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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY. AUGUST 29, 1915.
' SIX Alt V grrNDgVT NEWrAF 11 Che Hlhuptrqie morning journal JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO.L ilir svr would he have I delightful old He muat waa a hu- P A W, T R I. A. M M I. AW'.I Pi-EASE DONT GO SO FAST I DOMT WANNA m in It MM gfl M M.r.iiirll llullilina I Blrafa. nl r,.l KirratatlA. R l I'll K IU.K, U I'Art K. Bw SmmS e-.,n.1-rlaaa mattar at tli BI .ffiea of It i i'" rqo. K. M . and.r get .r. ,.ir. ulnVlen thn njr -thar ppr ia s. M.. T aaH PVM ln N"" Ham ., ywj wf tay i rar. DaIIt tr aurM M BaAtl MM m..mi. . . .Oe aataiuliin llM Joeraal iin ritm lu hav ii" ir Miif tkumil to a B-w ad- j rnnal I. a 1 ' III K th "It A'l'ira. "1 he M.rnln Jnurnal ht A luthi-r clrro letii.a r.im. than It .i'-ord.d la anr etr HP" .. -T. Aia.rlc.a titif-tl tn WOT gr. mix iii the drab, the Botdld "ml Hk I le wile material of ave all of the machinery lutie, whatever th.it term House telling. W in II We Had them no emotion la evoked, k id or bad. I In v nre MM ihe artists A man n J i"v r Imther much ubmii lila auilieiiie ir lie doca the real work. Iliil for Ihe purely "lu ll r. FIRST PAY Ofc SCHOOL J tl 111 Till JIM UN (I. i.l"- '"I prlatA lit) In. nr. mill thlrlj mla ulr. nl r lule Aan laird I'reaa IraMil lre ten li e r h eA. Nu oilier awMMN-r piililllixl la AM iinii- lak-i MM IHaa Iwrnh ("Mr heura d Aawtrlatad I'rraa aarvl.a ilariua lh weak. Hook c i Washington aiiva ther never will bt BMW! Ill BARI until tin in . i . i . an- i :i H k 1 1 1 ' 1 1 work, The UpoU hie ii i.i .it it. !a Hint nature ha dot so mm h tot the people lint Ihe Work when It la nut 0C wiry. AY i n i . Ml i Hi ii l Wllh I mail' I. nam. I the slu.lv of Ihe i ikIm line of the i mulish language, '" whli h the Journal wihIhh to '"II par Iii nl. n . 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 1 1 n..i long ago ii tchool tt in t. mi i.f sldcruhle il eminence III New M.M..I, aeld referring in Mi wortii ' I am lillle ink nil Uliiinmiil iiml spelling; bul It will tome mil nil right Willi my WQfkl I am fairly attune, mi Hie real." It Ik It i 1 1 ii i li 1 1 1 Ii tnlalnke tn under tetlmata ihe i,r good Ritarttartti lailh wrlllett and inlien, iim an HHXet n. avrvdav affalrt Tin n- i nu Jim- mi i vi in M I hi 1 1 UTOM Ctvlliintlnn na we know it wan horn nit Ihe ahnn-H uf Ihe .i dltei ra nenii, In Ihnae k-11 1 iihii l.i h ami inland thai itPiipled h the Hellenic anil Italian Htiii k. Cllfiur and m icm e had their liltth In those re(l00J and lands wittmut them wne urlKlniilly aiiviine Md all uiln i BurtptaHH were hy iiimiiirlnn liurha rla na, fivill'.iillnn Hpiead ft mil thoe i i nteta and inen d EllfOpf Weat uf Ihe llhlne mid solilh id Ihe I la nil he win n the northtrn lnvdri over whelmed Itiune, allhiniKh they wi lled, mi. nu D them. Inalde the rlnK of ihe i num. .1 thoiiKaltd year "ere WW. gag - one rod a enouifh for proper road tiava. acres in each mile is pure I Thousand of mile of the best hixhwaya In hnxland. France and (Germany are only one rodiWide: hut if that aeein tun Ktiny for your I'd cle Samuel, call It two rods for us, and we are still throwing away four a.-rea on a. h mile Multiply ltM fifc-ures tot the state of Iowa by 104.- i " m.ii nf iHililir mad, and we hav. 41."(l acre of the best farming land in the world just ,astd. In Kansas, the government survemrs haxe In . n able to divert t,tM more acres from pmpi-r uses to nothiiiK at all. Thi unusual space serves only to grov we.ds. Th.- roadsides are often the Xreatest weed museum in a good! farming country, Bftck ear they pro-1 du. e etmuKh seed to keep ihe neigh- bniints farms perpetually supplied. the soldiei ors for ci .i I. ,, ;., all that. After lY Hind. Bburc. t. KAISER BUOYANT ON VICTORIOUS BATTLEFIELD OF NOVO GEORGIEVSK (Continued 1 in uKf One.) clear, far carrying rotcoj every wa.rdi diopped . lean-cut front his lips. He maile tieiiuent pauses bi twain sen-' tern es. and when he paused he looked! Bometiims to the right, smm limes to! Ihe left, his eyes traveling slowly along the ranks, and sometimes he lei j a gaze rest on the blazing fortress thati Napoleon founded Ins years age, Words id IjnpCKir. "1 have hurried here,' he said, "to! r.ru oesoue nilll Main uffn came to pay respects to Hinden and it seemed to me that ih lower over his hand than thX. over the emperor's, jiarth n r I..'. BUM the emperor has g u'u, shakinp; hands in a ItMrotathh "aaaam manner mat gently ly preetits an nvetol.s... tude. He is a man. The emperor appeared ! I splendid condition. His ..-nous aiiu ms nearing that ..f a y. iiinger man than his gt indiath The officer w ho followed him a cry for three cheers had to r iikc a nun, yet his words h..t,!. as clearly to the ear a had th ' peror 'a, A Spaniard who stood netf , said: "His majesly soerna ver lovtw hut ex. ellelii Hiiideiiln,, g l,.ks hut firm "ice w ir the undying oak leav l Willi inks . all1 laird of the Hosts. fatherland give thanks to the My comrades, thanks v.m, and us Cod for WI." Then there were of the fact that the lot Novo Qeorglevsk Main taken by the made him very happy and with nis lej'ea fixed on ihe blazing citadel of j I Ihe fortress he paused to dwell on the I tart. enormous works; had been in the landsturm. That mg bolter glim.ise of the pan nil 1 was. and so 1 uuote him. When the emperor left th,. kiriaM square the yellow imperial m , bearing an iron cross mbrolderi 'n black, and tile Wnrds "ii,,t ,, .. was borne dose behind him in 3 nii awinging MOpa. Beseiei ak ed beaide him. The emperor nrwH himself into the auto, a raUitan ani wrapped a rug around him anj he lit a Cigaret, threw himself 'mfk in the car, and smoked luxuriousl He then railed Sven Hedin m the side nf ihe ear, shook hands srJUl akk and chatted with much gust.., iauga. ing long and heartily. Falkenhayn soon joined the kaiser in the auto and the car twepl dHri the road amid the cheers nf n,c troops that lined the way fnr ntaai than a mile. How One of America's Besl Known Poems Is Mutilated ins", now ail loo common, toward the vehicle for expression of our thoughts 'I I,. first claim tn reasonable ' - i 1(J , lure la ability to use Willi i easona ble L,)( in . ma. ihe principal vehicle we . Itatlon Thai cl lllzatlnn was en mi., the Brltlah ialanda first by Una Ullaaionarlai and then by the Nor- inuns of William Ihe CoimUOfOf, Hd alu was conneidetl with the Hmek i-l lllriiln.il thnuigh CaNUatlaupla land the Hyzttntlne einperora. Iim notlhern BUTOpe, north at Ho liamiiie was m m i aublaci in Rome, Journal of last BUnday ap-! There's it lute una I iii under Ihe title of "The without siring .ml . Latin II I"! lie He. 1 Hirer ot Time,' Its author waa given There are broken vows as Bayard Taylor Ttiroughtful he ting Inn in as published were numbers of And Ihe giirincnls she used I typographical errors -errors ihai bava bean made from time to Uma ami There ara hands thai are wa allowed tn sland when Ihe poem was Dial fairv shore reproduced in some other publication. By the mirage is lifted in air The real title of Hie poem Is "The Ami we sometime hear thn Isle of Long Ago," and the real author , turbulent mar of it was llenjamin Taylor. The . Sweet ohis we heard In tl iblaiii was a favorite nf the editor of gone before, has the Journal In his aChoolbOy daya, and W hen the wind down the rive a harp lecea of wear, d when fuir. that eaking grammatically, if I. al least ale lleglei led not '""really flourished in tlermanv, I here- lot's besl known poem. Tel , , ,, ..,, ... ,.f doiiin Song. the first and ara Judged hy Ihein. few ..ni" iii Marehall I'll Id A; Company uttered una dollar IM i itti miataka found IB the gnimmur of the rompany'i advertlaementa and circu- lltra, uml al mil Ihe same lime Alex under llevell hud a hookb l speciall.v pri pan d foi hi atnployea Ikarrai'MiHl Ihem aa to what lo say and what not tn snv in their business relation wllh nigs ol Iiiiiii Although I ail In ' hit tiamij held Germany In bglancf. for a ihousand years, th reformation had II real blrlh then Ijinii ihe deaafl I come lo Ihei nominal al a Bullion ahod with lire, I And the winds ale n il neninu 111 Ihe speed of mV desire. i I inb i thy w i inb I stand. ami there assumed the proportlona of And the midnight heals m ,., 11 line inee, I line ,11,1 in,., a rarltabl nsser t inn dining III Teutonli What i I el nt mil a v.rtnib'iti Time ' l raam I Ii With a love thai shall md die awnewi ifj t,,, HUI1 gmws coldi aai ted ; Ami Ihe stars are old, III a new manner with as muck die- Ana '", ,'. m"1 !a it glides through the realms I unfold lim itless in hei war against Napoliiut, .seals, ,., , ,., .... , .,., ! Wllh a bl icnina aweep and a as Ireland is with absentees, in the opinion of the Dublin car drivers. Indeed, this corner of New Hamp shire l full nf nntiiiulties slid records of the past, such as 1 have been ex ploring at HamptOfl Kails, where on Sunday 1 lslled the Weare mansion, built In 1 737, and perused ihe church records of Parson Cotton and i'arsnti Whipple, from Itli to iHt, which have nevai been printed in full, and; perhaps never will be They were j rescued from Ihe burnt parsonage fif- u years Ko, but have eaoaped much j notice since. Singular i nlnoidi nees appear in j these cramped page. ( In a single dav in 17:1s Colonel Weare. who became. Ihe rflOel poweeftll and trukted person in New Hampshire during Hie revolu- lb. nary period, and Kbenczer Web tter, the grandfather nf the famous ; Daniel, were married by Parson Vfhlppli Wear., in Elisabeth Shaw, j and W ebster to Susanna BachllOT, I from whom Daniel thmight he derived ! his d irk complexion. This Paraan j Whipple married many cojuplea from other colonlea. and oecaafonally from England; a if his parish, on the bor- ! der of Maraachuaetta, was a sort of flretna Oreen, In dfta case he men-. Hntis thai im performed the ceremony j ,'lere is the way the poem is imw . at I: It m The scale of fees was i atlng In malihiled form Variable; plain people paid t ' sntit THE RIVJCH OP TIMK. "IL;s' ,"''''7 '...!.'.',' in reaponae iroke from the elf IntO Hie Wo t long crushing roar lines thai shaped it ids, "Adieu, vour ma- ivard Tay- , blessed isle; "The Be- jAll the days Of life (ill night, atkhaa of I And when the evening comes with its beautiful smile i And our eyes ale OloBlng to slumber awhile May thai "Onieinvnod" of soul be In ltcsHins4' ol Troops. The mar died away and the fur currying voice of an officer came; crackling acroak the plain In the com- man. I : 'Tin dicers Of hi i- kaiser'" Tin- cheers went surging from bat-i tatlon to battalion like Ihe throb of artillery and blended grandly Into the stiains at the kaiser anUieni from! All through the anthem the em- ptror stood at salute, all alone In the mighty hollow square Of bayonets, and all the bulwarks of the empire Hin-! dan burg, Beeeler, Efkikrnh&yn audi Mueller atOOd al salute, too, and BY" rybod) from the hurablaal Pomeraa- j Ian grenadier to Ihe general whose breast was blaz'ng with decorations was very si ill and had to set his jaw s hard to keep from letting go. "Like a brother the emperor had! sunken and like brethren his tTOOPB had received bia Ihougbta. it had nl 1 1 been more (t rile than a parade, audi the keynote of it was an Intimacy so tender and so sacred that liner liber-I ed foreigners present felt almost a TEXANS RESCUED BY WONDERFUL REMEDY find suirt Holier FVoaa illlakagi (l( Vettra' standing Willi I list Dom of Treatment, i'h Knglishn I III ol III I.I I I C anton. b, Hepositnry wit want lo he n king innii error pointed mil were the ex preaalona1 "It la me." "that'a her." "I to" "You waa," "I seen.'' "I done it " lb also triad Id clarlfs the dllfeieme The Revell inioklei nlao railed al 1,1, II, .11 In the link nl ,lalll i.f ex preen log lu LOrift inondt IP t ami I nr liunecesaary use of man woroa I' con iv an Idea. Soul of wit, but It I Ihe redeeming writer, The amount of time wasted in wilting long letters, long speeches, let aiteies ot any smt ,. apMUItng. The ti at in is who trill fif' cut. , t Ihe habit of bad grammar In ihem- raarck The Latin tradition obtain toda) I if Tl I Ian; ircHti t newapnpen ill V. ii,...,- ..;... of one of With a faultless rhythm and a musi- , , published in', tloil 111 Kngliiiiil and lielalul Hellenic 1 1 adttlon oMa'ki in Ruakla I I,,. Journal for the purpose of seeing how I main 01 the .Imiinals readers wiuim re, an I. . I le el I'm s ii M In till flakes nl SHOW. I do not waul to tight gel my sleep al night. I would not Had., my cot t h h Ducrican Lights Cigar. Nevertheless the inevitable br Auii-ri. aii Waa present, and no son had the strains of Ihe kaiser ami died BWay than one uf them lit a I cigar, and started puffing, A B man tan did the same. "This Is not correct, nut Correct, cidedlv not correct," whispered an gentine correspond, nt, and a Liul man added: "No, one does md sinoke at tah nug ou- de-Ar- ch-the -Many Texans needlessly ufferfroa Itomach ailment!' ami disorder! ..f t lie digestive tract which appear to be particularly prevalent rj the BoUtk Many others have found a way t.j health by the use of ktayr'a WondM fui Reme'dy. The first dose of this remedy prints what it Will do T. H. OOt iDPABTURE, MS St., Houston, Texas, wrote: your treatment last think 1 will have to It cninpleti Iv cured It. L. RANDE.X, wrote: "I have lust bottle of your treatment and potted aevaral gall stones. Vour preparation has worked simply womb-Cully dur ing my course of treatment,'' Mayrs Wfndefful Remedy givei permanent results for slm h, liver and Intestinal ailments. Kat as much and whatever you like. Nu mure il Is tresg after citing, pressure ,,f gin In the stomach and ground the heart let one bottle of your druggist now and try il on an absolute guarantee If not aattatactory money will be returned. ipri La flnti Sabln "I too I don hi d my fifth d :if eaaentlalli Teuiniil. ilhn might lies, lip i As il glide language. Hitting n week of waiting, the only letter received is herewith published velv. together With Hie poem as It original-j The lierinan language 1 nlmot,,v appeared above the name uf aA. ' . ivighlfill anthill urerj a northern tongue, raarveioua-1 s.nita Kc. n m.. Aug. It, 1816. developed in meet the demand! of1 rjdltnr Journal in the edition nf ...... ..I. .a i ,, i .1 1 ., , ,rl ItOIIT tuiiier nf Snudav. Augud . lCi. them appear a pm m iiilliicn. .kiiiius no Thi Rhi , of Time," the authoraht "bo much, of 1,1,1, lH akcrlbtat tn "Bayard Tav- his dlatlnc I tnr " Th ih is a mlalake. as Ihe poem atBitrn puwaa written bv Rtmlamln F. Taylor, ' "ln,i iiu Mdwlnal lule w is "The Isle of lope. Ilul to point to il cMsteiii e jj l( go ' Is to yuulifv the preselil conflict a Hiniamm V Taylor, L I. IV. was an inent Initrnalist, aiitmit. puei aim turer as well as a war eorreBpond- m'. ..... li. .t. ..r l.T , nu n , ,, ! ' There are heal C Uriggs Ki Ca. ..I Chicago, pub-1 . I . iim un Iii. me and sit at eu -e Ind gU-I sniioiiei n one iiuui iwnmu- 'And hold III! kill upoll till Knees miii ine year in ine sneiii no ' And biuk nut at mv garden pun collie and tbcv go I An.l I nlenle I Willi mv lot, I Oh the rtver'a braggi with Ita ebb uml j , ,.nl, in a pjeturt show its I low i i ., I . nervous when 1 go iitniign i ne eneoow The American glared and then dropped bit cigar. ! The beatowal of honor! followed the anthem. Tin emperor gave iron FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS For Rheumatism. Stomach Trot blea, K ninny Allmenta, Inflnmnu tlona, Arterial Hardening, Loco motor Ataxia, Nervous Breaking, etc. Perfect Treatment, Perfect Climate, Health, Pleaeiire, Idmtt Modern Hotel. Booklet. t. 0. afoDKRMOTI, r'aywoisl ' at Hill i w hatever its atrengt h line sense uf form. i mil at, can be said of between Qermani an betwi Tine Where the Al . AM. ..... i .1 inn e s a i n , al . II j And a song chime, ! And the Juni Ing. playtngi titled ivnnmv Which stirs me up and get) Na murder Is upon mv tool, I'm world ilnminlon's not t twee I as n v expel With the roses are stray- is the it I hen Th.i. ire nrowt Of ms of snow - f di tat Knglish language Well cad Qretk and Latin ed a invidious by those who am pn w inks, reproi er of T one of his best known poems. but There am trinket uml ll-'hed some of hi "The Isle of Long Ago," reproduced in vour pap. I as The Rivet of lime Thr r ,....,,,, A , . .. - niuiiiiiy aineo" P luted Ml. M ....... .. 1 1...., 1 1 1,.. 1 "' '" v' r Ifullv as Mommsen political stu. k of Tkeodort Rooaevelt proud thai the Wat CjUOted so luw as BOW, and tha ',. . . . lain, stall tin tit may He lliaile Ol learlv The mi force i lermgnt hod tfctCh nf his life and Work is a rt if gntofcll ai .ad in the Ctmimjsml Unit 1 am in pnssesslon ut a copy i referred lo. and In simple ; , w ithoiit siring. pt. and d m the stiu k of William that then- culture I Teutonic wind- ly, aa tht) do that Hull race is Tin tonic purely, I III IS II II I CI I l S ' Tht win.) "Mtelleotual" i now bt- An undertaker m N a 1 1 Ml a in, pi. mil Unit the I glbly he failed Iii get the Jul lug the I 1 1 1 1 moose. de of literary accural t . Very alncefeiy jrourt. MRS W ILL XL Tl PTCN. S ( 'ne v 1 a lor I poem: nu i Hi,l i i.oi. (.. i ih' a wonderful stream Is the river of Time. As it glides through the realm ot tear., With a boundless sweep and n surge ' sublime es opprobrium among llterarj orl-J JWtth a faultleaa rhythm and a mual- I, tt in rectal review th unl Itusslan prim e who ha arrived ralehlnm ng of John ilalswutlhv an i;ngll.hin Amu,.,, m UU) supplie uy Ih.yrhat blends with Ihe ocean of years. aba ..f lilm mm hav in, . will Wul tuav last fol iigllleell Veals. He' , rtnc apaoaa i mm on,inK .ni JHnw the winters are drifllng iikc en playi "f a certain hopeleet i l R cheerlul oplluuxt to have tun- flakes of snow: . in i . I e r a I luti 1 ii ' ug nroung muse. And the summers iikc nuns net Menu .. ... I An, i .In vein in the sheaf so they . . n s : . m il, i.,,.i A Kansas woman Is running tor the . ' I There are hands Ihat are WtVtl that fairy shore By tha mirage is lifted in nir I And we sometimes heat Ibrnul turbulent roar 'Sweet voices we heard in dayi I would not trade my state e Willi any one nf ruy.il kind. i v., hbirnl nf infants stains mv hands j have invaded no ones lamC 1 Wottd nut tf '.ile mv old felt hnl "n!Fnr all the iaiis am) helmets that I Are worn in any , ritzy realm I Thill seeks tfl slav and nverwhelni. 0 i einid braid ami clanking aaberi punk To me are merely useless junk. 811 TR1 M n i hi MAGNET " hair I t Huston Ti anscrlpt . i Nn influence of any form ot attrae- 1 thatjiifri nn Sgbl had ever been noticed! : until about twenty yenrs ago. when,! '' Ztemun showi d that a powerful tnag i burptPt visihly altered tht position of ccr- tain lines iii the spectrum Now " neg of I appears llkelv that gravilalion has a I aim liar, though not the same, effect, wear, I , v .,,,,,,( sln M, , . ,,,, the sped nil Inns jexcrting a broadening effect, while 1 from Uravltatlon thtfta them ail alike in one direction FOr instance, In the jsular Ipectrum, whose rays al their ih lhe()rHin gawt passed through the pow lerful fiald of gravity in the sun's v, i gone i I'lniiy, all the Inn s appear shifted to- SZZJSrrrTit jftaS. i ' i . taaTvt jj i ih! remembered for blessed isle: lie das of life -ti when evening c beautiful smile aye be thai ! i ell. in." and hi nf what In ill- Ml and ibex gt teal." A writer In a recent lau. of the i I t ni i, M uithly' undertook to show t hat Shakd.).. at . xxa an "Inlellc tuui," founding in contention on the i a i pet i on tempt uooe nm i xx hu h e great r," 'f band refuaea to upport her. ProBgj Ml there will 1 11 OH he a new huabundl sheet si ri iiim: iv in. i. (Nexv York Kvcning Pott.) M Hrlantchanlnov. an Intimate friend of Set ialniie, telegraphed the news nf the , otoooser's death to a And our eves are cloKing in aiiiiiinrr i (rivnd Kngland. He stated that gWhlll Scrinbtne died of the flkatMl of the May that greenwood Ol toil bt in o, from which he was suffering when atgoii -lias am laxnu , Kngland last v.ar. and that he hn l ! ; .iusi finished the "Wonderful poetical .... . an. leXI of the prologue lo bis M I s with aciMorn ana raste iters 1 ... , ; terrible pain iust before his death he I j tJAINT )l.i Tiws. clenched bia handa and his last wordt! I (Letter in Sprtngtteld, Mass, Kipub-1 weTe "I must be self possessed, llk Mean i I I'.ngllshnn'n. ' f Portamodth is the qualntttl of old- faahloned town ..w n itts nt l-'.-! W.UTK l' UUU IN RU.1W. MOTHGRJ) Account wKea I as Practical Suggestion People who are paying their bills in currency will do well to consider the advantages of pay ing by check. lis Safety, Con venience and Economy are im porlanl factor that work to your advantage. Checking ac counts solicited. State National Hank Utiiied Stales Depository Santa Fc Railway Depository at, lb. ii use III wMot "Inlell. at net I ' is applied tl from Ihe loeiinlna of III ertttC leg.n.lnig the work ot ialswoi thy. Km are can Irardly eogceta KI aki -spenre not delighting la aotnpaaj ot men wha oompoae his Where ihe ...if, i st of airs are plaxltu: i ami n x.-ij bub p.... . . u mii niw lm-- , .. ii , . .....I .. Ir.nO.'the air nf the cmhlii iilh ccmiifv in sword until the light ,,f Mexico to " ' 'jj'' " ol(, nilllHPll ,,,, ,, inemiu ie maintain d, snider ami anarchy In ,,, S1VI1H M uw,.rt gg a veaper I mid oddly-named streets, sin h a ,.,..guil,d hx the cixill.ed nation df I hlme Col nwallls. Islmgmn, W'x bird, the La- ie .lanes with the lose areiiaxeiie i i anil im . ,,, no I.,,, awa ,,.,. No Wylurd has bm n seen there for a i century and tnit never will aheathe aid '.iiKllMh nf the Ihe W hatever I'epreh nalhle thing t done in Heuigia there ia not a all In Ihe gaUOg in a pOaittoa tn cast Itona at her. "mob." Had it I en idherwiee Im tould not have gixeu ad much lime lo tiiihil, a uu mil1", auiu.iia U..- Daly smile at the Aur.irian and the vnl. alio, but she must face C. fl0 Mlssoiui mule recently pur- I And xv. bury our treasure there u i i ., ...u.. of l...untv a ml bos oms uf snow There are heaps nf dust but we lovo them so There tire tiluketa and tress, s of hair. There are fragments nohodr sings if Igs that half, uml the Engllah- mea vlalltng there would ask. W hat is a W'yhird "" as in Philadelphia he imiulred, "What la a Uiddle'.'" It woe never a bird, but the Knglish name uf a family Hike i'utt. PgnhallOW or Barefoot), which settled then- before 1700. and disappeared ln Ihe eight eenth centurj with the royal govern ora ami the llittlsh flag. Baetet, which I visile, Saturday, has a good hali of old . olollisl houses, but I'm tanmull (Atchison tllobe. I ln Kansas and the middle west, a pttbllc road i four rod, or sixty-six feet xvide. by decree nf the guxern gienl sum ex . The makers of macad am for stile roads rarely pretend W tin tlil roads mole than eighteen feet wide A farm wagon is four feet eight in. Ins wide from wheel to wheel. Add one foot for hubfl. and till three such vehicles ran be placed abrcnl in the eighteen-foot road ln the four-nnl government high-j way. ten wagons could lie set side bj 1 side ill single rank. It sounds ex- it:, v igant. and it is. Kach mile of government roadway contains eight in res of bind. Miuh of K Is perfect ly good land, capable of growing .".nu t-niing with them," bushels of corn to the mile Counting Glass-Paint Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Company 42.1 NORTH FIRST ST It F FT LUMBER i