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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1915. AN fXDKPENDBNT NEWSPAPER Che Hlhuqufrquc morning journal JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. f A MA''PHRRKO.N W T V' ItEblHI U U I) MrAI.IJKTEn A. N. MORGAN m. t. fox 1 1." j. i Itualnaae Manager Sewa 1 ', i . Ally MMtr Editor 'tern Keireanlll, I . J vMlt Kll, Maru.Hclle HalMIn MMM I i.t' ru It ."--. I'l.il ;. Nil IMI H Mill II. IK, 51 Park Hiin, Ne lurk. RMrr. .1 aa -I pn.rri.e r Altiutiueoiua . r i .nfr.-.l ..f Mai. l I I". matter at th M . urnlar Art TK MORNINfl JOUKKAl, I THE UTAUINO RKI'i lll.l'AN PAPER OP NEW MEXICO UPPPORTIMll illK PRI.m I I'LKN Of THE REPI'BMCAN PARTT Al.l. THE TIME THE MKtil'ilM OF TOM R PUBLICAN I'AllTV WHEN THEY AUK ItKIHT larger eir-iilailun than any tihtt paper In nm Jim.'" Tha BfJly paper In Ni Mi ll-ii Imui-'l avatf Hay In tha year ramu in' lUI'y, I'y carrier ! atriMThlPTION mall, una m-.ni h . . lr NOTH'IO TO hUiisiitlliKlta. auhK-rllwra tu the J...irnal. a haft writing I ...... i-..,. .,. . - ..- - itn-ia mual ln- aura In ( ft.- old aildieae The Morning Journal hue a higher rlnu lati'.a rating than la scetrn4 In any ulnar paimr In Nw Muni 'Mia American ,.- paper IJlrarlory. Tl M l"SIA Y .KRIIRI'AHY V I'll si I'I'olli IM. HOMI IM'I HI III! Ai i ordlni? tu tlie lb pnrtment of Bflrtvufture, fartnera of tin- ronntry are BUlUlHi In vaally nu ifiiHed o're jiue of whent. H la believed there will In- mine million more in rea of t orn thnn eer known before. We are itolna to liiive blub Mi''' nnd the proilui la lo mii i the ib iminda of a I world in m-e.l of food that con ba ! Niippllid old) by the I'liiled Hlntia. Kelardlna fooitoluffi, Sow Mexico I hne her own pTObtoRta. With valli-VK i li her than Ihc N'lle reKlon, w do mil pioilin i' hajf i iiohkIi of miythiiiK exi ipl poealbly lard an aliiff to nup ply our own nccilx. The money from New MiAi'ii I'.'i" hiiuelv to the K ii ii -etiN mid tikliihotim fur men for tha thloaa we MtuM upoduee nt home, noil would prtalUPe With JilHt u little l Ili olirIKemenl. I"., i i xnmple, I lie vicinity of Al biiUeliiie iiiilld prodllie ellollkll ei!in for the entire mnrkit mid aell them cheaper than u I '"K" fan be Imported The only double about it la tlial chicken feed cmo morn here than II doe In Knnaaa ami the Kan huh fanner tun aell HH by the dorvn cbeuper than lhe iim be produced here. Hut hy tha time Ihc KanaiiK eKK reat hea here It l mulct H.iHplclon. In mm' raaea out of ten from four to alx cum of every dot. u ,u.. URfll for uae, und the nmalnder are nm freah. In other word-, Itome-l't odu. . I i kKH are ; rln'iii'i'i at 4.'. eanbj a dMton limn im ported i-iiK :t tenia a dor.en, mill nataCh better Mi. II. B, rtitnev hna called atten tion lo Hie plnilucla i f th( AlbllllUel -aUe illillnel) ll ia fall In Kay that the butler made hen now ia Hiiperlor In every particular to Ihc Imported gftlcM l lie BWRty apt in ftir the home butter la kept at home. It Koea to liny men who are taxiiiciH In New Mex ico. Mont y aent out of the atate goea to pay lb" dairymen. IM farinei 1 ami the hired help of KmiHiia, llklahonui anil Colorado. I'onutiotl WMI dictatcM that the people of New Mexico buy the bliller Todbt'td in HVH Mexico. Lett II be Kaltl lu re I ti.it in llht r Mr. Ptlt nay nor any other protlucer In New Mexico, haa an Knowledge of the pitlimallon ol Ibia artK'la. II In not tdvafttBinfl tot myona, imi an ap- Ileal to the people of New Mexico to i uppui i tha Induatria of the tttvta Wben tllev i .III Cl'l lllol'i' for lilt II lootlev bl mo doing. It la the local Application of aelf protectinn. Wfhatavr aupporta one home Induatry halp to ittpporl ail tin mdtiMtilea. ll In a matter that ahould kava the tarnaal atttntlon of the i 'oinmert lal club ami llie lletall Marchanta' aaaocthttoR. We have to remind some at our re publican friends that blah priced wheal and low priced cotton are not the result ol tin .I. muriatic tariff, Just us we had to athlse some of our iieu .in. fr lends in ioie tha t lec tion that a tariff law thai would give high priced Wheat and low priced Hour would be difficult to frame. So 1 nil 1 in: in m 1111 V fat th. Philadelphia I'ubllc Ledgar we have 1 hi hlihaal respect, it is a 1.011 1 lis near to an ideal newspnper ns ever has llpt n puldislled III Amel'lt tl or else a in! 1 Recauhe ol IhdJ fact, it IS 11 Utile difficult 10 nmlcrauinit why tha following emotional uttcraiue was permltietl to appear eilllot'liilly: "If ever llrltlsh slili aflout were rUing the Ameiican flag, the sinking ..f one Ammican sbii h tlermany v.mu.1 U- 04. 1 w ihc leu a hostile act. - It would mean war, and milium else, unless the (leliiuill gov- erntneat offered fur more humble ..poiogies, than U is accuatoRMMI to olfer." I here 1.- pn it v . 1. .11 understand ing that Hrlllah vaaatla have a right I,, IK tin tlfjafft in Hag as 11 ruse to escape an enamy. There la no inter national law ugalitsi it ami abundant pi . . clients, even in our ow n navy, are found for it On the mher hand, should a Her man Kiibiuatine sink an American ahlP in the war area it would be most unfortunate if the conservative press ethouid Initiate the lleaiai papers, fol lowing the blowing up . I tin Maine, and begin to shriek for war. This la a lime ol all Hmaa when we want to avoid hysteria The pie tigp of this nation will not be per mitted to suffer, bm t..i is a horror I,, be avoided a! att samiflce other than that ut honor. We cannot pvr- wanton life and do for ii destruction of property, MM It i tu plat h rhlp on niir shoulder and defy some I.. I Ugvtvui in knock it fat At tltla erltiml moment there ia far more danger from the Anglo phile than there i from the Analo phol.e. ilreat Kritnln may us the Amerlrnn flair to a point that will he an inti'li ra mi. nun'', "in sne win not sink our ihlpa or do anything rlae that can have ronsetiuenrsa too vari ous for adjustment b diplomacy. tin the other hand, Oermany la flEhtln for h'r very exlatenre. Her food auppllea ore cut off and the na tion l now In the condition of a be leiiguerrd fortress. The altuation la desperate and the only nieana of striking hark to at the Hrltlsh rood supple imported largely from the United states, if, n her deaperatlon. an American veam-l ahould he torpe- ilued hy a Herman suhttinrine, It would l neoeaaary for thla govern- I mini in i.ill ih.-ii of th' kiilaer to a di-finit m nt irtM. bul there ahould j ha much Hoher thought before mak- j Ing war on the Teutonic peoples. Thi' editorial In the Public Ledger bears the earmarks of Kngllsh sm- ,. ,. ..Inl.il., .V.,. V J. i"' l"i"i.T u- .in. uii-i- nip-ea of llcpreseiitntlvc Hurt holdl lire I ' i. i in in Vi must nil In' A meririina. I III l' II It OXSl IOl)SIXM Two of the m ''lilt at axiioaltlona one general Uai the other dial Inctlve h weaorn now are In prnEreaa on the'l'ntlfic ttiaat at Han Diego and Han Kraiiclaco. Happy I,oa Angeloa, with Ita contiguotia anuiiner reaortH, la ui the gateway of travel between the two big ahowa. Buropa ia at war and the UpHfM ia ntit going to rlak minea and atibmai liiea in orittr to get Into the Alpa or the reatirta of northern Kuiope, The uioiiey hpeni hy travel- . r will . . pi .i i 1 1 . 1 1 1 I Ii in N eai ll ia difficult to ntiileratiind the drawing factor of the Pacific coaat t lllea thla year Without taking into oiiabb ration the cxoilua certain to occur from New Mexico during; the i i nmllii: minimi r miiulha. I.:ihI i .h tha people unveil iluir money for longer MaM tin- year. Tin plopoite; lo put two oulingM Into one. Nlne tentha of thnae who lenval 1 1. . . 1 . 1 . 1 .1 11.. 'i I'm 11 "I 1111 ri..niniiip( ..iiii .. reet of the time will lie apellt In thej vicinity of l.oa Angeles for a seaside outing. Hut while the people of New Mix - ' Ico and Arizona are recuperating in ithe 1"W iillltudes of the I'aclflc enlist. thousands from the eastern slates are going to respond to the New Mexico udverllslnir antl come Into the moun tains of this stale fur their outing, wlo ie they can see thlnga rivaling III 1 11 lit iii It ' the ruins uf I'KVpt, where they can hunt ami llsh untl sleep in the open This Is Ktilng in be a rare year for j I he I'aclflc const and a rarer year jfor New Mexico doing the tourist 1 111 iiit.: fm i mi:. TATT, Former I'resldenl Taft hna again 1 tlemoiislialed the bigness of the man 1 11 ml the clear-sightedness of the statesman bv an nniiuiillfled endorse- .......1 ..t it, 11... r n....i,i....i ' ..IV. lb Vt IMO H..I.UUC .J t J . i-e.uci.i Wilson ttiwaril the belligerents of Ku I'tipe. That we are confronting contllllons that may be of the utmost serious ness l pointed 0111 by Mr. Taft. He Hi lia with solemn warning of the threatened invasion of our rights as a neiilial country and of the fact that we are fui-o to face with a crisis, j nur t ommerco must lie proterlcd ami cur citizens safeguarded, but there thou Id be no spirit of Jingoism In our part when culled upon to determine Whether 11 shall be peace or war. When the president shall am." sn M r Tat I, "we t 'land In him to the end." 8uch Is llie attitude of all Americans who are not more something elae than they aie Ameri ca n. Tlli: 111 ssl HI I I AT. With customary frankness, the RWMllUM admit the severe drubbing thg) I'ol recently in the region of the M.i 11 1 m 11 lakes. They ure the only people engugod In the war that can afford tu allow the world to know that they have suffered terrible losses 11111I (lint nearly an entire army corps was wiped out In Ofta desperate attack b the enemy. While the loss la a serious one. numerically considered, It Is not of great const'niicnea to the lliwslan nation The gap can I'D easily tilled up from the ulniost Inexhaustible RUppI) id men and the stolid Itns siau is the least Impression. ible of all tlU I pies of the world. The private soldier Is 11 lighting machine, obey ing orders. Ilefeut Joes not depress bun gnd victory does not itmltitv elale bun. the ilu irk. Notwithstanding the tact that no one can graduate g Print . ton wllll uui llrsl knowing how 10 swim, thu n e. . ... . M. . . . 1 1 1 .11) iei ui o , nm iiie inipusi, re-1 mains the dominant church Influ ence In the university. A Kentucky grand Jury haa indict ed two women for selling their voles in a school elcitioti, ei there are a lot of men who wiv a woman wouldn't know what to do with the ballot if she bad H. V ig Ml. McCormick. by nn In- nihciiiinee of I he social secretary, re ceived an Invitation to his own wed tiing, which goes to show that the hridegroom la receiving a little recog nition Alaska is thinking about an ex position. In 1!HT Alaska will have been A in. 1 i, .111 ami i,u tltt) c.u s mil the American nevai will THE 1 1 " Report of Exposition Managers to Governor It iinfhllieil I nun I n - Hire.) sutures are not equal to thoso of the county of Chaves in our stale alone, our board was al 11 loss what sort of building s 1 1 1 1 1 I tie 'instructed with the paucity of funds ut Its disposal, to say nothing of the tost of making an exhibit representative of the re MOtl M of a stale n linnet as large as the great sliile of I 'iillfurnlu Itself, One cuiiiil of which was able to ex pend half a milium dollars M lis part uf the cost of etiiisi ructlun uf the structure greeted ay group of coun ties In the soul hern purl of that state. MacowPRgtRg kmdttkMM. Coupafd With the tact of the small appropriation at Ihc disposal of the board whs the fact that the amount was not available except us paid into th aiate treasiiiy during a period covering thi years 11M4 and 111 5. With Ihcee discouraging COndlttOtM the bniiiil, reiving upon the pnirlutlsm whbh stood in hind the m I mcatlng ihc .Hani, determined to go ahead even though it hud no money and ol the duty Im begin the I nil lllmeilt posed upon us by law. Ideus were presented In 1 bo biii.nl antl it was de tt rtiiim I to construct a replica of the Acoma church as the New Mexico bun. inn; and to Instull then ill nn ex position of our own, made up of in hibit, which should foiever remain aa permanent assets of the state exhi blta of a character which could be brought back lo New Mexp 0 and al ways as li.diici mi nts to New Mexican citizenship 1111 invitation to the trav eler, tha bomeae alter, tha builder and In capital, that mill It needed fuclor In the building of a grant conimon w aglth. In the ait of creating the board and providing for the 1 xlilhil the hkisla tui'e, well knowing that the state, un der the eonatltUHon, was limited in tin amount Which ii could appropri ate for the purpose, spei tally provitled lhal ihc Mvetal counties might aid in making the slate and BOWtty ex hibit, thereby inviting and expecting the count lea to provide the means for a suitable exhibit which the state. could no) do under the constitutional I limitgtiona Pinna of thn iiuiidiiig. With nil of these mailers In mind the bom-1 organ toad In Augnat, rji3, and fUutll) adopted plana submitted by Messrs. I II. it ml W. M. Hnpp Compgny for 11 building which it was hope. 1 t nn I I I n med for a sum within th" possible funds of the board yet to be received. Tha bopai ol the board ware Justirieil through the kid of Mr. I. H, Kuti who pmsoiially vis ited San DlOgO and, with a view to the cheapest and best construction, lin ally si.'Ciirni fourteen bills from ooit t nit tors, each one of which demon- ilratitl that the bounl run 111 erect the building at contemplated. This bus been dOn ', the entire i OBI of construc tion and the furntohing of which, to- gethtr Willi the llgiiting, plumbing, power, lamlscaplng anil decorating will have cost approxlinately IWt'llty ihounand dollars, nn Itemtoed state nieiit of which is annexed, proparhl grouped showing the cost of eoch iimn. with tha exception of certain accounts not yet closed bul presented umier tha statement of "toula paya ble." A visit to nearly every county ol the stale by the chairman of the hoard or its mem bare or repreoent alive, with an appeal for aid under the stitute met with responses which are to be found eiuimei nleti Hi tiny same statement, some of which were vory gratifying and mints very dis appoint iic;. considering the wealth and prominence of the counties and the fact Hun whethei aid was granted or not, the board fait it to be Ita-duty to give to each county in the exhibit Ita full share of publicity, fourteen toUntlea contHbutad In sums varying from two thousand tu a minimum of five bundled dollars. Twelve coun ties tie, lined to render any aid. sev eral of which notified the hoard that they had been ad V toed by the district attorney that any aid was unlawful antl anauthortoed, notwithstanding the fact that the board was advised by the ehlef law officer of the state that the stale and count) appropriationa, it made, were entirely legal, antl opinion fully concurred in by the chairman of your board. I .11 ftl Mllll- SM-Ilt. Helving agon tha authority by law giwu to the counties tu some iu- BACK YARD SUf.AR BI tances the board has expendetl large sums of money In exploiting the re aourcea of cduntlea from which not une mil by way of official appropri ation has :.s v. I la mi made. Ill other words, under the plan of state ami DOUaty exhibit, which covers at least 511 per cent of the entire exhibit, a system of modern stereoptlcon meth ods, accompanied by lectures cover ing every material resmir f every community anil county about three thousand colored slides was adopted and prepared, t" which Is also addetl all that up to date motogruphy has to offer by way "I dmminstratlon ami educational advantage. The motion plcluri of Industrial nnd commer cial character Ig today ono of thS i' it .l factors of education. This feature of our exhibit, covering a glaal many of the entertaining aa wejl us Industrial assets, is us good lis the work of the best film tompnnles throughout the country, not using stiulins fOf photographing purposes. for pi 1 -1i1iain.il of these portrayals both sttreopilc and motngraphic, the board has supplied itself with ma im nil which aided by competent lec turers will prove of the greatest ud yariiat'e to the state as they will bring sharpl) to the ye the features of New Mexico which exemplify the old say ing Unit "seeing is believing." in the earl) gnyi of the work f the hoard it was soon deemed advisa ble to pro. me If possible, the com pilation mid publication of a book which from every standpoint of re source should cover the entire stale. To thai end the board contracted with Mr. A. EC, Koehler, Jr., fur the "Official Mat" Hook," copies of which are to be distributed nt 8nn Plego to the boiri fide inituirer us to our ln duttements for the homeset kt r and home builder. This book has been conn It ted and .1 copy is In the hands of your excellency. There will ba distributed it Bbn Plego 15,1100 copies together with abonl ('99,Mi copies of each county section as found in part two ol the book. In the Judgment of the board this honk, official ami nc Cttrnl if Hsmf. Justifies every dollar of the expenditure n far made by the atate or any of the counties. To aid In its publication the board con tributed to Mr. Koehler 15 per cent uf the oil,-, 1 ipl lulls hum the coun- tj,.H N a ii' dollar nf the stale ap his been used for this proprlatinn bonk, thu 1 ther funos lound necessary t.t secure .1 pi intliu; limits been so licited by Mr. Koehler from t ommun ltle, Individual! and corporation! really Intel uted and advtoed aa to the naOeanlty ol ounatahi and continuing publlolty in order to obtain results of aatiafacloi s chiinn ter. I laborale Mineral Mnping. Ret Dgntolng that New Mexico to deatlned in fact to become one of the great mineral producing slates of the Union and stands in need of expert examiualii n as to its deposits untl their development by capital, the board determined to make the most elaburut 1 display of its mineral re sources possible, keeping within the appropriation from the stale ond from the 1 mint tea In which our great est mineral deposits me tu be found. The exhibit which the 1 rd has Inst illcd Is the best ever gathered from this Male and much 1 ictlit is due In the self-sacrificing efforts Mr. Commission! tiark and our Min- I lug Commissioner Dr. h'aetto A. Jones, for the magnificent display ! which Is now installed In the main ex ! hihll hall of ihe New Mexico build Ing. It occuptM the majoi portion of n roam fifty feet In length by j twenty-eight In width, and, compel- j Ing ti- we are with the great states of' California, Nevada,, Utah and Hon-j tana In our mineral exhibit, it is with pardonable pride that as New Mexi cans we are able to state tu your ex- ellec v that nurs Is by far the moat , scientific, the most elaborate and thej moat i -satisfying ooflac'ion of min erhto at the exposltlnn. The scien tific and artistic grouping of these I collections was made by Dr, Jones. I Ihc lorcsliv I Cxhibit. The water supply of this region be ing laigvlj dt pendent upon the intelli gent protection of our fonst areas, thereby affording a sufficient suppl for Irrigation and for storage, the lion rtl made arrangements with the general government whereby by pay ing the cost of tnangportailon of the exhibit ami its inatallatlon, an exhibit of forest! has heen made in the New Mexe u building which would hjavo been impnsslhle with the limited means at th! dispnsal of the bonrd. The exhibit occupies one entire room, iOl an I is strictly of New Mexico forests and the lumber industry al- SII though nt the snme time reflecting the policy of the general government in forest in otet lion, lilt sult a of lum ber and oiln-r matters germane to thin most intntenthlg subject. The gov ernment without cost lo the hoard furnishes the .state w till a It hirer, the il ton ' Ban Diego ami in Don ratios Ellis, a New Mexican boy, whost intelligent and extremely Interesting presentation of the sub- n 1 t haa prolan already a feature Of Home Itaiuii I'ggs. do. the exhibit as there Is no other of I tteal Crcaiiiei y Holler the same class upon the cxpnsiliim 1 ImmhI Itaiuii Itiilter grounds. I r. Kiis ulso has charge of . Swivt OniJiges, do! the fore dr exhibit al the San I ran lb"-t iliullt I t lili.n-. am ewce Bxpoaltion when, is being m- fttt-ib. Im all sound Vpptea, m.u tailed hi exhibit about like that! ami It. 00, Which adorns our building. 1,1 Bag. hOM sweet Potatdea , To He Ni .v Mexico slate museum 1 ll cans Im-.I Tomatnc- stnff thi bo n d is untler many obli- 1 8 ran- sugar Corn guti ns. The (Teal ids in tf iM VorU State Cdi-ii. can Hall .a 1 he tloyernors. the largest of all halls, are a source of constnnt surprise to visitors and attract great notice ai.d comment There are no sin h model! these are known as "Landmarks of the Bantu Fe Trail" In any of the great museums of Am erica. They are unique and w ill be brought I : ck to Santa Fe and install ed in our own museum in lslfi. These are the work of Mr. John Percy Ad ams ami are unsurpassed. They must be seen as Installed under the special lighting facilities in order to be ful ly appreciated, NnaiWtnl situation. The statement of expenditures and , liabilities discloses the financial sit uation of the board. The payment I for the n.otion pictures In full cannot ! he deter, ndicii until the negatives and I poeltives have been accepted under Ihe contract. The amount paid out untler the contract appears in itemiz ed form ruder its proper heading. All payments of every Character have 1 been made by the board under the 1 voucher-check system and statements ! art an tile with the board in addition I to the v nn her-t heck, each one of j which has passed through the several j banks where the board has kept Us funds on depoelt. A large amount of the upprnpria- 1 Hon for 1914 still remains unpaid as: will he seen from the statement; this amount anil the entile appropriation for IflS should be made available at once in order that the board muy 1 meet Its obligations w hich must be I met ut once In order to maintain the' dignity und credit of the state. As! will he seen from the bills payable the chairman, one of the commission ers and Mr. Koehler, the commission- 1 it of publicity, out of their own funds have been carrying Ihe board in tinier that smalt ami urgent cur rent expenses should be promptly met. More Money Nctilctl. To properly conduct the state ex hibit during the year 1915 and .secure a sufe return of the exhibits and com ply with contracts t overlng the grounds occupied by the building, the light and the power electric current -and other expenses Incident to the maintenance of New Mexico's exhibit, there will be required from some source during 118 nt least 110,198. Without making any provision for those expenses ordinarily incident to participation at a great exposition, mid the necessary ordinary entmiain- I nn nt of guests of distinction, the ac tual running expenses of the board at llie bail. line; per month will be ap proximately ns followH: LiCfet and entrant for motors. I 150 Two motion picture operators.. 150 Two lecturers (earh) 100 Two Janitor! $55 und $45 per month 100 One watchman and guide 76 Three attendants and guide! (each) 60 1 ne hoateaa 75 One maid for ladles' reception rooms , 50 1 One custodian who shall have chart of lecture! and a 11 exhiblta and shall lecture.... 100 Fixed ohanres Rarbase. piano, water, lawn, Incidentals of ull kinds - per month 100 Rxnenaea incident to dedication of building- 1,000 ' M" uses of hoard and execu tlva se, retary during 1915, salary of secretary at $900... 2,000 Brpenae of return of exhibits Including transportation, dray age from grounds, etc 900 tnaurance on building and exhibits ut rate nf $2.50 per hundred. Intimates Arc lxw. These ;.. uses :.te based upon the low. vi , -sible basis and must be met mm ihly by payroll so far as sal aries rtl . concerned. Otherwise we Will b.- ompelled to clobu the build- ing. Tli-i above eatnnate U oaaeo en tirely upon the hypothepta that prcr cut upproiirluilona and aid an paid In full and within tha miming sixty daya. in conc'tnii'.n will :iv that 'be only employea o far contra, tad w ith for 1915 are the elacutive secretary, Mr. Komulo Martltux an watchman and ganeral attendant, iloorkeepi r. etc, one janitor a $55 und mie maid at tan. it hue seemed to tlo board that the cnatodtan and the hoateaa ahould be willing to render aervlce at the amount mentioned, the duties of the (itiatoaa teing targaly toclal ami the t UHtoillS'i Might 'o have eharae of the programs of enterfalmticr.t lo I'te way of lectiireg and other exhibit. ..ffet I eil by th,- Mule for visitor. Plofuraa ahowing the Inatallatlon ol I exhiblta i;re handed you herewith riot to be imitle a part of the recoi l until , the book In which they arc placed la filled with other plttur. e of promi nent eventa to trnnapire in the future at the building of more than ordin ary importance including a visit of ! tha preir'.(nt Of the United hi. iii s and hla entertainment in the auditorium ) of the .New Mexico building. The actual Intrinsic value of the ' ! exhibits batoning I 1 lb." state .is now I Installed i,( the building: may aafel) be eatlmatad at UO.OoO, The gov- j I eminent exhibit t ost na much inure I and the private property by wa of gold Inuring orea and kindred prop I arty are cmiservuth ely valued al Jl11,- UOU. Very reaper! fully. , thi: ni:w mi.nh h iihakh i KXI'i ISITH i.N M A .NA 1 1) US. 1 By It. 0. Twitcheii. j. j. (ujuli r j A. Iteed, Ham T. CUrh un l 11. I gil, coinmlssioneis. Or 1 ; Vi- Get- together Move Is Wanted by Cigarmaker After having read both Messrs Putney and Candy Milker's letter.-. I pabltohed in the Journal, permit un to say that you are not alone in the (game of industry. From a tigur mak- I er's viewpoint, Albuquerque should 1 employ fifty or moro cigar makers. I Just why some Albiunienpieans are prone to purchase cigars mudc in eastern sweatshops tliat are operated chiefly by female persuasion, is a j mystery to me. In view of the but I thin we manufacture the best cigars I made, in clean, sanitary factories, two I I in number, by well paid, skilled me-1 Ichanlca. The Candy Maker says we' Ishoultl do unto others as we Would j have others do unto us. It seems to I me thai is nut the present sv.-imn, hut the aye tern is, "Do it Brat" i.m me suggest thai Mr. putney, the Ctondy Maker, the cigar Maker, untl the reat, try the "get together" movement, ir we can aaoure tha sup port of the present commercial or ganisation!, tin- co-ope ratioa of the merchants ami working people of our city, we will surely have a greater and belter industrial Albutiuerqna. CIO A It MAKKK. I ! Prph Npw MpYirn Ranrh rlca" PflCAItU ndllbll Eggs 25c .Mo ,gSc lOo Mc -'.a' Ma 25c ' cans Loader feus it tan- 1 or ' Eniij Jane sifted Plena New (.artlen anil Mower lac .V Seeds i pkg Garden Ilia-.. t:.n.. ami SbmcK I Good tiallt Apron QlnghaM.... tilrl-- TSo I tit Hut- jtiirls t out- al ILM ami .Be Uc IIII I .ub. XIII new -tylc ( oats . Uitlif-' Sl.'i new -(vie Coals g5.nn S7..KI j Lutlics' 87.50 new -lyle Coals . S:;.;r. viiiii noi l i: mi v s HOME a 1 DOLDE'S Al h GOODS DHXilVERI l. Sltllt South Second street. I'hune nt 1. 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