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r Albuquerque Morning Journal, Saturday, May 13, 1916.
H INDKI'ENTENT NKWSPArKR Che mwttm morning journal rubliihfd .r tin JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. t. A. MACPHKRiiuN prrililmt IN T MrCIiKIIHT FutBMt Manaiar B, U II MrAI,l.lBTE. ." K'lll'ir A. K MOK'JAN Clt Kdlt'lf It. 1. VOX Edit- Hnt'ri H-r-Mwn'al--t ;. i. AMIKKHON. Uarqorlla ItuildlH-, lilrnfo, IU, Raatrr Krpri-atnt-itlr-i. It A I . I ll B Ml Mill AN. Bl rark K. rk. Kntrrtd afcmal-elaM mal'ar at tha p ulofflfa f AlMa-l-jerqua, K. M, nndar An lit Conira of March J, U7I. Larger olrrnlallun thaa any othar papir In Nnr Muteo. Tha cnlf ppr In Naw MMlco laauKl avary d In the ar. TK11M8 OK RUiaiCRU'TlUN Illr carrier or mall, una month, " TO BUWHCHIHKIlH Fubrllmni to tha Ji.urnal whon wrltln to bav ihalr paper chand to a. new al dria mul ba aura to flva tha eld ".ll;aa Tha MiTiUny Journal ha higher circu lation rutin tl la nwidrd to any ndier papar In New Mloo." Tba American Newapaper IMractury. TIB JOURNAL takes and prints sixty hours and thirty minutes of ftcluslva Associated 1'reas lenaed wlr nrvloe aacb. week. No other newspaper pulllh"d in Nw Mexico take more thun twenty-four hours of Aasociuted l'reim aervlca during Ilia week. ' ' ' ii" CATUIIDAY. , . MAY 13, 11116 St rroitT Tilt j n:j uiosh. A number of earnest and devoted women hava organised in this city a branch of tha American Had Crosn Tha work that they are doing and the purposes for which their organ ization la formed are too well known to require comment. Their Inborn are unselfish and purely patriotic. The people, of Allxnuer-'ue have not given to this movement tho un port which It so plainly deserves. This Is by no means to the credit of tho city. Tha failure of our rltmrnr to contribute as they should Is duo, ti..ulitleHS, more to overnight than t Intentional neglect, but there Is no ex erne for its continuance In view of the in Kent need that now enlats for the Work that the lted Croaa has to do. Kor It is not now merely a mutter of bumanlturlanlsm In the abstract Hint eiiKDkea the uttentlon of this so ciety. It Is not a mutter of minis teiiiiix to the relief of stricken sol Iters on the other sido of the world eimaKcd in a mirrcl with which we have no purt. At our very doors and iiinonsnt our own peoyle the need c. lted Crops work ut this time Is ur Kdit and Imperative. The slate of New Mexico bus sent more limn a thousand of its younc men to the Mexican border to anoint In the duly of fturVijiinrdlnn American lives and properly, A generous pro portion of these young men have one out from AII)ii(iier(Ue, They are our own people our own blood, and they nre eimuged In Ihe defense of our country and our flog. Hliull It. be raid that on unKrateful people) fulled in the matter of looking nfler the purely humanitarian Hide of their wel- fare? Knppoit the lted Cross. Support It liberally. It la a mutter that should bo near to the heart of every patri ot le citizen of Allunuero,ue and of .Ne w Mexico at this time. the quiet Induced by the sternly re pressive methods of a supreme despot. It has taken us mot than half a de cade to learn this lesson, but. signs ar not. lacking that it has at last been learned. It Is aratifylna to know that no nn aecmly rudeness marred the confer ences that have Just been brought to a close at El I'oso and Juarez, and that "conspicuous courtesy" was shown by the conferees each to the ether, Hut even moro gratifying Is the fact that the American troops are still m Mexico and that there la tic Indication of their withdrawal before the Mexican problem shall have been solved and solved right. The dove of peae continues to shed feathers almond every day, and signs multiply that a former secretary ol state- Is not going to hava a very successful chautauqua season. "Making Mexicans l.ovu I's, or What tirape-Jiiluo Will Do to you," would aerie as the title of a most In teresting work If its author could ev er be Induced to write It. tXJM'KTOl'H COlllTIY. HOY-KH WIWAKHKl). Fioiu I,cridon comes a story, attri buted to bu Amslerdum dispatch, to the effect that Captain Karl Hoy-Ed, the former Oerman naval attache at Washington whOse recall was request ed by President Wilson, ha been decorated by the kaiser with the or der of the lted IiiiKle, third class, with SWords. Information is lacking as to Just what significance attaches to the or der of the lted Kaale, third class, with swords, and as to Just what deeds of merit or valor must be performed In order to entitle one to receive it It may, of course, be something like the diamond-studded watch-charm given to the heavy hitter of the home team by a committee of admiring baseball fans, and may mean nothlntf more thun an evidence of personal esteem and a badge of popularity. On the other hand, It may be a reward K merit, the degree of merit, of course, being purely a matter for the determination of the source from which the favor comes. Herman news coming from English sources, of course, must always be taken with consideinbla allowance. It Is quite possible that the story Is not true and that It was manufactured for the purpose of stirring up preju dice aguliiMt Harmony in the L'nlted States. If the story is true it cer tainly will not tend to enhance the popularity of the kaiser In this coun try. Bo far as tho recordH show, (.'iiptaln Hoy-Kd hits rendered no servlco to his country since the war began other than us naval attache of tlm Herman embassy In Waahlngton, and his activities while occupying that piiHitlon were such as to arouse the deep resentment of a nation which was endeavoring to keep on friendly terms with the one which he repre sented. There t no way by which the United States can show its resentment of this "reward'' given Captain Hoy Kd -at least no way by which It can be officially expressed. The kaiser Is perfectly at liberty to decorate the dlaeiedlled diplomat with the lted Kagle or the llluo Huward or any other fowl of whatever Into he may sen fit. Hut such action, If it was real ly taken, will not tend to strengthen Germany or her causa on this sido of the water. THE STRING TO IT 7 I ,.,:-5 , .,m .ftp! p m I ill II ml 1 I If tip h i"- d vfct?;Ulh Wife I- w school through the trying period of Its beginning. Those who graduated tonight were Margaret Sweet, Harriet Hall,. Ida Hall, Hermlnne Hoge, Rosemary Hil ton and Marjorte Herrli k. The com tnenremsiit Rililress. an exceotionally able effort, was delivered by Prof. J. H. Wagner, superintendent of tha city schools of Santa Fe. Xpw Hank Doing Well. Clovls. N. M., May 12. The state ment of the Citizens- hank of Clovls, a state Institution, just issued, showing the condition of the bank at the close of business on May 1, shows deposits totaling $68,691.26. This bank opened for business March 2.", so this amount of deposits was accumulated In about seven weeks. This is a record that perhaps has never been equaled in the stale In a town tho size of Clovis. Hig Cattle Shipment. Kast Las Vegas, N. to'., May 12. One thousand Hereford cattle were unloaded Friday morning at Onava for Sheliebarger brothers, the large landowners on the old Hand tract. Fifty of the animals are registered bulls. The Shellebargers are attempt ing to make their ranch the headquar ters of the finest stock In the state. SPRING MEDICINE nood'g Sarsaparlllft, ti,e Grow Viea. Purifier, is the Best. Spring sickness comes In eom gree to every man, woman and chiw in our climate. , M"" It Is that run-down condition the system that results from immir. impoverished, devitalized blood It is marked by loss of appetiii that tired feeling, and In many CJS by some form of eruption. The best way to treat spring ,iok ness Is to take Hood's Sarsanar ii." This old reliable family medicine Ifies, enriches and revitalizes ,ha blood. It la an all-the-year-rounl alterative and tonic, and is absolute!, the best Spring medicine. ' Get your blood in good condition . once now. Delay may be dangerous Ask your druggist for Hood', parilla, and insist on having u tar nothing else can take Its plate Wliouplnjr Cough, One of tjie most successful prenar. atlons in use for this disease is Cham" bei-laln's Cough Remedy, ft, w Mci Clinton, Illandon Springs, Ala., writes. "Our baby had whooping cough ai bad as most tny baby could have It I gave him Chamberlaln'g Coueii ue'm. edy ana it soon got him well." ob tainable everywhere. Poesn't the country know about all about Mi1, l'.randels that It cares to know by this time.? The suggestion that the countries now at globe, it Is quite the usual thing for a woman to carry a basket on her head, filled with five struggling tur keys and three chickens, while she holds n youngster under one nrm! a large bundle of flrewoood under the other, directs the progress; of three children, leads a stubborn burro and smokes a long black Mgar. ' One .diiy 1 followed a hronse Hebe to her hum bio home by tho river shore and saw her bring forth an American sewing machine and stitch away merrily. Her own garment consisted of a white cloth resembling a sheet, worn Moor ish fashion: but this new creation Was to be a skirt, in latest Hucnos Aires style, for lit tie. Maria who at tended the mission school and had never learned to smoke. Women are the same the world over, In metropolis and hamlet, In brilliant court and forest wilds they love adornment. Kvery woman covets the other Woman's clothes. In Hogo tu, Colombia, the aristocracy wear Parisian and New York hannents; but in the Atarato river country the pour Indtun girls have nothing but fi ber bark skirts to wear. One of these maids of the wilderness paddled up to the frontier trading posts last spring In her father's canoe and sow a corset and a pair of stockingB In the tho women of! window of the Btore. A week Inter war withhold i the most advanced fashions were re- earth. A man will full over one when $OCORRO COUNTY HIGH ho would never think of falling over , .. anything else. He never knows when i SCHOOL CLOSES TERM he bus got through falling over It, The coiuliiHion of tho scrl"B of con. fcrciuca between Generals Scott and l'uiiston for the l'nlted Hlates govern ment atid General uhrvgon for the i!u facto government of Mexico vas just whut any Intelligent person fa miliar with the Mexican situation iiilKhl have anticipated. We have tho word of the conferees that their de liberations were marked by "conspic uous courtesy and good will," and we also have convincing evidence that just exactly nothing was accom plished. Tho fundamental reason for tho failure of tin. conferences lies in the fact Hint the parties to them wi, flrivlng for different ol-jects. tion entls Scott and Kunston hail in mind the rcdispoHiliou of Dm American troops in Mexico in audi a muiiner ift to insure the protection of the border and U' prevention of further outrages to American cltuviis. 0n nal Obregon had in mind the immedi ate, or ut least the early withdrawal of Ihe American troops from Mexivo reg:irdless of the consequences that instil, follow such a step. Manifest ly, -rtllh two such wholly different purposes in view there was never ut any tune a chance that an agreement could be reached. t'lidi rlvlng all the blunders thst have marked the Mexican policy of this and former adinluixtiutioriR of the I 'lilted Htutes government there bus l-ten one egregious error. That uror huh the assumption that Mexico la a civUi-ud country that Mexicnns as it class uro a civilized people. The fatuous belief In the existence of a ba sis of good will between the Mexican uml the American the blind refusal to recognise the traditional and deep-rooi-d hatred of the "gringo-' that cx IstN S'uitli of the ltlo Grande has been responsible for a long course of action that, in the Impatient eyes of Itioee living near the border, has seemed little short of Imbfclle. liiritig the long years of the I'laE ri-iiiiie there was the shadow of peace In Mexico. We now know that It was only a shadow, end tha.1 tn quiet that reigned at that time was from the men any evidences of nf-l" ln uenen -ni wie jung.e IVc.lon h a means of forcing the ro. I when the maid and her sister proudly .... pnraded their native settlement with s.ora.lon of peace in fl ".iniliKa WllB corsets and bright red the following comment from tho 1 j openwork hose neatly painted on Angeles Times; ' their chocolato colored skin. The "Tho sensational ladies suggesting ' x0ln American Jewelry salesmen who the plan of a 'sex strike' among the a,. their first South , Ameri- women of belligerent countries may ;CHn ttmr (ng OUKnt u COnie back think they are proposing something w)(n pi,,tly 0f orders, new in urging wives and HWcetheatts; , of soldiers to refrain from caresses Xi;i'TltAl.S AND Til K JIHilt SKA8. until the fighting (stops. 11 so hap-: (i(,;nVy juniea Fold. In the Atlantic) pens, however, that Uysislrata, tltula.r Jt ,m hten t.xhibitol as a grosa tn heroino of the most farcical of Arlsto- consistency that American citizens I phiiiies' comedies, headed a represent-; nuV(, bttm wrt).d to keep out of Mex- ntlve gathering of Athenian matrons wh1 , ,lnle ,hty hliva not been warned to keep off vessels either; for it will tangle his legs and his arms, turn over with him and rear up In front of him, and Just as he pauses In his profanity to concrutu late .hlmnelf, It takes a new turn, and scoops more skin off of him, and he commences to evolute apew, and bump himself on fresh places. A man never censes to fall over a wheelbar row until it turns. completely on Its back, or brings tip, against something it ennnot upset. It is the most inof fensive looking object there Is, hut It Is more dangerous than a locomo tive, and no man is secure with one unless he has a tight hold of its han dles, and Is sitting down on on some thing. A wheelbarrow has its uses, without doubt, but In its leisure mo ments it Is the great blighting curse on true dignity. av MOSNINS JOURNAL i'tCIAL LtAJtO WlRI So. orro, N. M., May 12. The first commencement of the Socorro county high school came to a close here this evening with an interesling program given in the court house. A big crowd was present and the exercises were greatly enjoyed. After the exercises a public recep tion was tendered Prof. George LoU gee, principal of the school, in token of a', pr.-iiatlou of the successful man ner in which he has conducted the mr.vs itiAiKW. Saturday and Payday Savings (l lb. best Now Potatoes 2."k! i SO llm. Illah Patent Hour $t.7s! HO lbs. Good Quality Hour $1.50 J ; lbs. best Head HW'e 25c 7 lbs. choice 1 tried Peaches 3 lbs. nice Meaty JYtines Nice Comb Honey I'niicj Tubln Syrup, 2-lh. ran., fnney Table- Syrup, li-gul. can lancy Table Syrup. 1 pal can., I .Hire !!'. best Pancake Hour, Large can Cotloleoo . . Medium can ( ottolcnc after twenty-one years of tho Pole-: ponneslaii war and advised that very , , ,-,. i,elliiierent fluir: and thing it sex strike. Incidentally, lt,m distinction Is well marked In didn't work. Men are not the only,, . people on cinui wno UKu Kisses una such things" With Scissors and Paste Till! MllUMHt SPIUKS. Where tho bells peal far at sou, Cunning fingers fashioned me; There on palace alls 1 hung While that Consilclo sung; I'ut 1 heard, though 1 listen d well, Never a note, never A trill. Never it bent of the chiming bell. There 1 hung and looked, and there In my gray face, faces fair Shone from under shining hair. Well 1 raw the poising head, Hut the lips moved und nothing said; And when llthls were In the ball, Silent moved the dancer nil. So awhile I glowed and then IV1I on dusty ways and men; Long I klunihetvd packed In strew, Long, 1 none but dealers saw; Till before my silent eye iile that sees came passing by. Now with an outlandish --race i To the sparkling fire I face, I In the blue room at Skerryvare; ! Where I Halt until the door I opens, and the prince of men, Henry James, shall come again. It. L. Stevenson In "Tndcrwuods." Tin: l tsllloNs SOI TH AMI H- IC. (Harriet Chalmers Adams In World llltlooK.) Trade development le a fascinating Foe a government to order its na tionals out of a country In a condition of anarchy Is as comman a precau tion us roping off a dangerous fire, and It Involves n0 abridgement of rights of citizenship. There are abundant precedents on this point supplied by the practice of every civ ilized country. The only place where people have a full and unqualified right to be is In thetr own country; und If for any reason they chooso to expatriate themselves, they have only such privileges of travel or residence as are provided by treaty stipulations or conceded by international law. . The high seas are, however, the common property of nations, and the right to use them as such Is not sus pended by war, although It is then qualified by belligerent rights. But traveler's residence in a foreign country la not a right but a condition al privilege. , ; No authority holds that our govern ment Is bound to claim for our citi sens thy right to go where they please and stay where they please in Kurope, if they do go they take their risks, and they have no right to expH't any thing more from their government than that It wtll Insist that they shall I be deulth with according to law, and it hat reparation shall be obtained In ease of violation of rights secured by ( treaty or acknowledged by interna tional taw. 1II IT KVKU HAPPKV TO YOC? C'thitibury News Man" In National Mafruxlne. 1 If you have occasion to use a wheel Mtudy. I rerall a voyage up tho Para- j barrow, leave It, when you are guy river when I made the aeqonltit-1 through with it. In front of the house snce of the Guaranl Indian women, brave and Industrious, and the most accomplished head balancers on the New York, May 12. Dun's Review tomorrow will say; "Nothing has developed to prevent continuance of the remarkable activ ities und unprecedented achievements 5 nice cleau ltrokeii Itlce In the business world. International uncertainties still cause hesitancy In the securities markets, but productive enterprise remains unaffected and labor troubles are less disturbing. The most gratifying feature of the situa tion, aH it has been for some time, is the absence of excesses and general avoidance of over extension in all le gitimate undertakings. This affords the best assurance of sustained eco nomic progress, nnd while pressure of new demands has clearly subsided in certain Important lines, special causes ore not needed to account for some abatement after months of ex traordinary buying. That the phe nomenal puce could not continue In definitely was obvious and manufac turers, having more orders than can be conveniently handled, welcome the opportunity to work accumulated bus iness off their books. Weekly bank clearings, 3,940.487,272." .25c .850' .10c, .100 .250 j . 500 , .10c ,.!.. vi : . ..OOo1 NKW YORK MOXKY MAHKET. New York, May 12. Mercantile pa per, 3H per cent. Sterling Sixty day billH, $4.724; demand, $4.7i'V Har silver T"ii;-- Mexican dollars 59 'i c. Government bonds Steady. Kallroad bonds Strong. Time loans Lower. Sixty days. 2 per cent; 90 days, 3 per cent. Call money Steady. Kullng rate, 2 per cent. MAY l'OHK COTTOX. New York, May 12. ?pot cotton Quiet. Middling uplands, $13.05. Sales None. "Cha-ailMTlatn's Tablets Have lonc Wonders for Me." "I have been a sufferer from stom ach trouble for a number of years, and although I have used a great number of remedies recommended for this complaint. I'hamberluln's Tab lets is the first medicine that has given me positive and lasting relief," writes Mrs. Anna Kadln, Spencerport, N. Y. Chamberlain's Tablets have done wonderg for me and 1 value ihem very highly." obtainable everywhere. ASK FOR AND GET Skinners THE HIGHEST OUAUTT EGG NOODLES M PASf KECIPI IOOK FRIt with the handles toward the door., A 1 SKINNER MFC. CO.. CL PASO, TEX Pore California Fruit Jam 10c 3-qt. Jars pure lYnlt .lam $1.00 2 large cans California 1 Inches . . 25c 2 large cans California Plums,... 25c 2 largo cans California Cirapes. , ,25c Best quality Sliced PI lie-applet-:, can 10c, l.V, 20c 3 cans best Tomutwn 85c 3 cans Sugar Corn 25c 3 cans Curly .lime Peas ....25c Fancy Tea for lie Tea. '-lb. pkg.25c tide quality Gunpowder Ten 15c title duality Fiigllsh ltmikfast Tca.i5o IIOc quality Japan Ten. I lbs. 30o Coffee for. . Ked Wolf Cot-fiT- Harrington Hall Co rice 25o plig. Coffee Host Creamery lluttcr . Good quality Creamery lbs Fresh lOggs, del 2 15c pkgs. new Pr.t Tonstlcs 2 iikgs. Grape Nuts Large pkg. Postuni T.nrgo pkg. Crenm of Wheat. 2 good sld Fat, Mackerel.. 7 bars l.cnox Soap......... 7 bars Sniffs White Soap. . 8 bars Diamond V Soap. . . . 8 lbs. Wushlug Soda 25c! Yosetahlo Sircds and ITower Seeds. Hill size Garden Hoes l ull size Garden ltukcs 3,v Well Made Fibre Salt Cases. ., ,$1.25 j Men's best Flk Outing Shoca. . . ,$2.5 i Hoys' licst F.Ik Outing Shoos I 1.75 to 2.10 Hoys' Overalls 25c to B0c Men's I5st Overalls $1.00! Men-.. 82.00 Hats $1.50 Men's high grade $13 Suits. . .$12.50 Hoys' good Suits $2.00 to $l.50i . . . 45e , $1.00: 0o 40c 1 20c , 35c I flutter, two I 05c I 25c! . 85c I .25c I ,20c i .15c: .25cj .25c .25c! .25c wheelbarrow Is the most complicated thing to fall over on the face Ol the LAMEST MACaRONI FACTORY IU AMERICA J, H. MCMAMON, ALM lUNAMft Men's summer Cndorwcar.250 and Fp ' .Men's Summer I'nlon Suits. 50e and $1 Hoys' Summer I'uioii Suits. 2,V and 50c j Ladies' tXHtnge Aprons ( l.adicK $1.25 House lrnses. ... $1.0(1 ' ;hmI quality Apron t. Ingham, 3 j yards 25c ' ;Md Quality Imvs t.iiigbain, yd.lOej ! Indies' Vests He, 10c, 15e and 25c 1 Children' KomH'i-s H.Vvand IMki Hoys straw Hals 10e and I pl Men's Well Made Work Pauls. . .$1.00' 1 AT DOLDE'S "Yoni POIX.K CCY8 MORE" $10-211 South Srenna Mreec Phone C4. AIX GOODS DELIYERED mm t- k'-'tJc i A Oathonng Ssaer tope A JlM w W.-7 ... '. JJ-' distinctive flavor, of Budwciser comes from the genuine S&aer Hops used exclusivelu in mak- - a itmp it. Ois food value comes , from fine, nutritious! malt. Brewing and brew ery cleanliness and pas teuryation $ive it its germless purity. -trew other beverages offer ijou as much as! this in food value-no other food (liquid or solid) offers you more' than this in purity and wholesomeness. 1 JBiadkvTeSseir Bottla4 at the Brewery ' Anheuser-Busch, St.louis. C. E. KUNZ Distributor ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ' FOR Republican Nominee The New York Tribune has undertaken to find the actual preference of the republican voters as to who their presiden tial nominee shall be, and the Journal has undertaken the task of learning the sentiment of the republican voters in New Mexico. t The Tribune says, and the Journal believes it correct, that Theodore Roosevelt or Justice Hughes will be nomi nated. The name of neither of these men has been author ized on any primary ballot. A test vote, nation-wide in its scope, is therefore undertaken. The Journal will conduct the test in New Mexico and will be furnished with the prog ress of the vote secured by the New York Tribune through all of its agencies. The voting is not limited to Roosevelt and. Hughes. Cast your ballot for the man of your choice and for your second choice, by, cutting out and filling in the following coupon and mailing it to the Journal. Tear Coupon Off H ore and Mail It Straw Vote Editor, Morning Journal, Albuquerque, New Mexico. My choice for republican presidential nominee is : First Second I am a legal voter of New Mexico. Name Postoffice