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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. IT. IU TTTESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1-015.
1H7S StTKVIN3 JIK11AI.D, ISC aZOROK A. VALUANT, Manager h. a. n fkin'vj rmior FntMlahesl every afternoon -r-yl Bundsy. at 114 Norm Kaoood Street, Albuquerque, N. ft!. Entered wond-rtiKi matter at the itoetofnc at Albuquerque. N. M, wn6r the Act el March I. lift. On moat MOli carrtef ..e On Hk hf carrier ..lie On yer by wall or carrier la advance ..It Beetaeas Oiaoa itoml Kwm .11 A KHIJS I.N.J ihl the Associated rra repona concerning tnei conCurt rf Ocneral Francisco' Villa, In 1'hlhuuhue aeveial dsya ago. ' are substantially correct, it would give, many cltisens of the little old U. H. A. "upr-m aattfactlon lo avitiieaa the iMi'Utl of I'nrle f am admlnlMvrina-1 . . I a'.-ankliig lo our friend FTanclai-o. Villa la quoted aa bring rraponrlbla fur a ramark. wNlrh u In vffact that 1 the ITnlled 8latM overament "rould (u to hall. IVrhapa VHIa'a atlltuda diwa not represent - tha attitude of uthrr Meilran leadera. However, there la every reaan to leliex' that from the top to the bottom amon the various revolitlonafy arlritcs, ther. eitat. a feUi of supreme, con- tegnpt fur the Tnlteil niaiea btxaua of ' .v.. .a. ..; ....rnmi h.a adopted lor more than two year. In dealing with the Mexican eltua- t(on ' The Hrald haa w.nslirtently en - ' deavored ta uphold he attitude . rldent Wllnofi on the Mexican policy and la hopeful th-t In the end the iMlcy will prove llaclf to hava been the wiaeal cour poaalhl to pursue. If the l-nlte4 8tatea hfd to con- alder only the aafely and protection of American cltlxena In Mexico, the altuatlon would not he ao complicated and difficult of aolutlon Hut thera are the Intereata of many foreigner. to be protected In the southern repuli- lie. The Vnlted Watca, for the alngle ,-eaJHm that Europe Ib involved in a terrific war, haa not been called tipon recently to ((plain Ita attitude with reference to She Monroe Doctrine. He that aa It may, however. Aninica ia face to face at the preaent time with the or nonunion if either protei-tlng ... .... ini.reata tatiil iM-utmiinli In Mexico, or prac it,llv .ilniltilna that tne M"in . I Ixx'trlne la a aeaa lener, ir . . . . . ... ..M . sinned to the acrap heap of hy-Kone and useless at'ministrution machinery. Y..rlum cannot be expected to endure forever aurh treatment of ... .... ... .- .....iv.rf .r the hands of Villa; la Chihuahua several day aeo, nor patiently and Indiffer ently submit lo confiscation of valu able, property owned by Ita cllisen. Indications are that th situation In Mexico Is rapidly approaching a crisis. Whether Oarranxa la the man to coma fort aa a Moses and lead hia people out of th wilderness, or whether It will be up to the Vnlted states to assert Itself, remulns to be seen. In any evnii. Mexican problem aa ftr as the Amu .an v- eiWnt ia concern-,: - - ill a scnou, one and may yel Inv. ..i I ! countiy l the work of restoring endrrln. peace In Mexico ty iorce m ihii. AHOt'T HIK I M I.IWTV, HE l-niverslty of New Mexico perfecting plans to roorganlxe the or will op.n Ha doors within the n0 make application f..r charter. T next three weeks to the poling men and women of the slate, with J the asfttirance of a reily Increased attendant. It la believed that tliere will ba a much greater rral.lrutlon of .. ... . . . -i iiuunim man ever tM-iore in the history of tha instltcilon. The pB,e In whidi to hold m.-eiiiiR: a V. N. M. la Just beginning lo come charter committee u appointed t" into Its own, through ln rensed finan. Procure a charter ul Hie earliest pos .... , . ... slble lat... It w ill be the duty of a Mul aupport. great.-r attendance, the . ' ... . . . third committee to solicit new mem dee", lopm. nt of a M-mi'iie ( oll.-Ke hl.fn , . ,,lkpn in uu r hnrler mem- spirit and a'tnoaphere. and by tiie hern along with the former knights, general aHitjde of citixens of tiie K.vcriil years ago the K. 1. Indue wiib stale. Parents who are consider. mf ,he largest and most n. the i.rcail.i- sending their boya and girls lo a ml. lege three thousand miles s- fn.m the at hie. will do well to eons;der I he advantages or tha I'nlverslty of Xew Mexico befor arriving ul a deftilte ronclualon. m:v mkx: mixmonh. " 1 " in ,e culled, forced a postponement IT HAH been Sett to former Governor of all events until tomorrow. L. Bradford J'rlno to undertuke tha monumetuul work of writing' ! (VMnpaistca Uhn llcvciilic. n wicural and puinstsklng hMory of Washington, Aug. S. All govern the Spanish miasiona of New Mexico. m,m '"..ney and securities nfl. r Aiib- .. .. ust ie will 1 transported by resls- lovernor I'nnca haa been a siud.nt mul ,n),,,,ld , ,,y express. The of New Mexico missions for many express companies which have been yeaa and haa appro " Med the work handling the truitli' more than twenty, with a aerlousne. whi.h assures ihe "',r"- wl" '"r n,"r,y h"lf production f a work which will aland ' '"r' a n absolute authoiiiy. 0n4 (uh ( T(JM( Hat ylno. New Mi';" haa thu far failed to Tioat wait until y.mr hair la nne adeiiuately iippreclate the won.l, rful hut keep all you have If possible. We history of Ita mission churches. The r""innieiii Merltol Hair Tonic as a peopl. of thta at.te mua. utideratand IXZZ"? and appreciate them before it can ho and promoting hmr growth. It la a tmld that people of olher slates Preparation of genuine merit, on wo and other rounille will appreciate P'r'd to guarantee lo you jof year a the val: cf old missions js an attraction for tourists. ' Aa n i result the missions hsvt in a nver I falling maunel, drawing peoples from jail pectlona ni the country end of the woild to admlr and study these In . atltutlnrta. unique In I Ho history ol the southwest. However famous the California minions, those of New j Mexico art older, hv histories ul , far armor Interest, and when once they liecome known will lure people from evely ptdiit if the compass 10 see them and study them. ! It remains for N'm Mexico 1 ad vertise the Spanish mission rhuri he l Hut aa remarked before, the people of Nw Mriiiv moet know about them before peopU outside the state ran be expected to inuiiifi any Inieresi in them. tl--auae of ' 111, llnvt'iniit " I IIIVT KIIPK I'll i r " mMI. W I"'" .' ktuna will be an exlrniiely xjiuatde uud welcome une. motoii7.iu tut. iwirn. r F llnry K rd carri ou( hla liit-al Plnn ha will ntalta a radlral rhanca In Anit-rloan farmlnii anil rnltl. Iho dry bonra 1n Ihr imrirul tural Implrmrnt I rail". 1I haa boii(ht a thou.mtid orrea ol ground near lelrolt aa hf all fr t fmlory to bu'ld farm trtn tora. The entabllahnient when f IniHiirtl will em ploy 0,ooo men, each of whom will Ket Ford wagra and . rhnme to buy hla own horn at Ms actual cot lo the company. The tractor turned out l nl" f'"rr ' '""' ,hr '"rn"" jis and will rontaln t.p anine en- ,n no "" ln tn r"r cuf- Only the man with nme prntbn1 ex)rM-nce In mrmliif can aee til p-aalMIU'e. of a.uh a tractor. II ' " " nB "" "tn- and do the work of five or lx horaea. - - P"" " I-'" ' ,uur "b",l"n"'" ,n" ' farmer to g. t hla plowlna done .mlck. ' !'" mower or l.ln.l.r. motor can be uwd to cut enailuKe, Pmp water, tnw wor.d. It will be antlieat kind of l oral fur in aervant aa wll a. the rhrnpert. fr line engine ea'a only whr-n ! l working. Such n trirtor will enable a farm- r to aell two-thir.la of his horsea nnd "IUI cultivate hia land In dry .-..,...., w the lecllnga of hla Icon. Much l:ni'l now uaed to rnine horse feed will be come available for better purpom-a. Klnully, one may note th ii If Henry Ford entwa even thia ornor tf the farm Implement biialn!- the maker of agrleulturiil mnehmery will Imve the Brat renl eompelitu n they hiive aneouniered In yeara.. A Fora tri:tor. factory, rxp.tniling after a few years in O I 1 1 1 1 I'll tnv Miniiiixn ....v ' inner lurrri iftoin. m-nuii. ...v.. - than a doxen federal prosecuiiona i bring down the prii e of tne mneblnee whlih handle American crops. It 1 I'lty the country will hnvc to wait yar tr two before th.it factory Is "ln Tor hualnesa. A Joint debate between Colonel Roonevelt and Colonel Hryan lit one of tha California cximuMoiih would bring a big gpte. tnsoectlon of condlllon of the steamers plying on the great Inkes, f..!lnarlne the F.astland lllBHBtcr In Chicago, la Ji'st another example of the folly of lorkln the burn door after the horse has departed. n-Qjj -g p LODGE PLANS TO REORGANIZE naton. N. M . Aug. S. Home thirty odd Knlihte of Pythlns of Raton have baS'leS thetoelvea together nnd tire A meeting war held recently lit the - ' - n "h.ipel, presided over by II- v. were named to look ofter the dct:illci! ff,'"r" u''l-it to org:inlllon. Th. hull . ..inn. lure as BPli.dtiti d In nun i omrititi.' -lr,.,,,. , r..r n tiitnl.le tmn in ltiiton, out many meiiniir n...ed away and Interest In the order U'-'indled as did the membership nnd a final result the chsrtir was taken up. lta.-ew Again PMh.iihI. Kalnmnaoo, Mich., Aug. I. A su.l. den dow npour of rain I Ms afternoon Just Ba the nrnnd Circuit racea were fi., i.iic to ii.uii, Jtwen Drug . ex.'lusive agency. mm Tha Rich Vudf " f from rlsht lot of hanchra V ha the, bun ones com In bMnobes.! Hut one of those Intensely worts ram) nottona, captlorui tii la hr worita, . npnn th columned palace A1 UilnX tho rtarah. Jann or Allc Who Iftilica In that hla-hbrow ghaclc 6IU all th tlurn with muwleg alack And wonder- what aha U hava for dinner Moat of us wish wa could hava been 'er! Moat futtto plffic! Hore'g the fact; JVmplto the cola that huhby'a stacked To build thin rastlo for hia mate, Pha docs not alt In idle suite tiha ia a woman, Brst of all, ' ' Ai4 harks the dahIc boUBckwp caiL 8a may hare help galora and lba nom, vVbo clean the halt and mastrr'a den some. Pnt If aha la a woman tnia Bha boaaea what tbeso huatilea do. And aha would stand, wUhout much hltrhln'. To mow a full hand la tha kitchen! fV don tnMaJ(e the wealthy wroman for aometlilng mora or leaa than human. If she la luxy and a sloven. Btjed be ao If sire eervud the ovon. No IYofnwsnnal A vlxtiuico fVnithern Teacher Why are yon eryin:, Eddie? Eddie. My pappy died laa' nlcht. "oh, dear! dear! I'm no sorry! What doctor did he have'" ' "H dldnt have nono, teacher. He jea' died hlHse't." Ctur OontrllM. A. J., of Mt Vernon. Ind., aaka what to do for the yawn In little chickens. We want to know, first. If A. J. mean tho o.f. guix-a. We can't atund for any of this flossy, htuhbrow atuff C F.. WoBt Liberty, town, aaka If Wlillum J. Uryiin U a real statea DJtin Uplnrona. differ widely on that euh Ject, ail tiie way from i)rau's to our own. Oar Lax'Crlniinal I au fltrlpllng. Ytm shouldn't knock my new eye-blow inLBtacho all tho time' (ilitotcr. Yra..l know It's wrong to trtke anythl&fitwheu It's down. IVflnleWina .Vxnin Nentrnllty la that personal or na tional attilnile that mnke every bc. liferent tuhik you're aldin; w ith tho others. StaUnrrmn In nomctl.lnn n politi cian could iKg-ooie If he were clitinKcd aufflck-utly. Not i At All Sarrai.tic Mr. II. F. X.. farnltsvllle, Mich. . isjor Hir)i. lo you rtMnrmher when us and soinc morn tourists nnd amntiiurlHts wont thioiiKli your far. tory? At that , time you rihuw.-d u.i how you coul. I tnukc a car In a niliiLtc J eotstho imp you made I'm rniro of it And I am wonder tni; now what sl.-lnycd yon. I oi'o rcuil that yoo ("cniploy rrlmlnnln In youp factory. The nuin who as eenthled my Pn:i .me no w.nk ln thi. middle th at It s. door won't shot wove tho top in down like a llttlo Klrl with her hair c-oinbtl back so tlKlit Alio-can't wink the man who asBcrnhlc U thiR enr of mine muy not have bs-rua criminal x fore he done so, but4h.4haa ben evr since. Yours franHy, KUVKiluWMtH. Mj'Nleiry f1enrt I'p Wliolnvented bookk.rplnf?? Evo rsns the licut-rer of the looae-leaf system of lluuie.corructl uu. Silly Awbh! Hector, if ytai write nnnln ami try to get me to publltih your In quiry aa to uhctlii'i- n inuiilcure girl la a hiltidluuld. il,, we II buwl you out BouiuUling ucrco. Hhe oul.ln't Re Azalra Toots, of Itabull Run, Ken tucky, i whose poeni we dlil uot print, wrltctJ us tlmt iSm wuntH uu to know ' bIio Imi't aa stupid uii we thong fit nho V.UM. Weuew it ullitlin timo. Impn.vltii; "I n)tlcc that (Jut mx It rnpldly re moving tho tuluO Iroui bin II -got Uiollel ." "llliW BO?" "Tie pupers Buy lie cleaned up four millions lu ;t yot.r." W&uisjladij neiWai t Innkitig tip vrr.m the editorial pnga ol.' ttio pciicr we asked Ilia young Inity arrows the way if h . Illdu t sxnisl.lor tao editor pi rlHt Bud slaw said she'd never heard a purd ag jlnat bis 4warctar. AjcrossliheWau fiEAUTH, m mows S IWILLIAMUKADY. M U- Strange Talk For Concluding a dcrlptlnn of the wonderful work being done at tho Adam lltwpltnl, perryhurg. N. Y.t lu the treatment of all forma of tuberculosis: by sun baths, Dr. John II. I'ryor. the noted UutTalo pbthiRioiogist, says: "We must end more afflicted children to the country where they belong, rloae to nature's generous heart and healing brrnth. and then eumnron all the combined foroea known by th niedlca.1 profession lo check the devastation of Insidious disease and repair It ravagca. The difference no often means laughter Inetcad of tears, liapelnees Instead of the tracery of sorrow fretted Into a pinched wbit fnce, ami. s-.mio day, fuo and play, the child's rightful heritage, of which R lias ben so largely robbed by false or vicious environment, mlndlrcctcd philan thropy, a multitude of Inrutmted fads and some humbugs of clvlll ration." Aside from the touching picture of the victim of environment pnltil.xl by this, dlNtlngulHluHj physician. It la rood 'to feel the undercurrent of sound public policy running through the story. It In mil! better to know that the famous heliotherapy of Ittil Her, aa bo successfully employed at l-)'"ln, Hw-ltserlund, lilirh above aes level, can lie used just bh well in America. In muithcr paragraph ir. I'ryor mentions the fact thut chil dren nt I'crryshurg played in the snow In February duys when the temperalnre wan twelve degrees Fahrenheit, below frcxlnp, nnd the children wore what do you think? Furs? No Just n cmt of inn, shoes, nocks nnd n lircchrloth. Iff even greater Interest In Vr. Tryor's remark that ndultn nnd rliil dren taking treat r.icnt In another hospital where clothing In ntlll worn hud epidemics, of "col.li" during the winter, whereat! the llnle s.'ivat;e nt I'errysbuic, riinulnir nbout In their pretty coals of blown pigment, 7r. Itni'lu uit! miner .ill 7iofi per f.llilin. fu HiiUtli. If y)ar I flon 1.1 of in nr nt i u..r. jl if iciil hr .iriiie. r it Ihrouuh ...- . uIk'huv; if nut It vtlt lie fin.-, tf.i pi rnot.uUtt if ttampul. aitiir ncl ear, lop. is i . loicd. hr. Hriitly u ilt rut (ihciw fur indit'td unl c.. t or m.itc dinnos. I. .ld druj oil Icfleri to lr. ililiuwi Hniity, care of (nil n ;,npci. Vest Pocet Essays $k & GEORGE FITCH R PHOTO Al'IfOTfil'I.AY Is c.n" of t!ioo .-II. iim tlmt 1 1 "old. n Wherean nn actor c.i n talk n;n! talk ami wear oal hl.- durable Iiides for twenty live years nnd then pit Into bmil.ruptey with la;. lia bilities, n photoplay can pull In a wash tub full of ul. kels n ilc.y with out sa) ItiK a word Thoiisandt ol kl!f".l nv. hanlci nre now nt work v. rltlni phoinilayn w ith a stub pencil on th b.n-k of an old envelop., and tuinlni' lle ni Into lllins. A yood photoplay Is a couple ol miles long. Hut It nil as lonir, nt that, tni xuiih: of li e i p. eclie- ill llr mi. d. It cords t" :nl cnnl'o fare to Re,? a famous play will "imli, end III cellt:! to nee the :.VMC 'il l, A Ml the word i nmllt. (I. This Iswl. mill ions of people are l!o 1: It.i! to the moving picture p;il... ei While the treasurer of the . trill -it.it tli. atie lti;H Ho little to do Hi: no foi tz t i to Is' cold and aloof v. h-ii a . u. I.e juer irmi.n In. This l.i n rail ccii.iiti.n nnd on. V lileh lc idn il l to v. ond r if p.-. . li 1 i all It l ciael.' ii up to he aft. r all J'erhaps n I a i innnl.. i of poiith al cnnilldatci v. ho !::ive talked their way thioni-'h a t . i k. n Mate and have r.ap.d only i.u.ip. i iu Mils :t rut iinclas"lf. d p ur.t' 1 1 mil the cfi.ii t, would have mic . " d. d Ie It. r if tliev I. ad put thiiuseh.s Into a him and lud I. In d a hi hy villain r. pi. v.ni. I iiu the tin d to ban:; th. - i on II.. Iiciol it llh n club. And maybe mne s.iin:: man who ban lalk. d for t..i a n lo a b. au 1 1 1 ttl uirl wliiiinil ; i:y particular r. I'lllt will :.oo- ,11-.. .,vi I that If ho will llln trat. in flu. .. i.-. l liliu tti- 1 II X II I If' of fill III'" life t.ilil llilll. he will dnrsln In r villi hi i newfound 1 f:lcltee. Ill Ihe il:ofoil,'iy we are traliH port..! intl) in. 1. 1 luxury to pover Views Of Jheftess TJic Marriage Hale I' ually tl.n pui'ihcr of v.-eddilirs l.i a fairly v.. li'ie.l prupoillnn, .Lie Mi I I n I a ! I. . . b.'Cll slai tell by II in the tissue of ill thu t It y of .lllllll tin) liKures nn. I. r la l ). ar. IlljOUt U:i d('l lei .SOIIIII ill ,CUI '. loll li 11 llillllhle lulling . In ciccs to ill. ii r New Yolk. i'or wero !M per cut The ulnciiils mi i ii.nt war condition i In It to war ami t'lilcuco tliere has (sen it falllni' per cent. I'.o ion off of about 1.' il .o sIioa s a de cided decline, while SVashiui'toii and 1'hilad. Iphla show .unall yains. The iii.iitlon Imw far the mar riage rate Is n fleeted by social, woiiomlc, or ntl'ir condltiona Is an Interesting atihjoi t for the debating io'ety. I'r-nple of alien birth who tinvo friends nufferlng mn.forl uno acroMs the witter, uiU-lit now feel lui.s inclined to Wedlock. All iiiiuhiiiiI period of stormy weather Is said to nfl.-ct Inisliiei-ii. It not merely keeps thu public at home from shopping expeditions, but merchants do not fed us hopeful mid cnutldent. Pos sibly prwyeOite bridegrooms TUixf A Practical Doctor t seemed absolutely Immune, Which only goes to show we are not fool ing when we ensure the young folks they are perfectly safe In leaving off rubbers, wearing sheer stockings, low necks and all that sort of thing In any weather. Any family having a child with tubemilosla of bene, gland or other organ, would do well to Investigate the sun bath treatment oeforo de ciding upon radical aurglcal mess urea. Fortunately, It Is unnecessary to go to Ley si a for the treatment. If It ran be succtwefully used In New York Hlute it ought to work anils fartorlly anywhere on the American continent anywhere tho aun shines. QI ESTIOXS AND ANSWER ' When Doctors DbiaKrea Ta-o dortort, tceiies r. ft. (., Artec ndi'i.l Mf to iliy hnmr, and one am srrod mc to yo Witt. I ante fab ri-fot.. ml brttvr rsfer a .luifurtum acre of nome or frni.l out r. it siijhi u h rvf am a pour man. A (mc. i- T'lifortunutcty, pome doc tors still advise oonsunipllves to "go West," rtKnrill.iw of the Individual s condition, physical and llnamlal. in less you have funds on hand suf ficient to cover at leant ten months' ex cliBeB. tit not lens than til per week, don't think of "going West." Hut anyhow-, we are personally con vinced that consumption Is Just as curnble In one part of the country an It la In another, prmldml t.in patient religiously liven the out door lite and remains under the rare of a competent ph)sicinn. ruling (;iio.wi To you mil iar nn o.-Ii.v (m.ifl'"! w.ial or on opfomcf em for owe 111 rf.nir.s to havf thf i yes I., d a if A 1uirer n ocullHt. by all nic.in.i. Tln ii you ure safe, and sure. PLAYS ty, from comedy to drippy traged. mid fin. n the wild and urn omh.-d west as rcptc-uutcd by n New Jct:.y hillside, to the llllliteroua luxilllcl of .v Yolk a': r pic-. ul. d by it hind il.Hlllnolll liuili. Ill llnho- l.m ll.ruiie'i paN.4 rapldl) 111 and l inn up a ihjrih $pir: rnnh n purrs in.; in i , ill: in- Inj tin tut ntut .ii'ipi' our St'i'juni hulls out of tin- jaws of linns nnd ar l.lnuu limn cmiiioii an I thrown 1 1 uu it aiu hip! will-mil maliilal daniai.'. , while the movie hero who cun t i-1 1 1 n up a I'hurch pin-, vrnb a p: Inn lu:oplane by the tall nnd i ..; e (iv. r M.n'ain Kail ; U a n ml timid p' Miu nicr and v. Ill liov. I,.ie in h, nit. pnor -et .Maybe this -i v ,y the movl play I' so popular art.r all. II anyou ntt. lupt. d to slau'e a rn d inovi play with real actors In a real the." tr. ho would hae ri -u.-w th time 1 1 iik s u week. ca,t Hie support of a family with lesn buo amy. I n.Uesl liuiahly periods of slo Ijii iiicss do have au elicit to delay uc lil lues. .Modem pi uttclu e bad wandered home distance from tint ' live In n collage' lileii. Indeed, If Hie iiv r:i-e '.oiiple cont i lliil.il llu; inalrliunny could Kee u cotliigii, they would led better. "Love In a ten. Ilielll" Would express llettcr Hip pros pect confronting many modern lov ers. If young people have kept their t rot It for several years, and huvo not Is'on ul. In to nreinniil.il,. a bank account and life Insurance policy, there Is commonly h.uii.i fault or lack. Too freiiueully It In Ihe un willingness to start In a Hiniill way. Other couples have, found a better y. They havo learned that where sentiment and rnmanco exist, very little space Is needful for stronp, am bitious young Msrple. An apartment of a few rooms In a town's outskirts costs little, and a chicken yard and vegetable garden make savings poa puif-3h tsUtrmrn. V. 4 CARTOONS 0FTHITDAY TIIK KKWS FROM I'KTflOOitAD llcOAmNClHtMa J INTO A -ilij ve- k, " J&SZ.vY - . 'St. ' .' V ' . ' PEOPLE'S LEGAL FRIEND x.u.brai;son j AmendiiiK A Y 0- V.u thr trr-.::n rf mil as. li s mil. ct rtmn prop. rf it I, ft to wni lirnthrr. Kor.o- imn i, i m tn hai r In i n initial, ntti r my a i, i.,,in fare, (iniri;; that anmr fniiiurtii tn iiin. i pi con. ra.t of, r flii ( Monufiin iioiini iippcueii hinillu lu fiirm mr h no u mfir, , in thr pi niii i ty A. JudiHng from your statement, your uncle evidently added a codicil to tie will. Where a codicil, cxeeuied In ilue form of low, contra dletn the leinis of n vnl'd will, thu ci, lb !l will lo irlvcn cfTeet. If, there fore, the oillell ihe p;.rt added to tho orlKinal will was exnu.-J -In coii.pliiinc o ltli all Hie re iulrcmeum of the lit .v In your Kate, it w ill pre V;;ll ou r H e will. In such case, the prupirtv will en to the per. on Pained In II, e c.Mlicll, rather than to Jour brother. 'Ihe llnse lt;.!k 0 fnmr t nu ic. i t(r,.tl!. p-oiii.vi d ii mun . t.il,. In t,i mi,, vi'i i ai.ov n p. rn, 1 ,,f o,c ninth. I.nfir. I i tmninl me wind r'.nlff it li' lnic flilo.l, . fu Imtl'l nut H'os. hr hit, i' mi't c. ,u(i,t f if tlnilHI s " A lie ceitalnly haa. If ion ar bllrrirlly de, I.111..I 1 euiplnv blm al ter in:il:lr.i! an :'.rrecineiil will, hull to do 1.0. It Mas Sot Sli-mxl O r.o.., 1 ,th n 11. nn t'. ctt r tnt'i n I, N'l, 'I 'intrn't . on. , I mti-l i it- ill lilt,, I i.fa;... t,, im thin, mh 11 th it mul de n.,t 8,, 1 n Im loi(' ' A. If It Is' . xprc-nly understood lietW'.en the prill. l' to a contra.'! that It ll lo I.e e.lc-d to wililii,: ami rlnmd bv ihem iMfore liecnm- illg eflective then ll cannot I.e, ollin blndliu' until i',i . I; done And thin Will be tle. . tl,,,.; all He ll 1 11:, of ll,.- ( oi,t 1 a.-l may liavu lien U'.rci.'J Upi.li ' : I .:ll Tunc Mllci!? 0 t tm.l. inn tn n l' ii - cbr'l tor tin rn f h,,,t,i ,t 11 iiii.ii ! lit'.,"' of r.polnco if. hr put thi 1 nt , n 1. ,.,,. ;. (, !( ffc'lll ll t'M in I., . ( ft, (,,. In Id Ti , ,;.,(,,. .' A l'i Marrlu-e It.-t i,k- WIU (J II tint , v ( I ttlttlHt I up', 11 A, II If ft' till j 1 1 .1,., lift, tU'l'illI til ' 1 , 1 1 ' A 'Ihe rr.atii, revolution of Ihe ' t III thin ntiitr r Ii lilu of a 11 ill iii'ihiiij thi 11 il .pelllleS US tl .v ill. PeppejTall GtOKGE MATTHEW ADAMS Utile D evils Y'our 1 1 :il 11. ini. .1 :,i,. vonr Mil!,. "i: id ui 1 Utile I. I- 11 1 ol :!,,, en, and t ull.v ,;o ip. I.t In::. Mlslrust. 'it ul. I -111 that Iiiiiik 1 let lis l,o . I Iowh In the ; Monde. Tear, 1 ilKcuiirai'i m Id our h. I' and , low ou. Irillalo 'I In ne are tin y 1 cm i- iiiliiutil aid. each dav Is le ' .1 If of your l.lt- ou madden ; w ho him k on 1 VOII Ullow tie I Y'our hii"'( i ftart by il lilu, tie Devils I'or caih. In nn inch, will The hnle Had : you Into yoin i'K turn. If but riven ' ' li lo I. il.e 11 mile, loo, I li. vll Unit takes utile with a Ol'OUCll over Home tritial dlsprt.. er happem Iiik. or the Shi u:: Shoulder Devils that neck o ia t a slur u,.n a character, or the Mlstiu t lain.. HriiiH Hiat Im imileiilly sit nt I'onf, iiuiee when your liulepcnderi, ,. n 1 1 . 1 .ludi'iucnt nre nt Muke-aay Willi t .,. 'nulr In crca' lim' I'ow.-rs sap and suck at your M ry life hlood. Your biiTi- t t.e ( ,ach dav I', to ntai t by ridding yourself of your Ut ile Hevlls. lo not nllow your Utile ficvlla to dc-elve you. They weur false fac.irs. They Ullille hi t lily. Also, tiny apeak softly- olttimm. Hut ever bn on Miiard. They are. Inland to fol low you from place to plmo. Hut If you are lllrt uiourjh, If you aro Uruve and Culm cnouirh -r-i vxr Helf ConlrolliHl -your Utile Is vlls niU.ht as well not ax 1st, an far oa foil are concerned for you won't bo ublo to bh them, aiid thujr wont e able to Mv yirU, , A I rl ni in tti (ulLmtj fnitth An fifTer Ami YWttitli :iuul 0 Whirr -t man miikm in offer fo . II rirtmn nrtnlis nnd .lomliet fo Jrcp fn,- i,ff,-r ,,,. f,,r j, nnlle Ii niilh of timr. 1. ill hi li. IimMc If, 1' if'iln fn fim.', :, -.i lth.hiiu I !hr if" "'"I "II; w nniithi-r Btrionf A. He will not Im. liable unless there wua r. I'oiiHlderntcin for hia promise te 1,.-, p the offer open for the .p. cl'ied length id Hum. Tire '.nstirnme (!n ltnl-.il House Q. I am c;ic. ,,,( ft nnt a i.ill hi.isr in 11 il.mt ;i ur, 7ic oicmr i" nu 1 11 mr 11 ,.,(, lung f lrn.se In mijn. t .mc .i.v'.i.i Ann fo put fim iimurnnrr on thr o.ii.e unit hr hill pi,iiiii(i In ,'n to. hut I niitlrr that thr ,;.- nuiti nothing nliuut flrr In .iiii.i.ii c. Ilnm should I prutn t m v .'.' A. You can wait until Hie owner Injures H e bon e before you hI.-u the baie. If yon wish to do so. Whether yon do or tint, however. It would be well, b. -fore you and your pr. -pectlve landlord vlitn tho loam, to Insert some provlr.loii like the folliwlnp: "And the lessor, hi heirs or iiksIkuh. will, during the raid term. Insure and In -p Insured iikalnst daiiuife bv fire the said do mired piemi:i In the mini of nt least dollars, wlili some good III ,11. 11,, e lompaiy, nnd will. In cai.o of deli actlo'i or damiiK ta said pr.uii'eH. or mv part thuris.f fin til x. It Ii apply III! 'sriins of motii-y leeched by virtue of such Inmiraiicn In repair iiik m rebuilding the said lueliii .os -.in Inline,! damaged; and In ( : e such money id. all l,o Insuf flcl. lit fur the puipii .e. Ii will lilak,. I'.oimI thu ilchi ii ncv out of hla own pocket And I In- inld l.-:ror will, whenever i,siilii I, piodi'cu the poll cy or policies of : in h Insurance uud the receipt for the lust premium paid." Oral lu' r.lndlng (, Mnii ore r, nf u himir to an 1 thrr rum fin linn umnfni u 11,'c oaf nnthhnt a trrilti n li ntrt A Yea. napSfiots JAY E HOUSE There Is no ren ron to doubt tho ilneerlty of a woman who volun tarily wcum a H.ilvuiluu Ariuy bonnet. V.Tien It corner to 0, nulling a clistomer'a hair, tho baila r does his Is .t Hut Hint la all that ran be raid for the Job. fine tiling has been definitely e tabll. hi.il The people often fall to volu uu they cheer. Ill n small town most of the acorn mul 1 nut umely Is ill reel... I toward the man who wears white flannel trousers Hut a little nf It In saved for the man who beat a Ida lto. Porno women nr born beautiful Mul oiliers havo Leant y thrust upon' them by the Hoelety reporter who writes up tho wedding. Another ot.jectlorf lo marriage Is that Hie guilty part lea gut bo time oh" for good behavior. It uii depends. If you are not Interest,.,! In pulf It in a bore. If you ure It Is a dim-aso. People generally speak well of I lobe Fisher, w ho In hopeless lu ctlicleiit and who linn been a bur den 011 bin wifuii people, ever since lie was married. Hut they bitterly attack Huuiuul llympton, who Is rich and inllueoilal, uud oue of the fulreut lui'U lu town. The country Ima hnd ftbnut the usual amount of rain, but Hie A (ma lic Monthly still Is very dry. Tn our town of jilgnby City tha only really tinted wan Is John Klopfnr, who chewed tobacco Uilrt pa I our 1 aud Uioit quit. pi (Mi I as 1 i