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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY
By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME?
There are about as many conception, as to what constitutes a "good
F. H. STRONG
GLASSWARE, RU0S .
tlmo" ns there are Individuals, but there Is one place In New Mexico, not
very far from Albuquerque, where 99 out of every 100 people find what they
are looking for. That place Is the Valley Ranch, at Tocos, New Mexico.
Fresh country produce In abundance, horses to ride or drive, dogs.
guns, traps, tnckle, all at your disposal. The nne.t hunting and fishing In
he territory. You can live in a house, a cabin or a lent, and come and
W. S. STRICKLER
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
go ns you please.
AMONG" THANKSGIVING PREPARATIONS
dining room furniture Is particularly
essential, and In view of this fact
we have selected a very desirable line
of elegant and artistic dining tables,
chairs and sideboards. An early In
spection should be made, as the price
we are asking for such superior fur
niture makes them a most desirable
decoration. See our line of hand
some rhinaware at prices beyond
You'll find plenty of company there, agreeable and refined. If you are
oclably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal for re
uperatlng, rending, bunting or loafing.
You CAN'T FI'END MORE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WEEK ANY
WAY YOU FIX IT.
On! year by mall In advance $3.00
One month by mntl .. ... 50
One month by currier within city limit 00
Entered n-n second-claw mnllpr at tli PoHtnffloe of Albuquerque, M.,
ml or Act of Congress of March 3, 1879.
Tim only illustrated ilally ncwsiwiper In New Mexico ami the best ad
vertising medium of the Southwest.
TIIK ALnrorERQCE CITT7.F.X IS:
The loading Republican dally and weekly newspaper of tlie Southwest.
The advocate of Republican principles and tlie "Square Deal."
THE ALIU QCERQl F. CTTTZKN HAS:
Tim finest equipped Job Iciartnicnt In New Mexico.
Hie Intent reioil,by Associated Irt and Auxllinry News Service.
"WE GET THE NEWS FIRST."
"STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO"
Inquire at The Citizen Office for further particular", or address The
"New Mexico today looks with envy upon Oklahoma a new state an
other star In the flag.
'Oklahoma was formally admitted to the union of states this morning
and when the news reached the new state shortly after nine o'clock It was
received with a burst of enthusiasm.
Whistles were loosed, bells rang, guns, cannon and anvils were fired
and for hours the people gave themselves over to celebrating their advent
Into the union of states.
It Is Indeed sad that New Mexico can not today Join Oklahoma In re-
Jolclng. This territory, the oldest in civilisation and colonization In the
United States Is today still a territory.
While New Mexico and her people wish the new state of Oklahoma
God fpeed, yet It is with a feeling of regret that we too can not Join In the
celebration over the advent of the state of New Mexico. We people of the
southwest are entitled to statehood, many, many-time more. than Oklahoma
We have made progress treble to that of Oklahoma Jn recent years
and we have done o In the face of difficulties Oklahoma has never known.
This Is a great day the greatest day in Oklahoma's history. It should
with equal right, have been the greatest In New Mexico. Our governor Is
-today In the national capital "with our delegate to congress seeking for that
which was given to Oklahoma. Will he get ll?
The Citizen believes that without question, he will. In fact, this paper
as stated yesterday, has received assurances from reliable eources In Wash
ington Ins.? New Mexico now has the best chance she ever had, for state
1 "Hfjt there Ls one thing certain. It will be a sorry day for congress If
th"la territory is refused . admission to the union. .Not that the people
of New Mexico are filled with resentment. They are too good citizens and
too law abiding. But every man, regardless of party, knows that this
territory has long been entitled to statehood and every man Is equally de
termined that New Mexico shall be admitted or that some plausible reason
shall be given.
tiWe are united for statehood; we would have taken statehood a year
ago joined to Arizona and have surrendered the historic name of this terri
tory to have done so, v
Arizona defeated the cause by a vote of her people. Now we want
what Is Justly ours single statehood under our own name and for our own
people.- - " ' .
Oklahoma is today celebrating statehood and The Citizen hopes that
thla territory will hold a similar celebration a year hence. statehood is
our due and Governor Curry has the backing of every vote in New Mex
ico In a fight for our Just, right.
Therefore let us 'rejoice with Oklahoma today, but on one condition
single statehood for New Mexico. .','.
ABOUT TOWN j
tffte Cause cf fa&cr
Government statisticians have collected figures which bIww that during
the twenty-five years from 1881 to 1905 there were 36,587 strikes and 1546
lockouts in the United States.
Thes labor disturbances Involved 199,945 establishments and 7,444,
S7 Wage-eagners. . 'In consequence of them there was a direct financial
iosa of 1500,000,000. ' - '
These are the figures. Figures are figures and while they speak truth
fully so far aa figures go they do not tell the whole story. What did laoor
securer Is the question that may rightfully be asked. Labor .lost and labor
won. taul all In all. labor elevated Itself from working for a pittance to a
-wage scale In keeping with the advance of the day.
INo one attempts to deny that had it not been for organization, labor
would have been crushed in the natural , order of things, to working for a
mere existence. . - .
(But by that the Citizen does not mean to say that every strike called
was a Just strike nor that every strike defeated a an unjust one.
' Liabor made some severe mistakes and In most ca-es labor paid the
bill. (Capital, agalrust which labor organized, also made grave mistakes
and likewise paid the bill.
But the real effects of the strikes were to place labor on a more equal
footing with the balance of humanity and to give it more of its Just dues.
tabor was entitled to more; labor fought for its rights and labor made
the world respect its rights.
Many labor organizations have been over-bearing In . their demands;
many failed to understand the rights involved In a labor-capital dispute
while others forced an Issue at the wrong time. These were merely results
of labor's Ignorance of the eternal fitness of things.
Capital on the other hand did .exactly the same thing in a negative
Eventually, however, labor and capital learned to better understand
each other and the result has been more Justice on both sldea ana co-oper
atlon along most lines. -
Therefore it Is not well to read the, figures as compiled by the govern
ment too closely.
I They are no doubt facts, but they are po all the facts. , Neither labor
not caoital lost all the flimres show, when all is considered. It la to be
hoped, however, that the figures will operate to prevent further friction
exoept a. a last report.
. Emporia Gazette; When a . newspaper has a genuine sensation to
spring. U should use tome Judgment, and not take the chance of pro.-trating
Us readers by being too abrupt. . Thus, when the Burlington Republican
announces in so many- words that it knows of two girls who want work
the shock is rather too much for ordinary nerves to withstand. In these
days when the demand for girls so strong that an able-bodied Jam
ntands a good chance of being abducted if she appears in public, when
hotel and restaurant men are advertising and sending private detectives
after girls, when girls for general house work, and girls for every branch
of Industry are being screamed for, and Implored for, and fought for, the
Burlington paper calmly announces that it knows two virgin who wan
work! Jds fish; S'blood! The editor should endeavor to break the new
The repjurt from Washington to the effect that bid. would be advertised
at once for the erection of the newe federal building sounds good to th peo
pie of Albuquerque. Delegate Andrews will complete the good work and
keep after the proper officials until the big building is completed. Anothe
big Improvement for tVte metropolis of the southwest.
When Rev. Show yesterday told the BaptiHts that the average Suuda
school was a fake, he neglected to take Into conslde ration the small bo
who tau-U comb his hair, wash his face and go to church instead of hunt
ing rabbits. is'o, the Sunday school Is a reality all right. Ask Johnny
Pope Pius culls It "Modernism," but the opinion of the average ma
is that It Is more "cussedness" than anything else. However It won't mat
ter much w hat Us culled If we can find a good remedy.
The Roswell Record, btrange to say. Is wonderfully silent about that
big republican, vole In Kentucky. .Maybe tne necora nasn t yet neara me
newer . , - v. . . '
Albuquerque will, owe the Elks a vote of thuuks If they really will
start something doing in tne social line next weunesuay nigm.
The Root-Giant wedding is to be a quiet affair. That suits us, too.
onBBBiD- mmm bbq.
Salmon Fancy Smoked Salmon
Channel Cat Fish Fancy Smoked Halibut
Whits Fish Smoked Lunch Herring
Hed Snapper German White Fish in brins
Trout Tongues and Sounds
Smelts Smoked White Fish
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Fresh sweet apple cider at Rich
New Jersey sweet potatoes at the
Regular meeting of the Fraternal
rotherhood at Elks' hall Monday
A marriage license was issued yes
terday to Jose Gutierrez and Olym
Passengers from the north report
heavy snow fall at Glorieta and I'
orthern New Mexico.
T. S. Woolsey, of the grazing ln-
pector's office, Is expected1 in Albu-
uerque tonight or tomorrow irom
Clarence Eddy, the famous -organ
ist, will give an organ recital at the
Presbyterian church. Thursday even
ing, December 6.
Dr. F. L.i Snyder, an Inspector in
the bureau of animal Industry, re-
urned to Albuquerque from Valen
cia county yesterday.
A horse drawing a delivery wagon
for the Llnville grocery, located on
West Central avenue, ran away this
morning, wrecking the wagon.
The memorial chapel erected In
onor of Mrs. Thos.- Harwood at the
Boys' school, will be dedicated to
morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock.
A nle social will be given by the
members of the Woman's Relief
oros at the Red Men's hall this
evening. All are cordially Invited to
come and eat pie.
Pet Dominical was fined $5 and
obis by Judge Craig for riding a
blcvcle on the sidewalk, but tne nne
was suspended on the promise of
Dominical not to repeat the offense.
Ed. O. Plummer. aged S5. died at
his home on North Second street last
nlaht. Mrs. Plummer will leave
with the remains tonight for Mous
ton. Wis., their old home, where the
uneral will be held under the aus
pices of the Masons.
The ambulance of French &
Adams was called to the home of
Philip Trujillo in the southeast part
of the city this afternoon to convey
the son of Mr. Trujillo to St. Josepn
hospital, where an operation lor ap
pendicitis will be performed.
Will C. Rarne!-. grazing Inspector,
returned from Phoenix, Ariz., last
night where he attended the Ari
zona fair and the territorial meeting
of the cattlemen. He will leave to
night for Muskogee, I. T., on a busi
ness trip afterward going to Wash
lngton, D. C, where he will remain
There will be a general call of
the ca'es on the criminal docket at
o'clock Monday afternoon, for
the purpose of setting cases for trial.
All defendants should be represent
ed. Judge Abbott will hear motions
for new trials on Monday morning
Defendants already convicted will be
sentenced on Monday morning.
Carl Hurd and J. E. Lane, two of
the trio arrested In a pilfered box
car on e.'I bound Santa Fe freight
No. 33 Wednesday afternoon, were
arraigned before Police Judge Craig
this morning on a charge of vagran
cy. They pleaded guilty and were
nnea lt and cost. J. O. Edwards,
the third member of the party, was
dismissed this morning, all charges
against him having been withdrawn
by the Santa Fe officers. The officers
were unable to secure any evidence
against the men other than they
were stealing a ride on the train.
R. E. Starr. Jr., aged 19. while
stealing a ride on a freight train
near Ileta last week severely
wrenched his left ankle. Is rapidly
recovering at the St. Joseph hospital
and will leave in a few days for his
nome In Grand Junction. Colo. R. E,
Murr. his father, has arranged fo
nw trip home through the local
lodge of Red Men of which the fath
er is a member. Starr was riding un
der a box car and at the time of hi
Injury was unable to leave the mov
lug train. When the train reached
Albuquerque he dragged himself ou
ana called for help.
A Hard Debt to l'ay.
I owe a debi of gratitude tha
can never be paid off." writes G. a
Clark, of WeaUleld, Iowa. for m
rescue from death, by Dr. King'
.New Discovery. Both lungs were so
seriously affected that death seeme
Imminent, when I commenced tak
ing New Discovery. The ominou
dry, harking cough Quit before th
first bottle used, and two more bot
llej made a complete cure.". Noth
Ing has ever equaled New DlBcoverv
for coughs,, colds and all throat and
lung complaints. Guaranteed by
mi druggists, cue ana ii.uo. Trial
We Accept Checks
Confident that the
Banks and Trust Com
panies of the country
at large, and of this
are absolutely sound,
the Golden Rule Dry
Goods Co. will accept,
in payment for mer
checks, local pay-roll
checks, checks signed
by responsible parties
on banks in this vicin
ity; also, savings bank
Dry Goods Co.
Not Going Out of Business
We Meet All Competition!!!
All Stoves and Ranges -6
inch Stove Pipe - -
6 Inch Stove Pipe Elbows
25 per cent discount
- - - - 9c Joint
- - - - 8c Joint
Get Our Prices Before Buying
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
FRIDAY, SATURDAY, MONDAY
Of Men's Suits and Overcoats, (black and blue reserved), Boys' and
Children's Clothes. All 20 per cent off for cash only on account of the
money mamer. x o ot ot oe vt
BELEN IS II VERY
BUSY GROWING TOWN
Eastern Hallway of New Mexico
Running IruliM and Much Hall
road ltulbliiiK Work Is
Now Indor Way.
Belen, N. M.. Nov. 16. The East
ern Railway of New Mexico is run
ning two trains, mixed freight and
passenger, each day from Vaughn
to this city, and the trainmen say the
cut-off is the best new road they
ever traveled on.
Work on the coal chutes here la
progressing rapidly. Nelson & Mc
Deod, contractors, have commenced
work ou the large new depot. It
will be mission in style.
The Eastern Railway of New Mex
ico has ten large compound locomo
tives here and the new steel water
tank to supply them is being erect
ed. Tracks are also being laid
throughout the yards.
The John Ueoker company is snip
ping about two carloads of mer
chandise per day.
Prices on lot In this growing town
have risen. The streets are all be
ing graded and covered with fine
Mr. and Mrs. Y. H. Walrath are
the parents of a ten pound baby girl.
TOO l.ATK TO CLASSIFY.
WAXTKD .A girl for general house
work. Apply, 108 SouthArno.
KOU IlKN'T Room furnished for
light housekeeuliig. 512 North
House slippers that look dainty
and feel coinfotrable. Soft kid, felt
or knit uppers, black or colored;
light, flexible soles. All sizes for
men, women and children. Prices
run from 65c to IS. C. May's Shoe
Store, 314 West Central avenue.
Harsh Dhysica react, weaken the
bowels, cause chronlo constipation.
Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone
the stomach, oure constipation, juc
Ask your druggist for them.
STACK TO JFAIFZ. T.FAVKS ttl
WKST W)I.U KVIUIV JWOHNlXa AT
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Are you looktna- for someming? Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Citizen are for your especial
benefit. It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
Christian Soknoe services Sunday
at 11 a. m., at room 25, Grant build
ing, corner of Central avenue and
Third street. Subject, "Soul, and
Body." Sunday school at 8:45 a. m.
Wednesday evening meeting at 8 p.
m. Reading room open daily from 2
to 4 p. m.
St. John's Kii)fi! Cliuwli Rev
Fletcher Cook, Ph. D., rector. XXV
after Trinity. Holy communion at
7 a. m.; Sunday school at 9:45 a. m.;
Worship with sermon by the rector
at 11 a. m., and 7:30 p. m.
Subject of sermon In the morning:
"The Call of Life or Moses Before
In the evening: "The Call of Death
or Phorval before Moses."
(Everybody welcome. Cor. Fourth
Immaculate! tVmovptioii CIiiu-Hi
First mass at 7 a. m. will be cele
brated by Bishop J. B. Pltaval, sec
ond ma. a at :30 o'clock; sermon by
Father Sherman. . Confirmation at
7:30 p. m.. administration by Bishop
u. Pitavai after wnicn fatner
Sherman will open his week's lec
ture course to his non-Catholic
friends. Subject: "The Soul's Bride
alio First IlaiHlst Church J. A.
Shaw, pastor. Rev. E. E. Chivers, D.
D.. will preach at 11 a. m. Rev.
Bruce Kinney will preach at 7: SO
p. m Sunday school at v:45 a. m. i
Young Peoples meeting at 6:30 p.
m. The public cordially Invited to
Musical program for morning:
Duet "I Will Magnify Thee O God"
Mesdames Miller and McDonald.
t'oniiT. siitlonul cIiiiitIi Corner of
Broadway and Coal avenue. Rev.
Wilson J. March, pastor. Strangers
welcome. Sunday school at the usual
houT. Morning service at 11 o clock.
Anthem Jubilate Deo D Buck
Offertory Solo Selected.
S, rmon by Rev. Brum Kinney, sub
ject "A Dream of Life"
Evening service at 7:30 o'clock.
Praise service assisted by oarchestra
Offertory Violin Solo Miss Selke
Sermon by Rev. P. W. Longfellow.
Christian Churvii Corner Gold
and Broadway. Bible school at 10 a.
m. Ireaching at 11 a. m., following
the communion service. Brother J.
O. Heath, pastor of the Baptist
church at Las Vegas will preach In
the morning and Brother W. A.
Nichols, pa-.tor of the Baptist church
In Silver City, will preach In the
evening at 7:30. Special music by
the chorus class, song and praise
service at 7 o'clock. Everybody wel
come. The Round Table boys 'meet
to study Jno. 4th, chapter at 4
o'clock, and to consider some Im
portant measures connected with
their organization. E. A. Child, pas
Kt, Paul's Lutheran Clmrcli Cor
ner of Sixth and Sliver. Kev. E.
funduy school at :30 a. m.
German worship with sermon at
11; subject. "Life After Dealh." The
following questions will be discussed
What Is death? What is peculiar
about man's death? Is the doctrine
of immortality of the soul pecular to
Christianity? Have the dead any
knowledge of what Is occurring on
earth? Is there a purgatory ? la there
any possibility of saving repentance
after death? Is the tate between
death and resurrection a state of un
consciousness? English service and
sermon at 7:30 p. m. Subject "The
Name Christian." (Acts 11:26)
You are most cordially Invited.
First. . Prcwbytt-rlan Cliurcli Cor
ner Fifth and Silver avenue. Hugh
A. Cooper, pator. Services tomor
row at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. In
the morning the pastor will deliver
the second sermon in the series on
the Sermon on the Mount, the spe
cial theme being "Christians As Salt
and Light." In the evening the Rev.
H. F. Vermillion, pastor of the First
Baptist church of Roswell, will
Anthem "As Pants the Hart"...
Solo Jeyus Lover of My Soul....
Mrs. H. J. Collins.
Solo "The Christian" ...Thompson
The Sunday school meets at 9:45
a. m., and Young People's Society of
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
The public Is cordially Invited.
7:30 p. m.
Sunday school at 9:45.
League meets at 6:30.
At the morning hour the pastor
will preach, theme, "The Eternal
Unity of Good."
In the evening there will be pro
vided a special program in the In
terests of the Epworth League. Ad
dresses will be given by Prof. W. D.
Sterling and Mr. D. A. Porterfield.
The following musical program la
for the day:
Vocal Solo "Face to Face."
Mrs. Samuel Blair.
Vocal Solo "O Lamb of God" ..
Miss lone Reynolds.
Violin Solo "Praumerel"
Mr. J. R. Gibbs.
(Of Seattle. Wash.)
Messrs. Dearth and Gatchel.
Mrs. Dearth, Accompanist.
The public is cordially Invited to
First Methodist EplsrMil Church
The Rev. J. C. Rollins, D. D.,
Public worship at 11 a. m,, and
Time Kxtendeid One Week.
Bid before Nov. 24 on the book
accounts and notes belonging to the
bankrupt estate of H. J. Haver
kampf. Notes and accounts amount
ing to over 12,000.00 at a big profit-making
discount to wind up the
For schedule and Information see
or address, J. A. Miller, Trustee, Al
buquerque, N. M.
DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills
relieve backache, weak kidneys, and
inflammation of the bladder. Sold
by J H. 0'R!tl!y.
ThejLobby F"1 Wines, Liquors & Cigars
H. H, Samuels, Prop.
115 WeSt Central AVe. I Free Lunch Day and Night
is hereby given that
my entire stock of
groceries at 122 South Second Street, will
be closed out at cost, beginning Friday,
November 15. This means a saving of
from 20 to 50 per cent, and affords an
opportunity to lay in a winter's supply
of provisions at little more than half price.
Every thing in the stock is in first class
condition, fresh and good. It means econ
omy without privation.
C. N. BRIGHAM