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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. FRIDAY, APRIL 21, 1916.
r too IIIPlMii H H 0 ISI ifi IISl 111 ii LmmhmnIMi Colto1en is ready for use when you tale it from ths pail. It mixes readily with flour and creams nicely with sugar. Cottolerm has no equal for ehortening or frying. Foods prepared with it have a delicious flavor and are tempting in appearance. Arrange today with your grocer for regular supplies of Cottolene, the Natural Shortening. It is put up in pails of con venient sizes. 1 ESmiFAIRBANKSSEO DIFFICULTIES OF PERSHING IN MEXICO BECOME MORE AZTEC FUEL CO. A? OUR COAL BURNS TRY UIAMUNU GALLUP COAL BEST MILD WEATHER COAL ON THE MARKET. FACTORY & NATIVE WOOD PHONE 2S1 ALLIES JUSTIFY SHIP SEIZURE Fl Oil PRECEDENT 1 IGEL NOT TO BE RELEASED, SAYS OFFICIAL Papers Seized Are Not De- livered to German Embassy; Claim Is That Offices Were Not Leased by von Papcn. T 0NIN JOUHl. IPICIAL If 10 WII New York, April 20. Not wit h liini1lnif the Herman ambassador's demnnd fur th release of Wolfe von !l tind the return of papers seized kt the tltiid of his arrest In 11m- for mer tiff ice here of ('apt. Fruit vmt I'apcn, recalled (Irriuun military at tache, I'nlted Hint ' H Atininey II. Hnowden Marshall reiterated tonight IiIh determination to retain nut only Von I gel, but the documents. Although Mr. Muishair refused to rveol tlii- basis for liln firm sland, It wan learned from oilier federal offi cers Hint h was fully prepared to furiil-h the state department with evi dence to prove Unit t li I"Hm for the von J'npcn offices, the. point upon which the entire eonirovctsy hinges, Vim drawn In th name, of von I Von Igel, Uio fulled Wales attorney contends, was not a member of Am bassador von licrnntoi ff'n official family until llocemln r, Ml', nnd hi' doubt If ho inn be lasKiflcd um h member even after thnt period. The lease fur the offices, federal mithoil t Im clato, wan made out hy von Igel during the time thnt ho had no ofl'l ilitl connection, with the ii-rmun em bassy, Mr. Marshall said ho hud turned hi Imiulry on this point over to Vpl. William It. orfley, of the de partment of Juki lev, who conducted the Investigation which resulted In thn returning of Indictments ajtulnat Captain Von riipcti, von Jm nnd three other on the ihnrne of innsjUring to blow lll the Vv'elkind i anal. Mr. Marshall 'denied i.iri. 1;. tly thnt the confiscated papers had disclosed new plot or the elt 'lire of n Her man rpy system In this country . Great Biilain and France Say They Are Following Rules Laid Down by United States Durina Civil War, Movement of Carranza Troops to Pan al Regarded as Warning for Americans Not to Advance Farther, Month Mead Idaho Dclegatex, Twin Kulls, Idaho. A pi 1 1 Sena tor W. V.i llomh was unanimously chosen to head Idaho's dclcgnilou of eluht to the republican nntlomil coii veiillon, at the ptule coilM otlon In re tod.iy. WOMAN GIVEN TWO DAYS To Make Up Her Mind for Surgic&l Operation. She Re fused; Cured by Lydi&E. Pinkham't Vegetable, Compound. Pliilmlelphla, Pa. "Ono year atro I icatt very sick and 1 suffered, with min i ",!p i"n i T MiNNIN JOUMnAk SPftCIAL kltO WiiHhltiKtoti, April K. Aceoidini; to iinthenllc liifoi'inalloli leacliinK' W.ih.hliiulnn, lireiit ililtaln and Fr.mcp, In thi'lr lolnt iiotr-, replviiiK to the Anicrlcnn proli-wt UKiihiHt Inter-lennc- with tipiitnil tinde, mnkp no Uttenipt to illHjuite prllicipleH contend ed for liy the I'nlted HIiiIch, Iii nit Hint tlioHn principled Tmvo heen Kiven leul Inli'lpielatlon and npt'll tuliim hy Ihrt lilllen In their hhe'luide of (ieiinuny and Auiitrlii. Thla note, which will he handed to thn Btato depai (merit within the next day or two, hy the lultlnii and French nnihiiKsadoi', Ih iiftder!tood to he lonti nnd extremely tedmlfal, trenllmr of the whole mitijcrt. on n purely leK'il nifU and rrtyliiK large upon the precedent laid down hy the United StatcH In the civil war. it In mild the allien immune that the I'nlt ed Hale Government linen hot con tend that It hail the lU'hl to fhlp KoniU without rexttlctloiiH Into (!er muny or AiiHtrla thronnh coiiIImuoiih in ulral connlile.s, mn h as Holland, Sweilen and Menniatk The conci hkIoii of the iH'.ht to I loekndo an enemy country, whh h In nnlvctTiilly recounlzert, Ih reuarded im neeenHHrlly catrylnn with It the. linht to ri'Killate the ailinlNHion of t:ood to the neutral coaiitty, evidently des tined he transferred to the enemy. t'nni'etienlly, It Ih contended that It !h perfectly within the i-phcre of In ternational law to limit Import Into lieutial coulitrlcH, unci iih Midland, of kooiIm that ininht he of use to Uor numy nnd Austria to the. nrniainl Miiinally conitinicil In the neutral country. Moreover, II In iiiKucd that an In cdetit to the exerclie of thin rlf'.ht to leKiihillon of import! In the rlKlit to neari ll veweln uppl'oachvng the neu tral country. In thin connection the allien hold that while In earl) itayn It wad poexlhle to conduit mich a pea ri h at Men, eoiulitionn of modern Hen traffic, have made thin ImpoK ull.le, klnee It nan lieenme neceyftiiiy to tiiku (lie lieutial chip 1o tlie near chI convenient port, where the ciuuo may he examined, Thin in thn ex planation offered for the Apparent un reiiHonuhln illveiHlen of many whips llolil their remdar eouiKiB and what has heen complained . n iih an tm lieeoHHary delay In nearih. ll was villi II view to reducing complaint on t tits fi ore, It In pointed out, that ai lUiiKemetilH Wet' made for the liril leh ciiihaiKy here to inlvie wilhout delay American idilppcrs whether their caiiioi H prohahly would lie nuh-j jeet to iletcnlion. Another point made hy the nlllcH! if ntilpH' pa pel , I 1 im i oio lira : i7 v .whim ; W Vff J I is that the chuincl liavo ihanKcd eomplelely owltij; t( modern commercial iiit'thodn, r" that im lonucr can they he Veiled npo.i to nupph all tlie evidence nivuKury I to e'lalill-h the character of a carno mid iiK lliihlhty to nelxiiro. The prac-j lice of eoniie.nlni;' kooiN to ordi i , or to Individual In neuliitt coiitiliiiM. v. ho ii t mil the real O'iimiiiIi I s ol , the oods, hut are actually it ii i 1 1 u : -lni aiientn and foruaidern to ihe eii i nn country, (he allien IrsiM, has made It iicceHCiiry In ranen where neutral uli i in lire detained,' to 1 1-1 1 r their hi .i n to pi'ixu coni t.i for i s jmliiiitioii In.stead of acieptuu the al their face value. mpliMit l the fulled Klalen that prlae cout'ti cannot 1-e lecouoixeu I'inpitetit to render final ileclMoits BAKER WAITS REPORT OF GENERAL SCOTT Secretary Says He Sent Chief of Staff to San Antonio to Learn Actual Opinion of Funston on Situation, , iar MQHNIN JOUftNAI, IPICIAL L0 WIPfl M aHhlnston, April t'O. Hlplomutlc ncKotlatloiin with ilcnf tal Carranza an well hk the pursuit of Villa hy the American noldletn apparently tire at a ntaiiilHtlll while I'lcHldent Wilium nwaitu full advlecH ni to the military prohleniH tlie troopa have ncountcied In Mexico, With the tirrlva) of MaJ. Oi n. lluuh U Scott, chief of utaff, In Sun An tonio tomorrow night, to connult with tlenenil J''iiimlon, the nfoi inat ion noimht hy tleneral linker will hcRln to come forward h wire. Hime the ilueMlon of distance and ticeewary brevity "f wire reportu, liokvever, prompted thn necrrtary In dlHpatchlriB hill chief adviser, It Is Improbable that iiny Important nlep will 1k taKen ty the ciihlni t. tomorrow or until i lencrul Rcott returnn. Nhimh I 'all liifiiriiiutioii. Mr. Jialier explained today that ho himnelf hinl BuicKented the plan of nendliiK (leneral Si'ott. In vvci(rhintf thn nltuation on the border, he wild, the lnade"iuacy of the telegraphic re port's received nod the lack of knowl edge of local oondltliniH HiirroundlnK tho forecH on tho border and In Mex ico, wuh' no apparent that It neemrd1 desirable that an effort be made to ancerlnln by pergonal consultation the full views of (leneral FtuiHton nnd nil of the Information he tin"". Additional reports from i.iencral l'cishlni::, outlined In border ndvlceg today, probably will he ready for con HidelMtloll hy the cabinet tomorrow' Ah the last meeting of the president's official udvlfiers was devoted utmost wholly to the Herman situation, it seeinii probable tho Mexican problem will be fully reviewed by the cabinet then "or the first time since (leneral Ca.irau.a. urged the withdrawal of the expedition, IHI'ficulth's liirri'Hsi'. Reports from Mexico reiichlnir (ho state department ulso will he avall ahle. As far as known, these tell of increased, rather than lessened, dif ficulties Mirroundinir ttie expedition- I An instance of this Is thn report that an unknown number uf Canaiica troops have been .moved to the 1'ar lal legion, where Ouoivil PcrshlnK'H most advanced busii now Is located. The observer who reported this added that while the movement, lip believed, wan not authorized hy the, do facto government heads, it wa In tended a u hint that the Americans must mil move farl'her southward .vpiairently only a comparatively small force was" Involved nnd official" lu re reMarded it us sltMiif hunt lather than serious. It was ueccpted, how ever, us added proof that the outly Inn Oarranza parrisonn nro not en tirely under the control of the war minister. The diplomatic situation showed no rhatiKi during the day, although It became known that the t nltcd States ulicndy had neknovvledfied Cui Tanst.-i'f note nskiii); itiat negotia tions for the withdrawal or trie Anier lean troops he taken up. He was as- emus cabit CRISIS AVERTED BY COMPROMISE sured las at'KUliienta wern T- inn stud ied, but there was nolliliiir to Indi cate today that a reply Mating the position of the I'nlted States was b Iiir drafted. LID BAI BILL NTRQDUCED ID in mv Ktli nn.t t,t,ilr ( I until I nearly went i ........ I .. . . i 11 K - I aij, i h kih vu i ' ( i!tirrentdorUraml ' ' n"r" '" they all Mid 1 had "!ul ' " 1 1,v leleienee fcmnle Irouhla and I ''""" 111 'Oand to would not Ket anyi,,l,' l'ff"' ',,u"' 'M" relief imlil I w,U ' ,'"v,',"i''1 ,h" Pnnetiie of Hit, r.,a- . , . . , t li.n.i t law and when- order in 1 ,-;t efU.I llo. ...... ASSIS F ARH mfll. 'I h. l i y now I- had i u irervil for foil if ifyea r lfuro tliia i 2 ,., -, I tuK wow tlie mora , , ,., , . Illlihl Hiedicine I took. Every ttionth amce 1 l( ,) ,.Vl.n ,(l ,al waa a younk girl I had aulTered with ! ,i,,,iom;.iieaiiv. if i- urder in coun- t the latter must (jive way. s nl.-o, it i:; pointed out, an U-uiciU of the lliihl of the crampa in my aides at is-nod and vim it (H jn iwver rt'pular. I tw your advertitt?- M!no , merit Id the r)ev,-paper and the pietura it a woman ho)iad Uv-n ieavel from an operation and this picture wa irn-j-PMsed on my mind. Tin dovtor hail pven m only two more days to maka up my mind to I cent my husband to thn ilnifj More at onco for a bottle of I.ydia 1 1'inkharn'a VctretaLle t ompound.and l!ieve ma, I only Ux k four dosii Isf f ore I felt a change and whun 1 had fin ished th tliird bottle I waa cunsl anj never felt better. 1 pant you the prtv Hepe to tiublish my letter and am only too fflad t.i let other women know of my rore." Mrs. Thoh. Mi;oniuaU 6422 )IurtvjSle Stftwt, ItUla., l'a. ship is seixcd, t jlliliei.ll tlll- e up the ease -atP-Hed. This. iiitnl out. wan Ihe position fis hy the t'nilid Slates vovern- j mi nt dunlin tin- i H war in the fani 1 on Uetmuda ias, wtien the Hrit I Mi govi i nun nt wultid three veurs o- a ib-eiti-.n of the l nlli ,1 Stat'-p supreme ci'iiit in the spi in -I'.ok lil 1 1 Hilar IVjji for Auto Milkers. Toledo, Ohio, April ?n. --Notice i wan pi'ije,) today In tlie Wl!l n-( i er lalid automobile f.ictory that Wiige of nil i in lev , s w ill b. incriased vol untarily June I It wt'l ln'i.ifu IT, ((i eiliployn nod the company im itouiuemein mis ih annual payroll 111 h IH.Stfo.PuO. IhV MAftNIN JOUIIM.t BiCIAU. LKABKU Wl.l WasliiiiKton, April 0. A bill .to v.-lablish twelve leKionnl land niorl Kaue hanks us part of the fttiufulstra- jtion rural credits lilslallon promuni jwas perfected today by the hous jbankini? committee and will tie ured fur piisMiKe next week by house lead ers. The proposed hanks would make loans on land thiouuh national farm loan associations. Stock would he I taken l y tho federal treasury, hut under an amendment adopted by the I committee today no payments would ! be made on sm h stock unfit the hank I in nuestlon had received applications for loan from at least ten loan as- i koei.Uloiis, HuIim riptionn to stock also would be made by the loan associations and when thry had subsi ribed to $TiO. Pan, in any land bank, that bank would be authorized to apply semi annually to i he pH input' and retire ment of the shales issued to rcpreselit the suhhi i iptioiis to tli original cap ital, 2T per cent of all puma there alter sulii ribed until all auch or'n- Labor Leaders' Agree to Ex tension of.' Conscription, N Should Another Effort to Secure Volunteers Fail. IW1 MOKNIW JOuSNftt. MrtAL Lf AMD WlSfl London. April 20 (1(1 Z7 li. m-. 'Ihn wholo nation vvnt surprised, and tho treat majority of the people were Cheered, by the unexpected Announce ment after the cabinet nKftinx: thin morning that the cabinet deadlock over, the question of extcndliiK lit 111- tary conscription had been compro mised. Thus the country Is saved from thir anxious days It would huvtt Kurfered until parliament reassem bles on Tuesday, ami from the news paper controversy whlilt would have taued meantime ,s The labor party, which waa the only political group milted atnliMt furlher tncuwires of compulsion, Is credited with paving thn way to the uKreetnent. The lender of the labor party, Arthur Henderson, president of the l.-onrd of education,-proposed, nceorillns" to the reports n furlher trial of voluntary enlistment, with the promise that Ihe laburltei would eon sent to a gradual extension of con scription If It proved mccssliry to secure the number of men which mil itary authorities consider essential. The labor members, together with others, demanded that they be In formed on the exact position what number of men had already been en rolled and plodeed; how many the wnr office , require to enlarge the urmy and replace tlie wasting hy cas ualties and other cruises. Consequent ly, a secret session of both houses will he convened Tuesday, at which the government will supply full In form at ion. 'Kverjtiody Satisfied. : An official statement tonight de clares that tho settlement satisfies all shades of opinion represented In the government and emphasi.es the hoIu reason for the secret session of par liament is to' supply confidential In formation to the members. Vntll Premier Asqulth's statement yestirday the public failed to realize that the Rovernmout wns actually on the brink of dissolution, as hosLile newspapers have strenuously adver tised previous crises, which failed to crystallize. This real crisis, which is now surmounted, for the present, nt least, vv.is nut a division on pnrty lines. The Northellffe press, so culled, supported by the e inservullve pnpirs, has uttacked trie coalition cabinet, and particularly the prime minister, for failure to frame and ex ecurb a vigorous war policy, and has demanded Kenornl conscription under tho watchwofd "equalhy of sacrifice for all." The liberal papers, with the con servative Dally Telenrapli und most of the provincial paper., supported (he government. Ik'iiiainl fur Conscription. Anions the politicians, David Lloyd -(leoiKe, who during the earlier stiiKes of the war, became the most popular of the libctnl members of the cabinet; Sir Kdwurd Carson, who resigned from tho cabinet because of hig dlssntltif action with the matiaRo tnent of tne Halllpoll campalmi, and Lord Milncr the two last belnK strong conservative have led In tho demand for exlendlnu conscription. Mr. Lloyd-iicorifi) appeared to have iost favor anion the, liberals in the same decree that he has sained It among' the conservatives, while the liberals, rluhtly or wrongly, attribute to Kir Kdward Corsou party motives for hta course, as tho Ulster loader Iuib been the liberals' bitterest oppo nent since the homo rule campaign. Andrew Bonur Law, secretary for the-colonies, has strongly supported conscription, but It is believed that he placed the retention of tho coalition cabinet above every other considera tion in Importance. Some of the newspapers have hint ed that Kleld Marshal Karl Kitchen er, secretary for war, and Lhut. Gen. Sir William K. KobertsOll. chief of headquarters' staff, threaten to re sign unless the government meets the war office requirements for troopa. Hut the Nutlon tonight denies this and says: "No pistol bus been put to Sir. Asquith's head, save by his own friends," referring chiefly to Mr. Lloyd -(leorge. The king, the prime minister and more of the cabinet members left London this evening to spend tho Kaster holidays In the country. A secret session of parliament Is almost unprecedented. The last se cret session of the house of commons was held In 1K7. Only the most Important officials of the house, be side the members, will lie permitted to attend. The press censorship is guarantee against the Information the government reveals becomlnir public. It was un offense against the defense of the realm act for newspapers to publish reports if they were uble to secure the information. iu.il. capital stock was retired at pur. Higher nar In Steel Plant. Yonngstown, Ohio, April 2ft. President John O. Dew of tlie Youngs town Iron and Steel company today announced a 10 per cent increase of wage for nil but salaried employes of hi. company, effective May J. About l.aiM)' workmen are affected. This company Is the fifth steel concern to make a similar announcement wlthtn the lust week, the total number of employes hcimr granted Increases be ing nearly SO.ouO. Climbing Roses, Clematis and Honeysuckle. Albuquerque Greenhouses. HUGHES DIVIDES SENTIMENT WITH COL ROOSEVELT , (runlliMFil T'rtrtn Fmje One.) ' whole dcinor iilllc fabric ' falls to pieces, but the same Is true of the republicans. Root Is pupuhir in the west nnd would undoubtedly, make one of the greatest presidents the re publican parly ha ever given this country, (.'an he carry New York'.' Hughef: is the choice of many repub licans In every state and I) the sec ond choke of muiiy deiegotee who will be at Chicago pledged by their primaries to the "favorite sons'' of their states. Can he tarry New York? It would Bcf'n' certain that ?.'ew York will b" given tlx? opportunity to select the : candidate, if Hughes de clines to accept the nomination; If Colonel floopovelt' enemies in the delegation prevail; If Loot's friends prove too feeble, then candidate from other state will deserve consideration, At thi time Ilurtoti, of Ohio, seems to be In the lend of the candidates out aide Now Yotk. His record In con gress hns won him friends In every slate. Fairbanks will be a strong candi date, but it cannot be denied thut the conditions In Indiana are causing ap prehension to republican lenders. The republican of Indiana are solid in their loyalty to Fairbanks, but thi're all harmony ends, and the factional differences, not only over the two senatorships, but iver county nnd even munlilpul offices, have caused genuine distress in national republi can circles to Full-banks' friends. Nat urally this has resounded to Burton's advantage. Iffiw They Stand. Of the 9fJ delegatt' to the repub lican national convention more than half 538 have been named. Of this number 211 are instructed and 327 uninstructed, but pledged by atrong public entlment to support one or the other of the leading receptive can didate, Justice Hughes or Colonel Itoosevelt. The figures on republican selection of delegates as officially compiled are as follows: Total number of delegates, PSS; necessary to nominate, 4 93; total number chosen to date, 53S; instruct ed, 211; uninstruited, 327; to he chosen this week, 24; to be chosen next week, 120. The instructed delegates are as fol lows; Sherman 5s Fairbanks 4S Cummin i H 0 Ford 30 La Follette 2T Total 211 The selections to date are: STAT 13 lnst'd Delaware Florida . . Ceorgla Indiana (Fairbanks) . 30 Connecticut Kansas Iowa t Cummin) 2ti Kentucky I Fairbanks). Its Illinois (Sherman) ... 58 Louisiana Maine Michigan (Ford) SO Mlnmsota (Cummins) . 24 Mississippi Missouri Nebraska (Ford) 10 Nevada New Hampshire New York North Carolina N. Dakota (La Follette) 10 Oklahoma Philippines Porto Uleo . . South Carolina Tennessee Virginia Wisconsin ( La Follette) 15 Business Metis Bank This bank affords every facility for the transaction of any banking business. It invites deposits subject to check and extends as liberal accommodations as sound banking will permit. Those having surplus funds lying idle are , invited to avail themselves of our Time Certificates of Deposit which yield ' TOUR : TER CENT INTEREST. Depository for A. T. & S. F. RY. ' UNITED STATES T'nlnst'd 6 s 12 14 20 12 12 12 S S7 21 20 It 10 15 11 Total 211 827 Delegates to be elected this month arc as follows: Montana (April 21) s Massachusetts (April 25) 2ii New Jersey (April 25) 28 Ohio (April 25) 4S Idaho (April 25) ' 8 The exact sentiment existing Jn tW states where the delegates are unlis Btructej Is difficult to analyze. In most of Ihe states the disposition is to send uninstructed delegates to C-hi-cago favorable to either Hughes or Roosevelt, with the expectation thai after honest deliberation the dt le Kutcflvwill support the man who de velops the greatest strength and gives promise of defeating President Wil son. In Florida the sentiment is for Ilooscvelt und Hughes. In Delaware, where the delegates are uiilnstrueted, the vo) will be cast for General du Punt. on the first ballot and then for Hughes. In Kansas fifteen of the delegates expressed themselves favor able to Hughes and five for Weeks. In (ioorgia and Louisiana the senti ment is favorable, to Ilooscvelt. Hughes leads In Maine. In Minne sota ex-Senator Hoot is strong, with indications that the delegates will finally go to Koosevolt after the early balloting. Roosevelt and Hughes di vide the sentiment in Missouri, with two delegates favorable to Weeks. New Hampshire and North Carolina delegates have expressed favor for Hughes, although uninstructed. The primaries this week in Nebras ka and Montana will elect uninstruct ed delegates, ilooscvelt will probably hnvp the support of all tlie delegates from Montana, while Nebraska, al though strongly' progressive, will elect most of her delegates favorable to Cummins and ilughea. The progres sives of this stale placed Justice Hushes' in the primaiies, but he cre ed th withdrawal of his, name. ,7 In the primaries next week Ohio will name all of her delegates for ex Senator Uuriun, while New Jersey and Massachusetts will name unin strueteil delegates favorable to' both Hughes and Roosevelt. ; , "TIZ" FOR TIRED E FEET A D SO Use"Tiz" for Puffed-up, Burn ing, Aching, Calloused Feet and Corns, "Hwrf Uh TIZ" CANADIAN ARRESTED FOR SEDITIOUS LETTER fml wonwiN jousetL picial lcamo wotci ft. Catherines, (int., April 2't. W. Haiusay, aged &(!, employed as dominion government shell inspec tor at the St. Catherines munitions factory, was held l.y a magistral to day on n charge of (.edition. The censors at Niagara Falls, Out-, yes terday intercepted a letter declared to have been written by Ramsay to a man working in a. munitions factory in nn Indiana town, in which the writer used the expression that he Why go limping around with ach ing, puti'ed-up feet feet so tired, chafed, sore and swollen you can hardly get your shoes on or off? Why don't you get a 25-cent box of "Tin" from the drug store now and ehuldoli your tortured feet? "Tin" makes your fcit glow with comfort; takes down swellings nnd draws tho soreness and misery right out of fret that chafe, smart and burn. "T''s4" instantly stops pain in corns, callouses and bunions. "TIz'' is glor l iup for tired, aching, sore feet. No more shoe tightness no luore foot torture. supposed the other man "was slill making shells for the allies, for be lieve me, they still need tneni, for they have not got to Ilerlln yet auJ the mad fools are very lucky to keep even with the Cleriuuns." Ramsay Is said to have confessed. Hull MonMC for Roosevelt. Little Rock, Ark., April 20. He lutions indorsing Theodore Roose velt t'or president wiye adopted here today by the Arkansas progressive party convention. it there BRINGS GRIP AND GOLDS. ! -tuaf a nvtr tnlil inAnln aair f lifsvrt'ffl Tin flnnrrrtr in i ht A rlivtlttinnr Vwt of of Awiinf f lion are uncommon colds, colds which are dangerous; for many a fatal sickness begins with a cold. uimmoniy ine nrst symptoms ot a cold is a chilly feeling, accompanied by sneezing, or a tickling in the throat. The most fre quent of external causes are draughts, wet or cold feet, or going from hot rooms suddenly into cold ones. More frequently there is an inner cause the stagnation of blood caused by constipation or biliousness. Almost the first symptom is the feeling of cold in the feet and increased ilischHrtrr. from the nose. followed by bronchitis, trrip or even by wuaumtJuoii. Don't Wait fcr a Complete Breakdown Bad, Unhealthy Blood Makes an Unhealthy Body and Weakens Every Okg an. Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery (in Tablet onfc. liquid form) Works through the stomach, direct on the blood, and will make it red, rich, pure and health-giving'. Pimples, Boils and -other Skin Diseases are driven avvav. DO NOT WAIT! DELAY IS DANCEUOUS. Start using the "Discovery" to-day. Send for Complete Treatise on Blood Diseases. common sense medication: No one ever takes cold unless constipated, or exhausted, and having what we call mal-nutrition, which is attended with impoverished blood and exhaustion of nerve force. Of course, when the blood is in this stagnant condition the germs of grip, catarrh, consumption, malaria or any other disease find a fertile field v "" ' "" "u Kiuw. me. nrsi symptoms tne careiui person will heed the warning by takinn mild laxative. About tho handiest and best thing is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. little suzar-coated granules, an i :i?eil n' jn the 1 ,, i . . . , . ii mj-'i'x.a , mil ticuo 0. SMJlfllllllX t U!'i- , mucous membrane, hi lavs uie irritation and at thn and you are rejuvenated- new rich blood rills your arteries. mild laxative. About tho handiest and best thing is Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, little sugar-coated granul which come in vials and are perfectly harmless to the system- If tho cold starts with a cough and persists then i Dr. I leree s .Golden Medical Discovery should be taken. This tonic compound is composed an extract of root arid herbs ( ingredients printed on bottle-wrapper), and has a. soothing effect u?n 1