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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912.
SIX 'jtmoaraKDSMT wswirtpa. MfMat ! at New ataxies) ' PublKaeA fey th 0UR3JU. PUBLISHING CO. P. A. MACTHKBBOH.. W. T. McCHKIUHf,,.. DON W. LUK ..... "resident ...... alanagar ...City Ed 'lor WHIM btmatttliii f. J. INbauOtl, M Farti Saw, Kew Teefc. Ktai.raA aa aaooad-elaaa matter at the aoaloMee t Alhaouarqua, M. M., aaaer eat a! Oaaraaa of ataroe . H. THI MORNINO JOURNAL II TH lai"no "KbpiWcan paper or nkw MEXICO, BUPPOHTINO TUB PRINCI AUTTfia TIM IB. AND THB MRTHODi ,HT ARB IlIUHT Larger olrciilaUea thaa any other jw New ajaciaa. i ne amy paiwr i r- - - IB ma HuiM laau.d every aar la TEW Mi OP RURHCRIPTlOl. rwllt r curler, an montli. . . .... Wllf, f men, onn roupia Th llorntef Journal bu A higher sir avlatlaa rating (haa la eeeordad la An, atbar Dapar In N.w M.ilea." The Aaaer! aaa Nawapapar Directory. NEW MEXICO vaa;w DAILY BTANDIVQ OF CANDIDATES lUil'tUIJCA.V. STATES Alaska ......... Colorado , Mt. Columbia... Florida .......i Ueotgla Illinois ) milium Iowa .... ...... Kentucky Louisiana . . . Michigan Mississippi Missouri New Mexico .... New . York Oklahoma Philippine. Rhode Island . . . South Carolina.. Tennessee Vermont Virginia Pennsylvania ... Connecticut .... Kansas Now Hampshire Main Oregon Nebraska . . .... North Dakota . . Wisconsin ...... Nevada . . ...... Massachtiaetta . . Maryland ..... e o A 10 26 JO S i ... 55 St 10 Tntnla ...4 45 Total delegates to convention, 1,078 Necessary to choice, 640. . DEMOCRATIC. STATES M 8 5 2 e a) at B a n Missouri . . o Oklahoma . 10 10 Kansas ... 20 Alaska ... ( Philippine! 1'orto Rico. I Illinois .... I Wisconsin . 7 1 Arkansas ..II Nebraska.. 14 . . ... ... 1'enn 1 74 Orfnn ... 2 ( Indiana ,. ... 30 ... Alabama 24 N. lakota Colorado ..12 Muss 31 Florida 12 Georgia 21 Maryland . . 14 Washington 14 ... ... ... Totnla . . Sf3 111 SO 4 10 10 STAMPEDE TO BIWAX. Aa the lnn" of June approach ths shadow of Bryan looma larger aa the moat probahie dark horae at the Baltl mora convention. There la talk of him In Wanhlnirton city nrt In WaahlnK ton atnte. In South Dakota hla name li filed aa the aecond choice of both the Wllaon and the Clark forcea for the elate primary. In Mlnneaota there la tn Ik of the Wllaon people going- to the Nebraakan bodily, aa the chi-ncaa for the New Jerat-y governor appear to grow lt. ' Chitmp Clark U going Into the con vention with a majority of the dole galea but not with the required two- thirda. Indication are that the Wll on men. t.r nulto a Dcrcenuipu oi them, will makxi an effort to defeat Clark by creatine: a . atnmpedo for Ilryan. That la the political aope now being handed out by the corrcepon doiita from Waahlngton city, nnd there la ho doubt they have good re- on for their prediction. While Ilryan, like Colonel Rooaevrlt In the republican party, haa many Im placable enemies, he haa more warm frlonda than Any other man In a unto- cratlc party men who have voted for him three tlmna for the preaidency and who want to vote for him nKnln this year bocauae tht-y belitwe the apllt tn tho republican purty would make it almost a cure thing for any ilcnio crnt to win. That ntlment of loyalty to lltynn muat be reckoned with. The democrats have belluved throe tlmea before, under clrcumalaiicea much Icaa favorable to a democrat, that Prynn could be eluded. Thure Is no law prohibiting thorn from believ ing It annln. The radicals who have looked upon Wilson aa their Rlli.hu upon whose ahouldora the mantlo nf Ilryan had fallon, now ree the impos sibility of nominating the New Jersey governor. The fact that he has car ried tho Texas state at large delegates, and most of thoso In the congressional llstrlcts over Harmon, affords them little encouragement.. It was not Wil son's strength but Harmon's weak ness that won. ' The snme Is true of Houth Carolina where Wilson will be Indorsed. H ho ul (I the democrats win, thoy must have the doubtful status, and In each such state except Oreoii, Clitrk ims simply walked away from Wilson, Such was true of Illinois, of Nebraska, of Massachusetts, of Maryland, of Washington state, nil of which are In Ihe doubtful lint and most of them must be carried If a democrat can hope to be elected. In Tennessee, v l.ere the republicans elected tho gov ernor only a little more than a year ago by more than 12,000 plurality, and where there has been a strong protection sentiment growing for sev eral years, and where, umlur the new election lawa the republicans have control of the election machinery In very county, a large percentage of the counties held primaries last Flat urdny and on Monday, and all except one declared for Ciurk. Tenne..e Is today as doubtful aa Indiana or Ne braska. In all of these cloan states, except Oregim, Clark has Won in a walk. Let it be said here that Ihnso results have not bean so much the strength of Clark as of a distrust of Wilson. He Is out of It. As Wilson wanes, Hrvnn waxes more and more. Tho Wilson men ure turn lug to him. He is the one hope they have of defeating Clark, of nominat ing someone who Is a fire-tried, klln drled radical. Homeone who has all the Isms and can manufacture others more rapidly than the public cun di gest them. Colonel llryun haa just one or two weak spots. He Is weaker than ever before In his own state where he has lought the regular democratic nomi nee fr governor whom he defeated wlih a republican. With the strong support of the Omaha democracy. I'ryan has never been able to curry his stain except by a meager major ity, lie lost it In 1900. He would be sure to lose It to lloosevelt and probahly would lose It to Tuft. He Is now in Ohio fighting Harmon vlelously, Harmon la popular In the lluekeye state. He haa lived there for a long time. Ho haa carried the state In two hotly contested elections, tak ing it away from the republicans the have the habit of voting asalpt h Nd'iaskan, and the habit is probnmV quite aa fixed with them as it is with those who have the habit of voting for him. , ftiyan Is strong In his Individual following, but he Is weaker than hIK party. THEY MlT GET OUT. The Banta Fe New Mexican has tho following to say about the republican tate organization: "The republicans must stop their bickering, their criminations and re criminations, their faultfinding and denouncing each other, they must act together. If they do not, the party TRAGIC DEATH OF FE BILLY MARTIfJ A SANTA rrvmrtnmvt FV.m T"w Owe assistant superintendent of the peni tentiary, under the superintendent of H, O. 1'Ursum, rind renin inert In that capacity until January 21, 1904. Judge Pope avpolntcd him A clerk or will lose the vantage ground it still the Fifth Judicial district in that year, nnaaaaar.. an,! If tint, ror.uMlean self. ..and OH a change In districts taking place he was appointed to the Third district by Judge. Parker, vie served twice as interpreter for tho legislative council and three times us chlof clerk. He was a republican in poli tics, and a member of the order of Elks, being attached to the Santa Fe lodne. He was also one of the In corporators of the Socorro Light, Heat A Power Co. He was married in June, 1891, to a daughter of Jerome Newcomb, of Huntington, Ind. His widow sur vives, as does a brother. John Mar tin, of Socorro, a cattle Inspector. NEWS OF THE THAfiEDY I'llOSTKATI -S MHS. MARTIN Bocorro, N, M., May 9. Mrs. Will iam E. Martin, wife cf "Billy" Mar tin wh,ia trnirl,. lnth nei'iirre.l tn. ! night at Santa Fe, wus notified by long distance telephone that Mr. Mar tin had "fallen from the window of his hotel and had been badly in jured." Later, friends were advised of Mr. Martin's death and the details of the tragedy, and the truth of the occurrence was then broken to Mrs. Martin. The shock of her husband's sudden death prostrated her. The death of Mr. Martin was re ceived with general regret in Bocorro, whore he had made his home for tnany years. ,He grew up here and among the mot responsible posi tiona ho held were in this city and county. When H. ". Hursum became superintendent of the state penltontl- j nry, Mr. Martin was mad assistant superintendent. Though he was his adopting gag rule to keep from being worst enemy, Mr. Martin had hun- told the truth about the crime they dre.ds of Irlendg throughout tne state, were about to commit that was theiHew"" a, man of exceptional ability. rownlng act of Infamy that make. . I '""john Martin, is a complete change In the orfeanltatlon brother-in-law, W. V. Newcomb, who of the republican party necessary be- . 1B now out of the city. fore It con hope to win again in New 1 Tho body will be brought hero for Mexico. I burlal- .j, j Preaching can do no goodr promises! j. r Dahimann, serving hla third of reform can not bo accepted. Men term as mayor, Omaha, Neb,, again llko Ift.lt and MIcia must get out of was aucaessfut in receiving the over Ihe organization and the men who are wholmlng support of the voters in the using' them as tools must get on the primary election. He also success bsck seats also and stay there for a 'u"y rd himself of a bad case of kid long time while the people forget. j V trouble by the nld of Foley Kid- . , i ney Pills, and writes: "I have taken Things have changed even In New Foy Kldney p,9 and they have Mexico. The old game of bribery and Blven a groat deal of relief, so I ballot box stuffing and making fraudu- cheerfully recomm'end them." What lent election returns, will no longer bo Foley Kldnoy Pills have done for tolerated. The republicans can win Mayor Dahimann they will do for any with a new alignment, but with tho other person bothered with backache, Ishly Imagines ha would fare better in the democratic ranks than he does in the republican, he is simply not post ed. 'It does not matter very much to the present republican leaders who vol unteers to give hla time and his money and his effort. . The New Mexican feels certain that there la not one of them who would gladly step aside In favor of nny sound republican who will volunteer to put up the funds, give his time and his talents toward maintaining an effective organization." Money is of little use in a campaign unless It is backed by decent princi ples. The republican organization has done the party more harm, during the past year, than all the money at the command of Don Solomon Luna and Charles Springer can repair. They cannot buy back the confi dence of the people. They conspired to outrage the rights of the regularly constituted organization of Hernallllo county; they got In bad when they lent themselves to a frnme-up to trup some native members of the legisla ture known to be friendly to the sena torial candidacy of Hon. W. H. An-1 drews, but it remained for them to throw out Senator Romero, of Socorro county, refusing any kind of hearing, -rt" 'r . . . . 11 ... .aaajlia. aaa iliiai alj. '.e it.. r.5i!aVwuSi3!S?tfc sun n i : Mllliiiiil V-frfr i , ., ir- The cook is never satisfied unless her baking turns out well. Cooks who have tried it secure better and more uniform results from the use of Cottolene than with butter, lard or any other shortening. Cakes, pies, cookies and doughnuts are best made with Cctio lene. It makes rich food without being greasy. Cottolene food, too, is always digestible, because it contains no hog fat. Try Cottolene not a "just as good" imitation on your next baking day. Costs less because you use less. Made only by THE N. K. FAIRBANK COMPANY "Nature's Gift from the Sunny South' s - m L i ! lAbMi'UMi ii . i a iirfliiaTtf Ti'wSirrS r TESTIMONY Hi DESTRUCTION OF TRUST BOOKS present one, defeat, sure and decisive, waits them. Mr. Charles O, ("liven, of Silver City, calls attention to the fact that the rheumatism, or any othor form of kid ney or bladder trouble. Just try them for quick and permanent results. J. H. O'RIelly Company. .j. Journal, In Its summary of tho poll- blWCT City rOlltlCal ueui summon, gives twenty-eight rlele- j gates from Kentucky to the political conventions. The reuson for It Is thnt the apportionment of congressional districts buseM on the census of 1810 gives an additional congressional dis trict to that state. While the clerk of the house, who is a Kentucklan, holds that the new apportionment should not be effective for thla election, the national committees of both parties havo held a different view. In New Mexico, the republicans gave eight delegations to ChlcaRo, because Solo mon Luna, the oldest member of the national committee, requested It. But the democrats refused a similar re quest by National Committeeman Jonea. If the electors were to be based on the present delegation In congress, New Mexico would be entitled to four votes in the electoral college and eight delegates. Rut she will have only three electoral votes. As to Oregon, Mr. Olven Is quite correct in his position ihut La Follette hod more votes In the sl it j ut largo than Taft, but Taft had more vote In two congressional dis tricts than either Roosevelt or La Fol lette. In other parts of the state, the president hud nearly no votes and In those districts, he lead. Such is a pub lished statement by tho attorney gen eral of Oregon. L'nlnstructed New York 10; Maine l first time by more thnn forty thou- 12. Delegates tn Convention, 1.0. Necessary to choice, two-thirds. 724. Nebraska Hsrmon 2. Connecticut Haldwln 4. NOTE It Is impossible In say how ninny votes Wood row Wllaon bus In Texas atd from the eight voles at larue. Crediting Mm with Ihe enllrt forty voles of the slate, and with the Vols of South Carolina, Ihe Wllaon vote would stand tn dale, 1. while ,f Cluik. with Wyoming 4 und Ten nessee 24, stands 2J. Stnte conven tloiia have not been held tn either Texas, South Carolina. Wyoming or Tenneaaee, only rounty con ent Ions, It la prolwhle that Harmon will have aome delegates from certain congrca clonal dislrlcte In Texas. and majority, and the lust ha won bv " "l ,,ryan no "r Iu"' more than one hundred lh..u,..l. N.. i . " ,el"nK l"'w """'" of people ... - nsv man couiu have made such record. Thoae friend will see to it that Ilryan does not carry Ohio, If he should be nominated. Also, Mr. Ilryan haa denounced Chuilcs Murphy, .f New York. What ever his faults may be. Murphy la the hose of Tammany, and a democrat lo stand a ghost of a show of carrying New York state must carry Kings and yueein count lc ,y noire than fifty thousand majority, probably by nearer double that figure. It la more than likely Ttryan would lose New York City. Then there la lha lino. In the medical bill now being pushed .Ua,.kr1 ,,, , . rmlllon..r la-fore the legislature. It Is provided Jml n (he lecture platform. The pro- that It shall be the duty of any Judge nil Itlonlsta will not stand by him In any considerable numbers. Thry never do. Hut the brewer would e the habit of vntlna- tnr him should remember that more millions have the habit of voting agalnat Mm. Wyoming has Joined the Taft col umn. Also it is lined up for the noun' dawg. A COOK BOOK FOR A COUPON Wiseacre Comments on Ddily Standing a Silver City. N. M May 8. Editor Morning aTpurnal. Sir. I have been greutly Interested in the dally standing of candidates as carried on yourto editorial page. notice, however, ,4hat you give Ken tucky twenty-eight delegates. . Ac cording to a table that I have before me, prepared by South Trimble, clerk of the limine of representatives, anil himself a Kentucklan, this statu haa only twenty-six delegates. 1 know thut there are only eleven congrca- slonal districts in Kentucky and with the two senators this makes the twenty-six delegates. Your table Is wrong ns to this, and Taft should have two deducted from hla total. You give Taft four from Oregon and Roosevelt nix. How do you make this out? If my memory serves me right, Senator La Follette ran next to Mr. Roosevelt, and he 1m entitled to the four. If anyone Is, but did not Roosevelt carry the state and why doesn't he get the ten? The table 1 have only gives New Mexico six delegates, lloth parties In this state wilt send eight delegates, and this Is as it Bhould be. The con vention la held in June and the elec tion in November while the reappor tionment does not go into effect until December, 1913. There is no reason why we should not have eight under the circumstances. Very truly yours, CHAS. U. GIVEN. Henry Ferris, Hadar, Neb.. Is the father of ten children and for the paat twenty yeara haa used Foley'a Honey and Tar Compound with the beat of results. He tella ua: "I think Foley'a Honey and Tar Compound is the best cough medicine In the world for I have used It for the past twenty years and can recommend It to anyone need ing a cough medicine." J. II. O'RIelly Company. Officers of American Steel and Wire Company Ordered Evi dence Burned in Jackson Pool Case, c STRIKING OF STEREOTYPERS CANCELLED to revoke the license of any peraon practicing mi-dicine who may violate the el hit's of the American Medlca! association, of course such law would r uncnnatltutional. The ethical code of the American Medical aaauctatton la ronMantly changing. Such a provision would change the law of New Mexico, not by act of the legislature, but by Act of thi American Medical s aaocla tion. hoped the fool killer may not stray Into Fanta Fe Juat now. right him to a finish. These are not meant to be con strued aa attacks on Rryan. The Journal Is simply pointing out what will happen tn him If he should he the nominee. Also, one other fact should be mn Idered. !lran has brcn a candidate For somebody's sake. It is I;""" ' nl folio-- i o.ie.i each time. A fourth j nomination would he regarded as a I Joke and Tin man ran stand to become the l.utt of ridicule. After the last hope t.f Harmon as. A ,,urnllat favorable to Hryan has poaalble nominee had vanished. thj,n, out th mnrv ,. ,(I New Tork World came out strongly J (1oii, f pt.nftt, h.v atu(red lh for him. jhal.lt of toting for Itryan and that I habit, are hard to break. Rut he Colonel Henry Watteraon is fiowjlall.d to Mate the obvious roroUr eying, "I told y en o." I that a muib larger mmUr vf p'p eaTh'"?'" no,,k ",lv'n way w,,h PIANO RECITAL BY ea, h .6-cent can of K. C. Raking hrwZ j'TX. "J"r n",,,y MISS NICHOLS' I'V Mrs. Janet Mckrns.1.. Hill, of the oaion COOklna School Maaa.lna This lunik la c.n.Llered to te the lintel Cook's Rock ever gotten out bv a pur food manufacturer. You wlil find many recipe, in thla book thut will plea you. Cut out the coupon appearing In The Journal today: purchase a can and send for A copy of the Cook's Hook, WOMAN'S CLUB TO MEET THIS AFTERNOON rear it is urgently requested that all members attend. Mr I'lttner. pmldent of the club, will t!k on her trip tn Itorwell a. a .l.le,i j., , fieratlon. ami r.fr.Tihments will h sarveil by Me dan.es Felix I'a.a. K. R. Kdgar and J ,Ve. The renilar bymneaa meeting of the Woman' club will be held this aftemonn at t o'clock. Aa Ihla la to Ha the last bualneas meeting; of the flans will he outlined for the final mewling of ihe rlah nr-M Fridav. It la in be a aoetal arialr. at which lb huabamla and friends of the mcra rs ta tf entertAused. CLASS THIS EVENING Tcnlght. at the home of their teacher, Mlsa Nichols, a piano recital will be given by the following young ladle, assisted by Mr. I.eroy Tott, violinist: Hnxel Klcke, Dorothy Cox, Florence Clarke, Rose Maharam, Kleanor .'lyde and iJorothy Brown, "Saitarelle" Ick Mia, Kleke. "Evening Song" Thallan Mlsa Clarke. "Scarf Dance" Chaminade Mlsa Cox. "Jugglery" Godard Miss Hyde. (a) "Rerceuee" Tott tb "Hondo Caprl'-ls" Yolt Mr. Tott. (a "Venetian Boat Song" Mendelssohn (b) "Uutterflv" Ijivalle Mlsa Maharam. "Marche OroteAque" IJnding Mis Frown. "Onod-Nvht" Nevin b) "Tarantelle" Dennel Mlsst Hyde. "Jalonaiae Rrllllante." D major. Wl.niawskl Mr. Totu fNpeeltil IMHpsteh tn Ihe Morning Journal. I New York, May 9. The question whether off4eerg of the American Steel & Wire Company ordered the destruc tion of the evidence used in the so called Jackson wire pool cases, before or after the filing of the pending dis solution, suit UKainst the United States Steel corporation, was answered to day. Frank Baaeke, vice president of the wire company, testified before Commissioner Brown that he had given, the order to.O Jorgo A,', Crngin, his assistant sales ' manager nt Wor cester, Mass., iust September or early In October. The suit was filed on Oc tober 2f. . Uaaekes testified that he had given orders after tho dissolution of the wire pools three years ago for the destruc tion of all papers connecting the com pany with the pool but the order had boen carried out only partly. It was due to thla fact that the papers now In ouestlon first came Into the hands of the government. This testimony came as something of a surprise as the steel company at. torneys had fought to prevent Kuackes' giving testimony regarding his visits to Worcester where the papers had been shipped. While Cragin was on the stand to day Judge Dickinson for the govern ment tried unsuccessfully to get the witness to say that James H. Farrell, now president of the Cnited States Steel corporation, was aware of the wire pools. Cragin stoutly denied that he had ever had anv correspondence or any other conversation with Far rell on the subject. BIG AUCTION SALE. Monday, May SOth, at 3 p. m., I will sell at public auction at 1020 South Broadway street a 4 -room and bnth residence, modern, with store on corner lot adjoining. The two lots, 75 by 142, with good outhouses, e.lso all house furnishings, including a fine piano. The store housp Is now rented for f.30 per month, under lease contrnct, nnd residence rents enslly for $20 per month. Owners are leav ing thB city, and must sell. For further Information address J. M. Solle, at corner of Second and Silver, Albuquerque, N. M. Phone No. 422. , J. M. SOLLK, Auctioneer. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE ' LECTURE ON NEXT THURSDAY NIGHT Rlckneli Young, member of the Christian Science lecture board of London. England, and Roston, Mass., will' appear at the Elks' theater on Thursday, May 16th, at p. m. Mr. Young is considered one of the very best lecturers and exponents of the Christian Science faith today in thn country and. as a general Invita tion is extended to the public to hear him. hv should he greeted with a crowded house next Thursday even ing. AdmiSKion free. President of International Un ion Takes Drastic Action, Following Unauthorized Walk Out, FRECKLES New rrm2 That Qwleklr RraMrea lluanriy putt. Tn. eat Thera-a an l..nr-r lha allrMrM nerd of feeling Kimril ,.f your frecklea. aa a n drua. olhirve d .ul.le iirrniih ha. heea !! e..erel mat p.itlvely rm.vre Iheac home ly M,ta. Simpljr a-e no eanee of othlnAr.uhl Mrengih fn.m any firat rlaa. drucamt la the my of Albuiiueniu and apply a Inn. of i at nlaht. and tn the nv.rnm you trill aee that evea the Aorat fre.kla have becjn t 4iappear. hiH tha lighter onea hava van lahed entirely It la aeldont that mora thaa an ounee la aeeded lo eompletely clear the akin and gala a laullful elear eimpleil..n l auea t.. a.k f..r the d..uhl atrenath ."n,. aa in;a , p..,a fcooer stlarantea tf 'arauty bavA It U (a. la la (aaauve (ravfclaa. (By Morning Journal Hpeelnl I.enxrd tVlre.l Chicago, May 9. President James J. Freel, of the International Stereo, typers and Rlectrotpyers Union today took drastic action against members of Stereotypers Local Union No. 4, who quit work in sympathy with the pro-smen. Frecl and his associates, members of the executive council of the inter national union formally cancelled the charter of the local union because the men refused to return to work as ordered by Freel. Several days ago, in anticipation of thla discipline, officers of the local union made preparations to Issue trav eling cards to their members, giving the men standing in any office in thb country. President Freel's order can celling the charter of the local union also cancelled all traveling 'cards is sued to any of its members. The effect of this action by Mr. Freel is to leave every stereotyper In Chicago outside the union ranks. It is understood to be the intention of Mr. Freel to try to organise another local union In the place of the one just wiped out by him. Although there was some disorder today the newspaper situation appa rent'y Improved. Several attacks by sympathizers of the pressmen were reported to the police during the day. E. S. Tascher, a mechanical engineer, was beaten by street car motormen and stt iking news boys because he attempted toread a copy of a morning paper on a North Side car. Several ar rests were made as the result of at tacks on non-union newsboys and car riers who were distributing papers. Tickets given with everything hot sugar. C. At A. Coflco Co., 208 South Second atrctH. NOTABLE EXCEPTIONS. "At tha present rate, everybody will le on strike by next June except ths lolltlcians." "You're wrong there?" "How?" "You forgot to mention the sweet girt graduate and tiie biitlta." THOUSANDS KILLED Germs of Catarrh Easily De stroyed and Vile Disease Ended Denver. May 9. Joe Rivers, the UghtwelKlif, who will moet Champion Ad Wolgnst on July 4, arrived here today with his manager, Joe Levy. They expect to stay in Denver about five days. Try a Journal Want Ad. Results Delays are dangerous. If you want to get rid of catarrh you must kill tho germs that cause catarrh. Stomach doMin;, cl'.tmer.t, rpra ur.4 Uccues hnve all failed. HYOMEI (pronounce it Hi(:h-o-me) is breathed d Ir ectly over ths infl a m e A sore, germ- Inf eilel V"f rr"?M m emhrana, fstsrV not only de stroying th micr o b e A but heallnK anj soothing the -sore catarrhal spots. Breathe HYOMEI for catarrh, coughs, colds, croup and catarrhal deafness and if you aro not satisfied with the benefit obtained your money will be refunded. Breathe HYOMEI; It Is made of purest Eucalyptus and other healinif antiseptics nnd is very pleasant tj breathe. Complete outfit Includlnu hard rubber pocket inhaler and bot tle of HYOMEI 11.00. After you once own n Inhaler you can buv a bottle pf HYOMEI at J. H. O'RIelly Co. and pnarmacisia everywhere for only 60 cents. GERMS Ring Books Have No Equal? ILOOStl JUST RECEIVED A NEW LINE OF THESE BOOKS, t : km fiiiiii mm ; ror tho rek Ypi ; ; ; MADE UP IN SIZES TO SUIT f'UrNSw I : EVERYBODY. I ;: " K :: Bound In Morroco, Russia - I and Canvass. feN -, r--yJ j' ' For the Vet rw-ket I I.THGDW 'MANUEAGTURIiNG