Newspaper Page Text
tiksiat, rEimuAnx it, iw.
PAOK FOTTW ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Dally and Weekl. Bv The Citizen Publishing Company Vi. 8. BTHICRLKll, President V. T. McCKKItillT, Business Manager. TIME FOR ACTION The Citizen tvould again emphasise the fact that othlnlg can be recured for Albuquerque or Uernallllo county by a system of bull-headed opposition to the re publican majority In the legislature. And less can be secured if it were possible to have less than nothing by an Idiotic system of blackguarding those who control legislation. It Is time that the business people, the tax-pnylng people, the people who have the most to make In any benefit this county may receive or the most to lose In ny needed legislation which the county may fall to btaln It Is time for these to make their demand known. Let the eanut politicians continue their block kead demonstrations of Incompetency. Let those who could leave the city today by simply putting their hart on, and whose only assets as far as Albuquerque Is concerned are an exhaustless Bupply of hot air let these go on in their maniacal mouthlngs of abuse to everything republican and of the legislature In particular. Prob ably nothing else can be expected of them. But th? men who have made Albuquerque what It Is, the men who are now earnestly and actively building up the city not by wind-Jamming, but by active Investments and labors these men should take the situation In hand, and save the city and county from Impending loss. What Is the district attorney's bill to us 7 What do we care as to who shall fill that offlee to other districts? Why shall our representatives In the legislature, by op posing the will of the majority in this matter, render themselves useless In the legislature and prevent them selves from getting any desired legislation In other mat ters? There Is no doubt that the people of the territory desire the election of district attorneys they desire it by an overwhelming majority. The only point at Issue is whether until such election takes place, the district attorneys for one more term shall be appointed by the legislative councils or by the governor. What differ ence does it make to us, which of these plans shall be adopted? ' There are many other things In which wo are vastlty more Interested. The majority In the legis lature wants the council to appoint them. Why should our councilman oppose it? He cannot bring the others ver to him. Then, let him go to the others. No doubt his wishes In that case as to the attorney for this dis trict would be more than willingly conceded. But ov'ir and above that, the harmony having been restored be tween the legislators from this county and their fellow republicans from the other counties, Bernalillo, the richest county In New Mexico, would receive the con sideration which is her due. For the foregoing reasons The Citizen very strongly urges that the real business backbone and foundation Institutions and Individuals of this city let their wishes be known at once and emphatically to Councilman Sulzer and his associates from this county In the legl.' tative house. WARNING TO MOTHERS Napoleon was right when he said the greatest need f France' was mothers. Everywhere and always the greatest need of the world Is mothers. If Evelyn Thaw had only had a real mother! What sort of a woman was this Mrs. Holman, who permit te J ker daughter to go to the rooms of Stanford White and permitted him and those like him to make expensive present to her daughter? The girl was young. She did not know. But the mother knew the world and "t ways. She knew! And at the very juncture when the girl needed to have a mother's advice and a mother's protection, this Mrs. Holman left the city, virtually turned her own flesh and blood over to the rapacloiu purposes of a burly libertine. It Is pitiful to note how on the witness stand the daughter tried to shield her mother. ' 'The woman of twenty-two .remembered how six years' ago the gaunt wolf of poverty haunted the door of the little city flat, and remembering the stress of those days, tried to put the .mantle of charity over the character of the mother who bore her. But the world sees and does not forgive, The world understands how It Is that this mother the one woman In the case whom the law cannot reach Is the really great criminal of the whole tragic affair. - It was Mrs. Holman, the so-called mother, who failed to defend her young. It was she who brought sorrow and blood guiltiness and shame, because she was not a real mother. The warning comes to every mother who has brought a woman child Into the world take close care "of the little Iannis of your home. For there U mora than one Evelyn Thaw case! Do you know where your daughter goes and with whom she goes? Do you know her whereabouts by day and by night? Does yoitr glri .feel that always there Is with her a mother's protection "and a mother's advice? Does she tell ycu this slip of a girl on the verge of womanhood everything that hap pens to her? Do you hold her close by the cord of love? Is her mother her confident, her chum? If so, your heart will not be broken and your home made des olate by the waywardness of your own child. Surely the great need of the world Is mothers not Mrs. Holmans, but mothers. ' Henry Clews: A good deal of interest was created In financial circles by Senator Aldrlch's currency bill, which provides' that the secretary of the treasury may Issue gold certificates In denominations of less than $10 when the gold reserve falls below $100,000,000. Also to issue United States notes of small denominations when ever silver certificates of that class are Insufficient to meet the public demand. Another provision was the removal of the Injunction against depositing in tho banks receipts from customs revenue; and still another, that bank circulation may be retired to the amount of S, 000, 000 per month. Instead of $3,000,000. None of these provisions will effect at the present time any im portant relief in the money market or the credit situa tion, although the Increase In supply of small notes may be helpful In retail transactions. Fe) by men who have anything but the good of the re publican party and the benefit of ths people at heart. It looks that way. These things will come to light sooner or later, and then there will be fun. The Phoenix Republican, successor to the former Arizona Kicker, commenting upon the Illustration us1 by The Citizen that to be a Judge of teachers no mora requires experience as a teacher than to be a Judge of horses requires experience as a horse, says: "This llni of reasoning leads us to add that to judge of the proper qualifications of a superintendent It Is not necessa'V that the Judge should be an ass." The addition made by the Republican Is both true and Important; for were Its reverse true, tho Republican writer would be the most expert Judge of school superintendents In the southwest. Five women were elected as county treasurers In Idaho recently. Show this to your husband if he re fuses to hand over the pay envelope. Uncle Sam has decided to have two Instead of one battleship of the Dreadnaught or "Skecred o' Nothln' ' type. They will throw a scare Into us, will they? ooooocxoooooooooooooooooooooo INTIMATE RELATION OF BRAIN AND COLD FEET X00O0XKCKX)O0X)OOO0OOO0XXXA Dou you care to perpetuate your youth? Do you desire to cheat the chloroform brigade of Osier? Do you fear disease, weakness, breakdowns and other Ills? Do you wish to keep your nerves In tune, your body strong, your brain healthy and alive? If you do, Just walk on your toes. Perhaps you think this a Joke, but, friend, it is as true as truth Itself. Life Is brain, and brain is life. A man without a mind Is like a clock without works. The brain Is posted high In the watch-tower of man's anatomy. It controls sight, hearing all the senses. How does brain keep up the pace? Reason an swers, "food and rest." Oxygen In good red blood is the food. The blood flowing about the good red brain centers keeps them alive. The brain works only while It feeds. When the blood is withdrawn from the feeding centers the brain rests. Then man sleeps. When 'the brain refuses to rest man dreams. When It Is over-active man Is plunged Into 'the throes of Insomnia. It Is dreams and sleep lessness that cause old age and weakness. Those same vltatlng dreams and the racking In somonia are the result of an overabundant supply of blood In the brain. How can this blood be withdrawn? Custom has paid "by eating tefore retiring." This draw's trta blood to the Btomach. The brain then rests, but the stomach works overtime. The stomach must have a regular stomach's working day and resting time or it will break, down Here is where the usefullncss of the toes comes in. You may heretofore have considered your tocB about as useless as your vermiform appendix. You were mistaken. The circulation In man's extremities has been reduced by abuse. "Cold feet" is such a common complaint that the phrase has become figura tive. Man has relegated himself to the flat-foot class. He seeks the least exertlve way of walking and steps on his heels. This has led to the Invention of thl hot flat-iron, the soapstone and the hot-water bottle as bedfellows. Toes were made to walk with. Toes, when prop erly used, draw the blood from the brain and permit It to rest. Try It. Rise to your toes every step you take. Make use of the ball of your foot. Take a brisk walk before retiring. If you suffer from dreams or Insomnia, exercise by rising to your toes.' The blood will leave your brain. You will not have cold feet. Your sleep will be regular and undis turbed, and your brain will thank you by putting a new vigor Into your life. 00060000000XXX00X500 SOME FARCES IN CONNECTION WITH ELECTIONS IN RUSSIA ? OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCXXXJOOOOO It is far from certain that Russia will not be fortunate If the government wins a majority In the next douma. Of two evils, the less Is to be hoped for, and to many It seems that the greater need of the Russians la to be saved from themselves. It Is probable, however, from the known results of the election that If the government has a majority, it will be small, while it Is generally believed that if the radicals and constitutional democrats dominate they will be even more extreme in their demands than in the flrt douma, and that dissolution will promptly follow. , i i ' . 1 I . 1 1 LA wuuiu ue muL uiilui lunuie, pruiuuBiuts i"c present national agony through more years and bring ing only added misery and distress. If, however, the government controls, still it mu.-it grant very material rights and place In the hands of the people greater powers. These Inevitably will be Increased as the people learn to use them, and a con stitutional monarchy will come in the reasonably near future, with as rapid a transfer of powers as la safe or wise. Opposed are the university following, those of the professions, the student classes, the skilled workmen and the great mass of the peasantry, who, if there were a free and fair ballot, would win overwhelmingly. But every means has been used to restrict the vote. Only householders, which means one of a family, may cast a ballot. In one district 60,000 peasants of the smaller class were disfranchised. In the cities only one workman to a room can vote, and all rail road employes are refused the franchise. So it Is that the bureaucracy hopes to win. But even so Its success will be the continuing of its own downfall, but It may come through law Instead of chaos. Duluth News Tribune. INTERESTING NEWS FROMSANTA FE (Continued from Page One.) chattel mortgages, was referred to the Judiciary committee. House bill No. 102, Introduced by Holt, an act to authorize the board of regents of the Agricultural college to lease to the International commit tee of the Y. M. C. A. one acre of ground belonging to the territory for the purposes of the association. This bill passed the house. House bill No. 103, an act to pro hibit expectoration upon the side walks of any city, town or village, and for the fumigating of rooms oc cupied by tubercular persons, was In troduced by Holt and referred to the committee on territorial affairs. House bill No. 104, introduced by Holt, being an act relative to the cut ting of timber on school sections. House Joint resolution No. 6, pro viding for the turning over to the na tional government by the territory of the old governor's Palace at Santa Fe for a national monument and a home for the American School of Archaeology, was read by the chief clerk. This resolution passed the house. Mr. Baca, who Introduced house bill No. 17, to give to the city of Santa Fe for a city hall the Old Palace, withdrew his bill in order to support this resolution.. : Abbott of Colfax county, who Introduced house bill No. 89, to maintain the Old Palace as a territorial monument, also withdrew his bill and supported this resolution. The unti-icpubllcan organ of this city is very In dignant that Its representative was kicked out of the legislative house yesterday. It even charges the mem bers of the legislature with lying when they assertsd that the Journal's representative "has persistently made Inaccurate and untruthful reports." Where the lying really Is, can easily be located by the fact that the paper has never yet retracted Its representative's assertion that Mr. Holt had been turned out of the district at torneyship for generul Incompetency, when he had never been removed, never asked to resign, never ceased io hold the olllce. Daily Optic: The result of the Vole on the que? tlon of county division, uniting the towns and better service on the Hot Springs branch of the Santa Fe, indi cates that those who voted, and they represent a larg majority of the most Intelligent people on both sides of the river, are practically all In favor of uniting th-i towns. It is now up to the men who aspire to be leaders to make a sincere effort to bring about the desired re suit. If they do not, there will be a decided demand for new blood In the old role of Moses, In this neck of th woods. The morning antl-republlcan organ was complaining but recently about the supply of lemons running short It no doubt has changed Its mind on that partlcula shortage, since the legislature yesterday handed it such a large and sour one. New Mexican: It is reported that rabid copperhead editorials in the Albuquerque Fakir Journal, In the Iln wi.il demoi-ratlo daily sheet and democratlo weeklies generally, are prepared and written In this city (Sant 000000XCK&0X500XC000OCO SHALL WOMEN OF THIS LAND 8 RETURN TO FAINTING STAGE? $ OCKCK000SOOOOC The fainting woman revived! Again the lily-stemmed, princess-gowned figures of the e ighteenth century that swayed with no more strenuous exercise than a languid minuet, and swoon ed at the mere mention of a wholesome dinner! For the fashionable New York modistes have de creed the wasp waist for 1907. Wasp waists mean liver-splitting, stomach crushing, kidney-displacing corsets to press out reluctant adi pose into long, slender, macuronl-like lines. Imagine the twentieth century woman at her favor ite golfing in these steel torture-viaes. Why, the links would have to be patrolled with ambulances picking up the faints! What availeth the American woman that forsook the pinching, paperweight shoe of a decade ago for a foot-fitting No. 5 calfskin, and abandoned the grace ful, trailing, bacteria-collecting gown for the short.V sanitary walking skirt, if she's going to apply Chinese crippling methods to her breathing and digestive ap paratus? Thte Anuiiran woman enjoys her emancipation from barbarism too much to allow even a fashion graft er to lead her back. Of course, some women are cast by nature for the wasp wulsted princess gown role, and they will undoubtedly affect it. So will a few blind Idolaters of the god of modes, who would suffer tho spiked garb of the Yungfrau herself If ho willed it, and com- plainingly pay the doctor bills. JHiJ the woman bless ed with an average amount of gray mutter and enough fatty tissue to insulate her nervous system will do just as she did last year puss the princess and princess- preparing corset by. Proceedings of Uie Council Feb. 19. The council met this morning at 10 o'clock. Governor's veto message No. 2, with reference to council bill No. 2, an act to provide for the filling of vacancies in county offices by boards of county commissioners, was report ed by the committee on rules, wltn a recommendation that It be referred to the proper committee; and the message was referred to the commit tee on territorial affairs, after being read. In his message the governor stated that he opposed the passage of council bill No. 2 because he thought that considerable confusion i might arise if there was a vacancy In the board of county commissioners and the remaining two members were of opposite political views and the power to Mil such vacancies was left in their hands. He therefore refused to sign the bill. The report of the committee on rules regarding veto message No. 2 was adopted by a vote of seven ayes, four nays. Those vot ing aye were: Martinez, Mlera, Rich ards, Spless, Dulles, Murray and Stockton. Voting no, Duncan, Chavez Sulzer and Sargent. Martinez Introduced council peti tion No. 5, asking for the repeal of section 4, chapter 27, school laws of 1905, giving the county superintend ents tho power to grant temporary teachers' certificates to school teach ers. Referred to committee on edu cation. Council petition No. 6 was sent to the desk of the president by Mr. Dal ies. It was from the grand Jury of the county of Torrance, and stated that they favored the location of the county seat at Wlilard in preference to Estancla because Wlilard was more centrally located. ( Council bill No. 61, by Martinez, to repeal chapter 2 ,of the, laws of 1901, with reference to the filling of va cancies In county offices. This bill provides that all Vacancies In county offices Bhall be filled by the board of county commissioners, with the ex ception of vacancies in the board of county commissioners, which shall be filled as at present, by the governor. This bill passed the council by a vote of 10 ayes, to 1 no; Mr. Cameron be ing absent. Duncan voted no. The committee On corporations, Mr. Chavez, chairman, reported favorably council bill No. 39, with relation to the construction of sidewalks in cities, towns and villages. The bill passed the council. ' The council then went Into com mittee of the whole to consider coun cil bill No. 33, known as the tax bill. My Ho Barred from Council, The action of the house yesterday In barring from its floor and galleries the present representative of the Morning Journal in Santa Fe, was not unexpected. It Is currently reportea here that if the sensational, mislead ing and untrue reports concerning the present assembly continue io oe puu llshed In the Morning Journal by their present correspondent, he may also be barred from the floor and galleries of the council. IJiU-st Tilings lono Todny. The house is la. session this after noon. A numDer or uiu "iu duced. Walters introduced house bill No. 106, for the inspection of bees. Holt Introduced house bill No. 106, an act relative to fees or proDaie clerks for filing papers, etc The principal bill was No. liw c-y the committee on eaucauon, nu-.i has for Its object the revision oi me school laws of New Mexico. Baca Introduced a bill for an aaai- tlon to the capltol. Beach introduced a bill lor me reg ulation of fees of Justice of peace and constables. The house will todny pass nouse bill 39, changrng the time of election of Justices of the peace to the general election of counties. The Charm of Simplicity. Is getting to be more and more ap preciated by those who pride them selves on the beauty and comfort of their homes. Therefore, In furnish ing your parlor do not be misled by any display of over embellished fur niture, but select the styles which Bhow that simplicity of elegance which marks the truly artistic. Ruggs, Ranges, Furniture. F. H. STRONG Strong Block i Corner O 1 1 Copper Linoleum The Advice of Wisdom prompts purchases of ruga and car pets here. It's easy to tell you that, perhaps harder to prove. Our only object In Inserting this ad. is to get you to call her and put us to any reasonable test as to rug value any floor covering you to be the judge as to designs and figures selling fig ures, we mean. Axminster, Velvet, Smyrna or Body Brussels. WILLIAM MclNTOSH, President I : SOLOMON LUNA, VIce-Preridest For the Best Line of T. C. NEAD, Tressarer and Maaager In Albuquerque See Ours MclNTOSH HARDWARE CO. BARBER GE0R6E HARRIS CHARGED WITH LARCENY A warrant was issued from Judge Craig's court this afternoon and placed In the hands of Constable James Smith, calling for the arrest of George Harris, a barber conduct ing a shop on North Third Btreet. The warrant charges that Harris en tered the house of H. T. McKlnney, In Hell canyon, and carried away from It and a mill nearby property valued at $50. The offense was com mitted but a few days ago. "Suffered day and night the tor ment of itching piles. Nothing help ed me until I used Doan's Ointment. It cured me permanently." Hon. John R. Garrett, Mayor, Glrard, Ala. J. D. Kakln, President. O. Oloml, Vice President. Cbaa. Mellnl, Secretary O. Bachechl, TreMtrer. Consolidated Liquor Company T TCi-ii i Successors to MELINI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A GIOMI. , WMOLKStALK DmALKRSi tN Wines, Liquors and Cigars Wo koop everything In stock to outfit tho most fastidious bar oomploto Have been appointed exclusive agents In the 8outhwest for Joe. SchllU, Wm. Lamp and 8t Louis A. B. C. Breweries; Yellowstone, Green River, W. H. McBrayer'a Cedar Brook, Louie Hunter, T.J. Mon arch, and other standard brands of whiskies too numerous to mention. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. But sell the straight article as received by us from the beet laerles, DlBtUlerles and Breweries In the United Stat e. Call and inspect ov Stock and Prices, or write tor Illustrated Catalogue and Price List, Issued to dealers only. The Ladies' Auxiliary of the B. of L. E., will give their eleventh an nual ball at Colombo hall, February 22. Music furnished by Ellis' arches tra. Tickets, 11.00. I Harsh physics react, weaken the bowels, cause chronic constitpatlon. Doan's Regulets operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. Ask your druggist for them. P. Matteucci E X PERT Shoemaking and Repairing rVKONK COM PAN V IS lJKVKLOPlXO T11HF.K MINKS Among the busiest and most pros perous camps in me ureal '""" district tributary to euver tuy bio Leopold Tyrone and Comancne, says tho Tre Pleilraa Mining Reporter. The trip from Silver City to Leopold nn.l Tvrona is over a mountain roau. utw.ea rnnnpu demonstrates mc rt n.Hantaee of a narrow guage railway for ore, as insianeu uj n ii.,n Alt, line. The difficulties of wagon transportation In this region is great. Tyrone is a copper cmuy they are now developing three valu able properties sinking shafts on each. Tho nnmnnnv has not begun -to ship ore yet but there is mue uuuui when the mines are In full operation . i. .nnrio. uin nrove among the UIO I'li-l'uui. ..... . best in the district. Thnt tiler cracker sale is on all this week at the Albuquerque Cash Gro cery Co., 315 Marble avenue. Large boxes Nabisco, 20c; small boxes, 3 for 25c; 6 packages Uneeda Hiscult. 6 for 2!ic; one dozen other Kinus, j ii.r - 2oo iu:wahi. Is offered for the capture of An tlmo Pettlne. the murderer of Bene detto Berardlnelll. Crime was com mitted in Albuquerque Menday, Feb ruary 4. c GRANDE 103 N. rirst COAL BEST CLARKVILLE LUMP PER TON 90.50 BEST AMERICAN BLOCK PER TON 96.50 WOOD wsmommsnxswmMm BIQ LOAD OF MILL WOOD FOR 92-25 AND 92.75 John S. Beaven 502 80UTH FIRST STREET. EAT MORE Humphrey OVALS HEAT with the Whole of it COOK with Half of it Simple, Cheap, Economical. TJie Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light and Power Co. Corner Fourth and Gold Avenue Phone Red 98 (Eighty-five Years the Standard of Piano Construction) Conceded today to be the kest Is the world ; Chickering & Sons Pianos ' ...SOLD ONLY BY THE... WHITHON MUSIC C (Established 1882.) Corns In and examine our new Holiday Stock. Everything In music from a talking machine to s Grand Piano Sold on our now aasy pay ment plan, 116 8outh Second streL Albuquerque, Now Mexico. J. F. PALMER Hay, Grain, Groceries and Fresh Meats, PRUSSIAN POULTRY AND 8TOCK FOODS, FRUITS AND VEC- TABLES. ORDERS TAKEN AND DELIVERED. 601 North First Street Both Phonss. of the most nutritious of foods good, wholesome bread and less of the non-essentials, and note your gain la health. Ditto in money saving, be cause bread is cheaper than meats and non-ecsentlals. Just as gratifying to the appetite. To get the Desi nresu and other flour products, always or der 'Ill'TTKU CKKAM." PIONEER BAKERY, mourn rtRBT mr rkkt. The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. J 2 0 West Railroad Avenue oo O0o000 Finest Whiskies i Wines, Brandies. Etc, B 8AB4PLG A NO I CLUB ROOM B o o m a m nmnm t i v