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PAGE SIX. and in explanation to the others, "Her ankle is In pretty bad sliape." Freddie Fairfax dropped the lines, and the pins made a break for free dom, "lice." he ejaculated, "I'll bring my motor car." "No." Eleanor refused, rind waved him away. "Hun nfter your pigs, lit tle boy. They're in the clover." With one excuse and another she got rid of all of them; then she held out her h inds to ilai I lonald. "Did ynu care. Hugh." she asked, wistfully, "when he spoke that way about giving you money?" ooooooooooooo ooooooooooooo national Mckinley monument at westlawn cemetery nearly completed t i From Diana's Diary MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. Till Tlnio Mlw Ulllplc klc n Soft Simp Trmrllna; t iiiNHiln to n llclhutl lilv. I nil Ili-m a Itlrd In n (illditl nt Miinif Xirnlii! (1y r. w. m ii i i i:u. ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO Capital and surplus. $iov,ogo "Not after you defended me. he ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. J "All I Have SH'ii In tlie Top of tin' II. At last 1 am en route with Mr. Cushwads and her parrot. "Alexan daw," full of wanderlust and dtnlnR car frrub. Mrs. Cushwads has told me that we are to take In Washing ton. Atlantic City, New York and Nl arara, and as this may be the only chance of my LIFE to see them, you can gamble that I am going to . rubber at the sights for all I'm worth. We are NOW at Washington, hut ALL, I have seen Is the top of the Washington monument from the car window. Mrs. Cushwads hasn't stirred from her room In the hotel ONCK since we arrived, and has kept me right by her reading to her the "Life of Iidy Jane Grey." This Is the SECOND time I have read it to her since we left home, and It's a Washington Monument." wonder to me she doesn't get tired of it. I know I am. Sne generally goes to sleep while I am reading, ami THEN I have to sit and amuse her "Alexandaw" until she wakes up. Then I have to read some more, and so the time goes. OUTSIDE, bathed In brilliant sun light, lies Washington the wonderful, and ALL I have seen of It is the monument from a DISTANCE. I had hoped to see the congressional li brary, the white house, the capitol, the Sinlthsonlun Institution, Arlington cemetery, Mt. Vernon and dozens of other sights, but Mrs. Cushwads doesn't CARE to stir out of the hotel. Mrs. Cushwads evidently LIKES to travel, but, like a crate of onions, not us a passenger. Am I stung? (To Be Continued.) wkia Hike (By Virginia Illalr.) '"Jock." suid Hugh MiicDonuld, ""are they men or monkeys?" Jock, being a collie of Intelligence, roclted his ears conversationally, and followed his master to the edge of the bluff, where they stood looking over. Down the road below them, driven ipellmell by a youth in bunting pink, came a team of razor-backed hogs. Around their necks were wreaths of buge yellow chrysanthemums, and the long yellow ribbons with which their driver tried Ineffectually to guide them, were of shinning yellow satin. Behind them a quartet of stamped ing sheep, violet-wreathed, and har neKAed with violet satin, dragged af ter them a laughing, romping youth, also In hunting pink. The two contestants In the strange race were followed by a shouting, excited crowd. A little woman in scarlet, joining hands with two stout gentlemen, brought up the reur, and Ihey all disappeared around the curve together. "Well, Jock," said Hugh MacDon ald, "it's a poor way to treat the pigs, and you could take better care of the sheep than that." The collie wagged a responsive "tail, but his eyes were still fastened on the road. Hugh, following their direction, aid: "Oh." quickly, as a girl limped In to sight. tthe looked up and waved her hand at the minister. "I'm coming!" he shouted. and Jock led the way down the winding path. When they reached the road they found the girl sitting on a big stone. "I have hurt my ankle." she said. "I made them go on without me." "Were you following that?" The minister Jerked his head In the di rection of the motley procession. "Yea." Her cheeks named. "It .must seem awfully silly to you." "It'a cruel," the minister condemn 4. "Jock could take better care of the aheep " "I don't believe they thought of that." "Do they ever think?" he ques tioned her. Tm not sure," she confided, "but they're awfully good fun." "I think it was Just as good fun when you and I used to pick wild flowers and row In my little boat on he lake. Those were nice, simple lirnes. Ellie, before these society IM-ople came up here to make fools of the country roiK. ana your ruiner i made his money selling land to them." "Oh. you don't know them," she excused. "They are good-hearti-d. One of them gave a lot of money to the poor and we're going to hive tableaux for the old people of the parish." "My old people are well taken care of " tie said sternly. Her face fell. "Hut we want to have the tableaux. I inn going to be Juliet." "To w hos Komeo?" "Freddie Fairfax's." "The pig driver?' "How unpleasantly you put It." she said. "He's awfully nice.'' There was silence for a moment, and then he said: "Do you love him. Kllie?" "Everybody calls me Eleanor, now." she remarked. Irrelevantly. "Do you love hlni?" he Insisted. "I in. "no. I don't love any one " His dark face was very tender as lie said. "And yet, I once nud the Kreal happiness of believing that you loved me and that we were to be married and that you were to live In the parsonage with me. and we were to minister to my people, and grow old together in a beautiful un ion " j-;he gave a little cry. ".My ankle hurts." w is her explanation, but her eyes were full of tears. He krie-lt beside her. "Let me take on" your shoe." lie s.ild. "I can bandage it with my ' handkerchief." I In silence he untied the pret'v low hoot, and drew it off gently. In nil- ' -rice. too, he wrapped hiM handker- -ilef about her slim ankle. I "There," Jie aald, and Junked up at it hurt now, "Does Hps her ns he knelt. dear heart?" "Don't," Bhe said, and her trembled, "don't call me that." ''I shall always call you that In my heart," he said. Then he squared his shoulders and stood up. "I'll help you get home." His arm went around her and she clung to him. "I'm afraid I can't walk it hurts awfully." "I'll carry you," he offered, but she protested. "( ih, no, they ar e coming back." The pigs were rampant now, and squealing on the homestretch. The sheep were so frightened that their eyes were wild, and they stumbled over the rough road. "Oh. poor things, poor things," Eleanor said as she saw them. The minister caught at the violet ribbons with one hand, and brought the woolly steeds up with a Jerk. "I'nharness them," he said to the man in pink. "You've spoiled the race." shrieked the little woman in scarlet. "Miss Lester was to reward the winner," explained one of the stout gentlemen. Hut the minister was pulling off the violet wreaths. "Take them home, Jock," he said to the collie, and to the protesting crowd, "They happen to be my sheep, and I can't have them killed In this way." Freddie Fairfax came back with the pigs In tow. "We would pay you for them," he said. Insolently. In a Hash the minister faced him with clenched fists, but it was Elea nor who crlod. Indignantly. "Do you think he cares about the money, Freddie?" She drew close to Mac-Donald as she said It. and the minister thanked her with his eyes. Then, as he no ticed her deadly paleness, he cried: "We must get you home ut once," said. "It was when I saw you standing there among them that I realized bow light they were and how true, you were and different and I knew He bent over her. "What ill 1 you i know, iienr heart?" "That I wanted to live In the par- i somige with you and to grow old to- gether- and to have you love me al- j wavs Hindi." I (Copyw -right, 1907, by H. Sprague.) OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOClOO How to Have Many Wives Without Breaking laws From the New York World. Would you like to have several le gal wives at the same time? If so. you have but to study the varying laws on divorce In the several stales, and you will final that it is entirely possible to have more than one wife, if you exercise proper care. Judge Hobert Taylor, of the fed eral court of Ohio, made this declar ation In an address delivered recent ly in Cleveland, and his statements are accepted as correct by eminent authorities. The divorce laws of the several states form crazy quilt of endless patchwork. The taste for marriage, can be gratified under them as can I the taste for color in the bedspread. I A few years ago a man might le- j gaily have folded two wives to his; breast In the state of New Yor k, but i now he must distribute them In differ ent slates. Tlie New York law that j gives automatic divorce after five years absence has been repealed. V'n- . uer it, after an absence of five years a man might return and take to him self the wife he Had left behind or he might bring with him a new one. He was still married to the first, however, if they chose to renew the relation. Hut now this arrangement exists only in Arkansas, otherwise the limit is one wife to the state. The collector of wives might do well to start operation In South Car olina. Here he may be tied tighter to a woman than in any other statu. He should remain with his bride long enough to gain citizenship In her native state and then hie him away to some other state anil bring suit for divorce, possibly on a charge of cruelty or desertion. The papers should be sent to the sheriff of some out-of-the-way place to be served. They would be returned un served, and the letter of the law hav ing been carried out, the divorce could be granted. Hut the state of South Carolina recognizes no divorce and would still hold them to be man and wife, and the wife may not know that a di vorce exists. In South Carolina they are still man and wife. Dropping into Chicago he, may wed a young woman there. When the heavy footfalls of his spouse dull his finer sensibilities he may hie him away to Hot Springs, Arkansas, and get a divorce on the ground of desertion. No notice of this need necessarily reach the Chicago wife, as the summons can be served by publication in some obscure country weekly newspaper. He marries a young woman from the red, yeil hills, and with her he may live for awhile and then be off again. He wanders from state to state, getting divorces and marrying again almost wherever he pleases. Possibly he turns up in Arkansas in rive years with no more wives to his credit than when he left and without having gotten a divorce. If so he Is regarded as dead under the laws of that state, and his wife may have taken to herself another husband. He may wed again In that state if he desires, but his other wife may. under the law, 'condone' his long absence uud return to him. He lias two wives in Arkansas regularly married to him. yet he is no bigamist. IIAIU DKESSEK A7TD CHIROPO DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at Iter parlors. No 209 West I'.allroad avenue. Is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corn bunions and Ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and manl curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tlon of complexion cream builds u; the skin and Improves the complex ion,, and Is guaranteed not to be In jurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dan druff and hair falling out; restore life to dead hair; remove mole warts and superfluous hair. Also -face powder, a freckle cure and plDi pie cure and pile cure. All of thes preparations are purely vegetablt compounds. Have Just added a ' brator machine for treatment of scalp, face and cure of wrinkles. It Is also used for rheumatism, palm and massage. 'ft ' W I ikfR1 jJ I "I dfy . . .'-:St.lll ; v- ' .r'r"V-5':l- S5? ' V"Z.:i4i&t.& 1" WJSS?rrr "rrrrsH i . ,. ...-,..;..v......;T til M KIM.KY MOM M EXT AT TAX TON AS ITNISIIEI). Canton. Ohio. May 31. There are several McKinley monuments the country over, but the national mon ument, the one fur which considera bly over half million was popularly subscribed, is hearing completion here In Westlawu cemetery, where tlie murdered president's body lies. It is a magnificent pile, In a oeauii ful location, overlooking the city of IT WILL LOOK WHEN I Canton. The movement for this monument ait IVesldent McKlnltly's resting place was started by the late Sena tor Hanna, Supreme Justice Day and Former (iovernor Herrick. of (hlo. Much time was lost in picking a design and It was little more than a year ago when the builders began wor k. The - dedication w ill tane place next September. Territorial Topics A. C. Heard, of Carlsbad, shipped ! 1.0DO two-year-old steers Monday to ! Everett, South Dakota, sold to Bloom I and Mossman, who have pastures in Dakota. On account of the short time in which to prepare for the alfalfa fes tival at Artesia and Ihe time set being so near the Fourth of Julv. it was thought best to postpone this event until some conenient time in the fall. Emilio ValJez has purchased the big Jacquot rinch of 4,000 acres for i3.i)U0. It is located sixteen miles southeast of Springer. A total of over four hundred home stead filings have been made In the vicinity of Hoy, N. M., since Novem ber 1, llimi, and an analysis of the former places of residence shows that Hie majority are from Oklahoma and Indian Territory. Very few. as yet are on their claims, however. C. F. M limburg w as seriously In jured several days ago while at work at the Eliila cement plant. He was engaged In carrying some heavy tim bers when he accidentally fell through an opening in the roof of the engine room, striking on his head on the ground fourteen feet below. The work of constructing the Mary James mission s"h ol for boys which will be erected at Santa Fe by the Woman's Hoard of Home Missions of the Presbyterian church, will begin In a few days. W. E. Piper, of Pueblo, Colo., who lias been awarded the con tract. Is now In the capital city to superintend the construction. It is persistently rumored that the I'nited Verde smelter at Jerome, Ariz., the property of Senator W. A. Clark. Is to be removed to Farming ton. N. M., so as to be nearer the large coal and coke fields. After the removal of the smelter It Is said the Clark Interests will construct a rail road line from Jerome to Farming ton, via Oallup, for the shipment of ore from the United Verde mine. The railroad station at Estarn ia has been remodeled and a new platform built In front of It. The depot at Morality is also to undergo some re pairs, according to tlie statement of I General Manager S. B. (li lmshaw, 1 the Santa Fe Central. of POSITIVE PltOOF. Should Convince tlie (irentcst Skeptic In .Albuquerque. Because it's the evidence of an Al buquerque citizen. Testimony easily Investigated. The strongest endorsement of merit. The best proof. Read It: J. M. Parker, living at 317 South Fourth street, Albuquerque, N. M., says: "Doan s Kidney Pills are en titled to the strongest praise I can give them. I never placed much faith In patent medicines, but I can say I have derived more good from Doan's Kidney Pills than 1 supposed It would be possible for me to get from any kind of medicine or treat ment. Several years ago I began to notice Indications of kidney com plaint. A year ago my condition reached the state where I was an al most constant sufferer from pain In my back and trouble of an alarming nature existed with the kidney secre tions. On one occasion the kidney secretions stopped altogether and had to have a physician draw It from me. At that time I was employed as a locomotive engineer and had to giv up this work, as the Jar of the engine made the pain In my back beyond en durance. I suffered from pain across my loins and in both sides over my hips that I would have to sit down In a chair and lean my back against something to support it. At nigh after I would retire I would not sleep any more than an hour before the pain would waken me; then I would have to sit up in bed and bend over In order to get relief. The kidney secretions were very profuse, and what added to my misery was burning, scalding sensation which ac companied the secretions. About three months ago I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a supply. In a short time every dilflculty was corrected and I have no trouble at all with my back and kidneys now. am as well and strong as ever and am certain that I could take up the work that I had to give up, and could do it without any trouble. On occa sions without number I have recom mended Doan's Kidney Pills, and whatever I can say for them will al ways afford me pleasure." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Unltd States. Itemember the name Doan's and take no other. No. 24 To Chicken revrters. 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