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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 28. 1912.
TWO 1 ! i Stewart Base Burners jrvi it i x i.t v I :i 4 ; STE WAKT xoxi: iu.tti u si ih: Raabc & Mauger 115-117 MHUII I 'I I (ST ! Aztec Fuel Co. GALLUP YANKEE SWASTIKA COAL All Kinds of WOOD the Inaugural nmiiilltcc, iiml others. Hoietiior Wilson shook hands heart ily wllh those Intiotluoed )u hlm mid talked ii few minute tu .Mr. Fusils, t ffi-i rtrtff lirli'fly to the I mi uw urn I lil, me. Then ttii- stepped Into llle ear nml nn I n lorn 1 11 1 reception continued ii. tln car was switched frmii (in' FeiiriHi Ivunlii trm kn to tin- wiiHInu ( 'h)"xH like Hi Ohio li'ta lit. PINE'S ENTRY III PRESIDENTIAL French Newspapers Over Fact That Republic's Best Men Are Aspiring for Head of Government, (It li.riiln .l.iuriiut Kni'iiid Imsi-iI Wire), U'livtc. l: 2,. Tli definite iin nitilieemerit Unit Premier pullicate will ! m eiindldnto fur 1 1 1 presidency lit' th! l lUllil', llllS OIIIIHod II profound Ihiprossliiii Dirougrmut France. The newspapers of practically Mil whiuli'M of political opinion, without commit ting themselves for or against M, Polh (arc's election, felicitate till" premier for placing himself iii record, im nil aspirant fur llu.i office of chief ciitlve, Ttioy i'Hii'ih itin opinion that tlf unit urtrt of M. i'liliii'iii'f show to thr woil, Hint France Ik seeking Hh pii'iitcKi men for tln to-, sideney. Following tlN? loud of A), Foliuiire, I'YIiX I'.lllot, former premier IHI. I HOW bailor ill ttii- opposition In ill" cham ber of deputies, toiilMlit officially de clared thilt In? nlsn In 11 rmidlilnte for president. Although 1'itlil 1 i NiimiK'l, president Of till- flhllllhcr of llepllti. K, i n it Antonio Ditimst, president of the senate, have not -i tn f-1 t hriiiselv a s, 1l In generally recognized Hint they lire In the. nice. M. Illbot, In an Interview today, pressed surprise ill At, poliienre's de cision to become n i nn,iii;ui, hiij Ink' Hint ,M, i'olni me. Ill view i.f tin' I'o fllStll of 1,1'nll IIOIII'gl'olH, till 111 1 11 (Ht If of labor to stand lor i-IitIIhii, h.nl heen urging hltii l!!il)ot to become the ( illllllllllte for Mil- I'epllbltl nn KIOIips. ACCUSED BANKERS FOUND NOT 01 .TY , . Vulii-z, Alnnkn, I , f-t;itf Iiinltlit JuiIb no hum i: ..lion .'I , I (III I ,u:.ilio( ,.r III.. l.l)l!, HIlMtllllH'il t I tllr I ho ili't'ifiiM' foe nn Iiimi ii.' Ill tin1 tuoh,. ilisimniior in l inilk HituKliiN, inih W.if liliiKloii-Alnlui lUthk or V, a niiii, :,t KolHinlsk' Alnskn. I, II il n it!ul of Mot KllUl n I il II rni'il liv till' HII')'. .'I'llrtu rim. rolnU il lo alli l-'iU miin rsluii of iuml i,( Ho. Im uk. As run .ii h Ho- ('"tut 1 1 1 1 io u in tl tt ritf ili(i nnn ii ii i 1 1 1 , i nini"ii ilium I'd tin i-iiiln no in i'Imiei'. si.it.i'UBt HuWklllM H 11(1 J. AU'lll JlU'k.'.lll, f.. Illilly vx in- plinilii'ltt of llli' 'Ii fun- I Iniiili, In'f, ,1110 tfo-'' , mm'M r;imr oniii r Iho coiirt'n rulllin In (In1 mi .li iiii'mun I'n'xK, Tin' r.t.'tf iiiiiiii"! V H. I'm Miim, Hi.' S'-Httlc l'.'i'lkili:-l. lio u.i" i'n offnor .if (In- W.ii-liinntoii Al.it.kn lunik of Wn-liliitton. prior 1" it' no i i:i-r In tlio i nil of l Id. w ith tli,- I'mr iiwhkn I'linlliii; '..iM.;iii , in th,- (! lliiiliuil of III" Win-htlsKl.m Ail k.l Ji.lik of .N'.xailn, of l-ntrlmlik. .' . .lil.'.l t;, ti' toil '- II.' 1- ill.-. 1 l. h. hullo; IIIHilB f ;!,. Ilil. no lit of l,.i im r o,nt i'Oi s onilii i,,ii, Only Oim- ItlttlMO IJI IMM" That tn l-AWi'ivr-: j!i;iiMu yn- NINK. Inxk for the Rlcnnt nit" of K. V'. C.ItllVK. I'iros a fohl In Otn luiy. Curi- Orlp In Two Iiny. 2Ce. Mi RACE APPROVED .k Hill Vlitiiilllli-i'' 'llCiltlllli'llt. M. I'm I. Minn. In'.'. . Jmiim .1 "' Hill, tlo i i-.-.H ..!'i.-n. i nil o.ut lo.iK ' ii. ii'. t. !.' ii ii it. i . -i . I (!" iritaf!. iiiinl o( In- .1 !. I.;, i M- ):.o"hai'l to HI". Ab.I )'. . i kia..'. i .1 ttil. ltj ' Thf il.'t.- .1 i'k- i.-i'.i ui.' I...S i,oi ., , ij iinniMiiH ,!. . f , Totlitj Hint loin, lit ilio i.ol.h ii lint.' j bl liij; iil " on LulK-o tn) iih'ii " fidj'i-iiir. .j i r niil n duiiiin.j IKWRXS OF EflGLISH'BIG PALL-OFF III THE1 PHILOSOPHER Thiid Fail of Shafteliuiy, WiuU; in 1712, Said to fpictrlus nnd Marcus iclius, ival An- I If, XlnriilitK .fiiiiriiiil Hn ," u York, I mi', ii'.- inl I riiwal Wlrrt. -Jir. Ilinjiinilii I in inl, i f till! llcpill tllll lll of ,IImii H.m.iril iiiiiviruli v, who In nt- l.iiy of i mliiiii Ihn ii ii li no I i on nl iori tn-ii' of thr AiiKlhiill J'hllosophliiil AkmihI.i lion, linliouli, i', itiln y, iim tin' li nilll of hi" Inv. Mlnnllorl uiiiiiiiK ohl IviikIIhIi iiiiiinii.'rlilM, (hi. illsrovofy of H hlilii r to unknown work hy llw Third inrl of Shun, klnii y, w rltli n In 171:'. Il wiih ntitli'il, .(oiii) 'liiii'inti rs," nnd In th.- m i oinl of tho DniUlMi tiohli iiiiiii h llliillll.'nl ipt II lie I II hid hy in-, Itlllol In tin. l.ondoii ri i old iifllc,'. Tim first fniiiol hi vi rnl yoniH nun, ontli Inl, j 'hlloHiiihli'iil ili-KliiM'ti," nitikH tin' mil nf Shu f liHhiiry with Kpiiii t um and Man im Am I'IIiih, iih ihi i npoin lit of tho lolc phllofiophy, in'1-ordinn lii tho Hnr-j vniil profi'Mtnir. Tim IntoHt illNrnvri v , ihnlM with 1'illii'llrn and "riM-nlH .-'ha f M'Hl.iny i,h tho phllowiiihi'i' of tin In-aiillful, ullko in url iiml llfi." POLICE SEARCH FOR ALLEGED FIREBUG I. OH AllKI'li'M, I !''. 27. 1 ll'lll'VillK Unit tho llr,. whlrh don! ro ,,l 11 rooin Iih, Iioiimi' on North Alain Hlri'i l, lain lnnl nii'lit, ttllh 111,- loxH of two lives, nun of lnci'iidliiry nrlnlli, thu piillio iiio Mmiri'liiii toiilKht for h mull, who thi'y iiH.n'i't, hail mud,. 11 pri-vliiits ul li'inpt In hum ihn I.iilldini, IIIh ii r niit ii v pi' ti-d. I.i'oiiniil nnd l.fopotd U'.'illi'i'M, IS ii ml 14 yoiiiH, noun of tho rnotiiliiK lioimi! proprli'totj, wiro vli' titiiH of the fir,', Their wlnlor, ih;.t WnliiiH, .iiiiii, ii'd from third Htory wlmlow, hut iwiipoil kitIoiih Injury. Ki'Vi'inl k ihoiih wi'i'i' Injnri'i while iihkImUiik: tlin trii)iii'd ocrtiinmlH of tin1 hlllllllllK to I'Mrupi'. ''upturn A. II. Monro, of an ontiini' I'otiipMiiy, foil t In 1 1 1 1 k 1 1 n I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . floor to tho hiiMi'iui'lil. Inn will ri'fnvi''. WASHINGTON PRESS MEN ELECT OFFICERS VnHhliij4tiii!, Hoc, 27.--Tlio National I'reHa ehil, nf WiihIiIiikIoii today held Us iiiiiiual election of xil'flecl'H with tlin fnlliiwIiiK result: 1'rcnlilinl, .luhti T. Sitter, Chioiicn Iti'Coril Horn Id; vice prealileiit i Then- dni'i'iH, Tyler, WuwIiliiKlon TIiiich; retiuy, Annllrl ('ntitiiiiRhnm, Hun HI'C- An- tillilo Kxprerw; treueiiircr, Henry I.. h'weiii)..iii, the AHwiiiatcd IM-onm: II nnirolal Mocrelnry, lieoiue V. .HitmiiicrH, Wheellnir Hi KlMlef; honnl nf gov.; el'tiotn, lion I''. All denhr: William A i, CleveliiMil I'lnlti Cl iiw ford, tho Aa- mn In t oil Voik ricR.i: Jolin 1', (Invit, New iiltiR 1'ohI, unit Kreilerlek .1. HiinkltiH, Kpci'inl writer. RESULTS FROM EFFORT TO COLLECT DEBT llensley and Son De mand Five Hundred Dollars at Poirt of Guns, fiom Al leged Debtor. ill. xt,,ri,iini ana (' .toiim it S,ii' lid I riocit U'lc'l I. Colo., I let . da Jesse II. old s, los .f .1. I-:. i.imur '.'7 - Kor t w o lloiisley and Ills -1 ill. I liri iilened niatcuo'i' of t ho iioins n I :. l. a l llle III'. I. on. a ( churned imilii (ii'il Hi niiuuiv , ho they ir.ilii and il Nisled epllt V I (los illed, ,1 Ills ..iih lift, r l.elm; n I lacki "llelil Is with w In nil they pernio liatlle until Josei I w .1 hull, is ( u t ' i in,; ( Hal l.y i aiicil ( as purls hoilv. The Call !o I.otw (( li t he ,Holi.-i the olii, els took pine,. In the i ys and oilddle (own. ill the inieetlull Klr.o, ,,!' II,,. l,,ivn t witnesso(l I,., a score or more persons .ittiai ieil lo Ihe ui cm' hy the sounds of shootim. l.an war llensley plow-, ( il, 1 1 1 , 1 1 . i- contract, a lai,:e itaet of land for I j in a r who was to pay htm -". for the work. The plowins was! not (I. die satisfni lorilv, linear i laluied, I and he refuse) to pn the man in foil.) Ilenslej made tuiir visits to ijuenr ill iilt.-mptii o sc. are the money, the la d three nines taint: hcaxlh alined. His son. . ii i t ;, im: a shot gun. iieooin pa mod tilin on thN isit. i;,,H, eiiti red 1,0k at s olficc and ili luamled the money. (iveltli; lllni with lh.tr wen-I pons, Ihe , , llensl I II. (! (Juenr atuccd wllh them nnd Ctl'(tlS lasted t"o liollls W hell ! e l.ec.mie insistent, (jnear to-' lh.it he ha, not Hint amount ..f i with him and had m. cheek in lin e. Hen!, v d( in.ituh d Hial , ii m-H ihe snoot i,, ., luii,,., r; his .lie 1111(1 tin le ol. tain n i ho k. c,ni( '!r lo. ( d ,o lo , and was it. li,,, I,, the liMi-h, i i, ftie,. ,,t tin .nt of Hie two linns fix i lei ks m o oftnc saw" him une Hem l, the h. l for t Mi" Hi"! as li.piiiv Mit-ritt o h.iii-. .with uthers. iini. il in an a iitoiio.l'ile V'tuher and s.oi opemd llle i pen the oftn eis nt i.tiie i'he depiin sherilfs returned ihe lire ami kill.-.) J..-, ph HeiiMov. The talh.r was ire. d and taken t.i h, lad at Crand .Inn. tioll. . lie MHS lasiae Iillll. !f w ith r t the (iffic, r for shiyinu his Anlhol Hie l , lleve 1I"I;I,'V has I n (iiivcn itimn hy the InipornitiK uid iil linNe him riitiiiuid. R CATTLE RECEIPTS T Notwilhslandin Shortage of 2a 1 ,239, Pi ice Paid is $3, 282,735 (ii eater Than for Output of 1911, (Ity Xlttrnlittf Jiiiirmil Mitdiil I,.F,I Wlrr). t'hlinno, lii'. 2 7. IVwir eiittle 'si,;!is iiavo inn a ri ivi'd nl tin- 1 1 ' 1 1 i 'ii k . i Mo. k ynrilH III In yiiir tlian In I I ft I I , in i ol din to flKitri'M glvfil nut Itoiiiuht, In iipli,. Ilim fin t, nioro niom y w iih imlil for hi'i f iluriiiK 19 1 J, than lu MM I, hy l.'l.iK'J.TSa. Tho toiiil puld out thin yi nr w iih $ I x;i,4 nx.wiit. Tln- o naKoiiM nro Minn for tho ituri'iiHid prli'i. of hoof: Tho wi'Hii'rn hhiIoh did not ruin,, iih 'ninny inlll,. iih iiniiiiI, Iii iiiiiMO of ili'diiuhlH, inn tiy fiirmi rH nro turithm t hi lr piiHtiiri'K inlo w lioiit tli liln nnd the di'innml for In of Iiii.h im ri'awd. It wan ixplaliiod that tlio popiiln tfon In flii' I'lillcd r!tati- linn im rcim i. In tin. lust iHonty yi'iirn I'll per i-eiit, While the iiirrouHe Jn eiittle produetloii linH lioon only S per ri-nt. The ex port fell off thlM ji nf lii'CillHe of the hi;,' home (p tiinml. In lull there wet e 17. nun en tile exported from Hie l.'hl , iiko yard, i inn pa l oil with :'.'!, (UMl till" your. WAGES TOO LOW TO EXIST ON SAY Men, Women and Girls Tell of Small Sums Received for Long Hours They Were Com pelled to Work in Mills, Illy Mtirtiinic .linit-niit Sinrliil l.riiitfu Wlrp). I.lttle fllllH, ,N. V lire. 27. l.o' Wiikcm, which linn!,, it lnipnnllile for tlieiu In earn ciioimh to live on, was the direct entitle nf the du Hlrike In the text II,. iiiIIIh here, iiccorillnK to the. lentil, tony toiluy of II hcol'e of W'll Iichhch lieforc lltemltei'M of tile Htale lioiird of iiiiiKi'ittioii. The mrikc him heen 111 iiI'iikich for ,, ninths nnd him IiHiilteil in fi'ciiiieiit outl'lcaks. Men. women and mIiIm who upiicnlcil in! ivll iichhck, united In HnyliiK their only Kl'lcvancc relnleil to wiiKes. All wllucHMCH who lire memhei-M of I ii ,1 ukI 1 in t WoikofM of the Wniid, the 111,- were I n ir ii In Kurupe uini have heen lir thlH comilry fi'om one to ten years. MoMt of t Iii iii w ere escnnilni d thrntiKlt interpreters. They wer(. ulven wide ra it Me in li "tifytiiK hut their slmies Viilied llllle except us lu 111.' llltiolilil of pay they hail rcoelvcil, I'r.ietioally nil the witnesses were piece hnnils. Nolle of them leceheil more than I 1 a week, When the law limiting' their work to fifty -four limit's Weill Into effect. Hll'V testified tiiiil wains fell as low as $7 nnd Ji'i a week, anil eycii lower III sonic ( 1IHCM Their demands., which they said led to the strike wore that they should re ceive sixty hours' pay for fifty-four In fo tl : ins work and a In per cent Im reuse piece work. Several niwlit workers H lied thai I hoy worked l.i hours. ith half an hour oil' received i I (I and $11 a iiua (isll. awed is, w r lunch, and eek. rked frnin li o'clock in the tuornine, in Ihe eVellllili oil pl( said she was t,n, com thai lilllllher of hours, make more money. !siie tiles for lunch at noon, until 7 o'clock ce work. Hie niled to wurW I. lit did II to took lle iiiin alllinllgh per milted lo take an limit. Wolklui; Ihil. she made Sli il! i $ii inl a week. Ashillo .-Urnniho, n: of the tvpical spiuiK said thai Infole the law went into effect. It w eek and ii ft( I w a I'd d I Si, -was s sworn. one She hour $7.r.o fifty - four (ho mailo i, mi nit;.;.".. (aid that when n. ulo ?.'! or ?! I I lllsscppe l I iMuo.li sa Work was sl.o k, he in. a week. Winn Ihe mill liinnlim well, he made lis llli'.h as $ I II a W( l i aiiees K a 1 m i i z - k a , n'-'cd 'J!l,i she made Jll a week and thai went on a strike when ord'Toil to i lease ho,- walk from sit to .si ck. a id she ilo-.cu uialerw car u (la . FUGITIVE POSTMASTER TO WAIVE EXTRADITION l.os Anu Stoic. f( U s. 1 ice. 2 , . I leriu.iti K ( i tiier post master at Ktu was indicted al Trenton lull, on Hie charm- of ..led Jinn while in the set It e, tl li llioi need todnv id waive extradition nnd w Jersey for tllni. Ki'V- .tie-tol ,it p.iiii.ank l.y ersoit. . J. in (icioloi. iia ittfc i iun H((V i i linn nl that hi woi return t, X w as poslolfie. lie hid I. 1...S An-, and the loci, il hi (iiellil ill Ilispecl.,1 s S( .11 1 1 X il, LII Ii f..r mor IS He . el .1 ( ll.l V s Ult'l. the ,1. inity of '( 111. Ill thorite II I. It. I OSl.CliCO 1! iii thiol, ill S. w .1. !-.' I INNOCENT PRANK AT i PARTY PROVES FATAL 1.1 11,1 she ,..k- Mis. Hot). w nl. CSil: l. lauht in 1 IOC 1 i II I II led , : tv i h h Mn .. p h oiiii: I II. i. .1 i-. i f ctai - (-!!. - tiik: .1 that he wok iio. i.e Mis Kocl. h approve of cn;ar pl.,vlu"y MiaUhvJ .)-;.!.- inl hot jette i;j.,kii , (li I STRIKERS tln do. Shi' run t,i aiioilnr ruom llh IIoho jiIvJiik i hum., Mm Kot ti ll ihut tin iloor on llurti' j.i"t ii In' inn hi d it nml Ills Hhonld. T inl thlolIKh till' (lIlIMM, Mi l . tl II tiii il to pull Hi.- iloor ,..i n ami In hhiiii' inn inn l 1 1 fiirxvai',1 !i. iltit tin' idiutttri'd ulnm. A uliii-r of tlm kIh" plor, hi-r iii'i-k. Hi'M iliiK tlio J"k! ii l.i i volii mill kIio .lii.l ui.i, i nl ly, ROBBED OF $935 ON DENVER'S MAIN STREET Iiiinir. I'm. J7.-"iio,,d I'MiiiiiK. m" friend." wan the polite lemnrk ndilri NHeil to A. 'n lpe,o.k i . wealthy meri hunt nnd iiiim r of 1,, n,l llle, nml iiiiiHed him m drop no- ulnnie inlo the liarr, ! of n ar;e ealilnr n inhir, n he puxsi'il Hi,, lii iatr i luh ,,it..ltt tl i,l,..,i,ut,, u, ..!..,! I,, r... ' "' ' 1 i"oiifi i a ie nii me man wioi nun o K 1 1 1 1 1 neiii I 1 1 1 1 up nml it;i tiiHianity Milzed from liehlml. The flint man then plneiil il K'lU In tin vl.tllll'K month mid the two prom d"d to il- lilive him of hit, Wallet, 111 wlliill WIIH j:i;i;"i In linilk imti-K. When the two men left him Wulpeimky hiinied In the I'ninii' ilruu hlore, h.nl the itaK lemoMil, and notified tin pollee. Representative Adamson Crit icizes Piesident Taft for Pro posing to riistitute Civil for Military Government, (Hy Mnrnlni) .linirniil Sifrliil I.riiKcd Wlri). ('arrolltoii, (la., Her, 27. Kxceptinn was lakeii In a stdtiiuenl todiiy hy t 'iihKi'i'Hsmnii W, f. Adnmsou, chuir Ii in ii of the house committee, on Inter slate and forolmi commerce, to the proposed reoi'Kanlziitlon of the Pa nama. i'iiimI forces mid Hie recent ut teriinces of I'rcsldcnt Taft. I'oiiKiess iiiiiii AihiuiHiin, author of ,lie law re cently enacted for the sov crnment nf tho Kniie. says: "I'resldciit Taft oiinht nut uniieces snrlly worry himsiif iiliout traiisfnrm in Hie syslem on the zone. The next conRi'ess mid the next iiiliniiiistriitlnii will have ample rppurtiinily to ac cord proper recognition ot Colonel (iocthulN mid all the other 1'iiililers of the canal anil President-elect Wilson will have iiinple o,iport unity to select ofiieers to operate the canal mid gov ern the zone, "The cxisltiiK sysleni Is iiihipted to ciinslriictliiH the in iki I which will not lie finished until Ciilchrn ceases to slide. Tile new plan nf Kovcrniiienl is intciidcil to emit rnl the operation of the canal and the liovcrnineni of the zone, as an adjunct and Incident of the canal opcr.itioit," Mr. Adamson says that II will he I'oliiinale If safe transit throuh the canal can he had within two years uul adds thai "licKldent-cleet Wilson will provide himself with sufficient In formation in ample Hinc for satisfac tory action." '1'isliiy mid tin(.i Hie Oolilcn liulc hi o,sjnni,, stilv" on liulles' nnd men's reiiily-lo-weiir. 25 per is'nt reduction. MEN WHO SHOT WOMAN FACE MURDER CHARGE Windsor, Colo., Dee. 27. Four more nrresls have heen made hy the sheriff as a result of Hie sIkioIIiik" of .Mrs. Frederick Pruiier last night wlille she was atlenditm a vveddiiiK. The authorities will not lell the rea sons for tho additional arrests, hut declare that "startlini; (lev elopments" have ma tciialia'd. .laeoli .iehtenwuld and John limit, arrested Itnmedlrtcly after the shunt inn. are still held in jii!. all of the prisoners helnst honk ed for investigation. Airs. Ilriinet' was furred to undo! fin a Caesarian opyiatlon as a result of the shootinsi. The child died I. nth, thiiiiKh th 1 1'O'iV ClillK. Shi toiiicht Hint a lit'oliithly would pci'Mim Kiillty of of t:ie hahy's ill i few ' hours after its ' inoi her is said lo he lil'f .McAfee declared charge of murder he made imalnst the the shooting hee.uiso alh. have a cotd iret a bottle When you of Chaniheiialii's (iuiuh Remedy. It will soon fix you up all rltfht nnd will ward olf any tendency toward pneu monia. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic nnd may he (."iv'en as confidently to a hahy us to an iit ult. Sold hy all druggists. Arrested (In liari;e of Aliil'iler. Villisca, la.. Hi e. 27.- I.ew , Van Alstno, a Taylor eoiiiity farmer, was iiiesied todav hy City Marshal llor- tou on a warrant chaiim: him with the "axe murder'' of the Aloore fam ily and the Stilliiiacr sirls on the tiniht of June n. The prisoner is In the city jail and will he iven a hear ini: toiiurr((W INSIST ON MUNYON'S Rheumatism Remedy IT WILL CURE i want every chronic rheunuilte t i hi w avv.iy ail medicines, all linl- in. ni Yt i ail phis),- ii n.l give MPX- i;ni:rviATisM pkmkdv I rui I. o niaiter w it yutir doctor no niiitti r what your friends no in.iHei how prejudiced a v ivou ma I,,- in; imst all advertised rcm- CONGRESSMAN SAYS CANAL ONE IS UP TO WILSON cdas. ko a) i. ace to v. .ui druuEis) and ft a I...UV ,,) )h,. ):ih:i".matism ill'MKhV. If it fails to itive sntis fiouoii. I will r.tiind yuur money. M nnv on. H-'mcTn'i. i" this ri nie( contains no suUcyiic mi id. in, .,pitiiu( tucaine, mor phine or ) In r harmful drugs. For smIc lo, iill drusgts. 1'rite 25c. PRESIDEPJT ELECTWOTORIOUS BANOIT'Bioo. uvmor S FILIPINO EPENDENCE Representative Jones, Chair man of Insular Affaiis Com mittee, Announces Position of Wilson, ll Unfiling linirniil Hh-.iiI I ,ir.l Wlrr.) Staunton, V,i Ihe. 27. President elect Wilson filters ii provisional (toy. c i n ii 11 ii t lor the Philippines for elcht yenrs mul inilepenilcnee theri'iifter, ncedidiim to leireHi ii),'itlve Wlllliiin A. Jones, of Viminl.i, chairman of the house Insular affairs committee, who discussed Ihe Philippines nffnirs with the president on the iraln today. The president antiouliced merely Hint he had talked with Air. Jones "nluiiit the Ki-neral sltiliitioii ill the Philip pines." . When uskeil piirtlculiiiiy If he had talked ahoiit the hill heinu pressed hy l'eiresentntlve Jones in congress, proposlhM: o erninePt for eiullt peiidence nf terwn rds, provision. 1 1 years nml Inde Mr. Wilson lc- plied: "(ill, we talked ahout Hint at Soa Kirt last hid inner." I lepl es( Ida I n c Junes had no hesi tancy In snvliiK that llnVi'l'iini' Wilson already had heartily endorsed lo him the pcnilinu hill. "We renlly don't expect the meas ure to puss this eoimress," Mild Air. Jones, "hut it surely will nn tlirntiKh In the extra session nnd will he one of the'flrst idedKes of the democratic national platform to he curried nut." Tuke iiilMinliine of tho hi (.olden Hnle Silting Snlc. 25 Kr ci-nt n. duiiliiii mi nil women's cunts, suits, skirts, (lic-sei, kinionns, swcHters mill furs. Also, men's suits nml ocr- I'OlllS, JOHNSON APPEALS Recent Bull Moose Candidate for Vice President Warns Followers of Effort to Divide Their Ranks, (Hy Miirninir .liiiiriuil Hiierliil Ltosi-iI Wlrr). l.os AnKoleS, Dec, 27. "Don't let our ranks he divided. The old ma ihiiic is in full cry asain hoping to come hack into power. Hut the peo ple will never it hack to tile infamy and deKreilation they knew prior to 1910." This was one of Governor Johnson's few references to state poli tics in his address at the hnnuuot ten dered him tonight hy the county cen tral coitiniittee of the progressive party. Ah this was the governor's first speech since' his return from the east, most of it vvmh taken up with Ills ex perience during; the recent campaign when li o took tile place of Colonel Hoosevelt In the eastern states after the progressive candidate for presi dent was wounded in Milwaukee. He discussed the future of the progressive party, declurinm- that a doctrine which had appealed to four million people in two and one-half months was bound to succeed. Speaking of state politics he Raid that certain ugencies were at work try ing to ciiuse dissension within the ranks; of the California progressives and he appealed to his hearers to stand fast In their adherence to pro gressive principles. These same agen cies were trying to create dissension in tlie next legislature. GUILTY OF USING MAIL TO DEFRAUD Portland, Ore., Dec. Humphrey, one of the liiiTihln ltlver Orchard 27. H. 11. accused Co Compnny of- tlcers, In the federal court toilay, changed his plea to guilty. This makes the second of the live men accused, to plead guilty, 11. II. AlncWharter be ing the first. w 11. de Liirm, the principal, and !. C, Hodges, hafe never heen captured. Do lairm was reported to have died in California. A. H. P.iehl, who is charged hy the govornpient with being closely asso ciated with de Ijirm in Hie operation which resulted In throwing broadcast over the Pacific coast nearly $5,000, ooii of worthless bonds, Is the only man on trial before the federal tri bunal. In this prosecution, about three hundred witnesses have heen sum moned from all parts of the north west. Tiike iidtiiiiingc of the big (uilden ltiile Saying sale. S." per cent ri'iluc tiim on all women's coats, suits, skirts, iliVMfh. kimonos sweaters) and furs. Also, men's suits nml (ivoroo;u. WRECKED MARINERS RESCUED FROM SHIP Wilmington. N. C. Dec. 27. Cap tain Could and his crew of eight men were rescued tonight from the schooner Savannah, which ran ashore on Frying Pan shoals in a heavy gale. life saveis from the Cape Fear and j oak island .nations look the men off.! The tS ton lumber laden vessel was' bound for northern port from Jack sonville. When the hfe savers reach ed Fryins Pan shoals. Captain Could and the nicmlH m of the crew had i tnk.n refuge In Ihe rigglni; of )hej schooner and had suffered from cold j anil cvposntr. . j VN TO CALIFORNIA PROGRESSIVES TAKEN ALIVE BY ERVY OFFICER Bert Dalton, Escaped Convict and Member of Notorious Whitney Gang, Surrenders After Chase Through Snow, (llr Mornlnx .linirniil Hprrlnl l.rnfA Wire). Cheyenne, Wj.Vn.. I lee. 27. Jlelt I la Hon. hank lohher. IcM.iler of the uoloiioiis Whitney kuiik that held western Wyoming) In terror it year iiKn ti in I who eiiKlneereil Hie recent sensational jailhrenk of nineteen con victs from the liuwilns penlteiitlnry, was caitureil today lit HlK I'liluy, Wj'ii., clad only 111 Ills iiliderclotlies. lie was pursued through ileei snow nil nlnht. i if Hie convicts w ho escap ed from Itawiins penitentiary tictoher ild. Inst, only one now remains at llherty. The others have either heen killed or enptiiied. lialloli was iliscov- j cr I liimpiim in a little tent in the tiinher at HIk Plney. hy Sheriff Ward. of linta county, last liiiHH. lieforc the sheriff could eluse 111 on hlin, the convict escaped, haiefooted and half dressed. All liitiht tile convict lieii with the sheriff close hchind, (inldeij only hy the sound of the fugitive lirenkinir throimh the fores) under Mrowtli. Ahutit !l o'clock, exhiiiisted, cold and hungry, I),, lion nac himself lip, elldillL; the second lueak for lih erty he hud made lu u year. 1 '.i It i hi was convicted of inansla ligh ter, for tlie killing of Peter Hansen, inarsh.il of ('okev llle, a yiar aim, mnl senteiiied to jwenty jfnrs 111 tlieien Itenliary. While awaiiini; it second trial in ihe jail nt fcjyanston, he planned a Jail delivery mid escaped, lie was recaptured and sent to lliiw lihs and the second jail delivery ot Ills l'lannlmi. occurred last Oetoher. The sliootintf of ."Marshal Hansen fol lowed an atlempt to force 1'eter (Ue soii, n farmer, to pay iiiore than ll.fiiltl tu the Whitney hand. Olcsun found a notice tacked to his Kate pus), direcHii). him in lake Jl.f.iifl down Hie road to Kvanston and drop the monev when lie came to n Unlit in the road, instead of complying, ( He sen fditlfied Alarshal Hansen who, af ter arraiitiinu with Sheriff Ward li come from the other direction, start ed alone down the road instead of t Meson, lie had not none far hefore ho was shot. Dyinsr. he accused Pert Ha Hon of llrinn ihe shot from the roadside. D ii ton denied helny in the neiKlihurh in i and hlamed other inoinhers nf the Whitney KHiiB. New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. POLICE CERTAIN OF HARTNETT'S GUILT Springfield, III.. Her. 27. That. John Hartnott, alius James X'ealy, alias Kyle, an alleged convicted hank burglar, who was arrested by the Springfield police last Wednesday, Is one of tlie two men who held up the Alton "Hummer" at lies Junction last Tuesday night, was said to lie prac tically conclusive tonight by the lo cal police and W. S. Cain, chief of detective for the Chicago & Alton railroad. Kvldenco gathered today is said to establish that Hartnett is a familiar figure in Springfield, that his visits to Springfield have been especially freipient since last July; that he was the proprietor of a sa loon in Chicago for a short period in 19111), and that he has served u sen tence in the Kentucky penitentiary. Hartnett is said to have rolihcd a bank at Hartford, Kentucky, Janu ary 22. 1 1102. I - a New pictures. Pastime and Crystal. Lungs Weak? Go To Your Doctor We have had seventy years of experience with Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. That makes us have great confidence in it for coughs, colds, bronchitis, weak throats, and weak lungs. Ask your imnuutiui nuai cAuciicuieiie iidnauwir.nir. lie Knows. Me can aavise you wisely, tveep tn close w j s Mr L m out; so that they won't leak and won't smoka When you buy a RAYO, you buy a well-made lantern the best that experts can produce. At Dmaltrt Evrywhtrt CONTINENTAL U( V t-Bmas. Batta, IIIIIMMIMIIIIIHIIIHHH LUMBER Albuquerque 423 North I Commonly ( P'tnrili.., lai;;. nlvon, I n-Keiu.i or i". ilt rheum, or nuti.o other form of eruption; but nomctlnie.i tv.ey xlst In l "tet sysiPin, Indh ute.l by fre IniiK of weakness, liinvuor, los of up. peiii?,, or eni Tal Ui'hlllty, without tfiuliig nny bmitkltiff out. They ii PxpclU J iind the whols y. tern 1 renovfttoJ, trein,'lhejted una toned by Hood's Sarsaparilla Oet It today In Uual ll(iiM form or clio, olaicd i. illicit called Sartatabs, PLAN TO REACH "General1' Rosalie Jones and Marching Suffragettes Walk Seventeen Miles Through Diiving Snow Storm, (II) U.il lllnu Jinirluil Siirrlul I r n scil Wile.) Xiverville. N. A'., Dee. 27. Alter a fourteen mile walk from Stockport in a driving snow storm, "tienernl" l:u salie Jones and her marching suffra gettes, wlio are bearing a message to tiovernor-eleet Suly.er. decided lo push on lu the dark Ibis evening for another three miles from pn,. Tree Inn to Xiverville. There is was' de cided to return to the inn for Hie night and the commissary car took them hack. In the morning they will he driven to Xiverville and from there will take up their walk again, hoidiig to cover the remaining twelve miles Into Albany by early afternoon. The weather was trying to the five marching pilgrims today, changing this morning from rain to a heavy snow. The roads for many miles were a foot deep with slush and snow. The pilgrims stopped for luncheon nt Kinderhiiok, While there, "tli -neral" Jones an nounced that the army would finish its march into Allany, Saturday. Fif ty women enthusiasts, with a brass band, will meet the tired little ai'my toniorrow at Fast Greenbush and es cort them the remaining ihree miles into Albany. Sunday will he spent in resting and it is probuble an audi ence with (iovernor-elect Sulzer will be obtained Monday. The pilgrims plan to attend the inauguration ball New Year's eve. PROMINENT ATTORNEY TO HELP DEFEND DARROW l.os Angeles, Dec. 27. Judge O. AV. Powers, a prominent member of the Salt Lake City liar, will be one of counsel lor the defense In tho second trial of Clarence S. Harrow, cbargeil with having bribed a juror in , the AIiNainara case, according to MK Harrow's announcement tonight. Tho trial is set for January 6th, but It is probuble that a continuance until January 20th will be asked and grant ed as Assistant District Attorney Ford said the state would not resist such a motion. Attorney Karl Rogers is expected to remain chief counsel for the defense. Collide in Soiilb American Waters. Montevideo. Dec. 27. The Kosmos line steamer Amasis and the Prince line steamer Austrian Prince camix into collision in tho harbor here to day. The Amasis was so badly dam aged that she sunk. She was bound from South American porta for Ham burg. Tho Austrian Prince had just arrived from New York. No lives were lost. touch with him. .1 O Ammm ("W Lowell, Mm! Don't Blow Out in the Wind WOMEN MARCHERS ALBANY TODAY They are built for rugged use. Built strong and durable. Built so that thev won't Wow- OIL COMPANY Alkvauvroua. 11 La UtT. IIHIIIIIIl Glass-Paint Cement-Plaster Lumber Co. Firt Street