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ALXUQUIUQUE ETINIHQ HEXALD, F1IDAY, WOVEMBllt 17. 1111. LIFE IS CHEAP II EMPIRE Of EAST Fatalistic Feature of Oriental. diameter Makes Chinese Terrible Foes; Hire a Ma to Commit Suicide. Thf. nviM gruurnnie feature nf tli '.iiiliulo Chinese mid Japanese char n.ter (he quality Whlflh mnkNR thorn rrrJilc ii k wnlMed iltllcrs -I their j tullil yd u of dentil, soy J d. Thump eon ill the Kansas City Htar In Chlnit e. inolle. anywhere rin nought for It')'), (mill iu hit family, to jump from lvhlti)'ft mound ii nil telle the place of I .ii. uuall or li' (iimiti whsn Hit Au thorities wish lu oquse.n Rcandul, and stop, shooting W foreigners 111 Hit' grave illMrM. WhsM" China's nrwl railroad o telv, tnlled, from Woosung lo Hhnn linl, was built in IS"8 vh l remeni. tipr that K native, wIiiwd bolnsnf tugging IHi.iln nlong tint river wn (hronlnnfil by tint how enterprise, dr llhrotidywalkel In front of the train. Ill death, of course, accomplished the i)irpt f the Tr.itndnrln In start ing tin effective boycott iiftnlnut the In novation. Tlir repetitions nf thin Snc rifled nit the rtntlontil nttnr (ns they see It) iin-the YuM.Hahi l'ckln.Hnn Kan and other railway, have hern rroquent. Thr Chlnmn method nf sul clilo among unhappily bolrothed glrbi In to tnkn an overdose of opium; among men, Iho larynx l opened or the victim hnnz hlmtelf, which lout Ik tha method ofllclal I'ekln favors for tho political non grata. Tim youth of 13 to 17, gathered on the Jrayn In group of nix or tiiir on r side, doxterously uacil their foot Hi back and UW kirk ns it batlltdori-. to keep a Mhulileoock In tuo nlr for rvflr trained well for shlftlntM. Thn buys MccQl.in, klto tlylnu- In ttia port like Hnniikiinir, where thera uro over head wire of a. wo (Urn civilization, there In n luilloroui hatialna; out of all klfl(i o( dirliot jFlili and their tingtrd cabtci. Dragonai hnwki, larka nnd Jth- nrn all-rH-ol'l In thnViape, Kact-a of godi nro painted on round and ttbEong dUk. On thj xtilnon uro hnoki, blade and p&kted ground glue, DroMt aklll U hown In lh midair battlv, m the kite are maneuvered Into conflict. A hook tear out th body of a dragon, and tho wreckarl rornn to Mirth to th trreat delight of Iho aMMllant, Or a itrlng In broken, and a god rook nonrlnK ctnwdwnrd. It U comldemd an III omen to allow thn pofilon of Iho heavenly being tnl. fvanwe Into the ethereal again. A Chinmo nurm teaohei hcr.chartta .tht It U ;iuplcloun (o dream of a moun tain, on eagle, nn egg plant, it funeral, n nnako, a hortwi; or to meet a prltot tho tlmt thing upon (lie road. It I lurky lo be trronootuly reported dead, nnd a mirror hung over tho door keep away bad fortune. H In obviously om InoiiK to trip In a cemetery. When f!hl!ieu children wlh to expreiw de rlilDu, they do not make face, but catch up the corner of their tunlrn nnd utmkii them. About two hundred thousand peiirte live In boats on the river at Canton, nnd fifty thouxand nt Hongkong. It Is thu cuntotn which' muke It poNnlble for such Iomcs of llfn to occur In ty phoons, ns In tho cstHMrophc of Hep tember, 1806, at Hongkong. I lighting of cricket l a fnvorltn BamblHiK gama. The llttln combat iintn Mr" pined In straw cngr und carried to the circular miniature ring., run HOTEL GRASGE Pwfectly lieatril nlth clrtmUtWi hot water. Fircmwi sjlve 1st Hlioto atlefition to furHHC, thus litiwrtog eomfert to nH goetw. Ktcry room'wHMttfa(4 ana Rewly reiwnateii m1 TiwrnlnhM for the, win tvr traile, Ktmrkj HAhta, bk4 hmUM -tor . ertryteod y, Aa Mealipbtea I The Bunk of Commerce Allbiaafuvrquai, Nw Mlce Cimtal Mi Surplus f2QQ,000M 2 wtW ' corporations - - .. Hfci fiaAAAia.AatAAAtAaAiASIlttJlA84illtilB) BBSSBSBB iir"' si J- . W L SW ' ' T v SI .ISOUS MMfe i ! One id distinguished from the other by painted white band aero tho ,lnK rriif plonit and llxsrd sre ft I no ii,... hi i nd lift arc made whether id. i. inner n 111 commit tulride li tTlliitt hlin.elf to death when lie. ii mmlly mint llir more cilert I ' 1 Fire Hrr hullt by the more !irn i.r . r lhe Jennie n (tin bscks tit t . t ., i ri U.lik II,, m, In m.. mnA - ,,,ri:j, u IIIVIIC til' III ' ml" Mm. Hrouehr tire tnnilr ilrunk o Ihiu t may b mmlr whlrh Mv of (be r iik (ho fooimii ninct will roll wkr NEWSPAPERS SAVED IS MAI'S LIFE He Didn't Read Them. How ever, But 8Wam W Tk'cm ; Any Old Far VaYo Answered the Same Purpose , Hun Frnnettou. Calif., ?4ov. 17 rioulhiK on a I )u of ua pom. Urn tVclth, a linmrli Imntl, had ti chilly fld on tho Oakland imtunry nt I'Uht, iiln Hittiirany niKht, and' hfc.ilot nut Maul liny morr iiiivIiwiIrb on tho hfltvi dtivvtn Wi-lth Wn iiU-it u thu load of riuriilay iilornltHt now Jm pirn iU-Iiib illpiilrlifd to tlie ntlior nllo of thn buy on iho crowky kmch No. . MuKlud In nn overcoat lie wm en joying iho cxhlllratlng voysge when mililunly, nfier tho luutich kail eHlrr id tho creek, ho found hlmwlf no longer on thr Kninllnor Althouiih ho wna Ft 11 1 rented nn tho PP'ri', tho kitrn IIrIiU of Ihei launch moved nivny Into thn nlitht, and ho iearl the chUK'OhuR of iho enalno growing fulriicr. lni()ly Im crl'id as the chill blntiH of mldJilRhi cut Into hut mor row and JhcjM'ckjvnleni of the tu ...... .i.i.cuii'mxT.T'i.i. tho launch uuglojjur wiio had been busy over Ills Oircufioked back Into the cockpit and jvtjji, nmascd to 'sen noth ing oi inn great puo oi paiwr ami in companion, He put about nd reached Welth Just ns the IntU'rV strungo paper ship wn about to talis tho long dive. Thn. load had not been lashed on to the launch, and when she hit a swell In tht ereclc WeHh Knjt the-jxipers went by the board, The' young man, who resides at J30R Phillips -street was taken to the Harbor Emergency hos pltsl pnd treated .for submersion. 01,lt0Si:i A TA!NTKI' MSfSALI'. An Omalm Woman lcft Her Qimrtcf Million Istittr to Chnrtt)'. Omaha. Htsh., sliv 1. Tho iden tity, of "Anna Wilson," tho woman Wheso gift to the elty of Omalm of a ITt.Ono bulldliig for an emergency hospital precipitated much ucrlmon Ions dlst-usslbn, many persons oppos nlg Its acceptance on the ground (hat the. properly was 'tainted," has just berh I ear lied. the was Miss Margaret Alice Tint, who mysteriously disappeared from Memphis, Ttinn., In 1867, according to n story printed today In the Oma ha lee, - Tho sftino year ns "Anna Wilson" she arrived In Omaha and for more than forty yearo wnS a character of the city. Win left on rstoto or IHO, (100 wholly to. charity. Hho tiled four weeks ago. 11 'n ' For palm In tha sldo or chest dan pen a vUtve of flannel with Cbau Lort&Ua'a ftnlmeM ami bind it on ever tha seat, e pain- Tkero Is noUUug better. Tor sale by all dmeglsts. iiry rtuaheU'WoV-iils ' tm'' mor companions in tholr own struB. ftnt iil?"."t'lT.aUh,.h.?":,a ror ft wider life. Und hnvo been li8 Wait Silver Avenue Fiiit oas in tke City. and iriiftviikjitu , ,i ''!jVti ' ' ..v 1 ) ! .. Ii 4i mm OF TURKEY ELEGTHOlYSIS IS FIBE PHO FORSAKE HAREM SUBJECT OF THE f i M - " t t 1 1 Pi ii rt Hevolutfon Which Has Shaken Sultan's Domain Has En tered Into the Cloistered Vaults; Hew FrceaVm. Turklnh womon linvn bean affected KlmoKt at much nn tho men by tho rlmiiscH that hnvo ticn taking lilac In tlirlr country, limy urc showing turprltlDK nlnctlly In svniiins tiirm KfiVi-i of tho ojiporKitiltlixi loiind in now rnnilltliinn. , . Ono nf iho moHt inlurctilii.t and ro tiinrkabla voiila lit '.ilt.w revolt nf tho young TurU Hn J903 a thu ultlludu or tho womtmi (loiMtmmuno frtro Molcitatou ihoy umlyrtooii to ileljvot iw.ttktM Md Uoemn and traveled to and fro on mmIom of groat o crccy ,aad lmpoHBce, It wan Rtnted that during tho revolu tion no ii io of tho women dlnponsod with rvant nnd did tho hewnework thoiiKolToa In order to parry aplv. Wicn their imrty triumphed WBHy wo men illicardcd their vcim nnd tooit jmrt with uncovcri'd face In tho street ilenionatratlona of tho men to celo- lirnlu their new llbertleii Olio woman heailed A vast crowd at fitamboul and declared In favor of thu new rcfHmc, cnlllnir upon her wter to kIvo It their ittmet iupiwrt, whllo amoBR the nut Indratwable mem bers or the Yoiikk Turk party at Ba tmtlcn waa a wo;nan KfHduate from th American doilejfe at Hcutarl. Wo men' cluba were ateo atartetl, but Were nllorwanl Riippreed. 'After havlnR nvnlled thenwelrca of tho help of tho women, tho vlctora tin irrntefully retimed to aMUt tholr for- cmlvavorlng to push them back Into Iho seclusion of tho harem. It has been found Imposslblo to do this al together. Turkish women nro often well edu cated, though It I only wilhln tho last fifty years that It has. become cua tomary for them to read and write TH el r Uvea of ,aelUfUon eneourcKe study, and they nasa tho long winter evenings In devouring any literature tnat comes their way. for many nre excellent linguists. For many yecra past the oducution or tho upper classes ha been 'conducted on modern lines, which has had tho effect of Increasing their dlseomcnt, nnd they aro Intense ly envious ef their Christian and Jew Ish sisters. Many of tho leading Turks, espe cially those belonging to tho official classes, aro broad minded, highly cul tured .men; they, are .bwught lute touch with foreign women whew Ihoy aro anxious for their wonivnklnd lo resembla; they therefore offer but llttln opposition to (be movement for women's higher education and greater liberty which la now going on in tbo country. It i not generally known that tho TurkUh. woman is In n better legal position than her slsturs In nuy coun try In Kill ope. Shu Is economically Independent of her husband, nnd tho law obliges him to endow her at mar rlago with a separatn estate, over which ho has no control. She has the disposal of any monuy or posscs smmt that may have been her before her nmrrlngo, und as In Turkey daughter Inherit from parents equal ly with setts, this ts often cofliMer able: 8ho can dispose of her possessions as alio ilaee. She can sue Iter hus band In the courts and bo sued by tiftoj. .Iir la ..tin. , ,1 n ... ., Iwiticu- I B..V 'Ml. W.I.,, IIU.I.V keeping cxpcnsci, nnd no one has a risjftt to inquiro now it, io spetit, while her husband Is obliged to maintain her nnd her servants according to his means, The case recently brought' before nn Hngilsti magistrate of h man' whe had given his wlfo six cents a day for herself nnd to children ror niae years weum be .impeiJte in Turkey. If) fact, tho rights and pretension of tho Turkish woman are so oower- f4 (hat though men nro allowed four wives by law they rarely aro round wM more than ono, chief among tho ffsMons given holag that they do not c to put themselvea In the power of more than otio woman, It must not bo supposed, however, tht Turkish women do not suffer un der many and great disabilities. It take tho sworn evidence f te wo men to balance that of oho man, and whereas men nro permit ted lef marry thoiso of another faith the women are forbidden to do so, It was i$ctmtly announced In Knglfsh ami' American papers that a law hd beeiisfii by (he Turkish psrllament by which a woman could claim divorce from her husbaud for unfaithfulness, Had tht been true It would have been n great and far reaching reform. Tho statement, however, la Incorrect All a woman can ito under tho cir cumstances l to put the matter before n court o jurisdiction, which can grat her a separation, shawM It b CMMitikrwd iluslrsble. TM-TwsWsh HHlaHWMt could not ( iwetl a law, Tlie number of whm wIm are o4r Jg th mtntmegt ftte;Mst4Mfm of their sg Is Imssistsjg, and It includes maoy lijsjsiay tuimential For tb mk smmi tt.ii wis. tw of the MtMtitlkt ! recently revfd a JssuUotsan ai Turkish wo tmm led by Um w of fwftk pasha, tke testier of tk YHHg Terk parly, utf s4sr wt AJstm MtsA, tho PftrSl steal of hi ywstilBSifaHlamciii Tftey ompalws4 that tho leaders of tkw wsswsjsi'a mssumkt woe being m.- mey asked for the of Ow edict nbollahlns tsktlM. 1h sultan nromlsed It 4b iriMt M could to Imnrovo the f the women of tho empire. ni wmhso upoa tho graitf Httkkl who Is the hos es' tke Austrian Isdv i. tapwN to have HbeiM views cm tke sAJect. He sent out word that a was) eAWNlsd. but tle ladle waltsat Hakkl Pasha, however, would not 1 mm local Telenkono People Out With iiutrumenti, Msasar ing How-Much,Xrllay Car Eleotriaity Goes Home. riemiltH n certain amount of elec trhlt getiernjly leaks fo . the bonded Joint In the rails or tiMrollcy line, and In other Ways finds Itseir in the ground. 'tin Its return trip to the power house, nil cliclrlo enbtes and pipeM which are burled under grrund nnd not enciued In water-- tight coverings or Insulated material carry home n cerium amount of chic Irleliv. umiillv '.wllh Injurious effects. It bus been ecjlmnteil .that the elec- truiyxis caused in tin way to iho iinpnile "lid framt'N or steel hulldlngn limit I heir life to fifty tears, At nil (Vein there is no doubt thnt the elertrulyllo n 'tlon produced by this homing currrm ha tt deleterious effect upon telephone cables. Now tlephone cables, the Wg lead-covered ones whlclibohlnln n hundred or more pairs of wires, lending from that many telephones, cbt money. Kle-trolyslf makes them wear out quickly. To determine the exact amount or damaga done to them In AlbuiUcrUo by the current which stray uway from thn beaten track or thu steel trolley rslls nnd get homo ns best they may on gas pipes, water malnc, phonVtsTtitt nnd the miner als nf eti -soil,- In the object or an electrolysis survey commenced this inr ruing b. tht.Jtl-atrtlo Telephone compr,. W?" ' Wire rWer-J, It I'lsh ts In rtinrgc of the survey vmi1 . nnd should yu come uAoN him 'rvnli-d on the sldo- Miilk. iiiirslnir beiweeh his knees a small witoden box, with swaying noedlft therelndn not disturb him. II Is getting vtfltiuvtec reading of the difference fn potsntlon ot hli pet entiles down In a manhole somewhere near, nnd tbo earth. -In other wards, bo is finding out what amount ot trolley electricity his cables are car rylns homo lo the power plant. It Is generally understood thst there must be a'.nuniber or readlnff taken, to determine varlatleiirin po- tentiMJ ,py meana,.o( a ivottmeter, any as the current., running through the instrument ii.;MpiercitpuHi xpviu when there Is a car somowhero In Uie uelg'liborliood, and as cars run only every 30' minutes, Mr. Fish, has ta long JO i) nnead.or. him, When Ko Is ifftlW letting the cables he tliUSt" ttf each, guy rope on cabl Wr'cflfc'K Vire ItMe'irne. ahd then the yesults will- all Im' compiled In a big table, which will show Just how much cable deterioration to due to electrolytic aoilon. Of course nnt All electricity which uffects Ihe cnbleH ctnies from t)io trolley cars and trolley line leakage, but a 'considerable portion or It does BERHAHO SHAW IS III FAVOR OF "Dranm Withsut Action," Meaning SfillraYery 'Owa Style, is SWtd as the Only Kind Warih "While. Tendon. Nov if "Drama withoM action" is what Qeerge Setnard 8hw, lover of epigram aM'IMH-a4, foresee for the stage. He Was Just deeerl4 hi vision In n pubHe Ietnre. CertAl critics remark "Surely, becaune Mr. Khaw Is tha foiomost living xpoeL of the drama without acttott:" 'tllvo us a dratMtBT d'rKHslo,M says Mr 8 haw, 'ii. order that w may know what (ajtbe Visiter wMt modern society, "Thoro are three slAea ef itky golng. Tlio first was wheti tho fairy queen was a roaJ 'Jsry-,i Iho second was whuir'Mtw, Acef wet known for actors ikl the scenory for paint and ctmvi' t' thW wM when adults who ,sM sjrovn .set the first und gcoeHt,iiH. Aee4l tha permanent &Uxftss.e 14 draw them to tho'iWef. "Tlio ricrmiinontgAJlfttl can b provldcMi only by, OM.iemHWi of dl cuislon, ' ., Arthur lllneham Wskesy. tho mous drumntir crWMe'e the Timet, stales thah Mr m' MA mean that tho drama IvmW, iiMpiiHr; yielding plnco to M)M 4eW. "Adults," ho sny, "sMver regarcM tho fklry quoirJl rAl fairy queen. latellecttisglaWM Mw occurred except wUt eMMreg. Tlt IIIimIoa or the as mi of tke lateitect, ,lwt nf sAtsjslWs. TWo illusion wu must tsav'jss toag a w have drmm, MW At cm the Ata la 3tMto in a aHesiy Irrelo vest scttleg. M U rfilon M preWaeeg oly sgj; piiiiJiiii wltA thing that hsppen," VO fHAX 7' KiuiiHeAots Wl wM() aMsw m 1HCM4H lslT sail sabJ A IAALljMjW,BtajsjSiafeBat T- , ? ; ., BaetON. 'nv. IM SJmiii mk stMM get town fc,Mf kM wns tmy prsy," said ty!Em,fi. V, ntstn Andoyer TheclaMisM mlnry 1a ah adNress bertire a IHtVBrd attdlsno Mat night. -Thin mmt up i pru two Is an kniiMSAt eosooi,'" (t coftlliiued. "Whin yoa get Hurvsrd mjnrxiieeirniT At ir prvn ywu twe aomtiiieiiiAaj pM tM. F1ISPRP United ftatas Forastry D imrtmdrit, Which Has Don? Has Haw Flan. I In accordance With Us phtn of ex tending thn work of fire protection In the nntlomil and' other forest of the fctntn tho department or agriculture has roctmtly entered Into h co-opera-tlvo agroeinont with the stnt ot Mory Intnl. Tho foresters of tho district Of whlcM Albuquerque Is licmlqmuv tern hnvo already dono ft gref dent of experimental work In this drrec- tlon. NotaWo hmong tha things: aft compllshed 'ns been th jjertertleM Of the ortnble telephone, wk4ch t: hdntllled to bo a great nld to fire1 fighters. A co-operative Agreement ontfred Into between the United tttatee de partment or agriculture nnd the sUrte of Maryland provides for nn jkmh Jttire by tho government rf mi 'im exceed 00 during (ho y.Mtr tMHig December 51, 1911. ths sam Mi toward meeting tho expenses nf for est Are protection In Maryland. Tho areas to bo. protected Are In Alle gheny, Oarrctt. WHh4hton and Frederick coHntles. Tho co-operattvo agreement ht made possible by the terms or the Weeks law.- which con gress passed last winter. The Weeks law, beside providing ror Ihe purchase by tke national gov ernment or land on tho headwater or navigable river ror the purpoeo ot creating national forests to pro tect these river, curried also an ftp Iiroprlatlon or ison.poo which the secretary or iitriculturn might rx pond In order to protect trom flnk, In co-opcratlcn with thn states, .simi lar binds in state or private owner ship, H wits provided in Dm law that ixpcndllurc by the federal govern ment In any state should not exceed the amount spont by the state Itael' IB the co-operative work. Other Hates which have signed similar 'co operative agreements with the gov ernment nro Maine, Now Hampshire, VeisAgiit. Massachusetts. Connecticut, NW?Sisrsey, New York, Wisconsin. Minnesota und Oregon. Thi secretary ot agriculture con cluded that the most effective way to use thn nirmey available would be by requiring, as a preliminary to en tering Into an agreement with any state ror co-operative flro protection, (tint tho atattf authorities should sub mit n definite plan showing In detail exactly what It waa proposed to do. With these plans were required maps showing areas to which' pro tection would bo given. All plans submitted are caretullv examined by thW department or agriculture to see btfth that the area to We protected!! Actually forested Ism! on the head waters of navigable streams and that tho plan ot protection proposed 'ht well conceived and thoroughly prac tical, wllh an organised and etroct Ive system of fcdmlnittrntlon by cs pabln state officers. It was decided tor thn present year that the amount spent In nuy one state by tho na tional government should be limit! to 110,000. The funds of the federal govern ment will bo used solely for paying patrolmen. The state official s4et these patrolmen, subject to the ap proval of Ihe department of Agricul ture. Tho maps lubmlited to the fed eral government show where each of these patrolmen will bo located, the approximate route of patrol, and all matters necessary to a clear an tlrrctandlng of the state's plan of fWe rtmiret, .Including the leeatlon of .lookout points telephone rommunl cntlors railro.id paired? location ef Mate forest fire wardens nnd other official, and the like. In shert, thu basic Idea is that ef ficient fire protection can be. given only by tho development of a sere fully worked out4 well manned And capably offlcsred sehowe, whlsh studies the situation beforehand and makes tmtvhden far1 the mast W fest ive, dtatHMMl and use ot thw avallaMe force. Undsr ths term at tke eo eBaratlv agreement the secretary et agriculture may terminate the ev aporation at any time that he finU tt not to be conducted In a sailsfae tory Mmr ForeMry offlclel of the department of ngtiewttue will act a Inspeeter of the werk. It t believeil that under till system A (fre4ajSJWnr will he made M the ctevfkHbflt of iroed stale sistem of CGTMSfs VO WAY HW, If you suffer from backaeh From urksaVy 4kord . From Altar U of tswr HdBiys, Be Cured to May cure4. Ooan' Kldny Pill Mke laseini cure. OrAtefut jNiopte testify. KM'ft a oAs ef Hi Mf. BrnsrdA K d Batiire, J4, Oelttln m.. 8Nt Fs. Kw, Mhw- Mv . "I fcokf! a hlsjk M,sis SLj ZMaji K io ILMO WUMM tMW f)MM I suMloty reeomcsiesitM tteACs. m .MiMnr 1IT. I, ths su .thai ssr about ysar X VekW4 , , MRI, MM MS WSUBW AOTMA. MS l4tt amst Mjfg. I Un 4tr niI Ahy ssi seel .oaihI a vises mUk tg) m MsjUy FWA t. l was rti(i3U io irr lAsss. ' mi reewui srtmi Br yond a tat Mst Daan 1Miit rim live ma io ipeAAiaiinAA nu ths PsVtssqr WMHaMst s)M Md as IsrsitoWiM. eWlaiB. Mm Ttsnc. AfJa Agasa. JWtRlMMMsf UM ae skajsv "Uy wlf. eV 'Tltlsmoael U Ihe Isst word 1 tour. In car., t "The IasI woniAehT Then slw'll hAv it," gsaiilt Fol'lUlllgm. Alkdin rubbed tho Lamp andjgATe his orders Tlhe Modern Equivalent You lift the Bell Telephone Receiver and give your commiKk. m mwM mm tel. t tel ppjyry 10 MCE By Sound Banking System Iper ative to Curb Aaetaer Fania like That of 107; Fleads for Centra J Itaterve. New York. Nov. 17,"Money panic don't hurt the rlcii," said t.tndrow Carnegie today, when asked why ho thought tha United State had "tho 'worst banking system ,ln Ihe world,"( "Ionics hurt the worklngmsu. TM ileh can manage to get through a panic like thst of 1007 without suffer. Jtig: It is Ihe peoplo woo dspond upon dully earnings ror their dally biead ,Who reel the cruel burdons or panic. The, rich do not suffer ror lack or food, or clothing, or shelter, because hun dreds or thounands or American Work., ers are thrown out or employment, a they were In 1907. and ns they wore 1ii the SO's and In the TO's.f Mr. Cnrneglo ald that while no great Industrial country could, insure Itself against occasional periods of -business depression follow ing over-expansion nnd ovcr.specuta tlqii, the experience or Europe showed. Cojnclutlvoly that money panic ceutd brf prevented even In n time of wnr. "'Isn't it a humiliating thing." said he, "that this great rich country at ours tt the only clvlllssd country In, which money panics occurT Wu ihm't need to have panic any morn than wo neod to hnvo the plague. Wa, suffer from them becauso we Jievo n banking and currency system Hist breeds panics, "Heore I came homo from Abroad thkt fall, Ormany was just giving ah HtumlMtiRg lesion of hew a sousmIi bahklng system prevent panle. The same condition In New York that m hrted In Berlin a fow weeks ago would have precipitated, n panto like that of l7. 'JCngland, France and Oermany are safely secured against panle. When a crisis come, it J prompily controlled and made eomparatively harmle. How, y tpdag. the re servo oanWur power. Central bank- J'jk lu. litutlon afway iand ready 1 ro-awcotint good bustnee paper, and give legal tender note In xehan( thu enabling the bank to lean Ihe business community -Alt the fund it need, in ene week In fcteptemker the Mekhsbank Stripped the Impend ing Merlin war paile by Inersaalng 1st loam UU.efiMM. and increasing Us nk: nets Issue Vy USt,9Se,0, 'la thi euunlfy, Jn Mieh a erMe, thai whale maehlaary ef eredlt step. Ad ruin ruwa. sty, threugtiMt the bsifl world. "I am MMMillent at (he foMy, yes, $hexrMe.AlewMg our wheWcred-' it structure le be fepoed to disaster a it ww is, elfn hcaM we hve ,dteed, t fow th mp f oeher nations, by adding to mr bank lnr isyetem Whut etMtr pWiuwj thena have. vhu. u. mean of cAtotog up-1 'w merve octwiM Sy Mlewing a co-operative association of the bank to fcwde legaf lender currency in time of,- i believe there is wt awot-kcr duty so ImpiraHvely de manded s the 'prompt oreatisti of thhs reserve NwVr. Hi can ely he dehe ky th demand of the pee enprej td through 'kgtolatlM lw cofigress. ' "We spend oui time dhKUeslAg trifling iifilltical lusucs, lonying ihe entlro structure of credit open to dls Astro panic, whH nuM Ally he ohVlated -with bur tanking system provided with reserve ewr Always ready for acthw. . "We sacriacad sestnd bankUo- la tkn Clv! war lu aueeslsi h p44le eradll, wash w tmm isswiAg euerw -ad on gveMNAt tMda. - Nut ladas rwr public etedit seirlalnly uad) iim wn supimru u m iish wa eKwvest. l 'evil of hdif a wim' agw OjuW euhr1ea !, .Mkrc4u.gl. tMM ejfsr w,' jMMie; tslr dMMik; eejmnMy aw4 m nmmmto a. 9f ArltfAt X -fd'y-dMSS Ma trulM!aw. Whaa bueHis, eg. IhMdtt, there lsmor eAtlAi aa r erMtaci; aat; Om mttkw HWMAIIg AMWda; WASH ,iasepg, MKsaMAI hi ABd Ihe dUHriMAV MblMxlii U4,luu. !vaiy wdrkiAi man and wewsa Iw America about ,hav Mm; ulvalen f A1sAesgMWtMi'err AiAlnA-iirs dkaatsr .frees financial pustes, X eop,Hua bank lag renr will give UM Ineuraoea,'! 1 . m 'IS gMe ' IIS Sift - ... iREdO long Strings of Wagons Daily Drawn 1st Ils liy Ajfri oaltMralists Who Havead Frosperbtia, Year 4Setl Crrseaear le the Heratd! Helen, N. M Nov. 17. With tho passing of summer nn'd the approach if the uinier mouth the -tucrrhiini or Helen are enjoying their iwuat rush or business, livery day ec largo numbers of tho rrmer or thn surrounding territory In iho city making purchase of considerable else. KurlBg the past row months' two now general store have opened their" doom In Helen, thu making A divi sion m the profits of the busines this season. Thn new 'tflsTttutten are those of Msndell Hrether and Oebel and Hmu Mandell I If other arrWml In Helen seme lime ago from Alhuauerque and Are' new efcje-ylng u .very healthy trade. They have In stalled h new, clean stoak of general merchandls and groeerie, and nre doing well. The Ooebel store ha been In business ror year, but they have Just recently completed a spa cletm new quarters nnd have enlarged thWr stock many tlmwi ever, so that now Ihty werrj' we,A'"llh, a Id ustfAlly round lit suefc 4re;. Thasc, with the store of elder establish ment, ere all doing a geed buetnssa, Not only Is this cuts of business good, but many of the farmer ere dleposlng of their large ertpa of grain and stirslfa. Kvery day long procession of wagon coming Into Helen toadsd either Tilth bag nf grain bound for the roller mHt or Alfalfa in bale, whteh 1 shipped out to foreign market. All ot tha crop are plentiful tht year and consequently buelne 1 prapurtlen ately better. Yesterday was circus day in Helen, the Colo ft Itegers show staying herd far ewe day. Hath aflemeeM and event; there- were feoed audi ence at the performance. On aecduAt f ihe 'dltdng room train servtee ht the Harvey have hern the ferce ef emptey at that tke ha been materially increased. Mr. Wddenhern, upeHntendent of thw houee m this tccllnn. was Ih tha dty yterde" doing H In Ma pwer to maho1 lb ImhI dining mem serv ice, -which wne inetalled 'only laat ahMdan .the best obtainable, - , 1 1 , , WIN ftOOKKKKPXH, Anlriaw-K.'H., nv. 17. 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