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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JtiURfJAL, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1912.'
SIX AN ISPKrEVDrtN'T KBWSrAPBR. f jiorniiici journal (Official Nawapapar of Ni MmIoo) Puhllihael br th JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. O. A. MACPHrRSO.V. W. T. Met niCIeJilT. . . DON W. .VHK. . . .Prralelant , . . . Maneitvr .Clly Keillor Wntarll ttrwntall, r. J. AMIt.RWIN, Marciuett Heilldlua, Ihlraca, Faalrra HprrnlittlTa, R.l I'll It. Ml I.I.MIAN, M 1'ark How, .Nam York. m. is.iiltr.d aa twit-niid-denea mattttr at the Biartrrira at Aitmntu'ripia, N. M., unaar aci or tApar of Mnreh 1, H7t. TUB M'lFtNtvrj .loiJHNAl, IH TllH! f.KAitivo iirprnr.fA n papkii op nkw MKXICO. SltPPOKTlVel TIIK I'RlN'i'l I'LKS OF 'I'll K KKI'lini.K'AN I'AIITY Al.l, TUB TIMF! AM) TUP! MttTllttlifl OK TUB RKPI'HT.ICAN PAKTT WHBN TIIRT AUK HKIUT. I arrar clrrulatlun than any nthr papar la Nw Me-iicn. Tha nnly iiapetr la Naw Mailco lulled vry clay In the year. TUHMS OP SUI'.Se'HIl'THJN. Ially. by carrier, una m"tilh tte lially. by mall, ona month lua "Tba llornlnv Journal has a hlchar elr aolatlon ratine thun la arcordtitl to any othar paper In New MpiIoo." Tba Ameri can Newpapr Directory. AI.HDWl'RUUL'B NKW MEXICO fil of prltlhu miytliliiK I ii in the nexi eciurt a. These mi' fads, mill Iti view ol thi'ni, II would ho no inula Ihiin com inoii sense fur I hi- people of New Mex ico lo vole for hint unanimously. No Vole attains! him cull lie oast In the Interest of the voter. Every vote eH Ml iiKalnst him la to vote iiiiiilns'. the welfare of thin state iiud of e.erv limn In Hie state. Therefore, llm Journal hiik ki'MIm lluil tor once, pollllenl football he laid aside' iiiiiI th.it nil the pimple decide to do the hi si Ihlim for thin stale hy re. tuniiim II. II. FeruiifiHon to ennui-oss by a unanimous vote of ihi' elerlontte of New Mexico. rUIVSi 1'IJGIIT. news of yesterday morning an ea thilt the I'liliini K'verinnelil l 'SSOVS CWIHIIACY. Hon. Harvey H. KirgusKim opened his itimpititui fur re-election to eon HxesH in n speech delivered nl Hiinln 1 last nlnhl. II was tin- kind of speech those' who know Mr. I'YrmiH miti would expect him lo make courteoim mid polite lo his opponcnlH lion. Marios ('.. do liueii Hint lion. Nullum Jaffa, for both of whom he ha nothlnu Iml the kindliest cypres- ClollK. In dtnllinf Willi puhlie tiicsl lona, Mr. I''oli!ilson was i bar-till, concise', lonicnl us In -fits a reully ureal lawyer, and every word breathes drvollon to the Interc-Ms of Now Mexico, where lie has lived bo IntiK. for the welfare of whose iieople ho haH worked 1111- ccaslnply. on (he tariff, .Mr. FiTKiiMwon states hU position admlrahly. 11 lx not the view of n free trailer, nor yel lhal ol a protectionist for pioleilloriH sake, hut 111 View of H man who reeomil.t'S thai Ihe Kovernmetit mas! he Hiipport ed l.v 'ruveniieM l alHcd larcly from ImporlH, and en on as Much taxa tion iittiMl vltl )w proposes to have It m placetl thai II will l.c for the (treal-t- poSKilile. Iieiicfil to this i state, I run fore he is In favor of a tariff on wool, Mich as was advocated hy ."'peaki r t'liti k and Kloor l., ader l'n denvnod, who, from their positions In congress, puis! la conceded lo repre sent the policy of Ihe demoirallc majority In that laidy, Also, Mr. Fi'i iiKHon' position Is In harmony will) lhal of Senator r.u Kol lette nnil other leadlnu irouressves. At the present time Ihc larlff on wool in 42 per cent, n t'luure conceded hy J'residi nt Tafl as ' Indi fensi hc." Clark. I'mhrwood and Lit FolloUe all had (flveii careful sillily to the Huliject anil decided that Ihe hesl figure Ih I'll per nl, a rale within uhoul three per t i nl of ihe fit; tiro recommended l;y Ihe larllf hoaid, hence, no one could stl'ioiisly object lo II PJteept liel))la lf Of the wool trust lle.SlrollH of liialnialulni; a monopoly. Willi those fai ls in view, Mr. Fcr KtiHMon unnoiinccH lhal he will at all times utc for a tariff on wool be cause It Ih an Important industry in .New Mexico, Ju (his poslllon he Is not only lhcoreln ally i-onect fi-om Ihc standpoint it stalesmau interested In prodiK iim revenue for the novom meiit and at Ihe hame time malulain Ink an 1 1 1 1 i 1 1 1 1 ,1 1 1 1 imlaslry, bul he Is in accord with the history of wool tar lif li'i,slation. Fiee wool, under the I 'lev eland ad i ni n ist ra 1 ton, uoi kcd rum lo Ihe iml !!.- t 'n the t tier ihe 1 1 i 1 1 1-1 1 and 1 ills. Hie in -I bee. ime bu itiu 1 r ion i In pi odnei JO I e aid i i 'lit.? to the ItS till II pl'lee. I.Ike 111" I H II ll.i llil.l ! i 'I I, I 1 tip, it uiniry. ' a-aync-Alilrlch all powerful, i r al its nv'i consumer ,.l K cntticklan's ealeln i ibem ' i eon, in' i, ad r Mi, IMsiiwii loaliiUiia the , : lie : nee Ici.e : liusl. Il avoids i l r"loe Ther is ;: ii, fcllr poll's ' :r lei Ul.ti .Ii to the Tllf pleSi .,i lliCl! I I lib.l.v es al .Il -'ice I .it ,e, 'l b, lit II1.H t ,e 1 V eu i'i I.- the ,,! , -, -r,! liirwi I. In s; ! Vi wi.iibl have Ihi!' Jiifft would h.i tlx- Hi'llili- t In II iu.iJor.iv . At pi St. iti s m i, 'loo. loiiu F.M mil I. 1 the y prop, aslry, a i raiinv bd Ii nl ' the illlel I . .it Hi e t w hit h f Ni of ll.llil ' bin :iolt ! l II'" ''tie. I "lit. 11.1 li ' llnlh PI' f Mr. l'l i dioiild nl1- W MeXlt'O. ttiil repiv is l.ii-Ki ! M- Will bt 1 a in.tjor- ibl ,' nitieh , lie I'. let mil Mi :,v-iili-' in b lllO'Tilt i Tin noiitu cm Hie verKe of bankruptcy, The (loiney. iitlirilnlstralion hita been petitlliiB money at the rale of about sixty million dollars h year, while the revenues of the country amount In about one-hnlf thai num. The urea of Cuba cmuuIh about forty per cent of Ihe area of New Mexico, but II in wnii- lerfully rich mid Ihe people are prns- peroUH. Only Ihe j;overnmenl Is r liecaiiscl of its cxtrnvaBance and urn ft. In any oilier l.atlii-Anierlcan hlale, Cuba would be rltie for revolt.. Hut ('nolo Mam has Indicated to lhal coun try Hint Its mirpliiH ouci-kIck must be expended In other wa.vH than klllliiK ich other and cleslroylni' property. The Fnlied Klales has taken u larue conlract. The Washlimlon Movfrn- inent has declared Itself on the sub ject of Latin revolutions, purllcularly those of Ihe Central American n ml West Intllan novcrnmenls. H will "land for none except llioso really de. tnanded and supported by (ho people Iheiiiselves. Sell lah revobll Ions, fl niiricetl hy spcciilalive Juntas in New York Cliy, miisl lake n hack scat. They will not lie tolerated. The Vnlt. etl States, as the ureal mill Hood friend of ihe Central American and West In tllan (rovernincnts, will do Its best to maintain law nnil order and Kivo th peopie a ennnee lo develop the won derful resources of (heir respei live eoiihlrlcs. Wo will use moral suasion some HiIiik more when necessary to sec Hint elections are fair and licit) in an orderly manner. We will maintain fret; and open coiiimiinicallous be tween Ihe points here the American ministers are located and Hie consul I'hlpa. Also where A mi rlcu n cilizens are locaied In the counlry, they miisl have Hie rluhl to Jict to anil from their American diplomatic representative al all limes, and m biilllest must lake place wheru AllUTiemm art" likely lo be hurl. This Is a somewhat ambitious pro gram, bul the AVtishltiKton Kovcrn uieiit has hi II ho known lhal It wilt lie satisfied with nolhliiK less. As consuls are located at all of Ihc purl towns and Ihe minister Is In the capi tal city of Ihe counlry dosirlni,' a revo lution, and as Americans lire mi tiercel all ihroiinh the country, the ureas on which revolutions: may be pulled off lire therefore rest rlctcd. Also, the Fulled Stales Kilaranlcos lhal there shall be no Interference) with the cltl .ens of iin.v either fore In a eountry and lhal Ihe (iermans, (he F.nwll-h ami tile Fi'i-ni'h mid Italians must also have all Ihe protection nceonleil to Ameri cans, dm,, further restilitlnK areas of rebellion. Then there are Ihe run. loins houses, wbieb hoi'ot.o',,.,,. v....... I been used by rovolutlohinlM to finance (heir operations, (hose must no( be molested bieaune croilllois have lakeli Ihi'in over as security for limits. So, lo say Ihe least of , (he revolu tionist Is now in a bad way and must look elsewhere to unlit a llvlnir. Id kill. There weir ninny snakct tin the place. ( nio Italian niacin ho much money that the "Muck, hand" unilcriiiok to hold him up ftir 'ail of his wiMilih. Mr. Hockefeller hec.uni) suspicious ami hrouKhl In a ilelee llve. It tle edopeil lhal the laborer not only had hnuiihl ail tne Hiiakes killed on farms for many miles around and cashed Ihelll ill lo .Mr. Iloekefel br. but he was actually runnlntf a snake ranch on a section of Ihe Koekifeller eslate. The rbhi'St mnn in the world now has less faith In hu manity, which H sa.viriK much. TrnTiiinuu r r n n n ACCORD FERGUSSQN I EAD CAE AT AMARILLO BIG RECEPTION AT SANTA FE JMI llll.l.'S .Vli i: The tlnlled Sbtlca ban made a caro tid InvcMlKiiliou Into (lie Increased cost of livliiLi, ami il Is round lhal lucre la reason for w IdcHpreail dissat isfaction on the pail of the coiftiinet. InuiiiM Ihe past (en years the price of food products has none up an iivrr aue of about fifty per icnl, and so far lis one may JuiIkc, thtre Is no likeli hood of a red in lion al an curly dale. .lames ,T. Hill Is one of the hli;tfest nu n in Ihe world, lie dels fuels from every where and Hun studies Hum through for coiieluxions. He says Ihe re niedy lies in protl ncltiK more per acre than is now done by the farmer, and In more people itoiim lo (he farms. Minneapolis had only l.L'no people when Hill went lo St, Paul. Now il his nearly four hundred thousand, l.aml could he btuiLjhl almosl any where in Minnesota at that date for an aire that now sells for from $ 7 lo !;.",. Not w iihsl.imliim the a rent Inert ase in the price of faun I.HitK Mr. Hill Is of the opinion lhal Ihey are Jus! al the beyinnliu', of an other phenomenal boom In pi h i s. He e peels luU'ls lll.tl may How be had for $ I "0 an ai re to mi to $",na an acre w it bin a few Jim Hill b for has I; l! i ii r; i l" ' K. lew nit lb pilbh- , "I II,. i,llli i bi,t : Pf years. Ill hi d Sill ve.iis. Imtiim Ihi I uilibni; tianei he has be. 11 b's h things time In- ii I i ii lilal allium in -b'toiielll d b pi eii s tb. ell. 't slliC il I'. ,1. h. b i'I it tb. it- II I. . .1 . ;. , v i . ' .f . In I..- mori If he e .a I 1m-c oli.lio.' a At b i si. lhal It ho h;iv e )' I-t-e VI lit til W. As iiic.ii. u H fi al un.lt r b:s s.--t sprinc, . nd Hi ll liulliii.II. th'' pi-.. pi v ill have no "t;e in Hi. s, lv us- in h.irii'.oiiv with lb i.nriy m epl Mr. K rus n. New M' i. ) haa Josl be. n admit I'd Into Ihe uiti'em. She lot da mini lei-is'., lion. lilies Wr. Fltjnssotl I. ..Hr.''icl, this sbitr can hnv- no Imp. ft ...l.vv f.tl 111 II, e 1 1 II! II i-iir i . kii..v lit as el HlW I- , . .ill i n v 'f am ieult 'in ...ols I're.h; .ml u nit oral a. I ly cull. li- ib in a - the His buy l.m.l. bill bllV hi . rlnn. s . M. M . f 111 f He i ii v;. h about pi "philosopher a.l.lee III o aere by at Ii fid. Ill it be ' I ll.e fillule. ; ...bile, a of l.tlillv III. le. t- li. al ironllnnrwl IVoin fnijp Our I Hie I'oiulltloiis In our rcuiole, scml-arld slate, and ifisuade them Hint lie cniMht In have' what wo de- manil. Those sIiiIih who keep their representatives in coiiKi'eHM timny e.-nn- Hoeuiivii lerniM have fared best In sc curlnir Internal Improviinieuts. And the list of needs of our state, tin new, so lare, so undcvclupi'd. Is a lontc one: lilver Improve nieiils, hrltliies, irrlxallon enlerjirises, public build Inns, pensions, Hovirnmi'iit survey ol our laiiils, road hulldinK, military posts, legislation afl'ectiiiK Indian riVp retlallon claims, Hie homesteud laws, (he proposctl leasiin.; of public laiidH, lo be fenced, for Miazina purposes, to promote our Ihe slock Industry, the iiiHniiifcniont of the forcsl rescrvis, Hie openimr ,,f Hie prccloun metals underlying private land claims In pub lic; entry and approprlaHoii; ami oth ers will likely urine. In u elcuicicratlc cohki-css and ael mlnlslrallon, Marcos C. de liaca would receive altenlion, heeanse eb'in oe'rats mid proKi'i'Sslve rcpnbliians of ten act toKether in congress. Itttl What parileiilar Influeaei. e.aild Nalh- nn Jaffa exert, as Ihe represenia I Ive of Ihe notorious boss and corporalion controlled ten llorlal Kovernmi nt of Ne w Mexico, and as the ally of the na lloll.il stand-pal party of Aldrleh, the (luttKeiihtilms, llallitiKer, l.oriiner antl the special Interest, plutocratic rewline from which the country Is slruuKliiiii to K'l'l free. IaiIiiIiis Position on Tariff. I want to slate my position on tile tariff In plain words, so plain thai I cannot be lulsiinilerslooil or misrep resented, I Ihluk it Is the duly of ev ery nicni her of coiini'ess In look after Ihe Interests of Ihe slate he represi'iils to prolee t her humblest clt'zen In his lenal riahls, to strive lo increase tier population and prosperity, and lo pro tect and promote I hi' success of eery enterprise ami liitliislry in which her oltlaoiia lire enquired, 1 shall there fore, al all thins, support and vote for a larlff on wool, as Indus an import-' ant liitliislry of New Mexleo, In this, I do not consider thai I am doim; aliy- IhlliK Inconsistent with Ihc progres sive ilemucracv of Ihla day ami Keiier- atioii; Iml thai I am In full accord with siteh ilemocratlc leatbrs as Champ Clark antl 1 'ndei'W'ooil, antl Hie I 1 1 1 1 1 1 or 1 1 y of Hie di'iuoeratlc house of ri-prosctitnl Ives: In accortl with our ureal democratic candidate, Woodi'iiw Wilson, wlio lately staled at St. Paul lhal so-called Iree trade Is a harmless honle, hecause of this Kl'eal and expensive ljoveriiineiit which we must line in la hi hv laxallou levleal on Imiunls. line Ihoiisand million dol lars every year must be raised by tax ation In the shane of the larlff. to run our ovei iinit nt ! and Ibis Vast sum Is eel-lain to be Inelcased steadily in proportion as we i;i'ow as a nation and develop as a world power. 1 1 is the ict tli'.l policy of oar fcovcrnincnt lo raise Ibis I'lioinioas revenue by a larlff mi rh'hIs lhal come, from for ciMii nalions Into Hie I'niled Slates. So Wooilrow Wilson says I here ill no I m for free llatle. So Champ Clark and Cnib rw ootl said, w hen ul tiicked for pla.'tiiK a tariff on wool, thai while' we reduce the larlff enough lo kill Ihe trusts antl prcvonl inoiioply. we are chained Willi the duly also, as the majority parly, re sponsible tor Hie runnliiKT of the iov ernnieni, to niainlain tariff rate's on revenue prodtii liiK artieles, And wool is a heavy revenue producer. In so livviiiu ihe tariff, il miKht lo be ad jusled willi ciiully and fairness to all set-lions of Ilic counlry and to all commodities. So, 1 am lor New Mexico and h. r industries ill the luak Intf of all tariff laws, where Micro Is any beinlit 'a accrue from Ihe tar iff. Turirr ThxiiiIoii re'rcllcel. Since Ihe siieelal inlefesls, HiroUKh corrupt IcKislatlon. have- controlled the uiui'innii'iit, the oriKtnal pill pose of tariff tavalion has been perverted. The rites have I ii pushed so hluli its lo be prohibitive, or so nearly so as lo lessen Importations anet Mills cul off revenue; so hiuh as In Increase the cost of living ami brilin more misery lo He people; so liie.ll as lo e rente iti..no.h and nive vast unearned wi.illli I" Ihe favored lew. Take Ihe wool it isl, for example: The' trust was feline, I by c.ttinK all Ihe per sons alltl eol poraliolis elltt.lKeel ill ; nianai.ietui inn and sellint4 woolen ..otls Int.. one but parent corporation,, talbil a in, si. Il Is the only concern t ncavleil ill Ilic l'llillt.s of l)ll in Wool and le.il.il)'-: and sellllli; woolen foo.i As ii is tb.- oiilv market to whiili the wool I'iiiiir can lake hisj Wool, il li.i- Ihe pi. ever to lol't'c down I w Ii I IlMII e I he 111 lee i'I Hie W Ol'l ' Boy Saw Man in Beard; Shooting Done by; Overalls with Blacklf Accused Manifests Little Interest, : Illy Meirnlnit Jnnrnnl rnpe'litl Laneenl Wlra.l I Aniarlllo, Tex., Sept. 211. -Testi mony of Karl Jackson, a l l-ytar-old eye witness of the UaK'.'tly, was Ihe feature of Ihe Ills', elay's heui'liitf of (ho habeas corpus bcuti here today In hi hiilf or J. P. Sneatl, chur.iied with Hie murder September 11th of Al. (1. Iloycp by shootiiiK. Jiu-kson testillcd that a black hen ril ed HlrnnKor wearlnn overalls, fired three shots ai. Payee niter first ex clalinliis", "Now I've roI you," and th.t Ha l'oyi-e fell he pleailed with Snead not to shoed him. Sheriff P.urwi'll leslificd that at the Snead'8 arrest the prisone r wus vcnr ini? overalls and ihat his heard was black ant) looked as If It contained, chart-mil dusl. In court toilay Sni'ad's heard was red. All ihrcuiKh today's procccillliKs Snead sal unconcernedly, most of Hie time.' chewiiiK a clKar. "" DEAD HIGHWAYMAN NOTED DESPERADO J to bo srlPn.u for I'lovYn ,.,.! s more' 'ii lour markets than il sells for abroad. f So. under llli. ulit'rnmunl lie -toecbll illleli'Sls, so-called protection does Hot product the producers of raw mate rial Ihoutjh il dot m pour nlilli uiK of unearned dollar. Into the pocket of the preel etory rich. I low fare Hie laborer ill the trust-owned faclorloN? Kverybod v remembers the I loinestead riots In the' steel trust mills, veils mm, when the laborers wtrre eonipelled hy Ihe huimer and w rctclieelness of llie-ni. selves and their wives and little onea to strike for deeent wanes, and enduro all Hie horrors of such a Mruiruh', while' CarncKie was pillnti up his five? hiinelieel million tlollars by favor of larlff laws made by the rich and cor rupl, for Ihe rich and corrupt. A de lusion line! a false pretense it Is, arid 'ever him boon, the claims at i leellori llmcg of the tariff barons that they f wanted hih tariff for the benefit of the' American workltiRnien. The work els In these trust factories have man-atii-d lo keep such wanes, tin Ihey have been paid, hy virtue of Iholr powerful nrnanizations antf ' their striken, in which Ihey have ircnei'itUy I n sus tained by n Just public opinion. Strlko nt l.iiwreni'i' Woolen MIIU. livery rlKht meanitiK Anierican citi zen otmht to rend in this rampalun the facts of the sli'lko last wlnler in thiv woolen rnlllK at l.nwrenre, Massachil se lls. The strike In the Cnrfu'Kie steel works al Homestead was almost twen ty years ukh; hut this stril e In the woolen mills al Lawrence look place In Ibis uiiod year of 19J2, near Ihe end erf h Tuft, special Interest, plutocrat ic ailininlslrallon, the Pnyne-Aldrleh tarlt'C hill In full force, with the wo ! en 'schedule K cnrrylni,' Hie lilnhost larlff on woolen ifoodH thai was ever known. The siil'ferliiK workeri In IKbse 'mills, after mnclinK i' tiis.il of their reilicsl for n raise of vvaRos, nt ct ssi.rv, thev pleaded, bceniisp of (he hitth cost of the necessaries of life, J were compelled to (elrike. l.'otiyresj. or Hie ltivvor house, cfetermlnofl to m vtstinalc Ihe charwe that tlurln;,' ''it slrlke a larm' numlier ol' Ilic women and children n.ul iralheieil at Ihe ni I road Hattor. re-ady to leave Law rence ami lie fed and housed by brother workers in factari' s, who wort still at work. Suddenly, Hie niiiiioit Ihs of Lawrence, lite chief of police mill a lalKO force erf hl. . ni-iib chaisott upon Hie crowd of women and ehll- tin n anil strikers, rouchly nanoien some', aireslecl unci incueu up oioern williout warrant and for no olie-nse ehaiKctl. ilispciscd all, ami pri-vent. 1 any of Ihc women and childi'i-n from IcnvliiK Lawrence. Apparently, 111-' aiithorilieH of Lnwroiice were the ready tends of the mill owners. The object appeared to In' to bre.alt the spirit of the strikers hy keeplliff le fore their eyes. In daniie-r and inilli' b ss on shoU rations, their depi'inb n1 wIvck anil children. I shall- not eo furlhcr Into the delulls of how chil dren worked in those mills lo eke out a living for the family, when tney oiiuhl to have la-en In' school. The rtt-onl of the evidence Is full of sou! Ktlirliih- fads. Tt 1r Instructive to compare Ihe wants and misery of Ihe workers in the highly protected woolen mills In Massachusetts, with, the workers in other lines of Industry,' where liilmr Is employed, and where the trust tariff is not In force in Hie lutildinii trades, for Instance, where Ihe carpenters, bricklayers, painters and others are ucltini; Rood wanes and aliuriUK in the Koncral prosperity. ' Shall Hie People Hole. '-"" lur ' " ' "" ,B "'v . ' "tl, ntl.-nieii: In The people have already won in looa i-1 m ,i-.-!i. mm. I ltl.,. In I -.,.'.,., lit I,, ..mini unci ill New "I Hit' lulus .Mexico; but it look the smashlnK 'f K , ,,, "n,,!ik' ainl I parly linos to do it. 'ii'1.1''1 1'".'' "'''''",',. The peoplo have won in California I s.-iu. inl'i r. limn. I piannc-il ! under the forcful Hiram Johnson: in j IJ..... f;;;;;- ;;.'., ie... - j - ' Wisconsin under Ia I'lilleHe, the Rieat .., .v.,,-,.,,,1,,.,. i stm-i-il r.u- Di-m. .rit; In New Jersey, under the j A rier n.y .(f...e. Mtelii.e. Ol nr-hort(l(Ml and rrSOUU. WOmnnw ( . (11 ,,ltfll .:,.tm;in'n AUn-niitlvc In IDE SAME CONSIDERATION The- chil 1 Willi her penny cavlim. brink The small boy with his small charge. The lady with her pin money savings The small man with his small roll The bis man with his big roll - ' . -'.; arc' each accoiJcd (lie same considerate attention anJ cxtcnitej' most liberal Ircatment con.istent with fjoccl and profitable baql;imj..s. ..7 e ; '.' ' ' liui. ! State National Bank of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ; Fresno, Cab, Kcpl. "ii. A dead hili wayman, whose body, has been lyinir in the niiiiBiic since last WeilneatUiy, when he was shot 1')' Thomas Kaii.nl, whom -he uticnipted lo Imld up, was Identified Unlay hy J. lines Mullen, a miner anil ciiKlncer, as Harvey Cole, an outlaw, who had curried on a car nival of crime I rum Idaho lo Mexli Mullen declares he is familiar with Cole's re cord and lhal he saw Cole kill two Chinese ill MeXie-o. He says that Cole escaped tvvit l' while ser iuv;' a leii-ycar sentence in an Idaho penilcntiary for murder and thereafter started on a career of rob bery in Wyoming, where he robin d a Kiimlillib", ilen, and in Arizona, where lie robbed a. restaurant antl was wounded Willi a eh aver by the cook. AecortlitiK to J idler., Cole killed two Chinese In Idaho. 'RECOVERED from SEVERE LUNG TROUBLE jil. iit y air aist! k eiiiTerjiitf IlliltV iw 11 KcUinitii'sf lliii'il Mini ).i i IlltN f ht'"iiK'it 11,1 ni' cam s U nil nufrpivi V,' ttlle'lll'l dnur I'"!' "t i cHt'.i iim yi all .1 fM Uii" 1 1 ..I me n I'ulll 1 1 M l V,' clcil in hrlurt A 1 1 ' I'lul L 1 i.'. hl'KJ tl'.Hll.l.": h h.t nt it It ; rivsii ws.iry 1' THuUi4 ,.t!i:li', H'MMt t b III )Vul full health, i mt'illrtup f"' ,M'I cj.i many vc- h i il ihviu-lnyi Hmt l; t cuiilis In a mttni'r .It-chti-c.l tiMjtcI.MS. thai . n-i tn'iifi'lttinu' "tlicr 1it l i'.'.ai- wlmi ft ha u' tin- iiu-anH i.. iim HtiK.ilc Ihiti Hi. Mit.llo l'c I.tU l.iilu', Minn. tonlicr, l!ai'. ainl 1) i il 11 In ' I t rt-1 1 .1 u !' (nfiihu'tl Mil ncvcia! nij hcl. 'I'hcH.- hit tu iiuirltcM at niji'lits an I HppctlU ulsn i. till'. I inc. On account of (he Semi-Annual Conference of the Mormon Church at Salt Lake City, Utah, the Simla 1'e will sell round trip tickets from Allmqueriiie for $31.95 Dales of sale, Septoinhcr 30: Ii and f.Otli, and October Jst., 2el., I'lnal ii-leii ii limit of (ill days from dale of sale. 3d. P. J. Johnson Agent CONTRACTOR and BUILDER Prompt Service New Machinery Full Equipment. ' . FOURNELLE, Phones 1065 & S52 JCW LOCATION 320 NORTH FIRST STREET. nprial 4711 Gycerine Soap Opclldl Verdura 3 cakes for 25 cents Williams Drug Co., lll.CB lHONT, 1 1 7 West CentvaJ. SI. Wilson, who overthrew in Now Jersey Ihc democratic cml of this plutocratic Koveinment. This year Ihc finht Is national. Shall the bosses anil Hie irusts continue to rub in Hie nation; or shall Ihe people rule? The battle lines an' drawn up. m one side are the trust belief le-lmie-s. the money kliiKS, the' Aldriehes, and men of Ihe typo of Wood, of Lawrence, Massachusetts, who, with fifty mil lions or more In his pockets. Is stnrv Iiik the workers In bis factories and their women and children In the ef fort to net more millions; mid on the sumo side, In New Mcslco, the de throned bosses of Iternalillo County, rcsponisible for seven per cent tuxes, the election corruplols of Han Mlnued county, the non-taxpav ins corpora lions of Colfax county, apd the rail road lobbyists antl attorneys, who made the linaiiiendable const rtul ion . I'luhlliifr on (he ollu r s de is (ho ureal body of our honest e it i.eiiship, vv ho ileniand srn lal justice: tleiiialiti in-u honest labor as well as honest rapital .shall be protected ; that rapacious 'capital shall be curbed; and who n.'H determined that those who toll shall have a lust share of what labor pro ducts, and nil oeiual chance purniit of happiness. , Ul'.'UllH ill Inl.init I III .Vt.ll.ll, I I IOI. .tllll'i .Hill Kteep W'll Wi'llllll 1 1.1" PI. Illll lllt 111. ell! t'l ln-ller. I Itt-nt IIi-Iiii- amt piiiU'.v nl 1'limI, redone.) In. in... I think It, leu.' a lioi.tl iiii.'til.' Winn I li-lt I'.'tiver )ti v unils I new weltili Pi,. Glass-Paint Cement-Plaster Albuquerque Lumber Co. 423 North Finn: Street LUMBER i Ill.V mill y ran hi Tuiioi-t in tti l, iki rati t am nil oim niim Hi-IJty of VniiriiH Milliiirry antl lCnul'-li-Vrnr Srmrnls ttl Ihi1 l'""- ri.-i ami ' luhl . 1 t h;i nk I i.Tiint i v.- t.a- my in-all m. i i Miiv nt lie r in iNiin suit IV tin.? fi lojiis. 1 will HlaUy th hi." lSv..in affhlavil I HAl'la U KASNACIIT. Ki kniaii K Mtcrtiittivc is cli't i tlvc In Brun chltjs. Asthma, ilay l-Ytr; Tlinutt ami l.unK 'I t-euiitt-H, .md iii imhuihlinv Un fiicin. I'K M not rtuitain inls'n, n)i:iriii n, ham' t -fiirtnlnw tlniKt. l-'nc sale hy A Ivnrmii ilviirt' Kti.iv anil II inhlaml 1'lui ntiui y, antl a Ii. r lcaeiitiK ilrtitiHlstw. Ak f a- h- -lilct lellitttr if ii'i-ovpiii's, ami vi iic t-i Kckinaa Itah.iraloiy. phHailcli'lita. I'a.. fr adilitimui ( ilifltCC. THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Retail Dealers In FRKS1I AND SALT MEATS SnusiiKes a Specialty For cattle and boRs the blKPeat mar set pjleea are paid. .irsT Ki:ci:ivi:i. ! Fine assortment of foreljrn woolens in I all the latest weaves and rolorinn-s. i.. c. ;ii:i.iTZ. 7-9 . T. Armijo lliiildlns. DANGEROUS PORTIONS OF BURNED STATION ARE BEING REMOVED citv sum: r.F.i'Airaxc. and HMr.m;:it.. Our inolto "Quick Service." Hesl ijraele of sole leather. All work jrunr nntced. Sewed soles, ","c nnil $1,011. We rail and deliver. It. A. SAMl'FI.S. Phone 182 Id" X. 4lh St. LAST MONTH OF EXCURSIONS to California cool sea breeze every day at Coronado Tent City Del Mar San Diego La Jolla San Francisco Tie Ke ts .ioeiil f on sale daily until r return until net. Sept. 30, .11, 1912. P. J. JOHNSON, Agent, SANTA FE Results from Journal Want Ads i Results from Journal Want Ads Try a Journal Want Ad. Results in-, j if! Ill lis 'ill Hi. it al' Ii iritis I,- h is ii - nd I- el i .1 if 111, w ..el. II , lliue f . I. Til I .-nd- e ill. I 111 s l i He'll" 1 III Hi- On!), I!'. J. 1. 1 . Ko.-ke f' il- r La Ju-I heitii l.reakiiiu t ti r luh fiii.tiu-e n his Lit; f.trm ii. 1 1 e is il. a I h ly a f ra lit mid I (f.-red his tenants h id Th. an..; n u i' It tel ti Miekt ct iii?i iipi.-ce f r alt ihe siiakts Hie j i "c. i to bl !).- WO- H..' Iw f.-r III, I II eH ! i.pli And st 11. Il lease s ' o,..k. - ! It llo lice e is ii'.v- iri'sfl IniN p. r.i emit ii.1 (be f.t. I PI. i..-.i It I. tli 111... tulle I Mil. ill Hll pi . d iii-. r. 1 U is to i-r I'I lee 11 II est llu- Iran n aili.i,. ol" I the p.. .pi.- is mil I lie In:: Il C"M of bv- 'I . '-si-. e on Hie poor. tt t r nt . r I !ie priee i I I. Il..t tl-e tu.ounl . .1 In Mr. J..n. s in l!!pe-.tl i'll:iirm:tll of Male eotlN elll lull, that Am. Ti. an markets ul S.-iu il portions of tbe tower of Hi. Santa IV depot, whlell was itetntP t1:inia;;ed I v lire. Wel'e t's(er.l.iy le iiiovid, fur f.ar that Hoy mlnh( f-'l! and Injure someone. The cupola at ((lie lop oi I lie ii'ii'-i 'ii'o t-'--li'.ny of Hie Inner structure of Hi' , tower were taken down vesiorday anil more work-will dp no::e ;,io:tj t move all pans of the i.iultiine j )i,it;ht I'.' a lilt naee lo the public : re-Hn-t I'atlie W. , My. t 'I A Hal. I'll a. id t . lit 1 111 in I ..ad.ni " till.-! I-..I-..II .W I .- p. Yoik al less Hi. n -r p.iiind th.tii il sells If Ho- argument i f sound, wool ot.tHii For bowel ennipiiinia tn children nlwaya rive Cbaniberlnln' Colic, Cleolt-ri and Iinrrlioea Uemedy and castor oil. It Is certain to effect curt and when reduced with water and aweetenetl Is pleasant to tako. No tihvsicinn can proscribe better remeily. For al by all 'llrueKisi. 1 1 i Man se eric. t me. C. D. DEDMAN (.AXADO, AKIZ. Wholesale antl P.clail Dealer In Native Woo"., Genuine Navajo Indian Hlankcts, Silver, Wedding Baskets, Square Melts. I hae at all limes a Iarse assortment of blan ko(s I am riht here where they are made, and I am In a. posit. on to fill lare or soiali orders at all times. Terms; c.th net. Prices raiife from 85 cents o $1.40 a pound; weight of bhttiketi ranRea from six to twenty pounds. Get ,ny 1'ricea and romiare with othem. Questions: Anything about blankets will be answered promptly. All my T.lankets are OKXV1NE, I1AXP MADE BANKKTS. r. 0 Cn iiatle). Aria. Tratlinst Post, Xoline. ArU, Apacbc Couniy, Xatajo KcM'rtMlioo. tlSI'!'!i;!l',llli I l P jm ((T S