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ALBUQUERQUE MORNING JOURNAL, MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1915.
THREE What's New in New Mexico GOVERNOR TRYING HIS HARDEST TO SELL ROAD BONDS Chief Executive Writes Letter Endorsing Plan Urged by Former Mayor to Dispose of Issue, STATE E XII IT ATTRACTS MANY TO EW MEXICO Illinois Man So Pleased With Purchase of Land in Tor- . ranee County That He Wants to Buy More, fPtCIAL COKRSiPONOCNCI TO MORNIN9 JOURNAL Santa Ke, June. 27. Governor Mc Donald is doing nil In his power to liclp In placing the liiilf million dollar Kood roads bond Issue of the slate, which thus far nan found no buyers, although put UP several times. Hy law they eitnnot he sold for less than par Put since they hear only 4 per cent Interest, bond buyers are unwilling to bid par. Ex-Mayor Arthur Selig tnan and Kelly & Kelly, however, have made nn offer of 95 for the bonds and re appealing to county commisslon ci's and good roads boards to make up to the state the other 5 per cent, und thus make available the huge sum for construction of roads in every county, the law providing for such apportion ment among the twenty-nix counties Governor McDonald has writ I en the following letter in this connection: I am writing this letter not for the purpose of advising any one but sim ply to state facts as I see them, In re gard to the situation relating to the sale of the state road bonds. "You will remember that the first state legislature provided for an Issue of $500,0110 of roud bonds that had to be sold ut par, und provided for only 4 per cent Interest. It has been found to be an impossibility to sell these bonds at par up to the present time, and 1 see no reason for believing that they can be sold ut any time in the fu ture. "Therefore, gome arrangement must necessarily be made to provide for the difference between the value of these bonds to would-be purchasers and the par value required by law. "Mr. Seligmsn and Mr. Kelly have worked out a plan by which they can handl,. these bonds, not at par, but at a given price, the difference to be made up by contributions from the various counties and a concession In regard to interest. These gentlemen will call upon the proper authorities in the various counties for the pur pose of attempting to Induce boards of county commissioners to contribute a certain sum from each county in orrte to make up the difference be tween the actuul and the par value of these bonds so tlwy may be disposed of :ind the proceeds lie made available for the state highway commission for building and improving the roads of the state. "Our law provides that the proceeds of thei'e bonds shall be expended in the various counties on the basis of in collections, so that each county is sure to receive its due share ol tne construction work. i 'Krum estimates and calculations tnade by Mr. Srliginun and Mr. Kelly, they have reached the conclusion that these bonds can lie handled and the proceeds made available for the use of the state highway commission In building roads In the various counties, If they can secure from each county a contribution or appreciation of 2 per" cent of the sums that will be available for each county to make up the difference between the actual and par value of the bonds. "These gentlemen will present to vou an opinion of the attorney gen eral, stating that you have authority to provide this money if you see fit to do so, nnd a statement from the state auditor showing the sums that will be available for road const nie ti.in fur ench countv. "There seems to lie no doubt of your authority to provide the funds desired, and there if no doubt in my mind about the advisability of doing this at the present time. "If the proceeds of these bonds can be obtained In July as is anticipated, road construction In the state will re ceive such an impetus as will bring re sults generally throughout the state far in advance of what can be ac complished with the present limited jncans, and cause an enthusiasm for road construction far beyond anything that hns up to date, been realized. "As I said at the beginning, I am not attempting to urge or advls,. you s to whut may be best for your lo cality, but r do think that the sale of these road bonds, making the $500,000 .available for the counties as soon as possible, is of the greatest importance not onlv for the Improving of the highways of the stdte but for creating the proper sentiment generally for the advancement of all interests which are Important to state development at the present time. "Respectfully yours. "V. C. Jl'DONAI-D, "Governor." LINCOLN COUNTY INSTITUTE ENDS SUCCESSFUL MEET Two Weeks .Session Proves One of Most Satisfactory Ever Held; Carrizozo Not to Celebrate the Fourth, SPtCIAl. COftftl.POSDINCI TO MOKNtNfl JOURNAL) San Diego, I'ullf., June 27. An llli noisan, who Is so well pleased with his purchase of a half section of grazing land iij Torrance county, made a short time ago, that he now wishes to buy 2,0011 acres more, was an inter ested anil appreciative visitor to the New Mexico building ut the exposition this morning. The man Is Yv, A. Stratum, of Vir den, In the central portion of Illinois, nnd his New Mexico land Is located about ten mile, west of Estancia. He Is having a well drilled on his origi nal 320-acre purchase, which will bo completed early this fall, und after that lie suva he will invest $5,000 in Kansas cattle and ship them, to the southwest. He is so well satisfied with conditions In the Sunshine state, as a grazing country, a well as other features, that he says he will inter est some of his neighbors who are thinking of removing from Illinois, and he believes he will be able to show them the advantages of settling near him. lie commented favorably on the fact that no one connected with New Mexico exploitation hud tried ti sell him a gold brick, but that he had found all representations to be. plain statements of facts. A woman visitor to the exposition yesterday, who evidently hailed from the highly cultivated sections of Cali fornia, or possibly from the rolling prairies of the middle west, wandered down towards the marine barracks In the southwest part of the grounds. A she passed the New Mexico build ing, she wus attracted by the bulletin board standing in one corner of thei clover lawn and went up to read the announcement of moving pittures. ! Then sha proceeded as far as the. door, peered cautiously in al tne ex hibits of copper oiii and other min nicca.i u,ii,u'lit(t conlenintu- on'sl'v and said: "Huh, rocks, that's j Stanton all they've got, down in N'oo Mexico rocks "und air. Seems t'me they're mightv careful of their old rocks out here, lockin' of em up in fine glass eases " Then .she trudged on, doubt less dreaming of cud-chewing cattle, . ..1 .1 .. .,t standing knee-deep in waving ii'-m tivti(.s. uiralla. mediate Unlike .Mrs .llllieriiiH. Governor I.. II. Manna of North Da kota and his staff were visitors at the New Mexico building at San Diego on I i.rt,t:iv Miss vMincrva F. Whitlb r. a; HMCItL COHONOINCI TO 0IM JOUH0 Currizoy.o, X. M., June 27. -The Lin coln county Institute closed tin excep tionally satisfactory two-week session here today, The examinations of the teachers resulted In .good 'standings throughout. The diversions along edu cational lines during the week were the addresses Monday and Tuesday by Miss Manette Meyers, of Santa I'e, on industrial work, and the cxcmpll fli'iitton of Hie iienmanshln of Zaner and llloser bv Miss Stella llrodowsky. Ills ) of Sunt:, Fe. Dr. K. 1.. Knloe, of the New Mexico Normal at Silver City, gave the teachers . a delightful talk lust Monday on "The Recitation.' With these 'exceptions, the week was devoted to the routine work of the Institute, closing without ostentation or ceremonv this afternoon. l'rof. W. T. t'onley und Miss hdnu Ross of the Agricultural college at Mesllla Park, have arranged for a three-dav demonstration on canning fruit in this county next month. They will lie taken to Tinnie, San l'atrlclo. I'pper ltuidoso and Nogal for talks with the fruit growers and for prac tical demonstration in caring for the fruit after It has been taken front the trees. The work will be under the personal direction of Mm. VY Oumm, the county superintendent of schools. With the Idea of getting into the open and away from the extremely warm weather, several families of this place will go Into camp at various points In the mountains next week, it 15 Hamilton and family, Mrs. John Cole and family and J. A. Adams am. II.. i.iii uv tomorrow for the SENATOR CATRON F AVORS STRONGER STANDING ARM I 'Sage, of Santa Fe" Tells Journal of Bill He Is Prepar ing for Reconstruction of Military Forces of Country, cousin of the yuuker peer, jura Greenleaf Whittier, was another dis- tiniiitislietl visit,))'. An earthquake shock on Tuesday night moved the mineral specimens on their glass shelvi s and shook the pic tures on the walls out of plumb but there are no cracks in the building. Among the New Mexicans who reg istered were G. U. Justice and wile, San Antonio; V. M. Reed, Roswell; Katherine Slrlekler, Albuquerque; Mrs. Kiln Hicks, licit Mattocks. Mrs. J w. Mattocks and J. A. Gallon, &liinbre,, anil Miss Ida V. Ross, Dcni ing. . BULLETIN DECLARES ALFALFA HAS BECOME DRUG ON HAY MARKET " . . . ... w Ruidoso, and a few days ineieuuci . I, Giimm and family will pilch their tents either in the Ruidoso or Kngle ci ek countries. No Olchratlon. CurrUosio will n"t attempt to cele brate the glorious Fourth, but will ut tend the ceremonies either ut Fort Lincoln or Jicaruia, im u which settlements will put on ceienra- timis As two ball names are sched uled' between the Cnrrizono and Stan-i ton teams at tne inner pi.m- .... 1 4 and '. it is presumed that tno larger crowd from this point will I'e ut the fort for the games and tne oiiin ie- So far Curiizozo anu us im surroundlngs have not hud any ruin, although good snovvers ui" reported from Ancho, Lincoln fid os curo. , ., .. Frank KnglisK Is now busily eti- ,..,i in building the roof of the big Hon. Thomas Henton Catron, "sage of Santa Fe" und senior senator from New Mexico In the upper house of congres, has been spending u little time in Albuqiit r.ju r uewir.g ar-j qiiaiutunee with bis const it uelits nnd incidentally talking of the legislative program of the next session. Senator Catron is lit home when he begins n discussion of the great Kuro pean war. An officer of urtlllery in the confederacy and one of the de fenders of Cickshurg, a man who has read omnlvorously and with excellent understanding, and who has traveled t-ver a large part of the war rone of Kurope, he talks more like it military man than a lawyer and politician. mli Increase Army. From the Kiiropcan war, he natur ally drifted Into a talk on the unpre pgrcdncs of- the Culled States for defense and tld th Journal that he has in the making a bill, for the re organization of the army, which he means to Introduce In the senate w hen congress meet in December. Senator Catron says what the nrmv needs is many more officers graduated from West l'olnt fully four times as many as the present output, the young men to enter actively Into the nrmv service on graduation. For these of ficers he would increase the number of Infantry regiments, probably to four hundred, or a few less, to be manned in times of pence by about half the war sirengui, and ne wouiu on en. live cavalry io uoout ioe m.c oi ,o, total military strength of the urmy ut thl time. Drill in School. In addition to the national guard, which he says must be brought to a higher standard of efficiency and in creased greatly In the number of regi ments and placed In closer touch with the war department. Senator Catron contemplates in his bill to have the older army officers assigned to the state, high und common schools of the country in fact, to any sctiooi, public or private, or to nity, where ns many as forty physical ly and mentally qualified school bo may be found - to teach them the manual of iiiiiin and drill them In the use of weapons of modern warfare. The senator says that the discipline and drill would be of the gr. itest ad vantage to the boys, whether they ever were called upon to engage In war or not. It would make better citizens of them, tNph them to obey orders and to ennlt'or t hemselvcs ami to have confidence In themsehes. Hy this means a vast reserve could be built up of the best ment.il nnd moral snd physical fiber of the country. Why Hlt Cavalry force. The reason Senator Catron would bine a disproportionately large fore;' of cavalry In the regular service is that horsemen cannot be trained so easily Us Infantrymen College and high school boys could not keep the horses necessary, and the government would better expend the money than to attempt to train national guards and school boys fop the cav alry service, I lie the bill he bus In mind, provision I would be made so that at least 40U,OUOt men could be marshalled in quick j ion.- by filling up the regular regl- trcnts with men who bad already eon-', siderable military training. t The bill Is not far dlffeient from one that Is belngfraineil by Secretary of War Garrison, and Senator Catron be lieves the next congress will authorize the establishment , of nn .army fr stronger than this country has had. and that nn adequate rnivy will be constructed upon a practical basis. TURK AMBASSADOR DEMANDS PASSPORTS f.V MOHNtM JOURNAL .PltUM. lltO Wtl l.ondoii. June 2" (r,;lll V m.) Maby Hey, the Turkish nmhanador of Italy, today weet to the Italian foreign of fice and demanded tlml be be given bis passport, kmVs a dispatch f'"iii Home to the F.xclunige Aelegruph company. No dec duration of war between Italy and Turkey has as yet been Issued by either country. Walter In Cliurge or I'rojoct. Sanln Fe. June 27. -on July 1 1), It. F. Walter, senior engineer of the reclamation seivbw at Denver, will take charge of the Itio Grunde project with headquarters at Kl I'aso. He will succeed l M, Law sou. who ha on regulars j been transferred to another project. Hull In Colfax County. Ssnln Fe, June jtl. A disastrous hailstorm Is reimrted from the Miami vu Hey In Colfax county. Wheat, rye, hurley, alfalfa and oat yields ; wcr leveled to the ground and corn was badly damaged. Many ft the guldens were completely ruined. Rev. M. Smith had some twenty acres of bar ley cut down comptnttly .which ho had expected to begin cutting the day itftcr the storm. Fruit treed wcro completely stripped. Tile hull fol lowed n, henvy rain across the Oon alltos njisa, switchlnK run ml ' wv er.il Um?s. The utone averaged th size of marbles. 1'iilltii'c tn Haiita Rita. Santa Fe, June A business failure is reported from utiin Itila, T.' M. Hates having made a voluntary assignment of his grucnil inerchan dltie slot,.. R T. Voung bus been ap pointed receiver. to si.r.ri wkiiIi ix st.MMV.li. Slirht liifluinmiitbm of the. bron chial tubes cuus"s a dltdreesln couith nnd makes refreshing sleep impossi ble. Foley's Honey ami Tar Compolihd covers raw, Inflamed, Irritated sur faces with a soothing', healinff coat ing mill mops that annoy big ticklinf. relieving the racking, tiring cottRll. Take thlji splendid cough inedlcln with you on summer trlpsi -It In eoni for coughs, colds, croup, bronchial af fections and la grippe coughs. Sold ev ery w hen. To t.o on Trade i:curslon. Santa Fe, June 2"t,- i Hie hundrid Fl I'aso nieivhunls have agreed to join trade excursions In iiulmoblles from F.l I'aso via Alaniogordo, Kos wiil, Hope, Arteslu, lyoviiiglou und Catisbad. The excursion will be tinted for the Alr.ilfa fcstivul at Artesiu und will take six days. I'ostorfli'O Homed. Santa Fe, June 27. The postoffiee department was notifbd today that the store of K. 1 1. Ri owiifn Id In which the post.dfice at Orange, Otero county, is located, burned to the ground. The loss is $:1,000. There was no Insurance. Ilud-pcih l-ll Old Haunts. Santa I'e, June 27. I'nited Slates Marshal A. II. Hudspeth spent the past week at his old haunts III l.tn noln county looking uiicr his mining ami legal interests und private affairs. Old-tlmcr Is Head. Santa I'e, June 27. Hank Recrse, for many years driver of the govern ment wagon at Fort Hayard and lately of Colonel Kushucll s private carriage, died of cancer of the stomach. He Wus aged 112 years. BALDRIDGE LUMBER COMPANY. PAROID ROOFING with 11 year guarantee PltmilltlHM'H .-, 'ilUilH'lUllllill NOT I'Olt MV.S ONI V. Foley Cathartic Tablets nr not ns Insistently demanded by women as by men because this particular cuthartlc is not so well known unions women. Women suffer as much as nien do from Indigestion and cotiHtlpntion, and they ulso require this scientific remedy to keep th stomach tweet, the liver active and the bowels regu lar. Foley Cuthartlc Tablets are wholesome and thoroughly cleansing; do not gripe or cause nausea. Stout people say this Is the one cathartic that takes sway that over-full and any commit-j clogged-up feelins. Sold everywhere. 1 Hudson for Signs Wall Paper HUDSON fop Picture Framci Farth fit. and Copper At THE WM. FARR COMPANY Wholesale nd Retail Dealer la Htl Sit AM) SALT MKATK KausHge SM-lltj. For Cattle, nil Horn I tie Hlgge Market ITIcca Are Paid. WANTED: A Bright Young linn A lost fttiUuiied tnii lYiClll tepuulle houw 40 yetrt in buiuwM h to prains in thit city fur a roideiit irpreMitlrtiire. 1 lit time will b hugely hii own; tU work it plewul and grcTU ; kit profit aveitgM moi llitn on tl bunneu dune, and previom nperience it not eticntitl. Tliit u an ideal opportunity ft a jroun rim of good appraiance, wide tattle vl acquaintance and a genuine dui to make good is a pmrttabic field of work. Tk ewlieit trplr will tecrive firt coniidrfation. FOSTER GILROY 301 LaSaycltc Street New York "A Rubber Chain Tread built on a Powerful Modern Tire'J n- ,,, iMiruoo mill tt V1 1 HOUM ! ready for occupancy. l. It. Tennis is l uildniK Hie new eiKiie-i o.ou ......... Henry Rutz in AlamoKorilo. liood Prevention Pliinncil. Alaniogordo, X. M., June 2. Mind ful of the torrential rains which fell last sprincr and summer, sending a flood of water down Ninth and Tenth Birisi. iv,,. i..u..,i ut tnwn trustees Is milking plans to prevent a recurrence of the flood conditions, The canal wh'ch runs north and south, a mile east of the depot, has been cleared of the growth of weeds and deepened and the west bank repaired where U was broken last summer. This dlver rion canal will protect the town from almost anything other than a cloud I'lirst, but In older to make the pro tection doubly sure, another diver sion ditch litis been laid out. This second ditch will be on Alaska avenue, running from Tenth street south for a distunce of more than a mile. It will bo about hulf way between the depot and the original canal. The ditch has nlready been laid out, but the time for beginning the actual con sttuction work has not yet been announced. uncut oitcH io monNisa jounli Mania Ke. June 27. The Slate col- leire has taken cognizance of Doits that alfalfa is orofit-making cr ip HEW LIGHT SHED -" 0NTUBERCUL0S1S M PHYSICIANS the re- no loim'er ioe in New Mexico that it had bten udvertiseii io ue former years. In a bulletin just 1s oed. the experiment station says: Alfalfa is u drug on the souUiwcs hay markets. On every hand c. ,'., is crvlnii out for hep in ,,f bis alfalfa. The time ,.,. when it will be absolutely possible for us to sell any great quan tity of alfalfa from our farms that will pay for the water, to say nothing of balim; and culling. We must have less alfalfa but more kaffir and nnlo. The kaffir und milo must so into Mlo and that silage must, go into cows. The bulletin also warns against an -,iui,.n .11, .t of alfalfa, for hogs. Yv-hut iu ai,l of the overproduction Alfalfa, and the lack of profit f.ilf.i growing, is also true growing in New lege recommends tern the tllH will im- nf In ul- of fruit- Mexico. The Col diversified crops . uim . '". :m& teM. mm, wm H R-.'-.f; J mr FA'- ' ..-T IP KEEP A TIRE RECORD and feeding the remedy. of rtock :in the farms, as Xciv lhinli for Keiniiig. Santa Ke, June 27.- The l'nnkers and Stockmen's Trust company is n new bunk that is being organized at lemlng bv M. II. Hruckner und W. K. Kell of Dallas, Tex. About $40". 00" of the proposed l,OOft,U0 capituliza lion has been subscribed. The com pany plans the erection of a m lern office building according to promises made in Deming. The stock ih scriptions are payable on liecember I. 'aso smelter. in the ship ' Teat Iters Vorni AsSiKiiillon. Santa Kc, June 27. The teachers of Taos county have organlnfd teachers' association with Pablo Quin' Inria as president; Alfredo Trujllio. vite president; Antonio Martinez, sec retary, and Jose Montaner, treasurer. Ore Shipped I'rom l!il ( loud. Santa Ke, June 27. The first car of ore from the lied Cloud group in the tliillinas mountains, Lincoln coun tv, was shipped yesterday by the les sees 1 K. Schaeffcr, 11. K. Hoffman and's Adams. U'ad Is the principal value, although I lie ore also carries a fair per cent of copVer. The values aggregate M0 per ton. (.'apt. U. W . r.oberts shipped from his Mocking in..,i ,.,,iin n car of line srau nnr-lead ore to the Kl 1 nrcir.. IWeiltV tonS iiit-ir ....t -. ,. , ment and upon tne returns pend further operations. Healthsecker Dies Suddenly. Gallup, X. M.. June 27. J. Mc oy, a heallhseeker, arrived in (.lallup rn dav evening from the east. A few hours after his arrival here he was found in a saloon in it dying condition. Ifo nns taken to the county hospital. where he died during the night. was suffering from tubei culosi: ..,u .. no mher of the I'hoelliX, lodge Loval Order of Moose, and ap pealed to 'the local lodge for assistance to help him to get to the sanitarium at San Diego, Calif. He died before assistance could u rendered. A MISTAKE MADE BY HAM. Don't watt for rheumatism to in dicate diseased kidneys. When you suffer pains and aches by day and sleep disturbing bladder weakness by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bladder should be restored to healthy, strong and reg ular action. It is a mistake to post pone treatment. Foley Kidney 1 Ills t.llf Iha K I lieVS in KOUUU. oo....j dltlon and keep them active stron?. Begin takinir today, results follow the tirst doge, everywhere. 11 Km AH., (eXCIAL COHMi'ONOINCt TO MOSMISa JOUSNL) Santa Ke, June 27. An Important contribution to the literature on cer tain phases of tuberculosis is made by two New Mexico physicians, Ins. Kurl Spragin. 1 hillock, physiclan-ln-chief, und David t'usliman Titcli"ll. associate physician of the New MpJi'" Cottage sanatorium at Silver City. I he article Is "Exudates in Artificial Kneii mototax." and appeared first 111 the American Journul of Medical Science, hut Is uow printed as a moiiogruph. Rather startling is the opeiilim which says; "When one has had the i .'.. ,,f cm.lnir n ljiixarus rixc from the dead, the incident will never be forgotten, and the procedure which enables this to be done will not be abandoned, even though such dra matic successes are but few m com parison with the whole number of cases In which artificial pneumothorax is performed. This method Is st.ll in the experimental stage nnd many more years' experience will be re- quired more truly to Indicate Its nmi tiin as well as the type of cases In which it Is likely to prove most suc cessful." Tells of Trciitincnt. Speaking further of the success of the treatment, the writers say: ' In but one of our twenty-six cases In which gas could be introduced iffec tivelv have we had a large effusion, and in but four an insignificant quan tity of fluid, which, in one, was sub quentlv resorbed and In three a small quantity still persists." At Fort Bayard of nineteen cases, thre,. had relatively large effusions nnd In three cases t ie emisious ..e n.. ............. ... resorbed. Shortle, of Albuquerque norm fiftv cases in which a tory degree of compression whs pro duced. Among thesfl cases nine de veloped an exudate. .io,. cut conclusion is: on ii.i. hiL'b drv iilateati of the Rocky, do not have effusions i., r.,,f oni-oniothorax cases with no, wv vitnessed elsewhere when they do occur the tendency is to remain small and be reabsorbed. We do not have the colds and inter current Infections among our tuber culous patients with anything like the frequency observed In b'?s favorable climatic environments." Itljj ISiiIIIoii shipment. Santa Ke, June 27. Two and a quarter ton of bullion or 20ft bars. ..... c! li,,lr were snipped i ,v ioe r..i--... ..o and .Milling company from the Mogol lo)is during the present month. 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