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AL1UQU0IQU EVENWi HERALD (ftueemor is Trlhvis citleen.) A MKrCMMCAX NBWWAMW, BY TMK HKHAU) PUHIJHH1NO CO. JnWlit)f f (pry af MstTioGH trm, AMniqwcfetae, W, M. March 7, till, at ftha pnloWoa at AKneratrqHr, X M., owfr the Act ftt March S, JB70. OfW WMlllH eSHTtfT. CfftM On J hj wait H.M Cms jrrar by esmler . . . . v. ,..W.W HKIJ OP WAIt. Onera! Hhermnn declared thnt ';nr In hell." and no witness Who hap ever had nny "personal experience m tin- subject linn been found to 'lontrovrrt the sreurney of the state ment niniln b that grim old soldier. Jl In doubtful If 11 conflict between nation hns ever lifii nairrd in which one side or thr otherusually bothdid not claim thnt the "rules ef war" wem viola till li I In opponent iinil iiKdMun-n of brutality und savag ery Indulged In. It Is Invariably dif ficult mid umially Imposdhlc for tlm Impartial edwerver to form nit Intel llgent conclusion n to lh truth of I lime claim, for thr simple rfanon that they nlwnyte come front n bitter- ly'prrjudlced source, mid for I ha fur. titer reason that In the very nature of things, war I ie ersntially brutal und navago that the rules it propri ety which govern lin conduct ure neb. ulous nnd Indefinite. It In one thing for u t of high- browed gentlemen tn nit in council in tlm en of profound tranquility and formulate a set of regulations la gov nil Ihn conduct of what In paradox icalty termed clvlllnd warfare. It J another und quite n illfferint thing ror 11 n army of, min not no lilsh lirdwrd und nurrotindrel by Influence which tfri fur from traniiull tn bi governed tn the inttcr by thoso regu lations. Kvrn In thr Individual, when ' the-worst or human pasMonn nrr aroused, there In no tutv or rule of. conduct which can restrain thr Impulse, to uhrldted violence. How math won- Impossible It must tin to rettfrol the Inflamed passions of many thousand's of men, augmented b)W that Irresponsible spirit of thr crowd whMi lead men to Indulge In which would nrvtr occur to IhVm lan Individual. Thei rWara now soIiib on In differ ent paitn of the world fumlxh no cx i pptlon to thr rule, whlah, in tin old k the hlntory of warfare, Itoth from UMna und from thn acnt of the Itftlo-TurkUh war hnvn como ntorlen that am far from pretty. Thco ntclr (en urn iloubtlnen exaxieerated, und rl thcrn In rruKOn to believe that they contain much of truth. Hut who nr we. pitting by ouTrcomfort nble flre-nlde nnd rcadlnit the newn of thn dn), to JudRn of the conduct of Moldlcr on the tented field tn re mote cornem of the eurth. Influenced by wo know not what surrounding!) null Influmed by we know not what pUkKjonn? Ilulen of warfare aro uudoubti'dly imcesmiry, and nhould bo obfierred by i-ivlllted nutlouni but After nil ll'-be-)ifovm un tn remember that ut the bent war K hell, V'e trust HlAt the duli-nutc ,10 the Irrigation congrem , In ChUageJVjeHI itot'ovrrdo lh thing qnd Irrigation otten. ,Vn have, he'arditthut ll'ttORW tully lium nlUir Jltitt the ell in t,ljt rago. Till. WIIIl'lMNU'l'OHT. Agitation for. tlm re-ettiblHhitienl of thn whipping poat an a punlnhment for certain forma of petty crime han hen not Infrequent eif recent yearn. ARltntlon for Itn itbollnhmrnt wan no iea Innliitcnt during the jvarn when It wan a rec-ognlxeil llintitulln hi thU counirj. To lay 'down hard nnd fant rulen lie to' What form of punlnhment will act u the int rettuin deterrent to the comnilMlon of crime In In the un turn nf thlnxn pruetlcally Impowel ii)e. Werei It otlnrivloe, crime wnuld long wlnco heevo hrrn nhnllnhed by thn Hlmplo expedient of ndnptlng for ch offenno tho form of punlnhment which would put ii Mop to tin com mlnnroti. Thcfp Jn roanon to bullcve that muny eiffenelern would fear the bodily piiln Incident tn n vlgoroun up Plication of tho lanh more than they would It term In prliion or at hard la bor. On the other hand, punt expert rnce. bun nhor.ii that there urtt nlo many offendern to whom the whip ping pent would have uo terreirn what(ver, The- elllflcully of fixing punlnhment With a view to deterring the crlmlnn III chiefly In thn rnct that compara tively fw 'ci Intra arn committed with uny degree of etellaerntlon. If wo eould Kocceet upon thn uumpMon that vrry rrlnilnal, before cowwlt- Uric nn unlawful urt, would aue unit contemplate! the cottmiucicr of th act In Ihu v'Ht of ileU-iUteaehc FfaW-em would tic eany of h4mIh ,M nuch Went the? cane lHc of iTiewfte r)eema hw freurKt wlffc' ea paaatHa; year, rrlwwa C VkVHeiv(HrM pMKHcay have, cweae bi feWa tint. The whiaptNa- mU. h much tn! in n jaftf Ui M ivftr jw tprt WUvI'M" be irtld annlnul It. For nome crlm Inaln it would undoubledty be mod medicine for oihrm It would b wholb tnd. Why hot takn a uhnucn on it and rIvc Judce of orlmlnol court the discretion to determine in what ciii' and on what offender It nhould be Uned" a 7itVmi 1 ti":its. The frentiency of nnnannlniitlon in thin rotinlrt In bnd. Very hud, t'ol Hern of tlil Meek hnn u ntrong ntu- tlMlcid ntnrt of the ntate of crime und of erlmimil Jnw In thin country. Thn urllcle upprnven the CfllcnRo Trlbune'n ntiitement tlmt per nonn were murdered In the United HloKn. Think of It! Alntont an many pere eon were murdered un were killed by the rnllroudn In the itnie twe.vn monlhn It In 11 ver nhiimeful ondltloii, truly. The lall of our leRul admin IMrntrmi of Jtmtlre In partly to bhune. I'ollticn nhleldn many homlclden. I'er. hapn (. horrified pity for nueh de HrtiiTiile little wretchen an Henry 1 'lay Ileultle. forlriR thn electric ihalr, muken Jurlen nver-lrnlrni. The peoplo eertalnl) do hot coli iloiie murder. They nre not tntmlnd- ful of the hint eondltlolin. Hut It I dltfloult ftir farmem und doctorn nnd hunlnenn nun and hnnkern and work. Intc men to rvfnrm the law cnurln. If llinno municipal Rrocerlen that have )een nturteij In Den Molnen nnd either lownn will only hammer down the price of TlmnkcRlvhiR turkey to the point where the proletariat will have u loolcln the putrlota renponsl bin Tor them will have a life Icunn on office. We wlnh thn wenlern ifovernorn much Joy of their undertaking to bring the eant and rt doner to gether, but wo Innlnt that If they ran gel enough vnatcrnera to comet to thin enchanted land the problem would ntlVe ItieHr, for them wouldn't be any uny 'tongcr. Wt are willing to iirtcp with thn ludy who extoln the club un an agency for thn advancement of woman, but we intiMt drawjhe llnee em the brick bat, or which their London nlnterene neem to be no fond. We ran ntand for u good deal from 11 puragfitphrr. but that "Harmon-v" gag that In being uned with reference to the candidacy of Clovcinor Jud comrn under thn head of cruel ami unuieuul punlnhment. Tlir Piihlnx of tnter Hay hnn ngnln thrown thrs harpoon Into thone enterprlnlng Jourruellntn who make it practice of running him for prml dent every tlmn the newn market get a lltle null. We nhall probably find that the divine tfnrah" only nprung that en gagement ntory un a preiimmury t making another farewell tour of America. Wn trunt the ntory going the roundn ubout the un of platinum In the manufacture of telephonen In not thet forerunner eif a mine In the rate. eJanKh? that Vrancliwn I. Mndrro dfdrt r'pullxo when ho took the pren- Wentlaljjejtalr Jhitt there wan u bent pin U If? 1'rlncelon In thn undisputed root- I'mll champion of the yeur, Wilt this be uiteul to aid the withering boom of Woodrow WllVonr Wn are not nurprlneel at the pious Indignation of Itev. eiuten. Juwn u. ulunyn did nteeud strong with his preacher. The McNnmniu Jurorie will proba bly imk themnelven nxt Thursday what under the sun they have to be thankful for. Will nonieboey kludl rim nnd ex plain' how" they ever got to abbrevla.!- (nit i2irl''tmaii.nt Xman" THII MAH'S 3ILEMCE T C0fcT GOOD MONEY Los Angel'ei, calif, Nov. i rttnrles O. ClarK wan released yes terday from thn county jail, where he spent two weeks becaune he re fused to answer a qtiention pro pounded by Judge Jlonron In thn su perior court. ('lurk, uppeured In ceiurt November 7 In connection with nn order 16 show cause why hn did nut comply wllh nn order to pay his wife ii certain sum monthh lie Ins tilled that hn had sold hln home at 740 Kouth Hope? street to his son, Floyd Clark, tor tl.OOO. und had bur led the money. When hn elerilned to rrvenl the hiding place he was sent to Jitl, to remain until hu made up hln mind lo Rlw tho required Infor mation, His extermination wan reached yesteiAay, und when hn was taken to the court room he said the money was burled under thee Mouth Hope street house. Judge Monroe expressed doubt as to the !ockm of the cnch, hut sent ft, .. . t..t iil.iiif n r HeHK to thn place', with laMrvw- to the la Iter to denoslt S7f of ttw tfioAv), ir fowad, as ssciirUy fa the cowattaRfo with th aUmiwy iter. After rttajglnc tIeswM sversl laches Clark sVarterrd tht. wetney h4 heen stolen. Having snwere4 thr question nskrd jwo wrkn Hgo, h w aa rrli'seH-d. THE ART OF BUYING KIADY MADE CLOTHES (Kitmuin City Hiier Hill llMxel, u plain cilitui, .unht hliunnuunl null tf clolhcn enterda. And thliA cloni'd (he neunon of 101 1 with Hill, f'or n mutt who buvn only one outllt ii year, the nheddlng ef thn worn hunkn of one nenwou and th donning of the follnfin for the coining tnelve-mouth In ten event. It colors j hln coming dayn. Nlncti'n-elewen fr Mr llnitei wnn grny, wllh it grtv thread, next year will ho nil brown, with a brown rutty tint. 1 "I want n brown suit of ilntlnve." Illli told the elerk. "Xomelhlng for ubout ISA, of tlRhtly woven atuff und just the tic tit nhadi' of brown. I naw nomethlng In the window that he utout It." "Kindly ntep out with mo In front," meld the clerk, "and point out the null you now In the window." Then Hill lluxel, Jft yearn old. mi'tr rletl live yearn, futher of one child, walked nut In hln old gray olothnn nf Ull unel pointed hln 11 n Her hnillly anil without a trtunnr at the glonny gar menln Hint nre to hp hln banner und nhledd from now until tin cantn hln next ballot for president. There the null hung In the- nhow window, nnd no hand hail yet profnne'd the pock et. Them Hill and the elerk reentered the ntore unel, on the necond floor. the clerk bepan delving In the pile of nrl-cnlnred nlothi'a heaped high on. the lienchen. In one piiicn he found the eont, In another the vent und ten by doubling on hln trull and croai hatching the two pile, he found the trounrrn. "Von will neuir iihnnt the mime nlxe tin I do," Ktlel tho clerk, referring to the wnlt mennurement. When u man buys n null It nlwnya lueppenn thut the elerk who nerveje him wearn the wime nlic it he plokn out a ncektlo the Merk remterkn that hln netrctlon In Junt the Intent thing. "I'm wearing one mynelf. you ner." Illll'n wnlnt wnn only thirty-one. Not much over the Venun de Mllo. io the clerk panned It olT thun: 1'i rhripi" j ou are like me; your fooel dnrnn't do you much good." f have n lot of fun eating It, nny-way.'- Hill Chuckled. Well, I don't." replied the clerk. "I have alt klmln eif minor. Pain tinder fifth rib, that rutin around to thn left nhoulder blade, nnd all that Trli'd miiNturd planter; thought it wan my lungn, and finally thn doc told me It wan my nlomnch." The- elerk brought the irounera forth, nnd the two illncunned ntomnch trouble and mental heating for ncured clothing nnlenmen. Thn glnt of the argument wan "Forget It." The trouner legn we're to be ilnlnhed with out cuffn, and the clothen to ha cnlled for the next morning nt 10 o'olock An lllll llne left thr ntore he ro murked "Tlme n have changed won derfully nlncn I firm began buying clothen. Why, thut clerk wnn morn ttnxloun to tell me hln trouble than lo work, off Mr.io nhojiworn null of the nrnrnm ut 1S6 on me, Up wan lean ing on me for moral nupport, ugalnnt ..jtwm tthnr thnt ttnilWatlt at Kl Vitnln. He hun u houne-ful of cloth- J tng. Mil iney wcreil l ooinering nine ' " " "Why. It tmed to be that when I ..ri ,. i.,it.m,r .tnr.. th.. fnhie of the wo!f In 'ehenp" clothing wn no narnn for It. Thn clerks would spot mo for nn euny mark and they nlm - ply wouldn't nhow me- n null thnt had been tnaein nince the jiooii. rne-j would drape my 1 an. pound form with tors nnd would ha nvlatora are qnal nn elephant cover. Hy wrapping the iflcd for active ,;ticmberhlp. Those cout around me and pulling the who nsplre to tiolhlHg more than spec trouners wnlnt band up snugly ubout 'tntors may betoniii honorary mem my neck they would caui-n It to slm- hers. Uhetc n feeling of nnugnenn. Barbarians Vt of Nsvy York. "The grunuent in in me worm, they would any -ur courni-. . . . ...i " '' circus tent of n suit. I m thjng handsome nn 1 hut fit my timid form. Hut the clothing storo plra en would not H n u my Ite-ud' In PP;lnn- Tlm, would cut thn arms shor e r. but the cu.it Inll wotilel come nearly to my shoe . to . and the bosom of the. trous. r would hide most or my shirt front. , idr it know thut the decent clnlhes display- ed In Ihn shon wlndoivs were for sale. They would never let mo buy any of store anel the ckrk. got a premium of ' t,, taa SO per ce nt lo work It off on suckers. RM, ,nM ottlIsx oiao tins. The next time, when I went to buy a ! Nter ntv Jlf wag I so sUred rult I hnd seen hi tho window, they'll! nnd rommtnted upon In public, hrotmht out tint trndltlonal elephnnt ' And why? Ilrrnw I woro I'arislnn . iiiki h.n ihn firm roiitumnH. which wero on let. hut which .iMn.i i ei'enneti m. the house, t nhnne-d clerks nnd rioor maniigers dow n one aisle nnd up the other. Thn pro- i . . .. .1 .I....U nlAMf. I v ( n tr line i"r nnm hiu.ii-.iiin . , n uuoll the riot, und 1 curned him lnlhomf V"'K civ "xe jieonln white hot language. v,l hv mt .o th.. window and took out the best suits nnd begged me ,.. .,.u mv flhote. ut half the marked ii take, my choice nt half the marked .u. i,i i fmm ihn itnv m this my ml sou of eUjU.es u r haa liwn 5 Sod Z" Thn eiutsV." wor.d'rnny price on good buffet me und try t bluff me. hut In side of my eiwn suit of clothes I am mnter - NOT MVVH VKMM1V. Tim hunter who went tip to tho mountains about two weeks ago have all returned und we nre sorry to any Hint though the boys had a goodnlmo they did not gel as much big game ns we had hoped the)' w'ovlM. We hud expected to receive. onou" Complimentary" weat to keep us th i ....kVsa'sl iLutlfntl nn coming winter us woit ftgurcd on earning this by thr write UU wo would give them when they returned. The ilrsl luwty rrtrvd- the latter part or Inst wevkr ' They browght in 10 pmt hi ck. Wo are. sure of this because wo ftw t before? It was sklncd and know It ytius ro fort, lflvi) W-ht hnd the pleasure- or brkesl W ewn. Vn do ot know what nhnsure tlm Mhe'i' rellowa hud hut we suppose Ihey cW( as weight reducer on Tic chuck t' Tlw second party brought only Hie Newest Mnry of how "It got away nnd hra Thompson lolls n ivlrrel story or a perfectly white wild turkey. Mcnpt for this story we would think tic hoys l;u I pluntiPd to rensaln within the hounds or convetrasilfw (with their stories. -Ijike Arthur Tlasea. DRINK IS DEATH OF THAI HIS LIKED BEER Sad nnd Joyful Tales from the Metropolis About the Truth and the Near Truth; Hew York Tpics of the Day. jFIERY CKOsTwiLL STAND AT HARBOR i New York Loiter to Kvenlng llurahl) New York, 'ov 2T- Hnn rrnnklln. a vol imble Knglinh gmhounil owned by l-Mwnnt Tnchopp of Trenton, N. J., In dead, nhil thr cautin of hln dotnlnn, veterinary ittrKrotin agree, wna ulco Jiollmi. Hon, hln mnntcr admits, could drlnH more iieot- In n elay than nny two men, and for Hut lnnt two yearn ho scarcely drew n sober breath. Tncltopp itflvnr blamed hln pet for hi drinking liablt,nn he declared that It wan un hnrrtditnrv nmeAtie mow who knew Hcn'n mother nny Uiot ntio wa even a. worm tlpptor tlmn hot nrfnprlUK, und rvnti broke; Into bar roo:tin nr night nnd drank wantu brer when nho could not (pioticli her thlrxt otlterwlno Hen. who died In hln ninth year, wan it great favorltei In tltu center of Uto city, particularly In barroom. Ho wan given herr gtatl by the bar Irndorn und wan not re tuned oven when he begun to stagger. He had a regular round of n.tloonn to cover nl- ntnnt dally, nnd H wn seldom that a policeman or aomeono who knew him didn't httvet lo take him homn In tho ww hour or trie morning, jicn iitver Imbibed on aitndny. Whether thla wrh oul of rrnpect for thn Hab txith or to n luck of side door knowl edge) In problematical. A Fiery Creat for thn Harbor. With te lnoaater Illuminated nosn, which will wnd lta ran rar out lo eu and wlH h ncou before I.lbortyV torch In the harbor, n gigantic brotuo statue of Chrkitouher Coluntbus will bo on accomplished fact If tint Count ens Annlu Ix'ary carrlea out her pres ent plans for the coming year. Tho stntuoll represent tho ills covcrer of America jut as he Is teten. ping trlumphaftllj on shore from the Santa .Maria. "It seontit to' me fitting thai the crofcs of Columbus should he seen bv Incoming trnvultrs beforo lhe torch of Liberty, for wltnout t'olumbtts, t.lborty fld Jtot liftvi' been possi ble, said the cnaatexa In her beautiful red and nold drawing room yeelerday uficrnoon." Ultlmhte.'li' the roilutonn Intends to ...Ltl.l. - . ... . I"""""" a F,,nl umiernij- uvnr i--j Bround whcrttthe slntun will Mr 'Placed. 1 Women Avlatora In a Club. . a new organisation. Unown ns the" 'Aeronautical Sot'Iety of Women, han ,bceri lauuehed he'fe. Women uvltt' The Princenn Wlxnlieth HartloH, Ulfa nf n t-AlnHeh nf Ittn nsar t.t tia. ,sa and onrr oT vnst estates in the Caucasus mountain, was escorts to ,0 ,eBlnih, AlWirlR CBU.rdav ..v Uaton on p ,pnCRdH;h of u, UH. , conmMoli shn ,alrt 8n wa8 R0 , ,0 Ilar- wfi.. MM fif hoal,,ek. nrM w)ph VM BWry h() (e()th hpr T,H hIrkh In tho Opera ComfI(, ln ,,nrll)i Hh0 pam(, ,,,. f0 n conw, (0nr s,)Icl ,onK hw ,0 M,hvnHklHSi VMcallh Cincinnati nnd s, . .,u . .avil.. at,.. .sepmHl atrantc lo thoin harharlnns because; ihev tturo' fnahlonahly cut Only winn I rwaclu'd Now Vork and anw the horao show did I feel nt 1 .lo"" mT IP v"rK- ' ... A Ciwn a Suicide. ' J&: lonf. hcai' ot a roup5 of glaaablowt'ia' I"" V'""""' a "upa oi assuioneia nn(1 ,or clown with llarnmi iMh'r OOMmlllfd Hlllchl. J MK.:!' hM candy storo nt ttTHKsst, Ono lluun'.-ti and Thlrlvflfth strop). "I am a ver ali, man an1 cannot stand It any loagur," ho wrote u friend. Newspaper eljaa nnd theater progrmts iiom ntt ovcr tho world, dating brick . far a 1855, wero found hi his rowwj.pte toured the world with his thre aon ns tho "Hnhominn ninshnr8." JArAJIJUL TJX 1 AH ' ak . asMBa.akM a us AldttJOAN WIFE Ttlnldael, (V)lo3V ST.R, II. Honda, Jit5nncr,o, ?,aNl ( Army Tbomns. Amnrlcawssa niarrkil yefi. lerday niornlng WJtoim PUrtwrt H. Hoss r ho eoitr 1 ewrt. Wllh n largo chryunnthesgsasM Ka thu botton hold of hit coau kh ssa4l Jsi march ed to Ihn counter'. hl county clerk'H ofHce nt the count Isniaaw attd request (it a Hiarrtncu ll. With tho iloctaant ancbtd flm ly la lil flm if7kaMM with hln brlk-lo.bn and MapaM across I ho corridor lo (he aeflaw mt Jwl! Hnss, wlwro tho cerrissflpy wa (wrlormed. Tho Rroma HvN In Kexky Ford and thn bride la I' PMW lrl. Kol Jawiag tho ceesay Um two march aet away to hoai traljn for Rocky crd. wlif ro ihfir wMi their hftmo. FAMOUS SPORTING ITERS MENTIONED PRESIDENT OF LEAGUE Henry T. Woodruff of th Chicfteo Tribune and Geo. Rice of tlte Chicago Journ al Are Candidates. AMERICAN BASEBALL ASSOCIATION TO CHOOSE Milwaukee, Nov. r?. Harvey T, Woodruff, sporting editor of Ihn Chi cago Tribune, president of the Amer ican Hnncbnll association ror 9t" The above gtienn may not be su tur umlnn when the nnnu.il meeting of thn American nsnctelutlon In held In Chicago In December. It can bo stnted on the highest authority that Mr. Woodruff n name In connection with the presidency has hern con sidered b rrrtnln magnates eif the nnnnclntlon but Hint It may be news to llnrvey nt this time It can alto be stated thut Oeorgn lilce, baseball edl tor eif the Chicago Journal, tins ulo been named in eonne'ctlem with thn position and given consideration by some of the mngnntes. In addition to the two nbove imini'd gentlemen there are two other candi datesJoseph I). O'lirlsn, reirmer president or the ansoclatlon, nnd Thomns M. Chlvlngton. the present Incumbent. K. C. Harnard, Mecrotnry nnd buslnenn manager or tho Cleve land club of thn American league, wnn offered the place Iwti yearn ago and declined, su It is not likely that lie would became it candidate now or I'ven accept It If offered to him. as he has n n excellent bettlt with Char ley Homers ut Cleveland. There has been much dlnnntlniuc- Hon over Mr. Chlvlnittnn'H ndmlnls trntlon the past season, brought un to n great extent by the tunny rows on the field over poor umpiring, ami thn association Is nplll n present on the nue-stlon -four clubs being will ing to retain htm while tho other Tour want u new head, und have ex- pruned u preference ror Joe O'Hrlen However, thn other four seem to balk on that proposition and therefore may decide on nn nutnldn mini-one who would be ncceptable to nil the mngnntes. Of all thn candidates Mr. Wooelrurf Is the only one on whom prnctlcn lv all the club eiuiurn agree, but It l a (lurstlon Whether ho would ngree to k1vq up his position or sporting editor of thn Chlcugei Tribune to enter the new field. It is not probable tljat Mr. Woodruff would do so without n flve-yenr contract. Oeorgn Hlce is nlno highly thought of by all tint magnates, but from thn poltk-al end of tho dent Harvey Wemdrufr has tho call. Holli are capable men and well up in nil points or baseball. Harw-v Woodruff has had nxperlemv In bundling such organltntlons, for he wan ut the head or the Western Jockey club or ChUugo when racing wus it Its best nnd he made n veoxird to b proud nr. He weis ulsee head or the ChteMto Heml-I'ro league and it wn his wife vounm-l that pulled them through many it tight hole. He has thn executive ability nnd hnscnatl hnnwlcdge. Joseph D. O'llrlcn made u success rul president while he was lit office, but "baseball politics" put him out or It and thnt Is what Is hnpprning tn ChlvlnRton now. He went Into the offlco Ihroi'in "huVehnll politics" nnd may Ro out the nmn wuy. A elark horne who hun been men tioned favorably hy the A. A. maR nates Is John H. HllChle, sporting editor of the Minneapolis Journal. As to his uhlllty there Is lib nuqcstlon nbOut Mr. Itltchln delivering th goods, hut It seems to bo a case, of selecting a niim who will be able e' get In closer touch with thn major league men und national commlxslnn. WOHK THAT T KM 5. Iknty of It Has Hcch ltaiw IHght Hera In Alhuetcrite, Cures that last are curra that tell. To thoroug-hly know tho virtues of a medicine you must Investigate th cures nnd sec If ihty rove teri!w nent, Doan'a Kidney i'llts stand thla test, and plenty or proof cglsla right hero In Albuquerquet. Tcoplo who testified years njo to rrllrt from backach. kidney nnd urinary disor ders, now declare thnt relief woe per-mane-nt nnd tho cure perfect. How can any Albuquerque sufferer longer doubt th evidence? J. I Curel, or Albuquerque, K. M.. ssysi "Some three or four yeara ao Doan's Kidney lills -were feroujrfct to our attention and the contents of neveral boxes gavo relief to a member' of the family who had suffered really from kidney complaint. Hhe was benefitted so gran thy that, swei thtdly testified ns to the curative) powrra of Dean's Kidney Pitt In a. public statement, Slncn then I hsA-e taken Ion'a Kidney Pills myself) and Iwvo found them very effective Ih relleVliic bwekache ana rasjuhHlmt the passnsjia of tlm kidney aeere tlem. Ow torlenco with Hi hi area rattMt warrants our hltw iM4n It." ror Vy ail lew, PrH Me. Koatar-MWHtfH Co. . MerHala, Nw Vk, sta aM-sts for thee Ur4Ms1 States. RememMf the aams twan' and lak-e m aiher II. Chant hesrMm' ft4Mti MM Uimr YMla do mt itekm or ), n4 may b tatVeat with wrfaet eUaty hy the meat Mlmt waftUHt or tl, youniMt cklM, The M aiM fWe will also filed them a most saiiaWa rrmcMlr far aldtn tmd stremsthenlna; tblr WemkeMttMl dtfaMloii a1 for refrtilalliiir (h bowew. Wot sale by all drngiUle. FOR Insure Your Against Dull For a small monthly payment you can have in yqur home: THE VICTR0LA THE EDISON PHONOGRAPH THE FARRANS-OECILIAN THE TECHN0LA INTERIOR PLAYER PIANO CHICKERIN0 BROS. BUSH & LANE LEARKARDLINDEMANN MILTON VICTOR JESSE-FRENCH SCHILLER t t a m A ,.,,, una min other mnki-s of high grade pianos. ln comparatively short tlmeSalmewt' before you tt alias It -pasmentn sjii .but tho fun the pleasure and thr musical rd tirrtlnn gd'Utt forever. ltemember, we own our sitoeess to our hundreds of satis tied customers, (live us tin opportunity, wo will prove to you X thnt our high standing In thn munlc trndo enables us to save you money- In your musical purchiiBes. X Wei Will Satisfy You f Lovers ( music uluMys wecMte f nr s4rt. 4 CnUhgne Free. A postal wilt bring if. 1 Learnard-LindemannCo. THE SQUARE MUSIC DEALERS mWestGtliAunue I?iTHLIS1ltn IBOO. Alf.Ht'017rJtQCE, N. M. 4 t t tf lfrtiiH'i X 4 ' Hh 4 UP AGAINST IT IS PRESIDENT MADER0 Leader or MerxScan Iteimblle; Has IMt ten CMT n Chetv of fnrH IMme-M-slon: X'crj' IH)")' Man. ' Mexico City. Nov. ST.Mndero'H government is confronted with two orgnnlied revolutions. Details or the plan of Taeutmyn, which bears tho signature of six turn. Including that of Bmlllo Vnsquca Oomrx, former lnlnlster or tho Interior, wero made public toda In this plan It Is spe cifically staled that while the movc tnent will receive tho support of a number of regular army officers. Ocn jrrnl Hernardo Ileyes -will hnvo abso lutely no pan in It Tho government secrel service agents In thn capital believe thrro Is no doubt or tho authenticity of both thin document nnd thai found In Bun Antonio lortav ascribed to flcneral Reyes, ln spite nf their apparent di vergence, bowovcr. tho common belief hem Is that tho two aovowiits will bo nmalgnniattd nrCBtiMlty unless tho government is nhlc to check t brin. Minister CaWo of tho foreign offlco iMacttsslng poeeeJbKt tnlerventloii, raid that ho had reasons to belluvo that In no case would the rnltod States In tervene In tho attaint of Mexico, be cause, 'in the Htst phwf, the Amor lean government Is really deBjocratlc, and In the second place becamei tho United States gove;rmBt )iaa always had tho highest regard for tho sov ereignty of Mexico." The niotilllratloti M un nrmy of de fense along the Knrthrn frontier was today under way. (icaoral Jnvonclo nobles, who will ho In command of operations undff General Tiovlno, will ealnhllsh his Iiemdwrnrlem nt 1-ampasas, onlf n few mlies south of Laredo, General Krwicsko Batradt has bee n plarec la camMBd of 'that oprtlon of tho rone extending fnm Matamoron to tho aute. of Nticvo Loon, with InstnteiUbHa' lo act upon hlu Inlttntlio A ellspnlch front Torrcop tonight ported tho destruction of two small hrldgon nn tho Tepehuntira branch HTo the east! the wecf . north ami south the pofsihllitiot for a coa vnatkc: with ' ti rittods and hvufa wocit 'at dUtancs jure mdkm ff yem 'hrrt a BELL TELEPHONE '? Tie jSottstihl States Teteskoie aod Tdettitk Co. Family Moments 09 of the National Railways In Uuranr.o last tight. Insurrectionists aro te portod to be optwUIng tu that dlenrlct. BULL PJJPS, CAUSE A, LOT OF TROUBLE The CHit Story of THen rxthic Into n Scrap tver Their Dogs; Itrawt Kune'IiH a ml MM Ihrnd, Ktgttro In the IVeni'eiJlBii-'. Tucson. Arls.. Nov. 2" As a result of n llsbt between a blooded bull iloff and nn equally high clamt bull terrier, each of which la held in high estceai by hla owner, C- J- Maben, a Setithorn P.iclOc flremnn, today caused the ar rest of A- u ncgaan, n machinist, on n charge of assault with a pair of brass knuckles. The aKnlr tool: place In an alley between Fourth and Fifth avcHuea nnd between Twelfth a&d Thirteenth si reels. Tho homes of Degnan and Mahrn adjoin tho alley. According to Mabcu'u statement, ho was Just stattlne out In hla au-towwbllo to go duck hunting sear ti mhealon when his dog and that of DeatHM com menced to ftamt hn tho alley. Ho aatt hn got mil of tho machine and was In thn act of asratlH; tho dc when Dalian canw rmag out and attacked him with tho braes knuckles, products several aataertona en hw face, ami kicking; him after he was knocked down, Degnen claimed that hkt wife hoaid "slc-lng" a deft on another He In the alley and then neN tho sound or tho eOnrlkt. K etakned that when Mrs, Doagisn caltoi oat to Mahrn lo seaaratti Ike Ho rnadn a 'fare" at SW, Pcgnan ra arrakinsil this worn Ing liafnro Justlee flessr an4 was held In im betl -wWcn wa far nlshed by John T. RaMty ane) Maurko 3, Ue. tlncatMO of thti fact that ih'gnnn had at then neenreet an at torney, tho cae wa wrt act for trial. Ttuh a sore threat wHh AL.TA.H'8 SNOW I.INIMK?T. One or two ap plications will cur It completely, ttee tie. See sad 11.89 per bottle. Sold by all drufsrieMe.