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THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 19C5.
UHE EVENING CITIZEN
Ps'lUbes Dslly Weekly y
)Tke Citizen Publishing Company
Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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ALHUC.UEI.QUK KVKXINO CITIZEN.
II BANK INSTITUTIONS
a Pmtnffto far tranaanlaakia thn
oday's Meeting Adopted Constitution and By
Laws Very Similar to Los Angeles
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The Associated Charities of Albil-
ucrque nave coiupieieu an i)rsiin.-
n. The meeting held mm aiternoou
clouted a sonst tuition and a set 01
by-laws very similar to an organlza-
ion of the game Kind in i,os aiikcics.
Cal. These rules and laws wnicn
ave been in vogue in uie jas nuscn.-
organization for a number oi years,
and which have been found to appiy
ft everv nhase of charily worn, weie
adopted by the Albuquerque associa
tion almost verbatim. They seem to
fit the needs of Albuquerque, exacuy.
and there is no doubt nut mai mey
will meet with the approval of the
The constitution ana b(-i
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The Citizen's Classified Columns Promote Business
Here you'll find
what you've been
"With the coming of cold weather a
formula for good anti-freezing solu
tion to be used In motor vehicle radi
ators mav not come amiss. One of
lhn best solutions which has been
used for that purpose is: Glycerin
9 per cent; sodium carbonate, 2 per
cent, and water, 49 per cent. One
filllnz of the water system will last
Indefinitely, as neither the water nor
r-ivrerln will evaDorate to any great
extent. The mixture is comparatively
rhean. and thorough testing has
proved that it has no effect on gal
vanised iron or rubber nose, ana very
little action on copper. A mixture
of roual portions of glycerin and
water shows up very well, but Is not
ouite aa stood.
"Kid" Parker, who was recently re
leased from a Denver sanitarium
naya he will return to the ring.
"Denver Ed" Smith, the once prom
Inent heavy weight prize fighter.
oooductini a boxing school at New
port. Ky. He says he is out of the
fighting game forever.
Ianul Zanewtll. the novelist and
-vlavwrtsht. has taken up boxing. Well
wliy not? Look at the boxers who
have taken up writing and the stage
Yale Is the only team that has beat
tn Syracuse this season.
Griffin, who weighs 165 pounds, and
plays center for Dartmouth, is ope of
the lightest but most effective in the
position among the New England coi
Jim Parr, the well known heavy
weight wrestler, expressed confidence
in his ability to take the measure ot
Fred Beel, the Wisconsin whirlwind,
on the mat. Parr Is seeking a finish
contest, best two in three falls.
A New York automobile concern it
building three machines that will be
capable of running 120 miles an hour
two miles a minute for several
fiours in succession. The claim is
made that there is a demand for such
machines, both here and abroad. It
la almost certain that one of the cars
now being built will take part in the
Florida races. The cars will be listed
The New York Oiants will not be
taken to California for spring training
after all. The team will get into con
dition in Savannah or Memphis. Mc
Graw says only a few exhibition
Karnes will be played. The team goes
south late In February.
Young Corbett, who lias shown
lack of form in his four last fights,
will not re-enter the ring until late
next month, when he will meet Fred
lenders, who was recently given a
sleeping potion by Willie Fitzgerald
in 25 rounds at 'Frisco. Corbett and
lenders will weigh in at 133, ringside.
Tad Jones, Yale's speedy quarter,
will not play again until the sons of
Eli line up against Harvard. His
sprained ankle Is still troubling him,
and the coat-hen will take no chances
by permitting him to play before his
condition warrants it.
Manager Nolan announced in New
York this week that Battling Nelson's
next opponent in the ring will be
Jimmy Gardner. Nolan t-aid ho tiad
promised the Boston boy the first
chance at Battling and that Britt
must stand aside until Nelson is ready
to take him on. Terry Mcflovern's
manager made a fruitless effort to se
cure the promise of a fight with Nel
The decision of a New York Judge
that boxing bouts, held under the au
spices of a duly organized club, at
which no admission fee was charged,
are not a violation of the law, has
encouraged Gotham sports to believe
that the lid may lie raised soon and
limited round bouts pulled off umb.r
Athletic relations between Kansas
and Nebraska may be resumed next
year. Five years ago these two col
leges severed relations because of the
treatment of the Kansas team during
a game on the Lincoln gridiron. It is
proposed to form a trl-state alliance,
com poised of Kansas, Nebraska and
n;n Williams, of the Santa Fe se
cret service department, arrived from
the south this morning and Is spend
ing the day In the city.
Try one for
Book ( Rclp la 0eb pkg.
This association shall be called The
Associated Charities of Albuquerque.
The objects of the Association are:
i To secure co-operation among
the different charities or Aiouuun-
. ......... Ihn
que. in practical mci".
..rsvniion iiaunerlsm. the promo
tion of thrift, and the more aertain
relief of the worthy poor.
2 To gain a more perfect knowl
edge of the poor, with a view to disc
overing: their true neeus, 10 im-.u
them how to reach health and inde
pendence, and to carry to mem
friendly social influences wholly sep
arated from almsgiving.
3 To secure a more efficient dis
tribution or relief among toe worthy
poor between voluntary and official
charity, to direct the suffering to the
Institutions adapted to tneir specie
forms of need, and to place the re
sults of this mediation at the dis
posal of organized or private benevo
4 To prevent lnuiscriiiniiaie -
giving and to detect Imposture, by
making work the basis of all relief
to the able-bodied, and for such a pur
pose to work for the msiuuuun oi
Industrial Home, roor nous.-,
The methods by which these objects
will be sought, are:
1 The maintenance of a liead of
fice in which every case relieved,
either by official charity or private .as
sociations, shall be registered, and, a
far as may be, recorded statistically
and historically. This record, while
private and confidential, shall be at
t, service of all who are interested
in the poor, subject only to such reg
ulations as will preserve me "' '
spect of those who are the proper ob
Jects of charity.
The establishment of special op
portunltles for giving to the transient
poor employment in exchange for re
Tho svmnathv of the Association
shall be as broad as humanity; to
1 Nothing shall be done or publish-
ort Vi v the Association that wouia
alienate the Interest of any good per
son la its aims.
2 No visitor while engaged In its
work, shall discriminate against any
one on account of creed, politics or na
tionality. , ,
3 'So officer -of this Association
shall use the influence of Tiis posi
tion for purposes of proselytizing.
1 Any person Is a member of this
Association who has paid into the
treasury the sum of not less than S5
within a year.
2 The following persons shall be
The Mayor. Chief of Police, City
Physician, President of the couny
Board, The Sheriff, County Physician,
and the Ministers of all the churches
in the city of Albuquerque. 1
The annual meetings of the Associa
tion slall be held (to be arranged
Special meetings of the Associa
tion may be called by the President,
or by any fifteen members of the As
sociation or by any eight members of
the Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors shall meet
monthly, or upon tlie call of the Pres
ident or any eight Directors.
ARTICLE VII. '
Organization and Officers.
1 The Association shall consist of
its members, who shall each have one
vote at all its annual meetings.
2 It shall be governed by a Board
3The officers of the Association
shall be as follows: A President,
three vice Presidents, two oi wiium
shall also be directors, a General Sec
retary, a Treasurer, all of whom
bhall be chosen at the annual meeting
from year to vear. and shall hold
their several offices until their succes
sors are chosen: but the Hoard of
Directors shall have power to sus
pend or remove any officer upon a
vote of two thirds ot lis body.
4 The President shall preside ut
all nieciiiiM ot the Association. He
khall docide all puiuts of procedure,
bubject to the usual appeal. He shall
appoint all committees not otherwise)
provided for in this Constitution oi l
In the By-Laws. He shall have ac-'
cess to all records and documents ot I
The Vice Presidents, in the order,
of their selection, shall have all Miel
powers and perform all the duties of
the president, in his absence, or dnr ,
ing a vacancy occasioned by hi sus
pension or removal by the Board on
Dire. tin s, and until a new President J
Tile SecrelMiy hall be responsible ,
lor the colli ciKiu ol luisiN. and shall
keen all the ncncial records and ac
1 . . . . I, fi.ii iu
I counts. Me nia'l pay ov i ,ni uoi.i-
io t ie Tre:i--m ei . using his recei,
jtherelor. He -Lull draw all orders
I upon the Treasurer fcr ail Money
j paid by the A-sociatlnit. He shall
render an account of the affairs of
i his office whenever called up to ib
so by the lliiaid of Direclois. H"
shall furnish a Ixind in muuiiul to be
fixed by the liourd of Directors. The
Secretary kIui'I lie paid such salary ns
the Board of Directors bhall tlx.
Toe Treasurer shall be liie eiisio
diau id all the mom s of 'he Ami
clailon. H. shall give bonds for the
faithful peiforniHiieo of his duties.
Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors shall be
composed of fifteen members, chosen : f
at. the anmi'tl meeting, and shall con
trol all mutters' relating to the work
of the Association.
The proceedings of all (he meetings
of ihe Association shall be regulated
by By-Laws, to be made from time to
time, and enloiced by the Board of
I ,(.... ..fa I.,.. tin ltv.1 ah aholl 1,41
I'll , i I. .in, uui -'J c,w,i .- ; r r-
altered or a new one adopted without WANTED A girl to help with cook
i,,iin ihnt'fuif htivlniT Itsion citron at ing and house work. Ho ooum
9 nrlor resular meetlnB of the Board' Third street.
m Directors. '
One cent per word, each in
sertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 15c.
Make your wanta
Citizen Ads Wili Reach Them
W A N T E it Clean rags.
The Cit z'-n office.
WANTED Ihree painters,
wages. C. A. Hudson.
Three gentlemen board
nvalids. 410 South Edith
Twenty five members shall const!
WANTED Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Ad
dress, P. O. Box 73, city.
-j WANTED Ueniiemen s secouu-uauu
clothing. No. bio aoutn r irsi siroei
Boutb of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor
WANTED Log Jobbers with stock,
long contracts; also white pine
grader. E. L. Do Camp, care J. M.
Dennis Lumber Co.. Rhoades. Arix.
tnte a quorum at the annual meetings
of the Association. Eight shall con
Btitute a quorum of the Board of Di
Reports shall lie made by the Pres-
1,1.,.. T run mi fa ami SunrnlflrtT At
unfh annniil meeting nf the Assocla- FOR RENT
tlnn ..n,i liv tho TreaKiirr and Secre- FJR" RENT Large, furnished fron
tary. whou required by the Board of. room, over postoffice.
Distribution of Funds.
The distribution of the funds to the
Money Co Loan
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly maae
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CU.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the worm.
Rooms 3 anil 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
Montezuma Trust Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus $100000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
TO RENT One side of store room,
at i!09 South Second street.
PTJr" RENT One nicely furnished
ritn sin Smith waiter street.
various charitable organizations of poa kkNT Nicely furnished room
nit.. ,. h n II l.H nm,ln V. a hA a-istarWI - .... .. ..
for gentleman, not an Invalid.
South Walter street.
the city shall be made by the Board
of Directors, upon rejiorts of actual
charitable work done by the various
societies or Institutions.
A msnri msnta
Tlila nnnstit ntinn nmv lip amtMirfetf rOR RENT
at anv meeting of the Association. I View terrace, eight
provided that notice of 1he Intention
to move an amendment thereto shall
have been given in the notification of FOR
unon. nut no amendment snau De and it Der monui. w. iwn,
deemed as carried unless It has re- 524 John street, east and of viaduct,
FOR RENT Furnished rooms
housekeeping. Large and airy.
West Railroad avenue.
Apartments in Park
modern enulnmetit throughout. H.
H. Tilton. room 19, Grant block.
-RENT Nicely furnished cot-
the meeting at which It Js to 6e acted tage flats, two and three rooms, $10
celved the vote of two-thirds of the por hext Furnished rooms,
.. , ,,. 1 . llnht
llicuiueia (jicnr-iii. , day WCClt Or IllOlllli; hibu
housekeeDlng. The La Veta, 11 A
West Lead avenue. Mrs. J. Flaming,
ARTICLE I. j FOR SALE
The meetings of the Association KO'lCsALE Entire" furnishings of
shall be in accordance with the Con- five-room cottage. 120 South Arn
stitutiou at the time and place des gtreet.
Ignated iy the president in the can
FOR SALE A Haddle pony. Enquire
of J. W. McQuade, 234 North Walter
SELL. RENT OR TRADE List your
property with T. L. McSpadden, 300
The order of business of 'all meet
ings shall be as follows: ,
1 Calling of the Roll.
2 Reading of Minutes.
3 Report of Committees.
4 Report of Officers.
6 Unfinished Business.
6 New Business.
The Secretary shall attend all meet
ings of the Association and keep min
utes of the proceedings of the same. j.'0'R SAJJ.0 A handsome Hardnian
He sTinll cause notices of all meetings, piano, in fine condition and almost
to he given and Keep sucn recoras as, new, at a 'bargain. "or particu1
are required by the Board of Direct- Jars, call at this office.
ors. He shall notity tne otneers and
all members of committees of their
PTTft SALE Must, leave town, an
will sell my piano at a bargain. Ad
dress. B. O.. this office
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good bus!
ness for city property. T. u
Spadden, 300 South Broadway.
appointments. He shall have author-. TO EXCHANGE ooa improved cny
lr,. t Art.: norranlo uhnn nr.lorart hwl nrOnertV for VBCant lOtS. 1. Ll. B1C'
the President, for immediate relief In S
sums not to exceed $5 for any one McSPADDEN The
case. He shall draw no other war
spadden. 300 South Broadway.
rants except by order of the Board
of Directors. He shall perform such
other duties as are required by the
Board of Directors. He shall receive
such salary as the Board of Directors
may from I line to time establish.
The Treasurer shall be the custo
dian of the funds of the Association
and shall render reports as required
by the Constitution. He shall ac
See him for business exchanges
300 South Broadway.
FOUND A gold locket, bearing mou
ograra and containing pictures ot a
ladv and child. Owner can recover
same bv annlving at this ofBce, pay
Iiie reward to frnder and cost of
is often as great as woman's. But
knowledge all gilts to the Association Thos. fc. Austin, Mgr. of the "Repub-
and give such Inind as may be re- Mean," of Leavenworth, Ind., was not
quired by-the Board of Directors.
Section 1. The President shall ap-
Finance, consist-' five (5) physicians had failed to re
lieve her. After taking Electric im-
ters, she was perfectly cured, and can
now perform all 'her household du
ties." Guaranteed by an drugging
Notice For Bids.
Bids for the repair ot the bridge
unreasonable, when he refused to
allow the doctors to operate on his
wife, for female trouble. "Instead,
point annually the following standing he says, "we concluded to try Electric
committees from the members of the Bitters. Mv wife was then SO SlCK,
Association: I she could hardly leave her bed, and
. 1, ...!. ,Z nlM..lnlnna I, O A fatloi tfl rA
1 VUIIIIUI' ice u rillitliec, CIJIlDiai-
tng of five members
2 Committee on Legal Questions
consisting of three members.
3 Committee on Publications, con
sisting of ihree members.
4 Committee on Co-Operation, con
sisting of three members.
K Ami from Ihu Bonn! of Directors
an Auditing Committee, consisting of crossing the Rio Grande at Corrales
three. In accordance with the plans ana bps
Sec. 2.1 The duties of the Commit- clfications of the county surveyor,
tees shall be as follows: ' gled in the office ot the county clerk
1 The Committee on Finance shall
be charged with the duty of raising
funds to meet the expenses of the As
sociation. 2 The Committee on l egal Ques
tions shall have charge of all legal
matters pertaining to the Association
and shall investigate and report on
all legal ouest ions thai may be re
ferred to it.
3 The Committee, on Publication
shall be .charged with the duty of
making public, through the press or
otherwise, such matters as may pro
mote the objects of the Association.
4 The Committee on Co-Operation
shall be charged with the duty of
mainlining mid strengthening frlend-
Iv relatl ns between the Association
(Continued on page five.)
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
KiKinis 15 and 16, Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Both 'phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office
hours, 8:30 a. m to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30
m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap
pointments made by mail.
Bernard S. Rodey.
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the profession
Will practice in all courts of the terri
tory and before the United state
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
que, N. M. Oince, First National
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office Crom
well block, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. Stingle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 16. N
T. Armijo building, Albuquerque
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building
Albuquerque, N. M. Both phones.
D. F. McCrolling.
Civil engineering, surveying and
drafting, 209 Railroad avenue. Auto
matlc 'phone 740.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are
cheerfully furnished; Job work solic
ited. Automatic phone, 724; shop at
911 North' Second street, Albuquer
que, N. M.
With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities.
Tito IJank of GjommMG Af
Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation,
Accounts Capital, $150,000.00.
and Solicits New
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier
W.J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldridge
Solomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cromwell
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS President
M. W. FLOURNOY '. Vice President
FRANK McKEE ,K Cashier
R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier
R F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY. W!"
Authorised Capital $500.000.M
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fs Railway Company
A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon.
Room 25, Whifing building, over
Vann's drug store. Automatic
Osteopathic physician and surgeon
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. AH diseases ruccessfully
treated. Office in Hut.. 'it building.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. 8. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library building, East Railroad avenue.
will he received by the board of coun
tv eommissionera un to 10 o'clock, a,
m., Tuesday, November 28, 1905, the
board claiming the right to reject any
or all bids.
JAMES A. SUMMERS.
Stoves repaired and set up; furnl
ture set up and crated for shipment.
Rear of Walton's drug store.
L. H. SHOEMAKER.
"My child was burned terribly
about the face, neck and chest. I ap
plied Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. The
pain ceased and the child sank Into a
restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Han
sou. Hamburg, N. Y.
The Safe and Helpful Beverage-
COOD beer help9 the stomach to perform its
offices. It aids the digestion. The percentage of
alcohol In good beer is very small. (MOD beer
Wiener quenches the thirst and refreshes instant
ly and naturally. Athletes drink Wiener beer when
in training. They know that it is goml for them.
The absolute wholesoroenesa of Blats Beers is pre
determined by the Blutt Method, months before it
comes to you. Pure, sparkling water hops
barley malt brewed and matured in the good
BlaU way. The ideal home beverage.
VALBLATI BREWING CO., MILWAUKEE
rBNEST MEYERS & CO., Whole U Dealera,
Albuquerque , Mew fWrnlco.
fl Always tho Ss-rr e Good Old "Ble-ts
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M.
if, i a 'a a a " a t V
H. B. GILCHRIST,
Real Estate and Insurance.
Money to Ixian.
215 West Railroad Avenue.
What's the use of a helper, if f
S he isn't willing? Willingness is
an amplo mantle which will al-
most cover all the sins of serv- '
aT ice. But a classified advertise-
ment In The Evening Citizen is a
willing helper that Is not only
absolutely competent, but also is
a willing worker. It works all
4 the time for you. It is the best
and most economical publicity in f
t the world.
The State National Bank
DEPOSITS r.... $350 .000.00
We have nad a very satisfactory growth sines U Mtabllstmeat
of our bins. If you are not ons of our customsrs, ws should like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President. D. A. McPHERSON, Tic President
J. B. HERN DON, Cashier. BOY McDONALD, Assistant Cashier.
Flour, Grain and Provisions
RUTN E Y
'Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock ef Staple Groceries
In the Southwest. )
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
ALBUQUEKUE, N. M. Q
O O 400004000
"Drip, drip, drip, oil everywhere'
better cook with safe gas.
and CURE THE LUNC8
OLDS Frea Trial.
Soreat and Uuickeat Cure for all
TTTHOAT anil IYUVfr TEOUB.
f UtL or MONK'S BACK.
What's the use?
Would it pay any one to keep pound
lng away day after day, telling the
same story, making the same state
ment, if the statement was not hacked
by facts? Hardly; soon breakers
Hp atfb would be reached. When we say
is one of the greatest values to any
home, we know we are majiiug a
statement that an investigation will
prove true. Have you a Gas Water
Heater? Do you ' cook with gas in
winter? We can explain why you
should. Let us try it costs you noth-
Ins Albuquerp Gas, Electric Light & Power Company
VE FILL R. R ( J PPR
PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT NEXT TO BAr K OF COMMERCE
At Consistent Prices 203 W. F atlroad Ave.
.1. C. HALDRI DGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
t'HERM AN-WILLIAM3 PAINT BUILDLN'O PAPER Always
loKF EST SSffi ruT risste., Lime. C.ment,
measure. Paint. Glass, Sash Doors, te.
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.