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ALBUQUERQUE EVE2TING G1T1ZKN.
THURSDAY, NOV. II, 107.
Mesilla Valley Enthused Over
to be Held Here.
la. Cruces, N. M., Nov. 14. Al
ready the people of the Mesilla val
ley have beKun to talk about the
next meeting of the national Irriga
tion congress, whlrh takes place- at
Albuquerque next fall. They realise
the benefits to be derived and the
great opportunity which the Mesilla
vallev will have to get before the Ir
ritation experts of the United States.
iAU of the visitors and delegates to
the congress are men who are inter
ested In irrigation. They have all
heard of the Elephant Butte project
and will be more thun anxious to see
all they can of it.
The Menilla valley will help Albuquerque-
entertain the visitors and Is
willing to help out in standing part
of the expense.
The visitors will be given a trip to
the Elephant Hutte dam , site, the
Leasburg diversion dam and canal,
and to ihe Mesilla. valley. By that
time the valley, if It Improves as It
bus in the past few months, will have
much to show.
H. B. Holt, president of the Ele
phant Water Users' association, wtio
was a delegate to the national Irri
gation congress at Sacramento last
tveptember, Is Very much Interested
in seeing that the Albuquerque meet
ing is a success. In conversation to
day, he said:
"i think we ought to get down to
business now and everybody pull
hard to make the next meeing of the
national irrigation congress a great
success. We had to work hard to
get the next meeting for Albuquerque
and now we muse, show the visitors
to New Mexico a little real western
spirit. ' Sacramento spent i5 000 to
entertain this year. Albuquerque and
pw Mexico unnot afford to do
that much, but It will take at least
125. OUD. It would be too luch for
Albuquerque to undertake' to raise
this amount alone. Some help will
have to he extended from other
parts of New Mexico. The whole ter
ritory will be benefited by this meet
ing because It will bring to the ter
ritory a gathering of men Interested
in Irrigation and particularly In the
development of the southwest.
Klcplinnt Butte Project.
"The Elephant Butte project was
much talked about at fiacramento
this fall. Everyone had heard of it
and was anxious to learn more about
it. Next fall there will be more en
thusiasm regarding that project and
all of the visitors will be greatly in
terested In seeing the site for the
great storage dam and reservoir, also
the eLasburg diversion dam and ca
nal connecting the dam with the Ir
rigation ditches as well as the system
of irrigation in use In the .Mesilla
valley, the crops raised, the fertility
of the soil, etc. All will come in for
Inspection by these visitors, many of
w horn are experts in Irrigation.
"On the whole Nw Mexico and
the Mesilla valley never have had
such an opportunity to get before the
entire country through representative
citizen as is given by the meeting
at Albuquerque. I know the Mesilla
valley will contribute liberally and
w ill give, the visitors a rousing wel
come, but the more preliminary work
done in matters of this kind the
greater is the success. The time to
begin preparing Is at once."
SMELTER IS BUSY
Hun Ming; 250 Ton Per Day Xow and
Will Inerettse. Aim unit of Ore
to tmr Hundred Tons
Orogrande, N. M., Nov. 14. (KX--lal.)
The Southwest Smelting and
Itetinlng company has put in opera
tion their big smelting and reduction
works. The plant is one of the most
complete to be found In the west.
The smelter will handle a maximum
of four hundred tons per day as
soon as another furnace Is Installed.
At the present time the company
will handle about two hundred and
fifty tons. J. J. Murray Is the gen
eral manager, George J. Greene la
president, T. G. Travis is secretary
and treasurer, and E. C. King su
perintendent of the smelter.
T. I. Donaldson, of Cananea, Mex
ico. Is one of the newcomers to Oro
graie. He will be connected with
A prospecting party of citizens,
composed of Koscoe Broyles, Ira
Jones and J. F. Nugent, have been
In old Mexico for some weeks. They
have returned with line reports of
opportunities mining and otherwise
in tliut country.
H. Collins has vacated his position
iu the local ruilroad yards and E. G.
Jjcobs has accepted the position.
Orogrande h.is had a large num
ger of prospectors and homeseekers
the pint few weks. The Impression
of the now town and community
they received must be favorable as
many are settling here and going
into business. A number of mining
claim have also changed h.mds.
This place is the postollice and
business headquarters of the men
who are pushing the town of Sacra
mento t'lty. This new place will be
the logic. il metropolis of the irri
gated section of the Sacramento val
ley. The promotor of Sacramento
have sold a good many lots in the
past few weeks.
IIO.MA XTIC i:idi;
(MVl'ICS AT TUCSON.
It Itecaii In IjilM.ralory of Arizona
Koxrrul Vimrs Ajto Hiid Man-lane
Just Took I'luec.
Tucson. Ariz., Nov. 14. A romance
which began in the chemical labora
tory In the mining department of the
university several years ago, termin
ated in the wedding of Miss Mae Do
lores Kane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
t. '.. Kane, of this city, and Horace
Holbrook. assayer for the Imperial
(.'Oliver company at Silver Bell.
Occidents will happen, but the best
ulated families keep Dr. Thomas'
Eclecfric Oil for such emergencies.
It subdues the pain and heals the
DOROTHY RUSSELL'S SECOND
HUSBAND TO STAR WITH HER
Lillian's Daughter Has Decided on Dis
position of the Young Alan
She is to Wed.
S ' v.; s , VWtM I
V s ' ft' , f ' ) ;
St. Paul, Oct. 14. Everybody says
he's a nice young fellow, this Paul
R. Stone, the actor man who is go
ing to be the second husband of
Dorothy, Lillian liussel's "ducky"
Dorothy is quite young yet. but
she's had her little experience In the
divorce court. Stone Is about 30
STItAXUlTIl (ilVKS VP
O.N ML KDKIt CILYKGK.
Tells Prcsoott PtllTt Ho Is WanUil
iu IdaJio for Having Kill
ed a Man.
Prescott, Ariz., Nov. 14. Last
night as Jailor Meador stood In the
north door of the court house a rath
er muscular-looking strange man of
about 3f years came up the steps and
asked Meador If he was the sheriff.
Meador replied that he was not. Then
the man aked if he was a deputy
sheriff. Meador replied that he wds.
The man then said that he desired
to urrender himself; that he had
killed a man in Idaho eighteen
months ago and had escaped from
th officers; that there was a reward
for his capture and that he was tired
of dodging around and being a fugi
tive from Justice; that he desired to
return, stand trial and take the con
sequences. Meador told the man to
consider himself under arrest.
He said his name was it. M. Stra
tam. When locked up, he said that
he never before had such a feeling
of relief. He said he thought he
would be cleared of the charge of
murder, us the killing was almost ac
cidental. The olllcers of the Idaho
town where the alleged murder was
committed, have been telegraphed to.
wk ridnerm, mrsly point to nt Hwy
Narv Tii. Kidney.. Hi. ihe .Heart, tbd th.
f tumitch. find their wtukjies. not In th. orran
uell. but III tna nerve, thai coutrol and s uid.
ud itrengtoen thnm. Dr. bhoop'i RestoniUve is
a mwildiie ipeciflcally prepared to Mrh thesa
controlling; nerve. To doctor Ui Kidney, slona.
U luui.. II il WkM ol tlmt, aud ol muuci M
'L70". lf ph OT h "Hn.
ftsldi. or It lmrk nd uron. if you have y m ptonu
ol bright or othr distrtnming or dangerou kid.
tie dieaM. try Dr. Snoop Keitorative a month
laolew or Liquid and wnat it ran aud will
do tur rou. Uruggut rauuuauaul and sell
By buying Stoves, Ranges, Cooking Utensils, Enamel and Tinware, Nickel and Silverware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Builders' and Shelf Hardware, Mechanics' Tools etc., etc., at
Tlhe Gireati Oosimigg Omit
WHITNEY COMPAY'S RETAIL DEPARTMENT
115 SOUTH FIRST SHEET
atul I'aul It. Junes,
years, old and Is a St. Paul boy
About four years ago he became
stage struck and (lew off to New
York. He has been a succei-s in
several companies, and met the
dainty, pretty Dorothy on the Ki
alto. After they are married Dorothy
Russell will take her young hus
band Into vaudeville.
BILL TOMORROW NIGHT
"Arizona"." according to the critics
of the east and west the title of
"Augustus Thomas' best play."
comes to the Klks' opera house to
Three companies have been insuf
ficient to supply the demand for,
this excellent drama. People who
are familiar with Ir. Thomas' previ
ous works, "Alabama" and "In Mis
souri," will appreciate the distinc
tion conferred by the Implication In
according "Arizona" the position at
the head of the list of fhLs writer's
productions. "Arizona" had two record-breaking
runs In New York City,
and has played no less than four
teen profitable engagements In Chl
cago itliip the pasi four years. It
will be given with an excellent com
pany, with the mine elaborate scenic
investiture which was seen at the
Academy of .Music. New York, dur
ing Its memorable run. which was
made after sketches by Frederick
1 tern Ington.
A healthy Irian Is a king In his own
right; an unhealthy man is an un
happy slave. I'.uidock lilood Bitters
builds up sound heulth keeps you
III SHWD IIKTVKNS TO
riM iiis wii r. ii;ai.
lnc llefure Arizona (iranil Jury
li.Mtvers Nad l-'art When He
Prescott, Ariz., Nov. H. Last
Maizien. who was a witness before
the grand Jury, returned to his home
at Allen Springs yesterday afternoon,
to li."d his wife, whom he left in ap
parent good health, lying across her
bed dead. There were no signs of
foul play. He returned to Jerome,
notified the ottlcers and they left for
Allen Springs this morning to hold
an Inquest oer the remains.
Harsh physics react, weaken th
bowels, cause chronic constipation.
Doati's KeguleU operate easily, ton
the stomach, eure constipation. 25c.
Ask your druggist for them.
Spbscrlbe for The CltUen nd et
A Slgiiinoant Prayer.
"May the lord help you make
Flucklen'g Arnica Save known to all,"
write J. . Jenkins, of Chapel Hill,
N. C. It quickly took the pain out
of a felon for m and cured It In a
wonderful short time." Best on
earth for sores, burns and wounds.
25c at all druggists.
NOTICE The opening turkey din
ner at the Home Restaurant last
Sunday pleased so many people, that
the management has derided to re
peat It next Sunday, 12 to 2:30
laUitrrMu? ul would knuw
lOwmt th wonlrfn.
ltft 51 oil con -n
v f oiir dnurirtt for It.
r it rAi-,n -T kuii'pty
R V K In H' . ept no
frill r.rtimi'nr sUkd rtir'itp in
Tilimulo to in-lirti. MAI(U;L( o,
4ni LMiHt4 fcLroet. Sh.W Vlik.
with tht foot-
The flexible sole Red Crosi
Shoe is comfortable from
The burning and aching
:nused by stiff soles and the
pvils of thin soles aie pre
sented by the Red Crc ss. It
snables a woman to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
A'.. Si, He J Cnm
PmUMl OJi Musk-.
Let us fit you,
121 RallroMd Annum
TIm- Mining (limps of Colorado,
I tali anil .Nevada; to Denver, Colo
rado Sjirlnts anil PucWo is via the
lliroutli 1 1 ip fertile Kan I.uls Valley,
aim tiiu .San ilunii county of Colo
rado. lor information us to rules, train
serlc, dewriptivo literature, etc.,
cull oil or adUresH
I'. II. MelHUDE,
Agent, Santa 1V N. M.
S. K. IIOOI'KH,
i. I. & T. A.. lK-nver, Colo.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
jr. s. HALL. Proprietor
Iron s.nd Brtaa Castings; Ore. CosJ nd Lumber Can; IkafU
logs. Pulleys. Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns aad Iroa
fronts (or Building. . Vjj3
mopmtro mm Mining mmm Mill Mmmhlnmry m Bpoolmlty
Foundry east aide of railroad track.
W A- VV
ACCOUNT Ol" THE
NOVEMBER lOto 16,'07
C.OOl) IOR RETURN
NOVEMBER 18, 1907
No Stopovers Allowed
Wa Are Glad to Answer Questions
T, E. Purdy
ATtOVT THE UAHUST TIIIXO THAT KVKH II VPPFVS IN
THIS OI.I WORLD OF OI'ILS. IS TlfK HIIITII OF A
NKW IIKA. AMI THK FOIITI'XAIF. POSSF-SSOK OF A FIXK
l.Mttii: OM1 IS WOK'IH MOKK TO HIMSIXF AND BIOHK TO THE
WOULD THAN THK SANTA IK KAIMCOAD.
PSYCIIOTiOC.ISTS. WTIO MAKF. A MFSINF.SS OF POTinNG
OIT ID FAS AND SPYINO INTO THK WAYS THEY ARE
IIOHN. SAY THAT AFTF.lt YOU PASS THK A1K OF
AIlOl?T TWKNTY, YOl'U 1 DK A - II F A HI N i DAYS ARE ETEHNAIXY
OVKIl. IF YOIT AUK STIT,I ON THK TKN OF.lt SIDE OF
THIS AJF AND A HE WISE YOU MAY WISH TO
11KAD THIS STATEMENT AGAIN. "'ZZiJlJ t
NOW THE ATJU'QrF.IlQFE riTlEN CAHRIES TDEAS IN
S'HH'K. WIIFHK THEY CAME FROM AND WHO THEIR
PARENTS ARE, IS NEITHER HERE NOR THERE. SOME
OF THEM Hl'N AIONO THE MNES OF 11FSINESS
mil.lMNti AND ITtADE GITTIINO. THI-KE IDEAS Wlfjj
HE SOI,D. LEASED OR RENTED TO THE PlUiaC, FOR
CASH OR ON THE INSTALLMENT PLAN.
TII ICY KEEP A YOUNG FELIaDW AROl'ND THE OFFICE,
'Ml PAY MIM EVERY WEEK. TO DO NOTHING lU'T
IX)K AFTER THE ADVERTISING. THERE IS NOTHING
HE I.IKES ItETTER THAN TO HAVE SOME ONE COM E
IN AND SAY: "HERE I WANT TO SPEND K.tO.OO
EVERY MONTH IN ADVERTISING. I WTS1 1 YOU WOPLD
TAKE THE WHOLE THING OFF MY HANDS, AND RUN IT AS
YOU THINK PEST. I HAVE OTHER MATTERS TO
CARE FOR, AND YOU FROBAHLY KNOW MORE ABOUT
IT THAN I, ANYWAY."
A NUMBER OF ALBUQUERQUE BUSINESS MEN HAVE
ALREADY MADE SUCH ARRANGEMENTS MORE ARE
DOING IT EVERY DAY. ONE WISE MERCHANT, WHO
ATTKM1TS TO DRAW A LINE DIVIDING THE PATRONAGE
HE RECEIVES FROM ADVERTISING, FROM THAT COMING
THROUGH OTHER CHANNEKS. INFORMED US ONLY
YESTERDAY THAT HIS ADVERTISEMENT IN THE
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN DURING THE TWO MONTHS
IT HAS RUN. HAS NETTED HIM SUFFICIENT TO
PAY FOR THE ADVERTISEMENT FOR SIX MONTHS.
ANY ADVERTISEMENT THAT PAYS I"OR ITSELF IN
DIRECT. IMMEDIATE RETURNS, IS A GOOD INVESTMENT,
BECAUSE YOU GET- YOUR MONEY BACK, AND
THE EXTENDED PUBLICITY TO BOOT. BUT WIIFN
ItESUITS ARE SUCH AS THIS MAN EXPERIENCED
YOU ARE GETTING LITTLE LESS THAN A GOLD MINE.
THE FIRST MAN IN THE ADVERTISING FIELD REAPS
THE FINEST OF THE WHEAT, THE" LATE-OOMERS GLEAN
THE STUBBLES. DUKE, THE TOBACCO KING, IN CONVERSATION
WITH THE WRITER ONCE SAID: "I BEGAN LIFE- ON
A STONE PATCH, VVTVH A WIFE, A BLIND MULE AND
TEN IHLLAHS. I AM NOW WORTH THIRTY TWO MILLION
DOLLARS, BUT I HAVE SPENT FORTY MILLION IN
ADVERTISING." PROBABLY NO MAN IN ALBUQUERQUE
II AS HAD A MORE MODEST BEGINNING THAN MR. DUKE,
AND THERE IS NO REASON WHY ANY MAN WITH EQUAL
BUSINESS ABILITY. AND POSSESSED OF THE SAME BUSINESS
FORESIGHT. SHOULD NOT SUCCEED AS WELL. IF THERE IS,
STATE IT TO YOURSELF, AND BE CONSOLED. IT IS AN OliD SAW.
BUT A KEEN CUTER, THAT SAYS: "IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE."
ADVERTISE IN THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
ISSUED AT AN HOUR
WHEN PEOPLE HAVE TIME TO READ
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r!
12 0 West Railroad Avenoe
IV. . PATTERSON
Livery a-ici I i of
SU-tlS Went Silver Avenue.
Ill $$ff f ItlKIIIU HIMtf If $$M
THEY SAY NOTHING SCCCEEDf URE SCCCESS.
I iriro$E THIS I TKl'Ii 11 LT IX OIlDEIl TO
HAVE SOME SUCCESS WITH WHICH TO SUC
CEED IT IS NECESSAKY TO HAVE SOME OTHER
THINGS. OXE OP THESE IS DRAINS. AND AN
OTHER IS SOME MONEY. WE DO NOT FUR
NISH ItHAINS IN SETS, BUT A I'ERUSAI, OF
OUR COLUMNS WILIi SHINE Ul THE ONES IOVJ
HAVE, AND AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE
EVENING CITIZEN WUJi CO A LONG WAY TO
WARDS SUPrLVLXG THE DINERO.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
Wines, Brandies. Etc.