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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911
morning journal Official Kmmm tail JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. D. A. MACrilKRKGM JAMBA H. iii.Ki K .... K. Liana jwhnson I. II. 8 III'lutlT... Pmlilnt MlMflna Killlor ltd I tor Cur Kililor B. KATS.S aitv.rtult. Miiuf.r WMtafl Raiiraaanlaftaa, C. i. AMlKMrtON, Marqaalla uUUb, takaf. m. Ta.lrra Wf jrr(ilMa! MAU'H K. Ml I. MOAN, M aar hum, ,w Vara. Entar.d as aaflond-elaa. mU.r at tha Biamrrit l Aleuquorqua. N. M , SAdar Aol .J L'unftM ut Marca A, 117. TII1C MOUSING JOIRSAL IN TH IKAIilM. KKI'IIUIMV I'AI'KR ur KW iAII I), Htri'DKIIXi THIS I'KIN H'l.r.M OK Till: l!Kfl 111 l( AM VAH7V All. TIIK TIMK, AMI lilt METIIIllM lir TIIK HUM HI K A fAMTK MUM TtiEl A It lb mi, nr. Laraar elnalatlna thus ar thr aapae la haw Mr lira. 1 lia al sapar la aw Meitaa laaa4 ataff ar la th Ilia jaar. TERM OF 81 BN KIITION. Ily, br fnall. una monih llr, by carrlar, o. month ..Do , .too Tha Moraine Jouranl ha htshar lr ralatliia mint IhM la arrarrtad t.i an atbar papar la haw steilea." laa Aaaarl aaa aaatapr IMracUirjr. LBIUIKRUIB MCW MKXICO ItOV StOlTS i;it)V!X(J. Fevorul mora lioy omanls-atlon. ll Wlis announced, have been tunalKa tru tcJ with the Hoy Henut of Amer ica. Th members nf the National Scout ot Amorha, nf which William Verbeck, Adjutant-Oeneral of New York state, anil head of HI. John' school, I the leader, lmv liwn urged to Join the Hoy rlcoiit. Th member of tin- order of the American Hoy have been asked liy Its founder, Grif fith Omlt-n Kill" of In-troll, Mich., to become Hoy Heouts. Hlnra Jmne K. Went became exec utive secretary of tht national head iimirters of the Hoy Scouts of Amer ica, work has been vlnorously carried mi toward the unlfti-ntlon of the vari ous Hoy Hcout organisation In the country. Toward till end Krncst Thompson Melon, PnnlM Carter Heard and other lender In Hoy Hcout luilvitlcn have been workln scalous ly. The opinion In held firmly that greater good will bo nceomplliihed In tha trainliiK of the bodies, mind and character of the boy of America, by liavlnx these different movement a unit. Titus far the work has sone on smoothly. flencrul Verbeck established the National Hcout of America more than s year ago. He aimed to teach thn liny elf-nlliiiice, quick wit In any emergency, and unselfishness and patriotism, and In addition de velop their bodies. While he old not aim to make the organisation strictly military, ho arranged- that th boy should form companies, with a eup tiiln and llcuteniint, and that they ahould hnva ft meeting da o Which they could call a fort. CoinnanleH were formed throughout the country. Then General Verbci k hecame i member of the national council the Hoy (Scouti of America. Ho w the good that wu being done by iha biraer orgHnlKiillon and recently rtecliled It would be much wlner II i ho National Hcout of America unit til with the Hoy Hcout: of Ainerlcu. jui I" A for.; The Order of tho American was formed for "the cultivation ot.,ird cricket grounds, The reception manliness. In muscle, mind and rnorf.i, nled the son of the golden west al." Kills, the founder, aimed to promote mutual and healthful friend ship among the boys; to cultivate, physical, mental and moral courage, to Inculcate lesaoii of patriotism, to stimulate boy to worthy endeavor, to discourage- Idleness nnd encourage honest sport and honest work. Grif fith Ogdeii Kills, the urgiinUer, re eently wa clei ted n member of the National Council of the Hoy Scouts of America, and learning of the work which Krnest Thompson-Hi Ion, Dan iel Carter Heard and General Sir Itobert Haden-I'owcll have done for the boys, he fell that the boys In hit soc iety could be developed better by becoming Hoy Scouts, III AItING AIWUT IT. t'ven In Washington, T C where they make the laws and produce the onveltallon. they are healing ll lot about New Mexico's good road prog ress. The Washington Star In a re lent Ih-iic had the following editorial mention: "The west does not lag behind In anything; except, perhaps, moos grown buildings and Ivy-covered ruins. In the Important matter of good roads the west I wideawake. West ern newspapers have good roads In all their columns, and the good roads are not being constructed merely In the newspapers, but actually In the coun try. They are not simply to read about, but also to be traveled on. The west, liaWng a baiidoneil the cow pouv, the burro and the lumbering stage coach us Its thlel meaiiN of transit, und taken to the automobile, finds that It needs good roads. The auto U tile advance agi-m ul the good road, but lth value ot the good road to a't liciilluie and wagon tiallic Is now nnl-vetJ-aliy admitted. "A tboiihand-iiiiU- stretch of highway abo.g the backbone of continent Is beieg completed by building f a two-lnindri d nille from Albiniu. r'iie down thn Grande Valley to Hlnion. N , auto the tho link Itlo The Now Mexico good roads t onimlsslou, bucKed by ilm public sentiment of the counties d.lei lly benefited, 1 pushing thl piece of road work, which will put Into service a smooth and hard aiitomohlllng route reaching trom Cheyenne to Kl I'aso." When the Irish get mixed up In Mexico the Spanish language ptuyi queer pranks with their name. The Irrepressible. Kedxle of the l.ordsbnrg Liberal aavs: "One of the federal peace commlsiloiicrs wboe name has ireiiueiilly nppinred In tb. l-:i ao paper bear the name of Obregnn. The name hud no familiar look, but nfter hearing It pronounced by a per son familiar with the Spanish lan guage it la readily recognised n the good old Irish name oilrbn. If Mr. Obregon's Christian ham hap pened to be Michael it would have 1en spelled Miguel, and hi friend" Instead of Calling him Mike would liaVD addressed htill a Ullllii," MHOItllO Till: HM VA(.).. It Is eifoiiraglnc l- 'f that Socor ro ml VmIcicI.i counllea, embracing the blggent unfiiiif-beil atretch of the ('amino Jiciil, are waking up tu the iuil-ortam e of gi-ttlng bu. The Wo niiro I'biefiiin bh: ' It Im reported tliat Territorial Kli gmeer Miller hut proposed that If lb hoard of count commUtloni-r of Six nrro coontv will donate S-'iUOO tha territory will donate a like amount or more for the building of the Camlnn Heal along the Hio Grande valley aero the county. The county cum mliwioiicr nboiiid not fall to accept Mil proposition at once. The fact I hat good road are worth to the pub-lb- vimtly more than they rout ha already been well ettitbllahed. Other cotmtle of the territory are accept Ing till fact and acting; accordingly, to their own great profit. It would be difficult to sugKCKt any practical project that would Im of greater Ad vantage to Hmorro county than the building of thin road north and aouth and the extension of Ihe road now be ing built through Water Canon from Socorro westward to the western end of the county. The county comtnl alonem would do well to give thl pro ject nil the encouragement that Jt I within their ower to give." Tin: w oin ii or out mdxkv, A dialed before, tha preaetit com mencement mason I Knowing un pnrallelcd pmgrex on the part of New Mexico' educational Institu tion. Thn Hocorro Chieftain nay: "There la good reaaon why the friend and promoters of higher ed ucation In New Mexico ahould )i of good cheer. Without exception the collegiate InMltutlnna of the territory are allowing a much larger attendance or a much higher grade of Work done, or both, than a Tew year ngo. Thl la nutlHfuctory evidence that the tax payer of the territory are getting good return for their money Invented In higher education und nlno that Now Mexico' progreaa In adticution Is keeping pari) with her progress In other repect." JiiHtlce Harlan doean't ce any uae In trying to analyze tha moral motive of tt trout. A Mid but Illuminating commentary Of the futility of human hope when applied to getting rich quick la fur nUhed by an advertisement which re cently appeared In ona of tho Han Kranclaco dally newspaper in the cbmslfled columns. Here It l: "I will dell I have 5000 share of a once well-known mining and leasing company; will exchange, anme for one setting hen and thirteen fresh eggs (Leghorn preferred); only permanent Investor need apply." Mora than 200,000 bushels of pea nuts, It I announced, were consumed In the fire which detsroyed a ware house at Suffolk, Va. This la the most disastrous flro known In the his tory of Ilia tradn In "goobers." There la mourning among the Juvenile pop ulation of the Old Dominion. With peanuts at a pfr-mlum. nd ay noisy Fourth of July prohibited, tlu-v lire UKklmt themselves- whether life Is worm living. . . , fining i ir, Vai h III these cities, the rest of time they will go sight-seeing w here, liie Glue and Mandolin clubs will I. however, reach Knglunil In time take In the coronation of hi mn V, George V., but they uill bo III ue for a number of the big nrfalr ul will likely lake In Ine. big sum- athletlc event of tha year, the 1 Cambridge cricket match at the Kngllshmen ' '' -ot" ,,.Hmi earners w no urn w anxloas to secure seats for the coro nation ceremony at Westminster Ab bey are accustomed to such a crowd ed church as they will find on that occasion, If they are fortunate enough to bp admitted. Man can never say hi is thd supe rior sex until he Is ublo to take last year's straw hat, dust It off, stick on a feather and a, couple of ribbons und call It hit "latest creation Just from I'arls." The Sullan of Morocco is having I. iis of trouble with his subjects so much, Indeed, that there It ground for the suspicion that outsiders nre help ing to foment ll for the purpose of creating an excuse to Intei'Vono In the Interest of peucc.. A New York exchange tells us that before marriage a man swears to love and afler m.-irrtagc ho loves to swear. That may apply I'l the dMrlrl where woman's surrrnge has gained recog nition, The scientists are telling us many clever way of exterminating the mosiiulto; but It mutt always be re membered that first Vou have to catch your mosquito. The Santa Fe Is boosting Chicago at a slimmer resort. Well, as long as the company Is treating New Mexico light we won't criticise anything It wants to say about Chicago. Jack Johnson has not shown much sporting enthusiasm In following up the start he made while In custody toward becoming the worlds cham pion white-washer. The glorious Fourth I drawing per ilously dose and we haven't heard a word ubout making It safe and sane. Apparently 1'niio Joe has got con siderable pleasure out of It, even If he is on the side lines. The known w agon, "piiy-as-yoti-etiter car" Is now as the 'stand-up-and-peiMpIre We hnvs not heard the familiar e)a 'illative "dee-llghted" for some lime past. Texas' census la Increasing at the expense of Mexico's misfortunes of war. Texas Is welcome to 'em. In thn spring the young Flh's lightly turns to thought of water. fancy soda There seems to be considerable riv alry ns to whether Tuft or Hoostvtlt Is the oilKlnal peacemaker. I Win It the supreme iTul bvll who did 11? Court or Ida STATELY ELK HOW F Animals Brought From Colora do By Warden Gable Re leased at Raton. Las Vegas I and Cimarron, (gperlni CorretpoBdene ta Manilas Journal Hunt Te. N. M May IS. Game and Klsh Warden Thomas I. Cable bus r-turned from hi trip to Ias Vegas, Katon and elsewhere to dis pose (pf the elka broaxht to the terri tory fur propagation. Ilr, Gable said today that three now hnd a bull had born unloaded at Itaton and placed at thn bead of tha Hed river at Po tato canon where they were kept two or three day In the pasture of W. II. Smith and then released In the moun tains. With these elk was a calf born at Steamboat Spring. One calf born en route was lost and not four, a was stated In a paper. Another bunch of elk wns sent to (Cimarron and will be let loose on the ,1 run a ranch, owned bv George. II. Webster, Jr. The third bunch was sent to a point above Hot Springs In Galllnas canon and will be held In a corral by Max Nordhau until they are sufficiently rested. Then they wilt be released and allowed to drift toward the I'orvenlr fishing resort. All of the animal are said to he magnificent specimen of elk and will doubtless become the progenitors of several large herd which will populate New Mexico game preserves In vears to come. Mr. Gable said today that the trip hud proved a severe trial to the ani mals and that they will need several days, of resting up hence o little vaca tion ha been arranged. The game warden said that many thanks are due tho Santa Kn railroad company for their kindness In offering every as sistance possible In tho transportation oV tho elk und In providing suitable stock cars. The animals came from the ranch of J. Jt. Pawsnn In ltoutt county, Colo, For ln Trcatnrv. Territorial Treasurer M. A. Otero has received the sum of I4S.R9 from .Solomon l.una, treusnrer of Valencia countu; $150 from Territorial Engi neer -Charles D. Miller, from stream gauging; and $S.75 from Gnme and Fish Warden Thomas V. Gable. Simla I'l' .Man On Cmiiiillnn, z O. D. D. Klrkpatrlck of Santa Fe. .United States examiner of surveys, Is chief engineer of the Texas-New Mex ico boundary commission that la at present surveying the New Mexlro i'exHS boundary. Former I'nlted States Senator Frank M. Cockrell of .Missouri, Is the head of the commis sion. I'rltoiier Ksciipe. Catarlno Itamlre , sentenced In 11)08 for twenty years In the peniten tiary for murder in tho second degree, and' who hails Trom Otero county, took French leave, "over the wall is out" ot the pen one night last week. He Is 21! years old nnd was a nntlve of Old Mexico. Ho worked In the lime kiln and was a trusty. A reward of $50 la offered for ilia capture. A de scription of tho prisoner has not yt en given out here. New Company, rtkies nf incorporation were filed 4: spin territorial secretary's office by Maynard Child company, which 5:()(l't office at Menilla, Dona Ana n-an'y, and names A, H. Maynard ns 7:31 atutory agent. The company do a regular real estate business Its stockholders are A. H. May of Mcsllla, 10 shares; A, Child 8t0 I Paso, 5 shares, and C. C Itoyall . Silver City, 5 shares. The com. pany Is cnpltaHr.cd at $25,OnO with rr.O chares at $100 each ami $2,000 ha been paid In. Irrigation Mailers. , As a mailt of the efforts of Ter ritorial Knglueer C. 1). Miller to aettlP certain irrigation difficulties in San Juan county and about which an all day Mcaslon was held here some time ao with representatives from San Junn county present. A satisfactory agreement Heeius to have been reach ed. , Thn Axlec Irrigation company, which asked 260 second iset of water' diverted from tho I'M in en mil heading Into Now Mexico, was granted this change of diversion. The balance of the old Kden appropriation of 750 see on,) feet wa rellnuulshed to the ter ritory by the npproprlators. Hurke Kurmiiii and the Turloy llolllsler Interests agree to meet nnd plan a consolidation of their ditch projects, and not to protect the Orch ard water filing made by C. W. Thur ingcr. The Orchard Irrigation district asks for fH feet of water in addition to the Thurlnger filing. Work on these different projects Is to atari without unnecessary delay. PRICES SHOW LITTLE CHANGE PAST WEEK IN BOSTON WOOL MARKET Hradslreet's says of the Huston wool (Uiarket: Miles ror the past week were not large or Important, and prices showed little change. Possibilities of changes In the tariff prevent free buying of wool by the manufacturers, and In terest hns been transferred to the prl .mnrv markets in the west. Much wool has been bousht by Huston and west ern houses, though many have been .unwilling to pay the extreme juices paid by a western fii'm. Considerable contracting has been done In the Tri angle district on a basts of 16 to 17 cents, and much ha been sold in the i'.ida Springs district, though it h.-is not nil ben shorn. Slum ring Is well under way in western Idaho, with sales on u basis of 1 S (ti 1 5 cents for good average clips. I.lttle has been done In Montana, as bids are lower than the growers will accept. Hid are at cents with IS cents asked. Very little has been done In Oregon and Texas. In Wyoming some choice clips have brought IS W14 cents or more. I'tah and Nevada have been practically cleaned tip by purchase or coiwignmeiit. Much wool is being con signed. Advances on consigned lots are materially smaller than last year, and restrictions on the selling price are lighter. High prices are asked tn the fleece wool sections. In Ohio growers ask 21 cent for medium clips, with 20 cents being paid by local blddl I buyers, Huston houses nre linn 1H cent for medium. 15 cents for fine and 14 cents for rejections. Settlnn some wool at these flxurea. Some of the mills are competlnit In Mlchlnan, where :'01i Jt cents I belli paid for medium clip on the car. Try a Journal Want Ad, Rcsuits 01 D R ESTS STRONG ADDRESS BY CHICAGO DIVINE Cadet Commencement Draw ing to a Cloie; High School Enrollment at Roswell Ahead of Albuquerque. (Him-lal rorreaBomlMir te Meralns J.:ara..l Koswell. N. M., May 22. Com mencement at the New- Mexico Mili tary Institute is now at its heigh. Following the Saturday clean-up came battalion parade at 5:30, which was witnessed by an enthusiastic and appreciative crowd. At nine Saturday nit-ht occurred an Informal dunce, given by the Cotillion club. Splendid music was furnished bv an orchestra of seven pieces un di'r the leadership of faptain Jack Fletcher. A large crowd was out Sunday morning to listen to the baccalaureate services In I.ea Hall. The auditori um stage was slninlv but most ef fectively draped with national flags and the red and black of the N. M. M. I. The front of th- stage wis a per fect bower with hundreds of sweet smclllng, beautiful roses. The address to the graduating das.', by Rev. Austin 15. Crile, pastot of the Wicker Iu rk I.utherin church, Chi cago, on the theme, "present Day Op. portunltles for I'sefulness," was a practical, pleasing, eloquent talk. The speaker dwelt upon the fact that men must ha broadly educated and thor oughly trained to meet the complex conditions of the age an age of spe cializing. He emphasized the need of the mutual training nnd vocational schools. He called the development and training of the Head, the Hand and the Heart the Trinity of Useful ness and Success. At five p. m. Sunday there wan an Immense crowd out to see the usual Sunday parade, which was followed by a splendid exhibition drill In Butts Munuul. The coming year Is expected to be one of the b in the history of the Institute. An able staff of instructors hus been engaged. High School's l ine SIiowIiik. Klghteen young people were gradu ated from the Itoswell high school al the 1911 commencement. The scholar ship medal was given to Halph .Whit ney, who made u general average of 95 per cent during the past year. The Itoswell high school now has sn enrollment of 21!5, with 75 more In tho eighth grade doing high school work. This la the largest In New Mexico, Albuquerque coming second with sixty-one. less ttiiti Itoswell. F.I I'aso, a city of 40,000, has a high school enrollment of something over 300. ANOTHER BIG CATTLE TRANSACTION IN GRANT COUNTY NEGOTIATED IHperlal Cerrespuudeoo to Morning Journal) Silver City, N, M., May 23. Morris & Hlvens, of Amarillo, TexaB, in addi tion to cattle , already bought and shipped have purchased 4011 head of steers from jjtpurgnn and Shclhorn of the Mogoltona. pavinir $20, $24 and $2S a head, the latter' for three-year-olds. The cattle will reach here to morrow and will he sent to the Texas Panhandle. They nre In fine condi tion. The same buyers purchased from Cochran & Sparks, Dry Creek Id the Mogolloint,. 000 steers and they were loaded and shipped to Amarillo yesterday. Chaplain C. C. Hateman of Fort llayard, has been invited to deliver the grnnduatlng day address at the New Mexico Military Institute at Itos well, and he left for that place yes terday. His subject will be "The Am erican Soldier's Contribution to Am erican Clvillzutlnn." Chaplain Hate, man Is a profound student and a most pleasing speaker, and tho young sol diers of tho military InHtltute will not only he pleased but profited by the address. The theme selected by tho chaplain Is one peculiarly suited to him, as his experience of over tvven. ty years in the army and his intelli gent and close observance of Ameri can civilization nnd progress well equips him to discuss the subject. In the Wake ot tlio Measles. Tho little son of Mrs. O. B. Palmer, I.lttle ltock, Ark., had the measles. The result was a severe cough which grew worse nnd he could not sleep. She says: "one bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar Compound completely cured him and he has never been bothered since." Croup, whooping cough, measles cough all yield to Fol ey's Honey and Tar Compound. The genuine Is tn the yellow package al ways. Kcfuso substitutes. Oiilelly & Co. Try a Mornipg Journal Want Ad NATIONAL 1 You can taste the difference Winchester & Lyon, Distributors AlhiKiuenpic, N. M. Montezuma Trust Company ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS STOP LIMPING & uy UBlng William's Foot Comfort. W 25 rents at The Williams Rlia Veont. Oak and Maple Polished Flooring Builders' Supplies Albuquerque Lumber Co., 423 N. 1st SL :" Don't say 'Beer"! Say- Not only is Schlitz beer filtered through white wood pulp, but even the air in which it is cooled is filtered. It is aged for months in glass enameled tanks. It cannot cause biliousness. It will not ferment in your stomach If you knew what we know about beer, you would say, "Schlitz Schlitz in Brown Bottles." Phone 138 Consolidated Liquor Co. Cor. 1st St. and Copper Ave., Albuquerque That Ma WILLIAMS GETS FOUR FAST PLAYERS FROM THE CITY. OF ANGELS The San Francisco Examiner of re cent date states that th Williinis team has secured four fast buscnail players in tluit city, and they hive lef: for their dcHtluatioii. They are he Wilson brothers, Infieiders; Art Shoulcy, pitcher, and Joe Doyle, back stop. Winslow Is said to have purchased several New Mexico icaii.igi! men. which with the strong lineups of Frescott and Flagstaff will make an Interesting baseball altuatioi for th" CHICHESTER S PILLS TIIK 1MAMIIN1I UI1 A Ml. l.t.dl.l Ab jour lirusgtH i-t a I l.l chr.l. r'l IllumnxJ Tiraa l l-llla la K.-S an-l fold nlJl.icV I'"., ielr! with Klu. KIHH.n. Taka ao nlhar. lltijr or vntir llrui-jl.t. As( lll-l III -.TFItS ll,MoNI IIKVMI l-II.I.H, (. KJ year. known M licit, Saltit.Alwtys ke(i:ill S9LB BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHLRE OATS LOOK PLEASANT e guarantee it to do the work. Trie Drug Company MT V. Central. it fa. the brewery to your glass. Our barley is selected by. one of the partners in our business. We go to Bohemia for hops. The water is brought from rock 1,400 feet underground. The Beer e Milwaukee Famou funs to figure out in the race for the pennant. "Jack" McRnnnoy, who has been In Los Annexes for several days, re ceivinK moillial treatment for his hand Injured In u practice name in this clly early n the season, wired yesterday that he will reach Prescott tomorrow, McKanney Is a clever GROSS, KELLY & CO. (InoorjMirated) Wholesale Merchants, and Deal ers in Hides, Wool and Pelts N"avaj; Wankets, Plnon Nuts, tive Houses ut Kast Las VeR.is, N. M.; N. M.; Pecos, N. M.; Lognn, We arc Loose Leaf Specialists Special forms prepared for your particular requirements. A complete line of labor saving devices. Let us solve your problems. A phon3 call or card will bring our representative. Lilhgow Manufacturing Stationery Co. THE NE MEXICO HOUSE Phone 924 B"V brown bonie Light starts de cay even in pure beer. Dark glass gives protection against ight. The brown bottle pro- tects Schlitz purity from pitcher, and with Gill. Prewott will have two star pitchers. Several local fans left last nitilit to witness tho Wil liams game today. Try a Morning Journal Want Ad Journal Want Ads Get Results nouns, Chill, Potatoes and Other Na rroducts Albuquerque, X. M.; Tueumcarl, N. M and Trinidad, Colo. 1 ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.