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" THE ALBUQUERQUE MQRN1G JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 16. 1911.
morning Journal (Of Octal S j-r r.1 Xw Mellco) Fubdshil bj Um JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. ........ Pre Vat .... aUa.f'nf V ) K1H"f City la.l.r Aa-rtl.lii M r JtWE a FI.A. K . . B. DANA JOiNS'lN I M. Fi .-.cEIT . It a. KATKS WiaU.n j.aatatlT, 1 . 4 AMm-tN. ataraaatilS MuildlM. ialrafa. IU. K.WIH H Ml I 111, W M rrtt K. Int. Kntr4 aa bt, lvl-e'na mii!f at lha C-wl rfu-a al A (.ii iu.ni j, N M. act ( "oaaraaai f Mr a , II I c -w v . at. a- I'mai Hr NOKIVO nmtt. I" TH1 11 tl.u KH'IHIK lll r. muo, ai riiTiM thk i-himi-M thk hi-fi mir iiir . l L i. no ai im wt,tioii nriHt Kt. I HUl AX rami WUa.. TH. KK kikm r. larar TtrrkUtlM thaa aa atvr aafwr III . MnM. la MP" Mask ImH rr i . nt!r. tr av... m-auu hf tsarriaf, n mania -Ttn atM-i Jearaal ku a alga Hr ral.swa rail! thaa to a-a.a1 la ao alhrr aaprr la rw -iVc ' I a aYaaart- raa JiaaMiBr itiiwlart. Atm.ltllVII MEIKO tiii: vi to or rm.siii:T tait. President Tail's veto mr-sage ex plaining his reasons for disapproving the FI.mi.j statrhoo.t resolution I a strong document. From tin1 stand point nf ih opposition to th recall for Judge and as xpr.:r.g Mr. faffs well known a urn i lions, the message lt atralght from tin- should er and t"f riot mince words A It militate, fo keep mil two t. r rili'ri'S. h;0f a mill, em ambiti'iit. Am.ricurm iarr In rnjy the Hff lni of atJil covi'i nnvnt, tli fr.i-ili-nt'a vi-iii Is unfiiir al lo' not iii tUy t.ilrniMli!'HIi of n lildh on! r. T'i furthi-r m'lifi" nmvii tior hth ull thi rnuntry kmv he hil'l. tha ir-!ilili'iit hn lil'H'knl the way of th two re Mnt-a hikI U done tho nrBt Injiix'l.e in Ih.-lr -itl.n. His action i ill contract to tht of nrfi tinm In r "f cntir hohllnic t onv lotion iully mirdy anil dci p rootJ thn rnlli'nt, but who hv l.frn bi inoiiuh and I'roml anougii to roihorill their opinion tu th righu il a a..vT-in auto. If ili Ikiuho if riin-jtaiivoi by ttltnoKt iitianimoim volu unit th aon al( by two-thirds, holiln Unit th na tional KuvfrntiK'itt rnnnot ilict:!t'." to a atalo. tho tiplnlon of th 1'iiltffl i-'Utt'K ronRrps nhouhl rurry Jnct im much wainht m the opinion of WW limn II. Tad. Thi prfiiiltit hit on III to cat filiic stall hooil for thn tT rllotlcs for the miK of a p-romtl vlnilii .'illoti of his vli wt; tn w hut aver tho outcome, Uv pcoplH will lirolin lily rcmcmtur that hi mwll Intf to cli priv Dip t:iti of the fruiti of their half century fllit. to ":ivc bin farr. ' Tu repeal. It ilocfi imt how lrK' CHliber ittatesmuiiiihjp; Mr. Tuft foil Id bavp mailn hi" ponltlon no e ulronif anil unconiiiromitiltig ntul (it tin- aJiino time ncoKiiitcil the f .11 1 that it wn neither rinht nor proper to ilictut to Ihe cltid'iulilp of Ari r.ona whnt It Hhouhl anil whut It shoulil not put In its fundamental law; rei oKiilstiiiK thut nnca In ' union lh futiliy of ton h nttemrt' il tin tatloti wmtl.l he iminlfi ht. , Thin j'Upi r renpe. ta the priileiit' i l.livii tiuiia In the IlllUler ( tho re cull 1 1 -r JiiiUih, a most duiiX'-rona pel Invent In Ihe emren.e t an cillei populiir o iTimii nt ; 11 1 fiiiilciiiiin lu- 10 lion In 'l. ,r!lnn Arutomi nml Nv Mi'Mi 11 of tlilr oiiMiiutioniil rlithls on tei linn aliiy a n. fur tin wik of his nun n l.1..ifl ter..(. A to the local evening viiper nml Ihe other evpiMieniu of nltUe hoMliiK, (in. I C'flip ari-kioK lii New Mexico, mien orgnn being hiipplly narrf, hp trust they will lit t till the Joy ihcy ran out bf the tempuriiry defeat "( ntni.hoeil, the ( oiiKumnmtlon which liny mve mi ilexiMilly Mnhei! ami Willi h Ihev h;ie ti actively aoiiKht; Hi p.tper lii !,( runci rnt-,1 with the iri le of lh pleaiilelit tli.in with the acitiilt.Mun o New Mexico. The ln ilMiUoii nf Mr. Tad In i f less im I'ottanie In the bu-omsn iiil.icstn ot the tefrltiitv thiin nt.iti IuhhI. Krom Ihe f x ti xnevtia in niemoer con- r We beliet Ihe priiKvc lllc bntrhi for the pii-.Hie (.f n ri'HiiitloiU 1 limlliiitui the i-l-je. tionublc reciill ntul protei lini; the ilimnty nf lllc l l.SOlelil, i,,. fill tm mi, h u j rov- I"1 ' oiiikt npiiccr to the IochI uppoM- lien t. st;itcliou,. W II V NOT III lit 1 s i- a million ,i- !: us worth of llodacts ta-ing shipped out ol the 1'en.k V,.ll. thn. S.-.isoll. As the popi.lHtlon bf Ihe I'., os tall, y Is lel-uili.-ii- siuall, 1 oiiifan .1 to sc. lions ri.ilh. ; e.,st lids mis' a ,11 nice 1 noi. 1 1 lev 1 lll- tv- llllll i-tlet .lion II 111' lav. tnl- dn i.l i.il p. r 1 15 lainor in Ihe Km c,i south of All,, water sii,.v, inciiit ;,., ..in. I llll.ate, c .11 ita at s "i lh a b p.'it pi. r.pie I, b t. r tl-al !'y as j;.ti.il 1 .01. Ill l,, j s. I 111. oi ornbb let. icie than 'in th, l'e.OS Wliy should ii.. Ali,ii,oci the whipping 1 it of a niilli lars woith of products of the Ml.' be .11 llol Soll? 11-ui unini (.-,.,, ,g i,.. .. .l,.,r, re i.b r, is metcly the vii ishllig ut I teilh in the office id the etenlni; pa-i'"l. Astor his llnaiicee.-' !'er, w lii n three iispliini.' Job hiuiiers' ' read Ihe sad news Mint Nestor Moll loa had been appointed (ui, (., h. alierlor. OMV I MOM .V. Mim o-!van ieni.T tin th Mauritania r j -r.l at a ri of boxinic rnal-h ' n r,n th .:amr'a Jtt voir. s?vrai. who t nnr th rint-tJ. rl tiov! uri't criwhtte-l. or,I- Uyit Jown :h.r w.-rlt or ! in . r !-r I ap ptcud rttniv part!'Hilar!y r.t-at aaa. ami th unbi'i ; '"' "' n mtrn alitor 10 phil-phi fol low It la aucK lni!-ri! ss IhLa that a lmon.ah o of th h"pe!wng of th taa r thi. who would rnnk men nnJ womea prafLnlly a!ik in their I'UMima nr.il intr-at. Thy how us that ther t a i:reat arulf fixed bt n the fi-irt: th.it In pit j i,f verylhlri that an er l don, j 11. en nr m-n and 'n.n ore in tuoen 1 f 1111I1I the nl of tln. Iinavln inn n nttir: by a rma in whiih to clev.r boxers ar n jrnRd In loa.linn. dj Kirn;. felntin. c.uinteriiiK. atoppii.K ruh., -lever f.Mitwork on. I ihe bk- imaarine a man by u h a rinraid w ho spent th whol inn of the performance, aith tmlT an nornlonal Inlerruptkm, in playinic ailitaire' Wher. In all th world, from th rcmot.xt Went to a point f ir ust of Su, roulJ a ma!" person be found who 1-mjid K..:hly reiniiin unin tercMed In a perf.irmnc of that character n to a x tn opportunity to make out his pr. account for th prevloua week or anwer a few blteia with a fountain pen Can any ma! reader conceive of th poaHlbillty of thr belns fn e ixtence another male of full ax and of ami nd and illpoBin m:nd who could brinir himaelf tn whittle In th midt of a b-ixlng rnab h, with only tin occaaional g la nee In th direction of the rinw. or ta piiid the time aeWlliK on Mispen.i.r ivuiion witn a; matth It U not imt nun h . Kay that nothin except the threat of the xe-1 vi rest pnina and pnvlil.- ould In due a man even to undertake ti do nnh a thlr.K' And even if h sue de. I In pin win; aolltaire or ae- ina on auv.peinl.-r button (lining th contt, It l practically certain he would be a nervous wreck fit the end of it If a rourt of competent Jurisdiction In thi courtry were to condemn a man to do what those ladie did vol untarily and apparently without a thought of Ha wonderful nnture. there ran he no quention that the upreme court composted of men w ho undermnrpl niaaciilina fcellndt, would aet the sentence aside on the Rroiind thut it Imposed a "cruel ami unusual," and heme unoonMitiitionul punishment. Puih a pine of news offset any quantity of urKument Id favor of women an, men doing the same thltiK. having- the same tdeus and In- t.rcKt, belnw in a word, prii.tlcnl fiulvnlcnt of each other, in all the various fields of 'human endeavor, from the home to the realm of pol ItliK. For It Jiowa hoiv de.ji Into charai ter hoc the division of sex. Hlttlmf by a riliK.tide crochetiiii;' IteadinK Mtidi nov.-N white two lUhjetie younn men are limding neat ly and with rapidity on each oilier' person! The perfoimane. certainty show what wonderful things women raa Ho even When they are not trying ta dn unv thlnK m all. IIF. Milt. NOT UK Ml.l'.VT. "Win 11 the time come to name Hie man tor the presidency," says William Jennings ltiyan, "1 shall not he silent." Mr Hrt an' announcement will not cans., any remarkable surprise Mo.t of im w.re tolerably certain be forehand thnt he would not be silent Can It be possible that this state ment from the Commoner Is a reply to some veiled insinuation thai he would be silent? I there any one who would make such a rash prediction? Was he rot known to be silent " Mr p.rtan sa he Intends to de vote all his time for a while to tind liiK out things ahoiit the democratic candidates, lor the presidency. We imagine- his lime will be well occu pied. There are many things he is likely to find out about them. Sonic of his disioVerlcS Will doubtless be painful. It is not Improbable that j me result ot lim researches will be disappointing; and 'hat as usual he "ill anile i.hntaiitly ! the concii sum that th.-re Is Mill only one man III the piutv with whom he feels sale III trusting its ilestiiis Y, J. Ilry.in. Ant how, our private belief has been tally confirmed by Ins staic nicnt that be will not be silent. We kin it. Admit a Toko had, to n degree, that suate and eiiraplnir poptciic-s. thai an. ic.it. p. and mollifyim; dispo sition whiih Is the national inane - t ristic of the Japanese. He declares that h:-i country wants only pea. e good win , )(.r relation with I'nil.d States. We trust Togo and the has n. I tinted too much hot air with Ins "in crsatlon nnd mean what he tai v We are pleased to note that 111. ci'iiltig paper, much a.ainsl its wilt, ha sit lis -I come to the point wh, re It admit, th.-ie may ,0 a chance for New Mexico to come Into the union automatically. This is a most hand- some bid it and remarkable concession mo-t hurt. Was il a typographical 'error mien the Morning- Journal printer 1 former ilia.l.' the betrothed of Col lohn i ,.!''-. the " 111 should f,m n.nis 1 aiiy a gun in that peaceful, prohi bition HoMicli; M;lMVs i.i"P i:llv If N.n M-.o 1? "-it lofk a.v Artist Is o:t.K t- :vr v in th r.ir in th ma"r itt.j rnads. The . Utr trritory 1 ra .-..V,v hrirrin? to and s-'.uth bi-h- ton.plton a rorth h!l"e,tl tle th i'rcl l'.u.-. whii h tri-re M-ii' .i ti r.i- r .. f:-1 11 "f th Ct-Ioradu r. I- H of v.;n- try uni-..rr. -.! f-r M-f ni.- p ra n!- r rn hnv-in, c c in th ne?;. r iiiomot.i;.t and 1 county an, 1 i.n opra!:r. no! e.-rv bu r.c man. I ; ;i. ia;s. are o rth!iias;stal'.y to tnak Ariion.i ' th flr.t in th gresa th. are Ii.tUl.nl.il it 1 r. .ad vim n of . v i.r: !. and th pro nuikiMc i furprlMt.a:. i un.ier-nv.d that th Antora K-. l r-.j.! t,, -r.-.t.r.ar vmIi N- ipAote.s yr -Mi.... b put- ng suli.-taiit.al impr... menu on Ihe trmis. ...ntiii. nt.il hihwav through the Whit.- in. .i, nt. an ...iiiitry to the NeW M. Xi. lllle. The r., 11:111. -r- 1 il thib of the little town of Wilii.iins went after the e.iiinty sup. rv i-ors th i tber day andj'e v l-M.k away an nppr...rutt:on of " "t thtaiisHtid it!. vi its. r r imprownK in road to the tirand t'ai.ont a easily aa M p.ir. tiiu- .nf.ir.ta fr.nn confec tion, iv. In In r t I road amtutiarn which is of corr.p.vrat.vely recent origin. Arli..na is i vims a demonstration of urbanized and enthusiastic teamwork ai.d .uhli S ir.t which ahouiJ stiin- lUiate us li.r.. In New Mexico; and we hate 11111. h more ti s.iln from rush- . 1 . -u 1 I ln; betternn rit on the road throuKh ! this trjriiory tor the reason that It I a link in th ureal transcontinent al M M. m and there Is no limit to the traffic .1 will secure. A little more of the Ariiona spirit will help, an, 1 now, with a season of heavy ti arisi out incntal auto traffic opt nine, it b. hooves New Mexico to .se 11. 1 tunc. VK i: AT AW OST. Fi nn i. o M.idero, the apostle of oopul.-ir Kovernint lit un, freedom in Mexico, must r.-ul.ife more and more hi trotibh im rease nnd th fo thickens that an old Kentlcman nam ed Torfino Iiaa, bad considemble wisdom Hor. d away in his brain pan of tin alleged despot and oppressor. M ob ro ha decided to "secure pence at any cost,' to use fore of arm to. make hi fellow revolutionists lay down their arms. With candidates for president aprlnmn up in every du-trti t, with half a donen factions at each other's throats, with (oiiimene and agricul ture still d -moralised and every slate torn by strife, certainly It ha bc-ii demonstrated that nothing but I'iai measures and no one but a man with the caliber of Iiiax tan umfy the republic of Mexico. Olax may have 1ukk) hehlnj the march of progress, but even at that he had a pretty fair Idea of the kind of a mailed fif-t that is necessary to k.-i his country in a state remotely r.-aeinbllni; peace and order. t HI.Mll STMITS IT. As a dins t. Immediate result of the New- Mexico Development Con ference at Mountainutr, the Com mercial Club of Carlsbad has" taken steps to conduct for demonstration and advertising purposes alone, a big i t-iii h orchard In the I'ecoa val ley. The club will go to consider able cxjitisc to inttke this the best peach orchard in the t'nited States; and then let the Cnited State know about It. Carlsbad is jjuiiig on the theory of first having the truth to tell and then telling it. "Sti. k to Ihe Truth," Is the motto of I be new development movement, the state wide boosting campaign. Inaugurated at the !evelopment Con fer. -n. ... There is little danger of exaggerating the truth about New Mexico; hut Carlsbad reaii.es the wisdom f having the truth so good and In such concrete demonstrable form that ihe w orst doubting Thom as In the crowd can be "shown.'' Carlsbad has shown a boosting spirit of the kind that wins; her example "'oiil, be. 11s hoped by Mr. Francis il. Tra.-y, leader in the movement, an inspiration to the rest of the terri toiv. The Carlsbad Commercial Club has undertaken a big and ex p. i;s;te enterprise; but it expects to r.ar.e loavily on evcrv dollar P.I..I..I. ex- No st.itchot headline ill th h-an. Thus In d this year," reads a Santa Fe New Mex a few words we have the stat. hood platform of evening paper. the local INDICTMENTS AGAINST ALLEGED BRIBERS ARE ORDERED DISMISSED San Francs, o. Aug. 1,-,. The dis trict court of a, .peals of the first dla- rl't. I ,! a peremptory writ 01 in. m. l it- to.l iv to compel Superior .liidg, l.awler to dismiss indictments la nding 1, gainst Pairi. k Calhoun. '! hornw ill Mullaiv. Tlrey I Ford at,. I bid Willi im Abbott, charced with a.- the Ku.-i -Schmits supervisors hi , onn. .. lion with ihe Cnited Ita wats troll. -v Iran, hise The decision end the graft prose ci.ii"ii i nan.'cd l.v Uudolpli Spreck els and piomi mod liy Attorney Fran eis J. Hcti. v and Itelectite WilHam J. I'm 11s immediately after th fire. The court held that the detendants had a right to sp.-e.ly trial and in,. mo. li us the case had been tndefin 11. l postponed by Judge Untbr. ow- lllg I the absence of the ervbor James 1 W Ithess. Sill '.a"agb- court believe, I there wusnoth-i lllg . sc to do tint order the i), amiss. ' a of th.- indictment. The farts made hi Ihe defense were not disputed by the district attorney. Journal Want Ads. Get Results. Another Shot trom Mr. Jones r Mor ten. i ' ! :t :r n da:.' t; a -,!.;. i rr.i-.; liv . . as-j me a .:usc me t. r. ' This il l"tr a br;, k . err"i,e.u an,1, t ch ).art ai; 1 '.. in I 'ail.- v. l.ei. ... ' ,.,r trie Thur!. r ! r M.r.ler. who ' louu.-iiy pr..p. U.s that if th.- irak a sn-in fi . lie i..lid g.e t'i'' I sup. rintended t Ish Ihe lat,. ' l-.r was very .r.iri ls 1 a.iir.s S,,me; the tirst street ; as salesman I .ii I'any. t'.d. -1.1. lit of lh-j ',e city of Id- j I nrac and j .-t. foundation J k an t nave 1; . to fiirn- Ti. hobo la ...r and 1 bad to ( iv ry morning; i K..iiy portion pronoun, ed the l,r.-.ik in a now f n,nse.Utit!.v U. i mw If. It is n v.-ry hct brick pd'.emni ut the cit. Tl.i 1 llurpl.i :r-t. between th" .--ant t Ke and T-x a ml Pa.-if- rait- r.,,t ilemila nll'I" the heaviest t.-amuiif is done n r, are I, tied up (1.,... - . ed, not allowed n i nients, Tli r.-a-o Y: skies 1I1 horses biti h- iie palelll pat I' ll th.-re are is K"ii".i down i- that they Thurlr brick i.oiiihs behind bri. k pat- im 1. tn that ..t. Itet the as Ihet- are - x ! with their orders. The brick then ' wer aoid for '. i r thousand, but now ure IIS p.r thousand. They were until rc.ntv th only pavin bruk tompany in Texas. This Is the extent of my coi.tract.nir. Some tim ac yf.u were k.!..l enough to pub lish one of my rotes, where I sus-Kest.-d that thV.-e proni'nent or ex tensive property ners .should visit several title im i n Kansas City and St. Louis, wh.-r there are more varieties , .tlt.s of p.i.iiie and rfpairinK. patches on pat, li. s. the w noie year around. I ref. r to Chestnut and I'm street iu St. I.ouis. 1 have photo or picture- taken in less than a year from m- tune of the com pleted pmemtnt. If von are interest ed you can see n -. py ut the Commer cial club where I speml most of my time, and I beli've each city official has n copy or more unless Ihcy hive been put away f.-r K.fc keeplns in the waste basket. Mr. biiuliiluc calls bru k antiquated, lie is rinht in that for brick is the next oUPst thins on the face of the earth. Many will lie here Ion. Ion- aft. r the little "hit" will hav,. bea n it- e and forgotten, only for it failures; oblivion will kindly covir it. hut brick will he do In silent duty when man 1 no more. I beg- to repeat what I once wrote before for the hem fit 'f ich a may have not read it. I was in Zanesville, i.. about thre. tear ao; a friend asked to to Jump into hi automobile. that he wanted to slmtv me rometlunB 0 ,e proud of We went to Putnam avenue, nearly a mile long. H has a street car lin in the cwiter, there ire concentratiii(t traffic on a small space w ith f 0 and four horse team with coal anl clay continually hauling over it. He sa.d then It hao been down for mi. -teen years and had not cost th ttv a single cent for npair. Innumerable cases of this character tan ! found In Ohio. Pennsylvania. Wet Virginia and other old states To show how aban doned this bri. k industry is. they have more than doubled duting the lat threw yar a'-cordini; to statis tn s. I have nothing to s. 11. nor am like ly to be interested in any pavement, but know-In of blunders thnt have been made here and t'sewliere. I can't help btprcs my vuws and warn the taxpayers ! the plttalls that await the Innocent. Yours truli. A. O. Ji'iNKS. New Mexico Leads (Santa F- New Mexican.) In comparison with most recent farm statistics of some of the eastern ard middle western states, separately or a a whole, the farms of Washing ton, Oregon, California. Idaho, Ne vada. I'tah. Arizona, Montana. Wyo ming. Colorado find New- Mexico, milk, an in'. nor showing, but in the i.attitK..U. the figures given for those western states today bv l.'ie census ' bureau, are enormous. The value of j the farm lands and buildings in the! census year was $3,7s6..'.4 vO"", an in- crease of two hundred per cut In! ten years. The farms numbered 36?. j 244. an Increase of f; per cent, nnd j of these only SS.1T3 were mortgaged j The total a r.age In these farms ex ceed 1 1 fi.oitii.iKHI acres, but the Im proved urea is only 3 7 . s r. 3 . ' 0 ' acres That the west Is the country of large farms is appan nt from the fad that the aiciage area of a western farm is 'it acres; 14.4i2 (arms had more than a thousand aires, while almost sixty per cent of the farms bad more than one hundred lores. The average value per acr of farms and buildings wa $34. .1:; the amount 01 fertilii. rs ued on the vast urea whs only. I -.4 25.l.'('t. Negroes and other n"n-v, hue farmers lultivated ll.i'ja farm, while O.ca;. farms were ill white hands. liecrcis's In tarm acreege are reported in Arizona. 3ii per cent, I'tah. IU per i.-rit, and in Calif, rnia. 3 per cent. The in. Teas' are New Mexico leading with 111. per cent. Idaho. C4 per cent; Montana, (excluding the Crow Indian reserva tion lor ls'"'ii 2 per cent: Colorado. i ' p'r cent; Washington. 57 per rent; Oii-gon, l. pr cent; Wyoming. i per . cent, and N.iada. 1 per cent. The report shows a decrease in the improved Hen-age of California oi 5 1 per cnt. In. reases nr.- rei.rded In e.-u h of the other si. te. These In creases, in the order ot their impor tance, ate: New Mexico, SIS per cent; Mel-tana ('alluding the Crow Indian reservation. fo lofn UM p.-r cent; Idaho. !; p.r cent; Colorado, si p, r .-.-nt: Wii.i.ii pton. -r cent: Wyo ming, p.-r Cat't; Arixon.i. :i. per ct nt; t'C.l.. :i 9 T c.-nt . Nevada. 2" .. in, and 1 r gosv 2 i r cut An lie ie.,s,. in the l' tal value of faini land. . xcluslve of buiidinyr. is r.-port.-d m . ..-ry si it'-, the larg.-i-t re lative in. r. us,. leing iu Idaho, M per cent. The other inir.as.s in Un order ot their Ifbport ui. .-. ar.-: N.-w Mexico. 4i;-i per cent. W isan gt'Oi. 41s i. r ..11 Montana ( lusne of ihe t row Indian n-ert aii..n m 1 0 , ;i'. ii-r i.rr Color.id... X"" per . na. Wiominc. per cent; Armona, p.r 1. lit. t -r gtn. '-'- per tent; Ne vada. 13 p.r c.-nl; I tab, 144 p,r cm; and 1 '.ihiornia. v'. "-r .cut. Km h stat.- shows a mat riaj In crease in trie total taliie of farm building.. These Increases, in the ord.-r ( llv i,. importance ate: Idaho. :'7 l-r I'M, .Sew M xtco. :C3 p r cent, Washington. "-3:1 p.ri.nl. Colo r.ulo. l.J p.r cent: Moiitam u-x. lad ing the crj lu. lian reservation In ISuOl, 11 p, r lent: Wyoming, p-,4 i pf r r. lit ; 1 eg. n. 1 2 . per 1 r cent: Nadu raa. 71 per cc nt; Arl . v.l p.r id. and nn, 117 1 nt: Cable I lah. t S , ,.r , ,.,. The reported value of farm imph iii' nts are n;.i' liinery was 1115, '77.. "00 In Isle, a iig.ulist $".2.s'.vio-,ri in 1:001. j,., TrKW ,,( i,;.i;7h linn, or lis per imi Kaon state shows a ewar 1 tiiiv.. til ft v v That Made MsSwaukeeFaiiious ennsl.Ioral.l increns. Stated in the order of their relative importance, they are: N'i w Mexico, i.'.t; per tent; Idaho, 217 per cent, Montana. 1ST pi r cent; Wyoming, 17tv per cent; Colorado. I1.1 per cent; Wa.ihinKton. ltiti per cent; Arizona, l.'i'l per cent: Oregon, lii 2 percent. N'.-vda. T, p. r ceil; California, 71 per cent; and I'tah. si 2 per cent. The icy out ed like angs. attempt to railroad Ir. Wi of the public service has act a whole museum of boomer- How Baseballs Are Made. "Outwardly the lft-rc-r.t ball bears a close resemblance in the $1 hall, but as every bey knows th'ro ir. a vast difference in the 'life' and durability of the two spheres. The center of the cheap pall is made of ground-up carpet-rags closely pressed into a core by luuchine ry. titer this core string Is wound a very little itriiitr compared to the iiuantitv used lii vvindiiis one f the professional league balls and th.-n the iinl ir.i.shed iirtict. is sent to the room tvher the women Mowers put the cover on. th,. seam being draw n t. gether by li ind. "ut the bagne ball Is a very dif f. rent product. In the first place the construction oi" this ball has bo'-n urv dol going an evolution for years. At lh,. present time there is much com plaint Irotn some who would hav' few runs Mini a quick game, on ac count of the way in which the hi t ters are hitting this new- cork-center bad. Th rompmtnt is heard that the ball is too fast and run too frequent The explanation of th,. experts la that a ball bit on the ground with the old one. but that a ball hit in the air goes f utli.-r. thus a. counting tor the great iiuo bir of extra bits.' hits made ill recent tears. "Soiii. tears ago the balls were made with rubber center. Then .In r. spoiis. to :t demand for mere nm to m ike the came interesting to lio spectators, the experiment was tried of making a ball with a small piece rue heal::;.:' ;;.:; cure We Invite th most thorough Invest!, gat I n. Full Information in pladn sealed envelope on request Neal Institute M2 X. Soi-ivnil Si., Albuijiicninc. X. M. Tr.u:pno.K 52i of 0 e Every One of Our Corks or Crowns Is Branded To protect our customers we must expose the dishonorable methods of unscrupulous- dealers who offer inferior beer put up in dark colored bottles the same size and appearance as Schlitz Export bottles but without label This imitation is sold as Schlitz Beer, under the pretext that the label has been washed off. To avoid bein- served with a cheap, inferior beer, please examine the cork or crown and ' see that it is branded like those here shown. Be sure you get what vou order ( ja v ill lJl, of rot-k in the center, in the heart of the rubber ere. This produced a little of the desired 1 ffect, and every year f n m that time the relative sizes of the rubber and the cork In the t enter ol the sphen s has been changed until the present fast ball was evolved. " Popular Magazine. The By-Products of Coke. The total Viiiu, of the by-products obtained from the manufacture of coke In retort ovens In 1910 was $s,4 7ft.!v,"i7, or a little more than one third of the value of the coke .on. tluct-d 12-1. 793, Olfi. In 1909 the value of the by-products, amounted to ,8,073.94s. and in .90S to 17,38?. 299. The by-products recovered In 1910 consisted cf 27,ii92..S.'iS cubic feet of surplus gas, valued., nt 13 017. SI'S; (111. 303. 21 4 gallons of tar. valued at $ 1 .r.99,4 a3 ; 70.247,543 pounds of ammonium sulphate, or ita equivalent, valued nt 11.841.062: 20,229.421 pound' of anhydrous am WHERE IS ''; Mr. Advertiser how many times have you asked that question? Y. & E. Shallo.v Sections solve the "LOST CUT PROBLEM." By a simple method of indexing, cuts can be-located instantly. Call in and we will show you two "Stacks"' in prac tical use. Uthgow Manufacturing Stationery Co. Xi:V MEXICO HOUSE mitati 011 S riione 13S Consolidated Liquor Co. Cor. 1st St. ami Copper Ave, AlliuqtiiTfjiie monia, valued at $1.72'.. 206, nndl. Br.4,22 gallons m' unimoiiia liiplor, valued nt $2ii, sun. ' In addition to thesi there Is a quantity of light and secondary oil and small quantities of coke breeze recovered, tvith an esti mated value of $400.i'00.' The value of the recoverable but wasted con tents of the coal made ihtu coke In beehive ovens would, at the price! obtained In 1910. have been hctivfn 13.1, OOO.Oiio and $40,(l00,flii0. If nil the coke made in the I'liiteil States were prochicteil in retort ovens, says Mr. Parker, probably not more than half of the number of ovens would be required, say, for 191". 4 3,000 ovens. These would yield fit gas, over and above that required for the regeneration of the ovens, without by-product recov ry, approx imately 1.0(10. 000 horse-power per hour for every day in the year. (leoloKical Survey. Trv a MornlPQ Journal Want Ad THAT CUT? v pnoxii Mitt s