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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1111.
AtHrOUWOUC EVENING HERALD (fluecewor to Tribune CI !!.) A HKVUMACAN NKWWAI'HR. HT THK HHKAtiU MJHMftHJXO CO. of Ihe i-ompllfily of the wom"ii of l!ie efiinmunlty In the nulrntn be tru It wi. rot affect the nrrnl tut i if iiunr. It would take more tlinn one tor part) to iiffeet the faith of nun ir he Inherent Rononen tin) loiellnenn of woman. Ills name Wan too n for t-n f'hlnenu refnnner" WAS TOO SWEET ON NEW REGULATIONS Wlml llffer,e.nce doe It inuke Imw near I'lmiand and tJer)nnn ume to fluhtlnK last summer. w l"n a the) never fit U. S. ARMY Mr1"!, AHmqttergwp, If. M. BON-BON GIRL J II? Klfr! m W)M-tmi mHr March 7, Hi the piMtliWw l AHiMmicrqne, N. M., vAcr Mm Act f Mwth S, lilt. Onn rmHi fey mW,. ....... M cwM Oft (4 mfrtfrl fey 9wfctf M owrtB) on y hr Ht . ts.M owe jwr b earrter..,.... ...W.M nii: iu:i ntosH kt.uii's. It In within lit? power o? every man. woman htid child In Albiiqiier lin to uld a great nnd nobip raune ut thin seasona eaune In which-the people of thi oll nnd state nro III terentcd fnr more thnit those of most other communities In tht I'nlted Htittes. The lied Crowt stamp on- within the reach or everybody, and every body should btiy litem on their mean will permit. KCrry penny ex pended for one or these Mamp bom ti aid In one of thr nrttft ltn ever waged in the Interest of hu manity, the fight' to conquer the dread plague which lm taken more live than nil the war In which the country ha ever been engaged, Pure y It In worth while to he n aoldlcr In uch an nrmy nnd help, In what ever way In possible, to exterminate such n foe. Tho effort of thr American AMI Tuberculosis lengue for several year past nrr too well known to require bny romntrnt. The aucccn of those rffortx Iiuk sufpnnrd the fondest drcnm of Hm unselfish men and women who huvn given prodigally of their time nnd labor In thin great humanitarian work. An u result of their activities tuberculosis ha been taken definitely out of the clam of Incurable disease and tho door of hope nnd usefulnc ha been opened to million of mm nd women whose only proHpect hitherto had been one of lingering torture nnd certain death. ' The work of fighting thin dread enemy of mankind If necessarily one which can not be allowed to Mop. It l. n Avork which enpandn und rowa In opportunities for nood nw It nor uiu The fducntlon, of the matvn In the necrlty iind meBnw o?1iklnf jircventlve nifturfi to Runrd iinulnut ttiberculonW Unn only Tulrbwiun. The rawllnued proneeutlon of thl 'arnprtKln of education 1 it mutter of vtul tmporlance not only to thonn who ntand In need of educntlon on the MUbJect. hut to all thone with whom they come. In eontact. which mennn every man. woman and child lu the United Htnte. It In unneceiwary to eiill uttentlon to the peculiar Interest which thin movement ha for the people oj, Al buquerque. Tlie lame number of people who huve uome to thin I'lty to Kitln relief from tuberculoids nnd who ore either ,tympornrll or per mituently located anions un miiUen It imperative thut every pltlien nhollld tie at nil timrn tilert nnd nhcu'd, from ii practical n well im u tM'ntl inenlnl ntandpolnt. exert hl bent ef fort to aid in thin erent flRht. Ituy tho Med rron ntnmpn. Jtu'y un many nit -you mi, butJf youScun't nrford ninny. lU leant buy one. You ran not leu l-inucn kouu nn uii penny may do. g thi: snntcK or Tin: tau I'AKTV. Willie nothlllK of the sort lippeprwl In the nwn dlnpatclie reliktUe to the trui of tho oac. reports trom tp- linrently rellnblo new source have It that the now famousor rather Infamous -tar party at Hhndy Mend, Kan., nn 0on0elved and planned u'l n "mothnm' nieethiB" In that onter-" prlnlnnf comnninlly. Wo lrmt that the report J not (rue. We would vnitlv prefer to be Hove that no sntlierlnc of women ould e ennoble of ueh n coiuplmey MV'tlhnt "lie of lhlr sinter, und that tho whole nffnlr. irom bepinnine t end. was the result f Inhnte rteprnv Ity. trt of whlfh are Mippom'd to be Inseparable from the jimcullni' rharncter. It 1 not pleawintvto think thnt woman, from ihe pedeKtnl of Kentlenen and gnodnens on which, hv Riiinmnn ennnetit, she hn been pp 1 posed from the heRlnttlnis of time rwit, rauld dim-end to mh net of utro- Hy mich a wan displayed In the Kbii- mm tar party Incident. If, however, there i any truth In trtW 4ry. H upeti up u wonderful rM jr phllonophle reflcutlon, Mnn'a iflMMHMHv to mttn I proverbial -atveTt. )mmmi been cjnlc to ilecJr' tmi w.i Inhumnnlty to woman wm N knBrked, but the world kM romM mi theory, and exalted tto iiMaf4Mir. ur,itet Mew of the ptmy eto. nn tho typii . ,tmm -t HTntleHesii nnd of MArev. ait MM. M him throuf- irinwitlWr -MWTWaW Of wokwh H it, tifwr r'irtv n v.'ii! rf unjrtMM. lP-. n n- IS TIIIH T) UK HAItltl'N ITJXTUKV? Hr lne, the dcun of Ht. Paul' ntthedral in Umdon. Imn the blue whenever he contemplates the pren nt iintnrv Helenee in advancing, but tiothltllt 'I'"' I. Hut Dr. lime lie rnmen the nloomlent when ho com paren thin 'eutury with the preoed ln one nnd the great Vlctorlnn which it liroiiRht forth. When he eojttelhpluten the dlfrrenee he nee nlRii of ath.atiitlnii. He neen nlnxna Hon in ithion. phllonophy, llteraturo mid art. lie enll aloud for men thuti meniture up to the dlntlnKUtnhed Via tnrlnnn of the (lend nnd none een tury. No Napoleon, or Trnnynon, nr llnnUin, or I'arlyle, or Darwin, or Thackeray nppearn Hut Dr. I one In ery prnvloun. to line ii little nhing. Thin century In In Un Infnncy. and Dr. Infte ilnen not know what It will b when it ha reached It lM quarter, for It wo In thij lant quarter of the nineteenth century thnt H Rreatent achieve nient rnthH. Tim truth ftremn to be that thin century will be more devoted to .eco nomic nnd nodal reform than to philosophy, literature itnd art. It may not he. an brilliant nn tho nine teenth century, but It will be more practical In m charities. It may do more for the opprenned nnd depress ed. It may do vastly more In bring ing lit political liberty und equality. The number Of republic I Incrcas Inn, and If (.'lijlm should become u republte ev; .Dr. Inne would b puulcd to'flnit In th century ho nd mlres nn event' ftf equal nlnnlflcnnce and humanM). " Tho world wilt bo humiinlned in the twrntlvtli century even If no rYfln of thi Victorian appear. The century I "till yountc and Dr. Inne should not Jiidsc It In Its earliest day. AN KXTlVfT AN I.MAI Here are sonw itpplrs pippins, at thut-"of gold In picture of nlh'er from tho Manhattan Mercury "The Rtrt of sixteen thinks the k!M or twenty In nn old mnld, the girl of twenty Ihlnkn the irtrl of twenty-five In un old mnld, the air) of twenty-live think the ttlrl of thirl) in un old maid, the lrt of thirty thlnkn the Kir) of forty In un old maid, und the Kir I of forty known that the old maid I nn extinct species, belon&inu to for mer time. Tho world of today ha a place and a work Tor the unmnrrled woman, and woman with u work to do never become superannuated. The poor old maid helonxn to u former cenerutlon of men." Oh. yen. we hav enow ocrnnlonal- ly, Junt to please those mlsKUlded vinltorn vo ilke. to neiitlmentalUn on It beauty, but the nunnbine In Juxt tirotitid Ihit corner, nnd lln uenlal ray" will noon cnie forth to proclaim anew thut the rlliniite of New Mex ico in the most glorious and honpl- table In all the world. It's ii. cinch thut the I'rlnn Joachim and hr little nbl wreck would never nave Kotten more than m couple nt llnosTtHne "rin dlnputohe had hc not had on board that print of .wreckers, William Jcnnlnpi llryaii. rwjvi t Ml-deny that It pay to udver- tlo.X lib. well, a special train would have been more sociable, hut ' the New Mexlefj'dclei-ates will all et to Chi cago nevcrtheles. nnd t'hlcuno will kuuw what II l to huve nouin good people In her midst when they not theru. We 'don't enthuse any I 00 much ni'.r Ihi, hoiillllfiil mnir. hill If It wilt only tenjjnjl .Qje lurdy shopper thnt cnrintma in on uie wny nnn cnmiu nn1f1viffunoubdly have aeoom pllshed ii noUIn purpose. TUb refifnui yesterday show Hint the Chlnege reiolutlonlsl lost n few of ifff outlylnif priilnct. hut we wrei mill, banking un a .big tnnjnrlt for them Infho tWii count. It lj' llniilifjRfrally admitted ihnt nil Murntluiu record will be nniushed by, tlin McS'nniorn trial. Compared to It the Hyde case looks like u mad sprlntr-tog asjsje-- Candidate may eomn und en mil dates may go, but Chump Clark op timism Koen 011 forecr. the ony lime It ever hesitate tor un Instant being Ihit day uflr election. The official count will necessarily bn low, but wn will have tho nntin faction of knonln'a; thnt no man will bo allowed lo qiold office by virtu of arithmetic. Wlut' ike lit,, ualllur until lust 0 ChrMma to do your ntH)' Vtmff Vou've got to buy mKw'i mshs the oeoer you n It (ho qikHc1 WH b over wit H, W. haven't VwNsrA MitytMM recwill' from Hon, )o le, CblnsM ro)ii- The Thicken Iteel" will not el fur away front Nujvpiiet until after the rent of the eniintry In able to ralne the price of rftil ithlcliui. U'oodrnw Wllnon' boom U Mill ntnxffeilnx alone nn erutchen, bill from thin dlntnnec It negpi to He powerful pun). It's nil off. The Denver lulllidr) men hnto tut off their pintail nnd pulled down the druiton fin jr. All Indlentlolm are that we are bttalii niiprinehliiK tlie open nennon Lfor Metlean revolution. TJJA AND fOrifli: DRINKINti The llrlllxh board of trade hn pub lished statistic In reference to tho consumption of ten and coffee In 1909 and II0 in the principal countries of Kurope. lu the I'nlted Hlatrjiand in the most liuporlant of the Mrltlnli wlf nnvrrnlnR dominions, with particular of tho chief sources of supply. The consumption r ten in the Unit, ed Kingdom in 1809 aggregated 2X3, 3)0.000 pounds, and in 1910, 2S6,8t2. 000 poundn. Tho average consump tion per Individual wan 0.39 pound In 1910. a against 6.37 pound In 1909. The corgiumptlnn per Individual, how ever. In 1909 (Hgure for 1910 ore not given I wu greater for both Australia nnd New Zealand thnn for the Unit ed Kingdom, being C.X3 pound nnd ".I;, pounds, renpl'Ctlvely The nver nge eonsumptlon per Individual In the Dominion of Canada in 1909 wa 4.43 pound, nnd In 1910. 4.34 pounds. In, lb Netherlnnd the average rnnsump Hon per individual In 1909 wit 1.73 pounds, nnd In 1910 It was 2 07 pounds (provisional). In the Herman empire nnd Luxemburg In 1909 the nvernge consumption per pernon wn .17 of n. pound, nnd In 1910 It wa 11. of a. pound. In France In 1909 it nan 07 of a pound, and In 1910, .07 of n pound (provlnlnmvl). In the 1,'nlteit Klatcs the figure were 1.24 pounds In 1909 and .s9 of 11 pound In 1910. The amount of ten re-exported from the United Kingdom In 1910 aggre gated 49,121,009 pounds, at against &l.7.9r.3 pound In 1(109. The connumptlon of coffee in the United Kingdom In 1010 wiih 29,195, 000 pounds, or nn average of .05 pound, to the Individual. THx wu slightly lm than in 1909. When the nvernge y.onsumption wan .7 pound. In al most nil other pnrtn of the llrltlnh em pire then wa les coffee consumed per Individual In 1910 than In 1909. In the latter year (statistic nie not (flvet for 19I0I there wan nn averugo connumptlon per Individual in South Africa, however, of nearly seven poundw. Tho I'nlted stuu-n stand llrst In 1910, u It hnn for man) year. In tho matter of coffin consumption, the to tal amount being over Hflft.t 14.000 pound, or un average of 9.33 pound per Individual. The Herman empire came next with 37.8X3,000 pounds, or S.yO' pound for each person. The greuteul per capita consumption, how ever, ivn In Hie Netherlund. where) the totnl amount of coffco consumed In 1910 wn about nn.nou.nno pounds, or K..13 pound ! the Individual. In Hetglum the total consumption In 1910 wan f,M.nOO pounds, or 10. lid pound per pernon. In France the total consumption wn about 313,-: 000,000 pounds, or (t.JS pounds to th Individual, and In Auntrla-Ilungary 131,3I,000 pounds of coffee were con sumed In 1'JIO, being an average eon- sumption of ;. pounds for caclj person? TheJiirgest Importation of ruiTcs 111 1910, us well n In 1909, were from llnttll. Colombia. Vonrxuela, Central America. Mexico und the Dutch Kant lndlis. llradntreet'M, THIRD DEGREE GETS A HARD WALI01' California Court Declare It Will Not Ho Tolerated When llniuallt to At Iciillon uf Court, 8n Kranolnco, calif. Nov i Tim statu supreme court. In n derision yrn- terday making Ineffective a confes sion wrung from a prisoner laboring under inentol stress and chnwcterlxed the "third degree," HI) "iiuwarrnnt 'cd annumptlnn of a dominating nnd browbeating attitude." which will not be tolerated If broug.it to tho ntlen llon of that trlbunnl. The decision In In the cane of the stub vs. Agontino llorelln of Amador county, who wan found utility of arson m I00S In the superior court of Hint county nnd vrho lost hln appeal in the apellate court. Jlnrelln wn nreumd of having hirad nn un.Known man to set tire, to the nui Hunseihounc In Amndnr fiuhty. Con- viciiou wnn seeureu mniniy on u con f 1 nnlon. HnrclloM lOiiusrl objected tu iho lldmlseton lis evidence Of thin rollfes Inn 011 the ground thut)ttVns recur 'ed from the prlnoner, who wn badly frightened by tht tHrwatafoRd Intlmi ilntion. The a Wit o court luld thenu ground In he practlcitlly worth ies. The nupreg; courl, liowcver. in re. Vernlttg thu 4epllon hf tha other two and onrlsnfn sow trial of llnrello, with 4k-l cofifewdon omitted from the evidence, hsid thl to say "H hcjrtal Ihnt tho purported con ffneiwi of Hercllo was the result of llHeMt. iHtlmWatlou, coarse prof.ni Hy, jvectlve nnd mental coercion on tfM Sft of tho oillcers. nc-meihlng wmch the law nhluiely refure tn eHWtennnce." "My child wa burned terribly atom Iho face, neck und chctt. t lll Dr, Thornua' Kclcetlc nil. Ttic Pln erased nnd the child sank Into f rMul aleep, Mrs, Nancy M. Ilanaoii, Unmburg-. X V, Son of Mrs, Harry Lchr Titken from Fnir Havahl" for Fear He. Might Contraot McMtlliiti'cc, Dontoherknow ew Vtirk, No. 4 I.hvo of John . Dnhlgrvn. nnn o Mr-. Harry Iehr, lor a browne)ci ml) girl ha cut short liU curecr in Harvard university. He is niHvvfh Fordham college, where hi leiatlvc wilt Kf'P n sharp eye on him. Itanigrcn, Iti ji ..rs old, enured liar, vnril last Heptcmber. Di.hlgren soon found It agreenbb to go to the eundy store, not, for front his quarters. e)ie-e them wn a Riilaxi of pretty gtrls doling out sfits. "e far illd'Onbigren lose himself In his love lor thr unnhon girl thut ho ued to drennt of her over hln studies. The "Wilcr Of -the enndy shop culled on John )' Nobin. Harvard's tutor, to say thnt Dahfgren persistent wooing up! the discipline In tho establish, nient and ihnt.it r terfered with trade to have one of the enndy gills eon suntly bqlnB c,ouriei. Nolan Counseled Dahlgreu to gut down to work nnd give up the ctndy lass. When the youth scorned tho uduee the tutor wrote Mr. I.vhr. who wn in 1'arl. Dahlgren wan premp torlly taken qlit "f Hanitrd n w'eelt ago and whlskjU to thin city by 111 grandmother, 'Mrs. Drexel, who found a plae for him in Fordlmm. DitililvCn f.n to SiIiimiI. KDminntlo'n nnj deduction tbeorle In the matter or running down mm capturing thieves i nd otner vlolntorit of the law nro u few or the reiuurc to be Miown detectives In a rerie of moving picture, the first of which will be shown Jit police headquarter, this nf ternbou .with Lieutenant Joseph Kaurol. bean pr the criminal nieniin cation, bureau, Meting a teacher and exhibitor Knelt lesson will lant one nnd a hntf hour, beginning t 4 o'clock each af ternoon, so that Hiey will not Inter fere With 7ollcii duty. Not only will the leciurjhnve to do with portrait nnd bow lo, pick, up criminals, but they also will elucijUate the mysteries of the (inner printjxieni, 01 wnicn i.ieu unant urot 1 tne acknowledged ex. pert In thlucoun.try. f nvernt of thv lesson will have to do with the pre- ervntlon of ttie;nnBr print until thu exhibit can ho,t photographed to aid the police. 4 (hl- Knglnuil Now. kirMlyerpoot today In tho Sailing fbirj Coltlc were Aalr'.Mnd, Dr. n. Kcotiand and David WnJ), Thu .three. pnsen. gers. whi) cnmc'"from dlirereiit part of the country dcrtared they would form u trlparlllf alliance and annex Knglnnd It ihey.pund anyone ans wering lo (hat pufiio t the ship Knatonit Took ,Ilai-M Miov llimorn. Klrst, hohors IrjJiie international contest lit the nrse show Inst night went tu Knglardj tho llrst victory for that nation thi year More thnn fifty charger took. Hi. jumps, two Ubrennt, and The lvlnnc"rn weru Naughty l'ere. jlddnn by Lieutenant Waller Urnok. A'oikshlre Light in fantry, flhd llann'ony, ridden ay Col onel I. A. KenniiV Second honor ni so went lo Knglnnd, while Canada enptund thi-d nnd fourth. Inliu D, Siii-Mr 4)ff Tuxe.. John D. Itoekcfeller. Jr., eiillid at the tux dpnrtnient,yesterday to niiar off part of Hv million dollar per nonnl ax thai has been assessed upon him. JIc told tho comnilsHlonern Hint tho vtilUe of hNiPcrsoniil propertv In thU rlt was IJ9l,i?r., and that the greater part ft th'is-BUin wu In bond upon which nhcc tSTxe arc paid. Hut u Mr. Itnck filler hid fallud to com ply with tin new", law for the regis, lerlng nf inni!,hi will Imve to pay luxes upon th' m. , W. K. Vanderb-jlt, who was asses, ed on.perwnai property to the amount of r million dolfiir. jiworo off yester day nn a resldcntgnf Onkdale, Long Island, who b s regUtend hi bonds. Mr. Vani- 'bjiT who won assessed nn lion.oon imronal property, ha agreed to ).,i n-$30o,i)0il. fxiit miIo for heeR4, Anthony Cot. tagu Hanllnrlmn M Umicll Dtiur ". Mtiffln UcUrln, H,tt4t. Pcrlc Of 3 en t'TlMlilllient., m - Mothers Ko yottnir vimf, k tk Joy ol com 11,,' n -'i rhpcxl, hotttd itcjtcct to tirqinrc hvr j'Mcm for the plijH icnl nnlcnl ' 1 c W to WHiktyo, Tlio lie llli rf l. iih W.)M licr coming clitl.l il ikii ln;ffy,Mui tliccarc flic kf.tons 1 )mic1i dtirftifC the vvaitlitfr in. tittii, Mother' Friend jircpatca the c jweflMt wiotlter'n ft' Uiu for tlie ontft rit. ttml itrt use itmkcs her coiiijHW'v4triiiK alt the term. U vork im4 lor mitHre, nnd hy graduuHyitHwsHing all tls micH, nitiHclcH nWltsifiitoit, ihvoSvciI, nnd kfrepinjf th laViniita Ih kxk1 con dition, lirttiH IK wawtaw totliccrlnis in gjilendid ihyl nation. The baliy too in itior 'tit im h K-rfect and nt tout: where lisT iiiilitr im tints prepared licrscW ' Mtprcnte fiit.ction No1 tsaljaii' astvke could tie uiveti a yoimsf 1 that she rue M wKHhr than ' Prfend ; it is 0, Htcilicinc tlint mm tkottflatidn at ccb Mothtr.V Prkud In otd m value In rtrttif fitorcgjv Write or trm Unr.V lnreiiwt'.' gilt ntotliern Vhh conUtn. much v!iinWcJnfontttiori, aimI tnii' ittif ARE IN USE Cadets at Rotwell Military Institute Begin Work Un der Tactics Which Cut Out Dress Parade Features. (Monwell Meglster-TribUne.) Many persons, unfamiliar with nrmy matters, do not know how Uncle fwm provl!- fur uniformity nnd exnetnes In the drilling nf hi soldier. Tho explicit directions for every movement of soldier, squad, com pnny, battalion und regiment are net forth In tho "Infantry Drill ltcguln- Hons" of the United Mate army. All formation not embraced In theso di rection are prohibited, nnd every inllltln, nntlonnl guard and ntltltary HChoal In the United Htnte use till little book u it bible a far a drill I concerned. The rndet of the New Muxlco Mill, tnry Institute become un familiar with It detail n tho officer of the reg ular nrmy. Iteslde absorbing It upon the drill ground through day after day of constant repetition, It i studied, The second clans averages two hour 11 week upon it for nino month. Then thn first clan goo over th same course ngaln until every cadet officer know hln 'inc. Hch" from cover to covor. It I thi familiarity with nrmy ttlnclpllnc and tho practical application-nr It which make the graduate from the school ( a distinguished Institution) eligible ns second lleutetmntn In the regulnr army. The war department hn recently Issued the now tnctlc. Thi em brace the first alternations nincu 1904. There hre many minor change nnd some radical one. The cadet hegnn putting them Into execution Immediately und are already using the new movement. The principal Idea of the entire change seem to he. thin: To mini- mlzn the purel) disciplinary drills. nnd Increnne n fur n possible the practical field work. In technical term these are respectively "clone nnd extended order ' Hattle formation, control of fire. the use of cover and the intelligent co-operation of nubordlnnte com mander are thoroughly emphasised. Some of the clcse order formutloitn hnve been abolished entirely and one or two new one substituted. All un necewwry command have been din- pensed with. Alno there tire five chnngen in the ninnuni or rmn. in erenslnn ltn value for dlnclpllne nnd tllsntntr nurnoscK. The duties of tho corporal (who command n ijqund of seven men) are Increased. More re sponslbilltlen are resolved upon him und the other nott-eommlssloned of ficers. For instance, when developing for extended order, the corporal may command simply "Follow me," and lend hln oqund by tho most conven ient route to tin place In thl skir mish line In horl, the tendency Is to ullow a mueh rreednm it ponnl bte without the Inn nf dlnclpllne or control In order to Insure, the quick est and best resultn In real buttle. Thn custom nt the Institute has been to hnvo a full dress parade three time a week. Thin year1, how ever, It In held only twice (Wednes day nnd Bundayi and more tlm I given to tho movements. Kuch endet h an hour each day or steady, outdoor drill. Ileslde thi thcro nro setting tip exercise every morning before breakfast. These feature nro combined ' with regular hour und Hn nlmWt'Htlrely outdoor life In 11 healthy climate. Under, such Influence the htitt)i of the cadet nt the N. M. M. I. is far above the average and I uuequnled by utmost any body of stuileM n the .United fllute. A military training glyew n hoy qimlltle which he enn obtain Iti no other way. und bent or iillchur ncter. FRISCO ARCHITECT TOOK BRIBE IS CHARGE Hun Frnncc. Calif., Nov. it A npcclul session of tho board of public works wn willed ytntcrdity 10' con sider with 11 committee of tho grand Jury certain accusations against City Architect Arthur H. l.nmb. Owing to the fact thai Chairman .HIom nf the grand Jury committee on Ihe "board of work was unable to attend, Pres ident Cney announced lh adjourn mnt of the Inquiry until eome time that hn yet In he set. Unney said that he wu unable to fix (i date, nn he must firm lind out when It would bu convenient for tho committee of the grand Jury tr meU V. 11. Kmllh, represelitlnir Arthur It. ivimb. asked If peclf,a charges had been died ngnlntt hi client, ami wo Informed i,y Casey that they hud not. There hud been general criti cism, but no specltlc charge!. Thn following resolution had been nfioplcd by the grand Jury, and r (MP?' wa sent to the board of public works: Whereas, It hnn been brought to Iho Httenilon of tito grand Jury that cer tain public olilcluls nnd employe. Ir th department of iho board of pub lic work nhd the oily urchlteel'n of flee hv received and ncceiHiMl- r tain grttultlCH from n certain Milder on composition flooring nnd n cerium bidder cm raHwny nnppllen, u i here by tiRitttltttowily Ilesolved hy the grand Jury that tito ncueptlnjr of erntttMle by pWk? oltelnli and fmployen Is In vlolailofi of I'm Hjfier hsmI of vtrOM meilom of the fttml e4p, nM hi a msamce to thf pemser dHct at sMle. ShiIm, Now, therefore, ft U the see of tl grand Jiney tlwif wh fwactlcen Ira M ro cimuemstfii Tli eirt atftMt Arllmr H. Mmli, whrsh' will he ltviU4wierl. W tit iM4pftt of a nrllM ft J charge ahlt oillcer f th Kompo llto company ot giving n bribe tnnV islsn he, iodgtHj. ff, M. ront.'ls, w" her of ihp rai)il Jury, in dlaou'ii4s A Priced Mmht trmm gmpm Cmm mi Tm ftHS mfHtmfuttttjf ft9M fftM9t tt&Httt For sixty year Anwicwn houe wivi?ahav found Dr. Price's Cream Bakirjgj fpwdfr a guaranty of light, pure ana whofotvoma food. Ui nib's alleged offeiire, sold; "A n member of the grand jury. I am say. Ing nothing, but ns a member of tho ilrm of Ford A Mnllott I have a right to speak. In an open meeting of thn board of nubile work I accused A. II. Lamb or accepting IJ50 from the! Kompollte company for 11 trip cast. He made no denial, nnd after the ' meeting he nld me be wnn paid more thMi $3X0 Ford here rend from section 34, article IS or the charter, which spe. (ideally snyn that a, snlnn shall be paid such oillcer tin the clt) archi tect, nnd make it wrongful for tiny officer to accept for any purpose whatever uny monetary consideration, except he pay !t over to the city trenn. ury within twenty. four hour nt It receipt. Ford also quoted the scrllonn of the penal' code which mnkfei It n felony to accept or pay a bribe to ,1 public oillcer. fixing the penally nt Imprison ment In state prison. "I am not ring, lou to Indict 1-oinb, hut 1 am desirous of breaking un this system of nrafl. , lug," said Ford, "and beetlUsV I nn" 11 lrr.'imi llirnr I Kelt, t.n ,nn, ,iti. Ir it should not be curried to the jtc,n-1 Hon of Hie grand Jury, In npltq &f the net Hint me nrm of Whloti i ami o member wa discriminated against by timb f Ford then reHod tlie vurlnim stage (if the old for flouring the new city nnd county hospital, raying Hint thn Jowift bidder wrtn dlnerlmlnatei) dgnlnst. and that Iamti wn still muk lug un effort lo use Kompollte at the hospital In spite f the report of the city chemist that Fordn preparation nltiod testn hettCf' BLONDES WILL WED 0KLY BLONDES Merlin. Nov 2S. Ileal blondes, of the golden hair. iitch blossom com pb'xlnn and sky-hlile eyes type of iho j novelists, who. neeordlng to the men jof science are rapidly being crowded m uie earth ny ther Ifiore uggres. sii'e dnrk-eywUiilsler of" the "nut brown holr" iMflii graven iresnes" va riety, are not'"l"eJ' become exllncl. A new cult and Community, having Mr It object race cMiture of the pure blonde and light. eyed type, hi bren discovered Just' A'crosn Ihe flermnn frontier In upper Austria, It cull Itself the "Now Templur cbmmUn Hy." High up on the top of it precipi tous grnnltti cliff overlooking the beautiful Dnna.ii river I the plfttir- Dining Room Furniture Only a few ekys left rttl Tkankif ivinf Day, Qt your diniMf mm fwrniik! witk new uy-t-iktt Furniture. Our display tkii sxtiaw lttr tkH tvr bfsre. 0r wsf rmwit emjrrii t)w kltsi fiitiiri fttU dtjMfni. Buffots, Ckinti CttliiHU, lrviiif TaMw, OelUrtttM iitti Dittiiif Clwira, in Ctoliktii Oak, Ituly Xnflisk, Mahefny an FitMfttl 0k; nnd in prit wt arc tare to saw yo Hsy, ' Albert Faber SO031O WsisH CMrI FURNITURE, - CARPETS, DRA?RIE8 ' AND 1 STOVES agfcBsjIsjjtj esque 'Templo I'rlory" of the now cult. In what wn formerly the old cantle of Werfennteln, with which mnny legends are connected and mention of which In mdo In thn Nib elungenllcd. Here n small commu nity, headed by Dr. J. I: von Llnben feln, n Herman physician, -prior of the temple." hn ltn home. An ex plained by Dr. Uebenfel. thn cull of which he I tho head and leader com bine In It tenet, art nnd nelrntlfle educational Instruction und "race hj glenlc idealization and ennobling of tho bod), having for It object the purity of the blonde race of men and women. only men and women of tho strict ly blonde typo nro In the, community or are eligible-. The member nf the cult,mtist obligate thejwlve to mar ry onl)' "blonde," to promote tho beauty of thn blopde type In every possible way through "hynjlenle" body culture. 1 nnd to nld "blondes" In the securing nt posltluM, tuwitling. them In cane of need or lllmiM, and In U net of kltidiiriM or charity to give preference) to the ''blonde' type. The private colt, explain the prior,, "con sist or scientific precept combined with nrt, which nro Impressed upon the mind npd soul through a symbol ical liturgy ' ECZEMA REMEDY ALSO WASHES HKFLIS AWAY No remedy that rre hnve ever sold for Eeiotna, I'sorlnnls, nnd all othsr dlsensca of tho skin has given mere thorough satisfaction than tho D. D. JJ. Prescription for Ecxema. A SEc trial bottle can be geenred at once. Our patron find thnt D. V, D, not only give instant relief (o the Itching, burning skin, quickly driving out nil the i)lc germs, but It la aWo Ihe most delightful wash for the com liKxluu they ever used. Abnolutely bur ml e.is and pleasant to use, D. D. D. cleanses the skin of nil minor impur ities, such an rashes and pimples, over night, and leave the akin clear and smooth ns that of a ctolkS. It I now generally known (tint there I nothing that can tqvwl D. U. D. ns a household remedy for l akin trouble, no matter wwtt hey are. We, oiirselvee, aro t fully convinc ed of the mcrlu of this wemlerfut remrdy thut w will Ckcrfe ywi noth ing If the first full ke bllle of D. D. D. iloca not taaho god every chttm. tlctter droa In ami Ulk It over wltK u anyhow, J, it. O'KlehV Co. SSLaJlk.S)a; . a - - - " !