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PAGE SIX. FRIDAY. JULY 23. 1909- ! 1 ; i I' ROYAL DUKE CELEBRATES ACCESSION Has Been on Throne of Saxe Coburg Gotha One Year. LIVE NEWS WORTH READING ttothu, July :i-.'ur!v F.dward. duke it Sa.e-C' Imrj-Gotha. who as sumed tlie reins at t nernmrnt a. ytar a-Ho ytsterday, on tvacnin iiie ngeof 21 jears, celebrate.! the ttrst anni versary oi his m-ce.-stoa to the throne". 1 nere i military review id the morning, followed oy a levee, at which the yw-if duge received the congratulations o( his court, of dele gations from var c :J .arts of the duchy and or representatives of many German and ofiwr principalities. Ijjst evening the --tuiienta celebrated the anniversary with a grand torch light procession. A sate dinner was also given. The young duke : the son of leo pold, diike of Albany . and a grandson of the late Queen Victoria and the prince consort, Priace Allert of Saxe-Cohurg-Gotha, He succeeded to his present title on the death of his un cle, Prince Alfred, duke of Edinl.urg, July 30. 1SHK). Tfce young duke re ceives $75.0i.ii a yeir out of the in come of the Gotha domain, $J5.0(0 be ing paid Into th public exchequer, the rest Is divide! between the duke and the state. The duke further re ceives one-half of he excess of rev enue over expenditure from trie Co tourg domains, about $25,500. A bent 300.000 persona live in the duchy. NATIONAL LIVE STOCK EXCHANGE IN SESSION Chicago. July 20. The annual meeting of the National Uve Stock exchange, a r.itionai organization with a lara;e membership, scaitered tbroush every part of the United States, opened yesterday. The meet ins which will continue for Three days, will be held at the Transit timise and th- Ur.' " Stock Yards. The attendance Is iirie nud thorough ly representative. N'ARATHON RUNNER WAS GUEST OF HONOR Cleveland, O., juiy ". The an nual xMiiing and atlil t i: sanies of the Catholic Mutual Benevolent ussocia Uon. which took plate at Luna park last afternoon, -was of' par ticular interest, owing to the fact that William Sherring, the famous Ca nadian runner, -who won the historic Marathon race at the recent Olympic games In Athens, Greece, w as pres ent as the guest of honor of the organization. ' REFORMED CHURCHES HOLO A REUNION Penmar. Pa., July . The seven teenth annual reunion of the Reform ed churches of Pennsylvania, Mary laud, Virginia, West Virginia and the District of Columbia, U beins held here today. The attendance is un usually large. At the meeting this afternoon Judse Ge.rg-? Kunkel of Harrisburg and Dr. J. T. Hacker of Roanoke, Va , delivered a bin -.ses. The Mercersluirg Academy Glee club and a chorus from the Woman's col lege, Frederick City, Mi., wt'.l furnish the music of the dav. MARYLAND BANKERS HOLDING CONVENTION. Ocean City, Mr., July 2i. The Mary land Banking association U holding its annual convention here. The session was opened yesterday, and will cotinue for three days. The attend ance Is unusually large, and Includes many prominent 'bankers and finan cial men from other states. An inter esting program has been prepared, which includes an address ou "Finan cial Education," by Prof. George B. Allen cf New York university; an ad dress on "Greater Baltimore," by J. V. L Findlay of Baltimore; one on "Uniform Bills of Lading," 'by William Ing'.e. cashier of the Merchants' na tional bank of Baltimore, and an ad dress on "The Torrence Land Sys tem," by It. Howeli Grlswold of Balti more. UNFORTUNATE SUGGESTION IN MUNICIPAL COUNCIL Hamburg, July 20. The municipal Vouncll room In the town of Hagen, in "Westphalia, was the scene of an amusing occurrence a few days ago. Vice-Burgomaster Wilde, in an en thusiastic speech, proposed that three new streets should be named after the celebrated physicians, Dr. Koch, Dr. Behrlng and Dr. Roentgen, in rea ognition of their brilliant services in the cause of suffering humanity. A storm of applause greeted the proposal, but an ominous silence fell upon the meeting w-hen Councillor Buschhaus arose and pointed out that the three streets in question led to the cemetery, and that for this reason the eminent scientists named might not feel unqualified gratification at the honor it was proposed to confer upon them. It is hardly surprising to rad that after this the matter was (iropjied by unanimous consent. HIBERNIANS MEET AND WILL ELECT OFFICERS Saratoga Springs. N. Y., Julv 20 The biennial national convention cf .lie Ancient Order of Hibernians is i rawing to a close. Today will be principally devoted to the transaction of business. It Is expected that the election of officers will take place this afiernoon. and perhaps the time and igre of the next biennial convention v. ill be decided. The present natioual fhcers are: President James K. Do'.au. New York. Vice 1'ie-id'nt James Sullivan. 1 i.iladtliibia. Secretary James p. Carni!'., Col.im- Treasurer 1'. O'Brien, Richmond, Cod. National Director.-- J. T iietines y y. But le. ' Mont : John F Ki-ating. Chicago: P. I. Farrell. Gr.ir.d l'..i i !s, Mich.; Crf-oi j!,' J. But .-r Louis :'!. Ky. t M'lKSaclmsct's deh-tiA'es liaM v " v si ti i is n b'l'iui In ta ;'u f ii;e Mas-sacud .'tit, Matthew Cum ; . . ,,. I. . ' r national joejl 11, ... ' -ud tii!oU!5U out th country, and It is quite prob able that he will he elected In recog nition of his valuable services in bringing It about that the study of Irish history was Introduced into pub lic and par chlul schools In 'Massa chusetts. Pittsburg. Pa., and Colum bus. Ohio, delegates are working hard to secure votes In favor of the selec tion of their respeclive cities as the places for the next biennial conven tion of the order. This evening, the grand banquet given liy the local lodges to the visiting delegates, will take place. Many Interesting ad dresses ate n the program ror this evtnlng. MEETING OF GEORGIA BAR ASSOCIATION. Warm Springs. Ga.. July 20. The three days' annual meeting of the Ce. rgia Har association w hich opened yesterday, promiss to be of unusual Interest owing to the fact that Wilr limn Travers Jerome, the famous prosecuting attorney of New York Is in attendance as the special guest of honor of the Bar association. He has consented to deliver nn address be fore the association and It Is lielleved that he will discuss the principles of pure government and of pure politics Blount, of Macon, who was for years one of the judges of the supreme court In the Phillplne islands but who has since returned to Georgia, will deliver an address. The entire program which has been arranged for the sessions is very interesting and Includes addresses on the federal con trol of life Insurance and another ad dress on certain important legal prob lems In the Panama canal zone. LIEUTENANTS APPOINTED FROM THE RANKS. Washington. D. C. July 20. The thirty soldiers who have bten pro visionally examined for apiointment as second lieutenants in the army and who have been pronounced qualified, will not be ordered to F rt Leaven worth for the usual preliminary In struction aud observation. They will remain at their respective posts un til aiiout September 1. when they will be ordered up for final examination. This decision to have no preliminary term of instruction has its disadvant ages. It must necessarily lie a handi cap to those who are conducting their own studies, and to that extent it shows the present Indifference to giv ing particular aid to the enlisted men who are after army commissions. Then too, this preliminary period of Instruc tion enabled the army officers under whom the soldier candidates were serving fori wo mrnths. to observe the young men carefully and report upon tneir pptcial qualifications. A Traa'c Finish. "" A watchman's neglect permitted A leak In the great North Sea dyke, which a child's finger could have stop ped, to become a ruinous break, de vastating an eutlre province of Hol land. In like manner Kenneth Mc Iver, of a.iceboro. Me., permitted a little cold to go unnoticed until a tragic finish was only averted by Dr. King's New Discovery. He writes: Three doctors gave me tip to die of lung inflammation, caused bv a ne glected cold; But Dr. King's New Discovery saved my life." Guar anteed best cough and cold cure, at nil druggists. 50c and 1.. Trial bottle free. a. mmmivt ip Ask for the Brewery Bottling. Common beer is sometimes substituted for Schlitz. To avoid being imposed uPon, see tluit tfte cork or crown is branded 9 That Made Milwaukee PHONE, AUTOMATIC, 139 0 3 TALES FROM THE SUMMER CAPITAL Special Correspondence. Oyster Pay. N. Y July !i0. presi dent Roosevelt is showing more deter mination this seuson than ever before to prevent his sons from feeling that they are unlike any other children of the town. The president and his wife feel that If any public importance or notoriety Is given the children it may tend to have an undesirable effect up j on them. It has become an unwritten law in the vllluge, except ot course, among 'strangers, to disregard the youngsters j when they romp through on their po nies or nicycies. umi rm;i ions me giv en all photographers to desist from making pictures of any member of the Roosevelt family, except the president, and this only at a distance and not on Sunday when he Is bound to or from church. Cameras are burred from the president's grounds by secret service men. Theodore Roosevelt, Jr., the presi dent's oldest son, will preside over a Sunday school class In Christ church again this season. All of the boys who compose the class urged him to return again and Rev. Washburn, the ! rector, went to Wagamore Hill to con- I vey the request. The president's son consent ed, though he may not assume :the duty for a few weeks. The president has stemmed clams for limcliHiin each day. gathered from the shore of the bay bordering bis es tate. Clams are expensive this year, the supply being restricted by the New York fish trust. No more thrifty and industrious housewife has ever been the help meet of an American presid-ent than Mrs. Roosevelt. She Is a clever mis- BIDS FOP DIVERSION DAM OPEN AT LAS CRUCES OCT. 1 R. M. Hall was in Ijis Crures and said that the specifications for the $200.00!) Penasco rock diversion dam. with drawings, had been conpleted and had been sent to Washington to be printed. These will be n-idy for distribution on the first of th- month and about the first of Octob r bids will be opene dat this place. ASSISTANT FOREST RESERVE SUPERVISOR. Forest Supervisor Leon L. Knelpp Is out of Santa Fe at piescnt n n a tour of inspection of the Jemez re j serve, and Ik not expected to rt-turn i home until Saturday. The c uief of ! the forestry division has detailed two I young men w ho recently passed the civil service examination, to assist j him in his work. One will lr a perma- nent assistant, while the oilier is sent tj Santa Fe only teiupotarilv. The two young foresters are Arthur D. Read of Emporia, Kan., and A. B. Reckuugie of Brooklyn. N. Y. They have arrived and are now awaiting yw" Tj o' o Is said of "green beer" not of Schlitz. Schlitz beer is aged in glass enameled steel tanks for months before it is marketed. Fer mentation is finished long before you get it. That is an apparent virtue. But the chief distinction of Schlitz is its purity a virtue that you can't see. Yet the cost1 of that purity exceeds Ihe 13 255. CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR CO., tress of domestic economy. Super vising the preparation of the meals, managing every detail of the care of the home on Sagamore Hill, watch ing the culture of the garden and keeping a constant eye upon the wel fare of her family, she Is busy the day through. Friends of Mrs. Roosevelt tell ofi her economy and charity. While vis- ! Itlng with friends her busy fingers are engaged darning stockings, patching j some garment of a Uiy's dress, stitch- : lug linen or forming some plain de sign upon decorative fabric. Musket picnics are in great favor in j the president's family. There are half a dozen groves in the vicinity of Sagamore Hill, which are well adapt ed to the purpose. Later in the seas on the family will camp out lor a few nights at one of these places, secret service men being at hand to ward off intruders. The executive office of the United States government, located over Moore's grocery store, and the head quarters of Secretary Loeb, has been given a fresh coat of paint. The gro cer did the work before the president's arrival and shortly after Cncle Joe Cannon's famous remark: "This country is a hell of a success." The big corn crop here 'this year is accounted for by a new invention In use by up-to-date farmers. The i chickens have always eaten fully half the seed. The new device Is a forked prong of steel w hich tits on the chick ens' legs When they attempt to scratch the fork slips down and sinks pinto the ground, acting as a brace and ' preventing the fowl from kicking backward. The only trouble with the. thing is the chickens are starving and lifir,,!,! ttxf ncrira li'jtu nlliftt ukvA'iirH I the return of Supervisor Knelpp. The former has been appointed as tne regular assi.-iant for Mr. Knelpp. Karl W. Woodard of Washington. '. C., a forest Inspect r. was expected to ar-: rive in Santa Fe Wednesday night, but was probably detained at I.as Vegas ' "Had dyspepsia or Indigestion for years. No appetite, and wnat I did eat. distressed me terribly. Burdock Blood Hitters cured me." J. H. Walker, Sunlmry, Ohio. A New York dispatch says Mrs Leslie Carter has enjoyed single life for upward of 15 years. Enjoyed sin gle life? AVell, what else could yen expect ? Old Chronic sores. As a dressing for old chronic sores there Is nothing so good as Chamber lain's Salve. While It is not advisable to heal old sores entirely, they should be kept In good condition, for which this salve is especially valuable. For sore nipples Chamberlain's Salve lias no superior. For . sale by nil druggists. all other costs of our brewing. eer 109-1'1 SOUTH FIRST STREET, National League. At St. Muils R. H. E. St. ImiIs .3 13 1 Brooklyn 6 14 1 Batteries: Karger and Grady; Pas lorlous and Ritter. At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 2 2 3 Boston 4 8 2 Batteries: Wicker, Livingston and Sfhlel: l.indaman and O'Neill. At Chicago r. h. E. Chicago 2 9 3 New York 5 8 1 Batteries: Rheulbuch auj Kling; McGlnnlty and Mowernuin. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Philadelphia 6 3 Pittsburg ' 12 2 Batteries: Duggleby, Roy and Ooo lii: Phllippl and Gibson. American League. At New York R. H. E. Cleveland .'. 9 0 New York u 7 6 Batteries: Joss and Bernis; Chese bro and McGuire. Second Game R. H. E. Cleveland 3 5 1 New York 2 8 2 Batteries: Rhoades and Beinis; Hogg, Clarkson and Kleinow. At Washington R. H. E. Chicago 9 1 Washington 4 10 4 Batteries: Walsh and Sullivy:i; Kit son, Patten and Heydon. Second game R. H. E. Chicago o 6 o Washington 3 10 1 Batteries: Altrock and Sullivan: Smith and Wakefield. At Detroit R. H. E. Detroit fi 7 t Boston 1 ?. 2 Batteries: Mttllins and Warner; Young and Armbrnster. At Phllaihdphla R. H. E. St. Louis 4 7 2 Philadelphia 0 3 4 Batteries: Howell and Rickey; Waddell, Dygert and Sehreck. American Association. At Kansas City Kansas City-Iuis-viile game postponed on account of rain. , At Milwaukee Toledo 1 Milwaukee 0 At St. Paul St. Paul 4 Indianapolis 0 At Minneapolis No game on ac count of wet mounds. W-ectern League. At Des Moines Game postponed ou account of wyf grounds. At Sioux City R. H. E. Sioux City ! 12 1 Lincoln 4 10 1 Batteries: Patterson an! Freeze; Jones and Zinran. Only on a Sipping Trip. Harry Joiner went to Columbus to spend the Fourth which proves again how far a bee will fly to sip the sweets from a favorite ft"wer. Puinesville. O., Telegraph. 9 Fa ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. fcpsnsjB mous. OFFICIAL MATTERS THREE MORE COMPANIES ORGAN IZE AND FILE INCORPORATION PAPERS. The following articles of incorpora tion have been filed In the office of J. W. Rnynolds, secretary of the ter ritory: The Michigan and New Mexico Min ing company, with principal place of business at Carrlzozo, Lincoln county. New Mexico. The object cf the com pany In the developing and operation of petroleum and natural gas wells, In addition to a general mining litisiness. Total authorized capital stock, $1,000. 00ft. divided Into shares of $1 each, of which $500,000 is subscrioed. The names of the incorporators and their Pstofflce addresses are: William A. Mclvfrs. Carrizozo, N. M.; Irving New ton. Chicago. III.; Henry L. Milden, Ishpeming. Mich.; Charles W. Jarvis; Ishpemlng, Mich., and Joseph Mitchell. Beason, Mien. The Western Slope Live Stock com pany, principal office at Aztec, San Juan county. New Mexico. The term of existence of this company Is fifty years, the total authorized capital ization is 100.noo shares, being at the par value of $1 eacn. The ocmpany will commence business with $2,000. The object Is to raise, buy and sell horses, sheep, cattle, m it tew. goats, hogs and other live stock; also to grow grain, hay. peas, beans, and other feed and forage crops. The iu rorporators and their addresses are: W. Golf Black, Aztec; Jchn H. Bane, Aztec; nenry T. Henry, -vztec. The Pecos Valley Immigration com pany. This company will buy and sell land for colonizlug 'purposes, and the piiuclpI office will be located at Carlsbad. Eddy county, New Mexico. The capital Is placed at $30,000, but ihe company will begin at $10,000. The Incorporators aie Charles' H. Mcltan then. Carlsbad. N. M.; Francis O. Tracy. Carlsbad. N. M.; William R. Allison, Carlsbad. N. M. Notary Public Appointed. The following have been appointed notaries public by Governor Hager tuau: Henry A. Canter. East Las Vegas, San Miguel county: James H. Hill, Albuquerque. Bernalillo county; John H. Teltltbaum, Tecolote. San Miguel county. The manager of one of the Boston ball teams lias gone to the seashore. Strange man. to go where there are even more lobsters. THE 1LX 'H Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement First and Marquette Communication Made Easy El Paso & Southwestern System Between the Great Southwest and Kansaa City, St. Louis. Chicago, and all points North and Eaat by the Rock Island System Shortest, quickest, therefor, the best. The only way with two th rou jr trains dally, carrying standard rnd tourist sleepers, obsrvatin j4n ing cars, chair cars and coaches. For any trip, anywhere, any tlm TAKE THE SOUTHWESTERN. For full particular see CARNETT KING General Agent. EL PASO. i Santa Fe Central SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY. Faut passenger and freight service. Steamship ticket to all part of the World. Connections at Torrance, N M with tbe El Paso A Southwestern, and Chicago. Bock Island ft Pacific Railways. At Kennedy anl Sa:a Fe. N. M., with the Atchison. Topeka ft Santa Fe railway. At Ssut Fe with the Denver ft Rio Grande railroad. Special attention given to handling of pienei -'! f-r'tM ' Send your freight via the Chicago, Rock Island Pm-U- 'all way, via Torrance, N. M. Your business respectfully solicited W. H. ANDREWS. Pres. an l Gen. Mgr. U FRANK f. J. P. LYNC. U City Frt. and Pass. Agt. GENERAL OFFICES Oev' ! SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN IF YOU WANT THE NEWS 0 0 MILITIA COMPANIES TO LEAVE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING OF AUGUST 3 FOR AUS TIN, TEXAS, IN SPECIAL TRAIN MORE RECRUITS ARE NEEDED Captain B. Ruppe, of Company . National guard, is in receipt of a" let ter from Adjutant Ceneral Tarklngron stating that Companies O and E will leave Albuquerque for the Austin. Texas, encampment at 8:30 o'clock on the morning of August 3. There are several vacancies in com pany G, especially in the culinary de partment, where two cooks are want ed' for the encampment, they to re celve all expenses and corporal's pay. Anyone desiring to enlist can gain full Information by applying to the cap tain of the company or at the armory In the Elks' building. INTERESTING EVENTS IN AMERICAN HISTORY The chief events which occurred on yesterday, today and tomorrow, in the past history cf this country, are: July 19 1779 Americans fortify West Point. 1810 The Kiirgr of Prussia, by decree, forbids American vessels enter ing his ports. 1845 Six million dollar fire in New York. S 1861 First overland coach from Cali fornia arrives in Kansas City, having made the trip in seven teen daya. 1864 President Lincoln call for 500, 000 volunteers. 1865 The government refuses to rec ognize Maximilian as Emperor of Mexico. July 20. 1628 The ballot used for the first time in America, in the election of John Wilson as pastor and teacher at Salem. 1783 Russia recognizes the independ ence of the United States. 1852 Obsequies of Henry Clay cele brated with much pomp; busi ness suspended in many cities. July 21 1587 Raleigh's second expedition of 117 men and women, arrives at Roanoke, but finding no colony, it returns to England. 1861 First battle of Bull Run; Fed eral army becomes panic stricken and retreats to Wash, ington. and Rex Flintkoie Roofing Albtfqoerqwe, New Mexico &ny agent, or addreaa V. R. STILL. Gea. Pui. Ajent. TEXAS. 2 Railvav System 8. B. JRJMSK A W Asst. to Pre ad Gen. ifr. D1BFRT, Asst. Secy, aal Trei A. I.. GRIMSHAW, Travelicg Frt. and Par- a at. 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