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THE EVENING H Ell AID, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. 1UESD A Y, AUGUST 18, 1914
The Evening Herald,
THK kvkkiku HEitAl.n, I wo.
riRoitoR . VALL1ANT, Hmmr
ii. 0. IIKN1N1 fcdltof
Ifubllched every afternoon ei
rept Hunday, at 1(4 North Becoad
Street, Albuquerque, N. M.
Entered aa second-das muter
t tha KtolTti-a at Albuquerque,
N. M., under tba Act of March I,
On month by mail or carrier. le
tin week by carrier He
on year by mail or carrier
la advance tMt
THK II:MM H TIV tOM lATION
THK I mix rl (,f New Mexicj
have nominated a winning
din to ticket. Tliy have
adopted a alrong. sane, well written
platform, covering clearly and force
fully the demand In ! ihI.i I Ion and
state government which the elate
need ami which thr people demand.
The convention did the thins
with im enthusiasm and a unanimity
f action which point atrnlcht to one
fact: Tho people of thla atate are
amused ( the need uf a new deal in
legislation end legislators; they (lrk
tti thr Itemocnitle party to dive them
I hut new rt.nl, having Riven over
hope of betterment an long a a lie
publican legislature remain In on
trol. The lcmocrats realise the re
eponshiliiy thus placed upon them.
Nothing rouhl le more convincing
of the fmrt realisation of this
charge than the serious, earnest, dig
nified enthusiasm with v hie h the
necessary work of the stale c-onven.
lion yesterday uui accomplished
Th convention wa remarkable in
a number of way, hut it -vss most
remarkable In the attendance of
delegates. Kelix Marlines dwelt on
thla feature f the meeting In course
of hla eloquent speech, when he
pointed out that with hut two candi
date to nominate, neither of which
are aa close to the people aa moat of
the Mate offices; with no "bonne to
pay expenses" and no personal prop- j
agnnda to he furthered; with the
nominee already agreed uK.n in a
man who would not neglect hla duty
lo hla constituents even ti come out
lo work In hla own political Interval;
the Iemoi rac y of the state atlll came
forward with the largest delegate
ii.nveiuli.fi in Ita hiatory.
Tli In attendance can mean but one
thing- It meuna a parly thoroughly
united; earnestly alive to Ita oppor
tunity; keenly awake to the necessity
of making a vigorous, eiithualustic.
winning campaign for the wresting of
th slate leginlulurr from control of
the old corrupt machine and the
Vowcra of greed which have con
trolled hut mat nine, and through it
Ihla state for ao many year.
(lovcrnor McPonald dcliercd u
eeih to the delegates luat night at
midnight, at the tioae of a hiird day
of exhausting contention work. Tout
pcec h wna heard In a silence In
which, between the go.crni.r'a wurda,
a pin rould have been he.ird In full
Tha keynote of that speech wa
Work." It waa convincing and In
spiring and It closed an Inaplrtng
Ktandjng upon a clean-cut plat
form of vital lasues, the delegntea to
the stale innventic n are going home
today fired with enthusiasm and with
determination to win tho majority in
the next houae of representatives.
Krom rery point of view thla con
vention waa the heHt the Hcmocrata
i.f New Mexico er lime held. It
"plrlt. lived up to during the cam
paign now open, mean ii awecping
litnr in November and one of in-
kllinal.le value not only to the art
from a political atamlpoint, l.ut to
the welfare of the atate Irom the
tandrolnt of material welfare and
Hl I AMINO IIEAU
Ot it attention hua been atlract
.(I by rather tigoroua editor
laia In several uf (he weekly
nrwBpapeia of tha eaatern part of the
alale, eapecially ihoae at I'ortalei
nd Tucumearl. with regard to the
ua of the atate road tag and the
fr.uo.fiuu bond ltu.ua for road. In
building the acenic highway or "t'l
( amino Iteal. Thea editorial, have
appeared elm-e the elate road con
Vrotlon In hanl Ke and evidently
have been Inn pi red by comment of
delegatea returning home from that
faya the I'ortalea Valley Newt:
"The recorda allow that llooaevelt
county alona has forcibly contributed
n.or than la.buu tu the Kania Fe
C'amlno Iteal, many limea tha amount
vl money that h boen expended by
llooaevelt county on her own roude,
and each other county haa paid thli
touch er more, yet with all thla trlb
VI thit haa been levied they (e-
lul reference la made tu the city
of Mania Ke) are not aalinfied with
ll and a nice little coup hag been
ie' ard and, (lulcea vlgoruug a1!1
are taken, will he Kprung "
The writer then gore on to a weft
that the entire ir.oA.oua riwl bond
iaaue la to l-e uneil In building the
n enl. highway ai d that load alone
In the Drat place, no money hn
been tealixed on the I'.'lO.OOO n.a'
bond lung nnd none la likely to l
readied for ewi time to come; or
until after tho eraaion of the lex la
lalure. even If that body can lake
atrial which will make a legal sale
of the iM.nds poabh at ihelr Inter
eat rate. In the aecuinl pirn e Ihla
bond laaue fund, If reiillacl on, will
k spent by the atate highway com
nilaalon. which, while II propiea tn
Onlah the acenic hlhgway, certainly
doe not propose to expend Ihe in
tire half million dollars from the
bond laaua on that one road.
The excitement of the Porta lea
paper and other which have
preached along the same line, la pre
mature and unjuet If lil.
It might be an Id, further, that If
Ihe In, (too which Itooaevrll county
haa paid Into the amino Ileal fund
is more than Roosevelt connty hna
spent on her own roads, that that Is
Ihe fun 1 1 of llooaevelt county, and
Vet there la aomo Justice In the
complaint agulnat Ihe taxing of all
counllee In New Mexico for Ihe build
ing of ihe s-cnlc highway. Undoubt
edly that highway when completed
will be of value to the whole atate.
It will benefit every county In thi-
state: but it will be of direct benefit
chiefly tu thi counties through which
It pusses, nnd It probah'y la right
Ihut those (ountiea should lie re
quired to pay for the highway. In
deed, the counties directly served by
this highway should Im glad of the
privilege of iwying for the portion
of It within their boundaries.
The Porta le News goes on as fol
"ll appears that no movement
looking toward the advancement
of the st a to and Its Internal im
provement may be put through
except u"h as will redound ad
vantageously tu Hanta Ke and the
citlsena thereof. Of what ad
vantage la It to other portions of
inn atate for a few eastern
aightseera ti Joy-ride over Ihla
Kl Camlno Keal while the farm
era, the muarle and ainew of the
atate, are compelled to pull their
teams Inside out In order to get
a email load of produce to town?
What doea the large majority of
the cltlsenshlu of the atnte fare
about Indian pueblos and Ihe'
I ulna of cliff dwellings? Why
should we encourage giving our
capital the appearance of an
ancient Mexican village? Much
better would It be to move the
seat of government to Albu
oueniue, a clly f modern arc hi
tecture, of American hitstle and
bustle, where twentieth century
people occupy twentieth century
houses and are Imbued with
twentieth c-enlury enthusiasm and
vigor. Prehistoric: ruins and
ancient architecture are nt suf
ficient In themselves to give our
state t hut standing and dignity
to which its reaourc-eg and Im
portance entitle It. It was thla
appearance of the long ago that
fr fifty yeure barred ua from
the aisterhood of states and that
la today rcepomihio for much of
our civic untieanncaa. Let's fur
"There le. however, one twen
tieth century accomplishment
that la not lacking In feanta Ke.
and that ia their system of per
mitting the rest or Ihe state to
liberally contribute to their
needs, both fancied and 'Iteal.
This scheme will not be put
throuKh if the eastern tier of
counties do not sleep on their
We trust that the Portdlea news
paper ia not sincere In its suggestion
to wish the atate capital on us. And
we are certain that it ia working l-
elf Into a pasaion over Ihe ittaimat-
lion of the state highway bond laaue
funds, however right or wrong msy
he its Intlmatlona aa to Ine disposi
tion of Mania Fe to grab everything
in sight in the way of ttate funds
for atate improvement.
The stale highway bonds haven I
len sold; they are not likely to be
sold soon: no one has grabbed any
thing, without due process of law.
and we believe ihe newapaper can
rest easy in the assurance that no
one la going to grab anything. Cer
tainly Justice haa been done ever
aectlon of this atate by the present
stale highway commission, which
has admittedly accomplished won
dere with the very limited funds at
We have enough real grievances
In this state la holler about, broth
ers, without working ourselves all
up Into a fever over imaginary one
AS INTKHLMIM. t OMUTIOX.
HAT 'here are more Republi
can la New Mexico engaged
In dodging a nomination, for
congress lhaa there are Republicans
seeking a nomination haa bee a evi
dent for soma time. Iark horses
refuee to be kept dark, because they
osiat ia Ktuuf vut la tba Hbt t
rrp-idlate the Imputation that they
are dark h .isea. Ptac tirally eve ry
man who his been pul.ll' ly auspect
fd of being a candidate haa. Indig
nantly chilled It. The boys do not
can. ., go iguinat a sura thing. The
Lofilalniig l.llteral. a sturdy Repub
lican paper, ricvs of Ihla rltuatlon:
The npproai h of convention llir
gives the loftty piutlsan a chance t"
urge Ihe nomination of a friend for
Some office. I.aai week Ihe name of
Col. It. K. Twite hell and Hehalor
Panky were puoliahed aa candidates
for members of consreaa. Colonel
Twitched In an Interview announced
he waa hot a candidate and would
not become one He has severed his
connection with Ihe Hanta Ke road.
Vend lexpert during the next few
year to have lots of fun recording
history, whbh to him Is much more
enloyaMe than making 11. Hvnator
Panky announced Ihut he was en
tirely too busy with his own affairs
to leave Ihein and take i p the af
fair of the nation. There nre in the
state plenty mora Republicans who
nre not and will not become candi
dates for the nomination of congress
Till-: HOl TAX.
Klt.VU.II.I.ii coiiniy'a delegates
Hindu a hard fluht In the rloa
Ing hours of the IVmocr.itlc
state convention for a resolution fa
voring the .tliolishlng of the 13 head
lax for road. They did n d win Ihelr
fight in Into, but with Ihe bucking of
llnvernor Mi Iv.nald and Hiate Chair
man James II. Paxton thc-y did suc
ceed in incorporating in the platform.
with the uminlmou vote of the con
vention, a plank asking the reduc
tion of this unjust head tax from S3
Thu Is unothi-r victory scored for
Jb I na III lo county I icnioi r.ccy and (r
the Democracy of the slate.
Paragraphs In several of tho New-
Mexico newspapers slule that It. II
lloulware of Hllver City la hooiuir.-t
Alvin N. While for governor In ll.
Mr. lloulware made a very good
member of the lower house of the
last legislature, although circum
stances over whi h he hoi no con
trol made It difficult for him to get
very far. His career as thj manager
of a gubernatorial boom doubile
will be watched with Interest.
The Kort Humner Review sugcicatH
Hint Huerta might as well go on to
Europe where the surroiinclings will
make him feel perfectly al home.
100 11 r:VAR I), tioo
The readers of this paper will he
pleased to learn that there Is at least
one dreaded disease that sclc-nia haa
been able to cure in all its stage, and
that la Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure
ia the only positive cure now known
lo the medical fraternity. Catarrh be
Ing a conxtltutlonal diseaae, requires
a constitutional treatment. Hull
Catarrh Cure la taken InternaCy. act
ing directly upon the blood and mu
cou surface of the system, thereby
destroying tha foundation of the dis
ease, and giving the patient atrength
ny building up the constitution and
assisting nnture In doing it work..
The proprietor have ao much faith In
Its curative powera that they offer
One Hundred Dollar for any case
that It fail to cure, tie ml for Hat ol
Address: P. J. CIIKS'K Y & CO.
Hold by all Druggists, 7Se.
Taka IIhII Family Pill for con
stipation. B. R. T. LEGISLATIVE
BOARD NAMES OFFICERS
- The legislative board of Ihe I troth
erhood of Trainmen finished Ihe seat
slon here today with an election. J
K. Hkidmore of Raton is chairman
J. J. Ileaney, AlhuiiieriUe, la vice
chairman, and I.. It. Hawthorne of
San Maniul is secretary. They were
elected for three years.
The members expressed upprerlu
tloil of Ihe publicity afforded their
alma and objects by the newepapers
Of llxu OuppcH, of Fit Yetri'
$Uj!iB, ReCe-rci bj Car !uL
ML Airy. N. C.-Mrt. Sarah M. Chan-
Pelt ol this town. Mr.: "I aultered fof
live cr wtm womanly trouble., also
tonucrt troublrg, and my nunnJimcal
o mute nua any one couia ten, ,
1 tried mott every kind of midktee,
But Bong did ma any good.
I read ona day aboul Cardul, the wo
nsg'g tome, and I decided to try it. I
lud not Uken bit about liX boll leg until
I was almost currd. It did me more
pood thin ail the other mediclnts I had
Lied, put together.
My friends beRati tsktng me wby
lookr d to well, and I told them about
LaidiiL Several are bow taking it."
Do you. lady reader, aufier from t.iv
CM the ailments due to womanly troubic
auch is headache, backache, sidcache'
ait'rplessaeaa, tfld Uat evefUwliniily Ured
i ll m. let m urjre you to Rive Cardu! a
rial, w e tel cont ule nl ll will help you,
st 8 It lias a million other womea ia
ii t'aat hail cenlury.
lit pit tatting C'ardul to-day. Yotj
won't regret u. AU drugcistt.
avrav a,- Cha'i.nao,, Ifxl.rlne Ca, l.l tV
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V i lpJ O.IRWIN
And thlg waa Wrdneadny evening!
I should arrive dart and dny ahead of
neceaalty. For 1 could reach Parla by
Friday morning, which left inn three
whole daya before; tbo trial began.
After half a mile of tramping over
tho clogging sand I began to pasa fish-
rrmrn'i cottage; then tha white
homes of tha resident appeared,
itrung out under tba rllff, and the aand
yielded to a firm roid Not far ahead
ot me I taw a little railway atatlon.
And, aureat teat of chilliatlon. a lit
tle newsboy scampered alone toward
i ma, crying Ibe latest edition of tha
Nice papers. I stopped htm and pur
chased one, bidding: biro keep the.
change of the franc I banded blm.
FeverUhty I opened It.
A moment later 1 waa staggering
like a drunken woman. For, in tha
Uige, black headlines before my eyea
I read tbe fate of rsarle. and the uie
Inisnesej of my Journey. Tha trial waa
to take place on Friday morning.
Thn government had hastened It by
lhre day, to appease tho outcries of
the press and save the ministry. For.
If I had left public feeling against
Charles at red hot heat. It waa now
white-heat and Incandescent
"ny Friday evening ihe traitor must
be on hla way to perpetual exile on tho
DevH'a hVand. or the government
falls," waa the terse telegraphic sum
mary of the Parle correspondent
What would I not have gives iiow
for the aeroplane that lay. a wreck of
metal and wood. In Scouto market
"Aa for tbe female spy. who wta re
leased on ball," the message continued,
"It la now believed that the woman
who flew through France and evaded
the authorltlea In ao aensatlonal a
manner upon tbe Monaco frontier and
it other places, waa not she, but mere
ly a notoriety seekor. It le aald. on
Tustworthy report, that the apy bae
Red to Belgium, to Join ber lover, an
ea-offlcer of the German army, and baa
already placed norself outside the
reach or the law." -
t smiled weakly at thla wildest or all
minors. Then I set off hot rooted. Five
minutes later, breathless, with tumb
ling hair, 1 waa Interviewing tbe ela
tion master, at Hon Martin.
A special train to Paris, madsme!"
ke ejaculated, when he bad recovered
from bla ar.tonUbment. "It ia Irapos
tlble. It A'culd cost you six thousand
franca. It would disorganise the traf
Be over tbe entire avatem. nealdeat.
do special train could reach the capi
tal by Thursday morning. If you
should take tbe tilgbt local to Mar
seille and make the Thursday morn
lug express', It would land you there
by eight a. m. on Friday.
"Hut Friday will be too late," I
cried, thrusting down the money upon
tha table of bis office. "Here are aeven
thousand francs. Take, them only
give mo a train. You do not compre
hend, monsieur; it la a matter of lire
He rose, perplexed, and ecratcbed
"I don't see bow It can be done," be
faltered. "Under ordinary clrcum
stancee I could give you a special to
Marseille, where you could make your
own arrangements, but unfortunately
why, tbe ex-Kmpreee Eugenia cornea
from Nice tonight, and traffic must
wait for ber."
I glanced at blm In dumb deapair.
Then my gate wandered to a great
map of tbe southern railroads of
France, suspended from tbe wall, and
an Idea occurred to me. I walked over
and placed my finger on It.
"Out wby nc; go through Lyon!" I
He came ever to me and followed
tbo tracing of my finger.
"Why, yea, mademoiselle, I eonld
give you a clear road to Lyon." he an
swered. "Hut there you would have to
wait for tho exyreaa from Geneva,
which baa precedence ot all traffic, for
bla excellency the president or the
Bwisa republic makes a ceremonial
visit to Paris and' '
"And traffic must wait for him." I
"Exactly, madame." lie answered,
beaming. "Your perspicacity la like
tbat of a ma'n. I am sorry, but"
"Give me a special train to Lyon," I
ffal lVl,wT '
n 'rruP"" bru.quely.
Hut It will do iou no good
madame," faltered, tbe elation master.
Then his glance fell upon tha money;
tie shrugged hla shoulders, looked at
me whimsically aa though It were use
less to Interpose further obJoctloLe to
my foolish whim, and became all at
ance the man of action.
"It sltatl be ready In firteen min
ute," he answered. "But, ruadame, the
authorities will certainly not permit
sny epedalto follow bis excellency',
the president, for eeveral hours."
I made no answer but parecl tha sta
tion platform while tbe lumbering en-
(Ine reversed Itself upon the turn
table and at last cama clatterlug up to
i' car and was coupled on. In less
tnan half aa hour all waa in readiness.
I stepped into my car, and, an Instant
later, we were off, really off, on the
long road to I'arle of at least I.) on.
an .c. . u .. . . . .
All thr.iuah thai titalit wa rseitil uta. I
.. . . -- - 7 . " i
lha vaal i.Ih.ii- t..,w uruiin.i k 11.1
., . " ; ---
HuulM'' breath of dismal, wtud swept
f sijiow Tndinj.m",,f ?sl(Jnre'ai
,j e-?-o W2rr-' W-J
t'fiil lieiw oV grn'd avc.nl ul wli'c."
rame to me through the velvety black
ness. I had not eaten elnce tbe pre
ceding evening, and abould not eat
again till I reached Parla. I toll dlrxy
tnd weak but the Inteuslty or my res
olution spurred ma to fresh effort;
nor did 1 close my eyes until, soon
after six, we rolled Into tho large sta.
tion at Lyon.
t'pon the platform opposite a train
waa standing, the engine puffing fran
tically, as though anxious to be off. I
nrana from lha earrlna ami r oa1 !
toward It A functionary barred my
"You cannot pass." he said sternly.
"Hla excellency tha proaldent of tbe
"ilut I must see blm." I cried wild
ly. "I must see the president instant
Then I became aware tbat a atont
good-natured, fatherly-looking old gen
tleman, who bad been pacing tbe plat
form, atretchlng his legs, bad halted
nearby and waa watching me Intently.
Though It waa early morning he wore
a full dress suit, across which a broad
sash of many colore waa draped. In
stinct leaped to my aid. J cried to
"Monsieur le President!"
He hesltcted and then came swiftly
"At your aervlce, madame," he an
swered. "Take me to Parla In your train," I
pleaded. "It la a matter of life or
death. Tbey will not let me hire a
train. I must go, I must be there by
"Take Me te Parle In Veur Train," (
Ho bowed and offered hla arm.
"You shall be my tuest, madame,"
ie answered, and escorted me to bla
:arrlage, aa though I w ere a princess,
leaving a line of gaping functionaries
That agelong journey la only tbe
faintest memory to me now, for, once
Ibe train alarted. my pe t up feelings
found vent In a hysterical outburst
which sorely repaid tha good president
'or bis cc irtesy. I remember how be
ind ble suite crowded ma aa I lay In
:he aleeplng car which he had perforce
relinquished to me; bow eomeoue dla
:overed that 1 waa starring and fed
tae with trllk and whisky; how, over
some by the potency of the liquor, I
babbled aometblog of my etory at
Isast euough to reveal my Identity.
Then tbe romance of It gripped them
uid they constituted themselves my
ervltors. Towns rushed past us and
were swallowed up In the plains, night
followed day. and at last, after an eter
elty ot torment, we rolled Into the ter
minal at eight o'clock on tbe morning
Nest I remember a wild ride In a
:ab, with tba secretary or tha Swiss
'edition seated beside me, trying to
:Jai me aa I brandished a bundle of
papera; a halt at the fortreaa gates;
Hidden message tbat aent orderlies
currying In all directions; finally there
times to mind tha picture or a court
room, of the grsve Judgea, or Cbarlee,
rect in bis uniform, regarding me at
Irst stonily, then with a cry of amated
ly. I recall, roost faintly of all. thrust-n-
down mr documents before the
presiding officer. Than blackness en
compassed me and, aa my senses
failed. 1 felt Charles' arms encircle me,
and fell into that haven aa a ship,
wrecked aallor casts himself on the
sustaining breaet of tbe land.
(t'omlnnocl Tonrtrrw .tftmnii.)
NEW DIRECTOR IS
O. V. rtuaael, recently appointed
ptiyaical director of the Agricultural
and Mechuiilial Aria college of Xe
Mexico, I In AHuiuer.u en route
lo Ihe college. Mr, Hum-I la well
equipped for Ihe dm leg which will de
volve upon him. While a student at
tha I'mteraliy of Chicago he pled
on Ihe college foot ball learn In lh
tail of lo. Ihe leam being the chain.
I' Ion mat yer. He was captain of
im tracg leum or the, nnieraiiy in
ih, airing of IV07 and in the f.ill vf
1 )g v, convj vf the 'not bl
7: I I
team at Ihe Pnlveralty of West Vir
ginia. In Ihe spring of inn Mr. Russell
was n as 1st a nl coach of the truck leani
el Ihe t diversity of Chicago and In
I ho full of ihe same enr he cus'iied
Ihe foot hall team ill the Colorado
Hi hoo of Mines. In the winter of
l0-l10 he couched the freshman
team at the I'nlverslly of Chicago,
SPENT Ofl II
Santa Fe Authorizes the Ex
penditure of $43,000 for
Betterments for Albuquer
que and New Mexico.
Kstlmiites of the expenditures to be
made on the more Important addi
tion and 'ir'tii nieuls authorised l.y
the Han In Ke railroad for Albimuer
que nnd New Mexico divisions recent
ly total 1 11. (lull. The estimate, most
of which will he exceeded, follow;
New Mnlin IHvlsloti.
Itrldve No. S Si-A c IrlllnRe protec
AHiuiueriiie Construct Ion of a
terminal postothve, .!..) no.
Undue No. MH-A rutting In two
dlke for bank protection. 1 1.. MM).
AlbuiUi-riUe Installing Hew eiUlp.
ment In 'he carpenter shop, Il,5ti0. j
to. 4 C'tgf?a siaisasssniiSeUILDHtO-
lw b'TAwrs A.UtOiOUrjL0?iflD
hjIo Compfttiy CAutokhia
7. C. BALDRIDGE LBR. CO.
V. II. IIAIII1 00.
for gh. Dew In rael of Alt
' PHONE tl.
Figure with us
A Convenient Method
Of paying current expenses is to maintain a
checking account with the First National Bank
and drawing checks for your bills. The First Na
tional Bank invites checking accounts in any
a'nount and renders prompt, efficient and pains
We are sure you will be delighted with the con
venience of this plan and shall be glad to explain
it further and to inform you regarding any rules
or customs with which you are unfamiliar.
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HEALTHFUL. DESSERTS FROZEN IN ONLY FOUR
213 to 215 W. Gold Ave.
Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies, Stoves.
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Dr. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S
Or MAGICAL. BEAUTIDER
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Alhu.llcriiie New powerhouse, 7 7
feet I" ilichc by 70 'eel 4 In. Ilea.
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Construction of 4 .1 feci of concrete
retaining wall between M'ill.cn and
l ain lew , 1 7. Sim.
0. R. E. DANCE
AND CARD PARTY
The Order of Kallrond Kinploycs
will give a card party and il.i.i e Inr
members and I heir feminine, friends
In Ihe new Woodmen hall, Central
avenue, Wednesday nlltht. The com
mittee cif arrangements Is composed
of Messrs. Moore, Key nobis unci Ly
423 S. 1st St. Phone 402
ANTHRACITR. ALL ZX7.K
KINDLINO AND MIIJ. WlidD
DRICK AND PLAHTKRINO MUM
a a nt a ra bhick
on Sash Doors,
& Mill Company
Thoroughly Well Made
Practical and Serviceable
Low Priced. ' 4
GUARANTEED TO GIVE
One Quart Size Sl.GO
Two Quart Size $175