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ALiiUQui:iouK i:v i;nino citizen.
MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1905.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
By The Citizen Publishing Company
Published Dally and Weekly
W. 8. 9TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT
President Husineas Manager
OUR ROADS SAFER
Statistics inst litllilislu-il hv the itrilish beard
trade explode lli theory
on American lliau on
that there are more accidents
llrltisb nil, ways. It appeals "ml
the figures that American railway travel is safer
i.orthm than railway travel in the Hritlsh Isles
Jur to the i t port for 1HU 137 passengei s, 4 43 railroad em
ployes ami 57J other persons, a total of 1.15S pi rsons,
wcro Killed and IS.M'2 injured in railway accidents in
tiieat ltriiain. Dunns the same time 4 11 passengers,
3.U.13 einp.oyes and 5.!7;: other persons, a total of 1".047,
were killed, and 81.155 injured hy railroad accidents in
the I'nited Slates.
The total mileage of the lintish railway la 22,omi
miles, while that of the Aineriean railways is 213.004
miles. Tiie American mileage is nine and oue-ha.f that
of drcat llritain, whilo the total of Aineriean railway fa
talities is less than nine times the Engdsh total. The to
tal of injured on American railways is less than four and
one-half times the Knglisli total. In addition to that it
must he considered that the passenger and freight mile
age on American railways is far greater than that on
ltritlsh railways and that the amount of business done
In this country and the speed of the trains is also far
greater than the business and speed in Great llritain.
WRONG SIDE OF THE BED
PRODUCES FOIL WEATHER
The revelations of the enormities in the way of high
finance, as practiced by the officials of several lire insur
ance companies, have certainly overwhelmed the Ameri
can people wiih a sense of astonisllinent, indignation and
' shame. In some cases there seems to have been use of
the people's minify to make immense goins for officials. In
other cases to make gains for syndicates ami corporations
in which the officials were financially interested, in yet
( other cases the laws of the land were grossly violated,
and In all cases the ptople's money was recklessly used
in wildcat speculations. Hut publicity wid certainly re
sult in amendment; and in the future such frenzied fin
ance on the part of directors, officials and managements.
' will be impossible. There is, therefor, no reason why
those having life insurance policies should adow them to
lapBe or those who had been contemplating the taking
out of insurance should not do so. There is no indica
tion that every policy so far Is not worth every cent it
calls for. But all the world can see that the people are
being charged from a half to two-thirds more than life
insurance can be carried for.
There Is no doubt about it; we all know it right away,
ll won't be a pleasant day.
We can tell it by his footsteps as he moves uliout the
It w ill be a day of gloom.
We can hear some exclamations
That are elarly Indications
He has got out fionj the left side 'twas the wrong side,
Of the right side of the bed.
The bathroom door has opened, and in angry tones he
It Is one of father's spells.
Some one's misplaced the towtls those upon the rack
How the poor man is abused!
He now proceeds to wonder
What the nation! Why in thunder!
Who the dickens touched his razors! He Is surely rais
It's the wrong side of the bed.
He Is coming down to breakfast, and the coffee will be
And the eggs confound 'em! old!
The toast he'll find is sinful and the cakes unfit for
In his present surly mood.
He is as Johnny whispers, though his lips are white
A bear with a sore ear.
The family all tremble, and they've really cause for
It's the wrong side of the bed.
HOW DRINK ALWAYS SPOILS
THE LIFE OF ANY GIRL
By Beatrice Fairfax
NEW MEXICO'S NEED
The Durango Herald of a recent date said: "Wash
Patrick, superintendent of the Durango hatchery, went to
I'agosa this morning with Hti.(inu fish to slock the
streams of that country. Tne Durango, Kmerald and
Porter hatcheries have turned out two or three million
fish for slocking other streams this season.''
The Telluridt Kexaminer said a day or two since:
"Fish Commissioner S. E. Land arrived in town Wednes
day night with hevoral hundred thousand trout fry, to be
distributed over hts district. He left about H'.ihiO with
'Hilly' Se.by, who. Thursday morning, deosited them In
Peep creek, near the head waters. Mr. Land left 50,000
at Ridgway, which were afterwards placed in Cow creek,
a few miltis below Dallas. The fish came from the Du
rango hatchery and are a hardy species, well adapted to
our mountain streams."
An effort was made a few years ago to have the leg
islature establish a territorial fishery. The expense would
nave been insignificant, and by this time hundreds of
thousands of fry would be ready for distribution to the
streams of New Mexico. It is much to be desired that
the next legislature may prove itself wiser than was its
predecessor of some' years ago.
Private capital, it is said, is about to transform an
other section of Colorado into a garden. V. C. Johnson
president of the Fountain Valley Land & Improvement
company has signed a contract for the creation of a
string of reservoirs in Fountain Valley. The total sum
involved is $1 80.000. The combined capacity of the res
ervoirs will be 9o0,oo0,oo0 cabic feet and the total acre
age to be irrigated will be nearly 20,000. The reservoirs
are located about eight miles south of Colorado Springs.
The water will be applied on land about twenty miles be'
low the Springs. Thus Fountain Valley will be converted
into a garden land.
A young girl writes that her friendship with a man
has been broken because he met her one day when she
had been drinking.
"I don t know what I said to him," she says, "but I COURT OCCUPIED TODAY
wnaiever it. was it onenueu mm, lor he has not spoken
Angelo De Tuilio Dragged
Thirty Feet by Switch En
gine Hill Recover.
ACCIDENT OCCURRED AT CROSSING
Angolo De T.il!:". a well known con
tractor of tl .s city, narrowly escaped
being grout: I " death under the
wheels of a Santa Fe switch engine
yesterday in"niiiig about 0:30 o'clock
at the Tijeri- awiiue crossing.
De Tuilio and two companions, Le
andro Dloni-io and D. S. Hueklin,
werp driving to the homo of De Tul.io
on North A rii' street. In crossing the
tracks on Tljeras avenue, the men In
the buggy failed to see a rapidly np
proachlng switch engine and before
they could get clear of the track the
engine struck the buggy In which they
were riding with great force.
The horse, buggy and men, with the
exception of Mr. De Tuilio, were
thrown clear of the track. De Tuilio
was not bo fortunate. He fell on the
running board of the engino and his
clothes became entangled in a sliver
on the board, which probably saved
his life, as it kept him from falling
beneath the wheels of the engine and
being ground to death. As it was he
was dragged a distance of thirty or
forty feet before the engine could be
brought to a stop.
The shock of the collision and the
distance Dp Tuilio was dragged bruis
ed him considerably, but beyond this
he sustained no other serious Injuries.
He was removed to his home, where
he Is under the care of Dr. E. Osuna.
who reports him considerably improv
ed this afternoon, with the chances in
favor of his speedy recovery.
The other two occupants of the rig
were not injured beyond a severe
shaking up. The rig was only slight
ly damaged, the shafts being broken
off. The horse also escaped without a
The completed school census of the Las Cruces
echool precinct gives a total of fifteen hundred children
of school age. On this basis and following the govern
ment method of computing population there is a popula
tion of 7,200 In tbia school district alone. The district is
about two miles square or covers about four Bquare miles.
With Biieh a population, so compactly assembled, and hav
ing so large a number of pupils, that precinct should be
come an independent school district, thereby greatly In
creasing the efficiency of the school system for the en
Last Sunday a week ago a Mexican chased a snake
under the powder house which was located near the
railroad east of the Chama bridge. He remarked to his
companion that he thought he could kill the snake by
shooting through the powder house. He did, but be also
was borne to that country from whence no traveler re
turns. The shot exploded about e'10 pounds of giant
powder and his body was fearfully mangled. His com
panion was only al.out twenty-five feet away, but be will
recover. I'agosa Springs News.
to me since."
Isn't that dreadful, girls, to think of a young girl be
ing In such a condition that she absolutely did not know
what she was saying?
Of course the man was horrified; any man who am
ounts to anything would be.
Suppose he had contemplated asking that girl to
marry him, could you blame him for changing his mind?
No one an in a hundred cares to see a girl in whom
he feels any interest drink intoxicants.
Men know that women cannot drink and not show
the effects very unpleasantly.
There is no Bight more deplorable than an intoxicat
Every shred of refinement disappears.
There is nothing but vacancy left.
It is horrible to think of a young girl with lack lus
ter eyes, flushed face and thick speech.
You all feel that you are perfectly safe in taking
a little drink.
Thai is natural; most peopie feel that way.
But drink Is a very insidious foe and no one is ab
solutely safe from its clutches.
The only way to be safe is never to touch it.
Don't get into the way of taking a little for every ail
ment. Hot water is just as good a remedy as whiskey.
And when you are out with your friends stick to the
When a man urges you to drink it is time for you to
drop his acquaintance.
Never laugh at a man who has been drinking.
There is nothing funny in such a situation, and if he
sees that you find him amusing he will go on drinking.
Never marry a man to reform him. You won't help
him and will only ruin your own life.
And If he reforms of his own accord and because he
hopes to win you, be very sure that the reformation is
genuine before you bestow your love upon him.
Little sisters, 1 want you all to be happy and to have
happy homes of your own.
The most important advice I can give you is to keep
away from drink yourselves and to keep away from men
On one side there Is drink and all its accompanying
woes, on the other youth, health, looks and happiness.
hich do you choose?
NO DECISION YET IN COUNTY
CASES TERRITORIAL GRAND
JURY STILL GRINDING AWAY.
The time of the district court was
taken up today with the empanelment
of the jury to hear the cases on the
t inted Stat' s side ot the court. It
is expected that the jury will be or
ganized by tomorrow' and then the
cases on that side of the court will
be disposed of at once.
Among the indictments returned by
the Unitod States grand jury, which
presented its final rojiort on Satur
day last,.t is understood that three
are against Kuperto Gonzales,
Trannuilino Gonzales and Eduardo
Ilaca, each of whom is charged with
participating in the robbery of the
postofflce at Cabezon, Sandoval county,
some months ago, wben government
funds to the amount of almost $1,000
Other Indictments returned were
against several in
Between 70,000 and SO.uOO children in Greater New
York are restricted to part-time instruction because there
is not enough room for them in the overcrowded school
bouses. The board of educatiou hopes to be able to re
duce this number next month, but even if all the school
buildings now In course of construction should be com
pleted by next month, there would still remain about
60,000 children for whom there is no room in the school.
A San Francisco Chinaman, with the seiiten' iousness
of his kind, after home experience of Aineriean law, onc(
remaiKeu: i ii.uese law, nrsj ciass; man ki lo num.
China, head off; no ketchee him, somebody head off
mebbe cousin head oft. Knglisli law, second class; him
ketchee man, mebbe allee same head off. Mclican law-
no good; too muchee slupleme court." Argonaut.
The Liberal of I.ordnburg received some more fruit
raised by A. D. Noreop on his irrigated ranch near Separ
H sent up some as fine peaches as ever grew in the
Michigan fruit belt, says that paper, but the most import
ant point follows, when Don Kcdzie adds His irrigation
is done entirely from wells.
SOME STORIES WISE
AND SOME OTHERWISE
The announcement is made that Miss Hosemary Sar
toris. who is the 'laughter of General Grant's daughter,
Nellie, is to be married to a well known citizen of St.
Ix.uis. A', one time MUs Nel.ie Grant was the nation's
pet young lady, as Mis- Alice Roosevelt Is now-.
All Depends on Intentions.
There Is a French law against suicide, but those who
have attempted, recently, to drown themselves in the
Seine and have failed have been arrested and punished
on the authority of an old law which forbids throwing
bodies into the river. One such arrest was made recent
ly. The prisoner pleaded not guilty.
' But," said the judge of instruction, "you admit that
"U eastsyourself into the river. That Is illegal."
"The law," said the prisoner, "provides for the pun
ii-nmetit oi inoe wno cast dead, not living, bodies into
t!ie river, else every man who went swimming in th
Seine would be a criminal."
"But," said the judge, "yuti Intended to bo dead. Yon
had wickedly planned to make of yourself an offensive
corpse an 1 i :h that most loathsome thing to corrupt the
waters of the Seine. I fine vuti a thousand francs."
"Viry uiii," remarked the prisoner. "Take it from
ilu, sum which was confiscated from my pockets by the
ponce at tta- t.ino el my arrest." ,
"There was liu money hi your pockets," said the
"True." said the prisoner; "but I had intended that
on that date there should be a million francs tin re"
EMPANELLING THE JURY
'HE last thing in the World a Man Should think of buying is
vnccviy uiiuci w ecu . w u ecu uu uuuerwear umL we can not
guarantee. We have many excellent linps F1
-r Natural Wool, Merino Camel'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
o o o o o o o o o o o o o
A Great Furniture Slaughter Sale
In order to quit business we are selling out our t-ntlre s'ork cf new and second band furniture and house
Call and See the floods Sale is Now On Goods Must be Sold by Sept. 28lh
114 SOUTH FOURTH ST.
j.uai a.M i nun iji injiamfnmTTfTBtnta
STOCK - MONEY ME: 41 WOOL
DAIN AND OLD HICKORY WAGONS
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and
SPRING WAGON'S, HAR
NESS and SADDLES, at
MONEY SAVING PRICES.
Everybody welcome to loolc
through our threy-floor repository.
Closing quotations Received by Levy
H.os., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Barnett Building.
New York, Sept. 25. The stock mar
ket was under pressure throughout the
session of trading today, having the
appearance ot support oeinn witn-. OOOO O OOO000CO0
drawn, at least temporarily. The fee!-!
J. KORBEFt & CO.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Corner 1st St. & Copper Ave.
charged with selling liquor to Indians
and against other persons charged
with various offenses.
The territorial grand jury was still
at work today and it is said to be
doing some business that niay"prove
as great a surprise as did the report
of the I'nited States grand jury. It
Is expected that this Jury will com
plete Its labors in the next two or
three days, at the longest.
No decision has yet been announced
in the sheriff trouble, but one may be
expected at any time.
Ing seems to be more conservative
than in recent sessions. The possi
bility of the Bank of England advanu-
McKinley county,' 'nS it8 discount rate is a deterring fac-
IMPORTANT MEETING OF
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
Secretary P. F. MeCanna of the Com
mercial club, announces that there
will bo held a very important meeting
of the club tomorrow night at 8
o'clock. President W. S. Hopewell is
very anxious to have a full attendance
of all tne members, as a matter of con
siderable importance Is to come up
RAIN GENERAL OVER
CENTRAL NEW MEX C )
Albuquerque and vicinity was
treated to a heavy lain storm for sev
eral hours this afternoon, and as a
result, the streets are flooded. As
soon as the storm let up a little,
Street Commissioner Martin Tierney
ha-d a large force of men at work
building crossings of cinders, which
weie much appreciated by the public.
Reports from the north and east
are to the effect that heavy rains fell
and the storm was therefore probably
general all over the central and nortii
ern portion of the territoiy. The rain
was badly needed and will result in
much benefit to the range and late
AT THE LAS
VEGAS FAIR AND
tor. as such a step would likely be
followed by other government Institu
tions abroad. The market continues
to look like a traders affair. Total
sales today were GSy.liuO shares. Quo
HIS MOTHER'S BREAD,
Amalgamated Copper 81
American Sugar 139 U
Atchison, common 90
Atchison, pfd 105
Haltimroe & Ohio 11214
Urooklyn Rapid Transit 70
Canadian Pacific 173
Coloiado Fuel & Iron 43
Colorado Southern, second 42
Chicago, Great Western, com... 21
C. & 0 57i
Erie, common B0
Erie, first 82
Louisville & Nashville 154U
Missouri Pacific 105
Mexican Central 22
New York Central 149
Reading, common 122
Rock Island, common 33M
Rock Island, pfdi 79Mj
Republic Iron & Steel, common.. 23'
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd 91
Southern Pacific C8'4
St. Paul m1
Southern Railway 3CTs
Tennessee Coal & Iron 8H4
Texas Pacific 35'4
1'uion Pacific, common 1324
U. S. S., common 37
IT. S. S., pfd 104
Wabash, common 23
Wabash, pfd 43
Wisconsin Central, common 3') Vi
O. & W 53 -M
Greene Copper 25 i
t bail.j find f.r S. i inter m the prosperity horizon,
Pays the S'm kman 'f tinit e::y. The handwriting is at
la.t li.-ili c. We havy remain..-, 1 dormant, for 1"! these
many y ars, and can now with the bi st of grace enjoy
the upward li;o ement .
In Uie r- ' !.'. i a t - hiiiuK
been fmsnd tl.af 212 towns
the number of known deal
reached the -am f 2'2''.
c v ;i' i
ni'fi led creai
is I'f'J and the
It -ily, it has
li .-s s . w li i !
Injur J hae
M. Wife i lnal-.il, lam , If, by the too fr. e ns. of
his tongue, fis ridiculous In Europe as te taj previously
made himself in Ann ri' u, through the ln-.trimieiitality of
the same organ.
San Bernardino has s-dd to the bigbe-t bidder a fran
chise to coufetruct a t'reet tar iine.
Where the Sod Is Rocky.
Virginia, as eeryl.n,iy Knows, j.s a s'ate of womb r
i' tl and dh.-iifii-. agricultural wealth, but tin re are por
tions of it win re tiie farms appear to be composed chief
ly id' rock, and the Ibin top dressing of soil requires fre
quent treatment in order t') produce any kind of crop.
As the reMiit of a trade a man lroin Ohio came into
io-.-e .-icn of a .-tore in a mm. ill town iu , ,,f t jH. r,.r.
ie-t of tlu.-e e-tioi.s. His fir-' piuo.dim.- was to make
an inventory of the i-to' U on band. Much to bis nirprise
he found t t there was not a p.ow in the ttore. H0 lm
meiiauly ijj.spatched an order for a doen plows to the
ii' a rest wholesale nipply h-uis,., fifty or one hundred
The next day he "hltcln 1 up" and tool; a drive over
he neighborhood, noting the general outlook and making
Inquiries among tho residents.
n returning to his store ho Fent this message to the
who'. --a!,' house:
I'.inci l order for p ows. Send me u ton uf blasting
pnwib r." Youth's Companion.
Novelty is wbal we all want. Many
persons spend thousands of dollars
every year searching for something
new. Perhaps you're one of those w ho
desire newness. Take our word for
it, beuuen September 20 and 29, you'll
tind it near home.
You won't have to spend much mon
ey nor go very far to see It, either.
Go to tho I.as Vegas fair and festival.
Ono and cue-half cents per mile
each way Is all it will cost. Just Tl
iroru Albuquerque to Las Vegas and
See ilu; Santa Fe agent at once for
pai lieu', a. s.
.-lOlM I f
ttll'V , S
w a v
W. 11. Newei'mb, a member
hoard of penitentiary eomniis-
i ami a leading Elk of the terri-
Mieiu the day in the city on his
in m Silver '.'ily to Santa Fe.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. Sept. 25. Cattle-
Receipts, 25,000; market steady to Mc
lower: native steers. SlfTG; southern
steers, $2. 30-7(7.50; southern cows,
$ 1.75 fi 2.80; native cows and heifers,
$1.755.35; stockcrs and feeders,
$2.50 4.25; bulls, $2i3; calves, 2.5o
ffTO; western steers. $3 It 1.05; west
ern cows, $1.75(S,3.35.
Sheep Receipts, 1,000; market was
10 to 15c lower; muttons, $45.15;
lambs. $5.15 fi fi. 90; range wethers,
i..jfi 5.15; fed ewes, $3.73??4.50.
SO LIGHT AND
there is a knack
in making it,
But don't forget
the kind ot
Stove or Range
used makes a
His mother used
a Charter Oak.
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
nnnnnnntF r & CO.. n? Gold Ave.
Th saving f tlm mean comfort
Tha saving of labor means ease. The
saving of money means eoonomy. All
these savings can best bs attained by
In dollars and cents they cost no more. In quality they are
superior. In durability t hey last longer. One-third better than
any other. You are most cordially Invited to examine our new
Prices in Plain Figures S3Q and Up
Old stoves taksn at a fair valuation.
THE McBRAIN FURNITURE CO., 205 Gold Ave.
Chicago Live Stock
Chicago, Sept. 25 Cattle
30,(iiiii; bust trades steadv; others 10c A
lower. I'.ei ves, $3.30(3 3.40; cows . g
and heifers, $1.25T l.t'.U; Blockers andA
feedeis, $2.25(3 4.40; 'Iexans, J3.25'S
4.40; westerns, f 3.1"f? 4.75.
Sheep Receipts, 45.(100; sheep, $3.50
Tf4.N5; lambs, $ 1.25'fT 7. CO.
2 .... ?
i ar & " i i u 1 1 1 1 .a.
A rox fo. a orana new aiuu unre
Closing Stock Quotations.
New York. Sept. 25. Clo.-ins quo
tations: Atchison, '.'ii'i; preferred,
Ml5,; New York Central, 14'J; Penn
sylvania, 14;;'i; Southern Pacific,
i''; I niou Pacific, 131 7S; prefened.
Im'.'-j: Amalgamated Copper,
United States Steel, 31r:b; preferred,
10 4 V
deemed typewriter for sale cheap by
ROSEN FIELD, the Pawnbroker
"THE MAN YOU CAN TRUST"
The Largest Pawn-Broking Establishment in the Southwest.
NEXT TO ST. ELMO
t 113 RAILROAD AVENUE
W A VI I :i i A reliable, honest buy,
alu.iit .-, jears old, to be list fill in
M"re, ;in, will learn him the ciar
Hid,. Address or call on A. M.
l i- .in IT, 115 West Railroad avi
W.W'I'I.I i -Woman for general housc
woik; no washing or ironing. Ap
ply Ono Norlh Fourth street, or tel
Full SAI i: Furniture and household
K"ods ,f a four-room house. Inquire
1"15 Ninth Fourth street.
New York Money Market.
New Yo:k, Sept. 25. Money on
call, linn at ii per cent: prime mer
cantile paper, 4 ii 5 per cent, liar sil
St. Louis Wool Market.
St. Louis, Mo., Sept. 25. Wm
sternly ; territory and western medi
ums, 2STi30c; fino medium, 2211 20c;
line, 1 sdj 2ec.
Lead and Copper,
New Yurk, Sept. 25. Lead, quiet,
$1.75 4. S5; copper, quiet, $ 1 0 '0 1 iJ . 1 0 .
Citizen ads bring rasulu.
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Fresh Meat.
300 North Uroadwav, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALUl'QUKRUE.N. M.
For Moving the
Sick or Injured.
Day or Night.
O. W. STRONG'S SONS
Colo. Phone, 75. Automatic, 147
P. LOMMQRI & MATTEUCCi
Groceries, Flour, Hay
Grain and the Best
IMHORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY
Call at C21 West Tljeras Road.
Auto, 'phone, 100. Old 'phone, 27C.
IT IS EASY Tu MAKE GOOD
BREAD WITH CLUB HOUSE