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MONDAY, JINE 8. 11M.7.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY 1
By The Citizen Publishing Co.
i THE CUB'S CORNER jj
W. S. STRICKLER
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
FINTXY FXjnrrED JOB DEPARTMENT.
BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN T11E SOl'TmVEST.
LEADING REPUBLICAN TATEll IX NEW MEXICO.
BOOSTING AIJIVQCERQCE AND TIIE SOUTHWEST.
REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES AND THE "SQUARE PEAL."
ASSOCIATED TRESS REPORT AND AUXILIARY XEWS SERVICE.
WiCC Sentence Be Commuted;
Rut four more davs of life are lfft to Mrs. Vnlcntina Madrid find Alma
Lyons for the murder of the former's husband unless Governor Kaynolds
commutes the sentence of death,
win ho do it?
As The Ottzen stated some time ago, the crime is a henlotis one. but
there are a number of weighty reasons why these girl-women should not
Neither one realizes why the death sentence was imposed; neither one
Vnnws the irrnvltv of the crime committed.
It In a ixior case and a poor time to establish a precedent for the
hanging of women In New Mexico, and the sentences ought to be commuted
Vt v all means.
At Hlllsboro. preparations are already being made for the execution
and the commutation should be ordered at once In order to save the expense
the enclosure and the double scaffold.
Late Information from Hillsboro Is to the effect that the nanglhg will
lake nlnce earlv on June 7. unless otherwise ordered.
Governor Kaynolds could not perform a more popular act than to save
New Mexico the shame of hanging these two moral degenerates and com
muting the death sentence to life Imprisonment.
Will he do It?
WfVites Way cf Ru66ing it in
Something like $28,000 was lost In
stage lire in Inwer California the
other day. And It wasn't stage
Four Albunuerqu norta fountain
artists are said to have lost their jobs
during the last week on account of
poor business. With such grim evi
dence the weather man's figures
Albuquerque's latest novelty. New
and pleasing. Free foot douche and
shower bath. Step on the nail head,
it will do the rest. Follow th pro
cession. Northeast corner of Second
street and Gold avenue.
Personal Note: After an absence of
several days, during which time she
has been taking the renowned Hio
Grande mud bath treatment, Central
(alias Railroad) avenue has again ap
peared in our midst.
Alhnqtieniuo Market Quotations.
I'mbrellaa; Strong and rising.
Rubbers: Rising quotations on
steady demand in spite of numerous
Wool Sox: Supply exhausted.
Refrigerators: No demand.
The Younger Man: "Strange that
women can't throw straight."
The Older Man: "Yes er my
wife tells me she threw herself at
another fellow missed and caught
"You were at Kaseman's country
home last summer, weren't you?"
"I spent a week there."
"What are the most attractive fea
tures of the place."
"The city improvements he has
Wouldn't an Albuiiueniuo business
man think It was awful If he had
to work until midnight for four suc
cessive nights. Just think of it:
4 Nights 4
Hut then you know it's different
when it reads like this
80 Chorus Girls 80
Among those entitled to a Carne
gie medal for bravery, but not
awarded one, were:
The Ohio republicans who are sup
The minister who married Corey
and Mabelle Oilman.
The man who suggested Cortci
. you as a dark horse.
The man who "took 'em off" the
first week In May.
Rock Island com 10
St. Paul , 74 4
St. Paul 125
Southern Hallway . IS
Union Pacific 1304
V. S. S. com 3 2 i
U. S. S. pfd
Greene Cananea 14'
Calumet and Arizona 162
Old Dominion 44
Copper Range 78 '4
Helvetia . 6
North Hutte 02 H
Rutte Coal 23 "
Sup. and Pgh 15 4
October cotton $11. 3
Summary of conditions.
New York, June 3. Financial Bu
reau London lower.
Atchison down 4 ; Reading N :
Union Pacific ; Louisville & Nash
ville H ; Krie Steel ; Amalgam
ated Copper ; St. Paul up Vi ; New
York Central Vt ; Pennsylvania Hi
Canadian Pacific .
Unseasonable weather will be Influ
ential In operating for a professional
ttempt at extension of recession In
the stock market, but In the absence
of liquidation of consequence, a re
covery after temporary Irregularity,
seems likely this week with a better
market later in the month, In anti
cipation or re-Investment demand, jj
lanuaru uivuienu mei nit.t i
therefore be bought on this reaction
w hen weak, near the supporting llm-
its as Indicated in our detailed stock j
gossip, as certains after a careful In- i
vestigatlon and calculation of tech- j
nlque Information sources. ' j
General list continues In the trading I
range with profits for both sides for
alert dally trades nnd It is not iiKeiy
to get entirely out of this trading po
sition until confidence is restored in
crops, money and politics.
New York, June 3. Summary
American slocks In London to a
Copper stocks In London depressed
with principal decline in RIo Tlntos.
Eighteen banks reported less than
25 per cent reserve In Saturday's
statement against fourteen last week
and twenty-two last year.
Pennsylvania earning ofall roads
for April net Increase $538,700.
Had weather practically closes all
Woather improving In middle west.
Albany legislature may adjourn Fri
Western Union strike considered
(iood demand for stocks In loan
Currency movement and bank
statement shows normal money mar
ket conditions for this time of year.
Hank of Commerce shows largest
gain In cash In bank statement.
National City bank shows largest
Increase in loans.
milium Alio. White well known writer and publisher of the Emporia
.-..-..iio hoi t.een In the newsoaner business as an editor and pub
lisher twelve years. He is so tickled with having survived that long In the
little Kansas 'town he chose for his field that he takes rather a mean way
t ,v.hir,o- it into the fellows who tried and who failed. At the same time
he does not throw all the bouquets at himself when he says:
"Twelve years ago today a skinny young man with a guilty grin on his
face put his hand to his mouth to hide a snicker as he pocketed three thous
and Hollars In rnh from a brash looking young chap in his twenties, and
tho iiinnv vniincr man had rone around the corner to laugh, the brash I ped young man, whose outward bp
lnoklnir char, took formal possession of this paper; thus the Gazette passed pearanee suggested the proverbial
from W. Y. Morgan to its present owner.
In the upper right hand box at
Mrs. Flske's performance the other
night a sallow faced, carrotty top-
pastoral hayseed, sat and puckered
,.V ' .v r ' - , h.,i. On,r,rr,.rr.nl street tinder n,s nomeiy lace into a grin as ine
exactly the same name at exactly the same stand tnai tney were uoing uuti- Idea.. ripping Df laughter time
ness a dozen years ago. In that dozen years fourteen men have ratieci in I after time over the audience. He was
the newRD&ner business in this town, and have given it up as a bad lor.. In I George E. Mack, and he was prob
1 .I- holf o noivcnnnera have (1 HCOntlnUeCl DUDlCailOn in .Ills 1 HUIV KrimilllK lu " now ne woum
. . , . , , , ..,,,,v,t anv nt them I snow i mom' upuuie wiiu-i 1 1 la lo realty
town, and the Gazette has not bought any of them. ... ih iQh in.,h .,.n .h-iV-
in inui time me iieuu ui me vn hq. w.,. c ... e--...o
today It is almost normal. When he came it was so full of things that
didn't work out. that there was little room for any sense. But he has had
an awful lot of fun getting rid of his theories, and Emporia has been gen
erous and Kind and alwava charitable. Though Heaven knows she nas nau
to lauKh once In awhile. But it's all right. In another dozen years vhe
brash young chap will be past fifty years old a staid, It not aigninea miaaie
aged old gentleman, and In another dozen, some brash young buffalo will
come alontr who will have horned the old bull out of the herd, and he will
be grazing alone wondering at the Ingratitude of republics. Or more than
likelv he will be sleeping out at Maplewood. A number or important
things can happen to a man. edging up to forty, in two dozen years.
Height ho the green holly" as old Bill says "this life 1b most Jolly
sides ached and their teeth chattered
and they almost wished he would go
away until they could catch their
breath and then come back and do
Water Cfidrge Rumors 5aCse
Say. Old Sol,
You re Just like
A man's wife
hen you re around
Regiar as the clock.
Day after day.
And you sort o make things warm
For a fellow,
And even burn the 'dobe
Don't you know,
Hut we're glad
To see you back.
The farmers in the west have been greatly alarmed In the last few weeks
hv the nerslstent circulation of a reuort to the effect that the administration
ai preparing to make a charge for water derived from the national forests We get kind o' used to you
-1 ....,! ir.in.tlnn aA onnaral mi rnoiieK T(lP rfnorl. 11 aDPean, "iiu riiiiuit-u, BOW mu
,.,. ... h, i,..n denied hv officials of the Maybe, you'd take
JIMB II'O HHr BIIBlllCOl UOOia ' riiu v . . . I VaCBtiOn,
foreBt service. I Ion't you know.
f People of the sections or tne west, wnere irrigation i nut say, Sol
Important factor in development, were naturally much concerned in the l When you've been gone
rumored rharr for water cnmlne from the national forests..- The Interests About two (2) days,
of people concerned with forestry and irrigation are much the same, as the And things get gloomy
i a . ,v, etruoma In n huol lit elv llenendent On the I Ad Oil the TUCk
preservation 01 me xortsi w nierrneun.
In a letter to Hon. Edward T. Taylor, of Glenwood Springs. Colo., con
cerning the rumored charge for water for Irrigation, Forester Pinchot says
that he does not believe that there ever should be, or ever win ne, a cnarge
for water for irrigation. The erroneous report was founded on misrepre-
entutlona rfirnrilinij the rhsrfires which electric rjower companies are re-
oulred to bav for use and occupancy of land in the national forests for res.
ervolr sites, conduit rights of way and power stations. This charge is solely
for the use of the lands, based on their value for such purposes, and Is not
In any sense a charge for water. The appropriation and use of water is
regulated solely by the state, and the forest service has no Jurisdiction in the
In the case of irrigation protects, the forest service does not even charge
for the use of lands for reservoirs and canals. Hundreds of permits have
been issued by the forester to occupy and use national forest lands for ir
Igation reservoirs and conduits, and such permits are always granted iree
The following quotation were re
ceived by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers.
over their own private wires from
New York. Room 87, Barnett build
ing, Albuquerque, N. M.:
Among the seven. best articles written upon archaeology during the past
veaj- the American Journal of Archaecdogy credits Hugh H. Harris, forest
supervisor stationed in this city, with having written one of the ablest for
the Kminia of the Past, a publication devoted entirely to archaeology. Mr.
Harris wrote a brief article on the cliff dwellings of the Paparito Park dls
trlet where he wn then stationed si ranter In charge of the ruins. The
article was nrofuselv illustrated, some of the most inaccessible cliff dwell
incs being photographed for the first time by Mr. Harris, who spent several
we-eks In securing his material. He wrote of a number of cliff dwellings
which he discovered by accident and which are among the most wonderful
In the United States. Mr. Harris says that the wonders of the New Mexico
cliff dwellings are not widely enough known or they would attract thousnnds
of, tourists and persons Interested in archaecdogy to New' Mexico for the pur
nose of research. Mr. Harris is also the author of another Intensely in
teresting article published In May by the Journal of Archaeology on the
subiect of New Mexico cliff dwellings. He Is also engaged in writing a
series of other articles upon the same subject, which will appear in various
publications from time to time. The work done by Mr. Harris in placing f
before the public the natural wonders of New Mexico is being accorded the
recognition It deserve. New Mexico excells all other portions of America
in' the wonders of its natural beauties, resources and prehistoric buildings
and races, A story on the cliff dwelling, written by Mr. Harris and which
recently appeared in an eastern magazine, will be published by The Citizen
New York Stocks.
American Sugar , 1194
Amalgamated Copper . . S3'
American Smelters 114
American Car Foundry 3 8 "4
Atchison com 87 "4
Anaconda 55 4
Baltimore and Ohio K31
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4 8fc
Canadian Pacific 166 l
Colorado Fuel 28
Krle com 21i
G. N. ore Ctfs 50
Louisville and Nashville 110
Missouri Pacific 7 2
National Lead 58 V4
New York Central lOH'n
Norfolk 71 Vt
Ontario and Western 32
Reading com 8 7
Liverpool, June 3. Opening wheat
k lower; corn ; lower. 1:30 p. m.
wheat lower; corn '4 lower.
Boston. June 3. output for May:
Wolverine 511, Mohawk 670, Quincy
1,350 tons of copper.
Chicago. June 3. Wheat The
feeling Is general In the wheat trade
and over the country that big specu
lation is likely to continue in wneai
although the trade is passing through
a quiet period now following the ex
cited bull campaign of previous
Those who have sold out their long
wheat will hardly be willing to wait
until the croD Injures are at nana.
June 10. before replacing their hold
ings. Nearly all Kuropean countries
are very low on supplies. Argentine
has but a moderate balance oi lasi
year's crop to supply Europe.
Winter wheat damage Is established
and the snrlng crop is yet to be made.
Fine weather Just at tnis lime may
k some furthor weakness, out we
think decided activity will come only
with a return of strength.
oru The crop is late and for tnis
reason, will run more risks from ex
treme heat and drought during the
summer months. Believe the situation
Is strong enough to Justiry purchases
on any good setback, as the country is
not disposed to part with old corn
except at fancy prices.
New York, June 3. London '4 to
Specialties: Average on coppers on
earlv dips but resell on quick rallies.
Liverpool, 2 p. m., Cotton 4 to 6
higher to 2 lower.
London copper opening spots off
2-15; futures same. Market weak.
Chicago. June 3. L. A B. Grain
Letter Wheat For the day. wheat
lost about half cent for July, less than
4c for September, and closed at Sat
urday's figure for December. It was
a good trading market from first to
last. Prices had an early decline of
lc or more. Influenced by the lower
cables. Large northwest receipts more
Large, northwest receipts, more
summer-like weather, large world s
shipments and a moderate amount of
The trade has much less help from
the outside than for week's past, and ,
this not only encourages some bear
operations by local leaders but dis
courages others more friendly to
wheat. For this reason the market
let down a little at the close. Pri
vate cables says itoumanla even worse
off than yet reported.
The Snow report practically con
firms the serious shortage claimed by
Jones anil I nils.
Private reports from Kansas give
40 to 50 per cent damage in many of
best counties and the latest nun lea
ture is the wide-spread evidence
white and blighted heads, as tne re
sult of freeze of May 26th. Think
market has turned for the better.
Corn Prices had a' little dip first
hour in sympathy with break In
wheat and showed decided strength
later for the rest of session. There is
little selling pressure in the pit from
cash houses. There was good buying
of corn here on southwest orders to
day. So long us the country holds re
serves at 50 cents at home and the
FINE FURNITURE F. H. STRONG, Strong Block
Constructed on Scientific
Call and See Them.
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
Albuquerque, New Mex.
crop continues backward we are like
ly to have very stiff market in corn.
Chicago. June 3. Cattle receipts,
24.000.. Market steady to 10c higher.
Beeves $4.5041' 6.65: cows $ 1.75 'ii 4.90;
heifers $2.60fti'5.50; calves $5.00ij
7.25; good to prime steers $5.65(fi
6.65; poor to medium $4.55 i 5.60 ;
stockers and feeders $3.00 ft 5.20.
Sheep receipts, 15,000. Market
strong. Westerns $ 4.25 ft 6.50; year
lings $6.20 ft 7.00; lambs and westerns
$6. 25ft 8.10.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, June 3. Cattle re
ceipts 14,000. Market steady. South
ern steers $3.75 ft 5.40; southern cows
$2.50 ft 4.00; stockers and feeders
$3. 25ft 4.85; bulls $3. 40ft 4.75; calves
$4.00ft 5.50; western fed steers $4.25
Ii 6.00: western fed cows $3.25fi 4.75.
Sheep receipts 13.000. Market
steady. Muttons $5. 50ft 6.75; lambs
$7. 2 5 "ft 9.00; range wethers $5. 25ft'
6.25; fed ewes $4. 75ft 6.00.
Chicago, June 3. Closing quota
Wheat July 97Hft!4; Sept. 99s
Com Julv and Sept., 53 7i, ft 54.
oats Julv 49: Sept. 39 i.
Pork July $16.20; Sept. $l6.37',i.
Lard Julv $9.10; Sept. $9.27'i.
Ribs July $8.75; Sept. $8.90.
St. IjoiiIs M'ool Market.
St. Louis. June 3. Wool steady.
Territory and western mediums 2'ifi'
27c; fine medium 18ft 21c; tine 15ft'
New York, June 3. Money on call
easy, 1 'a ft 2 per cent; prime mercan
tile" paper 5ft 5 '3 per cent; silver
67 '4 c.
WHEN YOU BUY A PIANO
CHICKERING & SONS
There Are No Better
WHITSON MUSIC CO.,
124 South Second St.
New York. June 3. Lead dull.
j I $5.:r, ft 6.00; copper dull $24. 00ft
St. Louis, June 3. Spelter
New arrivals for the week: Lin
oleum, Window Shades. Go-carts,
Brass and Iron Beds, lUed Rockers,
Horn Steel Ranges, Comfort Swing
Chairs. Chlnaware. W. V. Futrelle
Governor Curry will be accorded a hearty welcome upon his arrival In
Santa Fe. and his inauguration as governor promises to be one of the lead
ing nodal events of the season and the moM brilliant of its kind in years.
The Capital City Is preparing to do the honors In proper style unil those who
have seen the Capitai City in the role of hotesn know that comment is un
necessary. And, incidentally, wait until Governor Curry visits Albuquerque!
Acting Governor Raynolda is now coming in for abuse Irom the terri
torial Journals that heretofore were clamorous in their support of ex-Governor
Hagerman. says the Carlsbad Argus. All of which Indicates that
the acting governor U evidently pursuelng Just about the proper course.
The railroads and various big corporations are suspected of maicicr"
thing unpleasant In an Industrial way as a rebuke to the pnlicVa of the
president. This kind of unpleasantness is so elastic that It may map b.-ck
and hit somebody on the noue.
Another soaking rain In New Mexico last night. It may be unpleasant
to have water standing in some sections several Inches deep, but look at what
it mean to agricultural and live nock Industries. Let It rain. Who cares'.'
Abe Hummel has announced that he may write a book. Con -Iderlnt
what kind of a book he would write. If he wrote one, a threat I.ke this is
Juet about what you would expect from Hummel.
Nineteen men have been condemned to death in Guatemala for al
leged plot to kill off President Cabrera. This. It is hoped, will take the
place of the usual revolution.
The women In the Finnish diet are demanding many" reforms. This looks
promising. Thing th4t women demand Pve a njtim 01 w-un p'"".
It will be an
This Week We Will Offer any Style of the Victor Talking Machines
or Edison Phonographs on EASY PAYMENTS.
ONE DOLLAR OTSTCE A WEEK
WILI 1JUV THIS MAC1IINK
Come to our store and let us tell you about it. Prices: $10.00, $20.00, $22.00,
$30.00, $40.00, $50.00, $60.00, $100 and up.
We carry the largest stock of Machines and Records in New Mexico. Take
advantage of this Easy Payment Offer.
If There k inyir?inS Dearer To
--; y 1 S.V
The Albuquerque Gas,
Electric Light & Power Co.
Corner Fourth and Gold Ave.
HaU Cleaned and Blocked In
any Style Panamas a Spe
cialty CloUtfng steam
Cleaned and Pressed. Ex
press Orders Attended to
Farmer have f'
I a new political party in Kansas.
ESTABLISHED 1900.' i 206 WEST GOLD AVE
We still have a'few rented pianos on hund. Bargain prices; easy payments. Call
r fans $47,
Saddle horse a specialty. Bert
drivers in the city. Proprietors of
"tsadie," the picnic wagon.
It YMI1HOOK IlllOS.
Phone 58a. 112 John Street
THE CHILDREN' OF TODAY ARE
THE MEN AND WOMEN OK
Do not Injure their phyiMcRl nd
mental well being with Indigestible
bread. Remember, they Brow b:
when fed best. Select a quality of
bread that you know Is made right 1:.
every way. Under sanitary condi
tions, of good flour, properly mixed
and baked, so as to be wholesome and
nutritious. Halllngs1 bread on tria.
will be found to fulfill every requl.e
ment. PiONECR BAKERY
207 South First Strew.
Flrt cla shoemaker and repair
er. Ju-t received aJUiiment of new
GREEN FRONT, 105 North First St.
FEE'S PEERLESS HOMEMADE
-.ANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUO
STORE. ..1. 11
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I L Ointment -.v,U cure biliid
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Int. lr. V Ullka.s' lumun pin; Oi j
uint 1 prepared lor Pi.i- kml lie
Irif of the private purt. Eve.-y boi r.
warranted. Pr druvmMa. I.t u.il on r. .
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