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ALBUUUtRUUE MORNING JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY. MAR"" 19. 1913.
Are You Subject to Hen li Minplo Mill Of ('WH nu ll InndNttl) HiToi-o li lie-conic- t In utile. v rj ftn i pit w tin i ii u 1 1 tii without soma Hmo r other being t r ' 1 1'!'1' with onstip iiiim Thousands Injui'v im-insi in cr pj tne us t strong i i . i i'i i pull mim i a i wui rt iiiik i hi I slmNnr things. They lii tem-j iMirin value in some raw! it Ih true,! tint h K""l tfftl if toon ii.ni, unit I tli. nun one taker of tin in tin l.-s, rttt ctlVe tin y bee, one. phvsie T iiri;alhr In seldom ' necessary, :nni Molt better and moral ii i ; onenl results in be obtained i ui i. . n scientific rrititd) Ilk Dr. Caliluolln Hvrup I'cpsln. It d iii in iiiml .i hlvfh Miiiiiiiiinu In. i i what It Ih I'cpri rented .i l' III lu .itl medicine. It ml' i ih a thouaanla of mothun (i tllti Infante, iiinl yet II In xi notindcd, and contains such i iiigi.-dlents lli.it it will bavt ' food effect when used li .i i 1 1 rlnf from the vv oi -t ohrn ntlpotloOi in fin i. among th,- i'S in Dt III! 'Icllllltc equally person iii rani unit- are .id rtd for benefit fi endorsers "t Hyrup p psin . i-l v neagdo wlui run e tufft i ' l all I fulltlil nothing In i until thty tnnk By tup r n .i f;n i tint mlllloni of tavt Rj rup Pepsin constat bout, homes like thong g I, Prultt, Berea, Kv . win i'-i ii strengthened and cleansed hen way of lorn th.it Kin- mi quickly relieved pot n severe voiikIi whit li bad troubled well, 4 for month. The special value 111., mi' this craad Intuitive tonic It that 'mailed MAYOR ORDERS ALL BUCiANN TRASH DUMPED OUT OF CITY h Placing of Waste Material On Vacant Lots About Town in Future; Hundred Loads to Be Hauled Today, Mayor i C. B. Sellers yesterdui "iiiricii th.it hgronfter '" Uturti (ball i'i? dumped niitKiiir the i ity llmlU and not mi vacant lots or open spin c- Ih iim i- iiiimiv to tin dumper. Thin nl, r Is called forth by the fact that various w i'Ii-iim'.i niiiK poraont iragtor ,ii ami Monday attempted to assist in Ih? spring pleah-'up to which Albu ilutnjM in inins; treated i. hanitna trash from lln ir prtRtlttl tO tli- must convenient vacant lot and there da potltini n. Henceforth the order on thta li all uccordtrui o the maVor. Tin. teams provMod by the city m haul tin trath away, provided It U put into the uflejt in fill.' the) rook th.it particu lar point mi thiii rounda, hut they mi. not going to attempt to clean up tin. vacant lots, llott of thete were clean anyway until the aforetaid dumping ami commenced, as a rttutt it laxt yaar'i cleMup mid Kubaequent trlngent regulationa, Those who "ant to haul thnlr own trash must go untvtde the olty to dump It Vi sti rday forty -eight Inails of trath were hauled out, Monday the record was thirty-ix. Today the street i nimlnnliini r and his men expect In gel rid of inn inadH. the clean-up is In, biggctt i'1 the history of Alh'i- iiuerque. Oroat Water pollt in Idaho," lhhd "f I'athi ' 'Hi , Ann ri' a Kilsf scrlex, LU MON, HERE SINCE "65 AND NEVER DRUNK BEFORE, IS FINED: ii Mnn protestei ink," hut Patn who arrested th h W. IUH-1 Monday niKht, said he was. Green IVatson, jailer, said that Lu Mun kept him awake all nlfhl by yellinK. This he did, the Chinaman explained, be ' BUSe he was iingry at being jailed. Lu Mnn told Vaughn, when he was habited, that he had been In the I'nlt ed Slates since IKH.'i und had never before been arrested for drunkenness, ii, admitted (o Judge Craig that he had taken several "dllnks," mid the .indue thought he overestimated his capacH . No woman should have poor, thin, fuggy hair, and no man need be come bald, four hair and final bald ness ale due tn tile dandTUff germ. Newbro's Herpieide vylll destiny 'b'liilrufr and stop the hair from ffttt Ing. further evidence of this is fottnd in u letter from Mrs. V. Xeil Son, of Tomah, Wis. She s.ns: "1 fought the worst kind of dandruff for nine years. I have been using Herpieide now one week and my ip is healthy, the dandruff has anil the ItChlng has stoppi'l It best remedy I'm sealp diseases I .., .B-s.iw , .in, I I have tetn many. I,, ,ftat subjeet yourself In disap- I'iiti.gV"' '""' evl'ens, I., a. . . itingj IN AND WOMEN CAN SAVE Constipation 21 9 Mil rui m 1 llllt-taSting like harsh ii ml in i( .mil bowel thoii work inilil Thi fan STICKS F SUNDAY'S FIGHT Swiss Remains Prisoner in County Jail; Account of Bat tle With Alleged Hold-Ups Remains Unshaken, Otto Kin i. m. urn. iii iii pending .in I InvesttotUoii of the killing of Luis Uenai Mi i ami the woumiing "f (tafael i Parens and Prutiencio Garcts Sunday I eienini;, nlii l.- in his nton nt tin-fatal affair, at told in M lay's Horning j Journal. Huckmunn was cnw-iiies- tin mil by rndorslvertff Dick Iewii yosterdny, but hi account of tin- iat il, remainid just as he told it hefore. Mi tt asserted that he hmi been ttt upon ami had iln in- all III. shimtlnu in telf-defense, while imhk on hi? back in the road here tin- fight took place. Parens and Qarela, the nu n whom hi' wounded, am exBeetad In recover. Dare lu, ghol through the i. ft lunn:. has shown renin rkn hi,- recuperative power and is considered isfe unless pneumonia sits in. Pargns was less Mrlougl) wounded. Benavtdes, the member of Hie viarty who was silled, was buried yesterday in the San Jose TRAVEL PICTURES IN CITY BEING GOT BY LYMAN HOWE CONCERN elks til if this i city mid lnts of ii In 1 1 l. in tl biuati i ui rre, the pi site nl Xeri i other photoi for A pie o daily ny nt VI has feat if the nil San Peltl i Ll All' of I ijuerqu terest tie will P ii. TO OWN ST0R1 0 THEIR HAIR WITH HERPICIDE something eiai good" ill Newl tt Ih Jt nl dt These Dff'hrandp may pastibl why take Champs? Thi original dandruff germ StWays be obtained. It of the scalp almost in: Niwhro's Herpieide In lie gOOd, ,Mlt genuine and lestroyer ean stops Itching nil' and tl,M sizes is sold by all dealers Who guar- adtt e it to do all that in you are nol satisfied your be refunded. Send lu, in postage or sample and booklet lo Thi Co., Di pt ll , Detroit. Mlcl Applications' at good ha J. H. o iticliy Co., BPec d. if will diver for Herpieide POCKET VETO IS NOT TO BE B El McDonald Says He Will Not Let Any Bills Fail By Limita tion; Has Signed or Rejected All Legislature's Acts, r.i. i in thi iillcstlnlllhu taken UUMtJ Ion of to nil slon niii be cnllei consider Ih, sulari i- ws.) tn ni am of hi it u. inn ranch in 'turn l" s.in ' nest wei-u ii ins physl- Ollld aeiom- !ll till' I'llS,.. do, tor Ih to M. E. MEN'S BANQUET IS ATTENDED BY OVER 100 Mini' than mo men attended the uumtutt given last night at the Meth odist Episcopal church parlors. Third street and Lead a,nue. Tile It, Alonso 8. Bright was toastmaster. The program was as follows! "I'enteioHt and (ither KeVlValt" J. Clark. "What Is a Revival?" J II Ware. Conditions of a lte Iva I" - It. S. 1 1 wens. "Sundaj Hohool and the Revlval"- ll. s. Uthcow. r With tin EASTBOUND MAIL'S ENGINE BREAKS DOWN DELAYING TRAINS N was an In ' No. 4 ran ' t or I he si i i lime this NEGRO JAIL BREAKER WILL NOT RETURN TO TEXAS VOLUNTARILY sid Johnson, negro, who Monday confessed to chief of Police Thomu McMlllIn that he broke Jail with seven other prisoner at AmnrUlo, Tex., yeB- ttrday said he would not return to Texas unless extradition papers were served on him. Chief Mchtlltln received a telegram from lb, sheriff at Amarllln yester day morning, asking him In deliver Johnson m SI Paso, Johnson then re- fused to go. The Chief wired the sheriff that Johnson would not go. but had lint received a reply last night. DECISION LOOKED FOR IN CENTRAL HEARING SOMETIME THURSDAY Ii ii. i 1 1 1 i 1 1 Hun in of M .iii.i,.; .Itairniil 1 Santa Ke. March Is. lu the I ase for the final sett lenient of the finan cial troubles of the New MtXlcO ' , n. trait which Is being heard before Iteferee Lorln C. Collins, the first ar guments were heard today. Must of the time was taken up by Attorney John 8. Wendt, of Pltttburgh. Other parties to be heard will consume to OIOITOW and part of Thursday, ac cording to present indications, and a dtClgfcn is lint looked for before Thursday afternoon, NVQKED T GOVERNOR SENATE EXPECTED TO IN ROUSE BILL ON TARIFF Demociatic Membcis Puipose to Hold No Hearings On Schedules Preparatory to Taking Up Revision Woi ALL MEASURES MUST STAND CAUCUS TEST haii man Simmons Piesides at Session of Finance Com mittee and Says Harmony With Underwood Is Fxpecu"f dir Men. ... IsWtH ageelal Lssms wtfs.) W asliliiKton, March I v Demo cratlt members of the new senate lln .iin e l ommlltce agreed today upon a plan of tariff action that Will htvt ip .ii. mi bearing on tne uownwani Ion plans of I'resldein Wilson and house tarlfMender. In a (onlei- the ence participated In by all democrats on the gommlttee, except Senators .stone and James, a poll, nl close co operation with the house was out lined through which It Is hoped that the kOtMH bills can be .meptable to the sen, it. and pushed tlimugh Ihal body with but little amendment and without the dotal of commliet btnr Ingm, Senate Ittdtrt staled tonight that tiler, is gentrs! harinnm ainniig the democrats of that body upon the tariff program. In order to carry out the potley of co-opera UM with the house, it is understood that tin senate pfok" ahi) win have to accept much greater reductions in tariff rales than that body approved at the last session. Member- nt (be BBMgCg , n 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 lee ex pressed (be belief, however, that this willingness mi the pari nt the senate would cause th,, house In exercise caution against making extremt Mitt with the idea that they would be mod. tfltd in the senate. The democratic membership of the senate will lie canvassed thoroughly 1 I 1 the ex tra session convents, The plan win be to take all illestions Into CSttlUS and it is believed that Hie ., nuns will support the (ommlltev. Tin prastnj domotrntk strength In the senate is Hfty, to loriy four rdjpabllcana ami progressives, and ll Is counted that even In case of the tilling of the two Illinois vacancies by the election of republicans and the (Mttlble defection ,,l some democrats on certain sched ules, there -nil would enough voles in put through any bill ngrei d upon by caucus with the bggtrolllng vote held by the democratic vice president. Senator Simmons, the new chairman of the flnnnce commutes, presided over the meeting today. He mad, no formal statement of his position, but expressed a willingness to fall in with the house plans of revision. Ht vvan appointed chairman of a ub-commlttee to cofrltr with ihe democratic mem ben of the ways and means committee of th house Who in w an- rapidly completing the tariff bills. The finance committee prac tically decided to have no senate tariff lua linns, because el the extensive hearings conducted by the house com mlttte mid the d, b,,te that on urrcd in Hie last congress. Republican sen alors nave notified the democrats tliut Ihev will insist nil debating the tariff bills fully In the senate and that an djournment Tht eM, in need not be ex of Ihe republican uppi ban Ition to Ihe tariff revision bills ot been developed, tariff rev Islon bill now Is v lr ln shape for submission to the '"'He caucus nl the Inuc. . del tlx ugh siiimjt hlng i pi the ocratlt ec llll make jorltj and hmi dutiable with subi cent ad vi i tn.. MS of ll till IW Win lommwtoe, nt law Imposes a dun pOUfld on raw tvool, vv lib bill of the last cougri ' hanged In an an Vg Ion ild lui nt, a reduatlOtt flgut I I' pproxllllately a ,llt fn cent ad valorem, nillliltee loduy, meats w, flee list as they were bill Jif the lust emigre were lefl on the dUtiul 47 ti In Put the hour .1 stead of a schedule bj scliedul,. revl- lon, developed today among democra tic leaden at the capitv If this is adopted bj the e In4 democratic caucus uf Ihe house, Ihe petnlln; tariff revision bids fair to go down Into history as tin l iiderwood talilf nf tfll, SsnatOT Btmmonx, iif North Caro lina, as chairman of the senate com- i ui i f finance, conferred to. lav with Representative Underwood, chairman of the way's and means coin M.ittee, As a result a senate sub com mittee, headed bj Henator Slntmom and a house sill, c mittst headed by Hep resents ttve l?nderwotl win have a gensrt I conference mi h" :ariff t', morrow to bring a bo 'It a plan tot ensuring harmontout n t g iMrtwton the two houses so as ' . faWlibii i t.it. iff levision ll 'g.slalioM aid e.f t', extra session of congress ntn h soon.-: than bail been i oiilcmidiited The ways and means democrats will meet again Thursday wnen a sub committee will report on the ad ministrative sections of the tariff. Most of tin present administrative details of the tariff will be re-enaci- I e.d. CONCUR PREACHER S IDEA OF HOW WIFE IT DEATH Quarrelling Ovei Religion She Attacked Him and He Forctd False Teeth Down Hei I hi oat in Self Defense. iHtr M., ruins Jmirniil , lul I r inl Wlrr 1 Tpptks, Kan . Man b I V Rev. W. I I.. Heels, well kinovu Mellmd.st minis ter "hum the slate charges With kill llig his w ife by fori lug her (als, I, , Ih I down her throat, gave his version of , their fatul qnarttl on the v liners eland today, Mia Wife wnt a Catholic and witnesses have testified thej I quarrelled frtuucnttj as to the ions education of their three children, I The minister denied he and his wife had gunrrtlltd tht niuhi of October ' Hth, last, when she left her bmiie in Wakturusa and took refuge with the I httholil Sislel s of SI frail, u In I, TojMka Heirs said ll. fOltoWrd ') Wife a few davs later and alter nice llig bSf, tlll'V Wellt I" a tl"t'i. I'll disagiecd as to whether Ih. vv I should havt, Abce tiieir daughter, taken in, m our home I I Mid l" told Ills vv fe "What did v tW vv if, do BseTt Was asked. "She sprang at me. Hhs nti m k and sc ratchet me The thought came to me tliul she wan gelling Ihe bl ' me. i used both mj hands Mi i" th htl off. I PUI mil baud ,,K HUM hei left shoulder and tht Otl r In l mouth to push lo r Off, I think tht trie lingers of the lU ml OVtl hei nninili slipped Into her mouth, I did got mean that thev s'uoubl "hid vou IntttrUontll place your lingers In her moul h ."' "I did nut." - -1 tut vou Igittnd to injurs hei "" '.No, sir. I did iml. After Shaking Hands With MO People in Twelve Minutes, Mr, Wilson Takes Hand in New Jersey Legislatuie, 'Hi Mi.rnlns Jiiurniil ggseisl bttttd Hlf ' Wasiiiiig'.nn, March iv ProthJent i Wilson woikid under an nuutual I strata today, though physically tome Whgt Indltpottd, Ke received a num ber of ealb is on a rartttj "f political errands, sat lor mure than two Roun i w ith his cabinet, ate a batty luncheon, khoOk hands W illi lit I Mines 111 tht east room in the record time of twelve minutes and devoted a nut of tin afternoon to consideration ol hht statement mi the i 'bine-, loan. Returning late in the aftcra i from an automobile ride, the president found news Hint caused lilm In go lu Hie tup port nf lb'' New ,li rsev buv reform bin for tht second llnw in two days. The New Jits, n, Bate has prepared tht measure without tht referendum smsndment, regarded bj the president as intended to dtlai n form, but the lower Inuise has et In aei epi ihe i iii without tin amend- incut SeelelatV Tuiiiultv, at the prcsl I dent's direction, then seni the follow lug telegram to Oovernor fielder ami Mt YOt I 'tin Wlttpell, of .b is, J Clt . "Tht prtsldtnl fours thai the effort ; to tuck mi a referendum will be con ! strued, iii the pretenl clfcunittanoetj i as a WSJ uf nullil'Mim ' ; ! i ps ib feating the mtusuro. The president's feeling, tin refers. It alti red ri tt w dl ui Fielder. III. IIS,, he- ilti -i a leader in lliul- twcive democratic nitv asscniblv men ale reported 1,1 be in favor of a referendum. The president original! favored t referendum, Hp said, if it were lu be a fair ime, but in objects t" tiie present provision, believing that the people si the last election mm then support lo (he slate platform, which pledged tin ex ecutive ticket to jury reform', The president received todoy a "big slick." II was a Rhllaltah of Irish blackthorn and was tied with a green ribbon- W. W. Walpole Belli Of New York, sent il tn the president In the hope that he might wield ii againil the loads and snakes thai follow In (he wake of sin ce n. The president also acknowledged n compliment from Brn 1 ll. Tuft, tl Pulton, N, I,, tn wbuni a sun was born about the same time Prttldent Wilsun was taking the oath of office. The lather Wrote be ll l.l lla Hied his boy "Howard Wiisoii Taft." Tht president wroie bis appreciation, BLIZZARD STILL HAS RAILROADS TIED UP Noi folk. Neb.. Mar. h IN. Train service has not yet been 'oiiipletely restored in northern Kebrasts as a result of last Thursday's blntsard, which was the worst In twenty years. Not a train has been moved west of Valentine, Neb., mi the Black mils route In live davs. A babj was born on a northwestern train si Valentine, Neb. A I Chadron a funeral parlv headed from Hot Springs. S. ti. ( 'hie: day. In I Tb PRESIDENT PUTS IN STRENUOUS DF HARD WORK BBS the figure to the true proportions of slenderness MODELS for even the s toutcst figure ntc correctly proportioned and have the crowning qualit t(strenigth to hold thnrshapc. They arc the strongest onsets made whit h Rives tltcin a wearing value far in cxcc&s of any others. Automatically the exclusive reducing features of these cor sets hold down the excess flesh at the back, hips and ah doincn. Heavy elastic u t lilinig inserts front and back give free dom of movctnen!: ami adjust themselves to any posit t m, either titling, bending or standing. These scientific features make Kengo Brit the lend itig reucingcoi -sets of 191.5. Madcexfrctfrortfj as is needed and guaranteed not to rust. Prices $2. 00, $3.00 and $5. 00-- Sold by Rosenwald Brothers R PIT! OVERTHROWN PERPI. Response U'lrllbis l i l.fii-i-il Ui tilled I ll in a l.llt uf ami ii falling SI 111. llli Immedl Hie I'll, Kn VETERAN KANSAS CITY STAR EDITOR ON Tl K a nsai City. Mo., Marcl lugs in tbc contempt m William it. Nelson, edltol of the Kansas Ci. gtar, her,, todav before Chart commissioner uppolnted sniiil supiem, oourt. Mr. cited for contempt lust Judge JotOPh A 1 1. il Iii is, cull court, follow Ul iln of an article crttlouiltii Hi granting a divorce biwyet a casi igttlad OUl 01 POUI Htari of the auffrai lb WllShlngtoti Inun New Vol jlry a Journal Wint Ad. i J 1-4 I IvvrrsaiNG m i m AUTO SPEEDER IS FINED $15 IN POLICE COURT h, sdquttr morning Gelling up is only cct- rc.'idv for collec. Getting the coffee is real ly the start of the day. 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