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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
Monday, ArrasT 2i inor.
THE ALBUQUERQUE citizen TRAIN BARELY ESCAPES BOSTON IDEAL COMP-
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
By (he Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
W. S. STRICKLER
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
One your by ninll In sulvnnpe $5.00
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One month by currier within city limits AO
KmpmhI ns oonl-clni matter lit the Postofflcc of Albuquerque, N. M.,
ndcr Art of Congress of March 3, 1879.
The only Illustrated dnlly newspaper In New Mexico nntl the best ai
vertlping medium of the Southwest.
the amu'qi-erqve citizen is:
The iPmlliiR Republican dally and weekly newspaper of the Southwest.
Tlie advocate of Republican principle and the "Square Deal."
THE AMUQEEROrE CITIZEN HAS:
The finest equipped Job demrtment In New Mexico.
The latent reports by Associated Press and Auxiliary News So trice.
"WE GET THE NEWS FIRST."
8 fie CouCd Cooli
Mm. George Fheldon, wife of the governor of Nebraska has solved "the
A few days afro Mm. Sheldon lost nil her household help. When the
last jrirl went away Mrs. Sheldon rolled up her sleeves, put on her apron
and dust cap nnd started to do her work without assistance.
More than that. When the governor, who had some guest? to dine,
remarked that he would take them to the hotel, Mrs. Sheldon said: "No,
bring them right up to the mansion." She cooked the dinner a good one
malted on the table and tlew from the kitchen to the dining room Just 08
nhe did when she was the wife of farmer Sheldfjn down on the "old home
The new.pnpem printed a fine story about It.
Why shouldn't the governor's wife do her own work when It became
necessary? We are all plain people and none of us are above working.
There is no doubt Gov. Sheldon could. If need were, take his hand at the
plow and chop wood for his wife's stove besides.
But the moral of the story Is this: Mrs. Sheldon was properly educated.
Of course she Is a cultured woman. She Is a club leader and all that.
But her education has not been neglected.
That Is not education which puts a young girl upon a platform, dress
ed In white, to read an essay on the heroines of Shakespeare when at the
same time she cannot cook a meal or take care of a home.
That is not education which unfits a girl rather than fits her for a ntr
m&l career. v
That is not education which falls to teach a girl the duties of wife and
homemaker, and which sometimes goes further to create in her a distaste
for such work and encourages the belief that she should be above such
We are Just beginning to see the falsity of Buch so-called education.
That Is why along with our manual training for boys we are Introduc"
lng In the schools domestic science for the girls. The parent ought to
Instruct the daughter In these matters. If she can. Falling in that, the state
must give this practical Instruction.
Mrs. Sheldon's pretty story of "Every Governor's Wife Her Own Man
sion Keeper" Is a fine object lesson for American girls who have Imbibed
wrong Idea as to what constitutes an American lady.
Base Bad to tfie Rescue
If there is one thing that will save this era from being one of material
ism, drudgery, the almighty dollar and the almlghtier trust it Is baseball
There lives no man with soul so dead who will not leave the ofQce or the
mansion or the cottage or In fact most anywhere except the county Jail, to
go out and root for the home team. ... ,y
Right now Albuquerque has a variety of baseball aggregations. The
Mcintosh Browns, the Geronimos, the Barelas nine and a superfluity ol
kid organizations all anxious for scalps.
Albuquerque Is one of the liveliest baseball towns In the southwest. The
local fans yefterdny witnessed a game between the Geronimos and the So
corro team, shouted themselves hoarse, saw the Geronimos lose the game,
rushed for a car and upon reaching Second street and Central' avenue, the
whole crowd made a wild race for the nearest telegraph office to find out
how the Brownies were making out against the Trinidad bunch.
The score was one to one: It would have done old John D. Rockefel
ler good Just to hear the healthy American yell when that score was an
nounced. Then the gloom that fell over the crowd when Trinidad swiped
the game at a score of 2 to 1. would remind one of a slump on Wall street.
There Is no danger of America becoming wholly mercenary so long as
baseball continues at Its height.
There can't be much of a trust or combine formed while some rubbery
armed pitcher Is delivering goods that no batter can find. No trust mag
nate nor office boy, could be Induced for a mere financial consideration, to
miss a game where the core was one to one In the eight inning ana odds
were even on the result of the ninth.
What this country needs is not a bigger army or a bigger navy but more
An optimist Is a man who can toss all night on a cushion In a G-ila
valley passenger coach and then admire the sunrise, says an Arizona paper.
A pessimist Is a man who reads every word in the paper without a line
from the outside world and then declares that "there is nothing In it."
An Englishwoman's declaration that the falling off of the birth rate
In England Is due to the precedence of millinery over matrimony in the
hearts of her fellow women gives rise to fearful speculations. What If
Mother Eve had gone In for fashions instead of a family!
There Is one advantage at leant In being Isolated from the outMde
world, says the Arizona Sliver Belt. Japan may have declared war on the
United States and, as we don't know anything about It, we have nothing to
Ket excited about.
A New York man "resigned" from a thirteen club of which he was a
me-mber by committing suicide, which, as Arthemus Ward said about
drinking whisky like It was so much water, "is about as big a fool way
of going to perdition as I know of."
England classes our navy as the second In strength and efficiency In
the world England of course, being first. Mr. J. Bull, however, ought to
remember I'aul Jones and the, time when England didn t clasa our navy
A New Jersey statesman who helped to secure -the enactment of anti
speed laws killed a boy with his automobile the other day. Itut. then. It's
hard to run an automobile and remember ones past at me same lime.
Cucumbers are Raid to be 95 per cent water, and us Texas hirs a car
load of cucumbers a day It is easy to understand what becomes of the water
in that state that Isn't UHid for bathing purposes.
The baleful influence of the mother-in-law Is again seen in the ca?e
of Red Shirt, the Sioux warrior, who committed suicide because his wife's
mother refused to live with him and chop all the family wood.
The Onwiha Examiner tells of a Muskogee Indian who went to church
arrayed itt a blue union suit and a sac k coat. If Mark Twain hears of it
he will wonder why he never thought of that combination.
Herr Rebel, the German socialist, might as well try to make us be
lieve there are no hops in Germany "3 y there !s no Justice In
The see-skin yoke having gone out of fashion, Newport has Inaugurated
the knee-high skirt. Thus do the styles veer from one extreme to the
Why all this excitement about a meat famine in New York? Thought
they lived on champagne and truffles in Gotham.
Secretary Taft can see no black peril in the south, but this view will
make dark reading for Senator Tillman. ,
The Ohio youth who ate pie while robbing a pusiofflce and was arrett
ed can hardly be blamed for feeling crusty.
Found at last, a perpetual motioa machine the wllliaintaft. I'atent
applied for by T. l.
Read trie advertisements in the Citizen and you v.411 know who Is doing
business !n Albuquerque.
PLUNGING INTO A
Ran on Ties for Eighty Yards
Philadelphia, Ph., Aug., 20. The
forward truck on one of t lie passenger
coaches attached to the I'ottsvllle
accommodation train on the Phila
delphia and Heading road. Jumped
a switch on the west side of tne
Schuyklll river near the approach to
Schuykill bridge In this city, and the
entire train narrowly escaped plung
ing over a sixty-foot .embankment
Into the river. After leaving the
track the train ran eighty yards, the
derailed wheels tearing up the
roadbed for the entire distance. The
passengers were thrown from their
seats, but none were injured.
Scenes of wild confusion followed
the stopping of the train, and the
passengers seemed unable to recover
hemselves for several minutes. Many
of the women ran about shrieking as
though they were painfully hurt, but
when examined by physicians. of
whom several were soon on the scene
it was discovered that not a person
was more than badly bruised.
15 YEARS YET BEFORE
Recent Donations of S 1 75.-
000 Will Merely Construct
New York. Aug., 26. Announce
ment has been made that the crossing
of the cathedral of St. John the Ir
vine on Morningside Heights, will be
completed through the SlUU.uOit fund
contributed by J. P. Morgan, and the
7,0oo given by George S. Bowdern.
It Is thought that It may be seventy
five years before the cathedral Is
fully completed, but the completing
of the crossing will give space where
5,000 people may congregate.
This new work that is provided for
will carry the building from the choir
to the great arch, thus making the
arms of the . auditorium which is to
be erected ultimately.
HAS BAD RECORD
Police Foil Jail Break -Young Hello
Arrested For Stealing; Bicycle
James Hoslck, police detective for
the city of Eos Angeles, arrived In
the city this morning to get Eddie
Merriman, the young man wanted in
Los Angeles and arrested ou
board an eastbound Santa Fe train
by Thos. McMillin, chief of police of
Merriman is the one whose head-
work figured out the attempted JaJl
break, which was discovered Satur
day night none too soon, and it Is
believed that he has a criminal rec
ord that reaches across the contin
ent. The officers had a talk with him
this morning and he admitted that
he had been In trouble In Pittsburg.
Chicago and at Denver, previous to
going to jjos Angeles, When asked
what kind of trouble he had been In
be told the officers that that was for
them to find out.
In attempting to escape from the
room In the Korber building, which
is serving as a Jail, Merriman and
two other prisoners flug a hole In a
brick wall, which would let them on
the outside, and when discovered had
gotten so well along that one more
Drlck remained between them and
freedom. The plot was uncovered by
the chief of police and the prisoners
removed to the county Jail.
A young man by the name of Kel
ley, of 1423 West Central avenue,
was arrested by officer Knanti today
charged with stealing a bicycle own
ed by Norman Mayo. The wheel was
recovered. Young Kelley says that he
got the wheel from another boy.
ANY IS SURELY
Will Open Two Weeks' En,
E. L. Fairchild, manager of the
Iloston Ideal opera Company, was
in the city yesterday and concluded
arrangements with Manager Chad
bourne of the Albuquerque Traction
company for playing a two weeks'
engagement at the Casino. The com
pany will arrive on the 17th of Sep
tember and play three operas a
week during the engagement. In Ei
Paso they played to big business and
were warranted in extending their
time In that city to several weeks
longer than was expected. The El
Paso newspapers lent hearty support
to the company as soorl as they were
convinced that only first class per
formances were given.
Since leaving Albuquerque they
have added a number of new operas
to their repertoire and it will not be
necessary for them to repeat any
that were produced here during the
former engagement. Also, the com
pany has been strengthened by the
acquisition of Frank O. Burgess, a
brother of William and Arthur Bur
gess, otherwise the cast is the same.
If Frank Dale, who Is at present
convalescing from a critical illness
at St. Joseph's hospital, is able to ap
pear, ne will be reengaged to piay
certain roles In the company when It
Manager Fairchild said there was
a possibility of his company remain
ing here during the territorial fair if
the indications for good business
BAR ASSOCIATION WAS
(Continued from Pnse One.)
We are Cutting Stock
and are Making a
Straight Discount of
20 Per Cent for Cash
HOME COMFORT during warm weather is given by the use of
cool prairie grass, reed, rattan and mallarca furniture, it looks
cool and inviting, and it feels cool and comfortable. When your
home is furnished with an eye to comfort you needn't run away
from it in summer. You can find anything you need in summer
furnishings at our .store.
F. H. Strong CornerandConnr
t A Good Gun
Of stocks of all kinds will be made
twice a month at Mitchell's lud
Barn, on Copper avenue. Mr. Mitch
ell has decided upon this plan of
disposing of stock owing to the many
demands he has from both purchas
ers and sellers to handle horses,
mules, vehicles, harness, etc.
The first sale will begin Saturday,
August 31st at 2 o'clock p. h.. sharp.
August 31st at 2 o'clock p. in., sharp,
horses broken to saddle and harness.
They range In weight from 600 to
1,000 pounds each. This Is an ex
cellent opportunity for some of the
city's young folks who are interested
in securing a nice pony, to buy one
at their own price. Other livestock
will also be in the sale. Nothing sold
Mr. Mitchell will be pleased to
have you list anything In the sto.k
line with him early, in order that he
may be able to advertise same before
Terms of sale, cash, anil everything
will positively go to the highest bid
der. Inspect slock at Red Harn be
F. II. MITCH EEL,
"The Law of Waters and the Futuro
of Irrigation in New Mexico," and
though he pleaded lack of time to
prepare for such a big subject was
fully satisfactory In his address, nev
ertheless. A. II, McMlllen spoke on the sub
ject of "Statehood'' and in an elo
quent address presented many Inter
esting and vital facts in connection
with that important theme.
Judge G. A. Richardson responded
to the toast, "Domestic Relations"
In the absence of Judge Edward A.
Mann, to whom the subject was
William Robinson, editor of the
Register-Tribune, handled the theme,
"The Press." In a frank and inter
esting manner, presenting phases of
the newspaper profession which' are
great In Importance though not gen
erally realized by the public.
R. H. Hanna, secretary of the as
sociation, responded to the toast,
"The Bar of Chavez County."
Those who attended the banquet
were: C. R. Price, of Carlsbad; A.
B. Renehan, of Santa Fe; Judge Ira
A. Abbott and A. B. McMlllen, of
Albuquerque; Will Robinson, K. K.
Scott. R. Kellahin, H. De B. Heflin,
Percy Eva.s, F. D. Lawhead, J. T.
Evans, K. S. Woodruff, H. H. Major,
Jr., of Alamogordo; Charles De
Freest, of Alamogordo; H. H Ma
xtor, of Alamogordo; O A Richardson.
R. L. Graves, George B. Barber, of
Lincoln; J. S. Lea, John A. Haley,
of Capltan; J. W. Thomas, E. A.
Cahoon, W. M. Atkinson, Col. J. W.
Wilson, J. F. Hinkle, John B. Arm
strong, of Carlsbad; D. L. Meyers, of
Amarlllo; George A. Fleming, of
East Las Vegas; Lucius Dills, Judge
Dills, R. T. McClung, W. S. Prager.
John W. Poe. C. L. Mallard. R. H.
Hanna, Wm. H. Pope and S. H. Cow
an. .McMlllen Well Pleased.
When asked about the trip, A. B.
McMlllen stated that upon the whole
it was one of the most pleasant that
he ever made. "At one time when
we were stranded on the Macho Hals,
about 27 miles from Roswell, with
the rear axles of two automobiles
broken, and standing In the rain,
mud and water, and uncertain as to
whether or not the only remaining
automobile, with the ladles, would
reach Roswell and send back relief,
things looked raiher drearv. Hut the
automobile did get through, and card
were sent to our relief and we soon
forgot our troubles.
"The session of the bar associa
tion was one of the best we have ever
held. The addresses were exceeding
ly lntresting, and especially that of
Samuel H. Cowan, of the Fort Worth
bar. on the Interstate commerce act.
"Not only the lawyers of the
Pecos valley, but the people of Ros
well, took keen interest In our meet
ings, all of which were well attend
ed. We met with such spontaneous
hospitality everywhere that our Slav
could not have been more pleasant."
For the goud of those suffering
with eczema or other such trouble. I
wish to say, my wife had something
of that kind and after using the doc
tors' remedies for some time con
cluded to try Chamberlain's Salve and
It proved to be better than anything
she had tried. For sale by all druggist.
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.
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Our sort of School Clothes puts a Boy on his metal
and his manliness stands right out They're just
right. Don't think of buying cheap or inferior Clothes
for a School Boy. It won't pay. It never pays ! Our
School Suits can not be made better or priced lower.
Our prices and quality agree.
Cntil i Market
Chicago, Auf., -ti. Cattle esli
mated at 23.IHHI. Steady to 10 high
er. Peeves 1 4 . 30 ti 7 . 4 5 ; cows and
heifers, II . 33 fii f . 50; Texas, 3 . 75 vi
i.iMi; western, f 4 . 25 14 6. 50; Mockers
and feeders, $ 2 . 60 fu 1 5 .00 ; calves.
$6.00. Sheep estimated at ls.ooo.
Steady to 10 higher. Sheep $3.25u
5.h0; yearlings, $5 . 60 '( 6 . 40 ; lambs.
15. 40 i 7.60.
Kansas City. Mo., Aug., 2il. Cat
tle, 15,000, Including 2.000 ouihcrns.
Steady, Southern steers, 13.65'ij
$4.o; southern cows. 12 . 00 ii 3 . 25.
Pe Witt's Little EarlJ risers don't
sicken or gripe. Small pills, easy to
take. Sold by J. H. O' Rlelly & Co.
TOO LATE TO CI.ASMI'V.
FOR RENT Three rooms furniohed
ftir housekeeping at 302 South Sec
ond fctiect, 12 per month.
OFF FOR SCHOOL
The boys and girls will be off for
school shortly and if they need any
thing In wearing apparel we ate
prepared to fit I hem out with Cloth
ing, Hats and Shoes. We sell the
well known "linsier Brown" Shoes
for Hoys and Girls. oilier simes
$1.10 and up. We are selling a nice
line of girls wash dresses at a big re
duction. Hoys' knee pants, all sizes,
25c. 50c and 75c. liovs' knee pants
suits. $2.00 to $4.50. Hoys' long
pants suits. $3.50 to $6.00; B"ys'
caps. 25c and 60c; Boy's hats 25o
to $1.25; Boys' suspenders, 5c, lflc
and 15c per pair; Boys' shirts, 25c
to 0c; Hoys' waists, 25c to 50c. We
cany a big line of dress Ginghams,
Calicos. Shirting, and , Perca les. To
each bov and girl buying a pair of
"liuster Urown" shoes we will give a
scheol tablet free.
(AMI 111" VERS ENIOV
Hi N. 2nd hi. WM. DOI.UE
Our sort of School Suits are made from the most durable
Cheviots and Cassimeres. Sewed with Silk-linings strong
buttons on with strong linen thread. Every point where
strain comes is reinforced. Nothing omitted that would
add to the appearance of the Suit. And yet we name
such moderate prices as lm-
$3.00, $4.00, $5.00, $6 OO or 7.00
We guarantee ever) School Suit we sell to hold op ta the high standard we represent.
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ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IN VALVE STEAD
ILY. 13 IX) 20 PER CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED IKILLARS
WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT MWi:U PRICES
THAN TUEV CAN BE BOUGHT Al
VANN JEWELRY CO.
One Door South of Drug Stone.
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup
jets gently upon the bowels and
clears the whole system of coughs
and colds. It promptly relieves In
flammation of the throat and allays
irritation. Sold by J. 11. O'Rieliy &
No appetite, loss ol strength, nervous
ness, hescUcho, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and eatarrh
of the stomach are all due to Indigestion.
Kodol relieves Indigestion. This uew discov
ery represents the natural Juices of diges
tion as they exist In a healthy tomach.
combined with the greatest known tonio
and reconstructive properties. Kodol for
dyspepsia dots not only relieve Indigestion
sod dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps all stomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball, ol Ravantwood, W, Va.. aara:
" I waa trouble! with awr Stomach for faranty ara,
Kockil curad aoi ara naw ualac it ta auk
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NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
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We Have Just Received a Full
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Come and See Them.
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