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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1911. .
FIVE WESTGARD DID WDavidand Gabriel Last Hope m TUT rnilRTH of the Busted Boss ULL MIL I UU II I II Cream Mstfa from grape Cream of Tar tars absolutely free from alum. For sixty years American house wives have found Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder a guarantee of light, pure and wholesome food. PARTY OF FIVE LIVES FOR FIVE WEEKS IN BIG "TOURING AUTO (Spwlml Correspond me to Morn log Jnar New York, N. Y. Nov. E. One of tlie most enjoyable vacations In a motur our, of the past summer, was taken by Attorney and Mrs, Edw. W. Little, their son, Earl V., and daugh ter Gladys, and Miss Gertrude ax ton, ull of Indianapolis. Thus part) spent live weeks on a leisurely S.KOO mile tour to Fall Uiver, Mass., and other New England and Intermediate points In a 1910 model 40 horse pow ed Premier ear. (joins and coming they averaged 200 miles a day, and the longest run for any day was 325 miles, half of which was made in a driving rain. The motorists did not depend upon hotels In a single instance, making camp every night thoy were on the road, on the premises of hospitable farmers, sometimes in yards and sometimes in barnyards. The gen. eroslty of the country 'folk was one of the most pleasing features of tht tour. The unique camping equipment carried by the tourists, was the mar vel of ull who saw it and wus pro nounced the most complete. Camp was made nt night by stretching a large canvas over the top of the car, fastening the bottoms at the sides at about the same angle of the ordinary tent. Roll springs were carried, which were placed on the running boards and supported by bars. The seat was removed from the tonneuu on the floor of which was placed an other set of springs, hooked In place at the ends. This sleeping compart ment was u.ied by the ladies. For a table the rear seal was placed on, th bumper In front of the car. The auto mohile tent was unusually satisfac tory for the reason that it was divid ed into three eompjartments and was closed in front by extra canvas. The trip going and coming was made via Dayton, Springfield, Marlon, Bellevue, and Cleveland, Ohio; Gerard, Pa.; Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, I'tlc;, Binghampton, and Albany, N. T., Pittsburg, . Springfield, Worcester, Boston, and Fall River, Mass., and Providence, R. I. Two miles outside of Albany a two-penny nail was run through one of the rear tires, which as the only tire trouble throughout 'he journey. The party spent con siderable time In fishing and enjoy ing itself In other ways, making the ''in by easy stages. Mining Sick Rooms by Auto. The loss of many lives may be raced to the automobile Judging 'rum the many casualties reported In the dally papers, while occasional ly one reads of the motor car beinft Mtrumenlal in the raving of lives. Usually this is done by record break ing runs in which valuable lime has been saved. Dr. T. B. Noble and Dr. A. C. Kim berlin, of Indianapolis, two of the rxost prominent physicians In the middle west, aro using their Premier iirs in a new and original w"ay in their practice and it is believed other physicians In all parts of tne country will copy their methods. By the use of an electrical apparatus they pro vide their own lights for the elck rooms in which they minister to pa tients and in many instances tbe have been provided with perfect lighi in houses that were drlklent In this respect. Both Dr. Noble and Dr. Kimberlln drive six-cylinder Premier roadsters, both (;i which are equipped with the Kemy electric lighting system. Plus wkets for two lights have been fas tened on the dash and to ther.e arc attached wires of any length. These is tie near-nature treatment for Consumption. The power it creates, rts purity and whole someness are Nature's greatest aid in over corning disease. ALl DRUGGISTS ' ii-rj " SOT wires are passed through a window or door Into the Fick room. (.Hie of the wires in attached to a globe and shade that fastens around the neck ot the physician while the other is at tached to a hand light similar to those used In repairing automobile! and is tarried by it nurse or an at tendant. It Is r.urprising, according to the physicians, how many houses are In adequately lighted. Many of the best houses that are lighted by electricity do not have lights near the sick bed. The new lighting system is particu larly valuable in Instances of this kind and where the lights are poor. Drs. Noble and Kimberlln would tie pleased to see all physicians use a lighting system of this kind. The Truthful Mr. Bur sum, Builder of Roads Mr. H. O. Bursum, who mulcted the taxpayers crC Socor- ro county for many thousands of dollars for building a road to) t Mogollon, has been publishing letters from his henchmen arid relatives telling what a good road it was. Here is a little communication which ought to settle this road matter conclusively: M.'igdalena, N. M., Nov, 6. Editor Morning Journal We the undersigned citizens of Socorro county having read the article in regard to the good road built by H. (. Hursum from Magdalena Ho Mogollon, which article appeared In the Albu- querque evening paper of Nov- ember 5, do hereby claim there is no such road in existence. There was a road partly built over the distance between Msg- dalena and Mogollon but in no case is there a practical road which was In any way built or Improved by H. O. Hursum. If a man must, and has a good team and light wagon, he can, with a great deal of difficulty, get over said road. (Signed) H. W. Russell, J. P. Lovelady, J. 8. Graham, W. S. Mustek, K. W. Wilson, .1. H. Taylor, D. C. Cox, Ren McClure, O. R. Donahue, W. M. Uorrowdale. Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets do not sicken or gripe, and may be takenVwith perfect safety by the most delicate woman or the youngest child. The' old and feeble will also find thent a most suitable remedy for aiding and strengthening their weakened digestion and for regulating the bowels. For sale by nil dialers. V. C. McDOXAM) I'lodKod t no Corrupt rollllctil Hoi-: In Iihh no strings tied to.lilm; he has never bribed voters by tlie promise of releasing convicts and liitd nothing to do with pissing the Haw kins bill. Make lilm Governor ot the New State today. "I do not believe there is any other medicine, si good for whooping cough us Chamberlain's Cough Rem edy," writes Mrs, Francis Turpln, Junction City, Ore. This romedy is hUo unsurpassed for rnlds and nraup. For sale by all dealers. , l V ' 1 i ft ' I"' " STREET 1 Interestlnc: Fabrication w Trib Cit, Ail True With tbe Ex ception That it Misses All the Facts A. L. Westgard, the automo- bile pilot and pathfinder, quot- d In last night's Trib-Cit. as denouncing the North Fourth street road, has not seen that road nor traveled over It since rvnehttig this city. He has not traveled over it on any of his previous trips through here. Mr. t Westgard and the auto tourists came into the city on this trip over a road about five miles dis- tant from the North Fourth street road. "The party was never In shooting distance of the North Fourth street road," said Harry Drumm, who escorted them In, yesterday. The place where Mr. West- guard was "marooned" in an auto was just this side of Ber- nallllo tn Sandoval county. Mr. Westgard has not seen the road enon which 10,000 was expended UNDER THE SUPERVISION OP T11K STATE GOVERNMENT TO WHICH THE TRIB-CIT IS POINT ING WITH PRIDE. This stretch o'f road is Just this side of Alameda In the valley. The state spent $4,000 on it and the county 16,000. "I never saw so impassible a stretch of sand made into such a per fect hard, smooth roadway at such an economical cost, snld Harry Drumm last night. Mr. Drumm has traveled all kinds of roads from the Atlantic to the Pacltlc. THE UNSPEAKARI.E 1ADS IN SANDOVAL COl'NTY WHEKK THE TOURISTS WERE STUCK HAVE BEEN HUILT BY THE MIERA-SANDOVAL RRANCH OP THE OANO THAT IS NOW SEEK ING RE-ELECTION IN THIb STATE. The present county commissioners have been the first to co-operate with the automobile associations and the Commercial club and people of Albu querque to build a system of good roads. They have built dozens of miles of permanent, splendid road, which have enabled men like Fran cisco iHubbell to use automobiles In this valley. On the republican state administra tion's estimate and under Its super vision Bernalillo county appropriated 16,000 tor the North Fourth street road. The work done with this money is pronounced by the state en gineer and other experts as the best they have ever seen for the money. And we consider that this will hold the Trib-Cit for a season. BOY DIED PLAYING ON FAVORITE HARP Concord, Cal., Nov. 6. "I died playing on the harp," wrote Elmer Cota, 15 yenrg old today, as his life blood ebbed through two bullet wounds. Cota was found in the woodshed of his fathej's home, a 22 callbre rifle near him und under his hand laid the note: "I shot myself in the side fooling with the gun, and then I ended my self. 1 died playing on the harp." The pencil had slipped from his fingers as he tried to sign his name. As Indicated in the note, two wounds were found, one on his side and the other in his head. The hurp referred to was a Jews harp. ,- Xo Progress; In Hydo Trial. Kansas City, Mo., Nov. 6. Twenty-four veniremen were examined In the Hyde murder trial here today(but tonight there are no more talesmen In the box than there weje when court adjourned Saturday. Harry Waldron, of this city, was accepted bv bcth sides today, but Oeorge A. Smith, who qualified a week ago, was excused ; on account of illness. There are now twenty-five tempor ary Jury meti. Overdue Steamer Arrives. Winnipeg, Man., Nov. 6. The steamer Sequam, which was four days overdue, arrived at Port Arthur at neon today. She had taken shelter at Mlchatlcotena Island during a storm at sea. Where You May Find the Penitentiary Report Mr. Bursum has indignantly Risked what has become of the report of the Colorado expert accountants who revealed the disgraceful mess he made of the penitentiary accounts. We Should think Mr. Bursum would be content to let that report alone and would desire to forget It. If anyone has any doubt as to where a copy of that report may be found here is a letter from John R. DeMler, former penitentiary commissioner, which states the facts well known to the people: "Atumogordo, New Mexico. Nov. 5, 1911. "The Morning Journal, Albuquerque: ''I see the gang appears worried as to what has become of the Colorado experts' report on the management of the New Mexico penitentiary during the administration of Mr. Bursum. , "They want to know if Governor Hagermnn 'buried It.' "No, he did not; NEITHER DID HE RURN IT. , "WTille on the penitentiary board I had access to the original copy of the report, which is In the safe nt the penitentiary, where it properly belongs, be ing of Interest to that Institution. The Colorado expert examined tho books nt the prison not taking them away as Rafford did made out his report there, filed the original with the superintendent, where It could be found if any Interested person wanted to make comparisons between It and the records. "ALL THAT 19 ON FILE FROM REFEREE SAFFOltD Is a sum mom. served by the tficrlff on the superintendent to turn over all lxoks to the sheriff under penalty of the law If he fulled to do so; thereby making him vlo. latfi the law. Chapter 15. Section 5, Laws of 1907, which forbids the referee to remove any books or rcords from the building In which they were kept, "Respectfully,. ' ' "JOHN R. PKMtCR." Y.irh everyth:r,f t!- en !- tKkrt :rr-vo ally let. Trancts.-o Itutl-rH h -if the fwmM c;cvh end the J.hfroi V:.t. ;-j m..l :r.? his f.nai a.-n-r-4t . and heirt-r.nding tlfoit to land th iiiuot;. vmir.i.cion. His liinln effort all aluns 1in been to vlii t IVnl.l p. r a and Oabrb-I Samhet. both of whom lie N-llccg would l bin personal picvii county ommiesioners. Havtns sbandond hop for all th ist. Frsncisco will fight t th Ut? ditch to gei these two elected. DO YOC KNOW WHY, dear reader? It is nothing less than the old lure of the ASSESSMENT CINCH. The board of county commissioners sits as a board of equalization. If the Don owned the commission or a majority of It. he eould again lniurgeon as the Assessment Cinch Uosx. When they weren't good, he used to raise their as sessments. If he could do it again, it would be the realization of fond dieains of years. More than that, Mr. Voter With control of the roiinty cuiititiKiit. I-Yami-Ktt Hubbell, wIhm la.l relgn cst iIm county INO.IMIO clear tvhet. would again have control of the county fliiancc- We don't need to tell you what that means. It is up to you today to politely Invite Mr. Francisco Hubbell and his In dicted saloon keepers to go buck into the tail trees. MAKE IT UNANIMOUS! HID BETS SI HEW THKTM'DDRHLD TO Bib it WILL WIN PROPOSED San Miguel Democratic Leader Calls Charles A, Spiess; Republicans Desperate in San Miguel, rRpeelal DUimtrh U Moinlna Joaraall Las Vegas, N. M., Nov. 6. The big gest individual bet of the campaign here was made today when J. D. Hand, president of the Placlta Ranch company, and one of the dem ocratic leaders of San Miguel county, posted $1,000 even money with Charles A. Spiess, the republican leader, that W. C. McDonald would be elected governor of New Mexico to morrow. Spiess bet on H. O. Bur sum. ... . . k Dr. J. M. Cunningham, who was a witness of the bet between Messrs. Hand and Spiess, offered to bet Mr. Hand a thousand dollars that he would, lose his bet on McDonald. Hand promptly 'accepted the wager and went out to procure the money. Returning he found that Dr. Cun ningham had changed his mind. Tonight there, ,$ , more McDonald money In sight than ther are tak er i , ... . The republicans, the. past two dujTi. and especially today, resorted to des perate tactlcg in an effort to stem the tide against them In this county, which heretofore has been a seeth ing hot-bed of republicanism. Des pite their effortsi. San Miguel-.county tomorrow is expotcd to roll up a heavy voteiifor McDonald and the state and county tickets, which it is expected will materially trim the for mer republican majority of 1,600 un til It will dwindle to several hundred if it is not entirely wiped out. Tonight democratic headquarters downtown were thronged with peo ple. Impromptu speeches were made and enthusiasm was at high pitch. There will be democratic watchers at the polls tomorrow In every precinct In tho county and the progressive re publicans and democrats will be on hand In full force at the polls In East and West Las Vegas to see that no fraudulent voting or intimidation takes place. I'lcnd For Currency Itefonn. Washington, Nov. 6. A vigorous appeal for Immediate banking and currency reform legislation will he made to congress at Its approaching session by Secretary of the Treasury MacVengh. He expressed confidence today that a financial law will be enacted. Mr. MacVeagh endorsed the re vised Aldrlch plan of reform and with some modifications will recommend it to congress as a means of meeting the situation. Klcftion ret ii rim at the rastlme and Crystal tonight. STATE Til :t Passengers on Irrigation Con gress Special Will Have a Chance to Visit New York (Special CorroapondMca la Maralag Joaraal Chicago, 111., Nov. 6. State delega tlons to the National Irrigation Con gress at Chicago December 5-9 next are coming on special trains from the west, north and south. The most elab orate' plans at present are those of the New Mexico delegation. Col. W. S. Hopewell writes to the congress headquarters here from Al buquerque, N. M., that a special train has been arranged for, to be called the "New Stale" train, which will carry delegates to the national Irrl gatlon congress to the number of two or three hundred. This train will leave New Mexico In time to visit New York and Wash Ington and return to Chicago tn time Tor the irrigation congress and the land show here, after which the party will disband and the members return home as they prefer. Col. Hopewell writes: "The 'New State' train will carry banners endors Ing the National Irrigation Congress and we believe It will be of great benefit to the Irrigation congress, the new state of New Mexico and the de velopment of the west." Nebraska Is another slate which will send a special delegation. State Engineer D. I). Price writes to the irrigation congress from Lincoln, as follows: "The Nebraska Slate Irriga tion association meets in Bridgeport, on November 14 and lfi, at which time it is the plan to arouse consid erable, enthusiasm to secure a large delegation to the national conven tion In Chicago. We are looking for ward to a very successful state meet ing and also to bringing a large dele agtion to the national convention. It has been planned to charter one or more Pullmans from the slate of Nebraska, to Chicago and return. In this way we will be able to keep our delegation more together and thus ob tain better results.'' Special delegations In chartered cars will attend from several other states. Large and enthusiastic dele gations are expected from Arizona, the home of II. A. Fowler, president of the congress: Washington, tho res Ideiice of R. Inslnger, chairman of the board of governors; Missouri, the home of Fred W. Fleming, first vice president; Montana, tlie home of L. Newman, second vice-president; Col orado, where the third vice president, A. Q. Watson, resides; California, the home of Fourth Vice President John Falrweather; Wyoming, the residence of Fifth Vice President II. C. Buffum, us well as Idaho, Kansas, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Okla homa, Oregon, Texas and I'lah. The attention being paid this year to drainage, has interested the south ern and eastern states and largo dele gations are expected to represnt thin. Is the Count'Broke"? e Here are the bnlances on band, aggregating S7,813.92, .as given In the report of the treasurer of Uernitllilo county, undor date of September SO, e 191.1, the last report Issued: (lei'feral county fund t for 1911 f 8.763.15 Court fund 5.107.3 8 Interest and sinking fund 31.087.42 e School . 3,337.8 Animal bounty .... 550.71 itoad and bridge .. 1H9.4S Court house snd Jail 1,284.1 3 General road 2,655.1 2 District attorney .... B0. 48 Territorial treasurer 54D.65 e e Treasurer's commls- slon 1,912.46 Assessor's commls- e slon . 1,047. KB Bridge building and repair B, 860, 22 General county, 1910 and previous .... 4.536.32 Deficiency fund .... 5,302.42 Flood 1,606.05 ('amino Real 1,669. Kit Hoarding prisoners . 2,720.12 e Judgment 50.26 Cltv Albuquerque .. 1.187.80 Rond District No. 1 695.65 Uosd District No. 2 . 123.20 Institute .25 e Various school dls- trlcts , , 435.66 School District No. 22, Building fund . 168.83 Bridge fund 2.48 - ' t Total , $87,813.92 M la L-J"- s it Put that money back Just forget that "roof expense item. Put the "repair money" back in your pocket. You're not going to need it. This time, before you cover your build ings, you're going to investigate prepared roofings and as sure as you do, you'll use Peerless. Your money does more than its share when it brings Peerless Prepared Roofing. The moment your building is covered with Peerless, all expense ceases, this roofing; is on for good. You can forget your "roof troubles" for will end them. The real quality that's in the material insures wear on the roof. Remember that there's a twenty year old reputation behind every roll of roofing that bears the Peerless mark. The makers have to make Peerless so it makes good, because they can't afford to sacrifice the presdge they've spent twenty years a'building. We've samples here for you. Come and get them. We've informa tion that will save you dollars real ones on the next building you roof. Find out about it today. J. C Baldridge Lumber Co. paints oils ;lss fmknt. ktc, Albuquerque, iV ai. lies Action Made Necessary by Pro visions of Obnoxious New Mexico Law Aimed to Pre vent Independent Tickets The progreMilvft reptibllcnn ciinill- dates of the Second Judicial and Fifth senutorlul district tickets and on the Bernalillo county tickets, yesterday morning filed with County Recorder Walker an Interesting document In which they decline nomination on the progressive republican ticket and ac cept places on the straight democra tic ticket. This action, it Is pointed out tn tho statement filed with the re corder. Is iiisde necessary by the pe culiar provision of the present New Mexico law, pussed by tlie gang Which makes an Independent ticket practical ly Impossible In a general election. The candidates, while announcing their adherence to the principles of the national republican party, set forth that they are compelled to make the race on the slnvlMlit democratic ticket, the only alternative being the abandonment of tlin light for Kood t'ernmcMt In ibis countv and dis trict. Following Is the statement: Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 31, 1911. To A. 10. Walker, l'riilmte Clerk and lleeorder, Hernallllo County, City. We, the undersigned, the progres sive republican nominees for tne inn ing Hernallllo county Judicial and dis trict election to be held on November 7, 1911. fur county and district of fices, hereby decline to accept the nomination presented by snld progres sive convention, and, for the pur poses or the local Issue commuting the people of this district, accept the nominations on the regular democrn tic ticket heretofore filed tn Die of- llce of the probate clerk and ex-of-flrlo recorder of Hernallllo county on the 24th day of October, lll. We Hie compelled to take this course on account of the stale of the law prohibiting the running of an In dependent ticket. Till" Ih'v, we are In formed, was put upon the statute books for the express purpose of pre venting an expression of nplnlrn by the people In just such a case as the present one. Although the law Is of doubtful validity, acting contrary to Its provisions would Involve the re sult of this election In n legal coolest, We are confronted with this situation: We must, either Klve up the contest for good government or run upon the democratic ticket. We hereby declare that we are re publicans, and we maintain our Al legiance to the republican national cause and express our belief In nn attachment to the principles of the national republican platform. ' We rcurct that local conditions In Hernallllo county snd the state hi' the territorial law upon (he subject; of elections compel us to take this step, bill, we firmly belleyo that It l bet ut to do u l Uatt ulauJuu Ulu ' aaV PROGRESSIVES RUN 0NDEM0CRAT1C TICKET ' " .1 IJ of good government In the county and district, or Jeopardize the result of this election In a legal contest. HKllHl'IHT F. KAYNOLDH. Nominee for district judge. A. E. WALK Kit, Nomlnen for county elerk. FltKl) 11. HKVN, Nominee for county assessor. ALFHKD UUUKHKtiLI), Nominee for county commissioner, J. ST A A 11, Nominee for probate Judge. JESUS ItoMF.Ko, Nominee for sheriff. JOHN H. mum. Nominee for representative, M. It. Sl'UlNOKU, Nominee fur counly commissioner. I'ol.lf AlllMo Alt.MIJO, Nominee for countv commissioner. To MAS A. (tlJHl'LK, Nominee for representative. J. F. Sl'LZKK, Nominee for senator Fifth district. ATANASIO MONTOYA. Nominee for counly school superin tendent. Kletlloii returns Ht the, pastime ami Crystal lonllit. Why You Need Romero as Your Sheriff Tiernallllo county needs Jesus lioinero, the man characterlxed by o. A. Lurrazolo as "an hon- est man whom I respect thor- oughly," ns sheriff, bectiuse: He Is honest. He Is efficient. fie Is fearless. He is the uncompromising foe of Hubbelllsm and graft and extravagance. His encmlcH have never been able to point to a single cent taken Illegally from the counly. He has conducted tin- office from fill. OHO to 1 5,000 cheap- er than did Mr. Hubbell' last sheriff, Mr. Hubbell Is ngaln-t hint need we tell you why? Mr. McMlllIn Is against him because the tov marshal WANTS A Nt TH Kit TWKLVK - Y KA 11 Jot). The only kick you have heard on the honest Mr. llomcro lias been In Kraliclsco Hubhelt'a paper and from the Hps of the Perpetual Incompetent. t Hardly convincing, eh? t Vote for lioinero and honesty, economy and efficiency. Ktaodfe Sarsaparilla Eradicates scrofula and all other humors, cures all their effects, makes the blood rich and abundant, strengthens all the vital organs. Take it. Qet It today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablata called Saraatabs.