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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD
(liiMetiir t Tribune Clttteri.)
A rtKI'tfltMCAN NBWSPAI'KIL
inr TI1H ILfCUALD PUIHiIKIIINtt CO.
1'ttblUhrd ctorj afterntwin except
Monday Ml ttt-VH North Sooiiil
Irpot, Alluitut'riUp, N. M.
nnlettnl as mnd-ttlns nmttor
Man-li 1, mil, at lliu Mntofflre nt
Albumiprijuo. N. M., utulcr ttio AM of
Mnroh ft, inn.
One mouth Ify mnll. . .
Our tumuli lij enrfidr.,
(Hip year hy inrttl
One jenr hy inrrlcr. . . ,
. . . RO rcnti
liu Cent
iOfi
SSiUO
Telephone, it.
Itiswillltfl.vi
1' l' ulliitt
11 lh- attorne
I VIPOILMK,
1 nn mitotan. n
gi-ncrnl t.r the
1 skate orders the prwset ution
.ui ,tfmm storting rink grHir
in - h iwetMixi to sdwtit aatroa
: thi r, WatUIC HI
nL.r f fee Patted mates army
"I "I ill etettoMM WM4.
rii Mere i a tew and 11 stion
to imw I rssgsct rir Ike uai
una at the military if perhaps not
i npMpttr ltoWft. eV one tf It
ba tew saaraaly enrwre-ed fM
'1..' ! dJ to Km ait to the
' 1 that the who wear uniform
preferred to compel respect ror
mi lottl by I heir own deportment
'"I by thr MIMr Mi wMeh Uto
ikeiuatreas Md wearing tt
Nut to Mm Art a ease it w
r sslir of Insaitt. Tti men in
alfurto had COOvXd taemaetve M
OtleCS. Tn of the Wr M
r of the Putted Mate army and
' wn RMeaintlM4aMMl offk-er
f 1 h Artaoaa Nntlonnl ard
in mfMtnc Mtm HdOTtttant-r tn
1 Mi,iitor ur thf nkMlnc rink loM
ihi.in hv wnM t ntfmM nHya in
untfWfn of a nonltor. thnreby ite-
ratHy IMultlni tb InnlcnU Mi
ii "'wnrwu.
Tbp Anrtc pnbUr la nwiwllw
''""' MMM ttll i. A4ttW AlMMt tit
of tnt ttnnnkih-.MtrtcKn war
'"n IM Um MHItom f mmtoitr or
r wm nemrnWd thn moot iiMlvttr-
il rpti nl turu-s). Had lim
mixmiuim l How mwmIo ouch u rfiimrk
' wuvkt hv kanti tnookwl 01 iho
i t Mm inr nttbHc hi quU'H to foi -t
nMi At) Imnrit wm iiomlilort t
"ipfcaltonavd for in- iHiir.
11 la in b )tnwl 1M1 ibr aunnm'
. 1 n-ral WIN ihmm ilw mm. Th f--iKlititt
piHirk.ui haw mnn aptlr.
i II waa Urldly madi ttnu lv.n
ul wteon he found thai h wan in
iipitRnr of wvorr punlahnirnt. Il
mo mi cotHit.
11 l mm inat ikp offtpt-r or mi
1 1 msu In unlforNi. who comtaota
MUM-if n h it warrant oaolnaloH
' '' mme i4lirnpi. attnnM tm
i-i'ii wiih Mu Mty oDiur uiatHrlwr.
""' m rt aorvto Hp la mm rlMy
-ii 'iilil b conataVtrori a tawPi- to
(' unWarm.
( loM at a aokltor arm ihp
"'' "f iVMNlMM Ma uniform
'aly alalifl t i' imiuHkI. but It
ilti b tor Man a bad of mvHt
'I. .1 MBwtiid. If anvtbtns, ntlilo lilut
mir tlMM will ry mturtfay
r,(iti umiixs.
eokso dlU)t- of tin- ll rabl
" Halt ta nearly every i-ouot..
' n-w JkMtleo thla ar thwe Ih aoina
'" IMr. and kto what im iiiuri
i'" ..-iiut. mock atoas I beina laid
t" ikultw enblMta
' ni" if a good omen. Uu. 1, m 1, ,u '
-a- md Obi noma, county mti-i un I
Mtilblito thai the rati win Im i
--i uintd lln year Imhuu j
i -nth. Tltoy Imvp tMMity httii n
xi i'Ht haeK Mtore attd time ar- too
to inaa ItoM tmmmif. Hut m
Mesloo rM yr thr r..- .u-
i xibtodty ( kt w have .-v.-r!
.. -"-d. even l the ry fanning
1, i.y. attd tm ft thai Maawly etry
la aoimr lo hold a fair ahot
'- ' the people are faalttbi propprou
"' thai Ihey ar- encouraaed over
-nitHMk
' f "to lite matt fair will be iiekt
' vibuitueraoe. it will b Mer
.""i bettor thaa ta many 1. rritorlai
iiir-. that have pjltiim H and the
xm of the Mhato tojun thp liri.
"u" couatr Wto win to) atnt to Al-
I'UquerMa
i he fait that taroualtoui New Met
ihe atHtol have haur f aarieui.
oral oatilblts Mid that thi fair -m-mi'teae
kn autor with whloh to
(I on cod auay lov.i., Indleatea
Hiai the werat Ha paaaed In thla ir.
ntor and thai lae future In lirtvnt
a nratatto of adan im. nt.
tirowtb a ad arfHrttv.
a ftitWtrcaii roji tscs.
Ai-opedltta to a newn stopatrh from
-aldwell. K J . ka only to hiatory
or aeogrnohy Uie
htrtttplaei of
rovr 1 ii v. ldo4
af thu "m.ai
i romln- nt 'Itiipna'
Of Ik tuwn are
Mioiiia tin- iun-
t
i the .Id
leveiand hmin
on the ground that. .
1 a H- . Mevebtnd
iti '-lareil that
II U falhir u
he hated tht tow. Mian VnlauMn gTitm before aho iiUir
I'rmtbyterlai) aMHlator. 'lad 'Mr. ("ml tiiid waa a muat oath
mt on, uii i out of tbe nwfott. it i
wild at... for that ranftaa ta. 11.
miij. am. ror mat rrk ta lad a
hi mo 1- hi4mm u aaee eea Rinaiad
a pa mat the ntlifo,
Mr level
itr ti uali 1111I
. n.l ,Ulu fk.. .1.... , l.u.
'T lll-IU lll .n. n
nruili . textual his tin thplaoc. mil If
iM' m. -i primmoot c-itltrn
!lhri mn rfii) wefc in n e1a m
tn 1..1M prominent clttsen ii
th,. purel of la aid i'i w
i.ii.ii 1,1 -v. .in a memorial to the t
1. eaiui ni n the srngU r th irn
Million. II l obvious ht the 11) mi
abundantly jMitftod III hot u I
1. feeling. vraafW he ever . x
treinu in it of net.
it'uldvnta of MpMto hatp hrW
im rtina and aeon HHM4uMna a
xorina nil tin iitojMi r I hat tHay ari
itflniim Noanintlotta ana Ml will,
btM rTi-ln m mi MdUto woaM tnH'h
Mrifff that ito twattrrortoii makf
pniM-r frr lhrr iim Mid ua
ihom tnntpad of abtot toetoU whfii
"Hiatwr
to Mi a
IntMinan. all rtdti ta otaM toll
4hat b titr way hla hair Mnnta down
wvor Ma com editor M Imp to. AMI
it'a M to I la alto tl wh-n n
a
Ka-tortftot VMajMnw il i lltn
to tap toltoto traM tttoMaatopi wmu
to' oarry with It Hip aaurni'- ttiat
XniUltoi Jeff Dajta of ArlMnoa will
httvr M toat m fnii iihIp
playtnalr-
Thif 4t V i rpMlna t an
owUnw at i'hpy trda. and
r tito tott Nmt hp had bom
HUH yptn aao he atlll look-
pd ntral. What a tawdJ touKtnc
ppotmoHi bp mmM nov boon!
1 ippuatttoa baa dovlod In thp
apnatr to thp poncp tPPativn with
IttottoMl and frmcp. it la probable
ttoM wpp lb aoMtp Mrttod to run
firm the ion poatnandmnts that
body would wani to amoad thorn.
Thu eotomon pooplo of lBbti)(l ur
mod bonittop KHhi Ooortw Ilk
boof and boor. If that la all It tako
to nwlto a hit aa kin moat any of ua
miCMt guallf) aa wall mm Owurv.
Aotlt thp robel itntralp in llaytl
now want lo bo iiroatdent. With mi
mnuy aaMHinj atatpanMin uid millUio
Imtdorx thp nt.opli- of lliiytt mum In
In a tircUy maaa mow of tin- tluu.
An Inaurn-elo leador In liwi r 'ul
Ifornla UtnaMetM an Amprlpun rune It
er wttft ileaUt If he aaaili crtNuua tin
totarHktlon! Hop. 1hi aolutlon for
the American ouMit lo Im ih.
Th- Murotean tow I to In rttl.,i
Thla In undoubtPdly hihiiI iii-wh for
Aloriiii-o. and In th- uur- of tinn
th( unhappy poumiit may learn oat
what the row w about.
Admiral Toko may learn In Hi
twnrre dya tlft.i h- la here ihut this
eouatry hi about treln iimea th, t
of Japan and tit aome.
flu revolt to Ptoar del Rio, Cuba.
Hbtoded before I hp corrnaoiilMt
cauld reaih ur and ti-learaph any
of Uip revolttoc dotal ui.
rjenonntina tlte ex-Pperleaa Ueaar,
Mr. Bryaa, la now regarded by tar
Oemoeralo leodt rs in voriRreto aa the
kin of Indoor anorta
Mnr -till ha- in
lll Il I- lll,,-, 111 111 .,,,,
t n itloli
fi. 'l.lVl
UP IT SPOT IT
IN
While Watch Wns 011 Guard,
Corpse of Pedro Onrnsoo
Floated to Surfaoe of Lake
Near Carlsbad.
(Jippplel fiirrriiiiiiUu,p n,r UprnliH
&rlalwd. S. l , An R.At 1
ootoek yiida. tiioiiila while thorp
m h Aleaioau on wuudi ai th Tan
Mil Otint the batty of Poilro rraco
laae rreot Uc bottom of the lake The
reader of The Herald will roiiioinbe.
that Cnrnaco A-aa diownatl a fw da
an wallo niteuipiluit to awlm the
lake .nade by the dnm AlibouaJi inau
att(Hata waro made by dlrfito mid
drattliiB tko laku. hi body wan not
reoavwed. The hoy roup within ao
faid or where It mnk.
Ultl. Froilcta Dimwtn. who was tho
an f Mr nud iin. Prnnk IS. Dunenii
at Uto Madel Market, dlod yoetordav
waaliMj ot nnpeiMllellt Trio llttl
lallaw wne aliont lo yunrii r nan nud
wf a areai favorite wilh nil Q10 Ut
ile raltowB of hl see Ilia both waa
aaoaiapaiituii b iho niothar u tliali
farmttr home at pauen. Ohlnliomu.
The wife of William Praia. iiaaUtani
caanii r of tbp Plrat Niitloual bunk ol
rr; uiwh r'Biiuei hooiii noon
tlAll hOOll U uuir.trur lo laiu
ttnu. ulih lm Imu.Mu v. .Hz.
w.w iohi . . viih, Hm) mi ntn
far the cllmHt. On aooount of Mr.
Jto4 wlaMnc the atiendnnep of ker
ewier, tne arraiivnienta for ttto rutiftrnl
nave hoi baon irtinial Rim .
'W"1 w" m,1 wvorlto with
8,1 t,W lfnp, !SiMBb nl,,y
praad for 3Ii Crals Ih hia nd ho-
ruvomnt
14
If
iier
AM ft ntyllnh home and
VV f. Trlihlilp 11:1 S'urtli
Hecond tit
Phone No. 3
W. rtoStMto lilo nbtfr
BOYS
0
GOMES
SA
DM
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING HERALD, SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1011
OCT THC WRONQ TnAfJ3Fn.
'' 'l""1 wliai ihr wU. ' aktvl a Iqckl imiu luiay Tlipv
mmi.p ., i.iai, and ir lo hop II nil m a 411) ml tnelr w.n iliiuuali t the
ttiam, unit ihrn arc aio if thc liapfitiii to ntlaa. i(ny uf it
A aiiawr- in km- tht olhr ia) had nfeuuf Uirp. wt lo mn iNu
Utwn If look a riftot cr to two htotmlr OM .MkMniU'i-iuP Hut he too
fWM TH rat inaao.: 1 unlhr ntMto l(. fttlin.l line and aSor
Iravpraton iko raiiirtl) xrowlnt ralifMic. dlatrtil (Hi ikp dttli anil afrmo
to a ate at Ik owl nf ihr llti'
Th offlrloua atrawnr, without HiakiiiR limhpr liiiiiliv net nff duwii
thp road, and aPimdltiK lo bte own confeaafoti wimotlnii' Ihi'pi, a.itni mwu
ot Iho ihrop honrn in adtnlrliiK (hp ttirnl wU tf Ur at, mm known nn Hmn
Jjto Ho wna a Mill dlMlMpnlHtod with fcho nimwrniiirtr atiirWiiiMH. and
fWtod 10 Inralp thp Phurrh nf Han Kolln li vnn rii. m..t ,h-
tNMcHl Willi Iho uM town of hli own
utrwwi onr rnn'iorior
Wall, I alMnahi think o, 1 hp pumiiirtiir. Vtm whtp in n .ip4Hrt of Wow
Town. What von want to do la m taka iiii iinwn t u. ..ik., uj ... ..
itH ajul otfll all Mm Old Town n
"To krMPr admitted that Up
MNM)I mm MoM thtf rMt f M HI .
ofWd Mtoip nkd f thp Jpwlah HVHa4oaup Wat tho llv hall "
t O
THC POXY FOX OF ANOIENT STORY
(Mtoo Aoaoo wrt about thp toad who Ittmh un i
pirlt vors aorl 01 III. Imbued a ith iho iHtai MatiHi
Th in om w qtitlP iinileHitp.i hp omkl kilti pOMltoti'
With !paaln iind MHm of , vpr klml aittontl nbimlniun
Thp fox he hptMMod H onp da), a ik-hui uf groat atmnrli)
Ail kmiwn hoaMua for rnahiirpwii md out ami (Mil rt'rnciiy.
' you prJp to run. all 111 ' nui
n ttdv toad iKMaoaaed nr tmit ml
FNw wtoj wmld come lo nu ror onn-f
""ire ii.iiniKfon, .hi, man. ai'p mi, rai. too aiiyargtit."
Now If we ail ooo Id emulate Hip fox of this nnrraWflii
We'd out an end rhtht Medil to mlHrppreaonuittoH
AMI wtoto none oM toad route nliMiR lln(maTth f aoffe
tl foxy kd 4M'i lake II ut. but Iklui, iiIkuii it tton.
$ 4
THS OHILI THAT WAS APPARENTLY ALL RIGHT
There utwd tu lm an old man up 111 thr fllfthlRiirta thai went ground
ItoddUtoi vtobl. Ml cry wa Ap pliMi. ita-ua-iiM! AHlca. nnutfttfia: "
mallei- wliai wax tor aalo. ilia chory cry 0011I1I ko hranl rpaounilliiK
down tlv treii. and H wua uoUy nn iln whutr lirtaartp of vatulera that
havp itoe on a alrtk hi Chk-nko Pretty aook liu would p out. hiiiI than
In would drive It la nnftiii bark aloua 'hp mropia, alioulliur ' AiH'lii.' It-n-imm!
All ate, Mno jiooplp nn- like that, always hnllptlnR nIhiiii aome
Ihlna. and wIipii thp Hnip pomp for liem to nult hnllerimr ami th- hv
tmihlrtK lt holler about, ih kpi-i mi
Iho anbjt'pt. awl boaldn Hip tell 11a
Howev.T. there In nn 0I1 1 lail who livoe In thla rlu. mi old she oan
not ae4 very well, and aho haa llvpit In Ihla city no Ions that ahe ban n kpi-u
appreciation foi phlll In all klnda or rookery imottai,., ra;ne bt with hla
won yesterday and h- wonl out with her haaket in b She aaw a ble
lard imll of what appeared to bo Idg t hill mmI. hht ami tapcrod and vivid
fine Inonired ihi wIpp and found they werp vi-ry alin.ip In- thv pouml
H1p IiipI tin- dilpr .iHh out aoveral iiotiuda. 11 ml put Hu m u her lnukt'.
He ill in i- liimlll) uwuy
An he hmki-d theai over Pinirly. Iier exproaalon alowl chntiKPd lo
onp ol Hi- dpppPMi di-Mmlr The likj, Hreaii. iktIiik nrtlrlea mIi'p IihiI tioitnhl
win unrlpi iiailvp poara
-ym- : -esaBA
unLHI nLOUUnuLO!;:;:
il'olilitiui'd Iniiii l'HK One)
iiiiili' ,l tn laud lu'iii'ii- ,1 mnic'-t Mr.
Kei'il ho 1 1 1 that thv vt f t r 11 ih diIui Ih
an w-akliia up the euati rm-ra who are I
off rlna atri';i pompi tltlon and in-1
lincewentM In uttempt to prevail tip-
on the farmer to remain at home i
Mr. Iteial apoke ol xome lenath nn tne
thlua that are belna doln in the
way "f adverttotat In other ootnmun
Itlea Aa a praetlaal plan he uwet-
ed and advoeatPil that one hundred
IMee Men It o men plndfe one hundred
ollara eaeh mm a wnrklna fund for
advertlalna and enetl pa brio I ty
purpoae until Hi" le1laturp meet
end enn upproprlut.- a fund for thfct
purpose. That audi a fund, prenarly
u.ii'it for n vat or two yeara wltt ahow
11 1 r'-iiltH nlnl that the laabdaturp
v il uladly make an up propria Hon
1 i .11 1 x for thi purpoNe of rplmbui
im: tit, mn wim put up thi- money U
tiiti the work, imt lll iito make aw
tn o'l llltliin tn enllUllll, thp cftm
I'llKII Knlluwliia prellntinao orgaiitamtan,
oiifeu-nco and the eel peiKtha. Mi
ituMiiiH or thu Ilur(M4 of Immlirauoii
pin ihe elloii aa to whether It wim
tiie vno of Die gather hi that iMtat
ll.ite oi-aaiilwitlou ahiHtlil im efteotad.
01 whether amue delay ahould bo mk
111 in order to thtlik out a enatanlai
of action. Col. IX K Twitcbell of IM
Votta and other ndvoeattMl Iminu
tilato oraanlMtloti, aaylaa that tkuro
Ik no time like toe iireaent. t th
MiKKeKllon of llaai'Rp II. Welwter of
dinari on, Mr. Ilenlng, aecroiarv of
1 lie llui'oan of ImoiiKiailen mad a
lolef apeeeh In which he aald that
lb hia opinion New .Mexico ahiniUl
now plan to gain the giaataal benefit
f 1 urn ihe opportunity whloh ta Noaar
phi 10 everybody at Uu present time.
Mi Helling auggeeled the uppoiutnuNU
ot a rommtttoe of five to dlaouas .
maneiit oeattiilaaMon The auanoatlua
waa put In tar form of u motion uilll
carried, the general opinion ptuvail
ina that a pomHiHipe oouul outline u
better phia than Hip oat Ire gathering.
It was the aenac of tho nteotlibx tlnlt
the proaa of tho turrltnry he aagotl tu
give the fullest nnhlh-lty to thu ad-
drpaa nf TorrHortal iengluoor MlllOr.
LunehPon a aerved at I o'clncb,
thi- 'haulMUiiua litdlea being the host
aava. A dinner of aeven eoiirapa.
every eouroe being made tip excluglve-
ly t home grown prcaltu-ta, mode 11
lilg hit with th- rpaotirepH people,
laaar llarth of AlbsouerotiP, Ooveruor
William J. Mill. John W. rorbett ot
Mountain!!-, It. Ii. Holt ot Di-mlng,
and otherm.
rollowtna thr luuoheoti, autoino-
bile and vehlolw ware provided and
Dip visitors were (titan iIii-oukIi a
large section of the fHriltlng dtetrlot,
the trip proving a revtalion to the
lKhtar. Acre am) sure of lieane
and alher aUtplea lHdloiitd In 11 force
ful w what the Moumalnalr die-1
trici pri)twa.
Thr prominent ntun prr mi tho
proKrnin for to n if fit: W. ID. ClarrieoA,
prerlriaht cr thn Now Mexico AkH-i-iiUiirnl
ioIIhi of MevMlln. who will
apeak nn Tin Mmi.'l Tin i rai Irn-
m it K 11, ,i . .,.M. . u. ,,,
P3KV,TM otniZZilp
rtenlpo. nnri wmfldpil ihla rirt to I lip
on'II wr ak.oi '
Had naod H fltj Hip ttmp at Ma dto
otliiina If Iho Alhaoalp tAinol naa tli
tw In Itiud dllilklii
ioll 1 mniutclu
whoae fadltit nr K tiaiaMWI'toii.
hollirliir. Hut that la a little n&
there ntu't tm auph wnnl a holler
H
Mnif or Idaho, who will epeak nil
"The fruit lunula of thu Munvhittu
Klale. The leuture by .Mr. Ul, like
lae the oiip by Prof. Mr l'ltereuii. will
in- Hum rateil by nik-etally procured
elide.
"liry I'lirinlnir hi nu .MoaIpo."
Hry rarmlna in all Ita phaaea waa
dlaooMed at 1 oath thla afternoon by
Prof. W. M. J.inllni . aMH- hotttcultur-
let or KiinaiiH. and a member uf thi
faculty of th. iCanea Agrlvtiltural
olh-ae ia Ma tin nun ti. .Mr. Jurdlwe la
better poet-il on rr farming pee
ling than .tnv ot:ter man in the weal,
lie la a pi in-1 leal artner. la well
quipped wtiti taohtrical knowledgu
th- aubjert ami has conducted
many expprlmi nta, whleh hhW been
hlahly eucceearul and' upon which hla
faith in dry farming Is based. Prof.
JartUm- mini the Hiiuallfled atnte
mmi that th. 1,. re ltftetn million
of urrpa of leml In New Mexleo upon
whloh dry fmniink "emn ho nutdo 5
xucces ami upon Whloh crop can be
grown aa an. imw grown In any part
of the eouiitr Mr. .lardlju- cited the
fan that nut -, u thouimiiil huahia ,.r
jwfleat waa 1 aland on a narra' atrip or
ory inrming lanii on the Vellowatone
river, between huIIHmp and Mllea Cltj'.
.Montana, thla Vear. th prelpltiuln
being thru- in, he leaa than In the
IJrtnwehi .1! in ,w Mexico.
The chief ft attire of Mr. Jardine
apeech una that he atrongly urtr
concrete cooperation between the
mei-ehanta and mrnlers In New Mx-U-o,
with eitei ial rferepoe of course
to the agricultural ooHimunllir. II
gave aa an example for cooperation
that the Mctintalnalr district thla year
will probably hv. to title! a market,
thei-,. being nt the present time no
market for aucii n nroriitet in an,,ii
large quuntitli . if there wore an
aaaoplatlnn hloh had aa Ita object
the fornlahlna f a market for th
produce, the iiittieiilt.- would be aolv
' d. The Kanaaa tiian alao strongly
urged cooperation In other tinea, ail
ing the ear, of a number of towns In
the pastern part of the terrllory. in
which fresh ranch. (M nre being sold
thrpp doaen nr twetTtyiWp eenla with
ouyers mini to nun. tVhlle In Alhn
iiuprftiio Kaneai muo egus are sellliiK
iraai thjrty lo forU' a.lid rorlyflv
oegt. Tlte ..pcnicar pointed out the
biprtunUy ror eiianurtim--i-raiiB.
Ing to sell tfow Mrtjrioo Kbs si home,
rather than hsvlnp (horn kHiu to
waste, und having thn home nittrltet
aufiplletl with a grettlly Inferior jiro.
duct upon which freight la imld for a
thoiiMind mllea.
Ikciiuno or the yiinvoldniMo abeenso
of Hon. John T. Uuraa. oxemttlv aea.
reian or the international Dry Punn
ing onuma, who nm to have come
from Colorado Mgring to auwh on
'Opr r I unity and Dry Parming.' the
time nllottetl to him waa ntven to
I'ror. Jrirdlne or Muuhatun. ho
apoke on the tine which Mr Mr
Htirne Had Inn tided lo apak
IIIHIOAT10N co.vfntrjss
nOAUi has .MDinriMi
At a meeting of flip advisory board
r thu Nniioniil Irrlgtillun rnttgreiw.
called to order at n 'ip in I'hairmnii
wilihid -h Hipevel mm attended I.-, t
iiniriy iMt mptnix-r. It. II Hull
l)titin whk tinniiliniiuilv lumen n
j.r. fi.li tit r tin board. Mr. Holt in
a rlnaltiR ppi-h fnllowliik Wa pIp"
tkjti. proiniwil to du evwtyihhit; pott
alble to Iiuvm tfe MiVflco r itiewntef)
ni tin imitation (-oiijreaa to bp heltl
in chii-spo In I hi riffl. ivery pffoft
will mildf In bookt the pflll-P
ani tiectiri' a ood Hltendani-p of del
Kai from (IiIh icirilory.
Aiikihb thiMie ptoaetit at tin- Now
.Mexico Iteaourena Ifky hmIhi today
are. rjoYeriior Wllltoin J. Mill. Tel,
ritorlitl iBnalnVer ( t). Hllor. Snnln
fp; tlpotai H. Wi-lwtpr. Cimarron.
H II. Moll. It. r ICU. n.-mltia:
Uooifte L. Itrooka, ialil)tt. mid II
u. lipoma, mary of Hip Nnw Mpx
W bureau of Ifltmlamilaii; JauH'
Barth. John It .Mr. Minute, K. U.
Itoiiwpntkpr. A. II. Uri"!!!!, Cleort' Ar
not, Wiitouii Mcliitoali. It. V. Dfoaon,
If. tt. TwitPhpll. .1. n. finale) nml
tiialn utber.
Taniorrow'? Prouram.
Toawucnv Dev. iMmrlEhj onu Hark
imin of Aliiu(inottH will aoiuHtm Un-
Uhatauona Munddy Mhoolw mill tiv
I. Alfthso HrlRhi. ulao or Albtiaueiqii.
ft'lll Uallvor n nertnon-locrtllro.
. In Ihe eveiilnu. Allwi ilmma It An
will iMvr leBtnre li Hor
avverrowcm amone the Hepl lltdlftim
1 Amooa. witn whom alio upein aev
rl moath
Chaplnln .1. H Sutherland of r"ori
ItlWta, who waa oil the 111 oat-am fur nn
Ifillul- oti .Malta, mid tile ICnlahl 01
5W John, Ik III and tmablo to attend
an thni areonnt
A klndernrten depart .mill haa Ih-pii
ortoiiilaod for the III tie tutu ami li t'
Jtot eotolin ted liy Mien Alice C. Ilo
IMM of tlio .MnKtlulotm phMilii
All ekunea hip In full -wlna and
hjre lanee ittul Ineroaalnn nltiMMlaiicen.
Thp preaeiit aaaentlilr l the moat
net-eful hold here and la n worthv
Mldevoment for the people of the
eofMmwttitv live wlrea. tlianaii thp?
are Aa a realilent Hold todny. Tliu
1 Nua otil ahowa A of tta but we're
II iivoatera." Itoaldu Unit thov are
royal boats und have mode ovory vl
Hot leel tit home ami hitppy. No
thotmhi haa Ih'U aimred Hint would
tuako life t the Ohantnuritut more
pleitaani or rotnfonahlp und tliu nioel
Iiir la an iinituelllleil aticvtWA
WHAT MUST BE DONE
BEFORE NEW MEXICO
BECOMES A STATE
lii-,ii!" i' tin prnli.iliiHi' that the
propoatd ' nui.tuuti.iti Inr tin atittc
of Ni-m Mexico mil In- approved !'
i-ongrem on August 7. it wilt he Inter
eating to iii'ull what riuiialnx to no
dune by the people of New Mexico
liefen we can be Hdmlttett Into Ihe
union, reioiiida the Tnoa Valley Newe.
The 1 niiblliiK' net provliloe tlNtt
uioit tbe coHetltiitlon hue been ap-Ptoii-d.
Hip prtatidout ol (he I'nltiHl
t.it(h Hiiall certify that fact lo the
! v 1 rnor of Now Mc.nIco. Within 30"
iln utter he receives such nntlue,
t 1 . iM-riior must Issue hla pemda
1 llimi calllna hh election lo lie lielil
J not lei. than sixty days nor mor
lian ninety days After the ilate of the
I tfovprnor'a proclamation.
I VI , 1 1 lb .,taMllH .. 1 1 .ft... u,u. .. .. 1 1
.-ouiilv officers, member of the state
legislature, representatives In con
gress und all .iffliera prodded for Iu
our constitution must be elected.
This election must be held, return
made, canvassed ami certtflml to lit
the samp way as was rpqulrpd at the
election on the adoption of the con
stitution lat January. The iiuaHfl
cMtlmi or voters at this election must
be the same we for voters on the
adoption of the constitution.
After the election has been In hi1
ami the rut urns canvaascd and certi
fied as resulted, Uovernor Mills muel
certify the result or the election to
the president or the United Mtnles.
The president must then immediate
ly Issup his proclamation and ihe atnte
of .New Mexico will be deemed admit
ted to the union on an equal footing
with the other states.
The constitution provide that
within .ta dey after the president
Isauea his prootoiilHtloll ft above alt
officer elected at the election, ex
cept niMinbsi 01 tlte lel stature, shall
take the 01 of office and give bond
as required by the constitution, ui liy
the lav. of the teriilor . and they
shall then eiitor upon the dutlee or
their rosneptlve offloe
As soon us the governor of the new
state enters upon the duties of his
office he Is rennlred by the constitu
tion to buwie his proclamation calllux
the members of the legislature to
meet at Santa Pe on a day to he spec
ified, whleh ahull not be lass than
thirty days nor more than sixty days
after the dale of. his proclamation.
The legislature shall meet on the day
named, tiltc the oath of orflce, am),
within ten tiny thereafter, proceed
to elect two senate 'h m the, United
8tats for the state r New Mexico.
When alt till ia done the atnte of
New MpsIoo will in full) organised
and fully reprcec ntcd in the nntioii.
ChargtM with cattle stonllug. III Togo
Turn ami rnavedo curcla worn nr
tMd this morning by ic 1! Van Horn
of the Now .Mexico cattlo autiltury
bpmd uilll Ittiftiel aoino. of tliu Now
Mexlao moiiiitod police. It, Ih (ihilmod
Tfirros mill nrrln siolo cnttlo h'oni JHK
tlgiisnti Ou tier roK Tho nmn nro In
I lid con n!y jtill and tholr preiynluttry
haa beau set tor in o'clock Monday
morula;.
JHOtl HHWAltll .1100.
The roaders of this paper will hi
pleasod to learn that there Is at Isnst
ono drondod iIIsphsp that tadnlit'o htm
been aide to cure In nil lis sttigea, and
that la cMturrh. Hull' Catarrh Cure
Is the only positive cure now known
lo the med ic I iruicnilty. Catarrh
being a constitutional dlhuuhe. re
qtilri a cnnsUtutlnunl truultnent
llull'N Catarrh Cure Ih tnkon Intornnl
ly, acting directly upon tho blood and
mucous surface of the NyMom, there
by destroying the foundation of the
disease and giving tho patient
strength by building up the coiihIUu
Hon and assisting nature In dnlng Uu
work. Tho proprietor have so intioh
faith in Its oiuiitlvo nuwors that titer
' tttat ntlA It tttlil eikjl rift I 111 rt .t n ti
" lie ilWIIUI f sgl llfin IU II II J
ontie that ft rnils to euro, fond for
Hat of testimonial. AddrPMi-
K. J. PHUNffV A CO.,
Toledo, o.
Kohl by all drugglHlH. 7 He.
Take Hall i Faiullv Puis r(.r iiihIi
- itl - .n.
The Churches
.Vortli fourth Mh-Cot (iospol Hull.
tlt Xofth Kffllrth street. Sulttlny
Bc-hmil, (i in.; fAnfrtd iirenTJlilmf.
7:i:. p tit. All are WOTMlnt.
liiitiiiKMilulp tloiio'iilloii Clmrcli.
M.tilt stmt mill Copppi afntiup;
eoinmiiilldit initto, 7 n. in.; low ttiD,
I" n. in : b nedlatlon and inatruotMin,,
',.. p. tn, i
tllirlsllitu Sulein-.
t'lirlallun Hclerlee nervleea ai,- held
In the Mitmn'a Club biilidtna. portiar
(told arentie and fleventh att-eea Sttn
day morttlijjt at II u. m.; ihjel,
"Uplrlt." Wednemiay atiehlna aar
vlee nt o'clnrk. Th public la cor
dially invited rb 4ltoiid Iheae xitvico
midi itehoel, K:l"i a m
First Methodlit Epltoop.il.
(onipr item! aveuuo and Tblrtl
stiovt, iimrioe Uecur Deok nan. imt
tor V A. Drown. niUaloiiary Heart
tnry of Hte Intei iiatlouul Siiiitliiy
Jtchool aMOOtatton. a innti ot (ileiiHliit
persmiallty and addrans. will spook tit
,11 a. at. Siiiitlhy school nt 0: IK 11. 111.,
D. A. INartoflra superintendent. Ito
wtmk onllio at ? p. No evening rorr
lie. Instead s nnlnn moptlng Iu th
11st PresUyienan chuich
Sahnthni Army.
sutiUay 7 a. in., knee drill. 10 a. m.,
'pen air, II a. 111. Ilolliieaa: z p in..
Sunday achool; 1:10 p. m., open air,
1 p m.. ganaral im-stlns, 7 p. ni.,
open all . x p. m., Osptnln Wewlel
v. Ill apeak on Aete 8:10- "Itepent ye
therefore and he oonvertvtl that yor
alns mi.y be blot I Oil nlt." Veek's
meitings oM-n air, T:te; in hatl on
glher av.-iitn p. m.: Krlday night
HolineHu meeting. Cap). Wendid.
Hlglilaiul Mctlinillst Oliiircli. South.
.11. out i Arnn street; Mamuel II.
Allison, pastor. Mr. AlttHOti will oc
cupy tin- pulpit m ii a. m. and his
them- will be. "Watchmen Walling
for the Morning." A visiting minis
ter will git the pulpit t $ p. nt. Sun
day sehool at B:lft a. m.. Hubert Tlnt-
Iduy, wuperltitendent; devottonal meet
ing of the Hp worth league at 7 3
p. m. nwet by Mrs. J r aehwentker
and Mia Howell at It o'clock service
A cordial welcome to tt, trngre
made tn feel at home.
SI. I 'mil's IliulUh l.utlwnin.
Curlier Weal silver avenue and
Ri.vtli street, Hev. W. . Ohorhollner.
pastor. Regular sen tree during the
day Monday school at !:!! a. m.;
preachlug at 11 s .m.; evenlag Chrls
tlnn (endeavor sdllresg, T.-gn to
Sunday school at p. m. on thn High
land at Tlfl ISast Iron avenue. A
great Rood cillaens' union meeting si
3 0 p in. In the Presbyterian church,
the sddrcMs to Ik- delivered by W. A.
Hi-own. who will tell u or the wonder
ful work In Kansas City. Ut every
body come.
PlrM riclijierfnu Cliuntli.
Corner Plfth stn-et and Silver ave
nue; Hugh A. Coopor, imstor. Mer
vices at II a. m. and x p. in. At the
morning hour the quarterly commun
ion will be observed. At 3:e p. m.,
under the auspices of the Oood Our-
emment league.
speak
1 Miloi Ttl'i nt " "
e A MluUter With it Message."
AlualMil M..lll.....
will be
.Mualcel golectlnns
Prelude lMgp
ort' rtory . 'Offertory
. le-malgre
Hoffiiiau
Uvenln.
Prelude capeeel
Mr. An drown
OraaakH. .Mtas Moryl iCenw-orthy;
choir director, Mr. Ottorlea Andrews.
Simday school at W:l a. m.: chrls
tlar ISndeavor at T p. m. Tlte public
cordially Invited.
Congregational Church.
Corner Uroailwtty and Coal nvoiiue,
Rpv. H. Il Tolbort. miiilHiui. Sunday
acnoot, ;i ia, u. H. Llthtfow. aiir
iliituiiihiui. a cordnl Invitation Is ox
tomlMl to all to attend thla survloo.
Phi nuts are remlnilitd to nt lunat sund
the childien ir thoy do nut t-otne then
olv J'rtmolilng Htrvlcoa at It
o'oliHli. Cnptalit Wundol of the Huh
vHtltm Army will occupy the pulpit
Ciiine and hear him, his massage will
ho helpful. CliilKltun Htuleuvor tit ?
P ui. Nu ovuiilnt; sarvloo during the
iiiuiiUi or AuKtlil-
Pollnwlup: Will Ini the mimical nmn
hors ut tin; morning hoi vIcii
Oigflii I'rolude "Proliulo et Otuitt-
lani'" lloiiBsouii
Solo O, Jlyuc TlitU Am Wunry"..
HrHCkott
MIhb Mnr fin rot Pianklln.
Ofrortory "Iiitfirnuaao" . . . nnllnarts
Solo'Tllo Jinlgnihnt l)gy ' . . Stuilley
ley
John 0. CSnttld
Poe:tllido-"Fliiiilo"
I'Vhiu k
l!iiilit (Jlmreli.
Corner l.sad ueaflilo ami Broadway.
Jea,. J. 1 1 it oy an, aatr.
order or swvlaos;
MOltrtlNa.
Orson Voltintttsy,
Doxolopy.
InvnoHtion.
Hymn No. e?
Annn'tineoniatua.
Morning OffhrlliK.
Holo by M.Ih I'rSlt.
Prnyor.
Uopniie by (3 It sir.
Hymn No. HIT.
Comiiiutilnn mudltatlon; giitljool,
"The liraali or Llrn."
coininunlnn.
Hymn No. 10.
KVIIMIMOl.
Ilymp No. II.
Hymn Nu. ID,
invoonttun.
rlpturo Le6n,
Hymii No. ifj.
Aiinoiinuetijsiit.
Ifvoiilitg orforlltg.
Prnyor.
Duot Mis Prttlt a ii tl Mr. Whits
hill. Hornion hy Pastor: Subject- Self At
tainment ror RarvlBO."
fioloMliifi Pratt.
Hymn No. 290.
Iloncdlcltoii.
Fashionable valllnna and
handker-
chiefs at give-away prices
Monday,
Golden Rule Aurjutt Cash Sale,
PRISQNEftS ATTEMPT
10 BREAK JAIL
Three Men in the Florence
Look-up Dig Through Briok
Wall But Clever Dooeptiou
. is UnmasKqd by Deputy.
Tiieatiu. ArU., Auk :. -ltobfitoii
McCoy and I.yntait wore nearly sue
oessftil In dltlKlhg their Way (o free
doin lit the territorial prison at Plot
eitle Inst Weolt. The liietl iIuk mil
the tnnrtnr aiWl si u Hod cotton lit (In
tnlci-sllcps to ddelvx xiffleers, Hut tin
deputy warden dhrwivprml ihelr trleh
iierote it was ton Into
Leal week. treir Deputy Hlnrpjtt
li making the munUfr of a corridor
iu the prison he observed Mtiitll mii
llciea of mortar on the floor. Iiiveili
tlatlldil vhnwed thai the first In Vet
of brick trom the inner wall hud
been removed,. To assert In who the
would-be Jat bleaker were ain
nott said nothing, bat kept watch
During tin- thret. day' watch h.
earntl that Itoberiwon end Mct'nv
were actually doing Ihe work am'
that W. J. Uyinau waa coiU)!untl
about tin door. Lyman wi nnt sppu
partlclprttlnt ;n dlgalug thm-igh the
wall, hut Deputy JMimott1 mtspiplon
were aroused ny s pi,-ence oeu thi
en, suttee ! r en mack of til tlmi
kn.iik, nmii--if in pwii-in in a
I., i pe-jHin i I'll y.t oy f ia - appi'.a-1.
i nyotie r- m it.e oji'c
A hole Ian . nongh io ad' if f
the paamge of a man waa hIihohI
through the two-foot brick wall when
the deputy walked In at an opgortum
time on the prlaoner. catchlHg th
at actual work.
i trefoil) preserving parts ef tin
uler brick when not working, tht
patched up the openhtg ao aa lo il
moat clialleiige detoctloa. Cotln
taken from the ma Ureas of a b .1
vtaa used to Imitate the whit mor ar
between brick. Common stick w.i
lived to dig ami pry ul the brh k.
Robertson anil McCoy arp thnngh'
to have t-econla In th criminal world
The are the pair that was raonil
arrested at Murtcopa for burg'!'l.
and, escaping from the Improvm -1
Jail, committed a slntllar offense j
rorc being captured.
Thorp ia sltgHt elmnee far tlwtn t'
nvold appuarlng before the oojrt i
1111111 county nt the October tartti.
PERSONALS,
Mr. .Mac .1 (Irovr, who htm honti Iu
Albmuernu, ror several dags ekHliog
niliitlvo. left last night for i:i Paao
Mr. .1. 1. Itrowit and dnughter of
North Wnlter street have returned
from u. vucatleu trip to Whtlpomh
uptntg.
C. .1. Thurbcr of the Occldsiital u
agency force has returned from a mio
cerul business trip In the north of
the territory.
Tho. II. Outrun, a woll known nt
toriioy of Stinta Po, wu In Albiiipipi
quo aovsnil liourK lust ovtining on
loittc from Soourro to hla Iiohiu.
J. P. Houior, ii awcesaaful Now
Yoik grain broker, who la sojourning
! witaeaaed the Iiullau dances at Santo
; Domttian
I
( Horn. August R, tsil, to Mr. and
Mr. J. P. Wolklng of 1 North
Hoventh street, a daughter. Mr.
Wolklng before Iter marriage waa
.Mis Winifred Haydeu. Mrs. Wolk
lng is a dauxhler of Mr. and Mr. A.
V. Hayden or North Waller street.
Altgutlou, Whlto UltibonsrR! All
inwitiliorH or tho V. C. T. I', ate re
iltioHiotl tu attoiitl the funonil of ou:
tloptiitod alstur. Hollo Stewart. In the
! I-ontl Avuinie MathodlSt olturch ut -X
ii pluck tomorrow tifternoon. Hy oi
dor of tho pioHluoiit, Mrs. Pitt Hon.
Mr and Mrs. C. W. Kun Imve re
e ivpd a telegrnm from gsattle, Wash,
.inuotincing the death or their grand
son, tin- year and a half old baby of
Dr. and Mrs. tl corgi- Kuns. Dr. Kuns.
a former resident or Albunusrttn ,
Dow a promtueiit phyaician iu Seattle
will have the symntithy of many Al
buquerque friend In 111 sorrow.
Mrs. Prank A. Murphy of sis Weai
lend avenue, chaperoned a crowd oi
young girls on a day outing along
the latiik or the Itle tlraude hisi
Thursdiiy. The Hurt wa made uarlv
Hi the morning and tbe return trip
to the city after aun dawn. Well
filled lunch baskets provided by Mr.
Murphy furnished entertainment fru
the youngster nt the noon hour.
Those who partook or the hospitality
or Mrs. Murphy snd her two daugh
ter. Cecilia and Krone, were; Mar
tare t llenuoaey. Margaret Ooaareve.
Margaret Lewis, Margaret Meiatogsr.
Kitthtrliv Keleher, Itoaalle With, Vic
toria with. Hln Hilton.
New whs received yesterday In this
Pity to the offset Hint Mrs. llarnalltlo
llarrdp I tluilgorouuly til at her haute
In SlOBktun, Cut., and that all hope of
Hr rotovory has been abaudonad.
Jlr. lleorrup. formerly Mlse Jltlisl
Oallln, Kiou to womanhood in Alhu-.
MHOrnii. gradnatrd from HI. Vtoeent's
UKitiamy. woa mnrrlod nntl resided tu
y8 ally till nhoui two yoar no.
Purllttps no young woman la more
1iitvor,sly loved and estasniod by ln
Otil peflDjo. Her mother, Mr, Knto
Clfltllh. Mr. and Mrs. flron Iliftirriip,
hor hushtiud and four lltflu otUS ore
pttoont nt the hodeldc or Mrs, llear
jhp from whom tho lost roport wna
llml Hhe was dying. Tho youngest
ruiliy Is but two wccim olfl.
OIB.V1SILVL NII1III.MAV IK DVI.N'tf.
Colorado Sprint'. Colo.. Aug.
' . All hope haa been nbuii-
donod for the rooovery or Clou.
L. IS. Hhernuin or this city, He- a
cording to word from Dunham, a
rrolnco or Qiiohcc, where he
linn boon , staying ror several
4 months in the hope of recovering a
hla limillh. nunerul Hhorniun Ih
proinlhonl in O. A, It. circle). Ilo 4
la it- past comiiitindor of Hip dp-
paltnient of Colorado und Sy.
onitng. 4
s 4 , a,
Try a Herald WnntAd,
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