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Mi EPITOLIE OF LATE LIVE HEWS CONDENSED RECORD OF THE PROGRESS OF EVENTS AT HOME ANO ABROAD. FROM ALL SOURCES SAYINGS. D O I N O I, ACHIEVE MENTS. SUFFERINGS. HOPES AND FEARS OF MANKIND. V,..iin ...n.-r lmn S.nlc. ABOUT THE WAR. The ficrnian claim that the Hut vans lost I :.'" Iii the retreat from L.o-t Prussln is scouted bv the Petro- ttrad zt at rul stuff. r'iir'licr rejwtrtrt concerning Ibe Irruían victory of the Miiriiin LiU in t'.at I " r 1 1 w 1 : . make It np- ! nt that the ltussiau deft at was a "fnTfi one. The blockade of the 1'nltcd KlnK i'iiii: ty Cri'iiiiiiiy Is tm. With th" lan of Feb IS, there went Into ef fect the Gemían notice warning neu tral shipping lo avoid Rrltlhh water, mnl Crest llriiain Is waiting the first tlow. ' 1li' Norwegian steamer Nordkyn Funk through striking a mine near Hornholrn island In the Itultlc S'-a. acrordlni; to disputen from ( 'him nhagen to the Central New ut London. All of the crew were di ow ned. The follow Ins official statement wan isBiie.tl by the Paris war office: "Two Zeppelin have landed In Jut land during the last three days. The first of these, l.'', was burned by Its crew. The seronil, after n number of soldiers who were aboard had disem barked, rose muí drifted toward the sea. where it la supposed to have been lust." A dispatch lo the London Daily Mall from CopenhaKt'ii aya: "Emperor William, with Ilia brother. Admiral l'rlnce Henry oi I'russlu. and Admiral Von Tlrplt.. th" milliliter of the navy, ami their respec tive stuffs left llerlln Thursday for WiHielmahaven. Helgo land, and other nnvul stations to Ci icct the ariair-cments for blockading 1'iii.iuiid. It la reported that the tier mans have biell twenty bin mine laving submarines during the last nil months, each with carry inn capacity of over 100 mine." WESTERN. The Iowa House of Representa tives passed the Clarkson bill which repeals the mulct law, effective Jan. 1. 1MÜ. The workmen's compensation act. House IIIU No. 117, was passed by the Senate of the Wyoming Legislature, with but one dissenting vote. Ihivld Fountain, a church janitor, who confessed to the murder of ten year old Margaret Milling In the Ger man Lutheran church of Sacramento. Ciilif.. last December, was found guilty of murder In the first degree. s.-ertlng that polygamy still ex ists in seme pans of the I'nited Statis, a joint resolution memorial izitiit the National Congress to enact In as to prevent polygamy was adopt ed by the Imllunu Legislature at In din uapolls. 'linee hours after they announced tlu-ir engagement Miss Ituby Hell Irion. Denver society girl, ami Sam uel Watson of Anaconda, Mont., were married by the Kev. Frank Ituyley ut the hume of tin! bride's parents, Mr. ; t 1 Mrs. W. II. Irion, in Denver. I ai id Caplaii, Inst of the men u anted at Lot Angeles, Calif., In con nection with the dynamiting of tile Los Angeles Times in the fall of 1CMH. ua. arrested on his chicken ranch I a.i miles inland from Itolling Hay. Ittuii. bridge Isluiid. twelve miles from Seattle. The body of Frank James, the for tier outlaw, who died at his home near F.xcelKlor Springs, Mo., will be cremated in St. Louis and the ashes ki pt in a local safety deposit vault, his relatives announced nt Kansas itv. This was one of his last v. Nil. s WASHINGTON. Cariun.u's ugency announced of advices thut -t.r.im trooirs (en. Il l eipt re moving to Join other Carranza 'loops in the general ultack on Mon ti rev. Tlie Stnndaid OH Company report ed lo the State Department the de tention nt M:ilta by Hritish author! 'ns of the llrtiili steamer Oneka. v lileh nulled from New York Juu. 2, iinU n V I'll h -r caruo of Amerlenn oil. lart of which wax desllnid for Ded eii'-'ilcli. Hulearla. Ilríií. (en Tusker II Uliss. lately iimmatidiiiii the Southern Depart ment of the army, including the forces I ail-oiling the Mexican border, as-.eiii'-d his duties as assistant chief of s'uif His s let es..or on tin border Is Maj. (en. I'ic'lerick Fiinstou. IllockeO In their elloris lo get the House ship pinchase bill to a vote, t'emocrutic siiiitoia auieeil Thursday to lake i;n i n; mi. run mu I. Ills and sent the hliippin . un asure to conference until Feb ST. v hen It must lake it 4 i iiati'-cs of l.eing f llil.tlstered to Its ileaib on March t. Fire In the natituial forests of the West In lilt caused a loss to the overntri nt or marly :: Iii.diiii.uiiii board feet of merchantable timber. nlut-il at I ''."7.::n;i and of reproduc tion, or yoniu growth of trees, val ned at lil.4"X. China has delivered to Great Hrltaln, Fruncí1, ItiiK.iu and the United Stutes u memorandum of the lent-oiie de mands made by Japan In the latter part of January. They -i'.ffer material ly Troui the eleven demands rominiiui cated lo the powers by the Japanese government on Feb. . .FOREIGN. Wor.l reached Amsterdam of serl oil riots In Srhonebers, n suburb of I v 1 1 1 ii. as result of the shortage of pot a toe. The Hundesraih ha Increased the maximum price of iiotntoes In lleiiin from 4 marks Itl) to 5 marks 111. (.".I for ;( kilograms I In pounds). Tho Snsl:u(chcwun government com pleted ai raiiKc'iients in New York for a $2.5nii.nno loan for three years at S per rent, the net cost to Saskatche wan being R"t per cent. The belt worn by Napoleon at the buttle of Waterloo, which shows that his girth then was forty-one and one half Inches, has been presented to the Paris National Military museum by Madame Pnllpol. widow of the military painter. Passenger bv the American cruiser Tennessee, which has been bringing refugees from the coast of Syria to Kupt. are authority for the state ment that the Turks hnve maltreated a number of people In Syria. The pop ulation of Syria, although fanatical. Is remninine culm. The Netherlands bus maintained the strictest neutrality by presenting notes of protest at the same moment to Germany mid Great Ilrituln regard ing the acts of these governments In respectively declaring a war zone of the waters around the Hrllish Isles and In using neutral flags. The Hrltlsli replies to tho Ameri can notes on the use of the Ameri can fias by the Canard line steamer l.iisitauia mid the derision to hold the cargo of the American steamer Wil helmlnu to a prize court, were deliv ered to Waller I Much Pbk the American ambassador In London, Friday. A report received at Tokio from Singapore, Straits Settlement, says that the mutiny of the Hindu sol diers has been quelled. Kleven Eng lishmen and women were killed in the fighting and some Japanese were wounded. Marines were landed from Japanese and French war ships to tliiell the (list urtiance. SPORT. The I'nlverslty of Notre Dame's truck team schedule includes a meet April 17 with Drake University at Des Moines, la. Hetween .".111 and (00 clubs will take part In the fifteenth anntiul tour nament of the American Bowling CongresB, beginning at Peoria, 111., March 10. The Hritish Amateur Golf Associa tion lias announced the cancellation of the golf championship contests for 19 1.1. This competition has been held yearly for the last twenty-nine years. AvernghiR 24'.' for his club. Stan ley Kellogg set a new season's rec ord for three games at Chicago. Al though Kellogg's Is the best mark re corded by a Chicago bowler, it n sec ond to Frank PetraBek's 215 1-3 for Cook county. GENERAL. That there will be no extra session of Congress was the word paBSed out Thursday by the highest authority. An order for large armored mo tor trucks, costing about $ I,500,(ni0, wub placed by the Russian govern inept with a I Ian ishurg, Pa., con cern. Mrs. Julia Gertrude Lyle, widow of John S. Lyle. who left her an estute vulued nt S2i.0"(,ii(l, was married In New York to Alexander Wenyon Samuel, an Kngllsh lawyer und Jour nalist. One of tho principal questions to be tukeu up at the meeting of the hoard of governors of the International Dry Farming Congress will he that of in corporating the organization and changing the name In so doing. Nathan Perry Ilecrs, the oldest pub lic school teucher in New York, for fifty-three years principal of old tira ni inn r School No. 15, on East Fifth street, died of general debility. He was ninety-two years old and had been in good Ileal 111 until six weeks ago. "General" John Kelly, who served six months for vagrancy in the Sac ramento juil last year after his so called "army of the unemployed" had be.eu disbanded there, was ordered to leave the hull where the natlouaLcon vention of the Migratory Workers of the World was in session. Under a precedent established by William II. Seward In ist4. when he was secretary of state in Lincoln'! cabinet, William Mutson. the Swedish coukiiI ut San Francisco, protested to the police, commission against tile dis play of the Swedish flag in a water front saloon us a bait for custom. The American Presbyterian mis sionaries In Tat 1 1. Persia, have cabled thut there are 20,tiuu refugees In thut city who fled í nun I'ruinla on the ap proach of the Kurdish und Turkish troops when they occupied Uriimla, the Presbyterian board of foreign nils sioiis announced in New York. The missionaries haie appealed again for rellel. Formal announcement of the candi dacy or Mrs. William Ciimuilng Story of New Y ork, president general of the Daughters ot the American Revolution, for a s,eci:nd term is mude. The elec tion will occur in April during the mi nual congress. Her only opponent is Mis. George Guernsey, state regent of Kansas. President Arthur T. Dudley of Y'ate, In an address to the Seniurson "Vocations." at New Haven, Conn., said: "No man has a right to enter politics under 1 resent conditions, un less he has Independent means." Reno may soon be expected to re sume lis position as the divorce center of America. The "easy divorce" bill, re establishing the six months' resi dence clause for persons desl. lug di vorce, was passed In the Stule Sen ate, 12 to in. The bill previously had paused the House and now n III no to tlm governor for signature. The lower House of the West Vir ginia legislature took a recess and proceeded to the tovetnor's office where all members present ere i actuated. GERMAN CilHE SINKS U.S.SIHP TROOP STEAMER OF ENGLAND AND CONVOY TORPEDOED BY TEUTONS. IRISH COASTER IS SUNK ENTIRE CREW OF EVELYN 8AID TO HAVE BEEN SAVED, OFF BORKUM ISLAND. vv!in "impel t'liliui Nnva S.-rv !. London, Feb. J2. The American steamer Evelyn, which sailed from New Y'ork Jan. 2!t, with a cargo of cotton for Hremeii, struck a German nine Saturday off Horkuni Island In the North Sea. Tho vessel sank. Her captain and 27 of her crew were saved. The Evelyn is the first Ainerna vessel to meet with disaster ns n re sult of the sea warfare of the Eu ropean nations. She did not sink with in the war one included in tlie Ger man Admiralty's decree of Feb. 4 whlih went Into effect on Thursday. Ilorkum Island lies directly off the German coast at the mouth of the Ems river and Is German territory. The Evelyn was a single-screw steel steamship und was commanded by Captain Smith. She belonged to Har ris, lrby & Vose of New York. She was 252 feet long and 1,185 tons net. She was built In Southampton. Eng land. In IKS.",. Her home port was Philadelphia. Her cargo was valued at $:',50,()ii0 and was insured by the American gov ernment against war risks. The Evelyn was last reported us ar riving at Rotterdam on Feb. 17. The following wireless was received from Berlin Saturday night: "The report of the sinking of a Bri Ish transport with troops and its con voy reached Berlin too late for com ment by tho morning papers. "All of the papers, however, feature the report In first-page headlines, to gether with reports of the sinking of other vessels by submarines or mines." Ixindon. A German submarine made Its appearance In the Irish sea Saturday morning and torpedoed. without notice, the British coasting steamer Cambunk of 1,9'.I0 tons regis ter. Three of the crew were killed and a fourth was drowned while the men were taking to the boats. This Incident was the only one con nected with the German submarine blockade of the British Isles reported Saturday. It came about the aiime time that the Anglo-French fleets were bombarding the Dardanelles forts and while the Russians, accord lug to a telegram received from Petro- grad, were administering a defeat to the Germans at Ossowetz, and driving back to the frontier the troops Which had attacked that fortress. In the meantime the battles on the Continent continue, with ever-increas- iin intensity. The offensive, which the allies took early last week, has brought about renewed activity all along the libe, und attacks and conn ter-attacks have become much more numerous. Both the British and the Fren h seemingly made considerable progress at the outset of the offensive opera tions, and this mnde, it Imperative for the Ge mans to deliver counter attacks to regain the ground which they had lost. Cettlnje has been again visited by an Austrian aeroplane, which dropped bombs, and, according to tlie Monte negrin report, killing two women. 30O.OCO VISIT PANAMA FAIR. Immense Crowd Thrills at Scenes of Frisco Exposition and Words of Socretary Lans. San Francisco. All records, for ex position first-day attendance wery broken at the opening of the Panama Pacific International Exposition. By 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon the turn stiles had clicked off 225,(inn admis sions. As the President's personal envoy, Secretary Lane was heard with the closest attention. In the more solemn passages of his compact, hinMy wroueht oi a' ion, tlie vlbiutions of his voice stirred the audience In sympa thy. Three Dead In Indian Battle. Gru.ison. I'tnh Feb. 22. An ull nlght battle between Piute Indians aui the posse under United States .Marshal Arpilla Nelielcer of Salt Luke City is raging nt Bluff, where three persons were killed and three wounded In the fighting between the redskins and the whites. The dead: One white man. Joe Akin, of Dolores, Colo.; two Indi ans, ".luck" Brother and an ludlun girl. Arrest 1S0 Priests In Mexico. City. Washington.- All the unlive Roman Catholic clergy in Mexico City were arrested Saturday und ure being held for $.",iiO.0iiii ransom, official advices from diplomats in the Mexican capital n celled here say. The only priests exempted are those of foreign nation ality, who llave been ordered to leave the country. Secretary Bryan In structed Consul Canada ut Vera Cruz to Intervene with General (riuuzu mil seek the releuse of ISO priests un der arrest. Wyoming Solons Adjourn. rbeyenue At 10: :i(l o'clock of the Siindu v morning following the Sat in -day midnight which terminated the constitutional forty days of Its session was the hour at which the Thirteenth Wyoming Legislature adjourned sine die. not lo meet again unless sum luoned in extra session. Falls to Death In MUI Machina. Fort Collins.- Floyd Conover, 19 rears old, whose parents live In Ar vada, was killed here by a fall In an alfalfa mill. Time it! Pape's Diapcpsin ends all Stomach misery in five minutes. Do some fcods you eat hit back taste good, but work badly; ferment into stubborn lumps und rause a sick, our. gassy stomach? Now, Mr. or Mrs. Dyspeptic, Jot this down: Pape's Dlapepsin digests everything, leaving nothing to sour and upset you. There never was anything so safely quick, so certainly effective. No difference how badly your stomach is disordered you will get happy relief In five minutes, but what pleases you most Is that It strengthens and regulates your stom ach so you ran eat your favorite foods without frar. You feel different ns soon ns 'Tape's Dlanepsin" conies in contact with the stomach distress Just vsnlshes your stomach gets sweet, tro gases, no belch ing, no eructations of undigested food. Go now, make the best investment you ever made by getting a large fifty- cent cose of Pape's Dlapepsin from any store. You rculize in five minutes how needless it Is to suiTcr from indiges tión, dyspepsia or bad stomach. Adv. Hard to Land. An English i ot respondent raid in Washington: "I once tried to Interview Lord Kitchener, the English war minister. I tinkled him after dinner in a ho tel lounge as he sipped his coffee and pufted on a huge cigar. He stared at me when I proffered n.y request, then he blew u cloud of smoke and said: ' i never gave nn Interview in my life, and I never intend to.' That seemed decisive enough. I felt myself getting red, and I stam mered, as I prepared to go: "'Well, then. Lord Kitchener, will you at least give me your a.i:oi;ra;h? It would be worth having.' "He blew another cloud of smoke. Then he answered: " You'd better go off and make your own autograph worth having.1 MEAT CLOGS KIDNEYS THEN YOUR BACK HURTS Take a Glass of Salts to Flush Kid neys If Bladder Bothers You Drink Lots of Water. No man or woman who eats meat regularly can make a niistuke by flush ing the kidneys occasionally, says a well-known authority. Meat forms uric acid which excites the kidneys, they become overworked from the strain, get sluggish and fall to Alter the waste and poieons from the blood, then xve get sick. Nearly all rheu matism, headaches, liver trouble, ner vousness, dizziness, sleeplessness and urinary disorders come from sluggish kidneys. The moment you feel a dull ache In the kidneys or your back hurts or if the urine is cloudy, offensive, full ot sediment, irregular of -passage or at tended by a sensation of scalding, stop eating meat and get about four ounces of Jad Salts from any pharmacy; take a tableepoonful in a glass ot water before breakfast cud in a few days your kidneys will act line. This fa mous salts is mude from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with llthia, and has been used for generations to flush and stimulate the kidneys, also to neutralize the acids in urine so it no longer causes irrita tion, thus ending bladder weakness. J. id Suits is inexpensive and cannot injure; makes a delightful efferves cent lithia water drir.k which everyone thould take now nnd then to keep the kidneys cleun and active and the blood pure, thereby avoiding serious kidney complications. Adv. The Flight of Time. Uncle Rastus lives in a plensunl lit tic bungalow on the outskirts of large town. Wending his nay thither on the Saturday evening before Easte: he stopped as suddenly ns colliding with safety gates and uttered a cry of dismay. Several people hastened up to sc what was the mutter. On the ground was a broken bottle. On the face oi RaBtus was un cxpresbion of great sad liess. "What in the world has happened, I'ncle ItastusV" solicitout-ly asked one of the putty. "Have you broken your bottle of gin?" "Yes, sah, boss! Yas, sah!" was the mournful reply of Uncle Itastus, ns he pointed to the broken bottle. "Dar Eustuh come an' gone." GRANDMA USED SAGE TEA TO DARKEN HER GRAY HAIR She Made Up a Mixture of Saga Tea and Sulphur to Bring Back Color, Gloss, Thickness. Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea and Sulphur, properly compound ed, brings back the natural color and lustre to the huir lien faded, streaked or gray, bIbo ends dandruff, itching scalp and steps fulling hair. Years ago the only way to get this mixture wua to muke it ut home, which mussy and troublesome. Nowaday by asking at any storo for "Wyeth Suge and Sulphur Hair liemedy, you will get a large bottle of the famous old recipe for about 50 cents. Don't stay gray! Try It! No one can possibly tell that you darkened your huir, as it does it so naturally and evenly. You dampen a sponge or soft brush with it and dr?w this through your bul-, taking one small ttrand at a time, by morning the gray huir disappears, and after another ap plication or two, four hair becomes beautifully dark, thick and glossy Adv. The Proof. "Is that a ioke''" "Y'es. lertaluly " ' How do you know'.'" "Why. a professional humorist said It was." "How did lie know?" "Why. he wrote It himself." STATE NEWS OF INTEREST TO ALL NEW MEXICO PEOPLE m-.rn N..ip.r t'nlon Nw 8rvlr. ATI:h Kill IIISIXII DtKMI. April - I. -- A li nun ) MeellnK Southwest- crn New MpkIi-ii futile Wlon ii IS' An- soclutlnli. at Siller City. A large elevator is to be hnllt at Clovls. The Fugle dam Is now S3 per cent completed. Harriet C. Butler has len untned postmistress at FarmlnEton. Francisco M. Hojorqucis was re-' elected representative from Sierra county. The Commercial Club at Alamogor- do Is arranging for a county fair the coming fall. The House passed a three-rent mile passenger rate bill by an overwhelm ing majority. Santos Sanchez, Hlá years old, died at Albuquerque. He had not been ill lor a decade. Maxwell shipped a rarload of beans to Kansas City. Tlie owner realized three cents per pound. President Wilson nominated Arthur F.vans of Hilda, register of the laud ofllce ut Fort Sumner. A shipment of fifty elk ten bulls und forty cows was made from Gard ner, Mont., to Decatur, N. M. Mayor Lea, of Iioswell, designated Feb. 15-20, as clean up week, and Ros- ell now presents au improved ap pearance. The governor bus signed the meas ure extending the term of schools from five to seven months und It is now a law. Quay farmers delivered fourteen wa;on loads of broom corn In Tucum- carl, for which they received from $t;u to $0 per ton. Quay county has an area of 2,806 square miles, containing 77 school dis tricts, 104 school rooms, 101 teachers and 3,571 scholars. Governor McDonald announced to both Houses of the Legislature that he hnd signed House Bill 158, the Blood investigation mensure. T. K. Stephenson, superintendent of the Empire Zinc Co., at Kelly, was seriously, and maybe futully injured by a fall In the mine. The farmers in the neighborhood of llcndule will plant sixty acres in tomatoes the coming seitson. A can ning factory is assured. OI filial returns show that Tularosa lost the high school bond proposition by 13 votes, 957 votes being cast for and 976 against the proposition. The new American-La France triple combination fire pump, chemical and hose truck of loo horsepower, cost ing $9,000, has been delivered to Dem ing. The Ilcv. Frederick T. Bennett, in charge of the Church of the Holy Faith, in Sunta Vé, from mi to 1895, died at St. Luke's Home in Phoenix, Ariz. A dispatch from Washington states that New Mexico's .Military Institute retains its lend for first place in CIubs A of the nutionul shooting competition for military schools. The Hondale members of the Mim bres Valley Farmers'. Association have won their contention for a substation ut Hondnle for the supply of fuel oil for their pumping plants. An additional appropriation to de fray expendes In connection with the New MexlioTexss boundary dispute is urged in a special message sent to both houses of the l-eglsluture. James T. Fay was fined $100 for unlawfully selling liquor, after a trial in Fannington. It was claimed Fay in dry San Juan county, had been shipping in five gallons of liquor weekly. Hiigermun sustuined the greutesl fire loss, meusured in value of prop erty destroyed, in her history when the Hugermun hotel building was burned, the totul loss being ueurly $25,000. Dictator Mubou J. Kelly of Silver City Lodge No. 903, Loyal Order of Moose, bus appointed a committee to conduct the cutnpuign for securing the location there of the Moose Nutionul Sanatorium. During the year, January 1, 1914 to December 1, 1914, the people of Ros- well used 2iiO.784.l33 gallons of wuter, as shown by the annual report of the superintendent of the water and sewer department, .1. D. lludgens. Governor McDonald has named the following notaries public: Albert S Dimmer und John F. Simms, Albu querque; David C. Johnson. Johnson Dudley P. Garrett, Ijis Cruces, and diaries L. Kennedy, White Ouks. Juan Lucero wus urrestcd and held to the grand Jury for stealing $9 cuth ami six bottles of redeye from the saloon of Juan Sanchez in Kust Vaughn. The sufu In the store of Luis Stern wus ulso robbed oí i;oiue $70 und valuable papers. Articles of Incorporation wero filed in the state corporation commission er a officii by the 141 Lux Copper Coin pauy, with office at La Luz, J. G Barrett, statutory agent. The com puny is capitalized at $25n,OOii, of which $197,000 Is paid lu. A farmer of Curry county paid $.Vm for his quarter section. Lust yeur he raised 7,000 bushels of kuflir corn und milo maize on 150 acres, reulizlng 35 bushels per acre. At the market price ot $l.tii; per bushel he should have cleared something like $1,000 for the season. According to the monthly Climatic summary for New Mexico, Issued by the section director of the weather bureau und assistants here, the month of Junuury, 1915, averaged far below the nurmul in temperature und much above in precipitation. Only once before during the lust 25 years (Janu ary, 1913, with 29.1 degrees) has the statu experienced a .lower average temperature In Junuury, and only four times during a like period has it re ceived higher average precipitation. Sliver City has decided (o pave the two pi incipulbualness streets. ACE LOSS OF SALARY SUPREME COURT DECIDES CHIEFS MUST PAY DEPUTIES. Opinion Given in Case of State ex re! Assessor Baca Against Treasurer Montoya oí 8ocorro County. YVfuorn N tiiaix-r I'nlnli Nen lyruri. Santa Fé. An opinion handed down by the State Supreme Court means thut county officers must go payless unless the Ijcglslnture passes a salary bill. Commissioners In nearly every ounty have allowed officers advance money against the time when a salary bill would be enacted. The opinion was given In the case of the State ex rel Assessor 'A. I). Unce, of Socorro county against Treasurer Max H. Montoya of Socorro. The Socorro county commissioners allowed As sessor Baca $5,000 for deputy hire, but Treasurer Montoya refused to pay the warrants. Passing through intricate legal procedure, the case finally reached the Supreme Court, which supported Montoya. Vnder tho opin ion, county officers must pay deputies out of their own potkets. County of ficers whose, tenure dates from Jan uary, 1912, have as yet received no salary on account of Coventor McDon old's vetoing snlary bills passed by two previous Legislatures. Investigating Committee Named. Santa Fé. A new banking act, ap proved by the State Bunkers' Associa tion, was introduced In both Houses of the legislature. Among other fea tures it limits bank loans to one per son or corporation to 20 per cent of capital nnd surplus and provides that no bank can loan more than 10 per cent of capital and surplus to one di rector without the written consent of tho other directors. No hank Is al lowed to do business without at least $25,000 paid In, this provision to he ef fective not later than 1920. The Joint committee to investigate tho State College and related financial affairs consists of Senators Crampton and All dredge and Representative Blood Chaves Y. Luna and Rutherford, Alldredge and Rutherford being Demo crats. The bill making an appropria tion for the improvement of the Rio Grande passed the House nnd goes to the governor. Head Literally Torn to Pieces. Santa Fé. The passage, of a bill by the House under suspension of the rules, ottering a reward of $500 for the slayer or slayers of Candido Chaves, whose body was found near the vil lage of Santo Domingo, Sandoval coun ty, elicited details of a shocking crime. ChaveB' body was found by his brother lying In the road, with the head literally torn to pieces by charge from a shotgun fired so close that powder burns were visible. The brother alleges he fund a trail of moccnslned feet following that of his brother., To Protect Men in Mines Santa Fe. The Senate pussed Sen ate Bill No. 13, by Mr. Punkey, amend ing the law creating the office of in spector of mines and defining his duties and powers. The bill provides thut every operator ot any roul mine "shall supply at least one drag for each rope trip In all Inclines and slopes to be attached to the reHr end of the hind cur, ascending such In clines or slopes, for the purpose of de railing the car in rase the rope or couplings should break or any cars bi corne detached." Boy Shoots Girl in Head. Sonta Fé. The fourteen-year-old daughter of Romun Tafoyu of Cerrillos this county, was shot In the head with a 22 rifle in the hands of a hoy named Florentino Lucerov, who claims It was an accident. Body of Prospector Cooney Found, Socorro. Woi d was received here jf tlie finding of the body of Capt. M Cocisey, seventy-six years old, who left here Oct. 26 with a pack train for the wilds of Mogollón mountains in search of a lost mine. The body was found In a cañón, by bla son and former mounted Policeman Robert Lewis, after a search of two months or more Cooney, a well known old-timer nnd prospector, was evidently overtaken by heavy snow storms and died of ex posure. The body was so badly de composed that It had to be burled where found. Cooney, whose father, Socorro county pioneer, was killed by Indians, was a former county (reus urer, former mayor of Socorro, and former member of the Legislature. He is survived hy a widow und one son. Applications Affirmed. Sunta Fe. The Parole Board has approved the following applications for parole: Robert Leslie, Sr., Lincoln county; Arucsto Martinez, Sun Miguel county, und Hurry A. Roy, Lincoln county. U. 3. Asked to Hunt Missing Man Albuquerque. Word has been ceived here that residents of Hlllsboro friends of Aloys l'reisser. have asked tlie State Department to nld Itl locat lug him. l'reisser has not been heurd from since December, when be wept to a town In the Interior of Mexiro in response to a telegram from his son PrelBser has considerable mining in terests In Mexico und wus repute there to be very weulthy. His friends feur he has been heir! for ransom Is the victim of violence. Cattle Quarantine Renewed. Sunta Fé. Governor McDonald Is sued a proclamation re-establishing the quarantine on cattle into this stute. No shipments are allowed from any other Btute or from Mexico suve by special permit i f the Stute Cuttle Sunitury Board. Summer Flower Show. Santa Fé. The New Uexlco Hortl culturul Soxiety Is planning a hortl cultural fair and flower show In Sunt Fé some time in August or September rrh cf Kii:Y5 CcrcJ Dy Tcnina "I had Ca tarrh of the Kidney and Bladder. I Am Very Thankful For Peruna. 1 Feel Well, My tonjjwo is rlr. I have no bitter taste in my mouth. I am glad to aay I do not need Peruna any longer, I am perfectly well. I have Peruna in the house all the time. When I have a cold or when 1 do not feel well I take Peruna. We were all tick with the grip last winter. We took t'erM na mnA it KvlnMi n Peruna is the best medicine for grip or colds. Mr. On.. It. CvUsu Bsx SOI. Or toavUle. MUu The Wretchedness of Constipation Can quickly be overcome by CARTER'S LITTLE ""V x IVER PILLS. y Purely vegetable f . iía r'clsWni CARTERS liver. Cure . . . . . v.. - Biliousness, Head- che. Diiii. ness, and Indigestion. They do their duty. SMALL PILL, SMALL DOSE, SMALL PRICE. Genuine must bear Signature I PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM A tolt pre-prnf Ion of merit. II pip' t Bra'ltratft (land ruff. For Restorán Color mtd . , BsMutr toCrsr or Faded Hak, -Li j b0c" nd 00 ml l,r"tfc1t' HE GOT THE TWELVE CENTS Pointed Argument of Old Colored Toll- Man Was Too Much for Mo tor Tourists. One of the pioneer manufacturers of motor cárs, Is responsible for this motor story. ' 'On one of the old turnpikes which the motor tourist occasionally runs across, a big touring car had twice rushed through the gate without pay ing toll. The third time they made the attempt the old colored toll-man shut the gate, and brought them to a standstill. Tlte half-dozen occupants of tho large touring car were very In dignant and declared emphatically that they were entitled to ride free. 'Look at your own board,' said tlie driver, 'It reads, 'Every carriage, cart or wagon drawn by one beast, two cents; every additional beast, two cents." 'We're nut drawn by any beast at all.' 1 'No sah, but here's where ye come in,' replied the old colored man, as he pointed to another clause, which read: Every half-dozen hogs, four cents," and he added, 'An' three times four Is twelve.' 'The twelve cents was paid." Her Difficulty. A young lady who lisped very budly was treated by a specialist, and after diligent practice and the expenditure of some money, learned to say, "Sis ter Susie's Sewing Shirts for Soldiers." She repeated It to her friends at a private rehearsal, and was congratu lated upon her masterly performance. Yeth," she said dubiously, "but it 1th th u th an ectheedingly difficult re mark to work into a converthathon ethpethially when you conthider that I have no thithter Thuthie." A Mild Hint. "Can you understand why I can't get a job? I've been very patient and persistent." 'You don't go about it right, re plied Farmer Corntossel. "When you want a job you ought to ask some body besides your senator to get it for you.'1 THE DOCTOR'S WIFE Agrees With Him About Food. A trained nurse says: "In the prac tice of my profession i have found so many points in favor of Grape Nuts food that I unhesitatingly recommend It to all. my patients. "It is delicate and pleasing to the palate (an essential In food for the sickliand can be adapted to all ages, being softened with milk or cream for babies or the aged when deficiency of teeth renders mastication Impossible. For fever patients or those on liquid diet I find Grape Nuts and albumen water very nourishing and refreshing. "This recipe Is my own idea and is made as follows: Soak a leaspoonful of Crape-Nuts in a glass of water for an hour, strain and serve with the beaten white of an egg and a spoonful of fruit Juice for flavouring. This af fords a great deal of nourishment that even the weakest stomach can assimi late without any distress. "My husband is a physician and he uses Grape-Nuts himself and orders It many times for bis patients. "Personally I regard a dish of Grape Nuts with fresh or stewed fruit as the Ideal breakfast for anyone well or sick.'- ln stomach trouble, nervous prostra tion, etc., a 10-day trial of Orape-Nuts will usually work wonders toward nourishing and rebuilding and In thin way end the trouble. Name given by Postura Co., Dattle Creek, Mich. Look In pkgs. for the fama-JS V.Kle) book, "The Road to Wellvllle." Itnr r-a 4 Ik ov Irllrrt A arprara I rum llmr la flair. Thr ara raulae, trac, aa4 full af b.ail tatei.at'