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Atamftgnw vnxiMQ heialp, Wednesday, February 29, 1013
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TOtfhlfrth. Tb .58. President
Tuft today, tent to cotlgrec his much
ittecurotn "budget" message, lie rec
omtneod('iS the ddolMldfl of a budget
ayvtcuvef rotating propped expendl
turW lo-expected revortbe and de
clared that uor.gnwa would be greatly
benefited hy having before It uch ft
ftxiempnt'Wjfdre lt begin the annual
a find tivoH, kbttrairiatten bill, Tito
UruTlod SlotiiA the preldfcot wtte.
w.0i JlmU:,rMlj)tlbh lu the world
which tl'ld. not ua tho budget tcro
nnd In oomequence- it "ntay bo aula
in bo without Plan or program " Ha
indicated nhnt owing to tho late day
..Hvilfhh w abio to tranamlt his
ihvfUo ha cxpeoted llille teglelation
u U ,topo from the preaent con-
The prusldjtnt took full reaponaIbll
It4' fr ihd menrtgo upon hlmat-lf.
Cvnknsti in tho Ifiit sundry Phil bill
OlrttKcft Utv, vetsrtdry ut the treas
ury to submit ratlmatcs hereafter 'n
tho plfVvay. Mr. Taft pointed out,
however, "that iic hud directed the
ttvyxjeiary of tho truatu?y to Mgree
with i hp dircotiuna of vongrvra anil
nUo to ..send to him Information tot
n biidirut mMUKc. He referred con
Kft, nto to tho portion of the cops
MltuUoii which requires him from
time to tlwo to tvcomrnond xuch
mcusures us ho stmll deem necessary
iSome of the advantHRcs of the bud-,
systttm its pointed out by the pres
A means of locating responsibility
for otttlututcs in keeping with reve
A' means, of ulhminst congrers to
see. how. much groirs it will have to
spend before It begins appropriating
for cach'daixtrtment or detail of gov
ntmuse It wodld urn(h congrosa
nnd the pubik with ready reference
to reports and detailed record of ac
oount. JJiwuusc It would produiv an udi
lUuto organisation for oAacmbllng
and olatutfylng Infoimatlon to be
ucd In lelllnx the oountr' what baa
ueen otje and of Iho government's
To aid Id working with u well do
fined purpuHi? In many bureaus hith-
Aztec M Co.
All kinds of Wood
Tjif Bk of luiuin tlio
(Jwiw lit itt:mi much lu Uiu
tiTiM Hjflil t' teitJiiK up th
Sffltjlfc. At this r&Mti 4u lU
all tTint utii'k utt Hie hninUro'n
iVo A't thl a uut-k and do it
vijftf It li JuH a. part of Utlx
Mut)'n nkv to itatmiM timl
IiiUUttot'M tlln tuutuai gwd vIU
bt'ttuvn fwu Mm! oiir44ti.
5ioUii(x deUiii-t nin friMii
lj)t aeavraiii.'t) of iv liuildlni;
than ttihtl)' t!(w hlutdott,
ATliSi wvwy miimIow n'ally tuixl
k a. VicrruiC ham! md tdHtde,
VJ?JCTt HJIAtlB wn KuarAii
trill mi Ut wrinkle', fado or inirl
at Kiiny -luido pur.
JMtfl hem hi imngr In yotu- ttin
iUiv ssiliUnit utr coot,
nmttiiuttm suh nub
-0 iit vtiftr 011
(is 00 OAitm
gK00K AMD COPPER.
oe f we sdmt tic ei tht cfcjy
erto orataaltcd but directed under kn
inetfcsjtni find ill-Affined trrttfti
to cancel the hktlbn'a debt, th'rduh
sinking funi) ttnd to eliminate life
def loll, which l ((lowly grotvtrir. I
Tn entry out the budget plan, to
$uce tin- deficJt and the fixed
thargta against the government the
to create a sinking-fund cotnmtf
sloh to vohilff ut Urn ehalrrnan of (he
ttnehee committee of the senate; the'
chairman of the hottee ways nnd
mfann commute; the attorney gen
eral and the srckarv of the treasury,
with the comptroller of the trcasdry
to annual auditor or the sinking fund
XTut tXnSSXX dSt,e,n twenU!'y
i'ear ute July I, IBM. eangress
nhould set aside H5.000.0QO annually
for thot imrpese. This Would he S16.-
000,000 a year Itsw than (lie present
amount required by law That fund
should po imestld In three ptir cent
Roiernment oonds and in twenty years
the 11.100.000.000 debt, tho president
nays, ould be retired
recTmmenderforfuture VpoiaU for
Internul improvement so that sueh
Improvements would bo In uncord
with a well thought out plan. In tint
connection th. nroatdntii miiraaiiid tb
saving of the rent paid In Washington
for buildings ued by tho government
through the oonstruetlun of now
buildings to eost abmit S100.000.0QO
to be paid for through a period ot 30
"IJrleflj stated. - urul tlm pretl-
dent, "my suggestion Is lhat te gov-
eminent jlrst plun for Us land pur-
.chases, buildings, and publle works.
llion borrow money to aequlro nud to
construct them, proportioning the
cost over a period or twenty years,
and makins tho bonds Issuod to meet
tho eost payublo out ot an adequate
Of. a eduetlon of the salary roll ot
the government, amounting to about
JC.fiOO.000 annuully. two thirds, the
president declared, would uc sved y
udoptiut; his aohemo to clalf what
aro now presidential appolutmonls.
Almost H.000.000 annually could bo
kept In government ooffera through
nostoflluc department changes. -The
sum of 12,000,000 would bo cut from
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me pay rou. ir. iuu coniinuoa. u ,
thero wcro a complete exocutivo re-
classification of civil servleo am-.
ployes. Under this head the president
"In the present situation many men
at tho bottom ar reeolvlug larger i
valarles than would bo obtained for
similar work In outside employmont. beyond lite jurisUlctlon or tn city uu
whereas men In higher positions oar- thorlties. The house couldn't nee It.
nine nront responsibility und tho sue however, and tho amendment. whl h
co of whose performance depends
on training and long experience, are
Inadequately paid. From the view-1
point of tho rank and nlo thero Is lit-1
tie hope of reward for merit The
foundation for roclissinonilon of sal-, of whkh by tho house transformoti
arles already has boon luid. In myiii otherwise morltrlou bill Into
opinion it would enHble the govorn-
ment to pay higher salaries to tno?c
of whom wperlonce. training ond in-
Itlatho are required and make the
saving of IS.000.000. '
niimlnutlon of waste in the 'dlstrl-I
butlon of public dooumonts; reduction
pt tho numbor of Tnlted Slates assay
olllcea and posibiy tne numner oi
mints und their consolidation into
one, are other rocommendallons-
with much beattatlon,' tno presi
dent recommends the organization oi
a budget committee of congress it
should avt as a tlual clearing house
through which ull the reuommondu
Hon of committees having to do with
revenues nnd expenditures would puss
before they take the form of bills.
"Tho special reason I have for urg
ing this committee." wrote tho pres
ident "is that at presont the admin
istration Is seriously handles pp$d by
not being able to take up proposals
for constructive moasures affeotlng
any particular department with any
one body or coimnltlue whlah will un.
dertuke to uonsldur them In all their
aoing further the arasiueut sug
gested that appropriations should be
In the following ctttMs:
To i over nvarhaaH and operating
For upkeep of property
l'ur IUhI charges, invtadlng slaktux
1'or ueriiwnent .niprosmets
Concluding be rtfs "Ths govern
ment la a at Hly lr. the pUan ot
having gun alAnct for a century with
out a bud set. but what is at this time
oven more i th point, it ha not
hp organic meaws atther fur urepar.
iltg or tsr uiwMderlnjt sue I um rec
emmeMding that oangress muke some
organic provision wharaby the admin
IstrutUe und legislative brunch may
eeordlnate their effort In the de
velopment of the future aoUvitlas of
the avftrtiiniit as well on tor the de
termination of the expenditure need
ed for the iiirrent transaction of IU
i.'eiiMideralsan uf kc iiolur
Nmltli'H MOiiwu futures bill put
oter until 'I'lturnluj.
lUmUlinjtl dOfiulH en bill lu cre
ate a (Itiimrtuient f labor
DltHigrsl to aenate uinuntl
inunla to unjlun appropiiatlun
Mil: canferSjiflo usktwl.
Debatu navui appnuiii'iattwn
General dellaien aHprupflu
Uon bill, surrylng ITi.33C.7to.
Mujorlty and inlnoiity reporu
from treasury duparlmunt ox
pendlturtsi oonimlttoo on oleo
margarine tax controversy sub
mitted. Money trust rwrnmtttce eon
aidered Ma report in executive
1 . .... . .1 a
iy unnicicn i i
11 MUUI LU 111 . ,4 ill
Bill 3omcwjmt Disfigured, Bat
Author,' Mr. GKfismHii In
Still Froud to Cl&iid to Be
-pprTTTnir. fin iK kvn
jr&lllXVn V 40 JfJUO.
, , -j
Wpftrh i Iferal.n
nta Ve. N M. Fb. 3 SadlJ'
emuwulutnd. but with Its principal
wutner. Mr I'hrlaman. still proud uf
,l Providing Tor local optpon
the Uuuor tratlie got through the
, yerda afternoon by u vote
ot P i0 T" 0,11 I radically dlf-
lorent fretn tfiat pass?a by tho son-v.
Sj'Vi ?Tot "
w, bo welvad by that body.
r'1 ,r "hh nothing." ald
eprceniiiitte lh.. . n. r tio led tf6
light for the bill, ut the ixfneluslun of
Thla opinion. hoevur, Is not uliurl
by many of the advu$uU9 of nnt"
saloon regulation noU hero, and quite
a number of these iteoplo ure of tlffc
opinion taut it would have boon niUcn
better for Mielr to hao alio weS
tlio bill to die. rather than to hav ft
enacted In It present form.
e by', m brier, provides tlinj,
ui'n peuuon m o pr cum 01 n
voters in any eoumy, euy. town, pre-
einet or incorporated vtlago. un oloe-
on suuii ue aaueu upon no quos-
Uon of wltotiier or not tho liquor
triune shall bo nrohtblted. These
election sftHlt not. neeerdlng to the )
Kill as puscd. bu held In any olio
place oftener thun onee In four years
Mr. Chrlsmun wanted to muke tiic
period two yenrr. but as voted down.
A strong effort h niuui- to nmund
tho bill so as to make the county 'the
unit and do away with the otln on
the question by tin city or municipal-
My. representative Burg .if Iter.
f.. .. innnil.
mojit. pointing oUt the condition that
would provuu were cities uxe aiuvi-
ouerqub nd Uis Vegas t vote .try
'and the adjoining Wages remiiln wot.
Mr. Hurg proilleteil that tiiese towns.
unuor me copaitiona muiou, womu oo
surrounded by a rliiK f saloons, nji
offered by Mr Hlnnclmrd. whs
It remained, however. fr the Hon
Mareos C. u lluca or hunuovHi to
present th nm&ndmont. the udoptlorr
what may reflMOtuibly be termmJ
ireaa lemsisuon. ir. iwam huiuhw-
ment. which w aUoptmi. proviues
that tnoso stninit pennons lor ioc
option eieeuons hiihii pay me i
Tlr, In the eent tnat Ihe elll be-
mes a ww. is uaeiy 10 ouuxe rm
ran generally to husltnte eomewhet
before slKnlmt petition which may
render them liable to ussussment ft
M share In the 4cilen espentes ot
their omit; or municipality.
tvordlnic to .Mr flirliuan this is
not .. fetal objection to the bill and
he belle es It will b,. eaally possible
to nd 35 per cent of the voter In
almost mi) county who villi be willing
to pay for en election at which they
tun te to close up the saloons. "In
San Juan ounty there will not be the
slightest dltnculty." said the repre
sentative "'and If there were. I would
personally bwir the entire expense of
nn election for this purpose "
Under suspension of the rules the
housn this afternoon took up nnd un
animously passed Henate Mill No. 1.
which ptovldes means b willeh i enti
tle and title may approprlnte money
ror the care of sick and destitute per
n. Title t one of the bills endors
ed the municipal Iws,um and the
Wit was uruimht up thli afternoon,
ut at Us regular order, at the request
f Mayor D. K l Hollers of Albu
nuerqae. Another seiMte bill pasted b the
hus was that providing a se.il for
the supreme court
As an eldnc that the tempo
Hint people are not entirely satisfied
with the ehrhnnan to'.-at option Mil.
was the introduction u Meatrs Mew
It) n and Moreno of a resolution sub
mitting a constitutional aiiiondtneui
for sate-wlde prohibition The ree'
lutln is Identical with that Introduced
In the senate Monde v und provides
fur an eteettoii an the question in So
eeuiWer, lll. The rertlutlon was re-fen-ad
to the vummlttee un judb-Wtrv
'IIih lolloMlng bills wore pussad in
he bouee veeterday.
No IT... by Chaves, pruvldlug ror
tuH publivallou of a cola III g tit of the
aiui'iit Spanish archives or isuw wax-
No IKi. n Tally. protldlHK tor the
Pu)iuent "f annual dMridawds by or
iMiiatlous. Tho puriHbtB uf this pro
ImhhmI law Im to prVilt the f routing
wut uf suwil MlCHigllBlders by the with
holding of dlvldsjjlds.
.Vo. IT, by Vamhc Allowing ten
days HiUIIUoilHl gsHMl time to eanUctt
Uplafal usiUlile the prlaon walla and
tUrluJii alhar convicts wiutln he pen
itentiary Who oeeupy potltloRs of
. It. by I'urdwvM. which provides
Oiyt the revenue rrvm saloon Mvhiism
rfllgll go to the hool fMHd
rifty-two ullli remain un4isMHH)d
of on the house taienUur Hd It l not
Mllliiiel) i.iat nighi dosMI ans alii bs
InM In thf near future in ordei that
the ork mey b.. -nHiiltai.
1'niil. i outlet, buitjioas oxuplod
Hie eiiie jeHenley afternoon The
oioh H4 brief, tailing rel
1ss fhinrt in 0 tn H flays.
i tout oruKRisi win rettinn money
I'AZO OINTMIsNT rails th euro ntl
lease of Itching, llllnd. lllcedlng nt
I Protruding Piles In to 14 lays, 60a.
POWERS REFUSE 10
Representative of the Ottoman
Government Gets Frigid Kc
ccption in London.
DETERMINED TO STAND
ON ORIGINAL PROPOSAL
Military Operations Arc Con
fined to Skirmishing Beoause
of Severe Winter Weather.
I Mr l.eas Vli"4 iu essoin rtsralitl
Constantinople. Feb. Tim mis
atou to London of Ibrahim Uakki
Pflha on behalf of the ottoman gov
ernment ,ihm fulled. His objeit was
Ut persuade the powers to support the
claim i TurW tut retenti-n Mf
Aihlanople. Ho Wus. homir, u-.
Mht to pre M') on tin i i-n to s.
tepl the pore's nbl. us i oasis Mi
rrsl prune .UKOtlHllolit he llkJ
lo uuthai'Ky to go buy. ml the n -poMile
,intxiiKu In tint -if uinent
Althougli aciuo iiH.niierM of the
Turkish i a bi net uro In U i- r poH- r.
the uletuuiit SUss mo tsmlcny
to weaken Its nttMtide
. MtllUtry oftemtlunM am still geiulned
to sklrintshee lit various points alonu
tho front. PJghllilg on eny oxteuded
siale Is Improbable for the present,
owing t'i tho IntloineiK) of the
ADMITS HE SHOT
fJEOlTGE E, MARSH
Xabin. Meaa., Kib. Jfl -Ullltaui A
borr. the I'Hllfoinluu. who Is on trial
whsrgatl with tho murder or Ouorgu
M Mursli. un aged munul'aaturer,
look the stand In hla own hchnlf to
day and teHlliltuI that Marsh was shot
by him h an nllerciitlon In the auto
mobile m which limy wcro riding.
The New Wash Goods
are the most beautiful we
have ever seen
UR WASlt GOODS
everything; dainty in the newest ideas for Spring
1913. These chilly winds make one shiver when
yoif think "wash goods but remember warm
days are rapidly approaching and it will be advisable to se
cure your wants now, for these fabrics will move like hot
cakes . Ratines will be the most popular this season and we
can truthfully say that your fondest expectations will be
realized here with the exceptionally wide range of this beau
tiful cloth to select from.
We have everything in Ratines from the cheaper quali
ties to the exclusive imported designs for which wc arc sole
distributors in Albuquerque.
We would also call your attention to the Bedford Cords,
Poplins, Voiles, R'amiclikc Linen, Devonshire Cloth, Cordu
roys, Ripplctte, Woven Pique, Crepe Voiles with Ratine
stripe and a hundred others in many exquisite patterns in
fact everything "the Spring Maid" could desire.
View these goods and get our prices, You will find
Wash Goods Section, 1st floor.
Illy !vncil Wirt to I Veiling lleruld.,
New Vrli. I'tii .' fter several
Uwrs oi steed f.illm in piaeH tho
stm'k market rallied during the morn
ing. The upturn In Well ptrwot up
IHsured totley to be largely the rtMtilt
of short eovfilnsja. euuplod with some
buying fur the lung account b trad
ers who lifld that the bear movement
hud been fried so Itir that a re
tutery wa due,
Kavurable ilotelupiuouts over night
eselsled lu the iidvanov .Utorney
Oentirul Wlckersham's uHnion that
the llarrliiwu saaruKWIlun pHtn weulU
be adopted, despite the objection of
the California railroad rani'? wlon
and the sireiiutb of tho I.oniloii nmr
ki nave the bulut detiulte materlul to
Liberal buying here by Uindon waa
a atrae factor lit thu upturnti, tlalivs
in tint Hctlve uwuea nuiKed f'oni 1 to
I point and many of the Inactive
specialties muved up In a strlklni;
manner MoiiiIh were irreguiar. Im
mtellate demand fur stoake havliig
beau sMlieflMil, spwulatiou gtew dull
Hfter midday and prices drooped
The market ulosed atruug. KellliiK
wns illMvoniluued whuM Iho ettaok on
Nnrtliern I'aelili- failed to disturb the
list greatly and bears took baok their
slotkM. Northern JNulllu scored a full
recover) and ItoudttiK, I'nloii I'aclile
and ftteei touched the beet ilgtires of
Northern ravtllle gave way to 113
the lowest since Ifil. Other west
ern tocks elsii saggotl and there waa
InereaiKKt profit taking lu Hteel anil
Tim HKtsnslon o the advance
treiiKlhenw) the belief that the mar
Mot whs In a thoroughly ItywMated
Amalgamated. ST T-S.
Xugar, 1H M.
Itoudlng. IIS -S.
Atehlson. 101 I -.
utooks are now oomplctc with
.steel preferred, lo; . s
Chhtiuo Uvo hUcU.
t'hi.iiao, Feb. .'0 --Cattle Iteceipts
in.'.DU steed) lieevee. Ill 85f(i.OO;
Texas eteers. H.S00.on. w ostein
leers,'! H.SUfi J "h, Hocket und feed-
is Iti.iMf s.m. (ittvN nud heirers,
U.:r1 hi: celves. IT.OlMi 10. Ml
lll'it-t Iteielptn (1,000 hcid: wtmk.
hKhf s Sti. Iichv;.. $8.U)'(i
h :,u. lough. IS IHS.'J; pigs, lO.SOff
.4b: l.elli. !S.Xr.r.u
Mbei p Itm-elpU SB.DOO hooil; easy;
native, liHufi sj li.SO! western, H.HU
Ufi.su. yeuillUHs. 1C.KP4J e.Ue; native.
H.UQ .6. weetern. tT.diMi K.Tu
Kau-atM tllty l.lvo htietk.
lUnsaa f My. Mo. Feb. 25. Cattle
Iteceipts C.UUO, Including S0o Huuth
ertm; etoatl). native steers, 7.Sj
.S.9U; southern Miners. I"i 40(J H.UO;
southern covve and heifers, ll.OOf
I. It; imtlvo cows end holferw, ll.SSfr
H.0O; stm'kere and feetiers, t(!.i5
K.0A: bulls. &.2ftiii; ealvux, ti.0
ft la. un. wiatern steers. 1.&'J1 h 16;
western cows, H.J5C7.00.
Haga Macoipu IS.uiJU; market lu
eetitil lower; bulk. I. JH 8.JU. heavy,
11.151; s .a, packers and butehere,
I8.XR4J S.JJW; light. S XsC 8.SK:
slbeep Iteceipts i.OUU head, sternly
lo lu cent lower, muttons. 14.75 0
rt 0; Cutorudo lambs. j.uu(i
range wethers and yearlluas, li.iitifi
7.5; rahx wa, ll.0U1'fi 23
St. lml Wind.
HI. M.oulH. Mo., Fob. 26. Wool
stonily, turrlttiry and weatern me
dlums. 2llj2&r; luo mediums,
iUc; line. I3fi I He.
t'hlcagtt (iraln .Market.
f'hlcHgti, Feb, 26. UohUuioI citip
cMtiutMtM In ArgenliiiH, the result ol
disappointing thnwhlng returns, cuum
ed wheat today to itdvanee. There
were also nnfHvoruble roMirts from
Ittieela iitTerlnHs wire vorv lhtht.
The opening was unchatiKial to l-8u
hlghoi Ma startiHl at l l-lc lu
s i . the same us Mtiiuluy night to
I -He un and reto to riYii) U
The eliwu wus tMtsy, but . tk Sj .
hlRltur for Ma at 3ifjraic
May eorn opeit.sl l-lc to J-sc up at
t 2-tc to 12 7-8c and climbed to lie.
The close wus ensy at R3H' for
''"unv r..K,.:n 1 1 a shade in
. : . ; , . . is exiiminii your niistract.
I 8fl I lc htghvr al 31 1 ItMl 3Hc toM jjoore Really Ca.
,M -MI 3ll-i totn hed 34V-J
Lnraer receipts of hogs pulled iiiii
provisions; seles varied front .''s'- !
7 He to 10c orT, with May at 111) !
IV.7t for pork; !HMu to lnii!.":
lor lurd und lie lu lo $10.47 'u loi
Whoal-Muy, UglifMic; .Ftilv
'.Utflic: Keptembor, 'JiKv.
Coin Muj. as'tc; July. MV.
Oats May. aitc; July. X Ts :
Heptoutler, I IV.
J'nrk Mdy. 1IJI.H8, July. !1,J72'
Lard May. llO.iir.; July. IIM;7'..
II07U; Heptember. 1U.7.
itlbe-Muy, J10 Mttli lO.Sf. Jul).
flli.SIWO'i 10.&6; b'eptumbfi. tin n
Tlio Metal Market.
St. Louie. Feb. Lead.
II 2U; spelter, dull. 16.10.
New Vork. Feb. 26. Mmiicn mi
call cteudy, 2 4,iUI per cant, 'rime
leans stroiiKer. sixty itinl ninety dur.
IWfitfi per cent, six months. & pei
ctmt. I'rlnti) mercitntile uaiier, i per wnt
Oommerulul bills, ll.H'Jti
llur sliver, 60 Vie.
Moxlettn dellure, Igc.
Now York 'ittou.
New York, Fol. 2. Cetton spot
olustel iulet; middling uplands, tl.
HO; middling gulf,' ! IX.Nl. No ealen
Vork. Fob. 2 - Copper
spot and February, llin'i
spot mid Febitmrv,
I.Ottd stonily. 11 31U 1.26.
Spniter iiulet, ia.l64J'fl.2).
Iron steady, unsettled.
Santa Fe Copper,
(Quotation furnished by Logiin A
llryun, 2 Ouard or Trade, Qlileogo.)
Most on. Feb. 26 Mules of Haulu Fe
Copper were tin shit res ut 1 4 .
1 close, I s asked
0u H.,M,i. r s.,y, ... ...,. A
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