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ALBUQUERQUE EVETTX1T0 C1T1ZE2T.
MOXDAV, OCTOBER 2S. 10T.
SOOSEVELT Will GIVE NATIONAL EVILS SEVERE
ARRAIGNMENT IN MESSAGE TO CONGRESS
WAVE OE CRIME
WahlnKton, D. C Oct. 28. The
prenident'a mesmige, now In rough
Mrmtt, and noon to receive Its flnlxh
tng touches, will make the final rec
mmendntlons for completing the
The nioJt Important, perhaps, of
loot the treasury of any railroad,
and to spend for stocks what ought
to be fipent for rails and cars, the
people cannot reasonably expect
regular trains and cheap fares.
Therefore he will ask that utock Is
sues and bond Issues be put tinder
pervlslon. Publicity and federal su
pervision, the president believes,
must be had for such great Institu
tions as the Standard Oil Co. He
again suggested federal Incorpora
tion, with a recommendation that
the bureau of corporations have
.system more elnstlc and more re
sponsive to the changes of business
will be repented.
Other Pii'hject which will go to
make up the messiige are: The em
ployers' liability, and the propriety
of placing -the cost of acldents and
trIklnK new picture of President Itixwvrit and Ms cabin. rYom left to rlirtit:. It.Kw.-vdt, Root, Straus Gitrflrld. Mcti-nlf Cnrti-lvrm Tr.
Von Ii. Meyer, Wilton, lionaparte. '
all the recommendations will be that
relative to over-capitalisation of
railroads. The reckless methods of
""high finance" are. in the opinion
f the president, the greatest men
ace to good railroad service. 80
long: as It Is possible for Harrlman
or ome successor to Harrlman to
the supervision of the Interstate
A similar recommendation will be
made touching all corporations, not
railroads, doing an Interstate busi
ness, except that some other Instru
ment thon the Interstate commerce
commission will be suggested for su-
THE RISE OF LUCILLE
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Miss Lucll le Marocl
New Tork. Oct. 28. When little
Xucllll Marcel they called her
Lucy then romped upon the vaortnt
lota of an obscure Harlem neigh
borhood only a few years ago, no
one suspected that she was to have
sl coterie of dukes waiting upon her
smile almost before the neighbor
hood built up. The dukes are there.
Melody crept Into her lusty voice
as the years tlew apace. Her sing
ing the little corner church attract
ed attention. She studied modestly
at tlrst. Rapidly developing ability
spurred ambition and she went
Prom Berlin she went to Par!,
rhere Albert Carre of the Opera
i'umlgue engaged her for that Insti
tution after hearing her elng but
once. Jean De Heszke heard her
there and sought her out. He paid
1 her a salary for the privilege of
J teaching her.
In Berlin, where Miss Marcel first
gained recognition, she sang first at
! a muslcale In the home of Col. Frank
H. Mason, the American consul.
Subsequently she sang in the salon
of Countess de Hooileile under uie
patronage of Countess de Trobrland.
At a party In the home of a Rus
Ian millionaire, where she sang
from "La Tosca," Prince OrlorT es
corted her to supper and Grand
Duke Boris sat at her left. Dukei
and nobles speedily swelled the num
ber In her train or admirers.
After three years of study with
De Keweke, Miss Marcel had made
her debut In opera at Paris. Her
reception has been stunning. She
has declined offers from Helnrich
t'onrled and Oscar Hammersteln to
go to New York.
From Every Ounce Oj
When the mercury drops out of sight and
you just can't keep the house warm, you'll
lind it wonderfully convenient to use a
(Equipped with Smokeless Device)
It'i very light carry it about heat any cold
room, lurn the wick high
danger no smoke no sinel!
lor and gives nine hours oi
cozy com lor t at one filling oi
brass lont Finished in
nickel and japan. Every
or low no
'll " ike long
B00J ol ilcaJr.
light b idul tor
long winter tveniuoa
mi sr k by wmt tit your tyes. Late improved central
ink buraer. Mmilt oi brut, sickel pluj. Every lamp warrantee!.
U your eValer uauul supply lb Ray Lamp or ferkdiaa Oil
Heater, write our bur cat aacmcy lor a iuenptive circular.
CONTINENTAL OIL CO.
charge of Issuing corporate licenses.
In the matter of child labor the
president In anxious that some per
manent and effective agency he cre
ated by congress to deal with the
evil He Is anxious that congrevs
avoid any possible unconstitutionali
ty, or the practical difficulty which
would come from an Improper In
terference by the federnl govern
ment. In matters which belong pro
perly to the state; but he will ask
congress to take some kind of action.
One plan which has been proposed
Is the creation of a children's bureau
In Washington, with power and
means to investigate continuously,
letting the &ntlre country know the
conditions f they exist. Continual
agitation ami publicity, it is believ
ed, will compel the state to act..
The president, while still favoring
the Income tax, will be fairly satis
fied this winter if congress will pass
a law to tax inheritances, so that
the bigger the fortune the heavier
the tax that will go to the federal
treasury. Sucn a tax, Roosevele
thinks, will help to prevent perpets
atlon of great fortunes In a few fam
ilies. The message will deal vigorously
with corporation grabbing of coal
lar.ds, forests, oil and mineral de
posits still belonging to the govern
ment, and grazing lands. He will
ask for more protection.
On the subject of uniform divorce
and marriage laws the president
will point out facts calling for better
co-operation between the states.
On foreign relations the president
will discuss the sending of the fleet
to the Pacific. He will also discuss
our relations with Japan, and Inci
dentally the subject of barring ori
ental Immigration; and. with signifi
cant contiguity, he will talk about
an Increase In our fleet and the need
for more docks, coaling stations and
fortifications In the Philippines, Ha
waii and on the Pacific coast.
As to Immigration something cor
responding to an educational test of
Immigrants from continental Europe
will be the subject of a recommen
dation. The need for making the currency
injuries on the employment; amend
ment of the f-'hermn act to permit
reasonable co-operation of railroads;
arbitration of labor disputes; techni
cal and manual training for public
schools; subsidy for American ship
ping; deep waterways; perfection of
the food Inspection act; free trade
for the Philippines; the Panama ca
PROBING EXPRESS COM
PANIES AT OMAHA
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 28. Special
Examiner Brown of the Interstate
commerce commission is in Omaha
and this morning began taking tes
timony In an Investigation into the
business methods of the express
companies, which begins Id Omaha
on Monday. The hearing is the out
come of a complaint filed with the
interstate commerce commission by
Secretary Hranch of the Western
Krult Jobbers' association, alleging
that the express companies engage
In buying -and selling fruit and other
commodities in competition with fruit
fiitAxn jinv wir,ii
IX KS'l'KiATE INDIANS.
Tuscon, Ariz., Oct. 28. The United
States grand Jury assembled here to
day with a fairly long calendar of
cases to consider, most of them of
little relative importance in a news
ense. but of considerable interest
as bearing on the sale of liquor to
A Criminal Attack,
on an Inoffensive citizen is frequent
ly made in that apparently useless
little tube called the "appendix." It's
generally the result of protracted
constipation, following liver torpor.
Dr. King's New Life Pills regulate
the liver, prevent appendicitis, and
establish regular habits of the bow
els. 25c at all dealers.
SIa Killings Have Occurred
There In Period of
Solomnnvllle, Arlx., Oct. 28. Tl
mateo Barajns t-hot and killed Do
mingo Ouiterez at faflord last week
In a drunken quarrel, liarajas im
mediately disappeared and he has
not been found although a posse of
officers nre on his trail and expect
to capture him. Hoth the slayer and
the dead man were members nf a
section crew on the Olobe road.
inis is tne sixth killing that has
occurred In Oraham county in the
past two weeKS and the officers are
In a quandary what to do. The wave
of crime sweeping over the country
iihu its Beginning just two weeks ago
when a Mexican killed another at
Metcalf. Closely following on this
murder came the killing of a woman
at Clifton by a negro. There were
tnree other killings and the killing
last night at Harford brinas the total
up to six a record that has never
before been equalled In this county.
'Barajns and Ouiterei had been
drinking freely last night and they
finally became mixed up in a quarrel.
Harajas suddenly pulled a six shoot
er and shot Uuiterez, killing him in
stantly. When officer arrived a
short time after the killing they
could not find Hiralas. A rm.se w
quickly organized, however, and pur
suit was given.
in less there is a sudden cessation
of crime It Is more than probable
that Judge F. 8. Nave, of the dis
trict court will summon a special
grand Jury to take up the cases and
.to see that speedy punishment is
given 10 tne stayers, two of whom
are in Jail.
Tl't TMCAIlI WIMi HAVK
-KW STATE BANK SOON.
Capital Stock of $25,000 Already
uim-nisii BIHI uuict .vr
Tuoumenrl IV. M o.i vt w
Fisher, of Amarlllo, Is here for the
purpose of organizing another bank,
to be known as the Quay County
National bank. Twenty-five thou -and
dollars of stock haB already been
subscribed, and a charter will be ap-
t"ivu lur imineutateiy.
. A weak stomach, causing dyspep
sia, a weak Heart with nnlnltartnn -
intermittent pulse, always means
neaa siomacn nerves or weak Heart
nerves. Strengthen these inside or
controlling nerves with Dr. Snoop's
neaiurauve ana see now quickly
these ailments disappear. Dr.
Shoop. of Racine. Wis., will mall
samples free. Write for them. A
test will tell. Your health is cer
tainly worth this simple trial. Sold
by all dealers.
Furniture repairs. Oms. L. Kep.
pcler, 317-19 South Second.
SAN FRANCISCO MAYORALTY
WILL BE A HOT ONE
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Sun Kianclsoo, Oct. 28. S.m
Francisco's mayorality campaign has
resolved Itself into a gigantic battle
In which the weapons of warfare are
billboards and paint. Philosophy Is
the ammunition used. I'rtts agents
tte the gunners.
For Instance, It ! a case of read
tile billboards and take your choice,
lull posters and painters are having
picnic. Signs are In front of you.
on all sides and even under your feel
on the rldewalks.
From one point on Market ttreet
you can read the following advice on
"Avoid Industrial stagnation by
voting for llyun."
''Industrial peace brings prosper
ity. Fair wages and 8 hours. Mc
Carthy for mayor."
"The time has come when every
man must think, must act, must
Voie for Taylor."
If you don't find what you want
here pass on a little further and you
Taylor Daniel A. It) an
vnIII bump Into another wealth of
"Sun Francisco needs money,
money means work for all; we'll get
both If we elect Taylor."
"Strong enough, bis enough,
broad enough ltyan."
McCarthy stands for a better,
busier, bigger Ban Franclaco."
IW-tuti'ii Taylor anl MrOirtliy.
U Is generally conceded the tight
Is between McCarthy and Taylor.
Still Kyan g considered by some
to have a chance. Hyan la fighting
hard. He declares McCarthy would
cause industrial stagnation, while
Taylor as mayor would bring about
Industrial strife. He says the rich
don't trut McCarthy and the poor
are afraid of Taylor.
Both Tuylor and McCarthy attract
big audiences. Taylor is doing no
liiudsllnglng, confining himself prin
cipally to the statement that he
stands for good government.
McCarthy promise to bring about
harmony between envployer and em
ploye. San Francisco is a strong
union labor city, and McCarthy innv
win. With one exception, every
newspaper In San Francisco has
snown preference to Taylor, It being
the general opinion the latter's elec
tion would restore the confidence of
eastern financiers and attract inves
In all the fight, seems as close as
any that ever occured in San Fran
cisco. 1 he business man predicts
Taylor, the union man McCarthy and
the man who is always looking for
a surprise prognlstlcates "Ryan
As good a way as any to get a
line on the situation is to go back
and read the billboards.
HOW TO MAIIj VOIR
SOt VKXIU POSTAL CARDS.
.Many of Tlirm Arc Held l"p in the
.tiuiiw .na j-rojKTly
Many postal cards which do not
conform with the postal regulations
are being received at the postofflce.
Information concerning the attitude
of the postofflce department toward
enclosing postals in envelope la giv
en in the following statement from
"Post cards and postal cards 'mail
ed under cover of sealed envelopes
(transparent or otherwise) are
chargeable with postage at the first
class rate 2c an ounce or fraction
thereof. If enclosed in unsealed en
velopes they are subject to postage
according to the character of the
message at the first class rate if
wholly or partly In writing, or the
third clasa rate if entirely in print.
The postage should be affixed to such
cards enclosed In envelopes having
an opening, exposing stamps, cannot
be recognized in payment of postage
"However, when such card prop
erly addressed and bearing no mat
ter rendering them unmailable when
sent openly in the mall are enclosed
in envelopes it will be assumed that
they are Inadvertently placed un
der cover and they, may be removed
from therein and dispatched with
out additional payment of postage."
Inasmuch as the covering used
over the postals Is principally a
transparent stuff with glazed sur
face, upon which the time and place
of receipt cannot be stamped the
postal authororties ruled against the
using of envelopes on post cards,
declaring that unless the time and
place of receipt can be -placed on
a 'missive it may not be sent through
MOW TRAIL ACROSS
ForvNt Ktrvkt is Coinplotliitf Work
for JU'iictU of New Sol tiers .
Silver City. N. M., Oct. 28. Su
pervisor Me 'lure, Forest Assistant
Douglas Rodman and Deputy Super
visor William Ooddard left today
for the Mogollon district to Inspect
the work that is being done there
on the trail across the Mogollon
mountains. The trail which Is on
the Gila national forest U being built
by tbe government at an epense of
1,200 and Is for the use of forest
rangers and settlers on the reserve.
It crosses a very rough and at
places an almost inaccessible coun
try and will prove of great conven
ience to people of that district. The
entire length of the trail will be
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BANK OF COMMERCE of ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERT PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITAL $ 150,000.00
Offlcm and Directors:
SOLOMON LUNA, President.
W. S. STRICKLER, W. i. JOHNSON,
Vice President and Cashier. Assistant Gashlcr.
William Mcintosh, j. c. baldridge,
a. m. nlackwell o. e. cromwell.
MONTEZUMA' TRUST CO.
capital and surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
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