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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 23, 1911.
morning journal (Otftrlal wiM!ie at Mnto rlii.lird f h JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. n. a. liArpMicnuos rtfi'ii'M MMM K Mln Kilt r K. 1ANA JOHNSON 1. M. 8 HI iK.ttir V ...l' . a KATES Advartlaliia Manager VI eater Hrnatla, C. i. MlkH'll Maniattta UrtUalng, t bleat a, ill. rnxm Hi-toatatlTsi HAI I'H H. Ml I I WAN, U I'eras Huw, lurk. Kntrtl as a-'.rel-elaaa bi'IM st lh sj.iau.tf i.a i .'-.in-rnua, K al., uoilur a't 111 CwiifU of feareS t. 1171. TI1R MORVIXO JOIRAI, 11 Tlllt IfcAHIXU Ktl'l Hl.lt' fal l " ir MtW aOXItO, l miHIIMi 1HK Vtil turn or THIS KM'IF! II A .I I-akty All. TK1 TIMK. AM THK MKTI..III HI THK KM IUIIU.1 I ABTV VUIKN 1HEV AUK Ml". 111. Iartr rlrralatla tlina Mr pa par la New Mnlra. The aalr papar la Mailea Uaur4 eTrjr 07 la lb fi. Tr.Mi or hi bwkiitios. pally, by mail. m.min ..toe Daily, b, earriar. on moKtk "o Rxwt r.v :.' - ,'....-' "Th Mvnilnfl Janraal bu a hlahar rlr- Mla.lua ratlaa inaa . a . a-mm alhaf pap" la ow Mla," is Asaarl aaa Ka.ppw lilfaclorjr. V 1I.I WOltllK. The lain Noun Webster nl otln r gentlemen who have, comrlled ttie dictionaries now In general vogue did ' well enouah In their way; but no other theory save Ignorance nf New Mexico's fight for statehood can tie- count fnr the groaa paucity of adjec Uvea In nil the volume mailable. Th iipply l fur Inferior to the de mum!. To bp sure we have uhoc! a large and Vurled aaaortnient through thi Mitir of the present statehood rnnijinlgn and the drain on any im ply would ! heavy; but 11 Ima about i. uhed the limit. Look t It a nilnuto. H. II. Fcrgu mon of thla city. J. D. Ilntul, A. A. .tones iim) W. It. MfOII), professing to represent the sentiment of the demo cratic jmrty of New Melcn hnv nmil out flat-footed and braaenly In Rn ttcnipt to 1'HKVKNT HTATK HOOU. N'u mount of cxcum-, no 1miii explHntlon from drmoerut t home, no ipreloua protent from II. it. Krrgunwm about atililliiK by tn will of the mujorlty no pretenx from uny uimrlpr run k'oh ovr thl lnd(fniilb!!, unpatriotic, pURllInnlimiui, cotitemptlbln altempt to defeat the adnilwlon of New Mexi co. Tho people of New Mexico hitva hcn pnllent with H. H. Keruan. They tood for hli artUla brulned at tack on every move niado by the con stitutional ronventlon with forhenr uni'e and chitrlly. I'eople bore In mind the fiict that Keraimton luid In yearn paat done real ervtco to tho terri tory; they reooitiitr.0 now that every ' t"' Im to publti; apprccltUlon hax bei-n cancelled anil nulllfld by his work luring the pant week. Mr. l'YrgUHon liaa none on record a a foe to slate hood. He expri-Mly and plainly com mitted hlmaelf, after the reconlllijr oT tho 18,000 majority for Hie coiihUIii tlon B bowltiB to the will of tho peo ple. Ilo went out of hl way to com mit hlnmelf a acuulcacluK In the vote of tho people. On the heel" of that lie ha broken every prnruka and pledKc made afteh the election; lie hai thrown hl word to the wlndH and pltmired attain Into tba tlnlii AOAINHT Kl'ATEIU(iI. No proteHtH of hl lilsh motive tiro koIiik to avail Mr. KerKiiMiun Ihl time. The public patience bn fclven out nnd hei 'iiltcr the people of Ni'W Mexico will know where to find him aa well na J. I'. Hand. W. l!. Jicdtll and A. A. Jonea. In the bllndm" of their own effotlatn and with no Idea of New Mexico' future Have aa a place to play petty politic, theko men have ai-lxed on the moment when proapecU were moat favorable to mnke another fight to defeat the will of the I'lOril'l.M OF NEW MKXftt). The conatllutlon drawn. wa ratlfleil by one of the mot trcmeiiil oua majorltlea ever polled In New Mexico, Mr. FerttUHNon ailmltted to a representative nf this paper, afU r the atiitchoi.il election, that U wua evi dent that the people of New M'-xle" were wllllnu to aerept that i oiml'tli tton It ii would brlna; tbein atiitebuid. AVIth Milehnnd In alKht Mr. FeiKii aon, tl.i 'i bu m en fit to put hlmaelf and bin pulltlcal irheme! lnTeii l ie will nf the peopl f New Mi Xli o. TaklliK advatilHK of the recownlxed lad (but any bunch of knockers ran aue poKHlbly lutiil delay at a crucial moment. Mr. Kerxuanon him braxenly tmul u; In-fore the people of I tiln terrltnr un,l tella them that their (le- Irva liiimt be aicuiidury to the ilc- f lr. of himself, Mr. Jnnen, Mr Hand mid Mr. Mi (illl- -and the mnnll bunch uT mn-heailH tin y n priwiu. Their po.-ln .n U thai If we cull block etnte liooil. w),i' me the people Ruin to in about It '.' lio nan autborlAcil ihcue nu n to iKe. rlturgi of the dcstinim of N, All III n ," I'ertiimlv lint the people. " :.lf till' lf ope ,.pu,lnl,.,i Mr .'et'Ku" fOn and bis Id. .in at the poll hi a manner whi.li would mnke n inin nt b ietiUv w ithdraw hlmtn It fnun the public eve and et.iy iln-re. It In titer"ntlni to find them Ken tlemen In the lotup itn of H. K Nteh- Olaon, national min-rintenileiit i.f the Antl-Haloon lennoe, who brouaht be fore tha lioiim comtnittee of the hint COHHTc act of the m.iKt matli loua, l'llN .deepii .ihle mlK-.iit, iin nu ,v IfKrenated, lien whh'h were brandid by thouannila of the people ot thin territory In a tl-md of nmrii elate tTienta whh h faltlv 1. huted the ii Tit mlttee. Perhape Mr Nleholaon, when ' he preaentPd thle toetlnioiiy the frt time, believed wmie of It waa true now he knowa It nil a compila tion of apectaeular Ilea. Mr. Nichol son la not realdent of New Mixteo anil knows nothing about New ,iei. co; !) is another of the Holler-Than-Thou crowil, who would give con gress Instructions as to what the nnO.. 000 peopls of New Mexico i-hall do n! what they shall not do. ' Th dlaeruntlea demorrsta of tbiti errttory throw their lot nith the t foreign pedaim ot falarhooJa, ho stik to wreck the state of New Mexico on th- r-' k of their own puffed op roIC-lt. If Mali hood U iik.iIii poi-tpi'ln J b reiwm of tbla delay In the bouse lonirnltteo on tirritorlm, IT Ilea und peanut polities chii accomplleh the defeat of our admlfeioti, New Mexico knowg rnw where to pbiee the re MnuiHiblhty t the door of the demo cratic party. If the democratic party ue not aunctlon the work of these pnlrlots at VaehiiiK'toii, It had better Z on record quickly. If the demo cratic party of New M-'Icn places statehood above party advantage. It had b'tter make It" portion known at otice. If the democratic party of New Mexico rrcofmlxe II. H. Ferjiii anon aa Ita atandnrd bearer, well and good. Thu democratic patty In that ea, aland for want polltba t:atnxt alatehood for a Kat com monwealth; It Ktnnda for personal ad vantage agulimt tho development of a great fouthwrntcrn empire; It etnnda for machination, not progress; for contemptible political Juggling, for a' lf interest and not for the pub-' lie weal. For every month that the demoeatli! party aa repreacnted by Mr. Fergusson delaa th admission; nf New Mexico Into tho union it will lose thoiiHonds of lta voting strength In New Mexico. Such activity aa that of Mr. FergtiHoon reflects shame on the party and shame on the territory; to whose everlaatlng discredit be Hi aid, that traitors from homo huve al ways arrived at the crucial moment to block the wheels of statehood when everything was runnir.f, smoothly. A IH'KIH MATTKIl Kv.ry business man In Albuquerque who im Interested n tha health of his city should make It a point to attend tha meeting at the Central High school next Thursday evening at which further steps will be taken to rompleto tho organization of a local ant I-tuberculosis society. The largo attendance at the first meeting held during the past wee"k Indicates a fluttering Interest In the proposition, The Interest, however, should be wider and greater. The proposed organization Is one whos activities will benefit every man, woman and child in the city. The health of the city means tha prosper ity of tho rlty;more strict sanitary regulations against the Hpread of dls eaue will mean a corresponding bene fit to every man who has business in terests In Albuquerque. The pro posed society contemplates a cam paign of education. It proposes to swaken the people to the Importance of protecting themselves and their visitors against the scourge of Ameri ca at tho present day. The develop ment of New Mexico Into the nation's snnltnrlum brings corresponding re sponsibilities for the people of New Mexico, and the first thing necessary si to become familiar with the na ture of tho problem which is to be solved. If every Inhabitant has an Intelligent i'bia of what tuberculosis Is, an Intelligent "idea, of how it Is to bo solved, If every liihubhunthas in Intelligent Idea of how It Is communicated, and how to nvob1 such Infection, the: situation Is gren' ly simplified. .Health seekers S'e comlng to New Mexico in Increasing numbers; we must make prep.iraUin to let l hem get- the fullest benef I from the climate without endanger ing the heulth of our own people, It can be done effectively if certain Mniplo precautions are strictly ob served at all times. This society' has n field for tremendous usefulness lid It ought to have the fullest co-operation from every citizen. A Mi IV TIII'I 8TAKT. "Why," asked ti well known engi neer In Ihls city yesterdiiy, "tire peo ple going through her- tei lloswell and to Iteming to get n rhnn o Ir rigate by pumping T Why don't tliey slay In Albuquerque. Wo hnvo tho land and the water ami the pi'tup; crops are as sure nnd the expeiifce is less." W believe It's ull In the start. Bos well, with her nmgnlflcent Irrigation country Is attracting wide attention with pumping systems which It has been found will grently extend the ir rigable, area. Iteming hna already made a spectacular success of th? pumping plan and has advertised that success far nnd wide. And In no other section are ths money-maklit;,' opportunities open to the pump that rrc found right here In tle Klo (Irando valley. What we need is U beginning. Vhe machine will run' itself when once started. What we need to d la to make such an Initial success of the pue iiliig scheme that It will '.ttr.i.'t the attention of the west. To him that iiutb shall be given; every 'v that la pumped makes nnother well much more likely. The very name "1'ecoH valley," or "Mlmbrea valley" meiina success to the pruspi'i-tlco far mer or investor. Ho doesn't need to be shown. It la high time that Al buquerque tuakea things move so th.it Ventral ltlo Grande" will lie cquall synonymous with success. We are Just beginning to reallxe the possibilities. An enterprising farmer on the mesa has started to pump water 4,'itl teet to Irrigate hln on h. ii'il. ll he micccoiIh wc tdiould advert!?",, the flit; gel mole deep wells, mote shallow wells, more pumpa and engines. It's eusv after you h.ivn made a beginning; here, as was tho i use on the 1'ecos and the Mlmbrea It will take H tremendous effort to start the hall rolling; after that Its own momentum will lift the rest. Nothing succeeds like success. We note that the Presbyterians, In I'iiimIik : ecoliitloiis of confidence In H' v. S. S. WagiK -, tegtet ;hat "a pa per of the Htandiits of the Morning Join-mil thould give publicity to the report sent la by an officious lawyer 111 the i-Hse when the real fuels might eii-iih have bwn obtained." We would call the attention of the ministers to tin la. i that the facts as set forth III the UrM artlilc published In thin paper Milii-t.ilitiullv coincide with the fuels as set forth by the presblerv. The .Moitiiim .diurnal did not convict Mf. Wagiu-r of any wrung doing, but gave the news of the cue; and gave exactly the same publicity to the defense of Mr, Wagner. This paper tui a followed In tbla case Its usual policy of printing the news without fear or favor, and the "re grets of the presbtery are entirely uncoiled for. The only Inaccuracy In the first report that the minister was actually imprisoned, was at once cor rect! d when It waa discovered that bond had been furnished. Solos tha Second riddle FKItfll'SSON to the rescue we may be able to lose etatehood yet. VAUl is to have a concrete grand stand. In view of the actions of the average fan It looks as If they should be reinforced concrete, THF. FASHION notes say. "Waists are to button down the front thla sum mer." That, saya the thankful editor of the Tana Valley News, will give the men time to work in the garden and sit out on the front porch and rum inate on their blessings. THK WASM.NO.TON HERALD proposes a hospital for inebriates. Well, with congress In session there may be need for such an Institution. "TWENTY THOUSAND TrtOOrS," says an exchange, "have been sent to the border to settle a Mexican war In New York." We thought the seat of this war was In the Kl Paso newa- paper offices. l'ltOMBlTlON may prohibit, but you have to look a leedle out, as wit ness the recent raid on six canes of boose in Itoswell. WHKIIK, OH WHEItK now Is that raah scientist who proclaimed that women would be better off U they didn't wear hats? HO FA It Ol'lt streets an, paved chiefly with good Intentionf, AND LKT us lose no enthusiasm for good roads because aeroplanes won't need them. New Mexico has been waiting too long on aeroplanes. ONK THOUSAND seven hundred and seventy-live nien huve been in dicted In Adams county, Ohio, for selling votes, and nobody seems as yet to' have been able to find out who bought them, THE PUMP HA3 arrived to remain, and the man with the hoe must also be the man with the monkey wrench, DON'T FOflGKT that it Is still Clean-Up Day. 11 EM BRANDT was unfortunate in not being able to hold on for the big rise In the prices of some of his pic tures. THE CORONATION receipts will prova that although royalty com mands a hUh stUary It la , a great drawing card, , IT MIGHT I!K A WISE Idea to meet nome of the returning New Mex ico knockers at tho Jtaton pass and tell them that we are not at home. THE DEMOCRATIC sore heads form it good barometer. When they are do ing nothing you may guess that statehood is Hlumhcrlug; when they arc out with the hummer you rjiay be iiHHiired that chances for udmlKHlon are Improving. W'AH THIS CONSTITUTION made for H. H. Fcrgusson or for the people of New Mexico? WE CAN MAKE friends at Wash ington when wo put the lid- on our enemies at home, THE REV. 8. E. NICHOLSON, for sootu, has again appeared with his grip suck full of Ilea. WHERE, UY THE WAY, is Uncle Henry Itlalr and the rest of the anvil chorus? PARAGRAPHS WITH POINTS. Duty unadorned Is not a thing of beauty. It's too bad that your streak of yel low isn't gold. A man may wear pumps wlthottl being on the water wagon. A woman Isn't necessarily shiftless because she rung to waist. The man who tries to "do" you and falls may do the next best thing. Soma men are like some dogs; they don't howl at night so that others can't sleep. Most pleasures have their draw hocks, and moat promises have strings tied to them. Blessed la the woman who la aa aat lafactory as a mother-in-law as she Is as a mother. Occasionally a man kills two birds with one stone by marrying a widow with a ready-made family. When fishing isn't good the weather is likely to be bad which may ex plain why some men are never seen nt church. If a girl has money she mny be slender and graceful, but If she hasn't. people are apt to say she is built like a clothespin. Pelf-ilenlal as practiced by some peopll( means that they deny them selves nothing. When It comes to telling fortunes the bank teller leaves the fortune toll er at the post. A woman can't resist buying a 10 cent pan marked down to 9 cents, even If her kitchen Is full of them. Chica go News, In cases of rheumatism relief from pain makes sleep and rest possible. Thla may be obtained by applying Chamberlain's Unlmeht. For ea!a by ail dealers. m nnnii u mm .J Ul Ull A.H. HARLLEE Committee of Judicial District Eulogize Late Leader of New;! Mexico Bar Who Recently Passed Away. Special Correspondraes Is Morning Journal 1 Silver City, N. M., April 'll. Fol lowing la the report of the commit tee In the Seventh Judicial district court on the death of Arthur H. Hurl lee, esq.: To the Hon. Alerritt C. Mechem, Judge of the Seventh Judicial Dis trict Court of New Mexico: Your committee upon the death of Arthur H. Hurllee, esq., beg leave to report: Mr. Hurllee wua a native of Sum ter, S. C. He came to Silver City, a young man, In the fall of 188a, und was admitted to the bar In thut year, lit the December term of tho district court for Grant county. He resided and practiced law at Silver City from his admission to the bar until his death, which occurred In Silver City on the morning of March iHth, 1911. Mr. Harllee brought to the prac tice of his profession broad and pro found legal learning, a calm and dis criminating Judgment, and an untir ing Industry, which has seldom been equalled and never excelled among his professional brethren. lloth In and out of his profession, he was a scholar; a great lover and accumu lator of books and possessed a fine literary taste, In mind nnd tempera ment he was essentially Judicial; he had none of that extreme partisan ship and one sldedness of view which often characterises tho successful ad vocate. 11a was not eloquent und he never attempted to use uny of the arts of oratory. In speech lie was deliberate, often hesitating; yet on occasion he could present a matter, Whether to Judge, Jury or public aud ience with an lmpresstvenebs, a breadth of view, and fairness of statement which proclaimed the cure ful study and logical thinker. Such a man doeB not meet with sudden success In the legal profes sion. Hut his advance, If slow, is cer tain. In the earlier years of his pro fessional career Mr. iHarllee was ap pointed master of chancery in many importunt cases, where his eminent fairness, learning and Industry were displayed; his findings, whether of law or of fact, were rarely, if ever, set aside and he demonstrated the usefulness and Importance of that decried office. During the last (lecailn of his life Mr. Harllee enjoyed a largo and luc rative practice. In his own district he was facile prlnceps, and he was universally recognized as one of the leaders of the Now Mexico bar. He was a member of the consti tutional convention In 1910, and dis charged his duties in that position with the learning, candor nnd enrc fulness, which ever characterized him. In the death of Arthur H. Harllee the legal fraternity luis loBt a meat estimable member aiid New Mexico a-vnlued citizen, . . We recommend the adoption of the foregoing, und that the same be spread upon the records of the court JAMES O. FITCH. H. M. DOUGHERTY, W. E. KBLLEY. ; Committee. Sixty-Five Blocks of Streets Graded; Sanitary Condition Splendid; Thousands of Trees Set Out. (Special CorreaiMindrnra to Morning Journal Carlsbad, N. M., April 22. The city administration elected a year ago is still on the Job, Extensive im provements are being made this spring. Annul sixty-rive blocks will be graded by the end of the month, fifty blocks being already completed This district has been made a sprink ling district and regular sprinkling of tne streets will begin Mny 1st. In nil dltion the town has had a general cleaning up. Practically every place has connected with the sewer, after much urging by the authorities. The condition of Carlsbad has never been so good in tho history of the town. '. H. Mclennthen. the mayor, tr about early und late, directing the improvements under way. It Is a matter of pride with tho mayor to mako the town sanitary and beautl fill. R. M. Thome, the street com mlssloner, has given much time to the street work now nearlne comnlc tion. They have had the backing of the entire hoard; Judge C. It. Price, 0. M. Cooke, and W. S. Jolley. Mayor McLenuthen- and 1. S. Os borne huve put the city pnrk In Bhape. Two months ago It looked worse than tho city dump. It Is now graded and set out to trees of many kinds. The trees are coming nnd be fore inns tlie city park will be the pride of the t.-wn. V. tl. Tracy has set out trees along the streets In North Carlsbad and otherwise improved this part of thu town. Major K. P. Hu.tao and others have set out about 6,000 trees along tho banks of tho Pecos river. The Cemetery association has had the cemetery erndcil and set out a large number of trees. The Santa Fe rail way Is fixing1 up the grounds around the depot, building concrete Walks nnd slicking tip the park north of the depot The roads Into town are being graded and bridges put in Root! order. Concrete bridges are being built whenever a new bridge, Is need ed On the whole CarlsbAd has never had the overhauling that It is under going this year, public spirited rltl xons are at the helm nnd take pride In the clean well kept municipality. Attention Flks. All members of Albuquerque lodge No. 461, it, i. o. E nr urgently re quested to be present at the lodge rooms at 1:30 p. m., Sunday, April 23rd, to attend the funeral services of our deceased brother, Thomas S. Hubbell. ROY A. STAMM. Exalted lluler. orrni HTini ilLUULUIIUI CARLSBAD BEING overhauled w.Hii.fkiaiSM i 1 Albuquerque Mining, Milling and Power Machinery. wen supplies Plix-, Casing: and Fittings Iron, Brass, Bronze and Aluminum Castings Water, Hoz and Chicken Troughs, l'cM Boxes, Manger, Stall Guards, Hay Bucks. Sasli Wrights, (irate Bars LET I S 1 IC.CRE OX YOUB PKOIOSITIOX. WORKS AND OFFICES, f 11" Humphreys Seventy-Seven Breaks up Colds and Pocket Edition Free. You have used "Seventy-seven" with success, now send for a free copy of Dr. Humphrey's Manual of Speci fic Homeopathy. Giving concise di rections for the cure of the sick und the treatment of all diseases, more es pecially of women and children, with Humphreys' Specifics 144 page book, that fits your vest pocket mailed free. Humphreys' Honied Medicine Co., Cor. William and Ann streets, New York. Mounted Policeman Sena Here En Route to Mora County With Extradited. Prisoner!. V S, Montoya, ' 1 Mounted Policeman A. A. Sena of j Las Vegas, who was one of the offi cers chiefly Instrumental In unravel ing tho kidnaping mystery at the Meadow CJty, was here yesterday en route from Kl Paso to Mora, Mora county with V. S. Montoya, churged with forgery. Sena secured his man with extradi tion papers and left Inst night with Montoya. for Mora, where the pris oner will have a hearing Monday. Hoy Scouts. The boy scouts will assemble nt the Elk's opera house this afternoon at 2 p. m. in uniform, to attend the fu neral of T. S. Hubbell. J. Uorra- rinllo, scout mnster. . "Our baby cries for Chamberlain's Cough Remedy," writes Mrs. T. B. Kendrlck, Rasaca, Ga. "It Is the best cough remedy on the market for coughs, coldg and croup." For sale by all dealers. . . 12,000 pound shipment of sample furniture, special low prices all " this week. Crown Furniture Co., 114 W. Gold. Journal Want Ads Get Results How Old People May Prolong Their Lives At advanced age the organs act more slowly than in youth. Circu lation becomes poor, blood thin and watery, appetite fitful, and diges tion weak. This condition leaves the system open to disease such as Coughs, Colds, Grippe, Pneumo nia, Rheumatism, etc. VINOL is the greatest health creator and body builder we know of for old iHiople, as it supplies the very cleinnUs needed to re build wasting tissue and replace weakness with strength. I! EKE IS THK rilOOF A eaae Is reeori1t.il In Albany, N. T nf a wiminn who tell the waa breaklng lown by nge ami ilmimeil to tha weak anil feeble imitlllioii of nlil people. Sin- had no strength and the alt(lilrat ex ertion llieil her, but V lol. mnile tier well and strong, and she alalea Hint aha freta ten yeiira niigtr than she it III be lore taking VINOL, We ask every aged person in this neighborhood to try a bottle of VINOL with the understanding that we will return their money if it docs not prove beneficial. rfKtLLULS TO I" ONE DAY cinrci-s lla, riy wl'cn I llvit rurinw nnr.r. aVT 13 yf.rj la toa Angrlc. C n icliatlun frso. tit. Hicauk, iV Sr)nri Sliig,, S. W. cor. 3ml and Spilnr. MoiutoSuu tfiyi IV to U RANGER CAPTURES ALLEGED FORGER r i Foundry and tviacnine wor Rvcivrmn tvit VDI'ltS. MACHINISTS. Special Attention (iiv'n to Repair Work of nil r? 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