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THE ALBUOUFROl'E MORNING JOURNAL. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31. 1911.
c HI-' ft t 1 5. i ; to Che fllfsqstrqse morning Journal (OftMal News per ..f NVw M.il-n) JOURNAL PUBLISHING CO. I ium A I1K.II Mil' IHll lit Mr. TH h.i "ue j.il .ru:-. if tor a much i Mt PHrnsox UM F'.V k . . .. iis jnns'!i'y I H ft HriXiKTT . W K VTKS TlH I. Bt ... Mnin Kltur . , . fcht.tf Oil It Clltnr 4,tvrtla'a lfnr V.rqiwf ! Baudot,. Mn III Tm1rn Vf.r.atafl.e. Hill fit H. Ml I I In 41. M lars -, M The i.f. .. uili.rat c .-..-it. r t.f the Kick Island r(1a a the i en- Th b.ir fa! limnJt- V.ilby will make theting some, lust ikUIh country in the world, The i ommHsitnt r ought t know, II.- K"t 111 start a. an tAp.-rt agil cu'tunM in Colorado where I tl Cred. y district rat-- urdiiig; In his stateim -nt. Initial carload f Irifll potutiHH every season. MP. Cel tr.il t-njoya the ihMiio Hurt f living one of the best posted and most u thnritMive crop expert in the Fnit 4 outfit. Whrt hi- 8.i the Hlo llrahd valUy li l!n- potato is certainly go- Write it S'lt.- of N' w M' -ii-ii. What the Editors Are Saying Cmarrtl aa . it -r l aa matt.r at th r-tifflr at Albuiltx-rt, N M. a.dar Act at rvnrM f Marc , UTS It THK growing section if tin- v-t. It Wtime jto sit up und. take notice. Drainage. tritIti.-rit cultivation and advertising, say Mr. fottrell. are thi three things we nerd. Let us get busy and drain. barn how t farm mid advertise; above all thing adver tise. The Ilhi Grande valley and must take a p-aaing THK KI1KMMI JOlKVAl ihhimj mil hi was rtrr.B: iirM VMIIII. Ml l-l-OKTIMI IMP. IRIMI- n r thk Kn-i Biir rRTY ah. i THP TIXP M IMP XH Ioi OKI HP ; Altiiliiurrque Pll-IHIU TT WMK TUP1HK' , . ,.MllltialKn f ill t in jur "i1" .... l.out Iti ! imiuRurateii; Ij.iV' rlmilattiB XlMP IB Mv.lra Th aal pa la Hilr kMi4 T f I IK ftmf. tp kiii or i m riition, tAlly, by mull, iui mnth riip, bf err r. nnt m nlli MTU Mnrnlim JmtrKnl M hlvhap rlr- mlatina raitnc lhaa 1 arrrd4 la aar arr lr In w Mrilt-." Ilia Am.rl- nlir IMrvrtarjr. llr 8? l HI Ml pmoi r hi: muvix in mvstkiuoi-h WAYS. FuUnwIng the ili'dnrallitn of Mel qulkd Cliavra th ttthfr lny that the Altulnhly I with th repuWUan par ty, the Sanla Ke Nrw Mrxli-an 1 hfiv Ins; a lot of fun with the (li-mmnitK, who It la 11i-kpU arit lui-kltit 1'rnvl dpnee In the Hial off of thi prevent l atnpaign. In ttu old duya It wan be lieved thftt every demoi nttlf vlnud had t free silver llnini:; rioubtlrra l day In New Mexico tlie ileuun rtils re niember that tiod moves In luyHleri fiua Iiii womlera to perform, and that the hurriciine which lilt JuiIk' Mil 1111 when he utarted ti tlk uhmit the ronntltutlonnl nmcndiiiiiit limy have heen after a favnrablo innnlfeat atlon, a w ar told by the poet that "H rldea upon the Ptrm." Anyhow, the New Mexlinn aaya: The democrat e'jinpliiln thut rrovldemn In aiiiilmt them, The Demoeratlc Clovl Jourmtl record the patriot. V, It. Mttllll. of l.iinile, ileilarinir In a apeevh at flovln, dm lnK which the tent In which he was talking waa blown down: "It Keeni like the Kod Lord win agaliiKt na. JtiPt a 1 got lined out to explain the 'amendment' the wind atruck tlmt'a nil I reini'inber for about forty bicoihIh.1' A nlmlltir Incident occurred on Sat urday at I'hoi tilx, when Senator Moaea ClHpp wan about to arlae to denounce! iTealtlent Taft for vetoing the recall. Kaya a dlapHtch from the ArUona cap ital: "The big celebration acheduled for tonight in honor of Matt-hood wan poittponed at the hint iiitnutn on ac count of a terrific lhumlerntorm which broke at ilusk. Tb demonMratioii will take place Wedneailuy nlKlit In at end. Henatnr Clapp, who wan on the progiam to deliver an addrest., will not be able to wait over, aa he la due to arrive In I-oa Angelea to morrow night to begin a aerlea oT peechea in favor of nome of the pro grenplve coliNtltutiomil ainenilment.t which will be voted on In that state on October 10." The Fort Humner Uevlevv, tcllH a followg of the Mcillll Incident: "The wcirklnc of l'rovUleni-n am peculiar. In riovin. the other night, JilHt lia Judge McHIll was telling the throng in mcnlorlnn tones, with both aniiH aawing the air, how he obtained (date hood for New Mexico deaplte the crooked work of Andrews, Curry and others, the tent blew down uml the crowd eacapt'd the infliction." The Democratic Uoswell Morning New, Hlo aeema to lmvo It III for Providence, for It complains that tin achool renin of ChaveH county now b)nK liken, "how a a fonnldcrahle dt oicum' In jtopnlntlon. Thla l due to immy of the dry lialmer leaxlin: IftHt year duilng the drouth, Theae, it dedans, will not return until the eropa have been garnered at the old home and other hualneaa dlnponed ol, which will 1)0 too late to ciiht their Votea for the democratic candlilaiea on Noveiolar "t. If l'rovidcnce luuln't t-nt the dr..uih la at J car and had ar ranged to have the cropa in the atatcK n few month earlier than uaiml. why It would have helped the democratic rftue materially. It doe aeem a If nothing but n act of rrovldence will pave the demo-i-rala even in eaatern New Mexico, from the worst drubbing that they t-ver received, advertising and It la up to u to prove whether or not Mr. Cottrell known what he Is talking about. If thl district can hlp H.000 carload of potatoes a vr. it la up to u to do It. The people of thl city h not real : the tn mendoiis reaotircea sleep Intr In thee thouaandH of atria of Idle and untitled land around the city. When the "men who know 4rni they are aatoitlshed at the wante of opportunity. Let ua wake up. There la no gueaa work about what we can grow here; It ha been absolutely denionatrnted; we have the land and Ni lint-'. With the a. Hint of Mateliood, can I'idatts tor t.t!f, diMrlct arol county ..trite are urt.iio to t- nnt plcnti- t til. Ni.twitliPt.iliding the great op i portunitlex ti.tw .itiir.il fr df w-ri-in.im: patnnt, tlo- Independent will (n.. I in. r. nne Hit- price fur the publi- cation of political announcement, but Iwill maintain the name, old rate of i fin paval.le etrietly in advance. Pil- ver t'itv Indi pt n.U nt. I Hula-! ltural life la the Jny of New Mex ico. I.cph than 1". per cent of the pop ulation live in towns of over '.'500 In habitants. Hallnp H publican. FIVE MILLIONS IQ CONOUER MM DESERT SIREi Salt Lake Route Stupendous Task Meadow. Valley Completes of Baffling! Wash; 10 Tunnels and 23 Bridges. les. "al.. AUK - of uver live he f 30. ! iir . ii. i i j !. u loonths the water and the perfect climate, we know what we can rulse mid It Is not. after all, a difficult matter to lcurn how to raixe it. Every few weeks an expert of this kind, one of thoae who know, rumen along and (ell It to us all over again. U, iw long in It going to bike to get wiae? The Central Hlo (iiaiule valley ran brat the I'eeoa valley er the Mimbn-a valley or any other valley In the southwest. Uur great advunUgc la that wo do not have to go through the experimental aluge; either ua to pumping for Irrigation, gravity ini Katlon, or to find out what grows bent here, All this ha been done; the valley Is the cradle of Irrigation In America: and yet we ure letting other sections have ua In the lurch, pimply because they are Improving the opportunities that wo waate. This does Hot mean that there Is no Intelligent cultivation that there are no money making farms fii'ound Alliuiiteriiie; you will find them everywhere; but In contnst to the acreage lying: Idle, the total Is Insig nificant. Iifaln the lulida, farm them Intct- !i.,.,.,iiv,l ADVKHTISIC it Is "t .j easy when you put your mind to It And It doe not take an expert to rami "intelligently"; It takes common I..-W41II til Togo. Admiral Touii ha been given a "porty reci t.tlon in the national cnpl lal a tot if the old "sea dog" gathers in.- iii.j.rt ss-ii.fi thnt American people ai-.. i.. s.iiti In war affairs us in o uul pitstlmes, he will likely steer his government th'ir of any encounter with the American government. Taoa Valley News. VESPER SERVICE IS By IICiiN MR: TDLBERT horse sense nml an aiuuty 10 iouo expert advice. Let Albuquerque and Hernullllo county get into this statewide boost ing game and make the Hlo (ramie basin the lCden of the Kouthwest. P-KiNlIKANT MOVL. The New Mexico liar association Is esselillally Inclined to be ll conserva tive body; Its action on Tuesday tn taking u definite stand for legislation along pronounced progressive lines is most similflennt of the change that Is coming about In popular sentiment In New Mexico. Thl annual meeting of the lawyers Included nearly a nunureu represent" lives of the profession, reprenentlng all parties, from all parts of New Mexico; and the fact that it endorsed a corrupt practices act, a reform In the election aynteiu. listened to with hearty approval to denunciation of government by caucus, Inaugurated a move tn keep the judiciary out of practical politics, to equalise taxes and give publicity to campaign con tributions Is calculated to make the politicians In ccm-ral do considerable piofontiii cogitation. The action of the bur association Is an expression which cannot tie disre garded by patty lender nor legisla tor. The president, It la understood, will appoint on the various commit tee chosen to draft proposed legis lation, men who will do the work and do It conscientiously ami ably. Incorporated Into law, the wugges tlons of the apodal committee will have n far reaching Influence In pro viding a real government by the peo ple In New Mexico. Moreover, the action of the lawyer cannot bo con strued otherwise than an accurate ex pression of the will of the people at large In this new state. Pastor of the Congregational Church Substitutes 4:30 Ser vice For Regular Sunday Night Meeting; Music Spec ialty. A vesper service at half past four o'clock Sunday afternoon In place of the regular Sunday evening' service is the innovation announced nt the 1'irst Coiigregntional church, corner Hroiidway and Coal avenue, by the pastor, the Key. 11. H. Tolbert, nnd the experiment which is to last a month ai the hast, will be watched with much interest. It Is the pastor's plan to make tills u iiuuical service with n len-niinuti, devotional address by the minister in Hue with the musical (heme. The best of local talent will take part In the iiiunical program, which will be carefully prepared. The vhh f bleu In trying this plan," said Mr. Tolbert yesterday. Is to al low the .church member and particu larly th older members, chance to enjoy a little reatlul homo llle Mimiay evening In preparation for the day work next day. The earlier hour of the vesper Hervlce will make It possi ble for such persons to attend; there will b tipliftliiK "tul Inspiring music, the best that can he secured and Just a short adtlress, the whole service lasting one hour. In the winter even ings, the earlier hour, wo think, will be foiuiil u great convenience und It will 'give our people a chance to upend Sunday evening in the quiet of their own homes, while those who wish to attend a church service at the regular evening hour will have opportunity elsewhere." The plan has met with much com mendation and will undoubtedly prove a hin cess. Hcv. Mr. Tolbert Is confi dent that It will bo a forward atep nml help to make Sunday a day of rest uml at the same time of inspira tion. The program for Sunday, Sep tember 3, follows: (ii-Riin rrelude, "t'aiizoncdella Sera," d'Kvry. nlheni, "Tarry With Me. " My Sa viour;" Baldwin Choir, with baritone solo hv H. I,, tirinsliee. (M.crlorv, Andante from Kretzer Sonata; Heethoven. I'ostlude from "A Church Festival;" Hest. V brief devotional address will be Igveu by the minister on the theme of Worship Interpreted In Noble Mu- e?;netjitjtur dollars ilu.ig the p i-i u loomr.s j the Sun I'edro. I.es Angeles und Stilt Uike railroad will soon he In a por tion to bid defiance t" the sulking des ert stream in the Meadow- Valley wash, which, for seus.'iis past ha hin- j deretl the operation of the main line : between Los Angeles and Salt Lukei I The utupendou ta-k of tonstructine 1 the new "high line" through the i M..n.l..M- V.,ll.. l V..V -.1,1:1 is rfit.l.llv . .,, ... . , ! bearing completion and within thej next few day the Salt lake will be, free Irom the possibility of a recur rence of tlie disa.-trous washouts of recent years. When completed, eighty miles of new track will have heen laid; seven-, ty-two and one-half miles of new grading will have been done: ten new tunnels, aggregating more than five thousand, nine hundred feel In length will have been built and twenty-three steel bridges, aggregating more than four thousand, seven hundred feet In length und calling fur the use of over five thousand tons of structural steel will have been placed. At the present time the. work has been completed to Calienle, Nevada. an,l foraslu.it dis tance north of that point. Farther north the work is being rushed with great rapidity and three months' time will see the scenic short line between Southern California and the east for ever free from the danger of serious washouts In its hitherto weakest spot The Mihidow Valley wash. The Immensily of the task which the Salt IJike has accomplished can only be realized by seeing. Miles of tunnels have been built, the most modern of bridges Installed, thous ands of feet of heavy bag and rock rip-rap put lit place and even thej course of the river completely chang- I ed. And all for what ? To combat n t lugKish desert stream which, for I year followed sullen.y through the narrow canyon, disappearing alto gether at times und Men, for a single night, turned u raging torrent which carried death and destruijUon before It. When the Salt Lake inm was first In the course of eousiruction a party of railroad men overlooking the work encountered an inM Indian ii resident of the valley for many years. The old trlhesmun wan kindly treated by a member of the party and, In return, mumbled to one of them: "Twenty years heap heap rain.". wivwHanHaaOTaaaa J Z'tw I ux in - ua un ".'.'' aa - v: A' a .would please '"AV:!. makes it. a V"' 'A .'.'' ." ? Vii.t... , ii i'i f 1 1, i ,. .i-i '. ii .-, t ', n ft i (7 .fMfXVtS'm' dip1"; 4M 9ik The Beer Home Folks Like - ; 1 1 3 .K-V) 'tEiiiTV: a rrvv . Often people call for ligKt beer tKinking to avoid an excessive Keavy Utler taste tKat is unpleasant Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer of Quality TKe Pabst process wKolesome beer, not vitb a delicate ap- tbem neb. Keavy, and petizmg aasBBai . - - i t i an i m t& i t . ' 'saiIdSltlKlif' flavor ctker OrJc found trcv.-. tuJay. in AW S 1 11 'f ; i . : . iV'"- ' ? ! ' .it, i ill Tint Mfynrs Cn. Int. llf-113 W.'.t Silvtr Ave. Tel. US MORE VAGARIES B! BRIGHT EL PASO T CQRRE5PQNDEN Some Remarkable Political Predictions Made By Texas Wonder Mexico, Regarding New Mr. H.iRcrmnn will doubtless hi hlghlv Interested In the lollowlng from the Santa Fe New Mcislcan: "The hope that cX-'ioV ei nur UaKer rnan would take tills Inopportune time to pi.w dlssi'iitlon is pet-retly harhored by the democrat, hut Mr. llaKi'i'tnnu is tmi sensible, anil too losal a t'i pub lican and t'tu shrewd to n-luse to sub mit to the will of the majority In hi party and to work with li for parly success tit the state election, at so irltlcal a time, when hot only the future of the pally but of (he com monwealth Is at Slake."---This Is real comforting. The Li l'aso i orrcspoiulcnt, who bus been quiescent more or less since the alleged close of the war In Mexico, bus broken out again more violently than ever. The amount of misinfor mation and the number of fairy tales which have emanate,) from the 1'nss City by the Hio tirnndo ure enough to make the angels weep. In a bright piece of work in the St. Louis (llolie-Deinoi rat the festive correspondent says thnt the lute Thomas S. Hiibbcl is the most likely cundidato for the envernorship and that "Juan Larrazolo" will surely he one of the senators if the democrats win, Felix Martinez bring the other probability. The production in the (ilohe-Henuicrat is in full as follows: j F.I l'aso, TeX A up. 2 7. Willi u dry twenty i stutt hi)o,i grunted after half a eenlu ' ry of pleadings, nu t by promises al- I hiK man of Hlshee, Is scheduled for into I the other position, (ioverm r llirhard I and K. Sloan is (he most probable repub lican candidate for the fcovei 'tiorshlp. l:ut. the republicans are not so s.m guine of complete v it I cry Unit they are making up tlnir tlatc. They ure going to coiicetitri'te their rfforls on getting- a senator-ship for Contemn ami believe they will nici ceil, in as much us Arizona has the primary system, and it is" just possible to select a. re publican mi- the job and I'urcc a dem ocratic legislature to elect him. In ease ihe ilt .lue-rals win the slate Ku;;cnc S. hex of Tucson, ultima y for the Southern Pacific rnilroinl; Colonel j William I'lekett of Toinlistonc, and I Kugeiie Hrady O'Neill, 'of I'rescoll, a brother of tl'Neill. who cnplain ol n promiiiciilly In the ev iu N.-iv .M. M. gested by tin which split Juan I.nrrazi the st ealon;. he can vv.it.-h over u better thi-.u on t'.u- town where it.iv for tin raiitli. He has ahtt brought into town a herd of Angoras which lie intends to exhibit i-.t the Sun Antonio fair next Novi .rber. in which time the National Mobuir t '.rowers' association will meet in annual convi ntion. The tittend auee at the convcnliou is rxpeetetl lo be very large as the iUesiioii of tariff on mohair a "id ether Important mat ters are t.. be considered. The history of the M has borne out this atali ancient Indian. The new line so vapidly completion Is from twelve to feet higher Rlong Its entire itiluw Va'lcy incnt ol' the ! ways broken, Arizona and New Mexl- co find tht iiistivcs iireparlug for their rii-xt eif'iir! Ill Sell i-o vei'lllller. t . The citizens of the new states have nearing , ulwavH t.,,, te,i their own county of f, , I fleers and their legislators, but the president has bamed their governo-s t!ie lauious "Ihickey" met death in Cuba a.s a uigli riders, are the most mentioned - candidate!., cut of dciiioci atic viclcry o, w hieli is not even su;:- dt'inocraHc ci ga nizal Ion badly over the recall, da will surely be one ol FoMx M.irtine-. leinpnr- ari'y residing in I'd l'aso. hut holding his legal residence In Las 'egas, lias been mentioned for the other position. FAWN ADOPTED Bf HIE GOAT First Class Nature Fake, Story: From Silver City; Grant : County Angoras to Be Taken! to Mohair Meet, "Just Say HORUCiK'S It Means Original and Genuine MALTED h.ELK The Focd-drink (or All Ages. More healthful llian Tea or Coffee. Agrees with the weakest digtsiion. Delicious, invigorating and nutritious. Rich milk, malted grain, powder form. A quick lunch prepared in a minute. Take no substitute. AskforHORLICK'S. Others are imitations. Relieves than the highest know n high Walt r s(!(t0 ,,.rni.iu)s lni.m,ill(; (heir j. t Hrelal rorriiidenr lo Mernlag loa.nnl) It The niembrr the time public is cordially n--- and the place, invited. POPULAR CHANGE AT F AS 1 CAFE mark. This high water mark was es tablished in 1 0 It when the greatest flood ever known came down the can yon, and by placing the line so much above this murk the engineers und of ficers of the Salt Lake are confident that no further trouble will he en countered. In fuel, diirliiK the last week in July a cloud burst occurred In the mountain above Callente j which aent a wall of water ten feet I high iu some places down the canyon. It tore out portions of the old line and some of the work under construction, hut without exception the new line j was high and dry and unscathed by j the rush of wuters. That anything I mom terrific than this flood can or- I cur is hard to believe anil tne tact I that the "high line" withstood it Is looked upon by officials of lhe rond as sufficient proof thnt the road la now out of danger. I'niler these circumstances the of flclnls of the road feel no hesitancy in nunoiim iiig that during the coming winter the annual Influx of tourists to southern California can be handled by the Halt Lake without fear of de lays nnd particularly attractive ser vice will he. Installed to uecoininiulutc thla class of traffic. i . i Preserve the Landmarks N. This week a lending hook concern near the capital of the nation has sent customs deiiarallotiH with It hhlpmcnt of books to Alliuipiel'iue. New Mex loo, This In spite of the fact thai the admission id New Mexico as a state Is now the theme of discussion In every purl of the country. These lliiniiH happen every once In a while; and they give one some Idea of the ImmciiKc nnioiint of advertising thai still lies before New Mexico If she is going to Lave the country know about her. Congressman Johnson of Kentucky bus taken short flier in (in aero plane. 11. is probably one of thaw gentlemen whom the pioldrnl told n get off the eaMI . A fi'tai ciutbreik Is teui d In north ern Chihuahua, When did the last one cease? Four large washtub and three bushel bliHketsrul of dead blackbirds were picked up after a holt of light ning lit in the midst of a f h" k at liellcville, Kansas. If any more had itei.li killed It Is Perfectly certain that the enterprising correspondent nt (llelleville would have vouchsafed the j information. A radical change In the service of The Fashion Cafe is now In operation. Alwavs ab rt to adopt anything that Mill maintain the llrst place rank of the Fashion, I'roprhior Combs hits put the diniiiK n oui under the charge of an experienced head waller, K. A. Ihekelnian i f Sail Francisco. I'llder his direction the patrons will be nerv ed a corps of competent waitresses. I'lili change enables Mr. Combs lo :;he his entire attention to the cu'slne. As all patrons of tlie Fashion ki'ow. there are no belter cooks than liavp j Combs ami (lie fact that he will now 1 be able to give his time to kitchen af fairs will be highly approved by al. who know where to go ior a i;ood meal. The tiew staff of waitresses are a'l experienced and capable, and under the direction of Mr. lMekehnan, will serve Fashion patrons to their com plete s. itl.l.it Hon. All tl l ex. flftttoiilifi 4u -Dement must be highly the ex governor. It took Mr, Lurraiolo B long but he ha seen the light. while. We wonder ill it! beltitlft linw t'mie Jimmy these days. Cuts and bruise may he healed l about one-third the tlm required by thp usual treatment by applying (iiumbeiinin Liniment. It Is an an tiseptic nnd cause such Injuries to heal without mnturatlnn. Thl lini ment also relieve soreness of th muscle an.l rheumnlle pains. Bold h all ilea lei , i. (Santa l-V Now Mexican. 1 A recent visitor to the old ruins in the MaliPainos, w rites: "The "Id lulns are not nearly so Imposing as when first 1 visilet! them some Novell years ago. The east and south walls have both fallen, the hand id time working lis decay even on these apparently rine structures. It Is to h regretted that no appropri ation is available to preserve the Gran gulveru. Ihe Abo and le-arby ruins. The present generation has seen the l'reos mission church crum ble Iu a pile of dirt and the tiarita In this vety city has been permitted to "fade away" although one of the most Interesting and most widely ad vertised historic monument In the southwest. The New Mexico archae ological society should etideivor to have the first slate legislature make an adeipiute appropriation to serve Intact these great ruins scat tered over the territory. The splen dltl work done In preserving and 're storing the pulaco of the governors, and of some ot the ruins In the Itito de los l'rijoles ami the Mesa Verde, shows what tan l, done al compar tlvely small outlay, If the work Is In the hands of the proper parlies. View, Ohio. "The first few doses of Chamberlain's Ptoirmrh and Liver Tablets gave me surprising relief and tne second tiottia teemeii to give me a new stomach and perfectly pood l health." p'or sale by all dealers. dlelarv. and the national congress has Sliver t hy, lulwavs had veto power over their tor- ' days ago a herd i ritoiral legislative eiiuetmenis. Now they will exercise the power of nil other sovereign Ktates, and will choose all their own officials, from governor t' constable, and will also have a voice in presidential elections and votes In con'.rress. Kach territory has been allowed one "delegate" in the house of represeiit- jattves, but this delegate had no vole, llle occupied a scat and was permilled to make speeches and serve on com mittees, hut hud no voice In legislative -matters so far as voting was concern ed. Now each new sl.de will Send two members to tile Kenaie ami .New Mexico will send two to thee lower house, while Arizona will si nil one. The lust two territorial delegaies are Ralph Cameron of Arizona and William II. Andrews of New Mexico, and each hopes to bo returned as ohm of the first senators from his slat Richard ll Sloan Is the last territori al governor of Arizona ami William J. Mills of New M x'l i . Cnr.nressliin.il an,-, senatorial repri setitallves from Hie two new slaps will each draw the same pay, but t:ie stale officials of New .Mexico will be better paid than those 111 V.-'zotia. New Mexico slate (diiciiils will also he eluded for four years, none eligible for reelection , nnd those ill Arizona will lie elected for but two years. T'.ie Arizona constitution contains no legal bar against re election . The Nc v" Mexico governor will draw J.'.ono a year salary nnd the governor of Ari zona will only net $.1.5W. Kac'.i stale will heve a supreme lourt if Hire,, members, and an ade- ouiile number ol .lodges ol judicial districts. I'mlcr the old system the district judges appointed by the presi dent, sat at certain intervals al tlm , territorial capital as supreme court, j all the judges passing upon the up-j peals laken from their own courts as I individuals. Annum the aodiilalcs. Thomas Hublni is generally com ed to be the most likely candidate Ii the New Mexico kov eriiorship, and the republicans control, the legisla ture A. I!. Fall, former attorney gen ie- jeral. and W. J. Mills, territorial gov ernor and former chief Justice, will be the first two senators. Charles Spies, president of the ter ritorial constitutional convention; W. .'I. Andrews, delegate to congress; Sol omon I. una, republican national i tun - niitteenian, and numerous others ae' possibilities in case of a deadlock, Judge VVtlhnm H. 1'ope. chief justice, is looked upon as certain of election to that position in the new state. In Arizona if the republicans win. Cameron will be one of the two sena tors, llovnl A. Smith, late republican l. ritloiial t hainiiaii and a v.'iiiig nun M., Aug. 30.- A few i days ago a herd cf Angora goals be longing- to W. A. Heather mine In to their liens with a young .mil beautiful fawn following one of the Id nanny gnala vvilh a young kid. The niot'icr goat evinced great alfoetimi for the j little waif that had probably been I lost from its luotlur, 'permitting it to 'share her milk nnd took Just as much i care of the youngster as she did of her own. Mr. Heather had them brought I v -I 'J v.- CATARRH the C LADDER and all Discharges In 24HOURSI Kautie.pitiilelKw.lbe i CvuvlerfetU, H"i4 ht Mil rlnicirlarn, nirc NEAL llVCOIt II A II IT CURE We Invite the most thorough Investl. cation. Full Information In plain sealed envelope on request. Neal Institute .I2 X. Second St., Alhtitiirrcjiip, X. M Ti l . rilONF 321 School Books and School Supplies Wc rtQVi have m. ? tork a1 books required by pupil? at tending the County School, ii. nry j and SV Vincent's Academy. 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