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THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905,
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
By The Citizen Publishing Company
Published Daily and Weekly
W. 8. 8TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT
President Pusinoss Manager
BEAUTY VARUS WITH
DIFFERENT TIMES OF DAY
WHAT IS NEEDED
The following drastic editorial on the life Insurance
officials whose w rong doing has recently bc n made pub
lic, is taken from the Denver Republican, a paper wnich
ia by no means prejudiced against corpora! Ion or the
individual holders of great wea.th. The Rt publican
The three big life insurance companies of New
York, the New York Ufe, the Mutual Life and the Kquit
ble, only average MR per cent In dividends every year,
whli the savings banks of New York pay 3.4 per cent
to their depositors.
The presidents of each of these Insurance companies
riave been receiving linontm a year cash, and each of
them has been assisted by a large array of very costly
The New York savings banks are all managed by
boards or trustees who get no salary at ad.
8o far as known, the savings banks have never had
ny connection with trust companies or syndicates. They .
handle more money than the life insurance companies
nd make all their investments in tne ordinary way, aim
yet they make net earnings nearly three times as large
as those reported by the life Insurance companies.
Why should this be so If the Insurance companies
re properly managed for the sole use and benefit of
the policy holders?
The treasurer of one of these companies, in giving
testimony before the investigating committee of the New
York legislature, the other day, set up the absurd plea
tbat their busin-ss had lecome so large that they could
. not find sufficient opportunities for investment without
going Into partnership with trust companies and syndi
cates of a speculative character.
Put how do the savings banks invest their larger
funds on a much more profitable basis without such
The simple truth Is that the big Insurance companies
in question are honeycombed with the corruption of
The high salaried presidents, vice presidents and oth
er officials and directors share in the profits of the trust
companies and syndicates, and the policyholders foot
the bills and hold the bag.
Stringent legislation for the regulation and control
of the Insurance business must be enacted in every state
to cure this evil and to prevent Its recurrence.
In the meantime every insurance official who has
fcen guilt r of graft should be prosecuted for that crime
and also be made to pay back the money he has filched
from the policyholders.
At luncheon she I like a queen;
At dinner like an empress fair;
At night so smiling and serene
She seems an angel seated there
A creature whom some bnrd of old
Would choose to praise in choicest rhyme.
Alas! oh, youth; could you behold
This se,f same gill at breakfast time.
For smiles cannot endure for aye,
And e'en complexions sometimes fade,
And wavy tresses will not stay
In place without some proper aid.
The dancing linhts a wondrous spell
May weave nt midnight's mystic chime,
Illusions vanish, truth to tell,
Most ruthlessly at breakfast time.
It is evident that there Is some great movement on
foot in the Mojave river valley as a great acreage has
been gobbled up by parties during the past eighteen
months. These lands carry with them water rights to
the flow of the Mojave river. Whether the water is tlit
thing that is desired or whether the land is also needed
1n conjunction is a question that seems to be yet. unset
tied and unknown to the general public. At one time the
water of this stream was talked of for the purpose of
creating a water Fiipply for the City of Los Angeles, but
now that Ixs Angeles has practically secured the waters
of Owens river, there seems no reason for still clinging
to that Idea. Needles Eye.
The following is a calm and candid utterance on the
mutter nf a carnival nicht saturnalia, taken from the
. I-as Vegas Optic:
The Albuquerque Citizen objects to the carniva
night which has coma to be an established feature of the
close of the territorial fair. Indeed, the carnival has in
recent years grown almost to the proportions of an "in
Btltution" without which no week of sports In an Amerl
can city Is considered complete. The objections of The
Citizen, however, are well taken and the Optic hopes that
bo far as Las Vegas Is concerned, the evils which have
erown to such serious proportions in connection with the
Albuquerque fair will be vigorously checked before they
have gained the tolerance of the people of Las Vegas
It cannot be denied that the lleberty of masking on
the streets on gala nights Is perverted Into a license by
IN TIMES OF PEACE
HERE FOR FEW DAYS
New Mexico's Delegate to
Congress Finds Much Cor
respondence on Return.
TALKS ABOUT THE EASTERN
"Patriotism Is the strongest in the western and mid
dle states," says a United States officer In charge of a
naval recruiting station. "Those states give us by far
the largest proportion of recruits."
Te be patriot, then, one must Join the army or navy,
The man who serves six years Is a better patriot than
the man who serves three years. The section of the
country that furnishes the most recruits Is the most pat
riotic. The patriotism of a country is measured, then,
by the ease with which recruits aro obtained for the
army and navy.
What arrant nonsense this is! What utter lnappre-
clation of the true meaning of patriotism! What a false
standard it sets up by which the worth of citizenship is
to be tested!
The need of the nation at present Is not for soldiers
to be in readiness to fight in possible but improbab.e
wars. It is for men who will fight in the battles ot
peace. The greatest enemy of the United States is not
from without, but from within.
The nation, the states, the cities and the towns are
all waging contests with forces which are undermining
the life of the state. These aro contests between civic
righteousness and civic dishoncr; between manhood and
honesty on the one hand and greed and corruption on
the other. These are mighty contest which try the
courage of the bravest hearts and the faith of the most
It lakes patriotism ot a high character to fight these
battles. Hut It Is this kind of patriotism that the country
needs. It is this kind of patriotism that the country
must have if the forces of light are to conquer the forces
of darkness. Without it the repub.ie is doomed. With
it the victory Is sure.
Stnator W. II. Andrews, delegate to
congress from New Mexico, ha re
turned to the territory after an ab
sence of several months. The sena
tor spent esterday at the northern
New Mexico lair "! arrived here last
This aft : noon the senator was
found at In office in the N. T. Armljo
building, villi his secretary, W, A.
Mayer, rn : i l up to his elbows In let
ters, bills, ami all kinds of correspond
ence, him h us delegates to congress
are usually recipient of, the accumula
tion for the time he was east.
Senator Andrews says that ne is
still pi ei-iiletit of the Albuquerque
Kastern ami that the road will soon
be built. Work on it will be resumed
right awiiy. The contractors, who
were detained in the east to complete
Jobs already in progress when the con
tract for the Kastern was let, will be
here within a few days. They will be
gladly received and the people will be
glad when they aie gone. The road
will then have been finished.
While in the east Senator Andrews
divided his time between New York,
Washing! on and I'lttsburg, dropping
down to Chicago only occasionally. He
was In Washington a few days prior
to leaving fur New Mexico, looking
aner matters or state. He will be In
Albuquerque several days.
My store will be closed Friday at
6 o'clock p. m. and remain closed
until Saturday, at 6 o'clock p. m.
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
o o o
PORTLAND DAY JEPTEMBLR 30
BIGGEST DAY AT LEWIS AND
CLARK EXPOSITION IS EXPECT
ED WHEN THE HOME CITY CELEBRATES.
SELECTIONS MADE FROM
PRESS OF SOUTHWEST
Good for Lower Pecos.
The foreign bondholders of the Pecos Irrigation com
pany have agreed to the sale to the federal government
of the company's big irrigation system in Eddy county
upon the terms suggested by the United States reclama
tion service. What is more, not a single farmer or other
land owner In the lower Pecos valley has refused to take
stock In the association, which Is a condition of affairs
unheard of before in the history of the reclamation serv
ice for there always have been some under other pro
jects who have refused to subscribe or have failed to
agree with the reclamation service. This augurs well
for the future of the lower Pecos valley to which the
The completion of the three irrigation projects in the
lower Pecos valley by the government will mean a rapid
increase In population and wealth. New Mexican.
nniiuttnn nt .iifflntont writer i it trrtiMito ita lirnuil nvmitme
the rough and tough element which frequent any com- I ()f ft.rtne lands Is of vital, yea paramount Importance.
munlty on festival occasions. The law-abiding and iun
lovlng younger people of the community who enter into
the harmless amusements of carnival nights are conse
quently subjected to Insults and abuse at the hands of
those who would he summarily dealt with under normal
conditions. It is this danger which should be most strin
Kently guarded against and unless this can be properly
done, all masking and attendant form of celebration
should be abolished.
Colonization of lands' in the southwest is to receive
from the railroads reaching that section the greatest at
tention ever accorded the Biibject, says the Las Vegas
Optic. The executive committee of the Western Passen
ger association the other day arranged to run cheap home
seekers' excursions in October, November and December
and to follow these with cheap colonist rates in January
and February to accommodate those who desire to come
to this section to remain. The minimum selling rates
from Chicago will be $16.50 for the round trip and the
rates will be in effect to all points In Texas, New Mexico,
Arizona, Indian Territory, Arkansas and Nebraska. The
home seekers' rates will be one-half of the one way rate
plus $2, and the excursions will be run on the first and
third Tuesdays in October, November and December. The
colonist rates for the first and third Tuesdays in January
and February will be 75 per cent of the one-way rates.
For these occasions it would pay Albuquerque to get out
some attractive advertising, getting forth the advantages
of her tributary territory.
The board of supervisors of Yavapai county have
given a franchise of fifty years to N. W. Tarr for the
purpose of constructing and maintaining a telegraph sys
tem. It Is thought that the system will connect with
the long distance system of this county and on to San
Iternardino and Los Angeles. The telephone system of
Prescott is In connection with those of Tucson and th
building of this line will connect the whole territory in
one system. Kingman Miner.
Las Vegas certainly has the sympathy of Allmiiuer
que in the f:ict that the first day of the fair was .spoil
by rain. This city has not forgotten a year ago. when
the whole fair here was well nigh a failure because of
rains and washouts.
The New Mexican declares the Joint statehoo, con
ventlou here, I In? other day a ,, fizzle." f course, the New
Mexican. whih was not here, knows more about th
affair than both o the local dailies, which were here.
Poland will have thirty six members in the new Kit?
slan assembly. This small representation can contro
nothing, but it can at least give voice to the manifoli
grievances of iis long-suffering people.
Japanese agents are. at Pittsburg buying all sort
or iron matt rial for Japan's new railroad enterprises
Nippon is at work, and no longer grlewn,.' over the fail
ule to collect indemnity.
Through an lnadvertance the record of Captain Ed
munds was omitted from the write-up of the base ball
players which appears today in The Optic souvenir -?ll
tion. The Optic reporter who handled the matter hap
Puiied to meet all tie o her player. in a bunch just as
they were leaving for Albuquerque. Edmunds got away
without being seen.and as It was desired to secure his
former base bail record, a space was reserved until his
return. Unfortunately the matter was overlooked and
the heady captain's name does not appear In the Illus
trated write up. It may be said here that Edmunds Is
the most reliable batter on the team. He Is a place hit
ter of unusual ability and can be almost absolutely de
pended upon in a pinch for a safe hit. . He has handled
the team skillfully in the field and no little credit for
the long string of victories is due to the captain. Daily
It Wat Magnanimous.
Katon is glad to see that Las Vegas magnanimously
furnishes the fair queen for Albuquerque's carnival and
grand ball. We congratulate Albuquerque on this and
also on its spirit of fairness to Its neighbor. This is
really loving thy neighbors as thyself. Vet we art
prouder for Las Vegas, who is Katon's half sister, whilt
Albuquerque is only a cousin, and wish to tender only
our rejoicings that they have such a popular young lady
in Las Vegas as Miss Ilfeld proves to bo and her face
in the prints show her to be a handsome young woman
and on all tins Las egas is properly complimented by
the recognition the Albuquerque public tendered. Raton
Portland, Ore.. Sept. 28. Septem
ber 30 will be the biggest dav of the
entire Lewis and Clark pxnosition.
The people from the home city and a
great many from nearby towns as
well, will turn out in great numbers on
that day and it Is expected that the
attendance will break all records, ex
ceeding even that of the Fourth of
July, when the turnstiles registered
September 30 is regarded as an es
pecially fitting date for the hie cel
ebration, following as it does, imme
diately upon the close of the stock
show, which will be held from the IMth
to the Z'.uh. inclusive.
A majority of the stores and other
business houses of Portland will close
for the day in order to give their em
ployes an opportunity to attend the
celebration. There will be no formal
exercises, hut the day will be made
one of general merrymaking.' Every
visitor will be presented with a cou
pon which w ill entitle him to a chance
for a valuable prize. In the evening
there will be the biggest display of
nreworhs ever shown In the west.
The rtnv of tho homo fit
position always has been its best dav.!
At St. Louis it was 404,450: at Puf-
falo, 102,424, and at Omaha, 98,845.
While each of these cities exceeds in
population that of the exposition city
of 11105, it Is predicted that the at
tendance on Portland day will reach
00,0110, while some estimates even
place it at 100,000.
O. F. C.
Bottled In Bond.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque, N. M.
Automatic Phone, 199.
Boarding Horses a Specialty
The Happy Housewife
Who takes pride in her bread and
cake making knows the pleasure and
satisfaction to be bad by the use of
Empress mills flour. She knows her
bread will be the -whitest, sweetest,
most nutritious and healthful, and her
cakes, pies and pastry dainty, delicate
114 West Copper Avenue.
BAIN AND OLD HICKORY WAGONS
CARRIAGES, BUGGIES and
SPRING WAGONS, HAR
NESS and SADDLES, at
MONEY SAVING PRICES.
Everybody welcome to look
through our threy-floor repository.
J. KORBER & CO.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Corner 1st St. & Copper Ave.
HUBBELL DEPUTY INDICTED
FOR CARRYING A WEAPON
ED. HICKOX LANDED IN TEMPOR
ARY COUNTY JAIL BY SHERIFF
ARMIJO AND THE GRAND JURY
TAKES UP CASE.
Another complication was added to
the sheriff squabble last night when
Sheriff Perfecto Armijo arrested Ed.
HicUox for carrying a deadly weapon
and landed him in jail. Ilickox has
been serving as a deputy under T. S.
Hubhell and it is said he has been
guarding the ex-sheriff's ollice at
Armijo met Ilickox in old town ear
ly last evening ami walking up to
him, demanded to know if he had a
gun. Mickox replied that he had and
he was paid $5 a day for carrying it.
Before the deputy knew what had
happened Armijo had taken the gun
away from him and he was marched
to the temporary county Jail where
he was stored away for the time be
ing. Today the grand jury took up the
rase of Hickox and returned au in
dictment against tim for carrying a
concealed weapon. He will now have
tc stand trial upon this charge and
may find himself In serious trouble.
It is not known whether he wid be
hailed out by his friends or not, but
up to late this afternoon he was still
If Armijo is sheriff ho has a right
to at' est anyone carrying a concealed
weapo.i, as tl.' s'.oriff is the only man
having the power to deputize a man
to cai : v a weapon.
O. F. PLATT,
The real cleaner and dyer. La
dies' and gentlemen's firve
clothes a specialty. Portieres,
lace curtains, etc, 509 Hen
drix avenue. Old 'phone, Red,
Have Too Much Water.
Some people from the east might not believe it, but
two citieis of Uoswell are planning to put tiling in their
land to drain the surplus water. Who would have he
lieveil ii a lew years ago?. But such is the case. II. 1
Harnett and George M. Slaughter have each bought a
mi.e of cement tiling from A. L. W. Nilsson and will have
it put in their land east of town, at once. They believe
littler fanning results will be secured by thus diaininu
the sub-irrigation of the ground oast of town; an, I as
nothing is too good for Uoswell and the Pecos valley
they are going to try il Uoswell Record.
A gnnt batt e Is on at Philadelphia between the re
formers under Mayor Weaver and the regulars, who
have been very much discredited lately.
San Juan ci
Democrat, is tin
unty. New Mexico, says
Ivletl of tlirt soui h w i t .
Time to four cuttings of alfalfa a year and we may
market the forage on foot.
Uncle Sam's Way.
The withdrawal by the general land ollice of t In
lands along the southern canal from entry under
'he ties, rt land act indicates that the lower valley lands
suscept iblo of Irrigation from the w aters of the canal
are to be preserved for the benefit of actual settlers and
residents. If a man wants a piece of land under this
government project, lie must make It his home. The
speculator will have to step to one side. Carlsbad Argil.
Some Old Timers.
lowing are the old timers who will ride In the
stage coach of the Santa I'e wi'h Judge Stephen Booth
:n the representation of Cities on the Santa Fe trail:
I. T. lloskins, of the vintage of 1 S7S ; Dr. W. It. Tipton
and Jefferson Ilaynolds, who came here In 1S7C; George
W. Ward, who hails from 1S7S; W. II. Shupp, who dates
from 1S7"; and the oldest timer of them all, 1 O. Kihl
i.erg, who came to Las Vegas In 1S52. Daily Optic.
The following Is a list of new post
Cast Blanca, Valencia county Wil
liani I'aisano, postmaster.
GUa Grant county Ida R. Lyons.
Torreon, Torrance county Juan ('
lay lor, Coltax county John C. Tay
Gascon, Mora county Marry I
suilii' W. Roll appointed at May-
hil , Otero count v, ice John l. M
Five Millions to Charity.
Loudon, Si pt. L'S. The will of Bar
on Nathaniel Rothschild, who died in
Vienna recently, was admitted to pro
bate here and has been accepted by
all eoueerued. The baron bequeathed
over $:,.(ino,uui) to chnilty, chiefly de
voted to the relief of sufferers from
( hrouie ami Incurable diseases. He
bit Il:i4.;i73 to the charitable institu
timis of Vienna. The will directs the
executors to continue all pensions.
WHERE TO DINE WELL
SANTA FE RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL, HOURS. Quirk
time, good service, at reasonable
prices. The nearest place In Albu
querque to Santa Fe depot. Open
day and night. Bar in connection.
LYNN, HAVEN BAY, and BLUE
POINT OYSTERS In any style. First
street and Silver avenue, opposite de
pot. Meal tickets, 21 meals for $5.
Movin Drayin' Shippin'
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
HIS MOTHER'S BREAD,
SO LIGHT AND
there is a knack
in making it,
But don't forget
the kind of
Stove or Range
used makes a
His mother used
a Charter Oak.
FURNITURE AND CROCKERY
RntoRinAIF R & CO.. 117 Cold Ave.
Good tea, good coffee, best
baking-powder, best flavoring
extracts, best spices, pure soda,
Rt fair prices and moneyback.
Schilling's Best, at youi
JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE
Carries the United States mail;
only line with a change of stock en
route; good rigs, horses and drivers;
rig leaves Alhuquerque every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 5 a. in. For
particulars, address W. L. Trimble
The caving of time means comfort.
The saving of labor mean ease. The
saving of money means economy. 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 taken at a fair valuation.
THE McBRAIN FURNITURE CO., 205 old Ave.
,. HihlrtK W I. I rmili A .
i w'ctTpe mn m $ A Nice Line of Unredeemed Tailor-
Maae ana nign Knee uvercoais, ior
Sale Cheap, at
ROSEN FIELD, the Pawnbroker
"THE MAN YOU CAN TRUST"
The Largest Pawn-Broking Establishment In the Southwest.
GO TO THE ALBUQUERQUE PLAN
When you want any mill work done.
We don't keep you waiting. .We get
out your work promptly. Our motto:
"No work, no pay we all work."
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop Is up
stairs over No. 2uil West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the puhlic. All work guaranteed first
cdass, as I have had fifteen years' ex
perience in the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and
repaired. The specific I use will not
Injure the cloth. Ladies' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
118 RAILROAD AVENUE NEXT TO ST. ELMO
Negroes on Statehood Question.
t '! iiHilo-e, I. T S.-pt. HSH. The No-i-'rn
Suffrage League of the Indian
Terriinry, met he.e tod.iy for the pur-po.-.e
nf considering the statehood
que-! :,iii and to give the colored vot
1 rs of the territory an opportunity to
Apr, vS themselves on the subject.
The attendance Is very large and the
sentiment In favor of statehood is
very ( iithusiastic.
There are other WRITING IN SIGHT
Hut the I.. C. SMITH HK03. by FAR
excels them all. Then It has a TAB
L' LA TO It and MIM KOGKAPH attach
ment, without extra charge. Corr
spondence t-ollelted. N. W. Alger,
general agent, 124 South Walter St.
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Fresh Meat.
300 North Uroadwav, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALDUQUEItUE.N. M.
For Moving the Sick or Injured.
Prompt Seilve Day or Nlg'nL
O. W. STRONG'S SONS
Colo. Phone, 75. Automatic, 147
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
W A N T V. 11 Boy with wheel. 20C West
S!t5r!be for The Evening Cltlien
To Whom it May Concern: This is
to certify that Mr. Antonio Ortiz has
severad his connection with the under
signed. All outstanding company ac
counts will l.e collected and paid by the
ALIIl'Ql'KKQl'K CARRIAGE CO..
Successors to Ortiz & Co.
P, LOMMORI & MATTEUCCi
Groceries, Flour, Hay
Grain and the Best
IMPORTED GOODS A SPECIALTY
Call at 624 West Tijeras Itoad.
Auto, 'phone, 109. Old 'phone, 276.
EASY lo MAKE GOOD
WITH CLUB HOU81
Best for Children.
Mothers, be careful of the health of
your children. Look out for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough. Stop
them in time One Minute Cough
Cure is the best remedy. Harmless
and pleasant. Contains no opiates.
Sold by a l druggists.