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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Sunday, May 21, 1916.
" Six AN INDEPENDENT NEWSrAPKH morning Journal Published by tha JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. 1 1. A. MACTHKItsON Priallrnt W T. MeCilP.KlllT Ilualnrsa Muntrtr R. I D. McAI,U8TEIl Na E'lil'" A. N. MOKUAN Wiy Kdltur If. J FOX Editor :. J. AMU-.KSO. Manjnett ltulldlnf, thlio, UJ. fwlft Koprwiitatrta, RAIJ'll H. Ml ID l-ark Mow, York, Entered aa apwnd-claa matter at th juloftlia of AlMiqurqua, N. M., uiular Act of Conaraaa of March 1. Wt. lrr elrcuiatlon than any other paisr n Ntrw Muloo. Tha only ppr 1n Nw Mnlro Iued evary day In tha ywr. TliHMS OK HI.'IIHCHIPTION Pally by carrier or mall, on men In, SOo Noncw ru bi-hs'-iiihi-jiih e.ulrrlbra to tha Journal whim writing ii have tholr paper changed to a nw ad ittm muat be aura to flva tha old addrraa. Tha Mnrnlnif Journal haa a blhr olrnu lntlcn ratltif than la accorded to any other lytr In Nrr MkxIoo." Tna American hrwapapar Directory. THE JOURNAL takes and prints J- sixty hour and thirty minutes of rxeluslva Associated Press leased wire service each week. No other newspaper published in New Mexico tkea more thnrt twenty-four hour or Associated Piesa service during tlo week. SCXUAV MAY 21. 1916 mx iuiT Tin: aaiu. New Mexico is face to face with a situation thut dors small credit to tha prldo of tlio state a situation which should he remedied without the loust delay. H was a distinct compliment that the president uud the. secretary 'if war paid to the three border states of Arizona, New Mexico und Texas in selecting the national guard of t hose state ax tho first to ho sent to the border for tho protection of the country from invasion by marauding Mexican bunds. Tho order was Is aued not solely because of tho prox imity of tho troops to the nee no of the trouble, but also because It was believed that tho people of thos, slates, being moat directly und vital ly concerned In what luid been fcoln on, would respond with tho greutest alacrity to tho call for troops to protect their own frontiers1. Confi dence In tha spontaneous patriotism of the citizens of all these Mates was distinctly implied In the action taken by the authorities In Washington. Vp to tho prune nt time, so far as New Mexico Is concerned, tills con fidence has not been Justified. This Is not a pleasant thing to say, but It Is true, and It Is right that tho facts should he known. Only ono unit of the entire slalo militia, ltuttery A of Koswoll, went to Columbus with Its full war strength of efficient men In response to the order for mobiliza tion, Tho majority of tho compun it s were short of their minimum peace si re'. gth. All of them were coin posed In largo part of men who were not aide to measure up to tho physi cal requirements for military service, the result being that many of the nulls of the regiment have been lit erally decimated by rejection follow ing physical examination. Hut this is not the worst of It. in hc face of these facts and with tho lull knowledge that the patriotism nil pride of tho stnto were on trial, ei rolling has been proceeding at a n:iH" pace. It was no disgrace that i ho m obi 1 1 suit Ion order found many of ho companies below their minimum ilrciigth, but it Is distinctly a dls i.ince that the cull to arms should have been met wth such Indifferent Response by the young men of the t'liitn cupublo of military service. VII bin cm? week from the time It lecaine known that the national Mmnl was needed on the bonier the regiment,, should have been' recruited lo lis full maximum, war strength with vigorous, able-bodied young men anxious to do their part In up holding tho honor of tlnlr country i. nd their flag, It Is not too Into for New Mexico to s.ive her facifr- to show to the world that slio Is not lacking In pa triotism and In readiness to bear her Mmro of tho burdens brought about b.v the present Mexican situation. Hut unless she awakens at once to the ne cessities that confront her she will stiind disgraced in Hie ces of lhi nation. fought valllantly for his country, who has sacrificed his eyesight or his health, a leg or an arm, and who, no longer ablo to work or to find work. Is thrust out upon the pavements, a homeless, friendless, starving wretch? Ho must fed that patriotism is the supreme irony, and that ingratitude is sharper than tho serpent's tooth. Tho skies must be of brass, the earth of steel, hit fellow men base dogs, his cotinl ry a destroying mo loch he, If any man, is Justified In cursing his country and dying. Our pension system, swollen, pad ded, has threatened a scandal and is felt as a reproach by many. Tet It has averted from this republic a re proach und Bbjmo which every na tiun of Europe has at some tlins In curred. The old soldier In the Unit ed Slates, at least, has not had cause to deny hla country' decency, or to denounce his countrymen. The Ingrntltudo of republics Is one .f the scoffs of the world. But our republic, If ungrateful to some poli ticians who fancy their rewords In sufficient, has bound up tho wounds of tho soldiers, has comforted his widow and his orphan, has fulfilled the trust Lincoln laid upon It. True, the United States has haa tho wherewithal to care for the dere licts of war. Such has been our blesiwd fortune. 1n Europe after j tills war, governments, some Of them tit least, will be too Impoverished to care for the cripples, tho widows andj the orphans, even If they wished. I Verily, this country is a favored! land, as oil of us, native or foreign-I born, should have borne in upon our consciousness. This Is a country for which a man may well ufford to live, or to die If such sacrifice is required of him. Could It huve been that the colonel was having visions of a certain Jus tlco of tho United Slates supreme court when he discovered the whis kered bird? AITI-'.lt VKltDl V WHAT? Three months ugo today the crown prince struck what ho thought would be tho master blow for the prestige of tho Hohenzollerns. Ho launched' a frontal attack against the strongest po'dllon on tho western front, und j waited for tho steam roller to craHh i th rough, I Ho is sllll waiting. Tho much, vaunted steam roller lias struck aj snag. The French refuse to bo over-; whelmed. They have brought Into ; play their effective resiliency. Tho j bent reed la not broken. With the Hermans so evidently checked at Verdun, the question not-j orally presents ItselfWhere are the kaiser's forces going to strike next? Can they strike at all? Will the next; offensive rmun from the allies? Considering the remarkuhlo pro-1 greas that tho Jlusslans liavo been! nuiklng In Asia Minor, It Is not nil-' reasonable to suppose that the next! sensation of the wur Is to come fron. that quarter. After Hagdud falls and the Important rullwuy Is In tho hands! of tho grand duke, n sweep westward Into Constantinople Is not beyond I possibility. After Constantinople I Budapest and Vienna; and after Vlen-i na ? THE ANCIENT WARFARE By Anne Virginia Culbcrtson. (Napoleon bus recorded that to him one of the most wonderful things in the world was the fact that eventually. Ideals alway tri umph over mere brute force.) MOW this is the Ancient Warfare, Waged since the world began, When forces of flesh and spirit Clash in the realms of Man. Yet spirit is final victor, Ideals live and reign When empires that once begot them Sleep 'neath the desert j)lain. Fair Greece of the olden glories, Warrior, sage and bard Her poems in marble builded, Lies like a broken shard. Yet ever she speaks the message, Straight from' her ancient heart, That Art is the truth of Beauty, Beauty the truth of Art. No longer Rome of the Caesars, Mistress of land and sea, Resounds with the wail of captives Or the shouts of victory. Yet out of her wreck a salvage Came to the world of men, The Law and the Court of Justice, Rights of the Citizen. Though Israel's tribes be scattered, Vital their Vision still, The prophets preserved it ever Changeless through good and ill; The vision of One God, Living, Spirit His realm and 'throne, They saw when the other peoples Worshipped insensate stone. Each nation shall leave a message, Truth unto truth shall grow Till ended the Ancient Warfare, Vanished the Ancient Woe. Then Right shall alone be mighty, s Man in his onward course Shall find "flesh profiteth nothing," Spirit alone is force. , Slice the vegetables and arrange them with some slices Of smoked beef at the bottom of the stew pan, let them cook a few minutes, and then cover them with tho stock. Lay the veal on them, cover with greased paper and close the pan. Let It ilmmcr till ten der, adding more stock if required. Viae the tournedog on a baking sheet In the oven to crisp thelurdoons, dish them on fried croutons, brush over with glaze, and serve with to mato sauce. - Salsify. Prepare one ounce of flour to one quart of water, mix and boil. Add one-lh)rd of an ounce of salt and the Julco of a lemon: ulso four ounces of heef iuet cut fine. Tut In a basin some water, to which add a little vin egar. Now scrape the salsify and wash in the vinegar water. Then cut off the green and drop tho salsify Into the prepared broth, adding piece by piece until all has been cleaned. Then boil till tender. It may be served in a white sauce or sauted in butter, or passed through a frying batter and fried. It might also be served with tomato or piquant sauce or as as a sulad, with which latter dish a little grated horseradish Is an improve ment, hearts of the tops of the sal sify, usually thrown away, will make an excellent sulad. ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooeooooooooo o o ! Opportunity Funds Tho Mexican bandit who was hang-1 ed after being reprieved nlno tlmei ically has no cause for complaint, j Nine lives is all thut even a cut Is, entitled !o. i It is reported that the bull ring at Chihuahua lias h'cn offered as a site for an international college. Let's hope this Is not hull. With Scissors and Paste The lU'trolt mother who offered her two sons to Colonel I'.oosevelt frr any var that might lonie up evidently ov erlooked the fact that tho colonel hat already offered himself and his four sons, whli-h will be aiiout all that "111 be needed. A NATION'S t.KATITl 1I1 1X1 KILL MOKQUTOKS. (Farm and Fireside.) ! In the early morning mosquitoes nearly adways go to the windows, so , If you watch the windows and screens at that time, you can make a complete! killing. ' IIM-: WAV TO comi; Ot T. ! Th.i only safe way will he for thei Herman navy to disguise Hself as a I Joke when It eoines out. The English j may not see it, j A cablegram from Home describes the iH-gglng in tho streets of lluro-j pea n capitals by maimed, blind audi broken soldiers, returned from the w ar. No longer ablo to serve their j countries, they are c.i.-t out to perish, j or to live on alms- Whether thu re-1 port is truo or false, there is no: nuana of knowing. Hut spectacles of that sort have been Incident I ft many wars In the past, and have been presented in probably every capital of Europe In many a century, tin far . .. ... T I .... t II 111 blltiiunu llieiw nam r,i h reported provision to care for the d!s-, libled soldiers. Napoleon was careless of tits, wounded, beeauae they were of no I further use to him snd were a poid-l the burden. Who thut has read! Thackeray's "Harry lndon" ever can forget the picture of the treat ment of Frederick the Great's "can non fodder?" And ts there any blt U'rnesa exceeding that which must rankle In the heart of a man who has IMU MEXICAN HWDITS. Cl lurry II. luinn In Cartoons Magazine) The average wnge for such labor as any man among the H.HOa.OOfl of Mexico ran furnish In less lhan fil cents, A merieaii currency, day. Hut any man can steal n horse and a nm chelo, ii ml .loin one of more than ildfl bandit gangs operating through Mex ico. out of lux dhare of the loot of tho first village or hacienda he wilt get a saddle, all tho liquor he Can drink, and tho unfortunate daughter or wife of sonic countryman for women are the cheapest commodity In Mexico. I'osslbly he will get s rifle and am munition, if not at the first raid, St lensl nt tho second, and he can keep out of the fighting until ho has armed himself, vi t nhai e In the proceeds of his fellow Pandits' looting. How inlii h cheaper It is to get horses, rem, food, drink and clothing mere ly by shooting down their rightful owners than It Is to work for them al ,M cent a dv' I The new bandit notes that few of i his companions nre killed in proper-i tion to the loot they get und the easy life they live; that many small garri sons of government troops, underpaid and poorly fed. Join the highwaymen, rather than give them battle, and he begins to sing the Spanish equivalent of "This Ih the life." ordered. Soon after starting, the sleigh of the bride ami groom fell be hind and drove about rather aimless ly, apparently going nowhere in par ticular. This disturbed the groom, who thought they should nrrlve first and receive their guests. He criticized .Sice for selecting a bouse that was so hard to rind, and when they turned at last Into Delaware avenue. Huffalo's finest street, and slopped before a handsome house, he was troubled con cerning the richness of tho locnllty. They were on the steps when the doors ononed and a perfect fairyland of lights and decoration was revealed wlihln. The friends who hud gone ahead rnmi' out with greetings to lead tho bride and groom. Servants hur ii' d rorward tn take bags and wraps They were ushered Inside: they were ted through beautiful rooms, all newly appointed and garnished. The brldo groom was duzed, unable to under stand tho meaning of It all the com pleteness of their possession. At last his young wife put her hand upon his arm. "Pon't you understand, Youth?" she said that was ulways her name for him, "pon't you understand? H Is ours, all ours everything a gift from father." Hut still he could not quite grasp It, until Mr. Lungdon brought a little box and, opening It, hnndod them the deeds. Nobody quite remembers what was the first remark that Samuel Clemens made hut cither then or a little later hp said: "Mr. LAngdon, whenever you are ID Huffalo, if it's twice a year, come right here. Hrlng your bag and stay over night if you want to. H shan't cost a cent." HOW MEXICO HATES VS. "Hate you?" said a wild young Mexican officer to me one day on a troop train. 'The Mexican hate for yod Gringos would put Joy into the supreme passion of rape, flro into the flames of arson, virtue into robbery, and a crown of glory on death and defeat at war with you." When J laughed In tha face of his hate and remarked that It waa too well expressed to be deeper than his mind, he choked: "Hoth. both with our heads and our hearts, we hate you." ... "Yes," said a thoughtful member of Csrranza's cabinet circle, "there. 1 hatrV'd among uh for you, and It la dungerous; as a prejudice it Is very i dungerous. Hut also It haa reasons I for being, and the reasons can be rea soned with and In time removed. If there be tlmo." True. The enmity In Mexico against "the Colossus of the North," as they call the United States, Is all sorts of hale held by all sorts of people there. It Is reasonable and unreasonable; it Is thought and felt; it Is open-eyed and it Is blind; it is suspicion and ex perience. It is racial, religious, eco nomic, and It Is historical. Johnny Cake. A cheap and easy method of mak-Ino- rake for breakfast or for child ren's snrjoer Is to take three teucup- fulg of Inditin or corn meal, one salt- spoonru! or salt; one tablcspoonrui or lard or butter. Mix these with cold water not too stiff. Bake in a hot oven fifteen minutes. potato l'ancaUcs. To a cupful of cold masnea potato add a cupful of milk and mix well un til well blended. Sift together a half cupful of flour,, a tcaspoonful each of sugar and salt (unless the potatoes are already seasoned), a teaspoonful of baking powder, beat well, then add a toblespoonful of melted butter, beat again hard and long. WHAT THE CADILLAC RECORD MEANS FROM SALES STANDPOINT Cadillac dealers can talk forever about the wonderful qualities of the caf about Its acceleration, Its flexi bility. Its endurance, and all the other things that it claims for itself; but the publlo includes a "show me" ele ment of large proportions nn ele ment that will always be unconvinced by words. What counts, and ulways has count, ed, and always will count, Is perform ance. , The Inestimably high sales value of satisfied Cadillac owners lies cnieuy in the fact that they talk performance. Mr. Hrown tells the neighborhood what his car has done how he went lout on those bad roads north of town jlast Sunday and mude every hill on Wjnd the value of demonstration Is based on th same principle per- formance. The fact that a standard type 53 ' Cadillac was driven from roust to ' const in 7 days 1 hours and 52 mln- jutes, the fact that it was uiihulted by 'mountains, deserts, mud, sand, and j every other conceivable obstacle, is jone of the greatest proofs of stamina i that Cadillac dealers have ever had ! the privilege of using. i 1 I Irrigation JJi'cnso firnnUyl. Pnnta Te. May 20. State Kngineer ! James A. Trench today granted li- cense to appropriate water to Walter county, to pump 114 acre feet for the reclamation and irrigation of thirty i eight acres. A business man often needs funds to take advantage of legitimate opportunities, which will no doubt arise the coming New Year, and frequently a temporary loan is all that is required. If he has established a regular banking connection he is able to meet such emergencies easily, independently and profitably. Secret of Success A young mats may have many friends, but he will have none so steadfast, so constant, so ready to re spond to his wants, so capable of pushing him ahead, as a little leather-covered book with the name of this -nk on its cover. Let Us See You This Week The State National Bank Of Albuquerque, N. M. Central Arenoa and Second Street. Depository for Funds of the United States Government and the Atchison, Topeka fit Santa Fe Railway. Soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo Kt-quisltion Honored. Santa Ke, May 20. Governor Mc Donald honored the requisition of the Governor of Oklahoma for the return of Kdward Mitchell and Richard Mc- Intvre. wanted at Hominy, Osage county, Oklahoma, on the charge of cattle stealing. IUGHT IX ALBl'QfKKQl'E. The Albuquerque Business coliesa right here at home, no board to pay, no railroad fare to pa;.', no danger of homesickness on your part, no worry or anxiety on part of your parents, offers the best solution of "what to do this summer." A GIRL I SAW DO YOU know WHAT I saw today? A GIRL with the most BEAUTIFUL HAIR imaginable. I MADC up my mind RIGHT THtN to find out WHERE SHE got it, SO I asked her. SHE WAS just aa nice- ABOUT IT as could be. WHAT DO you think she said; USE NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE." THEN SHE went on TO TELL me HER HAIR used to be DULL, BRITTLE and lifeless. FINALLY DANDRUFF began TO ACCUMULATE. HER HAIR came out HER SCALP itched AND WAS hot and feverish.1 SHE TRIED everything. NOTHING DID much good, SHE COULD see AN IMPROVEMENT with THE FIRST application OF HERPICIDE. THE DANDRUFF disappeared. HER HAIR ceased falling out THE ITCHING stopped. SHE WAS delighted AND SAYS "NEWBRO'S HERPICIDE IS THE finest thing THERE IS to make THE HAIR soft and fluffy s AND INCREASE ita beauty.' I DIDN'T like it WHEN SHE told ma h HER HAIR used to LOOK JUST like mine. , I DIDN'T know my HAIR LOOKED so UNTIL SHE told me. ANYWAY I am going TO TRY Newbro'e Herpicida, IT IS sold everywhere AND GUARANTEED. YOU CAN get A SMALL sample bottla BY SENDING ten centa TO THE Herpicide Company DEPT. 138-B, Detroit, Michigan THEY ALSO send you A BOOK about the hair MY! I am glad I MET that girl today. jooooooo 00OO00O000O00000 00 0000 0000 OOOOOOOOOO 000 OOOOOOOO 00000000000000 DICKKNS WAS Ol'STED. (Kdward llungerford in the Saturday Evening I'ost.) - Colonel It was the proprietor of n widely known old house In the south, which three-quarters of a cen tury ago had earned Its reputation as a well conducted tavern. When Charles Dickens came to America he stopped at this southern house.. He was hardly settled in his room before Colonel H was at the door. Ho assured him that hla horses, his wlines, all the lavish hospitality of a state famed for its generosity, stood at tho convenience of tha distinguished visi tor. Dickens received the proffer coldly. In London one did not accept a tav ernkeeper as a social equal. So It was thnt he returned the courteous offer by suying that when he wished th services of the innkeeper ho would send for him. For sixty seconds Col onel M stood silent, his great face growing redder all the while. Finally he stretched out a arm toward Dickens. "You go, sir!" he stammered. "And do not stand upon the order of your going." The novelist went. And H is to ba trusted he had learned that th American hotelkeeper of that day and ago was not to be confused with his brother In far-off Europe. IN THE KITCHEN AND PANTRY Cooking Recipes That Are Worth Knowing TW ivs wkimum; phksknt. (St. Nicholas.) It was the second of February. 1S70, that Samuel Clemens and Olivia ljiilg don were married. 'Hie next after noon the wedding party set out for liurfiilo. Through a Mr. sloe, an ugent of Mr. ljuiKdon s, Clemens hud en-; gaged, as he supposed, a boarding J house (iiiet Hbd unpretentious, for he meant to start his married life mod-1 estly. Jarvls l.angdon had u plan of' his own for tils daughter, but Clemens had received ro inkling of it, and had full faith in th- letter which Sle" had written, saying that a choke and In expensive bouidliig hotis had been securvd. When about o'clock at night the party reached Buffalo, they found Mr. Siee waiting at the station.; There was snow, and sleight had been Heclpes requested by readers are given below. Tho first Is ona for brow n betty. To make It, butter a deep pudding dish and arrange a layer of buttered bread crumbs in tho bottom. Next put In a deep layer of sliced tart up pie I peeled i. and spi inkle with su gar, cinnamon, a few gratings of nut meg, some dots of butter and a little lemon Juice when the apples are of the winter variety. Add a few rais ing and some lilts of citron. If desired, and then put another lsver of crumbs. Continue until the dish is piled up, having the crumbs on top. Add u, little hot water and bake in a slow oven for one hour. .Serve hot with hard sauce. ( heevo Wafer. Take on cupful of fine flour, one half cupful of butter, a dust of pep per, a pinch of salt: rub well togeth er, then add one teaspoonful of bak ing powder and four ounces of grated Parmesan cheese and two whole eggs; mix with a little cream into a paste, roll out about half an Inch thick, cut Into four Inch lengths, about one inch wide, place on a wet baking tin, then brush over with raw whole egg and dust over with a few browned bread crumbs, prick the pnstn well with a shurp pointed knife, sprinklo on the crumbs a few cor.e grains of salt, and nake in a moder ate oven for thirty-five to forty min utes, when the strips should be crisp and a nice brown color. Serve with freshly grated Parmesan cheese. These are nice t0 eat with soup and can be used hot or cold. TonnimliM of Veal. on and one-half pounds of veal cutlet, one-quarter pound smoked beef, two onions, two carrots, two tur nips, herbs, one pint stock, tomato sauce, croutons. Cut the veal about on Inch thick and threa Inches long, . anj lard closely w!tU smoked beef. & oo 00 00 00 00 00 oo oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo oo oo oo 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 oo oo oo 00 00 oo 00 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo oo 00 oo 00 oo oo 00 00 00 oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo 00 oo 00 oo 00 oo oo oo 00 00 oo oo 00 oo oo oo oo oo 00 00 oo oo m New Mexico State Normal School SILVER CITY, NEW MEXICO Summer Sessionjbegins May 29th, 1916, for a term of EIGHT WEEKS CJ Courses for all classes of teachers ff Grades honored by State Board of Education United States Commissioner of Education, P. P. Claxton, hasjpromised to visit the early part of the session oooooooooooooo 00000000000000 Address E. L. ENLOE, President Silver City, New Mexico i 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 oo