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PAGE TWO. A l7PTTOTTT?QTTT! CITIZKR. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY by the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. -' 1 W S. STRICKLEK WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR : ARIZONA HAPPENINGS jj i MIISC KIPTION KA1KS. Oaa yr by mull in advance ...$5.00 Om nontti by niaii M ()M I fmth by carrier within cilj limits 00 Entered a (ecrmtt-ctas matter at Ihe INrntofflee of Albuquerque. N. M.. (iff Act of OmgresM of March 3. 1879. The only illustrated daily neaH-r In Now Mexico ami the bout ad vertising nienlluiu of tlx- JSoutliwext. TRUE aliHVQVKHQrE CITIZKN IS: he leading Itoptildli-nn daily and weekly nev simper of llw Southwest, Ttie ulviKUte of Itepiiblit-Mii principles am the "Square Deal." HI ALM QlEnQVK CTTI7.KN HAS: The flnewt equipped Job department In New Mexico. The latewt report by Associated lrrwa and Auxiliary News Service. , "VK GCT THE NEWS F1ICST." STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" We favor the Immediate admission of the territories of New Mexico and aVrUona as separate states In the Union. Republican National Platform. i - t?ime to 13et Dust) l'hoenix public schools will open fof the fall term September H- During one of the recent floods n lllsoec 2 U Inches of rain fell In forty minutes. Court Is In session 1 Tucson to con sider the suit of isvcndcn vs. the Southern lUclfic for $10,UUU damag?. A long lit of prir.es ha been offer ed for sport at the old folks annua', celebration at Kaflord September I A. A. Waren of Congress will do f fty days in the Maricopa county Jail for attt niptintf to cash a bad check. After having been deserted by her huftiand for fifteen years Mrs. Mamie Katon of Phoenix has Hied suit for divorce. New furnKure and fixtures have armed for trie .Mesa postoftlce, which Is soon to remove to a new building now nearing completion. A committee of the Tempe board of trade has raised nearly $600 to send an exhibit to the National Irrigation congress. Cheap rates from territorial points to the coast are in f rect, the round trip from l'hoenix to Ixis Angeles be ing :o. After the Citizen forced the several wouM-be bosses of the new Re publican organization to Instruct the Iternalillo county delegation for Vf. H. Andrews this paper presumed that those gentry would have the de cency to carry out the work and see to It that Mr. Andrewa received a record breaking majority In this county to which he is entitled. The Citizen has not sought In any manner to embarrass the new county organization and has remained silent In order to give Chairman Glllen water and his committee a chance to open the campaign. But It now appears that Mr. Glllenwater, the Journal-Democrat gang and few other would-be bosses, are getting together for the purpose of playing peanut county politics while forgetting that the Republican dele gate to congress, Mr. Andrews, Is entitled to their fullest "support and as sistance. For some days past, a number of well known Republicans have been asking rather openly: '"What Is Gillenwtater and the Journal-Ddmocrat crowd go'.ng to do?" This question has become more and more Important as the days have passed and no sign of action has been seen In the new committee. The Citlzea desires to state for the benefit of Mr. Glllenwater and his few associates that the Republicans of this county are going to demand a square deal in the primaries and In the convention this fall. Nothing else will go. If Mr. Glllenwater and his associates are laboring under the delusion that they can rig up a slate, spring It at hastily called primaries at the last minute and force It through, they will be the chief mourners at a well ar ranged surprise party this fall. The Republicans of this county have heard so much of the Glllenwater Macpherson brand of good government and honest politics that they de sire to aee the system tried out by those gentry and this fall Is as good a time as any for them to begin. In the first place it Is time for Mr. Glllenwater and his committee to get busy. The Citizen calls their attention and the attention of Mr. An drews to the fact that the Democrats are organizing throughout this coun ty while the, Republican organization la doing nothing with the exception of Glllenwater and the Journal-Democrat gang, who are no doubt plotting how they can capture the county offices. The Citizen de-tires to say to Mr. GUlenwater, Macpherson, etc., that they might Just as well recognize at this time, that they are not the Repub lican party ef this county.. They may make all the deals they care to but they will never make them stick. They forced Andrewa to sign a certain letter favoring their delega tion at the last primaries and thereby secured control of the county by a xaeagre vote. Incidentally, they delivered to Mr. Andrews, through their commis sioners, a pledge that they would support him. It Is now up to them to make good and the Republicans of ths county are going to see that they do It, no matter how. bitter the pill may be to some of them personally. The Journal-Democrat has publicly announced that it Is still opposed to Mr. Andrews and Judging by the company he keeps, It Is safe to put Glllenwater In the same category. However, as chairman of the new Republican couaty committee, It is up to Mr. Glllenwater and his friends to get out the Andrews vote and now Is the time to start on the Job. If Mr. Glllenwater and his associates do not intend to keep faith, then now Is the time for them to let it be known, in order that Mr. Andrews may secure his own organization and look after his own interests personally. ' Deaplte the unfair methods used In the last primaries, The Citizen took Its medicine and offered absolutely no opposition to the new committee, This Is the policy which The Citizen desires to pnrsue. But this paper will state for the benefit of Mr. Glllenwater and the Journal-Democrat gang, tkat any treacherous attempt to betray Andrews in his county, will pre cipitate a fight which will put a crimp In them for some time to come. The Republicans of this county upon this occasion, demand early prl marles. conducted fairly and openly so that all candidates for county of fices may have an equal chance before the voters. The Republicans of this ceunty will not submit to primaries called hurriedly at the last minute and a cooked up Gillenwater-Macpherson slate forced Into the field regardless of the effect on the vote for Andrews. The Republicans of this county are well aware that any such a deal would knock the Andrews vote Into a cocked hat because Judging by the part which is the only safe criterion, the Journal-Democrat and its gang would not be above trading the Delegate for Democratic votes In the In terests of their county slate. The Citizen will state for the benefit of Mr. Glllenwater, that If he ' honestly desires a united Republican party In this county, he has the mat ter entirely In his hands. All that is neressary is for him to get busy, call the primaries, see that they are on the square and give every candidate an equal opportunity. I If Mr. GUlenwater. on the other hand, thinks that he Is big enough, with the assistance of the Journal-Democrat gang, to force a slate through the primaries at the last minute and permit the Republican delegate to rus tle for himself, all he has to do Is to make the fact known and he will be given ample evidence to convince him to the contrary. The Citizen has postponed calling the attention of the new county or ganization to Its duty, until the last minute., but It agrees with a major ity of the Republicans of the county, that this side show lafTair conducted h- the county chairman and the Journal-Democrat has gone about far enough and It Is slime for them to fish or cut bait. Iyet us have a square deal and give our delegate to congress, the ma jority to which he is entitled. President Dullard of the Automo bile Owners' association is arranging for a motor car race from Phoenix to Tucson. A Saturday afternoon holiday may be inaguratcd in Safford, the purposo being to pull off the-ir ball games on that day instead of Sunday. El Paso & Southwestern traffic of ficials met in Tucson Tuesday wltn M. O. Bicknell of the Randolph lines for a conference on railroad matters. F.xnerlmental raising of sugar cane In the Sulphur Springs valley Is meet- m with gratifying success ana sev eral fine specimens are on exhibition in Bisbee. Dr. Tafel of rhoenlx has been elect ed a member of the KamDier jMiieen Thousand Mile club, because he has driven a Rambler automobile tne ais -tance Indicated. Dr. J. A. Chandler, president of the Mesa chamber of commerce, has Just returned from an extended trip east. during which time he did aome good boosting for his town. Struck by a switch engine In the railroad yards at Tucson, C. D. Hel- wlg, a Kansas City traveling man, was so badly Injured that he died hours later. a few A Tuma convict named Dennlson has presented l'hoenix lodge Kn'ghts of l'ythi&s with a bi-autiful hand en graved and lnla d gavel, his own work, made in spare hours In prison. Frank Coon, a Pruscott bartender, after being beaun to a queen's ta--ue by his wife, wan arretted, fined by tiie court and ordered to pay his mili tant epuusu a monthly allow unco of 125. The Black Chief Copjier oompany of Yavapai county has eroded a new hoisting plant on the Uncle- Sam group of claims and will posh devel opment work in aa aggressive man ner. Los Angeles papers report that Mrs. Ward well, the Tombstone leper who recently escaped from the Tombstono hujipitul, la aiowly starving herseif to j deuih in that city, refus ng to lake , food in any form. The Santa Fe car shed in l'hoenix wad threatened with deai.ruc.1. on la -it Thursday morning, when prompt work of the fire department checked a fire which might have caused great lo.s to rolling stock. Albert F. Potter, an official of the national forest service, is in Phoenix and will make an examination of the Tonto forest reserve, investigating al the same time complaints mado by cattlemen of that district as to the alleged misuse of the national forest. President J. R. Nicholson of the Santa Ana Mining company, a prom ising property In the northern part of Maricopa county which has been idle for some time for want of funds, has succeeded in Interesting new cap ital and the property will soon be working again. People residing in Miller valley. In Yavapai county, complain of Indis criminate and reckless shooting by people from Prescott, who como out with guns and shoot at almost every thing that wears feathers or hair. Signs such as "No shooting on these premises" have no effect on the.n and are not heeded. Under the auspices of the 13ibee Revolver club, recently orgarlzed, a series of matches, laving until the 13th, has been arranged. opn tu u.l. Domineck Breteno, an Italian em ployed In the Holbroj'it mine at Bis bee, had a narrow escape from death in a cave-In Thursday night. Ills arm was broken and he sustained other injuries. elty L Co (Incorporated) K FEAR GERMANS I W MAKE TROUBLE The Republicans of this county will demand that their county organi sation support Vf. H. Andrews loyally and hone-tly and that the big major ity to which he is entitled in this county, is not Jeopardized by machine made methods in ah effort to mpture all the county offices and the county printing. The Kaiser's Action May Fore shadow War Among the. Nations of Europe. London, Sept. 9. It would be both easy and foolish to manufacture a war scare based on Germany's pre sumptuous action In Morocco. There Is a considerable Bectlon In Europe of the diplomatic world which utter ly disbelieves Germany's peaceful protestations, and which sees In her extraordinary preparation for war the same duplicity which preceded her attack on France In 1870. They also point out that almost every oc casion when the Kaiser declaimed in favor of peace most emphatically, as a few days ago, nas Deen tne precursor of some offensive action on the part of his government. Never theless, the idea that a war imbroglio Is likely to grow out of the Moroccan situation is absurd, and it is not countenanced in any responsible quarter. Germany's present action Is pre d-ely what might have been expect ed. She Is still smarting Under the belief that the series of ententes in the past few years has been aimed chlelly at her Isolation. She Is do ing now precisely what it has been foreshadowed that that she would do, namely, seize every opportunity to make petty mischief and antagonize those powers against which her re si ntment was strongest. That she desires war at the prewnt moment is not true now any more than at the time of the Algeclras con. ference, when she could have had !t If she wanted It. Even assuming that her designs are as machlavellan as her critics allege, the time Is not ripe and will not be for another four or five years at the shortest. She coulo whip France hands down, but even the present Invertebrate British gov ernment would Instantly Join Issue in the contest, and Germany is, of course, aware of this. The Kaiser cares nothing for Mo rocco. He has simply discovered an otner pawn In the great game of weltpolitik. and he la using It for all it Is worth. His last move was so premature that It may result only in making him ridiculous, as today's heavy defeat of Mulal Hang's troops suggests. In that case he would prob ably turn to the situation In the near east, which has a much more serious oeaiing on European politics. It Is already mooted that a revision t t ie Merlin treaty must be one of the inevitable outcomes of the Turk ish revolution, and this would be a dangerous undertaking when one of the members of the so-called Euro pean concert Is In the temper of Germany today. Public feling In France is natur ally highly exasperated over the Kaiser's action In regard to Malai Hang, which la regarded as an In tentional snub for the French peo pie. Their government Is quite wise enough, however, not to be stung Into retaliation, which Germany might be able to Interpret as unfriendly ag gression. This restraint may Involve some sacrifice of pride, but France has shown herself capable even of this in the interest of peace during the early stages of the Morocco crisis. According to the best diplomatic information available, not a single power is likely to support Germany in her a-tsamed role of champion ot Mulal Haftg at the present stage of events, ........... Wholesale Grocers Wool Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Gi? oss Kelly fe Co. (Incorporated) THE STORY OF 'TO" "Texas," a comedy drama by J. Mauldi Felgl, which Is in Its fifth sea son, will be presented for the nrsl tline In this city. Tnls Is the origin al production and there are six mem- . oers of the original cast In the com pany. It is a most stirring uplay. li) Is a comedy drama of the western plains and the action of the play. takes place In Texas and the name of the heroine is Texas Wst. The play has the charm of atmosphere, J and the story which Is 'simple. Is; well told. The interest is well sus- tained and there are some thrilling! dramatic moments. The characters j are skillfully drawn and are as clear cut as a cameo. The characters are f . .'.-.Jk.. 1 :n 5 The Kansas City Star's Campaign Offer From Date to 30th November, 1908 $1 00 - We will, upon receipt of One Dollar, mail Tne Kansas City Star, Morning, Evening and Sunday, from date received to 30th November, 1908. ACCEPT THIS REMARKABLE OFFER TODAY The Star reported the Republican and the Democratic Conventions on a scale never before equaled by any paper. If you want facts about all parties accept this offer and read The Star as it is independent in politics and fearless in expression. Send along your dollar today together with your name and address written plainly. ADDRESS The Kansas City Star, Kansas City, Mo. I I The Journal-Democrat h"ie that it will have better success with Its Jast product. on 'n the I lemocra; If newspaper Him. The other one, was a little too strenuous for even Its versatile mud slinRtrs. The Democracy of the new hanlhlM an not lie well questioned now. Jt has been formally approved by the Journal-Democrat and Is paid for by the Deniocratic vential committee. It Is rumored that some people who U'f I to -rat on a pedestal eery morn and w .oliip at the ..Hindu after rea ling it Instead. ae. the Jourmal-Demo-shiine, n w wash their Every t an ,iunrf deal in oe. 'i :ate for euuiity nfiice. the primaries thi.s fll. should see to It that he gets a No G'llen vrater-MMapherson slate Fair priiviarn s nil! (,,. the slo.m tills fall. Tjt t us see n exempllticit tleu of that koi 1 g'tvei nun nt e have heard ho much about. In ndd.tiou to Mr te KeubUvan paity. li lien utt r nd the Journal-Deaiserit. tkere I t Sometimes wkeii :rd cwtit hem w rooet. w e its. rr And i:e Vioa hease For Iwan feed give your ntocti Kan Has Hod Itran, clean, fresh and healthy. A great producer of milk Ideal for horse, cows and poultry Put up under the supervision of tlie State Board of HealUi. No smutty wheat, refuse oatsi and corn nor mill tmeeplntt ground In this bran. The Kmpire Mills furnish each guarantee with each and every sack. For any dissatisfaction your money Is return ed. E. V. Fro, South Flrwl . lMioiie 16. ECONOMY IN LUMBER It n'.ikes no difference to us whether tour bill of n a t. riil te for a chicken coop or the larp st buiMing in the country, we are prepared to furnish the same at lowest pricts. Our lumber is well seasoreil, which makes it worth 15 per cent more to the buiklinq; than the lumber you have been buy;n7. Tiy us. SUPERIOR LUMBER AM MILL COMPANY FIRST STREET, South of Viaduct, ALBUQl'E- QUE. V, M. Two Prominent Cliarnctera in "Texas" not dragged in to help along the ac tion, but the action develops natural ly and consistently from the charac ters. The hero of the play is a stal wart young ranchman, who is strong, heroic and resourceful. He loves Texas West, and the course of their love would have been smooth and sunny, but for the piottmgs or i-as qual. a border half-breed whom Jack Dallam, the hero, has branded as a cattle thief. An English lord Is lso concerned In the plot and en- deavors to purchase Huckhead ranch. the home of Texas, as he has learned there are valuable gold deposits on the land. He Is prevented from &o-1 Ig this by Jaey Dallam, who learns t suddenly that he has become rich through his oil fields In eastern Texa. j Jack purchases the ranch and the home is saved. The strength of the play lies both In the plot and In the characters and atmosphere of the plains which pervades it. The love story Is very prettily told and th comedy element Is bright, sparklln an.j breezy. The coming production has bee tmwal s will he seen at the Elks' theater on September 12. WITH AMPI F MFANS ANMlNUIPPAttFn FAfll ITIFt ! V mm Ha r r tr m w w w mm m ta mr m v atf THE BANK F COMMERCE OF VLBDQDERQDE. N. M. 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