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ALBUQUERQUE EVIHIMQ HMUXj)t'TUEiDAY,OYllpillt 7, 1911.
AIBUQURQU EVENtNf HKMD (Buerasaor lo Tribune Citizen.) , A . ....... ...fc.., .A -ft ... ' BY Till: HHHAliH I'llllMHIIIXO OO. I'lthllslictl every afternoon eeet Buiidny at '!2I2I North tkvomt llm l, AllniiUcrijue, X, M. Kutemt m second -elasii matter Hnriti 7, 101 1, at (lie tMSJrtnfHpe. nt Alhunurnino, N. M., under Mio Art of March 3, 157. One month tiy mall. . cent Our. month by carrier, , ., , .M cent a Otio year lr nmll..... S.Vna Ono year lij- rrtrr,,,,,,T,.,.W.83 Telephone 87. now tnrr 'KKiirriiini. ' ti. Its lit Is over, end in ft few houi- r will kliow wITti nre to bo ti e nrt lutr officer nt New Mux II behooVO 11 H HOW tO pUSO BIld Mii.t ilmt the return prosperity of ur xtntt) l at far mere Importance than the jvojltlcnl fortunes of nny limn or nlir inrty. However the elm iinii Uiniilimtus, lu animosities should die with the closing of the innv nd wo nlisMliI ull remember that ur Xw Mevltmns first anil Heputiiicun or Democrat after ward. The unbuilding of thin woliileifut state it an tiliJt'Ot ilmr 10 evary imi trli.Hr heart In New Mexico. This itijr' t -nn lint he nceom dished If wo oiiitlntir to wrangle nmeng oursclvee. to indulge In littler recriminations uni in harsh denunciation of mii ncnlnl whom we bear tin other grudge thun Hie fact that they dir for fn. in ua In political beliefs. Tim man Mho will hold personal ur par tisan ndvuntnge lilKlior than the good of lilt Ma to dot not deserve thu con sldcrntioii of hi fellow men. The Herald ha foiiK'it the best It km. iv huw for Ihn success of princi ples Dint it believed to he rlxht nnd the adoption of which It regarded ok uf the utmost Importance to the pub llo welfare. The fight It now over, unit the Herald deems It a duty nhldi It owes to the public to exert all ur ltn Influence toward bringing tlii' people of the state ulosir to gether ruther thun keeping them further iipurt. The people of New Mexleo Irnve linil nltiiftothcr too much of the. wrong wirt of polities recently, and the huvo bum Inollned to take their polltli'A too seriously. As u. result, the new atnte hu Rotten noma very luul advertising. Kvvry citizen ahoiild forRi't pnlltkn front now un and con atitiite hlmaulf chairman of the mum )iirlilp commltleu or a uct-toscthcr ilub which hll tuku In every In hahltunt of thin ureal atntn. Itemetnber jour atuiu flrM, your purty uttirwardx. iton(ii;iiK' m:.MAitKAiii.i: ri.Kiiir. The practical completion by AvI ulor llodnera of hla oceaii-to-iician fllliht murk un epoch in the develop ment of the aeroplane utut actM n. new date lur thu fututv lilMoilan lo ro i ',.rd It umttrra not that the time con Bunud in thH ri'markubie tmnn-eim-Utieiitul Journey wna reuter than that Nllpulated In order for the uvl utor lo win the rich prite for which he waa EtrlvlitR. It la or eompurn tivelv Utile conaetjuenee that Mr. lieu rat will nut be called upon to pay the I SO, duo held out na an In ducement to uvlatora tu muku the uttempt tu eroaa the eolitlnetlt. The Inipirtunt tlilnic la tlmt thu conllnunt haa been eroiuied. and that tile fena ibllit or the neruplanu ua n meutia or i roM-uotintry tratupvirtutlon haa biHjn definitely de,moiitruted. I'"ur If the ueroplmie la to bo oli) thliiK more thun a toy If It la to hat . any eommerelnl value to future Kenvnttiiiua- tt muat bo uble tu ren der aubatunllal acrvice tu mankind, unit not depend for lUt la u rein on the nmuveiucitt that It furnlahea to irowla Rutllcred In Eratidntunda or In oien fleldn. llulr-ralalnic Mtunts In the praeiice of congregated thou aanda who hold their breath In mo inefttary exntallon of aeeltig a cu tuatroidie may ho nil very thrilling! nnd Innplrlnu. but the man who pluita lUlitty nlotiif over the allettt tree toiiM nnd the vait deavrt place, with tin other Iniplratlon than the dealre to Mate the way for future bonellta tx the liuniun race, haa performed n mil. h Rrenter achievement nnd will ml. a n mueh more eiiuurlnif fume. When we atop to think how tons u tiilie It haa taken to btliiR the loco motive to Ita nriaent atniro of devel opment, the rapidity wtltt which the iierni.li.tip linn udvuliccd In tho scale of tikefiilnea aeflinn nothing ahort of ntlrnculoud. who can aay whut an- othir jcar wlU hrlnu forth in Ha . u .tA.i-ll.tTtll.l.U U'llK ..-III lt. hi rt that In another five yeara It will tii'l have trone far toward supplant' Ins; thu railroad an u meant of traini Donation? The iiki of mlrarln e not pa,L It only dawned with tlta flawing of the ugc of wlenec. Nothing la Impoaatble uny lunger. A IXI'AXT I'HDDICY. The reeept deere ftf, yto litre- jear-oid emnaror or unina. appeal l I.. liU untilivi'ii. in aunnort hla tot ttrlng throne la a moat Intereattng document. If all tho babiM ware na aubmla- xlt.f. mtil niM.ti.ai.lle na flil!m'a Infant emperor, we ahould have n more jdneld. thoiiRh n leaa Interoathig world. Thla wee and uncred mlto of royitliy liua taued an eiuet, oontcaa- l. .Hififr- ..lalnliMtt In 111 ihihI mill I9B u...n ...... ... " promising I" bo vi r good for the future. "J have, oiuuy anted uon nclcntiouly." ho nvwwa. "and in th IMerent rtr tiio peopie, ii, mnlti nitllmln nn Ihn nfart nt n three-ypar-ohl tot, mperof though llti oe. lie gin- luriner nnu .ii..a inin imilliT of tiiMlneaa and fin.ui... "In air ralluiiv nflalr otie vvlioni I lria,ted tlet'elved me hut I lilatuff only mywXw' What a prod igy Anil fltmlly. Hip I'Ule aoverelgn lainutita Ihe fact Ilmt "Hie apirita of hIiio emperors dead d rne are o vrlevmj over IlieaM jikthl nullatloua that they nro tmkblo t rllh tht Thus haa the tfn spoken; ami With a, lack of hwmii Vkat beconiea kilmiw wUiollc, tW I'roeltt wntioM I Tjre Km r.mln Uam the Hp or ttm ruler him- aeir 1'iHir little If atiitn-TiltlM' llo may nt Inut haiv. nnd la nn in the faet that he iDiilcratn nln no mot a of nil till i tumor nnd blnmt-tpiuitiK thnll all) utlier baby thv world nt-niiid. I'hliiit ban no enipi-ror In renllty. Ii la not ii Kovfrnmeiit bv momirrhv, imi, i hn well been mi Id, " xoern ln nl ) ritlMl." Awiliut thin rpglmn the pr-ent revotutfjin la dlre'lfd It m more than n rJjclll"m iiRnlrmt ii IHirttettlnr djiiBfly nd n particular hcIimiu" of iruverniiienL It u Ilia re bflllnu of an RWitkenlnK peopls, HRHiimt the durkneM ntiil lanoriinee of ii detiil Hit. 'I III! I,IIHM ol'THIS tAMI'AKiN. While It l yet too er1 to nlve nny definite returna Xrein the eleetlotl, the indleathiiw ai thM h.tnr iotnl to a iveeplna Mit'.rv fur liepuhiraiiti prln etpteii nnd unprwilofiteil innjorltlea tor tne entire iiepaounin iioki. Tture in imthiiii; In thl that ahniili nirptUe the tliouRhtriil voter Who haa tHincrVed the tieml uf affair fit New Mexico during: the Inut two month. The loide uf thl grant atAte ore per hap more typteally Atncrlenn than thoae H uthn ainte In the union. And. tii American people demand ftitr pUiy ahorr all thlnxt nnd in all thtnxa. In politic the mutt or the jMirty tlmt would kailn their attpport muiit nppnni t tnem on mnltera of prlnelple and muat convince them o( the anundtirn of the pritiolplea oil whlfh they bime their npfieula for eon. Ililenee. The Uemortk' party In tliln cum lialKn would lm atood it much but ter ehiinro for aueceaa If It hud borlio this great truth hi mind nnd hud uone beforo the p opt- in u dveent and iIIr. tillli'd Ul'ii'unaloii .r the principle on which their part) stand. Mud an ft VIIUIplllK'l wuipuii In lolisa to A " Impplly l"B ial- Jfu longer cult pol lllolulia delude ihe oter or nny rep rcsentatlve porllon ol thin srent Amerlcun coiiimonwculth or becloud llulr vlalon to cumpaluit Ixeue by upptallnx to tltvlr perwinut prejudk-ea itiid iniMaluiia, and uoh an appeal will Invariably meet with thu allnulnir re buke that It ilwcrve. It la to he hoped that the remit of today'M election will drlw home to Ihc liemoorutlo lenders the wholeaomo Irainn Hint It iloean't juy to wittte po litical war with mud us their oni' wiiipon. They could more eoally have perauaileil thu voter of Jicw Sletieo to ehdorno reo wool limn lo endow their dlirriiiitahlti cnmpulRn methodi. The atendy stream of irulsht Ito publican Imlluta that hag been pour Init Into the boxc all day nre sum elent proof that the party la ptauty t.rf.it rr.iilvn i.nmieli in ault ttnv tte- liublleaii who la not conaumcd w(th of- lice-Itch. The Journal-Democrat ended juat where It atnrted--ln un amaxd In- iulry ue to what the people ure Rolng o do about Ita Idiotic c&mpulgn 01 filth. tr I Im tinnnt.. u'notd imlv unrt the fly na hard n the votera are awaiting the blue ualioi touay a aerioua men ace to the public lienltli would soon be eradicated. aii.. II. ,t Kunli ln. S' M .' will be the proper Way to mid rex mull tu II. O. lluraum utter jantiury There waa no Retting, around the! lux-receipt, nno inn uiui;-iiuiihi uh lencrnta nre Juat heglnnliig to reatUu how few they lire. It la to be hoped that Candidate Mc Donald' "gentleinett" boaa will not throw him out of hla occupation after hh defeat. The feeling of the Democrat nnd Itn.l.it Imnkcra today are acverul ahiidea bluer than tho ballot whloh la noluir ilown to defeat with tlium. Mild and filth will not longer be faaliloiiable na campaign weapons uf tcr today' election. After Tom McMlltln takea ihurge. the Ilernullllo county Jail will be n tuft place to keep prl-oncra. Thla U tho day to awat tho otue ballot. 'ELSIE VENNER' HAS ANAL. OLOQY IN REAL LIFE. (Arliona (Jazcttc) A boy waitilerml ulniloualy nloni? the llliick Cauyon toad, about twu mllsa nurthwett of Phoenix, Monday iivenliiK. Uuik wna falllnK, but ttu liny Hcemoil oblivious. Ill hare feet atink into the chuck hole cnuaed by thu ralini. but ho did nut koviu to i-nrc. A buitsy caitio alonj;. slopped, and tho driver liniled tho boy. He did not nnawur Herno Vaughn of I'lioonli was In tho buggy llo picked up I ho boy find brought htm to the shorirrn tuiicc, where he was ncid to ho claimed by IU tutrenta. Attached of the ahcrlll'a ofMIco know tho boy. He haa boon In before Ills namo Is Tcodorct Hull. Ill par ents live In IJjoenlx. Homo years nao ho wan Mitrn by a rattleanakea Sinro then ho linn lout Ihe power ot Miccch and lm been subject to peculiar mood 8 which appear to bo nioit marked during tho I'crlod of the year carrot ponding to tho tlmo tho boy was bit ten. At theso timet tho hoy rum away to wander about the desert. Hla deem lo bo a dual personality ono controlled by normal human rcaaon. the other awayrd by the feral Influence of IHe crotalua. Bunivlna thu deadly atlng, he yet ht become Miifflclently lnculatod to tucctnnb morally nnd iBlnllectnally lo the ef foci. t aecnia that hie frail joudk conatitttllon wnt tinoble to throw off tho poUon and tho blood hat. of course, infuted it Ittlo tho vlutl or gans of thu lirula. IMycimlOBlcal, itnd phyBloloalenl In Jerett Kttnrli to thla boy llnloro he wu bitten he waa nt normal nt any boy who unawor" the acliool bell't rlnir- Kow. when the peilod of the ennkollto drawa near, a atrlktag cbBHKo I maulleat In hint. iln eyes tuke on a iilnrclnic. tlrango tx iretlo. He ele uym every oi" porliiHlty cwnlNXly to ecaue hit )r eiitV vUHitnre nnd flee to (he desert. At ihct time ho kt a BMHtUt lor lileklntc tip loads and htic.t Tho Un jitilso to K't awitv aeflim o'iiowrr inn. Thwarted, lm sometliiii j iietiuui Violent. Doert ho Reek the eoinpanlonship or aiialte during those wattilerltiK No body Know, Yet lilt cafe leiiiinda olio uf tho weird atorv or Hlcle Veiinor. n victim of pre-natal atiuko lnlliieiice wr unver Wondcil llolmia has writ ten ii mot renin rKtihlc charncinr mud), imaed iiion tho atinn of a cro labia. Buffered by Klulo Venner'a mother Just befoto Hlalo'a blttli. Illsle Vonner waa a dual personal ity In tho winter month her ' liu.imn perHtmallty waa uppermost. Kven then, UiourIi the lived In n aon of dull torpor- tho aeuaon of the j ear when the anakti U dormant, 'nwaitlng tho awakening from thu winter aleep If it aertienl muv be ail to tieep. on It never erases its evea Hut uliim lltn U'l.rta &iiiniiirM miiii Wuri (o tiling out Hie hloaroimi, nnd ufler i lie earth hud lost II a winter "bill. Illsle Vonner waa n dlfferniil Kill Her oyc sparkled, alio rudiajed .v.n .ii.jikj. aim uigiii nner ihrIh iie wmilil spend In h ramuastle rave alio nnd fitted up In the moun tain, where the Hitler held forth. Hlle f'Oiild M II till Un llielu ulili Imr glance llefore her they teemed to iunii Klsle Vernier never ouIkiow Ihe aiuike liillueinv. Her blrlhiiiaU; waa n rlrclui of rattler uround fief nook, the color of which flowed nnd ebbed iiernrilliig to Hit. lrl'a atrnnge mooda. who roll In love with a man .find her love fought n battle wlflt tin) atmke Intlueneo. Mive won. bill the battle st Illsle Vernier her life. Hhe had to die to rid her moral nod physical elf elf of the snako Influence The little fellow nt tho court house Ih not marked iik waa Klale Vonner. Only aaviiuia could tell whether a r.nako bile nt u lender nge would lirlnir about effect a hinmfiil a those of n pre-nntitl Inftiieiire Hut In n tonne the eases may be a;iul lo be niialoRoua, The -ffeca, while perhapN not exartly Ihe same. uinv he said to differ only In degree 3 WITH STUDENTS Charles Townsend Copely of Harvard Gathers All Olasics and Creeds of Undergradu ates in His library, That the modern collego profexaor need not be ft dried up old hook worm, who Is hated by hi nunlta. hb the substance of nn article by J. (J. Heed In tho current number of the American Mngiulne. Mr. Heed aays: If you climb the south atalrwuy ot Ilollla hall, ono of the ancient nnd honorable dormitories of Harvard. some fiaturday night nfter 10 o'clock. you will find 1'harlex Towtucml I'opehmd In hi room tip under the root ny tho side of u "sea coal fire." ft ml, overflowing from chair and aet- tie to the floor at hi feet u urowd of unileriiradunti. There are ath letes, editor of collego pnner. so cialist. alheUta, Keutlemeii, social stars and the leaser orbs who,, light I hid under the college bushel. It is a wonderful room, lined from floor to low celling with bouka. The broad mantel and thu littUi wull apacu are covered up with signed plcVues of great people that you read about nnd nil the lung genera- Hon ot boys whose friend lm lias been. Over the door Ih u horseshoe and u bunch of rowan berries. The uiily light Is from the fire, perhaps it candle on the manlelpleee, and the reading light to the left of the fire, where sits the little muii, intermin ably smoking nn Infamous, brand of cigarette. Hverybody talks of the thing nearest hi heart: everybody find himself ulcrl, quick, almost brilliant. Mturtllng theories are ex pounded, uml strange system ol plillimopliy. One tells of rowing, an other of throw lug the hammer, of "purlieu ' In town, of clubs mid books and collenu polltli. I don't know whether the Utile, man Is Interested tu theso things, which he has heurd from so many classes, hut tie evi dently loves the spirit of youth that Is In them, Indeed, ho once said that, If eycr ho were nut away from youth, he would wither up and die. Assistant professor of Kngllsh. Charles T. Copcland I known as "Copcy" by the university and by hundred of graduates, and Ihe nick name shows how muoli he Is loved. Hut there I o ono at the teaching force more feared and respected than he. Phone 1143 319 Wwt Grill At. THE NEW MEXICO CLEANING & HATTlfKi COMPANY VOL'R CLOTHING IMrrter MU .Kcpajml. youit fiVIV I'Jther Bei Craned. VOUIt SUIT Klllier Sex youit HAT niher Res Ito. jatfeit or HfeeLiil, yoim or.ovKi, xpikiie, cur- htm, i)rfth Made llko new, H ANITA HV f KKKSKi:H iHMtJiau mucus 'e COM 1W a Hit Jtehcr UwmU. I'KOHn' Ki;nvirrM Pi s ORPOPULAR ACCIDENT SAVED . PULITZER F LIFE AT SEA Famous Journalist Who Rev olutionisl jrfewspapor Bus iness Came Within an Ace of Being: iMbVering Whaler. Taut mere iieetdi-n saved the late Jocipii I'ulltirr from tho Inslgnin ciiti I 1,'v of a common sudor In the 1'oiur I'tions fur th. great work that he ueviumpllshed In r vulutlonlslng the hewsoiiper world, Is ths .nterstlng ln formation glVfti In .i history of the man life by Arthur llrlsbuue, himself a iitiiMiH' Usurp In American Journal ism. fnv Hrlsbune J one .n Hulltxur w.is born a little more l hu n ftu year K" He lived In Hungiin until lie was I? year old. tuir or tit relatives Is I'rof. I'nlllser or Vienna, a distinguished scientist. HI father wua u college professor. his uncle were 'offloet In the Austro? Hungarian army. The Infantile I'alilner. nger 17, tin. uglit that lighting wa tlta noblest huiwuii oeuupatloii. When he started for America Ills Idea wit to go t Mexleu and get to lighting 111 the army there. One of Ills relatives wns or had b.-eit a Mexican army officer. He landed nt Ilostoii and came from there to New York. He was then n lank. ban. powerful young man with. u smooth face, long upper Hp, lung. strong chin, very' high top-head, clenr lino . unlimited nervous energy mid a freedom from accepted Ideas, froni accepted belief In tho Import aneo of property, vested rights and so on. Hhli'h made It possible for him lo beiome, first, a useful, successful Journalist, and. second, a very rich man. On his way .over, young I'ulitxor talked lo aaltors, nnd hi nbsorbnnt mind made him believe that hit fu ture was an octari life. 1 v.... i --., ......... .1.1 I.. . , I.. Ik. The Mexican army Mexicans fight iilioui noiliinf; in arieuiiir-iu:u .ii-i w, himvuih . ,..v. ......v to the distance. He landed on Amcr cr.ssful, us wo the Now York World lean shores, saw the atrugglo for a, later, by attacking Injustice, by re mean living, was thrown with men I fusing to recognise the claims ot the who knew n much about his mental rich to especial privilege, by working processes and unlimited Ambition an. honestly for the great moss of tho they knew ot trigonometry, and he people who lived In the condition made up his mind to go hack to sea. I from which I'ulltxcr had emergtd, Ho applied for and secured and ap- thanks to tho favor ot heredity, polntmcnt on a whaler, a sailing ves- Joseph Vulllicr wua 3 years old set bound for a Uireo years' cruise, when ho had made a. national reputa to Iho north. tlon ua u public speaker and as tu Here you may observe how good editor. Hi. had, or thought he hud, men are providentially saved tor lm-'nll the money that he wanted. Hla portent work. (&t. Louis newspaper brought him lu If Joseph l'ttlltier had got aboard nn Incomo of I1S0.00O to J200.000 n that whaling; ship, he, might boat this 'ar, and ho decided that ho would duy cutting blubbr;ef . whale In the , "o abroad, as ho had done once be. neighborhood or the north" pole, or, fore, to study nnd gtvo hi brain rt more probubly starting n mutiny to chance to make up for the time Ito execute a captain guilty of treating hJ wasted lu purely material achieve, his men cruelly. ' imenta Hometlilim went wrong, and Joseph Unfortunately for his own physical I'ulltser fulbd to get the bvrth on the comfort and fortunately tor the world Whaler. i At this time lio could not speak one word of Kngllsh. Hn spoke German uml Hungarian, and he knew how to read Latin. That was his equipment for (Haling with America. He learned that war was gotns; on lu the United States, that some of the men who did not believe, lu slavery ,i.i.il.. n..in. .ih,-, .1,., ,i,i belh-vo In slavery. H Joined the r.,,s,l,h and perhaps ruin lib. eyes, ttl my ot tho north and served In the !,!au' "V ' combination of cuvalry until th war ended. ,'r,a nHWr work In the daytime tri,, fi.i,,r. i.i.i..eir,.. ,,i, und reading late ut night. While Jo- writes lite hlstoiy ot Joseph 1'ullUer. "one of Amerlca-a great editors." wilt. probably dwell on the fact that I'ullt ser Wu present at the buttle of Get tysburg. It scorns to me that other things nro more Important than this war ree. ord, especially threo', things, Klrst, he cleaned ilile own cavalry homo and at least ono other horsu be. longing to nn oillcer. 'Here he learn ed a good deal about the reality of life. Kocnnd, ho rnme In contact with a whipper-snapper nfflcer, hrutal to hi men. This oillrer needed a lesson nnd he got It from I'ulltser, who knocked him down and was arrested to bo helil roi court-marllul. dnu day un old aener.il of Uenn.iu blood was hunt ing around far somelady who could play chess. Hv wus I old that a young Hungarian rumen I'ulKscr, under ar rest for Milking un qlMccr, was said to be alilo to play chess very well. I'ortutialely. to this old general ehes seemed more Importnnt than court-martials ,nnil he had l'ulltzer brought from his Imprisonment to play the with him. He was so untaxed at tli. youHf man' mentul force that thn court-martial was patched up and Joseph i'ulitxor wns never tried. Tho old general deserved credit In view ot the fact that he nvef won a game. At tli" end nt the war Joseph I'ullt. xer had added to hllorldly posses tlont) ft limited knowteAg-e'of the Eng lish languugo and two or three dol lars left over front ttkt TaV He tried 10 sleep ln the eity halt park, but wan disturbed by vigilant pollcomen. Then 11 kind hearted fireman allowed him to alfep In tne furnaen mow of the French's hotel on I'artt Hw. Before the night wu over aamtliedy else who came an duty turned, hlw out of there. Ho afterwards bought French' hotel, tore It down and h-iHi the present World btiltdtng on ii file.. Hoon after the waf he. went west to HI. I.otis. Travelln W different from what It Is now, Icoplo crossed tho big muddy rlvr( Ih ferryboats. I'ulltxer had ho moHeyto crws. Ho offered to earn his pssgo by going back and rurth n few tlwes and work ing as fireman. His big muscles awl force of wljl made him verj gnoHreiiiuii, and ho was persuaded to stayett ihe boat at good wage for imH. ltufore hi sucessav Joseph Hulltxer did nil Veissi it wprk, and after his success be hi wa proud of this early xciirk jiajVfJ Wn way. Me lenrccd by actus) eHf Ivace that DrPmCE'S o n k NONBramER Made froni Pure, Grape Cream of Tartar SurpASM ytryi otiMi baking powder ,ln miking drlicicut, hlthfui food. i protects the food from alum. It la worth white to help the man nl, the bottom. He did not tell others about It after Ihe fashion of the usual self-made, badly-madu cttlr.cn. Hut ho told hi children about It alnuys uml Impress ed on them tho fact that whatever they got from him they owrd to hl.i capacity to do hard work honestly when hard work fell lo hit lot. Joseph l'ulltzer won rt member ot the legislature In Missouri a little bo fore he was 11 year old. Throughout his life ho absorbed largely the Idea surrounding him. When ho was a hard working young Journalist he wu extremely radical. Carl Hcliuri was tho editor ot tho Wcslliche l'ost, on which l'lilttxar was rt reporter. Very often when n. man culled upon him Curl Schuru would soy; "Hcforo you go 1 want you to .he most Interesting- young- Modal ,t In America." and ho would say to the boy: "Ask Joe 1'iillUcr to como In here a minute." Mr. IMllUvr's great success wua the establishment ot the lit- Louis X'ost Ulsputch, which ut thla day Is the htust sucacssful newspaper In the statu . " Inf IM..it,l-l nl.n U.IU Mutlu ,! wuivii nerua tiguruun nnmcra, jv soph I'ulltzer'n plan were changed. Ho saw the opportunity of purchasing the New York World and establishing rt real newspaper In New York city. No reut newspaper existed there at thut time. Hla doctor warned him against un dertaking extra work, told him that violent uuort wouiu urea lip 1113 't'" heen building up """"i-J'vr u , i material succtss, he had been finish. Ing, by personal isolated study, tho education which hud ceased when he was 17 year old, Joseph I'ulltxer disregarded tho doctor's wurnlngs and suffered ac cording!)'. He lost the sight of ono eye entirely and almost the entire sight of tho other eye, so that he waf ut the time ot his death practically a blind man, unable to rend at ell ami unable to recognize hla own children except by their voices, In return for this sacrifice he ha established the New York World and demonstrated the fact In his day, as Oreeley had done In his, that to bo successful un editor must work for others. The World has done many things under Joseph Pulitzer's management, and, like other newspapers, It re hearses these occasionally. Most ot them nro utterly unimportant, as tin Important as tho wars uml conquests of mites In a cheese. The real thing that Joseph I'ulltxer did through tho New York World was this: For yean ha persisted honestly and sincerely against tho special rights of apeclol classes. He aucuinu lated and enormous fortune, and ho used his newspaptr to teach ttnd hi renders to think. He taught them especially to be Ileve that the Declaration of Inde pendence wo founded on reality and not on an abstract theory subject to tne review or a banking account. Of all his ntwspaper achievement one stand out that is especially and romantically Interesting! that fa, the control of the Issue ot United States government bonds. It was proposed by the government of tho United States, with Oovcrne-r Cleveland as president and Walt street Interests as managers, to sell govern merit bond far below what proved in oe their actual value, Joseph J'ulllser, who a few years before wa landed in Hie mited 8tates n nennlleJw boy, Ignorant of the Kng llsh language, Horunt of American purposes, checked this scheme for robbing the government, He declar ed that tho bonds were worth more than the proposed prcu of Issue', and to prove in. aiHceriiy ne orrcrM tl.uvQ.QOO In gold for those bonds: nt the higher price, The yuiMsT boy who had oom pen niless from Hungary, by the real forces of jwkllsHy M Hnety segu- laieo tne control ot iisxien ntaies n nances, at ict for, steert re. AM SALESMEN REFUSE TO GIVE TIPS Commercial Travellers League Issues Ultimatum to Hotel Keepers Warning Them to Stop Feeing Nuisances. New York. Nov. 7. A now cam pnlgn against tipping In hotels, res- tuurant and other places by tho traveling public un luunehed when 1'. V.. Howe, president of the Com mercial Travelers' National league, Issued an ultimatum to owners and manager of hotels that tho mem hers of Ihe It ague would withdraw their support unless tho tipping sys tem Is abolished. Included In the plans of the league Is the erection of n building wherein traveling; salesmen may display sum- plea to prospective purchaser with out being compelled to use hotel ae ccmmodatlons and to pay tips to at' tendantu, Mr. Howe sent this letter to till hotels ln nil large cities ot the coun try: "That part of the public compelled to frequent hotels Ita wearied of the Increasing nuisance of the tipping system condoned by the hotel pro. prlctor. "Tipping is nn unpopular and un- American development ot foreign or igin that never should have taken mot In this country. "The traveling men, forced to ac tion In self protection, fully aware of the fact thut Increased expenses mean decreased salaries under pres ent business condlthins, finding' only one wily open to show hotel proprie tor they liuve under-rated thu depth ot public senitiiienl ugalnst tipping, plan tu compile lists ot private houses where transients can get rooms. "We mean business, but as your members have felled to gauge prop erly thu depth of aentlment against the Iniquitous system of tipping, we will withhold definite action a reas onable time, and If there Is no change no power un earth can prevent our carrying out our program ut lepris- al." HlllousT l'eel heavy after dinner? Tongue coatad? Hitter taste; Com plexlon sallow? IJver need waking up. t'onn's Itegulel cure billons at tacks. 23 cents at any drug store, "Whnt on earth do yiu keep clap ping for? That last singer was aw ful!" "I Know; but I liked tho style of her clothes nod I want to have an other look ut them." London Opln Ion. Evtry Wmhn iMAftV&C k TIM Vta4 ftyrtfrt. aWI"' WflW CsWV Wilt . n lf.).flMMt mstr 2TSrVSX. una na tX tMd tuna Tm llhunaMS Utk MlJ. IlilrntnItBMMca. nnvni wv.f fiuti t99 twvtrfeMV rfa Ring Books! rr EsxasEsnssesB ssRwl KjtHHaHPH f mill WW Staring this trade mark ftsutd far tke Wtrn tkk style st'ltmt 1m dfrYiMi. We' liav t)im in a variety' ef riutf xtsmhiI ia flax laatker an4 stiff orTi. Iktik nlti ana nrinUf. sfMjally far tkU derief, IrayffiE HW WW Y0t,rTNatTt'ftgM'f. X. K. ' mt m COUNTRIES Sum. I ESEffi Foreign fereUry X. XQneen Gvay, of Rational Irrigation GongTM Says SixtK Gov ernments Send IJtltfiitM. Chicago, III., Nov. 7. Bvelcn governments haVe stated their laten tlon of being officially rcacscntesl at the Nineteenth National Irrigation congress In Chicago, December 6- next, to slate Ur. K. MrQuoeti Ursy ot Albuquerque, N. M., foreign secre tary of the congress. The govern went signifying their Intention to tnttlclpnte aret Argentine. Hissl). Chile. China. Co' tumble, Costa, Ttlca, qtrmany, Guate mala. Honduras, Mxlc-0, Uruguay, I'atiaiiui, 1'cru, Russia, Kalvadori Nic aragua, Venezuela. Thla I the larg est number of foreign government which have ever participated fn a na. tlonal congress nnd bears effectlvo witness to the International Influence which tho National irrigation centres exercises throughout the whole world. The delegations from several of these countries hnvo already boen appoint eo mid nro on ther way to tho United Sn.tes fat the purpose of taking part ttl the meeting. China la to bo represented by her newly appointed minister, Mr. 8ze; and tho representatives of !tutn nnd normally are already In the United Plate. Thcchange In the government of Canada has dilayed the appoint tiient uf tho Canadian representatives, but It Is expected that a. strong dels nation will cross tho border from tho dominion to tako part In tho Irrlcje. Hon congress. "flenernlly debllltatsd for years. Had slek headaches, Incked ambition, was worn out and all run down, Hur ttock Hlood Hitter made me A welt wumnii." Mrs. Chas. l'rletoy, Moot- up, Conn. The salaries ptH by Uncle Bam to Civil Service employe equal and exceed the paid In any braneh et private eommerelel life. Thousand ef sp polntments are m4m smnually. Qwitiry irt heme to jum amy dvll Service Msmmlaatlon. Write today fer ff Civil fferylee Seek. IaaaiiaiMtnBsiMl VstasiBfiA IIIUsj sit9t)TJ7ta HTVsxI' IIUUHI'lllsj sv-xStstsxNW Us(ur flUlft tmmm&t&i . Ytft. M rVA CTWf iiUt Vr7f V taw Or wrHe Ctlftttn HogsJiewtl, Ilex HS, AbuwefH, New Meslo. The movements ef tkii store will bear wataking closely this stawn. If ram time to time, we are gelng to spring seme pleasant sntyrisM i& tke way ef e-xtraariinarily big values tkat will xaean a geeil saving te ssiMsat oal bnycrs. Xigkt in ike befninc of tke Winter SeaMn. we kave a few lints of fine suits tfeeially prieeil at WW, 14.00, $,G ani every imit peettivcly an exeeptienal vahee t tke jrriee. Tkey'ra wecik mere money, We bengkt n few tee many ef sttfte. Weiave a special pLSM Mm, Witk tke iiOereei ef eHir etMteRa.nt keevsi wt frtitic te give tkm tk benefit ef ttiiig eme iking reftlly ftHMl i tkeir Tall ttttie 'nw---tfsi v. ..t. lriiil jno mil mwj wv' MANY UNCLE JUL PAYS WELL wJMawmr mmmmm. f