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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
tact: rovn. MONDAY, AVC. VST 12, 1907. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY Dy the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR svnsotirnox hates. One year by mnll In advance ., $3.00 .One month by maJl 50 One month, by our-rlor within city limits 60 Entwd ttn second -elns matter at the Fostofflec of Albuquerque, N. M., wider Act of Congress of March 8, 1879. The only Illustrated dally newspaper In Xew Mexico ami the beet ad vrrtMng mctlinni of tlie Southwest. Tim Al.nVOVEItQVE CITIZEN IS: The lead Inn Itefmbllcnn dally and weekly newspaper of the Sotithwest. Tlie advocate of Republican principles and the "Square Deal." THE AUU-QVETtQVE CITIZEN HAS: The finest equipped Job department In New Mexico. The latest reports by Associated Press and Auxiliary News Service. "VE GET THE NEWS FIItST." Jfie Duties cf a ifurcr The Citizen hesitates to discuss the verdict of a jury particularly a jury of New Mexico citizens because the trial by Jury Is one of the greatest fac tors In American freedom and American Justice. The Citizen believes that the average Juror tries to deal out Justice and this has been demonstrated In the consideration of evidence In a number of prominent cases recently. Therefore In commenting upon the Domingo Valles case. In which the latter Is acquitted by a Jury of Torrance county men of the murder of Colonel J. Francisco Chaves, The Citizen can only say that there is a di erslty of opinion as to Valles' Innocence or guilt among the people, which should not be the case after a fair and Impartial trial by a Jury. But aside from the Jury's verdict there is another matter of Importance In this trial. It was the apparent failure of certain American citizens to realize the responsibility, the honor and the duty Incumbent upon them as Jurors prospective in this case. . The Citizen believes that It Is a high privilege, however, hard the work may be, for an American citizen to be chosen to aid in carrying out the laws he has made by co-operating in a Jury box with fellow citizens to see that the accused is given a fair trial and a trial according to law and Justice. Therefore the following portion of the court stenographer's record in the Valles case, taken in the examination of Juror H. I. Iutz, of Wlllard, N. M., Is deeply interesting, since it shows or at least, indicates a condition, which should never exist in an American community. The court record reads as follows: By the court: Q. Are you from Wlllard also? A. Tes, sir. Q. You came up with these other gentlemen? A. Yes, sir. Q. Are you another of the business men down there who have friends on both sides? A. No. sir, I have no particular friends on either side. Q. And is it your fear of making enemies and hurting your business that causes you to make such an attempt as you have made here to get off the Jury? A. JCo, sir. Q. Did you talk with these other gentlemen on your way up about this case? milllllMIMIICIIIIIIMj ttt! riitituistii DO YOU GET THE CITIZEN? Owing to the fact that even the best carrier boys The Cltl- 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, f this paper has arranged with the Postal Telegraph company f to deliver you an extra copy In the event that youra 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 NUMBER 38 and tell them. A f messenger boy will supply you t with a copy of The Citizen. In f f this manner, we can also keep f track of the "misses' of our own carriers and you can get your paper rain or shine. REMEMBER THE NUMBER 4 PHONE 36. m Mtiniiittn Ex-Oovernor L. Bradford Prince returned to Santa Fe yesterday. Attorney Elfego Baca has return ed from Santa Fe after several day3 absence. B. Ruppe returned last night from visit to his lead mine In the i?au- la mountains. John Lukens, .proprietor of tho Second street fruit store, was a visit or In Bernalillo yesterday. A regular meeting of Ballut Abyad Temiple, Nobles of the Mystic Shrine Is called for tonight at 8 o clock. Ambroslo Candelarla and family have returned to this city after an xtended visit In Arizona and Callior- la. There will be a meeting of the Woodmen's Circle tomorrow after- oon at 2:30 o'clock at Odd Feilowo' all. H. II.. Harris, forest supervisor, re- urned last night from the Manzano forest reserve where lie has been on Ilk-ial business. The funeral of an infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Reyes tiareia of old town, was held yesterday. Interment In Santa Barbara cemetery. J. I. McLaughlin, of Los Angeles. is in tho city and intends to remain or some time. He is organizer lor the Universal Order of Foresters. H. Lee Hoffman and Louis C. Gumlbiner left today for a few week' utlng on the upper Pecos In the neighborhood of the Valley ranch. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. A. Q. Yes, sir. You talked among yourselves how you were going to get off? No, sir. But you talked about the facts and circumstances of the case? Yes, sir. - Told one another all that you knew about it? Yes, sir, what we had heard. You knew you were summoned here as jurors to try this case? Yes, sir. And you must have known that It was highly improper for persons who were summoned as Jurors to talk over the case In which you were sum monded as jurors? A. We did not know It. Q. You supposed It was rroper to talk it over among yourselves and Inform each other of all the facts In your possession? A. Yes, sir. Q. And you did' that with the Idea of Informing yourself about the case so you would be disqualified and would not have to serve on the Jury? A. No. sir. Judge Mann: As you have already been challenged, I am going, to ex cuse you, but your conduct and that of the other Jurors who were summoned with you, is certainly not very becoming to any of you and what the court ought to do is to call you all up here and fine you for contempt of court. Business men ought to know better and have more respect and regard for the law and the courts; than to do a thing like that. You may stand aside The Citizen Is endeavoring to maintain Its news service despite the fact that only the most meager press report can be obtained. The strike of the telegraphers, which Is spreading at last reports, has practically cut oft the news service not onlv here but in many other portions of the country. As usual In a strike, the great "third party" suiters, and In commenting thereon the Kansas City Star says: "The strike of telegraph operators Is becoming gen eral and serious. It Is one of the possibilities that telegraphic cnmmunlca tlon may be badly crippled in various parts of the country before an ad Justment is reached. In this case, as In all others involving the public utilities, the great 'third party" will suffer heavily at the hands of those di rectly Interested by reason of their failure to compose their differences by arbitration. As to the merits of these differences, the public is not nearly ao much concerned as it is with the service it has a right to expect of the public service corporations. The fault may be with the companies and it may be with the operators, or both may be to blame. But what the people have a right to ask Is that both of these contending interests shall do their utmost to keep the strike from spreading and to restore service as soon as possible wherever It has been Interrupted. Public service corporations are under especial obligations to keep faith with the public. This fact should not be taken advantage of by the union men employed In such serv'ce. On the contrary these men share In the responsibility. If they choose a busi ness or a profession paid for by the public and having the right of operation through public grants, the obligation to observe good faith is Btrong. And aside from this obligation, the matter of self Interest afTecting both sides should have a potential bearing. It Is a good thing to keep people satisfied with the service they receive. It Is good for the corporations and for their employes." The enthusiastic Inauguration and reception tendered Governor Curry by the good people of this territory at Santa Fe last week, augurs well for his future as our executive. Governor Curry has the confidence of the people and of the republican leaders and his determination net to recognize factional fights, will give him much more latitude in choosing his appointees than Hagerman had under his narrow and biased administration. Governo Curry Is broad minded in public and private life and he will not be found wanting when he is called upon to decide upon a course or action in an emergency. Having no wealthy father to pay the bills, the new governo will, of course, not employ "expert" counsel to tell him what to do. H' record shows that he is possessed of brains of his own and uses them very effectively. Go?rnor Curry will make good. The morning paper Is now out with a mtnature appeal to give the new governor a chance. Governor Curry Is not a man to ask for "quarter" but he will doubtless appreciate It If the morning paper will kindly refrain from accusing him of graft, fraud and conspiracy until he gets his hat and coa off, and takes a seat In the executive office. The morning paper shoul give Governor Curry a chance. The morning paper believes that Miguel A. Otero Is about to take a han In territorial politics. By looking over Its tiles the morning paper will n doubt discover that Miguel A. Otero has taken a part In territorial politics tor some time. A great many people were shocked by the tide of the burlesque Lad Godiva in a flesh-colored union suit at Coventry, England. The lady who dl the al fresco pose was not among the number. It Is reported, and, apparently on good authority, that among th changes In territorial officials, an Albuquerque man's name Is mentione (or a prominent position. The Richest unmarried woman In France is the Printers Marie Bona aite. How she has so far eluded Count Botil Is Inexplicable. The latest author to get well advertised by Ills books being exclude from a public library Is Horatio Alger, Jr. PEE E. O. rillCE. My name Is Prion E. O. Price. I am here to stay. I like the town and like the people. The climate Is the acme of anything and everything de sirable. I have established the E. O. Price Real Estate Agency. My office s 211 South Second wtreet bear that number In mind, 212 South Second Street If you have anything in my line to sell see E. O. Price. I will sell t for you. If you hnvo anything to rent see E. O. Trice. I will rent It for ou. My bread and butter depends upon giving you good and prompt ser lce. Call and see me and lets get acquainted. SEE E. O. PRICE. ABOUT TOWN The sile was recorded today of a piece of land In La Ladera, precinct No. 12, for $300 by Cruz Martinez de Anaya and husband to Jose B. Lebarlo and wife. The forest service has completed a trail to the top of the ridge In Bear canyon and this Is being much used by campers. Supervisor H. H. Harris who has Just returned from a trip on the Mnnzano national for est, says a number of new roads are being projected in the reserves under his charge. W. P. Metcalf, the real estate and Insurance agent, who came down from Santa Fe yesterday after a short visit to his fruit ranch on Santa Fe creek, tells a good Joke on himself, with reference to get ting old. "I was nosing around the Santa Fe depot at Santa Fe Satur day, when a dapper young clerk walked up and said. 'Well, dad," what can I do for you?' I looked at him for a moment," continued Mr. Metcalf, "and then concluded that the boy was right; I must be getting old. I have been trying to make myself believe otherwise for several years, but what the young man said settles It." EHTE TO HIE Mrs. II. J. IUddcr loll to Sidewalk at Slxtli Street and tapper Avenue Sunday Morning Julckly Kevlvcd. While en route to her home Run day morning from the Immaculate Conception church. Mrs. H. J. Rhld er, wife vf a well known engineer, swooned and fell to the sidewalk, striking her head forcibly. Mrs. Rhlder fell In front of the home of Dr. Wroth, near the corner of Sixth street and Copper avenue, and she was assisted Into the house and given attention. Later she was taken to her home in a cab. TT T A TP crrrf rvifinM Tivinn $J inai two JLiauuiN i ALSO APPLIES TO ALL CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE it ft. it ( The YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER Should furnish her closers and sideboard 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 stand wear strength. Plenty of it in our large collection of table and other wear for every housekeeper old or young in town. F. H. Strong Now is the Time to Fill up Your Patterns Strong Block Corner 2d and Copper rtititttiiii t t r Merchant' of Albuquerque. All the business men of Albu querque can assist materially in advertising the biy fair, by bringing to The Citizen office their business envelopes and having nn advertisement printed upon the reverse side. The fair association will pay all charges. ' and the mnnttgenient urges all ' who are Interested in Its success f to avail themselves of tnls means of rendering assistance. TO AILING WOMEN. W. II. Andrews, territorial delegate to congress, arrived in the city from Santa Fe last night, accompanied by his private secretary, William Baer. There will toe a meeting of the Mineral lodge No. 4, of the Knights of Fythlaa tonight. All local and Islting members are Invited to at tend. Dr. Marlon lines, chief inspector of the ibureau of animal Industry for New Mexico and Arizona, left this morning for El Paso on otHcial 'busi ness. Attorney E. E. A'eeder, of the firm of Veeder and Veeder, of Las Vegas, arrived here yesterday. He expects to remain several days to attend to business. Miss Genevieve Campbell, of Wheeling, W. Va., and Herbert Baker will be married this evening at the residence of Dr. and Mrs. W. W. Spargo, 623 North Fourth Btreet. A. J. Fisher, secretary of the board of pharmacy, with headquarters at Santa Fe, left yesterday for a fishing rip up the I'ecos. lie will be ab sent from the city about two weks. S. B. Grlmshaw. general manager of the Santa Fe Central railway. which runs between Torrance and Santa Fe, spent today In Albuquerque on business. Mr. Grlmshaw reports conditions prosperous- and busine33 good. Bert Bassett. charged with disturb lng the peace, John Cook, charged with being drunk on the streets and Jim White. chanted with beinsr drunk and disorderly, were arraigned before Folice Judge Craig this morning. All pleaded guilty and were disposed of in the usual manner. The big sale at the Golden Rule still booming. Chance to clothe your self at away down prices. Music to night (by the Barnum & Bailey sex tette under the direction of Professor Ellis. Come and buy, and see what your neighbors buy. Enjoyable oc casion promised. E. A. Clarke, who recently resigned as manager for the Postal Telegraph company at Winslow, Arizona, is in the city awaiting transportation to La Junta. Colorado. Mr. Clarke haa left the sepvhee of the Postal com pany and will accept a position with the Santa re on his arrival at La Junta. sistant postmaster general, one of thi Important Washlnaton officials whi stands close to President Roosevelt and who was a visitor In Santa F for several ilnvi liiwt wtrk TiiK.fi through the city Saturday evening ei route to the Grand Canyon heron returning to Washington. 1 A !),,. ,,..-..,, .i . i ........ vesterdav nf th. fl.!lth S!: t ilrriil V at cernooii ac o ciock or ine mile son or .vir. and Mrs. Peter McFarland, ol Magdalena. Scarlet fever was th cause of demise. Mr. and Mrs. Mc tarianu have many friends in A.tou querque who sympathize with them in their bereavement. Mr. Mc Far land is a trusted employe of the Beiker-Blackwell company. Dr. F. W. Redecker, of Bloomlleld, Pa., is spending a few days In the city. Ir. Redeker arrived Saturday evening on train No. S. which brought Fireman Bancroft. who was quite badly scalded In a freight wreck near Grants Saturday afternoon, to this city. He attended the Injured man until the arrival of the railroad phy sician, and today made a visit to tno Santa Fe hospital to learn of tin young man's condition. w Tl. it i n r . r i . ine nawKeye neirigerator basnet A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a Sufferer in Albuquerque. No woman can be healthy and well If the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass oft in the urine when the kidneys are well are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and bladder get Inflamed and swol len, crowding the delicate female or gans nearby nd sometimes displac ing them. This is the true cause of many bearing-down pains, lameness, backache, sldeache, etc. Uric poi-1 onlng also causes headaches, dizzy spells, languor, nervousness and rheu-1 matlc pain. 1 hen sulTering so. try Doan s Kid ney Pills, the remedy that cure sick kidneys. You will get better as the kidneys get better, and health will return when the kidneys are well. Let an Albuquorque woman tell you about Doan s Kidney Pills. Mrs. II. Adair, of 817 South Edith street, Albuquerque, N. M.. says: 'YV hether my symptoms Indicated kidney trouble or not, I was not certain, but nevertheless from read ing about Doan's Kidney Pills I was given a desire to try them to see If they would not afford me at least some relief from the pain between and Just below the shoulder blades. v hile on my feet or stirring around, I did not feel the slightest inconven ience, but when I would sit down, the pain would assert itself and at times was very severe. The use of one box of Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief that warrants my having a high ap preciation of tills medicine." For sale by all dealers. Price BO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co.. Buffalo. New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. No. 25 un v 1 yir j kit Thing For a Picnic Compartment for Ice Keeps Temperature Down to 58 Degrees for 14 Hours. In dispensable to Those Who Have Used It. :: :: :: :: If McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. Albuquerque, New Mex. C. F. Allen Galvanized Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and ; Storage Tanks, Hot Air Furnaces, Tin Roofing:, zsz Guttering, etc. General Jobbing 305 West Gold Tii . r. i A $.jr 'K. !X-t ?A i''WlMWfl.s'.,-.fc-i MOUl.t ILL. Eclipse Wind Mills, Lightning Hay Presses, Walter A. Wood Mowers and Binders, Bain and Old Hickory wagons ALL KINDS VEHICLES Wrlto us for Catalogue and Prices J. Korber & Co. ALBUQUEROUE NEW MEXICO ClmiulxTlalirs Coltc, Cholera nnd Diurrhoon Remedy, Better Than 'Hire Doctors. "Three years ago we had three doctors with our little boy and every thing that they could do Beemed In vain. At last when all hope seemed to be gone we began using Cham berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy and in a few hours he began to Improve. Today he Is as heulthy a child as parents wish for." Mrs. B. J. Johnston, Linton, Miss. For sale by all druggists. Q) THE AD VER TISEMENTS 'I'vorylMxIy Should Know," says tl. ti. Hays, a prominent busi ness man of Bluff. Mo., that Buok len's Arnica Salve Is the quickest and surest healing salve ever applied to a sore, burn or wound, or to a cafe of piles. I've used It and know what I'm talking about." Guaranteed by all druggists. 2fc. ARE READING THIS ONE r MUM ax These Are Carriage Buying Days Easy Terms and Low Prices Do you Intend buying . cenlcle i 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 uav Albuquerque Carriage Co. Corner First and TIJeras Road. Andrew Jackson Chair R7 mi ICC" The historical "Old Hick ory" Chair. Light, comfoi table, durable and especially adapted to hard service. . i Price . . ,$2.75 ROCker to match 3.25 Come and see our line of .... OLD HICKORY FURNITURE ALBERT FABER'S 308-310 W. Central Avenue ... Staab Building