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Albuquerque Morning Journal, Friday, December 1, 1916.
Five STIRRING FIGHT TAKES PLACE IN CLOSING HOURS OF CUT! Resolution by Dr. Boyd to Pro vide for Appointment of School Superintendent by Governor Causes Argument. COMPROMISE IS MADE ON FOUR-YEAR TERM State Unit Idea Finds Ready Support With Educators; Was First Suggested by Ru pert F. Asplund. MCIL COOlONDINCt TO KOUMISS JOURNAL) Santa Ko, Nov. 30. -"-In the cloning hours iC the educational convention, a stirring fight took place over h number of resolutions read for the retuilutions committee by Dr. David K. Boyd, chairman, and embodying some of the recommendations inude by va rious section meeting!. No lens than five amendments to the state consti tution were suggested, but one of these was voted down or rather mod ified, after spirited debate. This was a resolution asking for a constitutional amendment that "the state superintendent of public Instruc tion shall be appointed by the gov ernor the same as other experts." An amendment that the appointing be done by the state board of education, failed also. Finally, it was agreed to reiommcnd an amendment providing for the election, but "that the term of office shall not be less than four years with eligibility for re-appointment. County MiH'iintcndeiirs. However, when it came to county superintendents, the educational asso ciation asks the legislature to make them appointive, or rather to submit a constitutional amendment to that effect and it wants them appointed "on their educational and administra tive (purifications, the same as city superintendents are selected, and that the term of office shall be extended to four years with eligibility for re appointment." A motion that the qualifications include a first-grade certificate, five years of actual teach ing experience, at least one of those five years in the rural districts, was Blvcn short shrift and was ignomin Imisly cast, aside with scorn." The proposition that "the legisla ture submit to the people an amend ment to the constitution prohibiting the sale or manufacture of alcoholic liquors,'' was adopted by rising vote, only one teacher remaining seated. The eiual suffrage resolution, how ever, dil no go through so unani mously but carried by a heavy ma .Ifrity nevertheless. The fifth consti tutional amendment suggested, usking for the complete installation of the budget system in the administration of the fiscal affairs of the state and particularly as they apply to the maintenance of the educational sys- HEARTS TREATED FREE H Dr. franklin Miles, flic tivent Sicc iali.-t, Who SciuIh a New $2. 50 Treatment, free. Heart disease is dangerous, hun dreds drop dead who could have been saved. Many have been cured after doctors failed. To prove the remark able efficacy of his new Special Per sonal Treatment for heart disease, short breath, pain in side, shoulder or arm, oppression, irregular pulse, pal pitation, smothering, puffing of ankles or dropsy, also nerve, stomach and rheumatic symptoms. Dr. Miles will ""HI lo afflicted persons a $2.50 Free Treatment. Had cases usually soon relieved. These treatments are the result of '" years' extensive research and re markable success in treating various ailments of the heart, liver, stomach and bowels, which often complicate each case. fc'ml for Remarkable Cures in Your Slate. So wonderful are the results that he ishes every sick person to test this u'iTKHis treatment at his expense. Af flicted persons should avail themselves f this liberal offer, as they may n"'er have such an opportunity again. 'a.Vfl are dangerous. No death comes mro suddenly than that from heart "isease, ,! Send tit once for his new IJook and Trial Treatment. Describe vour ",s"ase Address, Dr. Franklin Miles. HK , to 99, Franklin St., Elk "art. Ind. FAYWOOD HOT SPRINGS' T, Rheumatism. Stomach Trou 8. Kidney Ailments, Inflamma Jong, Arterial Hardening, Loco ;,lor Ataxia. Nervous Breaking, --. pcrfect Treatment, Perfect irnate, Health, Pleasure. Large tnJ HoteL Booklet Round p to Faywood from Albuquer 'u6, 13.7 (I. T. C. M'DERMOTT Faywood. X. M. rfwtment of e Interior. U. B. Ln H e' New Mexico, Nov. 8, 1 a'J" Wr"b "riven that Wallace Burke, Hw a ,'""'' New W'o. who. on Oc. E 1 t v o """ hnmeiteart. No. 011DST. "'"dT.n ? ' H"M E.. N. M. P.. ""Its fiv. d notc of Intention to (h Itnri I .k'" proof' t0 etabllh claim to U de,''ribeJ- before Georr R. cnmlwlonr. at Albuquerque, Bi'hwta T" " r. 3. Wtl- fr"k w,o 8anch. Juan Oarcl and "'tico, il of Albuquero.ua. Naw RAXdsco DELGADO. Eejtatrar. torn of the state," carried unani mously. Stale I nit Idea. Legislative recommendation of the state unit Idea, first advanced by Ru pert P. Asplund, carried without dis sent, to the astonishment of everyone. The legislature Is asked to pass the necessary laws to put It into effect so that every child in the statu shall have ennui opportunity to obtain an education. There was some discussion of the proposition for an nmendment "proi viding for a change In the method of voting ns to the place of meeting, providing for a ballot by mail or by some other adequate means whereby the voting shall be done only by hona fide members of the association. " For some years It h.'M been fell t'"' the choosing of tho convention city and the election of officers during the excitement of the convention, nnd at a time when hundreds of teachers, even though In the city, are too much occupied to give thought to the matter or even to vote, Is not the best method that might, be devised. t Is even more apparent that the adoption of momentous resolutions during the closing hours of the convention, Is also illogical and unfair. Less than a hundred teachers were In attend ance when the resolutions were adopt ed and even these hurried through them because it was time for the evening meal before the last resolu tion was read. The suggestion as made above was finally ratified nnd may lead to a satisfactory solution of the :roblem. Supervisors of F. hit 'a I Ion. The convention put itself on record as favoring the appointment of county supet visors of education with pay by the county superintendent; for an In crease of contingent expenses ollotted to the department of education; for the election of school officials and boards to be held in fall Instead of spring, but at a different time than the general election; for appointment by the governor of a business or pro fessional man and of a city superin tendent upon the state board of edu cation; for a teachers' pension act and the granting of a million acres of '.he public lands to provide a teachers' retirement fund. In this connection, a resolution was adopted condemning the present practice "of selling and leasing school lands In large bodies," and asking for the creation of a com missioner of education who wpuld look after the administration of the school lands in the Interest of the schools. One resolution, rather vague, asks "that immediate provision be made by legislation for the elimina tion of illiteracy from the state of New Mexico by 1920." The customary resolutions of thanks and confidence wero adopted, including an "appropriation of the In telligent and effective efforts of Gov ernor V, C. McDonald during his ad ministration for education," as well as commendation of "the progress and development made In the educational affairs of the state under the admin istration of Hon. Alvan N. White." The Hoy Scouts and the scoutmaster were thanked at length for their serv ice as guides and In helping to enter tain the teachers. In this connection the reqpmmendation of the Peace league for universal physical training In the public schools, was adopted unnnimously. Oratorical and Declamatory Contests. Again the wisdom of holding the oratorical and declamatory contests in their present form, was under dis cussion. Many teachers spoke in tavori of substituting a debate for the ora-1 torbal contest and of simplfying the YnPihod of grading the various contest ants. It was made clear, however, that in any form the contests are de cidedly worth while for the partici pants and that the awarding of a medal is but a mere incident. In the contest last night one of the Judges on thought and composition of the high school oratorical section, had fa He'd to send in his marks nnd their receipt may possibly change the rela tive standing of the Albuquerque and Tueumcuri contestants, who were awarded first and second place re spectively. The Judges on thought and composition In that contest were: liev. H. X. Mcfollough of Santa Fe, I lev. Hay Spots Hum of Fast Iis Vegas, and Judge Emmet t Patton of P.oswell. The judges on delivery were: Supreme Court Justice Rich ard If. Hanna, County Superintendent II. II. Frrett of 1'nion county, and County Superintendent E. IS. I'ack of Tiieumcari. In the college section, Chief Justice Clarence J. Roberts, Rupert F. Asp lund and Dean Hrackett of the L'nl versily of Colorado, judged on thought and composition, while Hon. A. A. Jones, Frank Staplin and Itev. Mr. Raloy of Phoenix, Ariz., judged the delivery. In the declamatory section, Paul A. F. Walter, Mrs. H. 55. McCollough and State Senator Melvin T. Dunlavy were the judges. One of the diffi culties encountered was the system of marking provided for by the sec tion of the association having the contests in charge. Figured out on the relative standing given each con testant by each Judge, the result was c,uite different than by the elaborate .system of percentages- which is em ployed simultaneously, s0 that a. con testant who stands first by the for mer method may be third or fourth under tho other system. Each con testant also appeals in a different way to each judge and to the audi ence, so that an audience Is seldom CREAM FOR CATARRH OPENS UP NOSTRILS Tells How To (Jet Quick Relief from Head-Colds. It's Splendid ! In one nilnuts vour clogged nostrils will open, the air passageg of your head will clear and you can breathe freely. No more hawking, snuffling, blowing, headache, dryness. No strug gling for breath at night; your cold or catarrh will be gone. Oet a small bottle of Ely's Cream Balm from yir druggist now. Apply a little of this fragrant, antiseptic, healing cream In your nostrils. It pen etrates through every air passage of the head, soothes the inflamed or swollen mucous membra.n and relief come Instantly. It s Just fine. Don't stay stuffefl-up with cold or nasty catarrh Relief comet io quickly. . Superintendent Alvan of the Needs (-rc,ALco..i.fosD.ctoo.NiN jou.n.li MiUtPi watched the result of this Santa Fe, Nov. so. lit his address ., witn Kll(H, tl,ul f ln. o the Ins uute workers' section of (WH, ,, ,. mmonlv he New Mexico Kducational associa- ,, , ,,,, f ,.,,,. .on delivered hist Thursday, Supc, In-, ,, t ,c r,,0 f , ,,,. tendent of Public Instruction All;,,, j lp t(,nc,lors to ..,,,.. f( ,,,. ""ilOMild. examinations, often to the neglect of During the time that I have been I the professional training and inspirn in office, I have acted as chairman oflti-m which thev should oilwrwu.. r,.. this section of association and have on each occasion given you a pn-limi-naiy statement, of the work of our county institutes, together with such suggestions for Improvement ns firm to me appropriate and wise. The past summer New Mexico made the most splendid showing in the matter of in stitute and normal school attendance, interest manifested, and genual en thusiasm and improvement along all j institute lilies. About S:10 teachers attended the two slimmer 'normal schools and the total attendance at the various county Institutes was 1,438, or a grand total of teach ers who availed themselves of insti tute and normal school attendance. 1 have been pleased to note that, dur ing each year I have been In office, fewer teachers ask to be excused from institute att"ndanco. Since the department of education accepts institute or normal school at tendance outside of the state ln lieu of institute attendance In New Mexico. I many of our teachers meet this re quirement of law by attending stand ard normal schools nnd institutes without the state. Holders of life ( r tificates are required to attend insti tute or summer normal school once In three years. It may be said, there fore, that approximately 2, .100 teach ers attended institute or summer nor mal school in this and other states during the past summer. In two counties, Taos and Rio Arriba, si weeks' Institutes were held and In one county, Santa Fe, an eight weeks' in stitute was hi Id. This was deemed advisable by the county superintend ents of these counties In order to giv--Inercased advantage to the teachers of these counties, who wish to raise the grade of their certificates and 1 am pleased to note that the result in tho Improvement of certificates wa: most gratifying to nil concerned. Much credit must be given to the county superintendents of these coun ties for the extra time, ability and en ergy so willingly gjven to the addi tional institute period. fight Weeks Institute. Irg this connection, a good many of the educational people of the state have suggested to me that it might not be a bad plan to hold an eight weeks' institute In many of our coun ties, where it seems not yet possible for the majority of the teachers to at tend an eight weeks' summer normal school. During the past ninimcr, three counties, I. una, (Irant and Sier ar, waived their county Institutes and combined same with the State Normal School at Silver City. San Miguel county also waived her Institute and united with the Normal university at Las Vegas. As a rule the teachers of these counties attended the full term of these normal schools, which was undoubtedly an advantage to them. One of the principle evidences of growth In our county Institutes has been the employment of instructors in special subjects, such as music, draw ing, primary methods, physical cul ture, manual training and other In dustrial subjects. Specialists in these subjects have done much to enthuse and increase the attendance and effi eWncjf of eouiHy institutes'. For the first time, one county, Roosevelt, hold the teachers' exami nation prior to the opening of tho in- satisfied with the erdict. Tho Ouad elupe county contestant, for Instance, last evening was morkod first, by one judge, third by another and fifth by the third, while the audience felt that the Albuquerque contestant and the Normal university representative had by far the best of it. It. in believed that by the time that the convention meets again, a better system of judg- I Ing and marking will havo been worked out. Music a Feature. The music at both the contests was excellent. The Albuquerque high school octette pleased vcrv much with Its finished rendition of diffi cult and attractive selections, several of the voices In the aggregation be ing nothing short of phenomenal for their timber and sweetness. A. W. Heckner of Santa Fe, accom panied by Miss Kvelyn Mcltride on the piano, gave several solo selections that were roundly encored. The New Mexico Normal university glee club, as always, was applauded enthusi astically. Already Supreme Court Justice R. If. Hanna, president, of the Chamber of Commerce, Is rallying his forces to plan for the entertainment of next year's convention. Santa Fe Is now assured two big events in 1917. the dedication of the new Museum build ing, an event that will be national and even international in ItH im portance and Is expected to bring thousands of people; and tho 1917 Educational convention. In view of this, the plans for a new hotel are taking new form and a number of local improvements are planned that will make Santa Fe doubly attractive. Tir. Frank H. H. Roberts reported for the committee on necrology, pro nouncing an eulogy upon the late County School Superintendent David Martinez of Velarde; IT. B. Scott, su perintendent at (libsnn; Louise Val landigham of Doming, and Carolyn Parks of Cuervo. Miss Sadl(. O'liyrne Married. Fast I-as Vegas, N. M., Nov. 30. Ward has been received here of the marriage of Miss Sadie o'Ryrne. for merly of I-as Vegas, to Mr. H. D. Noonand, at Ivansas City a few days sko. Mrs. Noonand is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. James O'BVrne, and owns considerable property here. i:lks' lMlge of Sorrow. East Uis Vegas, N. M., Nov. 30. The annual memorial service for de parted members of the Las Vegas Jodge of Elks will be held Sunday Rfternoon at 3 o'clock ln the F.Iks' lodge room. O. A. Uirrazolo, ti mem ber of the lodge, will give the princi pal address of the day. N. White Tells of New Mexico Schools j celve In tin Institute. There were lif. : ty-three teachers who took the ex.tmi I nation In this county prior to the in stitute and only eight tea.beis of this j county took examination at the e ' tober examination, only four of the Mast named failed in the first exainl- nation, whereas In several of the oilier I counties teachers bad two or more op iPortuniths for examination, with the uudeist, Hiding thai the highest glades made In any examination taken in the summer would constitute the final grade for certification. In fact, there was a lower pcrcentace of fail ures, all things considered, In this county with Its one examination and that held prior to the Institute, than In any other county of the slate, which would seem to Indicate that It Is the Part of wisdom lo hold the ex amination prior to the institute and then leave the teachers free to pur sue the studies of their selection dur ing the Institute period, lly adopting 'his plan the number of exaniina- tinncs for the summer could be re duced, thus lightening the work of the state department of education, the ex penses of the examination and making our instituted more efficient In meet ing the actual academic nnd profes sional needs of the teachers. The New Mexico 1 Mini. I have heretofore given much (bought nnd consideration to the Insti tute plans followed In other stales, in on endeavor to satisfy myself whether or not New Mexico's plan was meet ing fully the conditions of the state. In some states, the institutes are held for a five-days' period, at some time during the school term, w hen teai ti ers are allowed to dismiss their schools without suspension of pay, and come together In h professional and Inspirational institute. There is an advantage in this pla,u since it Is less expensive to tho teacher and he la ex pected to return to his school with the news ideas and Instruction fresh in his mind. Another advantage would be the sure attendance by ip representat Ives from the state de partment of education and our higher Institutions of learning. It is now im possible to attend many of the sum mer Institutes for tho reason that there are. sometimes as many as ten institutes running at the same time, at wididy distant points. Another matter which comes to my mind is the consolidation of the Institutes In two or more counties, where it. is possible to do so. This may be done under our present law If the county superintend ents in such counties desire to do so, and the state superintendent of pub lic instruction deems It expedient. No such consolidation of Institutes liaa been made during my administration. I trust to see this plan tried out In tho near future, for it is only by try ing the various plans that we may ar rive at what is best to be done. I had hoped to have the reports from all county superintendent, both statistical nd financial, that 1 might make some comparisons as to relative expenses and attendance. However, 1 have reports from only sixteen coun ties us follows: Hernullllo county expended on the institute the sum of $.r"(i.3S; Chaves, J.'I-!2.9J; Colfax ?Hf:..f,n; Curry, $309.75; Dona Ana, MOX.40; K.ldv. Eddy, fall). Mi; Crant, -M M. Kin ley, $K2; Otero, $Jl;i.!ir,; Sandoval, $1 1 7.-0; San .Miguel, $:t.r,u; Santa Fe, $864.67; Sierra, $75; Socorro, $10.".. Torrance, $3la; Valencia, $:i:io,NS. There should he no objection to the amount of expenses Incurred, provid ed actual results are obtained. It is my hope that, the papers and discussions of the advantages of an eight weeks' institute, the relative time to be devoted to academic and professional subjects, the suggestions as to the time of holding county insli tutes, and the plan for teachers doing the reading circle work in a body dur ing the institute, now to follow, will prove of worth to the future Institutes to he hold In this state. To all those who havo worked with me during the past, five years to make our institutes more efficient, I now extend my full appreciation and many thanks. SYRUP OF FIGS Cleanses the little liver and bowels and they get well quick, When your child suffers from a cold don't wait; give the little stomach, liver and bowels a gentle, thorough clean sing at once. When cross, peevish, listless, pale, doesn't sleep, eat or act naturally; If breath Is bad, stomach sour, give a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Figs," and In a few hours all the clogged-up, constipated waste, sour bile and undigested food will gently move out of the bowels, and you have a well, playful child again. If your child coughs, snuffles and has caught cold or Is feverish or has a sore throat give a good dose of "Cali fornia Syrup of Figs," to evacuate the; bowels no difference what other treat- ' ment Is given. I Sick children needn't he coaxed to! take this harmless "fruit laxative." i Millions of mothers keep it handy be- i cause they know Its action on the sto- ' mach, liver and bowels Is prompt and j sure. They also know a little given ! to-day saves a sick child tomorrow. i Ask your druggist for a 60-cent bnt- i tie of "California Ryrup of Figs, which contains directions for babies, children of all ages and for grown-upi plainly on the bottle. Keware of counterfeits sold here. Get the gen uine, made by "California Klg Fyrup Company." i COLD BY GIVING j Cottolcne ns a shortening makes biscuits that are If browned delicately on top, that break open with a snowy whiteness that tire light and tempting in appearance and quality. Try our recipe. Make biscuits with Cottolenc give it the hardest test you can give a shortening medium. You will adopt it for all shortening mid frying. Cotto lcne is a pure food product that is rJ 1 : J : b E50E ..i Notes of Interest From State Museum tlPtClAl bUHNBSFl.MOaNCt TO "O.Nlh. JOURNAL. Santa Fe, Nov. 30. Miss E. Myrtle Plant and ltereniee Palmer, both of Albuquerque, today became members of the New Mexico Archaeological hocicty. Isidoi'u Armljo, chief cleik of the LUe BWiute and member of the con stitutional convention. today pre sented to the State Museum the sig natures to the constitution of the members of the constitutional con vention, not in fae simile, but the actual autographs, and a copy of the edition do luxe of the constitution. with fae simile signatures, printed for each member of the convention. Miss Clara ulsen, executive secretary lor all the governors of the slate and territory since Coveinor (Hero, who appointed her, presented the Museum with two photographs of the San Miguel church and the oldest house, before they vv.crc renovated and changed to their present appearance. The paintings of English artists which have Ixen delavcd in transit across the Atlantic have arrived at Albuquerque, where E Knight, the brother of Harold Knight, one of the famous artists represented, is making crrangemenls for their exhibit. They will first go to Dallas and then will come lo Sunla Fe, where the first exhibit of this group of English ar tists was much appreciated. In the exhibit, this year. besides Mr. and Mrs. Knight, Harold Harvey, l. M. llriSheH and C W. Simpson ate rep resented, all of them having pictures in the hading English and Canadian and several Continental galleries. In the cxhihil that in (aiming are both wntercolors and oils, several of tho watereoIoi'M being of the l.ngesl size. Tho exhibit will be made one of the tpecial events dining I lie legislative session. "I in the Trail of tho Spauhoi Pio neers" will be (he illusl rated le lure to be given before the Sanla F- So ciely of the A i oha eologlc.a 1 Insllluto jAlb iiqucrquc Business Directory I Albuquerque Music Store CASH GROCERY Osteopathic Physicians ' ... ., . , ..I ... . . Trade at a cash store. We lead In JVhVoVi prlccH-.l 'H follow. u- for I,RS. W II IV I :NTK I K & ItOWKIt lanoN I 'X '-l " ' price on all Flour, Potato.. 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It Is thought not in, likely that he will resist arrest If his biding place Is discovered. Potato Doughnuts (Write for Recipe) retain the moisture several days. An excellent wholesome food when made with the pure 16 Baring Rdwder Always sure to, please. j Try a can P" "-TV ' tv: i f.v liW..i it JAQUES l. '.V S.JT til i.r ' ji i!l Sold by v Mr, ... ..' ' Grocers CLASSIFIED ALI'IIAIJETICALLY Cottolene Caking Powdcr Biscuits Into two cups of sifted pastry flour, sift and mix ono level tea spoon of salt and four level or two rounded teanpoons baking powder; chop in ono level table spoon uf chilled Cottolcne, wrt toa utiffdouKh withebout 1 cup of milk, or half water end half milk. Toss out on floured board, pat it down and roll J' inch thick. Cut intosmall rounds and bttko in hot oven. from "HOME HELPS," ma,.J In it you write our Centred - "Cottolcne makes good cooking 1CUl.l NEW MEXICO CENTRAL GETS FRED M'BRIDE ISPICI.L COtmilPUHMNCI to UORNIN JOUHNAl. Santa Fe, Nov. 30. Fred Mellride, for twenty-seven years with the Den ver and Hbi lirande railroad, will to morrow become general parsenger and freight agent of New Mexico Central railroad. This it Is believed ill establish closer relations between '.lie two railc'tdw here end may lead lo Important changes in the New Mex ico Central situation. A decision of District. Judge E. C. Abbott in the net Inn brought to re move Receiver Ralph C. Ely Is ex pected shortly from Columbus, to which point Judge Abbott took tho papers In the i use. today at our risk. A Han.' ' i ok rontaiuitt. 10 Cukik- Ing Lessons and 54 Tested Recipes will tiu mailed you FREE if you will send your name nnd address to MFG. CHICAGO yjfJ 1