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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9,1911.
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An ilrrwa, now a rndldnt for the Unit ed State genate, base hi rlaim for the honor of being one of New Met ho' flrt . tiator prim Ipnlly on hi alleged effort on helmlf of the old loldiera, t It would appear from the newspa per article sent out by Mr. Andrew that Dill Interesting old gentleman ha the Inside track on the pension bureau and that pehon to deserv ing veteran In New Mexico are e rured only through him. From time to time long list of "penion secured through th efforts of IMetnite Andrew" are published in such papers a art In the pay of he delegate, and these list contain the name of all old sol, Hers granted pensions In New Mexico. It Is barely possible that there ure n few men In New Mexico who believe that IMegnte Andrews could, If he were so disponed, secure them pen- j Uns. Hut the number of these, if there are any such men, I small In deed. , . Th war veteran In New Mexico, a a ila, are far too intelligent and far too familiar with the law of the United States to be deceived by any to ri a preposterous claim. They know that the granting of pension Is gov erned by the strictest federal law. They know that pension ace never granted a a favor to any senator or oori-srcsKtimn, much less a voteless deli gate III congrewi. Claim for pension are presented to the bureau In Washington on blank furnished fr by the government, all that I required being the signature and seal of a notary public, which may le procured upon payment of a trifling fee, generally Z5 cen'n. When the claim Is received In WbhIi Inston II I rlnldly Investigated, In many case a special auent being sent out to Interview the aVpHcht In per son, and If the fact a set forth In the application are found to be cor rect, the applicant I usually notified to appear before a medical examiner, who make an official report on the physical condition of the claimant. After these step have been taken anj It I ascertained that the claim I well founded and according trt h. the pension l granted and the claim ant 1 notified that hi iinme ha been placed on the roll. And Just here Is whfre leegate Andrews cmiipi In. Tho "Man Who Does Thing." cm ploy a secretary, who Is paid by the government, and part of this sec retary duties is to keep In touch wltll the pension ottlcc. Immediately a pension Is granted a resident of N'ew Mexico, a letter, signed by IVIcnute Andrew, I sent the successful appli cant. Informing him that, through the strenuous effort of New Mexico' able representative In the congress, he has been granted a pension of $. .. !me notl f the granting of the pen sion is Brut to all the newspaper friendly to Mr. Andrew niid thus an impression I created that the dele gate 1 a powerful man In the na tional capital. It will he hotUVd that many of the men to whom pensions are granted are resident at Fort Bayard, N. M. At Kort Ilayard Is located the army san- Itarlum, the Inmates of which, w hen they are discharged from the service for disability, are automatically en- titled to pern-Ions providing their d!- ability was contented In the line of rtuty.lt Is s.ife to any that a majority of these regular army nun who are thus granted pensions never even hiard of Delegate Andrews, but this does not prevent that gentleman from riuimlng the credit for Securing them. That political harpy, who, though in the prime of young manhood when the civil war broke out, never served a day In the army, should he allowed to make political capital Out of the government s generosity to It defend ers 1 a sad slate of affair. Hut sad der still Is the spectacle of a state, mcnt, sinned by genuine old soldiers, isolng the rounds of tho prs to the effect that Delegate Andrew I a friend of the veterans and has really asslsled In the securing of pension. The men who sign thl statement linow that tile only way In which Del-j gate Andrew could assist In tho e-1 curing nf u pension that would not be nccured Juat a cssiiy without hi as- slstance I by I mud. and Delegate An- drew lis nf rr been aoctincU of cotn tn 11 1 lug oilier. fraud In th liUcr-nt of A t ATTIlOPK AVF11TFTW The Vnlted State navy ?pcr.Mr' association, an or sanitation mail up of the ladle mho have assisted In Uun hint Amrrfcan warship by breaking the Intlippenxable bottle of chanu-agne over the bow a, ha served notice that no "climber' need apply fur admission. Id to far aa lie In their power th members of thin Important associa lion a ill to It that the vast In tcrests and riolilf tradition of tham- ragne-breakinc confided to It hall n--t be t-etrayed or Imperiled by the ,ldmilon of person not pusseaeing the most unquestioned credentials. It was. r Juil4tc from th Wash ing'on dispatch, with no Aeilrs to hunjliate the ls fortunate mem ber of their sex, who hava never per- inally launched a li.ittlf.hlp with hampflgne. that th officers of the of their position, Th step wa forced on theirt by th activity of on of th "climber." Mis Dorothy Loud, daughter of Consrcssman Loud of Michigan, mprnWr of the house committee on navnl affair was the lady who pre ilnumed tne iaue. Miss i.oiki, it ft.a.1 k . .1 .k. .,1.. . ... nf eem. had had the pleasure of act Ing a jmor at the launching of the Neptune, the prixe miller of the navy and the biggest thing of Its kind float Oo th ground of thl per formanie she asked admission to the Navy fJponaor' soc!atlon. No sooner had the officials of the organization discovered that a collier wa not only not a warship but that It wa actually used to carry coal than they firmly rejected Mis Loud' ap plication. A warslil.o a a warship and a collier as a collier. They could not overlook that distinction without being false to the trust reposed In them. However, they were not unduly hard on the nsplrliu "climber. They readily understood the at traction which membership In their noble organisation had for tin ambi tious young woman. And o they sea- soned their rejection of her ppllc tlon by the auggestlon that If In some way she could perfect tier credential by ipomorlng a regular, clean war ship, they would pardon her recent effrontery and admit her to member ship. Th whole country will no doubt npplaud the spirited stand taken by the officers of the I'nlted htate Navy Sponsors association. Had that fam ous organization whose very mention (ill the bosom of every patriotic American with surging pride and grat ification, consented to tamper with Its high standard of memhernhlp, It would have been almost a public ca lamity. It I Indeed ft pleasure to reflect that in these day when intrigue and ambition tan land the unworthy In no many places of distinction and pro fit, that here Is one organization that Is determined to mutntalit H own patriotic exclusltencH and to hand down to future generation a record untarnished by the successful effurts of "climbers" to gain admittance to It sacred precinct. We feel a certain sympathy with Miss Loud. Hut the Importunes of the Issue here raised overshadows the Individual' feeling completely. If the sponsor of a collier were admitted to membership, the sponsor of govern ment tug and lighthouse tender and revenue cutter and all other craft would aoon follow In her wake and make the spotinor' association a democratic us a White House recep tion. The line must be drawn somewhere. And there I no belter place to draw It, In the sponsoring-, as well a In thi weekly periodical field, than at Colliers. NO Sttmil U.ltIHT. "Hut of all these hundred of crime, not one ha ever been prov ed to hava sprung from a labor union's council," say Samuel Gomp era, president of the American Feder ation of Labor. Homebody helped the McNamura plot their crime, says the New York World. Somebody provided them with money to carry on their nefar ious operations. Somebody made far-reaching plans for their defense. Homebody attended to the matter of bribing the Jury, Somebody had some thing to do with all the other dna-mltlng- outrage and murders that have taken place In the laat five year In the course of quarrel between con tractors and union. Mr. Gomper I right when he sa nothing has been "proved" j Inst any labor union's council, jfluch a defense reveal the great j weakness of orMlilzcd labor at this time. The public doe not know j what has taken place in lahor-unlon j councils. Most nf the union men themselves do not know and have no mean of knowing. They are quite n Ignorant an other people of what goes on In these secret councils, or ganization that work In the dark In vite atiKplclon and must take the con sequence. organised labor cannot be rehabil itated by a scotch verdict. It moat clean homo, dethrone Its secret oil gafchles. make itself responsible un der the law, provide for proper pub licity of It affairs, acvount for tho money that Is raised and spent, and work In the open. The System that produced the Mc .Samara must be destroyed, for the System la a menace to unionism as well as to society, Teddy, the Afrlcun hunter, lias broken loose aguln. I there no balm In nurv remembrance of tho stuffed animals? According t0 Sinclair' testimony life at Arden wa not like Eden. CAPITAL) rrXls.HMF-.Vr- SCOHES IIKWILY. Th mot earnest advocate of thf total abolition of capital punishment nuirt admit that th fntltion of those alio briirv that laaa inaklr: d.ath th penalty f r ciitain crime are BM'ary, h.t t.en srtly ttrTKth-neJ fcy lh- ontoome of th? Mo.Vamara can. It la inttn-ating to note the far-rtai hing rfi-ta of th CalifornlA atatute hirh put ft with in Hie diocretion of th covrt td sent ence persona found guilty of mirrdrr in th flrat dtree to euwutiou. The MoNaniAras confesyed to av-j their Uvea. They lawyer aoy a-j. They aald o thenfelvea. Jamea P. McNamara hoped for nothing moro than the difference between hansins and imprisonri-nt for life, it wa the fear of Jeath that opened' n a motiih and bro ii,ht a fault th 1ra- matic end of ta trial. And whe momentoua con'nieniea hinge upjn that action! If the McNamara hid fought their fight out to tli end there would al- waj have been million of men In the country aure of their Innocence. It would not have mattered If they nan been coriVKiea. mat woum nave I U.n lt... .KA woatllt ..f f.luA al. been called the result of fal.se tetl mony and local prejudice. They would have been martyr In the eye of a multitude of their fellow countrymen. If punished, and If set free by ac quittal or through the disagreement of the Jury they would have been hailed aa heroes. Then the militant labor leader of the more extreme sort, the apostle of violence. Including Kociallsts like Kugene Debs, with hla calls tor "heroca" and "martyrs," and "m.-n Hot afraid to die," would have suf fered little or no loss of power and prestige through tho dynamite Ciise. They might even hav gained. In onie quarter. Thera could not possibly have teen any such triumph for i;nv and order and public safety a lias been Witnessed In the confession of the McNarniirn. Now It seems certain that bribe giver, who tried to corrupt the Jury, will bo caught ahd brought to Justice. There Is A fair prospect that the whole dynamite conspiracy will be Uncovered and the men who "pulled off" other explosion destructive to life and property will be aeiit to the penitentiary. Organised labor is go ing lo be more fittingly and honest ly led, In certain places and certain union where the upright And sound men of the rank and file of the In dustrial army have been deceived and shamed by it unworthy officer. All this because the fear of death hung dark over the two prisoner In I.os Angeles and Its shadow haunted their lawyers. Not In many years, anywhere In tho world, has there been so strong an argument for capital punishment u thl one trial, hardly begun, has furnished. In 1870 Wendell Phillips declared that "Labor,., 'he creator of wealth. U entitled to all It create." To found a government on this principle Is to prove that the aborigines of this country were wiser men than we; If labor got onlj what It created It would remain savage exchange and transportation demand something more than labor. Massachusetts refuses to believe that her Homitor Crane wrote a letter In which he repudiated tho candidacy of Taft and annexed himself to the prospective ltoosevelt column, Nov who has been telling the secrets kept In the closed desk at Oyster Pay of in the careful mind of the bouncing Colonel? Were It not for tho International i mil against cruel and unuMuai forms of punishment, there might be some danger that the Mum-hug would be compelled to answer all the ques tion Wu Ting-fang cun ask- However, the president of the new republic of China will not. for some time to come, have any difficulty In reMittlnu; the temptation to go on tt speech-making tour. It has been proven that Mr. Tafi prefer freedom to office; but now that he has said it himself, we wunl to know if the salary doesn't come In hands. Governor Kos I manifesting a ret bence concerning Mr. Pryan's en lioihement of hlni which may Indicate that he haa been presented with some thing he doesn't want. Hiixn't Andrew Carnegie thought ot the possibility of ending the war in Tripoli l,v getting the Italian. Tnks and Arab interustcd In the simplified spelling? Perhaps it Is safe to say that Pres ident Taft has now secured the con currence or San Domingo to his unl versul peace project. Iet a report of I mures be made. Soma of our early naval heroes were little better than pirates, ac cording to Mr. Taft. That la obout what Uudvard Kipling; called John i'uul Jones. Perhaps, after all, thosa supposed canals on Mara, are merely streaks lh the atmosohers made by retiring of ficeholder after the recall has been applied to them. The Island of Luxon recently had kS Inches of rainfall In three days. Even the "wet" there probably con ridcrcd this too much of a good thing. Senator Stephenson may be declar ed not saltty. But U' better than an even wager that he will henltate a long time before trying It again. . Hnlf million dollar ha bn p prorriated for the approach to th Manmttan aide of Prooklyn bridge wime toll to get to Gotham. Collier' rage over so-called trav esty on Jus'lce. Put hen it names itelf the nation j weekly, what aort of traveaty Is that? The cell d luxe for bank-wreckers is also another efficient lesson Incul cating the inequality of criminals be fore th law. An arbitration treaty applying to the contributing and the other edi tor is the next thing In order tot the cause of peace. Harry Thaw Is studlng law. Prob- ably to find out the process by which his lawyers separated him from his money. representative Mann says congress won't do anything this winter. He probably means that It won t If he can help It. It is to be hoped that the American suffragette will adhere permanently to the policy- of confining, their use of brick to the Ice cream kind. Pari sterilises Its water with ultra, violet rays. Kentucky, on the other hand, uea a steriliser which Imparts an ultra-violet tint to the nose. . In Lighter Vein On the) Conductor. Dr. Nicholas Murray Puller was talking In th saloon of the Kaiser Wllhelm II about American honesty. "For all our muck-raking writers," he said, ' I think that the American people are the most hon est people in th world. I an Amer ican ever subjected at home to the) petty cheats and extortion to which he I subjected In I'nrope?" Then, apropos of foreign honesty, Dr. Putter told a railroad story. "On a foreign railroad," he said. "a commuter had a row with the conductor. At the end of the row the commuter turned to a friend nnd said: " 'Well, the P. P. (t. will never see another cent of my money after thl.' "The conductor, who Wa depart ing, looked back, nnd snarled: 'What'U you do? Walk?" " 'Oh, no', said the commuter. 'I'll stop buying tickets nnd pay fare to you.' " Washington Star. ImiMirtant to Her. "Mow absurd some of the nbout married people are!" he. "Aren't they?" laughed hla jokes says fian- cee. "I read some, today about mnrrled nun having to wash the dishes, and that sort of thing." "Perfectly rMiculou'" "As If a man- ever would have to wash the - dishes after he got mar ried!" . . ,r "Silly!" i I What the Editors Are Saying About Andrews'! TIk I1uU' Xcrn. Governor Hagerman, the Pennsyl vania Development company, and "Hull" Andrew will be given space In these columns shortly. -That "Hull'' ha got a nerve to expect to be a Unit ed Htute senator from New Mexico after what he ha done. -San Juan Index. . Working ilie Yrtrrs.it. Andrews i a past grand when It comes to playing politic. He is now playing the old soldier fake to get to the U. 8. senate. One of the "com- rudes" got up a column of comrade dope a short time ago and It Is run ning In every Issue of the republican pre. Thut scheme played out years ago In the states, but Andrews prob ably figured that the first legisla ture we ure to have In New- Mexico will be susceptible to occult Influ ences and I rushing the old soldier as a growler. Mountalnalr Messen ger. A Valuable Correspondent. Delegate Andrews Is a valuable correspondent for the New Mexican from the seat of war in Washing ton. He sends all the new (about Andrew) every day by wire. Ac cording to Pull. Andrews Is the busirftt man In congress or out of It. He I laboring to secure some "Important legislation for New Mexi co before the holiday recess." says th latest wireless. He may labor and labor. W If he get farther than the pigeon holes of the committee room he will surprise himself and the rest of us. -rtaton Range. Andrew for Senator. Poor iilti 1-crtilt dishonored ltlltl Andrew', the man who so boldly and defiantly defied the bill four to try to j away. If ne la secret i trying to ue puih the Flood resolution through tho ' fuddle the situation and delay state senate Is ailently plvlng hi finest arts ! hood, he Is actuated by motives of to secure one of the United states: .... I senatorships. His principal nopa lies in his el forts made for pensions for old soldiers, which action was only a part of his duty and whatever effort wns mado by him In that direction waa commendable. Put the claim made by the old gang that the allow ing of over 5.000 pensions ta old soldiers of New Mexico Is due wholly to his efforts only Implies that the claimants are too Ignorant to look ufter their own affairs, and Is an In sult to the intelligence of the old soldiery. The real gist of the Andrew sup. port Is that the real heart of the old gang Is not going to urrender. He ha served them well, and they Mill have need t him. n Juan Demo crat. t'njiiHl Insinuation. The Santa Fs correspondent of the Albuuiierque Morning Journal inti mates that the talk about congres sional Interference In affairs New Mexk'kn and tin consequent delaying of the final coominunutlon of state hood originated mj ha been kept live by those cloae to W. H. Andrews. This correspondent call attention t) the fact that the salary of delegat to congress is the same ai that OT en. atof. and that under the Tnmfjrn tcrma of the enabling ucl, William Henry U sure of (hat $T.S00 per until state hood is an establ ihed fact This tat- -'Seems to ie they - could find something; funnier than that to print." "Indeed, yes!'' "How does anybody ever haonen 10 write such nonsense" "Bui. dearest " Ts. my angel!" Tou do know how to wash; uisnrs, a on I yu 7- judges Lib rary. What II.- lYof.-rreil. A Cincinnati lawyer recently re marked that the juryman who toward th end of a very long trial wished to know what the terms plaintiff" and "defendant" signified la not alone in his ignorance. The' lawyer mentioned tells of a man whose eont had ,heen stolen. He ha charged a suspicious looking person with the theft. "You say that this man stole your coat?" asked the magistrate. "Do I llrwlr.ln nd that villi nr-fur fitiana. I against him?" "Well, no, your honor," responded the plaintiff. "I prefer the coat. it's al) the same to you. Llppln cott'i Magazine, Rehearsal. An amateur charity worker visit ing a family in the tenement district waa alarmed to see the mother dash a cup of cold water in the face of the baby she had Just finished dress ing. Too polite to express her amase ment the visitor held her breath, ex pecting the air to be rent witft screams. When none came, the child merely whimpering, she said: "Dear me, I should think he'd object more than that. "Wouldn't ye. now?" said the fond mother, admiringly. "Sure I've been practicing on him Tor three weeks. He Won't yell when he' bap tised next Sunday. He'll be used to It." Ladles' Home Journal A fienlim Who Work. Robert W, Chambers, the novelist, was called a genius the other day at the Century club in New York. Put Mr. Chambers, with hi wont ed charming modesty, denied that he was a genius. "I'nlhsu, Indeed," he added, "we accept the definition that genius Is 1 percent Inspiration and 9 percent perspiration." New York Tribune. . , T. A new nnd first class bnkery has been opened nt 220 South Second street, by J. A. Erwnod. formerly of Illinois. Mr. Erwood has for mAny Ho. i-m l.an In .tin l-talrlnn. l.oulnaoa In the eastern state, and comes here' with n mil Vnnu-leduo nf how to make and serve the best that can be pro duced In bakery good. The finest of bread will be baked and delivered daily to all parts of the city. Fancy cakes for parties, wed dings, and all special occasions will be furnished on order and the quality will he the very best. Special af tentlon will be given o this feuturf. The bake shop is modem In equip ment and absolute cleanliness Is rig idly enforced. The new bake shop will no doubt enjoy a quick response to ItH efforts to serve the public. I tor fact probably hus given color to the suspicion that the man from Pllts Alhu Is not so confoundedly anxious for statehood after all. It may nlso have been the prlmunl mobile of the promise of the New Mexican that if William the Silent would "'net busy" and secure a much desired procla mation from William the Fut, he, Wil liam the Silent, could have a sena torial toga. It Is extremety hard for tho News to believe that this great and good man is double dealing with the peo ple of New Mexico utter all that he ha accomplished for us in the past. In addition to writing some thou sands of letters to denizens In New Mexico, telling them that the depart ment In charge bad granted them pensions, through hi instrumental ity alone, did lie secure the entire delegation from Pennsylvania to vots against the Flood resolution, granting us statehood. Ha he not shown so much solicitude for New Mexico and it welfare that he is even susplclon ed of wrecking the Enterprise Nation al bank nnd causing the cashier to commit suicide in order to have funds for New Mexico development and to secure bis continuance in the offict of delegate to congress? He has told the people of New Mexico that he would secure them the boon of rtate hood If they would continue to send him to congress, nnd did he not tm-medlHtel- "MnreWs" " 'he fat otin signed the Flood resolution last Au gust? Who la there so skeptical as to doul)t tnat ne i0VM New Mexico and Ur p,0,,ef Ha he not told us so 1 n)lllSt?;r7 Te News hn known for some time that the gang republicans were trying to make this good man play the role of lemon; they thought they ban squeezed an me juice out f of him and wanted to throw the rind pare pmnnu.ni ... ""i ml. 1.1. ....I 1m l.lu .ill semen uoii ui .ew Aiexicaim oc on- said so his own self," Roswel! Morninir Nwa. Twisting the- Hull s Toll. Now- that the state election is over j in iew .mexicu himi io? ieuciieiio bosses have received what they legi timately had coming, the rank and file of the party Is beginning to turn upon the former leaders and are add ing to the load of Ignominy thev aro. AMUSEMENTS. Coal and Socond, Great Randolph Hypnotic Show This Week Every Xlglit 7:80. Ma Units Saturday and Sunday 3 p. in. GKnt.L ADMISSION loc I I BAKERY 0 S OfJS.SEGONDS ON THEATER i I i 7 1 I -. e,w i. is-. ! ' If ' is TXADC-MAftK compelled to boar. The Katon Rang.?, a republican newspaper or Colf.ix county, Ik among the number of agen cies now actively at work in that di rection, us It goes after Delegate An drews, one of the big bossies, nnd pro- reeds to twist the Hull's tail In the j following very energetic manner: Delegate to Congress Andrews, ha been holding court at the Palaco Mo tel In Santa Fe and distributing cam. paiRn seeds to all who would visit his stalls. Hull will be out of a job pretty ?oon, and ho wants that toga worse than uny Colfax county demo crat over wanted woodchuek. The busy bee is an Idle drone compared with Hull, the toga hunter. Put Hull is goiiiir to have an awakening when the time comes, ami wl!J he astonished to learn now tnucr. I ' ' .ucx. co conci riiui 8 Ml. SLS H ft 1 I 1 f4 '& III BEE Christmas Box Stationery The Famaus Crane Line. Christmas Calendars. Conklin and Waterman Fountain Pens. Gift Books. Juvenile Books. O. A. MATS ON & COMPANY .AW'WWt r Out Of The Ordinary E Christmas Gifts J. Ml. 'I ... It it - ti iv . rA":,. r,f '.;''; A I Pocket Rubber Stamps, each 25c. Engraved Cards and Plate, per hundred, $1.65. Conductor's Train Book Covers, full Russia leather $1.50 I IllIipMANlUEACrURING Vioksmrcmjw ft).. Neither can you build up your nerves ivith alcoholic remedies. To be Self-Reliant, nerves must have a food-tonic that nour ishes and builds up the entire system. T5i a i the World's Standard Body-Baildcr and Nerve-Food- Tonic. ALL DRUGGISTS U-j? statehood and pensions. It Is pre. mature to go into his demerits nt UiIm lime, but he will i;et bis good and plenty when the issito is before the legislature. No greater calamity could befall tho new state than that he should be foisted onto tt for .1 term us I'liltoii Stales senator, and that calamity will be averted. The letters received in New Mexi co from his ussocintes in congress protesting against his being return, ed to that body ns a senator from New Mexico, will furnish very Inter, estins leading, and they will bo pub lished. Ho has bull-Conned and bulldozed New Mexico lonu onoiuTi, and only invites his political destruction by pushing himself forward in the shameless way he is adopting. El Paso Times. CARD RECIPE OUTFIT. A delight to every woman Who Cooks. Easier to handle than the old fashioned cook book. Cloth covered box, $1.25. Oak box, $2.00. M GERMAN-MILLED ress flour- the answer to every Baking Problem. It's Firw-Whiter artd More Uniform. Made by LARABEES Famous GERMAN PROCESS A ROGERS' SILVERWARE) COUPON IN EVERYSACKJ GROSS, KELLY & CO (Wholesale Grocers.) Albuquerque, Tiicumcnil, U Las Vega., X. SI I'ccos, Howe, Coro ua, Trinidad. Coin.