Monday, Oi-tobr S, 1005.
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL.
r um nvi;
TWO ACTOS NOW
PENDING FOR THE
HELP OF IIUBBELL
Childers Seeks Writ of Pro
hibition Before Judge Man.
MOVE WAS MADE BEFORE THE
COMMITTMENT FOR CONTEMPT
The counsel for Tom S. Ilubboll,
now In the Ilcrnalllln rounty Jail for
contempt of court, and who will be
( taken before JuiIko. Mills in IUton to
morrow on a writ of habeas corpus,
liave not been idle iluiiiiK the . past
week. In fact, they seem lo have
been very busy, and their activity has
by no means been confined to Albu
querque. In mldiilon to the action be
fore Judge Mills, which was Institut
ed by R. W. Dobson Friday, a previ
ous action had been instituted before
Judge Mann of the Sixth Judicial dis
trict, by W. li. Childers. chief counsel
for Uubbell. '
This action had not been generally
known In Albiutueniue, an the absence
of Mr. Childers bad been Reputed to
be on business before the Third dis
trict court at Las Cruces. It now .be
comes known, however, that Mr.
Childers did not stop at Las Cruces
for long, but that he hurried on to
A'lamogordo. where Judge Mann w.i
holding court, immediately after
Judge Abbott's decision was announc
ed, recognizing Armijo as FheiilT. and
there demanded. a writ of prohibition
against Judge Abbott, upon the ground
of lack of Jurisdiction-.
The petition for a writ of prohibi
tion Is unusual and has been rare in
the history of the courts of New Mex
ico. It la simply a demand that one
Judge deny the" right nf another of
equal rank, to take certain judicial ac
tion. In this case of the petition wns
foT a writ to restrain Judge Abbott
from recognizing the commission of
the governor to Armijo, as prima fa
cie evidence of bis right lo the office
pending Ihe decision of the case upon
its merits, and the ruling of a higher
court upon the right of the governor
to remove. It Is worthy of note that
Judge Mann, although the case was
heard on Thursday, has not yet given
Miibbcll (iocs to liatón Tonight.
Hubbell will be taken to Tía Ion to
night by Sheriff Armijo and will be ac
companied by Mr. Childers, who will
make the Vrgumeiit before Judge
Mills for the writ of habeas corpus.
The writ is returnable Tuesday morn
ing, and tho outcome of the case will
be awaiteil with considerable interest,
rot only here, but throughout New
Hubbell passed a quiet and peace
ful Sunday in his room In the county
Jill. A number of friends called on
him and mmy more exchanged greet-!
lugs from the street outádí; the jail
fence. The prisoner, although he has
been In Jail now for three days, seems
to be In his usual he:WUi ami BPirits.
It is probable that he will welcome
the Change of scene and the trip to
The regular grind of the I'.ern.ilino
district court will be resumed
BIG LIVE' STOCK
Plan to Merge National and
WILLIAMS IS PRODO
OF "LITTLE, SUPAI"
HOItSK WON I VKKYTHIXfi AT
tiii; TFismroitiu i aik hack
The Williams News says: "Little
Supai." tho goddess of Night, or as the
Albuquerque Journal calls her, the
"Daughter of the Midnight Sun." the
beautiful black, more belonging to Mr.
Andrew Miller, arrived from the Al
buquerque fair last Monday night In
charge of Jame Wade, her trainer,
after a very successful meet at that
While there this racy piece of horse,
flesh started In six events. She won
tour Htrnlfc'ht, then a second, and on
Kridjy she came In first again, man
liiíí her five firsts and one second. Not
a bfld showing for Williams. Arizona,
li it? During the rices she mot nnl
defeated the crack New Mexico "quar
ter horse." McKinley. This Is the
horse that defeated her once, yet In
her defeat she lost no laurels, for she
went to the post In me and her rider
wa off. S"ho received t-heer after
cheer for her wonderful nerve and ef
fort to overcome her lost ground, and
had she had one or two more Jumps
to go would have won the race.
Í14 Kmth Second Rtwt,
F. O. Pratt A Co.. Grocer!.
For picture framing go to Newcom
er's, next door to postoffice.
AIM IS TO F02CE RECIPROCITY
FOR AMERICAN MEAT PRODUCTS
Should the stockmen of the west
carry out their plan of action Initiated
recently at the big conference In Chi
cago, and they nave every assurance
that it will go through, there will be
reciprocity treaties between this gov
ernment and Germany, ifungary.
France and Austria, w hereby American
grown meats can be exported to then
countries without duty, says the Den
ver Aews. And this will mean $100.
000,000 a year In the rockets of th
stockgrowers in hls country, accord
ing to careful estimates made by ex
pert cattle raisers.
One of the tirst .moves in the plan
will be a conference between the ex
eiutive committee of the National
Live Stock association and the Amer
ican Stockgrowers' organisation in
Denver next month to try imd bring
about a consolidation of the two bod
ies. Itoth have the fame policy with
reference to removing thy tariff wall
to be put up by Germany and the oth
er countries named, and they have the
same end to accomplish. This conf et
erice was called for k (vtolier 13. How
ever, on account of the inability of
some of the conferees to be In Den
ver at that time, a postponement may
be made until October 20th.
The national live stock association
split at the last national convention
held in Denver over the question nt
taking In the packers,, and because,
too, tho association leaned too much
toward tho railroads, which Ihe stock
men were fighting. It iU understood
that both sides will now make conces
sions In order to get together again
and push the big pol y that has been
mapped out for submission to con
gress for favorable action. Muruo
MacKenzie of Trinidad, i.s president of
the American Stockgrowers' associa
tion, and K. J. Ilageiii'mrth of the Na
tional Live Stock association. The
latter passed through Denver yester
day and declared that there was a dis
position on the part of both organi
zations to get together again. He will
be here nt the conference.
T'ndcr the Dingley bill, as it now
stands, there Is a clause which re
quires a two-thirds vote of congres
to ratify a treaty with a foreign coun
try. The last senate opjiosed treaties
which the president submitted for rat
Ideation. The stockmen have rlmlieu
nut a plan by which this two-thirds
vote on such questions may be obviat
ed and by which the president may be
empowered to make treaties of reci
procity himself. Anil the stockmen
are making a strong campaign, partic
ularly in the west, to bring about Ihin
They propose to have Introduces
into the next congress, a Joint resolu
tion that will -be amendatory to On
Dingley bill clause which, now stamv
In the way of reciprocity as the presi
dent construes It. It will seek to give
the president the power to make the
treaties himself. A majority of con
gress can pass such a resolution. Once
passed the chief executive of the na
tion can go ahead and filter Into reci
procity agreements wnli the foreign
governments In question.
After March !. Ormnny. Hungary
and Austria will erect a prohibitory
tariff against American meats. Mens
ures already enacted become operative
there after that. date. rules reciproc.
Ity treaties have been made between
this and those governments before
that date all American meats will he
absolutely shut out from those coun
tries, entailing a loss of export busi
ness on American beef alone of $100.
000,00 a year. The president is
favorable to the policy of the stock
men. By means of a quiet yet active
campaign, both east and wet, among
congressmen, the stockmen declare
that they will have a majority of the
national congress to vote for the ion
You are cordially Invited to attend
our exhibit any day this week. Come
and have a cup of coffee and hot bis
cuit, if you intend to buy or not. Al
buquerque Hardware Co.
Professor T. K Krelm
Graduate of the Hoyal Conservatory
of Music, at Ilpzlg, Ciermany, teacher
of piano, voice, harmony, counterpoint
and composition, liesldence and stu
dio. No. 122 North Kdlth St. o2
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office of undersigned between first aW
fifth of month.
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We will send Free Advice (in plain,
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CAVE UP SUPPORTER
"I wore a supporter for years, for
my womb, which had crowded every
thing down before it, writes Mrs. S. J.
Chrisnian, of Mannsville, N. Y. "I suf
fered untold misery and could hardly
walk. After taking Cardul I gave up
my supporter and can now be on my
feet half a day at a time."
75heS out hbv extern Press
A Nolo or Kogrct.
I-) Vegas peopbi in particular and
tjie residents of" the territory In gen
eral regret very much that Col. It. K.
Twltchell has been unable to enjoy the
fruits of his long, energetic efforts for
Ihe success of the Northern New Mex
ico fair. That the fair was a success
financially and from every other view
point, was due In a very considerable
degree to the ublo and tireless efforts
of the president.
lli'iuly Willi ti llir Slick.
Now that nilson Wlllets. or Wilson
Giblets, or whatever his name, 1 has
been lambasted Into making an apol
ogy and has been forgiven, let us be
ready with our "big stick" to adminis
ter a Wholesome lesson to the next
bumptious tenderfoot. Socorro Chief
tain. The Kccnm! Largest State.
A statehood league Is to be formed
in Tin-son. A consensus of the opinions
of our leading citizens shows that a
large majority of them desire state
hood, singly li' possible, but If this is
Impossible, then Jointly with New
Mexico, lint there are a large number
who much prefer to have New Mexico
annexed lo Ariv.ona. They want a big
stale. They belong to the class of peo
ple who like great things. They wanl
a big stale with big resources bin
mines, big forests, big coal fields, big
ranges. ranches, big mountains, v
canyons --in fact, everything big. es
pecially big-hearted, big-brained men
and women, with the promise of a big
future for the second largest stale in
There is to be a statehood club or
ganiüed. It will be organized fur hus
iness, iiinl that business Is assisting to
build a sovereign state, a grand and
great state, n slate every Arizonlan
w ill be proud of, V state which Will
command the admiration of every
slate in Ihe union. The people of Ari
zona believe In grandeur, and they
want a grand state. Tucson Star.
A Hard Tight Aliciicl.
The movement and sentiment for
joint statehood seems lo be gaining
ground in Arizona as well as In New
Mexico, and from now on a campaign
of education in the matter will be con
Hon. W. Tt. Childers, of Albuquer
que, who is president of the New Mex
ico joint statehood league, was In A 1 i -inogoiilo
Thursday. He slated that n
prominent attorney of Arizona assured
him a day or so before that at least
two-thirds of the members of the Ari
zona bar were for Joint statehood
There are a few of the mining compa
nies over in Arizona ,who are against
th" proposition solely) on the supposi
tion that taxation will be Increased for
them. The principal railroad corpora
tions of both territories are not oppos
ed to joint statehood. There, as
N"w Mexico, the office holders are Ihe
principal ones against the Joint state
The advocates of admitting Arizona
ami New Mexico Into the union as one
st He, found their wishes on one tnain
proposition, ami that Is joint stalehooii
or none. The senate of Ihe I "nlteo
States Is perfectly willing to admit the
two territories on that plan while they
will not brook so much representation
In congress from the west.
There Is a hard fight ahead, m
doubt, for the office holding class ol
the two territories combined Is cer
talnly formidable, and for nine of
them It is self preservation and tht
people be damned." Otero County
Always Kqiml to the Occasion.
Hon. A. A. Kreemnn was the orator
at the meeting of the New Mexico liar
association In Albuquerque a few ev
enings ago. The address delivered by
Judge Freeman on that oeco.-lon was
in his'very best vein and Is worthy of
the careful and studied perusal of not
only the members of the bar. but also
of every other thoughtful citizen of
New Mexico. The speaker's remarks
concerning the defects of the terri
tory's judicial nystem were especially
apt and. it Is to be hoped, will have
not u little Influence toward inaugu
rating a movement for the remedying
of those defects. Much ts expected of
Judge Freeman on an occasion like
that referred to, ami the expectation D
always realized In full measure. So
How to Col Out.
Tho supreme court has begun the
good work of Instructing the Arizona
bar how to get into the supreme court
of a mandamus ' proceeding. It has
made a good start. Now If the court
will give Hie clients some points bow
to get out of court after their lawyers
get them in. both the bar ami the
people will be under obligations to the
supreme court. The supreme court has
begun a good work in the: matter ol
Improving the practice on the special
or summary proccc.' ings before the
highest Judicial tribunal oí tho terri
tory. --Arizona Star.
II Is siiiK there are two territorial
rangers doing duly a'ong Ihe line who
are a law noto themselves. Tiny run
OTi-r people rough shod. They arrest
citizens without warrant of law. They
ass. mil (tizeos under cover of their
semi-olTiclal title. They make arrests
oí the most llimsy showing, and fail
ing to hold their victims.' limy resort
to the remedy of charging their vl' tin
with rape or adultery, taking the
chances of rounding, up witnesses to
sustain their charge. This Is prelly
bard on citizens falling under the dis
like of these fellows. It is pretty hard
on the taxpayers of the county, who
hive lo foot the bills. It may yet
prove pretty hard for the fellows who
thus misuse their seml-offieia I title It
do that which tiny would not dare do
as citizens. The ranger organization
Is doing good work. Some of them,
however, are disgracing the service,
and may yet land themselves III the
pen. Tucson Star.
One for Kibbcy.
The rhoeiilx alfalfa editors who
have been trying tin case of the min
ing assessments made arbitrarily by
one of the territorial supreme court
ami we presume will now turn their
guns on the territorial supreme cuitit
and give the .subsidized" press a rest.
It seems that the mining county new-.--pupci'rture
not the only bar to thedkt.i.
loria I acts of the Would-l.le-I.ord-of
All-Creation Kibbcy. lllsbee Kcvlew.
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