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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNG JOURAllLV. TH U RSD A Y ' ErY M B ER! 6 1
I'll AN INOiriNMNT fBWWAMilt Qominu Jonrnal lOHItUl Neweaaper t N br the MulM) JCUr.rJAL PUBLISHING CO. p. A. MACPHKRKON., W T tOr-BKlUHT.... DON W. LURK , ...Prnldt . . . .Mtnirar . .CUr Kiiitor WnUn RenrmeatntlTe. 0. 4. AMUCRflON. IUf4Wlll BUI, Ifctcaca. DL Kantnra KeprewatnHT, tl.l'll R. Ml'l.l.lUAN. M Park Row. New Vork. Batr4 u Meond'ClBM mnltnr nt Ihn pnatarflo (I Altmquerqun, N. M., under act t Ominh ( March i. 117. TUB MORNINO .lOlinNAt. I THB I.tADINO tlKI't HI tCA!.' FAffCR Of NKW MRXICO, 8l"ITOKTINH TUB PRINCI-Fl-Bi OF TH K hKflTBt.ICAM PAHTt AM, TUB TIM K AND TMR) METHOD or TUB REI'Um.ICAN PAKTI WHEN THieY AUK niOHT larger rIMulAtlon than any ottwr piper (n Na Moiloo. Tha only paper la N Mailoo luuad nrnrr day In tha year. TKKMH OF Hl'RHCRIl'TlOM. Datlf, by earrtar. ona m'tnth. , .... Dally, by mailt ana monto., , lOo Tha llxrnlnt Journal haa a blfbar sir aviation ratlm than la aecordad to any ntbar papar la Naw Masloo."Tae Ajnarl aaa Nrwapapar Dtraetory. ALBUUUKRqUB NEW MBXICO XCIIOOI, llKHXTS. An hns been' Journal him ny taught In l In1 school arc not pointed "out by tli limes, lliu course common ii lid high sufficiently pnirtlcal. gels it hajsy lilra nluut Imt thoroughness In m It votic l on mow mi;xico. The people of New Mexico Khmild u mli-rsl nnd that there will bo u r duction In tin.' tariff on wool. Mr, Fcrgusson declares himself In favor of reasonable protection to thin Im portunt product of thin state, In con grcss, which I Hiiro to have a large democratic majority, hi) will hnvc grent. Influence. HI" voice will ro far towjird shaping tht' wool tariff hill. Hon. Nathan Jaffa, tha republican candidate, would not bp In harmony with the majority In congrrsn at'd then foro.tould have no .voice In shaping any tariff bill. All ho coul.1 do ii9i a member of tho house would be to cant a futile negative vote. Tho very fact that New Mexico hud cut ill'. Jaffa would lie reason enough for the democratic member to give io consideration to tho wishes of thin state. That In politic. Mr, Forgm-son will be oloiied by ft largo j)luralty. It In probublo that hln vote will be Kieiilcr than the com bined voten for MarcoN i do ltacu and Nathan Jaffu. The peoplo of New Mexico nhnutd nhow their good nenne by returnliiK Mr. FeruuKMon unanimously. Ho can do tsood for them. Mr. Jaffa could only do them harm by hiH iirunenco In coimrenH. .... ; Alno let It be understood that tt vote for Murcon C. dc llacit In a vote In reality for Jaffa. THE KliUi XIIW.Sl'.U'EH. The New York Sun linn been re Rnrded an Ideally conducted newn 1'ainr. FrtMiuently It In spoken of an a iiftvnia)cr for neHacr men. It wan built up tinder th nupervlKion of Churk'M A. liana, roiicededly tht bcit JournallHt, oonnidcrt'd front all niiRlcK, that ban ever been known In America. Mum hla death lltlb' liHim has been noted In the meth od of hiiiullliiK tltal iii'vhiiiir. Therefore, the Journal yuolen (in editorial from bint Hun(la.v' Hun ux plalnliiK how it liandleM newn and why, because It In exactly In line with the policy of thin paper oh nan been pointed out many times. The editorial follows: "It Ik happlniHH to gratify thin sin cere furloblty; "To th! Editor of the Hun Sir: I take It that you are not particularly In love with Theodore Roosevelt and JiIh Idea. IIoW doen it happen, therefore, that the front pane of your paper to day, for instance, in full of bin rnmb liiig!, while (Joveriior Wil.son'n re mark ul'c In an obscut Inside iohI tlon? T. CortKNZWIT. 'Newark, N. J.. September 20." "The 'ranililliiKH' In uueHlion were the Wandi -rrr'n proclamation of hl perxonul belief In the recall of presi dents: an eMeiislon of hln doctrine ol the recall. "Thin wan (treat newn. (iovernor M'ilnon can afford to be kept In the bio kui iiiiikI on d:t K ben the cobmcl puiir cui h new wine Into the old but tlen. "Hudileu almost to suldliuilv, and revenllni; i veil In the colonel a deeper depth of rapacity for the il.imjrrous and the deiiKiKnule. a im w ildnc-H in that wilderiie.'f of pulniral ambition ulul iii.t-iunn. lb. rolimi I n Denver uuditorium speech w a? worthy of the place and npnee the Sun naw It. The Hun 'pl.iyn lu favorites" in the ie)iort lng and k J. 1 1 f -n of the news; it nim-. to be impartial. )ni tu all paitieM Hue! ranilidnte!, lettint: earh puppet h.nv! hln due hour of strut and uoodeiij dHKI-er. I "(ur Newark fi ! ml f. little boy who nmuhru In ntlck of dynamite will n mcntary glory ihan a bnielrnl g little ladn at n Sunday - h"o picnic" An outlined by the Sun. the Ji.:irnu endeavorn to Blc nil the rn -v . :o h Item diMdayed nccordltiR t ' M nrnn value, not to bixKt this thiny or kiu k that one. , An we imiierflnndn It. our nul-ti-lwr pay for the truth an It In. not f,,r w hat they inljiht ,w Inh were the truth when It la not.Thnt iu the mint-ion of A newnpnper. Any nther ri.llld on the public; rurti thut a iiii II nil a i t iiioi c mo id The .ntlideiit many Ihlniin nothlnir, ' llluntratlve of that frcl are tha (X uiutuatlouu hel, at frecpienl IntervalH by I lie civil nervlc cominlNniou and by other examining boards. Thn ex amlnern who took occanlon to tent tho fllnenn of applicant for poHlllnna In the Chlcimo ptilillo library have given out a sample of thq nnnwern by grad union of the Chicago high schools. Hare pro some of, I hem: ".Mlsn.CUiri Ilartiin, founder of the ltrd f.'rors noelcty, j si 111 In chnrite of Juvi'ilbi i Work -in I'hlciigo. C'harb s Di' kens Sii tt If tlt h of bif llf.; 111 prison; Woodrovv Wilson is u I'nlted Sleten KCnnloi; ;.aftyi Me was uti- ( f the prrsidcnln of the fulled States Mlsmartk took purl In the revolution icy war;, tho, m ci.II Im fommonlv used to denlkhatn u soldier's recull to duly and Wilbur Wright und Dr. Wiley are engaged In netlUinoiit work. The rnllod Stale civil service coniinlMsloii wit Ipfvpnod, 'i tvw years ago by an applicant for a position in the civil service, that I'ocalioiilnn was the wife of licnrgo Washington and that Cnplaln Jidin Kmlth wan the dfs covcrer . of Atfl'l rlita, and that I'eary the Arctic rxplfirrl', was the inventor of"the flying nun blue. i Another characteristic of Hie high school graduate Is Incorrect Kimlish Mosf of them nay, "It'n me," "Unit's her," and similar things not used by people of ordinary education While students nrn learning n. little of physiology and physics, they should also have sonic sort of drill In the use of tho Kngllsh language, Ceiieinl in formation, Including the outlines of history would save them much em barrassment III nflcr life. Touchers say the students get such drills. It may he no, but they nhow little effects of It. Instead (if those, lliliien that will be of use all of the days of their lives, they take three or four Jcars ncipilrliig- In the high schools, an much IjiIIii (is they can forget In two mouths. J he taxpayers pay enough for tho support of the schools to have better rcnulls shown In their children. The fault in In the snlrm that Insipts on a smattering of many things, resulting In little knowledge of anything. COMMERCIAL CLUB GIVES TEACHERS E MEETING PLAC Adequate Rooms for Genera! and Section GatherinftS of triucational Association be Provided Free of Cost t3 MONKV IWMIXK, Money Is past finding 0ut. Its ma nipulations are the marvel of the unin itiated. With most of tin It Is pain fully scarce, though we are told Unit the production Of gold during the past fifteen yenrs him been unprecedented and that tho flood of the yellow metal bus been u detriment rather than a help to UUNlneHn. , Yet yesterday cull money wan emot ed In Now Vork at 7 per cent, a rate of internal that Indicates extreme ncarclty. For this condition two chief reasons are assigned: one In that the demands from the Interior for money to move crops has been unprecedent ed and is draining New York of all lis ready cash. The second reason Is one that would not occur to the lay mind. Since India went on a gold basin, tho people of Unit country have begun to hoard gold an In former (Inns they hoarded silver. Tho oriental bus little use. for bunks, and, an money Is secured, it is hidden away, such of It an Is not con verted Into Jewelry, I,ol It be under stood that the silver and gold bangles and armlets and itnklets are not so much for gaudy display, as we Home. times Imagine, Jt is Hie oriental's substitute for a savings bank and a safety deposit box, It Is thu way the people of the cast lay aside, resour- en for a rainy day. In Indian, I.'kM'I und Sjilu. II In es timated that about !D0,uii0,Umi worth of the yellow metal goes out of clr- lllatlon annually. Such sum must tell on the world mipply of the basic money metal, and bankers have Just nine to reall.e thai year by year the orientals ute withdrawing largor and larger sums Imin clrculallon, a fact thai must be reckoned with at no dis tant dale. ' "iiir of the most enterprising things the Coiiiuieleial club has done lately Is to provide the New Mexico Kduiu tlonul AkkocIiiIIoii, which meets here Hie second week in November, fr c meeting places for nil its general ami set:! Inn sessions. The move is JUHtlfleii amply by the fact thai there will be about "00 teachers hi re intending the meetings of the association and what ever cost the club Is obliged to pay will be repaid many times by what they will -leave with local nicrchanlM. In connection with the assoclatlou meeting, Hiipciintrmlcnt of I'ublie Instruction' Alvnn N. White has wrl! fen to the presidents of all hoards of regents of 'state educational institu tions, urging I hat Instructors be al lowed lime oft to attend the associa tion meeting, with no deductions from salary on accouul of such attendance, lie bat also written boards of coun ty commissioners ssklng them to pay expenses of county superintendents while attending the association meet ing; tilso to presidents of hoards of .directors and hoards of education, calling attention to tho Importance of the meeting nml urging that teueb ers be allowed to attend without loss of nay. In many cases, where funds allow, boards will pay expenses of teachers In whole or in part. Tile following sections have com- filrtcd their programs ami filed copies with the secretary ol the as sociation: The elementary schools. high school and college, city and town superintendents, couirty superinten dents, commercial teachers, Indian school teachers, music and drawing Viupervisors, school pence league. i A comiiiltlce of members of wom en s clubs is working up interest in school and home assncla tlon sec tion. Superintendent While has In jirepuratlon a program ol topics to lie discussed at the meeting of the ed ucational council. Institute workers (will meet In Inloriiiiil discussion or topics touching their work under su perintendent While's leadership, , ,' , ' , ; 1 i!- )mM -mm : ' ' Our Purpose : I Us our purpose to fTandicauy ' business -tin-trusted to us in such a fair and libiraf manner as,to make Hie customer's ; e'ation with this.' bark satisfactory a id profitable, Aside from tho exce!le:it facilities afforded, this bank has the advant-; age of a large Capital a:d Surplus,-.' State : National Bank ! ' . ; of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.-- , ,Mits, .i.Mt;K w. wu ki:i:sii m. A New I'lioto of the Wife of the AtlnWioy tJcncral of the I'nilcd Slates. i . , : Shots at the Bull Moose POPULAR CENTRA L - It 'Will Xoi Worry I Hoi. I lie colonel need not borrow a bit of trouble as to that next year special session, of congress ho has been talk ing about. If It comes, Mr. Tuft or Dr. Wilson will call It and have the worry of It not .Colonel lioosuvelt, Hartford Courant. lYomotlng a I'aiilc. Colonel Uoosevelt states frequently in Ills nddrpssos th84,; M Wilson and a tlntiifccrutfc Vongrs'-'i"4'' eViwn and they put Into luw the!-dfiiaatlons of their platform, this country will have a panic alongside of which all pri yluroiy!i wyn ; hoiun.: nothing.. The colonel n doing ill! lie f iin,' and more than any lO.fhHl democrats, to bring about this panic, . filiiiby County (Iowa) UepiiblicfJU.V. . , , AVENU E TAILORS QUIT BUSINESS OOK MAItU WI1KS. All the queer law Is not found In the Spanish-American eouiitiies. A case ni Just come up In staid old Ktiglaml that Is attracting nation-wide atlcn- .II. Murk Wllks, a nchoolniasle- of laptou, has a wife who has an Ill ume or her own large cnoufCi to be taxable under the income law, Hut under that law, the government barges the tax against her huvh.ind, hose Income per year Is not l.ir.se nouiii to pay the tax, even If he de nted t cry dollar of It to that pur- lose. Also, under the I-.tigUsh law. the husband Is not allowed to touch no dollar of the property belonging bis wife. Mis. Wilka is an anhnt suffragist ml refu.-.es to pay the income tux un- a, the rmhl of suffrage shall be c mbil to her. I'lidei the Knglisii Isw any one against whom tin- Income I assessed Is liable to tmpiison- ini lit until the tux is paid. So poor .Mark Wilks In languishing jn an Ktig lisll jail because his wife will not fcbv him the money to pay the tax on her Income sad bis totnl income ua te.nil- r Is not enough to y the tax charg ed1 against him because he has n rich w ife to sort in A lole for II. I!, for New Mevup b Pergunnoii in lirosperity. Oroat'n tppMrn H lid kiekHia. b 0'ilta Mv Wood. & Jones, Makers of "Clever Clothes," Dissolve .Partnership; Fine Stock of Woolens Go to Roscnwald's. Many of Hie lily' best dressed men will learn with regret of tho dlssolu tlon of Ibeilrinof Wood & Jones, tall orn, at Third und Central. This firm has been in business in Albuquerque less than u year, but during thai time they hale supplied many particular men with fashionable clothing at prices much lower than custom tailors usually charge for the same class of apparel. The store at the corner of Third and Central, which was rebuilt for this firm. Is one of the show places of tin town. The entire frontage on both streets is of plate glass, providing an absolutely daylight salesroom. This feature brought out to the utmost tho excellence of tho stock r woolens dis played by the firm, and enabled tin customer lo choose with certainly as to quality and coloring of patterns The store immediately became popular with g 1 dressers among men of taste, both young ami middle aged; hut, ufter a thorough try-out the linn decided that a store ol this high-class, handling a single line, could not be made to pay satisfactory profits in n city the slr.e of Albuquerque, and tiny decided to quit before the opening of another season. The advantages of this elegant stock of woolens and the exceptional service af lorded by the I inn of Wood & Jones will nol be lost to Albuquerque, how ever. The stock is now being arranged for removal to the men's department of the Kosemvald store, where It Is to be Incorporated Into the excellent ready-to-wear stock of that house. Oc tober 1st Mr. W. D. Joins of tho lute Htm will follow and assume manage ment of the nun's department. This line added to the already superior stock of clothing and men's furnish ings carried by the big store, und un der the direction of Mr. Jones, will make the Uosenwabl nu n's depart ment more popular with particular men than cv r. HORSESMOERS LIEN WANT ON HORSES pemcr. Sept. ::. The Masters Horseihoeis Association In session here, today adopted n resolution urg ing stale legislatures to pass laws giving the man who shoes a horse a lien on the animal to secure the pay ment of his bill. Another resolution favors arbitration of labor disputes. The Nulou ggers, an organization of manufacturers of horseshoes supplies, elected officers today an follows: John l.euiing. Chicago, president: Thomas Mark. Indianapolis, vice pres ident: M. Iierv Chienro, secretary All,! 1 re:l''-lll Teddy and the Trusts." Colonel Uoosevelt denies that bis trust program was Coihluilatcd by men Intureated in trusts, -but the country haa a distinct remembrance of the liin,. when George W. Perkins an nounced his retirement from the linn of J. 1". Morgan it Co. ami outlined a plan for the regulation of trusts in aU essentials like tho ltoosevclt plan. It was while the colonel's administra tion .was framing up the notorious Standard oil "dissolution." St, Louis Uepubllc. Ills lili po-ic illes-.l ll. "I will eat the vllals out of the old republican party hurt' frame up the organization for mjscli' in 1!U." N, O. Messenger, u correspondent of the Washington Star.jssysMhat Theo dore Hoosevclt. dciniH ra ;c aid candi date, thus expressed himself before he went on his western tour. In those words the .hopelessness of IiIh present candidacy is admitted, and his purpose, the destruction of the republican -party. Is confessed. The statement, couched In charac teristic language, simply makes plain er still that which lias been evident fcr some time to all Intelligent citi zens. Albany Journal. eluingcubl". "Cmb r no circumstances will he be ;i candidate for or uccept another nomination," he said, yet here he Is very much a candidate. "It seems to me," he wrote to. president Ta ft when the reciprocity agreement was under discussion, "that what you propose to do with Canada is admir able from every standpoint. I firmly believe In free trade with Canada for belli economic und pnlitclal reasons." Yet, In Illinois during the primary campaign, ho denounced the reci procity agreement. It had been dis covered that Tall was very unpopu lar because of reciprocity. In Ver mont Just before the late T.lecllon In that state the colonel told bis audi ences that reciprocity was not a square deal for the farmer. Thesi'. (ire ways of the .weathercock. ; -Ww .York Times. .. Old Tr.'-tavacut, Jt. was the' servants of his half-brother', Absalom,' whd slew Annum "when his heart was merry with w ine,". In, olifVlk nee to Absalom's eoniinanib , J. And it was Samson win "smote the Pl.tlisihiis hiii Ami th lufi Willi ti un it! slaughter," as recorded in the fif teenth 'chapter of Judge, also In the Old Testament. lie did lint "hew" flieiu. The phrase "to smite hip and 'tViigtT" sei liis 'To sqiiinf at 'hitting" I al low tin' belt," but' Samson"wns nit hampered by 'the Marquis of yueenn bcrry rubs. Nevertheless, . It is not surprising that tin' man w ho is standing at Ar mageddon in thee parlous days should have other things to think of than Hie' manner of which the scala wag 'Atnneii met hiri fate. 1'nstob Globe. "I have a world of confidence In Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for 1 have used it with perfect success," writes Mrs. M. I. liasford. Vooles l illc, Md. For sa'? by all druggists. DRUGGISTS OF. STATE. v- , , -COMING FAIR WEEK' Albuquerque Is to entci lain, during the' ivreft 'of the : tc'te f.Yir.i t mvtil ,i i !,'., if tjio -New. .lU xn -i 1'bai'niaceut ,'lsi AfcMioi.-nion, i:m well as members of the Slate Hoard ol I'hurinucy. Notices for moctingjj"of. these .two org.mki llons have been sent out as follows: The New Mexico - IMinl'maeeutlst Assoc'atlou will held its aiilliial meet ing al the Commercial club in Albu querque, on October 10 and 11, 1H12. Klectlon of officers and other matters of importance arc to be discussed. 1!. IICI'I'K, President. MUS. M. I'OWKI.I., .Secretary. The Slate Hoard of Pharmacy will meet at Albuquerque October II, 12 and 13, I9U', for the examination ol applicants and other business. Candi dates must report promptly at 11 a. m. Those not having applied should do so at once. Report all violations and other business. : H. UI-PPIV Secretary. Itoosccilt and Tali. Colonel Kunsovclt has said a good many bitter and unkind things. con cerning his obi friend, William Tat'b but the proshhnt has not retaliated in kind. In every way the president is tip opposite type to the man of Oyster Hay. He has none of the hull moose characteristics. He is calm and judi cial where Colonel ltoosevclt Is ex citable and Impulsive. There are many other goo.d traits that President Tafl possesses; for .instance, he never calls men Havn. He lias no Ananias dub of bis own. 'lie is not inordinately vain. Ho does not boast of his prowess -as a mighty hunter lVforc the Lord, and he is not fi revcr comparing iiiiiiscu io (leorge Washington, Abraham coin, Charlemagne, Orichton, Constable llus C'cnsar Icon and a SlHdl.lght op Perkins. The developments of the last davs go far toward convincing sellers that the relation of the Vestclng machine to the third Tow 111 campaign has not been appreciated I'ul ly. At first tleorgi' W. Perkins appear ed merely us the true find loyal friend of tho third term candidate laboring for the uplift of the human race. Now it appears from the Investigation un der way looking to ibe dissolution of tho harvester trust Hint until recently the entire $M0,(KM,(Hii) of stock in that company was in the Hands ol a voting trust consisting of Perkins, Cyrus 11. McCormlck and Charles Dcelim,'. This agreement to run for ten years was furmod August Itiuj, so thai Mr. Perkins was at the head of the trust, Hot i lily throughout the entire iwo terms of his candidate for president, Hut throughout the entire canvass for the nomination, and In fact until a few weeks ago. New York Herald. Ilc' it lYaeth al Man, Mr. Itooscvvlt waxes contemptuous toward Oovcrnor Wilson oecausc no believes 111 the limitation of govern mental power. This Is what ne calls a bit of outworn academic doctrine.' He stands for "the extenison ol gov ernmental power." Certainly it was 'not a bit ol out- Worn academic oociriue wyicn Hoosevclt honied from the breakfast table pt the White House to grant lus personal llcijjsu to Mr. Flick and Judge C.ury for the steel trust to ab sorb the Tennessee oat and iron Company. It was not . bit of out worn academic doctrine when Mr. Uoosevelt, alter repeated visits of Ueorgc W. Perkins to w asnington. privately ordered Ills attorney general to drop the suit against the harvester trust. It was h"t a bit of outworn ae on lllie uocirioc w in n .i "" ami his commissioner of corporations and his attorney general considered smoiiK themselves "whether we can afford to ulieimte the great Morgan Interests that have been so friendly to I., cm merely extending me governmental power like '-practical man." New York World. Un the admirable I in (iucscllii, J ii- Hamllcar Ilarca, Napo host of other mighty fig ures in history, lie never overworks the personal pronouns, and hoi has never tried to revise the spelling of the KnglishiaiiKliage or to tell Ureal Jlrit taiu how lo administer her affairs .in Kgypt. in short, President Ta ft is not a megalomaniac. He Is .not .a man on horseback, and he never plays lo the galleries or the grand stand, lie never goes hunting accompanied ''' corps of expert photographs and a squad of moving picture hieli, and lie has never -been photographed with ills foot on a royal lion's supine bead or In tho act of twisting a bobcat's tail- .1 4 .!......-. urn :l UlHlM 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 .1 l A H J 1 1 I I, 111'." i A Song of Pabst "Blue Ribbon" Beer "'T is a drink for the gods," and my sweet ladye layre, Raised a glass to her ripe, rosy lips, And honeybee-like, on a hollyhock spike, She daintily sips and sips: "I drink to your health, to joy and to wealth, To years of delight and of cheer; And to this I drink bid your glasses to clink, To PABST FAMOUS 'BLUE RIBBON' PEER." . cssed by Yoked Willi I iibeli- rs. Colonel Uoonevelt and the chief pro gressives ha.ve much Insisted on the hith and almost Sparine virtue .if the new party. It lias oeen remarked with l-a.n, nevertheless, that there Is tendency on various grounds to cull In question the sincerity uf the colonel himself t' inquire whether his. princi ples are p. i ai.i at or oppoi tunll nml In ,..,li..m mili i Units pus president that ore not deemed worthy of being exploited .In books, magazines and mwspnpcrs. and lllunrn.cu who snapshots. Kor I his his counl r.v uicii should be profoundly thankful. Kncliestcr Pcst-Kxi less. The Colonel iiml (lie Hihle. Can II be that Colonel Uoosevelt. ti. foremost htblical scholar in Amer ican public lile, has got bis scriptural references mixed In bis steal to cb.as- iiu., i..ssrs I'eiirosc nun n""' , , ,- whs he only misunderstood misrepresented. The accounts In several novvspap agree, however, that in those two gentlemen he audiences at St. Albans: "I thought for a tinu would do some damage to Hie progres sive party, but the l ord hath debv I them into my hands. I have them on the hip. I'll hew them as, Israel hewed .Million, mp t Now. for the sake of historical ...... ,.v it m i v be intcri sting to call thai fact well known to all P.iblc students that l-rael did not hew L i lioo. carve, uasli or maltreat Amnon. According to the record Amnon was the son of King David, and a very bad e'tg he was. as anvntio may see by rcadliiK the vivid thirteenth chapter of II Samuel In the rcfcrcnc said to and i'1-s to his thai they acre- cut, otherwise n( ) U ' H.iMi.li. " - . ', . "As water that springs from the hillside and sings, And laughs ils way down to the glade, Just as pure this beer, so drink without fear, For 't is best the world ever made. 'T is science, and art, 't is conscience, the heart, With nothing to shun nor to fear, Drink once more to my toast, the Nation's great boast, PABST FAMOUS 'BLUE RIBBON BEER." ' Bottled only at the brewery in crystal clear bottles, showing at a glance that it Is clean and pure Don't forget to order ust today, fbouc or write, The Meyers Co., Inc. 116-aW.Sihrnr Are. Albuqirqu.N.M.: Phonn 123 G. D. DEDMAN (j.WADO, ARIZ. Wholesale nnd Ketall Dealer in Native Wool, Genuine Navajo Indian Blankets, Silver, Weddir.f Baskets, Square Belts. I have at all times a large assortment of blan ket I am right here where they are made, and I am lr. a position to fill large or small-orders at all times. Terms: Cash r.et. Prices range from S5 rents to tl.40 a pound; weight of blankets ranges from six to twenty pounds. Got my prices and compare with others. Questions: Anything about blankets will be answered promptly. All my Blankets are GENUINE, HAND MADE BANKETS. P. r.anndo. Arts. Trading Post, Arm., Aui(i,e County, Navnjo Hcsrrvnlion. Xojiiln?, - H''i;jj;ii;i;J; t Spffi ! . (IK,.