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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
FIVE i I. Mil. I DAYS QF VMM, -1 t 1 1 la ; ; fJIWIfflf UI-UULLIM Today I at 2:30 and 7:30 and Tomorrow ! at 2:10 and 7:30. Starts at 7:30 THURSDAY EVENING 8 n Packages are worth from $1 to $60, some of the more valuable articles be ing men's and women's i Solid Gold Watches, Fine Clocks, Cut Glass, Gold f and Silver Jewelry, etc. $100 DIAMOND X The $100 Diamond will be given away at the sale t Thursday evening. V Eiickox Stock 205 W. Central. I RING FREE 1 III lit H M IU1IHII I I Original MISS BRADLEY CONFESSES Hopes That Her Statement, Made Public, Will Save a Great Many Wrongly Suffering Women. Mines, Ala. "I must confess," says Miss Ruin Mite llrnilley, tif Mines, Ala., "that (.'archil, the, wom an's tonic, has done m.- a Krcat deal of Rood. before I commenced using Cardul, I would spit up everything ! ate. 1 had a tired, sleepy feeling ait the time and was irregular. I. could hardly drag around, and would have severe headaches contin uously. Kmee taking Cardul, I have en tirely quit spitting up what I eat. Everything seems to digest all right, and I have gained 10 pounds In weight. I still have headaches occasionally, but nothing like as bad as before. I Intend to continue using Cardul until I am entirely well. You may publish this statement an other ladles may prollt thereby." If you are a victim of any of the numerous Ilia so common to your sex, it Is wrong to suffer. For half a century, Cardul has been relieving just such ills, as is proven by the thousands of letters, similar to the above, which pour into our office, year by year. Cardul is successful, because It Is composed of Ingredients which net spicillcally on the womanly constitu tion. Its popularity Is due to Its merit. Give it a trial for vour trouble. N. B. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Dept., Chattanooga Medicine Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., for Special In structions, and 64-page book, "Home Treatment for Women,'1 sent In plain wrapper on request. STAY IN CITY Albuquerque Business Men As sist in Entertaining Promi nent Insurance Officials of New York. President. W. A. Iay, of the Kqultable Life Assurance society, and his assistant, . iHenry L. Rooenfeld, who arrived in Albuquerque fester day morning from New York, re maining here until late last night, put in a busy day from the time of their arrival until the hour of their departure. The day's program, which was en tirely Informal, Included a luncheon at the Alvarado, at which many prominent business men were present to meet Judge Day and Mr. Kosen feld, followed by an extended auto mobile tour of the city and nearby country In the afternoon and a re ception at the Commercial club from 5 to S o'clock In the evening. The cars for the auto drive were furnished by W. H. Hahn and Presi dent Simon Stern of the Commercial club. The visitors were greatly in terested in Albuquerque's metropoli tan and prosperous appearance and especially In the pumping projects being Installed In the Rio Grande val ley on farms adjacent to the city. They complimented the city on Its up-to-date business houses, hand some homes and, above all, Its un rivaled climate. Chief among those assisting in the entertainment of the two Insurance officials was W. a Patterson, state agent In New Mexico for the Equit able. Assurance society. Judge John U. McFie, of Fanta Fe, accompanied Judge Day and Mr. Kosenfeld here. Joining them at Lamy. Judge McFie and Mr. Day were fellow colleagues In the Illinois legislature years ago. anii are friends of long standing. Or Anything. Alice So Miss Fortliight has comn a suffragette. Whatever be-In- duced her to espouse the cnufe. Kate She probably thour.ht that at her age a woman ought to espouse something. London Opinion. How can wo purify our politic when we have so many liars? JUDGE DAY AND MR ROSErJFELD 0 ELDERLY FOLKS! CALOMEL, SALTS AND CATHARTICS ADEN Harmless, Gentle "Syrup of Figs" is Best to Cleanse Your Stomach, Liver and 30 Feet of Bowels of Sour Bile, De caying Food, Gases and Clogged-Up Waste, You old iwopl. Sy"P nt F,5" '. particularly for you. You who don t exercise aa much aa r"u need to; who like the chair. You whose steps are slow and whose muscles re ls -lasilc. You trust reali" that your liver and ten yards of bowels have also become lesa active. Don't regard Syrup of Fl physic It stimulates the liver and bowels lust aa esercis would do if you took enouah of tt. It Is not nanjn like aalta or oatnanica. -. which Syrup of Fi tfvesto Jrp Id liver, and weak, sluk-arish bowels W harmless, natural and gentle. When eye grow dim. " -JP them. Do the same with your ''""J1 bowel when age makes thn lea ac tive There I nothing more Important Costive. c!"rxl-up w"1 T1'"" 1V! decaying, tormenting food la there and the pore or ducts In these JESUS OLIVAS BROUGHT TO THIS CITY YESTERDAY Man Supposed to Have Killed Doniciano Archebequi in '1907, Captured as Result of Gun Fight at Carthage, Jesus Olivns, wounded In a gun fight at Carthage Saturday night, as a result of his affray with Toman Carrenzas at the mining town, is a prisoner in this city. The local sher iff's office, as soon a reports of the fight at Carthage reached this city, sent a deputy to Carthage to find out if this man was the same as the man Indicted for the murder In -1907 of Doniejtuno Archebequi In thig city. A telegram yesterday from Joe Lewis, the deputy sent to Carthage, stated that It was probable that this man was the one wanted here, but that shots from Carrenzus' nun had bo disfigured his lace that positive iden tification was difficult until hl wounds had healed. However, Sheriff James pf So corro county, believed the identifica tion complete enough to turn his man over to the local authorities be cause of their prior claim on him. Lewis and OliviiB arrived last night on Santa Fe train So. 816. Olivas wa Immediately taken to St. Joseph's hospital for treatment by County Physician W, W. Spargo. He was kept there last nit;ht, but may possibly be committed to the county Jail today. Olivas is charged with having killed Archebequi in a quarrei over a trivial matter on October 7, 1907, the first day of the fair that year. He escaped at that timo, and had never been heard of since, until tho affray at Ou'tliuKe. Both Olivan and Car renzas were regarded as honest ami t lUUUMHUUa WllIlYllieil UJf lilt? lllllllllft company s onicer?, ana tneir ugni over a graphophone, in which Car renzas was fatally, and Olivas seri ously wounded, was a surprise to their friends. YOUNG BLOOD IN OLD BODIES It may seem absurd to talk of young blood in old bodies, yet this is precisely what keeps old people hale and hearty, and what those old folk need who are feeble and frail. In health the blood is constantly being renewed, but when age comes on the renewal goes on very much more slowly, becauso with the weak ness that so often goes with advanced years less food is used. Just here la where Vinol, our delicious cod liver and Iron tonlo becomes so valuable for increasing the blood supply and reviving the strength of the aged. It Introduces iron into the blood, mak ing It rich and pure, and gives added strength to the whole, body, whetting appetite and aiding digestion. Vinol is a great thing for old reople. Mr. Jno. N. Kelley, Litchfield, Ills., aged 72, says Vinol made him feel ten or fifteen years younger. We guarantee It and give back the money If Vinol does not please you. J. H. ORielly & Co., druggists, Al buquerque, N. M. Hi'immliir when you go on that flHlilmr trip. Harry T. Johnson, 402 West Central, has a full line of tackle. EVERYBODY INVITED TO ATTEND THE YOUNG LECTURE tsieknetl Young, C. H. P... of Lon- don. Eng., member of the board of lectureship of the Mother church, the First Church of Christ, Scientist, In Boston, Mass., will deliver a lecture on Christian Science at tho Elks' the ater tomorrow (Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. Mr. Young is on a lecture tour in the United States, and has Just con cluded a series of lectures In south ern California, addressing last audi ences at I ."s Angeles, Oakland and Riverside. Mr. Young was before the public a great many years previous to taking up his present werk, which enables him to still meet the public in a quiet, business-like manner, and the local Christian Science society Is to be congratulated on securing such a lecturer, with the known ability of Mr. Young, to present to the public the cause of Christian Science. This lecture, like all others. Is ab solutely free und a cordial Invitation Is extended hy th Christian Sclentlxts of this city to all to come out and har Mr. Young, and from his re marks the hearers can druw thn'rown conclusions as to what Christian Sci ence Is. 7 thirty feet of bowels suck this decay Ing waste and poisons Into thn blood. You will never get feeling right until this la corrected but do It gently. Ion't have a bowel wash-day; don't use a bowl Irritant. For your sake, please Mr- only gentle, effective Sjr- ntn nf tTimm Th.n full are not drug FOD YOU ging yourself, for Syrup of figs is, vote could re secured, nvine- a m r.mowd f only luscious figs, senna j J.jrity of the council, the licht en- and ammsties hlch cannot Injure. A teaspo.nfiil tonirht will gently, but thoroughly, move on and out of your "vstem by mornin all the ourjft?,r Myor Sellers had rv!ew1 the bile, unisonous, fermenting (nod nd cloaged-up waste matter without grlbe. nausea or weakness. Hut get the genuine. Ask ymr rirusgist for the f',11 name. 'Sirup of Kirs and Elllr of Senna." Ft'fiise, with contempt, any other Fig Syrup tnlee tt h"rs the name prepared by J carried. Dr. Tteldy ard the others the California Fig rj rup Company, I formerly voting for the project, fa Kead the label. I raring It, while Mows. Skinner and IS LIGHTING SYSTEM IS APPROVED BY IT Opposition' to Project Dwindles and Vote of Five to Two Fin ally Carries Through Move for Greater Albuquerque. COUNCILMAN GRUNSFELD AND SKINNER OPPOSE IT City Fathers Discuss Other Special Matters, But on Ad vice of City Attorney Do Not Take Up Paving Matter, The session of the city council last night was a successful one from the standpoint of the advocates of tho new standard cluster system of light ing Central avenue, but not from that of the paving enthusiasts, for, on ud vlco of City Attorney Felix H. lister, the latter proposition was postponed, out of courtesy to the district court, which Will have a hearing on the order, procured by M. P. Slurnm, next Saturday morning. Hie council granted the right to give concessions for street booths to the executive committee of the Firemen's union meeting, which opens Monday, und took the matter of an amendment to the city ordinances governing a scav enger under consideration. The meeting was attended by all the founoilmen except Dr. Heidi and Mr. Thomas, tho former coming In lale. The first proposition up win. the lighting one, and after a resume of the last session on that question had been given by the clerk, the light committee reported, through Ha chairman, George C. St hear. Mr. Scheer's report was that he desired further discussion before finally ap proving or disapproving the mutter. He stated he had been given an item ized statement of the cost of laying the conduits and wires, which he pre sented, .w. Ferris, commercial agent for the electric light people, stated that tfle city had borne a ppr tlon of tho cost In every one of a number of cities which ho named, and In some cases had borne all the cost of the Installation and lighting. .He reported that' 1,400 feet of property abutting Central avenue had been signed up by. the merchants occupy ing It, and sifid ho believed the com pany would Succeed In signing up the 2,200 feet th company desired. He made quite a little talk, und his argu ments were supplemented by Simon Stern, president of the Commercial Qlub, who was present. Mr. Scheer recommended thut the city accept the contract. The mat ter was put to a vote, and all but two of those present voted for it. The two negative votes were cast by Alder man Skinner1 and 1 Alderman (irutiH feld. Mr. Skinner then raised the question that it took a majority of the council to appropriate moneys. The city attorney verified this. Mr. Clark stated that he believed at least one of the dissenting votes might be changed were the contract modified In certain particulars. Mr. Stern addressed the council, saying that the lighting system would be a benefit to the city, and would be a grent advertisement for It. Mr. Ferris stated thnt no labor charge was Included In the bill of costs presented for the conduit and wire work, and said that the company would caro for the labor portion of the cost with Its regular stair, work ing them whenever It was necessary, an hour or moro a day as needed. Colonel Sellers, the mayor, then stated that he believed some arrange ment should be made regarding the burning of the arc lights on Central avenue during the hours the incan descent standards would not bo light ed. Then It developed that the area, should burn just the same, whether the merchants spent the money for additional lighting pr not, and alio that the Central avenue lights af fected were only on the moonlight schedule anyhow. Mr. Crunsfeld moved that action be postponed until Mr. Scheer and Mr. Ferris should draw up another con tract. This elicited com Ideral'lo die approval, and Mr. Ferris stated that he would hae to remain here to get the foundry started on the lights any how, but thai he could not remain longer than another wn-k. Mr. Grunsfeld called on M. L. Stern for a statement, that gentleman having hwn many years In the elec trical business. Mr. Stern made a very strong argument for the new system, salnK that he bad never In all his twenty-two years' experience heard of a single merchant refusing to pay his sul.scrlptlon for the lights. He declared that If the new lights wer ordered on Copper avenue, where his story Is located, be would gladly pay his share. He urged that Immediate action be taken. Mr. Ferris and the city engineer then put their heads together, with Mr. Scheer, end the upshot of their conference was that any material on hand from the sewer construction ma terial taken over from Glass at Fischer, Including several thousand feet of wire, should be used for the conduits. If It were suitable. Mr. Ferris further asrreed that any saving on the IK'O asked, effected In this way or any other, should go to the city. It beln seen tnat the matter would mirely pn If one more affirmative thuslMut sent out a hurry. call for Pr Reldy. He was not found, but later arrived at the council chsnincr end situation briefly. Mr. Clarke rnd s motion that the contract and proposi tion to place the conduit for the llchts. th rost to b as much lers than IS't a possible, and not more un-ler snv circumstances, which was COUNCIL LAI: NIGHT ' Orunsfcld voted In the negative. i Tho council received n complaint from several citizens of thy west ,nd regarding a swamp north el iinrul avenue and west of Tenth sii-oci, caused by the untitled witter In ;iti ir rigation ditch being dumped on some land thero. Dr. Wylder spoke against this practice in the strongest terittH. saying the place was a disoase breeder and a tln place fer ralstr-g mosiittltoes, thai li tin il an offensive odor and that he believed the city council tihould at least invest'vnto It. M. I- Stern speke very enrt). '-' on the subject, declaring that Um ot'or frfin It v,'-! wrv otT'-vW". In deed, and he wns fo'lowed by w. 11 Hahn, who corroborated the rtnte ments of those who had already spoken. The mayor appointed a ypeclnl committee, consisting of Counellmen Clarke and Crunsfeld. to Investigate the matter and report to the coun"!l Monday. A verbal petition from C, Y). Hinds, that he again be allowed pay for his services as merehantfc' policeman, was presented by the mayor. The mayor stated that Hinds had complained another watchman was takliiK' bis subscribers away from hltn and that ho thought he was entitled to the same recompense as u regular offi cer. No action was taken, the council not caring to pay Mr. Hinds. Chairman ltelily, of the street com mittee, asked whether or not It would b well to delay paving until tho In junction suit brought against the city to stop it was settled In court. The city attorney advised that while the court had not itctunlly ordered pav ing stopped. It would be. u matter of courtesy to the, court to take no action while the matter was pending. Dr. Heldy moved that an extension of time in which to commence worn under the contract be given the ritullthic people, until tho court de cided the suit. This was seconded and carried. The matter of the occupation license fees was brought up, und it appeared from statements made by the mayor ad others that tho city was missing a largo amount of the revenue rightfully belonging to it from not having this matter entirely under its own supervision. Instead oi in the hands of county officers. The city attorney was instructed to In vestigate tho matter. Jay A. iiubbs then addressed the council, asking thai nm council n.aivi. puna Km aiLituUo legaruiuit the mut ter of a city Hcuvenger, ua tie utiout to dispose of Uio busmufta u, unoiher man, who desired to give u his entire attention, but would nut. take It over If the cr.y did nut do cer tain things. An outline of what wua asked was presented, it called for a limited amount of garbage to bo carted away from any olio place, pre scribed a tee of not moro than 25 cents for such u service, where no contract was In force be.twoen the householder and the scavenger, pre scribed euns for liquid refuse, and provided that a burner bu installed tor disposal of the garouge. 'i'He out lino also set a scale of fees fur dis posing of dead animals, rut use, oilul, etc. The enure inutur was leltiitJ to tho board of heultu, Willi iiiml'i.c tlona to report ut the next ineemig. Tito request of tne executive com mittee, tor tho F iremen s union nici i lug for the rl?ht to grunt cViicst ion to dealers in novelties, pop-coin, etc., with the right to erect buuihs on thv Htreein, WU!, pl-uaeiucd by Ml. ilubbt., in the ubseiicu of A. C. Culver. The council granted this right, for the week beginning may 20th, with the understanding thul booths be limited In size, be constructed only where the owners of stores did hot object and that concessions b0 under tin; bupcltibion of tile police di bail ment. Mr. Scheer stated that lie had i.i Vesligated the ttquest of Schwuru mann & With to build u corrugated Iron building abutting the property of Kmll Mann, on Copper avenue, and found that the structure would not ruiuu Munn'a insurance. The council thereupon gave permlsulon for the building to be built. The meeting then adjourned. . . Secretary of Agriculture Wilson says North Dakota can raise enough sucar to supply the world. It will take It all to sweeten that state toward a reciprocity candidate for president. There Is no news In the statement that the Methodists are talking out in meeting at Minneapolis. Tha r.imt nf orlnt paper does not affect the slso of the Congressional rtocord. GAS IN STOMACH AND BOWELS rWueM H nrU nf innnyins lymrtnmi. ahirh my nf tl. hocxim lUrnlliw. K"li wrv ouanxw nd but t pruwiiw. diHirull and eppmwMi lirrattiinc, wliin. mi m if pilient riinot uk a dwtp bratli. I.un.p in tin throat nd chut, with pmiiiro. pin sntj insmui fnlins tra ind tin hcK't ira. l.nipty. li uu( Mid kiiki f l ia l t th pit of your atumafli, relieved It enttns. ctn 'I luinitiy al Ittod ik" ytn lw i! Wvy tml Imi lia ukfli Kift.iw rum). ling in abdomen and rtnmsru illi tnVhinf r)lly loeiinx fu atinn. Nartins dunm wh s atrt nl a Imr and ai.pilotn. ,,.-. hand or limits frri numb and tn to ttrp. mit'-ull on nth aida. 1'nin in back and top ct ld anl roniti'tioii. a That's all from s lmrvnui stoma niM " ill jrnianmtl duo aay u tiy BAALA.v- 0 tlAS-TAHLKTA ,,, . . . . . Thnar pw iliar U'.Wa ar mid for 60r T Mtr dlWltrf, or ro.l dim tn J. llaalmaSB Co, Kit butler bunt, Una iraacuoo. Cmi. Mai the Trm Causes Today FSE TRIAL TREATMENT Wrke your name and addreaa Is tlie blank Him Mow and auil to J. Haalmana Co.. I! HuKer SI.. Hen I renravn. Cat. A tree trial trmtmrat of Baal ma nn'a i i frUeti vill be atst yvu by auii. postr-id. Da it today. 24 Vamt Add-sa.. Albuquerque Foundry rogation Crocker-Wheeler thru i.;nnK. itjnir .t-rf"i.m .uaraaienl rtraaa tlnr. Irn und Stc-I for Gtt Our Prices. Works arid Offices, Albuquerque, New Mexico BAKING lSWDER Absolutely Pure The only Baking Powder made from Roya! Grape Cream of Tartar NO ALU Mt NO LIME PHOSPHATE PROPOSED OB OF GRiT COUNT, FALLSTHRQUGH Meeting Held at Silver City, at Which Lordsburg Citizens Were Present, Fails to Reach Agreement, IHperlnl f'nrrratMinttence to ,,iurninf Journnll Wilver City, X. M., Mnv H. At a meeting held here to dlw'tii" the (ties. tlon of dividing (Irani county, which hii.s liecti iiKituted liy )uoile ill the southern part of the county fur sev eral years, a di'legntion was present from I.ordhlmrg, which has a very large und rultunt hee In Its honnet to ho the county sent of the new coun ty, sh nlil H he created. Among the delegation were Kilttur lion 11. Ked alc. County Commissioner H. I. (iwn by. F. It. Coon, M. Mornlnirstat and others, .silver City w.is represented by Jaclt Agi'e, V, S, ('ex. County Commissioner Van T. Manvlll, Attor ney Mat Fowler and othc.x. Hon. n. K. names, of Hllver City, represented the I,or(':.burg people and addressed the meeting favoring a di vision of tho county, presenting sta tistics showing why the new county should be created. The Silver City representatives very seriously objected lo the boundary A Permanent Cure For Chronic Although those may dispute It who have not tried II, yet thousands of of others, who speak from pernoun I experience, usHcrt that there is a per manent cure fur thronle constipation. Noma testify they were cured fur ns llttlo aa 11 ft y cents, years ago, und thut the trouble never came back on thi ni, while others admit th - y took several bottles before it steady cure whs brought about; The remedy referred to In Pr. Caldwell's Syrup l'cpnlii. It has been on the market for over u (iuurter of a century and has been popularized on its merits, by one peion tHllnn another. The fact that its stronEf.it supporters arc wonvn and elderly people the ones timet peratHtent ly constipated makes It certain that the claims rewarding It ns a perma nent cute for citnitip.i tlon lime mil boon e-VHifgcTaled. It is not violent like nil hurtle pills, SCREEN Albuquerque 423 North Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Southwestern Brewery & IceCo. Phones and Machine Works Engineers, Founders. Machinists Electric Operated Pumping Plants; Vertical Motors, direct connected to pump shafts; the ideal installa tion; no belts or gearing to cause trouble; the motor above ground and under observation at all times. Urn; that would separate the nvv county friini (Irani. Alter discussing the ijiica.li n for mhiio time no agree tiit'tit Could lie reached and a motion to rcfi.T the ttholo mutter to a com niltue of silver City and Lordsburg men was tallied und the meeting ad journed without Bottling the trouble, and the indications are there will be no division this year as It la under ntood here that the legislature will coniriiler and pttfs no bill creating a new county where there is a strong sentiment opposed to the establish ment of a new county. Earl Cleveland, of the Mogollons, attended the meeting, In the interest of his section, which he said was de cidedly In favor of cutting loose from Klcrra county and attaching Itself to Crant, us till of Its business and all Its Interests was unqualifiedly with Silver City and llr.mt county. There (ire several prominent cattle buyers here and if terms can be agreed upon, they may buy a big ranch of steers to ship out to be pastured and fed for the market next winter. Never in the history of the cattle business In Grant county, nas tho calf crop been as large as It la this spring, and cattlemen are feeling good. The outlook for farmers, too, Is much better . than It has baen for many years. Now la the time tn get rid of your rheumatism. You will find Chamber. Iain's Mniment wonderfully effective. One application will convince you of Its merits. Try It For sale by all druggists. The price of terrapin la said to be going down, If that helps any. Results from Journal Want Ads Constipation salts or waters, hut operates gently, without griping and without shock to the system, it contains tonic proper ties that strengthen the stomach and bowel muscles so that In time medi cine of all kinds can be dispensed with a nil nature is attain solely relied on. Among the legions who testify to these facts are Kiln lint lor, Flatunla, Texas, ami W. (1, Kamu)ir, 4401) rrnatlwiiy, C.alvcutnn. Tex., and they always have a bottle cif It in the hou( , for it is n. reliable laxative for nil the family from infancy to old a n c. Anyone wlshlntr to inako a trial of this remedy before buying It in tha rt-Kular way of u ilrugglat at fifty cents or on i dollar a large bottlo (family size) can have Si sample bottle Sent to the borne free of oharere by simply addressing Ir. W. It. Caldwell, 405 WiiMiilnKtou St., Montlocllo, J II. Tour i t and address on a postal card will do. a.4 4. DOORS Lumber Co 1 Firt Street IIMMHMtlta 3 t ".lack and Jill stood at tho alii. ln lug their bill with plcauiurr, I 'or they lind found In tilorlcta Wlint proved to bo a pleas ure." 57-58 Building. Hl I nrlnf. MerMnfry.