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PAGE TWO. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing: Company ol Albuquerque, New Mexico. n "Scientific Rain Making 66WfET FARE EM 9 9 -"The Best for You Mr. Farmer and Mr. fnrestot" n Immense Modern Storage Reservoir In The Bluewater Volley Means Sure and Abundant Crops and Rapid Increase In Value of Both Water Rights and Land. tf. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR PTOHCRIM ION RATES ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. .$6.00 bj mall In advance nooth by mail Month by carrier wltliln city limits... atotered m ncrond-dam matter at Hie PostofBce of Albuqorrque, N. M m At of CXm grows of March 3, 1878. The only Illustrated dally newspaix In New Mexico and the beat ad- medium of (lie Southwest. AHiroiT.norE citizen is? Tke leading Republican dally and weekly newspaper of the Sonthweob The adrtHVte of KeuMlran principles and tne "square in-iu. AXBrQVKIigi'K C1TIZKN HAS: The nnest equipped Job deimrtnienl In New Mexico. latent report by A anuria led l'res and .luxiuarj ami somoo. "WE GET THE NEWS FlItST." STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" BcrnofifCo is for Undrews This county Is undeniably In favor of the re-nomlnntlon and election of W. H. Andrews for delegate to Congress, and over 80 per cent of the voters In this city and county have already signed a petition demanding: "that the Republican pa-ty return Mr. Andrews to Congress. In the face of that f.ict, and In the face of all truth and fair dealing, the Las Vegas Optic of Las Vegas, which Is feebly supporting C. A. Spletta of Las Vegas, asserts In a fake dispatch which was evidently written from some of the stult occasionally appearing In the Morning Democrat of this city, that Bernalillo county is not favorable to Mr. Andrews. If the other dispatches published by the Optic from other parts of New Mexico have no more truth in them than the one purporting to come from this city, then Mr. Spiesa is Indeed hard up for support. Bernalillo county is for Mr. Andrews first, last and all the time. It will end a delegation to the territorial convention instructed for him, if the voice cf the majority of Republicans prevails In the primaries, and when Mr. Andrews is nominated this county will give him one of the biggest majorities aver polled here. The Morning Democrat, which follows a policy directed from Demo cratic sources in this county, has as its object the disruption of the Repub lican party. It has not dared oppose Mr. Andrews as sirongly as It would like, because it knows that the Andrews sentiment here is so overwhelming that it would suffer severely in patronage and influence. , The paper has always been run along highly sensational lines and has attacked every Republican of prominence in New Mexico at one lime or an other, and has ever failed to see the least good In the party or any of its leaders. The Optic errs badly upon this occasion when it follows the tead of the Morning Democrat in attempting to belittle W. H. Andrews end to deceive its readers into believing that the people here are not for Mr. An drews. Every paper and every individual has a right to an opinion, but this matter of the selection of a delegate Is an open question only so long as the various candidates and their various papers and friends keep within the bounds of truth and reason. Does the Optic think for one minute that this city and this county is going to turn down a man who has done more for it than any delegate we have ever had? v Does the Optic think that the people of this community not realize the Importance to this city of the expenditure of $160,000 here at ti.e dullest eason of the year as the result of appropriations secured through tne hard work of Mr. Andrews and his friends in Congress? Does the Optic think for one minute that Mr. Spless or any other man baa any chance to secure the Bernalillo county delegation over a man with a record 1 ke Mr. Andrews? Does the Optic think that it can deceive the balance of the territory Into believing that Bernalillo county will turn down her resident delegate after ill he has done? The Optic should wake up. It Is getting Into bad company. The Citizen acknowledges the right of the Optic to support whom it pleases so long as It gets any pleasure out of the Job, but the Citizen resents the publication by the Optic of a lot of guff about this county, which Is furtherest from the truth, and it wishes to assure the Optic that Mr. Andrews will be nominated on the first ballot against the field and that he will be elected. He is stronger now than he ever was, and his nomination and election are purely a mutter of good business Judgment on the part of this territory at a time when it is demanding statehood ai the hands of the next session of Congress. It would te little less than silly to send any other man to Washington to work for .statehood. The Optic and the other papers opposing Mr. Andrews will have their trouble for their reward. The people of New Mexico want a man in Congress who does things. ALFALFA SUGAR BEETS, CORN, lU WHEAT, (Valencia County took i st I'rize, Chicago World's Fair and Gold Medal Charles ton Exposition) OATS, (Valencia County took Second Prize Columbian Exposicion VEGETABLES, ( I guess yes !) THE COMING APPLE COUNTRY " -;.,. (t (nor US.. v . ... la ' - ... . , , . tJ -v f -y v - J San In On Corntr of lb Bluiwater Reservoir. IN BLUEWATER VALLEY " Main Line Santa Fe Railroad. Two Railroad Stations, Many Passenger Trains Daily, Freight Trains Every Hour. Telephone and Telegraph Service, Modern Irrigation System. Deep, Rich Soil. Shallow Well Water. Cheap Coal,! Cheap Lumber, Lime and Firewood, Splendid Grazing in the Foothills. FIVE PAYMENTS ON PURCHASES. NO WATER MAINTENANCE CHARGe, For First Three Years After Purchase. Don't Wait, Write Now. NO INTEREST, NO TAXES, Soil Repoits and Literature Mailed Free. BLUEWATER DEVELOPMENT ALBUOUEROUE. NEW MEXICO. COMPANY DAILY SHORT STORIES Citizen Stands Corrected FOK IlEll. Ily AI II. ftliirtln. Dolores scanned the portrait with flaming eyes. The face of her lover seemed to smile back upon her and his arm rested lovingly on the shoul dor of the pale beauty from the great nation across the blue waters. With a sudden burst of passion sne tore the photograph to snreas anu dashed the torn fragments to the i could ground. That he, the daughter of could? the r.ch and noble Don Pedro iSuual- ..jj0 Editor of the Citizen: I notice that you have referred to the fact that there are sixty thousand dollars being expended in Albuquerque during this the dullest time of the year, as the result of an appropriation of 130,000 for the Irrigation Congress and an additional $30,000 for the federal building. I do not understund why you do not give credit for the full amount. The original appropriation for the federal building was $100,000. Add to that $60,000 more and you have a total of $160,000 which la going to the people of this community right now as the result of the work done by Mr. Andrews. Having called your atten tion to that, I would just like to add that if this county turns down Andrews and fails to send him a full delegation instructed for him, it will be the worst mistake ever made here. At the last election I was one of those who voted against 'him, but I am for him now from first to last, and I think every one else who has the interest of this c.ty and county at heart should view the matter the same way. Andrews has done something, which Is more than I can recall of any of his predecessors. If you care to publish this, al right. I think it Is due Andrews and the community at large. Yours truly, A VOTEK. The Citizen gladly publishes the above and states for the benefit of the "writer iht U stands corrected. One hundred and sixty thousand dollars it Is, and should be, and the Citizen in referring to the matter in the future will make the correction. t" It appears from a statement published in the Municipal Journal and Engineer that the criticism pajwed upon mun-cipa! est. mates, that they ire always larnely under the real cost, does not apply ti Xe York, where the tendency is In the opposite direction. According t the publication quoted from in 146 contracts executed during six years, the actual cost aggregated $17,050,740.71, or 5.4 per cent less than the tsl tnxtes. The .Municipal Jour nal attributes this result o the selection of good engineeis. an,) intimates that it is hardly to be looked for in cil.es in which favorites and iiicoinpeteii H i required o make estimates. Eight hundred tons of Australian hard woods h ive been shipped to San Francisco for use on American railways as sleepers. The consular report from which this Information is ex.racled says that the shipment is the fore runner of many others. It will have the effect of making Americans sit up and tike notice that their supply of timber must be ruiin nn low hen the I'nlted Ma;ew has to resort to Antipodean forests for its railroad sleepers. la, and the belle of a score of Vil lages, should be thus deceived was more than her proud spirit could bear. Her head sunk between her arms and convulsive sobs shook her slender form. Suddenly she roused herself with a ' ror and blood, fierce effort. Her vengeance ahould I Lieut. Morbrew be worthy of the traditions of her passionate race. "He cares nothing for dangers that threaten him," she murmured, "but he is the kind of man that will trem ble at the slightest peril that hovers around the girl he loves. And with that threat will I win back my own. And her white beauty shall grow more pale as the days wax longer. And Bhe shall know what It means to be scorned even as I do now." Silently she slipped into the Jungle and the day wore on heavy with, por tentous threat. 4harp commands and the men after binding their prisoner's arms secure ly retired to a little distance. "You did not expect to see me o soon, Lieut. Morbrew, did you?" she demanded tauntingly, "und you little thought that the girl you had prom ised to make your br.de. was the lead er of a band of the terrible bolo men. You have dared to deceive me me a daughter of the south. You know thut my race give death for less. And that proud beauty who lias supplant ed me! Is it so easy to forget the call of love, Lieut. Morbrew?" "I was engaged to her before I met you, Dolores,' the man answered hoarsely. "I alone am to b.anie. 1 not help loving you who Hut I must be true to her." you see my true followers?" Gi?oss ICeHy t Co (Incorporated) Lieut. Alvah Morbrew, walking quietly on his rounds, burst into an exclamation of dismay as he was sud denly seized by a dozen strong pairs of arms and held firmly. In the seml gloomi he easily distinguished the forms of a hundred of the dreaded bolo men of the Jungle. And a look of fear stole (nto his eyes as they rested upon the girl. She Issued her CIIIITOX FLOVXCK. she demanded, indicating the dark, crouching forms w.th a wave of her hand. "They want but a word from me to raid yonder town. Your friends dream of peace, but one l.ttle word from me and they will depart in hor- And your pale iove. what of her?" I sShe spread out her hands with an expressive gesture. In the misty light ! ' the man's face blanched a livid gray, i "What do you require of me, Do lores?" j "IT you wish to save the lives of ' i yonder friends and your love, my I rival, the way is open. Come with - - ...til vvu ..III k.u : lliu Ul your uwil le r win. t j married by the padre and in the si- ' h nce of the palms you may yet learn to love me. Our faithful followers will guard us. When 1 am angry I will vent my rage upon you. And when 1 am tired of your presence you shall die. Hut that wil not be for many years, perhaps never. And your friends and the girl you love w.ll never know how near they were to death. Will you follow me?" With a long last look at the dis tant vlllKe he bent his head sllentiy und raised her hand to his Hps. The people of this county should notice the manner in which the 1-ax Wirua Oiitlc U worklnic to secure the nomination of a man from that town. A delegate to Congress who resides in a co"".iunity Is a great asset, par ticularly when he has the ability to do things possessed by Andrews. N wonder the Optic would like to liave the delegate from San Miguel. Backed by the Ng Pennsylvania delegation, W. H. Andre can give New Mexico more ren .esentatlon in Congress than Is enjoyed by many of the tJi. u'hui ,i.,.winv would Charles A. Sides or K. A. Mann have? Think U over before you vcte. One hundred and sixty thousand dollars being expended In Albuquerque at .his th dullest season of the year, yet a few knockers have the temerity .h- r.m.mii.ntlan end election of W. H. Andrews, the man who ' wj'J"' ...w - - - does things. The Citizen publishes the news the day It happens, publishes it twelve hours later. Ths morning paper With formal street costumes many kinds of little ruffs are worn. The most popular are a double flounce- of chiffon or mousseline, fastened at the side with a large rlboon. These dainty neck pieces are of black or a shade to contract with the gown. iiti;i. vitmvAi.s. Alvurado. ti. I. Davison, Louisville; H. Puchcl, New York; H. L. E.lard, Silver City; J. Uib'jon, H. K. May, N. C. Suns, L. W. Ogdeii, Winslow; W. F. Fl. tch- vr, Topeka; F. White, Quincy; J. J. Cusser, Chicago; Kobcrt Steeil, San Francisco; O. W. Low, Chicago; C. F. Moore, C. F. Morse, it. Vegen, El I'uso; S. H. Marcher, Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Washbrun, Mem phis; J. Van Houten, Katon; J. N. Ilcrvcy. Santa Fe; M. 11. Miller, Kan sas City; J. 1. Thomas, Denver; J. J. Stocks, Chicago. X. Uibo. Grant: J. H. Marston, Hland; C. M. Hrooks, Williams, Ariz.; V. Kapler, J. H. lUpic-r, Thoreau; B. a. Cruig, Clair; H. N. Hrown. Trini dad; 11. C. llfeld. Las Vegas; H. 8. Stevens. Santa Fe; J. F. Gumsley, St. Louis; G. F. Gibhan. Socorro; F. W. Focrster, Kansas City; S. U. Roberta. Uoswcll; . A. lloberts, Iloswell; F. M. Fierce, Chicago; It. E. Vasse, Las Vegas. Grand Central. L. Maxwell. W. Jones, P. J. Mur phy. W. Dunlop, O. F. Moy. Las Vegas; II. Teusdale and wife, El Paso: H. C. Hureer, Denver; ,D. D. Miller, Fort Wayne; Miss Nellie Orr, Ann Arbor, Mich.; David Stewart, Skawhigan, Maine. Savoy. J. W. Meeker. Hlen; R. S. Mar- sh.l. Denver: J. K. O'Harrow, Den ver; Ed Moore. Uloomfield; J. F. Oasser, New York; William Fonktn, Chicago; A. E. Myers. Pittsburg; II L. Bumbaugh, Willing-ton, Va, Craure. W. O. MeClitton and wife, Georgia; Mrs. M. Miller and family, Georgia. Wholesale Grocers Wool Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Gffoss Kelly & Co, (Incorporated) XOTICE FOH PI BLICATION. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe. July 8, 1908. U. N. M., Notice is hereby given that Robert Thompson, of Casa Blanca, N. st.. who. on June 19th, 190$. u.ade Home stead Application, No. U44 (serial number 0179), for NWH NW, B SWA and NGH SWH. Section 14. Township 8 N.. Range I w.. w. m. r. Meridian, has filed notice or intention to make Final Five-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George H. Pradt, U. S. Court Commissioner, at Laguna. N. M., on the th day of August. 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: -- R. Q. Msrmon. of Laguna, N. M.; Lonls Kowunl. of Casa Blanca, N. M.: Oort blo Kowunl, of Casa Blanca, N. M.i Levantonlo Sarrallno, of Paguste. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. BANK ? G0VVERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. AU DEPOSITORY A. T. & S. F. RAILROAD CO. REPORT OF CONDITION JULY 6, 1908. IJABILIT1E. Capital, surplus and RESOURCES. Loans'and discounts 965,048.84 Cash and dui trim other banks 384,837.78 All other resources- 26,200.00 $1,376,086.62 profits Deposits - All other Liabilities I 1 Y S 231,247,06 1,097,310.90 52,528,66 $1,376,086.62