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THE ALKUQUEKQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE
B. H. BRIQG8
Colorado, 'Phone 48 . .
HUOHE3 ft McCREIQHT, Publisher
Tfcos Hus"hrs Editor
W . MoCrelcht....Mcr. and City Editor
Published Dally and Veekty.
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r street N. W.. Washington D. C.
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Ber In the territory.
SUBSCRIBERS win confer a favor on
, The Cltlten by notifying na lmmedl
' alely of any .nondelivery of the pa
per. . Russia believes in the right to mas
racre "without waiting for the aid or
' consent of any other nation."
Rlchter: Individuality is everywhere
to be spared and respected as the root
of everything good.
President Roosevelt has announced
that when the postoffice Investigation
Is closed he will write the history of
Nevada, the least populous state in
the Union, has decided to devote
1125,000 to Its exhibit at the world's
fair, of which $70,000 will be set apart
for a display of minerals.
11 win be rather difficult to prove
that race conditions bad anything to
do with the removal of Judge McMil
lan. The Mexicans had nothing to do
with his case.
President Diaz has agreed to make
an address at the American celebra
tion of the Fourth of July in the City
of Mexico. This is a graceful recogni
tion of the American nation.
Out of the 11,199 rural free delivery
routes established during the past five
years, it is said that 3,792 or over 33
per cent of them are located in the
elates of Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and
In Hawaii the native element has
succeeded In having a law passed ex
cluding American immigration. He
vail is one 01 Uncle Sam's "possess
ions" that evidently has a great deal
Inchlngs occur In Delaware be
cause there were ninety murders com
mitted In that little state during the
past five years, and none of the guilty
persons received more than a five
The latest discovered metal,' polon
ium, gives off a steady light and inter
cepts currents of electricity. It is
said that a collar button of polonium
would be a protection against light
ning and also serve as a headlight at
jflvery Fourth of July is attended by
what some one nas called "the slaugh
ter of the innocents." Bursting can
non, prematurely exploding flrecrack-
rs and carelessly aimed revolvers all
so to swell the list of dead and wound
d. A large percentage of the fatal!
ties are caused by tetanus loci. Jaw, is
the more common term. Ordinarily
aibout nfty persons die from the mal
THK MOST leliable
quality to be found
In live market.
Every one jruaronteed
as represented or money
Many Kni;lisl), French
m CO., Props.
. Automatic 'Phone 207
one-third to three-fifths of the cases
are usually traced to the Fourth of
The fact that New ork city is soon
to have the largest bank In the world
need not surprise anybody. New York
is the second of the world's cities In
size and the first in the amount of Its
business. The total of its bank clear
ings has led that of London for several
Twenty years have added to the in
habitants of the United States num
bers nearly equal to our total popula
tion just before the civil war. In the
same period the wealth of the Ameri
can people has more than doubled and
has reached a hundred thousand mil
From the bottom of her keel to the
summit of her topmast, the Reliance,
America's cup defender, measures 195
feet, which Is over sixty feet in ex
cess of any sailing vessel In the mer
chant service. Her length is only
ninety feet. She carries 20,000 square
feet of canvas.
Kansas had the nerve to ask for
outside assistance to relieve the dis
tress of her people occasioned by the
floods and to enable them to make
another start In life, but she declined
through her legislature to appropriate
a cent from the well filled treasury for
the same purpose.
, Investigations are about to lie insti
tuted in the seed bureau of the agri
cultural department and in the land
office section of the interior depart
ment. Frauds and Irregularities are
reported In each of these departments
and while doing the house cleaning
act the administration has decided to
make it complete. -. -
Some fellows are always taking
exceptions to what the newspapers
have to say about them. As a matter
of fact the man t who gets mad at
what the newspapers say In the way
of news and about him Is generally
just the man who should return
thanks three times a day for the
things the newspapers know aliout him
and don't print.
- The New Mexican says that it Is a
pity that Albuquerque was not built
upon higher ground to avoid floods.
This city has never been damaged to
the extent of a dollar by floods In Its
whole existence. The city of Santa Fe
was heavily damaged a few weeks ago
by a heavy rain, which ruined several
bridges across the Rio Santa Fe. Such
a disaster could not tiapixn to the city
SCHOOL OF POLITICS.
Andrew D. White, whose work as
ambassador to Germany has given
him a commanding position In Interna
tional diplomacy, will no doubt attract
much attention by his plea at Kale for
the founding ot a school of politics.
According to Mr. White the greatest
need in American life today is educat
ed young men to hold ofllce honestly,
capably and intelligently. In order to
ing this about he favors the use of
college endowments for the establish
ment of protessorships and fellow
ships, to be used in the study of pub
lic affairs; the establishment of pro
fessorships for the study of interna
tional law, and the endowment of
cnairs In American history and poli
tics. The proposed courses will cover
the administration of government in
town, state and nation, and will le
Intended to broauen the political hori
zon of the average young American.
Chamberlain s uoiic, cholera snd
The uniform success of this remedy
as made il the most popular prepara
ion In use for bowel complaints. It is
verywhere recognized as the one
emedy that ran always be depended
pon and that is pleasant to take. It
a especially valuable for summer
iiarrboea in children and is undoubt
edly the means of saving-the lives of
a great many children each year. For
sale by all druggists.
MISS BELLE FRANKLIN.
Wins Medal In Oratorical Contest Last
Evening in Library Hall.
The oratorical contest in Library
hall last evening, under the W. C. T.
U. of this city, was a successful and
Messrs. Horton, Stlngle and liar
wood were the judges. The handsome
medal given by the W. C. T. U. was
awarded to Miss Franklin, and Miss
Johnson was awarded the second prize.
The medal was presented by Rev
Thomas Harwood In a few well chosen
remarks, who also related some an
ecdotes which pleased his hearers.
The musical part of the program was
enjoyable. Mrs. Borden, the president
of the union, made a few remarks that
Piano Solo Miss R. Huntzinger
Recitation VlrK'nla Neale
Recitation. .. Belle Franklin
Vocal 80I0 Miss Welch
Recitation ida Johnson
Recitation Kdythe Taylor
Tableau "The First Grief
Recitation Lucy Edlo
Vocal Solo Miss Houghton
Violin Solo Isaac Singer
v'ocal Solo and Tableau
"Hallowed Be Thy Name,""
Miss Nellie Taylor and Contestants.
Presentation of medal by Rev. Thomas
Chamberlain's Stomach i.nd Liver
Tablets are Just what you need when
you have no appetite, feel dull alter
eating and wake up with a bad taste
In your mouth. They will Improve
your appetite, cleanse and Invigorate
your stomach and give you a relish
for your t -d. For sale by all druggist.
Crowded Last Evenlnig by Representa
tive People to Bid Farewell to Rev.
and Mrs. Beattie,
The interior of the Presbyterian
church was handsomely decorated last
evening In honor of the farewell recep
tion tendered to Rev. and Mrs. T. C.
The church was crowded by repre
sentative people of the city of all de
nominations who conveyed their
thoughts to Rev. Mr. Beattie, who for
fourteen years has been a pastor In
this city. During the evening refresh
ments were served by the ladles of the
church. Profossor Stroup introduced
several speaksrs who testified to the
sterling worth of Pastor Beattie, and
then the pastors of our churches had
words of praise for his work here in
Albuquerque, and all regretted his de
parture. Rev. Mr. Beattie thanked the
speakers for their kind words and bade
farewell to his congregation and to Al
buquerque. Rev. and Mrs. Beattie will leave to
day for Los Angeles for a vacation.
Outside orders soncueu for Fourth
of July FIRE WOkKS. Write to O. A.
Matson & Co., and get the best.
AT THE HOTELS.
J. H. Vlll, W. A. Lamb, B. S. Phil
lips and wife, T. H. McDonald, Den
ver; C. C. Webb. Trinidad: F. W. Ish
am. New Haven, Conn.; F. A. Wil
liams, Sterling, Colo.; Louis A. Hart,
Louisville ,Ky.; John Stein, Las Ve
gas; Julius Woin, Cabezon.
H. C. Williams, Las Vegas; J. M.
Wilson; J. Thomson, Denver; A. C.
Padley. Buffalo; Theo. L. Wood, Den
ver; R. Hfl Gilbert, Atlanta, Ga.; A.
Vandervoort, Boston; M. Cellers, New
York ; Geo. Packer, Denver.
L. A. Falres, El Paso; A. J. Frank,
Algodones; D. Davis, San Francisco;
11. Davidson, Lan Vegas.
O. II. Walter, F. L. Jewett, Hutchin
son, Kas.; Mr. Riley, Hillsboro. ,
Mrs. E. Cr. Fouler, A. D. Williams,
Pittsburg; A. K. Laudenslager, Santa
How long will it take the man to fill
the sack if be does not atop the leak?
To attempt to nourish the body when the
stomach is ilis
eased is like try
ing to fill the
sack with the
hole in it. When
the stomach mil
ati'l nutritive or-
gans are dis
eased, there is i.
constant loss of
Enough is eateul
but the body
proof that the
food eater, is
because it i;. not
digested and as
similuted. Ir. Pierce's
diseases of the
other organs of
stops the leaks
by which nutri
tion is lost, md
building up of the body by the nutri
tion derived from food The gain in
weight proves the cure
Thrre years ago I wus taken lick with what
the doctor iill'.'l nervousiH'wi and indistion."
writes Mrs Warren E Park rr of uranue Sired,
Natituckrt. M-s. "He pave mr niniitinr for
the Uoultle. but 1 coitltl li'it rateve!! a little- ttast
or uatmt-itl wit' ait suflv rill? cvrrc!y In a frw
month 1 lgi-- to have fUttrmiu patna right
In the pit ul Hi" stomach I colled llic tUictor
awaits and lie .iil I had ratairh of stomach.
Have me medicine but it uU uul uu any a;uud.
I hiat ft ixiMuu- in three montha I then com
menced taking I. Pierce'a medicines and aoon
began to Icel In-tler I have taken ais hollies ol
'Golden Meitictl IMscovery.' two nf ' Kavori;
Prescription ' anil six vials of Ur Tierce's Pel
lets. I have gaiucd ten pounds Can cat every
thing. Dr. Pierce's fleaaaul 1'elleU cure constipation.
He will tell you
That barley-malt is a
half-digested food, as good
as food can be.
That hops are an ex
That the little alcohol in
beer only 3 per cent
is an aid to digestion.
But he will tell you that
beer must be protected
from germs, and brewed
in absolute cleanliness.
He'll say, too, that agej
is important, fo. age brings'
Without it, beer ferments
on the stomach, causing
Schlitr beer is brewed with all
precautions. It is the recog
nized standard all the world
over, because of. its purity.
Askor tht Brmtry Bottling.
jaeum m r.aKin,
lit South Klr.t St., Automatlo
1 III. VI ,uu . IV...
THE BEES THAI MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
From the Advocate.
Work on the pipe line of the Hills
boro Gold Mining and Milling company
is going: on at a lively rate.
H. H. Smith and W. A. Gray, of Des
Moines, Iowa, visited this camp this
week. Both gentlemen are Interested
In valuable mining claims, owned by
the Hub Gold Mining and Milling com
pany, located at the nase of Animas
peak. They concluded the examina
tion of the properties Wednesday and
left for home yesterday.
The Prosper mill Is last approaching
completion. 1 he Ivoiler and engine are
in place, the shafting is up, the water
tank is completed, the pipe line and
track from the mine to the mill are
nearly ready for use. Superintendent
Hlrsch expects to have the mill ready
for business aliout July 10.
Work on me Great Eastern by the
South Percha Gold Mining and Milling
company is going on nicely. In the
tunnel they have from three to four
feet of fine milling ore, and they also
have a nice leading of high grade ore.
A mill, fully completed, will be treat
ing the product of the South Percha
group of mines ere many moons.
JEMEZ & SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS
Carritb the u. S. man; only line with
a change of stock en route; good rigs,
horses aud drivers; leaves Albuquer-
iue every day In the week, excepi
Sunday, at 5 a. m. For particulars
address W. L. Trimble & Co., agents.
li ii .'jerque, or J. i.. HLOCK. pro
prietor, Jemez. N. .
WHITE OAKS DISTRICT.
From the Fafcle.
I'ete Gunim Is In the Jicarlllas work
Ing for the Free (lold Mining and Mill
The new concentration tables at the
Old Ale are well under way. They will
be completed in a few days.
The Miners' Placer company, under
the management of Chas. Hamilton,
has suspended operations Indefinitely
15. A. Creighton, secretary of the
Lynn Mining and industrial company.
of, Lynn. Mass., is In the city In the in
terest of his company.
Kdward Fox and Phlletus Smith
were in from Jlcarilla Saturday. They
are pushing development on the Hawk
eye proHTty aud are meeting with
Mr. Hopkins, representing El Paso
capital, has located In the Jicarillas
with improved machinery, and will
soon be ready to begin business on a
Henry Taylor has ulscovered some
very old workings in the San Andres
mountains, boiuj of the San Andres
pass. He brought out ore that went
45 per cent copper, 24 per cent silver
and a trace ot gold. Henry took a force
of men and will open up the old
D. WEILLER & CO.,
Agents for the finest brands of al'.
kinds of groceries in the territory. The
Gold avenue grocers.
Look Into lueinwort's marke: on
Morth Third street He baa the nicest
tresb ateata In the city.
W. V. Wolvln, D. D.
Dental Surgeon Santa Fe Pacific
Railroad, Grant Dlock, Albuquerque,
N. M. Both 'Phones.
Ellis MacDougali, D. D. 6.
N. T. Armijo building, room 2. Office
hours, 8:30 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p.
m. to 6 p. m. Appointments made by
mail. Automatic 'phone 157; Old
Edmund J. Alger, L. I). 8.
J Railroad avenue. Office hnura, f:tV
a. mfl to U:0 p. m. ; 1:M p. m. to 6 p. m
Telephone MS. Appointments made b
Bernard L. Hooey
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Albuquerque, N
M Prompt attention given to all biinlnesa
pertaining to the profession. Will prac
tice In all courts of the territory snd be
fore the United States land ofllce.
Ira M. Bond
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, F street N. W.,
Washington, D. C. Pensions, Innda, pal
ents, copyrights, cavlats, letters patent
trade marks, claims.
William D. Lee
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, room 7, N
T. Armijo bi'llillng. Will practice In si.
the courts of the territory.
R. W. D. Bryan
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, Albuquerque. K.
M. Ofllce, First National Bank building.
Frank W. Clancy
ATTO!VNET-AT-LAW, rooms I snd I, N
T. Armijo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
E. W. Dobson
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office, CromweU
olock, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. 8tlngle
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Cromwell block.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Di. J. E. Bronson
Kooaj 17. Whiting Bloc
See Jos. A. Blondln, Manager Al
varado Trio for music for receptions,
musicales, banquets, etc. Headquar
ters, Hall & Learnard.
K7 Wsst Gold Avenue.
I vVM. GOETTINQ & CO., Proprietors.
All kinds of Fresh Meats bandied
Sausage making a specialty.
- -I". CY' -WBSSaSMBBSk''
New Phone 152. Old Phone 59
Resilience, New Phone 353.
...J. W. EDWARDS...
...Undertaker and Embalmer...
My ambu anre service 1 pe:fect having
jus added to my bus neps a nrw up-to-date
tubbtr tired MrUlTKAMBU
LANC . which will til a Ii Dg leltwant
to tlirtturt. nun and ii-pait culla prompt
ly t dt y or tnkiit. My motto is hooest
woik at re - nable p ices.
307 W. RAILROAD AVENUE
113 V$ West Railroad Avenue.
A LBUQUERQUE, NE W MEXICO
Paid In Capital andSurplus$tOO,OOO.oo
TRANACTB A OmNCIAL TRUBT COMPANY BUBIMKBB
INTKRKBT PAID ON BAVINOB DKROBITB
We have ample means and unexcelled facilities for the
transaction of a trust company business inall of its branches,
are prepared to render prompt and satisfactory set v ice and
respectfully solicit your business.
Havings Dejmrunent If xtract from regulations:
"There is hereby created and established a savlnes de
partment, which may receive deposits of money in trust and
allow thereon interest as hereinafterprovlded. The deposits
investments and all business of the savings department shall
be kept separate from the other Nusiness of the companv
and the trust fund thus accumulated shall be invested in first
mortgages on improved real estate and other hiizh-rrrarle
securities, and the notes, bonds or other evidence ( such i -vestment
shall bo held by the companv in trust fot - the sav
ings dejiositors and solrly applicable to the repayment of
Our savings department will be open to the public on the
first day of July next. Special attention will be given this
class of business and every inducement, consistent with a
conservative business policy, wiil be offered to encourage
persistent accumulation of savings by savings depositors.
OFFICER B AND DIRECTORS
W. M. Olllenwater, Rratldmnt r. A. Mubbell, Vlcm Pfldont
J. C. Bmldrldg; Vie President Alfred Oruneteld, Vice President
Dr. W. a. Mope Dmvld Romenwald Dr. John Teaeher
Bolomon Luna M. r. Raynolda Bolomon Welller
A. B. McMillan Blmon Btern N. jr. Bteven W. R. Whitney
Designated legal depository for public, trust and fiducial y
funds of all kinds. Abstracts of Title made and certified-
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUh, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
M. 8. OTERO, President.
W. S. 8TRICKLER, V.P. and Cashier. W. J. JOHNSON, AssL Cashier
WM. MelNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEO. ARNOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL W. A. MAXWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON,
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When you want to buy Flour and Bran, cr want to sell
Wheat, write to
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