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i ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL; WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 13, 1915.
THREE s What BUTT SUMMONED TO MEETING OF CAPITOL BOARD Something Must Be Done to Make Room for State Em ployes While Legislature Is in Session, imcial oispatcm TO MORNIKil JOURNAL! nta Ft", Jan. 12. War has been . ... ,i in the capitol anil a harry ih (i cull has been sell! to eraim i.iui in Mlniqai (iie to ntl'iid a special scs sioii of the caiito custodian lioanl p, morrow. It has all urisn over the fl that the capitol is too small to n',,1,1 Loth the legislature anil the ,4ic officials. Came Warden Trinidad C. del'.aco has the l.of.1 been driven out in ins on ice on third flour and dumped with his ,s, paraphernalia and records in- t the corridor on the rust rioor. Stale Auditor W. (',. .-'argent wan a-ked to vacate one of his offices to make room for the name warden hut fMSl wanted to nee by what authority ). was being ordered to give up the fli,.,. roiiin. Hence the call for a n-ssiuii of the board. REMARKABLE EXHIBIT SHOWN ATOLD PALACE IRSCIAL DIBRAfCM TO MORNINII JOURNAL! Pallia Fe. Jan. 12. A remarkable ..i,.,,i itic uml art exhibit was thrown I ,, ii to the public this afternoon in the reception room of the l'alace of the Coveinois. It will be up for only two days and is well worth a , ;v,i i i , ,i.i I be distance. It consist ,,f more Ihan a hundred designs In Mack and w hile as well as in colors, l.ii i.ai.d by K. .M. Chapman of the) School of American Archaeology, for the Fthnological building at the Fnn-nma-1'alifornia exposition at San Diego. The designs show the development of the ornamentation nnd designs on Pueblo Indian pottery, itrinclpally' from the bird motive. One series is taken from prehistoric pottery taken from the cliff dwellings, the other from more recent Pueblo pottery. The designs are a revelation and de ,.i,i,iiv miioue. They throw a flood of light upon Pueblo art and the, evolution of pottery designs, which in, many instances manifest an exiraor-.,, dinary skill and sense of proportion j on part of the Pueblos. j L . S CAMTA FF WOMAN IS""- MADE BANK DIRECTOR I9PICIAL DISPATCH TO MORHINO JOURNAL Kama Fe, Jan. 12. A woman was elected a bank director today at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Santa Fe Bank nnd Trust com pany. Mrs. Christina WientKe is the lady thus honored. The other directors elected were JiiilRe X, !!. I-aiifihlin. Ir. K. K. Me- ra, A .1 Tenre. Dr. James a. nous, Cfiirm' M. Kinsell, W. H. Wickham. F. C. W ilson, 11. W. Lively, J. H. -a-my, Fred Miller, Juan Ortiz, J"t"i w Hays and I-eandro Martinez. Since reortiiiniinu on March 1.', 1914, the bank has increased its re sources Jim. nun ami is tn:,e!v unit hcalthv erowth. The di rectors will meet to elect officers. tomorrow afternoon DUNLAVY DISCHARGES FEDERAL PRISONERS lltldlL OISRATCH TO MORMIH JOURMALI Santa Fe, Jan. 12. Fnited States Coniinissioner Mclvin T. JMmlavy today discharged Faustino Olmiin, who has .served ten months for selling liquor to the Indians mid thir tv ,i:,ci f..r m.ii.oavment cf fine. He t:J;tZ .nw:.ul,rtL,FE INSURANCE companies ipi'ir on an Indian reservation mi thirty days for non-payment if fine mid costs. (loyernor McDonald today granted a conditional pardon to Carl Vernon, sentenced to the reform school in Oc tober, pi 1 3, to serve frotn two nnd n half to three years He is to report euch month to the superintendent of the school fur lh. term that his sen tence would stll have to run. SANTA FE PERSONALS. :srtciL dispatch to morning jourml Santa Fe, Jan. 12. Hnginccr J. W. Johnson left today for San Marcial to inspect the roud and bridges on Fl ('anil no Ileal between that point and 1 l-"s I. unas. Judge A. J, Abbott, who is in town '"day from the Bito de los Frljoles, reports the road to that part of the I'ajarilo park closed to automobiles 'y the heavy snow which for six 'lilies is more than a foot deep. liny s,, nits Ucorganlcd. Siintu I'e, Jan. 12. Scoutmasfer ''"niiell, ,,f the Fnited Slates forest "''Hie,., w, while siationed at Sil ver Cny last vcar oi'Kaniitcd an es I" i I illv Micersl III lie .;, of boy Si Ulliv, 1 ! Ie I ill 1 1 1 it I..V.,,lrf mi a- I ! 4.1, , b S alay I eel glilli.ed Hie Sallla olltK. T , my oiiiim men e and rlmse the l.d utlcl- d.-i idlliK li I'ull I al .-Hi, litu I 'hail man. Ir ..ml U lnt p I had, Jo I. ad V In in all I, I Allall New in COMPOUND SENTENCE AND LARD COMPOUND GET, ALL MIXED UP RtCIAL ClSRAtCH TO UORN,N JOURNAl.1 Santa Fe, Jim. 1.'. The answers to xirn of iht- examination iicstions for teachers' ,,-rtifii -tit fx tit various 001111 ty scats this month have innliiri'l some weird if not funny impressions. The department of education today received two astounding replies to the following simple proposition in grammar: define a simple, h com plex and a compound sentem e," ne answer was that a wimple wn tonee was a Jail sentence, a complex sentence u penitentiary sentence und a compound sentence the death sen tence. The other answer was: "John is a simple sentence; Tom ami Fannie Is a complex sentence, ami a com pound sentence is something like laril eonipounil ." EXTENSION IS GRANTED TO SANDOVAL COMPANY SRICAL DISPATCH TO M0RNIN4 JOURNALI Sam i Fe. Jan. 12. Slate Fnglneer James A. French today grunted an ex tension of time under two permits to the Sandoval Grant company, of Which V. S. Sen. Thomas 1!. Catron is a director, for the use of water to reclaim 20,0(1(1 acres on the Hostile ite In Apache grant in Socorro coiiuiv. Time is Riven until March 1. 1919, to complete the project and until March 1, 192'', to apply to use. Something like 2.00(1 acres are already under cultivation. Iteriinrkablc results were reported under the Antelope valley ii rig.itlo;i district in Colfax county, formed un der the 1909 laws and under which bond;! were Issued. The thirty-seven families under the project have culti vated (1,000 acres and last year their net profits aggregated $7."i,0"0. A!- most 20,00(1 aoies altogether ale to be cultivated eventually ami Htlit" Hngit r James A. French today t ninted an extension of time unl il j Januaiy 1, 1917, to complete j"f a ml uiit d .la iiuai v I , I 9 1 S plele I be proj. i t. Siiiiihiil.y an extension of June, lii, r.HC, to complete, pro- lune l and No. vetnber Hi, of that year, to apply was granted the socorro Power vi I.iitht Co., which has half completed a hi? power project on Mineral creel; in the MoKollons, Socorro county. How ever, the demand for power from the mines is ,s,i ureal that direct diver sion wiil not furnish sufficient povv.-r and therefore permission was granted to make it a storaKe project. A simi lar project to use the waters of White water creek for power purposes in the MoKollons, Is also under way. distribution if Funds, yiinUl p,,, Jan. 12. State Treasurer v Marrnn expects to make his monthly distribution of funds in a few days. He received today the following; taxes: Socorro, $ 4 , 3 ! 5 . 7 5 ; Roosevelt,. $3,02(1.49: Kddy. $2,024.91; Itio Arriba. $ 1,H1 9.9!; Sandoval, $4, i41?.,02: Otero, $ 1 0,747.03: Taos, $991,- &X: San Juan, $5,fl79.34 ; yuay, $.1, 515.21; Sierra, $l,fifi2.25; Curry, 19, Jil'ri.O.'i. Otero county reports $.'!9, 671.92 of 1914 taxes collected in De cember, $437.34 of 1913 taxes, $1S4.- 73 of 1912 taxes; $535.56 of 1911 I taxes, and $223.94 of 1910 and prior taxes. Taos county reports $3,391.41 ot iis taxes coiiecnii; i;a.iui oi 1913 tuxes; $1 20,40 ,,f !H2 taxes, and S12H.9S of 1911 taxes. j I Visitors nl Museum. ! Santa Fe, Jan. 12. Dr. and Mrs. i j J. Ferguson Chalmers of Edinburgh, J Scotland, were visitors at the XeWj j Mexico museum today. Others whin registered were J. F, Sulr.er, Albu-! .iieriiie; James V. Kobins, Hillsboro; IF. M. Borqucz, Hillsboro: C. H. Cole, I ! Sun Antonio; .Mrs. J. K. Flanders, I I, us Cruces; Mrs. H. McClanaban, j Fast I.as Vegas: Mr. and Mrs. l.eorge 1 H. Piouty, Boston. CJovrriior Ajipolnls Nolarics. Santa Fe,. Jan. 1 2. (loyernor Mc Donald today appointed the following- n tarics public: William Leo I.an igan of (bAlnp: James W. Prude, Mesralero: B. F- Moncus of lrma. guay connly, and Juan Pattenghr Wagon Mound. of They Are Closely Observing Public Health Conditions. ., in,, iihvsician for oni of the promnu nt Life 'insurance Compa nies, in an interview on the subject. mad v the !isliin:slilng statement '" one teasoii why so many applicant for insurance are rejected Is because ki.liiev trouble is so mnioii to uie American people, anil the large ni-i- i jorily of those whose applications declined do not even miri"" have the disease. ,,., According to this it. would seem that a medicine for the kidneys, pos-se-sliiH real healing and ciiraiive ,i.,,ieilies, woub! he a blessing to thousands. . Dr Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, ... Y., who ,.rciaie Dr. Kilmer's Swamp Boot, the well known kidney, liver a lid bladder remedy, claim io.n .o.-.-. lug from druggists evidence received moo everywheie, who are eon- slantlv in touch vvilh their customc's. an, I also illlli-J'Ula ,e prool in me form "f Bi'i til ill tcslinionlal p-i.r, from thotisanus oi n .' . . . . , ... remarkably SU' e .1 ,., i. I; Hess ( .1 Used o kidney .. ,' ... a.,... , , ,.ii I. li s l iV el lllterctl- a nil diaioi, , ,, iK ,,ale,nent they lecelve "'"" "... ..,., mvesligaled ami r- v. ,i in r . Illlb'.-S Ho I, . i I , . Ik I, I, IIO o of rood pal iv dial. I I,,, a. ,,,l II Is C", IH O i,-r Tiny buvi lib- lll.lllV ,1 eS 111 lb'' sworn Mate most di.-ln in Ills .-rug le I d ,t 1 1 'I'll pi I p i that I 'I . Iv ' Svs .illlp ,, 10,11 II ,1 I Jl'l a I ,e.- I, UIOI OH"' ie, nl'iicn - VV I 11, 1' I ; New L Most Successful Session in History of Institution in Prospect in Spite of Disas ter Two Years Ago, ISPICIAL DISPATCH TO MORNINOI JOURNAL) Santa Fe, Jan. 12. The enrollment of the Spanish-American Normal school at HI Itito for the winter leri.i I has reached 1115, the largest In the history of the school. Two teachers' dropped out to take up schools "ml ! eleven others took the January exami nation in order to fill vacancies al ready existing in other counties. Th ' year promises to be the most success ful In the history of the School de spite the fact that much prestige was lost by the destruction nf the plant two years , To replace the school lbrary de stroyed by fire, contributions hftva been solicited mid fifty voluinns be ing added during the months of De cember, among which was u new en cyclopedia, the gift of Kev. Father Pa jot of Fl Kilo, who also conlrihu: ed several other voluinns. The spirit of the student body Is excellent and Is reflected In the gloving- attendance. CAPITAL CITY BANKS i HOLD ANNUAL ELECTIONS' f IRPICIAL DISPATCH TO MORNINR lOURNALl I Santa Fe. Jan. 12. Holh the First .,. .,, ,.,, i... ,,,i , i, Kai,la Lv It.mk and Trust company held their annual elections today. The First National re-elected directors .Major liufiis J. Paleii, tis x-I Mayor Arthur ScliKinan, bev i A. HukIics, John !. Schumann and Sol omon Spitz. The directors met Im mediately and elected Major Palcti, : president; l-evl A. Hughes, vice pres ident, and James li. Head, cashier. The First National is the oldest bank in the state. Takinu; of Testiniony ( oncliidcd. Santa Fe, Jan. 12. After hcim,' In session fourteen da.vs, of which thir teen, includiiiK- several eveninKs, were devoted to hearings, the takiiiK' of tes timony belore JudKe John It. 5lcFie, reti ree, in the case of the F. M. HiWKs Tie and Stores company vs. the Arlington Land company, defendant, and Thomas 1. Hums, intervenor, was continued today. The hearing was as between the plaint i rf and the inter venor and involved the cultintr of timber on 73,000 acres of land in Pin Arril a counly. Judge Mi Fbi will inake his findings of fact and conclu sions of l.'W to District Judge II. F. Ktiyiiolds, who 'sits In place of Judge K C. Abbott in the case. the 1 It-lil lor Santa Fe, Jan. (mini Jury. 12. Justice of Peace Alberto (larcht today held One cimo Munla for the grand jury under $500 bond on the charge of non siipt'ort of his wife, who appeared as the complaining witness. SOPHOMORE GIRLS TO GIVE LUNCHEON FOR THE REST ROOM FUND (By High School Stuff I I The sophomore girls, following the j example, of the seniors and juniors, j will give a enfetaria luncheon at noon I tomorrow on the first floor of the high school building. The proceeds will go to the rest room furnishing fund. This luncheon, the interest al ready fhown indicates, will be the most successful of affairs of the Sot t given at the high school, Classes in solid geometry, commer cial law and spelling and penmanship will be organized for the second sem ester. The two sections 111 second year algebra will be discontinued. The High School (Bee club lias stalled practising for a one-act musi cal satire, "The Bargain Hunters". Mr. Mandell , Sol Weiller, of school ycstei'da; I' New Yo'k and Mrs. this city, visite, the afternoon. Fl'forts are being made to arrnn're for a liaskitball game between the High school alumni and the present school team. WOODMEN AND NEIGHBORS WILL INSTALL OFFICERS There will he a Joint installation of Modern Woodmen and Boynl Neigh burs of America this evening- in (hid Fellows' hall. AH members of both lodges are reiiuested to be present. A cordial invitation is also extended ti. visiting m, 'UibersN' Proceedings com mence at X o'clock. At Ihe close of official business there will be a varied program given by friends of the or ders and refreshments will be served, to be loll,, wed by an iinprompl u dunce. Following Is the program: Piano Solo March of Ihe dwarfs. . Miss Kathrrine Abel. Beading -Field (irdcrs .....'I. Candr Mrs. N. J. SIi'iiiiuiiiihI. Violin Solo Iter Suliii ibr liable.. M l.-.s pal. Ii Song The Si , hi Soiiii . , . II. I .a-i on J.IIIII i, , I . Bull. nd I '. M . I' .Mall, I , .-I b I il a ml Viih Ml.-.. U i 1 III I SU O !:' , II I of I III ll LOCO BREAKS RECORDS OF ENROLLMENT 'I ill lb. ,W I'nl.l Me X1CO PERSISTENCY OF STATE LAND OFFICE RESULTS IN SUBSTANTIAL REFUND ISRfOAL DISPATCH TO MORNINft JOURNAL) ' Santa Fe, Jan. 12 The state of New Mexico today had a windfall through the persistency of the- Mate land office in insist inn on the right l.f the stale. It received a refund of $ a,:tlll of federal land office fees It hnd paid and will net buck $.i,nnn more from I'm le Sam. The fees heretofore paid for each filing were $2, that Is one dollar each for the receiver and the register, t'nder u recent ruling, each is entitled only to r0 cents so that the slat.' will get back one-half of the filing fees it has paid. WOMEN MAY BECOME MEMBERS OF COUNTRY CLUB NOT ACTIVE The Country club at its tnectlm; last nUtit ehanue.l laws to admit women, who a u ml ll j :ts ,.v have n" men relative here, to been me KH'Ml tiers. The women w II pay the same du-s nabl bv the men. Ilowiver, they will not le- charged entrance fees and w 'l not have the prlv Hckcs of active mec bcrship. The dues of temporary mem-j hers vvefe redu.ed from $ I a to $'. j liwiliK to the fact that T. S. o,.! sey, Ir., president, was ill, Keiiben Perry, Vice president, presided. FEDERAL PfflSH IRPKCIAL rtlRRISPONI'SNl S TO MoRNINd JOURNAL) l.eav cinviri I h, Kan., Jan. 12.- Tin rapidity Willi which they con stfilcted the west cell house at federal prison v, here W as one the iirKUiuenls put forward I'm the of ntly COIl- by 17 structural irolivvoil; victcd ill the "dvnnmite ci cases at Indianapolis, who before the federal parole hi vened here. ITS uisidracy" appeared lard, con- llavin i-rved third of their sentences the men ar parole. The applicants are: Buffalo: II. S. Hockln, A. Clancy. New ( hjeans eligible j',,i' J. T. Puller, Detroit: K. J. 11. Barry, 5t. I.ouis; P. J. Morran, St. II. W. I.cgleilner, Pittsburgh ,oiiis; C. T. Beam, Minneapolis; Peoria. 111.. W. It. Cllv: P. J. Smith dersoii, Cleveland; New York; W.F. 1! lalvvard S'liythc, Brown, Kansas and Oeorge An Flaiik C. Webb, ihlin. Milwaukee: K. J. llig hardt. Cii ins, Be innn ti ; don: W i:. w. Bern- j Bascy, In liauapolis. Frank M nor head not eligible When th. n.van of Oh for d' the ironworkers, was for parole, men came back to the j prison after their appeals had been j denied. Warden Morgan dicided to I put them to work on the West cell house. For seven years the prison management hud been trying to get this completed, but ai no time were .there enough ironworkers ill prison I to finish trie ton. 1 it vii n was mndi' foreman. It 1 1 . i .1 I been a long time since the (la-.vear- old head of Ihe ironworkers bad been on a .lob, but sic showed his old time skill and ability and with- ! in six. months the ironwork on t '1P Icell house was complcleil. ' only one of the men who applied j for parole failed to do his shale in j the ((instruction work. 'I'lmt man was Hockin. and he was v help, but Ihe others ob.iei eiinsn nf ihe Hurt he plav. tilling to ..-il be-! d in the prosecution of the in nvvoikcts by the government. Hockin has been fndiua a gate in rtic prison yard. He did ' leave the prison yard. He did not leave prison on bond when Ih'' others did and was rli.-.ible for pa- role at the last ine.'ling f tile board. ' luiiity, ll President ii tiUe.l l,e his ollllol' ' . ' . ... , never. ll t le Mope ilia, . Wilson would pardon him 'Tape's Diapcpsin" makes sick, sour, Rassy stom achs feel fine. Time II : ach dlstres: liearl burn, acid, or era no dizzi lic In five 'm-untes all slom wlll go. No indigestion, i, urness or belching "' lalions of lllldigesl' d food, , bloating, foul bi Hh hen, I. iclie I'ape's I ii i pepsin ia noted lor n , ,1 in l. uulallng lips' t rl'Onacle It is the sun si. unirkest and mosi '. i -lain lielh . stum rciiu ib. ,n I be v hob world, ami bo-mien ,1 is li-n ml'-ss Millions ot men ami women now eal ,i , ii.- t, u itlioiil leu Ilhcv I I it I. V km 1 1 1 w P., in al pe s dlapi psl v si, mi, i, b li will Hiv IN. olif Ml I. ' U' I ' ' " '' e of i',1 l'i ''.- I "-IP' I" 1 11 1 1 Ill Ii "e p I'l r.toie l. in I pal V"!" I, dual I ' ill', I b' li I I. DYNAMITERS IN AS FOR PAROLE END INDIGESTION ! ORSTOiGHPil in rmr nmtlllTrC iruivLiyin.uiu! n,l ii , el ,' SQUABBLE WIT SENATORS SOON TO BE ADJUSTED President Has No Desire to Name Poisons for Federal Appointments Obnoxious It To;-;!- wearers, IRT KORNINH JOURNAL RRlCIAL IIOIO WlRS' ashnigton, Jan. I 2 - 1 icinncritilc j members of the senate were hopeful tonight of an curly settlement of d, I' ll', tones which have arij.cn between ' President Wilson ami some of their j number over federal appo niment ' j i:v i.leiiee of this feeling was markel as a 1. mil of a outer, -m e dill inif 111" dav between the resi,ent and S'li.i- !"' ".. Thn..,s a.,.i .ioi,so,, j majoril.v membeisit a suli commit b'e ,,f tb" sen. He finance conimtlt "' which has under i onsl.lerat ion the nomination ot Come lla.tiptoii as mi leinal revcinn eollector for the Can- j dell district of New Jersey. I Th" president is undeistood to have (told the senatois that he had no In t tention of makini,' u ppoinl nienl.s "I men personally obnoxious to the In terested members of the senate. I There was apparent a general ex I peetatioii that some satislai torv 'ir i raimeineiit will be made as lo iiomi I nations. SUFFRAGE BILL IS BEATEN, 201 TO 174 (f't.hllmir.l I r..ll, I'llKP Ollp.l His coin biMoni were that women buy one pa Pi r In t hirl V-t hree bought li men and that as slieit car leaden,, the ralio anioiig women is as one to 99, an. I among men readers as one lo two. "Woiii'ii generally," he said, 'arc I , imt int. m m. d m publics for wbiib the saints be fnnver pi a ised - for I do not like to think of the day w In n papa's purse will be railed upon m contribute to two opposing public. il vv igw a ins. ( me is plenty. "Yes, Mr. Speaker, the women of this mil n't cnpilal are beautiful- In deed, their beauty is positively dis turbing to business; their feel lire beaulilul; their ankles are bcntiiiful -but lu re I must pause all Ibis do I assert on that kind of evidence re- i nun id by tlreenleafs fust rule- nui they are not interested III al fairs ot stale." This brought forth more lilts, s, and lb presenta I ive I'owdle re marked : "This is the last chance of the in stitution known In the Fnited Slates as thc(iibl Man, to save his panls." I'le suggested that American wom en, Instead of going Into politics, re solve on it investigation of the race suicide niistlon and examine into ; "the memnp to our nation found in i the fa, t thai w ithin ten years a mul ! til ml.. ,.f American women w ith great ! fortunes gathered by American men I have laid them to the extent oT liiin ! dreds of millions of dollars at the feet of foreign lords and dukes." i "The nei d in this country Is more 'marriages." Mr. P.owdle added.' "Am erica, nurds a new baptism of the old time masculinity- We need the old t v pe of feminine women." As the day passed Into night, Willi Ihe debate Mill In progress, urgii m, Ids for suffrage Were made by Keprescnlntivrs Sloan, Ouricr and Mulkey. Keliresenlalive Decker of Missouri, I, ,.,. inK thi alueiidiiieiit. replied to 1 f lenresentu I ivi I!.. nr. sen ta vo Howil le. lie iieciuieii jlhal the governmental ro-opcral loll j if w.(ini(.n Wlis u great blessing and the idea that woman's lack ir nhmty f,,r military service, dis iiialified her as a voter, j Bcprrsentativcs llavden of Ari izona, Keating of Colorado, Volstead iof Minnesota, liellly of Connecticiil, ('line of Indiana, Fess of Ohio and I Baker nf New York, also SU, ported !lhe amelldnient. I i lleiiresenlative llohnin , of All-' i baina. Ipl.-aded for Hie aineiidm i-nt ! I nsserled that If 11 failed this ! lime the forces of nature ami oi s Cod would ultimately ex- , mil ur, e.,,,1 Ihe llallihise lo Women. liepieseiilalive Miller of MilltieHola assillcd that the a uiciidineiit Was "in ciinir.ivcnllon of all Ihe principles of free local s.ll'-gov elll lllrlll." As the tune lor debate drew lo u close, Hie a I ten, hi nee on the floor and in the galleries thinned, members ami spectators hiirrylihg out to i.r,,re settling down to wait for eal the final vole. Brpres.entntives Sab.'ilh and l'.vans spoke in favor of tin iclidnielit anil llcprese Illative Heflin of Alubaiiia made a vigorous speech against it. KeprcscnliitiV" Slal'l'ord closed the deliale In opposition to the bill de claring that mi argument advanced in Ihe discussion bad shown Ihe tieees- sity f federal aclioii oil ine ipies- lion of woman Itepn seiitaliv eon, biding the for Ho- measur, ooing which pri suffrage. Mann of Illinois, republican support , said Ihe same I'eus imptcd ll"' rules com. ! miilee in bringing m i i'" '-'' 1 should pnuniil lb- house t submit j I I In- uinendiiield lo the slab s, ! I pi cseiil al iv Tav lor ol in , ! in closing bis sp, the Opell. lice ol eh. declared mat Ihe slates w ll I v omen v nl,- had pi, inioiiis , u tin al'.iili- I ,1 I! the ai'.'i uf frag". Mis. Vol' nun of II, e ,f th- Nad i li, e cb ii hcim il 1 1 . V iiioai a si., I' ,1 HII. a nl ' ''l a, ,1V .11 e, ,, d I'- l''l lb DEATH RIDES ON ENGINES WITH RAILROADMEN Poity-seven Pel of Fatalities, dint, Among Cent Is Rate Due to Arci Enginoers and Fiu men on Train IRV MCI RNINS JOURNAL RSriL llD WlRl Cbiiago, Jan. 12. -Approximately fol tysey.-n lr iclll of all deaths of lueinhers of the insurance department of the Brotherhood of l.o, omolive Fn gliiecis and Firemen rmdoye,l oil riiili'.iiols are due to accidetit." This statement was made on the witness stand licit- loday at the west- i i n lai ilroiid wage arbitration board heal nig bv A. II of i he insurance Haw lev, oiuuni.it sect' on. tai y lie I adib d ' "It Is believed lll.it ill I occupation W ill the record j hiizard of employ mi ni to ho gli al." iiher i snow the hav e 1 n , a tvpictil 5mi deaths llattlev said that in year, out of a total 191 of among engineers and firemen, .4:1 j Since W'e Kuuraiitce that all testitno wcie due to lailioad accidents. t,iH which wo publish are penuitie, is it 1,221 illnhliliies, ii9l n suited ft'omjn(,, fHir to gUiKse (mt if Lydia K. blindness and ampul. ilbm, the w it- j,,,,',, Veifctuble' Vinpound hus the in-fs slated. II, in Ihe heii.vol about 911,'I'HI. guv nt - the IliemllerslliP oi uiiuial ion 1 At RiMiuosl of Ot'iieial Joffic, Ili;;h Honois Aie Confciictl by Fiench Picsident on Two English Officers, IRt UORNINS JOURNAL SRSIAL IIASSO W, RSI Paris. Jan. 12(1 I : ', Ti p. m 1 Pres: d, nt I'oincnre ,ui his latest trip to the j front, troiii which he returned todav, j In addition to presenting the colors j to the blucjaeki ts there and visltir-T j ' llazebronck, went lo the p.rittsn neao- t iliKiltcts, where he had a long co'i-vei-ation v illi Field Marshal Sir John l.' ,..l, .....l ll... I'lli.ee of Wales llt'd j Investeil the British g. nerals --- S.r i doiiglas llalg and Smith-' oi rleii. Willi the Insignia of gfanil oiiiceis o, the I.eglou of Honor. These were conferred at Ihe s hit j reipiest of Ijeuel ll Jolfrc, the Freip-h I ( ominander-in-clilef. From British heuihiuarlei s, presi dent I'olmare. undeterred by the so- clous iif,k from (lerman shells, drove I in an a utomobib, to Anas. Acciui!- j I ianie,l l,y tile I'leiect oi viia.-. no ' mayor and the bishop, President Poin- i cure visited every part of the rulm d ! I'll y, whose aspect of utter desolation I deeply moved linn. The president I gnai'il for a long time nt the chao:i. j which evci.v where met his eye. All about him were nothing but shapeless j m.uses of slone and walls iiirougu which great holes had be n torn bv ' shcllr. I u the midst of the ruins h ! small railroad has been built .to take I away the fallen blocks of stone from ; the streets. I J't esideiit roinear,- iiuiuireii inn iieo- larlv If the 3, .Mm ItihuhitanU who I - main" I In the city were geltnig sul'fl- j clout food, and before Icnying spoke a j few wards of encouragement lo a number of clllzohH, mostly ebb i'ty ieople, who crept, out of their cellars j on heal ing the prcslih lit was thef". ORE'GON GOVERNOR IS SUCCESSOR TO WEST1, . ..j IRY MORMINO JOURNAL BmCIAL LSARCI WIRf 1 Salem, (He., Jan. 12. Hr. James Wil hycombe. republican, was Iniumu- rated govern,, I' of ( u-egon I, 'day, sir - : i, cling ll-'Wald West, dellioclat. In an iiibliess to I be legislature h' ; mi ,'d that few laws be passed, Aiiioiiffj these he suggested should be enact- I in, uiis mal ing ciifoii i loent of prohi bition certain nnd making seven! slate officers appointive Instead of, clellive. i (liii cruor Wil Is. i on, be look Issue j Willi foiniir (loyctiior Weal w ill re- i gat, I lo sbo w ine pronounced , iii. ii ..- , to pi-is,, us convicted of crime, uny hit; thai only in exceptional cases would ( he set aside or modify senleliees pro- I i id by Ihe curls. POSITIVE RELIEF FOR CONSTIPATION The pl'ogr. I mini i n nn die.,! nun'" foii e Ihe simpll- lerc fully fvlng o edb s o sla iii c, v i, ih lit Is, pel blips, v iib-lil I II I II f many of ll in old I'llie I, 'ni hil, s. For iu- ..! ha rl a s 11 II 1 used by our1. ,- i i.titd ipal i ai be ,,nt mil. ally In, inil, 'I uml e , H i ol I he ill:-,, "in .,1,1 inn - i , i,, past V-th- b. pul'-'a fori father I ll, I- II, I I ipa I . imi. i ,li, ,1 p. ,f .in ,. I.,, id el I U I,,-, i le POINCftflE PAYS VISIT TO BRITISH HUDOUMTEHS WOMAN REFUSES OPERATION TVll How She Was Saved by Taking Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound. Louisville, Ky " I think if mnreuf-ft-ring women would take I.ydis K. I'inkhnrn'i Vegeta ble ('(itniHittntl they woultl enjoy better health. 1 Buffered from a femuU trou ble, and the doetori decided 1 had a tumorous growth and Would have to be operated uinn, but 1 refused ai i do not believe in opera tions. 1 hud fuintinu: ripens, Dlouieu, uml could hardly atniid the puin in my left side. My husband insisted thut 1 try I.ydiu K. I'inkhum'B VeietabU CeniiMiund, and 1 am so thankful I did, fur 1 am now a well woman. 1 ileep . . . t I A..I... inciter, tiu ail iny nouseworn uu mno Hong-walks. I never fail to praise Lydia ' K. I'inkham'i VeKctablo Compound for my pood health. "-Mrs. J. M. Kesch, I llKA) West Umadway, Louisville, Ky. , . . ,,,,, ,,., it ,ll hnlil I 4 It VUD IV III Iff ni"' ii nt ! .my other woman who is Buffering in a ; like manner ? j If you are ill do not drop: along- until i nn operation is necessary, but at once j take Lydia K. I'inkhnin'ii YegetabU : Compound. Write to LydU V.. IMiikluutt j MnliciiK't'olfonliilriiliiill I. mi, j IMilss. Your lrtler Ixs oprlied, ii'inl iiikI imswered by a woiiiuu uiitl lu-bl in Klrh-t i-oitlidi'iu-u. i I rims ImI Tntiuiloc i I'M in laigt' a mix 'I oiiiiitiMs Ilk I :l ans i l'iiil, r IN us i '. if.ns ,f Milinliird urn i tall iiiiKi of Milk I""' i-!io Coi n Sine, Ii, pkg- Argo l.lix Sliiit li, pk)( S Itais of l.tglilhoiise Soiii.. II lulls of Siiiinv Moinluj Soap . .'-' -V . . a.v- , . l!."o ki.iHi . . .'-'((' . . -Tm . .;(' . . :!( . .:!' i 1 nili'x til M inn ,-HMII 1 ll i mis of Is-vt SHI'llilM'S .... I Sweet (trtingcs . Hie .Ml-lb. I l l'vll I rrli I i- si I Imik hire Apples , . 11, n-dcl I'lil'fei" . . Itna-b d :'.( ole('. lb otcil ll.'.r I'tdl'ro U, ilding: Be, I Ul.lf Kin I. fust lot fro CulTee K-,t. .lllvillll'l I'lHIs I"1' We me i-io-lnu out nit Wliiler (.ooils uml imIiI lotv. or Slus-s nt Very l.ovv Pi-Ires. hlldrt n's itmiil SIhk-m. "i t I liil.li, n's maul Shorn. H to ll.."! J.MI Mirn's nooil sIhm-s . . ::,e Imivy Hoys' Kw enters, $t.li( .' . . vorit Doii-An mivs mouk a DOLDE'S ai.Ij j))i3 in:i.ivKitKi. 10-aia Kulll Kwinil Wrtvt. Phone M I FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS l-'or liheuniallsiii, Stomiich Trou bles, Kidney Allmenl", lnflammn lions, Arterial lliirdenlim. Loco motor Ataxia, Nervous lireakltiK, etc. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Climate, llcallh, Pleasure, Large Modern Hotel, Booklet. T. '. McllFHMHTT, 1 aywood, X. Mi. QUALIFY FOR L riVIL CERVICE Klpitdy I'iinII Uiiih tj ll,t,t HitbirirR P S, Civil W, ivI.'R piiys w'i'll nnd nf- fi-rs fiiio i(.).rtmni ! fur n.lvHiieeinRiit. I nil,' S.ua wuntR Ami'l 1,'iins ever 11 tor ill klialK "( w.ll-piilil ,i,llli,ns till over th,- w,,iiil, Then, In a iikIII"H fr y-iu, o,,l nl seme line "f vvmi'U ,v,,ii iviilly Ilk. I'!,,. iiiietiuitieiiiil r..i'fs, inline Sell",, la will Hula v ,11 In ynir spurn , ,MI-' r-T IOIV I'lvll Si'I'VliH i,illl,.H. I. r. S. siii.l.'iin lire rilllnu Well 111,1,1 pe hlllnlis el '-I ywlll'l-e. Ta Icon Inov yell can ,i,:,lily l'..r I lie illl"li V" I'-'VI' I. vvrll- Hi" I '. H. t V- l"list lids uiv ,.lv . s iii, ,.lllj:nllii. Hluiplv- Rlal ll,.. i,.,:ali,,n v,- wall iin-l nn- i will Klaillv I'y fin- Ilia ,11 y,,tl li.,w fun mmil- l,Bili,,n. A,l,lr,s IM I ll VI'ION l. IMtffl HI'KMIKNC K M HIIIM.S t,il USX, Hern, U, ,11, BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with 15 year guarantee. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 221) West (.obi. Phone I HI. Hudson for Signs Willi IMper - , ll ll vv .ib I : II. .Villi d VV I d b 1. HUDSON fur f r.iiiit'ij K tiii t .VII, 1 li ,1 I I . iiio.lll , 1 I i, , ),, V U III I H i -1 i Tfyf(ifrftft7 II 1 , it in.,. VV , I,.. V ,1, ,1 I 'I I'