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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, APRIL 8, 1913.
FIVE Cream The low-grade powders are made from "alum," or "sodium aiuminum sulphate,'' which is also alum, a mineral acid, which does not make the food healthful. One pound of the low cost powders contains three ounces of alum, a mineral acid. Is it safe to put that on your pantry shelf along with cans of food ingredients? Food baked with alum baking powder! is found to contain a portion of the alum unchanged. Read the ingredient clause of label on the can. Unless it showt cream of tartar don 't use the powder. STATE FAIR BOARD Ralph C, Ely of Deiiiiti.fr, Simon Stein of AllHiqueiTiuc and Chat les A, Schewidi of Clovis Compose Membership S I it I failHitl lllirn-' ef Vtiriitn Tmirniil 1 Santa Ft', April 7.-Aetin:r Cove: nor K. il'' Jlaoa tliis. afternoon appoint ed thf stute fair ( ommissioii as pro vided f'ii' in llmlsi' tall .No. 1 I I, which becnine (i law 1 1 1 ( 1 1 i u I to !;,st si ssjoii of the leu islut tire. Tin- commission is composed of Kit 1 1 , 1 1 i'. l.lv, of 1 1, in iiis;, fur a iwo-yi-a r bi m ; Simon Stern, of Alhuipie nine, for a tin'' ear term, ami Charles A. Sihcniidi, of Ch,v is, tor a (our-ycar tot m. The Alhuiuel'iUe fail' hill, as ii is tailed, provides lor a Ma',' apiiroinia t i, II of $.". 1 1 1 0 ;i n ii ii(i I ! , provided thf citizens of A lliiiqiii i o uo raise ii simi lar amount. It nl'-o requires that ilif city turn ocr to the lair assm iatioii Beware of Ointrrciits icr Cr. That Contain Morcurv tarrh s mffvurr will siin-Iy it".t.nv t... Kt t,w of nvll uim t-Miiit'lfti'lv th-nuiy (' wh lc hi hiii udi'ti ci'ifrlTitf li iiirutfiMi iii, in,,,., ;i stii ii urtiili-s stb'iilil in'k'iT hr ii.fi wv.f ), prrsi'iit- ff.'HI rcplllalllf I'ln-iri.iU.-, il - 1I)C ii,lltl..ttr v will In Ii-ii f'.ltl i th. . I en h Ml'iy ilciivo lh- tn. h;-!i . . ( lire, ni.UMifiicliin-il Ity F J. I h- i,. y A i r. . ,,i, ).. ' liiitis i rutTcurv, m,l i- l.ii "M iiih'ni;iliv. '-tin i!lri.,-tly hh.ii tin- hi .! t i.-t umi.-hus Kll"r. f.'ii 1 "s nf (In' y-I.Hl. I'l I nr. ill" 1. t!' v I a t ll till Hl-e h, HUlf yull Kt't liic jjc:i:iiti" '! t.i!,.-!t i'if' ri.j.lt.v mul tii.i-l.- In '-.,. '1 .. 4.1.1 hy I. J. li-M' V ,V C". Ti'N'Im. Ii'i'ls 4S.i,J ,y , V.U-r, 7.V, J.rr ht,Uh: T.iko IIiiU'k J'aii.ily V ,t fir c-u-1 1;:i t - BUY YOUR Lumber, Glass, Paints and Cement AT THE SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. Relieves CATARRH of the LADDER BALDRiDGE LUMBER COMPANY Paints, Glass, Cement, Roofing and Builders' Suoclies. Waldie's Pure Ice Cream Sold in Any Quantity Brick Cream in Any Flavor for I'm ties.. Thone 1.VJ4-W DUKE CITY CLEANERS-HATTERS w. Gold. rnuB 4i WAW ED BY ACT NG GOVERNOR i , i 2 HOURS? Its superiority is unquestioned Its fame world-wide Its use a protection and a guarantee against alum food (it If, is, tun in li s, iill iii on,. parcel, fur ,i state f:t i r Kf inn, In, The MirmlnTs i f the commission must five bond In tin' sum ,,f $ J. .'. 00 cadi, ex, -opt the t tit i" Kt'li't'ti',1 for j tioaMircr, who must bond himself for $-11.11111). Members (if till' commission j i'i'' allowed It. i flii't; iiiul other in !- saiy expenses n, , t,, i xc. 1,1 $jr,i, ,i ! , .i r each. I I! K A. STOUT. 1(1 iii)si: m cm tauy. ll is understood from an nnofl i Ut 1 r.;,;;r,,;,'hat -v st,;ru "'T fits. W ii served iis seel, .ii'v of the Fair ns-so, Lit ion last year with credit ; to Hit- association ami tit himself, will If appointed secretin' l,y tlo, fair' hoard. It is said thai because of this! Piatt lie Wav not ii oooinlcd n member! of thf st.'ito lair hoard, for such ap pointment won!, have pi ci hi'leil his nervine; its secretary. Mr. Slorly., hav ing had expo ! ioiicf in tin- work, will 1,0 of ureat ns.-istniicc pi the nu mb "s of the hoard. Thf hoard is cxpei I 'd 'ii meet ii, an early date and iirviinhv. prcparutorv ', arrnimlim for tl-i.t year's annual Male exposition to I i held ill the fall. "icily. t 'ry.-tiil. I Mi -Sad-AIII ami iihi'ii a nd lioroihy him. I'astiiiif. Cost, II. i In i'miiiiiIv, Crystal, 1 IfJ SANITARIUM Hon, W, C, McDonald Turns Over Affairs of State to Lieutenant Governor E,. C, De Baca of Las Veas, (ShllK fit , 1 1 1 llo eio, ,t i,T '", tnp l"rt"il Santii I-',-, X. ,M., April T.iiovornor W. C. .Md.oi; aid has , pit 'ed St. Vin cent's sanitarium In lc lor a rest and citirse of trentinc nt hy means of which he hopes to aaam ri-K' lin hi heallli, iind commencing loday, I.ien tcnant Covenior K. ('. ilf I'.acil, of I. as Vefas, s piciiiliii4 -1' the executive offices ;ih nctiriu nvernor. The act.im ;:ovi rm r's first offlcliil : 1 1 t vva-i to accept the r, siiination from the hoard of in-kchIs of the School i,r Mines of Leopoldfi Colli re i as, of l.a .loyn, and to appoint in his place An astacio C. Torres, of Socorro, pnh hshfr of r:i liclcrsoi il.l I'lifhhi, a dtniocraiie fi.iper piimed in Spanish. Tiicif arc s. xeiiil other appoint ments to he made which the aetlim' suvii'iiiir will make within the next day or two. These will inHndf two memhors of the county h iulnva vs commission in liio Arriha county, two of the former appointee having r-si.-'in (1. ActiiTK' t'.ovfrnttr He Ma'-n that hf has at present iirii irifd fcr onl.v a ten days' have Horn his hiisi nes.s, as t'-ic R ..vernor helieMil that ten days would put him ha, k in heaph a-jain, hut il is said In he the det, la mination of- his physicians to kf P him in the hospital until hf has en iinly lecovered now that t!n have him in hed and In a mras'ire isolaieil from the e:tres of state. it is ilciifd that there will he any operation, hut (simply a course of treatment aiui'-d to (hi.ild up the governor's vitality. pr. James A. Massif, who is attend in'' C.overnor McDonald, Issued the following rtatement today: "(iov, rnor McDonald is snff' rinv from alehic dysentfry ;iml has i'""1' to St. Vine nt'K sanitarium for trcnt- m' nt. I n from clirht to tor evocrtcd thi't tile KOVern ilas il is r will he well." Dr. Massif nays thf di-fasc Is pf culiar to ;i hot country, hut can also he contracted hy swa llowimi the perm which is .uoinc times found on l"ttii(f leaves. Tt is said that in two weeks' Ir- it- ment or less the pntifnt usually :-!ains his former vitrttr. re- GOVERNOR PATIEII A tvrcrnai taaia' ill J E F JUDGE LAWDIS Allorney for Defendant Makes J Plea That Brings Two Sharp Reproofs from Bench for Matters Discussed, ,ftr Mnrttlttf Jt,itrl 8,trrli,l f.rall Wl'f.) Chicae,', Aplil 7. I.'edclal Jtliluc Kei'es.iw .M . I.andis twice Interrupted foini .r JuiUe J. U Uohinson. of Se attle, in his iirmiiiient toihiy In hehalf of AH.eit C. FroKt ntid four of hit .as.'ociates, on trial churned with eon spirm y to id, tain control of Alaska c nil lands hy frail, liilfiit nifans, "The peoplf of the Pacific coast are pine., al.- pruyliif; that you set these live Helen, hints Ii , sal, I Mr. Kolin- s. ,11 . "That statement.' interrupted .li'tlB" Lnnilis, "Is the .same as Koine, to a Jury and offering It money hrihlim it. It will not he tolerated in courts of ordci lv proeedur. . Von jurois art to dei'lde this easf on the vlilenct' piesented and are not to take into c, t" lih rat. ,n what any other people iipflit si as to your verdict." The nt Ik r interruption eume earll"r in .'dr. liohiiram's plea when he sitlil: "This U not a prcsi cutlon hy the people as :i whole. It Is a prosecu tion hy only u Miiall hrancli of the (iepiirlmeiit of the interior. Amhl tlolis of thf'f ytilitm i o I let; f men were respopsihl for it. Thiee youtiK men tllt.V Were. Just out of college, llRent.M they i, re cilled, hroke, nmhitiotis anil iitx'er to make a name for theiil sehes. They worked up this ease. Tiny were 'lorn;' on nHKiosslvcncss, I ut fhoit' on lemil i xperienrc. ' 'I'ln y do not Jiecm to know that the attitude of the no eminent has I ecu to do ail III Its power to eneolir a::e rett let's, not to drive them away. The only inttt'fft of the youiiK colle cians Is to find the (If fe ndants guilty, to put a Icalhcr In their own hats." "It may not he material," Haiti JiiiIkc I.andis, "hut 1 don't .seem to re- c E S Oil scall what college those men come from. You are constantly speaklnu ol 'colle'.'.e llim.' What eoll.'ite do you mean "one was from Princeton, one from Columhia and I don't reineinher tile other," replied jr. Uohinson. (i'iiir T. Iluckiimham spoke in hehalf of tieoi'Kf A. Hall, a kIiiss inan ufactuier of Minnie, Intl., and a f inn nelal hackir A Isi h iih r spoke (J. Peach, form Aliifka Centrul Judpe Xathaniel to , ommenee th, of Frost. Samuel In hehalf of Pierre r secretary of the railroad. Former C. Sears Is expected hint of the pleas for the i ial lelciise tomorrow mornini;. Spe Assistant Attorney Co neral D. II. Towns! nd will close for the prosecu tion and It is prohahle that the Case wlli mi to the Jury Wednesday. ENDS UNSIGHTLY ITCHING HUMORS Itc-inol fur 18 Years ll Success in Trenliiu l cmii. Thousands of people who for years hadn't really enjoyed a (lay's freedom from the torments of ei rema, whose niKhls had heeti niKhtmares of itch inij iind hurninK, and whose lives were made misorahle hy the em hit missing disliuurement, have had perfect skin health restored hy Keslnol Ointment and Uesinol Soap, quickly, easily, and at little cost. Where some treatments hardly af ford ii moment's relief, Itesinol stops Hi hint; Instantly and clears away the eruption for uood and all. This Is a simple .statement of fact. You can prove iis truth yourself, at our ex pense. Send to Dept. 5-S, Itesinol, Kal timore, Md., for a liheral trial of Ues inol ointment and Uesinol Soap free, hy panel post. Kvery druKist Hell Uesinol heciiise dot tors In every cor ner of the I'liited States have pre scribed it regularly for eluhteen years. 500 WOMEN MARCH REBEL. LEADERS IffllCE PROTECTION 10 CAPITOL 0E CONFERENCE AT FOR SUFFRAGIST NATION FOR EL PASO SPEAKERS IN VOTES Governor Carranz i is NotPio- I llmlllN Constitutiof al Amendment De manded Granting Suffrage to Fair Sex in National Elec tions, 1 WESTERN SENATORS EXTEND GREETINGS Brady, LaFollette, Shaft oth, Jones, Poindexter, Townsend, Sutherland and Thomas Take Most Active Interest, (Itv Morntnir 3tirnti1 S,m.-I,iI I Wire.) U'asliiiiKton, April 7 Five lnui dred Wtilllt II MlffrilKIS'ts, rerres.-lltlllK eei s i oiiure-slotiit 1 district, i, l ined Willi petitions d, mainline a tonstltu li, pal amendment for women k suf fraue. nialeheil to the tiipllol tothty and th liM ii d their demands In pi r s,,n to their I'liimii ssuu n. In marked contrast with the dn ordei ly scenes which attelldell tilt slU'll.lfe paKeallt here on Mar. ll 1, when unruly i I'iiuiIh swiimpcil the pnllec, the malihels to day mnvt tl over pel'te, tly clear Htrcels and unili-r n police yaund whh h whs almost as niinieiouv j t m the siilfra ulsls. When the pro( csmn rem hed the li'tfiioi of the capitol huihliiiK. Miss Alice Paul, w ho headed It, was ci t ed hy Kcprisentiitive Piy.in. of Wash inuion, who halt, d the marchers Ion ; ctioUKil o make an :iihlr,ss of Wel come, lie declared "There arc t iiouiih nu n in the ecu ale ami house to make it certain that ihe flan of woman suffrage will never lc pulled down in the I niPd Stales." Inside the rotunda a party of scn iltolK Kleetetl the Women. Allloim them wire S-niitois llii'dy, l,a Fol lette. Jones, Shafioth, PoliideMer, Townsend, Sutheiland and Thomas. As eiich of the in in, n passed, the seiatois shook hands and i;siurcd lAieh that they were in faa r of the fluht anil; .W ould support the measure that Is to he Introilu t'd in et,imreK. lau li of the woiion i.iirlfil into lh, capitol a copy of a pelll'.on In the meiiihcrs of ttmress nskini; support for the equal SUlfl '.U'e resolution. Formal i c solutions proposing eon stltutiolial .'line mime his kiviiil; women the rivjht to vote were Introduced In I ot1l houses of Congress. toKether With si'ori s of petitions and tniinoi ials from various so; letie ai.d Intlh Idunls. Senator ChMinherl.iin, of ttreiton, and i Itf pre s. ntath e Molidell, of Wyohltllu. introduced the constitutional amend ment resolutim s in their respective houses. CoHteilo in comedy. Crjstal. )irq mcnti ii mk iij, uluuii inui i u AT CLOSE OF HER TESTIMONY Wife of Professor on Trial for Murder Adheres to Story of Threats Made Against Her and Husband by Darling. (llv MnriihiK Jurn;il Spi'i hil f niartl tVlrr.i St. Paul, Minn., April 7. - As the last words c crrohoratiiiit professor Oscar Olson's testimony relative to his ; wife's relations with Clyde X. Darling, j for w hose minder Olson Is on trial, fell from Mrs. Olson's lips, she threw her hands to her side, reeled and fell unconscious on the floor of th" court room, she soon recovered and wu taken to her home. Mrs. Dnrllnif. widow of the man whom Olson killed, then look the stand and (jave testi mony eontradletory to that of Mrs. Olson, Mrs. Olson's collapse tame at the end of four hours of severe iiiestion inx; hy the prosecutinif attorney, Mrs. Olson repeated tinder cross examination today threat! DarliiiK Is aid to have made nRalnst Olson. "When I told DarliiiK he would have to disi ontinue coming to my home In the day time, he replied that he would 'fix' my himhand and would tell all the nelf.hhors what I was," Mrs. Olson testified. Mrs. Olson said she warned Darlitm as he was leaving the house that she would tell her husband all If he con tinued, to visit her. She said Darllnn'x answer was: ' You're In the wamc now and you are In to stay. Olson always has stood In our way. I'll put him out of the way if you tell him." "After each Visit 1 firmly resolved lhat It would lie the last time, hut I was not strong eiioimh and I submit ted to his picas of love and his threats," the witness testified. Mrs. DariinK tent If led her husband was nt home the nifhts he is said to have spent with Mrs. Olson. The ease is expected to (JO to the Jury late tomorrow. ED. FRANK, the Auctioneer, 120 South Fourth street, buys anything and everything; pays spot cash. Phone 945. H JIoek-Sad-AIII and Dorothy Wood, magic and illusion. Pastime. Governor Carranza is NotPio claimed Piovisional Presi dent as Formeity Annout ced But is Temporary Chief, (fly Morning Jt.itrnnl ftptrfnl !.n4 H'lr.) i:l Paso, Tex., April 7. An Infor mal conference iif font-tit ut lotia list I apt cM'iita ti i s wii held hit.' to,l it. il e II in i lla I to ,l Heliclal collfl'eSN to he held Soon ltt some point III Mexico. A. It. Mcrcado repi cscet, tl the Con bulla revolutionists. He wits me, here L U V. l'e.-,Ui I'll, cousin of the So llol.t pivet'lior. Vi iiustliino farr.tnya, the Insiiret nt KoMinor of i,hula, merely Is a.t '.iiir militatv head of the revolution imallist the llliella Ko el 11 III ' 11 1 , 1,11,1 Is in no win ii provisional piesld.nt, as repot ted I'l oiti Washington, said Sen, ir Mttcado, who s farianii's pri vate Heci'tiiv. He siid tli.it no for mal t'onfcl l in e would he held In the I'liited States which niiht hf Inter preted as a tc, bubal violation of the neutrality I iws Seiior Mer. ado prohahu will v is, I .Venules, Sonoiu, where he will he met I y ilovcrnor I'f'n'.iitTn. of Sonora. Flan, Is, o Villa, a loi me r Madelo Itader, with a stronu follow In i.j.,,1 leached the u 'In h hoi hood ot tlalh'Ko, between Juan,', and Chihuahua City, thri alt nine, to cut Hie Mexican Cen tral rallvv.iv at thai point. The Chi htt.t It tin const It utionall'-ts plan In sen reiutte th state capital, which is men aced from the south hy In-urjent state troops. (,IM II l. I ltl Y III It T HI I l.VIs HI lll l, l (ilt I .V Laredo. Tex.. April 7. After a (les Iterate battle at l!iistiimeiite, Mexico, April 4th, in wliieh thf loss of life was heavy on both sides, a rebel band was put to flight by I, sail federal ti ps under the personal command of ib neral Truey Aubert, a, t -unlink to passfiijjfis who arrived here todav. Many prisoliels Wee taken b Ihe fed. eials. The rein Is retreated in the di rection of Candela, puisiied by th ' government troops. A number of briiU'es are reported to ha l.eell burned between I.ainpaSoS and l.a redo. Motel Plan tied I or Shop (.il l-. Chliimo, April 7. Plans to creel Jointly a hotel to house kIi-Is eii:p!o eil in stores who are not liv Iiik with their parents, met Willi favor today at an executive meetiim "f two score of Chicago's merchants and the Illi nois vice commissi,! a. HIGH cosr OF LIVING MOST SCKIOl S Plt(Hl.i:M Ol' T IY. IH i: I.VI.i:l.V TO SICK NKSS. ,i: Tills I.ITI I H. Clifton Mills, Ky. Thai the high tost of liviiiK is il in' larucly In sick ness, especially amutiK the wom I I folk, no one can tloul't. hut 111 the fol lowing letter fri in Mrs. Sylvnnla Woods, of this ilace, It Is broliuht more forcibly home to lis. "Ilefore I bcKiin to take Cardul, the woman's tonle, my hack and hfad would hurt so I'. hi, day ami mum, i uiuiikmi iio pain would kill inf. 1 was unable to attend to any of my household duties. I had only taken three bottles of Caidui. when I hcunu lo feel like a t ew woman. Within a few months I Ki'liifd ll.", pounds, and now, I not only do all my own bon.'ifwork and wash ing I ut most of the time, run a hiK water mill, while my husband runs the farm. i I wish every mifferiiiK woman would ?iv Cardul a trial, for 1 am sure It would help them, as It has me." At an expense of $:i.on, for three bottles of Cttrdtil, Mrs. Woods re pained her health, and is now able to alien, I to the numerous duties which foi mei ly she either had to hire done, or neglect, thus inereiiHltiK her cost of liviiiK'. Lady reader, are you suffering from any of the ailments so common to your kc- .' V o'llon t It he worth a few dollars o you to feel well ehouith ') look after your daily work? Try Cardul. X. Ii. Write to: Ladles' Advisory Hept., ChattanooKH Medicine Co., Chat tn nooc,,'i, Teiin., for Special In structions, ami M-pHKf hook, "Home Treatment for Women," sent In plain wrapper,, on request. HAD SERIOUS LUNG TROUBLENOW WELL It' Is surprisint; that there exists much skepticism as lo the possibility of a person recoveiinK from severe Lnriff Ti'oiil le w hen there are so many reports of complete reei vi rles broiiKht nhnut throiiKh the use of Kckman's 'Hen, live, This Is a remedy for lh". throat and Iuiik, which should be In ,..,,,, ,v ,-very snllerder. Head of this ease: 1 o J ll HiiKritif'hitniin Av.. t'litla.. IM. "My Iiear Sir : For two years I was af file,, -a wllh ht-!niirrhrif-H f.f t lie iuii;i, lh lauiilier l-.i,l,.,l nfio-lv "Hi' liiin.p-eil (htr family r,livMi,-lnn inlvlt,,-,! anelh.-r rllniiin.. in. In r..nmln -,.,i,l ,ral, nl.lv Iih fstnl. Hew ever, I ri-nilllll,-,!. Riot In l-Vhnmry ,.f I lio-i. 1 t tukin wllh a m-ver,' u::tn k of iiiiiti m..ln. When I r,.,-.,v,-r,. t iitr fleletil I v t w.ilk altniu ihA h',up J vv.n, left with n frlKhtfnl hnrklnir einiiih. which n,, no-'lli-lii,-I hnil t',k,-!i ciiilil nil, vlnt,.. Ii tv.-in nt Ilili. time. Mitreh. I!i(i2. Unit I learned f and liirn.. luklnlt Ki-kittnli' Allerntive, tn a ti"tt tliiic in v ,-niiKli Him u,t. n, J was l,r,.niiiin.T,l well. Hlnee lloil lino- I have hint two ailitht titlat-ka nf ,ii,-ieieinla an, I I leti-e reaxrtetl t nu other in, -.Heine lo ef fect a ree.iverv. "I nm nt pre, -nf In exi-elii-nt lientih an't feel ,!,,t aa l.aitt al I run uhlaln Kiknnmi A 11,1", 1 1 ve. I have ni, f,-r nf t'inH,nti!!in t ,.-ioui,.l apeak too hltfhly far th,. Kami II han (lane '' 's'-'",-.t 'TOW'AI'" KI.OT7,. t'.ekmfili'a Alli-rnllve la effective In flrim rhl.ia, AwUimit ilv l-'ever: 'I'lireat and I. una- Treiihli-a. Mil, I In utihiliMlriK the .-Hle,.. I, ...a ",,t i'(-tiln p'lUnna. oplalea or liablt-fMrmlni? (Irillta. Far aale hv AlvntaiP' diiitf mo, re and tt In I, In ml Phnr tnaev and other leadina- ilrimitiala. Aak f..r lM,l(l,'V telllHH uf I, cove, lea, unit U' r 1 1 4 la K'Hinnii l.alieral-iry. I'liiladt-liilila, 1',, far additintiiil t-vldcnutt. Mi W W WB Hostile Ciowds Gather to Break lip Meeting at Music Hall When Guardians of Law Appear in Force. MORE FIRES STARTED BY MILITANT WOMEN Miss Emerson is Said to Spend Most of Her Time in Prison SiiU'jnft"Johii Btovvn's Body'' in Dazed Way, ( ty Mtt,lii J.iurnill Hiwrlnl IwwJ W'lr London, April lnsuster probably would have overtaken the Mif f I aKettf al their weekly ineetlliK l MuKif hall at Pb adilly tin us, this afternoon, hut for Ihe protective net Ion of I1'1' I police. Mostlle t low, IS, 1"" miook. Inteniioii of n. ol Hitinereo who in I Inviidim; the meeliiiH when it lone -of polite ef fliers mar, bed onto the! ! scene, broke up the limbs and estab t la bed a riMitl cordon, whb h etfei ' tually pifv. nted the projetted assault. ; I Miss Kenny, prcsiilins at the meet - j I Inn, said Mrs, I'mmellne pankburst j ! would he i IK them "In a few davs, , If Hot vv it bin a lew hours." j Miss Kenny said she wished to noti- j fy the government publicly that It j could ho more ipient h the lire tn the, women's hearts than It could l't out I thf file on the Ar rate course until , the tU,stl,,n of HiiHrane hud been net-. ile, I .' lie added "We know in, rear. We are not afraid of tinythliiK the Kovernmel't t an put up iiKalnst us. lieeauBe W f know rit; h i e, tiisness will always win. Visci inn i ihnlsloiie had to RO, KeKln iild Mi Ixefiia will have to k, ftlltl all the h, me Miietarlcs will have to K because they cannot tope with the All aiiempt was inline in oiirn toe MranilHtiihd ("I 'he Klyrlc course al i nnlilf this morniiiK. Cotton, wool, bottles of ttirpenllne ami kerosene saturated ratts wile found piled analiist the woodwork, but evidently the women bad been distill hod befoie I t ompletlnn their plans. Placards I bearinii the words, "llliiine llohhouse. I elt ase pankhiirst," wi re posted near- by. Militancy is benlnnliiH to receive ut telitioit from the pulpits of the Hrltlsh Isles, ltr. Leonard (1. Liouuhtun, the pastor of ChriHt t hurt h. Westminster Uridyl' road, formerly of Atlanta, (la., unspariiiKly caNtiKaleil the women yes ti rday. for their actions. Ile said: "A small hunch of rampant anar- thlsts w ho oiinht ,o lie in prison or In' the lunatic iiNylum ale brlliHlilK (Us min e on their sex and hluderlUK their noble caiiMe-'-a cause which soon would be victorious it it were imt for the methods of anarchy used by the women with the Idea of fori InK It," Three othir uninhabited houses were set on lire iluriUK the niKht, out at Mendon, one at Potters bar, ami the other at llamel Ilampstead. The damage was not serious, (ill cans were toiimi In the hliilty with su llano literature. Mis. Alice Clark, a suffracette, who; has just been relcitsetl from Tollowny j Jail, has Informed Miss Scott-Troy, ,,f ( San Francisco, that Miss Zelie Kmcr-! son appears to he In a dazed t'ondl- ! tlon and sIuks "John llrown's liody" all day. Mrs. 'In ik also says that Miss Kmersoii insulted a visltliiK magis trate. He had said to her: "Keep your dirty hands off me," and Miss Stiielson replied, "Voiirs are dirtier." As she was helni; draKmd away to another part "f the prison, where her cries could not he heard, Miss Kmcr soii shouted, "Vou dare not torture me; my nov crnmeut w on't let v im," As Miss KnitTMiin Is to be released April !i, her mollier, Mrs. II. lOmer- ; son, of .lackson, Mich., has ceased tin aKilation, which she, Miss Scolt-Troy 1 and others have been earryiiiK on In hehalf of the imprisoned woman. Miss' Scolt-Troy, In vvever, Is eontliiuliiK her' efforts, "as a matter of prim Iple." A plot of the suffrayeltes to blow! the Kraiul stand of Crystal Palace on1 April 1:1111--the day of (lie football' cup final which is disclosed by the I tally Kxpross, shows that Ihe plans! were nrrunKod seeretely with military i precision. Within the women's socliil and po litical union is a militant corps, the names of the members of which are desUnaled by number, and on a type written document the duties of each member for p articular occasions are set forth. In the present case certain members were to rent two empty houses near the palace. Others' were to study (lie districts and the move ments of tile police and report. Still others were assigned to net ' the fire works lendy and to arraiiKf for the sealing of Ihe fences," and, finally, three members were (lesiuiiat'-d to set bombs while another was ordered to turn In a false alarm of fire so that the liremen would be notion out of the way. The women apparently were forced to abandon the scheme, for across the document was written: "Polly reports no use; ev erv thiiiK too well mia riled," Moek-Sad-AIII and llorothy Wood, inatie and illusions. Pastime. Arioiui I ( "i-liitiuc Adjourns Session. Phoenix, Ariz., April 7. The second special session of tile Arizona legisla ture adjourned sine die without cere mony late today, fiovcrnor Hunt an nounced that he would call another special session to lie-in next Monday, to consider appropriation I, Ills and in tend to other bimlnofw left, unfinished. THREE WOMEN TESTIFY To the Merit of LydiaLPink. hain't Vegetable Com pound during Change of Life. Strentor, III. -"I HlmllatwHys f.rniite l.ydia R rinkhum'i Wjcetablu t'om- llHiuniJ wherever I tto. It luta done ttit' to much (rood at ChntiKt. of Lire, and il lias alsoheltedmy ilmik'litt'r. It in mm of tlu- grand fat metlifinea for wo men that can tin bought J shall try to imliift. other to try it" Mra. J. II. CamI'BKM,, 2(ti N. Second St, W. S., Streatt.r, Illinois. riiiladelptiiH, I'a. "It m at the 'Change of Life' tlmt I turned to l.ydia I, rinkhiim'a Vegetable Comixiund, using it hh a tonic to build up my sys tem, with betietlcial results." Mm. Saka Hayward, lo.'5 W. ViituiigoSt, (Tioga) I'hila., I'a. San Frum isco, Ca!. " I have taken l.ydia V.. I'inkhatn' Vegetablt Com Hitind for many year whenever I would feel bad. I have gone through the Cliunge of Life without any IrouLU and thank the Compound for it 1 rcc- j oinmeiid it to young girla and to women df ull ages. -Mrs. C. liAItKIK, 'M,2 "."th St., San Francisco, Cul. The HUcco'M of I.yiila E. riukhaui'a Vegetable ('o:nN,uiiil, tiiiale frum rtHit and herbs, is uiipanileUe I. If you unit . unrrla advice write to I JiiU V.. I'iitkbi'.iu Metlli Ine Co. U'otl.1' dent liil 1 1.) tin, Jh'.. Tour teller will he e;iev.nl, rend ami ntiNwered bj a v.u:::t:i t 1 I 'l In ifrlct (oa"deuo II OPPOSE BUILDING IL Sipt. CopAoshall of Santa Fe Meets With Resistance When He and Surveyor Visit Pueblo to Lay Out Grounds, 11- e fniilPil ttir.tt i,f M,trnlf. Jnttmnl t anfil I'e, April 7. The Indians of the pueblo of Santo liominvo tlo not want In be educated any more than they wanted to he enumerate tl In HMD, and tiny so Informed Superintendent CoKMeshiill, of this city, when he went t In n loday wlttl a Mi.rveyor to deter mine the corners of a School (of on which the government Intends lo build a school house. As soon as Mr. I'uKKfshall and his HUiveyor started ploltlllK tile ground this mornlnn. the Indians hastily nu t in council near the church and sent a . I ll el.-ioi ! i. ,tl ... 1..I- I. " " "! on.ti- dent that they did not want the school built. lie returned to the council with ""' de I, -Ration ami there arirued for 1,1 1 "' "llh ,h'' ludliuia. Ile could not convert them lo hit, way of thlnkirm, however, and Hiving It up, back to where the surveyor had put up the corner posts, on the st hool : I'd- In a short time a deleniillon of llv bucks cam,- ovi-i- and pulled out one coiner post and several of the survey ors stakes. After a word battle with the il. Ii Mil t i . m. they were prevenled from dolim further (lainuKc by Mr. Co4Kfsliall. Then every Indian return ed to the v lllaKe and w ithdrew Indoors. After finishing the work, Mr. Cokkcs. hall slates that he waited about an hour and a hall for the next movu of the Indians, hut nolle of them enmo near him, and he was finally compell ed to leave for Santa h'e without any furlher parley Willi Ihem. Whether he will ever be able In u'jain find a slnii" one i f Ihe posts, or even where they si., oil without un oiher survey, he cannot tell until he ayain visits the pueblo. He stntea that. I lie liolian.M refused to Hive or sell the I I for the school ".rounds and that it had to be obtained by condemna tion proeeedlllKS, Tile money allowed tile pueblo for Ihe land taken Is avail able for thoii' use, hn they will havo nolhinn to do with it and havo not tout bed a cent of It. The contract for Ihe erection of th school has been let and work will start just as soon as Mr. Conneshall l a.-isiired that what the contractors do by day vvill Hot be undone by the Indians at nlKht. The si hind site Is located back of the church and al-. mo.'i adjoining Ihe Santa l-. right ol -w ay. It will Ii,. remembered that ill 1010 this same village objected to the cen sus I'liiiliierator tal(in the eeiisuH of Ihe pueblo. ED. FRANK, the Auctioneer, 120 South Fourth street, will hold a combination auction sale next Saturday. Crowds will be in attendance. No matter what yen have, send it in to be sold. Cash settle ments immediately after the sale. Phone 945. Hock Uecr. Order a ease today. Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. Photic 67 and &8. :"i DOM 0 DiS of a