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THE ALBUQUERQUh MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1908.
Journal Publishing Co.
A Jl ''IM(BltSt'N
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. Biulneaa Manager
r.m.nl as w ,.n, eUM MlW at
i..l.iBlr- at Alboqurrqsa. N,,M. under act
ut C.iirraa "t March 3, 1ST.
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TMK (Ml llll MKTIHHIH Ol TIIK RK
I I HI It AS 1AKT1 WHCN Tim AKK
prttcd In English and
Dr. Koch revealed
views on hl part within the hist
'.us. II"- fUlIM f held that kovi i li
lilí n tul ngulations for prevention oí
tuberculosis Infe ction. If strictly en
forced, would lie igWIlilH i to arrcrt
the spread of the dlseu.se Hi now
believes that home isolation Is ol
greater imp. .italic- than institutional
Isolation. In this he differs from
inedl.al nu n who attach the gi eater
Importance to legislative mcusuna of
prevention. It Is well known that Dr.
Roth alsii halda, contrary to many of
his roll, agues, that hovlne tilb.i riilo
v ' OM not be transmitted to man.
W ITAHAKKtt DEFEAT TAFT
T the foregoing eii,
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mlaüon ratine limn I rúeil I., any
iher i'.i" . In Alhimnerutie or anr oilier
ilall.r In f Mrii." The American Nena
i ..(.' r IHrcitiiry.
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tuunty ..f lteruallllt. aa.
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9' o:i I ly . and firm bfttSg duly IWora. declares
and aaya that he ts huilnesa manager of Tin
Journal Publishing I'ompa.iy of Albuquerque.
Near Mesleo. and that during the inorth of
.ugust 1 vol. an it- of OCS w, of
Tii Sliesjoarqaa Morn Inc. Journal, a-ere
printed ai. 1 circulated each day.
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Jlusi in Manager.
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tary public In and for the territory and
...inily uforesuii!. Un Set It day of fjuptem'jtr,
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AI.HI Ql I Kill I
NBW HKXII O
W II. I, Hit EIVE ATTENTIO.V
The ii'l'l i - s 1 Mi. Ootid)', presi
dent of tin- Rational Irrigation con
Kress, delivered at noon y rati rday in
the convention hall, before one of th
largest audiences . v. r assembled In
Albuquerque was aa able a dukertatlen
upon Irrigation problema as was ever
deUyend in th- united .states, ami
will attract attention and interest in
very section of the country when in
natural condition render irrigation
necessary. While the BddrOM was
full of Interest throughout, a f.u of
the points presented by tin apt iki :
(lOMrVe especial mention:
First, hi suggestion that Irrigation
should lie under laws am! regulations
male by district association- or or
ganizations ratio i than under a gen
eral code of laws sppllcable to all
parts of the country alike, Is sound
Kttd nec.ssary. in cause of the differ
Tit conditions, that exist In different
Sections, Bat to carry out that id. a
we must have certain general laws to
Melle IIS a COnStltUtlOn, IIS It Uele.
prercrlbtng- limits to the field vlthtr
ulilih such district associations muy
net, in order to prevent wrong being
doni for Instance, by up-the-rlvrr
associations appropriating water that
ought to i- reservrd for down-the-rfver
Second, his siigg. -tl.in III favor of
ri national bureau of Information,
covering the entire field of irrigation
iiinl water rights, so that any Individ
ual or corporation, contemplating tie
construction f Ir-lgatlon works, or
the purchase of land with n vlen to
lt recuunstlon by the development
if water, could obtain, uioii appHca
li oi. full and reliable information In
regard to all litems favorable or
unfavorable that might affect tin
proposed enterprise. This would he
of Interest to tin country, and of value
to the cause, slitce it would enable
every one to ascertain without loss of
time, labor or money, Just what the
propos. d enterprise would or would
nut hav. power under tin- law to do,
nnd thus in many Instances save men
or companli'H tin annoyance and fre
quently the serious loss thai is llabb
to be experienced from "buying into
trouble." That is an sel ll nt sug
gestion, and one that tin gen. ral gov
ernment could at onci make practictl
and operative, to the gnat a Uuntag'
of the public
UEPLUKABUi IJDMOII l's.
i s statement I. aves
as lo his intentions
ut to defeat Mr
no possible doubt
and pur poste, li.
Taft and is going to bond nil his po
litical , ni rgi. y toward thai . nd. Ant
ions as he mm be to f, himself UP
he i no less anxious to pull Mr. Tuft
down. ,s the campaign progresses
nnd Senator Fmaker percwfvefl bow
hopeless the t.,sk ..r rehabilitating
himself It Is obvious that he will work
the mors despere tely to defeat the re-
publican candidate for president.
"Whether be can accomplish, bis
purpose dependa on the amount of In
fluence that is i,rt to Mr. Forager
since the exposure or gjs relations
with the Standard Oil company. Hut
thing is certain. In all his pollt
rareer Mr. Roosevelt has never
il with so able ami . I . 'Sliet'llte
m ini as the one who now con-
in Mr Tart s own state, t
is war to th
that after Mi
w Ittl Korn ker. i
"lilt a tlg.r In
tain, to be int. Testing.
able citizen suggests
lions, veil gctl through
h hare handed tuaael
frlCS will seem ton
the Kepublicans a hard blow In lg3.
As there are more "third" piHbJ
in liuis than ever before. It Is vaseU
id.- that sonic of them may in!: i .
NOW BAID To UK A KOltOEitY.
OKE.T PBTOIFAl TIOX.
The Technical World Magaatne tells
of a hat Is probably the largest single
sp. limen or petrifaction ever known,
which was discovered not long ago in
our neighboring territory of Arizona.
It consists of th,. trunk of a tree icltlt
r.'.ll. n inon
elght or ten
IC upper ex-
is burled In (In
land in which il
branch stubs still Intact,
fall.-n across tin- hi ad 01
able cani on and there
Tin bilge roots of the
arch rtM to a height of
ti 1 I at om end. w bile tl
ircmity of the trunk
soft formation or the
grew. Tin trunk II more than fifty
feet long, and spans a canyon at least
rortj r.et wide. It forms a petfecU)
Mild bridge "fa diameter of from five
feet to two at the smaller end. Trees
of considerable size hafe grown up
around It from the bed of the canyon.
Mum ,,r them considerably higher now
than the fallen tree Is long. n,r
me ii link or tin- petrified
they throw a Welcome shad
OTOS which gather r.ir mil
to i it on the stony trunk
hi at of the .In v
This Is a considerable distance fron
Ih. Arizona petrified forest, and Is on.
..r ii,.. ...
.... . oi me gr. at desert
s' "' " is considered quite probabh
vi miners w no nave Men tin- tie, that
Its Interior portions are practically
'..', I .Ml. .... ..... 11
s Hie loose III le other
petrified tre,- ,,r Arizona, but no one
has been venturesome , nottgfl to cut
inn. tu,, great, natural, pal
brldgi to rimi out.
That document which purported 1
In- a letter frO IS Mr. Cleveland endors
ing Mr. Taft for the presidency, am
which has attracted so much attSB
UQn among the pagan and politician!
oi me wnop country, is now pro
nounced a forgery. Mrs ('lev. land
says it was bogus, tin- New York
limes, wiin n nought Ule document in
good r.iith and printed it. admits tint
It has been linpored upon, and Ml
Hastings, the executor or the estate
who at first regarded it as genuine
now sais lie has evidence that It is ;
forgery, and has given out the fol
lowing letter to that effect:
10 Broadway, Sept, IS, KM.
To the Kditor of the New Vork
Tim. s :
Sir: Since our Interview .r
September -L which was follow
i d on S' pti tuber 23 by the pub
lication in the Times of a state
ment hen made by me relative
to the article attributed to the an-
thorship or the late drover Cleve
land which was published In tile
Times on August oil. 1 now desire
lo say that there has since come
to my know ledge "evidence" which
leaves In my mind no doubt of
the fact that the said article was
not written nor signed by Qrovef
Cleveland, and therefore i- in my
opinion, no longer entitled to
credit as his production.
Mrs. Cleveland, in my judg
ment, was right in regarding 11
when she positively declared to us
since Its publication "I do not be
lieve it is genuine." i therefore
hasten to inrorm you ol my
elusion rezardlna tin artlch
beg o express th.- hope an i
i i that -.' will promptly giv.
this commtinloatlon the aame !
giec of prominence in the v m
that was given to the Máteme
made by me in your issue of Se
ti mber gf. Yours respectfully.
K s HASTINGS,
wide circulation and much IfflpOI-
ta lire was given to the article becaUSl
it represented Mr. Cleveland as fa
voring the election or Mr. Taft. who
liad lust been nominated, it was
made public within a few weeks al'l r
the ex-president's death.
Tie intimate friends of Mr. Cleve
land expressed doubt as to his author
ship r it. Mrs. Cleveland expressed
lb.- same doubt; but upon the a sur-
of Mr. Hastings that tile artille
be genuine, the Tillies
i 1 1
A telegram from IMtlshuig sais,
w ith ls, i aggregating 'Millions of
dollars from forest fire . and heavy
lam. iK' to cr ami live stock; thi
n Mirtod loss of a number of live, din
to long droughts and conflagrations;
the enforced Idp n. fi of thousands of
workmen, owina to the suspension ol
to righting timber conflagrations; tin
forced Idleness of thousands of
plants because .r the link or water
the health authorities anticipating se
rious epidemic of contagious diseases,
nnd many small streams dried up and
practically obliterated, tin- drouth of
lüOs. which has lu id W. rt. rn Penn
sylvania. eastern Ohio and Wesi Vlr
ginla In Its grasp for more than two
month, remains unbroken, each da
gradualu Increasing the seriousness
of the unpri ced, nted situation.
TIIK Ml ON ( ONsl MIMlOV
Preliminar) to the meeting of the
Antl-TubcrculosI ongre-s now In
session at Washington, there wan n
conference on the ssme subjecl at
Philadelphia Isst week, snd referring
to thle the Public Ledger says:
The morning session of the Antl-
Tuberculosls conference yesterday a
made memorable by the fact thai Dr
Robert Koch overcame his aversion
to personal publicity nnd delivered a
Short address. The discoverer of the
tubercle bacillus has been Importun
ed since his arrival here for his new
est conclusion on the subject of tu
berculosis. Hla first utterance In re.
sponse to such requests was that of
yesterday from the platform of Horti
cultural hll. tie spoke In Oi rio . o
gnd his Ppeerh was rffterwanl Inter-
osi i;vi(. mi: i-oiu-xrsT"
Tin press of the country is calling
attentl r the foraary service to
Ule (gCt that It is of Utile use to (lis-
eiiss plans for the conservation of our
forest through more eclettttflc cut
ting and the like until some effective
measure can in- taken for putting
siop in the w hob sab' destruction ..(
the wo... Hands each year bj flu-. It I
nauruij loo much lo u (hat we should
a. in nun or no forestry problem if
public authority could substantially
eliminate the fire evil and at In h.iuu
.on.- nouni nueve the growing WOOd
land from the MVerity of the harden
Of taxation The owner or growing
'reel will turn (ham Into money at tin
' . ii nest opportunity so long as he has
to pa) a tax each year on their value
and must besides cnnstantly run tin
M-ry large risk ..r lomplete loss In
fire. If the atati or public author
uycoui.i atiehit to these things in
behalf of the Individual it is prohabh
UBI tin mounting price or lumber
would i., a sufficient Inducement for
men u raise wood, and that we should
iNb nave little oi a fofaatr) probli m
veland, assisted by the per
sonal fin nds of her husband, then in
stituted a searching investigation of
the matter and Mr, Hastings Withdrew
his indorsement. The announcement
in the Times was then decided upon.
it appears from this announcement
that the article was sold to the Times
by Broughton Brandehburg, a maga
ziin writer, who agreed to pay to thi
Cleveland estate a percentage "( the
proceeds of ih. tale ol not only the
article In question, but of others
winch he said had been prepared b)
li I in under the direction of Mr. Cleve
land .Mr Hastings, on behalf ol !li
estate, had agreed t" accept the terms
offered hy Mr. Brandenburg which In
duced the Tines to buy and pub
The dmibt now ibrow.li upon tin au
thenticity of Ihe article is likely to
cause the recall of hundreds or thou
lands or pamphlet containing it sent
broadcast throughout the country by
Ihe republican national committee us
POSTAL SAVING BANKS
American Bankers Association
in Convention at Denver;
Members Favor Neither
Democratic or Republican
(.u KltNMKNT o t:nMiii
lioi I I lllitli PAItTiGg
w ue s weekly, which always lake
an active Ini. rest M general politl
nut aiol.ls everything of a partisan
'liaiaet.r. calls attention to the fa I
that since th. civil war the "third'
parti'M have be.n the Prohibition lata
who appeared In I H 7 2. nnd who hav.
l.Bll..l....l .1 I . . a ., .
' : ' i cu i o in cm tv prexiuenilal c in-
raag hince then, and who will rhow
oiniaen increase in tiu ir vote th
mr; the 0 rata backers, who wci
wllb us In 1D7. and IXH4; the Cnlou
LabofJtes, who figured in ihhk; tin
rvpunau, who rolled up a ooonlar
vote of over one million, nnd an i lit
toral rots of twenty-on., far 4 iii'inl
James II Weaver In IXIJ. and who
are with UI yet: the Hold Denioi rn1
of the canvas of IK9I; and -h- So
cialists, who made their udv m In
IH. and who are here still i
the Prohibition! were a decisive
(etor, The í5.0on vote whi i ihev
card for their prmlilentlnl pi id" 1 .1-,
M. John. In New Tork In that yen
two-third or three-fourth of n hich
w. re drawn from the rrpubllen i. (i
fateil Hlalne and made f v.ai i i
president A a carat, nrganix Uloo,
nnd n M filly of the fiemo-r it . a
many western late, the Popuiw ill
a cablegram lo the New York Hei
aid under London date ..r tin- isth,
del lares that tin- issm or tin- nation
alisation of the Blitkdl railways
what we cal! in this country, govern
ment ownership -Is becoming every
da mole acutCi and o very day thi
opinion would se. in to he growing
stronger and stronger that It Is lik'-ly
Apostles of nationalisation arc very
much delighted at tin wny things an
shaping themselves. They think tin
present serb s of combines is hound to
end In the formation of a glgaiitl
monopoly, b. cans, tin governini nt Is
powerless to prevent railways from
carrying out the arrangements fot
joint running or trains which the
have made Kor instance, the (lr at
Northern, th" Midland and tin f.nu
don and Norths stern ralhvuy. In
tead or running as at present aspa
rate I rains to and from the north or
Scotland, agree to give service two
day weekly each, and the govern
ment can not Interferí-.
It could only Interfere if nny rail
road proposed to stop any service.
Therefore It Is expected that the com
bine wl'l become an accom.nllrhed
fact without much, If any. pailln-
mentnry tilndr e. The apostles of
the nationalisation or the railway
therefore, pi edict that tin- trust w ill
show Its teeth They prophesy In
CragBed fares aBd freight, reductions
of trains and a g nernl tightening or
railway policy Thl. they think, will
cagM an outcry against monopoly and
a iemand for (talC purchase.
There Is no doubt that the (jMOtlOtl
will be ralaed when parliament meets
and actlOB against the compatile will
be demanded. It la, doubtful, how
ever. If Winston Churchill will favor
an) coerslve action. For h- and Mr
I.loi i-C,i urge are well known to be
working for the nationalisation of ihe
railways as part or the policy to he
offered to the commercial community
a an alternative to laiiff reform.
That th.- government ha nationalisa
tion in vb w I the firm belief or the
railway compniile. and Ihnl I th--
áson ror ilieir necking anfety in mm-
IB.t Morning JsOHMl SduTiiI lasted Wire)
Denver, Sept. 19. The most im
portant discussion In the savings bank
section "f Ihe American Bankers as
sociation, took place at the afternoon
session today, when the questions of
postal savings banks and the guaranty
Of bank deposits were taken up. WhllO
It was evident thut the sentiment was
practically unanimous against postal
savings banks and overwhelmingly
against the guaranty idea, a rcspi c
table minority tried to prevent ac
tion on the latter question, contend
ing that It was a matter for the con
vention of all the members of the as
sociation to decide upon nnd not for
a .-Ingle section.
John Behuette, of Wisconsin, araj
th lly speaker In tuvor of tin
guaranty of bank deposits.
He opposed the establishment of
postal savings banks ,011 the ground
thut it would establish is. 000 banks
to compete with other banks of the
He favored the guaranty or the
bank deposit nlnn in order to avert
the establishment or the postal sav
ings banks and declared that the
bankers id the country would have
10 face one or the other of these is
sues. former Ooverhor Myron T. Her-
rick, of Ohio, then offered the follow
W hereas, this savings bank see-
lion ol the American 11, inkers' as-
ociation represents the Bavin j. or the
people of the I'nileil States, and.
' Whereas, the record of these banks
for conservatism. liability and tin -ielflSh
devotion to the interest of
their depositors. Is unequalled in any
country in the world, and,
m ncri-UH. (in- loss to then- ueposi-
lors h is been so small as to be abso
lutely negiibic quantity.
"Therefore, be I? resolved, thai in
much as any plan or scheme to
make each of these banks responsible
by taxation for the acts of one an
other or to connect them with the na
tional banking system, is cconoml-
ally unsound In principle, confisca
tory in form and inimical to the lu st
interests of Its depositors, slockhokl-
rs and borrowers. It would discour
age i in 1 1 v ui nul initiative, the best pro
duct of the American mind. It is a
specious form of paternalism and so
cialism, it would tena to encourage
speculation iiiul an undue expansion
"Therefore, be it resolved, that we
enter the most solemn protest against
chai lion into law by stales or the na
tion of any principia so subvene u
sound económica nd so revolutionary
Alter a discussion of the postal sav
ings banks a motion was carried plac
ing the savings bank action in op
position to the establishment of pos
tal savings banks and asking the sup
port of the American Bankers' asao
elation in this opposition.
J. 11. Johnson, of Detroit, was
elected president Of the savings bank
section and Win. It. (.'n ear tlret ilce
president, by the executive commit
tee. w. t Ravenscroft, of Denver; A.
W. Johnstone, of Si hnectady, ti, Y..
and N. J. Wood, of New Orleans, were
elected new nu mbers of the executive
A vice Jin lident for each state was
also named before the convention ud
jouined. The clearing house section also lu id
Its convention this afternoon. Be
sides the report ot tlm secretary and
routine business there were several
addresses, and the mutter of bank
guaranty was also broUKbt up and
The following Officer! were elected;
President. B. C. McDowalt,
Roc heater; vice president. Soi Wesler,
of New Orleans; executive i oinmiltee,
C a. Buggies, of Bofetón, Ralph A.
Van Vet-ten. or Chicago.
At the meeting ot the i M cutlvfe
committee, immediately after adjourn
ment, Fred I-:. Funis worth Was re
After a luatcd debate C It. Ilreck-
enrldgr. or Fort smith. Ark., offered
u substitute to the efffett that ac
tion on the resolution be deferred un
til after the queatioa came up before
the general convention. This substi
tute was voted down, 32 to 4ft. and
Oovernor Derrick resolution was
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204 West Gold
Opposite First National Hank.
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Jos. M. (lute presents
GEO. M. COHAN'S
rhenomctiul Musical Hit,
With Win. Kcough us The Un
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22 Weeks in Chicago.
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I AMOt s AMERICAN GIRLS.
.Music Laughter (iris.
Prices, 7Ge. $1.00, $1.50.
BOB Seats, $l'.0O.
Scats on Sale at Matson's, Fri
day, Oct. 2nd.
The Governors of
Have written to the Editor of the
of the NATIONAL IRRIGATION CONGRESS expressing ther
approval oí the work and thor admiration for itp completeness
and perfection of form.
Similarly llnllering expressions have conv from many of the
great newspaper manager! of the country.
Hut the most flattering commendation Is the tremendous snle of
the book Itself tu Individúala who have seen It ami who want
their friends to .see It.
ter the i
new Invention has its la -blood.
Hut this will not de
ntliuslast from the pursuit of
or whatever the air-cleaving
process mu by that time be termed.
There must always he a few hide
bound cnnni-rvatlvf to prefer term
firma and unbroken hom to the
testacies of flight; but deaplt,. nit.
trophes. fatalities even, there will al
ways be plenty of the adjrntniou- not
only to furnish victim, hut to push
experiment and Innntlon to the limit
California Hank ( I I
Fresno, Calif., Rapt, $. The Valley
Savings bunk, of Fi'sno. Incorporated
lust January, with an atithoriacil cspl
tal of $(Mi.fliio. haa heen closed by
rder of the state hunk coinmisaloii.
In the absence of J. B. Mnnnette,
ese books Are
If You Want One, Get It Now
Tho book consists of tvo hundred pages. It l nn absolutely
complete reference work for the southwest It Ih magnificently
The book cost 7f rents to produce. It is not n money making
enterprise. Jt Is an effort to further advertise the territory and
southwest utid to help along Interest In the Irrigation Congress
The Book is Therefore Being Sold
For 50 cents the Copy
mailing charge Is 16 cents,
is furnished with each copy.
A strong mailing envelope
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Morning Journal Business Office
By John Lee Clarke, Incorporated
By Fred Harvey
It is high time to quit wear
ing low shoes and slippers
and change to using high
shoes. This is the only sure
way to avoid catching a cold.
Our new Fall and Winter
Styles are now ready for
your inspection and you will
find them so handsome and
closely priced that the
change will be a pleasing
and easy one.
Men's Shoes . .
Hoi's shoes . . .
Glli's Shoes . .
. 13.00 to $5.00
SI. 7." to 15.00
. S 1 ,98 to $2.50
Albuquerque, Jí. M.
The Art Cluss of tho Academy
is now open.
Lessons In Water Color, Oil nnd
China Painting, I rcc-iiund
Uraulng anil t rayon Work.
China Painting a specialty.
Terms, .v per month.
For further information apply
vice president and manager of the
bank. Its affairs have been placed in
the custody of an accountant repre
senting the commies km. it is said
thai the suspension win be made per
manent. The amount of resources
and liabilities has not been mude
known, but it is believed thut ul de
positors will be paid In full.
Qnloli Relief for Asthma sufferers.
Foley's Honev anil Tar affords Im
mediate relief In asthma sufferers In
the worst stages and if taken in time
will effect, a cure. Bold by J. H.
0 Kh lly Co.
OCCIDENTAL LIFE invitation.
To the stockholders, policy holders
and friends of the Occidental Life
We cordially Invite you while In Al
buquerqiMj particularly during tin
coming Irrigation Congress and fair,
to visit our Home Office: make It
your headquarters; have your mall
sent In our care, and do your corres
pondence with our material.
We will also be glad to answer any
Inquiries you may make in advance,'
or to secure you accommodations.
J. II. O'AIBLLT,
Scc'y and Gen. Manager. I
A NEW SHIPMENT.
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DAVIS & ZEARING
HOUSE Fl HNISIIKHS
i!0.- Wist Gol!.
I AM WILLING
to Demonstrate my Faith in the Prof
itableness of Terrace Property and
Will Guarantee Your Investment for
Three Years, Together With Interest
at 8 per cent per Anhum and taxes
upon Any Lots at Present Prices on
Silver or Central Avenues; Provid
ing, You Will Allow Me One-half the
Profits Above the 8 per cent and
Taxes at the Expiration of 3 years.
1VL P. STAMM, Cor. 3rd and Gold