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THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR si'Bsciiirnox jiatks. One year by mall In ndynnce $5.00 On month by mall 50 One month by carrier within city limits "0 Entorwl na second -lns mattor t the rostofflce of Albuquerque, X. M., odor Act of Congress of March S. 1H79. The only Illustrated dally newspaper In New Mexico nnl the bert ad vertising medium of the Southwest. THE A l.B I'Q I'KIl Q I T! CITIZEV IS: The leading Kepiibllcnn dally and weekly newspaper of the Southwest. The advocate of Ilepubllcan principles ami the "Square Deul." the ALnrQrEitQrrc citizen' ils: The finest equipped Job department In New Mexico. Tlie latest reports by Associated Ire8 and Auxiliary News Sc trice. "WE GET T1IE NEWS FIUST." "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" Curry to Socorro Governor George Curry will go to Socorro Saturday, ami that day will be Curry Day at the Socorro county fair. The governor will travel In a special train, which will be run from Santa Fe to Socorro. There will be plenty of accommodations for every one who wishes to go to Socorro from this city or any point along the line. The governor will spend the day In the Socorro county Feat, eat dinner with his old friends In a cow camp and have a good time generally. The governor has also promised to make a speech and the people of Socorro are looking for one of those "rlght-to-the-point" sort of talks that the soldier-governor usually makes. The governor and party will return Saturday night on the same train and will reach Santa Fe before midnight. A number of Albuquerque people will Join the executive party when It passes through this city and It Is hoped that Albuquerque will have a large delegation on the train. We want the people of Socorro to visit our big fair and we ought to send as many people as possible to Socorro. And right here it might be well to recall to the minds of our readers, that the big territorial fair to be held next month, beginning the seventh day of October, will absolutely be the most Imposing of any ever seen in this territory. The governor will spend the entire week here. There are more attractions of all varieties than have ever been gotten together before In New Mexico and there won't be an idle minute during 'the entire week for those who are looking for recreation and a good time. There are so many horses entered for the races that the fair manage- ment has found It necessary to build a number of new stalls and enlarge the paddock. There are so many shows and carnival attractions that we don't Just know yet where we are going to be able to put them, i The big Are show Is already here and the first thing It demanded was an entire city block on which to erect Its buildings. It took up twice as much room as was expected and at that, Its present ' quarters are none too large. We use to think that one thing Albuquerque had was plenty of room, but since trying to accommodate this fair, we realize that we are growing. But the fair management will find room for all the attractions, If It has to move a building or two and those who visit the big fair can expect the time of their lives. Central avenue will be a living furnace of electric lights and shows -while the adjoining streets will also be filled with a dozen and one booths and tents. i . The fair management has been devoting considerable tlnja lately to . canvassing the city for hotel accommodations for those who wish to spend . the week here. The Citizen Is authorized to announce that there will be ,ample accommodations for all who come and that there will absolutely be . no "hold-up" prices at any of our hotels. ; If you think you have seen Albuquerque really entertain come to the big fair this time. What we have done In the past, isn't in the same class, 'This fair Is the biggest ever. Qs to Sating Corn WHY DID YOU COME WEST? To rest, recuperate, hunt, fish, breathe fresh purs air, see mountain scenerj't Kpt a change, live a new and fascinating life under new conditions and get food that needs no pure food law. That's why you came west! There is a beautiful little valley that nestles between the highest moun tains of the Ilocklea on the upper Pecos river; Ideal altitude, 7.000 feet, and temperature Identical with Albuquerque. Its streams swarm with trout and the woods and ranges are filled with game large and small. The ranchers live the life of the we. There are mountain lion, bear, deer and wolves for the hunter. There are saddle ponies to be had for the asking, rooms In a big, rambling ranch house with wide verandas, tent rooms or a cabin If you want It. The days sre never dull. You see a great ranch and the genuine western life. Fresh milk, butter and eggs all you can drink and eat. Sleep In blankets at nigh fish In your shirt sleeves during the day. You couldn't spend more than $9 a week If you tried. Its the place you are looking for. Accommodations for both men and women. Inquire this office or address THE VALLEY RANCH, Tecos, N. M. The San Jose Market FOR THOSE Who Want the Best $ F H Citron fx Strong Block h 1 i OUTOng Corner 2d and Copper d Tin MUUSE FURNISHERS TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS The Montgomery Advertiser: "One way to shatter love's young dream : )s to ee the dreamy-eyed girl you're In love with eating corn off the cob." That Is. a sad mistake, and we are surprised to see fuch a statement In , ho chivalric and courteous a contemporary. The Advertiser knows better. 1 It has been watching Alabama girls eat corn from the cob for years and i yeart ever since Its giddy and youthful days. In fact, which is a very long Hme ago and it let go the thoughtless remark recorded, we have no doubt, ' more as a petulant protest against the methods employed by some particul arly annoying female not familiar with the gentle art of eating corn au naturel than it did with Intent to Indict the fair sex in a sweeping or whole some manner. , As a matter of fact and Grandma Adveriser knows It nothing stirs the heartstrings of a youth more readily than the sight of a well-bred, good : looking, and laughing girl eating corn from the cob heartily, Joyously, and ! mayhap, hungrily. It Is the only satisfactory way to eat corn, anyhow! Corn boiled on the cob, and eaten with real, genuine country butter, is as different from corn prepared In other ways as is noon from evenlng-tlde. It Is Impossible for a girl to eat corn from the cob without smiling, dimpling ' and showing her pearly teeth every fellow's "best girl," of course, has pearly teeth. Moreover, In choosing corn thus prepared, and tackling It , unafraid and undismayed, she shows her generous measure of good, common aense and a suggestion of this, coupled with her natural coquettlshness, is never wasted on a level-headed man. Such a girl would be sure to serve ' Irish potatoes with their Jackets on, when rounded up finally and domesti cated. Even now, we are quite Fure, the Advertber Is sorry It spoke. Its lan- gruage would be set down as high treason were It not for the fact that Its long and honorable career suggests unthinking haste Instead. No one holds the sweet and blushing maidenhood of the land closer to Its heart than our Alabama contemporary metaphorically speaking, of courst and to be sure! Ve know. In truth, thafthls over-youthful veteran would sit for hours In the sunshine at 99 degrees and watch a bewitching Alabama girl eat corn from the cob. and never for a moment grow a-weary. "Shatter love's young ' dream," Indeed! It tends to intensify It threefold, and then some! Cfianges in ame aw rne roiiowing quotations were re- i celved by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers. over their own private wires rrom New York, room 37, Barnett building Albuquerque, September 24: New York Stocks. Amalgamated Copper 60 American Smelters 91H American Sugar 112 American Car Foundry 112 American Car Foundry 37 Atchison com &7 Anaconda 38 Baltimore and Ohio com 91 'i Brooklyn Hapid Transit 4 54 Erie com 164V4 Mexican Central 17 li New York Central 105 Northern Pacific 128 T,8 Pennsylvania 1197s Heading com 84 Buck Isfand com 19 Southern Pacific 85 St. Paul com 118 Union Pacific -...128 U. H. S. com 27 IT. S. S. pre 90 Greene Cananea 9 Shannon . . . 10 Va Calumet and Arizona Ill Old Dominion 24 Copper Bange 58 North Butte 47 Butte Coal 15 Santa Fe' Copper 2 Superior and Pittsburg 11 Summary of Condition. Xew York. Sept. 26. Americans in London steady, about parity. Bank of England rate remains at 4 Vt per cent. U. S. Steel corporation reports ian ing oft of 25 per cent In new busi- ne-Ts. Further cutting of steamship rates. Additional sales of Electo-copper at 15c. Fair demand for stocks In loan crowd. Southern requirements to move cotton now principal factor In money market. Chicago reports shipments of cur rency for crops lighter than at this time last year. V rein a Iron. Coal and cone sur plus for year ended June 30, $660,- U07. increase or S499.563. Eleven roads for third week or September show average grows in crease of 6.3 7 ner cent. Vice iPresident Hannarora oi Northern Pacific says trartic is very good and that there is no material falling off. Twelve industrials declined .39 per cent. Twenty active railroads declined 37 per cent. KiuiMtm City IJvewtock. Kansas Citv. Sept. 26. Cattle re- relnts 7.000. Market steady to strong, Southern steers $3.00 iv 4.50 ; southern cows $2.00?! 3.25; stockers $3.00OT 20; bulls $2.40C 3.75; calves 13.00'u 6.00; western steers $i.35(U5.Ja western cows $2.25ii 3.80. Sheen reeeluts 6000. Market steady Muttons $5.004i 6.00: lambs $6.00 7 20; range wethers $5.00 ft 5.65; fed ewes $4.50 ? 6.50. I I ABOUT TOWN For the benefit of sportsmen, the Las Vegas Optic gives the following summary of the territorial game law; As October 1 marks the open, or shooting season, for most game In this territory, a short resume of the game laws of New Mexico may not come amiss to many of the ardent sportsmen who have not had tjme to read up on the subject. Only one act pertaining to game was passed by the last legislature, and that was an act changing the season for deer, doves and quail, which law authorized the county commissioners to extend the open season for iuall two months In any precinct on petition of twenty-live residents. (See Chap. 105.) Tfie open or snooting season ror flint-rent game Is as follow: Deer, with horns, October 15 to December 1. Quail, native or crested. October 1 to February 1, and season may be extended as above explained. Mountain grouse, prairie chicken, wild turkey, October 1 to January 1. In the above dates the last day Is not Included In the open season. Turtle dove, July 15 to May 1. Deer without horns, elk and mountain sheep are protected all the year round, and must not be killed. Antelope enjoy a dosed season until March 13. 1910, and bob white ' quull, pheasants and wild pigeon are Immune until the same ilat. while there is no open season for ptarmigan. The laws of the territory prohibit the export of all game for market and the sale of all protected game taken with In the territory. Joe Cannon Talks." says the Arizona Daily Star. You bet he does and the worst of It Is that Uncle Joe doesn't heslt;he about the kind of lan guage to use either. The Arizona Sentinel is greatly worried over the president's future and what he will do when he leaves the White Houe. There Is no cause for alarm along those lines. What Wall street would like to know is what he won't do. The Silver City Independent I advocating the organization of a Grant county fair a&sotiallon. That's light. Get in line. The Santa Bosa Sun doesn't know Just where It stands on the statehood question yet. I'liliniro livestock. Chicago, Sept. 26. Cattle receipts S.ioiO. Market steady. Beeves $4.10 ii 7.25; cows $ 1 .25 it 5.40; Texas steers and feeders $2.601i 5.00. Sheep receipts, 10,000. Market steady. Western $3.00 (a 5.50 : year lliiKs $5.404i C. 30; lambs $4.754j7.30 wethers $4.75'i 7.40. Cliic'iitio Produce Market. Chicago, Sept. 26. Closing quota tiers: Wheat Sept. 96 Dec. t.00 ? Corn Sept. 62 ; Dec. 58. at Sept. 52; Dec. 62. Pork 'ct. $14.20; Jan. $15.20. Lard Oct. $9.07; Jan. $8.70. Bibs oct. $k.15; Jan. $7.92. Bedding, Comforts, Blankets WiW Wc havc ust rcceived our compfee line 'J&&J$&S of Beddinp or trie winter- Our nrW IE fj ate 33 1-3 per cent less than our competitors, and you lose money when S YOU DON'T BUY FROM US Watch This Space for Prices on the Celebrated "ACOBN" Heating Stoves New York Money Market. New Yolk. Sept. 26. Money on call firmer. 2 Ci 4 per cent. Prima mercantile paper 6 C(i 7 per cent. cv York Metal Market. New York. Sept. 26. Lead easy, $4.60414.75; Lake copper dull $154 1 5 '4 ; silver 67 c. St. Ixiiils SKitcr Market. St. Louis, Sept. 26. Speller ttrong. j.l 5 't 5.20. St. Iiuis Wool Market. St. Louis, Sept. 26. Wool sti unchanged. IB.l: ASSOKTMKNT V NKW M vrrm '.ssi :k. roMmit rs. pn.- I-OUS AM) IlLWKiriS. MIIKKIt Altl.lt K, 200 t:SV CKVl'BAL aykxu:. -Take DeWltt's Kidney and Blad der Pilla for backache, weak kidney.' and Inflammation of the bladder. Sold by J. H. O'Bielly & Co. John Sikes left this mornlnir for Santa Fe on business. Miss Nell Patchln is renorted ciuite seriously 111 at her home on the Highlands. Attorney W. Tt. Childers returned to the city last night from a business trip to Ius Vegiu. Governor Curry will leave early next week for W. Louis, where he will meet the president. A marriage license was granted this afternoon to Emma H. Hufheins and Walter 11. Grant, both of Bland N. M. J. F. Snlvely, of the Harvey curio rooms, and wife, returned last night trom a lew weeks vacation spent in ivansas iiy una cnicago. A man named Bert Wellington was lined 10 in police court this morning for beh-S drunk and disorderly. A marriage license was Issued to day to Louisa Layles and Cay K Ellelbach, both re'dents of Albu querque. Architect F. W. Spencer has just completed plans ror a modern five room cottage for Itafael Garcia of this city. It is reported that there was light frost on the east slope of the Sandla mountains last night. This Is the first frost of the season. Last night was Foresters night at the Crystal theater and several hun dred were proent. There will be regular meeting of the lodge tonight. H. O. Bursum. who spent yester day here on business, left last night for Socorro, where he will aid in making the Socorro county fair a success. The county commissioners will hold a meeting on October 3. All persons holding accounts against the county are requested to send them as soon as possible. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wright of Al bunuerque, will leave tonight for a short visit with friends in Kansas City and Chicago. They will attend the annual Priests of Pullas carnival in Kansas City. Inspector A. O. Waha. of the for est service, left last night for the Black Mesa, South, national forest in Arizona to make an examination of lands applied to be listed as agri cultural land. The regular meeting of the Wom an's club will be held in the club house Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The club extends an invitation to all teachers in the public schools to be come members of the club or attend the sessions as guests. At 4 o'clock this morning occur red the death of John O'Brlan at the age of thirty years. The deceased was a merchant of St. Joseph, Mo., and had been in this city only two months. The remains will be taken to St. Joseph for burial. A special communication of Tem ple Lodge, No. 6, A. F. and A .M., will be held at the Ma-sonlc temple this evening at 8 o'clock. Work in F. C. and M. M. degrees. Visiting Masons are cordially invited. By or der of the W. M. Frank II. Moore, acting secretary. Two herds of sheep owned by James Porter and George Campbell, of Snowllake, Ariz., being driven Jointly from eastern New Mexico to western Arizona, passed over Barelas bridge Tuesday, and were traveling easily and making good headway. There were about 10,000 head in the herd. Comiuuiy E, New Mexico national guard and the First ltegiment band have moved from their old hall in old town to new and more commo dious ouarters in the Armijo build ing on the west side of the plaza. The band will leave for Socorro to attend the Socorro county fair tomor row evening. The first annual meeting of the Children's Home society will be held according to requirement the first Wednesday of October, at Boswell, N. M. The meeting will be held at the resilience of James Barclay Beeves, on North Main street, at 3:30 p. m. The annual report will m given and officers elected for the ensuing term. Most cordially yours, Charles E. Lukens, Superintendent. A large number of people who happened to be at the corner of Cen tral avenue and Second street at 8 o'clock this morning were startled at seeing a m alive fall over in the street and av as still as deatn. nev eral ran to the ihiin, but before they could offer any assistance, he began to move, opened his eyes and got up Hunter's Delight A Good Gun am Ammunition i Winchester Repeaters Remington Automatics L. C. Smith Guns Colts Iver Johnson and Har rington & Richardson Revolvers Ammunition By the Car Load If you need anything in this line call or write to us Our Prices Can't be Beat McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. f5i FALL OPENING After months of preparation for our fall and winter trade Ve now take pleas ure in announcing that we have on sale two of the leading clothing houses in the United States. The Washington and Alfred Benjamin & Go. Come, see our artistically cut and elegantly tailored Suits and overcoats the clothing that captures the town. See our long line of the season's correct hats. Neckwear, shirts gloves and other fine toggery M. Mandell, Fine Clothing and Furnishings i Nettleton Fine Shoes Crosset Shoes mil walked awav. It all happened so ouicklv that it was not ascertain ed whether the man was joking or really suffered from some malady. J. II. Hreed arrived from Winslow, Ariz, last iiiitht with two racers. which have been entered in the ter ritorial fair races. One "Shutter Maid," is a pacer, and the other, H'he.iter" is a trotter. Mr. Breed says that Winslow will contribute a large number of people to tne lair crowd. The Winslow baseball team. which has entered In the baseDau tournament, is practicing dally get ting In shape for the tournament. During the next two weeks Albu querque will have better fire pro tection than she has ever had In her history. The "Fighting the Flames" fire company will stand in readiness to respond to every tire alarm and be present ut every fire that may possibly take place. With the equip ment of two fire engines, two hose carts and the aerial truck, this com pany Is as well fitted to fight a big tire as the lire companies of any large city. A number of Albuquerque colored people calling themselves the Merry Makers club, met last night at the home of Mrs. C. G. Fields, 311 North Arno street, and had a very pleasant time playing games and dancing. The affair was in honor of Miss Ma rie I'earee, of St. Louis, who Is in the city on a visit to relatives. Those present were: A. B. Montgomery, i'. G. Fields, Misses Anita Mauiline. Jessie Jasper. Mlsi I'earee, J. 11. Hramlett. J. C. Click, L. 1. Mosby, K. A. Williams. "Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil is the bet remedy for that often fatal dis ease croup. His been used with n-ccess In our family for eight years." Mrs. L. Whiteucre, liufTalo, N. V. KANSAS SENATOR WOULD ANNEX CUBA Chester I. Ixmg Says Island Will . Soon Ask For Admission as V. t. Territory. A HOT timi: MIU roit l'lXU'lj; WHO Bl'V Ol lt HKAT I0BS. KKK WIVIKIW IMSIMjAY. SCIIKKU & WAHLICK, HAY X OLDS 1111L1HNG. Subscribe for Ttwt CTUscn anil get tbe news. . i'. Kansas City. Mo., Sept. 26. That the I'nlted States will some day an nex Cuba as a dependent state Is the prediction of Chester I. Long, United states senator from Kansas. He ad dressed about 5,000 negroes of Kan. sas city a) e annual emancipation exercises aT Booker Washington park. West side. "We gave Cuba independence," he said, "but it will become a part of the United states. In my opinion the time is not far distant when Uncle 8am will take Cuba as his own. It will try government for Itself, but will take refuge under our flag In the end!" Senator Long spoke more than two hours. Here are Borne other ex tracts from his address: "Discussion of the repeal of the fiurtenth and fifteenth amendments are useless. The time will never come when those amendments will be taken from the constitution. "Disfranchisement, no matter un der what guise, Is wrong, and con gress must see to It by appropriate legislation that the suffrage granted to you people by the fifteentli amendment, is enforced in every state in the union. "In thirty-five years you hav doubled in number. The more of you there are he better you will get along and the less llk'iy are you to be trampled upon. Keep m grow ing. When you can agree win the Bible and Presid' nt Hvisevti:. ind when they both agree, you are pretty sure to be right." fitops itching Instantly. Cures piles, eczema. salt rheum, tetter, itch, hives, herpes, scabies Loan's Oint ment. At any drug store. THE WM. U. WEST JUBILEE MINSTRELS It has long been pretty generally conceded that Messrs. Graham, Ev rett and ftuart, who are at the head and front of the skilful dancing forces attached to the William H. West Big Jubilee Minstrels, are by all odds the greatest terplchoreau artists on any stage. The fantastic and agile foot exercise indulged in by these gentlemen have ever ar rested the attention of expert judges, and it has always been a source of wonderment how the nimble and dexterous step movements are so adroitly executed In perfect harmony to the most difficult music time. Manager Hicaby is proud of this dancing acquisition as will be seen from the announcements regarding the engagement tomorrow evening at the Klks' opera house of the re nowned West Minstrel organization. Health In tlie Canal Zone. The high wages paid make it a mighty temptation to our young ar tisans to join the force of skilled workmen needed to construct the Panama Canal. Many are restrained however by the fear of fevers and malaria. It is tbe knowing ones those who have used Electric Bitters, who go there without this fear, well knowing they are safe from malari ous influence with Electric Bitters on hand. Cures blood pols n too, bil iousness, weakness and all stomach, liver and kidney troubles. Guaran teed by all druggists. 60c. International Poultry FinmI, Skm k IhI, Worm Powder, Silver lino Milillient. i:. W. let', 602-UOl Sotitll Fir.t mi-col. If you want anything on earth, you can get It through the want columns of The Evening Citizen. We get results.