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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
nil DAY. At'WST . 1907.
iTJinnA L EJ Q U Iv, R (HE CITIZEN
PUBLISHED DAIlV'AND WEEKLY
By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico.
W. S. STRICKLER
WILLIAM F. BROGAN
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Enteral a second -cln matter at the rostoffloc of Albuquerque, N.
ndcr Act of Congress of March 3,
The only Illustrated dally ncwnpcr In New Molco and the bowt ad
vertising medium of the Southwest.
THE AIJU'QCERQl'E CITIZEN IS:
Tlio lending Republican dally and wwkly newspaper of the Southwest.
The advocate of Ilopubllen principles and the "Square Deal."
the amu-qveiiqi-e citizen has:
The finest equipped Job department In New Mexico.
The latest reports by Associated Vrem and Auxiliary News Service.
"WE GET THE NEWS FIHST."
3fie Otfter Side
REI5 E. o. rnicE.
My name la Price, E. O. I'rlce. 1 am here to atay. I like the town and
I like the people. The climate Is the acme of anything and everything de
sirable. I have established the 13. O. Price Real Estate Agency. My ofnee
la 211 South Second street bear that number In mind, 212 South Second
Street Jf you have anything In my line to sell see E. O. Trice. I will sell
It for you. If you have anything to rent see K. O. Price. I will rent It for
you. My bread and butter depends upon giving you good and prompt ser
vice. Call and see me and lets get acquainted.
SEE E. O. F1UCK.
Old Mother Powd has a little cottage Just outside the red fence that
enclose August Belmont's Brighton Beach race track, where the low encour
ages men to become gamblers.
People who liave not enough money to meet the demands of thecwners
of the legalised gambling place on the other side of the fence hand Mother
Dowd a few cents and watch the horses from her yard. This made the race
track owners very Indignant. It was plain to them that the was robbing
Two men in Mother Powd's yard are charged with having done a very
kicked thing. It Is said they bet BO cents on a race. A detective caught
them. ' So they haled Mother Dowd to court, and put her under $500 ball
for permitting gambling. Mother Dowd is an Ignorant old woman. She
couldn't understand why It was right to gamble on Belmont's side and
wrong on her side. "Why don't they arrest Belmont? she said.
Mother Dowd was like many others.
She was on the wrong side of the fence.
A filthful old railroad employe meets with a horrible accident while In
the discharge of his duty. The lower court gives him damages. Does the
company pay? No. The case is appealed. There Is delay and legal quib
ble and crow suit and objection, and the long years drag by. Perhaps, after
Ave or six years, the crippled old man gets a few dollars. Perhaps he doesn't
get anything, because the Judge in the highest court knows how prone the
lower courts are to feel prejudice against corporations.
But suppose the old man Is behind In his rent, and the bailiff comes out
with a dlspossessory warrant. Do they wait until next day? Can the old
man run to court, and manage to live In his house for six years while the
case Is being tried? No. He goes Into the street and he goes quick.
He Is on the wrong side of the fence.
Compare the rich criminal with the poor one.
Compare the trust with the little dealer.
Compare the little thief with the big one.
Compare the railroad that klls with the individual that kills.
It Is all a question of which side of the fence?
This is In no disrespect of law. Law Is majestic. Law Is Impartial.
Justice makes no distinctions. Law, if it were not twisted into strange
shapes by selfish 'men, would see no difference between Mother Dowd and
i Don't blame the law; blame the men who strangle all the Justice out
of the law.
Birds of o efeatfier
Consul, the chimpanzee, was recently the guest of honor at a fashionable
breakfast given by Mrs. O. H. P. Belmont at her elegant Newport cottage.
Cqnsul was dressed quite as perfectly as his fellow guests. He wore a
frock coat and a white vest. He wielded his knife and fork with elegance,
and partook of champagne and cigarets. Consul had been taught to wear the
frock coat and the white vest. He had been taught to use his knife and
fork. Somebody had also taught the ignorant ape to drink champagne and
So Consul was the guest of honor. It didn't make any difference that the
was a beast and the others were men and women. He could wear clothes
and kfep his elbows off the table and drink and smoke. That was all that
Of course. Consul had his limitations. He knew nothing of social am
bition., It was nothing to him how many diamonds somebody wore. He
could not whisper a single entertaining story. He never gambled. He took
no part In the endless round of snubbing and flattery, gossip and greed, that
was choking all the human affection and the real sweetness and holiness of
life out of his neighbors around the glittering table. He was only a beast.
He was never intended to be anything else. He had not been created in the
first place to be a factor in the progress of the human race; to use his life
In producing, in ministering to others, in caring about the miserable little
children in the dark mines and the rattling mills; to say, "This is my world;
I am a part of it; I am here for a purpose."
So he sat there without the least shame.
They had tried to make a man of him. They had taught him some man
ners and ome vices. They had done all they could to make him fit to
alt down at the elegant table in the midst of this brilliant assemblage.
If Consul had possessed a mind he would only have thought: "What a
pleasant crowd of chimpanzee we are!"
He had forotten some of his beastliness; they had forgotten some of
It is Interesting to see a chimpanzee taught to act like a man; what Is
It when a man is content to live with the point of view of a chimpanzee?
Owing to the fact that even
the best carrier boys The Citi
zen is able to secure will now
and then fail to deliver your pa
per and also owing to the fact
that your neighbor may now
and then unthinkingly approp
riate The Citizen left at your
door and forget to return it,
this paper has arranged with
the Postal Telegraph company
to deliver you an extra copy In
the event that yours falls to
reach you. There Is no addition
al expense to you. If your pa
per does not reach you by reg
ular carrier call up the Postal
Telegraph company PHONE
NUMBEH 36 and tell them. A
messenger boy will supply you
with a copy of The Citizen. In
this manner, we can also keep
track of the "misses" of our
own carriers and you can get
your paper rain or shine.
KEMEMBEK THE NUMBER
KE IS INVITED 10
W. Tl. Green, the local immigration
inspector, is In receipt of an invltla
tlon, extended by the employes' as
sociation of the old Atlantic and
Great Western railway to attend their
thirteenth annual reunion In Gallon,
Ohio, August 24. The association Is
composed of former employes of the
road, which ran In the early 'SO's,
between Gallon, Ohio, and Salaian
ca, N. Y. On the Invitation, a picture
of the wide stacked, little locomotives
then in use, is shown. Mr. Green was
a conductor on the road and will at
tend the reunion if he finds It possi
ble to get away at that time.
Save your Dougft
Pause a minute In the mad pursuit of the fleet-winged dollar and talk
about money a while. It Is ever a pleasing subject, excepting when you are
trying to borrow it.
What are 'you doing with you money? Are you saving any of It, or
ar von ifttinir everv nrnnv slln throueh your PnuerB like so many grains of
Do you ever think about the future, of the serious and perhaps barren
vnra that are to come?
Did you ever, walking along the street, observe a bent and broken old
man, scanning the ground with hungry eyes in hope of lighting upon a stray
nickel or even penny, or stopping to pick out of the gutter the burnt stump
of some other man's cigar?
He Is not an Ignorant man; you can tell that by his well-developed brow.
aa well as by the intelligent light in his eye if you can get him to look at
Did he ever approach you on the street piteously begging you to "kindly
help a poor old man," and as he shuffled away, that heart-saddening old
derelict on the sea of life, that miserable, hopeless old has-been, did you pause
to aBk yourself, whatever brought an Intelligent human being to this pitiful
The answer is apparent. Whatever the immediate occasion of his
overoowerliiK poverty, the immediate reason for It is this:
He did not save his money when he was able to work and had the ability
to earn it. Time was. no doubt, when this miserable old wrec k had a home
lust as good as yours is today. His clothes were Just as good, and he
i.hi v,i own clears. Todav he Is uaylne in bitterness and sorrow un
speakable for his short-sightedness.
"Oh." vou say. "but such a fate will never overtake me. I am too
smart fur that." That Is exactly what this old man used to say to him
self, and you see where he is today. The logic of the situation Is Irrefutable,
Frank Cllne will leave for Los An
L. Centlrewlne, of San Marclal, la in
the city today.
D. J. McCormick, of Chicago, is
in the city today.
E. A. Davis, Pullman Inspector,
left on a northern trip last night.
J. A. ApplenhJte and W. W. Fauss.
of Memphis, Tenn., were visitors here
P. F. McCanna is expected to ar
rive home from New York on Bun
day or Monday.
B. Ruppe left this morning to vHit
his lead mine near High peak In the
Peyton Gordon, of Washington, D.
C, was a guest at the Alvarado yes
terday, leaving for the east today.
C. W. Trice, of San Marclal, is in
the city today visiting friends. He
will return home the first of next
The rooms of the Commercial club
building are undergoing extensive re
pairs in the way of painting and re
decorating. The eight-room house under con
struction for C. P. Jones, on North
High street, will be ready for oc
N. F. Giddlngs, of Prescott, Ariz.,
passed through here today en route
to San Diego. He has been spend
ing some time in Detroit.
C. W. Wrlgiht, traveling salesman
or Kothenburg and Schloss, return
d this morning from an extensive
trip through Arizona.
F. D. Coale, a local representative
of the Mutual Benetlt Life Insurance
company, will leave Sunday for an
outing on the Upper Pecos,
L. C. Bennett, caBhler for tho
Gross-Kelly company, who has been
confined to his home for the pat
week, on account of sickness, is con
siderably improved today.
The W. C. T. U. will held a meat-
lng at the home of Mrs. George
Learning, 615 East Central avenue,
mi evening at 7:30 o'clock. Visitors
are cordially invited to attend.
t J. Brack, manager of the Itio
Grande Lumber company, left the
city today for the company's lum
ber camp near San Domingo. He
expects to return Monday morning.
The foundation of the building be
ing erected for Charles Conroy, at
the corner of Coal avenue and Arno
street. Is Hearing completion. The
work on the building proper will be
pushed aa rapidly as possible.
Special convocation of Rio Grande
Chapter No. 4, R. A. M at 7:30 to
night, work in m. m., m., ana
M. E. degrees. Visiting companions
cordially invited. By order of II. P.
Harry Braun, acting secretary.
The plate glass window at the Re
liance Electric Co., which was brok
en some time ago, by accident, reach
ed here today from Denver. It will
be placed In today. The window was
valued at 150 and was Insured.
Two native boys were up before
Judge George Craig this morning on
the charge of Jumping on ana on
passing trains. Thvy were sentenced
to live days In jail, but the sentence
was suspended during good behavior.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Ward, of Kala
mazoo, Mich., are visiting friends in
the city today. They will leave for
El Paao this evening, alter wnlcn
they will spend some time in visiting
the different places of Interest in Tex
as and Mexico.
Trinidad, Colo., August 9. Fifteen
coal mines in te vicinity of Trinidad
are closed as a result of the Colorado
& Southern strike, and nearly 1.500
men are out of employment indefi
nitely. Inaiblllty to get cars has
brought about the condition. It is
feared that many more will be forced
to shut down In a few days.
Among the mines that were forced
to close are the ColorndoFuel & Iron
properties at Tobasco and Berwlnd,
the mines of the Victor Fuel & Iron
company at Sutlleld and Bowen, and
a dozen smaller mines between Trini
dad and Hastings,
Nonoe of the Colorado Fuel & Iron
mines on the Colorado & Wyoming
railroad Is affected, and the Denver
& Rio Grande raod will handle all
coal north of Hastings. The Rio
Grande has refused to handle some
of the Colorado & Southern cars be-
I THAT 20 DISCOUNT
ALSO APPLIES TO ALL
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
r ZrsS The YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER
Should furnish her closets and eideboard
with china graceful in its lines, beaute
ous in design, made of such clay and so
baked as to be a model of elegance and
Rtandwear strength. Plenty of it in our
large collection of table and other wear
for every housekeeper old or young
L . . !
Now is the Time to Fill up Your Patterns
FH QfvnnrY Strong Block
OirOng Corner 2d and Copper
"The solid seventeen," the members of the last legislature in the hou
Who stood in the republican ranks to the last ami refused to be bribed or
frightened into Joining the Hagerman crowd, wag in evidence at the inaugu
ration of Governor Curry, when a number of small black buttons bearing
simply the figure "17" in white appeared on the coat lapels of nearly every
ene except a few of the late Hagerman reformers. It was not long until the
meaning of those figures became generally known and there was an Increased
iomsnl for more buttons. It will be rememDere.i that the soiiu seventeen'
and the "house tandem," Representatives Holt and Beach, rnnducted the In
vAKtiiration Into the Hatjerman land deal which resulted In the retirement o
the boy executive at a later date. As the new governor succeeds the lat
boy executive, the eeventen was nut oat of place at bis Inauguration.
The Rev. Zed H. Cobb, who announced his belief that "hell Is In th
un." has an Idea entirely different from that of the late Rev. Sam Jones
who always located the hot place In the particular town in which he hai
yened to be preaching.
of Inexperienced men
OE KILLING AN EDITOR
Helena. Ark., August 9. Former
Policeman Ben Curruth was arrested
here today charged with the assass
ination of J. M. Scott, city editor of
the Helena World, Sunday morning,
t'urruth denies the charge, but the
police claim to have strong circum
stantial evidence against him. Ctir
tuth was a member of the police ut
the time the entire force was com
pelled to resign on the demand of the
citizens' mass meeting following
chn.rfres of graft by the World. The
arrest has creat much excitement.
APPEALS ACTION" TO
Washington. t. C, August it.
Through the German ambassador the
state department today received an
appeal from the action of the ship
ping commissioner at San Francisco,
who has ordered departed 24 Chinese
members of the German tramp steam1
ship Tolosan, who had deserted from
the ship on account of alleged Ill
treatment. The Germans wish the
men returned to the ship to which,
it is understood .the Chinese vice con
sul at San Francisco objects. The de
partment of state referred the case to
the department of Justice.
The firm of Gruner & Scheele has
this day dissolved partnership by mu
tual concent, (.'has. Gruner has sold
nih interest in the firm of Gruner &
Scheele to E. F. Scheele, who will
continue the business at the old
stand and who will collect all bills
due to the firm of Gruner. St Scheele
and also settle for all accounts
against Gruner & Scheele.
E. F. SCHKELB.
August 8, 1H07.
Byron Ives returned from an ex
tended trip In the east today. Mrs.
Ives remained In the east and will
return In September. They visited
Toronto, going up the St Lawrence
river, and stopping at the Thousand
Islands, later going to New York
A meeting of the commercial sales
men is called for Monday night at
the fair association headquarters
over the Zelger cafe at 8 o clock.
The purpose of this meeting is to
discuss matters relating to the hold
ing of a big traveling salesmen con
vention in Albuquerque at fair time
R. McDougle, manager of the
Elmendorf Sugar Beet company, and
Miss Tillie Canter, of San Marclal,
were united In marriage at the home
of the bride's aunt in San Marclal
last evening. Both young people are
well known and are very popular
They will make their home in El
mendorf. on Wednesday evening.
the wedding of Miss Meta Canter, to
Charles Mattress took place here.
Mrs. Mattress and Mrs. McUougle are
State of Ohio, city or Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Chenney makes oath that he
is senior partner of the linn of F. J.
Cheney St Co., doing buslneaa In the
City of Toli-do. County and tilate afore
said, and that said nrm will pay the sum
of ONK HUNDRED DOLLAR for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall Cntnrrb
Cure. FRANK J. VHKN'EY.
Bworn to before me and subscribed in
my presence, this Clh day of December,
A. D. lbixi.
A. W. GLRAHON.
(Heal ) Notary i'ubllc.
Bail s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
n.l acts directly on the blood tend mu
ruui surfaces of the system, bend for
F. J. CHtKET CO., Props.,
Take Hall s Family 1111s fur constlpa
Card signs, "r.oonii Tor Rent
"Board," etc., for saje at the office of
The Evening Cltlr.en.
Wonderful CoiiiiwmiihI Cures Iiles
KczeiiiH. Skin Itching, skin
Eruptions, Cuts a-iul
Doan'a Ointment is the best skin
treatment, and the cheapest, because
so little is required to cure. It cures
ylles after years of torture. It cures
annate cases of eczema, it cures
all skin itchlmr. It cures skin erup
tions. It heals cuts, bruises, scratch
es and abrasions without leaving a
scar. It cures permanently. Albu
quetuue testimony proves it:
A. it. Whttcomb, living at szs
North Eighth street, Albuquerque,
N. M., says: "I have nothing to re
tract from the recommendation
gave for Doan 8 Ointment some live
ears ago. What I then stated was
to the effect that thts preparation
had cured me of a breaking out
which, if not eczema, closely resem
bled this trouble and was confined to
a spot about the size of a sliver uoi
lar just below one of my knees. Off
and on for ten years it had annoyed
nie always being worse when I was
In bed or If 1 would sit near a fire,
I consulted two of our leading phy
sicians but what they gave me proved
of no more avail than all the differ
ent kinds of salves and ointments
that I tried. I had no faith in Doan'a
Ointment, expecting that it would ac
similarly to the other remedies
had used, but I was surprised to find
that the first apiilicatlon stopped the
Itching and a short continuation of
Its use healed the place affected. The
fact that I can say after this long in
terval that there has been no return
of the trouble is pretty god reason
for my willingness to confirm my or
iginal statement. At the time of my
using Doan's Ointment one of my
grandchildren had salt rheum on his
arm and tl-e irritation was so great
that it causiid him to scratch con
tinually. Despite the fact that it had
resisted all treatment, Ioun'B Oint
ment affected a cure and one which
haa been permanent. I can recom
mend this preparation at all times
as one that can be reJied upon to act
For sale by all dealers. Price BOc.
Foster-Mllliurn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Ioan's
and take no other 13.
Bring us your joo v?orK. Prices
thn very lowest and the work will
Hand Inspection anywhere. Business
and calng cards a specialty.
For a Picnic
' I Compartment 7 If
Compartment for Ice Keeps
Temperature Down to 58
Degrees for 14 Hours. In
dispensable to Those Who
Have Used It. :: :: :: ::
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
Albuquerque, New Mex.
Special: Five hundred pieces of
new outing flannel, pretty patterns,
best 12c quality, to be on sale Fri
day, August sttn, at z:3U p. m., at tne
low price of 9 cents per yard. Gol
den Rule Dry Gonds Co.
Be Sure to Get What
You Ask For.
T-rHERE is a Reason
Why the Cood People of Amer
ica buy Cascarets as Fast as the
Every second some one, somewhere, is
Buying a little Ten-Cent Box of Cascarets.
1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 660 times to the Minute,
60 Minutes to the Hour, 3600 Boxes an
an Hour, 36,000 Boxes a Day of Ten Hours,
1,080,000 Boxes a Month, and then some.
Think of it-220,000 People take a Cas-
caret tablet each da. Millions' use Cas
carets when necessary. ' , .
The -Judgment of Millions 'of Bright
Ameficans is Infallible. They have been
Buying and Taking Gssqarets at that rate
for over Six years.
Over Five Millions of Dollars have been
Spent to make the merits of Cascarets
known, and every cent of it would be lost,
did not Bound merit claim and hold the
constant, continued friendship. Patronage
and Endorsement of well-pleased people year
There Is also a Reason
Whv there are Parasites who attach
themselves to the Healthy Body of Cascar
et's success Imitators, Counterfeiters, Sub
stitutors. They are Trade Thieves who would rob
Cascarets of the "Cood Will" of the people,
and sneak unearned profits, earned and
paid for by Cascarets.
A Dishonest Purpose means a Dishonest
Product and a Disregard of the Purchasers'
Health or Velfare.
Beware of the Slick Salesman and Ms
ancient "Just as Cood" story that common
Cascarets are made only by the Sterling
Remedy Company, and put up In metal box
with the "long-tailed C" on the cover.
They are never sold in bulk.
Every tablet marked "CCC."
E3 .1. - ; -
Eclipse Wind Mills, Lightning Hay Presses, Walter A. Wood
Mowers and Binders, Bain and Old Hickory wagons
ALL KINDS VEHICLES
J. Korber & Co.
Write us for
Catalogue and Prices
Do you Intend buying . reblcle i enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pass ua by. We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have many good atylea within the range of modest Incomes.
Top Buggies, Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of
all kinds. Don't atay away because you are not rich. Come and see
Albuquerque Carriage Co. 1
Corner First Jf
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Sky
Tanks, H o t
oixe Guttering, etc.
305 West Gold
Andrew Jackson Chair
Light, comfoitable, durable
and especially adapted to hard
Price . . ,1$2,75
ROCker to match 3.25
Come and see our line of ....
OLD HICKORY FURNITURE
308-3 1 0 W. Central Avenue .... Stub Building