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ALBUQUERQUE. EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE POUR.
FRIDAY. JULY 0, 1P06.
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THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN
Published Dally and Weekly.
By The Citizen Publishing Company
W. ft. 8TRICKLER,
President.
W. T. McCREIGHT,
Business Manager.
Despots Survive
The Ingratitude of republics, which has passed Into
proverb. Is certainly not comparable to the Ingratitude
of despots. Russia Illustrates this fact The creature
of one' man's will, that country has executed or dis
graced the leader who did nobly but could not succeed
in the war with Japan.
The little coterie of grand dukeg, who brought on
tie war to keep themselves In power, stayed safe at
the home end of the conflict. They preferred keeping
eioue to the Little Father's ear and purse, to risking
their lives on the firing line, says the Duluth Tribune.
They were the authors of the war and they were
responsible for its being such a disgraceful failure,
through their intrigues, incompetence and peculations.
"What the army ond navy should have had to fit them
for winning victories, they stole. They interfered with
the plans of campaigns, demoralized the spirit of loyal
devotion from the man behind the gun to the adminis
trative heads of departments. Instead of a onlted coun
try, they created ten thousand miles of utter demoraliza
tion, stretching from St. Petersburg to Vladivostok and
Port Arthur.
Yet the gram dukes are still In power, still reek in
fatness and revel in deviltry. The men sent to do their
fighting In a foredoomed cause, sent with inadequate
preparation, with a disloyal home support, with Insuf
ficient m"n and munitions, have been held responsible
for tie failures and defeats, made inevitable by these
name .grand dukes. It is the hope of all mankind that
theseievll geniuses of a great nation may reap the re
ward hey have over earned, even, if per force. It must
take jhe form of the bomb.
j Best Credit in History
lids have been invited for $30,000,000 of 2 per cent
Koverhment bonds to be used in the construction of the
Panaa canal, which will be the first Installment of the
moult of bonds authorized by congress for the great
lsthnJan enterprise. By law the bonds can not be sold
for less than par. As they command a premium, that
provision has no practical bearing in the sale. No other
country in the world can borrow money at 2 per c?nt,
to Bay nothing of the premium, which it is believed, will
reach, hi least 4 per cent. The 4 per cent bonds of
Japan and Russia can be bought for less than par.
though the interest is twice as large as that paid by this
country. A nation, state or city that can borrow at 3
per cent is favorably situated. But the United States
borrows at a much lower figure, with larger offerings
than t can use. It is true that the bonds of the I'nited
Statei have a special value to banks aa a basis for the
issuejof bank notes, but as this is part of the financial
system devised by the government the fact is all the
more proor o'f good management in developing and main
taining the national credit, which stands unequaled else
where in fhe past or present.
Supposing $200,000,000 to be necessary in building
a lock canal at Panama, the United States can get the
money at 2 per cent, or $4,000,000 a year. Any other
naitioir- would have to pay at least 3 per cent, a differ
ence of $2,000,nii0 a year. If the bonds ran fifty years
the amount in favor of the United States for that term
would be $100,000,000, a striking exhibit of the superior
position of this country as a liorrower.
Characteristic Conduct
The Denver Republican of' yesterday contained iden
tically the same telegram about Socorro, even including
the Carlsbad cloudburst, which appeared yesterday in
the morning paper of this city. There was this differ
ence, however; the Republican telegram was published
with 'an El raso date line, while the Journal forged the
Socorro date line, to give a semblance of reality to a
wild, foolish and slanderous fabrication.
Neither is this a small offense. The El Paso cor
respondents are notorious for the lurid lies they so offen
send out, not only concerning the country anywhere in a
radius of five to seven hundred mile's, but even about
their own town. So far had this course, of, conduct been
carried that the El Paso Chamber of Commerce called
attention to it and severely reprimanded the correspond
ents, while the general pubHc"came'to look upon any
thing with an El Paso date line as merely a sensational
canard.
These two facts are well known. Hence, if the
matter bad been published with the El Paso date line,
which belonged to it, no one would think of paying any
attention to It, placing It In the same category with the
Imaginary occurrences which the EJ Paso correspond-
, ents are paid for sending out and attributing to places
in Mexico. But to forge upon the El Paso telegram a
Soccro date line, was to give 'a semblance of truth to
a very poor cock and bull story. Those who would re
fuse all credence to an EJ Paso romance would think
that there might be some truth. In the same story Jf it
came from Socorro Itself. In this way the morning
paper of this city gave the Gem City the greatest dam
age In its power.
A Great State
In three more years about five hundred miles of
railroads will be placed on the New Mexico assessment
rolls and will pay taxes, says the New Mexican.
. This trackage is now exempt from taxation under
the "law allowing exemption for six years from taxation
for all new railroads from the day of their completion.
In five years New Mexico will tax about nve thousand
miles of railroads at the very least at $10,000 per mile.
Aa time advances this assessment will be duly increased.
Anyone who cares to study the situation and consid
er It calmly must come to the conclusion that within a
decade, or at lea.st by the year 1920, New Mexico will be
one of the richest and most prosperous states in the
Union.' Iaily Optic.
Tbe New .Mexican says that "the rainfall through
out a great portion of New Mexico since the first of July
has been abnormal and much greater than usual. That
it came in good time and has been a great blessing is
Hure. That this condition of affairs may not again occur
for years to come is also sure. After all, New Mexico
is an arid country and situated in an arid luit. Otfa
Klonnl . deviations by nature can not be counlei upon to
make this a rain lelt. just as one swallow tloeH not make
a summer." 'Die rainfall in this section of New Mexico
since the first of July has not been al. normal, though
good anil very useful. Last year It was more abundant
than it lias so far been this year, and came fully a
month earlier. Year before last the rainfall was even
more excessive, but it did nt reach its full force until
about territorial fair time, when It washed out the rail
roads to such an extent and through so long a lime as
to make the fair virtually a failure.
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Brief Story of the
Recent Dreyfus Case
The New York Times.
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Stripped of the entangling yarn of tragedy and conA
edy, of perjury, forgeries, and' murders, the true thread
of the Dreyfus story Is not diflcult to trace. In the
summer of 1894, when General Mercler was minister of
war, a member of the French "Contre-Espionage" was
caught near the German frontier and released by the
minister's order. Mercier, never popular with the lib
eral press, thereby brought down upon his head a heap
of unjust, Insulting denunciations. His maligners could
not know the true character of the man released. An
opportunity was offered to Mercler to rehabilitate him
self when a lrdereau, or list enumerating artilces that
had been transmitted to a foreign power, was intercept
ed and taken to him. The character of the contents
showed that the writer was a treasonable member of the
French general staff. If Mercler could detect the crim
inal, there would be no more cries heard from the lib
eral press that he was In the habit of freeine traitors.
Mercler called to his aid one Du Paty de Clam and
ordered him to find the author of the bordereau among
he officers of the various bureaus. The handwriting of
an Alsatian Jew, Captain Dreyfus, resembled that In the
bordereau. Experts were of varied opinions. Dreyfus
was arrested and a curious "acte d-accusatlon," or in
dictment, was drawn up against him. In which various
charges were made on less than hearsay. He was tried
on the charge of having communicated to a foreign pow
er obviously Germany the documents mentioned In the
bordereau.
From the very beginning the prisoner's counsel,
Maltre Demange,. swept away all charges with the ex
ception of that implicating Dreyfus as the writer of the
bordereau. The court retired to deliberate on this point.
A hurry call was sent for Mercler announcing that the
prisoner was aliou-t to be acquitted. Mercier hurried to
the Ecole Mllltalre and entered without ceremony the
secret chamber of the court. He said he would read to
the court a telegram which had been Intercepted while
passing from the military attache of one embassy to
that of another. This document, he added, whs In ci
pher, but he would translnte. He read: "Decidedly this
rascal Dreyfus has become, too exacting." The document
was not In cipher, nor did it contain the name Dreyfus
merely the letter D. The Judges, however, never ques
tioned their general's word, nor did they resent being
made his criminal partners by accepting the evidence
which was Introduced without the accused's knowledge
or the knowledge of his counsel. They found Dreyfus
guilty and sentenced him to death a sentence Inter
changed to imprisonment for life on Devil's island.
A book might be written books have been written
showing how the conviction by the court -martial had
been illegal how this illegality was made public. The
names, of George Plcquart and Entile Zola ami a host
of others should always be mentioned in the story which
tells of the three years' struggle to brills 'be Illegality
to the attention of the supreme court, of appeal. This
court was finally reached. During the winter of 1K9S-H9
it beard witnesses and finally gave its opinion thai Cap
tain Dreyfus might, be sent before the Rennes court
martial to be tried on th charge of having transmitted
to a foreign power certain documents mentioned in a list
which it (the supreme court of appeal) bad overwhelm
ing evidence, had been written by another man. As the
proceedings of this court had been dally published, there
was no doubt as to who the other man was. He was the
notorious Esterhazy, the real traitor. The supreme court,
It will be seen, thus left the Rennes trUiunal an absurd
ity to establish.
At Rennes, however, the Judges utterly Ignored the
opinion of the supreme court that of Itself would have
been sufficient to have the sentence annulled had not
the agitated state of the country prevented the supreme
court from exercising its authority In this instance and
proceeded to try Dreyfus on the old charge, with all the
old paraphernalia, but with an additional witness, named
Cernusky. who falsely swore that he had overheard men
talking about Dreyfus' delinquencies. And1 the Rennes
court-martial found the defendant guilty of treason, but
"with extenuating circumstances."
The news of this absurd sefitonce had scarcely
reached Paris when Dreyfus' brother, Matthleu, was on
his way to Rennes with the news that the government
desired to pardon the convict. Dreyfus thought, of his
sufferings at Devil's Island, of his long separation from
his family, and accepted the offer. By this action, how
ever, he incurred the enmity of some of his most ardent
defenders, who had attempted to make his case a na
tlonal political cause. But he was weary and would rest.
Later he would claim his name.
A large number of criminal and civil law suits arose
from the case, and bo Interminable did they seem, so
threatening to public safety, that It became necessary
to pass a law granting general amnesty and prohibiting
further litigation. Dreyfus himself, however, was not
Included In this law. He could tranquilly await the time,
therefore, when "new facts," unknown at the Rennes
rial, might be discovered. That time has now come
The new facts presented to the supreme court of appeal
were as follows:
1. The "petit bleu" (city tube telegram) sent by
Colonel Pannlzzardl to Colonel Von Schwarzkoppen
about the transport of troops on the Eastern railway In
the event of mobilization was not written in 1894. as wag
believed when Dreyfus was tried at Rennes. but In the
year following, when he was at Devil's Island.
' 2. At Rennes Dreyfus was thought to have com
munlcated a note on the different artillery regiments to
tne uerman government, as it was supposed to have dls
appeared from the bureau where he was working. Now
this very note has since been found in the war office,
3. The fact that the Initial "D" occurred In another
"petit bleu" exchanged Ix tween the German and Italian
military attaches was regarded as proof against Dreyfus
It has since been ascertained that the original initial
was scratched out and replaced by the letter "D."
4. It has also been found that several documents
in favor of Dreyfus were not submitted to tbe officers
who tried him at Rennes.
:. hince a document has been discovered
wnicn snows mat Dreyfus never made an avowal of
guilt.
6. It is alleged that there Is evidence of one fals
witness at the Rennes trial.
OBSERVER
"Have you ever noticed?" remarked
the Close Observer, as he stood lean
ing against a telephone pole tthe
corner of Second street and Railroad
avenue, "how this Immediate vicinity
Is fast being turned into an open-air
livery stable? No;
"Well, Just cast your peepers
around. There, beside te White Ele
phant, are several express and par
cel delivery wagens. They stand there
all day. On Railroad avenue, in front
of the saloons and pawn shops, you
will notice several hacks. They stand
there nay and night; feed tbeiir
horses there, water them, and make
that particular spot their livery sta
ble. "All of which creates a state of af
fairs that Is decidedly obnoxious to
one's nostrils In passing. Our street
cleaning department Is not quite as
large as that of New Ycrk city, and
as a consequence, much of the re
fuse occasioned by these many teams
standing there day and night, stays
right where It Is, and the consequent
odor Is at all times, especially when
the earth Is damp, something awful.
wnen It rains, the stamping or
these teams In the mud makes a slush
and mud puddle that stays there for
many days, and I have often seen la
dles pass these wagons and hacks,
dressed In white, only to have the ani
mals stamp on. a fly Just as they were
passing, with the result tnat their
pretty, white dress takes on a very
black-speckled appearance.
"Hack and delivery wagon stands
n cities wnere the street cltanlng de
partment Is working day and night.
s all light, but here, where we have
no street cleaning department, and
where there are no. provisions made
for carting off the film from these
many teams, it should,, be done away
witn. Tne safety of tne publics
health demands that some steps be
taken to anate this nuisance. '
Arizona Stnr: Chairman 11 in wood of the demo
cratic territorial executive committee, and attorney for
the Copper Queen company, appeals to Governor Kibbey,
chairman of the territorial republican executive com
mittee, to unite with the democracy and defeat the na
tional republican policy of statehood for Arizona. Well,
this (is bIkuii ibe most laughable farce ever attempted in
Arizona.
Arizona Star: The ilemoci acy nf Oklahoma ami of
Indian Territory are organizing with a view of cairying
the pew sta"e by a tremendous majority. Arizona dem
ocrats are pulling tbe wiKd over the eyes of the Arizona
reputblieaus to prevent fliem from joining with the New
Mexico republicans and making a republican state.
SIX LARGEST SELLERS.
.-i i imaBii man wtio Is spending a few wteks in
Duluth wandered ut into the classic region of Proctor
knott a day or two auo. One of the stores attracted him
by a sign that hung In the window. It read: "Tbe Six
Best Sellers Within."
urn. mnmiiirde the visitor from Hie Windy City.
iiere is a eiMiice to Imy some current literature. iiies:.
I ll go In "
entering, be found the
customer.
"Where are your books:
"What books, st ranger?'
"Why. the six best sellers' .,f course
"Ha, ha! them ain't hooks, mister."
"Not books!"
"No, sir. My -ix best sellers' ai- sost
penders, halt, socks and shoes. What can 1
Duluth News-Tribune.
storekeeper laDiipj; to
" ake n.e Chicago man
returned the storekeeper
A NEWSY BUDGET
FROM STEIN'S PASS
SPECIAL CORRESPONDENT SAYS
GRANITE GAP MINES FINEST IN
SOUTHWEST OTHER ITEMS OF
INTEREST.
Special Corressndence.
Stein's Pass, N. M July 17. The
Ragtime ball given here recently was
a great success. There were so many
couples in attendance that dancing
was done by relays. All thoroughly
enjoyed the occasion.
I'he Granite Gap mines here are said
by experts who have recently exam
ined them to be the finest in the
southwest. When Borne new improve
ments, contemplated are Installed
these mines will lead all others in this
section of the country in the ship
ment of ore.
The population In this vicinity is
increasing rapidly. The National Gold
Silver Mining company is running
day and night. Frank Newton, the
manager, had the misfortune to lose
his right hand recently by getting it
caught in ihe mill machinery. He 1
now in the hospital in Kl Paso.
Your correspondent is Informed that
Morris Cntermyer of New York will
arrive In this district about August
15 to Inspect the Federal Gold group
of claims owned by Fulton, Gunther
& Bennett. R. Gunther, Jr., formerly
manager of the National, had the mlB
fortune to break his arm at his home
In Oshkosh, WJs., recently.
Owing to important disclosuis on
the fiOO-foot level of the Granite Gap
mine Messrs. Fulton and Torrance
have located six claims south, and In
close proximity to their Granite Gap
mine. The claims are known as Haz
el Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, and to all
appearances will prove a valuable
property.
Robert Chenworth, son of . John
Chenworth, of the San Simon valley
who lost his arm above the elbow as
the result of a gunshot wound, while
hunting. Is improving dally.
The rock crusher Just west of
Stein's Pass is employing about .150
men under Superintendent Bean.
Mark R. Sherman, president of - the
National, visited the property recently.
UNLOADING SALE
Fine Clothing and
Furnishings
We've Too Much Clothing
By Several Thousand Dollars. It
must be sold at some price. . Go it
must. Don't confound this sale
with any of the many fake sales
now going on. So many stores at
this season merely plow over their
stock and then tag the "weeds" with
clearance cards. Such sales are
paper sales and nothing more. You
will find here no tricks, no shams,
no strings tied to our many offers
Call and Get My Prices
M. MAMBELIL
Fine Clothing and
Furnishings
Sti
London Club
LIVERY COMPANY
No. 424 North Second St.
SANITARY BOARDING STABLE
F. T. SCHMIDT, Prop.
Colo, phone, Blk, 35. Auto., 311.
BE A MONEY SAVER
AND THEN A HOME OWNER
PROVIDE FOR THE FUTURE
BEGBM NOW
We opened for subscription July 1,
a new series of monthly payment sav
ings installment stock; $1 per month
will carry a $200 share.
Also a series of prepaid investment
stock paying 6 per cent interest, on
deposits of $100 and upwards.
Liberal withdrawal privileges on all
stock.
We will loan you money to buy or
build you a home at once, if you be
come a stockholder.
The Co-Operative Building and .Loan
Association of Albuquerque
Established in 1888. .
ROOM 19, GRANT BLOCK.
H. H. TILTON,
Secretary.
Any Information .Desired Furnished.
SUMMER RESORTS AND HOTELS
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Faywood
Hot
Springs
FAYWOOD,
New Mexico
PLEMANTLY SITUATED.
EASY 'TO REACH.
RELIEVES PAIN.
BUILDS UP THE SYSTEM.
CURES RHEUMATISM.
CURES KIDNEY AILMENTS.
CURES DIABETES.
CURES INDIGESTION.
CURES DROPSY.
ACCOMMODATIONS FIRST
CLASS.
See Santa Fe Agent for round
trip rates, gocd for thirty days.
Adams & Dilgard
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A. C. BILICKE AND JNO. S. MITCHELL INVITE THEIR FRIENDS TO
MAKE NEW MEXICO HEADQUARTERS AT THE
HOLLENBECK HOTEL
Los Angelas, Calif.
Your friendship and patronage is appreciated. Courtesy and attention to
guests is a pleasure to us.
HOLLENBECK HOTEL AND CAFE BETTER THAN EVER. LOCATION
CONVENIENT AND DESIRABLE.
New Mexico people spending the Summer on the beaches are welcome to
feel at home in our hotel when visiting L,os Angeles.
DEPOT AND BEACH LINE CARS STOP AT THE HOLLENBECK DOOR.
Funeral Directors
Embalming Is Our Specialty
Cor. Fifth Street and Railroad Ave.
Colo, phone, Black, 298. Auto., 152.
Pin Your Faith to the Gas Ranee
MORTUARY
Miss Bertha Banghart, ae 19 years,
passed away at the home of her
mother, Mrs. Clara Jacobson, at the
Rancho Bruno, north of the city, at
5:45 o'clock yesterday afternoon, the
cause of death leing consumption. The
deceased resided In Allmquerque with
her mother and brother. The former
will be remembered by many aa at
one time being a resident of Wtst
Coal avenue. A large number of
friends sympathize with the relatives
in their bereavement. The funeral
will take place from the Immaculate
Conception ciiurch tomorrow morning
at 9 o'clock, Rev. Father Francis
presiding. The body will be taken
from O. V. Strong's Sons' undertak
ing parlors at 8:45. interment will
be niade in Santa Barbara cemetery.
At 3:3u o'clock this afternoon death
claimed .Miss Mary Mooney, daughter
f Mr. and Mrs. John Mooney of 518
West Copper avenue, at the tender
age of 14 years. Funeral arrange
ments will made tomorrow.
"He who sleeps,dines'
so reads the proverbs. But
it is a poor way tor a hungry man
to dine. Any man wha saves a
little out of bis earnings and
places It in the bank, can bot'n
sleep and dine. His sleep will be
free from financial worry and his
llning satisfying.
The wage earner and the salary
man are the ones who should save
1 something out of their Income. A
little saved each week or month,
ax tile case may be, will put you
ahead at the end of i-e year. Be
fore long ycy will have an income
from the dollars you saved.
A bank account helps you to save
aud gives you a saie place for your
savings until you find a good in
vestment. The money is always
available.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE'
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
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There's no "maybe" about it. What
you want it to do, It WILL do.
It Is in Itself, an emancipation proc
lamation which has liberated its tens
of thousands of white slaves In the
battle between worry and comfort; be
tween dirt and cleanliness; between
inconvenience and handiness; or, in
short, between the old antiquated
coal stove methods and up to date
ias Range Ideas.
WE'VE SAMPLES AT THE
FICE TO SHOW YOU.
The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Cc.
CORNER 4th AND GOLD
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Mail Orders Filled Same Day Received.
BOTH PHONES ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
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A NATURAL INFERENCE.
Six-yt ar -old , Fanny, just returned from j!in.i...v
school, seemed to have something ,,n h.-r mind "Moth
er," she said, after awhile, 'they iini-t .ae had ey
large bed in Bible times."
"Why?" asked her mother.
Well, our teacher toid us to. lay ihat A rai.i-.ii.
with his four fathers." Harper's WYi-klv.
BALL
Traction Park
SUNDAY
II TI V 99
Santa Fe Centrals
vs. Mcintosh Browns.
T.cket LPc. Grcc" for Eall Came and street car farea if pur
chased at J. H. O'R'elly Cc.'i drua store or Stugres' cgar stand.
THE BEST IN TOWN
mm ommm
Per Gallon - - - $1.50
Special Price on Large Orders
Delivered to any part of the city
LOUDON'S JERSEY FARM
Phone Colo. Red 82.
inrTTmriTniirranii
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That's wfc&t you'll taj wlun jou
see that nice little hone, alt fur
nished, for ti.ot"'; $:'"0 i'm ; t (?
balanie t.'5 a n.fTi'h.
PORTERFIELD CO..
110 WEST COLD

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