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THE EVE?nNQ HERALD. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., MONDAY, JULY 27. 1914.
The Evening Herald.
l'U4ll' i 'iy
THE EVI:MV. hi mU, INC.
ntoH.lK R VA . -IT, Manager
U. H. 1IENINO .Kdimr
Published ever, . rnonn ri
fl'l Sunday, at III North Dcoo:id
Ptrert, Albuquerque, N. M.
Filtered mi second H i,, mutter
at Ihe pnslofn.e si ADmi'Iik-iiiux.
N. M., under lh .ct of March 1,
lint month tip mall or csrrlcr.Roc
On Week by -srrler lie
One year by mail or currier
In advance . . I&.uo
T KSTKHDA Y'K I.oa Angeles Kx
T amtnrr, in h pe lul section ls-
surd every Humlav fur N
MkI'h kill AlUoiii distribution.
rarrli'd in adjoining column articles
reviewing th valuations for assess
ment purpose of the state of Ni
Mexico and Arlxoiin The New Mrl
! Hem wna bended:
-NEW MKXlI'li VAM'Kli AT
The ArWona article wna headed:
"AfW.MHKn VAIXATluN t)K
A HIZ IN A FOR 1914 $ tot, 000. 0011."
The aiiirlra which followed these
headings inmle even a worse advcr
tiaement for thla alata thun the
eudlngs thamaelven: for the anli'lee
explained In turn that the 1404.000.
400 from Arlnont wna the valuation
of property AH TAXKH. while the
tJMi.liiin.ouo from New Mexico was
the ACTl'AL VAU'ATION OK ALL
PRMPFHTY In thin stale; the valua
tion actually taxed lielng hut one
third of two hundred ami fifty ivll
Uons. Thua the newa goes nut to the
world, not only in thla newspaper,
with a quarter of a million readers,
hut In doxen newspapers of equally
large distribution thiit Arlxona If
taxed n a valuation practically
double the actual valuation of New
Uaxioo. In other Wnrda that In nat
ural resources nd In property de
veloped. Arlxona la aeveral tlmea na
rich a commonwealth na our own.
. It I'. :"t necessary to repeat the
well known fact that one of the mut
ter first investigated hy Inveatinil
rapltal la general business, general
progress, general condl'tonK; and
that t next Inqiilry la directed t"
taxation and governmental rondl
tlnna. The contrast drawn hy the asacM
tnent rolla of lh two IMer slates,
with almoHt Identical climutlc and
nther nntur.il r .idillons, lying aide
by aide and nil. i' r the hulk of
the far snuthwet contrast I
such u one aa wi . 'at-ly work M
the grave Injury e Mexico. Tht.
New Mexico correspondent lunkea an
attempt to explain the allm value of
New Mexicn'a total we..llh ly a
alatetiient which makes hia story,
even a worm, advertisement of the
late although he tells hut the aim
pla truth. He shows rlearly that up
to thia time we have not been ahle
lo govern ourarlvea properly. No
government can he called competent
wi.i-h permlla to aland ;i slip-shod,
ruinous taxation system.
Ho, aside from the x burden
which the fin 1 1 owner .f Improved
properly carries, and which the large
owner of huge Innd and live stock
and hank Block Interexta rwipnn.
abide from the Injuatbe of our ex
taUn ayatem. If It may he bo far rilK
ntfied, tba future development of thin
a.ret atate dmand that our tnxn
lion ayatem ta attended to and at
tended to at once; lent we ntii a na
tional reputation na rexnida our re
aotireei will' li w can never over
come. We hear the rlitement from the
IntereHta which favor a onilnuance
of the preaent
fcyMem l f IcKHluecl
ton a really la
thla alKta that Arl-
a rii hrr aiate than
Thla atateinent ia
fulae; and the wiee owner of rool
bind and a raring land and mineral
land who make it know it la fnlne.
Thi rtnliaat haa roma up In New
Mexico before It hon been flung In
the face! of our legmutora and they
have been irmlltd to alrrp liy the
old HcpuMUan machine boners with
he aong that Nrw McxUn r cully la a
"poorer" country than Armonn.
The fart are that returned lit real,
forced taut Value, New ilrxluo prop-
riy. in bulk- la worth mora than
Arlwina property- Tha railrMtd mile
age of the two atatea la approximate
ly equal, with tha balance a trifle In
New Mexico's favor. In earning ca
pacity th New Mexico milcuga U"
douMedly B (h larger.
New M ex loo haa about double tha
area of Improved proilucicg agricul
tural land that Aruona haa. It
area aubjvet to irrigation la about alx
tlmea greater than that of Arizona,
to that ara far ahead of tha aba
ter i ', aa regard agricultural
land, la both actual and putential
lorm land valua.
la live BliM'k. Nrw Mexico has
about tea times aa many aneap, about
four tlmea aa many callla, about five
times af many goals and aoout twica
ii n tiiHiiy horae aa Arlcona. Thla lr
not tax return dope It la fact. Kv
ory ln t..i k man of IntelllKt-ni e In
the two niaiea known It.
In uici.il mini Arlxona values are
fur al'ove on. own. The areat min
ing rimliiit of that plain have far
oiiielilpped New Mexico In both
ii hi"'i an I in iievelopment of low
Kiaile una Thia, In a mraaure la he.
ItiK oteriome by prcecnt li clopmelil
f copper iiiiiiing In iiint county.
It la iliriilt"d. however, tl.at Arlnon.i
Hiatal rnlnra are far more valuable
at the prcant development elag of
the two pi ni ex. than thime In New
Mexico. Thla illruvil vantage In valua
iion, however, la overcome complete
ly by the coal mining wealth of Nov
Mexro, which la equal to if not
greater In a; tun I value than the min
eral wealth of Ariso:.u. Tha coal
haionn who have been em-splng tax
ation nIiiiom eniliclv. will brnn.l rtla
atalrmenl na r'ili-uoi. They nre
even willing ,, hate their xenitlvr
otricer make return that coal land
worlh fr.ir,. J100 t., $l,noo an acre
In ita undeveloped atute, i over -srmeil
when returned na gntxlng laliil
at fifty cent an ni re. tint facta ore
facta. Thla atute, returned upon a
baaia of actual, forced na I uc value I
u far rii her unite than Arlxona.
Yet we go on record before the
nation a It poon at elate: leea than
one-fourth t.a -well fixed" aa our
later atate: a atrugKliitK. undevel
oped wilder n aa. Hlmply becniiae big
IntereBta. through control c. the Re
publican polltcal machinery of legla
Intlon have leKiillM-d tax doditlng:
have legnlled It for themcelveg and
in Bo doing, have forced the amnll
tax payer to follow ault In aimple
aelf-protection. It ia time to correct
thla yhnmeful rnnilltlon. It I time
for the peopl,. Inxlet, boeaea or no
boenea, that tho men aent to II e
Icgieluture thla fall, be Intelligent
men. tapabl,. of dealing with thla nit
nation not only aa himlnehe men, but
from the broad atandpoiiu of New
Mexico'H preaent and future develop
ment and our prceent and future
Btunding among the aletethood of
atatea. Our preaent taxation altua
Hon, aa revealed by the Incoming
tnx roll la an Individual outrage up-!
on and diaicrace l every Intelligent '
voter In thia commonwealth. It c 1 1
no longer he endured. It haa neen j
created and perpetuated and fastened '
upon ua through year of mlarulo by
graaplng lntereat. working through
a corrupt machine. Ialie, Hepubll
ran, nnd repreaentatlve not of the
rank and file of iJeinibllcan Votort.
but of the Mule hand of cleve- pol
itician who for twenty vctta have
dnmmnted ernr Irgtrlnturea and who
seek to continue that dominant con
trol in the coining election.
CompMriann Itke thla one are not
alone odloug to aolf reapectlng men;!
thev are rultiou to the tnt. The!
time haa come when the people niut '
demand an abaolute change In tho
charai ti-r of the men who dominate.
the New Mexico I. kIhImi ure. The I
time to make that demand effective
la rlwht now. before the nomination
have; been Hindu.
T" OV8 and glrla of Albuquerque
Daud New Mexico vhoi be en.
-----.wn-'a if-.,,,, C.ll,llin.
No because a conuiilerable portion
of our people are Hpsnlih speaking,
although a thorough knowledge of
Spanish Is Very useful In that re
gard; but because next to hnglu.il
the Mpaniah language , the dominant
language In the western hemisphere
and will come Into more and more
use In Ihe I'nited Ktates ua our rela
tione grow closer with Ihe Central
and Koiith American nations, as
they art hound to do with Incrvaalng
rapidity from thia time on.
In New York City, In Hoston and
In Ha It i more and Philadelphia high
school studtnla are being encouraged
to elect Hpanleh a the modern lan
guage course likely to he nnt per
manently imeful. Purrounded In our
everyday life by Spanish-speaking
people, the opportunity for our boy
and glrla Is a splendid on: loo val
unhle an opportunity ( n child
should be permitted to frnw up In
New Mexico without acquiring thor
ough command of the Hpanlnh. which
l made easy with very little textbook
work because of Its constant Use In
the everyday life around us.
The little bo)s and glria of epan-tsh-spcakinc
parent In our common
i hool ale eugvr studen' of Eng
lish, and f.ullc students. More and
more of the young people of the
I'nited Slates are turning to Mouth
or Central America. To these the
command of tpan:sb Is rsaenlial. To
all of our boy and cirla it will prove
of practical service no matter where
or Into what walk of life they may
MAM: A MfVKMWVK.
TUB father of seventeen living
healthy children hoa written
I Km inlarnur of T.-vua ac
cording lo the Houston P.M.L. asking
him If he does not thliu that the
slate ought tu appreciate such a
bug family and that they should be
furnished with an automobile tu take
them to and from church, which la
seven miles from where they live
('riululy the state appreciates sucb
a large family, but In foimer dn.va
when a fitmily of aevente-n ihlldten
a hoihinn uncommon 'i seven-mile
lournry to ihur h on horeba k or In
a wagon wa deemed n real piaiire
tatlier than a hardahlp, and 'he
thought of dependence on the atate
for inc. 1 tin of transportation would
! v r been pugnunt lo the mind
of all of them. Indeed, not ao re
motely in the paat many a family
deemed It ni particular llnrdnhip to
trudge their way to church. Hut.
ailda the I'oet. in thoee day thev
heard Ihe gocprj prrachril.
The Ihouxhl that Brine In Pi of.
!. fl. Foeter of the rmverally of
. ,. . .11
- ....mo Hiirirn irMKioeniai ny I
In miiHaxiiie article. In hia latest
"Forum" article he aaya: - Woman
doe not want to vote ao much as
she thinks ahc dee. flhe will vote,
never fear, but the will tlnd. what
men have found, that, cnmpnrnllvcty
speaking, voting doe not amount to
much. The man "Within the l.w
of amnll moment If the law be not
within the man. Hut If the law be
within the man and voting cannot
put II there-all I well, In any
event. In thla whole mutter woman
la preparing n grent disillusionment
for herself, n thoughtful men have
been disillusioned. Nevertheless,
voting la one of the outer nigna of the
Inner f.irt for which rhe ia striving.
. . . . The new wonderful, final a'ep
which woman must take ia In enter
Won the free unfolding of her per
sonality as an end in Itself."
(ome local pride I la lien In Ihe
fait that more than 70.000,000 leet
of lumber pusaed nuf nf the Colum
bia river in May. It la a question,
of course, whether 'umber or this
kind or local pride will lust tha long
er In the Oregon region.
A new religion sett in -orporatud
In New York lust week calls Itself
the "I'nlon Pilgrim Rescue
t'h'inh of the New Covenant
has more namea than members.
firawMl t lthllax. fm
Ol'R wheat crop I'll year, It la
poinled out by the able statis
tical editor, will fill box car
enough to reach from Kaunas City to
Hongkong nnd will nuy enough
I'biyer-planoa and automobiles lo
reach al the way back.
KTATISTICAL editor also advises
there are lht million cat, in Lon
don. Doran'i ). whether thia la ex
clusive of thonc In Jail or not.
THIS CAT huHlncs explain n lot
of hunger strike endurance record.
KIVK PKAf'HKS In un Alumogonlo
on hard brought a dollar each. That
wa what the J P. fined the mia hlev
loua youth who stole them.
HTII.L WE'VE known sto(n fruit
to come even hiKher than that.
THE III I In kids In rompers
Look hap, coo and fat
It's ad that when the are fat man
They cannot dresa like that.
' " H llKA of an optimist la a man
who ran walk the Moor all ni;ht with
a it'k haby and luugh about it next
Til Y' UK aa rare as n pleaHant ex
pression on a pedigreed bull pup.
IX PACT there nln't no su. h thing.
Oh Mother, tomo and pin u rose on
Cried the awe! Utile girl
Polled fur tango Ira.
Hut when Mother looked over this
Ins id so chic
hhe said 'There's no place where
Pin won't stick.
He'll lluy Sonir Hht, All Right!
W. H. Iearstue of lienver was the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. tionlon
flint h from Friday unit) Hundny. He
It a frequent visitor here, and evrty
tune he conn, he thinks more of the
Tract. Pome of these day he I going
to buy u farm here Maxwell Mail.
Peat ic-rpum Wild Oata.
Wm. lieaty and Clurenie Stump are
putting up thistle. For the benefit
of the eastern trailers we might ex
plain that thev make splendid hay.
Mrs. C. M fturri had all the boys In
town putting up thistle last wrek.-
Lt alula Newa-lletabl.
Hrinulog In lllili ;rade Nmi,
On Friday the stoik set ls rume
In and brought a fine young lady to
the home of Wrnnt K. Mctliigor.
Mother and the young lady are doing
Hue. Hlllsboro Free-Preaa. .
HlMorir May llla-at.
"Who smashed th's vase?"
With angry face
Tha lady cried; "Home one shall
catch It -"Mother,
I t'-mnoi He.
I did It with my little hatchet."
Thus spoke 4j-oretie,
Mere child, and yet
"lie owned up with no hesitation.
Who kima out she
In lime may be
The ruler of our inlthly nation?
Ksnaaa City Journal.
enough coal to
last the world tfince that time the number of Pro-
llabl. la N.wcs.tU.'pl, able to fa
carg I still available
Great Trials of History
TIIIAL 411' Kilt eMHI.V I I.NWIt K
Silt JfiHV FKNWIt'K waa the
prince of Hochtl HiKhwaynieu
during the reign of William 111,
and for lc lug Implicated In a plot to
nrsaKKlnnle bin king he lout his hed.
In la t. Hlr John could not have had
very mm h head lo lose, for he was
continually "olng hi hend" through
out Ihe better part of hla life Ho
was a baronet and a man of loiiMld-
out ne was hlao ol a
m ... mm o-na m ix'ii.iiii fn.
Although Hlr John commanded a
tegtment In Ihe service 'of WIHInm
ill wnen mat monarch was thel
Prince of Orange, a soon aa William
iiecamr klag, John became one of the
mom peis.tle it of plotter against
Inn Ibr.ina. He was alwaya fomenting
li.Mturbani'e and was aeveral lime
placed In the Tower until his ardor
coin, what cooled. He most rude
to queen Mary and, according to one but the method of punishing him be
version, ventured to cock hla h.l In ng out of the common road, and au h
her face, while other veralona add de-1 as had not occli often used, and, when
tails nf even more marked Imperii- j it haa. been condemned by thoe who
' enre. I have Judged eooMy, la what some are
Two year before he waa finally
brought to trial he had concocted an
elaborate scheam for the aseasalua
lloii of the king, but It miscarried In
tliHt William unexpectedly left for
Klamlers before it could he carried
i ill. Tne plot Was discovered and
Frnwick kept In hiding. When the
trial of hla confederate, who bail hern
captured, wa held, he found there
were only two w Uncases he had to fear,
so he decided that ho would be able
lo bribe them.
fir John thought he had succeeded
and could make hla escape, hut he
was apprehended In Kent, when on his
way to France. The king d d not act
hastily in till case because he believed
he could Becure from hlin a confes
sion which would Implicate others.
Fenwlck only revealed aa much n
would Implicate his political enemies.
When thla conlelon was read. In
which he Implicated Marlborough.
Oodolphln, IliiHSell and Hhrewsbury.
the king directed the rnnfeasb.n to be
sent to the lords Justices expressing,
at the same time, his aetonlKhment
end Incredulity and gave ordera that
Fenwlck should he sent immediately
hrfore a Jury. It wa deemed ad
visable, however, not to hurry mat
ter ton much, for the prisoner mlpht
be Induced to make more revelations.
When brought before the bar of (
the bouse of commons, Fenwlck was . t,n-ln-he-Feld. where Ihey lie near
till nlisl.ln.ttc. and It wag moved aud.the altar,
lux i irirt i ni.irir'Mipciii wiry-. -, , .i i -i ,i
j of Panama Canal
The probable benelb lent effect ol
the Panama!' ajisl en the countries ol
tho Caribbean Is lold by Wm. J.
Show. iltcr in a roinniiinlcutlon to the
National Ucognipnlr society, at Wash,
ington, I), c. He describes the won
derful changes that have been
wrought In Porto Rico and Cuba since
Ihe advent of the I'nited Htates gov
ernment In thone Islands.
"it would require six fttlvadors to
make one Honduras, and yet Salva
dor has three times as much popula
tion ami three tlmea ss much foreign
commerce as Honduras," he says.
"Costa Hi' a Is less than half aa big as
Nicaragua, and yet It has three times
ss mui h foreign commerce aa Nic
aragua. And yet, when Salvador and
Cota Iti.-u are compared with Porto
I; ii ii, they in turn seem to be slow In
their development. Porto Rico Is so
small tb.it ae.en islands like It would
he required In rover an area equal
to thai of Costa Rl-a, yet II has a for
eign trade Dee time aa great na thai
of the Ibinana empire. Porto lie o
I lea than half aa large aa Salvador,
yet It ha a foreign trade seven times
-Little Porto Rico Is so small that
It could lie burled In a single Central
American bike; It would take 57 la
lands of its slse to equal Central
America In ares, yet porta Rico pro.
dure more foreign trade than all
Central America together. The rea
son? Pecause Porto Hten ha an
lieai government. Tha trade of Ihe
Island has nearly quintupled since
f'nele Mam took possession there. The
number of children enrolled in the
school has Increased sixfold. The
wage of the laboring class ha mul
tiplied threefold. Porto Rico's pro
peiliy u seen In the ugar fields,
where four tons of sugar are pro-
due,d her, "" rt;"'n Hn
iigo, and hcre the Porto Rlcan pen-
pie rc.elvu for exported sugar
where they received II only a dosen
year before. Coffee produclion ha
oua.lrupl.it since Ihe beginning of he
cintmy The production of oranges
ha lncrr.ii.ed sevenfold In ten years,
pineapples twenty-fold In four year
and giape fruit twenty-five-fold In
Himilar eomparlaons are made be
tween Cuba and the aig republlca.
Wilh an area one-flfth aa great, Its
forcUn commerce Is three limes that
of Ihe ix. "One might go on with
thipe comparisons Indefinitely, the
loson of them all Deng that prosimr
liy cannot exist where good govern
ment does not." continue ths writer.
-With vast deposits of minerals,
untold thousand of acrea of the fin
eat tropnal fruit end vegetable lands
iu the woild. and vaat areas of mg-iilfH-enl
gracing and coffee landa,
Honduras Is at our very doors. It la
?! mile nearer to Chicago than thai
city la from Ran rrancloco; It I closer
tu Washington than Denver It; It la
farther fioi-i New Orleans to Chi
cago than It U irom Pucrnu Harrlos
to New Yor- A stable government
for Honduras, and it must become a
kingdom of plenty tnaleatd of a prin
cipality of poverty! Nicaragua is In
ihe same conJUmn ss Honduras.
"It is hot uiireanonaide lo aaums
that If the peopla ' Middle America
can secure Llr and proper govern
ment conditions after Ihe completion
of the Panama canal, tncy tun
what Cub has dn. In the 1 year
slnce the first American
carried without a dlvlaion that his
confession waa false and acandaloua.
While the guilt of Fenwb k was mor
ally certain, and was aggravated hy
hla auhscqucnt dlsingenunua conduct,
It ran scarcely be affirmed that tha
procedure against him ana Jiml triable,
aa regarda either the tribunal by
which he was tried, or Ihe m -nner In
which the trial was conducted.
In fact, Fenwlck'a attainder was
decided on to render escape I m pos
sible and for the same reason the law
requiring two witnesses In rases ot
treason Was dispenaed with,
there were other Irregularities.
I A writer commenting on the trial
jut the time said: "I do not find many
j concerned for hia person. The course
of hi life ha been such, and the
management of thn part he hud now
to act so bad, that he hail few friends;
. atartlrd at.
Fenwlck' wife, Lady Mary, used
every effort to save her husband'a life
by petitioning both tho king and the
house of lords, hut Fenwlck'a adroit
ness In putting forward the plea thai
he hud been privy to the aaansslnatlon
plot In H-'i. and had frimt rated It.
only scried to .iov how deeply he
was In the confidence of the con-,
splrutnrs against William' throne.
The hill of conviction against Fen
wlck was passed hy the house of lorda
by the small majority of seven. See
ing no hope wa left, he desired the
service of one of the deprived bish
opa. a favor which ho obttned
through the courteous help nf Itlshnp
Iturnet. He waa beheaded on Tuwrr
bill on January 23, l7.
Owing to Fenwlck' connection
with so many noale fa nil I leu. and pos
sibly a" jo to the fact that he had
been proceeded ngalnot by attainder.
t formalities employed at hi execu
tion were almllar to those uxed In
tile case of a peer of the realm. Itur
net stales that he "died very com
posed, In a much better temper than
waa to be expected, for hiti life had
l.een very Irregular." Ilia remains
were placed, by his friends. In a rich
coffin and burled on the evening of
hla execution by torrhtlght under the
pavement of the church of Ht. Mar
creased 110 per cent. The mortality
rate haa been cut down from tS.H
per thousand to II :. The balance
of trade haa risen from a deficit of
f 2.min.tioii a year to a surplus of
ISO, 000, ouo. Assuming that Central
A met lia can be brought up In Cuhu
atandard today, Ita foreign Hade
would amount to a full billion dollar
s ar Inatoad of a bogxur.ly Hi mil
lion today. It would have 10. not
mllea nf railroad where It has less
than l.ooo mile today. It would
have 5,0011 mllea nf macadam rouds
a compared with a few hundred. It
would have a population nf tl.oiia.tioO
a compared with S.son.non today
"This and more will certainly come
lo Central America If good govern
ment there cornea apace with a torn
lifted Panama canal.
Try Pluto! It'i Great
For Your Trouble
t.Nara Visa Newa.)
It seems that politics in thl coun
try are getting no belter fast. If It t
pot the Republicana It'a Democrats.
If It isn't the iH-mocrals if the Re
publicans or the progressives but
mostly Republicana as the Progres
sives seem to have lonl Ihelr nerve.
We hud begun lo believe thai we were
going lo have cleaner polltl.-a In New
Mexico, hut II seems that every full
I flndiiedt would be and wanl-tn-br
rrooka fn the country want a chance
. to graft In our atate. A abort time
ago the paper throughout the atate
were Baying- that the day of dirty pol-
Irrigates tha CIccd
:A Remedy That Flushes Hie
Olood from Head
T ft rlj f rhevisunlsni reaulrei that
the h!xd m rouipieirly flushed- s..t g etr-r
Biakrekirt by sail sad paia kllH-rs. Tha
b-ng li'.rU of . a. H. In Imporiaat to
bw. II ha Iiaind It wtj lata irrtf
"-ti.ia of tbs nsi'.n It tar siosi wwvir
used and most widely talked of reoixlr
there I fur sll IiI.hI troubles, a Hit It I
a knoas fact tbst tucuaialisoi Is priutsrlly
g bluod trouble.
It Is ronrcdrd by ths rbiet kindest of
the sulot Hat rliruu.il.iB I isasrd la
must ca I'T SB acid caobtloa of lbs blued
snd SKgrsvsled by lbs reunb ruaitaunlf
used fur relief, la utbrr - rhruiuaiuua
I the rcuit of avrv aVreMii ; is nil
etber It Is I Us effect ef '! VI 1 10 4
biixid disunion, hating reea treated eltb
sieriurr. ii'diil., arsenic, ssd oilier pulsuu
ass aiiuersl drug.
1b reeuvirUB of sll the type uf
rbeuaiatlsni by the ue nf 8 g M I a
ond.iful trlliiitr la in natural .. of
no r insrkatil nie.ll.-iue. for It Is a:ini
laied usi'iialir. just as i-. hi. Hv,
snd pit a well i.r.liu-d ih sel
..'rilil, moat ialaiaii snd iii rru,iy
dliimrd f.-al. ! Sol fsll lo get S Bo'tio
ef S. H. M today, but In. 1st vx H. . M.
l ksai't irmit iih'iiinc V.mi will h"
asiaslsb st llw rr...i. H ,.a.r
c.nftMli gr-al t(t islisf ctar.aa-
naliy. wrus b. the M.dical lia . it.e n ift
imc v- " b,d' -
lli"a was past. Today they are saying j
Ihnt they are as dirty and i rooked as!
ever. In the eastern slate they are j
raving over duty politic and aa a
new stale we belli ve We should set
Ihem an example. New Mexico ha
a had enough lepuinllon without add
Inc. that of dirly politic.
A Fair Proposition
(.anta Fe F.agle.)
Last year, with a hiKh protective
larlfr on Wool, New Mexico wool
producer Bold wool at il cent a
pound. Thla lear. without any tiro-
lective tariff, wool Is selling In New'
Mexico at from Is lo J cents a
pound. We have n peuleilly called
on the Republican editor In New
Mexico to publish a clear ami con
clusive explanation Hs to why Ihe re
moval of the tariff from wool did
not cause a drop In the price of wool
to four cents a pound a Ihey sol
emnly assured us it would only a few
short month, ago. If ny of Ihe Ito
publliun edllor are Ion diffident to
publish Iheir explanation In their
own pnper we will gladly give space
in the first page of the Iwigle lo any
clear explanation of the situation
from a protective standpoint. If
none of the hiMh protectionists In
New Mexico la able to explain the
matter We shall n ntlnite to maintain
that protection Is a frnud. .
Where Frank Broke In.
(Fnrt Humnei- Review.!
Frank Ktaplin was down in Alamo
gordn last week and succeeded In grp.
anting a few of the credulous from
ahrut five undred bucks "for the olll
clal organ of the grand old party."
The News sav "Frank naturally talk
from the Inside and when he told of.
all the nice things that could be done
with the paper In the way of 'taking
care of hla friend' and the bin div
idends II was bound to pay. tr e hoy
lust had to come across. "' Frank has
been a trusted member of the "old
crowd" since Heptember 12, 1904,
when he anil fir. Martin delivered
the vote of the three Taos delegates,
lo Andrews In Albuquerque. The
"ring" has don pretty well by Frank
since that smudgy day in New Mex
ico' political history.
West Virginia was Ihe greateat pro
ducer of i.atural gas In 1l, and
Pennsylvania the largest consumer.
A 3 cent Her. .1.1 Wont Ad will
get what you want
uiii .... miu i
i ni S.ni
Account Mounlainair Chautauqua
Summer School, State
And Hlier iisnventlotis July-.ugi.-at. Itll, tliere tl e si ffveiial
rale Allnnpirrque u, Mminisliiair and return of $.1.41. Ticket ara
cm sale) July lllh to I Mil IsH'lu-slve and July 3lh to August Till In
c liialvtv, with final return lintlt August IMlh, 1st I. Tills Hi kri al
lows imi slqsvrr. V. 4. JUIIMX. Agent.
&5-i.1eSMf'V-?5'li 'i'-'Mr l(O.W,ll
h - Ji
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desire its advice gained by long experience and
study in investment and financial matters.
By consulting us regarding these matters you
will place yourself under no obligation whatso
ever. The First National Bank wants you to feel that
this is your home bank and that it is striving In
every way to be of service to you.
NOW IS THE TIME TO
1 METAL FREEZER. COLD. REFRESHING AND
213 to 215 W. Gold Ave.
Furniture, Carpets, and Draperies, Stoves.
(Clovl Journal )
Hon. II. It. Fergtisson of New Mex
ico, said In his great speech on H R.
liJs In the house Of repreaentatlve
on June IT''
"Of course, the homestead plan I"
best for the Individual stales of the
semlnrld west. It take homes In In
sure permanent settlers and taxpay
ers: .It lakes homes to bring schools
nnd Nliun bis It take homes to build
cities nnd towns that attract and
support laborers and mechanca. Pop
iiliillott Invite railroads, which In
lurn bring more Immigration and
capital to develop the barely tom bed
resources of this great semlnrld
Congressman Fergusson ha been
making his fight for Ihe enlarged
homestead bill against great odds lit
congress. The great cattle Interests
of the went prefer the grarlng bill
which are supported by some of lh
western congressmen, who do not see
the virtue Mr. Frrsusson attributes
to our effort o build up s roqntrr
with real homebiitldi ra. The gen
erations to come will applaud the ef
fort of Mr. Fetgusson at this Im
portant period In the formation of
new homestead laws for the aril le
nient of the Wert. They are home
makers nnd homehutidera we want.
Mr. Fergusaon's great ambition now
la o set hi measure rna'-led Into
law. The unanimous report of the
committee of public lands, alter a
hard fight made hy the champions
and opponent nf the Fergusson bill,
is Itself a strong Indication of tha
way congress view the situation, and
for our nuin'a effort. It will be Mr.
The Price of Peace
Yea, Indeed, ail ia peace and har
mony up In llernallllo county among
the Republican spades flourishing
there. And Jusl to .hlnk or i, Ih
bnasea have given those harmony blis
ters twenty votea In Ihe coming con
vention, and from two to five eepar
ate. distinct and hoatlle delegations
positively sHsured. ,8uch troubles!
In Rrltish Arabia, a native laborer
earns from 18 to II cents a day. on
vvlu h he support himself snd family.
Why worry when a llrald want
ad will do It.
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