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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28. .915.
FIVE SMOOT FOR ROOT ! FDR PRESIDENT: IS WORKING HARD FOR NEW YORKER tor Visits Washing-) I Smothers Weeks1 Then Proceeds to I I is for Interview, Boom: Metrop STRONG SENTIMENT IN PARTY IS EVIDENT ief Prevails That Former Cabinet Minister Is Strong est Candidate Republicans -ould Nominate, t -,AL COMNttPONDINCf TO MOtNINI JOUHNALI mhlngton, Oct. ST. Senator Reed it ,.f l-tah came im,' Washing ;, , utly. killed the W egJ i and then Wcim OH tci New Y nl the Root boom under ins arm. i is expected ba k within a day or with a perfectly wi ll organised mi nt in put Root through. His ; to Now York, he MM, ni for am purpose, to get former Sent' Sllhu H,x,t to nm that he would ftHll,l Th.i the nomination, tade certain, Senator Satool he rest would be, i"t easy, n after the proper effort had Strong Sentiment for Root, Titer, is an undereiirrent of RoOl statitnent nmong all classes of repub lierins Those who have been friend!) rich Mi Root for many years are in lonsflj enthusiastic. Senator Smoot li one of tie m. He would So anywhere mid do any menial Job to make Hoot th. ita'ndardbearar of his party. If the republicans could elect Root, he nays constantly, the would have not only a victory but n president. Bui r;OUld they elect biin? On this point .Sena lot Smoot is an optimist. He believes thai it Can b done. He admite that there has been gBtagon istn to (tool hut claims that it hits Horn its, If out. Most of the trust Ittornej talk It burnt powder. In his Declares .bility t mints. (tool weald be Judged. Mr. Smoot hrlli'Ms. b his great abilit) unci not by the partisan att.fk.s o! many years gS, His record in the senate. In thel offi' c of secretary of state ami secre-1 tary of war, mark him as the most I pei H u i statesman of his country. Moreover, in ouch of these offices) Mr. Kent did siunetniiiu notapte, tie reorganised the war dspartnv nt. fotuilit successful war and forced iiu appointment of a general staff, if njRlonal defense i.s to be the Tel otitstion of the next few years tile country has not. In the oplni UUh senator and many othe f the man Who. an much Hoot as an experienced Ruble, Then if foreign relations are Uppermost we have no Other man of half the experience of Mr- Hoot in thai field He did aide work in the senate en ihe , urrency bill, the tariff am1 the canal legislation, Brings Home the Bacon. Evers where h,. has been pl' ed, Mr. Heel, of New- York. "brought home thp bacon." His most remarkable achievement wai to so handle himself as chairman of the last republican na tional convention as to retire having Made friends nf both the Tafl ami Roosevelt factions (this In spits of the ItCI thai he steadily and frankly op- poied the Roosevelt faction), The standing of senator Rool is such that Senator Smoot, who Is an tiltmconservntive, believes sincere! that h,. can unite the republicans us Well Ra any man who could be named, not excepting Justice C, E. Hughes, Root's great abilities and the record of his political achievements would In 8m, mt's judgment make th- demo crats admit that een President Wil son hail tn uive him half the road. The president could not overshadow 25 CENT BOTTLE Every Bit of Dandruff Disc an- an Stops Out. This! Your Hair Appears ilossy, Abundant, Wavy and Beautiful, brittle, colorless and scraggy mute evidence of a neglected f dandruff -that awful scurf, is nothing so destructive to as dandruff. It robs the hglf sire, its strength and its wrv tiiuaiiv producing a feverish 1 itching of the scalp, which imedlsd causes the hair roots It, loosen and 4ts then the s out fast. A little Pandering now any tlim will surely r hair. ,-.., I,.,ttl., i-.t SnnwltAH I ''ii, im i,,, from any druK store or wllet counter, and after the first ap PUcation your hair will take on that '" lustre and luxuriance which is sn beautiful. I, W become wavy and '"ffv an,) have the appearance of oundance, an Incomparable gloss and ortnesa: but whsl will please you "" s' will he after Just a few week's Whsfl vou will actually see I lot 'Jf fine. ,owny hair new hair- grow " all over the scalp. 1'anderliie is to the hair what fresh Ntowers of rain and sunshine are to jgetatlon. it goes right to th" mots, 'nvlgorai, .s .,,,, strengthens them. Its iw ill un,, tlfe-produelng prop- rties causa the hair to grow long. 0lVi and beautiful. SAVE YOUR RAIR! STOPS OANDRDFF name ..n the tM I ' .V-iiher llorah dot riadie) hag given ui hep, .f .ite Mrs! ataee. tin-nil-neither news hi(netf a candidate pBVnh c aims t he imwf interested Id the platform than the pernoanfl, but this s taken irlth of fntt Hadlry, ,,. haa been la Washington a good ii al, li credited with aa am'", lion to mak, the preeiiteni . or falling fhert ef that, to be prominent enough in thp next .olinini.str.uinti. if U in re publican, to have the ettontej pen' eralshi, That is his real ambition Borah s is to continue in the let&at until such time as he ran make him alt a presldentla I possibility, Per haps neither would object, however, to be drafted. HndMB Doom Pwdnta, Th Hughes Nhmh is not active hot perhapa this is what the Hughe men! want. Re . annul he an avoweil and: date in.ieed. whenever be is uunted on the lllhjf r 1 at all it must he as dh tinctly not a dandldate ',t the Ft u ghee boom Will persist if its quietus is nut given in such a wa that the party will understand that he will de eline the nomination, AH old friend of the Justice, one who km w him well In youth and Keeps up Ins BCqualn tame, since the) both live in Wash ington, Mid to me today that Hughes COUld not I" stampeded into politics. "1 fully believe," he said, "thai Jus-, tice Hughes would decline the nomi- natloa. He has lately talked with 01 mi tip' subject and while ho did not sav he would take that step, he did go very far t, Indicate that nothing on earth WOUld dh 1 1 him irom the work of the supreme C'OUrt which he likes and which be conalders snectfl as important ; denejr." in many s the pr Hope- fm What JuStl WOUld he the ( liief .lusiii esliip. Hughes wouM like chief Justiceship and should his present the Incumbent of Chief retire dunnr a republican presi dent his flietlds would feel that he had a good likht to expect it. To sum up. the Hoot boom is re Spected by all classes oi republicans and it is actlveh propagated bj the old liners. It is the most general boom ,in the market The only doubt about its being a great boom is the doubt about whether Hoot will run. Bens tor Bmoot believes thai he will consent and with bis consent will wel come an active oroDAganda thai will puh nil favorite son movi the wall. ti E TO INFLUENCE V MOMNINd JOURNAL PlClUt I.IHIO WlUftl Los Angeles, Calif., int. 21. lin Droner advances alleged to have been made ti Week's Matthe murder Milling huildin: have , pri eetive lurors during ihis nan I the t rial of I Schmidt, charged with inection with the dvna- I. os Angeles Times ctober, 110, Is said toj the county giand Jury in of tin ; ill (I tused to begin an investigation today and i .summon IW0 witnesses. One of those who responded to al subpoenae demanding his Immediate attendance Was W. K. I'uvcnailgh. g detective for the del, use. The , , ther: was Miss Marie Latter, Of San Finn-I eiseo and I'hicago, a friend of Schmidt. Both weie told to report again Friday morning, the grand Jury j having adjourned until that lime be-j fore witnesses arrived. Thomas i.ee Woolwine, district at torney, was absent from his office all; duv and other attorneys associated with him in the prosecution would not affirm or deny that a grand Jury had undertaken an investigation iif al leged jury tampering. Cavenaugh was said by an associ ate of tin- district attorney to have rigai, ,i in the Haywood-Moyer trial, ai Boise, Idaho, in winch Clarence B. Patt'ow was one of counsel for the defense ,,,,l aualn in the trial ol rii agat torney Hart ing out of trial. John H. IW In barges gloW- aia brothers the mi id I S lyment th. mpl I investigator nftrmsd shro detective Hal row. by the has e. Hi that the i Attornev atemenl Uked f ARRESTED FOR THEFT OF 17 YEARS AGO! BN AL IPfC . LiAafn wiat. Ip- Madsro administration in who subsequently attached to the staff of General Villa, iii he is now purchasing am munition, was arrested In his hotel here today for a theft alleged to have bee,, committed by him seventeen years ago. He insisted he was the vic tim of mistaken Identity. Sommerfield, who gave 11,000 bail, was Identified by Hans Zimmerman, a real estate agent, as the man who stole 2T S from him in IW. An in dictment w is found against Somnier- tletd In that year. Zimmerman, on (letoher 1. 115, lead of the appear ance before the federal gran t Jury of a Felix A. Sommerfield who was call ed to testify in the passport conspir acy charge against Andrew D, Meloy, a real estate operator. Clmnwraian becam,- s isn thai Sommerfield ' the man ns nan ! sought for seventcn years and noti fied Ihe DOliCe, Who lllHcovelCil Hie old Indictment and caused the un est. AMERICANS AGAIN ATTACKED BY HAITI ENS la aoANiaa journal afciAL LaAaan wiaai Cape Haltien, Haiti. Oct 27. -Th'.' American naval forces ate sen ling WO men to (Hand givlere to reinforce the garrison there, which has been attacked by Haltien brigands and the commander of which Ha been Killed in i skirmish at Hahon, the terminus of the railway line, a ihOM distance from Cape Haltien. Fort Liberie, some twenty-five miles to the east of Cape Haltien, fired a cannon nt the Americans. The com mander of the fort was later seised and taken te CUpe Haltien. where he was tried and condemned to serve a sentence at bard labor. The situation in the immediate vi elnlty of Cape Haltien Is quiet. Com mercial affairs ure active. ATTEMPTS MAD JURORS ALLEGED during t Mexico. himself for who DELEGATES ft RE TO BE SENT TO )oal Clei ifereiice MO..,., iOt'Ntt New Vol k. i i missions nf the Proti it ml Kptaeopal hurch. after a spirit, lasting two days, tods) seven delegates to th, d, nomlnatlonal mhwlo to i n he!(i in PVbruarj v ersy d v eloped aroun ,,f the , angress and ihi Roman Catltolk- churc to participate After a long series nl lay thi hoard passed :, it shall he the pin pes, ontrovers) d 10 send una Inter eungresi he conttu e purpose ll n Of the det lining of the Pa nam i ill elements of my form of re congress to recognhn truth and goodness ,u SI liglOUS faith," and also the Kpisi epal board deb tend the ' ongl ess vv ith authoi itv ,,r p,,vv i of i I baa I , to co-op, ration Oil, Minn ol u, stating thai talc will .it 'll, l purpose, mmitttng the ll'il V . During the discussion ii deve that tie main ohjei ttoa among i bets of the Protestant EJptl ipal church m the I'., nam. i eongreai Hot based upon the fact that the was Ho man Cathoilc church had declined to participate but upon a question ol whether or net the board bad author ity to authorize a conference with deb gates from abroad or delegates ol other denominations. Tb, quarterly meeting adjourned without taking um action upon the resignations bj five rgemben yester day when the board, voting two to one. di feat, d S motion to rescind the l , S" n lion passed at ihe last t i- Ing favoring participation at Panama. BffortS to cause the five men to fe , ooetder their action were made without siicc, ss throughoul the day. (tbjectms ie Oldliirale. The five members in question were 'the Ht. Rev. Reginald H tVeller, i shop of Pond du Lac, Wis tin nt. ' Hev. Alfred Harding, bishop of I Washington, D-l Ci the Hev. Dr. Wil : luir. i T. Mantling, re, t ,r of Trlnitv church. .New York fity. the Ht. Rev. c. Mott Williams, bishop of Mar I quette, .Muh., and the Very Rev, Bel den P. Heianey. of Milwaukee, wis I The first three nu n did not attend lo de's meeting;. Bishop Williams and the H'v. Mr. Delaney attended hut took uttis I bishops of i members. elcoted t ; the ciiuri h 1 1 w as d ,. nan in the discussions. All the church are. ex-offlclo : the board, hut only those: the general convention of hive voting powers. , ided that the hoar,) could ; ! send deleg ites to confer with repre denomlnatlons, but :ould not take pari upon ecclesiastical , sentatives of Other del that the delegates oou in any legislation up ; (juestlons, nor co-opt i , upon missionary plans T ONLY EPELLED HI " M N I N 3 lOURNAL I'lCHI LI A BID WIM Kl I'aso, Tex., i let. J7. The I ! nza eiiiisiilate today gave out slat mi nt from th at Mexico CM official press bu . denying a report, sent through the itv, to the effect 1 government foroSS mala. The state- t ea it said mails from that that the Carransa had invaded Qua! nielli continues: "The truth is that filibusters from that country (Oustemala) crossed the border sometime ago in pursuance of y plot to provoke Intefventlon but were driven back by the constitution alist i who maintain an adequate force for that purpose, their only Intention being lo v aslon. governmt to the , o prod, i ihe country from i"- The present Guatemalan tlt is bitterly antagonism niltltutlonallsts and President Cabrera ami Huerta ar a have beep in col respon- 1 1st rads known t dence to provoke trouble in Mexico. This is now impossible because of the recognition of the do facto gov ernment Cabrrrs is very unpopular With his own people and remains closely guarded ill his palace." HIGH PRAISE FOR NEW TRAINING CAMPS (BY MOAN, NO JOUNNAL aPfcCIAL I BAUD WIRtJ New York, Oct, -V. -Major Oenersi Wood. 17, ,k. a., commanding the east ern department ol the army, in an address to th, members of the fech. oology club here toda)', praised the rt cent eltlsens camps. "We have got to ma.ke a lot of of ficers. " said Qeneral Wood, ah told the number of line officers in tln- Unlted Slates and tin figum include those ol the national guard as wall as those of the regular army do nut total much more than ll.non men, when us for an army of 1 ,090,000 we would need at least 15,000, "I want to see the military schools and other institutions in which mili tary training is offered, send at least ,S0O men lo these summer camps every year. We have more than 10, 000 young men receiving some soil Of military instructions with army offi cers as instructors. We have g,a to tattdardlse Lhat training." t bun hlll to IteaSgn Xgalii. I.oiuloii. Oct. '.'8 Ci-.'i'i a. ill.) Hu mors were again , urrelit lu the lob bies of the house of Commons last night Hint Winston Spencer Churchill, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, wua about to resign his seat in the i M L POM sl M I U, MEETING. , special meeting of the Stnte Tax Commission will he held on Thursds) at 10 o'eloog h ni., November 11, 1!U5, for the purpose of considering and acting upon special requests for authority to make tax levies which will In the aggregate, produce more than five per cent in excess of the BIAOUni produced t,y tax levies for the veur 1S14, and for such other matters hs may properly come before it. HOWELX kaknkkt, Secretary. PANAMA COUNCIL GUATEMALA NO I ED RAID SERBIA DOOMED BY BLUNDERS OF GREAT BRITAIN rd-Baitlett Tells mug in ba I, Mii44I.io i ondom, h t. gg , .i ni, in i in , lecture lust night on the DaMaJteMei operations, CSkptaia I'ibs 4shmoaJ ' iiartbtt, th,- British press repn xsst at.v, iii Hint campaign, said that ,l-; though the allies vei, until) eatab hsiied in th, Ekardanellea, be did not thing there was am rhanes ol n fm 'hi .otvan, . ritilfnl." said Captain Ashi d-H i it ai , lett, "despite Ihelr loss.-, there now not less than Ht0, I Tutks det ai ais and the longer the;. ihe more formidable and experl the) become 111 till metl lens, . WI1 '1 1 hi pal Help; di Hill garls we pan no tongei hope to get through t,, Cons) 11 tlnople." Dlacussini the i k ul the Hi it isli diplomats in 'I'm I,, v ., ltd I h, Halkaus, the lecturer using hi ,h presslve British slang phrase said th, nation had been bad I) lei down" I v us diplomats in the N'eai Bdll 'The Turks," I'aptam -hni,a,l-Bartletl continued were mosl kind ly disposed towards us ttlltll a veal ,1 h ytnr and a half ago. It would have In en importanl and easv to gel Bulgaria on our side a) a certain stags when we had not suffered an) severe losses." Nothing is mole deplorable than inablllt) to redeem a pledge solemnly made, but at the present we can no! redeem the pledgt msd to Berota fot we are not in a position to sum- Ber- bill this veal'. Serlcy will be lOI'CCd to give in or to make the bestTterma "I',, aa) we are going to hinder ihe uiariii of Oermanj through Bulgaria e. absolute taensi We can nol gti into Bulgaria this year for there are oiilv three or fOUl iveeks more in which operations are practicable on account of the winter, Hut there Is no reason why Wi should not , , ultima- to hold Balonlkl and keep our troops in Irenes, "Instead of ride lions promises we should have had an ami) in Mace donta long ago. This Would have absolutely Stopped all) llntl.si use from Bulgaria and probe bl) brought her in 1ASE OF HANS SCHMIDT IN COURT OF APPEA lev hssnins journal picia liaid vmai Albany, x. v.. oei. f7. The Cats of BakmliK f i, niee I itholll'l ie it under sentence of death for the urdef of Anna Aumuller In , w irk In Isli, now rests with the court appeals. Arguments for and :ainst a new trial were ma le before at body today, decision is not , etc, I for several weeks. Should the urt rub1 agaitisl Schmidt, his next; or Whliimin if N'cvv York i prosecuted the ('BSC, I ,1 I.', ,11, 1 Mphonse Q. 1 celitly assigned to the or court of appeals, asked that a Jury be given an 0 hear alleged new evident irticularly 1 rtunitv to, thai Miss Aumuller died as a result of heinor- rhagi following a forbldtten operation. He asked the court to disregard Schmidt's confession, Made bofer his trial and since retracted, that lie had cut the victim's throat. (SV MOIINItaa JOURNAL aiICIAL LBABaO WIMBI Muskogee, iikla., Oct. IT,.- The un- Inhabited fast net bills, In Ihe far of Oklahoma, n gangs since from believed In be hi suit five of the i today held up a limited train No Kansas & Texas twenty-seven mil, Thn r the , to be In Texas. i of the Klamlchl southeastern , orner ndegvous of bandit i, r days, tonight was tiling safe from pin -igbt men who early id i ol bed i astboutul li of the Missouri. railroad, at Unapa, s south pt M llskogee lit laws Were thought .liter having boldly ridden Into Muskoge al attention for one tr of lire medi- I lo 25 lets, I ami then boarded anoth train. The men. appall wearing hightop boots brimmed felt hats, eami today and had Dr. II. W ml I, I i town la Mil e I the lacerated ear oT one of their num ber Pesplle the statements ,,f exptesf offlclala that the body obtained bj the robbers was small, many rttrhori wen- in circulation todaj concerning the result of the robbery, One report, from McAlester, declared the robbers obtained M0.000, which was being sent Into the .south for the cotton mur keting season. Itallrotid officials, however, said the train had not been carrying large sums for several years, since it was robbed ones before, Other estimates placed the amount stolen by the robbers at 19,909, though from the general offices of the Missouri, Kansas Texas railroad In Dallas, Tex., came a statement that (the men secured only four each "f cheap lew eli which had been lied up like money bags. SMALL GLAND IN HEAD PRODUCES GIANTISM IOV M OA N i NO JOURNAL IPICHI. I Aii, WIAffl Huston, (let. -An operation to regulate the growtli of persons afflict ed with giuiiiism was demonstrated before the clinical congress of sur geons of NOTth America hv Dr. H.ir vev Cuehlng of this clt.v today. He ex plained that the disease which results In producing the giants similar to those In side shows, was caused by a disease in the condition "f S small giund in the center of the head. In bis operation Or Cuehlng rolled back the nose of his patient, removed a secretion ,i ihe giund and replaced OKLAHOMA TRAIN ROBBERS ESCAPE FROM PURSUERS ARCHBISHOP OF NEW MEXICO TO CONDUCT SERVICE Distil ilshop Lake City, ether ,iu- He pre, e,t V a Pt o, , . us, den i Bishop N pro, essoin w ill be to ol, ! . ,, ,. I can i I'w o hundre, members ol the Knight l ,i The i v the cross the celiscl uniformed ! f si. John, choir no nil, crs :u purple vtxtment visiting priests, piel.it. . and blshol in robes of office vill have a place i til, priM es followed hv Al h Pit aval and lltshnp-ei A bamiuet and t e, , night will ,i,,se the new i v rented bishop week in Denver the ; will i church organisations, after wheh h, will go to ICI I'a.o father Sehuiii obtslnsd his porl; education undei th,- tutelage of Blsh op Mat.. I lo n p lesl ,4 tin- it SOI g tow n. Polo . pal ish. Later he studle, In St Louis and taught n the Sacrei Heart college, Denvef Fot four yeai .nil to Patht i Ra) at El I'aso an, since 1911 I'll Ul! to Ihe Sailed .'leal chiin h here E PAR VALUE OF BETHLEHEM STEEL bm vulue I ,"";!,"'l I'll. tiles $10 as was recently rtaln broksrsjts Intert Bethlehem company, today i statement oyer his own signal ing thai the request to reduce value of the stork had been , consider, ,i in i b, - nmpany's -in ,1 a it 1 sav - the pal' arefully officers, Id, 'is of who are also ' importanl I tin al tin in, ni a, bis pr. ond profitable, i m conditions are, un- usual and any readjustment of capl- tallsatton that may be deemed neces- If) cni Well await Ihe relurti ol tore normal conditions, "Holders of a substantial majority f the stock of our company are op used to the , hange." Ma) Investigate Kxex'uuon. Berlin, Oct. 21 (via London. Oct, IR, ItM ll. III.) All hough hi lias nol yet been notified offb lull) of th, execu tion of Miss Edith Cavell b the Ger mans at Brussels, . I. inns W. Heinrd. the American ambassador to Qsrmany is anticipatitiL the possibility tiuil he win in- required to investigate the cir cumstances of the ex lion Itoo-evell :.7 cms ( ,. New York. Oct. 27 Col, Theodore Roosevell eelt brated hit fifty-seventh birthday today at Oyitsr Hay by tak ing a four-mile row itnl a walk with -Mrs. Hons n il. eating lunch m the Terrible Croup Attack Quickly Repulsed By Old Reliable Remedy Well known Croraia atara karper haa mu larad croup and colda lor hi family of ten with Folar'a Honey and Tar Compound. The minute that Hoarse terrifying eronpy cough h heard lu tho bonis of T. J. Barber, of Jefferson, us., out comes Foiiy s Honey and Tar Com p, anal --lb, .re's iiiwavH a bottle ready. Ib ie's what he suys: "Two of my ehlldren( one hoy and a girl, age I eight imd six years icspecllvely, hud terrible attacks ol croup lust winter and i completely cured tbsM with l oiiy's Honey ami T.,r Compound, 1 have ten In family rind for years I've oisi Foley's Honey and Tar t'oaipouiid Bud It never fulls." ltanish worry and save doctor nnis kep Foley's Honey and Tur r un pou ml always on liuml, In your home. One Imttlli lust , a long lima it's reliable and safe and the last dose is u.j uuud as Hit first, (let um genuine. Sold everywhere. A Remedy ' For All Pain "Tim Aflettney itty ttrui" y ir. C, r. Khlilnti, "in 1 wi to un by Ihfl renlu obUtlo from It h iim-. If WO nr . iif to OtttV trol patn un-l UIm mm1 Of D1MUII of ntiv pn pftrHtlon, WfMMrt(tlnl v nr vrtrrHiitcd tn tin nit. Ono of thn pfldOfpft n, MiMlotrtu of nil CllM'fti m U pHln, nii'l DiU In wluit ti'pAUCOt mont tiflt u ttpplltiN (it imfor, 1. e. ttutiii rtiiiikC t rt-Jte-x' IiIh Mia. If Vke cttu TT thin prf-mptly, fhn pfttlftit 1h mif liiiliit to l it in im for tut- otHerfomedlei wiiich wilt nfTACt A pfririHiii'iil 0Uf Otli r'rnrfty which I hftvo imo't lHr(i'ly In mv pflMsUot I Anfcl kfttnula Tiihl tn, Mhiiv hipI viiMe l nn- im lr Uhon. I hftvo put t hem to tlm t'hi on nwuiy pooMlooi, tad iin c nDYer i n dtMppolnf d. I found tbm eiptolttlly rsiuablc for hcadnt lies uf iiifilrirlnt origin, where1 (julnlnn wiis MtOI Ukcn. 'Ilirv tlpptMlf to prtucnt Mi" hii'i Mfl'-r-enVftH of tin- qulnlDf. Anll It&mnlA 'i .t'.i- ' nrtj j. ri -client for Ihn b0fUSAODM from Improper dlMtMOtll nno for hfftdiu-hfH of a peofailfto origin, mid pp' tftlly for vn mien lubjtOl toptiliuist cttrtftln ttiues. Twit Anti-kMinuItt 'I ahlfti bIva prompt relief, ii'l In m lcrt lino- the prtLirnt , UhIHm to w Hhoiif hh ti-mal " Thenii tatilem 1 may Im wtftined n nil dniygflHti. Aait for j A-K J'fthlatn. Thf .v are u! v, uaiell) for , houdaclit'i, iR'uralgln aud all pulai. GIANT BIPLANE TO BE BUILT FOR AMERICAN NAVY aft Autl UIIHh w ashmntu hl , ol a Ki.ini i ipiane ii for the m.uhine wen pn , par, Naval roustrueloi II. Heba The craft will hat , earn 1 pa, itv of J, Joe pounds 'lid will from f'liv ght) miles an lo ;, period of s iPii hour., withou be drlvi trend St 111,1, ,,i dual design In a statement deacrMHng the ,ne. se, retai v I tablets said d mspurtfns fuel, weapon- ,,i arrj a torpedi r the bai rlen RSF.AS CORPORATION COMMENCES Bl 'SINE: V MiiRIINd IPH U, lllllll MOM! . w York, i let The Amerl, 1 . ctOI lodav in , ilupb te Ms , sntiun and send agents abroad ' dlBtel) This ,;.-i Ul meed letter was read from S,' let, if tiebi outlining tin govemmon vorable attitude toward the prise. Alexander .1 H( ni,h II. I i n nker, who is provisional pr of the new oorporatkra, said The gflvsrnmanl attitude i lined in Beeretun Redtleld's b , end Troops win I nt rain Today. San Antonio, Tex , net :' ,' '1 .'.. 1 1 1 Mexban troops, ordered I,, relief of Ague Prleta, Ronora, will train tomorrow at llagle BnSS, T' to b, transported over American i to I louglas. Al l , opposite the Mi Deafness Cannot Be Cured local laaUsSttSM, SI thsf nuioet fMU'h thl dim-an'ii t'urtiuii f wt Thfra u onu ",, tc , uii Ui-Bdie". "'ul tout ! to' i',mtlliiil al reuieilU-N. Iiafm'm l i ouapi! liy nn laBaDittl leuilltkm ef the inuoiua lluliir "f be" Sasl 1,1,1 11 Tube, wbm tbu tutio Ib lata Bad fov ban i rumblltie SSS4 M tniiK-rfeei liriirliiu, ssa wsai It Is entirely MM4 DSStStSa la tha r.nult, ant uutva tin- IstisiniitliTS can be tuk," out tsa tbla tube restored l lt Bonssl coadlMoS, BSSI his "lit In- dtttrovrd hrsrsfi sis - "t el l,u ar rauaed hv Cltlfrtt, SDlob l mubliis '"it an luttnnii'ii irtltlun et tt,e niiio'iis lurtsesi w win giv Osa Hsusrsd DoUara t .v , i tt Dssfsssi leti 1 y catarrh) that , i t rured bj llall'a Catarrh luie. Hiuil fur ilrcu r J. CBINIS ft CO., 1 oleilo, o. Set, I by Druaitl't". 780. Ttae Hull a I mull) fill fur ttvgfti patios. AN OPEN WITH ( OAL OR WOOD THERE IS A CER TAIN AMOUNT OF DIRT WHICH DETRA i s FROM ITS USEFULNESS. DID VOU EVER TRY GENUINE GAS COKE IN vol l GRATE3 THE CLEAN FI EL WHICH WILL ELIMINATE THE DIR1 INCIDENTAL TO THE USE OF AL AND GIVE VOL' MORI". HI I TI IAN AN I I IKAt'I I E ORDER A TOf A ENINGS. $6.50 Delivered The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light & Power Company Phone 98 o e I I I HalB D C D Glass-Paint L. U IVi D C. ri Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Company 42.1 .NOIt'l'll MUM' NTKKKT DON'T BE Bill C HEADACHY. SICK OR CONSTIPATED VI il.C, - Whole cas si, k. bilious i'g "Sterling purity" I b -there are B ij six more in I icrtmflGum I tPMmin aar tsaeetSl IB CINNAMON - tKW " DUKE CITY Cleaners-Hatters 120 Uesl I. old IMione 4tS THE WM. FARR COMPANY WholosRle Hnd Itetnlt Ceiilers lu niKSH AM) SIT Ml MS InttaStge n siMs-miiT ror OattlS noil Hogs tile ItlKOSI J klHrkel I'rloes An raid GRATE Lends an Air of Cheery Comfort to Any Living Room in Mil SL. COOL per ton in Your Bin