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T Q LBXJQtTEKQTIE EVENING CITIZEU. monkey, ot-ronwt M. iot. pAGfi pom. r WHAT DOES IT COST YOU TO LIVE? THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY '4 Pitchers full of rich creamy milk dozens of freshly laid eggs beef killed on the. range. Fish and frame and pure mountain air. ' A genuine F. H, STRONG Strone Block old ranch house nestling in the prettiest valley In Ntw Mexico. The Fecot river filled with mountain trout right at the door. Paddle horses; guna, By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ashing tackle, tmn and aog at your service I Place to rest, recuperate and ee the real life There Is not a mora Ideal life of the west anywhere In the world. The round up Is now on nnd the horses irom the range will he broken W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN In a few weeks. Every minute teems with a new and wholesome interest MANAGING EDITOR for you If you have never lived on a ranch. Dally stnge to the railway station. YOU COULDN'T SPKND MORE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WEEK IF YOU TRIED. SCBSClUmON KATES. If you have come west to spend the winter, don't stny In town, .inquire this office or address The Valley Ranch, Pecos, New Mexico. One year by mall In advance , One month hy maJ 1 Om month by carrier within city limits. .95.00 HOUSE FURNISHINGS Cash, or Installment Entered as seeond-rUiM matter at the Postoffloe- of Albuquerque, X. Mder Act of Congress of March S, 187. Th only lllnstrated dally newspaper In New Mexico and the bewt axi ng metllnra of tlie Southwest. THK ALnrQUEKQlTB CITIZEN IS: The leading Repobllcan dally and weekly newspaper of the Ronthwe. TUe advocate of Itcpubllcan principles and tlte "Square Deal." THE ALnCQfEUQCE crraEN nAS: The flnert equipped Job department In New Mexico. The latest reports by Associated Pre and Auxiliary News Service. WE GET THE NEWS FIRST. "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO' in ifte tfie orrVs IHcrcy Like the Lord's mercy, the Estancla valley as a farming district puswfh understanding. Saturday The Cltlwn In a page of solid reading, told In a limited way of the development of the great valley which has marked a new era tn ag riculture In this territory." The Citizen could not do the subject Justice It takes an eve view of the great valley to do that. - Less than ten years ago. the old timer would laugh when you spoke ot raising crops In the Estancla valley. Today there are ten thousand happy, prosperous people wllhtn the confines of the new farming district and this year the crops ,brok9 all rec ordseven for western Kansas In her early days. Th farmer. hn have settled in the BMancIa valley and who are rwlRinir rrona on what wan once semi-arid grazing lands, have brokeaVtfil precedents In the southwest. They simply came there, settled on the land, cultivated It and nature did the rest. No one knows how It happened. In fact. It apparently dldnt happen. iThat land has been laying there all these years awaiting the coming of the men with nerve enough and sense enough to tackle what looked like a hopeless proposition. The Estancla valley Is not now to be considered In the experimental stage as It was a few years ago. The lands have shown what they can do and the men who are directing the plow shares are the ones who made Nebraska, Kansas and Oklahoma blossom as a garden. There 1s f till land left In the valley but not much of It. It Is not in the hands of land agents, dealers or land sharks. It Is good old govern ment land to be had fur the taking. The Citizen would like to advertise that land In the countless poverty-stricken homes of the ea.t, where It wo ii lil nut manv a nrvnr devil on his feet and bring health and nlenty to many a half starved family ! The Estancla valley is making homes and good homes, too, Tor hun dreds and hundreds of men of small means. It Is developing Into an agri cultural center unique In our history but even richer than some " of the .rtestan and other Irrigated districts. , - . There la no understanding It there Is no means by which It can be easoned out, ' The valley Is simply rich In natural moisture, and wonder- ' ttlly fertile soil. Jt Is a great big garden set between the mountains and will soon very soon, be at the head ot our agricultural districts. -The pufh and public spirit of Us citizens has had a share In the making f the valley and Inducing Immigration, bat for a farmer who knows a km to see those greet level stretches of and,-simply means that he won't m satisfied until he has located there. :The Citizen as well as the balance of New Mexico la watching the de velopment of the big valley with great Interest since it is perhaps demons- rating what can be done and what will be done with much of the ao-callod emd-arld lands in our territory. ; The Estancla valley J a wonder among wenders, and the men who lave demonstrated what it is, deserve a monument among tho pioneers of .New Mexico. BLUE POINTS Form the aristrooracy among oysters." No others equal them delicacy of flnvor or in purity of their white moat. 1 Uglier prices aro asked for tliem an they arc considered by epicures to be Uie cltolcettt oysters obtainable. The only Uluo rolnt bed In the X'nlted States are located in tlte fireat houth Hay, on the south shore of Iong Inland. Tills bay In fed by the Atlantic and numerous streams of cold, sparkling spring water from tho Long Island tdiore. There are no cities or factories along Oil nhore, so that tho water Is entirely pure and free from contamination. We obtain our lihie Points in Keolslilpt Carriers direct from tho packers in Long Inland. Shipments dally. To See Is to Bay t ABOUT TOWN 4 itttmiinif nil IHitls FlhHl for Record. ' Oct. 28 Hurety Investment Co. to Lillian Munger, lot 16, block 13. I'erea addition, 176. Cella Markowitz and husband to M. W. Flournoy, lot 12 F block 5, N. T. Armijo addition, No. 2. $600. . M. W. Flournoy and wife to Santa Fe Coast Line Hospital association lot 12. block 6, N. T. Armijo addition, No. 2, $600. f i I t I ( ( I f ( I o ( I f METHODISTS CLOSE THEIR CONFERENCE F0RJ907 Dr. - Rollins Returned And Other Appointments Announced. William Allen White, the versatile editor and iwriten has queer Ideas. He la "full of them. Some of them are not half baa and some of them won't be so bad thirty years from! now. Bat queer ideas and a '"long head" go together and "Bill" White makes his ideas pay from a literary stand point and otherwise. The following from White's paper, the Emporia Gazette, about the "mean old cuss," who says mean things, might be termed a queer Idea, but 1U the truth and hits some one In every town. ' The Gazette says: "The most unpopular citizen of Emporia 4s a man who takes great pride in the fact that he 'always ays what he thlnkB.' "He calls It 'talking from the shoulder. It affords him a great deal ot pleasure to say disagreeable things, and the only thtng that mars that pleasure is the fact that people don't seem, to appreciate blm. In Tact, they avoid bm as much as possible, and they count it an omen of ill when they see him coming, and they can't get away. "The polite, cheery man is the one we are all glad to see; the man who has a pleasant word and a kindly eye; who looks as though be believed life to be a good thing; who thinks well of himself and of his neighbors; who If he happens to have a sore head, does his best to keep the knowledge from the public. " 'Speaking your mind' simply means being disagreeable; and the uni formly disagreeable man is the loneliest mortal on the face of the arth. If your tongue is a three-cornered file, use it as little as you can." .The Torrance County Leader, is the name of the new raper at Estancla .and Volume one. Number one, now on the exchange desk of The Citizen makes a very creditable showing. The Citizen welcomes the new paper Into the fold as it takes pleasure In doing with every paper that comes t New Mexico. We need them. The more papers we have the quicker the territory will advance and develop. The newspaper Is the leader of civi lization, of development and of progress. There is a particular pleasure In seeing the Leader enter the Torrance county field. It Is a republican paper and Torrance county needs a little missionary work along those lines which the Leader shows a disposition ts provide. The paper is neat, well edited and above the average of the weekly paper In New Mexico. It Is In Torrance county to grow up with th Estancla valley. The Citizen be lieves It has found a placer in the most promising newspaper field In the territory and that Its success is assured. Mrs. Robert N. Maxwell, the editor and publisher, Is an enterprising woman, who has had plenty of experience in her work and knows the ins and outs of a newspaper. Be ing a woman, fhe deserves success In more than ordinary degree and the support 4f the Estancla valley. , 'Exchange: A stranger dropped Into the circuit clerk's office In Lancas ter and chatted awhile with the sheriff and constables, finally remarking that he was helpless among o many officials. One of the oftleers Jokingly replied that they might even compel him to take out a marriage license, but the stranger protested it eot too much. The officers said they would attend to that if he could furnish the girl. The stranger was game and a license was duly made out. "Thank you, gentlemen," he said, as he put it In his pocket, "That was whut I came to town for." Exchange: Russia Is the largest seller of eggs In the world. She sells to foreign countries l.DOO.UdO.OUO dozens nearly every year. In ls94 she sent abroad 1.475.00,00u eKg; In 1SK7, 1,7 J7,000.0'i0, and In 1898 1.831. 600,000, H-r sales are all the time increasing. That probably explain where some of our "ca.-e" eggs come from. Albuquerque was certainly "dry" yesterday, hungry and few other things. You couldn't buy a drink f soda water, booze or beer, a dish of ice cream, a cigar or a cigarette. However, It Is Just po-slble that It won't hurt us to do a little penance In this line If we don't overdo It. The Silver City Kntcrpri.-e says that the people of ftrant county are not hopeful enough to organize a statehood league. What pessimists they must be. The Enterprise ought to take the temperature of public senti ment In Grant county again. I'erhaps it may be mistaken. "Henry Watterson Is about the most discouraged democrat in the whole United States, says the Ies Moines Capital. He will have plenty of com pany as soon as the fall elections are over. Japan is reported to be buying large quantities ot American made steel rails, but to long us the doesn't buy the American ma le ties to go with them Mr. Hobson may refuse to l mollfled. . . Now that the president has spent some time In the cariebraUes, it will be difficult to convince ome of hi friends that he cannot carry Louisiana Toward the close of next month Bishop Pitaval, of Ranta Fe, will visit the Albuquerque parish to con fer , the sacrament of confirmation. Some time In November, Father T. E. Sherman, son of General Sher man, will come to Albuquerque to deliver a course of lectures. An nouncements of the course will be m,ade later. . A week from next Sunday at the church of the Immaculate Concep tion will begin the annual service. known as the forty hours of adora tion. The services will continue for three .days. , - . . t. tv Lieutenant F. ' W. Ball, in Charge of the Albuquerque United States re cruiting station, has received word from his home at Chattanooga, Tenn., that he is the father of a ten pound girl. Mrs. Ball will eventual ly come here to Join her husband. Rev. A. C. Gonzales, of Clayton. editor uml publisher of the Clayton Church News, Is in the city and spent the last week in attendance upon the panlMh in l si on conference at the Bowman Methodist chapel in old town, lie leaves tonlgnt for his home. ".Last night' at her home on Wert Copper avenue. Alias .Jetty Rosen wald entertained a number of friends at cards. 'Louis Gumblner won the first gentleman's prize and A. Faber the booby prize. 'Miss Essie Gottleib won the first lady'a prize. Dainty refreshments were served and the guests remained until a late hour enjoying themselves. 11. E. Lyon, who Is .well known In this city, has accepted a position as roretu ranger in the forest serv ice and will leave tomorrow for F'.ngstnff, Arls., where he will report to iSunervUior F. a. Breen for duty. Mr. Lyon will be assigned a district In one of the reserves under the charge of Supervisor Breen. 11. G. Kitamura, a Japanase stranger in the city was arretted at the Alamo saloon Saturday night for disorderly conduct. It was charged that he assaulted Peter Ginml, the proprietor, with words. Kitamura put up 15 for his appearance In po lice court this morning, but he did nt appear .and the bond was for felted. T. C. Hall, of the foreat service, and stationed at the plant of the Uoioliuso Lumber company In the Jenies na.ti.onal forest, is in the city today aud will leave this evening for I'eoria, 111., where he will visit fr'entljt a few days before going on to Peklu. 111. where he will marry Miss Louise Jtlder. Muss Rider lived In Santa Fe for A lime and is well known ia society circles of the capi tal city. The marriage of Miss Irene Kranv er and Robert Meyers, both of Chi' cugo, was celebrated yesterday af temoon at f, o'clock at 'he home of Mrx. It. Mugler, number 24 South Edith street. Miss Myrtle Mugler acted us brldemnuld and John Ken- dell us groomsman. The house was prettily decorated for the oecasioi with roses and hiyanthenims und the iinair was followed hy a supper at Sturges Hotel. Tho newly mar ried couple will leave tonight for Stockton, Cal., where the groom Is employed by the Santa Fe Itailroa company, and where they will make tneir peranienl home. Hev. J. t , Rollins, pastor of the First Metho dist church performed the cere mony. The final day of the Tucson base ball tournament began yesterday with Phoenix and Itlsbee tied for the first money and with Tucson with chance to get in the same class by defeating Iouglas yesterday after noon. Phoenix won from Dougla on Saturday afternoon by a score o 3 to 1. Tucson was booked to play Douglas yesterday afternoon, if Tuc son won the game lie will have tied I'hoenlx and KUibee. If Tucson lot the game H ties Douglas for thir money, first and second money beln sjillt between the two former- teams. in the Douglas-l'hoenlx game Doug liis lost on errors. Douglas got aev en hits in the game, against fou The New Mexico English -mission conference closed its session yester day wiln an unusually large attend ance at both services. In the morn ing Bishop Cranston gave an able discourse on .the subject of missions and later in the day the following appointments were made: buperlntendeut and presiding eld er, Samuel Blair, Alamogordo, J. II. Murray; Cray- ton and Folsora, U be supplied; Chi huahua, Mexico, H. D. Boddington; El Pao, J. A. Gelaslnger; Estancla, W. A. Pratt; Las Cruces, J. L. Free man; (Lhs Vegas. H. Van Valken- burgh; Morlarty 'Smd Mountalnalr, J. l I ,...,, . t ....,. . 'r. . Jl rx E., Flnley; Roswell, C. F. Lucas; Santa Fe, E. C,. Anderson; Santa Rosa, M.,A. Hoag, Silver City, J. M. J-ackson; i SpriiiKijr, H. C. Grlmmel; Johnson's iMe.su, A. M. Steele; Mis sion evangelist, R, "A. Morley. The committee on resolutions also brought in the following resolutions which were unanimously adopted: Whereas, we, the members of the New 'Mexico English Mission, have had a most delightful annual session In the beautiful city of Albuquerque; therefore, be it ' Resolved, first. That the presence and words of our presiding bishop. Earl Cranston, LL. 1)., have been an inspiration to us all. He has com mended himself to our mission by his wise, tactful and brotherly ad ministration of our affairs, and will always have a high and large place In our remembrance. It Is the pray er of the members of this mission that his life may be spared many years to give to the church the bene fit of his wide experience and intelli gent leadership. 'Resolved, secondly. That wa are under a hasting debt of gratitude to Dr. J. C. Rollins and the good peo ple of the First Methodist Episcopal church and the city of Albuquerque for their gracious hospitality and their concern for our comfort. "Resolved, third. That we make special record of our appreciation of the credit-able and generous manner In which the local press has report ed the proceedings and urogram of our meetings. "Resolved, fourth. That we have enjoyed the fellowship of our Span ish brethren. and recognizing our common aims and Interests, desire that we may be reciprocally helpful In the great work of laying founda tions for the Master's Kingdom In the great southwest. "Resolved, fifth, That we wish to express our sincere appreciation oi the services rendered us y our sec retaries and treasurer, J. C. Rollins, C. F. Lucas and H. Van Valken-burgh. "J. A. riEISSl.MilSK, "J. H. MURRAY." The Important announcement was also made that Dr. J. C. Rollins had been returned to the pastorate of the First Methodist church here, a fact which will meet with th approval not only of the congregation, but of the entire community. Hlshop Cranston left this morning for a visit to the noriueat during which he will be engaged In church work at various points. Not Going Out of Business We Meet All Competition!!! All Stoves and Ranges - 6 inch Stove Pipe - 6 Inch Stove Pipe Elbows 25 per cent discount - - - , - 9c Joint - - - - 8c Joint Get Our Prices Before Buying McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. 1 1 I 77J?7J7ttfi I Clothes f or LittlelenPmi This I fff, vv 1 I t when (lit V ,11 V Is at I ff I I AND YOUNG MEN TELEGRAPHICMARKETS KaiiMiit City Livestock. Kansas lily, Oct. 28. Tattle re celpis 12.(10(1. Market steady. South ern steers $2.7.1 ii 4.50; southern cows JJ.mifit 3.10; stoekers 2.75 r 4.60 ; bulls 12.2011 3. tiU: calves 12.7 515.7 5. western cteers 1 3.4 0 (T 3.60 ; western cows 12.25 t 3.50. Sheen rect'lnt. 6.000. Market steady. Muttons I4.50ii' 5.60; lambs $5.76 'n 7.1u; range wethers $4.751) &.50. fed ewes $4,25 4 5.7 5. New York Metal Market. New York. H't. 2S.- Lead $4.63f? 4 80; copper strong, $13 to 134; silver eoic. dull St. IamiLs SHltsr Market. St. Louis, Oct. J. Spelter $5.30. New York Money Market. New York, int. 'i 8. Money on call strong to 75 ruling, rate 60 tier cent: urime mercantile paper 1 CHILDREN'S CLOTHING IS A HOBBY OF OURS We aim to have the choicest styles and the best display., makes our Children's Clothing Department the favored place mothers are making selection for their little men. Our stock pref-ent teeming with the brightest and best things from the World's Best Maker of Edsrhelmer Stein & Go. M. MANDELL FINE CLOTHING & FURNISHING REDUCTION $AILE PIAM We propose to reduce our Higph Grade Pianos, and during' iie next ten days will sell pianos at BARGAIN PRICED if TKe Question Hss Are you interested in buying a Piano? If you are, come snd see us. First conae Karst cnoice P p PIAM 2 ILARN ARB .ILlNBEM ANN 206 WEST GOLD AVENUE i made by PhOen'x. around town If he runs again. to 7 per cent.