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THE BVEHINQ HBBALD, ALBUQTOftTO, N. M., THURSDAY. JUlfE 17, 1815 The Eetnmt Herald. rrm kvkxixu hkium., inc. OttOROE . VALLIANT. MUMMt H 11. I!KNI!40 Wliof ru duhed ex-err afternoon aa eept Sunday, 114 North Second street, ilbuut.ua. K. M. RMtrtd a tcond-elaaa matter at the post.. at Atbuqusrqoe. N. M.. under the Act f Marsh S. Ufa. o month by man or carrier. Ide One wk aa carrier Ik on ar by mall or carrtar In sdvanrs I Teiepkomt: Ofttoa CdiUrta! Rc-twe II f -'I trtMHt Htt IHWI K can wall afford A to indulge In a Utile et- together celebration Saturday afternoon t tlu e nt Ihe new T. M C A liulMing when the fir.i -unit will' be tamed prepara! nrv. to exca vating for the foundation of (he new building, one of ihe moat Important pirhllc Institution ever provided for thla city Th building of the T. M. 6, A. home not only mean the erec tion of a monument to Albuquerque enterprlar and fine public aplrlt. but It mark' a mileelone In the aoclal and moral development of tl.ls cltj an occasion which may well lie ob aeryed with alncere enthusiasm. It will be worth white for every man nnd woman In Albuquerque to gather at the T. M. C. A. Mte Malurday af lernHn and take part In Ihe pro ceeding V(t MI!K HH if D 1 IHfli a to engaging atreet carnival ciinpany to appear here during the waak of the -i.i i, fair aeem ' indicate that there U a very atrong feeling again! repetition of the ute of buetne. trwq for a regulation car- tllal ,olnpan. more oppoain, n the carnival tompany. in fart, than haa efer heen evMent here before. The fact I- that there are do good I urntvai pdntea any more. The traveling ln-e carnival outfit, a enaai : between a cl.-evia and vaude' Hie out lit. iroHc to great popularity all over the t'niled gtatea and several first rlaa an regit lona were formed. One or two of tneae appeared in Alhu quurque during the state falra of never I years ago. Hut these hlgh 'catat orgsnltationa were unprofitable. The carrying expenae waa too great and the really good oaaa dltlntegrht ed erteral year ago. All that are left are distinctly second-class and the great maturity are in no claa al all fit for public patronage. There ore no good street carnival compa nle. and unlets aome one cure to create a really good one eepecially for the coming state fair, the Herald anticipate that we will not be trou bled with a a'reet fair; certainly not with u denae cloud f hamburger fume and 't denser amell thereof around the buelneae dlatrtet. For the mate fair thi year la going to ha flrat-claaa in every detail. That la csrtuln. A fourth -claaa cruaa be tween a rlrctit and a heap vaudeville show doe not fit in the picture. The .ae Vegaa Optic, commenting on a i oming carnival In ' -n Vegaa and atreet carnival outfitj In general, nay: If permitting a carnival to operate here during the New Mexico Cow boys' reunion will contribute mater ially to the pleasure of the crowd in at tendance at the big gut henna, a l ha cowboys' committee seem think, the Optic la glad that thr eogro'tl vi,w fn grant the in to i ity vt- aar license, IL.wever. thi paper tuggeata that arrangement be made to pn.vnlr "i he i and better entertainment dur ing thr l''it reunion It uggeta. too. that no combination ol rlrcum Htani'e ' l,c alloweii i" onaplre lo cauae the latuante of license lo another larmval ni,.in) There i no diapuimg the fart Ihut larnivalt are in the nulaanit- i aa If pet nutted to ute the atreet they math finlll apace belongtng lo Ihe public und interfere w'lh train. They require the servkea of pe. lal police becauae ol the fact that they almost invarmid are follnwi .1 by '-rook. und 'or ihe reason iibuuI u lendem y i ahow of the riaqur type or gamet where the dealer ha 9 and nine tenth peiceniage In ln fa i r. lata Vagas I able to proptc eater- iMlimnl ,,f u Iteller claas. rndoubl- ndl tin Mould liuw i,i en none tin. year liad II not iieen lor the Mitdden - as with wlinh I ha CanjbdM' reun- p.n prolocl waa launched In the man o( work ihut devolved upon the i oinmitteea thU feature waa not rgvgghad until H became apparent that a carnival waa the only logo ..I thing, beawuae of shortness "I f rr.r The optic wunte ine cawboya "I the other v. -nor to have a good j ..j-- ld 0(Msa not artah to bo can-1 iiuci aa oppoalng I hem in fact It g mid gu glrnoM any length "ke ,t .. union a aui esaa hut It beln ve. thai in future yeart the carnival - mean of amusement at l he re unions ttmukt not ha onMdrrrd. Thta paper on record at being oasoa to the further Ih anting of carnival to I at Vegaa. THK I' l It). I H. I'lUK IIKMtCXT. w MAI be . - the moat important i financial , .inference between the aee. 'retary of hi trenaur' and the dele-1 Mtea of the antral and llouih American republics la that ..f an In- ten hanar if . red It by the aPivern- menl f the lulled mate with the government embraced in the Pan American I'nlon Thla cold be ef- ted. It la pointed out, "by taking m a Mouth Amertcaa nation Ita ''-' legation bearing four per cent iuterctt living at en a country a use nt of I'nited Hint" Pond hear- jamount i ,hr T ""ere.t our lerntoent, however Itialrad of making ne par rent inference In Inter- lb. eat rate, would devote thla to the umcrthmtino ai ilie Annh Ainerkan bond, which by lnveetln ihe ainkitM fund at thre- per cent would lie a -compllahed In 4? year " The juatlfk-atlon of auch nn ar rangement, according to Ita tponaora, reaidea In ihe fact that the develup mem of a number of oitth American republic haa beep retarded by tha lack of tufflclent iredlt to enable them to borrow on reaeonable term. aome of the mm in queatlon. It la declared, being obliged to pay at high a II per cent for loan More over. It la urged that thla dlecouriae mem ol nn'lotial initlutlve I harm ful not alone to the Mouth Amerlcin countrlea tiut to the people of in I'nited Ktate. on he ground that what hrk the economic actlvltiia of the purr hilar r react udveraely upon the aaller. That every dollar wlaely apent In the developmept "f those rountrle would yield bviieni to ouraelvea la almot imi obvloua I" call for argument. Though ndmlttlng that uch a plan la beyond Ihe conventional in govern ment Mniinee urn! that It adoption would be attended with many dllfi rultlea. the National city bank de clare that t ik by no mana Impo- title ,.f reulixatlon. It la "no farther renn-v from Ihe authority uf . t. - dent. say thai IneUtullon. "than aome of the recent measures of Du vid Lloyd-Ocorae. which while cre ating uionlhment at first have since caused the entire financial . ummuiiiiy of Kngland j' do bun homage and i" proteat ugalntl hla retirement from the position id hancellor "I l be ' I cheriuer." On of Ihe prlndpul dlfP ultlet which Ihe adoption u the urrunxe meut would Involve would be that ol prescribing the term on win t. the various South American loun would be acceptable to our own government, for gt cour no one would uga,.-i that thla government ahould jie pared to exchange Ita bonda for ihoac of It titter republlra without firt laying down alrlnaent rulqg for the guidance of the latter In their bur rowlnga. Tel thr difficulty would M no meant be Inaiiperable, (or private lender to government a well to Individual are conttantly making rule to govern the financial affair of borrowers. Whether or not the plan In quea tlon ' ultimately , loptt d the fact that it haa been tentatively put for ward by representative of the l'nlt-,1 Htaten government I indicative of Ihe rapprochement between the I'nit ed State nnd the republic of mtn . , 1 Aiiifi i II Mini nun oeen auioiitoa fne ainre the outhreuk of lie pro- i em war. Mo i.liset er ,,r iiirrint' m.m. - k.w. raio.a i.. iu,i ' only the unaffarted .iiriiettne, of! And while I in ...un.ina foi I;h"' .. I Ms awmradet 'hide themeelvea away the egpresel .n. of mutual good at .11 S', , ..l,. ,. I lvIj r-. that have marked ree, m meeting ! (( ,lBBr ot f them I py, Ihe repreaentstlvet or Ihe CnMad I Bul whea I Ikeien, Ihrougn the grntt aHatot gad Ihe vuriotit Houth Am. r a laughlns ruatla - " u"" lean tmmum awt alM KM fgadMaj ol 1 '' ""'T V, ih. "u, 'n. 'Are waitina- - klndlmea and esteem for Ihe repub-j (h(n ( fy steal about lie ..I :'oiith Amen. ,i lhai una ueiun -Q little ,lay.nalea out: lo manifeai ltef here outside irfil greet In cier- tiny no' purely governmental and dilomaii. circlet The mena. n ol ha done mote to draw W-J rid the Ame.i- an rspnhM , lo. t logelher tl.ah aii the effort ihat haa been prtedoas ly expended upon dlpoma. ., i4ih America has at length awakened to the tact that territorial aggrandise ment at her expense I ggrlabgly con- itrmplated I'v liu aenhle pel " ' it that there la Ihe I'nited stale und that ihe I, mi open up aome'est pope which anv South .Vnieri an can cherish it that thia mintr wlll'(KtMwl always have ihe power to nf d.r n- tl'ti t I l :h" vtopioe I'o. Hole the othti hand. Hi .a . ounf 1st It" agjieh weel of U'Vlngton biat wen .. ... i1:".!,. ... r Hi Midland. Texat. ita eye to II lull reulixuliuu ol Ilie ... .. .. - . Idaaxllng commercial "i'" '' that lie son . ; -i l I before have Amarleag aanhart, man- luUjturers. exporter and even tu - dent evinced go keen an latere! in the affair ..I ibote t.-puhii, .,. ihey do today What we are wllrktatlttg, m a word la the beginning of an era of Put At -.hi gi.od will .nd eom- men lal expantion which la ukelv lo he proof BfjatuM both the threat avd the blandlthi.. nl of (Ireii! Itrllam ua Oermany when thoee nallona re , daWotd lhemeve. to ihe pursuit M peavaa. COLOC ITKD sewessxaer comment of I I the nation appear to irnlirate J-J . u. n . . ..lb. the madder the people become. RKTAN the newspa ' " not hla fault If not prim every- ,., I noawh fining. t Melrtnta Unlrwnan V arnter. i Several from hare went to the htakr last week .and a few suing tills week. Tlic taratcr1vc I imir. of Ih Mom.,. r itartti. (t. John r. Arltona. Herald Maurice north arrived Mundnv from Tucaon. On the road I K" V. ' wriii w null , nne-niirni ly ne t . ,..,),. f daye. Bad had to leave hi car at ftprln for repalrr. Having put in n rvllle herd year work at animl afaurn-e la an run down and weigh let than "' and will However, he la go be allowed lo rem a whil I pott I ic . it on llM- S)tr-n. (Itemina Headlight.! Chairman Halph (' Kl' remark about the irresponsible und unreach able lobtn tiii.v controlled ihe lat Stale leglalaturr will help to open the eye of the people of Xew Mexico to the yatem worked by the rrpuoll- , ran majority. Ilau MM 'am MollFflT lit'ltVH hn Iieen ap-' pnlnred city marshal of Winalow. Art-1 Bona. Hobble I nald lo be thorough ly competent to make m tee then, i telve at other see 'em. tMlVKI!' Ht III'VT will keep on fusainx shout It until fhry get to mix.' iAg drink on the Arltona hurrl me deck It'a Hard to lHar "Mirm' l,nilc tFori Htimner Hevlea.) The ue..nle of Fort Sumner hav Ihe choice of four public graveyards at pretent m which to bnrv their dead .yet apparently the only onet who are enilrely otlHed with rn tltuallon ore ihe present Inmotee of Ihe dllfererit plntt. TOMltriOW it the ninth iinnher- sarv of the Ituttle of Waterloo-, und Kurope i thoroughl nrepii.ed 10 I elebrnte It. THE BMOKK from lataaetr latet eruptloy an ended a mile high. Uut ggg ha an edte on Hryan The hit ler's eruption are now working un der a laPujtgatr. B I'KINii the name treatment doctor tay II per rent ol the patients re, over, while .runner nm mr en- par ceit or the patient, die about the average. Thu' ALL THK KXI'KHTH. comfnltalon. t al. .have done for ut it lo pTodu e gawulllltn gi urate Mtnre a to Jutt how much the aggt "I liMnx hut tn rreuaed. naje wond.rr what thla w,.rld w he If i rank I gawd operate l; And If .nuliind und oil " Could I lithubliute II. oilil IT REALLY does look a If there wiia aome te'ldency lo retabuliol I onlv In th. air. but on land scroat th Atlumi . Bl'ftPI' 'I" 'N'K to thi effect have been ghtet i ned for about I year. HbYTALIATION. In fact ,la K isrmaii p- r i lied a hell whet , MR BRY bleu t. Hon M, wuci an VawM , nil relnllti aeilal Heel hurnt me ..i your lowna .nature It that it 1 areli otne t burn 'em all. Hide and "hi-U imt , IRC w I- btatde the .reek ' ... " .,,i u i use io i"-1 . ,.w nabt. and the-i i mi io,.. tw thraa.' ut to lu; In evarj h carefully ..,.r, b earn cm .... ! . uttta triend might be vn.i I " '-" - ..,', ,r thr And when At last I drop uim.ii ..j - st I. a lovel. pi.i t,. rude ABd -yea I ' lap nn hand lo aec M II tpaie -nilllng up at me. bhe look ee """ ,nr', three lor V loiei The I'ontlneni some sli,Hifcr . ,,i reat'Onden I 'ut I" hud t'litreni i gaits ngreetl nnd Tom ,.. .lo.olera came in nm.. itriv i, ... Kitowien m " "' - ., ... Hit ai their deallnaiio at I A. M. . lna home Ftuiay eve. n,,- li.patb a Itu-c to I m oiiia-c itii-riiiiiita ' u UHy,. u.pior " TT-1 1 1 it June II -Rxpreot .ompan. may ' arr, liquor deattned for ,rmv uae, diapstt the prohlbttlon lai ludge ureordlnt lo the decision o AdvuiMe ileneral .'r"der "f he ' I A nny. ti... Uoiulcrful w Miti'.i tKorl ianiner Itcview i figure C. The MMbMI hook, and wool wale reaMTtt ...me ito.kmut. r.' clip .un from (6 4 pnunda of wool l" aheep A Galley o' Fun! A LATE VACATION "Well now, Mabel. mutt nap route H v. almut tlit triti on the I Lake' I "O. Henry. ! conl.ln'' take that 'fi' Vou know Florence i'h that and I hs,ve borrow ril two of Florence uowtit. I duti'1 want the people at thr hotelt rrcoguiiing Flor- ''""We "might go through the 1 !... ant! Islands' Hrnrictu ,., ,"., ,h Thousand I.lnl. ,u,l 1 I havt all her hirt..i.t . n.. two of her halt " "flow about Ihe Berkthiret, Lawoa, anu a! thit? Prttty country, thvy I'u love to tee It, hut (ienevint n ipent k lot ol time in the ii.rn-nin r ni the rvrning wrap I bjfTOweJ l- 'rom her Mfy conypicuoui " ' Atlantic Cite, thtn. (.-t a twrtar?' "Hotio". no! Somtpod) w,uhl ' un ti irr mr on the Hoard walk wwarina Klitaheth'i tan coat." ' Well. I gut-i we'll have to Latr "I 'h trip Utile airl YfJU hgyt Irctc: a nice otltni lor your ten oui Wi don't rem al lr to map a r,uj, that won't ronflirt with vour Cl tint , SATIRK t :'.:rrn. - What do you want- M ntj ? utrat if. I wtli! Whv. if yer (rot a purl' in vrr pocket it'll lio at THE WAY Of IT. Mrs. Grogan - 1 i hcti Kelly ii in gutottiobeel gi ci-li ti Mr. Dadtet Vit. Little Titnggf Icy acr v Hi' way liyrca a hricll al g, and it lainhil tin Kelly' fact ' MODERN DEFINITIONS. The Baby A baby ita ggggJI pert, n about which I there it urcat ilivcrttty m OPraioa Thu it because every baby at tidered pcrlrct by the .aicnlv and a I perfect nttnancc by evryone elte. lberc ii really ludhinu lit w ah.iut the baby. It inititultoii dajggg back to the brgiiiiiinti ol the world, and at that tunc it wai ,i irtbn pruduc- tton. The ganlt n i.l. a. however, iv now ghaoletc, ami lor many vcart the baby has been grown in the bouse, with early IrasMBeaMinfjl o the tun Haatt Every iial) agl a OOd uiie. a 1 1 - - tinct reteinblaure to ionic rich rcla live and an afternoon trap The voici l heard by every one. hut til everyone, hut I lie re- semblance it lieanl clucliy by the rich l relative The afternoon nap i Itcars , ol everywhere at being tiriexary lo I the baby, hut oinctmic the nap Ut I l more hotiurcd in lie hrcav.li than in I the observance. After the nap the . i. , . ... . , ..I I .l ..I... :. BBWl In llliauie to in 'icri.i.1111 wny n should be expected to sice," again al night, and everyone elgi It unable lo ' undrritami why it Imiilil want to ttay awake. The baby'i decision, however, always cattict the day or rather the night. There are million I bal i, . but , only iw" kitnls boyi and gtrl. The boy baby i alwayv the inateriial ami ' paternal lelection bu the Presidential I chair, and the girl haby it tgyected to some day become the wife of a gentle and loving millionaire who will i do his best lo appm ate her. Later on Ihe I'rr-idetitiul nomine develop a sironn tit sire to bci hiiii a motormaii ami the future milliol aire's wife is seen to blush at tin menu. .iiina of tin plumber's log lua fund paiiit vigh , inly In poll.' of leoltt, likewixe, 'abirv grmrallv hear a r..ug ie n. titanic to thru wetl-hnanced Jhd uncBguinbcrcil rel ativrt Paahiodt may comg and fashion, may go bul babies will always he in J style. W iIMbiu Sanford. LOVE'S YOUNQ DREAM She. I can't cook, hut wc coul ) i re M tin boily lu l tb .t. H iiil I . .". t make money, but wc could hire nunc ody to do that (ll I I ii IUl i II The Professor Did you ev, . notice how l'.cclcsiatct cor respou.l with Itiuar Khavyjinf Aunt llrpibah No I hain't kepi us I rack oi ..ndalt time ( r'opp. I woikin' al he jiospillu i ' A heullhv mail la a king in hit own right: an uehea'thy man an Bnhap pv -lave Kor Inn are blood and tluxglah liver, uae liurdork lllood llil lei On Hie market If. years. II. 0 u Uol I It. 1 gfttoJ ill Better Pfeparaion of American Wool. J (Weekly New letter. Department of. Agriculture.) j i 'ontlderaide proare ha oeen made In the movement lo eecure bet-' trr prrpnratlon of ool clips In Ihe weatern slate. The ncttr heep men uf Carbon and HtUlwater countlr. Wyoming, hnve Inaugurated a change that aboiili f treat Intereat and'""' rosse tne aiiatrinn fruitier. value to all heep-ralina asct - The . iKiiplete Mialrallan melhod of trading and packing wml. and iilo modifli utloia of the mime were tried It It well mwn that t'.ie prepare Hon ,,( wool In our wefltern wool Browing tutr I behind thut uxed in AiiBirali.i und New irnlund In theae countrlea the aool la exuoil ied when II It ihenred only one trade bctue: put .hi, a bale, iiml the balea or the nine lot nre uniform. The lleece rs arefiilly aklited und eoch fleece la of even, services de gaaHtg, A reprexciiiuu i or the depnrtment w'no lited aeverul aheurlna ahed in the Norlhwoi. Mawgg that the work attracted wlds attention VMtteea wore iiinierou at enrh or the r-lo-.l and moat of them wer aheap own er, who ure ready to adopt such new Hindu a may be found prnc Ural. It an gpatlrent, tioteavar, that the thoiier wool, now oinun.n In Ihe welern .tan- an n,,i p.,- .1 ii ta.de. f..i -kuliim unl rollln neatly ut sgtasfaP orilv at lo ier woo, N'evertbelc,. they inn be graded to remote the neell of opening the htm batata ihey reach the mill. Xarhitloo. In i i i in- 1le.. The Pioneer ahed .bu aled near Hit ler ("reek. Sweelwaler county. Wyo.. will pla. e irp" Che market thi year -, mi j , , ii ml- of '...!. (.re pa r'-d inder the nuicrwlon o( men fuinillur nil -heil ..pel al, on, in Aiilttalla and New Zealand. At thi ahed the rtee-e I were klried. rolled. hlxilllril. and hale, I i oiding io the Auttrallun I -method The young men employed I'n the wool room ..line principally j imm ihe UpjivarMti of Wyoming nnd from tha n, k prtMa High S h... I Thi repreaented ihe llrat lltetai ot traiiint n.uni men at home i m I nyment In th- Intluttry th ii mwi m tatatgat or the it,.. u Moun- tain Ktate. At Kb. Vei . i ml ill Wamuii'i Italei Itanch and Holon. Wyo the plan ol prepnration did not invobc the gag ,.i hthwr in kriln the tlee tfl and in prepartax the -kinlna lata II rel and a" und and locks, at Wag done al I'loncer BtlSd. Ihe piece were .airled rrom Hie hearing r n I., tahlea iii the wool room .where men win. hud hud expeio-ii. i .1 tif h..u.i gi'idina reinoe.l the heaicr lag. rolled ell. h lleece. and lluaUncd ii to I'.ie hale under lit- proper IMM No bob- lotitained th I mote thag . ne grade .and no otring u ggad The welam oi the iiisk and lo k amointed to a I I S "r ent of Ihe lot 'I weiahl ol the clip. Ill asnmtiralril nloc ot tirtqtrn- A mrtkint read 11 ol ihe iM.r'a wa I the -tirtirite Hhown ay theeg ..wners I who. lot Ho taM lime, ta weoi I graded and for the Hrl Hme VneA 1 what grade or wool the) at luall I duced Heretofore in reading market tspoett rhoot grower have heer prone to note iniotutlon for ihe high- sat agade und i.. ralwa th g Hit r,i.ik ii anta rawimonh i ed jtt,ut, cqHtaldarsd 'lone ag futnlah nt : leaapn In breading 'or Ihe geodn Hon ' ,., uetter wool, t'hl year - papwflineni wua orth ii" enure I -! The wool graded and haled at W ' Hitler ahed Were offered fO Bgll Bag lad I. Ida on Mn t, hut on I ol difference in buyers' attd trnwi r' I i r.vi n ideal of vtlllle no - ilea return" I the Wool" been "old .1 tp" 1 r.e , r.ot ihui thi celling wu- not ' '' III Ih' llltK would have prevent nipunng pre.- received tor . bertrr preaatred .v.l wit'h Use re -,i f . .. athotrg of stmlbsr charai tar and qiialnv hut perl up in MM atsW fat h.oiH-.l av . -up lowaid Iteller Wind ami I'rl- at The qaallt) of graded and I at led w.oi ufferod this year in the north wet may got Btatffog to BTWUri . gstl anawer to Ihe gggMIOTl na i" lur Welern woolgrowela .an pi ahll procaod In . hanging met . .1 id piep.innu wool Some moil ill. a I . .11 ,r ult.railoii" f..r till" ftMr'l fort ii, ay h. -iiKge-i.d wlo-n thete Wools rani h the tnill ,bul Ihla real - Map it mtldered to .. In the righi din i,,.n. The snterprlat ahotnt l) grow- i- in I'urbon and rlweeiwuf r '-an hua already leten ol in 'alUi gd it la to h.- i, bai ihe growers iR othe , ..unite, and stall a HI J"ln hg mov etn."tll . me sew i.eti.r has previously , i. d ihe Animal Mttebandi , I ., m't report on Ihe i ondlt lu ll indln. the a"orllng. gru-i ng. nun l.... ..I v.ool .in, I a retail I of I III" ' on rcn, .- 'held In W iKrhMIl n lul I l uoearad m the i-u- "I lull 1 I a I i. Th .a ...tie. . ndi v a- tilt the u i. tar) ill Arhtglture, wu- in ', n. led hv I" pre-elllaliv. - hy i lid of Carton- miereal" . onne led With Ihe v 1 it 0,1, The gr..w. i who attend ed the ...lie. one cxprd BOntl dll BstpOtntmenl ..ver the niaPu'i ".r er' fgllun to promkte advnn d ph. gg i..t pi. i.. 1 1 prepared i 1Mb al lltollgh ll ,. , .ml lie. I lhal neiter ' ', ., ii.lllna ui -he. ii i.i.. I i lie w.mhl ic- duea the rxpena. ! bundling al the mill The hullcHn "' Mi, N.il al I P i-laHog oi Wool Mam t uirert, In M artH le on i he i tlui ol IntrodM inu A usiralMa and Sew Kealund aiethoda ..t naXtklni ""l m I'nited fllaiea. ,,v - Then- all W.-..I ..Wei in that olllll . I Who nil' I" l ',i "I I he ,111- potiun. e Ol pulling Up Hu n ,v,, in alractlre wav. Theai men realbM thai Ihcie alw ngh ilhndt and lhai the. arc p.otllahle sa. h wool gyn rg in d wuv" ontMttnd prt nt linn for ilielr wool above h a ae ured by neallgeni i ompetltoti - Th." Mheepmen of Aiiairiiln i, ml N'ew .e ..land nave ill gvai i-d i hut .. Iliac ,l ..ml h. .Iiet gra.llllu ami tunbia. i.iiv So liuve many of Hi i.i ..areaalve "heelime.l al aaa I nlted HI. ilea H la mil '"Ir I" .ring an ind I. i met i ugiiui-i ItM enure m .lutir.v. Ilui ihat many American theep growirt ar a ! 1 1 n I of Ihelr "i gain stb Inlererta i an rue. be dl pated. ' e ll can acarcclj he expc lcd ihut tne Lale Garda Waahlngtun. It. t' , .lun !. "laike I'.ardu, the blue pearl of tha outhern Alp, et In n glided frnma "f lff, border one of the path., that "f "he odlge valley, by which Italian "r invading the Ttentlgo. I .:... titling ,ol Into Trentlno In Ihe dl- leetion or lva, a my but hort di. "n--e back from II northern shore TbtiK h, gin, ii.diH - g, ..gi.iphi, ...i.l. niruirrd hy the National lleographi" awt at I) at Waahlntloti. upon the lew Auttro-linllar war aren. The tate. mem tcntlnuet: "ilurdn I Italy' lurge! lake. lie. Ing tome lt! wiuiire ax Hag In nrea. It Is 34 mile lung and vnrle between and 11 mile In breadth Ii I aur pngBd In alto oat hy flagltla and t'onalanre of nil Ihe lake in Ihe Al pine region. The lake la t try deep, mentoring in part nearly ..mm i.-. i "f he . gttarag or iinrdn in the sutllh arc rial and low. -hqilni' enaily Imek from the water into a aunhuked . til r v However. u the bike mr row toward the north. I'.rat Alpine hlilc. nnd. then, hither pur of the Mi- fold In upon It, ,.f. n pmnina up In nheer wall from the water theet. The amnll Anal .'Ian part of the lake, a nnrrov . uuriheriinoi (Inter. I n break Into Ihe Tyrol height. ' Ml along 'he hore of Dardn arc MglMe i lllngea. srnglli quiet i omnium lis of while dwelling, conventt hel-ten-il ., lemon and olive trove, und Ihe ruin- of obi little. II h in hlH- uaera of wool will immediutelv ufllu-'1 thcmaelvca to th,, pur hu, of wool .rop,-lv grii.bd al hearlttx time, when fhe grower lhemelve were not In ugroemeni a to how far Ihey tahogM go In In. urriiiK etiene In prepnrlix their wool, for "hipment. nnd .'ten the trade had mi example of whui wu proH,ed nor aaturance the rraallty of iiener preadftd i- wool that tulk'il he forth omlnu. I'r .in the eierlmeni In preparing wind h improved method. It 1 oh v ...ii that the wool will re.pure very ' II t It- l my ittortlng Before It It opened ii the m'il. und la. therefore th more mone. than ili.it , ... ked iinler old method Klatc of Ohio. (Ity of Toledo, Lucas Oottbty at. Krank 1, t'heney makea oatn thai lo- II .-. lull net of t lie til in o! I''. J. Cheney At i ... doing tola. mat In tbel Cll) of Toledo, County and stale i i, -aid, and that tald firm will pay'! the aum of I K HI NIiliKU DOI. LAM for ag. I. and every cast of Catarrti ihut cannot he ured by the : II ALL'S CATARRH CITRB. lll.WK ' iHKN'KT, Sworn to before me and uhcrlbed in toy t reaen. e. thla Cth day of I'e- Bgber, A. D. I. (gal) A. W OLKASi iN, Notary Public, ITatl'B rjofjarrh Cure is tahan In and Belt directly upon tha I . rut mm on surfu. e .f the tystrm. Maid ii.r taatlrgonlaht, freg I J. I.'HBNHY A CO., Toledo, n Id hv add Itruggltt". I "uke HatTB family 1'lllg for rnllltl-haUoa. A Good Banking Connection Is Important to You It makes no difference uli.it t ho nature of your business, what the amount of your idle funds. You demand absolute security; and you demand every service, every accommo dation that a bank may properly jjive. If yon live in New Mexico or have business interests here, you can be nre yoo have made the most iulvautayeoni banking con nection if you open an account with the State National Bank OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. United States Depository Depository A.T.& S. F. . llwrl of Mtitit Iicii, vip- n r,. of Imailcro of Trim. t loo. torieal aggqalaMogu), Alan there nre the muatiroom growth of recent year, the Mat Hat and health retort. thre latter neetlad Into Ihe mldrt al aome o, the more airlklng feat tires l ihe beatHlf dl lahe'i scenery. "Krom Ihe mountain tryagggaggn, through the forett of oak. t.. he authera, grove of lemon and olive the vegetation t i la r dn I na rh h nnd n varied nt are the nugtberleea mooda in which the auperht lake glvea Itaidf. It norther lionet ex iremliv It hlih In Tyrol, while It "out hern ahore, at I'eahlera, it IK rnlle wett of Verona and 71 Miles ni of Mil. in The hlcf inhni iiy ol the Inks la Ihe 1'arca from Ihe xla clsr of Adnmello. it pgalj outlet la M.n.i... n trlhxitary r laid Pw "Mnnv taahioiiable vaytatlna reorl border Uardii. one of the chMl ot which M Rlva. near Ihe northern ahore. with Hi: t... ..I hotel and num. fine itleni.oni lo ihe ..mfort and wbiin- ,.r Ihe InejrMt. Tin- little Place boat. moreover, Interesting ruin and ggj ulmoat pern- t rlMnalr ngrdrsga BltMla Ig ih t fgstlsbin be renort around the lake, while Hit mi. m, -on t he. promontory . with He rulnr of Koinnn bath. II villa nl ratattatv and Ha wonderful vlsw. la lift moat fai'lnallig. The hike ,,tr II inline to the beitutiful ,11 ir, of ilur.la. upon Ha entein ahore. ,',.-nhi-ri. are Ipse acagyat ..n ihe fgaeen of u, on lo rn lake, that are fltllnt for the aggtlad of t cm war di ama flafd I a II PM and a pnatorul." w Sauce to Serve With Ice Cream. i I' ' IIKVM in days (one hy u.cd p, he , tulle Mgffg lent unto llm lf. bill nowadays, ii mum have a at are 11 aoaxe ggtrt la add Id it" inline", at unusual aweelmeat served Willi it, to that II It quite a , omi In ul. .1 ,-ih any other BenwSfi I'lnr. ate BUtsai'at , unite ii number ol the rrult gajtaaa awl ga m xla thai mm at pun hated Thea. nu ludo puree "pric.ua. airawhc rrtc. i aaphei in-. , peura. rag currant. peach'- ami plum' Itlchlv prea.-rved nulla and those preaer .il whole me ve.v Bdg ular served healde ihe i rruitu Hornemade ax noes are rsMed ttyd n .v i.e iiml hoi ..r cold ' ne h made .,r airaine.l hone h. .I.-.I und MM '.lam bed Bad . h- iq.r.l ll.i'el n il added Am. Hot lilalelnl one ia BBttpIs Byrttb with i hopped wulnula Xturali mull., wavriq. with peciiu nut" and vanilla avrup with plate, he nut. t'lto. oiuie gattwg ami whi.pe,i prtai with rated pineapple ure ah... well known and liked. Froai, in,ii MHfcM arc another f" v. .,,). -w cei to ggeve with . r.tnn The Jell la ... iial. nallv molded and arranged between l.tl.k ..( cream and when the whole aerv.-.l it g cut a. roaa an aa lo Isave It like a layer like In effect K,.r froten fruit whipped , re im tl bggt to terve an a" not la have guy , onfii. ting ftavort press)) tarawaae i . dipped hi p. wdeie.i BbaMr and I la, .-.I around Ho edge .a the rroa ax ti i dlah make u veiv good ariani'. tne.it. decorative and good o '.it nt well. Sherla-ia and mo'iaaea, krog ;i ti. I froxell I tiatBfdt are llau.tilv aerv.-d iduiii, aa hiiiii r would make them loo thin Mm all obhaa, however, are of i i -,l w ii h I lit m llarmleaa ...lolillg Hill. la ga)d .ml. h 1 1 . deooTBllV Ml a" I hM "' "till . .-ion If pr.qierls uted.