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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Monday, October 23, 1916.
HUGHES Mm TO HYPHEN DEIiS, SO RECORDS OF O'Leary, Who Sent Insulting Message to President, Vouches for Terms Made With Republican Candidate ROOSEVELT DENOUNCED FOR SPEECH IN MAINE Astonishing Disclosures of Secret Organization of Alien Born Persons to Dominate American Politics, (The ifoiirnnl would not linvp ul the following, iikIoiiikIIiik story wired from New nrk lust night hut for ln fnt ilml Hubert, W. Woolley, In charge of llu- publicity bureau of I he democratic niitloiinl campaign rnnimlftec fii'iii it telegram imtmiiihII) miidilng for I In' ao urm y of every MaU'iiirm of fai t wlili li II tntnliis.) (PIGIA. DIVPATCM TO MOtlMIN JOUNNAll Now York, ('i t. 22. The democratic T t lona I committee torlny Ttimlo jiiihlli' the official minute and authentic mrnnL'raphlc) transcrlpta of eerlnln proceeding of tho Ainerleiill Indo pcnilcnce.cnnferotire the blfch-Kntind-Ing title f tho neCrcl, racial organi sation unilor which Jeremiah A. OXeary Hnd bin assoclatci hiivo heen mtinkliig their furtive and niillnn-wlihi campaign It) tho lnUrcHt of Charles Kvnim Hughes. Tn addition to dim lofdnir tho no touncllng fact of a personal confer ence between Candidate Jlut?hen and the nu'iiihorn of tho upeelal committee representing the O'Leary organization, and the existence of u workliiK agree ment between It and tho repuMlean tiiitlornil committee, the recordo reveal the nm ret purposes, phim and Henpe of tho luidy In all their KtartllnK bold neim nnd daring-, glvlnir tho tllseloH tiren n deep nnd national Algidflcnnec far beyond the Intcresta of lliu prea siU riuni'HU'n. The documents made puMle by Oip iletnueruHc national (omiiiMU-'U dls t'lodo: I Wlmt poeiimont Shown. I V'imt. Thn personal conference be tween I'ltul'lea, Pvani Hoidim and the v.-e, nil committee of the organization, held pome tlin between ricptcmbcr 7 lind Heptcmber 80. Second, Thn (Wmatid of tho special rnmuillleo upon (ho republican na tional candidate, Involving an liiKolent rebuke which for diiriiiK and audacity lina no precedent In American poll tic. 'llilrd. The promise made verbally by Mr. Hughe uflcr an apologetic ex ilanallOi of IiIh now famous telegram, f entiKratiilalloiiH to Theodore Koone-j vent upon tho orcnalon of the lalli ft tnlne upeei h. Itoiirth. Tho fulfillment by Candl dato Hughes of hlH promise iih manl femed hy hlH attack on the Hrltlsh embargo and blacklist and other cain palKn iipeoche designed to hold the Uernian vote, and hy tho acceptance .f Mn candidacy hy the organization. I'lflli. Tho working agreement wit h the republican national eoiuinltteo for complete eo-operatlori hetween the two organization. Mth. Tho reward: the it n tin I if led nidoraemcnt nnd support of Charles Kvhiih Hughes hy tho o'l,oaiy nggre Kiitlon and thn accrot anppnrt of cer tain republican count cunhicm. iseveiitli. The ( uliri alinent by both Mr. JIukIion ami hln cji iiipnUn mann K'tH of their dealitiKH with thiH body, even after tho inxultlntr teleciam to riCHldent VIIon by Jeremiah o'l.eary - part and parcel of the American In dependence conference political prop (11,'anda -haij iiioiimJ the ( i n lc n'liluiinl of the nation. I tKtt Ii. The law, chapter 392 of the I'nilcd State Htatnten at lare (as Hinended) proldniK for publicity of contribution) h iiipllcithln to "nil in in It t ' s. iiHKOclatlotiH or ort;anl7n tloiid, bbh Khali In two or mote aim en Influence the remit or attenipt to infhi. 'ii.e the result of an election at which rcprefceiitnth ch u i'oiigref:i are to be el. i ted." 1 1 niil- Is Implicated. Tho fa. It coiuciniiiK tbe character and nlma of the American Independ ence ronfereni'e. Itself revealed bv theMe documents, it i o no lens astound Ihk than the MiscIomiics which ttisep ernbly link to Its activity both Candi date lliiflics ami hm iunip:ii n mana fcera. TheMo facts estal'llshed: I1rt The personnel and chin ac tor of the promoters of the so-called American Independence i onfci ence. ii shown by tbe rost. r of members if It national campaimi eouimitlee. who with Jeienuali liLcniy ntt.-iubil the meetliiK" of that body held nt lw troll on September I and at Chi cago on September SO. Stxanl. I lie alllaiice am: i o-o (ration between the Ameiban lud. l-endenee conference and tbe Ainrri ran rmbn rpi eoiifeiene as .lisclo In tho report by the committee o the pinna of the former oi i.a uiat ion and hy tho fact that Will W. Mcl'ou ald, general manager of the embargo i onference, ta a ineiliht r of tho na tional committee of the Independ ence conference. Third. The peimnneni v of Its r.r Ionization Hiiil its unraii'H'J putpose of dominating Ametliiin election!), pot only on this preHidenii.l iem palRn hut aa pointedly pi oclaimed, In ail future (lections l ourlli. The purely racial and un let putpoMN of the organization as a weapon vengeance and foiee mumst Anglo Saxon Influence a revealed in the official lepoit of the committee on pi. his. rtfu. MEETINGS SHOW lii I'lCscut and futuic.ihc. Amcibau .iiiUpctid THIS IS THE FIRST PHOTOGRAPH OF ..-"" -T, VS.--. ;--.. .S - - " '. 3: Zm! ' -1 i :.S'!1-;4 v.) i rczz;x-i j - , , L- i ' ", . I ' yJ -I W rlyve "I t - J1 i U. - , , i 4 : ' i ii - rriv HUVrl fnvr va t ' 7 ' --" ixx i"I , y v ' ?'w, f a ' v - , " - v ,Vr "'",s - i- 'S , ' 'L.-)-" ' " o. 1 . t &f , t $ ' v -3 -.v A-....-...;. - .v.......:. ...v.v..v. ,, v...; .... i v v j . ... This Is tho real r.rltlsh "tank," Kniph mIioum it much ililfennt from Swiiitou, Inventor of tho "lank." inembera are enjoined lo extend their oath of nllcKlcncc to tlie oi ca mz;i I inn "to their children iim their children's children" the oath of the vendetta. hlvth. Tho avowed purpose of the seeiet oi L-alil.atlon to secure the election of Charles Pviiiim Ilu.;lies and cerliin f.ivoied caudidatea for coiiKi'esH. TIiokc ll'ifJ'iil ut .MiflliiK. Those ntteiidiliK the ineetini' In ClilciiKii on SfeptoiulHr 3d a. (lis- closed by the Mutinies, were: Carl P. Schmidt, national man, Macomb utreel, Mich. William Hohlemiei k, 4IMK Htreet, Chlcann, III. K. .Meckwllz, Port Wiiyne. i hair Iieti olt, I Prank H. ThomaM, Topek.t, John H. Moore, Colli, mil New York, st reet, lion. Daniel P. (i.holan, Past Ninety-fourth atreet, New Yolk. P. tl. Slelnke, 2 lioslin street, Cluclnnall, O, () N. .lacohsen, 4 '.'it ft North ller- mlla,'e incline, ChlcaKo, HI. " ' i Hans Vuirr, 404 I nt crna I iotia I l,lfi.ij hiilldliiK, St. I. mils. Mo. t incur K. Sell., Wall street, New Yolk. Call Held, U.TO North Third slreet, J Cl.velaml, o. i Colon S'-hott, Klitl Provldcnl Pnnkj luilldllii'. Cincinnati, d. Kiidolf Panenslei her. 30 PdKl Pol ty-Hi coud slreet, New York. j C. P. I.nndiiil;d, HJI Sumnii rdaln avenue, Chiciit:o. Howard P. Wuililer, WiirlllV.crj builUlnn, Cincinnati, ( i, I lliistav K. Cams, 1.107 Sevelilll atreet, l,a Salic, HI. ! .lam." Tucki'i' Imilli'i;. 130 North Pi f th avenue, Chleano. III. I'red i;li'bi, r, 114 Magnolia hired, ChlCMKO, "I. Jeremiah A d'l.eaiy, 3S Park How. i'W Voik. William P. .Macliomihl, r.O man street, Temple Court, New Louis Hamlin. '.'7 1 I Past Heek Voik. 1 .a ko Street, Mllllleapoll-i, Minn. AuhiinI ViI.mi, 1 I III Pleven street, ,M iniii'a polls, Minn. ( lot doll Stt the licpublic, Chi ca;o, prll. Worm, 1 Charles Noon, a Salle, 3M Pi ill. mill avenue New York. St. John Ciffncy, II wood. 4T. West Thhty ittK-ltcc. del fifth Co sl reet, New Voik. Joseph I'ley, 71 South si(Ual'e, New Vol k. Washington ) : 1 1 1 1 1 Pud. :;:i:tl avenue, SI l.oub.. Mi lllie.ll i.'S'clll, I i'J, I n K. ChiacKo. John A. ,loi; rce avenue, Chicago, South Claud Conway buibb ."io.'O Wayne Kobert P New York. Joseph A. Hold, 27 t I'Dollltcll '.a i clay sl re, I, :iu72 Palmer I'liii'd incline, iiuaie, CliicaM" J, 1'. Mmiiii-i Pake Wliod, i i. Victor Kidder ll I :: 2 7 Slants ..it mm, New c. S00 Walsin btiihl Ittd. York. .1. K. huh hone, inu. India na pulls, In. lie. IK,. C. street, .Miinieapoh laid. II Willow Sev cut h M tun. l ir. pa ui c, 1 1 us, i :'.o ; stieet, a Salle, HI. peinandin A Walter, "lit: view avenue, Chicago, 111. iinipiiign , i . hit. The members ,.f th,. uatau Creen- al coin- palgn committee Detroit meetlni,', polled to send t Chleai meeting. who alt nded the but w tie lo ii icu w ei e Wi le colll- ti the Hon. Alfred Knippett, ( 'm, inn u i ; John PallU. x Hi oadwav . N,w York lleiuy A. T.llldlies. to'. Chestnut street. Detroit. Mull ; Auto 1,. I'ctcl - I son. Davenport. Iowa; Hon l iank " S, lb, a lich. 1 1 Koanok llos 'It'ti. Mass; Arthur em Km in-', '' I Thud sti. et, Milwaukee. W is , All '' I H, Itlng. t. Alias bank 1 uildii,-;. ( " ciuiial i, 1 l ; Chat les N. Issel, I 0 I S St CI. ,ik avenue. Cleveland, ( The ,pos,ire of tbe official e. ,..v of the omanizaiii.n at this time will probably sen e the pi,ip..se of thwart. I II if olle of Its main obje, ts. the con cealment of the sour, es ,.f its finan cial suppolt and the ch. ,1. i, lei of Its disbui sen, i tits The eoininiti, e in theiroffici.ll npolt HailklV .o,-ses the intent. on to inflii, n,e the election of ii pi, si but ax will as in ml.eiK it eoiii;tes and plan the cxpeiidilure of money upon a iii.igiut ude which Ihcv themselves state will ov ci sh.olow of either of the 1, mil. II political tie". Ppon th,. fa. t of th, so . r thcrcfoic, Ihe national coittmilie. that pal - Colds. e .f etcr- ere which has ovi'iiuu the (Jerman treixhcs in Prance, The "tank" is tbe photograph.-! ejven out. here at tlu lime the nlory was cabled. ence- the aclise working body comet within Ihe provisions of the chapter :i!i of the Cnlted Slates htat ules at bui;e (as nmeiideili provldinn "for publicity of ( ontribiitlons." Hy Its leiiiis the law is spi-. lf lea 1 ly appli cable to "all com m it I ee a.-isoeiat Ions or orKuni.atioiis which shall in two or more sbiies Influence the result or at tempt to Influence the result of an election at w lib h represent at I vch in oiifcicsa are to be elected. 'oiiforcncc With llulics. The personal conference between Hughes and the spci ial eoinniittce, the da niacin- !! 1 1 y In t lie ofl c i,, minutes I)overof Ihe meetlni; of the national c.im i 1 1 1 i 1 1 - of the American Independence ml. I conference held in Chicago, Septem Kmii. I her .'in, winch slates that Charles Pv- " "a Honlies lull I a secret. personal conference Willi the special commit- tee referred to is as follows: "J. A. tV Peary then reported to the national coininlllci' the uiccliiiu that the apeclal i oinmittee had with the republican pi chnb m i,i ( undid. ite and Have the KalhertiTrf' n-.l)iail-il ri port of the Intel view ." The mi elliiK of September 30 was preccMled by a meeting held In I'e Iroit on Sepleinber 7. At the Detroit meeting Carl P. Schmidt, i liairi 'an of the national commitlcc of the Amctl- irii Independence conference, Jere miah A. O'l.eary, will K. Mai Donald and Prank Seibetllch Were selected as inembera of the special cominiltce and were Instructed l place before Mr, 1 1 ii In h a writ tin document set line forth the demands of the oi'Kalii y.a I ion. The e demands, w lib h arc also made public by the dcmoci.iiic nalion al oomiiiiltce, were reduced to wrilinu at the Detroit mcctnm. Tbev were Kilned b' the full mem bership of the national committee in attendance at the Detroit iiicclinu. Tllc appeal' in the official records of the oreaiii.at ton umlcr the heading, "Matciiienl read llmilies by tin In Onirics lAans conl'cl'cncc sNclal i iioiinil tee." Ihe Hcmands M 'de. The Iciulds do nut disclose Ihe pre cise dale or place of the personal prc seti I a i a oi of ihe demands of t'aiidt- lato lliii.',hes. The conceded fact, I howeier, is that Jeremiah A. ii'Peary, as spokesman of thi-i siicclal comnilt- II polled to the Chlcal.'.o llll etllll'. on Sept, tube! w 1th the replil . I i I 1 1 . had be, I I't.e.ii v re: ile detailed lcioil ;a that Hi, moel nig ntial can thai Mr. is with a presbb hi and follow ll d b I' the Intel v bw. The ilentand: p.dlowlng is the del to Mr. Hughes with t presented dalion of i 'Hie ape'-Hl committee: j "We, representing a large perecnt f the I'niled t he pi Inelplcs age of Ihe voters , States who believe in of American independent c and .sover eignty in coiifereiti sscmi'lcd at De- I roil, Mb h , September 7, I ! 1 ii, have been attracted by Hie telegram of congratulations which was sent by Ihe Hon. Cbaibs P, Hughes, republican candidate for pr, si, lent of the I'nilcd States to Theodore KonseVelt upon the deliverance bv hlni of a public speech j at ti e ciiy of p, wiston, Me., which i eat Hod witli it bv expression and Im plication, an endorsement by Mr. Hughes, or Mr. Poos'-v e!t 's pro-lirit-ish and a lit i-A iiiei ica ii public inter ances, which position has herelofor" I ecu condemned bv Us in i onference and convent Ion. as Inconsistent with American Idea's and Alltel lean his tory. Iioosevcll Heinuiiiocl. j "I'ndcr these ri! vumstam cs we ,le i sire to call Ihe attention of Mr. ' 1 1 unites to Ihe fact that Mr. Koosevelt, ' .'oliiatcd by lace prejudice and a de :siie pi serve Hiitish Interests, design- ( d!v alt.-, ke,l a l.irs'e part of the Am. in an people, while he did not imtitioti tun of the flagrant, arrogant t and continual 1 1 a usgt t ssintis upon I Ann ta aa iii.hls. by tireat Hritain j upon (be high seas' Any interference j wi.li and destitution of American ! trade and lonimctce with belligerent and o. niiai i, ale mis. any violations on j I he san i ttti of t he P ni ted States malls. janl b, .vcotimg and blacklisting of j ' A in, l icaii business men and business Inti rests , oiisiittiiing dictation and; cotittol ,,f A,,,, j,, an domeslic and for- i emu lomiiieice; ihe denial of Ameri-j "tn 'ii telgc.ty light to purchase and1 jOpeiate ships of belligerent poweroj j id) d,,l lo binld un an American nier-1 i bant marine, tin boarding of Aincr-j b an ships on ihe high seas and thej w ,. mjri, ,lmll0r f icinov. l ih. i, from of passengers con-! additional customers with our guar liarv to pre, ediit established by hinted whole milk. Cuaianteed that (Heat Pril. tin's demand on our own jail the ream is in the tniik that the nation ill the Maiioii Seidid rase dttr- cow put there. A month's trial will tt etiilnurd un J'nge lour.) THE REAL BRITISH m .ore ARE RETREATING IE Chihuahua Is Quiet, Precaution Is Be Taken by General Trovino to Guard Against Attack, IBT MOMNIN JOOKNAL IMCIRL LIAID Wllt Chihuahua City, Mrs,, Ucl. L'L'. -The concent I ali'd f.uees of Villa are retreating from Presuo toward S.inta Ysabcl. closely fo.lhiweij b the.colll liiaml of (iineral (izuna. nceoidiUK t" an oll'icial report, riven out today by ( I ciD iii I Trovino. Decisive action is expected in it few days, Chjliiialma. City is unli t, and every precaution has been taken liere against any surprises. WtKllll lt STOUY Ms O.l A WAS Dlil I'A I :i PI Paso, Tex., ct. 22. In the lack of detailed news o ihe battle between the forces of Villa and Carran.i, ru mor which claims Mexican origin. says that Crucial iizuna w,u III a trap by Villa, liznna hciiiK killed anil his forces la led. ' C.lllL-hl ll illisel I' aiinihi- from Hecent .scnil-official reports M,,vi ...ii Chihuahua City, passed by military c I'lisorship, develop these statements: Ccneral ii.una with a force of 2,0nll cayaliy, two sections of ma-j chine (tints and a la rue supply train, hit Chihuahua City on t iclober lit ti) take Hie field imaiiist Villa, who thalj day was reiorted in San Andteas,! lorty miles from Chihuahua, on the lili,. of the MeMco Nort h western rail-t way, which out of the Andreas is miles from A niessac. makes a downward loop city in a bee line. San only about I went y-five ( ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 1 1 1 : l . t- dated Ihe PXIh said t hat i b in ra I i izuna. hi i ti nei al Trevino ti Mexico Northwest column wiih th. ii long the line at has and Santa V: d been otiiorcil by i proi d along the rn, reinforcing his troopa stationed proMiut, Pas Piiso abid, which would add a thousand men to his 'Oil! III.' ml. title r iiic.v-.Mr.es mentioned Santa X sa be) as ( izuna's base. Villa's personal force was said hist wick to contain son armed and l.nnu unarmed men, but a later messa"o spoke of the concentration of the .'(iiii-inilependeiit commands under I. is control. The In ief message since the first clash on iiclobel- L'fl have placed the j lighting at San Andreas, forty inihs (ii the railway from Chihuahua City. Satil.i Ysahel, thlity miles; raloinas. nboul eighteen utiles, and lastly piesno, which ls only ten mill : from Chihuahua Ccticial 'I'levino'.s l'.eaihiuartrrs tietieral (ionzalcs at. Juarez said tonight that he had no further in formation than that contained In the dispatches to the Associated Press. Conditions a i o calm in Juarez, where an election for deputies to the constitutional revision congress took plat e today. liciiver Aiviileiils ratal for Two, Denver, Colo,, (i,t. 22.--1' jProwning, ;s, a boilei -maker, was i Instantly killed, and James Poach. 4.1, n switchman. v.ts fatally injured iii accidents in Denver today. Itrown ing's niolorcjile collided with a .street car. Koaoh, who is married. sus tained a fractured skull when be was struck by a switch engine. Sues Santa IV Kailway. Santa Pe, Oct. L' i' . T. p. Cooper has sued the A. T. ,x- S. V. Kailway company for $!.", 2 1 7 damages I i reason of persona! damages sustain, d when Cooper's automobile stalled on a railroad crossing finl was slruck a Santa Pe train. by I MILK Call St roup parm, I42JP1. BEFOR 01 "TANK" TO REACH THE UNITED STATES. n adaptat The photi Ion of an American tractor used on larj;e faints. The actual photo graph was taken on the field of bailie. The insert shows Colonel What Is 'Cap' Gillen water Up to ? Every body Wants to Know 'milimirl I rum Tiikc On.) the republican candidates for office have notlcn out of it is just exactly nothing at all. And Tlicn Aiiiiin. ! It is Kcuerally understood In Santa j Pe that it was upon the advice of j , r- . j their chairman that the various re IJUl LVCI y ! publican candidates entered upon the campaign of libel suits atjainst. news papers that has been a feature of this campaign. This also was not at all like "Cap." Pinliie sensitiveness to criticism has never been known as a 'iillenwater weakness. In former I'iKlits he has always had his candi dates stand u 1 take their medi cine. It has mattered little to him what the newspapers said about his ticket so lone; as he and the men for whom he was working were KettinK alonn in the matter of collecting Voles, Presumably, the idea of InaitKurut liii; the libel suit campaimi was to present the widespread discussion of the records of the republican candi dates which, in the cainpaii-'n of lit 11, reached the extreme edne of the limit of bitterness and acrimony. To put it bluntly, it Is presumed that "Cap" t lo iih 111 he would muzzle the press of Ihe stale rcmirdini; the alleged short comitiKS of his candidates. The result has been just the oppo site. ' The press lias none blithely and w liolc-hoarledly on ils way and said just what was on ils mind only the ptess lias not taken at, all kindly to ""' lunlll'r of having a Iliad suit poke I "I 'ls bead every time a candidate for office was criticized for some alleged offhial fhortcoming in the past. Well informed republican politicians j now privately admit that the libel uits filed by republican candidal, s in Hi present campaign have cost the ticket hundreds, perhaps thousands, of voles. Pepuhliraits Wonder. Republicans who have been in the j thick of other campaigns 1 Mexico frankly admit that, j puzzled at, "Cap's" line i 111 they New are of attack. I ing up his' ; they liope lie lias soini i sleeve, but they lire afraid h, in pull- ing ;i bone - that he is overtrained ami off his sl rid, I hat his right hand has lost its cunning, to say nothing of his left hand, both (lis feet and dome or thought. . 'lie of the best known repii'm" In New Mexico a man who take his republicanism with intense serioti -niess and really believes that there in no! other real prosperity except that which conies out under a republican high tariff label, recently said: "We tried mighty hard to get Cap In take the chairmanship. I was one of Iho-e that begged and pleaded with him to sacrifice himself for the good of the party. I think now that I could have stood the blow if he had persisted in turning u, down. Not jonly that, but I would be pet feet h willing' to swan him to the democrats and throw in a bonus w ith him." Another View. Another republican who makes a study of causes anil effects in politics, and who has something of a gift of Picturesque speech, gave an explana tion of the matter that is a little out of the ordinary. "The trouble with "Cap," he said, "is that he's used to working with a whole lot of money back of him and I he hasn't gut it this promised it to him. hut time. They tln-y haven't is that Cap ! made good. Tbe i-snlt hasn't got the tools he's us used to ban- Ullllg. Not only that, but it him nervous ,, y.nv j nm ma ke l cam puigii without enough to , hok ning around in l Wad ' a cow kale 1 he': big run- short , i, , . s lie continued. ' "It's a flight." tcally. vou i an t h Cap. About all lp feeling sorry he's been able t.r to get has been from l-'rank Hubbell. nnd j you know f rank luil.s when he gives i up coin just like he does w hen he I thinks of having his neck amputated. j ' "' J ve piomis.ai that there'll b, a aunch of cum l a lav . but tlmv v.. I , ' ' V left, re election 'ti promising some- j i n in h ok, 1 1 1 a t , cr still thc oonven- lion, and we lie-d it rk-h! now ir it j uoesn t come soon I'm afraid 'ap w ill be citiet mourner at hi ow c. funeral. ' Tony Ortu left last night for Pe He had been summoned t, on the petit jury in Die vniU t district court. Santa serve States UMVEfjTpft OF THE TANK. GOTHAM EXPECTS SEASON OF FREE SPENDTHBIFTNESS i Gilded Stores of Shopping Dis trict to Lay in a More High Priced Stock Than Ever Stored, SPICIAL CORNiarONDtNCE TO MORN I NO JOURNAL) New York, (let. 22. More mil lions of dollars than were ever spent brie in any one season will he lav ished on luxury all over this town iHuiitL,' the coining ''Winter, ace ordhiK to estimates compiled today by hotel, show and shop men, on the basis of Ibis fall's forecast of spectacular spendiiii?. Cleaned out by the crush of persistant purchasers, the gilded stores of the shopping section are hustling to lay in" more ltiwh priced slock than they ever stored, while restaurant and hotel managers are si heminn for more spine to feed their clicking cash registers. With every theater seat sold far ahead and taxis thrashiiiK about, under a double de mand, the men who measure the siliis of a spendthrift season now (let ciare that Colliam will ulaher more money before spline; than was ever scattered about this metropolis by visitors in a single season. I XViitchiiii: Whitman. DrtiotineiiiK the political play thai i resulted in ending Thomas S. lis- j bin lie's services lo the state as an of- ficial of the prison department, New J Yorkers are this week watching for Ii.rtlie,r evidence of the petty party politics that set back the prison re form in which everybody is interested here. If republican schemers succeed in getting the governor to give them the wardenshlp at Auburn, where Warden Itallinan's work is endorsed by every criminologist in this city, it is predicted that thousands of real admirers of real prison progress will ;ebt ke the state administration on i hction day. Tammany tactics are no novelty to the people of greater New Yoik, but they are apparently determined thai no governor shall introduce them ttilo prison work without a powerful protest at the polls. Paralysis Peril. Pearing- a flare-up of the waning paralysis' epidemic in schools, where more than a million children have re cently'' reconvened, the health heads are now secretly tightening up their quarantine requirements against a sudden spread of this disease. With Princeton students shut up mid scores of private preparatory schools j ,s, gi egated oir account of cases witli tlicir walls, the examiners are si tiding in alarming reports of poten tial outbreak. Though parents ev erywhere believe that the first frosts will kill this deadly ncrtn, the experts are not so sure that this epidemic may not last through the winter and on into another hot season. Park Protest. Protesting against a thousand and cue schemes tc pre-empt park space for other '.purposes, thr people of this town are now fighting to keep ! ( entral park purely as an outdoor playground of giensward and gar den. Though art gallerie. mirht I raise the artistic ton,, of a compara tively few visitors, their foundation I spare is worth thousands of dollars' worth of space for the peopl ''s play in natural surroundings, it is held, while the sight of a little plot of real, r.rcen arass to metropolitans is worth yards of colored canvass. in spite of all the efforts of the high-brows, i; seems that every square foot of card, n will be retained in the parks beie against al! contemplate,! art gal lery encroachments. Since Peter Dunne found a ban.l rf resident burglar boys in hi-i winter house uptown, this whole town has been joking htm on the perils of leav-j intj town for even a day. As this bov I i. . .. i . . - ' .. .in n socoun-siory men seems to I f e locate,! for weeks more or less ill the suirouiming houses, the author of Mir. Dooley finds he has nothing on Vis neighbors in harboring casual frrsi-air inmates While he wa an-.tv THOSE SUDDEN TWINGES I'.rln Cll-t'rlll.e to f (iiiim'oiio i;i:iii..i. ""ki. I'ain is nature'H siKnal of (listr,.i . A warnlni; not to be ignored ' Those sharp twiniies iM the 'l,. Those sudden, slab-like paiiis'uK ' stoopliiK Wh"'1 Are freiiueiit tlgns of ki,i trouble. k"inV To remove kidney pains, yu m.( assist the kidne.VH. mu! i s" a ii'Mi u ami iiroen l ; i remedy. eill None more hiwhly end Iioaii s Mdney nils. Kndorsed abroad etidurs,, home. at Kead AlliUiiiieniue testiin.,m. II. i:. SchtiHter, aonti s. .;,n,'h s. AlbiHineniue, says: "In i,lv wrk Konietimes do heavy lift iiik. Tliisinn rttant strain betan to tell oil m,. S,,r" twinge., si,ot through die small ,,f '., ! Iiack ami I had headaches and ,iv7 spells. 1 was ill had whape. i u 'l ..r...., l,,..rr.l ..f n, .., i-i , ' "'"I .iiien I,,..... ,.i n ixiiincv pj and I nave them a trial. The fjr,, boy. .strengthened my kidneys an, drove away nil the aches and ,, Since then I have taken 1 loan's Kid uey i him ii' ii i iine needed kidney medicine and they havt failed me.'' I Kami never Trice r.nc, nt all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy BH 1 loan's Kidney pills the same thd .mi . ticiiu.Mer nan. t oster-.I!lin "urn Co., props-, liuilalo, N. Y. An Inside Bath Makes You Look and Feel Fresh Ssya a class cf hot water with pho3phate befere breakfast keep Illness away. This excellent, eommon-sente health meaEure facing sdoptsd by millions. I'tiysicians mo world over recoiii inend the inside bath, claiming this is of vastly more importance than out side cleanliness, because tho skin pores do not absorb impurities int., the blood, causing ill health, while the pores in the ten yards of bowels do, Men and women are urged hi drink each morning, before breakfast a Klass of hot water with a leaspiiaiifal of limestone phosphate in it, as a haimless means of helping to wash from the stomach, liver, kidneys mill bowels lite previous, day's lndigrstilil,. material, poisons, sour bile and toxins; thus cleansing, sweetening and puri fying the entire alimentary canal bp. fore putting more food into the stom ach. Just as soap and hot water cleanse and freshen the skin, so hot water and limestone phosphate act on the i-limi-native organs. Those who wake up with bad breath, coated tongue, mudy i,,sto nr have a dull, aching head, sallow cnni tdexion, acid stomach; others w ho art: subject to bilious attacks or r, instilla tion, should obtain a quarter pound of limestone phosphate at the tlrus store. This will cost very little l.ut is sufficient to demonstrate the value of inside bathing: Those who ran tinue it each morning are assured of pronounced results, both in regard t health and appearance. AZTEC Fuel Company Gallup Lump Gallup Stove Native Wood Sawed & Split Mill Kindling PHONE 251 SPECIAL TO WOMEN The most economical, cleansing and germicidal ot all antiseptics i A soluble Antiseptic Powder to be dissolved in water as needed. As a medicinal antiseptic for douches In treating catarrh, inflammation ot ulceration of nose, throat, and that caused by feminine ilia it has no equal. For ten years the Lydia E. 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Chamberlain's Tablet" net aid digestion, but strengthen acd w-S orate the stomach. ' I (jri."'"! ! - 11 ; - - . 1 ! i u 1 I ft T 1 ' -4 . i: : ' . ' i V ' '.. ."' I - ( '. f s