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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1915.
FIVE POLITICAL POT BEGINS TO BOI L IN NEW MEXIGQ PARTY CIRCLES Rumor Has It That Senator Albert Bacon Fall Expects to Resign From Upper House Before Next Election, INTEREST CENTERS IN GOVERNORSHIP CANDIDATES FORTUNES PREMIUMS HARNESS RACES Pacific International Names of Speaker- Romero, Holm 0, Bursum, Judge Richardson, Ralph G, Ely and Felix Martinez Figure. fSPSCIAL eORRSSPNDBSICB TO MORNlNC JOURNAL' Krist I-ns Vegas, N. M., June 4. Thp politlinl situation Ih developing In this state from several different angles. Ah the governorship has, about the same relation to ii Htntp political contest that the sheriff's office has in n rnunty, Interest centers chiefly In who will bp the nominees of the re Hipctlve parties for New Mexico's i hlef executive. However, there In a rumor current In the state that Senator Albert IJ. Kail will resign before the next elec tion, and that a successor will be elected for his toga us well us some on,, to the position now held by Hon, Thomas Henton Catron. It la claimed that Senator Fall finch the national capital irksome and that he Is unnhle to save money from his salary; in fNit.'that the senntorship has become n heavy financial burden to him, and that he mean to get out of it In order to recoup his finances. In private life, Senator Kali always has been a money maker, and in pub lic lifa he runnitl Hitrvu lilu nu'V flmtn. c iu Interests and the peopl(. at the name time. While it Is known that Senator Fi'I hns stated his purpose '.o resign, it is riot known whether or not he will hantre his mind when the time comes fur final action, ltomrro's Mronsr rollouini;. In thp governorship talk, Speaker Heeundlno Hoinero's name figures large In this section of the state. Since the election of B, C. Hernandez to congress, the native element Is known to have higher ideas of Its power than ever before, and the Spanish-Americans want the chief executive of the state above everythinrr else. On the republican side, Speaker llomcro is the logical candidate from a native standpoint. He Is recognized as an ablp, agsressKe leader and exceed ingly ambitious. should Speaker Itomero not be nominated, ' tnany believe that-tho honor will go to Holm ). Hursum, the nominee of the republic uns at the first state convention. Whether Hur sum will succeed in his alleged ambi tions for the governorship is conced ed to depend largely upon the ability of the tax law, fathered by him, to work out satisfactorily. That Halph C. Kly, oreF-nt republi can state ciiuirman, 1vj ambitions for tile govj! norsliit or the senat irship Is us widely known, as Mr. Kly has trav eled since he became receiver tor the Kcw Mexican Central railroad. Mr. Kly Is making a campaign wherever he goes, and he has gone ulmost over the entire state speaking at high school commencements and other gatherings. Whether Mr. Kly has the common geezer with him cannot be stated, but it is certain that the re publican leaders of New Mexico ure against him. So far as the congressional race is concerned, it is conceded that li. C. llernandeii will not ije opposed for renoniiuatioii, regardless of the rec ord he may or may not make in Wash ington. His democratic opponent is pretty sure to bo a Spanish-American, probably Hon. K. C. de liaca, who is concededly popular with the demo cratic leaders as well as with the lank und file of his party. It, is not believed that the demo crats have decided on who would lie the best candidate for tho governor ship. In the Pecos valley Judge Itieh urdson has a strong following, and there will be an effort made to nom inate him provided he wants it. A. II. lludsneth is mentioned, but it is doubtful If he would consent to: give up the inai:ial.ship, a sure thing if Wilson is re-elected, for an un certain gubernatorial race. Status of I'cllx Martinez. Many democrats over the state have n idea that lion. Felix Martinez would be the logical man, provided be decides to remove from Kl Paso find take up his actual residence in New Mexico. Mr. Martinez is known to have invested heavily. In the valley near Las Cruces. He also is one of the largest land owners In Colfax county und has valuable property in San Miguel county. Whether he will aban don his large interests in Kl Paso und move his actual residence into a state where his constructive residence has been for many years, Is known to no one other than Mr. Martinez himself. Also It is known to no' one other man Mr. Martinez whether he Would accept a nomination for the gover norship if it was offered to him; but it is conceded by all that he would make a strong run should he enter 'no race. Mr. Martinez has the con fidence of the business Interests of the stale, regardless of race or party and he has the .confidence of the Anglo-Americun as well as the Spanish-American. A. A. Join's Itcgurdctl Sure. For the democratic senatorial can didacy but one man is generally con sidered for Senator Catron's place. That man is Iloii. A. A. Jones, assist ant secretary of the interior. Should there be two candidates, it is not im probable that Judge Richardson would be the one named to fill the unexpired term of Senator Fall. On the republican side, it is known that Senator Catron will be nominat ed to succeed himself and that he will command the full republican strength. Should he have a running mate, he, Probably, would be Hon. .. Bursum, ho would prefer the senatorship to tbe governorship, though there fire .several prominent republicans, who Would like to inherit Fall's toga. 1 Hal Hoy, 2:0G!4, driven by Marion Cliilds and owned by Edward Peterson of Omaha. Hal Boy, (he largest money winning pacer in the northwest in 1814, is an entry in both big pacing stakes and several class races at Hie exposition. 2 Maymack, 2:04' ,, holder of world's record for Ihree-heat-race by trotting mare and a starter in the free-for-all trot at the exposition. Maymack is owned by Itod McKenzie, the famous Cali fornia turfman, and will be driven by Charlie De Kyder. 3 Walnut Grove, 2:K'i, by Constaniine, 2:12'j. An entry in varioua races at the exposi tion, including the three big pacing stakes. Walnut Urove will be driven by A. F. lluthveii of Kansas City. 4 1 leeta Dillon, II, 2:084, holder of world's record for two-year-old pacing fillies. One of V. L. Shuler's entries in the Panama-Pacific International Exposition harness races. While the various sport events field so far at the Phiama-Pacilic International Exposition have made ine worm sir. up ana take notice, The conditions drawn tip for these races are extremely liberal and make tk cost to the owner slight in comparison with the Brines offer- mere is one pan oi me use to come i ea. as tne lirst day in April will which is attracting the attention of j see the close of all entries, it would .some of the most prominent men in , he well for all, who have not already the United States and abroad. This signified their intention of entering. is the program of the harness races J to do so with all possible haste. 10 oe nein on tne reposition track in Tune, October and November. In arranging for these events the ofll tials of the Panama-Pacific Interna tional Exposition took a step that had never been taken by past uni- . y S- w mW Hi fZ- i! if, fu m u rK-y v Y&) ' In 4v .v Vlf J v :yZ : : ra 1 f v- ' .N 1 ' ' ' ARCHULETA IS SENT TO-. , JAIL FOR SIXTY DAYS ' ON PLEA OF GUILTY J. .M. Arcbuli'la. Jr., of Cabexon. S:iido-i ciiiint , yesterday, pleaded guilty to the ( liaise of carr inu deadly weapon and a s nti ui i. t lv 1'olb o Judge (borgc K. Craig to scne sixty (lays In .fall. Arclnleta pulled an auloiiuitie pis ll In all argument with Henry Vaii'iR' at the old Fabcr lulnlliiie Horp Thursday night and rauiinfil itaKalin.t his stomach. Mr. Vanow toidi the gun iiwuy from lilm. Cupl.iin D'Hiady ar rested Archuleta. He was charged with assault Willi a deadly weapon at the time, hut Mr. Yunow withdrew his complaint upon Archuleta's signify ing his willing ii 'fs to plead guilty to the les.'er cllarse. MRS. MATTHEWS NAMED PRINCIPAL OF SCHOOL The directors of school illnti let No, i'J elected teachers at I heir meetly yesterday ufteiliooii. Mrs. l;ita H. Matthews was chosen its principal, and Miss Sofia Vl'lsarri and Miss Mal le Durum as teaeh( rs. IXMl UFNT P.iMim. 2r.50. fnclnir aller In linsliieys siN tlon. Suitable) for pliiiiiblng or tin shop, or si or age; bent mill water Included. Apply this otTli-t BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY PAROID ROOFING with year guarantee 15- There is one exception to this rule, nowever, the lour topnotehcrs, be cause of their importance, having until June 1 to be selected. Each of these events are worth $20,000. The wonderful responses that I an(' Russell Allen of Pittsfield, Mass. have come from the harness schedule i an(l C. TegethofT of New York have set at rest all doubts as to its have agreed to assist in making tho success. Despite the fact that the exposition meets the most succeas- versal fairs and the move was one deserving great credit. Two meetings are scheduled, summer and fall schedule having i big war in Europe will keep many lu ,n years i m c j .j ii ; . .j . . . - i been prepared. The first of these begins on June 5 and closes on June 19. The fall meeting- opens on October 30 and runs until November 13 and the entry list to date shows that some of the greatest horses and drivers of the speedy sulky have tossed their hats into the ring for all these dates. Twenty-four days of racing have been provided for by the Exposition officials and considering ,that such meetings would be worth thousands of dollars to any Eastern track, the foresight of those who ar ranged the exposition schedule must he appreciated. "The prizes hung up are sufficient o attract the greatest drivers in the Jworld and have done so. For the prst meeting, which occupies eleven nays in June, there is approximately 110,000 to be distributed among the winners of the thirty-three events, un only four of these have the en tries already closed and these are (confined to the younger set of two and three years old. These winners will take $12,000 of the big amount 'donated, leaving the kingly sura of nearly 100,000 to go after. I fered by the exposition officials. And with the coming of these turf figures will come such men as Ster ling Holt, C. K. (J. Billings, William Simpson, William Ilussell Allen, Ed. Tin., u:n; rfi,, i t- m,. M IJIkWI, , llltaill f. l. I'll- Kenzie, John C. Huuer, C. J. Kerry, 1). J. Campau, H. Markey, W. A. important trotters at home, the en- M. W. Savage of Minneapolis and try list will be one of the larcest I George H. Estabrook of Denver, the ever known anion? American and 'former the man who purchased the Canadian candidates. Famous East- famous Dan Patch for $t0,000 and i Clark, Jr., Sydney Toman, W. P. ern drivers, such as Alonzo McDon- who will bring several of that great I Murray. W. K. 1). Stokes. Palmer aid and L. Shuler are already in racer's descendants to the cxposi-1 Clark, J. W. Considine, S. S. Uailey, California, grooming their entries tion, are two others who have taken j Frank Malcolm, M. L. Woy, David for the big purses. McDonald is a great interest in the schedule pre-1 Ponner, A. li. Coxe and hundreds n- T!,,., ,..,... CAL I lm.-r.,! 1 1 - 1 , . V ' M ........ 1 . ,.tl 1 . ! .. . 1 located at Pleasanton. both busv with active training, something they could not accomplish in the East with the cold weather prevailing there. The advisory board chosen by the executive committee, which was it Relf named by the exposition direct ors, comprises some of the greatest figures in American turfdom. Among them are the presidents of the National and American Trotting Association, P. P. Johnston of Lex ington and W. P. Ijams of Terre Haute. Neither of these veteran drivers is active in harness racing today, hut H. K. Devereux of Cleve land, who is tho head of tho Grand Circuit, has expressed his intention to enter the events for amateurs which are on the exposition sched ule. William bimoson of Nevr York, pared. Dr. John C. McCoy, once of others prominently connected manager of Directum I, another with the trotting industry of prominent figure of tho American Europe, . Australia, New Zealand, turf, is working hard to secure the ! England, Canada und tho United best material from Eastern stables, i States. With such men behind the pro-! The schedule as prepared bv the gram the harness meets at the ex-! Exposition committee arranircs for ! little blue-eyed man who hci field position are sure to attract atten- 'Sunday mntinec races each Sunday the reins of 'soma of the greatest tion the world over. The gathering ! from 11 A. M. to 5 P. M. durinir harness horses in the world, awaken Ings. Dazzle Patch, one of the groat Dan Patch family und owned by Sav-' age, is one of the entries already, in and the Savage string will inclmlei many noted performers. Shuler'sl stable is looked upon as one of thoi greatest in tho country, including such wonderful speed marvels as Peter McCormick 2:0! (eligible in the 2:10 clnss on allowance) by Peter the Great, 2:07 U; Electa Dil lon, by Sydney Dillon, and Twinkling Dun, 2:UiiU, by Dun Patch. I Hod McKenzie's string including the great Joo Patchon II, is beinij' "prepper" by Charlie De Ryder at McKenzie's big Plensanton plant. Mention of Iludd Doble, that cnuet THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale and Itetnli Penlera In riti;.SIl AMI HALT MEATS , , Musiiu'e a fipecialiv. For t attle and Hogs the lllitel . Market lrlm Aw lbl DU5CF CITY Cleaners-Hatters S20 West Gold rhono 411 will see such drivers as I'udd Doble, May, June, July, August and the Pop Geers, Hilly Andrews, Knnpsack first three Sundays in September. flieumy, winy miow, iiarry uersey, the exposition track whore the Charley De Ryder, Walter Cox, Walter Mubcn, Tommy Murphy, Charley Dean, Charley Duifce, Mil lar Sanders, Willie Durfee, Eon Mc Donald, -Mike " liowei inan, A. I great events are to be held, is de elared by expert horsemen to be ideal in every respect, and that many records will be shattered is a fore cone conclusion. The eouinment at Thomas, Eon Daniels, Elmo Mont- j the exposition course is modern in gomery, Fred Wrail, Al Stewart, Ar-i every respect and with the track lio Frost and at least twenty others j built particularly for fast time many who are preparing their ulrings to a record is sure to go by tho boards compete for the prince! v.. prizes of-1 during the summer and. fall mect- niemnries of the nast in tbd minds of those who do not belong to the' ' lutter duy aggregation of ruinsnien.i Doble's name is inseparably linked1 with the names of three champion! trotters whose performances during the past forty years have startled the world, namely Nancy Hanks,' Dexter and GoldHinilh Maid, a trio of remarkable equines whose list of victories form long and interesting chapters in tho history of light har ness records. Hudson for Signs!; Wall Paper HUDSON for Picture Frames Fcirth t and Copper At. row 25 WANTED: A Bright Young NAMES SELECTED FOR AMERICAN HALL OF FAME RUSSIANS TO INSPECT SUPPLIES PURCHASED (V MOflNINtl JUURNAL SPCCIAL LIABtO WOU) (IV MONNINQ JOURNA PkCIAL LlAStO WIRRJ New York, June i. .Seven names) New York. June. 4. Six eminent of famous Americans out of more i Uussian cnKiiieera, commissioned by than 00 named by the general pub- their (government to come to the lie, have been selected as candidates i I'nltPU States and C anada on u, trip fiicxTRvs rr.r.s. Fresher, cleaner, better. Every one candled, stamped and guaranteed. Bold by Jaffa, Maloy, Hawkina. for the five tablets inscribed every few years in the hall of fame in the New York university, They were chosen by the one hundred electors, appointed giiin(iienially to render final decision in the matter and who will chose tho ultimate live in Sep tember. The names are: Francis I'arkmun, Author; Mark Hopkins, educator; Alice freeman Palmer, teacher; Horace Bushnell, preacher and theologian: Joseph llenrv.' Benjamin Thompson and Louis ARUssiz, scientists; Ceorge Uok-i ers (Marie, .vatnuniei i.reene ana Thomas J. Jackson, soldiers; Uulus ('boat,, and Thomas Mdntyre Cooley, Jurists; Samuel Adams, I'atrlek Henry, John Jay and Alexander Hamilton, statesmen: Charlotte Saunders I'ush man, actress. They were announced today by Chancellor Kmcritus Mu'Craken, chairman of the Hull of Fame com mittee. AMERICAN LINER TO SAIL FOR LIVERPOOL Br MOHNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LIMIO WRC New York. June i. The American liner Philadelphia will steam from here for Liverpool on schedule time, regardless of whether the com puny reaches an uKreement with its engi neers over their demands lor HiO per cent increase in wages, it was an nounced late today by P. A. S. Frank lin, vice president of the Internation al Mercantile Marine company, own ers of the line. Mr. Franklin said that of Inspection of wartime supplies houKht for Kussla In America, reached New York tojla.v aboard the steamer Hercronsfjord from Scandinavian ports. After remuinliiK here about two weeks the parly will leave for manu facturing centers where rolling stock and machinery already contracted for by the Kussian government are under construction. Upon the completion of their work in tho United States the party will u'SHUine similar labors in Canada. PROMINENT MEXICANS COMMEND WARNING (V MiiRNINC JOURNAL f RtCtAL LKARCO WIRI Oil Jioard I'. S. K. Colorado, Ban Diei;o, Culit'., June 4. President Wil son's message warning Mexican lead ers that un equilibrium must be reached, has commanded universal commentation from prominent Alex leans and heads of business houses m the important seaport and railroad terminal of ciuavmas, Sonoia, accord ing lo radio adv ices received today by Rear Admiral Howard aboard his flagship, the cruiser Colorado, In port here. s , Other dispatches report u new fac tion in control of La, Paz, Lower Cali fornia. This faction has proclaimed Its neutrality as regards a IT forces in Hie Held, und has sent agents to Hie The engineers Were met here -by-, loaders of all other factions asking representatives of a down manufac turing companies, one of whom suld tliut Hie purchases already contracted for and those now In negotiation would total one of Hip largrst lump sums ever spent by a foreign govern ment In the United States for such supplies. AMERICANS FLEEING FROM CITY OF MEXICO (r MORNINQ JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASED WIRE) Washington, June 4. British au thorities in Mexico City are arrang ing to take out foreigners by horse back and automobile to points from which there is train service lo Vera Crius. Dispatches to the C'urranza agency here from Vera Cruz indicate that Carranza, rhas begun taking steps to .distribute food. Mie dispatch receiv ed today says: "President Wilson's note was re ceived Thursday and Is being given trenl consideration on all sides. I'.lL'hl full complement of men would I thousand sacks of corn w ill arrive ready to take charge of tne engine department. TWO AMERICANS. ARE AMONGCANADA'S WOUNDED Ottuwiv, June 4. Lieut. Arthur George Scott, of Texas, and itay Ar thur Crandall, of Golden Valley, N. V., are given as wounded in the lisis of casualties .among the Canadian continsent, issued by the militia de partment here tonight. The casualty lists contain tne names of 12R, of whom 120 were ki'led In action and live died of wounds. No lHvldcd Alli-glunie. Santa Barbara, Calif., June 4 Di vided allegiance will not bp tolerated by the United States In admitting ap plicants to citizenship, Superior Court Judge 8. E Crow announced here to day to several former subjects of Kng leiid, Germany and Italy seeking ad ru.csion to citi'ieurhip. here today and constitutional autho ritics will sell it at cost price. Car tanzu is making every effort' to han dle the food situation und so tar has successfully done so." GEORGIANS RESENT OUTSIDE INTERFERENCE fSV MORNINa JOURNAL SPECIAL LEASES WIRE1 Atlanta, Ga., June 4. (Handbills circulated hire today made the fol lowing announcement: "In the exercise of constitutional rights of assembly, there will bo a mass meeting on the capitol grounds in Atlanta. Saturday night, June 6, 1915, for the purpose of defending and preserving the right of trial by jury and the defense and support of the Integrity of the constitution and the governor of Georgia by Georgians in Georgia." It was impossible tonight to learn who was responsible for the publica tion and circulation of the 6hc;tls. that this neiilnilily be respected. Guaymiis Is ouict, with the cruis ers New Orleans and Cleveland anch ored In the hal'or. Villa forces hold it, with Carranza troops reported en circling" the town and burning rail road bridges t'i tin! north. LIBERTY BELL 'TRIP NOW FULLY PLANNED SV MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL 'l EASED WIRE) Philadelphia, June 4. Tho council committee in charge of the trip of thp Liberty bell to the Panama-Pacific exposition has decided to invite gov ernors to travel on the Liberty .bell special train while ( is within the borders -if tbe.r respective slates. A request on behalf of the school children of St. Louis that they he given an opportunity (n coo t lie bell by having the city included in the re turn itinerary was presented today to the committee. Action on tho reciuest will be taken next Monday. FIVE PERSONS KILLED IN KANSAS STORMS (Br MORNINO JOURNAL SPECIAL LEAHLD WIMr K line-ill Oily, Mo., June 4. At least five pi rsnns eie killed and n M ore more Injured by .destructive slonuH that swept westi I'll and northwestern Kansas today. Four men wero drowned when handcar went into a washout caused by the Solomon river east of Moiiund. A turunda which tdriick Lcotl caused one ilenlh and the serious Injury of a number of persons. Klght more per sons were Injured in a tornado which sWelit across Burton. Itllssell and ( Is- ' borno counties. Properly loss of $ unfl.Olll), If was es timated, was caused by rain and wind In Clark county, near the Oklahoma line. Four inches of water fell in fif teen niinuliM in Ashland, the county sent, mending to advices from that plae. Five Inches of I'll ill were re ported from Sedgwick and Samuel count i'-s. The largest stock of Toys to be sold regardless of cost. Remember this stock must be sold during this sale. Now is your chance. The Leader Bankrupt Stock. Sale starts Monday, 9 a. m. II li ti RAT"Vn A 'on "tsbliihed nd 1 J.JiH reputable houw 40 tA J yeri in buiinru hat ; "in pening in thin cily lor rniJrnl r jTj ippretciilrtive. Hit time will be largely rli his own; the work is pleasant acid ? i fi agreeable liii profit average! more than 1 1 ii'A'i " the business done, and i pj previoui expfrience it not eisential, la "i Thii it an ideal opportunity luf a young ff man ol good appearance, wide circle of i" "i Iff acquaintance and a genuine desire to Lfl H make good in a profitable field ol work, jfe, r7 The eailicrt reply will receive first fc ! I comidcration. p5 I FOSTER GILROY ! r.i f H 301 LaSayeilc Street New York if:i!!l!!!!!i:ii;!l!l!l!l!!i:i!il!IIilliil!!ll!l Eli II hi AMERICANS WARNED TO GET OUT 0F GERMANY 1ST MORNIN9 JOURNAL BPSCIAL LtASSO Wll London, June 4 (l):4i p. in.) A dispatch to the Kxrhange Telegraph company from Amsterdam says: "A message received here from Hcr lin states that tha American colony In P.erlin has linen warned officially that diplomatic relations between t'.ermany and the t?niticl Stales may be Jnolcen off In forty-eight hours and that the peoplo uhould bold themselves in readiness to leave (ier inany." ' The greatest slaughter sale ever held under one roof in Albuquerque starts Monday, 9 a. m. The Leader Bank rupt Stock. - OHIO HAS THIRTY-THREE ALMOSTPERFECTSPELLERS rV MORNINO JOURNAL SPSCIAL l.SASIU WlRS Columbus, o., June 4, Thirty three Ohio school children spelled so well Hint Ificy withstood a rapid flr.i of difficult words lasting through ull o( today, rxhaiisted a. list of live thou sand words prepared In advance, and set committees to work tonight searching; dictionaries for even more taiiKl'il letter combinations, in the slate wide spelling bee held here lo oey under the direction of the Ohio agricultural commission. Shortly lie fer,, midnight they were still sin mlliig. Sevenlv -five boys and girls, ea. fi the chiinuilmi yeulhful speller ,.f his county, hud entered the content early In tile day. At a late hour tonight ClauJe Oossett, of Hillslioro, a 2'1-yeitr-old high school boy, was declared flu i haiupioii speller of the slute, after In' hud made a grade of S7 In u writ ten test on IUU particularly difficult words. The test was resorted to us a final means of discovering tlm, sur vivor among the thirty-three who could not bo caught on the five-thou-(.and-vvord list. SfmicfM CocKfail WOMEN VISITORS GET INTRODUCTION TO SALMON ISV MORNINO JOURNAL SPICIAL LCAD WIRSI Porilaiid, (hi'., June 4. Scores of eastern delegate! to the general fed eration of women's clubs, whose prior MC'iuaintfince with salmon was mostly as it came out of cans, saw the greut silver fish In I he water today and ate lilm fresh baked. 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