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'AUluOUERQUii EVENING CITIZEN.
sri ::nv. rrum ai:y i. num. . ro. . SELECT DATES FOR FIRST F MR ViTimii 1.. Vnilv.'in, territnrlnl rut n cer. Saiifli Ve. N. M , t:irc of "iio- 1'llV." 'iffore tlgllst I. I!'"!". Tl' e tiiNt rj. T mi .no 1 . i . 1, n ri 1 Hi' wri.'r ran i nindc kind of i i" ' eu: tvv.v. w hen mill mnoiwit ot u.i ii Ured: ch;i'ieer "1 "il .!! h.i.v pre- J Vmo 1, including wbotbcr it wits l r-j ill, zed iii wt; Ji 'i - i 'now lh" .- 1 win- , BRYAN HAS All! FOOTBALL WAS NEVER LIKE THIS Colorado Plans to Show World Resources of the State and West. i-n i-.-.I I Dip i" 1 wli.it it .if crops I'll nils. thing o prevent cv.lpola loi , j f r.i i -i t i lt tin' crip. I ! n.i'il I t ht iiiti ; wliit Kii"l . iiiuil i i-. I i t i ' for glv- . Clilll.lti' .1 !l 1 altitude or M l - Unit )in for its purpose tlif - THE KICKERS BEATEN 30tL CRACKING coll3'os tee fiS JAbMNG SIM JWPtS i.ft cur or rut jurs of Tll GAME k.i .ti i nir method -your r.i! There t k 1 1 1 iii 1 in irrig t : inn iw irrigator. Aii In' three lg" Ml 1 1 ' IH be:f ;l.-istili r I i'i'i'li', J u li;cs l i ili'i ii" w'nii winner "f 111'' trophy, ami III c'.cs iinil trophy will In' tunic t thi- N.i bmal Irrigation n di.-i'i-is t'l" art -1 hut ng'oss Conference at Washington In dicates That Man From Ne braska Controls Situation. Colorado U to have an interstate Mr for the exhibition "f its re sources. The first annual exposition wUi be heJ.1 September 7 to 12, 10. under the tnanagi'nirnt vf tne Oolo Mdo Industrial Exposition associa tion, at overland park. Denver. hlih la beinir converted Into one of the init extensive and complete fair grounds in the country. 1,1 u11 'x" pave of tluO.iioo. In discussing the scope of thi fair, C. K. Stuabs. pres ident of the exposition association (Which is composed of Denver's twxrt representative business men) tms the following to wry: "The Hilvaniapes of a f'u-t class lntrtate fair and exposition to Col orado are inestimable. It w.ll be an educator and tne yeum of it eL tnnre will. In the 'future, be regard d aa milestones. marking the devel opment of agriculture, horticulture-, mining, stock raisin?, man ufa.-t living and in fact, the development of ev ery other Industry in our stale. "There is nothing which can so dearly portray the resources of our miate and the territory tributary to Uenver us an annual fair and tx poaition. It will furnish for the peo ple wno are interested in the west wbject les-sons of our Importance as n agricultural and mining state.and f our unlimited resources, which re here awaiting the energy of man to develop them. "Our fair and exposition will bring Oolorado a larger and more sub KUmtial iKipulation than any other advertising, and will gradually prove to be a great factor in the upbuild ing of the great empire which by natural rights and locution is Justly tributary to ttenver. It is the only thing which will enable the miner, lh agriculturalist, the manufacturer auid the ranchman to meet and ex change ideas, and will quickly dis pel that lethargy which is prone to make people content with what they already have. "It will, of course, require time and the expenditure of a large sum t money to complete our plans, but there must be a beginning to every Important undertaking, therefore we have decided to hold our first fair and exposition early in September of the present year. "We are fortunate in possessing- jranh a snlendld location as Overland ark affords. It Is certainly an ideal nlace. and when Its natural beauty is enhanced by artistic buildings, beautiful walks and other ornamen tal improvements Colorado will have rciuiin to boast of one of the most -beautiful fair grounds hi the eoun . try. "We contemplate the construction t a mall sugar plant, so thai the entire process of manufacturing su gar from beets may be demonstrat ed t visitors. Speciments of rich mineral products will be exhibited in a building of their own. and every other product of the slate, however great or Miiall, will be properly c-ar-d for. "The livestock Industry will, re ceive the most careful consideration and every branch of this important asset will be encouraged. One de partment of the fair will be devoied to machinery. Implements and vehi les of every description, while an other will be replete with all that is beautiful in art and progressive In science. High class entertainment features will be provided for the lovers of outdoor sports, so that those who are not in search of knowledge may at least ttnd enjoy ment. ".oin petit i"li will be. open to the world, so that exhibitors and visi tors may be mle to learn valuable lessons by comparison. There can be no question about the sin-cess, because the nlans are broad and un selfish, and because we are giving to Colorado the one thing U most needs at this time. Everyone wants to oome to IK'iiviT and we snail give them the 0 st excu-e In the world for doing ." to be held i'l Aibii'liieniiX'. Septem ber -I' t" October :1 iniin.-ive. The trophy will b- presented to the win ner on one of the days dining the Irrigation Onigrr-s. in ca-e lie at tends same, ot nrni :e it will be for warded to him by express. Washington. I . f looks novs as thoim nings Itiyan has got leaders who want t- h. 1 -I Will. am .J i ti the democratic siilett.uk h.m The engineer is competing f ,r the their articles as so they m.iy be pnbii: papers. In order iiblic I em may profii nnxi'ius for those trophy to send in , ni as possible, tlrat ' 'lied in I'U-al ne a s- ' that the general by their experl-I N eights irl iimm I I UM'litc. Mis. K. 1. t"har!es. of Harbor. Me., peaking "f Klectrlc Hitters, pays; "It is a tieighliorhool favorite here with us." It deserves to bo a fa vorite everywhere. It gives quick re lief in dyspepsia, liver complaint, knl- ney derangement, malnutrition, in rv oiisnes. weakness and general de bility. Its action on the blood, as a thorough purifier makes it especially useful as a sptpiij niedicin grand alterative tonic is sol, I under guarantee by all druggists. fiOc. lilack cat stockings. The brand that gives absolu'e satisfaction In wear, fit and price. All sizes for men, women and children. Prices run from I2i to E Oct. For sale at C. May's Shoe Store. 314 West Central ovenue. I jr MADAMK TKTUAZZIM TERRITORIAL ENGINEER OFFERS LOVING CUP 11 Will He t.ivtil Wril tin o Hi)' l al iner lio Santa fiurpose ,.f better iintl the proper an water in 'le- . results. TV i tit" I Su;iit"i is (tr trop.iy to write th. l.e-l and forward t lU'M. li'i'igiitioii Story. For N. M . l'cb. 1 isisiiiig and stimu Is t he ting in irrigation through d economical u-o of ,iy of obtaining belter i-..il Kngitie-r Vernon ring a silver cup farmer who will 11 the above The In st of iff. the al t icle lo him. are to ii-riit.. these articles throughout th newjipu pel's. The trophy will engraving of s,,ni( by irrigation in ICelher witii the Benled by ' rimn b. puhl.shcd the local New York, Feb. 1. Learned crit Ics have written of Madame Tetia.- .inl's voice as a great one. She is the new prima donna, who Is pack ing Hammerstcln's New York op era hou.se every time she sings. This Is how it sounds to the ordi nary yap who knows nothing about music and buys the cheupc.s. seat he can get in the top gallery to hear her. As she conies on toe stage, you notice through the opera glass you borrowed that she hxs a pleasing appearance. She looks :i:, plump and comfortable. She begins to sing in a low key, ami while you think she has a pretty good voice, it is ti.it so different troiii others you may have heard. Then, suddenly her voice rises and sounds so clear an I loud that you imagine you must tie sitting close to her and mn away up in the nailery overhead. You remember how wom en on the stage when they get to a higli note nearly always wind up in somi thing very much like a spueak. the sound become thin, and they have to get up on their toes to get it out of them. Tetraz.illl. however. Seems to feel more at home the higher she climbs the scale. The high notes, higa C. high I , and even high K are reached. and somehow thrill you so that you lind yourself taking shorter breaths, and then -tops. you. just like the crazy people in the house, ling to your feet clapping to cheer. thoroughly bluffed. He has been in Washington, and of all I he demo cratic state-men who were loudly declaring before nis arrival that they were going to tell him he must step ' aside, only one has had the courage to speak his piece. I'.tyan e.islly ilis I posed of this lone adviser and is lo I day coinfiiete master of the situa tion. Representative Lassiter of Vir- ginia says he intimated to Iiryati that j the party ought to nominate a fresh t candidate. He further says mat Hrynn was not visibly impressed by this advice. "I am convinced." said ! Lassiu r today, "that Hryan intends ' t" stay in the lie'd as a candidate." I I'.ryau. before leaving the capital. ' dictated. In response to :i request. ' the following interview, setting forth This brieliy his views on the financial sit uation : "Lack of public confidence Is what drives money out of circulation. He store public confidence and money returns to its accustomed channel. For lack of confidence the best rem edy Is insurance of otuik deposits, and I have urged upon tne various states and congress the passage of some measure similar to the law adopted by Oklahoma. This pro vides for the creation of a guarantee fund by assessments upon batiks in proportion to their deposits. and authorizes the banking hoard to make such assessments from time t lime, as may be necessary to restore the guarantee fund when It Is low ered by the payment of money to depositors of fulled banks. "This permits the resources or ail these banks to be the resources of each bank and insures each deposi tor against loss. The Oklahoma statute permits national hanks to take advantage of the state law and! a national law should permit state banks to come under the provisions of that law In states which have no guaranty system. "As to an elastic currency, I think provision could be made for sufti cient elasticity )u times of emer gency by a law providing for the Issue of United Slates notes, such I notes to be loaned by the govern-' ment to the bunks upon adequate security and at a rate of Interest which would compel the retirement of the notes w hen the emergency is i over. I suppose nearly all members, of congress and senators favor some , provision for an emergency curren cy. Tlie democrats, as a rule, favor ( a system under which the govern-j incut will issue and control the value of emergency currency, while most lepuollcuns favor some system under which it would be issued and con trolled by the bunks. j "This presents the point in dispute between the two parties. The high' llnanciers have been largely respon- : slble for the present panic by reason of their reckless methods; and I am satlslied that a majority of the peo ple would prefer to risk the gov-1 eminent rather than risk these men. Somebody must decide upon the needs of the people, and so far as 1 am concerned I prefer that the con cessions be with the public officers responsible to the public, rather than with private Indlvniuals. I 1 . LAI I .."If.l oonoocxxxxxxxxxxxxxoooooc PERSONAL Paragraphs UC)00(X)CXX)OCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXaj ..et.ng appo.ti.e.l com prepare pin:: and to .- of incorporation. The bu.bling is estimated at J. F. v isiting M is. visit ing L. F. Ing friends at La Mr and Mrs K Fray, of Fulton, X. M , is at Las Vegas. Ora Kays, of MotUity, is In Santa l'e. Itudolph, of Itociaila. is visit- ; Vega-. W Hait of Las Ve gas are visiting in Santa Fe Attorney Charles F. Kasley, of Santa Fe. is In Al buqucrque on busi- 11. A. Canter, who is in the iner cantile business al Kstancia. has re- J I at a recent iniltees t. draft ar .en cost of the .500 ami will be two stories. In ad dition to club rooms, the building will contain a lodge room, Jance hall and jtossilily a stage. Associate Justice William. II. I'ope has qualified us presiding judge of the Fifth Judicial district, to which position be was recently appointed by President Roosevelt. He has re appointed Samuel . Roberts, of Ros well, as clerk of the courts of the district and will retain the deputy clerks now in office. They are: Ci'orge L. Wyllys. of Roswell. de- Chnves county; tuy K. of Carlsbad deputy for unty; and 1!. Y. (Iregg, of deputy for Roosevelt ccun- wht .ther and n she 3.DU0 sti ug-trylng puty f. j Itensoll ! Hilily i irtale turned from a business trip to Chi- ty. cagn William Salas. a fruit dealer of s,'i' Ill;,t tickling Cough! Dr. Kansas Citv, died yesterday at Lis Sh '"usl ru"' wl" sur,,y l Vegas, where he has been visiting " 1-ei'fecl safety. It Is so for several weeks. thoroughly harmless, that Dr. Snoop ,, ' , . , tells mothers to use nothing' else even harles H Miller of Las t , uces is Th(, whoJe In Santa re to assume Ins duties as . ,.,.,. ,,.uves iU1(1 tl,llH. Mtemw asslsiaut territor.al engineer ami , ,,f lln) Mealing mountainous shrub clerk .if the board ..I water com- fm.sh ,,. curative properties to Dr. nilssioners. Shoop's Cough Cure, it calms the A month's leave of absence on ac- cough, and heals the sensitive bron count of sickness has been granted I chlal membranes. No opium, no I'urcell, of Hie First chloroform, nothing harsh used to church of Santa F I'be .lumping OH I'lii.v. "I'oitsunipttoii had me in its grasp; tin. I I h i I aimost reached the Jumping "IT place when I was advise,) to try Dr. Kill's New Discovery; and 1 wan, to -ay right now. It savd my lie. I m pi o ellli n t began w ith the first b.iti;.', and uli.-r taking one doz en bot'i.-s I was ;i wll and happy ll.MK DItllSSI'.K AXU t'HIHOPO DIST Mrs. Ramblnl, at her parlors posite the Alvarado and next door U Sturge.x' cafe, is prepared to gii thorough scalp treatment, do haH dressing, treat corns, bunions and In growing nails. She gives mas-an treatment and manicuring. Mr liambitii's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion, and 1 guaranteed not to be injurious. Sh also prepares a hair tonic that cure and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out; restores life to iieaii natr. i removes moles, warts and superf aout j hair. Massage treatment by vihratot ' machines. For any blemish of th face call and consult Mrs. Itambinl Rev. .1. W. Presbyterian A number of Knights of Columbus from Santa Fe will come to Albu querque next Friday to attend the banquet to celebrate the sixth anni versary of ille local lodge. Alexander Read, district attorney in Rio Arriba. Sandoval and San Juan counties, is in Santa Fe on business. He wiil go lo Hernalillo to attend district court, which opens there Monday. Frank lirown. who shot and kill ed J. S. Vansickie .it Orogrande, was captuied by a posse yesterday and is now in jail tit Alamogord . lirown fl.il to the .bulla mount. ihi- and took tefuue In a cabin. The cabin was surrounded and lirown surren dered. He has pleaded uuilty to the murder, but. clatms self defense. erect I I The K,ks al Koswell loan to a cinli building during thi.- ycai i 111 Ella A.lsT kiiyiaaf-a U injure Shoop' ers. or Sllppfe Take no s. Demand Dr. ilher. All deal- si: nit i. i.n i:i:ii at I'ltANKFOItl' AltslIX AL I Aplo-lini I 'a ii it- iii Refining Among .irl' 'liieiv. Room CiiiiM's I llliploxcil I'hil.iibiphi.i. Feb. 1. Several per.-ons were seriously injured in an e-plns'oii and fire at the Frankfort arsenal today. The explosion occur red in the refining room of the shtapr.el department, hut was only a slight one. A large number of girls 41 e employ ed tit the arsenal, making cartii.lgi-s for the army, and the ex plosion eau-e. I a panic. I'se DeWitt's Kaiiy Risers, pleas ant little pills. They ale easy to take. Sol i b J. H. o'Rielly Co. mi ruin mi:!)? mi lung. i:i N. -tls C. I Cl.bls .1 and fol i In. -co vi 'in gc i' y Moore of V- a lemedy for i healer (if weak, pi eventing pneii- i- supreme, title and I oo ;,t tie free. all drug'-; -is. Trial bo - skin IK-ea-e of TvM-nl.v dears' Siaiul in.; Clll'iil. I 1 wait you to know ho.v in'ich Chamberlain's Salve has done for me. it lias tin -1 my fi.e of a skin '1'-"-c.,sc of almost twenty ye it.-' Mau ling. have I it treated by several as sin. lit physicians as we hive In this counirv .-ind tbey ,i,l mc no good, but, t w o boxes "f th.s salve - Mrs. Fannie ilriflit i iia itil.i ii i in'- S.iU e is ill'Uggis'S. has i ure l mc i. Troy. All. for sale by ail And many other pamlul and serious ailments from which most mothers suffer, can be avoided by the use of Mothers Friend. 1 his great remedy is a Gtd-seud to women, carrying them through their most critical ordeal with safety and no pain. No woman who uses ''Mother's Friend" need fear the suffering and danger incident to birth; for it robs the ordeal of its horror and insures safety to life of mother and child, and leaves her in a condition more favorable to speed' recovery. The child is also healthy, strong and rrv good natuivd. Our book 'fi Motherhood," is worth uU its w iVIit in cidd toevprv al a! J3 woman, and will be ent free in plain envelnpc by addressing application to Crddlield Rcquldt jr Co. Atlanta, Gd. OTHERS HtNTEZUSIA TBUST CO. ALBUQUFRQU .... ?WR,CO INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEFOSITS .WE ARE THE- FARM MACHINERY PEOPLE J. Korber & Co. WHOLES ALE--Albuqurqu, New Uexieo Write for Catalogue BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES Native and Clili-apo Lumber. Shorw In-Williams Paint None Hot ter, ltulldlng t'apt-r, I'laster, Idmc, Ccuicnt, GIusm, Saxh, Doors, I.U., Etc., Ktc J. C. BALDRIDCE 423 South First WITH AMPLE WEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE BANKOF COMMERCE OF ALUUQUERQUE, N. M. Kxtends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. 8150,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President W. S. STKICKLLR, Vice President and Cashier V. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C. HalJiiilge, A. M. Hlackwell. O. V.. Cromwell. success TIIKY $.Y NOTHING $t'C(TF.P MKK irfXT.M. I $rri'0$E THIS 1$ TItl"E. HIT IN OUDL'-U IX) HAVE SOME $rtX-E$$ WITH WIIIOI TO HC fV.r.n IT IS NECESSAKT TO HAVE SOME OTIIEK THINGS. ONE OF THFSE IS IVR.INS, AND AN tyniF.Il IS SOME MOXEV. VK DO NOT I I H NISH imUNS IN $ETS, liCT A PF.IUSAL OF Olit COLUMNS WILL SHINE IT THE ONES YOC HAVE, AND AN ADVEHT1SHMENT IN THE EVENING CITIZEN WILL CO A LONG W Y l -W AKDS Sl'IM'LYING THE DINEHO. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS$SSSS lltlo 111. t Kliginee Article torial llest Mexico.'' IlL-lt'U ti.i I' tif the ur.i'ie Tbis nrtiei farinei iio rience and is ti naV pro New following 1.. Su U: til.- Writ Irrigation fegil i di su t.ib'e grii n leo, ' -"li . . ini- of tbe in New n riling Is to b. buve bid firming no' bi'st wrdteu by tuiil eX.e- under irrigation, results you bnve nnd oiiUiine,! fiuougli tin- iiropi r eronoilii. nl use of water. The article li to contain not over 1,600 words, and U lo be xeiit to I FIROT NATIONAL, BANK OF w A 11 L.N. I litl " 1 United States Depository ! nAn.:fo,r., A T JCr 9 F. Railrrtarl Pomnanv C REPORT OF CONDITION DECEMBER 3, 1907 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and Discount S 1.7 46.629 . Capital and Surplua 252, 60S. 02 Honda, Securities and I'.eal Estate.. 01.293.72 Circulation 200,000.00 V. S. Bond 1308.000.00 I'eponlW 2,653,027.60 I V. . . AC- 111 id ..... Cah in Vault 34,331.51 K Cash Reaources 1.167,466.91 9 0 Total . IS,005,6S0.62 Tolalj 63,005,690.61 The road to a bank is usually the road to prosperity Not quite all depositors are prosperous, but all prosperous people are bank deposit ors. At the end of the road to this bank, there is the bank that has the ability and the disposition to help its customers, and many a man is glad that he has taken the road. THERE IS A WARM WELCOME FOR YOU AT THE END OF THIS ROAD TO THE BANK STATE NATIONAL, BANK ALBUQUERQUE i