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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 27. 1915.
THREE
j Governor of Utah and the
Man He Refused to Pardon
DURING ACTS OF
HEROISM IDLQ IN FOR MORE MEN BY
S
CHEWNG TOBACCO
OFFICIAL NOTES ALLIED
MEMORY OF JUDGE
W ASKED
II HONORED 61
FELLOW LAWYER
ARMIES
Bai
Adopts!
npct Ann
Condolence on De
Distinguished Jurist,
am connMa o -olNiiia JOUMu
Kstaiieiu. N M.. Nov M. IlMMoV
,t,.v after the receBl death of Judge
Bgward Mann. Judge K. L. Med
, r wlin waa at the time hold tM
ourt in Estuncia, appointed a COW"
mitee consisting of Cot. G. W. Prlcg
trd. 1 istri. t Attorney H. It. Hamilton
mil l'red 11 Ayer, to .Iruft suitable
solutions expressing the sorrow ot
nembtri "f 'he har ;" Judge Mann s
,niimely death. The committee made
It- report yesterday and the resnlu
ii, ns were unanimously adopted. They
ire as lollows:
r . tiie Honor anie i.dwaru i
ludge
state
within
ranee:
"Your
nf the Third judicial district
if New Mexico, now sittinK
committee appointed by
vonr
honor, at the present term of tins
i onrt, to prepare and present to the
.oiirt resolutions on the death of i
Judge B. A. Mann, who suddenly lost
ns lift in an automobile accident, on!
ihe nineteenth day of this month, re-1
-putt'iilly present the following:
"Judge Mann was a prominent j
membM of the har of this state, ;it the I
Urge of his dciih. He w.is admitted
to the bar in Kansas, in lxl. SUbse-1
, u.nily practicing in that slate and In j
, l.raska. He was prosecuting attor- j
Mev of Scotts muff, iii the last named
stale in limit hf cam,' to .M'w .Mex
ico, locating first at Alatnoguido, anil,
ubsequeHtly, at Las Cruees. from
that place, in 1S04, he was appointed I
iiniiie of ihc territorial district oourt I
of New Mexico by
uall nml held iIkii
Pr eg Id an itooae
uofltloa mi IW.
His uniform conrlisy, while on lln
lunch, was a maitei- of comment
umotlg the lawyers who practiced ba
fore Him. He preside, 1 over the first
court in this county of Torrance. After
I e left the bench he settled In Alhu
oiicrque, and was elected mam bar "f
the last legislature from llernalillo
count', in which body he was ilu
floor leader, and served his conatitu
cuts with distinction.
Judge Mann had a sunny nature
His personality was always pleasant
In his relationship with his fellow
men he was always Congenial, His
greeting! were cordial, and In- had a
smile for everyone, yet he possessed
strona and positive convictions at the
par and was M
ad eraar;
f great ,
"Reaotved, that in his death our
profession has lost an aide memhei.
and the people of the state an Btt earn
ed eHtaWM tluit yoir aympuihiua are
hereby extended to his family in their
sorrow, that the judge of this court is
hereby requested to cause a copy of
these resolutions to be spread upon
the records of this court, and also a
copy thereof be furnished the press
of the state and to the family ot the
deceased, by the clerk of this COUrt,
"QGORQE! W. PRlCHARD,
"H, 1'. II Ml II Ti IN,
"FKWl H. AVKItS,
i "Committee."
ruiiModiwui in BwaU,
Itio Janieio, Nov. 2B. The federal
hamher has appointed a comiuis
on of nine memhers to consider the
jeatlon of the erorganuiaUon ot the
alional defense.
President Fayette A. Jones ot the
New Mexico School ol .Mines will leave
I liis- im, rning for (Yrrillua, Sanlit Ke
and Taos, to he gone for several days.
While in Hanln Ke Or. Jones will pre
sent the high school of that city with
a mineral cabinet containing valuable
specimens of New Mexico ores.
Anrt Cuflorarl fWarrfilllu Frfim
' i
Hpariaphp Har.uar.hp and
V.MUUVI IV, MV. W ' ' ' ' '
Dizziness. Says Now
That Women Are Fool
ish to Suffer and
Tells Why.
! I
New Augusta, Misg. In relating
her experience, Miss Irene H. Craft,
f this town, says: I have been trou
bled for a right smart while with fe
male weakness. I was irregular. . .
and was down In bed about all ihe
time. I had chills and fever with
these troubles for at least a year, and
a great deal of dirtiness, headache an I
'ackach.
When I was sick at each month, I
hart io iiv In bed nil the lime be
cause my back would uche and y
heart would swim so that I would al-!
most faint If I stood on my feet
I endured tHI for about three years.
Finally, I began to doctor with a (Oc
tet. He did not help me much. Then
he recommended Cardul, and I began
o take It. I took about one bottle
and felt much better. I have taken t
whole lot now, and feel .lust all right.
T have no backache, headache, or diz
ziness now.
I think women are foolish to suffer
when they can lake so helpful a rem
edy as Cardul, and I surely praise It to
v ery one. '
If you suffer from an
ments so common to worr
if the gll
g, why not
gtVs Cardul a trial?
Such earnest statements as the
above speak for themselves, and we
receive thousands of similar ones
very year.
Your druggist sells Cardul Get a
bottle today. Full directions In every
package.
nrance County
Resolutions of
ai LiiinpT rmiiTrn
u mi in r u i ii i r ii
n v iiii I i n in 1 1 1 1
WHII F STANDING
w mm mm w a -
Hili-tium.
Oovernor Spry ot Utah stood firm
against all protestations of the Inno
cence ot J0 llillsirom, the "Hoho
Poet," and let him K" 10 ott d( atb la
the Utah penitential?, Twice Presi
dent Wiis omraunleated with the
Alleged Shipments of Copper,
to Kaiser's Government1
Cause OrdeV of Banishment;
to Be Issued Forthwith,
(Aataetatad Praia Darreeg leaee.)
Tokio, Nov. I .lap, ins order of I
I deportation against five Herman l)UJ
llneta men oi ifokohama, which haa
already been carried out, nai nrouKi
into discussion the entile iUeaton Ol
Ihc tratmenl Of (let-man civilians as
I as (ierman prisoners in Japan.
'he authorltlea make no itate-1
nt ill connection uilh the deporla-I
lion
heyond the declaration that the'
lm-n
were dlsmliaretr n-oni ine nnin-
i . I, .Iron. .lit., I
e Interests Of Japan and In r l
Japanese newspapers. how
openly allege that foUlf of the I
urns, namely thoae conni cted
the firm ot i iito. Kelmara A Co.,
dismissed bOCSUM Ihey siiippedj
tr through neutral countrteal
led for Qermgny, Soma news-1
s s:n thov understood on BOOd
with
were
copp
pap
authority thai n
I mine had actually
I (he company and
Japanese copper
in en workad by
Its products for-
warded to (lei many throttga WW
foiled States.
The di ported ' lermane incu'
Martin I'ors, manager o Otto, Relm
era Ii Co.i n Porkea, K. iftacher and
C. Heltman, The ruin Oerman dla-
missed was M. V lleiigen, manager
ol Bergmann a Co, at Yokohama. I
The investigation of the police 0OV
i red several moiillis and the evidence!
in i.iieh ens, is said to fill itiore ihani
r, f i i written
garded as
ties are CO
(urvelllane
resident in
pan
The incident is ri -
thai t ii- authorl-l
exercising a si riot
Herman civilians
Denied.
iinhlished at Yo- I
Japan
QuiU I-
Japan Qatb
a, print! a 1
The
kohan
iopy ot an affidavit
to by Martin Tors
which
was sworn
i lasi July al the Ann H' an consulate
al Yokohama. Tin allidavlt declares
i t lint the copper business transacted
! by the I inn of I Itto, RelRWia Ai Co.
jin Japan direct or through others In
I Japan since the outbreak of the wm
has nol In-en done and is not done
i with Germany nor with Qermgny s
Ithe ulimnle deslinaHon. II contiiiiies
HSy saving that all the copper shipped
I by the firm to New York is gold i
fimm Vm k throii-h Us agent. E. V.
Knr e an Aiiierican eilizen, to vail
ous
American refining
tabllsh-
ImentSL The affidavit was sworn to
: before (ieorge H, Seidniore, who SUb
Horll himself as consul general of
Ihe
roiled States In charge ol dei-
; man
interests nt Yokohama.
Several cases of Outbreaks among
i the
Herman prisoners ot war have
I Ihe Japanese pies.' to declare Ihal
tin
authorities are treating th" pris-
oners too liberally, The mosi recent
trouble occurred al the camp al KtH
rutne when u. Japanese guard Is ag
io have been assaulted bj n Herman I
prisoner after he had wnrned the
prisoner to be more careful about
smoking and aboiil throwing livej
ashes on Ihe floor. The .liji declares
Hint tin- authorltlea should deal wiihj
Hermanv and its people In a manner,
different to that accorded to olherl
nations. U expresses the opinion j
that a (sharp watch should be kept)
oyer the (ionium residents in Japan,:
MClWOpApCD MpM TO
IN L VVOr MrLn ML IN IU
FORM CORONER'S JURY
, y0Nl JOUHNJL SeeSM LtASID WIWII
Pittsburgh, .Nov. it.- T. H, Olveri,
president Of the Post Publishing BOB9
puny; Col. Charles A. Hook, president
of the, Dispatch Publishing company;
Cel. Oliver Kershman, president of the
Press Publishing nimpany. (Ieorge 8.
(diver vice oreeldenl of the Qnsette-
Timss publishing co
p. Moore, president
Publishing conipan
Kri rich, a m WSpapei
summoned as a Jnrv
Mi nder
Leadi i
P, H.
I'
A I
i Jamison to Iniiuin-
into the clrcom
the fire of Octf
persona lost i heir
M vi.-tims were
ix factory and the
ntnoeg lurroqfiding
her ",, when thirteen
lives. Twelve of I
12 lit employes ot I In
oilier an Italian janitor, who, It was
charged, were trapped in the building
because of inadequate fire protection
JAPANESE DEPORT DIGGING 100LS
GERMAN BUSINESS ARE PRECIOUS 10
IN FROM NOTION
Gov, William Spry.
governor m stay
execution,
0eath toi
tnglng, an
law give
hut
he
op-
to
Hillitrom was shot to
choae shooting over h
i mn whii h the Utah
ALL SOLDIERS
jtfle Instrument Developed in
This War Stands Next in
Importance to Rifle as an
Implement of Warfare,
i I'ri KK I orresiHi
I '
Ilia
inching t
wooden
nil, which c
handle not
I del.o h.lbl
k al one et
insist.
qititi id am:
tWO feel
ITIISSpil
a sharp
hi
cole al Ihc oth
er. Men cling to their entrencntng
Is when lln v have had to discard
nearly eVuy otlur article of equip
ment, A maii wiihoiii an entrenching
loot feds thai he is of rather less val
ue as a soldier than if he had no uni
form Without this little pick and
spade he must lh in Ihe open al
tar an advance Instead ot craping for
himself a little mound for i over.
w in ti there is any movemenl In th
lines most of the entrenching work la
done with iin-se little tool it is only
when a position has I n solidly won
brniiglit up and put inlo use.
The infantryman needs no urging to
dig. it becomes the merest Instinct to
realise thai bis life depends on pro
viding himself with propel- cover And
this instinct is strong enough to con
quer even lln- overpowering ib-siro lor
Sleep which ciimes al Ihe close of a
long diiv's hard fighting and winch at
nightfall often makes .mh ilu- eon
sumption of food aeem gpperfluou
frequent! the tired infantryman af
ter ten or twelve hours. Of fighting
must struggle from task to midnight
with his entrenching tools. no( tin his
cover Is sum: and sound decs Ihe sol-
dier dare to curl himself
and lake Ihc i OVCted f
preparation for tin- c
Up in his pit
rty winks in
mnter-attack
which is almoat certain to com
for,, dusk.
a soldiers' letter tells gfcoi
niih leciMieiii that boasted
boasl
was
the
very
with
they
Ihe
did not dig. " H
gallant regiment," h
:i laree share In II
b
ors of Hritaln's past wars
had chargui ai Balaclava;
hud fouirht in every corner of
globe. Hut they had not I n Inughl
io diai ii w a i beneath them. They
were
with a
Of cas
"An
them
reglmi
to cov
gads.
an inf
iinlnally a
avalry regi
cavalry regiment.
nent'a foolish Ideas
bat happened to
from Mons. The
l ushed Into a gap
of an infantry btf
v were dismounted,
offered Ihem some
nt
r Ihe flank
Because tin
ntry otfleei
fib ndly advlci
vide themseh
uruinc Ihem lo pro
i with sunn kind of
cover. Hill thej laughed. 10OB men
position, and lav down in the open
We don't dig,' they hoasleil proudly
Hour gaiiani f. iiows ten minutes lat
er a battery found Ihem and Sprayed
ihem off the face of ilu- earth ai thi
little bugs are cleaned off a rosebush
by the gardener's spray "
Bank Deposits Increase),
Artesla, N. M., Nov. M, The latest
statements made to "ic controller of
the currency by the national bunks Of
Kddv county and to Ho state ban
examiner by the stale banks, shows a
substantial Increase over th" last
stat' meni made in S' plembei 1 In re
am five national banka and two itgta
banks In this county, and every OM
of them shows an increase In deposits
The exceptionally yood year for oattle,
sheep, fruit and all farm products
together with the growth of the stock
fi . ding biiHlnoss and the raising of
poultry, baa P1" more money In the
Kddy county banks than was ever
there before. The two banks in Ar
tesla. have hail an increase of over
$7 .'i.ulMI
tatemei
deposits mill
WA NTED (ln
aal '
euimo net et ttia Juur-
the
gluing si Loos mid hull
Brings Out Many fhstan
of Courage on the Pari
British Soldiers.
i' .
i
i
i
awarda of th.- milit-ux !
IUi h six I
irlei offici
St list of
cross and dtsi Ihgl Ithed v ic
The tin gloat 'li ! B Hot
follows;
:
was wounded in the Irene
after his himi
m bandaged he
caped from the ambulance and wentlmonth
back io his men. advancing with Iii" , shall
company Btttll again wounded II' whop, wi
was carried back la dWesalrtg Thb Intil
tion. from whi'h he disappeared after J t-ruttlna
his wound was ii"sscil Later he ems w. tttt)
seen catching up uii his company (men la In
ami again oteeerlng ihem an until haling i t
was wounded a third tine i th,. comn
Major tiordon, London Artillery, got keeping
cios,. op to the Herman lines to rec-I me from
onnoitre, and although under heavy j men hav
fife, ill-ought hack twelve German cap-1 , . ,.
tlves after huv.ng slim one man "Hh tants m
his revolver. South Wot
Lieutenant Carr, London infantry w.,r (ami
noticed w hile directing ih- removal j gonad of
of grenades from the dlvlaion "dump" ... he
s ami nomoa, whnii win
led - i men ami de ir,
'Hiiro 1 i Islunal I. one, i , i i
the beavj nperal Ions
h wu raimng ail the time, ana t'"-
damp fuses luid Io h, III I l oin cir.ai :
els. Williams was Wounded aarlj in
I th,, fighting hut n fiised io leave hi
i Had uaad oj n hutlet aelori ae
flnlahad his lask. When two
iihoiiisis endeavored W cany hi
I safely he insisted Hint they leavi
j mid tend the Wire,
I Lleutenani Poach, London grtl
lied a party of bomben during
I advance through l.oos. doing
I into a lions - he captured geven
j mans, although shot in i be fa
I continued to dire, i the work
1 midnight, although the nature o
wound compelled him to Be tlal o
j back all the t line.
i Uleutenam Wood, Gordon i
landers, tOOk Iff prisoner), In
marched them bail, under heavy
wnh a small sc. hi, ami h turned
much needed aniln null Ion for
men in the firing Urn Belnl bj
time the oiilv officer lefi m his
fire
w ith
the
I Ills
' pan.v, he rallied 11 on the slop ol
j TO and held his peg position
i great brav ci v and resource.
i i 'a', lain Kegrs'ey, Welsh Curt
i although si M-reiy wounded earl
I Ihe fighting, eoniinileil at lln I'm
j his men ami maintained his pol
until h, bad been hit seven time-
Indigestion and Don Sil nation,
,"Ror sonic time prior lo taking
Chamberlain's Tablets i was troubled
with Indigestion and eonattpatlon. t
lacked ambition, ami fell tired ami
worn out, ohamberlahVa Tablets gf
fonied me quick relief, an,i eventually
loned up mv system generally and re
stored me Iii good health." writes Mr,.
s. j. ftyther, (Men Center, N. Y. ib
tainabls everywhere,
STl.RN.SCHI.OSS & CO.
ffeiii-ml Hilribulorf
Atbsgssrqge, n. m.
Relieves CATARRH of
KK1
the
0 LADDER
rw i ni
110
and all
Discharges in
&il V If
24H0URS
mm
No tit Ifitc in J '
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Zeiilatul
i tin
dago
e ,y the Maori legtslatoi
id Year lor Mfalfa Bred,
n N U . Nov 118. This
laibi pas ever known. Kroni lios
w' ii to Carlsbad many farmers hnvi
devol ai a part of lh lr acreage to the
seed crop, and In every instance they
have made good money bj it. "no
farmer, wanting to go is Callforhrg,
BOld B, H. BullOOk one wagon load Of
the seed it a low pi li i . but lb. H Walt
,,n load brouahl him .' u ITsugll,1
ps of hai.
id . rop,
Satisfaction-Convenience-Comfort
-1
fli'ltar,TTi.ir '
M tftf IV T W V
Albuquerque
lONI'. OH.
LEADING BRAND
u
The Chew of The Men
Who 1)0"
IITHATEVER vour job ou will
' find ST K .i hnt lid to clear think
L ing and accurate action. You will also
s?K iitnl ST I a iM'tnt companion when
; , . I ?' ! 1 t IT.
Men Who Chew Are Men Who DO
0
IS
SENT MUM
OK JUDGE LEAH!
Amei
ins
lared
Hooe
hy Physiti
lessly Insan
IN
-
I B K
La Wtojor a Guakmier Precio
No hay otra levadura
en polvo que produce
mejores galletas, tortas
y pasteleria. No hay
otra lampoco, tan )uro
y saludable.
m Levadura En Polvo
III HH DTD Glass-Paint
L. vJ I I CI C. rl Cement-Plaster
Albuquerque Lumber Company
tin NORTH KIHHT RTHKKT
Buy thai Electrical fjfl 01 hougehold neiessity dur
ing Electric) Proipefily Wn-k, November 2th lo Derem
ln i 4ili. when ihe -.) k is l.ugc and (om)lrlc, and wheg vou
may get youi lull than ol the lales-peopes i tune
And in adrJitiofl to iluv Elecltkal Praggeggy Wrek i
tin- logical time to learn nunc about electricity and electrical
home lu ll is how they will help i make lilc better worth
while
A fine, large ttocjl Willi attractive pruci makes this
chaM tilings electrical for yourself, and fot Christmas-giving.
AT YOUR SERl ICE
Gas, Electric Light
i(;,li (
OF THE WORLD
The ijstv chew inn quality , hnet
grtiflht, and the thick plus will
mak Mm and STAK Itiend
fePfea. 10c Caf 16 os. Plugi
STAR u ui awcrJtJ
th y i Frit mt
th San froncict-o
1 ti 'it'fl, tinrf l
ih. only CHEWING
TOBACCO thai h.
Vr ' rir.l thii
hig n ft pofalif
uu-u r J
co In spllal OT Ihe Insane
.vie apparently is entirely
nosi of the time, has on a-
formal aehool al Kl Riln
n uadjar oh"i i ratiag sin. e
I n rttvolvi r here Tueada
hai
morning, evidently with auicldal in
ii io ii had bean proved that BlnM
delusion ihal his work is belgg ham
pered by enemies is unfounded. Ovcr-
ok CgUaed his mind to weaken.
Itngg was placed In the Insane
hospital ionltUt
lilglhle Halloo, i fur Navy.
'tamouth, N. II., Nov. 2. Woik
dirigible war balloon tor the na
lil begin at tin- navy rd here
'cemher la, It wns announced to
'lln- ah ship will lie ttl fl
ami fifty feci In oyatneter II
i osi Illii.flOn, and niiviil engi-
,i b inorsjMtuj
ol llir last few
& Power Co.
I.M'RAL AND I IF1H.

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