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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. If., MONDAY, JULY 6. 1914.
The Evening Herald.
TIIK MKMMI 111.11 St. I. IM".
fll"l'!K H. VAU.IANT. Mammer
II II. IIKNIM1 r.illlor
ruhllaheil etrry afternoon ex
rr Sun.hiy. ul li'4 North ri oihl
Kirccl, AIIuM'r'UP. N. M.
l:ntereil wrotirt-i Ihkh matter
M the ii ll' ul Allnnin'tjiu
N M.. Uli'ler I he Ai t nf March 3.
one month hy mull or carrier .&'
tine wick hv currier l.'.c
cm ye.tr hy mall or carrier
in ftilMin IS. till
tluslne I llice. . .
Kd 1 1 or in I liooma. .
WIIII.K Mr Hoiley la hi I. w
l l.'M'ci hn.K li' Hej'uMi
i4ii tri'thcm fur a admire
dial. In I he. rl) r if t. state .e I'll
nmry, ul which the rink mill II iv of
ltruhi Hfi olei tun have chain e
nl riri Ihcir wialif i.r rtgnr.1
I he ran.lnhitt-, the liemia rata are
l.io. t-eitins: with mi ki.ri NKlnn of
t tit Ir wlrhm In muntv ami ie. lint
lritnarie n. the tainiiaiKii hun l -
tl). fount) n Imam huve heen
relied In t'havea hurt F.'l ly tounina
1. 1 he hehl AuRuvt 4 an. I . relo(
tlvely. Ml which IIim l.et..e will
i ho me ilelegate fruin earn rr.'lii.'t
lo cuunly i .invent iona, tn i held An.
HUM lllh. At theae rnjnty ri.nven
tlons the men whu have retelvt'il the
Urirnl unrulier of vote as randiilatr
for the leaiahiture lll lw riiiirinl
mid made the candidate, while lln
tloleitnte ihnwn to Ihc slate conven
tion In thl rlly will he lnMlrint.nl to
voir lor the runitulatra tor roiiifre
end for Hint,. Mir.lt who rerelve
ih InrgcHl niiiiihcr of vote In th
irln;ni. The t hnl. e of the landl
dale for coiiKriM ' a elinl.le, illicit.
bnllotltiK system. In nit rlahl up to
Ihe rnnk and file, of the voter. The
man who Beta thr deli-sale from
then enuntle will be the chnl'-e of
th. rnnk unci file
Tim system whh li him hern In ue
In thene unit olH r New Mi-men coun
ties by the li.-ino.rul fur several
yearsv u'lnliiiK the olil, hosa-rlil
den yiiem Mill In use hy the tteiiiiti
Itrans I no simple, no fair und
American lint It I a murel thut in
telligent men of uny jmrty in any
county will stand for any other ay
teiii; and imrtlcul.irly for a tem
which make it inlhle to ram down
their throats a candldnli for whom
they have no desire- When the l
ile of a larao section of a Htiitu u'l.'l't
a primary ayatein lor lhemnelveii, anil
put It Into effective oliclntli.il. II fl
out a law. and merely from aenae of
lairri and JuMUe. it in tunc thai
the Kne wiik miiillid Htt u worU
itiK primary law.
TIIK KXTKXT tr ;oVKItVMI,NT
AIU'IIIV Fur Klonhnhnweneii,
I he ofrVlal 'iutiicution ol
the I'riikHiuii nunlJilry ot
puhlic work, him Hk'um Imnieil It"
oinplhitioii of the railway milt ugc
MfttlHtlc of the world. hoKlnK
rnllcane of iHilwayn owned hy gov
rnmeritii nnd hy private i nmpum
for the viarn I'M) nnd I'll.' I.liin
iimtiiig th" ixtciiolve tahli'M of de
tailed flpiiriH. which nre printed In
full in the current number of the
Knilwiiv Age-i Juxctte eoiiie inicr'mnm
t.ti tn concerning govt riitiicnt owner
Hhl of rullwavK arc nhowri Thu
Inlilca ehuw I hut of the total lliilc.iwc
of the world f"r lU b;.:i7
mileji, private fumjiaiilcii i wned t'lt.-
' milt-it. or lit pf r n ut, nnd gov
ernment!! owned ;'tl fiM imlen or 3
per cent In I'M I the total iml' iiiti
wue I.llf. i.f wbiih pnaie n. Til
punica ow ned 4 .'.!.. I . (Jr n per
tent i.nd gm t-rn mt-ii tn l'.it TiM. or
SIS per icilt In 1IH0 th- lol.il
to 1 1 cm nc a- f :KII uii'l th.- riVMle
I'lnpniiK a owned t '.u ll'. V ur 70 ,'.7
per ct ni. wh'lc gov crnim-nth owneil
I a 7 . ! M' . or :t.l per ccnl. An com
pared Willi till' lltl flKlircK thele
w an Increuxe in Itie total imUaKC
of the woild of :t .'..:'. milt it, of wlili h
the IncrtMM of government owned
mileage Hal .'u, lhal of the I'll
vale owned railway being 1.7 u 7
mill! A u llia'ter i,( (a t however,
there ha not Keen an inic Vi rh.inge
in the proportion of private to ulatc
railway ownemh.p In tint period an
thee fleurea (Mm lo 'nduiite. It
Will recalled thut lAtit liiileu of
railway in Memo mr included umler
! railway, wln-nm In 111 and
!1U tin iiiiIi.hkc wu cirdiled to the
(cmpanie. A mujorlty of th1' rlmk
of the National Kailwaa of Mriim
i owned by the Mexican government
and hua bren alnce befora the 1 H 1 0
t oiripiliitmn made. The Irailnfer
of nea'lv H.iMiu ii.iieu of iinea in Mm
ho from the private to the atate col
umn Would have liiada lha percent
age of privately owned railway In
lln :.: per cent Inclcud of 7t 17.
ml In lull. K per tent.
Arthlv fur KlarnbalinwM.n atatea
lhal although n.nai f i figure are
derived fium the ortbial aoiircr
where they were available. It hu
been obliged tu depend 'n part on
Unofficial fijuiei. and that lu com
pilation miikifi no pictcnar of ahrio.
lute M' i in icv. but in onlv Intended lo
Kh"W the llplolltia'e propoKlon of
gt.iit' and priviilr railwaa
The Kiia'rl Im tciiKe in govrrn
iiMiiHiUmil iii i Ii'iiku i ehuwii In the
II.mii i m fut Ann ica. where the total
of blale Iinea wa lucleiii.id hy l'l,
ii7, imilnlv tv the Iranhfer of the
Mi xi' an in lie He, Imt nlao l 3T.9
ii..!, in I'cntiJil Anierl' . I l'l in ''
li'inhla. mid lit in Veneituela, while
there wan none in IHI'I, n Mlliiht III
iiciinc in the tin alcr Antiltee, and
an li" rciiMP of '.'"H In I'i iu, IKitl III
bile a ml !", .i in 1 1 1 it r. 1 1 . America
al o ahow an Increni'e of 7;: I II nillc
in eoniiiHiiy nillciiK.,, piKlpallv In the
I nited Stale and l'nn.i'1.1, whlih la
f ir greater than the if tual liii'ieaac
cf ftnie railway mileage lni ll'.
In Korope the govt riiim-ut mileage
Im rc.ianl ..'i!l null", principally by
etlcnMon of the i Nixting gov rnmelit
ayaiein In liTniuny. Aiiatrlnllun
g.try. ItiiMnii. Italv, Norway nnd I lit I -garin,
and by absorption of private
line The private mileage In Ku
loie ih cl euaed M J mile.
Am nhow an liicreaKe of 7.l!
mile (,f government owned mileage,
nnd a reduction In private mileage
of J.M.. mile. The piln lui change
wan in KriliHh India, where the i.it
mileage iiicreaneil from !4.4n to 29,
1i. while the pilvatily owned lint
del leaned from 7.HI5 to 4. 1 CO.
In Africa government owned mile
arte Im reaod I lxfl mllec while the
private mileage Increaxed 1,112, I .fco o
mile of nc elate owned Imp having
been lidded in Algeria nnd Tunb,
while the plivnle tnilence in Ihete
countries decrenaed l.om 3,127 t
2.1150. The niiodi-aliiti mlleiige of
S.S.'iO mile, however, hn li-cn Iran
iffrred tn the company -owned rol
iimn. In the rompllalloii for lt10
II waa erronenualy Included In the
Ill Aualrulanlii at ite unlearn- in
erenacd H7.r. mile, while the company
mileiiKe allow an inireaae of 1.474.
The total lucreaae of iiite mileage,
a Ptevioiily Dialed. I ZH.R:''t. whllu
tie III' rca- In private mllcaKV In
A met icn. A trim und Auxtrali ala to
tal in,14 Thl I partly oflnct by
the decreave of 4.3KX it. Ilea In Eu
rope and Aula. While meaaiireil by
length of line private owricrnht ia
till overwhelmingly the railway pol
icy of the world, the bulk of thv prl-
Ivalcly owiie, mileage la In the I'nlted
Stnte. the length i.f line In thl
country in lull being reported a
J 1 3. 7 SI mile, which la 31.29!! more
than the ugxregute length of all the
Mule owned railway In the world.
UuImIiIp of Ihe I'nlted Sytte
mileage owned by rompuiiieg I rug,
27. or 7,!i."i4 mile lc than the gov
ernment owned mileage.
A the Hallway Age (lanelte point
ed out in coiiiiectioii wllh the 1S10
figure, it cannot be wild that even
In point nf milcnsic government nwn
erahtp ha become thn policy of moat
"f Ihe (ending coi. nine of the world
A!l of the railway n the I'nlted
StateH. Croat Itrltaln. Hpaiu nnd I'hi
lia are 'n the hamln of private com
panies, and moat of thoe in t'nnada.
In Frame Ihree-fourtli of the mile
age I privately owned, nnd In Swe
den pearly iwo-thirda; In Uracil and
Argentina company mileage I fici't
ly pre.iomiiiiint. It I noteworthy
that in North nnd Soii'h America
I'tiii I ihe only country in whhti
there I mine yovernment than pri
vate mileage. I'll the other h.i"'V in
tieim.iny, Uhtrii'-llum;ar , Kuania
nnd llal ".ov eminent i.vv ncrnhlp la
the tlotiun.int ;iolicy. Jutiin la tmn
inilte.l to elate innicihli, Mitl ill In
dia t oe Htate-ow lied mile ige greatly
pifd..iiinalc In Imlia. however,
the bulk of the etate-owned mlle.igu
if li-atvi'd lit and operated by private
compiinic, nnd in Mexico nil of the
iliiiH in., opeinteil by compunlea.
There are iH i"uiilrleH In th llkt
mni Ly Ariluv fur Kiaeuhahwemli,
w heri- there I no etale-ow ned mile
age, und only .' while llnrc ure no
privately wind railwiiya. while the
primt. ly-ow ni d mileage la greater in
3d couiilrlee a agaim-t 3 where
gov ei innci.t ownciHliip predominate
it in: i:i4.itin n n.
WK NuTi; w ith regn l a t er
I no l.u k of liariuony
aiuong Ihe many original
MM'I'oilciH of the doctrine and poli
cle of Theoilole liooaevclt In New
Mexico. Thin there phould be til f
fercni . of opinion between uch ar
ileni aupimrtera i f I'rogrcwiv e poll
cie a Major l.lewell; n und Mr. rut
ting. Mini between bu.g Minding com
i.ide in arm like Hull A ml lew a und
Miguel litem aa lo whhh nr en
li! led to bear Ihe Itooie-vclt banner
n. unloi t niiaie. And when 1'rogrt--eive
iiew.Mper like thixe in All.u
iueriue and Mama Ke leach Ihe
point of hulling at each other col
umn of withering aar.aem. the altu
alion ha become grievou.
When Mr. Andrew annoumed
himaelf a Ihii landltlate of Itnoae
veil, or jalher. w hun hi friend
forced him in permit the in In make
Ihe announ. ement. It Waa prtauitied
that any tlilt- rc n. t which might
hav exlatcd were over and that har
mony would prevail. It now appear!
that the on. In.l.,n wa premature.
A nearly a can lie aacrtalned by
ihiuM not within lh batti Hue the
hoy tint (landing at Armageddon
ara battling all rlgbl- but unfurlu-
niitf ly they Hie not battling for tile
i mi: hi.u.
KltV now and then we meet a
man who aek "What keep
up lieining'.'" or "yy ,
Inimng eo pnonlnciil a one of Ihe
live town of Ihe aouthwol The
aimwer I fo .ml in u leu nt laaue ul
the I H illing liruphic T!u (lrpliu
' An eft!, lent . haiuber of com.
iiici.o la like K'"mI health, onl ap
pro, lated after it haa pacnei away,
lieining I iiedited over the tiillie
coiiuii v ii having thi' livm coiiiiui r-
lul body In the eolith went. And the
refutation ha hi en well den-rved.
In competition with I lie other coiii
muiiilicii aided hy the government or
by txtraor.limtry .ndvuntairca, Inin
ing and the Mlmlirea valley have out
tiilpe. i ...in all. rtctder and In
veetoi have poured their contrihu
lioii into the lai of hiiHinrsn here
while other cominumtie have lagged
"i if couiip many will iy. 'It Jul
ha pp. ii. il thin..' or 'Aren't we luck)?'
Nothing of the kind. What we have
gained hn been won through In-
teiiKive c peratn.n and In the aplrll
of the hoiMdoi'it nlone an- we richer
thai, other cninmuuilic.
"In ppitc of thl. you will now and
then hear people lament the fuel
that no effort I being made to at
tract im-ii lei hikI capltaliHta. liein
ing ha gained more calitul wlthm
the hint Ivvo year than ever before.
iop u moment nnd tontemplute Ihe
huge fiiuie nf money expended licit'
by 1'ilcimi ciipitalirta In development.
Tiny have made Ihe community
proaperou in a time when the money
atrliigency I being ev fitly felt in
hte oldt-Kt n li d rn licet recti. li of
the t n il . Slates
"Kven now It U . -llaln lli.'i. from
eililit to ten huxintaa buil.liiig will
be erected within the aeaaon. Why
all this activity hero while other
complain of poor bunineaa'.' There
will he not Ii- than tHHi.O'iu apent
hcic In the downtown diMtii't nlone.
la there itnotlier city of III la ante
whk'h ..il! .luplii.iic the perform
m. And, ilon't you think there ia
a roii.lilion tlllTcrcnt here than elae
where, whlilt hag prompted lo-ul
people, who have lived In I'eniing
for thirty ycuix, to invcat now. when
Ann in hi I con. lul.. im i, re uncertain'.'
The Demlng chumher f eommerce
la the a newer to all Iheae UcMlol'H
whether or not everybody tare to
Can the Railways
fFrom the ItallwKV Age f".aette.
Whether Ihe railwav call regulate
th. torch ea baa I.e. nine a tifMion of I
vital Impoi I nice. (t la not meant !'!
Imply ih.it meir regulation ''' lliei.i-;
eelve Nhoiil.l be completely rtihsll-.
luted tor regulation hy tin govern-j
mi ni. Thai mupf not be lu com-.
plixht-.l, even though it were iIohIi-'
able. The 'incut l..n it ia Intended to
laiee here I whether II la not prat-
lical.le. even at this bite day, for the i
railwaya to adopt a, one method of
regulating themeelvea w hit h will re-i
dine the uinouul of railway miaman
ogeirienl that t.ike pho , th. rcl.v
rendei ing ilnnei canarv the fre'iucnt
excr. lee of a large part of Ihe powei
which ihe intct stale iommere com
iiiIsmoii anil other commisaion now
exeieiae. and tending lo prevent fur
ther reetrpiive mid punitive legisla
tion to eradicate and prevent recog
nise. I evil i. ml abuse In th" Iran
portal ion hustnoiM.
Year bv vear regulation grow
more ptivaHive und biir.icnMime. If
am h iueaiiiic.s aa the Hill now nil
congicHM to ic.iitri' every issue of an-1
ciiiitic to la- vtHcri hy the inleiHInle
commerce commission conttuui to be
PiisM.'.l. it will not he long before all!
ho'-rct ion In inn na K'oicnt will be
I'.Keti from railvvny ilircctor and of
II. cia. Wlih their illwretloiiary au
thotity will diiuippear it great part
of the liiiiiu'lve nn. I enl. i .i ise of
plivnle maiiacemeiit Hut there have
I't-eti and aie cauai-a for the railway
tetii-ilatiou that haa been anil Is being
pitsse.l Tli. i, u bardly u iegiilan.iv
law tin. I haa been pitsstd or that Is
proost d that ba not been suggeMtett
and. In llic opinion of moat of the
puolic Justilicii, n' t-vils and u htiei a
that have been dim Iomc.I 111 Ihe maii
iiKi'ioeiit of some one .,r more lead
Iiik railwav sihtems. The legislation
to w lii' li am h disclosure give rise
applies to all i.ulwuy alike, and
so lar its it 's harmful, hurt all
alike. Th.'rt lore, u II ni'iay have
a very illicit and vital concern In
preventing nm eliminating the evil
and al'iiso l hut lead to Ihe acan.litls
that ' ..UN,, hai mini regulation.
Mince every railway la thu iilre lly
concerto d regard!!'; thu liilnnauuge
In. lit ol anv oilier lailw ty lhal may
git all iailwn In;,, trouble, il in,
ihe moral iikIiI i.f the railway aa a
body I., police the individual rail
wav for the purpose of seeing that
th. maintain high and rti rum'.Me
QThe loss of a position
has no terrors to the
efficient workman who
has learned the use of
tJWant ads are "Job
Insurance" at a very
- THIAIi Of im.
V,I,:N ,r ,l",,,!rt w '"'tinngn :
.. r ...I ln VM V ... I. lit.
- .I:;t II. for the potaoii-
lug ol I..' lfe II waa the beglnninl
of a long litigation before Ihe author
ities fi.uld n coinplelely connect hl.n
with the t rime o to co-ivlnca Ihe
Jury of hl guilt. Tin w.i not po
aihle until April 2 of Ihe following
year, nnd more than I wo year
ehtpaed before he wag finally brought
Iir. Iiin hanan waa a Nova Xcotlan.
who had been living In New York for
12 year before the murder waa com
bined. While n practicing phyalclan
there he married Annie Pulleraim, Hi
HNt, and procured a divorce from
her In lii. Shortly afterward he
married Mr Anna H. Hut hit Innil,
hut before doing o he prevailed upon
her to will in him the arioua prop
erty fhe poaatMied.
After livm together nearly two
tar, in April. IXilJ. Mr. Umhaiinn
wa taken suddenly Ul nnd two phygl
ilana were called upon In pre, rioe
for her. but ehe died on April 22.
Ir.i2. The body waa embalmed, nnd
Interren two day Inter, where It re
mained until July 5. Ii. when it
waa removed tn tho Carnegie labora
tory. New York, for examination.
The death, awing tn the pecullirj
a. ;'on of ir." Hu. han.in, w:i looked
upon a Irreguliii, and at Ihe exam
ination iina-ilntakable. lgn of he
preence of morphine wire found It.
Ihe atomach. When the peclallt
made their report Dr. Huchanuil w m
ueeuaeil of pnlaonlig hi wife, and
he wa arreated, charged with the
murder. Three tlayg later he waa In
dicted. The irlnl waa begun on Marrh 20,
1MI3. and continued until April 2
It was not until March V. when Ai-
ii..i loH.rl..t l.lni'H!' Il'll.lrtie
' " '
pi. rented the cua tn the court, thatj
it wa made evident that II char-j
ncler wa more than nf the uaual In-,
tortt. und that It bore a very cloac
standard of management. It may
he hmI'I that thl In Impracticable. It
may not he practicable, but it la not
Impossible, and a K. A. Iielnno In
dicates In a recent letter to the Chi
cago Tribune, It ought to he done.
The railway manager mtlnluin r
Knnixatluna to upoae Ihe legislation
which the high llnamlcrs, grafters
und boueheud who arc ulway
I. leaking into their btiainvaa are
bringing about. Why, then, could
they not and should they not main
tain organisations lo prevent these
inoplo from doing the thing that
bring about the legislation? nr. bet
ter still, why should not thu name or
ganixatiou through which operation
and regulation lire "w dealt wllh be
broadened to prevejiit the causes of
regulation? Why ehoul.l not the
American Itillway g.H.alalion o in
vestigate and police the physical op
elation of railway a to expose, bad
pra. ticca an t compel their abolition '.'
A committee of the association pro
posed Hitch a plan last November for
dealing with thn incident question,
hut the association, with character
istic timidity in dealing with matter
of importance, rejected the plan an. I
adopted nothing In II place. Why
should there not he an orgutiixiitioii
of .Inc. tois. chairmen mid president
to pi event Kiich hiiamiul outrage a
have been commuted on the Chi
cago Alton, the New Haven and
the Frisco? Why should the capa
bly und holies! ly managed railway
It I Juggling of eto. ka, grafting, faulty
opeiuiioii go on (ln some roada with
out an elTort to stop them when
everybody know thit as certainly a
day follows night these things will
lead t mull. I. lis and that the scan
dal will cirate a public sentiment
and cause regulation that will hurt
every railway in the country?
The sum of tht whole matter la
thut there la going tu la regulation
of all phaaes of railway manage
ment. If the railways a a whole
will themselves only do their part of
II Ihe regulating rua make thing so
hot for individual managements that
act foolishly or clo.ikedly a lu fore
stall much public regulation which
otherwise will Inevitably come, and
at the same time (really Improve
public sentiment toward the roads.
If undeairalile powers continue tu be
.oiilcr re. 1 on Hit commission, the
loads can reduce In harmful elfucts
of Ihe existence or such power lo a
minimum hy so policing themselves
aa to redu. e to kl minimum the
amount of policing public authorities
will have to do. I. i certain that ihe
less thn road police theiiiaelves the
more they will ht policed by other.
L;.i rii iue has It, n proving this for
so many year th.it even the dullest
mum now see It If elTective polic
ing of the railwav by themselves I
to be done It n.usi have Ihe vigorous
co-op. i al I.. u und support of those
who conn., ih.. linuntiul politic of
railway u well a f their execu
Will the railway directors and ex
ecutive, ofll.ei ever recognise, the
need for taking t-ompre heiw'tve
measures lo pievtut the pretexts and
causes of unwis. and harmful regu
lation? r will they go on In the
future, as ihey usually have In the
paal, letting the pretexta and causes
of regulation go on accumulating
under tin ir very eyes, and confine
their exertion i.gardinif regulation
to puny and ineffectual effort to
prevent It af'er th misconduct or a
few of I hem and the tlniidny and In
a. tlvlty of a great majority of them
have made it inevitable?
I1r-ana WarHamar In Hsa'tirx't tUk I
Comer rlrt ami TUr. i ny it
feet, wllh aaine als ceiueni
Inii!i at A ii. Ita.hutbl Co.
R. U Moore, Attorney. Oom well
Uld.. Uu tnd (U. Stl.
The HERALD Want Ads get
the best results.
Try 10 -tent Ura(4 want ad.
reaemblance in Ihe wife polaonlng
cam of rl)l,. llarrm, which had
been of recent occurrence.
Imrlng the trial innaldernldn letl
rmmy waa produced regarding Ituch
anana comment of the alupidily ol
rarlylo llarri. nnd itln Ihe pleaure
he expreed at hia wlfe'a death, ami
bow after he hud adminlatered Ihe
biat doae to her he left Ihe house nnd
tlid not return until after her death.
Keveral day were roneiiined In the
expert testimony aa to the evidence
of polH.ui in Ihe atoinai h. tin April
20, Im. han. .n look the tnnd In hi
own .Iff c imp. He wag exceptionally
liervoua during the ordeal. The tak
ing of lei.tlin.iiiy wn concluded on
April 21. It required neverwl day
for n umntng up of thr cae, and
Ihe Jury returned verdict of guilt
on April 2.
Shortly afterwardr. u motion wa
made for il new trial. wh; -h waa de
nied, nnd on Augimt 14. t!l.1, Huch
an in wn aentenced in rile during the
week heslnnlug tit'oher 2. An ap
peal wa taken to Ihe court of ap
peal, nnd wa argued before that
court on January 21, 1 H 1 S . but II
merely confirmed the conviction ol
Ihe lower court. Then the prlaoner
wa resentenced to die April 24, but
n petition for a stay o-i a writ ol
error waa presented to the I'nlled
Htatea an pre ue court on April II
Uiler Chief Junlice Fuller derleil Ihe
stay nnd preparation were made tor
Mr. Ituchanan. th.- firm wife of
the doctor, and whom he remarrl-d
after the death of hi aecond wife,
made an appeal for mercy to Gov
ernor Morton, mil the governor re
spited Huchnnnn for a week. The
execution took place finally on July
1. 1X9,1. It re.nilred t.i sppli-anon
before Ihe doctor wa elect roculeil,
hut he waa brave In the end, and
showed no lgn of mllapHC, even
when brought into the death cham
ber. To Save Eyes
la llw ih)!ct of This I Ver rrr-a rip
time Try II If Vmir F.jca
tlr Vtm Trouble.
Thousand of people sufier from
eye trou I.I.. because they do not
know what lo tin. They know aom"
good home remedy for every other
minor ailment, hut anno for their
eye trouble. They neglect their
cyea. because the trouble I not suf
Ihi.'tit to drive them to an eye ape
ciullMt, whu would, anyway, charge
them a heavy fee. A h last resort
they go to an optician or to the live
ami ten-tent store, and ottcntimea
get glasses that Ihey d" not need, or
w hich, after being used two or thr. e
months, do their eye morn Injutv
than good. Here la a s inple pre
scription thai every one should use:
1 grains nptona (I tuhlctl.
2 ounces water.
l.'ae three or lour times a day to
bill lie the eyea. This prescription
anil the simple Optima system keep
the eyea clean, sharpen tin- vision
and iult kly overcomes Inflammation
and irritation; weak, watery, over
worked, tired eyes and other similar
troubles are greatly benefited und
oftentimes cured by II UM.. Many
report show that wenrera of glasses
Imvc discarded them after a few
week' use. It is good for Ihe eyes
and coniuina no ingredient whpil
would Injure Ihe most s-n.uive eye
of un Infant or Ihe aged. Kupp.'a
drug store or any riruggiM can lilt
Una prescription promptly. Try II
and know for once what real eye.
Herald want. I lines times J
TOR CASH - To reduce our
stock before taking annual in
ventory, i These goods will be
delivered to any purchaser C.
0. D. or may be paid for at
Best Colorado Bran and
Shorts, per 100-nound sack,
Fanciest recleaned Mixed
Oats, per 100 pounds, $1.75.
Seneca Insect Powder, large
25-cent cans, 15 cents.
Milo Maize or Kaffir Corn,
per 100 pounds. $1.85 (reg
ular price $2.25).
Poultry Food, 50-cent pack
age only 20 cents.
Cotton Seed Meal and Cake,
per 100 pounds, $2.10.
Kind! take advantage of
these prices before the stock
is sold out:
E. W. FEE
212-216 West Lead
Chicago Hill & lumber Co.
General Planing Hill
3rd and Marquette Phone 8
LUMDER A BUILDERS
Wbuteama and lUttaJI
Albnqnerqne Lumber Co. t
fza nana rim tursMM
tfsMWs.. -rVw ' If
air, hut warm it npl.llv anil rnially. It is the mo t healthful heat
known lh.it is why they are uvcil exclusively in I; capitals green
houses, laboratories, an I in paljti.il humcs.
Radiators I Boilers
t!i nuiunre or run the litki trf old itilotanj healing.
Ak lot buck ((!) .
WHITE ELEPHANT BAR
ONLY tK IIDIU l HKt .lir
.Miw. V. A. .aliit- A t'ti.'a til. I ( row hlakey ami llerniltaarn life
rrinilarly winl, All tala-r l.atilinn lira tula o.i call, hMrclal rrli-e) oa
II liili t laiui (IrlnWa.
i. V. TAYMilt, Maaacer
Fimirr wilri it
m y s w sj s
" artiU'tfi' ' ' .
United States Depository
Thl hank la a (tpalennletl tl'iaiKlliary for I' tilled Ktalra
fiinila wlii. li fait aflonla the aaomniv t'al nutnre
iih'iii b t-oiiM-rtailve ami llutl Ha aillal ami surplus am
aiiipk- for Die irolt lion of all li a.iit. Wliat la itm
hliltreil t-afoty hy ilio l iiltetl Mal (oicrmiU'iil laj irr.
lulnly safety ftar enry iltUen.
You arc itirillally liitlirtl to ta-n a i-Ihi klna arriMiut
wlili llil.i troii iHtiik anil Ot axail yiwrwelf of Ilie ttai.
senieme ami safety wlih Ii aueli an attKunt will lirliMt.
; tvx "tt ti iini! . ' rwiT'
WE ARE NOW IN
our NEW LOCATION
West Gold Ave.
New Romero Building
213 to 215 W. Gold Ave.
Furniture, Carpets, Draperies and Stoves.
Try The Evening Herald
HAVKN T you
the iit.liNir air u to hot
gnJ dry that people
feci chilly i? It is he
cause i'ic licit nr (rum
the lurii-srein its search
fur nio;Murc is foWiing
your skin, cyr, throat,
luri"., i n.l nostrils.
ntonainl IDEAf. Roll
ers iicv.t ovriheal lite
re now mule in furs to fit Miitllnt
eoturrt, gmn, etr. I he piltet sir o
aittjuivr and the rrsollt so onomiml.
n.i one i n i.trr rt..id m p.it up whn
ill? K t mlral.
nn S.i.h fnnr.
SiMWI e eV " asr V
& Mil) Company
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