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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY, H'l Y 30, 1913 TEN PAGES. SECTION TWO. STATE OFFICIALS MAKE REPLY TO War-Time Journal Published Its Iast Edition on Wall Paper i n mi Topcaa uphill i STEEL STATEMENT FOR QUARTER S WW c Governor, Seciotary of State and Attorney General Give Out Letter in Dispute Over Investment of School Fund, or 1 1 i ii h unlqu day in u edition ,f 11 H il Ulll - .hi tin reverse Ww of " i i.i i u i . nnd e spt i'n ii'' MMt COtPONOINC TO MOHN'Na JOUS N Ai. Santa Fe. N. M . Jul. !. -Further correspondence In 1 1 1 - disagreement between tin- state treasurer nn BBS MMi nnd Hi'' governor: attorney gea- rrul ml secretary of Mitt 00 the oth er, regarding the Investment of the iicrniiimni school fund "I the Mate, tho (orator opposing and the latter throe advocating Its investment In Hip slate highway bonds, Ml Made puh- Uo today, it is a letter from the ad ix ii I of tin- hlTeetlWI of thin mon. In tho roed bonds, In reply to n let ter from State Treasurer Marion re fusing to do no. iinil MlittliVK that It would take an order of CQUrl to make him io it. Tile letter sent to Mr Million Pes- dnv was I I , 1DI3. Treasurer, Hants "e Denr Sir: into Fe follows: July Matron, st.n, X M Successive ubsence from if one or another of us have combined to make it impossible sooner to reply tr. your letter "f the -1 nt inst., in which you say tliut. a the permanent school fu&d is BOW, and ban liee fur several euis. Invest ed In Niich manner il will satisfy the j provisions of Joint llesnlutinn No. It of the scroll, I pension of the state. legislature of inn, ami is returning In interest sBhttaoUally over " pet cent, you deem it would he an In- I fraction of your duty as state treasur er to withdraw these funds and iBveal them in the state highway bonds, and you therefore decline to do so. 1'nder the , onsiltutloii. BO iBVeet mint of the permanent school funil ran be made unless the bonds or oths it securities in which it is invested are first upproy, d by the governor, attorney general and Secretary of state. The so-called Investments of llAfll.KH F BOTTOM Fast Sixth street, tins memento nl civil WOf ropy "f the "Wail Paper" the s'l. ksbiiiK Pally citizen pan,, paper In ,t ,, vvn . lie. from folding. It Is reinarka lily well preserved. Only copies i i the paper Were printed of this edi tion, and the chain M IT4 thai Mi I mi.. :n h is Iha only one in Kansas, i: no. west of the Mississippi. The story of the Fourth of July Is sue of tin cutoen was told recent!) in the Brooklyn Ragle. When the Colon forces entered the , lly the morning of Jul) i. among other things they found the one torw j the Daily CtthtC all ready for the I ii i ss, anil In one coi ner of the print inK Office some wall paper we! down'' and ready to he run oft I The KiiRlc corresp.uiilent tells this j stol v ,,f the paper. "In our ramble through the I it ol Vtoksburn we found a little printing office, equipped with s Franklin band power press, and on it w.is .. 'four-column form dated July -'. 1M'.;. One other and myself had had somt experi.-nce m printing offleei before jwe entered the army, anil as there jv.as ,1 pile of wall paper In the COMM I 'of the room that had heen wo! down mi as lo take the Ink -to make I f , vv pennies same time supply those Il with a souvenir In the dampened we decided and at the who wanted shape of B wall paper." The giggle! i suffered our the copy of th. sum of paper. new-piper printed on orrespondenl t Went lapee of memory, for citizen In the pusses- Mr. Bottom is a six-column And the two t'BlOB snldiers who "had had printing simps mm),'' got out a looking sheel. Tin onto eaperleai t before eMterlBg a remarkably . op) In the g I was given to Ml. Itottem a year after the close of the War b) Warren Hudspeth. -oldie: i 1 1 Company l. Twenty-fourth Indiana lataRtry, Mr- Bottom himself was in COmpeO) F, Tenth Indiana, cavalry, land w.i s with the department of Ten nessee at the time of the fall ol Vlcksburg, I , liangc of RcsfkBCta. Thai there was lacking sense of which you -pi ak, are not inv estments j personal hatred between the members w ithin the meaning of the constltu-I of th,. opposing forces, and present It thin or of said joint resolution, and mrt of rough and ready wit that have never been approved hy these helped keep sanity in those dark das. officers, and not u word can be found j v .mild be indicated ly the following In the constitution or statutes lo as- , dippings Th" first was written by j thorize you to make any Investment (he editor Of the Citizen; th, second, of the fund without their approval. U.1S coiitrihutcd by the I'nion print We now distinctly advise y hat ,.rs ,,, fniil uot out the paper "That great livsses the Ynnkee we disapprove of any such deposits In 'auks as may have been heretofore tr.adp, and again state that we fl approve of the state highway bonds as a proper investment Of the perma nent school fund and that we will not, nt the present time, approve any other form of Investment. In this matter, are are acting in exact accordance with the mandate of the constitution, while you are at tempting to set up your individual Judgment against the order of the Constitution and against the judg ment of the officers to whom alone the Constituting commits the ap proval of th,. investment of ibis fund, Very respectfully, , v. c, McDonald, Governor Of New Mexico. ANTONIO LUCBRO, Secretary of State. I'ltA.VK V. CLANCY, Attorney General. generalissimo surname,! (Irani - has expressed his Intention of dining In Ickshurg on Saturday next, and cele tgatlBg the Fourth of July by a grand dliuni r, ami so forth. When asked if he would invite (leneral Johns. m to join, he said, 'No' For tear there would lie a row at the table.' ? lyases must get inti the city before he dines In it. The lir-i to cat The Fnioi I his way to cook h i he rabbit, i printers emu it IS Ith ttH head of the Dally Citizen. J. M. Swords, proprietor. The leading edi torial makes this playful reference to the mule mint menu enjoyed by the hi sieged "We arc Indebted lo Major fllllogf pie tor s steak ,,f Confederate bed, alius meal. We nave Hied It, Bttd 0Bg assure our friends thai il it Is ten dettgd neccssn.-y, they need have no BCrafrtap at eatinR the meat. It Is sue, I. IBVorr and tender, and s,i lung lis we have a mule left we arc satis fied our soldi-rs will he content to subsist on it." The paper II full of a g'im seriK,- f humor, witnessed hv the tdlo v'i, ,,i tides; "VICTIM IZKIV "We learn of an Instance w herein a knight of the qatlf and S disciple i.i I he iiack .hi' with mslSte In their heart and vengeance in the i eves, ruthlessly put a period to the existence ,, a venerable feline that hgt for time, inn within the tecollee lion of the oldest inhabitant faithful I.i dlschiirged the duties to l- expe, 1 ed of him to the terror of -mndt v v, i r'ln In the BOlghl orhood Poor, de funct Thomas was then prepared, n o tOI the grave, hut for the p.. I. sjtd vei.il friends Invited to paiiiike of i ni, e rabbit. As u matter Of ooure, i i one would hull the feelings of soother, especially in these Uaie, dj i.iu'iim a cordial Invitation to dinner, Bnd 'be guests assisted III unsmiling the poor animal with a relish that dl, . honor to Ihdr epteUMBn tasus The 'sold' assure us that the meal was delicious, anil that pussy must l ink out for her safety." In another column: "Mid the dlu and clash of arm', the S, leech ot shdls and the whistle ol' bullets, which ale a continual feature in the status of our beleaguered , lly, n .Moats of b tppiness olten arise to very in a oheerfng way the phases ,,( no stern a scene. On the evening of llii IfHh ult., with gayety, mirth and r.i ml feeling, at a prominent hospital iri this city, through the mlnisteria' s i vices of a chaplain of a gallant regiment, Charles Royalt Prince im perial of Kthlopla, of the llarheligo family, espoused the lovely and ac complish,,! Ilncia Class, Archduchess o. Soncgamhla, one of the most CI le i rated princesses of the Laundress! ns lliglinla. The affair was conducted w.th great magnificence, though as Is usual In troublesome times the eg bier element was predomfnaat, j "1 he foe may hurl their deadly holts. And think we are affrighted. Well we may n urn tlutn, silly dolts, our llliicks ate now united ' Confederate msnaitk a The stern rcility of the struggle is contained in tin- list of the Confeder nl,. eggutltjei in the Ickshurg cam fOlgn until July J: Prisoners caV- tured 42,001; killed and grounded, i.'. stragglers, I,g00; total Con federate loss, iln. lion. Crani's losses in the campaign after Mny 1. Including Ihc siege, are hIvcii hs 1,24.'! killed. T.dli.'i wounded. ,",:!.'i mlslng; total, j M7I, Also this: "Mrs. Cisco was instant-I ly killed on Monday, on Jackson road. Mrs. Cisco's husband Is now in Virgin- SATISFAC10RY Essaitials of Today's Vacation Outfit iiiinnv Musi Pffivail in Frocki rrinrinltig and Ari-u panying Accessories: Smart Parasols and Shoes. N flndi Total Earnings and come Both Sh Gain Exr.e Ptru Decided Period. !W I!K. July Vacgtlatt outfii llisk ill the Wi It dill;, all ii omp iihtiil not rid. ,1 il uplc II '.' I f Estimate , Imh must with hal 141.2 I , lid- was total I, vi.;, vv ere raMe mil. Of "f tu,- l easeil ! lV HOSNIN JflllSNai - , New york, Julv 19 statement of the Cftit, hi porutlon for tbc n i ; Ing June H'1 n i i 1 altokethei' sllli.if l' tol erri.lnga, ammfatln t, and ni l In, nine f -well in excess of the in estimates. The quartet shew i r. i mugs over th - pi i i 11,014,351, nnd In net it '. ;. i.tsu, while llii Burv''i hy 11,208, S8, Horn pan I sfith eon ter of IJM2, total . ; ( reused hy 1 1 0, 1 17,04 i, i I1S.4S1.J17 and the diiic hy the unusually Isi ni S62,KHS, thai Hem ii v. dwindled to (,I4S. Today's statement sh, , -i total earrings of an rm, I since the p. artel , CERTIFICATES ISSUED TO STATE TEACHERS rSCt CONNIISOMDBNCa lu Huim.., .-,UNLI Santa Fe, N M Jul. Vs a re sult of the various ao ant) Institutes, certificates are being issued hv the slate department of , ,i Imll t., the teachers in the varlmi- Bo far this week, Ihc follow in. mlic elites have been issued Lincoln Coiint.v (ieiiru.l. Keller, Nogal, Second Krade: Reula Miaz.l. Carrlsoso, Third grade Mildred Tay lor, White iaks. Third (Trade; Nltn Taylor, While Oaks Third mad. . Loud T. Ward, liuldosu, Third grade hi ke llo ndar when sure. ehoseti um ii cv . for von Wood in which v this ins;. , ' ' a prop. . i Mount' consideration for tin r roio preference, thai if .ii ry hundn .1 . ', t lo ir own modi' I, rontumee f,,i mori nnd avaniag must be summhte care, ehetl I'lallSllle a the eiise. ICven man man. With vvardiob.' the IUtflt Would II" I i, idem, but f must br and i hi se lullv and rmofiv. or mi then, ai no nan flails lo r- i roots bet 'i o wo .,f limited line th, entire ost Will l. ill Il is out of and not nn il i r i in i itlni i s on hOI first so, lallv est, id II .,, .a m ill mi v Ith a dlStlS piltntton t" maintain. The of in,, first illuntratian win , . . i v pr.n Ileal purpose lor the la. in t of the d av . w he! her the mi tie spent ,i a i c Hioaable vv.i- plnce or an out-of-the-way muse it vvas developed in khuki K .mi.' Iiu. n. w n h . oiler and a, ad i itlne, iii sbndet . i and old blue. The addition i t nn liusstun oi Balkan make Iho outfii suitable for on cool davs, i sit ,vv hat of slmplv trlninicil pill! or ribbon, also IBB sad low inn ., should b,. does not , ii , I., observe buiani 1 llahed trve r. frtn i. . ni... ellll's of tan. gold and old Ii n ., i.i. ki t on llu lm s will make the , 1 1. av el lii! or i,,r wen With this eostunii t in or similar shade i Will, I low gloves, hose w oi n If oiif III. tan c these a, , ,'SS m 1 OtOI Si h, me I hi iltlghOUti Iccessorles vvniihl he m coiially I good taste and iv I,. In black v.m sttraetlva for early nfteraoojl wen- ih the frisk Willi walsl and! sin ..i .mi. rein tonea, Crepe, witii 1 llRurei and motifs of Cubist or Futur- i ,i, - mi makes nn effectlvi watsl j .mil iiepinm, which in sppearsnce I stlmulstes (lie jacket. Such a waist ' wain with a Skirt of similar fabric,! and oi shade harmontalng with the main lone of Ihc bodice, Is both smart and Btli'Hctlvc A rihbon sash of any i harm, ml, p allies si ' Il l,le i II V a I I I LI v i costume ii is about the W.l l -a It' r I'k I. tiding in. Th,. profs noon and i I vv hue , anvsi For afternoi high-button, mm. i . I on la I ll.ov . Ill III, Kddy County it nth Uralnard, Ar tesla, First grade. 11.. Coleman, Knowles, Second grad' gkMtb Ilivi-. i m ,.T .1 a! grade inn! gn Kccolid il I. s :. Quite So. "Wombat doesn't seem I very hard." "He works for I'nele Sam." That accounts for it. works very hard for a n l Washington Herald ork Xohodv In Vickaburg, dinnci with him. tee it. For the on wall paper. Many landlords and tenants first met through tho want columns of Tho Journal. "Two days bring about great thanges, The banner of the I'nion floats ever Vlcksburg- 5 en urn I limit as 'caught the rabbit, lb nr-dimd and he did bring his The ( HtlSeb lives o ISSl time it is issued No more vvill It eulo gize the luxury of mule meat and fricasseed khtcn urge the southern warriors to such die; i evermore. This Is the last wall paper edition and is, excepting "lis noia. from the type.i just Us we found them. Il will he valuable hereafter as a curiosity." Mule Meat Menu. In (he first column is the "8 in a N'ui Shell": the sic, mil column Is devoted lo edit, Dial imminent, under Kunlcc, Second mad Carlsbad, First gi n Blag, I.ov ing. Third man, Carlsbad; Sec. iClllaueh, Knowfaft, Manning, stnoS Ii . I. title Melthaney, grade; James Mcliiughllii, First grade. Film Rudlne, First grade; W V, FtUnn, Is Second grade; Iterthn Kbeck First grade; R, I. Spencer. Second grade. BllcnO Th ton. Second grade. 1 1, Carlsbad, Flrsi grade. folfax Coulnj I. '.nn Well, Second grade ; I 'a n i, Baton, Third grade, Funa Third grade; Gertrude Boil Third grade; Avis lllcuilt Dunn nor la. n member of Moody's artillery, and the death of such a loving, af fectionate and dutiful wife Will be i, I, ss to him irreparal lc." "The federal geneial, M, I lelland, until recently ontsid, (he rear of our cily, has been superseded. Ho an I Crant could not run In the same har ness, lie was for spiurglBg and Grant for gassing; both got a! loggerheads So poor Mack had to leave au, (;ranl lias all his own way." 'Third grade. VI, ton. Third grade! ' Maxwell, Flrs grit liilla Ian Hell-Ida le; lira giade. I'u i Dayton, i testa, i tesla, ok, Arlesia. r. Carl i. a. i tmsn, i iav la t'awter, ArmstrnnR, Kdi, tlAton, : Kabul. Maxwell, Malta .1. I. I bill' r llamli Ita-olid. Figure i inc. renee in shoes tor aftel i , nlng wear is given to . buckskin, l.id and satin hi, they may be , il hei He. or low pump v HP ,1 bow for -lie, t w ear. I he I ',. shoe. W ill) buckle of mil .-le, ! lor gun metal, is s prime favorite. Fot ew nlng, cither whH - black hi good bMtS lb. ok pumps of kid or satin era ornamented with rhlneetons ot '.lew, 'e, buckles; jeweled heels, too. art frequent!) seen, gtocklngs, ai sa Item of dress, have reached ,i place ' "i vast Importance, Tin. approved mode is to have hoes of t shade sim ilar to the frock or the , nlor scheme Which Is seen above them, regardless oi the color of the shoes worn. They should, ot course, be of silk or net. and may be as enttmnate ami gossa- . niei.v 00 desired or as the purge will permit, For general wear ambroid rj in mere tracery, or in great floral I mollis. Is used. Hrllllants, gsudv i beads nnd seipilns adio n those worn bj sdmlrers of the hhsam stockings Of lace in, also in favor with the ul tra fashionable , Th, all-while hal, suggestlnif u coolness especially desirable during mid -si. mill. I ,i dominates for Wear with while lingerie tracks, Panama and Milan sti.ivvs ore most geiierallv seen. The shapes aise considerably larger than formerly, i and are simply trimmed; the Pannmti, with a hand of velv.-t or scarf ol nhi.oii or kllk; ami ilm Milan, with iihlmil. WUngO, I flowers, tulle ,,r mi. The fashion of edglttgl crown ami run with ieatlims I of tulle and mi ii iiuntli In vogue, as lis the ha! whose sole; claim lo a I crown consists of a slngflo thickness of iilnc tulle attached Ut s rim ol black i raw Rlnck tioiOjrsIn tibbon fashioned In a how on (lie left side lis it- ontv trimming. Th,- imw parasol are vers odd In Shape, Mauv ale straight, like 141000 Of I lie .lap ill. . OthOI droop well over the frame nnd are almost cup- I Shaped, All ale v,iv gamlv In color, inn iim woman of eonsoiWatlve loots is satisfied If Hie color h,u uionlzes effoctlvely With her costngse . A parn ; -ol suitable to enrrv with lingerie I frocks is of while inoii-selui ,' do sole, i i M vi It ; IM LT i' I Igure Tuo. trimmed with narrow tftlrred bands I iim mstertgl, gen n e both iii qoeesaorv and gown should be the keynote of ihe prac llcal woman's outfit, a tuii frock that It icillv washable Is sonietlilng of a rarity in these days of summer lin gi lie garments, but such a frock is pictured in the second Illustration. The development Is in ecru-clnr tlg u', ,1 crcpiin. Kith sie ves and gulmpe .a net. and collar and cuffs of corn Color pOBgOS silk. A Rlrdle and tie of Gobelin-blue ribbon finish a oaggggM daint) and smart enough for any uf ternoon affair dining the torrid dsys of July and August The vest lilouse id lllostruteil worn over n gulmpe. hill, If ih shed. Ihe deevmt may be alia, hi d to the linoTee. Tile fiatlttce, tier BhOVf to r. makes of Hie maid a charming siiinmer girl, unite the man approved. 1 1 1 1 , 1 1 feminine i-m ami, one must ndmii, most attractive, This modi' may hn In t rod need In either afternoon or even lug frock. When developed in mous- Mcllnn, mi or chiffon, with billow) I ill I.- filling In the low cut t'odl. front, ami witii sash of delicate pink, blue or yellow decorating the waist, even green-eyed woman mum ap pro vs of her miff led sister. It lb,, vacation days arc to he spent at the seashore, chiffons and very perishable fabrics had best be tabooed as they do not take klndlv lo ihe hu mid atmosphere. THE DAY IN CONGRESS. VI I Iscussion of the Bakes Bread to Perfection mm ii i TiiijrWi i 111 'Oil Cook stove Cleaner than coal or wood. Cheaper than gas. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY Denver, Pueblo, Albuquerque, Cheyenne, Butte, Boise, Salt Lake City 1 IsaESnisaaaalaalanHtaaaaaawaaaagflaH ' I f I Hftra ffiMUBkltM BIS llea- uklng date den Democratic Hobss Leader Coder- wood, before lobby Invest iaallng rum mittee, declared Martin M. Mulhftli to he a "liar and blackmailer," Foreign relations committee cussed Niearagugn protectorate ty, Hcnatois Borah and Clarke I pronounced stands against poll reived. Senator Brandegee asked fot sage of joint resolution fixing When "evv duties on WOOl and vv, products shall go into effect. 'm motion of Senator Calllnger the, sijate struck from the Congressional Record an article put in by Senator Tillman and which Senator Calllnger characterised -is an insult to northern women. The president submitted several 1 ni mlnntlons for confirmation. Senator shoppard Introduced n. so lution asking foreign relations com mittee to advise senate if Mexican be! Ilgerents had been recognized. Senator Johnston, Alabama, Intro- , duced resolution offering 1100,000 re- warn for discovery of effecilv, d.y to destroy boll weevil. Senator Sterling spoke agaii t;,r!ff bill. adjourned at 7:io p. tomorrow, I enn t, itatemeai r charges HIM -.1 j Itcpresf nlativ e Henry In j demanded investigation I thai Xew York bankers had organised Jto depredate prices of government I 'i per cent bunds. Filibuster of Republican leader Mann, and delate on Camliictti IHggs i white slave resolution begun. Representative ntevetts (Tcsag) In- tndiiccd resolution for Joint tee of leu (o investigate Iln situation. l Adjourned at B:0J p, m. Friday, unmll - I j Journal them. est a t i pot item s piircha aes trades are easily solved by want ads'. Head llietn, n ' Do it today. If I M!j! ij ! SIP ''el i : 't ' ! ' fliS 'W ' ' "hi i ' ' i,' 1 E ' ' i Wit, ',''. ' rh 1, ' I ill'' I ' ' ' ' i i. iBSLSM mjBml Y'( W'lli y it ',' A In ill ufa The Hop Growers of old Bohemia knov that Anheuser-Busch are by far the world s largest buyers of Saazer Hops. It's the exclusive Hop flavor which makes Budweiser Popular Everywhere Its high reputation is not the result of acci dent out the product of brewing, and agin from only the best materials grown. Bottle! vnly :it the home plant in Si Louis Anheuser-Busch Brewery St. Louis C. E. KUNZ, Distributor Allniqui'iqilr, N. M.