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THI IVgyiEO HERALD, ALBTTQUEEQTTE, H. M., TUESDAY. JUNE 8, 1915.
Th foening Herald, j thiVMMM bt me CVKNIXG uMauuk. IM OstORtiK K VAU.MNT. Manner U. 11 HstKIKri Editor PijldtahSsI rvee Jft)rvjW4)Sj I rept H-indsy. at 114 North 8MHMD j1 lrt. Albwgarr.Ht. N. M. Entered Ml seeun l elae matter I I (ho po,lce t AIWOHJ). K. M., under the AM of Man 1 1T. Om month by moll or earner 8e Om Mk by earrkar lie On year by mall or carrier tm advance , ItOt fni nu axt wtTv o Ult cily council 1.-1,1 uiv.uh. r regular meeting last nlrhi al which It dlacuaned a number i ert for the people, a matter .n a hlch the people Just nnw ara aa e. lively interested aa In any hualneaa before the rlty administration, except the water awyjply iuaatlon. The peo ple want I hear fre. band concert". They have had (hem In tha pa at mrough aaalalam-e from tha city traawry and there la nn reaaon now why the city ahould not provhto (hem. If the city admrnlel rnt!.n ob)acta IJ Sunday evening for giving the con- crts the people will acept Wednaa day, cr nlmoat any other day In (h9 ee. Tha preaent city administration haa a record of accompllehmant for tha people conalatlng of aa nearly nothing In net result aa any rlty administra tion In our history. It haa Initialed i. thing for the public and tta achieve mania tm carrying forward public work already Initiated by a more enargeth- predecessor consist chteflv In beginning the work of putting an outside finish on thr city hall Without the slighest desire ta erttti da or find fault with out city admin istration, which baaan It career with a sensational effort to run the city by lores, and which sim-a has given no evidence of force anywhere in, around t about it, the Herald would auggeat that It might at least give ronalderu torn to this tiny 'Ittle matter of the weekly band concert, a trifle for th I ensure of the people which thev want very much and lo which Ihav are entitled. So PHtM-lT IN IT. a x AN'Al.THIH of our foreign A trade given out In Washing ton yesterday by the Depart ment of fommerce will tend to taka '.be wind out of the sails of thiate who would sail swiftly Into permanent I roeperily through business In this unlry created by the war. We have galne.i enormously in the mils of war auppliss to Europe. We hav gained nowhere else In our foreign trade. Ws havs. In fact, lost In vol ume of business outside of what may Is strictly rlaasiftrd as "war sup I Use." An item of fifty-eight million dollars received for horses and mule fed to the battlefields miiy mean pros erlty and ready money for a very few of us. But In such an ovsr whslmlng calamity as that which has robbed starups of civilisation there can be no profit for any peo ple, beiilggraat or neutral. War news has developed Into so or dinary a subject that the reader, busied with hla own affaire, haa llttla lime or Inclination to atop to consider the situation on the Continent of Eu rope. He falls to remember that there la un area In Europe, in what is called a slate f war. which Is mor.' than four (irnea greater than the sjiwg St peace. He doe, not realise that Six times as many people are In ing in that area ua are living In the territory not within the war tone. As the struggle stands tda) there Me S.4i.S49 square miles of territory within ths warring countries batlliii under the flags of the allies, und 441.. ft! square mile within the uren un der the Teutonic banner The total area uRc ted by lha war is MM.IfAj square miles, nnd against this the whole of Europe haa but 732, 111 guars miles of territory in which O-called pea, i pisil loiter area we have included Ind iana. Itoumanla, Albunla and tlreece, although these lour nations are srmsd nl ready for the call I" War Placing I hem on the war slds of the ledger then are hut tM.ftM eouiuc miles of neutral territory left as Kureps) out of a total of pru 'i ..It -4,tiu.swti siuaie miles. As lo the population of Kui ' psae and at war. the figure ara more striking. Including the. four Ralkan Males mentioned above, tggal papglalltn of the nations at peace, or neutral, la . '!. Ist, un I With the four nations iinniloi.ed at tear, this neuiiiil populali.n will la- ItJelUBSi to about Is OOO.Ott" I'ndei the allied flags there are 2gr,,0 1,04)0 people directly affected hy war, Ihe greatest number these being In Russia, which has u Em psan poulatlon of 1 4 i.uuu.goo. As WoelBeas Of tit I Rdttortal Rooms 1T ivhhImii. ii nf Ru- Hat r 1 a Tho i tiurnp) In impulatir lnilr.il o the Teuton! allloa. In th !fhit population Oraol ItrltMIn cov trlwvitae t.aat.go., Frxncr 4,Brtft,i'ii i and Italy s-S.Sari.rinfi. In tho Ten- lni allies populatlm Herman hs l,ofi.a, Turk.-. ( thre mam ustiia .n. an! I. mi iinn Th ' tha entire Tau. jtnnle allied people, while. In ddl I'lon to thaw mentioned under tha a- cSlled nllla. wc have l'elglum. Rue- jaia. Hervka and Moift negro, j There ara :i great nation In Ku- eiaa excepting tha miniature Man J Marino nnd tho liKe nno nf thaae 121. II are no at war and tour the I Fslkane threaten to man h at any moment, ft pa IB nnd Portugal ara j somewhat cut ilT tha war mi their position, and because thay have little or nn intereet In th struggle. Portugal - the four rtulkana being considered in n stnte nf war 'hero are only five great natlnna In Europe Raw enjoying peace and maintaining neutrality They nre Holland. Mwlti trland. Norwat, ilwedsn and 1 're mark . This ia the condition In Europe In the ysar IMS the highest mark m th marrh of lima and . Initiation And In no age haa thsre been n thlng to compare wllh It. even re motely. The world la In a sorry shupr a IB Asia the European struggle b- ' bad Ita effect, and In JMsxlco and Por titgal Internal strife haa lorn an otherwise peaceful people should complications arise thnt call for ar tlon on the part of the t'dtted Mate Ihla Is lha mesa into which I'ncle Sum will be dragwaw. And thsre is m.th Ing In thai pronpe, i that Inspires on wllh hope or hupplnsss. TIIK RSKnM. 41,111. in "vil I'Kijl'K -' advent IBto league basehsll waa olwerve'l with considerable ceremony. We had a parade nnd a band eoncer'. and the mnynr was to have pit. he I the first hall, only he didn't conne 't with the pr Krum and there was great crowd out, pilte filling the If hall park, and someone presented the hunuger of the team with an uriufull o roses. It was fine. Now look at it. Prom all reports the team hasn'. been paid foe a matter ot two weeks. How II manages to look so healthy and well fed ia a mystery. It la a good team, too, aa claar 1) learns gov If started out like a pennant winner, nnd there ia reason to lielteve that U ean yet win the trophy. If It lives to enter u final contest. Albuiueriue surely Is nol In it same class with Douglas and I J Crucee, which gave up membe'ahlp in the league because they .ouldn't af ford a team. Just one thing Is the matter with our team. It hasn't been supported: ot by financiers and business men: fur these have subscribed considerable amounts of money, but by the I ins, the people who suld on that npetiln'" dsy that they wanted league bnsebu'l In Hi's city. All on earth that Is needed lo put the Albuquerque club on Us feet, nnd push It Into the top scors of tht league, la a matter of dally Income al Ills gute. We who went out to thai pening gsme and cheered roundly can have baseball right along. If we will go to the games. If 'e do not f,u league baseball in Albuquerque fares an early and Iraglc death. TIIK oltK.IN VI, .Hi N I B OTH England and Francs clulm to huve had the first public conveyances, which wire fore runners of the modern Jitney bus. The hackney carriage was estnidlshe I in London in by CapUm lliillv. a retired eu taptuln. He put four Coaches into service, dressed his men In livery nnd instructed them ho' much to . hdrge for transportlntt per sons to vsrloiia parts of London Tne f ist h.o kney . ua b stand was at Mus ¬ ic, in the Htrnnil. The idea bei nme popular nnd the enterprising sen tup- In Ihlslteiu coon hud competitors. For a time there were only XV hackney roaches in London In 30 yers th n li m be i nn renecd ' arid ill ' be time of CsaWkkj II hackno Bg which now number annul a . were stlgmallsed Ir n royal pro, Iniiw -. In. A ... I.I 1 obbm.'A "ht, renMtll f their rude und disorderly atandin.' aid passing to und fro In and about our Hiss and suburbs, the d reels hthl highways thereol being pestered an I made Imissssible, the pavement tlp'fbioken up and Hie common .wi"l ban ucled and made danger. ..t t. Henceforth none shall stand in the street. but only within then coach houses, atnblea and yards' However Ihe objection In hackney cabs stand ing In Ihe t reels waa over, nine aid In 1 7 1 they wet allowed lo seek i uiluin uninoleaied The number w.n llinlled to Slit), which increased lo I, null ln 1771 and lo l.luu in i- SOLOC Mranil rwate. MAT 1 WntiNU with our schools" sake a writer In Denver field and Farm. The chief thing wrung la a lot of nut trying in fix tha in. He aura a ten Inch high atraw hat A lovely linen-lawn rravat A spotless Palm Reach an It. And than it rained; tha wind she blow, fc Than eame a little aaml storm l.o And now behold lha beaut. O IT TOOK AN AMKRU'AN to rrTc, lively with u Zeppelin cop THIH PROVE" that high really ara useful attar all. Ilyera , HnWEVKR. It Mill pay not lo go up In lha air without beta fully equipped. IA i heerftllly defines the loss mys as a strategic necessity. 8 ura. WEI.I., according to the alternative of the -nut i r New Mexican the cupltal of New Mexico haa alerted to remain the oAtcial dtapsnser of the high ball. IH'T it wasn't the New Mexican's fault. O AN Y WAT, Renin Fe Mil nlnne In her class. There's East Vaughn. DETRnlT physician advise. "If you must drink whiskey, put water In It.' This exactly reverses the expert advice of that well known siieclaUst HI Hlball, who asserts: "If you must drink water put w hiskey In It. ' Little band nf bandits Looting night and morn Make tha llttla Mexican Holler loinl for corn. --O til II MA NY may be fooling our diplomatists by talking pen e but ahe Isnt fooling the Russluns In Uallcln a bit. Wh RBCKIVaVJ two telephone i alls this mnrnlng ns follows: Call: "How did the election m Hants Fa 1 "132 for the wes.'" "Fine business!'' The other one How did the election in Hniita Fe toV "lit for the wrt.' "Alas, poor Mantu Fe! ' We'll slve Vou two liaoaaa as to the respective business of the inquir er. O - "HENIIY FMD gets 127, ,14 In (lock melon " headline. It it Inch there notbing Ito. ky about that Ford Bsslott. si'EVKIV'l of melons, the flrst Texas watermelon Is about due. AI.Si iTIIKIIELLYACHE. O The 4 siily Known I for a Fly. t From the London Chronicle) We are debuting Just now whether the fly Is a nuisance. During na of his moiintiilnaerlns expedition to Kwltterlnnd Hlr Italic ntepben dlcov. ered that the tt j could be made to play an unconaclous part In a Ki.ln bling game. "Iist night.'' he say In a letter written to his si: i from Zeriiintl ,.n Meplember 1 A, M7n, "slg of us got to ptavinu fly -loo. Thlt mesns thnt everyone puta down a lump of sugar and n len-centlirie piece In front of him: and ihe one on whose sugar the llrst fly aettles gets the money," (Note Fly-loo waa popular In Al buquerque until some wise guv tlgur ed out he could cop all the money by welling his piers of sugar. The Hportlnu Editor I O THE HA N'T A FE wets, you mlghl say. put ul the Kurds Into the re ward. 1- Einc Harvard Student I 1 1 , i I nr l'r lb. H n, a.!- rambri.lgs, Mass., May Jo Har vard him M-ver.il undergralualen who have takes up Ihe fud of huvlnsT bangs ill .piling over their fori bends. New York World. Rome men put up n front that's grant It cannot be denied Rut when called ..n to demmslrote Show emptiness inside. Itlrmlnghnm Age-Herald. And siiine haw fronts . ommensiirutc With peanuts cut und dried: Mill those who will InvestlKle Mui find the goods inside. The untie It lids tin- Man. (From the Center. Col., Posl-Dls-palch.) At Ihe meeting of the Town B ird last evening Harney Tough w.i re appointed murshnl. The pioneer in nperittiri public coft' veyan.es In France was Si. bolus Hun vage He originated the term "ll re,'' denoting a sort af hoosll ' gig. The name wna lule: applied ' four-wheel conveyances. Th French style of vehu le crossed the rhantXSl nnd In , nun popular In KnglBBw HBshtT the name of cab A Un imriKhui'i manufacturer named Hanson ,ulenl .1 ha bans. can.' which la at'H MM in till countries lord He . o la Id .a I led II Ihe "gondola of I. on don ' To the Wife of One Who Drinks 1 have nn important , oulldential message for vou it will '"ime In a plum envelope. How to onquer the Honor habit In 1 day and make li a happy. Wonderful, safe, lusting, te llable, InelBSjhslv method, guaran teed. Edward J. Woods, ISM C, -tn-ion E, Ns Yolk, N. Y. A Galley o Fun ! ALWAYS. I It musical comedi kins; ( 'n thr tropical uland shores M. he ruler of ever) thing. Hut lir never reign--h butetl ONE WAY. Cti the tWICS Pr. Mil... I. coin pel ttort Jo., have ulliiti ily shows pur antrafh.n VVr hav. .incrntratcd iiur business twice a much at they have. MEETING HIM. Mag'Mttslr Don't ynn know thai such men as you are a menace lo society? Culprit. Well, I s'pter it'i ns that's renonilile for so many law yrrs and judges' Old lady -My husband I very liable to attacks of sea-sickness I'cr haps you vould tri him what it the best thing to do? Captain - There ain't no need la tell 'im, mum - e'll do ill ACCIDENT POLICIES. Murphy. -Thin 'I it a liberal pnllry the tmoulh-jawed young man told Catry. Yit. Shore, there are tome viry ttractive inUimnitiea i( I gil hurl playin' gulf, polo, or driv in' nn am aeroplane. The paying-teller in one of the up town trutt companies which has many women depositors has jutt had ihit framed and hung up on the wall of hit "cage:" Notice. The following old jokri are .flu-tally canned: 1. The pike about the woman wh drew a check wrung, thicw it int the fire, and IhM called up tin ban in a panic ami asked that payment on th check he slopped imtiieHiatel 2 The joke about the woman win went into a bank and thought tin could open the tame kind of an at vomit st in a department tore, settling up at the end of the month i. The juke about the woman for whom her husband opened a bank account and then was afraid to draw ihetk because she thought people might And out how inuth she so (lending and what it was for. 4. The joke about the woman who, when told by tin- bank thai she had overdrawn her a. count. in.-itttO that it vuuldn't be, as the had vevcral blank thecka at II left in her cbck book. 5. The joke about the woman whe went up iu the air and was griev ously insulted I, muse the caahiet who lived on the same alrect) in isted that thr mutt be identified upon presenting a cheque for pay incut. A DRUGGIST'S LIFE. "Can you not wail on me imme Jiatel) '' demanded the ruh'.y-dre- :d woman. "I'm in a great hurry " "Yet. Let tin- have your prtMcrip 'ion," Mid thr busy druggilt. "I have no j. rescripts-n I want you to look up a number fur me in the telephone book'' Kxvhange WHEN SHE COMES INTO HER OWN Fair deader Finally, I submit, your Honor, tli.it there it an un assailable reason why my ilient should not receive the only sentence dictated ly the evidence. You have but lo catl your eye upon ni) ilirnt lo tee thai one of her rr ah full figure Would br unspeakably humili ated hy being lor.nl le wear prison stripes ' Her Honor Ha' Pyj toner discharged! Tit true' HALF-BAKED. Willis I ml ihey give you any new books for Christmgt? (iillll Yes, a lot of the usual half baked kind nther illustrate, I by the author or written hy the artist. No man ever discovert hit true powert of locomotion until he ttart on the moral or financial down grade. Intelligent ilrti 1 milled pereon are always running up against ttupsl pig-headed persons. Isn't it funny r THE EXCUSE. Knickrr Do tltry drett for dinner at that summer hotel? Bex ker Worts; they eat lor dressing. The to. el uli.i -inn tearfully of the aadnctt and pathos of the rnipiy thstr could never have been in the linhiS of u, lli.m shsweil every Suil day morning brtwceii nine and ten o'clock. TURN ABOUT Hokut -1 oottiatb. ehf I'd have the blamed thing . tilled out il It welt mine Pokus. So would I, if it were yourt. ai 1 1 u 1 uir ci.nnn .',.. I. I'heee is nv body to bore with the Isle of m first trip abroad, ' uc un-l. Here with he sadly waiierf fdr the world to populate. NI'ECl.M, Hundny Plntiet at Whit comb Hprlnga. TRY A HERALD WANT AD Thinks Something Is Wrong With Schools (from the iter., County News.) T any one who la at all fatnllisr wllh educational matter throughout the stale of New Mexin, it must be nuite apparent that ihere Is something wrong. It I quite si. I.. .u- . rw, ni.vir o,, ,i,e .iiiiiiii, i in non resident teachers that are em ployed in the state I ten per cent of the total number employed In New Mexico school rooms it a entirely logical lo aay that there Is a reason for tbl: It msy be a gnod reason or It ma be a bad one, and to prove that either I Ihe case la not lha ob ject of Iheae few remarks. There are many tencheii. great nswnj oi mem young ones, who have plans for speedy mobilisation h.,v graduud In. m high schools during 'been made The government las in Ihe past several years nnd later look todch with establishments which normal tracing, w bo ni- not employ-I euiild supply every necessity of an sl and who are unable to get arhouls nrmy of n half million within a because there are not enolsh posi-1 month The men could bo be mou tlona to go ground. u,,. most ofilllsed before their SUUtille. would be th non-resident teachers employed in tne schools f New Mexico ure I The national guar of the v arious M" lallst in some branch of tsduca- gtates, figured on paper nt r.M,0iirt tlotinl work: manual training, domes- j men. would probably yield about half tic art and science, Hpnnlsh. etc. ithut number ia valuable fighting The matter would seem to resolve trnops. From the collese ggd gehools Itself Into this if the New Mexico where military service Is required it Normal nr training teacher to bails believed thai the xm eminent Hi i.iit und are uttering .nurses in 'would get at least S3, mill voting man all Hie rpeclal work required in New ' w ho could be made valuable snldler Mexico school rooms, then the vurlougjln a short time. Veterana of the bourds throughout the tnte thnt are ; fpsnlsh-American war by thousands employing non-resident teachers arc probably would enlist and could be not very loyal to their own state and winpped Into shape within a few are more or leas dumaMr for Ihe ! waeka nr months. condl, ion on the other hand, If the. The fad thnt Cor months Enslnnd. Annual schools are not training Teachers to be efficient or nre not of - firing sPcl Irnining in nil tha work that Is required in New Mexico then they nre to that extent a failure, and should get right. There . iinn.it be mm li question but that if nil the normal ,chool in the Stair nn rgd Into IS g 1 sttons si hool the udvuntage would be much better for the teacher and I Horn people, enslaved by trad the one school would lie less ex pens prirar their aheap In June, emploving lo the tax-pnyets than nre the si viral,,,,. thu uurnose a throne ..r Mexican hlch i On the Gentle Art of How to Start in Rr.ising Sheep J Iienver Fit Id (Lionel I.. I.ivesev, in and Farm.) IN THE first pl.u-e the embr.vonn shepherd xlmuld never lake ud Vice ill uii kind Tlto, .sill , the neighbors much trouble, will dis play otittdence 111 himself and pro ) ably Ihe buyer of pelts will do mm II jattglMssj with bun He. ..ndly, It Would be well to buy some sheep. This is u K I lu'gliining. M.inv p., .pie g.. n to ihe ?h.-ep bualness heuvlly with 1 pencil ami paper and make so inn h ino'o in a few minute that nothing seem worth while afterwards. Avoid all au u dillh nil) by buying some sheep, lliluill ,1 bum h !) tne late siiiug. Iii this way Hie winlei dub Cuttles inn be avoided and slieuriug 111. .11. will be ibis.- al band V hi will, no doubt, pa;, the other man lor having Wintered litem, but vou .ll do Un und shake hands with your self, a great vurg'tv of urtrsds ahould I.. ele. ted if possible, be . nun h 1 an be learned m this wu nnd Some of them ale mm to be uult.lble Hu b minor details a lunge and -amp .v ill not be discussed at i ngib llangi Is of no Importance white..: Having purchased live acre and a rpring, you un always run n some t.ody Sat' runge, altlioiigh posalbt. in isrne ..u iiuiv hav. lo run ptwtt) fust. Camp are uiineccnrv , us the sheep should be allowed lo ued down ui iilKht wherever they hBpBasH to b and the herder will need u ourro to move . amp with. This will . ..mp. en . I' foul II votes, which ale a ti. .mad I,, wult around the Stng corral In gleat numliers. Ha s sheep, un impoiiniti step Is to pro cure a herder. This is not dittl ult to do, 1, c ause herding ehep Is u pr..- . r 1 I 1 1 map, consisting a ev.i .n knows, ul om- delightful, long drawn out ioe on lilt- grussy slope ot a nearby bill. With the sheep grim 31 lieacefully round about, the askMsce unbioki'ti save for thr i-asu.u.. Ideal of a distant lumb, Hee any poetry book. At this stage 01 the game, go in th nearest sulci! and h.re an oltjs Hun' fowpunt-her one who is an . x -pert with Ihe lariat beiuuse sheep are very hard to rope. Approm h your . nwpiiiH her with diplomacy and c Hon. (eometlme these men are touchy un tile kiiI.Jo t of sheep. HoW- '.11. with care, no 4Mh)UH) should be eti'-ounlereil. Many will advise thr Use of Mexicans. I'm no ulteniion to ra h slavish adherent c io tradl Hon At Ihe atari reeuT OOWPssSS Iter will meviiuoly say "Hheep is some thing I don't know imthin' about." This ma silt prise you, but all th sum.- I lie stale of mind Is BgtlgfaQa II I) He ,s hot so likely lo give oU getvl a. Then again, as yog rim v en . minted ilillb ultli-H in ihe sh. ep bMp Hess he will no doulil lessen Ihem 'or you. L4 sheep, les il I III. II 1 1 les ' You un Bos) lurn the sheep loose with him. 'I he .1, n shoulsl not I tint ed us Ibis would I'.iuse man)' disputes l.lli 1 It von happen to know th number, the dull' ulty egg be avoided by mat .ouniing them again fliv your berdei unlimited pro.isiotiM. to bun o, igaieti. papers and wlnrkey. The lust will waul off pnei nn .iiia und lake his attention from the sheep, probabl) saving miHideride loss. If vou have a ri k -be. p. part 11 Irom thr herd by tunning lha whole bunch thtoiigh u tiute. for this will give you 1 r it 1 11. e ut u part lag-gals, Tak. the sheep to the warmest bam you hav, take it tempcrutuie. feel us pulse und sit up nil night with 11, nothing Ha various symptoms. The sheep will probably die, but joii will be as tonished at Ihe number of eyiuptosgtsj Your herder ssMHlid gam this exper lelii e with vou. lllve your herder several sheep dogs and ' oyote hound illisr will aflolil Ihe gheep mil, h barinl.ss .rui..e in running from ci.yolrs. round ttu The dogs Will also legr In 1 'I. 1, ..1 king nil night, nnd give Ihe toil lo lie bunch a sense of security obtained otherwise dun ning expense can be led I I'V feed lug tm snlt 10 v 11 1 herd Without salt he sheep will eat more puiewi weeds are now opecuuns. tsj h 1 B 1 . . . ... General Scott Believes Army of 500,000 Could Be Raised Quickly t t HEi'ENT . It- Alngton quo fteott ns b ll..l - ou L ol ,." ' " " "J ' '""-11 ninis meat an emei - gencv In .aid. I.UPO, men The tirp.it' h ridlowa: use lha Cnlted Hlataa vhmild ly become Involved In Ihe nn war, an nrmy of nnn.omi mild be rled nnd equipped within ..! month nnd Would lie ripe for buttle within a few months there after. Becretsry of War Harrison nnd chief nf HtnrT Hugh l. Hcntt sines the Kuiop, 'ii tr ' s newti quietly preparing for any emergency. redv for Ihem. Fram e and llusaia hav,. been Inrgelv I dependent upon the I'nlted Htntc tut ' war supplies hus made it possible for the I'nlted Htute to prepare for any emergence In fur leas time ihnn ever I before when dsnaer nns threat, to-, I Amrlcnn nulomobile nmiu. I. Hirers re now al work turning out the Int seseseseseses. w-ssses -sw,wavwww"jva - savj ,,,,1 ,. ....s.i ...rn u ,., do the shearing when the. ..re leaving gules open, waiting for the slnrm to 1 grinding their shears ..r forgetting to replu e bor rowed tools. This I n nerve-ra k,n sn son win, h . ould be avoided by ih" simple expedient of allowing the WO I t dr.qi ..ft the sheep in the course of time. Wool prices being In the kl ml. ml. thi delay would be profit- able. K there ia any desire for un 1 curlier 0N erst, it may be readily . iii.nn.,1 by driving the herd l.ipldlv Ihioilgh nn ormniirv ...1 1 1 . I wire fence pevernl times. I have ti.und that when allowed t folios their natural bent, most herd ers will do UHa in Ihe mdmai fj day work, thu sic 11, g the wear nnd tear, 1. un and trouble of opening gates For shouting purposes. It I well to add lb il a neighbor',! fSBjCt should be me I. Hookkeeplng is umiet essnry In the sheep I. USUI' s Your ehe k look Will ! ihe story. Fallotf Ihes, slm pl. rules for one vear and your en Hitlsiui III lot till busilieSH Will be BSJl1 that y.ai will be ansion- lor your friends to share voiir investment. "Mas vale gaiter que haber," but I '..few li niiri dm el J Painted Fui niture X For the Veranda Till' new. si nf id. IBs uf turiiiture s the painting in gav olors, 0-1 a BSUtrgl background, of odd PtinvoMloMI r floral .1. signs. This u another of those Interesting re vivals which we are hnvtng nowa day of Mtylea in vosue anywhere from flirty to sixty years ago I'ale gray bedroom asts painted with sarlaadi A Good Banking Connection h Important to You It makes no difference what the nature of your busmen, what the amount of your idle fundi, You demand absolute tecurity; and you demand every service, every accommo dation that 11 bunk 'aypronry give. x If you live in Hew Mexico or have buiinc. interest here, yoa can be sure you have made the most advantageous banking n nection if you open an account with Um State National Bank OF ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. United Slates Depository Depository A.T.& S. F. Ry . ent drnlgn in military conveyances for th belligerents nhrimd. There oncerna could fill every ilemnnd of Ihla government within four weeks, II Is estimated hers. American shoe and ' bithlng manu faclurera also have been busy on wnr . oniract. for months past. They, too, ould fill nil government orders In time for the organisation of any nrmv whb-h tha I idled Htnta might pine in the field. Hlmilurly with American medi.-nl supply lon.erns. They have every remed) and every lnstiuni.nl needed In mllllsry hospital. The latxe force of American dm lor and nurses In Europe. It i axpe, led. would be called upon to nugme-it th,. tlledl- nl depnrtinent nf ihe nrmy. If Bests), sary, while the many church and so cial organisations which have been preparing bntulnse and clothing for the wounded of the European nrmies are ready to prepare similar material for Ihe I'nlted mate if needed H. ictnry ,,f War ilnrrlsoii, al though bitterly regret i lug the state of tinprepnredneaN In which the I'nlted Htnte exists, bus done every thing within hi power to prevent i recurrence of events sii.-h aa chsrac terlsed the mo.'iilitatlon for Hie Hpan-ish-Amerlcnn wnr. For weeks the war depariment lias been in close It it with all Amen, in firms mnn- ufnctttrlng wnr materlnl of any sort Arrangement hnve been roinpleted so thnt the slightest request of the government will no given the right .f way ..ver all other contra, t- nnd business Though he haa not mu.-h f an nrmy. Hecretary Hnirlun is prepared to outfit a anights lighting force. The question is, will he need IS do an? of rosea: black bakgr. oiittda in quaintly formed chairs, on which an. painted lacquered posies in old fatthlnhsd groupings, these we huve hnd fin month BBOt. An entirely novel (den, however, Is seen In the porch furniture painted in a4lg Itussinn olors in the loveliest of coti veiiiloiial patterns, one set thai han ilriiwn uniistinl utti'ntlon to Itnelf I painted in dull reds. MBn und gold o-i a on. kground of rich or 11 color. hTe et .-nnslntn of heavy I ible, Willi four candlesticks built Into It. t n 1 1 -ped with cle.trlc lord BttchlW4M . The table and candleslb-ks nr. . luirmlngly ornnmentsd. und the cun lie shndi s table runner and hln 1 ate de. .iran-d lo harmonise A bng ben, h. a solid arm chair, nn open mui , hair and two straight chairs, to. gutter with a pretty service w 1 ..11, ure part of the et. To K., with thi porch equipment. Ho re is a Dower tub deem Ite.l III Ihe same pattern, with an odd wooden tiellis rising from it, surmounted b a bird . age. Trellis and . age nr,. m gay 1 olors. I' . luted furniture for the , hlblr, ii'h gurtatf) poirh , olio j in lu-eit-. aaSstgna and ol'.ts. It m:iv be ordered 111 plain ...lor. nnd will then he do oral ed to suit the purchaser, iniinv of tha stories anil games goal i the vouugsler heart being llluslriiled in this furniture for the aiiin.li Tin. furniture withstands outdoor iocs without injury. Kiopsi Tiist mil. Just n lew drops of thnt ml I, sooilnng, cooling wash. Merit I 1: BOMS Itemedy, highly te, oinmeml d for I : , Hid the it h'ti - an. I burning la gone. Don't fail to try thi at, 1st HI leno ly fur nny form of Km ma. We know Mento I: I;, nie.lv will give yog instant relief, -old a id guaranteed by ntwell long i'o., Hole Agency. I'rlreg t.0.'. 1 1 mi. i