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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque. New Mexico.
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nbie and durable furniture that Is made spreads among the V
housekeepers in Albuquerque. We have a new and attractive T(
Mock of furniture for fall and winter use that is worthy the In-
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. i ...c- connoisseur. Rugs at remarkably low price. fi
Onp jrrar Thy mnll In advance ?i.nO
One iiionlh by mnll 50
One month by carrier within city limit 60
Entered ns seooml-clns mnttor nt the rnvtoffloc of Album-crone. X. f.,
ntW ct of I'onsrrw of March 3. 1870.
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Tlio only llttiMrntori ilnily noui.iprr In New Mexico ntnl the liest ml
VMIIntiig meliiiiii of the Soiithurxt.
the amivoxekqit: citizex is:
Tlip leading Kc-publlc-nn dally anil wecjkly npw-pnprr of the Southwest.
Tlic advocate of lU'inihllcan principles and the "Square Ileal.'
THE AI.ni"Ql"EHQl"E C ITI7.EX HAS:
Tlie finest equlped Job department In New Mexico.
Tlie bitest reports by Associated Irew and Auxiliary News Service.
"we r.irr the news nusr."
Governor Curry has pone on n "hike." No doubt the governor has
taken many and many a hike in his time. Hp has hiked in the early morn
ing, the hfiit of the day and the chill of the night. He has hiked after In
dians, had men and locoed steers on the plains of New Mexico, and he has
hiked after Phllipinos in the Inlands across the Pacific. In fact, the gov
ernor has done considerable "hiking" in his time and he knows what It Is to
hike. Put in all his hike?" George Curry has always kept a weather eye
along the trail to guard against ambiu-h or surprise.
On this hike the governor is going up agains a different proposition than
any he ever faced in this territory or the Philippines. He Is meeting differ
ent conditions. Hut the governor, without doubt, will remember his old
campaigning experience and he will keep a weather eye fir possible surprises
or ambuscades of a political nature.
Governor Curry is hiking he is visiting again old haunts and old friends
and he Is renewing old friendships.
Fortunately, however, the governor has hiked over the same trail many,
many times before and he doesn't require a guide. He knows the people and
the people know George Curry.
The more Governor Curry hikes It over the trails of this territory, the
better the people will be pleased. The people who don't already know the
governor want to meet him and those who do know him want to see him
Incidentally while hiking. Governor Curry will observe the footprints and
other marks along the Industrial and political trails that wind In and out
through each community. The governor will learn many things of great
Interest to himself, the people and the territory generally.
Governor Curry has been in some pre!!;- J.'s-! places both in New Mexico
and the Philippines. Attempts have been made to capture George Curry
by the Phllipinos In Samar and elsewhere, but generally George Curry cap
tured the Phllipinos.
Now while the governor is hiking over somewhat new trails, if there is
any one lying In wait with a political sandbag It would be jut as well If he
would place It carefully under his coat and not let any one know that he
The governor Is making this little hike to meet old friends and shake
hands, but the chances are that if he saw signs of an cmhuscade, he would
take a little side trip into the mlsqulte and capture a sand bag or two Just
for the fun of the thing.
When George Curry goes on a hike he generally brings back something
to show for It and the people will wait with Interest, to see the results of
Governor Curry's hike.
I'p at the Capital they say It means a few changes In official circles
It may be sold that all the great powers, notably the leading naval pow
ers are manifesting warlike enterprise, says the Kansas City tar. The
building of fleets, the strengthening of coast fortifications, the Improvement
In ordnance and the many other marks of progress toward the highest pos
sible fighting efficiency, denote that the world Is not yet trusting to the dawn
of peace to avert the possibility of another war. Hut in the way of a rela
tively small thing, the alertness And extravagance of Japan In buying 1,000
of the latest and most effective torpedoes, a recent Invention, thus circum
venting a purcha.se of the same missiles by the United States and practically
removing them from the market for a long time, is particularly significant.
One does not need to be a "Jingo" to experience some concern over the rela
tions between the United States and Japan. The official exchanges are cor
dial and reassuring. But diplomacy is a game of tergiversation at best, and
too much must not be trusted to Its superficial form. The truth is that the
California Issue Is not settled, but merely suspended, not even formally com
promised. It Is a double Issue in this country, for it involves a grave ques
tion of states' rights at home and the exclusion issue with Japan. And
right now the only thing that Justifies attention to the peculiar attitude of
Japan is that such attention may show the neces-ity for this country, at the
earliest possible time, to adjust the relations of states with reference to ques
tions involving the treaty rights of other nations as to remove the only ex
cuse that Japan could have for an bsue with this country and at the same
time obviate similar friction with foreign powers In the future.
The Raton Range calls Governor Curry a hero of San Juan hill. George
Curry va a brave and fearless soldier as every one knows from the Phlli
pinos to the United States war department, but it will doubtless be news to
Governor Curry to hear that he is a San Juan hill hero. In fact, the gov
ornor said in his Inaugural address that while other Hough Riders were fight
ing the soldiers of Spain on San Juan hill, he was fighting tlies at Tampa.
Not meaning to disparage the governor's military record In the least, The
OH sen would suggest to the Range that it interview the new governor on the
eubject under discussion. There were a whole lot of soldiers at San Juan
Mil who haven't half the military record of our governor.
The Moors fought with reckless bravery according to the report of the
French officers on laat Sunday's battle. As a result four French soldiers
were slightly wounded. Did the Moors really shoot at the French soldiers
or did the French soldiers receive those wounds In opening canned meat for
mess? The war correspondent ought to get busy and enlighten the public.
Apparently the autoo In Winfleld, Kansas, cause more casualties than all the
reckless bravery of the Moors' picked army.
Kdltor C. D. Ambrose, of the Iemlng Graphic, Is back from the heaving
Pacific. In the cold waters of which he took his annual plunge and bath. He
crawled out with teeth chattering and swore the air down there Is heavy and
damp. Silver City Enterprise. Having taken his annual bath, Brother
Ambrose should now get a semi-annual shave ami hair cut, grease his boots
and again assume his wonted place in the social life of Demlng's aristocracy
Will somebody tear down the bill boards? They are the most unsightly
anairs ever inflicted upon a growing hustling city and they ought to be for
bidden by city ordinance within the city limits.
nat nave me Philippines cost? asks an inquisitive xchange. The
best answer is trouble besUles more money than (he avenge Am.-Henn can
gratip the meaning of.
The fact that a Kansas Judge sent a man to Jail for 3o d ij-s for a-s lull
ing a base ball umpire will be a great shock to the Irritable f.ni with the Hp
The Chicago man who fell dead while urging with a street car conduct
or might have known how he would fare if he attempted UT.ythiisg on that
j ne news mat ix-odwood, s. 1)., Is an orderly, well-conducted commerc ial
city will be a sad revelation to the youthful admirers of Icadword Hick.
A Aew York broker is seeking a court injunction ug.iinst a woman to
prevent her from telling trade secrets. Isn't he a mean old thing?
rjne tact that 5!U persons have been drowned this y.i.r will h ive r.o
effect next reason on the che erful chump who rock tlie boat.
A man was showing a friend throueh hl house. it wn n hie- hoimo
It made an imposing show to people who passed alonir the avenue. Hut th
outside didn't tell the story of the Inside. A woman being shown through
the large, luxuriantly furnished rooms would have said it was perfectly
There wore costly rugs on the hardwood floors. T.nri no.i Kmn
Ings adorned the walls. The furniture was magnificently unholstered. nnd
scattered about were elegantly embroidered sofa pillows, table covers and the
iiKe. in tne windows were expensive lace curtains, and heavy and beautiful
portieres hung in the double doors connecting the rooms.
"What a beautiful home!" exclaimed the visitor, in admiration, as he
looked upon all the evidences of wealth and luxury. "How happy anybody
must be to be able to live In such a home."
The wife, who accompanied her husband and guest through the hone
responded, as a weary expression passed over her face, "Yes, that's what
people say when they see this home. Hut they would get awfully tired of all
this lovliness if th. y had to live with it all the time and keep it 'looking love
ly. I often envy a much simpler home where the uw..ioi.nui,.u ,.t v. ,...
?n are much less." '
That was a revelation to the visitor. He hadn't thought ,,f :i ir. k,t
light. And somehow the home looked less beautiful after thnt
Evidently the inexorable law of compensation ent in It work to tvo, .-
tie as well as in the cottage. The more wealth a man accumulated beyond
his actual needs, the more responsibilities he assumed and the hinder It
became to live comfortably and happily.
It was pleasant to show all this elegance to his friends but the m m Unoc
al! the time that It wasn't making either him or his wife any happier. They
" "ouisa ciay m a nou-e wnose magnificence made them weary;
and the only enjoyment they got out of It was the ftw moments now and then
when they could watch a friend enjoy it.
I-ace curtains. Turkish rugs, oriental portieres, embroidered sofa pillows
and richly upholstered furniture didn't make sleep anv sweeter, food any
more wholesome, the air any purer or the sunlight any brighter and all of
them caught and held more disease germs than could find an abiding place
in the humble cottage.
And somehow it seem as If the more we have of the material luxuries
of life the less we have of love. Every man can have love In his home even
though there be little else. If there is too much else there Isn't so much
room for love.
The poorest man who has love in his home Is In position to pity the poor
ln-eds rilcl l or Kccoicl.
Jesus Romero and wife to
Felix Montoya, a piece of land
in precinct No. 13. Price $S5.
Kmiliano Uriego and wife to
Felix Montoya, a piece of land
in precinct Xo. 13. Price Jf0.
1-ioyd Hunsaker to Surah J.
Vantlect, lot 8. block J, High
land addition, south.
Jesus Romero and wife to Fe
lix Montoya, a piece of land in
ooi town, i-rice !o
Ylarlo Gonzales. a well known
sheepman of La Joya, is transacting
business In the city.
Mrs. O. J. Duran. of Demlng, Is
visiting in the city at the home of
Ir. and Mrs. I. U. Labbe on liast
Deputy United States Harry Coop
er left yesterday for various points
In Valencia county to serve Jury summons.
A marriage license was issued to- I
day to tiorla Tareiv of Kansas City'
and M. W. Sheppard of Sar. Antonio,'
Ir. A. U. Henderson. 123 South'
High street, is able to be around
again after a few weeks' confinement
In the house, on account of illness.
The liarelas Grays will not play
baseball next Sunday. Thev will no
to Traction Dark instead and tret a I
few points on the national uame
Trinidad and Albuquerque play it.
Matlas Contreras. of I .a Joya, an
ex-member of the territorial legis
lative council and one of the most
prominent stock raisers of Socorro
county, is In the city on business.
All the Brownies were out to prac
tice yesterday afternoon excepting
Captain McDonald and Charles Kuuz.
You better gel busv Cap. You were
certainly off during the Clifton
Mrs. Davis, who conducts a room
ing house on South Third street, fell
from a porch in front of her house
this moning and was painfully but
not seriously injured.
Harry Paulsen, of this c'.tv. has re
appointment of clerk in
po:stut!l"c department at
silver City will eiiforre the six-shooter law. Ix-ts see as we remember
It the six-shooter law was pull your gun first and keep shooting.
President Roosevelt has decided not to electrify the cou.--.try by making
a dash to settle the- telegraphers' strike right on the dot.
' lA Chicago man has left ISO.OOO to build a monument for a horse he
owned fifty years ago. Evidently that horse never balked.
It was only natural that after fish had called narahan a tool he should
give him a raking over.
me local postoitu-e.
been made for an
here by the
Will Chadwiek, of Charles Crad
wlek & Co.. has returned to the city
from the Pecos valley, where he went
a week ago to receive lj.mio sheep
purchased there recently by the company.
Miss Vlda Plntiey, a
graduate of the normal
f the University of New
last night for I.is ('nice
wiil teach In the public
Frank William, nr T'eoos, N. M.,
Is registered at Slurges' European.
Mr. Williams says that there have
been more people recreating on the
Upper Pecos the past summer than
The case of First National bank
vs. H. J. Havtrkamp and G. L. Kyle
is being argued before Judue Ira A.
Aibbott at the district court. Attor-
1 est year's
. where sh
neys Felix Dearer and O. N. Marrun
j appear for the plaintiff and Attorney;
Summers Hurkhart Is named for the!
defendants. As Attorney Hurkhart
will leave for a visit to Virginia to
night, Frank H. Moore, of the law
firm of Hickey and Moore, will con
duct his aide of the case.
The body of Dr. A. ft. McIIaffey,
who died a few days ago In Chicago,
arrived in Albuquerque at 1:15
o'clock this morning and was taken
to Adam's undertaking parlors. Fu
neral announcement iater.
Forest Inspector A. o. Waha Is in
charge of the ottlce of chief inspec
tor of the third district of the for
est serlce during the absence of Chief
inspector 1. D. ISronson. who is now
making a tour of the reserves in Ari
General John Borradaile, Sheriff
I'erfecto Armijo and Judge Jesua Ro
mero have been appointed as a com
mittee to have charge of the 1,000
horsemen who will form the guard
to ijovernor ueorge currv at the ter
All members of Learnard & Linel
emanu Hoys' band are requested to
meet at the music store of Learnard
V Dindemann at 8:30 a. m. Sunday,
with Instruments, to practice march
u.g and playing on the march.
Learnard & Lindemann.
Joseph Walsh, eon of Mr. and
Mrs. Luke Walsh, has gone to St.
Mary's Kansas, to enter college at
that place. The young man gradu
ated from the Immaculate Concep
tion School here lust var and is un
usually bright for a boy of his age.
The game tomorrow will begin at
4 o'clock. This late hour has been
appointed so that those of the busi
ness men who like the spot and can
may so arrange their affairs to get
out to the game. The Trinidad team
will arrive this evening on truln No.
A contract has been let to Sobcdra
Sanchez to make kii0 worth of re
pairs on the school house at Ran
chos de Atrisco. The contract in
cludes a new roof for the building.
P. C. Garcia has been elected trustee
of the Ranchos de Atrisco district,
vice I'. Armijo, resigned.
Trinidad, the year old baby of Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Sanchez, of old town
died this morning at 6 o'clock of
pneumonia. The funeral will be held
from, the church of San Felipe de
-en mi v o ciock tomorrow morning.
Interment in Santa Barbara cc-niis
A. J. Ormston and wife, of Oil
City, Pa., and Jack irmstun and
wife of Pittsburg, en route to Cali
fornia, stopped a few hours in this
city yesterday to visit with Dr. and
Mrs. J. A. Reidy. Mr. A. J. Oriuston
is the man who originated the idea
of souvenir postal cards.
The fair association has heard from
all railroads in the southwest, that
are in any way in position to help
boost the fair, and all have agreed
to give the best possible rates. A
half fair has been granted by the
Rock Island. D. & It. G. and Santa
I-'e Central, and the Santa Fe will
give a better rate than a half fare.
Jose Ldldanado, of Pajaiilo, a
"mail village south of thee city, was
struck uno stunned by lightning yes
terday afternoon during u thunder
shuwer. lie was not seiiuusly in
jured, however, and was reported to
day as having fully recovered from
the shock. The lightning spent the
most of its force on a tre under
which Beldanudo was standing.
An electric irrigation Pump for the
Meoau! school arrived here yester
day, but tv re a ho n of an erroj-, a part
of the machine was not cast accord
ing to the requirements and it will
have to be recast. This pump has u
are usually acquired piece by piece, odd or In sets. We have some
fine "pick-ups" for you. .And they're rare bargains. Prettiest
novelties In art wares ever offered for sale in this town. Ex
quisite designs and dainty decorations in china and glassware at
amazingly low n Ices. Beautiful dinner sets $10 and up. Hand
some toiltt sets 6.E0 and up. Splendid values.
F. H. Stroner Str2-lg B,.s!
73 corner za and Lnnnpr et.
V WS. 9 ". v tumuli.
Winchester Repeaters l?
A Good Gun
Remington Automatics S
L. C. Smith Guns
Iver Johnson and Har- JK
rington & Richardson
mmunition 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.
After months of preparation for our fall
and winter trade. NX e now take pleas
ure in announcing that we have on sale
two of the leading clothing houses in the
The Washington and Alfred Benjamin & Ca.
Come, see our artistically cut and elegantly tailored
Suits and overcoats-the clothing that captures
the town. See our long line of the season's correct
hats. Neckwear, shirts gloves and other fine toggery
M. Mandell, Fine Clothiogand Furnishings
Nettleton Fine Shoes Crosset Shoes
capacity of 700 gallons of water a
day and will be installed at the
school by the Hellance Electric and
Construction company of this city.
The Leggett and Tlatt Xo. 1 spring
only IS. Sold on thirty days approval.
Never sags, cluarnnteed 10 years by
us anil the makers. We will take
your old spring In pin payment.
Telephone 376. Kutrelle Furniture
t'ti., west end of viaduct. Sole agents.
Nearly all cough cures, especially
those that contain opiates, are cons
tipating. Kennedy's I-axative Cough
Syrup contains no opiates and acts
gently 011 the bowels. Pleasant to
lake. For sale by J. H. u'ltielly it'
The Trinidad-Mctntosh Drown
games Saturday and Sunday promise
io be humdingers.
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE KFXT TO BANK CF
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Relleyet Cold by working thm out of
tha system through a copious and bsalthy
action of ths bowels.
Rellerss Coughs by cleansing ths
mucous membranes of ths throat, chsst
and bronchial tubes.
"As pleasant to the tasta
as Mple Sugar"
Children Like It
For BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Tn
ItWItfl Kldiwi ad Bladdar PlUt-Suri ind Sift
J. II. O'lUKXLY & CO.
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We Have Just Received a Full
Line of Carpets and Rugs
Come and See Them.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
303-310 W. Central Avenue
. . Staab Building