Albuquerque Morning Journal Newspaper Archives Nov 4 1918, Page 3

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Albuquerque Morning Journal (Newspaper) - November 4, 1918, Albuquerque, New Mexico Have wondered no doubt Why the Republican Campaign committee has a devoted almost All of its messages to you to the congressional candidates of our party. Our Effort has been to fulfil As Best we could what we regard As duty to our nation in a great crisis in our history the maintenance of the Union founded by our forefathers in 1776, and preserved by our lathers in 1861 to 1865�?the upholding of the Constitution of the United states of America. \ on know that such a crisis exists and that the necessity for meeting it is at hand. Woodrow Wilson the president in his Effort to dictate the men that new Mexico and other states shall Send to Congress has raised this crisis before us so that no thoughtful american can escape its significance. Slum Lei the a rubber Stamps Congress that or. Wilson demands be elected tomorrow peace w ill be concluded with Germain a without economic German will emerge from this War an economic if not a i Titan v Ictor Oxer America. Treaties will be made and a rubber stamp Senate w Iii ratify them a Bidi will bind this nation permanently upon a basis of free Trade to the certain disaster of our industries and the in Poi ensling of our Farmers and stockmen. Labor Nill be thrown at the Mere of the cheap Competition of All Europe. The full dinner pail and the fat Pax envelope w ill pass Awa from us forever More serious vet is the danger if the president s demand that his w ish and not yours Prebilla that our great government w ill become permanent a government of men and that the go eminent of Laws guaranteed to us by our Constitution Given to us by Washington and Hamilton Jefferson Anil Madison and presen cd to us by the immortal uncool will pass away a and we depart upon uncharted seas. Knowing that such a crisis was upon us 900 Republican delegates met in Santa be Oil october i and when the nature of the crisis had been explained to them the put aside personal ambitions and United in the nomination of a state ticket of Able men Well known for integrity and Ahi it. Desiring to Lea a our state candidates to the Good judgment of our people and with full Confidence in the ability of the people to choose wisely we nominated our strongest men for state offices ii order that w e might be free to take to the people tile facts about the crisis in our National affairs and in their help lend the Aid of this state Anil it strongest men to solve our might problems of readjustment the perils of peace. We Haw placed before urn tile record in Congress it senator Ebert b. Fall Bis principles Bis a ilits Bis strength. You Haw seen the esteem 1 nil Confidence Iii w hich he is held by the great leaders of our nation and their Earnest desire that he he returned to the Senate. \ of have read his fearless declaration of the position he will maintain in the Congress in the coming perilous times. Von know Bis utter to tilt x. in it is bitterest enemies have not ii ared to assail it. No better evidence of Bis strength and Power to serve could be had than the fact that the president of the i toted states has from that High arid pow Erful office sought to strike him Down because lie refuses to assume the position desired of a Quot rubber Stamps to this administration. Fall is a fighting Merican the Hest Type of Meric n citizens the kind of Man needed now Iii Washington in St Ite and nation of we a been Blunt in showing the incapacity of Bis opponent. It w As with no ill will to or. Walton but sole because tile occasion is too grave for Aux tiling but facts. Know my the character of the men on our state til of Exen Man thereon of x of do it. Lect them urn w ill re ministration of state affairs. Knowing the great Power of the president ii office Ator fall and or. I b r laude to the full limit of t hat pow or. W e still stand confident of the judgment of the Independent citizenship of our state Fen Ling that outside influence no matter How powerful cannot cause it to abandon Justice loyalty Freedom and the Public welfare. We ask your notes tomorrow for fall Hernandez and the whole Republican state tick knowing that Sulci it vote is the wit to sound state government the defense of our institutions and the safety of our nation. It we confident anticipate the election Cive from them a Wise and honorable Adalid that it Ikis been used against sen the r % i v a by George la. Cra chairman a it i i Gill

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