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LA3 VEGAS DAILY OPTIC, 1 FRiDAV, MARCH 26, 1909 1 , EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY LAV APPLICABLE TO NEW MEXICO The supreme court of Texas, ac cording to a decision handed down at Austin, holds that the federal employ ers' liability law, declared unconstitu tional by the supreme court of the United States as to Interstate traf fic, is still Applicable to the territor ies and the District of Columbia. , The decision comes. In a suit brought up from El Paso- by Judge Frank 0. Morris In behalf of Enedina Gutierrez, administratrix, for the death of her husband, who was killed on the El Paso Northeastern rail road. . ' The case was tried in the El Paao district court and the plaintiff award ed judgment. The court of appeals reversed the case on the grounds that tha employers liability law had been held unconstitutional, but Judge Mor ris took the case to the supreme court and argued that the, law was still ap plicable to the District of Columbia and the territories, Inasmuch as the - supreme court; had'only acted on the law eo far as It referred to Interstate commerce. The supreme court first overruled him, but he asked for a new hearing and. got It, with the result that the court has sustained him and affirmed the verdict of the district court at El Paso, ' i 1 The death of Gutierrez occurred In New Mexico. : . ' : 11 - '- ' ODDS AND END8 i B. F. rChaney of Boston, a director ; and large stockholder of the Atchi son, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway company, was In Kansas City to, con sultation with J. E. Hurley, general .manager of the eastern section, Mr. Cheney said he was on a" tour of In spection 'over the line and - was In Kansas City to look after his business. fie left Kansas City for a trip' over the western lines. Brakeman C. C. Odom and S. L. Bufdlck are said to have stepped down and cut of their own accord. The lads will Jlkely'go tq the Pacific coast for better or worse. . Brakeman C. M. Robinson had suf ficiently resovored from hte late in disposition t-o engage himself as a switchman in the local yard last night, and he filled the engagement to the satisfaction of himself and ev erybody else whom he caredv in the lea3t to satisfy, W. B. Jennings, .who yviears a "pll - lar of fire" badge on his helmet, re ceived a bx of books by freight here yesterday from New Jersey. How ever, this railroad noting must not be construed as an : advertisement fpr; the hqund volumes, for it is nothing of the kind. ; TV H. Moen, a farmer on the Mora Toad, yesterday received f by freight four bags of alfalfa seed all the way from Iowa, thereby setting an exam pie that some of his neighbors might do well to emulate. ' Conductor M. R. Jones has been ' called to Clayton on a business ma ter that concerns him alone. He lef! for that Union county town thl3 aft ernoon. I r Benjamin Garrltson, a clever truck man at the shops here, with J. Vigil as a bully helper, has gone down the line somewhere to repair the brake rigging on a derailed engine. , Brakemen Houghton and Newell " passed through Las Vegas' yesterday " afternoon for the Belen cut-oft; from 5 Raton.- ; ?''''.' 'i y.'", ',, E. ! Marcotte, a locomotive carpen ter here, didn't get away forvan Francisco W last evening on N. 7. A 1600 engine has been harnessed to the blower and steam line at hei local roundhouse. It will furnish the power with which to supply the house with warmth and the machinery with motion, while the, stationary boilers are being .overhauled. Pedro Vlalpando is now employed in the local freight depot In ;place of Toribio Sanchez who has gone np the road for a little while. John McCollum, a car clerkto Uje division foreman here, will be, trans ferred to La Junta, at which terml: nal he will draw a salary as a bonus time' keeper under W. H. Edgecombe. ton as a witness before the grand jury In a railroad case or two. Engineer Judson . Young, who pulls passenger between this city and Al buquerque, is indulging himself. In another lay-off at this end of his run. There is now a force of eight tele graph operators for night and day ser vice to the new f reigght office in the lower station yards at Belen, New Mexico. Joseph Brennan is employed at the railroad office in Belen as , a bor'i keeper. His wife Is the daughter' of Mrs. Corcoran who conducts the Col- lumbus hotel at Albuquerque. J. K. Brunsklll, the day clerk at the Alvarado hotel in Albuquerque, would like to get into communication with one Charles Livingston, who was a recent gae3t at the hotel, posing as a traveling talesman. Mr. Brunsklll cashed a New York draft for forty dollars for Livingston-. 1 ; The paper proved to le worthless and the hotel clerk has to stand the loss. ' , B. T. Payne is a. Santa Fj official at the Harvey hostelry here today from his home and headquarters in Topeka. . ' Circus advertising car No. 2 of the Sells-Floto fchows reached Las Vegas last night, coupled onto passenger train No. i which came in Bhortly after 8 o'clock. Good Cough Medicine for Children. The season for coughs and colds Is now at hand and too much care can not be used to protect the children, A child is much more likely to con tract diphtheria or scarlet fever when he has a cold. The quicker you cure his cold the less the risk. Chamber lain's Cough Remedy is the sole re liance of many mothers, and few of those who have tried it are willing to use any other. Mrs. F. F. Starch- er, of Ripley, ,W. Va., says: "I have never nsed anything other than Cham berlain's Cough Remedy for my chil dren, and it has always given good satisfaction." Thlsi remedy contains no opium or -other narcotio and may be given as confidently to a child as to an adult. For sale by all dealers, The greatest automobile race the world has over seen will be run from New York pity to the grounds of the Alaska-Yukcii-Paciflc exposition 4n, Seattle. The race will start on June 1, the day the exposition opens. $2,000 , trophy and $5,300 in cash prizes have been offered by M. Rob ert Guggenheim, the' automobile en thusiast, who is a resident of Seattle, ;. N ;, A Religious Author's Statement. Rev. Joseph H. Fesperman, Salis bury, N. C, who Is the author of sev eral books, writes:' "For several years was afflicted with kidney trou ble and last winter I was suddenly stricken with a severe pain in my kid neys and was confined to bed eight days unable to get up without assur ance. My urine contained a white thick sediment and I passed same fre quently day and night I commanded taking Foley s Kidney Remedy, and tin pain gradually abated and finally ceased and my urine became normal I cheerfully recommend Foley's Kid ney Remedy." O. G. Schaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. j fir "Old Faithful," the famous Yellow stone Park geyser, -will "be f repro duced in Geyser Basin, one of th central features of the Alaska-Yukon- Paclfic exposition, ' which opens in Se attle on June 1. It will spout water. Illuminated at might by electric lamps of different colorsto a height, of 150 feet In the air. a bonus supervisor. Master Mechanic James -Kiely cam came to town on No. 9 last night from his headquarters at Raton..- " . If. K. Ferguson an attache of the Santa Fe Railway company, present ed his number at the Castaneda ho tel last evening and it was duly hon- tfl by the genial but diamondless clerk behinl the counter. Special officer Fletcher Dorsey, who ! In the employ of the Santa Fe mpany, stationed in Albuquerque, I relievo 'gpechfl Officer J. S. Na- r here, utile he la absent in Ra- Near Death In Big Pond. It -was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida Soper to face death.' "For years a set' re lung trouble gave me intense suffering, i' she writes, "and several times nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doctors said I was Incurable. Then Dr. King's New Dis covery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled In twelve years." Mrs. So per lives in- Big Pond, Pa. It works wonders in Coughs and Colds, Sore Lungs, Hemorrhages, LaGrlppe, Asth ma.Croup, ,Whooping Cough and all Bronchial 'nf. "actions. . EOc and '$1.00. TrUl bottl s free. Guaranteed by, all dru-rists. '- Gold dnstr valued at $5,000,000 has arrived Li Seattle where It will make one of tt i exhibits at the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific exposition, which opens June i. It was brought out over the winter trail from Dawson City, Nome and Fairbanks. ' . Race Suicide is not nearly the menace to Increase ! in population that deaths among in fants are.. Kleht out of ten of ths- deaths are "'irectly or lndir?ctly cans ed by bo-w i troubles. McGee's Baby Elixir curss diarrhoea, fiysentcf, sour stomach and all infant ailments of this nature. Just the thing for tpethfnst babies. Price 2"o and 50" per bottle. Sold by Center Block Depot Drug Co. fae:,:ebs ofcclcd ACT SCALE CF FiliCES The Farmers' club of Greeley Clo., has adopted a scale for the coming season, In mludi f i,i nages are1 the same as la t ! " 1 ' hrilo will be paid $30 a month and bonnl. .Ir rigators; will have extra pay for over time and . Sunday" "work. Beet field labor will get $20 an ' acre, or sixty cents a ton;: potatoes $1,75 to 2.00 a day 'and boafd; by .contract, four cents a two-bushel ' sack w!tht board for 160 sacks an acre; less than the yield Is more and vice versa; hay makers, $1.40 to $1.75 - a day -and board. '. - ' ' , ' , ' tj About 5,000 extra men are needed during the harvest. .. If railroad building is as general all over 'the country as is anticipated, it may les sen the supply of labor and wages may go up. The farmera are det Aids Nature The great success of Dr. Pierce'i Golden Medical Dis covery in curing weak-stomachs, wasted bodies, weak luags, and obstinate end lingering coughs, is based on the recognition of the fundamental truth that "Golden Medical Discovery" supplies Nature with body-building, tissue-repairing, muscle-making materials, in con densed nd concentrated form. With this help Nature supplies the necessary strength to the stomach to digest fiiiui, build up the body and thereby throw off lingering obstinate' coughs. The "Discovery" re-establishes the destive and nutritive organs in sound health, purifies and eariu'ues the blood, and nourishes the nerves in iiiOrt establishes sound vigorous health. vonr dealer offers aomethln "last good, it Is probably better FOR HIM It pays better. But you are thinking of the cure not the profit, bo there's nothlni " lust aa &ood" lor you. Say so. Pr' ferce' Common Sense Medical Adviser, In Plain English; or, Med if-ine Simplified, 1008 pages, over 700 illustrations, newly revised up-to-date tion, paper-bound, sent for 21 one-cent stamps, to cover cost of mailing btily. Qotb-bound, 31 stamps. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. . n 110 ned to sstand together. Hour3 of i:rk are from 7 to 6 no one rises fore 5 o'clock, and there are no board and room cows to milk. Women v get $20 a month, and sometimes . more, with . " For Diseases of the Skin. Nearly all diseases of the skin such as eczema, tetter, salt rheum and bar bers' itch, are characterized by an In tense itching and smarting, which of ten makes life a burden and disturb sleep and rest.. Quick relief may be had by applying Chamberlain's Salve. It allays the Itching and smarting al most instantly. . Many cases have-, been cured by its use. ' For sale by. all dealers. . All of the transcontinental rail roads have made such stop-over prlvi- leges to the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific ex- , position this summer that the tourist' may see the Grand Canyon of the Col orado, lYellowstdne Park and other scenic wonders, while en rodte to 13 e-. attle. : ' ' Foley's Honey and Tar cures coughs quickly, strengthens the lungs and Y expels colds. Get the genuine in a. ' yellow package. O. G. Schaefer and Red Cross Drug Co. i i ESTABLISHED 1362 Most Beautiful Creations of I New York's Foremost Modistes Shown in . Our ' Exclusive Styles. THEN selecting the hat for Easter the thought uppermost in the buyer's mind is, "is it Exclusive," "will I see another one V like ft?" , In buying these beautiful Easter hats -each one was carefully considered and compared with others to avoid ' ?- even "otrAs oi similarity., In fact they are as exclusive as though made to .f'z'-J ;jryV-' 1 1 your special order. MJ, Ilk j i- f.-l 1 i. l il i i .il . ,'trx !!" 'rffllf in -y( iuu uau uuuose no more sausiaciory piace iu ouy man m mis store, doic ASt'cw I rj from a style viewpoint and as a matter of economy. Surely a saving "of from l-'-'v, on an absolutely correct hat is worth considering, and that -4 Jt I W n.. ' i. T1 V7f T5 f TT AWY? " v Guarantee to Those Who Buy of Us. , ' VjExtr a Special Twelve popular colors in our 05c Silk Lisle Hose, 4c a pair. Each customer limit-, ed to 3 pairs. , y V On Sale Thursday, Friday aud Saturday. , .; v ;r Unequalled Styles in White Waists. Almost an endless, variety of waists foryou to select from by actual count more than 250 .distinct styles. And they're pleasing styles too the newest and the best we could find. For a weeks special selling we haVe made up five grand lots, including in them many of our choicest 'Styles.'",-'.''"-':"""""'.." '.' - '. ." '! .' ' . LOT 1 New styles worth $1.23 for , 98c ' LOT 2 Extra qualities worth $1.75 for $1 19 LOT 3 Dainty designs, worth $2.00, for $1.48 LOT 4 Linen and lingerie $3.00 styles $2.25 LOT 5 Tailormade linen and lingerie $3.50 styles, $2.98 V Clothes 'For .the-Little Folks " Mothers will surely appreciate the splendid lot of ready-torwear dresses we are showing for the . little ones. 'Particularly ; goody are ' the ' Leavy' ' dresses f or chiV tn , of , one to five years the dainties! stynd imaginable and : made as carefully andj as"eHsy, as you would do your self. Then, nn the ialgersfces, from fitn Upors thd stvlnt are remaVkiblv eood and the garments well proportioned.' ," , ' ' .'..'. ' " "Leavy Dresses" of nne white ma terials in a variety of most charming styles, -' daintily made and trimmed.; fine Chambrays and Ginghams in all the good washable colors; prices of these' are from $1.00 to $6.00 each. Girls Dresses of extf a quality Percales, Ginghams, Chambrays, Galateas, Pique and Linen; unusually attractive styles; best proportioned garments made; appro priately trimmed; for girls of 6 to 14 years; prped from 50c to $4.00 each. as. Easter Sale of Tailored Suits $20,00 A ' Thirty of our new tailored, Suits have been , set apart for Thursday, Friday and Saturday's special selling, at a price far less than the real value. ' - ' V iThese suits are correct in styles, made of Panama, Chiffon Panama, Serge, and Novelty Suitings in appropriate spring colors. They are suits we! have been selling at 24.00, 25.00 and 27.50. V For three days, Thursday, Friday and Sat $20,00 ; SWEATERS ) For Women, A Anmfnrt.fl.hlA ffttrmpnh fnr early SDriD.2 wear, and the styles we are showing are the the SDecial orices . . . il.i nl 1 r .. 1 n , A A nil : K1I1I1H LULL Will VUU. iVIliUO Ul uuv cu- wool yarns In a jariety of fancy stitches. Coat Sweater, in Oxford grey 2.75 Coat 8weater in white, all wool....... .....3.60 Coat Sweater in white, all wool : 4 00 Finest quality all wool in plain white or white and Oxford grey .. .6,00 Easter Sale of Fancy Silks Until .Saturday night you will have the opporturity to buy silks you need at Foulards, 1.15 and 1.35 qualities, 82c and -'98c. : " ' ' ' - ' Fancy Taffetas and Rajahs 69c '.' Fancy Taffetas and Brocades, 89c. s ) Extra Special J . Spcial lot, .Onyx Brand, 45c Lace Lisle Hose 32c ... Three pairs to a customer. On sale, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. . . ' , ' FIT YOUR BOY With His new Spring Suit Extra Special r Swiss ribbed, Egyptiancotton ' 35c Summer Union Suits, 25c Low neck, knee pants. On sate, Thursday, Friday and. Saturday. Don't delay. The demand for the ' ' WE ARBETTER" boy's suits grows eve ry day. . People who know, appreciate the good qualitiesthe fit the finish--the d u r a b i 1 i t y and the good looks of 'WE ARB ETTE R' clothes for boys. - 1. y, . Prices are from . 225 to 8,00 Hudnuts Perfumps Lovers of fine perfumes and Toilet accessories will appre late the goodness- of the Hudnnt fol!owin PP r Pripe? "e are offerin th Toilet Water-Rose, Violet, Royal Hudnutine and Extreme Violet. Perfume-Ideal Pink, White Rose, Lily of the Valley and Hudnutine. C Id Cram, Nail Lnstre, Nail Polish. Qntiele Acid, Cnonmher Cream, Sanht Po ders, Talc um Powders and- Ureen Liq id Soap.