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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 16. 1914. FIVE PLEA TO MIHERS TO END STRIKE L FIELDS General Commanding Czar's Troops Was Ordered to Rush , as Far as Possible Regard less of Losses Sustained, Convention Adjourns Until To day Without Deciding to Ac Meeting Tonight in Office of R. L, Putney Will Bring Out cept Proposition Submitted j Force? of Those Who Re Benefited. by President Wilson, RUSSIA'S MARCH INTO PRUSSIA IS STRATEGIC r ' : ! YOUNG MEN TO BOOST BUILDING ! OF I. M. C. A. N COA m, mU JOUHNAL INtlU ltIO II U.nl'". 10 2:3;i " ) A j'etrR; " dispatch to the Post, says: It , nly nw that the opportunity nr-enls iif' f V' ''Xl'll'li 1" to-; ' . , th Ki-lf -vacrlf Iclnir straicev I (HI moor- " i f 1 if-- ;ir f"l iiifk "' The army raid !' ut tin' Very opening of We; tin- i""" ,f llghteinnK the i j IH r uMit'K immediate fit'i easily th destruction .f th Wag to French , rapid diversion. This Bus- tr.pl-.'lii'il magnllici nth. Iter cast Prussia, right tip to Ko; ..nie-liiit K. I hi inn li lit coronation city ,,f Prussian loyally, at on, e relieved the incisure upon France hy com M'lliiu Germany to withdraw her lunt troops from France ami replace tlicm W illi n K'Tmh. Thi movement it Mill In progress. r, l;tijsla performed Vvrr costly to ItuKt-lH, lint priceless to her ftl im " "The oMeis Riven to General lten riik:iiiipr. th,- ilusii-ng rava.ry leader mhu commanded the raid Into cunt piutf'a, w re mm 11 iih to prove iimiv.lv liiissia's roynl sef-nnTifloe , in the loirmnn cause. There were to ucrcpt this proposition, hut scanty chances (hat UuvMht could J "If the federal troops are with-itii-errd in leachliiK sultnhl,. terrllnty drawn while the stiike is unsettle. 1, for a decisive battle. Nevertheless, I Cod only known what w ill happen " Vhii.'i nearly ueeompllsh"d thin, for! Haves, in his speech, told the ili-h- she not within one march of the Iiih-' liin- ' inilr cat t ill leitiH "i cv.au alio rune l.attU fieldH of .;y. au and Fried- I land. l:.tim nkaiiif.f'g orders were to, the acceptance of the preHldeiit'i pio lake till- folios en far hm posxihl,. luto'pomil iih emlioih Iiik the licit terms Pru-dia w ilhollt retfard to Iokmix. iditii iPalde, and a decided Improv .. "It .'hotild he put on record now. menl over eonditlons hefore the when ihang d clrcunmtiini'en are coin jwllInK Hufdu to return to a ftniKeiio wheme more udvantaKcoim to the de. vi-loprrent of her t-norrnouH rewourccH, that Hie alt eddy has withdrawn a con slilirall.' force from earn Prun-iia, and Da surpiise will he felt her? If Kus tiu withdrawn entirely within her own fn.iitier." M i;itlMl R OF Al'STKI aiem v iti:i.n:vi:i srm: LoiiiIoii, Sept. IG (.1:1:1 a. m.) Tele graphiiiK from Home the correspon dent of the Ualiy Expresfi says: J 1.... .u :..,,..! on: puiirniiri i lur auaimiih uuii) led l.y (lenerals Dankl and Von Auf-1 fi nburs Ih Imminent. The heir to the Austrian throne. Archduke Charle Francis, is with Oenernl I)ankl' army, which Is entirely cut off from nmmiiniiation. . ..... ,, , i.,,,..,, however Is suojeel id me "c- i on nil iccuraois oi raiihiiiium. -i "Hve tlerman army corps march- .; h ,!olorajJ0 nAnetK whoit,ls hHVe hee ex. handed be.w, en ! ngto he relief ,,( ihe Auslriann have, diltI tll tHke aetion I prexlilent Poincare and the Prince re- Wen checked at Crodek by the third mt't touaj in f.,. .... ',,, , ,..., 1 Ruwian erp. General Dank!1. proposal. Uiam .reen. lt i8em of mtm.u army U caught In the morass west of te,m'f" Colorado ! .I.l.li:s Sit ( I ssl H, the river San. Further west a flank- ners a W -ie be ex d ,,vTI.F I'UONT ' Ingarmy of lOO.uOO Cossacks la await-1 inglt. Its artillery ha been los, and , IU cavalry la In the hog. t "The last hope of the Austrlans Is to concentrate between the triangular fortress works of Pramysl, Cracow nil Jaroslaw. They can accomplish thi?, If at all, only by tremendous losses." CANADIANS HAVE NEW GENERAL UTILITY TOOL tar MORNisa journal special lsasio wish Vali artier. Que., Sept. 15. The Canadian troops, when they sail, may lie equipped with an Implement which ould be useful both us, an entreneh tool and as a bullet shield when defending an entrenched position "isuiiisi an tnianiry aiiacs. ji is "'meeting new torm of simile, which wouiu ne form of spade, which would be ued to digv shallow trenches during j an advance. In the blade an oval aperture is punched. After the I trenches were dug, (he spade would W spiked to the ground; then lying lirone behind it the soldier would fire through the aperture. GERMANS FORTIFYING DEFENSES OF BRUSSELS London. Sent. 10 (3:."0 a. in.) An Amsterdam dispatch to the Ueuterj Telegram company says that a local Pirper . learns from Ghent that the Germans are further strengthening, and fortifying Brussels. They have! placed nitralllt uses on the boulevard I ht Jardin Ilotankiue and in front of, the north and south stations. At F.tterbeek, near Brussels, It Is reimiteil th,.t nhii took nl.icel Wtween Prussian and Bavarian sol - dlrH, thirty of whom were killed. Holds Mr German Force. London, Sept. 10 (1:33 a. in.) The Doily Chronicle's Antwerp corre- "Pondent, in a dispatch dated Tues- "ty, H,iy8 ii,... ....... inn i t , ..ine me ii"" . - bermans ranged around Brussels, niie a Belgian army of 80,000 men ho. ... ... .. ,. -" iimen sneiter neneatn tne in he Antwerp forts and will prove a instant menace to the tlermans should they wish to move troops to France. German Wounded Well Treated, l-nndon, Kept. 16 (3:20 a. m.) The Dfily Express says that King Geors h'le visiting the Nettley hospital In suthampton expressed the wish that the German wounded there be treated aa well as the British. He. was told ,h's was being done. Mayor Is Ifeonileil. Kveloth. Minn., Sept. 1 5. Charged "V political opponents with having vl olated the corrupt practices act, May "f Joseph J. Gleason and Cnmmission w J' J. Prince, were recalled by the t,(,t'trs of this city. Foolish Query. t)o(-8 your dog love you, little hoy?" "Weil, I guess he loves me. mister. e knows I'd lick him if he didn't." Judge. fmr mon. iauNNAi arieiAL liasi o witi Trinidad. Colo.. Sept. I.,. Tin' Frilled Stall's gov, rnmcnt and i In international organization of ih Fnited Mini. Workers of America in. 'ay tinii-.l la a plea to the Hlrlkinu coal m iii, if i f t'nlnrii(li to accept th. pence pi, m drawn federal mediators up by u linaril ninl indorsed l.y The miners' one. until tomorrow I'liflilitu Wilson. ventlon adjourned j without reaching h vole. , Following an nddr. ss by Frank I Hay es, vice president of the union, .advocating hiI ptinn of the ji r -op.,,, I 'on liehalf of the International ofl'ic- era, William 1'. Falrley. one of t lw mediators appointed hy the nee ietatv of lalior, told the delegate that It Would he "suicide" for them 'to reject (lie agreement. "Are yon g.ng to put the pres ident of the Fnited States In a po-i-I lion w hi te he will he ridiculed hv i itipitiill'-iH all over (lie country . he j demanded. "I don't believe yon are going to j con-Ci.mmit stilclile. tn' icuerai nu-nia- i, r added. "I believe you're goim; eaten Unit KaleK Unit the union had Hpeul $3 lie uri-'' i'ih.m'ih u him ho rutin.-. 044.1HIO Htrike. In the eoiirMe of Fairley's speech, "Mother" ' Mary JoneM created a di version hy declarliiK she saw a '' orado Fuel & lion Co. upotter' in th hall, taklnir noteH for the ('. F- I." "Throw li 1 til out li.v the neck.' ihe ! dhntiled. Tti "aimtte r" turned out to be a tep, tier for the Triniund newspaper conducted hy the Fnlted Mine Work era of America. Ol I K IAI.S At t I IT l'IMltSAI.S OF l'ltlM)FT VIIV - ; . Inilinnanolls'. Ind., .Sept. 15. The , - - , . r - proposliion of President V Isi.n for the j settlement of the coal lriiK K m ,'olonido was accepted hy the " of the Vnitefl .Mine nmurm " erica In a letter flit to tlt presioeoi iand "i'uu' pu"1" and made puhlic touay. i c miners uiu ' " rpv , to I t - r,,mimln.a,ion of j . , . in, a.ttle- men o ihe'Wr ke. follows in part: emhas.,v here. says. $2 ot,,,a; dry wl,,c at 1 . cenU a "We h ive wi'iKhed well and Ihought- , , ,),. thirtc nth our , offensive. gallon and sweet wli.e at 20 cents a fully both the sentiments expressed In movement has continued on the whole j K "on, S.niHi.Otltl, vour personal letter and the proposed fn,nt. I luhts Ta on 1'rHulit. tentalive basis for the adjustment of "Mont Iddier and Koye, nn our left! Kepresentutive PaKe of North Caro the coal mlnin strike in Colorado, the wnjf, has been occupied w ith French j Una opened the attack on Ihe pro acceptance of which you urise with cavalry: Amiens, the (iei ni.m forces j posed freight transportation tax by verv deep earnestness. are retiring towards St. "uentin and j submit! inn i resolution deslKiied to "The organization, which we. hav J perrone. These force were defen-j prevent It beiiijr Included in any war tthe honor to represent manna 'or dustrlal peace. We favor me esm.'- , or ttncims on ine line ot me oai ionn iiennte on huh resolution w;is ex lishment of right relations between J Xo(-ent, IAbbesse, Vitry fircmoitt. tended. Itepresentative Fnderwood employers and employes to the end : The lieadiUarters of one of our armies I related the substance of a conference that strikes may be rendered unncces-I were established today In the city of : held a few hoiits before with Prenl mirv Jlavlnu proper regard for these , pheims. ! dent Wilson and .Senator Simmons, In we sought in the beginning to .m Industrial conflict in I'olo- aims, j j avoid I rado. Wf repeatedly asked for a with the mine owners, wtin ,h ..i,iect In view of entering into ,.irae,nal relations with them, so .,, rKlue might prcva Had this !. ne. we are confident that the tione. nur,,l InHnulrinl strugua which has been going on In Colorado could have been avoided; Jnstead of bloodshed, bitterness, Industrial strife and eco nomic waste, there could have been established throughout the coal fields peace, prosperity and harmonious co operation. . tt iu our ludgment that employers o.,,i cmnloves through their chosen representatives, ought to settle their differences meet and by mutual ..rumpiit A direct working agree- ment. entered into in a friendly spirit ,.,i, f,.p nhirlinir permanent I nd us- t.-i.i .(.. This, we believe, ougbt to l l,i. I in miners IIII" "l'r,- IJ. V..'.. J .1 tors of Colorado, However, ir.,i ..t ih.' Buffeting and we are waste o.iiii. i. ii ..I - which this strike has thus far impoa- which K1' n,l the additional sacnn.e I will he mude If it continues. re- rt'lllll& ieri... , ponwbilities, as the rcprontatives of our organisation, we accept ;ur P ',.. ,.f tllenieul of the Colo- ..il l....r. e I lie! CIO! e, owi strike subject, oi rourse, to the ol Vin miliel'R 'olorado. "i'i""""1 " "'v ; ' ,..,!,... of . . , .,, r,.,ir, a co. . "-.., ,e held at '"e " " .,,,i .... Septenilier Trinidad. Colo., iu, mo. .' . . I - ,,,.j.in will he la Ken ul 15, at which tune acuoi. I thereon. ..,,, We sincerely nppr-ciiue u.e p al'concern which you in the Colorado strike. " , you do in the name of all tne l'i of our great nation. we 'e:M 11 our oii- tv to respond to yum" carnest wish. . . - 1 1. a We do so, therefore, ih we trusi in me "' '. 1 . citizenship true spirit oi Amen""- - T . l,v John P. tv-a nnnnh,ncri IS sl'c II ii.ult.1 nrnelilent : fratllv J. Hayes, vice I i. iii.i K' 1 i.,, ueere- oresident, and Wllliani tary-treasurer. hy the miners jne leio.s , and aiso piaced helore - operators In a letter to ries.u. .. ... Colorado Fuel and Iron born of the company by nrii.ident Wilson, p.o- vide, in brief, as fobows. . .,,... v .r mice; tne upi'" of a gr cvancecomn.i.t'e i.ythe pres. . . ... conditions; re-em- idem; open . ,,., c,lUty ployment of atriKeis - triKe anu me ;f,,Ph"r;.,"-V federal troops from the district I ' 1 ill . v , ) ' J'- """l1 1 k r i im - .: i i ii POIARE GETS TAX OW FREIGHTS COMMISSION RAS APPROPRIATION ! I COMPLIMENTED IS ABANDONED ' ENDED WESTERN j 0ES36.000M0RE ! j BYTHE EMPEROR BY DEMOCRACY; INVESTIGATION; MADE FOR SHOPS; Czar Nicholas Extends Felic'H tations to French People for Great Victories Over Ger man Invading Force, i I., HORNINf JOU.N.l. imill l0 Cord, aux, Kept. 1 ". 1 1 1 . l- P. m.) President I'oincar haK received the full.iwina I'liA'rani from Ihe K.iHsiati emperor: The tiewi of the luil iatii victory sained hy the French army filln me with joy. I wihI you .most cordial j on, e,i papern,, the S,.i nish war 1 1 n';ialulallonx. The valor of Ha'l;iXi' nil hankcrH, bioki is. theaterH iroops and the talent of (heir chiefs land other aniuetnent plaicN, a lav of are worthy of th i which they belong. ! in i xpressiim nil th (treat nation to 1 talse pleasure i. iidmiri't.ui with mi'." th i repeldie r - which they inspire I Th" iiretldeni of 'plied: "I thank your malesty for !he ".n- 1 Matnlatlons w hich deeply torn li ! :'i..ii, h aii.l her armv. The neiit. Vic- I lory ruined by the liussian. troops in Mialicla has rejoiced all Frer. and the eovernment of th i No dotil't it will he followed .1 ""'-' ili;int succcssei In Herm-ny mid Austria. "J." ranee ia determined to prosecute lii-i ytrt'.ele with all her energy and expresses to her noble ally whole hearted admiration and confident hopes." I'ordial teiegranis of ( oimrat ulations ." ,. . wash;,-,o. M-pt. 16.-A P.ordeaux , ,.,,..!.. f,i,. .ii,u i, to th.. French i 'o-jmveiy aiianKeo yecieroay in ioe ruai mi' (i' l'mun troops in tne Argonne , which the president had expressed the were yesterday north of the line Train-J opinion that action on the war reve court and 1n om ourt, having abandon-jnuu Bhouli he iptli k and decisive, ed Ihe attack on Fort Troyon (river;- Yil,ls to Party Wishes. A'P1se). j When he announced that neither "Yifterday evening French Lor- j nP ll(ir tne president would insist raine had been compb tely evacuated j ,, fi t-i,hl tax in the face of the hy tn-? Hermans, who were witniiraw ing toward Faarburg, Diettze and Cha teau, Salins. "In Ualicin, the fight that has been going on for ten days ended iiiyh great success for the llgssians. One hun dred guns, 30,(100 prisoners, Including 200 officers, were taken by them from the eighth to the tenth. On the whole front Austrians are retiring." ;KitMA i!i'Titi:.vr si:i:iofsi,v M).n(;i;hi:i. dime says Bordeaux. Sept. 15 (7:30 p.'m.) "The retention of die line of the Alsne, north of llheims is of capital Import- unci, in in..- eoein, says the Temps' military review, "The distance between I .... lielhel and Mezieres Is only 25 miles. A short step forward by our troops land the Oerman army's cornmunlca- Ilion through Pelgittm nnrthwest of i the Metis would be definitely cut. "Thi. o.,lo ll.i,. f.f n.lr.,111 tf, I Is bv the territory north of Verdun i This country is densely wnodod and difficult, but is not Impracticable. It has besides the great advantage of being the shortest route to Moselle by Met and Treves where the enemy could oppose a serious ohstacl,. Is pur .... sued and at ine same lime secure men and material." lie llaio Visits Capital. Santa Fe. Sept. IS. Lieutenant Governor K. C. de Baca came over from Las' Vegas tonight to distose of a number of routine matters tie cause of Ihe absence of Governor McDonald from the state. However, Governor McOonald has so far re- covered jn the hospital at n,irQni7ii i that he Is expected home evening. Thursday I HuiMlkapiatl. Mrs. Binx has her appendix Bridge and tangoes doesn't know, Keeps her maids until they marry, And is sorry when they go. Likes her children's course of i-tudy, on no regimen depends: But she feels her limitations When she's chatting with her friends. N. Parker Jones In Judge. Means of Raising Revenue to Be Similar to Those Em ployed Duiinr, Spanish-Am-ciican War, Says Caucus. lit McmNIMd JOU.Ntl trtCML I I.. ID I aelutinlon, tepl. I - A liiindonint: ; I In- proposed lax on 1 1 lit irannpoi -jlaliou, the deinocram of the rmit.se iCHUciiM tonight agreed lo a war reve 'niie measure, whuh will in hole the i Spanish war (damp tux on commercial two i ents a gallon on K.iiohue, a spe cial lax on toh.icco mantifai'lurels and ilenhrs, and ilotnestic w tin s und he.r. ' The rain ns ii .1 . 1 1 1 1 oil a resolution di recting Hit ways and means commit tee to draft a hill hIomk these lilies, I'resldeul Wilson lii'viiiK approved the u .. ...... r.. ...... .... i. i.i. i .. 1....I. .. .,. ... .1 .'. II' . .Till. .tlrlj.'l I.J I , i.. I. ..i...... i , t.... I..' I V ll' I nut I ,. fl..l.l r1!!!!- ni"iis I, ile totlay. I he conunilti c was Th r 1 ' ! also miveti authoiity.lo reve the de !y i 'her f .Vi,.,i,sh wiir tax in Its ilis- j i Iction. No S'dit Oii iir. ! Kiei ted w ide diKaKt'ccnii nls which I threatened to embarrass the ailininis- nation did not develop, Itepi csi rita i tlve t nilerwooil IniprcssinK upon the i atu tis the necessity for united action " ", "j- ""' Mr. I nderwood nniitiunred .hat the proposed bill would yield an cstimat- .,.,. f 0r,,oo.u0; the stamp to '.vie Id j:tr,,0ati,( ; special taxe. u, Irokers. $r,,MHi,0.i.t; isputal tax on t bai co dealers, M, 000, . "'"s u ,'"n an Increased tax of Till , $3:!, fiiiu.niHin; gasoline, i eveniio inn. party opposition, there was Hn-outburst of cheers. Mr. Fnderwood frankly told his colleagues that u break with Ihe president over the pending Issue would not he well for the democratic party nor the country. This also aroused enthusiastic demon strations. The fender's speech brought the democrats into un amiable frame of mind, although the spirit of antag onism lo any war tax had been up permost before the caucus met. Rep resentative Page withdrew his reso lution of In'itrticl ions to the ways and moans commute, and Mr. Fnderwood outlined to the caucus (he alternative plan, which was promptly approved. Visit, srs to Museum. Santa Fe, Sept. IS. Mrs. Boding W aist of (luuyauuU, Koiindnr, register-1 ed at thoNevv Mexico Museum today, leight members for end men wno nu.e ; Shu una 1.11 hi.r Wuv In I,, In h.,.lhHll firCViollw Stage eXl ICI' I efli r, niOStly I band, now a mining engineer at llur- ley, Grant county, expecting to turn soon, however, with him to Kcuador, where he Is Interested In mines, and which country she prefers to make her home. It. J. Clancy, as sistant lo the manager of th South ern Pacific, with headquarters at San Francisco, was another museum visi tor, who was especially Interested In the Maya relics, paintings and pho tographs making a plea for their ex hibit at the San Francisco exposition, hut was informed that the Kan Diego fair has already pre-empted them and that It Is there that New Mexico will make Its showing: to the world. With him registered Division Super- interment j . n. wiiiiams and 'train l,liI,ilI1'r M- MllThy of Tucson. jArlz. Others who registered were: J. ' F. Bonham, Las Cruces, who was astounded at. the work done by the school and museum In restoring Ihe palace In which be had offices thirty-four years ago; U. E. Bibbee, Winchester, N. H. ; K. C. Wilkinson. H. W. Hale and I.ee Scarborough, of Texlco; Charles I..' How ley, of Win chester, Va, ; K. Douglas Brown. Sterling. Kan.; A. A. Boyle, New Ha ven, Conn.; K. H. Van Deerdorff, Den ver, Colo.; L. B. Moorman, A. J. Moss man, T. J. Curtis, 1. h. Oliver, Socialists Denounce of Los Angeles R Dealers in Developing Prop erty for Sale, lis Angeles, Calif., Sept. li. The; j western tour of the industrial tt lu-j j lions i ooiiiiiNsli.il , inled w ith lis hear j lug here today. Most of Ihe lomiois hlolnis will i.1e tniii.iitow lol thill I homes. A preliminary icport of the I findings west of Chlcnt'o will be drawn up in Chicago smile time in October and mtbiiiitted to cone-ross on Novem ber 1. Condltlona in southern Imlus (lieH will be Investigated In henringi beginning about November 1".. Heal estate promotion hemes and the ownership of homes here iSy woikers were the , hicf subjects In vestigated today. Only about 10 per cent of the workers own their homes, it was testified, hut about SO per cent of them are trying to pay for homes In monthly Installments. "A real estate conspiracy and not n municipality," was the manner In ivhh h Franke F Wolfe, a socialist ed- Out aeuli.n..,..,, Illlu ,.ile " , Mr- xv,,,f chuiged thai fine) Hi.uls were i cing built Into sparsely s.ttled tnotmtaln sections by unfortu rates arrested as vagiunts in order to cubance the Value of projierly. Most f these used by ,.w ncrs. roads, he slid, anyone except never motor were ca r "Blanket stiffs, or luen wlltl liltle (r no money, are sentenced to work from ten to twenty nays on these I roads," he testified, ' I ' The state laws permit the county t pay these men $ 1 . r, n per day tor their work, but Instead the connly su pervisots pay them from ten to thirty cents n day. Many return here with little money and Willi hatred In the,r heafls for society, get drunk and then go out alined with pieces of gas pipe. That is why we huve' a rrinle wave every winter." Joseph K. Swilzer, a carpenter, tes tified that several teal (state firms here will not employ workers unless they turn back part 'of their wages for stock in Ihe company for which rliey are working. A sawed-off shotgun, forty of which type the l.os Angeles police recently bought, was Introduced as an exhibit by Mr. Wolfe. He mounted Ihe phfl fcrtn mi whiih Ihe commission was silting and demonstrated the rapid firing possibilities of the firearm. "Kvery group of persons Hint 1 know of in this city except union la bor h,fk a,n arsenal," he declared. .vTr. Wolfe's views of the local strug gle between employer and employes Ih pessimistic. He said he retired from Ihe Herald because he published Hlories the local merchants and man ufacturers' association did not like. F. .1. y.eelandelaar, secretary of the or ganization, lemitiert in rebuttal lo va rious witnesses that bal officers ure us ready lo protect workers as em ployers. ELKS OF EXPERIENCE j ON STAGE SIGNED FOR i END MEN AT MINSTRELi The F.Iks minstrel committee mn wil n uncxpecien success in i""s as amateurs. The other eight will re-jmake up In dignity anil pomposity what tney hick in experienie. The committee, however, has not met with unqualified success in con scripting the chorus, only a few of the twenty-one members wanted by the committee have enlisted. How ever, the campaign combines, and the commltlee entertains no doubts that it will be able to sign up Ihe desired number. , The call for the meeting for Thurs day night has been changed lo Include all Klks. Joe Bren, of Kansas City, who will direct Ihe minstrels, wants to talk to them, The time will be 7;H0 o'clock. M.y Head, I'liilterhie Heart, lloalltig Specks. These are signs of kidney and blad der trouble. You'll have headaches loo, backaches and tie tired all over. Don't wait longer, but begin taking Foley Kidney pills at once. It won't be long before your miserable, sick feeling will be gone. You Will sleep well, eat well and grow strong and ac tive again. They are a tonic and yonr entire system a well s kidneys and bladder will be benefitted by their use. Try Ihem. For sale by p.utt's, 'Inc. ) Methods 'Money Is to Be Expended for rmv.-rHity .. .w Men,.,, , , . l will be on hand at the Pititiey building eal Estate! Machinery in New I owerst..iniri,i. n.t m ,imu,i ti.t,- win i. House' and Steel frame Car Shop. Under- The Santa F, Maganine f.,r Sepiein- ber, received here yesterday nialn the Information that the company bus authotl.ed the expendiiure of IP.ri.iiiiii more for Ihe , ,iii.iunit of the new (.hops lo r,'. Here Is Ihe Itciui;.. '1 list : Alhuiiicriiie Installinij uiacliinery In the new power house, $Lt),n(iii. Albuiiieriiie Installation of new equipment In the steel mulct Crame car shop. I3.U00. Albinnn rune Installation of six Santa F telescoping hydraulic drop pit Jacks, one " 1-2-ton traveling crane and one IB-ton locomotive crane In the new roundhouse. $l3,no. The railway also has made an ap proprliillon fir the reconstruction of the passenger elation and Harvey In. use. This amounts to lllo.Oiillii. other appropilatlotis for the Albu Miieriiue division follow: Pcllciiioiil Installation of sloek- yrds, 1,700. Winslow-lleconstrucllon of depot and Harvey house, :Iii,0ihi. Bridge No. A-14il liaising glade, d lclilng and renewing bridge, 6,ti00, ilrants Construction of a 8(in-tn capacity mechanical coal thute, $10, 000. NIGHT SCHOOL PROVES VALUABLE INNOVATION tSMCIAL r. .eis iOUSS.U Simla Itosa. N. M., Kept. 15. The Cluad.iliipe county high school at this place has Introduced un Innovation somewhat novel to the public schools in New Mexico. There has been estab lished a night school which Is taught, tuition free, three evcinngH In each week for the benefit of those who cannot attend the day school. It 1 the aim of Ihe school to be of service to those, U.th old and young, who need this service rather than to those alone who can attend during the day. Thus far there is an enroll ment of eighteen at night and twenty-one In day school. The subjects being offered in the nluht school are Klemcntary Knglish. Business Arithmetic. Bookkeeping, Shoithand, Typcwtltiug and Spanish. 1 $P11 . ; : J I , ill BRASS BEDS .liiM received a large shlMiierU or Bit ASS HFDS. ('nnsMIng of tip-to-ilalo style and llnlsli, which are on sab- at crintly rcdm-ed price-.. IIVTIIV SPKCIAKS Two-incli post Tied, iTj'iil;ir $18.00 value, only ...$12.50 Tvvd-iiuli niitimi')iH post Itcd, regular prit'C $25.00. t.nly Sl i: TIU.M TIIFV FURNITURE, CARPETS, DRAPERIES A..D CTCVI3 213-215 West Gold Aver::. A bw gathering of the young men of Allui'Pier,ie the elcmenl of Ihe community must lo lie benefited 111 the Interest of the proponed V M. C A building will le held tonight In Ihe ntlics ol I;, I.. Putney mi Kant fen nel ii m on,. Willi I, view to poshing Ihe work for the iiectmn of thai building. Mr. Putney, who fiom the first has been most iiclne tn the mutter of gel ling ti Y. M. C. A. building for Allitl ,ucriie, Muted yesterday thai the or ganiratlon from now would be placed chiefly In the hands of Die young men of the city. It Is the vimihk num. said Mr. Putney, who will gain most by the nioSfiiiciit and the young men who have the most lime and enthusiasm to give to II. For that reason he has made a special iipp.al to the young men of Albiuiueriiiie lo help In the work of oig,uilal ion for the move ment. Piiu llenllv the i nine male enroll- ,a large gatneiing iioni ine cuy, ao inngemciits for n gathering of iMhl j have been made, and indicat loin, bib i that the titten latp e will measure fully ' up to that number. ) The V. M. C. A. committee from New York, whli h is to have iharge I of the i.'impnign lo raise, funds for th,. erection of Ihe lull ling, Ik to be i In re on November 17, und every ef ' fort In being made to punh the work lo the point Where the minimum of I labor w ill I c pla ed on thai commit I lee. A genelal Imitation Is extended ' to the public lo be present Nt th i meeting at (he Putney building to- jilahl, and all the young men lire spe- clajly urged to turn out. Null for IMvonts Kaiitu Fe, Sept. 15. In the district court today Mrs. Myrtle OaUowltoh of Certlllos, filed suit for divorce aaalnsl l'anlcl tiallowltch, on th charge of uon-snpport and cruelty I ' j Want b high grniln unployeT Or j the belter grd of servants? Mak 1 use ot th want columns of tha Jour nal The VM. FAKH COMPANY Wholesale and Itelail Peiib-rs In 1HI.SII AM hI.T MlvVJS Sausage H SHidnlt. For Cattle and Mogs the BlglTest Market Prices Are Paid, BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 220 V. (.old Phone 4 W CHICHESTER S PILLS l.atfl,.il Ak rr ru,. ,. . hl-rl.i lr IM...n J llr.4 t'UM la 4 ..'! fc.iU KrulllcV I."., MUnl llk llhw HH4...A. V Tk alLer. fif rr " nnl. A.kl. lll rllY .Tra PIAMosn II MAM, I'll.l . ( prftln.mn t heU Salrrt. At HrXMM SOLD BY DRUGGISTS IVlRYH'XLKfi iiU.uu AltK HANDIIOS.