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AlWQUtUQUE EVEWNi HERALD
(Buece-sur to Tribune CMImh.)
A ItKI'tHMCAX NKWSI'AI'IWC
BY TUB HUH AM) PVMMtMUXM CO,
Vnbllsfcrtl every afternoon
Hwxtsy 1H.12I Nerth
Hhvi, Albuquerque, N. M.
Knterr! as a4-nfi.rfcvaa nwHer
March 7, IBII, at tha poxolon at
AKtaqncnjHP, X. St., 4tr the Act e
March 8, 18J.
Ohi month hf M4l..,.r. ,,,a tonka
) year by nmil.,,, , ,.I.M
Oik) year lijr i-arrlt,..,,,,..., 94,03
Tin; smv oitii;it.
l-nte returns indloutc ilir election,
ef A i'. MoDnnnld ik governor v
.New M.leo by it small majority.
Thm result cnti only be attributed
In ti Mate of popular reelhwiie e
rxleti-ivr with the boundaries of the
nation, similar In Hint which pre
v,itirri in t)i eurly ninnies, which
wwviii urovnr i Invniiiml unit o IJem
ccrati, iinRriwi) Into iwit, and
Wlihh terminated with tli(. dlmistrou
fa ii I of 1S91 und tin- widespread
national suffering which continued
until the clwiinii nf William Molfln
In a president. Hlgns of this 'rcil
le-nurs hnve been visible for tin'
last two yearn, and tire reflected In
lhe various elections whoh have
luken place tliroiiKtiout inn country
Wtue the oolisr'isluntil olc-:l1oli of
Till feeling I purely psychological
nini tun nut be explained un tiny
tt-MHOIIulll lllpolllfftl. It III 11 VllHlKt
ami indefinable drain, for change for
I he sake of chanae. it had been
hoped Hint NVw Mexico, which In a
lloMiuilly Itcpuhtican mute end which
In vitally Interested In Hip micro of
Heptlbllcail policies, would bo ntdii 1)1
resist thin Imtmltp to unreasonlngly
follow every l-in, hut tho fovr was
loo widespread, and her people,
nguinst their own Interest, hnve tie
llvered Iiit Into tint hiuiilK of I lie
Democratic parly. Wo are not with
out hoi'o thai Hit feeling or unrc-t
limy yet bu allayed before the time
times to choose unolhr natlonul ad
ministration, nr If not that it may
Hot ho intended by the iomo ruinotii
(nri-eiuencca wlilch followed tho Init
movement of thin kind.
JVirtUllntl'lv. tho rntilrnn Imtlpnln
Hint thu legislature of the now state
win ii ovcrwlnlmliiRly llcimhllcnn
on Joint ballot, aMiurlnit Hin olrrtloti
to tho Uilic.1 Htutci (onatn nf two
men who can bo rolled iidoii to mifo
guard ilio Intrreit of the people un
!r hn ioiwlliu uKAlnut tho Democrat
lo fe trndo Inillcy. Tim election of
Iwo free-wool tont would Uavo
itcn nothing iliorl of a calamity lo
Tito Hernit U no pelmlit. It be
lloven In tho Amerlcitn iooilo, anil It
licclnlly btllove In tho future of
New Mexico. It will Rlvd to Mf. Mo
Dotiuld'a admlnbilratliin every un
port and vucuuraccinont In Hi one
Hi I nmt which look to lHo,nod of the
Klnte, It lian no KruilRn nialnut Mr.
MrDomild or )niy of hln rollower.
nnd only when lliey nceni to bo pur
uiiiK it cour inimical to tho wclfura
of llm npoolo will tli llarald U
founi in utrnmmattfltiii?mjMt6 io
Now let'a foreet all about tho elec
mm and ro to work for tho uot
xiulu in the union.
inry klll nnd forlllude Mmuld be
tnrnUhed by Hip dreadful acene that
form the aftermath of every flRht
nnmel; the heartletn ahiURhter of
ih votinat-d. It In no wondtr that
the rontrmiilalliin of nuili ncene hat
drtu-n thti ttallitnn to frenxy,
in: Aiii;rt i.
TIip adonllon it the blun ballot
nniendnn nt lot-h, iconatltutinn ol
NuW Mrxtro innWea the r.i,aill,,n i.f
iepreentiltlyaynjlK,-tate r Rlalature j
o far more Important tand ronponl
Jito oni) thnn ttiotJerwe wottlil be,
una It, holtuovw'Hm people In tho fit-
iitro io ciioosk wuely whom they wlfi
nnvH io reprrnent them in the law
AiiuauiKQinc sTOmta tuuuul lOLvrnkr, noximx, mu
k US SOME GENERAL VIUGEN
Tho opt iwlllon.of Hin HrAli) to tho
iun uaiioi nmemiineni wnn mncore
und vlitoroui. We ImIIp.I. nml un
iiiiii wffiinvr. mail it win it mont un
wise move on the part of the reope,
nir reiuuiiii wnieiv w(, rtuvo JUHy ull'
ciiMid ami which need nofbn Hne
mm nisnir now Tnai. however, i
neither hero mir lliero. It hflben
e'eurly demonalrntml that ferdl
or party niiRnmont the people wanted
the blun bullot, nnd that ettr tha
iiueitlon. TJia Ihliiit for un now lo
do In to r Hint tha great power
which hni been placid In tho hand
of a imro majority of the. leglUtur
I not nbuned and that tho peopio
are fully ntlvlftcd nn to Hin merlla of
audi iimendmcnta to tho roiutltutlon
h muy Ih nubmiitiil for their cmi.
Tho conntltullon of .Vow Mecien
hna been juitly pralied by lawrira
mid mati'oiiiMi nil over the country aa
onu of the aotiniU'nt and mutl con.
uprvative ever drawn. Let u be
careful that no chatiRo for tho worse
la mndu in It. Its merits were fully
dtseuMed before tho pcopto at Hto
tlnm Hint It was offered for ihnlr
adoption lnt winter. hih( tho voters
of tho statu by nn overwholnilpg ma
Jorlty rvxUtered their deliberate and
emphatic approval of It. Lot us on
denvor to svo that any ninendmonts
vhlch may ho nmrafiPil upon It In
thn fill urn nro dlicuund with eiiual
iiioroiisnness mm mat the t.xun-u.
a'on or tho iiopiilnr will on tJwIr
merits Is not leas deliberate uHfliwell
Xeney and Impr.t(.t Malls
Protected From Highway
men By Means of Usbig
Steel Sftfei As Can.
Correspondence from Itu-ilu
eastern papir stntrsi
As OHmllts hold up trains nnfr cfcrry
i,m mme sums oi ii)uiioy nimptt dally
tho lliirnluii Rovernment Hit tieclifei
iu iMiiisiruii armored currlttfiva for
ma use or me state bunk. They will
run rexulnrly blw-n this elty and
jtuiKian riuoipai towns,
They are to bo Of Iron und will nnn
lain neeommodatlun for n sinnitt eon
yvy or soiiinira. icaoh wuroii will u
so planned that the guard can fire
irom a us rrom n fort. Kuch train
will be under tho
tlvtr, who la to Jinvo full power to
(II.. .... .. . . .
"i'v im- n nil simile oua ni'mnim
iir"nriuiiR tno train.
The Authorities have eoinn in n.n
coiiclusluli Unit this I tho only means
. iiuninir snip to the prevailing
or-ii'-niiciin on mission ra Iwav Irneki.
As tho ordinary postal trains can only
curry a stpnll convoy the raiders have
thliiRn all their own way and have;
arown so unritiK that they now hold
Up train In broad daylight nnd, quIetV
ly bury their booty in a neighboring
iiiresi, wniie l lip panic stricken puw
cngers wait for them to sot tho onglno
In tho future only malls and small
sums of money will b sent bv ordin.
ary train-. I'rjvnto banks will bo nblo
io nire nivommoilatluti, In tho armor
Wo Ure prepared In adnnt a tatan
blue ballot amendment to our opln
ion uini Air. Jiryun wen in error and
that the New Mexico Democrats
needed votes mora than they did
Tho Terrible Turk comnlalnlntr
mat inn ituiian has violated tho rule
of war Is about tho most humorous
thing mat has come to llaht In i
struggle that has been, none ten serJ
pus from tho beginning.
Thanksgiving day Is fast annroaeli
Inc. and It la nod'. In order, lo ask
the usual question, "Whut have you
got to bo thankful forT" McNamura
jurors pieasc titKo notice.
The complaint ot tho Turkish gwv
eminent to tho powers Ihut Ituly has
heen gnllty of violating thn rules of
war In tho trratmeut of women and
children at Tripoli does not seem to
have been received with muoh ore
iiuilty by thu press of this country.
Tho evil record of Turkey herself In
this respect Is hiicIi that Iheru seems
lo bit a disposition lo dcmandbelter
evldpupu than that coming from
Turkish source before condcmnlnic
llnly Tho sultan Is huu.ed In such
a thin glass edlflca that his tin owing
of stones doea not untune much hjui
pathy in this country. Un this tub
Ject the New Orleans' I'lcayune says;
The Turkish government lies had
tho effrontery to complnln to the
powers ngalnst tho inhumanity shown
by the Itullan forces In Tripoli, The
Turkish Bovcrnmcnt takes It for
granted Hint tho reports urn true that
thu Italians have ruhlessly slain wo
men and children, as well us defense
Icm Arab men. In the fighting around
and within tho town ot Tripoli, al
thoURli as yet there Is no real evi
dence of tho truth of such reports
except the stutoment of an English
man serving In tho Turkish ranks
and telegranm to u nrorntnent tier
man newspaper from a sirrestondent
Kupposodly on the scene. Tltcru Is
no menus ot provln the truth or fnl
nlty of these reports, hence tho Turk
lih government Is assuming a tood
deal to basti l representations on
such nccouiitia unlcsa they ure con
tinned by Jts own moro outlicnllo In
KU' h barbarity, If true, Is undoubt
fdly comlemited as unworthy of u
ilvilUed nation, but surely tho testi
mony wf such nn old offender us
Turkey will not be accepted untess
corroborated by the most unlmpcnch
ii Wo testimony. Trie massacre of lion-
eouibataiits, parlteularly women und
children, has been so ivmunon un (ic
(ompanlment nf 7'urkUh caitiptilgiiK
that most rlvllUed countries have al
veys taken It for grunted that no
tuurtcr wus to be received from ihe
'Jurk. and that some lowers havo
been dUposed tu retatllato upon lilm
1 1 kind Is not to bo wondered at.
TJio old saying that. If you scraCh
it Husalan you will flhd H Tartar Is
tic more appropriate than the other
nyir, tkt civlllrftrton Is merely skin
ilecp. Wurfure develups some of the
highest tttlU(c of the hiHnan race,
but It Hlsu frequently brings out tho
inherent wivasry that H", Ufent In
nl! htiiiian kind. It la possible enough
that (ho Italians have beeH Itifurlal
rd by the rutHtetw alaug-htrr ot their
helpless wokmI4, which Is a com
inon custom with (he irrecutar who
always accowpstm n, TwWait. ftt.;
hV.A hkve riowe thHtgsi hi hfit Met
that their Ifa4ee can neither hp
ptavo nor excwM, but falr-mlmttd
iotle will nt hiH Mt sake. Into M
eijUfit the pmocakMi,
Tliere U no 4aaM thM the MfsW
forte of IMrkfl In "Mm. kM ky
their Arab ro.rcllenlei, Sre sam
We had almost, forcetten that
Christmas. wll soori bo here. It la
now In order to hale n thought for
the overworked clerks ami adopt tho
'shop early" motto,
If President Tuft i can get riway
with tho Kentucky reception without
offending nnvljy can bq MO
further doubt fTffil his coppers aro In
Phlbidelphlu I the only pUce In
tho wintry where tho election left
no soro spots. What difference does
it make who la mayor of u town tha:
holds the world's championship?
Mrs. Pnnkhum ban returned to
her ttiitlvn Albion without teaching
n single Aruorli-eti suffragette haw to
get pinched, Caruso could havo done
Congrem. wilt noon bo In session'
again, nnd We can have a tot of fun
watclilns tho Demourata trytna to df.
nothing before tho presidential election.
Tti tho everlastlns; credit of tho
sanity of New Mexico bo It said that
no freak election bets have yet como
Those Chinese revolutionists seem
determined to mnke the emperor's
government look like n dish f chop
In spite of Dr. Eliot's protests wo
nro confident thn,t football will not
bo supplanted us a colege sport by
Why announce that Chump Clark
is cheerful over Tuesday'a results?
I'liump was born cheerful and had n
licgardlcss of political beliefs, wc
can all sluiid pal on tha propoiltlon
that Albuquerque la tho best town on
Now that tho streets are about dry,
Wo will Agiilii tuku up the ' subject
of street pavlim.
Tou havo to hand It to those Pecos
valley people for being "soioo unanl-liuiug."
Commission government batted
about ,0Q In the-gnmb Inst Tuesday.
Now you see It and now you dont
the McNamani Jury.
ArUona Is nexl, It is In be hoped
'hnt they won't muke It unanimous.
lug a heroli fl4H .mHnsi ttwi lestaksl l
All membera ati Coexreastlmi Al.
bert aro request to attetwl a meet
ms FrWsy evcolw. Nov. m. tail.
at tha vpilrv room, after sorvleos.
Matter o treM, VRKrc will be
brought lioforo this hwIIrk nin every
inikr la reawwt4 ( nrot.
Ily order of th raliiftni. mull
farmer meehnlc. railroaders. U-
borers rely oh Dr. THomat' Kcleetla
0, 7.)m the tNt t at cut,
hwm or hrukwa at Mee. Pain f
not y where It ta
J w.i'---nnu i lt.I. I.KJIlTINfl
The llRhlliig of railroad trains by
electric current has become so cus
tomary that today service Is not eon
sldcred flrtclaiui unless It Includes
this fcaturo. Tho development of
this feature of train scj-vlec hus been
rapid In recent yean-, and both the
wipply of current nnd the typo of
lamp used have received much con
sideration. Tho supply of current Ulmost at
ways Involves tho mo of storau hut.
etrles. In some Installations tho
battery alone supplies the lamps and
Is charged at terminal station when
the car Is out of service, in nib
the buttery Is only nn auxiliary and
current Is supplied mainly hv en.
eraters on tho axles or In tho baggage
While the axle nenerutlnir aval.Mi
gives the poorest service ns regard
v.irnnuuii in noinntiai nun rmmrnri
Of tMHunnireMi It .. ,
ing in rnvor with the railway engi
neers, nnd in probably nlremly In one
on a racjorlty pf tho cars, It has the
Bth'antnges Of' nqtilrtns; less battery
eniiaciiy man' nurelr Mnnrn mi
stallalliiit and is automatlo In oper
athm,, the '.nly attention required. be
In regular Inspection.
urn iHH- of tungsten filament lamn
was, at first barred from thn rail.
roads, except on very low voltage.
on account of thn fragility of the
moment, uurmg the pust year tho
Usa of tungsten' han beeom rat Martinis.
howovrr. hnd riMirlv nil ih (t rnllu'iil'M
bre now making use of some type of
iiinKsten iiiameiti iamts. This chango
han been brought about by tho rapid
developments In manufacturing.
which render tho tuiissien riinment
lamp adaptable to almost any pur
pose, Hpeclnt types of lamps for
train lighting aro upon thu market,
and these kuem ublo to stand tho
same shocks which nnt posslblo to
me caroon nnd tantalum filaments.
While some companies aro using 110
vots arid, some 32 volts, the present
tendency Is townrd 00 or 64 volts.
The tantalum filament lamp has
received very- jscnern usaae and
seems to have given entire satisfac
tion, out the difference In efficiency
acorns sufficient to result In IU being
driven entrcly from the field by the
tungsten filament lamp In the ruurse
Bfrer Commander and JTew
Mexiao Tarmcr Blieves
Yaqui Tribt Will Agrw to
Oiii'.vnios, Hoiiorn. M -x
Oi n, Ii, J. Viljuen whh his secretury,
K, V. Anuya, linvn returned irom tho
intiui country where they went
corner with the Yaqui chiefs In retard
to urn penco treaty. In an Interview
tho general says: " was un my way
to Lmpulme, nnd was stonnlns a dnv
in itermosiiio. wnn UoVernor Mnv
toronn, who was In (luawna. tela
grapneu me tnnt tliere were 1100 Indl
am lit cruis do Pledrit who had nim
doivii fir supplies, and lie thought It
wouiu lie well for me to coma hern
immeiitnieiy. I camp to Kmnalmo nn
Tuesday last whom tho governor met
mo nna wo talked with tho chiefs.
IcIllnR ihm of the dimculty In getting
food supply, of the high prices still ob
taining, caused -by. the interruntlo. of
train service. Th Indlans, however.
wero an supniieg with food thn neii
morning, ami went back to the motin
kiiiis rejole htf.
"Several of the chiefs told us Hint
they were peacefully Inclined and were
anxious lo settle. down, but one of the,
enters, wno una quite a following' In
me mountains, had but llttlo lo sy
and seemed rHor- sullen, HownVtr,'
wn are pressing forward with tieaee
neRotlutlons, nnd they have asked for
time until about the 10th of this
month, in tho mctwitimu i mn cnlllnK
n meetliiK of nil tht Yaqui chiefs who
are now llvlntr In the valley for next
Monday at Cocorltn. There an. nrob.
nbly 20(1 families .Who nro note llulnir
m mo vaiiey, and I Intend to com
mence the allotment of land nnd th
settlement under tha genera! treaty by
Riving thnso who are now In tho vol
ley and who have professed their nnx.
iety to settle, down Ihclr land. This
win bo an Inducement to those who
re in thn mountains and who nra
willing to come down. Under this
plan wo will separate thnso who nra
peacefully Incline!' and am still in
tho mountains from those, who are
probably not iHspesed to come down.
m going un to the Yaaul river
on Humbiy morning, and wilt nrob-
ably be there a week or more. Thero
nro very confusing rumors nbout aus
picious movements of the Ynquls nm;
ftait km pffe, fripe cm ei tartar
v BAKING POWDER
IN THE WORLD
Makes home baking easy. Nothing
can equal It for making, quickly and
perfectly, delicate hot biscuit, hot
breads, muffins, cake and pajtry.
Protects the food from alkm.
I ALL-AMERICAN ENB
CONBrlDERKO A WONBKR
Pkkeil fr tha All.AmM-lean Inn
hutt year, SIsh WWkt, Mk'Mstn'n.rMK
? ilruw wariM urahto from Ralph
llMRland ths raH, 'Welfa la a wen
Her, said the famous cx-ritayor nnd
trfetw. "He sheHld he the beet llmt
biwkor MrctilwtH hw had In yeara."
FrefH n. clasa nlarup nf i,jywM
ability to nn All-Ahierlcan em! In 13
varauy games, is welUt' recerd. Un
jeglMered In 1907 from Wrewater, O.
Mo then welched ir.o tic hi.
cteaa toarn, Next year ho win. m
or the acrulw. At he toek. cm weight
jHd ahnweil pced, Yoat walehed Ihi.
XVrlla showed class aamt penn and.
.MIHnelt. whflfl lila wuk al LsU. Ik..
old and now atym feetbaU wfta. a tnvo
in. Aiiuuier wewi u n rreshmsn
md may l cxiiecle'j to cmllaiw tha
nattio on MIchlttait KfMlrwM
GAGED FOR FLOW
looks Published bv United
States Geological Survey
Give Accurate Data on Wa
vvaali Imtton. I), o.. Koe. n .Tim
unKeu States ceoloelcal survey has
announced tho publication of four ro-
pprw on Iho flow of streams In tho
united Htatci. Tfiey nro desbnsatetl
m Water iply paiwra 263, am. K7
and 2. The II ret nientiouml reUitee
io rivcra in Minnesota, Wisconsin,
Nnritl llsbnln llllnnl. ....I
the state government' has been varn-w,,fh 'rn,n ollher Into the Mls-Uslp.
ed aHlnt a surprise. Kvcn the gen-'Ii' r'vcr or northward Into Canada.
oral of this sone Is somewhat ills ,lno 'wonii related to rivcra draining;
turbed. but personally I cannot sen !n, , . M,M0Url atrcama belnit
nny rason at thl time lo fear an up- '.cr . wyowing, worm
rUlna Wnn.. ... ..,..... ', Dakota. Colorado. Nebraska, .vitssnnrl
touch with the Yauuls, and I have 'Ll',thAri,1?2n'.,Lr,,0f ,hoM. ..
aol." core, . helr Part al.hVn'".,":"?'
iron jiwievjijfit,lfWHrtatWi,il9W. LV-"" -
of lha. non. . . ' "'" lotnieil in
rcvoiutlan were different. We nnd ZiJZ. T .V ":...T.'' ."''"
some obetruetlon In our work by out- 3 .TW r
setllumcflt. I feel conHdent that It ti, ..-.i., ... ...
I wero lot alone and th bad Influ iiorin nUnw it.,, r ,i i.
-i- iivii itin n. o,iv woihii coiiso
wo would succeed In settllnir tho old
question for nil time."
Clmr Filferer Cries "Stop
vbku nny iiuiiiix mo year iU3 as
meiuiicd by employes of tho xeotoic
leal aurtoy nt permanont stations
maintained nlon tho streams. They
aro essentially a record of the ir-
formaucrr nf thn iiiru.ma ii... i.
furnish un account of tho wutor ro
sources nvallablo ur uio tu tho re-
!." wiiivii too rerorus itiro ntaao.
Many of thow who nro unfamiliar
with enslncrrlnir practlco do npt real
Ixo the neceanlty of pror-nrlng Infor
matlou of this kind. Tho Importance
if knowln how much water la avail
nblo far Ita varJoim ueif growa onor.
tnoualy at tho United Status becnHiiw
'more thickly sottlcd nml n. in.i,,
Thief" But is Habited By ,.nlf8U,!f vanco. We seed watw for
lUinniertn Comedy Aerial VbmiIcvIIIii
at urKHm theater touhtht.
ihio ctaiwa that her anceatora
atooa tontiring with red-hot pinch
I belloVO it. Hho ran Vfur nhiuki
three alaca too small and look happy,''
- Harper' lkuar.
'rfc J.n-nwnaat UM.mk btm tt-
We ml Ubs,lVM lrw HiU' W
aja nm assgHaMlt,
319 Wk GcU Av.
THE NEW MEXICO
CLEANIW5 & HATTING
i'OUR CIrTHl.NG aak-h- Mm
yoqw. mnv. mutr m
Vmm WW BMtliaf Sex
VOVM, KAT-4ahcr M.
M) WM, , W.OVfM, XaaMlaa, Cht
UK,easrlns Haiio Ww aw.
We CaaM r ani BeMver (tooW,
Poliee; Escapwl 0am By
tlerlln, Nov. 9. Roma weeks ago a
nerun aiiopiuter numed Warke, with
two cempanluns. plamted a midnight
raid on a large butchering entubllsli
rnenl, where tliev had, uwioinu,! a
eoal1erfll)i() amuunl, of money wo
Kepi on me, premise.
Htarko clambered ln.to tho building
through a window, but Just au his
two compknlons were,akut to follow
moy perceived mat thar wro under
the observation of a .utreat watuhman
and promptly deenmned. Warned by
tno uitappcuranco of hk comrades
that something unexpected had oc-
curreu. niarKe threwMr his jacket,
donned a bloocl.slivteeJ butcher's
apron ami cap, switche-l. h the clec
trie light, and, HelsN h butcher's
xniro began to work, furlovely on tho
meat, , M
When thn watchman anneared nnd
naked the supposed blocker whether
no nan not obierved, tlw auspicious
oonavior or two men, outside. Btarko
reiilled nonchalantly tht tlwy had
run off on cutchtng ahtht of hlin,
wnereunon tlio watekmM w thdrew.
satisfied that everylM wsm In or.
,der. Then Htarko robV4th cash till,
pacKco. up oino ehslsis Necea of
meat In a parcel. om4. oeln thn
uoor Willi a Key wliltk ha fituiul ,m
e pramues. quietly, m hhfwclf out
A few davs aso fllaik saMd that
he required a limy -iirjrjr T No(wear
nun sinrteii out to pwarssM it. KHter
lug a bpot shop, Im iisM m SeverAl
ualra of boots, and Ms-aihr. flrnllM
something to his mtleaaeelen, allow
ed the aselstant to tailsn' them far
him, and then walksjussihui tka ahna
declarlnc that I he Mt4d Mm
Perfectly. He then aaasal Mm mwM-
ont to show hlin smm larwew ahwea,
and while she mouMSaat. a iiasaliiider
in search of the aTHlaats 4e4re4.
Ktarka tank to hit
rims g4M the p
taken mm. by a na
Him he4 af whom
iiHf louder than !. ataav
iMerr- This lime, haaaaasssr,,
wa. hW sccMla! wgaVM w-s,k-ehl!.
iMrisf this trade Mrlc
Stanal for the beet in thii.atylft
of lowe leat dcyiM.
We have them in a, variety
of aixM, bound ia flex leather
and stiff covers. Sheets ruled
Klvo n faithful record of each river's attA priutetl specially for thil
tinrfnf mnllrXi -f tltnl IttA tiavdnhS .aa I "- ' V f
tho rmnmilty nnortuklng nny lt uev3Ct
volopmoat ot wnter will hnow nil tho
fact, cneemliur thinpply aval, 1
u-clor of tha geological survey. Vah -
SBRlon, I), a
WOULDN'T TRUST MISS TAFT.
Tailgate Keeper Didn't aXlltve
Presldent'a Dauahter Waa
AZaUQCMtQUnT, X. X.
naltlmoro. N'or. S.Mlsa iteloi- Tart
oIbk tn nn aficirnooa tea, at a couatry
whmo In Maryland, near tha capital,
MoWted Into one of tho Whllo House
motor cars and waa whirled to the
district boundary line.
JiMt beyond the line waa a tollaate
and Ita keener The nreabtenl'a ilau.h.
ter had no money. When alio told the
chauffeur lo pay tho toll lie explained
teat he had not n cent.
"How much la. It?" Iho chauffeur
asked tha guardian or the Mies,
'Must fharso It tn thn U'hi lit II nil an
ordered tho chauffeur, whereuww tho.
.t,u mnn ,RU"Bl!d and asked:
uiio are your
'I .aht thn Mresldanftt ii-usti.. uu.
Taft explain. """"
AW," Mill I HA Balf Atr.OA.t&P ,U
It was neceaaary for the cfcaulCetir
IO tClepUOBO 0 thn Wklln Il,uuu
fero tho jeurney coakt be eeatinite-1.
RESTORE GRAY HAIR
The salarlea aM fey
Uaela gam ts Civil
equal u4 eae4 thea
PM in any hraneh at
life. ThouaaaaW of ap
pointments are nwde
anHuaHy. Qwllfjr at
heme to eaaa any Ctvll
Write teds? far free
Civil Servlea Beak.
fjAor bbsbbbbI ajgaaaafi an a aSMl Vfeat
aw VWf B3esVeatVafSt jTtmf
Bos let, AHrwpteraa,
9 - aSa as
"j uommon uaraen mxt, a
wmple lemsdy ft Daail-
ruff, FalliMt;, TUU, Gray
The old Idea of ualnv UU tar .l.rl.
me nair H again coding la
VOKUH. Our 'xranilcnalluu-a ..j
have dark, Hlowy lr at the aa of
j, , wiiiitj our raotnera have white hair
"'y are nny. Our grand.
domeatlo supplies and ie? navteatleH.
Tho arid weet Is dopS(K't on It for
the irrigation of dry lands. One of
the ffioet Important features of oar
Industrial prosperity haa been the ile-
ri 1 . . 01 w,al0r ow,,r- taei mothers uL,a t0 rnakB n ina"
other hand, aa has recent y been re aud Tuiilv 11 ii nvlT. 1 ?i W .
!f. ?r may be.eao-mUly l2ueaX, " ? I'W'l, ifl
1 s ncm Hnrrwnj t cams
gradually restored the natural color.
One objection to ualnp eah a pre
Bralon waa tho trouble of maklag It.
6eUlly as It had to be tnad every
two or threo days, on acewmt of tour
ItiX quiefciy. This okieetloa haa been
ovcrceae. and by ask in alaseei aw
l!?Jf arim)t for WyrtVa
tlPhur Hair Reweilr the rM
L .!u,K'rtor PTMweatl"
rTJ "' aumixiMre atMtNHir,
B.ai5 valuable remedy for hair ane
walji trouble. Daily m trf thle
prciieratkHi will not imly quickly re
? color of the hair, but will.
he hair frow alllnx out
nnd niako (t srow.
Oct a bOttlll ffUn vn,, .I....I.I ,
lL,i ? ,t,an ,or yf-ff how
flrt aaniv'iU fi W
This Iirennrnllna U tata...i i .u..
r''bi t tY rents a betk. mM k
jwiid-l and eM hy aU alrH.
dwtruetlve wlwti it mkM ttia tt.Ynt
of flood. It u therefore neeeeeery
to harHeaa owr water au allies ae.
irmv 1 Hey win on one nam) render
the beet service and on the olhor be
prevented Jrosi devaatatlnf; tho coun
In tleVClOtltM thn wnlrr nf n unrtln.
mar stream the Brat necessity la to
know how much water mum bo pro
vided for the volumo that deaceniU
in mo cnannei from dav to iiav ami
from month to month. This neceeslty
has Ita counterpart In tha ordiiurv
conduct of bualneag. Kvery bmriness
man roconnlies the noecMlty fr tak
Ins nccnunt of slock. Every bank la
leqtilrcd to keen an OBcuratn temnrA
nf ita Tciwrrea. Thcro Is no dif
ference in principle betweon theso
operations nnd trtklhg an Inventory of
-ir (i-suurecs. ro nanaio and t.
VClOl) them tironorlv It "Is ummr-
o keep on nccount of alocki
1110 tour reports above described
The MeveMexU ef tkia.
start will r wateUiif
oltMiy tali mwi,
Trek time t tlm, w
are fia U sfriaf m
;leeiit srrist ia Ui
way t Mtr4N4liiarlly:
hig TAlaMff tiMt wiUJMML.
ft ft MYiftf it.eiiti-
3Us;ht ix the iMjpaUtiss;
f tlw Wixter SewMX, wt
hTi a few Umc f fixe
it sfially irM at
fM.oe, im.oo, tiOO
i erwry sttit jpiilibrity
mi X6ptiiil vah at
tlf prittt. TMy're wtctit
Vt hqfck a iW'ta,
JaWJiy ' sintv w,e,ierV't
ft asHiekl LOOaint,
With tin, inktmt
. a ft 1 J . :
W, mk xejwHUiftm
attaMat MttT tf Ufo NMC.
VIbbbV Jta.f-all. A-as larl
w tMt 111 itMtwm.MMi I
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