Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'Albuquerque evening citizen. (Albuquerque, N.M.) 1905-1907, July 01, 1905, Page PAGE FIVE, Image 5',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of New Mexico
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
. ALI3UQUEUQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
8ATUAOAY, JULY 1, 1905.
"r "w- we- rtT "Turf" -w-
Surety Investment Company
Albuquerque Traction Company
WE BUILD THE HOUSE
Merchants would generally build their own home, but they dislike to take the money, in a lump sum, out of their business, therefore if
YOU FURNISH THE PLANS
we will sell you the lots, let the contract, furnish the money and build you a beautiful home in
CALL THE REPRESENTATIVES OF THE PEOPLE TOGETHER. LEARN
THE NEEDS OF THE NATION, AND THUS WITH NEW EYES AND
EARS, GET OUT OF THE DARK WOULD RETAIN HIS AUTO
CRATIC POWER, BUT WIELD IT WITH A NEW-BORN INTELLI
GENCE. TO THE BENEFIT OF RUSSIAN PROGRESS.
By W. T. Stead.
Famous English Economist and Ed
itor. What would I do if I were czar?
When you ask me that question, I
feel profoundly gratful that I am not
. Tl . T J . . .lint JV.IAM-
me czar, xjul i auuiit mat. tut? yuo,- ,
tlon Is one that ought to be asked of
every one who venture to express au
opinion upon the situation In Rus-j
It is eay to dogmatise about what
the czar ought to do, especially as
most of the dogmatists confine them-,
selves to asserting that he ought to
cut and run from the post which has
been entrusted to his keeping. The
question is not what the czar ought
to do. If he were as Irresponsible as
an American newspaper editor, but
what would I do which heaven for
bid he changed places tonight with
"I would not wish my worst enemy
to bave the burden which I have to
bear," said the czar to me, at Czar
koe Selo, in the piping times of peace
seven long years ago.
How much more unsupportable Is
the burden today! But were it ten
times as heavy he cannot lay It down.
He must stagger on under it as best
tie can until death. Desertion of his
post treachery to his trust, repudia
tion of his coronation oath these
things at least, need not be dis
cussed. For however weak Nicholas
II may be in other respects, he Is as
Immovable as a rock when he Is quite
certain he is obeying the imperious
call of a plain duty.
What, then, would I do, If I found
myself in the czar's skin, fs.e to face
with the present peril-as position
within and without the Russian fron
tier? Abdication would mean deser
tion; from such a coward's crime no
good could arise. It the Eternal
providence that placed me on the
throne wished me to vacate It, vacat
ed It will be; but abdication for an
emperor is what suicide Is to the in
dividual, the voluntary abandonment
of a position of responsibility thrust
upon us without our consent by the
will of the higher powers.
If I were czar I think I should re
gard It as my first duty, not to de
prive myself of the authoiity with
which I was invested on my . corona
tion, but to render It possible for me
intelligently aud uaefully to exercise
At present I am omnipotence with
out omniscence. I am an autocrat
whose eyes see no further than a
monljik's and whose ears are no
keener than those of an lsvostchik.
If by the will of God I am called
to be the gray matter of the brain
of Russia, then In God's name, give
fne eyes and ears which will see and
hear all that goes on in the remotest
provinces of my empire!
This being Interpreted Into the
plain, practical speech or early poli
tics, means that I would bring into ex
istence as speedily as the wisdom of
my ablest and most energetic advis
ers could desire, a modernized equiva
lent of the ancient zeniskl soborl, or
national consullaure assembles, where
by In times of national peril Russia
has repeatedly found safety.
The zemskl sobor would not be a
parliament; it would be an assem
blage of the ablest, most public spir
ited Russians discernible to me and
my counselors, to whom should be
added in equal numbers the chosen
representatives of the zemstvos, the
municipalities and the peasants.
With them I would take counsel,
from them I should receive informa
tion, to them I would remit for con
sideration and discussion the su
preme questions of peace and war.
Qirts rest to the stomach. Cunt lndlfMtlon, dyspepsia, tour stomach,
tired stomach, weak stomach, windy stomach, puffed stomach, narrow
stomach and catarrh of the stomach. A guaranteed euro.
OaWa MW Tear aTa
nMiMirtavml MaSaa ISi
"' 4.1 Am
For eale br
home place,$3,000 building restrictions, 30-foot building line, handsome entrance gate, hundreds of growing box-elder shade trees, cement sidewalks, no
TRACTION LAND AND i (VIPR O VLTtVJE N T CO.,
Solomon Luna, Pres., W. H. Greer, V-Pres., M, W. Flournoy, Sec-lreas., D.K.B. Sellers, Mgr.
"WHAT I WOULD
If V 1
But in all this I would preserve unim
paired the supreme and awful respon
sibility that was Imposed upon me at
my crowning. All that would be done
would be for the chosen representa
tives of the Russian nation to supply
the knowledge necessary for the wise
exercise of my omnipotent autoc
racy. There can be no good counsel
without freedom of discussion, but as
wisdom seldom proceeds from the ir
responsible, the zemskl sobor would
be free to speak, but it would ' be
weighed down by the consciousness I
that I might and probably would be
in the exercise of my sovereign au
thority impose upon them or upon
their trusted representatives the re
sponsibility of carrying out the pro
gram which they draw up for my!
That, however, must be left to myi
supreme will. In the opinion of nine
out of every ten of my subjects, lim
itations upon the exercise of the au-
tnority or tne autocracy can only De
imposed by the free will of the au
tocrat, and that solely for the purpose
of securing the more efficient expres
sion of the will of the people, whose
voice is the czar.
The recent ukase establishing the
principle of religious liberty would
be enforced and extended.
The chartered liberty of the Finns
would be confirmed and placed on a
firmer footing by the annulling of the
arbltra. y illegalities of the regime in
troduced by General Bobrlkoff.
Among the measures which would
be recommended to the zemskl sobor
for consideration would be the modi
fication of the rigor of the Russian ad
ministration in Poland, the arrange
ment of a modus vlvendi with the
Jews, the establishment of a system
of universal primary education, and
the restoration of Its ancient liber
ties to the church.
In short, I would, If I were czar,
endeavor in all things to realize the
Ideal of the czardom, to make myseir
the Incarnate will of KuBsla. and to
place myself in the closest, most con
stant relationship with all that is
wisest and soundest In the Russian
And pending the establishment of
tha rnmnlota freedom of the Dress. I
would anange for the Immediate pub-l
llcatlon of an official newspaper for
DODular circulation throughout my em
pire, In which, as In general assembly
or meeting place of the whole nation,
every representative body and recog
nized order should have a right of
printing their petitions or grievances,
unless under my own sign manual I
declared that I had personally read
ail drug glet.
DO IF I WERE THE
"I WOULD GET LIGHT A3 TO
DO IF I WERE CZAR."
such petitions and believed that it
would not be for the public Interest
that they should be 'published.
Then at least I could feel that I
should no longer be kept in the dark
as to what my subjects suffer, what
my subejets think, and what my sub-
BIG ROW AMONG THE
INDEPENDENTS AND BUCKETSHOP MEN START A NEW BOARD
Kansas City, July 1. War is on
between the Chicago and Kansas
City boards of trade and the Inde
pendent brokers or bucket shop
men. It is the outcome of the re
cent decision of the United States
supreme court restraining the In
dependents from using quotations of
the Chicago Board of Trade.
To fight back, the bucket shop
men have organized the National
Board of Trade of Kansas City. It
Is to rival the old boards. If beaten
In this effort the Independents must
go out of business.
The leader In the movement and
president of the new organization is
C. C. Christy. The Chicago Board
of Trade has been after his scalp
for years, but he has continued us
ing Its quotations.
In regard to the new organization
Christy says: "We have now 1500
members, representing all parte of
the country, and 30,000 tutlos of
leased wires. Every member must
do a strictly straight business or he
will be expelled. We Intend to han
dle grain through the public ele
vators, and in three years will be
doing more business than any other
board. The Chicago Board of
Trade is nothing but a bucket shop,
and a powerful one. It even con
trols the courts."
W. G. Goffe, president of the Kan-
DETECTIVE HAS FIGHT
WITH RATON ESCAPES
S. N. Rose, Santa Fe detective,
while on duty at the Santa Fe depot
at La Junta, Colo., noticed two col
ored men who answered the descrip
tion of the escaped prisoners from
Raton Rose and A. A. Frost. He
started after the men and they sep
arated. Rose ran one of the men
Into a corner where there was a des
perate hand-to-hand encounter, the
negro finally escaping. Rose shot
after htm but missed. One of the
negroes was later captured south of
town. Detective Rose was badly
bitten on the left band during his
Th laxatlv (tact f Chambertala'e
Stomach and Livr Ta biota la ao ar
abla ami ao natural that yon do sot
rcallaa It la tha affect ot a anadlelna. For
sale ar all daaUra,
MY SUBJECTS SUFFER."
Jects wish. I cannot be an efficient
autocrat In the dark.
V """" ; ' ?
a' 9 ' m Xt 1ST' - . . ' V ' ...
C. C. CHRISTY,
fcas City Board of Trade, refuses to
divulge his plans for fighting the
rival organization. Asked If he pro
posed to Ignore it, he said: "No,
but time alone will reveal our meth
ods of fighting it"
Other members of the Kansas
City board denounce the members
of the new board and say that It
will not last six months. They
have warned the Kansas City papers
that if quotations from the new
board are published, their representa
tives will be driven from their floor.
JURY HOLDS SANTA FE
RESPONSIBLE FOR WRECK
Coroner J. B. Ilackett held sn In
quest over the body of Frank Mc
Adams, the passenger fireman of the
Colorado ft Southern who was killed
on Tuesday by the runaway freight
train betwen King Siding and Castle
Rock, Colorado. The Jury report
found that Frank McAdams came to
his death in a collision between a
runaway freight and a passengr train
between King and Castie Rock, the
result of extrem negligence on the
part of the Santa Fe Railway com
pany in not having a split switch.
No need to fear sudden attacks of
cholera infantum dysentery, diarrhoea
or summer complaint, if you have Dr.
Fowler's Extract of Wild Strawberry
In the medicine chest.
W. T. STEAD. IN "WHAT I WOULD
STOCK MONEY - METAL - WOOL
Closing Quotations Received by Levy
Bros., Members Chicago
Board of Trade.
Amalgamated Copper &2
American Sugar 139
Atchison, common .., 83
Atchison, preferred I..102
Baltimore & Ohio 113
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7114
Colorado Fuel ft lion 44
Chicago, Great .Western, com.. 20
C. & 0 63
Erie, common 46 H
Erie, first 8244
I.. & N 149
Missouri Pacific 99
Mexican Central 21
New York Central 144
Reading, common 99
Rock Island, common 29
Southern Pacific 64
St. Paul ......177
Southern Railway 32
T. C. & 1 83
Union Pacific, common 127
U. 8. S., common 82
U. S. 3., pfd 99
Wabash, pfd 40
O. ft W 53
Weekly Bank Statement
New York. Julv 1. Reserves, de
crease, $3,435,800: reserve, less U. S.
decrease, S3,4D9,H0U; loans, Increase,
118,056,300: special, increase. 1374.-
500: leeals. Increase. 11.001.200: de
posits. Increase, 119.280,000; circula
tion, Increase, $476,000.
Just What Everyone Should Do.
Mr. J. T. Barber, of Irwlnvllla, Oa.,
always keapa a bottle of Chamberlain's
Collo, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
at hand ready (or Inatant uae. AtUtcke
of eollo, cholera morbua and diarrhoea
come on ao suddenly that there la ao
time to hunt a doctor or so to the store
for medicine. Mr. Barber aaye: "I have
tried Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy, which la one of the
beat medlclnea I aver aaw. 1 keep a bot
tle of It In my room, aa I have bad sev
eral attacka of eollo and It haa proved
to be the beat medicine I aver uaed."
Bold by all dealers.
8ewlng Machines For Rent
by week or month, at low rates. The
Singer Is acknowledged the lightest
running and most convenient of any.
Try one and be convinced. Only ai
the Singer stores. Look for the red
S., 218 South Second St., Albuquer
que, New Mexico.
The 8alvs that Penetrates.
DeWltt's Witch Haaal Salve penetrates
the port of tha skin, and by Ita ana
leptic, rublfoclent and healing Influence
It auoauea Inflammation ana curee Holla,
Buma. Cute, Kcaema. Tetter. Kin Worm
and all akin dlaeajjea. A speolfle for
blind, bleeding. Itching and protruding
riiea. Tne original ana genuine wttcn
Hasel Salve la made by sf G. DeWItt
Co., and sold by ail dnigtsta.
TheBest Hot Weather Medicine
"SS TEW MILLION BOXES A TEAR 4
S CANDY CATIIA"
feso y-r- y,:, - J
PREVENT ALL 8 II WW EH "eOWfL TBOUDtES fj
DECISION OF BOARD
ON GEOGRAPHIC NAMES
Henry Gannett of the United States
Geological survey, who is chairman
of the United States board of geo
graphic names, submits for publica
tion the following riaclnlnna mailt hv
the board at Its last meeting, June 7:
Donaldson; creek, Caldwell county,
Kentucky. (Not Dolllson, Dollarson,
Hay den; island In Columbia river,
Multnomah county, Oregon. (Not
Shaw's, Shaw, nor Vancouver.)
Hornlblow; point, Chowaa county,
North Carolina. (Not Hnrnhlower
Horniblow's, nor Skinners.)
Klvallna; river, debouching In Cor
win lagoon, on the Arctic coast of
Alaska, sixty miles southeast of
Point Hope. (Not. Kevullk, Kevu
leek, Kuveleek, Klvalena, Klvallnag
mlut, Klveleena, Klvilenya, K lve
low, nor Kiv-a-llnyah.)
Kobuk; river in northwestern Al
aska, tributary to Hotham Inlet. (Not
Kowak, Putnam, Kooak, Kubuk, nor
Poverty; point, Dorchester tounty,
Maryland. (Not Brockman, Brok
man nor Brohawn.)
Roasting Ear; point, Dorchester
county, Maryland. (Not Roasting
Gar. nor Rose Neck.
Tlgara; Eskimo village on Polntj
nope,, Arctic coast or Aiasira. (Not
Tlklra, Tlkl-rah, Tlk-l-rah-mun, Tik
liah, Tlk e rah, Tlkera, Tlekagag
mint, Tlekaga, TIgera, Tig-a-ra, Tlg-a-rah,
Whale; Island between Afognak
and Kodlak, Alaska. Not Tobopym
erlu. Tobopymek, Ketoy, nor Klttl
wake.) Reversal of previous decision.
8AVE3 MAN'S LIFE
By the coolness and bravery of a
woman the life of a prominent Stone
wall, Colorado, rancher was saved a
few days ago from the attacks of a
The bear had devoured some young
stock bwned by Hal Russell, a
wealthy pioneer rancher of the Stone
wall country. Mr. Russell, accom
panied by his wife and a Mrs. Wilson,
who resides near the Russell home,
started on a bear hunt, taking the
trail from the remains of a yearling
calf which the bears had eaten.
The party came upon two grizzlies
unexpectedly and it resulted In an
exciting encounter. Mr. Russell kill
ed the male bear with two well direct
ed shots. The female bear was close
by and charged on the party. Mr.
Rtnstll and the two ladles opened
fire as they retreated. Mr. Russell
wan between the ladles and the bear
and fell backward over a log. Mrs.
Russell, realizing In an Instant the
position of her husband, rested her
rifle against a tree and fired four
bullets Into the bear which fell dead
within a few feet of her husband.
These are the first grizzly bears
killed In the Stonewall valley this
It was a hugs task to undertake the
cure of such a bad oaaa of kidney die
aaaa aa that of C. F. Col liar, of Chero
kee, la., but Elertrlo Bitters did It. He
wrltea: "My kidneys were ao far gooe
I could not alt on a chair without a
euahlon; and Buffered from dreadful
backache, headache, and depreaalon. In
Electric Elttera, however, I found a care,
and by them waa reatored to perfect
health. I recommend thla great tonlo
medicine to all with weak kldneya, liver
or etomaob. Guaranteed by all deaiere;
SMI It's 10 to 1 you do if you are a vlotiin r
j f ZX . Don't Do It. ! Dong-eroue.
I ntjtf We'll admit It will core malaria, but it leaves
I almtait duadlv after efiucla.
is purely veeotable and absolutely iruaraiitued
to cure malaria, sick beaduche, biliotiuiioau,
and all atoiuach, kiduey and liver oowpluiuU.
TRY IT TO-DAY.
90 Cents cw Dottle,
rot sue by J.
stores or shacks.
KELLY WILL CELEBRATE
8peclal Correspondence. .
Kelly, N. M., June 29. The Fourth,
of July celebration is on the tapis,
a id bids fair to end In a rousing cel
ebration In Kelly. It has been some)
years since Kelly celebrated the
great national event, and every one)
is beginning to think It Is about tlm
she astonishes her cltlsens and neigh
bor friends by inviting them to spend,
the glorious Fourth in Kelly. Thai
matter Is being pushed by some of the)
most enterprising young men, who
believe in doing the thing up right.
The people of Kelly have come te
ask the question of why they should
spend the Fourth of July In some,
other town away from home, wheat
we have better accommodations and.
a better chance for a good time at
home. The great dlculty found fa
spending the day. In some smaller
town Is that very rarely the accom
modations are ample for the immense)
crowd of visitors. Jostled and crowd
ed about, you must stand In the glar
ing sun all day, or In case of a rata
you get a good soaking. Why not
Invite our friends to Kelly and show
them one of the best times of their
lives. A very good program cam
easily be arranged for the day, and
a big Ore works display at night. It
Is very probable that a grand ball
will be one of the foremoBt attrac
tions. Quality vs. Quantity.
Hard mueclea and atrong body de set
depend on the quantity of food you eas,
but on Ita perfect digeatlon and proper
eaelmllation. When you take KodoT yaw
pepala Cure your syatem gets all tha
nourlahment out of all the food you eat.
It dlgeata what you tat regardleas c
the condition of the atomach and eoa
veya tha nutrient propertlea to tha Moo
and tlaauea. Thla bullda up and atrcngth
ana the entire ay stem. Kodol curea la
distention, Dyapepala. Belching, Sow
Stomach, Weak Heart, eto. Bold by ail
INFESTED BY SCABIES.
The Colorado state board of stock
Inspection commissioners has issvedl
an order requiring the dipping ot
every sheep In certain counties ot
that state under government super
vision. Exposed and clean sheep
are to have one dipping and diseased
sheep two dippings ten days apart.
Tho government will send eight or
ten inspectors to Trinidad and the)
dipping of sheep will commence July
1 and continue until the last of Au
gust. After dipping, each ehee
owner will be given a certificate stat
ing the number of sheep dipped and
showing that he has .complied with
Kor the last sixty days a careful
Inspection of sheep has been made
by government Inspectors who report
that nearly 90 per cent of the sheep
In Colorado have ben found to either
be infected with scabies or to have
been exposed to the contrtion.
The counties affected are Prowera,
Bent. Otero, Pueblo, Huerfano, Las
Animas and Baca. Also some are)
reportd In Costilla, Saguache, Rio
Grande, Conejos, Montezuma, Mo
trose, Gunnison and Delta,
A Bad Scare.
Some day yon will get a bai
when you feel a pale la your boweea.
and fear appendloltla Safety Uae la Int.
King's New Liver fllta. a aura aura foe
all bowel and atomach dlaeaeea, auch ae
headache, blllouaneaaa. eoetlveneee, etat
Guaranteed by all dealers, only tee. Try
The Economist a4 Is worth readlng.
Each and every Hue tells of a "Spec
ial" of some sort.
ki. O Kielly Uo.