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TI'KSOAV, DECEMBER 17, 107.
A NEW INDUSTRYiPRESlDENT IS
ALBUQUEKQDE EVENING CITIZEN.
New York Men Propose to
Raise Cantaloupes In
Rio Grande Valley.
'The year 1908 will in all proba
bility develop a new era of cultiva
tion for New Mexico.
I,vnn & Coaain of New York City
and Pittsburg. Pa., who practically
control the entire cantaloupe crops
of the Imperial valley, Californa, and
Un. icv Ford. Colorado, have already
contracted for about one thousand
acres of cantaloupe, to be grown in
the Mesllla valley, near Las Cruceo,
N..M., and In order to have the mel
ons uniform In variety and size and
properly cultivated and packed, have
agreed to furnu-h experienced labor
er under ther own toreman to grow
ad pack ths year crop.
This firm has spared no expense
In estaWlshlnf? a market reputation
for the Imperial valley and Kocky
Ford melons, and purpose to do tne
same for the Mesilia valley product
Kv actual figures the Imperial val
ley cantaloupe growers received the
following returns by Lyons ana cog
srlns for their 1907 crop:
Acres Per acre
Morlev and Arnsgo. . .22. ., .$458.71
II. Welchman 28.... 410.65
Stahl Bros 45.... S74.1
-John A. Fiedler. .... .35 S33.20
Horley and Koth 35 333.20
J. J. Miller 40 305.99
While the Rocky Ford growers
lasttvear realized from 1300 to 1600
per acre on cantaloupes contracted
to 'this firm, the land on which these
melons are grown commanding
price of from J600 to $1,200 per
The cantaloupes grown last year
in the Mesllla valley, were really only
and experiment however, it is a iaci
that they brought about ten per cent
better price in Denver than Kocky
Ford melons, and computed by acre
age would ncr the Mesrja vauey
irrnb.-iT hrn 1 5 8 H'tf.
A large tract of extra choice land
ir the H.cs'I'i vul.cy. ii.irticuiariy
adapted to the growing of canta
loupes, and under the new Leasburg
cam. about one mile from Las Cru
ces, has rtc-ntly been purchased by
the. Mesllla Valley Development
company, and been sub-divided into
2Vt. 5 and 10-acre tract, and now
offered on the market with an agree
ment to cultivate and grow the lands
to cantaloupes, under the direction
nt M.tn T .van a and Cosreins.
H. H. McCord. the head of the
company, has opened an office with
i-nirnei r K" R. Sellers, room 9
Cromwell building. opposite First
National bank, where he can be
found during business hours for the
next week for ten ays, to give sucn
information that may be solicited.
Wltih the upper Kio Grande valley
.iivn to aii car beets, and a lower
Dortlon to cantaloupes, millions of
dollars will soon coma to New Mex
ico, that are now distributed else
where, and will quickly add thou
sands in population to our territory
which will ra farther than anything
e.L,o towards securing the long
M AOCABETC BALL.
The Ladv Maccabees will give
ball on Wednesday evening. Dec. 18
at Elks' hall, Ticket $1.00.
120 W. Grid Avenue
Sherman and Fuller
tOsra L. Goodhue
The 3 Macs 3
I Jul lit Souvenir Matinees Every
Tuesday anil Friday.
Children Cuiuly Matinee Saturday.
December 25 Elf"
Mr. Jos. M. Gaitcs
The DlMtinxuUhcd American Roman
3. MILLER KENT
In the Soiisntionul English Sucoesf,
THE AMATEUR CRACKSMAN
'I he M4
A 0niwiny of Notable Players.
An Event of Importance.
'First Big Thrill of the season -M. Y. Herald
The production in its entirety, jut
a rfM'iited for one year at
llw lrlncen Tlvcutre, N. Y.
Price: Matinee 60, 75, $1.00
Mgl.t 75, $1 00 $1.50
Curtain for Matinee at 3:15.
Curtala for night, M 8:30.
Tank Hitchcock's Conduct Is
the Cause of His
President ttoosevelt. sny. a Washi
ngton special to the Brooklyn Times,
showing decided impatience wlih
Frank H. Hitchcock and other feder
al officeholders who are alleged to
be conveying the impression that the
administration Is winking one eye at
the Cortelyou candidacy for the re
publican presidential nomination.
T he president realizes, from Infor-
mution he has received, that he is
fist being placed In the position of
disloyalty to Secretary Taft and.con-
ihance at the Cortelyou campaign
He Is flatly determined that this shall
not cintinue, and in the last few
days he his spoken unmistakably.
Federal officeholders who are imp
orting Cortelyou and talking against
Taft no- understand that they can
not any longer do this at the ex
pense of the president's strong re
gard for and loyalty to Tart.
The Information taken to the
president is that Mr. Hitchcock, who
is the acknowledged manager of the
Cortelyou campaign, has been tell
Ing various republicans, especially
those from the south, that the bot
tom has been knocked out of the
Taft boom and that the president is
perfectly willing that southern re
publicans shall give their backing to
Mr. Cortelyou. The straight facts
are that the president is by no means
satisfied that Secretary Taft has lost
any strength: has no Idea of desert
ng him for Mr. Cortelyou or anyone
else, believes that he will be nom
inated and elected, and will ftand
by him to the last.
That he has now passed down tne
line his determination that his ap
pointees shall not go out of their
way to injure Tart, especially Dy
misrepresenting his own position, is
expected to create something of sen
sation politically. To many minus it
further foreshadows possible un
friendly relations between the presi
dent and his secretary of the treas
ury, who is cognizant of the latest
stand taken by the chief executive.
LIFE TERMS URGED FOR
CRIMINALS OVER THIRTY
Physicians' C'luU of Chicago Discusses
jrentjiiciit or social parasites.
Chicago. 111.. Dec. 17. A sympo
sium on the treatment of the crimin
al and other social parasites was
held at the Joint meeting of the -Phy
sicians' club of Chicago and the Law
club last night. These two theories
Elimination of criminal children
Treatment of criminals over 30
years old as habitual. and either
seeding them to penal Institutions for
life or putting them away in some
other manner, possibly by the ceme
Dr. William T. Belfleld was the ad
vocate of the .'terllizatlon Idea. He
took up the biographical aspect of
the criminal, and after tracing the
development of the Individual to the
pe nt where he became a danger to
society, made a plea for race suicide.
"Morality is the arrest of the In
stincts by Intellect," he said. "A child
Is a savage. If he continues to Im
prove slowly he has a chance to out
grow his tendencies before he Is 30.
Before that he should be given all
the care possible. But when a man
commits a crime after 30 he may be
set down as a rule to be morally bad
wl'h no hope of Improvement. For
tho mature criminal I would advocate
permanent segregation, either by the
penal colony or the cemetery. The
liic'eterminate sentence with the pa
role is a radical error for the man
"The one hope of the material re
duction of the social parasite is in
pieventlon. We must prevent the
cr.minals from breeding criminals
The great bulk of criminals inherit
arrested development. The ftate ha
let them breed and Impoverished It
self to take care of their children.
Dr. J. N. Hurly. secretary of the
luliaii'i State Hoard of Health, told
of "the Indiana movement." which
Is the education of the prisoners In
the Indiana reformatory to allow
flienwHlves to be sterilized. More than
Sou of them have suomltted to liiis
operation so far.
When the S'omaeh. Heart, or Kid-
nev nerves get weak, then these or
gans always fall. Don't drug the
stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or
Kidneys. That is simply a make
shifc. Get a prescription known to
Druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop'i
Restorative. The Restorative Is pre
pared expressly for these weak In
side nerves. Strengthen these nerves,
build them up with Dr. Shoop's Re
storative tablets or liquid and see
hov- quickly help will come. Free
sample tet sent on request by Dr.
Shoop. Racine, Wis. Your health
Is surelv worth this simple test. Sold
by all dealers.
Monarch canned gooda at Cham
plon Grocery Co.
Relieves Colds by working them out
of the system through a copious and
healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves coughs by cleansing tho
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
"As pleasant to the test
as Maple Sugar"
Children Like It
ftt BACKACHE WEAK K1CKEYS Trj
dfltfi KUotj mi BUddar Pllls-Suri tal Safi
J. II. O'MIXIY A CO.
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE
FOR HEXT Two rooms for light
housekeeping. 204 North Walter
FOK KENT Fuini.-hed rooms and
board in the Highlands. 615 East
FUR KENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. Apply1 at 109
East I'onl avenue.
FOR KENT Room furnished for
light housekeeping. 51" North
FOR SALE Four-room, modern
brick cottage. 4th ward. Cheap for
a few days. P. O. Hox 218.
FOR SALE Home baking, taffies.
Jellies, etc. 109 E. Coal. Mrs. C. W.
FOR SALE Nine-room, modern.
brick dwelling, best location in
city. A. Fleischer, 212 South
FUR SALE Ten pounds extracted
honey for $1; 60 pound can for $5.
Order by postal. W. P. Allen, P. O.
Box 202. Albuquerque, N. M.
FUR SALE 'Furniture ef 4-room
house for sale cheap. 1004 For
rester avenue, one block north of
FOR SALE A good gentle pony
suitable for ladies. Cheap. Apply
FoTTTjA LE $7 0 (T
roof, adobe dwelling. N.
street. A. Fleischer, 212ft
FOR SALli A brand new Stevens'
single barrel shot gun. never fired.
A high grade and strictly up to
elate gun. Inquire at The Citizen
FOR SALE One large American
draft horse, and one medium na
tive horse, city broke, one phaeton,
one small two seated road wagon,
two sets single harness. Cheap If
taken at once. Apply 1520 South
Third, or phone 906.
Recommended by Mrs. Henri
Symes. to develop the bust from 4
to S inches.
Guaranteed to be made from the
true Galega Extract, is perrectiy
The Vaucaire Formula Is a general
tonic, but it has a specific effect upon
the bust. Price 75 cents. For sale by
Highland Pharmacy and Al-
Is due in a iuige measure to abuse
of the bowel-, by employing drastic
purgatives. To avoid all danger, use
only Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
afe, gentle cleansers and lnvlgora-
tors. Guaranteed to cure neadacne.
biliousness, malaria and jaundice, at
all drug stores. 25c.
STAGE TO JF.MF2.. liKATF-S 811
WK.ST GOLD EVERY MKMNU AT
Trial Catarrh treatments are be
ing mailed out free, on request, by
Di. bhooo, Racine. Wis. These tests
are proving to the people without
a penny n cost the great value or
this scientific prescription known to
druggists everywhere us Dr. Shoop's
Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all deal
Pal rinto Wells Mineral Water
cures and prevents constipation. Ask
your grocer for It.
Best remedy for mntYien, to use is
Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It
tastes nearly ad good as mable sugar,
it contains no oolates. Sold by J. H.
1 UtertKi.- t end ihrm'd kucn
t use vvui!leilul
MAhVtL Whirling Sprsv
turn aev' vhitihmi ynafe
, tw it. II clr
if ji i Mil rty t ST'
i n t: I.. bi i.o v
)t,r. I. nt i.l iu'i i' f'-r
ful. ivi uru T4 lu i c.rf. i'-. i. i... T
iuml- t t hiO--it. .11 K M. K
4J i-u.l.l4lri;t. Afr-W K-Uiv-
FROM RISING TO
Buster Brown Bread is made for
the health and strength of the con
turner. We don't "fake" bread we
make it and bake It the best way
knowr to modern men. These few
lines arj n teniied si.iw.y , aitrae
your attention ;j th'n first-class bak
207 South Firt St.
WANTED To make your hat and
suit look like new. In the car, west
Uold avenue. Phone 580.
WANTED Fir.-t - class stationary
engineer wants good situation. A.
J. Nelson, 820 South Third ftreet.
WAN TED -G in ts' goodsT second
hand clothing, shoes and bats at
515 South First ttreet, south of
viaduct. R. J. Sweeney.
VAT?TETBooks to audit or cor
rect, bookkeeping or olfice systems
to open, dooks to aep -veiunga
much experience. Auaress, u. e.
B care Cltlien office.
WANTED Ladles desiring new 'all
styles In millinery to call on Miss
Crane, 512 North Second street.
Millinery and dressmaking parlors.
Also apprentices wanted. Phone
WANTED Stenographers, bookkeep
ers, salesmen, managers and office
men for onen positions In New
Mexico, Arizona. Texas and Mex
ico. Business - Mens Association,
203 E. Central Ave., Albuquer
que, JOTjPhoti 257;
WANTED Able bodied, unmarried I
men, between ages of II and 15; I
citizens of United States, of good j
character and temperate habits,,
who can speak, read and write
Kngllsh. For Information apply to
Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central
Ave.. Albuquerque, New Mexico.
WANTED Detectives; we want good
men. Oldest secret service in Uni-
ted States. No experience needed, j
We give full Instructions. Write i
today. American Detective Asso
elation. Indianapolis, Ind.
WEALTHY LADY Income $2,200
yearly, losing disposition, desires to
marry. Gentleman living In the
west preferred. Answer imme- j
araieiy. miss in. aj., idi jepi., t.
Fifth avenue, Chicago.
MONEY TO LOAN
Money to loan at 8 per cent on
good real estate security. P. O. Box
The Business Mens Association
furnishes men for all high class po
sitions In New Mexico, Arizona, Tex
as and Mexico, and recommends only
those of highest character and quali
fication. ltuslnc.sa Mens Association, 203 E.
Central Ave, Albuquerque, .
M. Phone 257.
GOOD SIDE LINE For salesmen
calling on business men and the
stationery trade. Address, for par
ticulars, John W. Illff & Co., Chi
cago. 8210.00 Motor Cycle or horse and
buggy furnished our salesmen for
traveling, and $85.00 per month
and expenses, to take orders for
the greatest portrait house In the
world. You will receive, post
paid, a beautiful 16x20 reproduc
tion of oil painting In answer to
this ati. Write for particulars. R.
D. Martel, Dept. 228, Chicago.
lie I ought at CJcuislnirg.
David. Parker, of Fayette, N. T.,
who lost a foot at Gettysburg, writes:
"Electric Bitters have done me more
good than any medicine I ever took.
For several years I had stomach
trouble, and paid out much money
for tmediclne to little purpose, until
I began taking Electric Hitters. I
would not take $500 for what they
have done for me." Grand tonic for
the sged and for female weakness.
Great alterative and body builder:
sure cure for lame oack and weak
kidneys. Guaranteed by all drug
I SANTA FE, N. M.
Dec. 26 to 28,
M Tickets on sale Dec. 25 to Hj
28, return limit Dec. 30
r. r. PURDY, Afut
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOAX3
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos. Organs Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels nlso on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as
$200. Loans are quickly made and
strictly private. Time: One month
to one year given. Goods remain In
your poa-esslon. Our rates are reas
onable. Call and see us before bor
rowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
303', 4 West Railroad Ave.
REAL STATE BARGAINS
Six room house, West New
York avenue 2,500
4 room bIkIh Iron roof, lot
0x 100, Mountain road,
near w line 1,500
5 room cement house, 3rd
4 room frame, corner lot,
3rd ward 1,100
8 room frame, 2 lots, close
5 room hrlek, modern, cor
ner lot, 3itd ward 2,050
5 room frame, 4th ward,
Three room brick. Fourth
One of the swellent resi
dence In town 7,500
Six room brick, modern,
chme In 8,250
Seven room brick, mod
Ranches from two to 200
Tjots In nil parts of town.
30-acra alfalfa ranch with-
In a few blocks of the
street car line .-. . . 4,500
bO-aere alfalfa ranch five
nil let north of town $65
Houses from 2 to 8 rooms.
Money to ..loan In sums to stilt.
Real Estate and Loans. Notary
Public. 215 XV. Gold Ave.
20-room rooming flat, modern
at a bargain. Bargains In
real estate, call and see.
Agent for Travelers' Accl-
. dent & Life Insurance Co.
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd Strait
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work it as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Heating Co
WANTED T Tou Ca gl It through
this COlOaU. . . . ,h:t,m la
YOU CAN SEE IN
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. 1.
Homeopathic Physician and Stirgnn
Occidental Life Building.
DR. F. J. PATCIUN.
Physician and Surgeon.
onion over Vnnn Drug Store. Of
fice hours 0 to 12 a. m., a to 6, and
7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office 441, resi
DR. II. L. 1ITJST
Physician and Surgeon
ltnm A T, N. T. Armljo Ru filling.
DR. SOLOMON I BURTON.
Phvslcinn nd Surgeon.
Highland office, 10 South Walter
street. Phone 1080.
DRS. HRONSON BRONSON
ITomeopatliio Physicians and Sur-
gion. Over Vann's Drug Store.
Phone, Office and Res., 828.
DR. J. E. KRAFT
Rooms 2 and X, Harriett Rulldlng,
Over O'RIelly's Drug store.
Appointments made by snail.
EDMUND J. AliGF.R, D. D. 8.
Office hours, 0 a. m. to 12:30 p. m.
1:30 to A p. m.
Appointments made by mall.
800 West Central Ave. Phone 450.
R. W. D. BRYAN
Attorney at Law.
Office, First National Rank Building,
AJunquerque. ly. 31.
E. W. DOBSON
Attorney at Law.
Office Cromwell Block,
Aliibquerqne, N. M.
IHA M. IiOXI
Attorney- nt IVnv.
Pension. Land Patent. Copyrlirlu.
Ca reata, Ijetter I 'a tents. Trade
S3 F. street, N. M. Washington, D. C.
THOS. K. D. SIADIMSON
Office with W. n. Chllders,
117 Went Gold Avenue.
B. A. SliEVSTER
Insurance, Rml Estate, Notary
Ito'ims 12 and 14, Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque, I. M. Phone 138.
A. E. WALKEli
Secretary Mutual Building Association
111 West Central Avenue.
l'BEXCH & ADAMS
Embalming a Specialty.
Surgery and Ientliry a Sccliilty.
I0J South Ixlltli Phone 405.
F. W. SPF.NCFIl
1221 South. Walter.
A Significant Prayer.
"May the lord help you make
Bucklen s Arnica Save known to al
writes J. O. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill.
N. C. It quickly took the pain out
of a felon for me and cured it In
wonderful snort time." Best on
earth for sores, burns and wounds.
2&c at all druggists.
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE the LUNGS
tun zbiyxz1 oo
u a ii m
OLDS Trial Bonis Frw
AND t . THROAT AND IUNGTR0UBI ES.
OB MONEY rjBFUNDED. I
Phono 606. 112 John 8tr
eiaddle horses a specialty, mm
drivers In the city. Proprietors
Sadie." the plcnto wagon.
M 1 1 1 I IM IS Fi Y
AT LOW PRICES
9t XH. "eena Phono
W. L. .r.lMLLt & CO.
LIVERT. SALE, FEED ANB -TRANSFER
Horses and Mules Bought and ax
BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE) ClT
8econd Street, between Railroad a
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CTTY.
wnen in need of aasti, door, frames
etc Screen work m specliUty. 4
South First street. Telephone 408.
Thos. F. Keleher
DEVOES READY PAINT
One Gallon Covers 600 Sunre Fhi
PALMETTO ROOF TAINT
Stops Iieaks, Iists Flye Tears.
408 Watt Rallraad Mwaoua
TOTI A OR API
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, IU4
Grain and Fuel. ,
Fine Line of Imported Wines LliQ
and Clsars. Place your orders 1
this line with us. ,
llt-lll-tlT NORTH TH .D .
Ali Kinds uf FreaU and aalt as
Steam aosape Factory. j
EMIL KLIENWOK'r '
Masonlo Eulldlnn, North TU
g 306 W. Gold Ave.
llie Mlniiiir Camps of Colorado,
I' tali ami Nevada; to Denver, Coli
rado Springs and Pueblo is via titer
Tliroueh the fertile San Luis Valley,
at to Ute Sail Juan county of Colo
rado. For Information aa to rules, train
service, descriptive literature, etc.,
call on or address
F. II. MeRRIDE,
Airent, Santa Fv, N. M.
S. K. IIOOPKH,
O. V. & T. A., Denver. Colo.
HAIK DRESSER A1TD
Mrs. Bamb'nl, at ner parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and uext door to
Sturges' cafe, is prepared to Klve
thorough scalp treatment, do hale
dressing, Ueat corns, bunions and in
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparat"n of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
improves ths complexion. and 14
guaranteed not to be Injurious. . Sh
altJ prepares a hair tonic that cures
ard prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out; restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of tha
face, call and consult Mis. Bambini.
A Itclluble lteiiMtly for Croup.
With the dry, cold weather of th
esrly winter months, parents of crou
py children should be on the alert
for ominous gymtoms. There I no
cause for anxiety, however, when
Chamberlain 'a Cough Remedy Is k pt
In the home. if this medicine is
given as soon as child becomes
hoarse or even after the croupy
cough has appeared, the attack may
be warded off. Mr. S. Rosinthal, of
Turner, Michigan, says: "We have
used Chamberlain's Cough medicine
for ourselves and children for Beveral
years and like it very much. I think
it la the only remedy for croup and
can highly recommend It." For sals