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-4?bu9"erq"e Morning Journal Friday, October 27, 1916.
Sifflpte Laxative Remedy tsesi wr wnszipatwn ..LI'""" Ryrtip out i vp-in - But" ..iiiiint I See in Oil III- or an or In- of the frW con- 1, the doctors agree of Ilic bWeii s an health. ,1,,-inc cnest "i m.i ,, .voir on-. n ,imo 'r". ;,, constipation 'S and one l"" .nn win a llu 111. Is "I" M tauno fll- ,r the various remedies 1 ,i,,i for i no relief of conaU- mniorlty of home to ';"i0!1, Jlbinatlon of simple-laxative (lay""7 , I. ,-,..'OKIUZ-l "S 1 111" m i'"u ....... .,nv ineraaalns 1,!,'r0 rf!"'r' !t.t. afclendld remedy liof in Wa " ... t bottle, i from . h i SOW "" i li n , , i ...,, sit t ..11 I ' ' , I ' . In. euhiweii Druggist every- cent! a I 'Mill .1. ..Mi' t.. - i i Utoyrup iMl hl'.fol"L ,ff... live remedy for Mill ' 1 ,ver used and that .ni.'l i i" ;X Mr HI " 0A lawn tram. .iaai ... nics Ash j FRENCH SUPPLY SYSTEM IRKS bottle necesaa i ) ill's Byrup ami does gently a manner, its freedom ptatei or narcotic druse makei tin' ideal f a mil j laxative. lo avoid Imitation! ami ineffective substitutes be sure you Met Dr. Cald- J W"'U s.svrup Xeusill. See that i simile oTlr, raid wain vlguatun i his photograph appear on iha yaltotn j carton In which Hi.' buttle is packed i a trial pottle, free of charge, can in Pepitn is a j obtained by writing to Dr, w. H. Cald iu". gripe or well, 45B Washington Ut., Moittlccllo id brings re-1 Illinois. of it on hand PROSPECTUS IF KW MEMBERSHIP Ferg attractions as a legislative cen ter; tenth district. Santa Ke, Henja- I uiin P. Pan key, the only republican i state senator thus far renominated; eleventh district, Taos, Kninon San chez, who Mrved 111 Hie legislature ill territorial days; thirteenth district, Siena, Qranti Luna and Socorro, S. ("ox, who is a new man; fifteenth district. Torrance, iitero, Lincoln and Socorro, J. . Tully, who has served in the Ionise sixteenth district, Dona Ana, .1. i'). Itelnburg, who has served in the house; aeventeenth district. HcKlntey county, John a. Gordon, a newcomer; nineteenth district, Chaves county, Ueldrum Qray, a new man... ! twenty-second dlsrtlct, Quay count) J, II. Bridges; twenty-third dlatrlcl Quay countq, Dr, .1. it. Westerfleld, a new man; twenty-fourth district, Grant County, YV. , Murray, a vet eran iii the legislative halls. f'l. .. .1..... I d,U n . .nfl. , co.MloKDIa 10 oN".. J..i,..tl no- oe, ue iioono.es ...... v Oct, 26, A lair rata ong aisinci wacriimenig i.a.a. a m Mined by this time of the man ; fourth district, . k. Qulntana, i membership of the next leg-j new to the game; fifth district, Isaac There will he many newj Barth, who served in the last state the house the Spanish- senate; seventn utstriei, .unites no- apt to have a stronger raoro, a new man in legislative hails; presentation th in they have had! eighth district, A. . LUCero, who is rMiuwHlons. Tor the state sen-! new; ninth district. Q. C. Smith, who , the republicans have thus far ,.aJc the following nommati ml district, San Miguel at IcaoMa Balasar, a I : Spanish-Amenrans Apt to Have a Stronger nepre-i sentation Than They Have! Had for Some Sessions, tv and lerlcaat In are ms: Sec d .Mora i in ih was thrown out of the house: tenth, Melvln o. new man; eleventh dlstrlc Ahieu; thirteenth, H. L, rjinlative game; third district, Quad- teentn, IgM and San Miguel counties. Add-. Mima i lld Tafoya, who, however, refuses run because the republican plat form premises submission oi tne pro- hlilon issue to the voters; f'.inlh SrMt Rio Arriba, Perfecto fcis- IbtL who served in the oonatitu- tmttl eMvention; fifth district, Ber-I aliltO, Sail Jucn and Sandoval, V. ( H iSrbunan, w ho has served In the cMutltutional convention and the! tfUlattirs, but in the lower house; 1 nts district, Rio Arriba and Sando-i ji. Bmlliano Lucero, who has l n public Office e'r Ihis; seventh dis-I rict, Bernalillo, Qeorge A. Kaseman; phth district, Colfax, ColsO J, C9a H new to the legislative halls; ninth i iistriet. Union and Colfax. J. F. j i anson , who also is new to Santa Nominations In the house, equally, In fact, ; ide, for outside Llewellyn. R, P II. Winston, are iVithoul REAK A CHILD'S II BY CI1C SIRUP OF FIGS rases the little liver and bowels and they get well quick, stomach, liver thorough clean- When rt . . u j if i (ruin n. r(i(i " i aii v t, ... if 1 1 TOWeia ;l if. rttlo "i ii (v Whan l.k f. i t y; lf bmtn is rtomach , ''S teaspoonful of "California 1 ''i(?s, and in a few hours all sMii-up, constipated waste, Dim ,ml ..n,nnn..,. , a ,, l',.nit,. ..w.p,.-si,-u l oou will ' "" mOVa out ,.f i , ho. fc wl lut ooweis, alio We a well, playful child again. r Chid nnirt. ., ' If a sore th. ' ,s leverisn or nas I,,; "11 Bvp a good dose of "Call 5 Is s ,?,;,f V''' t0 evacuate the ftinTi. L.. fferenc wbat other treat- i, , jvj'll?" needn't be coaxed to WltJons Bf Tv M rr,llt laxative." ihev l-... ... 11 andy l.e- mach liv action on the sto mrc ' Tv,"1" :'n. '"'"els is prompt and lwl:. ... . ' Know a little given tak Ask- va. , v eiuin loniorrow. Ill- n; r". "'."BKIst lor legislative Dunlavy, a t. Porlfirlo K.rr: f if - TlburClO Tores. sixteenth frenger; twenty-third, U C. Mersfelder. the socialists having nom inal. .1 C, B, Blackburn in that (ii trict; tWenty-fOUrth SlStrict, James Royal!, all Oi them nv Ul legislative matters. for the Ho'i'sc the new biOOd U oven more notice of Major W. H. H Barnes and prank most ..f the nominee! legislative experience. The republicans have nominated tne following: Third district, Bernalillo county. R, P Barnes, J. Felipe Ar mijo and Sotero Chaves; fourth. Santa l'e. Albert Clancy and Juan Shoema ker, fifth. HiO Arriba, Manuel sail ( in Luis O. Ortis; seventh Alninndro A ran da, Frank A. eighth. Colfax, K. N. Burch rique Mares; ninth, Taos, It Ma sea re nas. AnaStaciO van: tenth, Sandoval, OCtaviano U" i.,.v ,. lev. nth. Union, Malaqulas Baca .,,! rrtd B. Moore; thirtt (iuadaiupe. Reynaldo Ortls teenth, llcKlnley, 0, E. Oven l , yba; fifteenth, Dona Ana, c.onzal. s, VV. H. H. I.h wcllyn teenth, Lincoln, Ira . seventeenth. Otero, Dr. J. feld; eighteenth, Chaves land: twenty-first, I. una twenty-second. Grant, and W. B. Watson Walter Munciis. Airland: t went y-s. sent h .,,.A..,-..i i.,.,iro Salaxar: twenty uuu ....... eighth. Torrance, Santa fe Guadalupe, Julian Bancne, The democrats have Third, T. F. Passmore, donado Ed Chacon; f' c.nrcia. Clorlano Lueef .. if.. iu- Martinez: sev Jacob Floersheim, B. Mae c, v. DeRoss, T- F. l:iehard F. (laUhy. I I M. vv 1 1 Rrvan and Patro- I Ml 1 i ll. ... r ' - - I cino Romero: fifteenth. W ' man, Daniel Miranda; slxt I BOWder; seventeenth. L. while the socialists have , U Core: eighteenth, P i ,i,.,i, n w wiroud; oml, John W. Turner, Frank Veftl nventy-sixth. Lyman K Shaw, whli .... ..i lla. hawa noinmatcl . i Tl mtin KPVAd ill I he last io ,,,-, i wen i v-se enth, B L.i. i'.Mie...ieiiih. Nlcanor Bai The Other counties will h tickets ill the field by Mo A. Mora Roy; and Hen Clements Santlste nth. four ui. I. Jose six- Welinore. It. Wester- A. StrlCK- c. pierce; Faris V. I'.usii twenty-fifth, Fred H Rio Arriba and nomtnatea . i,,sC D. Mal urth, Patrlolo i; fifth. Juan enth. eighth, peters; nmi". edro Martlnes; liter Moss enth, R. l'- R. York. nominated . ii Lewis; t wenty-sec- legls- A, Candel- theii a fid-cent hot- Svruo of Fisrs." ms direCtionc tr hohlaa ages anil r,,r irrum-ilrK en ...... . 0. ..... f counterfeit, : , ' ""' "eware or: if. i, i'. . . uere. (iet the en- or n.i.a. hlrn ' ""'ornia . . " wunin ... en I Plainly l'unt Ida ARMY. YiMiCA, SECY, KILLED BY AUTOMOBILE "California Fig Syrup ! a rut., Suffer Mioraine or Sick Headache? mm h-,n,ni iru,NL i-icifcu iiie "t' Oct. is. scnuyie. i retary oi truck today Douglas Line, aged 27, assistant the army Y. M. C A. here, was Kv ii Ki.eedinL'. automohll.' late on the state highway, a mile west "I Douglas and instantly killed. HM body was dragged for more than fifty feet along the road, becoming en tangled in the running gear of the car The ear's two occupants did not ...... ..... r.,i,llv westward tO" nTII Mrs that thi.a.b... I ward Blsbee. Blal fflcers were f'lui,,,. des not sbortan ifta. 1 nniifieil An imtoinobile and a motoi - i,.,, - Dunti- lh.o,,,..! , nia. nine. N SZyw tia6 affl,,.Hl" bo C"M"- offer ;r tne Dpr, ' V,"",urfl oonksmnad to M,Bnlilth."B,; '"' H1'acks every few ?3J "J at;,ofu' rt' years of age. alt.r S'C n, I", 'e,i trequeR and 2. 'l:4 , B B" r" r-alllatlve mens- i m'!'i tahi, ' d " taking two !BBr. and nnWU,'n flr" y,l,P ?2i? hour, di,?n " ?"-kamnla tablet S '!' null, hi a . !in 81 'ck shortens Wo, '""u tnia. ,1 "" rpat and qnle ,r A. 1 ' 1 ulu. et. at cycle pursued the machine. ' t nBMi here from Plalnfield J. His father, who is said to he n wealthy manufacturer of picture post (aids, was notified. Mexican Dead From Exposure, c.n... .let IS The first di from exposure this fall Is reported from Silver City, an unknown Mexican being found frOfjm and started death on the road between the mining tamps of Tyrone and Wh.iv Wgna ith VILLft STRATEGY SHOWS S HREWQ 10 PERFECTION Precision Food and CAMPAIGN Soldiers Move in Bringing lip Ammunition; Diggii Done With Celeiity i lasealsleg rrf feiiespiiaileassj French From, i ict. -In all th villages, numbering between thirty and forty, captured during the entente rfenelve on the Bomme, supply col umns mingle in what looks Ute confu sion, hut this is more apparent than real. for everything works with the utmost precision and order. io soon as a position has been tak- en the supply depots move up and mffrSD . a.. composing the first, second and third lines an- made with extraordinary rapidity. In the combatant lines' themselves the movements of the! troops are naturally hidden from view. Ever) man Is called upon to dig himself Ul and, in very few hours even on a field of battle such as that extending north and south of the Bomm over a length of forty anbs .uiil a depth of perhaps ten. scan el. v a human being can he Men, i supply Hystcmv , Bi hind i he lines .list rlbutcd over an area probablj fifty miles euuare are! paiks of vehicles and provision and ammunition depots These are all connected by dozens Of lines of light narrow-gauge railroads, laid with un believable rapidity and Intersecting the fields In sver) direction. Horses are tethered In thousands waiting to be attached at any moment to vehi cles of every sort Used to dispatch supplies to any purl of the line, Along the roads, most of which have been specially cul even while the shell fin was still heavy In outer to relieve the main national routes usually reserv ed for the heavy motor-lorries and staff motorcars, convoys of carts ranging fiom the small donkev-cart to the large supply wagon with a team of four horses continually move to Or from the fighting line Junior, officers, many of whom In private life occupy high positions in business, "eeni to have adapted themselves swiftly to the new life so different from their regular occupation. At .very intersection one of (nam Is posted to direct the traffic and they do so ulth all the efficiency of the mernbers of a city police traffic sduad. Never during his sojourn with the French armies has the correspondent of the Associated Press observed any serious congestion. Repair I toads Quickly, Occasionally a German long-range! fun will tear great holes in the rOUdS In the endeavor to prevent reinforce ments coming up or the approach of ammunition columns. At once large Squads of men supposed to be enjoy- I Ins a reel from the rigors of the front ! nii7a Purpose Is to Diaw Forces From Chihuahua De fenses and Defeat Them by Guerilla Tactics. 1ST HO.NIHfl ...ii.N.. IPSeiAl ... . i WlRf F.I Paso, Tex., net '.: Arm) offi cers here who hSVl been following Villa's military operations against the Carranxu troops in western Chihuahua declared tonight that Villa was play ing a shrewd t une in Ins efforts to draw the Carranxa forces out of Chi huahua City so lie could attack them iii the ..pen country, where he could i J L.. '4 u mi .i.i .j. The army officers explain Villa's recent retlremenl from the vicinity of Chihuahua City m this w.i. adding that he is trying to gel the Carransa column under Gen. Carlos Osuna to proceed against iii.n In order thai he may defeat (hem and capture rifles. ammunition and other elements to be used by the men of his command who have no arms. They also say that Villa is refrain lug from attacking Chihuahua City for fear it might lead to complications with the L'nited States ami might cause the punitive expedition to re sume operation,! In the field against his tor. es on the tin ory that his grow ng military strength was a menace lo the American border. Cottolene jfi "The Natural Shortening ,s Nut-brown, tender croquettes t f T'TifilMTfa NJSS DBCaXFAiRBAilKiSBEl When Cottolene is used you nro certain of cro quettes with a tender, nut-brown crust :ind ill the inside goodness produced by perfect deep-trying. GMtolene is not Absorbed by foods fried in it, but keeps their gwd t.-iste and quality intact for your enjoyment. Try our tested croquette recipe. Cottolene is a uro food pnxiuct; whether used for short - etiiriK or for frying it makes the ood nutritions and wholesome bet- very way. -vv more r w y tT in . Ctmrfinnr kind of coi.W,! mm s Hsa, if thort of material, do msthad ..ttutt,r, or rlc-, to b.ct, mutton ei Rtht n,i to ehtoton, til), etn ur vpl, uJJ ,.H MOM erumbe. or rlcs. Moistsa tisiit OMSti wiih thltS wiiu saooa. Meal RWUM, nmi il.irk menta with to. mato, or brown tnui.'r, m,le quite thick. Sranon With mR nmi pappff and unlun ule II llkod, Whrn very ooid, tiip ttif ndsture Inn. but u or iylliul.ro roll H.t la alftr.l I. ir el . nunli,, Itipn brntrn rgg ill bild will, ON labloKpoon milk, then i-rumb HHKlti. lav , mill air In itfv CdttOlOB. hot n.iusll lo brown n !nt of lurad wl-lln you count forty, Uao a baaktit, and cook only four at a tlma. Oraln on I'lU'Cl, and l.o nr that til Ut la hot for each trying. Serve plain, or with ama Ilka that in tl.o mixture, only thinner. from "NOME MB PS," maI.J m if tiou MfMl our (iencrul esifi. , i. Uitsvr - NEGRO WOMAN KILLS SELF; FROMLAS VEGAS fSSSSiai DISPATCH TO HI.RNIN.) JUUNNA.I Winslow , Ariz., Oct 'it Buth Jones, a negro woman, killed herself bedroom uf her home here lo she had been despondent foi I sing lemp ham shot Ir th day. month, and upon Ing evidently wenl sam, for sh the hearl and died came to Wlnslovt from I, as X'eg.is, . ago, and it is said disowned her When she Jones. This was thoughi t started her loss of lieu It h a ml it a profitable Investment, forethought on Ihe pari ol the fellers "Ity this latter statement I do not may make the bin ker same money, man a deliberate slashing down Ofjna ell as help the rigging .lew and ihe gie.it. si amount of timber In thai the company, shortest rime, oi bucking trees In ''At th(. Drays river camp where two at a break m-. u pace, but In I this merit system was first installed id, putting a tree down where it the percentage, of reduction In costs v ut save the most timber; oftentimes I for ihe fatting al the end of the fjret n trei will saw ai wall In one placet season was M per aenti for lltg ... iii another, In which case a Hide I bucking the reiKictlon was -t:i ae cent as compared to ptevtoui years when no system was used, in other operation Where oondltesns were much moie favorable Hie costs for both falling and bucking have been reduced SH per cent." Need any help? Use ;i fournal Want Ad. tins morn .rarlly m it througl lluteiy, si., r husband few monthi fa mil oari Ii . hav hope. Smash the Hubbell-Gillenwater Machine it net EFFICIENCY BRINGS LUMBER MEN PROFITS r tl. MORNiNa ....... OPfOIAI i.nn w.nl. Efflciem Portland, Ore. iu lumbering, e and bucking op Oct. -ii ipeclally ire t mns, line : with i. .11. i level come and ' ire put to work to fill the gaps fresh macadam and huge steatn- appear from everywhere to the surface. Then Other TOO" on with tar piils and brushes oal the surface to prevent the rising Of dust as much as possible. The houses of the recaptured vil lages, when thej are still standing, ire largely In ruin but most of them are repaired and utilized as stables for horses. Some of the cellars have not suffered from bombardment and frequently squads of men are blUetted there. As a rule, however, the men in the rear of the fighting lines ate compelled to build or excavate their own habitations. Generally they pre. I'er to dig them out of the slopes of the hills and often they are so in geniously constructed that only on near approach can I hey been seen. Tens of thousands thus live In caves, whore they sleep on bundles of straw spread on the ground. During the two years Of war they have learned to make themselves very comfortable under these conditions SO different from those of their ordinary lives. All the men look In splendid condition, .f,,,. and the army doctors report, a vciv sma.U percentai;.' of sicklies, among: them. , , Anyone who has lived with the (Trench In times of peace at once re-j rks that the soldiers seem lo nave. 1 both in stature ana sirengm War, The men ol t he na - to thrive since they nave profits ploys, Paul I In his to unv to felllnt will brlnf Which em ii today bi coin p it was point. . irreydig, bf cathlamet, Was; tddress before the Pacific l.o guig congn declared tha install., the Sion here, pa ni . which stem, has f. A Kidney Medicine That Makes Friends Everywhere Get In Behind WILSON Thirteen years ago we commen selling hr. Kilmer's Bwamp-Root I .luring our entire experience w not encountered a single Unpl dealing with qui customers whe used 1 1. It is a prepa rat inn thai universal satlafa. tlon, and OUi ct era are always pleased to speak highest terms regarding It i sufficient confidence In Bwami to recommend it and consider v doing our customer a favor. Very ti uly yours, BARNETT-8CHKNK DHUQ l 10th, 1816, Itoanok hav 11 fitter to Dr. Kilmer .V Co., Blngliamton, V v ma increase. outing the lion appear condl- leturne.l almost lo pnmiuvi lions and been deprived of the com forts tO which they had become ae- customed, 1 NO SPOILS FOR MACKEN5EN CAPTURED PORT flto a Wit VI KWAMP-llOOT Will do kr jroc Hend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer ft Co., rsinghainton, .. ., for a sample siz.i bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also receive u booklet of valuable Information, telling about the kidneys Hid bladder. When writing', be sun ind mention the Albuquerque Morn lnr Journal. Kegular fifty-cent uml one-dollar hIzh l,ottln for sale at sil Irujf st. .lea Everything of Military Value In Constanza Destroyed by Russian Sailors Before Teutons Enter City, mo.n.ho jou.n.i mm,r,. , t.a.o WISC1 .ondon, Oct, ?fBverythlng In the ,,f Constanta mm wom., . ns.fnl tO field .Marsnai v.. Mackensen's forces was destroyed by ,, I, Us before tlie loll Reuter utspat HAVE ROSY CHEEKS AND FEEL FRESH AS A DAISY -TRY THIS! Says glass of hot water with phosphate before breakfast washec out poisons. TO : iii yoi clearer ..ut a tongue ice the tinge of healthy bloom f fine, to see your skill get and . b arer, to wnke Up With headache, backache, coated or a nasi y breath. In faci to The re-election of Woodrow Wilson as president oi the Un ited States is now as fully assured as any political event in the fu ture ran be. The only question is as to the size t, his maority m the electoral college. Wilson will carry Mew Mexico by a plurality inure than double thai which he received in this state in 1912, New Mexico believes in Wilson. She believes in the eight-hour law, in the president's Mexican policy and in the policy he has pusued toward t he belligerent nations oi Europe. Xew Mexico is grateful to Woodrow W ilson for having kept u-s out of war and having pre served to us the bountiful prosperity that all classes oi people now enjoy. It is now up to New Mexico to gel in behind Wilson in the right way to see that, so far a:- this stale is concerned, he is not hampered by a hostile majority in congressto see that all de partments of the government, nal ional and state, are in accord with his progressive policies. A. A. ones and W. i'. Walton, democratic candidates respect ively for the senate and house of representatives, are fully in ac cord with the W ilson policies in every respect. They believe in the Adamson law. They believe in the policy pursued by the ad ministration towards Mexico and towards the warring liuropcan nations. Thcv have been upholding the every county in New Mexico. esHicnl on 1 lie st ninn .on . tugslnn , vitcuated, says from Petrograd today. "The last tram left Constanza in Tehernn "da. w In n bombarding various see line." the dlapatch reads concentrated a heavy on the port 01 Itrection of enemy was ll.itls of the The enemy eaaeleaa gunfire stanza, but the Russian ,1 bravely under this rain elevators, stores of naphtha ami kerosene, i, ,.n.. ,11,1 not leave the I !" . . .... ... , ;i, ...elVl llllg US. I..I I" " sailors work- fire, burning , weals, flour. The Russian bay until the port. enemy e sen pe ith was In I unscath reel your best, day in and day out, just try inside-bat hlng every morning for one week. Refore breakfast each day. drink a glass of real hot water with a lea -spoonful of limestone phosphate in H as a harmless means of washing from; stomach, liver, kidneys and bow i tin- previous day's Indigestible sour bile and toxins; inns leai.sing, sweetening ami punrying the entire alimentary canal before puiiing more f l into the stomach The action of hot water and lime stone phosphate on an empty stomach is wonderful!) invigorating, It deans out all th. sour fermentations. cases am a. niiiy aim km- nlendid appetite for a quarter pound phate will est verj St. .re but is SUfflc h I th eh (he wast the I flames. d." The flotilla breakfast. f limestone phos llttle at ihe drug ient to demonstrate that just as soap ami no wantn . 1 aaaa sweetens llllll freshens Ilia skin, so hot water and llmest ohate a. t on the blood No want matter it will what save you time the and money it you use Journal Want Columns, j way phos- and internal organs i nose wnu s....j. . . tlpation, bilious attacks, acid stom ach rheumatic twinges, also those viio'.s,. skiii is sallow and complexion pallid are assured thai one Week I. .'.l.nthinir will have them b and feeling better In ever Their opponents, Frank V Bubbell and II. ('. Hernandez, are thoroughly committed to the opposite policies. Like Mr. Hughes, they say that the Aidamson law was a "surrender" that congress was coerced by union labor into doing an unrighteous act in pass ing that law. They have heaped abuse on the head of Woodrow Wilson because he ha-, not plunged US into the vortex ol the world w ar now raging in Europe and because he has not sent a powerful army into Mexico to crush that weak people into submission to the will of a few millionaire investors. GET IN BEHIND WILSON. VOTE FOR JONES, WAL TON AND THE ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. LET US HAVE GOOD GOVERNMENT AND CLEAN GOVERNMENT. lookiut; 1 of KM ..... ggsm " , , t- , (I II! HU M, AIM KHTISI MI N I )