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THE EVENING HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE. W, M.. WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11.1815.
Tk: Etenhz IkrcH. Pabllibsd by TUBS tTVKSJNO Hi;n.4!4, INC. OKUHOrc . VALUANT, Knfr H. J. IIEMNO Editor rahllshed ery a'ternooa epl tul.i. t.1 UI North Mcoad Street, Albuquuu.ua, N. M. Filtered as second-rlsse matter at tha pneiofn.M ( Altuq'wrqu. N. M., aniier tua Act ot Mare . !?. On month by mall or errlr..o Om wee by carrier II On ar by mail or carrier ) dvanc ....til Tttepht tones; BimIiim) orn- Editorial rivom ...... .IJ4 Ml TIIK M.I Mi HSU hTAM.UU. A X K A ni.T aa can be Bacer- tauird much ol tao lima of the various mi M conferences which have liecn held recently among Stw Mexico political leader hna been dev-oied in tho question of the ne of t!e hank roll of Ilia ar.oui aspir ant for tte and congressional pul lion tu be filled in tha ll election The discussion ho had to do not muth with the ability of tnia man or that to discharge the dutie of tha plara to which ho aspire, but with hla ability to finance hla own cam paign and to contribute to that of hi aanoclatea. It to true that In at least one conference way and means were fllacuaaed to rid a. etrtain political rinc of an ambltloua man who it hi been munt Influential lu building up. and who now rVi desire to run roiiKh shod over hi former manag er into high place, put generally the question before the l.uuae ha Iwen "how much can lie put In the pot?" In the discussion which la now net ting under way througnout the tata of vnrioua possibilities for various of flee, thia ia a question which the people inlnht well consider; not uloiie how much fhe candidate run and will contribute, and i.ethor hla ability to contribute should be permitted to aland aa the cinly furtor in determin ing hla availability for a pluce on thi, ticket or that. If thla diacuiwion ia full enough and free enough the people, the rank una file of voter, will heroin' Interested In It. and It la Just possible that the reault of thia will b a demit nd. not to be overlooked, that candidate lor tha varkoiiv offlcr be nominated with a view to their ability, their Integrity and their general fitness for positions of public; responsibility and trust, quite without regard to whether they ran and will contribute to the cam paign fund ten dollar or ten fhou aund. It is no argument BKainst a man's fltneaa for public office Mat he l wealthy, and can afford to contribute large sums to hia own campaign and that of lila party associate. Hut it la a giavely unfortunate altuutton when the ability to "dig up for the Blush fund" is fixed na tho first and essential qualification for a nomina tion. It is unfortunately true taut this "ability to dig" hits been the es sential qualification In New Mexico In tha past in determining a majority of nomination for important offices Perhaps frank diacuaslon In our new. uaner and among our people may change things In next ear's tiomin atuig convention and prunury con test. Also while the varloua ting tire considering tha varlng financial standings of the numerous aeplr.mli- f.,r Imoortant itubltc place I' wouldn't be. amis for tho boy to re member Indiana. KNTIHTAIMMi Ofll MMTOIIS. . T 'INK now questions the sue IX I in. of this venr' state fair ' The exhibit ulreaily guaran teed Insure a genuine slate exposition of the most satisfactory rharucter The ainusemcnt program 'baa been planned, arfdnged and closed upon " acaln which Insures six days ciowded with entertiilninent of the very le -i Th. inii.reot uhlch has been liH.n. ' - " aroused all 'v. r l'e " ' -1 rt-pre- sentative of Hie lair coinmlsdinii and more especially by the evidence ..... ii..n Iw.s vlveil thai it I tile voilllllir-..... idunnlng a real tt ' Mug It well, inrure the lurg-st crowd ..r ..,!,. r- this city ever nus leen called upon lo welcome. It may come a a shock to soim of our people to leurn t'nt All.iiquer iu rl'utu""n hot"a my l not aa good a. It might be thr.,.h- .., Near MexVo. Our arrangeirients for wiuomlng visitor and provldm .ctomiuodallon for them dJiing l"r- ,rr fair, and ol convention, ami other luge gathering- of visitor, have been criticised In ollur t'lti ...1 town- with considerable evenly. We are not. to tell the exact truth. considered tho fiee-hiidd hearted city we think we are. open A f' v,ry alovenly joba or rtiiinmci.l planning of which we. have bed anility, t-avt aerved to damuge rel u. Utl..n for conimunity hosr-ltalliy wlilch f one lime w t h M.rreovar. other Important towns . . ... I.. t..i.,jclnlit In New Mclo imve oe.u ....,-y.-convention and entertainment. Albuutrnu i,;,aljr ' home and nloof. This also ha lofl n Impression that r are not aa con. Iderste ror the feeling, the wrllfnre and happiness of the rest of th ttate a we should hav been. We have our opportunity In the cooiIng aiate fair to even up lot of entertainment score: lo repay many compliment from other communities and many favor; and to wipe out every Vestige of had feeling or wrong" impression which exist anywhere In the tnt. Run Juan county and the territory Along the IVnvrr A Itio Grande rail road will contribute not leas than 1 visitor to the fair In a elude train. It ia a t.d that in Pun Jmin county the people feel tUnt Alhuurro,ue I iiultc. Indifferent to their existence. And It 1 nnt the only ectlon whr such a leeling exlfts. It I up to us to take the fullest ad vantiige of the splendid opportunl'y which t1 broadau(ie plana of the state fair rnmmlsalnn les us thlsj year. There will lie other special i train than that from the bun Ju.m.j and eeery truin coming Into Albu-j luerqu will carry Its croud of visit or Fortunately the reception om? for th fair week ia in excellent hand. Complete and circful or ganisation la to b perfected. Kvery thiug that a tHimmltlee can do will be don for the comfort and eordml treatment of the vlsitora. ltut indi vidually, with decoration of our homes, with the happy handshake and a personal effort to aid In the pleasant buslnesa of welcome, all ol us Imve a definite duty to periorm during the state fair week. How It's Done 1 in El Paso (An Kdltorlal In the Kl I'uso Time. ) EL, I'AHil Is starling a tain, paign to elect an 1-1 I'uso t.k exulted ruler next year. We huva nu obstacles to put in her way. Albuquerque h no candidate fur the place, o far as it know, i.ut we want to use Kl I'usj aa an example. Tiie next convention of Klk t nearly a year aa. Kl Puso la slurtinu earl)'. Pretty soon the state fair wilt be a thing of the past At mld blgiil or the last riay the (air i. on i. the exact proper psycholog ical moment lo start preparing for the next una Albuquerquu tan take a leaf out of Kl I'usu'a oook with prollt. She cun start esrly. Not alone the atute fair, but the rtoikmens convention, tne educuiioiuil anaociuilou meet ing und some olbvr ewuls of in ttret are Kjnig to take place in Albuquerque. Albuquerque should start early lo make preparations for all of them. Tne lasl-minule arrangements ure never satisfac tory and often Ineffective. I It is late enough now to coin- ; meu e preparation tor entertain. ing the educational aociMiiii and (or tprinrfiNg its comcinion to Alliuquerque next year. It Is lute i tnuiiKh to .turt work on the 1 1 .tale fair. Let's get Iiuk. Al- luiUerque N. M.) Herald. ) It I. a fact well knon und appre ciated throughout tht southwest tl.ul Kl I'uso ulwa gclH what she goes' after. The reason, for this aeein. o be patent to the Albuquerque paper.; In urKing the Alnuqi'.erque leopl to j oigamu in advance to muke u su' -, in. of the state fuir that is to j held in lull m other words, to go., riudy in adMin e lo int.uie uc es ' j the future. I When the cllUenship o i:i Paso, (U sires to aceomilish any k'lo n ob-1 ill I tilt wheel horse, of Kl I'uso do: not wait until the l ist moment to oe-j km the campaign of achievement. There is a careful sixiiik up of the: sifiution a;id Itnmcdiuie organisation made to reach 'ho desired result. It Is unanimously agreed that eiery lion- i oral'le method shall be applied, the ' methods ate clearly outlined and the : boosters take hold with their cam-, niiiga fully outlined oml generally un. deistood. The result i. leainotk that stands for something. Th e I . con ell f ttitom und unity ol pur pom, combined with nnt und ileter imnailon, that gel results, and Al-, buqurrquc is wise In mol ing Kl Pa.-to ' methods with tne intention of emu-: litlng '.hem. It l none too early lo I. .Kin to pripare for thu Ne .IKxi'o late fair In 1 1 7 . Karly orain.a-l lion lii'Ji the greater sui ccs.. NtrTH K nll l'l ll.ll .TH. rxoartment of the Interior, l". Jaind office at Hatitii Nci Mexico, July IS. Notice i hereby given that FraPk C. Moru. of t'lnllll. N. M, who, on. August 1st. l!li. made Homestead Kntrv No. tilfiftT. lor HW H HV'i Hec. 8, UK'., SK'i . NWU SW Bee. 10, and NK'H NK' ec. ! Towr.slup It N, l:.itis B K. N. M P-, Meridian, has filed notice of Intention lo Tiinke three years final proof, lo establish claim t i the land iiionc. de scribed, before II. K. Whiting, fnit- ed Htntes commissioner, nt AP.uqin r- que. New Mexico, on tho aid nay September, 1!15 Claimant names us wHh-'h: Iteyes Mora, !ireno Kunebe, l inilio Morn s,l juirto Taplu. all of ihiiiii. .-sew Mexico. FHAN'I''' li;t.'lAI0, I HeKlster. I "Kvenlng Iff raid." Albuquerque. N. M. Phon. I. nd farn, 1 1 1 m.t Cop- - . I Hi nr. W per, for rrsi viw Trtmb!. at Co. 11 th Heraad d you work. F. Crollott FUNXBAI WHECTOE AND II, 420 aVMitll tswond Kt. riHMM lMy or Mwitt 7. 1 Th Towa of Ottorwcil I trmrcled on local train on blla- t'ry ummer'g da. Th cinder c In wher the sh lifted by the jay. Tha dirt flew In whene'er we ran. the heat whene'er we tond JTbat ai the dar I "gure got mine" ye twicer I "got It good ! And rr town at which we topped a fellow Just behind Would pull his red bandana, oft, hoist up the leather blind. And mutter to hia fleshy aclf I heard htm very well "Thta I funny place to atop I heck. It QUcrncM!" I did not count how many time he found that town, that day On which I rode the local car, bo hind the fresh-air Jay. But every place that train would top I recollect it well That fellow Just behind me thought Ita name waa "Otternell." The TerlsnCrally-Mlmlca (lillil "Wher Is your mother, Ed ward?" "She'a gone over to Mr. Denny' to play culvert." "To play culvert?" "Yea; she said she waa going to play 'a little bridge.' " The Careful Man "Mister Enpeck! Mister Enpcrk wait a minute!" "Yearn." "If you're going down-town will you please leave thia box at Fos ter', tor and tell 'em, 'A slxe larger'?" "What Is It?" "It's well something to wear." "No; I'm sorry, but I can't do it. If Mrs. Eopeck heard that I d helped you change any of your cioibea she mlcht misunderstand it and raise ned." Needle- Deprivation An Ohio town 1$ said to hav a minister who gave his note fur an automobile two years ago, novcr paid a Jitney on the note, and has now traded tho old car In for a new one. And yet people go without automobiles, giving mere poverty s a sneaking subterfuge! Grave (Jtianilory If we woro going to live In tho valley of tho Ohio Klver and oro bent Bolely on making money, wc arc not at nil sure whether wo should live on tho Wast- Irgmia tide and sell cheap sult-cuscn, or on the Ohio ldu and keep a boozo etcre. Irving To Make It Inviting A great Improvement Is already noticeable in tlio interior of tho count? Jail where, iMtdor the direr tloc fif Sheriff Clyde I'twcy, a fnrro f;I pmonrru. Basiled by a pro fessional painter, are adininliiteritiir a coat of while pultit. UoMiVti tho Inside and outside of ccll-t.orn, walls and ccllinic nro being iim over, and tlio work hurt Improved the sanitary condition of tin- J.itl n. w ell as Its app"uratice! - .l'iru 1,'a TimtJ. Isn't She timer? The eloquent ynnng thenbu-lin pictured In c,lo'lni! word i the i !. Ishnefs of men v. ho rpent their evenings at tlio club le.ivlnc their wive ill loliclinesu :it home. "Think, my h-anrii," fall be, "of a poor, hcclectod w ife, nil lilolio In the gnat, dreary limo rocking the trad In of her flloepbii; bubo with one foot and wiping away tier ti'nrn Willi the other " The New. burgh (X. Y.J Jnurmit. OuKlit To Take A Hint When riorrelary Imiilol.H nf tho tisvy louiid lisne.elf sorely criti cised, did lie rc-icii? Null! Me went out und got hold of Koine bright in u ii to In lii li i tn run hi.i Job IntelliRi nt ly. Now w hy didn't lsrun--but uu'iin! What the uw! The young lady orros tho way says she saw In Hie paper that Al bona, I'an., bud gone dry by a pli blM He vole nnd tor her part she thinks It s much fairer to b l every body votu on Mali ijucnilohs, thu feaj wo Uu lu tins tuuutry. liiejoungLadij AgossTdeWflij v I jtx I 'WILLIAM Catching It rhnrmlnH how frequently our prophecies, uttered In this doninln of dopm, rotnn true? Ott two or three occasions, we a.-e qttlto lire. It lis Wn observed that tho fnr-alghtrd conductor of these talks harbor strong suspicion that a great many cases of oiM" ndlrltis bm nothing elsa than the locallirntlon In tho appendix of haelerla which have entered tlironrrli the nose or throat In an ttnck of "cold" or aore throat. ThU obaervatlnn Ia purely rllnlrnl putting two and two together at the bedside and mtil lng aix or elKlit of It rtnt now, we are hnppy lo an nounce, gooil scientific evidence Is at band to support the bnre clinical ficts. The conclusion is greatly atrcngthe-jed tlist-oi can really catrh apnendleltl, put not neces aarily from another ens of appendi citis; no, you can catch It from a plain coryiSi or a elniple sxire throat or tonsillitis Just aa well, which Is all the morn rcnaon for Isolntln t yourself f om these "simple rolds," It being si 111 considered good form for tho subject of such en ailment to spread his germs alsmt Indiscrimi nately as lie please. Among the Illuminating nvrstlca tlons carried on by Dr. Kosrnow. ono of the foremost expert lu bacteri ology. It m found that certain strains or cliques of bacteria which produced tonsillitis also produced ap-iM-ndlcltls. It has been known for year, that the ineiimococcus that versatile "cold," sore throat and pneumonia germ Is a fairly fre quent Invader ot the appendix, lint Dr. linsenow's studies add consider ably to the evidence and practically convict tlio "cold" ml" rolie. Adenoid, or round cell tissue, la present in the appendix as In the ton alls; tonsillitis and uppctullclti aro Vest Pocket Essays Sk & GEORGE FITCH $t FAME I "'AMf! Is n sort of nitrified prnml- nciwe v. hlcli lime c'lnnot wear away. Pome men achieve notoriety but pn.- hMv the s ntli-'ht of piiblb ! turti'i elsewlo'ie nnd tiny fade away Home nu n hemme pi omlii' tit. bet. when tley slop work the pu'dle for gets, them and tlo v have to be lih-n Hied In their own townii when I ln y car li a check. Ititt i nie rnen :n i ' i i r. fame an 1 n liuinl 'id yenrs n f t r tin ' lire ilc. id (liHtant descend in' i will oe aide to pawn tlnir bir tiaturi s for i:ri erles nnd l.ou.v After li iiuin lim boeome f:iinoii:, li doi ..,i'l tiuve t i win,, any i". iii- lb can board around on :i prat' 1 11 na Hon, t'.aklnu alii- dinner sp--. . , un 1 when he -a r 1 1 .4 l:l:i :ii'o! lot riiphy c oi l, h of It v 111 sell nt t i dob lai : a pouii'l, pa; ii 'U: in !c: il.ii' ii'.i No one l li'Ais .t'l!. how to o!i tain fimi" but It-i 'ynidnin- can ! ea. ilv ill ,tin-'il h.il'. T'u: fli .t In clpldit In II. alioin are Hi.- ib Ir.- of I ok :m. nf'i nnd it..' !. wi is to per mit Mil! lo It.. id He lli.t of i ,ii k. r:l wtii"'il cup. n ... to lilnra-lt Shorllv a:t.-r liibi Tie .., m pap.-ls In VIM to i all billl lip to I'lt' r-l'-w 111 in on a-'-. war, politli... lis opinion on tl.'lit Hllit:-i lor wonn'i mi'i otiur vlial i.'ibi. ctii Tin ii some lii.iun .'icliii. r i: 1 1 ii h n cla ir nf. r lilm and hiioir: in. n fwrin!! with ,i ; lia.ue on t Ik Ir lipn. Tills ucy prop irlv he calbd t.ie ft est Matfe of fane . The l.'iolld Mlll'e h.'lMlIM win II the riib .i I h" . I. wa- oii.s Mop in Iron! of lib. home and the lo U'hhoru v ho re f ' i r. d to bun in hi ; bovliood ail Hi" lll.ie. . t l.ci'ln to iv t Into ho' b ty Oil the ll,,"! of their III'. I. inn tt' f 1 l : 1 1 1 . . 1 1 e wlili blin This Is a very palnf'il it a i;e .'.ill cans' a inanv vl" tlniH to ili i, ih ii trc In Die Main n Views Of 0 -L Topics T: 111! Irnn i ro i I i rcponsllile tor i.i.my a wooden cioii.t. - The Kai-.r falb. I lo (tale In lilt lalci Hia.- win ih. i or not be vill pil liiil h'ii r l.a", nil; on thia M'lo i.f tilt: Alllllltlc- A. ,u iuik t.lrt.illj tun. Ormnn editor 'ayt rre-l.leiit Wll son "m l,i,,ii,i,t. Hiiuklu miri.li bail! to the i oiihiiI.i at ion of linuian. ity In win." but what is In eded Ih homebody to brim; nuthUikltit; lunula back. llii( M'i.j Journal. Tho Reorvl'i l.-.-l datum Inn adopt ed II rule that in, mi iiib. r al all bo allowed to eiii.r lie hull while In toxicated. . - -1 u-, . t m ii pli.Mbllli.il ritale. Milu iu,. .ii hiii' II M to II i ft. fii.irnati submarine activity bt r.'ip Idly biliiriiio; thu war to a close, IiveiacibK Ive iitiius u .lay. ut which rate il will tulie only about twelitythiee jmr-i lo wlpo out tin.' enllro Hrllisi, ineicbulit liiui inc. ittistun Tiuiwi if. Ilonry Ford 1 as started n cam pulitii to ill -ciii a'ii gluttony, by which miUlmm a jmr may be saved. Thu morn money i.aved on fooli. Ii luxui lvu like 'i ... i i icii lii" liioru onu l.u to expi ml on iieeesi.lt le I i It. giiKollno. .V i io I'm It .5 .71 i"! y'i yrtiph. An 1?ngll'h writer nVrlnre Hint Ihn Hrltl 'h Army of ViH.hhu la reully 4,11110,(100. Maylie, but It likbting like 7iu.00'J. tlvttun Trunin il. . i UsT UKADY, M X Appendicitis typically disease of young persons. In whom adenrdd tissue Is most vul nerable lo Infection; and finally. It I by no mean a rare orctirrcin-e for a victim of tonsillitis or a "cold" to de velop arnte appendicitis as a cunpli ration or soon after the "cold" tamos on So here Is one way to avoid ap pendicitis: Avoid the friend who has "Kliuht cold." Hut still the old way helps pre vent it too: Keep tlio Isiwei reRular by suitable diet und rxcrciie and hnblt, for the ever present colon bacillus Is easily tlio moM proline fac tor ot appendicitis. QTTSTIOXS AXD ANSWKKH Dlsllkr Our rictureno.ue Style 7lo V"" ''T dVc, ml fo rnrth nnit sou anything In flam ordi.ory f.'np. Ilf i il (fisorasfled rorrcpon'i-i-nf u Arise "sfomm n" complain! irot'cif In yf. ml our prnvim r. jtitmerr Yes, mcasnnally, but J'tst a sure ns we M'ak plainly somebody canrcls Ms ubsiTi lion or somcthlti like tUat. Advice) About Feeding; The Haby Can vou nde(e we ahnut it Qoni plnsj for ft Ulna a four monlss' old l".byr 4sircr A letter on the stthject will be sent on receipt of stauiedad drcaoed envelope. a Take) OIiHy Oire Several reoders linvi Inquired about dlfferi'nt olieslty rurn.. W susest that tin y write Ann 1 1-an Medical As aocliitlon, r.:ij North lii arhnrn Hlrect, t'litcaito. 111 , and auk for nutliorlt -tlve data. wood . leavnv In the I .1 li.ioia i i .. '' . I'."' .:ib a.' I . I etlln l. I alllirrtil.,'! I I ' t.l. 1 i, or t I 'i i iy j. ifreti lr IWST Ntly rAHrytvi ' urn hk i 'iCr 'vVV , v, - Thru finv tn e ' ' '" fr mi ii on n v i ' ' ' il . . that lie will il'lv t'.c: r ' ' to.'iiiiiliei': when he htn-. a ci'i "f (.ilia, .si the fa it Is niiiioiiii.' d i 'i 'i buck pa'tcH of nil the new's;i;i'c" lllol when lie i,lteii.. the fuller ll of i friend the fai t Is l"l' ruplu il o.t the country wlt!i iu !i. nil s n.iia ), ft out. Some men wait 1 ' death to become fatuous. 'I i uiiii h b .; painful loethoil I' ... bier In Hup port a marble id.ili, alb i' lb alii t' an a laiL-e tin lam. 'I wiealh Willi ial Hope rlininii,!.':. during life The Press In Brief mi in rib as the .1 , nio luthi hnd ' .1 board only I, mm rnei nf eordile, 2, Mill cases of loaded shrapnel shells, 1.4,'MI ca's of trinitrotoluol c chemical of great force which giwa into liiKli-explosive hIic1s, i'.."i bar rels of peti oliilun., TL'-t case.i of loaded curtrlilKes, ti'i barrels of rum, I'l barrels of snlli vlic m id, '.IT. bar Ids of boracle lu id. you can plainly wo bow the military export were driven to the conclusion that noth ing could have chums! Hid explodon but n bomb of the late I rank Holt -1 wl "ltut iul is MoT. Wluitdyn mesn, "Merrle Kngland"? ( ulumbid ntult; Ynnii Phi Kal seems to be n ntnjor lenglle pitcher with n bush l.'.ur'lo team.- Chm 'cvfon A fie mil Cmuu r. If flermany sinks many more ship loaded Willi iniilea she may have to tin to wur with Missouri. - ttkln I, urn a Cilu Okliihiiniiin. Ir. Von Jukow's Inlest eilnnn Hon of the .skiiihiii ilisiisi. r secnn til bo Hint lieiinaiiy did not think It VbH loaned. inid mipoflJ Mar. The wurl.tiby propnslilon In Tur l ey paleM Its Inellei tual llre.i befniii tlio pioiilctii of wiir-w Iduw a. ll'usl l.yi.il 1'ust. The finest Inn wo bovn put up to fiiiii uiiy, wo take It, Is whctli T to inn her wur on tho l-.'iiropeun or thu Aiiierhiiu plan. Culmn bia (ll(e, "t'unnda Sends nental Coiitlnprent to I'nii.ic " Houblless to III) up the li'.ps la tlio fruit. Vblumbiu Mute. CARTOONS A I'LTtll HI f ' U.T'- -.S.' . ' -' -J 1:.,'. () 5. U i 'iv i i ax.", i j fill I I 4 . ::.kv "i . j i it- en 11 mlKlit divide tb waters nf ti n North . i and led Ms p .;.) . tbe pornil -IKnrilsr.'i - Iuil- II t ma. hii- lu ,. .,i- ' i Aat .tulii..:ii PEOPLE'S LEGAL FRIEND 1Z..W. BRANSON Tlio t biblreii if line's llrnln fl -ft un niithn" mil ;t:nf,rrlif t.'iht in um snpsiiLsncif mijeii r-p.' f S Yen. !!" U regarded In Itv ll'- l'e icaiic led will be p-.it.cicl lu sach rU-iit in. til or tsnb's- be li -I" "" of it. If he piilillslies t'"' n. im; crlpf. how. vcr, or nllou i l to Ic pi. tills!, ed, he i.iu-t Imve the pi i t. ' . I. .f ;i co- i i- ' t A V. -"Ilit V : fi.oiriiilb t.xt ..- th-' - , I ' -1 (I ... - ';,' I" ' ' ll II III i , lib 'I " '. t I rii !:! i 1 ,;--.i Vc The Se;) f f .1 ' v , ' mi ml : I' f.'-e .. ' ' ' ' I ... .'..'l' -i.,l , 'i i .- . '' hi .',.,' '.- ' III t li'' t hi ml ' i . ' Il I-: eo' iiec. s-ar" iv b r ! i . . of I ii.l ia ,.i . fir n si",-, "i i ; . i' . '-..I I i n w r 1 1 1 . 1 1 . - . i ' - i ' , i'i ' "' r tit.'! f .' r .r.trait n.iv !..- ! ii-b I . i.:s. . .i !.. i burl, r of t . or- . ..tll.ll I'-'I'llie-. it. Siinit.iv I'on'rieta 'I ll a 1'irlnl t si-,'.- oil .Ciih.mi 1 ui. ' i- . unices expri'-ib' f.rbl'l ib a b '.t it '.I I i liw-1 r I it-', .-in a t ... 1 1 - in I .- arc c.ii.il . lie rlpt I'ur I'livment n I ic " s'.eo (...,,. (mm . i: il ini'ii- v. nnt! ii"',b i-- Hi ytrlim al j, 'i .im, uls I I , t,t ;,.,n, inn ii ' . I.uf ii, .1 rll t It, i S o ill..;. tin, lii'll (i.ilie. si", thr lmtr llii,!- iv i. Ml.;. so, ' loin ti I '''III' 1 1 ' . I . ,1 ; Ihl : , I, '. IO ll , i-ri-nirt ii illi !'," I nt-i , II,- i I I'l' ' run. '"I 'i tin ii I ... -,(.', .1 l ,-.ti.l th.it I . ill ..I. - i .i lilhimi nt ti n tliilluti. f inn in.'-- I-C If,- .., I '' II' i 'l HI III HI ,(, ,. IIV . II h'tV .0',f l ,rj,,; 'Kl. ifoli'f frnoie I' A'lf o do ulmut ll. 11 "if I' uulil ijnu itih i-i t A. While (ho letter sent yoq bv the liniise Is an lu Kiioh bilKiiniit of piMiiicnt lu full. It I; not iiiiieliislvii i viilence of sin h fail, for il receipt i nivavi open bi )il;imii lim. (1 .ci,, however, aflonl some evidence fit p.utneiit In full Hiitlieb nt cvi iIciik I'l cn.ible you lo rely upon It i.ntil tbe house shows by Btroniter pioof I lii.t you really owe tlm Hie?.! v If you me i . inli, lent you hav. pain the entire amount, vou f.m ibfeiid the still by tirodiicllii: v ha'evor o bleu. . llli: the letter , i Will lie Sllcccssf III, by means of en proof, establisheM liulunce 1 1 still die you hav, Im hid received, and you unless the house, liter or htromrer tiie fart that, il u Ls"K 'l7 The Selfish Scholar His Vlfe Mil be. ,,. lillil in tho i 'VchliiK. lis lie reads lu lier lap In li ilarnliiK basket tut her hand-, lie Idle. Her ey s ale on the lire. Honiehow. toiilu'ht. the doesn't just liel lllie tl, it ii :j iinythlnK she iloenn'l leel like ilarnliii;, she doesn't fi el like rcwlug; nnd what else I i there lo do"' Not for veuri anil veins has she f.,ne to the theatre She used to hi- fond of going when she was ii i;iil bill since her mar I liiire she has spent the cvenfnu.i Hi I onic; lleiirv would he inl.eral.le if lie v. ere forced to "w a le an even lug" nwuy from IiIh beloved books, l or this same reason, her friends have tlloppcil nwuy, one by one; lleniy, poor dear, was ho liiipal b ut when tie y called, that he coiildu't help soowlni ll. So now ileiity Is peiiectly happv. Vei, now. Hut how about later on'.' The time may come when his wife nu lunger situ across the talilii from lilm In tho evenings: when lie will sit beforu Ills books Kiel be unable In lead hem. For the picture of In r wist ful face will swim between li i in find bis liookH. ' I bili'bt h.nu luudii it U ruillHtit fnci''' lie will regret. lie' I yultHij puuuii in nu loj. S2iim-;' OFTHEDAY (JliK.STIDN ,Jrf Hran I Mutual llflea'. Q I h'lf l i i l l 11 , f e r,: ili'l OUt t-t ll liliill. il 'iillll--, 0 -ii yist nim'h, . i-"-n. ,' - i.'.o 1; A ' 1 ' ' ' -" ' III 'I a ',R II-I..I,", 11 - 1' C il'l'i-i'' oil 1 F ,"- I'-H . .'-I 11- t' tl )!'' II iii a. !. fi. " - :.'!' i I, 'I' lit IIS if .: H i ,,'i' l ,j !.' o'i, r. Ili, , .'it ttt'l ' . A. V-u can ttit.-i I 'o n t I 1 .e i e S inr !a'.. -r aai i... I im i-1. It lor you. opt I :!-!l !! Sn ; . e i','i ' ';. ,fii I. ,.f..,i ;,.i.'. i, ..' I, a ,, , hi oi ,i., i . ; A Wl ll" to t ..' l'."-h:!., I i I V I i-t-.t. I.ibr.i. y of r , , w ', In-'.' "I. Ill I ' v. lii : i J ;iy y.iq v. il h full In, -r i.iai h-:i. The I'esi , MVI.M.t Tlm't 'I !n" 1 1 ui; io fi. Mr i . ui V- .1' '. . ".. II I'i ' l .-',, m: I I .. . . I i '111 ll nil I i . . 1 1 i ni- I c. . . 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If the deed w art executed t'l duo fen in of law und no fiau l v. a.. piactis.il, it wilt be iron. I. ten After nil. the chief difference 1 " tween men and roomers is Hint inea do their crowing iluriui; the ( iv The mule li nil ru-hl In Its pin -, but the .ori' never Intend. . I that 11 be hit. bed o , bui'cy The l.ll.Kcnii n ofi, , f,,,,w i ll Hi Minis too clo u ly. Some li, " should lie peilllitteil In linel ',;r "packages." t'nforl inntely, the women s. -Id on me the same care In plcklm: mil ii Inu I und Hint, the) 'Hi l.-i- in Im , , a;; 11 hew llllt. Life Is tiresome enough without vii.illiu; your I'liiliM.i. I'vei y woman's lire, aer drirver la lull of thinga "da ,b, , ,,f ,p liione Ills, which She hopes o be ii! lo to Mil to Hie inae.iviiiies. l'ro, rvlng the hotmr of the family usually Is only ii mailer of keeping it nun la lug round out. After you bine heard n woiiian'i reple, a b Mint hit ii at i, M.'ioo words never n eina ..ry ,n,w Oiis rollnnsbee a "Milning up" t fleitl" I'ulerhaiigh. tins is sum u llbeuil spender Hint I'erkliiH, Ihn ilniKgist, liopiM this (lirisliiiun tu get rid of the photograph alhuuj bus had 111 stuck sljjcg jyyj. '- 1 - 'l t ' .'ol- LW,.!!.'.!