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PAUL SIX. SATl'KDAV, JAM Altr II, t7, PRESIDENT LOST MUCH GROUND HAS SUPREME COURT SENATOR CLARK AND ITS NEW HAS MANSION ATTORNEYS RANCHMSE Say Those Who Oppose Him and Favor Senator For aker of Ohio. The Proceedings of Yesterday. Cases Under Advisement. Washington. Jan. 12. "Theodore llooM'Volt will never be Hhle to dic tate to the nt'Xt natiomil republican convention Itw choice of a presidential candidate." This declaration wan madr by a prominent republican sen ator, of prt'Ht intluence In the sen ate and high In the councils of his party. As the days k" by there becomeB more manifest a determination t wrest control of the nartv from th hands of the president and his sym pathizers and to vest It In that repub lican faction which has come to be )knon us untl-Uooscvelt. Without any election on his part, perhaps, the senator has become a central figure In the itntl-Koosevelt campaign, and his strength as a presidential possi bility la making substantial progress. The prediction Is made In shrewd po litical circles that when the national convention meets the race will be between Foraker and whatever can didate Is favored by the president. "The president." said the senator MUoted above, "has made a mistake In underestimating Senator Foraker's staying qualities and his capacity as n fighter. He will make the discov ery ere long that the Buckeye sena tor Is about the hardest nronosltlon he has ever stacked un aealnst. There Is nothing of the quitter in Foraker's make-up. He Is perhaps the most resourceful man in the sen ate. and now that he has been Ihnr oughly aroused by Koosevelt, he !s certain to give u Rood account of himself. "The president Is losing strength every day, for the reason that each day brings him twenty-four hours nearer to me time when he will quit the white house and be shorn of lower. The loss may be almost Im perceptible just now, like the length enlng of the dav since the son crossed the imaginary line on the a 1st of December last, but soon it will be apparent to the mun on the street. "One effect of the present sltua tion," the senator continued, "is that it Is rallying all the ele ments hostile to Hoosevelt around the standard of Ohio's senior senator. This in itself I bound to make him a nreaiilantlnl factor that will have to be reckoned with in the national convention next year. The man who goes Into the next presidential national convention backed by the elements antagonistic to President Roosevelt will, n my juugmer.t, come pretty near to cap turing the nomination. Will that man be Foraker? It certainly looks that wav now it one thing I am morally certain, and nui is mat me president will not be able to dictate who shall be the nominee of the republican national convention or 1908. Positive announcement, from what ha every appearance of being an authoritative source. Is made to the effect that Secretary of War Tart will shortly ascend iha mi court bench as the success of Chief justice duller. If this be true, it will leave the presidential flel.l nith out any candidate recognized as dis tinctly Kooseveltlan. The most promising possibility Is Charles B. Hughes, governor of Xew York. If ne markedly "makes good" during the next twelve months, a good many politicians believe he will be the Hoosevelt candidate. It Is admitted that Governor Hughes has none of the elements of personal magnetism so strong In the present occupant of the white house, but If he is "safe and sane," and yet vigorous In the prosecution of evil, he undoubtedly will make a strong appeal to tha country. The announcement by Postmaster General Cortelyou that he would re tire at once as chairman of the re publican national committee, and that Col. Harry New, the vice chair man, would succeed him as acting chairman until such time as the com mittee might make a selection, came as somewhat of a surprise to the politicians. As stated In this cor respondence several days ago, the rumor of Mr. Cortelyous retirement from the chairmanship had been re vived with a large show of author ity, but no one believed It would come at so early a day. As the com mittee is now constituted, Mr. Roose velt and Mr. Cortelyou undoubtedly will dictate the selection of the new chairman, but they will have a fight on their hands if the antl-Itoosevelt republicans think there is anv show of winning out. COWBOY JACK WRIGHT IT AT AxSAlliAXT IS f. O. tOSSIXS, WHOM WKK.IIT WAS Alt lUSTIN'U. fcj. f Wright, familiarly known to his friends as Jack, was shot Tues day evening about 7 o'clock by a party named C. O. Cosslns. Hays the Denting Graphic. The shooting took place while Wright was acting as deputy under his brother, City Marshal N. L. Wright. The ball that struck Wright Just missed his backbone and pene trated his right lung, passing entire ly through his body. The wounded man was removed to the office of Dr. S. D. Kwope and given prompt medi cal attention. While dangerously hurt, Wright Is not necessarily fa tally Injured. After the shooting Cosslns walked Into Smith's barber shop, here he told of the trouble and was arrested unci placed in Jail. The. shooting, as near as we can KleM was caused by Wright at tempting to place CoksIiis under arrest. The supreme court of New Mexico continued In regular session at 10 o'clock yesterday morning In the chambers at the capitol building. There were present: Chief Justice William J. Mills. Associate Justice John It. McKle. Associate Justice Frank W. Parker. Associate Justice William H. Pope. Associate Justice Kdward A. Mann and Associate Jus tice Ira A. Abbott. Jose I). Sena, clerk of the court, was at his post. Assistant I'nited Stales Attorney E. j. Medler was also present. The ter ritory was represented by Attorney Oenernl W. t Held, t nited Stat?s Marshal Creighton M. Foraker and Deputy I'ntted States Marshal II. F. Ilogh were In attendance. The following cases came up for considei Rtlon : ;"e. 1121. J. J. Hag 'i man Uoswell l-iiid i'nd Water Company, and Pecos Valley company, appellants, vs. Althu Meeks, ct al., appellees. Motion for rehearing denied, No. 11,11!. Sterns Kogern Manufac turing company, et al., appellees vs, Aztec Gold Mining and Milling com pany, et al., appellant. Submitted on briefs. No. 115. Mogollon Oold and Cop per company, plaintiff in error, vs, John E. Stout, defendant in error. Argued and submitted. No. 1161, John Jenkins, plaintiff in error, vs. Maxwell I-and Orant company, defendant In error. Judg ment of lower court nnrml upon m t'nii of defendant in error, olnintlff in error tiuvlni; lulled to pe-f vt rlt of error. At noon adjournment was taken until Monday nt 10 o'clock. The following attorneys were ad niltted to practice law in New Mexi co Wednesday afternoon upon exam ination, and they were sworn In when court reconvened yesterday: James A Hall, Poswell; Joh.i V. Ma;, ers, Santa Fe: Andrew S. .U- Cnath Silver City; Frank T. '.Tiip bill. Willarf It. C. Alford, Raton; It U. Hoon. Tucumcarl; Harvey Du Val, Santa Fe; H. P. Flint, Alamor,cr do; Jack S. Harris. Clayton; A. M. Edwards, Farnilngton. Temporary licenses to practice were extended to the following until the February session: W. (. Young, Portales; Thomas D. Penery, Alamogordo; Ed S. Glbbany, Uoswell; J. G. Osborne, Artesla; W. E. Golden, Clayton. George F. Brewlngton of Aztec was given extended time to appear to sign the roll and take the oath of office until the February session. Temporary licenses which had been granted to the following were order ed revoked for failure to appear or file petition for admission to the bar: Thomas J. Corkey, Gallup; A. w, Iludinot, Sliver City; C. E. Farming- ton. Folsom; R. C. Barnes, Raton; F. Jones, Raton; John A. Pace, Clayton: U. W. Palmer, Clayton; H. F. Walnutt. Wugon Mound; J. B. At kinson, Artesla; It. C Bowen, Ros- well; C. A. Carlin. Roswell; D. C. Griffith. Uoswell; E. D. Guffy. Ros well; A. C. Heckler Roswell; Charles Kyte, Portales; J. K. Little, Roswell; W. B. Bruck, Orogrande; Alexander Murray, Jr., Carrlzozo. Attorney George W. McCrary of Artesla. was admitted to the practice this morning on a certificate of prac tlce elsewhere. HOW SPADER WAS APPOINTEDGOMMISSIGNER OF SAXIM)VAIi COl'XTY, VICE PF.DUO CAKTILIX), 1K-CKAKKD. In its article uu the appointment of Charles F. Spader, of Bernalillo. county commissioner of Sandoval county, vice Pedro CaHtlllo, deceased, the New Mexican says: A delegation of citizens of Sando val county was In the city Thursday afternoon and called upon Governor Hagerman in relation to the appoint ment of a county commissioner fot Sandoval county to fill the vacancy caused by the recent death of Pedro Castillo, who at the time of his de mise held that office. The delega tion consisted of J. M. Sandoval, Fred J. Otero, Rcnicio Perea and C. F. Spader. W. S. Hopewell, general manager of the New Mexico Fuel & Iron company and president of the Albuquerque Eastern railway, the former having large coal interests In Sandoval county, was with the dele gation. It Is understood that C. F. Spader, of Bernalillo, the county seat, a member of the Bernalillo Mercantile company, was reconv mended for appointment ad county commissioner. The consultation last ed some time. It Is said that there was considerable strife over the ap pointment between what Is known as the Alejandro Sandoval faction and the J. M. Sundoval contingent of the republican party in the county, both sides striving to get one of its ad herents appointed. Friday after noon Governor Hagernian appointed C. F. Spader to be county commis sioner of Sandoval county, vice Cas tillo, deceased. In accordance wllh the recommendations of the delega tion which called upon lilm Thur day. Mr. Spader's commission wa sent him. After a heavy meal, take a couple of Dunn's Regulets, and give your stomach, liver and bowels the help they will need. Regulets bring easy, legular passages of the bowels. Bware of Ointments for Catarrh That Contain Mercury. as mercury will surely destroy the sense of smell and completely derange the whole system when entering It through the mucous surfaces. Uuch articles should never be used except on ores fruition from reputable physicians, ns lliu damage they will do Is ten fold to the koikI you can possibly derive from them. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured ly F. J. Chenney &. Co., contains no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting directly uwon the blood and mucous sur faces of th system. In buying Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the gen uine It Is taken Internally and made in Toledo, Ohio by V. i. Cueuey it Co Testimonials free. Hold by druggists. Price, 75c. per tat tle Take Hall's Family Pills for contlpa t'a. ... .UM41 Handsome Edifice In the Cen ter of Property Is Built of Chlslcd Stone. A Trinidad dllspatcli. dated Jan. Ill, has this to say about the Senator Clark ranch purchase In northern New Mexico, which has now been ...... . i ...i . I ' Ml I I I lllfll . I The Vermejo ranch, reported to; have been sold by William H. liart lelt, the Chicago millionaire, to Sen ator William A. Clark, of Montana, for $2,000,0(10, contains about 200. 000 acres and Is located forty-live miles west and southwest of Trlnl dud, on the New Mexico line. It Is by long odds the finest ranch In the entire west, having a house In Its center built of chiseled stone, which, In general appenrance and inside furnishings, rivals the mansions of Fifth avenue, New York, or of Mich igan boulevard, Chicago. The ranch, which more resembles a gigantic park than a mere breeding place for live stock, contains thou sands of blooded cattle and sheep. The land wus bought by Bartlett from one of the three Colorado own crs of the so-called Maxwell land grant, and under his watchful eye hns been continuously Improved and developed since Its acquirement in 1879 until now it stands -without a peer the country over. The original Maxwell land grant was made by the Mexican govern ment to two pioneers who promised in return to colonize this hiir tract which Is not fur south of the United Mutes border. In the year 1 846. After the war with Mexico In 1S4K nil im,i owned by prlvute Individuals in the immense area ceded to this country was allowed, by the terms of the treaty of Guadalotipe Hidalgo, to re main In the title of Its holders, and the Maxwell grant came under this general provision. The two men thnt first owned the tract of 2,000.- 000 acres beeume dissatisfied with the purchase. One partner paid the other $6,000 for his share, and in turn sold the whole tract to the father of the girl he married, whose name was Maxwell. Maxwell finally died, and the land wus brought up by three Coloradoans. who later fniled to pay taxes on it. after mortgaging ii ior a large sum and underwent loreciosure proceedings. It was about this time that llarllett got lu on the 200,000 acres, which are now said to be the properly of Senator Clark. COUNTY WILL SPEND $1.10 ON EACH KID 11F.KN AMI.IO COl'XTV HAS M,- 225.KO IX ITS SCrToOl, Fl l. A certificate of apportionment was issued by County Superintendent Stroup yesterday, showing the amount of money the various public schools of Bernalillo county will re ceive the quarter JuhI begun. The total amount in the fund Is IS. 225. SO, which, when distributed among the 7,478 children, will give $1.10 for the education or each. The statement issued from the su perintendent's office follows: I, Andrew B. Stroup, superintend ent of schools for said county, do hereby certify that I have duly ap portioned the school fund of said county on this 11th day of January, 1907. The amount of money subject to such apportionment Is $8,225.80. The total number of persons of school age Is 7,478. The rate per scholar is $1.10, which is apportion ed to the several school districts as below: No. ;!.. Dlst. Scholars. Amount. 1 314 $ 345.40 ' 6S 74.80 3 93 102.30 S6 94.60 418 459.80 6 121 13S. 10 7 77 84.70 8 80 88.00 173 190.30 1 58 63.80 11 173 190.30 13 1.222 1.344.10 12-26 3.488 3,836.80 1 5H 64 90 22 15! 174 90 23 82 90.20 28 132 145.20 3 34 37 40 3-r' 67 73.70 36 ii; 123.20 39 jo 33.00 1 2T. 27.50 51 56.10 5 54 69.40 1 117 128.70 48 107 117.70 f' 78 85.80 7.478 $8,225.80 A. U STROl'P. County Superintendent. A Jamaica liady Speaks Highly of Chamberlain's C'ougli Itemed)'. Mrs. Michael Hart, wife of the su perintendent of Cart Service at Kings ton, Jamaica, West Indies Island, says that she has for some years used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy for coughs, croup and whooping cough and has found It very beneficial. She has implicit confidence In it and would not be without a bottle of it In her home. Sold by all druggists. Give ua your ROUGH DRY work, Monday, and get it back Wednesday. Imperial Laundry Co. The Itlglil Name. Mr. August Sherpe, the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison, la., says: "Dr. King's New Life Pills are rightly named; they act more agreeably, do more good and make one feel better than any other laxa tive." Guaranteed to cure bilious ness and rouHtip-ition. 2Gc at all drug stores. o For any disease of the skin there Is nothing better than Chamberlain's Salve. It relieves the Itching and burning sensation Instantly and soon effects a cure. Sold by all druggists. r-womens Pains "I was a toial wreck," writes Mrs. Beulah Rowley, of Champoeg, Oregon, "from pains I had suffered, for 4 years, every month. Sometimes I would be unconscious for 12 hours at a stretch. I did not know that anything could stop the pain entirely, but Wine of Cardui did. I advise all women suffering with painful periods to use Car dui and be relieved." It does this by regulating the functions and toning up all the Internal female organs to health. It is a pure, specific, reliable, female remedy, with a record of 70 years of success. It has bene fited a million others. Why not you? Try it. FREE ADVICE Write u Inter ducrlbini alt vour symptoms, anj wt will fcrnj you I rre Advi-e. In plain uralevj nHui. AJJres: l.aJipV Advisory llrpjrtmrnt, 1 lie ChattjnuusJ MeJitineCu.. Chatta nooga, Tenn. Sold by Every Druggist in $1.00 Bottles. WINE OF i A Bit of Vaudeville By F. W. SCHAFER MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUE .... NEW MEXICO Capital and surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS5 I foel like I must jiggle. Vot makes you trip so Vot l.ss der ailing mlt "I ran hardly stand my feet on. Osgur (Jigs a few steps.) How do you like id?" Il-r-rottenness! You fall der singe all ofer. niurhness, Adolf?" "Dot lss der foil of my feet." "Yens, I see di-y wass vedded butl nod' mated, ileni ?" "Von of tny toes Ixs n light funlastig." "Took my advices." "Cnd vot iss he?" "Wont to der humesx store un baf ilem tit you mil toe weights." "Better I voult hnf my nails clinched. Observation me closeness vile I do a Highliint iling." (Dances.) "Veil, you dlt not fling dot von ferry far. Can you woltz?" "Sure. Like a ball of yarn." "Blease make me no notions 8tor"- For why like a yarn ball?" "Becoss It vlnds arount, arount, arount, arount." "Kf you hat der properly klnt of shoes, I shoult say you might make nie 11 clog dancing." "Dese are clog shoes." "Dey look like ash-burrel Oxfords." "Veil, dey are rings. I dropped lcni in der reservoyer votice, und di-y seemed to clog her vater subbly. " "Schottlsche me a few shots." "All rlghd. Get me some nmmu nootlon." "ITnd dot Iss?" "A can of foot powder, ha, ha, ha!" "Can you dlt a buck und vlnd dance?" "Nod so wellness. I dried to vlng dance Mime, bud I wass In such a Mutter my fedders .fell." "Vot iss your speckialty?" "Der East Indiana egg dance, bud I haf no eggs." "Oh. go ahead. Der gallery vill furnishing der eggs." "In dot case I refusal to berform mitould der aid of a net." "Try a fandango." "Ferry veil. Has der audience anyboty got a palm leaf fan? No'" , "Voult you oblitch mlt der lancers?" "Yess, bud falrst I haf to haf a boll. Howefer. gif me your faforite brand of nickel zigars und I vlll accommodation mlt a torch dance." "Blease. a quadrille." "All rlghd; In a minuet." !' "Vot iss der most sizzling dance you know of?" ' ' "Why, a red-hot polka." Ah. bud you can nod do der muscle dance." "Can'd I? Youst feel my biceps." "If der audience vlll kindly kip Id s feet anchored we vlll make dot new Zooza two-step in ragtime called 'Der Vu.sh Hag." " With Ampla Mean and Unsurpassed Facllltlaa. J t io5 X'mi WM Extendi to Depositor! Erery Proper Accommodation, and BoUcJU New Accounts Capital, $150,000.00. OKl'ICEUS AND DEIBCTORS Solomon Luna, President; W. S. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, u ast, Cashier; Wa Mcintosh, J. C. Bald ridge, Solo mon una, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Amot, O. E. Crouiwell, DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA? FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO orricct and DitMCTon JOSHUA S. RAYNOtiDS President M. W. FLOURNOY vice President FRANK McKEB Cashier R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier H. F. RAYNOLDS Director U. B. DEPOSITORY Authorised Capital $500,000.89 Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Proflta $250,000.00 Depository for Atchison, Topcka & Saats Fe Railway Company 4 INDIAN ADMITS HISTORIC MURDER CmJ iv I r r '- -v."i I Dutch Creek, Walker Ijike Ind. Hew., Nev . Jan. 11. An Interesting Indian tale has just been recalled in connection with this place, which, a month after the famous mad rush for gold at the opening of the res ervation, now finds Itself a booming mining town. The story pertains to the famous Old Dutchman mine, and an Inter esting feature is the fact that Kit Carson, th IMute Indian, who par ticipated lu the murder of the own er of the mine. Is still here today. It was he, indeed, who bared the facts. Kit Carson s now shriveled and bent with age, but as he rehearsed the story of the famous raid his dim eyes lighted' with the lire of war. In the tally 60's, when the com munity was turned over to the lr. dians by the United States govern ment, an aged German named Schmlt and his three nephews were living on the edge of a stream which, has since lx-.ii known aa Dutch creek. Sctinilt and his nephews amassed a fortune In gold duxt. When called upon by the govern ment and Indians to vacate, old man Schmit refused. and with his nephews made a formication of their cabin. Schniit's cabin was curiously lo cated. The open prairie was on three sides, while the fourth side butted up against a steep incline. It was down this that the Indians rolled stones and boulders in an ef fort to remove those holding the fort. The ussault was unsuccessful. After five Indians hud been kill ed, the IMutes stormed the formica tion, and very soon Schmit and his nepheus Were captives. It was ugre.d that If Schmit paid over $200 In gold dust his nephews would be liven their freedom. Schmit went to his store of gold to get the dust, und when the Indians saw his pile they shot him dead. "Me fire first shot," admitted Kit Carson the other day for the first time. "Yes. me kill him. Me kill lots then Me bi ry good Indian now, though. No more kill." STATE NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO CAPITAL $100,000.00 SURPl US AND PROFITS, ... 22,000.00 Interest Paid on Time Deposits Bafeiy Deposit boxes for Rent Drafts Issued on all parte .; j the Wor; j We Want Your Banking Business , DIRECTORS . O. N. Matron. Wm. Farr. J. B. Herndon. I. a. Dye. A. IClJZ wns- J- A. Weinman. F. H. strong. Jay A. HuT GROSS, KELLY &, CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC T "ntn xtm t ini n m . t 1 AoL.1 a H ED 1871. O L. H. 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