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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1916.
THREE Why Suffer With Backache, Kidneys or Rheumatism Now?' j letter TrlM of Lang-Unked-for Prfsrrlption. lrar TlritlcrU I can do any encxi In' the world for others ,1 wish, to do It, ami 3 fed that, it is my duty to write aboui itae wonderful results 1 received from the nisfl of Anurip." ' 1 was sufTmnR from kidney and bladder troubles, scald ins urino, backache and rheumatism, and feet and aukles swelled so that at times D could not walk without assistanod Had taken several different kinds o? kidney remedies but all failed. I sent for a boi of Dr. l'icreo's newest dlH rovery, "Amine," which 1 received bxj mail in tablet form, i soon got better and am convinced that this popular new medicine Is good. I wish to reeH ommend it to my neiphtxirs and every-' body suffering from such troubles. ' Mwj. M. J. SAiKiEvr. HOW E MS I L BRIN6UPD0INCS OP BAD BANDITS Iote: lon've all undoubtedly heard tt the famous )r. Pierce and bis well, known medicines. Well, this proserin- Stlon is one that lias been successful! ised for many years by the physicians nd specialists at Dr. i'ierce's Invalids' I ohd and fsurffical Institute, of Buffalo, S. Y for kidney complaints, and dis eases arising from disorders of the kid-4 ueys and bladder, such as backache.1 weak back, rheumatism, dropsy, coneesJ tion of the kidneys, inflammation of the Madder, scalding urine, and urinan troubles. Up to this timp, "Annric" Las not lieen on salo to the public, but by the persuasion of many patients and the Increased demand for this wonderful healing Tablet, Doctor Pierce has finally decided to put it into thodruff stores of this country within immcdiatu reach of Bll sufferers. Simply ask for Doctor Tierce's Anuria Tablets, ihero can be no Imitation. J.very package of "Antiric" is sure to be l)r. Pierce's. You will find the signature bn the packngo Just as you do on Jr, J'ierce's Favorite Prescription, the ever- famous friend to ailing women, ami )r. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery, iroven by years to bo the greutnst gen eral tonic and reconstructor for any f no, besides being the best blood-nittker Known. the flfcht between the Howes and the custom offlcinlH occurred. Flunk Howe, the father and one won were killed In this battle, beside the-custom inspec tor, Conner, for whose murder F.ob Howe has just served five years in the penitentiary of this state. Mi w iiiiams nas the revolver which was taken from Howe at the time of the killing of Conner, ami it is not un Ilkclv Inn) It will hcctitcii. an itiinnl-tutlt I piece of evidence at the next trial of the nlleged bandit. liou .Moxxe i.h Hie last of tile lloxxcs. There were three of the family at the lime .McClure was killed up In New rOI'iner Ulliet Ol bailta re be-;11"' officers at Kort Hancock the father . r, i I, rv i i n'.i l"'id brother were killed, While Justice cret Service Has Pistol Withjr vw- itam.y was severely ,. Which McClure Is Alleged HnVe will he kept in the penilel)- . (i n . i'ii j jtlnry at Santa IV unlil his trial is 10 Have Been MlieU. !'llcd on. Sheriff Meyer not desiHi.K ! to take any chances on his escape. ili.TA,x"nTljREADY market for Howe was released from the Texas penitentiary last Monday, having com pleted a five-years sentence for the murder of Custom Inspector Connors at Kort Hancock in l'.Ul, he was Kieeted by Julian Meyers, sheriff of Torrance county, .New Mexico, who u waited his exit from the I.oue Star fmstile with requisition papers duly and truly prepared. There wasn't any use for the prisoner to deny the res ulurlty of things, so he accompanied the New Mexico officer to Santa Fe imd there entered the state prison, w here, for safety's sake, ho will be de tained until he can be once again tried for the murder of a fellow being. It i not unlikely that l!en Williams. j 1 ho veteran special officer of the Santa I Fe system, and now head of the lien j Williams detective agency in this city, will be present tit the next trial of lllowe in tin' capacity of a witness. (Williams has some evidence in his pos j cession. It Is the revolver with which j.J. A. McClure was killed, and for j w hich cl ime the man Howe w ill be j tried in the Torrance county district court next spring. According to the story of Mr, "Wil liams, the Howe case started more than PINTO BEANS FOUND (e.CIAL COanttPONDKNCI TO MOHNIN JOURNAL j Santa Fe, Feb. 18. Five counties In New Mexico last year shipped H.tT j carloads of pinto beans to market, j From Clayton and Des Moines, Fnioii county, i a earn were shipped; from Springer, French and Maxwell, Col fax county, 10 ears; Cohnor, KoJ, Wagon Mound, Watrous and Shoe maker, Mora county, 5," cars; I ah Vegas 110 i-ars. Kstanela. Wlllaiil. Mouutainair, Torrance county, S'.' cars. Not only to New Orleans, tlal ! rmtmi, HtvVana, Philadelphia. )N'ew I York, Chicago, Detroit were the beans shipped but even to California which Is siiine bean Mate itselt, and abroad I to teed the soldiers in the trenches. I Tilt' State college, in a circular re ceived today, makes a plea tu retain the imnio "New .Mexico I'into lieun,'' for the "Kosillo Beans." County Agent M. K. lionzales of San Miguel county makes a telling argument fo" the name and the fame that will go with it. J if eraaw Bam Mfjt at I STERNCHl OSS i&CO. I I General Distributor I ! Albuquerque, IS. M. I ! in li five years ago, when he and his com-1 J "u "'"" oi me oean nop was omiiiins wi.ri. . ..ileavni inir lo lne.it,. th.. I H,"'b "al a regular bean fi-ver has parties who were robbing hex cars on Santa Fe railway. At Abo Pass there is ii steep grade w hich no ce salutes slow The Boy is Father to the filanj Old sayings lika this nre fraught with , 9 most important meaning-. And what i S-qffiMJJKI will aid the expectant i her health. hr I l'"'on Btrengtb, her mental I repose and the ah. ! sence of vtM oni pains Is a subject of j va?t moment Among j the r?eoiriilzt:d helps is p splendid ram e d y I known as ''Mother's I Friend." Applied to 1 the muscles it sinks in dceplj' to make them firm and pliant, it thus liglitens the j EN travel as the train climbs the hill Prior to the killing of McClure, who wits associated with .Mr. Williams tu the railroad detective work, a number :t men were known to have boarded the train at tills point, open the duors of the box cars and throw off provis ions and other merchandise of value. The men would then alight and re turn for the loot. In this last In stance, a sack of corn proved the un doing of the robbers and resulted in the death of McClure. tine of the sticks had a hole in it and grain 'was dropped along the rout" of retreat taken by the highwaymen. Mr. Wil liams detailed two men on the case, J. A. McClure and J. 11. Oalusha. The nieen took different trails McClure I discovered the corn near the track and 1 following it, soon arrived at the house of the robbers. As he approached the place, tht inmates seemed not inclined to take chances possibly they knew .McClure and he was shot five times. His body was thrown into an aban doned Well. i I'.aiidils Cross lioi'der, (lalnsha afterwards looked for his (partner for several days. Williams, jwbo was suffering from an injured 'loot In 101 Paso at the time, directed I the search for McClure and for his j murderers. The men on the job fol lowed the corn trail again, discovered truces of blood at a point near uie house, and upon making a complete search, found 4he body of their cotn- the abandoned well, The men who mot conmuueu me crime had departed seized even the officials at the state capital. Peter A. M. I.h nan, of the stato insurance department, has started ti Jackpot into which each of ficial is placing $1U0 to be sin tit in planting lieana in Torrance county, the proceedB to be divided in propor tion to the investment. Hays Mr. Uonrales: "We had never realized the Importance of the New Mexico Pinto bean, and of course, lit tle, has been done for the Improve ment of the variety itself. Tills j bean is not only a. success on the i market, but also in all the dry farin ; ilig districts wherever it is Introduced; ' it in flrmifli ri.ttiuliiiO mid n lit:n-v yielder. It .should be planted as ear 1' na possible so as to escape the bean ItDf n hir-h niiikt'M itu ii ime.-irn nr.. bite j ill summer. ljust year with the co i operation of the. county agent, a few farmers in San Miguel county ham! I picked the largest, most sound and I true to type beans. These were grown according to instructions ot I I the Agricultural college and us a re- j suit wo have developed a more unl I form type of these New Mexico Pinto 'beans. It would be well for alii ; farmers interested in raising beans '. to hand-pick, sufficient beans each I year to plant at least one acre of j i land; this would be only fifteen' pounds and would furnish amuse- : mi'iit for an evening to have ; picking contest." NEWS NOTES from Hi? DA tsy T)EJV MO VIEL AND I Mare M.icl lernmi t . Hi,. g,.ni,:i i;di son star, Was In I n ,n .1 tils IN, under the broad smile of I , hence, nr. cording lo nstrolog.q-s. lie should lie of a eon ram oils trio pet a iiieui and of Jov ial. s in pat hetie, and friendly dlsposita n. Not lie afraid of anybody --wmif! P.e able to make anybody believe anything lie mUlii choose in tell "em. Have u londenry ,o ily off the ban die under suffleleiit provoralii n and make thing unpleasantly idle -ivstirg for those hround Irm. lie generwus w Io n prosperous. Have great respeet for the bpv. Always have honorable intention , but be frequently misunderstood. ' 1 Have a healthy physique and b.-1 capable of enduring inne'i hardship. Walk with ti quirk, buoyant step-, like Uils: Tra la thump, thump, thump tra hi la: SKI. Hi IXKPII ANT (.1(1 s i TU HI D I. IKK III MAX. J Anna May, the two-vear-idd babv elephant at the Sellg J nncle-oo, ; giv s promise of becoming one of the cleverest performing elephants in tie-; country. W ithin a lew days, mid q her trainer's pate nt instructions .'ie I has been taught a new and novel in t. . Kntircly alone Anna May enters the scene tpresuniablv her bedroom).! 4 - 'X, 3 v m 4 km V W Id DOMESTIC TROUBLES The Servant ProWemho CAUSE CLOVIS MAN TO j ever heard of it in the home TAKE HIS OWN LIFE' where the housewife knows bhredded Wheat? In five minutes you can prepare a wholesome, satisfying rneal with Shredded Wheat Biscuit without kitchen worry or work. For breakfast heat the Biscuit in the oven to restore crispness and serve with hot milk. For lunch serve with sliced bananas or other fruits. Made at Niagara Falls, N. Y. .f!fICIAL nmCATCM TO MOItN I NO JUUMNAL) Cloxis. N, M F. b, Hi-. . A. slkaka, years old, committed suicide ben Pit., tills afternoon In- -dionting him- self through the middle ,,f the fore head xvltlt a tabber revolver, lb'' bad I e, employrd by the Santa Fe j Kullri 'inl company at this point for several years as a i ar repairer and xve s xveli liked by all who knexv him.' Domestic tumble are assigned as j the cause of tin. MUlcidr. The (e cas ed is survhed by a w ii'r and a Step- daughter. NEW ROLLING STOCK , FOR MISSOURI PACIFIC, iV UONNINft JOUMNAk tlf IAL IIAICQ HlKIl I Sun Francisco, Feb, Hi. New j t equipment, mostly rolling stin k, to oi -I b. txveeli 12.01)1), OtH) and $:uioO,- j ('U has been ordered by the Southern Pacific oomjiany, according to an- ; iieiilieeineiii modi, here tonight by , company officials. . Tile III W cqilll'llleul is for use oil : the company's Pacilic system and xvill inchido l ,'," Hat cars, una gondolas, I iw eiity-five flat car bodus. and ndt ' quale facilities 1'iq' the movement of' ; Calilot tilu and I'acifie coast products. kneels beside lo r bi d. blows o candle, then lying in the be carefully covers herself Willi a yawns and goes to sleep. the sh- .Marc Mat !n molt xx ho ha St IV I. II. MAN'S DIMI'I I S WtH l.DN T in: M l . Lillian Walker, Cie "dimpled has received an offer from one of the big knitting mills to keep her supplied with stockings for the rest of her life if she will comply with their request. In a film recently MPs Walker's limbs xvere shown n a pair ol green stockings and the company xho made the proposition to the photoplayer wants her lo ar range for another such picture t. Wear their hosicrv and show their trade mark. If Lillian agree: j xvill be (die picture xvhore liet pies xvlll not figure. An FdiMin stur "Un Willi the peal's, lb i'is-1'ul in heaxx roles. inn siimii b WHAT CAUSES COLDS? 5 Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames to h.ix . lo r he;; i .f sil c to I llal III e possi bl ller lb a M.iH 1 I. when s Miss IV, peiirav a and it is Ii that Mr, instrument ir efllmbles t rson'.s great! character i I xx 1 1 : 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Mi'. !" xi ill p.. n q dc Ibis 'omuls .arm , tills dim- Harold I.oekxxood, whoso priil.- and joy was his holm- ami garden hi. Santa llarbara, Calif., has desi-rti-il them for the tempting ot'icr iindc by j Metro. He is noxx Hhivenug in Ni-xv i York and wondering why hi- left hiS morning dip in the old l'acii'ii . ; Pin lug I lodax eoinpi the C barge go of New four i and I' ( I I XX III I I 'dclphia. Pa , I asb-i n ai rived .it and reported h, lied during- a lie al'dina cuast, to 1 1; ii i-. No) Toll I it b ax x si abnid Tllr ll b I 111 II In Vol. nen un ice K. in be r I n The had b.e Shaxx. with a ap .iack-mnville clew of three a washed oviIh This (tii siion is askrd cvriy day. A edit is really a fcvri, not nhxay raiiscil by the weailtcr hut nflrn due to disordoti tl Mood or l.n k of important liiixln-lt iniiiis. In (hanging seasons fat foods are csstqiiial because they ! distribute heat by rnrirhing the blood nnd so irmlrr the system better able to withstand tlur varyingelemcnts. This is the important reason why Scott's Kmtilsion .sliutild 1wjx be takrn for colds, ami it does more--builds strength to piex-rnt sickness, Scott's I'tniilsioii contains Njtint' hit si t t-noili -building lats, so skillfully Mended libit t lit blood profit from cvciy diop. ll is fiet from harmful dines or alcolinl. Sold at drug store alw.tys pet the ".(qiuitie. M.-i.q & llnwiie, SlmmifirlJ, N.J. lJ-: Fourth Su and Cupper At. LUMBER l'alntu, OIIh, Glass, MalUiotd llx.f Init and Ifulldlnit Taix-r. J. C. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY WANTFD Clean nal cilice. cotKr rata at tht J-m. j..iii m.. VirKinia Pearson, who has join' the William Fox forces lo appear i (ho tensest of dramatic c'laiaclei describes a vampire as the ib ad un dead, a xvoman xxho lives i u Hi blood of youthful xietim.s ami xor. only escape, from terrible torture i ASK 1011 and GET HORLSCK'S THE ORIGINAL HALTED MILK t'MSp na'asUtufcs cost YQr irica. YOUR ATTENTION, ONE MINUTE, PLEASE' K l'.I.lMINATK I XMX IlSSAItY DISTI.AY AND KXITCXSE.. Wi: l'Y NO I IK XT. Wi; 1311'I.OY NO SAI.KSMEY, I'laiios hlilppeil direct fismi fnonory to purcliaskT. Appointment made by telephone, tcbnradi ()r letter. GEORGE P. LEARNARD PIANO COMPANY Teh phone 100. I". O. Ho 70. 211 Konth Waller Street. bean j lifts llin lijrnments that produce rutin. It burden on I lie nervous sx'stem, induces calm. rest i ui night of lieidth-friviiif sleep ami i iimkes the days sunny and happy. Get a lttle of "Mother's Friend'' of any dnijrsist and ynu will then rcnlize why it luw been ; rnnsldered true to It name in our host home Ihroinrli three generations. It is perfectly ' hamili'n but so i-ffertive tli.it once used it i is recoinmcndcd to all expectant mothers by 1 those who went throtth the ordeal with I urprlsins ease. By writ Inn to Dradfleld 1 llcpulator Co., 412 tamar Bid?., Atlant.t, Ga, j yon can have a free copy of a wonderful dork book that unfolds those tliinrs which , m" rtrs atlialit iw read, writ FEEL YOUNG It's Dr. Edwards' Olive Tablets j For You ! i IIhs I'sed ( hanilH'i laiii's Cough Kemedy for 20 Years. "Chamberlain'H 'our1) Itemedy hnsl been used in my household for the past twenty years. I heKan Bivim; it j 1 to my children when they were amall. j A .search was at once instituted lor I Ah a. quick relief fur croup, whooping I the parties suspec ted, particularly in couch, and ordinury f olds, It has no the neighborhood of the border, as it! equal. HcIdr free from opium and j was nauirnlly supposed the men would j other harmful drtiKs, I never felt j make an effort to cross into Mexico, j afraid to Rive it to the children. I, The deduction proved to be correct, have recommended It to a larRO mini- The fugitives, after riding overland j tor of friends and neighbor., who j something like two hundred miles, en-( have used it and speak hiRhly of It," deavored to f;et across the interna-! writes Mrs. Mary Jlinke, Kliortsville, tional border at Fort Hancock, where N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. S I Antoinette Donnelly's Talks to Women on Beauty Topics Bcxvare of the habit of emifilipati.in. It i developf: from .just a few coiihI Itiated days, i utile!,.-, yen take yourself hi band. I t'O.ix I ho .laded boxvi I muscles bai k tn ' normal action with I r. Kdivai-ils' olive Tablets, Hie rtibstitnte for calomel. 1'en'l. force I'leni to unnatural acUon I x:ilii M-veio medicines or by merely I llushlm; out lite Intestines xxith nasty, KickeniiiiT callwrties-. j I r. l'Mxvaids b -lieves lii Kcntlenens, persistency and Nalme's assislance. ' I'r. i;dxvanln' Jlixi; Tablets open the! I'oxxels: (heir action is ui-nllc, yel posl- . live. There Is nexir any pain or (jriplnt; v.heii lr. Kdxvurd.s' Olive Tablets are used. Just Hie kind if treatment old j person" should have. lr. Kilwftrds Olive Tablet ore a vet;- rtrtble eoiiipounil mised xxith olive oil, i ynu will know them by t lei r nllve color. . Take one or two orcaslonally and have no i trouble with your liver, bowels or stomach, l'le and rr- pir box. All driiunlsts. The Olive Tablet Company, Columbus, O. j owciouMy suiten Into lb vxay of shout- r h tutic'p- tkin nutri ng wh,n you are .peaking, ,-t out of it! '' ,."fc Alkali in Soap Bad for the Hair Soap should b.'' used very carefully, j if you want to keep your hair lonkintr! its best. Most soaps and prepared: shampoos cnuti in too much aiK.ili. This dries the scalp, niul.es the hairi brittle, and ruins it. ! The best thiiiK for steady use is hist ordinary mnlsified cocnamit oil j xvlii-h is pure and iTeaseb ss i . and! is better than the most expensive soap or .tnythim,' -!se yon can use. j Otu- or two teaspoonf tils xvlll cleanse, the hair and scalp tiiorouRlilx. Sim-1 ply moisten the hair xxith water and j ruli tt in. It mukf.s an abundance of rich, creamy lather, which rinses out j easily, removinB every particle of dust. . dirt, dandruff ami excessive oil. The hair driey quickly and evenly, and it ' h aves the sealn soft, ami the hair fine and silky, bright, lustrous, fluffy and easy to manage. You can Bet mulsified cocoanut oil : at any pharmacy, it's very cheap. and a few ounces wil' supply every mem ber of the family for months. ' The Voice That Charms. F eirls realized bow a hi rah voice jara the nerxf-n of the listener arid stvps to destroy the ehirm of thu elvreat kind of conversation well, tlir.luit wouldn't b any hanh w.(ea, that' all. Girls nowaday real!: that In th sum total of power of ehmsi) every pingrlrx tm eountii, nd no ona i df-llborately toinj to destroy auch a perfertly food asset as a good voice. A pleasant, well nioduliled a nice i ah way a groat attraction. If you have un- c Ing when you 13 kooii s you can and try rultlvatlne a. Reft, plcaslns voice. It xxill naiki. t.p for a lot of other drferta. You will find that the frirl xxho inalwayn nnilotta to air her views and monopollM' the talkitiff In tlie Ki'l who f peaks In harsh, ftgarremlve torie. The cuHured. well bred girl rnalize the ad van la we of Boftly modulated tones, and even though her voice may not be a aweet one, It in pleaaing- to listen to her, for tie-to will be otnethlnpr soothlnif in h'r tones. In a soft, foothiiie: voice thete is charm as great as in liquid eyes or peach pink skin. Kikewlse.'a voice that la atrldimt, hard, nd loud is as repelling1 as blotelietl kJn or bleary eye. A nervows Rit-gllng; accompanying the tonvemtlon is the sin of the younger girl. 0caionally an older woman who nam's to appear kittenish is puillyof this KTense. It ia dist tossine and la becimiiiig lo no one. Endless, eeaseKsj i-hatter It somcthinc else to be avoided, lfow few women are pod listf-nors! They will set alonifquite nicely as Innr ns it Is their turn to do the.' talking;, but when same one else lias a. lay a. look ot boredom ia sighted on their features'. A food talker Is before everything else a. (rood listener. The woman who ba. mastered the art of conversation doesn't monopolize the talking; quite the con t rary. She leads It to a subject xx hlch she know wilt interest her listener and then gives the tseuer a chance to express her aeif xxhlle he liwens attentively. All of which goes Into the makoig of a chat iniii woman. Antoinette Donnelly's Amwers. HERTRCDE: Avoid putting ynur handa In hot wafer and water In which a strong soap or powder ha bean placed. Hot toapy water will tnaka the handa red. Frequetitly bad circulation will maka tha tiandi red and ucallraetjve. A tuwlswa ouu4;ua If of.tt Uixlicll ii excesslxe perspiration of the paiirs. Knr (either of these troubles the only auto treatment is an internal one. Build up your i-yst.em, get lota of fresh air and exercise, and eat simple, nourishing fond Rubhlng the hands xvllh glycerin xxlll often counteract redness t shall be glaij to send you my instructions for the ra- of the. hands and rails if you xxill s r.d nir a stamped, addressed envelope. RACHEL: The xxhlte spots on the tiailj are caused by raising; the cuticle from the nail when manicuring. The air get back the cuticle xxith the blunt end of an otangewood stick. KI.onnVCK: Water in my form is tint harmful to any one. The interna! nee of water is essential to life. It Improves the quality of the blood, tt increases the ac tivity of the kidneys and removes lh waste products. It thoroughly cleanses tho stomach. The smallest quantity of water to be consumed each day should not be less than three pints. - KMILV: Cold hands are an inillf atior, of poor circulation. This Is an excellent xnrclse for toning up the circulation all over the body: Make convenient lunjre forward, say xxith the left leg, stretch th arms out sideways, and awing them round so that the hands, palms tippet, most, describe small circles. The circles should be described fiom front to hack, that is to say, the hands should- move upward to make the front half of the circle and downward to make the hack half. The -ho nda move almost from the waist line to half a bend above the shoul ders In describing these small elnp The final circles should be large in ordei to render the shoulder joitita supple. .Vow shift the position of the legs, lunging for ward with the right, and swing arms round the reverse way, so that the hands describe the front half circles downward and the back half circle upward. The palms must now be tinned downward. Tha etionger you get tha faster the cir cling may he done. After some piaetlce you should perform sixteen circlii Urn one way and sixteen the oilier. - - ANXIOt'S: Kerosene can he applied ti the scalp tha tame aa a hair tonic. I think it would In much better to use a good hair tonic, at the odor of kerusein is u. st orfsnaive. Tunic can be applied to the ii-a'p by means of a mtulcini dropper. I have an excelleid formuia fot hair tonic which I shall b glad to ma I to yru If you wHIl nd nie a stamped, ad ilUi Jiviiota. IS Hil u Ask almost any man what he had for breakfast, and he'll say, "Oh, the usual thing toast, coffee and breakfast food" But give him KRUMBLES then see what he says! KRUMBLES is the first Wheat breakfast food with a natural, satisfying flavor. Serve it with cream or milk. If the folks ask for sugar, tell them to taste KRUMBLES first Today is the time to see your grocer about KRUMBLES. Look for this Signature 1 A cents, in lJ v tho Kcllotjff WAXTITE package, which keeps tho fresh, good flavor in and all other flavors out.