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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER, 23, 1912. ,
Art 5
f
I'!
4
Stewart Heaters
DINAMIT
lU'furc Iliitlnu Kii
1 III' IjlI'ltOM llplll) nf
Htium mid I E ii iijch ut
Raabe & Mauger
1I.V1IT N. I'lHVr.
EXPLOSION
CASES
for eri vli ik , mutiny neciirrcil lie.
tobor ITlh iiumnij flic rcM'ivlslM of the
second Jiu.v hi A I tun vi r mill ihe Oil'
Buck town i if Knvknskl In I In- KiiI.iiii
province.
Another difpnt. h ti. i he mime pa
per fimn 'oiiHI.intliiopIc declares thai
till' I ItllMIIIIII fcOVI'lllUlcnl In closely
WllllllinjJ till' Villi. mik ItlnVcH of till-
IliiKKiiui uiit i.rnnii nl In Asia Mima
Tll.l Tlll'KO hlK.lV. K..VK till' di'SpIltl'l),
tlint (hey cannot hrlnu nil of Heir
Uiki- army In Asia 1,, I; n i, , m ii n Tur
key without linn,. duiiw, r ,,f preeipi
IiiIIiik KiiphIiid .ikki''"-IiIi In Aula
Minor.
'J'UlkcV, llli' ., sp,(, , onUnues.
I fit llK M Hi.. Hi. dls;,,,,-t; , ,, ,,f (,.!
troops doe not il,....i, upon (lie ll.il
kirn iilf.ilr Nii nun h as upon ilu iittl
lude uf Itlisshi iii Aula. II Is said llml
iHTI'ill lioK (,. K,olcl of III,. ellcllt
lllulljt tin- extend, , ni, ,, mil',
ii.vrn.i: ts j-iwtiti :ss
T Ml STAI'M I'XSII ,
CollHtHIltllliiple, del. , despatch
from Adrlaiiopli. nil) ihuvv iirtllloij
flic win heurd In the ,i.m t.,n ,,r Min
tupha I'MHlia,
Turks unit M niitciicv rln h In prowi'd.
Crown I 1 1 1 1 1 JiiiiiIHo n peiKomilly
coinmniid)nK npi i n lions, Ito.ids have
Ix'i'li IiI.isi.-, In Hi,' . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 n hhI. to
u Mi v (hi' piifwin "f heavy artillery
Wlll'll ll.lK III! II III II II I) I I'll on lilt'
hclsdifs arotihil Turabnseh.
V dlspali ll fllilii Sofia In the Kxpl'es
sum n l.it liallli. litis been i-ukIiik
lllOUUll l il'll-K lllSHcIl lor two duvs. II
li li poii. il ilmt the Turkish ih fi-nsea
between Hint rlly ami Adi humph, liuvc
been lirnki'ii hy tho HuImui ians.
'I lir hxpi'ciw iinili iuliiiiili Dial icn-
. lal Sir John French haH hen ii'i ulli-il
in l.onilon from Denver, Colo., It If.
supposed In roiim i ilon Willi Iho ISul
kau war.
I Tin- I. arii-iii correspondent of I In
V. . I a... . rl !.l , 1 . . -1 ..
noli. i, S.IVH the I iii I t tlosltv of the Foremen of Construction Firms
Hick frontal attack prcv , nh'il the
rillllplrllon of II flilllklllK IMOM-linlll
In lilml 'I'm rilm na In nhu( olf (lie
,Tllll.ll'h K'trrat, olliirwlw- 3,011(1 TtirkM
' lilllil I.IUo Lorn III pi lll'cll. J''loin
.Win iim In n porloil the Hafo arrival ul
l'li'i'aln.i of tin- four ili'Mlroyi'i'H iur
i Iuib, il In KtiKlariil.
Tho liu vfl nioiit if K lima nov n, h,ik
a l!i.(.',raili. illhpali h in tin. Tlno m. al
I'vaily Iiiih laKiin. Tin iiniti'il Si-rvlan
ami ISuluurlau ton i n IiiiM' on iipii.il
KoIh. liana ami Kratovu.
UMBRELLA FIGURES ROOSEVELT AGAIN
ENJOYS QUIET OF
L
SAGAMORE L
Toll of Wrecking Woik Done
by Agents of Union Executive
Committee.
JUDGE ANDERSON MAKES
SWEEPING RULING
Resumes Routine of Home Life
lis Though Nothing Had Eve
Happened; Unattended by
Physicians,
si ui i s iiti i; n iiks
I MOM WUIIIMI -l)S 0
Vlanaya, Son In, int. 'J. -Tli,. Sir
laiiH i nli-i i il I'riMiinn al 4 I,., k t li i
allirnoon nf(.r liaril flulillnK.
SPRECKLES THROWS
LIGHT ON SUGAR
TRUSTiMODS
Fonnei Manager of Big Re
finery Tells How Interests
Were Absorbed by Haver
meyer's Woiking Argument,
ioti;m.(.his i.m. u.i. i
i n, in i- ii.vum; wnii n iiks.
iKimloii, ih-t. 2:1. All iinihi'niK oi
tllH Muiiti')iiiirlii Ml iny l oni i nl i n ti rt
ni(h of Hcutarl mi' tnkliiM part In tin
attack on Tmuliim. li. A li-rnbln liotn.
liariliiM nt, hiivh ii I'liilKi.rlun ill..ai. h
to (In- Kxih'chh, Ii.ih in ciirr.'il am) tin
Ul'i'iilct Inittli' yet f.iiiKlit lii twi'in tin,
Easy to End
CATARRH
Just llrmil,,' Hooili'i, llOM I kiii
llic (icrmn uuil Sooilic ilu- in
fill i in Ml Mini lira no Man
Toilin,
I'oll'l In- lllvJllilli'i'il. Tiler., Is not a
I'm, ui, oi luorpuine, i o, am,', or nil..
IliJurloiiH or lialilt forniinK ilruu in
iiyu.Mi:i,
II In iiiiiile of i;u al, pliiM ami olln r
tllUllll Ulltlm lllll'B. Jt Will Uleally I,-
lii'Vi! (In, nilx. iy or i ,i i,. i t h ,,r any al
fllctloii uf (In, nwr anil tliroal in 11m
III ill II I I'H.
.No dtiimarh iIobIiih- Jiifl l.r.u'li"
JlVdMl;!, H nit), nl the ealall II K.l hi
Hli.l iililckly ili vliovn tin ui,
Auk fur II i i.M I -, i piomaim 1
llllli-iiie I outfit. II only cuMm II. an
ami ,'oiihIMh of a h, inl nililii r poi l,i i
llihnli'l', Hhii h inn he ,miiI,, in MM
pocket, n hnttle of IIViM:i, a me, II
cine ilioppir, ami Minple ilirciloio
fill' line. lOvlla lii tlliM !llr.
Irf-HtllllK llrilUHKlH e i'l tt In I . Fell
WViiMKI, whleh n uuaraiili.,',1 In mil
lali.t I II. eoiliillH. I'oliN an, , 'fiiiip, oi
money rel urii,,l.
If you . .nil, I kii to tin- Km -a l pi ii
fiili'HlH of in hi ikI A umi alia on
Ylnlllil ilii kly t. t u, of ml, mil
llo.ilh'11 IIViiMIM l.iiim.-i Hie LI, nil. al
all ol thorn, for, ill .III . i t to , on,
Imllie. It a IiiokI w oli.h l l III ini.illli
lelll, ll. Auk J. II. n'Kli Hi I'..., .thou!
It,-..)i
United States Attorney is Per
mitted to Introduce Evidence
Relating to All Illegal Acts of
Defendants.
I Hi Miii-iihnc .hamuli Mii'i'iiil I.i'iim'iI Mh'i'.t
Imliunnpull,,, In, I., del. iJ. - A hal
lei'i'.l. Ivory li nn Mi .l inula ,11a that
hail MUrvlMal an explonloii was plo
iliHi'il us u novel 11 ll 1 1 - ii I exhihlt at th
"ilyiiaiiiiti. i'iinMilra,. " trial trulay.
Thulium ItelKer, of I'ltlsliill nU, fori - I lllil .ll'i'KMoil his wouml they tuhl hiln
man of a hrlih;e , iiiihi nu I ion i .mi jlhat the one eKHeiitlnl thins wux enm
pany, lili-iittlieil It as Inn In,' he, n I plete rest. If their ilireetioiiK are oh
fnuiiil alter an espiot-ion on a railrnail ihti oil, ft m I ii-H ' l the i.x-rneHi-lii-l.lm-
at liavlon, i .Ma;, ::, limn. il..it'H coiniilete n invei'v Ih nrohahle
lly .M.rrnlliK J.iiiriiul "-iii'i l.il I imm i! H Iif
i yt, r llay, net. ji'. The quiet ruu-
line of llf,. ut sa.: re Jlill was
piekeil up ii kii In hy Colonel Koose
v, It ami Ii Jh family loilay as tlniUKli it
hail not heeii inl.rrupt.'il hy the at
tempt to ilWjiiKHillati. tile lofiil, r ires
hhlll. l''or Hie liiHt ti since he was
wouiuhil elcht .lays asii, Colonel
Koosevelt was Ullatti'llih',1 toniKllt hv
ph.v sloians. There was no one In the
house except niemliirs of In,, lainih
am KirvnnlH anil Ilu- colonel spoki'
hopei'ully of heinu 1 1 , 1 u'ter one .In v
more of iiHt, ni'iiliially to reRinue hi-i
work.
Kxcept for the r.'let that Colonel
Koosevelt was ill hi, I this cvcnlim in
sleail of at work in his lihraj-y, there
was nothing to nununKt lhat anything
out of the oi',llnar' hurl happened.
Colli- phySlelilliH Were with the colonel
on his nrriva.1 nl Uyutcr llav from
' hiciun this ihOt'iiiiiK. and after (hey
YOUR
DO. LARS I
COUNT I
when ik-i: ,-ut'il in a f
X I bank.
Illy Miirnli.K Journal Mimm IhI I riiM-,1 i Irr- I
Xiw V'.rk. (. 3-i. --"Niii-h" anioiim
HiiKiir eoiupiiiii."H for the control o;
lallie IliliicHlH anil the leculatmn OI
pficeH In thin country Irum Is'.it to
IMU Hll'e llewt'lheil ill ,lll tmlai
h.V C. AllKUSIIIK Sple, kh'H. president
of Hie I'Vilirul Suniii' company, who
wan a wlliieSM In (he hearliiK of the
leUiial suit to dlHNolve the so-culled
"siiar IiiimI."
Mr. SpiecKclH. ii son of Clans
SpieokciM w ho found, d the Cahlornlu
"hiKur c,'iniain, was general inana;er
M lhat eompain in '. ',s;i When, he
leslllled Inday, his rellmry and a ie
llnely of ihe Aiiiifleall Sumil cniii-
puny were the omy planls wist of
the ,M if.souri. l or thiec .nais the two
woi kid under an aiirceiiieiit hy which
Ills 'iuupan sold foul -lll'lliM ol' tin:
miliar In the tcrritury in, utloncd and
Hie A met loan one-niih, with price
held two cents m pound ahow Ihe
New Vorli niaikcl thioiiHh a lreh;hl
itlt'.illKcliicM With the liilll'o.iilM.
lu IHN,', llaHiilinn i . I.i 1 1 1 1 F,. said
Mr. Spr. i li. lH, ohtatm-d control of the
.Min i a an .-.iikiii Hennery company
and wur lolioweil on the I'licUlc slope
that in 1 1 It il pficeH hilow the cunt ol
pl'oiluelion.
Two jears lalei, said the wlllicsa,
John Iv Senilis pi oposi d to Clans
Spieckl.s thai the Callloiuli, eon,,
puny no Into u new couihimilloii In he
ealh'll Ihe Sunar lielinerles I mi -l"in.
lie refused tu join the new
'iniipimy, hut liiforiucd Seniles that
d' the Sinmr Uetineiies company
would conlinc lis operatloiiM to the
teiritory ,.,0,1 ,, Me . i I . . nil.
Iiutila ciniipam would acree not io
iniade that tefi-ltoi y.
Mr. Sprei kels said th al nothing
I "I lint was Ii. 1,1,1 liom s.arhs, Inn
soon alleiwar.l the u.-n eoiuhluallou
hollKhl the Allielicau SlliMI' Kellncl.x
'oinpany, wilh lis plant west ,, ihe
MiM'i'UM. and Imme.tiai, ! his lather
"'''I d h huildlliK ihe laclon of
llli' SlUii kels Sutiar I:, I ,., .
u al rhlladi lphia. The wnmss said !
In was made Hernial malia'if ol this I
in plant and that atioin.l ' w a r ' i
"as .le. I.il'c.l lileh In pi Mii;.ir '
ll le. s 1. 1 lull i , s ,, I., , , ii. i
M'.olt that ton. ., l i , en ntalh , 1
1 1 "in Ihe Siu;a I I;, I ,-h . ompau I '
l"'l II I llllll lol "p, aee.' I he w lie v I
i iUlllllli, ,. .iml I MIV w eek.'i pi ll e.'i '
'" ! a ll, I ,ol Ii i oiupi, nh s mad,
" " "uiiiiiik in ,. ; si,,u,s mavis, i,,,,
"""'I' ""'I'lelll.V Ul',,!,, I..,' , ,,,,.,,,1,,,, of ,,
' '' ' 'ii'i m m I. mi m, in,,!
''".- ' M .till-,, o. Ihe I , I I , s, in,,
111 ' W ll,. h.,,1 .1 ' .,, ,,, , " ,, ,,
" U . ,, ,,, ,:. em, ,, I , , I
i " I il.s ..ml! , ,i
'''' 'I'' 'I " I I'.t' I. Sts w l,, h Ihle.ll- I
I t" li, ,1,: , .
Pa II I 1 I Ihe 1 1 ' ' , 1
"I nolle,, that ou are exaininim;
the handle. What allraels your al-
lelllion to II'.'" aslled rilileil Slates
Ihslrlct Allorncy Miller.
" I see on Ihe handle ,'iinr.iviil the
Initials, (',.' " replied the witness.
It was the unil'iella, which, the
UoMl lllllelil ehalK, s. I'ali' al'd Clark, of
Clueilina t i, carried when he attempt
ed hi hlow up the hrhlKe ami w hieh
he held over Ihe llvnulolt" to pl'ntol'1
II from a heavy rain. The ki vrn
in. nil sa.is Clark, lifter linhliUK Ihei
allhouh It cannot jel he said that h
in entirely out of danger.
In-. Alexaiiiler l.ami.,1'1 ami I ir.
Scurry I.. Terrell, who accompanied
Colonel ItooHolell from Chicann were
Joined in New York ly Dr. .liiHcph A.
Illake and I r. Ileoitje 10. Ilrewer. Af
ter i'MiiiiIiiIiik tin- patient, they said
ihe wound was slill wide open, spoke
d' Ihe posslhillty of infection and ndd
id they were unable to say whether
II would he possible for hiln 'o resume
ennipulKIl work.
fuse, lornol the umbrella. 1 lUOIlel ItlloseVell said when Ills
Clark, at the opeiilnu of the pies- -vouiid had been dressed, that there
ut trial, pleaded ciiilty. The lndli-luaH "" loiier Ihe need of eonslaiit
ii i ,11 1 alhues that Herbert S. Iloekin, super viniori ,.f pfn suia ns, hcciiuse he
tin s.irelary of Ihe I tit ii'iiii I ionii I "us "ail rUlit." The phsiclnns were
AsMiel.itlon of llrldKc and Structural,' will ut Inst whether he should h,
t'jzft m D
e?iV
MARSHALL AGAINST CLAPP COMM TTEE
ic ' r V
French Fried Potatoes
m VrTT i T. 1. t? n . , , . VT i.w&J . ml
witli Cottolcne? If not, you've never eaten fft
French Fried Potatoes at their best. Sii
Cottolcne makes them rich and crisp and appetiz
ing, but never greasy.
Jf you have been frying and shortening your food
with butter, try : .
Cd(l:!lnfl
It is every bit as good, at less than one-third the price.
If you are using lard for shortening and frying, we would
u simDlv sueeest that Cnttnlene is rpmcmhed nnrl rprnm.
. menaea Dy leaaing pnysicians, domestic science author
. ities, and culinary experts generally, as being more
wholesome, digestible and producing better food.
Utttolene is a vegetable product pure in
1 m
, . Jix;- 4 source ana maKing and is bound
( to be better and safer than lard.
Try thia Recipe i
Pare the potatoes, shave
in very thin slices, or cut
in straws, '2 in. strips, dice
or crescents. Soak in cold
water, drain dry on a nap
kin, and cook few at a time
in basket in deep hot Cot
tolcne. Drain and season
with salt
Iii
V I
Made only by THE N. K. FAIKBAKK COMPANY
- -J
I 1
i
CITIZENSHIP FOR
CERTAIN ALIENS
lion Workers, assisted Clark 111 pre
paring for the li.- yton explosion.
A dozen foremen of eonstruetlon
firms testiihil about ex plosions. II. l.
Kevin. I, Is, of Klehniouii, a.. told ol
an altenipl to blow up u bi'idi;,' across
I he Sip-ii ueha una river near I'erryvlllc,
Mil., on J Hue 2, liuiK, when four nu n
ran away leaving ilMiaiulte bchiml.
I:. II. MeClleUS. of ChlC'lim, des
cribed Ihe blowing up of a consli'ue
II, in car on an oleMiled load extension
al lliniia Park, chleaco, In .March.
I1HIS, aiiil Ihe dj naniitiuK ol a ear
of sleet ill Indiana llarhor lull., n
Mar later.
II. W. Ashley, of l'iilslMirc.h, CM
ef the ,l naiiilt in of a viadin t near
I 'lull ton. I'H.,' , n-tohcr I :'. I Umi, al ter
which pieces of a suit can,, in which
the bomb had been enclosed, vcr
found .scattered over Ihe country.
JiiiIkc Albeil 11. Anderson, h, lore
whom Ihe forly-live nun churned wilh
illegal t ra n.'-porla I ion of explosives,
are bcliiii tried, made several ruling.1
lu nnswer to oblcillolis raised hy the
defense. He ruled lhal evidence oiill-
c, rnliii; all of Ihe on,- hundred ex
plosions referred to hy the imvorn-
iiii'iil, IncliulinsT the I. os A iieles Times
dls'isler. inlnhl be Introduced as shovv
hic a motive. He said a conspiracy
already had h. en proven hv the plea.'
of miiil mi the pail of Clark and
ihtle .Mi -Ma ideal, but the juri was to
d t inline whether the leinainiim dc
f' II, la lit'- VV . IV till pll, a led.
The conn sl.11,,1 further that the
mil i ru, cent had uinleria k. n to show
I hat the objeet of I he I ollspllai. V vv as j
lllll'll bniaibr t llllll Ihe lllcle illecal
li ausportal Ion of ilv naniile ami niiro
K"n l lili', lllal tile explosiv es w . r,
belie; Iranspel led to ilesllov ,l,,,el
and to , ll I' ' I'e i 11 leivill of tern.,'
. , i ; . 1 1 n s I conli.iiiois who maintain, d
the open shop.
As show inn the scope of what ev i
dell, e miaht he oi l'. I e,l. Hie coin t eit
eil decisions which u r. ii out of a rail
load , nip loves' dispute. The ol'Uinal
purpose of th,. employes, the court
said was not to ohslriiel the rnited
an incident ol
llspil'aey to lie
I up other Hacks, th,- mall trains Were
I ol.sl I'll, led and llle I niled States su-
1 pi ini, ,i lold I hat all I lie act
lift alone., and it was siiwki sled
lhat one of their number remain at
Sauainore Hill. Hut the colonel in
slsl'i ,1 that II was unnecessary and th,
docloiM conclmleil il would he best to
accede to his wishes. They all went
to .Vow York I his evening and said
they would not return until tomorrow
al'lernooii. Their decision was rc
Uarded by (.'ololiel 1 1 oo.evcll 's fllclld':
as an indicalioij of his lnipiovcd I'nii
dil ion , . "
Tue parliio; Injaiu lioii of i n, ilii si
clans was that Colonel Koosevelt must
have absolute rest, and llllisl see no
one loilay or tomorrow. Mrs. Koose
velt acrecd wilh then ami look hold
id' Ihe sdi,..'.ion as rhe illd in Chica-
Her Hist nunc was to place inch
nl tlie ,ale. wilh strict orders that
no one be admitted to the yrmnnlM.
Then she saw In :t that perfect ipiht
vv as nialnlaiued in the hone and t he
olln r in, nibers of the family were per-I
unite, I to talk with Ihe colonel inn a
short time. I'olitieal workers. news
Paper reporters and phot oi;i a pliers
Hocked 40 the foot of Sagamore 11:11
diiriim the dav hut did not succeed
in passliiH the Kuards.
ToniKht after the rush was over, the
watch was w Ithdiavv n.
ol Colonel Koosev ell's I'rictuls
w ere iidieit ions for his safety at Sak
amoto Hill and Insisted that he li
protected UKuihst the possibility ol
another attack, tail he would not hear
of u personal (,-imrd.
null his physicians would iiiiilv
no promises. Colonel Koosevelt was
nil, hut he soon would be hmk In
llic ciihipulun, at least to the extent
of exercising Hcncral direction. He
expressed his intention of hoIiik to
Madison Sinare Car, Ion, New York,
to speak on ihlohir :ioih, even if In
laid sti'eniuh 1,0 say only a few sen
tences, and afler another day of rest
lie expects to bi Liin preparation of an
address of half an hour's 1,-ntri li.
lie hopes also tu hold a short con
ference wilh Senator lUxon. Ceo. V.
I'erklns and a few other progressive
lead, i s Thursday.
An in-Maiie,. of the fidelity wilh
which tlie physicians' orders arc he
inn ciiforcoil, was furnished when Wil
liam II. Ib'tcliklss, chairman of the
stat. iiioeressue party, ca In see
CLOSES HEARING
WITH TODAY
,'dlana, where he : running for nov
errmr and may not he able to coine
j tu Wushiimton , until after election.
I I.ute today the Clapp cumiulttee
minitm.ui'i J,hcsc witnesses to he inn s
;tiom d about Senator I leveridse's catn
pniun in Indiana in 1 l.ui ! :
j II. C. I'ettit, former speaker of th
j Indiana house: l.al's Whltcomh, llev
teridue's former law partner; Leopold
I Uothschild, surveyor of customs at
I Indianapolis; J. T. Hav es, secretary of
I tin- Indiana slale prnKressive comiult
!tee. and Henry C, Starr.
n,i. : :.. d r,i-4!i ' i- x. i. . , , . I s"""' "r n,,'S1' ''tpccieii to ap-
uuiiiuui auu vim 1 1 to iu ui 1 ui.li niLuiiy i6 to ue iviaue i:no : if':"-""""it"".
Nominee Tells California! Funds Contributed to Return l,;.,.?'' l:H;Z
Audiences That Some Should i Albert J, Beveridce to United i""i!?n ,"""'lliui"' inc,i.rH
n r,,J i Ot r o i executive session and It was
DC tXClUCIGHl, OtateS bCliate. liinnoiinced that a number of witness-
i cs had bVon subpoenaed for tumor-
i '"'.
Illy vl.irnliiH .l.illillal Sim'cIii I l.i'a.il VV In'. I I III Mnrnliif .huinnil Siii'tkU I eai'il Wlrr.l! -
San I'-ranciscu, net. Jovcrnor , Washington, net. L"J.-With the ex- j Kadies only ,his aflcrnuon at tlm
Thoinas li. Mai'sliall, of indiana, ,e,n-ll"illiatlon of witnesses summoned lor s!iatin rink
... ralie vie piesiilential candidal,', to-!" lu,il;' S,;SMi"" l"'"""'""' Ul.- senate',
jcanipahn conlributmns coniniittce ex- i '
"" "iniiio ap a living two nays i p,.,.s ,, li n ish t he I n v esi i'-a I .. , r....l
" " "
iaiiipaiy,ii in California, by adv oeatitiK
Ihe exclusion Iroin the I ' ii i I ,,1 Stales
of nil aliens who are not of a character
to amalgamate wilh Ihe American
people.
'I IliH' ii i'ii it ic ii t was accepted 'With
noisy approval by audiences which
tlie Indiana executive addressed in
San Francis, ,, just previous to his de
part lire lor i ii'eKini. w here he is sched
uled lo speak tomorrow.
"I am unalteramy opposed," said
i.'ovefiior Marshall, "to the uranium
of citizenship I,, any race of aliens
which hy habit and hy nature is abso
lutely unfitted to ainalKaiuale with Ihe
American pie,
"I believe iu eueoill'jiuiiiK the innni
aratlon to ibis enunuy of those peo
ples who vv ill not alone understand and
pninneii and tu adjourn until alter
election. j
, ,e .sin. -nr. oi war nirmsucd in Al
bert .1. Ilevcridi;,. for his I nil eani
palun iu Indiana will he hc basis for
tomorrow's Imiuiry uml Senator llev
cridi;,' hiniself, as well as the men
associated with him in that cauinaliin.
have been sum tunned to appear tomorrow.
.Members of the committee did not
RINGWORM
i:sv m vr.it v si t i:ssri i,
TKivVmr.vj.
Try This llcincdv nl Our Illsk;
Von know wlmt ringworm looks
like starting us u little circular patch
of tiny pimples, which dry up into
scales and urn followed hy another
crop on the outer eilue. thus enlai'i.-
.xpn io Wo into ilu- matter at tliisj inw the rln all the time,
tune. havniK planned tu conclude thej H may he caimht from other chil
present series f heal ings today. ! dren and from doss and cats. Tine
However, Senator I'omcrcne had so- j turn of iodine Is the old reniodv, hut
ciired inlorinatioii relatiiii. to the Kev-lwe have u better one now Sax,,
endue matter and requested that it; Salvo, cur new skin rcmedv.
'"V ''' ' ! Al,,lv Sax" nlv a few' times (ns)
Senator I'omcrene in his cxa mi na - j directed by the look In the box) and
tion of dcorttc W. Perkins yesterday , the rinsvvorin v.'inisht'H. Saxo Salve
bceaine inv olv ed In a heated contro-, '" salurates the skin with its uovver-
ipprei'lale our institutions, hut who, versy wilh the witness vvho denied "ill. yet soothiiiK iiniredicnts. that the
uiore I ban that ale cayer to adopt I ha vim; I u rnished between S.IO.OUO alio I rinirvvorm parasites ai'e destroyed,
these institutions as their own. For I (. 0 1 (I for the campaign for (he In-I f course, Saxo Salve has maiiv
such peoples we have r i a ml oppor- lMil 1111 legislature in HUM. .Mr. l'er- j oilier uses. All kinds of skin erup
tions) 'iiil disorder.'!, ec.emn, barber's
iilllltes. . ui lor tile peoples WHOI"""- no lie 1 ell 1 e n I II led SCIHIIIIv; illl-
nevei' can mingle in political al'I'airs. I ' i'i.i to .vtr. licverulue, w hi
In business or in u social way wilh u"' miter returned. This he rent
Americans, say: 'Inuft Kiant them necause he "almost dropped
citizenship,'" Head vv lien the motley came buck.
vcriior Hiram W. Johnson, of Cal- . 'lin""' I otiierene declared his iu-
it'ornia, aK.iin eame in for sharn com- " 11,1,1 ''').0I1U or Siiu.tuiu
incut l.v Covcrnor .Marshall, who said n'"' K,'nl Indiana hy Mr
thought Hovcrnor .lohii.'
son si
'.IL' ..ft I
huiild : . . " '.', , ' """""'" com, I,
be bee in California ivtnolvl,,, .he """" ?HUI.IUI lha
lectio,, law instead of in ihe cast '''' "V, l1''""'"'! ' ' t state. H
' 'xiii.-. ii nc Mien I I ' ' 1 1 I 1
i. Sl:irr niwl (I ' t..tit mm
spun linn Jii.immi in Hull-Less s.,b. n.. I. .'
Ita. sal.l CoVel'IO.t- VC'sle.U ".,s .,vl . ''
tru expense (o yiv e a nlace on I he bill- ,. .,. . is " is; ifineii, I'umps ami Irrigation.
.iuipaif,U ill Ul-l Work. nnA nfri,.
it this tin,
"We ar,
Itch ami tetter yield Io Sao Salve. It
is a wonderful remedy and we nuur
antce it most positlvdv. . II n'l'lei
ly Drug Co., Al'iUiUcl'iiio, . M. Adv.
n "pu .o v io obstruct
'the Ilu
I I. lie not by Ihe miauls
or ' I IU.I I' 'olli -'ill.
'I Spree!,,-Is
I .III
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III "
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;tl,i s. .in it v i -til i in , k-
ni .in up. i.
The American Trust
and Savings Bank
I the I s Sea lies. II.
11 n ll.l 'I' A. I I'll emevel
- hl '""I I" I i III ol I ile Slo, k of
l'l ' , l, Is .,,1, p., n.v .1 lei I ll. V i si
' ' 11 ! I:- IllMI 1 Mill , Ihe s.,
' al1' 'I Id I. " .1- or.. ,l,i. e,l M,, iu
III. I 'I-II' I the II,,, -e. f, "Kl.,',1 .IS s, II
ai.ili,,'- . ,, t,,s l., Io I s , ..in, ..u,,
U ''N ''ol V ' asKe.l Assjs, .
" ' ""' d sic- v,i,,,i,ev hn.ipp
' ll. It S. , tiled." S.lld M. Spl e, li
e's, "i ti.it I .Ii t pics, .,, ni.o.lv
a Ii n.i i I of i h in,.,,!,, ' .
bllMU. -s so .,,., Mi ,,e W ll.
' " 1 '" II was , on, pi. ilntl, K of
I I - I I" h. . .1 so,.. . slams ,is p,
CI' ' 'i"l .in... nut .a malum s, .,i,,
1 ''I'd 1.. Ill ' ., II I ! I i I I lie lltlnol , v
"' " I shoo'. , ,..,!! .-I I lo ,u
B '" " ll did so, ; w ,h tone ,, nu
'.' i.l o,l "
I'll, s III, . ill , 1,11s.
V'.or ,1, in.,'! i w ,n ,-, l and no ui. v II
I' v;'.i . . .1 V I M I : V I' f ,, I,, , hi e am
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''"'""'IK I'd' - le i. Io 11 ,i, v s :.Hc
KIMMEL
CLAMANT
APPEARS AGAIN
INCOU
T
but was halted althe resilience.
Colonel Koosevelt, sent out his re-
Ul'els that be was not able lo receive
the slate i h.ut mall.
I.adhs mile this afleino.'ii at tin
skatum link.
UNDERWOOD SPEAKS
WOODROVV WILSON
xpense to ylve a place on Ihe hal-
li't to a party (hat will pull a thou
sand voles. I,, California thousands !
your republicans ale heiiitf prevented
tioni c.iMini; their votes for Mr. Tuft
bv a law which is neither decent nor
America n.
"Now I don't say that llovclllol
.1. dins, in deliberately laid this mine
but certainly he was aware of what
that law was Koitm to do."
(loveinor Marshall dedicated 1 ml I
ana's silo for a slate luiilillnii al Ih
minimis oi i nc i-aiianta-racillc expo
sition here today. Toniiiht ho' attend
ed tin-, r larno meetings, two of which
were democratic politi.al meetings and
the third the annual assetnhlauc of th
Sail Francisco Cache hatiue.
Albuquerque Foundry and
Machine Works
KiiRliiecrs l'ouiiilcrs .Machinists
Castings in Iron, I truss, l!r,ur.e.
Aluminum, Klectric Motors, Oil F.n-
Albutiunrque.
Atlantic en v. N. J., Oct. - ' Con-I l-aebs only this aficin i al th.
urosMiinn I n, Ici vvo, id, of Alabama. !,,... J ska t i mi rink.
lore n l,,rue alldielllli on tile Steel '
pier here loukht, declared lite re-I .lime .IiIiimi Speaks lor Mi If rime.
Ixan., ini. 1'.'. "Women
Kilt to Ihe ballot. I l.elievi.
i declared .lane Ad, lams, in a speech
mm-i h, ro todav. "W omen m ed ihe ballot
1. mis 111. re, is,., I llonl'to llilht political L-ralt ill its encroach
I'"" '" """ 't.iiiiiK , icin, .eiattc ni- im-i, I on humanitarian work. Women
, I o . 1 1 1 s I I , 1 1 1 , I : s unlit nail Ihe Wealth ol alone
.tlie lountrv has conic niuhr the con ' w..i I.
Ill, M..r s ,., ' " . " "": .""'"'" I '" A.blams spoke l two erowded
Have You Made
Your Will?
msuuihv cmhiui -ios use Man ;!::,,,,::;:::.r,,r:.1,r::r:,.,,;r vj:t
in t.iit'i! iii I'oleat Kiymcut ,""""''r'" S""al t"''v,"'"'i'
, s . , r, .. . " 1 '"' "'I' "I milltonnir,
,,t lid C U Hill P -I s 1 i ., .
'i iiui s,'iv,i",'V ILMIUv.5 ll' "' " "" i"
Sister,
u ih
n coniiuer tiralt In charilv
si I
nto court l w ic
-,b-Uti . t be K 111,1,,.
it tol llli IICI.I I, I
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..ceo.,, ii K ,,, decision hi J,i,l. . in
' " ' " -' I i "1 h i vi .ll h. ,!oii i, i I P in
slippim:
ii'i Ho u out nimlll as
'1 ' , ' 1 1 . . 1 1 1 1 ,ii.i.
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" MM tin . ,.!.. , I , , ,, ,s sis, ,-. M,s,
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I Ui" "PP. ,11.. Hi. . a, .,,..int w .
a P.. 'I l.. -, lei .low ll ,,i I I ,,m of t!
her
lis
annuii: ninety millions
jhoiisi s here this
cvcnini,.
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'k..;fs- link.
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I I" oi' p., i . t '., s. . f ,,s , a, s .,,
"L lull. ,f I, is I,,.,. w llli Ihe ph' Ui
I a ! lis Ml , 1,1 i. .,, w ,s , ., ; , , ,,, ,
There is Only One
"Bromo Quinine"
That is -
Laxative Bromo Quinine
VSCO THE WORLD OVER TO CURE A COLO IM OHC DAY.
Always rciiictiibor the full name. Look
ivt tins si..n:(!,lf. t.Vl.rv hOX-
Every possessor of property is under obligation to
his family to mare a written disposition of his prop- ii
erty.
This institution will draw your will, deposit it in
its strong vaults for safe keeping and at your death
deliver it to the clerk of the court for probate, Your I
property will be properly collected, cared for and dis-
tributed by officers who are selected because of their
legal attainments ai d business judgment,
We care for small estates with same painstaking
care given to large estates,
First Savings Bank and Trust Co., j;
Albuquerque, N. M.
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