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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1915.
FIVE UN'S BILL US AMENDED IS NO BILL AT ALL lange of Word "Shall", to "May" Leaves the Law Re garding Appointments to Boaids Just Where It Was, ttPfCIAl OltPATCH TO MOHNIN tOURN A L I Sani i Fe, Feb. 22. The limine this Afterii " ii, by u vote of 41 to 2. pass"d ii ; ,'1 by Mi. Ifontoya, (if Berne lil'l,, i.iii changed the little word "hh.iii ' to "ni'i; ." which, according '." Messrs. Itenehan and Veal, who voted I the hill, mad world of dif ference V introduced the hill rc ui r the anpnlntmcnl of nl least one woMI on ,. , 'i of the boards having the eon- ,,,, , i, I in.iimm no nl of (he state ed ratlnnal, i efiirmiitory and penal Instl- ,ui excepting the military Instl- imi ,i K. .swell, the BCt to go Into of. i January 1. 191. The amendment rhanirex the MM to read (hat the gov trnor may" appoint, Instead of "Shall" appoint. .W originally introduced the hill hud lli,. Ii.m king of the New Mexleo fed t.r:l t i . n of women's clubs. Mr. Ilen- pan, ppOfclng the amendment, said ih;,, in ir one would not vote io hand a gold brick to the women of ll,,. i.H.. anil that as amended tilt Mi i iiriiei I'ssarv, as the governor now has i he right to appoint a woni , mi such hoards, and in fact has done so in the past. Mr. Veal also i that if the legislature wanted irakc a present to the ladies of the ,it,n, i should Klve tiieni tip' genu I pi turasur,. l o Protcx i Landlord II, l:, mi, l.y Mr. (innzuics, to mak !l n misdemeanor to defraud lessor, pill ,1 rent due, lo leave prcmi.-es rested wlthosu due notice and to make ii unnecessary to give more than three days' notice lo a tenant In irr : to , acute, was passed, hut only after determined opposition, the yot' i IS lo 11. The 1!) who went on lead ,'Bilnst the hill are MssSTS, Black, Bryant Dotr, Hewitt, Mann. Mont oya, f Handoval; Montoya, of i:.- jilio Muii'Mi, Palmer, Renehan, Rutherford, Be Ad oval, skeen, skid aiore, Smith, Taylor, Tliarp, Vea and Welsh. fly a vote of 31 to 4, II. B, 49, by Mr. .Mann, defining juvenile delin quent 1 1 1 gone and providing for the punishment of persons responsible for or con'i ibitting to the delinquency rf children, passed. II Ii 1H7, l.y Mr. ('haves, of Tor rance, lc remedy the evils consequent spoil the destruction of any public r,-ir,ls hy fire or otherwise, piiSKed liy i vote of 37 to 1. Mr. Welsh Voting intainst the measure. H i'.. Ill, i.y Mr. Itenehan, to regu late and supervise the sule and pur chase of stocks of private, foreign ami domestic corporations, passed unanimously. Ram reeling Crops Out. II. B, 2f.l, by the finance commit tee, i'. enable the negroes of this slate to make an exhibit at the celebration nf the national half-century anniver sary of negro freedom at Chicago n Aldus', passed by a vote of ."2 lo 3, after a debate as acrimonious us was Ihat in the morning over an appro priation to build a bridge across the Rln Grande el ildefonso. Mr. Hol land declared that according to his in formation the Colored people In New Mexico number only l.f.00 and pay not to exceed $2. .'no school taxes an- sally. Mr. Rensasn replied hy say ing that there are 2, "00 negroes in the slute permanently located and ns mnnv more transient. Mr. Rutherford nsk',1 whether the legislature had ever mule appropria tions for the Spanish-American peo ple, and brought on an Unexpected ex plosion. Mr. Vigil, of Socorro, ob jected most strenuously to the Spanish-American being classed with ihe Btgro. Mr. Lticero added that the Spanish-Americans are able to take care nf themselves, are not begging any favors and merely insist on their rights. Mr. Mullens said that the negroes of New Mexico are so progressive that they maintain two democratic clubs and walk to the ballot box with open ballots in their hands. The hill car ries an appropriation of $2,000. f rglatSttrr Salaries. Both houses this afternoon, after passing the county salary bill, passed an emergency legislative salary bill. Which was not opposed by any mem 1 er, not even those who voted against Light as a Fenther JlyMrt. Janet Mc k'enzie Hill, F.iiilor of the Boston Cooking School Magazine linking Towder Biscuits made bv tins recipe ate so iar ahead of ordinary ba king; powder biscuits that, it once tried, vou will never use any other recipe. i ry it the next time vou run short ol " oave tnis recipe. B C Baklns Powder BUcults Three cups flour; to cup short rmng; 3 level teaspoon, ih K C flahinj, rtmctr; about 1 cup milk or -water- I teaspoonul sail. Sift three times, the flour, salt anil baking powder. Work Into the flour the shortening, using lard or butter for shortening Then mix to a very soft lough with the milk. The softer the tascuit enters the oven, the lighter it comes out. Never knead baking powder lnUvSi ,resS thedoB'i into shape and roll lightly. Cut in small shapes and take on a sheet or very shallow pan in I not n. Iu placing biscuits in the pan: place well apart, notallowingedges to touch. Small biscuits are better than large ones. Large biscuits do not have w proper amount of time to raise and bake. BrfmfelS" ntw K C Cook' Book' 1 ii P",illnif reti' that simply muit ! f"' rTry ,lmc if " ' simpl- dire. - nrC carefully followol. You would glndly ciicrnl th'3 v"J,u''hle hook, yet we jr.id t'fi w Won receipt of thrrolomt cer- I , ' '"ewy M-centcsn of K C Bokinir " J "ni Mm: Co , Clifcaeo. buiall - ,'ut luvc CooL'j Book ccrlibuilu. 20 the county salary bill. It Is Senate Bill III, and authorise ihe stats treasurer i . ... shin pis funds that the legislators tied the I, g slatlve em ployes IBS) draw their third quarter's pay when it falls due. II. H. 214, by Mr, Ken. ban. ts com pensitt. own-i s ,,f certain lands in the county of Bants Ks (or ia and other material taken by ihe penitentiary ami uppn.pt iating tx.iiiiw. wsi ordered referred lu a special coi.tnilttee to ra port within thr lavs. Two or po ration msasurea Bpeaker R mieio. wore laid vcr Mother day. One is H. n its, by for re- quiring rsuroad companies to furnish scales loi weighing livestock al ship ping points, und ihe other H. B, til, providing that the capital stock ac tually paid In. surplus and undivided profits of all building and loan .,s-,-. lotions shall he liable to taxation Franchise Tax BUI, II. B. Ill, hy Speaker Itomero n franchise tax bill which Is to produce considerable revenue, provides for a tax of (lu tor ca. h iiiio.flOti or frae. Hon of capilnliz: n ,,n domestic as well as foreign corporations, to be paid annually before November 10, In addition, on express companies a franchise tax equal to ii upon each mile of line shall be , barged annuallv. while sleeping car, dining enr and parlor oar, refrigerator ear or otht r f rival cars or frelghl line companies shall pay an annual Iriinchiae tax ( $;i for each mil.- operated within the I state. IhoSe companies not nttvlna the tux bv November ::n are to suffer a penalty nf i pet ,-, ni added in au dition lo IS per cent interest until I paid. Mioiner corporation act Introduced today requires thai every railroad must enclose Its right of way l.y good and sufficient fence bttili on either side Of the right of way, with al least one opening at every three miles lor stock to pass through, and every pla a v'hro It Is crossed by a public road It must have un opening al least I0U ie.t wide with cattle guurds al eAch end and fence run to guards. II also provides that where cattle stray on an unfen' e I pi o lailroad it shall nol be eridpnee of contributory negllgen mi in a n.it for damages for sim k in jured kill'd. The proof of the killing of Such livestock shall tie' prima facie evidence Of ihe liability of SUCh railroad To I'rcvcni fOte l iving. Another anti-corporation bU) was Introduced by Mr, smith, ii pro hibits .uiy Official, employe, ageni, tO torncy, representative Of any other person from directly or Indirectly in ftuenclng or bearet hlag to oontirol the vote or any employe. The penalty is fixed at from $ fi 00 to fa, aim and Imprisonment from no to 1211 days. Another bill penalizes any corpor ation Which contributes to any cam paign fund of ;my political Party or to any p rsou for the benefit of any candidate, the fine to be from $r.o to l.nn and imprisonment from 30 to I tiliilaih r Ten. lative t'-a was given tb A leg let noon .i I it the home of .Mrs, W. C, lb-Id by .Mrs. Ite(d and Mi's. Illnck, of RoeWell, in honor of Miss Mary foo por, ot Itoswell, a student at the I'm- v.-rsity of New Mexico. Practically all the legislative ladles, as weli "s local society in full force, attended Mr.c Laughren and Mrs. Iteinl;irg assisted in receh ing the guests, and Mrs. Veal, Mrs. I.ce, Mrs. ICupp. and Mis. Lackey assisted in the dining room. After the legislative session Mrs. Held expects to take up her resi dence In Albuquerque. BY MORNINO JOUSNAL SPECIAL LIASEO WISE Tin- Hague. Netherlands. Feb. '2 (via London, I eh. U, 1 2 :.":( a. Hi.) I A tense under-current of feeling has been running through all classes in i Holland for the past two or three I days. This is attributed to public con icern owning to (Jermanv's action in ! not replying to the Dutch note of pro j test concerning the North sea war I gene und nervousness as to what ! might result from the Cicrman block Hide and submarine activily, which ! possibly might produce an untoward : Incident at any moment. Although vessels belonging to olher neutral states have Buffered, Hutch ships, up to the present, have (escaped damage, but many seamen I are demanding increased w ages ow ing to the risks. Some of the men de cline to sail and have left their ships, I especially those bound for Bflgland. j Numbers of passengers for thP Hutch I Fast Indies have decided to pass i through Germany! la order to take i ship there. Even the Dutch fishing boats, by governmental order, are to be paint ed In the national colors, while their crews have been advised to carry I with them evidences of their n.ition ! allty. The COAtiAUed movement of troops toward Ihe various frontier points, 'and ihe constant work of military engineers on inundation works have Increased the uneasiness of the peo- pie. The newspapers generally refrain from comment ing on the situation. CO-OPERATIVE SCHEME PLANNED BY INDIANS ,V MOENINfi JOURNAL iPE.L CEAifO Wl Tacoma. Wash., Feb. 22. A colon . taatlon scheme, discussed at today's meeting of the Northwestern Federu- tion of American inuinns, coin.-, Ti plates the formation of a land com BtOCh l" be sold only to Indians tre to live on the company pany thai I land and engage in , o-opcraltvc plan ,,,,,, iiiiv. m f poultry-raising and agriculture, ro help fin mce ih coinnanv, claim would be made on the federal gov- fr oio.iev Ml, id 1,1 ! dill' t.l j the Indians from the sale of timber on their liinds. ' Philip Howell, a member of Ihe I Clallam tribe and a well known ora tor, suggest ed the project, ii wtM M ! taken up at a later meeting, an will j nlso be a plan for th, organization nl women of the tribes into an uuxiliary of the federation. Mine. Berabardl Rests Well. Rordcaux. 1'rance, I-'eb. it, A DUl- letin issiied this evening said indi Hernhardt's pulse and tempeia- .Mine. inrn ... ,.i-.. normal nnd that the condi tion of the patient continued good, if ter an operation was successfully per formed by which her right leg was amputated. PlOkS Up Iron Lifeboat. Copenhagen, Feb. L'i (via London. Pah. :i u. m.) Wis Swedish steamer Vala, which arrived at Ksb Jourg today from Norfolk, picked up In mid-ocean an Iron lifeboat bearing the name 'Theodore Palmer, New London." BLOCKADE CAUSE OF NERVOUSNESS ! im MnrijrRi nunc III IILI IILIILHUUU ! - : GOVERNMENTS OF AMERICA SHOULD E Congressman Slayden of Tex as Believes Danger From Internecine Strife Is Too Great to Be Ignored, V MOUSING JOURNAL SSSStM I ONIP WlHf Cincinnati, (ihlo, Feb. 2. Con Kiessman James I.. Slayd n of Texas peaking before the American School I'cae, leavue here loniifht, stiRSested a toint Intervention Of the American pnyet nments to settle the Mexican trouble. He said in part: i thorouf hly agree with lams pan ..f President Wilsons Indianap olis speech in which he touched on the strife in Mexico. "Hosrever, there Is a danger, very (treat and Imminent, that forces may be loosed if the Mexican trouble con tinues much b.nRer which no man can . otitrol. "I feel iitiite confident that more set ions limbic can he prevented Hut I ll cannot be done by Ignoring the lust demands of Americans in Mexico. I "It may he reasonably assumed that , all the peaceful and order!) forern- 1 nunls on this continent would like to I sci the Mexican nnisaitce ahaled. I SUgfeel a Joint Intervention which , really need not beyond I ieu. sentutlon by all, or nearlj all, the , Ameriran Koverninents. It will S contpllah what we pacificists want and would probably do it without war." DEATHS AND FUNERALS I'lincrnl of )s-ar Moore. Funeral services for Oscar Moore were held at 10::10 o'clock yesterday morning al Strong- liroihers' chapel. The Rev. Mr. Taylor of th- Hapiist church officiated. Burial was in I I'airview I emeu r Funeral i Iksnhd need. ('uncial services for llanlcl Heed, who died Sunday, will lie held at 2 o'clock this afternoon at the Congre gational church, the itev. Archie Toothaker officiating. Huiial will be in Falrvlcw cemetery. .in. in Karrncino, Juan Znrracino, 19 years old, died yesterday at his home in the high lands. He had been hen- three years, having come from Denver. No rela tives live here. The body is al Fred Cr.dlou s undertaking rooms. Meltoln Meltoln TruJIIIo, yesterday morning Marti nestown from TrnJIIIo. 75 years old, died at his home in j pneumonia. Two i sons survive. 1 hey are Manuel. The body is at lott's undertaking rooms. Luis and Fn d Crol- Mrs. latonta Lopes. Mrs. Antonia Lopez, f.5 years old, I died al 9:30 o'clock yesterday morn lag at her home, 111 West Maniuette avenue, from typhoid fever. She is survived by two daughters and a son, who lives at Jerome, Ariz, j The daughters are Mrs. Lulse Henry of San Hahrlel, Cal., and Mrs. Carlos! Lopez, who lives here. Funeral ar- j rangeinents will be uuiinunccd later. Mi-, Grace i. Etoarson, Mrs. .Irace M. Pearson, .'14 years old, died at her home in Helen yes terday morning. She bad lived there two years. She Is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Uigney, four slaters, three brothers and Iwo children. Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon at Helen, Archdeacon V. F. Wnrren of ficiating. The laxly will be taken to Springer, N. M., for burial. Reoetjpu Fmsn luu-iiy Ball. Santa Ke, Feb. 22. At a meeting of the Women's Hoard of Trade litis I afteri n It was reported that a char- , it y hall last week netted the organiza tion 2X0.!tn, which will be devoted , to the clMjity work of the board. 1 rt noh General KtHed, Paris,. Feb. J2 (till p. m.) An other of the distinguished soldiers of France has fallen on the field of bat tle. Ii was announced today that Qeneral Loysaau de Grand afsison bad been killed in a recent battle. TAKE CftSGARETS Tonight! Clean your bowels ! and end headaches, colds, sour stomach, Clet a ll-C0nl box now. You're bilious: Vou have i hint? sensation in your head throb a bail taste In your mouth, your eyes burn, your skin is yellow, with dark rings under .vour eyes; your lips are parch ed. No wonder you feel ugly, mean and ill-tempcrcl. Your system Is full of bile not properly passed ,,ir, nni whnt you need Is a cleaning up inside. IDon't continue being a bilious nui 'sance to yourself and those who love I yOU, imd don't resort to harsh physics that Irritate and Injure. ltemenibcr thai most disorders ef the slomaclt, 1.. , . . .. ,i ,., a.ili liver nnu noweis are cuicj o.v , .no. with gentle, thorough Carcarets they work while you fdeop. A 10-cent bOX I from your druggist will keep your liver and bowels clean; stomach sweet, and your m ad clear for months. Chil dren love to take Cascarets, because they taste good and never gripe or sicken. POUND sLC. On Thursday, the 2.',th day of Feb ruary, 1915, at 10 o'clock a. m., in front Of the city hall, on North Sec ond street, I will sell one buckskin horse, about 8 years old, will weigh about "uo pounds, both hind feet white, blase face, branded on left hip, mane and tall light colored. THOMAS M.MIi.MN, City Marshal. Crystal theater, beglaastng adaabsdon 5 eessta. Open m l. m. l our reels of lectures. today, mill 7 m i in WHLN HEADACHY FOR THE BONEIS; IEYE1WSSIS UNDER II FIRE FROM THE PRES London Papers Making Pro fessor Pares, With Russian Army, Target for Great Amount of Ridicule, i M.rliitMl ivens rqfff pwseeaes.1 London, Feb. I. London papers nl'e having a fling at the war office by making I'rofoemir I'ate.-. who ll the official eye-wltneis of the liriiisli press with Ihe Hussi.in army, a victim of amusing ridicule. Although I'ro- fessor Pares is a Rnsslan scholar ol note, bta efforts as a correspondent are regal. led as amateurish Kven the London papers, which often allaw their representatives to write In the first person singular, rebel again-1 Professor Pares1 description of his rip to the Polish front, during which all of his meals aPPeor in be religi ously chronicled, whenever the pro fessor i -Ms ol what he has eaten, iiis till.,, I i.ln,...! ,., l.luel. ,',,a Ium ,, , .', -,, ,,. . ... lAPiiiiuil ',..i-in. aoii- n III II in casual reader picks up the professor! article his eyes are arrested by such heavytypod phrases as "a plain meal without any alcohol:" "lunched on mead and mill,;" "ate more bread and milk;" "at collage dinner: "drank lea with the battalion commander;" 'white bread and choc.dale," we i lunch ," "cakes and ten. 1 This is nol done with i . of , oiteiidltig the sensibilities of or, inil by tin- way of p. 1 1 lie war department Which keeps ail I correspondents not ml) oui of the I llrillsh lines and base i-aiiips in (Trance and Flanders, but also .an oi the nidi, tary areas iii Lnglatid. Only tyros, u is charged, are allowed lo describe camp ami battle scenes for the British public. The latest eye-witness to l chos'n is Sir Max Altken for the Canadian forces. Sir Max is known as a busi ness man who acquired a fortune In Canada and later won a seat iii par liament in England, where he is the right hand man of Hon it Law. Iln lias never taken part in an inil.t.iiv organisations nor done pnj descriptive writing for tin- press. UNIVERSITY'S FRIENDS IN LEGISLATURE ACTIVE ttetr.AL Dlf.PATrM TO MOftNINI milRNALI Santa Fe, Feb, "Lets gel be I hind the university and make il Ihe ! pivot of .New .Mexico's educational I I system," is a slogan that is finding i lavor among legislators, now thai I n i v . xed county salary question Is out I of the way. New .Mexico has lliurkcl tlmo long enough with Its university, and it is felt by many members of both house : that this is the opportune time to give Ihe university such support that il . an double its attend. nice and n -commodate all who want to matrlcul late, serving the state as other uni versities ar.- doing, ii is certain thnt if proper accommodation- and equip ment ate provided the university will draw students from other slates who 'will want to come because of health reaaons, it is pointed out thai Idaho, with less population lhan New Mex ico, appropriates tSOr9dO annually I for its univ ersity, while the I'niv ci -slty of New Mexico ibis time asks only for nm-iuai ter as much and ex I peofli lo put a large portion ol that 'small amount into permanent 1m : provenu nls. Carefully gathered statistics show that LIM New Mexico boys und girls lure sent out of the siate annually m get their education, taking out of the 'state al least S(Ml,0ilil, bill what is I worse, many of them never return, the state thus losing the brightest and I most energetic of its yotRbf people. CAPITAL CITY WANTS BETTER FACILITIES PICIAL OI9PATCH TO MU4NINO JOUSNALI Simla l'"e. Feb. 22. At a special meeting oi the chamber of bommeree tonight a resolution protesting against Ihe change of lime eat, Is on the Si im l-'e-Lamy brunch of Ihe was rescinded and a Santu Fe road committee ot 1.1. w. Norment. I Bradford Prince, was appointed to I Paul A. U'alt. i . o nfer with Traffic Manager onn'-ii and Qenerftl Manager I'. C. Fox, as well as Ihe stute corporation commis sion, on Friday, when a special car with Santa Fe Officials will arrive bete. The committee was laetruetsd to ask lor a direct connection .villi train No. 7, so that Santa Fe people may get to Alhuiucrni,. early in Ihe morn ing, ho able lo transact their bustnesi and return on the early evening train, and also to make direct connection villi iln- daylight train to Kl Pa ACCUSED HORSE THIEF IS ARRESTED AT DANCE A. (lri"go. charged with sl i with stealing a I 'in the llernalillo was arrested it j isl night by O' ti- horse and saddle 1 1 1 Meroantlls company o dunce in Barslai i ! ll t v Sheriff L. ilitr, lirh'go rode ! ! the horse to the dniu lie was lodged the ity Ja BLANKET OP SNOW COVERS CENTRAL WEST ft" MONNINO JOURNAL tPECAL LtAlEO WIAE) Kansas City, Mo., 1,1,. 22. A blan ket of wet .mow, from two to eight inches in depth, covers central and eastern Kansas and northern Okla homa tonight and a heavy fall contin ues over the greater part ol the dis trict. Traffic Is being greatly Interfered with and mnnv nolnts in Kansas were entirely cut iff ft win 1 in u n i - cation. TURKS EXPECT ALLIES TO FORCE DARDANELLES gSJ MOHNINO JOUHNU. PECIU LOtCD WII tmmim, Pet. M (i:tl ". m.) a dispatch to the Dally Telegraph from Athens says that the Turks expecling the entrance of the allied fleet Into the sea ,f Marmora, have sent troops and heavy arllllery to all the islands in that sea, item-lies Ueerpool Safety, Liverpool (via London, Feb. 2L', U OS p. m.) The Ciiiuird line steam er Orduna, which sailed from New Turk February II, arrived safely in port here tonight ut 9 o'clock. PUBLIC REGULATION OF RAILWAYS IS A FAILURE DENIED BY WILLARD aaB ''-'jiff I, Wil l. Wil l KI. Pnnli PTashlngton, Felt lard, president of the Baltimore i Ohio, as chairman of the committee of rallwa) presidents, sas lhat iie bo. iiex.s thai government regulation of i be railroads has not been a failure and that the punllc is in favor of the . -011(111111111011 of such regulation. FORTNIGHTLY CLUB TO HAVE FINE PROGRAM AT CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH The fortnightly Music club is iii give a program of more than usnr l interest tins evening at the Congre gational church .i o'clock, it win be free to the public and will afford Ihe people of Alhuiiuennie an oppor tunity to hear works of some of the greatest masters oi oratorio and con- irapuntal writing, ami win in- played ami snug by the leading professional musicians of the city .'Ihe music club's aim is not chiefly i to benefit its own members, but lo I give now anil then the public of Al buquerqua some of the very best tnu Islc, following out the plan of th. n.u Intclpal conceits of the huge cities. The grand and dignified numbers of ! Bach, i i.imi. i, Msndelssubn and Schu bert will surely he an Inspiration, and 'such B program is well worth gOOdtV I admission sum. Today's program is an fodows: Study Subject Oratorio. Mrs. Ma bel Stevens lllmoe, leader. Paper Bach and Handel. ..uss Malic lilggllis. Uaehi UI6-1TMI Prelude D Minor i organ). K, Slanb-.v Seder. Handel, im-lTIS "O Had 1 Ju bal's Lyre ' i from the oratorio, "Joshua") Voice. Mrs. Fli.abeth Bradford, Violin (aj Minuet, f Minor (flan ilell Hil Mloso I) Mllllll lllail.lel). Mr F I el'ov Volt I'iito, - 1 I i-i. ii ill lolls 11 lacksmi'.h. i Handel). Miss Marie lllggins. 1lr. NtStSt Iml.Us sad tSSd ll In Double Quartet Largo, I from linlm-lim health, lail men- l. ..ftm m-.-.l.-.l. Xerxes, Handel). Miss Hulh Hrlgbl, ,iy i,o, i., i .r.-.l m h.i,ltl, l,v H.k Miss Hose llarsclt, Mr. J. !. lould, , , AltarStlrS. Read Uil: Mr. John ("aulkenburg, .Mrs. c. a. aTattsa, m- Paremas, Mrs, J. A, Hubbs, Mr. L.,un: noMalsaispiaeeagl ieet i,ii,,iui,i,i- llesseblen, Ml HUgO C, M.V.I. ( Uf , ,,,,, w ,,, ,,r 1(lr, Organ Toccata and Fugue , Hach). :r,, ltrtr M. ,w,, M. iu, PTofl or Seder. Its T1S 1 1 rminmlj urMrS SmmImhS 11, Un anil Piano Maria (Schubert I. Mr Wilhclm l-Av Volt and Miss LoUUKI Nichols. Vobe Hoamlng, Foamhll Billows illuln, from the oialorlo, 'Ihe i rc atlon. Mr. Hubert Hewell, Vole --If With All Your Hearts, i Mendelssohn), from the oralorlo, Elijah. Professor Seder. Voice "Hear V, Israel"' tMen- idelssohn), front ETIijsh. Mrs. Hrad ford, chorus From the oratorio, The Woman of Samaria (Stsrndale Bar- licit I, Sopranos Mrs, Hay Halloy, Mrs. J. i. Sehwentker, Mrs, K. Bald- ridge, Mrs. S P.. Miller, Miss Hulh Bright, Miss Hose Rareen. Tenors I Mr. j. ii. (lould, Mr. ,i Palkenburg. I Mr. Trevor Cartwrlght, Desmond rnr" reli. Uassos Mr. Louis HSSSClden, I Mr Hugo C. Myer. Mr lleorgv Fver- i itl mi. i '. Clifford, Mr V Beneolk. vuns .Mrs. c, a. Foreman, Mrs. Congo Dverftt, .Mrs. .1. A, llubbs, Mrs. T. O, Meizgar, Miss Laura Mr- Collum. Director- Mrs B, Bradford. Accompanists Mrs. lllmoe, Miss Nichols and Professor Seib t. ANDREW LINDBORG. KICKED BY A HORSE, DIES 14 HOURS LATER Andrew Undborg, Hi veins ,.1,1, a i second hand dealer, who lives two milcH southeast of the clly, died at ! ? lock yeeterday morning from in i Juries caused by the kick of a horse. Undborg was currying a horse in his ! burn about t o'clock Sunday evening ! when il kicked, the hoof striking him ! In the abdomen. II e made hlN way 'd a doetor, li' Hospital for an nUtiim became hi and he failed to his room and 1 r,.fuse.l to go lo operation. His WOre during the I,, revive. The body Is at i dertaklng rooma r, French's un l.lndborg lived alone. A sist i say, a brother r survives and, friends also. $100 Reward, $100 i Tho r,'8iler of (hit i m- r will bt, i i , - ! I, i learn Unit t tit-r, - in ,l l.-n-t ,,n- ilosnlcil ,lleiiM, I tlmt mIi-iic Inn li'i B able I'. I'liro In all ll -. and tliat la CaUrrh. Haifa l atarrb ('urn la tlie only piaitlV" ,-ur, new knnwi, In III,' III,',) teal fritarnltr. Catarrh belli a f.,nli ut oi. 1 ,11 i n-- M'lio - a iiaiatltntlonal irritnient. ! Haifa eaturrb fare la liikn loternally. avllnf j 1 dlrectl; up.ni tb,- Iilmxl ,,nu m,i,ua aurfaee of , tilt ayati'iii. tberety d,'troyli,g tl iui,Jail.,n I of the dlaiaai', uml (ItInk lll ,all,-l,t atrruglh I I by building ,, 1ih eooitltutl.m and aaalallns na j tura In doing Ita work The grsprittMS hat ... ....... i. ..to. ... ii, i,.,A,,,- Hint Ibl'T ' offtf Oat Bosdrnl DoUara for ,eiy '', Ibat It faila t cur. Send f'.r li( ot i,'atluiulala. Addrria I. J C1IKNEY k CO., Telado. O. Sold by nil Dnitnlala, 7f,c Take Hull a Kamllf Pllla fr ronallpalloo. w M . BATCH lit 9. Heeemd si.: Telcphbne 5i7 Albli. pier., lie, V. M. rtepalrtng WhUc You Watt sHllea Sewed Sole, 50c; Men's, 75" (Idler-, ailed lor and IMIver. .1. DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters TiQ W est (aold. PitOfM 44 .LECTURE ON DOMINANT PERSONALITIES OF WAR NEXT THURSDAY EVENING An Illustrated lecture bv Arthur K Heetor on "Dominant Personalities In tb,. European Wgt ' Is announced si .io- next sests I', reading room en. tertainment It will be given ,.t iht hitii s. honi auditorium 'Ihuisday -v- ning, and in view oi ihe timeliness of ihe subject there Is no doubt ill it ; i i.i i M audience will beg Ihe lee ture, The doors win epsn t.. Wants i e mployes und tiielr families at 7:tS o clod, and lo Un general public at Kill. in announcing th, attraction su- pcrint.-ndenl Busser, of the r.alin rooni, as. "To people in Ihe far east it WoUld be unnecessur) bo announce ..mi m-, troduce lit. Best or; but he may n.u be well known in the far west and, among OUr einployrs. Of course ' . i v bod.v knows the origin and history I ..( chautauqua gatherings, now being) held each summer In ticirlv evcrv counlv of the United State. lir. Bee tor Is the dire, lor ol the great origi nal, conducted each summer at i luiu tauaUU Uike, New York. "Slmplv to make this slatement as- , mii . .. our employes along im line tmii In- II. dor Is a man of lal.-ni. of high .-landing in social and intelleeiti.il clt cles, and a public speaker who will lu- ter.st people w ho work for ii living. Dr, llestor Is nol only known as n i lose BtWdWl of sociological questions, but a man whs has come up from the ( ranks, has ever StOOd in direct sv in pathv with lb.- people of iln world, "lie has prep, Hid himself tor the prsesntation of this subject bv be lomlns personally familiar with ever loot of tin- l. riitorv now being fought over by the belligerents of Rurope He knows many of the leaden In the gmt war, and while slri.lly a n-u-1 Iral as we Americans are, he will pies. nl facts, nol lo swav your Sym pathies one way or the other, but 10 1 add lo votir sum tidal of lntlllgen on awnaplrlAg svsnts, Mr. nesior'Sj collection of pictures Illustrating his lecture is design Sd to emphasise iho i men who made I be war. who cany It . on, and vv ill make the peace, uid to i show those engines of destruction, which lor in.- first time are being ! use.i in warfare. "The) .it.- selected from Mr Bee tor's own collection and fTOm (be va-U number nf inclines ..i l.'ndsrwood I Underwood, of New fork "Seppellns, aeroplanes, mammoth sunn, aathedrata, cltlea. personalities Ha Ml md many of the lead. Is, in-' tervtewed reporters, heard Ihe dis- CUMionS, and knows whereof be I speaks. Sun ly a great treat, and j splendid opportunity for oav em- plov cs. I ion I miss I leSlOl DEMPWOLF RIGHT MAN. DEPUTY SHERIFF WIRES The man held al Bloomlngton, 111., i as Theodore Dempwolf, i- Ihe linlit man. Deput) sheriff a. C, Burtleeej wired Undersherlff Dick Lewis cs terday, Dempwolf has waived ex-j tradition end the deputy Is expected to return with him In a few days, lie did not say in the telegram lo I Oder- laeriff Lewis when he intended to star I. Climate Failed: Medicine Effective Suffer.- rrmii TalMnUhMaS SflSB tblSg thai iiiisllelnv will ma li.b. lli.-in. Kreh into Taasvsaleshi rsksaaar, lies, i h o Mil were RNtag), In ail 1,1 I tti sew. I - ssi mid Mtsf ii. Caasg dgf, Oslsfede, f- l.-r l.rilix 11,,-rt- Iwo weekM - l,,v aIi-Iuii lll- nanasd n" thai my eass aws ksgsleea lliree Mi-pkii luler I reliirn,-,! I, on,,-. wrlli line Mia ismliiU, the ilist.ir llinlui ton, me j BS BSSarSOSS l rrm lilllll lliere SNSS. tin July 14, re. i I Ssgsa , a -iim I, i km, II j ui.nili-rftil remeily fur I.iiiik i'n.ul.le. Now I ' SIS StSat mill well mill SSS do m klml of I work sltoiit igy drain elevator." (Atlml i nlril.l (AffMavk) ui in it w i -ixts. I Ki kinun's Alterative l tinnl cffli-s.-lims in i.r. lout satsreh n.i wum tarsal ,,,i i ii ii k ,if fe i leas sad ssSulWlai tht vt,'ni. CantSlM ii" harmful Ot hablt-formlM drugS, Aftnsgt n sulmtltut.-A Huull Kite. II; rsgulsr ,ii'. H. hm by leasing iruKKn,i Writ,' fur liiii.klel of l ,,'ll,. gsasaag Lebeeaaseyi riiii,oi.-iiiiiiH. TOO I . VI I ! 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