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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TAtiTi TY)VTl, WKDXKSDAY, AtUlST J I, 11)07. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY Dy the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR srnsciuiTioN hates. One year by ninil In advance ...$5.00 One month by mail M One niontli by carrier within city limits 00 Entered as soeond-clnsa mntter at tho rostoffloc of Albuquerque, N. M., Oder Act of Congress of March 3, 1870. Tlie only Illustrated ilally newspaper In Jfcw Mexico and the best ad vprtlsing medium of tho Southwest. TOE AMlCQrERQlTB CITIZEN IS: Tlic leading llopsibllcnn dnlly and weekly newspnpor of the Southwest. Tle advocate of Republican principle and tho "Square Deal." TIIK At.nt Qt EltQl-E CTTTZKX HAS: The fiiwvt equipped Job department In New Mexico. The Intent reports by Associated Press and Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE NEWS FIRST." Want flew Uniforms The Pallors of ithe United State navy want new uniforms. They want clothes that fit and they wont clothes tht won't attract so much attention. Few changes have been made in our sailers' uniform. In the army, long range rifles and new methods of warfare have made It necessary to secure a inoonspicdous clothing ns possible for our soldiers. But in the navy, the Hun; old blue, with 'the same old style has prevailed for years and years. There ia no need of a uniform to match surroundings on a battleship. The sailor must fight it out on the ship. He can not protect himself further than the protection afforded by the armor of the gun turrets. It makes no eifference to him how he is garbed for if the ship goes down, the chances re tern to one or worse that he accompanies it to Iavy Jones. But it Is not because of bullets that the sailor asks for a change. He -wants a uniform ithat will not mark him so plainly in public places. He Is not ashamed of the uniform he wears but he would like to go about as does bLa soldier comrade, without attracting so much attention. Commenting upon the proposed change of uniforms, the Washington Herald says: "It seems likely that as a result of the 'agitation about the uniform of our Bailors In the navy there will be some decided change. ' The opinion of both officers and men seems hostile to the present uniform which, perhaps be cause of long usage and custom, still seems rather picturesque to the layman. How the blue Jacket with flaring wide collar and the under-vest displaying the broad chest, the curious hat perched on the back of the head, and the trousers so tight in some places and so loose in others came into being no one aeems to know. The present uniform Is a curious evolution, and it has ai rways been more or less the subject of comment. "Even in the old days of the 'Ingoldsby Legends' the London man, seeing a Bailor, remarked: "'And then he hitched his trousers up, as is. I'm told, their use; I wonder why these Bailor-men should wear those things so loose.' "And the wonder has not ceased today. "Certainly one could hardly devise a costume that would be more con spicuous than the present uniform of our navy's enlisted men, and there Is probably some ground for the belief of naval officers that the 'conspicuous WW Ire' has had a good deal to do with preventing enlistment In the navy. "The present uniform doea suggest a comic opera choru rather forcibly, md It marks the Rcaman in a moat decided way wtw-n he Is ashore on leave and enters a publlo place. It should not be a difficult task to decide on and adopt fome serviceable and less conspicuous garb for the Jack Tar. "One of the objections of the sailors themselves to the present uniform is that It renders them too conspicuous, and that many proprietors of res taurants, theaters, and such-like places of public resort do not care to have uniformed sailors as patrons. But Is It likely that a change In the uniform will do away with this objection? A uniform of some kind there must be. It should be worn with pride. There is nothing about the uniform of Uncle Sam to make Its wearer feel othamed. ; "It rests with the sailors themselves to see that wherever they go the uniform of the United States navy is respected." ; .The limit has been reached. Some one with the time and money to do It, ought to put the everlasting kibosh on the scientists who are eternally lagging up things. A Chicago scientist thinks children should not wear clothing; another believes that eventually women wdll wear moustaches and beards and cites scientific facts to prove it; another believes that shoes should be tabooed; while another one declares houses should be dispensed with altogether and tents substituted. But the limit was certainly reached when a scientific old gazabo made an analysis of 'the component parts of a human body. The editor of am exchange, who, by the way. Is a mighty mean man. makes good use of these scientific facts to "rub it In" on a some soulful young man and he does so In the following inexcusable mariner: "Young man that beautiful young girl whom you were overheard the other evening addressing as 'a solid drop of honey' and the "sweetest thing on arth' doesn't contain more than about three ounces of sugar. It has been shown by analysis that a young person weighing 154 pounds (that's about tier weight Isn't t?) Is composed of 96 pounds of water, S pounds of the -white of eggs, a Ifcttle les than 1 pound of glue, 34 hi pounds of fat, 814 pounds of phosphate of lime, 3 ounces of sugar and starch, 7 ounces of chlo ride of calcium, 6 ounces of phosphate of magnesia and a little ordinary table alt. Be more careful next time and go further back In the shade so when you tell her 'honey yarns' you won't get caught at It." The following from tho Arizona Silver Belt, ought to be referred to the Hague conference: "George Fay, a nine-year-old son of K. L. Fay, would appear to be in way to equal the cat record of nine lives. Wednesday after- moon the boy fell over the side of a wagon In which he was riding near the C. R. T. & P. depot, and was run over by the rear wheel. He got up as ine wneei roiiert rrom his abdomen and started running across the street dodging aireotly In front of a horse In a hack team. The animad trampled thf; boy and two wheels of the vehicle ran over him before the driver could ep. WThen he got down to see how badly the boy was hurt the young man w is ma King nos way up the street, a trifle lame but whistling cheerfully." In, reply to the question: "Please tell when and where are, or Is. the correct time for a gentleman to lift or remove his hat," the Wichita Beacon's chaperon replies. "Without consulting authorities of etiquette; In fact, giving H to you off-hand, so to speak, we should say at the following times and on the following occasions, respectively, the hat should eMher be lifted or re moved as circumstances Indicate: When mopping the brow; when taking a batfi; when eating; when going to bed; when taking up a collection; when having the hair trimmed; when being shampooed; when Handing on the head." SEE E. O. TRICH. ..' My name In Prices E. O. Price. I am here to stay. I like' the town and I like the people. The climate Is the acme or anything and everything de. 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 see E. O. Price. I will sell It for you. if you have anything to rent see E. 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. PRICE. ABOUT TOWN DO YOU GET THE CITIZEN? Owing to the fact that even the best carrier boys The Citi zen is able to secure will now and then Till to deliver your pa per and also owing to the fact that your neighbor may now nnd 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 coll up the Postal Telegraph company PHONE NUMBER 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. REMEMBER THE NUMBER PHONE 36. ttlf tttlttttttltl Hon. They took baskets of lunch along and had a big spread on tho ground. Leaving the canyon after the sun hail descended quite low on the western horizon, they arrived In the city at 7 o'clock last night. A piece of land In precinct No. 5. Los Orlegos, was recorded today as sold by j. r, Arrnljo and wire to Conception Armljo. A suit for divorce was filed In tho district court clerk's olllce today oy Eduvlgen de Lucero against Romo Romulo Lucero. The plaintiff makes the charge of non-support and aban donment against her husband. El fego Baca Is the attorney for the plaintiff. A suit styled Mellnl and Eaklns vs. Candldo Padllla was filed by Attorney E. W. Dobson respersentlng the plaintiff today In the district court. The plaintiff prays Judgment against the defendant in the sum of $88.08 all alleged to he due for merchan dise purchased, together with inter est and costs of suit. The Consolidated Liquor company vs. Jesus M. Padllla Is the title of a suit filed In the district court to day. The plaintiff asks Judgment in the sum of 1381 09, alleged to be due for goods bought and not paid for, together with '.nlerest and costs of Buit. Attorney E. W. Dobson is the attorney representing the plaintiff. Robert Putney, the wholesale gro cer, Joined his family on the Pecos today. A regular communication of Tem ple Lodge No. 6, A. F. and A. M., will be held on Thursday, August ID, at 8 o'clock. Work. All Masons from other lodges are cordially invited. By order of the W. M. Frank H. Moore, acting secretary. , There will be a meeting of the of ficials, executive committee and ad visory board of the territorial fair association this evening at 8 o'clock sharp to consider matters of import ance, one of which Is the matter of Inviting Governor Curry to formally open the fair and be a guest of the fair association. Mrs. J. A. Hubbs received a tele gram yesterday from her husband. Manager Hubbs, of the territorial fair from Denver, which stated that he was leaving Denver and going to Cheyenne, Wyo. Manager Hubbs Is In the northwest boosting the i.in- and looking for attractions, particu larly race horses. ! Manager Douglass, of the Santa Fa! telegraph oitiees here, said this morning that the telegraphers' strike was not affecting the commercial business being done of the .Santa Fe wires In the least. All commercial J messages offered were being trans mitted with dispatch, and as far as he was then aware, they would con tinue to be sent with dispatch to all points along the Santa e. Shrlners will please notice thai a mistake was made yesterday in an announcement regarding the shrine doings to take place at Silver City on August 28. Instead of reading, "Albuquerque Shrlners who care to make the trip," the notice should have read, "Any Shrlners wh.i care to make the trip should notify Sec retary Harry Bullard, so that he ran arrange for accommodations in ad vance." Mounted Policeman Murray, who was In the city yesterday from ths 55unl mountains, reported the rinding of the horse stolen some time ago by Gabril Romero, the Estancla valley horse thief, who was taken to Estan cla last week from the penitentiary to testify against Domingo Valles, now acquitted of the murder of Col onel J. Francisco Chaves. The ani mal was recovered in western Va lencia county. News has reached this city of the suicide of George W. Delemater, who killed himself at his home near Pitls gurg, Pa., a few days ago. Mr. Dele mater was located for some time at Hlllsboro, Sierra county, where he had mining Interests and was a fre quent visitor to Albuquerque, where he had many friends. He was a; one time a.jtlate senator In Pennsyl vania and an ex-candidate for gover nor and was prominent throughout his home state. The members of the local sociely of Lady Maccabees loaded themselves Into Trimble's Jumbo excursion wag on yesterday morning and hied themselvea away to the cool recesses of Bear canyon for a day's recrea- LORD ASHTQN HAS NARROW ESCAPE Clonge, Ireland, August 14. Lord Ahhton had a narrow escape from dearth nt his residence at Ulenabtry 1 icfge early this morning. A bomb was thrown against the wall of his apartments, shattering the wall and t t slroylng mimt of the furniture. Ashton was uninjured. Ashton has been threatened by po Ilt'cal agitators many times of late. THAT 20 DISCOUNT ALSO APPLIES TO ALL CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE The YOUNG HOUSEKEEPER Should furnish her closets 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 Rtandwear strength. Plenty of it in our large collection of table and other wear for every housekeeper old or young in town. 11 1 a. ' -1 Now is the Time to Fill up Your Patterns F. H. Strong Strong Block Corner 2d and Copper CHICAGO X ALTON Chicago, 111. .August 14. Judge Landls today postponed until Sept. 3 the grand jury investigation of the Chicago rebating case against thj Chicago & Alton, growing out of the recent trial, which resulted In the conviction of the Standard Oil com pany of Indiana. Thy Judge Raid that he had received notllU'iUion from At torney General Uor.r. parte that the Chicago & Alton, had been promoted Immunity and he ordered an adjourn ment in order that the record of the case might he looked Into. fIVE MEN KILLED IN LIGHTNING STORM Douglas, Arizona, August 14. In a purely local tmrm at Cananea five men were killed oy lightning In widely separated districts. All were ratlves. One wa killed t the upper con centrator, one at the lower concen trator, one at the smelter, one at the slaughter house and one at the arch" of the bridge. The dead natives are Jose Santana, Miguel Soto, Awastaclo Lopez, Benito Avaco and Jesus Du-ran. Hunter's Delight - i r i 'i. a it .u j i.y i rh I?'- -r mi v v. - ' Winchester Repeaters Remington Automatics L. C. Smith Guns Colts Iver Johnson and Har rington & Richardson Revolvers 1 A Good Gun and Ammunition h I Ammunition By the Cat Load If you need anything in this line call or write to us h Our Prices Can't be Beat LABOR OPPOSF.n TO ST.WUARD'S RIG FIXE. Milwaukee, Wis., August 14. The Federated Trades council, at a me;t Ing held yesterday, passed resolutions opposing the fine imposed against the Standard Oil company by Judge Landls. The resolutions say that un der present business conditions thj people will eventually have to pay the fine. The only remedy, it says, Is In government ownership. McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. XXXZXXXXXXXXZXXXXXXXIXXIXXXXXXXXXIXXUXUIXIIXmXXZTTXTrXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXIXIXXX MEN'S SUITS GET MARCHING ORDERS I Our Black Cat stockings for men, women and children outwear any thing on the market. They are a boon to everybody who has no time, inclination or ability for darning; 12 ij to 50 cents pair. C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. One pint mineral water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your gro cer for It. Referring to Dr. Wiley's recent attack on pie, an eastern writer says Shall the detected presence of a dash of xenzoate of soda in a nation's pie Interpolated therein by some thrifty miscreant, damn, the pabulum of our lWhers? In response an outraged, humiliated and insulted American man hood will cry out as with a single clarion voice: N-n-NO! Nixy! Not on your E. C. Arnold, secretary and manager of the Inland Fire Insurance com pany of Spokane. ays that Vice President Fairbanks won 145 from him at poker. What will the good pastor of Merldan Street Methodist Episcopal church at Indianapolis say now? If Cocktail (formerly Buttermilk) Charley does not mend his ways he is likely to be called upon at quarterly session for explanations. The Roswell Register-Tribune of recent issue suvs: "The Impression made by Governor-to-Be Curry upon the people of Roswell who did net al ready know him was distinctly favorable. n was that of a soldier who will obey orders, and a commander with Intelligence In abundance for any emer gency. New Mexico needs that kind of a man far more than It does a poll ttolun or a diplomat." Th Silver Beit iKt7tlu7'hi'Zi.U I1!' 'it .!i;f 1 1 l...'V.1i. ... i v i. Ian paper bou.sts of buildings not yet completed being rented. That's noth ing; In Globe prospective renters go down on their knees to Implore people to build for them, and buildings' are rented before the owner has finally de cided to build." The Oarruozo Outlook says that a boy fell from a burro near there re cently and broke an arm. The Outlook, failed to state whether the burro was exceeding the speed limit of a mile in two hours or not. J THE j AD VER TISEMENTS YQJ ARE READING THIS ONE The Estancla News Is greatly worked up over the f.u t (hot Its papers don't get to the reader on time. Perhaps a little postage would eolve the problem. A Chicago preacher says he would throw away a biscuit ajiy time for a kiss. Well a ho!e lot depends upon the biscuit. Wl Our Men's Suits have received orders to move and move they must. We'll make every one of them move at some price. It's good business on our part. But, while a loss for us, it's A GREAT SAVING FOR YOU If you were a Clothier, Sir, and had more suits on hand than you could possi bly sell this season would you keep them over until next year and let them get out of style and rusty besides losing the use of the money or sell them now ? Sell them of course you would, so would any sensible Man. That's Just What We're Going to Do Look over these price cuts and, if ever you expect to buy another Suit of Clothes buy It now. It will be the best investment ever made. 3 : SEE PRICES IN WINDOWS 3 3 - STRIKE SETTLEMENT IS HflilY EXPECTED Los Angeles. Cal.. August 14. A settlement of .the boilermakers' strike In the Harrlman roads here is hour ly expected, as a conference with the officials is now taking paace ana me committees of employes believe that all matters will ue adjusted satis factorily. Foreman W. H. Carter, of the Los Angeles shop, hai resigned his posi tion, and as the removal or carter was the dole denials made upon the company, it is anticipated that the men will return to work at once. MANY ZIONISTS WILL E TO LAS VEGAS Las Vegas, N. M.. August 14. Sk-'Ui1.) -Some time since the powieites, under the leadership of Overseer Vollva, Dowle's successor, purchased 5.000 acres of land on the mesa near this city and now tha land Is being parcelled out among the Oowleltes at a small pro rata. They expect to come here in a body, and will probahly start a Ilon colony near this city- The fact that Zlon City near Chi cago Is involved in legal dlilioulties which have rendered the sale of much of Its property necessary to pay dobts has caused the movement toward the southwest. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j w .L lLXti TOR .oi; ix) li vtiVF. Seoul. Korea, August 14. The Ko rean Buprems court has passed sen tence upon the members of the Uague deputation. Vt Sangsol has been condemned t'J b hanged and It Chow and Yt Chun entuud to life imprisonment. Andrew Jackson Chair The historical "Old Hick ory" Chair. Light, comfoi table, durable and especially adapted to hard service. Pi Ice . . . $2.75 ROCher to match 3.25 Come and see our line of .... f1 T III rT r nmniTiinr ALBERT FABER'S 308-310 W. Central Avenue .... Staab Building