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TUX EVENIHQ HERALD, ALBUQUEHQUX, H. Xt, SATURDAY, MARCH 14. 1914
The Evening Herald.
Tti Kuri.im Hi rii'.il, I no.
; i .'. S ill mil. M.-iiiukiT.
II I! II. -Hill. I 1.1. I
Cflli ml hi'i-r ill (do C'lly of
Aii.uii riue.
PtilillheJ every nflrmnon
r. I ii.i,luv, t 1 ? N.nih Hue . u.l
Mi...!, Ail hi i. I'lUH, ,. M.
i-: n 1 ..r i-1 fifinmi -i l.n mailer
t.ti). .ntif '!- nt A ItMi'iui-riiuis
N M , umli r tlm Ai( i t Mitrcli 2,
""I. iii'.n'h l.y inn. I nr c arrier . l'n?
uii ai.'K iiy Mirrn-r lie
' year hy mini nr carrier
Id ailvsn.it 11.00
Tf e.h.,n. i lI anil 111,
1 III VI l I' i' III MM
IN V .Mi.lnl.M Mi i hi ft Tlm
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l'" 'i- ' 'I II" Aim i i. . in Hniiki-r nr
M"' ' i I ' 'H-.ill lit II-
i. ii I 1 1 it iiii vt iHuro t'
Uli . .-I lll.il III Ii- i. I'll. I. j H, Mil i
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l-t'"i v- h iii:iiki i ii cilii i,i rum
lu. :l i.n tin- .1. h ii-i iliii-MlH of IiIm
til. I M.II H liillllllllr.ll.illl.il h v IHni
I" II iii in n...,i.if ..ml wnkly
.liillli.il In llr m'iiiii Tin. nliillii'
if II. I, i I. Hill. Mil '..1H lll.it 1 1 1 -1 1 ullll
iii. i hi. i ly mi i--ii It tt.it. tin cull
lim .1 l.i tin. I inn . I M,u.(., I, ut una
lit' '.HI III tin- in N M . J IK nf 1 .11 K '
I. Hi. I .Hi I Id.- ri. Ml mi III ; imlii .it iiik mi
iiHiH' l iii (Iin .n null ill mill Mix
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i vi.lini iii ini in iin fnvt ji ir i.l
mi ...limn:-ii ,ii i. .ii Mii.h i,( iit. ,,,ni.
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Ill I. ill I I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . . TIiib in t:.i iin- (
r iln lnih.nt fctmiiliiu- In tin. liuni
liju. nt lil. It Ik i.ln- ill tin- ri nntiil
1 1 ii.. in in I ii'it Imrii Ii i.r Hi., w i.l. It
in., v Iii' fi i 1. 1 In In- I In- m.,,1- nf I. .mi
ll. Ami llii.iui h It in- Imimiii'm! nf
I In- n. ,n, .11 . I t Hi., mi ., 1 1 1 1 . ,f mi
iin,ilii,, , ii,,r..Mil ii,i.ii Ui WilKiiii
liiliiillilllliltlnli; In. I tlllnilKll lircjll
ill I-, in.r . II I In, i ,i liilin;; but l.l'
; i - . tin. r.nulit- nt the pi i'MiIi in e
tli.il j..ir.
.i:itim; j;iu.t.
SuMK nf UH liu.f li.'i n Im lliu ,l in
lunk with ii.nri- nr I. bm I. Uy
ii"Hl (hi tnmm nf him- I.....I
K "i.l l. a. Ik i l.tli'iaiHly, a.i t- lil.-in .-.I
tlii'.iih thu fnrm.it '..ii ,,ii. hu fisi"(i.i.'iii
ll. Ill III. l.f tlm I'.iii.iI Kii.iiIh I. i. nil
.- Iin i' li.'iiiil tlir la'.ll.fal iii.iiiti.ru
nt that M riiKKlinw in uanlal urn rr-ti-iri-il
ti. an (-ri.nkii iitnl ii.u hh "lint
i. ir int-t i hunt."
Hill Ihr timr h,m ii.iiimi I uliiii line
in u in. n ti n i an I ! liiiiKhi'il in ll
hwi r-:iiii.- tn an iriiln iiiiili t niit-
iiiiiinl inn hi inn ami r-fxj i. Km
viarn it- lalk. il it I rn.nl.-. In rt- r
..iiij rniiil i. ix. -it ami ruiiii'.l i-r.iiliK-
,.iii. M'hi-ll nur lin.lii y huh tilii lit
ami Htiil 111 hail iin imiili.
ll UI1H lltif u I ll 1 1 IhlH rn.l'l nrtfalllJI-
ii'.ti l.i-M.in -ii "I t"ili.ii ti.-K.iii
in rit ri'niiltH. In lu-rn.iUll niit
u,- ti'.w li.itr a i-iliiiilii li.lnxi.N u
Hi. iinitli ln.umliir nf Ilu- utility. An
1'in illy iiiiial mil.' it I., inn liuitt ti, tin
S'.'illl !" 111,1 I I . , XI itk untk ill
lii--in t.ii ii i.i.ul In A lii..iii.-r.pii-'-i
In lnl I e ; I it if nili.-nlii itif l;ii
'lir.ll'il. .ii!.;. Iiitlitl, till.' Jt-liltZ
i mill' 1 .
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hi, I. ..1,1 tnalil alnl all lirliVt- lit. ill'
l..h.. , .i.M'. -..n, n -ii.. ..f thif
... ;, v. .il i;.,,r la-.-u at .-iilli,htli i.
im i.iii i..ii,.ii, l.i," tiir tht- ifi i-'Mi'iit
Ii t a i i m. .Hal in; In. ill till" Hiaiil
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i . 'I i a,, i ., n i. n ) . -I - i.n ! Ii -r i
im j-.-i i . i,t lii,li- li'i ili-r tn ili'p
i is 1 1 , in ', h mm ma i n i .mill t tn tin'
i n ii. I in.- I. i im l.i .i 1 1 y I a 1 1 1 ml
lln- Ii iN ,nl tin I t l.i Ullll'.
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l t;;i .I...I .1 HI l.ll.'li' lor Illl il. Il
ls . ii .i . "1 'Hi n umk
Till: 1511 I. Iti-l I II.
LJIvH i lhir ' liitf H ii'in in ' Hii
lnll ii J.. tin linliiMiiy l iin ..im
ir unmindful of i.ulln' i,.m
l.ii. I-., far tin w knnM', iiii 1'iil
),.a.nr t-nr .tiI. "Hi" 1 iil'iic I"
l i'i iit .1:" L i'. Im iil hl iiiUiiMt imm
way i.l, "lit fury niiiiiiiuiuiy n .ittir
II.. l.'U.i .11 Imuliiii klmiil Ihr lanil
k. ,i.f vuli ii'i.r tln-i I'K.ii J 'if thi fit -!..
if . n 'li.nc . I ho thit-k.
J I :! I . u I I . -1 I .- ,
I I., ii , ii ii... .... ..in .. in l.f tin
1 i ., .! in i - . . iii. !.'. iimiii ; iinn-t-
1 limit 11. Al lili't ll". WOlkt-ll Im
.,' . hint tm l i ! ... t -i (rt MI)'
. , i .. . r Hit i i -i.. ii. -tl i In-hum Ii m
i,i.. .,,i,, .mil lln .Ki!inir ilaintif
i, ,.i, il,,- iiii.u-i.1 our ruiiiuil in-
1,. . Mini U I'm) Vlh.liH.
J i ri -miiIi m a ,i i-ily ninl f i'il)'
l ..im l.'tc Ii ni Kan 'nn i-r liill 'il'nl
j ,i t im.lii. Ami 1111 "ml imr I"!'
pM-.-llrf Illlt.r: ii-'lll 1.1 .U'1I'"
1 1 ri.i 1 1 ti ' i i.'tm of I1n1111ir.il iu I tit - , f
in i ii ti.iiiilii tliiil lia.i-n In In
i n. lily, uhh siinic ri Iikiiiu til tiliril mi
lling In i ltill. Ily Witliiiilt illume;
itiiiliim ii k'i-iii t min linnil In tm. Hu
ll I V i. r tlm J'n-i ntinn i-f T ui-li
l.i Amu.imIh. All hIiuwiIik th.it til'-1
In'. it nf i in- l.il! iimtir In imw In l In.1 '
i iilit 1 1 in ii-, mi mmier lint tniiy li"
i.i.l nr. In Hit lii'lltiuli uf lim lull-
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if (itii...i iiMt
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ttf Hii'iihii'
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IixhiIiiii vt In. It i.ii.liiiilii. ilh' will . 1 1 1 -
ft i.tiiMiiiii nt nit' in ilu- fiiritn-r ili--
Ii.. iin iii nr I hi. riiy nml ihi' nl.iti'.
Th" uiii.i.l im.iiiiK nr ilu- l..ik
Ii. I.li-ii .1 ii .- li.ii ii.l.ii.. I .iciinliv
ami i ; ii. 1 1 it ii t y n.i.i,.iiy it mm Iihiih'
ifni.. Ii.-ii. Hum wi-i'k imirkH tho
nii tnll ,.f till' ll.l.,. I'llMllH'WH inri-IT
nf I hnl HI HI llll.ll lull T'w llll'llllll
k.ih i-it.'iifi : ii t 'ii linn H hri.iiKlit
hi'll' )iallk.-ti nlnl Itll-n nt lillK' tiffilll'll
In, iii nil iar i nt tin' tii'". !hi iiri
niimiix ih. i niii.'.tn.v 't riiti Uhi'lili'tft.
1 1n, (l,rii'tiir.il,. i I tin rtiiitiiiiny.
Inifi n l'i -ilay, Ih niriin. mill llif,
ii ii ti i i. in . tn- in ih it a::. -mi' Inri'i-H ni
ii'ii.lv haii' I i " ii in inlxail not nnlv
ill Ni w Mi xl- u I. Ill III I 'i ill iil I 'at-
il.. linn, rinna. Mtmniii ami IIIiiioim,
In.lh ati'H thtt thi' rnmiHinv n iiiiih.'
to m tin Iniii' in t.-tlltiK ilnn In
liiiNin.-Hii. Tin. hi'ii i nt niratiiii, Willi
ilia hii it.tani iii I nun nf l:J'i.ii'in niall-alili-
for Hi I in itii'.f in 1 1- ni'i-riii iniiit,
h. uilil. nml l . 1 1 . 1 1 1 ) 1 1 . 1 1 1 tvll hit I- mi
imiiii'ili.iln liillin ii. ,. In I'tn oiir minx
H.niml. I'liiiHi-ri inii i' ili-i i'liiimi'iit In
w Mixiio. 1 1 M liiil'in Ian n In Al
Im, im . I'll- a k a In. mi' lii.-i it in inn ia
iiiiliil.li..
A In-. nly Ihin i II) In Ihf tiniiif nf
tin- litmly 'la '.In In il nml rmililly
Ifiwwiiii; a, mli lii'l i ,,iiiiiinii k, l.lli
nml I "ii t-. TIhw i i.itiiiitii m ii rr now
It ninixi il iih I ii 1 1 rt it i it fm tnrM III
t hi- i ii i a n- i' ttniiil. Tin ir mn-ri-HH
.-IX l.nllllil lim.lli-!. ttlHl It til Intlft Inn
lit I 11 I'lllllllll'll .
Tliimiiih Us iinwcrfnl. nlily iim-,-
i i l mi........ . .,,u. im. 1....-H
th,- Imam litl huh uf N-w Mi-xicu for
ii ImiK ii""'-
That I ii 11 iii-it- now In nni'iitlin
mil. Th'H i lly Im hrlng n t uKiilxftl u
urn. nf tin- liiiiim Inl ii-nti'iii nf thi'
tit-Kt; nml Im laKinn It m iliu-i- im uni'
nf ihi. Iiiiiiori.int liiHiiruni e iriitt r of
Ihi) country.
t Are You Graceful?
m
Study Yourselt
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(Ity llt-ttlim iiii Ni.l
I t u: i iiiiHiili f wlit if yuil fall
churl of your itltiil of litiuf it ml
hniiii. fall our IiiiiiiI. the mirror,
ml. thi- i -uimiilt.it ion. ami i-xitniin
loui.ii lf tiM 'liKiai-i.omili-l.v .m thniinh
yon i-rt' a liiMiiii' Hk in n i hltm
Mh..i. In iiv ii n rhuir iiifort- Iih
trntliful t tl lift loll iiml Hi-ul ymirnplf
Nntiif wh.-tlor inn it ilnwn liruvlly;
uhi thi r ynii urn oiiMrliiiiHly r:iitp thi'
nrinn i f tin thalr nml luw. r ymiiiti ii.
nhi-tlu r nii fiui iinwn i n it k i y hi ii
tn hi tl iiirr. nr wht-thi-r you uluwly
iiiii.i-ml nml nlii uinl mnk urai'e
fully liin k. ijiiiio likely the latter
m hievi iiu-nt In lieyuiitl on. u yet. If
.urn linn- hern tun tnify n whiiihii t"
itne niiirh ihuiiKht to yotir own ut
ll'aet it i-lli-HH hlllierln.
Seat yniiiM-lf nu'.iin. wairhinn fur
ih let tn; imaill, ellileat ul llllt to over
i nine nny eini irie iiw kw inlnewi or
hi iin. ha tun have imuii'tl. ome
it-....!. ....uiii..., nt hrlilM.
hamlH. ttalhi. kii-ea ami feet. ..ml nu-
re. t wh.il itf.-iiih to "U iinlMrtiitlful-
.Next. Biltlnu iinit'tly. olimrtt- the
Inn- ut vniir fitiute. Im it Krunlul, or
hint ami annular .' Try hint one pintl
iloii nml ittmi h'-r. until yuu hnte tlia
tuieitil what linn, of the hotly eng
UtMl matt- nii't what ilu mil.
T.-II iiuiiiili't of thi uinilM will
l.,le it lililliil t'llUi'lilloll III llttlttllll''
l.-t lue inlil u woul or two uf
it.li it -.
In aitiilii;. the litnlv hlinultl he will
li. k in tin i hint. II the niiiM. h a are
mil tr. umil il" Muni- hlinultl nut
l iiie loin li the th.iii; II the) hi' k
tliilll.114. 1IM in Ii pi 'u he "t tilfte. ml
il, al the -ft 1 1 nr the hpilu- la imi.illhl
Hit- Ian k of the ln.tr ui iih Juiiiiiig
Willi the heat. h.l H Tilt- Miilllll It M.iK-
..one t..r Alan ti. Vmi mil then . nil
HI a, 'I I llily . K.I i lilt Hie ha. k nf the
i hair ttiihunl hpi'ili-.K the I'lu-H of
Hi,- iiotlf. Neitr hluli- tl.ntii III the
i hail nu matter hull i nif 1 1 la hi e
llie utiuiitle may ki i iii tn you.
NcU, lunk In Ihf iuil mil nf uur
Ii-h. Ale IheV ilhhetl' I'll. tea. nt
imilKe I kliult that Ihe till I a-itlliiit'l
net ate IliaLltiK liihhlnlla I le u pru
liuiillittl (l.-tiliilil ut itlliUldt. I'.tlt
,l...-.,l I. km air Imt lit nil .!ftl, III
)niir niiMiir will n il you w h.-n nu
i illl, inly i t iin ne the liio-h tin . i I'li.
tiiue, ..nil tl may imt In iiiiii.i lu utld
that pb) !' I llih hi) tllluiill the preh
,tie ui lelliH alul liltilii-h It 111. h If
.mm, , t II In it H nml I heuilialihln
iliuti. i..iiemti iullnw i'l i nt ii tr. un
it i.uii' 1 eii are wuiiUit iiigeiiintiHlt
iirmiiiil th.. leu uf vniir t In, i r or eat h
iiil.tr. nr are tiltfd on their im-a, I
llii.ll hat. ll. i Ii.. ii'. le in making tun
nitmit Hi. I Hit' uitiliute la nut one
Hlllth tiuulil lltiin-al tu the tuttilal nh-mitt-r
a lull nf krate. Jltet the
h... a nt your fei-i mi Hie flnof al a
14 1 a. if ul in-all- with mil nmra than
ih tm a hli'itttna tr
ilutl u.
be ii. a in your
( .mi Nuicr.
Nut lug the i"i of let ipi a la a gun.l
:n tit-ll it an et oiiuina al tiubil. I'ha
l.i -l t, at tu il" it la In liihi rl Ilni
(.thi uf the dilferelit tugitdlelitx 111
I hu margin of the conk bunk behnle
nu b rei uie. 1 'ik ur the mat of egga
. 1 1 1 1 r. aiigar, c-tt'., ut their lilght-hl
pi-ii in. tin ii yuu Mill know, l.y
k 1. 1 ui h nt le r.-i- n', J net about what
nihil Mill t 'il. J,adie' lliiine Jour
nal. -
in m:v mi.-m oi ni. runue t.,.
COLOC
l.y
HtH iiiiil Hilillp.
A
III!
I'll VHIil AN tiiiN n ii 1 1 1 1 1 or:
K' t inn i nn Hip for w.'ikii im
tip inir hill, lanky irrnu.
O
llnlf Hlliil.li III N'T KU T'UiAV
In mainline thr Ri'l nlth ulmiii ton
ni,. i- ii.atli' iiuitl ,li-n; nriit iiiiiM'y
iiuriiir tlmt alii- nan luimril the llrnl
I Kt.lill'.
; -o-
JuM 1 1 Hni Ki:Ki:l.l.nu him Ii' t
j i'l. ti'laml tin. iniii. ninl in Iiih will. At
I limt thi ,. l fiKl.-nl rumor that John
In In liiita Cli'Vulnnil I'lTlnalxnlly if
t niiiirini'il.
O
I'M: TII1NU hIii.ih tlir d nu in it cm
I l l IIIIIHimlM IfKl't'tt. Tlll')'M (nt
lu-rie.
O
A I'AHlin.N hy hn ir. KHl.'tll wiuiltl
In- a tilting ri'MHiil fur tin Ir -fri ta in
liliiHing up thi' lm AiiKiltM Tltiii'.
I K TIIK iii-mii1iiii Hlmtilil jiardfii
H t lii-m It s a ciin.li nur utin w.iultl
i.i.,. ....
U lll' l', ivnul.l liv nnlhing Ilew fur
l.nn vtu:i. left.
- o-
Nil. ': I ml i ni-. w. .ii ., tint KmnK tn
nay im) thing tunny iilmui tlmt iluil
In t in-i ll M. Itii hi'iiin uinl M. Ki nii-
il.ilrf m .Niuiil)'.
o
'illl: nNI.Y WAY o inn rui'laln it
in 'tiiti Villa Im hnt hid im m iiKi til.
O
ni i. utiultl oii like tn ynrry
.ii.iiimi thi haliiim riilliim of 3 'I )
Mi x 1. 1 ii , , tun' I".
O
JI'lMIK lU'ltNH nf lloUHtuii a)H
In nrt'Until wllh it tuw thill will
k.-iti 111 in huny for the ri'iH of hi
!ifu.
WIIISKKV Kllt.M uilii rtiiii'K that H
I'l otliii't "ni I'ri'titiii'ii iri-juillt'u uuiiIiihI
liiHki-y." I.nl uf nti.t.' will l' nur
lit im il to It .ii n lh.it tht rr In u pri j-
iiill. i.'.
TIIKItK AI:K .ll.'i whm uf I'liMiminv
it 1 1 ii 1 1 r. Bay thi. uwlixli tx.haliui-i-
il 1 1 nr. Whrri-iiimn nt- nml ri't.ili
H't tl'iTP r MT.41J way r ii.onil
Mill il lIUIirUT, W IMM' ni-u
all. Itul vtti do not know huw many
tiny thi-ru Hte of nin'mllng u tlullar.
O
Kt IK TI1K AVKHAUK nmrrlril man
n inly miiin y la a lot nmre uncful than
ii ri'iitly I'X.nniH,
NKVKIl JI'lMIK a wiiiiiiin'B niltul
hy thu 1 1 in f It tuki her In make ll
up.
a
.lli: may haw hail it imitlf up all
the time.
- O-
A TKl'IIXIfAMTV In th.. law 1"
m.nulhiiia to pri-unt lu luw from
in'riimpllBhliiK lln It-Hal eml.
IXCKKASKII chltkin hlimrnlM m
llmil.inil t-rnvhiinii!!' the puiulnrli.v
it ii i. ml uf i Im Amt rlt'an niunl.-al com
.ily. IIiiSTuX H'OMKN ay two yiara ot
t'niirtMhli In i-nouah. Any woman ill
KoHlon who hail two yum of rnurt
In li wmilil get piiithtil for Muiailnu
the Hherman aft.
- O- - -
TIIK HKClUll In 'he county
vU,rk n ,,. of Uttr inj(.t llnil Cu
nil iiIko liaa ailiiiletl the polity ol
watchful waiting.
TIIK MKD1CAL profeaalon la aalit
tn approve of that Texua 4in),lni0,uui)
w a lei mi Inn crop.
O
i;XPIAXATIiX of the f"! that
there la no virtilatim report of Am
hiiMnttlor 1'aae'a aller-tllnner "tn-ern
in limlnn la that "thu apeeeh wan
niailit lau, In the evening antl n' vero
report of It taken." Mur-
tier! Homehotly pleaae hurry up iinu
expliiiii that explanation to the tee
total head of the atato department,
liiitli arape Juice illplnmacy ralienil
umli r Inalilloua lurca of St. Jam "T
O -
TIIK TAXiKI haa rearheil Ch.irlea
ton, S. '., whirl! tiidiiatea that It'a
ilei.ih la In 1hIU.
MA Ii Itl A1 K. any at'lentiata. la
i lire i-ll'e tor H ppetliiu-li ia. nut i.-i..i .
eiy from remittal m me virmiiurm
n ppi mlix la mui'h iiiu ker.
TIIK HAXD PAINTKU Kaatcr KK
Ih to he inui h In vnKue.
O
IN' fiUlu thej- have pini heil the
I leiiiii. I al I,- Htate i hiiirman fur run
lima a ptililu ity bureau. Xrxl In or
tier l a law tn prohlhlt the hlg hoaa
frmii anting In the corner of Inn club
tilth itninuttilH face and chewing a
long Muck laar. When we do that
(( jimj,,,,,,, ,lu4lt llult.n anil lhu
let I re
all liollllca froiii the public
printa.
- o -
WK IIKAI.I.Y didn't expert the He.
1-, in In aim to take our kilvlce.
Mode in Brief.
:
I'lcni edge frilling ia In demand fur
;i immiiig
Jet null hernia, liuntla, edging, all-uit-ra.
iii'iiiitnt-iila ami chaina of Jet
nr.. being it urn inr
apnng data appmuilf.
ri and mure at
The fiiur-in-hiiml la fitting finiati
tor tlm tuil.'ieil uamt wllh a ault
i uilar.
Ilnuil iiiu culiura are men on aume
uf Hie am artfiialci-a uf the early
h,r ng nuns.
In while g i a. ilu. there la nothing
uni nit. r Hum ihe while brocade,!
iineiiH .Nfti ark Newa.
Many Ilia come from Imbura blnml.
f'an't bat pure bbnnl With faulty
rt ki-i Inn. buy liver gnl alugglah
Imuela. Itiirdnrk Mbiud flllleto la
r-riiinin.nil'd fur atrengilirmnK Ihe
atiiinai h. In.wela and Iiii- purl-
fyig Htt i,i,id!
PRESIDENT WILSON'S FIRST YEAR
( n lallimlal Malcnn nt hy the
(in YYadneadHy nuilrnw Wllaun.
r hiilar. hiMiorlan nml aiateamiin, en
tered upon ihe i nml year of hit
r.rai term aa prealdet.t of Ihe Culled
Hlulea. Fp. per Iih b ho one, wuillil
hiivi- irntiiri-.l lu predli t one year ego
tlm brilliant reaulta which have aince
been achieved. Kur more than a gen
eration the people "f tula country
have been growing inure ami more
d i.!t lulled with the turinr and the
i urreiu y ayatem. Iie.plic Hiia Increna
lug diacoliteiit, nnt one atep una taken
toward breaking away frum the con
dition of things which followed th
t'ivtl war. That period uf American
hialory, which or gun tilth the Inaugu
ration of Abraham Lincoln In 1 H 1,
did not realty come tu a cloae until
the leln eiii.nl of William llowarit
Tali frum the White llouac. With
the npt'iilng nf the WiIbuii itdinlnlatra
linn a new erg In Anietlcun hlnmr a
tllBilntl and different from the war
pciiml, aa the latter win frum the
era of alatery agitation, npentd.
Thu tlmo had nrrlteil when the
prnhlcma created by the I'll II war lie
niiiiideil eiihitlun. I'litbr tho iiirin
aiatein which iirevalled prior to lsl
American coinnieree hud develoied
einirtnoiiBly, nml per cttit of the
currying trutlit of the I'lilted Htate"
wiia dune In American veaaela. After
the overthrow oT the t'orifedeni'-y. Ihe
Atnerltan ling hud dlHa,M.ureil from
the in-run, nml the ayatem of extreme
protection like that which wng adopt
ed by limit It r t lu lu lifter the r.vnlu
llun uf 1fii and abanduneil In IMH.
wua liiiul. the Mxed piillcy uf the I'lilt
id HI a tea. The excluding wull uf prn
lection erected by the Morrill lurlh
nf 161 wua atendily made higher nml
thirker. until Amerl.an mitnufucturera
nhinlneil a comiilrio monopoly of the
homo market, nml the coat of living
through this and other cuuaca. reached
an Iniolerulile limit.
Wllh the outbreak of the Civil war.
the olil-tlnie Amrilruu ayatent nf wl'd
rat and red dog curreiu y, and the free
lam (. rt-iiime of the Mate baiika brukr
down completely, nml that iicrraalty
which know a hn law compelled tlm
r real Inn of the, iiutmnal li.iniiine aya
tem evolved by that brilliant atalea
man, Juriat and llnancler. Sulinon I'
CIiiumi.. It Would iie expecting too
much of any ninn, however eminent,
tn Invent a ayatem of finance under
audi trying conditions which would
meet the iiermanent rniulrrmenta of a
great nitilon Ilka Ihe Cntted Hlatea.
KollowlnK Ihe restoration of pence
and vindication df American political
unit, thn national banking ayalrm de
vlaed by Cheae gTgiliially proved nmre
and mure utiaulted to the commerciiil
needa nf the country. Kverybndy
knew that the ayatem bud. but no
une ventured to gngxeat i.r provide a
remedy. Finally the national mon
etary cominlKBlon wu created to In
MHligale the currency ayateina if
ICnrope, and In tha light of thr In
mnrlra to frame a meiiaure which
Great Trials
John Peter Zenger
TIIK trlit I of John I'tter Zenger
In l'.'j resulted In Ihe eatub
Usbing of a free press in Am
erica. It was the first trial In this
country of a charge of lili'l uguinnl
ihe goieinmcn'.. Zenger wua one
of Anicricu's iloiieer ncwstiuper edi
tors, and the fuel Issue uf hla peri
odical, called Ihe "New York Weekly
Journal," appeared on November 6,
ITJ.V and he continued printing and
piibllHhlng It until the fulluiiing Jan
uary, when the chief Just nr. James
de Iilney. charged hlin with having
printed seditious libel.
Thire was u Jiiller controversy
waging between Oovernor Crosby ami
the people of the province of New
York. Thu legislature and Ihe coun
cil hud been brought under the In
fluence of the governor, and the
higher courts of law were also an
modeled al tn be Instruments In the
hands of the government against the
ieo pie The ny resource of thi
people wua In the press.
The chief Justice, at the instigation
of the governor, endeavored In vain
to prevail upon the grand Jury to In
dict Zcnuer. The council then pro
nounced four of Zenger Issues to be
"liilhr, sciitiilaloiia. matlcloua und se
ditious libels, " and ordered them to
be burned bv the common hangman.
The order wi s read In the court of
llialler sesitimis. but the mugiM rates
would nut suffer It to be entered. The
sheriff cu used the paper to be burn
ed by his ml. .re, servant
Zenger was then arrested by order
.f ihe council und thrown Into Jail.
Ills Iricnds procured H writ of ha
lieu corpus. I. iii the bull uaa placed
so hl.-h that he cnuld nut procure il.
While he was thus lying In Juil the
Judges tried ug .in to get bltn Indlei
cd. but u ll limit success. The iiilnr
hey gent-mi thru charged bun l.y 1 1) -Itiriiiuimn
fur a iiilsdemcunnr In
printing the libels. Twu pupuiur
leader James Alexander and Wil
liam Km It h. undertook the defense of
Ze tig i-r, but, taking exception to the
Jur'.adli tm n of the court, they were
summarily railuiled in nil pr.uliclng
in the ii.nrt and their tiiunea were
stricken frum the roleg of th at
torneys. This hlgh-haniU'd procedure fright
ened other New York lawers, bu'.
Zi iiger' frit mis had remorse to u
renirtly oiilih ployed ef led mil. They
engaged the services of a I'hlluili I
phm lawyer, Andrew llaniillon, who
was a lelebrutrd buriist.-r. about kii
year of age. Th admirable way in
whlih he liantili'd the case, and hi
success in having the prisoner acquit
ted la rerpuns'lde fur the oft -limited
saying, "It lake a Philadelphia
law yer."
"When the trial ram on Kenger
had been in priaun many tnniii hs.Tlie
first pnliit In be Ju Jk' d tna Hint h
All;ltl(' ll XKKH if Man Ii T.)
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would Rive tn t Ii le cntinlry thai cur
rency ayatem which If luia never in
aeaaed before, but which It tnuat have
now If It would racnpe the permanent
eilla of periodic piinlra uinl deprra
aluiia of trade The it-aull la ton re
cent to renulre recital. The nallntinl
tnohetury I'ommiaBlon'a pi'iipoaala were
prnmptly rejected by cuiiK rea. and
there nna tin one In the White limine
piiBNi-aMing the llittuence to evolve pna
Illy reaulla nil nf tbla unfurl unute
chaoa. It remained fur I'leaident Wll
(u.n In take hold of thla utmolied prob
lem of hla pretleceaaora and aectire
priu tl. al legla'atlun from a congreaa,
luiili hnu fiea of which were controlled
by the members of Ihe aaine politliul
parly aa hime!f.
Klrat Ihe tariff nml later the cur
rency were taki n up, and after nearly
eight mnntha of dlaciiaalun both mea-
nrea were enacted Into law. Theae
two trliiiii.hi. both achieved within a
year, would au'llce to make any nd
mlnlatrntlon fmever nirniorniile In
American history. What especially
makes these two measures of flint
iIhbs Importance la the Increaalnit
probability that neither will be re
pealed, and that the turitT and the
curreni')- "111 remain aiming the aet
tied iUeatluna In thla country for an
Indefinite period to collie,
I'resldent Wilson and hia aupporu-rs
In congress now have taken up the
trust iiuestion, about which there l
a marked diversity of opinion. The
live bills which have been christened
"The Five It rot hers" have been strong
ly criticised by leading business men,
who mat he accepted as authority on
such mutters. Cndouhteiliy. they
ought nut to be liaised In their orig
inal form, and In all likelihood when
they hate run the gauntlet of con
gressional discussion, like the earlier
currency anil tariff bills, these mobs,
una also will he moulded Into proper
shape anil receive an endorsement m
emphatic and general a that which
has been given to the tariff and cur
reney laws.
There remains the very Important
iiii'htiuii of agricultural land biinki
and It may be assumed that In due
time this pressing need of the farm
ers of the country will be met by the
cri-atiun of a ayatem uf llnani lal In
stil ii t l.i tin which shall serve all the
needs for ugrlcull ural credits which
have heretofore proved m avrinua
drawback to American farmers. Per
haps never before In the history of
the I'nlted states have so many burn
ing iUestlona been precipitated Into
the arena of discussion as during the
first year of I'resideut Wilson. In fore
the second year, which opened on
Wednesday, cornea to a close. It may
be assumed that everything which now
clamors fur legislative t unhide ration
will b.i cleared from the nil ml. if.
Thla la & record whh h no previous
president, fur reaaons which were b.
yond human control, has been able u
Inscribe on the wigcs of history.
of History
did print and publish the papera, and
tho next that they were libellous. The
Junior counsel for the tlefi tulunl pro
posed to contest the first point, but
Hamilton overruled hi in anil, ac
knowledging the printing and publi
cation, bnldiy threw himself nil th
other point, and took the ground thut
he hud printed and published no
more than every rree-born British
subject hud a right to print and pub
lish. Hamilton's ns a masterly appeal.
He wua frequently interrupted by the
attorney general und the chief Jus
tice endeavored to cut him short,
taking the ground thut the Jury had
no other duty to perform than lo
find the fuel nf thn printing and
publishing, which Hamilton had ad
mitted, and that it was for the court
to adjudge Ihe libel.
I'pnn the cuirl asserting tin
llumillon deliberately turned to the
Jury and addressed hla argument lo
them, showing It wua their right, und
privilege ami duly, lu place Ilium
elves between the court and the c ill
sen, and to protect the latter ajulnat
such a claim as Ihe former. He
proved that they were the Judge of
the law a well us of the fuel. Hint
the whole case was in their hands,
and that they ought not to relinquish
any part of it to the court. In that
argument the sovereign power of
the people, of whom the jury were
Ihe representatives, first came forth
in complete manifestation In Ameri
ca, perhaps It might be suld In the
world.
The Jury returned a verdict of "not
guUly" in ihe very teeth of an au
ihortiullte charge from the chief Jua.
lice ugulnat the defendant. The de
cision nf Ihe Jury wus received with
hunts of applause. Thr Judges
threatened to imprison th promolera
of tilt h a disorderly proceeding, but
the people were tun much excited lo
hear the voice of uiuhoilly. A son
of Admiral N'nrrt rose and culled
for a renewal of the shooting, which
wits continue.-! and could not be re
pressed. Hamilton, who would re
ceive no compensation for hi erv
Ice. wa borne In triurcph front the
court room. He wa rarrl.d to a
festive entertainment whlrh re
peated by. the city authorities lo-fur"
his return to I'hlludelphla. The com
mon ciuinril presented hlni with th
freedom of Ihe city, the rertlfl.-ule '
whlih was enclnsid in a splendid gold
box pun based by subscription and as
he stepped lull a hnrgp. on h'.g de
parture from New Y'nrk. there as n
tutiile of artillery'. Um-rrtmr Morris
asserted thut Hamilton's argument
and the result nf th trial or Zenger,
were "th gem of American free,
d'im. the morning star of nur
liberty."
Fur tan, call HI Kuuro. riion IT.
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.ttcvivju oi .Mice
and Embroidery
ooo-oo-oo oox
Embroidered tullam und ruffs hum
arrived and are suld to lie the fore
runner of a revival of embroideries
on silk and woolen Hint" mils. This
niethud of trimming has been rele
gated to the Inn ligriniutl fur st'terul
seasons, but Is brought forward In
the Bill il lire styles together with luce.
Tin-In two varieties nf trimming
huvo been supplanted by tulles, lurs
and fi-iithera but, I .relume of the
hurilships whlih this bruught lu luce-muki-rs
and ihe it hole lat e und em
broidery Industry, mi effort, which
seem tn be aiicceasf III. ha been
made o bring this much -a dm I red
work once inure into prominence.
When one style Is advanced 3 h' other
I sure to be. fur luce and embroid
ery a I tin is go hand In hand.
Madame Im Mode Is not sn capri
cious as she sometimes appears to
be; there s usually u rctiaoit fur tho
styles whlih nre brought out. and thi
of furnishing wurk to lai c muki-rs In
many parts uf the world will appeal
to women everywhere. In countrie
where lunch luce Is mudc the pntrl
otlc reeling Is strungly amused, uni'
winni'ii who can afford to satisfy their
deire for rino Inces plan to make
them even nmre f.ihhlotinlilc than
ever before.
No trimming Is so rtlhtinctly femin
ine aa luce and embroidery. and
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the money is in perfect safety; his or her affairs
are kept systematic illy and privately; much time,
trouble and inconvenience can be saved by paying
bills by check; and e a check is a legal receipt af
ter it has been cashed, there is no possibility of
paying the same bill a second time.
Accounts are invited in any amount and we
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Owing to our present limited
quarters we were compelled to
warehouse the bulk of our fur
niture and in order to reduce
our stock, Removal Bale Prices
Still Prevail.
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Furniture, Carpets, Er&periej
and Stoves.
, nuililnu can be mure becoming to th"
average wunin.i. which always Rue
tar in bringing Joy with their ap
pearance. I iresniiikeis have iil-
I ready begun the uso of these trlnt
mlnrs, nml the pattern of the em
. broidery used show considerable run-
trust with the bright Ilnlgai Ian tints
of n year iiK'N end Ihe big rluwers of
preiiy cj'un-il alllts are very different
from son! of the design which,
fislil.in sinl.'-'i upon at that time.
.'Illver and gold thn-iula are uaml lu
on' line Hie., rintver ami In the ccn
ter Is n br.sbl spot lo shnwr the heart
or Ihe flower.
This, like till other styles ailvani i d
by fanbion leaders, rrmnlna to In
either licceptcd or reeced by the
ronrt of the hltihesl uppenl the Wo
men of the country, but one may eas
ily hiiXiiiil the guess that in on cffurl
in ma I ke the luce and cmbrodcr,--makers
happy Madame .a Mode will
aln make womankind In genera'
happy over a revfvul of these beau
tiful trimming.
Kvert bnily'a friend lir. ThomaB'
Kcleellc Illl. the great household
remedy for toothache, enracbe. sure
throat, cuts, bruise. s aid-. Hold at
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