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THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL. New Mexico Historical and Resources Edition TWO. t f Agricultural Possibilities Unlimited. T 4 4 4 in it FRANK W. CLANCY Attorney General State of New Mexico ""a "V - s V'k-?, I! V '4 ti . 1 V . I J A' ' -!.'j Mr, CImiicj ifiu horn In Mover, N vv Hampshire, on January i, is,".::. Sixty years alicrwanl, to u dav, he was lii't-tf In Hi" i. (Hi i' h" now holds. H whs I'll ii. ti u i hi th public schools if Xc York, liilltiiliiphln ml Wiishlngtiin county, N. II., mi. I later attended flihllllliinil tilliv t I kit V I Washington, I', ('. Hi' also attend ed a business i nil. j;i- In I hi' i.ipll.il, nil later grn'luiit d from the law dc. purtment of '"Inmlii.in unit i rjH v in June. I HT 3. W hile lir wiik r;iriiln on hln IiK'I niillr Hi Hi l iiitiiiiiinn, lir .i nl-" aiIIiir Ha h rlitk In Ihii urilii- ut WIIIIkiii K. CIiiiiiiIIi r. In W.iHhlntitnii. mill In llu' Vfm li't wiiii v;i nl JIT4 H M l'l l k III Itl I H'lHt lir uirii'f. In l"4 tin n-m.nnl In i . AlltiiiiiPi i'imv mill irm n n) lnw Hi i fnr Inn rmn Tln-n In- fi innvcil (u Kn orro n. .in.ili..l ih.r,- i. r inn (fulii. A vttr i'f (In ui'i". In- v.i l-rk f tin- iIikim.i i. mil ni .l- In Ifci In- nm iiiiH,iiii t H- ti t,i tu, AnKinhinl fi.'i rrliin ,Mi i 'i run. k t lh irrnmio il ihiiiiih hi, mii.I i . JAMES E. GRIFFITH District Attorney Socorro County New Mexico ""'' fij jrpi'yrM'iw iiyii-i 1 'V ,' :vj -tr tv , ... . 1. - f1' . LI I " '. .. ., . 'a' i ,-. i ' - . ' v i.. V- , ; - .'. , . v.. f ..i;c . , .S . i . ' 1 2U amiwi ( onlhllli'il I'lom I ! Olli'.) itjuul to thf lii'Ht thut cull be hii'l from I'iU uvrrH 111 the ' ruin hi'lt." J'rod mis kiiiwii In thl cllinutp uniler lirlK.nlon, in nun liiruu kiowiIi uii'I have pi'i fi'rtluii ut flavor mid volor liitf. Tti climute ia u mild mill th." ftfttxumi o Iiiiik thut prmllcally every crop itrown In the temni ute xom. will fliitirlsli. Till ex-ltnli' nnly the Citrus fiull, nu ll u omiiKi'.i, li-niuii, KIHii'fruit, '!'., which iln IKt tin "ill. Hut fl(.ili-, pi iii hi., peam. plilniK, etc., hear luxiti liuitly and In mieh perfec tlcin that, they comm. trnl hiKhei prlmn HI every market. The queftlon of market Is not u n-lious one in New Alixlio. .More than half the trUH. three. fi urtlin of the butter, and other fnoilntuffH In propurtlon urn now Im ported mid many thuimunil ! innn etli will have to mine before the liK'iil market can he mipplleil. Add to thin the enorini'im and ever reuilv market of the noiitliM i'Mi'1 n in In i n k eumpM and It In nliiln that New .Mexico pruilucm will IiiIiik lilKhent prices for many years to eume without the neceHsity of aeekhiK further than the home inatketK Ik lit at timid. New .Mexico product In outnlde inaiketa command lilKho pricva. Thnliaandfi of earn of all.illn slilppeil to eastern Hiiil aoulhern marketa dur ing mil, hroiiKht 112 to (14 on tun uaia. New .Mexico peaches In 1911 broiiuhl the top prices on the New southern Cockles hlnects the Mate achoolg for the ileaf, dumb and blind, from north to south, the elevations are already complete and with appro, rialnit rapldlv from the plains country priations of land made under the of the eastern couutie In range after statehocd act the financial condition range of maRiiifici nt peaks. Sierra of theo inmitutiona will be Kreatiy Jilanca. In l.incoln county, to be ietn Improved without iniponina; any furth- from th far southeastern corner of r burden on the mate. The records the state ia lht first of a ner.es of tclunt of the courts for the past tent years mountains extending to the Arizona show a remarkable low percentage of line on the wet mid (he foloradn line crime. There records ore convincing OWENN. MARRON State Treasurer of New Mexico on the north. In the more distant mountain region- much game Is to he found. Deer it mi tin- game lilnls are ilgldly protected, save during the open sen son, and as a result game is more abundant now than at any time during the' put ten years. The New Mexico mountain streams are v.ell stocked with trout nnd afford splen did sport for the fishermen. Climate anil llcnllli. New Mexico climate Is the most IM-rfect In the world for the allevia tion of all diseases of the throat and lungf. Tuberculosis hi Us early singes riav he absolutely cured here and mav be arrested at all times, save In tha fin.il stages. It has long I een known a The 1-aml of Hunshine. IJJt recently It has been termed by a great imignx'ne writer "The Heart of the Well Country," and tiie New State has hen well named "THE Kl'N HANITA HU M of the nation. Hun dreds, thouraiKls of happy men and women ore llvlns in New Mexico now who came here ns confirmed consump tives. Thty have been cured. No suf ferer from pulmomiiy tuberculosis. unburn he be In the last stages, need York market and netted the owners despair, so long aa he can come to New Mexico. The I nlted States Ma rine hospital fi r tuberculosis and I'nlted Ktates Army hospital for berculosls both are located in New Mexico, the state has a series of min eral and thermal springs, now little known, but destined to become fam ous with exploitation. ' These springs, located In various parts of the state are highly efficacious in treatment of aliments, and surrounded as they art. by magnificent nc neiy will become famous as the new st.i'.e develops. Attractions for TooiiMv No part of the west n more interest ing to the tourist than New Mexico. 8intn Pe, capital of the new state, and capital of the tenltory under Spanish. Mexican and American government litis many buildings and points of in terest. The American Archaeological as high as H25 an acre. One ma lured apple irchard, purchased in IDIU for tlO.OiiO (. 'in ii Hu aire,) sold its 1SI1 crop, its TMK TUKc'S, ii.r mine than '.l,ll(i. it miMi i.i hk i:i-:.ui:;.!::i::;ii THAT ItAW I.AMi IN TIIK.SK CAM): I1STHKTX WIIKItK 'lllii.-i; lii;-KI'l-TH AUK IIKI.Vtl OUTAlNhM); I.AM) AH WKI.I. AllAl'TKl) TO Al' l"l.K8, I'KACHKS. Al.KAl.KA AMI unit-til t'ltuFH: WITH Kgt'Al.l.Y ItKI.IAIil.K WATKIt KICSHTM AND Kll'AI.I.V 0(1 MA ltKh.1' KACll. IT1KH. CAN UK llOCtillT NtlW Koll $30 TO lltltl AN ACKK: ItKgl lltlM) o.M.V IK Kl.ol'MK.NT To .MAKK TDK LAND KNOIt.MOfSI.V VAI.C AUI.K. IT IH A CONDITION THAT DOKK NiT KXIST IN ANY OTIIKU DKVKI tl'KD I It ItlJATKD UK(5HN I Tllf. BUT, .M A .N I r l'.h II. i 1 1 society has recently established there I'AXXUT I'll.NTIXl'K Ul.MI IX .i:V a scliool of An haeology. under the evidence of the careful administra tion of law and of a law abiding citi ztnahlp. New Mexico, In a word, lb a solid, progressive prosperous cum mopwealth: fully cyuipp 'd , to direct its o n affairs and reudy In every Way for the great development perloj Just ahead, ItallroailH of New Mexico. ltailroads now operating in New Mexico are the Atcnison. Topeka and Ki.nta Fe. the principal railroad sys tem, which with Its main lines and branches, reachea into all the more thickly fettled counties. It orots. s the new atate from east to west and fromt north to south and passes through twenty of the twenty-six Counties, leaching all but a very few of the principal towns. The El l'aso & Southwestern ayatem parses across southern and southeastern New Mex ico, adjoining the Hock Island sys tem at Tuciinicari. A branch line is operated to the great conl rielus av Dawson und Colfax county. The Chocktaw, Oklahoma and Oulf has recently been completed into Tucum cari from the east. A new line lias been surveyed from Tucumcarl to tiovls In Curry county. The Denver and Itio Grande reaches Uio Arrjba, the Taoa and Kanta Fe counties with a tu- narrow gauge line with terminus at Snta Fe. an I also reaches San Junn county. A survey has been appoved nnd construction will soon begin on the Arizona and Colorado railroad to txlend across western New Mexico from Durango, Colorado, to a point In southwestern Arizona. The Colu rado c Southern railroad passes r cross 1,'nion county, with several branches. The main line of the Southern Pacific system crosses south ern New Mexico. The New Mixico Central operates a line from Siinta Fe to Torrence and la constructing a branch Una to Albu illeriile. This line will probably be extended before very long to Kosweil in southeast and San Juun county in northwest New Mexico. The St. Louis, Rocky Mountain i.nl raeiflo v. t "... , 'J,s"l. e''- . ' v -' r . V I. J I T '? -i- -j: Ii rv, i -ipi ,' ' li, j.' . .? ' i ..,-1 iiiain.'il as secretary to this official In ii lie was wiit as I'liiti'il States niioiiii'loner g. a r.i"l to tiie 1'nrls ex poFiiljon. This occoplisl the yi'ara up to 1 M In 1 h T J. Mr. Clancy returned to Ni .Mexico, ami was innile del k of the ilMrli t and supreme courts at Hint l it; , a post vilili h hi-; held until I ""it. In that iar he entered the pi.H lle,. of law In Santa Fe, remain ing i Ulit M ais. He was In partner Mhip iIiiiIiik part ol this time with T r. I'liirmi, ami with John II. Ivnuili. I and William T. Thornton also nt a laur dale. He removed to AH'iiiiO' i line in 1st.', nnd has re in, illicit t'.i Ic ill pi. H Ice ever Sim Sj " Mi fancy Wat a member of the I o ii" 1 1 1 u 1 1 . .iti I ioiielllioii of IK Ml. Mumr of VP. n. in ri'ii. In 1KMV M I. t li 1 1 . lli at Alliiiipieripie lll In noli lei i Ui.i li nil.. nice general from tlmt lime until the l'l Bil.llltlg of the M .le ..i I I lllelll. and a i-rlil'lll of ila- I nfii'iMiiv of New Mevleii from I "! t i !! I J, s " i' '.-, t i ' .... . ' 1 ' r x , , . 1 . .l t l ' i, " i I "' " 'l . t. -i ' r. I- "j Owen N. Murron, the presen; state treasurer, was born in Port Henry, N. Y., Auwust l.'i. 1S61. He received his enrly iilucatVni in the common schools of his native city and at the Potsdam Normal school, of Potsdam. X. Y.. biter attending St. Mqry's col lege In Montreal. After completing his education he engaged In teaching school In several places in New York state, and came to AlluijueriUe in 1SS as assistant Mipcrlnti mlcnt ol the governm 'nt ln illnn school hi're. ' He Was admitted tn the bar at Albu iio npie on May i, lMUl. and in Oc tober of that y ar commenced the practice 'of law. in uhlih he has been continuously engaged icr '.luce, ex cept tour years spent as clerk of the district toiirt for the second Junlcial district wf New Mexico. Mr. Marion was the Master-in-Chnncery In . the case of the 1,'r.lon Trust Company against the Atlantic and Pacific railroad, and as such master mtd the railroad under fore closure proceedings. This was in lsUT. Mr. Mari-o:i hris three tim -s been mayor of Albu mcniue. The first tiinu he mule the race for thi 'off to was (.enijvt Frank W, Clancy, the present ;'tt ."icy v. iieral. mil he ilefnat.il this mi m'ein. n by ST vots. The .sec ond tin" he run uainHl Alfred tlruns Xeld. now chairman of the hoard of county coiiitn!.-ioiu rs. He def ateil .Mr. (irunsf'id by 137 majority. The t'lird time th ' opposing parly i lic pubiiear. ) cmlormd him. In 11-09 and i.p to l'.Kit. Mr. Mar ton was chnit-tm-iti-Af' tittr-Dt-mocratic state ronimitteri. air. Marrnii wr.s the ortatiizer of the Slate National bank; of Aibiiiiucrqii" in l!Hij. and acted as president of the Institution fur several years. ' In lull. Mr. ?.!a--ron was married to Miss Frames C. Halioran. and five chUilr-n have been born to this couple. Three sr; dau ghters and two ' tons. GEORGE W. PRICHARD Ex-Attorney General of New Mexico MKMCO. T II K T1.MK To IXVFSTL HATK XKW MKXIi o AtiltlCt l.Tl ll Al. 1-AXD It IthHIT NOW. i. and ix thi: ni:w sttk at I'liKfKXT PHH'K.I AKFOKDS AX IXVF.STMK.NT WITH. H T A SIXC.I.K li.KMKXT OF UISK AXD WITH KltTAINTV OF K.Noli.VHii a AXD H'KKDY ItKll ltNS. I lie Mini Interest. A nmlinu to th i returns of lull the ii lun on the public domain in New .Ve c.i in now accommodatliiK some I UMon or mi re of cattle. nUnil threo ""lion sheep, mi,) some two hundred .hoiisand g. ats, anil 111,0114 horsi'S. ' ".'! 11 1.. liiirnn The tendency In Xi w Mix in Is to iln rease the tuim I r mot mlciince ttie grade of both iiltl- aid sh". p innee the range la ul Hi:dv hi-HiIni: wliat . vperts any la 'b.. i t a I It will stand. The iirlnel.il io k i.riiw ine coiintti-s are. ;rant ami l.i n.. .. an t IM.iv in son! hoi n New .Mexico. iju.. I'nion, lina. ta li. i'e, l oli.ix. Xiaro. and San Miguel In the 1101th n northeast, and Taos. '!' Ariiha, Snoorro, Valencia snil Ti rrviice: Uisnt In the ai.iilh. folfax in the aorth. ml Chaves In the exat re ihe chief cattle growing counties. hlle the lunmi slxep (rowing croon -tie. are Socorro, lilo Amlm. Kandoval. I nlmi. Sun Mituii. Torrance ami liuadalupe. S errs. Ormit. Hnlia Anii end otnii untie, are coming Into i roininerce at pr. s. nt with Angora k st rallng PrtVMte slink 1 iiiik.s eonlalnn; p-rnirtint living water, iir. heeotiilns; ei shml.l... liraamr lands located en Siuinish or Mexican hind grants 1.1 1 he pun has. . I from $;. rr 1 up. For iianbitions i...rln the catile iiulustit. hoi.- hii.I milieu, address 'he . liluli if tlir New Mexico Cat ! S..iiitar Itoard. Allniniieniiie. and tor iiiforiiiHiton to sheep and goats, i.l.ll.... th,, M-rH,i! of the .New M. X C. Sh.e. Sili.lal, ll.wid. Albiniuer ii e "xtT . i, no. I (.ante. The s enei ,it the mi. mi im inus re si. 11. of . M. v.i .. is wiih-ut mu.il in the w.si. The gi-M rang,, of th.- I J X I : STM XKAK I.IIS I.VXAS. direction of famous archaeologists. to which are coming students from all parta f the world. The particular mission of this school is the close study of the cliff dwelling., Aztec ami other prehistoric ruins found scatter ed all over cntral and western Xew Mexico. These ruins together with the ptcturesi!i pueblo dwellings of the lnd.ana. the Indiana themselves, the wonderful climate and magnificent ceiieiy make New Mexico peculiarly attractive to tourists and to those in search of rest and recreation. State Itoad Construction. New M'Xico haa rliiUoien on a campaign of road building which will h rtly give the new state one of tha best systems of highwava In the na tion. Already the Scenic Highway extending from the Colorado line on the north to the Mexlcon boundary on the aou;h Is half completed while roads renchtng through alt of the more thickly settle districts are being con structed under direction of the new state Rn.d roads commission, con struction heinu carried n by appro piiati. ns mmle by the leglsvlnture nnd the several reunites. Sin lal oinlitiono ami laiirrilliH HI. ml con. IllO ns la New Mexico nr; ple.1a.1nt and all of the larger town re supplied with every conven ience of modern civilization. Itallroa.l faiihliei are bihhI: prai-tlcHlly e-ry large tin' n in the new state Is con nected by long distance telephone. In ail. tun n to Its forty-one strong nation al lnk. the forty slate banks r soli, ir.s:itution. tin.ler careful super vision sn.l affording gonl Itankin facilities in aini.kst ever..- eor.winliv. Xew VI. Is In splendid fin mcial .'i'.dillon. With vne or two exceptions l oiintv li ii, l.iei'nes' Is light and the ounties an, I towns are In sound finsn i imI condition. ileiteral un-l l-al gov er 1111 " in i cr f ullv and pninstMk irgle administered. Th ftnanciel .nd ti..n ..f the peopl" a a whole la "ii. TH KUK IS N 'T A -.M HolSK IX XKW MFXIi-o AVrv TI 1 1:1: f: s Mi NKFD Fin: nXK. Th- hev srat' '. system of eeri.i-rhalitMtoe iiisiitutions. lis insane miltim, and railroad Is operated across Colfax and I'nion counties. There are a number of other short lines and feeders and several surveys for proposed roads have recently been made. Tiie present railroad mileage of Xew Mexico is 1... 9!2.07 miles, with about 1.000 miles propes'd for construction in the near future. , Nc Mexico's Sdciiilld Public School S)-tcm. My wise nets of congress. Xew Mex ico's public school system has luen endowed with 1 1 .IKKI.Oiill acres of public lands, the revenues from the sale and lease of these lands to be used entirely for the support of the pub lic achiu Is. higher educational lnstl tutlona and a few senii-charitahle ami penal Institutions. The school system haa been advanced rapidly during th. pest few years; It is now In a hlgii atut,, .f efficiency and Is one of the state's greatest ai-scts. The reboot law la modern and efficient and every community is a unit in enforcing it. The Ixard of education having gen eral an pel vision of the school system. Is composed of practical school men of years of experience. This iM.ard. through Its secretary, the superinieii dei.t of public Instruction. In Santa Fe, administers the affairs of the school system with care and an enrgv whlcn makes the public school the central In terest of erery community. Kveiy city ami town In New Mexico ihain la r.s Its own public school system and n every rap these schools are well in ana itt, 1 end In chirge of capable an I ell paid teachers, while every dis trict, however thinTy settled Hit 1 re mote has its perliHl of achool. gener ally lasting through the fall and win ter months. An era of sch-Kil bulld irs: has set In all over New Mexico aid the school property and the en tire svsieni la advancing so rapid'y that it can now compare favorably wuh the put. he n In ol system of anv stale in the I'nion. only teachers f Inchest efficiency are tmploed and ci-rtltlc ite. approval y the board .-f educailon are rigidly required. Tiie '-"v'.et" jsiyy-'itisgasif e. , - J V - v V is ' - - ,v sis , 4 Zxy vf " e . " 14 . ' V r v, v r a -y..js v . ' f : 4i L - ( -iV''t,,-r e .- . r ' ' - " r- 3v""-J ..lr.,. 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U si VI t I 1 Ifl ,!!... trfrr i-n :-jr !) h -t i-ft.m ! n m n in i- ' u . i .(', I.t: n4 k4 n rji .lr I t- Ut- ' n tur it-ax u hr;i.r. i- ft w r.l i.r.n t th - . A M . -- He- Kfish'i tf lv i rsi ililk Ut fi- f.U'itvvJ U HBt l?t. y m j 'T.T. --f-. V.--Z. ' ..-r A mi KTIG MGHT AT BlXtX. In t'.ie great imttle far admission one i f lhe st ites of the u:i on. carrt-d rn be Nt w e;en for n-ar!v se t .t decades pet. no nume stands nearer tie had of the !org and honors!. roll of fighters l.r the v.! rs h- n t-c was !n i lerritorv. than that of Ueorge Worth Pri hard. orte Worth Pri. hard n tM.rr at New Harmony lr... on t!-,e fi't'i day f Aigust. t:,u. His pirmt. were Jumes K. 1'. a turd end .Marth.-. Pochard, who h! !,. n I .Tore mar riage M.rthn Is.rs Tne l r was .t j .j;.. tutor until the tune i.m..' when 'he should ml. r . ..!;. w ... j .' , . triculatel t the Fr-iversttv of Jil 11 gan, in the Vt.rary d -orf eiit. Frooi tros .nstitutmn .- etdj:aed -.tn credit t.. ttii . :r ,it,,l .. le.sfiK-.-.tr's in 171 S .!..,, ;. ,:;l h(. , I..U '-I tlom V. e l-t-al d. j.ril ,ent of tilts- me int ii5t ...ri When be had attained his degree it," r;an l'i. h n iih.L end commit. I th Kurt,,. :,.r H ye..r. lie renin ved hi. teit studio durin, this n:re. snd in HT4 wns a.linitte.1 to the lie He then went to Utile INnrk. Ark. In wh.r h t iv he praito ed l .w f.. avoi tuii. iiv j prvtlreJ In tti.r I lintu by Walton ports of the n.tne str.le for a i-triod rive years j., In lxT. Colonel prichard. then om.. an attorney of cor.i.ers'i!e ab -ity. eini- to New- Mexico to live. ". ' ' set lied Mrt la Ijis egas. end th i big in the praciic . i.r hM profee"i','i but rerr oved to Smta Fe in 1?4. '"''tiel Pri. 5.r,i held a colon-Iss.' s ci.' rel f th- Nation..! Guard e i' iffoi it. d u m prMdi-r.tiai br" oU m lh'. H was f..icrl atti rn 1' .r t' -' trr tori f-v m lsl lT-. :-"..r iv t. rios. beg rning in 1T and lx "' w as a m. Hii.er o' the .orritor.al c.o'i e I. F1.T.1 ;; to 1 not he vns a bs. tr.c; .'tt..rr. y f..r New Mexico, an I in 14 ajj 15, ,- ran niti'rni y g. -?i- i'! of th Le rnt.-ry. . 'he i t.ior of the I ill (fa v.d :in for t:. constitution"! cnv n- n of p nr.d nirnit-er of th. t t-orver.tion: th. ea-.hor of the tu l.i." -end U.,n ,ati. in law of the ter r.tory. of i.. of the j.rt ese;at'lihir'C th territorial Irs.n, av Pi:.i - auth'-''' f arversl ither important Mils, sr..: a mcre.l.-r o. the constitutional c.n Ver.ii..i ..f l;e. He 'S a rr.!-n-Tir of the firm t Frktjara and Howard of Sams F.