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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1913. 01BARDED ILL LOO a GOOD AS ALL DAMAGE SPOTS FROM FEB RUARY'S RAIN OF SHOT AND SHELL IN MEXICO'S CAPITAL CITY HAVE BEEN HIDDEN BY WORKMEN. Mexico City, April 26. When tour ists again visit Mexico City they may be disappointed net to find on all sides evidence of the damage done by shot and shell during the ten days' fighting in February. Already masons, brick -- layers and carpenters are obliterating the scars of that conflict, and It will not be many weeks before the appear ance of the capital's buildings, both public and private, is wholly normal. Rarely have contractors here gained such quick results, and never, perhaps, has it fcten demonstrated so well how a little plaster 1 and kalsomine will make a bombarded wall appear "as good as new." The capital today is a city of patches. Much of the damage done by shells was not apparent from the exterior, since in hundreds of In stances the shells tore their way through the walls before exploding, leaving In gight outside only holes often not more than six inches in diameter. The explosion on the inside of the house resulted in greater destruction. Due largely to the fact that most ot the buildings are of some form of store or cement, there were few fires. Per haps nine houses out of ten have for their outer finish a coat of thick plas ter easy for the bullets from rifles and machine guns to scar, but a few buck ets of plaster filled the holes and a dab , of tinted kalsomine completed the res, I toration. The same method was used in filling the holes left by shells and - hut a little more work and material was necessary- in repairing a largo number of the bigger gaps made by repeated pounding of cannon. In a few cases, however, it will be many weeks and possibly months be fore the normal aspect of the streets is restored. There were a few build- . ings where the damage was so great that mere patching will not suffice. Al though monuments of one kind and an other and statues erected in honor of this and that hero are scattered throughout the city, few of these were damaged. The most complete piece of ."destruction of this character waa that of a clock tower erected in Buearell street This was shot to pieces. The government made no effort to repair i. but, removing the debris, built on the site a flower garden. Since sod in stead of 3tcd was used there already is a big circle of green, and in this were planted flowers already to bloom. Ii presents an appearance of having been there for some years. Prepared for Revolution. Before the present provisional gov ernment was established It was evi dent to many students of Mexican af- ' fairs that President Huerta would have to confront another revolution, and within a few weeks It was demon strated that his problem was larger than that of his predecessor, but In the first week of April there were few who would venture a forecast. Any Kuess at thaf time as to the turn of events might have been made, but the one which appeared nearest was that the rebellion would grow steadily, in power. The government forces had made little real progress against the rebels in the north, but, to offset that, came reports of disaffection In the ranks of the Sonora rebels aCTQ of scarcity of funds both in that region and in Coa hulla, where Venustiano Carranza, ex Rovernor, was directing the campaign. The turn most uncertain was in the south, where the government still was delaying its action against Zapata who 3md checked negotiations for peace by holding prisoner Colonel Pascual Oros co, father of General Orozco, who had pone there as an authorized peace com missioner. There yet - was hope that Zapata might co-operate with the gov ernment, which, however, declared its intention of sending against him an enormous punitive column in case he ' did not yield. Was Savage Warfare. One thing which did appear certain .was that if the war in the north and the south continued it would be of a character more savage than any yet conducted in Mexico. Heretofore both rebels and federals had shown, a dis position not to attack each other in cities, but the fighting in Parral and dozens of smaller towns had served to indicate that hereafter - neither side would be disposed to respect positions simply because noncombatants might be endangered. From the south came reports that Zapata had served definite notice on property owners that they must contribute periodically the amounts he demanded for the main tenance of his army or be prepared to KS NEW WARNER'S SAFE REMEDIES Warner's Safe , Kidney and Liver Remedy Warner's Safe Diabetes -Remedy Warner's Safe Asthma Remedy Th .-it, ki- .... cm k is i M . t ;H If V j K 1 M -' j fexjj ; ,-r 1 t f" Crystal Pharmacy, John SheDDard", W. A. Mruaaist. R .L.C.J, Pe-ru-na is One of the Original Spring Tonics of This Country. It has Stood the Test of Time. In all coun tries where the four seasons are well de fined, winter. Epring.eummex t autumn, most PO'Ple find themselves In the spring of the year In need of a spring tonic. Some medical men laugh at Mrs. Martha Avery this idea. Nevertheless It Is a fact, based on the experience of millions of people every spring. The common ex perience of mankind cannot be "laughed out of court." A spring tonio is de manded. The crisp, stimulating air of. winter has given place to the langorous, enervating, soporific Influences of spring atmosphere. A spring tonic i needed. No better one can be selected ban Peruna. The symptoms which Indicate the need of a spring tonic are: First, sleep pocrly. Second, always tired out. Third, very nervous. Fourth, some times have foolish fears. Fifth, con fusion of the senses. Sixth, brown moving specks before , the eyes. Sev enth, subject to spells of prostration. .Eighth, dark circles around the eyes. Ninth, system out of order generally. Tenth, food seems to give no strength. One of the people who writes us ot his experience with spring tonics is Mr. J. O. Doggett. of Piedmont, South Caroiina, P. O. Box 88. He says: "I hawe tried many kinds of medicine that claim to do wonders as a spring suffer summary punishment. In an effort to force recruits into his service he sent broadcast circulars telling workmen on the haciendas that if they continued at their tasks his men would cut off their ears, and that if they persisted in working after that he would have them hot. Already ear less peons in the south are not aa un common sight. General Geronimo Trevino, aged compatriot of General Porfirio Diaz, recently was fortunate in having what began as a most humiliating ancVUn fortunate adventure, terminate in a manner calculated to delight an old soldier. He was arrested at Monterey by an army officer who since has been recalled. He was not permitted to ro to his home for a change of clothing, but was bundled into an ordinary day coach and started for the capital on charges of being implicated in the Car ranza rebellion.- Huerta wa informed, and immediately he used all his efforts to better the old man's condition and to assure him that he would be brought here as an honored guest. Huerta kept his word. 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LeornInster, Massachusetts, whose portrait appears in this article, is a great friend of Peruna. She writes: "Four years ago I had nervous pros tration. I employed several doctors. On would say I had catarrh of the stomach and bowels, another nervous ness and another enlargement of the liver. My etomach was in a bad shape. There was nothing which eeemed to do me much good. I tried other reme dies,' but did not gain any flesh until I commenced takin gyour Peruna, which built me right up. I have taken sev eral bottles, but have not taken any now for about six weeks. I am seventy-three years old. I never expect to be entirely well or young again, but J era thankful for hwat Peruna has done for me." LIFE STORY OF, 1R.TF0LIETTE 00!( FORI THE SENATOR'S AUTOBIOGRAPHY READS LIKE A RECITAL OF SOMETHING MORE THAN PER SONAL EXPERIENCE OF THE AUTHOR BOOK FULL. OF LIVE INFORMATION. By Clyde H. Tavenner, M. C. Washington, April 26. Senator Rob ert M. LaFollete's autobiography has been Issued in book form. It is more extended In this form than when it appeared serially In the American magazine. The matter which has been added by the senator is even of more absorbing. Interest, than that which ap peared in the magazine. Senator LaFollette of all the men In the forward movement which has taken hold of the politics of this country has had the hardest fight for recogni tion within his own party and has accomplished more in the way of real legislative reform than an other. The heroic struggle which he made and which resulted in the redemption of the government of Wisconsin, is one of the most instructive, and entertain ing chapters in American history. Without reading- LaFollete's story of that contest, there can be had no proper conception of the obstacles en countered and overcome. In these days the workings of the system are generally understood and appreciated by the people. LaFollette made his battle before the people had awakened to the existence of the system, and that he succeeded against .the odds which he had to contend with, is suffi cient to warrant for the simple faith in the 'people which is so characteris tic of LaFollette and so convincingly expressed In his autobiography. The part LaFollette has played in the history of the past twenty-five years makes his autobiography a re cital of something more than the per sonal experience of the author. It Is a moving picture of the great political events of the period. No man who wants to be thoroughly informed with respect to the great movement to bring the government back to the people can afford to pass over the narrative of the Wisconsin senator. It Is full of information, not only with respect to the events in which he has played a leading part, but also as to the prin ciples that underlie the great work which he undertook in Wisconsin ana is carrying forward In national legis lation. Three complete chapters have been added to the autobiography In addition to the . material which appeared in m:. marine form when it was first pub lished. These three chapters deal with th- campaign of 1918 and give the his tory of the betrayal of the progressive movement within the republican party to satisfy the personal ambition of Theodore Roosevelt. In connection with the recital of the Inside story of his betrayal by the men who were in strumental In making him a candidate for the republican nomination in 1912. Mr. LaFollette makes an analysis of Theodore Roosevelt which will con vince any unprejudiced mind that the latter Is not and cannot be a progres sive in the sense that Mr. LaFoUstte is. They do not stand for the same things. LaFollette shows clearly the relations which he had with Roose velt as president. He does not em phasize the personal dealings of Mr. Rooseve!t, but he shows clearly that Roosevelt after he had given his word to support-legislation to provide for the physical valuation of the railroads of the country, to retain and conserve for the interests of the people the coal lands, and in other matters failed to support adequate measures to accom plish 'these ends. He shows Roosevelt at all times to be a truckling, trading politician, more concerned over Im mediate, success than the attainment of legislation, which would be of per manent value to the people. He demon strates Roosevelt to be a man without fundamental knowledge of the great questions which confronted the coun try during his term 'as president and which he left unsolved, although he was possessed of the power to compel their correct solution. The LaFollette narrative is most en tertainingly and dramatically written. It has often been said of LaFollette that he i3 Intensely dramatic. No work of his better illustrates the truth of this statement. The book shows that It has a purpose. That purpose is to demonstrate the power of the people when they can be made to act together. It is told with a vividness that holds the reader's at tention from the beginning to the 'close of the last chapter. At times it may seem that LaFollette is dealing with something which in themselves may appear trivial, but there is no incident, no matter how trivial it may appear by Itself, that does not have its bearing upon the main theme and is essential to the proper development of the story. The book Is published by the Robert M. LaFollette Company, of Madison, Wisconsin, and sells for $1.50 retail. If you cougrh all nigrht you get no rest, nor does anyone e'.se In the house. Keep within reach a bottle of BAL LAD'S HOREHOUND SYRUP. It Is then easy to stop the tickling- which causes the cougrh, whenever it appears. Price 25c, BOc and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by all druggists. (Adv.) 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