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PAGfi TWO. RATtTtDAr, FEHKILIRY 20, 1109 The Albuquerque Citizen PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By th- Citizen Publishing Company ol Albuquerque, New Mexico. FTE SUPPER SMLE W. S. STRICKLOR PRESIDENT WILLIAM. F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR SATURDAY 7VGr, FEBRUARY 20th, 1909, FROM 7 TO 9. M R SUBSCRIPTION HATES. One yr hj mil In adranoc Uim montti by mall One month by carrier within c&r limit. .$5.00 . .50 . .00 Entorrd M second-dam nrnUM- at the PostrfBoe of Albuquerque, N. M. aader Act of OtwpMt of March S, 1810. Hie only Illustrate dally newspaper In New Mrilca aiul the fceet ad vertising medium of Uie Southwes. nif iinrnrTRnn: mTTZEV IS: The leading IlrpnhUcan daUy and weekly newspaper of the SoaUiwert. The advocate of Republican principles ana me -Mjure TBK AXJirQUERQUE CITIZEN HAS: The finest equipped b department In New Mexico. rbe latest reports by Associated Proas and Auxiliary News ScttIc. -WE GET THE NEWS FIRST." STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" Ws fayor the Immediate admission of the territories of New Mexico and Arlsona at separate states In the Union. Republican National Platform. Its for It Is now stateJ thnt Minister Buchunun. who returned to ontzuela when Castro abandoned th. country, has concluded an agreement with the new government which is . xp. ctod to clear up all points of disagreement be tween the two countries. The asphalt company's case, which s the only one whlrh the country knows much about, has been seuied oy me cuinu ....... Ing directly with the Venezuelan government. The company gets back Hxeil annual miyment to Venezuela In payment Its concession and pays a fine of $60,000 as a penalty for Its promotion of the Mattos rebellion. The other claims In dispute, apparently not InvnlvinK the honor and dignity of the Veneruelan government, go to The. Hague tri bunal where. In due time, and at large expense, they will be disposed of. Apparently the agreement is ono requiring confirmation by our ennte, which it will doubtless receive. Both the Venezuelan government and our own are said to be entirely satisfied with the settlement. The phonograph has proved a source of Joy to all nations, but the rulers of Russia find lurking in its disks the elements of future troubles, which must be met with the old-fashioned weapon of repression. In the United States candidates for office have employed the phonogrraph to present their claims, and the Russian revolutionists have been quick to seize upon the Idea. Hence the appointment of a censor who will hereafter listen to every record Imported Into or made in Russia to see that the new-fangled affair, does not preach doctrines displeasing to the autocracy. The United States In 1908 consumed the enormous quantity of 8.939,350 bags of coffee, which represents a per capita consumption of 4,607 pounds. There are other countries In which coffee Is more popular than In the Unit ed States, Holland for instance, which consumes 7,350 pounds per head of population and Sweden which gets away with 6,994 per capita. iJenmark and Norway are also great coffee consumers. Curiously enough Turkey. whleh In cnmmonlv suDDOsed to be very fond of coffee, only uses ..iXfl or a pound per capita. ISc CllAMnilAY .1;M IXU. . . 10c AinoNkcag (linmhray Gingham comes In 32 Inches wide and Is fast color; plain colors of tan. light and medium shade of blue, grey, brown and ox-hlo.d; also assorted size checks In light or dark blue and pink, Sat urdny night special, yard 10 KAY HOSE. Very fine elastic Uibbed Hose, fat black the kind that need no supporters, they fas ten right to the waist; all sizes; regular lie value the world over, Saturday night per pnlr 25 Hie I'EKOAI:, 8ATIIIOAY NKiHT. . 10 These are ghort lengths of the best Percales, the pieces run from i to I yards; they run in light or dark colors and full yard wide; you will be able to find two or three plei .e alike; Saturday night special, per yard 10 aSe A 40c WIIIHK llllOOMS IXU 23 This broom is 10 Inches long, made of gjod fine straw, metal cap and ring to hang It up with; Saturday night special ... .33 nuu K pi jrncoATs 3 Pour dozen Petticoats made good and full, all lengths and waist measures; ma terial are sateen and near silk; values up , to $2.00, Saturday night special .r. .. -83 HEAinVKAIt FOR THE CHIIiOllEN Children's Turns and Kkldoo Caps, a fine assortment of plain colors In grey, red, blue or brown, black and white shepherd checks or scotch plaids; also Corduroy Tarns In solid colors, blue, brown and red; also one lot of University Caps, values to 90c, Satur day night special 49 Jockey Caps for the lltdo ones A goodly number In light stripes, checks, plaids or plain colors of red. blue, grey, etc., 35c value, Saturday nfght special 23 75c WASH PETTICOATS 43 They come In plain colors, aieo neat stripes made of Chambray Gingham and Madras; Saturday night special 43 50c AM) 65c IMtESS GOODS Jf) Ten pieces of 36-Inch Dress Goods In light or dark colors, novelty mixtures, checks, stripes and plaids; values to 60c and 15c, Saturday night Special, yard 19$ IUCIIAIUM40VS EMBROrDERY OUTFIT Containing 1 pillow top, 22x22 1 back for pillow 1 specially written diagram lesson In which every stitch jo numbered 6 skeins of Richardson's grand prise Grecian Floss assorted patterns; 35e value Saturday night the ECONOMIST. 1Q 1 " ASSOCIATION OF DAILY SHORT STORIES ARIZONA Commercial Bodies Join for the Purpose of Bene . fitting the Territory us-f.n-e Phoenix, iKeb. 20. The organiza tion of the various commercial bodies 'of Arizona Into an association which I 'lll work In harmony for a", thing" l.tcnefielal to the territory ut larg.' . -!i ...11 1 if 1 ... V, I V. t,aa Unn Knvnlntr anvarnl miuiftia la hf.irin I ... ai uii rtn in o pus oeen completed und the new nlng to show signs of developing into a first-class volcano. A tremendous.' , ,, ... . . . . .i u- v. A .. ., ll fl,t t.w,U r. un.l oil isolation will begin the Ilk Ol foru to extinguish the flames have proved unsuccessful. The latest develop- 1" enrn.Ht. ment puts an end to all hope and its abandonment means the destruction Of I lhe n,'w organization is known as an oil field which once promised to greatly augment the world's supply fl,tn'' Arizona Commercial nmociatio.t petroleum ' I starts with a membership of ' I twelve commercial clubs, represent ing the larger cltlea ef tb territory. Meetings will be called whenever the invasion arise and all the time the turious clubs In the association will work for the territory's good. It is expected that much g od can be accomplished by the new organ. -zutkm. Working together much may be accomplished that could not be ac complished by a club singly. The of ficers of the association are: Charles H. Akers. Phoenix, pre.-i-msnt; George F. Kitt. Tucson, first vice-president; F. O. Poison. Wil liams, second vice-president; J.nm'S Kwlng, Globe, tliird vice-pr. sidwit ; W. P. McNalr, Douglas, fourth vice president; iF. A. Jones, .phoenix, .see rety; George Fisher, Tucson, treasur er. The nrgunixatioiM In the asso tion are: Wlckenburg Tri-County Board of Trade, K. S. Jones; Uenson Hoard of Trade, J. A. tgarra; Tuc son Chamber of Commerce, George F. Kilt; Mesa Chamber of Commerce, . S. St:lllev: Vnmji . .ni m..i.t ,1 THE GOLDEN CHANCE. By Stuart It. Stone. "There Is heroism In the world," said Mme. Satanelll, of the glit tering theater Imperial, "as much as ever there was when Peter the Hermit went preaching and plumed knights tilted." And she regarded Mr. An drews wit;i her great, expressive eyes. "It passed out of the world when men traded blue robes for pantaloons. Show me an Instance." "I will." nromweil madame. "Or der my carriage, please." Her red on ln tne rlP tl,at produces strangu- llps closed firmly. Just a chance, mii'm. chuckled Billy the Bantam; and he Jerked a precious pin from madame's collar. "Help:" cried Mme. Santanelll, rather softly; and Sandy, the fruit boy, sprang. The Bantam had possessed himself of the looser throat and hair orna ments an 1 was tugging at the spark ing rings. Sandy clutched him by the thr .at and yelled. Then Billy the Bantam released madame and proceeded to crush bis friend Sandy, lie was about twice as big and three times a.s strong but Sandy held on. Billy the Bantam drew his great arms tighter and clapped the boy's ribs ln constrictor lasnion dui tiinuy would not let go. Finally the Bantam drew back one I brawny fist and banged and slapped the apple boy's head but Sandy held In the rather dark and gloomy side street off the avenue of grandeur, Samlv. the mmh-r-urt ln.v unlurhiln. ! ed his scowling friend, Billy the Ban ' tarn. The Bantam, between his II , luminating remarks, helped himself to Sandy's fragrant fruits. "When I was out wf rambled I Billy the Bantam, and partook of a California pear. After Billy the Bantam had visited l-ation. And madame of the Theatre xiiijjrnui, raising ner supertine so prano to loud, penetrating cries this time, brought strong men running. They yanked Billy the Bantam away to the station, and they put the bat tered Sandy in a splendid carriage. "I have found an Instance," an nounced Mme. Satanelll, bowing, "and here it is. A rather bruised In stance, but a good one." And Mr. Paul, hearing the storv. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE. N M At the Close of Business January 4 J909 Topeka Journal: separate statehood for Arizona and New Mexico is now ln sight, the. national House of Representatives having passed a meas ure making such, provisions. Surely the Senate will not find an excuse, t i sold It up. Thess communities have been far more worthy of enjoying state hood for a number of years back than have ono or two others in the land which have given evidence of late that they are scarcely fitted to be states. Germany has taken hold of the aeriul problem very earnestly and prom ises in the near future to build air ships that will carry 3,000 or 4,000 pounds of freight. The outlook for profitable business Is not very brilliant Jus at present, but If the air can be successfully navigated with ships that can carry a couple of tons of stuff, respectful attention is going to play an Important part ln future warfare. Commenting on the fact that Upton Sinclair, who wallowed In the slaughter houses of Chicago and also found New York society to bo far from perfect, has now discovered that marriage is Imperfect and therefore, quite wrong, the New York American thinks that if Mr. Sinclair will continue hi. search for Imperfections he will finally be obliged to expurgate himself. If the 129,000,000 fine assessed against the Stundard Oil company by Judge Landls were only available now It would come In handy to pay the ex penses of the Panama canal work for the ensuing year. Colonel (Joethiils, tie engineer, tstimates that exactly such a sum will be needed. "Why do nice women flock to see Immoral plays?" is a question which the public of New York Is discussing through the columns of one of the newspapers there. Surely this Is a simple question and can be answered with "Oh, Just because." That's a woman's reason for doing everything. Mr. Taft's announcement that not one dollar has been spent for graft on the Panama canal work is of the Ratifying sort. Taft has shown hinnclf to be about the most dependable man in the nntlon. But probably Joe PulitzVr "vlU rise and remark that some one has been fooling Mr. Taft. One Harry J. Benson of San Antonio, Texas, has announced his intention to kill 500 humming birds to serve at a forthcoming banquet. Here is a place where a large, strenuous snat from the big stick would fit in nicely. When it comes to providing queens for the rulers of the earth, the palm must be awarded to Kngland. The fair Prineess Beatrice of Great HritainV royal family Is betrothed to Manual, the young king of Portugal. somewhat appeased his desire for the fruits of the hot countries, he wiped Ills great mouth on a bandana bor rowed from his host and complained of the harsh, bitter world. "Pretty tough at times, Billy; but It could always be worse, you know." siiid Sandy. "Huh!" scoffed the Bantam, who disliked optimists. "I'd like to know how ln Sam Hill It could be worse." "Oh. easy and easy," declared San dy. "Karthquakes and train wrecks and typhoid fever and nobody ln the world to love you a bit. Besides, then- are a lot of cnances." "Huh!" jeered Billy the Bantam. "You're n soft one. What chances Ium us ducks got?" Hilly the . Bantam, havng delivered himself ,.f all his available pessi mism, reached for a fuzzy peach and settled down to gloomy silence. San dy, for purposes of preservation, moved toe em-t a slight distance a way. A quick. liKiit step was manifest, turning In from the grand avenue. A lady of such evident worldly prosper ity stopped in the dim light from S:I1I U''U Ullu.llin,. I . , .... . !,.. I....1. olub C. I). Baker: Flagstaff Hoard of!, he child,-. r the street ook , ice Williams Hoard Th. re were si,:iiUlln w-..i ,,f lioliulus In t:,,, l.,,l. u ....... i . iii un in luiiimeiec uno .Mines-, and lingers' iv. i-. .Mc.-sair; iogaies Hoard t.r Trade, iFrank Huffy; Globe chamber of Commerce. James Kwlng; Mari copa County Commercial club, ('. II. Akers. the diverse quarters of the earth and ! aid tnat heroism still lingered In the world. As for Sanly of the fragrant push cart, the chance had come to him. Madame wan rich, and madame remembered. WILL WORTH KNOWING Any Ijiunp In Woman's Breast Is ways Cancer. Al- Trade. M. 1. Powers of Trade, p. o. Poison; PILES CURED IX TO 14 HAYS PAiO OINTMENT ts guaranteed m cure any case of Itching. Mm i. rt ing or Protruding Piles In to 14 dv nr mnnev refunded aii,- i.nd she hesitated us a person lost. There Was no other soul a iroad upon t;ie little nide street, and It was lark. ' "Watch me," said the Bantam. "I know oni of your chances when I seen it." With that he slid over toward the liisitnnt lady, she turned upon him in ah. rin. "What do you want?" she demanded. "Abdul Hamid Is tottering t his fall." says a news item. Yes, indeed: Abdul has been doing that for years. In fact, Abdul is one of the most mt.--cessful totterers the world ever knew, we suspect. Those New Orleans people know h"w to do (Minus. If they served alli gator steak and gouher stew at that Taft banquet, they cleverly disguised them under unpronounceable French names. Jack Johnson says he Is willing to meet Jim Jeffries "in any nart of the civilized world." Still, It may be, that the light will have to take place In Nevada, where there are no laws against It. M. IriM "The Taft Inaugural bull promises to be something great," eays a Wash ington dispatch. Of course; certainly, if It is to be in keeping with the Slzt of the man to be inaugurated. ' If any of these Washington officials expect to snatch from Senator Per kins the "honor or being the last to catch the Roosevelt Ian wrath have to hurry. WHEAT FLAKE ran Wheat ranks highest as food. Dr. Price's food is ,hp made from wheat no breakfast complete without it. Hues that order from the White House regulaiing the gurb to be worn In the forthcoming lnaug'iral parade, apply to knickerbockers und golf caps also? Pittsburg has a man w ho leads a triple life, become quite a fad among certain members of the We suppose this will now millionaire set. Oxpropylemllisoamilumine th,. nounclng it Is probably flue exercise latest remedy for hi f-n- the larynx, too art weakness. I" "What is lltical "Jimmy' reform?" inquires the Milwaiike, employed by "outs" to get "ill." I'n Pies A sort of p. Country life uppi nlng to go us far us i als so strongly to President ossitile Into the interior. IJoosevelt that lie is plan- China's furewell complaint to President ore claiming t 'o much of th limelight. Ituosevelt Is that the Japaln Th. Darwin i 'iiica has Hi :ii News dolilits if the UM upon in. in. monkeys appreciate the honor which Looks as if up t i Mr. Taft. Congress has deti rmlni d to put Mr. Itoonevrlt's census bill ECONOMY IN LUMBER It makes no differ .nee to us whether y our bill of ma terial be for a cr ,cken coop or the largest building in the country, we are prepared to furnish the same at lowest prices. Our lumber is well seasoned, which makts it worth 15 per cent more to the building- than the lumber you have been buying. Tr us SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. FIBST STREET, South of Viaduct, ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. The papers made mention some time ago of several marvelous cures I of large cancers In women's breasts I by Dr. Chamley, the world renown ed cancer specialist of 747 South Mai" street, Los Angeles, Cal. This doctor makes the bold assertion that he has in over 3!i years cured more canoers than any other doctor living and of fers 1,000 If he falls to cure any singli' cancer he treats. Strictly re liable; no X-Hay or other swindle. The fact that not a dollar need be paid until cured should convince the most skeptical of the doctor's honesty anil fair dealing. He has, probably, I me nest book ever printed on can cers and tumors cured without knife or pain, wherein he teaches and proves that any lump in womun's breast is cancer. This book of testi monials of thousands of wonderful cures everywhere Is sent free to all who write Dr. and Mrs. Dr. Chamley & Co., describing their cancer. The reader may save a life by sending this to some one with cancer. Cancer Gurod Without Knife or Pain-Ma Pay Until Gonl IN WOMAN'S BREAST - ANY LUMP IS CANCER FREE BOOKCURE YOURSELF AT HOKE 9- RESOURCES Loans and Discounts . Bonds and Other Securities " '?,?11'!5 Real Estate 10.000.00 Furniture and Fixture 12.000.00 Cash and Due from othnr Banks "!!'.!!".!!!!!! SIS 990 l J1.331.06I 4 LIABILITIES Capital Paid Up , Surplus and Profits 150.000.00 Deposits Subject to Check .' cc'oi'!!0 Time Certificates of Deposit !,V!! t? Territory of New Mexico. I1.M1.0M County of Bernalillo. ss. ' I. W. S. Strlckiar. Vice President and Cashier t the abo-e to?h. . TOv,emn,VWear that the above Jite. ? S, to the best of my knowledf and belief. W. S. STRICKLBR, Vice President and Caahler. A. DSlTbe1 d "Wrn t0 befre me thl' lth day January. K. M. MERRITT, J"o" Public Correct Atto'f c' SOLOMON LUN'A. J. C. BAUDRTDOS) W. J. JOHNSOV. I WILL GIVE 51000 If I FAIL TO CURE AIT CAJfCEl 1 THAT BEFOU IT roisoMS Dtir glajdi Without Kails or Pain, at Halt Ptlcs tor JO lir. Not dollar owed tie paid nntll tnrwl, Absolut OuarantM. M years' oiporlaDoa. flOTBIl AMD DACGBTEI CURES Or AST CAMCEIS Dr. Chamtay enrod s larga eanrof 111 my broaat at my home Id IMS. Two yaara bWor Uiat be cored nil mother of larva cancer la each hreaat. Wa have both been entirely veil erer aloce. htutber and I to gelner know of at laaat erty of hta almoat miracnloua uurea. Dr. Chamlev aavod our llvt.. anil will artta to anyone wantinir InformaUoo about his wonderful palnleaa treatment Sn. Arthur Ualache, Vallnjo, Cal. "LUCKY" BALDWIN CUBED OP 9 CAN C LIS It glvea ma rreat ploanure to ay to the world that Dr. M. B. Chamley cored a larva ranuer In my hp and two In my tbroat. I had trlnd other doetura and X-Kay and dally strew wire. X ba-an with Dr. Ctiamley'a wonderful , treatment, ami In ten daya the 3ancera were oat and I have been Wl over 6 vara. . J. Valdn in, Arcadls, Cat. nnt Iwi rnife Book on Cancera ever printed SENT HkliE to thoae who dn.irlba their raneer. Wri.i. f..r the tmes una, Cancer Toiaous DliEPtlR every day Morns DR. AND MIS. DR. CfMMLtY & CO. 747 S. Ma. 1 St Suite , lo Angclo, Cel. B EST CO A L Hard as FlintPerfectly Clean Burn Longest Burns Up Clean Best Rocky Cliff Lump, $5.75 per Ton Best Rocky Cliff Egg, $4.25 per Ton Try it and you will use no other Direct Line Coal Co. Phone 20 First St. and trult Ave. M RIDLEY, President U. B. RAY, Secreury-Treasurer WILLIAM BRYUE, MANAGER Albuquerque Foundry & Machiiie Works (INCORPORATED) IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS General Foundry and Machine Shop Albuquerque, N. If. $ m.mm -a--a I ED. F0URNELLE Carpenter and Builder Jobbing Promptly Attended to Phones: Shop 1065; Residence 668 Ship Corner Foorto St. and Copper Ave. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. W. L.1 TRIMBLE A CO. LIViaiT. FEED . TJ TIlAXSt-ER STABJ.J- Horses and Mules boufht changed. BEST d 1 1. Second TURNOUTS IN THV CTTT Centiu Street between Copper As. Don't buy your rurnlture and floor covering until you see our line. We are n.Terlng special Inducements and want your trade; cash or easy payment-. 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