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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. N. H., FRIDAY, AUGUST 7, 1914.
The Evening Herald.
TIIK EVESINO III.MAI.n, !M
OlCOKilK 8. VAl.UANT, Manager
II. II. HBM.Vtl trtllor
ruhllahad every afternoon ex
cept Kunday, at 114 North Hecoad
Btreet, Albuquerque, N. M.
Entered aerond-claag matter
t the poHoffca at Albuquerque.
N. M-, under th Act of March .
fin muniit by malt or carrier. o
On week by carrier lr
On year by toall or carrier
in tdvanc It.vO
A MillllOW A I.I. I'MU.HVi M.
MANT problem and many ror
row come Inin the life of
Ihe pr.HliKnt nf the ".tilled
Mate of whlrh the man f hi fct
In tlliren know verv little. The
high position mine with It burden
which In a large exiclit he rnUMt bear
a lu amt v.lth which the people of
thi DMtl.in inn have little true ym
jaihy. Km In the groat, hiiniun Borrow
which Prrldoiil Wilson ha auffrrrxl
In thr death of hi wife. Mr. Wilson
la bearing a burden which thr whole
rtatlun cf niatur men atd women
understand to thr full extent of II"
bitter ties That ha him the aympa
thy of the whole people gne without
aaylng. Mr. Wilson today In hla
grief; thr kind of grief hat cornea
Into thr llfr of all of u who reach
maturr yrnra, la rloacr to thr piu. pil
ot thr I'nllcd States than hn ever
haa been before.
A (iMlHKH N CU'SK.
mind that I he help In immediate
Male ruiul i i.nKi rin i n n. nnl ! ip.iieil
from th;p 1m. ml ipmic. p not t.i be
come HHllnl'le. lit lcnt uiiill further
legivlat l e n'lii'ii run lr hail, and
ilwu we will have to struggle along
mlih. ,in the Ma mtii In our effi.riH
ti. net Yw Mexico noiln highway
In!., propel innditlon for the huge
l'iiiri-t Havel of I9IR
Th it the bond Ulle should be
fi.iitul pcrlouMy If not fiitnlly defect
lr i.v the nulla la extremely nnfnr
I mi. He. We have urgent need not
i.nlv of hnlf n million dollar,
init of several .million dollar, if thir
mule In to be kepi on an
,.h ii ncighhpr In thr
rvrn keel stand
ttn.hril hi domestic prien'e WhMp n
hoioe; the girl who la Ignorant of ,t
prefelp il fl.il. bo.irillllK III, IIMI or ho
tel. K'ir become essentially a
"nothina to-di" wife, and enPlly an
Ubhnppy wife A homcleaa mini In in
the n.itTM' .' i r Me apt to fvjll
n litlm to i Mi' ti mptntlona tht
usually l.mii one In tlii vnle of
leara. ninl he Ixti t worth flunk a
a hiipliiiml I'l'-n lie li.i" little op
portunity V beeome one.
It the ip'iin utir t: ii n, r girl of
Kaiipna run take ihope nilil ninl
wim.IIvj men ami I nine tin in lulu n
Mali of di.im tli ilv wheti they will
hltvlieil ii ml ole l he lieino
ti kel, than purely donientli'
lili'hwny building. 1 here Ip no "'
however. In trying over ppilled milk
There p. even; no iipt In oldlng
the leglelHture for putting up to I he
people n bond ippiie Ihup ho ilmp
polnlinK II inlKhl !r e"V lit point
out a lot of rnrrleppiiraa in the (min
ing of the bill Willi h pliueil the bond pntnl
IHue before the people; but that will
wiin or niitbi Wbtit we wnnt I
rmidp and thr only way In get them
I to upend the money and Inlmr nee
exrary to build them.
itn llo- meant r ruiul In It nunnp . -j,.,,. i,.rI,:,i ,
thr Plate highway roinnilaalon ha n yr ,.,,,(,riai 1)f tUi, ,,ny (jir
done pmrllent Wolk. It will be able.JOthl Jim ptiil,. that an anienilineiil
to proennl, in a rratrli te.t way, with '" ,h" oiiailtution of New Mnl,
. . , ... 1111 go before thr people in Xmein-
thr work now under conptrurtlon. , . ,.. ,. ..
! in r, whii h, Hhould it be ndopie..
Wt hellcvr thai at thr nrxt oppor- j Would al.oliM, the pmie l,.ini i
tunlly thr pe'iplr of New Mexico w ill I r'Hiiilirntluii. (f i-uiirpe who tr hux
lie prepared In ratify it much larger
bond laaua I him the one now found
impoaalblr. Certainly thr neit eg-
lem r i nn tlo mm h for thr olvllla
atlo'i of iinv elate. Evcrv common
wealth will be JiiPtlHeil In ppending
all lip np.'ire chunge In ttnlnlng the
Kitlp to berom,. ixpi rt hiinir-mukerr.
lor In no other way will thr men be
rrdeemed from thrii liomnilli . i1Ipm-
and hell mixing Inptiin tp
X Favors State Taxing Board J
Inluturr, (hould It aubinlt
piir, will be careful thnt
a ilefertlvr lapur.
I'll ftatiubllran friend In thr
Imperial county of Hrrtinlilbi
aland thl afternoon at Ar
mageddon and they battle. If not for
thr Ixird, at leapt for a cture, or
better, a pair of caiinr. which mark
thla particular one of the many lie
l9nii'rlLJLUir ,n ''nl,,r'a, rn
Hm. rerr-?rrlw . I rtr county of 8i
nirto. now rrttarw of AllMimier.iie
and a reoirMed leader of Urpubli
i an and Hepulili. unlpiu In thla greut
n th other hand aland the em
battled and cmhiaaoned force which
upport the raue of Hull" Andrew,
recently of the atate of I'lnttayl
anla, und aim now a itln of Al
biKiuer'ille and a rreognlzrd Iciulrr
of Krpubllrkna and Rcpuiilli ,nlHm In
Ihla gltut ptate
No mutter wbuh able win In the
Mltir atrugglr to be fought out at
the poll during two deaperlr hour
tonight. eeli aide certainly can g"
Into th ciin fill t con limn of Juptice,
tight und a high pen. of public duly
tod the interrPta of public welfure
behind them. What high-r Inaplra
tion to fieri r political combat could
any worthy New Mekleo Itrpubllcan
have than the lemlerchip of Iton
Klfrgu Ibn-a unlrPP It br thr glor
(oua. tinatajned Iraderahlp o Hull
To our Republican friend we any.
with full rii.ilatliin of the peril
you are ahout to encoum.-r and tbr
v-aat iiwue t atnkr go to it! May
the god of elriin politic and the in
spiration of noble and aulc leu.b-r-rhlp
no with ou.
What boot It that at the end of
the bloody ?ry there I danger ihut
the ol and other hitmn of Ihe
froren north may. perchance, nwimp
down upon whichever of your fenr
leaa leailei may prove lcorlnu at
' thr poll tonight, and Inking him
riilhlerrly by the artuff oT the nerk
and tbr emhrlllgtimen' of the pan
taloon, taut him uncrremonloualy
Into the garbage pii ?
VVhut hoot It, Indeed. If nt the
end of your well fought lunteet y..u
rind y.urelre st ill with a pair of
cong regional uppiruntp upon your
hauda; two well defined fwctloti
wlihin your purty. their hund n
twined lovingly In each other' hair'
The fight thr tbing-
llo to It. in. die Koniana. Whoop
'em up, brave followera of Klfegn
and fearlea defender of Kepubllcnn
principle when they are right ita
typified by that peerte leader of
pur poll He. Hull Andrew.
Vour rauieg are JumI. We can't
eay with alnrcrity that tie rlv a
whoop which all
itt Ion -blackening,
It a g'id for all runrerned.
Iroiiliivrd the almlilion ol I hip branch
I of our utile go et iiment uiuit lure in
View Holilethlng better to pupplunt it.
What can it be? I'lntiHiliteilly our
ryptem of HKeKpiuK needM correction.
Further on you lay the fault to
I n mil vi irnii I Ol litiu iilli d I .1 -
i chine.'' a ol claim that good Iteiiuuli-
The hept we can do. In thl alt un-1 1 an have been pent to the 1ckIhI.iI lire
in uie pupi men w no nine airiven
honcptly for taxation lerorm bul
huvo been hoielePily powerle-K
naalnpl thf "Ui'l'iililu an M.u hine ' Ii
com liiHion you advance np n remedy
tliti flection of a mi I id I iimoi ratn
houpi; crimpoP'd of free, untramelled
men who can go about the huxmepp
of remaking our taxation nymeni; ui
detered by a aingle "iihltKiilinli" p.ring
lion. I for the cnuntlc nlong the
t'nmlno Heal, the iNean to (icean
highway and Ihe other main route
erpeclully leplrril for tourlNt travel
In lIS, to expend every energy and
every nvnllnbln dollar in getting tbce
road Into proper condition. Thl
done, let u Bee to it that the next
legialnture make proper provision
for atate highway work on a p.ale
which will keep New Mexico on n
par with the other Koikv momituln
Mr. Kditor, I am and alwa have
been a planch Republic .in. and al-
though I will not promipe lo vote
liemucrutic ticket I will p'.ate that It
I vour Btuti mem I coireit and we can
, . , , , i not obtain taxuilon and apaetwment
The delay I vexing; but in Ihe llnnl ... .,,, ,h.
outcome It may work
In I crept tf nil concerned. Thr
the time another nnnMw- "J.
for the beit pitiful pluvety of Keptiblicnn mem-
half, brr of thr leglNliiltire to bon rule, I
,.,,1 I will hall wllh delight a aweeping
r . -n 1 t t t
ureat I rials or rlislory
i in w. of i Mtm i.i.isi.i u
AO'll l.elpler Waa am pled, convict . murder,
eil mill executed a one of the'trlid and
i i of what p pnon In the ' prbmiirra
Sierra County hat
a Candidate for
board prepenl a record that cannot
Nominate him and hla election I
aMMirecV Ki'iKiiPPnn and llojorguex
will make a winning ticket.
(IllllPborn Free l're )
lo you wnnt to pick two winner
,, I V. n l t,.i. l..l..n' Ir No.
Ii ii'li-tg of what p kmmn in the ' prlpoiirra had been arratxned before . . . . ,i..t.,.t
e.irlv hiPtory of our country a 'The a court con.tlt.ite.l for the purp.me by ,.,,.,, B,ivtt, Kirguppon I
""" ' " ' hnd ...mr to thl ordinance and having Invnerate ,,.,, rr.,i.itlo., f.,r con-
citntry in lf.C0 a. a tidier In the " " )'"'" " "' , ,np han,u f ,hp pemonatl
rrrvli e of Ihe iMitch WePi India com-, "-.... i,iniv. Ap n rtinnln mate for the
Inliv II.. IiiiiI iieonlp. .1 . ..i,Ml.l..rMlil I " .- ....... i.. t.........
wealth nhtlr engaged in the Indian
trail., ami had been In-'i unienial In
tnr organisation of five nmpatiie rep.
reaetillng the military fori lo be lipi d
In the protection of New York flty.
l.elpler wa captain of one of thrpr
regiment un a rrport be'ng receiv
ed that the adherent of King .dime
were ulium to pelie the fort a ml inng
ai re their ltilch fellow clllxena, a
mob nihercd tin thr evening of .nine
?, K.vi, to overthrow thr exitlng
government. eller, ap "captain of
the fort." ptreiigthened Ii with a bat
tery of fx gunp, which na the origin
of the public park which la atill
known a the "Hatterv ." Thr mavor
and the- council of the province al
tcmplcd !i pitclfy the people, but
When In December a dlapatch ar
rived trom William and Mary direct
ing that pence ahould iie preperved
and the l'v properly iidmlnlrtered.
t.elPler contrued tliU o an appoint
ment of. hlinpelf na tjte k1ir"'' lieuten
ant governor and commander-in-chief.
Hip away wa nbpolulr lor n
cniiplderable period, but In January.
Km, Major lngoldby arrived nt Ihe
tHirt with the new of llenrv Sloiigh
ter'p appointment a" governor and
demanded ptawaglon of thr fort,
which Lelnlrr refuped.
tin Sluiighter'a own demand Immr
dlH.ely after hla arrival two month
later. I.eipler llkrwlPe refuped lo ur
rentier It until he wn convinced of
SloilKhti r'P Identity and thr latter
had eworn In hi council. A anon n
I Vi in had been done he wrote thr gov
ernor a letter replgnlng h.p comtnnnd.
Kloughter replied by arieatlng him
and nine of hi friend.
The latter were nharquently rr
Icupcil after a trial, ut Ieiler wa
Imprlpoiied. charged with treaon and
a irluunal for Judging In preilect pnr,
and they aw. ruled to Ihe king. n
their reliiH.il lo pb tid th4' were con
demned for high lieapon alid Hcntetic.
rd to death. Jopeph Dmlley of New
i.neiann inen cno.i iiiHiire or .ew i
v.-.i .u ..... ii dlffereiu e
oin, h ' iim ioe i'i'ii i i'ihi i-ibii
had no legal authority whatever.
The trial of thepr men were man
IfiHlly unJUHt. The Judge were thr
,erona and poliil'-al rnemie of Ibr
pnaonrr and o groa were the nctP
of pome of the purtlc that Slotiuhtrr
henitaied at lgnlng thr death war
rant, and aald that he finally did P
when under Ihe Inllueni of wine.
The tlav after l.epler' execution
ni deiermlned upon, ainlil a drem h
Ing rum he parted from hiP wile.
Alice, and hi ntimerou family, and
with hi aoii-ln l.iw wa led to the
galloiv. Iloth acknowledged Ihe er
ror which they had committed.
'Through ignorance and Jeabui fear,
office of corporation comttiiPPlnnc r of
thl atate he ahould have a fpanlah
Amerlcnn. That I nrreed n all
aide. Itm who Phoiibl thl "amll
ilutr br ? Where rhuiiM hr come
from tin thl point there I pome
among ihe Icnlcr. II I"
generally admitted he phoubl come
fliiiii Ihe rmithw -atern p'Ht of the
alnte. Max Mnntoyn, the prepent
county treiipurer tif SiKorrn county,
haa been mentioned. lint Hncoim
county I'iniiiil rpnrr hi in Hhoolil he
be elected hl.s iiC"rpor would be
named by n board of eountv com
mlppionetp that I In complete ac
cord wllh Ihe Hocorrn county rln.
Montnn now ptatidp between the
money vault of the manly nnd the
greedily oulntl i Ii hi d hand of the
rlngpterp. So, while Monti, ya would
make n fine i anillilatc. hr 'hnlild
amy where hr , wherr he la more
Wr heiewlt.t propepo for conaid-
ll.r I. ...aim,... M 11,1 l.ariHi.in. I
lliiough ntlpnnilerinnding and niiatii- r1l.n by the I iniu-raip of the Plate
pt ruction;" In other leppet IP. they n- 'he nime of Kruil. Ip.'o M. tl..Jorie
wrteit their Innocence which their I of Hlemt cmintv ap fit candidate
Unmelcpa private lite confirmed. J f"f the ofll. e Mr. toijuniuex I n
Itv the F.ngliph law of treaon their nnllvr of Lower t nliforuiii. uu adopt-
eptatea were forfeited lo the crown.,
but thr committee of the privy coun
cil to whom thr matter wa referred
repor.ed that, although the trial wa
In conformity to the form of law.
they neverthelep recommended the
rent, .ration or thr entalrp of thr cul-,
prlt to their heir. In 1" t-laler'g
on mircecdrd In aecuring the pa
ngr of an act of parliament, rever
lng hi father' attainder. Three
ycara later the Karl of Itell nonl. who
hud hern ohr of the tnot Inlluenllal
gupportern of Ihr effort of l.elaler' ;
p,,n. wa appointed goverrlor of New
York, and through hi Inltnencr ibr
nppembly voted nn Indemnity to
rd aon of thip country, and lietter
aon never wnp adopted. a gentle
man till thr way through, forceful,
ler of vlilon, careful, thorough,
ai nplble of his duty, n man of bralnp
and acronipllPhmenta who apeak
both language with eiunl facility,
we can think of no me who would
ntako a atrongcr c.mdldatt. than he.
It; likable prraonnliiv w.ll win him
IhoiiRAnd of otep. Illit ,ap chieve-
menl n a county commiPHioner of
thl county and chairman of the
t McopHllna to Miti lii Oregon.
I'hlliiili'H'liiH, Aug. T. Member of'
thr Amrrhiiii OHieopathie iiivoiciiitlo'i,
concluded It F.lKhteeiih annual con-i
veil' loll bi te today, I'ortlnnd, llrr
gon, wa ihopen a the plaie for thn
Hr. t. A. I'plon o: Hi. 1'aul, Minn ,
waa elected prrPldent.
m miii; i i tiik kviii:n i:.
Many .lliiutiiTtp'ic INniple Have Itcen
t ailed MtiHKwa.
Week nftrr week lia hern puli-l-li.'.
the I.-hI iinoiiv of Aliiiniueriii
Pi plr kidney ufferera backache
X ii lltna peopl who have endured
many form of kidney, bbubler or
Hilary dbmrdrr, Thre wllneppc
hive uaed Ilnntrs Kidney I'lllP. All
hive given tbolr entliuPlaHtlc apprn-
,. If the numr every where--Sit. -in
n Ami'rlcan men and women are
;.i'lillcly recommeiidi-ig poiMt'a nl
np in the home paper ln't II n
wt tilt rfttl, convincing niaag of prool?
If you nre a ufferer your verdict
mup be 'Try Iman'a flrpt."
Ilcre'a one niore AI!noiui'riie cpr.
Mth. J. Hull, 40S W. Iron Ave, Al
liiiiiriilr, n' "One of my fam
ily wa ubjec to ntlnek of bai k
achr for several rnonlh. Hoinellmep
phe waa laid up for a day or l wo.
Iioan'g Kidney I'lIU quickly ended
thi truiil'le nnd Phe huai't had A Pl"n
of It during the part aeveral year
I hnvr publicly re 'ininieniled linan'a
Kidney I'lll lirforw and I ran aay
that I hive Plree uaeil a few doael
of Jionn'n Kidniy rill tnyarlf. They
havr h'lprd mr, tun."
I'rlce anr, at all dralera. Don't
Pimply nk for kidtiry remedy get
I loan Kidney Pill Ihe game Hint
Mra. Hnll recommend. Fnpter-Mil-burn
Co., Propa., Iitiffalo, X. Y.
'I'fWtUUU'jillc victory at the poll. Hut
pu omitted to them tho people of New xbHt whntvoti term"",Tai"fAJtwr Olf-
Mexlco will br'na fgdy -to uppf'vVelnut go much to do wllh thla faulty
a million lo two million rlollara !Y I'yMam of aPpe;lrtr Trnpeetv wa It- ap-
lpc.tr. Thi re aeem lo br aontetninH
I w rong with Ihr method of aara.ing.
Tnr fact or tne matter i m.n im-
were to approve
of hulf ti million
coiipI l it, t Ion a they
thi tlefectlve !nur
In tne laPt election.
MISTK' MIKVt l; KSS.
ANSAS comep forward with thr
proof of the pudding. It pro
duce atuliptic to prove that
tlomeplic pi icnce I a panacea for the
dlvorcr evil. For aevrrnl year thr
(late board of education baa ptrepned
Ihe Importance of thi brunch of
public education, wi-h Ihe ripult that
liiitneMIc aclence rour- h.ixe been
l-atu Illumed in hundredp of public
achoolp, and now II tell u that of
the k.tilio girl, graduated luxl year
from the high) r atate hool. the
tlrt eur lmr the Introduction of
the new cniirae of atudy, 4,40 huvr
married. Not one of then- .4'" hit
ought either cpaialion or dlvorcr.
Thl pcettip proof com liiPive thai
the influence of home can be made
potenl when the home. In Ita prac
ll'itl affuir. ia properly conducted.
A poorly managed home i bound to) value for county
public function of nelng
la a complicated hUHlne propopll ton.
that phoubl br handled by xp ri. or
In other worn men capable for the
Job and to do thi It run only be done
properly by the Plate. I do not mean
by thlp I hilt the county iia.-por or
county hourda of eiiliillx.ition rhould
be done uwav with; they could act
In n pal, ordinate capacity to a plate
imaiaitiiii eoiiimippion. It pllould be
! the function or the ptate ap-tring
' rommipplon In aacerlnin Ihe value
jand acreage of all hind In every
county In the atate of nil dePi rlp
tlon. and apportion game or rather
lit same lo the countlea when pi! -Haled
for nHemeni. th,. Pt.i e nnd
countlea In levy the tax for Male and
county taxe on exactly the ame hp
aeppment. No county nPeaor or
county bourd "f elimination to have
the right to alter the name without
the conarnt ot the atate body or board
if plate iipaeppora. Aeeing comnii
alun.) All railroad, teiegroph. telephone,
water work and nil i nrpomtlonn ot
every deacription ahould tie npi"ed
by thr 'ate hodv, and apportion to
ea'h tnuniy It hare of the tag.iolr
win; but we do
It I'puMlcgn row.
make trouble; indeed, the domoetic
haven that la not well managed ia no
home at all. The home la or ought
to be the unit of government. It
mupt be efficiently conducted In all
reppift in prove gurcegsful. It I
Ihe reut of family, In which thr do-
mcptlc funi'tlon are exoected to
volve gooil rltlKeiiehlp. A good home
onaiHta of number of department
and each ilepurtment mtiit be uc
ceppfully condui ted or the entire ma
chinery will get out of gear.
A woman who know bo to man
age a kitchen and dining room, who
conduct her nurery propel ly, who
imparl to her children the baaon
that can be learned nowhere elae,
will have no time to Incubate taupe
which lead lo th divorce. court"
Thr average man any man who 1
worth the powder and allot It would, wllh
takr lo kill him rarely liecomr In
different to the charm of a well con
dui led home. Hm would rather eat
there than elaewhere. hr love lo aid
In making it attructivr, and he find
It a mora agreeable renting place
thun "down tuwn."
It la when the alt nut Ion la unat
tractive at home, when the food I
improperly conked, wheii hi ur-
The county afnepPor abould be al
iened the lank ot uHai-aaing all I it
aoiiul property In hia county, an well
na town lota and Improve mctiiji In
toana and t itle, end Ihla appcppincnt
lii be applied tor the expenac of the
ritlrp and countlea where lulii appepp
no in i mude.
Now Mr. Kditor if we would have
till tyatetn of aapi KHing, I. c . (a p ale
uPaing board I. II would uiidniibled.
ly pi-nil out to each county t'inl'1" '
who would knew how lu iiwo-hp lu'ida
nnd nil kind of tilg Inoone-P. And In
that cape there Would not be a repltl
t .un of Ihr aaacprtiiiciil of I. una county
where the fardiil and outragcou re
liirna for all ngrli uliural land a aa-pi-nm-d
wile given at only !,:'!iT nire;
or If put in one pan h would make
b pa than two mile iUure w hen
mil the Kutue aeaor returned
dig ucn of iigil' Ullut.il land. About
thr fame ptyle of uppia'lng waa don
In t'liavcp county.
In ubmittlng thia urti'lr I dn ao
the expectiiiion that other will
give their Mew on ihl motnentou
mutter tliat i purely tetarding the
growth of our atute.
If my view ie conidered favor
able or partially ao t further auggcpl
f ir the tarrying out of taxuilon re
form, the turmiillon of uaM-paing und
taxation leugue which, of emu w,
pbould have lo clect or propipK Ihe
proper tnenibera of Ihr legielalure
that not only would be fit to Icgia
lule for taxation reloi in, but uIho lor
i We are Fonnd to be
rt l Tr-
4 uiavciy in x-iiui
. 1j I'ruce Itepubllcan.)
The AlbuiieriUe Herald la labor'
lng under un awful mlalnketine"
when It av. " Kepubllcan in lona
"Itecently tin (,rtiTTe",h,V"lWJ-."r-
ncrple undef Lna ('nice dut
line. Hinting In aiibptnica" that Taa
iiilviaullng thr cuiididucy of Hon.
laldro Armijii of l.ua I'rtnep for thr
Kepublli un leglKlatlvr nuoitnallon In
thi county. Alao Hint there win a
pllt" between Major Llewellyn "nil
"The author of the article waa
mlPinformed. Ku far a I know
Mr. A i nil Jo hup never conaiuered be
cotiiltig e camli'lute for the poHitioli.
Neither hiH landldacy nor that ol
any other peipon hua been or la being
udvotutcd by mr. Thr delegatea to
ihr liepiiblican county convention
Hill d lUlitlci-P be well qualified lu e
lect legpdalive nomlneea when the
proper lime arrive und no iloubt
they will clnaiHe Wlaely.
' There la no 'Hpllf b.t een Major
Llewellyn and uiyu-ir.
"When the , alnpuign open It will
he demonptrulril thai the coep har
mony prevail and that the parly in
thia county ia pirougt-r thi n ever be
"ItecaiiPe i f the mlprrpreaentation
contained in Hie article referred to,
I venture to n-. ucl that you publlah
"II. II. HOLT."
nbpervp the Inat threu ntence
of thi letter end Judge for yoiiraelf.
How could Hie Itupubllcun of Ihl
county be "lom aaunder and fighting
vigorouely" uiien there la no "split''
between Srr!nt"r Holt and Major Lle
wellyn, ami when Mnnorable Ipidoro
Aimljo Ig not a csitdidale for office?
When "ib'Hipi harmony prevail" I
the lime for the Herald lo wecu ita
Albinitieriiue hearth and not try lo
Mir up Httlle among Ita neighbor.
i'FilioL FIGURES Oil
Alabastine Sherisin-Wiiliams Paints
J. C. BALDRIDGE LBR. CO. 423 S. 1st St. Phone 402
lry' ptlnclpai iniiii ....
Ititrtrd frt.liv th-. jputMliUvuAu-
guwt I and annoiinred t'alar1
(rxpred in million, that W.
Uli't.uttit iMiilld) qre'
4 Winter wheal. 'J7.
Sluing wheal. 3.
All wheal, mi
Hut. 1.1 r.S.
W. I!. IIAIII1 CO.
for th Brag la rl of lil
ANTHRACITR, ALL R17.IU
riNOLINH AN! MUX. WCKin
CRICK AND PLASTKRINO UNI
banta ra BH1CK
Superior Lumber & Mill Company
Waahlngion. Aug. 7. Thr coun
try 'a record breaking rropa of win
ter wheat amount to 7!i.iuin.i"M
buphel. the ileiurt nirnl of agricul
ture anniiiini eil t"lay In IIP prellm
Inuiy eetimalii Thl I li.nH.
buhhela more lhan wa forccaet In
I'roppecti of the Rprtng wheat crop
havr dccretiprd during Augupt and
thai crop I now etlmnted at 23.
iitiO.liiiii buphela, or 3k. uuo. mm lea
than In July, making the total wheat
production forccUHt of 1 1 .min.oml
l.llnhrla. or M.oon.uiiu buphela ea
than Indicated July 1
t'orn proapeota decreaped 113. .
Otitl buhela ilLflng July .,11.1 a crop
of !.34.liii'i.ni'U kuahela la now Indi
cated, while oat decreancd 44.0"",
. runnina the tute government econ-
roundlng ar aloppy and untidy that ,,nilcaly and ahortenlng th. loin
MAKK TIIK Mi:T OP IT.
f nNrRriNTtl with lh opinion
I nf Dlatrict Judge Abbott that
the laaue of atat highway
bondg of t'0 0o u a conditional
laaue and that the rnndltiona arc Il
legal, w may a well make up our
he begin to drift and when the rag
chewing and other evidence of un
plcaw.nl rea begin. There are many
things that start the dumeailc unbap
pineaa that wind up In aeparatloli
and divorce, but th wife who know
how to keen her eatubHphmrnt In
good order I very apt to to eacape
them. Hha ran hold her husband,
maka him tractable and conaiderala
and control him when he threaten
to boll the puny. Th girl who la
of th le giplatiire.
11 ua try a-id got down to bupmea.
AlbuUeriUe, Aug. It. 114.
In flermany a patent ha bren
granted for a rubber aubpliiute made
from aoya liean.
Italian are etperimenllng wllh
the production of cottou on Ihe nar
of Tripoli wllh much aucieaa.
That Kpklmo buve two more rH
than anv other human race ha beeB
discovered by an Kiigllnh acteiitiet.
FUNERALS OF WRECK
VICTIMS BURIED AT !
NEOSHO TODAY i
Is Ccrr.rr.cn Trouble
.Should De Treated in Blood
I To Prevent Recurrence.
Jnplln. M.i . Aug. 7. Funeral ot ,
t uiilil. rirn. it victim of Wednepduy' I
wreck at Til. tint Kurd, where 40 per- j
on are kin.n to have IumI their.
live, wen- In 1,1 gt Neoaho, near here I
toduy. Th' la, die were u badly '
charred ii w.,a Impoaaibta tu itlatitlfy '.
them nml tin y were, burled In un- j
marked gt.iie. (inly lx among tho
dead have been Identified. i
The strictest attention to each individual account
is the principle governing the management of
this bank in respect to the service which it ren
ders for its patrons. Our complete equipment,
moreover, affords every convenience for the
prompt and accurate transaction of any financial
Make the First National Bank your banking
home and enjoy real service.
Mali Hang Ncgra-.
Monroe. lai.. Aug. 7. Pretnn
OnMiii and t'harle Hall, Peg rue,
wet,, taken from tha local cliy halt
loaer early today and hanged by a
iin.il. Lena than 14 hour before
Henry Holtm waa lynched here. In
coiini'ctioii with the aume crime.
A. J. Madden, an aged tracer,
killed by burglare Wednesday night
a inl Holmes was captured and lynch
ed several hour later. He I ald to
have ronfepped "d Implicated th
two other lugroea In the crime.
Hull and tirlttln wrra arreated '
lerday. K.aring they wuuld b
lynt bed. the pherlff loi-ked them In'
the city tower. Tha mob located the
negroes when one of them lighted a
cigarette and tha double lynching
To catch burglar an Kngllhma
haa patented mechanlem lo drop a
permon who atepg In '" '
at certain hour Into a PH. doora
cloMlng over hi in.
I'arl hua gl'Ut 1l realdviiia t
the wr to lAindon' fit.
Therr are nfiil gargle that tnn
j .a-.'nep la Ike tlunai, Inn to prevriit tb.ir
I lie-rapant riMiirn, Hie IiI.hmI iaui l nut la
I i.nl. r. 'ITe In .t rmirtlv la g. K H . aa It
liirtiimn-a ail lb fiui.tk. ul the Imrif la
ti.'titiplUe Hip IrritPiil. or .! priMlili-t
and In ptlmuUie ia.-ir ncri'ilua IbrungU
Ihe rroM-r .lisiiuel.
I Itn nail. sole llirnst la g tflflgeeoii
Inilirsiioo. as It ai.piis that the Min.iI la
loaiii'd ailh nmrr anr a-1. Ih in ili aid
a.-) raa exiete. aad may IUu lead to
I aerii.aa gi-aetal ittaturliaare.
I Tin- . ll"0 of K K. A. silunilale rellular
Brtlvlty. It iirrv.-at the .'. uiuiiipilna of
Irrtlntii la li-l stnla. It aabl- IIip
rl.Ti.-fl lo flapplf iiiii-klv tkr a.-w rrl
tfliMid to r-pli-e worn nnl iImpm.
tor tlii reapon uric a.l.l that flndP Ih
thr"! a ea.r pr-y lo Ita brrakitiii Via
Ial1ii'bi-e, la aatieet-d and elltiiiuald la
utlier Wrrila. HUM. privet. Is "V.aili e,4r
tlPtiiioa In euplilltig all 'lie a. ua llulinc,
of Hie lplr lu pi'.reia hial.l.r avunip li
MiHucare is pii.,n la a aiark.1 ibii.f-v-Uirut
of Hi lir.airlilal iiiUp. ahi-rri.y tbr
nikluip if .,l,f ari-h tlii.-k. grailKk t
li.'.'i.itaiiiiii la i.Ternaae. g. g. a , w.'ll
itiliiliil with water, oi-ana lile.pl Iwih.
suier it Is w'l.i.mv tu any liuiih aud at
oai-e g't lain tne l.iiM.I.
M. H H 1. frr of all ailarral and ran
taib liisr-(tleaip w.atdcrfuiljr cuaduulv lu
Well balaui'.il lealtto.
Vou ran s t II ( aa dm or. hut d'i
not a.nel anyllilng rir. ri.re I it.nprr
in uliil i tales. M g. H. Is tin-fare.! ..lilt lif
ll.e awilt Keltic t'o , Mwlft IIMs ,
Atlanta, lis ilur kl.dl.sl a-pt will gi
1..U tree lntra, ib.a . luall .u auy sotj-.l
of bluud ItlaulOria Wrli lttiaf.
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