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Twd i ' II iilorning journal i 1umim4 .r xta JOURNAL "PUBLISHING CO. A X-'fll HMjS , i. i !u ai.i i-n r k N d.ilUHN I le , , I'rll"l )i.itr, Hnnlcr I 'i'-"' our I ..! k4.l.f . at Mil HMIV, Mat rs aril tUJlH. t kir IU. FmImi Heeri til. Mil I N K. mli H.AI, i I'artt Kir. lark. ft -t.,ffi. f Aii.nifq, V M, ntlr A't f t'..lf.it Mitch I. )". U'rT -irsi iiM' ti. mr o,kr In .s.w Mtlro Tin ou t pRr la Hi; .4 i-uj every dar la t rear. TKMMS or M JIHCHIPTION fHHr l crrir tr ina. on tnuntb. Ndliri; TO M'B'VKIHbR rst.ierii.er lo lh Jiunun b wTlitni I . h Ui.ir wra- rt.nd to Be ! a. e instrt I lut lo ,' th (t k4trM ' Hie M .mine Journal tim blLW eurii- lll(..l ;.. Ihn 1 r-'4(lt4 to an utl.er iLr is in" Tht Amerl.sn ,-.. .meer l:rn)f. 'PHK Jct'ltNAI. lakri and print I sixty hour and thirty minutes of exclusive Associated Press Ifiwn ir iwtvir etuh week. No other newspaper published In Ntw MaJlco lukMi more than twenty-four hour of AKociatfd l"r ttrvlct during tli week. .....At'Ot'HT 4, !!U a Mitrvii on a Tii.unmr In rjiite of Mr. Hearst and In iitr .f it, I'niK'd Hates aenatt, the I .h million, lea went through with Ihiinn just they liftd originally planned, and hamted Kir Itoirer Case in.rii. The t.mk md Million of the ii..rinl mun got him riotlilnir mote than n little longer time than was til lowed the men who wera uaawiated mill him III the Ill-fated Irish rebel lli.n and who hnve already paid the penally of their Uvea fr their an mi teal fur lh cam if ft fret Ireland. ir rioter H I retiiemhered hi a ni.irtyr or a traitor, according t" the vie tluit rtiny be hild if the light uilsrifM of the rauaa for tthlih h Joitlttit and died. That he; Win r.iit a de!!!r.a'.8 v!!!'n l gMierall rotuedd, even hy thOMi who believe till rifCtitlcn JURt. That he eerclned lainciifutle jud(iiieiit in hi inethol aiid In the. lima of pulling Ma pluns In operation tlieie will I none te. ileiif It wa only nnlur.il that the tin ha ty fiite Ihut ovt-rtook him should linve eitrititj wld' "(iread 'tyniiathy on both Milt- of the AtlnntK'. The fueling that 'il errors were more of th hi-.id than the hemt wna general, and th argunient tlmt hln lnt brilliant rvlrea In helmlf of hi roimtry ahould have been ullnwrd to mlllgl Ihe verlly of hia iiinlsliiiifnt m udvaioed. not without for and nluimlliillly. by hia adhereiitx. And yet. there. I anotliir aide to the itnellon. A'Morilliig to the law and the tivldeneo ini'b'i tthiih he m tried, thue wb no doiilit if t'uHe-liu-lit e RUilt of III churKe tnadn haailiKt tilm. Ili nbordlioitea. ho were tried liiimoll;.tly after Ihe col- !n.-. if Ihe HO-iullt-d Jilhli rebellion weia given i.hoit Mhlfi. The allowed them to prepare for eteinitvi 1 " was limited to u vety few days, audi The next tlunc now is for some "llnee yaids of cold nntl tt allding bodv to notitv I'lesnleiit Wilson that boattl" w is thi lr poition. j he has been iiomlnuled for piesldent. Nil plotest Willi up from Mr I lleaist oi the t imed sttates senate in behalf of those men, though there Is no icisoii to doubt that liny win Just us well-meaning. Just lis sinccie and Just as honest its Sir linker Case ment What would have been thought of llrilish Justice or rather aih.it ihoiild hue been thought of II If, utlei haiir.inii his obstuie lollowcra with ho little cen moiiv, ( Ii nieiiey had I ' i n extended the t.thd f'HMinent who was the head of the movement In which thev p.ittnl palnl .' If Iheie t ,o be no el ntiient theie liiiil be some st, i, id. ud of loValty lo otgaul.'td uuthorlty some recOKiiic ed punishment for treason. The mel i.iH liolv f.ite of sir Itoger i'a.M inent may well excite e m oi t h V. but it should not blind us to the logic of bo. er.se Am Olber result (hill, that which followed his trial and iOiin ll.ili Would have been entirely (Oil (if kcrpin k.!h the hi; it ,ll i (till ,a- of Ju l' li l.. I pi o. i dm e We a i e now In I oi me, I that the pt n e of ifopot, ed .-..hues is lo go op still blither, but so Iouk as the Hoik of ih, mi Kile leather does tint ko down we .hi. old w-iiy Tilt: It Ml lli Mltlkl'. As h: yd, (rally the count of the vol' load unions which n lint- h".' s, mi far as been epei ted. of t lie four l lil- now iii progress it has rone, an m il w 'i, ImpiK muj'iiitv III f.ivo 1 1 petal strike on m-arly nil th of a rni ri iolti of the Chile. I Slates. T he iiini"ii.ii has a'( n made thai llle Htllte ole dots 111 it lie, esSSTllV mean that a strike will take pla, e, Mul that the action thai Is now l-elug lain II will be held as a Weapon by the elol lot.s lo tone pc:iieuh!e com-pliutl.-e by the iinlioads with tht ir I. man. Is That is a it n tl.-iitier O n ad on wl.i.'h to hann hopt s of In liiistn il pcuce. I. v a r v , lung iinlu .il.-s that the unions ine.tu exactly what liny s.iv and lint unless the ngh' totir day w,th ten hour pay is giant- lil lo them they will pat ITlio tor r , tinted routes has ever l.nnwn. I Il Is leportttl that art mu, tsii .,n n rffi-i.Os ;.nd 1 atb rs in tongtess aiej w-alt Iuiik the silualion t.ilefaip atal' thill OS SOOII as the filial resell (if the tHike ole Is known, if it is shown to lie in favor of u sir ke, at io n ll be tken in Ihe hope of bringing 'iibout art , eienth-hour 'olntlon of the iiltiultiei! preeented anil pre venting the rhnon lht is eiire to fol low the culling of a atrike. Thm , only hfliural, but. what nn Die ad- miniMrat.on oftlcialu and the edi-ra in i on;rea do? There tea no l.i lo i ompel thej emolove to aibitiHie. and thev havoi Imiile it cle.ir in the most ernphdtu manner that Ihey do not piopoM- to i tblliate. The mai hlneiv for rftei P' lu eful Keti leim ril of laboi n i i I i pri id d bv Ihe I r i 1 1 1 1 1 ot, 'oil there i noihinr to inmoel a tfM.rt lo that iii!h timet v. It in lln ie if tht part lea to ihe ilicpute aiit it, Mil thev ale peilectlv "t libett) to h.ve it nlone If they iln not mint It. The outlook In anythinv hot reus eiiiini;. Iicti-rminatlon li evident nl the pail of both the rmlrorula and tlo men. Neither aide hi.a ahown any Hiun of weukening m 'be eland taki-n. A .! in 1 1 1 a irionntimA lh lllllitie. tthirli la to be the great Miffeter fiom I the terrible ronditiona that will fol low, apparently 1k Interested in the mutter nnlv In a casual and detfohed way." The riwakehinij flmfwill fol low when a airike li'tually i-omea Willi be momeihintr niote e.ooly iriiiitined than described. Ir Aked alionld hnve atuek to the Ford peace commission n little longer. W hat Henry doesn t know about put. licit) Un t In the hooka. IUV li).Vi IT Will. I.T. 'The war will last 'unlil lh" people take the matter out of the h inds of their governinenta and end it. "Another e.ir of the war ill cost In lives and money 'ihe haine us usual.' The condition of the four pi.ntl pal 14-lligereiitft. 111 to men and means of I'otitliiuing the war at the end of another year will tie in her in i" doni, poorer in noods.' " In these words Jerome K. Jerome, the noted I;iiulish humorist, inves hi" uner to the (iieslion. "How onl! will the war lant ?' And Jerome tun given the most satrfcf tory answer, if riot the only I tutu,- approaching n satisfactory answer to that frequently asked ijiietinn that has uppiured t pr.nt. The people .f the belligerent iia tlons ate In a nehse responsible for Ihe war, for whllei they were not 1011 aulted when It ( aloe to wapiti ". they ale reeponalble for the govrrii meiits that made. It possiblu lor the War to be ueil Jl.nlriK t-"1 "I1 governmcnls under whiih aih n ca lamity Is possible, they must stand the (inse'ineni es until they thi in aelves l:fke -oa'.lets I'lto.tbeir own hands and hrinu the Khiualiter lo mi end. 'The blood of man," said rdniund I'.iiike, "ehonhl never be Mit'd but to ledeem the blood of man. It Is well elii-d lor our fmiiilv, for our fnends, for our Hod, for our rountiy, for our kind. The lest is vanl'v, the rest is i rime. And yet. millions of m n In I'.n rope have placed It In the power of Hons and czars and emperors to she.) Ihe blond of man for considerations that have In them nothing: of these elements It Is useless to talk of the nd of the war of the prevention of war In future so long us this condl- tlme'Hon continues to exist, lilt Will he belli e il Tin: rni.siin Ts M M. In declining lo rcicile from Ins po sition on the tiiesiion of Icimhk the woman siilfr me issue to the 1 1 1 f rent states In piefcieme to ihe ndoptinn of ii const It iitituial aim ndmi nt cx ti ndmi; the b.illot in women, l'rcsi dent W ilson look the only stand that he could with diKinty ,ike. Ilatl he al lowed himself ,D be stampeded on the subject li would li.nr made himself lidltuioiis, Just us his opponent hits come near doing by tikice, a more advanced position on the suKruRe question than th.it advo. ated bv his 'pally platform. Mr. Wilson will hear tt said bv the cant. inkei mis leaders of ibe sutfrnKi, movement that all the states where women "te will '' avi.un-it him on account of his ii-fiisul to lecetle lioin a position to will, b I, a- has i Olislstelllly iidliiit'd Mm i the matte,- was fits! bioiiiiht up to him. The Journal Io dises to l.lieve that these tlueals ale Histiiied IteK.i t dlesH of the merits of the suffrage issue, it is InoomrlV llhlo thiii w.'llieli who ate lltivv entitled to vote should cniiM.br it thru duty I to ( id tiMtle all ell,, i pi'lttit.il issui s the purpose of .Itlent, melt lv In i n them in the w women sliioihl bi I'lillishilli; the' apse h v that (hlt'cisj it 1 ft use l . I, III. I to sa I'll b. vote c e he., I't-.l that the bliiiK the It !H tiol l"0 llltli b w on. i n w hu li., e h threat of hi mlnne fl.lge Miles mir II ot the ads r 'i a ap, ai lull,; Sllf- tbe , ...t less. Klttl.lt. peh, I. ligagii'.g kmail I l.f ai M.i Can il loi'luv 1 Piemen , that c ,11 the p'a.n K Clue a lilt tic With Scissor and Paste (( IN I, NT SUM I Till Nl., .Ol N(, MN. i Popular Sci.-n.-r I I In, at e i ; 1 1 i It v s laiiioiis HtllUOtli- tloll lo am bp lolls vouth to "tj., west vouns mail.' luighi be model in e, bv ! I '(io iiiveni sum. thing, vouiig m:in, t oiie tan juiIk b liie lirt.ii nnmoer of patents issue, lo lnencs wlKljlbelip IpeC'tiils Of .Viae' cave i lion ai i I tint imag. liable Thtie is a heat Sl'l.pb-s! I hints r Ihe pa r lor lamp w hi. li is a nipple alia, briieut ! bv IlilSlls (,f will, Il t tie iall.p It I V I s offl a maximum amount of beat Thus the' coal bill Is nii d Theie ts a spoon win. h can't sbp In other w.rtts, n is pi,,..b, wnli tetlh Ol M-llale, edges llhitll pTlVell, II from ulippirit down lite edate of I pan or dih mid leronniiK iinmcl .-."i I 'i'v Um f ml r (reap uv I-. cf - I o j In the contents l.i .iik some ..f the pi - sent cii er A western youna in. in louldn't nf I inM.-il''. i.. I ..I . i 1. .. f .1 1 .1 I, i ! i. I 11111 ;ru aiMWiiminie, -n in- ii."h ... i IblcW'le. with an iiniotimt.il-. -teeiini:! wheel, lie finds tliai it miiiti - :i mi". convenient method of Mt'nii- lban the old hiiiitllehats and when the k" Ing isn't' too hind it Is casv fm him tom imagine he is riding m an auto niMille. ' A Kansas City man weaned of the tqJhpit k mid Us bad reputation. II. invi liteil an Inst I u men t which has a strand I hie. nit d and spaiinim; a por t,0 of the insti iiinent lor insertion lettteeri the teeth In this way h" .ve his teeth and foigets the d.n- tint. I heie ts li bur gl , I pi oof iewell V stote wlll'luw In whuh a st-cl i in lam falls fiom top lo bottom the tin-no nt t.he eliifs s broken. No matter how (lUh k the thief may he to thrust In -ftiVtd III "'he window afier tin kl iss is broken this ciittain will heat hnu to; it. Till) wins strung ni;.iii:si lhc klass on the insltle of Ihe window nrej l.everetl wtieli the gias-. is bl"k.n., These wiles, ol aliv one of tin in Willi release the curtain the lii'-tant thfl v indow is broken. ! I'ntil iu.'iitois hii'itil iheiiisi Ives, to burn coal dust or culm, ihe lalgi ; coal companies bine lor m;iis ,on-j . . i sitlereit lhis lo be a itead h-s. Tinl.iv , Invenlois have limit ,1 the labhs nndiWi IlicolllOtHes and steam-hip-, ale UMllui coal dust With great silt cos. Tin'1 It i Ollibllst Ion of a "spl.iv' of i oal tlusl I I i't I loull Into the 111. lux bv ii hi. isl o! , it w air is vetv nctilv pcii.it. elimiicit iic. m.iv he t lad smoke, iiiitleis and liinii; lo.d-. I imporiinn e pie-ent high ten.pt tat , lie is obtained, iieti- giiiiii ;s I H li in i oa i.ll, no Itlic Ibe ash vvbl.ll run. itoWlllll s 'I lie-. .IK- LOW he walls i if the f 'it -box. and w liich i ; i.lsllv disposed of. The use of lM-. device, .so slllillar to ol 11.11 1 lit i s whelei a lei of oii is blow ii il stiiiiin of air or i xpet iineiit.il singe. in tin ii in. .ill l Willi past the I III (I I PK I'ercht d upon an oi ! e si adding (iguit's. Wit ii t lilt gone hi in behind his e.u Peep in liabilities goo,, : ent t V, So tie w .i k i d f nun v ca t ' "I, i ml ..lib! I I iiligent and tan Willi (.gun i liven .- oul and mid pt r -Itoiiniici! tc. tit" t tttn'1, and i Soberly bis mm inl h. it f P 1 , 1 X. Ins p. n has , . ,1 limit ' w s i . t , 1 1; i 1 1 -. I fiom ml, tg I i, ,mt ami, inn ( 'lad in s,i,i, n cjiakl gun in "I s lit , o , t ' 1 - II. i in i ii 1'1,'H. li II M 1'itlini MITlls ( Mo!.ilPiiglc.il A'lioiiii Ibe so , ns ihe most mi, M lr COMMON. I ML'II tli.d ' I . s, l,.. nut ) . no t lie those whose cum tc a lids at w li. ,sc ; ,s ,,f obt a ; ! t ompeunils '' v i I wolds ibeai, mtit' id br, n wrrst 1 cut pa mil. its fiom these pounds. Ammo: the- be! t 11 mill. tll:. Il I . i pound in t he g..n, , n i. buinia ti I i ;i s a ii, : I' i Miigpei-Uitti is ani'h b.is ,'t l b. i o niii'lf abundant but In- ll on, lb, si igb In otb. I b ,t e not v ct etr o tills" 1 he btlll'lal.l t oin I a 1 1 i ii it'll ,S raid I.i 'la s a cum - but mot. . ,1 ben I il w hi, b ! ,r s 7-.I not e.pe- . ah iii'il t.l lllMlll.l. t ! i .. n m a ted scale in Has , u n 1 1 v , hi t ill lit I III- Mill I t'llt'TS I si i on! nun. I ... i -uin, J , i or. til nil, .IU and t iconicm A in in In u t,i in lo s. .i,l I pound I ..!.. v it si its , I iim iionu.ib'. :s iiaali io I In. Ill , Si..s.l!.l la Is The n! i on unb, . lh.-, example in p. fun I hi ; T : a most a'airdn., ati-l ill P.. t III e V , I vi I :o,n as a , hi 'inr.i eapts, n nrio-nv ii pltsel't I" pi i. e for of le t t a P is i 1 1 'in an ttu in pel pound is . due aino to t! :tn ebs tr.tt t At gte-.i ft Use -s.ble hem that Ihe von..! K vriiri.il. ou ol AS VILLVSEES It kfl'V rxr$. '-Pi li sS I l.ssoM I oil I'tMs I M out gomer . Ad', w i:iti us I t IST. I It-tier from s an nnmaiul s us tt illd I clan s that street on a j WV are ln ice. I.t of a loci 1 t it 1cll W ho I i l l'' t p. 1 icllce, iillil I't s. . i I' bllil ill Ills trouble. Hi i be w as mling dow n i in t la, clc. Suibleiily b I ' i l aw led a rni his b". found hniisell biuisiii. lie lookt il up in mi M-e ,n:it a woni- worn- hi in i him. lie . to I the bit .(. run no i ii KOIII' .II" iiiitl 11 111 I I. 1.1 III' that nor docs not cart the loss ol the c ),,. doe, in ir bv a I. Mile. Pot lit III- pan's kn li- .-a - I 1 a lid Wall's 1 k.i object lo being j Ida M. Harsch. Ft auk Harsch, liree dv, if il gives Iki I lev, Culo.; Mr. and Mrs. tieorge 11. dots ub." l to hav-j Fletcher anil daughter. Ho.sWell. Miss .kid off and torn Margery House, Pint Worth. Ti-x.; o lontined to his Ceorgui Watson, Inirant, nkla.; K. e Advertiser lo usk i l.i, spruill. labia K. Morgan, Pueblo. - to i n illr hnn toColo. : li. P. Caldwell. H.iinlel, X. Ca.; in. He secii's to.. Mrs. M Watson. Iuitant. nkla.; Aino li that his breeches j K. Penpold and wife, Alhimnerfiiie: I James j. Ford. Ml . and Mis. P. J. s- mpiitliy with the j Y, Neel. P. J McNeid. Jr.. Penver. I.ave ln'i'll wotse j . I'p. for a pa.r ill pall VI in HI loch ..i; 1 I'M III i' I'll II. .1' ttele h!,'" kt .1 olf W c colli. -ss oil, man, but n ' "ill' Th- jll-I illlt' no i 1 1 ti i i n t t ii i inn-i I in es disai i.ii I Hie lildv bat. lil ltM Y in i .i is i riiopi.s I Mill. aiindi i s in Fniiinei'i mti i.im P. M a i.'.t'llle. ) is hi . ii said that '.he i Jet'tuan vent thio'igh lit Igiiini because Il the sliott.'M way to Pans. Ih,s;ihi reiison ol more itself in thill licl - noil and factor - used for the ben-, t I n ol 'Oil el might have ln'i-n li.-cd to -ipplv mil llili" Most ol the Hlons to tier ene- mineral wealth of Fiance da I It s, till 111. if Flclicll . laid ml th III I orlhrt n litiii'i- ilC The Sam ml usl l ies '..ill. la Is I li 11 III oil lyjinid ihe l.uges, lion deposits of Kus j m.i nil- :u the lionet, basin, which bold.!- oil Poland. Herman ii'li-onc-ls ban, Iheiclore. been directed to idaces where mines and lactones I tie p.. ale.l I he pla .11 lutein of this I l., nig to iitilie th.se resoiil 'cs oui - I and to be in a position on th lug w . cl.n.iiiuti of peace to leiiiin some Id upon them. Win li the war broke out. Cn-r- ' m.inv s capac 1 . . , .i.i I to t hat ' a ud iml ust i it i Intel ior one. I t Ins i Tflic t ' ail the iiilit s. tv m .f lh, coal allle: was pet naps. nut in ii on - her position was 111 Tod. i her position i stronger than that ol i Notes of Interest From State Museum rcik coMioitit(l to owin jouvi Santa IV. Aug. 3.- The .MilSeUm I' - I i a l v t otb. v I, eiv, , a set ol ine pun- lions ol l o- r.iii-Aiio ru an i uion. the Pa ii - A no rican I 'ni in, ln,b , I an illusi i iited monograph Ion toll ol ihe Spanish-. Xiiu-i it an j conni i us, btuiight up to date unit! lining a von. graphic picture or toe ! r"i-w t Ii and "pioi it ss ,, South Hint iCePiial Amciica. ft is a significant i k.gu ol Hit tunes, that ptat In ally i v is j el v ' ol linpoi t.ince in these t ouii - i'.s museum and its alt gal- , 1 1 a s 1 If l . I Mi . t rvb' P. I , al.l , hf ! IS. s l.u.inoi Johnson arrived ves v I coin New Yolk City and C oilMt'd iioiii .-ottlli Pasadena. , lo join the summer licit! I at the Pli'.e. M. Chapman of the niusfiini staff ieti.ir. il vest, rdav from Pecos J,tt per' where be wtllt OV . r solllc. Of I V ' "'t- i ..nis.1 lev 1 1 mis w,ih 1 1 r . A. V. Kidder who dii- to h'lt on 'he evening train lor Santa v , I.-, - I il. it ! ai.i '".if. i'ii SatuitlaV. Mr. land Mis i ' h : i.,n. tir!os Yieria and 'ies ;i n - ! pos ilv -oi'ial othtrs will iiiitinl- Mi I ..nl. Snimtf-r to the ll'to I -i to ctuiiinue t he st mtv tie los I-I ,,. ..f the v e fics. ,h's and jtaintiiis's ihe Springer expedition t! ts. ov ere. I la a veil. 1st- A ':es has sent the mu- ti-'lit! il s I of phot ogl itphs of the upper Pi t t-s oonntn. cspeciallv III th, viciiutv of ihe Mountain li w lain II " nAi ti'M MM I , i ti'T ihe. .t linger, stat ion .on , the Pan t hiiclla. know n as the s iliterlaiid " America. The following registered at the mu seum: II. I". liobiiison, I'. T. Ilsn nock. All.uiiier'iie. p. J McNeal nnd I. innp, Han Antonio. Tex ; Mrs. K. II. Huniphity and .-on. I.awton, (ikia : D. D. I'mlev. Wellington, Kan.; H H. iioo'h, flat emore, nklu.; C. I'. I)or- land. South Pasadena, Calif.; II. I! j Aiikeny, Counollsville, I'ii.; Charles h patler, lunvti; Pent Fallow, ni uuoin. in.. .Mrs. Mann iiio. k. v ii i juiiln. I nil over irinlii Itroek. I'.oswell, Mrs. 11 .1, fceiil i ly, i:leanor Scull.., Jicnver; Stella li,.,,l ,u I', o.l. In W I' llooilick ! ii. nver; Mi. and Mrs. W. W. Harsch, iRA wq uaup nnwp r,nnn IN CHAVES COUNTY j ! la.ari.s c. i Uosw ell N". M., Au. 3 Although ; w ii I, h hav e fallen m the lavs have not been general ("Vetetl a laige pottion uf . j t lie 1 a ins j last thiee i thev have lunge counirv ,'illtl iiave tempol-. j arilv relieved conditions in the meat-, icr part of the muntv. Heavy lams j have fallen lo 'he east, south and wi.s, of Koswtll within the past three j days and in .-oin- places ram has fal- : ),.,, eilt',1 ol Ihe tlll'Pe (la s. 1 !)' , eastei n pull "f the countv is Saul to i have re.eived the greatest benefit now held i' 'heie the nuns extended from l.ov is true ofllugion almost 10 the north line uf the toiintv. and enough water fell to Poland in '"ill soak the ground t ho, otighly. I Cattlemen say that while enntli-j turns are no, the best on the lunge' because of the long itintinucd drouth the .situation is not really st i ions as Ve, Many of thelll were planninc to I m,,v,, jhcir sto, k to other ranges when the recent lain, came and thev - sav that this will he a tremendous t( ,,,em. j While the lambs are not in as good condition as thev were last year. !.,.,, ,,. s,,y ,1,,. ' not losing! ill out h and anniv on in count of the 1 thev" believe that the winter t he sto, k w ill go i n good condition. I ! mi. Willi. the rains have been spotted j iv it will make glass in places i I . thev nnd lias filled water hoe on hie t hem to niov e their wn it'll wan sto. k more easily. Several carloads of old ewes and I. unhs have been shipped to market fimu Ihe farms within the pas, two (weeks. The pustules m the farming j Ise.luins were getlnm short and lis I jciiuse of Ihe hjgh pine of alfalfa ha.v j ,uv. ,,,,, f,,rmeis decided to take smaller rtiufit on their sheep ami sa I he hav for w inter feeding. ALAM0G0RD0 REAL ESTATE IS ACTIVE Alainogmdo. X. M . Aug. ".--A nuinbcr o it-ill est. tie deals have bet n i m. nit in A la mogul do within the past' t' vv da.vs ami more arc hem;, nego- tiatttl. Kent houses are s. alee and, the real estate men say that all evl-i donees point to the tact that there; will not le enough houses hero this, fall io take t itle of all the people w ho I will m"ve to Al.iniogordo fiom other parts of the county in older to place then children in st hool. The proposed opening of the saw mills have brought a iiuiuls'r of la borers who expect to get wmk when the niilis arc in operation. The most of these people have sn tired homes hut there ai,- not enough houses available tor those who are vet ,o come, nunc of whom already have emplov irent. There are siill a few- vacant store buddings hut some of the-.e are chaligins ovvnels and business build- UiHFvr f ;iDidt, Exerpis-jor Death! ,HJ, r.-'.V-i ftV.i'' bought ihe li.'A V Au'cminentniiilecaliuithorilywiii,,. J XlortioUaL.. on Tenth street and,, hat most of r.,,r , it y folkr .die of , , all move hii fan,.! into town f.o.n his r-Kh b the time school OpeUS. . J. ).. in r,. towav house on .Aiiauis t."- - . Teinb stieei across from ine pU bllf .i.i ,,,,1 wdl move Ins s. nolil iM.ieJ..'. -- ..,,, U,W into It. W. ' M"'ul.y h, U,e vV. A. Hi nt pla. on .Ninth etteef ai .1 ii .1 Ph. I i. la a . nue atul win ' "c. Itj 1 i !.tltilv. h p,,,,,. biiuuht the Frible.v l,.,,l: on ,ew V..IK IIVell.10 heiee ,u'h and Tenth h- urn! move his meat mat kel into It as soon a il is leinodeled. The bmldiriK hae be, n u ed fur a meat market for s. - elal V e.i . . . . . . . ..n ml PtThULhUIVl UUmr Al. I Muful enemy of uric ucid. whirl, o. TO DRILL AT ONCEi JJ:, ST:X - - I ,i, e mart potent than litlnu :in, ki. o,'cs 'o oai jouasLt . . .. il V M 1 in. ". Tliel l iS , I v, .. .i . - . .1 Ill 11,11. I, 1," III llltei es-, ,n , hi- ... the New Mexico feU'diulll and 1 o"1 leelo,IIien, , ompuliv. wh.ch has re . emlv fib d articles of in, oi'.oiati"li. Ii is believed here that the lirst tests to be made bv this company will be north of I'.oswell and that for a tune at Past Iloswell will be the base of opi rations. Already dnllirg iu- i ' . . ..i. .. i .. i, . i lies nave I. een oroeie.l siiiiieu ...., it Is understood preliininarv work Halted iinMiid providiiii; water fot (he work The water veils will he drilled at (.nee, so ihut the tests fori Oil may be started as soon as the . 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 j nun hinerv arrive. "it is one of the nijixe! and best . rV'VJ': (!K,1 fZcnv. modi-rate ix vorn wftaxd aitlson. who has alajs insisted that , some it II V (Ml WOIIll.1 lie Itiillitl III no (iniiiiiities in eastern -New .M.-xioc uuu llostt le would become the renter off a new oil field. "The company is now j blood, the livrr becomes aiuggisn, lat settniL,' reath a shipment of tun ks. (accumulates nnd the action of many ti.nl.-is and 'dtillmg rlus. and will ;of the vital organs are hindered there, lomiii.nee drilling the fust hole . hy. The heart action heecmes weak, noiiii. -t of Ii.. sw. ll. I work is an effort and the beauty of -The dt ;tl onsuinniated last ueekithA figure is destroyed, in wiin h this company leased .,i;o,iiiiti ! fat put on by Indoor life Is tin acres of land in Simla Ke. S.tn MiKucl. : healthy ar.,1 if nature is not assisted Toi raive. Lincoln anil Chaves coun- j ,n throwins it off a eerious case of ties ni'-aiis, more than the average obesity rn.iy result. pei urn te.ihzts. if oil should I - toiiiid. The contract made with the coniian (too stout, take the matter in n.ino ai x. c ts a ten per cent royalty for thc,,n,e. lion't wait until your fixurn Istiit- and if it should be found in pan;a .ii;, ntitif s i, would he one ofiruinpd through carrying around a tile itreatest revenue pioilm eis the pnrden of unsightly and unhealthy Mate has ever had. And if there is I fat. Inie this company has the re - coiir. es and :he experience to find i, ,' 'blv can in the open air; breathe deep- i lv." and pe, from P.iitt's. In-., or any Wiiiiutu rainfnllv Shut. i druKMist n box of oil of Unrein l- l"t't als ei-ii--- X M .iig . aides; take one after each meal and While makim; .." b'etl at ' h-'r' home on June before retiring at night, the wes, side M i s fontepc,,,,, Ps-I Welnh yourself every lew days and oiiin.l d,-lo,li;e,l i levolver which had-keep up the treatment until you an, been placed under the pillow, and down to normal. til of korem Is ab- ,.u, ii , ,he floor and w as I soltitely harmless, is pleasant to lake, di.s. barfed, the bullet pat,sinK through i helps the digest, n and even a few in.. wi.,;,,s I.... Mis .oi..i..l isaildays treatment has been reported to hospital. The New Banking House X"v r.'ijiidly lirannp; C''!ni.ctimi. will cnatilv In tMi'iid mtv niaU'riiil .'nlilitinus In tlif c 'int'iiiviH'f 'f niir iTistnin crs. The cxtt'iisji ins nitv lR'iii; lUin'i' wviv rcii'lcrt-il ncc tss;ny liy an inocase in iiuiniior nf itqxsitnrs ,tik1 v, ilumc nf business that have lifcn m s.t n ratify inn;. this nk t t)imi:( i n nrsiM.ss ai'kii. is. iihii Consider This Record of Growth! TOTAL RESOURCES Nov. m, mo.-, .-.i;.54.efi .Nov. in, I'.iuT .;. s .-, L' . n ft 7 . "4 Nov. fi, l!oi:l l.n.'H."41.'- X,)V. (), )H .l.(),25.54 Xnv. 1(1 S 1 , ".VvSiS Nov. 10. 1915 S2,045.277.,)7 June 30, 1916 $2,214,618.18 State National Bank Albuquerque. X. M. Corner Sei'niid Street anil Central Avenue. I'nitrd States Depositors. Sou!j Fe Roiiteay Depository ffiaufxttiA and (p Adeemed omc and Aee mOv Sip AiocL of premiums and uotitC realise ihat . it patjd ioAaw wmipoiti andJajp and Jbvhccoi. ' NEW MEXICO IIS West Central Au'tnie. l?fS35 Vrvr"" EveiInjrcfiicrii PurclyVeciaLIe B mi KTHK SOUVKl a5.3.S, If oo wert as ctrtful of tht mwiicinn yoa tmk when tick ai ?ou att aniioiii about tht due it i ttktn tot - wondtrful ddftreact in cur futurt health would retult It a vtgatabla p-oduct like S.S.t. thert U no tioltot attr rf fect ai ii touad in niaeral medicioet but a natural and tf- A ficitnt meaai of rchiD tht blood and. purifnog It, m tt it may ptrfixm ita function readily. J if nMn.nMr-aai miMrai t tt4tnl BltaHll tt CM rttO PZt' Ttr Hlcit. hittrr. Dtmtui nioa ... at ycur druggut. THt MINX 1$ TMI Afl tt it purilr Tertcable anai ti . SOUtlCI ra w-s ruT J- .,i'i Stwdavd Blood Ratatdy. Isa Swift SfeciCc C. AtltBtm, G thickening o( the Kftenea tir of ki In, v disease. The kidneys become rlotRe.i and do not filter the poisons from the blond, and one trouble follows anothei. hiiih blood pressure daman's th heart, arteiies and kidneys, I'sually it's 1la,i,er signals are hlackache. pu.ri here or thole, swollen feet or ankh s. rheumatic twinges or spots uppi-irin before the eyes. ' The very best remedy is this: p.at meat but once a day or not at ah. J'lenty of (mM'Iooi -exercise, ami diin; pule water l're,ll'ently. liefnle llii;,isi take a little anuric the treat urn- ac: 1 rieiitralizer that is easily obtained m the drua store. When you hive dlz. .ines. chilis or awefltiiifc. worry, .Ir.'IL'L'inif Ii! ains in Iiiick, try mis won- s-olves uit siiKur." a. id us hot water b I'H The Only Way??? If Too Fat Get More Fresh Air lll.lll t i: VOl II WI.M.HT. I A K I. oil of KoltlilX. Ijick of fresh air it Is paid weakens the oxyzen carrying power of the When you feel that you are ccuin? has become a joke and your healtli , spend as much time as you possl- ahow a noticeable tediK tlon m Wt-luht. UMiS . CIGAR CO. Albmjuerque. X. M. t tut MBit'' MINERAL MEUIONtS MINIUM. MUGS p3