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A I jU U 3 U EKQ U E EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, OCT. 18, 1905.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Ffost National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
AT THE CLOSE OP BUSINESS, AUGUST 25, 1905
$100, $150, $200
PiR LOT, INSTALLMENT PLAN:
Only $10.00 Down, $ 1.00 Per Week
Eastern Addition, Highland
Sixteen of these lots sold last week
Surety Investment Comp'y, Owners
D. K. B. SELLERS, Manager.
OF THE TERRITORY
Department of Education,
v Prof. Hiram liadley,
HERE PUBLISHED IN FULL
tutes;" and Institutes are mostly held
In August, some of them earlier.
Many correspondents give refer
ences, hub Is commendable, but lew
people will take the trouble to consult
references. I am inclined to think
that the better way is for applicants
for positions to retain the originals of
commendations, and send copies of
theru right along with the application.
S:Terlatenuent ol Public Instruction,
Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Department of Education, Herritory
of New Mexico, Santa Fe.
In reply to your letter the following
Is respectfully submitted:
1 he correspondent with this office
on educational matter? is quite heavy.
I am pleased to have this, and, so far
as possible, I desire to give it prompt
attention. This circular letter will
answer most of the questions asked
by teachers outside the territory.
New Mexico is developing very rap
idly, and many new schools are being
opened. In many places there Is a
scarcity of properly qualified teach
ers, but It is impossible for this office
to know where the vacancies exist.
Those interesthed will be supplied
with our ofiicial school register, and
, they can cjiiespcnd "ltn such as
they choose. We cordially invite all
qualified teachers to come and cast
their lot with us. New Mexico is a
great country, and is just at the be
ginning of a period of remarkable
. Applicants for school grade certifi
cates must pass a satisfactory exam
inatlr.n In: Reading, orthography,
penmanship, grammar, geography, Un
ited States history, arithmetic, ele
ments of pedagogy, and physiology.
Applicants for first grade certifi
cates must pass a satisfactory exam
ination in: Reading, orthography,
grammar, penmanship, geography, Un
ited States history, constitution of
the United Stales, advanced arithme
tic, advanced pedagogy, botany,, zool
ogy, physiology, elementary algebra,
and elementary physics.
To entitle an applicant to' a first
grade certificate, he must receive a
general average of 90 per cent on the
Drescribed branches of study, with
no grade lower than 70 per cent. Sim
ilarly, for 'a second grade certificate,
the ger.oral average must be as high
as 70 per cent with no grade lower
than 60 per cent.
Those intending to teach must also
present a certificate of attendance
within the year upon some county or
city formal institute or summer
We cannot issue certificates good
in New Mexico on any certificates or
diplomas from other states. Hut these
may be used as evidence before the
territorial board by applicants for
The territorial board of education
Is empowered "to issue territoria
teac'iors" certifi-ates to persons whom
it rrai- 1'.rni (iiiuI.IkJ bv reason of
their moral character, academic schol
arshln. knowledge of the theory am
art of teaching and actual practice in
teaching." The lowest qualifications
entitling to such certificate must
equal the full professional course in
either of the normal schools of New
In the administration of this law,
the board Is Its own Judge, but those
holding diplomas from standard nor
mal schools in the states, or diplomas
from reputable colleges accompanied
by some years of successful experi
ence In teaching, or having similar or
equivalent evidences, are usually fav
i rably considered.
The beard grants two grades ot
these cnMijau s one for five years
and the otlrr for life. It does not
issue either to any one whose resid
ence Is outside ttie territory, unless
he has contracted to teach within the
The laws of New Mexico require
that a teacher shall file with the
board by which he is employed a ccr
tifieate from an official physician that
be Is free from tuberculosis.
Salaries in New Mexlcoare not
algh. In some parts they are very
low. In many of the country schools
and ir. the grades of city schools, the
alai it abo'it 50 ler mcpth. In
some country schools they are much
below this figure. It is unnecessary
to s'nte that teachers who will ac
cept these very low salaries are us
ually Incompetent and are dear at
anv price. In some of the city schools,
grade teachers receive to $S0 per
iiion'h. (Inly one superintendent re
ceives per annum. Ik-part-inencil
professors In the higher Insti
tutions receive f l."0 to ll.Suo.
During the months of July and Au
gtist. most boards of education employ
ielr teacher. Superintendents and
principals may be employed earlier.
Flxamlnatlons of teachers are held
"at lb 4ws of thw annual lnsti-
LEG BROKEN BY
Nursing a broken leg which he re
ceived while roping an angry bull, G.
S. Culbertson, a cowboy from Hachlta,
New Mexico, is at Hotel Dieu, says
the El Paso Evening News. Culberson
roped the bull neatly, but his cow
pony was not strong enough to with
stand the charge of the bovine, and
was thrown to the ground. In the
fall, Culbertson's leg was fractured.
Hefoie he received medical attention,
Culbertson was obliged to travel 50
miles overland and 150 miles on train.
A few weeks will see Culbertson's
MAY FLY THE COOP
HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT OF
COMMERCE AND LABOR BE
LIEVES THAT MR. ROOSEVELT
IS TOO PREVIOUS.
OF THE FUNDS
the Schools Made by
BERNALILLO WILL GET $1,814.25
In the mail from Santa Fe last
night The Citizen received the fol
lowing statement from Prof. Hiram
Hadley, superintendent of public in
sti uction, and of the funds Borna
lillo couuty gets $1,814,120, while San
Miguel county leads, with $1,912. 2o.
Department of Education, Territory
of New Mexico, Santa Fe, October
Dear Sir Of the funds in the hands
of the territorial treasurer to tae
credit of the common school income
tund, 1 have made, fais 14th day of
October, 1905, the following apportion
ment among the several counties of
the territory, as prescribed by law,
said apportionment being twehty-five
cents to each person enumerated for
Dona Ana 4,026
Loans and Discounts, -Bonds,
Stocks, Real Estate,
Banking House and Furniture,
United States Bonds, $ 323,000.00
Cash and Exchange, 1,310,015.50
Capital and Profits, -
Depository of the A. T. & S. F. Railway System
Evening Citizen Wants!
1 One Cent Per Word for Each ln!wrr!on
Te In rare proper classlf Icatles U far thti Miami matt be la the eff Ice before J 'clock
p. m. Ads hosed receive the tame careful atteatioa taal it givea I adt bnMf kt la oMIca.
GOOD POSITIONS WAITING
for competent clerical men. The demand tor men w'to
can ftuicesstully handle the various brimhetnt tithe
work is unceasing w e neea at once capsule Account
ant. Bookkeepers, Cahiera, C lerks, Collectors, Correa
lionaents and J'rivate Secretaries, Other umid posi
tions paving tipoo-tvxot year now open for Salesmen,
Executive and Technical men; also many desirable
opportunities for men having money to invest with
their servicrs. Write us to-Jjy stating position desired.
HAPCOODS (Inc.), Brain Broken
917 Chemical Building, St. Louis
SOUVENIR POSTAL CARDS World
wide. Send 10c for card and plan.
Proxy Exchange Club, Bingham
ton, N. Y.
WANTED Carpenters, at once,
WANTED Clean rags.
The Citizen odlce.
WANTED rhree painters,
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Girl to assist with cook
ins and housework. 315 South Third
WANTED Plain sewing; chlldrens'
clothing a specialty. No. 619 West
Washington, D. C Oct. 16. Is Vic
tor H. Metcalf to leave President
Roosevelt's cabinet? That question la
the subject ot considerable gossip la
Washington Just now, and there are uuauaiupe 2,221
plenty who think that there will be Lincoln 1,900
a new secretary or uominerce ana j.,um
Labor before many weeks.
Chinese exclusion Is one or tne
causes of fiiction between Roosevelt
and Metcalf. The "executive order
which went out this summer for a
modification of the requirements gov- "Roosevelt 1,400
erninir Chinese exclusion are said to Sandoval 2,176
nave occasioned some resentment on ouo.u j.,oio
ban Miguel 7,64!)
Rio Arriba 4,518
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Vntlf i " ' - " -" ill II il-
sierra . . ,
Union . . .
No report estimated.
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
FOR RENT Large front room Hi
good location, 12. Suitable for two
gentlemen. 304 South Broadway.
WANTEDA woman for general
housework. Apply to Mrs; Dr.
Pearce, 717 West Railroad avenue.
WANTED Ladies to bring their hair
work to Mrs. H. E. Rutherford. Ail
kinds done to order. 113 Iron ave-
WANTED Gentlemen s second-hand
clothing. No. 615 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Competent girl or woman
for general housework In family of
two. Can have several afternoons
and evening a week off. Apply 614
West Coal avenue.
FOR SALE Furniture, practically
new, of five-room house. Will also
rent house. 203 North Edith street.
KUk SALE Two-room house on
Higli street In Highlands; lots of
trees, etc; lot, 62x142; $J00. E. H.
Dunbar & Co.
t uu aALE-God restaurant, com
plete or partly furnished. Cheap, If
sold at ouce. 120 West Silver ave
nue. FOR SALE Good horse and saddle.
Inquire at 213 South Uroadway.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN A
large, black horse; bears collar mark;
return to Indian school and receive
LOST A sterling silver, gold-plated
N. Y. Athletic club medal, last night
at the Casino. Return to this office
and receive reward.
LUoi A warranty ueeo from T. S.
Austin and wife to J. HarrlB Chap
pell. Finder will please return to
A. FleUcher, 212 south Second
The Beer that is making
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co.
A HOME INDUSTRY.
Auto. Phone, No. 92. Colo. Phone, Black, No. 93.
Santa Fe Central Railway System
SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY.
Fast passenger and freight aervlce. Steamship tickets to all tart
of the World.
Connections at Torrance, N M., with the El Paso ft Southwestern,
and Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Railways. At Kennedy and Sant
Jo. N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe railway. At Bant
Fe with the Denver ft Rio Grande railroad. . i.duv
Bpeclal attention given to handling of passengers and freight.
Send yonr freight via the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific rail
way, via Torrance, N. M. V1""'" H Jffl fl FEIl HIII FB .rTI'l
Your business respectfully solicited. i"U,",J'lAlii,fflJEZIJ
W. H. ANDREWS, , S. B. ORIMSHAW,
, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and Gen. Mgr.
FRANK DII3ERT, Asst. Secy, and Treas.
J P Jr- . OWMSHAW,
City Fit. and Pass. Agt. Traveling Frt, and Pass. Agt
GENERAL OFFICES 8ANTA FE, N. M.
WANTED By Chicago manufactur
ing bouse, person of trustworthiness
and somewhat familiar with local
territory as assistant in branch of
fice. Salary $18 paid weekly. Per
manent position. No investment re
quired. Previous experience not
essential to engaging. Address,
Manager Branches, Como Clock,
the part of Secretary Metcalf, who
telt that lie had been ignored as well
Since the president's return to
Washington thu Secretary of Com
merce and Labor has not attended
all the cabinet sessions, and at one,
at which illness prevented his attend
ance, the subject of foreign immigra
tion was taken up, discussed and a
policy was determined upon. Mr. Met
calf felt again that the matter might
have wailed until he could give it his
attention, since it was under his department.
PERSONAL MENTION IN
THE RATON RANGE. '
Willard Carroll, who had been away
from the city for over two years, has
returned to Raton, and will make Ins
home there. j
Judge and Mrs. Iiayne and their
guests, Mr. and Mis. Piggot of Chicago
left Tuesday morning for a few 'days'
camping trip. Mr. and Mrs. Piggot
are en route to the coast.
Miss Anua lielle Davis was the
TOPICS TAKEN FROM
Matt Danenhauer, associate editor
of the Clifton Era, and a member of
the fast team of ball players of that
town, and Miss Bertha Puiker, were
married in El Paso, last week, Thurs
day, and are now enjoying a wedding
trip to the City of Mexico. The Lib
eral extends its congratulations.
Win. Farr, prominent business man
of Albuquerque, was In the city the
latter part of the week, and while
here contracted to buy a thousand
head of cattle from the Mansfielu
Land and Cattle company. The cattle
are to lie delivered in Loidsburg on
the 25th of this month, and will be
shipped to Imeprial, California, where
they will be fattened for market.
From the record of the observations
of the weather taken by Voluntary
Observer E. W. Clap), it is learneu
tliat the highest temperature In Sep
tember was i)'J degrees, on the liist
(lay, and the lowest was 4'J, on the
last day. Theru fell during the month
2. ."ill inches of rain. There were 6
clear days, 9 partly cloudy, and 15
cloudy. The most Important event to
the observer during the month was the
burning1 of his residence on the 20th,
i and he noted that day on the records
with a big X opposite the "ate.
M ALE HELP W A N J E D.
WANT El5tJyialuifin:Tu7rng bouse,
trustworthy assistant for branch of
fice; 18 paid weekly; position per
manent; no capital required. Pre
vious experience not essential. Ad
dress, Branch Manager, 325 Dear
born street. Chicago.
FOR RENT Rooms with board. 315
South Third street.
FOR RENT Rooms with board. 100
North Edith street.
FOR RENT Furnished room; gen
tleman preferred. 213 West Mar-
run 1U-..NT Two furnished rooms
for llnht housekeeping. Inquire at
300 North Uroadway.
Money Co Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on;
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE-;
CEIPTS, as low as 110.00 and as high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly made
and Strictly private. Time: On
month to one year given. Goods rr
maln In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
Wards of Pneumonia.
All coughs, colds and pulmonary com
plaints that are curable are quickly
cured by One Minute Cough Cure.
Clears the phlegm, draws out Inflam
mation, and heals and soothes the af
fected parts, strengthens the lungs,
wards off pneumonia. Harmless and
pleasant to take. Sold by all drug
gists. MERCHANT TAILORING
UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop Is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first-
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex
perience in the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and
repaired. The specific I use will not
Injure the cloth. Ladles' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
FOR RENT Six room, modern house,
cloee in, to be let from November 1.
Apply to F. F. Trotter.
FOR RENT Nice room, everything
new and pleasant. 415 North Sec
FOR RENT One nicely furnished
front room: modern. 3u5 North
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms;
gentlemen preferred. No. 519 West
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, sult
alile for man and wife. 415 North
Second street. Roa d if preferred.
RE DRIVER DISTRICT
IN MINING MATTERS.
The Independence, on Red River, Is
hauling ore to Ellzahethtown, Colfax
county, from which place it Is taken
to the Santa Fe railway at Springer
and shipped to the smelter at Pueblo,
Colorado, for treatment. More men
are being employed at the mine right
along. Uncle Bob Pooler and his son,
ben, of the Memphis group of mines,
arrived in camp to investigate the
guest of honor at a party given Sat-
tp.lni. A.rtidin. V... Ill l..I '
Vr2l?J 7. f"u'- new'strike on the Cora Gibsou, which
Progressive gamea were the entertaiu- aS!iava .... In ,h hiinHroHn
ment for the evening, at which Miss absds u" the huadreda
Fullenwider received the first prize,' jail GUARD REFUSES
a collar, and Miss Davis, the consola-; jq ACCEPT A BRIBE,
tion. Mr. Hague received the first a special dispatch from Santa Rosa",
gentleman's prize, a box of paper, and dated October 12, says: Barney Mason
Claude Stockton was consoled with a and William Hunter, who attempted
fei oi garuen ioois
Mrs. Newcomer, who has been'
spending the summer in Europe, vis
ited her sister, Mrs. E. C. Siemmer,
and family, a few days last week. She
left Friday evening for her home In
Denver. She will resume her medical
studies there. Master Freddy Horno
uian of Minouk, 111., accompanied bis
aunt, Mrs. Newciner, to Ra,ton, aud
will spend the winter with Mr. AJ
Mrs. R C. Slt-mmer.
to biibe a guard at the Guadalupe
county jail to release prisoners, were
arrested and arraigned today, but ow
ing to its being the lat trial day, were
given continuance until the next term
Both are well known citizens of this
county, and much surplrse is manifest
ed at thir actions. The attempted de
livery failed because of tl' action of
the guard In promptly reiiorting the
facts to ludge Maun.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. I arge and airy. Cor
ner of Sixth street and Railroad
FOR RENT Two clieu) roonig for
light housekeeping. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford, corner of Broadway and
FOR RENT Apartments in Park
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
II. Tilton, room 19, Grant block.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished flats
and rooms for housekeeping. Also 3-
rooin flat with piano. Apply Mrs.
E. K. Norrls, eaBt end of viaduct,
cor. Iron ave. and John St.
FOR RENT Two large Btore rooms
warehouse and twelve living rooms
suitable for hotel purposes, with
large yard In rear and all neces
sary outhouses. Everything new and
modern. Mrs. Brault, corner of
Broadway and Marquette avenue.
FOR SALE Four ho!e range, cheap.
No. 30 North Fourth street.
FOR SALE Six-room brick house,
corner of Marquette avenue and
Fifth street: modern; $1,200. E. H.
Duabar & Co.
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NATIVK AND C H ICAQO LUMBER
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and pes
slmlstic as you please. Kodol will
digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. You can put your food In a
bowl, pour a little Kodoi Dyspepsia
Cure on It and It will digest It the
same as It will" In your stomach. It
can't help but cure Indigestion and Dy
spepsia. It Is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and some
didn't. Kodol will cure you If medi
cine can cure you, whether you have
faith In It or not. Sold by an drug
$5 TO 10 SAVED ON EVERY
ccun mo vnim cm K Nnw.
PAIII (FN THF RAILROAD TICKETl
BROKER, WILL GET THEM HERE
CHEAP. 114 WEST RAILROAD
For All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal a
cut without leaving a scar, or to cure
bolls, sores, tetter, eczema and all
skin and scalp diseases, use DeWItt's
Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for
blind, bleeding, Itching and protruding
piles. Stops the pain Instantly and
cures permanently. Get the genuine.
Sold by all druggists.
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those 13.50 walk
A Selling of Opera Coata.
Greatest bargains ever offered in
afternoon and evening coats, at the
Golden Rule Dry Goods company. See
SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Always
(rvam vnnA 1 r.r , kn.. -
v , v . o Hiui J, twin Hpnif
longest, most economical, full
FIRST 8TREET AND COAL AVE.
stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement.
Paint, Glass, Sash Doors, etc.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. MALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars: Bhaftlnrs
Pulleys. Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron PronU toi
Ropalrm om Mining and Mill Machinery a Bpaelalty
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N". M.
SARATOGA CHIPS FRE8H
ERY DAY AT MALOY'8.
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Frh Cut Flewsrs.
0000000 O O
1" -r CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE- U
Harness, Sprlnfl Wagons Built to Q
pVlltjrX HORSESHOEING Q
1 CARRIAGE PAINTING 0
Cor. First Street and Tijeras Road ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. ft
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Proprietor
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS
FINE RE8TAURANT IN CONNECTION. Finest Whiskies, Imported
aad Domestic Wine and Cognac. The coolest and highest grade of
lager served. Finest and best llniported and Domefctle Cigars,