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THE EVENING IIEUALD, ALBUQUERQUE, 3T. M., SATURDAY, JULY 17. 1915.
! 1 K S4 V" IhraLL 1 t.4l4 . TRI KVSXIXa BtJKJOM, IXC OEORQC 0, VAi.UA.VT, Meneeet H. B. HENINO Editor Published avery aficrnooa et ep Rundae, ( 114 North Second Street, Albuquerque N. U. Knte.d eecontl-eltuie tneller t lh poetolflc. at Albuquerque, N. M under the, Act of March I, m. One month by ansll or carrier. .! On week by carrier II One, rear by tne.ll carrier ia advance lit Telephones: Vuelnee Offlo til Editorial Rmbi ............ lt GFoRUK RfiHLINOTuN. recelv er of the Albuquerque Tree lion company, la depending upon the rtty council fur turn eort f regulation of the Jitney bua prob lem, ur an anpwer that they will not reaulat H. From the way be talk", he tit prefer refutation, but he le not worrying very much about It Mr. Hoetlnyton baa Information from car manufacturing company to the effect that If he i-ta his order in before July 20 they wll ahlp what vara he wante by flepleinber 15, ao that they will be here tor the fair. Mr. ftuelington le not going to order the care, which will be bought If the Jttney situation la reulated ao that he al hie aseocietee will be willing to take over the propert;;. unleae the Jltneye are regulated. Mr. Hoallngton haa put the situa tion up to the council. Whatever the council may ! fv i"1 Mr. Roa- Ungtoa and hie nana, t..e good of Albuquerque would aeem to dictate an anewer before the twentieth, ao that If It I poaatlile the new care can be here for the fair. CATION. GONPIHCATION ia an ugly word to some ee pee laity to uphold er of rondltiona that beetow on a few. legal power to runflarate the earnlnga of other, aaya a bulle tin of the American Economic elo cution. In Chicago JuM now the confiscation plea ia heln? worked In behalf of a telephone company that le now being called upon to fulfill a pledge voluntnrlW given lp return Ir a valuable fr.siwhlee. In Denver and I Colorado Hprlne. the ronfiera ti..,r cry waa rained by similar Inter rule In opposition to very moderate proposals to reduce conl location of Individually produred labor products by the loral government and confis cation of socially created vsluee by a few favored Individuals. It wan raised by the same interests In Cali fornia. Oregon and Missouri in oppo sition to measures tending towurd single tsi. T: in none of theee Places was It proposed to lake any thing from anyone that Justly be longs J to him. In every case it was propoeed to moderate to ame extent the process by wilb.'h some ere de prived of what is rightfully theirs Nevertheless, what was In, (act resto ration waa denounced an confisca tion, and for the time being the ptureea so designated hua been de layed. Hut in banbury, Connecticut, there ia some undeniable confiscation going on, approved and applauded bv Hie aarne interests that eapreeanl such sbhorrsyioe tor' It In Colorado. Mis souri and trie 'Pacific roast- Through an interpretation of the Sherman law, upheld by the supreme court of the I'nlted Slate, one hundred und fifty members of the lianbiiry Hal le' ,' union hae been robbed of their life savinge aKKicgutlng lib. '"' Ami that Is only the beginning The hiv Ings have been tuken In part payment of a Judgment of IHOO.litiu in fuvir of a .'iim Injured by a boycott. The firm was not Injured to the extent of Hot), till", but the Sherman law em poaera the Injured one to colled triple dsmsgea and this ia what the Judgment represents So, even con ceding that damages to the i xtent of Injury iiight have been i KII ally allowed, the fact i ill remalnr I hut 12U0.0UO of the Judgment la Immoral. though legal, ronfisi u1 declared gal and proper . .".'iet court fu the land. The next atep In this confisca lion approved by me supreme court ia 'to be the expropriation of the workers from I heir h"i.ies. W here single la campaigns have been made, tears for tha poor home owner hve been shed by Ihe Interests applauding- Ihl Donbury confiscation. They have pleaded with the people to con tinue a system which makes It impos- a I hie for th great meea of them to .u.... knma owner, lest something might haj.pen to egjatlng .lln own- Una might think that these III rs. teresfe would now be utterly horri fied protest glnt the ronfiacation going on In lanbury. Ilyl they are not. On th coitrry. they are rub Uol' their hnde In great Ble 1 declariiur K wonderful triumph ol Juirllc. It U M rllif. I fpf tipholderg ot iirlvllege, for a prl ,e - - - 1 - ;' - r vate Interest, becked h the supreme frmrt. to r"b worker of their home and carlnge. but all wrung for the people of a at! or locality to de prive these Intereste of power to take what il nee not rlihtfully belong to them. To essmfit the email home owner from tl'nii Dn rile nous, household (node and bunk account I" confiscation arcordlnf lu the In- tee ret , especially etnee It meana tah In, titr public wee a tler share ' the socially created vnl'iee theee in tereeta now appropriate. Hut oul riant confiscation of iink account" end homes by a private -iiilrrrsl In. a "triumph of law end order." BM'IArXIVl:." w E HAVE read With ronslder- able Interest the rommunl cstion from Cdwsrd I' Tlttmann, o llillsboro, which ap pears elsewhere in this saue. We think we have read this with more care end Interest, perhaps, than the majority of our readers, lor we have1 a apecial reason therefor. We. want to be fair; although we hHVe a per sonal opinion about lite right and the Ktoiig aide In this war. we are not snxiofis to air It either in the Heruld ur elsewhere. We believe leas par tiaanship In public will old America in retaining a strictly neutral post- ton. For the most of Mr. Tittmiin's letter, the conclusion to be draan on the question of stoppage of muni- 1 liona exports la simply -a mntter whi' h set' of statements to believe. The pro-Hrllmh element naturullv lakes the stand thiil the stoppuge haa no precedent iihil would be unneutral. The 'pro-tlermHn element assert thut the emhargo asked not only hu" plenty of precedent, tunic of which la quoted by Mr. Tltlmim. but that anything else mill be unneutral, and. in fact, la unneutral r." A great mjiny perfe-tly aincere people, who afte practically without b.un, tielieve one way or the other. It la with the In Iter portion of Mr. Tlttmannla i ummunlcation, how ever, thut we ute most Interevted. In tills he denounces the st emu Unit in spection service for permitting the carrying of sulphuric acid and th'T- mil, with Its Ignition powder, on pas senger ateamers. Mr. Tlttmann is apparently under the Impteiuion thut thermit is an explosive, since an American haa invented a shell thai mukea use of its peculiur properties Thermit Isn't an expl eixe, though it la capable of undergoing combus tion very rapidly and perlormi'ig many strange things while doing so. It Is a commercial welding powder, and la to be found In practically eciy pise, in the world where quick repairs of hnvy castings or forging may be needed. Steumers enrry it for this purpose. It hus even lieen used for iirh complicated work us welding a broken drive shaft nn an ocean liner whle at sea. Carried In proper conta.ners. away from heat we remember Its Ignition point Is rather high It is perfectly safe Kven if Ignited it will not explode, n he see.ns to think: It Hill only burn The high ignition point demundn sn Igniting powder to enable ihe thermit to be used rapidly und rcu. h Its full efficiency At n tas'iiil esti mate, we should auy that a pound of Igniting powder Is ibout as dan gerous s a pound of the red fire used at Fourth of July i elet.t atiotM. and carried, under the g.'tse of col ored flures, on every tup In the world ea a means of signalling in emergency. This might perhaps be oiitraband because It contains a potunli .ip, but thermit la n', to our knowledge, ami II would seem silly to make it eo. for Ihe Ingredients it Is reported to - tain are notli ng but po.crei alum inum and iron rui. Alum.tiutn is t be hud from clays in --ry se'tioii of Ihe world It could not be con llaballil. line impM un well say 'iat Muter was contiahnml Ai.it an tr iron rust oh, pshaw! Now as for Hie aulprutic mul This le use.l in ma nul n t m ing ex plosives and l Is possible tli.it it may be contraband. Mut Mr Tillinaiiii M-ems to have overlooked that Ibe rrstrlctlons placed on its carrying on pasenger steamers flemandeil Unit II te Carried in gluss liotlhs coiitainim: only a smull quantity, not over fiw pounds each. If we rem mber, se curely ,ni ked, or that il be packed In small in,.) drums: that in iImah were prohlliiti . an were other inn tulnits, and that It imil l,e cairled ttn deck. Nearly every passenger stenmer rariea storage batteries to supply It wireless nh ...wr in emergency, and some tpes uf si or. me liattcrles use sulphuric acid. II la a necessity on shipboard, in mnny Instances. JuM us thermit Is step toward at-t for Ihe pasengera. (if course, the carrying of only u reasonable fjuunlity of either of these t om modules la ire-supposed. NV'aenger ship would be likely to lutter IP-vJts decks with an Uliieas unable amount,. of "smull Iron drums ' or "glass containers of not more tbun five pounds each, packed i.eparuti-1. ," full of sulphuric U' Id. and there is 110 reason for carying a arg iiian- 1 1 1 y of thermit It would be like carrying coalg lo Nescasile. The small quuntlty of t her ml' lo be cur 1 . , j tu d Galley o Fun! HIS APPUCATIOM ALREADY ON FILE. Justice of J'csce Your wife xy you struiV her. lfavg you any ex cuse to offer. Uncle i Jl h Trisoner. Ah suttinly has. de. While I wtu pray in' fo' rain o' mah gyardin, she starta in ptayin' fo' fair wcadcr 'cite sue was 'gwine to washl " HYPNOTIC. Msrgxret. I think Mr. Baker could easily hypnotize people. Katharine. Why Ho you think go? Margaret. Me often bold my hand till it (alls adecp. INEVITABLE. Husband. Why do you ask Mr llobson to every one o( your din ners? Who wants him Wife. The coolc. 1 le Ihe only friend of ourt whom she likes. THE GENTLE HOQ. We t alt for l heap Goorls When e start otit to buy. And we'rs all (or Free Air When we'tc minded to fly. We re 11 for Tree Smokes, Like a lot of olj Jays; And we favor I'rce Lunch W hen the other man pays. We tie on Free Herti In the Hospital War!: And we sponge on our Friends For a little Free Hoard. We pprove of Free Farms, When we're ready to ience; And we cabbage I'rce Secux At the i'ublic Lxpcntc. We approve of Low Freight, When we're shipping the Stuff; And the Pottage is high. And we're paying enough. We will take a Free Tan With a wink and a grin; And we cuddle our Graft, And we think il nu sin. And when others are Cluhhe'f, We're fur Raking the Mack; And we're all for I'rce Trade In the Other Man's Truck! Charles Irviu Jutikin. PERSUASIVE. Far from concealing anyt'.ing nl pertinency to the i-nie. the oi l r pent freely coiifrsi.ed that, if I've should ral the apple, it meant ilotl.t s from thai lime forward. "Hut," lie argued, and nrvcr more cr.pcptly, "clothes will be mmctliinn to talk about when you are turd i f the wratlier and don't hajipen to be briiiny '" And the first mother, bethinking her bow man v of lier ilai!k'''tcrs were detuned to I. rid themselves in sin h wise cimitiKtaiirrd. thereupon yield ed the pc nit, with what roult it only t o well known to the piiaerit generation of mankind. EVEN THEN. First Anti dilm iati (ill Mettnurlah's tirmi. What's (be disc uiuii abmil ovrr there.' Senitid lhtto- Same old f'j. i--: Whether a man u.-ej J.'U ought to marry a girl o Mu. BF.F0KE AND AFTER. Sir Has - When you are cigagcd you tell him dial he must c olio mue. ll.-Ila. And after you are married he tcils you that you must. IN TtlE Gl.OAMINO. The Almot- 1. tun. -- 011 aM thrie lots ftontrd New York. '. .,. they're at Ira-t thiity miles nut. Krai I vtale Agent --'1 iiir, hilt what of it" Sic tli.it Iwv 111 the sky? 'Ihal'i .New Yoik! THE SUMMER PARTING. The Wile. -O, Jim! Wal shall we do w nil the cat ' 1 fir Hn-b.ui.l Leave lirr liere. I wouldn't take a cat 1 iIioiikIiI an tr illing of to the place wl.nc were going 10 board! NO DANGER. City Cousin. Hut otiin Den, you can't go to the party 111 lh .e clothy. Your gratullathrr suit those at least forty ri w. Cousin F.ben.--'l hat's all right You don't iipuie thert'll l.e ny body st the party t)ut him in thein, do you? tied niitiir.illv limits the ..iiiount ol Iwtiilitig powder to be i-arried. Kven lr it were ib Mu d lo . urry large luiilillties of th.s, what would be '"'' use? (lermany lias pb-rny of pota-h deposits, Willi li furnish Ihe prim I Pal Ingretl c!it, 11 ml the fulled flutes Is haul put to 11 lo uc enough polash for her own use. Certulnly she will export none. Mr. Tiltin inn must hve gained an etroueoiis linpresslon when he decid ed tllise ulllib'S colli. I five Cause br ulliicklng Hie steuincr cut lying Ihein. ua he ititiiuutes. . v . . . ' Tillman Scores Business for Prevenling End of War .lillshorn, V. M.. .Inly It, l'J15. Falltor i:venl-m llernid: Agreeing with Wllllntn J. Mrynn Hint the Herman note la enncillalor and opens a wnr for a complete set tlement of the entire question of sub marine warfare In thnt the note orTers s distinct iiic.:ns for avoiding further uses of Ameticnn lives, a prnrcal solution of the .iicstun, somethlog conlilerably more siiostuntliil thnn Ihe plea of our government for hu- fmunlty as a h'de, I would like to m Inn It thrmiKh your exteislve circu lation a few facts which, If generally kiioun. might hI-i in getting our people to look upon Ihe export of munitions us the really Imtiefiil fac tor which prejudice our relations with liermnnv, nor venerable frleid, the Morning Journal, repealing mechanically the arguments of il preceptors, Ihe met ropolitan plert, rats that to prohibit the erporl of munitions ,,f .,r this lime would lie an iin-uciilral act. This Mii-hMry has been the rock on which Ihe uilml-ilutriK ...n r.. nn.l... I .! rrfuxal to prohibit hiicIi exoorts. I vv k... ....... . . ... I . . . ' . ' ii.'i-t-i in.- exMii ir iimi.iii 1011s au.-r the commencement of hostilities. I're.iidcut itrat't placed an embargo on the exportation of arms on Jan uary J 3, Is; I, liter xix mouths ntfet the rommeTHcim nt of the I'ranco t'ruNian war. Mher countries have not - nnxiitcrc,) such an eiubai-Ko an un-neiitral act. Witness the Netherlands hich, c. cording in annoii-iceir.--; ;,y our own consul under date ,,f June 311, pro hioited ttie export of ur:inn (ireat Itiitaln, on April ;M. Ivih. after Ihe commeiH mi nt ,,f me Spanish-Ainet -b an war, ,l ic,.. a i emhartio on 11111 nliiotiK of war At llu tiine pi.i tl.- ally even neutral a similar eu..,arrf iiiiiotis of war. 011 ttv tias Idaced 11 arms .Hi -I mil Tills W.illbi H I ill td diipONC of the rit-cuois uigumciit a-K.inced bv i.iily end to the war. no matter in "hour' Ivbc.'c t'a.or it mlybt result, be the Ail. us Hhakeicare ,-a.s. there's' ciy irreatcKt tc h Icvijmcitl in I lie tlie rah. We ptisime tliat oar I i n - I .- ! or hum iiuiy ,,f which we hear 1 e it liualii lc of the M ilatl t pe minh'.' Weill, I feel italic 1 IKl Ik-11 il tit If Wei I do tint expe. I the g . o er 11 111 I til I should dare to iiiK.'mI (hat posslb.'.. ll-e hllite c, , 111 11 ur- 1. . II eallied by on war iillll.lt 1.. i. export which II Iiik them had nuv bearina wi the subject .-taken. I'..i.ln. e of that la.i i fo und Those 11b e gentlemen, like 1 'baric-. Ii, the oiinoun 1 tin nt in the I'nited H' hab. whose vtoi ki have been not t Hfatcs commerce repi.rtH, i-i-in-il 1 ilv rising to uiicxpc. t .1 1 v pleasant 1 the depart no-nt of t on, no r. e at heights, hut who ba.e I.e. n actually V-'aMhrifliill. that the I lilted Stat.-s earning dividend in watered capital Nieaml t impaction er I, hid 11- l.y .ci.on ol their huue contra ts foriok.-,l ilic rule dcclatitig TIM. I:IIT ar inateriul. Would le.-l teallv hurt I a . i ; Elli il'S commodity, T' 1- rhoiild we whiopcr Ihe tlnuiKht that their profits hail .1 ih t li in 1; to .1.. A11I1 the go'ertimer.( atiiuilc on the -x-pon trade in e .-ii r.iba nd of w.ir Tln would oe .,uite rurlit in uj..crt- lllg that Stlf-h 1 otoidel al lol.s Wiitlbl ha.e no iiiiIii. a. .- ..itli tin- iiesticn lint su.'h coiisuter.it ions nm ott'. I sider ibis order a crime ay.u.ri--i bu woiibl but thsv ,lo have i'i'Iiii-iii r in riiaMt-, and the man !' ponsil.'e toi liaplllK the eii.torui'. poll v "f the! the H.uiie I1011I1I be tiled ,n-l i'i"'l New York newspaper), and (bus of thejfrom the scr.ee l'ermi.tlnK llPil! press of the c.iiiutrv. for in foreign I l'. I'l .1 iHI VI ;H to be lanieil on l'AS mailers the New York pi ess doiiu . s 1: . ; I-; It .uteam.-r- makes our pro t.aies the country. I .ii.iw of mv , testation about humaioiv n mm, I me own o -rs.iu.il kto-.. b-di-e lli.it iwo i.lji.l ihe iiieen iri Haiui.a. the sr.iit ne pa pi is of New York 1' I iV A 1 : 1 . . TITTMWV eive , J What the Editors of X the State Say About X J X Good Roads w (Taos Valley N. w- I That .stale road l.olnl is-uc of I'.U"- 1 si 1 His I" lii'ii. c.at. 11 .i-l! into '.oiiiivvhat ol , pohtaal o. n.iriow- 11. null. I 11, n. I, IL- The h- ! people ol tin- Kla 1 New Mix. .1 il li"! l.'.i 'I lis is le. our Stale sol ! il mi .1 .is i-si.c I, ; tc- ihi., , i ti ih.i to ili-pi.se 1. 1 (be said lo. a s.ili was 1:11. ill. , olii-limit, . It .1 in ..lv the J, ui' li-i.i'l h itiiini U , 1 1 I -iiiii a ill.t'f lo I .' ti..'. wh'-li ..i 1. 1 o el lo lis , -relit of the si.,', i i us n.sh w a v I'll p" as. It . ,. .- . I .'i it the lew .Ict.ills Fsvclitiil i. I Hu- nil.ii Wlliil.il 1 1 1 1 c the Ic.t I . vs ..ilit ',- i inn I -1 tc.l in I he Mill '.' ' i n' P Win II II was ,, . , i i in, . II woill'l II. " li."i cr lllillic...il. Iv it, c ' lo il.al w is 1 ..nwiili r.-.l an Iicil I lull- :i.pe.n .-d 1 n-ep'li .. .. t lo ho I I. .It :...ii.- Iililol-es. , 11 . 1 . ' ' 1 'lit,' - llcio. it .- clarl. ' ''I. . 1 1 ) a t 11 tor M 1 1 1 1 1,, t I. .1, ei,.. a "Mil to pi . it I in. .-11. M.i-.i. I 0 Hi'., toad '" Hit ' I'. pa'. ;n;: I bet .i.i.iUi. ol tin .' ,11 , cut ib i 11. - I 0II..W .ir Mr ' i n u ' . . 1 I ' " 1 1 1 II Wis l.l'l'l.l ! Il . 1 t. n o' oi 1 on II' 11 -s .11 'he . tale wile ...ill, il , I I . -it ...... il . t he n 1 1 1 III1." r - -,. . n il'l..l:l I Is ol o .III. lo In C ot i-f col.lit 1 ,1 1.0,1,1 ,1 ,.l III' w , I lo- k "' III '-I'll I t . Id III .in n.lit. oi ! .oil. I. 1,1 ...Hill. Ili"t Ill' ..mis. It would III.. , -.1 .1 11 a ll.. ii.la s,,!! 1 . I . .-hiinl.l 1 111 is 'I' . a. 1 1. -a . ' t i. cunt . 1 is I In. ,.,i c it I If -. tn.'Ki n. 1:,. le.pti.ol ' I" I". t il .i-e. 1 lpl."i 1111K III I11 i 1 lie ,.U( ' 1 Hull. 1 . 1 1 1 ,. 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -1 1 ' U to. .1 1. .Il l Hllle p W 1 at 1:1 1 ..... Ill lolls w il I I III ,. Ill I I I plol.ll.lt 1 1. . I II nig of - . I I' , i.i ., -li. .1 1 pel la'lY II. 1 I . 11. 1 ot I In I ile l'i I .-on .! . Is opp. si i 1 . . Ihe a .- 11. 1 . .lliil. - 1 ..I i, Is. alld .1 1 . oil I..U I I , oil., lile Wl'li after .1. .1 11 . .1 lew -.linn cations l"t 1 nsl atn c I will . . . , . I :.."" as n ol the Male hiiiliwa. I. on. I teres! al lti. tale of I p i,..i 'I. ''il' 'I' , pa V el 1.. sie.il- liiull i l ... 1 oillit .1 . .pol I ...It --.ic lll- . cut pel annum 1.0 .. period of l.int Mar is II. Mil. plus the pi.in.p.i! -,.m.", which means I Illl you llill-t lilillll a total ol lln lil for the pi I. Ill vc Hi which i",i ...i.il "yea.'' I.- tins 1. 1.11 OIIIN V Would 11 not have lain, as a l.usine-s p 1 o, 1, Kit ion. Itiliinl.lv more sat iMuflol h.id yolll' boald of conn IV cnmtiilssi. , tiers created .1 special levy tax ol .iv l'i milles each for a period of two or three yeats. where by a sum, coiisnleralv In excess ol the I". Mill we are lo receive as a re sult of the slum bond i.i could have been renlKed. 1111.I I iiiinallns the Interest paying l. iiure i.r lb game'.' Multiply your total loiiuly ua- Hi In the past constnntly In the service of their Wall street bnnker and backers, nn.l I have no rea.on to ...11-... . ...... t.... 1..,, v change. . Huch conslderiillon might also have Influence on subordinate members of the duparlme: ' which mnk up the government, nnu these subordinate member hnve In lurti considerable influence n the depnrt mental policies. And after all It I a "plensrint thing lo think" that Ihe world, If not full of meal and drink. Is at leant a ale- to help out the American trade balance. Hut do our farmers nml our other producers ever stop lo think that for every dollar that flows into the cof fers of the. manufacturers of war 111-1-tetlnl ihev ore "olng two hv reason of the Impossibility to export the sih. mur-w 'i i.ur I'roimcis, iii.Miucin which are the result of Ihe sweat of the brow, which are not made by cm.) calculations nnt which. If t ported, Koiibl bring untold wealth to the nuiMsen of our penple Instemt of i. a ' choicely selected bankers and nui'iufiii'tiirers? I venture to snv that " " """' I" now aellinir at lies than nine cents could be export ed at 1'.' to 1, cents that alone would offHel tlie entire revenue of the war miiiiitli tis factories, ., ,av thing of the many other products of the roil npd tile taitoiy th.it would be in de matiil were there but pca.-e. And that the stopplux of war mn nltitois export by this country would bring spcedv peace there cull oe Mo doubt of. The allied statesmen are the lost witnesses t,i that fad. True, sl.ch a pe.'p e would probably be ad vuntigei.us to ilerioanv, but docs that concern this i:o eminent '.' It iih n ieacc should n-rult In great er prosperity t. this loiiiifv Ulan a .'o a 1 1 11 11 a ti ce of war would our gocrn- 1 ,,., , ,!,,, t, ,ty if it did itol l,y ei-ry harn-ni means try to hasten ttie innsiimmatioti dcv..ui! t wisiie.i.- .-xn. 1 miaiiy wouiit 1.01 au . W.ll easily re. ede 'r-un the pip-llloll : oi.lisms er.l e has ruled th .t In -n packed In c.rt.nn was TIIKISMIT a-l,l II ; N ITU N I'.iWIiKl: therefore, ai will as KI'VIVll SI M . fl I f 1 1 1' ' A ' 1 1 miKbt be transported in PH sKXi;i:i! sTi:iri:-;'" Ami nn afier the I,u-itaniu iii-iilciit. I ion 1 sc-i-iin b imll.-i !'.. three t.iu.-H and -Jii.tr... 1 in, r d' Jmu.,., t i. . . ,m ,,n,,,:,i i -!,";"""', ,T ' ', I ( I). Ills, i s. I If l"lll. Illl II It..,.. ! I X 1 1. .ink. m ..- m. x .. m ..; ;. t n 1 1 I 1 j ... J of the .iiibri ol li.m.li. 1. ' ' tic-t cW," ,iu,l ill tain lo .i. i tin- money ou p-'v m I'-i the la ' Iwentv .cat's I'.'l'lv 10 oii al lb' rate of 1 J per ci ill 11m. I to. 1. e til. '"Iifoiin to our Iwenticlh icnt-n. I.ii-lricss ideas, or do's il h r 1 4 c 1 1 Ik' "l .. ft '" The seat of .-y low bathtub ihail will n nij.iii b-.ei in, mailer in what (-ill. ..1 (lie 1 1 1 1 . e is atlaihcl il. -t.il ol oil! ,.e of a tub. A ui"tor ilriven siien has l.een m '.111i.1l tor tire alarm 1.1111, iiav.i.. ",, ot. 1, ,tav.. tint 11 ...-I i.. ,, ,.,-,1.. 1 Il ilistanl point.'. I 'II I lllli, I -'l:ili-B is Ihe Clealcl 1 I- '" I. .bin . o III the world, III' ' t' t 1 l-ol l.-r, t be Krcal. - I 111. -'.t .1.1 I lie CI call Si l oll IIIIU l . FREE TO Asthma Sufferers New I Ionic (.no Il.al 111n110 Ian In WI1I.0111 is.-iiiiif.i- or Is. - . of Time, I W. have a Vew M. II0.1I lie. I A-'liln... ainl we w ihl .nil to tl it ... ' ' r . v 1 en.-1 . v.. in it 1. 1 w in ' lo 1 'CI' . 1-,. is ,,! In -ic - .1 1 ml mi- 01 1 , ' III lie . el' l llii l I w to- i 1 It 1-. l . 'Ill .1- II. -V I- .11 1,1 .III ..In. A .ll.n, ,, you should sen,) t. . a li.c 11 .., .1 out- no Hi... 1 ,, m. .iter in w n 1 . li to. ite .i.a It c, in, uiai er vli.it voiir - fr or oc-lip 1 ' 1 1 1 1 , I v ..a an 1 1 . ul.P . I H lilt A .' Ii ma , on p. tin,, 1 , lioulii 11 lie v c 011 piotni 1 1 . ! U 1. l.-pe. I .11. w .nt to scl .1 It to ' tho.-.e apparent i. bupcie - , c.o 1 s, '.bete lill tut ms of ,1,1, , I. is .bun lie-. - liuin 1. lei. a 1 al 1. .lis. runie-.. "nal.til -III'. I. el.-., have I i.le.l. We V .til ( to show e.ervon,. ai our ow-i ex t ,e u.-. . thr this new mcilii.il I- il. i i -n.-. I ii.j ml all ,1, in. nil 1,1 1 ni in ii.-, a, 1 wb.". I ing, ami all iho-c tiriHilc puoxi'iii- it 1. in e nn.l f.,r ,, t I Thi free offer is .o rnpotlaiu to' negli" t a Hiiit-le div. SVil'e now ati.l' thi-ll bemii the in. III. ..I al ollce. C"id no money. Himpli mad ...upon be-j low. I in l Toilay. I I'ltHi: WI IIM (i (( Klli'N'I'll lt ASTHMA !., H....111 lit M, Niiisaia und llud.,011 Sis., liuflalo, N, Y. Hen. I free trial i,f y our method lo: i Pasturing Alfalfa Is 1 I Good Way to Sell It X ft Hoswell K cuing News ) Th, piisturlng of alfalfa winter nml - "o . r .11. ...-.ome ,.. ... Iclpal nys of harvesting nlf.illii In ,1h ,v' valley, 1 "In. manager otiling to Wnl f the I'.erretup. creamery. This has been tried on the tip fnrm this year nml unless there Is something iititavorable yet to be discovered Is Ihe most success ful way of handling at bast a prtrt of the alfalfa, i There nre ihlmy-scw-n bead of flue llolsielna on the tip fai in and these jhave been cairled on dlialla pasture during Ihe present Humour without any additional feed except 11 email amount, of damaged hay. The cnws have done exceptionally veil. The remarkable tliliu! iii.oiit It Ik ihat nn acre bus care, I tor ait uvcr iikc of three cows. will, the exception Ihl1 I ' sJi tone the paniuic i being wa Gross, Kelly & Co. (INi'oiU'i.llATIilM WHOLESALE GROCERS WOOL, HIDES AND PELTS LUMBER East Las Vr-Eas, N. M. Albiintifrque, N. M. Pecos, N. M. ; 11 ' - muutimuiRm:mmnuiutinH:i:tmtnuintu:nmnu:uumttunntiitunnnintu NEW RESIDENTS New residents of Albuqiir nine and firms which ate just lipg'innin business iu the rity are invited to catty Un it (heikiiiR and com inertia 1 arrvnint in this bank. This bank is t lie largest bank in New Mexico and Arizona and it extends to deposi tors a service wliith is the outgrowth of thirty-six yrais expeiieme iu serving the jiro )ile of this minimi nity. Sin. ill as v.fl! n"- l.ue accounts nie received. FIRST NATIONAL BANK AI.15UQUERQUE, ri::tat:i:i!:n:::i:::nit:im:jtttJ!t:r:t:int:t:n:i:i:ni:t:naa!ttt!t:it:!:tTttt:!:mtn:itJiii. Cheap Rates to AH Eastern Points. Inn .... Hi.. ,1111 r month-- lln n- w.il In- on 'ile .lo-ip rates to r, 1 1 . , 'tin 1 un 1 .. 'I 1 1 1 n m;i- .1 i.;. h.iii l n I ' 1 h to S p - ten. 1. 1 I .'It, l'i!'., 1' I ne II' 'I I" tilul-i .1. ' '. I I I I, l'T., all..-., .li-.' 1 1 .1 ,1 , l,.p ...i I . 'In. i, 1 ow.tic is a li. 1 of lln- 1 t imp.. 1 lain points: C,i, , ls !" I' I'll. V illi '". ' '. ..,,,, i',.;,, . .1 7H Kin: ' s I'llv, Mo II IU .i.l,, 1,1,, .... h.'.i'i .-1. Louis, m :.:'io r,.!..r.i -'pi 11 i'.'I". I nn. I". N- Y 7'1'iu M,,,,, , '. I" w Yolk. . Y M ' i.,.,c '. !' v ''iB " ' l"..H. N. V 7 ' 'oi W.I hill.' I .. ' ' 1 '' ' ' '"' " f'l: i:v; in , 1 mi '' I I. -' land. d 0 71 :i ; I. - .He, K, 1,1 "'' I'oill.n.l, Me ' 'I'.lcli, -'I'l I'.''.. IMII.II -. M.I '' '"' ' ' (.,,. ,,,,, m ,.. ''I "l'i fin- '"n :ti. I'a 71 ' M a'p ..li- ,l nil ' ' ' '' " 1 ' '" Mil., a, ll.ee. W ''' ;" l-'1'1 1 " ' ,;" IMiolte 2'i I. P. J. JOHNSON, Agent. BEAVER SHERWIN & WILLIAMS J. c. BALDRIDGE LUMBER W. H. HAHN CO. I crrllbsH limp, loillup l.umi, l.allup I'l.":, Aulliiiicilc, All Klass; Iviii.llliiK nml Mill o.d, llrick mid I'laMcilntf I .line; Stiuirt li n l.k. I"c I bo Is-.! III fuel of nil hlu.U. PlluM: VI tered. The pasture is It limited about once n month. It Is believed that this arrangement can be continued Tor at lenst live months. Three cows will In five mouths rat marly seven Ions of ttirairu, cured, so that It Is tig ured that Ihe pa 11 lite Is yielding an equal to seven tons to the acre. More over, there is tin Immense amount of labor saved, and 11 pparentlv Ihi w are doing better. The manure in be ing put back 011 the land without a", additional labor and I lie 10 Is no labor fo'r 1 1 1 1 1 1 iik the hay. In addition to this there will be some winter pas t lit e. The (Hps have had no trouble with bloat, onlv one cow suffering slmlill la, 1 Match. Albuquerque Founuary and Machine Works. I'uglnfvr toiincTcrs Machinist Castings In Iron, fir ass .Itronxe, Aluminum, r'"..itural Steel fur HililKea and Kuildinga. Work and OIII.- Artiuqncrqit N. M. Trinidad, Colo, tlowe, N. M. Santa Fe, N. M. NEW MEXICO. BOARD PAINT ALABASTINL 5 CO., 423 S. 1st St. P. 402. J