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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1911.
. !! I 4)4) I I t M
PIG PREVENTED GOVEHNMEH
. TAFT THINKS
EHTOBY THE
. MAMMOTH MEAT
M
ARE YOU READY FOR IT?
Witness Tells of How Hiinimnit' Alleged fake Promoter On I lial Ovciiludy and Delayed Wed-. Executive Coininithr Considers
Piesident Opposes Nation Wide!
and Other Money Kinas Weie
hi New Yoik Cast Into Tombs
din.u Said to Have Unbal
Appointments a:d General
Movement to Enlist Federal
Aid in Highway Improvement;
Too Expensive, Says He.
to Finance Billion Dollar Con
solidation.
Without Bail; Ai rest "In In
terest of Justice."
anced Mind of Colored Stu
dent of Omaha.
Policy of Incoming Demo
cratic Administration.
FOUR
f FINDS fiEG RO M ED !C0 H ID D EMOCfl ATIG J USTA'M R
i i i
PLOTTDBRIBE FOR DEATH DF N U T I
STATESflUBHTTO
ERGER
JURYMEN
EN WIN SANTA FE
BU ROADS
llr rl Juimil wri.il I f-J lr
i'hiciK'. ihi'. ;;M!in M f -
lef. HtKiftu-i o S.lPt iill't cnlupall.'.
jin. the f't wiinc iiilliil lv liu
government l the 1 1 III of !h' lit)
Chicago pnikcl ti-llll'd buhlv lh.it
the iti I 'ir'im!" ! lo eflorm I"
organize a nuigi I In tin- mi in m-r el
HQ 2 and lliul t'n ir ln.rlii tu finance
the cnlei pi -ic iimm-ces-i ul In
both InntHiii "i"
Th' Inst plan was to III' III. Ii' th'
AinuHir, iwift, iM"rri unit I'mluhv In
terest llllll till' 'l upo-cil CUI pi'lHlloll
Kiln In hi- cupll.llilO'll f'T f !.' I, ((,. IMItl
divided a- f-ll"-: II In llll Tr.n.-
orni, pi.'iiiM'.i stuck, nm .;:(!. hum.
1'iinimmi (, k. $, I 2,(ui" in.
After Hie pi'mimlcrs Inn) full it I"
fluent e thin rnMii-liliin thrutiith Kuliii.
Iai'U mm. I i niiipiiin iif Xi Vml-. tin
jilutl was i Imniifil In provide l"- h
capilalialioii nf f . 7 . 0 o. km. , tit tin
I'ulnlltiiill iif till' nii'lli market nimh
II ImpfMiMt In finance the m..i1llli-tl
ilnit.
Mr. Veidi-r H'xlHI.'il thm lv II liar
rltnan, Junto Htlllnmn ntuJ ether NV
Turk fliBim hm rtrr In have furnished
the 'Hitid fur the, 11k corporation
and ttii- Milium they were In liuvn re
ceived nx e uiupili.itlnit was $10.0(1.
(Hn. 1 ' , ,
The lut ii'iimiHtui ' ': swirt was in
liii ve been' president of llu- great mi-r-ger
Edward I". Morris unit Michael
Cudiihy were In have been vice presi
dents iin'l J. OK'li'n Armour win to
hve l.ftn rhalnnun of the, executive
llll f ) nil !! committees.
"The entire tilitn fi ll through because-
i.f lit promoters' llinlilllly In
finance It line lo the panic, of li'O.'l,"
explained Mr. Vocihr.
Thi' wIliii-Ki then told nf Ihi' organl
mitlon nf the National 1'ackliig com
Miiy March IS, iu:i, hut cl ti ! I thai
It liinl ii Ii connection with Hit' pro
posed hlif mergi r.
"Aftir Dm ini'iKiT ilah hint falliilil.. ... .
Ihru.iuh MIIih.. Cinli.hy iliuii.il out
nf tin- inn Iiii-ihIiIii wllh Ariiiuiir, Fwlrt
nml MnrrlH mnl nt his Ttiii-nt wim m-li'iiai-it
finm all nhllKatlnim liniuKril tij
lhi ruiitiai l," -f.it I r J Mr. Winter. "Thn
NkiIi'IihI I'm klni! i-iiiiiiiHtiy whs ihmi
nrg tiilxpil In i niry nn thn Intuitu ul
On- I'liiiri'i'tiN )iiitvhiisi it tn tie Int-liHletl
til the hii-lKi'f."
Chmnhrrlaln i plnninfh nml l.teer
Ttlr1 iln nut nii'kf ii ur nrlnt, ntirt
may bo taken Hli pufoil nfrty hy
III itiiiHt iliilkutd wmnaii nr the
yntiriKi-nt rhllil. Thn nlil ami ft-nhle
Hill ulsii fin, I them A must aitltahlii
remedy for 1111111? and atrftittthi nlng
their WrHketied dluiutluM uml for
rt'i-iilailiiK tin. liownla. For aula '1)
all draU-ra
Gonzales
Confess
Peralta
Fiic.id I
and Wife of Victim
to Feat f u! Ciimc at
Because Slayer 's
'cached On Him,
Held in the nl I Jut)
us 11 i-i-snli ul a licui Iin: I.
1 I' 1'tai . I : -1 . 1 , . I -1 . . . . H.iil.
1 1 111 1 m ml with 1 ti 11 III 1 , Si
,llle, ami ,M I H, Adnlfn I i
w lih
ill I., ul
lull' Jin-lire
, ill I'cl-.illll,
liilliult lull
iiiy.a lea. whu
I'll TlJlKll,,)
I1I111. Ic, I ami
li.U.-- Inifh.,
1 iii-la 11 unit
Hut ,p in IIh ,,
ti riiay Slll.rt
4 mill .-ihi
In lnl
I lu III
iii'iiili't-
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j.iil at I .t 'M 1.
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n. t ill -
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w ell as Siiluiiiiiu. intiil,. 11
uf Hi,. 1 rliui' ami that the
Sinn 1 a iili" as a result c
nf 1 lis- t w n a 1 1 1 I- a I rieinl (
tn whom in luhi i!n- i.ir
had n-pnri.'il 11 lu lln- ii
The heiii'iiiv In line ll
the pi ace en Ttic.nl. 1 v e
tnnr limit's .-iml lln- w h
. lean liic.i.H
dual , nnroi
I the iiii'i'M
I S.i iuinmf !-,
nl Hi,, ilciil,
u I iml il 11 s,
.- Jlihlicc ul'
ciiinu l.i-liil
il, Sllucl.ili';
rluly WHN lilulli-h
mil n ull y , I iu- i i i
In ti;'- 1 nn, 1 hull
ti'iiiir pi, nun , tu
ml
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ll I
nun h
l.ilin
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pin
In I,!
the HU, hnu f he I
hnili.i nil, 11 ai 1 in
w llll,. Adnlfn iili
a 11 l.Sr 1 I I pel I)
a ml linn i nt an,; ,
In I
1. ut
Mirni.":lliiK
I
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uf
aim.
Mccp,
US u I
ift nil'
I. ml
1.1I.1
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with a kcli.
fl-VSi-,1 in llllll
M 11 fur Hu
i.n,i,(I 1, !
I '.-ihiI 1 ul , 1
i a i :'i'-i
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ll'.it lln
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ih. en. 11
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n had ji pui.-il
il.ui.l Ml:
7
t rouNTinsi.Morii,c'i ttscwHiat
V.vX th
Original uJ (icnuinc
iOBLiors
MALTED 11IU(
"0McMt Jtniiaticnt
The Food Drink for All A tics
IKH KILL ItAiT CRA1N EXTIACT, IN roHWa
Not in any Milk Trust
In.int on "IIORLICK S"
Take m package horn
lillFE HELD SPOUSE
WHILE SALOMON
DRAINED HIM
(Itr Mtmlni Jmtrnnl vilt t ril lr !
i Yolk, Ihi. - lii-nige
iii.ih.im Kli -, wim Willi I'., f' lnl
t.-lx tlll'l I. till IK li.l-i lui'll mi '!!..! Ill
lln I'niliil Mnir i In nit mint the
I.ihI eight Bii'kn Inn K.il with iiiNiim'
nf lln- ln.iilh in ;iii u'lf.M'i! s' hi-i.it- In
llill.iliil ,m l-l.il". WiiH I'l'-I' 1 1 ti-.l In
tl iv iili h Ih im It Ui.imi I Ullll I illllllllt
ti'il tn tin- Ti'inl'i witlnnit li.iil. ,
iin Ium in i iii- nun til li i nttni ni'V
.r i.l'ilnl lliHt I lie hum i niii'tit tiiid m
rlk'ht tn rf-Hlirxi liini liinl Imhl hlln
11 hunt luiil nil Mil liullt lint-lit fur
nhii h In' m ;iH at ii-Mi-nl H.niiliiin
liinl. .Iiiilur ll. iy. h.iwi-Mr. ii-illi'il
th.it th.- w.iriiint liinl I'i'iii itfMiii-d ' In
thi- liiti-ii tilrt nf t'i:iln' mnl Kim 'um
Im-Ui-il up. Nn dliitt-nn'iil "Hi mini''
im tn Ihi' 1 1- " I Ii "! nf Kil ''.
I.uhI wi-i-k ilnirKi .1 l.isiii- n ur i
rtnii il i liiii iti'il Hli ti lut- In I rili
ii Jiirnr In tlm riiw ami In In lln .
Tmnl'i" In li iii ill" nf hull. I
.- Infuriiiiilh.il fruin vlml Id rinniil
rr'il a ri'lliihli' sunirii k.ij-h llu- ill mrt
iiii nl nf JiiNth-i' him ruinliK li'il a
t In r i k Ii InvpNiiiiatliiii Intii an ; 1 1 1 k -1
vil i iiriHiim y tn hrllii- nlliiT ,1iiiurn. )tj
win mhl mviTiil nthir nrrikU iiiIkIiI
la' i x ini ti'il nhui tly.
lilt ill Inlii il.
Nn iiiiiih'H wit.
MUCH
NTEREST IN
HARUGAIII PLAY
AT HELEN
Many All)UCUCI (UG ICOpie VVIIIho InniilMof 'IVrrUnrlal TroiiHitriT It
Go to Cut-Off Town to Sec
"Beim Quacksalber" Put On
There,
Many haul penplo will make tin'
trip tn Helen. I leiuinliiir 31, tn nUelnl
ll) perfunliiini-e nf tlm elevw hiiiii
tifur' il ay, "Hitlin Qiiiiekmilliur," to l,e
t;l fit hy th ilnrniiin lliiniKUi'l Huclt'ly
nt l!i Irn 1,11 that dill,,. Air. ami Mr.
Jucei'h FrlniltierK aro In cliHrKt f Hhi
perfiirmiitiee, 11 ml the pruKiani for the
evi'lilim will he iin fulluwa;
(ier(ni'e Ml. Alhert Huell
'n nl .... M Inh Ui-rlnnl,' Hrndell
iMnxli'iil Sketch
Ml. mid Mis. .Ins. I''l IcilhelK
liistiuniciital Hei clliiiiiH
II1111 li-ltn T.Oelis
Vuilll Suln Allltle l.e llli'tl
'The Hnwery (llll mnl Hie 1 hitch-
man" .... Chapiiniii Hint Fried lmrn
I IIMl 111 nil III a I S.-leilliill
(Icitiiiile llrndcll
Fane ' Helm Ujiacksnlln'1'"
The lulloMlnt! cast nl i linractels
will play Hie ahiiye farce, 'Helm
iuui-ksHlher";
,M. h, 1 -heiilel I lliil l h.u lilel" and luH I'-I1111-I11I)
.lui-cph Fi-li'illn-tK.
Mhliel Ikliecht) J F. Klein.
Aiiiiii-t ( Uiihhii l I F. Hrnsey,
l.i Cii, in-alicn t'haili-s N'uneinan.
Naiilc In hn:-li rjiniue) '1'. Hrndell.
, .
liuiuhed ami Fifty Residences
Erected in Past Year hi Hust
ling Arizona Town; Real Es
tate Active.
"Tin-re la nn Imin In the amilliwesl
Kfuwlnit an ra-i,-r Ihan Wlnsluw-,
Al l.'.uii.i," wild Hai l) Hurliaue nf Wlns
luw ycli'iila, Mi: linrti.iRe 1" pres
ident nl' llu- NiivHln-Apeehe Hank uml
Ti 'isl i n 1 , 1 t.i 11 , wllh hunks nt W lns
luw, II. IhluuK and SI. Juliu s and ile
, -lares Hint Inislnc.-s cuiulill'iiut all
ihiiiiiMh liuilhciii Aiii'.niia ur,' hiwhl)
gatlsfailm-.i .
"I 11 f 1 ,' saw unilhlnur like the
Kl-nwlll ul Hi it luwil ul W lnsluw," said
Mr. I'm Pane, "II Is hlcmly and hcallliy
and full) mil- I111111I1 id and fitly Iiuiims
Ii im k 1 ' 1 1 up in Ihe Imvii lu the pasl
M ill' l-)v 1 I ) liuilv Is 11 11 l mis lu uw 11 n
liini!"- and lul and leal i stale If Very
il' llw, I have Hi M-r seen hllslllcss
1 1. mill Inns mul e 1 in utn aulm; nil
thiuiu.h thai .set tlmi "
Mr lluii-ate cmh-csm-iI euiislilcralde
s.ltlsf.-ielit.ll nl He- Wlirkllllllllll.e Jnh
lie All -una ih tnuersili did nl the I'e
11 nl Mali- clcclliiii In that Mat.-.
ALBUQUERQUE PEOPLE
SHOULD TRY THIS
'llu- J. II, I, Kit IK iru I'u., M:ile
thai any nlie w Iin has enlist I pa I lull,
siiur Milliliter! nl' ii,m mi the stniniu h,
slu.iilil try alntple hin kllinrn hark,
ulii erlne. elc. as 1 unt pi 111 1 idi-i! In Ad-h'r-l
ka. the m-w- Cerinall Appendl
cliia 1 enmity, A SI N't 1 I.F latsi;
hritntH relh'l ulmust INSTANTLY and
(he iiTtlell) Inua inmpuny penple
sie surprised huw IJt'K'KI.Y 11 helps.
This simple remedy aiiliaeplli Ui s tin-,1'tiHai-
nritaiis iin,1 draws nil the
ImpniiHea The J. II. O'lliellv l'nm
cuu,pan, Inial intents.
WHS W
GROWS
SAYS RANKER
B E
llr M..ti.l.i Ji.nmal Siwihil lawl Wlr
l. I'nil, Minn., 111-. 27. r.i-uiKi.
W, r.-iikir, ruliiiiMl, miiil In hu a
inrili' i.J Hiiili-nt at 'rt-Kliton I'ni
Minity, iiinah.i. in l.i-liiK hi'hl t
Ihi' futility Jail lu ll', hy tin- nillt. fnl.
Inwiln; thi- ih Hill nf .Mis. Allillcw Jill l
lioii. alnii t'iihii'i-t. t'liiuniT Jiiiiuh tn
ilav cxpi-i ti-il tn hul.l ii "isl-mm h in
i'M-iiiitintinii rrkir. II Is iilli-i(i'il.
hnl hi-i-ii mllilni; with Mri, Jin kmn
uhi'ii hu miililfiilv ittliu K.'il her. Tin'
in':- sinaiiiK altiaiti-il MiilXH't
In I ult. .vliuni It l.s nalil I'arl i-r canii'
In-ii- f ri mi Omaha tn marry. Sin'
rulli-il a ni'lKhhiir it ii 1 1 I'arkiT was
iiM-i liuiM-ii'il. Ilm fili rnls iliil.iti- that
iHi-r stiiilv iun.l.il with thn fart that
all.-r hi- arilvi"! In ri- Mini- lii-Tiill
ilKht tn ih-lni tin- ivi'ihlinit, iiiiluil
iim t il his iniii. I
Afli-r the it 11 tni- t!u' ruli.tli-r Maid
Mia. .larksiiii mih kllli il hy I'aiki r.
APPORTIONMENT OF
SOHOOLFUNDS
Superintendent Claik Announc
es Basis For Distribution As
Eighteen Cents For Each
Person On School Census.
HpM iil ('nrrM.nilrnr lo Mornlni Jinimil)
Kiiiitu Ki', N. AI., 1)it. 21. A Hlati'
ini'iit It-Himd yi'Mlnrday l.y Tt'rrl
lorliit Hiiii'iliili'iiili'iit nf 1'iihllc In
Ktrm tlnn I. K. t'lark ulyi'S thn npiur-
I tlnliiniiit .,f tu Bcliuul f iimln limy In
ow-l9u
atiitement la dntetl
The appurtliiiimeiit
aninnii the aeveral cnimtleR Is eluhteen
cenla to each persnn en itinera ted In
thn achuiil eeliHiiH. TIih atiitement
fullnws:
t'nlltily Kniliiier
11 1 lull.
Ami. Ap
pnrtlnlll'd' lux.'i.ao
1,017.51
7:!7. 84
H 18.40
Kll7.
728.84
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Curry 2,KHf
iK'iin Ana
Kihly
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l.liu ulii , .
I. una . . . ,
Mora 1 . . ,
Mi Klnley
(Her 2 . " 7 7
ijuay !),7!i:i
Iili, Ari lha . . .n.-tsn
liuusevell .... n . Ti
Nundinal . . . . 5,n I
hull J nun . . , .2,iri
San MlKiiel . . . 7,M!H
Santa I'V . , , , B.SH5
sierra 14 17
Sucuirn ,5I0
Tai 1,(1 Hi
Tui iaiice , . , . 2.4N:
Fnli'tl .m
Viilem-la n,2'.'S
Tiilnl
. l,S8!l
$17, 378. 4i
'I'hcre la llltlu tmtiKi-r from a cold
nr from an titturk of the grip except
when full.iwed hy imeuniuniH, and
this never liapixsna when Clium'n.'i
laln'a Cnnifh Kemetly la used. Tlila
remedy has won Its g.'eat reputation
mid exlenslvB sale tiy Ha remmkahln
ctnea of colli ami grip and enn he
relied upon with Implicit emifldcntM
Fur sal by nil (leiilera.
L
Senator Woiks Proposes to In
corporate in Sherwood Bill
Provision to Stop Serious
Drain On Tteasuiy,
(Hi- Mnrnliiu Jinirnul Niwliil tmtrA Wlrl
W llshillHlnll, I lee. 2 J. Selllltur
Wntks ur (' -lilnrnla will attempt tn
allacli tn the Slid w'uud pcnslnn Idll
n pruylMlun nhsululi Iy pruhlliitliiK nn.v
special p, ii.-iiii hills ami inuklliK Ihnll
Kihle fur pi iislmi inn pcrsnii w ho nt-li-inpls
tu Ket Hpei lnl li-Klslallnli. Seli-i-mr
W'ni kn hiipc.M I,, ship the llnud nl
Hpeelal pi tniluiis which lire passed l.y
t-niinreis al inch aesslon.
Ill spile nr Ihe fact Unit the Semite
Cnllilllllt.-c nn pi ll-,uis Is fnillllllK a
siihstitne lur (he Slicrwiiuil 1,111,
which uuiil, scale down Ihe pensions
prupe.Ncil, Ihe ineisiitc us It came
Irimi Ihe hmise has fuiuid many sup
purleis In the senate.
' " " 1 1 .' 1 " . .'UII
Years of Suffering
Catarrh and Blood Disease -Doctor
Failed to Cure.
Ills.' Mahel F. Diiwkliia. 1214 Lafay
rllr St.. Fort Wayne, Iml.. write:
i "For thine yiMra 1 waa troubled with
i .ilairli mnl hlnntl disease. I tried aev
rial dis -tora and a dosen different rem
edies, hut tiuiip nf them did me, any
Knnil. A fi h nd to,l me f HiHid's Sar
apartllit. I tisik (wo but ilea of ttiiia
medlcln ami waa ul well and siininr
a ever. 1 feel like a different pel sun
and rei onimrtul llmnl's to any one auf
ferlin from catarrh."
1 Del It today in usual liquid form or
, vbocoiated Uulut culled. 8arsatabs.
SPEC
BANNED
Ispeilsl IMsaairh Is Ik M..n.nf Jnuraal.l
Santa Fe. .N. M.. lite 2.. Ihe ex
ecutivi cnmiiilttee of the demin rath
stale central cummittii- was tu aeu
Mi.u lu re all d.iy lutl.n . It is uinli-r-stnuil
that the nillhcrn.i.' tcok up the
matter nt appolntmt nis hy (in ernnl
Mcl.unald ami the effect uf the recent
supreme cniiit .lecisiun In Hie Klcck
Mann case nn the ptwii- uf ihe (roy
ernur lu make reeeaa appuintiiienta.
AcciifdiiiK tn .democratic ciislum.
Ih" ineeliint was held behind elnsed
ihiuis, mitt while iinthinK definite was
kIm-ii out, it Is hellfVid Hie commit
tee is of the . pinion Hint the Klmk
M n in, decision will in. I scrintisly af
fei I the nvtrnur' power tu nppuint
since, It Is pointed nut, the presi nt
republican Inciiuihenls In oVfice are
n nicely In a pusltlun In make uny
I liilil t leliiin their pcsliluna under
the diinuciHlIc Bovernur.
Another mutter that was taken up
today waa the dwcn-Van Stnne iues
(iun. In this ease, owing lo a mistake
in the pilutliiK "f tlm iullnts, the of
ficial canvassing hnard was nhlijfed tn
refuse to count for (). 1.. Owen, sunn
1,(132 Miles east for "Sol" Owen. It
in considered certain that Mr. Owen
will at once file a contest In the event
Ihe certificate cf election Is given to
Mr. Van Stone aa corporation com
missioner, and that Mr. Owen will
have the hBckitiK of the committee In
i use the other party to the dispute
iimkca a flKht la also considered cer
tain. It was rumored here today that
the committee nan been asked to ex
plain Juat what became of the $10,-
fioo defense fund ralMd shortly after
the election to flglit attempted frauds
or manipulation of the returns.
COLD BLOODED MURDER
IN RIO ARRIBA COUNTY
(Hpi-i-liil Cnrrrapunilenre In Morning .tiiurnall
Santa !, N. Mo I'd'. 117. The re
port if a cold-blooded murder at
Chimin In Itlo Arrlten county reached
here today. According to udvlcea,
which are IneaR-rev ('. M. Cooley en
tere,f the house of'Kdward Oullilanil
and shot the latter deal. The victim,
who was aleepliiK, was Instantly kill
ed. The crime occurred Christmas
eve. The mimlcTcr'E motive Is un
known, "ot.
APPRECIATES HIS
Superintendent-Elect of State
State Schools Asks For Com
plete Elimination of Politics
From Education,
iii'IhI 4 'orrsw.l,it'e to MiirnliiK ,li,iiriiiil
Silver City, N M., Dec. 2.. Hon
Ahun N. While who retunied here
Sunday from Santa Fe, has been he-
slened by friends and educators In
this city, and letters and telcKrams
from nil over the state and different
section, of ihe country, coiiktal ninthly
him over the result uf thi filial cun
vuss awai-iliiii: him the election af
stale aiipei'lnlcmleiit o'f schools
Among Ihe coiiKt'otulutory inissattes.
Omernor Hooper uf Tennessee, an old
school male of Mr. White's, Senium
(lore of Oklahoma, (inventor Hunt ol
Arlxnnti and other prominent men
wlnlied hint a Merry Christina and
a Hiict'essl ul administration.
Speaking lu his friend and admir
ers here, where he has resided and
been active In public affairs for
ninny years, Mr. W hite stated In part
"I feel thmiUitit tu Hie people ol
the new stale fur the honor thai liar
been coniei retl upon me and 1 want
lo give one and all my ucsunuice, es
peclally the teachers whos.. i -opera
Hon I desire throughout my ti.-m and
all persons Interested In education,
that I will bud my best energy and
abilliy In Ihe cause of education and
believe that no one will have cuuse
to complain of my official acts.
"Realizing that our (date's future,
greatness depends almont wholly upon
our working out our etliicalionul
problems with eniial and exuet jus
tice to all our present and future dli
seiiH, I conscientiously feel that it Is:
a rare privilege to have ever so hum
ble n part In the cducutioiiul uplifting
of our people, and that the work
M on ,M' confided to my hands s
the must Important uml noble Unit
falls t,, the lot uf any state nfl'ii lal.
"In conclusion, t want to say: .el
us pill education uhove politics: let all
the educational forces henceforth
work unitedly. With the united heir
nml rupport nf all the people I shall
keep fin th with thcttt, and educntlon
ully we shall now. In mutual, well
beseeming ranks, inarch all one
way."
Mr. While today iHinoiimed his In
tention r retaining for the time be
ing. H (ml for the full term. I'mT.
llupirl F. Asplimd, formerly nf Alhu
Utior'iue, nml now editor of the New
Mexico .loiirnal of Kducntloii, In the
positioii nf chief clerk 111 hiK office.
Io has ticeii pi rnotialty asked and has
received letters and telegrams from
teacher all over tho Mate in Mr. Ah
phmd's bcliair, and believes It best
tor Hie Interests of education to avail
hlnisell nt bis excellent kliuwkdip of
the office and splendid ability to ut
ry forward the educational work.
BESPONIILIIS
(From the New York Times.)
1'reMdent Taft talked good roads
and bad roads tu more than 700 mem
bers of the Automobile club of Amer
ica at the Waldorf-Astoria last night.
Laughingly he told his hosts, the au
tuiuuliilists, that he did not perma
nently belong to their class. He was
really of the class, he said, which
walked or rode in the street cars,
though through the generosity of a
republican congress and by virtue of
office he was the temporary user of u
motor car, hut there was permanency
of tenure neither in the machine nor
in the office, and he said he appeared
only In a temporary representative
inpacily.
While the president had a lot of
fun with Ihe automobile and those
users of the machine rich enough to
break through the custoni house bar
riers of ull countries, he talked later
In ull seriousness on the subject ' of
good roads, who should make them,
and, even more important, he said,
who should maintain them once they
are made.
He deelured with much emphasis
thut the making- nnd maintenance of
good rotuls should not devolve upon
the national government except pos
sibly as a last resort. He was con
vinced, he said, that the federal au
thorities had ample authority to con
struct Inter-state roads as well as Im
prove lnter-Btate waterways, but that
there were many other callg on tne
national treasury, and that It would
be fur wiser to have roads construct
ed by the counties or by the states.
His address throughout was receiv
ed with many expressions of enthus
iasm and he himself was met with
great cordiality whenever the audi
ence unt a chunco. to express Its
feelings.
The president said lu part:
"I have never quite, understood the
kindly persistence that your president
and his associates showed In Inviting
nm to this festive occuslon. I never
belonged to what I always used to call
the 'carriage cIubs).' I walked or rode
in street cars, and when the automo
bile look the place of that more dig
nified method of prooeuure 1 am
sure Judge Moore will agree with im'
in that 1 transferred the carriage
class to tile uutopiohlle class and
considered myself Htlll excluded.
It is true thut the incident of
office liinl' the generosity of a re-
.,ui,ii.-im futmr.-Hu u-iive me for a
timi, the privilege uf understanding
tho fascination of traveling by this
new method, but it h only a loan.
There Ih no permanency of tenure In
thn machine or In the office, ond
therefore I lag oi you to understand
that 1 uppear here only In a tempor
arily representative capacity.
".Seriously speaking, my friends,
the working out 0f the automobile Is
a wonderful development. As you
look back, as far as I can look back,
at least with any sense of economic
changes, to 1H70, nnd to what has
happened In that period In the pro
motion of the comfort of the human
race, the changes are marvelous. The
telephone, Hie electric railway, till the
electrical devices lor the reproduc
tion oi the human voice, und the au
toinoblle!
, "What could we do w ithout Hum
now? How rupldly we adapt ourselv
es lo the absolute neceaslly of those
Improvements ol which we knew- and
imagined nothing I il ly ye;u;s ago! And
1 nm not sure that of all of them the
automobile, coming In s a toy of Ihe
wealthier classes, is gnlng tu prove
the most useful of them all to all
clasnes, rich and poor. There was a
time in the use of the autoiuohili 1
slut red it mysel t as 1 was plodding
along wllh the tandem thai nature
gave lite, as Holmes culled it there
was a sort of spirit of Intolerance
that was manifested by the horrible
looking machine that the automobile
then was to the ordinary eye. There
was an Intimation of 'get out of tne
way or we'll run you over.' and re
sentment against those who were us
ing it until you got onto the other
side of the door of the automobile,
und then human nature was shown In
the iiuickness with which the attitude
of mind can changes und you regard as
utterly unreasonable the slowness of
tin; pedestrian and the Idea that he
has any right to any part ol tin
street, cither for crossing or anything
else. And then Ihe utter outrage or
having any dogs ut ull in any com
munity that should get in the way
of that magnificent Instrument of
travel and comfort!
"Many serious problems are going
to be presented, and you are having
them now, with these statu lines und
these authorities, of whom .von can
have three in a very short uutomoblU-
rld Just in this neighborhood. 1 don't
know how you are going lo get rid oi
them. You might set up some theory
of yourself being on unopened and
complete package, sent from Connect
icut Into New Jersey through New
York, that cannot lie opened until
you reach the point of the destination,
nnd In some way or oilier call upon
the federal cdurt to protect you In
that transportation.
"Whether you could escape the tax
and the license and all that sort of
thing for the grooves that your auto
mobile makes in the roads of each
state, 1 am unable to say, because
those who arc charged wllh responsi
bility of kecplns up the roads know
that, while the automobile owners
have promoted the iiueslloii and the
pursuit of good loiidn, they have
very largely contributed to the diffi
culty of building and maintaining
thni. The exnerlnmnts made into
what may avoid the Influence uf thus"
great big rubber tires upon macadam
roiuli, ar procfteding, anil I hope
We have a large stock of
INVENTORY BLANKS
and binders for the same.
100 Sheets . 75c
250 Sheets . $1.25 .
Binders . $L50
Phone us your orders.
TITHGOWTVIANIJEACTURING
something will come of thein. I speak
with considerable deference because I
find that gentlemen who study good
roads as a diversion, as tin avocation,
have such decided views that one who
Is just charged with the good old gov
ernmental way of building a road
finds some difficulty In appreciating
them, and also finds that he Is not re
garded as an authority In any respect."
'The question of good roai.s. say, l
a difficult one. not only for the per
fection of a road for the purpose of
resisting this much heavier truffle, but
also because of the queetlons. Who
Is ,t pay for the roads? Are they
to be built by the state? Are they
to be built by the county? And who
Is to take care of them? This is a
much more important question, but I
hear the earnest patriot and It docs
not make any difference how he con
strues the constitution. If there ts any
plan of running a national road near
his farm I hear the earnest patriot
say: 'It is the business of the gen
eral government to build these roads.
Let's have a national road running
from- New Y'ork to San Francisco, to
teach the world what a model road
Is.' 'Hut what would It cost?' 'Oh,
.what difference does it make what ll
costa? You can strive and hunt ways
of saving a hundred thousand dollars
In the matter of employed at Wash
ington hut when it comes to building
i-oiiiIh, what Is :i hundred hilHion be
tween friends?'
"And there Is the difficulty, gentle
men. I admit that the general gov
ernment has the power fur the pur
pose of promoting inter-state com
merce to build national muds. It has
done It already, hut 1 venture to ques
tion the wisdom of opening thai
method nf spending federal govern
ment money. 1 think it is mil' It bet
ter to have the ncigliliuriinu, uml the
state as a large unit expend Its money
In the construction of roads across tho
state, tind aiding the roundest to keep
the roads In repair, because if you
mice set nut upon a plan of nullnnul
mads in addition to the plan of na
tional waterways. I do not know how
great the expenditure will amount to.
"If we could conllne It to two or
three roads I would not object, but
we have fnrty-elght different states,
end every state Is as anxious to share
in the common funds at Washington
as every other statu. And It Is u dan
gerous experiment. I would suggest
great delay and deliberation before
you undertake so great nn expendi
ture, the mopping of which will have
no end. We have had some experi
ments In that iu Washington, and we
are looking forward now to large ex
penditures, and if we are golnit to add
roads and if you are going to run
automobiles through tln-in and into
them and promote tho cost of thein,
as you will, increasing, nf course, the
iutnrcouisc between all the people,
creating a benefit w hich I do not
minimize, nevertheless I say to you
that If you can reach that beiielii
without opening the national treasury
I think it will he the wiser and more
statesmanlike course."
Concluding his upeech, the presi
dent settled down to enjoy himself
listening to the other addresses. He
hear, both Count von Hcrnstorff, the
German ambassador, and Patrick
Francis Murphy before leaving for
the Hotel Astor to speak at another
dinner. He seemed to enjoy the
bright talk of Mr. Murphy a groat
deal, shaking with laughter over Mr.
Murphy's allusion tn a certain bad
und nameless place "where ut least
the pavement was good.''
.
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Santa Claus Gives Eastern
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Shape of Heavy Snow Storm;
Will Help Crops,
Sperliil f'orreipnni1enre to Mornlnc Journal)
Melrose, X. M., Dec. 2 5. Santa
(Taus gave eastern New Mexico the
In st of Christmas presents. During
the days just, preceding and follow
ing Christmas he snowed under all
the knockers, hammers and all. Tho
weather was cold us a result, but
even the cold blooded were good na
tured from thinking; of the big crops
this section is Euro of Tor the coming
year.
Those who have been counting on
a second settling up of this section
are now making their plans for the
opening of the movement the next
few months. The moisture, already in
the ground before the last threo
snows was' such thwt It waa believed
that good crops were then asoured,
now thero sci'iiiH no doubt but that
good seed rishtly put In und followed
up will bring the fame results it did
a fiw years ago when the abundant
crops harvested here off sod land
with ulmost no earn at ull spoiled
some of the first settlers hy giving the
impression they had found a sort nt
Harden of Eden.
Tho lesson has been a bitter one
ami men are still here who tell re
peatedly that they wasted enough to
have fed their teams, through these
short years had they known what was
before thein.
A great deal of wheat has been put
In this year and it is in good shape.
The snows that have recently fall
en are both dewp and evenly spread.
Kven the high winds that have pre
vailed at times have not distributed
the snow. .
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corns r.vrsK iikadaciik.
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