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ALliUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN
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A Word from Josh Wise.
Any lobster e n be neu
tral, tint it takes a man
V l.e Independent.
However, the Pennsylvania Perry
was the one that was not canned.
One of the officials of the X. Y.. X.
H. & H. railroads says that Rocke
feller does not Influence its rate?. He
shouldn't tempt John that way.
the band stand, on Broad street,
where many vehicles were engaged
for the occasion, to carry those tak
Inn the trip to various countries and
finally back to the United States.
From the band stand the trip was
made to Mexico, and thence to Eng
land, Ireland, Scotland, German.
Japan and the United States, where
the visitors were pleasantly enter
tained and refreshed with dishes pe
culiar to the tastes of the people of
At the conclusion of the trip, all
congregated at "United States," the
Miners' Union Hall, where a short pro
gram was delightfully rendered.
AmoiiR thosrts on tho program
worthy of mention were Miss Pearl
Lady, who spoke a humorous piece
quite well; and Herbert Carvil's de
livery of the difficult recitation of
VVlrginins," was indeed fine.
HE TRIED TO CAPTURE
WHOLE FRENCH ARMY
THAT'S WHY THAT FIERY PAUL DEROULEDE WAS BANISHED
FROM THAT' DEAR FRANCE, BUT NOW THAT DISMAL EXILE IS
OVER, AND HE WILL RETURN TO THAT PARIS.
"Isn't she a trim little thing?"
"She ought to be. She's a milliner.'
Milking Spotted Cows.
People are eorhplalnlng of certafln
people milking their cows in pasture.
They're spotted, too. Galllpolis (O.)
On the Level Shakes.
We met Dr. Vail, dentist, of
Philadelphia, on our streets, shaking
hands with old acquaintances, on last
Monday. He said he was not a candi
date for office. We have known the
noctor for many years, and can truth
fully say he is a kind, friendly and
sociable gentleman. New Philadel
phia (O.) Democrat.
Paris, Xov. 17. (Hanted amnesty;
by the parliament against, which he i
declared his enmity six years ago, j
l'anl Deroulede, the exile, is prepar
;nc to return to France. Deroulede
in other ways famous, ciimbed the:
pinnacle of notoriety when, at the)
funeral of President Fame, in Feb-:
ruary, lsyit, he attempted to capture!
the whole French army sms'e Banded. !
Port, in l'arls in lS4t', he was first j
publicly known as a dramatist. tfe-
nmlede was .a popular ' hero of tnei
Franco-Prussian war, reeriviim !hc
cross of the 'Legion of Honor at ai
time when the distinction meant,
something. His "Songs of the Sol-j
diers" made him popular with the
musses. lie quickly louniicu me
League of Patriots and with his fol
lowers developed a chronic habit for
getting into trouble.
Made a member of the chamber ot
be in the hands of the secretary of the
civil service board at Denver. iu
position carries with it a salary of
ju60 a year, and there are a numler
Pieter Van Bruggen has been p-
New I pointed carrier It Wlebo Smit, sib-
stitute on the Maxwell Uity rural i
Jeremiah Gonzales has been ap
pointed postmaster at Salt Lake, So
corro county, vice Antonio Gonzales,
Thomas B. Meek has been appoint
ed postmaster at Arabella, Lincoln
county, vice A. M. Richardson, de
ceased. Postoffice Discontinued.
The postoffice at Genova, Union
county, has been discontinued and the
mail for that point will be dispatched
The postoffice at Lochiel, Santa
Cruz, county, Arizona, has been dis
continued and tne man win De sem
Chance for a Light Eater.
WANTED Good road horse, with
a small appetite to keep this wlnte)1;
no plugs wanted. Eugene Stone, R.
F; D. 2, Geneva. Advertisement . in
Geneva (O.) Free Press.
The Detroit man who erected a
monument to satan probably felt the
old fellow should hare one where he
was best known.
Official Notaries Appointed.
The following notaries public hive
been appointed the past week by Gov
ernor Miguel A. Otero:
Thomas Cordova, La Joya, Soqni
county; George 1. Craig, Albucfne:
que, Bernalillo county.
Examination for Janitor.
By Saturday evening, November IS, deputies by his admirers, he became
all examination papers for janitor of 80 great an agitator, that many re-
the federal bunding in Santa Fe must parded him as a lunatic. This belief
was strengthened, when at raures
funeral he seized the reign of the
horse ridden by General Roget and de
manded that "the army march upon
the Klysee. ,
He was accused of a plot against
the government and finally sentenced
to banishment from France.
It was on the occasion of his trial
before the high court that Delourede
proclaimed his opinions, which were
loudly scoffed. He said that he had
not wanted to overthrow the republic,
because his own principles were re
publican; but that he only wanted to
have a republic, and did not think
there was one in France. He stated
that the absolute submission which
the French people had accepted be
fore parliament, putting all initiative
and power In the hands of senators
and deputies and intrusting them with
the privileges of electing the presi
dent, opened the way to the worst of
He prophesied that unless the peo-
' The food is pretty good here, con
sidering it's a quick lunch. You get
a rim for your money."
"Yes, and for your food, too."
"Was the silent vote much, of a fac
tor in the election in your town?"
"No, the silent vote has been falling
off ever since the women were grant
ed the right of franchise."
A Chest Protector.
"Why is it one always wakes up
just at the most interesting point in a
"I give it up, but it's always that
way. I dreamed the other night that
1 was out In my auto and just as the
car was about to hit. a baby carriage
a policeman reached for me to arrest
me for scorching, and I woke up right
Th noHtoffiee at Sibley, San Miguel
county, has been discontinued. Mail
goes to Las Vegas.
A postoffice has been established at
Taylor, Colfax county. John C. Tay
lor has been appointed postmaster.
A STRANGE TALE COMES
FROM THE HILLS.
A special dispatch from Las Vegas
to the Denver News, dated Nov. 15,
says: One ot the strangest tales of
the remarkable endurance of a little
child ever told comes from the little
village of Galllnas, near Las Vegas.
This morninx the three-year-old son
of Leandro Maestas, who strayed from
his home eight days before, was found
in the mountain forest manfully striv
ing to walk toward the rescuers. The
boy left home 'barefooted and thinly
clad. There was several inches of
snow covering the ground and the
temperature of nights dropped to 15
degrees. The little fellow was aw
fully emaciated, but It is believed will
recover from the ordeal. He was
found in a dense forest eight miles
from the place whence he strayed by
a party searching for his body.
A BOOM IN OIL
REPORTED FROM ROSWELL
ACTIVE DRILLING WILL BE COM.
MENCED ON PROPERTY NEAR
THAT CITY BY HOMIi COMPANY.
vile were given some voice in the ad
ministration of their affairs, France
' fe? $
All Kindt of Fresh and Slt Meat.
Steam 8autage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street
Smoke the- White Lily Cigar.
US 12 W. Railroad Aveon.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Brot.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronRge and w guar
antee first class baking.
207 S. First Street. Albuquerque.
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Established In 1882
F, G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agent for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Heekin A'Co.'b Coffees. Im
boden's Granite Flour.
Staplft and Fancy
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
would come to know a tyranny com
pared to which that of ancient ty
rannical kings would be as nothing,
and that the day would come when
the majority in parliament would rep
resent the minority of the population;
that l he state would be governed ac
cordingly for a lew, against the mass,
and that this system would by that
time be too firmly establishes for Us
overthrow to he possible without a
revolution. He therefore clamored
for a reform of the constitution then
and there, not sacrificing the republic,
but saving It.
It was only two or three years later,
when events, began to prove how
clearly he had seen, that his pro
nhetic words were remembered. It Is
a fact today that the parliamentary
maiorltv In France, represents the
popular minority, and that the presi
dent, leaving aside what prerogatives
he has, enables the parliament to rule
214 South Second Street.
FOUND AT LAST
Woolens Sundered without shrinking. We have added to our al
ready well equipped lanndery a machine with which we can handle
woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them they
are Just like new. It other laundries shrink them, bring them to us
and we will straighten them out for you.
BACK OF P. O.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO
DELEGATION FROM PECOS
CALLED ON PRESIDENT
AND LAID BEFORE HIM PROPOSI
TION FOR GOVERNMENT TO
PURCHASE IRRIGATION SYSTEM.
SETTLERS GOING INTO
i ESTANC1A VALLEY
IOWA FARMERS MADE SIX SOL
DIER'S HOMESTEAD 'ENTRIES
MONDAY MORE WILL FOLLOW.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY. GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail I
HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MaoMANUS, Mgr.
603 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at .1. C ttaldrldge's Lum
TOTI A OR API
Dealers Ik Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your order (or
this line with us.
213-216-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
We are prepared to furnieh, on Vhort notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Type Boiler.
Cahall Water Tuba Safety, and Re- v ,
turn Tubular Boiler. Send u your .
Specifications for Quotation. -
The Hendrie & Bolthoif Mfg. and Scpply Co.
I62M639 Seventeenth Street. DENYER, COLORADO q
A non-partisan delegation from
-i . . 1 .1 A . K niaalH ant
Scuts' witThinl the Propped e ' J"'.!'
Harbin, of Waterloo, la.,
agent, and who Is at
to the i YoTernn"ent of an Irrigation Monday made a desert land entry
L A."? vi,w v. mpt. upon 160 acres of land In township
,PJV.i" T.;.7nh f' WashTn on". 7 north, range 8 east, which has been
The delegation consisted of Judge Jurt opened for settlement in lor
4 A ITruumnn W. A. Kill aV. J. Li. '"-
Roswell are to
men has been
oil properties about
be worked. A com
of Roswell business
organized and has
Ballard. A. H. Hove, C. H.
eath and F. M. Tracey. They are
urging the secretary of the interior
to buy the plant which has been built
to irrigate the Pecos Valley. The
dam and its contingent system were
constructed by private Individuals, at
a cost of $750,000. Last spring a flood
carried away a part of the dam and
left the reservoir practically dry. The
farms, orchards, vineyards and gar
dens whioh were Irrigated by tftt
system are threatened wlta. total de
struction unless the dam is rehullt.The
delegation proposes to sell the entire
plant to the government for $150,000.
The president promised to give full
consideration to the proposition.
On Dental Work. Platee, $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. Armijo Building.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
G nral Bgilding Supplies
Third and Marqoette
Son Lost MotTier.
"Consumption runs in our family,
and through It I lost my mother,"
writes E. B. Reld, of Harmony, Me.
"For the past five years, however,
on the slightest sign of a Cough or
I In addition to Mr. Harbin, six sol
dier's homestead entries were made in
the same township by Iowa men who
come from the vicinities of Waterloo
and Algona. and with whom Mr. Har
bin is well acquainted. Before six
months are over, it looks as if there
would be a colony of hardy and ex
perienced Iowa farmers in the Estan
In addition to the homestead entries
made above, there are several citizens
who live near Algona and Waterloo,
now on the road to New Mexico, for
the purpose of becoming permanent
settlers in Torrance county. Town
ship 8 north, range 9 east, will, also
be opened for settlement and filing
in the month ot January. It Is be
lieved that the township wherein the
town of Estancla is located, will also
be open for settlement about that
time. This Is township 6 north, range
The Fuehr Undertaking Company
Successors to Edwards & Fuehr
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Day or Night
taken nvpr thn oil lands.
The, work of drilling for oil will be ( Cold, I have -taken Dr. King's New
enmnioufPfl immediately. Tests have Discovery for Consumption, which
We will hear those wedding bells
jingle in our vicinity in the near fu
ture. See if we .are not right. Wag
erville correspondence Klyria (O.)
shown that there are great oil depos
its beneath the land around Roswell
has saved me serious lung trouble."
His mother's death was a sad Iosb for
The hold up man had gone through
"Is this all you have?'' be said, "a
list of groceries to order and a sample
'Yes,' said the wretched vleti'lu.
"You see, I'm a married man."
Maybe They Were.
Will Raulins and Miss Maggie look
ed sweet Sunday. Fast land r-orre
spondence Sequachee (Tenn.) News.
Tht- new comnanv will Investigate . Mr. Reld, but he learned that lung
and if the property has one-nan tne
value represented, a great oil boom
is hound to follow.
Nearly all the stock of the newly
organized oil company has been sub
scribed, and It is doubtful if any will
he placed upon the market for sale.
trouble must not be neglected, and
how to cure it. Quickest relief and
cure Tor coughs and colds. Price 50c
and $1.00; guaranteed at all druggists.
Trial bottle free.
Just because people want to know
where Russell Sage lives is no sign
they are going to get any answer
when they write to him with a touch
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every ounce of food you eat that falls
to digest does a pound of harm. It
turns the entire meal Into poison, tnti ;
not only deprives the blood of the nec-;
essary tissue-building material, but it;
poisons it. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is .
a perfect dlgestant. It digests the food ;
regardless of the condition of tne
stomach. It allows that organ to rest
and get strong again. Relieves the
Belching, Heart Burn, Sour Stomach,
Indigestion, Palpitation of the HeartJ
etc. Sold hy all druggists.
"Drip, drip, drip, oil everywhere"
better cook withsafe gaa.
Mothers everywhere praise One Min
urfe Cough Cure for the sufferings it
has relieved and the lives of their lit
tl ones it has saved. A certain cure
for Coughs, Croup and Whooping
Cough. Makes breathing easy, cuts
out phlegm, and draws out the inflam
mation. Sold by all druggists.
Llnuors. wines and cordials the
finest line In the city. All aoode dellv
ered free. Ernest Meyers & Co., 116
West Silver avenue.
For One Week Only! 8??' rf $10 Pictures for $6
Mad giv with trn E"c
taoh doitn M .KJa
On 93 Carbon
Artistic Frame. ONE WEEK ONLY!
I Jib to 19tb
pennincton & bruhn, 309 West Railroad Avenue
Will do all your CARPET,
HOUSE and WINDOW CLEAN
ING, and doctor your stove, at
the rate of 25 cents per hour.
Phone Red, 271. Auto, 630.
311 North Seventh Street 31 1
GO TO THE
New Planing Mill
South of Viaduct, on First 8treet
FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
O. E. GUSTAFSON, Proprietor.
Boarding Horsea a Specialty
The Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.
I. H. COX, Manaer.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brass Fittings and Valves, Steam and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line or bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
Auto. 'Phone, 71. - 412 W. Railroad Ave. Colo. 'Phone, J3.
BELOW THE WHOLESALE PRICE. SHOULD
YOUR JEWELER OFFER TO SELL YOU A
DIAMOND EVEN AT COST, IT WOULD
still pay you to buy It from ua, as we are In a position to sell dia
monds that have been pawned to us at 20 per cent less than retail
jewelers buy at wholesale.
ROSENFIELD, The Pawnbroker. The Man You Can Trust
118 Railroad avenue, next door to the St. Elmo, Albuquerque, N.
Railroad .tickets bought and sold transactions guaranteed.
MELINI & EAKIN, Wholesale liquor and Ci'ar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. V. C. Whlsklee. Moet
Chandon Wihlte Seal Champagne, St. Louie A. B. C Bohemian and
Jos. Schlltt Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owners and distrlbutorii
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue aa4
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
i SAM KEE
e says that he has lots of pretty
thines. comorislng Toys, Indian
e Curios, Mexican Drawnwork, and e"
e Chinese and Japanese goods, for t
e 215 South Second Street. V
The Williams Drtig Co.
G. B. WILLIAMS and K. W. SCHMALMAACK, Proprletora.
Compounded by a
Member of the Firm
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Regular Disorderly Conduct.
This wet k is court wt-ek. Some of
the boys are afraid of having to at
tend. Th're are already several sum
moned to court. There is more fight
ing here (ban any place I ever saw,
but it don't amount to very much af
ter ail, for the most of it Is fighting
fleas ami chinces. Pittsburg corre
spondence Sequachee (Tenn.) News.
Shame on Ye.
onite a rmwd from here attended '
the Roso-ip pii uic Saturday, and came
home well snaked. Sherrodsville cor:
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The Future Railroad
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Metropolis of New
Located on the Belen Cut-off ot The Atchison, Topeka &.
Santa Fe Railway
Uncle Henry's Primer.
is a wash board.
a house hold im-phMiient.
wah -hoard has a-!out lx
Ask sis ter to play
and low on it.
She will smack your jaw.
The wash-board is fui' mother. Sis
ter would riot touch it.
But just wait uu-til she gets mar
ried. Circumstantial Evidence.
frs A. l. Parker and daughter-in-
law must surely aim to keep borders
this winter as you can see strings of
dried beans hanging around. I think
fhey will last all winter, as all the
hoys are at home. Roopn eorrespoiid
ence Seijuachee (Tenn.) News.
Globe, Ariz., Nov. 15. The ladle"
i f the D.iptist church yesterday aiter
noon and last night gave an entertain
ment that was very unicpie. It was
called "A Trip Around tha World."
The Marling point of the trip was
Belen, is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe sy.tem-leading east and west from Chicago,
Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Bclcn Town and Improvement Company Own the Belcn Townsite
aurants, etc. iseien is i"u miire.-i mjiim'mib ijiui ,i -
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA PE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH.
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,,. ,, , , ,,. ,r,,, ,.i w nped a flrst-class hakery. tailor shop, shoe house, jew ler, plumbing shop, planing mill.
The lots offered are In the center of the city, well graded, (many of them Improved bj cultivation); no -and or grind. We need a first class y.
coal and wood yard, dn.g store, harness -hop. euv. etc. Also a first -lass 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
The Belen Town and Improvement Company
WM. M. BE
JOHN BECKER, President
WM. M. BERGEPv, Secretary jj
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