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I'ltllVW. . MM:i1l 20, IMi THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W, S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT svBsciurnoN hates IhM year by mall In advance Une month by mall Oh month by carrier within city limits) Entered as spfoml-rlns matter at m) Act of Oonjcrcwa of .March 3, 187V. The only Illustrated dally newspaper In New Mexico ami tlie bee ad wrttslng medium of the Southwest. tick Ai.mQrKRQrK citizen is: The leading Kepuhlirnn dally anil weekly newspaper of the Sonthwert. The advocate of ltrpiihllen principles and the "Square Peal." lOTt A1J5VQIEHQVE CITIZEN' II AS: Tbe finest equipped Job department In New Mexico. The latest reports by Associated Proa nnil Auxiliary News Service. "WE GET THE NEWS FIHST." "STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" Ifc, '.. a e - - - - - - - - - - - -". IlEPl-IilJCAN TICKET 1X)II - v.. - lln. g For J Sleyster. For Board of Education Second ward. U. W. Hopkins. For Board of Education Third ward. llev. J. C. Rollins. For Board of Education Fourth ward, 1. S. Kosenwald. tradition Smasftecl For a great many years the 'valor of the United State." nur-M! and his deputy ha been a matter of ome national pride. The wil 1 and woolly west Is ailed with stories of the early exploits of these generally dating and brnve men. Even now, la Home quarters In mountain and plain, the -'eputy with his exposed gun U common sight. Many distinguished citizen have been deputy marshals and some have through their gun skill ncoulred vast repu tations. Now comes a story of how a group of these bold follows suffered the hu miliation of disarmament at the hands of a rude band of Kansa" highway men. The outlaws not only took the guns of the marshals, hut they laughed at them as the outrage proceeded. We can we Hat Ma.ster.-on and Alfred Henry Lewis, and other men who knew how to handle six shooters in the good old days, as they read the news. They will wax scornful and declare that the halcyon times are forever gone. Imagine a Bat Masterson or a Charley Basset t giving up to an ordinary hunch of jayhawker bank robbers. Scraper Crave Wanes Architects In New York are Joining in an effort to limit ty law me height of buildings. It Is claimed that the Massachusetts law. which limits the height of buildings In Boston to 80 feet, has proved a great benefit. The appearance of the city Is better and the tendency has been to spread business over a wider area rather than to concentrate It In one place. Skyscrapers lead to a fabulous increase in the value of certain real es tate, but their effect Is bad on the real estate market as a whole A rule that leading experts urge is that no building should exceed In height one and one-half times the width of the meet on which it stands. George W. Babb, president of the New York Board of Fire Underwriters, prefers a limit of 60 feet for non-fireproof buildings, ami ISO feet for fire proof buildings. A 16-story building is ubout 180 feet high. Cut Upon Qnarcfiy The country will annlaud the efforts of New JVrsvy oftlcla's who are oing after the active anarchists of that state. The sensational papers that preach the doctrine of tire and sword ought to be suppressed, and there will be nobody In the country who will think that by so doing the authorities are In anyway infringing upon the constitutional freedom of the presj. When an anarchist or an anarchistic newspaper writer advises the use of firearms and the torch he deserves small consideration. This country 1 not a good place for the doctrines of the man of violence. There 1 no room In the Unlu-d states for the follower of the red flag. t A number of youtg women telegraphers In Denmark recently went on trlke. demanding Vjl same pay and other treatment received by the men. The government, wich controls the telegraph system, realizing that a refusal would probably -an that the male employes would walk out I" sympathy, conceded the demand on condition that the women would do the same work aa the mtiv. - This was accepted, whereupon the foxy politician in charge of the deifcrtment ordered the young ladles to cUmb telegraph poles to re pair bryen wires. Then broke out the second rebellion and again the girls won, J." t'me without any loophole in the peace compact, v ' ' ' Ulclimond Pearson llnbson says he rejeoled the influence- of submarine boat people to get him on the nival affairs committee. To one so used to being kissed it probably m viih i to smack of the irregular. Governor of Massachusetts has been nominated a grand officer of the crown of Italy. Hope It won't make him too chesty to talk to an ordinary, undecorated governor. The pessimist on national affairs will note that In spite of the presence of the Meet in the Pacitlc we have left enough vessels to take caie of emer gencies on tlie Atlantic side. That report which tells us that jVff Mavis ran from a joint debate must have double and even triple continuation In f.n-e anybody who really knows Jeff will believe it. The lace curtain Industry lias been Introduced at M.ind.ilena bay. It takes a battleship about one minute t.i turn an ordinary canss target Into a Nottingham pattern. Heijuired to give $30,000 ball, '. W. Morse said peevl-h'y. "Well. I sup IKe I'm the goat." In that case it's proper to epna e li:n from the sheep. For the henetit of readers may be well to state that A'.nii.zi is tlie name of an Italian duke, and not a code cipher in wlreles. telegraphy. Senator Itailt y says lie's agm' the trouble iwixt the senator and his dear Sugar trust du -ctors vote in favor HOW the shade of II. (I. I t . V MleVel will The glued wood manufacturers have nrgnn'zed to "'.ick t w' ter watch out, or they'll et Hie big stic k together Whit Schmitz got, according to justice. San Francisco flan i lu her eiithu-iasin m.T the tleet, tlagdulena bay. This i u great era to live In, but to queer it. Prof. Bell's aeroplane Rej Wing hiii cap. W 'n't somebody please '.lart a vice WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR . I.VOO . .50 . .SO the rostoffloe of AlDnqnerqiie. N. M THE CITY OF Al.IU Ql EICOUE For Mayor W. W. Strong. iPur Treaturor-t-J. C Paldridge. For Clerk Horry F. Lee. For Alderman (four-year term) First war J, W. Hayden, to succeed himself. For AlJerman Second ward, D. l. Pout right, For Alderman Third ward. B. H. Ihiggs. For Alderman Fourth ward. J- T. MeLnitgh- Hoard of Education First nurd, I'.. A Aldrich financial lull. No erious old da.i. John I),, we pray. of greater publicity f -Kir affair. wiggle. lief. prevailing f i . ula t b.v . was pure California is almost tcmpte' to ainu-! a thir l Thaw trial is almost enough tiew well, which is quite ri feather in president boom for somebody? FOR A VACATION AND REST No difference what has brought you to New Mexico health, recreation, "port or observation you will like The Valley Itanch. 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, rea.l, walk, ride, drive, shoot, fish, trap, or Just simply loaf, and no one will bother you. They have every th; rig you could need on such an outing, from cattle and cow punchers to ea--y chairs, and all at your disposal. Most plcturesiiue scenery, beautiful roaiis and paths, near or squirrels, as you prefer; pood horses, tents, 'ahins or houes, fine board and last and best of all, a Jolly good crowd ladles anil gentlemen. AM) YOU CAN'T SI'i:MI MOHE THAN NINE iml.LAICS A WEEK. For further particulars, call at The Citizen orrice, or address Valley Ranch, Pecos, N. M. PERSONAL ! 1' A HA O K A P IIS Should you fail to receive The Evening Citizen, call up the Postal Telegraph Co., telephone No, 36. and your paper will be a' delivered by special messenger, f It. 1.. 1 fieri of Santa Ke Is in the cty on business. 11. A. Slcy.stcr returned last night from Uoswcil iitnl other points. Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Sanchez of Va lencia are in the city visiting. Fred Hunlng of ls I.unas was an Albuquerque visitor last night. A. H. Zelgler has gone to Chicago aft r a visit with his family here. Mrs. o. K. Crom.vill left last night for New York, after a two weeks visit here. Mr. and Mrs. (1. W. !ros of To- hatchle, were visiting In the city yes terday. Oldsmoblle runabout In good con litlon for pale. See Dr. Hice, Har nett bldg. William Hitchcock, master me chanic at San Marclal, is in the city on business. Don't forget the M. W. of A. bene fit entertainment at Crystal theater rtaturday night. Mrs. X. G. Ullery and Miss Jennie Ullery of Roswell ore registered at the Alvarado. Rev. John R. Gass returned to the city yesterday from a trip In north ern New Mexico. J. H. Hamilton of Dewey, Okla., :iml W. M. Holland, of W inn. In the une state, are In the city. Miss Kathryne Corocran of the Columbus hotel left this ornlng for Fletcher, Oklahoma, for a visit to tlatives. Maynard Gunsul, who was very ill several weeks with typhoid fever. was able to come down town today In buggy. Superintendent F. C. Myers of the Rio Grande division, arrived In the city this morning from a trip of In spection over his division. ti. R. Allen, former editor of the Eas Vegas Optic, passed through the city yesterday on his way from Las Vegas to Bisbee, where he now re- tide. If you wish to spend a pleasant evening and be royally entertained, go to the M. W. of A. benefit enter tainment at the Crystal theater Sat urday light. Mrs. C B. Coleman has returned from Smyrna. Michigan, where she ircompaiued the body or her son, un lectrlcal engineer, who was killed at Kinsley, Kansas. Come out to the M. W. of A. bene- lit entertainment at Crystal theater Saturday night and witness one of i he best performances of the kind I ver presented In Albuquerque. I J. V. Key, superintendent of the Eastern Railway of New Mexico, was nn Albuquerque visitor last night. The railroud men have dtthbed the ut-ofT the "Gila Monster." Prof. John ('rum of the University of New Mexico and one of the best tutored Knights of Pythias, went to Mountalnalr this morning to Install a dge of the Knights of Pythias. Attorney E. E. Medler and Captain Fred Fornoff. of the mounted police. w ho were at Kettner to attend the preliminary hearing of Policeman i Murray, returned to the city last ; night. I Cvl. Uobert Hopper of New Tork, , and W. H. Weston, president and general manager respectively, of the j Victoria Chief Minimi company of Engle. N. M., are in Albuquerque on business. Tlie children of tlie p'.ib'V schools I today planted tries, flower? and grass I at various schools In the city. Be- cause of tlie qu irterly examinations j being held the cercni'inie were not elaborate. Clifford Hayden left his bicycle In lout uf the K. I.. Washburn Co., store last evening about 7 o'clock. When he returned an hour later it I was missing. Mr. H ayden says that he- believes that it was stolen. The parties selling tickets for the Woodmen's benefit, which will take place at the Crystal theater tomor row evening, have met with great ull,.c...i to ..lll,1 tl,.L-.,d On i,. .a s dd eighty tickets last night and sal I mat lie nopcit t.. mage it iuu even. All are cordially Invite. 1 to attend the services that are being held at the Christian church even evening. F. F. Grim is conducting tlie meet 1 ig. His addresses are earnest and la- present.', them in an able manner. The subject under consideration at ! '.in this evening Is "Hear Ye Him." W. F. Jones, of Emporia, Kan., ho s in New Mexico looking after the interests of the E. W. Lewis Con struction company, Is in the city on business. Mr. Jones' headquarters at present are at Vaughn. N. M., on the Santa Fe cut off where the E. W. Lewis company has u ballasting con tract. The finest display of drawings and photograph of scenes in Albuquerque ever collected Is to be seen In the tviiidow of the Farr butcher shop near '.lie potoftice. The pictures are the work of Samuel Fltes, of the Fltes studio, and will be used In a book of Greater Albuquerque to be published joocxxxxncjocxxxxxxxxxxxxxy Insist on Butternut Bread AND Look lor f He Label Hot Rolls Every Morning at 7 O'clock. TRY OUR CREAM PUFFS Trench Bakery 202 East Central Phone 597 ULXXXXXXXXXJJOOOOOCJOOOUUOUU by the firm of Fltes and Lyons. The book will undoubtedly be the finest work of the kind ever gotten out In the city and should be adopted as the official souvenir of the Sixteenth National Irrigation congress. "The Golden Rule of Moses, as the Iiasls of Universal Brotherhood" will form the subject of Rabbi Ch.ipman's sermon at Temple Albert, corner of West Gold avenue and South Seventh street. thlH evening. Divine service will commence at 7 : 4 ." o'clock. A cor dial welcome is extended to everybody to attend. Ellsworth Ingalls. Unitcil States at torney in New Mexico for the Indian depredation claims department of the lepartnient of justice, returned to the city this morning from a trip to Roswell on official business. Mr. In galls says that the recent visit of the Albuquerque boosters to the Pecos valley metropolis Is the chief topic f conversation there. W. E. Hodges, general purchasing agent for the Santa Fe, Is in the city on one of his periodical visits, and walke-d out to the tie treating plant two miles south of the city. Mr. Hodges Is a pedestrian of the Henry Weston cl iss and a four mile walk to him is Just a little light exercise like one should take before eating break fast. Mr. Hodges whs talking to Har ry W. Kelly of I,as egas this morn ing when he decided to visit the pickling plant, so he asked him to go along. I lie lirni of Gross, Kelly & Co., of which Mr. Kelly Is a mem ber, h u been selling the Santa Fe a good many ties in recent years and consequently Mr. Kelly Is more or less Interested In the new tie treating plant, so he consented to take the walk. The start was made early but it was nearly 1 o'clock when the two men trudged Into the Alvarado on their return. Mr. Hodges was in the lead and walking easy. Mr. Kelly was several paces in the rear and coming hard. SECURE BEST TALENT FOR AMATEUR SHOW Having secured the ablest and best assistance obtainable for their bene fit performance at the Crystal theater Saturday night the members of the M, W. of A. feel safe in promising those who patronlee this entertain ment a program seldom equaled and nevei surpassed for genuine merit, Atnl it is with more than ordinary pleasure that The Citizen announces the following names of friends who have coii.-ented to assist in the en tertainment : Two vocal .solos Two vocal soUis- Vocal duct Misses er. -Mrs. Dr. Frank Mrs. it. J. Collins. .Veher and Itlueh- Violin solo- Pn Whittling solo VochI .-olo -Mr Vocal solo Mr. f. He Mauro. Mr. Kerztifii. Gould ScottI VochI solo- -Miss Mize. Instrumental solo Miss Bracken. 'omic Wlllards. i 'oniic nag. that the trale.i so nlackt'ac special! y Tli. "Dandv .T'.m From Caro- r iiieudoiff ntso announces niuving pictures and lllus ugs will be especially good. Complete program of numbers to be rendered will be announced Saturday TRUSTEE'S NOTICE. As tvu.-lc. of the est:n.. nf J. F. Palmer, bankrupt, I w ill receive hi is for the real estate, stock of groceries, fixtures, wagons and other personal properly nf said estate at Room 1. V. T. Amiijo building, where a list of the properly can be seen op or be fore April 3. Rids being ."iibject to the approval of creditors. II. S. KNIGHT. Truste,. in Bankruptcy for J. F. Pal mer. Dated Albuquerque, N. M , March 20, 1 908. Kodol is a scientific preparation of vegetable acids with natural dlgeit ants and contains the same Juices found in i healthy stomach. Each dose will digest more than S 000 rralns of good food. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly Co. at i jlfJCf F. Farming Largest and cS f DEALERS: We especially desire to call your attention to our larp;e line of Walking and Sulky Plows, Scotch, Steel and Disc Harrows, Cultivators; Hay W Presses, the Improved Buckeye Mower the strongest and most satisfactory mower on the market at the present time, especially 3 $ worth buying or having. REFAIhS: We cany i cpan o iui uui 111.1 o Ul SAMPSON WINS SUIT AGAINST THE RAILROAD Is GIon .linlginciit After Three ! Trial Which Cost the County Nearly :i(0. After a trial lapsing over the great er part of three days ami costing the unly close to $3U(i, B. E. Sampson, mail clerk, was given damages In the sum of 191. 1U this morning In a suit against the Atchison, Tope kit & uiitu Fe Hallway company and W. Trimble & Co. S-ampson sued the defendants for $90.10 which he al leged to be the amount due him for doctor bills and time lost while suf fering from a sore thumb, sprained while handling mall on a wagon own ed by W. ti. Trimble & Co. at the Santa Fe station a year ago last Jan uary. E. W. Dobson, attorney for the rail way company, said mis nrieruooii that the defendants would ask for a new trial, and If a .new trial should be refused nn appeal would be taken. The cost of the Sampson case to the county was about as follows: Judge's salary for three days ..$ 45.00 Sheriff's salary for three days. . $4.Vuil Juty fees, three days Pailiffs. two. at it per day, . . 14 1.00 1 2.00 Court stenographer. $7.50 per day Court interpreter, $7.50 per day 22.50 r.to.00 Dlstrief clerk, $10 per day... Total $2S8.00 The case was an appeal from the Justice court. Viilu.il Stale Petit Jury Calliil. The territorial petit jury was dis missed this afternoon until Thurs day of next week during the trial of I'nlted States eases. The first United States case called Hook and Arthur proprietors of the was Stanley P. Wallace, former Suntiy.side resort indicted for fail- in Old Albmiuerque, lug to destroy revenue stamps on casks of llouor. The alleged offense was committed January 11, 1907. Charles Mehan. indicted for inter fering with and secreting United States mail, will be arraigned this afternoon. The case of Charles Webb and Uob ert Miller, Indicted for conspiracy to fralid the government by failing to cancel revenue stamps on barrels of beer taken from the Southwestern Brewery & Ice Co. will be culled when the case on trial Is finished. The United States grand Jury had made no further report at 3 o'clock this afternoon but was expected to before the close of tlie day. The United States grand Jury will proba bly complete its work by Monday, if not tomorrow. Tin: fashion cvii: has hi:- i:TI.Y MOVi:i ITS ol'AKTKKS I'ltOM 2 IS NOITII SXOl STIIFirr TO 211 SOI I II MKIMI, Tin-: m:xt inn hi. its .ni I M 111 it TO ICKMIMItliK WIIIA' VH 'ltK Ill'XtiltV. TOO I. VI'K TO CLWslFY. ST iI.K.V A Monarch bicycle from corner of Second and Hold. . Iteward for Information leading to its re covery. WXXTKI A lew first elas salesmen can secure exclusive territory In Xew Mexico or Arizona, where they can make $300.00 or better per month. The United Wireless Tele graph Co., A. V. Bagsdale. general fiscal agent, room 18, Hotel JJe laney. Kodol la a scientific preparation of vegetable acidi with natural digest ants Htid contains the same juices foimrt h a. healthv stomach. Each dose will digest more than arums of mod food. Sold by 3,000 J. H. O'Ulelly & Co. IL O ITIK'S HOOT OF QUALITY. STORE. BKF.lt. Till: IlK.FJt WALTON'S UltlCJ H. STRONG FURNITURE Strong Block Implements Most Complete Line Ever Shown in This City guuua, Prices the Lowest Quality the Best S Write for Prices and Descriptive Catalogues. W Mcintosh TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS St. I ,nils Speller .Market. St. Louis, March 2(1. Spelter firm, 4.65. St. Ismis Wool Market. I St. Louis, Jlarch 20. Wool steady, .unchanged. New York Money Market. N'ew York, March 20. Prime mer cantile paper 5 U if 6 per ccbt, money on call easy, 1 ifi 2 per cent. t lUiiigo Produce Market. Wheat May 95; July 0 rn SOU. fiats May 534; July 4 64 76. Pork May 1 2.4 2 V4 1 July $12.82Vi Lard May $7.92 H; July $8.12 H Ms. 15. Klbs May' $6. 82 Julv 7.12i. Corn May 664j'T: July 63 V. .New York Metal Market. iXew York, March 20. At the met al exchange today all grades of cop per were advanced 4 cents a pound in bid price, making Lake 12!iffi 13c; electrolytic 1 2 it 1 2 Tie and cas'ing 12H 'n 12c. Lead steady, $3.90 4.00. Silver 65 c. Xew York Stocks. Atchison Preferred Xew York Central Pennsylvania Southern Pacific Union Pacific Preferred Amalgamated Copper U. S. S Preferred . 73'S, . 85 . 96 .116 . 73 .124 . 80 . 5714 . 33 . 97H Chicago l.ivotM'l.. Chicago, March 20. Cattle Ile- ci-ipts about 2.000. Market strong. Beeves $4.01i 6.65; cows and heifers $2.1oc,,5.40; Texans $4. 25 fi 5.25 r cal ves $5.00fi 6.50: western $150'.,:, i r stockers and feeders $3.1 5 if 5. 2" Sheep Receipts about B.Otto. Mar ket tstrong. Western $4.25 (Tf 6.85; yearlings $6.00fT6.25; lambs $5.85 7.60; western $6.507.85. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, March 20. Cattle Receipts 3,000, Including 700 south erns. Market strong. Southern steers $4.50(0 5.75; southern cows $3.00 4.50; stockers and feeders 3.25'iv 5.S5; stockers and feeders $3.75 5.25: bulls $3.50'fi 5.00; calves ti.00iv 6.25; w estern steers $ 4 .75 6.35 ; we-teni cows $3.50'ii 4.75. Hogs- lieceipts rs.nuu. Market strong to 5 cents higher. Bulk of aali-s $4 75 14.95; heavy $4.85 fit 5.00 ; pack ers and butchers $4.75 (it 4.95; lights f 7iifu 4 90: pigs $4. 154. 40. Sheep receipts a.otio. Market strong to iic higher. Muttons $ 5.75 tv 6.6n : anibs i'i.50 it 7.75 ; range wethers .iMiKt'7.10; fed ewes $5 500 6.30. i i:i: s .N)i ici: t ui.am ami ICK tltKAM SODA. WALTON'S rmi"; stoic i-:. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to tb tut as Maple Sugar" Children Like It For BACKACHE-WEAK KIDNEYS Try DiWltts KldMj lad BUddn PilU-Suri ind Ssts a complete stock of hardware go Wholesale and Retail Wearing low ishoes in the morning (and evening exposes you to the dan ;gor of catching cold. Avoid this risk by buying a pair, of our cloth over. gaiters. They are first grade and cost only fine. C. .May s Shoe Store, :iI4 West Central avenue. P.MATTEUCCI inAA Caiia M Ham.!.. jiiut jiuic qiiu ncpdii) 105 North First Allen & Vickrey Plumbing. Tinnins: and Galvanized Iron Work 207'a E. Central A. Phona 1515 F. TOMEI & BRO. MERCHANT TAILORS Have now revived their spring unci summer noolties of die lineot im liorted unci domestic suitings. Their fit and workmanship speak for them selves. Cleaning, pressing and rowUr. lug not equaled In the c.ty. fail early mid ai( ru-h. SSimpier Clark Shoe Company NK.XT INNMt TO POST! H I ci:, NOT ON LY - 1 C I C Till; for women, but also good :io. of other makes. The sl'M'LOWKK and I NDKOi I ..l()S , h .es for Men and Boys are anion.: the best. Ladies' Shoe- from fl 2 5 'o $4.n. Men's and Hoys' fi,:n rfl.;.-, to $3.00. piioni: i toi r j,,., work to do. We will , It, repair it ami bring i again. Price Sewed 11 i)f Sole... repair ne for '.o you . . . 75C J. P. MORELLI Ladies' Tailor 622 West Tijeras Ave. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL TIIK OI.DKST MILL IX THE CITT. When In uefd of kaslt. iloor, frame ete. Screen work a vialty. ! South Kir street. Telephone C .