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THE ALBUQUERQUE T.OnrilNG JOURNAL, . SUNDAY, MARCH 24, 1912. 1 . ,1. ... v i 1 M '2 A1V INDKPCXIIRifT NKWRPAPBIL iloniino journal lOfflctal Nawanaper of Kw Masleo) rati:lfa fcy the lOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. GOLD MllC-KM. ft. A. ACPHER50N.. W. T. I A Minnesota rwnrcMmnn has achieved a little notoriety by Intro dudng a bill for the abolition of the senate and vice presidency, ths reduc Hon of the numlier of congressmen to three hundred, and the creation of "a committee at large," the member of which would b elected 'by the country at liirgo for a period of fif teen year. This committee, which might as well lie called the "commit tee of nubile safety," the designation given to a simllnr one In France dur ing the revolution, la to serve for a period of fifteen yeiirs, and have su- ipervlslnn of the acta of congress, and KBtr4 at aeennit-oiaaa mtiiar at ths would render tha president nbniit lis ti'tl!i:J.T7 :N.'7.M- ""dr '"l-nuch of figure head a. I ho repub- - - " -TlTi 'leans at one lime contemplated mak- I,I!aiino HKiMim.lfAN j'Ai'KK of Nicwpng of Governor McDonald. Praaldant . MrCRElGHT Mtram DON W. LUSK Cltr tanot Weslsra He present a tlvs, (', at. AVIIKKXIV, Maranslla Mulldlsg, thlesge, Pasters KeiiresesjtaifTa, RAI.I'II R. Ml I4.KIAN, la f'urk Kow, Near farfc. DL LIEXKXI. Kl'I'PriKTIMf TUB FHINI'I PLIM T TUB HKITBt.K'A.f PA H'tT Al.b TUB TIMK. ANII TUB METHODS OP THK REI't'm.lOAM PAUTT WHEN THKT ARB HIUHT. Thi Incident would not he worth mentioning, were It not another Il lustration of ihe unrest of the people and the desire to turn thlngtipidc down. Should the Minnesota slates iniin plnn be put Into operation, It TERM OP rn'RHCUlPTION. rnluht lo Illtlo or much hnrm. fVr. fMllr, br earner. month .....Mo' , , , , Iially, by mall, n month tuo Mainly It coll Id do no good, Besides, rh. j,..i h.. hi.h.r .ir.l'h,re no PoaalMllty of the adoption t.araar elreulaili.n than anr other paper In Nw Ma-iien. The nnlr paper in Naar Motto Issued avary (lr In tha yaar. enlattnn rating than la airra4 to any of nnything akin to It, unless a panic V.rp'.pr 7rr.T;.VC0, An,,"ho,.ld occur r.umn( great diaordera 'icniotinllntr to anarchy throughout the At.lH'JI EKQUH NBW MKXIOO thk v.hk oi-' iioosi:vi:iiT, Not IoIir iiRii, Colonel Theodore ItooMovelt a Ihu idol of tho Anutrl can people, lie luid made a grout president, If ti Hoiucwhiit errtitlt! ona. He had thouuht vlnoroualy and actrd enurifetlcally. He wua a vital force In the. nation, llo la a ttroat man now, hut he haa dono much ditmtiKo to hla reputittltiit, temporarily, at leiiat. Iiy llatenlnir to friend and allowing lilmaelf to ho drawn Into the presi dential nomination flaht, Ths people worn dlHWttlafleil with Tuft. TIhj president hua been a vacll lullna", attiliborn Idundorcr. Ho hua had no Idea, of playing pulttlca, Hla train -Inff haa bean that of a judtsa on the bench, not that of a mixer with ths people, Ha hua not underatood thutn and hua not pletiacd them. There waa it popular outcry aaalnat him, not for anythlnn In particular he tin it either done or left undone, but because he did not advertise hlmaelf. Also he haa the unfortunate habit of standing by his frlenda, even when there could be no excuse for so dolna. The IiullinKcr Incident started In the minds of the people the first poalltve distrust of him. Much that he has Intended for Rood, and that was for the good of the peo ple, has been tortured and twisted and distorted until it hua added to radical enanttes in a searcn ior a remedy for the evils from which the pcopln would escape. They Kropc blindly and listen to demagogues, Just us those who are 111 with chronic dis eases are prone to become the vic tims of qtiuck doctors. , The whole matter may be Illus trated by the hunt for some new and satisfying kind of religion. The hu man mind Is confronted with an in aoluble mystery. Whence crime we? What are we? Whither shall we go af ter death? We want an answer that can be demonstrated with mathemat ical certainty, W by experience. We runuot have either. , Tho result Is a coiialunt prdOesslon of prophets, or ii Hexed prophetn, each with his following of illHelple who jaometlmos become worshippers. Gen erally thy are absurd, Occasionally they are the product of JiiHlllled ills HiitlKfitctlon with economic conditions or a lustre, for greator freedom of thought and opinion, 'Once Itr awhile such change result from the neces sity of correcting some gross error, (leneiitlly they come from unrest. Not many years ago, Uowle burnt upon Chicago with a new religion. Its chief elulm to recognition was In tho fact thu Dowlu professed to bo alii to cure tho sick. He made th'tm be lieve It. Consciously, or unconsciously. ho adopted what physicians calH meta physical therapuutlcs. He made the people, believe there was nothing the matter with them and they naturally thought they had been healed. Dowle wua enabled to control ' mora than twenty million dollars, all contributed by his dupes. A little more than two years ago Dr. Teed died In Florida, He whs the founder of the Korlah society and be fore his deathr had - acquired large factories and valuable 'land holdings In various slates. Dr. Teed was a well tending over months, during which publlo business Is at a standstill, so far as legislation is concerned. Is argu ment enough for election of senator by direct vote of the people. Also, a large percentage of those so elected. couia not oe tne cnoice in a popular j blartlon. Hometlmes bitter men would be chosen by legislatures than by a di rect election, but not often. It is doubt, ful If either of the senators who will be elected at Kanta Fe could win the toga If the voters of the state had op portunity to puss upon the candidates at the polls. None of them Is par ticularly popular- with the masss. I'.ut so long as the1 senate Is com posed of tticn who prefer to take their chances with leglala tures, rather than with the people, we shall never have a constitutional nmenamem suoimV ted by which the method of electing 'filled Ktntes senators can be chang ed. DEMOCRATS MAKE PROPOSITI TO REPUBLICANS (Replying io Secretary P, Han- Unterrified - Party Submits Plan for Non-Partisan Ticket. the popular dislike of him. Hut when ,.,,,.,,, , ,.,.v,( by many to be the republicans of the country were brought face to face with the propo sition of repudiating him, there was pause for thought. That alone makes popular government possible In any country, The American people, when confronted with a serious crisis, have the habit of doing a bit of think, lug for themselves. Also, they Intend to be just, v They begin weighing the president and his claims for a nomination to succeed himself, as against those of the ex-preeldunt. From that time, Tsl't brgitn to gain ground and noose velt to loose It, They found that the president wus not such a bad fellow, and that the es-presldent might not be such an extraordinarily good one to Justify the overturning of republl- insane, if so, he used his Insanity to advance himself greatly financially. He told hla people that he would rise from the dead the seventh day after his burial, and they believed him and set a watch over his tomb, liut he Is sleeping there yet. A few years ago, a young man named Hnnlsh'-was a clerk In a gro cery store In Salt lake. Ho suw tho greet power and wealth of the Mor mon hierarchy, and decided that founding a new religion would pay much better than selling prunes. So he established the society of Hun wor shippers and moved to Denver. He did not thrive there and shook the dust of that city from his feet and iiiove, to Chicago, There he found fol- IHIY.tX MTOVKH NOTK'K Colonel Itryan has fglven out a statement that If the Nebraska delega tion Is Instructed for Harmon, he will not go as a delegate ti the fin it 1 more convention, which Is another way of serving notice on the country that If Itarmon should be the democratic nominee, IJryan will fight his elec tion. Much as democrats may dislike such dictation, the fact that Ilryan has grip enough, ort the democratic voters to defeat any man they may nominate, will not be denied serious ly. Also, the party Is doubtless tired of nominating men who cannot lie elected. Thoy should have so under stood when Porker was nominated, but they didn't. It was obvlotiN to nny one not blinded by prejudice, that Hryan stood no chance of election Iri ISO, but they nominated him. Just the same, . , However guo,i it president Harmon might muko if elected, ho cannot overcome the active opposition of Bryan, no more than Wilson could overcome the active opposition of f leu rat. These fncls may have no effect on the action of tho convention at Haiti morn. Democratic blunders are re guided by the republicans as an In valuable asset to republican suceesa Many a time It has snatched tho U O. P.'s from defeat, and this year, the republican lenders are expecting Just such assistance, and probably will get It. 'nated by said primary shall pledge I men candidates, ana such cariaiduies 'shall pledge tnemseive to suniiiit at special elections to the voters of Al- I bucjuerque, all ordinances wrucb may Ibe introduced for - the- purpose of Ichanginx the present ordinances regu I In tins houses of prostitution and the liquor traffic, or for the purpose of changing, altering or exteiiuing any trancnlses now in force tor public util ities of every nuture, or for tho pur pose of granting new franchises of wnatever nature, and to be hound by the will of the majority of the voters upon such ordinances as expressed at the polls, and meanwhile rigidly to enforc? all ordnances with reference to those matters no In force, provld- I r i I r flMU niai wnen sucn question nits ueen ley, Central Committee of 4nt,e submitted to the voters, no spe'- icuii election uuun particular question so ul. mi Wed shall be called until after on year haB expired from the date of the last-election.- JGightn. That said platform shall also pledge the central committee and each of the candldaloslto expend no money whatever for riny purpose whatever during the said pampalwn, except for the necessary expcrines for room runt and lights, and the pay of Judges and clerks, if necessnry, for holding said primary, for the proper registration of the voters and the neoPHsary printing bills. Ninth. That eaid platform shall also pledge said committee and said candidates not io Indulge in personal abuse of other candidates during said campaign and shall pledge them also to request the city press to refrain from such abuse, The aspiring and perspiring states men at Santa Fe appear to be no nearer the solution of the sensational puazle than when the legislature con vennd. Also, It Is equally obvious that there Is no candidate now In ,tho re publican running who can be regard ed as a particularly popular pet. Tho Americana In Mexico have been leaving that country at tho rate of about four hundred a day and the Dally Mexican has suspended publi cation. In Its closing-down Issue, It said it could live In a fair field, but not In a deserted one. For the life of us we cannot see much In the "houn' dawg" song that Is putting frency into the good people of Kansas and Missouri. Our own Dr. dray's "Champ, Champ, Champ, the Boys Are Calling," does It much better. Porflro Dlas Is now eighty-three years old, but he can tell them by cable how to do It. Public Forum -loners In nlelitv. niostlv women, ami can precedent and repudiating a re.,,luU .,,,, ,, flourished ami hud publican administration, which, while L , ,,, Kl.ni.rttV- un(M ,h not popular, hud done much to com mend Itself to the people In the way of progressive legislation. No one can now doubt that Taft will bo renominated, and should the democrats tall to put up their strong est candidate, he will bo elected. His defeat by any democrat is by no meiins certain. In fuel, if Taft con- generally, fulled Slates postal authorities NWooped down on him and laid violent hands on him iu,, east him Into pi-i- lliernturc son and closed his temple hiivlng sent Immoral through the mulls. Many more InMiinccs could be cit ed, both In government unit religion, of the Kiilllbllltv of the in le u ho lln.ie. grow In popularity b. t . -en J ,,,., f (, , milt., o,,w noo tor, mow ior oiiiioiing in t ,,,.. r.oitor Journal. It la with great pleasure I note your optimistic views ot tne future of socialism as evidenced by your editorial . entitled, "That Cen tnil Hunk Again." I'lldcr ul'lvate owncr-Hhln of tin ineans of production and distribution 11, Matuly concentration Into fewer i.nd fewer hands of all the necessaries of We, Is us certain as the movements Heplylng to th.i republican central committees communication, submit ted by its secretary, P. Hanley. the democrats of Albuquerque, through a special committee composed of Louis A, Mcltae, chairman; M. P. Snwtelle. Dr. J. W. Colbert, U T. Delnney, Wil liam Kleke, It. W. D. ltrynn, J. II. Maker and A. Fleischer, have drawn the following proposition for submis sion to the republicans for the nomi nation and election of a non-iifirtls.in city ticket to bo voted for at the elec tion April 2; . Albuquerque, March 21, 1912. P. Hanley, Ksq., Secretary Itepublican Central City Committee, City. Dear Sir: Your communication nt the 1 9th Inst., in renlv to our letter of recent date, by which this commit tee Is advised that if it "has any defi nite proposition to make," your com mit teew ill be glud to consider it, has uoen receiveu. This commlttee'os no authorltv" to niake any "defliille . proposition.'' It was appointed for the sole mil-noun to devise, in conjunction with the other civic organizations, some plan by n-nicn partisan politics mlKllt he e in- lnuiea from the approaching election, with directions to report such plan to tho democratic convention for its con sideration. J'hls eomniitteohas formulated a method by which it believes, . non partisan, and notR' bi-partisan ticket, can be nominated, lund will submit the saute-to the democratic coiivontlon fin Monday nest for its action. We re iuest that the same plan ho submitted to the republican convention. Tho pro posed plan, copies of which will be sent to the other organizations, Is us follows: First. 5 Each organization to select an equal number of representatives to compose a non-partisan central com mittee. Second. This committee to cull a primary election in each ward to be held, by three Judges and two clerks to bo appointed by it, not earlier than Thursday nor later than Saturday of next week, at such places and be tween such hours as shall be designat ed, to be governed by tho election j laws now in force,, except us to regis tration. Third. Candidates for aldermen In the respective wnrds to be nominated bjt .-petition signed by at least fifteen legal voters of tho ward.' and candi dates for mayor, oerk and treasurer to be nominated by petition signed by at leant fifty legal voters of the city at large, such petition to be filed with tne central committee at least twenty-four hours before tho hour flx,.d for the opening of the primary, but nQ man to oe allowed to sln more man one petition for the same office, Fourth. The names of all. cnndl. dales for aldermen In each. ward to no;; noniinntea us Berein provided, to bu place In nlphaJietlcal order on one ticket to bo printed by the commu te) for eet ward-respectively, and In iitJtlltlon .Iftp niiniT of all candidates for city offices, nominated us i.rovld- ed,' to be" placed lh alphabetical order on eacn ward ballot. Fifth. All citizens of Albtmueroun. having the necessary legal quali fications to vote at the coming election, to lie legal voters at said primary in the ward in which he is entitled to vote. Votes of fered being subject to challenge and rejected by the judges as In regular elections. The registration lists for the several divisions of pre- incts 12 and 26 to tie used as advi sory IInIS by the Judges of election. tit legal voters whether upon said lists or not to be permitted to vote upon showing their legal qualifica tions to the satisfaction of the Judges. sixth. The names of the two per sons receiving' the highest number of oles at such primary as candidates or the respective offices to be placed in alphabetical order upon one ballot in each ward as the nnu-ptirtisun can didal for such offices to lie voted or at the election on April 2. the can didate for whom the voter Intends to ote being indicated by striking off the names by pencil or otherwise the name of the other candidate for such ffice. Seventh. That the hich said candidates HFJtE IS THK BIGCJFXT VAI.I K EVKH rtPnnn iv x r-..-, - tk a.. y -. . ,...,.AP,. m ivionins ror -u L and Your Money Back W w YK irei.lBVE that the N'RW KRA la nne TI15I.1KVE that the NEW l ocre, f 'tha tw-vt nu-aM. ....... . Nnlurally yuu will sav our lmlmnf l M.-.I . -- ''"'1 llahers. l,,d. of ceurne-. avtrv uubllnhvr mink. li i.,..... i. i..- " .no werth rc-ailln?. a'"' Hie K,,n u.hi pjicn 1BH1IP nr Ihn MCW Rn.i R..at lit, r-i ..... . .. Vt-nr Tel' n III l- t-r.ti,lli i,.(iu.. n, " , . , , iiii.i n.i .- IIRRATUXT i.plnlnu t a iirat-tleul test, vi B WANT Vijij " if ainillur iK-rlnitlcula apenil In i-u hvb oi it iiKAiu:na 'i t; r ' r.ive,u, vo bi'MUoa io am ur THE JfUOE. h v.w ..'. KKAI Gftl VSVSVAh OFFKII. " hfl NKW ERA la uuhllehril u-i-klv nnv.tu,.. ,i . .. . .. . anil In urder to carry forwarit Ita ..amnalsn Inn, i n -....,...,, . . " m liUllil up-the 'largest clriulullon ef ant- nawinanei- Oi Nw ai.'.vi.'... i. "" haa lu-er, fl,l ut twenty-five cents per year-plaetag If wiiliin the a "h , P Kill in the hliink lilw and mall ua NrNwn eenlil In viurenev. Innilin . i, ' " mony order, nnd we will send you th phh :- en trial r.ir'alx month-,"r ex the end molilll. ufier you have rw-vU-e.l four Isanea. If you (an- not " ,',"" we have Riven you full value, simply ,lr.,p ua a card fcnd U'ct wIIim-..a,,,iiu . . "t monuy. .'..N AN VTtl I.S'tJ 1!H FAIHEItV , -r-- ..iua Tin; SEW KKA "A New Melei ivuuier fur e Vrilrn r,.,,! tand f.w. I lie .conmnrativii ef human lifu nnd .liarann-. wid ul t'holr potentialities; far the ii.nm-ivallon ,,f home and country. ll will ndvoeoiw , m"! policies and popular novel nmt-nl anil kihii.i an the fenrlass cliu,tiol,,o l'r "K"i all. sisK'tal. irilleKes (,.. none." it will champion every laudable and eoi " havn as ltd oliiect Hie dev-loimenl ib the sreat reaoun-ea of w M,Mc, ' ptonte-rur now nu,OM. ... on eopic. oiO KI'.VV Kit A Will hot ,.,. , , collar. la)Hl or innd of any iiollileal liorti or lnacliiiie; or S'hm'IuI Inlcrcnt" u 1 to machine politic whether In the democratic- or ihn ri -puliHcnM pany uml ! i,"11'' omea,.uaa iui. miiuenee 10 neip uring UH- iwti sreat political pai-tlps mori, ,i t. i Is uol rv will lo-Tvn,l.- , .. ' l liBcu.ts principles and state facta ami "ni-ini ail tlie nvw ii,i- r-.t 7: n hlnkins. honest i-ounHels. thp l.cst harvest of sound mind will i'hir,i,,i.vi.;. . '' Its mission is to inarntlate Itself Into the hearts and lives of iv, euitnr of New Mexico, young r.lld olil, and live there. Kl'cat .m jaaa. j .1 n 1 u Jl C I'1IJ .XI.W J-;f November, a ho hus during the pus! thirty dus. nothing cun defi-nt him. As for the colonel, he has lost In popular esteem so much that a loiin life of careful and useful living will Imi required lo reinstate him. An Association Press report from Santa Fe Informs us that a motion b Senator Holt was voted down "anildM considerable e. tleio. nt," but f ill to slate the purpose of the motion or Ihe tina.ni f,,r the e. Ileou-nt. In KnslaiMl vih. n a nod Ion by the pre- a gold quick. are always hunting for dl k in order to get rich IIMTH1V OF M:ATllltS. all for o the planets and If "Socialists' Agi tation never uttered another word or wrote another line or their highly civ ilised, I'hi'iHtiunixc,! doctrine, the cs FintialM of socialism would still be Inevitable, because It is Inconceivable that modern man with the accum ulalfil intelligence of centuries should l.nally consent lo become the de graded serfs of a comparatively small group of capitalistic lords. ieorge llemsrd Sliuw once sulrt. "We are ashamed of the ignorance ol our enemies." From the editorial in The ChV,ai:o Cecord Herald says: "New Mexico Is engaged In an effort to com In,,- those who slill doubt it that t lill.-d Stales senators should be el.M te, by the direct vote of the peo ple." ll will require a strenuous ' effort on the part of our young state In give so vHltisbb, an object lesslon in thst respect as was contributed r the question, It Is quite apparent that The ! Journal could not be Included In this r i TUB IIATTIJ'M'HY OF S.Ml.TY. Composed by J. D. M. Hamilton, claims attorney, Santa Fe system, und dedicated to the, loyal employes of the Santa Ke Itailwav 4 'ornminv. Tune: "We Will Jlally Hound the Flag, rioys."J .. . ! Yes, we'll rally round ; the Safety Habit, we'll rally once again. Shouting the battle-ory of Safety; We will rally, from our homes, wo will rally from- our work. Shouting the battle-cry of Safety. The Sunla Fe forever, hurrah, boys, hurrah: Down witli carelesKrroRH, up with, care; While we rally round the 'Safety Habit, we will rally once imuin, Shouting tile iuiuio-ery of Sul'cty. CIKiitUS. We will willingly respond to the can of our dead brolhera you hiivti gon) before, fihoilling the battle-cry of Safety; We will till the vacant ranks with thousands of careful men and more, Shouting the battle-cry of Safety The NEW ERA la the only illustrated weekly newspaper In New Mexico Belling at a popular price. In every respect it is the MKST weekly paper in the stale. Marly Issues ol the NKW K It A will con lain I Ik- fnllowliiK UKIlllN'AI. uriiclcs by leuders of d inoc:ruLle tiiouRtit: THK HKI.lUlij.N VK DIOMOr ItAt'Y by ox-t'oncressnwi n John J. l.enlz. o.' Ulilo. Ol'H KllKIOION I'OI.P'Y by Colonel Jaa. Hamilton l.euls, ttl Illinois. THE Fl'TlllE OP llEMOI'ltACy hy C'onKi-essman William Hulxer. of New York. DO IT NOW by I'nlted Ktatea Senator H. L,. Myers, of .Montana. OI'R RKPI'HI.H-H DAXCEnOUS TEV DE.V'Y hy Uovernor -Tliomaa Jl. Marshall, of Indlnna. . NOW Irt TUB' TIMB by . Congressman Richmond Vearson llobson. of Alabama. THE MOMIOE Ilot'TKINB by Governor John I-'. Shafroth, of I'olorailo. THE Ot'TI.OOK J'XIK lata by Consreas- ir,an Irvln K. Pe:!er, of town. THE INCOME TAX STIllMiOI.K by exr inirressman l.a.p Pence, of Colorado. IIEMOCUACY, THE HOPE OL' THE NA TION by ex-O.n-ernor Joseph W. X-"olk, of Missouri. ... A MESSAGE TO YOI'NO MEN bv Gover nor WoodroW Wilson, of New Jersey. Other contributors , will . include aomo of the foremost men ..In the democratic partv. I bene articles were prepared eveliislvlv for Hie Press Itiire.iu of tlo- National Demo cratic Lcukuc of I 'luhs and. bv special tir raiiftemcnl, will not nppeer In anv other New Mexico licwspo p, r. The MO vV Kit A lms al.so made urruTiircincnts for the serial National Capitals, ISnnla r and Wa.1,1 ton by special eorresaondrm un ... 'I lur and important feature uie Ai-jw j-;i(A. of each In,,, .ijiv r.o.i or I- ; Its VOI' Wr, OP llooll ollr:K ii ' n !' STHI-, "I VK, RNTKIlTAI.NtS 1 ANb' TElt W'l INII lt!5AN(l. MAT'IKP i -,- !c. ':N'..- th.k K1N" vor SSIXKrf AT 1' IPTEE.M CENTS PEIl Col' OI'R I 1IIKKAI. OI-TKR TO VOL'. We want YOlT to become a reuular n, ,s ,.r.,v r.o.A. we want Yoi: t i wnnt it is like, and to know, nl our exs, if the paper does not suit vou. i'hcri-, much In ibe theory of jretllK ,,,, for nothing. It is been usi wo lire iu It will sleasii you. that nr-me now off,, . -T,. 4 -Irrnl mr six nh,J for firiw.n ... .... .... ""'I inonlll; will give you your money h', y..u want It. We can alA.rd i ,k; chance, which, as we see.ll'ls n very ll . "X""""" WB neueeJ lh,,r,.U;hl, . r ,,.,, ...j, i,,h iivopic. -j-k. rentage of dishonesty ameng American .. ...,.,,,,, ioriuissiuerut i,ri i business pmpoaltlon of this , kind Tin IU V,l Tl,l'l 1.) 'ni,i I.... . '"I .-v " ; " ".s ?: - o ii 'V ,V i i. .. s iiipie, sirm .......... ..u,.,,.ns IO ,'IX 0 if I Ilia ciiori's. the We will welcome to our rnniis careful, true and brave. Shouting the battle-cry of Safely; Though he may be poor. If he's care less we'll brand him as A knave, Shouting the battle-cry of Safety. CIKHtl'S. We will protect ourselves, our fellows illnl our families, too. Shouting; the battle-cry of Safety; We will hurl the cureless man from the work we love the best. Shouting the battle-cry of Sufety. ciioncg. Now let us join the Safety army and wear the button, too, Shouting the baltle-crv of Safety: We'll then protect ourselves and loyal employes through and through, Shouting the battle-cry of Safety. CHOKUS. IX M i:IOItl M. In loving memory of our beloVcd one, Furmnn M. . Hart. who died March 18, 1912. As we gather at the table And watch each smiling face. The heart fills with emotion lo see the vacant place. We may strive to hide our longing in tne mnist of mirth and fun. Rut we're thinking, thinking, thinking, tr tne loved tho absent one. Yet when the day is over And they- all have gone to rest. We feel the Heavenly Father Does all things for the best. So we cheer our drooping spirits nun tne rising of the sun. Rut we can't help thinking, thinklnrr, hi tne loved th.- alisent one. WIFR AXH RKOTIIERS. woo i iicii .ccniu nmi u ,, ... ..,-. ,-.rw as niaieii tnereln. If ... 0uin.,i- io,- one year at 25 the same offer llobls Bond, M. ffer interests vou n ml .... i.. how It lid be fniLil.. n.....Q ..,...' Ishla to publish a ,.ri i.,,h1J I r. "".V' ". . ." ami ucies on tne presidential campaign. These articles are not Intended to "boost" any candidate but will deal Impartially with Hie various candidates for the highest elec tive office will, in li gift ,,f the American people. The first article, bv Arthur W. Uuun. will dlseuna "SPEAKEH CHAMP CI.AItK AS A NATIONAL KPH RE;" the second article, by James A. Ednerton. one of the most forceful and vigorous writers In the country, risks "IS Wootutow WIL fON THE MohEKM JEKKKKHuN f " in the third article. Mr. Edgem.n names "Jt'liKON IIAHMON, OHIO'S NEW HOPE FUR THE I'UESIHEXCY;" succeeding articles will deal with oilier piesblenlial p,,KKil,l II I It s. All the vital news from the Slate and NEW ERA, AlhiKlllerfiue. N. Enclosed find 15 cenls. Please sVnd the weekly NEW postpaid. Mr six months Amount tn h, runcie.i it i am tint satiKflnd utter reet four numbers. Name Address '. F'osloffice Stale Take this offer up ullh your friends and neighbor and get litem In stihserllw. JT Mln . w e have Special Imlueciiienls and Liberal Terms for club raisers. Ask : I hem. . ' ' WHAT? AKE YOU GOING 1 HEX YTHIMGSaiNTHE Ti T pJhanrbe no'minlTry a Journal Want Ad. Results TTVi rt o. " v. VAULT 9 I I eplgrsmatlc 1 socialism. mler la lost. It means a change tif government. th.r.f..re Is news of ths ,lf mlu hr ,nw nun-at value. r-.irilles t.r the mo-' lion itseir. Mm "lion of lirlmer was nulled off. Ite- aii hardly credit . ,. nianv .-, mllr.m hv- rvt.t..r Holt iih the .r.mlen.hlpof1.lf,11,kM1 f ,rrH,M,. ,hll, mpr, I he .lnl s, ...n of the l.KKI.Ire. mountains. I..Hii,1e Ihe nnd. hill scan- 1 OH I miM-il l,y the alleged bliWa Soil, It- For more lhn me bundr-d years the pan-els post has lo-en -slalilh-d In tetnsnv. K!een pounds of loiiltr. for Insmn.e. Is i-arried t.i hunlrd mtbn sn.l ,1. ll. r.-,l st th- tinanmers door f.r harse tif,nea men stand iharcrd with hating twelve rents. The government makes j suffered them. money by II and the people are a-n-j Itcsltt, a, the New Mrtlco brIU- tk- l.led in do business ei it l.Usl and -r were promptly Jailed, sad If the answer to opponents of AI. V. rTAMM. SERIOUS ACCIDENTS CLAIM TWO MELROSE WOMEN AS VICTJMS ed by four unTni.rtsnt members of the New M.-tico legislature. In Illinois a linker and two or three luers were taught in ih- net after having l iken l lll-a. and some of Ihe Liegest lo.at- profltablv j'HitfiM's 'ostifiea. will lae nent la the I penttentisry, while (he Mg men of ( 1 lrtl f .r. upasili si a to Morwlss aWarul) Melrose. N. M., March !S. Mrs. K. C Klrliy, the other day, aimbled and fell, sirikltig her hand on a sardine chii an, cutting an srterv near Ihe base of Ihe lliiiinli. Mhe sitempiil to walg three blocks to a surgeon, bin f.tiled from weakness. A surge.. u slopped ihe bleeding and rir-sfN-d Ihe wound. , In another family here la I woman with a crippled hand, resulting from e most unusual accident years ago. Thl. woman attempted lo carry hot wsl.r tn a via pitcher. As she was pssKins n oien window, a -,h. draft Mr in k Ihe pitcher, bursting It. The broken sl-iss cut it,-, ply into her wrint, never, 'ng the coihIs governing three of h.-e j Inters. The hand was totally dlanl.l, ,1 or monma. anil ha s never regained either Ms shape or um-fulnesa. ltl F TII WkH. I wish In think tnr mint lovsl New M tk la t-rtgging almiil the j I llinouv Ihe lasnkera nnd the law yers. I n mount of rain railing In this aoun jlhe . il leaders and Ihe Snnd iy j . , , i . ' . ,., ..,n friends f.ar their sympathy expres-ed plaining lht nooala are no! rnn,la-,tne gnods. and t-onfewwinc their gwi!t, j "d naewtsme irinlrml me durinc Ihe rlre In prosperllr r romf.srt, jsre going sl'ut their bitaiiieaaa ns','",r ,,l'a and nf my Iseloved ,... no. riiimas M Hart, aim was on Msrih It. P. M. HAF.T. The momtM" hoia ran hardly .had e.er Ita Aliened la thtm JlhH u, of Ihe .erdinaryi":."- rlmt .bov. I l J. Jasrtify lis redaction of Ihe ltiil asole from the corruption thai' arhr-dote tWIoajr that reniMiaa-ftilMl l.v . etile tfttaa II tKaa ..l. a I lh. I.nff t-vard. JlorVed KgtsUlurrg. frequenll, e I Tfy 3 JOUfnal Want Ad. ReSUltS Mm. 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