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ALBUQUHQUS EVEWINO HERALD, XATUXDAY, WOVIMlEJl 18, 1911.
AtWWERQOE EVEM HERALD (Successor la Trlbuas Clttnn.) A mCl'UnMCAN NRtt'M'ATMR. nr rim mi.-k.uj) puhushino co. 6ly at 18-13 NerMt Cteetmd etrrf, Albuquerque, IV, M. Msrvh 7, Hit, tt the pHnHv at AHmswiHe, N. M., er Act rf warrti 3, 1 871. tir month ty mull. ...,.. ,ta cveta Om hm fir earner M rent thw year by mall.. ..M.M Oka year j earrlf. H.W f'AVINtt T LAST If the I'ltlM-no of Albuquerque hnve any fotMidriici in the present city until. the action of Ihul body lnnt ninli' should settle tlii question nf sireit .mving. Vl'lll'Jf-r(lle mil Met le allowed lu Iter behind in the clss of overgrown UlnRf which iir blind in thn ncecs lty of ;! .imgics The pnvlnt of h street ) not n iiuittrr of m nuipHl luxury, but of inimlcliml nr ceaslty Tim work simply in nut be lone If (lie city Ik to retain any sort of standing In the eyes of ihr outside world. It hn already been delayed far too Ions, and nn aroused public rrntlmcnt now demund Hint it be delayed no longer With the clly council re.s tlir re sponsibility of deciding which of tin' vnrlmi paving material suggested is tin- test null iil to the needs of Alhu- Muniue That boily linn now had the question before It for more thnli half n year, unci linn hnd placed nt Itn dls- ;ion nil tho Information that could be gathered If It were lo wait another hnlf year. So conceivable good could be accomplished by further dc luylng ncllon, for If they do not know nt thin tttnc what In the proper decision to mflke In the matter It In entirely out of the range of proba bility Hint they will ever know. They tire nccountnbli,' to thn people of the tlty nnd If they hnve made nn un wise selection there In no doubt that they will hear from their constitu ents on the subject, .Mayor Ulder Is In no nmnner to be condemned for hln veto of the ordi nance punned last night. He merely placed hlinxeir tin record nn to n mat ter of policy In no way connuctcd with the controversy an to the kind of material that should bq Delected, nnd his notion In calling u special meeting of the council for tonlKht In order to give nn opportunity for the prompt overriding of 111 veto now it patriotic wrnc of responsi bility to the people; and kec-nitp-preclatlon of the Importance of hav ing the street j?avcd without further delay. Mil. IIIIVAN'S liATi:sT. A ws to have been expected, nnd n had been predicted by the Her uld, the serious' mentbm of congress man Oserir W.'l'nderwootr name uh u candidate for- th UemoerutW nomi nation for president-lias-ruuxed 'Wil liam Jennings Ilrjiiii lo throw un other fit. In the current number of the i om nmner Mr. Ilrynn letit it be known that he will have none of Mr. Under wood, He rIvcx It out cold that the Alabama corigrcKxman In not In aym- patliy with the proletnrlet nnd Im nothing more nor lrn than n plliinl too of that Intangible, but evidently, from Mr. llryan'x utimdpolnt. very iindeslrnbl,. element known hn Wall treet. He udniltM Sir. I'nderwoiid'n ability and hla uggrelve fighting Kpirit, but coiilnndii that thone very lualltlcM make III nt nil the more dan gerouii an a ror to Him grent unwnidi rd und nn advocate of the unholy In terentN or thone klil-Klovcd monKtem who do huHlm-M on Wall trect nnd vhom Mr. Ilrynn would fain nee eat ing a crtiMt of black bread In nolltnry connnemeni behind the uteel-trum liarH of a felnn'it cell. All of which I very interesting. Jlut the quentlhn now nrvr, In Mc. I'nderwood any nor, off nlnce Mr. Drynn hn npoken hln mind than he wn bffore? It certnln that he enn not be nominated over Mich vio lent opposition m Mr. Ilrynn Im Inter port n if, and equally crrinlu that he omild not be elected If he hud chanced to bear tho unqualified endnrreuicnt und approval of Mr. Ilrynn. I'erhnp the moil favoruhlu nymphun of tlov ernor Woodrow WIIhii'm candidacy U the fact that up to tho present time he hn been ubhi to CMCiipe Imth n llryan opposition und n Jtryan ap proval. The buoyant predlctliuiM of Demo cratic victory next' ywtr which come o eritently from Umpired Demo cratic noureen ring very, hollow in tho light of the ilenKe Kbadow which William Jennlnge Ilrynn Mill tlirow vf;r hln tmrjj .Nothing Im clearer than that no cumlldntc acceptable to the roncnntlve vnMcrn Mate hn any thaneo to win Mr llrynn n mip port, which In indlxnenNibttt to n Democratic nomination, and that no landldato acceptable to Mr. llryan nn nny chnnce to carry nny of thn onmrvntlvi' enHtern itutm, which U lndUpcmuiblc to election. The fact that Ppenker Dark l at pnnnt Mr. HrynnV favorite ftir the nomination, by thn way. upeak eloquently nn to the kind of prmident that w would have if the country" were to llnten In the pleading of the thrjec-deftnted I'etirlcD I.cudr. An for Mr 1'ndrwond, tho bent evi dence, that he iibk yet given of pnii M.'Mftfng qualities of matcxmaiiNhlp tjitrt fact that he doen not hlmielf take IiIk cundldacy ncrlnuely. i,i:;aij mihahkomicv. In h recont addrcioi on criminal ktw Ufafm, Judge flmrlen A. Dc ;Htrc', of tho iwperlnr court of Mas jwehttvHK we Home commenlM on the welt verbiage employed In -UrtttfHf ImMctmcMl. In the courte of hl rcNMrk hr read nn Indictment which whm rvtMfWed in l'J"5 In n Ml mwrt JUMrHer cae. It wn no fot jiMmt , Tt f. W .mtd'Q. W., lute of tho ,4ktr Miiptti of Hmoii, i Urn nitnirtfc- mr of JMitrnty, iJw mmmfit r. mm ta nt,mimutU 'W Wm imuI Hee, In hm wwm mamty, wttifuhv, jomi. Ml(1 of mflvi MforethdtMhf, ;ftnk) fin mwwiiit, M wt)t i1ncr oiiri rtMllv eiMn, to wit, . i..li Wi.l. eillB Ht tUl'll Hnq liirr of the length af f6ilr fet. of the brea (1 th of two Inclu-H. and of the weight of ten pound., and wblrh nalil club the mild O. W. and ' VV . then and Dure In hand had and held. tin. on Id (i. W. nnd ' W did then and there unlawful!), willfully, feliitiloilfly. pretut'dllntely on pur pone, nnd of their inn lite ufore- thought. MrlHe nnd bent htm. thn nld I" P.. at and upon the right Hide of the head or him, the Mild li. I', with the nlub iiforrmld. and in- flhtlug on nnd giving to him, the Mild I!. I'., in and uikiii the right Mde of the heiul or him. the Mid K I'., one murtnl wound, wlilih fiild inortal wound wnn r the length of four Inched and or the breadth of two InchiH, of whloli nald inortal WMtind the Mild K I' from nuld nlxteenlh of Jaiiuar). 1001. the em iirnreMnld, In the count) aforrMld. until thn I'lghteelilh da nf Jaliimr). In the year nfureanld. lu the rounty nlore nld. did iRngiilxh iiihI. iiuiRulnlirng, did live, on whirl, Mild eighteenth dny of Jtiiiuar. in the year iironiuild, the wild K. 1 . in the county nnd Male nforenald. of the murtnl wound nrorccald, died, and mo I. I. i' pron ecutlng attorney, tipoii IiIk official outh no nforewald. diith irt thai tho Maid tJ. W. and r. W. him the mild If. IV. in the manner and by thn mean nfnrcMnld. willfully, unlawful ly, felonlnunly. prcmeilltntmlly, on purpoMe, nnd of malice aforethought, did kill and murder, agalnnt the peace and dignity of thv Mute." It I evident that the proxecutlng attorney who drew the Indietnient took coiiMderflhle pnliiM not to over look anything that -Ann eentlnt nnd In mo doing Incorporated u good deal that might have been omitted, nay the I.011 nv In t'ourlcr-Joornal. The cffectlvcncpN of hi labored effort in ay b Judged by the fact, n Minted by Judge Det'ouro, thnt nfter a con viction hnd bqen -.pipciired "tho mi prcme court net aclde the verdict on tho ground that tho Indictment did not elenrly how whether the mortnl wound waM Inflicted with the club!" The average indictment Im Much n conglomeration of wordu im hi re quire more or let careful Mtudy in dlMCover "what It In ult about." Tho circumlocutory method employed to Met forth the ohnrgo iigalniit the de fendant 6rterifeult fnKefeAtlng tho em! of Juatlce. since thvv lav down a 'gap for demurrer on technicalities and omi' of our high court havo vehiped a remarknble tendency for finding fly MpfCkN of error. Judge Wniorcy nay If there were no nth er objection to muc!i nn Indictment ftlimi thnt It I an IiimuH to tho Kn'g- llh language. It ought to bo abolish ed.' In that he In eminently cor rect, but he proceedM to Mhnw- that there are other and more Merlon ob jection, a "Informalltle in the form of Much almurd Indictment und variance between their allegation and the proof offered rcMUlt dally In liberating men who are guilty of grave crime." Mnit of those who have devoted nny Merlou thought to the mutter will agree with the MaHachuxcltM I JurUt that "whatever JuMlflcntloii there wn for Much technical plead ing In the day of the nuvagc penal law of Ma lougHflgOthero UJWeO: lulely none for their Miirvivnl In the twentieth century." The nupeh- abundance of word employed In drawing up '-it true bill" In the chief regMtin why ?o many Indictment fall to "Mtlek " The verbiage Im redund nnt und confUNlng and lenve open Ingn for the Mircv.il lawyer lo find a ratal flaw It would h Infinitely better ir themi matter were Mlmpll-fled-lf there were le adheretlce to the form of law and more regal d for the nibntnnee of JiiMtlce. Till! KWCATION'AK CONVIiNTIO.N The thank of the entire eit of Albuquerque are due lo the Commer cial el till and to the loenl delegate to tho annual convention .if the NVu Mexico Kducittlonat iiMimclatlon now being held at Santa Fe for their ue tlvlty and hiiMlling public xptrlt in bringing the next convention of the n(iclntlnn to till city. All hnndM are to be congratulated on the declinn lo hold the conven tion here next )ear. AlhuqnCrque. of couryc, will be greatly benefited by tho opportunity to entertain thn cream of the ncholnrhip or the en tire Mtnte, while 'the teacher will find In till progretMlvc "ml enlight ened clly it thoroughly congenial at moxphcro and fnrllltlc ror their comfort and for the Hucceitful con duct f the work tit ttn convention which could nnt be uffofded by nny other point In New1 Me.il'n at which the gathering could hnve been held. Tim Commercial club rendered vol liable uld In ncctlrlng the IDI2 con vention for Athiiiticrque and the Iluke Clly delegate were nnt lew ui'-rgellc nnd pttirlotlc In the work thnt they did ''or! the ffoor of the con vention. TIicmc good men and wo men have net an example of civic loyalty which all cltlcen hnuld em ulate. 1 The candidate whom Mr llryan I opposing for lit Democratic unuilua- tlnn next year arc InoreuMing ho rap idly In number that they will mooii Lo nb . id form an nrgntiUHtlnn of l.unierlcil Mreliglh equal to Hint of the'Aiianlft club. flntc nnd htlxgnrri on the great lake in the winter blighting hot wum tliriiuuliout the entire ml In tle HiintiAnr-bul 'Whii neeiU to he tolrt uny lunger tlmt New Mexico I the oiii) part of the coiintr) fit t live all the year around In. T,fi deciding to hold.fl next eon ven'llon lu Altuiquerfjue the New Mexico Kducotlonal iioclatlon drn nHSIrnted thai It In Comprised not only of a. body of Kcholurlv men and no- men hut of people who know a good town when they cc one. A Chlcnro rnmmli'Mon man com Pare frrh eggH In thnt clly to Jew el beyond prlrr but we do not unllcl patn thai tiny of the. Windy City ia 'den Of fanhlolt Will appear nt a uncial function with n necklace componcd nf Much Jewel. A Jlixlon clentlt hun dUcovcrcd thnt drinking bohi'm milk will de- Mrs the. nppetUw for whleky. The twtwie 1 thnt wiom people wnMlt HMr Iwvo dleMNc than thn ewe. TVnvcr Mniply tnut hv her iWiHr MCbndAl, With the Mlvdirou Hr woo( ciimo not yet forgotten,, thn Pt lefMon c.9 c.owc on ,nCR with AM promlkc of MijrpftMlng In nnrleni) e tnll anything that even Petnr. hit (fl pulled off. Tin- uueHtloii of the high t f halt player now iigliatlng the mag nate at Han Antonio do.- not mter et the general public o much IK" qimlltt of ball that they play With Uodgir Mick abed from a hl mi the benn and Kowier ntuek lu the wind nt III I'iiko. traiii'ontl neiilul avtation Im not making very rnplil utrhln Jhm at preenl. The rant that the) rarely bauk doenn't keoii m from mighty hard. Vunn Kht Kal latent to take a hii nt it rtime trying, I lh It wn ry plea'nu to hear thn tit) council make a nole ilk,. Mreet paving MM night. II begin 10 look li ir the trouble of KmnclMco I. Mmlcro, inMead "f being mer. hnve only begun Voice of the People. Kvciilng Herald: The quo hi Ion nf paving; n portion ol Albitquerqim utrccu nt tho present time In not no much ono of tho merlin of tho different, klmlit of pnvInK nn It I thai our flmi contract Hhould bo let to hlgucHt Milder for nn article of doubtful north, nnd turn down n hid much lower ror nn nvtlcln of Mamlnnl incrlt The Tcxnn company with their pnteiited lillullthlc wem the limt on tho Rfound niter It wn known thnt wo intended to pnvo nnd their agent. nag entnped among u over since. Tho firm spccincatlona drawn hy our city engineer were so worded n to exclude Mr. UnighllnV hid of I.S0 per iqimre yard for tho rogulntlon BHplmlt concrcii- paving. Mr. Iiugh Hn nt tho time did not know thin hut his ntloruoya utlcrwnnl Infornrod htm that thnno upecincatlniH on which ho bid were nn Infringement or tho Wnrrcn Itros. patent, tho result wnn Hint Mr UiiRlilhi wait compelled to wlthdrnw Hint bid. Mr. Umghlln him com to Albuquorqno cvcrnl tlnica Klnco In tho Interest of thin tmvlux contrnci. n ma also Mr. Mamhnll of Dcnt'Cr. Who renreetlla llm llnrlu.r 'AHphnlt Co.. nnd both of thcim men nnvo mpDulfdly Htntcil both to ho council and In private thnt they could and would put tm lit it llm cia nMphnll concrete navemcnt nt $1.80 nor fatinrc ynnl ' Tho council has stated all along, If not collectively, nt least Individual ly, tlmt theV would lot tho nroiiortv owner, those having the bills to pay, decide ujHin thi kind of paving they wanted. In accordance with thin generosity on tho part of tho council i pictenicu a petition signed by moro limn SO per cent of hiich property ownem protentlnff against letting thin coniraci to tho Texas company for their bltullthlc nt $2.20 when n bet ter pnvlng could he hnd for ll.SO. It weius. however, that tho council was .anJ' .AKJUK. whiL.thjy nrwnlsedjhe property owner thlH prlvlfego as their i.-iion insi nignt plainly indlcnted. Mr. .MulleiiH, suiierlntcntlent or tho streets In Milwaukee, telegraphed ate yesterday thnt tholr Inst contract was ror first class nsphult concrete paving nt JI.20 per square ynnl. This shows tlmt Mr MjiiiKlilln would have made a good prollt under his hid of $ I so. It may be very amusing to certain members or tho Commercial cluli nnd nlhern who do not pay theso bills, thai the properly owners nhould oh Jcct to absolutely giving over ln.0oo of their money to tho Warren Ilros. of Boston und the Texas llltullthic to. Of courso. .Mr. Unborn and his company will open line olllce In Al bnquernne. Why shouldn't they? Tbat I the way "big hiiHlnenK in dpne, nR JudglnK by Albuquerque en- ifipriso in getting paving, the melons to be cut lu tho (ravin; linslnen n New Mexlrn will be great. M. P. HTAMM noi.i.ov.ifoitx. on iidi.i.ow coxM:ii;xa:? Jul what the .Vew Mexico Demo rrnt ucconiillhei for tin. Deino iralle parly hy electing a governor and letting the JtcpubHean ciipturi the t'nlted State renntorhip I be yond Uf. The New Mexico Democ rao need to bo bored for the hol low burn. llouMou Post, ll!AI MAN'S KII)N17" HA VIM I'ATIKATS l.ll'U IMillndvlphln. Nov. IS. One of the mewt remiirkabln clinics In mrgery Hint lis ever been held In this city nnd the innm Intcrextlng tlmt hn been wen in the prevent visit of surgeon if thu country nnd Canada who nre Attending the clinical congreM of stir. goon or Xonli America was that con. ducted In the Methodist HpUcopn! hoeplif.i by or. u J. Hammond, chief uf Mtnir of the hoHpltnl, Involving the Irnnnplanting or ,t kidney. This op erntlon. whkdi imduded an unnMnnio mos or Joining of blood vetanl nnd connecting of vein, arteries and ,olher ducts and glnnds, wns hlRhly wilHraelory. Tim patient' recovery, the surgooim said, seemed certain. Dr. Hammond transplanted into the patient's 'body the kidney of n man who was kllivd In tin nutomoblle acci dent ymlordny iifttifnoon. CAH'T URE CATAX11K. PIlllllllCll iHFjllig, K(ITH)M HHrf UrtHllC mtve .ii jhi. There Is only one way to cure en- uirrn, Ittiich the ran-, ten4-r, In fin mod membrane that Is lafeM-sd with ca tarrh gcriiu, an)! MMiftr',lUn germs. ou can i recn lie nooK unit frevlccM wh HbiiM prepnrntlon there Is only ao way breathe thn nntUeptlo rcmn ktltlH nlr of II YOMIIf (prnnouHco H HIh-o-m) direetly over tho tM-ftMM fisrlM. HTOMMI ,cpttlns no opium, or. nine or oihtr harmful drug, it t tnaite ff Autrntlnn sucalyptu. thy mol o4r Usterlan ut)tlptiis, n ( mwwis4i'H to the mberv of cftturrk, ftsthfHii, croup nnd bronhl- ti, or iifcy back, Ak J. H. O' It Idly about the II V OMKI outfit today He sells it for wily Ili4 ana gunrnniers It, THIS MAN HAS BEEN IN PEN 52 YEARS Now He Wants to Oct Out; Hns Served Longer Than Any Prisoner How Living in United States. Hartford. Conn.. Nirt If John Wnrrcn and Kste Cohti an easily tho I wo uiMfti dlMJngulshi'd inixoners In the slate prison In Wetheixfleld. War ren because ol lio taci that he has been In prison longer 111 mi any innti now conflneil In this cnuiin ud Kain Cobb becaue vt the miiiissMoii which her inresi wlili that of .Wcloy tllhop caused In Norwlcii nnd eastern Con necticut inntiv years rigo, when they weie nriested lor thn murder of "Charle) " Cobb, tho husitntid of the woman. Tim' Warren and Kiilo Cobb nre tlrwl of pilsoti lite i evhleiiced In the raet that llioy. have petitioned (he hoard or jinrdotis to be set freo. Their petitions will come hefuro tho board next month. Neither can tip pen r bcrore thn hoard In person be cause of the loci thnt tlicv have peti tioned before This tnakes the sev enth time Hint Wan on has petitioned and the second time for Mrs. Cobb. Her His, iicMtton wns dub! or ten yonra age Wnrrcn was committed tu tho pris on on December I, ,15&. for llfo for tho murder of his wlfojn Wellington and he stands on Hit; prtnoti register as No. I I In s 73 years old now, nnd bv the time the boijrd of pardons meets hn will have TJceii m prison over fifty-two jenrs. lie was 21 yeifrs old when he was committed to the pillion, and he li.nl been 'it the Insti tution twenty wars when Kato Cobb wn received (hero on January i7, 1879. Mrs Cobb Is now r yearn old, and she hns been In prison over thirty yen r. Warren wns sentenced for murder ing his uile and his tmctt und con vict Ion, as well as tho murder, mndo one of the sensations of the Unto. Ho nnd Ma wife went walking one nfter noon nnd on renchlng nihruok Warren snt down on the hank whit his wife hy his side He persuaded her to tnke off her shoes ntnl stockings nnd put her feel In the wnter While she wns sitting in this position he look her by the back of tho neck, doubled her over nnd dollbetnleb hold nor hend under water until, hhv drowned. After sensntlonal development he Wns Cipttired Ulld convicted llernno,. of the long tliho he has-been In prl. on, many hnxif becnmr !niin.ui,.,i i, him In times past and have ahlod In efforts that ho be nardonnd In hi seventh petition, i.led osBnuiidny, ho snya that he hns been In prison over iiuy iwn years nnd believes that ho hns been Hiilllclcnilv miauiied r. m.. crime he co.iimlttoil, Hissnys thai. If no is released ho has a homo to go to and he auks ihnt tit.. Im.ir him mercy for tho net lui 'committed when merely n boy. Kate ,. cohh Is No, If pn (he pilson reglHtor. nnd. nltltough ho 1ms been In prUon nearly thlrn, three years, she preserve mnnv ndrc or tho beauty which tlu possenHrjif when alio lived In Norwich, she planned with Wesley Jlblidp Hint the Jailer should put hU wife out of ibi way. Mrs. Cohh was lo put he i huMmud out ot tho way. nnd with tho two ,dend llish op mid Mrs. Cobb wero to marrv. Artciilc wns tho poison used and "Charley" Cohi died llelore tho death or Cohh. IllsJnn. and Mm. Cobb had been seen ,nuch in ench other's company, suspicion nlmqhed to them and Ihey wen' nrreste.l nnd put to trial. At ii 1 1 rm) of thq irlul when .ho ooiier was gunem) that thcte was not $3.50 RECIFJE FREE, FOR WEAK MEN. kiiil .Viiine anil Ad(lri Tiulsy Yoa Can Hate It lire hiI He Strong ami Vigorous, I havo In my pnwcmuon a t rcmlp tlon fur nervous debility, lack of vig or, wcakend manhood, falling mem ry and lamo hack, brought on by ex. ccmoj, unnatural drains, or th folllos of youth, that has cured so msny worn nnd nervous mm rljht In their own homes without any additional help or medicine tbat I think every man who wlhe to regain muttJy power and virility, qui. Itly nnd quiet ly, should havo tt copy So 1 have de termined to sond n opy ot tho pres cription free of charge. In n plain, ordinary eled envelope to nny man who will write for it This inscription comes rrom physician who has madu a special tudy of men and I om convinced tt Is tho surcnt-aeting rombtnatfon for the euro of drib lent manhood and vigor folluro ever put together. I think 1 owa it to my ferww man to send them a copv in confidence so that any man anywh. ro who is weak and discouraged with re res ted fail ures may slop drugging Wlf with harmful patent medicine, secure what I belltvo Is the nulokstt-actlng restorative, upbuilding, HPOT-TOUC1I- (Nfj remedy ever dcvlsM. and ture htmnrlf nt home intletly anJ quickly. Jut drop m a Hue like thlsi Dr, A. n. ltobiniioB.TSJit.uek Building, Detroit, Mb h 4 I- will tend you a copy of this splendid rec lp In .1 plnln ordinary wvelbp fre of charge. A great doctor tvould ehargs $100 to R,M for mere ly writing out a prerrntlwt "llk this -hut I end It entirely free. Biff Pay in Civil Serf ice! The pay Is good, the wrk eongen-' lot, and promotion rapid 1 t-ha U, 8. nvll Kervlce. t jou ar an Awetl can msn or womnn over.tl y aro eligible for any governs 'mwUlon If you tho civil ftrrftoe Hawml natlon. To team how 'jmtmm ;UI Ify l your apart tlm,'llM far aur free Civil Rervlce booldsH. M. Cllf lon Nesliead. .rspreseMattva vt Ih. omtlAiM OirreMwtiiiitsssw sVsoofa. ttos I if, AltMHjurrque, J. J, Sixty the Standard for purity, strength and healthfulness. Made from pure, grape cream of tartar, free from phosphatic acids. sufficient ovldcttco U convict, Illahop turned stnto's evidence, nnd hn nnd Mrs Cohh were sentenced lo prison for lire. Ilishop died there n few years ago and It has often been xabl thnt from the tlmo that they wero re ceived tit the prison until lllMiop died he nnd the woman never Inlet eyes on ench other. She Is n clever woman nnd each year at Christmas tlmo when there Is n snlo nf the woik of llio prisoners much of Mis. Cobb's handi work Is offered for sale in support of hur second pcllilon for a pardon she says that alio mis served thirty-three years, prnctloiilly n life tl:ne. She says tnut she has been In prison over half her llfo ntul till of the best p,iri of It. nnd "feels thnt sho has been Ntirilelcntly punlnh oil for anything " Tho petition which has her signature continues: "Win docs not ask release for herself nlono. ns sho hns Inst nil Hint lite holds dear but her children nnd ituit offspring, nnd wishes to pnss Hw eiualnder of her luc with them, and pnro them tho disgrace or dying In here CHURCH WILL HAVE Pastor Believes Right Sort of Films Shown in Church Will Help the "Cause of Religion. I.o Angvler. I'll!.. ?ft,v. I S. .Mnt lug pliture will Iw exhibited in Temple auditorium h Tempi.- iim.. tlrt ehurcli, i(,v J Wbli.-.iiiil. Ilrougher. the imstur unnouneed Hundiiy night. II,. tnk i-r Ills ser mon tuple "Hldells.UI ..n Hi, Punt tights," and In the eour. "f bin er mon made the foregoing .tiiimuiiee mont. Dr. Ilrougher nld "Just us Minn iin the .iffic.r of Ternple llupllt chUii-h enn m. ir way financially in do It, I hope ttmi we can put a moving pi.-ture ma iilne Into the temple that van bi nned In connection with our Hunduv sehool and ediicnllonnl work M ready there are flliiiN produ' ed Him present lu the mont uttrauive. in teresting, llmtruetlVe ami int..jniln- ilng way the cene of Illble time. i wish i could suy ns mucti for the theater. Historically, the the ater ii nn Institution hus never ca tered tu high moral Ideal. The mod ern theater an an intltutlin Is no better. Vou know It I possible for nn occasional perrormiune tu lie on a very high moral plane nud still posnlble for the thenter a a regular thing to be vicious, morally. 1 w)h It were posslhle for our cities to up point men und women ol high moral character and nnhli. Ideal to censor MOVNG PICTURES An Innovation k Oil Heaters The Perfection Smelcelm Oil Heater, wkh iu drufm erwmeled in turquowe, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home Ne heme m quk cow'e wWa a PeffKm Oil Weer. It m a mcm n the fN n4 gjKiitf, whm itHtt wwm to Uft t!w rmlit UtH appsrtmi, awj lo cm! to Im wMhoHthMt. In iImj mk ( wimr knell convwiiint M an auxiwry hr, m uW are alwap hnw cM 'eiMrs in a mwc. Iht sW H4f always pfMt a men lawtaraanw ska enamel wst not tomb of mn ff. It i m( m "amwel tm" btst k h llw Hmt m ie wmI w ywr ceoliiMj utamib. ,,- Th Parfechoii it tiw most reHsUr, ami cooviwiisnt device yon cm nW. An mmH'csV4Kakt ikmc i tutwm Ihc nck lufn asKMsh to wisln. Years alum and every (day that l presented on lite stage todHy. It might pos-lblc. if n united und deteriniue.i effort were mode, on the part of all good people, to elevate the Mage und inAke It the means of blellg Ihe world. At the preenl time no one ciiii den) that Hie majority of plti) presented In our Uiciiler arc immoral In' tend ency." I.OVIIOV I'AI'CIt Itl'.VIVIW OKItMAN CANAI, STOHY lindon, ,S'ov. is. Tim (llobp Is au thority fiir the -tntemrtil thnt Ger man .enpltnllst. tmeked by the Her man government nnd with the per-t inal good will and svmpalh) of the knlser. are planning to imild an ooiiiiij waterwuy u a rhnl to the I'aminm enliul. The route raiored Is presum ably one tin Hie Hun Junn river and Iike N'leorugun in ihe re(iubllc nf Nicaragua. If this report I .'.rrect it will In volve u dliert elmin b) ilerninnj on the Cnlted .State for recognition et the former' right to u permanent foothold on American soil several hundred mllen rearer the t'nlted Mtnten i bun tlic Panama cnnal Itfelf. riAM)sori: smitr-nv fiikk. A I'lisnomcnnl Orfer Mailo liy n New york linn Thousnnds all or thn United States arn taking advantngo of a gen erous offer of tho Gotham Company. 1ICI liroadway, New York Cliy. mak ing request for a beautiful gold-plated scnrf-pln for lady or gontleman, which Is mnllrd to, anyone sending nnmo nnd uddress free, ot ohnrgoj This offer Is mid to Introdtwe their catalogue of general merchan dise, household goods, Jewelry, nov el tics, etc. Header of this paper r requested to send nnmo nnd address Immediately, Inclosing five two-cent stamps to cover packing nnd pottage. Send todny and receive without cost a ptcco of Jewelry thnt you will b proud of. PUTTING paint three or four on cot3 times na much as the paint; the prop- eriy is prooaojy worth nityi times both. It doesn't pay to 'tfeklmp"! the job; get the best painter' you can find; tell him to use jjevoe raint. it ne tells you tu vnn iua. n uEhLci mint himself, he isn't the. best painter you can find; get an other. Devon IMInt Is better than hand-mixing can make, tiios. f. mmm, ktn. asaw f timAmlmf 'k Ladies of f Albuquerque ii f Do You Know That It I unnecessary to send your .furs, fenthrts und delicate, finery out of thn city for their elesnlng, lepiiltlng nnd remodel lug. Try Us f I Again- Do You Know that ni) can repair, clean, press ami remotUl nnd do nil" kinds ot skllleTl work with yifir clolhes. your Jmbt, ni the Children's. X Thafnll tears, 'ftps and renl T ofih le Miicceiriilly repaired so Tthnt your neighbor would nnt T iTnow it. Try Us II Gentlemen ofl 1 Albuquerque ii Do You Know That wo will keep your clothes denned, pressed nnd repaired nnd always In order even to "that hole In tho pocket" or "that sunpendrr button." That w-e can mend that rip or tear so thnt your closo friend cannot delect It. "Thnt pants bottom" wo can fix in a "31YVX." That suit or clothcfl you have dis carded Is good for n season's wear utter our treatment. Wo wii.t, havi: votr ,moni:tc ,7 Tl-y Us j ; Again : : Do You Know That cleanln. rcbnnJlRg'nm. . ni'icKing or nais u a mama with u. Tboso ImU " out. Ml shape," the edga worn, thn-andvworii, thn outside bind discolored, till t Mweut band nonty, nny one or all are. our ilellchi in rejmlrlng for you. Try Us i Do You Know Tlmt the overcoat worn to , ithubbineiis mound Ihe collar, thn front edges, the lapels, and the pockets sagging, lining worn, any nnd nil we have, skill ed workmen who "HATS 'KM AI.1VK" and gives you back prnctlcnlly n new appearing gar. ment. Try Us I z I Say- Do you know VHUX"t He's the youth'. tha do- nothing hut cull for nnd deliver back your goods. He's O. K- Test Him I I Who are we that say so much? Well, iya arc the folks that guarantee your goods from Hits tlmo wv rccrlvu them against Ins by fire, theft or any mlafeap, to their value and our WOHK to the fullest extent nnd nsk no pay from the patron It dlsiutl fled. i.v Try Us I How to reach us; i 1IK)NK DHOf A z t UiHHiy nW-t In (WHrKtK 7 ail t... V WHITE PLACE" 1 319 W. GOLD WHEW Mm ii mm kno wm go. 'awHwr Psirfwr, J'jsjidpi, HIIH M t.