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ALBUQUERQUE - EVENING CITIZEN.
rAGK FOUR. KATVimw, onronrn i, io7. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W- ' ' 1 .i .i . .i .i ii. -.''P-. 11 W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR siRsoRirnos katks. One rear by mall In advance .., $5.00 One month by maJI &0 One month by carrier within vitj limit 60 Entered as second -cln.n matter at the rostofflce of Albuquerque, Jf. M.t ader Act of Congress of March 8. 1879. The only lllustrntetl dally newspaper In New Mexico and the be ad vertising medium of the Southwest. THK AliBrQt'TTRQl'K CITIZKN IS: The leading; lU'pnlilican dally and weekly newspaper of the Southwest. The advocate of Republican principles and the "Square Deal." the Ai.nrQrr.nQVE crn7.EX has: The flnet equipped Job drartment In New Mexico. The latest reports by Associated Press and Auxiliary News Serrtca. ' "WE GET THE NEWS F1HST." "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" WHAT DOES IT COST YOU TO LIVE? Pitchers full of rich creamy milk dozens of freshly laid egg beef lllcd on the range. Fish and ftame and pure mountain air. A genuine Id ranch house nestling In the prettiest valley In New Mexico. The Pecos river filled with mountain trout right at the door. Saddle horses, guns, fishing tackle, traps and dogs at your service. There Is not a more Ideal place to rest, recuperate and fee the real life of the west anywhere In the world. The round up Is now on and the horcs from the range .will be broken In a few weeks. Kvery minute teems with a new and wholesome Interest fur you If you have never lived on a ranch. Dally stage to the railway station. YOU ColI.D.VT WEND MURE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WEEK F TOO TRIED. If you have come west to spend the winter, don't stuy In .town. .Inquire this office or address The Valley Ranch, Pecos, New Mexico. tffte Pecpte. It Is to the credit of our people of Albuquerque and of Bernalillo county that they are circulating petitions for a meeting for the purpose of forming a statehood league in this county, which will form a part of the territorial league. The meeting has been called for Monday evening, at 7:30 o'clock, over Zelger's Cafe, and The Citizen hopes that it will be attended as largely as possible. The cause Is one for the common good without partisanship, pol itics of any brand, and without personal good for one more than for all. It is rarely the case that the people can one and nil find something upon which each and every one may unite without dissension. This Is one of those rare occasions when any man, woman or child, who can oppose state hood does not merit consideration. The Citizen does not believe that one rr.an can be found In this city who would oppose statehood. In fact, the sentiment Is very strong all over ihe territory so strong that It Is statehood or a fight with the people of New Mexico, from our governor down. Everyone should get out Monday night and help form the organization that will represent Bernalillo county in the statehood campaign. Governor Curry has addressed an open letter to the people of Berna lillo county, which wJll be read before the assembly. It Is an open and frank statement of his views and policies and all should hear It. Harmony should be the sentiment and the fact, and statehood, regard less of party, should be the sole object as It will be. ABOUT TOWN j Q6out Our 5air. The Citizen at the close of the twenty-seventh territorial fair said that the fiesta had been a success In every way. The Citlz:en believes that the people generally will agree with such a statement. 'But today The Citizen's attention Is called to a letter given some undue publicity In the morning paper of this city, which Is a subtle sort of a knock In its way. A little weekly paper at San Marcial also takes an open stand against our fair, and accuses the business men and the people of Albuquerque of holding up the fair visitors. Regarding the letter in question, The Citizen has nothing to say ex cept that the morning paper should show more public spirit than not to resent an attack, no matter how veiled upon this city and upon Its people. The fair manage r..a.U may have made some mistakes. Those anen, who never handled anything of the sortbefore, who were not professional show men and who donated a great deal more time, labor and thought to the fair than they received pay for, would have been more than human had they not made some mistakes. But whatever else may be said, they worked like Trojans for the fair, and they honestly and consclentously tried to give the people the biggest fair for the least money, as they promised In their advertisements. More over they did It. The fair management did not solicit their Jobs. The citizens had to beg them to accept the positions of trust and responsibility because it was necessary to have representative business men at the head of that fair. The fair officials acted 'only from public spirit and The Citizen feels that they gave the best In them to the big fair. No set of men on earth could do more. Mistakes we all make and the mistakes made by the present fair management sink Into Insignificance before mistakes of other lair officials In New Mexico and elsewhere, No better fair officials have ver teen at the head of our territorial fairs than those who handled the twenty-seventh as far as conscientious Intentions and hard work go. Regarding the San Marcial paper, which is a new arrival In the field, fcoth as regards its management and Its knowledge of things territorial, The Citizen desires to recall the fact that this paper without reward of any ' kind, donated one entire issue to the Socorro fair and without boasting, knows that it was Instrumental in sending hundreds of people to that fair. The Citizen worked for the Socorro fair as faithfully as It did for the big territorial fair and donated column after column of reading matter to aid that fair for weeks In advance. What did the San Marcial paper do? With its limited circulation of reome two hundred copies, it contributed its little mite to the Socorro fair The Citizen does not desire to detract from Its good work, but this paper and the people of Albuquerque supported the Socorro fair to the last ditch Some of our people who weut to Socorro had mighty slim accommodations out no one heard them charge swindle, nor did The Citizen attack the fair management. This paper realized the difficulties under which the towns and cities of this territory struggled In giving public affairs of any kind and Instead of knocking, The Citizen opened every column of Its front page to Bay a kind word for the Socorro fair. The Socorro fair will no doubt be an annual event and It can always count on the support of this paper. The territorial fair Is an annual event and The Citizen will back it up to the last Oltch. The only thing this paper can say to the San Marcial edator Is that his caliber must be pretty small when ha listens to a few knockers and publishes their remarks. Kuch people are the kind who retard every community and wno are never happier than when they can break Into print with a knock that damages their neighbor. The editor of the San Marcial paper did not vlBlt our fair as a Citizens staff representative did the Socorro fair, and his Information is at bet second-handed. Ordinarily, the San Marcial paper would be too small for The Citizen to notice In an affair of this kind were It not for the fact that The Citizen Is always ready to listen to tha weekly publications of this territory, no mat ter how limited their field may be, because The Citizen is Just optimistic enough to believe that each one is opening the field for a dally paper In a ew jears, wnen statehood for New Mexico is no longer the cry, but a realty. The territorial fair management did its duty as It saw it and deserves the credit It has received and the support of every New Mexican. The Citlaen does not desire to open a newspaper controversy since the lair is over and gone, but this paper will at no time sit idly by and watch nonesi, conscientious men charged with things of which they are Innocent no matter how small the paper making the charge nor how low-down the Knocner wiio furnishes the material for such charges out of whole cloth It is a shame that The Citizen Is called upon to take the field in defense ui Borne or me uesi ana most honorable citizens in New Mexico. The uiuzen nope u wm not occur again. The dispatch from Cincinnati reporting the Incident of a street car conductor beating off two highwaymen with a chicken which he was taking home for dinner almost exceeds the limit of plausibility, says the Kansas uuy limes. ,ut mat the chicken could not be utilized as an effective weapon, of course but that a street car conductor could afford such a lux Ury at the prevailing price of chickens. Or is this merely an attempt on the part of Cincinnati to discount the feat of the Kansas City conductor who paia me expenses or himself und wife on a tour of Europe out of the money hi; eaveu iiom ins salary.' The latest thing In flat life In New York is a three-story bed. scraper Idea has about reached the limit. This sky Orief over a patient's death caused a Georgia doctor to commit suicide, But they are jiot all that way. Now that the base ball season Is over the favorite sons may expect to get the usual press notices. A Nebraska couple have Just married for the fourth time. There I nothing like varying the monotony. Isn't the approach of Christmas shopping season enough for a tight money market? ' I TURKEYS lr Sunday we have a few cJiolec, fat turkeys. Order early, they will not Ins long. the Young Ducks. Sptings and Hens A jrood supply of choice fancy stock. Call anil Inspect before Inn clcewhcre. Bismarck Kraut New shipment. Just opened up. Bismarck Kraut Is the finest In market. 15c per quart. OYSTERS Are nmv arriving dally, and supply Is more plentiful. Our N. Y. Counts nnd Blue. Points come to n In Kcalshtpt Carriers direct from the packer on Ixniff Island Sound from (.rent South Bay. N. V. This bay has Ioiik been famous for producing the finest flavor ed nnd futtct oysters in the world. a? 1 1 1 1 ; n a F. H. STRONG Furniture, Crockery, Glassware, Rugs, Stoves STRONG BLOCK UtHTtUf Itttl Ifc-cils lTlcil for llccord. Oct. IS. W. C. Wood and wife to Peter O. Walker, north 3 7'4 feet of lot 9, block 3, Lewis & Simonds addition. Oct. 19. Albuquerque Land Co. to D. F. Gill, see record for description. arrca-fe" Miss Emma L. this afternoon 418 liazeldlne was made at Rev. Thompson, Indian school, Fine new pears at the Richelieu Grocery. S. Horabln, of Kettner, Is In the city on business. Born, last night to Mr. nnd Mr. C. H. Appleton, of West Fruit avenue, a son. Just received a consignment of fresh oranges at the Richelieu Gro cery. Born, yesterday, to Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hock, of 116 Marble avenue, a son. Mrs. J. W. Miller and son are In the city from the Jerhez Hot Springs visiting and shopping. Three boys, charged with fighting and raising a disturbance at the depot last night were arraigned before the police Judge this morning and were fined $5 each. lA cripple who gave the name of George Green, was arraigned before Police Judge Craig this morning on the charge of being drunk on the streets. He pleaded guilty and was given five days in Jail. The San Jose Restaurant on Cen tral avenue will open Monday un der the old management. The pat ronage of all former patrons Is so licited. The funeral of Wilson took place from the residence, avenue. Interment Falrview cemetery, of the Presbyterian presided. Notice W. W. A., we now have the required number for a "Good fellowship" camp, and there will be a special meeting at 409 West Hun lng avenue iMonday evening for the purpo.se of transacting the business necessary. By order of C. E. Pal mer, secretary. Train No. 2 of yesterday arrived at 11 o clock last illic it. the wreck which causpd the delay occurred at Magdad. one of. the 1600 engines went mrougn a small oridge weak ened by rain, piling up a freight train. Passengers on No. 2 report rain an the way from California, with some snow on the San Francis co mountains. The need of the Increased trackage facilities of the local passenger sta tion was very evident this morning. There were seven passenger trains In the local station at one time. Three train from the east. No. 10 from the south and a train load of soldiers from the coast east bound. Train No. 10 arrived on schedule time, but did not leave until 8:30. Much of this delay was caused by crowded condition or the yards. The remains of Mrs. Mary Codo gan arrived here this morning from r lagstarr, Ariz., and were burled this afternoon In the family burial lot in panta Karbara cemetery. 'Mr. 'and airs. John lxdogan, of Las Vegas. attended the funeral. Mrs. Codogan formerly lived here and before her death requested that her remains be burled here. She was 86 years old at tne time or her death. The fu neral took place from the Strong chapel. Where To St. John' I'.nisi'oiMil Church Worship with sermon by the rector. ii. W. Fletcher took, at 11 a. m., and' 7:30 p. m. The subjects of the sexmons will be "Does God Care," and "The Sayer or Doer, Which?" P First Metliodlst Fpiscopnl Church The Rev. J. C. Rollins, D. D., pas tor. The Sunday school meets at 9:45. Morning worship with sermon by pastor at 11 o'clock. Epworth League meets at 6:30. All young peo ple invited. O Christian Slciicc Service Sunday at 11 a. m. at room 25, Grant build ing, corner of Central avenue and Third street. Subject, "Probation After Death." Sunday school at 9:45. Wednesday evening testimonial meet. lng at 7:30. Reading room open daily to 4 p. m. , The Baptist Church J. A. Shaw, pastor. Preaching at 11 a. m. Sub ject, "What Slie Is," and at 7:30 p. m. Subloct. "D. U. D." Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Young people.s meeting at 6:30 p. m. The public rftirllnllv Inv Irt I n tha m Ai-nlnO lames Collister will sing "Face To ace. cnorus. cnotr in tne evening CoiiirregiuloiiiU Church Corner of Broadway and Coal avenue. Rev, Wilson J. Marsh, pastor. All strang ers welcome. Morning service at 11 o'clock. " '' Organ Prelude.! ' Gloria. Anthem "Jubilate 'Deo '. . .Williams Choir. Offertory Solo "The Lord Is Mind ful of His Own From. tt. Paul" ,. . Mendelssohn Mrs. S. B. Miller. Sermon by pastor Subject, "Be tween Faith and Doubt. Postlude. Mrs. R. H. Lester, organist. Evening servlcewat 7:30 o'clock. Usual praise sorvice. Subject of address, "Reckoning Without God.' Christian Church Corner Broad way and Gold avenue. Bible school at 10 a. m. Subject, '-Ihe Faun That Captured Jerlco." Sermon at 11 a. m.. following the Communion. Subject, "The Most Excellent Way." Evening at 7:4. an evangelistic ser vice will be conducted, at which any question will be discussed that may be seriously presented. One already handed in which will be taken up and answered from a negative view: Does the Scriptures Teac'h That God is a Trinity of Persons?" While not taking the common unitarian view, nor the current trlnltarlan position, the pastor will discuss the subject from a purely scriptural standpoint. Minn Eva Mlze will render the solo, Tears of Christ, accompanied ny Miss Wilson on the piano, and Miss Vera Flemmlng on the violin. E. A. Child, iinlnlster. Burtlctte is coming. When Ik' was mailc there niw no more like him anil there cnii never be another Bob llurdittc. Hour him Tuesday night TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED A girl for general house- wrok. Mrs. Hopewell, 619 West opper a yen u e. Hill KENT Very nice 3-ronin apartment. wi:h modern conven ienees .furnished for housekeeping I -''. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Six room dwelling handy to shops. 1 15. Lloyd Hun saker, 'JH5 West Gold avenue. fuilil-hed large FOR RENT Three room modern house with bath. yard. 1024 North Second street. FOll S.K OH KENT, FI HMSII F.l Oil l'XFCKMNIII.I JtFKl Di:Ci: AT 20J NORTH EDITH APPLY ON PHKMISKS Oil OLD TOWN I'OSTOFFHT'i, Hurdctte the biughiiuc philosophy Is coming. He will lecture on "Han die" ai the oM-ra Itouse Tueiluy lUK'U. tickets at Alul.sou s. See Our Complete Line' of 1907 Radiant Home Heaters The Most Elegant Base Burners Made TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS New York Money Market. , New York. Oct. 19. Money on call nominal. Prime mercantile pa per 7 per cent. New York Metal Market. New York, Oct. 19. Lead quiet, $4.55 'K4.75; Lake copper quiet, 12V4 li 12 . Silver 60C. St. Ixiuls Wool Market. St. lmis, Oct. 19. Wool steady. Territory and western mediums 20 u 25c; tine medium 19W23c; flue 17 it 20 c. Also Inspect Our Large Line of Coles Hot Blast HEATERS tu n..- r ii juicy jjuhi jCpveryining m We Carry the Largest Line of Ranges, Base Burners, Heaters, Cook and S Oil Stoves in New Mexico. 5; I Mcintosh Hardware Co. f Wholesale and Retail Hardware of All Descriptions. V Clothes for Little Men AND YOUNG MEN CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IS A HOBBY OF OURS WTe aim to have the choicest styles and the best display.. This makes our Children's Clothing Department the favored place when mothers are making selection for their little men. Our stock is at present teeming with the brightest and best things from the World's Best Maker of Ederheimer Stein & Go. M. MANDELL FINE CLOTHING & FURNISHING Kiiiish-i City Livestock. Kansas City. Oct. 19. Cattle fe ci lids 3.000; unchanged. Sheep receipts 6,300. Market nom inally steady. Muttons $5.00 it 5.50; lambs $6.(11117.50; range wethers $4.755.611; fed ewes $4.00 'ij 5.75. Chlcugo ldvcKtock. Chicago. Oct. 19. Cattle receipts, 1.5H0. Market steady. Beeves $4.iO(4 7.35; cows $1.5uii 5.30; Texans $3.76 (ii4.70; calves $5.50 (ii 8.25 ; westerns $4.midi 6. do; stockers $2.50&4.76. Sheep receipt? 3.000. Market steady. Western $3. 00i 5.60; year lings $").40ii 6.00; Iambs $4.75&7.40; w estern $4.75 (((' 7.35. Chlcii(.'i rroduce Market. Chicago, Oct. 1 9.--Closing quota tions: Wheat Inc. 1.04; May 100 100!.. 60; May 62. 63': May 65 (ff 66. $15.60; May $1(15. $9,174: Jan. $8 97 t4. 7.7C, Jan. $8.97 fe. Corn Dec. Oats Dec. 1'ork Jan. Iard Oct. nibs r tu . REDUCTION $AlL PIANO We prosose to reduce our JHiglh Grade Pianos, and during tihe next ten days will sell pianos at BARGAIN PRICED Tlhe Question Iss Are you interested in buying' a Piano? If you are, come and see us. First come Hirst clhoice P PIANOS Learnard &ILenbemann 206 WEST GOLD AVENUE