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TIIE EVENING ITIRAID, AtBTJOTJEliaUE, W. II., THTJIISDAY. JUNE 11. 1914.
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Declares Lydia E. Pinkham'i
Saved Her Life
Shamrock, Mo. "I feel It my ;uty
to tell U public the ctimlltion of mv
i health before using
1 your medicine. 1 had
J tion and cungvsliun,
II em a I Weakness,
twins in both sidea.
I backaches ami bear
ing duwn tiains. was
I short o f mi-morir.
j nervous, Impatient,
passed tier pi fit
Inlffhtl. and had
J neither strMnirlb nnm
wiry- There waa always fear and
ilreail in my mind. I had cold, nervous,
weak spells, hot Hashes over my body.
I had a place n my right aids that was)
so sore that I could hardly bear tho
weight of my clothes. I tried medicines
and doctors, but they did ms little Rnod,
and I never expected to jret out stfain.
I Itut l.ydia K. I'inkham't VeReUliks
Compound and blood lurtner, and I cer
lalnly would haveUen In irrave or in an
asylum If your medicines had not saved
me. Hut now 1 can work all day, sleep
Well at nlg-ht, eat anything I want, havs
no hot flashes or weak, nervous spells.
All pains, aches, fears and dreads are
irons, my hMise, children and husband
arc no longer neglected, as I am almost
entirely free of the bad symptoms I had
before taking your rmedies. and all is
pleasure ami happiness In my home."
Wrs. Jomik Ham. K. V. I). 1. Ho jsj,
Jf yuu want special advloo write
I.yUlii K. I'lnkliain MfMllclue C'k,
CASEofMrsJIAM DOrMUGDUinYTO STATE BOSSING THE
BUILDING OF 12
VOTE SATUHDAY Of.
N'Hmi It. Swan.
Nelson l(. xwan, for the nnt ten
yeais a resident i.r Albuii:criue. ami t
Imminent if -I I imiie dealer, il 'it
liillf utl three h i Ini H tcsterday nfler
liooll, aged Jl y.ars. Mr. HwHtl SUC-
iiiiili.il in riineer if the moiriach alter
un operation reiitly pcrfoimid hid
t.ilil In .rr.nl I ho disease A name
i t Ohio, Mr Swan is n i.in in. iil 1 v
Identified wi.h r.'iil estate mtitity n
I hlii l ily since coming hci,. (en y. nr
.".i fruni Washington. Uhlu. Me i
survived I iy Inn wife, s Son, William
Swan nf IViim. Holder, i'hI., and two
daughters, Mrs. X. T. Vrr of Albu
iinriUf, uml Mm. lienriie Fleikn T,
whose hmiie U In I'allfi.rnia.
The funeral will liike place tumor
tnw. Friday afternoon hI 3 oihuk
trmii the I'irsl MeihoillHi church, 'il
which deceased un acute mem
lr llev. C II. Ileckmnn, Ihe pa-dor.
will i .iniliK t Ihe service, llilerni.'lil
Kill lie In Kail view cemetery.
TO SAVE EYES
) I lie OIic't nf TliU I'rre PrcM-rlp.
(bin Try It If Vmir !-:
t.lte Vim Tremble.
ThiiiieiimlM nf pei.ile seffer frin
eye troubles because tin V Uu nut
know what tn iln. Thet ktiuw some
good home remedy for every ulher
minor iiilini-nt. loil imne fur their
eye troubles. They neslei t Iheir
nil, lieiaile the ttnul'le I nut nf
fli li nt tu ilrlve lliem to nil eye le
ilalinl. hn . m lil. uliywuv. itlarK'
I hem n heavy fee A a Iniit resort
they so to an oiiIi Ihii or to the live
uml li nn ill store, nnil ofieni inirs
Hit sliiMws tlmt they tin nut nee. I. or
Mhli'h. lifler lielng Useil IK'I il three
month, tin their etc more Injury
Ihnn Kmul Here li u slinple pre-
M'riilloii I hut i very une ehmilil ne:
stains iitomi (I l.ilili-ll.
3 ounces Water.
tHe three or four limes a liny t
lnthe the eyee This iresiriitlnn
anil Ihe simple iituiia rylem keeps
the etes clean, shurpens thj vlnlun
un.l tiuii kly m en nines Inflammation
ami IrriiMtion; wpuk, watery, over
wurkeit, lireil eyes am) other similar
trouliles are greatly heneflleil ami
iifteritlmes cureil . hy lis ini'. Many
reports show Ihul wearere of sliisses
hove ills'ariletl them after a few
weeks' use. Il la sihmI fur the eyes
anil cunlniiis no Inareillent which
woulil Injure Ihe most sensitive eyes
nf an Infant or Ihe ated. Iliiiie's
Iriin. store or any lruieit s'i fill
this .re ilpilon promptly. Try II
ami know for once what real eye
Leading: Road Building: Coun
ty of 6tate Will Probably
Add $50,000 to itt $100,000
I...S Cilices, N. M., June In. The
Soi il ruaits fiilhusLmls of llon.i Ann
tuiinly which menus prai'tically the
enure population are lonSHm fur
ttanl to another reioril Vole when
I hey Ku to the pulls un rliiluri'ay. Juh
1J. (in that tlulv I lie nullity tides nn
lis second Imnd issue lor ronil pur
posen. this lime In the sum ol fiO.ilo'l.
A year and a half iiKo the cuunly BP
pruved, tiv u record tide, n road Imnd
l..ti of $ Kiii.iiiiii, the srealrr part d
whii h has nuw iiri n eupcnded on the
coiihlruiiloii of nr.ivel loads which, sc.
cording to Ihe opinion or Hlale Kn
rliieer French are the hest ruads In
Ihe : . Ilavlnti had this tasie of
heller hlKhways, Ihe piopli. nf the
inunly have found hv experience what
letter rimu nivun. In many IimhIi
lies Ihe f.itnnrs are tuulltiK Iheir
crops t'h telly alfalfa for ulioiil Ml
per cent or lean nf what It formerly
cost In aet thein In the railroad. Knr.il.
I I i 11 ti tow n mure frequently, snd
I UMinesa In the towns has tnilo.wl
sreaily since the heller roads w'e
Ini it. Xi ll.ies la ndtcrttaltie; Ihe pr -
retsite ep.rlt of trig county mure ili:i
lis good load. k'or this nanoii, ihe
clilscns i I Ihe ciiuntv are anxious lo
iirot tin. second lioinl issue lor
I iU UUii on which they vole next week.
New ltis.il io iN-mliig. .
The liona Ana county hoard has
i oinplei.il arransemeni for the roii
slriMlon of Ihe new nir line road lie
iween lis ( rues ami liemins. due t
coopeinlloii with the I. una county
ronil hoard. A InrgH pari nf I his rund
has slready iH-en sraded from liem
ins lo Hi liona Ann couniy line, nnd
williln the ) K t In il.im the road will
'e .'oniplel "d I i nn air line lo I.ts
rtii. es. This will lirliiK the co mcr
ital I.UilchlK of I .us ('iii.es and ln-ni.
.ii;r li lo nun li closer touch uml will
wi.rk. lo the interesls nf holh i-air.-lles.j
The roml will he constructed hv
(i irti'-tor uml sraders. and ihe run
lor ihe rout Is now lie Inn laid out t.v
county road Kimlncer Meriwether.
BUYS JEW ROAD
Lots of Work Beinjf Done by
County Road Board on
Highways Into Western
mi BO DGES
Structnres in Several Coun
ties Now Under Way Under
Supervision of the State
Han In Fe. X. M , June !. The stnt,.
enmneers office ill present la luinxfiu
construction of twelve lindm s In vai
lous counties In New Mexico. Con
tracts have Just been lei for Islu of
ttire,. brldses to be built for lluad.i
lupe couniy, one lit I'ucilo do l.tini
Mini another at Anton dip o; conntrui
lion also Is under way or In hesln nt
rncM in Hucorro, Mora, San Juan and
Handovnl on hridses over which the
stale has supertislun. The locution
for a hrldse over the Vermejo In I'm.
fax county was staked out hy the en
Itlneer's assistant, Hat ties HowrM. last
MlTllT I.KT Milt XKU
H Jt 4-OIATV Kill IM. V
Axlec, X. M . June X. The coiiaiv
riuntiilHSlnner at Iheir meelinii hit'
last week opened the hide fur i on-
Hlriiclton of n steel lirldke across lh"j
mouth nf l.a I'lata river. The fol
lowing liids ere received: Midland
llridKe 'o . f I.r. 3 4 ; Omaha llrtdee I'o ,
I4.7tl. Kiaxier 1 raves. It. (II I; T K.
I'etersun. t . Kd Foster, I: I no
for the till. siproui'hes and piers, ex-'
elusive of the steel Work. tety I'oii
slrucilon Co., I4.r.t)ll.
The Inst named firm was nwnrdet
Ihe contract, Ihe specifications callliix
fur it si .-el Mian of t:u feel, resiiiiK 'n
This liriilRc will he en Ihe stale
hialiway l.ent. n San Juan counlv mid
The Cullup Hi punlli an says:
Work on Ihe couniy roads Is prv
KnsBins linely under the management
of the couniy road hoard of which
Mr. c. C. MannltiK of Ihis city Ix
chairman, over M"'t0 In money wis
collided as year road lax ant
this sum Is lielnir expended In the pur
chase of n new lame six-horse itradi'r
and other necessary eiiiliment and
for lalior and inaterial necessar)' :"r
repulrin the hrulses and grading- Ihe
roads where ever It la thought the
greatest amount nf good can he done.
Several new cut off have heen sur
veyed nnd In as fur as pnsailde the
work la dune to Improve what will he
Ihe permanent "National llighwavi"
within M.K'inley county, and l.y co
operating with oiher county road
hoards and with Indian service It is
hoped tn extend the good roads system
tn the surrounding towns fur whi n
Oallun la a natural supply point.
To Iruproye Milpna-k Hoad.
Puperiiiiendent Shellon of the Hhln
rnck Indian agency gives the Inform i.
linn thai he has asked fur nn app-o-prlatlon
of ..'iIhi to improve the road
between Khiprock and I la Hup. This
sum expended hy Superintendent Shel.
..n will mean a ri le piece of road as
II is already In pretty fair condition.
County Road Board Has Built
76 Miles of Road in Eight
Months and Results Arouse
liemiiHi, X. M , June 10. Knthused
iiy the work done hv (lie co-unllv runt
l.o, iid within Ihe past elKlit months,
during which aeventy-Nix miles nf new
ri.ud hn,. heen liullt, I .u ml counlv
people are taking actively l.i the pro
iisition lo bond the county for I Mi, una
toi needed rood const ruction. The -suits
nhtiiliied lit liona Ana counlv
with its tlrst hund IsMie of 1 nil, nan
has helped creute f ivorslile sentiment
for a hund Issup here, nnd If II Is s'i'i.
milled there la thought to he littr
(louht that ihe hund Issue will cany
The counlv now has a complete road
building equipment and nil It needs tn
continue Ihe successful road campaUti
IhwrtiesM Cannot lie Cun-il
by local applications, as they cannot
reach the diseased portion of the i.ir.
There Is only one way to cure deit
iicsa, and that la hy constitutional
I' ll eillcs. 1 leaf n ess is . uued Iiy an
inrlained condition nf the mucous ll.i
I n i. of the Kuslachi.in Tube. Wh-n
thin tune I Inllamnied vnu have n
rumbling sound or Imperfect hearing,
nnd when It is entirely closed, lieaf
ness Is Ihe result, and unless the In
flammation can be taken out and this
tube restored to Its normal condltlui,
hearing will be destroyed forever: utile
cases out of ten are caused by Catarrh,
whb h la nm bins but an Inriamiiie I
condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give One Hundred tillnrs
for nnv case of Deafness (caused by
catarrh) thai cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure. Hend for cir
'. J. CHKXF.Y CO.. Toledo, Ohio.
Sold by nrugglsts, IT.e.
Take Hall's Family Tills for ronsti.
London Financier Believes
Fixed Gold Reserve Deposi
tories Would Give Protec
tion to All Nations.
THINK $15,000,000 AT
SIX CENTERS SUFFICIENT
New Currency System of Unit
ed States Held to Be of
Small Direct Influence on
Commerce of the World.
t'arls, June II. The new federal
reserve act will Iniioduce greater
flexibility Into the fnuiii. lal system
of the l ulled Stales, but il will have
only a small Indirect, if not negligi
ble effect Internationally, according
to F. F. Hegg of the Chamber of
Commerce of lauulon. who addressed
Ihe Inleriuilloniil Congress of Cham
bers of Commerce here today, urging
some sort of International monetary
reserve to ward off panlis.
International machinery, he said,
should be set up through Ihe great
bunks, whereby there should be
maintained nt tarloun points resertes
of gold for use In times of punic. "A
tommiltee of Ihe glial banks," he
said, "would In event of a piinii
led n stream of gold Inwards
"Judging by the effect which Ihe
movement nf a moderate hIiiiiiuI of
gold h ig under moderate eund:llotis
either to create or allay anxiety. I
am nf the opinion that 1 1 .'i.il.oi.iina
held (il emh of six large financial
centers fir the eiiilv al.-ut In bullion
of local gold coin Wolitil be sllfllcietlt
lor practical purposes. This cold
would be specially sel apart uml lo l l
nlusivcly for the purposes of the
propoecd plan. We should have by
Ihls means n fund of I'.oi.O'mmmiii nl
wns available for the :iurpoHes of
the scheme 1 .et It be observed that
the lir. liiiu.diMi which would by hy
pothesis be lodged nt th point of
disturbance, should Ihnt point be one
of Ihe places Included In Ihe scheme,
would be n vn liable at once ft would
form a species of fiunncl.il 'first nld'
and could be released Immediately to
relieve Ihe pressure"
rent Hrllnln, Frnnce, fiermnny.
the Colled States, Itiissin nnd Austria
were the countries suggepted for par
ticipants In the plnli and a commit
tee consisting of a representative
fiom each would be empowered by
n ma tor Hy of votes to control nbso
lulely the J.spnsitinn of Ihe special
reserves nf gold.
STANDING ARMY IS
SOURCE OF HUGE
Austro Hungarian Govern
ment Faces Bankruptcy as
Result of Effort to Keep
Pace With World Arms-ment.
Try HERALD wtit Ad
Thona I. Red llsrn. til W. rnppar
(r first -clans hacks and egrrtsisa.
W. I Trimble Co.
Vienna, June 1 1 The AUNtm-Hun-garlan
taxpayer has become gravely
alarmed over the tact that the mili
tary estimates for the coming year
are nearly double the army and nuty
expenditure of seven years uo.
From gntrrnmciit sources there have
come freijuent assertions that rela
tions with other countries are iiiokI
peaceful mid amicable. If this be
true, the people uie wondering why
the government comes forwurd with
a military hmlKet which cniil.l not In
much greater If the empire was nn
Die verge of war
The sum asked by the minister nf
war Is 1X. nun, oiii. The army wunta
White Linen or Crepe is the Last word in style,
when accompanied by White footwear
Its perfectly natural' then for you to expect to get
the white footwear here. Just now we have some
very exceptional values in the famous Sea Island
Duck. Many shapes and varieties are made in white
this year. We have the very choicest of a large
selection at very low prices.
I IK.. lUiil.iiiitl. while Ihe navy will get
ulong with t.'lit. nun. nun. The remain
ing t:i.".. nun. nun will be spent on Ihe
lutltliii and reserve forces. heven
VeaiH ago Ihe total budget for the
three branches of pert ice amounted
to only I'.ifi. una, nun, a sum consider
ably b-ss than is now demanded for
Ihe army alone.
The popular protest Is thai Ihe ad
vance Is utterly uul of proportion to
the normal Increase In the nation s
financial and commercial wealth, but
the most diKiuei ing feature Is that
the -present budget contain no ex
traordinary Items, go there Is no
reason to expect that next year's es
timate wi'l bring tiny relief.
At the time of the war scares, (lut
ing Ihe annexation of lloanlii In IStH
and during Ihe more recent llalkall
wars. Ihe ministry i f war took ad
vantage of the munition to procure
everything that was needed lo brim,
the in my up to i high state of el'l
i lenev, nnd enormous sums wire
spent on two moliillwiioiis The lal i
of spending then Innuguiuwd seems
to have been kepi up. and i.ich S'l '
'reding budget has been larger thin
the one before. Immense sums have
been put into new guns and t' clinic Jl
eipiipment for the engineers .i'iiI Held
While il is contended that the gen
eral increase in the cost of labor ami
millet nils has much lo do with the
increasing budgets. Ihe press bus
lately been discussing the influence
exerted by the ting of llialiuf jctai. l '
of steel and armaments. ,
Klme Austria. Hungary starlet' to
build ships of Ihe lireudiieughl type
three years ago, ihe luxnayeis have
been astonished In find that ilp-se
are costing many millions more ihaii
warships of similar sixe nnd power
built by llermany and lireat lirilain I
Ihe Iron and steel and other mater
ials employed are all considerably
dearer than in the other two coun
tries named. It is charged Hint the
government Is being held up by a
ring of manufacturers. Sliue It Is
the settled policy of the turloiis gov
ernment departments not lo buy any
thing outside the country if II can be
obtulned In Austria-Hungary, It has
been difficult to find u remedy fur
Apparently the manufacturers' ring
constitutes a very powerful organiza
tion. The shareholders Include many
influenlal and exalted persons. The
shares in une of the principal ship
buildings concerns have risen lit the
pnst few years from Isu to list", nil
increase ((f iUuo per cent.
f f GOftTO
Sharp Criticism in Parlia
ment of Treatment Accord
ed Fifteen-Year-Old Boy by
U. S. Authorities.
. Christiana. June 11. Treatment
of Norwegians at the immigration
station at Kills Island, New York,
has lain r.-civli.g criticism in par
liament. Several members of tlie
sloiihlng have made speeches In
w hich they cited Inula in of IP
treatment of Norwegian immigranta
under detention there mid tho for
eign minister was asked pointedly
what he intended lo do about It.
The dls.iii.sion arose from the
story recently published here of a
la-year-old boy, who was detained
at Kills Island for a whole mouth
before he Wiui sell! back to Norway
Il was asserrvd thai he was kept
prisoner and that only one of several
lei tits whbh he wrote ever reached
The protesting members In parlia
ment did not criticise the Immigra
tion laws nt the 1'nlled Hlutcs, but
they ijnutcd that .Norwegians de
tained under these laws should be
M Thlen, in answer to the Inter
pellations. ifUoted some of lh most
Important sections of the American
Immigration acta and said that too
often Ihe Norwegian emigrant failed
o comply with Ihe regulatiutis be
cause of Ignorance. lie ugreed Ihul
there were ciutcg of exceptional se
terity and cited that f a Norwegian
woman and her four children who
were detained because Ihe paper by
which her futher-lti-law guaranteed
that the family would not become a
public charge was dated a e.ir be
fore Iheir arrival. Phe was allowed
lo enter while her case was on ap
peal, after her relatives had raised
I Mill bail for each child, tun in the
meantime one of the children died
In Ihe hospital through cureless
treatment, according to charges to
Ihe Norwegian legation III Washing
Ion. The minister pointed out what a
difficult situation the Culled MaK't
has to face, with thousands of Imiiil
grants, a great many of whom went
lllllerale, cniiKianily pouring Into li r
gales lie I Ion ugleeil that the I'm -eign
ollbe should gel full Informa
tion about the trenlmenl of Noitve
gians at Film Island whbh should
be published. Willi entrails lioiil
Ameilcan immigration laws, warning
Norwegians of the risks they run in
attempting in enter the I nitsd
A Handy Siilelilule.
"John." asked Alary, "what la a
.'A synonym." said John. . "-s the
word ou use when you can't spell I be
Kr. Raflaad Writes Interesting
Letter oa Hi Subject.
Madlion Heights, Va.-Mr. Ch.i. A.
Ragland, ol tin place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedlorrt'i Uiack-Dnuhl
lor indigestion, and olher sicmach troub
les, also colds, and. find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught lor a lew
days, I always leel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit ol stomach, and a feeling ot full
ness aller eating, ace sure Symplon-, ol
stomach trouble, and should be given Hie
proper treatment, as your strength nnj
health depend very largely upon youi
iood and its digestion. '
To get quick and permanent relirl
from these ailment, yuu should ULe
t medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of Just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedtord's Hlack
Dtaught. Sale, pleasant, gentle, in actum,
and without bad after-elfects, it is sute
to benefit both young and old. For s.ile
everywhere. Price Zc. n c xa
Mr. Jack Isn't Strong for Tango Tea.
BY J. SWINNERT0N.
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