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ALHUQUEKOUi: KYriNING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
By The Citizen Publishing Company
Published Dally and Weekly
W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT
President Puslness Manager
WHERE MANY ANA REIGNS
IN IDOLENT EASE
The Businf a Philosopher
SOME VERY TRU WORDS
Thomas Lawson said In Iho New York Stockholder
of Sept. 12: Formerly, when the country was prosper
ous and crops good, llu "System" "rigged" the market;
its big Insurance companies' fund. wire used to Imy
tocks and bonds at the top, and the peoples saving
In the bnnks were loaned to a prosperous people to en
able them to buy the System's" stocks on margin. Then
the "System" pulled the pes and the people were
Result. : America Is dotted with hundreds of 10, ft
and 100-tlme millionaires who come up with the mush
rooms, and solidly packed with millions of people who
fcavo nothing to show- for their successful labors but
their clothes, bed mid board.
Hence, "Prosperity" and "Hig Crops' meant wildly
inflated stock n a. kets.
This Is all changed. Prosperity" and "Biff Crops'
now mean sharper watching of the Insurance companies,
closer hugging f their funds by country banks, a more
Insistent demand by labor for shorter hours and higher
-wages, more stringent laws against the "System," and
no public around the "System's" hooks.
I tay, without fear of contradiction by the histor
ian: The day has gone, never to return, when the cry
"Prosperity and Rig Crops" will mean wildly inflated
stock markets. The American people have been edu
An illustration: Wall street has just proclaimed by
a rise in its stock from 36 to 125 that the Reading Coal
road Is prosperous, and the fearless, brainy Mitchell
and his labor armies demand "Our share, or strike!"
Eighteen million children of this country are now at
tending the public schools five days of evepy week. In
the city the pupil multitudes go to the great brick build
ings, where the latest furniture, aparatus, libraries and
free'books are supplied. Out In the country the children
throng the rural highways. Tlx y go to little woodon
buildings, topped by the starry flag, where the desks are
crude, and where apart from the school loom t'.ere is
one little vestibule in which the children hang their hats
and coats. In city or in country, these buildings are
brain factories. And into these factories go the bit?- self
conscious boy and the giggling girl and all the pattering
little ones of both sexes. And out of those factories must
come the manhood and womanhood to support our nation
in honor, honesty and happiness. On the master work
men in these factories, the teachers, rests responsibil
ity incalculable In its magnitude.
THE MAN HIMSELF
H. W. Campbell, of Lincoln, Nebraska, who is be
coming well known for his successful experiments in
Taisiug fine crops in the dryest seasons of the last four
four years, when all crops around his experiment tracts
were nearly or quite total failures, was one of the speak
ers at the recent fair at Dalhart, Texas.
It was the good fortune of the editor of the Clay
ton, New Mexico, Enterprise to form the acquaintance
of Mr. Campbell on the train, and the editor was in
formed by the agriculturalist that when the soil is care
fully prepared, according to his system, a good crop is
certain, even in the dryest seasons. Mr. Campbell is
backing his judgment with his money, as the same editor
was informed by a creditable party, that Mr. Campbell
has purchased of the X I T company an option for from
three to five years on a large body of land near Farwell
Park, and is having a hundred acres prepared under
his supervision for next year.
The Enterrriso tJ'iiko Mr. Campbell's methods
have passed beyond thd experimental s'age, and have
become an assired success, and thev arj destined to
redeem the great semi-arid plains fr:m th-j condition
of supporting a fe wherds, to the state of furnishing
beautiful homes for thousands of people.
Mr. Campbell's book, entitled "Soil Culture," should
be diligently studied by evry mat: who laterds to cul
tivate as much as five acre. It caa be had for 50 cents
by addressing If. W. Campbell, S.N South Twentieth
street, Lincoln, Nebraska. 1
My Friend, have you heard of the town of Yawn,
On the banks of the KUer Slow,
Where blooms the Wnitawhlle flower fair,
And the Some-time-or-ol tier scents the air,
And the Soft (So Kasys grow?
It lies in the Valley of What'sthenso,
In the province of I.et-her-sllde;
That obi "tired feeling" is native- there
It's the home of the listless I don't care
Where the Put-Molt abide.
The Put-it-offs smile when asked to pay up,
And they say "We'll do it tomorrow;"
And so they delay from day unto day,
'Till death sidles and st als them away,
And the creditors beg, steal or borrow.
ISLAND OF THE PACIFIC
Gold Is being shipped from London to this country,
ay Henry Clews.
The two largest communities In Apache county, Ari
zona, have not registered a single vote against joint
FIGHT ON PACKERS
State Commissioner Warren of Pennsylvania has
discovered that adulterated sausage is being furnished
by members of the Chicago packing combine to the em
ployes and enlisted men at the League Island navy yard.
Mr. Warren says:
"The fight Is on In earnebt. Having obtained the
cooperation of President Roosevelt, the federal authori
ties through President Roosevelt, I will punish to the
limit every concern that uses preservatives in fresh
meats. This means another war on the beef trust, and
a war that will have President Roosevelt as its com
mander. The navy yard on League Island Is not the
only government station where the men are being served
with poisoned meats. In every station where trust meatB
are served the same condition exists." Pennsylvania
laws are very severe on sellers of impure food.
The St. Johns Herald, Arizona, asks and answers the
following question concerning joint statehood between
Arizona and New Mexico: "Would there be grave dan
gers in adjusting Arizona's school Interests? Oh, my!
wouldn't there be lots of dangers! With five million dol
lars from Uncle Sam in the public school fund and one
million acres of school land additional to every 16th and
36th section, which may be leased nr sold th,.pUM ,.
be a cent of school tax to pay by the people of the two
preneui. territories, wno now pay, in the different coun
ties, from 50 cents to 75 cents on each $100 of propjny
Uiey own: that would be something Inst ten-it. ) t r..pn.
riom a ousiness point or view, it would be a line
thing for every boy and girl In the public schools of this
territory to be learning to use Spanish language now, or
even if we should remain a single state, or a territory
Saghalien covers an area of over 29,000 square.
A peculiarity of the island is Its mountainous aspect.
the elevations extending to the verv sea. The western
coast presents the appearance of a steep wall.
In the central part snow occasionally falls seven
Almost the entire country Is covered with forests.
Alexandrovsk. or Dui. Rykovskole. Korsakov and
Muravievskl are the principal settlements.
Oerrit de Pries, the Dutch navigator, first told
Europe about Saghalien,
Russia and Japan had Joint possession of Saghalien
down to 1875, when in return for the Kurile archim-lago.
Japan ceded all her rights.
Russia colonized Saghalien to make it a nenal set
In Russia It is known as the "Island of Desnair."
Convicts term it the "Island of Sea-girt Misery."
lhe Japanese call the Island Kahafuto.
The reason that Japan went after Sairhnllen hotfoot
was because they had discovered that thn Island con
tained almost inexhaustible mineral wealth.
Its coal supply Is enormous, and the nualitv of the
fuel mnch better than any found in Japan. One mountain
chain has layers of coal so. thick that you might say
the mountains are all coal.
Russia overlooked the mineral riches nf iha Island
and up to the outbreak of the war its warships obtained
coal from Japan.
Iron ore also exists in abundance.
The naptha fields on tho river Nutovo are of enor
mous value "transcending in every respect" as Plat
anoff. the Russian engineer stated "those of Baku."
The waters around Saghalien are noted for their
abundance of fish. No less than 208,028 tons of fish are
brought into Japan from Saghalien every year.
Despite the Island's riches the Russian colony has
never been self-supporting.
The population is about 25,000, including aborigines.
The climate Is severe, but grass grows and grazing
in the south Is excellent.
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the ceremony being
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WATER SOLVED THE
PROBLEM AT JICARILLA.
Speaking of the Jicarilla camp In
Lincoln enmity, the Capltan News
says that ti e water question was a
great bugaioo there until tho Ameri
can Placer company produced a fine
well of wV't; then came the Free
Gold company, with two wells, and
later the Wisconsin Milling and
Smelting company struck water on
the Zulu ilaim at a depth of forty
five feet, and il rilled 200 feet, and the
water has now risen to within twenty
feet of the surface. Insuring them an
abundance of water for their well. The
plant con.-ists of a Sampson crusher,
an Elspa-s mill. Pierce amalgamator,
an lsbell classifier and two new stand
ard concentrators. The power Is
furnished by a Scotch type, (10-horse
power boiler and a 35-horse power
slide valve engine. The mill is pre
pared to handle the ores of the camp
both free-milling and concentrating,
and will lie added to from time to
time, as the camp develops.
BELL BUILDS BUSINESS
BLOCKS IN SILVER CITY.
THE last thing m the World a Man Should think of buying is
"Cheap Underwear. We sell no Underwear that we can not
guarantee. We have many excellent lines, Fleeced Lined,
-.- Natural Wool, Merino Cam el's Hair, Pure Soft Wool, Lambs
Wool, etc. , etc. Underwear at 50c, $ 1 .00, $2.00 up to $4 00 garment
See the great line of Popular priced Underwear we are selling It's
the best value in the land for the money. Ask to see what interests
you, and you'll soon discover that this is the Store for Men's Under
wear and Men's Furnishings of all sorts.
Agent for Dr. Jaegers Sanitary Woolen Underwear Co.
FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
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SOME STORIES WISE
AND SOME OTHERWISE
The Book Wanted.
Little Clarence returned from a visit to a New York
cousin with a Blang vocabulary that proved very dis
tressing to his father, a village vlergyman. Soon after
he was sent to the library for a certain book. On the
way the title slipped his mind, but not until it had
created an association of ideas.
"Pop wants a book on rubberneckin'," Clarence an
nounced. "The Rev. Mr. X wants a book on rubbernecking?"
gasped the librarian. "What is the title, Clarence?"
"I forget," said Clarence, "but It's about rubber
neckin'," he Insisted.
He was sent home for more specific Information
and returned with a slip of paper on which was written:
The Durango Herald says that the rule to bar giH.s
from murder trials in New York, growing out of the
large attendance of morbid young females at such events,
may be wise as a necessity forced by the yellow journal
ism which New York has so greatly encouraged.
A recent Chicago telegram says that an organization
has been formed there to fight the age limit of forty
five years used against worklngmen. It will try to stop
age being a ban, irrespective of other qualifications. The
Anti-Ape Limit league will welcome to membership all
workmen more than forty-five years old. or oth.-r per
sons Interested in abolishing the ban. It Is planned to
ask congress to act in some manner to relieve and re
store tho rights of older citizes. "Of all the obstructions
to a man s right to earn a living, the ban placed upon
labor by the forty five year age limit Is the most cruel,
omoxious and absurd," bays tho appeal issued bv the
It Is adniitter that instead of $10,000,000 the assessed
tax valuation of New Mexico would be low at $3u0,0uo,.
000. The former amount must be taxed at 6 per cent to
reallzo $2,400.no0. Put to realize tho same amount' on
the larger and truer sum would require a tax levy of
only 5 of 1 per cent., or eight mills. Which would be
better, every way? To lower the rate and increase the
valuation, or to keep the low valuation and the high
rate, which fccareg away Investments of foreign capital?
Work of Newspaper Men.
Mark Twain once said that his daily output ot
writing when he works, is eighteen hundred words a
day. That Is about the average day's work of the news
paper writer on a large dally paper, day In and day out,
seven days a week. In the course of a year this amounts
to six hundred and fifty-sevea thousand words. The
ordinary novel contains about one hundred thousand
words. The newspaper man writes enough to make a
novel of the best selling type every two months, with
plenty loft over at the tnd of the year to make another
book of respectable size. Let us buppose that he works
at the business forty years, he has written twenty-six
million two hundred and eighty thousand words, or
two hundred and forty books. Not even K. D. E. N.
Southworth could beat that, and yet there are some who
Imagine that Journalism Is an easy Job. Exchange.
A remarkable weeding took place at Penzance re
cently, the contracting parties being Francis Russell
Vincent, a hale widower of eighty-six years, and Annie
Harvey, a healthy and active widow of ninety-six. says
the Uindon Mail. Roth bride and bridegroom had' been
married twice previously. Vincent is a pensioner from
the Bristol gas works, where he was employed forty
seven years. They were accompanied by a daughter
and granddaughter of tho bridegroom, and after the ser
vice the registrar said he could not wish them long life
and happiness, because thev had had that nlrnndv lint
be wished them happiness as long as they did live. To
a visitor the old gentlemean remarked that his wife
wanted a man of beauty with plenty of money, and she
had got both. Exchange.
How Meerschaum la Mined.
"Meerschaum Is mined like coal," said a pipe dealer.
"If Is a soft, soaplike stone, and in Asia Minor its min
ing is an important Industry.
"The crude meerschaum Is called hamtash It is
yellowish white in color, ami a fed clay coat or skin en
velops it. The blocks cost from $25 to $200 a cartload.
They nre soft enough to cut with a knife.
"These blocks in summer are dried bv exposure to
the sun, in winter a heated room is necessary.
"Finally the meerschaum blocks are sorted into
twelve grades, wrapped In cotton ami packed In cases
with the greatest care.
"The bulk of this meerschaum goes to Vienna.
There the best pipe makers In the world live "-Exchange.
A Lonely Wedding.
Blind Leading Blind.
A Scotch minister and his friend, who were coming
home from a wedding. h-unn to Consider the state Into
which their potations at the wedding feast had left them
"Sandy," said the minister, "Just stop a minute here
till I go ahead. Maybe I don't walk very steady, and the
good wife might remark something not just right."
He walked ahead of his friend for a short distance,
and then asked:
"How is It? Am I walking straight?"
"O. ay." returned Sandy, thickly! "ye're a' recht
but who's that who's with you?" Harper's Weekly.
The substantial building loora thnt
hag been in progress all the year In
this city is to lie further augmented by
the erect ion of a business block by
George II. Hell, on the lots recently
purchased by him from Mesdames
Stern anil Ilfeld, of Las Vegas.
The new building will be of brick,
one stoty high and 100x100 feet In
dimensions, fronting on Rroadway.
The sheet iron buildings now located
on the premises will be moved upon
that portion of the block formerly oc
cupied by the Mawson blacksmith
shop, and fronted to the west on Ari
zona street. They will continue to be
occupied hy the Silver City Mercan
tile company and the Enterprise Pub
lishing company. The small building
at present used by Pat Cart oil as a
shoe shop will be permanently re
moved. The building of this and the Burn
side block on Broadway, just across
Arizona street, together with the Cox
building, also on Broadway, now near-
Ing completion, permanently locates
seven business houses In this portion
of the town, and would Indicate at
once that Broadway Is to be the main
business street of the city, says the
A Great Furniture Slaughter Sale
In order to quit business we are selling out our entire 6'ock of new and second hand furniture and house
Call and See the Goods - Sale is Now On - Goods Must be Sold by Sept. 28th
114 SOUTH FOURTH ST.
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OF LA PLATA VALLEY.
One of the most Interesting sights
in San Juan valley, says the Farm
ington Enterprise, is the La Plata
valley, with its wide mesas of fertile
and level lands stretching back from
the center of the valley to the moun
tains to the north and west In long,
wide tteps like a stairway, but a stair
way in which each regularly outlined
step is a mile wide and several miles
long and from fifty to 100 feet above
the st,ep below. Picture this immense I
Hlnlvav nf fow ctpna In vnnr mind 1
and then imagine It covered with
beautiful blendlngs of yellow grain,
green fields and purple blooming al
falfa. Imagine here and there, an
elevated spot of darker green an
orchard, and across It all and around
each separate patch of color a long,
dark line of shade trees, standing sen
tinels not of war and want, but of
peace and plenty extending an invi
tation to the wanderer to rest within
the realm of their soothing shade, and
you begin to have an Idea of the
beauty of one of the productive val
leys of San Juan.
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
BAIN AND OLD HICKORY WAGON& 2
"THERE'S A REASON.
That's All Right, But What Is It.
A lady teacher In South Dakota
"I was compelled to give up teach
ing for nearly four years because of
what the physicians called "nervous
dyspepsia." Nor was 1 of any use in
the household economy. I was In many
respects a wreck.
"I had numerous physicians, one
after another, and took many differ
ent kinds of medicines, but they did
me no good.
"Fiually, five years ago, I began to
use Orape-Nuts food. I grew stronger
in a very short time on the new diet,
and was soon able to resume and am
still teaching. I no longer use drugs
of any kind, my dyspepHla has disap
peared and I am a hearty woman
thanks to Grape-Nuts." Name given
hy Postum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason. Brain work and
worry take strength from the stomach
and bowels. They become too weak
to handle tho fried meat, eggs, bacon,
coffee and white bread, so partly di
gested they decay and cause all sorts
of trouble, which will become chronic
if continued. Then the nerves and
brain grow weary, for they are de
prived of the rebuilding elements the
food must furnish to replace the soft,
gray filling of nerve centers and brain,
which is partly used up each day.
Now comes the mission of Grape
Nuts to supply the "Reason. " Made In
a peculiar and scientific way of the
seleeted parts of wheat and barley,
this favorite food contains na'tural
phosphate of potash, with ailmmen,
which combines with water in the
body, and makes that pny matter
quickly and surely. Then when nerves
and brain feel the power of new made
and properly made cells, the strength
returns to stomich fa well as to
otht r patts. "There's a reason." Any
one (an prove It.
S.-e the little book, "The Ro;U
Wt llviile," In each pkg.
CAUSE OF HAY FEVER
Hyomel the Only Cure Gives Change
of Climate In Your Own Home.
The direct causes appear to be
heat, dust and the pollen of flowers,
and the only treatment that physi
cians recommended prior to the dis
covery of Hyomel, was a change of
Now by using Hyomel you can
save an expensive trip to the moun
tains, and escape weeks of suffering.
Tills remarkable treatment kills the
germs of the disease and soothes and
heals tho irritated mucous mem
brane. The complete Hyomel outfit costs
but 1, extra bottles CO cents, and
consists of a neat pocket Inhaler,
through which Hyomel is breathed
and which will last a life time, a
medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy
omel. J. H. o Rielly & Co. offer to re
fund the money If Hyomel does not
lo nil that is claimed for it.
O. F. PL ATT,
The real cleaner and dyer. La
dles' and gentlemen's fine
clothes a specialty. Portieres,
lace curtains, etc. 509 Hen
drix avenue. Old 'phone, Red,
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and
SPRING WAGONS, HAR
NESS and SADDLES, at
MONEY SAVING PRICES.
Everybody welcome to look
through our thre-floor repository.
J. KORBER & CO.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
, Corner 1st St. & Copper Ave.
0. W. Strong's Sons
UNDER TA KERS
Santa Barbara Cemeteries.
201-211 N. Second St., Both Phones.
HIS MOTHER'S BREAD
SO LIGHT AND
there is a knack
in mnkino- If. ? BtS
But don't forget
the kind of
Stove or Range
used makes a
His mother used
a Charter Oak.
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
BORRADAILE 8c CO.. H? Cold Ave.
You must have a peculiar
tea taste if no-one of the five
Schilling's Best is right for
you; and coffee four.
Your grocer's; money back.
YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT
THE RIO GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK, EXCEPT
ING THURSDAY. EVERY PERSON
DOING SO WILL BE REPAID BY
BEING ABLE TO TAKE AWAY
WITH THEM A PERFECTLY TAIL
ORED SKIRT AT COST. RIO
GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS CO.
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think, he has got off
cheap, who, after having contracted
constipation or Indigestion is still able
to perfectly restore his health. Noth
ing will do this but Dr. King's New
Life Pills. A quick, pleasant and cer
tain cure for headache, constipation,
etc., 25c at ail drucglsts: guaranteed.
You can get at E. Maharam's, West
Railroad Ave., corner of Fourteenth, a
stylish, up to date ladles' or misses'
bat for 2, worth 14, $5, $6 and $7;
al.so a ladies' suit of silk mohair or
broadcloth, for 110.50, worth $20, $25
and $30. Come and convince yourself.
YOU ARE INVITED TO VISIT
THE RIO GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS
EVERY DAY THIS WEEK, EXCEPT
ING THURSDAY. EVERY PERSON
DOING SO WILL BE REPAID BY
BEING ABLE TO TAKE AWAY
WITH THEM A PERFECTLY TAIL
ORED SKIRT AT COST. RIO
GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS CO.
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
When indigestion becomes chronic
It 19 dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will cure Indigestion, and all trouble
resulting therefrom, thus preventing
catarrh of the stomach. Dr. New
hrough, of League. W. Va., says: "To
those suffering from indigestion pr
sour stomach I would say that there
Is no better remedy than Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. I have prescribed it for
a number of patients with good suc
cess." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and makes the stomach
sweet. So'.d by all druggists.
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, at price that are fair and
square, and we are now making
On the Following
$12 Refrigerators $9
$8.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves. .. .$6.75
$8 China Tea Sets $6
40c China Salad Bowls 25c
Decorated Haviland China, at 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 $10.30
FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE.
Groceries, Flour, Hay
Grain and the Best
IMPORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY
Call at 621 West Tijeras Road.
Auto, 'phone, 109. Oil 'phone, 276.
Owing to the Montezuma ball on
Friday night, September 22, the La
dies of the Maccabees will give their
dance on Thursday night, September
THE DUKE CITY
Teaand Coffee Co
lis West" Silver Ave.,
A Complete Stock High-Grade
Teas. CoTees, Extracts
Sploes and Haklng Powders.
BUTTER mnd EGGS
We handle our own brands
of Putter and can guaran
tee the freshness and good
quality. All our highest
grade of goods bear our own
label and are guaranteed by
Colo. Phono Black 78
8. T. VANN, O. D.
President of New Mexico Board of
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight,
headache and nervous strain. '
Office Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments made at Vann's drug
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Fresh Meat
300 North iiroadway. Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M
American cooking; also all Mexi
can dishes a specialty. Short orders.
Meals served at all hours. Old Town)
south of court house.
For Moving the Sick
Prompt Serlve Day
O. W. STRONG'S SONS
Colo. Phone, "5. Automatic, 147
Don't delay a minute. Cholera in
fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea come
suddenly. Only safe plan is to have
Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild Straw,
berry always on hand.
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