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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, JtXY 2, 1N7; IheALbUgUCKUC EVENING CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By The Citizen Publishing Co. W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR fixkly EQCirrrm job department. BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM IN THE SOUTHWEST. LEADING REPUBLICAN TAPER IN NEW MEXICO. BOOSTING ALBUQUERQUE AND THE SOUTHWEST. REPUBLICAN PRINCIPLES AND THE "SQUARE DEAL." ASSOCIATED PRESS REPORT AND AUXILIARY NEWS SERVICE. EE E. O. PRICE. My name la Prim E. O. Trice. I am here to Stay. I Ilk the town and I like the people. The climate Is the acme of Anything juid everything 1o slrable. I have established the E. O. Price Real Estate Agency. My office' Is 212 South Second street bear that number in mind, 212 South Second Street If you have anything In my line to sell ae E. O. Price. I will aell It for you. If you have anything to rent see E. O. Prlc. I will rent It for you. My bread and butter depends upon giving you good and prompt ser vice. Call and see me and let get acquainted. SEE E. O. PRICK. Ore Parents to BCante2 The "unwritten law" Is not a pleasant thing to discuss. It Is not a pleasant thing to think of, yet It has become a matter of grave Importance of late. Moreover, the subject Is receiving deep una rorwiniuous iriorn.tinn at iha. hnmlo of th 4hlnk1nz public, the pulpit and the press. . ..... . . i U .Hhlonl find rt 41A Or ail me comments man nave Deen neuru upun -moat strlkinr is bv Frances Wayne, which appeared in a Denver paper of IU application should not be considered general, yet at the same time It la the truth In many, many cases. There are several sides to the "un rrtttAn Inw" ami of these, the greatest is that of the home. Frances Wayne "The 'unwritten law' and the events that call It Into being are taking root and spreading like a bit of Jungle vegetation, and it Is obvious. If girls oTt mend their ways, if men do not curb their lusts, ana i parents uo ui r. r tVirtr rAsnnrihnitlfs. the law as tabulated for society's protection will be a dead letter on the books when cases dealing with what is termed the 'destruction of woman's honor' are brought to bar. "The best custodian of a woman's honor is woman herself, if she Is taught arly enough, and told often enough, and in th right way, wnai ine worm fa mm) nf nnrl whnt she must expect from some of the people In It. Tsiin tim out of ten- if the matter Is probed deep enough, if the red tape f the courts con be gathered up and tossed into the waste basket, it will be r,m imirii, it mfiv pm ha,t there Is Plenty or culpability on ooxn "The 'drugging1 stories, the 'taking advantage' narratives, the 'assault' horrors, wtiuld never have an excuse for being, family escutcheons would i-pmnln unblotted bv the red fingers of vengeance, the fair chance and clear idnn nf how and s-irln would remain unwaroed and unsullied if at the era clal moment of life the tempted and tempting would find that the feet of tits or her character were other than bundles of soiled straw tied on py care less, thoughtless parental fingers during the tender formative years when etrong, even-winged feet should have been in process of molding. "With four cases of the 'unwritten law" evoked by four unhappy beings as reason for slaying the despoller the public is well-nigh sickened of the thing. "Down in th south. Colonel Lovering was declared not guilty of killing the man whose action made the name of his daughter a by-word and a neer. Mrs. Bowie only had to tell the story of her girl s wrongs and of how she ehot the betrayer to hear the 'not guilty' of the twelve good men and true. Harry Thaw still languishes, since the northern custom prevails to keep reason and emotion apart as far as possible, and over in Belgium young Waddlngton Js trying his best to make the tribunal before which he ta being tried for killing Balmaceda, the betrayer of his sister, believe that lie was Justified under the 'unwritten law' in taking life. His greatest ad versary la a bundle of letters, luring, searing in their suppressed passion, written by this same sister to the man who afterward heeded her invitation mnA mOW afterward refused to legalize their relations by marriage. "There Is a lot of viclousness abroad in the land, try to deny It as we may, and because It nias Deen ciemea ana covereu up no aun il uecumco .i . i . i nr tt a, low' tn r.mf o t 1 n 1 1 n n fpnm the Jcess&ry nil U 1 1 1 1 iu ctuiva uuniiiti " ' ' ' t ' ' v - - - - - gallows when their eyes have been opened and their ears too late unstopped. "The wonder is that so few 'unwritten law' emergencies are catalogued. There are occasions where to cling to the intangible seems Justified, as when an old roue takes advantage of his wide knowledge of woman's nature, her susceptibility to flattery, her valnity in conquest, to gain his desire, and the -world is no poorer for his being out of it, no matter how supreme his talent. "Where it seems unjustiffed, and is being worked overtime today, is where the young, ardent, senseless chits of boys and girls are the pawns. "To any one going Into restaurants at nights, riding or walking along the streets from places of amusements, even in this very unbohemlan, un cosmopolltan, because inland, city, the sights one sees and the words one hears spoken by boys, not yet men, into the ears of glr.a Just entering wo manhood sickens the heart and blinds the eye of hope. What does one see? "Young girls go about alone or with a chum, gum-chewing, flirting, tlked out In peek-a-boo regalia that would make a clothes line blush, wearing massive pompadours and cheap picture hats, high-heeled shoes and strangled waists, bulging hips and naked arms; listening to words that their manner and lack of maiden modesty have invited, which no woman, young or old, should know had been coined, beidg tempted with too HUle effort to make the chase interesting to the man or boy into taking Just 'a weenty-teenty Wt of wine, laughing shrilly and talking loudly, and then when the evil mo ment comes the Irate brother, father or mother goes out to shoot dead the despoller. knowing there is an 'unwritten law.' "There are two sides to this despoiling business, unpopular as the Idea , may be, and many a boy, as any one knows who has sons and brother, and Is brought into contact with them and their friends, is as frequently the victim of some shameless, brazen chit of a girl as she proclaims herself to be of him. And both are the victims of careless parents and false, silly standards of society of which they are the falsest, silliest, most glaring ex amples. "What the world needs is a little more law, not written In books or burned into emotions and imagination, but stamped Into the hearts and souls of folks, and fewer quick-on-the-draw disciples who Imagine they have been called to assume the role of great avenger. There is the boy's side and the girl's side in this unwritten law business and it's up to the parents to so establish their children that the bullets of vengeance will rust In the barrels." THE CUB'S CORNER "A hunk of cheese" has been dopted as the emblem of the "An cient Order of Tie Eaters." Cheer up, the worst Is yet to come! Prlchard's reputntlon Is not the only one that is worth something. a There is a mistake which the Morning Journal "Inadvertantly Mix ed" in Its make up. The editorial should be libeled "Solos by the Bum Fiddler" and the "8olos " Bhould be lalveled "Editorials by the Amusing Old Fossil Who loes Stunts." The editorials are realty funny. BACK TO KANSAS. (Written especially for the occasion by Little Arthur late of the Pen.) I am going back to Kansas, dear old Kansas by the Kaw, I got mine all In bunches and . I'm going back? to maw. I am going back to Kansas where Reform is all the go, I ought never to have left there but No one told me so. I'm going back to Kansas, an older wiser man, I might have staid here longer but They handed me the can. I'm going iback to Kansas, and I'm going bock to stay, The only thing I'm expert at Is How to draw my pay. I'm going back to Kansas, that's where I ought to be, If I staid here, there's no telling What they might not do to me. I'm going back to Kansas, dear old Kansas whence I came, I thought 1 had a "full house" but 1 wasn't in the game. ABOUT TOWN butcher, George Curry, tfie Hcvo governor A number of old friends of the new governor, George Curry, bade him welcome to Albuquerque last evening and needless to say the former New Mexican was happy to get back to the Sunshine Territory and his friends were glad to see him. As was expected also, the new governor had little to say concerning politics but he gave his friends to understand that he would carry out the policy of the national administration and that he would support the republican organization. The governor was naturally non commital to newspaper men but those who know Curry Intimately are sat infied of one thing he will be the governor and will not be unduly Influ enced by cliques and factions; he will administer the affairs of the executive office with Justice and without prejudice and he will be an exponent of the square deal in New Mexico. That is all the people of New Mexico and the republican party want. The Citizens extends a welcome to the new executive and believes that be Willi prove himself worthy of the confidence reposed In him by the presl dent. Captain George Curry Is a soldier and a civilian, as the occasion de mands. He will use diplomacy when diplomacy will suffice and he will be fearless when prompt and decisive action is demanded. Above all, George Curry is honorable and conscientious. He knows the people ol New Mexico because he Is one of them and The Citizen pre diets for him, the hearty support of the people of the sunshine Urritory. Tito Ol' Clothes Man. The Old Clo' Man goes up and down, Crying his trade through all the town; Out for a bargain, ready to buy Wherever he catches the least reply. But he keeps an eye on the things you show. For they musn't be too worn out, you know. So blithely he goes on his watchful way, And ever he'll pause, and look, and say "Old clo'? Old clo'? Any old clo' to sel.l today?" And If only our notions of price agree, It's a pretty good chance for you and me. I wonder how much our lives would (bring? If some of our days are worth any thing? How badly we've worn, in the restless crowd. The sliver lining from c-try cloud? Or how many timos, for an hour a delight, We're ruined a beiutlful, priceless night? Even these poor fojjl;: of plastic clay. Haven't they lost m t--t cf their shape today? "Old clo'? Old clo'? Any old clo to sell today?" If that's what the c,jest. oil's going to be, How much will they give for you MY LITTLE HAND VALISE. (Written especially for the occasion by Little Herb.) Of all the things I hold most dear And shield with ail my might. Is that little hand valise of mine; Its never out of sight. My telegrams to papa dear, List of democrats I fixed. Expert reports all stowed away, "Inadvertantly mixed." In my little hand valise. Tho' men may come and men may go, As they have done of late, My little hand vartise reveals No secrets bold, of state. .. My cunning plans I though so cute, Are safely stowed away. I can not use them now Dut then may some other day. And my little hand valise. Of all the things that Field told me, Those little tips from Dan, That little hand valise holds all E'en my official can. And never shall I part from it, No matter what shall come, What It contains, if all were known, Would put me on the 'bum. Yes, that little hand valise. The Roswell Record has dropped out of politics to enter the more suit able field of boosting the Pecos valley. The Record should have thought of this com time ago. As soon as the democratic conference Is concluded, Hagerman and Field will doubtless retire to the upper Pecos on another fishing trip with the little hand valine. It Is a felony to sell trust-made articles In Texas. However, It Is only a nuisdemeiauur to Meal some of them, so 'the trusts are hopeful. Heaven help the Koreans. They can't toy with the trigger of nineteen battleships at the psychological moment. A bogus English lord ha been arrested in New York, la where they usually get married. Strange. That Let Mr. Fairbanks please remember that Mr. Alton B. Parker at least Used to get himself wet. It seems difficult U "bear" the Teddy bear. YOUNG RANCHER HAS DROPPED FROM SIGHT Williams, Ariz., July 22. Searching parties are scouring the hills for tho 15-year-old son of W. T. Brook bank of Flagstaff, who has not been heard of or seen since Sunday morn ing July 14, leaving the house on that morning to look for his lather s horses. The Itrookbank ranch Is lo cated about seven miles out from Flagstaff. Young lirookbank has been In the habit of looking out for the stock for a number of years and knew the country perfectly around his father's place. What could have hapened to the young man Is a mys tery. He was a good rider and able to care for himself astride a horse. Early Sunday afternoon a searching party started out and has been on the hunt continually of the missing boy. The parents are nearly distracted with grief as It Is feared that the boy may have met his death. WRIST BROKEN AS RESULT OF FAIL Mrs. Alfred Mabee, who resides at 4U3 South Second srreet. had her wrist broken Saturday night by a fall from the steps at the rear of her home. She had started to dewcend from the door way In the darkness when she stumbled and alighted on her right arm, fracturing the wrist Dr. i'atchin was summoned and reduced the fracture, but Mrs. Ma.be will be a uffertT for some days. Her huxbmid is an employe of the liar vey system in this city. Amel Klein wort, a local spent the day in Bernalillo. I. A. Dye, a local business man, went to Domingo this morning. John Ariola, of San Antonio, N. M-, Is transacting business In Albuquer que today. Frank Quler, city health officer, and his brother, Leo Quier, went dove hunting yestarday. Max Paul Kempenlch, a merchant of l'eralta, brought a large quantily of wool to the city .Saturday. A marriage license was Issued to Miss Cora It. Tyndall, of Miami, Oklahoma, and M. S. Franklin, of Needles, Cal. The local wrecking train was sent north last evening on account of a freight derailment between La my and Las Vegas. The sale of a tract of land In pre cinct No. 11 was recorded today to Tollnario Montana et al by Lupita urlego lor XZ6. Tho street department started to work this morning filling up the mud holes caused toy the rain on West Central avenue. M. G. Keenan, a member of the territorial sheep sanitary board with headquarters at Springer, N. M., was in the city yesterday. C. L. Smith, superintendent of the New Mexico offices of the Interna tional Correspondence school, arrived In the city (Saturday evening. The sale was recorded today of John Molitor ct al, to Stephen S. Ber yls and wife, a piece of land in pre cinct No. 5, Bare las. Consideration, U.BOO. E. narelas, a wealthy resident of San Rafael, N. M brought hij daughter to the city this morning to have her eyes tested by a local phy sician. lA. E. Roulller and J. G. RouUler. who live in the southern part of the territory, and who have been In tho city for several days, went to Santa Ft- this morning. (Aeronaut J. A. Blondin will leave for New York City tonight, where he will get his ba'luon and appurten ances In readiness for operation l;i this city during the territorial fair. IMiss Genevieve Harrison, daughter of lr. Harrison, a prominent dentist of Santa be, who has been visiting her sister-in-law, Mrs. arren lira ham, Is confined to her bed with ty phoid fever. Prof. N. Dl Mauro. who has been in the Jemez Hot Springs region, has returned to Albuquerque. Trot. L Mauro Is one of this territory's prom inent musical teachers and he will at once resume his teaching. John Martin pleaded guilty to the charge of drunkenness In police court this morning and was given the choice of paying a tine of $10 or spending ten days In Jail. He was locked up until the money can be raised. Thomas J. E. Kemp, a member of the United States accounting depart ment In charge of the construction of the dam at the Sal ton sea, in outhern California, arrived In the city Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Teutsch. Train No. 10 arrived here at 8: o'clock this morning, being delayed In leaving El Paso, and also by the roadbed being weakened by the rain. No. 2 waited tan minutes here for No. 10, enabling the mall on the El Paso train to bo transferred to No. William Herfurth, an employe of the Alvarado, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace McClellan thU morning at the complaint of the pro prietors of the Savoy hotel that he Jumped his hotel bill of $13.50. Her furth gave an order on his employers for S16 to cover this bill and the court costs and was released. IA fine rain fell Sunday evening, ef fectually doing away with the dust which had become somewhat of nuisance, as well us cooling the air The rain did thousands of dollars worth of benefit to the crops through out this section. Light showers pre vailed over practically all of New Mexico Sunday afternoon and night Work on the new Conroy building at the southwest corner of Amo street and Coal avenue, was started Saturday. The building which will be two stories in height, 4s owned by James Conroy. Frank A. Htevens, local contractor, Is erecting the new structure, the plans of which were drawn up by E. U. Christie. The building, which will cost (4.500 expected to be ready for occupancy in sixty days. Joseph Joel and Harry Smith, both employed at Trimble's livery stable. were In pojlce court this morning on the charge of using a horse and 'buggy 'belonging to the stable with out the consent of the owner, it alleged that both men were unde the Influence of llouor. Joel was committed to Jail for fifteen days and Smith was let off with a fine of 1). The horse and vehicle were brought back In good condition and there was evidently no Intention on the part of the men to steal the property. The semi-professional team of Mortta, Texas, who recently achieved some little distinction by defeating the El Paso aggregation In a series of gam e8 in that city, and who later lost to tne same team by alleged questionable umpiring, are seeking a game with the Browns. Manager Matson received a message offering two games with them to be played In El l'aso. providing a third game will be played In case of each team winning one. Should the local team accept they will meet the Morlia's Sunday and Monday. A company has been formed to bore for oil at Gallup, N. M., May nard Gunsul, of this city, being one of Its members. The other mem bers of the company, to be known as the Gallup Land and Oil company, are: F. H. Keiidrick. chief engineer of the Crescent Land and Oil com pany; J. S. Howie, Pete KItche W. H. Morris, L. E. Gould. T. A. War ing. H. G. Wilson, F. K. Coudert. H. J. Edson, W. E. Paper, J. A. Sned don, George Kraker and J. W. Pains. The company will apply for an Ari zona charter and will be called the Gallup Land and Oil company. The otllcers of the new company are Joha Howie, president; Peter Kitchen, vice president; F. P. Kendritk. general manager; W. . Morris, treasurer; L. E. Gould, secretary. Enough money has been subscribed by the members to complete the organiza tion, make necessary surveys anj curry on other necessary expense. 5K aw Onlv Thina For a The Hawkey e Refrigerator Basket Picnic 'A it Compartment 3 If Compartment for Ice Keeps Temperature Down to 58 Degrees for 14 Hours. In dispensable to Those Who Have Used It. :: :: :: :: l. McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. Albuquerque, New Mex. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Market letters received by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers, room 37 Barnett building, Albuquerque, N. M., over their own private wires. New York Stocks, October cotton $11.81 American Sugar 123 Anaconda 674 Atchison 93 Amp'ganwited Copper 91V4 American Car Foundry 43V4 Hrorklyn IlanlJ Transit 56 Italtimore and Ohio 67 Canadian Pacific 177 Colorado Fuel 32 Chi. ;) Great Western 11 Erie com 24 Va Louisville and Nashville lltvg Missouri Pacific 76 New York Central 113 Ontario and Western 36 H Pennsylvania 123 7s leading com 104 Hock Island 21 Southern Pacific 85 "n t. Paul 134 Southern Hallway com 20 I'nlon Pacific 144 S. S 36 s. s. pfd ion Greene Can 16 Shsmnon 17 Vi Oalumet and Arizona 168 old Dominion 4 4'i Copper ltange 80 North Butte u-iVi OOOOOC)OOOC)OOOOOOOOOOOCXTOOO M. L. SCHUTT 219 South 2nd Strut Real Estate and Loans Agent for Travelers' Insurance Co., mrtford. Conn- Life and Accident, The Strongest Company Writing Accident Insur ance in the World. UOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ Summary of Conditions. New York, July 22. Ore miners' strike causing anxiety. Amalgamated Conner authorities entertain no fear of break in price of metal. Tone of newspaper comment over end of week more optimistic. Coal production continues on heavy scale. Thirty-two roads for second week of July show average gross Increase of 12 per cent. Twelve Industrials advanced .30 per cent. Clilcupro Livestock. Chicago. July 22. Cattle receipts 22.000. Market steady to 10c higher. Peeves 4.70 '(i) 7.35 ; cows I1.70TD o.z:, neirers luuua.av; caives .i.du ''(7.25: good to prime steers $5.751) 7.35; poor to medium $4.65W5.70; stockers and feeders $2. 855.00. Sheep receipts 22.0OO. Market steady. Western $4.00 (fi 5.00 ; year lings $6. lOW. 675; lambs $5.85 7.50; western $5.75 (ip 7.60. Kansas City Market. Kansas City, July 22. Cattle re ceipts 19,000. Market steady. South ern steers $3.75 i 5.00 ; southern cows $2.50 ft 3.75; stockers ami feeders $3.25ffi5.15: bulls $2.751 4.50; calves $3.501 6.25; western fed steers $4.25 i 5.50; western fed cows $2.75 4.50. Sheep receipts 6,000. Market steady Muttons $5.251 6.00; tamos 7.U0) 7.65; range wethers $5.001i6.00; fed ewes $4.50 J 5.25. Produce Mark?. Chicago, July 22. Closing quota tions: Wheat July 90 Vg ; Sept. 92 !'&. torn July 52 Mi; Sept. BaW cats July 43; Sept. 38. Pork July $16.30; Se.pt. $16.52 4. Uird July $9.07 HI Sept. $9.22 Hibs July $8.57H; Sept. (8.75. Money MsrUef. New York, July 22. Prime mer cantile paper 5H6 per cent; money on call steady, i Va f i per cent. SK-lter Market. St. Louis, July 22. Spelter $5.90. dull; St. Ixmls Wool Market. St. I-rfnils, July 22. Wool steady; unchanged. CCHK VOVIt KIDNEYS. I) Not Endanger IJfe When an Al buquerque Citizen Shows You Uio On re. Highland Livery Saddle horses a specialty. Best drivers In the city. Proprietors of 'Sadie," the picnic wagon. BAMBROOK BROS. Phone 598. 112 John Street Call up 597 When in need of anything in the I3A.KERY" LINE French Bakery Co. 202 E, R.R.Ave. C. F. Allen Galvanized Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and Storage Tanks, Hot Air Furnaces, Tin Roofin?. Guttering, etc. General Jobbing 305 West Gold BAR OF COMMERCE 109 South First St. 'Phone 1036 Finest Liquors and Cigars. Family Trade a Specialty Gradi & Giannim We give spectnl attention to FARM MACHINERY Alfalfa Mowers. Wlicut Hinders, Rakes, Hay Presses, Wind Mills. We carry hlsh quality of of machinery and ukiIs. Write us for special catalogue. J. KOKIIEH & CO., Wholesale, Albuquerque, Jf. M. 1 . ITT. IF. r?rC!i 1 w ,11 fc.v These Are Carriage Buying Days Easy Terms and Low Prices Do you Intend buying . enlcle to enjoy the summer months? If you do don't pass us by. We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle we have many good styles within the range of modest Incomes. Top Buggies. Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see us. Albuquerque Carriage Co. Corner First and Tijeras RoadJ Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, backache, urinary disorders, lame ness, headache, languor, why allow themselves to become chronic inva lids, when a certain cure is offered them? Doan's Kidney Pills Is the remey to use, because It gives to the kidneys the help they need to perform their work. If you have any, even one, of th-j symptoms of kidney diseases, cure yourself now, before diabetes, dropty or liright's dixeae sets In. lt-ad this Albuquerque testimony: Ed. A. Rellly. living at 513 wen Fruit avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.. says: "For pain In the back or any of the troubles which arise from ir regularity of the kidneys, there is, In my opinion, no medicine equal to Tkian's Kidney Tills. The value of this remedy was first proven to ma about a year ago, and so quickly did it relieve me of an attack of pain across my loins that since then I have scarcely been without them, and they have never failed to give Just the desired results. My advice to all whom I hear complaining of backache or fault with the kidneys Is to take Doan's Kidney rills. They arc what they are recommended to oe and a trial Is all that is needed to prove this." For sale by all dealers. Trice 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Kuffalj. New York, sole agents for the United States. Kemember the name Doan's and take no other. No. 21 Andrew Jackson Chair The historical ory" Chair. "Old Hick- Light, comfoi table, durable and especially adapted to hard service. Price . . $2 75 Rocker to match 3.25 Come and see our line of .... OLD HICKORY FURNITURE ALBERT FABER'S j 308-310 W. Central Avenue .... Staab Building i