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FALL R, FOR GOVERNOR M IN ATE MAM WITH GOOD RECORD AS UDtliOATOA AMD JURIST. I6LIC EXPERIENCE EL PASO T1MRS RIilTOHIAlXv PRAINIW SENATOR ALBERT & PALL. ..STRONG EDITORIAL RXttUW-qON PROM IJfcMHNG DEMOCRAT IC NEWSPAPER OP SOIITBWEST. REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE CAN OFFER UNBLEMISHED CAREER IN SUPPORT OF CANDIDACY. Strong Lndorsement from the CamD of the Enemv Octavtoao A. Larratolo, Republics candidate (or governor of th state or Now Mexico, u born at Allende, lute ( Chtbuhua. Republic of Mex (60. December 7, IMS. He cam to tU United Statu la mo and five years later entered St Michael's Col lege Santa Fs Later he took up cdu rational worn a a teacher. In which field he waa remarkably successful. Mr. Larratolo aettled in Lai Vagal Is 1866. During the time ha hai been k '.be atate of New Mexico, ho baa achieved a brilliant career In law and ta recognized aa one of the moat fluent speaker of the southwest. Mr. Larratolo did not eeek the noun nation for governor, but it waa forced upon him by hia many friends. Mr Larratolo haa k family of eight sons and one daughter, a eon, Octavlauo A Larraaolo. Jr., to a sergeant of Com panjr B, 7th engineer, American Ex peditionary Force, now in France. two of hi ona are about to enter the army. OCTAVIANO A. LARRAZOLO. HERBERT F. RAYNOL08. JURIST OF ABILITY SfflSSUPRElllttMl RAYN0LD8, REPUBLICAN NOMTNF, HAS ACHIEVED DIS TINCTION Of THE COURTS OF NEW MEXICO. Herbert Frederick Reynold, candl date for the Supreme Bench, was born Nov. 28, 174, In Central City. Colo. He came to New Mexico in 1877 Twenty year later be was graduated from Harvard College, and In 101 received a aetfree from the Columbia School of Law of New York and then wa ad mltted to the bar In that estate, A year later Reynold waa admitted to practice In New Mexico. He waa a member of the Constitutional Conven tion from Bernalillo county In 161. and tn mil wa elected Judge of the iecond Judicial District In New Mex too where he haa served with dlfttlnc-tit-n uud has come to be recognised as a )urit of great ability. He I a real dent of Albuquerque. LAWYER OF NOTE AS ATTORNEY GENERAL 0 0 ASKREN, OP R OS WELL, 18 REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOB IMPORTANT OFFICE. 0. O. Askrea, Republican candidate for Attornv." Ueatral. wae born in Mia touri tn 1878 He waa graduated with the degree of Bachelor of Laws in UM. Two year later he 'wa gradu a ted from the Missouri 'Unlverlt. Lew Department He ha practiced, law coatlnuoualy since that time At the commencement of iarehod in New Mexico. Aakren wan the Re publican nominee tor Dlatrict Judg 1 .-.gainst McClor In the Fifth Judicial uistrlct He ha been a resident of New Mexico for eleven years, during whlcii time he has participated lu t.umerous cases of note In this state He to a man of family and maimalns hi residence to RoswelL J. M. LUNA WOULD HEAD CORPORATIONS POPULAR LAS LUNAR MAN 0. 0. P NOMINEE FOR C0MMI8 SIONER. The following editorial in reprmltu-d In them- column Iters use It to a remarkable ami Htgnincaut document Rtnrkblo In that It la the expression of view held by' the Kl Paso Time, lending lteaiorratlc newspaper of the South!. Hlgntaenut. her nee it to rnrtlHr proof that the ability and dem onstrated value of Senator Kali tn oousifss cannot lie loner denied br any Intelligent person. Careful, aoalyUc!, forceful, convincing, the editorial Is a Kptomllil rt ittpiition of our Nenator, and a tribute In itaelf to the bigness of the Times In 1 ha 1 it put national need ahead of and above party demandx. One Senator's Record i, ruing Time to Democratic- In politics lot tin rtasoa that it believe to th principle uf dtmutrac; Uecaure it billet- the artutest good will conn the piuple of th United mute by- the uppll tllei of tbea principle. The Morning Times., however, 1. nut blinded by politics and Is not incllntd to 11 1 us to give credit Where credit I due- to admit th abllltj el the man.'lrr kpectlv of hi political leaning, to do heroic service lor the generul w.lfare. Naturally, W r American and Intereated n tne progress of the Called Watts. Wa are alo a part of the Ureal brush wett, and what in uon for thl section of th coun try U) most grIUi ... to those of u who are endeav oring to develop it and make of It what is possible, all of Its natural resouut considered. Bo. whn a public official, by hi knowledge ol geueral and sectional affairs, propose beneficial leg. Isatlon. and by hia tact and energy push luch pro posed Ug.klatlou through both housta of congress and does not rest until it la th law of th land, he should be acknowledged what h haa shown himself to be- a itutfsman. W have in mind the senior senator from New Utxlcoi Albert Bacon Pall. Senator Fall has don much for hi constituents during his term of office, nut we refer to only two matters at this time. Among the many measures with which he has had to do, are iwo which have recently been put upon our national statute book wholly through his initiative and largely through hi earnest advocacy. The er matter of great Importance and the Morning Time, tn a spirit of fairness, can do no less than command Senator Fall, will every one who will conldr these two services T- "St 0. 0. A8KREN. 1 J. M. Luna, candidate on the Re publican ticket for the office of cor poration commissioner, wa born in 'Bosque, ,s m -on the 161b day of March, 1874. He was educated to th public school of thl state and fin ished hi choollng In ibe Jeabit Col I lege at I as Vega. Luna rtrst ssso 1 elated himself In the mercantile bul i neat of Loot Hunning and later was with the Lo Loans Mercantile Co. for five year. Twenty-two years ago be went tola i the sheep business nd ha continued I in that bualnese ever since. In 100 Mr. Lena waa elected coua ; ty clerk of Valencia county and has I held that office continuously since Lun has not met opposition for the i office since he first went Into the po j sitlon. An occasional candidate ie pat ; up to ma against him for the county j efrW, bat prior to election day law 1 candidate generally withdraw. only. One of these measures waa an "amendment pro posed by him. and ably Justified In his speech before the United State Senate upon th same, to th re pent bill providing for lb sale by the "United Stale to England of all of th uncoined sliver now held in the treasury of the United State, amounting lo about 3SO.000.000 ounces. This bill waa brought in by the administration force for th pnrpoae of re lieving a difficult situation which Ureal Britain found existing In India, -the fact being that th Indian gov ernment wan unable to purchase llvr, do to th mining of the same having been interfered with by th war, Th bill as originally proposed provided tht ueh silver should be turned over to th English government at the rat of on dollar per ounce, and that th United State should re-purchase the earn amount of allver in lieu thereof. Senator Fall ws quick to see that under such a bill th treasury of the United States would be required to purchase such silver at the market price, thereof, and that thl would reult in th suprtVy f th same Miming from Mexico, sine thai country alon 1 now producing any eoMdderKbl quantity of th metal. He at one In troduced an amendment and passed it through th icnat. which w unanimously pasted through the house and I now a law. requiring that th United State should pay for such allver at no less rat than It waa sailing the silver on hand to England, that is. on dollar an ounce, and that th silver so purchased ahould com from American mines, smelted In Amer ican smelters The amount .of sliver now being pro duced In th United Stat doe not exceed 66,060,666 or 70.000.000 ounce par annum, and th price ha been governed by the price for which th Mexican mines have been selling theirs, and haa been consid erably below the price England wa willing to pay th United State for the same So Senator Pall's amendment mean that th di ver mines of the United States can market their all ver 10 th United. State government for th next four or five year at th eame rat, and establishes th market price for silver for all mine producer at not lea than that amount for such period of time, with out any loss whatever to th treasury ef th United States. It also mean big boost for sliver mining, now largely fallen Into decay In our mineral region, and should be a Steal boon to that Industry through out the Mat of Arliona. while In New Mexico, Grant and Socorro counties particularly, which contain a gret number of llvr mine faty hav heretofore found unprofitable to work, will be greatly benefited. The other measure enacted into a law by an amendment which Senator Pall prop.iod and fought strongly for until both th senate and house of rep resentative seceded to his ideas, waa to allow Mi dler from 11 tn 11 years of age, drafted into the army of the United States, to select hotnetadi of from ISO to 10 acre, anywhere on th public do main, the same aa persons over 11 year of eg have heretofore had th right to do. HI main Idea wa that anyone who I old enough to rv th govern no nt of th United State la entitled to all th home stead privilege at once that those above II are en titled to. and that If these young boy, coming from our public domain sections, where their families are largely dependent on public land laws for acreage sufficient for cattle ranch, were taken away from this country when they were so near man's estate without their having the right to get land, that the very land that they were familiar with and had In tended perhaps to enter, sdjacent to the other fam ily lands, might h entered by outrider while th bo, were off at war, and so disrupt their own and their familial' plans for the settlement of th boy. Th right already existed under s general law for aol dlors. even though II year of age, to lake land, pro vided they ettid and lived on the same within all month after the selection of the same; but such tow could not be applied to the benefit of the boy under the present situation, because they might not be able to return and get upon such lands If they selected Ml am before they leeve, within such period of time. Senator Pall's amendment allow them to make their selections now, by stoning their applications or Riving a power or attorney to (0010011 elee for them to do so, signing and acknowledging before their superior arr: offlc rs. IV th nf these acts are timely. Under the mining 1 .. .in,, m the price ot silver will not he I, and 11.11 1 it vliably will go considerably above one dol lar, .ind under the land law thousand of our soldier boys and ihelr families will be protected while they The Morning Tin,. Is also glad to bear witness in 1: t fact thai a great many other national and public iiuroosr have been ureatly advanced by the effort of this peculiarly well-fitted New Mexican senium and nlro that he stood out with slnxulsr clrnrness an; strength in out M xbnn crisis, and has aleo been strowrly ir-hind th administration meaeures fur th projection nf the war with Oermuny. Ill eenatorlu enrerr has won the appreciation of all men nf tr wu in west. n:i" nlle at their politics mi. 1 it h em usual pert itnher elect family home to still standing Jast A tone's throw from the Santa Pi ratt evay tracks near the depot of Las truce. With a preliminary study of, tow St bis birthplace, Frankfort, Ky where he first aaw the light of day November If, 1161, as s bass, he com pleted his tow stsdiea and passed thai bar of New Mexico In list. Pall do, voted himself to the practice of lain to general until 1104, whan he mad a specialty of Mexican tow. la his years In New Mexico he worked o s farm, a cattle ranch and aa a miner and became Interested tn mlaes, Isaa her, land sad railroads and, to now extensively engaged In farming and stock raising nt Three Rivers. Th public lire of, Senator Fall is oaJ crowded with worthy service. He wa a member of the New Mexican Terri torial Legislature several times sat m member of the constitutional convex tlon. He served aa astoci te Justice ot tke Supreme Court of New Mextoo and twice wa attorney general of tan territory. He waa elected to thsj United State Seiette by the New Mex do Legislature March 17, 1611, draw the short term and waa re-elected Jstv usry 12. lll. LsV 41 Senator Albert B. Poll, Heriillcau nominee tor U, 8. senator, baa been a resident of New Mexico since 1867, wheu he first engaged In mining at Kingston and Hlllsboro. Later be set tied at Us Crucea, where the old POPULAR EDUCATOR WOULD HEAD SCHOOLS .. Mt ' JKTE .JkT.iSK & - sss JONATHAN H. WAGNER, ENCUMBENT STATE SUPERINTEND- ENT, IB ON REPUBLICA NTI0EET. Jonathan Howard Wagner, bor In Columbia City. Ind., educated to the rural schools ot Whitley county and Rkm ' St SEmf Sfc J. H. VVAQNIA. at the high school at North Manches ter, Ind. Took courses of study la , the German Baptist College, the Indi ana State Normal School and las Uni versity of Michigan, Waa Instructor Department of Science to the Indiana Stole Normal School two years sad for seven years waa principal and su perintendent of schools in northern Indians. Moved to Nsw Mexico ton year ago and for five years waa su perintendent ot the schools of Las Crucea. three years auperlntendsst of schools at Santa Fe, and to now diets Sise oat 10 nuei s tarwid Superintendent. In the administration ot his work In New Mexico haa gone on the theory that education to the chief business of the. atate sad that this education should be generally dis tributed. During the put year and a halt haa assisted in the organisation of s system of vocational education lu Nsw Mexico under federal aid aa pro vided by the Smith-Hughe, bill and baa established a number ot vocational schools In the agricultural sections and in the mining centers of New Mextoo. MARTINEZ OF UNION 1 FORSTATESECRETARY L00AN MAM ON 0. 0. P. TICKET HAS TRAINING TN PUBLIC LIFE. Manuel Martinet of Logan, Union county. Republican candidate tor sec retary of state, ws born nt San Lor- SEEEEEEEEEEoiiJBBEBEEff MANUEL MARTINEZ. enxo, San Miguel county, January 29th, 187. Hia early education was completed in the public schools of San Miguel county, followed by a college course In 8ft. Michael's College in Santo F4 end at the Christian Brother Col lege, St. Joseph, Mo. Ho ha been In the stock raising business since he wss Si years of aga in ltss Mr. Martinet entered public Uf as deputy treasurer and collector of Union county, with offices at Clay ton. He was U. 8. commissioner from 106 to 1606, and receiver of the Clap ton land office from January, 1110. to October, 1613, st the completion of which term he returned to his ranch, and tt wsa only -at ihe nr. .est Insist ence of hi friendr that lie wa In duced to make the run for aecreUry of state. Mauuel Msrtlaea. in the opt tlon of those who know him, la excel lout ma terial to fill the office of secretary of state, because of hia far lll trlty with public affaire and hi . excellent train ing in n successful I um tut life. Lueer Hoist an Own Petard. Antonio Lncero has lieen secretary of the state of New Mextoo for seven long year. Tired of a cinch Job. ha baa been eagerly looking forward to getting back to real work as editor of hi paper, U Vox. of La Vogaa Mr. Locero'a friend to Mb Miguel had different plans far htm. however, and recently nominated him for county clerk on the Democratic rtoket. He de clined. By return mall he received from the ooonty committee a narrow strip of newspaper clipping which read, "In these time, any man who refuses the call of hi party, to ran for any office, H a slacker." It waa a reprint of part or g letter tost Mr. Locero recently wrote to Robert E. Putney, of Albu querque, who wa dodging the oougrea slmial nomination. What could the secretary of state no? He did it. He proved that he' not s slacker. ) GET IHS MSMBrGGaUPMk ANM NSW YORK WORLD Byeeudtoff SS.7B to the Dem tot Orsphlc ss a rabecrtptlon to the Orsphlc World combine Hon, yon will receive the week ly OrapWc snd the Thrtos-a-wash New York World for one year. That will give yon OS copies of the Graphic and 116 of the World. The Thrice-a-week World s big, comprebeoslve aovrepa Pr. with all of the events of the world fnUy covered sad presented. Everything pertain ing to the war la set forth in detail, with abundance of lustrations . atohscrib at once. Is II- Read Oar Uterfe (arefnUy. n ik-ox ror .