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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 19 16.
TWO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o o o 000 OOOOO 000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 o Genuine Going Out of Business EVERYTHING IN MY MILLINERY STORE MUST SOLD REGARDLESS OF COST BE Tliis is a genuine ot ft r t, vicinity to secure Opting an latest and tii'ist at ! r r ! -t !t he lanir--Snunner M MbllqUcl'ij'. linicn Hi' ih and TV !l"-0 FRIDAY, MARCH 31. AT 2 O'CLOCK sale. argams J I etc inilhucn w I HM' opp' iff placed : ili t i"t i n i Mrs. S. J. Bonsall 114 South I'miiiiIi Street. o o o 0 o o o o o o o o o o o O I o o o o o o o o g u o o o o o o o o o o o o o o I SI O i o O i i ol o O i o o 0 GERMANY IKES INDISCRIMINATE ill AGAINST ALL ENEMY COHERE ;e Washington Believes Secret Order Has Gone to Subma linc Commanders to Show No Consideration, AMERICANS II in PLEASED WITH RESTH GI1S Initod States Soldiers Should Be Permitted to Guard Sup plies Shipped Over Mexican Roads, Funstnn Believes, SUSSEX INCIDENT MAY CAUSE OPEN BREAK United States Not to' Accept Apology, if Proof Js Con clusive That Channel Steam oi Was Torpedoed, it,- MOMNIhO JOURNAL tfl' Sn n . nl iMiiii, Tc , 'iinil'iil I'un.sluii I , , fit lul mitii'iriitinn laic Myrrh fi.--vt received f -today Hint lit' 00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 000 ,l I ,1 AZTEC FUEL CO. TRY DIAMOND GALLUP COAL. BEST MILD WEATHER COAL ON THE MARKET. I V MOANINO JOURNAL .R.CfAI. L.A.tO W.RC V 1 1 k 1 1 i , v: I 1 1 1 . Mm, i 'i'lif n it wh I n, I ii.' i,!'' to ,t rum wen i t nil nl,, I nil ol en , 1 1 1 1 j s I t 1 1 1. it i- it, en ,,i,nit I., fainill.it I In in, eh" with it. Indurating lliul i ii'i many mis i-iiHiiH T,, miii I nw it "ill In- . ;i 1 1 . 1 u f"i ; ii 1 1 , l , (i ciimpiilgu ,,f submarine war- t h ' Ii.iiih an, I will In- l.i'i" ' wliii ii mix a" rcttitril lor m- (Mis at llhrrlv to ship supplies tliroiiKh Juarez In CasoM ; m n-les. I, at order lulirndv issued to the i oiiiinli.'nry de i liiirl lii'Oit were sut h Hint no (! trt. was expected. It was Haul that with in a f,w hours IIih .-ions v. null ilu' 1 1 1 : t-1 minster's depart nn r, i hail ,v 11 accumulating at I'll J'a-u. could hr 1,1111(1 to points ailing lh,' i,rl tiwi'Ht-i-rii oin e the offi'i.il samlioii wan given. Motor Trucks lni((li'iiinl'. Tin, i.ohHIoii lakon hy tin- advance J fori ', h of Oi-nr-rnl ivi-shing made some new nulling of :n i M 1 i -m ween Ixary alii OarroiiZH's pi 11 , , is.ni , ,11 to use the rnilroiiil for the t i.itisportut ion of ii ; 1 1 was welriinu'd, an a relief -1 fVt-ti although hearing the huudlciip of tho i', ant Minns "ship an , oiiiiiiri'rlal I freight." II haa In en realized for -i several days that kmi,' tiirtho,! 1 1 1 1 r itinii I hat of moving Httunlies In URGES BUILDING OE EIGHT GREAT 0. S. IRS HIPS DER GOLTZ TELLS DE PLOT TO E ID C Assistant Secretary Roosevelt; Youoa German, Who Was Vis-! Declares Addition to Navy! - Necessary to Security of! American Republic, ! itor in Albuquerque Beginning of War, fesses in New York, Before; Con-l Calling Out The "Reserves." Happy is the man or woman who can call upon reserves of health and strength in every crisis. Building up reserves 'is a question of eating the right kind of food. Shredded Wheat Biscuit supplies all the material needed for nourishing the tissues and its daily use keeps the bow els healthy and active. Eat it for breakfast with hot milk or cream. FACTORY & NATIVE WOOD PHONE 251 IIHl,lltl I, C lite III" M, 'III, II' lllllll pas'i il. S.'tialoi ( 'h iiuhci l,i in .ini'iUK'-i-, ho woiil,l link for nii'lit Ki'M.-'iotii iiiiIi'-h ifaHoiiahli- Jl ,'KI', "h u ina'l,- Hlltloill ttll'lll, o Si-l ions I l,iosll Ion. So far ttn'1',' haN lii-rii no cvnJi-lii" of II I'l V fai'l'loUN 0'IO:-!t loll lo I 01' I'll! an ii uh, ili', though cliniivi' k 'a ifilain fiiitaiiK will hi' advorati l. fJi-jm I nr II, a. ih iiivf lioti'i, I li.it Ii,' woulil fiL'lit Ilu- national tai. inl p! nviMi'onw. 1 1 -iloos not lii'lliw tin' national uiiaid Kl,0, lie llHfll l,H 11 ImhIh fol' 11 II-HOIAI' rililH ,,f Am, i l' . hi ii-lcim ii HU'liin,' I mot, io, oo ri liiilil kIiiiim ol l,i'llll:,'l't'l,t n i- iiioii 1 1 ...... 1 1 v III, iiihiiiiilMll.ilioil ioiikIiI-I hi' S( rllloil lllili'SM til irui'liM nvf'i' tlian IT, a lull l is, I, t,s rii'iili'it oin' of tin' most i-i n- MIS llaaiioliN wliiili Iihh I'llllf i ontfil tlio I'nllial Slali'H Nini'i' Ho' In jjliinln,.' of tlir war in laiii,,,'. IJvi ij ncm opi'i, lo tin- hlntc d,' pai tin, ait oni!;lil vmih Ix'inti i'iniloyi'il in an illoit to n n i ti -1 an iinlin ui'li nl,i aria) of farts H-kiiiiIiiih Ilu- tx i,,moii uliali ilaniani',1 ttir llrilif-h ilianiirl .ilralni'i' Snssrv, Ilu- .slnMn',' of the UrillHh ship Maio In-Mtrr I'ai- favoiK IliBli'iiil tin' prov lulon j kIih'I'I', ii an, I tin' llainliiM of a ol- 1 1 1 1 . STRONGER ARM PROVIDED FOR IN SENATE BILL ItV WORNINV JOURNAL tPtCAL IIARID WIRV " WliHlilnnloii Mairli 2!l, I 'uliMliIrl a -(Ion of tli tinny lin rriiKi- hill, tlia flrni fif tlir I, Ik lintloiial ,1,'fi'MF,, iniiiHiii ,'H, lii'Can In tho Rcnali' toiluy with rrpnl, II, iiiih Jolnliikf thr iP nioi i til in cxpi i m hIiik tli hope that It nilulit li illx Jiofcd of n H ipili kly iih potpililr. K'-niitor ('liiiiiiliirlain, rhiiiriiiiin of tile mllltiiry roniniUIri'. lull mill, ,', thr tiiriimii'p, which Ih a unhKlltntP for tlu J i it ' hill ihihhimI ly tht lioiiMr, iin, I tnuiji- ii I' tiKtliy luMi ' XM rxplaiiiiiiK Hh jirnvlMlotiK. Whi'ii the hill hail hern BUjiri yhaon ,,f fnl for, i', an,i for i i rati lllitrrr fol'rn nnili rial tinny oil in r.'. Tof SI ui'li Mroiiui'i' nn, 'I'ht' i hlt'T aim of Ih,- Hrnatr hiiI.hII Intr Ih to lai l rasi' tlir praif FlrriiKlh of thr riKiilnr Htainlin at'iny to 17.",, aiiil mrn. II 11 Ih. i provhlrH for a frtl l lal olllnlrt r foil r of "I'll, HMO lllt'll, anil thr national Kitanl of L'MI.'hui w hirl. Wool, I I,,- pl.ir. , ii 1 1 1 1 I l,-,, liil l ontitil iin, I puiin lpal- in frih ral ap propriation. A rritliban of lite aviation r,iiip inrn of thr army was frrrlj n,a,li ilnrltiK Hi" ilay'n illsriiHsioii ami thr rrrrtit tKprrlrnri'4 of thr nvialnl'H In McAiro hi if rlli il an lllnsl I at mil of thr hit ffli Irliry of thr ripilpmrnl. Srnator ( 'ha ml, n lain iln larrd that rolH'.i rs i larrly was I rMponll,lr for this tolallllon hnaiiHr of lis piirsim IHKIIIK polirv In til" la, f of Inslstrllcr hy drpai t no tit hniils for larur appro plialloiiH. :ni.',llsl,inali, Iv'iKlr 1'oint, h Htramrr Tnliantla, and flilnti of a toi,rd,, at passriiurr shijl I 'H t It'll. ('Iiip.s rarilrd Amrrlcan i nil the t lu All ili- Bnt. of Olilo, rtty of Ttl(ln. liii-tn I'a.ntr, Ir.nl J. i hrnt-y Bi.kft mlh tint hi- l mmiI, ft.rtnvr at tltt. Aim of J. t'ttiit.y t l..., tl, ('It ttuilii.ta In ttit i;Pr of TlrtJ, I'tmittr iihI fiat furri,1. anil tli.t a.ld firm will y Itie (am of IINK lirMUll I, Iml.hAMS f,,r tpatb and .ion t-aaa of r.larrb tttat r.iiuot tm curt J 1, tl ult- ul llall a Ulmili t u,, I'HANK 3. CllliNlcr. Kaiifn In Tm. m. anil .ti.iTttttrl In m 1 iiti-tm, a, una 01 U lit) ut Drfewlwr, A. I)., JhhU. nlicaily Krai. A. W, HI.KASIIN, Nuuiy I'utitlp. Ilall'a r.Urrli Cure It taken Intirimlt; anil aria dlr.t'Dy uiwtii itia I,,.kI and ii,ur,,u aur fatra ut th. , lrui. bt'titl I, tiatluoiulala, frrf. V 1 CHKSEY A CO., T,ilti, 0. fluid tT all Iiruutl.ta. ?fc. Ilka llall a 1.0,11 I'.llt fr runaltratlvB. A l Vtii nial I lire (.tMid Sniiinirr Session. Hilvrr City. X. M., Milt' h 2!".--I'laiiH for this rnr" Hiiinmrr xrhool at thr ululr tiorinal Indiralr tlir niosl surer ssfnl nesHton rvrr lirld, iil'lilhur mrtils tiring niiulr In nrrouitiioiliitr a', h ast Mia Iriirhrrs and si inlrnis. .nsl J rat' ovrr :illl, writ' rlirolli',1. Tlir Nil ill uitT m hool opt'lis thr last of Mi,v ami t t, i, Una, h for two months. Th.' rmular normal family, ton, thrr wli'a mil,' of the hiollnir rdaralols ol Ihr slatr, will I"' ill rhaixr of the various liiHsrs. Atlvanre i'rerv.'tt Ioiih are hi liu; made. Tni, lirls f l orn I ,i in t it litis ri rnnnly 111 thr slalf vill hr In ai Irn, lanrr, Ihr eoiuilirs of, (iiant, .una, I Ht'i'i , I into. Ana, i-'orol-i 1 o, linosi'Vt II, I'haM's, l.dtly, Si' TI', I i, ml s, n't, I r,i r. irh hrinir i etirrne iitril ! In prartl'.ilK thrir lull roster of til and rural ill--' I h i n in-hri s. I!l rat iri inaii v : st era. with Ih, Saturday Night Whitney Hardware Co. After Supper Sale ARTICLES OF CONSTANT DAILY USE BY EVERYONE IN EVERY HOME Watches, Clocks Jable-vare SALE STARTS PROMPTLY AT 7:30 O'CLOCK 100 iUI.u' Watt he-, carli " Si i I H I ,1 SI 5i I ),,!lar .lariu Cll-, carh .tl lM'('aicr Al.it in-, t'.ii h SOLID NICKEL SILVER TABLE-WARE .111 -C nf llcsHTt -pi'lills. Wi'I'lll $1, -ft -' -(!- tali!f-p' hi-, wi'tih SI, per -et A lYw set- ul' I t-a-. it ,ih, Jiff -it 5 set- knhe- a i n 1 i'mk, wmlh S.'.-'.-. per -et J ciiiplitc -ft- in e:i-c-. J pict'f-, eafh -ft- J',,L;fi- A-l kniu's atl t"ik-, a l'lT -ft NOT AN ARTICLE WILL BE SOLD UNTIL 7:30 SAT URDAY NIGHT. BE THERE ON TIME RF.MF.ur.i.k oru ri'T k tk sai.i; oi i-i.v S-CRKKX I'.XDS SATl'KD.W Nlt'.IIT t H" THIS l.l'.K. Mi unlay lin 'I'tiitio; the prici m-- up ti r market rate-. N'mt'll net'il tliis sfffeiniiLT. ! K-lti-r l:n' it tiv whilo uc'ic (i;iuir; you the iHiifiit ut" tan' Ik-i", -iv-thc war itn vha-i -. The Whitney Hardware Co. . .ror . .50 .!. the -ft. 5t altu . . O M . M I nlh ui d l I rneh of tllrst '.riiH, ami all apparrniiy writ- mi.ri--t, In violation ol Criiiiany'H rerenllv n llt'VVrtl .'issliranrrs tt) the I'lllt'-d Kt.lll'H. May Hrinir ( Irtir Issue. The ll"Xl Hlrp of thr I'llit'd Stall'' i is Hit jil authoritatively to haw I a tlrlrimineil upon. I'nlr.-s (Irrmany. In tt ply to the inipiirirs matlr l,y H"' ! I'iilnl Stairs 1'JiioiikIi ,iiil'assailor j (irraril, tnal.rs some slalrmelil to 'ransr thr Hlalr drparlinriil to rham;e lis plfStllt Inlrlllions, it Is lllltlrrstooil that all thr irrrnl atsgravat intf inri- drllls Will In' rolill, Inril 111 one M rial I'oriiildaldr Indirtmriit whirl! ' l.i-iiitr Ihr rlllllf siihtret lo a t it I Is-tie. Slionhl ttrrmiinv mlmil rr.spnnsl I htlity for any of thr altarks ami at- Irmpl to salisly Ihr t niirti .-uiir o sayini; that n mistake had hrrn mad", offer to inalie i parat ion and to pmi iFh the sahmariiir eomiiiiilitlrr. ttir IsHtie would not hy any nn-nns hr tlis posnl of. II Is rrKitnlrd as rrrtam that thr I'niti'd Slates would iml ar r, pi snrli an explanation as satisTa ' loi'j . at' It asl until time laid kIioW a what 1 1 1 in-1 1 1 -1 1 1 ailuallv was mrtr.l mil lo Ihr oll'rnilmn siilauarilir eoin miiml,'!' and uhrlhrr any value longer t , I I,,' altarhrd tt p I "111 isrs. ill roneliisive Proof. In Ihr event ol itrrmany ilisel i iuu irsponsihllliy for thr disa il,,. i ' ii 1 1 cil Mliilrs will iirorrrd lis lav t-Ntiiaitlons to tl, In nilnr l 1 own sallsrarO'iu wlu'tlmr the rvid ..a, I,. i, ,,' siroimlv inilitates that Suss, v am I Kilter ships were lorpr ilord vvlllioiit uaininn ran lie rena ril ed as ,'oia lu.-tivr iloof. Willi sm-ti prtml la-fore II. the t;overnmenl proh- l,h would ml in I'tly. I'flH'ial- teflain I'liim ilisriissinu what the Ha iti r,. of Ihr m'Hon wottltl he The vrrv iiuliiluT of apparrntlv nil vvarinul,'d allarlfs W'liirh laive taru' ird n-rrlitly Is riavaitlrtl hy the ad inlnistratioii us pai tieulai iy ninniM i mil. The IHimlirr is said I'.v "''l'' rials In have ilispostd of Hie llieor.v that thr rvploslons mlKlit have 1'ern riuisrtl h milU'S. Some of tlir raHt s II was poiul'd out. have orrurred la loralitirs where I liere is no possimiu of mine fit Ids liav ini; hern laid runs,, of tile tlrpth of tlir water the distant o from t-lmre. Sts ret (H-tler tilven. It ,'i-;iiii,' known tliirtn the dav thai th'' slatr department had heard nuofl'i, lallv I lie silUKrslion that f.rr tuan sul'Uiaitne t t , m in a ntt t rs were I tirtim.; nadi r Keen t mslnieimns, him ns were lolvoriilril l Hiaiid Admiral . ... i ,,.,,1, ,". 1 t I Veil TllplU I" loiproo 'V' i I vessrl as well as helliiiere at -owned. Ini.tiroiiehtni: the lalil-li islrs An in- li'.,u..,l flairs was litlv ised. It !..'.!. .is ti, snhinai Hies whirh wtiil ill- I Ill- lo t llert M irt h 1. prov iiiru no alt oU wllhoul vvarnim; of all ,-. hi.nl nu n of 111,' elllrlllr 'I'iirrr hail hrrn no ol'final t onfiiina tion vvhatrvrl- of lhe serrel old nnrt. Hiovvrr. Ihr numhrr ,,.a.i s whlrli have ovrilaUrn ...i n,i , rhanlmrii tli..se iindrr nrulial llann. tausru isi.uir olfirials lo eretlit the Nilt-'ueStinn j il..-, i oi'drrs .,r some Uui, I other than , il, .rr of wliirh Ih,' I ailied Slalrs Is j advised, air in i ll, ft. . What is th-S' l ii'ivl in nii;n a,,mi,,,n ti in,, a i it. I'M as th,' rli' inr uracil'. i of Uie siliialion ni.iKi's il urn-san i for the t 'lilted Stale- to prori fit ti'llii 11, ,. nlni'isl rare i" p'f,ariiii; lor me vt step. Sprrlal etiori o,," , p. I., have all Hie rssriitlal farts. h ,asr tlrvt 1' prtl i roni me i"-' le: tiainiiv ami evidence available, in f..rm.ilion is 1,,-iai; or will he rollrrted tlirouiih Amerl mha-sles and i'"H- s, dates, naval tvpells. offifers. news and pas-, 'in:rrs of ship supposed 10 iliav. I.r, n altarUrtl and Hie irovrril- I m, nl w hose tlau- lhe slii 21.? J 15-21 7 Si iit.i 10it Street, an 1 new lli,' a I'nii'il allu s re- of dis- uiiarni- inrlutliin! i n, ai fh-vv. tyn cam io rMnnrccrn ! BY MAINE DEMOCRATS n Moas.sa iuii.n.l a.ci,. ll.sto wiaai .... ., ...! ii 1 a I, cor, .Main,-. vi;iii-ii i.e. I n,im-iia"on of I'rrsidriit Wilson, es- : pn ialiv as 11 it lii t' tl to thr mi tho, Is ! ,,f d.alnw vvllh tlir situation in MrX I ir,v ami in KtiioP". "as rommrlidril Z ' in the pla-torm ndnpted hy the tleiiu1- It litis rf Maine at their stale ronvril- h i today. ml., rsc his leadrtship and tl, in. not hi- re-t lection." thr platform slates, "hi t ause tie is the safest, w isrst the ntot humane nmi the most t Iriir lu'.i.h d statesman now on the state of Ilitr wctlj." to he plated l''iiliHton had most n W'r'k rriiurst and in sandy route of Wo, lid have lo rpt dition were ipardy. Oeiirral waited anxiously for al for the rantlmr of his meanwhile the force runimaiidrd hy liein-ral PcrshniK werp moviuK further and further Into the Interior and rapidly pluriiiK theni srlvi's heyond t!i(. rrarh of the drivers of the tpiartet master's motor trurksi ll-tliHillileil tiv Kesti'ii'tlons. I ,ih ippoinlmrnt of thr staff olfirrrs at liriitiliartrr W:im iiurotirriiled, however. They had cxpertcd Ihr dr farlti eovcriiinriil of .Mcxiru to sive il II , mi lifietl iiiiiM'lit lo the use of the Noi tlivvHli-i n. Tlir prrinission to ship supplies us commercial freight eotiHiiMieil to some one imt directly conn 'i tril with Hie army, and failure lo lilvc the American army the riitht to supervise the tra usporl a I ion of its own rupplh s was n I'ardctl as inailc- 1 1 1 1 1 1 ,-. Th" first shipment of suppiirs will hr sent from .liiarr. p, I'asas Cramles and from th'Tr dlstrilmtril hy motors and vvaKoii trains to thr detachments that air hn,tiui4 the trails 1 alt miles io ihr smith. (itHiil Plan Spoiled. II had hn i, Imprd hy i ieiieral T'"un slon ami his staff that I'arian'a would not impost' run, I it ions, in w hhh ease rollint; stock from Ihr Nmrrirun side would hr moved lo Ihr t ratlin "f the N'orthwrslrrti, and Amrrlcan railroad mrn would man the trains and Amrr lcan soldiers would serve as guards for the trains.. Tliis plan has I, ceil spoiled, however, hy the condil iona' permission of t'afran.a. i 'I'l'ifers weir frank in the expression of their fears that shipim uls made umh r the ordinarv rules of traffic would hr lost or dannt'i slv delayed hetween .luai'e and points of desl inalimi. II was pointed out thai the track of the railroad k- in had shape; that lhe manauciiient would have difficulty in ohluiniiitf ciuipmi nl anil thai more tcnlatiNc arraiinrmoiits, now tlisar raiiard. had hern made for providing r-tilliiiLr stock from tile American side and that Ainrri, an crews vvciv wait-jrj im;- at I'M Caso for the opportunity ut i hundhm; (rains. iiii i'ii'iiii tiiinrds eee my, ! AlHn it WHS pointed out that til;' ! army mrn hail epe, trd to s'liard the! shlpmriits en route. Carraiiza's prrmlsslon fol' Ihr still'-i nirtit of Hiipplirs only as rominrrt ial j fieirht lias hrouiht to a standstill all snrli plans and in lhe opinion of army, offi. its. rrlard the rliaiuv of effec- j live support hy the comniiss iry tie-, partim nt "f the men In the field. ' ilciicral I'ershlna' reported eal ly tn-J tlay the positions of tlie atlvaiuvtl eoiumns, hut "ihr new positions were not revi .licit. Villa, hr said, hud hrrn reported last In the Santa .Maria val ley, where he was said to he amnni: friends who were making it difficult j for the senilis to learn ttiiythiiiK re-, nardinii his movements. Homicide ul 1 oitl-lmi tf. Silver city, X. M., March 2!i.Utlh ivv,, rtiiivii't iotis of murder in the 1'irnl ili'Miee secured in lhe lltant county disliirl curt :it the present term, and other minder eases peliditm:, a new liomiclile is reported from l.ords hiilt. Tin' tict-nsed man is Telesfora ("iiniil, o;i, a miner, who was hrounlil to the county Jail veslcnl.iy for saj'r kceplna. Il is alleged thai Camho'i. in au all, , alioii with another miner. Francisco Hal. at the Ciyhty-fiv r mine, struck Pal over the head with a shovel, f r.icturiue; his skull. The wounded man limterrd a werk, finally -iiccumhinir. rianil. '.i is to have a preliminary hearing April S hrfore Jusliee (if thr Peace V. W- Marsalis, at I .! tislilH K. I lav MoaNtNts jonasAi. arrctAL LCAaco wmal I Xcvv Vi'i'k, March A miol.ti'V ; expedition to invad (.'aniula. which was lialird hy the faiiuro of u llul'falo, X. V., lawyer to apluar al a lime iimverl upon with an orsmixi'tl "fir lug: siiiad." il was assntrd lon'u:l,t. Was purl of an alicf.rd conspiracy lo 'violate the neutrality of lite I'nitrtl Staled i.pon Il I'll au'-llts of the de liartmrni of justice are welkins ;' crclly in r-tiiineftion with ihr return here yesterday from Kntrland ,,l llur.-it von licr itoltz. Von I li t I loll., vv ho, is it said. laiiu. tu have hct u a truslei acni cf Cap tain von 1 'a pi n, fornt 'l (ierinan mil itary attache in this country, was qu-s-tioned at loiitilh today hy t"n,nd Slates liistli't AUtune.v II. Suowoin Marshall, ami his as-st.-ianl, Koner 11. Wood. Von I)er (loll, a, cortlins l" Capl.iin slep for j William iifllcy. thief of the lot al l,u coiintry ; rcaii of the tlepai ttiieni. of Justice, t,,tl list, our International relations, an impressive tap- ot piut anil eount.-r- riiiaiiv should eotitmur to iiuint :p"'- BY MO.t'NI JOUaNAL 8PICAI. LIASCD WIRt' U'lishiiictoii'. Miirt h 29. Apprept i niions hy coiiKl'css for ei'Jtht new cap ital ships thla year, doul'lr the niini her projiosrd in the adniinisi raii, n's fi'.v-yrar navy program, was lecoin Uicruleil hv Assistant Secretary lioose vcll ttulay In coiioludiiiK- his Irt'ti niony lieforr the house naval i'iiiii luiit,. e. Srrrrtary Daniels will a, p, ar tomorrow as the lasl witness tt; he heard hrfore the rummi'tef- hr lans drafting the hill. Jlis examin- altOI! Is e.pc(.'ti't lo IVipiile scVITtl tlavs. Mr. Ciiosrvcll ixplainrii that the rrronimriidatioii for ' i.lit ships Ini tin diatcly rcprt scntrd his person.il views and not those of tile depart m, nl. "I helirve thr L'ovei'iimrtit iiiul pri vate yards could take rare of einht capital ships this year,'' he saitl. "I think il would mrun a rrrat thr moral effect upon the anil If ( t N. Y. Made t Niagara Falls. hulliliiiLi fund scnlalivc fair of Pennsylvania il how much slronuer the American na-; vy was than the .lapanesc. j "Thai depends mi lhe scene of op-: rations," teplled the witness', "if tilt 1 The federal aulhoiitii-s h t il hr ! known that tlie putillcily uivcu to von 1 1 X-r (lollji's return here, accompanied ! hy u dele, live scrpranl from Scotland IVard, miiv inleifeie with their plans tt, ft, mill in, suspects wanted in con- j miction with the allritrd proposed mll lilary e.X,cdilit,n lo Canada which II was said, on Der (loltz has ailiniitcd, lilUolvetl the hlowiUK u of railroatls, in, puhlic huiltlitiifs and the at her present rate of three ships a vear our program of Hirer and one fifth ships in five years would ii"t. unite catch up. tod would mean a Haiti. We Would prohahly passj Planer., wilii which we arc now neck.; ami neck" Quest;,, tied ahout Japan's navy, -Mi'. Koosevelt said hoth Japan and lor i.i..e. ....i.,iit,.a ,,, im, ,i L.tTi'i .,.,.1 ,...,.er., ii.u ll.i.ir... I 11 -Il.-S' . " I"", O, toe ..................... ton I icr 'muz went lo taiKianii t no 1 latter pint of 1311, umler the namel of Pridvcmaii Taylor, anil, accortliii'4 to' persons closely identified Willi the Ilceis vv.'ir nqn wt- mm- ." ,,,,.. .,,....,,.,, veifh th I (hree to Ivv,,. If the operations were " ,.,,,,. , in Japanese w.ueis we """'o j ,,,st il)lonv eoual.' Japan prohahly would he su- Vnn ,;)m. (,iAVa js iUut(,( pcrlor in extreme western waters. 1rs.,i( h(, w.(s !i,I,i,.() ,,v persons in they attemplril lo come over 'involved in the alleged plots here with thr conditions would hr reversed. i,,;in,s ami diagrams for thr drsl'ur- " Itiiin i,l' Ca,l:,,ii:,,, o,i,icrtv tie cai.l lie hate : . .'ui ,-t ,..! Ih,., hiu , t -uit . n 1 1: i-iirrman, were not of Crr- laan ih'srent hut werr arlitalrtl hy haltvtl of ICiiMland. OPIt I-'IUST MIIP.MI'.M OP Fresh Fish is iipki:. xoirniKi.x STOCK. SALMON HALIBUT SMELTS SAND DABS LARGE CRABS ''' IflV (H I! I ISM XI si P iTHK I.IKI;'i:iti:X K. JAFFA'S (.inert-, lliilcheis iiiul llakcr-. r I'.l iti.-ll :l ti ll I i' lo Hive Rid of the Torment of Rheumatism Xiii wejiian slap in I iiuiole. t, hav AVashinaloti, March L'tf The coa.-l vv h i e pr Kuard cutler Seneca reported totlay lo heaitiiiarlers Willi Ihr disahlcd NurvveKiiin ship Svalaild, in a flanKer ous condition. She was 3."ai miles southeast of Halifax IrtW'ina lhe ves sel to pott. Nineteen men of the Svalaml have hren lakrn oil ttir St nri.'a and five havr hern left on the disahlcd ship. Only One "PROMO Ql IMM." To act the Rrnuine, call for full name, PAXAT1VF. UltnMd QPIXIXK T.ook l',,r niKiialui of K. V. OIIOV15. Cures a Cold in ne Pay. 1 5c. Would Slop t.ii-olinr I'.xports. Washington, .March L'!l. llcpr, sratiilive Howard, of (leoriiia. today Introduced a resolution to empower the president to place an I'liilMi'iin on gasoline exports. Mr. Howard said In, (llaflrd his measure after a con I, retire Willi SnTctary Keill'ielil of the department of commerce who told him piodueers were asking the kov erntiicnt not less than forty cents a Kalh n foi' gasoline which was I ou",ht lasl vear for eleven cents. "Send me FV.ey Kidney Pills. I am badly done up with rheumatism ami thev are the only thin? that help me." A. J. Walsh, SntlTels, Colo. T!l euma.tlsm is stubborn as a mill? it hansa on like a leech wears out your BtrtTifUh worrit :i you with pain Idrags on ymir vitality drpressi'.s your mind uffects your health! Don't let It liatiB on you! Don't give tip to it! I a, at overlook Foley Kid ney Pills! Par they work directly on the khlnev.'.- tone up and strengthen them to the perfect action that keeps Uric acid out of the blood, ami clears away the cause of rlieuniallsm, lum bago and stiff, swollen, aehiiig Joints. Pepin now, totlay, and soon you wilt again be active and fire from pain. Mr. Walsh winds up his letter to us bv saying: "1 consider Foley Kidney Fills the best 1 have ever used, ami I have tried several different rem edies." Vour druggist sells them. Sold everywhere. ,, , , . . Be Rid of Piles A Free Trial of Pyramid Pile Treat ment Will Amaze You Witli Its Results. "T Mf AdTke- Get Prramid PiU Trcatmcot" It la only fair to yourself to TRY Pranitd Pile Treiitineiit the most popu lar homo pile treatment In the world today mid oun that baa stood the test of time. Mull the eotipon NOW rr olsrt (ret ft Rfto ho of I'yrauuJ file Tivaluit-at fiomauy tlrunKlit. Tnke no uli-i Hair. FREE SAMPLE COUPON rYRAMin riir company. pyramid Kldx.. MiirsUall, Mlcb. Kindly send me n Free snniple of Pyramid Pila TraaUncot, lu plain w rupprr. Nutne street i""'tv . . VOTERSof ALBUQUERQUE Consider and Compare the Character, the Business Standing, the Records, of thi Republican Candi dates for City Office at the Election of Tuesday, April 4th Wo respectfully sul.niit to ymi tlie tact that these men are si did. substantial business n it'll men wlmin ymi can trust with the administi alii -u m" tins city's affairs men in whnso hands y,,tt ean feel jierfectly safe with a $400,0(11) iin esttnetu nr any other imeslniecl--wlin can he depended upon tt exorcise conset attMii and sinitul iud.nient and bniad-augo ecoiioiiiy in liandliiit;' every detail of this city's business, largo or small. THESE ARE THE REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES TO SUCCEED HIMSELF AS MAYOR D. H. BOATRIGHT. I hiring the past two years ot his administration, w ith a divided government, w ith an actively antagonistic council, , w ith few city employes of his. ow n , ehooMiig, Mayor lloati'ight lias run this city within its income; now has a balance in the city treasury of close to .S3 .000 and has paid off $15,000 of the SIS, 000 debt bequeathed to his admin istration by the preceding democratic administration. This is economy, wise adminis tration, got'd judgment. J). II. Boalright has .carried out every pledge made lo lhe peo ple in spile of criticism and in spil of opposition within the city government. TO SUCCEED HIMSELF AS CITY CLERK THOMAS HUGHES. When Join .Ungues was elected city clerk hy the higgest majority ever given local candidate ,it was predicted that been a strong, efficient, vigorous to get. tics, wi he uiblic On this man and his merit there return him to office because he deserves to be a would tiiaKo good. He has made good, lie. has otticial. He lias earned the re-election he is sure is no argument. Albuquerque, regardless of poli- retunietl and because bis citv needs him. FOR CITY TREASURER H Mr. Gardiner is a staunch Saut;r J,-e shops. His record is demand for his nomination is no record to conceal or gio FOUR SOLID BUSINESS MEN FOR THE CITY COUNCIL. I!c;iltv.lni; Alhuiuer,iur's ,eculirirly urKelil need lit this tittle fur . T. GARDINER. young Republican member clean. His standing with the surest guarantee of his over. t (he working force i fellow emploves and character and abililv. 1 1 f the their has hiisiiiess ml m ill 1st ru tion, I'cvrn htisint'ss nhility. tho UepuhlicinH huve of known reii,nslhilitv; ;ire: uomln.'ited for 111, of liit,h integrity n rrliulil,', city council respotisilile, four men, efficient etch of private life Hero thrv FROM THE FIRST WARD ANGELO DE TULIO. and of demnnsttriited efficiency ill A tdoni niiistm who has worKed his way ut, inlo the cont riicl lnir lius-iness: who li.-, reared and rdmatrd his f.iniiiv- here; who has rstahli.-hrd credit ami win, is rrspcrtcd hv the husinei's ronimunity and ,,ril hy -his neiehhor.x. A srlf-made man vh" lias won his wa.v. The kind of man we need In our city iiovernnient. FROM THE SECOND WARD- All UKKI'tMSiVC, Merchants of this -H. S. LITHGOW. competent youuif hu.sines.s man who has hren held worthy to head the Retail city as their president: whose private life is a clean record of iiwlnmrv mid nttiiin- iner.t; whose hiisiness and property Interests are domical with those of Alhihnieriitie; who has prov en his eflit lent v as a husim ss administrator and w ho has made tt.mil as a memher of the citv hoard "f ctlut atioii. The kind of man we in t tl in our citv government FROM THE THIRD WARD JERRE HAGGARD. i-or ion years :.ir. naiiKaru nas i.een actively Identified with tlir Alluuiueriiie's hiisiness life. lie has won his wav to the manac-rm.tn nis junnrtneiit is rtspected hv his FROM THE FOURTH WARD- In st of the younger clement in of an important hank. He is hiisiness community. 1 1 nntlreils can he safely trusted with the our citv covernti'pnti M. MOORE. JR. Alt,t,re is a huihter. His father helped in the founding v iD,iruenue oie town. Now John .M. Moore, Jr., is of Alhiiiiier'iue, the city. Alhii'iueripie's growth is can hr depended on to th, everything in his power we need in our citv gnverrlmrnt. w tim sr tiii si; mi . Tin v uy. won Pi iu ie i ui: i: i ikivtk 1(111X1.1" OF Kl l it HAT. i:C0()MI('Ak WISH COH RVMI'VT I nn iir.roi 1.1:01 II OTFs Flt I'll KM 0. TlCsDAV. i-es.,-,-ieu ami 01s jutigment is respected hv his associates and hy til of private interests are entrusted to his hands without reserve ' He i'lii.iii s ,,,,.-,iies. 1 ne hum 1,1 man vvr need In our citv -JOHN l.lk.-- tiis pioneer father hrfute him, Mr. rf Alhu'iuri'ijue the village, and he! il huild ncttvelv ami rgm-e-sively helping in the 1, nil. lin essential t, his continued hiisiness sm rrss. lie lo I, ring ahout that growth. The kind of man 1. 1 IT'.. IN W I. M )(K II THE REPUBLICAN CITY CENTRAL COMMITTEE