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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 6, 19t3.
FIVE hun-nr k.Sn i J -j;iir.ih Hi" w rttr: "KlniUy t,,t'fi -f I hn niiH.nr TOR Advice Arr. I cms 3a Ac, cr St Th quemioni nwiria below rm tn trl l.i chat uctr. th vmptumi ir iltm r glvrn nj th nnnwra will PtJly U cm of imlUr ntt-iur. lli'H wlehini further raf ii)rHa Dr. lUkrr, CoU-m Bldf . r.tilcire-Kilwotid Hli . liny ton. trhlo, niltv trig fif (iitri'l. aintnird anveip tr r Viy. hull nmnf and atiOif-aa muat l fivvD but only Inltiula ir fl.-fliiu narnra will b uwrl in my anawrra. 't'h preaoripdona caa ta fillml at any wll-trkrd lru al'tfa Any tlrugffiat can orUr uf whlaaalr. puhliMi attain 4iHi.ii.tn tin.) ! I lie U'lLor n-ui-r : t" y-tiir 'trui'txtut ami ttk fr t tiiit 1 1 tU'M ti nit- Hint i it kt in-ci'i ttini; t ,l1H"ii""l- Mlt' V"U ft ill n..n ti Pitiirfly ,,, .1 alt M'lna. ti t riml.lf um cna(i .,,11, hi Thin t l he '"'Hi t r a l nn-ut known (,.1 I U hhIh ! mi "in hi-h ! Mil If. f:ij' "I ntn n'r'oua. hvtrltI nrwl . iy thin. (tn t i rw"ik hut tun j i.iUr t n-Kinii my uiiniiml vitality?" Attr' Y-Mt will irrnflunllv femtln ymir !Hii;il ftt't'lUMll hy tlHinu NIUl fif tiyp't- th--x' '"iup. a ; tint nnv cud-inn'm' .....nit. I " Ml Hint luk h traaiMtoorul !:..(. in'. 1 1. liiiit i tin- hfdt mj hn it ih.it I Utn.w "f . M t I' It. u)k: y MUI- iilKl ,1 ;l. , v t h:ll I II rn Ml H'iUH' IIM' til "t urn tmuMfft wilh "in MTV 1 1. -ulis . H Ull. o,t.lI tut. If. WllHl (in?- Ti c-pi ain hi h.-li-no ttilltti tiiki'ii iruiiiniU. if tins a .,nr itti- aii'l .i' iimi m.il f tt will (frail- dlll.f'l. TUt'hV IIll.hlN hi,. H..I.I Hi thru. wmIi full 'Inft'lh'iiN fur liHim K ln;i T." writ- : " winIi yu wnild r . hi nif ri'l n r'iii"tiy f..r kulni'v and li-r h uf-if. 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"ll.l.n.' nrlh-H' "M if. f.j.t.v aff.Ttt wiih hit-.Kil is rw ..t'ft'tmlVC pn .ti th m I all h hruihictii l.n firrncrltu'd with grit aut'ip nrt tha mttnhfr i.f U'ttirn tfivivcd iluily Imm lh hun.lit'da of Miiui ful pfoplr Khn havi nA cured uf catarrh wultl Indhate Ita turatlva v.ilu. ilvi li'.m ih lruKll two ounra 'iiiftinul ia kat .f Yilant puiler, mix a lVi tfHMpooiif at With Htl nUtU'tP of Vt'l1nr or lard atnl apply well up In tha iniiilft twit i a rtnv All' mho th follow intc In cnnm-iMion with ih atiov to thorniKhlv th-MiiH. the nontnlM: l'm nun-half teimpoon. ful of th VHnn Mitvd'r t a pint of warm w a ur, urnif f t hp wuii-r through I hi no tiilH Vfial tlnica a day ami your catarrh nhniihl noioi In- ourrd To prcvi-nt ft r tuin ihiH iihoiild ho iixrd oocanit'imlly. "Tom M ' wrttia: "I nm only t wptily yiatn old hut my hit lr In faUlna; "tit vt t y r.tiildly. Mv artilp Ih rovfrt-d wuh dandruff Wiul am I do to euro it?" Antwr: Tn curt dandruff nnd at.p fall ItiK hair uf plain yfllow minyol Thla you ran at anv Wfll-Ntorkt'd driitf nt.t In 4 l ar. anil If inwd rKnlarlv It will ui anv nip ditMaw and pi 'v-ni pi fmatin f haldnfMM. Matty K'.plt havp rpttrtid 4 cute hy UMiitK two tit' thn applhatloha. 90 "J W." wrltia: "I alinuttl hr the happlext wnnmn In I In world If naild find a trm ri'mtily lt hlp me uain flmh. ! hnva tit ular ft at in. n, hut I am ai thin that 1 am hoinrly, (an yt-u rIvp a rcan ipthm ?" AhHWir: T rrcclv daily ao many Rtatlfy Irijt ltttm frtiin tiMra of ihri piain Itvpo nurlant! lahli-u. Th"n liiili lahti-m ran I) nought at any np-tn-iltit dnm aim In w jh-(t parUuK" Full direction mv k!vii. 1 ndvlK thai you hKln taking thiin at onrt and ooniimiH thtr urp for m-vral mnntha :nd you will Rain flenh. Manv pcMpln rMrt thnt a two months' tratm-nt will Im-rca-Ihrir Wfiaht from l't M :io poumU. Ilyp.i niitlain IhI.Iii will alH't Improve mn nun- pl.lon, Ktvinif yon rmty dii-ka and lip tn 1 a un ittrri-.iM'iJ wparklf (ti the ey a. 'iri wtHpk; "Tor fc'.nt viar tr-.uhlcd with rhfiituatfMtn. 1 a I ttl t pvt'fy (lllr,' hut UtcV FINMIGE MEASUR ALLEGED JOKER IN E IS DEFEATED I TIE SITE (Cmillnnl from Vngv One.) ".ill of tiiifailhful iul)- . rrliit- of lie- tin I I.e. h;lt II tl'.l .11.1 ll.lt i...l'l 111.' Vnfr: Tim Imhi km.wn iir.rrlpt.'ii f..r (h.- run- ..f I'lii'unialltiii in: J. ..11.1.. .if i.i til nl in. iliiiitm; ..itluin mill.vlulc. 4 (Ilium; ln.' ..f .!. 1 1 j i u in. I i.i ; r..ml .nHHiice mi. II.. I. 1 .. : c..inii. flul.l hjlm..il. I i it ; nn.l yrup uiniui ill. s oim Mi l.y alnikliiv wril In v uini iiiko triuiioiiiifiil ul n..-:il limp 1. ml at l.l tlni nn.l ..u lll 11 nly . t.,i,.Vp,l. Inn oiirH.l. If mu .unlinu.. lu ui... f.,r u h..ri lime. 'Trunk H." rlli: "I w tht forinulu fur a rljalile VI 11 v.M-y hi-viti' cuiaii ll.K very iihii.iyliiK." ..il.l like 10 have r-iu.li rtiri en I w lil.-li In lireoin- A nv or : f'.r t'Oui; 1 11 11 n tiling 1.. Am !..' If MoK.rllR llnri thrit.it riiliirrh an. I niv I - ' I win.. HUlfl'f Mjtn.-nlli and nam In niv IIH .I..11.. t.i hdii iwr" ' f niuki. ii.iite pnw.l.T hua;tit cukIi 11 f Thi' IkM rrniKtly thul kh.iw 1 l Ilia. .. iv inliiN? a " '."tile "f r.ii ntrnl.'.l Hf,-ur lax.'ll.. ulll, h..iii..-inu,lB ...l will fin.) full ,l,p, ilon ,, n. !.. i" tnak.. ami u. T h i nil IllM llllll ..f tl,H fill... I anrf I'liami. nifil.i-llu- ul.liilnal.k. DOCTORS HOT FOR THE SAJJITARIUM Society Adopts Resolution That Well Regulated Hospi- Are Not Menace to the of the City, '.Monday night and the physlolans un j (liTNloml tlutt It would lM. passed m the next niiTiini,'. 1 Th - .... .. ij u. nun a month hko, .'nloplfd a Himilitr rcHolntitm, Tln one Hdoptfd hiMt nlKht. howivt-i, in wiid to hf rnori lengthy. Dr. Rvrlyn Frisl,)i(. ilHt niKht wum fliiti'd in;ixurtr of thn socioiy to 111! Hit' iititxplivd torni of !r. K. (. a Vi rgin., who wt-nt to Onllup. Dr. K. J. I'tttfhin ifiid it pnpi.r on ntjirlt't fi-viT. - I.oit't furm't lliul dnli' tonlyhl f,r Hie xUatlng rink ( iith' Mght. 'Am Von Like It," I'r.vulai, litis W.. i. t;iil:ii,. Kaiiit.iriiiniH iironot 11 il.int;..- ;o H,r In'.illh ol t ho fity. W's 1 h- piii'iioi'i ofa resolution ndt.pt ''! l.y ihf nii'tlicnl soiit'ty ;it u nift't li;u li.i.l I ; 1 .- t niuht ut Ihf Coininer- (iill ('lull o In. presented to at Hie next ineetlnK, i K'li t. An oi'diminee election of fanita- niiins a, placed upon its second f"itiin; at the meetiiis of the oonnull E M TH S III STRIKER The lesuliit inn Hie -i 1 council ; lMul.Ml.ly .-i,.,y JirnliiliiiiiiK ihe CORROBORATION Of Interest It) Morning Joui'iiul I lenders, For months AUnHpHTfiue citizens !wve seen in these column enthusi itic Hiai.se of Doan's Kidney Pills by AHwiiiPrniie. .residents,. Would these Prominent people recommend a rem that had not proven reliable? M.mld uiey eonllrm their statement iifl.'i- years lmd elaiised if personal ex '"ri' n"' had not shown the remedy '" "c worthy of endorsement? The fnll I-.... . . . """inj,' Htutenient should carry ""ivi(tin to the mind of every Morn- Journal render. ' mines O'Mulley, 713 Main Ave.. t . ,v',s pSs, X. M.; says: "In 1907 i.u a. iy recommended Doan's Kid- nils and at this time, 1 can cor ''"Tiite the statftiiient I then Lnve in lr praise, I have had no further '''''I f 11 kidney medicine, as the cure 'll,u iiiis been prnmnent." Flr sale ,y ftll dealers. Price DO 'Hs. Koster-Milhurn Co., Buffalo, SihTm "'k' 80lu a,Jeuls for tho Unlted "i-iiieniher the name Doan'i and ',,c other. i FATALLY lUfoneilnhle. "I" !llle .1., !,.,,. a.. .u .,,1,1 ""' nvo ladies H'lin-el and h,.,i 'iiv of the court had a tast all kinds of lu ll each other ''id thee .,.,,.1, ,,ih.... v,, i-ii th dukt my lord!" Ail liKht; then 'orni- lecon.-lleo, "Life. I will see that they $100 Reward, $100 .... i t 1(.,H ft. rh Will It." 1'Ip.H.mI t on., ilicai .' .Ilst-asf flblt' to .'Urn In ail tin alurrti. H.iII'b i aliill-li fil-i 'fvi. i.iir,i now kii.mn I-. tin- ncil t iiiiinh lii'tnir a (Hjiiviiiiiiiuiii.t a ciii.itiiti..mil tivatiueat. ('nr.. U til ken Int. rni.llv 11,-lir.l. the l.li,!,,) anil mili-ouM MefaroH ef tb.-r, l,y liMr.ylii th.' f..iniilal. n ii.l Hivinir 111.' eall.'lil Hllvii'Mli .aittllltii.n nn.l asiiistiriff i.:. Its M.,rk. Tin t.ria.i-i..t..rH hiiv tn t ...li-nlU,. ,h..u 1 1 M m. Ii ,-, i.,r fl,r , ,,. n)at j, ' S. I..I (,,r list ,if t..stliu.illli.la. ' J- ' ui'M.v u en., Till..!... o. -j , ''",t::'l n. 7r.'. m Hall ;"''llv n lh, j,. '""'I! "n ihe First Shedding of Blood Occurs in Connection With Walkout by Garment Workers in Rochester, (Bjr Mnrnliif Journal flpriu1 Iturd Wire.) Itoehester, N. Y., Teb. 5, The first shedding of blood In vonneetlon with the strike of garment makers, which has spread from New Vork to this city and Boston, txeurred hert3 todny when Valentine Sa liter, proprietor of a clothing Khop, fired one shell from a shot gun Into a croud of strikers who, were engaged in a demonFtration In front of his place of business. One Kill striker, Ida I'raeman, aged 17, was killetl by the shot, and two other women ami n man Were injured. Sauter employs about forty ma chine hands and Too strikers went to his shop this afternoon 111 an effort to persuade the operatives to walk out. .stones were thrown freely tn the demonstration. Sauter fired from an upstairs window of the shop, the pel lets scattering among the crowd of slilkers. Miss liraeman died almost instantly. The police arrested Sauler. lie is charged with murder In the first degree. More arrests will b made, the police "say, on t barges of ilotirg. vldlnK for the re lie officers. (senate, lilll 78, by Mr. Kulzer. pro Vitnng certain iiunliflcaUoiis fur voters ut bond elections; unfavorably. Senate Hill 83, mi act relative to In lane persons; favorably. Senate Hill 89. by Mr. Holt, re In live to condemnation pi oeet dlngs by cities, favorably. Senate Hill ftO, by Mr. JCvaits, to prohibit gambling In any forms,; un favorably. Senate Hill 91, to amend Section 9 of Chapter lii of the acts of the thir-ty-Klxth assembly relating to jury venires; favorably. Senate Hill 94, l.y Mr. Holt lug to seals and the validity knowledgemenlK; favorably. Senate Kill 95, by Mr. Molt, relat ItiR to the service of wrils uml ven ires; favorably. Tln Scimt.. The senate wad called to order ut 10 o'clot k. The journal was read and approved and .Mr. McCoy Introduced communications relative to the com mission form of government tor roiin tiea from Torrance County Develop mtnt association, and to salary reg ulation, which he asked to be re ferred to appropriate committees. They were not read. A communication from John C. i'.aker, asking that tho .New Mexico legislature follow the action of the California legislature In indorsing an Asiatic exclusion act, was read and referred. The following bills were Introduced and referred: Senate Hill 9, by Mr. X.ivarro, creating the county of Coronadn out of part of Quay, I'nion and Mora con titles. Senate Hill 97, by Mr. Navarro, a fence law. Senata Hill 98. by Mr. I'ankey, relative to franchises nnd retniirlni-' that a referendum vote thereon be submitted to the people when Issued or extended by nay city. Senate Hill 99, by Mr. Paiikcy, re lating tt the conduct of elections. Seriate Hill 1 ( 0, by Mr. Harth, re lating to slate parks and creating two such. Senate Hill int. by Mr. HinUle. au thorizing municipalities to construct streeis and other sin h Improvements and assess the cost against the own ers of abutting property and upon street car line using the streets. Senate Hill 102, by Mr. Walton, prohibiting Uirlals within half a mile of any dwelling or well. A message from the house was pre sented, announcing the passage of Mouse Hills 12, creating a normal school at Clayton; 3:'. lixlnt excess railroad fans; 3. reunirinir the an. poliitment of women on state Insti tutional hoards; 38, n bounty net; fill and fa, ceding jurisdiclion to Ihe I'niled Stales over the Kurt Hayard reservation and the Santa. Fe Na tlonul cemetery; House Joint Ilesolu lion 10, ratifying the proposed amend ment for direct election of senators, !l)d House Joint Itesolution 9. for the payment of certain expense of the aicusotl (n connection with the bribery scandal last year. The senate then resolved Into enm. mlttee of the whole and later recessed until 2 o'clock this afternoon. Afternoon Stsion. Reconvening after the recess, the senate again resolved Itself into com mittee of the whole and Senator Holt spoke strongly for the retention of the clause eliminated by the amendment. lie declared that this had been agreed upon by the committee last year und that It had only been kept in the bill after the fullest discussion and con sideration. Senator Crampton declared that the clause named gave the treasurers dis cretionary powers, to w hit Ii he hail always been opposed. He said that Ihe safeguards In the bill were amide and need not be strengthened l.y giv liiK the treasurers these powers. "This amendment takes away the op portunity for hanks or treasurers to piay pontics," ,lu ..nij whl,(, j THE FEBRUARY STAR$ Venus the Most Interesting Feature of the Evening Skies This Month; The Moon's Vagaries of Position. The most Interesting feature t.f Hi,, evening sky this month I Ihe planet Venus, the brilliant Mar w hli h shines so brightly In the sonthweal. Ji e,tn not fall lo attract the attention of any one who glances upward. This month It nearly attains Its greatest possi ble brightness, mid before the month ends It can be seen In full daylight, The only difficulty In finding it is to know precisely where to look. One good way Is to stand on the eat side of a wall running north and smith at the time the planet Is due south and look up il Ihe proper height. Thus on the 12th (he planet ciieses the meridian at 2:52 p. in., on the th at 3:43 p. m. Its height .. I... e the horizon nn the former dale Is d tie Kress, on the latter date kl degrees. If one has un engineer's, trnnsit or vther Instrument reading aliunde, he can point ll to Ihe rluhl position. As only a rough estimate Is neeesvuy It Is sufficient to look at the height about two-thirds of the distance from the horizon to the ictilth, at about 2:45 to 2:50 p. m. On any i b ar day the last half of the month the planet should be folind by fateful looking. In March it will be a little easier to find, as the planet will be hi,;h. i and a little blighter. In the telescope the disk appears this month as a half circle, like the moon at first tputrter. The disk Is nar rowing and ai the same time Is a soil if a circle Increasing In diameter. The narrowing, Just as In the c.ie of the moon after last qilurter, Is be cause the planet is sooon to pass be tween the earth arid sun, when Its illuminated hemisphere will be turn ed away from the earth. The increas ing size of the disk Is because the planet Is coming nearer the earth. The movement of the planet from evening to evening Is apparently complicated, since It Is the result of the planet's movement around the sun and that of the earth combined. We view it In motion trout our sta tion on another planet which if also moving In a path somewhat similar hut at a slower rate. The fun seems also to be moving because of our motion nlone. The planet for many weeks has seemed to come out from the sun and each evening to lie far ther to the left of the sun than it was the evening before. It is now re- duclng its speed, and on the 12th the planet and sun will be moving at exactly the same rate, Hie planet hav ing reached Its greatest distance from the sun. After the r.'tlt the planet will move slower than the sun, thus al lowing the sun to overtake It. At the same time It will go northward, get ting higher In the sky. On the lath the moon will be near the planet, actually hiding It as viewed from some positions in our southern hemis phere. The Important question of the time of rotation of this planet is still un decided. The difficulty Is to detect any murk on the tnirfnce of the planet which can be watched it" it p. m. turns Opinions now- are divided en the question whether ll lulus on Us nxis In about twenty-four hour as the eailh does, or hut elite In lis path about the sun, as the moon In Its path about the earth. The que, ilon U an Important one, for if one half of the planet Is in sunlight and one-half in perpetual darkness, the physical state of the plant t must be very peculiar. tliUS sets on the 1st t ft..", 5 utid on (ho 28th at 9:3(1 p. rn. Saturn Is still ions.cuou, nnd may be found lilgh In the south as koon as it Is dark enough, between toe 1'lcl. ade nil. I the llvades, the two chief Kroups lu the constellation Taurus. The rings are Inclined 24 degrees to our Hue of sight. in the H'.th the planet s exactly 90 degrees ?n( of Ihe sun, It hets on the lsl at a. in., on the jsih at I2:IS n. m. The moon will be near ll on the 14th. I'rom some parts of the earth farther smith the moon will pass directly over some of the stars of Ihe Plei ad. . The telescople plancl Neptune Is In gon, position for evening observation, bur Is uninteresting even in large telescopes, as IIS disk Is so small as lo be hardly distinguishable from a Kta. lu the direcilon of the sun approxi mately are tile planets Meiiury, Mais, Jupiter und t'ranus, none, then fore, favorably situated for observation. Tile moon this mouth, as all through the present year, will go far north of Ihe equator and two Weeks later lo ail equal distance souih of the equa tor. This month, when the moon is first .en a few evenings after new moon tin Ihe (ith, It will have crossed the equator going north and two days after first quarter, on the 1 4 1 It. or on the 1 ht h. will be only 13 degrees from the zenith. Kadi succeeding night Its path will be lower. At full moon, on the 21st, It will lie near the equator and at last quarter, on the 27th. It will be 28 degrees south uf the equator and move across the sky low' In tho south. february the stars known as the winter eoiiKlellations are ut their best position and make a brilliant dis play, particularly In the south. In the early evening, high In the south are Taurus and (lemlnl, while Orion is lower and Canls Major In the south east. Auriga is north of the zenith, Andromeda and Perseus farther west. l rsa Major Is east or the merii:!.;:-. In the north, the bowl of the Ureal Dipper now appearing above the handle. The sickle In Leo, rising in (he east, Is the early fori runner of the spring. In (he month of February the as tronomical signs of the coming spring are always noticeable, chiefly the northward path t.f the sun and the consequent lengthening of the day and the shortening of the night. The day gains 1 hour. 10 rninules In Ihe 28 days assigned (his shoricsl month of (ho calendar vear. CREAM A pure, Grape cream of tartar baking powder Makes Food More De licious and Wholesome No Alum-No Phosphates Care must be taken to keep Alum from theFvoJ Prof. Atotvo Clark, of New Yorki "A substance (ih tn) wliL-h tan derange th moiiiikIi ,ouj n) i,c tlcraud t i baking powder," Prof. i. W. Johnson, Yale Ciilleue: "I reuirtl their ':.!.. n tnJ tulul.le thimina salt) iniroducl.un inlo baking powder a nut danucrou to health." Read the Label on the can. Unless; it hcvs a cream of tartar ingrcdk'nt dun't buy the powder s I Chewing Gum Newton's Brands A WESTERN PRODUCT FOR WESTERN PEOPLE thi: ititarr sour tn, 01 n its i . i .-. IN M( M'l ltll VI i m:iti' ri iti i linn lllaiuharil, to the judiciary toiiimit. KTWKlXCf STFKI, MVS III TI US TO FACTOIUI'.S. Pittsburgh, Pa., Feb. 5. The strike, at the liaiikln and Hraddock plants of the American Steel Wire Co.. a subsidiary of the Fulled States Steel corporation, ended today. Thomas Flynn, a national organizer of the American Federation of Labor, in an address late today advised the men still on strike to return to their Jobs If they could secure them. Deeertlons In the ranks of the strikers had left less than two hundred men out. Household Economy Hon to Hare Beat Cough Syrup aad Save $3, by Making It at Hour. Don't forget that dntp tonight the skallng rink Couple Night. . for i.i i - I ami,' Villi C-c euo.ilij.1 Hull. Compensation. "Well, Hill," said the temporarily retired burglar to his pal, "there's one thing we oughter be thankful for here in the pen." "What's that?" raid Hill. "We ain't bothered much dodgln' or termobiles or worryln' over the high cost o' livin'." said the T. IS. H. Harper's Weekly. "As You Like It," Crystal. Cough medicines, as a rule, contain a lare quantity of plain ayrup. Jf y,ni take one pint of granulated supar, add 'i pint of warm water and stir about z riunui.es, you nave a good syrup ai money could bur. If you will ihea put 2,i ounces of Pinex (50 cents' worth) in a pint bottle, and fill it up with the Sug-ar Syrup, you will have as much cough svrup as you could buy ready made for SZM, It keeps perfectly. And you will find it the best cough syrun you ever used even in whooping cough, ion can feci it Uke hold ii.n. ally stops the most, severe cough in 21 uours. n is just laxative enough, has a, good tonic effect, and taste is pleasant. Juke a tcaspoouful every one, two or three hours. It is a aplenditl remedy, too, for whooping cough, croup, hoarseness, asth- iint, eiiest, (wing, etc. Tinex is the most valuable concentra ted compound of Norway while nine ex tract, rich in jruaiacol and all the healing- pine elements. No other prepara tion will work in this formula. Tiiis recipe for making- cough 'remedy with Pinex ami Sugar Svrnp is now used and prized In thousands of homes in the United States and Canada. The plan has often been imitated but never successfully. A guaranty of absolute satisfaction, or money promptlr refunded, goes with this wi. lour druggist lias I'inex, or will i-t. it for vou If not. send to 'the l'iuex Co., J?t. Wsjue, lad. do not Imply that the gentlemen In tend to play (hat game, yet that Is a very good reason for adopting the amendment. It lakes (he bunks out of politics for all time I'm speaking plainly, gentlemen, but If you have ever seen a bank fight you know that there are no principles Involved lu it It Is simply a mutter of money. This ac fi.it'eN (he treasurers to tin their duty, provides them with safe guards and destroys any interest any bank may have in hacking the elec tion of any treasurer." Un an aye and nay vole," Senator Holt's motion to reconsider the amendment was lost, 12 to 9, the democrats, progressives and Messrs. Ilfeld, Hums and Crampton voting against the rest of the republican majority. After another amendment or two, the bill was repot ted favorably ly Ihe con.milteo of (iie whole, and was read u third time in run, pre paratory lo Its passage. The major ity succeeded in un clloit to have it made u special order for next Mon day ut 2:30 p. in. If the three re publicans interested in its passage stand pat, it will pass without the In sertion of Ihe clause removed by the amendment. After the recess, the senate re verted to tho order of introduction of hills, nnd tho following were Intro duced: Senate I'll II 103, by Senator Mabry, limiting i the commissions which may be charged by loan brokers. Senate Hill 104, by the finance com mittee, the county salary bill. Senate Hill 105, by the linance com mittee, the district attorney bill. Tho seriate then read twice by title all the bills reported to it from the house this morning. The Luna resolution of condolence was taken up under u suspension of the rules and adopted. Senator Evans was tho only man to vote against it. When the Joint resolution relating to the direct election of senutors came up, Senator Harth moved a suspension of the rules for Ita imiiit dlate consid eration, but was voted down. A second message from the house was reported, announcing the adop tion 'if u resolution protesting against the cession by the Pueblo Indians of their lands to the United States. Un tier suspension of the rules the seri ate adopted this resolution, 18 tn was Introduced by Mr. Chaves!, provid ing for an appropriation m eovcr the dcllcic ru- of the cariNussing board Mliich handled the returns of Ihe first state, election. H was rallied under suspension of the. rules. Tho following bills were Intionnccd and referred; House Hill 117, by Mr. l.uvato, giv ing each legislator the right to name one student al ally of the state insti tutions w ho should be boarded, lodged and (aught tree. House Hill IIS, by Mr. Cuiron to amend Section 22, of Chapter 55, of the ltPili laws. House Hill 119, by Messrs. Moreno and Llewellyn, relating to the elec tion of I oards of education. House Hill 120, by Mr. Lopez, simi lar in general intent to House Hill I 17. House Hill 1212, by Mr. lingers, the marriage law introduced yesierday in ihe upper house by Senator Fvuns. . House Hill 122, by Mr. TrnJIIlo, amending Section 1, of Chapter 4, of the 1907 laws. House Hill 123, Ihe nuance com mittee's salary bill. Ihe following committee reports weio made; Hy the Judiciary committee: Hoitst Hill 45, favorably; House Hill 02, amending Section 3, of Chapter 9, of 1907 lais, favontbly; House Hill 88, the Koswcll fair bill, favorably; Sen ale Hill 10, lixlng the time of court In the Kighth district, favorably; Sen nit! Hill 71, ceding Jurisdiction over Ihe inula Fe national cemetery, fa vorably; Senate Hill 30, prohibiting the mutilation of records, favorably. Hy the linance committee: House Hill 35, providing for a representation by ,ew .Mexico at the Gettysburg cel ebration, favoral ly with amendments. House Hill 51 was recommitted to Ihe committee on state affairs. House Hill 55 prohibiting the carrying of concealed weapons, was committed wilh u substitute proposed bv Mr lee, Out of ila regular order. House Joint Itesi lutein 12 was taken up by con Bent. This Is H,e I'ueblo Indian reso lution and was Immediately passed under suspension of the rules. i r. Cain. n und M. C. tie llaea spoke In favor of (he measure. The vole was unanimous, 4.1 lo u. The district attorney bill, .House Hill 114. was introduced at lhl point by consent. House bill 5, providing for the completion of the Camiiio Ileal from Albuquerque to H.iHla Fe was passed, but the appiupi latlon feature of Ihe bill was cm out. Messrs. tie Kaca ami Tucker were (he only members to vote against it. The work Is lo be done by (be state highway t oininis. tlon. This bill locates the load by way of Cerrlllos, San 1'cdio, Hidden. San Anloiillo, Sun Antonio and Ti.lt las canyon to Albuquerque. House Hill 57, providing for the paving of the streeis surrounding the capllol grounds, was passed, 3tl to 7. House Hill fij was passed, 41 to 2, requiring the slate highway commis sion (u complete the Scenic highway from Sull tu Fe to Jats Vegas. House Hill fcs was passed, appropri ating H2.0IM) for a bridge across the Itlo 1 in mli- (it Fscoiiillilo, Socorro county, nils bridge will shorten th. Traiis-Coulinciilal Auto route aboiil liflv miles. House lull 87, appropriating money to pay for the printing of ihe gov- Trior's message, was passed, 4 1 lii I. The stale affairs eommiHee recom mended the passage ,.f House Hill 3:1 and li)3, providing appropriations of 130, OuO each for displays at the Sun Diego and un Fialielscn e.vposil ions ill 1915. X m Trail If al Hot, "Children ale not lo ! , all, ,1 sin- pill Just benl use they l',.il lo 11. .tun things and lo giasp i.ip.iriiiiiii..H it.nl appear pi. un 1. 1 a school p a. bei child a picture arms, ami the ant thing wrong t;-year-ol, , liil.l "I (each I'll' ' (heir Cillers, . "show a 3 of a pel's. .n child will ti. wit It Ihe p. Will notice (I. .f (he lower .ti l I writ VCir-obl w II bout I ii. II. e Ml-'. A l't a public school. The other tl.iv I had Ihe class in aillhiiieiie nut d wn the Human numerals from 1 to 12. To my great surprise, the most backward child In the room was ilrst to Unlsh (he lask, and his paper was absolutely ci.rrei i. Thi." boy tvi.s considered dull, and he was two vcau (m. i,l, in be in (his grade. " 'Very good, William,' 1 said; 'how did you manage lo do 11 so quickly?" " 'I copied 'em olT I he clock, ' he answered. "lie was the only pupil lu the room In notice (Ins chance," Clcvcl'n.l I'lain lieabr. Irresistible Alliaclion. Hrlggs I understand that Hudger fell III lot,, wilh the girl he man led at Ilrst sight. Crlggs Yes; when he ilrst saw her she was making u fat deposit In (hit Savings ha uk.--I lost on Transcript, THIS.WILL INTEREST MOTHERS, Slollwr t)rj s Bweot I'iiwiIms f..r Uiil.lmii, a Cfr'.no rtiirf fnr rtrrruliut'M, llcnunirm, Hid fttotr.Rrh, Teething 1 Haortlera, move ami rrg.ilftit ID annul! Stat pdstruy WnrttK, Thrv liimli up t-enlt IQ V4 tl. urn 'l liof aio (! plrnlllllt tn til Ui ClilUirn iikr ihnn. Ovir 1o,ohj tr!!n,iHet:a. I'm.l liv th.lhi't r.ir 4 feint. ntetr fmt. Sol. I lu all i.iwi".l. YV. Mamnl n, I. U It U Lit. Aildrcii, Allru H. Oluiiti.il, i n Hof, H. I. HI I 1 HUCWSi IV l I s luscrss i:mi'i.oyi: m viti.k Santa Fe, Feb, 5. Many republic an mem hers of the house held a t tin leieiiee In the supreme coiutroom (o night. They discussed Ihe employe 1 . a I, "will you few minutes? question nnd other mailers, rived at no conclusion. but nr- Ibm'i forget Dial dale tonight the skallug rink ( ouple Nighi. for New pictures. I'astime. Hi inc. "Mall," he plead please ipilt talking for I am trying n Hunk." "I call (aik and lllitik," she peev ishly replied. "I can't understand why mi are Hot able to listen to me und lliink," "1 i an. i inly (he (bines I think While I'm lisleiilng to you don't gel Ine iinvlhiim " - Chicago lieeord-lli'l aid. OTERO VOTERS WILL HOLD SPECM ELECT! Good Way to Do Business j. ii. It then adjourned to meet ut 2:30 p. in. tomorrow. The House. The house was culled to order at 2:30 and after attending to the usual routine heard the speaker's announce ment that he had signed the income tax resolution passed two days ago, and House Hill 13 authorizing judges to rent chambers. ' The full crew bill was Ihe Ilrst or der of business, being a special order for todiiy, H was read in full and passed unanimously, Messrs. Outrun, House, Manaanurrs, I'adillo and Toombs being absent. The logging bill. House Hill 40, was recommitted after a brief light. Ibis time going to the Judiciary commit tee. Two petitions front .Mora county) i asking the enaction of a herd law, vve,ru read. A house Joint resolution I O'lilellt Orug Co. Sell Itellabb Ueniedy ut Hull'-I'rlee ami Guarantee a Cure. When one can buy, gold dollars for fifty cents, it Is a good time lo pur- Chase, In ordering a 60u bottle of lr, llow- 4. lard's celebrated specific for the cure of constipation and dyspepsia ut 25 cents, (hey are giving one of (he greatest trade ' chances ever offered to the people of Albuquerque. If food tloes not digest Well, If there Is gas or pain In the stomach. If the tongU!' Is coated and the breath bad, if there is Constipation and straining, l)r. Howard's specific will cure you. If it docs not, you have the J. If. O'Hlelly Drug Co.'s persona1 guarantee to return your money. Dr. Howard's specific gives quick relief nnd makes permanent cures of constipation, dyspepsia and all liver troubles. These are strong statements, but the J. H. O'Hlelly Drug Co. are giving their customers a chance to prove their truth at Just half the regular price sixty tpises f.r 25 cents. If (hey are not found (rue, all you have to do is to ask for your money. , Commissioners Authorize Vole to be Taken March 29th on Establishment of County High School, IKfireliil CorrrniHHitlr nee lo lnrti:ns ,!iuimnl Alaniogoido, X. M., Feb, 5.--The board of commissioners of this cuiinly has order, d an election to be held throughout tile fifteen precincts of (lie county, on March 29th, for the purpose of voting on the question of eslabllshing a count." high school In Alaiiiogordo, A petition having the number of signatures necessary to Uuthorize the election was presented not long ago lo the board. The estab lishing of county high schools In coiiiiliis having a population of more (han 5,000 wuh provided for by an act f the lirst state legislature. The cre ation of a county high school here will he not only a great beneiit to the children of school age of the entire county, but will also be a gnat relief to the tax payers of ibis school dis trict. Alamogordo Is now maintaining high school for practically the whole county and carrying all the ex pense, if the proposed measure car ries In (he election nn.l a county high school Is founded here, the expense of nialnlenanee will be distributed among all Ihe school disirlets. !ftlfe:Elll!fe!SSli.t liMtiiaO IMMIifflllill w.,1 .WS ,,-. '.,... ',- T Don't forge! that ilalo lonight Ihe skating rink Couple Mgltl. for DH.aO for l ai h Sit. HO for Any Two Stl.r.O for All Three Ladles Home Journal (Monthly) Saturday Fiealng I'osl (cel,l) Ctiiinliv Gentleman (Weekly) Head the Country (I'llllcnuiit Ai l Ii li s DiM' iislng: The Increasing Cost of flood Milk Hellerlng Kni.il Conditions For the I'ouHryniun I (' InbTcsl to the Hanker. Order Today, of V. V VOKSTKOM, ICoiuii mi, X. T. Airnljo Itiiildlng. or 1". O. 15ox 01. ALBUQUERQUE CANDY KITCHEN 2I S. Second. Next door to. Crystal Theatre, esli Candles ami I'ttt'e lee Cream Fvery lay. WIIOLKSALK AND Hi:TAll..