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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. SUNDAY, JULY 16. 1911.
morning journal (Official i r til Ww Mi a) "tibli-lutl ! I hi' JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. J.r HI K K l-AN J"H.i 1 H liii.i.:,i K H K ! f - . I, t...'--r . I ,i, .,r ,iv I J ,r,i(.f 4 4 M Kll, Mriitit Hailttiiie. Ifeini., III. Flrna ftvprfainll. K tl I'H K Mill P.4.V a lUrk Hum. V Urk. -, -n.l m' A ihuminiti. N l , t u.. i ti i. i;'i !.'. lift. lit .f i'-.rifr INK MOHMM1 JOIKVl. I THr I I IVI. KII'IHIKVS Hll HFMH NIVII II. kl I'lilK I IMi Tilt. I KIM . I'll. Ill 111). Krl'l HI IHS I'iH I All. Illl IVIl Till. Mllllli 111! NM'ltUMO ftKII WHIN 1HIVAHI. kll. II I ljrti rlrraUllea thus any lllr pallor III .Sw laVilew. I Im mnIi iM.Hr In N Mnira Uu aiery dat la 111 ?r. T I KM III M HK Kl- ION. ii)r, by in.il, "ll m-'Btrt l'aliy l' rairli-r, nni ne-n'll Ui- "1h .Hunting iiiHraiil kaa higHr rlr mUtiuo rating lama U ai-eiittlrtl la mnr ihr apr la i Uiil.-a." I lie Aatrl eas .Sawaeaiier tllrrlri. A I HI Wl IKMI I. NIW MrXMO KOinilMi TIIIMS. ' With rcalunatinu Willi h l almost Jinthetlc, the evening Htatewlile I'rmm .f Automatic Htntehnod views wllh rrave dlscourattemetit the chances of Commercial club ilclemillon "aldiiiit (itiilfhuor) greatly." It sadly desire-, to )eave the hopeless situation "In the hands of tt party that linn a record fur accomplishing things." It views with patient fortitude the Inevitable Inspect that "New Mesh-o will be forced to wait until 1 IU 2 when she will come In automatically." It admits, melnnchully, that "If we are ' have Ktiitxlinod we are t have preiioua lit tle, to do with If "ml tlmt "down her" presumably at the statewide of fice) "we know Utile or nothing about the- ri'al status af affair a' Washington; and "tlnit we " l'V muddle lli m waters wllluuit K(ttlnKlhi lioat any rloni'r to lmr." Wa nra nillinR to rnni'oile tlmt t'i' fvi'lilnit inpT li Im-i'M niiulilllim III watra ant rmrct tlmt It I nniilik to make a InnillnK; iirlinmly iluniit tha InHpnuoumni'M of tin illm IhIiiht uf any knowldriK of It"1 ri" alatua of affalra at Waxhlmttnn, ami wlillo wf ailmtrn Ilia trimtliiK lrlt with ulilrh It wlhp to loiive tin- wlioli innttiT to tha "party that ha a rworil fur m' Comllhlng; thlnna." wk cnnnnl help rpiuciiiln'rliiK tlm fifty yrara of thin Momplii'hnn'nt a It ri'lala to Nrw Mexico. In fact we arp appri'lu-imlvp of h'livlng itnti'hooil to any party; It haa licn left to pnrtlia too Ioiik. Wc rHrot rtci'l'ly that the ovi'hlliK oruutl 1ooa not approvt1 of Ihn effort of tha pimple, of the hiiKlmna turn, ami pi'i lully of the cmnim ri lul rlnlm to hrlng prmire to henr on coimreKM at thin time; luit It la (no lute to inenit; tha people hava already Interfered with the 1 1 1 1 1 it ti h und we auppoxe there la no ru-l ji n II now; If we loae 1hn people are to hliiine fur not h nv ln the pulllli limn ulnlie. We have al ready pointed out their foollNh linle neaa In gi'ltlnn In the way or Mr. An (lrpwa. Wotlliel have the people to iPi with alatehoml, anvhow? Jnnt to inine dnun to hriixi. tiirkx, tlm eveiilnn paper ha peralatently, rimalatentl.v, larefully nml prayerful ly OlHii'iiriiKeil any nun i iiu nt fur liu iniilUile Ht ii 1 1 1 1 1 ii 1 all the way nlnni;. It hiiR atom! mid nlmiili now lur "im toinatU' atatehood" In oilier wonN for Indeflnlta terrllni IhIIkiii. The luleat attempt at expliinatlon atid dim our iiKement la iiliniit the limieHt mid weakest and moat futile we have evr aecn. We would HdviMe the eveninu JMiper that tr II IMI rherlMhea tlmse KlItterlnK, alhelt ehiHlve hlalewlde linpen hud heller devote lit eirnrl a little more toiMiiil the iiiIiiiIhhIimi of New Alexlro Innliad of trying to put on the lil'akfH; elKe ll may lie dooin fd to heroine only a terrilorx -wide or Knn, What In the i iiKiiiiiiien of the Kthlop In the Kliiilllnii pyramid '. The i ti i In il -1 1 1 ti I :t 'i,i Havn thill ainoke iii-l' I'liiiiiuii HU.immi a vear. it lui al i omiulttre I i m .it ex. pailly In the l"." of fuel illllii I fi. I Iv rnuailiued and puriU ,y u I wa.ned. I'hlludel- phla Xliliiki' iiieln at li iiki ,;:n.u(Mi, U'll. and t.i il'ii, iniii I ... added the additional . .. i i.r honn i' lean. " ilmei-i ill Inn.' lii l.nulaml n- dueti d liixlde and niiiMide ut London, allowed thai (he xllioke dlllioo'd 111 the air greatly in. ii a,.d the rttei t of heat on hum in li. inu.. 1 Hi r m the lust few .l,i. I'i 1 1 ij.Li., , mil ferial beiftllHi- In (he Ml all Niuoke imi i.i Mown nnv, and the doll Idoe of the Kky wax due luimli in iarliilex id touoke illlliin d ihr'Miah' It, hn h like hn Bel lal hianki't pn-M nie, I radiation and Ini iia.eil Hie heat. 'A hot )n r ".lap" K. nr.. hUa di vel inm lime at .vipiIii, Ti x , where II x claimed Itie n,oKt aifurenlvp move .d made hy nrieiilalx in nhlaln a ulnue In the Koulh a ml tun Ihikuuxx wax ,m Into full hwIiik hist week In- ihe ( har lerlng at Auxlin of n $ I tin , u imi roiu Jianv ly K. Koknxhlnm, a Japamxe. 31a In rntnuiaer for the Mltmi I.hhK imk )ioi tit Japan arid haa opened ofheen In Auxtln. The jiurpnxe In to rxporl ottoit to Axiatlc on tit r h through pnnce to b eatahllahed throughout fhe Orient. Thexe pinna follow the ieronal lt.it to thla country about n jearano of Ilaron Mllaiil, who atudled he cotton and th (. Inmlm-iix, ithi ic The r.i,ly r. i" i:e of ihe puliMe to ii ImI lur heti.T to nlth . .ml 1 1 i in-, tx a moxt !v:rpr -ii-ic and nr-itif Ing reult f the i,i.al! ai'.rniK utaie of public 1'liitin.fi i.ii healPi mailer. Tto people j nie rea. il ,ie. I i ( iiii. firi eill examples ,,f ihi. l.n t will readily oc cur In thii'.. who lull a been watchitiK pnl.lii' heall'i if K'ex inie of thee ix the re.etit i rna r k a I de trixlahza tii.ii of pal. in opinion on the common drin kin-i up. nii.ittier x the equally iiii!d .r..tre-. il t tic e.ioipaiKn actinxt inei t i .it rn r of d,- axe and expri tally of flu x Thee p.. i he lwn aux liiK anriin inn e am! d;-fvixt to all cU an lv -minili-il people. ,.x will aa dixtrilint irnf ili-iasex, or iiMurlex. Jf anyone bad predated tin warx ki tnat great Amerii an newxpaperx and i nip utganl- ratiniix wuiilil maiiKi rate a iefjnit ciimpaiifii fitfii ti. t fh . he would hav been ri'K irded H bop. leiedy vlxiun.'try. Vet the Amen, an Civir AxjaiK'lat ion li.ix fwtaldixhed a ' 1 riv-Kightlnir Com mittee. ,a reptiiited an article on The H'Minf l lv ax a Carrier of Iix- P4 from Hie Ann lx i.r tne American Aciidemv uf I'ulitii ol and Social Sci ence, imx dlxtrllnitd Inxtrtiotlona on how ! i iiialin i an anil-fly campaign, ml tiax xent out a xpeclnl bulletin ntltleil "Kill riiex ,t,ol Save Uvea." It ix purely a prnmlxinK indication when barned a body ax the Ameriian Academy of l'olltiinl and Social Sci ence l oiixiiieix an Miticie on the houw flv worthy of a place in Itx periodical. Accionpain lug the literature xent out bv the I'lv-I'lKlitiiiK Committee of the American Civic Axxociallon ix a reiuext that all peran going to xumnier re xoilx write th" proprietor of xlilniner rexort hoielx. niaklug definite niilrlea ax to health condition. at thexr place. The danger of xomnier resort lli-ii'ti- ler of Infeetlnn Ix i eiogiilned Many a local coiniiilxxioiier of health hn earnextly and xuci exf oily striven to eradicate tvphnid finer In hi city only to find each fall an outbreak of dlxeaxe following Hie return of xiimmer rexort erx, who had become Infected (luring their day In the nnintry by dirty water or milk, tinwaxheil' vegetable, file or other meiiiix by which typhoid I distributed, A t'H AK (K A M TTOII. Certain learned men of Ihe medical fraternity object to the uxe of the term "crank," an American colloriulallxm a applied to person, and propoxe to auh xlltuti' for It the word "nuitlold," bn cauxe the word ha a hi tter origin and a better meaning. The dictionary define a "mattold" a n "monomaniac t haractarlzed by stupidity," while a "crank" Ix defined a "one who lack mental balance, a peraon given to cnprleex, crochet or vagarlex; a mildly affected monoma nia''." Oliver V.'endnll Holme gave the word a different Klgnlflclince, lie mild: "A crank Ix a man who doex hi own thinking," and add: "There never wax an Idea xtarteil that woke up men out of their stupid Indifference hut Itx originator wax spoken of nx a crank," Hut the word la Itlxn rtxert to describe mentally iinhiilunced persona with criminal propensities when it generally carrlrx the ipialirylng adjective of "datigi'ioux," a without the criminal propensity Ihe qualifying adjective would ho "harmleas." Now the term mattold, It Ix xug gexted, could never he applied to n criminal and could never mean any thing worse than a hobby, tt the doe lora Interpret II. one man ha a mania for dog, and aume women for rat, and they may, therefore, he called mattolds. A person who love the concord of xweet Honndx without the ability to produce ihem either vocally or liixlin uieiitiillv may he heard to say: "1 am a crank about music," moaning thereby inereh lo Imply a fondness. I'nder the revised rending, nceordlng to the iloitnrs. It would lie more proper f"t such person to cull himself n. mattold. In like manner the baseball ctilliii' --la.it so generally referred lo iu a fan" should be called a niatloid If. Mleinl. "Kan" Is merely a colitriu Moll of the word "fanatic," and therefore does not fit 'he c,'i, AxxiiiiiIii, thai the fan has a mania lor baxebch we should call him a mattold. hut the llxt person to do that might beat he cure fill ind to do xo on alight ni iiiuilntani " or without being prepared for the i oii xeilteneex. Tin: out MMHIT. If any demonstration were needed Unit the nl, lime "A lbliincrilie Way" I i oinliiK back, t wax that meeting of properly owner at the Commercial i luh diitliiK the week to lake up the matter of paving the atreeta. Tl Id spirit of get-together still exists and It nlwaix win lo the end 11 will win pax i d sll ci-lx for Alhiuiucripie. that hlie mav take her pla. e In the Irmit rank ,if the progressive munici palities of the xolltllWext. Some hexl lam y still exists on the part of u fenr propeily i. wiiei; they have, however, promised mi u actively oppose the prop.. -Iti. in; later they are sure to fall in line and the ptiving uf Second stiiet und Central avenue mav he re u.iidi I iim an assured tact. In lew or the fact that the l!0!t law presents many difficulties iippar eiillv mxapi table at this time, the idea ot haviiii; an advisory commlitee of i t ,..-1 iM (,, ro-opeiale with the i oiMimil appear to be the moxt feas ible vvav out. it ix to he expected that be council wii promptly pa the oe. i xxaiv resolution, m response to the petition presented, and advertise lor bid Immediately. Albiuiiieripie's position us the leading city of the MMithwf.it demand that slip have pv. ed streets. The present season Ix an iitianKweinbi,, argument for them; ror a month our main thoroughfares have been sl'uiirin of mud. Kvery dollar spent for paving will add two or three dollar to the value of the abutting property. Alaska has a mora wavo jdipply, anyhow, reliable, cold rime m tiif III l Til IT PA YS TO ADVER TISE WHAT OTHER STATES ARE DOING i ' Id Virginia 1' Ax-rii nlture and sum of j,i""""i a bv the ilepailni' ,,x Itx .lepar'meiit of Immigration. The y.ar tx appropriate" . nt for a.l erlixina alone. The ried on ui iinmiaralion m k I car part of the department work Mr. ', W Koiner. the null- mixsioiier. mm. Ax a result of our Immigration work about two million dollars worth of fiftm were xold lat year to par tie fiom other Mat' and countries. I ha, u report from a county a few ti.tt ami which stated that this coun- irv hail XI. Id nor lille huilllred f.irllixj to pm tie. outside th'- tHte. We have I done very little oloiuwi t ion lor the! reanon that we lack money for that j purpose. Il ix the practical way to: locate foreigner, however; in inn. the only practical way." Tin com mlxxioner. with '.,ioiii for advertis ing alone, and with all the machinery ot a well i.rganized agr;' ultural ib' partmmt. in a rich, thoroughly de veloped state, mill needs more funds to make Ins work mo-t effective. Vet iw.. million dollars worth of farm sales to people from other atat In a xinirU ar ix n"t so bad in the way of rextlils. Ui.t IrKliihi. Thi slate ha no Immigration or i.iiblii liv ilei.srlilleiil . luit that it- people realiste the lmiortance oi con centraied state effort toward adver tising and development, hax been shown by the organisation of the Wext Virginia Hoard of Trade" an organization in whiih memberxhlp coxtx I0 a year. All the live otns In tile state Hi" member and It la xpretidliig Itx literature brond cast, .'low lolly the West Virginian real ise the necessity of advertising 1 in dicated by the following on the back of the annual report of the 1 rd. "Kvirv West Virginian should re flectthat his states profit Ix his moill. To learn what will profit tils slate he ahoiild know what I profit Idaho, lug other states-I 'regon Washington, Colorado Instance What make California, for these atatex loom large on the horizon and hoiu out the profit lure to distant labor and capital? One word answers Adver tising What it has done for the west it will do for West Virginia. Shall we continue to buy In other atntes thirty-right millions of dollar worth of farm product annually, while we have six million acre of Idle land? or shall we send a clarion call acrosx the continent that will make the world listen while we tell the tale that will lempt new men and new money to Wext Virginia?" The business tnterext of the (date have answered by hundred. At the bottom of this call Ix the ending. "Ak the i.l Virginia Ix-gUlalnre." And the secretary of the State Board of Trade, Mr. It. H. Naylor, aa s : We have In mind a plan for the stale In which we hope lo get the alate government' co-operation. We tried to do thla last session of the leg islature, hut failed owing 'to n Sena torial muddle, to get through a hill providing a $10,000 appropriation t" he available when we provided a simi lar sum- We are going to hammer away on this line and believe the plan will' eventually win out." If H"' hoard Ihe advertising matter Is any Indication It surely will. THe Carolina. Itemarkable rcmittx hnv he'll ac complished in North and South Caro lina by state appropriation Ur immi gration work. In North Carolina an Immigration commission was conduct ed lor several year, directing chiefly to aeciuing foreign Immigration. It was xo aucceaaful that In 1900. the law waa repealed, the state having nil the foreign Immigration it desired The advertising and publicity work tx n.nv carried on through the depart, mcnt of agriculture, which Is devol- Ing llx effort chiefly to tne eoucii- lion and iidvencenirnt of the people now In the state. Stm I li Carolina, also has discontin ued Its foreign Immigration work, hut continues to conduct one of the lurg esl publicity department In the coun try, A recent letter received ny tne New Mexico Immigration ltureau here I rum Mr. I'. J. Watson, conimisslun er of agriculture, commerce and In dustries, who also conducted Ihe state's Immigration operations, Is "f interest. He write In part Under dale ol June 14. 1911: "I note your request for Information as to why this stale discontinued lis Immigration work. I'p to two years ago this department wax probably the hading department in the country dealing with the question of immigra tion, hut we no longer handle, Immi gration mutters. We do all publicity work, however. I beg to say thut the activ e work was dlsi ontlnued in the Ionian Held simply becaiiHo our ex tensive work In that direction had ac complished the main piirpiiHe, thut tills department had 'n Mow. Thai branch ol the department's labors was direct ed primarily to securing a degree oi uiIhtiIsIiik of the. resources ol Ibis slate that could never have been ob tained tn any oilier way. Il wax also dislxmd to lay a foundation of sub stantial people w bile by wi lting letters home, would be the means ot slarllnvi a select stream of Immigration lliis vvav. These things were accomplished politicians had begun to make a mountain out of a mole hill In regard In ov ei -flooding the (slate with Immi grants, and In order to pin a slop to Mils and stimulate the state work within the ennfima of the states ol this country, the department Itself had Ihe act amended to merely cut out the work for foreign Immigration. As you will see from sections 6 and ? of the lot enclosed, all the authority to proxecutu vigorous homcsi'i'kliic cam paigns is conferred and that work is going on with ever Increasing vigor. We had earned the foreign Immigra tion work directly ltbo foreign conn trie Willi braiicii otllces and the In coming people had begun to look to (hlx in partineiit a little too much for fostering care. In other words, things w ere in ginning tn snap a little ol pa ternalism, and evcr thing considered, It wax desirable to make the change just at the moment It was made. Tin eliectx lhat I have Indicated on may or may not encounter in New Mexico. Hut If oti do, your course will prob ably have to be about the same as ours hax been. Since the abolition of the extensive work In ttie direction In dicated, we have concentrated the most extensive work In our borders and otlur sections of this country; with the result that during the past ear the huge sum of S 3 1 .HOO.OOO was added, In one year's time, to the agricultural production of the state. Our de elopmont along all line tun? under full headway and has brought degree of prosperity and f jrs aso could not even be .Iimiii"! of " There is what int. diligent well upportej Imm tratinn and publicity hu don,. f,,r So: th Carolina, With about $.So.H"i a 'ar lor the work Him department produced n II the foreign immiKi tion the mate needed. It then turned its attention to the CniteJ State. ami add' d Jl.OHfl.iooi to the agru ulinr a production of the state in one year You are a young man now, and iimmt grasp the real significance of the noun 'girl." She ix a girl now. but will be a woman next spring, and she will not I'Tget the day you tried to trii her up. when you boys had a big laugh at tor expense. Idd you say interest? This divine creature will repay you with interest, my young friend, and then some. When sue is me In-lit- ot tne hall and ou lonK to dance with her. she will give you the frown lace, and you will wish to die. Always give her the glad hand, for she may be your landlady some day, and she will remember that pale, lavender night when you took her hateii rival to the circus, and when you went to the picnic with that pie-faced Hoxa fjenkins, whom every body said was such a bold girl, and wasn't pretty a bit. although she could wind the boys around her fingers any i.'il time. And don't you believe the professional bachelor when he says married life Ix a chestnut. The girls are Just as pretty and Just as good as the picture make them, and when you go down by the lake with her. when the birds, who know all about love glad-eyed, Kiddle love that nev er harmed anybody I say when the birds, are Just screaming with happi ness, Just take both her hands In yours and tU her the same big lies your pa told your ma, then you will he about as near heaven as ou will ever get. Marry the right kind of a Kiel, my boy, and you can make a safe bet that you have got a Jewel on roller gkap s for she will git up nights and make shirts at 46 cents a dozen, while you play fifteen-ball pool In the back room of a IHitch beer saloon. Only call her darling about twicp n week and you can successfully deceive htr for seventeen years before she finds out that she has married nothing but a slick. ' GAY P. C. PRETTY SHOOTING Governor and Party See Atmos phere Perforated By Shells Fired at .Unseen Targets 5,000 Yards Distant, Special CirrepondpBr to Morning Joarnnl) Ttosvvell, N. M., July 14 Mattery A field artillery have struck camp In the Cnpltan mountains, where they have bu n for target practice for the past week, and begun their march home. They are expected to reach here tomorrow at noon. Col. J. W. Wilson of the N. M. M. 1., who was In the governor's party, stated yester day thai the party witnessed some pretty shooting. The battery was In a ravine and the targets over a hill some fi.uuo yards off and hidden from the gunners, while Major Mc.Nalr and Captain Murray were on the mountain top directing the tire. The first two or three volleys were wild and the visitors were treated to n sight of the shells bursting six or seven miles away. The officers soon got the rnnge and the vhinlty of the targets w-ns literally torn to pieces with Shrapnel, The pantry of the Itosivell hold was burglarized Wednesday night and a i mi ti i it y of provisions stolen, amounting to (1.1 or $L'0. No clue to the burglar; has been found. IT I HOM Till. riU-'KK. Phrenologist "Dear me, your bump Of dostrtictlveness Is Very large. Are you a soldier?" Customer "No. I'm a chauffeur!" Sydney ISulletln. "Which would yon rather he, a poet or a musician?" "A poet. People aren't so liable to be disturbed while you are practicing." Washington Star. Sirs. Idler "Let's see! Wasn't there some scandnl concerning that I '.road -head girl?'' Mis. Chatter "Oh, yes! don't you recollect? She married for love!" Tuck. "Say. that block of stock vnu sold nie lust week has been going down ever since." "Well, why pose 1 sold it to you?" ord-llerald. do you sun- 'hlcago Hec- "Why does your daughter Sue go to the mountains? I'o get Into high society," ' lint why does your other (laughter Hello go to the seashore"" "To he n the swim." ltaltlmore Am erican. "How does your lawnmnvvor run?" Innulred Nexdore. looking over the fence. "It doesn't," replied Siibhubs, mopping- the perspiration from his face; "l have to push the blamed thing." Huston Transcript. Mrs. Loudtone "John, do you think a scarlet hat would be too much for me?" Husband "I don't know. I've never heard you In one." Life, Jack "l can't tell you how much 1 love you." Nell H'h n't you? Well, perhaps It's Just as well. Vou see I am engaged to Dick." Toledo ltlado. "Prison reform Is gaining ground every day." "Yes; I henr one of our penal Institutions Is going to have triiduntlng exercises this year.'" Washington Herald. advancement it.at five -GIRLS- . "y Jay i'. (. i FMMINB EXPEHTTO E Prof, W, M. Jardlne, Veteran Soil Scientist Added to List of Talent at Mountainair Meet. Secretary If. II. Henine of the ini- ; migration bureau, announces thnt he : has made arrangements with I'rof. iW. M Jardine to tie one of the s'ak lers at the New- Mexico 1 levelniini' nt conference to be held on New Mexico llesources lay. at the Mountainair Chatauqiia assembly next month. I'rof. Jardlne was one of the original workers In the dry farming move ment when scientific soil culture was first promulgated, and he has served tor years on various committees of the dry farming congress and in other prominent capacities. He is a thorough-going expert on both irrl nand and dry farming and his ad dress will be one of the most valuable on the program. Sohs By th Second riddU LKtilNS TO LOOK s If we would pave the streets, after all. IT IS IlKTTEIt to have boosted and lost than never to have boosted at all. WICKKliSHAM AM WILEY may both have a chance to testify in self defense. THINK OF THE water bills we're saving on the lawn und the tater patch. ii THE EVENING paper should se led cooler weather for an attempt to frost the statehood boom. THE CELEBRATED case of Wlck ersham versus Wiekersham will now tear the country up by the roots. "liCFFALO BILL" Is about to make his "farewell appearance" in Chicago. May he make as many as Bernhardt' A CTRL IN ELHIN, III., who fell asleep July 3, has just awakened from her trance. Think of the Sane Fourth she missed. THAT YOVNO COLT being sued for divorce by Ethel Harrymore seems to have been really too skittish for lUmble harness. THIS PAPER has always been for Immediate statehood," says the State wide Pessimist. (Business of loud and rude general laughter on part of titl aena, commercial clubs and others.) IF PrtOPEBLY nml diplomatically approached, Mr. Andrews might per hapa consent to let us common people help him get atatehood; but let us not seek to intrude. A CIIICAOO man after years of In vestlgatlon, has found out why cheese Ir served with the pie. It ix due to the fact thnt the restaurant man wants to get rid of the cheese. . WHEN A Lt'LLrioO mixed thins-s with the propeller of Aviator Atwood's aeroplane at Atlantic City the other day, the results were ns expected. The flight was postponed for a day or two. NEW JERSEY is going after the Hackensack mosipiltoes by exploding twenty pound charges of dynamite) in the meadows. One of the niosnultoes that lit on a rhtirge is said to have been slightly crippled. Zing! "WHAT HAS BECOME of old Cen eral Rain?" asks the Topcka Capi tal. We are clad to state that he Is in Albuquerque, having exchanged places In Kansas with old (leneral Drought. THE EVENINn STATEWIDE would fain keep the politicians away from Washington. Must have had a sud den conversion lately or perhaps it believes there are politicians and poli ticians. WE SWATTED at seventeen flies this morning using a hotel napkin, with the swat score showing 0. At which we found a little comfort nt finding a boiled drowned one in a 'up of coffee . "THAT OONZALES (Tex.) blind man arrested for selling liquor in local option territory ought to be able to make a most obviously figurative and literal defense." San Antonio Ex press. Was the pis also blind? 4M "YOl'R AVERAOE senator Is a hu man being." was the way Governor Curry expressed It. Like other humans he Is msceptlble to flattery, he It even In the delicate form of an appeal from New Mexico to use his influence for statehood. 9 HERE'S A OOOD one from Colonel Jack Albright's State Democrat; "Nes tor Jdontoya so far has fulled to re ceive his commission ns deputy coal oil Inspector Mr, Montoya can't under stand why the appointment Is so long deferred. Don't you know, Nestor, thnt most nil appointive ofllces are spoken for by stockholders of the eve ning paper?" , A medical journal says that mor phine turns a truthful person into a liar a liar so Incorrigible that If he tells the truth It Is by mistake. What a lot of dope fiends there are nmonc the politicians. Worrlment over decisions affecting American finance has not prevented Mr. J. Plerpont Morgan from enjoying himself In Europe knee pants and all. Journal Want Ads Get Results ADDRESS UT CONFERENCE Our and ?"e1 i i 'i'-S'ilifi :. jl sivfj-C""-!? : tll.mi.Ml.tlMMMMMUMH We Play Fair iln our prescription department we exercise the greatest care and applv the (ioldeii l:uh for we know Imw it would, feel if some other druj. gist were filling a prescription for us or some sick one we loved. y, . p. unit no fraud, no substitution and nodispenxtng of cheap a.l ult-raiP,j ! drug. And furthei more after w have fill.-d your prescription we u!i not bold you up for big charges, of course we make a fair profit then we won't r-di vou simply because we have the chance. I.KT I S l ll fi "MH I" NKAT ritKS HIPTiOX. J W. K. HAI KU. Phm. IS., Prop. Alvarado Pharmacy NOTED SOCIALIST TO SPEAK HERE National Organizer and Lec turer Makes Address Tonight at Second Street and Central Avenue, otto K. l'.ianstettir. national or ganizer und lecturer for the socialist party, will speak this evening at fec und and Central avenue. Mr. I'.rali xtetter has been state secretary for Oklahoma, one of the socialist strongholds; is a conspicuous figure in the political lite of that state, and is considered an authority on the practical and constructive aims of his party, as well as upon the char acter and tactics of its organization. SPECIAL STAMPS WILL BE NO LONGER ALLOWED ON ENVELOPE'S ADDRESS SIDE Slierlal Correspondence to Morning Jtiarnnll Washington, D. C July 14. No longer may Red Cross or any other kind of adhesive stamps except the kind manufactured by the Tinted Slates government and designed for the prepayment of postage tie affix ed to the atldress side of domestic mull matter. It may be affixed on the reverse side, providing the stamps do not in form and design resemble the ordinary postage, stamp and do not contain numerals. If the stamps violate this rule, or are pasted on the address side of the mail matter, the same will be returned to the sender if sender's address is on the package, otherwise it will go to the dead letter office. Such is the substance of a re cent ruling by the postmaster gener al. Inquiry ut the postoffice depart ment brought an explanation of this order. It was given out that during the holiday season of last year and the year before, many thousand pieces nf mail matter had been mail ed with only Red Cross or other sim ilar stamps on it, the sender evident ly believing that these stamps would pay the postage. It was also said that almost no foreign country with which the Ciilti'd States exchanges mail will accept tnuil matter If stumps other than the regular ones required to pay the postage are on the ad dress side of the package. The rul ing regarding the size and design of these decorative stamps and the pro hibition against numerals, has been thought necessary because the stamp business, that is, outside of Cncle Sam's, has grown to such proportions tha some regulations are necessary, to keep these stump from approxi mating the postage stamp In general appearance. Jesse A. Adamson has been ap- I 1 s I -4 v ? a 0j m m Business is Selling fm Musical Merchandise .. i;m: toiiw roi: ii;n: cvnu Learnard& Lindeman THK sgi'AHK MlSIC DFAl.Klls ,f Clergyman's Son ' Cured oi Tuberculosis s 'To reelect a cold, bronchltii. lurri. fcl or Consumption ia dangt-rout. v. know how proiia paopia are to deny Z hava Consumption. It Is a tlattenoji ease, and tha sufferer is tilled with br.,. hopes of Improvement. Call coniump'j by Its own dread name and then-ua Lckman's Alterative, because it n . tive In Tuberculosis. No on need iom about it ther Is plenty of vM4st. from live witnesses. Investigate . following: Amenia, N. Gentlemen: "Prior to Feb., lnug, I ,' located in Rochester, N, VM sufftri. with LaUrlppe. which developed , Tuberculosis. Hy physician tsave moa month to live. I was having terra, night sweats and mid-day chilli and. lng flesh rapidly, having gone from li; to 135 lbs. 1 coughed and raised contii, ually and became bo weak that waling a few feet exhausted me. On my relun home, my regular physician gave m Ui tle encouragement. My father, who j( clergyman, heard of Ecknian's Altiiv tive and induced me to take it. Tt night sweats and chills dlsppeare!, bh cough became easier and gradually . mlnished and in a few days I develop,, an appetite, the first In months. 1 u now in perfect health, back to 1S5 lu 1 feel certain that i owe my life to d,. man s Alterative. (Signed) E. H. COWLES. Centlenien: "I cannot find wordi n express my appreciation of what yotr remedy has done for my son. It ctmtiKii despair into nope wunin iwo week! t ter he began taking it, and without is, doubt In my mind. It saved tils hf. I wish to add my endorsement ti every worn or ins testimonial. (Signed) REV. J. J. COVVLW Pastor Presbyterian Churd Eckman's Alterative cures Bronthiin Asthma, Hay Fever; Throat and Usi Affections. Ask for booklet uf cured caw and write to the Kcknian Laboraton Philadelphia, Pa., for additional evidcM i or . bale by all leading druggiiiti ut Alvardo Pharmacy. A tbiuiii'-r'iiie, ev Alex pointed post master at North D Moines, I'nion county, vice J. C. Ma' tinez. Walter P. Cray has been appoint postmaster at Ogle, yuay county, 1). lingers. Maximo dp Guevara has been ip pointed postmaster at Jharilla, lit coin county, vice O. T. Thorp, dt ceased. The star mall service from Sant Ilita to Hanover, N. M hits been dis continued. UTICA NEWSPAPER STILL HANDSOMELY BOOSTING NEW MEXICO METROPOLIS Tho Vtica Press, of I'tica, X, T. has the following in a recent Issue: "Edward J. Martin of the lletc Martin, who is a friend of former District Attorney George S. Kloct and who carries on a regular corn lioniieiice with him, has received i letter containing a clipping from cut oi nie papers ot Albuquerque, X. M whore Mr. Klock lives. This clipping relates to the cool weather In Albu querque, and will be read with Inter est by I'ticans who remember Mr Klock. now territorial ultorney : New Mexico.'' Then follows the quotation from the. Morning Journal of a recent Item showing that Albuquerque was ll coolest spot on the map during the recent superheated term. Try a Morning Journal WantW Grows Hair and we can PROVE IT! HaNDERINE is to tie hair what fresh showers of rain wal sunshine are to vi-Rcation. It poes right to the roots, in violates and strengthens them. Its exhila rating, stimulating and life-producing prop erties cause the hair to grow abundantly long, strong and beautiful. It at once im parts a sparkling brilliancy and velvety softness to the hair, and a few weeks' Xuse will cause new hair to sprout all fv wci uic scaip. use n every uay mi Jf" short time, after wliirh two or three times a week will be sufficient to complete whatever growth yo desire. A lady from St. Paul write! in ubiUnca, aa followai "Wtieu I beiian uilng Damlorttie mi hair woulit not come to ui; ibotilileri mid now It la away below my tilpi. Anothar from Newark, N. J. "I have iieco lining DamierlDe rreie larly. Wbea 1 tint itaned to one tl I nml very mile tuir, now I have tin moat beautiful loon anil 111 lea bair Hiiyone wuiilij waut to have." NOW at all drulsta In three sizes. 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Danderine enjoys a greater sale than any other one preparation regard less of kind or brand, and it has a much greater sale than all of the other hair preparations in jhe world combined. Fraa To boweuirklrlendiriM ' ana. we will aenil a large sample froa h rtnru mall to auvnat )who itiuili lull tree eutipou lo Uii I k?Wrilt Trim niunratue rrt ,... aslUKd!4 ' j Chic.,0. 111. I with their Damn ami Idrcil ana II tin illver or aumpa lo pay poataaa.