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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL
THIRTY-THIRD YEAR, VOL CXXXI!., NO.38. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911, It j Mail SO Cent Month; Single Topic, & Cent By Carrier, 0 Cents a Month. Today New Mexico Calls to Her Patriotic Citizens WHAT ARE YOU GOING 7 u u O TO DO ABOUT A Vote For McDonald is a Vote For Government By the People, and Pro gress and Prosperity for New Mexico for mf H-.o.-K a . ffJ i . - SmSm 1 c'""7" "" v W.C McDONALD - Vte fr Bursum is a Vote for Govern- ment By the Corrupt Bosses, Plundering the New State, Paralyzing Business An Honest Man. ' Here Is the Clean Ticket. Vote It Straight Knife It! IN AGED TALESMAN STARTS Ml IN M'NAMARA TRIAL IS SUDDENLY ENLIVENED George W. Morton Takes Issue With Counsel During Pre liminary Examination; Now Ready for Challenges IU.r Morning Journal Rpeclnl I-mukI Wlr.l Los Angeles, Nov. 6. The defense n the McNamara murder trial will 'k tomorrow to open the case of salesman George W. MeKee, ac rented as to cause and the proseeu "m will conclude Its examination of Talesman George W. Morton, relu cted late today after a challenge for Implied bias was refused. When court adjourned today the state had lound no ground for a challenge for 'uul bias, and with these incidental j'eptlons. the jury was complete as w cause and ready for peremptory Wiallengcs. Those ln the Jury box, besides Mc "e and Morton, were Robert Hur on, F. 1). Green, A. C. Winter, Wal. a. Frampton, George W. John "O", Sam Mendenhall, Frank Frakes. "5Tn uk M T McNeely and Wil "am P. riurir ' ton, he said he was a civil war vet eran, a life long republican and was a postmaster, but thut at present he "might be called a socialist." Ho subscribed for the 'Appeal"" to Rea son,' a socialist paper. Interrogations by Attorney llorton drew him at once to the edge of hli. chair In angry expostulation, elicited several appeals to the court, got At torney Locompte Davis Into difficul ties with the judge and from time to time threatened the excellent disci pline maintained by ballU'ls In tlie courtroom. Morton made a number of state ments which attracted attention In cluding one assertion that "capital Is educating labor to rebellion." Asked what capital ajid labor had to do with the case he said: "I know Its hero." "What's here?" asked Judgo Pord well. "The fight between capital and labor," said Morton. "I think unions on the one side and capital on the other are cuuslng this great commo tion." ' "What great commotion?" "This trial." Morton said later that he referred to the contention of capital and labor outside the court room. "I say let the law take its course," ho explained. "I take you're not in sympathy with the present form of govern' ment?" hazarded Horton. Morton slid to the 'front of the wit ness chair and glared at the prose cutor. "And why shouldn't I bo In sym pathy with It, he cried. "Didn't help sustain it Didn't I help fight lor it In the war?" "But are you-in sympathy with It?" llorton asked. "Certainly I am," replied the tales-man. "Have you any feeling against the I.os Angeles Times?" asked Judge Horton. The talesman turned to tho court. "Judgo, is it right for me to an swer that?" ho asked. "No. you don't have to," said Judge Bordwell. Objection by the defense, to a ques tlon as to whether he had any feel Ino; against General Harrison Gray Otis, proprietor of the Times was sustained. . . that m P. Clm lf Little r-ertnlntv was felt tonight flnv txf Vw . , l . t. - Ann I V men woum ne in me fnr .i y to try "'"niea B. McNamara 'r the murder of Charles J. Hagger- m.7 v,u'tirn "f the Los Angeles Times eliosion. to,!, u"" tn, '""'iition of the defense "light to try to reopen the case of 'inter also, with a view to lodging challenge against him Tor actual ., em. challenge on this ground al- (0,5 7vi"g been refused. After ore.! li to,Ja" thP defense In the iri. i "''l of AsBiBt""t Attorney Gen Ine i y IIl,r'(". made its show-Mrk- bpnrh l0T tho reopening of 'ees case on the irrniinrl thai tt m received new light thereon since - .-.i-woiis examination. Hlesmnn Morton l 7R yPars old. Uir 'xamliiutin by Attorney Hor- WHERE TO VOTE. Today occurs the most Important election In the history of New Mexico and no voter, regardless of his political faith, should neglect to register his will at the polls. Owing to the large number of candidates to bo voted upon and the delay inevitable as u result of the "blue ballot'' requirements, it Is ah solutely necessary that every voter should be at the polls early. In past elec Hons many citizens have disfranchised themselves by delay In presenting themselves and this year the crush at the eleventh hour Is certain to be great er than ever before. Therefore, do not fail to go to the polls at the earliest possible moment. The polls open at 9 o'clock In the morning and close at 8 o'clock In the evening. Following are the boundaries of the different election districts and the location of the respective polling places: PHECIXCT NO. 12. , Division 1. All that portion of Albuquerque north of Central avenue and east of Second street. City Police Million," Korber building, North Second street, Dl lnlon 2. All that portion of Albuquerque north of Central avenue and west of Second street. Office of It. L. Scliutt, 519 West Central avenue. i'itt:rixT xo. 2H. Division 1. All that portion of Albuquerque east of Second street and south of Central avenue. 115 West Gold avenue, store formerly occupied by J, M. Sollie. Division 2. All that portion of Albuquerque south of Central avenue n.t wo,t of Second street. Dunbar's real estate office, rorner uf Gobi and Third. . ; ' , ' - . -'V; t ' ': - . V-os - - MARK II I M GOVHtXOR TODAY. For Governor. William c. Mcdonald Of Lincoln County. For J.leuUnsnt Governor E. C. DE BACA Of Ban Miguel County. For Kecrntary of State ANTONIO LUCEHO Of San Miguel County. For State Auditor FRANK P. DELGADO Of Santa Fe County. For SUte Treasurer O. N. MAHHON Of Bernalillo County. For Justice of Supreme Court RICHARD H. HANNA Of Santa Fe County. SUMMERS BUHKHART Of Hernallllo County. W. A. DUNN Of Chaves County. For State Superintendent of Schools i ALVAN N. WHITS Of Grant Couuty. For Commissioner of Publlo LaiuN JOHN L. EMERSON Of Eddy County. For Attorney General W. K. M 'GILL OX Roosevelt County. For Cor)oratlon Commliwlonen GEORGE II. VAN BTONB Of Torrance County. SEFE1UNO MARTINEZ Of Colfax County. O. U OWEN Of Curry County. For I'onRN'SRfiicn II. B. FKKiil'HSON Of Rernalillo County. V'A VALVERDB Of Union County. SECOND JnMCMTi DISTRICT TICK IT. For Judge. HERBERT F. HATN0LD8 Of Rernalillo County. For District Attorney MANUEL IT. VIGIL Of Bernalillo County. FIFTH SENATOR! L DISTRICT (Counties of Hernallllo, Sandoval and San Juan.) For State Senator JOSEPH F. SI'LZER Of Bernalillo County. UICRXAMIXO COrXTY TICKET For Senator, Seventh IMstrict. ISAAC BARTH Tor Representatives Third District JOHN HA RON BITRfJ THOMAS A. (ITTRULB RAFAEL GARCIA. For Sheriff JESUS ROMERO. For Treasurer MIKH MANDELL, For Assessor FRED B. ITEYN. For Probate) Judge JULIUS STAAB. For OniititT Clerk ARTHUR E. WALKER. For Sapeiintendciit of Schools A. MUKTUIA, For Comity Surveyor PUT ROSS. For County Commissioners ALFRED OrtlTNSFELD. M. R. PPUINGKR. POLICARPIO ARMIJO. . Mail Siiii ldiw In Hotel. New York, Nov. fl. The body of a man registered as Maurice Stew art of Han Francisco, was found In a room on the fourth floor of the Hotel Astor this evening. There was a bullet wound over the heart, be lieved t have been self-lnfll -led. Tin) man h'us about 35 years old. I ' l.3 S3 VjI ft" m r t if Si ft. UK ' 8 CflVE THE GRHNP OLD PflF?TY ft VOTE FORjMlwl HfrlD tf5 TICKET McRNS $ PROSPERITY 5WD PROQRES. m a a m a - t a m a m w ? PROSPERITY mo PlftQREttti f The Kind ol "Protection" They Want. M'DOW WILL 710 MAJORITY POLL LW E m 1 REPORTS 10 II NO JOURNAL WHMMMBMSMimHiMBmmaM Democratic State and County Tickets Gaining Votes Every Minute and on Eve of Election all Indications Point to an Overwhelming Landslide Against Boss Rule and Machine Government in New Mexico; the Reports in Detail That William C. McDonald and the democratic state ticket will carry New Mexico by an o erwlielmliig ma jority is evident from tin; reports re ceived from all counties In the past two days by the Morning Journal. That McDonald will go through with a clean majority of from (1,000 to 10, 000 may be safely predicted and It Is possible that the victory for good government against the dishonest politicians will be even more remark able and sweeping. The following pre-election estimates irom corres pondents In the various counties are all baaed on careful Investigation of conditions so far as available. Curry County Democratic, 7(10, Clovls The situation here oil the night before election Indicates one of the most sweeping victories that lias ever been known for the democratic state and county ticket. Curry county will give a democratic majority of 700. Roosevelt County Democratic, l,(M)0. l'ortales Everything Indicates a big victory for McDonald, the state and county tickets. The majority for the democrat will he at least 1,000. Clvive County Deinis'iiillc, I..MM1. 1 n 1 mi- , , Irhiilrman on the day before election confidently claims a clean aeinocrai- le majority of 1,500 for the county and slate tickets. Eilily County Democratic, l.'-'OO. I'urlshad A careful canvass of Ed dy county, Including the towns of Carlsbad, Artesia, Hope, Dayton, IRkewniid, slid embracing more than 600 voters in the plains country, indi cates by far the largest vote (hat has ever been polled 111 Eddy county. Ar rangements have be, n made for a barbecue at each polling place In the county and it is now believed that the democratic majority will not be less than l.S'oo. I'nlon Count) DctiiiMTnilr, SMI. Clayton Complete reports from the precinct managers turned In to Judge J. A. Pace, the chairman of the democratic routity central commit tee. Indicate a complete upheaval and turn-over In Union county. This bus been the only border county on the east that heretofore has given repub lican majorities. The voting pre cincts at Kolsom, Des Moines, 1 lav den and Amlst.iii show that the pro gressive republicans will vote al most ns a unit for McDonald and the straight democratic ticket. The coun ty ticket will probably be mixed in Its returns hot a majority of the dem ocratic candidates It Is believed, ,wlll be elected. ln this eountv the democratic can didates for supreme court judge wUI run ahead of their ticket because they will receive the support of be tween 2tll) and 300 socialists who have no candidates for those office on their ticket. The county will glvti a majority for McDonald of at least "fid and It is probable that Hki can didate on 1 he democratic ticket for supreme court Judge mil have close to 500 majority. Quay Count Democratic, 100. Tic'iiuicarl - Reports from Nara Visa, Montoia, Jordan, Obar and elsewhere indicate that (Jtmy county will roll up a substantial majority for iMcDonalil ainl (be democrat l,i ticket straight down the line of at least 400 VoleS. Giiadultipi' Count! llcliox rallc, 200. S:iniii Kosa- Reports from Vaughn, J'uerlo te Luna, the Pledra Plntada country, Casaus and other precincts show no railing off in the democratic sentiment and McDonald wlll( carry the county easily by 200 at the least. I IlK'obl Colllll V Dl llKMTlUlc, 350. CiirrlBojiu W. C. McDonald will come out of his home county with n majority, on a conservative estimate of "SO. The remainder of the demo cratic stale ticket will likely run from 100 to 200 majority anil the re toilt on the county ticket will be mixed. Mcro Count)' Democratic, 200, Alamogordo The republicans con cede otero county to McDonald by from 50 to 100 and a fair estimate is ;u majority, some democrats claim imr S 50. The county ticket will be mixed, the republican candidate for sherlfff hsvtng a good show to win. The blue ballot will carry and It Is 1 oliovel that from 2oO to 250 soci alists will cast their ballots for the democratic supreme court Judges. Colfax Count Republican, 4041. H nt on Inside republican estimates of the Colfax county majority for Burnum and the state and county tickets cut flown the former republi can majority by half and place It at 40o. The highest claim made by the icpiibiictns is 450, Democrats and progressive republicans say that If ltursiim wins it will bo by a bare SOU, and do not concede any major lly. If the election is honest. Mors County Democratic, 200. Wacon Mound Mora county, of re lent years a republican stronghold, returning a 500 or BOO majority, form erly democratic by 1,000, la returning to the democratic fold. The republi cans claim It for ltursiim by 100; the other side claims It by 200 to 250 for McDonald and he Is making more votes every mlnuta. It Is safe to say the democrats will win by 200; San Miguel Couitly Republican, 4100. I - t'.,u-tiie .Unn rifriwil sirntrcltr rmttf 4 tt. .1 , .quo Kl.M. Wi.-v. .V w.