El Paso Morning Times (El Paso, Tex.), Vol. 34TH YEAR, Ed. 1, Wednesday, January 7, 1914 Page: 2 of 12
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Wednesday. January 7. 1914.
el Paso morning times.
IME-KM.F BOTTLE Of THE
GREAT KIDNEY REIEOT
When I sent for a wimple bottle of
Ha amp-Him t. I wa In great dMriw
day and nlgti mxorl I recelven
aample by mall 1 went to our brat
doctor cand h la wthbJ to none In
thla i. rait) . and told him hnw I frit
lie put me up a bottle of medicine.
I waa about a week taking the men
rtti' but waa no better than when I
began Sri then legan riff sample
bottle and before I gni throuKh with
It I Ml a change The scalding sen-
sation dlil not bother only a few tlmea
In the middle of the da). 1 would not
have believed such a amall quantity
would have done an much but before
It waa gone I learned that our drng-
glet kept In. Kilt'-i Mwanip -Kooi
and an rot a large bottla for nn
dollar but actually worth one hundred
dnllHra. I only took one large table-
e nful three lime a day and before
I had iHkrn one. half bottle I waa
all right and have been elnee. Grate-
UBOftOB s CHAMPlrtK
Aahawav It. I.
Htutr of Ithode lalund. I
I'minty of Washington an.
Personally appearer! Qisa. H. Chain-
plln to ma well Mown and made
oath that thg roregotnl utaliimnt ly
him subscribed la true.
K. n. ai.lkn. Notary Public.
A t o.
What Swamp-HimiI Will
Hend ton ei Ills In lir Kilmer ft f'o.
Klnghiiinton N. V . for a aample sire
bottle. It will OOMVluca anyone. You
will alao 'ecelM' n booklet of valuable
iiifitrmtitloit telling about the kidnuya
and blmlder. When writing be aure
anil mention the Kl Ihiau Morning
Times. HeKiilar fifty -cent and nne-
doHar a(M l"'tllen tor gait at ull drug
atores -i Adv rtlaenient.
from 'Jlnugu tllil not protect lh ap-
proachea to I.. Mule puaa Ih one uf
the surprising features of the war
Irania whlci in being enacted In the
vicinity of ojiuagii.
Owing to thlH failure on Ida purl
to Ink" prceuiilion that ahould liuv
pot orred to any commander even
with much lea experience than he
Iiiih had. It Ih feared by rebel sympa-
thisers that Villa himself may be cap-
lured If be atteinpla to precede Uen-
eral Merrera to the battle Hold. If
tne atataaiantg liruuuht by courier
bewaver that Qebaral biarrora ih not
only through the aaag but ban already
Joined 'irtega. ale trine theae fcara
I 'cili-rnl i l l I .mini raged.
Since their Victory r Monday the
federaln at I'Jin.ik'.i have la-en encour-
aged to believe lb. u I heir ponltlon la
Mnagaallapja and un they huM' plenty
of fui'ii and amtnuaHlon they any
tha nan naidoul until Qanaral iiuer-
la ran n-n.l relief. They xt III lunlal
that (leneral Argumeijo with 4000
men la well oti hla way rwin.TurrMun
and that ha will be through 1 Mula
pan- before the end nl I lie week
compel Villa to send u good portion
of hln ilriny to the puna to hold him
back thtiN dlvtdinK bin force making
It possible f'.i fealN I sally out
front i ijtnaaa and annlhllute him.
The federals rofla) have been buy
hauling couutleaa wagon load of pru-
vlnlona from Presidio to (heir camp
Phone 1001 For
and Prealdlo merehanta have done a
Naaallpo NttmUnsj 'rt Ho Bail.
The amallpog altuatlon la
changed no far aa Presidio la r
cernrd. and It la not spreading
ranldlv among federal aoldlera In
OJInaga an waa at flrat feared thank
to Ihe heroic meaanrra 'aken by the
Military authorities to prevent the
ntiiali.il spreading except in cer
tain dlnltirta wnerc It wan strl'lly
Isolated and where all who had been
expoaed wara concentrated.
( ullta Body Coming.
The Imdy of Major Lota t ullty. who
waa killed In the fight of Monday
morning wan dtalnterred today and
prepared for ahlpment to Kl Paso for
burial by hla friends.
There wan a report 'oere tonight
that ll.nernl Villa bad Come from M
Paao to Marfa. and from Marfa 10
Prenldlo In dlagulae and had allppcd
acrona the river without lielng recog
nlmil The rumor doubt lean haa no
foundation of fact and la given her"
merely nn a aample of the many fool-
ish himofi ibai an- given currency.
JAPAN KM-; DIPLOMAT Ml Kl
4'omea from 4titrag to Iteport on
Comlltlonn In Mc.uk
Hbolohu Hal diplomatic MfaNN
I'tatue of the Japanese got ernmenl.
la here from :hbaKo. III. to Invent
gate rondltlona In Mexico regarding
hln countrymen and their ponaeaalonn.
Ite cut reporta from Mexico regard -ih.
... ........1 if the
Jnpaneaa by congtlttltleualug com-
mandern iiecauae Ol tn ain-geu inn
raaci of 'he fapanaM govarwmanl
Japan to Inatltute Ihe Invent Igui um
I inn nerc merely in nava H'i-i
the affalra of my countrymoniln Mex
ico' nam Mr. Baiw yeaieroay. i
do not know how long I will ha here
or whether I will go to Mexico. I
Intend 1 1 Interview neveral of mv
countrymen who hae Mexican Inter.
em while I utn here
Mr. Paha la ntm.plng at (he Hhel-
l..n W..I..I iilrrfui Hi-ieiHl Jail
aneae bualneaa men of M Pao iiilh-d
i ii him alio uineiiMaea in Jnui"'
problem In Mexico He will remain
at I.I Paao neverio dayn.
DIX.Mt I. MCIIOI S ii:ai.
W. t). W. Mild arpclcr-' I'nioii to
-I -I at I ii i n nil I' aim
Hdgur lee Nlehnla died yeatcriluy
morning ai a: JO o'clock at BtuM
Mlnnourl xtreet. lie waa 4 earn of
nije The funeral will be held today
from Peak'H undertaking aatabllah
mi nt at ;i o'clock
Mr. Mcholn had been III for the
I i rtgl with I ii I" i u IiimIh and wua
unable to leave bin bed for aome
time. lie wan a member of Torulllo
Camp N" woodmatj of tin World
and of the local I iirpcnlera union.
Hoib ordern will nnnlat at the funeral
He in aurvlved by a wife a daughter
and two nonn. the nldoM child laiug
fifteen yearn of age
John Jacob A -lor I'.ntiilc
ew 'ork Jan. 6.- Tbo groan
value of the agtgtv of the late Col.
John Jacob Aator one of the vlcllmn
of thu Titanic dinantcr. la IHD.MV0-
fdJI. according to u report of rtt-gp-praiHcmcnt
Moat of a i t plan are chiinged
by bin wife And while we buUave
that every mun ahuuld have llburlvy
ninny plana of many man ahould tail
Ohangad The dmy after Chrlntmaa wi
alwaya atrive to be chlvalrnua. '
It taken a man aome time fo leurn
that the girl did him u klndnena by
rejecting hln propoaal of marrlago.
Hut he tiaually learnn It If putlent.
(Hualneea of long and continued snort-
ing on the i'ii i t of the gentler aex.)
For the Week
Now Is the Time to Stock Up
on Canned Fruits
"Standard Brand" California Yellow Free Peaches
In 2 1-2 lb. tins. Regular price $1.90 doz.
Price Special .for this week $1.70 Doz.
Pork and Beans
WE WILL SELL
One pound size at Special Price 90c Dos.
Two pound size at Special Price $1 .45 Doz.
Three pound Family Size at Special
Price $2.25 Doz.
Every Can Guaranteed to Please You.
Stock Up Now These Are Bargain Prices.
She is Here at Last
"THE HARPER MYSTERY"
The Moat Famous Film of ta Yarn Tks Ssnsatioti of Two
CoobnanU In 3 Big KaeU at
The ALAMO Today
o DONT MISS IT o
III SlltOt S til KMlIM. WHAT
in i ii . i ii in rrn-:i ktati
"III HH MK IN Ml Ml ii
ARE WILLING TO KEEP OUT
um It Mnal he I'rMlrrntiHNl the ln-
terewtn of TlaHr 'tlrne In Mrnh-n
W ill Un l'1-..t.-. i. .1
nt thi i -(.
W nxhiiigton Jan. g Kreijueat ei
rhangea aa4 eonferen en lietaeea tbe aai-
hnanndora and inlnl-i .1 la Wanhington
are tending to unite them aiiiui a Hue of
raadael regarding Menlen whleb wklle
eoafanafaaj to tde plana of the I tilled
ataten. Inrolvea an iinderatandlag an to
eliHtrarlam the AmtrUan goTirnment aril I
m i KpaUaS ta aaaume aa tfea reault of
noii-lnterferenee hy foreign power".
Ho far thla eomnion ittideridandlng haa
not taken l tie form of dln-t preanure
inn tbe ptjite department la kept lii-
r'uaieil of the expeetntliuiH of tlie Kn
i I -a h poaern- tleneial laforaintlun re-
la tea to tbe protection uf the raat financial
latereat whlrh eltlsena and aiihjeela
I lie puwern h(e In Metleo. na dUpiiMlt Inn
la'lng exiiiiuted of aft Inteatlun to hrlng
In lb polltleal aide of the ueatton. I
fai l more Hum one of Ibe diplomats r
reaea latlrea bare Informed the depnrtmeii
Hint Ida PWfl giireriiiiienl aaa lntereated
In prevenilna luna of large inarerlal In
tereHlM to Ha rlttaena and ta-youd thnt
did nut ear. w lit the t ailed Slalea did
la Mexleo ro long aa H waa InfuruiiHl
what waa ta lie dune ao tbat It might
inkii proper preeaiittoua far tbe prole
Hun of Ihe Urea of Ha . Itlaeua
I in- lied Craag atitborlaed Ibe atate d
liaiiineiit. ilu'iiiigli Vlee I naii I aimi'l'li
ill .N'agaJea Hatiora to draw a eeeund $.vtn
for tin- In relieving deatltullon Id interim
Slnaloa. lr. Menaeudlvck tbe aiunrleni
pkrgtrtan at Vaea will aupervlae He ej
paMltara of tbe funda.
Kraeat r lllrkuell of the Had Trnaa h
ell rente t Laredo Tel. from Houatoo
In Inveatigale the eoudtilotia among Mel
n alek anil wounded MMtara who havi
bark iriuigtit to that point from Nuevu
l.aredn a the Klo liramli'.
10 CENT "CASCARETS"
' IS YOUR LAXATIVE
neat H er and how el rk r
atramaeh regulatia? known.
FOR LT. ARMSTRONG
THIRTKE.VTH -.VAl.lt OFTl
Kllei AM MI'A T(l IXORT
hoi ro i io
VoU-d Alhh'lo liii- or Injuries Ite-
n lveil In I'olo i.aiiie at Waatilngton
I'ark Sunday Fouy In frocnwilon.
A lullllarr funeral atrvlre will be heHd
today fur Ueuteiiaui Eugene V. Arm-
Irnuii. Tlilrlii'iith eiivnlry. at I'eak
Impel in lilt n ry earort will neeoinpauy
be body U9 Ilia I nlun atatlun from
henee It Hill be klilplied to Delaware
for luirlal. Haven Uuupa uf the Thlrteanl.h
aralry A. B. '. V. K 1. and M. aud the
Tblitei-nth eaialry tnuililne gun platoon
no I Ha- Ilfirlntb caTklry hand will ea
. "rl tbe t6df to III" Minion
The aervleea will IH) held at I'eak a
hniiel nt liSS u'clork and will bo (-
teudvd b uffUera aud men uf l.leuUnant
Armnlrnuga regluieut lieueral Moott
CeleM Hurrard (.'ulouol I'arklua and uf
rlcera uf Ibe Klfteentb nud Twelfth mv
ud the Twentieth lufaulry.
acort of bottor will be euuimanded
lt l.laulenant W. Nalll. Tblrteenth cav
alry wbo waa n member of tbe 'lblrieenlh
avulry pulo team witb Lleutauaut Ann
I rung lu tbe rblllpplnea. The team held
he polo tuamplunnhlp of tbe lalandv.
'J'be funeral pruieaalou will he beadeil
if Ihe I'm "in Hi eavalry hand. The body
will he carried on a ralaaun. and tbe eaa-
ket will be draped with an Atuerlcuu flug.
l'in te He la froeeaalon.
I kg poll puny whii ii Uautaagat Arm-
Hunu rude wlien be met with the uci-
SMI Hunday which reaulted In hi- death
III fnllow tbe calaauu hearing tbe cnaaet.
The puny will he anildlud wilb tioota re-
eraed 111 tbe atlrrupa. Troup I) Tblr-
eenth cavalry commanded by Captalu
I.lilucutt of whhii Lieutenant Arm-
tragfl wai una of Hie cuntiuandera will
fulloH tlie calaenn with the renuiluder uf
lidrleeuth eavuiry uud msi biuv gun
pnllbearera will be Lieutenant
rd C. Tgtum Thirteenth cavalry ;
Lieutenant Otuty Place Lieutenant Jamea
It. Hill. I.leuleuaut Kugene A. I."lmuin.
Lieutenant John M. TtU'luliaon nnd l.i. u
tenant Jinn h 1'. Vancy of tbe Thirteenth
Ileuiennnt Arinatruiig died nt 1 o'clock
yealarday morning at run Bliaa boapltal
Irai-turad akull which he aualnlncl
lu a polo game at Wnahtngtou park Hun-
lay afternoon when he cuMided witb
l.leulenaut Alexander Hurtea. Klfteeiilh
valry. He nerer revalued ronarlona-
eaa. A conaultatlon af army and civilian
inrgeuaa waa bald after tbe accident aud
t waa fun ml tbat nothing could ir gooa
to aave hi life. l waa found thai tbero
re aeveral lilu'd data on tbe Main be-
lev a fracture at tbe baae of the akull
Lieutenant Ariuatrnug waa one of the
beat atbletea In the Tutted Htatea army.
lie waa cuualdered Hie rhaiupluu nolo
player of the araiy and waa captain of
tbe Thirteenth cavalry tram which won
Ibe aouthweateru polo champloni-hlp in
the t . innnm nt at Kl Taao laat fall. He
raa nlao a baoeball and fuuthall player
nd pluyed uu the Wrat I'uint 'varalty
teama while be waa a cadet.
Ill u 1 l'euuiaula In lawj.
He waa graduated from Weal I'olut Mill
tary academy lu IVut aud ua aaalgued
to the i'hl no nib cavalry ia a around
lieutenant. In 1011 be waa promoted tu
u flrat lieu te i uic) aad at the time uf bla
lentil waa nreiiariuir In lake eiamlaallaaa
fm ii.uuHn ta a kSiptalnty.
II la aurvtved by all pareuli Hr. md
lira. K. t. Araiatruag wbo reilde at
Coaeber'i Bridge. In and a brother
Armaitmig nuu reataea in new
The entire military la bl Paao la la
mourning over Ibe death of Lieu truant
irmatruug Hoelai artalra bleb war
iu be held tt.ia vraek by uflk-era ita-
t loned here have been canceled.
Maaawaea Kaprraa ayaaathy.
Meaaaaea from in) men all uver the
country wen re. -el vad bare yaatirday coa
nylng ayaipalby to Ike loral otTlcera.
Amuug the maaaafei received waa one
lu tlrneral Hpglt C tkoll eowutander at
LI I'aau. from Major lieueral logard
U'uud. ebirf ' ataff of the Tailed Blalee
raty ll aaio
"Hleaoe aapraaa my lorrvw aad syui
pni in "mi Ike dratb of I.lauteuaut Arm
atroug to bla family and coairadea lu the
Thirteenth .Hairy. He waa aucb a aulr
lied and a Uvi ofSVer that be will loag
he rruiriuliend Ii tar aerrtre.
"I'blvf of m.i:
raa body ill be lllluped luulghi o
t "... Ui . Brldga ou t tbe Kl I'aau A
Hit a )0-eent box.
Put airlde Juet nnee he Malta.
I'liii. Caator oil or I'urcatlve Water
whlrh merely force a paaaageway
through the bowela hut do not thor-
oughly cleanae freahen and purify
thew drainage organ a. and have no
effect whatever upon the liver and
Keep your "Inaldea" pur and freeh
with t'aacareta whlrh thoroughly
lieiinae the etomach remove the tin-
dlgeated nour food and foul gaeea
take the egceaa bile from the liver
and carry out of the ryatem all the
hi I '' matter find polaona
In the bowela.
A Caarnret tonight will make you
feel great by morning. They work
while you eleep never gripe alcken
nnd coat only 10 cent a box from
your drugglat. Million of men nnd
women take a Caacaret now and then
nnd never have Headache Hlllbuaneaa.
ited Tongue Indlgeatlon Hour
Htomach or Conatlpated Bowela r"aa-
careta belong In every houaehold.
i.'hlldren Juat love to take them.
Aka Control for New York
(Continued from t'aga I.)
would nut go to It for thla purpoae
becauee It would lie contrary to hu-
man nnture for the great banker of
New York to have drallnga with un ln-
atltutlon uf leaaer alae
l"aychlc llielm- fuiior-.
"In bualneaa there nre paychlc fac-
tor ao old nnd an Ingrained In the
human mind that no ayatcm created
by law can act them nalde. If the
pcraonal ainbltlona of tneniber banka
in overahuduw the reaerve bank b
no! etu i ed by the i omriiundlng alze
of the reaerve bank many of the old
dlaeaaea will not be cured.
"One of the moat Important OOtUld-
erattona In thla eonnectloii la capital
atitngtli. l''or that reaaon I favor u
New York dlalrlct which would In-
clude a large aectb'n of the north -eaat
taking In perhapa New Knglanil.
N. w York and New Jorecy. Such a
regional bunk with a aubacrlla d Cap-
Ital of over $40000001) would ovcr-
lop gtnan the Inrgeat bunk In New
York nnd would have aufflcient In-
fluence to pre-empt the ponltlon In the
bunking community Intended for It."
Country Hunk IjOw.
l.ewla T. Clarke pnaldcnt of the
American Kxehange Hank of New-
York ald tho country bunka would
loae money by Joining I ho new Byatem
beoauaa :i praaonl Qiaj are enabled
lo keep part of their reserve on de-
posit wth other bank where they
"We can't aec that." Secretary Mo-
Adii.i inn rpoaed. "Would it lurprtae
yon lo know that the BOUtttr) banka
are coming in vary rapidly'.'"
"I auppone Ihey wnnt to be on the
bandwagon." aald Mr. Clarke.
He advocated the creation of a Inrgc
banji here becauee New York ha al
waya beau looked to u the rinaiu lai
reenter of tho United StuAea not only
by tlie fi nialpdi r of thefcoiirttry lo
by Europe. Ho aiiggeatea tnat omer
regional bank be etablthed in Waah.
ington or ltlchmond Atlanta Chicago
Kunau Cily or Bt. IaiuIf Omaha or
Denver San Krunclaco and New Or-
lean or llouaton.
"Have you any doubt" aeked Bec-
rctiiry McAdoo "that It will be poa-
alble to find five capable and thor-
oughly patriotic men to nerve on the
"I think Prealdent WlUon will make
an eurnert effort to do ao and thRt
he will be able to find the men." aald
WILL NOT BE CLOSED
Mate tkfparlroeni HTr4ala at Waatt-
loair.o V nt HHcei O'Mtiangh-
aa-aay WIN Be nwauVql
nt Ike t mi - Treii
Wnibltigluo. Jaa. S. Hlate department
affletala do not credit reporta that Charge
O'MhaAgbBeitay la to be recalled frmn
Mexlen City. AHboegh aw-retary Bryan
la anient aad ether erftrlal here have
not learned Ih eancinalona reevbed at
Ihe eoliferrner lie! ween Prealdent Wlitma
and John Llnd al Paaa i hrlatlaa Mlaa..
It w pointed oat today tbat Mr.
O'Xhanghneaay hni bad Ihe tadnraeaaent
ef Ihe diartineat Ihrouch'ml Ihe trying
petioda daring whleb ha ha heea bead
of the American eiuhaaay la tbe Mexican
It la believed lure that the embaany
in Mama I'ltj will nol le cloerd. Ile-
aplte ibe baoUh-ap aedet which are
t'KliHngbiie.- ban been working be haa
ae"tnilli"l mii'li In behalf of Amerl
can and other foreign Intereat In Mexico
I'alitalu llrit'l-l'itiv un Ibe vorktown re
ported today tliat unreal continued In
Knoenada. nn tii" VYeat Coavt "f Mexico
Hear Admiral i en lea. on the emlaer Pitta
hargb reported begV fighting at Marat
Ian but gavn no lltdlcatta of tl nl
ei.tiie bt the riKhilng The eruloer Ba
lelgh haa left Maxntlan for 1'opotohaaipo.
A helping Hand" Extended to the
Middle Aged Woman
THERE eome a tlma la every troman't
1 ltf rhr her nmtiitim unoVrgtM an
1 .a.-a Thla la critical
'"IXZj V. . at tlma avksMi Mmti. ne)r)
L ZaW I frtl ataaul aMnarill aFn WMIP AW II
Mk yon boold anticipaU tUi turning point.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
Boat foa. rnrrfu! drtvar.
i Advertlaemant I
Raat auroa :. refill driTiri
( Advc rtlaenient.)
vr ii ii v..H wn nee doz 6 Be. re
ceived dally. Overland Market. (Ad-
vet liaenietlt. )
Phone 877 for a Tnxk-ab. Adv.
M.W BILL AT I III WltlWAM.
An entirely new bill will be ahown
at the Wlgwani today a "Chi ckera."
which waa to have been run again
today haa been called UttO Uullua.
"Thu Subterranean t.'lty" a remark-
able two reel Kuropean feature and
"Autumn Love" an Kaaunay romance
will ci.inprtae the program. "The
Hubterruneun t'lty" I In two reel und
it haa tho wlaeat one in the bualneaa
gueaalng where and how it waa mude.
The conaeuaua of opinion ia mat tne
long-inn leu city Of Herculaneum wua
Invaded lo furnish a beautiful and
plctureaque setting for thla latest
thriller. The hackcrounda in moat of
the see in -a are almost n wr-lnsplrlng in
their grandeur and the risks taken by
the two leading chaructera are almoat
uiiliellevable. It doe not eem poa-
a'ble that a human being could un-
Aran what "Arisuua UIll" aeaius to
endure and still live and one 1 forced
te believe after baving seen tne pic-
ture thul he ha witnessed the work
of some maatar of the camera or the
dark room and not real action.
There will be three reel in today's
ptogram. The admlaalon will he 10
centa for adults und fho cents for
children. ( Advert laemenl. )
AT I II I BUOV TODAY.
"Th Kalthleaa Krlend" a two-
chupler l'alhe plu will be seen al The
BIJou today. Thla stirring drama full
of action and Interest will appeal to
everyone and you ahould see it. us The
HIJou ahow only th beat every day.
You will not make u mistake in at-
Thursday- John Bunny and Flora
finch In a g""d comedy entitled "The
Olrl at the Lunoh I'ounter." will be
on th bill. (Advertisement.)
"The Carpetbagger" drew another
large houae to the Crawford laat
night The company wus exception
ally well balanced in every respect.
the Interpretation of cacti character
bring portrayed cleverly in every ue-
lall. Mr Armatrung. lu the title role
haa undoubtedly won a place In toe
heart of thealergoera aa he waa
warmly applauded al each appear-
alio laat night. Mia May Zuck. In
the role of Mr Kalrburo. portrayed
her part with great Intenaiiy and
f r4th yard as- per do tjlc. re-
. ci.rd dally. Uverlaud Market .Ad
m i llaeiiitul
A boy long for the time when he
can ahiive and a man regret the fact
that he haa to or Join the Amalga-
mated Alfalfa uaaoclatlon. And there
Is about that difference In anticipa-
tion and realisation along other lines.
Many rah young men ore anxious to
get married. Hnort for women.
We have not left town nor evea
gone out of bualneaa as some of our
uniiietitora would like lo convince
our friends but simply moved fo
10K Tcx street whero you will be
told the truth and served promptly
II I 'ii mo Optical Company Inc.
Optli'inna to the KoutlivTONt.
As wc tango to press these seem
1 1 1 1 1 atapoaltlon on the part of the
new dunce to g. i back to the un-
speukable place where they orlgl-Ittited.
Information Freely Given
(Continued from Page 1.)
eating field for Inquiry in the Kewee-
naw county aituntion. Normally the
three big mlnea there employ some
2000 men and he wus told that 9u
per cent of tho population lu tne Mo-
hawk Alloue and Ahmeek locations
were member of the Western Fed-
eration of Minora. Troops were Bent
Into the county last summer and a
company la still on duty there.
The guvernor learned that in both
counties about sixty former militia-
men ure employed as mounted po-
lice. He expressed the opinion that
tbelr retention was a mistake. He
aid heroaftcr the stuto will return
national guardsmen to their homes
after their tour of duty nave ex-
"What they do after they get back
from Where they aturted from of
course la their own affair" said the
Uu. I Hour With (ioYcmnr.
Officials of Keweenaw county gpent
Th la t eat ia med
ical science is
contained ia Dr.
tonic for women who are about to experience "tha
turn of life." It ia helpful in tha equalisation tyf
tha circulation of the Wood and in refrulaung- tha
action of the bowela Nenrouanea andlowipiriUdia-
apyear. Happinea and contentmenttake their place.
Mat a fasWef ar AWaitf iWm ft MtMeine
DUrt or mf SO cent far ttampir box
a bad hobr with the governor. The
Htnte executive drew out that Sheriff
John B. Ileptlng nnd Jamea A. Ham
llton prosecuting attorney had not
alwaya been in narmony tne proaecu-
tur stating that he never had been
consulted on any strike matter and
that no cane arising from arrest had
been called to hla attention. Wesley
Clark chairman of the board of su-
pervisors. Indicated that the board
and the sheriff had dlaasreed and
when the question of withdrawing the
company of state troops waa
broached said that the soldiers should
be kept in the country until after the
strike la ended. The governor also
drew from the prosecutor the fact
that the latter had made application
for membership in the Western Fed-
eration of Miners and paid S3 to that
organisation. The official said he
never had Joined and did not consler
himself a member. He refused
make public hi reasons for sending
In hie application.
Mar Send Troops Homo.
The atate executive also brought
out that after January 12 the troops
might be sent home. Russell Smith
superintendent of the Ahmeek and a
member of the county board thought
they could cope with the situation
after that time.
Sheriff Ileptlng admitted no very
thorough search waa made for weap-
ons and dynamite in his Jurisdiction.
Kvery honse almost contained a shot-
gun or rifle because of the good
hunting In that section he said. Dy-
namite waa not found In any of his
As a basis of further consideration
of the strike situation in the north-
ern dlHtrict. the governor obtained
these figures today:
Nor- Pres- Ira-
mal ent ported
Mine force force. men.
Mohawk 900 167 None
Ahmeek 830 290 107
Allouex 3E0 160 52
Wolverine 500 141 None
North Kearsurge. 450 136 None
Smith Kearsurge.. 26 2Z0 60
While the governor met no repre-
ntative of the Western Federation
of Miners today he made an appoint
ment for an Interview with o. N. Hil-
ton Claude O. Taylor and James
Roach for tomorrow. These man
probably will be followed by delega-
tions from local unions.
Best sutos careful driven Pbooi 510.
(Continued from Page One.)
ants' counsel that the United Stales
had ho Jurisdiction in the charges al-
leged waa disallowed.
Counsel for the labor officials heard
the decision with keen disappoint-
ment. E. N. Zoline of the attorneys
for the petitioners however stated
that he had already prepared briefs
on three important points which had
been overlooked In the first appeal.
Attorney Make No Comment.
By th aiieolaCed Preai
Indianapolis Ind. Jan. 6. Frank
C. Dalley. the United Mutes district
attorney who succeeded Charles W.
Miller prosecutor of the dynamite
conspiracy would make no comment
on the ruling in the appeals of the
men under conviction of the United
States district court of appeals at
Chicago until he had an opportunity
to read the court' opinion.
"The usual procedure will be fol-
lowed in the cases at those whose
appeals were sustained and new trial
ordered" Mr. Dalley said "as soon
as the mandate of the court certify-
ing that the appeals have been re-
ceived the cases will be placed on the
Mr. Dalley said the appellants who
were unsuccessful would have thirty
day In which to file petitions for a
rehearing. If the rehearing is denied
the only course open tot to petition
the l'n It . ii States supreme court.
Otherwise the men will have to re-
turn to prison.
In Federal Penitentiary.
By the iitociated Pren
Leavenworth Kas Jan. 6. Six of
the men convicted in Indianapolis of
conspiracy to transport dynamite Il-
legally are In the federal peniten-
tiary here. The entire group of con-
victed men were brought to tbe pris-
on New Year day. 1913. All but six
were released on appeal bond. Tha
six men In prison arc:
Herbert 8. Hockln Detroit former-
ly secretary of the Iron Workers'
union; John T. Butler Buffalo; P.
A. Cooley New Orleans; Frank C.
Webb New York: M. J. Cunnane
Philadelphia and Murray L. Pennell
. Phone 1001 For
11 For the Shrewd Shoppers s
Hfl f To Prove the Great Value Cfe'ed in Th" ' '
Genuine Clean Up Sale
On all New Furniture. Today only we offer all Ladies'
Desks and Music Cabinets less than cost rather than carry
them over the summer.
$18.00 Cabinets and Desks for $9.00
$12.00 Cabinets and Desks for $6.00
Good Box Chairs Leather Seat $1.87
Sohd Oak Rockers $2.65
$2.50 Center Table 24 top $1.67
$12.50 9x12 Rugs $8.67
I $16.00 Brass Bed $8.75
$3U.UU Maple Uresaers w.w
Dressing Tables for $16.00
Many good things too numerous to mention. If you need
Furniture now or in the near future it will pay you to
visit this sale and make your selections.
MAKE YOUR DEPOSIT NOW AND PAY
BALANCE WHEN DELIVERED
All Prices Are Marked in Plain Figures. Come Early Today
and Make Your Selection.
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