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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE FOUR. ' SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 190S. Tilt aUUfcRQUE ClTIZiiN Published Dally and Weekly. , fi) ; iu Citizen Publishing Company W. ft. STRICKLCR, F"emnul W. T. McCREIQHT, Dusiness Manager. PRINCIPLES OK CANDIDATES On September 26 the people's ticket was nominated and began 11a canvass for support. On October 18 three weeks later its platform was announced. Tersely, these 4 wo sentences express the history of the people's ticket to dale. To the discerning voter these facts will stand ut above all the gaudy furblwlilnjjs and blatant banners f "reform" with which the people's ticket Is being her alded. Aside from the excruciating ludicrnusntss of those incidents, what does a little logic reveal when brousht bear on the situation? 1. Who ever heard of a reform movement hclns 'organized, the ticket named, Us candidates nominated, rts money and heelers put into the field, twenty day be fore It platform was announced? 2. As everyone knows, the basis of a real reform movement must be reform sentiment not personal in terests; that the primary requisite Is the principle in volved not the candidates; the platform first its vo taries second. If any argument were needed to estab lish the fact that the people's ticket Is nothing more than an aggregation of office hunters, prostituting the name or reform with extravagant claims, this eleventh hour, announcement of its platform would seem to be conclusive. A ticket on which the candidates were nominated three weeks ahead of the platform will have some diffi culty in convincing the average voter that there was not a little something just a shade of a trace of something besides the overwhelming, heart-wrung desire for re form, that actuated these valorous patriots to rush pell melt before the people as candidates for lucrative offices. WHY 'NO CANDIDATE? " , And still' it Is a fart that the great and only organ of the great and only reform movement, headed by the 'great and only Jesus-Perfecto-Join nal combine, has tio head for its ticket; has no candidate for congress. It can't put up the name or Delegate Andrews, because it has abused that gentleman with a volubility and a ven.im which would put to shame the most gifted nshwife, and which false and villainous abuse has suppl e'd the cam paign attacks of such' democratic sheets as the Koswel.l Record and such democratic orators as Billy Bunker and O. A. Larrazolo. After these facts even the mornug Hopper would not h the hardihood to put up the name of Delegate An drews. On the other hand, it dare not put up the name of Candidate Irrasolo, having in restraint the fear ot this city's indignation. The people of this city are not ingrates of the Journal type. They appreciate i he fait h fulness. the ability and the success which marked the first session of Delegate Andrews in congress, and they realise that any defection from him in Albuquerque, above all other places in New Mexico, would be tiio most utterly without excuse. No, the morning turn-coat doesn't flare put up the name of Larrazolo. In this way the so-catk-d peoples ticket has no candidate for congress. LETTER WORTH HAVING Some of the democratic papers and speakers, follow ing the filthy trail of the morning Democrat-Journal, have recently "been rehashing the long since exposed lies ot that paper concerning Delegate Andrews. No better answer need be given to these yowters than the ... . . . . , ,f . ... . . . 1 Dnlca nniKTPnm;. following lener iruin nun. .mwui uuico, ' tnsn from Pennsylvania and member of the house com mittee en naval affairs. The letter speaks for itself: Hon. W. H.Andrews, Sauta re. New Mexico. My Dear Mr. Andrews Accept my hearty congrat ulations at your renominatlou, and I ulso thank you for your courtesy In sending me the newspaper enclosing , your speech and the account of the convention. I an deligJjted that the people of New Mexico have thus endorsed your good work at the last session of congress, and I feel confident that n: man within the borders o'f New Mexico can do more for the entire people than you at Washington. 1 With my kindest personal regards. Very truly yours, ARTHUR 1- BATES. The Hubbell mania had so struck in on the morn ing paper that it has been led to speak well of former Governor M. A. Otero, of whom but a little while ago there was no word in that paper's extensive vocabulary wf billingsgate sufficiently derogatory and abusive to meet the demands of the governor's alleged Infamy in wrong doing. Willi grave pomposity the, Morning Journal brands C. IS. Newcomer as a "controlled man, a tool or boss Ism. Headers of the unconvincing harangue against Mr. Newcomer's record were probably impressed with the Journal's modesty In omitting any reference whatever to Mr. Newcomer's opponent, John Heaven, Every man convirsant with the real situation knows that if there Is one candidate, in the present contest more strictly bound by the strinps of bosslsm than any other, that man Is John He.ivcn. and that the ni:tive which Im pelled his "boss" to fertile his nomination was neither In the Interests of Mr. Heaven nor of 'he democratic party. To watch the amirs of the Journal In denouncing Mr. Newcomer as a tod of bjsslsm, while supporting Mr. Heaven t.s an ndvornte of refoim, Is sufficient to ctuse even tlir? "loyal democratic following" to smile. O0XX0O0X)00X)CK)XX(X00XX x; CAMPAIGN SONG MADE FOR LOCAL USE AT THIS TIME X (For the Democrats.) 0000X00XXXXXXX0000aX I m a Jolly democrat, yo ho! A jolly democrat, And Marron is my boss, yo ho! There is no doubt of that. A wise man Marron is, and great, With him we trust the party's fate. To him all things we consecrate. Democracy stands pat. I am a democrat, yo ho! A jolly democrat; I'm going to Join the bolters' nine. With Marron at the bat. We're free from care. We'll win our share, Confidence is In the air. With Marron at the bat. I am a democrat, um hum, A thoughtful democrat I'm told to root for a fusion nine, Wli h 'one democrat to bat. It was a solar plexus blow. It wasn't the boss's fault, 1 know, They sny some bank would like the dough; What do they mean by that? The Morning Journal convicts Professor Miller ot the nefarloua crime of attending republican primaries. The extent to which this charge will embarrass Mr. Miller Is no doubt a matter of grave concern to his friends. While attendance at primaries for the purpose of representing one's sentiment by his vote Is not gen erally Interpreted as a grave misdemeanor, much polit al capital will no doubt be made out of the fact by the people's ticket, In view of the well known principles "f Professor Stroup, Mr. Miller's opponent, who "never did do no uech a thing." 00000CCKC0XK0 i VALUE OF TIME AS WELL g TAUGHT BY 13. FRANKLIN 0000rV0OOd000 A London financier has lost a fortune through miss ing a train by a fraction of a minute. A Nebraska man has lost a bride from the same cause. 'The young wom an declared that she would rather remain single than be worried. all Ikt life by a man so slow as to be lato at his own wedding. Many another, through slight care lessness In keeping an appointment, has seen the op portunity of a lifetime slip away. As cents are to do! lars so are minutes to hours, and the saving of lxth I an absolute necessity for the attainment of success. "Dost thou love life? Then do not squander time, for that Is the stuff life Is made of." Benjamin Frank lin, who said this, not only understood the value of time, but ho put a price on It that made others appre ciate its worth. A customer who came one day to FranRlln's little bookstore in Philadelphia, not being satisfied with the price demanded by the clerk for a book he wanted, demanded to see the proprietor. The clerk pleaded that Mr. Franklin was very busy In the press room, but the customer Insisted, and Franklin, summoned, hurried out. "What is the lowest price you will take for this book, air?" asked the leisurely customer. "One dollar and a quarter." was the prompt reply. "What? Why your clerk asked me only a dollar Just now!" ' "True," said franklin, "and I could better afforded to take a dollar than to leave my work." The customer thought him joking. "Come, now," he said, laughing, "your lowest price for this book." "One dollar and a half." "Why, man, you just said a dollar and a quarter!" "Yes, and I could better have taken that than a dollar and a half now." The purcnaaar paid the higher price. At that, he had lenrned cheaply from the greatest philosopher of his day not only that he who squanders his own time is foolish, but that he who wastes the time of others Is a thief. This busy world does not wait for laggards. Suc cess will meet no man half way unless he Is on time. The habit of promptness is a priceless possession. New Mexican: In Albuquerque they are betting odds that the majority of Delegate W. H. Andrews on November C next, will be 12.000 and over. The New Mexican is hot of a btfing turn of mind, but must ac knom ledge that straws like the above show clearly which way the wind blows. A few weeks ago this paper figured a majority of about ti.OOtt for Delegate Andrews ext election day. Since then the tide has turned s-.i strongly towards the republican candidate and so many well meaning democratic voters who desire to benefit the territory and Its beat interests will cast their ballots for Mr. Andrews on election day, that this paper is com pelled perforce to Increase largely its estimate of the majority Mr. Andrews will receive. So niof; it be. THE JAFFA Grocery Comp'y. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOPOOOOOOOOO 2 ' . ' o o 41 Good Things to Eat' FRESH OYSTERS We are now handling fresh oysters, pceivliu? them direct from the oys-'er beds packed in sealed cans. Order your oysters and get .TM12 OYSTEKS WITH THE. PKKFECT OYSTER FLAVOR DRESSED POULTRY. On Shi unlay we will receive a shipment of DRESSED TURKEYS. DRESSED DUCKS. DRESSED SPRING CHIX. DRESSED HAMS, and from then on will receive a shipment of dressed poultry every week. 1 ' The poultry Is from the same shipper from whom we have been receiving poultry for years and we can guarantee It as fine as any grown in Kan sas. Place your orders now and re ceive the pick of the stock. Prices guaranteed. NOW IN NEW MAPLE SYRUP, NEW PANCAKE FLOUR. NEW BUCKWHEAT FLOUR. (old fashioned kind) NEW DATES. NEW FIGS. NEW WALNUTS. NEW ALMONDS. o &sviA wiM M X'h O $$ o pfXiEAGoorj o o Young Men's Overcoats $10 to $20 Young Men s Suits - 10 to 20 Children's Overcoats $5.00 to $10 Children's Suits - $3.50 to $8.00 Men's and Boy's Sweaters 75c to $5 Men's and Boy's Hats and Caps - . 25c to $6.00 UNDERWEAR-$1.00 to $8.00 per Suit S H O jT S mmmm Nettleton Fine Shoes $5.00 to $6.00, Forbush $3.50 to $4.00 BOY'S SHOES BOY'S CAPS oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo o o o Q o o Q a Q m o BMttlSWtMlMHMW Jaffa Grocery Co. "Good Things to Fat" MAIL ORDERS FILLED THE SAME DAY "HEY ARE RECEIVED. C. H. CARNES, O. D. Scientific Optician IF U R N IT U RE FURNITURE jjj O Ml "1 i (0) 1 1 ;il O fl U t7&a lin ra iliiisii EYES TESTED FREE CORRECT FIT GUARANTEED 114 Railroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M. If K. A. Hulibell, is luiiuiii ii i- iflli now, bei-aiuse a; elmirmun of (he county ri'imljlii an reniral enminiltee ho endosen the repulilicau eoiiniy ihkti mid Rives lii Ie8l labors lo its HiiceesK, an the nun iilnn paper inei-s-fcantly auserts, then the same Mr. liiiblx ll, in the Hime rapacity of county eliairnmii, whs mnnitii; fur office IhkI .prin( In the city election, (or he endors M the city fu Kiou ticket at that time and laboied for its Kiici-tts. It will he remembered that an opposition ticket was put in the field against the fusion ticket. Hut It may not be iuulaa to recall the fai t that the mornitiK paper worked for the fuaion ticket bide by side with Mr. Mubbcll and fought furiously against many of the very same people who r now Its chief following In the, idiotic cry ot HublK-llltilll. The UK'rtiiriK paper made an almost pitiable, floun der this morning to escape the Hood of exposure con tained in the statistical table of county finances pub lished by The Citizen. Having absolutely nothinK to say in rebuttal of the fact that the so-called reform c unity administration during the last two years was shown, by figures that could not be refuted, to have been more -travanaiit than any republican administration during the preceding eight years, 1 lie poor, exposed morning charlatan began to whine and whimM-r about reflections tst upon Mayor MeKce and the city government. City x peases have nothing to do with this case. They were Riven merely as part of the general statistics. The point which the statistics made as clear as a sunbeam was thai the much vaunted county government under the reformers had cost the. taxpayers more money than any republican "ltd ministration had cott. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXK000X)OOOt FINE TRIBUTE PAID TO S EMPRESS OF GERMANY g 000000XC00 A spectacular figure in the affairs of tho world, 'he German emperor is a doer as well as a poseur. He has the welfare of his people at heart. Hut the prestige of his empire Is" dearer to him, for Kmperor William's rul ing passion Is ambition. The glory of the greatest achievement accomplish ed during his reign, however, bids fair to be accorded to hU wile, the mild and gentle lndy who meekly agrees with her lord that a woman's sphere of endeavor is em braced in the affairs of children, church and kitchen. This woman set herself the task of making war on tuberculosis. These many years she has been steadlast in her attention to the cause. She has pleaded In Feu-, son and out of sason into the sympathetic ear of her husband for the encouragement of scientific research ti tiding to eliminate the disease or to check us alarming spread, and she lias argued lo excellent effect before other auiiitors. itetuins from the (jerman National Tuberculosis congress must be Indeed gratifying to her. The reports fiom this congress show a di crease in deaths trorn tuberculosis since lhi.1 of UK per cent, tit the persons treated in the different sanatoria 31 P'r cent have been restored to health. I'nder the workman's insurant act i.i I'.nij Z Individuals were treated at the different sanatoria. More than nine million tlo'lars have been spent since 19U1 by the Cerman insurance cum panics In lighting the plague. This expenditure in cluded the building of twenty-six sanut-.Tiu for adults and ten for childieii. The empress continually urged the Insurance com panies to this action, and they are general la according to her Inlliieuce and untiring zeal the results attained. The soldiers of the emperor may subjugate a foreign power, compel favorable Hade relations, bring death or wounds t, u.icoii'ileil fi How bum ins. but those who take the commands of the empress foster the spirit of human ity ami work under it ,, banner of mercy. They do not acie t i he f.iei that Kipling expressed in sarcasm w hen he said that the cheapest commodity in the world is hitman life. This woman, in spite of her great rank, unobiiiihiw in all things els,-, is valiant in this most prodigious battle agalnM ihe most powerful and inslili ous foe of the human race. Augusta Vlc'oria may well be called great. She hus diverted her dauntless wom an's will to do the dictates of her great woman's lieari. and tlie strength she has brought to the work Is mag nitlcent. it doe.; not seem to be In nature, however, t shower honors upon the gentle who are strong. The magnitude of a hero's fame Is usually measured by his success in attaining advantage at the cost of human life. Dujuth Tribune. B.K. ADAMS THE BEST IN TOWN Funeral director and Licensed EmbatiM PL..., Automatic - tax r nones Calarmtla. Blk 303 Corner Fifth and Railroad Avanue 3 Per Gallon - $.50 Special Ftice on Large Orders Delivered to any part of the city LOUDON'S JERSEY FARM I "NOT GUILTY" INSTRUC TION IN BASS CASE Alter the testimony of seven wit nesses In the case of C. I'. Bass. chnrg"d with violating thu statute with icgai d tu the practice- of medi cine without a license, Judge Abbott this afternoon directed thu lury to return a verdict of not guilty. The acquittal of Bass is perhaps due t; the failure ot the prosecution to establish that he . received com pensation for treating tubercular pa tlncnts with a preparation advertised as "l'ulmoline." Massage in used in the treatment, which involves rulr bing the preparation into the pores of the skin on the cheat and bacK of the patient. Mass eame to Albuquerque from Knoxulle, Tenn., last September and opened offices ojer the lllckok & Maynard jewelry store, where he treated patients, acording to tho tes timony, without cost. Among tho witnesses were Kev. J. W. T. Nell, pastor or the Kirst Bap tist church, Dr. O. U MeLauders and lr. (!. . Harrison. The .physicians are officers of the territorial board of health and it was upon their informa tion the indictments were returned. Executive Clemency Recommended. lose Moya, charged with unlawfully drawing and shooting a pistol, was found guilty by a jui yof his pers wh.ch heard thf case. The jury re commended executive clemency in view of the circumstances, which it thought extenuating. N'w Cases Filed. Atiorney Felix H. Lester has Hied three new cases in the district court. Tliev are: Mcintosh Hardware com pany vs. Henry J. farmer. . M. W. r'louim y, Sam I'lcard. Blanche M. (latchel mid Clara Tascher. Fore closure of mechanic's lieu on a house f'ituaied In the Highlands. l-im st Meyers vs. John Lewis;' an aeiion on acount for goods had and l eceh ed. Spnoner & Kyau vs. ). N. Matron. Wallace Hesseldeli. C. Carnahan. ('. A. Whitten and Sara Whittcn. be ing an action to foreclose a mechan ic's lien on a house on lot i. block lfi, New Mexico Town company's addl i ion. At'oniev H F. Huvnolds brings suit on betniif of M. W. Flournoy, trustee, and Clara Tascher, against II. J. Farmer and Zena Farmer, to foreclose a deed of trust. The uuiouut involved is H.SOlT. THE CELEBRATED O. F. O. WHISKEY Bottled In Bond. TheGeo.T.StaggCo. Distillers. FRANKFORT, KY. MEMNI & EAKIN Sole Agents. Albuquerque, N. M. Automatic Phone. 109. Phone Colo. Red 92. Illinois Central R.R.You 'can cite a number the short line of instances in your experi- FROM COLORADO To St. Paul, Minneapolis, Ouluth AND THE NORTHWEST. the south and southeast. Ticket Office, 805 eventeenth Denver, Colo. Phone, Main 1125. JAMES CULTON, Commercial Agt St., COAL BEST CLARKVILLE LUMP PER TON $6.50 BEST AMERICAN BLOCK PER TON $6.50 WOOD BIG LOAD OF MILL WOOD FOR $2.25 AND $2.75 Jd i J. Ecsven 502 SOUTH FIRST STREET. ONE NiGHl -To- . j CHICAGO, MINNEAPOLIS, j ST. PAUL, FORT DODGE, ; WATERLOO, DUBUQUE, GALENA, FREEFORT, ROCKFORD. ! ence where a merchant, starting; on a small scale, became a marked success in a few years. He started within his means, each year he kept adding a little to his stock until finally he had the larg est and best store in town. A bank account grows in t he tame way. You can start with a smaii amount, add to it from time to time, Just what you can spare, (it's a good plan to deposit regu larly, and you will find thnt your account will grow more than you had txpected. THE BANK OF COMMERCE ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO JUST RECEIVED The finest train ' service .to the above ch lon Gr and Meat Market tin n q- n n tn flw llrtpiiTiR Mem- - - ' . phis, VlcksbuTG, Evansville, Ind.; Nashville. Tenn.; Atlanta, Ga.; Jack-, i8:nv'.lle, Fla., and all other points In best o- RAILROAD TIME TABLE Cor. Seventh and Tijeras A choice line of Imported Goods Hi red from Italy. I THE BEST LUCCA OLIVE OIL. Remember, we handle tr.e meats and a full line of choice cerles. I LOMMORI A MATTEUCCI. (In We Keep it Up COUNTY FAIR. Program for "The Country Fair." t be held at the Presbyterian churcn Thursday evening. October 7 : 3u Fair opens. Chairman of home rooking dcpait lueut Mrs. Helsey linker. Chairman of garden and farm prod uct Mis. Jane (jreeubough. Chairman of refreshment commit teeMrs. Mahahey (ioodcook. 8 o'clock Haby show. Prl.e for nicest dressed baiiy. Prize f r pret tiest baby. 8:311 Sack nice. Prize. :m Prize awanled to handsomest man. 9:30 Prize awarded to the lady wearing the oldest fashioned costume. No admission charged. effect July 1. 1906.) Eastbound. 'o. 2 Atlantic Express, arrives a. in., departs 8:25 a. m. No. 4 Chicago Limited, arrives li:Bf .We keep the quality ot our brraa p. in., departs W:0 a. m. t th highest. This is possible No. 8. Chicago & Kansa City Ei y , . 6 press, arrives 6:45 p. m-, departt by using 7,40 p'm" westbound. ! The Best Flour, ! No. 1, California Express, arrives 7:S Tke Je8t Labor, p. ro., departs :i p. m. i , M , No. 8. California Limited, arrives ; 1 he Beat Methods, 11:05 a. ui.. departs 11:25 a. m. I f . , No. 7, Mexico & California Express not only in mixing and baking, but arrives 12:05 p. in., departs also jn taking care of and selling P lU Southbound. 1 the bread. If you want the best No. 27 El Paso train, departs at 12:35 ! you'H have to use Balling's Bread. Local freight train, No. 98, south bound, departs at 5 a. in., and car ries passengers. Arrives From South. No. 22, Mexico Express, arrives 7:j a. m. No. 1 runs direct to Los Angeles. No. 7 runs direct to San Francisco. No. 3 runs direct to Los Angeles and San Francisco. All trains dally. T. E. PUItDT. Agent. PIONEER BAKERY, MOT BOUTM riRBT BTBCtT. IHE ELITE ROOMING HOUSE NEAR POSTOFFICC AND DEPOT No. 118 West Silver Avenue. U. E. GALLOWAY, Manager.