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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1911. '
morning journal OffletJ Jrawraaaer at rw Hal) rata. ik JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. IX A. KACTRERSON PrMldtst itVM SLACK KiUflH Kdlr ft. dana Johnson Editor L H a Hi'ONiKir Cllf Eliu.r a S KATES) AdrvrUAtaa IUM C. J. ANKkaUM. Umo.lt BnUsiac Calcaf. B. Eaatera Bar.atttii AIJ-II Ml t UOAft, U ruk Voir, Kw Irk. ainl.wa u Meond-cUM maHif at tk ecmfric. .1 AlbiKju.ruua, N M.. uM Act at Coo(ra of Marc a, 1171. TH MORMVO JOrKNAL l THIS I EAKIVO fcrpl lil frt Of riW MfclUO, Bl PI'OKTINCI THE PIN. III'IM nf TIIH HKfl'lll l AN FAHTT ALL. THE rlHK. AM) THE METMI or TUB Rfcrt Bt.lCAN tAMtt MlUUi I re 1 mmm mini I tartar etrralaUoit Ibaa Mr ataar fpar m N.w M.iir. I ba ai la lira H.ilc lm4 .T.ry tr m um rar. ... TZHVS or StlMCEirTlOX. Cellr, tf stall. M month ..IS Dally, by omer. m oats. IM "Th Morning Jmraal bee hlaher lr- fatalioa ratio tha I mnmrr4 tm aajr eihar aapar ta N MW' Tha Aai.rt- aaa Keipavr 111 rettery. - -x. ALBtttlKEVB MEW MEXICO tii 10 it i:Ij lwsAsrr.H. The Ouadalajara Times has one. ul Hie most Illuminating editorial wa have seen on th real nature of the profound change In Mexico. This, pa per says: A man on horseback rode Into the Clly of Mexico on day in Novem ber almost thirty-five years ago, and people thronged their housetops, the streets and the plant to cheer fur him. The name man, how II years olu, w hite-haired and bowed In humil iation, left the City of Mexico at day light a (aw mornlnic ago and fled to Vera Crut, the aame rlty from which he ft out on hit triumphal march that November day In 117. From Vers. Crut ho anlled Wednesday for the old continent. Ilia Is the tragedy of the leader who has lived too long The man's name In Porflrlo Plat, To day there Is a new man on horseback In Mexico, whose appearance round the same" wild "vivas" that greeted Dlat thirty-five year an. While President Was did really rule, he did also really serve. His service ended years ago-ecept that the frul tit of It continued to grow In spite of him. The old statesman was outgrown. The ancient disease of autocrat the bad counsel of favor lies destroyed his usefulness. He did .not realise tlmt the. very nuclides of modern proa;rca which he had patriotically fostered made the old feudal privileges Impossible. Hchools Arid at 'least the principle of a free ballot I'orflrlo Dlaa had established. 11m had fine vision of his country's greatness. He encouraged material development He let Into the country and favored foreigners Americans especiallywho wero accustomed to democracy and talked It. All these things conspired against the evils of his reign advisedly, "his reign." In the perspective of history bias will stand not only an im Indisputably great man but as a good man. Not good In tho Individual tense. His toric development pays little heed to that, liut good In the sense of ad vancing tho progress of tho rate. It U significant of this, that the revolution which forced President Was to resign was of a very differout character from that which placed Dlaa In power. After nil, it was pret ty ileal ly a peaceful revolution which overthrew tho late Mexican govern merit. The phenomenon was noted and at first marveled nt, that with serious fighting going on In only a remote province, thu government at tho- renter whs Impotent ntid trem bling. It finally collapsed under ap rarenl disasters which did not equal altogether the burning of llaugor, Maine, n ml the casualties of three months on American railways. The real disaster Whs the slate of public opinion. Potential armed force In opposition throughout all the coun try there undoubtedly was. Hut pub lic opinion mo strong and so general that It did not need to take up many arms put out tho soldier who hud helped take Mexico from France ntid bad gradually turned It over to tho privileged few. It I estimated that there are 1 . r. o 0. -OuU. 000 paupl,. on earth, of whom T OO.uijU.000 wciir very scanty costumes and 200,000,00 have ho clothing t all. people lw object to the nude have a l.,iig Job uhend of Ilium, and tl lri minlner who laments h h an lty of local pnttlenats had better nol enter the foreign field. Patrick I'olunil'vs fancy, the con demned murderer awaiting execu tion, was "allowed the privilege" ot limp;rig a lascluill game i. dn,. field. Few men until :. well afford to take the I ii-U. l , y still awaits execution by 't e usual method. Mexico can pioliaMy manage to get u!ong somehow without Preshli nt DIhx. Vclicsucl se ins to k I ulong with fastro gone, Portugal does not appear to nils Manuel greatly, and Turkey has almost t Tuollen m, Abdul H.imld. Another run of Nafolemi literature l predicted. line of Napoleon's gieuiesis triumphs was the manner In which be enabled history and blog i.ihy to bold their own imin.t the In it sellers. Juares lias drifted back to a point where It Is not even discuss, d us u j,,)sll.. summer capital. VP TO THE PIX)PI.E. '"It Is a question for the people moot lntere-td to decide,' says the Denver Kepuhllcan on the statehood matter. This pap-r says: The senate ought to vole to let both New Mexico and Arizona into the union. The present session should not close without favorable action on the bill to let them oome In. This bill provides that the people of New Mexico shall vote on the question of making their statu constitution more easy to amend, and that the people of Arizona shall decide by pop ular vote whether they shall exclude from their constitution the recall of Judges. .Sew Mexico should vote "no" on the question to be submitted to its poople, and Arisona should vote "yes" on the mutter ef excluding the recall of judges. But In either case it is i question for the people most Interested to decide Let them decide It as they pleaae and take tho consequences of thir decision. It la not for congress to force par ticular constitutional provisions upon the people of a stute. It could not do It were the state in the union. It ought riot to take advantage of Its power to admit or exclude; a state to coerce It into adopting a constitu tion which In ahy particular yvould be objectionable to the people. It Is more Important to preserve unim paired the ri.'ht of self-government than to carry into effect any particu lar view respecting this.provlslons of a state constitution. It would be unwiao for the people of Arizona to retain in their constitu tion the provision for the recall of judges, ltut they will be the sufferers from any evil which may result from a refusal to change the constitution of Artxona in that particular. Let them go ahead upon whatever course they may choose, and let them learn In the school of experience what the wiser policy really la. ANENT FISH KTOIUE8. We have received a terrific calling down front the Taos Valley News ns follows: "If Mrs. Frank Ellis caught seven fish on Monday last, Frank Kills caught one, William Frnyne caught one, and both William and Frank caught one more than Dr. Koger, the i total catch being nine trout, how many fish did Dr. Koger catch?" The only answer merited by this query is that If the fishers mentioned couldn't tell any bigger talo about the catch than that, it has no place In the columns ot an up-to-dato news paper. Albuquerque Journal. Perhaps not, but somehow, in its In nocence and gullelessness tho News thought the truth whs ono of the things expected to bo found In the columns of an up-to-date newspaper, and Is both pained and surprised to learn from So authoritative a source us tho Albuquerquo Journal, often found boasting of lis rectitude and htghmlndedness, that an up-to-date newspaper Is expected to publlch tho ubundoned, weird, ungodly Ilea perpe trated by tho average disciple of our friend, Ike Walton. It lakes a flinty, yet exuberant nerve to attempt to put over a fisherman's lie even to tho unsophisticated, but to bo In formed by thoso experienced In such things, that to be up-to-date, a news paper must publish broad cast the gorgeous HeS of the piscatorial artists, comes with a sort of shock to thu un seared conscience of tho uneducated and uultlated. THF, JXrTTON M IS.WCE. Albuquerqy this week is giving u first class representation ot a stage snow storm In June: Tho floating cotton from the Cottonwood trees has become a greater nuisance than ever before and to many people Is a posi tive menace, to health as tho air Is so filled with the tiny particles that sufferers with hay fovcr and similar ailments are constantly afflicted. The expedient of planting non-ootton bear ing trees ha already been largely adopted to put un end to the cotton nuisance, but In thu mcanwhllia little work by every property owner would In a few days end the whole disagree able situation. A ladder or two and a man or twit and a few long handled tree trimmers would lop off tho cotton pods In a short time and nip the aholn business In the bud. If not this yenr, thon next year, some ac tive measures should bo taken to terminate the cotton storms. Itixisevelt thinks It would be a "calamity" If he entered the presi dential race In 1912. It goes without saving that there are a large mim her of cltlions with a grievance who Hill cordially agree with him. In Bwltierland they carry the prin ciple of elective offices to the point of voting for tho local schoolmaster and even tho local grave digger. As to tho dogeatcher, that gos without saying. Seiior Mudcro and the Mexlian revolution have reached the banquet stage. It remains for time to demon. strate whether Madero Is as strong an executive as he Is an enter of dinners. Would the attorney who wanted to charge a substantial fee for rei mull ing a mtsmatfii couple consent tc dike It In Installments terminable and re luinnblo at the next break-up? lieiliude Atltt-rtoti sees the emanci pation of women In smaller Untitles Which recalls a slogan suggested or certain surtrngeltes: "IJberty, Kqual Itv and No-Maternity." It Is not known in which state the Standard (Ml company of New Jersey will chose to reorganise, but It's a cinch It will not he Okhhoiu.i neither will It b Texas. DEM NG BECOMES Gil! OP HOIS Large Number of Handsome Residences Going Up; Com ing Season Will See Greater Influx of Land Seekers, tMnerlal Cem.pond.ar ta Moralaf loaraali Deming, N. M., June 7. While the "Windmill City" may still be aptly ap plied to Dcmlng, In the very near fu ture this, thriving and fast growing town will be equally entitled to the more euphonious name of the City of lieautifui Homes. That Doming Is fast emerging from the adobe and box like frame era of dwellings is evidenc ed by the large number of artistic residences which have been erected during tho past few months. The beautiful and home-like bungalow is taking- tho place of tho ungainly buildings erected before prosperity was established and many of Demlng's homes today compare most favorably with those to be seen in the large, model cities. Work on our sewerage system Is being pushed forward, and when completed Demlng with Its pure water, evences of temperature nnd sunshine, three hundred days In the year, will be an ideal city. From the largo number of Inquiries received by the Chamber of Commerce Mlmbres valley may expect an Influx of land seekers during tho coming season with the certainty that many of them will make their future homes in and about Dcmlng. J. E. drover Is working Into a good body of ore in his Excelsior mine at Cook'a Peak and expects to be ship ping ore within a short time. H. F. Dutcher hns settled on land fourteen miles south of Deming' and Is preparing to install a pumping plnnt. Mr. Dutcher has farmed for several years in Nebraska, but real-, izeg the great future of this section. C. M. Hranch, representing the Southwestern Universal Pump com pany, la meeting with success in the introduction of his pump in thla vi cinity. O, M. Sadler reports everything: In a most flourishing condition on his farm 4 1-2 miles south of Deming. Sam Schwlng has found it nocessnrj to put in an additional pump on his farm, awaiting the Installation ot a larger pumping plant. W. A. Kinslow, of Wagoner, Okl&.. is a late arrival, taking up 120 acres In the valley. V. a llUHs, of Portland, Jle.. huv Ing permanently established his fam ily In their new Demlny homo will now devote his time to the Improve ment of his farm land. K. 8. Hurt hag been remarkably successful In the raising of corn, tnllo maize and wheat on his farm eight miles west of Deming. Mrs. W. E. Holt und children left today to spend'the summer In Michi gan. II. C. Ely is to give a lecture with slereoptlcoii views, on the Maglo of thu Pump, at Mountalnalr, August 5. It Is rumored that an option has been given on the Khull property, of 4.000 acres east of Deming, to W. D. Murry. and that the land Is to bo Im proved, wolls started, large pumping plains Installed and a llohcmlan set tlement established. If carried through this will be ono of the larg est enterprises yet started in this sec lion, and it will bo of very material advantage to Deming. Louis llellherg has been spending several days in Doming making ar rangements for his extended eastern trip for the purpose of advertising- and boosting the lower Mlmbres valley. Mr. Hellherg will tako with him a large number of views, to UluBtratft big lectures, and bo will undoubtedly be successful n adding many now homcseekcrs to the valley. Mrs. ('. J. ljuighroii Is putting in a well on her desert claim at Came. James Kerr has Just completed a winning well on his proporty. F. K. Kiusbilry, of Kansos, has pur chased a quarter section south of Deming nnd wfll commence improv ing It nt once. o. A. Duncan of Oklahoma, has been muiln happy by the arrival of a car of household goods. K. F. Walhart has finished his well on his farm west of looming. Mrs, M. P. Steed and two youngest children have gone to Arkansis for the summer, H. W. Ktibanks has been called to Portland, ore. A lawn party will be given this evening at the Wamol home In honor of Miss Mend of Tucson. A I calling California Druggist. Pasadena, Col., March 9, 191 1. Foley & Co., Gentlemen We have sold and recommended Foley's Honey and Tar Compound for years. We believe it to be one of the most ef tlclent expectorants on the mnrket Containing no opiates or narcotics It can be given freely to children Fnough of the remedy can be taken to relieve a cold, us It hns no natiseat Ing results, and does not Interfere with digestion. Yours very truly, C. H Ward Drug Co., C. U Parsons, secre tary and treasurer." (let the original Foley's Honey and Tar Compound In the yellow package J. II. O'RIelly Try a Morning Journal Want Ad What the Editors Are Saying Hum Think Tank. A Nebraska man burned his wife's clothes to keep her nt home. They have queer ides In Nebraska. When tho bill comes in for a new outfit the Nebraska man will wlsji there had been less tn-at in his action. The man who thinks a nuinun will stay at home because her clothes have been burned, needs to hove .-"me repairs made in the gear of bis thinking apparatus. Taos Valley News. S-aklng of Excuse. A Judge in New York has decided that drunkenness is no excuse for bigamy. He should have gone a little farther ahd declared that drunkenness is no excuse for anything. He might also have. Indicated what excuse there Is for bigamy, anyway. Taos Valley News. Brilliant Itca-Hjiiing. Tha Santa Fe people do not seem to see through the little "easier-to-amend' 'scheme of the bunch from Albuqurque and vicinity. It's that 35-year, capital removal clause they are after. Paul. They want the cap ital in live years at the latest, and one of the first amendments of the constitution to bo proposed by the "want everything'' bunch will be the changing of the capital location. Just watch their smoke if that amendment goes. Raton Range. A Hot One. The Morning Journal asks in large type: "Do the women of Albuquer que wear enough clothing?" An swerIf they wear more than Eve did they are all right. The sand storms will protect the scantily drap ed forms- from the ogling of "Peep ing" Toms" and critical preachers. Cast tha mote (or sand) out of your own eyes, Rev., and look the 'other way. Raton Range. Everybody l-augli. Tenderfoot Inquiry: "Ii living high In New Mexico?" Yes, indeed; the al titude ', from 4,000 to 8,000 teet above New York level. Itaton Range. F. S. Rexford, 15 New York Ufa building, Kansas City, Mo., says: "I had a severe attack ot a cold which ettled In my back and kidneys and I was in great pain from my trouble. A friend recommended Foley Kidney Pills and I usd two bottles ot them and they have done me a world of good. J. II. O'RIelly, CAPITALISTS LOOK a field Distinguished Party of Finan ciers t Visit Colfax County Camp's" New Through Rail road Assured, (Special rorrespondenr to Morninf Journal Raton, N. M., June 8. A dozen capitalists. Interested In the promo tion of p. ' railroad from Joplln, Mo., to the coal fields of northern New Mexico, arrived last evening over the Rocky Mountain line from Des Moines in tho company's special car, and left this morning at eight o'clock for a trip over tho Rockv Mountain road to Ute Park and to tho several coal camps, where they will spend the day investigating mining prospects. ' he gentlemen comprising the party, many of whom tire from across the Atlantic, representing English nnd otho- foreign capital, are gen by tho Raton Kango as follows: H. A. Noah of Alva, uk)n.; F. Camheman, Peter Hebmiinn, 1C Oreenechekon, R. Mlchaells, C. P. Fulllngton, M. H. Hitchcock, D. M. Danclgncr, registering from Kansas City, Mo.; Imls Iloehlrr, J. R. Roy. nolds, C. A. Maees, L. F. Khulimaek er and It. Twist of Meade, Kansas. The first named gentleman of tht party has Just returned from Lon don. England, where he has succeed ed In sixnjrin.iT financial hacking to promote the constuotlon of the en tire route. The gentlemen present In the city this morning aro tiow en gaged in golns over tho line of tho proposed routo and seeing for them selves tho Inviting features of tho project In hand that Is now launched, with tho bona fide intent of carry ing it through to an ultimate com pletion. Tho projected new east and west lino already partially surveyed. contemplates a trunk lino with an eastern terminus at Joplin, Mo., and running westward to Alva, Okla., and thence due west to the coil fields of northern New Mexico, with Raton as its loglcftl westorn objective point. In speaking of the encouraging out look for tho imiiiodluo projection ot the neve line Mr. Noah says: "Every thing Is now in excellent condition for this new line of road. When our sur veyg and preliminaries leading up to the proposed lino or road were pre sented to the English capitalists, the Investors became nt once Interested, in much so that our terms were ae cepted. and a committee Is now In tho I'nited States going over the pro. posed routo. If the country through which the line Is routed will support It, the investors are ready to fin.inco It, - Just as soon as the papers are signed tho money is In readiness. The eominittoe is on a trip over the pro posed route this week. This lino means a road from Joplin, Mo., to Alva, Okla., from Alva, Okla.. to Oklahoma City, and from Alva west Into New Mexico. The Rest of lcliTeiioT. "Why did you leave your last place?" asked Mrs.- Hiram Daly of tho would-be cook. . "I haven't lift me lasbl place," re plied the applicant. "I haven't any lasht place to lave. I've been work- In" for meself for the past yenr; an I can recommend meseif to ycx very holghly." Boston Transcript. Journal Want Ads, Get Results, THU) ADMITS TIE SHOOTING AT TU QUE Murderer of Juan Peralta Con fesses to Using Gun; Estan cia Paper Advocates Necktie Party to Stop Crimes, Special CorraaMo4fK!e t Moralng Juanul Estancia, N. M.. June 8. The find ing by the officers of a .38-callbre bullet imbedded in the wall of the room where the murder of Juan Per alta took place gave the t'fflcers a bit of evidence which finally result ed In the confession by Eduardo Tru jlllo that he shot Peralta with a six shooter twice, the first bullet glancing off the temple and tho second pene trating the head. This confession bears out the statement of Isabella BUlecns de Mondrngon, who aided in the crime, and who is now held with her mother nnd Trujlllo to await the action of the grand Jury. It has been learned that the wom an's husband is a decent hard-working young fellow now In the employ of Antonio Halazur, sheepman. He has been faithfully sending hit wife his wages while evidently she has been in an Intrigue with Trujlllo. ADVOCATES XKCKT1E PARTY TO KXI TILE 4'IUME WAVE In view of the large number of murders which havo recently oc curred In Torrance county, the Es tancia News comes out with an edi torial frankly . advocating a "necktie party," to put a stop to the epidemic of crime. The "News" soys: Apparently a dose of hemp some times called a "necktie party" would be a good thing for the morals of Torrance county. Generally speaking the News is opposed to capital pun ishment. But having been compelled to record not less than four murders within tho bounds of our county dur ing the past six months, we re about In the position cf Peter Cartwrlght when he met the blacksmith and laid off his long coat and his religion long enough to whale blazes out of tne fellow. Not quite six months ago, or on December IS, Walter Gray brut ally murdered his niece, Miss William son, at Lucia. A few days later Man uel Barela shot and killed his father- in-law, Lazaro Lopez at Mountalnalr. Some months ago the Howe's, after having robbed the box cars of the Santa Fe, murdered the Bpeclnl agent of the road, thre w ing the body in a well. Then conies the most atrocious crime of Hll, wherein Juun Peralta lost his life, the murderers not con tent with having slain him, must cre mate the body. Too often a term In the penitentiary with a pardon al ways in sight is given as punishment, The Morning Journal Job Department a7 J Good Printing Sells Goods Largest Printing Establishment in New Mexico ug."Jrrr in - m ;j TTarrMfls. tw Upon the Strong Wings of Quality and Purity over fifty years ago "The Old Reliable" mounted to the top of the world's bottled beers toi never ending fidelity to Quality and Purity has kept it at the topits mildness and exquisite taste also helped io build its popularity. Bottled only at the ANHEUSER-BUSCH BREWERY St. Louis, Mo. C. W. Kunz Distributor Albuquerque New Mexico which it appears has not tho restrain ing effect it is supposed to have. Lesser crimes seem to be on tho de crease In the county for some time past, and possibly the stretching of hemp might have an effect on the greater crime. Iter worth a trial any how. Bishop Keane says "philosophy never soothed a sore heart nor cured a wounded one," and, he might -havo added with Shakespeare, never so much as endured the toothache patiently. Largest Printing Establishment in New Mexico rx - ..ex promptness, Accuracy, Quality WITH new type, new machinery and new presses is better than ever prepared to execute high-grade printing of every description No job is too large or too complicated for the Morning Journal Job De partment to undertake, and no job is too small to receive the most pains taking care at the hands of our ex perts. Prices on all classes of work quoted on application. Ad dress Morning Journal Job Depart ment, Albuquerque, New Mexico. a - f AC" t r , There was a certain missionary who was killed in India by an attendant His epitaph reads: "Killed by an At tendant. Well Done, Thou Good mi Faithful .Servant." Foley's Kidney I'cmciiy. Is particularly recommended for chronic cases of kidney ond bladder trouble. It tends to regulate and con rol the kidney nnd bladder action and is healing', strengthening and brac ing. J. II. O'I'.eilly. The Mornin Journal Job Department