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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 22, 1914.
FOUR mi AN I ND TP !:. PR NT NEWSPAPER. morning journal;:? I'uinmnnl ly tin JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. li. A. M A 'I'll i :t;s 'N . W. T. M. i II Hi-ill r. K. K I' M.-....l,lsT.'lt A. N. Mull-iAN M. 1,. KUX I'r,.i.t.-ni ''I'lNt'l"!! city J :i it .r ! Miter I WV."j" AMtU.Tv "' Mritiin liiil.lin, hinifo, HI. f-Mlfn. ptrwil.., Mi i n Ii. mi i i k.. t Turk Ituw, Sra ntk. KM.!'.''.! nil (-"-'H'I ( In mmtrr jt tli pi.ir.o a- r.f Alini-iiK-op,.', M, M of I'-iurrr" Mufti 1, li t. una. r -! Tilt? M' ill V O.'i! .tlirllN'AI, f( Tltll I l-Alu: la i'i Mi I'api: or Niiw Ml'X h'O, SI PI'i.lt I IV. I 'IMP, I'lsivl- I' 1. 1 S III Tilt: Ill.PI III I'. I'AI'.l'l ALL n .up . r. -T 1 1 J . -.1 I i III 1 1 lil . ,1.' 'I 1 1 I'I I Hii'riu.irAN I'Aici v vviimh nu.y a in: f.'H I" piece. In national Rovern-: lonil'i , " li Btrovc to direct nil (Ion . tttt or.aiimi n thin any nilior f.i-r l( . Iiul.ll.' affairs, tin if f. truel, Mr- I In h, V.i... 'J I nljr .rp.T In how: ' , , , ' , , Hnin tunnel vvi-ry i!y in ih yir. , - ion elation or whatever, into til" j T KM M .i"'7iF l" Ht 'It I IM' loN. ' (pallia of ju-tirn llli'l I' anon, lool'irnri Callr. r toiriiT .! nimt. ." ii. m i h . . . In.- , lh deals nf cil vn n ' Ii I V lathir! NoTi'T. 'i'i si'H n I'.llii.li.t (tntufrila"!" t" 1 '.A J- urml, l.n wrltlnir (. liavn tlll'lr T ,1" r -t..Uil!.(l t 11. txt'W n.l- lr nmi l. fun' t" o" tl l'l il'li'" "1h M.inliiit J mi. hi )i haiti'r rlr- f.ilnM..n ra titan Hani i u. . ..i..-. u liny ll.r i.n fi. r In -w M . 1 1. ."- I Im Afllrll-i cull NcwaiiuiH-r II1I..-I av. H'M'-XV MAIif'll 2'-', ll"1 i. Till: I ItV III MV II.M). . ... ... If it W.ithiiiBion riev..,patier man v.ete s. nt out to net n human IntereO M.it i'. Die While House i pi otmbly ' ih.i lat pla.e that he would K' l look f..r it; and yi t there ham Just 1 i onto from lb.- lips of the ihi-f o. en-; pallt of 111" White Holiso one of tho loo t hi.moii.iiii; iiuii.i.ii liHPi.'.-i Mo.ie.i Unit any m wnpapcr ' VT publi.'hcd, l rom the lieKinnin:; of bis i iirei-r in ntitioiinl i.dltl n there has been rt cit ttin pathoH ah. oil Woodrow Wiln.n It. int. i.-il iir ami pe as an inieinr-, dial a i .dlc.'e prof. H-or "M", did i vct thins' !'' lule of thumb h"' hat . vldet I an almoM paloliat" ; (l.'tlte t 1 t peopli. Ulldclsland lll'lt Im i jutl in human as any of the let of HH. The llihllte to bis k'lc't nienliil power. that h ue b. . n niic; from nil iiinrti is of lh" eatth s. cm lo have fallen dead at liw f.rt he WUitctl folks to liiidel sland that un derneath ll all he Is j'isl a plain m -iliuary man. Jt v ill not be f.ii Kotl. n Unit during the i alllpals'll for the plcslihnoy h" l-h.iw.d an lihn.nt child lihv (lie. wh"ti Home of his siippm t et at a (lain i nd me. Unit hailed IiIiii as "W Ii." Ii will i,0, , l. re. allcl that p.rhapH (he fii t pre. cd.'lit that he Mniished after .oinlau offi. inlh to AVaHliiiiiJ on viih the undent i us- tolll of h.ivliu; the liatlolia .ell,, io '''"V '1 ' ' enlraii. e to a llie-,(nl u ,..,,.,,. ,., till ll,-. rit.T ulilln tlie undid!, e cloml In do-, pr,. s.it law. litiropea n countries, wuh f.r.litial attiUidii until h- to-.k bU .l.illi oad ow iielslup by the l,lte, pi ac- t il,.. ,,.,, I, .iil l,. la,, .,,l' V pr-.hil.il epr. s comi'.iiil. s ii mm in i,l, official utt.i.iiiciH llierc has i ti pt a hoin.lv pbias,, "team- Wink" Is the one that oe-um moivt r a.lily - - sliowim; lhat th- i- wan pi. sent i.II the time a dc-iire that h: fcllmv . iu..u.s li oi i lil iai;aid him l--n lis pli"-b!cti! ntul no I'i- as mnii. I'i I ha pa this trait In bit (haunter Is the tie that binds him let strongly in pel--, mil fi Icndslop to f. .liner I'ics i lent 't .It. X. v. r .I", s Tall - on," lo W,, .h i, i, I .ii wuhoiil . 1 1 ! 1 1 1 at th. White llou-e, and iveiylhlm; ludi .ni. that lb.. i its i f the form, r 1 resident fire of ll. ce liom.-y, fro--nnd easy sort lhat is d-.ir ( Itic hcatt of th- n- nuiiie Aiiiiiicnn . ii r, tl. Ill their persolial (liall!.'s there Is lulu ll r im t li lily between Tafl and Wilm. The Kieate-.t ditfoiemo I.e. Iweeli t ii . r 1 1 is that Taft la fat and Wilson is loan. It Is a eiy human W i! ,.n lhat lp. akr! In Hie talk to (he Washlnnton lo-n p i per men. It is I n-'onc-ii al li that hii- ll a talk could hap b . ll olli-(twi.-o than spotit.-ineo'is and sincere, 1! v. ill ili .nv il.'of to him la a ,er. eoi.al and bun. a n sen so the i:i,-al in,..- i if !,;.! f. H-.-.v (!':,-!' r .r-"e.. of v. li. Mi. r !! y acta . v itli ),,:' pditi x i. -a s or not. New Volk i Holy jail. At.y . Will baldly llliik loof. planum;; a fourteen .lie In. a i e lied t In IV his osca pe (1 . r 1 he TUT IIIC. (llll V. "' "' ' Without tlioill'ht of lull ott! s,i--j I nns. II, t-.rn.ir I'li-nil,"., -li o io '" 1, IK"' In the public lie s I..-C, "--' of h's i. . : o. it ,. , as a piiM.le ito a lot toil. le- i, oi o. In l.o t. Tj.". ih I owe ei':.r.. Ii unit to bulk a" li:::' m U.i ji l lic mind as he did iluinu; his i ;-1i. I on Ihe lu ll, ll. In loloio. l and ikullrstle ildlllillll-tl Jtil'll Uli.l III 111 .' luit cit htalion of the country. In. iu--tho li'rh J-l'it it of i itiiiciiship i u ii tl tot'i h all of Ilia HloiiKht .slid ihul. Station lia been utl a. rid. lit lo him Ir, lot well lis in ' .neept. Tli- wi.-dotii i.f llenJ.illiin Mali li-oli, the l-f. 1-j.al Hind er lalbd ti) the I'I i ..ppi.il loll li of the "blue 1..W Mill-la-m y, railed William HowurJ T.ifb'.ty that hoic,ta have the it y f.-v train, il In law, to lite fcjer.'il l-. n. h , rm 1 ii. eor.1in if to their iiitctpict i Jle hft il leltl-'l.intly l-i lain- broader j tlon of the Mosaio law. f..r whiilt ITfHlueilt McKiul.i, i-i mrt. H I VII ... -. I . w nu r 111 yu,i.i.-i..'- . ruliar fllnrnn for IiaiKllinK thi- l'li.iip jdno .IHt;ition. II" was inude sore t iry of wur nnd then jdulifr'tkul Int.. til" presidency Wtl'll lie Would 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I have preferred ti position on the m 1 1 - in. emit! of tin- I tut- a Slates. IK- fl lir- White House iilh lh" J-.y n boy lot o'H fif hi hool. Where ho a ldaoe.1 I'l l h inall'TH nothing In liim. Ill ;i ll v iulilii' nf fi'i ns ill hi law professorship lit Yn lo, hi' has liinii'il tli'- duality nf his "! 'l"'l'l'"- -'V "din-ati,.,, :1iid t raining, in tin- service of rilizoit- , , . i ...hip. tin the In Hill Inn in olsinns have i "hoped Law Inward i.ormririftit Jit-di-" !f,,r all Hi" p-oplo. Sovuitopn year.-' ''OU'ht tit" film I" tt" "''- I,,., ,.r,,:it i.tilil'iticiuil lawyer lin.l i - put ill 111'' Sholinnn law, lis the su preme omitt finally fa-hed 11 thro" jc.'ii'K aivi. In colonial fulmlnioralion h" e;i."t ro et timi'tit Into III" form of bcncvn. lent, lint firm I'oliltol It must Ink", or than lo party inli ii ! or fn-Mon.il ani-1 IlllioM. ! HU prlv.'il'' lifi ha no oilier mo tive, no ilitfi'ffiit spirit, no lnvcr luif of roiplnit. Inlftitu: natufiilly inti iltli' . ai hinir of Hi" law, In1 h.m i-iuiiilit 111.. wid.'l' mictiloii of l.-iii'liiiiu In llu- ,,,,., tto f ix. ! in In. liil(-. of law. .f Ki-iviTntiictil, of un lily Willi wlilct'. Mi ,in.l l,;,M siilnr.-ili 1 Itai If till IiIk ;lll' Thil llll'Kioil ..1H'HS llilll, , ; v. Ih tin l- uiMri-HsiiiK unili-rKniiltuil lama-H, poKU.r.iililal.i', lawyil'K, law j proff-Hcnrn, or in plain j-li In Ho' , lay pulili.'. )ii incre iifinw hold upon public nt 1( nt Ion mil of office Is no can-p f.. ",,r f rise. The ncr I''" id' hli:h r i ill- zem liip fills his mind now as Hie n in office. The ruiallcr diitbs of party ,.,.,,,,,,, I(, ,.xv, ,!;,., y jcinmcnt diiliacl blm Ics, and hi': rash ncttlci t of them, or bbiinb ritii' laticmiiiJ to poronn in. in, covl mm I no (. nip. .rary nn.l superficial lot-n of ' p. 'pillar f .wiiii; n . t'hatles Kehw.ili has ;.;otie the oliumfo. Is thoindit west for that li- ;'V - ""PI'Lv -'"'H f""" ri't"- 1.1 1 IH ll. Where lie lna.li' Ills money. '1 ha! I lty Heeds pei .Is tiioney. i lini.it w ot so than II ! tim: I'M'iir itrsiM-.KK. 'Ihe lPluidaliun of the ruit.'d Flute" lApicss onitniny in rest,, public at ' t 1 1 1 loll lis part of the In. -.liable l.io 'hilioii lii ipilck 111-o.Iiik traffic of lh. coiintrv . ntisc'iai nt upon the pan .1 i iposl act. 'I'be K-u 't nnicnt and prbaie flilerpil'ie (iinnot do the name Lind-in-ss. If the pe'dofrbe Is cheaper, pri vate may b nii.ri' efficient, but It -i oiiipctllioii far the be t pa--, itu: - us I. .ill t. n.li to Increase the cost o th- , low . r pi ici d H'-r lor. 1 livery t-rovoiuuent ibniands ,i in.--in. poly In lh" carriage i'i( bli.i.s which bcn.iti. i ul Ion.' ly i no'.i(;l, by the bilb inir of royal nie-sinters to cany pri- 'vale inessau.s, 'h-' rnil-'d Htat. , Haiti, ulurlv avoided postal compel1. ill. re we nro In 1 1 a unit ion. The jtov-1 I el nun ul has taken in-r the bulk "I the ixpK'KS hiit-liies-t nnd loW-'I'-'d by law flifii'Ki-ti for i rr it n ll"1 i'niaiii-J icr Tin I'.- Isn't buslii.'s nnuuli f"fj '.ill. Th" rxpre-s s'o. lis b.-rsn to fall,! fur "11 of the companies had eu 1 liipilons to protect their past earnlni; a. i; ml now lh-' stnailcHt of the four biy i , unpaid, ri Ik o 1 ... i i ( lo li, mi, late. 'I'll,. Ol lilt I . SS CO I II p. I til- H Ulltll.l j :f..llovv If I'nropeiu lomllllons pt.iail-; .il here. Ibit our fcuv eriinient Is noil io p. tciiipt ..ly a monopoly, ntul our l.ii.noM U mere N.ietliii: of hh:h ser-1 1 1. -a i.n.l innr.' ttilbni: lo Piv f..r il. Hut th" II. In lias s. t in favor of ti an- poitatiou by lb.- urn el inn. HI, an, I i, and by t h. re will ho no . pi . m-, petition for I'tt. le Sam l-t meet. Aim. tin- day Is net more than a ipl.'irter of a century distant iili.it III" ra il-; loads will Insist upon the covurnnient takmir Ihem om r, M.ne tb,- pn ; . nt , lolny is to prevent then from earn - itu; profits u s ptiiate i -nterprlsi s, - Till'. I'M Mil's III' SI I I I IIS. lbii,iioniiii will Their hoe'i- tnir'l ' Tim I pi ' . I. ii a niaiof so., ll.- betW CI tl til". I 0 I I H. K. It. Si ll- i ', the '11. ,11 man af May.-r, uf action an-l id. 'as, and mo man w Im n pr. ; . Ills 111.- 'Alio oppo lo t , V. law" poll. ,,f the o hint, r the Jl-ltlO I'I" ' peopb- l.havo bad 1h. tr tua tin h.oe mad 'a town il-.sid to ii et thnii; en sun ,1111, i x. i pt th-' chinch-s. and In n no-ill-, r of the nv Knclan-I towns today, a man Is not allowed In hire a team at a lii-lv nable on Sunday unless In- can prove that he Is p,,, im; to Home sdt of libelous solNl.c. In a li unib.r ol 'those tow ns now sb.w iir not iillowe.l lo fi II new.-'pap. is on Sunday and they hale fieib.ush in,. Intel for a tlfHspaper pllldi-h-.l oli'.v the das In th.' week so as to axoi l n.-c.-ssity f,-r all work on Sun,.i. Win t , X r lh.' "blue law" i.l. a has pn ali.il, t no iiriiK si"'-s in. io4.il l-t. .1 , s, lllc new s stands - ti 1 ii i nt-r est.il.lishmetit.s itul lh-' shoe have ben cloud on Sun-lay. and the town has I., come so (I. .i.l lhat the ;i',oN has -rown thtoui.h the pivetii.-nts. fumM tl . 'y f pe akliur. Th.-re is no use for denial- rr ova moiiH by Ihe opponent of Manor S. 1 bis. Aside from those opr-os him purely mi l-obti. 1 Krotiril-. the i r T .irinn.p n ll liounoeil t.Caitl Ihit he Is ftl'l in politics, li fa.-t of nhldi a l.iiko majority if Iho x-t.r.- n-fm to be ilitirely oblMoUK. Opportunity ASTI;,R liaiii"; by lf'"il and mail and ia!aee-snn or late J I; n 't k uiiliidtlen once at every jalc If sleeping:, utiKt if feasting, ri-c before I luvn away. It U the liour uf fate. And tliey. u!m follow nie, reaeli every state Mortals desire, and conquer every foe Save death: but those who doubt or hesitate, Condemned to failure, penury and woe, Seek me in vain, and uselessly implore; 1 answer not, and I return no more. Jiilui James Ingalls. The Storytellers i The Sc ri-l, 1 j Mis. Sinvvcsaiit l"ish In known to 1'ive the ni'i-a siiliiptuoiiH and t'le I most beautiful dinnciH in the woi!d.; I Hie is also knoi n as the poKse -ur o . a t O iii haiil wit. ; It l saet of Mri'. Kisli that the re in;, l l;a bio sii..(s. of a rl. h l.nl ill.; j , ,,.,.,.,, v, w v,.,. M j ., K ,. wi,,,l in spiui.tl hrift nobleman was iccently! ilis. -nsscl In In r presence. No or,.' i unlit Ullderst iild tile happiness of rti.H man lai'e, win. 1 1 b a I si cnied lo bode so III. lint mi. 'ib sbrim'.d and said "The rill won't let her husband tour h a . nny of her prlie lpa I - a nd Dial, ou kc, keeps up the inletest." The Cinisc. ' Voe mv h's i nvironmeiii that nives I'.i owii Mo. ll a bad ilispo-at ion '. '' "Ves, he liv es on u. closs si l eel." Hall nn.l Half. I Horace ll Stallion, aplopos of tho , mismatirirciiient of a railroad, that ; bad Kolie into a leceivci s ban Is, said-I Argentina's View of ihe Tangle in Mexico l.neno. Abes. Mat h 10. -As lb first imp... laiil lApre opinion f.-r so On meal and rtnv, tin; , sion of public ' past la tjiis unity, and as I ' "IOIIIK II Olll Ue papef llcie COI't'l hi ji-tioniluci to our f.. i in, r conception of Til" Thunder, r, of I amland, viz., I. a I'tensa. el l:. i. a,.-. Aires, Is nppende, I ; .'", V, ' !" '" "11"' " i.'tsain in nie recent 1 i n oi in,, cinoa l lo on the evpor- latloll of arms II lid llllilllilllllion ll'oni the I'llltcd Stubs into Mexico, pub lished on I', la nary ;, llaU'iK resided lii this ciiniry a' Host coiiUniioiisli- since lv'-i', and haiinii been n con-laiil leailer of lis daily pap. is, both r.,r and :u: ain.-i He local c.iv.'i niiient, ;,s well as inanv other I,., il pul. lo aliens ami produc tion,, of a 111 l,, i and 1 ,1 1. ., I i hai acter. the writer to be con Hibled lonipllent to i v a ."llccili. l . xpicssii.ii ,,f public opinion, as c. pi. SSe, m tile low pa pel, s of the coiuitiy, nn.l of those opinions held by many ..I bis friends and iiciiiainlance ami. hi; the Ait. iiliiics, ami some ol th" f,,ri d-.tii'i.s i c' ldim,- b. I -, as wa ll ns of hp, own. I on the a boy, l ii n- e ntul ex mentioned .,nt , ( U n 1e o ad n;:. Ktrst, l, it be staled that, ( oiitse of Hi,, la , f,.,v years, s. utiini nt towaid tlie l ulled In th- pllbli Slali-K, It-. K-o - run!. nt and its eilir-ns Imii j.liiall , 1 1 is Ki eat ly ,- n, v. t j v.' li. i aIN ll.lllU. it lot' III.' lil ller. I'OllliClO Hie few who wele bclo wile In lio way 1 - pi e. lital i v n id th" better ele ment, Willi a few eXCept iollS, ol Colli'..'. and tluao pi in- ip.iUv Hie Ani.llc.in hi.lv ton In ii l-roticlit out .v S .rini- i elite lo oii;anre ami direct lh hoi in . 1 1 schools, winch, both IcacllelM XV ill. let Til I Monoo s. ti.,. ,, lia.l n , .no eiTnt ,11 lu.iu e, and in a few woid.s, without laim-i reason tin i.l . .r, ma v b" t a I.I to have been tlie liiakini; of thi.s na tion, edu.-iu loin lh and socially con sidered. In Hi. .so i-.nlv days both th-' t. aohol s and tb- in w-pnpcr wtit'l'-., I w ho t-y.ot tier form and in limit pail '"'"V J ."l"""""- u''''' : Spanish, nn.l w ith no oo or respect f,. th K,.r lt A, ,.,,, ,,,, f ,,. north. 'I his xviis ivirlicnl -rly rvidctit In the !pap - is iliuiey and l..r some time .-(!'- ti r tlie war with Spain and the conse- 1 1 1 1 . 11 1 1 1 - I II ; - I I ul. a, lllilv When It s, ii that we did not lak v- lam i'iiIm a . a p.,-.. essioti or even have tl iioiiiinally innbr a protect.. late, all. I III. -I out policy Willi the I'llillppltics was .HI., of OOlUlnUOtM in, admi and material betterment s ith in. I. pen w li. tl lb" p. e ultimately in vie-'.'. should become fit i n lb. o..- U. .. w ci -- '.me lot le crept !'! a sinall inoiti.'ii-u ol was publicly -uih m recent years. Id and nine to i-... ' t !,, f-l 1 1 . on I ll. il' action aid : 1 1 icmllv I eelitn; l ptessed. It Is , . oonutie peihaps 1 1 1 . iii Hie in. mor el. 1, Msit of All. Loot, that Hie PX-pres-ion "our i;o at sister repel. ho ot the north" has l.o n s. . it lu the h a.l Ini: l-apei", an I it has be, oi-u- iiiite the ii-ital form Mtice. the reirnt and still mol e mi inoi aide M'-its of La-'oti i.tllt Itol.' CV clt, I in lots Iii (La iluo of Oplliloll. 'llie ttl.-it nut. aso In the number A Itlel leans l'eldlllii here or vl.-ltiiiK tins coiintt v In n . . H icars for l-n-'i-I'-'ss put poses, Iho ( onstanl'v ist owir,' inteti hallKC of p t o. lil, Is nnd IllalHlfllc tliri'S. the iUi lias.il facilities fof cotll- iiiuni-at ions, the laiue itiiuil-. r of stu- tComu.it. kr UvCiyK ii iuiieu ) xi xnfeic fif hiimnn dctinic-! run I! I'.'inic, live aii'l furtunc fti va- fndt-itqis wait, Ciiics ami tifl') I walk; I penetrate Dr-crts aii'l seas remote, nii'l "The culm and bland excused of fered tor llicir iiiisrrinnaf.emcnt by Ihel toad's various heads remind me of j Siniili. I "Smith, last Sabbath, put in a ' i'i I eniioiis day olcatiitii',' up Ins Kill' den lor the spring planum;. inn .lones, lim next Hour netttlllior, ; tackl -.1 him iiiiliuiliilllly in the unoker ! tit toiiowinu miirniiiij ami sapr. I ' Look her", Smith, do yon thmk (.. months later the lady re I want all your tin t hum ami bonfn nnd j turned and asked how much it would old shoes thrown over into my i?ar-j ,.,,st her to have tho Inscription pi- d'U" ; faced and another substituted. "'Von haven't 'em all, oil ,0 neiat of that, inarm," replied I man. Vou'l nly ;;..! half," Saidlo,,. nian, coot hitutly ; "you see. 1 lift: Siniib, c .ilmly . 'I'.iuwn, on ihe other jj.s' enough ruoin to add 'alone.'" side, Km the oilier hall." " I . The Noisy Vines Auuhi. l.'zr.'i 1'oiind, lb" I'hila.lelphia ioet, 1 w bos., work has thrilloi London, said , Hi" other i. ny i,,f Alfred NoyoH, ln j ttriilsh rival: ; "N'oyes declares' that my torch of i diluted Crow niiiKiKiii, after a feeble Ispluttei', has uoiio ,,in. Snw. In re-I venue, let me tdl viih a. siory about Nines and Swinburne. I "Some tiino after Kosseltl's death, j Neves wrote a. loin: nieiucrla I poem. I He was so proud of his poem that he , lty -I. C. i; 1 1 I 'st-ov Trnuier of tin- 1 nltcd Stiilcs riilier sltios ( bib ul Itneoo- Aires, r Ili'litiiui, In 4'liiladeliliiii I'u Ii 1 1" Ixilirer. -':'So;s-sj I ell u w lo rmim el.i I ,, r sin, en In special liins 111 the Plate.- and their rrinrti Imluie.l with Ainei'leaii bustle an. I enlcipose, the (hiowiim: oil of Hi., yoke of Spain and f Kranee in ni ill. is cilucat lonal and literary, an-l the eoiisc, iienl ibvclopnieiil of na uoual m bonis, lil. rature and otiinions writt. ii and formed by the educated and traveled A l noilmi s theinselves; the consolnlatioii of the national u i ti in . - n t and Ihe I'ciiei'al improye m.'iit In 1 1 v i ii if con.liilons; the nhNenoe of rev ..luteins or .veil political dis turbances, uenera!!y speaklim. since Isioi - all these lire only a few of the fact-UH which may he mentioned as accoiiutiui; In ur-at measure for the , hiiime In public sentlineiil towards ' he l'nlti -1 sun. tine advi is.- cir- nmstuneo which retards the crowth of this m tit inn nt ol 1 1 ii milinevs or respect for the l lllied SliileH l. Ill" nllllire of tile i.i blemalns I'eceKcil here by the treat paper-, ft-'iii th. ir I'lcle cotrospoiid- tils (inies, incidents find ilisirracefiil Iliinus e,.,,.,al f.,rm the bulK of what I-. -able. out. so thru lined ucate I ol' merely not xvcll-lnfot me I khiIo d a I. Use idea as to Americans nnd Hi. ir iI.iiiikk. Al.,1 mole especially is llu.-, the i aso when there Is war. in - i.l v. nt ion of n i. v k in,!, or In lor nation al dil fu nines. It would Heeni that th ' rich tcrritoiy; and now, after all this i cable eoiTcspntidontr. be tin v Al Ken- time, wo lift th-' i mbariM on export.!- tuns. Spaniards. ..r even Americans, ; t ion o'' arms and umiiiunilioii, main-; read (be more utatilinir liead'ilm .s of ! ly to that the Aiinrlcan inanufactur tlie "xellow" ioiiinals only, lull ruble ' el's may profit by their tale to om- or j a, -'--I .thinly, w ith a leaning Inward ! both parties, and thu.s facilitate the j pri jtidl-'o against the I'niU'd States In 1 killing off of ihe Mexicans; lioapiny j kdieral; an, I thiti these condensed 1 wood ..n the Hie, as li I'renza says., items, ns (aibled, tire expanded m ', I inantlv took tlie cartoon of the i "piol-ied" lu re, laru.-ly by iippali ntly Jersey t'ny Journal, as repioditced in prejudice.!. an 1 soinetinies woefully itf j tho ,1 Hillary liuinber of tho U.'I W" tiotviiil (of thiiiKs nnd conditions injof li.views, showim; l'lesident Wll tiie stat.Kl cable editors, si that the I son in a window, with a door iiIoiik risiilis are oft. n nr.isH i xaKC-'iat ions, side, on which was a placard stating r oi so sun. a i.soluteiy inlstaKeii and cudi nful would bo at oner evi- ib til lo any pnliioiic and educated take by cop-pi. t, a sin-ile foot of Atneiidin. An I all thi.s noes towind Mexican territory; while the president On- iiiakiiik; of unfriendly felines, lack is represented as suvim; to the iissem (1 r.spe.l for Alitor!. mi hint it ul iona , bled crowned heads nf I.uropo, w ords nn.l authorities, and in some cases Mo lit" followiint effect:: "Now Rcntle i ptouiictive ot xery mistaken ideas ! in. n. w hat do you pay to that ? Im you on the nun of readers in ueticial. II Mare to nay the sa mo ?" lo Uio offices is to b. may si r hoped lhat the near f nt m . an liuptoveimtit in this it- spe, t. CiiuliKf- TliHl rlnlM'. Tho recent clianye In Ihe a-lmlnls-; i . 1 1 1 . . i at a IntiKion, and the ennse cnetit alianiloiimeul of what was iaile-1 "dollar diplomacy," toKether with the reform of the tariff and other t;t'eiit lncastiies carried out or pr .tc t-'.l by Hi., ileiiu , r.-.-s. under tit" aiimii alilo Je-i,lersip and insiMciii e ol riesi-ieiit Wilson, have nil been balled with ilelluht, willi the one nota ble exception .. our policy ns rewards .Mexico. In spile of Colonel Coos. Veil's Hank nnd fearless .'-.position oi" whai be c.-iisi.lcis the Monroe doctrine to mean mean ami imply In these mod uli timed, nul l., before the intellectual Mid political elements of iirf.it ox' worth and iportauoe in Ihls country in bis iv - tit a bliesses. and mote par ticularly on th, occasion of Hi,- ban on.! tendered luni here, and in spite i t nil that lis-; been written and spok en in its I i -r then- and hole. It Is -.till Uiiinantly of wilfully often pub Ii. ly state or printed us moaning "Ann ri. ii for the North Americans," i. e.. lhat the I niled States of North Ami i'i. ,i .!e,-.,i e. and Is workine lol. ihe i"nitust, in one way or nnother, of all Ihe rot of th,. Americas, not in. rrly M.xio and Central America, but all South Aiuericu as well. And tl.it. is assert. -d n,,t In relinl.ni to eom- infi ci.il uhm andiz.-ment only, lint is asserted, and iippurotttly believed 1y n,-,, . . , .. .. . i o, ii a, i u.l I roioiu.'M, uiei "": -i.tion, ; ;i"tv,; jtau,,;;,;'-if It is not t.11 very long ago, and motives, inisrcprefeiitntions, distrust! iiM'i ol i - i.it4 me Mill lo He neuiu, iiiml unti n.io.i. sa win i is., tun' a r in a Ilia! a .b'l. n.ive allluno-, calltsl the very i-horl inn . At least, that is th" A. H. C , that is, of Arijent ine, Uraitll i mimmtr.4 V of public opinion ns cx ar.ij Chili, we vrrluuxi)- iiropiHii'd, in I prct-svj I'i--', uni of my o-n. wnylaiil Hwltilniriip one morning on i I'utn.-y "orntTinn and irnito.l on road-' itiir it to him. 1 "Swinliitrnf Irii'il to csmpi', but N'oyp.i ban led the who).' thirty Hlanzns : into lii.s poor iP'iif fir. 'l'lu-n, nt tho , thI, hr niiiil, with a I'otnplacptit pmil: ; " TIipi'c, nir, is my lioom on lins- splti. What do you think of it ; " 'li Mould Ii.-iipi'.' Swinburne tin-! HWPfcd, 'if you had .lied and Hon- ni'tti had written the poem.' " 'Jltc Two KlmN. I)r. Tiilcott Williams, the lirillinnt hPinl of thp ('uhiHiliia Si'hoot of Jour rialinu, paid at ft recent luruhpon: "The HfiiK.it lcii.il typo of newspa per in h.ippily Koin out. Tho expon etilM of this tvne used to def( nd tlieni- .elve.j with tho aHSPi'tion that their J scandalous arlii les were, a natural i'- sponsn to a ti'iturnl curiosity. "Hut lo this a ro.tt edit or once re , torted : ! " "I'hero are two Viin.ls (.f furidslly. j Into one kind we tUick our brain; into Ithc other only our nose." l Mr anil I. Ike. William I loan llowells said other dav of it certain tvpe of tho best seller" novel: "The men who write these books are intellectually debased, ntel the public t lif y write lor is intellectually debased also. The thirty reminds me of tin anecdote. "'What are you dolnf,', dear?' .1 i mother kM lo her little 4-e;ir-old I daughter. ! "'I'm writing a letter to Alice,' the i youtiKHter reiilied. I " 'Hut, dear,' said the mother, 'you don t know how to write." "Tho little yirl, however, lift she calmly continued her pencil fiuvl, i.nswere.t : "'Well, mother, Alice doesn't know I'.ow lo read. r,.n.ili.i..l,i - ir. ivbr,,,,, u, ,.,,i nf 1 ;v well' known man. teipiesicd thai then.m', ,nnw each other,' 1,'ut ihe ecn - ..,lu "Mi- u.ri'., Is i.r.tnr limn I ,. ,-"'l. olace.l noon lb,, t.ui rl.l,. : slab of li.-r dear departed Quite Aeeiistomeil. ' "Hp lu'oposed to you only a week j airo ami now you're married. Wasn'l that, a rather brief oonnship?" "oh, no. Wo theutt'leal people arO . 1 1 1 i t o nccustome.l to short ennaui - , mentn." ! I-.tII'h Himl. I Anropon of a milll- nalre'n fifih ..r sixth marrieue, Uidb y Moct'e, th - I'ortland lot mh '-'ist, -."iil: Licii of his wives divorced him. a n 1 yet, eai li tint" h" lem irnc'!, !.is bud.. I order to l.o able to check any offen- j slve il mount ration as against any .Smith Anieri.an nation, as. well as i those foiniiiiK ill" alliatuc. It Is not really i onsiiinniaied, nor d'-cs any-: t hliiK definite seem to have eventu-j Oiled In this line; but there was much 1 and published on the subject, as' well as on the correlative subject of lh" abrot-'atioii of the Monroe doclrln. . It Is, i. rh:i.i, K.iUintf to the incip ient national pride of ihls and other l,rL,',,H!vi, eollllllics of Solltll AlUel'i- , reminded that there has been previously land may he una In ) trine lias been mentioned nnd was ready to be enforced, namely, in Ihe case of Venezuela, tl ii ri ti the second administration of CI. veland. This .oiiutry, and there are others -infer- Inn from "m-uwini; .alns' Ilk,; " overgrown noi, neis inat tl is now i hi); ( 'iioiiiih to .iKtit lor itself, if nei'-'S. . sury, and wants no unasked assistance from itM "bii; sister nf the North." And the opinion, Konerally speaking, of the press, tile speakers and writers of the nation, may be stated concisely as r.Kanl.s the i-ttitude of tin- I'nited Slates, is that it, the Vniteil Slates, many he c"t,ii 'r. ,1 to a big bully in a ' school yard who hudKors, banters and hulldozis ihe smaller bovs into doinc ! what he il.-sir.-s, f-.r his own ann.se-; mint or autiaadixeineiit. ; Sii-i'hui . of lcxlc:iu 1'olic.v. ! j This is n.'irl'ciilai ly mentioned in i ! connect ion with the Ain-'ti-aii poll-y , ; wttli .Mexico. H is miid that we have! ! nt Intervened, inanii milnare, be- caii-e we are waiting for the Mexicans I , to exterminate themselv.-s, nnd ther I niletly step In aial approprl.'ite their ! : imt tno t ntied states, tinner tnts olemo-rato ndtniniHlratton, will not "i i'i l r. iisa, wiiii a rono-st ior us : I'eproiluetion, earefully translated; hill it has not jet appealed, uuj most likely will not. I It is reluctantly ndniltten lu re that ' we behaved, hut probably with dome 'ulterior purpose, very well as retards: j Cu'a. "I'.ui did yon not lake and lo-! Main Porto ltion nnd the Philippines? ! And do you not ultimately Intend to ! Mai;,- Mexico, led on ly lbs mlne. and .other ri-In s, especially il.s petroleum j wi lls And w ill you slop there? Have -you not h. Intved infamously with Co- loml'l.i. lakim; tho Cannl Zone, .and j Is it not natural to suppose r r assume that you eventually will connect tip your territory down to the canal? , Have you not Intervened In Nicaraiiuii I and others of tlt Central American ! states? Ah, yoti may K.iy what you 1 like! We nee what you are after'." Such ! is tho line of argument one hear In conversations, and expressed mote 1 carefully, but much to tin- same ef fect, in many artii l. in the papers. ; Tho opeiiin of the canal to Ititer ; national tiatn. will prove ui "rye opener," as well, let us hope, to these I MipcrMf nuilive people or individual, I nnd brtnK in thiti train more friendly j personal relations and mutual linotvl ; edire ti. twe. n the peoples of South , .imeiKll anil the Amor cutis Of tile H....1. o , jnoitn, .is well a.t Krc-ater commerci.u lBtcrch.iiik,- which fhould by no j means be the only object ot our inter- j course. L. t but a part of the fair ipromiM-9 and proKnosiioiitions of the ; Ann ricun visitors , if i,to Who have . . - ; ow ,...., r,...,-ii ,,, puiuic oeip un-i a-l,..rrt hi. I i-r.l n,i . Everyone Would Have an Automobile If they had the money. Every owner of an automobile who is a self-made person saved the money to make the purchase. Why not start now and in a short time have sufficient in the bank to buy one of these modern pleasure machines? Money saved is better than an in vestment. You can not lose, and the money is where you can lay jour hands on it at any time. THY THK RClir.MTv IT IS WORTH A TIUAU STATE NATIONAL BANK of Allmauorqnc, V. M. Corner Rwonil Street ami Central Avenue. Tnltoil Stale repository. Runla I'e Hallway Depository. was a youns atid !nml i-iy b.'.iulif..l iorl. Su. n 1 1 . ; 1 1 14 j make t:. c.vnii.ili almut the power of Money. I .M" paused, thi n added olennilv: ; "A I'loneyo) .nan .an hive '.nv-j libit,'-' he lil., -! and ospecia iiy any-I 1 1 hliifi he lovea. N'othiiii: I nnsiial. were Ktaniliiu," on the Th. polf I links; 'twas a chill November day, hip ho one thinkrt i f weather who is situ- ' . . . .. : . pi.v wni io nay. "Hie oi i e n was a i . i., n...i .iA ...I i..,.. .1,..,,.,,, l....r .. ..v:.. a., ,..'. "obi do you think so?" "Well, what. I meant to sav was it's! all ris'il for lilayim;. lboiu;h il' quit a beast ly dav "I see ii man expects a gjr to take li I in as he thinks, not as he speaks," "F,r - that's it. Have yon been around tho links?" "Why, yes -1 vn been the eighteen holes, and now my last ball's i.;'.ino." "What did you pn around in?" "Why - i'i' - lust what 1 have on!" Cleveland 1'iiin Healer. 7778 from Sharp Wits i Aflor xmoklns duriiiR tho lasl. elslily i of her one hundred and tin years, i Mrs. Norn Sullivan of I'otsdam, N. V., is-dead. Tobacco is boon 1 to R. I them some time. ; Kvoii thoiiKli Ihe Kill of lodny hid. s . j her ears, it is not probable that she i j Is missing the low sweet music of nny ! I iniirrla"." proposals that happened to! j be made to hi r. --Toledo lilade. I j If ileus -leinan-led that they he kept ! in tip' same stile that the price of their i kks would warrant, many of us! would have to rodoooi' ito the .Irawin ; room and turn il over lo them. Ma coil T"lei,'i'iipli, Win u a man can't break into prim ' any other way he sen Is a huno rail i.-h ! lo Mr. lityan. I'oluinl.ia Stale. ' In Kansas they ;iao a iaw which . provides that married nu-n shall be 1 fined twice as: much for drunkenness as ,sini;le men. And perhaps the bur- ! den of the fine will fall twice as lu-av I il' on the unhappy wife. Sunday i Lyon a. f;ond talker finds it difficult te hold the intuition of u. person who i j,-, f,mlit to sneeze. Toledo lllado. N,,. .nJ thf om, (),,. fi,shi,,ne,l Kill who seems to posses;, - a ,,t of feniminit Headlni; the list of unappreciated ' Koniusos is the man who invented the I alarm (lock. Atlanta Journal. j liocth.ils evidently would rather be; the kltin of spades than the kim; of' ( lubs. ( 'ol t) m hia State. 1 and the Worst Is Yet to Come REMOVED To ' j H 7 LIFT LESS Bi-rrJ P ii floor, m h 'Mm mmm H 1 - Hiipui". p uiio uji "rv ! i iur- 7"t " pi ' m i P 'i'i' H '!iii! ; ' n i , '.. ' I ''''"' '' "N '"-"i.. "nn '-'Jrw.tl!"; is, -U-.tr-r-'vt- x ABUNDANTFLUFFYHAIR IS MP05SIBLE IF 1 HAVE DANDRUFF i 1 How often -.. hour ,. ,..., 1 1 r.i 1 woman retcrre-i to as liavinK a remil I head! Denude that Ik ad of Its hair and In- stead of a (tio. itly. royal Waring wet have a fright. The hair makes all the. .dtlTcreliee. To have that Klorious i . ilium ance of radiant hair which al ways crowns "n r.gal heml" one should -use Newhro's llerptcide. Ilerpiotde representH the last "word in -'iciuuie hair 'iuiurf. It aosiroys th dandrHff rheekn tailing hair and corrects Konerally, dlseasn of the hair nnd vatp. Bits of Humor Wi ll Considered. j "1 io you think Dorothy n ppr ' iates ithe serioii.sness of the step she js tals j ln'."' usked .Mrs. .Scriu.sini.nd. I "oh, yes," responded .Miss I'ert. he spent Hilly a. week celcciins h. i trousseau and shoes," Judo i i.i'iiiim- mi- .mo.,,-,, ,,i,i,. ..,,. n,..., ;,, , M'- mip Don t ,ou find Hr. I S'":)' 'l'" .'Tl 1" !?' of!?1.,. . I always hIvcs such ditniil icd and im Iplossivo names to tho most ordinary . 1 ailments thai it is really a pleasure S ! .... 1... Ill oti.l en lo t.iio j q.irll ..,. 'I'ni.iii. 'i' treatment. The Hard I 'a it. ll takes 1 1 1-IV. In propose to but it lakes m.ue to ask the b u sal ii'.v raise. a (iprl, ..ss f.u A Canal Comment. "i'li.'1'lev d-'i l'.'' said yoiiui? Mir. Torklns, "they are having a 'ureal deal of auilation about the bit"; canal, aren't they ?" "Yes." "Hoti't yon krow, I sometimes think it minht have been better if ue him been content with the old-fashioned canals where all the lalkinur was done by the man who was driving the mule." I Wq m.t vlas a arlinamtrlihi Me coulci cLrciu) Oeu vddl 5utUdWgsjjoulrLv;t tfeLL I Ti.. !.. ....A U leliealrt , ue ,.i,u, ,- te.-onr. ,111,1 .,.- -.,. but rcfreshink odr.r f. i otiiineiids Neivbro's llcrpicid. to ladies rf re- .Moment fvcrvw h. Sfnd Me in postf uo for sample hol- He of Herpicide , bookh t f The Herpicide Co.. H. B ; I' . I i. troit, Mh'h. Co.. U- P r. I' Newtiro's lleri dp ,e in .'.ue and H si-jos Is ",1 by ill dealers who fctbir ant.o it to dn allthat is claimed. If you are not ratitf,,.,! your money will ie rel iiiiu.-.i. r f AppHoations mf-p. by Hie best hai" hers mid hair dr)..my(.rs. Powell Drug JL' sjx.cl.il Adil- f I'P tHTISlK tAW v i w T l' i 'Tiiiiiiliii ir'-'T-l-L-JTl