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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, TUESDAY, MARCH 28, 1916.
THREE DENTIST MAY I physician Cats, ami was experimenting HAVE USED GERMS III DEATH PLANS on j-itk Uo( March 12 uml his jwife six weeks earlier, both ul Waite'.s home here. I'urcliusod Arsenic. Three Uuy before Peek died, Waite pliichasocl arsenic, ho told the dis- jtriet attorney. Autopsies on the body ui i-pck disclosed substantially thei 'same ouamity of arsenic that Waite purchased on March 9. ; analysis of l'eck g vital organs will jbe made, Mr. Swatin satd, to hum If they show the presence of Kerms rj similar to those purchased by Waite. nuccu OICIJCI Ul Mls. Margaret llorton. the ,, rather -in -law, Purchased! , 8l'ar"i a ""i1"" t n ,, r T t ' I r. i ht','e U,1;ly Ravo f"-'"cr i- Oultiires ot lypnoid, DiDn-ifon,uuion regarding the demists m. IIIUIU ttllU UUICI UlbUilbUb! Identified by TRAGEDY OF 1R VIVIDLY SHOWK Dr. Waite, Alleged Slayer of! Ill E PIGTUR E NEWS NOTES from M. TA1SV DEAA MOVIELAND was been with Waito on several occasions when Weber as having BT MOMNINS JOURNAL IHCIU LUMD WIM New York, March 27. Virulent dis- he purchased germs and she recog nized Weber as the elerk who fold A new use for ilie necklin o has Just been discovered l.y I-:thcl I lliuan, the jjunoof lle Trianuie tinnaincnt vf Istars. This Chleauo beauty l the 'originator of tlv vn.mie fust becoming v V ar' l"l,ular of franmuv the face in the or- . .. , . , . . . nameiit usually worn hi nut tne nccu. PflllraVPfl.Wl Ul Fnith ll Af- The effect as shown resembles unlit- curacv in Griffith's M a stor-i I Great Battles of Civil much as Hie most exquisite of I piece, In jtbcm to Waite. Waite told her. she Lt ..rei, i,,,.,,, .. v...i.. h,..i, i- ease germs were purchased by Dr. Ar-, Informed Mr Swam,, that be was ! .,;,,,,,, for rowni;,Uon llt ,,. rryH. thur Warren Waito. under arrest 1,erej"""h Interested in bacteriological re- M , , Ap. on the charge, of poisoning his ,. search work and had put the germs, w 0l.,m, ,h , ,vll,.kl'M 111Mstl.1-. iionaire father-in-law. John K. Peck, , und,r a microscope so she cmld ,:t 'h!!s painted ViVvi-nU'--Uraml RnpilM, Mich., according t.i evi-ill'tni wiggle. W111. in (lu, hvM t lllo.s it a,,, donee District Attorney Edward! May r.vjimino Ashes, 'serves. Swnnn said today he had obtained. ' The authorities are trying to decide! H Is thrillfiiK and awe-iuspirinur 1 u-liulli.,.- 4.. li.o..Dli. L... .1 .... . l.l-llt l t i..n u-lt-iv,.. .ll it ..it..1- ..iivvm.i iw iu vLirt'i ie tilt1 lieam Ol 1 y ' im ...i .v- v . ... .- JIM, l'eck, w hose Illness was wi m r I ties; we behold not only the traseily i to that of her husband. Mrs. Peck's body was crematvd. hnl or daughter William Weber, an attendant at the Cornell medical dchool laboratory, Mr. Swann asserted, told him that between December 17 nnd March 8, Waite ob tained from hi ni cultures of typhoid, diphtheria and other disease perms. The young dentist declared lie was a '"i JOY TO SORE, TIDED FEET Use "Tiz" for Aching, Burn ing Puffed-up Feet and Corns or Callouses, on tne field ot imttle. where fall in-1 dead and dying, but In the home it-tw.u if-.! II... ..LtL.a i..i-..n .....1 liltl. ..... .u,i ne uia.N oiuer a i lleni- hroiher and sister I Mirs i lima n, though k i ill in her I teens, I.j consldci ed one of the ablest j portiayers of einniion as m-cii on the I screen. The story of her rise In the i movl" world reads like a novel. Short- llv after leavltiK bluii school .-lie visited; her brother, who is lor'ticcteil wilhj the TltaiiMle eompany in California.! .lust for the fun of l be induced her I to be a member of a mob in one ofj the scenes of a play.- When the film j was thrown on ihc scrren her figure! was the boldest in the mow. ler de lineation of the .small part she was playltiR was so perfect that her en casement for permanent parts was im mediately urranned, ical analysis of the ashes In an to find trai es of poison. effort I for the message that loo ofd MM; AS Ot NT in: l'KOl'ONKS TO AtTIM'.SS M'ys Naomi Child, rs, of the Vila cranh enmpany. has turned down a CHILD IS KILLED BY BITE OF RATTLESNAKE! tlPtCIAL CORHEI PON DCNCK TO MottNINO JOURNAL) Clovls, N. M., March 27. The skeptical. Heal, an ai'tress on thej 111 v m ANNIVERSARY OF DEATH OF SHAKESPEARE TO BE OBSERVED BY STUDENTS IIHCIHl 00tfNDNCl to onin jouknau j Utate CoIIckc, X. M March 27. I'he three hunilredth anniversary ot the ilea i h of William Hhakespeuri' will be celebrated a ppropriatidy at the New Mexico State collcsc this year. A Shakespearean play, "As You Like It," I will be Riven on April 22, the evening; j preceilinu the three hunilredth auni- j versa ry of the uuthol's death. 8 the! i annual stuilent l,ody production. The ooaohliiK and pres. ntat Ion of the playj will be under the direction of l'r. S. It. I Xeff, head of the depiirimeut. of Klin- Hull, The east has already been I chosen, and the members ni'e now at j work on meiooriiui; tin parts. j . Sin rial costumes will be secured from :i Kansas City house, and with j hea l; the scenery liclotiKintf to the cnlleKC i 1. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 , i, 1 1 1 in tlui iiotiioor Kieiies of lhnin'r!,i play call be produced without uny 1 00II1II1E III THIS W CODE Tape's Cold Compound" Ends Colds and Grippe in , a Few Hours, i onvs tellinar that the dear one has (lied fci the fla the stars ami stripes, or the count! To be tine, It wasn't an hon banner .if bine with the shmle star. ! est-to-.iroodncss count, but. nevertbe (Ill Roes th story. It pictures the; !..!., Miss Chilib rs was offered the departiiiK of the boy from home May, , heart and hand of a Kentletiian who lik'ht-henrteil, happy. It shows him claimed to be one. His letter arrived rlyliiK under the fire of the enemy in;;ttnonK dozens of others, and It the miles of flame-streaked trenches, ' hreathed love, ea.-aiis and crowns. lHii-l"v,,r which bnrstiiiK shells carry; Miss ChllderH was von- rttil ,o, ,,,.1,1,... ,.r I' w tt-rlvh. ,'ieain III .IIP nine joice so nn m.i o 1 1 ; count S 110 1101 : U l l-IIl, I 11 l HI" 111!! Hi lill I II " I! i i,, . I " . i . . , Melrose a , h , k . h ,i n , ' i It is all then the despeinte de-,lare from Ijnniin? homes. The blue! fense. the determined assault, the of the flas' of the south flutters here, ! tier, ,. cbai , Die disastrous retr.-at i while there tne reu. wnue auii unn'i the field covered with the dead, as'of the nation's emblems shows men in irrav anil blue fall bv X'ores ; 1 lll'oiu; h the smoke ill the red tinge of and hundreds. ibatile flame. screen and fall so violently in love liuyliKht fades, ami slill (lie I'lubt I These arc hut a f, w of the myrtal- ,lt ,,,,y j,M feierNIi notes rmht !ies on. The scene Is illuminated hyiof i'lickei'inf s of our national travail j ,,, nlll) ,).,.,., Ho ,hkm ChlldV'rs btivstintr shells. The hhr.e from thein its new birth (li.it are shown in tills hnm.-.l up the name of her roval ad- ilifflculty. The Columbian T. Horary society will r. nienil er the tinnlversiiry of his death with a Shakespearean pro era tit to be !;tveu oil the week preced ing the presentation of "As You Like It." Take 'Tupe'n Cbld Compohnrt" ev ery tiyo hours until you hnye taken threw doseti, then all Krlppe nilst-ry Koes anil your enb will be broken. It promptly opens your ciogKed-up nos trils and tho nlv passages of thn stops nasty dlschar.ee or nos runnlnc; relieveg tho henimcne, auu- feverlshness, iiore tnroat, gnecz- Ihk. soreuess nnn stiffness. I lon't stay stuffed-up! Quit blowlliB and .nuffllnn. Khb your throbbini? , head nothing elso in the world lve rismh prompt relief n "Piipe !old Compound, which, costs oniy s Mnin at any tlrusr store. It acts without assistance, tnsteg nice, and causes mi inconvenience. Accept no Rubstltute. "Sure! I uie TIZ ertry time for any foot trouble." Good-bye, sore feet, burning feet, j swollen feet, tender feet, tired feet, j Good-bye, corns, callouses, bunions j and raw spots. No more shoe tiKht-j ness, no more limping with pain or i drawing up your face in Otfony. "Ti" is magical, acts riRht off. '"Viz" drawo out all the poisonous exudations which puff up the feet. Use "Tiz" and wear smaller shoes. Use "Tiz" and for Kft your foot misery. Ah! how com fwrtahle your feet feel. Get a 25-ccnt box of "Tiz" now at any drusrsist or department store, li'on't suffer. Have good fl''t, Kind feet, feet that never swell, never hurt, never get tired. A year's foot com fort guaranteed or money refunded. Uosa, living southeast of few miles, was the first victim H" the bite of a rattlesnake this year. Wiiile boIiik across a field near her home she was bitten by a bin rattler, :ind although she was rushed to town and medical assistance was obtained, she died the next afternoon. Clovis is to hae an iilrdoine this Hummer. Itnrdwick Lrotliers, pro prietors of the Lyceum, are the pi'11-' I motels. Work is already under way I -i the structure, and as soon as thoi ! hot weather conies on the Lyceum ! (will be abandonee! and the movies j i will be transferred to the airdonie. j W. K. Caroon, superinb ndt-nt of I the Clovis schools, will sever his con-j j neetion therewith at, the close, of th" i present school term. Mr. Caroon I eatue here from Uoswell about three I years uko to accept this position.; j Friction between the board of educu-j i tion and main of the patrons on one j 'side, and the superintendent on the other, is said to be the cause ot tne; change. Mr. Carooti's successor will: be chosen at an early date ' Tom lleauan of this city baa writ- j ten Adjutant General Heriint? offer-; inu his services in netting up a com-1 panv of cavalrymen here in the event j that volunteers are needed during tile j Mexican trouble. Mr. Keaan is aj former cowboy, has had several years' service in the regular army and went j llirooi,'! tlie Cuban campaign. i Shi 'cklaii' ' picture. I'.tlii'l 1 lliuan. sliit'l.',! the fail of wcaiini in the manner shown In : n the mouths of tho his guns and the red sublime, jl'iiliil, impressive spectacle )n vou know the merchants of Al bnfiieniue'.' Tlvn make your knowl edge worth while by turning in a list of answers to Who's Who in Albu-ijueniue. am 5k - S 1 J V I1 . i- v v 1 it A it. , mill i- hi the Almanach tie tiolhu and found the noble count anions the miss. ' iliK- That ibcided the question. Miss ! Child, rs wrote a polite little note jtbankinir (lie count for his proposal, but eoiit'e.ssini; that lots of Work made ; i( imp ; mMo to consider it. Who's Who tu Alhii(itier.iu".' NEWEST REriEDY FOB Backache, Rheumatism and Dropsy. Kidney, BlaJdcr anil Uric Acid trouble Winn misery to many. When the kidney lire weak or diseased, these natural llltcm ilo not, cleanse, tho blood Hiitlleiently. and thn poisons tire earned to all purlM of the 'body. Thero follow depression, aches 'uml pains, heaviness, drowsiness. Irrita blllty, headaches, cliillbiesH and rlieu tiuitUin. In some neopiii tliere are sharp pain in the back and loins, distressing bladder disorders and sometimes olwllu nto dropsy. Tho urle acid sonietlniee forms Into Kriivel or kidney stones. When the uric, acid affeett tho muscles ami joints, It causes lumbago, rheumatism,, pout or sciatica. Tills U tho time to try A iGUSS OF SALTS CLEANS KIDNEYS A auric If your Back hurts or Bladder bothers you, drink lots of water, When your kldneya hurt and y6ur back feels sore, don't (?ct scared and proceed to load your stomach with a lot of drtia-s that excite the kidney Nat j bread j declare ! makes. Goodwin, now catninir his vith the Mirror Klliti eompany. that he earns lery "cut In lie says: "11 Is a new experl- ini.l irritate tho entire urinary tract. Ihirlnir diuestlott uric acid Is absorbed iKeen your kidneys clean like you Keep Into tltn system from meat eaten, and (your bowcla clean, by flushlnpt them even from' soma Vivetnhles. The poor I with a nilUI, harmless salts which t e lildiieys Ret tl.'isl ami hacliarlm Im'kIus. :mVeH tho body's urinous waste and This is a ttood time to take " A luirlt:, ltlmnlates them to their normal ae thn new discovery of Dr. I'icrcn for Kid- jllvltv Tno function of the kidneys liey trouble ami lSackaelie Neirieete.1 jj t ; 'm ,ha ,)lo0() ,n 24 m)Ur9 they kidney trouble U responsible for many; , , f ,t B00 Kraln(, ot nclrt a,id deaths, and Insurance ( ompany examl.H .0 ran readilv understand ithe vital Importance of keeping the khlneyH active, lirlnk lots of water you can't ! en, " for me slandiu;? like a scarecrow on the 1 orner of the street, !-uiroiiinl-1 jeii I v all sorts of people, who look out you as people contemplate sideshows f a' a circus. Leliove me, when 1 tf''t j j hack to my hotel sifter a dav of out- j i doer scenes, I tell no self. ' man,) .yoi, earn voir money: you certainly ! earn your lil"tie .' " The IJn I tie of Pi lei'sbtiri. One id (He Grc lion." it Sri'ttes In "Hie L.rlli ol a a- Yivian Martin volunleers the Infor mation that a leaspoonful of baking powder in mushed potatoes makes t lie 171 nice anil I'Kbl. Win n not niasli iliiX po'aloes she acts ill the movies, appearing last in "Merely Mary Ann." When Carter Iv Haven completes the play on which he is at present ill work he will lii-til 11 at once upon the film version of "Mi' Comes l') Smil int;." under the direction of I'liiversal PIrcrtor tls Turner. Imr doctors always the water of an iupliv'ant heforo n policy wilt In. IssiuhIj Have you ever set, uslde a bottle of water for twenty-four hoim'.' a heavy wdl mcnt or settliicf sometimes indicates Uld ln'V trouble. The true luiliire 11 ml clntr Beii'r of diseases, especially those of thn kidneys nnd urinary orrvins, can often bn determined by a careful chemical an alysis and microscopical eta initiation this bt done bv expert chemists of ths Medical StalT -if tho Invalids' Hotel. It yon wish to know your condition send a leunpln of Your water to Dodor Hcrce'S invalids' Hotel, ItulTwlo, N. Y., and do-Ui-ri l,o your symptoins. It will tsi ex ninini'd without anv expense to you, and poctor l'lnrco or his Stutf of Asshitluff Thysiulana will Inform you truthfully. know Titvsia.rl Rend all about yourself, your system, rhyslo.'oify, anatomy, liyKien. simplo lioino cures, etc., In the '"!'T.,non Sense Medical Adviser." 11 'uod of lW PftKes. Send to Dr. V. M. beivc, linffalo. N. V., tlirei) dlinns or tnlrty cents In one-cent rtiimps for 11 clotlt-bouiid copy drink too much: also get from any tiharniacist about four ounces of Jnd i Salts; tuke A tublespoonful In ja glass of water before break jfust each morning for a few days iBitd your kidneys will act fine. This famous salts Is made from the acid of crapes und lemon Juice, combined Iwllh lltliiii, and has been used for pen. ienitlons to clean and stimulate elos- Kod kidneys; also to neutralize the acids In urine so It no lonsrer In 11 source of irritation, thus ending blad der weakness. Jad Salts Is Inexpensive; cannot In jure; makes a delightful effervescent lithla-wnter drink which everyone should take now and then to keep tholr kidneys clean and active. Try this, also keep up the wnter drinking, and no doubt you will wonder what I been me of your kidney trouble and j backache. CIYSM Us Si 'fv ' '''!! j mm m .'u mm It rnm 1 ' w StartiogpyiMflay Elliott & Sherman Present D. W. Griffith's U Orders From Outside townsccpmpan ied by check or money order and self-addressed stamped en-; velope will be filled in order of their receipt. Every Afternoon at 2:15 A a 1 1 h) 50c, 75c and $1.00 lily Important "The Birth of a Nation" will never be presented at any but the leading theatres and at prices charged for the best attractions. ik , Mi'. L. Positively No Reservations Will Be Made for Anybody Except for Cash Seats on Sale Thurs day, March 30, at . Watson's verv mmm ai o:ia 50c, 75c, $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 A Symphony Orchestra of Thirty Pieces it osm Utr Calcaco,,, :