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THE ALBUQUERQUE MOPflftfe JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13, 1912.
SIX. N INDEPCNDEKT NKWaFAFMB. filorninj Journal tOfflotal NmNr of Hsw alailoo) Fubliahad by tha I0URNAL PUBLISHING CO. t A. W T MACTIIRItSON.. II.-CHKKIHT. . . . ..ProaldMit , . .Manasar KTr'tXTO OK IMMlCilLlTION'. What will Its tha physical cffuct on th'j American people of the flood of In. n. trillion from Kuropa? This question la asked by Dr. Henry M. Friedman, acting usslstant rurgcon of the I'ubllo Health anil Murine Ifos- pltttl Service. In an artlrlo In u re cent Issbe of The Journal of the American Medical association, Ir. Friedman aummarlzcs hi live years' experience na medical Inspector . hi KMiH Island. After discussing Iho physical ilov.-li.pincnl of Iho Immi grant from various European nations, !r. Friedman says that what lnter- tunenil.-iasa mattar at tnt'eata ua moat In the physical develop. -.attifttra at Albiigurqu. N. U andar sot. nf tho European peoples In of Cenaraaa or Marca a, .ata. i . . , . w hether. In view of Iho groat Influx ,r!U io' "'!" ""' nilnent Into Mexico, bi i'i'Oin ivfl tub piUNri-1 .nig country, a crossing of our Mood six th timfi, and tub METiionH i with that of ruw huvlng a mach et"K-"E.r.V.,.ViUAf' 'ABTI "'""I poorer physical . development, will 1HKT AKH OHIO. . have n do eterloua effort on our own t-trtar rirrulatlim thaa any tartar PPri . . . .,,,in whuihup a ..mmhiir i n Maiicu. The oni papr Id Naar ! physical aiamina,. wnotner a t roasing Maxim itd vrr amr in ma rar, with Iho belter northern rare will have a tendency to Improve our own development. fir whether thorn Will be llil effort. If .,7u,rBlr.,"n;,Jh,:unfn'fi .?; t..k.. m view lht.t th ,.oony i. mhar aaprr In New Me, leu," Toe Amatl- Vt.opcd Ift(. f Kurnpo oh o their an Nawapapaf LHrst'tniy. ....... - i uniierticvciopriioru in it uisiinci ue Al.miUUFHQrB Waaler Rep iwn tut Ira, V. i. ASIlMINON. Marauell ltiiiiiHn, i N lease. II L Featere Kepreeeatett-a, KAI.I'H H. Ml I.I.HIAW. M Park Haw, New York. Kx-Mayor BchmltJt. of Han Fran claeo, who 1 now free,' had better return to hla orlKinal vocation ot nitialc. It la mor aoothing ana leas cxpermive thnn ollllc. It tnlKht bo well to com pot the kucceiFful oxidorer, before the Util-i-erttlty of Coenhiigen ucta, to Ula plny n are) Inn of tho South Pole. Kntrrtxl at 1)0 CQMPROMISE 0(1 THE ISSUES SAYSPHICHARD With tho continued Improvement 111 ( lie nenitn or tne ex-iinimiier. u l ..... ... ..a I tli.. ni.n.if !. ttttlV inn.- a Krriooa cam- of r-M..re. .Progressive Leader Believes 'Clio Kl.iiuto of llinlt itlons onifht to npply on the reaurreotlon of a poll tlcinn'a prevloua apeechea. TEliMS OF HUnafKIPTIOM. Illr. by mall, una m..n rall. br rrwr. ona mmnn ! Hlandurd of inuarular mm... .,....", tuuuu:;Tsrz22X.azz.'-r-i"itil'r' ' '' '.l, ' " 'i 1 sacs """ "Jii'lt' ration In the evolution of irnin, jdiie In part to the fruijuent rroaaltifi: between widely different rncea, then their comlnit hero in very larK" number niltiht have the aniue ef fect. If, on tho other hand, we take tin view that their poor phyaiquoa aro due only to their extreme poverty, poor hygienic aurroundlnita, Ignor ance and dlaeaae, then their com ing here If properly distributed can but elevatu people who can be The T"ddyltna are proving Juat about aa cantankerous aa the Clcntl-Dcoa. Tho Hlg Ktlck la tho original House velt club. Purpose of Santa Fe Conven tion Has Not Been Thorough ly Understood. 1!I12. Suntu Fe, N. M., March 11 Editor Morning Journul. In tho Mornlnt Journal of the lOlh Inat An a,,iiiint of the iirot'ccdinKa wnai genuemana nai in in iner.n,of the wo (.1)llv,..ntionB ,H.i,l In Huiitn for the presidency of the Aniinlna P(J tn th(, Mh allj flln iBt. g given club? , I with tho following heading STAND PAfrriCKM UKJliCT- I'ICACE OVEIITUKKH UK PKUOUESSIVKH. Thl ativtcim nt is liable to mlKleud your readers. Tho fact la no overtures wcro mode the Hlandpnttera by the progressive!), and hence no overtures were rejected. Uf courae, had there been any occasion for any ovurture I tho progressives would not have host mem, uui cnero waa Stories About People A Vl.l:. IX)U TIIH MAX'S tu n. elevated In no better way. A t.KKAT ITlHJt: IHCXICI IT. "1 nai detained nt the club," la n time worn exctiae, the women declare, for many ahortcnmlnga on the part of that much abused and long auf ferlng creature, ninn. Htrlcturea to the effect thnt "the club" m a cloak tor all in miner of misdoing, havej long been patiently borne, Tha Phil adelphia Public Ledger Is the first newspaper which hj the rouraga of its convictions to come to tho defense i)f the I'lub, It aaya; "A auffra.jo speaker tn New fork tells her henrcrs that it la tho man's club and not tho aulTragi question that In the real menace of tho home. Is hoi tho prosperity of some clubs duo to tho fuel that homo and hus band are neglected by the woman of the hour', while she engaa.es In the propaganda, of votes for women? The club, as an Institution, Is not Inimical to domoatlclty. The suppression of tho elemental feminine Instincts of delicacy and refinement, as exempli fied In the dlHgiiHlIng conduct of cer tain English women who aro no bet ter than raving anarchists, is stiro to undermine the foundation of the home and destroy the Integrity of the family. "The man's club la chiefly pat ronised by young men who are not yet married, ubler men find It a con venient meeting place for business conferenco or social purposes, ll Is often tho greatest posslblu relief to tho housekeeper to have a large din ner, for which the household facilities nre scarcely adequate, given by the Impersonal, Institutional resources of the rlub chef and his assistants, tn this way Iho club may be an Invalu able auxiliary of the domestic and private establishment. In tho case of a man whoso position Is sii 'h that h la often railed upon to bo the host al large and forma! affairs. To Inti mate that tho club, which brings men together In aoelable amity, Is a foe to Will-ordered exlalcnce coiiipaiabl" vtlth the disruptive, atilagonl.liM ln fltieiices nf laMlexa and iinbrldli'd vlii li lie i that the 'militant suflrngette' ond the 'shrieking slnleiliood' would release upon society. Is Indeed to talk -I'lilletiloualy." That tha people of Hocorro county fully realise the tremendous benefits to bo derived from the completion of the roast to const automobile high way from the Hlo Orando to the Arlaona line la Indicated by the fol lowing excellent editorial In the Ho corro Chieftain: "Tha extension of the good road westward from Magdalena to the Arizona line Is going to be a pub lic benefit whose Value It is Impos sible to eatlmats In dollars and cents. Probably tho stockmen of tho west ern part of the county will bo more benefited than anybody else, but as the road will make communication easy between tho Itlo drandu valley and nil points as far west as tho great Mogollon mining district there is scarcely an Inhabitant of Hocorro county who will not be benefited in some degree by this great public en terprise, lint this ease of Inter-coiu-mtinlcatlon for buslucHa purposes Is not the only desirable result that will be brought about, Thla road will fortu an important part of ono of the -areut transcontinental routes of travel for automobile tourists, and thus our county, Its resources, mid its attrac tions will hecomn known tu a class of people whose attenton and in terest could hardly be won In any other way. When the road Is once built every possible effort should be made to k 'CP It in good condition and to advertise its advantages as widely as possible. In that way only will It bo maile of tho greatest possible pub lic, benefit." Attention has been called to the fact that none of the presidential candidates are bald. Dally It la be coming more apparent that things will not he right until Colonel Hryan throws hla cocked hat Into tho ring. Count Zeppelin continues to make voyiMcs in his dirigible airship, but the pulille has a strong love of the spectacular and refuses to nay much attentiiin to any of them that .does not result In an explosion. in ri:iin(i. It In MliHiilulely refr Hlilng, In view of the lale lamented controversy ox.r the autlioi'Klilp of the North 1'ole, to hear fnpt Ituald Amundsen. who sajs be illsenverid tile Smith l'ole. vnl.'lim the h Hcott, bis rival aim Apparently nlmi t'apt. Ajiiululm u la toil going to haule over the iic t loll of who gut there first. Itnuubl have Ihhii much morn to the credit of th Cimk end I'eary had till plrlt of Kpnrtmuniilikr good nature Im ll In evidence III tho North I'nb' linliroi:lio. The fame of I'eury will iivas U- inure or less r 'liillllacrnt of a diHgrtuefal squabble which In clines one to overlook the really dar ing and magnificent character ot his f . at. Hob Tajlor an a t'lnnnclcr. When the democruts of Tennessee . tated to mak wcro running up and down the rtate' falling lor any overtures, and . . , ....' In the very nature of the catse could 111 H. urni'eiu.i: m:nn ii not be candidate for the governorship on conference committee of the their ticket, the name of Henator Btandpatters waited on the proarres "Hob" Taylor was mentioned. By .,.. i, t..n ronventlon with au- some the Idea of nominating Taylor ( tnorltjr t0 af)lt for the appointment of waa received wnn wuu ianuiim ,imiit. emnmltten bv the nroares but one faction of the democrits let tlVilK t0 congt OVer matters that the out tnia cry: standpatters had to present. "Give the Ktate a business governo.' The republican progresalve conven and a business government. Whutftion returned the courtesy by appolnt- does Taylor know about business?" Ing a similar committee for confer Taylor, It may be mentioned, Is one'enco aa requested. of tha grandest performers on the: I find that the nature and purpose fiddle Since the time of Nero, m l hol0f the progressive convention was, by la not regarded aa a deep student of,Bolne misunderstood. This meeting, business, . or convention came about through a lie was nominated and oolt 'hejeall of tho progressive republican stump In an effort to convlno the league of the state. It was not a con peoplo that he ahould be elected. ln .Vention 0f a third party, but a meet a little town where he was billed to ; ing ot republicans who compose the speak his attention was called U en j league and those who Indorse Its prln artlcle in a newspaper which claimed , cipegl that he was Inexperienced in th- :n-j Th8 purp(,se of these meetings, or trlcacles of finance, and was unfit to . i conventions are not to antagonise undertake the work of funding stttta debt during his term if the ho j the republican party, but to strengthen i It hv nitvncntlnir tha true nrincinles snouia oe eiecieu. 10 of republlcanlKm. In other words, Its made the following reply: I membora bcllevo that tho ao-cnlled re- "Thls paper says 1 should .lot bepul),lcan orKanlr.utlon of thl(l state, is elected, on the ground that I kn"vrinot only controlled by the reuctlona nothlng about finance, or the funding, f , , manner of its of the state debt. My friends whn , detrimental 'to and dlstruc Is the funding of the state debt but , u princlplaa for which the tUKIIia; OP lillf li.'VO film fuii.'.n """" another? I have no hesitation In de claring that I am eminently qualified for thut work. for myself nil M nguzlnc. ! have been doing It my life." Populur Iluhbliijc It In. I loot h Tarklngton was talking In Indianapolis about a novelist of the "high brow'' type one of those half sturved novelists whose reviews are much more remarkable than their sales. "Aa this novelist, mhabby and cold," said Mr. Tarklngton, "was walking In Fifth avenue ono wintry party stands, i These polities have forced progres sive republicans to take steps, to bet ter party conditions. The progressive ; republicans aro seeking to accomplish 'this change through tho work of the Htate 1'rogruvHlve Republican leagua. In the course of time we look to see the league have as its members, the rank and file of tho party in this stute, fur tho reason that the majority of the party are naturally progressive In their ideas, and the reactionaries will not be ablo to control them. Compare the platform, or declara tions of principles of the atandput re publican convention, with those of the nflupniu... tHi.ru irllHttfl t.Hfll thf I11IIU' m..r,. .,',i,i f. tiul.ll.hee uholf,"llv n",,n of the progressive republl had brought out one of the poor fe. ' can league, and note the difference, low'a books nt a heavy losa. I 1 h progressives declare themselvo. cs "The publisher signaled to hls'n lavor or mo novaiiceu poiiucai chauffeur, the automobile stopped and thought ot the hour regarding the the novelist. In reply to a wave ofell"'m of United Htates senators, In the millionaire's hand, presented hlm-favir of direct primaries, corrupt self at the w indow of the car humblv.j Practices act, Initiative and referen- "The publisher, wrapped In fura, , u"1"". and numerous other things the said filll l! . , xf! I a. WaKl-Hcnius Institute of Fcrmentology, CKicago, writes: "We Kave tested beers repeatedly, placing tKc bottles into direct sunlight, and testing tbc same after one, two, tbree and five minutes exposure; found tbat tne beer wifli hree and five minutes exposure became undrinkable on account of tlxc peculiar odor developed. Tne detrimental effect of ligkt upon beer can be successfully counteracted by the employment of brown or dark colored glass bottles." . ScKlitz uses the Brown Bottle to protect ita purity from . the brewery to your glass. Mr. Taft says Mr. ItooBev.it promlHcd he would not he a candidate. Mr. Itniiscvcll denies. Which goes to show licit Mr. Tuft made a mistake when ho failed to have dictograph B t of questions, looked wise and There's a great big . manuscript nearly falling out of your hip pocket. If you weren't so well known ' "Here tho publisher removed tho superb Havana cigar from his mouth and laughed a loud, scornful laugh. " 'If you weren't so well known, he repeated, '1 guess you'd have had your iiocket picked.' " Washington Htar. No Way to Treat a Nlotilli. "I lost a pocket book with a roll of bills In It a few weeks ago," Charlie Gibson told us. "1 didn't make a fuas about It and tell the papers, but It waa more than 1 could nfford to lost. Ho 1 put a detective on It. He asked concealed about his pvrsoti. ' If Mayor tltrynor should run for ,,,,, n,.,, captain j ,nr presidency he would no doubt like i got th. re. !'" k'" Kdwarda. mi the I vice presidential end or the ticket bo t it ft til l.i ill Imti.l lit .. .if un fin...... S nev. said he'd report In a day or two. Well nhuot three days Inter I found th.' pocketbook where I had mislaid It. I rejoiced exceedingly, and then I called up the detective agency to confesj. Tho sleuth seemed disgusted " 'Mighty careleaa of you.; he said. And I'd Just found a darned good clue, too!' " Cleveland Plain lH'aler. people 'demand, The standpatters aro as silent as an oyster on nil of these live republican Issues. Many of the delegates to the atandput convention here, have open ly asserted that they endorse tho prin ciples embodied In the platform of the progressives. They believe In our principles, and yet couid not get them in the platform of a convention of which they were members. Men will suffer these things for a while but not a'ways, as the rapidly accumulating strength of tho progres sive republican league already shows. The league has resolved to keep up this work until the evils complained ot In the party In this state, are over come as far as possible rind upon this proposition thero Is and can tin no compromise. O. W, PItlCHAItl). The Beer See that crown or cork is branded "Sciitz." Theme 138 . Consolidated Liquor Co. Cor. 1st St. and Copper Ave., Albuquerque 25 That Made Milwaukee Famous Altogether it would seem that the New York suffragettes who r throwing away their corsets are lift-! I" too often the fatal sequence, and A COM. I.A tJltllM'H TIIKN PNKl !ONI ter einpliiii,i than their English sis ters who are throwing stones through w iiiduw s. It wss quite proper for that man to 11 Indocile after he hMl rnlled Cap tain ll.. I.... 11 a coward: for has not the Captain, forsooth, been fighting Japan single handed for low these in.iliy d.ivs? The l. AiiKii.s wi. man who was nir.l -rt fur iiirrvlim a concealed wt-t.n b) a poll, .-man w ho saw the outlines 1 1 a nv.ii. 1 In hi r stocking 1 t. pin. 11. ii c. 1 1 iianii liars Willi - ,t . ... .... .. The Missouri mule and the "noun- pmlMilily iivIm- the pr.v.il.nl fnnl nine U-licf aU.ut the K.-cVu.t ing 1 case If th'Te Is any political virtue In the aaf.-st thugs. rei eptacle fi.r tarrying jx.Mitogv. However, we must not vrr- Ttie Pint women tu rcglali-r In ChKo, fa I., had her name airlcken fitittt the roll liM'aiise ber bualind thr.atrne.1 to h ave h'-r if she 1i, ni't. Put we ran I help thinking tha' eomrhoar, 4,iiirw hi-ie. that man U g'dng lo get his. look the Teddy IVcsr and the 'possum. The San Antnnlo Express l..,lMt.T up Its argument that we are having it Iwikaari) spring by Htnttig to the f4cl that only mix babies were burn In that city during Kt bruary. In li r rvrnt of his retirement from I J Those who aptrove ret'ent supreme jcnirl methods, will rolbt Insist 'that l;Ha veil show that he has lwi-n ailed by the people Iwyond a rea- iminable d.n.l.l. l-.liilm lrtif. Wtn.ilrt.w Wilsons H rirn. t should make him valualilr' L-t turer on litltal tx-ontmiy f.f any j m. htia. its .r..H.tN- to li.- nse .)ege . ,., That's all rlaht. prov idlng the " lit. enae prohil.lta musk after ten roughs that hang on weaken the sys. tern and lower the vital resistance. Foley's Honey and Tar Compound Is a reliable medicine that stupa the cough promptly by healing tha cause: soothes the Inflamed air passages, and checks the cold. Keep always on hand. rtefus tibetiiutt-a. J. H. U'HIelly Co. Iieal Afnnta DECLARES CONFESSED -HORSETHIEF' IS NOT A THE LAST CALL FOR LECTURE SEATS Two More Days Remain to Get Tickets for Hoch and Lind sey at Price of One Lecture. Now Is tho chanca for the public to secure seats for Llndscy'a lecture re served by getting scats for both Horn, and Linditey at the price of one lec ture. Just to more days and this chance to get reservatloin made is RESIDENT OF I AGUlMl,,no- w-,lncd,,' "nJ Thursday Matstin'a at the regular price. After Thursday you can buy aeat fur Llndsty only by waiting until three days before he Comes. Then you Scams. X. M . Mart !) 1. 11I. Albtiquertiue Morning Journal, Alli.ti.i.criiii.. V. f. ttt-ar H.r.-Pl. a-e kindly correct ' k -"' chance on getting eU at all. If you are Interested rail phone ir:tV before ten o'clock In the the statement which la made tn tn-j a b v a ,M...r Ml.iti.t r?an.lwin tnle. a. l,gun. Indian, pleaded gttllty to ".orning of Wednesday or Thwmlay .t.lln u t,..r... ...1,11. . n.l l,ri.ll. II..;' ' " Is mat a I-uguna Indian: he Is an Islets Indian. We I aguna jteopte hate to get such names. I am yours truly, YAM1E Z. LEKDH. , 811 bat rlber. k a 111: la ..Id. a tliiiee every man thouaht ... r.n k. tie haear har la edit a newspaper . -. Nt.w rtery man thinks he knows - Kvl.l-nlly Sro. aladem mrtlr ttnm a railway etuhl in he ron- .tired f having his Job .tu.teil. J f.-uiol. Al M(T I XBF-R- I AlltK lis an almoet rertaln result of kidney I trouble. . I. Tanmry, tS K. ttllve 81.. j Hlmtnton. III., says: "I eaffered I with backache and ualna In my kld- nea whlrh were almnat anbearable. I t aav Foley Kidney PI I Hi a go4 trtaU la tiina I and they done wonders for ntev To Ii not rail Mr. Tolh. rt after Thurs day of this week for no seals will be "Id by him after that day. This will The Use of Alkaline and , Saline Waters for Irrigation By William Fresenius, Belen, application of water. It waa found at Carlsbad that about 300 parts of soluble matter per 1 00.000 . parts ot water marked the extreme limit of safety of the use of water ut that place. " Ono thins should boVnid aboi.it the Carlsbad area, which seems rather anomalous In view oT the atatements of other investigators, namely, that with a water supply so near tile limit of crop endurnnre, us this becomes at times, and in those Areas th which there Is already a large accumulation of sella, economy in the use of Irri gation water, which Is generally rec On request of several irrigation engineers and also of some other frienda who ar residing in distant localities of the state, I fetd at lihert to make the following statements In order to establish the danger point in this question which has attractetl lately ao much Interest and attention among the Irrigatng public of New Mexico. After a careful study of soils and alkali ronditions In lsK in the, Pecos Valley, New Mexico, It was found at Itoswell the principal water supply contains about seventy-six parts of soluble matter In loo.tiuo parts of wa ter. At Hagennon this la Increased tnjommcnrlod In alkali retrlons. is one of alu.ut 200 parts; ul Carlsbad to -I'll the iignt methods which can be prac parts; nt Florence to 1X0 parts; at l!ed tlced. Where the soil contains a muff 31f parts; at Fecoa city, Texas,) 10 tuu parts, una oeiow rerot tuy to over SUA parts. Five hundred parti of aolublo matte- may be taken its the extreme. Mm.t of endurance tor plants, while .511 to 100 parte mark the da agar point at which the results of the use of the water are very un certain. The limit of endurance for most cultivated plants In water solution Is annul 1 per rent, or 1,000 pans of the readily soluble aalta In 1 no. 000 parts of water, hut It muat be remembered thai In field culture the water la ap plied t soils already containing more or lee of these ealta, and also that evaporation and ronaequent ronrrn fration Immediately set In after the relutivtiy large amount pf salt anil but little water containing inueh sail is frequently applied, tho ordinar) evaporation will increase the salt con tent of the soil to such-un extent that crops can no longer survive, wherein. if adequate drainage is provided ami a large amount of water is used, th. oxctss of suit resulting front the evap oration of previous applications 0' water may be removed urtd the ?oll moisture be maintained at nearly th1 same concentration as - the vvatw supply. ,. , ' . -. C. A. ClosMicr, - 24 Ontario St., Itoeliestor, N. Y., has recovered from a long and severe attack of kidney trouble, his cure being due to Kiiey Kidney Tills. After lctitillpff his raw, he says: " I nm only Scrry I did imt lonrn sooner of Foley Kitlney nils. 1" a few day's time my backache com pletely left me and I felt greatly Im proved. My kidneys became stronger, dizxy spell left me und I was n longer annoyed at night. I feel l" per cent better since using Foley Kid ney Tills." J. II. o itielly Co., Lool Agents. HOW WOMEN WEAR OUT. When a woman wants her husband to know what becomes of her time, ahe gets him to stiend an afternoon al home taking rare nf the children while arte goes shopping. Kv.-n that little taste of housework convince! him. Will, very few men realize h finish hi .persons 1 work of -riling and! nous-work wears a woman out. Worn delivering seats. Uuring these two en t hemselv often don't wake up to days, Wednesday and Thursday nt H la time. When a woman feels tired thi. .rrk Mr. Tolbert will t.e alxd all day. ran hardly drag heraelf tn serve the public aa he has tried to do during all the work of the enter- 1 - . . . I not feel I h effer ta." J' I..H al A.-t.ta. J. H. taintnrnt course ao far After Ht.rh cornea Saturday night of this wk. positively no aeata sold for Undsey until three- days bfor he come. Then yon ran get them at Matson'a by paying the regular price O'RIell-i taking your chance on location. ' I lilts u tb W-l word on the subjr-,1. I about, is weak, pa and nervous, she Is alt k. hf won't admit tt but the I. What she oosht tn do Is to have us aend her a bottle of Vlnol, our de lirious tonic. It has brought thra'.oa ef health atnd strength bark In many worttoul women her. . t.y building them up and making them strong. Vlnol must please tti or It coats ) uu nothing. Try It at our rik. J. H. O Riellv fn. drucctsts. 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