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ALBUQUERQUE EVENINO CITIZEN.
TlltltsiMY. JAXt'ARY 2.1. I90S. THh ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN t'UHLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Meiico. FOR A VACATION AND REST No difference what has brought you to New Mexico health, recreation, sport or observation you will like The Valley Ranch, at Pecos, N. M. Every body does, and the reasons is obvious. There you find typical ranch life with the privations cut out There you can rest, read, walk, ride, drive, shoot, fish, trap, or Just simply loaf, and no one will bother you. They have everything you could need on such an outing, from cattle and cow punchers to ensy chairs, and all at your disposal. Most picturesque scenery, beautiful roads and paths, bear or squirrels, as you prefer; good horses, tents, cabins nr houses, fine board and last and best of all, a Jolly good crowd ladles nnd gentlemen. ANI YOU CANT HIT'.NO MORTC THAN NINE DOLLARS A WETTK. For further particulars, call at The Citizen office, or address Valley Ranch, Pecos, N. M. F. H. STRONG STRONG BLOCK FURNITURE, RUGS W, S. STKICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN M N AGING EDITOR PRESIDENT A "PRINCESS" HRESSKR Is the swellest thing you can put In a bedroom with your brass bed. Why? Because it's convenient and at the same time artistic, yet our price for it Is far from prohibitive if your Income in be yond that of a day laborer's. Will you see it? Admission re nil. WE SELL FURNITUPE SUBSCRIPTION RATEH One mr mail In advance, $i.00 IMm BHHiili bj mall , 50 On month b carrier within cUy limit 00 ' Entered a acTond-cla. matter at tlie PoMtoffle of Albuquerque, N. M., anader Art of Congress of March a, 187. i n only Illustrated dally newspaper In Nev? Meiloo and the best ad vsftiatna; medium of the South wext. Tax ALnrgi ERQrK cinrKN is: The lending Itcpnhllcnn dnlly and weekly newspaper of the Southwest. Tte advocate of Republican principles and tlie "Square Deal." tkb AiJii grKRQrF ctttzkn has: Ttie finest equipped Job department In New Mexico. . ' Tlie latent reports by Associated Prop and Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE NEWS FIRST." "STATEHOOD FOR NFW MEXTO" awscn $s iclutl" The American people have & wonderful faculty for bearing up under Shocks but they will need all their power of resistance this time. Thomas W. Lawson has been licked. The worst of It In, he actually .droits It himself. He makes the announcement thusly and It came to the Jabllahers of Everybody" na a humiliating shock a real life sized tragedy, for Tommy wrote good copy and people read It: "I shall allow the public to do their own reforming and I shall devote ny time and capital exclusively to my own buslnejw or stock gambling In "Wall and State streets particularly Wall street for the purpose of recoup ing the millions I have donated to my public work. "P. 8. One of the oldest of human laws and as Immutable is "The devil take tbe hindmost.' " The president of the publishing company wrota Mr. Lawson a pathetic letter. It said: "this is an awful thing ' and it fairly broke the heart of Thomas W. He promptly sat down on an easy chair and had his stenogra pher dash off a few columns of. reasons why he was licked. It was plain to be seen that Thomas W. was real angry. He had lam toasted the system, until he had built up a fine circulation for the magazine. Hs was going to bankrupt all the millionaires and trust magnates in the country and he told them how he would do it. This, they no doubt appre ciated greatly, for they saw to it that they weren't bankrupted. This little fact stirred the "Defender of the People'" to the depths. It tiart almost as much as the fact that while the people those poor down trodden masses would read his stuff at fifteen cents a copy, they wouldn't gird up their loins and follow him out of the desert. Then-fore Just to show his contempt for things in general and the system in particular he is going back to Wall street and make a few more millions. V is going to smoke good cigars and let the common people take care of themselves. He won't get up a new party with Roosevelt as lis leader Just because Roosevelt can't see it that way. Mr. Lawson Is angry and not without cause. He has spent several mil lions which he took from the people through the medium of Wall street In defending the people, and atlll has several millions left. The people in the meantime-actually allowed him to do such a philanthropic stunt without 11ft ng -single hand to his aid. , - ... t So In a long sort of farewell letter, somewhat after the fashion -of. m "apology for my life," he has told Jhecommon people and the system and Roosevelt and Everybody's, eta., why. '3 ) . ....' The people haven't appreciated his efforts to save them, he says, and the system has made all his assertions out as false.; The system is unkind mnd nobody knows it any better than Mr. Tommy W. He Is weary of In gratitude, and he Is going back to the money game Just to kill time and for other purposes too numerous to mention. i The really pathetic feature of the whole thing is that he now turns upon tbe people the masses for whom he Strove so valiantly all the fine, well assorted and carefully selected epithets, he once used exclusively for the system. ; He terms the people those long suffering masses mind you "gelatine opined shrimps" "Saffroned blooded apes," "goggle eyes," "fantastically p--parelled marionettes." "fearsome gobbons," "the groove-eyed public," "mega phone footed centipedes," and "absmthed peasants with bellow mouths." There are a lot of other choice names but space will not permit not even la Everybody's. Lawson says he showed the public how to break the system and If It had possessed "the brains of hens" he would have, been backed up. Then bar launches Into a long statement of what he might have ikme. and recites a long list of casualties the country barely missed. The fact that we really missed those things Is the only ray In all the gloom for Jh American" people. . "Time and time again," writes Mr. Lawson In his picturesque and re munerative way," I could have blown the system Into the sulphur centered besps pf hell but only at a great risk of Injury to the people and only by ntploylng system methods, so I refrained." ', The American people will perhaps never know .the terrible restrain which ft .took for Mr. Lawson to curb his Impetuous desires. Itut Mr. I-awson wrote well, and no doubt a few of the "abslnthed peasants" have a slight un derstanding of what tortures the savior of the great common masses must bave undergone. But It's too late now. In his words, again picturesque and remunera tive, Mr. Lawson explodes as follows: "Hand In hand with his tattered sad yed QUivvermg-llpped dreams, he turns his back upon the battlefield." : He hasn't lost his nerve No c-u-r-r-r-se it! IHe's been walloped and the American people can go to thunder and do their own reforming. The American people had firmly resolvd to do so some time ago, but through an unavoidable delay, the news was late In getting to Tommy W. IBut alone and single handed, this champion of the common geezer, will now step Into the lion pit of Wall street and fight the system with its own weapons. It will be a case of dog eat dog and will no doubt be quite In teresting. ' The country has had Its chance to be saved and has turned It down In a brutally cold fashion. It Is not Tommy Lawson's fault for he spent a whole lot of money in the enterprise and it made no dividends. While the millions of readers will miss those interesting series on the system, still the great majority of the "gelatlned-eplned shrimps" will man age to wiggle along somehow. Jt's not Lawson's fault that they dldn t have the "brains of hens." anost certainly not. Out of forty-one deaths In St. Louis Inst week from contagious diseases, thirty-two were from consumption, a conspicuous fact which renders It all the more strange to lay minds that a vast majority of the medical profession con tinues, though passively, to oppose health board suggestions the country over that the great white plague can be stamped out If made subject to quarantine. TWlth the National Irrigation congress, the Interstate Industrial exposi tion and the New Mexico fair, together with a trade excursion over the Helen cut-off, don't forget that statehood Is still a burning issue. The whole terri tory will go to Washington if necessary. It appears that after all the city physician isn't to blame, according to the board of health. It's the city ordinance that needs renovating. Then let'e renovate the ordinance and do it quickly. ' The way the1 socialists are mixing things up In flermany it looks na though the emperor of (iermany will soon be sending notes of commiseration to the little czar of the Russians. The suicide yesterday of Mrs. Pearl Turner stands as another mighty strong argument against the evil of divorce no matter who may be at fault. The dry farmers are in session at Salt Luke, "la that a nuw sort of pro hibition meeting?" Innocently inquires an unsophisticated Kansas editor. The fleet has at last left Rio de Janeiro without having been blown p and the yellow papers of Paris are awfully disappointed. Evelyn Thuw again told her story and as yet there has been no sign from the Heavens. The days of miracles, alas, must be past. JUUier tban pay taxes on his dog. an Albuquerque man went to Jail. Talk about man's faithful friend dogon U.x Canada Is preparing for war with Japan unless coulle labor is excluded. Another fleet to the Pacific? No other food deteriorates so rapidly as tlie Oyster. Its iiabltat Is tlie ocean. It requhes coolness and absolute freedom from exposure to the air rn order to retain Its delicate llnvcir ami Its whoteMOtiieness, SEAL MM IT OYSTERS are brought di rect to us front tlie choicest beds of America. Tliey are shucked Into porcelain cases, sealed and packed In Ice, wluVh never comes In coatact with the oysters. Tlie irse of tlie Scjilslilpt carrier Is the secret Of their superiority. MANY FLOWERS ABOUT BODY OF MRS. Funeral Tomorrow From Mausard Home-Aged Mother Still Under Doctor's Care. The funeral of Mis. Pearl Turner, whose tragic death occurred yester day morning when she ended her life with a pistol shot In the breast, will take place tomorrow afternoon from the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Mausard, 623 North Second street, the home of the bereaved par ents, and the scene of the suicide. Interment will be maae in', the fam ily lot at Falrvlew cemetery, the body being placed beside the grave of the child whose death was perhaps,; In directly the cause of the mother tak ing her life. Mrs. Turner wltnout a doubt was driven to Belt destruction by the sting of insinuations made during the trial of her suit for a di vorce. The fatal shot was fired on the morning of the third day of the trial. ,. ; Mr. and Mrs. Turner were married by a Presbyterian minister and' Rev. Hugh A. Cooper, of ine First Pxesby lerian church will preside at the fu neral. The services will begin ut 2:30 o'clock and will e be simple in ac cordance ' with the wishes of Mrs. Turner as expressed an the farewell note left to her mother. Tne pall bearers will be members of lodges t which Mr. Mausard belongs, and are as follows: Arthur Everltt, S. T. Vann, Fred Perkins, Jesse Miller, Harry Draun and T. W. Telfer. The body is still ait the Mausard home and is banked high with cut flowers tnat have been sent by friends. The husband' has not been permitted to view the remains as yet and in accordance with it he last wishes of her daughter, the mother says that he shall not. Mr. Turner has not left his home since yesterday morning. He Is deeply affected by the suicide of his wife and it Is fear ed that he will not survive the blow without an attack of sickness. The spirit with which he sat on the wit ness stand on Monday and Tuesday and contested for -the possession of bis little daughter Is entirely broken. The note written by Mrs. Turner a few minutes before she took her life was read by the mother about o'clock last evening. A great deal of secrecy has been thrown about tne contents of ithls note and It is believ ed that all of it has not been made public. Mrs, Turner had no thoughts of malice against any one when she wrote the last few lines of ner life's chapter. "May Uoj forgive Carrol as One of the Enfscnticils of the happy homes of to-day is a vast fund of information as to the best methods of promoting health and happiness and right living and knowledge of tbe world's beet products. Products of actual excellence and reasonable claims truthfully presented and which have attained to world-wide acceptance through the approval of the Well-Informed of the World; not of indi viduals only, but of the many who have the happy faculty of (selecting and obtain ing the best tho world affords. Oik- of tho products of that class, of known component parts, an L'tlucal remedy, approved by physicians and Com mended by the Well-Informed of the World as a valuable and wholesome family laxative is the well-known Syrup of Figs and F.lixir of Senna. To p-t its beneficial effects always buy the genuine, manu factured by the California Fig Syrup Co., only, and for sale by all leading druggists. I have forgiven him," she wrote ot her husband. Mrs. Mausard was much comfort ed by the contents ot the note and rested much easier after reading It. Sne was still under the care of a physician,' today, however, and kept under the Influence of quieting opiates, but It is believed that she will be quite improved by tomorrow. The arrival of Will Uhler. n broth er of Mrs, Mausard, from Tipton, Iowa, this morning had a quieting effect upon the grief stricken motn er. Mr. Uhler had started from his Iowa home when he learned of his niece's divorce and was well on his way when he received a telegram an nouncing her death. Mrs. Turner was the favorite niece of Mr. L'hler, who Is reportedi to be wealthy. Lou Hanlln.' the only brother of the deceased, xviH arrive In the city this evening. ' Mr. Hanlin lives at lold Roads, Arizona. The Mausard home has been crowded with-f fiends and neighbors offering sympathy to the grief strick en relatives., The husband is bearing his grief alone with his aged parents In a little, brlckcotr.age at 1802 West Fruit avenue, where friends called to see him today. The following verses were sent to The Citizen by Anna Wilds Strum qulst, a schoolmate of Mrs. Turner, with the request that they be pub lished: -rn leurl Shu!kI-s Turner ut Rest. Poor, weary heart that longed for rest And battled bravely In life's school Will have its . wounds by angels dressed Where compassion and pity rule. The sensitive, womanly heart That throbbed with tender, mother's love, Though s-till'd. Is true, and will Im part Watchful, loving care from above. The heart that was wrung with grief When baby was called away Beat with hope and blessed belief Of the life beyond this brief day. The schoolmates who lov'd of yore The soulful beauty of her life, Mourn, that she is no more To cheer us in pur hours of strife. We place our Mowers with a sigh and tear Above the girl-flower, cut In its bloom. And feel life sweeter for being near Tho fragrance of her soul's perfume. Anna Wilds Strumquist. THE LADIES SERVE A Tl'RKEY I INNER AT M. E. CHURCH FHI 1AY AT NOON AND AT 5:30 (I'CIXIt K. RRING THE WHOLE FAMILY. 35 CENTS. SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE. On Friday morning at 9 o'clock January 14, 1908, at the Security Warehouse, Marquette avenue, near Fourth street, there wtll be offered for sale, among other things, an up right piano, Cecellan piano player with music for same. Remington Typewriter, sewing machine, Majestic range, sapphire cluster diamond ring; also the furniture for a five room house. This is an exceptional oppor tunity for bargain seekers. The finest Coffee Substitute ever made, hits recently been produced by Pr. Shoop of Racine. Wis. Tou don't have to boll It twenty or thir ty minutes. "Made in a minute," says the doctor. "Health Coffee" is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced. Not a grain of real Coffee In it either. Health Cof fee Imitation Is mads from pure toassed cereals or grains, with malt, nuts. etc. Really it would fool an expert were he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee. C. N. Brlgham. TTRKEY PINNER WITH Aid. THE TR1MMINOS SERVER RY THE IiAIHKS OF THE M. E. 1TIVHCH. FRIDAY AT NOON AND AT 5:30 P. M. 35 CENTS. Trial Catarrh treatments are helng mailed out free, on request, by Or. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These testa are proving to the people without a penny's cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Cafarrah Remedy. Sold by All Oealert. o t'aslt fur guiuiy sacks, all sizes; wagon will call fur them. T'lMine 8, E. W. l ee, COi-eot South Flr St. I I Farming 2 Implements Largest and Most Complete Line Ever Shown in This City DEALERS: We especially des.re to call your attention jto our large line of WalkiDg and Sulky PJowe, Scotch Steel and Disc Harrows, Cultivates; Hay Presses, the improved Buckeye Mower the strongest and most satisfactory mower on the market at the present time, especially adapted for Alfalfa Fields. Siudebaker 1 aeons the onlv kiml worth buying or having. REPAIRS: We cany ? complete stock of repairs for our line of goods. . vuuiPCiD otu Prices the Lowest (j Quality the Best Write for Prices and Descriptive Catalogues. MclNTOSHTIHARDWARE GO. Wholetalm and Retail TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS St. I.uM Wool Market. Si. Ivouis, Jan. 23 Wool steady; unchanged. ' St. IjouIs SM'lti-r Market. Si. Louis, Jan. 23. Spelter steady, S4.50. New York Metnl Market. New York, Jan. 23. Lead quiet, $3.70t 3.75; Lake copper quiet, ft 'i!14; silver 15 c. i'lileago lroliice Market. Wheat .May 102; July Corn May 61-;' July 69V4. Oats May 51; July 45, il'oi k Jan. $12.62 Mayi $ 13.02 . Lard Jan. $7.(12 (a1 7.65; May $7.S7l4fu7.90. Ribs May $fl.92'i; July $7.10iR 7.1 2 Kauris City Livestock. Kansas City, Jan. 23. l.'attl re ceipts 7.U00. Market steady to 10c lower. Southern steers $3.80 & 4.75; southern cows $2.60 3. SO; stockers and feeders $3.25 4.80; bulls $3.00 'if 4.15; calves $3.50 6.00; western cows $3.60 6.00. Sheep receipts 4000. Market steady muttons $4.505.50; lambs $6.25 6.75; range wethers $4.50'ft 6.00; fed enes $4.25ft5.00. tidcHgo Livestock. Chicago, Jan. 23. Cattle receipts. 6,000. Market weak. Beeves 13.60 00; cows and heifers $1.50(h4.60; Texans $3,263)4.60; calves $5.00(ft! 7.00; westerns $3.70fii) 4.60; stockers and feeders $2.60 4.60. ISheep receipts 15,000. Market weak to 10c lower. Western $3.25 5.40; yearlings $4.905.60; lambs 15.00 ( 7 00; western $5,004(7.00. New York Money Market. (New York, Jan. 23. Prime mer cantile paper 617 per cent. New York Stocks. Atchison i. . "2 Preferred . .i S7 Now York Central 97 4 Pennsylvania 113 Southern Pacific 75 U L't.ion Pacific 123 Preferred 83 Amalgamated Copper 49 V. S. S 28 Preferred Sl?4 UHSIXTS TKLL. There Out lie no Doubt About tlie Results In Albuquerque. Results tell the tale. All doubt is removed. The testimony of an Albuquerque citizen. Can be easily Investigated. What better proof can be had? Mrs. Frank Y. Kay. of 316 Baca avenue, Albuquerque. N. M., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills were first brought to my attention about four years ago while living In Helena, Montana. Mr. Itay had been troubled for some time with attacks of severe pain in his back and he used them with tlie most satisfactory results, and prove,d that they do all that Is claimed for them in such cases. The good opinion he then formed of Doan's Kidney Pills has strengthened with time as other appeals made to them have always brought relief and proved that they can be depended upon not only to remove backache but to give relief from all rheumatic pains, lie always means to keep a supply of Doan's Ki,dney Pills on hand to have in case of need, and there is no time that we hear one complaining of any symptoms of kid ney trouble that we do not advise the uh of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price SOo. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y., sole agents for the I'nited States. Itemember thu name Doan s and take no other. 28 TCO IjATK to cuvssirY. FOIt SALK Horse. buggy, and household furniture. Leaving town, must sell. 1010 Forester Ave. o Are you looking for someming Re member the want columns of Th Evening Cltlien are for your especial benefit. It talks to the people ud th'.y talk to you. All Under One Management The Oxford Hotel American Plan 216 North Second $2.00 Per Day Special Rates by the Week or Month Centrally Located, ,Modern, Well Furnished. Most Attractive and Convenient Place in the City. The Oxford Buffet A la Carte Service With Oxford Hotel Positively the Finest Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars That the Market Affords. Buffet Lunch SKILLED SERVICE RATIiS REASONABLE The Home Restaurant Table de Hote207 West Gold Large, Well-Lighted Room. Prompt. Courteous Service, Music While You Eat, Number I Meals Breakfast 25c Dinner 35c Supper 35c Breakfast 6 to 9 Dinner 12 to 2 Supper 5:30 to 7:30 PATRONIZED BY THE BEST PEOPLE OF THE CITY The Myers Rooming House 904 South Third Largest Rooming House in the City Elaborately Finished Throughout, Thoroughly Modern, Handsomely Furnished, Home-Like and Comfortable Rooms. Rates Reasonable - Management of M. F. Myers T1IOKNTON. THK CLEAN KU. Located at 121 North Third street. The only real sieam cleaning plant In the sou.hwest. We are now better prepared than ever before to clean anything that Is cleanable. Is clean ing, pressing and repairing clothes, Is a trial. All work guarametKi. Sec ond hand clothing bought and sold. Goods called for and delivered on short notice. Phone 460. Take DeWitt's Kidney and Bladder Pills. They proniDtiv relieve hn-w. ". yirins " repairing ciumes, I ,.v. - . , . . . , - take the front seat. All ws ask O'Rielly Co hoM by A