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The Albuquerque Citizen
PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY.
ay ttie Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Atexico.
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WILLIAM. F. BROGAN
W. S. STRICKLER
SATURDAY NIGHT, AUGUST 28, 1909, FROM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK
TUB OFFICIAt. NEAVSPArEIt.
March 29. 1909.
Territory of New Mexico. OfTlcs of the Secretary.
PubllO notice Is hereby given that In compliance with Section 9 of
Council Substitute for Haute BUI No. SIS of the Thirty-eighth legls
tatrre assembly, approved March 17. 1909. requiring the Secretary or
fX Territory to designate an offlclal newspaper of New Mexico, The
Albaaverqae Cltlsen i hereby designated as such offlclal newspaper of
Raw Mexico. (Signed.) NAT1!A.f S-Tcn
(Seel) Secretary of New Mexico.
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HOIK AUirQTTKRQrE CITIZEN IS:
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The advocate of Republican principles and the "square deal."
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STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO"
T7e favor the Immediate admission of the territories of New Mexico and
a separate states in the Union. Republican National piauorm.
Sure to Win
The Cltlsen is pleased to hear the determination of the Highland residents
build and operate a street car line In that section of the city. It Is Indeed
tiCh time that such a line was built, as the development of the entire ntstern
SJri canch of the southern part of Albuquerque has been greatly retarded by
.ha lack of transDortatlon facilities.
It requires no careful statistician to figure that the new line, once it Is
aQt will be a paying proposition from the very beginning. In fact, the
Sigtdaads have been ripe and ready for a street car sine for the past live
-years nd the builders of the line may figure in advance that they have
already sacrificed five years' profit by not building sooner.
livery owner of a foot of property in the Highlands, as well us in the
uaarlaada, is vitally Interested in this project and should give It full support.
Bvery merchant and business man in the business district Is equally interested
SMtd should hell the good work along.
Particularly for health seekers, the Highlands are the best residence districts
and bundreds of health seekers yearly live In the Highlands without visiting
business district oftener than is absolutely neeussary, because they can
weH afford to walk up and down the hills. With a street car line.
iral htsndred fares a day will be collected from that source alone.
-Hundreds of people in the Highlands would see the picture shows, attend the
eheatre, visit the churches and make Saturday night trips to the stores, ware
X ot tor the laborious walk. t
As much as he lowlands needs its stroll car system, that much rrvAne is
ax itreet c4y fin reeded for the Highlands. The plan to form a stock
company, which will keep the proprietorship of the line, the nickels paid for
Car and the enterprise generally at home, is also commendable and should
fee (popular. f
It is to be hoped that local people will not make the too frequent mistake
eat Crowning upon the project because it is entirely local but that they will
lUurew to It their full support and encouragement.
And by way of parting, the brothers In the lowlands will devoutly hope
fttaaft when the new car line is In actual operation, five w ten minute cars will
(aw rua Instead of Just a can occasionally, for even the best tempered man to
world Is likely to say things after waiting for a car for half an hour
thou walking home.
All remnants and short
lengths of cotton goods such
as Lawn, Gingham, Percale,
in fact all short pieces of
materials from our Wash
Goods department will be
closed out Saturday night
at HALF MARKED PRICE.
Outing Flannels 8c
About twenty-five pieces of good heavy
Outing Flannel in blue, pink, brown, tan,
gray, etc., a fine quality for warm nlg.1t
gowns, petticoats, children's underwear, etc.
The kind that sells for 10c and 12c or
dinarily; Saturday night 8c
Corset Girdles 39c
Women's satin and tape Corset Olrdles-, all
sizes, DOc and 75c values, to clone out; Sat
urday night 30c
Dress Ginghams 10c
lied Sal and Amoskcag press Ginghams
in a g 1 variety of styles, in checks, plaids
and stripes, colors grey, blue, tan, pink,
green, brown, etc., n good opportunity to
supply your gingham wants for children's
Percales 8 c
And again for Saturday night wp will place
on sal the balance of our stock of 12'4c
Percales (which Is about 20 pieces) all
neat patterns, mostly light colors, at the
low price for Saturday night 8c
Fan-y Dresden, plain colors, polka dots,
tc. in soft mescaline, taffetas, mou'.sdine,
and molro. In widths from 4 to C inches,
all divided Into three lots for Saturday
It 2 . .
Under Vests 11c
Women's Jersey Knit Ribbed Under Vests,
the 15c kind; special Saturday night.. ..lie
N O MIS T.
A Turkish Cemetery
Oust her." That decision will prob
ubly stand among the unique decisions
of the year us one of tho most unique.
It may be equitable, however. Kl
Another memento of that older
time is to be seen In the cemetery
lying under thr castle walls to th.-
south, It ls( perhaps, the oldest Mo
hammedan burying ground in Con
staninople, or at east on the Kuro
pean shore of tho Bosporus. It cer
tainly Is the most romantic, with its
jutting rocks. Its ragged black cy
presses. Its round tower and crenel
lated wall, overhanging a blue no
fancifully cut by Asiatic hills. It has,
too, a spicy odor quite itn own, an
odor compounded of thyme, or resin
ous woods, of sea salt, and 1 know
not what aroma of antiquity. Hut Its
most precious characteristic is tho
grave informality It shares with other
Mohammedan cemeteries. There H
nothing about It to remind one of
c nventional mourning no alignment
of tombs, no rectyinear laying out of
walks, no trim landscape gardening.
It' lies unwalled to the world, the
gravestones scattered as Irregularly
on the steep hillside as the cycla
mens that blossom there in February.
Many of them have the same bright
ness of color. The tall, narrow slabs
those of the men carved at the top
Into a fez or turban are often
MX A COl'XTY IIU'IT.
Senator Upton gold this year's yield
of hie peal orchard on the Mimbres to
E, H. Mekford for $300 per aero. The
When genius nan failed In what It
attempted, and talent says impossible;
when every other faculty gives way;
when tact retires and diplomacy has
fled; when logic and argument and
Influence and "pulls" have afl done
Peaches aro being 'their best and retired from the field.
same orchard run- 'gritty persistency, bulldog tenacity,
force of hold-
purchaser is shipping the fruit to Kl
I'aso and to the Harvey houses along
the Santa Fe road. The crates con
tain on an average of 72 pears and
wcih 4 5 pounds,
shipped from tht:
ning 4S peaches to the 24-pound crate, steps in. and, by sheer
ing on, wlnn, gets the order, closes
tile contract, does the impossible.
ltlsl' KltOM ASHES. I Ah, what miraeles tenacity of purpose
Komw people predicted that Nara has performed! The last to leave the
Visa woulj never rebuild after tho big ' field, the last to turn back, it per
lire that occurred here a short time a'sts when all other forces have sur
a go and destroyed so many of the best rendered and fled. It has wen many
buildings. Those people are mistaken a battle, even ufter hope has left the
and are left sitting on the fence like Held.
a bun. Hi of doubting Thomases. The) Confederate coiiini.-nul.ro in the
saw, the hammer, and the trowel are , Civil war said that t:ic trouble wltn
busier in Nara Visa today than any 'general Grant was that "he never
other city in eastern New .Mexico. knew when he was beaten." When
Tueumcari Sun. Grant s generals thought that his
. army, with only two transports,
MONEY WASTEII. would bo trapped at Vickshurg, they
The statistics show that out of 105.- asked him how he expected to g.jt
ni)0 drawings at Spokane recently, his men out. urging tnut. in case of
only 1.500 persons drew land. The defeat, he could get only a small part
average expense to each individual of his army upon two transports. He
who participated in this drawing was told them that two would oe plenty
$200. Io a little figuring, and you for all the men that he would have
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
Capital and Surplus, $100,800
NTEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS OEPOSITS
Jfte Common Du6
Viewing the sacrifice of George Ji. Eocles, the wireless operator, who
down with the ship Ohio las night, because he stuck to his post ana
eselted tor assistance for passengers and crew, until the limt, there is plenty
est heroism to furnish sermons innomeoable.
In thla day and age, however, such heroism Is frequent) enough te
commonplace. It Is heard through the press dispatches every Bay.
engineer stasis to the throtle the pelleemun Bnatcfies a child from
sifore a car or an sutemobUe a bather goes down rescuing a companion,
The hero of a hundred years ago was a plumed knight who fouutit wti
aword and he was abeut tho only hero who amounted to much. He made
heroism a business and he lived and died by it.
The haro af today, however, is la nine cases out of tn, Just a common
Slab one of the peblans who works for a living, who agures arTd tolls ana"
tattrhs to the Job, with possibly a two weeks' vacation thrown in.
The world is full of heroes, sung and unsung. Some of thim l.sck the
ApectsvcuUM' tatofag; off of yoang Kcrles, who sent a wireless geodbye in
acoaic fashion before he'sank into the waves. Many a common dob dies
aswa la carted away to a resting place under the sod, wh5 4s a hero and who
TV tftows It, Moreover, his friends don't know It and hast of at his
"arsKployer. 15ocVe Vas probaWy one of these.
Toung Bcclea hi entitled to sH the glory of a death full of hcnolsm aJ
SMthing should detract one item therefrom. He was the man of the honr In
hour of wd and he answered the call, rounding out his life's work oa
wireless tower of a wrecked ship and terminating his earth career In
.SfcbMt three minutes, when he slipped into the wavw.
Many a man In such a position would have been first over the xwtasel's
Mda Into a boat. Many a man on the other hand would ha-i done Jost what
There would be no physical difference perhaps in the lvo classes of men.
4T4 one would have been herole, the other merely following the Instinct ef
Mrtr-preserrutloa regardless of consequences te ethers.
' The only sociological slgniflcanae In the incident perhaps. Is the fast that
IMloaing Uie trend of tn tlm. the hcro in litis purt:cu'.r wa Just
on of the common dnhs of everyday life, built of the finer clay which we are
auiab!e to detect nntM the rial test comes. One hundred years ago, Kccles
an"i.i!.s would not !.ave bei n a plumed knight but today, or rather yesterday,
JVJ a her... . m ... 4
The Uoswtll It cord has the nerve to come to the (Vont with a 'ikick"
n the expends tor maiataining military organizations in this terriWis.
-iV-rhaps the Uecnrd would like t . have the military aondensy removed to
-Albuquerque. Las Vcgus or Santa Fe? "Is the game worth the candle?"
wnqulres ttiat farseeing publication. In reply the Citizen would suf, fliat if
Hit territory will remove the military academy to this city, Albuquerque will
uakilhe game worth the candle and thtn some. Ltoth the military academy
Tar-i the national guard are well worth what they cost and It Is to be hoped that
tm people of Koswcll do not tdiaro the views put ferth by Itosw ell's chronic
skKkcr. KoKwel! can Jj.tter afford to fe along without the Kecord than
without fle military academy.
The question, Mr. Business Man, is wheth. r we want to see Santa Fe,
tluawell. Las Vegas or Ci"vls ranking ahead of Albuquerque li.Vhe m-xt census
( New Mexico. If we do not. w hat Is tbre for us to do? We must simply
extend our city limits in some direction where we can take In the additional
anovulation. lui you want to live in the best city In the southwest, own
traperty here, do business here and he rated as the third or fourth town In
U New Mexico? Think It ov. r.
i . .. .1 ...l.i . L. i1..Ai..ntl.i.. Aral, In
l tterTn. or some nuaint flora, de- J -e that over m.OOOUOO was wasted, left when he -urrend..red
.!, ..i ..... in i,i ir I.. ,.,.h, r aosoiuieiy wasted, :n wns scnemo tori ' l" immu
"on'1 ofUtthne '.losoU; "T I ?.-.r.bU. 1,500 -Ttea,s and 'who w... not surrender who will not
- z' ..rthK sv:, y s-risd-.'suriay
whoVy hi. under V p'-nty I the lands waiting for de-! of manner, such pollten.. that you
" P'" "J J. nlbbk. among ' v.lopment here; what a pity that, say cannot take offense, canot turn him
r vVK that Bet9 ih" ard,r: that
tbe graves of the veiled women "'(....,, ... '. .. .. ,)osea the contract; that gets the
ririii.ii i ni'ir miimn h in i rn h i nr ii.t i n
summer afternoons. The whole pla 'e
is Interfused with that Intimacy ot
lifc- and tleath, the sense of which
makes the Asiatic so much more ma
ture thun the European. The ono
takes the world as he finds it. while
the other must childishly beat Ins
head against stono walls. It Is the
eource of the strength and the weak
ness of the two stocks. H. G. Dwight
'subscription; that gets the credit or
From G6a Press
There aro fewvr caterpillars in Kos
well tlstn for many years past. This
Is undoubtedly due te the elTos
kaken to get rUI of them, and shows
What can be really done along this
linei KosweH Iteoord.
1RKAM C.VMK TRCK.
F. K. Stokes struck a good stream
of water at a depth of 60 feet. There
Is a sequel to Mr. Btokes getting his
WeU of water as Mrs. Stokes dreamt d
that her dead aunt directed her iu her
dream to put a well down ner the
front of the house and Mr. Stokes put
the well down as directed and struck
lots of water. Kenna Record.
- .the loan.
WATKIt SPOIT XEAU JIOOM-.. I H 18 a very fortunate man whj
The country around the vicinity of combines a gracious manner, suavity,
Moore, eighteen miles southwest of cordiality, cheerfulness. with that
this city, was visited by a watrr spout dodge! persistently which never gives
last week which thoroughly saturated up. Orison Swett Manlon in Success,
the surface of the earth and put a
season in the ground that should laiit
! h long time. The water stood at
a d."ih of several feet at some places
in the valley. Henry Smith had a
horse tangled 4n a wire fence and
could, hot get to him utntil the water
covered him and drowned him. The
rain will be of great benefit to the late
crops, but the early stuff in that lo
ciitay was too badly Injured for th'e
rain to do it much good.
British Labor Exchanges
Tilt; n,ov ok soihs.
Tht: idea of flow Is generally asso
ciated with the movements of liquids
and gases, and, Indeed, the term fluid
Is usually restnejed to these two states
Nevertheless It Is beginning to be
understood that nearly every sub
stance Is capable of movement corres-
Consul General Robert J. Wynre
of London furnishes the following
information concerning the labor ex
changes which It Is proposed to estab
lish In the Vnlteti Kingdoai and o'l
which favorable action by the lTrlt
ish Parliament Is iiredicted:
The plan of the government begins
by reorganizing the ritish board of
trade Itself, and creating a special
department, which shall be concerned
with the new labor exchanges and th'e
syntem of unemployment insurance t
hu created. The eountty is to be
mopped. Into tea division's. uch with
a divisional clearing house, under a
innding to the Idea of flow . and that
such a thing as absolute rigidity doet . divisional chief, and all co-ordiaated
not ewist. with a national clearing house in
The flow of solids occurs In such , London. In these ton divisions will
mechanical operations as the drawing, bo set up butween thirty and forty
The nrorjosltion to run a
of wire, the manufacture ot drawn
tubing, the production ot various
shapes In the forming press and In
the spinning lathe, und all these are
well Known to the engineer. To the
we have in the mountain glacier an
example of continuous flow of an ap
parently solid mass, and that, too.
first class lubor exchanges In towne
with a population of 100,000 and up
ward, forty-five second-class .xcfiang
es in towns of a population between
50.00 and loO.O(ii). ond 150 minor
general observer it Is apparent thatj exchanges In smaller centers. In the
monster pxaurslons (rom the northern j without rupture or disintegration.
part of New Mexico, to Alhnquorque . Cassier's Xfagftzine.
on "Taft Day" during the 2!th New
Mexico Fair and UesourcX-s Ex post- 'Tuas a Glorious Victory.
tlon has met with immediate favor in i There's rtjollng In Fedora, Tenn.
Raton, and there is no doubt that ai
record breaking crowd would go from
this city alone.
Evidently that fight on l'in.-hot isn't getting ery far. In a great many
sastances the Forestry Hur. nu has made rnist;ik. s but they have been honest
(mistaken and sll will be remedied in time, w In reas if the atiblie domain had
jcra left under the old regime, there would be mighty little public d.nnain
erarthy of the name.
Once again it is the Joful season of the y. iir w In n we
the cob and suspend table etiquette, by heck!
at ( "in from
One dead and one dying as the result of automobile races ut lllit'liton
aeh yesterday. Is It to numrn or sml'e?
MOTHER-IN-LAW JU'ST GO.
A Chicago Judge. has settled the
mother-in-law question finally. "When
it gets so disagreeable that either the
son-in-law or mother-in-law must
go," said he In deciding a case in
which the mother-in-law charged her
son-in-law with assaulting her and
throwing her out of the house, "one
of the two must go. and I believe that
person should be the mother-in-law.
A man's life has been saved, and now
Dr. King's New Discovery is the talk
of the town for curing C. V. Pepper
of deadly lung hemorrhages. "I could
not work nor get about," he writes,
"and Uie doctors did me no good, but,
after using Dr. King's New Discovery
three weeks, I feel Tike a new man,
and can do good work again." For
weak, sore or diseased lungs, coughs
and colds, hemorrhages, hay fever,
la grippe, asthma or any bronchial
affection It stands unrivaled
larger ccaters general advisory cohi
mittces, consisting of equal numbers
of employers and employes, will "je
appointed, but these will in a'l wises
be under the direction of an "Impar
tial p. rdmaneiit official," appointed by
und subject to the Hrillsh board of
The president of the British board
of trade estimates the cost at SHl,
000 a year, rising during the building
period to $1,000,000,
Seared With a Hoi Iron.
or scalded by overturned kettle cut
with a knife bruised by slammed
door injured by gun or In any other
way the thing needed at once Is
Bucklen's Arnica Salve to subdue In
flammation and kill the pain. It1
Price i earth's supreme healer. Infallible for
50c and 11.00. Trial bottle free. Sold bo'ls. ulcers, fever sores, eczema ana
and guaranteed by all druggists. I piles. 15c at all druggists.
WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
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and Solicits New Accounts
orrtocRs and omKorcmm
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W S. STKICKLER, Vice President and Cashlei
W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier
William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldrldge,
A. M. Blackwe 1, U. E. Cromwell
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