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FC'JH THE ALBUQUfBaUElUirJUL'G JOURNAL MONDAY, JUNE 17, 1912. ' i : i tT. 1 ! r -,. - tir. (ORhW l ! sf Km MsJ by twa JOUn.'.'AL PUSUSHIKG CO. I. A. M4rPMRRfK...,. W. T. McCRKJUHT DOW W. LL'IK .....IT.!.! Btaaw.r ...air mho WMiHI KwMtlH C, t. AtUKKMOM. WPIIM iHlW. mum RAlrH . NII-LHiAW, nn . srw i, gwt.r.4 mafAtm saartsr Mloflni AiMKiiimniiMi, ft. M f CWTM of Muck i, IIT. THIS fHt!iWl JOl'RWAt, I THB t,furt nEift,rcv paprh or kuw KRX1C1X 81 PPOKTyrl TH PRI.vrl KM Of THB RSPrBUCAJf PARTT U. THB TIM MR THB METH'f Cr THB HEPl'BMCAjf FABTT WBU THKT ARB RK1HT. Utrwmr rlrralattes tha aar ethar awsae Ik New Mm. Th ir Pr la titm MaSMW lMI (Wf u UK rwr. - THRU OF HVBIKTtlpTIOJI. rT. hr earner, mm mt.. tMllf. by BUII. a, saoaife ... "Th MirniBB Jmtl tu ftlhr Mr eslait rails thaa M ser4 to say char HW X afxjs. ya ABVI am Kswapapa lrseicr. aUiUQCRQl-n CW MEXICO I 1,1 that gam 4. flnUb, and very wne know hai brarni of Goliath, of Oath, CM. P.ooeeVeH i doing th Oo liAth of Oath act, and ha may uf.'er :he fUnl'i fata. . , i 11 lakca times of real stress to de velop men mho can b strong "with charity for all and malic toward none.'. There la no auch man , In either party today, perhaps, because titer la no great call for one. Itoose- ( ha not taken bold of any T-t Issue. He loudly aaaerta he haa and snakes that assertion go down rl'n thousands, but when analysed hi proposition prove mere platltude-. Tuft hat beea ao weak in the cam- tal.7n aa to take the heart out Jul hit own friends. Ha haa had a mud lied aniia'latratlon, II haa' muddleo. f ilralnr. Peraonally ha la woefully j weak. ' F.ooaevelt denanda a new deal, but ha la uaina; the old pack with a Joker Inaerted. Taft leana placidly on prec edent, not" realizinjr that precedent la t oins Into limbo. The republican par. ty la threatened with deatructton be tween tham, aad lo. there ara none but tha HrKlnleya, the PUona. the Ilarnaea and tha Heneya to aav It. The convention tnay nominate Taft or It may nominate Kooeewlt. M'hat- Javer I he reault. the party has received I la stainrerlnf. lkw, and If either ofj llheaa men should be elected. It will re- iulr a new allirnment, new thoticht and eaerKctlc action to aava It from utter destruction before the lll Cam palgn arrives. A HrtlOIMJI 8 OBSKltVATIOX. Tha Kanta Te Xew Mexican rises to emit the following;: ''Olapee, oveclhe titles of Xfie bills that have become Ia-. They are Irra- fatahle erklonce of th stateamanshlp of tha republican majority of th Ug lalatuje, of the goid common sense of a democratic governor, w ho was not afraid to sign a Kood measure even though It waa paaaed by a republi can lefialatar! . Moat ot the title were all rlrht. The f over nor ' found It neceaaary to veto most of, tha Mils, however, becauae of tha lanre and ojlyt Africana concealed in the tit of tbem.' People generally will regard the New Mexican's re marks aa tubtile humor. Any -other construction woutd be to lake the writer of them for a hopeleaa paretic We art imre ha It noL State Senator Isaac Barth Believes "Governor McDonald Exercised Veto Power Wisely IXSTItrCTirD DfXECJATKS. it is claimed that a number of the delegate Instructed for Taft will vote for Roosevelt, and vie versa. Should there be no nomination on the, first ballot, tha prediction is that Instruc tions will be tenerilly disregarded on the subsequent votes taken. So delegate a ho haa accepted the position at th hands of any conven tion can afford to pursue such course, lie may change only when the name STATIC Total delegate. .1 07 Necessary to nominal $t The fallowing table la compiled from Rooswvelt estimates, except In th case of New Mexico, and from derisions of contests by th republi can national nifnmiltM In rial Th. figure will b changed dally aa the'ot ,h tandidale for whom h la In remaining conleata ar decided. istructed release him or when it be comes perfectly certain that such can dldate haa no change of securing the nomination and I only obstructing thing by holding on to a forlorn hope. Delegates hare been known to vio late Instructions In very few case. Generally such delegates have to. meet the charge of unfaithfulness when they return home, even from men who may not have been in sympathy with the action of the convention when It lsued such Instructions. Th delegates lo th republican na tional convention from New Mexi co were not pledged, therefore ar permitted to do aa they may like! when tha time cornea to cast their Alabama Arlieona ....... Arna California Colorado Connecticut . . . Delaware .Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois , Indiana Iowa Kansas , , , KenlucJky . , . , . louisitftia , Maine Maryland ... ...... .. Maaaachueett i Michigan.......,., j Minnesota ......... Mississippi ........ j Musjwatn .......... U Mswtaaia, ........... Neftraa .......... Ne4ia ( M:sii:r .... Kw ry .....,, ,, ew r5S ....... T 11 II X It It I II II 1 t 29 : According to the columns of the Kama Fe Xew Mexican, a real live rumor of a railroad in the northern part of the state was started immedi ately after the adjournment of the legislature. Possibly it waa only a re. vlval ( Jnavt, railroad that waa boom ing last year letween Taoa and Halt Lake Uy..a There is quite a story con nected' with' tbitt boom that may at som time make Intcreatlng reading for th people of New Mexico and of me other Plates. flefore the Chicago convention haa finished it work, the Baltimore host i kin an advantageous rnen for a res cue In some cases. Tte bill relative :o the weetem ex tenvioi of El Camino Real from Albu querque west to ' the Arixona line granted an appropriation of S2.V0t for survey of the road and no provi sion for any read work whatever ex cept a report back to the next legis lature a to its feafbjMy. A- survey is not necessary ia any opinion. If that much money were applied directlv on the road and a sum of $.( 8 more dded thereto, the bill would be one anoroved y which would command itself to fa if 1 did vorable consideration but 12.006 for a m- i iiiil lurvey which does not provide for gant to say the least. "The item of I.U0 was not. as in dicated In your paper, appropriated for the bureau of immigration, nor waa the bureau of immigration placed under the commitsioner of puSl'c Jands. The fact is that following what seemed to be a fully outlined plan la trhe as much power from the .'ai Prrtp lr v"fnd place as much power aa pemibie .In. a statement made te the Morn ing Journal yesurcW. State Senator Isaac Barth, ot Brpalillo county, commeata at considerable length on Qovemor McDonald s action in disapproving- numerous bills sent to him by the legislature In the ctosing hours of the aewion. Senator Barth goes into detail in his statement, which is interesting. . He says: . "Of course, not knowing- the gov ernor's rc-aaon for rejecting 'the mea sure which the Morning Journal re port hfm to have diss cannot rive them: and would not be nm'Der for them publicly! But inasmuch aa I en poeed In the senate, nearly every one of the measures that the governor has disapproved I am very strongly of ti.e opinion that he acted very wisely In disapproving the measures that h am ana ir it is of interest to your rear er to hav my reason for opposing these measures. I have no hesitancy u K"inK tnem to you. The' right powder that the Idea tack of a great deal jf me legislation which was propose!, especially in the senate, waa that th appointing power of the govt-rnoxr should be curtailed and that the Power generally of . the governor anouia te lessened in all matters and. in preparing bills for introduction in n legislature, it seem to ne that more attention waa given to reward ing service to the republican imrtv 8 n it minialiin. .... i ,A ,k ... t "iic party than aas riven to the in. w aw to e cxpeciea uui in Bai.fiM oi tn taxpayer and it seems more show will le a serious eompeH-! J? m tnat it is a very good thing that tor with the one sawdust ring in the now holding fjhj Wlndr city. When Colonel Roowvelt speaks of the plain people who are supporting him, it Is understood that he refers to George W. Perkins. "Old Bill" FHnn and Gifford Plnchot. Mr. Ileney is making himself some what more conspicuous at Chicago than hi abilities warrant. He is not a very big man. but that fact ha nev er occurred to him. . the governor has disatir,mr.i of those proposed laws in order to im pre upon the republican mcn.bers of the legislature that legislation must be general in character and not framed ac a to reward service to fa vored one or punish counties thnt went democratize, or to embarrass democratic officers. And th county salaries bill, in niv ooinion. was framed with the idea in mind ot pu-i-j In the commissioner of public lands th I6.0e was provided to. be ex iwnded by the commissioner f public lands. "In the original appropriation bill no appropriation wa nutde- for the bureau of immigration and th ap pointees of the governor for the bu reau were not confirmed by the sen ate. It being the intention of the re publican majority to curtail the gov ernor" appointive power to that em tent, and while -the expenditure of 1 4.5 (10 . by the bureau of im migration was in every way much to be desired and for the bene fit of the people of the state gen erally; giving that amount to th? public land commissioners to ex pen 1 .1 useless, and it is very plainly not for a benefiicial purpose as far as the people of the state are concerned. i As far as the items relative to the corporation commission, I will say that the bill carried an appropri at the rifhi price One cent an ounce 23 ounces for 23 cents is the rlilt price to pay for baking powder. It's the price . . BAKING FOVDZR sells for. Do not pay more; it's a waste of raor.c?. K C Baking Powder i3 pure, wholesome and ef fective in action. Results are sure and certain. ' A trial will not only convince, but make yoti ; a firm, fast friend. Yon really ought to know for yourself what a wonderful bciing hdp K C Baking Powder is. Send for the K G Cook's Book It's FREE The K C Cook Book, containing 90 tested, easily, male recipe, sent free npon receipt of the coWed cer tibcite packed in the 25-oent can. Send it today. - t - . - Jaquea Mf. IgV CAN G'JAPAjjTg m W JAQues Mraco." 20 3- - - & hg ee-rValn oVerV ' in". !ra XtlSL",??. Partis CaavttxM . , . . ., ffatM Viaj r fee-(Hs.1 tr f- kW Iaa4 wm "ajriia . . . . &! TiakMa r - - . swaBoe . . ........ Texas . rta ...... VTRaMkt .......... Virginia, Wavhmgton Wt 'irgiia Wyemle; Alus iNjiirv-t of Columbia Hawaii fniuppn Porto It ice Total I II I it ji zi i 21 i "i M 1 if 4 it it it i 2 it it I 21 t ts It 1 ; ii i i It 1 reported that the telegraph companies have provided extra insula tion for the wire over which the col onel's speech will be carried tonight. It is believed that ISO of Chicago's strong arm squaa win oe aoie to pre serve order on the floor of the con vention. CoL Roosevelt ha some friends who embarrass him about as much aa cer tain friends embarrass the president. There can be no doubt that the vote In the convention. On the oth-.Nw Mexico legislature will hold the lit 411 r hand, the democrats who go to th Baltimore convention have ' posi tive Instruction to vote for Champ Clark. Po long aa the name of the speaker may be actively before the convention those delegate hav bo option but to cast th vote of New Mexico for him. Their hand ar tied br instruction front the highest au thority ia in dewocratie party of the state, and any one failing to carry out the spirit of the Instructions would be marked henceforth a traitor to his true. The same condition prevails In the Chicago convention where a very large ptTcrstage of the delegate) are there under Instruction for one or the oth'-r of the candidate. The effort by the leader to indue delegate) to break the pledge under which they were sent, displays an exceedingly low mor. a! standard. There la no law to pon ih u h anion. The observance of th pledge is merely matter of hon or, but any delegate violating It will be punished by the contempt of the people who know him for a very long time booby prise against all comers. MAY of 8andoval county, which was put in '' """","7 J"fc ,1a.. k it.I, a ......n a hill was passed in the house l m,.i.i" " i " '.which the corporation commission and the governor had agreed, but the senate, actuated by a desire to over ride the governor, aa I believe, again passed the bill, carrying substantially the same appropriation which he had theretofore vetoed and it was not to be expected that he would approv an aDDroDiiatlon which he had ex presslv disapproved two weeks be fore. The appropriation included list of clerks that seemed to me to in dlcate that the commissioner them selves thought that it would not be necessarv for them to have work to tarn the I.e4, which the constitution save thev-ahall be paid. And then lor fear tfcr.t thev had not gued gencr ously they asked ilo.W) extra a contingent fund." n ' OPINIONS HANDED JfiSTMl GUI PLAMT AT DEM IfJG E II M FUTUR San Francisco Man in Luna County ' Seat Investigating Possibilities for Such a Pub lic Utility. Carr t wnmim hws 1 voir from Iowa. lav r'olttte haa 2 from Wisconsin ' fr"'" North Dakota. Tin; in n nut njuiiT. The convention meet, tomorrow. No on can tell today what the outcome will be. it is morally certain tht eilher Taft or Kmwevel! will be the KEXATOIl UARTH'H IXTIVItrV. Elsewhere here appear in th Journal an interview with fc-nator Isaac Itarth, who give hi view on th bills vetoed by tjovtrnor McDon aid. The statement I a very clear on and should I read by the people of the state In order that ther mar un- au.mmec. ar horse talk has com-4 demand th true inwardness of s-fviy nwow. jn tn lac of things very deplorable cundltlon brought It appears that Mr. Taft has a small Clear majority of the delegate, but the Taft nat..r hav laduased that de rations from their rank, particularly among the drlegiiona from th south. re expected. To be sure tb-y min mle th defection by claiming that larger uumliet of l. legates pltdttrd to l:oeTelt will come to Taft. The logic of the situation doe not warrant sui h a conclusion. I'r ai 4i.l Tail has many enemies and lew lutel fiiends. Itotwctelt has man fanatlcwi frieuua and many fa nallial .n.ir.l.. The f,ht u more on th line J le. between the friend and th enemies of Col. JtooMvelt with Taft as a nesatlv. f. atiout by the faithlessness ot th re publican majority of the New Mexico senate. Whether It was contemplated t the constitution that the legislature shall meet again in January I a mat ter for th law vers to determine. If it shall be determined that there I no law for a regular session at that time, is Imperative that th govern or call an extra session at th rliel practicable dale, probably soon after the fall elections hav been beld. Th expense Involved will be great and will bear heavily on treasury al ready facing a big deficit. Th people of the stat should understand, once for all. that th blam lie solely with ior ana only important because ,.f th the majority of the New Mexico sen- fn.-a.!!.... ft. . ' tuples. late. who. durinc their entir. aeasinn lloowrtrit u popular Itecause h Cghta. Toft is uniM.puiar larxely he rHM h will nK f'ght until be Is lked Into a corner, th.n h? flshu wawardl). llouarvelt t-elonxs lo this generation. Taft belongs lo some era of th future when (words will b fcsatua into acted on the order of Charles Spring er, field nutihal for the republican state executive committee. It is now proposed that th demo crats create a position known a cam- pal a manager to assume, during the I'lowsruns ar.d iears!camualsn. tha Hotm k..i..r.... a. Into pruning ko.a The men whjchargrd by the chairman of th aa wx fiahUiig f Tft ar not enthus- j tk.nal committee. It la understood Ustlc for him. They are merely bit-it hat If bpeaker CUrk ahould b the tr against hi opponent. nomine he will w.nt Senator Moae It reulrva a xy strong man t'ctlvely in charge 4 hi campaign, and hold hi follower while h.-, bin s. If j If C.overnor Wilson should get th resuavlns cwlm. Lincoln wa such I BoniinalK-a he will want Joeephn man. Tafl ia uoL If he wins It .ilanb-la f North Carolina) to bor after I through th implacable and strong jnul interrsta , amemle of Thaodor Hooavvrlt. J On the "ib.r hand, that anan I n.rf It t nt l-lved that Ceaeral oxceptionalt) strong who must be f r joroscw will be head t.r th army of ver lating the tomtom, challenging i al. xiow next year. Tut on never rag tb fc. C-.-llalh. o( Oath, fUjedjtea Ieming. M . June 1. W. B Board m n. 'ef Fan Francisco, haa ar rived wt tVmlng and Is conferring with H. I. Case regarding the fewst bility of tnslalling a commercial gas plant, (ias to tie manufac tured from crude oil will be used for rooking piirp''S. Towns of leos population than iK-mijiit have uecejf ii'ly op erated gas 1Unts for the past aeveral years. Oil can be manufactured into gaa for cioking purpose at 2 per thousand a cunic loot. The avetage family of five per sons ran, during the summer months, maintain their fuel bill under II. 60 per month at these prices. In the event the field Is considered a good one for the establishment of a gvs plant a franchise will be asked for at the next meeting of the city council. . , A 2 -seated surrey, driven by Mr i Fdgar Hepp. wa overturned near the depot Thursday tvenlng. rhose In the vehii Ik at the -tme of the actidHnt wre Mrs. Kda-ar Hepp ana her two children and Mr. Chri Halthel and hr two children. Marvin and Chris tine. The accident was caused by th spirited hor-w of It. . It. Pwope run ning into th rear of the vehicle driv en by Mrs. Hepp. Ml Mary law Swope wa driving In a single bugry when the thIIU rum onwn. This frrd the animal from the buggy and Wfth th shafts dragging behind h ran into the H-jp rig. Th occupants were thrown lo Ihe ground, all of whom were more or lew scratched and bruised about th body. . Notice of Bond Election. Notlc tt hereby gtren t th gaatt fled voter of Old Albuqaerque, Schoes ITHstnct No. 12. of Bernalillo county. New Mexico, that an election will be held at Albera drug stor oa Jun IT, 112. between th hour of a. m. and p. m, for the purpose of voting upon th question f th iasu of bonds la th aunt of !:. (two thousand dol lars) la denominations of Sl- tea hundred dollar) bearing tater st at th rat f six per cent ( per rent) per annum, dated July 1. lll. and running for a period of tweaty tear, redeemabl after tea year. hod sold and handled aa provide y sect to mi, compiled laws of lit?. The receipu frora th a I of aid boLda to bo need for building a choc! ho and equtpraeal. jrV ROM FRO, M. U ALKXR., LKOXARDO Ml "NICK. Ccsiool PUwcwra. 1 taxabi property than Taos county. For instance, vet in Taos countv the rnenn s salary was Itxed at II,. 40 against f (00 in gandoval county. The treasurer in Taos county wa to re ceive II.TS against 110 for th treasurer of Kandoval county. In ad dition tc that the sheriff's office in the counties of the firm -class was fixed r.t 22,304 and he is compelled to pay therefrom all deputies above the 21.500 which is provided by the law and which U grossly inadequate to take care of the business in Berna lillo county. Kor instance, in thin connection great care was taken lo protect the sheriff of Dona Ana county by a proviso which allowed lo sheriffs of counties which bordered on foreign countries 21.500 additions!, and this proviso, of course, applied only to Ixina Ana, Grant and Luna counties. I opposed the bill also because 24.000 waa allowed to the clerk of the court In a county Ihe ? of Berna lillo. This U hardly sufficient to pay the extra help that the county clerk nas to pay, fn-ca ue a a matter of Yikct the clerk runs two offices, either bf which require nearly that sum run. And because the salary of 000 allowed to the assessor and the district clerk I altogether too much. Hither of thee offices can be and both of them are being well takc-n car of at an expense which does net exceed 23. TOO per year and which in mple and adequate in my opinion. "These inequalities which appear in the bill as affecting counties of the first-class are practically the same ia all other counties of the state and for that reason the bill ahould not be come a law. The so-called medical bill, prohi bit healing by methids practiced by the native people of this Mate for years before the coining of eny phy sician from a school of medicine, and prohibits the payment to any woman who might be called In to attend at Ihe birth of an infant any sum of money for her service. The native people of this state hav considerably more confidence in women on such occasions than they have in any man, no matter how great his learning or skill and. while the native people believe in employing physicians, they do not want lo be de-prlved of the service of a woman on such oc- DOWN BY SUPREME COURT OF STATE In Case of Territory vs. Pattie M. Turner, Defendant is Or dered Discharged; Other De cisions Rendered. ! iswectal f f reapwy Maralas Jsarwwl .sanla r e, M., June is. int iui lowing syllabi in the four opinion handed ' down by the state supreme court yesterday, pas upon a number of important law points Involved. In the case of the territory vs. Pattie M. Turner, indicted and found guilty of violating Ihe peddler license law, and in which Santa Fe and Albuquer que merchant were much interested. Ihe case turned upon a defect in th indictment rather than upon the mer iU of the case. In the case of the territory, ap ranion and I do not believe that they J pellee, y. Iattie M. Turner, appel sSould be, and, therefore, I opposed nan.t from Santa Fe county, reversed the bill. land remanded, with Instructions to "I also oppoeed thia bill because itl.n.ioin the demurrer to the indict- prohiblted Christian Nrientists from ynent and discharge the defendant. uracti.ing their religion: that is It j-rhititel them from t harping any money for their services. It !eing no breach of the law according to this measure for a Christian wientisi to practice the art of healing provmea he received no money for it. "The so-called primary elec tion bill a a delurion and a snare and as a matter of fact- It did not prtvtde for prime rles to elect candidate for puw- ll.i office, but Droviaea simply ior v.rlmaHoa to elect delegste to tne countv convention ana piacea in control of both Prty primaries ia the hand of the dominant party. The bill creating the office of dis trict clerk waa a good measure and I toted for It when It passed the sen ate and shortly after it passage Mr. Charle Fprtnger came into tne sen ate and very excitedly exclaimed that he had been double-croased In thi Mil as he wanted aa amendment to It and that if it waa not amened a he auggewted he woald kill It in the hnu. The bill was recalled and amended as sex nested y Mr. spriner and ain passed bv the senate. This time I voted s gainst It because Judxo Ueb ia a democratic juuge in tne oia trtct in whih Mr. tfprinrcr reside and the amendment had the effect of fixing th bill no that thi, democratic 4udg could not appoint a mnnci clerk, allhouch to Ihe uninitiated thi wovid ntf appear from ihe Innoc-nt wording of the bill which wa to the effect that "no distrk-t clerk ahall be appointed by the Judge or a ainnn tinless the county enmmt-sioner of a majority f the count!- shall petition iheretor" Jnlge IJeb dls? has two democratic and two republican countv bowrds. "Senate Hill No. 42 provided thM th penalty should he executed at the state penitentiary bwt no provi,on sthatcver wa made for the expense Attendant to the roawrtroetlon of suit- Me place for carrying Into effect the reouiremert of the saw and the only tt In which the aecewsarr buildings and iMunMscei could be con- trweied would be to tag 'b money from the contingent funo of the peni tentiary, thlew Is lw I'aelf Inadequate to meet the ResM of the penitentiarv. There were other oefeet tw the bin. one of whr-h wa that gv th su perintendent a dwx-refon a t when1 the eaerwitoa should take place and ilu thai twer.tr friend of b eon d'tward must be Invited and limited th cumtwT of official lo three or four ia nuAiber, makiBfc la cy cp!n-' Chief Justice RolK-rts, who wrote the opinion, says 1n the syllabus: "Section 4t, Compiled Law of 1S7, as amended by Section 4, Chap ter 10k. Laws of 1901, makes it penal offense to refuse or neglect lo take out a license and pay the pen ally prescribed, within thirty days after receiving a notice from the sessor. as provided in the act. and. It is necessary, in an indictment baaed upon the section, to charge that such notice was received by the defend ant and that he failed, within the time limited, to pay the tax or license." In the case of J. C. Gilbert, appel lant, vs. K. K. Lund, appellee, iron) Chave county, appeal dismissed. Chief Justice C. J, Hoberts. who wrote the opinion, says in the syllabus "Where appellant has failed to file assignment of error, within the time required by election 21, Chapter hi. Law of lv7, as amended by Section 2. Chapter l:s. Laws of 1(. and ad vantage Is taken of such failure by motion to dismiss before such default baa been cured. In the absence of a satisfactory showing excusing the de fault, the appeal will be- dismissed." "In the case of territory, appellee. Vs. Kichard C. Graves, appellant, from Chave county. In th syllabus, of the opinion written by Associate Justice K. H. .Hanna, It la said: "To sustain ih prosecution of a prisoner for receiving goods, knowing them to be stolen, four things must be proved : "1. That the goods or other things ere previously stolen by some other person. ,. "X. That th accused bought or re ceived them from another person, or aided ia the concealing of them. ". That, at the time he to bought ar received them, or aided in cc nieal Ing them, he knew they had been stolen. - , "4. That he so bought or received them, or aided In concealing them, snalo anlmo. or with a dishonest in tent. ' aft "The feh-nioit receiving of t?en property, knowing the sunt to hav been stolen. I a sutwtantlv offens. and distinct frota larceny. ""On? cannot at th same time be a principal la a larceny, and ia a leewl ens a receiver of the stole prop erty." la La Cueva Ranch Company, aa- Pvllant, g. Juu .V, livtUtSuei, t aia. aDoellee from forA rotintv af. t tifmul In V. - .,-11.1..,. -.t I . I . .n by Judge Frank W. Parker, it is said: "1. A decree in partition does not create a new title, but merely segre gates the right of possession, having the parlies with the name title under which they previously held "2. Sections 210 and 31 SI. Com piled Laws. 1S97. interpreted, and held not to contemplate or authorize a proceeding in partition against per sons as unknown owners who are In the actual adverse possession of the lands sought to be partitioned. 1. rne owners of contiguous tracts of land may settle a disputeu boundary between them by parol agreement, welch agreement, when followed by acqviescence i8 binding upon tne parties." FOUND Kll linn is GUILTY OF DlCKJETflEillll' Voluntary Manslaughter Ver dict is Returned Against Navajo at Aztec; Sent to Penitentiary for Ten Years. Special Ciiipisatnipf i Msralaw JswtwaH Axtec. .N. M . jun l- Uistr:ci court ha adjourned here. Judge Au bott overruled the motion for a new trial made by the attorneys for his- Chiiling-Bc-Gay, convicted of the murder of lUchsrd Wcth-rill, and sentenced the Indian to ten year in tne penitentiary. By good i-vh;iviur the Indian may get out In about live ears. Frit Brandt, convicted of steHling and butchering, cattle, was sentenced to one year in the penitentiary aua lined 2500. Charles Henderson, Indicted for complicity in thia offense, wa ac quitted, it being proved that he wis merely hired by Brandt a ts- istant. Judge Abliott hatt' taken under ad visement the change of venue nskod by William Finn, in the case wherein he la accused of assault on a Navajo Indian. Finn's petition, it is said, allege prejudice against him in favor of the Indian in San Juan county. Minor case have occupied the court's time for several days. . " LAURA BIGGER MUST PAY. $30,000 FOR . STEALING HUSBAND (awrUI raiusawi.L I M newts JewrwaJ) i reW ioravaune is. ai.iFT-iiaiw 1 division of the supreme court has de cided that 220.000 i the proper sum for Laura Bigger, the actress, to p.iy Mix Agnes Ivlary 11 end rick for the -alienation of her husband's affec tions. The verdict of 250.000 ob tained several years ago by Mrs. llen drick was set aside as ' excessive. If the plaintiff agrees, within twenty days, to accept 230.000. however, the appellate division will unanimously affirm a verdict for this sum. Other wise a new trial is ordered. Laura Bigger inherited about 200,000 sev eral years aso from Henry Bennett, a theatrical manager of Pittsburgh. Shortly after the above episode, the Bigger-Hendricks aggregation arrivea in Albuquerque and purchased th ulxer property on the mesa and or ganized the Albuquerque Sun. which lead a (strenuous existence for one hundred and twenty Issues, succumb ing when something like 18,000 was Lsunk In the enterprise. 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