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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SATURDAY. Al-GVST S. 1007.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
W. S. STRICKLER
One year by mull In advance $5.00
One month liy mail f0
One iimntli by carrier within city limits 00
Hntrral n second -oln matter at tlio rostofflcc of Albuquerque, N. M.,
andcr Art of Congress of March 3, 1879.
The only Illustrated daily newspaper In New Mexico and the best ad
ertMng medium of the Southwest.
THE AI.BVQt T.RQVK CITIZEN IS:
Tlxr leading Republican daily and weekly newspacr of the Southwest.
The advocate of Republican principles and the "Square Deal."
THE AM1VQVKKQVE CITIZEN HAS:
Tlie finest equipped Job department In New Mexico.
Tlie latest reprt9 by Associated Press and Auxiliary News Service.
WE GET THE NEWS FIRST."
City Kas tfie Power
W. D. Bryan, a member of the
resides In Albuquerque anil he is greatly in favor of protection and correc
tion for the bad boys of this city.
As matters now stand, the territory has no reformatory because it has
no suitable building and no adequate appropriation. The territorial reform
school Is located at El Rlto, Rio Arriba county, but the building Is not com
pleted and the funds nvailable at present will no more than complete the
Consequently. It will be some time before the governor can issue a proc
lamation declaring the reform school open.
In the mean time, the bad boys will have to be taken care of by local
Following an editorial In The Citizen last evening on this matter, a
discussion arose as to whether or not the city had the right to establish a
reform school on n small basis. A well known attorney says the city most
certainly has a right to establish a reformatory and appoint a probationary
officer. The right of the city under existing laws, to establish a Juvenile
court. Is a matter of some doubt, however.
The attorney calls the attention of the public to the following: Portion
1402 of the Compiled laws of New Mexico: The city council and board of
trustees in towns shall have the following powers. 39. To establish and erect
calabooses, bridewells, houses of correction and reform schools, and work
houses for the reformation and confinement of vagrant, Idle and disorderly
persons and persons convicted of violating any city or town ordinance, and
make rules and regulations for the government of the same, and appoint the
necessary keepers and assistants.
With the expenditure of a very small sum. the city can provide one
clean but dark room not a cell where bad boys can be conrined and where
If possible, each can be kept separated from the other. Nothing Instils
deep and wholesome meditation In a boy like lonesomeness and a dark room.
An official, who can also act as a. truant officer, can be secured and
pending the establishment of a reform school, the bad boy can be kept with
in bounds. ,, ....
It is to be hoped that the ministers and parents will continue to show
Interest in this matter and that some rlace, other than a dirty Jail filled with
disreputable characters, can be found for the erring youths of this city.
Everv once In a while the cheerful old idiot who does editorial thins
for the Kansas City Star takes what he considers a funny streak and this
Is his latest attempt at the humorous: Don't fuss any more now about what
the world Is going to do when Its supply of fuel shall have become exhausted.
Hereafter, when you read those shuddering prices about how the coal de
posits will be utterly wiped out In a million years or two Just give the Jere
miahs who deal in that dismal line of "dope" the cheerful horse laugh. Aith
the glowing discovery that cottonwood trees produce gas In appreciable
quantltes. all of the gloomy misgivings that have projected their lengthy
shadows forward to the period when the world shall be shrouded In Icy dark
ness are dispelled. Even an Infinitesimal percentage of gas to the tree
brings assurance and safety to mankind. Cottonwood trees show all of the
.pontaneitv of weeds. They develop with the rapidity almost of Jonah s
gourd. If you doubt this, go to Wichita, which only a few years ago was
a treeless If not a "beerless princess." Now look at it. If you wil take
pains to search for them, you will find cottonwood trees as big around as a
beer barrel that have grown up since the last time you were there. Hurrah
for the cottonwood tree and for gas, world without end.
The ministers and parents of children in Albuquerque are co-operating
heartily with the attempt to establish a reformatory other than the city Jail
for minor offenders. This Is an important matter and should not be over
looked at this time. While it may not be possible to at once Install a Juve
U T court and Juvenile reformatory, yet at the same time.
be done to better conditions. There should first be a am a 1 building set
apart for the imprisonment of bad boys and these lads should be made to
understand that they can be punished, if they do not keep well 1 within he
bound of common decency. Several parents of children called at The Cltl
e office yesterday and expressed themselves as in favor of immediate ac
tion towards establishing a system whereby the bad boys can be controlled.
There Is one very good thing connected with the presence of several
assistant attorney generals and special agents of the various departments
of the government in this city, says the New Mexican. They are all for
tunate enough to have good salaries and their per diem expenses are palu
by Uncle Sam. Everything of that kind helps business and It is indeed an
ill wind that blows no one any good. The New Mexican hopes that these
well groomed and nicely dressed officials will remain for many months and
spend as much money as possible while In the capital of New Mexico. The
capital can stand it.
With the Indictment of tic Mi. gills In Illinois for murder, the public will
now be treated to a trial which will undoubtedly be quite as famous as the
Thaw case. There is one thing certain the indictment is so drawn as to
cover a multitude of sdns and If the Magills are guilty of causing in any
manner, the suicide or death of Pet Maglll, Fred Magill's former wife, they
can not escape conviction. The public appears fated to wade through an
other mess of sensational and disagreeable evidence.
Indulging In reminiscences yesterday. Postmaster Schoonmaker recalled
that a year ago he opened the Las Vegas office for business, says the Optic,
and that Prof. H. M. Soper of Chicago was the first purchaser of postage
stamps, L. W. Ilfeld gave the first order for printed envelopes, r. C. Winters
deposited the flr letter for mailing. II. N. Gaubrath bought the first money
order, S. Patty presented the first letter for registry. Antonio Lucero was
the first box renter and E. H. Salarar made the first "kick."
It Is. Indeed, a distressing suite of affairs to have Hon. II. O. Bursum's
case re-opened by the Albuquerque Journal Just after it had been officially
settled. The "weight" that the Journal's try will have would doubtless
crush an egg shell. Iemirg Craphic.
The morning paper says "Curry should throw out the rascal." The
morning paper should remember however that most of the "rascals" happen
to be Hagerman appointees. Curry will no doubt throw them out with con
The Journal now wants to borrow Traveling Auditor S.ifford to do Its
i Tk T.uomt.i ni t.rotmblv need Safford before it gets through.
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Safford Is not an "expert Colorado accountant" and consequently does not
The Chinamen of New York have declared war on the Chinamen of
Boston and signified their Intentions of fighting by killing three wearers of
the cue. No one can bo greatly blamed for declaring war on anything
A Douglas paper stated the other day that "another child has been al
lowed to die without the aid of a physician." That's all wrong. The phy
sician should be allowed to help sufferers to die or get well.
The government Is trying to break up the powder trust, which is said to
be the (strongest of all combines, and a big exp lotion Is looked for.
Remembering U32 and 1S61. North Carolina decide d, upon second
thought, not to secede from the union.
The Artefcla Advocate Is now engaged in discussing bridges. Next the
Advocate will be fixing fences.
How Delmas must envy Darrow!
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
Territorial rteform School commission,
SEE E. O. PRICE.
My name Is Prlcd, E. O. Price. I am here to stny. I like the town and
I like the people. The climate Is the acme of anything and everything de
sirable. I have established the E. O. Trice Real Estate Agency. My office
Is 213 South Second street bear that number In mind, 212 South Second
Street. If you have anything In my line to sell see. E. o. Price. I will sell
It for you. If you have anything to rent see E. O. Price. I will rent It for
you. My broad and butter depends upon giving you good and prompt ser
vice. Call and see me and lets get acquainted.
SEE E. O. PRICE.
DO YOU GET THE CITIZEN?
Owing to the fact that even
the best carrier boys The Citi
zen Is able to secure will now
and then fail to deliver your pa
per and also owing to the fact
that your neighbor may now
and then unthinkingly approp
riate The Citizen left at your
door and forget to return It,
this paper has arranged with
the Postal Telegraph company
to deliver you an extra copy in
the event that yours falls to
reach you. There is no addition
al expense to you. If your pa
per does not reach you by reg
ular carrier call up the Postal
Telegraph company PHONE
NUMBER 36 and tell them. A
messenger boy will supply you
with a copy of The Citizen. In
this manner, we can also keep
track of the "misses" of our
own carriers and you can get
your paper rain or shine.
HEMKMBElt THE NUMBER
Dr. A. B. Henderson Is seriously 111
at his home in this city.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. John Binkert
on North Eighth street a son.
Dr. E. N. Wilson and family will
spend Sunday In the mountains.
The library board will meet this
evening at the library at 7:30 o'clock.
Dr. Klrshner returned from a
business trip to Algodones last night.
J. M. Luna, clerk of Valencia coun
ty, s a business visitor In the city to
day. W. E. Pratt and family have re
turned from an outing at Whitcomb
C Baca, sheriff of Valencia county,
Is here on business today. He will
return this evening.
A marriage license was Issued yes
terday to Knriqueta Agire and Mau
riclo Perea, both of Albuquerque.
There will be a special mass at
the Church of the Immaculate Con
ception tomorrow morning at 5; 30.
. Miss Holmqulst, formerly deputy
district clerk court clerk, has return
ed from an extended visit to the
The base ball game between the
Browns and Cimarron "Swastikas"
will be called at 3 p. m. tomorrow at
The fire department at the shops
was called out at 3 o'clock this af
ternoon to extinguish a small blaze.
Little damage was done.
Rev. J. C. Collins, pastor of the
Lead avenue Methodist church, has
gone to Kenton, Okla., to participate
in speciaJ services at that place.
Dennis Chavez, rodmnn of the
city engineer's party, will leave for
Chicago the first of next week, for
a three weeks' visit with friends.
O. Oxendine returned from Coyote
canyon last night where he has been
superintending the work at the min
ing claims of the Alvarado Mining
Dr. Marlon Imes, chief Inspector
of the bureau of animal industry for
New Mexico and Arizona, left this
morning for the northern part of the
territory on otlicial business.
Superintendent Titus, of the Kan
sas und Oklahoma division of the
Santa Ke, arrived in the city last
night and la staying at the Occiden
tal. His family accompanied him.
A large party of Albuquerque peo
ple will go to San Domingo tomor
row to witness the Green Corn dance
of the Indians. The usual amount' of
sandwiches are being purchased to
day. Frank Pagel, the North First street
barber, has installed a new sterilizer
In his shop, and will add another
chair and new sanitary head-rests.
All tools and towels will be steri
lized. Paul Scott, clerk in the Santa Fe
shops general foreman's office, who
returned to his home in Indianapolis,
Ind., on account of illness, Is report
ed as being considerably Improved.
He will return to his duties In Sep
tember. The caboose on an extra freight
running south at 3 o'clock this morn
ing, was thrown almost completely
over In the new yards. A brakeman
throwing a switch under the caboose
caused the accident. No one was In
jured. A special communication of Tem
ple Lodge No. 6. A. F. and A. M.,
will he held on Tuesday evening, Au
gust 6, at 8 o'clock. Work In the
M. M. degree. Refreshments. All
Masons from other lodges are cor
dially Invited. By order of the W.
M. Frank H. Moore, noting secre
tary. H. A. Tire, of Arkansas City, su
perintendent of the Oklahoma di
vision of the Santa Fe, accompanied
by his wife and daughter, arrived in
the city last evening. Mr. Tloe will
leave for points along the line Mon
day. Mrs. Tice and daughter will re
main in Albuquerque for a week's
Elfego Baca, the well known local
attorney, has been engaged to as
sist in the prosecution of Mrs. Per
alta, the aged native woman who
shot and killed Jesus Padllla In So
corro last week. The parents of the
boy maintain that the shooting was
the result of a personal grudge and
will make every effort to convict tiiej
slayer of their son.
Charles Barrett, who has ibeen at
the Alvarado for two months learn
ing the routine of the Harvey sys
tem of hotel management, left last
night to take charge of the Harvey
hotel "Escalante" at Ash Fork. Ari
zona, accompanied by Mrs. Barrett.
During their short stay here Mr. and
Mrs. Barrett made many friends who
regret to see them leave the city.
A horfe attached to one of the
French Bakery company's wagons,
bscuine frightened on Twelfth street
tliis forenoon and rn down Roma
avenue to the corner of Seventh
street, where It was caught. A pin
dropping from the front axles fright
ened the horse and the front wheel!
were taken several blocks from
where the rest of the wagon stopped.
Hon. H. O. Busuni, mayor of So
corro, arrived In Albuquerque today
from his ranch In western Socorro
county. Mr. Bursum will, spend sev
eral days here and will go to Santa
Fe to attend Ue Inauguration of Gov
ernor Curry. He tuya that western
Socorro county has been visited by
numerous rains during the past few
weeks and that the range Is in excel
There will be a meeting of the W.
If. Andrews Republican club Mon
day evening at 7:30 o'clock In the
hall on the second floor of the Zelg
er building, corner of Central (Rail
road) avenue and Second street. The
meeting Is for the purpose of ar
ranging for attendance nt the Inau
guration of Governor George Currv
on Thursday of next week, and all
members and officers of the club
are asked to be present.
Chi, the thoroughbred dog owned
by Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hubhs is III.
Chi is suffering from a severe case
of tonsilitls. which only aristocratic
dogs can have. Chi gets his name
from the abbreviation of Chicago,
where he first made his appearance.
He has resided In Albuquerque long
enough, however, to be as well
known as Jocko, the self attached
mascot of The Citizen office and suc
ceeds in getting into as much trouble.
Many people are dally being at
tracted by the sight of a lady artist
executing two large wall paintings
on each side of the front entrance of
the Learnard and Llnedmann music
store, near the corner of Second
street on Gold avenue. Much admira
tion is expressed for the painting,
which Is being done by Miss Nina
Lee Barron, a scenic artist from New
York. Miss Barron has traveled ex
tensively over this country painting
mural decorations of all kinds. The
walls of the gallery In the rear of
the Iearnard anil Lindemann store
have already been beautifully deco
rated and the proprietors are highly
plcased with the result.
Wine re To
The New Pastor.
That the First Baptist church of
this city Is exceedingly fortunate in
obtaining Rev. J. A. Shaw, of Salida,
Colo., for Its pastor will be readily
seen by the following letter from the
central district secretary of the
American Baptist Home Mission so
ciety: Clerk First Baptist Church.
Dear Brethren: I learned that my
friend, Rev. J. A. Shaw, of Salida.
Colo.. Is to come to your church. I
congratulate you on your good for
tune in getting so good an all round
man right In the prime of n vigorous
manhood. I am mire you will be wcil
pleased with him. I have known
him for ten years and he has been
doing good work all this time. My
only regret is that he leaves Central
district but our loss Is your gain. If
the church members will stand by
him loyally there will be something
doing in Baptist affairs In your city.
I have very pleasant remembernrice
of meeting with your church In days
gone by when I was general mis
sionary living In Denver.
Yours verv sincerely,
d. d. PRorEn.
Rev. Shaw will occupy his pulpit
In the First Baptist church here Aug.
18. The members trust he will be
gitan a royal welcome.
On account i.f repairing the audi
torium, the First Baptist church will
not hold S. S. services August 4. it.
Y. I. V. services at 7 p. m. ill the
prayer meeting room. Mr. Roy A.
Baldwin, Leader. Subject, "The Con
secration of Our Bodies." i
There will be an extra mass at Im
maculate Conception church at 5:30
o'clock tomorrow morning, in addi
tion, the regular masses will be cele
brated as follows:
First mass, 7 a. m.
Second mass, 8:30 a. m.
Third moss, a: 30 a. m.
Organ Prelude "G-loila.". . . .Mozart
"Come Thou Almighty King" (Con
Hymn, No. 33.
Responsive Reading and Gloria (Con
Reading the Scripture.
Anthem "Te Keum," Schilling
Hymn, No. 98.
Solo "Beyond the Gates of Para
Mrs. II. J. Collins.
Sermon "From Gilgal to the Char
iot of Fire." 2 Kings 2, 1-11.
Rev. O. W. Dunlap, Las Cruces.
Hymn, No. 454 Closing with Dox
ology. Organ Postlude.
First Conii'gatHiiiu! Church Cor.
Broadway and Coal avenue, V. J.
Marsh, pastor. Sunday school at
:4!i a. m.. H. S. Lilhgow. superin
tendent. Preaching services at 11 a.
m., subject of sermon, "Secret Place
of the Most High." Christian Kn
deavor 7 p. m. No evening preaching
services during August.
Musical numbers, full ehoros choir.
Organ prelude, Mrs. H. J. Stone,
Hymn No. 2, Nlcaea.
Hymn No. 43S, "Grace, 'Tis a
Response to prayer.
Solo, "Calvary," Carl Rodney, Lu
Anthem. "Gloria." from Twelfth
Mass, Mozart, Chorus choir.
Hymn No. 4 4 7, "Hark. hark, r.iy
Soul, Angelic Songs are Swelling."
First MctliihlLt liplsoopnl Church
The Rev. J. C. ltollins, l. I., pas
tor. The Sunday school meets at
9:45. All strangers are cordially In
vited. Morning worship at 11. Dr.
Blair, superintendent of the New
Mexico mission, will preach. Union
Young People's meeting at 7 p. m.
All young people cordially invited.
Evening service at 8 o'clock. This
Is a union service with the Presby
terian church. Ir. Blair will preach.
Strangers are invited to all services.
The church Is located on the corner
of South Third street and Lead ave
Christiitii Sciciuv Vertices Room
28. Grand Bldg.
Sunday services 1 1 a. m. Subject,
"Spirit " Wednesday evening, testi
monial meeting at 7:45.
Reading room open daily from 4
Highland M. 1). t'hurc-h South 3 is
South Arno street.
Preaching as usual at 11 a. m. and
8 p. m .
Kpworth League service at 7 p. ni
B. Hullidiii, PaJitor.
We are going to cut our stock down two thirds. All
during this month we will give a straight discount of 20
per cent, for cash. This means practically cost, as the
prices have all advanced from JO to 20 per cent, since
our goods were purchased. Just watch this space for
bargains in Furniture, Rugs, Ranges Crockery and
glassware, Draperies, Shades and Linoleum.
1 F H Strrmcy Strong Block
$ 1 . OirOOg Corner 2d and Copper
iOn v Thma For
4 jjj'ge" is'Mikj-y'7V.l
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
Albuquerque, New Mex.
VARDAMAN MAY HAVE
New Orleans, La., August 3. The
letest returns from the Mississippi
ptimary make it appear doubtful as
to whether John Sharp Williams has
won the election to be United States
senator over Governor Jones K. Var
daman. The last figures, which are
unofficial, give Vardaman D8 ma
loilty. An official count will prob
ably be necessary to decide the elec
tion. "Regular as the Sun."
Is nn expression as old as the race.
No doubt the rising and setting of
the sun is the most regular perform
ance In the universe, unless it Is
the action of the liver and bowels'
when regulated with Dr. King's New
Life Pills. Guaranteed by all drug
Bring us your Jot) T?ont. Price
the very lowest and the work will j
stand Inspection anywhere. Business ,
And rallfnir rsrria A. fanpclnltv. '
Saddle horses a specialty. Bast
drivers In the city. Proprietors of
"Sadie," the picnic wagon.
Phone 89. 112 John Street
Call up 597
When in need of anything in the!
French Bakery Co. 202 E. R.R.Ave.
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Sky
305 West Gold
M I QPUI ITT h
Its, M-tt IJV1AVS X A
219 South 2nd Strut
Real Estate and Loans
Travelers' Insurance Co.,
I . i tlirtf, Corn
Life and Accident,
The Strongest Company
Writing Acc'dent Insur
ance in the World.
ne nawneye neirigeraior
Compartment for Ice Keeps
Temperature Down to 58
Degrees for 14 Hours. In
dispensable to Those Who
Have Used It. :: :: :: ::
Eclipse Wind Mills, Lightning Hay Presses, Walter A.Wood
Mowers and Binders, Bain and Old Hickory wagons
ALL KINDS VEHICLES
Write no for I IfnrhAl JPr Prk A LBUQUER OUE
Catalogue and Prices rVUlUCl OC VU NEW MEXICO
Do you Intend buying , vehicle te enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pass ua by. We don't urgo you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have many good style within the range of modest Incomes.
Top Buggies, Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of
all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see
Albuquerque Carriage Co.
Corner First and Tijeras Road.
Andrew Jackson Chair
Come and see
308-310 W. Central Avenue
These Are H
The historical "Old Hick
Light, comfortable, durable
and especially adapted to hard
Price . . . $2.75
Rocker to match 3.25
our line of
. . Staab Building