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FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1905.
AL11UQUEHOUK KVENLNG CITIZEN.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
By The Citizen Publishing Company
" Published Dally and Weekly
V. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT
President Huslness Manager
QUESTION OK I2KMOVAL
The validity of the. action of Governor Otero In re
moving from office the treaHiirer and ex officio collector,
sheriff and school superintendent of Hernallllo county
will unquestionably come before the courts for determin
ation as to his power In the premises and as to whether
the facts existed which authorized him to act if he has
such power. The Citizen does not care to forestall the
determination of the question involved by any discussion
at this time. When the mutters come before the court
The Citizen will give to the public full and exact reports
of the contentions of the parties and the action of the
courts, and let the public judge as to the existence ot
the power claimed for the governor and the propriety
of his action. In the meantime the columns of The Citi
ten are open to the friends of either of the contending
parties for such proper matter as they may see fit to
print upon the merits of the Issues.
The New Mexican very correctly affirms that even
in New Mexico a good apple orchard bears better and
more steady returns than does the average gold mine
la the territory, for the present years apple crop will
foot of 500,im0 boxes of 50 pounds each, worth double
the value of the entire gold output during the past fiscal
year. The paper adds that the farm crops of New Mex
ico are four times the value of all the mineral mined In
the territory this year, including coal and copper, the
principal mineral productions of this commonwealth.
Great is the husbandman nud long may he prosper and
SAGIi ANI SOUND ADVICK
Realizing that a period of prosperity such as this
country is now enjoying throughout its wide extent, is
calculated to produce speculation, gambling in futures,
and all Kinds of extravagance in all classes of society,
the Wall Street Journal gives the country at large some
advice which is both wise and timely. Premising that
prosperity forgets, the Journal itemizes the following
"1. The proper use of our prospe rity. Even a short
time ago we became painfully aware that we were liv
ing too fast; that we were feasting upon luxuries; that
we were dissipating our strength with the recklessness
of a spendthrift and a drunkard. But it appears that, our
resources are inexhaustible. The earth has bequeathed
us another fortune. Shall we forget all ai ."it our recent
"2. Abundance of wealth breeds over-specu atioti
and reckless gambling, with the whole train of attendant
evils. Shall we forget the lesson of liml?
"3 Speculative inflation leads to over- training ot
credit. The last time prices reached their present height
the money market was strained almost to the breaking
point. Shall we forget the experience of 1H"2?
"4. We have had a period of 'social unrest.' That is
what we called It. In realit it was a period of moral
awakening. The revelations of graft in business have
chnkon confidence in our financial leaders. There has
been a loud cry for goverment regulation of the corpora-
inna ami fnr n hlsrbor standard of trusteeship. But If
we are all making money, what matters it if there be vlo
lation of law? Shall we now forget the lessons of 1904
Some one writing to The Commoner the other day,
said: "For the past ten days Toronto has been full of
union printers and their wives, the fifty-first annual con
ention of the International Typographical Union being
tn sPHHion. The nrlnters have come from every state
and territory In the United States, and from every prov
ince in Canada. A few years ago the word printer was
synonymous with liquor. It is not so now. The writer
has been here over a week, has met and communed with
upwards of 2,500 printers, and during his whole stay in
Toronto has not seen one Intoxicated man. The organ
ization of woman's auxiliaries and the introduction of
typesetting machines have worked a change in the print
ing fraternity that makes the feat of ALadin s lamp seem
tame by comparison."
HAPPY LITTLE ARMY ON
ITS WAY TO SCHOOL AGAIN
'By Frank P. Adams
O happy little nimy, on your way to school again.
Armed with reader and arithmetic, with blotter and with
Your hearts are iljiht, your min is are bright, your lots
from work free
Save from a task as difficult ns spelling O-A-T.
You'll learn among some other things that two and two
That twelve Is called a dozen and that twenty Is a
How many pounds are in a ton and pennies In a dime;
How many hours in a day ihow many years in Time!)
'('feat Oaks from LiKle Ac-
I ain't got
was wio found this
Your copy books will say
You'd learn how very wrong it is to say
You'll learn how great Columbus
Though why the earth Is round, perhaps you may not
You'll learn your country's father was the bravo and
Though he got co.d feet one winter when he camped at
You'll learn about the battles, though you may forget
That rice and cotton are the exports of the Southern
If you would be good children, and obedient and nice,
You'd better do the things I say and take my good ad
vice; Don't go with vulgar fractions, they are naughty and
And if you would bo proper don't go with a common
And try to be impersonal, but do not be an "It;"
And don't allow infinitives to ever do the split;
He lovely to your teacher; she knows what she Is at;
Kememher she gets sixty bones a month for, doing that.
O laughing little children on your way to school again.
When all you girls are women and all you boys are men,
Will your lessons he a pleasure, or will you sit' and pout.
And anxiously be walling for your life school t& bp out?
Will the Teacher give you honorable mention when you
To your last and long vacation? Mav God grant that it j
And make you noble women and true mid lov'na: men,
Dear laughing little childr-n :i uiir way ty school
WILKINSON IN ROLE
OF CHECK GRAFTER
Out of Twelve Missing Checks
From Company's Book
Cr.e Shows Up.
HE IS AlDtD BY A WOMAN
I.nte it st are to the effect that
C. M. W:!! ;i-oti, who was a defaulter
as maniiL i lor the H. Massey Cigar
rompanv 'he extent of between
$3.ooii a". I , and who left the
city lift en two suns, three weeks
ago, is a -! n at his old tricks In Ark
ansas, an ' that the American Bankers
associat i "M s now taking a hand In
the ehas. tiiat. may soon land him be
hind the Ui s.
The oil. i' is of the R. Massev Cigar
company are reticent about anything
pcrtalnin: to the erstwhile manager
of the ( minany and the company's
bankers are also non-eommital, hut It
is a well established fact that several
checks f r largo amounts from Mr.
Wilkinsn! 's managerial pen have been
cashed ! v banks In Arkansas and
have be n sent hero for collection.
One chicii was for $100 and another
is said to have been for $10. Mr. Wil
kinson Is aided In his work by a
woman, or at least a woman worked
the Arkansas bankers for the $loo
Anotln r proof that the former man
ager of t ie H. Massey Cigar company
is using the company's checks to
graft unsuspecting bank cashiers and
that he intended to when he lett here,
is that a dozen blank checks are miss
ing from the back of the company's
trrsm ni.iTim I r
t I fi i n n t T 111 II TTT i i .
i 4' 4" 4 4 4
IS ALMOST OVER
PUBLIC SCHOOLS WILL OPEN FOR
FALL TERM NEXT TUESDAY
MORNING, AND PROSPECTS IN
DICATE A SUCCESSFUL YEAR.
RELATION OF F.ORtSTS TO
HUMIDITY OF CLIMATE
' San Francisco Chronicle
AGAINST BEEF TKUST
Two movements of great importance have recently
beeu Inaugurated, which are of vital interest to every
raiser and shipper of stock, and to every consumer of
meats in the United States, since the two movements
look to the delivery of stockmen and consumers out of
the rapacious hands of the blood-thirsty packing house
The first movement is the effort by the Interstate
Commerce Commission to put the private car lints out
of business, since these lines have been oue of the chief
instrumentalities by which the packing house vampires
have been able to gorge themselves on the hearts' blood
of stockmen as well as of every consumer of packing
The second movement consists of a conceited action
for the establishment of packing houses to be operated
in rivalry with the existing beef truBt. There are two
buildings almost completed at a cost of $450,000 in the
Block yards district of Chicago, Intended for independent
packing houses. Similar plants will be built In twenty
other cities, including San Francisco, New York, Buffalo,
Michigan and southwestern points. A third plant cost
ing $500,000 will be built also in Chicago immediately.
It is said the railroads have promised the independ
ents help to almost any extent necessary to fight the
trust. There are also in the deal many wholesalers,
great hotels and consumers of meat everywhere. It la
said the ramifications of the movement are enormous.
The new plants are being built exactly like those in the
trust and all by-products will be utilized, as this Is a
source of the greatest revenue to the big packers.
Whether forests have an Important influence upon
climate is an old question which has not yet been satis
factorily settled, says the August bulletin of the Ameri
can Geographical Society. Dr. Hennig gave an address
on the subject before the May meeting In Berlin of the
German Meteorological Society, In which he claimed only
that dense forests favor moisture and prevent the dry
ing out of soils to a considerable extent, and adduced a
number of coincidents where the depletion of the forests
appears to be attended by drier conditions. According
to Consul General Guuther of Frankfort, who has sum
marized the address for the consular reports, Dr. Hennig
said that the climate of Greece, where today only 16 per
cent of the area is covered with forests, has become
drier. An Increase of temperature and decrease of rain
are noted, as compared with ancient times. This Is es
pecially noteworthy In Attica, which was thickly covered
with forests about 3,000 years ago, and where hardly any
rain now falls; while the heat in the open air attains a
degree of Intensity that would make the indulgence ot
athletic soprts, once famous, now almost an impossibil
ity. Similar conditions exist In the peninsula of Sinai,
where thousands of years ago the people of Israel found
a luxuriant and fertilo country, though today it Is a dos
ent. Palmyra, also once a flourishing oasis In the Syrian
desert, presents today only a waste of stones and ruins.
In Mexico, where the Spaniards cut down the forests in
the mountains, droughts changing to devastating floods
are now noticeable, especially in the neighborhood of
the City of Mexico. In Algeria where, since the middle
of the last century, the forests have been cut down on
a large scale, dry weather' has increased; and in Vene
zuela the level of Lake Tacarlgua, to which Alexander
von Humboldt drew attention, has been lowered In con
sequence, it is said, of deforestation.
Practically everything is in readi
ness for the opening of school. The
opening will he on Tuesday, September
and the small boy is already count -;
the lew hours of vacation ho has
eft and how he will enjoy them. The
many pai ens ot the city schools anil
their chil'lpn who have been out of
he city on tl.eir vacation tri ps, have
returned ::nme, as most pi rents reu-
rally like to have their children start
to school n time, and the children
hen'silv-s ilisli'.e to he a few days
1'lie reuilar repair work which has
oon going on at the vaiious schools
luring the summer has been finished.
nd there will bo nothing to delay the
opening. In several of the buildings
some additions have been made to
make room lor the increased enroll
ment and each building has been thor
oughly cleaned and otherwise put in
first class shape.
The city teachers' institute, which
has been in session for the past week
at the high school building will be
brought to a close tomorrow night. The)
regular examination of teachers Is
now In progress, and that there are
till many young women who desire
to become school ma'ams, is evidenced
iy the large number who are taking
Prof. J. E. Clark, the new superin
tendent of the city schools, reports
that the outlook for a successful year
Is very hi Ight.
(No. 71 SC.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
STATE NATIONAL BANK
At Aibuiiuerque, in the Territory of
New Mexico, at the close of business.
August L'5th, 1905.
SELECTIONS MADE FROM
PRESS OF SOUTHWEST
The San Geronlmo celebration at Taos, September
28-October 1, promises to be more Interesting and attrac
tive this year than ever. A daily program has been ar
ranged for Indian games, dances and foot and pony races,
in addition to which the Santa Fe band will be engaged
for the occasion and efforts are now making to secure
the carnival shows from the Territorial fair here. Am
ple arrangements have been made for the accommoda
tion of a large number of people and reduced rates of
transportation have been secured.
Charming Editorial Retreat.
Kditor Shepherd of the Alamogordo .News Is prepar
ing a haven of rest for his old age as is evident from the
W. S. Shepherd is preparing to stock two ponds on
his I .a I.uz canyon ranch with fish. Mr. Shepherd Is
making an Ideal ranch home of his La Luz property, hav
ing planted over 500 selected apple trees, while he now
contemplates putting several hundred prune trees out.
The character of the soil and climate of La Luz canyon
is peculiarly adapted to the growing of fine apples and
other fruits. Mr. Shepherd's fish ponds are supplied
wiih pure spring water and within a few years he will
own one of the most valuable fruit and fish ranches in
New Mexico. Kl Paso Times.
The Roswell Register last week was an issue ot
,i,.i,t.,..n niiiKtmted DageH. containing able and inter
esting special articles on Hoswell and the great 1'ecos
valley. This issue not only is a very creditable demon
stration of the enterprise of the Register, but it will be
of almost incalculable benefit to the city and vailey, the
resources of which are so entertaingly and convincingly
President G. A. Richardson, of the Roswell Commer
cial Club, has appointed the following "beet sugar com
mittee," which will have lu charge the work relative to
getting the beet sugar industry in the Pacos valley start
ed: L. Ii. Tannehi!!, chairman; L. K. McGaffey, K. A.
CahiMin, S. Totzek, J. W, Warren, W. 1'. Turner and J.
A. Graham. " ' -
Three watermelons from Oklahoma, recently exhib
ited at the St Louis fair, weighed 3110 pounds, or an av
erage of 110 pounds each. Jerusalem! what a paradise
that Oklahoma must be for "the brother in black!"
Cuba Is btruggllng along with a surplus of $22.0oo,
000 in the treasury something entirely new In the his
tory of Cuba, and an Impossibility under Spanish rule.
Relief for Fruit Shippers.
Armour is having his grip loosened on the refrigerat
or ear Igisiness, in which he has enjoyed a large monop
oly. Ho has been barred from the Gould lines, which
takes him out of this territory. He put the tariff on these
cars so high last year that the howl of the shippers made
the railroads uneasy. The Gould lines and many other
western lines will either use their own cars, charging
alone for the Icing, or secure some other Hup than Arm
otir's. Grand Junction Sentinel.
Bird That Fouls Its Nest.
William K. Curtis, special correspondent of the Chi
(ago Record Herald, has evidently stirred up a "hornets
nest" by his letters about New Mexico and Albuquerque
He don't see things through the blurred glasses of Albu
qucrqueatiB or the jaundiced eyes of Hon. H. S. Rodey
hence the hue and cry of these rabid Joint statehoodites
Mr. Curtis must have touched a tender tpot. White
Branching Out In Business.
The Punlavy Mercantile company has outgrown it
present quarters and to accommodate the trade and car
ry a larger stock, they will erect a large wareroom near
(he tracks and will put In a general line of hardware and
farming Implements. A. If. Harnett will associate him
el fwith the company In ihls undertaking and as soon
as the building Is completed the stock will be put in
place. Kstancla News. x
nroclaim your up to-
Don't be one of the
Select a Fall Suit that wl
(lateness -and do it now.
lagbehlnds. Conic out in new clothes In time to
wear the late styles before every other man ap
peared In a new Suit.
THE FALL KINKS
Longer coats wider collars and lapels more
fullness than ever in the chest trousers fuller
In the knees and front and less go on the side -vests
cut slightly lower.
About the fabrics. The richest and most gen
tlemanly patterns that have yet appeared in the
Casslmeres, worsteds, Scotch cheviots, etc., etc.
These woolens come In plain colors, neat over-pla-lds
and modest broken stripes.
You'll certainly be greatly surprised to learu
what $15.00, $18.00, $20.00 and $25.00 will do for
you here in buying a handsome, well cut and well
tailored Fall Suit
We're loaded with Fall Newness.
F I X K C Li O T II I X a
We - j
OUR COAL. YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladdM
your heart and warm your hooM
when Its cold. Fill your bins tec
next winter now and avoid the rath.
American Block coal, the best GaUa
mined. Cerrillos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coaj
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Qrn
Mill wood, $2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lima.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 4&
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, at prices that are fair and
square, and we are now making
Special Prices j
On the Following
$12 Refrigerators $9
$3.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves. .. .$6.75
$8 China Tea Sets $6
40c China Salad Bowls 25s
Decorated Haviland China, a't 20
per cent discount. '
75c Glass Berry Sets 25c
35c Glass Water Pitchers 20c
$1.75 Decorated Lamps $1.25
$4.50 Decorated Lamps $3.25
$1 Steam Cereal Cookers 65c
50c Steam Egg Poachers 40c
$12.50 Buggy Harness $10.50
FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE.
W e Hereby Agree
To furnish you a better tooth powder than you ever used. Buy a 25
cent bottle of our ANTISEPTIC TOOTH POWDER and if you don't
find It the best dentifrice you ever used, if it doesn't please you per
fectly, let us know and get your money back. No argument, no mis
understanding, no unpleasantness; your money back and no questions
asked if you are not suited.
M. BRSGGS & GO.,
PROPS. ALVARADO PHARMACY
lit STREET and COLO AVE.
oans and Discounts $2i;2,SSS.'jS
Overdrafts, secured and
U. S. bonds to secure circu
remiunis on U. S. bonds.. 5,0tiS.75
Hanking house, furniture
Due from National hanks
(not reserve agents) ....
Due from State banks and
Due from approved reserve
Checks and other cash
Notes of other National
Fractional paper currency,
nickels and cents
Lawful money reserve in
Redemption fund with U.
S. treasurer t5 per cent
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry work? Try it and see how
-durable it is. Notice how long it keeps its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial Latrndsy Co
FAIRVIEW AND SANTA BAR
THE PEOPLE TRADE WITH
TH10 I'AM'N JmOKK
Bacmuso He Is
The Man You Can Trust
Bargains in unredeemed diamonds. .The largest
tablishment In the southwest.
pawnbroker's es- 5
118 RAILROAD AVENUE
Next to St. Elmo
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln".
Ey the Albuquerque Transfer Men
Capita! stock paid in $100,ono.(iii
I'ndivided profits, less ex
penses and taxes paid .. 9.731.."0
National bank, notes out
Due to other National
banks 1,184.75 '
Due to state banks and
Due to approved reserve
agents 1,231.02 i
Individual deposits subject
to cluck 1,231.02
Demand certificates of de
posit M4.47 I 4'i
Certified checks 2.iisr,.uii
Cashier's checks outstand
John W. Abbott, Prop.
Only thm Bet
Meats, Butter and Eggs
109 North Second St.
Large new stock just in.
Everybody welcome to look throuah
our large three-floor repository.
Pleasure is yours when
you have one of our
...VEHICLES AND HARNESS
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER.
J. KORBER & GO
ini & Eakin
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND CIGAR
Exclusive Airents for Yel'owsions
and O. F. C. Whiskies, Moet & Chandon W hite Seal Champagne, St. Louis A.
H C. Bohemian and Jos. Schlitz Milwaukee Hottled Heers, and owners and
distributors of the Alvarado Whiskey. Writ Tor our illustrated catalogue and
price list. Automatic Telephone 199. Salesroom Hi South First -itree.
Alliuqueraue New Mexico.
Territory of New Mexico, County of
I, J. It. Herndon, cashier of the
above named bank, do solemnly swear
that tl.e above statement Is true to
the heM of my knowledge and belief.
J. H. IllCUNDON', Cashier.
Correct Attest :
0. X. MAUKON,
1. A. DYR,
jay a. liunns,
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 31st dav of August, 1005.
W. N. Mehl'GlN, Notary l'ublic.
Ilase ball at Traction park Sunday
and .Monday. Santa Ke Centrals vs.
the Mcintosh Urowns. (lame will be
called at 3:30 o'clock.
"I had a running, Itching sore on
my leg. Suffered tortures. Doan's
Ointment took away the burning and
itching instantly and quickly effected
permanent cure." C. W. Lenhart,,
Howling Green. Ohio.
APPLY TO MRS. HEALD, 805
EAST GRAND AVENUE., COLORADO
PHONE 62, (3 rings), FOR PRIVATE
INSTRUCTIONS IN SPANISH, ENG
LISH, LATIN AND FRENCH.
We are now open for business, with
a new and second-hand line of furni
ture, at 114 South Fourth street, In
the Gleckler building.
IRVAN & HAYGOOD.
SUN. SEPTEMBER 23.
September 1 "Old Maid's Conven
tion." at Colombo hall.
September 8 and 4 The Mcintosh
Crowns vs. Santa Ke Centrals, at Trac
September 5 School begins, the
day after I.abor day.
September 8 The Bruno DIeckman
September 18 to 23 Twenty-fifth
September 30 "Roinona," at the
Elks' opera house.
FOR MOVING THE SICK OR IN
JURED. Prompt Service Day or Night.
0. W. STRONG'S SONS,
Colo. Phone, 7C Automatic, 147.
M. Gussaioff succeeds the firm of
H. Massey & Co., this Wednesday,
August 30. He will collect all out
standing accounts due the undersign
ed firm. R. MASSUY & CO.
A social will be given by the Inter
mediate Christian Endeavor, at the
Commercial club, September 1. Ice
cream and cake, 15 cents.
BoardIng Horses a Specialty
Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, Sn4
All Kinds of Fresh Meat.
No. $00 North Broadway.
Comer Waaningtoo Avenue.
Albuquerque, New Me tie.