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LAS VEGA DAILY OPTIC, FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1909 Ghe gaily (Dpttc ESTABLISHES 1879. PUBLISHED BY The Optic Publishing Company moobMiAtkhI M. M. PADGETT. EDITOR 2 Entered at the Poetofa at East Lu Veaa, fc" an aeooDd-cUuca Batter. proper employe, ar.d when it receiv ed nla approval the land was bought It cost about $10 per acre. There were too many expert on the Job. This, of course, : only an Imaginary case but nevertheless It Illustrate government methods pretty well. No wonder our national expenditures are more than our Income. One compet ent government servant under proper direction could have decided whether that ten acre tract was suitable for a nursery; or at any rate, this should be the case. The government la serv ed by too many hangers-on who are directed by too many unpractical men. It la a safe assumption that there Is not a government department that could not be more efficiently adminis tered with half ihe force it now em- $7.00 ploys. A general checklng-up and k i thorouch siftine-out should be made RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. DaUy Per Tear by Carrier Per Month by Carrier...... Per Week y Carrier .20. In other departments as well as In yveely. that of commerce and labor. One Tear $2.00' 0 1 Btx Months 1.80 IT MAKES THEM WILD A PRODIGAL GOVERNMENT It has been many days since we last 1 couched our republican lanee and en- With a large deficit staring the ( tered the lists to tilt for the terrlto government in the face and with the rial administration. During the re promise of a deficit yet to come, the gpite we have given ourselves the news that Secretary Nagel of the de- Roswell Record has become imbued partment of commerce and labor has with fresh energy and Is attacking reduced his force by ten, and has cut the party with redoubled vigor. down the wages of 100 more is wet' mISht be notel Ia a8Bttoffc , - ' that the Albuquerque Journal, the pa- cou.e ana encouraging. m er wlth varlegated editorial pol- states, jine most oiner governments, j fcT j,a8 agan gone Dack to the dem has too many third rate servants ocratic party. The Journal manage- Pi We will sella batch of LEFT-OVERS at lowered prices on the fc) 15th, 16th, and 17th. Which includes 50 pairs of W. L. Douglas Oxfords for Men, 150 ' pairs of Children's Tans, Oxfords. Ladies' Tan and Black Oxfords, Canvas goods eto. i " ' - THESE ARE REAL BARGAINS J Hedgcock's Common Sense, Shoe Store ' ' 614 Douglas Avenue. 1 . 1 i -I drawing first rate salaries. ! ment must have been afraid that the Red tape seems to be an essential proposed $100,000 real democratic to the workings of every government newspaper would do some damage end especially to the workings of iho. and no decided to get there first. Fri United States government. A little , ority will not do the Journal any illustration will show the extravag- good In that field. Even the demo ance of the plan now followed in crata realize that it never has been most of our governmental depart- ( consistent in anything except lncon xnents the plan of allowing five or six sistency, and never will be. For men do what one man should do. The some reason or other, our Albuquer lorestry bureau wanted to buy a ten que contemporary has not even been acre tract of land for three dollars an ' able to pursue an independent policy, acre. It, was to be used as some kind It hankered after the flesh pots dur of a nursery. First, the tract was ing the administration of a certain surveyed; then a forestry man from young gentleman who received a Job California traveled a thousand miles, ' that was too big for him. More re Inspected It and repcrted on its loca- cently it has partaken of the feast at ,tlon and climatical advantages end the official board of Governor Curry, possibilities. Then a soil expert Probably its gluttonous maw hides an came out from St. Louis and looked appetite that is Insatiable; at any the tract over; he went back and re- j rate, the paper's policy has again ported on the soil. , A, couple of ex- taken on a different hue, a pale and perts then came from some place elseislckly hue. .The Journal is a good and did eomethlug else. Then the1 ab- newspaper; the best in the southwest Btract of title was turned over to the! But it has no policy, not even an in dependent policy. And everybody knows it. The Roswell Record la a paper, whose editorial poller U made tot aiuerens muii. n ia a . urauuiiuo paper in every sense of the word. And, if It purported to be an inde pendent paper, an independent paper it would be. Just now the Record Is showing ita policy by raising seven different kinds of political cain with the republican administration; by "en umerating the members of the "gang"; and by referring to what it terms the "vicious blow to New Mexico" caused by the summary removal of "a gov ernor obnoxious to the gang because he was honest" This is all vastly amusing because It is done so well and with such apparent good faith. The Record la to ,be admired and com plimented rather than Warned and censured. It is good democratic poll tics to fulminate against the repub licans, to say that Gome of them are honest and intimate that the dishon est ones are in the majority, to lament the 'downfall of a political Infant in arms who would unknowingly have carried us bag and baggage Into the democratic camp 'and left' the repub ican party high and dry on the shores of betrayed trust Tea, that la sure ly good politics and we don't blame the Record for crying" about It If the boy-governor had been allowed to proceed along the path marked out for: him by the democrats who had his shell-like ear, which same was the path he was rapidly traveling, the democratic party would have obtained control In New Mexico without the trouble of winning it at the polls. But he wasn't, glory be; and there's the rub. We, too, if we were democrats, would weep and lament. We are not and so we onl smile. Under the present administration there is no danger of the democratic party obtaining control by the grace and assistance of the man who 'la at the helm of territorial affairs. He- Wretch Specials A few specials which we are offering; for a short time at SPOT CASH ONLY. " Gents' Gold Filled Case giiaranted 20 years, fitted with a 17 jeweled, ELGIN or WALTHAM move- merit' .... v. , .$12.50 Gents' Silveroid Case, with a. 7 jewel ELGIN or , WALTII AM, ...... , $5.50 Ladies' Gold Filled Case, guaranteed with either ELGIN or WALTHAM movement $12.15 WE INVITE A COMPARISON OF OUlt PRICES R. J. TAUPERT, Jeweler and Optician. Lag VegraM, N, M." -:- 60O Douglas Avenue. realizes and appreciates his trust Re Is the republican governor of New Mexico and as such he doesn't intend to let the democrats run the adminis tration. And that's what makes them wild, especially the Journal and the Record. EXIT THE GROUCH which the stripling was taught T.e school is the school of Cominoi Sense,and the chief study in the cur. riculum Is Com men Decency. It's a whole lot more fun to 6i business with the fellow who pits . out the glad hand than with the mad ' with the frozen face. Each of the chief er gaai of the body it link in the Chain of Liie. A chain ii no tronfer than its weakett link, the body no stronger than ita weakest organ. If there is weakness of stomach, liver or lungs, there ia a weak link in the chain of life which may anap at any time. Often this so-called "weakness" is caused by lack of nutrition, the result of weakness or disease of the stomach and other organs of digestion and nutrition. Diseases and weaknesses of the stomach and its allied organs are cared by the use of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. When the weak or diseased stomach it cured, diseases of other organs which teem remote from the stomach but which nave their origin in a diseased condition of the stomach and Other organs of digestion and nutrition, are cured also. Tbe atroni man baa a atroni atomach. Take the above recommended "Discov ery" and yoa may hare a atroni atom ach and a atroni body. Givbn A wav. Dr. Pierce's Common Sense Medical Advuer, new revised Edition, is sent free on receipt of stamps to pay expense of mailing only. Send 21 one-cent stamps for the book in paper covers, or 31 stamps for the cloth-bound vol ume. Address Dr. R. V. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y. n Along with many other welcome In novations in modern business life has come one more welcome than any oth ter the elimination of the grouch. Time was when the heads of law business concerns labored under -the belief that the only way they could maintain a semblance of dignity was to rear up in their little sanctumj all sorts of scare heads and assume a gruff voice and a sour face when greeting any but their chosen visitors. The bluff worked well for a great many years, and the timid intruder! really came to believe that the unap- J proacnaDie uerDerus commnea ail me qualities which go to make up the suc cessful and astute man of affairs. But a new scVwl was opened, and from it has graduated the man who does not find It necessary to hedge , himself about with any of the old time defenses In order that his dig nity may not be imposed upon ant in order that It may be known "be yond the peradventure of a doubt ihr.t he is "boss." This new man Mil come upon the scene quietly, and l;'s name is Legion. It may may not be too early to venture the prediction that he has come to stay. It Is not alone to the young man that, thii change has come. The veteran of many years' hard fighting has learn ed the lesson in the same school in BASEBALL SCORES 1 YESTERDAY'S SCORES Natlonaf League. At Philadelphia Philadelphia 6, St. Louis 4; Philadelphia Jl. St Loula 10. At Boston Chicago 6, Boston 2. At New York New York 2, Cincln. nati 1. At Brooklyn Urookyln 5. Pittsburg 1. American League. - At Detroit Detroit 9. Washington 5; Detroit 7, Washington 0. At Cleveland Cleveland 6, Phila delphia 5. At Chicago Chicago 9, New York 0. At St. Louis St. Louis 9, Boston 4; t Louis 1, Boston 0. Westerr League At Lincoln Lincoln 2, Wichita 9; Lincoln 13, Wichita 2. - At Sioux City Sioux City 12. To peka 5; Sioux City 9, Topeka 10. . At Omaha Omaha 6, Pueblo 1. At Des Moines Des Moines 6, Den ver 0. American Association. At Columbus Columbus 4, Toledo 6 At Indianapolis Indianapolis 3; Louisville 2. At Minneapolis Minneapolis St Paul 4. ) ' ' At Kansas City Kansas City 1, Milwaukee 2. Table Linen Bargains 11.75 Bleached warranted all pure Linen, beautiful patterns, 72 in wide. . .$1.48 1.60 Bleached warranted all pare Linen, 72 inches wids $1.39 1.25 Bleached warranted all Linen, 72 inohes wide 11.10 1.00 Bleached Damask, warranted all Linen, 72 in wide 89c 75o Bleached Table Linen, ,warranted all Linen, 62 in 63c Lawn Specials 35o Figured Lawns 24c 25o 20c Ifc 120 10c .19o .14o .11c lCo ..7c - .11 If On the first day of July vvc began our Annual July Clearance Sale. This is the month that we close out as much Summer Stock as pos sible so as to make room for the hew fall stock which always arrives during the month of August. Your opportunity to secure bargains has never been better. Do not let this month pass by without calling at Bacharach's. Every article sold will be guaranteed and if not satisfactory can be exchanged. ' ' NEVER POT OFF TILL TOMORROW WIAT YOD OUGHT T8 DO TODAY. 331-3 Per Ccsl Off t " On any Lady's Suit in iho House. Muslin Underwear Our Undermnslins are made in strictly sanitary factories: They are made from Nainsooks, Cambric, Muslins, Laces and Embroi deries that will wash. We are showing good garments in Petticoats, Gowns, Corset Covers, Chemises and Drawers at three-fourths of their real value. That is they are on sale a discount of 1,4th, Pepperell Sheetings and Muslin Reduced, 1014 Pepperall Sheetings...... 29a 914 " " . 27o 814 25o 714 M 23o 36 in Londsale SheetingMnslin... llo 36 in Lonsdale Hope Muslin10o 36 in Cambric Muslin 9o 36 in Lonsdale Cambric 13o Its New We Have It. 75o Debutante Silks, In all the new shades - 9o 65o Spider Silks, in pink, light bine, white and old gold 49c 65c Elastic Veilings, in gray, black and navy 50c yd A splendid assortment of Ladies voile and novelty Skirts have just arrived and are offered at a reduction of . 15 Per Cent. Oxfords on Sale $4.00 Patent Colt Oxfords,(ladies) $3.60 3.50 -. 35 3.00 Patent Colt and Vici-kid Oxfords, (ladies).... 2.70 2.75 Vici-kid Oxfords, (ladies) 2.48 5.50 Men's Florsheim Oxfords . 150 4.50 - ! 4.05 4.00 " : ' ...3.60 Every pair of Tan Oxfords and Shoes for man, woman or child, is en sale at a discount of 15 per Tent. Men's Underwear Reduced 75c French Balbriggan Under wear , 59o garment 50 Mesh and Balbriggan Under wear 39o garment 85o Blue and white Balbriggan Under wear 5o garment Gingham Aprons , $1.00 Long Sleeve Ladies Aprons,.... 75o 35o Short Gingham Apron, Special, 25c 50o Short Gingham Apron, Special, 89o 50c Short White Apron. Special, 39o . i v.y- i-.u '' i "-ij ' 1 v..; '. . - Ladies' house Dresses, ' Kimonos and Wrappers, $2.50 One-Piece House Dresses,.... $1 95 3.00 One-Piece House Dresses,.... 2.25 25 Per Cent Off , ( On all Ladies' Kimonos. $1.35 Ladies' Wrappers all co- .... 99e Ladies' Rain Proof Coats. These are days when the wise person prepares for the showers which are coming every day. Our rainy season is here and it is best to be well pre pared against the water. $17.50 Cravenette, 54 in coats $13.50 12.50 Rubberized Coats in blue, brown and black .v $9.00 15.00 Rabberized Coats, blue and ' brown, ; $11.50 40o 50c 35o 65c Men's Men's Men's ' ' Men's Harris Colored Silks Imported Fonr-in-Hand Suspendersr Hdkfs. Half -Hose ! . Ties ' - 29o -. vr -37c, ... A 19o JWtf ' u -the Store or Quality" 10 Yards Genuine . . . Amoskeag Apron Check Ginghams. , American . .'..and vSimpkina I Calico, ,., 6l$c yd. 20o 1 x Galatea ; . ' ' (S,,;,;,0 Clothy " ' ' lie- " E.LasVegas.. N.M.