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PAGE TWO numv. Muini 20. i. EDUCATION Delegate Andrews Secures Passage of Bill That Means Big Sum for New Mexico. Wahlnjrton, I). C Marrh 20. A bill I being pressed for passage be fore the committee on Interstate and foreign commerce In the Hou.e which provides fur compensation and bene fits to employes solely engaged In In terstate commerce, Including such-as are subject to federal navigation and hipping laws, who sustain Injury or death; it further provides for a scale nd condition of compensation, bene fits and injuries; creates a commis sion of Injury award., consisting of five commissioners to be appointed by the president and granting said commission full power to carry out the provisions of the bill. It further prescribes a method of proceeilure and, provides for an appropriation of 1350.000 for the work of the com mission. This bill Js modeled after laws which are In operation for many years in England, Germany, Austria, New Zealand and other countries that are progressive in this direction, and (five general satisfaction. The appropriation committees of both the Senate and House are trying very hard to keep the appropriation for the next year, ending June 30, 1909. down to about $900,000,000; which Includes the appropriation for the postofflce department; which Is almost self supporting; but not count ing the appropriation for the postof fice department, it will be about 1700,000.000; which is about $10 per capita, for all that have the privilege of residing in and securing the pro tection of the freest, greatest and best country on the proverbial foot moo!. If all the bills now pending for public buildings should become a law it would take about $100,000,000. Those well posted say that the total will lie cut down to about $20. (ion. 000 or less. If, however, any public buildings bill passes your readers may rest assured that they will get thtir proportion from that popular and historic pork barrel. The bill to authorize the Inter state t'ommerce commission to sus pend advances in rates, f ires or charges, and a classification of com mon carriers; and to further regulate conimf-rce among the several states anj foreign countries is pending in 'the commerce committee. ' Olinwuse l-'xlm-ntional 1'iiniL One of the first important bills In troduced by Delegate Andrews which will become a law within a few days by the signature of the president, reads; 'That all the provisions of an act of Congress approved February 28. 1891, entitlej 'An act to amend section 2275 and 2276 of the revised Htututes of the United States provid ing for the selection of lands for edu cational purposes In lieu of those ap propriated for other purposes,' be, and the same are hereby made appli cable to the territory of Now Mexico, and the grant of school lands to said territory and Indemnity therefor shall be administered ami adjusted in ac cordance with the provisions of said act. anything in the act o' Congress approved June 21. 1XSN, making certain grants of lands to the terri tory of Sew Mexico, and for other purposes, to the contrary notwith standing. Th's will be worth In a short tin.e several millions of dollars to the edu cational funds of New Mexico. From all Indication the act will soon be a law permitting certain per sons to make a second homestead en try; under such rules an,i i .gvtlntions as the secretary of the interior may prescribe. Also the Senate committee on pub lie lands reports buck the House bill, providing fur second desert land en tries; with 'Die recommendation that PARASITES THAT SAP LIFE EXPELLED BY NEW METHO The :nler.-.-t created in lea. linn cit ies during lie past year by oung Mr. Cooper with his new preparation, is largely accounted for by a pecu liar quality possessed by this medi cine, tt llii-n be calls hi New Discov ery. Mr. ". !-. leiieves that internal parasites, or tapeworms, arc respon 'b'e fur much i I health, and it Is an undoubted fact thai bis medicine lias expelled immin.-e number of tbe-e creatures in various cities visit ed by him The i.iu.'i; man also believe- taat stomach trouble is the main cause of ail !i heath. He claims that few can have r health with a -: 1 digesii.in. He further claims r li.it lis New Discovery medi cine doe. nothing lull lone up tile Stomaca. yet it not on.y expels the parisit but relieves many other ailments as a rule associated with stomach 'rouble Kittle Jessie llirdt-all. daughter of Mrs. Ida iiirdsall, living at 2i:tx Car roll avenue, Chicago, Is among many relieved ot a large parasite by Mr. Cooper's prcpurution during his stay in that city, in speaking of the mat ter to Mr. Cooper, the mother said: "My child Jennie, who Is 14 years old. tun been suffering with this trouble for over seven years ITniil this morn ing we did md know what the trou it do pass. A part of he committee report reads: "L'nder the present desert land law a person who has once lost, forfeited or assigned a desert land entry can not make another, and It the t,ur pose of this bill to give the desert land entryman the same privilege now enjoyed by the homestead entryman. Another bill which Is likely to pass soon reads: "That any person other than those to whom Congressional medals of honor are awarded by proper authority, who. publicly weirs such medal or any ribbon or other insignia thereof, or who In any man ner personates such medal of honor man or represents himself to be such shall be guilty of a misdemeanor. "Sec. 2. This act shall take effect immediately." To Kcprrwont Territory. In the niatter of allotinir lands to certain Navajo Indians now and for some time past living on certain par cels of land, Delegate Andrew has obtained and sent out certain letters and orders from the secretary of the Interior which authorizes the govern or of New Mexico to appoint a per son to represent the territory; and who shall accompany the agent of the government in making the allot ments to the Indians; and to see that only those now living on such pieces of land shall receive the allotments contemplated, and no others. This Is a niatter of very great importance to all those living near the large Navajo Indian reservation. Governor Curry has, or will select the person to rep resent the territory nt an early date. It Is expected that the two persons will close up the work at the earliest date possible; and not later than the first of August. For on that date the president Is expected to issue his proclamation returning all land not allotted back into the public domain; where it was before his proclamation which withdrew it from entry by the citizens. The following" resolutions of special interest to CS'ew Mexico are in Con gress: Joint resolution concerning the Navajo Indian reservation In New Mexico. Kesolvcd by the Senate and House of Representatives of the I'nited States of America in Congress assem bled. That whenever the president is satisfied that all the Indians, in any part of the Navajo Indian reservation in New Mexico und Arizona created by executive orders of November 9. 1907, and January 2S, 190S, have been allotted, the surplus lands in such part of the reservation shall be re stored to the public domain and opened to settlement mid entry by proclamation of the president. Joint resolution disapproving cer tain laws enacted by the legislative assembly of the territory of New- Mexico. Whereas the 37th legislative assem bly of the territory of New Mexico, on February 21, 1907. passed an act entitled "An act to amend section 2.15 of the compiled laws of lsi7. relative to territorial depositories" (H. I?. No. 13 i, as follows: "Section 1. That section 2 r, r of the compiled laws of New Mexico of 1897 be amendeJ by striking out the word 'fifty' in the third line of said section and Inserting In lieu thereof the word 'twenty-five.' and by nddlng at the end of said section the following: " Wo territorial funds, nor those of any territorial Ins'itution, shall lie depnsitel elsewhere than in a bank or banks of the character herein above described.' "Sec. 2. This act shall take effect and be In force from and after the date of its passage." Resolved by the Senate nnd House of Representatives of the I'nited States of America in Congress assemble-1, That that part of said law of the territory of New Mexico reading as follows: "No territorial funds, nor those of any territorial Institution, shall he deposited eNew 'here tha,, In a bank or banks of the character! hereinbefore described-' be, and the same Is hereby, disapproved and de clared null and of no effect. If yoij want nnitniiifc on eartn. ym r. ifl It through the wnnt column) f Kventnp I'ltipn V c.. r suits. I'oi.u i : ico in i ;k ax aim mists. Chicago, March 20.- Kmina Gold man, the anarchist, suffered a ner vous collapse last nigh! and was tak en to the home of her physician. Her sudden coliap.-e is attributed to her strenuous efforts during the last few days to' secure a hall In which she could speak In definace of the police. ble was. she was extremely nervous: the .ea-i iiiti. thing wti.il upset her; act- tongue v.ls coated and at times she would have a good appetite. Iheii again could not bear the sight of food; she was restless at t.ight. had a bad breath, especially when she got up of morning.. We .rieii everything to relieve her, but met with no suc cess. We were Just on the point of giving up trying anything else, when we began to read of Cooper's New Discovery. Several dais ago we pur chased this medii hie. Jessie has been using it regularly and this morning this parasite left her .istetn. I don't wonder that she has always felt bad. and nothing we would give her seem ed I i rclleie her. Now that she Is re. lieved of this tapeworm I feel sure that she will grow better each day and enjoy perfect health. Mr. Coop er, your medicine is worth a thousand times more than you charge for it I know of u number of people trou bled tile same way as Jessie has been and I certainly expect to tell them personally to try your medicine." We would advise anyone who lias been troubled for some time with general poor health to try this great medicine. We are agents for it in t.'iis city. J. H. O'HIelly Drug Co, Second and Centra!. roooooooooooo LOOK READ HURRY We"will continue our sale of Navajo Blankets a short time longer and in order to keep up the as sortment and make the display interesting we have added a number of choice patterns from our se lected stock All to go at 1-2 price, this is a boni fide bargain sale as they must be sold. Store open from 9 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to 5 p. m. THE Bennett Curio Co. 109 North First St. Look for our SignIndian Store ooouccoooc In 1907 It Aggregated 147 Millions-Alaska Sent 12 Millions In Gold Alone. I'he trade of the I'nited States w ith its noncontiguous territories aggre gated last year 1 147,000,001), or more than our trade with all foreign coun tries in 1S30 and practically half as much as our trade with all fore'gn countries in 18.10. The term "noncontiguous territor- es includes l'orto moo, AlasKa, tne Hawaiian,' ishinds, the Philippine Isl ands, Hie) Midway islands, tiuiim und Tutuila. To those territories was cnt from the I'nited States III the calen dar year 1U07 ?0,0()(i. inn) worth of merchandi.se and from them was sent to the I nited .States T s, (Kin. (loo worth of merchandise and $1 imihii, 000 worth of gold produced within Alaska. if the $70,000,000 worth or mer chandise sent to those territories dur ing 1H07, Ill.Oiio.OOO worth went to the Philippine islands, $ 1 ti.ooo.mio worth to the Hawaiian islands, $17.- iiiii.iino to Al-aska ami Jii.'oiuu.uUU to 'orto liico. of the $7K, ooii, (loo worth I merchandise received from those crritories $ 1 1 .nun. nun worth was from Alaska, $lj.noo,00o worth from the Philippines, $:!. iiilii.iniii from Porto Kieo and $:t J.ooo.mio from Ha waii. The principal articles forming this $H 7. oihi. iioo worth of merchandise tssing between the I'nited States ind its noncontiguous territories are. as regards shipments into the I'nited States from the noncontiguous terri tories, sugar, chiefly from Hawaii; sugar, tobacco and fruits from Porto Itico; hemp from the Philippine Isl ands, and fish, furs and copper ore from Alaska, ami in addition to these about $12,000,000 worth of gold mined in Alaska and sent to the I'nit ed State. The merchandise sent from the I'nited Slates to these non contiguous territories was of a mis cellaneous character, though manu factures formed a very large propor tion In all cases. (if ;hc i I T.iiiiii.iiuo worth of do mestic merchandise of all kinds sent to Alaska in I :i II 7 $s.. Mm. null worth, or nearly half of the total, was fin ished manufactures; about J'.'.nilO.iino tnanul'a. 'lures f,,r furtlur use iu man ufacturing (chiefly t n plate for mak ing can.- lor use in the salmon pack ing establishments i. and neirl.i $0. inio.oiio worth of foodstuffs. i if the $13,000,000 worth sent to the Ha waiian islands more than $10 000. no was manufactures -and J I .iioii iniii foodstuffs. if the $2.. Him, iiini worth sent to Port, i I;:, .., 1 1 4. mm. mm was manufactures ant nearly $ 1 0 imoi.uoii foodstuff-. i if the $11,10111.11110 worth -at to the I ' 1 1 i ' i 1 1 1 . : 1 1 e island, nearly $11,000,000 was manufactures and $1,500,000 foodstuffs. .Manufactures f o nied f.7 per cent of tin- merchan dise seal to l'orto ltii-.i, ill per cent of that sent to Alaska. 0 7 per cent of that sent to the Hawaiian islands, and hn per cent sent to tin- Philip pine islands. (if tiie $ lii.onii.iiiio worth of munu-l.n-tures sent to Alaska, those of Iron and steel amounted to neatii $.(oin. '" in value, those of wool and cot ton to $ 1,500,000. whi.e meat and dan i products amounted to $;,no0. 1'ini and breadstuffs to a little over $.'.iiii.iiiiil. Of the $lu,0ijii.niiii worth or manufacture sent to the Hawaiian Islands $2,000,0110 was lion and steel manufactures, $l,ioo.0ou cotton man ufactures, nearly $ I liiJO.ioni worth of wood and manufactures thereof, and nearly $1,000,000 worth mineral oil; while meat and dairy products amounted to over $joo,0oo in value and breadstuffs $1,500,000. Of the $11,000,000 worth of manufactures seat t,) l'orto Kico during the year NONCONTIGUOUS TERRITORY TRADE nearly $4,000,000 worth was manu factures of Iron and steel, over $3, 000,000 worth cotton manufactures, about $1,500,000 wurth wood und manufactures thereof, and nearly $1, 000,000 worth leather und manufac tures thereof; while meat and dairy products amounted to $2,500,000 and breadstuffs to $1,750,000. Of the I nearly $9,000,000 worth of manufac j tures sent to the Philippines islands i manufactures of Iron and steel amounted to over $3,000,000 and cot ton goods to about $1,333,000, min eral oil nearly $ 1,000, Ooo, leather and manufactures thereof $750,000, ex plosives nearly $l.ooo,ono, while meat und dairy products amounted to about $."ilio.n(iu and breadstuffs $500, 000. of the $32,000.0011 worth or mer chandise received from the Hawaiian islands over $:to.iloo,tiiio was raw sugar. Of the $23,hoii.iiiiu worth of manufactures coining from l'orto Rico, $15,750,000 worth was raw su gar, nearly $4,000,000 wurth of cigars. I $1,500,000 worth of unmanufactured i tobacco and about $ 1,000,000 worth ; of fruit. of the nearly $13,000,000 ! worth of merchandise received from I the Philippine Islands over $11,000, I 000 worth was Manila, hemp, less I than $500,000 worth sugar and nearly I $250,000 worth of- cocoanut meat (chiefly In the form known as copra. Used In the manufacture of oil). Of the $11.(1(10.01111 worth of merchandise received from Alaska. $1,500,000 was fish, chiefl.v salmon In cans, nearly $1,000,000 worth of copper ore and about $500,000 worth of furs and fur skins, In addition to which there was practically $12.ooo,oo0 worth of gold, the product of mines in Alaska, and $2,OUO,000 of gold from foreign ter ritory, presumably produced iu tile Canadian Klondike region and sent to Alaska for shipment to the I'nited States. ii:c ni: voi'iihKi.r. Tlie Opiiliiiiitv Is Here, Parked by .llMiiiicriiic Testimony. Don't take our word for it. Don't depend on a stranger's sta:c- IllHIll. Head Albuquerque endorsement Read the statements of Albii'ilci ouo citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it: .1. M. Parker, living at 3 17 South Fourth street, Albuquerque, N. M., says : titled give faith sn y 1 l)o;il' -I loan's Kidney Fills are on to the .strongest praise 1 can them. I never placed much in patent medicines, but 1 can have derived more benefit from s Kidney Pills than from any ether I fill began to , ly. Several years ago I li.e indications of kidney complaint and tuv condition reach I the state where I was an almost con suiut .stifle! er from pain in my back and trouble of an aiarming nature ex isted with the kidney secretions. on one occa-ion the kidncv secretion. slopped altogether ami 1 had to one u physviaii draw it from inc. At that time I was cmpln.icd as a I i o- motive eng net r and had to give ur this work, as the jar of the limine made the pain in my !.- k In i nd endurance I suffered from pain acro.s my loins and in both sides nvn my hips that would have to s't down in a chair and lean my ha 1 ngani-t something to -upport it. At night after woti'd re! he I would i ft f't-ep any more than an hour before tin- pam Moind awaken pie About tliiee months ago I learned alum! 1 loan's Kidney Pills and procured a supply. In a -hort v time every difll eiilty i,is corrected and I hale no trouble ai a'l witn nil back and k'd nevs now i in occasions without number I haw ri imciidcl loan. koinev I'll!, and for i hen, w 1:1 alw . i n.itei cr I can sa s afford nie plea.s- ure. ' For sale by all dealers, cents. Foster-.Milouru f. New Voi k. so;,, agents for Prlce, 50 . ltuffa'o. I lie I'nited Slates. Remember the name Iran's take Ho other. and Kc-t lleitlcr in the World Itev. K stairu...;, m 7.st Ray mond, .Maine, says: "I hai e used Hucklen's Arnica Salve for several years. on my old army wound, and other obstinate sore, and find it the best healer In the world. I use it. too, with great success In my veter inary business. Pi-b e 2Sc at all deal. r LISTEN: ADVERTISE IN THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Issued at an hour when people have time to read Era paps REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION Silver City.N.M. L1ARCH 21, 1908 I'or the above occasion c will sell tickets to Silver City und return at rate of SIX 10 for (lie round trip. Tickets on sale March IS. 111. 20 and 21; dual return limit, March 211, 11)08. T. E. Purdy, Agent mitici-: it!t pinric.ATiox Department of the .ntetior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 26. 1908. Notice is hereby Riven that Bias Gomez of Grant. N. M., has fiied no tice of bis Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his c'.aiin. viz.: Homestead Kntry No. T'l'iT. made April !. l(i(i for the lots 2, 3. and 4. SYV U NE. Vi Section 6. Ton n.-hlp 11 N'.. Uanfre s W., and that snld proof will be made before tleo. II. Pradt. V. S. Court Commissioner at Iiguna. N". M., on April 13, 1M0S. lie name the following witnesses to prove bli continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz I.ucarlo I'andehirla. if Crant, X. M ; (ieors U. Pradt, of I.aguna, X M ; Mnrcelliio Abren. of San Ma teo. N. M.: Juan de Jesus Velasquez, of Grant, V. M. MANUEL R. OTEHO. Register. I'or Iliscu.KH uf the Skin. Xi al ly all diseases of the skin such is eczema, tetter, salt rheum and barbers' itch, are characterized by an Intense Itching and smarting, which often makes life a burden and di.-turbs sle-p and rest. Quick relief may be had by applying Chamber lain's Salve. ' It allays the Itching and smarting almost instantly. Many cases have been cur.J by its us'. For sale by all druggUt. "I figure that nn advertisement placed in an pvciiiiijr paper will bo rend at least four times as well iis (me placed in a morning paper. The reason is ob inis Fn the morninr jiecple are too busy to read at any lrnirth. They louk over the headlines, and possib ly read i lie articles that are of special interest to them then throw the paper aside. The day's work is be fore them and mn-t be done. But in tho evening the work of tho day is behind them, and they have the time, and also a greater inclination, to read. After supper, in easy chair and slippers, they will take up the nvnimr paper and read it to the very last line." These are the sentiments of one of Albuquer que's largest merchants. Think it over and decide if it is true. Qoooooooooooo Convenience - Comfort - Security The telephone makes the duties lighter, tha cares lens and the worries fewer. TOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN TOUR HOME. THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. 90t3OOtOOtO0OOe0tK Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPM: ;.r.J 1HIRD Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors l'urt- Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Lujuor ! i!n Glass nr Gallon. Heer by the Hnttle or Ca-. . i-'.in.ily Trade Solicited SaCisfactio i tin it.;;-t; ,!. Call, Phono or Send for Solicitor HAVE ROOM TO RENT? OR A HOME? 2 Do you know that people are" almost lighting for quarters right here in Albuquerque, and now? V A 4 4.4 .4 . An ad like this 2 .-'UK IlKXT LaiKc. iieil tin i,..-ii-,i. well ventilate, 1 front room, mo Inn .iii.l sanitary. ( i( Hlake St. 0 placed in The Albuquerque JCitizen will secure you a tenant at the small cost of 3 limes for 35c, or 6 times for 50c. GIVE US A CHANCE To figure on that bill of lumber. Our lumber comes from our own mills located In the best body of timber in JCew Mexico. A large stock of dry spruce dimension on hand. Why not buy the best when It Is Just ut cneap? It will pay you to look into this. RIO GRANDE LUMBtfi GO. Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette ooooooooo The telephone preeerre your health, prolongs your life and protect! your home. 00tKDO0tK3C0OtOroCO i I'Ikuh- lujy 6 YOU A 0 0 ?