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WORK OF NEW MEXICO'S GREATEST DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION l0V,,iSUEI1
THE EVENING HERALD, ALBUQUERQUE. H. It. TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914
H'imUnucil from ' Hw.i
In 'thin convention the name of Its
favorite mn hihI In thin connection,
gentlemen of (ha convention. It
hag m i n wtid from this Hnlform
muy times during this day the De
mocracy of New Mexico has Kiel un
der mini auspicious clrcumatan.es
our national leaders two years ago
made pledges and promises lu the
people of thia great nullon and these
pledget and promises to the people
of thlH KPtut nallon have horn faith
fully and diligently and honestly ful
flllcd. In the tint stale convciunn
of Ihr tint of Nrw Mexico, thn liein-
octane psirty of Nrw Mexico made
pledges anil promises to the oilu of
thla great aitale and undrr the llilc,
skillful and honest leadership nf I hut
great governor, tlovernof MdonitlU
these pledws and these promises
made by th Democratic party of this
stale hi' Win honestly and con
scientiously fulfilled in fur im they
ruutd be and could hi hern fitllllled
with the rdt'ndcrhuM legislature ot
the nd time H publican parly of this
III Contrast to this, gentlemen of
thia i onvciitioji. behold the IlcpuhH
ua plundcrbund today without lead
era, without fauva. Tim only Issuo
presented before the people of this
stale today la to whether the
Kjrud Koll fron the state of I'enn
svlvanla la to have the nomination on
I he lteiuldit'an ticket, or na to whelp,
rr I 'on Klfctt" la going to have it. 1
loiild apeak here for hour,. gehUo-
men, nut you has heard speeches
duriiia the day. When I went home
thia evining to my supper I picked
no on my table the New Mexican ot
haturduy. the Ilvpuhlican paper pub
hshed in the city 'f fanta r". I don't
wain to lire you. but the "Shades ot
Max Front." think of It, gentlemen o
the Democratic convention. The edl-
torlHl writer pays respects to the He
publican party aud the riepuhlican
leadership of tho aUle of New Mex
i. o in am h apt terms that I am going
to adopt the language used by this
editorial writer. 'The Shades of Max
K.oaf for us. the old tuners that
knew him Jnd knew him well, and
want the Hcpublicans within the
Minimi of my voice to hesr what that
Itetiiiblo al editorial writer save rrl
aHvc lo the Kepulilican party In New
Mexico. We Democrals assembled
h.-re know them and have anown
ih..m .ml every word that thla Ite-
i.iiI.Iiihii sava relative to the llepub
llran parly In Nrw Mexico, we. old
im...r. r.,init ihn motion. Here ta
what hu ays:
Mr. Marron here quoted an editor
l.il upon tho Hepunllcan elate organ
laaiu.n from I he New Mexican; which
Is one of the moat terrible arraign
mi nt ever wTiltcn of political cor
ticntlemen, of the contention, wa
thoosht two leavs ago In our first
Kate contention that a great Work
urn before the lemorratie party of
tin Hate. There was a glcjt wofg
laid out for us. .We entered upon
ih.it wotk. We dad It In part, bill I
Ihie tampalgn. gtuitlemen of thla j
i intention, la even ! More and more
conseUenie, of morn- Importam-e than
ilia campaign than we entered upon
two yeais ago. There la a legislature,
gentlemen of thla convention, lo be
elected In thla campaign, and we must
ray to the people of thia gleat eia'e
that lhat legislature muM be a Iemo.
cratlc legislature that will go to San
l.i Ke to uphold the aim of our great
governor In the enactment as I Bay.
of measures for the henetll of the
common people of thla stale. I hate
known our candidate for corporation
commissioner, and besides him. gen
tlemen of this contention, the people
of the whole St all, not only the pen-
pie of his home county, not only his
neighbors, but tho people of this
whole slate, t say, demand that our
candidate for congress, end Juat as
sure as we are sitting here, the nom
inee of to is convention Is to be the
next congressman front the s'ate of
New Mexico. This man. I say, tho
penplo of the whole state demand
that he must te a man of learning,
a man of standing, a man who, when
ha Is alerted lo the congress or Ihn
t'lilted Ulates from the stale of New
Mexico, will be a man that will sup
port unreservedly nd uuoimllflodly
the policies of tho greatest picsldcrit
for the past fifty V. tToodroW
Wilson, and In this man. gentleman
nf i h.. contention. Hernalllio county
t resents lo vou the name entwined
with victory, Harvey U. Kergusson for
candidate lo cungiess.
IHIITDi PAY MM.K.MHU
TltllUTK TO r.llHMlt.
Mr. Kergusaon has hud many trib
utes from New Mexico iemocre.ie.
but none more sincere than tne great
outburst In-1 night when Mellton
Torrea of Hocoiro moved t-at the
nomination be made un ..-.out. gnu
the delegates, picking III heir uni
ty standards. followed the uanu
around Klks- theater In 11 procession
that walked hHlf a mile und threat
ened to tear up Ihc seats.
The demonstration passed from
Fergusson to Wilson and then lo a
general iH-nim-ratlc noise-feel, form-
, one of the hbdortc scenes in tne
records of the party In he atnte. It
wag the kind of demonstration which
meana party success. (
The resolutions committee still be
ing absent, the chair named a com
mittee. H. H. itoulwnre of Hllvcr
Ity, W. II. Hmith of leming and
Mellton .Torres of Hocorro t" go "ui
and find the committee ami bring II
in lo report.
laiieni Ihllvrva Adilrfsa.
While wailing for the report the
convention demanded a slw ei h from
Hon. Antonio Uucero. secretary of
stale, who neiiteren in epanien one
of lh'' floiiient addresses for whu h
ho ta famous throughout the south
west. The lomiiultee to find the resolu
tion,, committee reported thin iron
committee would in within fifteen
TTii I'atiy rjnblem.
In the Interval Stale Chairman
the convention. Judxv W. V. time
wood of Itoswell, chairman ot ihe
committee, presented the repoil,
whbh was read by the seretary.
Judge tlatewood said the i oinnil'iee
had worked faithfully all day on th"
plulfolm and believed It wo'.ill be tic,
teptulilo to parly and people.
The Itoad Tax.
A lively discussion arose on
plank proposed b." Henry l.oikharl
of Albiniieriue, ilemnndltig the re
peal of the II road tax. In which I'
l. Tlliinann of Hlerra opposed the
rexolution and II. I.. I McAlllste.'
of Alliuqiicl iuo defended Its i" r
potation In the plalfoim. W. It.
Walton of llriuit oppoeed the re'elu
I ion and i. N. XI a i run of Albuoiier
Itie defended It, and with tho de
baters at lever heat and on edkc
after a hard day'a work, a warn' dis
cusxlon resulted, rartving the in
vention well on toward m dnlght
J mine John T. Mi'i'iure of UohwcII
poured oil on the waters b lnsistl.lg
on the adoption of the platform us
read, while Antonio Joaeph of I'ii i'
prnpowd the popular county b'ai
option roud fix law.
t. li. lillbert of t 'haves county
moved 10 table the ! im kb.ir. resoii:
tlon and the toll of eouoties be il
ordered the vole resulted:
Kor the Lockhart resolution, "
To table the L"ckart resolutio.i.
The amendment was tabled.
The iptestlon recurring on a mil
lion by Mr. Harth to ndopt the resi"
lutiona. the ptetious (Uestion wio
ordered and the platform was unam
Judge lingers of t'havea coun'.y
presented a spw lal tesolutlon roast
ing the loci Inula of Ihe Itepublicun
majority In the stale senate In i !."
cut and caustic terms, which wan
adop'ed wilh enlhuslnsm.
11h Male Mftiatr.
The text of the Kngeia resolution
We commend the record ot out
lieutenant governor. thr Hon. K. '.
lie Itaca, as wise, Jul mid patriotic.
nnd deplore Ihe tact that as preai
dent of Ihc senate he has not had a
majority of thai body who were will
ing In labor for the weKate of the
country, but Instead lhat branch
the leglilature has been controlled
by a Itepublicun inajmiiy. whose
controlling impulses have been ego-lu-in
petty selfishness and ring rule.
who never discovered the great helu
lieved In amending the road tax lo a
II per capita lax, wuhotit Ihe labor
feature, lie believed any larger sun
unjui-i and thought Ihe convention
should take some m tloii.
Mr. ftiitlfo!! of liona Ana county
moved II lo tie the sense of Ihe con
vention thai Ihe road lax be reduced
fioin IS lo II.
As a substitute motion. Mr. Mc
Allister presented the county locnl
option road lax as propi.aed by Mr
Joseph of Taiai, permuting the peo
ple of each counts, by a majority
vol.i In nbollsh Ihe toad Ian. or to
fix it In any amount the majoilty of
Ihe voters may decide
Senator Karth de. i.md Ihe resolu
tion proposed by M Alliaier as abso
lutely uncotistltlitloliiil. Hime it seekf
lo delegate Ihe tiling power.
tiovernor Mil hum 1. 1 look a Kind
at thla point, favoiiug the II mail
tux an best for Ihe mile. McAllister
withdrew his aubstll'Jie and Ihe con'
tent ion's only difference was com
pored In harmony when Ihe tliillfoll
11 road lax resolution was ununi-
tioualv adopted and niailp a part of
the iil. lforiii
At exactly ten minutes to midnight
the ilelegatis. their one debuted Issue
settled, demanded a speech from
Uovei nor Mi'Oonuld The governor
took ihe platform amid loud ap
plausc to say lhat It was loo lute for
a speeth. lie onuruUllatcil the con
vention on the nmbable olulin ef
Ihe road tax issue, on the platform
adopted, and on the candidates
named. "Hut." said the governor.
you must remember that these
things will not win success in No
vember. It takes good, hard wotk
'Hut we will win." continued the
goternor, amid cheering. And I am
sure, If we work Haul enough, we
will elect a majority In Ihe next leg
The governor1,, talk wns a bilef.
senelble, working campaign adilrens
Iron; the practical ride and it brought
lo an entliiiMiaNtlr clone the moid en
thusiastic und most harmonious con
vention In Ihe history of the Homo-
emtio party In New Mexico
I'Vllnw in Ihe governor's address
the contentioii adjourned sine die.
It MR 4.;t oYliM'k then ihn con
tenltfin whs cMllril to orrt-r, mmi pvrn
WE DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM
raxton moved a resolution establish-j of pu'Ml: weilare, w ho among otner
liig Ihe spread eagle upon a shield 'evils defealild the will of the people,
ag Ihe party enitdem for Ihe Novem- j prostituted Ihe elecllte fiamhine a
her election. The udoptum of an i exercised nl the ballot box, mid un-
. . . , . i
emblem Is reiuneii
by statute and the
resolution was unanimousl) edopteii
, Thg stalei ventml cominlltee wus
authorised lo fill vacancies, upon
motion by Mr. I.ucero of San Miguel
tounty, which empowered 'ho com
mittee lo fill vacancies on eilh.,"
ticket or state eommltlee.
" ' ' ' Senator llrtli"'!iH-aks.
frnator Harth waa called upon 'or
u mniill. Ml. lUirth. Its semeunt-at-arms.
al first refused to leave in-
post of duty, but finally was per
suaded and after .linlHi.14 tl.nt lc
hsd m speech with h i di htere I
an uniioiiMlly gooil one. It wa.4 de
voted chiefly to an assault upon the
editors of the stale 01 wh i-n I ho ch-
Mior Is Inordinately fond- " he sena
tor had prepared a n.ee. li In delntr
to the editoilul uih uill'Mi ut Ihi'i'.
dinner. The editors ilnln't ask f .'
the speei h so S-nsloi Harth let the
Jiemocralie lotivention llav0 It
COMMITTIJ-; iii:mhj 1HINX
MKIS 1TH HKItHIT
It was after 10 n'rlivk when the
rominltlee on resolutions f'teliv
completed Us labors and came In! '
suited a member without charge and
hNt la lh-Miluiltifa.
Additional committee resolutions
.1. r.gtending 4 vole of sympathy
lo the president of Ihe I'nited elates
I11 tis,re rljtie.il latest uisnt .
.V VxJ.rlMng pflile in the re.. rd
made by Hon. A. A. Jones as assist
ant secretary of Ihe Interior.
1. Kxlending thanks to the !!
dent for naming Hon. Kelix Marino-
aa a gpet l I t omnussioner to Ihc
South American republics.
I iH'iiouneiiig the lemotal
Senator Abelino llomero ol Siaorro
tounty by the llepiiblii un majority in
the stale senate, na un outrage and
an Insult to the people of Ihe elate
a. ltecominending to congress the
exemption of owners of unpatented
mining claims from doing annual as
sessment woik In IK II and unking
paits.ige of a special a. t of 1 oiigrcra
lo that effect at thla sckoIi.ii
g. Extending 11 vole of thanks to
Albunuer'iuo tor lis hpltallly.
live Itiwd Tax Again.
State t'hairman J. H. I'axton be-
ff It i not, however, interfering; in the least with u in il
mer goods we have a few very choice offerings at tre- )
We, the repicM-nlallte of the Kemocrallc party of New Mex
ico, In state convention assembled at the illy of Alhuitieriiie.
N. M.. on the 17' h day of August, A. I. 1M, tin hereby adopt ihe
We reaffirm our devotion to the principles of fiemncracy, aa
enunciated by Tho. nan Jefferson and exemplified by Woodrow Wil
son In their adaption to modern conditions.
The Demoi r itic administrations both national and stale, since
coming Into power, have Justified the confidence of the people In
trusting their affairs lo the direction of the Democratic party and
Tile reduction of the tariff hits been In the Intcresta of the con
ii'iier without Injury to the producer, and promotes competition
ami equalises opportunity.
The lie iioira lc national currency legislation la a guaranty of
financial fteedom to the whole country, especially to the weal. We
shall have no more panics originating in and dictated from Wall
atreet. such ag that r-; I SO V.
We commend Ihe foreign policy of the present liemocratlc ad
ministration. In the face of partisan abuHe, thla policy haa been
calmly pursued In the cause of humanity, with credit to this great
nation, and la conducive lo friendly relations with Mexico and cur
other sister reriuiill.s to Ihe south.
The trust proiilem Is being dealt with by congresa In a com
prehensive manner in sl'l'e of opposition manufactured by the fa
vored few, who would continue their power to exploit the people by
such methtda a wore used In wrecking the New Haven railroad.
. We hji e ImuJiili ftlth in. the lofty patriotism, splendid four-
Work on our new store front is progressing steadily.
It is not, however, interfering in the least with us in
waiting on our customers.
For those who are still looking for bargains in sum
mer goods we have a few very choice offerings at tre
mendous savings. We may have just what you want.
If you find it in our store the quality will It unsur
passed and the saving will be large.
Our new fall goods are arriving and we are making
some excellent showings for those who are now looking
about for the newest in fall styles and fabrics.
Special Prices on Wool and Coilon
Blankets This Week
mmmtmm n leswisi en i-im wwaaw" sei
uc atid' uMtllhchlhg 'defCrmmtrtli n of our great president.
We commend and endorse our faithful and persistent congress
man, Harvey IV Kergusson, In hu support of the national admlnls
tuition a. id his untiring effort In behalf of the people of New Mex
ico. In Ihe face of tlidl. ulties not well understood by the public.
Wo are proud of the record made by our governor, William
i". Mcfionald. for the firm, able and courageous stand he hue
maintained In the lace of a hostile majority of the leglala'. lire,
and Ihe manner In which he has. In the fight against him, prole. I
rd the people Irom graft and nliillous legmlation. and eHpeit.iMv
do we commend hla policy of compensation for county olllcials and
his grasp of Hie lax situation.
We favor reasonable salaries for rounty olticers. commensur
ate with the work to be performed, fulr alike In the taxpayers as
well na the ullhlala. We nlso f ivor a fixed, rinflnife sum for each
otllcial. with proper compensation for a deputy or deputies, as may
be required lo perform Ihe services for Ihe public, and to be paid
directly to such deputy, or deputies, so employed.
We favor the reform of our taxation system from nssewnient
to collet tlon. Including the creation of a tax commission, to the end
that the olirili 11 of taxation may be equally Imposed upon all 1 lasses
of property subject to taxation.
We fav or a libel statute, providing for the Justitti a.lon of the
t rill. Ism of the public si ts and iUa".:ii altnlis of persons upon
grounds nf good motives and Jtistirt.toie. end In both civil and . run
Inal cases, and with nil other possible safeguards ngumst pohin.it
prosecutions under such statute.
We favor the enactment of an t ilt, lent direct primaiy election
law, whereby in Ihe aele. lion of candidates lor olllte the will of
each cllisen In the elate may be expressed.
We favor the . nactmeiu by the legislature of an ellb lent flec
tion law patterned after the Australian ballot, but so framed and
designed an to meet th" special conditions obtaining In this slate.
Heltevlng that Ihe rule of the people should ne thr supreme
law III every flee country, we favor such legislation and such
amendments to the elate constitution as will enablr ihe people at
Ihe ballot box to paas upon Ihe acceptability of all laws Intended
for Ihe government and control, and therefore, we favor the prin
ciples of Ihe initiative and referendum.
We favor a more coinpieheiislvc and effective cortupl prac
tices act lo protect the pur.iy of the ballot.
Mindful of the historic record of the liemot r.ttic party us the
ever ateadfaat friend of the mases. as distinguished from the
special interests, we here declare our continued and unfaltering sup
port of Ihe cause of labor and pledge Ihe legislature of this stale,
w hen we shut) control lhat body, lo enact silt h Just and reason
able laws as haie for their purpose the conservation and welfare of
the actual producers.
We favor the enactment of a law providing for a special svs-
lem of arbitration for Ihe settlement of dispute
and labor, authorising the governor to appoint a
We favor the compilation and loditkatioii of the entire body of
our statute law.
We ai in tavor of one doltar per capll.i road lax inatead of
threg dollars a now provided 'oy law.
We behev, it Is the duty of the slate t" educate lis children
so lhat they sb ill become an asset to the elate, insteud of a lia
bility. Thereli ie. we favor Ihe enactment of Just and reaa.inabla
laws, looking to the greater progress and beitermeiil of our public
school ayst?m. and especially to the end that as nearly as may be.
equal opportuniileg for securing at least a common school educa.
lion may be given to 'all Ihe children of all the people.
We favor the deposit of all public funds In any approved bank
or banks of the county in which Ihe funds originate or
deposit ofTerlni; the beat rale of Interest, auclt deposit
lecled by a sutety company ound.
We favor a law requiring thai all contract, wherein Ihe amount
Involved Is in excess of 1300 for public printing and for public Im
provements in. Imling the improvement or construction "f public
school huildinxs shall be .uOuiitted for bids, the same to be let to
the lowest ami best bidder.
We favor the enactment of a law readjusting th fees now
required for re ordlng written instruments in the ulll. es of the
W oppoe the amendment of section J of article 10 and sec
Hon 1 of aiti.le i of Ihe constitution of the slate of New Me: o.
proptuted by the llepubll.an majority In the stats legislature, as
being designed only for the political purpose of Increasing the fre
quency of elections, and as beuig productive of no good result.
Ws ounoae the amendment of article I of the constitution
lbs stale of N Mexico, entitled. 'Taxation and lleienue," pro
posed by the Itepubllcan majority in lha slat leglslatuie, aa being
designed lu open the way fur further taxation abuses.
lu be pro
tin 11 the resolutions committee had
not toiupleied Its sin k. The Interval
had been occupied with marching be
fore the motion pi.ture camels and
with committee conferences.
The credentials committee not oe-
Ing riad.v, Mr. I.ucero of Sun Miguel
ruuntt moved the appointment of a
eommltlee to Und linternor Mclionald
and invlle him lo a.Mirss Ihe conten
tion at his convenience. The chair
named J. i. Hand, W. II. Smith of
Heming nnd Sacramento llaca of Mora
lo And the governor. In the mean
time on a second mm Ion by Mr. I.u
cero, Hon. I'elix Marlines of K l'a"o
itn escorted to the stage by a com
mittee composed of Senators Kvnnt
of Ifoosevelt county, Judge Hu hard-
son of Itoswell and Mr. I. in cm. Mi.
Matlinex, a veteran of many tonveti-
turns, was greeted wilh a storm of ap
plause. He aald in part:
Mr. Manini's's Addrew,
'Many, many of you do not grasp
lb' history thai vou are making In
thla great city of New Mexico, but I
say with a great ileal of prule lli.it
there la a feature hi this convention
today that I have never seen In sny
contention In liny glnfr, Vou have
but two nomlnnilona to make, the one
conclusively understood, that you de
sire lo honor your present congress
man: the other one that ou shall
nominate a member for Ihe corpora
tion commission. Now, we ask our I
fellow Republicans, we ask our fellow
lieiuoi rata, We ask our fellow Pro
gressives, we ask every other state
in this unmn. did you ever see a
gathering of men thai Would pay
thousands of dollars to go hundreds
of milts, with no other object, wilh
no other purpose, but to stand by the
liemocratlc principles lhat they are
now advocating. There Is no room,
my friends, for criticism. They hate
not come here they can't say lhat
anybody can say that lo work for
anybody for oflhe: then what have
they got lo guy; Hint you came here
as good cltlsens of this great state,
that you came here as great Iiemo
(rata of a great state, for tho purpose
of establishing a greater and greater
Iicinorracy within Its bounds dem.
onstratlng the lad that you, as Hem.
ca rats, not for olllce, not for any -botly's
Interest, but for the Interest
of tht great state of New Mexico, and
for the Interest of the business pro
gress of New Mexico, nnd on whose
expense did vou come here; has any
one arranged lo pay your expenses to
como to thia convention T Not one
dime, every one camo on Democratic
money paM by Individual Democrats
tbemselvea. Now. I. as a Democrat,
can sy thai I am proud, and you all
should he lr..ud f this great dem
onstration nf patriotism of a great
proof of true Democracy.
"Now, I am going lo tell you, my
friends, also, do you not feel thai you
have greater reason t" be prouder
of your admlnlstra' Ion than any other
administration. either Democratic.
Kepuhlicnn or what not: I don't ex
cept the greatesl Democratic admin
istration or Republican admlnisra
tion, or federal administration. r
Whig, or whatever name, the adm't
1st rat Ion ol Wootlrow Wilson has be-n
the mos, wonderful of all. the most
wonderful brand of Ivemocracy In the
history of the world. Not the mere
hi.tnr, of America, tne souin aim
ihe north; nr the history or i.umpe
..f Asia, of Africa, but In Ihe history
r il.i. world Your presiding Ul
cer had occasion to slate here today
terv properly, that for all the good
reasons he gate Ihe Democr.e de
ci .is to win hihI tne aumuiiHi rui
of Woodrow Wilson has not only sav
ed Ihe Democrat y of the union, it has
saved the Republicans of the union
also. I for one did not think that I
would ever have the opportunity to
live In such a time as nou. I had
a : I
By Taking Lydia E. Pink
Clevlnnil. Ohio "My left IH
fstlned me so for several years lhat I
eirtel to have tt
undergo an opera
tion, but tho first
hot tie I took of
l.ydio K. Pinkham'e
pound relievo.! me of
the paint in my sida
and 1 continued lit
use until I Itergm
regular and free
from paint. I hail
asked several doc
tors If there wat anything; I con II
take to help me and they tnid th -re
was nothing lhat they knew of. I am
thankful for such a good medicine and
will always (rive it the highest praise."
Mrs. C. II. (iRtrtlTH, 7;f Madison
Ave., Cleveland, Ohio.
Hanover. Pa. "I tufTsred from fe
male trouble antl the pains were so hail
at timet that I could not tit down. The
doctor adviatsl a severe oMration hut
my huxhnnd got me l.ydta L. I'inkham'g
Vegetable Compound and I experienced
great relief in a short time. Now I feel
like a new person and can do hard
t!ay work jnd not m'nd It. What Jy
and hnppincss it Is to lav well once more.
1 an always ready and willing to speak
Dgoo l word for tho Compound. Mrs.
ADA WILT, 19(5 Stock t, Hanover, Pa.
If IhPifi gra gnr mmpllcgllons yog
dn not understand write to I Hla t'.
Plnkhsm Medicine ('. (eonftilrnlltl)
Lynn, .Yes. Toar Irtler will henpeneg,
rrsd and answered by a woman gs4
held la ilrlct couUdenco.
not thought that I would have Ihe
occasion to witness the moat great
est Democratic administration known
to histoiy of this world. Kuropc is
wrapped up in war. oh, my friends,
listen lo my huni'de words; what do
you see wilh that Democratic admin
istration? Vou sev a mm in Ihe ca
met that is doing thintt lhat were
never dreiiml of in the h story ol
the past world at all. Would ! he.
possible that with a war as Import
ant, as terrllic, un unjust, an unciv
ilised, as Is now in Kurope. you eoi.ld
have an A merlin n that wo-ild tn,;e
Ihe throat of thai war and tell
Kurope, and tell the conspirators in
this eoiinliy, you ehall create no panic
In this country of America, you shall
not r""sirov the farmer and the indus
trial worker and Ihe i.tboier of A 111 1 -lea.
oil ahull not destiny lb banker,
the maniilai'turer or any other 111. 111
within Ihe conllhea of Ameriio and
In place of lhat tremendous panic
that Is happening In Kutope. we hav
peace, we have prosperll;.', we have
no panic oily ilup In that grra
American thai presides over the na
tion today, my friends. Whit h.n
the secretary ot the treasury an
nounced to the world'' If it lake..
every dollar within the treasury in
the I'nited States of A nerii .1 to pre
vtlil the panic In 111 - I'nited plates,
every dollar shall g" from that treas
ury. Now, my irieiid.t. that is
Amerlcinlnn. the genuine rue img
f Amerlian ell ireiii'b 1 p. lhat sounds
povvelfiil that Is powerfully eh live.
(CiHittiitioil on t'ngo lite.)
PEN a bank account, not alone for safety
and convenience, but for profit. You
will not only have the convenience of paying
your bills by check, but you will have a stand
ing at the bank-a credit. Some day, perhaps,
you will want to borrow money to run your
business. If you have won the confidence nnd
the respect of your banker you will be able ta
This bank offers its depositors absolute safety,
and all the accommodatiou tousisteut with
United States Dcposilo y
Depository A.T.& S.F.Rt,.
State National Dank
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO.