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ALTiUQUEKQUK EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905.
A Word from Joh Wie.
can't see tb' sense uv
their own methods v
raisin' children applied
t' tlK'ir grandchildren.
I know tiv sunipln' good I'm gnln' to
At gramma's house in winter time. 1
Fit I wuz there las' week, my nisi an"
Au' seen my gramma makin' It an'
The stuff smelt stood. When ma an'
me got there
My ma, she stuck her nose up In th'
An' laughed an' says, "I'm Just in
time, 1 guess."
An' gramma laughed real hard an'
then said, "Yfs."
An' ma took off 'er things an' went
T' gramma's kitchen. Gramma had
A million peaches there. She took a
An' pinned a bib on ma and ma sail
An' Maggie she's th' girl she hur
An' gramma helped. I tell you,
Ma says, "If I was you I wouldn't
Out any stones. I think they always
Th' flavor better." Gramma says,
But then yer father likes 'em out, you
"Well, John does, too," says ma, "but
then I say
It's with 'em in er none. Oh, by the
How'd th' berrv janeome out? Tried
"Not j ft." says gramma, "but I never
About th' jam. It always comes out
Preserves were all right, too. Tried
some last night.
Decided nt t' open any more
Till Christmas not another can be
fore. How many cans? Just fifty-six this
I needed more, but berries were too
An' by an' by. when all th' work is
She says, "We'll leave th' cleanln' up
An" Maggie, little man." An' little
That's me he always gets t' lick th'
Professor Starr, of the University
of Chicago, has sailed for Africa to
study monkey talk. Folk who read
read some of the things said by the
University of Chicago professors will
hardly be able to understand why the
long trip is necessary.
J t'- jwV- .'A
Delivering the Mail.
Andrew Lang says there are sixty
words in the English language for
which no word that rhymes can be
found. If you wish to find the words
read Alfred Austin's poems.
Grover Cleveland has come out
firmly against woman suffrage. Grover
lone ago reached the itfint where it
doesn't make much difference who
Mnvhu oiip reason Thos. W. Law-
son hasn't done any talking is that he
doesn't wish to interrupt the .New
York Life Insurance olllciais.
HAD NARROW ESCAPE
SIMON CALLES FALLS TO BOT
TOM OF MAIN STREET CANYON,
Simon Calles. of this city, had a
narrow escape from death Saturday
evening bv falling into a deep arroyo
extending down Main street, and as it
was nuftered a dislocai ion of the riyht
thigh, says the Si.ver City Indcpend
ent. Calles was walking along the
edge of tho arroyo in the vicinity of
the Warren residence, and the night
being dark and cloudy overhead, mis
judged the distance, lie fell over the
edge and dnwn the (mhankmeiit to
the bottom, a distance of about thirty
feet. His cries soon attracted the at
lenlion of pa.-sers, and he was taken
nit a very t-tiort time after the acc:
dei.t occurred, lie was then removed
to the Ladies' Ilosp.tal, where an ix
animation was made by Dr. (J. J
We:-! lake, di-closing the injury above
Mated, vviiieh was at once rtducei
The dislocation and a few cuts and
bruises were all the injuries sustain
Calks was able, Sunday, to be re
moved to Ins home, where he wi.l U
conf.iud for some time.
This i the third accident of the
kind, and should serve to call the at
tention of tin? c.ty otlicials to the dan
gerous shape f the arroyo. It has
been suggeMe.l, and properly, that
both sides of the gulch extending
through the town be fi.nced in in such
a manner as to prevent future acci
dents f a similar nature.
"Dtlp, drip, drip, oil everywhere"
Letur cook with bate fas.
NURSERY, QUICK LUNCH
v . p . . .
AS, X. .
New York, Sept. 28. Seasick pas
sengers who have heretofore paid for
meals of which they could not par
take, will welcome the restaurant
aboard the new Hamburg-Americau
The Amerika, which Is soon to make
its maiden trip to this country, is the
biggest ship that the world has thus
far produced, having accommodations
for over 3.0(H) persons.
hlle the chief feature of the new
Bteamer is the restaurant where meals
will be served a la carte at all hours.
the Amerika is conspicuous for the
floiist's shop, that it has aboard, the
electric passenger elevators-and the
WILL THE REINDEER
REGENERATE THE ESKIMO?
ESKIMO 1.SELLKS WEARING COATS OF REINDEER SKIN.
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 28. Whether
the whole Esgimo race of Alaska is
being saved from extinction by the
introduction of Siberian reindeer by
the United States goevrnment is a
question which is this summer being
extensively investigated by F. C.
Churchill, a special agent sent to
Alaska by Piesident Roosevelt. Upon
Mr. Churchill's report will depend
whether the experiment shall bo con
iiuut-u, i nuvuiti mc Buivoiun:uij
Mm.i iiu.iia us buppun aim pernio
the Eskimo to struggle, along as bes
he may with what reindeer the govern
ment has already given him.
The most enthusiastic supporters
of the reindeer experiment ate John
VV ll,.l I Cl.l. lo.L-u,n or..,.
... a ...I oi.wm.m. uv.no,,, . i
OIIHl oi OI1U I Ullllll li?.-M.lii. 1 JL eiui.ii-
cation of Alaska, respectively. These
gentlemen insist that the introduction
of the animals Is proving the salvation
for the Eskimos, being their only de
pendable means of procuring a liveli
hood in the lace of a depleting sup
ply of game and tisli. In support of
this theory, they point out that the
piesence oi ine reinuei r is i' '"'""" I
ing the Eskimos trou, a n.c of no-
nia-tic iie'er-do-vv ells into a tlir.tty
home-building and ho.ne inn peo
ple. On the other hand, many piae-
niein nas 1 a 1 it'H, inui ine naue a wj
not take kindly to the animals.
The I'nited States government has;
been promoting the Ala-ka reindeirl
experiment tor a little more than ten
t 'eon, hi leiriior t int I
time ,,2,0 animaFs have been i:nVon,
an I ,"i,2'.7 lawns Uun in Alaska, a!
though the total number now to be
f ' .'ty, Erf! AWj( I
... I '"1 ? I
7 1 1 - ""jnj luncs; but. after finding no relief
tola I' inner t lit L'livernmen' st . . . ... ,.
away, chiefly to luipp herders in
e l to tea h tho natives the care of t'.:e
animals, and to the missionaries. '1 lit
reindeer txpeiinitnt has been con
diice.i mi ! r the direction of H
nu-sioner of ducauon, ami his latest, WOMAN'S EXCHANGE,
r.-poit on the progre.-g of the venture) 401 -,.st i;a:iroad avenue. Rell
shows that to date only thirty-nine, phone black 2t'5-2. All home cikiking.
l.skiuio.s !,ave acquired lU-er of their, Fre-h poods every day.
own, by f 1. filling the arduous coudi-l '.
tions exace.i ty the cinmis-toner !,!' Cheapest disinfectant Is Hahn's Eu
sc. i:, in- ti rms upon whb-h tiie nni. rrkallme. Safe and effective.
AND ELEVATORS ABOARD
lAV If V.
telephone service to each stateroom.
A splendidly equipped gymnasium
has been provided so that daTly ex
ercise may be had, there is a nursery
for children, trained nurses for ttie
sick, and electric and hydropathic
The Amerika is fiS7 feet long, having
a breadth of 74 feet six inches, and
her depth of 53 feet. Her displace
ment is 42,000 tons, while her gross
tonnage is about 23,000 tons, and when
loaded, she carries over 16,000 tons
of cargo. If the cargo of this vessel
were placed on freight cars stand
ing end to end, these would extend
j over a distance of ten miles.
AT FORT CLARENCE.
mal's may be acquired. These terms
provide that native herders may enter
the service of the government or the
missionaries as herders, and after an
apprenticeship of five years, may be
loaned twenty-five deer with w'nich to
start herds of their own. In addition
to the thirty-nine natives who have
completed such apprenticeships but
sixty-one others are now serving their
five years' course of instruction, so
mat of 1,1,000 Eskimos in Alaska
cia 11111 to have been saved from star
vation t)- the introduction of these
animals, less than Mu have actually
received any direct benefit.
1 ho rejKirt on the number of deer
in the district shows that of the total
ii 1 1 iii per , i',b41 belong to Eskimo herd
missionary stations, O.'hj to live Lap
landers 711 ?re ju-ir.L-l to niis:sion"iry
linens and Duo c I.ipl.imiors, and
the remainder are kept in suvern
m. 'lit herds to be heieafter loan.-d
All of the Alaska missionaries have
I given t:n reindeer experiment eu-
tniisia.-tic support f.,r the reason that
n,,. 1 1 -l r, tforneo i, .n v.. i .. i. .
LwirU, jn ,hl; . - 7' ' " -
tend to give them fixed places of
I abode and fixed habits, thus making
. ibi-TM moi-.- oisiU' ,-..-v,,.jl r...
. 1 "j 1 - m ,1. m iyi Lit,.- j mi 1
oi religious ret'01 mation and re-
em rat ion.
Like Finding Money. r
Finding health Is like finding money
. j so think those who are sick. When
' " " "". ' iiuoai, or
says: "I had a terrible chest trou
ble, caused by smoke and coal dust on
1 in other remedies, I was cured by Dr
1 King's New Discovery for Consumn-
r'"ill,.n Cllirha or.,1 fll"f. , l-
I ii. v uiri v le.-. HI 1A' Ottl
f f any coueh or lung medicine In th
world. At a.l druL'uists; SO cand 1.00;
, guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
DUVAL IS GETTING
BETTER FROM PARALYSIS, j
H. S. Duval, of the South see,
Santa Fe, who some time iiko (suffered I
a stroke of paralysis, is Improving. an,li
getting along ns well as tan lie a
pected. STORK VISITED HOME
OF A MINISTER.
The storv was a visitor Tuesday
night at the home of Rev. and Mrs.,
.1. I,. Shively, 201 Chapelle sfreet,
Santa. I'e. and loft as its offering a
bright baby boy. Mother and child are
COL. TWITCH ELL ILL
The Optic regrets very much to say
that Col. R. E. Twltchell. the enter
prising president of the northern New
Mexico fair, who has worked so hard
to ensure Its success, is ill in bed with
NEWS ITEMS FROM THE
CITY OF THE CROSSES
Dora Peacock, of the firm of I .oil
man & Peacock, returned from his
trip to Kansas last week. He brought
back with him one hundred Angora
goats to add to the sheep and goats
on their ranch.
Capt. W. R. Fall and wife arrived
from Columbus, N. M. last week, and
will reside In I.as Cruces permanent
ly. The captain Is making prepara
tions to build a residence on his lots
west of the Baptist church.
DEMING'S WATER WORKS
Work on the city water works is
progressing satisfactorily and every
thing Is being pushed to completion
as rapidly as possible. The well Is
nearing completion and work has
been commenced on the hrick build
ing for the engine and pump house.'
The engine, pump, and all machin
ery has arrived and Is being unload
ed today. The standplpe and other
material has been shipped and Is ex
pected any day.
A YOUNG LADY
Miss Edith Craig, of Lone Mountain,
met with quite a severe accident Fri
day, says the Silver City Independent.
She was riding a horse from the ranch
Into Central, and when a short dis
tance from her destination, got off the
animal for the purpose of picking up
a stick to use as a switch. She was
standing behind the animal, when he
kicked her, striking her limb with
such force as to break it In two places
and rendering her helpless. County
commissioner B. T. Link came along
In a shoit time, and took the young
lady to the hospital at Fort Uayard,
where she Is now getting along as
comfortable as possible under the cir
cumstances. It will some time, how
ever, before she will be able to be
LOOKED OVER SURVEYS
IN SOCORRO COUNTY.
H. F. Duval, United Slates deputy
mineral surveyor, has returned to
Santa Fe from Socorro county, where
he has been looking over the corners
and monuments of "smallholding sur
veys" made some time ago by H. S.
Duval, I'nited States deputy surveyor
in Socorro county. It is feared thMi
the recent Hoods and heavy rain
storms in that section had damaged
the corners and monuments of th
siuveys, but it was found that but lit
tle damage to them had occurred. In
the contract there were over 150
COURT TERM ENDS
In the district court Monday after
noon Judge K. A. Mann pronounced
sentence on the prisoners convicted
at this term of court.
In the case of Kllsha Leslie, tried
on a Lincoln county indictment for
cattle stealing, the court overruled a
motion for a new trial and airest of
Judgment, and sentenced the defend
ant to serve five years in the peniten
tiary, and to pay a fine of $.",on.
In the case of Charles Drake, con
victed of an assault with a gun on Dr.
Hyett, of the hospital at Alamagordo
last February, he was sentenced to one
year in the penitentiary and to pay a
tine of I .ioo. Conditional on good be
havior, the time sentence will be re
mitted on the actual payment of the
All of the criminal eases were fin
ished last week.
The ca.-e of Pierce vs. Richardson
was heard without a jury.
Court for the present term will be
adjourned on Monday.
Citizen ads bring results.
art eauted by Indigestion. If you tat a
littla too much, or if you ara subject to
attacks of Indigestion, you have no doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell, and puff up against the
heart. This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the course ef
time the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat, takes the strain oft
of the heart, and contributes nourishment,
strength and health to every organ of the
body. Curee Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Digee
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
Altw Mttnt, my toed wouM dlttrMt me by naktnf
y hatrt pft.pttat and I tcom vry wmi.
T nalu I f oi botti ol Kcdol and II gn m Irnrc
tiaurdtt. Alitr utin ! bottiei t am wild,
MRS. LORuNO NICHOLS, Psna Van, N. T.
I had stomach tieuble ar.d In s ba (tot a I
kad hrt trout, w.th II. I lot,k Kodol Dytptpai
Cut lor aWal loor mwJ-'n It curod ma.
U. KAUbLB, Narad, a
Digests What You Eat
loUtf Witt buid i
Umm M tk ft
Irtfcl, or 8 c.li u
!rr4 it tk Lib
rttaiy of B.C.I 1
a o , otit a.
I For .-ale I y a-'l dn:gL-!ats.
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 535. Office, 208H
West (iold Avenue.
THlPn TRT7!TP.T I
Meat Market j
All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meat.
Steam Sausage Factory. I
r-Mis ki riNwnpT. 1
Masonic Uuilding, North Third Street. I
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSL'RANCH, REAL, ESTATE
Room 5, Cromwell Itlock, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigar.
113 1-2 W. Railroad Avenue.
SIMON BAU.1NG. Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Bros.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first class baking.
207 S. First Street, Albuquerque,
Thos. h. Kelehcr
PAINTS,. OILS,. VARNISHES. AND
ralmetto Roof Paint Slops all leaks.
One gallon Devoe'e Paint Covera
Three hundred square feet two coats.
Leather, Harness, Saddlea, Etc
409 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
Established In 1882
F, G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Heekln & Co.'s Coffees, Itn
boden's Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Hillsboro Creamery Butter Best on
214 South Second Street.
x x x x x x x x x x X
A. W. HAY DEN
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Office and Factory
412 WEST COPPER AVENUE.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 2CB.
X X X X- X X X X X X X
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE,
Automatic phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Building.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail
HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Mgr.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C Haldridge'a Lum
TOT! A GRADI
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your ordera for
this line with us.
213 215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
FRESH MEATS AND SAUSAGES
A Specially Fine Line
207 W. Gold Avenue
Th-Fuehr Undertaking Company
Stiecessors to Edwards & Fuehr
W West Railroad Avenue.
Ban 'Phones. Day or Night
On Dental Work. Plates, $8.00;
Gold Crowns, $6.00; Fillings, $1.00
up. Teeth extracted -without pain,
50c. All guaranteed.
B. F. COPP. D.D. S.
Room 17. N. T. Armljo Building.
John W. Abbott, Prop.
Only thm Beit
Meats, Butter and Eggs
109 North Second St.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE FF.ED AND TRANS
Horses and Mules bought and ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
m SHORTHAND and TYPEWRITING h
H S. S. Pearlstine. H
H "2- H. S. con. I St., Auto phone M
4 H'i:iu s S:r! '!y Confldfiitial. M
New Hotel and Rooming House.
Open yipttin'.-r 11, at 8-1 S ui'h
Third s'n'et. Your patronaKe sn;;c:r
ed. Spwial ra'e to .-eguiar larlers.
Mrs. It. Green, proprietor.
Elks Opera HouseThursday, September 28th, '05
Esfcelln Gil.e&&c Mowlion,
Assisted by Mabel Stevens-Himoe.
Sents on sale at Matson's Book Store, Tuesday, Sept. 2fith, at 9
o'clock. Prices 50 and 75 centts.
X TCILKS TIiEATlE Tw0 Performances. Matinee
v JIV an'l Night.
a Saturday, Sept. 30
The Gifted Young Actress,
The California romance, dramatized from Helen Hunt Jackson's
novel, (authorized by Little, Brown & Co., and C. H. Jackson, own
ers of copyright). A glorious love tale, set in Idyllic scenic en
vironment. Special music.
PRICES: Evening and Matinee, $1. 75c and 50c.
Seats on sale at Matson's Thursday, September 28, 9 o'clock a. m.
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
We are prepared to furnish, on short notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Type Boilers.
Cahall Water Tube Safety, and Re
turn Tubular Boilers. Send us your
Specifications for Quotation.
The Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
.1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER, COLORADO J
MELINI & EAKIN, Wholesale liquor and Cigar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F. C. Whiskies, Moet &
Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian and
Jos. Schlltz Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owners and distributors
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Alhuquerque, New Mexico.
WE GRIND OUR
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by us.
BEBBER. OPTICAL C0.f
IIS Cold Ave.
Meraher of Board of
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry work? Try it and see bow durable It la
Notice how long It keeps it finish. We turn out linen, white as snow
and free from all specks or wrinkles.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO "Red Wagons"
Two Daily Trains Each Way
EllPaso and Southwestern System
Rock Island System
lil t Wl i II
St. Louis, Kansas City and
The Great Southwest
Standard ami Tmiri.-t S!t ep r--. Iiii:n Cars meals a la carte.
Chair Cars and Cuacln-s.
WIDE VESTIBULED THROUGHOUT.
THROUGH WITHOUl CHANGE.
The hi ortest. frj!e!:e,t and h.-st Tnc tx-twei n the Great Lakes,
tho Mississippi Valhy and the l'a. ilie Coast.
; u;m:tt kino.
we fill ,5 R171MM0
PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT l! NhXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
Miart'iVNliiiii'WMSiViMliVSAt I . . . .
At Consistent Prices 203 W. Railroad Ave.
And an Excellent
AND LAS VEGAS
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