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brother of the saving
CAREFUL reading of th'a
advertisements in thj
Herald today vill be worth
money to you, u
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1011.
SECOND IBS DEMID THAT
mum mm resign;
nml bolting ticmnrrat. were In the
addle. Charles Chudwltk anil John
W. Wilson, regarded n the strategist
"f the Peanut Itrlgade of tlin Hunt
right force, were tncre, so were
l"Ul ,l. Hue, the real strategist nl
the anti-Seller Iicniocrats: llrv. Har
mon P. Wiillums and FrniHln K
Wood. Thti lutler two are not rel
dent of the second ward. They
came ovrr from the first lo denounce
Mr. Skinner nml scold the newpsper
for nui helping curry nut ln Itepuh-
11. an iiitrr:n
When the meeting not under way
the evidence iif adtnit stage-manag
ing were much tn evidence, but ev
erybody questioned professed pro
round Ignorance a t the real, au
thcim of the fully. Clyde Tlngley
I.......I Ik. ...II l.t.. I. ..ld lhrt .I..V
scntative who will be In Sympathy with Their Protrram.
after It appeared Ihut II wnii tit be
meciing lor tow iiiniussioii 01 nt-iso-
hothood affair only, nml that the
redllght lue would !c strictly
burred. Homebody saw- Mr. Tlngley
aftT that and the next due In- n
nmiiKTil that the rcdllKhl ordinance
would In) brought Ul.
Il wu. It was about the only thing
that ma cnnldere.l. 1 hero wa
some reference to Minn whim in me
ward at the, al.irt, hut after Fran' I
K WiiiiiI ant under wav streets rro
He Declares will be Main Issue Before People in the Im- "ictr.ukcd and ni meeting went ..it
a wt .. .. . ... n IUM (TV IHUT Ml. Pamri hiki in--
jncuiaic xuiuic. ciiauAicK, xicpuuiican L.eaaer. Makes
MEET DIGNIFIED REFUSAL
Voters who Led in Support of Mayor Boatright in Spring
Campaign Allege Councilman has Failed to Carry Out
Campaign Promises and Demand Right to Elect a Repre-
POLITICIANS SCOLD NEWSPAPERS FOR
CRITICIZING BOATRIGHT ACMlfilSIRAIIOH
Minister Says Real Aim of the Reformers and Boatright
Leaders is to Inaugurate Prohibition Cumpaign Which
Threat to Land Alderman's Scalp.
A. SMnuer said today that lie
gave out no o.r atulcmcnt.
had no Intention
Charles fhadwlck. mi retury f the Itepuhllcan ( n'y com
mittee ami unc ef I hi- leaders of ih l;,ilruht campaign, wild:
"If Skinner doesn't resign a a result of th(- t n I I ion passed
liiat night, we'll hold it ri al muss meeting at the opera house.
We'll niaki- him r.'Hinn I'll li.-t a hat hklntii r rrHiKim I afore
we're thrmiKll with him."
I'hmlwlt'k. hi. hai been liuli. .ii.-tl, H Mri'iinlully active Uc
l.ublkRii poliiirhin. Aid. r ma ii ikiniii r U a Ueinocrai.
ChadWiik and other ohltnlm HuhtM of the lloatrlaht adinlniH
trnllon at the imi-tmi; lnct nluht inxlnted that the Itif luetii-ea l.e-
iiiiki ine iniiiiankeii ' iu-ikliii.rho.., Improveinetit aamit latinn'
Mitlte "non -pnlitl.-al."
WORM II YOUR
MOUTH IS OF THE
GENUS BRAG YS
Tenacious Animal Which
Dangles from the Cotton
woods is a Coleopterous Leaf
Miner and Dislikes Smoke
.f tin i ... i j
I I i r aii'l i "i
l riimd The lirae
iimii.i 1 1 v attack oak am
iliimrllv liilurloiM to .
totiwood. Youm truly,
P. ii. t i:riTi:.i.i:.
"In chame timk erop and et .iT .1
I roil ml in.ei t tin i-yi m-at lotn."
From the uboie It l plain that all
i' hae to do In Ik it ilh.-r up all the
loltohw I leiM'. ..ie them i-an-'ut.
ly until iliv and then Imin tin n be
neath the hoNcft of tin worniK. It lp
a mill n In me and one likilv to hi
nlilelv adopted. It b ib been miBJi-!-i
'I that M i or It. hi t r ik hi all. y l n
inu citnipaiKn mluht aid In the .miiV
(aiun aualmit the worm; for. al
though he ilrpart mi nl experi .In. s
not iav hi., Il Ih priHUinrd the mnnk.'
from Iniriiiiu ru. old ulim k and wi t
WHHte pii per would be unite at iffirt-
A you walk latieath the bran. -Ilea "' '"at from e..t i..n ....I haic-i
1 ni irain i-oimm ico in in. an. vp
rnlklll oe plied bfliealh the lottoti
wniiiH, fire. I and pet nuilt-.l to miiuhp
Indefinilelv. nr until tin- w.rmv p r
lod U pant. It h.iH li.-l'll HHuut--ae.l
nl.o that Iheri- ar ertain liiamln of
rlffaiB, whlih lr miimIi".! itf.roi.lv
enough beneath the r.h.lde of the ol
toiwood. miKhl prove elfi-.lm
aiiHlllHt lite Mnllll. A Mtnoker'n htu-
li may lie in .inled.
fi'un. IIiiiiiii J. A. Kkinner, of the
ei.tnl ward, Mho recently denounced
Mayor lloatt.nhi i'.ir alteinptinx to
preM-nl the majority in tint city coun
cil from tarn I an out itj policies, w.i4
hitnmdf altiiiieu at a ;itictiini of i-it-Ueiin
In lliu aei ond ward achuol laul
nlkht for not u.p.u mm the mayor In
hi poln -if a. Mr. tk inner a
harmed with lireuklim hia alilr-i lee
lion pledke of two yean utsu and de
nounced for not upmiiiik the mayor
in Ina effort to have a redllulit or
iliualice pattned, anil a renolullnii wua
panned eullliiK on the uldernian to re
man. The revolution la a follow:
"Iteaolxtd, That we, the rillu-na
and n;.r ot the ml ward of the
city ii f Alhuiueriue. without rruard
t parly. In :na meetlni; inueiiibU d.
dtappror and din. mine the conduct
council, Alderman J. A. Skinner.
",t a undid. He fur that olflce lie
Koln-'ted and received our vote on a
I I. 'live that the nrdlna-p ea aualnal
vice would not be revoked or clunk, u
ill leu flrat nubinitieil to a vole of the
'TU-cteil on that Idedae, he hi"
luce coin inu.iii-ly iloluted it lit both
'Iter and rptrit. He haa rcKularl
-ill it 1 himself and voted with the
f ! mU nf protected vice on the coun
cil and iinHiHted I hen m ,-epeal nil ex-
l-ll-ljl iT'iluance aitaiiiKt It and lo
bl.nk every tffurt to Hb.ili.iii nr rc
Rllain il He has ilolated the cotifi
deiiee and forfelled the truat rcimned
in In in i Ibc clticetm of tblH ward,
and ahoiild no lonker aHHiime to ipeak
"Therefore, lie it further revolved,
That Alderman Hkinuer ahould le-
mi bin office an that the. voter ot
Una ward may be permitted in el
pro. at the poll their preierence on
the iiietloa i.f clvi.- dii-eiuy when
thi y eh.iiiae hi Riicceiiaor."
Clyde Tlnxiey and fomef Council
man 'harv Con in V were appointed
a .I'mmittee In wait on Mr. Halnner
I... ii. v and lay the demand for hi
rcMHtiution iH-fori. him.
The meetlmt wan attended by cot
Inderal ly more than Hill men and
Merul women. Harold I'lerce, the
.ban man, aald hi- counted 13k In at
The mt-etliiK waa atrnnaly prn-
ItnuirlKhl. and the anie element
that conducted the fmbt auumat the
I icmncrallc ticket ut the recent tit
i lei II. m, u mixture of Uepuhllcun
ADLER'S ARTISTIC TRIUMPH
By Burnham rbillipt.
- - - U
Mr. Jaob Aaiar la Scmm (ra -MICHAEL STROCOFr
There it a (trim reality in Jacob Ad.
Ier' production ot "Michael SlroK
otr which i not iliakcn ot at the
Utt reel it finulied, but remain fixed
in one memory long alter we've
turned the latchkey and blown out
We need not depend upon the arlort
to picture to ut the reality of the
treatment of the Jew in Kuxia. All
we have to do it watch the horror de
parted on the facet of the audience
aod we will undrrttand. There it
aomething in the fare of each which
conviucea ui that the ftory, at un
reeled on the ccreen. it but on of the
many trairediet which the Jew ha
been compelled to eiixcy for the bene
fit of the Cotaack, the Secret Police
tod the Ctar.
It wm all interettinst. from the mo
ment btroKotf met Nxlia Fedcrova,
the beautiful jroutic girl, who was go
inf to Join her lather, who wat po
litital exila at lrkuttk which wat
played with true simplicity by that
chaminf actrett, Ornii liawlry),
until, when, at the close of the huh
reel, the dsuntlrta courier to the Cxir
was rewarded by the Cross of St.
Ccorge,- -decoration fiom his Em-
An Adler prndurtmn it not coin
plrte without thrillinu dratiistic titua
t ions and climaxes, and in "Michael
Strognft" he has aiv,'n all that the
innl rotuantie heart could detire. It
is not overdrawn, but it a picture of
i ne of the many rpitialet in the life
of the average subject of the Lxar
Due of the inott striking scenes In
the play it the burning of the oil-
coveted river, which it one of those
perfect bits of stage-craft which cause
us to grip the arms oi our seats and
I understand that this it Mr. Ad
ler'a initial bow to Srreendom. and if
he continues to uphold the standard
he lies set in this production for per
feet portrayal of thnt country of which
the averaiie American hat tuch a dis
torted knowledge, we will await with
interest hit next tilrnt bow to the
Invert of the screen.
I he piece, which is In nve parte, i
the first big feature of vthe f'oputar
1'layt and flayers, and they deserve
commendation for the excellent pro
duction they have moulded out of the
theme. Though infantile in age, they
nave shown us they have stall of
producers who art proficient in the
big effects, and we hope to be at pleas.
nnynupti'fj n t&arrext yff-
H. H. l.lihB.iw fired the openink
shot for thP adminlntiHtl.ni. He aaid
the newspapers were rendering ef
lorta at reform futile by rldi. ulliiR
I hi) mayor. All over the tiitc. he
aaid. people hud noted that the may
or wna heliiB treated a a Joke, and
Mr. l.lthgnw aaid the people would
have to Ret a'.ter the paper and
make them chanae front if It wi
hoped to accompliHh anythins. I're-
Sure, Mr. I.linaow sain, muni nv
brought on the paper.
Mr. Wuod waa bitter nualnat the
ncwspappY. H'db, paper, he ald,
were Uolns; all in their power to dla-
credtt the mayor anil iiia'-reuii inc.
vole of I lie second warder at thel"r
lust election by sneering at the mayor
and hla efforts to carry out "rwl his
wlshe. but your wishes."
"The Herald. " said Mr. Wood, "ha
some possible ex. Use ir iainx
stand In opposition, hut a fur the
other people, you know the:n."
He paused and Rot the expected
You ha two newpupcr. neither
of which tell the truth a. mat the city
government. The newspaper are
trying to upet the will you expressed
at the last election."
Mr. Wood then turned hi atten
tion to Mr. Skinner. Councilman
(tihoi. elected hy the warH at the
last election, wa all right. Mr. Wood
aaid, but Mr. Hklnner had disregard
eTt hla ante-election plcdxe and by hi
vote in secret session had helped re
open the redllght district. B-,,r (,un
ell men 1 1 imt and Crunstcld, elected
on platforms opposed to the reform
pri'Siam, there wa some excuse for
going counter to the mayor, but for
Mr. Kk inner there waa none.
Skinner violated his pledge." said
Mr. Wood: "Skinner tided to table
thu redlikht ordinance, leaving nolh
mil on the aook .naklnk' prostitution
unlawful. He should reslun, and let
you vote a successor. This I nt n
political question there Is no pol
111. a In It. Iion't he deci lfd by lies
that have appeared aid will appear
In the punlle press."
Itev. Mr. William spoke in sim
ilar strain on Urn redllght laaue. He
reviewed council dealing with the
lUeallon, and Insisted that the may
or s redllght ordinance waa lieenea to
attaea the aucial evil n prninind In
thu platform. He didn't think Mr
.'klnner started uut In he a tool ol
I he special Interest of the fourth
ward, hut that, likH aomv other who
had gone Into piilltti-a, hla backbone
had become a string, and his resigna
tion was in order.
Complaint that the reformers had
no orsan led lu iiim suggesuon tnai
the lioor-Knobber be enlarged or
that u monthly paper be Issued.
Hub. criptlnn weru culled for and
a list waa started.
Hev. C. it. Hickman warned the
reform element that thiy could ex
pect nu help from the local Dews
papers. Thu Journal had been here
a lung time, lie aalil, anil every noiiy
knew what In expuct nl It, and 'rum
What ho had leal lied of ihw newapap
er iut of tha new owner of The
Herald Mr. betaji.ni fuit sum the re
formers needn't expect any cum fori
from their paper. Mr. Heck man made
some further wild siaiuiiienis wun
vgard lu Tha Herald.
Mr. Ik-.kinan said toduy that the
present niovemelil Was preliminary
to a pruuiblliun cumpaiuii, and lie
felt that it behooved Ilia associates
lo ai ei an organ, l'rohiiiliion might
nut ne thu Issue this fall, Mr. lleca-
man said, but It cellailily would
within two years.
Helur the resolution waa pussud
last lug hi for.ner Councilman I'hurles
Cuiiruy and Clydu TliiKey went to
Mr. ttklnnvr'a house to ask htm to
attend the meeting They reported
that Mr. Skinner was ill on their re
turn. Jeers greeted hu news, hut
they were quickly stilled when Mr.
tUxkmun said that Mr. hkinner was
in reality a alt k man, although he
hud known him to use his lllnewt as
convenience on a somewhat giinllai
Chairman Wilson, of the ltepubll
tan illy committee, waa one of those
who spoke on the resolution He
said In effect that tl trtiiitd plain
to hnn that Mr. Skinner ought to
turn right about and support the lt
publican platform or resign.
Louis Mi Ha wm called Upon sev
er u I times, but declined to speak. '
did AlcuMo Montoyo.
J. r.. Klder. Mrs. Harold fierce.
Mr. Itoddy and the chairman were
among those who spoke. Mayor
Hoatnght and Councilman titbsun
' present, but mil her spoke.
of the mighty . ottonwnod and brush
the dangling worm lrum before yoiit
eye or drag him forcefully from
i ur mouth, do no become profane;
liver on the w.-riii rather with respect
He Is a coleopterous leaf miner, of
the genua I'lia.h), utid he dislike
smoke, whl'h if supplied In him In
niiriclcni iUatitltes will cause him to
desert the cltotia I and take to
V.e hillb where the scrub oak grows.
This, In a general wuv. I the sub
Sialics of Informal ion conveyed by
the ilepal linent of acr .-u II n re al
Washington in p.irlie mukttiR In
quiry aa to the best mean If any
exterminating the animal which we
knnw locally a the rottnnwood
worm. The letter of the department
"United Stale neparlmeni nf Agri
culture, llureau nf KntomolnRv,
Washington H. C. July II. l.-H
liear Hlr Your letter of July 2 ml
dressed tn the hnni.iaal.. secretary nf
agriculture, unn-ilicr wi'h Bpeclmeiis
uniler separate cover, came duly lo
hand. The leave from your moun
tain eotlonwo.nl trees lire apparently
affeited hy a celcopterous leaf mln-
I elonglng to the yenus llra. hys 1
have never known of un it an intii's
proving seriously Inlurlou to a tree
of thi nntu:v. allhnuult It at times
berotne quite dlsimuriim I should
HiiggeBt the collection un.i nesiruciioi.
by hurnlng of th Injur, d leiivea lis
4 ilvertl semoit.)
Lincoln County Republican
Leader Announces for Baca
for Nomination for Congress
THE ECONOMIST IS It)
SERVE ICE CREAM FREE
ALL DAY NEXT MONDAY
The KiohohiIhI In.luv announce an
unusual feature for Monday of next
week. Ice cream iiutde bv the llilm
ehaw I'll. col, lie Shop Will he served
during morning and afli i n. mil hours
to nil who call ill the lanliomisl
store, whether Ihey lire purchasers
nr not. Arrangement have been
made to serve nn etmrnioiis crnvvd
and the bent quality of cr.am that
the new i ..life i ihiii.-ih can put nut
will be "rvcd
The l-aonomlst U also announcing
some remarka'de bnrualns for next
Mmidtiy Throiiwh n full pu"e nii
iioiiii' eineni ill the Herald tins alter
iiooti the Kciiiiorimd Invites the pul.
Iie to vImiI their store on Monday
and partake of tile free Ice cream
Follow inK Is a copy of n Idler addressed lo W. If. Andrews
by I lenient Itiuhtower, one of the veteran leaders of the ltepubll
can party In l.lnsoln county:
( I.KMIAT IIIOIITWF.It
I'liiied State Cominlsaloner
Ileal Ketate Surveying
llundo. New Mexico, 1
Hon W. II. Atnli.wH. July 1J, 11. ,
Allitnpp-rqiie. X M .
liear Mr Andrews:
Some time iik.i I iceived a letter from ynu soliciting my
support In your behalf hh a audid.ite for Itc piewc nlatlva In
emigres at thi coining ennvefiti.tn.
I am sorry that I eiiniiot comply with your wishe In thl
reepei t at this time. Thi I a position long and earnestly
desired bv the Mexican element of our citlxen. and I feel
thai II is due them to comply with their wishes. They hv
been the mainstay of the Itepubllciin purty In New Mexico
n. .undid. ilc lii the past ha been able to succeed without
their support, and none In the near future ran hope for suc
cess wiihout it - and f am disposed to help them attuln their
I'.lfinu llaca of Albuquerqiie will have my support In
the convention should I go a a delegate from this county,
nml if he secure the nomination ho will have mv hearly
support in the campalun .
I think ih.it It In pi iprr that you should know where I
aland In this matter, therefore I advise ynu. thnt no mlaun
dcsi ta tiding can arise.
Personally I ben to reassure you or my high appreciation.
(Signed) f'UKMKXT Hir.HTi IWF.H.
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