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EL PASO HERALE
Monday, April 29, 1912
Married Life the Third Year
Warren Leaves Some Papers In the Suit
He Sends to Be Pressed.
By Mabel Herbert Urner-
HEY had grot up la to that board before the door was the usual
morning, and eversjtnlnn; seemed ; sign oft
Warren waa more I g "P0"0 ana prej "T
rsau .......... ............ . .v
to go wrong.
irritable than he had been since
return from the west.
In raisins a blind it had slipped
from his hand and flow up around tbe
i oiler. And -when he tried to jerk it
down, the roller came. too. bringing
with it a lot of dost. Fortunately
Helen was in another room and did not
har his emphatic comments.
Then it did not add to his amiability
to have a ann string break as he hur
riedly laced up his shoes. And whea
be -started to put on a collar and found
it rough and frayed on the edge wit
a rasping oath he tore it across and
threw it on the floor.
"Trow many tttnes haTe I told you not
to put any frayed collars in this
drawer?" he demanded as Helen came
"Oh, did you find a frayed one? I
thought I went over them all before
they were put away."
"Well." -the time to go over them la
before you send them to the laundry.
"U hat's the use to pay two and one-half
cents to have a collar laundered and
then tear it up? Now here." hurriedly
going through the pockets of a suit
and throwing- it on a chair, "this is to
be pressed. I'll stop by the tailor's on
my way to the car. And that light
gray overcoat needs pressing you'd
Letter give him that."
When he hurried away after a hasty
breakfast. Helen waa conscious things
1 ad cone worse than on any morning
Kii,-e his return. She felt guiltily at J
fault about the collar, sne Knew notn
lne irritated him more than to get
one that was frayed.
Always Helen had striven to have his
clothes in order. Bven though she had
to neglect her own and Winifred's, she
l'ever put his laundry away without
first seeing that there were no torn
buttonholes and no buttons off. At
least that cause for irritation she could
It was just 12 when the phone rang.
It was Warren and his ' voice Was
plainly hurried and anxious.
"Has tbe man come for that salt
"Why, yes, dear,' wonderlngly.
"How long ago?"
"Why, about Oh, soon after you
"Might have known it just my luck.
Left a bill book with some papers and
about $20 in that coat."
"Oh!" Helen gasped In dismay.
"Now you get on your things and go
down there as quick as you can. Say
iou made a mistake that you sent
the wrong suit Get It back before he
presses it if he's not already done it.
And call me up as soon .as yoa got
It took Helen only a few moments
to put on her bat and slip on a long
coat over her house gown. She al
most ran the two blocks to the dingy
little tailoring shop. On an "A" shaped
VALLEY REALTY IS f
IN GREATER DEMAND ;
Prospect of the Iiiterufban
Causes Many to Look
Inside was an unpleasant odor ofi
damp cloth. The tailor, a small swar
thy foreigner, was pressing a pair of
pants from which a faint steam arose
as he dampened them with a sponge.
"Oh. I I made a mistake. ' I gave
you the wrong suit this morning. Sou
you haven't pressed it yet?"
"There 'tis, ma'am," nodding to a
row of suits that hung behind him. All
done. Want to take now?"
As he took it down Helen stopped
forward and felt the coat but there
was nothing in it.
Tfce Blllfeeek Gene.
And this man hnh It's a cinch! I had
him sized up before I'd been in that Ysleta. Texas, April 2S. There is
shop two minute. He'll hand over much activity in valley real estate
that billhook in the morning don't , since there is prospect of an interur
you lose any sleep about that.'' ban lino. Every day auto loads of men
- Late that evening a Helen folded ' from El Paso are down looking over
ur cue nuiiMiiE w .. . tanas,
the bed clothes for the night, she hap
pened to move back the chair on which
Warren had thrown his suit that morn
ing. And there on the floor was the
"Oh, Warren. Warren, Joyously, as
On the evening of the meeting of the
lnterurban boosters the string of auto
mobiles extended two blocks down the
center of the town.
Superintendent Rainer, of the county
schools, paid a visit to ine xsiera ,
'Try this tonight!
lL JS?2. t. I ool and expresses himself gratified
.tint tnere was
He turned sharply.
no answerttur iov In hits face.
"Where did you find it?" he de
manded. "Under the chair on which you laid
the suit this morning.
thins; In his' pocket. Did you find It?" i , "Suppose It never occurred to you
The man shook his head. Nothing to look--there before?" sarcastically.
Xa. but Mr. Curtis yas auito sure
that he left a billbook."
"Nothing in pockets," stolidly, as he
clumsily wrapped the suit in a news
paper. Not knowing what else to do, Helen
took the awkward bundle and hurried
borne. There she searched every pock
et, but they were empty except for a
subway ticket and a tobacco stamp.
Then she called up Warren.
"Thought so,"' when she told him.
"I'll see him on the wav homo. Tfo'11
find he can't get away with this as
easy as he tninks.
But w arren.
or sen-conscious. ie seemed very
"Oh. he's shrewd enough to hood
vlnk you. Tou didn't think he'd give
himself away, did you?"
"But. dear, are you sure you left It
in that coat? Have you looked every
"Of course I'm sure.
always forgetting where you out things
don't think I am. I'll settle with that
It was almost six when he came
home. In a glance Helen saw that he
had not recovered the billbook.
"Did you go to the tailor's?" she
She knew Warren always hated to
be questioned, that be always wanted
to wait and tell things at his own
time. But now she could not refrain
"What did he say. dear?"
"What did he say?" irritably. "Said
there was nothing in the pockets, of
course. But he looked guilty as the
devil. He'll find he can't put across
any monkey business with me. I told
him if he didn't hand over that bill
book by nine o'olock tomorrow morn
ing I'd have an officer there. And by
George I will!"
"But dear." hesitatingly. "I don't
think he looked guilty."'
"Huh. what do you know about It?
jae coma tool you without half trying.
Warren, you said you were
sure " And then, as she saw the
gathering scowl on his face, she
She had lived with Warren long
enough to know that one of the things
that made him most furious was to be
proved in the wrong- And she real
ised now, as she stood there with tbe
billbook in her hand, that he would
rather have loot -It than to have her
find it in this wajr.
In a flash she thought of all the
things he had said, of his assurance of
its oeing in his pocaet, ana 01 nis post
over its conaiuon. i
crop conaitions nave never iwcu
more favorable than at present.. There
is absolutely no unrest felt in this val
ley on account of border troubles and
farmers are working more persistently
and putting in larger crops than ever
Mrs. E. S. White was the hostess of
the Thimble club, at her home. White
lodge. The living room, where the
guests were received, was tastefully
decorated with pink and white carna
tions and ferns. Refreshments of ice
cream, crushed strawberries and cake
were served. Selections on the victrola
were played throughout the reception J
hours. Mrs. White was asstsiea in
receiving by her sister. Mrs. McDonald.
Tbe guest list included: Mesdames G.
W. Huffman, C. M. Smith. Geo. Spencer.
D. Duncan. J. W. B. Robinson, Robert
i Cole A. I Peterman, B. A. Oden. w.
a." tice repeated assertions that the tailor i D. Lansden and Miss Elisabeth Glenn,
be didn't look guilty J d looked guilty. But for the sake of DaUas. The next meeting of the
v,i rcit: any jau wont. u.... ''"" club will be with jars. a. A. uoen,
ne waa not tziinfung ui men luiii&b.
Even the-secret realisation of his own
cocksureness when he had been wrong
always irritated him.
Not the Only Time.
And this was not the only time Helen
had found lt'expeaietft to smooth things
over in' this way. Over and over again
there had eotne un Incidents in which
she had to. pretend that he had not
been wrong even when the facts were
BELEN SCHOOLS TO
CLOSE ON MAY 17
Belen, N. M-, April 29. The board of
education of Belen has determined to
close the public, schools of the city
on May 17. With the announcement
havj, MivnA th tiaiMl nrnflmttmia for
tbv wKLnow' ' closing. Arrangements are being
maae lor tne rinai Mraiuiit. &uu
Most men. when they have been so
positive, bate to admit that they were
wrong but, Warren, never admitted it.
And it always threw-him into a rage
if any one triad to prove him wrong or
even let him know that they thought
he was wbaever the facts might be.
And now Helen. with quick taot said
"Well, dear. yu were right; the
billbook was in your coat pocket and
it must have fallen out when I went
to give It to the tailor."
His positive assertions of the tailor's
guilt she could only Ignore, but she
went on lightly as thoagh she had en
tirely forgotten It.
"It was so stupid of me not to see
that today. And Delia swept in here,
too that proves she never moves
things. You know, dear, in some ways
Delia is getting very careless. If she
doesn't do better I shall have to speak
to her. bbe really must dust more
He put up a pretty good bluff with I carefully than she has in the last few
me. but I could see through him all weeks."
IJfa teI1 WB- a man's And so Helen tactfully averted the
guilty. Never been wrong on that yet I threatened storm.
Some Humorous Things About Marriage
By VIRGIlfIA TERHTJNE VAN de WATER.
r-j-i HERE are about matrimony many t the divorce
I amuslns: things, seen onlv bx He nas another situation at the same
fashion so popular now.
aw ' - t ..... - , , I .
.!. i. m. . r i " J unure. ana sne uss nau a
i... ..v, ,c :. , Taiae." But he ja, of -my-apart-humor
that will enable them to per- j tnent'' and of what he does with his In
ceive a joke on themselves, and the j come. Tee, it is funny!
keen vision that will not let them I Another very amusinsr feature with
look past things as they seem to be regard to matrimony is that each
the remaining school days will
The class which will graduate from
the high school department this year
will be somewhat larger than usual.
The enrolment in all of tbe grades nets
been considerably in excess of former
A very pleasant sociable .was given
by the Woman's Aid society of the
Lutheran church on Wednesday even
ing, after which the women served
light refreshments, consisting of sand
wiches, coffee and doughorts.
A "five hundred" party was given at
the 'home of Mrs. George Hoffman on
Friday afternoon. Mrs. Hoffman and
Mrs. Hurford being the hostesses.
All 'of the minor details of construc
tion have been completed at the new
Santa Fe reading room and club house
in Belen, and as a result .the employes
of that road who make Belen their
headquarters or run into Belen, are
enjoying the new privilege thus afford
ed them to the fullest extent
RECEIVER NAMED FOR
Pecos, Texas, April 29. In tha
Reeves county district court, J. C.
Love was appointed receiver for the
to thines as tbev are.
One feature that la. mnfverzallv ac
knowledged to be funny Is the part feel that love will last right on for- I enough as they are
dressing herself uand the children. K
She Is Wise he will not let him uv
her smile, nor will she say anything in j
; huic wi uirciiiiijr nis eyes, &ae win
not even remind him that he 1 aun-
ja .. .. . . . I . . a, "., ., m
jwsea to proviae lor ner and nis sons toyan vaiiey irrigation rompany. ine
and daughters, and that as he fails to I action for receiver was decided upon to
do this, she surely has a right to protect the physical property tempora
clothe herself and her offspring as ' rily. The receivership will not affect
I auc piewem. mere are some tnings the water rights or users,
that a woman cannot sav to a mnn juid !
still II. e in any semblance of peace
' with him. and there are some things
j she has no right to say. If a husband
i cannot support his family, it would be
. cruel to remind him of the fact and
ir ne win not support them, the re
of the marriage service in which tn ; ever, no matter how much it is abused,
t ride is heard promising to "obey" the ( beaten or starved. That is the atti
groom. She won't do it, of course, so ' tude of married couples and their
why make her perjure herself? And i friends until a rupture comes and they
-why should she? Is not marriage at and those who know them are made
party to the contract which Is the re- mnder would but incur his enmity.
suit of a marriage for love seems to ! "some features of marriage are amusing
bout adding to
But that point has been discussed so
much lately that -we can let it pass.
Still there are other amusing phases
relative to the conjugal estate.
"With all my worldly goods I thee
endow'" declared a bridegroom with
much unction at a wedding I attended.
I have a fair control of my features.
so I did not smile. But I knew the
.girl a pretty little stenographer who
had been engaged to this fellow since
she and he had left school. They had
I aware that if they ever did love each
otner they stopped doing so long ago.
The little god has a way of starving
to death when be is not fed. or of
freezing to death when he is left out
In the cold. Sometimes he is stifled
for lack of air. not strangled suddenly,
so that he cries out and calls atten
tion to his sufferings, but is slowly
asphyxiated and dies without a strug
gle. And the people who have killed
him sso on their indifferent way.
arm anotner humorous thing about
TO BETRIED FOR
MURDER OF A GIRL
waited for some years, hoping that j marriage Is that no matter how much
Henry would "get a job" that would j some -couples quarrel and disagree.
warrant their marrying. But he didnt
He was a rolling stone and went from
one situation to another. retaining
none. So, at last when he obtained a
Job at J a week, and euggeated that
the girl and he marry she to keep
on with her -work as stenographer and
typewriter it was a virtual proposal
tliat they marry and let her support
them both. Some girls are foolish
when they are in love, so she agreed.
I happened to know that It was her
money that bought the wedding ring:
Yet "With all my worldly goods I
thee endow!" he repeated with as much
fervor as if he were a millionaire and
she king Cophetua's beggar maid. He
owned his own clothes, having pur
chased them himself, but his wife
could not wear those!
they call each other affectionate names.
"Dear, you are nnpardonablv careless"
exclaims the husband. Or "Darling, for
heaven's sake do stop talking long
enough to give me a chance!" Or
Tiweetneart" pleadingly, "don't make
the irony of the situation bi quarreling
with the man to whom one is bound
by church and state.
Marriage is either comnarativelv
''Ppy or actually miserable. There is 1
-j meaium, even though we talk as if
mere were. one is happy, let one
thank heaven and make the most of
her good fortune: but if one Is unhap
py, an appreciation of the ridiculous
phases of the condition may become a
COBOOTTEE ACTS ON
C. C. Henry Is Eudorsed for
the Fort Sumner
Santa Fe. X. M. AnHI SB Tin. T?-
gera0ted?OUPethap. bit oy"a i " st . committee ha.
little. Have we not all seen a look
of animosity in the eyes of husbands
and wives who have,- nevertheless, got
so into the habit of addressing
each other by pet-names that they keep
up the custom even in their quarrels?
Surely It is a custom that Is more hon
ored in the breach than in tbe obser
vance. If She Is Wise.
If the self-supporting wife r a
stingy man has humor she will "raUle
to herself when her husband reproves
They are still married, in spite of her for extravagance in her manner of
Laying Out To-morrow's Work
By BYROH H. STATJFFER.
T -was 8 o'clock, and the factory I was still a silent listener, and
workers, were trooping' past the
time register, each employe pushing
a button recording to tbe minute his
hours of work that day.
This mechanical exactness, this con--vict-like
numbering of men. this lock
step march past the clock, was Just be
ginning to arouse whatever socialistic
tendencies were -within me, whea my
friend the foreman, after waiting till
the last man was beyond bearing, re-
marKea: i expect a e truce tomorro
for shorter hours." '
I felt like telling him that I
thized with the men, that IjwJln't
work where I had to pusMfv button.
and that I hoped they w"W strike and
But instead. I listened to his rea
sons why he thought the hours were
short enough and the wages high
enough. When we reached the corner
where our paths homeward separated
endorsed for receiver at the federal
land office at Fort Sumner. C. C. Henry
to succeed A. E. Carre. It has en
dorsed for reappointment all the
postmasters in Rio Arriba county and
also in Sandoval county, except at La
Jara and Cdba, and In Chaves county
except at Kenna.
The presidents of New Mexico's edu
cational institutions met with i!ie fi
nance committees of both houses and
presented their demands fur the com
ing year. - These total $398,758.60, not
including tbe new normal school to be
After meeting with both committees
on railroads of the house and the sen
ate, railroad representatives made ar
rangements for another meeting on
May 9, at which all of the railroads
will have representatives to oppose
the proposed three cent fare law and
also the bill compelling railroads to
keep agents and telegraph operators at
Federal Judge William H. PoDehas
appointed Edward Hunt, of Cuebro, A.
G. Seis, of I si eta, and Pablo Abeits, of
isleta a commission to condemn and
appraise certain lands In the pueblo
Oi Laguna needed for school purposes.
"I Never Closed My
Eyes Last Night"
How often have you
been forced to say
these very words. You
evidently have never
which gently regulate
your system and stir
your liver to action.
Sugar coated or plain
at your druggist.
skeptic as well.
"Will you be at the church concert
tonight?"' I asked in parting.
"No. I shall not be able to come."
answered the foreman quietly. "I must
go back to the factory after sapper
and lay out tomorrow's -work.'
The bold face of the last five words
are not used to Indicate any particular
emphasic of the speaker, but to give
you some faint Idea of the force with
which the announcement collided with
vious line or tnour-
iSMkSdVlOfee'fllV norrnr ftr th.
me recorder. Even the numbering I
system didn't anDear oulte n h.n I
This man. who, I had noticed, did not
need to push a button on leaving, had
to go back to work, while his men
could spend the evening with their
families. The executive duties could
not be measured by the bock. On the
foreman's sacrifice of pleasure that
night depended the work of a hundred
men next day.
I am making no comparisons. I am
not speaking for the employer against
the employe. I am not making a point
against labor's demands. I merely
hold before your view that foreman
back to lay out tomorrow's work.
e clock did not record that extra
time; very likely the men never gave
it a thought
Indeed, the world over we are too
apt to forget the man who is laying
out tomorrow's work. He may be a
foreman, he may be a promoter, he
mty be a farmer, he may be a captain
of industry. Perhaps it is next year's
Work he Is laying out
In catting out a garment, in writing
a book. In designing a building, in
planning a railroad line. In organizing
f business, in creating a new commod
ity, in inventing a device, these fore
men are laying out the work of the i health.
do iterir.K -fff "51 could noli TJ"e fact that a slight addition to the
do it for themselves. The many are orthodox treatment with which it i
oFu"llUi,PPtd a" wti, tfle feW "r5 r. conflict now TermTtsrecover-
quauned to lead. We will always need les in cases that the text books de.
the architect, whether he plans build- clare hopeless ought to Interest everv
Ings. campaigns, books or industries. Physician in this country
t w.hf,e we sympathize vilth all We serve notice on the whole woriii
who toll with their hands, while we that ch. ":.-,? riiL."01 Y0Sla
paf tr .s jlrW?
af 12i IbbbbbbbbbbbR a bbbVSwSPkH It
on your way home. Cleanse
your mouth refresh it,
It makes you as hungry as
a bear' makes you want
food, then helps digest it.
If everyone everywhere
would chew it before and
after eating, what fine
appetites fine digestions
fine teeth we'd all have.
And the green country
seems very near while you
enjoy this refreshing mint
Try it tonight!
Buy it by the Box
ef any dealer. It costs less.
BIT 3bbMBS?J?V gL JdQjP' lAviUK N "BBBBBBBBBslfiP fiSfS
Look for the spearj
tThe flavor lasts
F08 THE MEDICAL
Place St Wiihfred Hospital. San
Case Chronic Parenchymatous Ne
phritis involving broken compensation,
complete Anasarca and Creamie Con
vulsions. Patient Prank IL Winter. United
states Deputy Marshal of Honolulu.
Prognosis According to the text
books, hopeless. Tbe . best Honolulu
physicians had failed and the condition
of the patient at the end of a two
years' fight for life was so extreme
that it was predicted he would not
live to get to this city.
The physician who was called in
was Dr. L C. ilendel, who put the pa
tint on Fulton's Renal Compound and
aided it -with active measures to sus
tain the heart and promote the elim
inations with tonic treatment that
skilled physicians understand.
To the intense surprise of the Hono
lulu physicians the patient was rt
turned the fifth month in good health
A late letter renorts rnnllnn.il
XK8. BBItTItAM HAYMOXD AXD HER
Readfield. Me.. April 29. Every ef
fort is being made to bring to a speedy
trial Mrs. Bertram Raymond, accused
of killing 17 year old Matti Hackett
seven years ago. The girl was found
garroted to death in a field near here
seven years ago and. while Mrs. Ray
mond was always under the suspicion
oi ine ponce, u was not until recently
Daysey Mayixie and Her Folks
The Humiliation of Lysander Job.
By FRANCES L. GARSIBE.
THERE are two times in a woman's
life when she believes blindly
and implkitly what a man says
to her: During the days of her conrt
ship, and when he. son has reached
After she has married the man who
courted her, she won't believe any
thing he says except his rare admis
sions that he is not worthy of a wo
man like her.
Lysander John Appleton is a truthful
man, that is. as trutnfiil as a man
can be. and remain married.
He attempted at the sapper table
recently to tell his wife of the floods
In the Ohio valley, quoting as his au
thority the telegraphic accounts In the
"I don't believe a word you are say- i
ing." she said. "I don't see what you I
n o-vtiect tn sralh bv no mnih nis. '
representation. You seem to think that ' JanV emptied
the sole mission of a man is to delude
and deceive the woman who married
L.ysaniler John sighed and ate his
cold potatoes with regret that he bad
mouth, and a regular school of whales
"Were they dancing, too?-' said his
mother. -Oh. go on. and don't wait to
be asked: 1 never waa so excited in
all my life!"
"Some were dancing.'' said Chauncey
Devere. helping himself a second time
to cake before his mother came back
to earth. ' and a lot of them were play
ing fiddles. And a Hon met them with
an address of welcome, and a lot of
porpoises sang, and. and . and'"
"Go on. go on!" said his mother, who
hadn't eaten a mouthful, "tell me
Chauncey Devere appeared to be lis
tening. "1 theugfat f heard them." he
said; "they are coming up here to
serenade you, and I ran ahead to let
Mrs. AppleSDiv flew to the window,
and Chauncey Devere cleaned up the
oe aun, . ucaea up ine last of the
bon-bon dish into his
FOR NEW MEXICO
I Th rloor hn r st nnn n rA Caw n jav
ina.1 sne was pinra uaaer arrest. Tne i , Ii. i . ? T. -.-
prosecution states that It Is sureVf con- ' XTf- th, APD,?on nr- ht In.
viction In view of new evidence, the na- , .(te th'"-JSS?frt-SWK3r".,r"
.-. t whih h. ji.irM ..-'' im as the heir, though there will
fuses to disclose. 1
ant to secure for them all tl-ey can I phritis are now curable in a erekt ma
earn and nil the pm h, .h i . "JirK "uw lu""'": " a great ma
should have, let us not forget tuat. un
der any sccial system the I'top an
dreamers ma; devise, the world will
outmorro;s Worrrman W I toU l&ui,."- WhleSale d ""
Jorlty of muuK.
And we have the proofs.
Is there any higher dutv than bavins;
hitman 11. -.
.. u.,iI, 1 vt.
SI Paso county A M. Coward to
R. J. Suggs, section 12. block 1; con
sideration. $1 and other exchange.
El Paso county R. J. Suggs to J. B.
Snell section 12, block 19; considera
tion,, $5 and exchange.
El Paso county C. T. Gregory to
Mrs.vMary Baker, 4000 acres In 1 Pri
eta grant; consideration, $4000 and
4500, .same grant, for $10 and other
Indiana avenue and. Gold street
Bernard Early to Lloyd Mildred Early,
lots T and 8, Mock 37. Highland Park
addition: consideration, $250.
Dakota avenue and Gold street M.
F. Wayland to T. W. Ward, middle 40
feet of lots 12 and IS. block 62. High
land Park addition, consideration, $700.
UeeBsed to AVcd.
J. T. Cain and Mi-s 'Jenevieve L. Dow.
Arcade Soto and Rofugio Roman.
Joun Vera and Guadalupe Mendoza.
'.To Mrs William J. Jennings. 1221
Orient, April 20.
To Mrs. Paul E. Jett. of Mescalero
N. M., at St. Mark's hospital, April 27
Tel Mrs. Ramon Montez, 512 Bast
Thir-d street April 22.
Toi Mrs. C. Peinberg, 1332 Santa Fe
street April 24.
T Mrs Felix B. Saucier, 3424 Hueco
stree t April 15.
To Mrs W. R. Favrot, 106 'oble
street, April 26.
never be anything for htm to. inherit
but a teapot handed down from a
great grandmother, and Daysey Mayme
nas spoken for that)
He was greatly excited.
"I was coming up the street" he
said, "and what do you think I saw?"
His mother dropped her knife tn de
lighted anticipation of the wonderful
tale that he was about to unfold.
'I saw a whale." he said, "dancing
up Fifth avenue on its tail!"
-Well, for heaven's sake," screamed
his mother, "what a sight that must
have been Tell tne all about It'"
Encouraged by this great interest
Chauncev Devere proceeded.
It was a big blue whale," he said,
"and carried an American flag- in its
"WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER DONE"
It is the faithful woman in the home,
who does the cooking, sweeping, dust
ing, washing and ironing, ambitious to
keep her home as neat as a pin. and
often having two or three children who
require care and attention, who calls
for our sympathy Overwork Is the
result. Outraged nature asserts itself
in time and female troubles appear
Such women should remember that
Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Com
pound is the exact medicine they neert
when their strength Is overtaxed and
pocket and was makinar for the donr
when his mother reappeared, much ex
cited, but still trusting, still believing.
She hadn't seen them, she said.
"Maybe they lost their way." said
the Appleton heir. The Jelly fish In
command asked where you lived, and 1
told htm. ril run back and show
them the way. Better get your best
Mrs. Appleton flew to her curling
Iron and powder can. and Chauncey
Devere gathered up all tbe salted al
monds from the table, stopped In the
kitchen to get an armful of fruit and
was off. calling to his mother as h
went that one of the whales sang a
tenor solo entitled. "Get the Hammer;
There's a Fly on Father's Head" in a
way that would make you cry. Then
he was gone.
In less than five minutes Mrs. Apple
ton returned, dressed in her best and
announced that she Intended to hang
out tne window to see the dancing
whales turn the corner. Lysander
John sat there dased by the shock sus-
ISd by ner implicit faith In her son.
h P yo.J? mea to say you believe all
that stuff?" he asked.
"Believe it." she screamed, the tears
beginning to flow; "believe my own in
nocent child' Do you think for a
moment I doubt a truthful boy like
Chauncey Devere! He would cut out
his tongue before he would tell me a
ralsehood and nU his own father, dare
to sit there and i-ak me to doubt the
word i.r my own ilesh and blood!"
t re. ,he f,ood Kates gae wa and
wsuiiurr jonn waiKed out of the room.
miv.iiift irom past
Republican Executire Com-
of New Appointments.
Santa Fe. N. M.. April . The Re
publican state executive committee has
recommended to United States senators
Thomas B. Catron and Albert B Fall
the following appointments: B. C
Hernandez, of Tierra Amarilla. to suc
ceed Fred Muller as receiver of the
federal land office at Santa Fe; Manuel
R Otero, register of that office; Man
uel Martlnes. receiver at Clayton; E. R.
Salazar. receiver at Fort Sumner: Har
old Hurd. receiver, and T- C. TUlotson.
register at Roswell: N. V. Gallegos, re
ceiver, and R. A. Prentice, register at
Tucnmcari: R. W. Hopkins, postmaster
at Roswell; John Pflueger, postmaster
at Santa Fe, to succeed E, C. Burke:
Arthur H. Rockafellow, postmaster at
Roswell : Vincent B. May, postmaster at
Las Cruces, to ssmcsbiI Thomas Brani
gan: F. O Blood, postmaster at Las
Vegas; Jose P. Chaves, postmaster at
an Rafael; J. M. Hawkias, postmas
ter at Alamogordo; George L. Bradford,
postmaster at Dawson: Mrs. Pedro Pe
rea, postmaster at Bernalillo. Postmas
ters for some 100 lesser offices were
it didxt Worry him.
It was evident that the obedient lit
tle maid was troubled.
"Mamma Insists that I must not see
you any more" she said regretfully.
The resourceful young man only
"Well." he replied, carelessly, "if
she is satisfied to have as meet in the
dark, I am." Brooklyn Kagle.
A Beautiful Complexion
ht Tn Daft.
female weakness and
make life a burden.
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for such troubles.
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fled his cards for a game of Canfield ! - y thousands.
nan ,ahe wouT&.EKe. -." he KADOOLA bM-teT, Saliowness,
said, -when I toiherhehlTriver , Freckle,, Pimples, 1 Spots and other
was bank full!" ,w nKial discoloration. Worst esse i a 20 days.
w- h?JTed out hls 8T,en crd" brave- , Rids pores and tissues of impurities, leaves
overcame MnT"" "' h' huml,la' I the skiTc ear, .oft, keolthy and beautiful.
The pa.k of cards ilropp, .1 from his Directions and guarantee in eacn pacxase.
t finsers, and he bowed his head on his 50c and SI. 00 by Toilet Counters or Mul.
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