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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HEBALD, FRIDAY, APRIL 5. 1012.
A Remedy No Family
Should Do Without
I Ladies Wsiists
I TOMORROW ONLY Wj?
A beautiful assortment of Ladies' Waists including Lingerie
or Tailored styles, in high or low neck, long or short sfeeves, well
made and nicely trimmed, values to $2.50,
"Can Always Go Baok to the
Banoli," Says Ghicf Execu
tive of State, Who Is Feel
ing Great Once More.
AVIIIIem C. McDonald, governor of
New Mexloo, paused through Altnt
rimT(uo today an his wny from Cur
rtsoao, hie formar home, to guutn Vo,
whore he Uvea In the oxeoutlve mnti
alon. Governor McDonald went to
hie ranch near Carrtaoao to recuperate
fruin a slight attack of lllnee. He
In na fit as ever now ami ready to
Idling Into the hard work herore him
la connection with the see Ion of the
"I can always go tack to tho
ranch," laughed the governor at the
Xnntn FV station today, aa he stood
th- oeii'cr of .1 roui of friend who
huil ;iin.- t the train In meet him.
UUwuaalnjr prospiu-ta fur work y
the legtalaturo tho governor aald ha
honored both houses would gat down
to bus I nee before long,
"With tha tutorial baa out of
their head and coming back to the
capital after a brief rwt, I balieva
all the legislator will honestly en
deavor to paaa auch leglalutlon a
they baliavc la necessary for tha
pro par oouduct of the buetneaa of the
The schedule of concerts to be
given by tke University of Now Mux
lo viitertiiinlra has bean practically
dooldatl upon, atibjoct to changes be
fore they alert out on tlielr tour of
t.io Santa Kb reading ronma on April
21. Tho llrat raiulltloii or the enter
tainment, ant it lad "14 amor of the
M-iitr" "l he a florin mi 'he fti
I ll l l' . t JlUll'll.l. Oil I l
glird; Canadian, 'iexa. Stta; chttuiuw.
Kaua. the 2lth; at Kanaaa City, Mo
aturesy, the into, with a concert in
Topeka by apodal arrangement on tho
fidiuwlHg .Monday. This Topek. aoil
cart la by apeelal request of proiNl
went u1iImi of Tape. Following
thla, appearance will We made in
WlllngtoH. Ia .luhUt and elsewhere,
wiin oMe to eUote It on May ith.
Thar will ! a special Beater tro
gram at tit OrHkotim Tlienler Sunday
afternoon Ht 2:90. All dhlldrii will ho
admitted free. Adults 6 oeutfl.
HERE OH IK
TIHERARY OF THE
"LAW AND LIBEflTY"
TOPIC OF SERMON
Will Be Espcoially Appropri
ate Because of Observance
of Feast of Passover Oldest
in Jewish Calendar.
Hpealul servicex will ho hold In
Ternnlo Albert this ovonlng, In com
momomtlon ttf the Foont of tho Phm
over, or tho Kauat of I.lKhtu, tho old
t8t faotlvttl In the JewlHh cnlentltir,
being a ratnlndar of the oxoduH from
Ugyi't. The eaxt of the I'aaaovcr
began leal Monday and will continue
until next Monday. Dr. Mendel Mil
bar will prefteh tonight, uexlnnlnff at
T:48 o'eleek, on the Hubjeot, "Imw and
Liberty." Thla aubjert will be eapa
chilly appropriate to the festival ant)
will at the tainn lime be n cntlnua
tlon of the aarioB of twelve avrmona
htoh lr. tiibir began to preach
thn wvoka igo. Thu k mituI i.uuhr
la I'onllnlly itivitfd to hear the acr
mon and attend the aervlcea.
Speoial Sei'vioes Hold Today in
Looal Ghurohcs Oommeni
orating Death of the Sa
viour. In ujnieinar&lon of Uia tlotli ot
Chrlat Qtt On 1 vtt f ntfiro tlmit nlttatu
aanuiulMi iot surNMaoa var
Iraltl in the Odtholie Anil tib
oopal ohurcbcw U) AlbtMjuentua Hinl
etgawltera tltrotikiioiit tb Ckiia6
Ian world totlajr. In the liaiaaru-
l?it.. Prijic .M(n church 'Otlu vn;$
I'M ill i,u- iai 'iitxil hi.- i'lbt.ru
any tata morulng. Jroui i tu a
many jMtople made lb "Holy Hour9
devotion, whluK ooitatatwl In th way
of the rroaa and medlUitliig on the
jwsnlon and ilwtli of tha thtrlor. A
aermou on the iiaaalon will he TfMfllu
ed thin evening. Bervioea In tha
OhIIioIIo olmrchea tnmorrow win con
em In bltawliiK of Uia Pitachal oMlidla.
tha blaealiiK f Uie new Are anil other
rites ineldont to the oelebmUoti of
tke rwnrraoUan from 1 lie (IinmI ot)
Hnater Sumlay. UeHtitiftil nnd appro
prlato services were held lu fit. Joltn'a
UpUcopal ohuroh today.
0 ELECT 60ES
Col. D. K. B. Sellers Goes Over
Bier Pile of Accumulated
Correspondence; 'Many Ap
plicants for Jobs.
Hotttrnlng from Snti'tn Fa Inst night,
whoro ho uttomlod tho good rontlu con
voutlon, Col. D. K. U. Sollora today
bogmn his llrat day or roul work us
mnyor-oloot of tho city or Alhuiiuor
cti. It wuh noceeanry for the coionbl
to go into executive Heeelop with liliu
self nnd dlapoae of a pile of oorro
apomlouco which had neouutulntod
tlurtujc lils ubienco. Mnny ltttlvra
knvo Iwt.ii tvrltton to the now mayor
containing miggeatlona aa to thy begt
tttothod of waklnis Alhuqnerqiio n
blajner Riul butter town. All HM0g
tlcnr will receive cnnallorntion nut)
prt.y hd i hey an worthy will be ro
forred to cotnmlttooa. Mayor Sellers
Iirh rocolved a uutiibor of nip!legtlQim
by Hiall Hud otharwlae for immIUoiib in
tiia oily overument. '
MAY CANDIDATBa FOR
POLICE CHIEF JOB
Many TOtera in AlbHHHertiiie have an
KwWUon to beaome the hautl of tha
Waitleiiwl iHillce departinetit. A 1 carlo
J. MoHloyg, It. L. WootOH. Oharlee II.
llindB gnd aereral othara Imve (tied
MppllcatlunK nnd Interviewed aldormen
with a view to wearing tho badge or
oltlaf. Uiuda la now night merchant
polloeman. Montoya was formerly a
iHCHiilier of the itollo foree. Wooton
was a oandldate for the chlofahlp two
NOTICE TO SANTA FE EMPLOYES
Tliere will be no tlolmla for the
Ortrtnell, Iowa, uolle tfrW gio alitb,
at Illlm' oporn ltoutii Ttloailay ovanlng,
April 9th. flrnig& cuHin for oinnfoytt
4 I'M: for otiWlaere. S:1I. Ourtkin
iteM at t:S0.
There will be a gpeeigl llaster pro
grew Ht the OwtKHUU Tlieftor lunUgy
aftoriMOH nit .W. Ail obllfltM will be
in'tiii'ii.i !( dr.1'. ", roitia,,
fay tia a ruii A lul aautn ' far
tha regular Kagter farad. Tou went
to look your beat that day and our i
kiteat atyiee lH akoea, Tlea, I'limpa, '
OoIoHlale awd gllppera will certainly
do the tMok. All atxga far M&, Xfo
men and children ; black, whfWfor tn
at C. May 'a Mho Were, 314 Weal Can.
In eaM ef t'heymiithtm relief from
palN tMkaa aleea tHd rwi peealhle.
Thia tnay be obtained !L flPBiyitiK'
Chamberlain' Liniment. Fflr sail by
Alt Dealer. I
HDITY FOR MR.
Clerical Error Must Stand;
Canvassing Board Makes
Majority of Kieke Three:
Matson Not to Contest.
Whllo n simple procost) In subtrac
tion ahows that Ivan (Jninsfold, Ito
publican cundhhtto for nldorman in
tho Fourth ward, rocolvod u majority
or only -IS, It Btiindu on tho record ns
H, owing to n olorlcnl error In mak
ing Oht tho rettiriiH, hack of which
tho cnimisslng bonnl, which coiibIhIb
or tho city ohlcliilg, onnnot go. It 1
nndaralood Mr. tlrunsfold la going to
have tho rottirn frrtnied and proeent
It to Colonoi W S; IToiwwell, Demo
orat, whom be defwted for the olllce.
The oativaaaltip ifuurd went over the
vote thie tnorolug tit the oity olerk'a
i lie onlj iilit eoee ahoued by uie
rnilWiSH from llio ahMllfm vntn as
puhlUhcd la in tee oaae of William
Kieke, Demoomi. who la elected oh
Uie face or the return by a majority
or three Inetead of two.
It liM beeii rutuerod that O. A. Mat.
eon, Kepufaltoeit onttdldate for treaa
vrer, would content tke electuw or
KIMo for the reason that three Mat
on atickera ware placed over the eUy
clerk" liatHe Initead of that of the
treaaurar. If tho Intent of the voter
were oenelilered Mr. Mateon'a friends
declare that h wquUI be eleeted. but
it la tinderatood Mr. Mateoti will make
no effort to rcuin the oltlce.
ConeOpatlon brlnga many ullmenia
In lie train and la 'he primary oauae
of inueh elckaaaa. Keep your bowele
regular madatn. and you will e woe pa
many of the ailment t which wo
men are mihjert. Conatlpatleu in a
very dimple thing, but like many atm
ple th live, it may lead to aerloua oo
iuenc. Xature often needa a lit
tie niailaUiitee and when Chamber
laln'w TaWata are, gtvert at the iret
Indication, miteh dMreea and anger
ing may be avoIQid. Sold by Ait
MMIaon CartiipH Wfe-CHMdu. ,
Ky K.VCHtlHK Hrr .g . V i.ommr Wttit
turna from Tueidty'a etetion for del
egatea to t.'ic natingal convention IndU
oale that Uoverner Wocxlrow Wlleon
will have at leaat twenty and Clark
four delegate out of 18 to be chosen.
Ilad breatli. hitter taau. OUzineee
Mini a general "no geeount" reeling la
8 aura hIkh of a torrid liver. Unit
UlNJO la the Medieftie needed. H
niakes the liver nja-lve. vltalhteji the
blood, regulatea uie bowel and ro
Btoree a fine feoTIng of enorgy and
oheerfulneta. rrioe BOc. Sold by all
BE GIVEN A
Memorial to President Taft
Insists That Findings in Al
leged Trust Gaso Be Made
PROTEST AT ALLEGED
INJUSTICE TO INDUSTRY
(lly MveBlntt Herald A. 1. l.taneA XVIrc)
Wnahlngton April 6. Ua demand
upon I-roetdcnt Taft for puhlleaHon
or conclualoiiH ot the department of
oinmeroe and labor upon Ita invuetl
H.itloii of th lumber maiiufactunrtK
bueineaa. ortleretl by oongreae In 1988,
wan made public Unlay by the Mitetoii.
ill Lumber Manufacturer' aaeeclailon,
with t.thor corraapondvnee between
i'roaidMiit Taft and the secretary or
ihi department of commerce and
I'htK donii-: hut utiunual nttltvtcl on
'If jitri .f u Krat mnnnfarturtng In.
Iimtry hi In th form of a petition
whh h m'ta forth that the delay in
r. porting tin- findlnga of tho depart
nifiit han tendvd to confirm the pttb
llr in the opinion that a "lumber
inm" exhda In the manufacturing
i'UIi- of the lumber hwdnea, and haa
greatly accentuated the altaclta upoiv
"WV, repreaentliig many clllaetia of
the fulled State, who are entitled to
Juki leu at the Itanda of the govern
ment, nnd to that Juatice which In
doubly admirable If prompt." aaya the
memorial. "petitKou you to have made
public at the earliest poaalble mo
ment tho whole concluelon of the do
PRi'iiiient of commerce and labor aa
to the principal iiuentlou put to It by
the congrcaeroiial reeolutloiie, that the
people of thla country may no longer
have to depend for their opinion ax
to the lumber producing Indutttry
upon Insinuation, unverified ohargea,
ausplclun or projudlno."
(Jn receipt of the otutemeut unci pe
tition of the lumber men, I'roehlunt
Tuft roforrud the complaint to Secre
tary Angel, who furnhdtud tho preel
dent with a reply. Thla reply mutes
tne position of the administration In
the matter. The lumber lnunufaotur
T8, upon receiving tho laltur from
th. Hcirutury of commorou, mudo un
tner apponi to President Taft, my-
Wo hope, Mr. Proatdont, notwllh
Rtitmliug the proftont uttltudo ot tho
(idmlnlRtratlon, as oxprcamd by tho
honorable aocretary, that you will pro
mote the prompt Justice uxked for by
a body of the cltlROnshlp now, us they
v.rlly helluva, mlauuderstood and
Jn tho polltlon. roferonoo Is mado
to the fact that while tho department
of commerce and labor made public
February 13, 11)11, a partial report
on the lumber Industry, It relntod only
to the private ownership of sanding
timber In the united States, and ad
viiueed only one of the reasons for
the alleged high price of lumbar; that
thla imrtlal report Ignored tho re
iueat of cum k roes to report particu
larly as to the existence of combina
tions, etc., lu restraint of trade and
therefore failed to glvo tho lumber
producers tho verdict which they
asked for at a oonforonoe with thu
proeldont, Secretary Nogol nnd Com
missioner Hmlth In Washington, Jan
uary Vi, 1U10.
"Prices or lu rubor nt tho mlllf,"
bsj'r the petition, "advttnood durlm;
the seven yearn from 18UD to 190C,
about thirty-eight pur cent. Thin
corresponded with the ndvauuo In
other oommodltlea which outer so
greatly Into the cost of lumber, and
in pari to tuu inoreasau values oi
"Prices to t.te consumer In sointi
aectiotia or the country remote front
lumber-producing sections advanced
probably in still greater proportion;
due In part to th exhaustion of near
euppllea, inaHutg neceiwary the pay
ment of greatly Increased transporta
Notwithstanding theae aotflclnnt
rmtoonH it Is eh.igtd and houhu i'
huv lic ii . i.ltii,i(.ll). UelU'Vi (I
llif inert ii' in prices ui tin- inlll
due to th cxlsletii of rontinlimi
cotnblNaimii.i or agieementa co'oiii""
ly known h 'truau' and that th
'luinber trust' was and la an op
The pntltion then any that reepon
slve to public rhurgea congreaa adopt
ed reaolutiona for an luvtlgtion of
J he lumber bte,lnaa. AllenfJoB a
particularly called to the fact that the
reaolutiona required titat the Investi
gation should be conducted with "the
particular object" of aeoertalmig th
existence of any combination, conapir
acy, truat. agreement or contract In
reatralat of commerce.
The petition aaya further that
while the effect of thaee reaolutiona
waa Injurious to the lumbar IriUutttiw,
the investigation waa welcomed by.
lumber producer, "who had long,
been reeuve under the Ieoee, unfound
ed and Ignortfut chargae made agatnat
them.' and that every aaatetenee tu
the iHveeligHtton waa given.
"With thbt native and hearty co
operation or the lumbar ludeetry It
was felt tltat the llinitlry should pro
duce early reeiilta." Oh tha cvntrar),
ys tha pet1tH, It was not until Feb
ruary It, 1911, more than four yer
after the rAegeaj of the resolution.'
(I.. I ,i - r ni.rt whairvir vk nm I"
i' u . . i nil. i' i r l .1 1 ir. 1 1 ''
who bad charge of thla iiiveeuaaUuU
under the e "retery o the depart inea
of commerce nJui htbbr. Th petit
cults attention to the fact that
raport wets only a partial one
failed t give the lumber prcif
the verdict they deelred.
Tha petition uloaee Vtlth un
request that th "cliarKea ega
lumber manufnJMwrora of the rolled,
Mates be a promptly broNght Ua
ooaeluidon aa aeein likely to be tllotM
kgalnst lumber dealer who hate beerf
brought Into eourt."
Secretary Nagi, in transmitting to
X imtUer hew healthy a human be
ing titty he It bt safe to say that not
iiianr mimths are jtawted without
aeme obatruotion of the Iwwela. lu
other words, constipation, even If only
teittperery. The bloddng, the duft
fwllng tnay hh after tha evening
ideal, if a laxntlve ia not taken tlmt
iright It la certalH that sleep will not
be aouhd, and you will awaken on
refreshiNl, llenee. it la Imperlant for you and
for all the member of yaur ramlly
that a good, reliable taxallv be al
-waya kept In the houee for Juet jch
etnffrgencg. It Hi aura to be needed,
and when needed yutt want it at ha ml.
Mo faintly Uwt la careful of It health
can do without mioh a remedy. Hut
the ciuaatlon of which retnedf to have
on hand In ft Wo of vaat Itnfmrtance.
The laxative moat highly recom
mended .by the majority of Intelligent
American a being beat for babies and
the preetdettt tke anewer to the lum
ber men' complaint, aaya the report
of tho brettau of eorporatlona waa not
only Important and relevant to the
keue Involved In the reaolutiona of
eoHgrna, but that the amonnt of
atnndliiK timber and the conceiitra
tion or ita owncnUilp were abwlnicly
essential to the dlacuaeion of the iu'
Uona Involved. The aecretary aoya
tha bureau fmtml a wholly unexpected
and a very remarkable degree of con
oeutration of stamllng timber. It
thua applied a second and absolutely
eaeeutlal baaic fact In the dlecaaator
of lumber pticee.
The secretary eaya the bureau or
corporation haa, considering the
magnitude of the taek, supplied neces
aary facta aa rapidly aa iHHartble; that
It la now carrying on aleo an Inveetl
gallon Into competitive methods, a
report on whleh will he presented as
non ' aa poeaible. Uef erring further
to the statement of the lumber men
that the first and only report made
by the department of commerce ami
labor waa the report In 1111 on stand
ing timber, Secretary Nagel aaya th
bureau haa also for soma time been
currying on InveattgatluiiH Into the
aetual course or the prlcee of lumber,
and this, too, will be presented aa
soon as finished. Incidentally Mr.
Nngel pmnta out tho difficulty Of
gathering this Information.
Secretary Nagel miye, lu reply to
the domhud for a verdict, that It
would bo wholly impracticable for thu
bureau, and entirely outside of ita
jurisdiction, to render a verdict on
the existence of thu so-called lumber
trust or conspiracy In return I tit of
trudo; that the ipteetlou Is strtlotly a
lORnl one Any attempt on the part
of tho buronti or corporations!, snya tho
Sttorotary, to make auch a finding or
guilty or not guilty, would be an ab
surdity in ItKflf, nnd would establish
a most embarrnaalng procedent.
Manager Uronson, 'n the letter to
President TafW under data of March
1, takers up seriatim tho subjects na
stated and commented on by tho Hoc
rotary, nnd sayH that notwithstanding
the Importance of the Incpdry aa to
standing timber. It Is not responsive
to the part of the senate resolution
that the Investigation or tho lumber
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Phofip S 1 4 an? you won,t have
ing. We keep everything in Staple and Fancy
Groceries at prices that are right.
114 W. Coal Ave.
by having a doner ohek on the important Retails.
Make your books furnish vital information thf$ will
enable you to avoid leaks and inoroase your profits
By installing and maintaining an up-to-date system
of accounting and making periodical audits to safe
guard against incompatenoy, if not dishonesty.
Audit System Co.
' 112 N. Second St., Albuquerque, N, M,
1216 Goloord Bldg Oklahoma Oity, O'kla.
We maintain g corps of export aectutta who apecbiua on
mercantile. laMMfffNotuflng, petite an ice, jBorporatloH. and iMMle
lial aecounttngt gad devt and laetaii tm aoat approved iWHh
da or getting veeulta without ofeivburdeirg the beolckeotMHg de
Iartment with "needlra- Red Itape."
grownupa la Dr. Caldwell'a Jlyrup
Pepetn. It to a 1IihM laxaUve tonlo,
inlai and never grtpea, la affective on
roquet people and can be given with
eafety to an Infant (h 11 drew like tt
beeettse of theae geHtle ctoaltttea and
because It la pleasant to the taate.
It h the beet allaraMUd remedy yoil
can have In the heu for any disor
der of the stomach, liver aud bow eta,
and many people irk Mi-, w .1. wig
iter, AlmA, Oolo., and Wir. Albert P.
On eat, Meaaex, Cole., tlNr would
aa soea be without the neeeaaHtaa aa
without nr. OgldweU'e Syrup Pepetm
Aiu'oe wleklux to nmke a trial of
thla remedy before bityliwc It In the
regular way of a druggist at Mfty centa
or one dollar a large bottle (family
alae) can Have a shimpIh bottin snt
to the home free of change by simply
addreealng Dr. W. 11. Caldwell, te-.
WaahlHgton Ht.. Montieelln, III. Your
name and addreaa en a petl crt
Industry should b conducted with
th particular object of atwarlalnlng
the eslstence of any combination,
conspiracy, trust agreement or con
tract in restraint of eomrnerr.
Manager BroHeon ewpreeaea the
iiope tlmt the Inveatlgatlou Into coin
.teiitKi n.cllKid. which Mecretary
N'aijcl aaya la itndr way, wilt be pr'
eented aa aa imaelbte.
Negetrdlng tit request for a verdict.
Manager llroneun aaya tnay fel that
Rccretary Nagel' crltklem Is un
worthy, that the Indictment men
tioned In the letter ta the praaldent
waa referred to aa a moral Indictment,
and that the verdict asked for 1 of
CITIZENS' TICKET IS
T. J. Molinari Chosen Mayor
by Deoisive Majority; Pro
hibition Question Not an Is
sue in the Campaign.
(Speclnt Corrrspondenca to the Herald)
Portnlos. N. M., April 3. Tho city
uleotlon horo yoatcrday rcatiltcd in
tho olootlnn of tho ontlro CUIzons
ticket by doclglvo mnJo)rltlos. T. J.
iMollnarl, wuh ohosan mayor, his na-
uoclrites on tho tlokot halng lid. Haw
kins, Dudloy Ilnrdy, Don Uirdwoil and
S. A. Morrison.
All tho incjn on tho winning tlokct
aro reprosentativo cltlzeim nnd will
glvo Portaloa a business administra
tion. Although th oso-catlad Prohibi
tion tlckot was clofontod, tho liquor
question waa not nn issue in tho campaign.