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JLLBUQUEltQUE .EVENING CITIZEN.
KATtltDAY, At'Cil'ST 17, 1007.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
FEB E. O. PRICK.
My nam Is Prices 12. O. Price. I am here to stay. I like the town and
I like th people. The climate Is the acme of anything; sad everything de
sirable. I have established the E. O. Price Real Estate Agency. My office
is 212 South Second street-benv that number In mind, 113 South Second
Street. If you have anything In my line to sell see E. O. Price. I will sell
It for you. If yo have anything to rent see E. O. Price. I will rent It for
you. My bread and butter depends upon giving you good and prompt ser
vice. Call and see me and lets prt acquainted.
SEE E. O. PRICE.
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
Are realizing what 20 Per Cent Discount
meant, and are taking advantage of it
By the Citizen Publishing Company I Albuquerque, New Mexico.
W. S. STRICKLER
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
One year by mnil In advance $5.00
On month by mall 60
One month by carrier within city limits 00
Entered ha spcond-rlns matter at the Postofflce of Albuquerque, N. M.,
voder Act or Congress of March. I. I8J.
The only Illustrated dally newspaper In New Mexico ami the best ad
vertMng medium of tlie Southwest.
TUB AMUQrERQrK CITIZEN IS:
The lending Republican tlally and weekly newspaper of the Southwest.
Hie advocate of Republican principles and the "Square Deal."
THE AUU'QrKRQVK CITIZEN HAS:
Tlio finest eqnlpted Job department In New Mexico.
Tlie la lost reports by Asroctatcd Press and Auxiliary News Sendee.
"WE GET THE NEWS FIRST.'
GCectricitij Replaces Wife
And now the latest thing to come to light as a reawm why men do not
marry Is electricity. Its shocking. It Is claimed by scientists scientists
ow ftdays dig up all the unpleasant things that electricity Is being used to
uch an extent in providing the little conveniences formerly nttended to by
the dainty hands of femininity, thnt bachelors find it Just as convenient to
pay a little larger electric bill Instead of a dressmaker or millinery bill or
Concerning this latest development, a trade publication has the follow
ing to say:
' "The bachelor always has many friends, despite the recent plan to tax
the celibates, but of all the hosts who pity, or envy, his social position he
has no better friend or more faithful servant than electricity. Without the
mysterious current well, he wouldn't have to get married but his lot would
be far more unfortunate than at present.
"In the up to date, cozy apartments of the bachelor of today you will
find that electricity, to a large extent, takes the place of servants and is made
to do a hundred and one things about the house which, with his married
brothers. Is dally accomplished by the touch of dainty feminine hands. Break
fast, which was formerly a hurried, dash for a restaurant or a cold bluff. Is
now eaRlly and quickly prepared with the electric chafing dish, electric coffee
percolator and electric water heater. Not even a,. match Is needed to start
the cooking. Breakfast can be cooked right on the white table cloth; eggs
require only a few tablospoonsful of water in the heater; the coffee percolator
makes the finest coffee In five minutes and the toast Is prepared In a Jiffy
on the electric toaster. With the electric chafing dish half a hundred dainty,
nutritious and appetizing dishes can be ea-Mly, quickly o.nd economically pre
pared. AVhen friends drop in a hot spread can be made ready to serve In
a few minutes.
"It Is surprising how many electrical conveniences the bachelor finds
necessary to the comforts and pleasures of his everyday life. His reading
table la Illuminated with a handsome electric desk lamp, an electric cigar
lighter stands handily beside the telephone. The luminous electric radiator
gives both a cheering light and a comfortable heat. On the little side table
are the ever ready chafing dish, percolator and water heater which fill a
bachelor's heart with Joy because they are never black, fire-burned or sooty.
ins eiecinc natiron is onotner device wnicn nas proven a noon to the un
married man and saves many a tailor bill. The bath .room Is equipped with
n electrically heated shaving mug, an Instantaneous water heater, a lumi
nous radiator, electric light and a motor driven massage machine. The
sleeping room boasts of an electric heuting pad, which takes the place of the
homemade mustard rlaster which all wives delight to prepare for their ailing
husbands. Of a cold morning the luminous radiator Is easily carried Into
the bedroom to take the chill off the air while dressing.
' "Schenectady, N. Y., which is said to house more Jechnlcnl men 1n pro
portion to Its population than any other city In the world, waa the first to
introduce electric cooking devices Into the bachelor's apartments. The
young unmarried engineers in the employ of the General Electric company
were quick to see the many advantages of the electric devics and soon many
of their apartments were equipped with electric cooking utensils. One way
or another the Idea was carried from place to place until today, in every city,
you will find the bachelor cooking his own breakfast by electricity. Ironing
his trousers with the electric Iron, and In fact, using th electrical devices
with the same freedom that he formerly extended only to the telephone and
the electric bell."
Lawrence, Kansas. Gazette: "The editor of this paper frankly admits
that he wants to go to the legislature. No one so far has asked him to go,
but one of these days he Is going to ask for the place. It Is not In order to
get in a graft, nor for the pay there is lnlt, nor to help elect a I'nlted States
senator. The sole and only reason he wants to go is to get the game law
Amended so that a man guilty of potting quail may be sent to the peniten
tiary. Next to killing a human being, the worst crime a man can commit
Is to send a lwad of shot into a flock of harmless quail, bunched together to
keep warm, and kill er pain every one of them. The law ought to give a
man who does that a penitentiary sentence, and the Gazette editor hopes to
livs lon enough to securs the jnage of a law giving him what he deserves."
The Japanese have ordered 5.000,000 feet of lumber to be employed In
the manufacture of rolling stock for their railways. Not long ago the Japan
ese Imported the cars already built; now they make them in their own shops,
Importing the raw material from the countries In which they can obtain It
most cheaply. In this case from Canada. It is another significant Item In the
lor. If list of those indicating the Japanese determination to buy nothing from
the foreigner can be made at home by Japanese. They are a sensible
people, the Japanese, - - - , , ,x t
Miss Iyolabelle Abbey of the Alvar
ado, will leave tonight for Helen,
where she will visit her parents for
Mrs. John A. Roush, wife of a
Santa J locomotive engineer, resid
ing at 605 South Second street, ar
rived here from the east last night.
Manager Graham, of the Colorado
Telephone company, returned yester
day from Belen, where he went sever
al days ago on business for the com
Mrs. Carry Nell Riley spent yes
terday In the city and returned to her
home at San Marclal last night. Mrs.
Hiley Is a stenographer in the Santa
Fe offices at San Marclal.
There are a number of young ladies
In Albuquerque who are dieting them
selves to reduce their flesh. One of
them Is eating two lemons and but
one meal a day. Last week he gain
ed two pounds.
Mrs. C. D. Miller, of 823 South
Broadway, left, this morning for
Meadvllle. Mo., 'for a short visit to
relatives and friends. Mrs. Miller ex
pects to be absent from the city
about three weeks.
Lorenzo Montoya, and W. W.
Swearingen, the latter a switchman,
were arraigned before Police Judge
Craig this morning on the charge of
drunkenness and disorderly conduct
and disposed of in the usual manner.
II. S. Steward, the shoemaker
capitalist, expects to leave this even
ing for Redondo Beach, Cal., where
he will be a guest of his son, John
Steward for a few weeks. John
Steward, formerly of this city. Is one
of the proprietors of the Redondo
Reflex, a small daily published at Re-I
Miss Viola Blueher and her cousin,
Miss Josle Schlattenbeck of Altamont, I
111., left this morning for Ellis' ranch
on the snndla mountains. Miss
Blueher will return to the city at
the end of a week and Miss Schlatter,
beck will return in two weeks. 'El
lis' ranch Is one of the most delight
ful summer resorts In New Mexico.
In the case of -Michael A. Ross vs.
Clark M. Carr et al, upon the mo
tion of the defendants, the coui t oi
dered the time of settling and the
day of return of the appeal taken in
the cause, be extended ninety days
from June 15, 1H07.
A marriage license was issued to
day to Miss Joseflla Grlegu and
Carplo Trujll'o, both of this city.
While at his work in the saw mill,
of the American Luimber company
yesterday, Gabriel Baca, who lives 111
old town, received a severe Injury In
his arm. The llesh was badly torn
and It was at first thought that it
would be necessary to amputate the
limb. The company physician dressed
the wound and today the patient is
doing well. It is not probable that
he will lose his arm.
Professor Harry Archer, the expert
roller skater, who has been sojourn
ing In the city Jail for the last ten
days, was taken away on the flyer
today by E. O'Dea, the detective ser
geant from San Francisco, who was
sent here to take charge of the pris
oner. Sergeant O'Dea arrived -here
yesterday and left Immediately for
Santa Fe where Governor Curry hon
ored the requisition papers from the
governor of California for the posses
sion of Archer, who is wanted in San
Francisco on the charge of embezzle
ment. A Young Woman's Christian Temp
erance Union was organized In this
city yesterday afternoon at the home
of Miss Lulu Palmer on South High
street. Mrs. A. W. Strunquist was
elected president. Miss Palmer treas
urer and Miss Lola Stowell secretary.
The union organized with a member
ship of eight young ladles. The pur
pose of the organization Is to assist
the original organization of W. C.
T. U. in carrying out the work of
temperance. The new organization
will be with the older organization
in a booth at the approaching terri
torial fair. ' I
lrcNb)terlan Church Morning
worship. Sabbath, Aug st 18. 1907.
Organ Voluntary, "Crcao". .. .Mozart
Hymn. (Congregation seated.)
Psalter and Gloria. (Congregation
Hymn. (Congregation standing.)
Offertory, "En yuesta Tomba Os
H. D. Bullard.
Sermon, "The Book of the Genera
tions of Adam." Gen. 6-6, 8.
....Rev. O. M. Dunlap, Las Cruces
Organ Prelude, "March Pontlficale"
Offertory, "Meditation," ....Baptlste
Mrs. II. J. Collins.
Sermon, "Isaiah's Vision." Isa.
..Rev. G. W. Dunlap, Las Cruces
Male Quartette Selected
Messrs. Baker. Deck. Kerzmati
Tlie Buptlst Church J. O. Shaw,
pastor. Services will be held at the
Christian church, except Sunday
school and Young People's meeting.
Preaching at 11 a. in. and 8 p. m.
Sunday school at :45 a. m., at
BaptiBt church. Also Young Peo
ple's meeting at Baptist church at 7
In the morning Mrs. McDonald will
sing, "Callest Thou Thus oh Master."
In the evening the choir will sing.
"Christ Our Passover." James Col
Hiirlilnml M. E. Church South 31S
South Arno street.
Usual services at 11 a. m. and S
Young People' meeting at 7 p. m.
O. B. Holliday, Pastor.
A MisslsslDDlan announcing fits candidacy for office sas he inakel r)o
pretensions to saving the country or "saving the people from the bondage J fc
er tne corporations, ror ne -proDaoiy couian t deliver the good.', wui iz.A'.
be Is a candidate because he "wants That he wants when he wants it," and
because of the honors thereof and the emoluments thereunto appertaining.
He frankly sizes up what Is the real fuotlve of most candidates for office de
spite their "apandanulous" humbuggery to the contrary.
Bring us your joa T?onc. Prices
the very lowest and the work will
itand Inspection anywhere. Business
nd calnng cards a
a. m. Subject,
ChrlNtliin Science Service Room
28, Grant Bldg.
Sunday services 11
mnnial meetings, 7:4.)
Reading room open dally from 4
St. Paul's Lutheran Church Rev.
Ernest Moser, Pastor.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
'Morning worship With German ser
mon at 11 a. m.
English Service with sermon at 8
You are most cordially Invited. -The
church is located corner of Sixth
street and Silver avenue.
First Congregational Church Cor
ner Broadway and Coal avenue, W.
J. Marsh, pastor. Sunday school at
9:45 a. m., H S. Llthgow, superin
tendent. Preaching services 11 a. m.
Sermon by the pastor, "Jesus, Our
Great High Priest." Anthem, by choir,
"Rock of Ages," Dudley Buck. Chris
tian Endeavor meeting, 7 p. m. No
evening preaching services during
August. All cordially invited. Strang
First Methodist Episcopal Rev. J.
C. Rollins. D. D., Pastor.
Sunday school meets at 9:43.
Strangers made welcome.
Morning worship at 11 a. m., with
sermon by the pastor.
Union Young Peoples' service at 7
o'clock at the Presbyterian church.
Theme, "The Value of Decision,"
Otto Johnson, Leader.
Union evening services at the Pres
byterian church. The Rev. Q. W.
Dunlap will preach.
The public is Invited to all services.
The church Is located on the corner
of Lead avenue a,nd South Third
Buffalo, New York, is in sack cloth and ashes. The other day a Buf
falo man found 1500 In an, ash barrel, and now no ash barrel Is allowed to
AAAnrx. InvAotlirallnn In Vi a t.n-n Thfiftt I . 1 Y mlttUna In 4. 1 aha
Buffalo's department stores would allow every customer buying 110 worth
to search a fresh ash barrel.
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It Is a real luxury to be a husband In Japan. Styles in women's clothes
in that country, according to an eastern authority, have not changed in
J, 500 years. If styles stood pat for as many weeks iti this country, Ameri
can husbands would have a snap. . . . -
The latest Invention Is a hew fangled lamp with which to electrocute
mosquitoes. Htever. It la yet to be demonstrated that this new idea is
any better than smashing them In the good old fashioned way.
A ...w . J
Junk has sold for 120.000. As a cash proposition it is better to
Junk than an argosy of the muses.
It may be that the warshaps of the United States navy are death traps,
but no one will doubt for a minute that at the worst, they shoot both ways,
The English aren't always wrong,
cil has voted to abolish living pictures.
For instance, the London town coun-
The king Is getting old.
A Georgia prophet predicts the end of the world In December.
; the state prohibition law goes into effect January 1.
Rockefeller hna let out
Is gone. Or does be means
another pessimistic peep,
the confidence game?
A member of the Missouri National Guard was
lightning. Probably he was out of step.
struck and killed
A Chicago professor has been Inquiring why a girl becomes engaged to a
man. Probably Just because.
A bear has been seen in the woods near Sagamore Hill. Nature faker
have a come-back here.
The Standard Oil has been fined all right, but who Is going to pay the
It means a Discount of One-Fifth of the
cost of the goods-practically $20 on every
$100.00 bought. Call and see about it
Furniture, Crockery, Rugs and Draperies
F. H. Strong Cornerr2dndCopper
L. C. Smith Guns
Iver Johnson and Har
rington & .Richardson
Ammunition By the Car Load
If you need anything in this line call or write to us
Our Prices Can't be Beat
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
The Rosweli Record bun restored harmony In the republican party
So far the Knight, of th Latchkey have not struck.
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MEN'S SUITS GET MARCHING ORDERS
Our Men's SuiU have received orders to move and move they must.
We'll make every one of them move at some price. It's good business on our
part. But, while a loss for us, it's
A GREAT SAVING FOR YOU
If you were a Clothier, Sir, and had more suits on hand than you could possi
bly sell this season would you keep them over until next year and let them get
out of style and rusty besides losinj the use of the money or sell them now?
Sell them of course you would, so would any sensible Man.
That's Just What We're Going to Do
Look over these price cuts and, if ever you expect to buy another Suit of ,
Clothes buy It HOW. It will be the best investment ever made.
SEE PRICES IN WINDOWS
Miss Pledad Chaves, daughter of
Mellton Chaves of the Klrst Mitionat
bank, and Alejandro sanaovai, bom
of Jesuit MarU Sandoval, tne weii
known sheep raiaer-, wero murneu
this moriilnK at It o'clock at the
Church of the Sucred Heart. A wea-
diim breakfuxt was Served at me
home of the bride at 608 West Silver
avenue following -the ceremony ana
the younB couple were trie recipient,
of a number of beautiful gifts from
friends and relatives, ,The bride aim
Krouin left on tne nyer nu iimm iir
upend therr honeymoon in iiiunim.
Ilolh of the contracting parties are
well known -and popular in this city
and they have the tfooa vine or a
larKe circle of friends lor meir iu-
A number of out-of-town relatives
una friends attended the weddlntf.
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
COMMERCE. j j j
Andrew Jackson Chair
The Golden Rule Dry tloods Co.'s
great cash reduction sale closes Tues
day, Aus. 20th. Now la the time to
buy at low prices.
De Witt's Little Earl risers don't
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to
take. Sold by J. H. O' Kielly & Co.
is evident that nheep raisers
goon own their own grazing
There are very few solid tracts
perfect title. I offer 2.500 acre
ng tract, on Cebolleta tlrant;
5.000 acres adjoining, or winter
ng. with valleys producing tine
etc.. without Irrigation.
,. li. PRLNCB, Santa Ke, N. M.
Light, comfoi table, durable
and especially adapted to hard
Rocker to match
Come and see our line of ....
OLD HICKORY FURNITURE
308-310 W. Central Avenue
. . Staab Building