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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 5. 1814.
Till: Hr.TTKIt HIII.H
IOMKsT. PKItMON.-t inclined to take a friv
ol. . view of Dm coming 'llel-
linn wlih the New Mexico Mate fair
are warned t ileal!. This I no or
ellnury baby thnw In which fn
mammya will exhibit minlmrni of
advanced fancy work drni.nl oroum
B atjtin II. As ilaniicd by ll.o Albu
iueriue Woman's club committee I"
charge. It la the beginning of a move
nienl In New Meilco whin has for
Ita object a-ncrul public education l
tha tare of children, und In I heir
rearing; a very sensible mnvemctil
which starts on the principle that for
good men and Rood women, II la tvf
neceaaary t, begin lit the foundation
and work up aa It la with aound live
Block or a well built house.
The Indira have started their
movement well. Tiny have Insisted
on prises of auf fit-lent value to Ml
trart aerloua minded mothera. It hua
been Indicated to the fair authorltlea
that a prise winning specimen of the
human race ahould l worth ua
much, for first, second and third
I'luce In a ton! pat, aa sheep or ateera
entered In a similar ronteat. Thoy
have demanded and have obtained
prise which will make the ronteat
atrlctly from a financial atundpolnt
worth the entering of any Infant
The movement Is a splendid on and
la In ever' way a proper part of the
work of the state fair. For certain
ly New Mexico's greatest asset ahould
he New Mcxlr,, babies.
At the recent Texas furm congress.
it la Interesting to note, the better
rare and mothering of infants waa
on of the chief subjects of discus-
aion, the discuaaion taking a very
In the large cities babies are re
re.. Ing much attention. All uucs
lions affecting their phvaicul and
morn I welfiire are conaluntly dla
tuaaed by intelligent men and worn
en. Tho babies of the country do
not come up for ronaidc ration ao
often, because of conditions which
at present make It Impractical for
mothera of the country i assemble,
hut It lj essential for the 11. others of
the farms to evince a deeper Intere-a1
In all matters affecting child life, be
cause In the final annlyala the liution
tnuat always look to the farms to
recruit Ha leaders In every depart
ment of human activity.
It waa very ptoperly :!. ut the
Texas rongrens thut tnoilern coiuli
tions require a more anxious und
persistent consideration of child life,
but the requisite consideration will
not become universal until our edu
rational standards are raised und our
systems given a more practical trend.
We find everywhere a growing senti
ment for the training of girls with
view to their equipment for the
serious duties of life, rather than
polshtng them for the few years of
aortal activity Dial precede marriage
Many schools teach girls how to tare
for infanta, as well aa to conduct a
domestic establishment. All thl
must become more general before we
can have In general sense a Iwller
understanding of child life and how
to nurture end develop It.
Tha great task to be performed
before society can occupy the proper
attitude toward the children of the
race Is the reform and readjust ment
of our entire system of public educa
tion. When we stop to consider that
only a fraction, of the boys and girls
ho attend the public schools aver
go to college, or even remain In
school until the high school rourss I
completed, wa ran sea the necessity
of such readjustment of the public
school curricula aa to give (he aver
age child tha maximum amount of
That will mean In time race of
fathers and mothera who will know
more Bbout lha conservation of child
Ufa than our own generation knows.
It will mean parents on tha farm as
well as In tha cities who will regard
lha bablea as tha most Important of
all crops. rn matter from what angle
a view them. It will mean deeper
regard for health, character, effi
ciency and all tha elements that enter
Into noble clllsenahlp.
Tha widespread sentiment through
out our i-ouuir? f.,r I tie rnialng of
the living standards of the country,
as Indicated la lha demand for bet-
mail delivery, and other uplifting n
Ihoioca. proves that n are commit
lo a leHlmilii.ii .f the grent Internal
problems whli h bear illicitly noon
the haun ter of our clvllirution and
the perpetuity of our nation.
The need of better babies and
more bablea, and the rcqulaile of bet
ter rare for babies and better safe
Boards iiualtiat infantile illnesses, are
no lotiifer regarded as abstract ques
tions fit for desultory dlsciisrilon at
medical convention and Huh assem
blies. They are questions which
loncein the life of Hie nation Itself
MMIC KMlfoi H ' ,TS.
Ml It Kut't i.N' I )K N'T who alxna
"Progressive" HM a
a recent Issue of
the Santa K. New Mexican, in which
some very serious fault Is r.iund with
the proposed amendment to Ancle
of the constitution, , which wo
are Invited to vote in Iliu November
"fcveryll.lng thut the proponed
amendment contains is now in I lie
constitution of the state waird for
word." writes this correspondent.1
nearly 17 per cent (,f the refined bad
produced from domestic oris.
The output, of secondary tine waa
7,870 tons, equal to i!3 per cent of
the production of primarv xlnc.
I no recovery of sccomlury I In la
of cwpeclnl Importance, fur practical
ly no domestic tin oro was smelted
In the I'nlted Plate, and the second
ary tin recovered in I'M 3 (It. I7n
Ions, valued nt $ 1 2.r.7.3T waa
more than Z7 per cent of the tin Im
ported during lha year.
In Hliimiiium the recoveries In I'HI
amounted to 4,.M tons, valued at
I J.I 1U, 4 til).
K'omiJiiiicnI from I "ago Thrra.)
ffv H. M. EGBERT
tlUrirolitm I 0. IRWLN hUIPS
ccopynaht Ul 1 by W. U. Ctuunnsal
(Continued frcint Saiiinlay.)
in. ml it to ono year.
Tho i h tire h aulliorliics have lie. bl
ed to permit the perform. mrc of m.ir
li.ises without Hie usual piibllcniioii
of lianiia, thi only dc.naml m ule l.e
ing nn oalh that there Is no iciial bin.
The vice of this .nn.l....... i ... i, ""'"e,lH of Coup.cs a.e tak.
, , . , . . I udvantaKe "f ihcse legulullons.
found In what It strikes out of the
lotiatilulion. riprtloiis 2, C, 6, It und' r'ltl-Atil C.l'lTl. IS
It la proposed to strike out of thel MI.I WITH i:TIH M sM
onatltutlon absolutely. Now, vv hut ' . . Vn.riK A"B' 6 "'iiordiniiry en-
......... r. r. .ill,..,. ll.rill III le
rives me legislature tho power lo
provide, for the collection of llcenaes,
Incomes, inheritance and other spe
cific taxes, and also ti authorise the
collection of a special lag cti the out
put of mines? In whose lnterct 1"
it that this provision is to go out of
the constitution? I it in the Inn r-
esi of the ordinary clllxcn? No: H
la meant to help large estates and
corpora lions, and especially lo pro
tect from certain taxation big min
ing com pun lea whose weulih la tuken
from the ground. A blind man can
see what Interest II was that Inspired
the move to strike this provision out
of the constitution.
"Section 5 of tho article which It
Is also proposed to strike out und
destroy provides for a state board of
equalisation of taxes. Much a provi
sion Is found In the constitution of.
many of the states. Why destroy it?
French parliament luat evening.
the reading or an mlilic to tin
French nation written by rresident
"Our nation Is In itrmV said the
prealdcnl, "und trembling with eag
erness lo defend the land of our
"Krnnce is faithfully supported by
her nlly, Itnaala; she is upheld by
the loyal friendship of Kniiland, and
already from nil points of the civi
lised world go out to her expreaelciia
of sympathy nnd good will, for she
represents loduy once u;iln before
the universe liberty, Justice and
"I.irt up your hearts. Long live
After Premier Vlvlanl recited n
catalogue (f alleged tlerman uxwres
"'ii" ni' n ne aaui nail Bone on tor
forty years, he declared Frame bad
borne them with remarkable eqvia
nimlty in her deep attachment to
IK-nce. He continued:
"I'seleas sacrifices, sterile Comi.ro
mlses and other rf.'orts were In vain,
I since to.! liV Mhlln fnri-nnl I . .t
There la only ona answer to this and .
been attacked by surprise.
The liberties of Kurope have
been attacked, and France and her
that Is, with this provision out of the
constitution a partisan board can
more easily bo had with which the
special Interests can doal
Section of the article tnuat go
out of tho constitution also II (his
amendment Is carried by the votes
of tho people next fall. The objec
Hon to this provision cornea from the
sec me I n I crests. It ('"ohlhltH the leg
leluture from exempting rullronds
nnd other corporations from taxation
for more than six years. It stands
in tho way of coriHiratious from tax
ation for more thun aix years. It
stands In the way of corporations
that may want to u' old luxation for
a longer period. A partisan or cor
rupt legislature might be induced to
ass u law exempting thu favored In
terest front taxes for ten, or twenty,
or fifty years, snd even longer, so
the special Interests say: 'Why not
gel rid of Ibis provision of the con
stitution which slands us nn olmtu'-lc
lo such legislation?'
'I am not Informed who the Intro
ducer of this proposed amendment
wua. but when the matter la looked
up 1 predict It will be found that II
Is Inspired by those who are ace king
special privileges not accorded to
the rcat of the taxpayers of the
Ill ll lll't.K Jl Nk I'lLK.
HE value of the "aocjondury
metals," exclusive of gold, ail
ver, platinum und Iron, recov
ered In the I'niled Ktutes In 11S was
i;:.sl j.OOO, according to J. I. lun
lop, of the I' tilled Mtntcg geological
survey, l.ven tills large figure Is a
decrease compared with ltlZ. when
the value waa t77.3tt.000.
The term "secondary" la applied to
metals recovered from scrap melul,
s pings, aklmmlngs, drosses, etc.,
as distinguished from "primary met
als," which are derived from ore, but
without Implication that the second
ary metal are of Inferior quality.
The survey figures reveul only In a
partial way tha vast extent of the
waste material Industry, which year
ly becomes greater and better organ
ised. The value of old Iron and steel
re-used exceed that of re-inelted
brass, and tha value of old rubber
and paper stock amount In many
millions of dollars.
For few purposes requiring este.
lul purity of material It Is necessary
to employ primary or virgin pig
metaL but as a general rule second
ary metals ran la used In whole or
In part, and most foundries use
them. ver 0 per cent of the re
fining and smelting of drosses and
scrap metals In tha I'nlted Mates I
confined to the territory cast of Kt.
Louis and north of the Ohio river, j
Tha amount of secondary Copper
(including that In brass) recovered
la mi was ni.tuo tons, telng over
12 per rent of tha prlmaiy copper
suit-lied from domestic urea during
Tba secondary lead recovered
allies .md friends who uro proud of
tnem are also proud to bo their de
we shall eicfe-nd because they
alone are threatened. All the rest
is only vain pretext."
Anlolnlit tiuhost, speaker of the
senate, also road rresidc-nt I'oln
care' address onel then Premier Vl
vlanl made a dcclurallon si in I In r to
the one he hud made In the cham
ber. Keveral sick senators were carried
lo their seats us they were unwilling
to bo absent from Iho historic ses
sion. Iln Ih houses adopted without dis
cussion Ihe financial bills Intro
duced by the government and others
for tho re-llef of the families of the
soldiers, ratifying- martial law und
Imposing heavy penalties on news
papers puhliahing false news.
An amendment extending the mor
atorium lo ull the Fri-m h colonics
whs passed unanimously. All Ihe
deputies roae to their feed In sup
port of a bill to confer French na
tionality on nativ es of A lam e und
I -or nil no rnll-'lng In the French
All the mull for soldiers In Ihe
French army is to be forwarded fre-e
by the government. The letters are
lo lie sent to certain renter whence
they will lie sent on to tho sol. hers,
us it Is thought unwise to disclose
the locution of iho various rt-Bl-inents.
TWO HM.IVIATH OF
Paris. Aug. i Two regiments of
Herman 1'hlans have been destroyed
by the llelglun army, according lo an
oftlclul announcement given out by
tho French war ottb e this evening.
nti ci i Titoor auk
ON ll!;l4;i IHUNTII H
Ilrussels. Aug. 5. rrrncu troop
are reported to huve entered the
porvince of Hainrut, a frontier prov
ince of llelglum, and to have Joined
tho llelglun army.
IHllTlslI TO LAN II
THOOI'H IIKM.II M
llruaaels, Aug. 6, via, London. The
newspaper I Peuple esuys that un
early landing of llritish troops In
llelglum I expected. .
i.i hm tvs itri't ir.n iv
ATTFMIT TO t'lKMv IUVI H
llruaaels. Aug. i, Vlu London. The
(lermun furies are reported to have
been checked by tho line of forts in
the provlm e of Liege. Tho tlerman
I roups attempted to cross Iho riv er
Meuse on a pontoon brldue but a
sharp hroaelside by the batteries of
the frta destroyed the bridge us
soon as it was completed. I.alcr the
invaders succeeded In cioasing the
river near Muc-strlcht.
cViplta til fact tbt. In accordance,
with my agreement with th financier.
I at to receive 110.000 upon tha safe
bolngj opened. I arc on the appointed
morning after a restless night, over
whelmed with mlsglvlnga. Empty and
vain aa they apppared to be. I could
not but recall Leopold MagnlfTg
threats, his self-confident assurance
thnt th chevalier and I stood on th
brink of ruin. What arhi mm had h
prepared Tor us? What nilpht h not
havs dona, bein; In possession of my
key, as ! felt sura he was? I voiced
my fears at Ihe breakfast table, but
Charles laughed them away. Much at
h hated us. ho argued. Iopold Mag
nlff would hardly dare utlllxe his poa
session of my key to rmor th bond!
from th r-af. slnea they could not be
t.egoMatod. and h won!.! merely be
placing blmself within the p-ap of
"You will find th bonds In th ssf.
Anne," aald Charles optimistically
"Or, rather, we shall."
"You will come with mo?" I orlcd,
and all my fears and doubta Immedi
ately resolved themselves. !
We asked advice of my grandfather,
who cordially approved of th cheva-1
ller'a auggestion. "For you tee." he'
naid, onr liCIo Anne came to us In
tueh an unexpected fashion that the Is
liable to disappear, perhapt In Ihe
guls of soma beneficent fairy, after
having tared Cllcliy to lit. If we per
mu ner to ro to Parlt alone "
"Never fear that you will lose me
until you are tired of me, grandfa
ther," I answered.
The old comt had changed consld
ahly during the brief period that I had
known him. Hit groat age eighty
four, appeared to have begun at length
to manifest Itself. Not that hit vigor
of mind or body was In any manner
Impaired, but I could dltcern that ho
had begun to detach himself, with that
natural change which comes upon the
very old, from the more active and
external tnterestg of life.
' 'I bcllet; that In my coming he be
held a pardon for hit crime In driving
my father from hit roof a crtme
which he bad repented bitterly through
all those yeara that had elapted tince
that unhappy time.
Charles and I tot off for Parlt bv an
early train. We traveled through the
the unfolding or these" proposals,' but
the mention of th cod brought In
stantly to my memory th Image of lit
tle Mr. Bpralt, presenting me with hit
' famous cod, "lake thla volume
, . . my life-work ... a com
plliatlon of love . . , you will ne-cd
It abroad," tho little man had gasped
j aa handed It to ma. And now In ov. ry
I crisis of my life. It teemed, the vision
or Mr. Bpratt waa destined to ariae like
tome tpecter confronting me, I be
came suddenly ellont
Charlet carried out lilt program,
t'pon our arrival at the terminus he
hurried me along a max of small side
streets, up a narrow atalrrato and Into
the presence of the registrar. There
we compiled with the formalities
which tho famoua code proscribed. Wo
were betrothed an Incident, merely.
In Anglo Saxon countrli. but here a
matter of tevere f'-mality. and nncoa
tary preliminary tq a marriage.
Hut 1 leaned happily upon hit arm
at we descended the narrow atalrraao,
t When They Fought Last I
For forty-five )ears the gulillns
principle o Krfn h rlaleaiuanaliip haa
been embodied in the maxim thai
Uermaiiy's extiimliy would li
I lance s opportunity. Has that hour
line? livciiia son lo
Fr.eiou believes It has.
an aged woman. Is living out hr r si
rowful .ar In Fntillah e-x t, i, r,i
i van army and a. I .-ut to i
novo Itaxalnn. Joining ,M .M.-iImn t
emperor mi-l II, e advaiiiimc Pin.-a.
boats at Heel.in, While, on . e,,i,,'.
t, only fort) -four da;e alli-r the ib
larallon of war, was foiiiiln llo.
crloo of the second l-'i. ii. li e ni. .:
The emperor was over h, luiiimli il
show that i f,,;"rd nnd personally mrri mb i .
f liiih i.i. .... I... - -
- ....... niiny of a.l.M.oi no
The li Jinan ciiipur und Iho Frcm h
republic wire boiu ..).-e.ther In Ihe
smoke and Hume of the le-rl llde bai
lie of Kcilan. There the Frcm h I III
pi re. went clon with the foiiun.s of
the l.iat .Napole on, and there the 'n phase of the war. To p I,. ..i
in Ik-ll I llismark Icpl hv steps of thu . terrible sceiie-s of the Commm,
tne e-a.- ipe or liambella fn in tin- i .i
ilnl In a balloon and his nlieini'i
i wo u.ia ii ri i-r tile eliaaaier ui r
dan Ihe ti piiollc waa proclaimed,
on .'e pieinlier 111 Hi,. ITiih-iariv hi
I i:i -lcd I'aila and the a.-ine .i -,-a
The blaiory of that siege, in a a
Itcc-uIlM urmmc of l;o.
Tho Francci-l'rusMiiiu var of 1H70
w.is one of thu moat swift and terri
ble in lila.oiy. Inline .V , 1 1 . . . ) . on. seek.
,.. .... .... . . . i
os i" sicaiiy ins unaianie iiiroieu oy I niodi rn war.
n.ii'1'iiiK nine llle lli.lllh.lia of the.
great military empire of the tlrai .Na
poleon, had hulled h.a e hullc-iivo III
I no nupplnest, the perfect joy In the 1 1 '""sia. lin.iicini,. prc-n xi waa
Irrevocabllily of the ttep, thrilled mo ",M vandiilacy of a ll. ieni:oieru
Winnipeg aoemnd like a distant mem- r"r "' v'""t Hpamalt tliroiie-.
ory of tome former, dimly romem-' 1,,',,","m' J" unm. ui..,, ,r
i, j ,. ,.,. . iiioeui . c-rnneiiy, wc-li eimed the eontesi and
"llr V 1,1 n,",,'"t- Mrurh will, a sti.1.1. nn.-.. .hat blln.l-
And now, ahould anything befall ,.d H,i da-d the imperial government
me I shall be content," bo aald aa we at Pari.
descended to th Street 1 lly rapid nnd slmullane-oiis move-
Often those words recurred to me'nicnts the rrimaiai. c e i umpici the tvu
afterward. iwinga e.f the French army mobilised the noulevar.ls of I'.iria, Frame i ' '
W'o arrived at th bank and tent In ""' A,B I,l"n frontier, ilcf. niinK cd the iirat ireai.l.-i,t oi ii.h
our Cardi. I could not avoid a thrill ""'" 1,1 '" a nmumai y balllea of l epiil.li -. It waa lha- n. vv icov. mho. .
of en-ttln t ei?J . lllr"1 1 V.'eis-eiibiii g. Wor.h anil f pich, rn. , thai accepted tin term- ol !'
IK . OMl)me; j MrHh; M,M..lh :,d ...r.ml lb..- whn-li liav,, ever am. .- k.Vi b.- in
would Magnlff refuse to too met Hut I d,,., commanding Ihe urn French ar- 'of r.vei.e but. .In In ll.e I..-..H .
ne aid nol. He would a both of ut. ! m.M, nit. ii.ptnl to form a Junction l ien-him n. Th. .in ni ui e i ...-1 .
ho talil, and we were ushered almost and re! lie, but I'liiice part of the plov mi e- ol l.oii nn. v.
Immediately Into hit private office. ! Fiederi. k C'lmiles. comuiandiug the Kivrn up with tb- iit:c of M.-i ao
Tlmre ho .at, half burled among hi l'ruM..n advance, ilcl. al. d the c xciu- Thloiiville; Aiaa vv.ih aiirr. nil. i.
ledgers, at on the occasion of my for' ll,.n or the plan and drove llaaine vviili the city ol Kt i aimri: . li ii .
nier visit to him; but thlt time he wat '"" K "i"" tuavcloiie where, on Aug- hoe rtntin,. in r.uf baa tir k
attended by a Couple of aevere looklng ' '"" ,s'"' ""'k ,hl' decaiv e , l.e.-n ilrap. d in iiioiiiiiiuk. Ami
functlonnrlot In teml-unlform Ha ,mUl" r u"" "" 'd only ally Franc paid to b- i
trowed ril.l.n.lv . Vi..;. - j . I i "f Imporiance III the war. Tit- Prui- . live milliards of fiance. He
r1 ?1int,y 10 thmTlf Md !. ld i.m...e m-n ami the ! dollars. ....,1 c....-.-. lha. mnii.
French IHh.ihih. In nine hours of cur- lr.....a ahould rc'i"''i "ii her tod in.'
rale n relletlm; force, und tin- .1.
peratc boiubardmenla and am I a -
Die InveM.ing and liel.-'ii'ii.-ied
thai milk.- erne of I lie il.nki.-t j . ' 1 1 1 .
lie-lore I'.u.n e . .
till. iled in Jaiiiniry. 7I. t .i.aiMi- h
r iirieiilercd Mill Willi I M.hiim oh'
h'lruaabuig fell nnd tin- i-iaU.i-French
m imes wet,. eviivhi re i-u '
Whelmed or driven lo llivilil.
I l.c of Iti-vi-nue- Mid llui li.
Already, leu ilaia he lore I'ai.a am
re-nderecl, the liiiiriaii empire
been proclaimed at VcrnHia m
William J waa erovvii.il cinl'ii'-i i
tile i ic 11m cif Ihe Ib-iir-oix. A m.c:
liit.-r, vvlih '.irin.i li iitio,,. iatiii'c.1 i
Ut he tented.
The Cltovallor d'Yvet attends. I ..u i -i.,.i. i:.,n.
take It, at an Interested party," aald not. m.-ii a I ihe French 1 :l.em, Hax
Magnlff, looking at me through bit 'sine was utterly routed ami forced
gold glasses. There wat a peculiar ex-! bin k upon M.-ix. win re he waa .ii. k
presslon upon hit features; a sort of '' surrounded und bottled up by the
cunning triumph, at though he held btorl.us pru.-sian.
the situation perfectly In hand. j rramv's SckoiiiI Waii-rloet. j
We bowed our acknowledgment to With Haxaino shm up wiihin bis i
the aw.'gestlun. Then, at a auniinont t"i,:lli aiiona and M. Mnhon lield In
by bell, a messenger brought In the 1 he. k four Herman hiiuk h coiiverK.-d
agreement which 1 bad sinned thre iflly upon I'atia. Napoleon III.:
it waa panl.
Such Was Ihe lad atrui-tl.. bet
Fram e ami Hcrmany, and ai h
Ita result. I lane,- .v a 1 1, ivv . i
hitler dose and bided her I -nn
that lime come?
who had remained In hU capital con-
'.inprcas Lugcliiu (the same who now,
Your name Is Anno Ive." Magnlfl ""'" t-xp.-ting the new that hia
.Id raol.lt.. . . : marahaiH nan investigated ni run,
r"vly: B,Bnc".0" te cu.,h,lir,lly , ,.,, M ttK,,a ,r
i ...... iu no tas grant, i.-
rl'1,ll In . V. ' . J . , " - . . . . '
"u"ft" i oi tory cumin u 1 ves, or V II
chy, Normandy, and tho possessor of.1
certain bonds now In ona of our tafet.
You have told tieee to me for 60,000
francs, payable upon delivery."
Aa I admltteti each of thote several
propositions the banker handed the
document to the functionaries, who
glanced at It, swiftly, and then at me
"The dpullcate key haa boon fash
loned," Magnlff continued, "and those
gentlemen are the government omclalt
whote pretence at the unlocking of
the safe la required under tho Code
Napoleon." . .
1', mm ul.i r sights are n.-i -d in . . n
a sporting title Invent. -d bv an '"
man whUh U real.-il a.-amat 'he I..'
head when tiring iiimhI'I of a'-n'i
rtion i. rtesi nam. 31 1 vr. cvp-pci
for flrst-claas hacks and c.srria-;
W. U Trimble Co.
OALMJP LI MP (
OALLCP K )
V. II. HAlin CO.
For Hie Bess In raw! of All
UftlCK AND PLAe'TKrtlNtl LIME
ba:ta FE liUICK
Ji ALL f7.KA il
M I I.I. Wiii'H I'
CouUnuc-d Tomorrow Afternoon.)
CLUBS AND SCHOOLS
TO JOIN IN CRUSADE i
-f Figure with us on Sash Doors,
Mouldings and Everything in
Superior Lumber & Mil! Company
ON HUB'S EOOKS $4,748
The final report of K. Pinney us
receiver of the bankrupt Hub t'lotli
lug company was sppiovcd by Judiie
Itsynolds in the cJiatrict court today
and Mr. Ptuney was dischurtled. The
report shows that a lolsl of about
lit cents on the dollar has been
eaved from (he wreck for Ihe geiieial
credlliw. Assets un the books
amounting lo f 4.74 M are worthless,
one-half being uncountable bills and
Ihe other half bills for such smVI
amounts thj coal .f collcciloii is
, lln-Jr 'rfv rs.
II I 1 . (!;
N.vtr Let Mt 6t Vou Again."
pleasant, fertile fields of Normandy,
among little old villages where life
ssssmed at once to simple and ao
kindly that It required tome little ef
fort of will to reallie that we were,
perhaps, rushing Into an unknown dan
ger, that the activities of many euo
inlua lulfcht even now have laid a trap
for our undoing. 1 had revealed to my
fiance the etory of Magulff a threats.
omitting, of course, hit vile tuggea-;
i "ins that Charles bad been a traitor
nd told th treaty. Charles did not
receive th newt go lightly aa I had
"Let ut go ttralght ahead, confident
In our own Integrity. Anne," be an
swered. "Tbj lei tbom a tb!r
woiat. They cannot harm ua: treachery
always recoils upon Itself, bo It never
to cunningly contrived."
We were so fortunate aa to bare a
compartment to ourselves. It wat ao
charming to be seated together, aido
by aide. Chariot placed hit arm round
me tnd drew me to him.
"Will you lot me announce our en
gagement. AoneT" he pleaded. "It la
surely realized at home, iiy grandfa
ther and mother know we love one an-
The New .Mexico ftoi-lety for Iho
Study and I'rev e-nlioii ol Tube n ulosls
bus leaked lloverilor Mclionabl l ll ac
hat Inf liiem-e lo In. ike Inaeaac Pre
vention clay an annual event In Ihia
slate. A clay la lo be se t aside in
iMtober tor the apreael of e.luculiou
rcKuriiitm the cause-, the prevention
and cure "X tuber uli.au. The Com
mercial cluti will help rouse Interest
III the clay here.
In connection with IHaenao Pre-ve-ntion
day Ihe New Mexico anti
tuberculosis society will furnlah luu-
terlals and inciluls for an t-asay con
test unions the school c hildren In the
state. Ministers will be Baked to
preach on tuberculosis tho Sunday
before 1 'lacaae Prevention day. arid
women's clubs and literary societies
w ill be uaked to give over a meeting
lo the subject.
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It V-WW ' .Jil
I I i- - - A ll ' . .- ' ,
BiM 1 -aad a-
lloiiing on clean aluminum iifur
whetting on u at. .rn. wil k,!ve u knife
a raxor el(; If clone curelully.
vrf By Clcarisig Elcod
A Function Greatly Assisted
By a WeD-Known
The strictest attention to each individual account
is the principle governing the management of
this bank in respect to the service which it ren
ders for its patrons. Our complete equipment,
moreover, affords every convenience for the
prompt and accurate transaction of any financial
Make the First National Bank your banking
home and enjoy real service.
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iuiiiiury iring gMir fur mto-
tntitttljM i.lioruliM l.u ll... t l..,M
Vest r-sd. r will hs tnlarat. s an a pa
rlrmnw iiuii. i.laiol sualla uf i,rltia la
S.I Initial IHU'. la III'- e,f li. H. H. la i
parlfi tie- LI.mmI. Ik s-i,.,n U a si iiauiaiii '
la inn myriad of linn Iciaxl !''! li l '
make up Ilia o.ut r.e. I tv llaa.i- of Ilia I
athar ll.M. IS .r.w a I : . " "" " " over IS
, .. an; uanKer UUB.aUl Ulil.t aaa Ihr.a.ul I lie klilera. Hay
threaten us, I can protect you better !''' "'"'and smi.t. And s.-enr.t.ng
aa in wlf" '" ""' thy sia.w i.i psa mil In tha urine,
' whs. l...ili aa I I l.i ml It y snd Inul-riala. ll.o I
"Vou travel very rapidly, montleur" !.hrn".h "' h ': n'1 "" 'i' i'y tia i
I a . . l l.l.H.ft u il.o-r in lied. 'h eaiaivlta i-m ri. r I
I answered. "A moment ago It waa,..."d bv . a la m.i.u i n, urn"
merely au announcement Of the en- ' 1 " o-mnnairsira is ni aam. Ami
ffnaamnl r .. u i m a . I I ''a lilva ri.llliul"- l-l IKHU tliroush
gagement that you required. And now the km,,, ,. dominatiner natur. ..f
you end the sentence by proposing au-' a. tins as it 4.aa ii.rmu.-u ail t'-.-
Other relatlnnshio " Isrli.i.s if . linnuali'-a. ah..ir a mark. .1
I.;.. PL .. il-r-sw e.f dia-aw u.aulf. .isll.ai, aa il-m
'When we reach Parlt I thall ahow ! "u-imt. d hv nrlna anuoia. H.ia a-M
tou the otllce of a registrar." he an- Ji.!!I'Zr'l":.l Tl''
twered. "There we ahali be formally ia'i-n,iii-i.,ri.s; is.-ir e iiiiniiuii-o i atun
pet rut bed. And then " i'"' i'' "'""i sn.an.u u,.
v , aM bar. lanss. aala and kblnara I Inn. In
Mt BIOOSlOUrT I Bald. With ca-a i f rla niiialiaiu. rratilla. rt-r.-ni.- a-.r.
fulgned Miolnsaa. 'turusi. pnkl;i. ra f T"K-- I fnn.-ioiia. atli
... . ,, ... I and Hi., uo.-ltol e.f i,. her r-- le-H'-i
i shall serve formal r.otlce upon tny . tiasa af weak katnay s. it.. not i. inn
mother ard rrnndfather of our be- 1 " K- " ''''1;
..,,. . ... 7 Hi- lln. a In r.-liilbl lha r-llu ur slf Ui'll
trothal la acctirdawie wi.h pro-1 and r t.in iha i.,.r...ai taaiu..
Visions Of the Cod. K.1-ca " h' M- H- .ra.r.. iv 'Ilia Swift Hm-aln.
,.., "" w ' : IV. r.;-T Salll la.ls.. Atlaala. I.a . snd II
Buswereq. , , . p . ai. J ..r ,.l.lle.aia Id.aa
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HEALTHFUL. DESSERTS FROZEN IN ONLY FOUR
Thoroughly Well Made
Practical and Serviceable '
Low Priced. '
GUARANTEED TO GIVE
One Quart Size $I.GD
Two Quart Size $L75
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Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies, Stoves..
ci rural athivlA iv4 r14ituriil uiuuDUaji-e2,lwBi.tuaii le,n imtuud. .