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THE fcECORD, KENNA, NEW MEXICO.
REPORT AGRICULTURAL BILL House Committee Favors In crease in Appropriation. Washington, D. C Chairman Lever of the house committee on agriculture has reported to the house the annual Agricultural Appropriation bill. It aggregates $18,947,000,. exclusive of permanent appropriations, an Increase of $900,000 more than last year's total. . The bill Is accompanied by the most comprehensive report , ever submitted by the committee. Many radical changes are proposed In the measure, Including reorganization of the weath er bureau and preparation by the sec retary of agriculture of a plan for re organizing and systematizing the de partment work so as to better co-or dinate Us various activities. ' The bill appropriates $25,000 to en courage and aid in the BEricultiirai development of the government recla mation projects through demonstra Hons and advice to settlers, of whom there are 15,000 families from all parts of the country. MURPHY OUT OF BASE BALL Sells Controlling Interest In Chicaao Club to C, P. Taft of Cincinnati. Chicago, 111. "I started in baseball with a shoestring, and now I am worth more than a million dollars, said Charles V. Murphy, who has Just sold under pressure the controlling In terest in the Chicago National League club. . ' Jlr. Murphy chuckled and then grew serious when he was asked to tell how much .Charles P. Taft gave him for 53 per cent of the stock of the club. ; "I would be violating a confidence to give the exact amount," he replied, "but estimated on the basis of the price I received for my Interest, the .club Is worth more than a million dol lars. A half million or so is a lot of money, but the Cubs are worth It. In the time I ran the club, I believe It was tht most prosperous organization in the league." CANALOPENINGTHIS SUMMER Col. Goethals, Now In Washington, Says Everything. Will Be Ready .By July 1. Washington. The Panama Canal will probably be opened oi July 1, according to estimates of Us builder. Colonel Goethals, who has arrived here to report to President Wilson, Secre tary Garrison and Congress on the waterway. "I have every expectation that It will be ready on that date," Goethala said. "There la no danger that slides will close the waterway, although geo logists tell us that minor slides may be expected when the water rises to Its full level in the canal. "The defenses of the canal are practically completed those on the Atlantic side entirely so. The state ments that the canal is inadequately protected can be flatly denied." TWELVE HURT IN KATYWRECK Limited Train From St. Louis Plows Through Stock Cars at Parsons, Kansas. Parsons, Kas. Ollla Thomas, en gineer, and W. W. Ross, the fireman, were probably fatally Injured and eight passengers and two mall clerks, Harry Garrison and C. K. Parsons, severely injured when the "Katy" Limited from St Louis, plowed through four stock cajs standing on the main line in the Parsons yards. The limited was thirty minutes late and running sixty miles an hour when It struck the stock cars. The loco motive plowed the cars and struck an open switch before It turned over, taking with It the mail car, combina tion coach and baggage car. The chair car, diner and two rear Pull mans remained upright on the bridge. The' Injured passengers were removed to hospitals here. - GRAFTING POLICE TO PRISON former Chief and Detective Con victed of Taking Money From St Paul Dive Keepers. St. Paul. Martin J. Flanagan, St. Paul's former chief of police, and Kred Turner, former city detective, adjudged guilty of bribery In the third degree by a Jury in district court here, have been sentenced by Judge Morrison to not more thnu ten years In the. penitentiary. The convicted men spent last night in the county Jail, the court having refused to per mit them to continue it liberty under bonds. nflpnjmrrn UHOUflnCID FOR u LIVER BOILS No sick headache, biliousness, bad taste or constipation by morning. Get a lo-cent box. Are you keeping your bowels, liver, and stomach clean, pure and fresh with Cascarets, or merely forcing a passageway every few days with Baits, Cathartic Pills, Castor Oil or Purgative Waters? Stop having a bowel waeh-day. Let lascarets thoroughly cleanse and reg ulate the stomach, remove the sour and fermenting food and foul mum. take the excess bile from the liver and carry out of the system all the constipated waste matter and poisons In the bowels. A Cascaret to-night will make you feel great by morning. They work while you sleeD nevnr o-rlnA ulnlron or cause-any Inconvenience, and cost only 10 cents a box from your store. Millions of men and women take a Cascaret now and then and 'nevei have Headache, Biliousness, Coated longue, indigestion, sour Stomach or Constipation. Adv. Bitter Tongue. It was at a concert. The eminent pianist was embarked upon an ambi tious classical program. The Bingle In dividual present who had paid for his ticket turned to his right-hand neigh bor, obviously bv his bored and sune- rlor air a person whose business it was to attend concerts a musical critic. "Beg pardon," said the Individual, "but isn't that something of ChODln's that last number" "It Is," replied the critic morosely, when somebody else plays It" FACE BROKE OUT IN PIMPLES Falls City, Neb. "My trouble beean when I was about sixteen. My face broke out In little nimDles at first. They were red and sore and then be came like little boils. I picked at my lace continually and It made mv face red and sore looking and then I would wake up at night and scratch It. It was a source of continual annoyance to me. as my face was always red and splotched and burned all the me. "I tried . and others. but I could And nothing to cure it. I had been troubled about two vears -before I found Cuticura Soan and Ointment. I sent for a samDle of Cuticura Soap and Ointment and tried mem ana I then bought some. 1 washed my face good with the Cuti cura Soao and hot water at night and then applied the Cuticura Oint ment. In the morning I washed It off wltn the Cuticura Soap and hot water. In two days I noticed a de cided improvement, while In three weeks the cure was comrtete." (Signed) Judd Knowles, Jan. 10, 1913. Cuticura Soan and Ointment sold throughout the world. SamDle of each free, with 32-p. Skin Book. Address nost card "Cuticura, Dept. L, Boston." Adv. Overburdened With Love. 'You must learn to love God more than you do papa or me or anybody in the whole world." Mamma was Instructing, her young son in his Sunday school lesson, which was the Second Commandment. Her son was already In the throes of his first love affair, the object of which was the daughter of the next door neighbor, sprightly little Lucy John son. 'But I don't know God like I do you and papa, and It's hard work to love some one I have never met,"' was the unexpected comeback of little Char ley. "Besides, I love papa so much and you so much and Lucy Johnson so much more than all the rest that I'm JiiBt bursting with love, and I haven't any room left to love God In." Only One "BROMO OUIN1NR" To tret th VHiinln !! TIVB BKOMO UIMNINE. Look for signature oi B. W. OKOVK. Cut.. Cold in On. Lai. 2Sa Declined. They had scrambled through the first dance on the program aud he was leading her back. 'I could die dancing, couldn't your" he asked. "No," she replied. "There are pleasanter ways than being trampled to death." Putnam Fadeless Dyes guarantee satisfaction. Adv. A girl may be satisfied If a man pays her nothing but compliments, but a bill collector Isn't. WAS AHEAD OF HIS TIMES Man Who Introduced the Now Popular Tango Into New York Was Chased From City. "It's great stuff to be a pioneer," says Sweeney. "The best you get Is to bo shot full o( arrows." Meaning that Sweeney brought the turkey trot to New York seven or eight years 'ago. At that time the town was hardly ripe for it. So that Swee ney's dance hall had about all the de fenses of a battleship. One got In by presenting a card which certified that the bearer was a regular member of a club with a nice Indian name. Two or three times the police tried to raid it Then there were battles all over the street while the patrons were slipped to safety by subterranean routes. It was his boast then that he did not pay license to the city or graft to the police. The upper circles used to visit Sweeney's when out slumming. It was a poor night when one failed to bounce .a bottle off some other one's resilient bean. Sweeney himself had a pretty trick of knife throwing. "They closed me like a book," said Sweeney. "Said that the dancing in my place was a little too gritty. Mor alists said that the contiguous wiggle as practiceL-at Sweeney's would Jar the susceptibilities, of a Piute. But 1 give'you my word that if anyone had pulled any of the physical fox passes In my place that you can see in the middle aisle of any restaurant nowa days you could a heard me holler on Ellis island." Well Stuffed. A patient In hospital had been kept on low diet for a couple of weeks, and naturally he longed for a square meal. One morning the doctor found him eo much better that It seemed his ap petite could at last be safely ap peased. "Do you think you could eat a small chicken today, Tim?" asked the doctor. "Faith, an OI could, sor," eagerly responded the patient. "H-lt'a all the same f yez," an swered Tim, "Oi'd lolke f have it Bthuffed with another chicken, sor." Pearson's Weekly. Very Regular. After the sermon on Sunday morn ing the rector welcomed and shook hands with a young German. "Are you a regular communicant?" said the rector. ... "Yes," said the German, "I take the 7:45 every morning." Reliable evidence .3 abundant that women are constantly being restored to health by Lydia E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound m The many testimonial letters that we are continually pub lishing in the newspapers hundreds of them are all genu ine, true and unsolicited expressions of heartfelt gratitude for the freedom from suffering that has come to these women solely through the use of Lydia E. Pinkhain's Vegetable Compound. 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