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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., WEDNESDAY. JULY 29. 1914
The Evening Herald.
riir. i:immi ttniun, inc.
IKiillUK H VAI.I.IANT, MuMier
II. II. Ilk'MN'O r.dllor
ruhllnhed every afternoon
eepi Xumlny, Hi 124 North Second
Hlreet, Altiuiiucniue, N. M.
Flntered aa second-, lang mslter
I the postottl.e at A Hi n ! "".
N. M., unOiT Iho A( of March 1.
One month hy mall or carrier. Mic
One week hy carrier.... lie
One ynr by mail or corner
In advan. 15. ao
Ttuslnesn Office Hi
Kdilnrlnl Itnoms M'
WHV lll t. I ITM?
Orit llcpulilxin lr. ilium In
Iti-rn .llilo .otinty nr.; consid
erably dim ui (-! by the blos
soming mil of Mm rilt Jrsi. I lt.inf rn
a. It (nil blown I one. Home of She'
hrothrrn, especially rrniilt-ti'n of Al
liU'iiri'io who have been pnutically
itmfrunt hlcd In mi fur lis effective
.oriy aitlvltv Ik rmn mod, nre In
i Illicit to ! pcetlsh. mil In any
nniciy. There In scrlmm 1 k In ihe
i fli i t Hint enough nf IIiimi Itomero
If I'ii mix li ninl Unit It l time to
yhcrlfT llnini ni, In his role nf boss,
lii ly tin inciina a surprise In llnw
who h.nr li hi'il thn development
( Ihb inti'ir hi- i inilltlrnl mnuuger
Hi' hun holil lui inlive office niter
lucrntive ollhc over ruinlxT of
cai. iluiiux which lime Iho office
w.nk involved bin Iiitii dune liy rf
lli It-til depul li-ii, leaving Ihe sheriff
lull liberty In pursue hia favorite v-
ii I li in, i In- development of political
power. It lii true tha people have
fix. i.d i In- ..(ilnry hills; but In mitln
IhIiiiiir thin nvMein In Ittrtmhll"
utility Mr Itoiin m hua only been
following In th well tnxlili'n p"tb
if i.tlitT bosses In thla nint other
i nuiilit'it. It la the well established
l((xilili-nn mnchln system. Hln-r-IIT
Komern. It wlH be admitted, has
been an upt ntiiilcnt. It has been
plain fur some lime th'i lie w
I.....I in nr. lvr al the lime wht n h'
would till lila lending slr.ngs and g"
Yfl hln asaumpUon ' nlxo.lute
power aceina tn have come In some j
nf Ihe brntht-rit aa inilli- a nh.nk. In
deed II la .l"'l surprising thc tln-re
rhuiil.l be reat-ntiiit-nt, eietliilly
mix. ii thnee who have teen inllll'
iilly rffl'-iiiHllilc fnr Kheriir Humem:
who hnve rimliitnlne.1 him In tiwr
mill who htve mml It t-'lble fr
hint In aaeiime Ilia irt-a-iil prnutl li
mtl.m. It wnnlil nut be at all au
.rlKin If thine aatne Inf linnie
xhniil.l determine tt pull Hie tln
from iH-nt-iith Ihe aht-rlrT'a throne and
iri'irntly iM-elt In rt-h It.
Wln-rt-iil ne will have a repetition
.,f the t'Vi-ii yearn" war In the l:t
puMi'iin pnrty In Mt-rnalMlii t-uunty-When
Ihe "fiaie nf ld Albii'iuer
iiiif" waa Hlpni-d and aeulnl tme ahnrt
enr ant. the lt.-pul.IUan linenea nf
the eta' heaved a alh nf relief.
Ileaten on iiuinetiiua (,ci'aiiiin by the
tlntrupllun In Utrnalllln county, they
eaw a Rllmtner nf hope nf a ri'turn to
the a.illd llepublli-an mi. Jorltlea "I
yeara nne by. They aeem t have
failed to underittand true rnnilltlon
here; that the duya of anild Itepuhll-t-an
harmony In thia munly are gone
forever: bet-auae boa rule alone
niodfl thoee mnjorlttea pneelble. and
betauae b..wi rule will no lunaer be
toleraled In thla county y tb P
.lt of Albuiueniiie, rmurdleaa of l'
Utlcnl llnea. rlherlff Homero ve
evidence of h'.a airparh ng naauinp
tlon of the rulo of Ulttulor when he
appeared In lha recent elly t-lertlon
In AlbU'iueniue lo chaiiiplon the
cfiiaa t.f Mayor HoalrUht. It ha
been anRi-ted that It the aher
Iffa Influence more th.in reform
i.ti. which Mr. ll.nttlKlit hi"
1 7 it majority. There may ne aome
Ihln in thla. Mr. lloklrlcht lit leant
la ial-fnl to Hoaj U ulnar o for mn""
thlnn; alme he con.pliti ently ap
proved primary ninl convention
all Monday which eliminated hla Al
Ixi'iuerque Itrpublx-an bri thera from
any erTcilve purtlcipai Ion In
i.arty'a county nmtitnullriir
However all then thin may he;
and ihey fiirnlfh an Inttnitlinit field
for !.. ulaiion; the la-1 remuina
that war ban n-lurneil In Hie He
pill. Ix an paity !n lleriiiihlln cnunty
and that a repetition of tlx- einiKKle
IxtHetn a lioea and hie inacbiti.. on
he one hand an. I nil nrinied ftiih
uiiil file on the other la nt hand. It
promieen to he ipiite aa 'l a a'rup
na he other one; altlnxiitH prohubly
It will ma he a. i long drawn out.
What aMonlnhea Ihe calm tihaerver.
however, la not that lli iulil. an In
l.er nalillo t uiiiy ahnulil fluht eat h
other. Thut ban be. ome chronic. It
i that the brotbera ahould take their
lull I. a ex acriouvly. To watch the
pioyr.'! of eenld aa the I aide lix-
form, an unlrifoimeU person inifht
coin hide that there waa aomethinr
In aaln at the iid In the way of vl -Uxy
at the ulla. Uut aluca any calm
analyeia ,,f the iiiiiition mimt coa-vlm-e
liny renponnblo man that Oleic
la no hnpo whaicM r f'.r the election
of a llepualli an onererernitn ; no
hope for the fiction f a llepubll
ian cm poi at ion i ominlnaloner, and
m i) liiile hope lor Ihe election of a
lit ul.i. an :-. in'. I. II la difficult
In ace jutt why our brotbera eboulil
act n.i nil fuel worked up about
their illfTcif ncea. Whoever w Ina out
will hnsi- ol.lalncd riolhinK naiil
from the mara of bnttle.
I'.'it far be it .ruin ua In throw
co'. I water on nny upriaina tor free
di.m and their Jti-I rRhtit ftinntitf the
lank nnd file nf the Kepiilill.'iiiia of
n r ii ii I li 1 1 . county. Any tetx llloh
aaairmt t.oe rule nnd one-man dom
ination la a alum t.f health In the
.i.ii.miinity. It la nuite within the
p..fil.iliilca thnl it may rmull In the
fie. l. .ii of niemlier of I lie lcgiln
ture from 'hia minly who are not
bopa owned crcnturen Therefore,
hva, althouiih it can h;ie hn "P
prcttili ffTi-.t upon the Benernl re
volt III the htKle other Hum In In
renne the mneriltnile of the liemo
cratlc vlctoiv, rl.' nnd an to It A"
liitereht'd nnd nyinpathet.c nuilieme
awnltH I lie next lo'iml
know him. Mr. Aikina.-n alen !
t hnirinan of lh b.iHtd of eounty
i oininiiisloiiera of t'hu'n cin iii.v. for
wblih aervlee he reeelvra mxi a
)rar. He lit one of tile cw coillltv
i on i in Ifie 1 1 . lie ra wo know of who
earn" hi pay Mr Atkinai.n, Ihe
ll.well paper nvn, detotea hln en
tire lime I., the Iwo offli i-a. He re
celvea a total aalary of ll.H'tll n )car
for ruriniiiK the ity of Itoewell ami
Ihe coiintv of ''haven, nnd la coiitent
td with hix pay.
ManimlnK a yeuriR end iirovtinK
lily like ICorwcll . a lilRm-r Job than
la preaenletl by nny two cnunty of
flioa now in exinten.e, If we extept
the offli e f a. hool iniperlrilen.lent
If Mr. Alklnaon mannaea I be city
I t.f Itoewell. and n nre willlna to bet
thit he rt"e It well, he tlm-n more
wmV with hia hen. I In n month thin
jibe nveraire ci.untv trenmi.cr or lnr
Iff doea In hia entire term t.f offli e.
TlleMO (alter offli in ll. or n t olleiiler
,nlile number of them nre prepared In
j demand from four to five thoiiannd
' il tlar a year for their aervieea. Thr
city mnn.iui'r of ltocwell, ilolnu ten
tlmea the work ten time na well a
the majority of county offlcera d"
j their work, la content with ll'.'i
i III .O V JL2si Zx
u H. M. EGBERT
llhalnthm h 0. 1RX1N MYERS
could unl,-ck any b by (tny-ainaya
prtivliled he had thn key. liy the way,
whnt la Your combination?" hn afketl.
"It la printed upon rtm key," 1 an
awered. '"No. Ju5 p. That meana
lie rnllapaed tn hit aent na tl.ouyh
ho had been allot, ami began to eye
inn furtively mororely
I 4I I.V . Itll.
fine hundred nnd einht year nun
today be flrl Klep Waa taken toward
eiallishln the foreign nilealonnry
movement, (in thin day five etiiilciii
"Vnn roallv am n eclranrdlnar "' WIIHnma colleen calhered In a
youni woman." hn eald. lie frank. l'r,,v n"nr n" 'olleae tn hold nn
nmilemolanllP. Yon winded lo ehow "p;n "lp '"'
run that you havn knnnietign of part
tCoprnaM mil by w. i. Lbapwan)
(("onllniicd from Yrwienlay.)
WttTlMi t TMK TX HOI.I.S. I Admltlinx lhat Mr. Aiklnemi la t.n
ii j exec ptlonallv compelent man in nn
UK m'o in board of ipiullxntion uriUHUnl pul.llc pi.Hitlon, tile Imxatn'c
la In recehB wnillug lor the nnd the pn tn atated nre worth keep-
"Now, mtidoniolieiie. I am at jrour
aervlce," hn aald.
And I told him my atnry, to which
hn llatennd wllh an ImnnntiiVR face.
I had not thought before of the Im
probabilities In It. Yet, fven at thn!
of our cipher. You wIku to tell your
I "Tor the. laat time.," tcreamrd. In
I einapcrHtlnn, "I am neither a thief
j nor an luipnator. I want my nnnda."
j Hn Innked nt me at thmigb he could
; hardly believe the evidence of hla
"I know what agitate you, I pur
aund. acetn my advantngn. "It wm
th mention nf the word Cliche. It re
culla tn you the home of the uutauppy
vlrtlms of your revengo."
"Mademoleello!" he cried, fttarttfil
The tlay wan hot
nnd npnrennlte. In the mid"! nf the
meeting n lightning: bolt (bodied nenmn
the eky. aim. . in. Inn the npproai h of
n thiiiiderilorni. Murtleilly collectine
th"lr I.elonKingn, the nlinl'Ttn .. light
ibeitcr .lemaih a tielehhorlnr hay
nt.iek. Here thy continued their dla.
cnKii n.n while the niorm raged.
Hht.uting tn make hlmnelf UMilrrnto.nl
above tho thunder, the tming baiter.
Knmuel J. Mllln, fropi.ed that Ihey
nrannlffp 'in nprciiil the gonpel nmona
the hr-ilhn " The! wan Hie tlmt nlep.
Tn yearn liter itllln nrunnlrixl the
"nrleiv nf 1'relhren." r"iu'r!tn each
nf the fl"e membern their. .f lo nnl-
cnu ly dedicate hi life an a minion-
nry. rmbPc opinion being acilnwi
I "I are
In nit y III
. ai inn la
v A n . I-
up, only to alnk backward again
.mien, mnnaieur. ami let mn-xplain mmnlon. the organlratlon wna kept
to yon," I aald. "During tha voyage ' m cret nnd itn ronntitutlnn waa drawn
to England, I made the acquaintance up in cipher, sig year bad pmned
r 9 vnltti linn whit ea-ga-a (k ttHaflAiinAa a4tl m nnn IVia rt let nl. " I I .i t u I . . l ilokI.
orda left my mouth. I fm.nd mymdf th(i MmB B,fin,nh( Not knowlnR In. " tthone li catmn In now marked
Mumbling for rtplnnatlona and hull- ,ho , w, u, ,,. to m ,he pPfl., with a monument. befr .he flrnt nv,.
trig llko aomn roneplrator concocting : ,hn, . .., . . hm . .,,.,.' miltmarlen. f. ur of whom were a.-
a. flttiriBlV r!llilt fulenitftnild lti. 1 ...... I. t I... . V. - t i
" " , ' " ,, , , ', " j t obtain theno bond from myat , ' "' 1 , ' ' "
deed, when I tfttaiated at last, confused ., .. ,, ' . ' I hilndciph
and atani'noring. there wua thn ghoat
of a arnile upon thn old bnuker a face.
Innre deliliernle of Ihe aneen-
Hi.ls of the Hlatt. to co.ripltle mid
nend in their tag roll before pro
ceeding with the buninena of eipial
Uinn thltmn for the aevernl conn
Ilea. The Saiitii To New Mexican
"The elate hoard of t iUUliuitlon
will meet a kiii ii at thn tapltol when
the tax roll are In. Vi tax rolla
were received thin inornuiK. iilthoiiKh
it ui predicted that Hanla Ke coun
ty'a will be ready enrly in Ihe week,
liona Ana'a nnd Kddy'a are expected
nny day. Attorney tlenernl Krttnk
V. Clancy token tho lew that nil (
the lag rolla inuat be before the
board before the member ure nble
to Judge IntelllKently of the uppealH."
Ing In miml when rem h'ng a deter
mination iiL. .nt the value of m-rvire
in county olfl. e.
On the San Juan
I ( I"n rmlniiti.ii T.men-tlUMtler. t
j The call ban been made tor lem
ocrntlc prlmurie to neleet ciindl-lntpn
The Important work of the primary
b. lo aelet-t n cnndldate f..r memner
of the IcRinlature. Fergunnon will be
renominaled for co-igrep nnn by
practically a unnnlmeu.i vote nnd
fleeted the en me wny.
It In therefore of prime Importance
that a ntri.PK capable mini be neleeled
for member of the legislature nnd
aeema that the plt-iiMinl tank nf . atepa taken to have an active, vigor
ciimtltxlug our I ax.'e In delayed
the iiMHoKftoi'n of liona Ann untl K
.ouiitlt'H. 1 bin in ul.li.ltiinate.
In not know that the hoard or canal
ization ban nny power to niblrcnn a
mil. I reproof to ihe iiwMFiir whu
are ib'layim; ihe mtiiy ca.ii... rrob-
l.ly It ha no n. h power No one
I'eioa to hat- much power over tin
neai -niiir III Nt w Mexico, We deem
lo recall hating eeen In a Ijim t'ru
ce paper nonie reference to n re
proof which might he .ellvered by
the people to the unnenaor down there
urnl in one of the t'arlnbnd pupera
mm, convincing cnmpnlgi .-..nilucteil
for hla flection. Th ciindld ate for i
the lettlnlalurA muni be ooen and lin-
eiiuivociil on certain Important iiiea-
tlona. He muni tnnd for n nalary
law banetl on whnt the bunlienn world
Ii. em h county Ik paying for nlmllnr
aervlce. He muet aland for a revlnlnn
of our tax lawn, Riving the atntc
board t f riU!i1l'itlnn pnwer tn e.iual
ie, with opportunity to get nin'h In
fornintlon na In necenaarv to perform
ench work e'lultnhly. He munt n'-.-ior
nuch revlKion of our Irrlgnilna
lawn an will prevent water hogn from
tvlng up our watera nnd preventing
the alnte'a tlevelnpment. He munt
ntand for a revlnlnn nf the libel law
to the end that truth can lie made n
wuid to the erred thut the l-.uny juaiiflable defenne. He munt he anti
county HKaeaaor waa thinking of nali.on nnd anti-gang. He muni he
aendlna hia rolla In by Hiilomoblle. for a ntnte lag commlanlon. for It la
Then, gentlemen, annenaora of tlrnt-
elana coiinlien, probably connlder thut
Ihelr nalarle, ahould be Ji'nt nn large
aa If Ihey were rlMht on the dot With
their return. About H'.uo a year.
If we renumber correct iv, la what
annennorn were due lo draw under It
bill w hich the ltepiil.ll. nn machine
nought to puna thruugh the lant li-gln-lature.
Hut whatever the trouble In thene
evident that wllh a holdover aenate
a aenntble tnxntlon ayntem cannot be
nib . lite. 1. thin next gennlnn.
Thin pnper will nnt take aide be
tween indlvldunla In the primary. It
will urge the Vetera to cant their hal
lota for men who ntand for the above
prlnetplea and know that they ntard
for them honently and earnestly.
Then, when we have nominated our
mnn. nbnv, all ele let n put up
urh a vlrnrnua. honeat, eonvlm-lng
campaign that there enn he no doubt
nboiit hla election. Tie careful In
"I congratulate mndcmolnelle upon
her perfect knowledgn of lranch." he
anawered, and took tip hla pen again.
"Well, mnnaieur" I utanimered.
"Pardon met" he roaponUud, looking
up aa though I had Jual tUtcd a new
propotltlon to hlui.
"You will let me bavo my bond a?"
He trolled again; then f row not
"1 am very but), mndcuiolncllo," hi
anawered. "Why tin you not at'O ui)
frend. Itnron Kothfclilld?"
I felt the color blazing upon mj
"You don't believe mc?" 1 cried
angrily. "You think I am an Impoaj
"My dear madomolacllo!" he pro
tented. "Do you mean terlounly tc
preat thin ridiculoua claim on me me
leopnld Magniff, with fifty yeart' ex
perience of men and women?"
"I certainly Intend to obtain rvy
property." I anawered.
He preaaed the tlpa of hla fingeri
together and looked at me thoughtful
ly. "If madcmolaello Inaitta upon my
Investigating thla claim, thn eonle
quence may be terloun to her," he
anawered. "Frankly. I havo no money
for you. It la too lino a day to tpend
Indoor, Go ice. the wild genua tn
I ttrode forward nnd stood at hit
aide, quivering wllh anger.
"Llten to mo, monaiuur," I cried.
"You think ma an impostor. Very
: 1 )
for hln election.
Spreading the Gospel
Along the Pecos
Iwii coiiutien, the board tif eiiualixa- releeilng your cnndldate. and then be
tlon probably la oulte right in Inking MRoronn nnn nnceaaing in ynur worn
the delay calmly. HtrugRle an It will
with the problem before It. when nil
the rolla are finally before It the
board cnnmH get very fur In the wuy
of etialling our tnxea. The reunon
tor thla la thnl ao little of the prop
erty of tha rltixena of our state !
on the tug rolla. The board of
eiUaligatln cannot eipiame gome
thing that la rmt before It to equitl-
I . . tA Ihl. Ilm. t.& .. .
or a rolla have been about the only
vehicle for getting taxable property
before the board.
We need a taxation ayntem in thia
atnte- which will get all property of
all the people onto the tux roll:
whether it be the property of rich
men or poor men; powerful men or
hum). It- wage earner; large proper
tien or little tlx in of town lota and
cotiitgea which te poor men own.
The board of eiutlixution can do It
bent, mid we have ho doubt It will-1
Hut unlil It ha nomt-thing tu work
on it tunnot get very far.
Th remedy of our Klaiing taxa
tion Ineiiunllliea and Irregiilai nlen at
thia time la t be had not from I In
board of FlUklixation. or In criticlxing
dc limine nt naaeaaora. It la to be
found in the volt-a of the people',
votea cnet for h.inent. f'i e-lhinking.
unnbai kied liunint aa lin'll ua i nliill
dalra for Ihe nlaie legii I ituri-. Tu
tiote the attorney general auxin:
"What New Mexico needa la a It Kia
luturr." The time to fill lhat limg
felt want In now; now whin the
nomlnntiona are about to be made.
r-. vt ii
I 1 1 V. J
ill llT V V
Th.l MM ak..li .1 MnllfB Ihnm m
...... " " '" pv.nu.lp.il
nominal -rice by deceiving (he victim r,,i,
nt to their vnlun; then, that by threat-1
enlng to tlltpono nf them at a moder-1 eeeev-
atn rale to th- conite, or in tome man
ner to place him in poBnesslon of them
thereby enabling hltu to pay off the
mortgage you held over him. we
ahould force, you to purchase them
from ua at an enormoua rate, or loae
your mortgage, nnd. with It, your hold
over your enemy. Yet, he told me
"Miserable aeoundrel!" cried the old
hanker, In amaxcmeiit. "And you told
him, mndcmolHt lli; "
"I characterised him pnrleely aa
you huvo done," 1 anawered.
"J'.e waa my pride, the apple of my
eye," Magniff moaned. "I mudn him a
FdierouB allowance, even after ho had
dr-upiiolntcd my ho pea of roma day
teeing bin succeed to my Int'-roHiii.
Hut hn waa wayward from birth. He
could not run straight. He la a forger,
a thief, a trlckater. Hn haa been the
despair of uiy life, the curst of my old
ago. And now ha plans to blackmail
his own fothor!"
Hie outburst was so sincere, so gen
uine, that my anger evaporated; I
coulj only feel conscious of a wave of
vaat pity for tho old man, so miser
able, in jplto of all his wealth.
"Monsieur," I said, presently, ''you
dnubtloe aro acquainted with the cir
cumstance that drove my father lulo
lltnodded. "I have been your grand
father'! bunker tor forty yeart," he an
twered. "It was unjust; thn whim of
tn ancient arlHlocrut who placed his
awn pride beforo hit sou l happiness.
n drove him from hit bousn because
they differed In politics. Clel! What
1 cause! What a cause for disinherit
ing one's own son! He could never
, have donn to under thn law, mademol-
iello, but unfortunately some of the
old estates are etill controlled by the
aid feudal customs of the Itourboos
notably In your part of France."
"Then you will understand,'' I pur
sued, "that I do not harbor any good
will against my grandfather or his
Ho looked up at me hopefully, aa
Ihourh hn found cnuso for rejoicing
that anyone should share bis hatred.
"You would gladly see them dl-qms-netned
disinherited, ae tln-y disin
herited your father?" ho oiikcd, eagerly.
mpanlcil by ihelr wives. llc t 'mm
for India upon the flr-f
inmp.iisn to foreign
Desirable in Killing
I -tt -1 week there weie iho killing"
III lirunt enmity. In Ixnh t ine the
.i rk w done bv an ofticr In the
duo hurge of hin tlatv lo nave hln life,
ninl -in one Man Injured except Ihe
More than S.iihO tnieloiniien of
both sixen from the l iilinl Plate,
nnd H t.ono unlive converts acting ns
misaloiiarlra, nre leaching the Chrint
ii.n f.iilli Ihioiiuhout the world. They
l.nve coiii eiie.l 1. Mill, nut) men, woinei
sml ihililien in all laniln, ami ' rn
bringing 71,00(1 re"e ''it a
every year. 1 1 . t i ,. i
learning the wa of Ch:
the an, nun colleges.
Innrlen, trni-iing and !' 'il l
that have been enlul Ii It. .
can nilnaionarlea. T' I i ;
nlonnry Is not nnly n .i. . mlti i r,
hut undertakea tn en- I nlcal III
as well. In Ihe tun 'n ila'n ntxl
fr"" dii enr-irle eni. I In i-
e i i ... I.. . , .i 1,. . . . .' -t l ? .X 'i ''. -Iiioi.iiiih
in-uiine iii, h ive hei p el. en
by Ihe 4'I0 male and female d ix' I ora
makimr up the furelcn mlanhninry
medical alaT. In tixxn t.f ninlim they
dlnirlliuto hnce nnmn of money The
expennen of thin vast cnmpnlen are
em rrnoti; but ri countrv In an liberal
n the Cnlled Platen. Lant year thn
American peopl,, tonlriliuted -lonilv
J 1 7.0(ii,iiiin to promote the work,
while ii' n 1 1 ii ii' e are rpcixllng about
tin. iiiin, mm in sin port ihelr It. mm
Chrlnllan and I I '.ii in unlive mlnn'nn
i..e who hate Balhered ever t.000,
'"li nilhercntn In the faith.
i lib-em nnd the dead men. The mine
week there r-rr tipie of klllxc
In the norih.rn p.i; of the at.ite. one
In rtlo Arriba county, mxl one In Tso
county, were done bv nngrv men, not
orflcer. nnd In both cunen an innn
cent tiy-stnridcr turn alno nhnt. In cae
It In nccpinnry lo have n man killed
It I preferable in hn-. e I: dune by an
oltlcer, aa he doe a ;. ofennionnl Job,
tloen ll. nicer, atxl ihx'n not endanger
nnv one who hippenn to he in thn
(CtmiJiiuetl Tomorrow Afternoon.)
(Porta lea New.)
Frank Ktaplin, editor and owner of
the Farinlngton Knterprlne, waa a
1'ortalea visitor the first part of the
week. Mr. Ktaplln contemplates the
Iiixi. illation at unta Fe, of a atand
pHt ".itihlican morning dally. lit
elated that he waa nieeting with good
eucceas in the way of stock subscrip
tions. (Artesia News.)
Frank Plnplln, editor of the Kiter
prlae, manager of a gtnre In Farming
ton, publisher of Ihe 8..nlu Fe Trail,
und sunn to be editor t.f Ihe new Ile
pulilican dully to be entubilnhed In
Mania Fe, waa In Artenia lu.it week
nnd paid the Newa office a pleasant
call. Mr. St iplln is a tlrnt class news,
paper man nnd hit wide acqusintun.'
In thla state haa fitted him for the
work he will aum thia fall. The
money for the new paicr la about
nilim ribed. ome ,.f thu atutk being
held by F.dd.v county people. A flf
leen Iholln.Uid dollar plont will be
hipped from lenver next month,
on. I ahould be Installed and running
A KALAItY t:X AVtl'l K
NT of the Itoaweil neMnpa.ers
sin lea In a recent editoilal
that the city manager of
ItoSKcll gets a salary of IlkHtt a
year and la completely a.-tinfied wllh
The f.ly manager of ltotll la W.
M. Atkinson; a buaiueaa man of long
experience and sound Judrment. That
he I a good illy muiiegfr will be
I iik m for granted by any man who
A Suggestion to Stop
the Biggsst Noise
CHEAP SUMMER RATES
TO EASTERN POINTS
Hally anil In. biding September aiMli t lienp rntc :' lieu will In
on tutle in cai-lt-rn ln(n. Tbc-e IP ki-ln are llniltc l i it-turn tie.
lol.er 31-1 ami M-riult llln-ral Nli-otti-- al X bm olnln.
Ilelmt In a linl of ralt-a l miiim' of lln' iiimiii .it miIiiIm.
Ihiner, 'tdo. . . .
Wa-liitiuloo, l. (
t 111. Mli1. 1114. . . ,
llxllilll.MV. Mil. ..
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still inke, ri ;i tti.ao
h (roil. Mi. : H. 15
Mliiiteniail Minn t:.7.l.
St. I lilt I. on x7.la
Kan -n t it. Mo tine-.
M. I. i!h. .Mo g.M.rt.
!ln: 'I City gHJ.II.I
liiu..- .. N. Y 7 .i
Mituara Call 7.A5
I'lilliiilt-lplila. fa 7..t5
I K .I. ll, I tali f ia.no
I or furllM-e Infornintkitipb't
mil at Hn- ticket ollkv
V. t. J(llst, Auxin.
I M-i ngent for Steam Shift llmx in all foiian niinit )
sv . ',
"You Really Are an Extraordinary
Young Woman," He Said.
well, Investigate my claim. If I prove
fraudulent, liuud me over to the pollen.
If I speak tho truth, give rou my
"My dear mademoUolle," hn pro
tested, "let ub uHtunie. then, for tho j
moment, that your story Is true. Can
you produco anyone who Is able to
dnntity you here?"
I shook my head; I was too much
enraged to speak;. Yet ho spoke fairly
"Good. You say thut you have come ! A New II nine Cure That Anyone Can
from Canada to claim your hondu.
From Canada, oberv a week's Jour
ney by a fust sleaiuahlp. You have
no reference no papers. And you
have not even the key," he repeated.
suggest lo the Itepublicnn
I Im a.l isability of iiimiiiuni-
tatiiig with a rcpreHf nlaiit e of
.Max. ill, wllh'fbe Inu'iilion of getting
I a nlleiicer fur Flfegtj H.tca.
14 Wltliout Itho-tnmf.irt or l.isa
i f TIiih.
We ha a New Method that cures
Asthma, and wo w..nt you to try It nt
our expense. No matter whether
"And yon say the key was stoluo 'your ch.. la of lung-stnndlng or re
from you at thn coronation!" Irent development, whether It la proa-
lie aeemod about to burst Into a fit em us hay fever or chronic Asthma,
of lauKhter, repressed himself with you should send for a free trial of our
dimrulty, and suddenly turned to me. 1 method. No mait. r In what ijirmtta
"What Is the number of the safe ! ou N- mutter what your t
in which your b. t.ds im?" he asked. -nti.
"No. S67." 1 snswered promptly. I T""- .' V, ""th", ,h,u", '"'"
lint m Iw.lt ftsitm at ; " J
..-.r.Vi-f- --'..- ,thc - - - i': y"s
The officers of thii bank gladly give those who
desire its advice gained by long experience and
study in investment and financial matters.
By consulting us regarding these matters you
will place yourself under no obligation whatso
ever. The First National Bank wants ydu to feel that
this ii your home bank and that it is striving ia
every way tot be of service to you.
Cut Out the Weak Sisters
(Fort Humner Review.)
(lu.idaluiie county ahould not send
a man to the leginlnlure who doea not
stand tlefliniely for the welfare of the
state and toii-ily. Hla parly loyally
ahould be beyonil doubt. The man
Mho got-n to Ihe leglnlature should K
to work for Ihe benefit of the Ifopla.
not to do something for himself or to
put through some local nieiiniire. A
man who doea not know what he
wanla to go to the leglnlature for un
like it la to make a dollar, generally
di.c what the fogey one want him
lo do. or things he should not tin.
Couiillca like (Ina.l.iliipc an- general
ly e peeled lo send some "Minn
punk" who can be eunlly handled by
the "hunt h." The Im in. x ran should
nominal. n mm who has a mind of
big ti n and menial guinnia to slick
so his priniipus.
We especially want tn send It to
those apparently hopeless cases.
Where all forms of Inhalers, dou' ben.
opium preparations, fuinen, "pi. lent .
smokes," etc., have failed. Wo want i
to show everyone at our own expense
shelf, and studied It for a moment,
turning the pAgct swiftly. Then be
returned aud seated bluistlf beside
"Hut. mademoiselle, do you not tea
what difficulties lie before you in at-'tbat thla new method la designed to
tempting to establish your claim?- he end all dliilcult breathing, all whees-
dmnaiided. "First, you must prove ' ..- "..".-
.a .. .. .. .....-..!- i -a ,u at once and for al time.
1 Thla free offer la loo Important to
have a duplicate key
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY A NORTH TOIE ALL
METAL FREEZER. COLD, REFREr 7IIRQ AND
HEALTHFUL. DESSERTS FROZEN IN ONLY FOUR
vr.nr IMutitltw l..ltuniili.l.lv And Ihn St onif
i"l - -,
a v a n t w,,., Muthliuh thUw-n ntuat
manufactured, "emeu nmu- ....t. ...i. ..........
unu l.egin in iiietiion at oti'f. mm
no money. Hlmply mail coupon '-
Our strong boiet do not opeu so read
ily as you seem to believe."
"Tell me, monster," 1 basardod. as a
new thought crossed my uiind. "If one
bad the key would It be foasible to
enter the vault and taka one's prop
erty from the safer"
Kntireiy feasible." ha answered.
"That Is, by dsy. Hy n.ght none can
past, the watchman at Mm steel gales
under any circumstances. Hut so se
cure are our locks, ao liunoasiblu Is it.
to manufacture a key which wtll 111
any ol them, that any person having
a key aud knowing, the combination
low, Lo It Toduy.
mr.K awtiim cm ins
FntNTIi:it ASTHMA Co.. Uoom
I ii(J .1, M.iuara nnd lludnon His,
Itiifr Do. N. Y.
Ki nd fire tllul of your method lo:
Thoroughly Well Mrde
Practical and Serviceable
GUARANTEED TO GIVE
One Quart Size $ls00
Two Quart Size $175
213 to 215 W. Gold Ave.
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