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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 27. 1915. JUST RECEIVED FRESH STOCK OF Cotton and Rubber GARDEN E Each Foot Guaranteed. ALSO A GOOD LINE OF GARDEN TOOLS Phone 74 Raabe & Maugcr J 15-1 17 .With lf St. I0S a ! ftorini. l'jf to th i t. tsy. f th Priwuei i.-n-,n out If-' ft h ' IT r . : t-rl (Tej-.f l.mt im-w Lav ;.,,.....,,l ik f ;,rrr-. ,.,, t. rftfriit Of, ' liilT.(r..tii!r front. I .jM"r-t S.v the tm) wr repui1 f tr (aMnr) to;M-'t f.gMir.g. Out t M.,- I , t , ,- 4 e a'1 i.'c' v . ia. oiiii n.,,i , tb -ti rr y W" hn- pt',f J i-r I eioj 1 1 or r , is4 i:aty it. bare r j "Oft de Uft 1 r k of b Vt".''2 i j.iyf m Gef .t.. k ill t '.e t - I 3.011 of Itnf Jut"' .d have held rir ff'Jnil ,. M-t'-r tnfi hlh e i(''ijr VV iln 'i.'i. It U Mil in,A that the !) n.jr m.f(ff-l , r--iy (.-. In in fvi'.n t lund Jour Ireo. h mortar. I "lil Wesfrf,, liall'tl if? to 5i k- I Lin fete f. r-it'-4 A- I;a n .'l.ri, !)'! '!( rapport'-d ' In vi-lct i.f.iVrr f :,-. T?l n. nr." iuff-rd oMitii'ly. ! "fti. f t'ht.hg ii lf. 'r palhikti j ban !. remind in r,f irr.po.fUM f'fe'.f '.' of p00'l"'tl "In th esicfertl GaU'la li'.in.lo region " f!"l"l four AU'irun m lt. ;r,.J pi tired r '. nt.rs ' Ad ?,'" the tfiefny j-" Kalj. i'. i.r.. II.l.M ! r pui-ed ' ILEITER DECLARES lALLEGED BREACH F 1 um c n u C (J llfllL li sir ifj pies Big Wheat Operator Gi.cs In teresting Testimony In -,-vettipatioa as to Increased Cost of Bread, OFNEUTMLITYIS BEING PROBED IS PLEDGED 11 HE BOS, ..L OK DECLARES Corp!j;:.t of Bui'ih ft r.eral i:i New Yor to Rgd fnvest'ns G'a .d Jjry, iCh . Leaas I'cri by XV flVIC. .M0 Nf Votk, I.. ; Jit!,h a-a t. ' f.K hn,l i.-f'..f ,f t f-t-u '"'f" (", I"ifj-1 IUy m th tat" j.ifi.i r (.(- I'i iiimjw-d n. .,f lint Ai-f f;rrnim h ! I' tllirg h at for Ifwt tnati It i !. frirr, Mr. I-i!r j . . .. . ....- . ... . . . I DAYTON CASE HEARD.''' "'- h" r-"fof "r.'! j l. Thai i uxukilr t (! trmir.iil ntrkni ir ri hMtiV". h- : t,rttd, a n. thf I it -t.j! m har t( N"W V.ii.. VvU. zt ir.-.irtin J t "). .n f .M-rri 1 ian cf C. R. 1. & P. Ex ecutive Committee Tells In terstate Commerce Com mission Abc-t Old Regime, LED FRANK ISE ABLY ARGUED Ifl SUPREME SCROFULA AND ALL HUMORS GIVE WAY COURT Tin-re are many thJriK larnt-i frem .xjiiri and ot.Kf-rati..n t ,: t the oli-r fconr;ition hnul IrnprcMi o'on the young, r. Among them itch" fart lh.it wrufula and ith-r humur are nn,M u-"Mfu!!y trratcd wita Hood' Kariiiiparilla. Thi jreat rni-ili- cine is a peculiar ciiujiiiauon ot re- i markably tffcttive Uoad-purifyini." , and health-Flvins root. Uarku hPd Interest of Justices in Ce'e- and ha u-cn ns!td for forty Lrated Trial Is Shown by yr'- Uet " uy- Questions Asked of or-rZ7TTrn,Vu' neys From the Bench. i FOR STRIKES PASSED I LAST WITNESS U and ni Alum !!;.) ! ; '." .in r it. aiji-tiii L'.: , .w A.:.! M.M V,'i Miiiiiii',n. I'lft, Th lam il-j I HIM rn-afil ,'J,r iHV-.!)r! jotl f I h MlfJ.I!. K ll- j ... t . i . tl . . . 1' ...... I flunk Jk. a - r. r.- rii.,n j r,( f,.rru,. it in iilif-vel, nifj-d Arnf"r.in. y .ft t.j r lii thr AlUr.i.c It l Li.C"-r:irf.. that t (KKM AUMU Wh'nitt,ii. fVh. J. 1 K, Iirp1, lH4irin.Mn of the fx ,-uiive luimnillfi' f th. 'iir..:, :ric IMarivl and I'a- ifl- l!j,:1riid rtimtultv and ,.f Ih" jfi J-t... viftum f.tr l..rt mrn.dii in I'-ftif.'-rl lfr the Irt"rtaie IVjiti iTi'if. i-f.imifjin a l lh lnvIr;l ti -n i.f ihf finanrtal affdir ,'f th li. k It..itnd furinz ihp reini" ,.f th" !ljd-I. j-iI.Mrp itri.'jp in rf.ntf.l of! CLEAN COAL a 1 IS OUR SPECIALTY AZTEC FUEL COMPANY . Phone 251 Mir. Jnftii M. J'ji."n, t)t-- fr fif fcn 1ib n.-'l ih ii, h IH l4t"n in M in ,i.i ii-.k 'llt; iriiuiln. r'it hf.tlk." ll lil ""' II." Ir..,l i, I tf,;jl ; t,.r, i,) in i" 1 ".. ; ln ,iV or th" .vrl; uiiliy fT lh ir Jrsi,itlon I th but LiJ lhal fel-'uh h" h-dj,,,,,,., lj(, ,., N,ri 'n a ha'y wj. -s j ; . r in tj-it .nl.. . ,, . . I'; Ii" had nt ,-iiUi1 ' lj,mj," '-""'. !f'; .i- ,.f (h" iri. Vb I. lii iFIi of th flr-r : Til. '--T- ; ; j:.r fp.r.i , - rn;n run f , .. in tl, r. , .... i it:" ,,f a ."ii r! d -r ; .ft I.y .--.r t i H f .Tf'.'l 'n-; '.la l wfi of : Wi.nhini:ton. FVIi. 2S 4n'i!u!r;if jirsuir.f r,i l-frp the uiwinr rourt : l.xld- on the riuht of l-o M. Frank. oonctd of the murder of Mary rhiir-ari. the Atlanta, i;., fai tury siri, to rleim- on a writ of h.il.u .r ni. Loui ilt.rwh.ill. reprt-Hf nt'ns ; Kmnk. tok up alicgHliorm of mob vilen at Krank'a trial. Mr. Mar shall o.iote,) from the !al. ' lirief . ISI to 114. he had l-n I that puar- -hen1'"' r&iti-!"" ' .ui.i "it iti;eara that tht asrf-emfnt ounsel tlit Frank not Ik- presi at ihi ri 'ption of the verili t nv.lc in the inlt-n-tt of Frank for his i-rotection." Wr MOM4 JOUtNtL LC.CO W)C. Ienver,''.)'., Frh. i'. Two of the f.mr liiils OeKiKiii! t Increase the au thority of th nt.it puverntnent in Flrike disorder finally au'd the hnuw today, one imposed a n&!y for rffumnic to obey an onler iKsoo.l by the national guard and the oih. r inii.!'(-8 a iK-riitlty for remMiiiK tin: militia. The to-railed treason till an nt hafk to the committee on tliii who.. hen a h.ii'ty k!I by itis nutMiorter... howel iev ral abm-nte and nn in siiffioient Htrength to Rerure itn fiiml The fourth hill relatinq to or oublwhin veditiotis to th at,d k. in.il nn I Ifm Ice 1'ifi . .! ' in- ut ile um a .y. i ioM lie had it-n BECKER DEED A NEW TRIAL BY relid th-it tln li lujf joorift and mo'li an I do ! o.ke lootiey 1 y . the rommojily ijiilil at a rofiJii,e iri'" I tan. lol,t't Work. "Rut my lana d!n t otk. 1 lot mom ,.n it and tfie only oneii to iik tnori'-y er the farwra.' The .,lu ln.n of wheat m th. country i rfadually lin reud. I.lter t"nfied. The aversufe farmer the n.'r ad from Mr I.ore Rind $r.i...,.f,Nii i,y Mr. I.e"V h" left th i.ren,.ler,r of itf r.i..r uii.l ,...,. l I..L-M th. r..l lion. This irt addition l the an-! , "K,,r frotn-lum axaiflut what?-; I""' . ... - ....... . . ,!i.ir..iu,l XI r lUrchill ' mMKIIlIC nu..i M.ary oi ne rereiven ,i,,l u.vf ml '.:,v ...p and a aimilarl "Ajtaifirt the law. Aliaintrt the con-! " ttr.e to HJ-mim from the Frisco. At the e,,d ,f ititit:m ? AcaiiiKt hw nithts to a 1 ! rent .m l(.n no. nth Mr. Jieid ai-ke.l him tohearins; on his trulT .No. ror his riv p-m--r. . repSfti, the tnew. aaid. Kiytnir that i "', aiMii the foiuxHiuriM.'a of , the d:ri-t..m fa. "d the necvnity of lalewnt, of anarcny. of mob dom tiK'airiuir hw aetiooa and hminit the !'''" "ul" coninition ia that in ni.f of w-vcral other official. r j eoniw-juem-e of the circumstance;! of parting wiih his M-rvire. Mr. Io-l,n''n exiyttns the inaracter of whii h rte n.,id he r-Tiiined on the sM.t aiid!a reconnizeil by the .reniduiK in wtilement on hiH agreement ith . Ju,,e. cawd to reipn, terror Mr. I-e.1 received Itid.t'O ia Kock ! r,llf l 'n it t-lea,l and far aat treni- ' leiand railway l.iid. I ldin- ln the .,t of Jn.ti. e. There was A.ked ht en.lanaiion Mr riel.l ! o longer n coiirt. no longer a trial LIFE INSURANCE Before you buy tre our orw ffducedl fte. N. F. LE SUER. Manager UNION CENTRAL UFC INSURANCE CO. Room 9 Sut National Bank Bui'Jing APPELLATECDUR I 1 n-e.l Mat-! from the Il-Kk Inland w ih li iiikeis jt the f'.r. rn of R heal r..;lic? the I'roied t'nt he mud. "II Tbn lijtri'titi dm '-i.,ri,it"d f . ul'l no! no on . 'oii'fl 4i4 neral I'hmI! a i.-k'e th.-t not l ioiwii ir a)th" H imouf-. i!, ri an :ti- had at !, I tliooeht I'd t rnte. t., ue the n- ii'i! fe nmli, i.ri'4 nun lioldinc ' Sj.inioertad aed Fratn a- at-nJiar I roold fttil it to tl (lei nun tiavv l !ia oi; them fc'JH.ly lrh water. ! s iil i-ruvi-noii i ihe foiixerU'J .1 . ! Kai-.' Willi, Im der (!r.. ai.d t;." Germ. a crui.-r ivariMui. an,. i, t'. ;.-J-s had made of hai re,Uift, the iim- iw-nts yui rmttd to ti e erjud u.) retried : wa an axreenifr.t -ni..ro-(i hi -e ... wh:., ... by Carl Burn. j.. rild an a 1 Reid'a m.nd. I did not dicu it of Ihe HamUrif-An-itr.'Canihim. 1 then and there reigned "aimed terms ;th him. You r ened , :re t r t ; Police Lieutenant Twice Con ; victed of Murder cf Her ; man Rosenthal Must ' Go to Electric Chair. iat wo, mvhh. .tL Lcc.ie mini Si-w York, Feb. :. :harln j lie, kei'g ai'idbatioti for a new trial! ol Mr. elevat jbiK h" hile ; MeiM-raleiit or itmall .farmer' co-operative I lilted Ptatea baa wheat j,rt, e of the Member 1. 11I , no if, tiritii 8tiotn,-r N0W;Mr lier a.Jrtel. I1 Mr ly-iter give It a hip opinioa that the iihimI.I,. aupidy of wheat.' or that whi. h in the harula of' ,fr::;cr and ftr.-t r "rd"d In the Kov-; lernmetit tejiorl. h , been a targe i. tor in aeeuinr town tne pri e. ; I aniM-r lliy hiMi-ulalorw. i tht th twet.iy ej,r Hill ieol. ,i Z')0 acre i ji,.. tio r.'at fTowiiift. while today ), de. ( j, t ann..ur.i ..,!,- on iy iv acre. ittioo would embrace Mr. loiter aaid ;s .r eent of the violati-.f.a f th um. m et owned either ! v the ; i ,!i.in.l i.v tr. v-e oiieratoia r uie railroad, , rnm tita ini the o.tl.reak of :h l.er ei.t were owned by in. war. The chef i.hae. f the invei- erator nd,t,satin concern the M.,i.iiitv f KK ielie. The i.-onn iiiari i.. rftri.-..i the In.lrt lonlrolled the htatei tltrouth fier , rari' "s a to world inee "p. : e a.it.,i,. ... ,k. f.i.e and ill continue t mnifeaiii ..f famr ':, e.,nre. ' ci op i ra,e"u. Inesii.- ,,u, 1 fn ih. wrotiet i,t Kelf-rewoe, I . i if ii..,'i I woo'dn't want to remain in anv em-' : tv. iom-,p,,y f n,y perv."-ea were no 1c .fEJi ft ' ki-ivnlj rile l. mv .ro. v.r " I- Mr. Iin inaiHled that lie had had j no friction with any officer of the policy of the Held group with which he would not have been in sympathy. j li. A. Ja kwon. general couns-l for land no longer did the court have any i more Jurisdiction over the prinoner jir than if Judae Itoan had been driven "ith j'r"n lne ln,'h by a mob. The court j I had been ei.persedcd by a Judicial , I n -Vi t rs tr inn period unaided and liot dowi, all Herman who attempted to advance. "Our loa' bine kdii were handled Veiy well oil one x -caMon when they i um Into a'tlon in the open una in'U. t'd a cotoildciable Imm on the enemy. "A Ion: Ihe rciniiiiider of mir front the eiirmya attilb-ry lit" a tune luia ln eoniewhiil heavy. No Infan trv aitioks by iitloT nt'je tt Of- i.i rd " lit HMW I'l.MM i.t i ttiT ui ci iupoamr . inn an. in iir u new irilll) ,jfL f-.mei-. on the indi. tineiit , halKiiia him withi,.,- I i . the murder of Herman l'.oHeitthal, ,, " M. ' '.' .... a..,!.., i... ' 'hey Will liold ,r I'hief Jimtice White acked if Mr. Marwhail contended that a man w ho Ctlirer i nuniiioi j .. vt-,i year, after trfal in a Mute, after the state mpreme court had affirmed his conviction, could come before the su- i.rn.A ..,.i,r I... ..IK.oln.. Iklnn. mpany and knew of no proposed ,, . ;., hi."lri.,, .,.h aa prejudice by the trial JuJae. be (entitled to a writ of habeas corpus on In ,.l)ftulinn .iu.l i..n k island from 1SJ.J to The attorney answered' in the af- 11 the t'OiiimiMiun he had been I .., i, - iaxked to r. Men by Mr. Reid and had i "Th ',hi rf,nrt i,r(imp a h, ,.i... a: 7 ,..,.,, ...l ..f vu.- ... ....... .... i. i... . ....! tr. j.,u uc.iM-i., re v.Tl. .u . " i !, . .' "u ln,l,lili the chief . ... w v., v.,vl,,, ,,,r .,iLei Keiii and an j tiiw, wnin wj ow;,e,j i.y ine Aew;matteni and things' between hitnm-lf ltk ri I'orto r.H o fi -mi. !i ji o. In.-, and vari u Ho, k Inland companies ijor, no wan urpr.M-d al N taptiiKI. It a Ihe lirrn of W, "), Kt le i kan-.pff A o.. of N-w Yor I:, nn-nino the rtil-O tj Attorney '1 Frank was wa denied today by the supreme iiurt. In deriving IV, ker a third trial, JuMlce WAeka limited hliuaelf to two ord, "Motion ii, r,;ed." Iw hii h he roti arrow, the fs,i e of the applica tion, denial of the motion ttm en tered when John ',. ' Johnton. of 'Heckera eoiihel, filed with l lie p- brs inboil' inn tlm motion, til per ,iinl (iffidavit deiiylitK certain cbatKca net forth In the affidavit and aiibe'ii nt tenlimuriy of JiitniN Mar aliall. wllneaa fr Ihe alale at lieck era aecond trial. farmer have Income th or in the country; rou ai'er imp aoirw.- for tut long as four year,' be in a ear u h a we are hav time aid j il it. we fSnd that jmou ,.t of what ! by the l wasn't for thl fact the j would' I mi)' h Inahcr. I "Th'-re tuii'l at. body jpef ulative market now," sal'J. "I rle Fpe,'ulatot K wnue coairnj tne tenein Weet Indian Thi" asme eonfern c lf-atii.h,p I:, rir,d. of ihi A'leimi J, wi!h ton of ".al. The 1 laplundjon his withdrtwal. of Justice. General Grice ruled not entitled to the th-re is an enor- ! IW'"" arrived at i.io jatinr . M-p-1 formation V aaked Chief trial ii n i covered i--iiio-r . more man i u - t join f,,r the cominiaaion. cruiser In j Mr. He id ha nssured him, Jackson tut ill. It was not cecal enretf tne any failure in his official duties hi F'tn" line, I resignation was asked. 'Didn't you a.k for any further in- C'ounsel trait writ habeas corpus. He declared that jas to alleged mob violence, the su-j 'r-ipreme court of Georgia had found: Re ofimanv ,,t h th inizrt rnnihLinpfi rift STANDARD REMEDY FOR MANY HOMES Indigestion and constipation are two conditions closely related and the cause of much phjsical anffer int,'. The tttidencj- to Indulse one appetite is general, fO that most people suffer at some time or an other from rebellion of the over taxed organs of digestion and elimination. A simple, pleasant' effective remedy that will quickly relieve the congestion of poisonous waste and restore regularity, is the combination of simple laxative herbs with pepsin, sold in drug, tores under the name of Pr. Cald well's Syrup Pepsin. Thia is a mild, pleasant laxative-tonic and digestant, absolutely free from opiates or narcotic drugs and ha been the standard household rem edy in countless homes for many years. A free trial oottle can be obtained by writing to l.'r. W. ii. Caldwell. 452 Washington St.. Monticello, Ills. Ii lrmrail. I il. 2h (via Ixmbu lib, 21, :ia . III.) 'Ihe following lllielttll offKl.il lillf tl! nt w given out toi.lkht. "Aemrd im In aui.iilt meiitiiry in- futtiiailoti our !' in the I't. ' 1 1 V e-x r'K on llioltliein ItusMati I'o- i land i ibirinK I't luuray 'ii, 'i' I'lid t tie mi-la ,.f February J were ixtt.-im lvj liopoiliiit. The iiilan iiurni.e-j ouHy aliutterlii: the reniMutoe of Ibej Girmaiip With rifle file nod bayonet! pt of re-wed t . , r i ij e 1 v The enemy is! retlrlfia; alon the whole front aban doning pr looter,,, i nun. ii, machine' fttiiif aiof cotlitroKsarlHt. j "(Mir u f en wn iipiortfd by the j m lf-den leg work of our li ritioi ed j motor cats win, Ii poured their lii.'i-j line fc'uos' fire Into the German at. , iitiMati'ly decreasing dletaiHe, in! si'iue instance only a fen rmt yntdr. The mini) losde. i l very atetll. j ' l'p ti the present it has been 1 leitaliied llial during February 'H audi ,aitured thirty offaeis. ; Smi I men, eevcii laniton, eleven machine KUo, a huge eiulpmi id and cmium- ! iMliltt eupplies." I lit MH Kt 1 1 1S I IMMI r ! IN lit Ah. IH 11! I K HI.(.KN ' S3.D0D A YEAR i . government record. it it cue. im iieiw mi cm are j ror r.uen.is "I did not." prl'-e today i Aire. There was imih (.peculation! "Didn't you think It strange that tamon marit.mn here an to why she j Mr. Held, your bfe-long friend, should 1' ft In the bad gone into a port oih'r thnn the!;,j, you to resign a J.','i,Ho position?'' ' Mr, loiter josi" she had cleared J..r. j Folk asked. t out after l'-e .-orwegian f,rn,-r ivmrner-. dlli n . on ,hr,t n,i S RECEIVED BY SOME ENGINEERS "Partial List" Showing Eleven! naiiioacl Men Who Oct High Pay Introduced in Arbitra tion Hearing, the prior passed ihe fl.41! tutu k sioall Iradir was forced out a.id llg one wa fru-'hlened out. The otild have come much sooner It not In.en for speculation." "iliirher prices are due then, riot j I,, nciilciti,.rt t.nf .,, ih. ,i,.,r,i.i..i r... i 1 - - "" ,.,... mi j I. lV.:t I,. I..,........-' ,., .n .,it I .l , rf, , . .r, want asked. "Ye. that It ea t!y." j lie. a use or the large sale abroad, Mr. Ix-lter thought the country was ennche,j and It balance, of trade! doublcul. He did not lliihk the eliml-j nation of no-illation in wheat would , lower the price. Mr. loiter Wa Utkerl if it Would! j i,t a oirioieoi tij me couiury to i place dealing in grain on a cash I i basis. I "Th.., .....u -,.v .. e.. 1 I iim P'f mi iiirc IlOW I'Uei ilfi-n. j he replied. 'The business would be. I icome lilghlv speculative immediate-! ly. H would be taken out of rhe!. , hiinds of millet and elevator men ' ( , 1,1 IM111 D on" she had i learcl for. T'.e Norwegian ;rafiiers Homnier- -the. Mao a bn i-tam were r..ii up i.r ,uo-. m , ivinK ttWake night worrving the t ii.e at Fhiia b ti-hii, I- fore thev w jre j t,vr mvsterv," the w iino-s said, nee ii!! wed tfl . -:l with .-arg., and roil , ..yu a!Blure us un,,f.r 0(llh tn;lt yo hadjlhjt hi,, lli..v.d at the tune to oe huv ,h ,.n,,r ,u,,r H. ! Interjected 4.'n!inL'loner Ck-menta. ileniiaeo for O-fman warship. INVESTIGATORS ! nrTri r n Mt N NtAM. I W I I kail Will III II niun r n ninu hfl h Y H Nil nl1 UJNU Ui III Uillll In the hands of gambler j exact a real toll from the j f M..e...a oii.n.i .e.ciAv l...o ....J t'hl. iiko, Fell. :. -Aii exhibit of li ven tiiiioea, tertiti d u "iiarliiil list'' I than and placed who woubj people." W hen asked if it were possible to j control, or corner the wheat crop,1 Mr. Letter said: "C"e, nlnl., I IrW,. II nno" bill vai, 1 lose so much buying the crop that! there Is nothing in running cottiers The mini who buys for points in the rise or fall iiilnht an well .t bis In a faro bunk: but you can't Steel of United Corporation Avers the mttiiiK before irouM iirx-nt.-fl Afrpnt r.f Innmrtpc: FrA-!lrt "t the nairif quently Are Prejudiced, Li en so I'll rot r,. Id,, -ia (via lit. 27, I ::10 a. m ) 1 1n- "'H""inl ciioiiiiiiiiii nil. ui In l'i"lau aiiu h' ui 1 1 a ii I ' i 'auiusiis, dated Febiu.iiy i ivift oiil here ti.nihl cur lioiip have ii.,i'n,iil I n at ,-,i- i ecs in tile 1 1 ait 'hoi i Ullill." Lolliloll, follow ll'U the I hi of w 11 h ii re- . IIM IM U I ItV IH I IllldU llllk I ltt Ml Ml N I'clioUisil. -i 11. in 1 - ITI 1 1 1 11 111. ill I, I II. 1, 01.11 lots lib, 27 (via I oiiibiu, -The followiiig olfiiial 11 fium the lliHsinniof tin- t'ln Was mude publl'- tins j and lOtml ot l-fiItil ,-rs 1 r.ltt i.ir l,.nr. IJ.n a vim r. was ini ruiluci ,i b.-ie "'"I' l'KWimnt speculation to.b.y In fote the boald of niblli.,!i,..i ! ""' "" Top pot b-aniir do mam Is for 1111 niiKi-d wage. I ,un Mr- --,'r added, wheat would for t in; men on wen'i in railroads. j,MS ' '"""y ""'"y '" -' bimtiel. W' H. miotie, prcsi.b til or the Htothi r- . :'::;':,:;'M?.,l;ir',iirlT sailings delayed by ., ,--,-..,,, , , ,,, ,i,'i ii,,,,ii , of ., 1, 1.1.. live I' ll, llll lt unit Fugllle. men, oppow il the IntfodiK lion of the ohll.it until It was agreed tbut It : should K,i in fur !iH face value, und j not us u .-i,ieM-!it,,!ive NiKti'iiient. ! Mi. Ciller said that If previous ex ' I11I1IU offend by the railroads ate . tvpicil of 1 onilii ions and "iooopiid at Mhill- face value." I hi- (axe if the, IliCM I Wotiltl la. "all cailv' l.'iHt." I A i: Trcnholiii, Mepeiat mamiger K", HI. I'anl. ,M in neapoli II1U, W Ilil , IMS lil l-il 1 l (li the xljn.l fnl IW11 wciks. 1 mi 11 ti.l I Ue en.'iftva liifiuliy Mm ti fmuitne taoie at tluH jiiiiiture, . 1 u.d the .Men, en near tfv entoyanfk I "There is sm h a thing us Itisinuat w,is ftirown bto K upon th- left hunk ling that I um liar anil 1 won't stand f the river. for It," be ileclaie.l. tin the same tiatik of the river to; '.et us put it thai si.melioily ti.mi Hie n .iih of Ih. itioiliin l-itts the I oeen init 1 U o 11, sai l .Mr. Cuiter nj fight'ioi 1 i.liliiiiiiK on an extenslvo Mho tiffinr wa smool tied over, iri'tii K-ane v Huh a liave chtiii';cd ' ' '"Th.r'ibiiiia,, ,,,e atlineivl ILLINOIS BUILDING AT 1 'inina in eit to l.oiiiiiaid ti.-ctii'if, ut 11,101 Tiiuid.'V, "An iiii.elu.tis etiiiOMl lb. si-i mi a lid J Idv a.J 11,1 rl 1 1 u I fli-iiiian iiiti'di brtween the l',.tr repii 'Hid V. 11 il EXPOSITION DEDICATED fli v OPERATIOI! evctv cell and fibre of the body demands pure blmnf, but drugs, extracts and alco holic mixtures are useless. Nourishment and aunattine r nature' blood maker and the rich medicinal oil-food in Soott'm EmuMon enlien the blood to f? .n.,1 Ik. ..ll It aida Ik. - 1 . - .-'. ... .... 1 appetite, at rengthen tk ,'' 1 nerve and for title the fJvJl fSf at j " lung and entire yet em. Fim ra Alcal t Oiii.lt. K.I.m Sukmtsin (r t rTorrs (V -r- -V .oun.hs jnuHn .etn.i long ,.al j i-Nlll I" I II11C1M o. .l, I'. HuttshlllU iiiul a blue California thy iliew u j gn at till'. .ii ..f pi ,, pe t the dedica tion of il , llUnoih building at the ; l'HHaiim-1'ii.-ilio expn7.it grounds I lodav An cxila tln lll was added to j the 1 et'emoiin by the fl.vniK of l.ln j colli 111 al lo y, wild evo. iib d dlll!llJ iiieilal slides and drops fr above the I beads of Ihe crowd. j J11M100 II.111 v A. M. lvlti of the Cal iforiiia siiiin nie viiii t, a fi.t mcr 1(. I iioiM.ni, presided and mblrcsae were I um ilc by Its v. F W. Cliiiupelt, f,u . tnerly of KliiinU; Adolph Katpen, I I ban itiuu of the Illinois rumtnlwluii: W llllani Haiby lauttur, or the t lilted Watea I'limtttiaHiiin, and rresulmi t", C. Moore of tile iMio.iiiiiui. :.V MflS.IS. JfeU.N.L ...CI.V t.A.fO WIS. ) litidon, lib. :'H 15:2(1 p. m.) liVpicHcittativcs of Ane iiian Hans Atlantic Mteamkhii coiiiputlic said to ilav that sailinga flout Liverpool were being somewhat delayed by u strike of coal passers. It is expected that the steiiiimlilpH wlieli have been held op on this in count will sail tint luler Ih in Mon lav. The Mteamshlp represeiitutives said that there was no foundation for a report that sailinga had been sus pended on the older of the Hritiih ad ml illy. The t'eamship Philadelphia, of the Amerii un line, which wa to hav." sailed from Liverpool for New Yuri; tomnrrow, will be delayed at least until Monday ot account of the vtl Ike. KiprcMetitiittves of tin company said Ihey wera hopeful that she would he aide to sail 011 Monday, but that th.y could give ri'i assurance. PRINCE HENRY WILL SUPERSEDE ADMIRAL it ..'. iusv .e.ci.i wm.i Kiel, Get inanv, Feb, "6 (via Lon don. H 4"i p. m 1 -Admiral von Inge hobl, i-onimailder of tiie German bigh sea tlei t, bus been removed 1 com lo pot mm sent from Kiel to llMbn. 11 is rumored that Prince Henry of Prussia, will take hit place. mr NMMifta jourmac cscci.l l..k snarl I'lttsbu.gh. i'a., Feb. 1 it:, dar ing that liivesiigtnrs often are nol only incompetent, but are prejudiced and 11a a ieuli wilfully reverse many 1 pertinent and material facts. K. II. Gary, chuirman of the I'nited Htates Stoe cot porai i. in, tonight spoke on "litdlwriminale Criticism." at lite alumni lianrinet -of the I'niversily of rnAI DACrDCI CTDIlr m"w""("' i.ai,ier me university LUAL rAoOtnO OlnlKL hail conr.rred him the d.gTee of doctor or sin n, e In coiinei iion wiih its l2th nniiiversary exercises. I Judge Gaty sitid in pari: - j "The ordinary reader of "the daily! press seldom overlooks or neglect to j read tinfavoi able criticisms. And so there is a cltma of men who, for c!-j fish reasons, take advantage of that j peculiar trait tn discover in one way j lor another some: hlng that nniv be! pt t judu iil to u cause, a i ominiiiiity or I a nation in order to have it publi.uhd or in some Way spread broaib ast fur the delectation of those who tnuy be; entertained by reading it. These ef- I forts sometime take the form of in dividual work investigation by com mute. created by legislature or congresses, or, in exceptional cases, even by ,'udn nil branches of govern ment, sin li as grand Juries, with their In'iulslioi ial power, tificiitimos Ihe Investigator uw not only utterly in competent, but liiey are pnjudiccd and wilfully reverse muny of the per tinent und material facts. ItVM'itt an Ago of frlticl-.ni. "This Im without itieslioti un epoch of Indiscriminate criticism. In the last , decade there bus been more abuse, more slunder, more personal attack and more demagogy and as a ootiscijuem e, more injury to Ihe gen et nl public than ever before. "Circumstance seem to show that we are approaching the time when tlm Investigating will tie Investigated, (when the critic m-r will be critlcixed: when committers and eommiiteea will lie brought before other Mmllar bod irs for Judgment." In conclusion. Judge Gary . said there were many editorial writer who were discussing the Important ques tions, of the day impartially and de clared th.a the general attitude of the great newspaper of today is "fair and just." SENATE VOTES AGAINST NAVY PLUCKING BOARD 'V MO.NIM JOUSH.L .e.CI.L. L.A..O WM.I! Washington, Feb 16. Abolishing f Ihe navy pint king board nn proviil d In the naval bill by the house waa approved today by the senate. Senator sinnot precipitated a shiul war debute by offering his amend ment for fifty la-a-giiing submarine und twenly-flce for coast delense Senator .Vorris asked If Mr. Smoot considered the I'm ted Slates In dan ger of War. Senator Stnoot declared it reasona ble to suppose thai following the present war another might soon be fought '0 control the tiadeuf the w 01 Id. Thaw Trial PosIimiiuhI. New Yotk, Feb. 2tl. t'iiiii the pica of hi attorney and with the 1 ousel, t of the district ntiorney, the trial of .Murrv K. Thaw for ootispliKcy. which was to start here next Monduv. w is today postponed for a week. The titi seme, fro-ii the city ut on of thaw's law-yer wa given a a renaou for the foijuniuvnt. "Certainly 1 have. "You were not called upon to do ny act you didn't think ought to be lone " 1 jur, una never asKe,j me to uo j anything 1 did not think waa right," , wa the answer. K. J. Moore, a Philadelphia banker, not relat -d, it wa explained, to W. 11. j Moore of the group controlling the . Hock Island, eaid he had attended a stfii kti,,i,ir' ,..,i.o. ,,r tH. Hfii ii in land operating company in 1SH with five shsreN nt HtiH-'lr t,i rtreuetif a re- lolution for institution of a suit for the recovery of I7,.r.0(l,0fii against the director!. A representative of the I Central Trust company of New York, States' h" h"(l vo,,''l niajoilty of the (Stok and forced an udjourmnent of the resolution A second meet way. The trust company representative, he said, had stated that his proxy limited him to voting on adjournment only. C ). Warren, assistant to President Leeds of the Hock Island during l02-O4, sold he had left the company because Mr. Leeds had not devoted sufficient attention to questions re lating to management of the roud and left him "up in the air." "I left," he said, "because the sit uation becumo unpleasant and unsat isfactory." The witness explained that he had been induced to go to the Hock Is land from the Cintrul Hallway of New Jersey by .Mr. Leeds on an agreement that he should receive stock worth a minimum or $ir,o,OUO at the end of two year. When he left the com pany, he said, he wn given 5a,ou0 in cash and stock In the New Jersey; holding company of a face value of! $:'.,, iiuO in accordance with the! agreement. ! F.arller in the day Daniel CI.' Held , wa on the stand and testified that I the first Intimation of the present in- ' vestigation had reached him from! David Ulnar. The message brought! him, he said, wa that a speech was about to be made ln congress on the 1 subject. Counsel then Introduced the resolution drawn by Hcpresentative Green of Iowa, which precipitated the iiuiuiry. Hcpresentative Green testified he did not know David Lamar, and had j discussed the resolution with no one. 1 It w.i offered, he said, entirely upon, his own motion and personal knowl-1 edge of the cotiditidn of the. tracks of th Hock Island in Iowa after the I holding lompuny had obtained con-1 tml of the system. The lines and I equipment had steadily deterioruted ! under that management, he asserted.; had no basis and others were so tri-( Ming that t no time were Frank's j counsel so dissatisfied as to move for a mistrial. The attorney general discussed at length whether a federal court could review the action of a state court. Chief Justice White remarked he thought the day had passed when it was contended that the supreme! court could not examine the action of a state court to see if the, slate court! had applied the law to violate a fed-' eral right. ! VAN DYKE WIRES CREW j OF EVELYN IS SAVED! 'V HOtHN. JDUH.L SCCIAi. L K.StD Wlf. Washington. Feb. 26. Minister; Vandyke at The Hague cabled today it i was unofficially reported to him that I the entire crew of the American! steamer F.velyn, sunk by a mine, was: safe at Hremen. The fate of Captain ; Smith an 1 one boatload had been 1 cloaked in mystery. v.ornians fMiiuto iniicii 1 lag. London, Feb. 26 (5:55 p. m.) Heuter's correspondent at The Haiiuej telegraphs that a mail steamer of j the Zeelnnd line, which arrived at' Flushing today, met two German. submarine on the passage from i':.!if';'n,,v Jh,r. ".".""i'i? .?'"ipi the SPECIAL llJIl SATUJDAY OXI.V HOME tlltl.n IIACON' PKkleil in tuvote Water Nothing ISctti-r. Per Pound, Narrow Mris, I.V; Wide Stri,, 2IK". New Shipment Sm"kMl White Fi-li. Finnan lladilie. Smokiwl salmon. Mililnr Her ring. New Mackerel. I-iniclu-ou Herring:, Hriiil Shrimp, lilout crs. GKNl INK lil.l i: POIXT OYSTERS II W MIIIH HIM III WW : The windows tell the story. BARGAINS "For Less" than' "THE LEAST." TODAY, the big clean-up DAY of all odds and ends. A sale worth com ing to. Today, 9 a.m. "JUSTjS VALUES." THE GOLDEN FINE WATCH, CLOCK AND JEWELRY REPAIRING BETTEIt WORK FOR LESS MONEY Let Te Give You an Estimate. : : RULE DRY GOODS CO. : DODD & DENHOF Third ami Central, Alliuguorqne a) STRIKERS ARE ORDERED i TO 60 BACK TO WORK i JAFFA'S GROCERY Today's Price List: Supreme Canned Pineapple, 2A-b. can 20c Ferndell Tomatoes. 3-lb. can 15 Kxtra Fat Mackerel 10 Premium or Star Hams, pound .....19f 3 pkgs. any 10c Crackers , .25 3 cans best Smoked Sardines 35 1 dozen large Lemons 25 3 pkgs.. Golden Egg Macaroni or Spaghetti 35 Fancy Sliced Chipped Beef, sliceJ while you wait. lb... GOV Fancy Boiled 11am, sliced by machine, lb 40 Would lrtilM Man Kliitlona. Washington, Feb. 2. Investiga tion of the last senate election In Alahaniu. California, Indiana, Ken tucky, and Nevada, u well a Penn sylvania and Illinois, Was proposed to a senate committee today by Sen ator Ihisiow. The committee once decided riot to Investigate and later lv uonsisa iousnal .ecci.t, lmo wish Umdon, Feb. 2 (6:55 p. m.) Through Sir George Oskwith. chief industrial commissioner, the govern- linent sent a tu i einntnrv order tod.iv to the lu.fcoo shipyard engineers on strike at the Clyde that they must resume work on Monday. as "import ant munitions of war urgently re quired by the army and navy are be ing held up." The striker demand an increase In waKe of 4 cents an hour. Tank Steamer Safe. London, Feb. 2 (1:45 p. nt The liritish tank steamer Weebawki-n. concerning which some anxiety was felt beta use a life buoy bearing the name of the vessel was picked up on the shore at Anglesey, is safe t FRESH VEGETABLES ' Cauliflower. Artichoke. Celery. Pie Plant, Fresh Tomatoes, California Head Lettuce. subject will cwuio up B.aia Monday voted not to change it decision. The j Harry. The life buoy wa lost over board in a storm three weeks ago. BAKERY DEPARTMENT Whipjied Cream Puft. Chocolate Marshmallow Rolls dlate Potato Cakes, All. Flavors Laver Cakes,' Pound Cakes. Fresh Bread and Hot Rolls every day at 11 o'clock, our auto stop at your door and take vour orders. Choc- Have PRICE, SERVICE AND QUALITY GUARANTEED Agents for Chase & Sanborn Tea and Coffee. Mail Orders Solicited. : . Phones 31 and 32.. i '-e-vajteaj .