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LBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
J TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1905. - i
GOMPERS WRITES! NO CANAL
RATHER THAN CHINESE LABOR
BY SAMUEL GCMTERS.
President of the American Federation of Labor.
Why am I opposed to the employment of coolie labor
on the Panama Canal? IJecause it will be constructed
by American labor.
The belief that American labor will not go to Panama 1b not well
grounded. Americans will go American negroes to perform the unskill
ed labor, American -whites to perform the skilled lalior. Ail that will be
necessary to attract them or at least not to deter them will be to de
vise proper conditions.
They must receive good wages, assurances of good, nutritious food and
habitable lodgings, with fair surroundings when not at work and innocent
and pleasurable amusements to divert them.
1 am further opposed to importing Chinese labor to soil controlled by
the United States. The United States can do almost anything that any
other country can do physically, mentally, morally and politically.
Rut there are some things that it cannot do and ought not attempt to d
o. One is to change the essehtialfeatures of our republican form of g
overnment and the principles nn which it is based1 or anything that might
contribute to Its undermining.
An isthmian canal is a necessity. The Panama route has been chosen.
We all want It. Rut the canal ought not to be built, by us, and I would
rather that we abandoned the undertaking, than that It should involve so
radical a departure from the principles of safety to our people, our civil
ization and our country as to admit Chinese labor to free and unlimited
competition with American labor. In that we will never willingly acquiesce.
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Notes from Correspondents
wreat wheel of progress In this vi
cinity. The Magdalena and Kelly mining
'districts continue to boom, and now
that the future .of the (anip is as
sured, there is almost a scramble for
livery nook and corner of tiie dis
trict. Tlie camp is now connected by
telephone and with the completion of
'the line north. Albuquerque. Santa
iKe. I. as Vegas anil other cities will be i
put in touch with the busy and pros-
the present capacity of the college to
supply. A young person who secures
his business education at the A. P. C.
is assured of a good position; In fact,
has his choice of good situations.
Prof. Stoll has Just purchased a
valuable property in the Highlands,
and Is now arranging excellent board
ing and lodging facilities for stu
dents from out of town,
New tables for the accounting de
partment were recently added to the
college equipment. A complete bank,
known as the "Merchants National
bank," ha been arranged, and Is su
pervised by Miss Walking.
The students of the college are ar
ranging for a musical and literary en
tertainment, to take place at an early
date. An Interesting program will
be given. Admission will lie charged
ami the proceeds devoted to provid
ing uniforms for the college foot ball
President Ramsay visited Las Ve
gas. Hernalillo and Oorrslles, and ev
erywhere received much encourage
ment. The number of students who
promised to attend the A. H. C, is
very larg: and insures the permanent
ernwth of the school, the tornl en
rollment of which will reach seventy
live pupils before the end of this
.lames E. .Johnson, of St. Paul,
Minn., is attending college. Mr. John
son is training to become an expert
Our typewriting department now has
thirty students. Eight machines are
in use. representing four different
manufacturers, viz.: Underwood,
Smith Premier, Yost and Hammond.
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 535. Office, 208ty
Wat Gold Avenue.
All Kind of Fresh and Salt Meats.
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street
B. A. ffLE YS TER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE-
Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigar.
JOE RICHARDS CIGARS
113 1-2 W. Railroad Avenue.
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Bros.)
WKDDINO CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first class baking.
207 S. First Street. Albuquerque.
PROPOSALS FOR REPAIRS,
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES, MOVING
BUILDINGS, ETC. Albuquerque. N.
M 1905. Sealed proposals,
endorsed "PROPOSALS FOR RE
PAIRS, ETC.," and addressed to the
undersigned at Albuquerque, N. M..
FOR COLLEGE TEAM
OVER EL PASO IN FOOT BALL
GAME AT MESILLA VALLEY.
Mesilla Park, Oct. 30. Before a
crowd of 200 howling rooters the sec
ond team of the Agricultural college
defeated the Second Athletics, from
El Paso, by the decisive score of 22
to 0. The losing team did not have
a look in at any stage of the game,
as they never made first down. Al
though the teams were very evenly
matched as to weight, the superior
training and condition of the college
"scrubs" together with their team
work, soon showed itself, as they
swept down the field for gains of
five and ten yards. The playing of
Rokahr, Ames and Graham for the
college was the feature of the game,
while the El Paso backs did good
work for their side. Many new men
were tried out by Coach Miller and
some good material was discovered.
The college line-up was as follows:
Center, Davlla, guards, .Sweet and
Stoneking, tackles, Anderson and
Sullivan; ends, Mata, Alleman and
Hall; halves, Rokahr and Graham;
lull back, Ames.
The most pleasing feature of the
game was the show of good spirit 'by
the college people, time and again
yells 'being given for the losing eide.
Taken as a whole the foot "ball pros
pects for 1905 are the brightest in the
history of he college. The schedule
has been made out, and the Beason
will probably extend way into De:
eetnber. Many teams from all parts
of the territory have asked for dates.
It is not likely, however, that games
with all of them can be arranged. On
November 4 the first team of the
college plays Fort Bloss, November
11 and 18 the second team plays the
El Paso high school, while the Uni
versity of New Mexico and Fort
Bliss play on November 30 and De
Vnnr enrnUnnn.w.nt u,ama th inilll be received at the Indian school
.the vicinity of Magdalena. this county, unt1' 2 "c'orck J1- Saturday, No
there is one vast herd of sheep, ex- member 4. 1905. for furnishing and de-
itenriinir for miles nu-nitimr Hiiinment iiveiing tne materials ana latior ror
to beat the band. New livery stables l"a ?,,L. !J . ' aa. "hJ painting 4,609 yards, varnishing 1.251
have been opened, with up to date ,h b . . yards, and kalsominlng 4,366 yards of
turnouts, good enough for any city "aiUay coC any already for the surface- 2.158 W fef of
with mo mwk tnhnhitonto Tim hilta . "ay company,, aireauy, ior int . . ,n . .
east of Las Cruces are being popu
lated and 1 10,000 residences are he-
'handling of these vast shipments.
board, one 10-horse power motor, one
J. W. Hilton, a prominent saloon kilowatt transformer one 25-horse
nian of Magdalena, better known as
power steam boiler, 1,500 feet of iron
ing built. It is the wave of prosperity ' " 'Joe H Hon U schedul d to get Bnrt 8ewer 100 barrels cement,
coming with the dam. The Mesilla "rrkvl o M ss PnilUns o the san e .00 feet lumber, moving and relo-
vnllev la thQ Inrtorwla nt thn West " IrlL,l ' Alias inillips oi tne same ,u ,ii i...,ui
valley is the Clnderela of the West
We have everything, nearly every
'nlace. tonieht. It I said that the wed- calln K inree small buildings, etc., etc.,
ding will take place here. Joe will not af Per "sl aPa specmcauons ontaina.
plenty ot climate. ,,th . . specifically in their bids the proposed
There are no flies on the merchants. J tlie price of each article to be offered un-
.They are all waking up. They really
were asleep. Now every merchant is
showing goods in his windows. Be
fore, they kept their goods in the cel
lar, with the wine, whiskey and An-
BUSINESS COLLEGE NOTES
der contract. All articles so offered
' will be subject to rigid Inspection.
I The right is reserved to reject any or
i all bids or any part of any bid. If
The stiifti-ntj of the, All deemed for the best Interests of the
heuser-Busch products. They are ri- , Business college have fo-nied,a foot service. Each bid must be accom
vals to El Paso. Stores are being h,all toam and hve airpa,ly gone jnto panied hy a certified check or draft
built and big plate glass front adorn i),aP,iPe in preparation for a few In- "Pon some United States depository
teresting contests. , f solvent national bank, made paya-
Miss Mae Livingstone, a young lady We to the order of the Commissioner
who has recently arrived from the of Indian Affairs, for nt least 5 per
east, is enrolled among the shorthand ceP,1 of t,he am''nt of the proposal,
students of the ABC . 6a ll cberk to be forfeited to the Unit-
William Neher, 'the well known sec-' fd states ln case any bidder recelv
ond baseman of the Albuquerque ln an award shall fail to execute
browns, has enrolled for a course In
book-keeping and 'business account
ing. The young men of the college have
formed an athletic club and are now
Messrs. Trionlett Starv nnrt rMvlriorin
are-The officers of the club. j RAILROAD TICKET8. J
.. Eighteen -prominent concerns In this Cut Rates. , .
city and contiguous territory. Jiave For reduced rates to and from all
asked for the E'tudents of the college points, go to Paulsen's Association
wno wish to do office work. The de- Railroad ticket office. Railroad tickets
Real 'estate men are busy. They
are reaping while the farmer is nap
ping. Land Is going at all iprlces.
One acre sold for $r00. Everybody
can get a free ride into the country.
All are willing to show you, even if
you are not from 'Missouri.
TO BE CONDUCTED BY PRICE
BROS. THE BOHEMIAN COL
ONY AND OTHER. HAPPENINGS.
MARRY AT SAN MARCIAL
San Marclal, N. M., Oct. 30. A. G.
Burlingame and Mrs. S. Rose, both
prominent and highly respected peo
ple of this city, were quietly united
4n marriage Saturday evening at 9
o'clock at the H. and M. bible school,
'Rev. G. H. Givin, pastor of the Meth
odist Episcopal church, south, offl
fiating. The happy couple will be at
home to their many friends at the
above mentioned institute.
SIGNING LANDS FOR
THE LAST DAY IS OCTOBER 4
MANY OTHER GOOD ITEMS.
Special Correspondence. '-.
Socorro, N. M., Oct. 30. Your cor
respondent learns from reliable
sources that Socorro Is to have a na
tional 'bank, after the first of the com
ing year, at the head of which will be
Mr. Joseph Price, of Price Bros. &
company, of this city. This firm has
done a banking business ln connec
tion with their general merchandise
business for several years, but now
that the commercial demands of So
corro demands and warrants this step,
the organization of a national bank
with complete capital to meet the de
mand, will follow, while Price Bros. &
company will go out of the banking
business, and Mr. Joseph Price will
at the head of the banking institu
tion. It will in no way affect ttie gen
eral merchandise store, which will
continue under the aide manage
ment of Mr. Maurice Lowenstein, the
prince of merchants of the Kio Grande
valley. The importance of this move
cannot, be overestimated by the peo
ple of Socorro and vicinity, as it is
but another evidence that notwith
standing the misfortunes that have in
the past, tended to hold back the pro
gress of this rich and beautiful val
ley, the wheels of progress made pos
sible by these conditions are moving
on at a rate that will put the croaker
out of business.
Max Kirchman, who has been here
some weeka in the interest of a Bo
'hemian colony, which he proposes to
locate in Now Mexico, 'has taken op
tions on large bodies of land in the
ivicinity and taken other steps look
ing to the location of this colony
promptly a satisfactory contract In ac
cordance with this bid; otherwise to
be returned to the bidder. Bias ac
companied by cash in lieu of certified
check or draft will not be considered.
a gymnasium in the 'ur IU"ner """"iiauoa appiy to
the library building. Jam8s K- Allen- superintendent.
mand is immense, and entirely beyond bought, sold and exchanged.
i I ITTI F "TPM1YISMS"
bl I I UU I UUU I IWIflU
IN SOUTHERN TOUR
On leaving Washington: Waved a'
goodbye to those at the station.
At Raleigh, N. C: Waved a special
greeting to crowds of little children.
Expressed his pleasure and appre
ciation at being met at the depot by a
veteran who wore the gray.
At Charlotteville, N. C: Held up a
little girl to the crowd and said:
"Here is your best product."
Held train long enough for Mrs.
Roosevelt to repay at once a visit
made to the train by the widow of
At Richmond, Va.: Greeted by the
ladies at the governor's mansion,
"Isn't this perfectly fascinating?"
Asked question about the historical
pictures on the walls of the mansion.
During his speech, gesticulated so
that he knocked" pver and smashed a
glass of water.
Exnostnlatert u-iili the erou-il fnr
This is another spoke In the shoving, and said, Remember the
ladles. Show the self restraint I am
talking about." ,
At Atlanta, Ga.: Waved his hand
to the music ot "Dixie" and Joined in
Grinned his pleasure at being called
"Georgia's most illustrious grand
son." At Roswell, Ga.: Shook hands with
his mother's old nurse.
Inquired about old landmarks.
Had himself and Mrs. Roosevelt
photographed with the old family ser
vants of the Bullochs.
At Jacksonville, Fla.: Stepped oui
or the program for ten minutes to
address several thousand negroes at
At St. Augustine, Fla.: Slipped over
to Anastasl'a Island and took a surf
bath with thrye members of his party.
Birmingham, Ala.: Saw drunken
man drop pistol and pointed him out
Shuok hands with young lady spon
sor of cavalry troop, who rode beside
his carriage as an escort.
$25 California , $25
Second Class Colonist RairiS
Sept. 15 to Oct. 31
Stopovers allowed in Cali
fornia. For particulars, call
on any agent.
H. S. LUTZ,
J. J. BYRNE, Agent.
G. P. A, Los Angeles, Cal.
Vour land, worth $2 an acre, la, by
the tise of one of our Irrigation plants,
made worth $100 per acre. Write us
, for catalogue No. 9, on "Irrigation and
Pumping Machinery," and tell about
your requirements. We can help you.
The' Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
I62M639 Seventeenth Street. DENVER, COLORADO J
Established ln 1882
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Hcekin & Co.'s Coffees, Im
boden's Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Best on
214 South Second Street.
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.
C02 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C. Raldrldge'a Lum
TOTI A OR API
Dealers ln Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Llquort
and Cigars. Place your orders for
this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
On Dental Work. Platen, J8.00;
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.
Las Cruces, N. M., Oct. 30. Nov
ember 4 being the limit on which per
sons can sign their lands to the Ele
phant Butte project, hundreds of peo
ple are hurrying, as the last day ap-
proaches. to sign. -Many nae nvxe.
bad iluir deeds recorded, and are
routing in hordes to Clerk Aniiijo.
Ninety-thousand acres were pledged
todav. The Hona Alia Bond Colony
grant will sign r.,0ou or pi.imu acres,
more or less. All districts report ac
tivity in the tnatier. People who ob
jected to sUuiui :u-e broken-hearted,
but nothing stuns t iuMuence them.
They realize the gre.it chance tlu-y
are taking. Your corre-.i'oud"nl be
lieves that many of Hum will sign
on tlie last day.
The board of e unity commissioner-
held a special met ting, but It was ad
journed and little business transacted.
F. H. liasconil) & company is build
ing a new .-lore room, modern in ev
Several real estate transfers have
taken plate the pa.it week, many of
them involving thousands of dollars.
' All Citizen readers should come to
the MeMlla valley and buy a piece of
dirt. It is bound to be a good invest
The territorial term of court has
adjourned. It was the most strenuous
term in the history of tlie county. U
seems that t.be juries were lor con
viction and they found a number of
A fraiK-hp has been granted to lo
cal capital's for an electric street
car system between this city and El
Las Cruces is on the boom a
healthy, prosperous boom. Many
houses are under construction and old
houses are being improved. The
schools are getting too email to ac
commodate the rising generations,
who get tbuir education through ttte
public schools. Eastern capitalists
ar besieging the old town aud buying
The Fuehr Undertaking Company
Successor to Edwards & Fuehr
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Bath 'Phones. Day or Night
I can save you money on Diamonds. When you
buy diamonds from me you trade with a reliable
tlnilBA t h '1 1 mnan. vsti hut, t n m nn a vlvht
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When you buy diamonds right you have a safe
Investment, that's as good as government bonds. Diamonds Increase
in value every year, and they bring pleasure, win hearts and. increase
your prestige. You are cordially invited to call and Inspect my
beautiful line of gems at price Jewelers cannot buy at wholesale
ROSENFIELO, The Pawnbroker. - The Man You Can Trus
i 1189 Railroad avenue, next door to the St. Elmo, Albuquerque. N. M.
Railroad Tickets bought and sold transactions guaranteed.
MEL INI & EAKIN, Wholesale INor and Oar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F. C. Whiskies, Moet ft
Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Loyils A. B. ,C. Bohemian and
Jos. SchlifV Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owner and distributor
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The Williams Dtg Co.
G. B. WILLIAMS and F. W. SC1IMALMAACK, Proprietor.
Compounded by a
Member of the Firm
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
WHERE TO Pircre WELL
Santa Fe Restaurant
REGULAR MEALS, 25 CENTS.
Service a la carte, Day and Night. Private dining rooms.
OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY. FISH, LOBSTERS AND GAME IN
Under Savoy Hotel, opposite Passenger Hotel.
C. E. SUNTAGG, Proprietor. '
FOUND AT LAST
Woolens laundered without shrinking. We have added to our al
ready well equipped laundery a machine with which we can handle
woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them they
are Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring them to u
and we will straighten them out for you.
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The Future Railroad Metropolis of New
Located on the Geen Gut-off of The Atchison,, Topvka
Santa P"e Railway
Belen is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe systemleading east and west from Chicago,
Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Belen Town acd Improvement Company Own the Belcn Townstte
Of 1,000 business and re.sid. nt -e lots, size 25x142 feet, laid out with hroad S and 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with heautiful lake and public park and grand 'old shade trees; public school house, cost
ing 116.000; churches, Commercial club; a population of l,5ti0 inhabitants; larsri st mercantile establishments in New Mexico; the Helen Patent Holler mill, capacity, 150 barrels daily; larye winery; three hotels,
restaurants, etc. Helen is the largest shipping point for wool, flour, wheat, wine, beans and hay in Central New Mexico. Its importance as a great commercial railroad city initio mar future cannot be estimated.
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH.
The lots offered are in the enter of the city, well graded, (many of them improved by cultivation) ; no sand or gravel. We need a first-class bakery, tailor shop, slioe house, jeweler, plumbing shop, planing mil!,
coal and wood yard, druc s'ore, harness shop, etc., tc Also a first-class modern hotel.
, OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS.
APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES, IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
M JOHN BECKER, President
Town and improvement Company
WM. M. BERGER, Secretary
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