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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENIKQ CITIZEN.
THURSDAY. JANUARY 80. 1908, THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. FOR A VACATION AND REST If F. H. STRONG uiiit-icnue wnai nas oruugni you 10 jew .Mexico neaitn, recreauun, sport or observation you will like The Valley Ranch, at Pecos, N. M. Every body dop, and the reasons In obvious. There you find typical ranch' life with the privations cut otr. There you can rest, read, walk, ride, drive, hoot, fish, trap, or Just simply lonf, and no one will bother you. Thry have everything you could need on such an outing, from cattle and cow punchers to rnsy chairs, and all at your disposal. Moat ploturenque scenery, beautiful roads and paths bear or squirrels, as you prefer; good horses, tents, cabins or houses, fine board and nrt and best of all, a Jolly good crowd ladies and gentlemen. , AMI YOU CANT SPEND MORE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WKHK. For further particulars, mill at The Citizen office, or address Valley Itanch, Pecos, N. M. STRONG BLOCK FURNITURE, RUGS A "PRINCESS' DRESSER Is the swellest thing you can put in a bedroom lth your brass bed. Why? liecause it's convenient and at tin- simo time artistic, yet our price for It Is far from prohibitive if jmir income' ta be yond that of a day laborer's. Will you see it? Admission f-e nil. WE SELL FURNITURE W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR subscription mates On year hy mall In advance $5.00 Ihne month by mall 50 One month by carrier within city limits SO Entered as second -cla matter at tho Poxtoffloe of Albnqnrrque, . M., Mer Act of Congress of March S. 187B. Thn only Mnfttrateri rtally newspaper In New Mexico and the best ad Untitling medium of tho Southwest. rGB rorn 1 It THK ALnCQtrEKQVK CITIZEN IS: The leading Itepiihllciin Willy and weekly newsaper of the Southwest. The advocate of Republican principles and tlie "Square IX'al." THB ALIU'QUEHQUF CITTZEX HAS: The finest cqulped Job department In New Mexico. The late reports hy AswH-lntcd Prem and Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE MOWS l lltST," "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" call eor MK!7n; or Tin: territorial repi dlican i knthal CO.MMITTI -'.E. 9 A meeting of the member of the Republican Territorial Centrnf 4 V Committee of the Territory of New Mexico. I hereby called, to be 4 t held at the Commercial club at Albuquerque at 10 o'clock a. ni., on 4 the 18th day of February, A. 1). 190K. for the purpose of designating 4he time and place for the holding of a territorial convention, which 4 4 convention will be held for the purpose of selecting delegates to rep- 4 41 renent the territory of N'ew Mexico at the next national republican 4 4 convention, which hits been called to meet at Chicago during the if f month of June next for the purpose of naming a candidate for presl- t 7 dent and for vice president of the United States; and said meeting of 4 9 the territorial central committee Is called fur the pu: one, lso, of V transacting such other business as may be properly brought up at said meeting. The apportionment and method of selecting delegates from ' each of the various counties will be arranged an1 provided at said 4 f meeting. " ' , A full attendance and every member of the committee Is request- ed to be present. Proxies will be recognized when held hy persons 4 f residing in the same county wherein the member giving such proxy 4 4 resides. ' v ii. o. luritsrM, 7 " Chairman. 4 C V. SAFKonn, Secretary. ttittiiud itiututnuimtini Poor Gctoertising Again Albuquerque Is recelvit g some mlRhty poor advertising as a result of the row over the city physician's charges and the little Kcan-Vil about the jiest house, together with some half a dozen Isolated cases of small pox. When the first few cases of small pox appeared, there was a disposition on the part of all to quarantine, fumigate and forget the Incident. There Is seldom a town in New Mexico where there are not a few cases of small pox each winter and they occasion no alarm. There are a few oasea at present In Albuquerque. Just as there are at nearly any town in the territory where you may make Inquiry. There nothing to be alarmed about. The only thing that Is displeasing Is that this continual fusa over a few mild oases of small pox and a city ordinance ejnd a city pest house, Is quite likely to result In frightening timid who are lsuors in ine city or w no Hre iiKciy 10 vin ni-re uuriuK uio wuuri . If therd was a small pox' epidemic or anything of the sort it would be different, but as the matter now stands there Is nothing of the sort. The few scattered oases of so-called small pox In this city have been so mild that there is no cause for alarm. However, the whole affair has resulted in some mighty poor advertising for Albuquerque. The matter has been bruited about, however, until there is no use in wasting further time In useless discussion and Its consequent ill effects. ret.. rUUdn Anaa ni. bMa i.-l.l. on.. ft4tlnn I 1 1 t V, a nratAnt nn trnvnraV and will not do so. The proposition Is ona that requires the use o' common sense and not sensationalism. There is undoubtedly something wrong some where because there have been so many complaints. The city council should have a complete Investigation mude of the whole affair In a quiet sensible tnanner, take steps to provide a comfortable pest house If the present one is as loathsome aa represented, and then see that the few cases of contagious disease are cared for and kept In strict quarantine. It la time Albuquerque had done with anything approaching sensational ism In such an affair as the present ono. The Citizen refuses to take a stand in the matter other tlmn to say that Wherever trouble exists. It lies within the power of the city council and board of health to get together, take the matter up In a business-like way, and end the unpleasant effalr. If any official is at fault, he should be dealt with summarily and if there Is anything wrong with the ordinances, they should be overhauled promptly and effectively. , There Is no use in continuing to harp upon matter about which the least said will be the best for all concerned. Albuquerque needs no advertlsing'of the sort resulting from the present Status of affairs. The citizens directly affected should aid in helping to djust the matter. It's a business proposition as much as a health precaution, to see that an end is put to so much useless talk. If we need an adequate pest hous let's have It. Those persons affected with the disease are entitled to the sympathy of the community and the best care it is possible to give them. But there is tio need for a. further continuance of charges and counter charges and the thing to do is for those in authority to get at the bottom of the affair and then remedy whatever la wrong. If we need a better city physician, let's have one. If the city physician Is not to blame, he should be exonerated. Hut something should be done fiually and at once to relieve the city of the present most unpleasant and un profitable notoriety. Let's not knock our city without the slightest cause. Oklahoma, the new state, which secured admission to the union before Ona of the oldest and most civilized terriiories In the country could secure recognition of her claims, is now at work on bill in her legislature to dis franchise the negro voters. Probably after a while, congress will learn that New Mexico, tolerates the equality of her voters at the polls reg.irdleh-s of race. olr or previous condition of servitude although she Is not rdy for state hood. The admission of Oklahoma to the union in prefence to New Mexico, Is another striking example of some of the injustice which this territory has borne in the past fifty years without reproach. New York society women are to pose us mode! for living pictures. Rut he It borne In mind that they are not to wear the Baths used by the women who posed as "living pictures" on the tnge when this elan of tableaux was so xeiiMatloiiiilly popul.tr a few years ago. Nay. nay. They are to simulate the grand dames of an almost forgotten past when considerlily more clothes were worn than are now popular with women In "high" society. Walter Wellman. whose ear is ever :it the curbstone, announces In his usually grandiloquent style that Wall street is whipped. "President Hoosevelt nd the people of the prairies and the mountains who have stood behind him have subjugated the great power," ay Mr. Wellman. It's rial kind of him to declare us In on the deal. And now the French prophets declare that the restriction of Japanese Immigration Is only a postponement of serious trouble between Japan and the I'nlted States. If ucn were pow-sible It would be a mighty good plan for the gentlemen of France to mind their own business. Western railroads tire said to be contemplating tin increa.se in the mini mum weights of ail kinds of freight. This would practicu'ly im in an In crease In the rales on many shipments. Some months ago the eastern rail roads made a similar inrre.i-e. The IhiIiii attested in Albuquerque the other day who was wearing six pairs of trousers, must have been dresse 1 for initiation into some fraternity where the goat is particularly busy. In the congress of this country, the favorite ons are all the rac. In the parliament of England, the woman suffragists appear to hive most ,f the spotlight occupied. The Knights if Columbus will shortly give a banquet at which font teen tig turkey will be exterminated. That's the proper sort of an Initiation. No other food deteriorates so rapidly as the Oyster. Its habitat is tJie ocean. It requites coolness and absolute freedom from exposure to the nlr in order to retain its delicate flavor anil Its liolesoinciicss. 8EAL SHUT OVSTERS are brought di rect to ns from the choicest beds of America. They are shucked ' Into porcelain cases, sealed and packed in Ice, which never comes In contact with the oysters. The use of the Senlsliipt carrier Is the secret of tlieir superiority. MAGAZINE WRITERS ATlKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS WORK IN THIS i TO CELEBRATE CITY Propose to Give City .Descrip tive Story and Kefuse to TaKe Money for It. "See Kurope if you will, but see America first." This is the slogan of "See America First," a magazine published at Se attle, Wash., which proposes to give Albuquerque a descriptive write-up and not charge a cent for the work. John F. Gilbert, artist, and W. 10. Macarton, writer, are the agents of the magazine, having arrived this morning from El 1'tuto. where they were on a. similar mUslon. and are already pushing their pencils with the above object In view. "We don't want any money and we are not soliciting any pay for the work we are doing," uald Mr. Gil bert. " -See America First' pays our expenses and all that we want is courtesy and a few subscriptions for our magazine. We have been in Kl Puso, Tex., and Tuscon, Phoenix and Presr-ott, Ariz., und In fuct every Im portant' city between here and the co-.ixt, lining the same work that we are engaged in here, and we will tour the entire United States. While In F.l Puso we made a side irip to the City of Mexico. We have been shown the greatest courtesy at every place we have visited, and every where we have found the people greatly pleased with our work." 'Messrs. Gilbert tind Macarton call ed upon Secretary McCanna, of the Albuquerque Commercial club this morning and their proposition has been endorsed by the club. They plan to gather photographs und sketches of each town visited and the pictures of prominent men, together with data which will later be used in compiling a magazine article, telling of , the advantages each town has and the things worth visiting. vAitsrrv GUUi." STl lENTS I "THE How ubout the trade excursion? Our shirt and collar work Is per fect. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH" Is the proper thing. We lead others rollow. IMPERIAL I.AITNDHY CO. I'. N. M. DltVMWIC ('Mil IX "THE ;1UI.." I'UIDAV. EI. US' THEATKE. Hewitt's CarbollzetV Witch Hazel Salve Is especially recommended for piles. Sold Hy J. H. O'Rlelly Co. I'. N. M. DIUMATIC Cl.l'D IN "THE Ol KL," I'UIDAY. ELKS' THEATRE. ivrupf figs enna acts pentlyyot prompt ly ontie boui4s, cleanses me system ojjettu ally, assists one in ovoifomin habitual constipation permanently. To et its oenojicial objects buy tho ckmuino. Manufactured !y tKo CALIFORNIA Fio-StrupCo. SOLD BY LEADING 0RUCQ5TS-6O4.B0TTl.l Thirty-Two Turkeys Will be Carved at Banquet-Cards and Dancing. The locul order of the Knights of Columbus Is preparing to celebrate the sixth anniversary of the organi zation in a splendid dinner and so cial affair to be given In the Elks' opera house building Tuesday even ing. February 4. The Elks' lodge room, tne ball room and the banquet hall have been reserved for the occasion. The uffalr will be attended by the mem bers of OAe lodgel and their lady Xriendd. each motnbti being entitled to tho entertainment of one lady. The social feature of the affair will be a progressive card party, which will begin at 8.15 o'clock. The banquet will follow at lU:3u, and promises to be an elaborate spread. David Coombs, proprietor of the new restaurant on South Second street, will do the catering. The gue;s will be seated at sixteen tables, the piece de resistance being turkey, a large specimen of which win be placed at each end of each table. The com mittee on entertainment has had some trouble enlisting carvers, but the committee promises to have a good knife brigade on duty when the hour of the banquet arrlve-s. The meal will constat of seven courses. O. N. Marron will b toastmaster. Dancing will follow the banquet. PEOPLE SET WATCHES BY CUT OFF TRAINS tiood Weather lYcvalls Along New lEoiut, Enabling Trains to Hull on Time, J. V. Key, superintendent of con struction for the Santa Fe on the Eastern Hallway of New Mexico, who Is In charge of the trains on the new road at present, says that his trains are running with such punctu ality that the people living along the line, set their umches and clocks by them. "We haven't had a train live min utes late in twenty days," said Mr. Key at the Alvarado this morning. "And I want to tell you that all this talk about buj weather and snow storms on our road is bugbear. We are having liner weather on the cut off than you are having in the Kio Grande valley. We have the real N'ew Mexico climate on the other side of the mountains, with an Ital ian trimming." Mr. Key was in the city to meet General Manager Hurley and other official of the Santa Fe who were in the city lost n'ght. LUMBER JACKS GIVEN TEN DAYS EACH Will Pay line Digging on Site or New Contention Hull. Two lumber jacks who engaged yesterday atternoon in a running light, the battleileld being the alley between Fiist and Second strecin. at Gold avenue, to a clothing More on First t reel, near the Alvarado phar macy, where tlie vanquished one took refuge and called for the po lice, were given ten days on the .t reet by Judge Craig this morning and put to work shoveling dirt uu the site of the proposed new conven tion hall and armory building. To Judge Craig tho men gave their, names a. iichulU and Sche cher, and said that they were from Kettner, N. M ., wbere they had been working at logging. i i " i im I I t Farming BOB Implements 'V-i i!1 Largest and Most Complete Line Ever Shown in This City DEALERS : We especially desire to call your attention to our large line of Walking and Sulky PJowe, Scotch, Steel and Disc Harrow?, Cultivators; Hay Presees, the improved Buckeye Mower the strongest and most satisfactory mower on the market at the present time, especially adapted for Alfalta Fields., Studebaker Wagons the only kind worth buying or having. REFAIBSrWe cany a complete stock of rf pairw ior our line 01 gooos.; 1 i 13 Prices the Lowest . Quality the Best Write for Trices and Descriptive Catalogues. Mcintosh hardware go. Wholetalm and Retail i TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS St. Ioiiis Wool Market. St. l..oui. Jan. 130. Wool xteady; unchanged. Si. Iiuis SM'ltcr Market. St. Ijouis. Jan. 2l. Spelter mar ket Htedy, 4.55. New York .Metal Market New York, Jan. 3U. Lead dull. 13. "it'll 3.7r; lake topper uuiet, 13 iii 1 3 'H ; silver 55 c. New York .Money Market. N'ew York, Jan. 30. Prime mer cantile paper 5 fu 6 per cent; money on call ea.sy 1 (n 2 per cent. Cliicago I'l-oOuit Market. WheatMay tta&rdto; July 94 94. 60 ; July 58 fty . 50; July 4 4. $12.17', May 12.67i 17.62 M ; May 7.82V4 S6.47?; May $6.77Vi. Corn M ay (at.i May I'ork Jan. Jird Jan. Itibx Jan. X York Stock. AtchMuinn 72 Preferred 87 New York Central 97 ',4 Pennsylvania .. 113V4 Southern Pacific 73 Ti I'nion Pacific 1221- Preferred 3 Amalgamated Cupper hl U. S. S 1 28 Preferred 92 ? KaiiKUs City Iivcsunk. Kansas City, Jan. 3. Cattle re ceipts 6,(100. Market steady. Southern steers $4.00iQ)4.76; southern cows $2.80(13.75; atocker? and feeders $3.00(i 4.70; bulls $3,004( 4.15; calves $3.5031 6.25; western steers $4.00S 5.25; western cows $2,7554.50. Sheep receipts 6.000. Market teady. Muttons $4.50 415.50; lambs $6.25ii 7.00; range wethers $4,504) 10; fed ewes $4.25 fit 5.00. Clilinjro livestock. Chicago. Jun. 30. Cattle receipts. 8.00(1. .Market steady, peeves $3.60 (iiO.10; cows and heifers $ 1. 70 fu 4.60. Tex.ins $3.30 4i 4.00; calves $5.00(fi .00; westerns $3.70 (Ji 4.60; stockers and feeders $2.60 4.60. She.-p receipts 10.000. Market weak Westerns $3.25 iv 5.60 ; yearlings $4.90 Hi 5.6(1: lambs $5.0041 7. 1 5; westerns f.Vini'ii 7.20. VARSITY GUUi." STl DENTS l THE "BLACK CROOK" BOOKED FOR FEBRUARY 8TH the Elks' op this morning the "Rlack The date will Mil. A week Manager Matson, of era house, announced that the coming or Crook'' was assured, be Saturday, January ago Mr. Matson received a communi cation from the "Hlaca Crook" man agement asking for the date of Jan uary 6. which had already been giv en "The College Pennant." On be ing informed that the rtate of Janu ary 6th could not be given It, the management of the "Hlack Crook," appreciating that AlouiUeniue was a good i-ho town, so arranged Its it inerary as to be able to arrive here 011 tlie lat.er date. I'. X. .M. DRAM YI'IC t l.l It IX "THE 4.IRI.." rHIDY, El.kV THE YI'HE. UOl till DRY. Do you know what thU means? If not ak our drivers to explain it to you. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY. V RsTY (lit I.." STUDENTS IX THE The reason we do ao much ROUGH DRY work is because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home IMPERIAL, LAUNDRY CO. AH 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 ServiceWith Oxford Hotel Positively the Finest Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars That the Market Affords. Buffet Lunch SKILLKD SERVICE RATES REASONABLE The Home Restaurant Table de Hote-207 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 THORNTON. THE CLEANER. I , is a trial. All work guaran:ee1. Sec- , ond hand clothing bought and sold. Located at III North Third street Gooda calle(1 for and deHvereu on The only real aieam cleaning plant In 8hort notite. phone 460 the southwest. We are now better prepared than ever before to clean i ., . ... .Vthing that 1. cleanable 1. clean- p K""' Ing. pressing and repairing clothes, hp IIld utk htr .,ld i,y j JL we take the front seat. All we ask j O'Ritlly Co.