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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1913.
FIVE ARE YOUR KIDNEYS M. Thousands of Mcii and Women Have Kidney Trouble and Never Suspect It. Nature warn you when the track of health r ' not dear. Kldny and 1ila.ttl.-r trouble . ,,,,. vim to pas water "It. 'ii during the, ,1 ,v ami pel up ) 1 : 1 1 1 ' times (luting the night. i nliriililiy kidneys cause lumbago, rheumi ,,,, catarrh "f lb" bladder, pain i.r 'lull i, In- In the I"" I. .1 ! nts or muscles, nt times i'i.im' heiul"ern or ln'liBiln. as tlmo passc u.ii in ti v h"v' 11 willow omili,xlon, puffy dark circles under the I'M'", sometimes I. . I ii" though "U hud heart trouble, rimy lrn plenty 'f ambition 'ut n ftrength, not w,ak unci lo"" i"1''""- If. uiuli conditions are permitted to con tinue, serious rc-iills ii ro min to follow; liniit's disease, l,,l v,'rV n","t form of kld 1M,V trouble, may steal upon you. Prowilcncy of Kidney IMsi'msc. M,.st people l lit it realize th. nlurmlng in iiii.l remarkable prevnleney of kidney While kidney disorders are tln most , omuioti diseases that prevail, they are al most llio lift recognized ly patient and phvs hl who usually imilonl llieinselvii Willi loi lim thf effects, while th original disease . ,,ni antly undermines Hi'' system. If von fed tlmt your kidneys are th ciiise f onr Hl.-I aii'sK or run (town condition, begin t,l;ug It- Kilmer's Swamp -Hoot, tlio gnat k1.1h.-V. lb''1' ''bolder ft Tno.ly, because ;n MH.'ti Hi your I Iiiiiovm Improve, they " 111 li.lp tin- olhrr organs to health. Ii miii lire already convinced thul Sivnmp ).,,, ij, whit von n 1, von can purchase the ,,-,r fillv-r.-ut mi, I one-dollar size bottles Ml nil drug stores. Umi't make nny mistake i.nt r. in. in1" i' 'hi' name, lr. Kilmer's Svvamp Uo.,1. .in. I th- nihil !!. nihghamton, .V. Y., I, miii will fi'i'l on i very hotltc. S:iniil.' Untile Sent l'r'i'. DR. KILMliH'9 SWAfflP-ROOT Kidney, Llvlt Bliddf r REMEDY. Mi tw or lhf illrllli Mini Wi(MM. I,ilali .miiiiK I if. ti Mid III-l foil wnt tt r-(.ii. -.ml t.r...ir i v , Hli.l.lrf IH t (U,i l ..I. i, Kin. h OiUII I' lirrl'l' It "( ' n in H. k, Jotnts, Wir kl,Mlll.lWIL il Idt.l, ll' I frfulnt Jl.l?r.l DR. KILMER k CO.. him.iiamton, n. v. Sold by nil DruKHiiln m t i"ii of (lin o I'lillroiuU in ilixti llmt lim mult" tluui oiii' iiillllon ptt-rpn of ;tilM it!tiic lit. liiiiir,. (..ift-t'iilm; thf I l. Il.llij- iliMI n t," A 1I.IIM-Hlllli.il Il.tHi'ill 11 1. 111,1 ih ' . -1. I -1 mill Hi, HI llll klll'W It.UMt' thlim III. .nit I .-III! II 111 l.hlllo, ll'll to thin. Mr. Il.-illi h, u Kul. I. Tin- i nilullHt wi'.it.. t.i HciiiIhh i.l.' mi, I thv v . m,. ..tt,-r to ill., rtiiiinli.-r of f.inniii-i'.f, A r.il im oiitllii.-.l for i-iti'h lioiiiliv. "I'lil.lii liv mid tin. niiilntrniinoo of tin- I'hiiinh.r nf '' . ,!',. Ii.ih runt I if ni i n u nliont J. I, in, il In ih,. list thi.-i- v-:i i m. ' ho kiiI, I. "1'i.r i-m ry ilol In r Iiiv.hIi'.I, (luii him 1,.,-n hioiiulit t.iick. "iiur most lniioitiint t.inti ll.tiiorii ;.ti" thrt on.'t of l.iil fMiit... II. lr tt ii kiiiiu tlmt . run lip iiK.ilhHt wtifii i, np, roach tlmt Ijiiko l l,lH lO l,IISni H llll, plolfMHlilllIll lllttl from ttltirh, nun, tiny mo in tircnt-.-r iitniihftM, tho Imlk of our nihritlH in fnnilii inu'itt tiiiiHV S.ilUltlni; rum-niitift-n know th.it (Joo.l .rnrs!i Ih iiiii.lf until they run Into mum, hard-hi-ail.'.l luisiiii-Mt in. -n who will ur.int i'M'1 x t liini! tlu-v h iv r.'iii iIiiik n In rri'iiw In p...tilali..n. hut lh.v will iih iii.w ihi-v nit' to he lnn.fitiil whfii miii lirliiK lii I-. oiip. -til i,.n for thf in. I wHI ma tit that H rh.lllllifr of foiuiiiiiff i-iin I.iIiik In cumin-titlioi l.ir nifi. hauls If " wants t,i. hot it a!". i run hi- M-r rff.-.-llvo 111 t(ff))InK out 1-nii.l'ftHliin." I ililoiinl N'.illci To provf thf w oii.l. rful no rlls of Swamii l:...,t you may h.iv.' fi -Kftinil hotil.. uml n honk of . ulna hie lnr.irniiitl.in. hi, III -. nt filiM.Uiti iy free hy mail. The boolt ( ontains many of tin' llouii-anil.-..f . ttfis iP.'fi'd from nif-n nml wonu n who f.uin.l Swamp Knot to h jnsl the n ni'-ily t hoy ni-filcil. Thf valiif anil niii f. of Su.imp-I!oot is mi wi ll known tint Mir reaih rs nro ml Im-iI to si-nil for a s impl.- hoiilc. Ail-.h.-s lir. Kiliiier A Co.. lllnnhamlon , N. V.. hi- kiih- to ony ymi r. iul this H.-nffoiiH offer In the Alluwiieni ne Morninu Journal. The niiin li. .m of this offer lH Kimraliteed. GRI1PIIC S10II! OF' vXmX": STRUGGLE 1 MASTERY OF MEXICO 1 nor p Tl ks o ltol III II.IMNO I'ltlW.KI SS. Sir. nil oltiMiv e il with pi. sis. propose.! co-ope la I Ion .if tin lo nml Torr.'.Ti. r eoiintv toail to Improve thf A l.ii,iui .iif - the lie A. II. life the 111 I Mali In.,, 1,1s I I a II tin toail. The people ill iiiiiiuita ins wool, I mil. he ,,1.1. DO YOU WANT TO REDUCETHE COST OF LIVING ? If yon lll-c IntoreMiil, Willi for our I illilstniteil CHtiiloi-iie, sent only upon reillli-M. Aililrcs I. . !o ;Vn, Mntloil I", l.'K AilKi'lei, aliloi iiln. havi .l this statement on his c h i ie n. t In liavelliiK: In the eioiinia ins wh.-n In- was school Min, l -lute iiih nt. Mr. Slroitp Hiiiil that 1". I., Orose, seci-.talv of thf uoml roails local, aski-.l tit 111 to lltllioiliice a tni-eliliK to he held totiluht al the ( 'omiiieirlal chili. A ilconation from Jcinox SprhiL'S w ho i i. me In the Interest of the AI I n i 'I il. -. I ut'-.l .'iiit-z load, will I,., pn-s- nt. Mr iliosf if. i iM il a Ictl. r that I tt.- Jclll.F. in i, hooflels would Ion ve there M,,ii. lay and atlive in A 1 1 . n.) iM-r-iii.. today . Mr. Slrollp tilled the pawiient of load tax. lie ix confident, he Mid. ! that the llioney W ould he expended I W isely l.v the ('utility loud clilllllliH. I don. J. II. i .irroll, assistant slate enul n.'tr, Who Was expected to he profenl, (I'd not come and rtesideiit i!. A. Kasen.an asked Mr. Slrollp iihnnt the proeies of river Improvenienl work. Mr. Hti p estenlay was nl the site where tlie state engineer's force Is (linlm; piles to protect the wet fip plcich of I he Hate las htidKe, and he li'iiorled that seventv-two jilles had hen (lriM-n. The roc and hriish to he used UK II lualtless hetween the rows of I limit already in on the Uiiuind. I y y y y y y y y y y V Y y y I y y y V y y y llv l..rnliif .li.iiriit ptt;il IfitM-d IVIr,. 1 , 4 Mexico I'itv. I'eh. Via X'el '1 I ! If iy y Dnrcnsoroil Repmis Must be Forwarded to Vein Cruz for Transmission by Cable; Con tinuous Fiiyhtin?; for Days. OVER 2,000 KILLED; THOUSANDS WOUNDED Larger Part of Victims Non Combatants; Gruesome De tails of Bonfiies M.ule of Human Codies. BUCK USERS 1 1 0,000 EVERY ONE A BUIGK BOOSTER 31 CLIMATE IS CITY'S TALKING POINT SAYS EXPERT ADVERTISER (Continued From I'npp t)nn.) ilties that t, i' lishcrman lllusti al luhettlse, he said. it has heen three years since the .in of lieiiiinK, from whieli I hall, 1 (iinmeti, ed canlns ltn hooks In Ih. Vide' (at.-t' of the puhllc prilitH," 11 k.ud, "and It i one of the few town i.f the taiiithwcHt 111 which there ha luen no geni-ral cnmplalnt of hard times In the kust inr.-e ears. us lial.li.-ll.v has I cell mainly of three. Minis. 1-irst, tree Kenernl publicity. ' such iih ilcvelotuni'iit news iiirnlHheil 1 Mich papers as will print It and fH'ii- I i ial aiti. Ick to iniiKalnes. Second. Iiald ailM-i tisiiiK. such as we arc now IiuiiiitiH in the farm journals of the iiinl, Me we-t. Third, displavn at fails'! ami land shows. i.ale III the fall of Hl 1 the Vice laesidcnt of the Kederal 1-Inht anil 1'iiwer eoiiiliaiiy was vIsitiitK that 1 (iiniiany's plant at l.ax VctfiiK. A st, 1, klioiilcr of the company told Mr. (italielle that Iii'initm was coming to the front, piimplim water lor Irriga tion, and that he ithrml.l Investittute the power plant proposition there. A half (lo.cn of thin company's export Imcxtittatcd, ami every time one dropped into town the Chamber in Cumin, ice had him handled properly. 1 don t mean -by this that anythiiut was concealeil or'the possilillilics over rated, but merely that the resources of the section were propcitly present ed to him and conditions faithfully Ii'Iiicm mi d. The ta stilt was that, the old company was hmiK'it and its hold ings transformed into a modern plant, nml lll'ty miles of transmission line 1 'iiisli u.'t. d diiriuK 1912. This com party's lunlm-l for lieininx I'm- M'l:' carried t nii.liiiu in iniirovetiicnts, and l,v the end of 1 ! 14 the company will have mole than $ 1 .1111(1. loot invested, and actcs upon acres of farm land will be developed which would other wise hav lain Idle for years. "How did th" stockholder come to i-end Mr. Chappcllo to I -1 1 1 1 1 1 ; "." Sim ply lieeaiise he knew there was. a Itirue inilse over at Ih-muiK. about piiiiipina water for in iaafioii. What was this noise? I'll! licily. 1 doubt If the man could tell how the information came to hi in. Perhaps he saw the AHui (Ueriiie papers full of lieir.InK m-ws. Perhaps he talked to someone who had I, cen drawn then by piildi. iO in another medium, "Now bt us lake up another view. Let us sav that a man is leaving New York for the Pacific coast by way of west Texas, New Mexico and Arizona, stopping at various points. What chance will he have 0! riculiriK "I in mini; '.' If liciiilni! has not been creatine a stir in advertising ilsell it would be a I'M! In 1 shot at the best, on the other hand, if Hcmms has luen availing ilsell of every oppor tunity to secure favorable publicity, he cannot pass throiiMh the section without heaiinff favorable comment about the town. In other words it pays to have many lines set. "Attain suppose that the New York ir had .lust happened to net off a train at Dcrnlnu a chance that would conic once ill one hundred thousand times. 1'liless he saw somet hints doilisV his visit would be urieventl ill. lint as a matter of fact he would see there the results of previous publicity. "This month has not only seen the contract dosed fur a It'ia.iui'i central power plant, but it has witnessed the elositiMT of a contract for the develop ment of Hi, 000 acres near licmirm by PlttsbliiKli capitalists. This company has already arraiiKed for the eo npcr- m won m: 11 vs mi i s i'i:iii i i.rt.isi.m'nr.. Mayor Sellers declared that the leg islature would puss the A lbii(iieriiie lair hill and thoiiKht that the tiurule ilarcia measure proba My would beap- ll oVeil. The mayor 'said he would like to be able to say that AlbUiiier(lio not only would Kivc liiH acres fur the fair ground, but also subscribe an amount eipial to the state appropriation for the next Tair. lie thf 11 told the status of the pariiii; bill ami bills providitm for the revision of the system nf col le.tim; occupation tax, online. fur county poor, for the adoption of the comnilssii.ii style of government by cities and the town toad lax bill. ix i:s or o-ni'SiirT mi mp,i us ni: m in ( i n. Secretary Heiiini!. who told of the work of the membership committee of lifty In paddliiK the club's roster to fill members, annoiineeil that the directors had voted to cut the an nual dues of noii-ttsident members from II a month, payable iiiaiiciiy In advance, to $1(1 a year, payable In advance. The club ratilicd the di rectors' resolution on a motion put bv Mr. Stroup. Secretary H'-ninc and President Kasemari unfolded the membership roll to show how Ioiik It was. The crowd applauded loudly. Mr. Kaseman said he had heard rumors of a Iiirrse number of em plo.ves of the Santa I'e shops beim,' dismissed yesterday and iiuiiiired of V. A. (icoi'sle, superintendent, if It were true. Mr. tleoiKo assured him that not more than fifty men had been laid off and they only for a short time, he said. A I amity Affair. Your uncle had his photo taken W'oodard's Studio. Why not 2! 1 'j West Central. at you '.' (i An Electric Iron will save your time, temper and money Your ironing can he done much quicker and heller with an Llectric Iron. Electricity heats only the face of the iron and keeps it always at a uniform tcmperalure. It does nol heat ihe handle nor you. It saves innumerable steps no changing of irons, because one iron does all the work and an Electric Iron is always smooth and clean. The Electric Iron a Real Economy A.i Electric Iron will save its cost in a very short time. You can always iron where il is most convenient by attaching the plug lo the nearest elec tric lamp socket. The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Co 1 r if. r ill tiL Crux, Feb. v), What Iiiih been occurring tlirounhoul the tciiibllc dnlinH Ihe last week still remains a mystery to the Inhabitants of the capital. It s known that l.atedo and Chihuahua ate In Ihe hands of the re bels and It is stroimly suspected thai Monterey has been iid.bil to the list ot niili-M. id. fist points. ih,. states ..r t'lii bla inn I Tlaxcala are supposed ... .i... ...i..a ti.i., I to oave same " ' i " "" J and a number of small towns here1 and there are reported to have pro-1 nonneed for Felix Diaz. The lad that! Kmilio Vasipiez Come, has again be- I come a big tiguie by virtue of hlsi J crossing the line und pi miaouing ' himself provisional president, is some- . thing known lo perhaps not more; J than 1 per cent of the public, since the censorship on InoomitiK lows Is no less rigid than on outgoing dls-i J patches. The censorship is absolute. ; y Nothirm rcfeiring to the operations Is 4 allowed t P'ss unless cleverly dls-i Ktils.-d or frankly ndiilalory of tlioj gov.rtimcin and tiiisrcireseiitlnK thc; facts. jt Sentiment l'a mis Pitu. 1 J The sentiment of the people In thei capital is strongly In favor of Felix j 4 1 Max and It Is well known that IMt 1 government has found difficulty In In ducing: several hundreds of the fed eral soldiers to ro to the (lrinf line. All the horrors or a bombardment have been experienced b the resi dents of this city for many days and to those that might he expected have been added the ell'orts of vicious ma chine gun mid rille tir(. In the streets ut a range some times of less than KM) yards. S.-arcelv a district of the capital has escaped damages. Ov r and through every ipiarter at some time shells have torn and screeched and exploded. Little round shells from the automatic pompoms have added to the terror ami destruction. Hundreds of huilil mss uttest by their hole-marked sides and wrecked Interiors to the destruc tive qliulilles of modern artillery. Thousands Killed or Wounded. Jlow many have been killed or y Y y y y V n "il .tee kOV HWHi t i . -jsr-L UUICK There is a certain prestige that ownim) your own motor car gives you in your community. There is a certain satisfaction in knowing you own a car that will take you anywhere and bring you back. It is this quality of dependability which has put 110.000 Buicks on the road, and it is this same quality of dependability which has made every one of those 1 10,000 Buick users a Buick hosier. The Buick overhead valve mo'cr has more power per cubic inch of piston displacement thru any other type of motor ever built. It costs us more to make it but costs you less to run it. Roadsters and Touring Cars, $1050 lo $1800 f. 0. 15. ALBUQUERQUE We Carry in Stock Extra Parts for All Models BUICK AUTO CO Albuquerque, New Mexico . A. A. A. I y y y y y y y y y y y y y i y y ? i ?. y y y y y : y y y y y I and th.re In that been Improvised a J hai been lighted : htca.lv Hume has crematory. ' Husband's Icaiiul I 'xpcrlcncc. ' In the basemeiit of en iipaiimcnt i house a few blocks from the arsenal j Is the grave of Mrs. K, V. Holnu s, one j of two American women killed hi , llu- early lighting I y the entrance Into her home of n shell. For three days her husband staved alone there wounded is a question which none ran " n i...- . so, . .,..,. . H H mill itiitMiiuiK "' .'.," it i" ""o" ," sutler furilur mutilation. Soldiers answer with any cxaetittid. doubtful whether even the govern ment records will ever reveal the cor rect number. From u source usually considered careful and conservative, It has, been stated the number of d.-ad is not less than 2.IUMI while the total of the wounded amounts to from S.ftflO lo ln.miil. The great majority of these tire not soldiers, but men, women and children unable to escape from the line of lire. This estimate was made after hearing the reports of scores of officers of the While and lied tioss societies, and of the hospitals, ll Is a well known fact thai de tachments of fifty and Hill men have hi en slaughtered lu te nml there at various times when caught in the nar row streets and mowed down by the machine guns. Carts piled high with corpses have been seen to he driven past n certain point to a spot In the outskirts of the city where the bodies have been burned. Kvvry morning may he seen what appear In the zone of the actual light to be piles of burn ing rubbish. These heaps are for the most part rubbish, but the odor of binning flesh tells another story. A practical, though gruesome met hod has been utilized In one place. The gas escaping from u broken main BREAKS GOLD OPENS NDSTBL S. Pape's Cold Compound cures colds hours. and grippe in a few The most severe (old will tie brok en, and all grippe misery ended aft'-r taking a dose of I'apc's Cold Com pound every two hours until three 'onseetitlve doses are taken. You will distinctly feel all the dis agreeable symptoms leaving after the very first dose. The most miserable headache, dull ness, head and nose stuffed up, fever ishness, sneezing, running of the nose, sore throat, mucous catarrhal discharges, soreness, stiffness, rheu matism pains and other dlstresn van ishes. Take this wonderful Compound on directed, wllh the knowledge thut Iher Ih nothing else in the world, which will cure your cold or end Crlppe misery as promptly and with out any other assistance or hud afrcr effects as n 25-ccnt paekage of Tape's Cold Compound, which any druggist can supply contains no quinine be-, longs In' every home- aeept no sub stitute. Tasn-s rib-e acts gently. entered the apartment where he kept vigil and before his eyes robbed the place. He managed to lind hoards and carpenter's tools and nails In Un building and constructed a i nil In Into .vhich he laid the body of bis witc He carried it to the has. ineiii and there dug and filled In r grave. The absolute cessation of all Indus trial and business activity is fast re ducing an enormous number of nmi c bataiits to a stale bordering on starvation. The more fortunate are in many cases able to lake cam of I In ntsolvcs, but the closing of tne banks has made precarious the condi tion even of Home of these, The pro visional banking instil ut Ion establish ed for American residents who l!nd themselves III difllcullies has been meeting their demands with enrreiu y. Hunger I'llccs l'opulalloii. Aside from the tjiicsiion of money, the situation has been rendered more difficult by the failuie of vegetables and oilier farm products lo rem h Ihe oily for some days, inning Ihe night, quantities enter but not nearly enough to supply the demand and nual is something Willi winch thousands have had no acquaintance lor days. Neither Hie lorees loyal to Trcduent Maib-to nor thus., commanded by the rebel, l-Ylix Diax, had been defeated al the close of lighting In Ihe center of Mex ico City on .Monday night. Nor did either side show Indica tions of giving way. The operations of the day added another chapter to Hie records of the desolation and anx iety caused by the constant bombard ment which bad lasted more than a week. The scene of the struggle re mained in the streets of the capital, which wire practically deserted by all but the military, the Inhabitants hav ing cither departed to lb" outer su burbs or taken refuge In cellars, The government maintained In ac tion throughout the day's lighting the usual number of batteries of artillery and added a heavier piece than any previously used. bale in the after noon the federal commander placed al the southeastern corner of the city, two big gnus w hb It had been Intended, for the. formications ot sauna i ru., the Paellio terminus of the T. halin tepec railroad. In spit" of these heavy pieces being brought into ac tion against Hie positions, Ida, and his lollowers appeared to have suf fered only slightly. Moiulav's Fighting Indecisive. Shot for shut, the rebel artillery re. lilted, ut times silencing temporarily the government's guns. It was an other 'lav of artillery lighting without any decisive results being fi'tlb-vcd. bate in the evening when the firim.' hail become mure or less casual, there was no reason to believ e the next day would not see a continuation of wbal had become one of the molt renin' k tible bullies fought "n the Auieri'' a illnent in recent years. Felix Ilia, had, ut tho end of lb" to petite day. suit,', .bal la holding till bis cd 1 1 . 1 1 positions and had even advaiu-'il his lines lii a number of direction, ami cspci hilly towards Ibe We-I. lie side the lieav ler artillery. It Into action during the day s,.iiu bomb throw lug pompoms, who .Hilar ioar adibil materially never-i-mtlng Hots., nf tiling. Kill., balls slipped lar out of the til l in. I .one of l.cliuiig into ail quar ters of the cil.v. file of lliem embed ding Ilsell' III the kiti bell of tile t'llll- e, si lies embassy. Many shells burst ov cr I be cent! al pal loft be oil v . ( in Hie line of lire, IT the rebel center at the arsenal towards the te.b'ial headquarters at the national palace, the desti ii.il, ,n of private and public buildings Ineleusi d i onsi.b I a bly. Al most nil the Anu'tiiaii residents took advantage id the Sunday truce to seek I . I a o o s of safety. Most ot them I el (red to the vicinity of the Culled Slates embassy, but by Monday night It be came evident that the safety to b- found there Was lo fancied than leal. I'olclgm-ls Pl-ololied If I'o-slhle. The goM l inn, til, however, Was holl os! Ill Its olloiiM not lo Involve lor elgners, I'p lo a bite hour Ibe fed oral commander bad not placed any of his bal lilies in such positions as would (Haw lire in tin- uin-oiion in in foieigneis. Some approh. io over, was felt by the refuge count of the steady adiati rebel linos. The lllsulgelll had orav.icd far out to lb. the oily npparenlly w lib thi ol, la Intng a posit ion w In-1 could iiltacl, from the Haul an by lis as Hi, hiin- s on a.'- of the out posts west I.l .bject ot e l hoy Hie ivii north ami w. a its p. ,101. Ill):', of with iii. .lo di mo a-. el;, I aiiilleiv la lb, which had kept up Ibe rebel posit ions regularity. If the rebels i eeib d Iii carrying out their II. inking movi niciil. II was only natural that the Lab ral nrtillerv should lire across at tin in. This w ould bring the embassy district tlltoiib Into line The embassy building lis. if was not more than Iwu 'blocks distant I rum the rebel outpost, (l.iieial Victoria Hiieria, i -. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 . -1- -1 n - -1 1 u f of the federal troops, Issued order to Col onel Kiiblo Navariote, chief of nilll lery. under no circumstances to use brought I bis cannon to rid the district or rebel small i sharpshooters or small groups, but 'o reserve their Hi,, for atlaektng the re bel lotiiiied position or to resist assault. IP' was actuated In this the desire lo spare the city and Inhal Hauls of as much danger possible. oioi loans lice IVoiil Cll.v. Notwithstanding his orders, which were olioVod, the w Idelicd Held of ope lailoiis wlib b. by Monday night in i In, led more than one-half of the nre i of the city, hit hundreds of bnlldliua of every character, scarred Willi l! mat ks of projectiles. II had beo.i hoped that Ibe trine which vy.n btokoii oil Sunday would be extendi' I to include Monday, but the represcii lalives of the two sides wore so sus picious of each other that all cllorts in llus direction failed. Toriiilcd by the bailie which they bad been witnessing or malty days, Ihe Inhabitants of the lower iiasi.es wore In a inure or less stiipellod condi tion tiiilay and exhibited no signs of Indulging In mob ii.ilvlly. All seem ed keenly alive to the Imminence of foreign intervention. A proUst was lodged by Ambassador lleiiiy bane Wilson with liesldonl Madoro today against the alleged mi of the chief executive Iii t , ieg la pb I il g bioailciist tin oui-'hoiit tin- republic assurances thai A mi l loan marines were march ing on Mexico lily. Convinced that inleiM in ion was h ceiiaintv, hundreds of A ii ii lit ,i tisi lied from the capital, iii,.'! of them to Vera Hie pi',, tool I, 'l of the b itll." hips there or to on outgoing steamers, lug train was crowded. Cruz, to sock I 'lilted States secure passage Kvcly on I go- Pa reel I'Osl. "I see that the evpnss companies the parcel post, raid the ind I'oKV. "How's that '.'" asked the Crouch. "They tunc reduced the tale on .runes," replied the nld Fogy.-- Cln lliliali Knqulror. TRY II! SAYS SAGE TEA DARKENS FADED, GRAY A! BEAUTIF ES RAIR Mixed with Sulphur Makes Hair Soft and Luxuriant and Removes Dandruff. The old-time mixture of Sage T"tt and Sulphur fot streaked and faded hall Is con vogii,. again, says a town druggist. It mother's treatment women and laeti, t darkening gray. ig In well known down was our grand and hundreds "I i. are again using It to (Oep their hair a g I, even color which is quite sensible, as we life liv ing in tin age when a youthful appcar llllee Is of the greatest ad VII ii I age. Nowadays, though, we don't han dle t rotiblesome task of gathering lite Huge and Ibe mU'isy lulling at home. All drug stores sell the ready. to-usc product called "Wyeih's Sage and Sul phur Hair Kemotly" for about lifty eenls a bottle. It Is the most popular because nobody call discover It has been applied. Simply dampen a soft brash or sponge Willi "Wycth's Sage and Sulphur" and draw this through jour hair, taking one small strand al a time. I lo this tonight, and by morn ing the gray hair disappears and af ter another application It Is restored to Us natural color. What delights the ladies with Wy cth's Sage ami Sulphur is that be sides beautifully darkening; the hair they say It produces that soft bistro mid appearance of abundance which Is so nltriictive; besides prevents dan druff, Itching scalp and falling hsir. Here, you gray-haired folks, get buss; look years ouht?er.