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THE EVENING IfflAffBi 1M.Viliftri M WEDNESDAY. APRIL 2. 1915.
The Bsmmg Herald. mmtthu mum, n' IS4 North tattOoa I Knlei at the N, M. nw-flftsc metur ' AllillntJrq,u. Act ot Matvit t. ;;.- ne month hr mall Oh WMk hr earn (Im year hr mall la advajrcs .Ite rltr 36 nft TMaaawhMf nitre . laM l .17 SKW MKXHXr H'TMtOK. A NTONR who read the a. lwprra from all sort inns of New Mcalcn cannot fall lo b imprinted by the torn of healthy op ilmlam which ta pnwM In all ihrit editorial statements From the k to. win aactlona come statements of abundant grass, ot fin ImTMUf of fhwfea and herd a, sad of healthful conditions aa to Hock, nnd aa ta market. From th dry turning sec tions th miiorta of abundant rain fall are almoat jubilant In tone: and well they may b. for Ih people In Iheae sections have known blttarly bard time, ana their nronparlty Mat Jwtf amir served to pay a portion f their debts. Aiuri bar such year, trhir-o aw reems certsln. will pine n sound financial baata and room tu turn around au.t In niMt.-id From the Irrigated and Irrigates district th mparts tall of too much wairr. If anything, and ot oauuranc of abundance for tha whole tsason. while an even more rn'urln not ia sounded In ru mora and n few authentic reporta of new irritation enterptiaea under way. or of r otioa on which conutruc tlon or extension baa been resumed. The price of roppar aad Ita reason ably aur poaltion at the end of the war la causing (renter activity In mining this metal than hue ever been known in the atcte before. neverol very large depoelts are being dcvrl- ty corporatlona with ample i and not only copper, but the whole mining inUuatry of tha state la looking up. There ia reasonable aaaurance of Important railroad construction anil extension during the next twenty montha which will open sections which heretofore have been entirely shut off from development, through lack of transportation. There la a strong movement of new peopl Into the stale; i movement almoat entirely voluntary and of a better class, as a whole, than we hav ever had. These ar conditions which should bring a solid pruapetily tu the atat during the next few montha. In which all will hate a share. Tllr: Tlll-jsp se.l s llll I I HI li s. IINTKKKMTIMl aUllatlca and powerful argument for more rigid lawa forbidding trespass upon railroad rights of way, ar contained la a recent editorial in the Saturday Kvenlng 1'osi. The National Hnfety commission, an organisation In nhlch all uf the great railroad ayatems of the country hav membership, last a uniform law of trespass. chiefly for the protection of the public, which it aakwd to have mlr.tdaotd la all state leglxlalure. A copy of this proposed law. which many of the state have adopted, was introduced In th- Met New Mexico legislature by Malaiulas Marlines of Tana; although it appeared too lata ta th aaastnn to secure consideration That there ta need fur this legisla tion the I'osi makes perfectly plain. In fiv years, it gaya. ovr thirty thauai ad persons. Willi WKUK .V KITH Kit I'AHHKN'i I KKtl v.ll ItAll.ltOAIi RkfPLtir BS, were kill) in railroad accident. onilnuln", the f'ot says: "Almost si. were struck by train while walklnx along the track or rewiring them, and in nearly every case the victim' carelosnen either auard m minhuled to the uc-cl-deni 'Casualties of this sort now run steadily ui,. ..it i ix thousand a year. or nearly equal to the total number of deaths from wounds and disease luting the Hp ii Ish -American war. A majority of ihe victims are trespass ers on railroad property that is they are using th tracks as a pub IP- highwuv in the usual A men.. in fashion uf inking the shortest cut. regurdlees of consequence. Many t hem :ire youth The ntuilsltiui bu reau of a trunk ralliuad reporta that i a decade Sl.UVw person, under f I year uf itge were killed while tree on railroad traeks. ro war ago nn int. iiuie coin merre conimlssionei sunt ilmi in years , trespuaacrr hud beel killed and VU,v injured, a majority ui those Injured being crippled for locomotive deal no rentle of yatlroad track in M save much U prsveai that factor. o (Ml imiHHH and nn m r'Mi( materially ttny country crossing r r. u of i h d by What e too.,, on- SOU 1. 1 I Bui, nbavt keen oft all. PSOo'lr should lrn to ho railroad tracks esoepl whon It It "- fttaarr to croos ihm. That a rall- road right of way ta si, ay danger -out twtht to or impressed on rtril- WKl.t UOIiTII TltYIM. PI.7NTT of pacphy have tha firm convict Nmi that In the llf of his generation at least Ihe federal government cannot be per suaded to give ap the public domain In th pabllr load states, to the con trot aad management of the stale government' These point out that Ih preponderance in congresa In number and In influence Is with taw eastern stataa and that public senti ment In those slate would make the transfer of this vast area to Ihe elates m which It He Impossible. When a little band of earnest men mei In Alboquensne suck la the 'la la the first irrigation congresa. It wa with the ultimate Idea of securing federal aid for the development of Ir. rlgatlon in th western state Then, too, It waa felt that It would b a practical Impossibility to overcome tha oppose! Ion jgjj th east to such enormous expenditures if public fund as theae men had in mind. The pioneers In this instance were par aiatent and the direct result nf their effort waa first the Nutloual Irriga tion congrea. a body nf mighty Influ ence and driving powar. and second ihe reclamation act. The ultimate result Is a magnificent reclamation project or more in every one of Ihe western stataa. The proposal of Robert P. Rrvlen. New Mexico uind commissioner, la In the nature of pioneering. The idea of Mate control f the public domain it as old as the public land states. Those wh- believe In that Ideu. how ever, have never been brought to gether In any compact organisation The scattering atlrmots ut Icsislu- tion to that end which have been made in rnnxreea have excited inter- t but have lacked support. Mr Kr. Hen now suggests a conference, pref erably in New Mexico, at which thoaw interested In Ihe proposal of the gen eral transfer shall b brought to gether lo plan concerted action. It is Ihe only way such action ever will be hud and It la to be hoped that Mr. Rrvlen will find sufficient Inter- eat in and support for Ihe undertak ing to carry It to Ihe point of un In terstate organisation. Then we may pact reaults. PHKPilllM. Kill o NR of the oldest maxim of no. man literature was: "In limes of peace one should prepare for war." Aa the llomuna borrowed miatt of their leurnlng from the I Oraeks the muxlm was probably vary old before Horace or Puhliua Hyrua begun tu ring the changes on It. "me Mould think that Kr: m e must be so absorb,, I In the war that she ha neither thoughts nor energies lor otter directions, but Ihe French are already planning for the future peace. An aggregation of statesmen in the chamber of deputies. headed b KrederP k Unmet, has adopted Ihe maxim. "In lime of war prepare for peace." They urge upon Ihe government ih" ii stage of laws fur facllilutlng the rebuilding and repairs thai must follow Ihe iichlev emelil r.; pea,. in.' declare that it is a mistake to let Ihe building Industries stand Idle While the war goe on Hundreds of vllluges and several , itlvs must be practical) rebuilt when the war I over To do this speedily they must have mulerlala at hand in advance Instead of walling until the uMn demand swsmps the system of sup ply. Whut would ordinarily take weary years to accomplish un b tkttdlly done if everything Is pre pared In advaa Kvery lumber mill and every brick yard, Hi unci inalsts. ought to he turning out muti rials for building, and storing it against the day of peace lly no doing m n may ' profitably cmp!.. c,l, building sup plies can be produced cheaply untl the entire nation will benefit. TQ wan menu, to delay rebulldiiix in definitely under ., handicap of high prices and inadequate volume of pro duclloii. This munlfeMallon of keen fore thought proves that France Is not only enduring the war with w u bi ful foititude but that she Is filled with hop and inspired with entliua Ittam The sound of big gnus and th sight of millions of enemies Ih arms ,,n the soil of Krence no longer dismays Frcnchm. n n,, v looking lo the future with renewed confide, HPHCIAI. Hunday Dlaner at Whlt cumb Spilngs. l.ei the llaiaici want s,; d your I w.rri. OLOC Hr tha wcrvml I i.l.ii.. A POHTI.AXD JUDOB thai s court cannot has hold enjoin a womai m flirting, king court Any r sotiabtf goo car. will con- RB Is thinking seriously, f gelling Zeppelins part les. I start up again, f second hand flock rescue at.itled touring rnriiK ETHil.KIM sa.-.a nn expert. "wM make hair grow on a dog,'- Hut It won't do anything In the way of hair for the man who owns all the petroleum. MRU. PANKIII'ltMT says its no time to talk peace. Rmmeltne grad ually apreada the Inference that there Ian i any lime lo talk pca.e. TIIK fAIT.MX of the Krnprln ! Wilhelm eaya he'll not Interne. Hut Judging from Ihe Kltel he'll Interne In turn. , lilt TAN might ride Into the presi dency on the water wagon If there were not so many bigger men og It, WHRN Rl.l of Terre ) t six year term. Muy..r Huberts t considered a POHTI.ANIi cement Is one Indus try thai even the Kepuullcaiis admit Is on a solid foundation. O- For advertising purposes Th llvery Rio tlrande Is dandy dope to work Ihe keys And play to beut Ihe hand, llut fact Is I hat in seasons When It's not a strip of sand There are man) YalM y-easons Way at call It liquid Innd. IN and it NOtsAMD a peg 1 now a peg; lot of pegs are no longer a Jag. TI'CI'Mf'Alim bear. new factory la Hll.l.V la iltlMKi: has announced hi grat lllcit , ,,n at the outcome of the Chicago election. It la pleasant to know there la allll something about which I-ortmer can be gratified. THEIli: ARE plenty of IJ-renti-meter mini among tlu Itepubllcan Presidential possibilities. Hut most of ihem are very rhort of ammuni tion to 111. 'lnd me your cried he, ''And I II pay y heart, fulr maid." u with love beyond prlc.' 'Vour talk's .ill right. kind Kir," said she, "llut collateral cuts th ice WAH IB HRIX sure enough This summer the man who nsks you If It's hot enough for yolNwtll also ask when you think the war will end. O I 1 1- I ' o I I llown gunny paths or sh 'ily. Th y lightly trod the around: Moth held their heuds As thoroughbred' Do wheresoever found, tine was a high-horn lady. And one un Airedale bound' I. :oa Keck Wiggins In Jodae. SOME THINGS BOOZE t MONEY WOULD EO 1 ttttt The merlcan tlrocer enumerntes inn ,,r 1)1, benefits which might ac crue lo Ihe cltlxeoa of the country if the annual ilrmk bill. lt.7K.MT, Rl. was turned into leglllmnte chan nels namelv "II would pay Interest and sinking fund on Ihe smoiiul necessury to buy mfoitiihie hoims for nearly nui" llllllloil people "II would buy it stilt of clothes for aevry man and boy nnd a dress lor every w an and Kirl In the 1'niied Hates, with enough left over lo buy i pair of shoes for everybody. "If the money spent for drink were speni i ,r homes, tenancy would disappear in the i tilled Stales within npi general "If It were spent for tsWOMta every child m tin , unary would P- eivc a collcnc cdui utlui, "If It were o, 1,1 for uutomobllea every family In the country would wn a car before Ittt. "if It were spent for rellgpn It would in less than a de ade carry the gospel to every living creator, "If It were spent for railroads it would buy every mile of rallroud In Ihe rnttcii i, ties In ten yeurs. "If ll well spent I r ... :. i i.t II would pay all the expense! i the I'nlied Htutes with enough left over lo pay the bonded debt ,, ui ihu states of the union " i 0. METCAI.h "After Using Peruna Many Yean User. If.,. f can aa Unit na Is a Aim i for vstarib a: tnlls anl m. iii n. It n to jr s w 1 1 know .. if inimfir. wnu urn ATa,sxUwUlltU') " ft atlft qualllies. i bsvi IP-.! s great r others dr. and I fmle l to as a (SSe wtl tt ntlnued use or re in did nut complete s Isfsclory cure In ress side Hans." s Romantic History of the Steam Engine Told In the Smithsonian Exhibition Washington, D. C, April 31.. Prnbsaly no museum collection In tht world heller Illustrate no i t of the steam enRli the locomotive, than I the I'nlted Mates Natlm Washington, which ln the earliest original la numerous models nnd The hlalory of tht SI a msterlnllatlc romsnci allel In the record of h ments. It covers the persistent efforts of ma osophers and mechani steam a mysterious force, and left i i notrollnble factor of The steam engnr hSI develop tartu Jlarly exhibit uf museum nl les two ,,f engine is lout par- is been termed Invention ever converting the the most succtasful btoitght into use for ludenllal energy of coal Inlo meel nl. rs I work . No one knows Un long after It was observed that by holding down the Md of kettle f boiling liquid, a certain force waa created, due to the compression nf Ihe steam, before any use was attempted with this newly dls'ioered force, although It wag pro.tably a great number of years. It Is certain, however, that a aort of steam engine waa exhibited in Alex andria. Kgypt, about ;0 year before our ero began, and it wsa described In a work of pneumatics by Hero, of Al exandria, written between ISO and lit D. C. Thla machine was a rotary af fair, more theoretical than practical, as were many of the results of philos ophy In those days. A reconstruction of this engine In model furm Is In the museum sxhlbits. which concep tion shows Ii lo be nut unlike a Hreek V, hi ile designed a little later. Neither of these machines, however, wits much more than a median! . il toy. although the latter type is said to havi- been practically applied much'''1" later an for lurninx a toasting sp... Nothing more is to be found con cerning the steam engine fur centur ies, a fact which Is no doubt due to the lack of Interest In anything which did not have to du with war or war like implements. The philosopher were practically forced to devote their time to designing military appliances, while the writers recorded the achievements of the same. A hook pu allotted In Rome In 1: gives a description of tllovannl Uraiica's i rude sleam engine, showing It to have been un elementary steam tur bine, with the sole defect, that It lacked any appliances for making Iho Sleum follow the vanes, or buckets, of the revolving whesl. so thut more ut Us energy might have been converted into useful work. ne author In a treutls on . i lainiH Itinl had some minus improved upon thl early devbe. reclpro atlng engine Would proliitbl) lievel have been In vented, but that we would have hud tb. i.lwmtugf of .ii modt rn turbine much sooner. Th museum possesses a model of a very early machine designed by Blr I-.,, x.vion in I Amu. whl, h was pro pelled y a Jel of idc.tm projected backvvurd ukulnst Ihe gar, snd a mode of DttTdg IMpIn h Invention of about Essen Might Belter Washington. I. C Apill 21 Dts scribing Ihe clly of Ksson. tlerma".. and the area! industrial organisation that has made it famous, the N..I, ill lieograpbc society. In today I statement concerning Hie geography ,t the Kuropesn war. suys. "The town of Kss. ii might Just as wtdl have been numed 'strap p. 'if cour. Kss' n v. .! f. i.io. , it es I, (lore the hollse of Klllpp. but It" Importance nnd industrial fsm Is of v.-ry re. cut growth. It is, In fact, n product of the famous firm Almost everybody In Kssen iiowuduys de pends for his llvtllh I upon Ihe lint, of Krupp. ami Ksseu is u t,w :i of 3IHI.IIIIU po, illation II might also be pointed tl-IH while the hoi IS O, ,.l Kssen is about limited by Krupp si" I Ihe firm extends lur beyond the limits of the clly. with numerous brunches Iron ..re mitiei. i ,.ul mines, smellers, an industrial village bear ing Its name, foundries in llerlin and ..Ho c in. s. and a shipyard at Kiel "Kssen is situated ill the heart ol a rich c,,u tad Iron country ami upon a attwork of railways that reach to all of ihe i hlef mining and hMustrial csnlers of the Hhlnelund It Is located in the I'lusslan Hlltl!" province tvv.nit miles northeast of llnesseldorf The streets of the town ate , lean and well laid out. The houses, for th- most part, are sub stantially built and belong la Ihe Ural of Krupp Tb. ie is. however, a think glmosphere u industrial gloom DVtl the . lly. It looks drab In sgtU of paint, and I lo I less ill spile of MM vast weulth thut lis labor earns There Is 11. redeem tin called Into single lighter feature I" citv which has been an Important place 111 the world by i id many a greatest st. "I firm "tht firm ..f ttatsroua not tar Ihe ., i more than lui Krupp. about which . have ben prlnled oil break, is little yeurs old. H..w. .vet. is slice a prominent It Is hollo Frenchman wr.de a thick volume about th. l nuely of Kriiup. in whl'h In- ,, insiders this family's for tune us large enough lo ha classed ill L' the -. in World VVollalels "The l.nind ,,,,,n of Hit Krupp film ut gatM .a, ibe Huhr oiciiried in Iht v. ir 111.' It was 'n the Mist duy of cast steel, and at that time the Cnglish steel nduslry led the world almost t, ., desi e of monopoly Al lied Krupp s Works were established for th. manufacture of cast steel. The cuily .lit f the tit in were days f bitter am! upiuii etit ly . fruitless struggle s as I vis. Hi years iller their fuundjatlOU, Iht Krupp works employed only Ti workmen Hut then th uge ..r rutlWays dawned, and , usi steel nccume an Imnortanl iiitule of "iiiiocrcc. About thla lime, to.., Hit .wlier went into Ihe w,,ik or Bvlophs guna, ami his factory f..g. ,1 the cuol tttti guns ootid tthuss 1 1, , i itler the empire waa forged and wcidod- "The foundet of Ihs factory died before realising ik suvctts of kit the same time. The Investigations of "nverp, and Pacta , aad the success ful experimental engines of Thomas Newcomen In i 70a. with his piston and cylinder toon followed. Xew Rwtjtta'g Ideas were Improved toy .lames Wslt In 1 who also tntm tuced th, high-pressure engines, tha condenser, anil later the dottble-u, t -Ing engine. The development M thv engine was advanced by t'ugnot. Kvans, llornblovter, and Murdoch, a model of the latler's engine Is on display In the museum. As a result of a wager made by a resident of .Vlerlhvr-TV'dvil. en im portant town of South Witles, ihat ho I could convey a load ol Iron nine miles by the power of steam alone. It. id Treviihli. made ihe first engine to run on rails in I hum, and won Iho Waxer t,,r his employ, r Ibe next year. Trev libit k. It hu beep claimed p- letl the stallonury engine built In 1 ' by Oliver Kvans, an Anierlcun, who was fetter Ingenious enough to attach) wheels to a sent and propel il b' sleum through the streets or Phil adelphia in IkOi. This curious crea tion called ihe "uruktor Amphkholls,'' wus the llrel motor car to run on American soil. A model id Trevlthltk's engine is to b,. seen in lite National museum, as) Is also the model of Ihe engine em ployed by John Hteveiis In in: .. and his original tubular ooller. Other models illustrate nearly all Ihe type which begsn lo put In their appear- nnc soon after lilts, when thai "Htourbi lilac I. ion" was built IP Kug- I land and shipped to Amen, a. where It was the first engine to run on full- I sled rails. The museum possesses nut only the model ,,f this hlstorc gth fine, hut the orlxlnni engine Hself. .tiler original lull atxed I conn, live lo be seen in the museum, is tno : "John Hull." uuilt by fJtttgt Hleph- cilsoii and So, is. ,, l.nglatol. and ship. ed lo g sttting lor Je In 1 3 1 on I the Camden gad AHs raiimtd, It j is un, i, -ling I., r, all Ipul th a old ) tell, at eitrlj railroading in America , fexwdt a round trip under II own! slv. m In lI from NV Yrk to t'hliago, where it was cth Idled at lb World's Columbian exposition. Among the models of early nnd h'a lorlc locomullvcs art iliorKe stepb , enson's "Ho. kef built In 1HJ; the! H. mid . engine "Tom Thu.n'o, ' built I b peter t'ooper in Is."', the gra-s- ' hopper type enxltie, "Araliian" t,.' IH30-3I Ihitdwins "Old lioiisol.-. tonslructed In l3i; the "Mandusky. , built In 1 117 ; nnd models of engine. made by Asa Whitn. In and 0. A. Nichols In U'. Ilesldes the two locomotives and the numcrou engine molds II e are In the ex-1 MkMi ctarh and rat aMwtlt, 0 !,.,ns of rails, spikes, wheels, and rttwtM and parte of v lives, pistons, a id otlstr I early palenletl Mt essorles psf tsHlMtg I, , I in It Ives and rtl'riNtds. nil of i v In ii go fsr toward complmng aai absorbing Swhtttf .,( satjgjMc hlsioiy In connection with thla Interesil. f and Important oOOstttrckH twll t- inetlt. be Named KrufJ life's venture, and his U-year-olil son liM.k up the burden, .oiilliiu.u the eslabllshmeni's slow progr. Arier HP. the struggle was fin I succs, ful. the Krupp works sold their K Is throughout Hermans Bd Mtmhti id customs rt m m..r,. huir ot tin mines ..f Kuroa Ry I v 7 :i, I nun w "t I, io. n re , u, i'b and the firm had b. gun In purchn I iron and DOtl mines anil bl.oi f ur gaota. Long before their Irluniphi however, the Krupi's hud 1UI lata operation those pot MM reforms llud were tlestinid to find echo aroon I the world In ll. early '.'."a tha firm had established lor Us workmen t aiek aid and ti'b.n lilli.l tt mt winch the fsartnag empire was it draw the insiilralion that led to ih -establishment of a slate instil ta -system The firm has always remained th personal property ul the Krupp fain lly. It Is owned today by Bartha Krupp. who in Ittd inuii a , I Hie I'riissiau diplomat, form. I ly attached t,, the embassy at WashlngtoBi 1)1 Oust a v von shshtta and II ill. oh Just before PtHha Knii look OVtt the works, they were organucl bu- gdmlhlttratioa purpotta lato a joini stock company. All but loin ghnret ,,l .::. each were taken over by Miss Kr ipp The llrm's capital w.i Ida. ed ul Iki.UOtl.OUU. The Krupp stee woiks now du ply more lb. ,u tl.ttfl men in I tt ul. .n. The film has one Of the in highly developed social servlct -tenia In of elation In exist, u. . aliv Whtr It mainliilna cluba, cO"Optrt- live stortt; hospitals, general and natarnlty; boarditts h ousts, pension. BtCldtnl and sick benefll iitiuls, be sides being partner with lis ink plot... I,, ., namba of tsthtr taotal undsrtaklngx Tht Krupp make nil manner ol things of steel, hut atid this malnli const Hates their wo,id renown Iht Krupp giinsh-.ps hive a limine sup pari from lis orgnnlsaiion They have made , ml unmade mnpa of cinpiic- Btrtht Krupp is kaowa in hat fat htr land us the i gtutott gui-' ii ' Acute Articular Rheumatism ii i .11. .t'l :. ia un- kh'iwi i hi. It ini (b It la fiii' rally In Iim to r n "f uric iic hi in I tin blmHl, i nftitl with r'liinl trulli thm nu i it f i mi nil will h ia a Bimi'ilta lufnt-t (In1 lltrrmurt' nf rhfu- tu mi i i in -mi aliiiMa tlmt llifii Mit hut f w ilnuya t.tih-ii hiiv inn iii-fti Kiviu trim, in -i l i t- i Obrvr tliul 1 1 aa C n f-i tain flruif liaa littn uanl with tin- utmoal () LWlion . nthttra liavi luuinl thif aiu- n iitfdy to lift itrnui llhiipMiiiiiRiftnt. 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THE HERALD'S PRIZE CONTEST rar AildrcsM ,M'"' X" Nol uooil niter pril foiaC iik Iw ; ih Evening Herald April 21 Evtitles bearer fo tMs iled t Iks .4.. lot... tkv nr. . clerk hlrt. St ttHHHIHH MAGNIFICENT ILLUSTRATED nd ml' ' in a" I dllioa ,n ' ' I l-, a ci .ll.-i -i. ,i ,, c,. . r 99 ol the iplik ill) iliu'lratini; BIBLE aiitltcrircd cditi, n, :i IcTf-pr nonni , marginaj rtfejtgag m .., nt i, -: pro l ..,i (kin I g Asj.t.si ; It papti I rniruj ..i all l Ijj , "r'i'Si utile type. Sis Consecutive Free Certificates and Ihe hoeii The S3 ILLHaTPATED ..a... I,.. Ql . "''"T . .nd Ik. OlC KXftNSl ( r I I .t II Hi! trt thr TitoVrt n try fatont tjtyjfci and at ih ttattttJtatttttttttt;is swsesNSMev stsNss- s. JOHNSON'S HERMAN & WILLIAMS J. 0. BALDRIDQE LUMBER W. H. HAHN GO. ' st In loci of 411 vlBtVl. L HONI 11. 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