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rATmiKT, OCT. tl, l0.
ALBDviUEHQtTE tJltm, RAYHD SEES REPUBLICAN or Democratic Leaders Admit That New York Is Gone Be yond Hope of Recovery. (Raymond! Now York Dispatch to Chicago Tribune.) Thl8 U the last t.me a man will the ground that It w.i unfar to . . . . i make comparisons with the Rooae run tor the presidency on hi. wind- ye)t yote of 1904 because tnat wa, pipe alone," said Senator Dolllver phenomenal. The Republican man- he stood at the entrance of the . agcrs agreed to this propos.tlon and Republican national commute rooms . readily accepted the prospect of a talking to Charles 1'. Taft and the reduced vote. Tribune correspondent. "Never again will any man try to talk him self into the presidency. The people will com down to the Bronx wlta k record-breaking majority. For a long time It looked as If Chanler might win. The racetrack Issue was ued against the governor with great effect among the sporting element. A large fund was subscrib ed by the professional sorsemen, the gamblers ana the liquor Interests. At first they made a good deal of noise, and It really seemed as if. Hughes would be beaten. Then the-reaction came. The activity of the liquor In terests in the cities and of the bet ting men everywhere was resented by the farmers up the state and by the substantial business men in the cities. The result Is that' the opin ion is expressed in some quarter now that the racing Issue has dona Hughes more good than harm. It Is Just beginning to dawn upon the Democratic managers that they have been making thtlr estimates on New Tork state entirely on a false basis. In the first place they took AS HAMLET WOULD TELL HOW TO EAT CORN ON THE COB always will insist upon a candidate who Is able to show some good rea son why he should be elected pres ident. The tide has set It strongly tor Mr. Taft and he will be elected by an overwhelming majority. This epigrammatic interview ex- The Democrats In their polls and istimatpn, however, made figures on the mi n who had votea for Hoosevelt In 1804, anil proposed to vote for Kryan this year. Then they took the percentage of lo.-s thus figured out and compared It not with the Roose velt vote, to which It properly be longed, but to the McKlnley vote in 1900. In this vote they fooled even more than a month ago. Almost very one now admits New Tork tate Is absolutely certain for Taft and that It la almost equally sura for Hughes. The tide has turned strongly In favor of the governor of late and men who were loud In their de- (By Fred Scliaefir.) i hep to the rules, but interpret them I fnnviimA tha Kn.n T nr .... . . Without nnnpAllnir to tin. nnrllnv . H - - " isiuo. in tnis vote tney fooled even' - "- "r . . " .. presses clearly the changed atmos- ,,,,., ,, ,. .u- t it t h,kii..,.. i,k tor- Suit the action to the size of the phere which is so apparent In New , , doubtful whereas there th. tr.ri.nr. .,t if rar' tne t,ze cf tn" rar 10 tne '""- Tork a. compared with that which ! nas bCon no Ume ilnc the o . . Iance of yol,r """brequlns.. with this was observable when I waa last here camnalgn when Taft did not ??y f, l0W ,ever,8n feder d0 1 'PfcM cautlun that "u not have an shunlutelv utfe niAlorllv In . . " '""' "u """re man you can masticate Wltn- v" tork .ti majority In wlth the act Nor do not take a 0(Jt the M of a ne, fof .nvth)ng , strangle hold on the cob. thus: but overdone Is far from the purpose of Those who are acquainted with po. poise It gently In your mitt; for In eat ng, whose end. both at the tap l!tlcal conditions here know Parker the very torrent, tempest, and as I of the gong and at the finish, is to did better in New Tork than any- may say, whirlwind of gnashing, you grab off. as it were, pabulum from v.here else In the country. His vote must ease It along on the low gear, nature. Now this done too much or was actually larger than that cast O, It gets my goat to see a robustious femhhpd tn th nfnir ihn.ii, it h. m.uiinn him a mnnih airn nr tor Bryan four years before, where- rum dum rln a roaatln ear to nieces. 1 fond for a Bliririn from tv aii.r i. ix weeks ago now say they will cast ,?,8 ,n the western states a part of Mr. to very shreds, when going to the bum comedy to the dress circle." O, i""-i""i mnjumj mai w.m tne same, l would have there be boobs that l have wised came from the Democrats who such a gee do time for burlesquing clinching with an ear of corn that stayed at home. Bosco; It makes a fodder mill look so grunted and choked that I have Four years ago the total vote of listless In comparison; pray you, thought some of nature's understudies New Tork was 1.000.000. Roosevelt't ,-cheese It. j have fashioned men and went to the plurality over Parker was 176,000.1 Be no too fastidious, either. Get stockyards for the makings. This means that to carry New Tork 1 the Democrats must show a change publicans admit Hughes will their ballots for the straight Repub lican ticket. People who are posted are looking (or a majority of over 100,000 for Taft In the Empire state. They ex pect less for Hughes, but are con fident of his victory. The Demo cratic leaders. In fact, now admit that New Tork Is gone beyond hope of recovery. They thought for a while that they could elect Chanler, but even that hope has disappeared. Governor Hughes has made a splendid campaigning tour, and he baa won votes upstate In most re markable fashion. It la now down to the Bronx with such a swinging ma jority that even the utmost efforts of Tammany hall, supplemented by the work of Pat HcCarren over in Brooklyn, will not come anywhere Bear beating htm. It Is now noth ing more or less In New Tork state but a question of majority. All this may seem extravagant to those who are not acquainted with the extraordinary revulsion of pub lic sentiment which has taken place In this city and state within the last two or three weeks. Ony this week word was received from the white bouse that President Roosevelt ex pected New Tork to give Taft almost as much of a plurality as It gave to the president himself four years ago, Which was 175,000 In round num bers. The reports sent by the local lead era In every county, and conveyed direct to the president, are to the ef fect that Hughes will run closer to Taft than most people have Imagin ed, and the president, who Is admit ted to be the best politician In the coentry, asserts that the governor of 87 B00 votes emong the Roosevelt about 40 000 behind Taft, and they followers in 1904. In other words, are willing to concede about 100,000 one out of every ten of the people for Greater New Tork for Bryan, who voted for Roosevelt would have From the Republican standpoint, to turn over to Bryan, even assuming the net results of the election will that the Democrats met with no loss be a minimum of 100.000 votes In in the campaign. New Tork state for Taft and 60.000 The reports made to both parties for Hughes, with a possibility of go show that the change of votes Is only Ing much beyond those figures If a fraction of this number. Besides President Roosevelt's guess as to the that, according to the -polls, again result In his home state Is anywhere many men who voted for Roosevelt near accurate, and. again many who voted for Par-I ker now intend to vote the Socialist Btop, Mracne ,n tw0 , mInute8; lCt.eU, ?oeb Piled, "ST y. "k00 L 'toothache or pain or burn or scald In 1 '1', "00- nd "'"U1 t0 aD0Ut minutes; hoarseness, one hour; 87.000 four years ago. The canvass mU8Cieache. two hours; sore throat, of the east side ward, and of the twelve hourDr. Thomas' Kclectrlc uur..iUwn -.- nw m mi oli ,n0nmrch over pain One can get almost any estimate he pleases as to the probable plural ity for Hughes. Four years ago Par ker carried New Tork county by only about St 000. The Tammany peo- MTTST NOT ADVKRTISK TO RESTORE IOYTCR8 Los Angeles, Oct SI. The' council today passed the ordinance forbldd nj pie today expect to go up to the mediums, fortune tellers and others Bronx with at least 100,000. Mc- to advertise to restore lost lovers, fit d Carren claims that he will turn over gold mines and do other th ngs thit Brooklyn by about 15.000 more. some claim they are able to do by oc- Every Republican .leader believes cult science. The ordinance passed that Hughes will come down to tha a compromise agreed on by the Stats bridge with close to 200.000 votes. Spiritualists' association and a large and they fix 150.000 as the lowest number of mediums and fortune tell- posslble net plurality for Hughes op ers. The purport of the ord nance s the state, a figure which Ohanler to prevent fraud In the practice of cannot possibly hope . to reach in medlumshlp and Is similar to the one Greater New Tork. Most of the Re- ln force In Chicago and Portland. A TUBERCULOSIS EXHIBIT FOR NEW YORK 55 YEARS' STEADY GROWTH PROVES ITS VALUE The very fact that Hostetter's Stomach Bitters has been able to satisfy the public demand for a reliable home remedy for 55 years stamps it at once a very superior med icine. Curing those years it has established such a record that to-day it is generally ac knowledged to be the leader of of its class. You'll make no mistake in keeping a bot tle of the famous HOSTETTE R'S sWXC?AUUKE0M STOMACH BITTERS always in the house for some memb:r of the family is apt to be taken with a sudden spell of Stomach or Bowel trouble. It not only gives prompt relief but prevents Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Costiveness, Biliousness, In somnia, Colds, Grippe and Malaria, Fever and Ague. Here's Voluntary, Con vincing Proof: Bangor, Wis. Mr. John Eleson Writes "I could not get along without your Hostet ter's Stomach Bitters in my house. I find it excellent." Bear Lake. Mi:h. Mr. Griswld writes 'Your never failing remedy f r s'omic'i trouble and general d.bility is always kept in my horn?." fri 1 1 - - " ' ,th partook a iann r JOU (,avn't the time to eier the spaciuu-i danre 0j8e regUUrly. Doan's Repulets will f. I prrvmi contiptin. They InJufe a ' m'ld. easy. hBlthful action of 'he . ritlion and etibol without gilplng. JUk .voir i . .... iris''i ! J-.utU b. I". t ill tiltft ilSlllill' has b ..v. The I rm will with ut u i'1.Hful ffirti the flirt- Unique Display will be Made In Metropolis to Educate People to Danger. New Tork, Oct. II. By Norember 15th the greatest exhibition on tuber culosis that has erT. been gathered will be opened to the publio In New York City. The exhibit, which form ed part of the recent International Congress on Tuberculosis, will be shown under the auspices of the tuberoulosls committee of the Charity Organization society, and the depart ment of health. The exhibition consists of charts, photographs, maps, models, diagrams, and all sorts of paraphernalia that have to do with the prevention, study, or treatment of tuberculoids. Exhibits are shown from It different countries, and from 200 assoc'ations and Individuals. All In all. the ex hibition Includes nerly 6 wOO units. M will take 60.000 souare f et of floor space and 110 00t square feet of wall space for the display of the exhibition. Ten special cars and over 1,200 packing cases are required to transport It. During Its three weeks' stay In Washington, this exhibit was viewed by fully 200.000 people. The exhibit of the Charity Organization society, which fnrms but one small unit of th s entire exhibition has been view ed by over a half-million people In New Tork City. From these flguree, and a comparison with the attend ance of similar exhibitions, it Is es timated by the authorities In charge of the present exhibit, ttha probably over a mlllon people will sre this educational display while It Is In New Tork City. The exhibit, as it will bo shown In New Tork City. Is unique, not only In the fact that It Is the greatest of Its kind ever gathered together, but also becsuae this demonstration, col lected for a purrly educational pur re is used to Illustrate the dangers of only one disease. The entire exhi bition puhl ahes and rai-rles hut one messnpe, thnt cnnsi.mt.tlon can be cured, and that the r re for the dls eane Is fTKh air, rert nd wholesome fnod. These simple facts are em phasized In every conceivable way. ChartH and diagram show the fearful ravSKea of tuberculous In various rartw rt the world. In the fJ"rmn exhibit, a series of small painted wooden pUld'a an. I blocks of different he ght, demonstrate the cmrarHtlve groups of the people. T'i I'nlted States census bureau st wa te death from tuberculosis In a iinlou. we r, 'nd lea tin hv a flah of electric I'Rht that someone li dying from tuberculosis In the Unl. 'ed States everv two minutes and thirty-six seconds; ;j every hour, and 64S every dny. f-'ome of the ti 't Interesting ex hibits are thosi -Mowing the treat ment of tnbTcu'' U. "n fact Is emphasized, however. In every sana torium "shic." or (iwelllng-houee offered ns a means of treating con sumption, and that U that the patient murt havo an ab'ind'nce of freshf air. Kvery model of buildings shown Is designed to pive a maximum amount of fre.h s'r to the patient both day and night. Ha'conli s houses tents, and groups of buildings of every sort show this phase of the campaign against tuberculosis. T.pe rrrt'tn vii-c.ieuiuiu, waiu hum baser. Th Outlook for a Prosperous Business Season Is &&d TOMORROW'S BUSINESS DE PENDS LARGELY ON TODAY'S ADVERTISING. DON'T LET TO MORROW TAKE CARE of ITSELF Prepare to get your share of Prosperity by Advetising in The iME(Bini The Leading Evening Newspaper of New Mexicoj i I and wholesome food' are shown In pamphlets, books, photographs, and small exhibits. Hundreds of tons of literature are being prepared for free distribution at the coming exhibition. Everyone who attends will be able to receive Information on any side of tha tuberculosis problem In any of the American or European languages. Among tha Individual exhibits, which will ha shown In New Tork are eight, which recently received from the International Congress on Tuberculosis, prizes ranging In value from 1 1.000 to S100. Besides these, 44 of the exhibits to be shown were recipients of gold medals, and 41 of silver ones. Tha exhibition will remain In New Tork City for one month. At the end of that time. It will be broken up Into several units the various states, countries, and Individuals wno have contributed to it. taking their respective psrts with them. It Is probable, however, that part of tha exhibition will be shown In several other large cities of the country. HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? OR A HOUSE? Do you know that people are " almost fighting for quarters right here ln Albuquerque, and now? I An ad like this Why Colds are) Daugvroas. Because you have contracted ord' aary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind. d aot for a moment Imagine that cold, are not dangerous. 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