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MAKE-ROOM SALE . - OF" f Correct 9 v IN ORDKR TO 1IAKR ROOM FOR THK PRQPF.H DISPLAY OR NEW HIIIPMRNTH OK MIDWINTER flOODS," WK HHALL. IIR. OlNNINO HATOHDAY, OFHRH OUll HNTIRK BTOCK OF DRKSH AND THlMMKR HAT8 AT UK8H THAN HAM'' PRIOR. I t KM KM, IltJR AND WH MKAN JIMT WHAT WK BAY- All Dress and Trimmed Hats at t Less Than FERGUSON f Producer of CORREC CLEANEST GAME PLAYED SO FAR AYS ARIZONA Viators of Yesterday's Foot ball Contest Compliment University oh Game Flay ig, and Sportsmanship. Though yesterday defeated by tho University of Arlsotm, tho team from the University of New Mexico linn every reason tu feci proud ot Itself no a whole and tin Individual. An sona scored n single touchdown on thi vnrslty. Hhe did It hy means of vastly superior wvlght, absence of tany cripple In her 'line-up and the great speed nf tvo men, Itolettl mid McKlroy, together with football gen eralship on the Hrt of Rlggs. For threo long quartern the University vrun fttilu to prevent tho Arltunn latin from scoring, hut with tho lust quar ter more than half over, mid with tint vnrtlly team orn and buttered hy repented pounding; from n heavier line, and u splendid Interference, un end, run hy McKUviy, a line buck nnd n s'erond llnt buck by Itolettl 'gave Arltonn her victory, nltrr she had received the tin 1 1 on a kick from New Mexico. Thn tltst quarter wan thn brut, no fur n New Mexico wns conrerned. In thnt time', nnd, Indeed, up to tho end of the Rrst half, pluy was about even. The Arlxona team said utter wnrd that they trot tired to the alti tude. In thin half, and had their wind nil ready to "use In tho second lislf. At tho end of the firm half It looked like a, victory for New Mexico. At Ilia end of the third quarter It looked ns though New Muxlco would got u tie. with fair lurk. Hut thn fourth quarter aettled all doubts. Thn gnnio wot clean end wok jilaycd tifKri'ttlvrlv, Arltonn men After the Kamo Mated that H whm the cleanekt name they had played thl year. PeHultlea were few, nnd evwi when enforced were not for In tentional breach of tho rule, aood P0itwnhlp waa m feature' all, the way threush. Aftar th aame. tho ArktfrnaM wero formally prnted with the Bryan ellvir trophy, which kt tww thelrn be yond a shadow of a dHht Arena, of the I'nlvoridty, punted re markably wot I at tho opening of the Maine, ClHtddlHiC doing about an well when uttltutd for h!m later, A re mi Iwn ft futurn aa a punter If ho keep up hi work. Hill made a number of phenomenal rune through crowd i ed fleMa, iMtvaHclne the hall on ktcka. He played a good ajamo on the whole, a tfiectaoular gamo at time, but fthowed lwor Judgment In attempting to Mae. Arena through tho line too often, Arliona smothered line playa with ease, mot of tho ttmo, I.emhke played hla uual heady game when ever h waa In. hut hla crippled foqt hampered him badly In apeed. Mudg ctt at center made good ivwwrs, am! when later played behind tho line tMiplayed good ground Klnlng aual Itlea. Wonlrfdoo showed up welt at Attention! Hiisic Lovers! THs yu Wy a VHm hm.M me tkw samsiioaV toe m4 las u Qr H4mii re WAXinaMy M4ediuitt MARK BO IN MaiX I"K ? Wtm ONr llfSfw mark the oOwinc in tho marker's art. LeVe. y Kami TnI m. We arc prepared tu k er ef It. We msy new Mweta mtef 4ay ami we knew what tu by. John Lewis Clark Music Co. MiDinery I 2 Half Price V MILLINERY J end, filroniM did Mime npUndld nrk. Hiitilor wua the real candy in getting through the lino and Dn Wold out played anything ho ever did beforo an n halfback. Captain Hamilton played hard nil t)i time, nod If there w'nn unythlng which he rould have fairly done to win tho game, and which he did not do, mi one kirowi nbout It. Calkins waa knocked out for tho aecnntl tlmo In hla life, and .local footbnll fan know what that meana. Calkins was given tho tnk or handling a much heavier man, nnd In addition to thnt of gnlnlng ground agalnxt men both heavier nnd fatter than ho was. His micccy dcnervea great commenda tion. Walker wan BUbitltuted At ren ter during a part ol the gome, and I.lttrell at guard. That ArlKomi wrtn no mote able to gain through them than through their uM'uanor speaks well for llio agm-aslvenee nnd hard work of thru young plnycrs. l-r ArUona, livr buck field was tho wholtt hov Without her mnr velouiily fait halfback or the heady work nf her quarter, or tho lln stashing done by the two men she employed nt fullback, It la utmost a certainty that New Mexico would have won, The lineup was ns follows: Now MrxIcoAVoolrldge, right end: Gladding, right tackle: Hunter and I.lttrell, right guard; Mudgett, center! Hamilton, left guard; filrome. left tacklo; Carlisle, left rnd: Hill, ninr ter; Calkins, right llfl DeWotfc, left half; Arens, fullback. Arlsona, -Rolfo , (captain), right ends. Thorpe, right tnokl; Mvlntosh, right guard; lllrd. center: Horrvtt, left guard; llrlchta, left tackle; Urady, left rnd; Itlggx, nuarter; Jtn lettf, right hnlf: McKlroy, left htilf; Tnylrtr rind t'nderhlll, fullh.ic.k. Hubstltutes for Now Muxlco, lloldt, Arm! Jo. l.cmbke, Walker, Do Wolfe. Referee, Johnson, lrglntn Poly technic. Umpire, Alton, Minnesota. Field judge, Hamilton. Chief linesman, Ivtnliam, Texas. Ttnie of quarters, IB minutes. Touchdown, lhitcttl; goat, McHI roy. Attetldnnce, 1.000, auhstltutes. New Mexico: Kernhke for Calkins, Wolfo for Wooldrldge, Calkins for l.cmbke, i.rmbke for Wolfe. Wnlker for Mudgett, Mudgett for aiaddlng, fltaddlng for Arena. Rnbstltutes, Arlaona: Hrady for Rolfe, Lescherdlftjt for Mcintosh, IHeaiMW4 V)Haim. During tho last quarter, when In terest was at It highest, the bleach ers, containing probably 4M people, collapsed and prtrcldtted the crwd to the ground, There wrro several minor Injuries, fcht no serious ones. It I said thai a party of routers un tho top of the stand' had been swing ing their Wright In a manner which, set up n vltirutton through the stand, ending In Its deatructmn, but this Is not authentic. The west end uf the. stand fell first. In this portion of tho accident tho hoards whkh termed the seats liter ally slid down the supporting Joists' to tho ground, depositing the people unceremoniously In svacks and heaps. At the west end ff this section, where center 1W broke, people were plied four or fivo deep. A sec ond ur so after the first section had crashed down the east wclloH col lapsed, falling flat on the ground and distributing Ita occupant In a sort of layer over tho broken boards aHd miscellaneous wreckage, That no one was seriously Injured wls marvelous. Pianos at One r Price to All ch he sure you're net tvhw IW week for the same hwtrument. to WitttfMt MMato CA, WtWKJ MmWM !tf'SiW MWXHXi, T 'The nulls Heed in building tho affnlr . . . j . , i i . vine up in many potcc. uui no ono In reported ns having been impaled upon on of them. A tnnn named Krnest Hnhncr Kim tnlnrd ii twisted ami sprained leg, MIm Lillian Ilosseldcn sustained n sprained ankle, Hpanca Itnlcomb re ceived a bruise across III forehead and a crushed thumb, which Is tint tsrlous, and several other people re ceived minor bruise and contusions, not one of them serious. During tho wholn affair, Including tho collapse, tho rush of the specta tor across the field from thn north aide And the removal of tho spectu- InH wlm IiiijI tl.lla timflli ,1 nf.il tit.,1 1 upon a plattr or wrickage, not a I woman crininiit nor did one faint. STEAX PREVENTS CONCRETE'S FREEZING Hot Kami L'mhI B TtMt ItHMiriAtkitt of Xw Kbinwh City Wallou Will Not Ho Damsirttl hy CuM. Kancss :ily, Mo.. Dec. 1 Blcnm heat liaa been twetl for ninny ptir posvs, Including that of thawing dy namite without tho attendant danger usually found In this iiotforinano?, but hero ti a how one. , Tho suvoro winter weather Is not In atop titu cottm-lo work mi I bo foundation walls for the now Union atntlon. The sand Is tu bo heated by steam nnd the water Is tu hu uoillbrf hut whon It Is poured Into the mix ture or and, cement nnd crushed, lock. K. W. Winters, suporlntcnnrn- nt construction lor the Ueurgu A. Fuller Construction company, Is preparing to heat tho snuit, Pipes w.'ll he Inld on the ground, connected with a steam engine. 'I ha sniul I tu to piled on theso plpos and Hie lepp covered with n iar;mti1ln. Willi, tht steam is put thromd th.) ptnui it lll iieui i u r co ino'i .inn tunic turns oi ' u ,. .1 wt ., . vtimi Hi tjiiu mill?. Klvo hundred nun nro wurtttna; now on the atntlon situ Concrete workers, who .tro putting In tin List of the plcra to ..uuport the .nuiii IK room, work day nnd nlh'. At night the work goes for.v.irl by tho light of gnsollno tnt-onei. This wntk wns delayed hy s'.rlkln.t qulcknd and ItnviiiK in go forty tcet Into tho ground to net to io!k rouinlntU'ti. Not far dlatan tro.n the vu-iivntlnn for the malu pnrt ot t Ita station titqitn drills nre boring Int.i bliw Ilin? roc!;. Tho rondltlnn illitu res the ftyiiU of tbr- cutth's lo.ii'itilotis mi'tur ho surtat'e Thi work at nlfiht - clna lone to prevent delnylus t'i' steel .wqikhb. who eooti will jre"t Mie al.o'ctim of tho IiIk wnttinn room, 400xl0U fuel. "Wo nro rnclng wi'.li tlnn,' Mr. Winters said this ntu.tiltiij. Wo nre up to schedule so far. I uclfovi) wo shall begin jmttlB In the cunlicto foundation walls for tlio nmln purl of tho station, tho headiioust;. In uu other month." PANAMA MAIL NOT AN ATTRACTIVE PROPOSITION No Hkfcfct-M Yr-t for CnHtrai t to Clarry NtT to Nion( Ut'Kiiltn Kuluddy Offem!1 hy OnteriHriciit. WashlBRton, D. C., Doc, Tho o!ofllco iloimrtmmit announced to day tljnt no bltln liavo been tcceivod under (lie atlvertlsontent for tho mall fibsldy to Colon, which hoars out the charges made a few OJye ago by Iter itard N liaker. n 1altlntoro financier, that tho railroad Interests are pre venting competition by Independent steamship lines In carrying the unit from tho Atlantic to tho Pacific coast. Ponttnauer Oenurnl Hitchcock iumio it plain In his spociRcntlons that tho Panama mall contract would go '" to u steamshlu Hue Independent ot , riilliuad cuiineuloiM. 'I'liu Pauaitin (Subsidy, for It ically amounted to tuai, wna to ho granted only to u lino that could show that It wns abso lutely competitive of the transcontin ental railroads, According to the story Mr. Itaker recently told tho president and tho sonata committee en Interstate emu merco, he planned to orgunlte a US, 000.660 steamship company to handle mail and freight between American ports and tho Isthmus. When It be came known that he was out for the mall subsidy. Mr. Uaker aver that Hi bunkers Suddenly decided that they could nni' stiftvort the venture, und hla sblBtiuilflfng t-onuecttona likewise de cided that they would be unable to eettttruel tlte shlj. No ee else kit come forward, up to tfchi time, to apply for the Panama msil.eatrlHg eontract, nor have the steamship lines that are In A position to handle the business avlnccd any gijeat Interest In tho iiroposxl Issued hy the neetofricu depart ment. When your feet nra wet and cold, and your body chilled through and through from exposure, take a big doso of Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy, bathe your feet In hot water be fore going to bed, and you bre almost certain to ward off a severe cold, For Kale hy alt dealers. asm THK Fct Fiction uwmmu ws w wPaWwrfa"W if I aFiwomm UT ml Ik. WhU'i tar urn at M MM yuur Utew lefwtr, I riMKaac la Popular MchanicH Maplaslno Am M rW r. 1W, trWtow at mr t riitmnaiClt tSHS--SIBaRayDiaihSrlSM iu kkw and itriiir MSM SBM B AW. aSati tekftaBai Hit snaTai im mi shsu in bm S?XiB.5ro SsiMsMaic,ii4sUtUtaiabaykw. I fRoniLAH MBCHAM! SjftMMsMMal IY COBB-PICKS THE IIGERS 10 II 1912 W Champion AllAround Rase ballist JWits Sport Page of Atlanta Jeurnnl for One Day anil Gives Opinion. Tyrue Raymond C'obh, world' champion ef abeut everything In the baseball II He, Is aperMIng the oK sen son showlHK hhwuolf to an admiring publlo In vaudeville houses through out the eaMfrf. Not lone; Age he struck AtHMta, tho capital of the statu whlen cwMmb tho honor of being Ty'a birthplace, and for the one day that Ty was In town the Atlanta. Journal, .the M-taclpnl newspaper of the southern metropolis, turned over Its sporting sh to thu dlstlBulshcd visitor In order tnat ho might expreiis hhi unbridled ohlnton on things In nefiral and baseball in particular. Hero Is what Ty has to say nbout the prospects for the 1912 season as appear Rom the Journal: In beginning this story 1 want to Bay that the fan who follow the sport ing editor's dope through tho summer have no Idea hew hard jttit to It ho is to nil apace In tho winter, and as nn npoiogy right hero in my behalf, 1 want to nay that, In rupoitln tho world's series ef games, one has thousand of IHtlo points that come up In each gamo that hu can use overy day. It Is entirely different, though, to go In tlte cold nnd try to mi space In the winter, at a tlmo when one has te) almost manufacture his points. It to one of the hardest Jobs a man can tackle, and I hopo that you will overlook my lncxert onto In this line.- On of the matters or mot interest now is the outcome nf next year's pennant riice I supKiin 1 hud bet ter commence hy trying tn predict tho outcome of tho next American league tace, touching tho dilferenl team und thetr strength, And endeavoring to tho K'H ot my ability to lino thorn up in thu order thnt they will finish at thu ctoao of next asou. Of course I mam bo tilusvd in my selection tor first nlncc, bvckuso 1 firmly believe that Detroit will he tho winner next yenr. And, hero cornea tho pincii when 1 attempt to tell how und wtiy they nre going tu win. The second IHinlllon I give to Philadelphia; the third will be titled by Hasten and tho fourth should belong to the White Sox. Cleveland, should be the next selection. New York fellow Cleve land, and WaafclHtton should follow New York, with the lowly SR. I hi Is drowns llnlshtngi absolutely last. .My reaonn fur thinking that Detroit will wto tho pennant I that I hon estly belleVo we lost on a fluko last year. 1 could ms Into a complete analyst urn! tmV you where, alter odr tlrst 'bostiWttrf got his arm "bf oken by ono of Coombs' fast shoot In the :rjtn i;nmc .of the .Reason, up to which tlmo wo had won M nnd lost only ; names, Indicating tho class of the club, which was absolutely beyond comparison with any or tho other clubs, Wq had ftwcd Philadelphia under In thu two khhm Just preceding thnt in which (litltmf, the lirst uacKei, tot Injured, (lalner'a Injury, ot course, necessitated our placing Dcla hnnty, n second baseman, on first, nnd when he began to put nwny games by hi Inexperience, it knocked out that supreme coBHdencu that tho Oct t or team tii endowed with, lucK ins which our pluy lost It decisive ness, nml we ,-indually loi our grip, finally iluUliinK up n geed secotid. Of counn, after tho team started koIiik badly the pitcher lest' their xrlp, and the entire crew In general was demoralised. However, at times we showed that latent strength and fight ing spirit thai the Detroit team is noted for, doing we:!, I think, by fin ishing ti good sceend, winning the series from every club In the league, not excepting Phltade'phla, with ono exception tho New York Highland ers, who beat us badly. No. I thin!: we hnvo the emtio team with the same strength and more determination to show that last )tar we lost only on a fluko, you mjght say, by having; our first btseman crippled, and this year tliey will go tn with a strong deter mination to win, wnHe Philadelphia, having had a winner tor two consecu tive years, will prohafelyreet on their taurclc and will not be quite a deter mined In their piny m they were the last two years, We'bavo strength ened ourselves, nf cvune, this year by getting eovcral premising pitcher and outfielders, and J think Detroit will ho well fortlft4 with youux bleed, No Young Pifiyrr. A to Phltadeiphmjr They have not secured many yoJiHr'm'on. Tho pitch ing staff, while they did good work In the world's serlee, to my way of thinking, did not seem to have done any more thnn UioyJ.iHd tn the regu lar seuMon, when tV were ham mered hard by tho iAwericsn leuguo hitters. It only aHred that the National leaguu hIMers who partici pated in the world' series did not hava the ability to -quite solve our American league pltefttiHT. and I can not believe that the National league, battera and ptuhrrc havo the ability that thn Aim rl un lMuit had. The pltrlnrs ' the Atlilatlcs liuve been through scleral gruelling cam fttlKti and I d n')t believe that they SM be near us gimit'tkks year u fore. They I Coomlts, who has been overworked, and Hinder and PlanX, who ure geM-Ut old In thn game. i, ir any M ot these three should not live up tu their tart year's reputation the AthleWea' chaw-Mi Vee Hm, and the teams Mtt wore e for them last yeur wtN Hew MrfcM MrengtH and iniprevsBwent for the coming season, putMnr the I'hllM nhlA, c(ub in trouble, Mm heglnnln of the season They; aswe men R the outfield who won't mi' any better, M I nm stifo in that they can't do any hotter'" tir lt iie4a,njj( work 1 TImmm are my real rwsipiu to up PH my selectmn t:f winner of Rent yenr' pennant1 between the twt first clubs menhnmsB. Kew, Chicago wilt b a Ui im in down nt nil times next yenr, but they have not much chnn.e to Im prove end cannot be selected as con tenders for the Amerlran league, pen tinnt, for the fact thnt their outfield Is made tip or men who "tnm back" this yenr very succesnfully Howcvrr. if jiou will follow the dope, you will seo thnt men, old In the gamo tike Callahan nnd Siclntyre, who come bnck and do work, cannot be depend ed upon to follow It up In thu next yenr, For this rennoii I do not be lieve that the outfield strength ot tho White Pox, n It showed this yenr, wilt bo repented In 1912. They have a fine pitching stuff nnd an excellent Infield, Harry Lord, in my estima tion, being tho inoit vnluabla third baseman for all season's work of any ninii In tho gnme today. Of course, that ts considering his base running ability and genera! head work Mil rombintd. I think that tho selection or Cnllnhnn for malinger Is en Im provement over ex-Manager Durfry of lust year. Naturally, Duffey wns handicapped hy having to act on an other' suggestion. IkmfoH I Third. Now, Ronton 1 put In third position, but they are liable to be the surprise or thn whole league And finish high er. They were hard to bent nil this year, and they were handlcupped by many accidents to their star players, and by the lack ot a capable, first bixeiiisii m any time during the wholo or last season. Kvun with n patched up Inrield they were always n hard proposition fur any club, nnd with the addition of Jake Htahl, a wonderful first baseman and hard Idttcr, as manager, with ex-Manaor McAlfor always closo At hand, a president and part owner of the Bos ton club, 1 think the management of the club has certainly not lost any thing by making tho change. They hnve wonderful young pitcher In O'llrlen, who wilt prove a tower of strength to them thl year, nnd with the level-headed management or the club thnt MoAleer und Htahl will pro duco ugulnst tho erratic wuya of John 1. Taylor tif last year you will see tho Hoston club a mjtch different proposition. From the start they must bo watched closely or they are tlsblo to bo hot contenders for the flag, It I needless to mention, of course, their wonderrul outReld. which I consider the best all-round outfield III either lengue. Mpeoker, I .vul. unit lliimivr nro IllH COtltbtnit- tlun I have In mind, their hitting and, L-uso running being tho best ooinui nation In either of the big leagues. Their Inflrld, with Htahl on first base, will be u tough proposition to handle. Bo, I think, tho slogan for next year wtll be "Look out for Hoston."1 RtivU should Win. Cleveland should come In fifth be en m with wul munngenicnt In tho early si-uson und a demoralised cluh they succeeded In finishing welt up mis yeur. Now they have level-headed linrrv iSavl. the good old tlrst seeker of tho Athletics, who hi my opinion will make u tlno manager, to piioy them through next sea noil. All dur ing the 10 1 1 season their pitching staff was demoralised. The had no con fidence, bad catchers to work with, and a demoralised Inflold. back of them, nnd most of tho time a weak In-Ik-Id. but they succeeded In pitching wonderful bull under thosa adverse conditions. Though, next yenr with a different munager, und a man who win understand the peculiarities of each pitcher, I Ihlnk they will aurprlse thi tasobull fans, who have figured them out ns having a weak pitching stuff, by showing their real nblllty. Heyoitd doubt, they will win more games than they did last year. The munagcrlnl proposition Is whnt has handicapped tho Cleveland club. In O'NcIl they hnve secured a back stop who I be lleve will solve a difficulty thnt hnn ln-rotoforo worried them. Now York, I believe, will finish, sixth, and mny he pushed hard by Washington. Tho management of the New York club Is liable to change be tween now and the opening of the coming season, Chase, it seems, tn getting tired of trying to pilot the team successful!) ' Washington, munuged by the heady Clarke Orltllth, who comes back to th Anttrlcan league after spending tv couple of years In tho National, I be lieve will bo hnrder to bent next yean than they weru In thu 1811 season, Of course,, somu big chsnges In their, lineup are necessary, and this will uo a huril proportion for Orltllth to face, but any ono following Manager Grif fith's efforts will have to admit that he in it victim of hard luck and' ha failed at all times In getting an even break In trades, or what wo call base butt luck. Ho has been cheated out of thu pennant on two or three occasions, ut a time It seemed almost In hli grasp, when he was piloting the New York Americans, and tho chances aro that this year that powerful usset t luck Is' liable to call on Manager, flrlttltlt for i long stay, because a man can't bo unluoky nit the time. arif. lltti i a very crafty manager and has nlways something now on the oppos ing teams, and ho certainly bourn watching at nil times, fit. Louis; of course, Is a hopetcss propilttnn for tho next two or threo years. They have a ragged team with very few good looking prospects, nnd no manager to date has been named. Ho. they are In a demoralised condi tion, Candy Specials Saturday Only CKimit Hoiiboim J a7. 11 COWMtllUt CIllHllllltO , lri CRocolaUj Vcanut "uvlu WWMrtItar df" i Cmmanut liar I H , IK Oiioeanut UWmv 1 v MJUQUERQUE CANDY KITCHEN CD. KeeotHi Street. 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Hvon the liltognd atroci ties of Italian troops In Tripoli, mitiib Ject which generally tills William Red mond with n desire to find out what the foreign serretury known nbout It and whnt thn government Intends to do, has not aroused the occupant or tin- Nationalist benoht. They nro quietly waiting lor I91-, "IroInud'H inr." they call It. Thn Nationalist Is everybody's friend this winter. He is busy In thn lobby wh'cro tho members gather to gossip, making converts tn the cnusu of homo rule and keeping wavering Liberals from bolting from a policy to which some of their constituent are opposed. While tho rankers ot the putty are doing inllotiBry work in the, lobby, the leader. John Redmond, i busy ex plaining tho home rule to tho popU or nnglaiid, The .Nationalists .sy thaf when tho Kngtinh really know what Ireland demands, opposition to homo rUlo will fade nwuy. Mr Redmond's campaign Already has extended troni Hciiiland In the north, tu tin extreme south of Kngland. Use Kirk's Flake White Soap Cheapest and Best Soap , on the Market Today NEW MACHINE AKD ELECTRIC SHOP THE COLEMAN-FISHER CO. . HAVE OPENED ' A New Plant at This plant is equipped with new and modern machinery and we arc prepared to do accurate work at reasonable f if ures. PHONE 242 v "If going fine," Mr. Redmond nys. "I hove had a Very friendly re ception everywhere. Tho nudlencen hnvo flhowtt their interest In the ques tion by Widening to my apocchca." Mr. Redmond and other Irish mem hrs who itro touring Rngland Impress upon their nudlpnct that what Ire land demands is not depuration, but "tho right of 'managing Its own local arfiiira In a subordinate place, HUbJect to tin- supremacy or the imperial par iiuinunt a ,demand that has neves bi n mnilo by nny community or whlto ni'ii In tho empire and refused ex cept Irt tho enso of Ireland." Iocal nrrulr are tnken to meajB. land, education, local government; transit, labor, Industries, taxation for local purposes, law and Justice or po llen, leaving to tho Imperial parlia ment the nmnngemnt of army, navy, frign relations, customs, Imporlaf taxation nnd mnttcrs pertaining tu. the ti row 1 1 and colonics, ,s wMh the colonics tho imperial parliament would lir.ve the right or veto over the act or tho Irish legislature. That power', howiiver.t is seldom used so far as the self governing colonies nre concerned. X The quicker u coli in gotten rid of tho less the dangor from pneumonia nnd other serious diseases. Mr. W. W. L. Hall of Waverly, Va., says: "I firmly believe Chamberlain' Cough Remedy to ,h ebfolutoly the best prepiirotloit on the market for cold. I' hnvo recommended It to my rrlends and they uM agree with me." For iiilu by all dealers. For tho best ssildle horse In the cltay call phone So, 3, "V, 1 Trimble, 113 North second Street. 511 W. Centra