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ROOSEVELT ON WANE
SAYS TAFT CHAIRMAN
Charles D. Miles Meets Republicans at
the Union League Sees No En
thusiaum for Wilson
As chairman of the Republican Na
tional Committee mill liunil of thu cam
palpi of President Tnft, Charles I). Uti
les made 1 110 tinitinItfloi1 declaration
thill t tin rillllfl relit utrnni.tli iiT Cnlntint '
I ( .... ... . v., v-u.vi.i-. i
UoftMCVcIt was on thu wane: that no I
careful obsetver was willing to declare,
that there is now any considerable
"flow" to the null Moose candidate.
ntid finally that no real enthusiasm has ,
ir..-.ui 1UI llltll silll'l' llic llll I IT 3
.Mr. Hilles til It I o 111 own ili'i'Iiir.'itlrnm 1
shortly aftir his arrival In Phlladelph
In at noon today to be the sliest of Wll
Hum T. Tihlen. president of the Union
l.oajeuo. who had invited to meet him
the one hundred member of the Lea
jrno's Tuft Cumpnipn Committee. Hen
fy 0. Wnasoii, ehairmnn of the ttepub-
IlfUlt Plato Committee and Congressman
1. Hampton Moore were the other spe I
eiallv invited quests.
At the outset of an interview pu
ccdinjf the Itineheon. Mr. Hlllcs said
that Taft sentiment wa erystnlirinj-
in all sections of the country and es
eeln11v. he said, whs this true In States
recently visited bv him. Massachusetts j
nntiwUeut, N'ew Vork. Michigan an. I 1
Illinois were particularly tnen'loncd I
"Tho apparent lotharjv In the Tuft !
campaign va due to the fact that w
wero hnbblod at the start." said M
Mlllas, "by a ml.xitp In the electm.
tiehcts ia many states. Instead of be
injj able to bojtfiti a eampnL'n nt onre
itgftisat tho anelent enomv. the Demi'
erats, wo were obliged to .traiyhte-i
out nnr own forces because of the halt
of f'oloiiol Knosevelt. Tbone taujjle-i
have now been straightened cut in most
of tht States and tho cnuipait;ii is now
in shape to tie waged upon well d
"T do not think yon will find a care
fttl observer anywhere who will adtni1
that Roosevelt ' candidacy will prn..
uny more effective than make Wilson '
andidney dangerous. This danger i
Wiap observed by lutsiness and wi.rk
inp men over the contttrv -lv men wle
do not want the uncertain conditions
that would follow Wilson's elect ioti.atid
they are turning to Taft as tho bulwari.
against such a result. Wo are. there
fore, reuduettnj! our fljrht in both di
wtlons against Roosovolt. not le
ansa his election Is being thought of
but because of tho menace it is in help
liifj Wilson, and we are lltrlitinp Wilso.
direct because of the anti-itopublican
principles ho and his platform stand
Tuo situation in Pennsylvania, Mi.
flilles saW, was now satisfactory ti.
him so far as tho electoral mix-up wa
concerned, and was being carried out
according to plans agreed upon some
weeks ago. ile said he expected to
uo over the Tnft electors with State
Chairman Wnssnn later today and that
he had no doubt that within a week
tho Tnft ticket would be filled with
bona fld Taft elector. fnneernlnp the
Roptibliran firnte ticket. Mr. Hilles re
'Wo aro not now and have not inii
e-l in that matter in any way whatever,
oxcopt to discourage a bolting Ilepub
liean tlekot. The present State ticket
was nominated nt a regular Hepnblican
convention, I understand, and the moti
nn It should be ac-epfed as Republicans
until thoy delnre thomoho otherwise.
Wo have had nothing to do with mo
tivus or rumors of motives.
"This identic course was taken by
tho National Committee in South Da
koto and California, where there was
talk of salting up a bolting Republican
fitato ticket. We aro not bolters in an
sense of tho word." Mr. Hilles here
atidad that his commltteo was prepare I
to eond Into Pennsylvania a largo list
of apoiikors. perhaps including Senator
I.tt Pollotte. and that a most vigorous
campaign for Tuft would be waged In
Pennsylvania from one end to tho other
"Wo have no idoa of neglecting,
avian less losing, this great Republican
Siftto,'' said Mr. Hilles, with emphasis.
Asked if he expected to nppcar be
fare the Senate investigating commit
ia to tostifv regarding 'ii reported
allegation that Roosevelt's campaign
was bnlng flnaacod by the Harvester
Trust. Mr. Hilles s.ild. he rertalnlv
would is requested. Then, in reply to
questions Mr. Hillls reiterated the
charge, but in a somewhat modified
form, He exjdained that it was through
floorgo W. Parkins that the. Harvester
Trust money flowed to Itoosovelt's war
chest, since Perkins was the spokesman
of thnt trust, and tho larger part of
his vast fortune was tied up in It.
Mr. Hilles snw tho President in New
York yesterday. "T gave to him an ac
count of tho work thnt has been done
and tho results thus far achieved, "said
Air, Hilles, speaking of his Interview
with President. "He expressed hit
satisfaction with the situation. Presi
dent Taft's strength In this campaign
lies in tho direct appeal he Is making
to ovory business man, to every man of
property, to ovory mechanic, and to ov
ery wage-worker whoso interests lie In
a continuation of undisturbed business.
iDO YOU KNOW OUR GUVRANTY?
It is very impottant tn both of us. All goods sold here are uuarantced to endure the lest of wonr;
iiionoy paid here is I'l njii'dcd as "mi rail." Wr guarniitct' entire satisfaction as 1o price, as to style, as to
wear. Von are to lie satisfied on fill these points.
Von can see what that means to ns; it means the utmost care in Imyinjr, and the most painstaking
expert service in selling: it means that we must deserve your conlidence it' we want to keep it. To yon
it means your inoiiev Lack if you want it.
OUR MEN'S CLOTHES SHOP
In this store you find new ways of doing business: we put your interest ahead of mil's. We want
you to be satisfied when you buy oiir clothes, and 1.0 stay satisfied with thorn a ft er wards,
Von realize tlu when you see how ninny styles we can show you. Vou reali'.o it still more when
yon see the care we take to find just the right clothes for you.
Our stock ami .ur litters help you when you buy and our guar.Miite.e protects you a ft pi1 you have
bought: if the clothes don't come out right, bring them hack any time.
A splendid line of Ulue Serge suits $12,50 to $25.00.
Kancy weaves in grey. tan. brown and blue at $15.00 to $25.00
HOUSE DRESSES AND KIMONAS
Desirable new -tyles. choicest fabrics and reliable workmanship eninbliTO ttl iTHlMng garments
of charm, serviceability and comfort. Prices range according to fabric.
House and Street Dresses 98c and Kinionas $1.50 to $2.75
WOMEN'S NEW FALL SUITS AND CLOAKS
"What's going to be worn" in Cloaks and Suits will be completely settled by your visit to ibis
Department. A complete showing of every desirable New Style, from the "extreme" bo tho more "stji
pie" styles are now on exhibition. Prices are most fair in each instance.
Ladies Suits in Serges. Novelty Cloths, Basket Weaves, Ktc, $13.50 to $25.00
Ladies Coats :!-l or full length, in Caraeouls, Plushes, Xuveltv Cloths. Broadcloths. Chinchillas,
FA a. at $7.50 to $22.50
I 4 L IE I- 4
ii'i i"ii 'n.-i In- iviil MMi-ive the en
dorsement of the American idectoratf
nt the foitliciiiniug election."
Mr. Hille' will leave Philadelphia
shortlv tor Lancaster, where he will
meet President Tnft.
Lookout Everybody for
Six Head of Cattle
Strayed '"j1imi. in the Spring, from
near I.ouney, in (Juny county, N. M.
hrec head of cattle branded as the cut
n lei' ii c ' Mugli, niul are supposed
to have -:ilv. i- i, a Mine. Also on
Sept. 7th. from the .Jackson ranch, one
pale-red cw with pido in flank, and
about P yoars old; One Jersey heifer
with calf, branded ntno ns abovo.
And one dark red yearling steer with
white face, hhow Jersey about the
nose bluek brnud II on hip. I will
pav iHin.oo for convioting evidence of
the guilty party or parties, if stolen,
r live dollarc per head for information
leading ro the wovory of the cattle;
or ?.0U per head delivered at the Jack
son ranch, five tulles southeast of Tn
eumenri. X. M. Have sold no cattle in
tho above brands.
J. T. KOGI3RS,
u Tufiuiieari, X. M.
to tins .iiiii.'ii to mtiiilicr. That
follows ns a nei-e-ary uifC'iuence;.
.there i no escape trom it.'
With the Profesor in the While
House and Champ (Mark as speaker of
the House of Representatives tho Pro.
e. n- system under which thia coun
try lias progressed so steadily would bo
ilmlislied. and the liiiiuess uf the eouit
i seriously duuia'ed.
"i J i ! l r- v J l 4 i l
PROF. WILSON 18 A FREE TRADER
Woodrow Wilson is an out and out
freetrader. William J. Bryan, former
presidmual i-undidate of the Domrerats
nevor hesitatod to acknowledge bin free
trade beliefs, whilo f'hnmp Clark bold
ly stated on the floor of the house that
he was in favor of tearing down oil the
.nstom houses-. Wnodrow Wilson's po
sit Ion on tho tariff wno apparently not
as extiomo and in his speech of accept,
anee his mild refereut-e to tariff changes
was evidently intended to prevent any
undue alarm m the country over the ab
olition of the protective system.
As in many other instances, however,
Mr. Wilson's record Is ngnlnHt him. In
lfiH2 he was a witness before tho tariff
board. He attacked the protective sys
tem and when asked "Aro you advo
cating the repeal of all tariff laws?"
'Of nVt protective tariff laws; of es
tablishing a turiff for revenue merely.
It seems to mo vory absurd to maintain
thnt wo must havo froo trade between
different nations and portions of the
country and nt the same time shut our
selves out from I'reo communication
with other producing countries of the
world. Tf it be nocessary to Impose
restrictive unties on goods brought front
abroad it would seem to me, ns a matter
of logic, necessary to Impose similar
restrictions on goods taken from one
M.. and Mi. Allen hae yone to
Denver t'ido. t" net their automobile,
wlii.-h Mr. Allen recently purchased.
They will return overland and Mr. A I
len will visit old friends in Colorado
"i tl eir return.
on. i v is ipiiet and well pleased wi'h
ietelf on account of good .-rops of
f."a and fat cattle, and prosperity on
everv hand, the only dread Is the next
four yi-or.-, foi we are mostly Demo
era tie and believe thnt Wilson will be
Mi springer's sister hn returned
t'om -i year's stay in Oklahoma.
The cnttle are boiunin to be w
ited npain with Black le in thix sec
tinn. P. Allen lost 2 calves and hi.
ttOf.'f.s 1. They are .ittaeked here a'
nearly all seasons and ntics from three
month old calves tr three year old
cows. Some of the people do no be
lieve In vaccination,
Miss Clemmen and f'apps have int
purchased the OITtit 1120 n half mile
hourh of Quay, consideration Hinii n
cash for the entire tract, which is a
Henry Buckner lost a black colt, sup.
pose I to have strayed from the pnstoro
just west of Quay. Ho is around huv
llic up venrlinj.'H aain this year
it- i; i.i a ' 'iiicnii -
1 A mail ikiii. I .isprl tn Uin.w recent
No, it wasn't a case of unreiiui'tod
be. Xotluiifj so rtmatitic as thai, lr
was niuiply a case of unpaid bills,
This man has health, a good wife ami
t'n nly e,nod prospect., Thete was no
icisi.n on earth why he shouldn't have
iv'd to a ripe dd age hi enjoyment
of all these bhvlii"s, if it hadn't been
that early in iitu lie drifted into the
iinbit of .spend iuu just a little mon
inoiiey than he hao. I ml end of liasiuu
liis expenditure on h's earning power-,
he baed them on his wishing power.
Marriage only made him worse. Aueneie
wliich had loaned him iinney at exoi
bitant rates were constantly hounding
him, ex ery mull hroii".)it him dunniiiu
letters, he borrowed from Peter to pa
Paul, he passed sleepless nights tryinji
to (lint .i way out, he npotiled over hi
condition, and yet all the time uch i
the phyehulosry of the spender ho went
on living beyond his means.
Finally thinp cume to a crisis, ami
drixeiu half oray by it all, he killed
niinself, leaving lit wife with a rnod
liisiirat.t'e nuil a lirokeii heart.
We often see people who seem t
havo mole of Mie yncul things of life
than aie i-omiiieiisiiiuto with their fi
nancial condition; and sometimes we
envy them. It is a foolish envy. Be
lieve me. anyone who lives beyond hi
moans, pays heavily in coin iA' unxietx
and a troubled mind for all the pleas
ure ho may yet out of his luxuries.
For eery man xvho Is driven to sul
eldo b;. extra vacant living I don't be
lieve that there are a hundred who live
on the brink of it.
It is said by thoe who have ood
reason to know that a ureal many of
the people who own automobiles are
ul ii,t!t 'lie .i- .-djc "t tltilili
..i I Mill. J lie I Ui'llies, thru salaues
.n tlieil p. a -e ill 111 1 II 1 :ne :itl lie.'ixilv
Mini t(."ifj. to iiiaiutiim the wretched
hinys, Decidi-lly the nvii;:es who
uel to call the automobile a "devil
wagon" spoke better than they kiioxx.
And decidedly we toitolses, who plud
aluti'.' afoot and eiixiotisly watch the
hares in their automobiles, are really
mi in-n more likely to win out in the
-ice fur happiness than we realize.
When a voting couple starts out by
i, niliiiy monuy in a haph:i.urd way
xvitl t attempting to reckon just lirmv
it i . . -1. a week they an afford to spend
I'm eacli item, they start on the road to
tioulile. I, nan sharks and charue ac
counts make such i tnl i t inns possible,
.ni l I think anvone with limited means
siioold avoid the lattei as carefully as
tho former, liven cheekin" accounts
unless one is very strong-minded, have
a tendency to make one cnreloss aliout
spendin: money. It seem" much
mote real, you know when you part
with an actual live dollar bill llirm it
does just to sljjn one's name to a scrap
of paper, especially wheu one ha a
plentyful supply of jut such scraps in
one's check bonk.
Spending money is the easiest and
most pleasant thin in the world ex
cept when you don't have it. Kven
then It may be pleasant nt first hut
sooner or later it will spoil your whole
,-.i ' ' 1 1 m ' .i'i I -I'll. . Ivitij; :il,ont
.i' In. ii 'I'lle II' liX i-st nt l.eoli.
I'.nMi '(iwn Inxe lieeu in 'lie hands of
lliUi nelit ni kXeets iinl the resldeli's
ii:ive .ntVerod much diities.s.
Aeeordinj! to udvices received here,
laree 'tetarluiieiit of marines ami
Iduejai-kois under Lieut, f'ol. I.oji", wuiit
tioui I'orinto t three points on the Na
tional railroad, i'hiuaudei.'a, to the
norliwet. I.eon In the oiilhwet and
''hiehiyalpa, almo-' midwa.x hot ween
('hiclli",alpa the cede of tl II
.lleliii'lil, ix hile the lebel xvele foiceit
to exaciuite the two other tonus tht
TWO AMERICANS KILLED
San .lua n Del Sur, Oct. 7. The Am
eriean forces lost two marines end blue i
jackets killed in the attack on Leon
and f!hiuandeya, which were occupied j
by the rebels. Fifty rebel" were killed ;
and many xvonnded. The others have
been disarmed. I
ChinnndKa Is ihe capital of the do J
NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS
To Insure advertisements to appear
in he N'ews the copy must be In the
olllce by (I p. in., Thursday evenint'.
We want to thank most sincerely those
who have been and will continue to be
prompt wit ii their copy on Wodnesihiv
and Thursday mnrnlni.', for our men
can do only so much In a "iveti time,
and when it is crowded in at the lat
moment xvo cannot handle it satisfac
tory to all concerned, but Is hrmiuht
early it will receive more time and na
turally you will yet better set vice.
Please kIvo us your copy as early
as possible. Tho News
SMITH & INNIS
Auto hospital and I'll Fix It" .Shop
City Bicycle and Automobile Tradini,
Automobile Supplies, Bicycle Supplies
Supplies for Anythluo; and livery
thin", (nit of Repair.
TUOUMOARI, NEW MEXICO
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them individually. The outrageous prices asked for Tailored Carments in the past have forced theni
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