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THVHsnW. MAY 2. 101. PAK TflRausa, PROFIT SHARING A SUCCESS III mm It lskBe!i g Taken up as So lutlon ul Labor Trcuble and Check on Socialism. two shipyards to the trade unions at a figure tit op nxi (1 by an arbitrator, find to nllnw them a long pi-riotl tu pay for them. The other wtis that the (mploycs should actually ti come his partner in tlie concern. Th" In tt?r ((heme iw agreed to, on. I is now In op" ration. I'nder It the men consent" d to have ,". per cent of their wages si t aside for the purchase of share In the company. These s.iares ore guaran- I te, d to pay 5 per cent and after that I they flmri' in the eommon stock divi dend. If n man leaves or in dis i ( harmed he must sum ndi r hi ' shares to th'1 company Hi market ia!ue but his security of employ ' nient is guaranteed liy the rstablisn- ment of u "work council" consisting ol an equal number or members m Hie imployes ami the administrative si a ft', t" whicu every man shall have tin rtght of appeal. This council will also dial with all disputes about wng.s or anything else arising be tween the mill and the company. A similar scheme, differing only in slight details, has been adopted by I.ever Itrothers and affects aoout 2. 000 employes. This scheme involves th-' erection of 2..'00.00o in co partnership certificates and t:iey will be allotted yearly to the employes, In accordance with the length of service and t.io wage earned. Thus a man L.uhH ii...t r.'.r liftv' whose earnings are less than $Mo a 'ii I. union, May 27. l'opartni rhlp, ot profit sh.uing. as u. olutlon of the labor pro.dem, is at present the subject of the hour In England, and arrang' inents are now being niado for a national convention of great employers to devise a plan for Its uriive, sal intr ulucllnn. Copartners. lip ia really In the busi ness world here no new tiling. 1 Here are firms in ytars have shared their protlte in otn' form or another with their em ployes, but the movement is now be ing taken up widely a n remedy for the great disturbance of lndusty caused by st.ikis and as a check to the growth of socialism. So far, the movement has assumed two form'. One is a ni re snaring of profits the payment ' " the workmen of a bonus calculated on tnelr earnings In prolilabb' year.-; the older and truer form of to-partnership takes th' form of assigning to the employes stock in the company, on which reg ular .dividends ate pnlil when earned, just as in t:. sto k of the regular shareholders. The lirst - t !! :i4s In tion for a gioil many yeas ber of large gas coinpuinci tloilllecd by t.l. 'etc .-I." scy at the Sou'.. i Metro). Works. Lonuoii. wit a 1 1 i inducing the woiknnn ! in their own t::r. and t In materials, and it worked fully that the company was able noil onlv to nil- substantial Imminw to I the workers and large dividends '" its sharehol'l' rs, but also to repeat edly reduce the price of gas to th3 puolic. There aas never been a strike of tins company's employs since the system was introduced. The more modern method of mak ing the employir actual shareholders owes its vogue to the work of two great captains of industry, Sir Chris topher Fumes. th" great shipbuilder Dttd shipowner and W. H. lever, M. 1. the big soap rntiker. The hall was si t rolling by Sir C.iristopher Fur ms.i early this yar arte- a series of ilisuxtr iu striks. which marly rut'i ed the shipbuiding industry in tip. north of England. Sir Christoph; r made two proposi tions to his employes. ''He was to sell ipi rn- i in a ii m . Ii was in . ol gt' l.ivi - l.tan C.i- Ililjl'Ct "'f I CIMI "1111" c.imi'a ny's so success- vear w he allowed in acquire maximum of $1,000 In co-partneivhlp shares; while a man canning $3.7."iO a year or more may aciiulre Jlu.000 worth of shares. This rule Is bused on th"' t.ie.iry that If a man has n 't risen Into a higher position before accumulating- $1,000 in co-pattiur shares, he would bo worth no in than that as a partner to the co.i- flTll. The scheme has also been adopted by jam makers, shoe manufacturer i and a host of other trades, the dc I tails aclng varied to suit the ptirtie i u!ar company, but in the broad lines I all agree in muking the worker an iacfial shareholder in t.ie company ! which employs hitn. "Every worker u i capitalist." is the catchword of the I new movement. j Th" truth is taat the great captains i of Industry in Knglund ate becoming irighti lied by the growth of socialism and they nee in Sir Christopher' i.h" in the most potent weapons to ! check that grow th. They believe that w In n i vi ry workman has an actual tangible cash interest in the company v !i i Ii i mploys him he will hesitate a i I'i'j I nie lief i e going in for a polit ical movement whose aim it is to de stroy the value of that cash inter est. In addition to that tin rc is, of course, the fact that a prospective s.iare in the profits will have a pow erful Influence In inducing the work men to do his best to increase thos protllv1. A little extra care in the use ol material often means the differ civoice in a large concern between a substantial dividend and a loss. THIRTY-EIGHT Pi VE-ACRE TRACTS On North Fourth Street 1 1-2 miles from city. Irrigation Canal in the rear of every tract and broad avenue in the front. FROM $GO PER ACRE UP The biggest little investment ever offered here. for folder and map. Polite salesmen to show property. D. K. B. SELLERS Call at office OFFICE 204 Cold Ave. . . ,r., " ; I - in AnTrnl hao to LARGE SUM Dunn's Kegulcts cure constipation, tone the stomach, stimulate the liver, promote digpstlon and appetite and easy passages of the bowels. Ask j. our druggist for them; 25 cents a box. ANNUALLY Preventable SlcKness the 'Jause of Heavy Loss Throughout the iNMtlon New lie. lie. In I'l York. the loss iiy year ses which may be i which bv th y - the M of from lire ri ii e estimatei have Just hunau of ;. II n w hole tenths 1 1 i I V pn 1 from been ci nor counlry due to 'Vellta- statis- IleCted municipal re search. These tiguns show that the cost to New York city alone fr rn this lause Is more than $ IOO.hiio.i'oii. I if course, this sum Is not actually paid out for the privilege of having typhoid fi ver, tuberculosis and oth disease, nor would the city have that much more cash if It did not have the diseases. Nevertheless, tin less is a real one. for with 27. 000 ('cuths each year from preventable causes the annual deprivation Is fig tired at $ 1 MS. 000,000 adopting thi estimate of $4,000 as the average THE ARMY AND NAVY FOREVER These are the type of men sworn to defend the glory and honor of the nation by land and by sea to uphold Law and Justice to protect our property and our lives and guard our homes when we sleep. Must they not, of necessity, be strong, healthy, full blooded and brave? Every one knows that the most popular beverage of such men is tnd The King of All Bottled Beers No beer on earth has ever equaled it for surpassing excellence and absolute purity It is the noblest brew ever made by the skill ot man. i he lijc ot the malt is in it the life of the hop the first a food and the second a tonic. The Most Popular Beer in the World Bottled Only at th Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis, U. S. A. CORKED OR WITH CROWN CAPS C. W. K'JNZ, Distributor ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. oss so mie holds good it would people are Pittsburg . . I 'h icago Philadelphia fimlnnati . Ni w York . Iltooklyn St. I.ouis . . . la.Mon .. .. tconomic value of each riliced. If the same ratio throughout the counti) follow that the American wasting upward of $j,000.oot) worth of hitman lives unnecessarily every oar. The number of persons Afflict ed with this class of discuses shows little if any diminution, but there is some comfort to be found in the fact that the improvement in modual sci ence and in hospital practice Is grad ually reducing the average length of illnesses. The report of the Flower hispltal here. Just made public, shows that In 190i the average length of a patient's stay In the Institution was twenty-one days, while ia trios It was only 14.9 days. 'f course, the greater part of this n dm Hon is due to the efficiency of the work "f the institution founded by formi r tlov e: nor Flower, but it shows a decrease in the economic loss from prcverta liie discasis in one respect at least. A ra.e for Pageunts. New York, which has had various crazes of late is now 'noculatid with the paueaul fuze. Fallowing the se ries of (IreeU pagiants in which wont-, en ut the Four llundrid are p..rt'ni-j p. it. UK will come the Westi hesti f j llistoiiial pageant at I'.ronxville In lies M comment 'l at ion of various Import- j Topeka ant episodes In the rarlv settlement j Sioux ( id the colonies. This will be a state i Omaha celebration and (Jovernor Hughes w ill Denver ntt' nd the costume, bull at the Hotel j Wichita (Iramatan with which it is to con- Pueblo BIG LEAGUE TEAMS HOW THEY STAND. National League. Won. . . '- 1 2 .ir .17 .14 . U , . I "i .11 Won. I Mi trolt 1 t Philadelphia 1S I New York 17 P.oslon 17 ( 'h jingo IS St. I.ouis 1 r. Cleveland 3 Washington !t Western ( lu le on Decoration I lay. Pn para lions' are already under way for the Hudsoii-l'ulton. pageant in celebra tion i.f the sooth Hnniveisi,rv of the discovery of the Hudson river, and a host of others of purely local Inter est an being planned for tin- va rious summer resorts about the city. So popular has the pageant fad he come that it has given ri.-o to a new profession, that of pageant building, which numbers in its ranks men, and women vim are making the i uter tnlning of visitors at celebrations and commemorative sen li es a regular oc (Upatioii. The handling of a vast pageant such as the Westchester His torical affair, or the Hudson-Fulton memorial. Is a work calling for ex pert experience. It might set m to thine who know tothiiig about such things that any man with a few at-. tistic ideas and a little spare time could evolve the ii'-eossury schemes for the production i f a pageant anil tin ii supervise their carrying out. Hut until the recent awakening of Inter- st In historical t epro lu tions. Ann-r-a has had no tjigcnnt masters as they are called, although Knglund has had several of world-wide fame. In-; ti l l st in the ( ilebi Htlnns of the fir-t ttlement in America and tip' dis- covet v of the Hudson river nas given i boom to this new form of enter tainment which is lu ing taken up all er the country. Lincoln licngue. Won. . . .17 ... 1 3 . . .13 .. .14 . . .11 . . . 12 ... 9 ... 7 Lost. Pet. 11 ,r,6 1.1 ,H2 14 .517 15 .4S 15 .4 S3 17 .4 33 20 .429 20 .355 Lost. Pet. 12 .636 12 BOO 13 . f. C 7 14 .T.48 17 .469 tfi .4S4 10 .liiti 2J .200 l Lost. Pot. i .nr. 4 19 .'.g:. 10 .r.Ka 11 .r.BO 13 .4rs 12 .TiOO IB ..tf.oj lfi .sis' At Philadelphia U. H. K. Philadelphia 6 6 0 t'tneinnati 2 6 S Hatterles: Moore ami Dooln; Row nan, Dubre and Roth. At New York ll. H. K. St. Louis 2 8 3 New York 8 8 1 Hatterles: Hehee. Hlggins nnd lires nahnn: Wilts and Schlei. America n At Detroit Detroit Washington Hatterles: Suggs and Street. League. It. 1 3 and Stallage; H. K. u 1 6 0 (lry At St. Louis It. H. R. St. Louis R 11 0 Itoston 0 4 4 Ilatttries: Wadibil and Stephens; Steele, Chech and Carrigan. At Cleveland Cleveland Philadelphia Hatterles: Herger Coombs and Tlndlias. At Chicago Chicago-New York polled. P.. 3 and H. K 8 0 7 0 Hem Is; game was post- WIII'.KF, THEY PLAY TODAY. National league. Pittsburg n' H 'ston. Chicago at Hrooklyn. St. Louis lit New York. Cinelnnali tit Philadelphia. American Leailiie, Itoston at Detroit. i '! velard at St. Intls. Western Leajruc. Pueblo ; t Omnha. 1 ii nvi r ut Des Moines. Wichita at Lincoln. Topeka at Sioux City. YESTEKIUVS ;MI.S. SKIAk IWKM I Oil AUKWSAS. Arkansas is one of the most versa tile states in the I'nited States fo1 Industries in the propagation of dif fi rent species of animals, but the cli max if to be reached by a young llliiioisau of enterprise who wishes ti purchase a sufficient ancunt wf : wamp land in tie state to start .1 if, on ami skunk i.hu'Ii, Commiss ot ic of ljinds L. I- Coflinin has ! -i rived a Inter from a resident of a small town in Illinois, reipii sting formation an to tin- price of lands of this -characti r which would ,n sa l able for the purpose of raisiiii: i s end skunks. Not being well posted u sua iiji lan.l.v. In being from the hil!' of Ar kansas. CuinniissioiM'f CoMninu n fe' -red the writer to ti e count., clerk ' i;in II count), who lie Stated. Wioi'i gIVi be p based t Mil Ii project. Aikaii-as has - ii.t ke, di er. ilk. : i r kinds of ranele ei Coftm.tii says new on,- on him pati-h to New Yoili Herald iit'oriiiation up e. Hi h .it and . toil i' -k nil k Little bulla! ' many it.l on iii i s-ii,n-tariil is .J liock di"- ('(iliKI T college prol- -ll oil his coll it- rematk, ' to luing a tr "You dolllitl' !l W.ltel." ' "1 iiso .H1 to y.oll' t lis A binis, Ins ' .l.ille t'-r. ' ut tr.-!i I'. . si.r. .. t lent ion takes ii'e rll l.ll. 1' the .l that pietUM advantage if .lei- the chii Oiiii tl.v. "you wile to bang w i re to ha ni; i i. ul. I not t. ll i wounl be in r lie torie. my iti curiou-." And once bet allle , tile book lie ,i Advertiser. .r who prided it ICugiish heard I .ul, ml to call sii bucket of wa - mean a bie K--t .ir.cteil th, pro i would pay f-ome . tot i'-; ou ni's- A 1"W Ill'illlell'-S f. s-i.i- said. "My dear, would show to better you win to hang it k." "Ah," she repli ' I. di'Ubtli ss no an If 1 t .illolC the idock. if I It ni1 :' t 'le clock v e I wisa you with your voir mistakes r ie pri.fi ,,, all : t mmii inten st' d oi read iug. I hindec me. .till Tor the best work on lilil unlst patronize Hubb I sundry Co. At Hi Chicago l'.rooklx n Hatt, lies: H llesb and National kl n League, ( (vera II i rgen. ami II F.. 7 1 4 1 lotan; At Hostoi Pitt. shut g l!oMot Hatteties: Leever tern and Smith. and It. H. K. 9 13 2 4 11 4 ' i ibson ; Mat- Western league. At Lincoln Lincoln Wichita , Tt. . S .10 II. K. 11 3 16 2 Hatteries: Johnson, Jones. Nngle and Sullivan: Sharer. Altchlson and Wenver. At Omaha It. H. K. Omaha 6 10 3 Pueblo ,r 1" t Hatterles: Johnson and Cadman; Ciiilgano, Swift and Mltze. At Di s Moines It. H. E. in s Moines 8 13 1 Di over 1 7 3 Hatterles: Lang and lleckinger; Jones. Zinran and Sweeney. American Association. At Columbus -- It. Columbus 4 Louisville 8 At Toledo It. T lo 4 h iliiinapol's 9 At Km n ray City 'v. Kansas City 4 St. Paul . fi At Milwaukee The Milw aukee-Miim i st)iomd on account of apoiiH game rain. What Tis It? Why It's the New Automobile Hat .. r- .... ,, 4' ' M&M-&k If lv,'Xb j-k ... No. this is not a demoii. I tf!" j Nor the "woman in tic iron ,.,'. 1 '"X' 1 i f It's only t ie ii- w hat for lad auto- I 1 , ",ZL. -J lllobilMit.s. 71 i :".!T .:' i I Thi Vie Wearing it ill the east all 1 ' J sir.inge thing is soeiding westwar I 1 r,pidly. ,1 Incldently the woman In this ipi lid is Marie Dressier, the ' tress. This in w hat means that horses who have got used to automobiles nl ist. must now get used to honnet tiighis C.uess only a sick hors" would rct'urp to jump from a lid like thi! ANOTHER LINK III RAILWAY WORLD English Engineer Will Build Difficult Line In Chile and Peru. the woman In Dressier, tin London', May 27. Another link in the world' chain of railways la Bhirtly to be forged, and the master who will direct operations is Sir John Jackson, head of tlie firm of Messrs. Sir John Jackson & Sons, who have obtained the contract. When It Is stated that thirf railway, which is to connect Africa in Chile, and La I'uz In Bolivia, crosses . the Andes in Its course and at one point reaches an elevation of 12.000 feet. It will be seen that Sir John has no light task before him. and the ac complishment of it will add one mure triumph to his already quite respect able record of engineering achieve ments. ' Sir John Jackson did not, like many of the great captains of industry, be gin life upon the bottom rung. Ho comes of well to do parents and was educated at York &nd afterward at Kdinliurg university. Showing enrly in life a decided taste for engineering he decided to learn his subject thor oughly, so went through the shops like an ordinary workman. His lirst great Job was the last sec tion of the Manchester Ship canal, on which, by the way, John Ward, now a labor M. P., worked at a sal nry of ten cents an hour. At preset t his firm Is engaged In three gn at enterprises in widely sep arated corners of the globe; one ut Divenport. where they are contem plating the Admiralty docks, a con tract running into $20,000,000: one at Simonstown, South Africa, where they are engage! on a similar Job, and the third at Singapore. whero they are building a harbor. Hut Sir John reckons that the contract which he has Just taken up is going to be the hardest he has yet tackled. The distance between Arlen nnd Im Pan is about 250 miles as the crow tiles, but the actual length of the lines will he 300 miles. The first Lhirty miles from. Arica Is mostly des ert and at one part ot the line for drinking purposes will have to be car ried, eome eighty miles. The part of the AnoYs to be crossea Js still surveyed, nnd the population fir sisU mostly of Indians. Here the rop'e will pn? through certain deep canyons, where the cliff t xceed 2.000 feet in height. The labon is will be mostly natives, engineers being sent out from Kiigland. and it is estimat ed that over S.oOo workmen will be employed In the construction, which Is to cost $ I .ooo.ooo. and which wl'l take from three to four years to complete. SI 00 IlEWAKD, tlOO. The readers of this paper will ba pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science ha been able to cure in all its stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur Is the only positive cure now known tc the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, require a constitutional treatment. Hall's Ca tarrh Cure Is taken Internally, aetlnt directly upon the blood and raucous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In IL curative powers that they offer On Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Addess F. J. CI! KNE Y CO.. To li do. Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75?. Take Hall's Pills for "constltpatlao. o Fort Hayard. N. M., May , l'.to. Sealed proposals. Ill triplicate, for construction, hcuting. wiring and electric fixtures of at: addition to Administration HniMiug at this post, will in- received here until 11 a. m. June la, I!i09, und then opened. In formal on furnished on application. I'. S reserves right to accept or re ject anv or all proposals or any part tin reof. Knvelopes containing pro p .als should be marked "Addition to Administration ltullding." ami ad- 1 1 ssi d t ('apt. S. P. Vestal. Clill miu ting Ijuurterniastf r.