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Tlie Chronicle-Newel PUBLISHEP DAILY AWD WEEKLY Entered ai Second-Cliu Hatter at the Peatoffice of Triindad, Colorado JEBSEE <T HOBTHCOTT Preaidant FRANK C. LAWLER “W" A- R. BROWN jjjtor F E. WINBOR City Editor Subscription Ratea On® month by mull I -8® One Month hr carrier SO Sis Months o*oo One Year tin advance) 8-00 Weekly Chronicle-Newe. rear 1.00 *****'****** | ♦ | j | NATIONAL PROGRESSIVE J t n • TICKET i : Progressive president i I Theodore Roosevelt. 4 I Djatflai VICE PRESIDENT 2 4 M fllf IY lllritm W. Johnson 4 ♦ PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS I 4, Patrick llyrnos of Pueblo. 4 j Charles N. Crowkder of Teller 4 4 Philip 11. Stewart. Colorado Sprint;* ♦ t Merle D. Vincent of Paoniu. 4 4 uiTini/Ai John Crass of Denver. t T NATIONAL Walter 11. Trask of Denver 4 ♦ TtrirCT U S - SENATOR FUI.L. TKItM } 4 I TILKtT Frank I). Catllu of Montrose 4 ♦ U. S. SENATOR. TO FILL VACANCY T 4 Isaac N. Stevens of Denver Z ♦ CONGRESSMAN-AT-LARGE I 4 Clarence I*. Dodge. Colorado Spring* ♦ ♦ Charles E. Fisher of Sterling X _ _______ For Congressman Second District J T * N. N. McLean. 2 Z STATE TICKET ± 4 CTJTf SUPREME COURT JUSTICE T 4 oTAIt Edwin Van else of Denver 4 ♦ Timrr governor j 4 I/CEEI Edward P. Costigan of Denver 4 ♦ LIEUTENANT OOVEItNOR } 4 John C. Nixon of Greeley 4 ♦ SECRETARY OF STATE J 4 - Ernest C. Ilaeon of Ouray. 4 ♦ STATE AUDITOR I X Wiuton <*. Knight of Mesa T J STATE TREASURER 2 4 Jainrs 8. Temple of Denvor ♦ ♦ ATTORNEY GENERAL X 4 Benjamin Griffith of Grand Junction T ♦ BUPT. PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Z X Ida M. Casady of Flagler 7 1 REGENTS OF STATE UNIVERSITY Z X Florence E. Dick of Denver J 4 James A. Matlack of Longmont •> 4 Pcrcival 11. Troutmuu of Canon City Z | . s T ■ • ' ■ ... - . 4 T For Judge Third Judicial District, * X PvAtfr4C«lfl« A. WATSON McIIENDRIE. + ArUglCadll/C • For District Attorney, X - JOHN J. HENDRICK. Z i lCR€t For Senator. 4tit Senatorial District, Z NORMAL N. WYCOFF. 2 For County Judge. ♦ • FRED W. CLARK. Z " For Representatives, T Nineteenth General Assembly. | FOR COUNTY Z AND For County Clerk and Recorder. Z Tl/wn JiIMCIAI HIGNIO CORDOVA. ♦ InIKU JUUILIAL For*County Treasurer. ♦ nicnirT juan b. romero. 2 UIdIKILI For County Sheriff. ♦ JOSEPH F. SMITH. For County Supt. of Schools. ] X i H. L. L. ANDERSON. X For County Assessor, X E. A. DU LING. 7 For County Coroner, \ X BURNEY B. SI PE. Z For County Surveyor, X E. N. SHEFFIELD. ; 4 Fur County Commissioner Dist. No. 1, ! ♦ W 1 F. B. CORDOVA. 2 bU For County Commissioner Dist. No. 3. ♦ JL GEO. B. NORMAN. 2 For Justices of the Peace, • X City of Trinidad. I Z JAMES H. IIOWER. X MICHAEL SULLIVAN. I ♦ j For Constables, j X , GEO. B. MULBERRY, ♦ TOBE DENNIS. J 4 i r— ——j: LYING FOR BARELA ••With the exception of C. 11. McCarthy with whom he was talking there was no one .L*a.\" —Advertiser. p This statement is about ad 11 tit!>fill and accurate as tin* ma :li!ne newspaper ever gets wiicn some faithful mem lie r of the gang is ••-neurned. There appeared in the C-N .ast night a statement of Joe Greening, who admitted lielng one of tlie three wen with Barela when he attacked Northcult. As a matter ol tact one of the employees of the Advertiser 1 lull,is to have been an eyewitness to the encounter and lie has declared that “a large crowd quickly gathered." Yet there was no one near. Tlie street, according to th-* Grisham paper, was as deserted op the side* wu lk in front of the electric scoreboard during the world's series. The story of how Barela kejt the three men with him and kept buying them drinks, has been tolJ. That the three men were at Ills keels icady for service is the positive declaration of one of the men. Y»»* *hc Advertiser would leave the linpressiou that Bareia and NorthcqU fated each oilier with no one nigh. Who's tlie liar? THE BARELA ORGY »• - ~~ As to tlie Republican rally at Barela last Sunday being a disgust ing orgy in which men and women took part, there is nothing more to say as the story has been told in the letter which the outraged resident of that place wrote to the Chronicle-News and which was published in Wed nesday night's paper. That tlie school house was turned into a dance hall and the floor littered with beer bottles and the walls defaced by other visible evidences of the carousal, is stated in tlie letter which as serted in pluin English that “Next morning the school house had to lie aired und scrubbed before the children could assemble for lessons." Tlie writer of the letter is a reputable citizen who felt that the commun ity had been outraged by the Sunday night celebration. This letter has been preserved and bears the signature of the writer rind may be introduced ifi evidence at any time to decide whether or not FRIDAY tlie C-N has lied as the machine organ charges. Each und every state ment appearing in the C-N describing tho orgy Is substantiated in the letter. The sheriff, who is so bold iu branding the story a falsehood, would doubtless not dare 10 call tlie author of that letter a liar to his fu.e Neither'would any of the candidates who deny tho story. What ever insult lias been offered lias been offered tlie author of this Liter and article by the Advertiser which yesterday asserted that* the people at tlie orgy were probably of better eharacter and reputation tliun tlie uu tiioi of tho story. The evidence Is in black and white and the C-N feels no hesitancy iu xtuilug tin* facts. For ability 10 present u quick defense, the darkey of whom the fol lowing Is told, had nothing on the Advertiser iu rushing to the rescue tf Barela. On ills way to a fishing pool a follower or Walton lost his lunch lie was returning along the way he had come, when ho met Sit mho smiling and picking Ills teeth. "Have you seen anything of a package Sau»?" asked the fisherman. “Nope.” replied Sam promptly. “I reckon some otie else must liev’ et dal lunrli." . L 4 This is all the more interesting because It comes from the Balti more Sun. a strong Democratic paper, omiosed to Co. Roosevelt. • U Col Kosovelt recovers, he will have reason to be grateful. In 11 certain sense, to tin- bullet which has put him for a short time out of the fighting No matter how great a man Is. nor how much service he lias rendered to his country, lie never has the pleasure of reading the verdict of history, nor even the sincere and enthusiastic tributes of obit uary com pi I laid on bis Ider by the press and the chief people of the nation. The colonel bus had an experience tliut almost amounts to enjoying lavish post-mortem praises. The kind nnd generous things that would have been said about him. had he been killed, have been said about him living; and he can read them all as he lies here In the Chicago hospital, ami feel that they represent the true heart of the country, opened and revealed to him in his hour or danger. From all quarters of the world, from high and low. from tleh and poor, from po litical foe as well as political friend, they come, these messages or love and high appreciation. • “Few men have had a similar experience, and Schrank's shot lias given him something more precious than the Presidency. It is a great thing, doubtless, to wake up and find oneself famous, It* Is a far greater thing to wake Up in a fierce political campaign like this and find onself almost universally loved and admired. Tills Is the good that has come out of the assassin's evil deed. From the Denver Republican. Sleep well. Hilly Rugli. Things did not always conic your way; there was rough sledding 11 part of the time. Trouble, affliction, sorrow fell to you. as it ban fallen to us all. but to few In so heavy degree. You were lame: that was a handicap. Poverty was plied upon an abscenre of loved ones Who might have cared md made the lameness count less, rherc was work to do. and there is not much that a little lame l»oy who Is without friends, without a home, without an education ran do to uiuke a living. It was a hard fight. Billy Hugh. It was a hard fight, Billy Hugh, but you won. The time came to prove yourself a man. and you p’roved It. So after nil. life was not alto gether had. for not all do that so well, nor meet the krent adventure with so strong a heart and true. Plenty of things do not fount In the end half so much ns we like to think they do. Selling newspapers «r selling railroad lionds are only matters of moment and slightly differing degree. Some do one, some another equally badly or equally well, and in the end it matters not. But being a man when the time comes, there is a whole? lot in that, Billy Rugh. A worthless leg to a newsboy glveii to save « life wouldn't weigh very much in the scale of tilings If It were not for the manner of giv ing The widow's mite was a little thing, but twenty centuries have hallowed the thought that she was on© who gave her all. Giving little, you gave your all. uml It is not for us to forget. Hilly Rugh. It ‘s not for us to forget. Cold and calrulatlve science has taken away that place of after abode once granted to spirit like yours. l»ut It hn* not taken yet tliut sense or victory In right doing which comes wlth( worthy.get, and at least it has left the weary and worn that t oon wo prize so highly—the sleep that conies to tired body and fretted brain and makes no much forgot. May vour rest lie sweet, you limping, ragged youngster. Sleep well. Billy Rugh: good night. \ Tlie twenty-third measure to he passed upon by the people of Colo rado. relates to the examination of scholars for teachers* certificates. It provides that on the third Thursday In August. December und March, all county superintendents shall hold examinations for prospective teachers. All persons taking .inch exnmlntlons must be over eighteen years of age. These examinations 11 ust be on the following subjects: or thography. reading, writing, arithmetic. English grammar, geography, history the constitutions of tlie United Slates and the state of Colorado, civil government, physiology, natural sciences, theory nnd practice of teaching, the school laws of Colorado. If the applicant desires to try for a first grade certificate then agri culture. horticulture nnd American literature must he added. If a second grade certificate is desired, then agriculture nnd horticulture must lie-ad ded. Tlie examinations must be held in the county seat unless there are five persons in one locality upon whom it would work a hardship to at tend tlie countw seat examinations, then suitable arrangements must be made for them at some place where they reside. There shall be three grades of ecitiflcatcs issued to ‘successful per sons taking the examinations. The first grade certificate shall be good Tor three years. The second grade certificate shall be good for eighteen months. The third grade certificate shall be good for one year. • GANDY KID DANCE ENJOYABLE EVENT One of tlie most dclighirul and us well as the most novel events of the season was (lie Candy Kid Dance giv en at the Madden dancing academy last night, which was thoroughly en joyed by the two hundred or more guests present. The hail was beau tifully decoartcd in festoons of red, white and blue paper, which with the many lights combined to give tlie hall a most brilliant effect.. There aws u profusion of candy and each guest was made the recipient of numbered pieces, which was a uni que ad for tlie Dwight Candy com pany. The prize five pound box was was by Alva Jamieson who very graciously divided the candy among tlie guests present. The music was. as usual, excellent. Mrs. Madden spared no pains or expense to make the hall attractive and that her efforts wore appreciated was attested by the many comments of those taking part. The Candy Kid dance was a novelty that provided a full measure of amusement to the guests present. Quality printing anything everything at the Chronlcle-Newe office. Work delivered when prom ised. A QUICK DEFENSE. GOOD OUT OF EVIL GOOD NIGHT. YOU LITTLE RAT. Number Twenty-Three PROTECTED BOTH WAYS. Two cotiKsrvativc ladies of old-* fashioned notions were traveling in the west, and becoming interested in a young girl on the train, finally asked why she was making so long a Journey alone. They were greatly shocked at her blithe explanation: “Well, you see, my mother and stepfather live at on© end of tlie journey, and my father and step mother llvn at tlm other. They send me to each other twice a year, so there isn't a Lit of danger with four parents all 011 tin lookout!" A college prnr»>.ssor noted for Ills concentration of thought, returned home from a scientific meeting one night, still pondering deeplyi upon the subject that had been discussed. As hi* entered his room he heard a noise that seemed to come from un der the bed. "Is thei’Q someone there?" he ask ed. absently. "No. professor." answered the In truder. who knew his peculiarities. "That's strange,” muttered the profesor. "I was almost sure I heard someone under the bed." First Baseman Forsythe, of tlie Dallas club, in the Texas league, lias been purchased by the Chattanooga club of the Southern league. The deal was arranged through President Navin, of the Detroit Tigers. THE CHBONICLE NEWS, TRINIDAD. COLORADO. T : Partial List qf FREE! FREE! What the Big rnrn Or Store Carries IIILLi SSSSS With every Boy's SUIT of CLOTHES We give a watch free « V V __ j « • w 4 as an inducement for you to L 954 Dry Goods, Groceries, Keats, • T kW jm Home-nude Bekeiy Ooodt, try « "Wooly Boy" or “Vik- 180 * f # Ready-to-wear for Ladiei j„ K " suit. We »re enxiou* for I I <4 J sl - -—— - —* wmffi Furniture, Cerpeti, Huge, kncwe about theee tuiti. ONCE 1 7 aVV Olau and Tinware, Crook- WORN ALWAYS WORN- Hence eryware, eto., eto. (fw ‘The Emporium • D. R. HINDMAN Kaaagar. Tel- Trin. 44-48 116-311 Went Main. New York. O'-’t. 25. —Owing to In crease in the price of silver bullion, manufacturers of sterilriK sllv -r tint fare have advanced the prices of spoons for tabic war** approximately ten per cent. • In January lust silver* hair were quoted In the New York uinrhet ai 57 cents an ounce. The price today la slightly alcove t»5 cents tin ounce. The reason Riven for the upward movement Is the fact that the* Indian government Inis come into the market as a hcav v buyer. POLICE CALLED TO STOP BERLIN FOOD RIOTS Iterlln. Oct. 25. —“Dear Food” riots Increased In violence yesterday. Two thousand women raided a butch er shop In the Wedding district, de molished the premises nod stole the* meat. The manager was seriously Injured. All other butcher shops In the district have been dosed and barricaded. The police wer ordered out in riot squude today. INFANTS ARE PASSENGERS DECLARES COMMERCE COURT Semitic. Washington. Oct. 2.'. — In fants in arms are passengers, under a ruling received here from the* De partment of Commerce and Labor, which upheld the marine inspectors In fining Captain A. It. Hunt of the steamer Dove, operatiug out of Ta- 1 cornu, for carrying DM* passengers when the steamer's certificate of in spection authorized her to carry only 100. Captain Hunt contended that the excess number consisted of babies In arms who had not beon counted. ‘‘Jake Stahl, the leader of the Itcd Sox, is the man who turned the trick for his team,*' said Connie Mack, of the Athletes, “lie had two guesses, lie made them both when he sent Henderson and Knglc up to hat for Itedient and Wood. “Stahl took a long chance, the logical one, to he sure. It took a game manager to go through with it. He did, and he deserves the credit. “While McGraw showed good Judg ment at time's, he wa« frequently out guessed by Stahl. The way he used his pitchers showed that the man ager of the Red Sox was keen to take advantage of the Giants’ great weak ness on the slab. Ik»th teams were •evcfuly in a tilled, nnd both shared the run of luck that follows a scries like this, and the manipulation of tlu> winning team was the thing Hint counted in the end. as it invariably does.” Druggiit. Hauiman Bros.. Often to Pay For Samne It It Doet Not Hake Thin People Fat. Pule, than people are simply suf fering from want of nourishment. They may eat enough, hut their food is not properly digested and does them no good. Samose. the remarkable flesh forming Tod should lie used by all whoa re pule, weak and thin. It min gles with the food and aids assimi lation. so that when taken for a short time, naturo will soon assert her normal lowers, and the food tlipt is eaten will give strength and good flesh. The woman who longs for rosy checks and the plumpness of beauty should use Samose. The mun who wants to be strong and well and gain health and good flesh will find his desires accomplished by Samose. Such remarkable results have fol lowed the use of Same that Druggist liausmau Bros., are willing to pay for the treatment If It does not give the desired results. They make this offer generally and want all who arc thin, weak and out of health to get a box of Sainose from them on these terms. Chronicle-Nows, 50c per month. ABSORBED SILVER IS HIGHER TO PALE THIN PEOPLE OCTOBER 23. 1812. Safe Remedy Ends Catarrh Miseries GIVES INSTANT RELIEF, CURES AND PREVENTS CATARRH AND COLD IN THE HEAD The quickest, best and safest way to cure catarrh or a cold in the head is by using u remedy that will “touch the spot.” and do Its work quickly without leaving any had ef fects. Kly's Cream Malm, which Is applied to the* nostrils or ruhlied on the throat or chest gets right at the root of the trouble and Insauly re lieves even he worst ease of catarrh or cold. A few ititnulcH after applied you can feel a loosening up In the head, the pain and soreness aic gmi* the heiiS4> of taste, smell and heuring mine hack, and you like n dif ferent person. Kly's Cream Malm cleanses, heals and strengthens the Influmrd mem branes, takes away that stuffed up feeling and dull pain In the head, relieves the throat soreness and stops the nasty discharge which Is the cause of the dlsgustiug hawing, spitting, blowing of the nose, and foul breath. Hay fever* victims who arc made' miserable liy*tits of sheer ing. coughing nnd wheeling got In stant and permanent relief by the use* of this simple remedy. Don't suffer another minute. Kly’s Cream Malm will relievo you Imme diately, and a fill cent ladle will more than likely work a complete cure. All druggists sell It. J. M. Hughes, agent. City Drug Store. COUSIN OF GENERAL GRANT MARRIES AT CHEYENNE Cheyenne. \Vyo., Oct. 25.—l.Mysses S Grant, aged forty-eight, was Mar ried In'Cheyenne last evening to Miss Hannah Johnson. The bride is a member of the Presbyterian church here nnd the groom employed as a topper in the Union Pacific railway shops. Is named for. nnd is a second cousin of General Ulysses S. Grant. Grant was horn in Illinois and was over twenty years in Horton, Kan sas. Ills father was first cousin ol General Grant. When you have a bad cold you want to best medicine obtainable so as to euro It with at little delay as possible. Hole is n druggist’s opin ion: “l liavfc sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for fifteen years.” says Kuos IxJllar of Saratoga. Ind., “and consider it tho best on the mar ket. For sale by all dealers. Monarch 100% Pure Paint COMPARE OUR GUARANTEE WITH OTHERS. PURE WHITE LEAD. PURE OXIDE OF ZINC. PURE LINSEED OIL, NO ADUL TERATION. NO SUBSTITUTION. WE INVITE A CAREFUL CHEMICAL ANALYSIS. WE ARE SOLE AOENTS AND SELL IT FOR NO MORE THAN THE OTHER KIND. 82-00 PER GALLON AND HAVE A BEAUTIFUL LINE OF COLORB TO BELECT FROM. LET US TELL YOU MORE ABOUT IT. TONY D. CLARK COR. COLO & ARIZONA AVE. PHONE TRINIDAD 402. LOOK OUT for SNOW Better bring the children down to Butler f s for shoes after school today un A. H. BUTLER SHOE CO. Formerly Deggelman's J. G. GATES Scientific Optician Alt work done .all .factory Trinidad Sll Red 1833 HOOM 8— OPERA IIOl'BB BLOCK. Hazeldene Hotel Regular Dinner, 25c. Sunday Dinner, 55c lljoakfast and Supper sorved A I.a Carte. 1 MKAD HODRS. Ilreakfast fi lo 9 o'clock Dinner. 11:30 to 2 o'clock Supper 5 to 8 o'clock. NEW CMOS Arc constantly arriving. Tke now fall pack of canned goods uud prices on many arc lower, note. Kxtrn fancy Mushromo* . - 30(1 Kxtra fancy Roguctord f'heese 50* I lousehold Anioniu . . . . 10* A visit to our store will pay you. Our stock embraces all the fancy and staple Roods of a grocery stock besides a very fine assortment of delicatessen Good things to eat at the lowest prices, flood service in and out of the store. *Ihf White House Mercantile Co. Phone Trinidad 550 and 551. Main and Animas streets. MURDERER EXECUTED BY FIRING SQUAD Salt l.akc. Utah. Oct. 25.—A fir lug squad executed Thomas Riley at the state prison hero yesterday. Riley was the second man to die for the murder of George Kasscll, a groc er, "in March, 1910. With Harry Thorne, executed last mouth, he held up Passel's store. Thorne shot Kassel as the latter stood with his hands over his head.