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ATVRDAT. APRIL 3, 1909.
TAGE TWO. ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. The Albuquerque Citizen PUBLISHED 1)A1LY AND WEEKLY Bv the Citizen Publishing Company o Albuquerque, New Mexico. M FTE R SUPPER SALE W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM. F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR SATURDAY NIGHT, APRIL 3rd, 1909, FROM 7 TO 9 O'CLOCK Till: OIT K 1A1. NEWSPAPER. ' I I I I I March 29, 1909. Territory of Now Mexico. Office of the Secretary Public noticJ . a hereby 'ven tht Council eubs.ituU for IIo bill No of th- T ' hary" of latlve assembly, approved March 17. 1909. r ci u i r i . Mexlco. The the Territory to designate an "mfl"lj,"--pch offlnrwi-Per of Albuquerque Citl,.n is hereby designated a- Jf?rfAt New Mexico. (Signed) Secretary of New Mexico. Wash Stocks 19c BtBSCRimON RATES. Dm year by mall In advance ut month by mail.... Omm month by currier within city limits. . . 15.00 .no .60 Just received a new ulilpmcnt f Idicc. IJmn. mid Net StiN-kx. I" trenl tHrloty of now offtftn ami iMUItnis; tin y come In all white, ir white with a llts-lc- touch of color. 1 u lilt y clocks of Chiffon, Venice nnl Orletitul Inec ami 'l. In bII b very pretty aHHOrtiiicnt, siih-W worth up to 50c, Saturday night wtcclal 10 vomi;vs nosi; 2."c Women's plain black or tan Hose, also black with whit- feet. In regular and out si?s; the kind that sill for 33c; Saturday niKht special 25 IIILI'REVK HOSE 19 Children's Iacc Ll.-de Hose, colors, tan or white, k'ixi s 6 to 8Vi, regular rrices 35c. S.iturdoy nlKht special 10 I PANTS' HOSE 19 Onyx and Ironclad brand of Infants' Hose, f.ilors black, sky blue and white, plain silk lisle, also lare lisle; sizes, 4, 4 H, f, n',4, ( and 6M, selling regularly to 35c, Saturday nisht special li Corset Cover Embroid eries 23c 13 piece, of Corset vcr Knibmitlcrics of Swls., Cambric ami Nainsook, a jrootl as sortment of pattern, worth up to 50c yard, Saturday night special 23 Tt KKIMI TOH',W 5 A good unbleached Turkish Towel, size 16x 32. regular 8 l-3c value, Saturday night special . 5C ioir-in-ham ties. 2 ixm 2."c 2."ic white Four-ln-Hand Ties, made of M drts and Cotton repp, will launder nicely, .Saturday night spcclul, g fir 2o MUSS ftOOIM 19 10 pieces of Dress Goods, In light or dark colors, 36 and 38 Inches wide; Just tha thing for an Inexpensive skirt or children' dress, worth up to 65c a yard, Saturday night special 19 PERCALIiS io 25 pieces of full yard wide Percales, all new spring styles, and cornea In light aad dark ground with neat figures, stripes, dots, checks, ring patterns, etc., In all colors; the kind usually sold for 15c, Saturday night special, yard 10 matter at the Ftwtoffiee of Albuquerqae. N. M.. 111 V;- wesw A - - - ner Act of Oonfcs of March S, 18- The only Illustrated daily newcoaper in New Mexlea ami the kr j-mastng medium of the Bouthwcrt. THE AIJUQCERQIE "TIZFTV IS: newspaper of Uie Sociliwetit. The leading n-T.ouare Deal." The advocate oi iira""" ! "WE GET THE NEWS FIRST." --r. a T-T7Tj-rr pow NFW MEXICO' S Z of h. territories of NewMe?lco and - ..kte. Tin the UnionRepublican National riatrorm. m.nuD m wr IMA ECONOMIST. II PUCE W ON COMMITTEE nance committee. It was . hcudi ri by Violator Aldrieh, of Uhode Island; Hale, if Maine, nd Idge, of Massa (liusetts, all from New lCngland. "Aldrieh. Aldrieh, Aldrieh." drawl-1 c 1 Mr. ElkhiM, "and llrtle. Aren't i they enough for New Kngland? Tln'y Subscribe for the Citizen and get are alert, adroit, like tigers, doml- j the news of New Mexico, paling the Senate. They are the o greatest leaders th" Senate has had !a44 4)4 Our Milrt ami collar work la per fect. Our "WBItSTIO FIXISII" la the proper thing. We lead others follow. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. Zifxo rtwo Cent e?ar& Th nuestlon a. to whether or not a two cents a mile passenger fare Is , . the railroads claim, la becoming more muuuieu u,... confiscatory, as the railroads claim dimensions has the Tcpeka Journal. ZL renort of the railroad , . this .nntpntion Dy ine mun . --w teen omiucu i.w and warhouse commission of Illinois. It appears that during the past year t. .v... ..11,1. nnrratine In that Senator From West Virginia Attacks Senate for 'Favoring New England three cent d the revenue derived from the two cent lares w- xn.teri.lly increased over the figures of the previous year, l here now... h m.teri.lly increa . .ncreafle(, ,helr passenger train service to .i ., thn nrevlous year wnen during the last year as raroi - - - . . a revenue derived from the tf fares were in oruer, Thpr(1 ia nothing Washington, April 3. Senator 101 klns, of West Virginia, who wanted representation for his state on tho Senate finance committee, which U dealing with the new tariff bill, and did not get It, made things lively in the Senate by paying his respects in to snow, euner iu.i . ... ...,wt. arl.loil con alderably to tne expend ' , t yeur was practically very vigorous language to the way expense of the passenger service in Illinois for the past u ' NVw England "monopolizes the bu.-i- .-hT-.ame as it was for the previous year. Indeed, it may have been U.s ne 8enate The tinle ha,i W .' r.tr(.chment5 in all lines which the railroads have been n.ak- cQmp ,n h,s oplnlon to ,)roUst cause of the te"'n A"0P two years. against the "true conviction of the inf for the past eighteen months or I1)ln(lg tl) travel than there are h docured tnut ,le 8t0od UIIUUUUlcu.7 - - - - In twenty-live years. But no, they are not enough. New England must have Ix'dge to help it out. Then look how far thry got from the south and the middle west. California, North Da kota and Utah." (Kean called attention to the faot that Pennsylvania and Illinois had members on the committee. "I am glad they have," Mr. Elklns. Mr. Elkln's colleague, Mr. ScMtt, tried to get a chance to speak but Kean made a motion to go into ex ecutive session, which cuts off debat". snapped j Send for Our Select List of FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPERS . whereby you can Insert dls- play ads In all papers for FIVE DOLLARS PER INCH The Dake Advertising Agency, ' Incorporated. 417 & Main St 11 Oreary St Los Angeles, Cal. San Francisco. REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE. N M At the Close of Business January 4 J 909 . . . t,H as XI i Mr 1 1 in Kansas. ."T. .... .u ,iir..!id. In all probability tney I would not stand ouletlv bv and watch the report of ol taking New Kngland protect her manufac tured articles and place upon the jrl. where the sufficiency of a two I for protection of all sections, and the Illinois ral,i;oaaOB';, ""L. bv the railroads from time to time flee nst rnw muterial8, such as coal, at their face value the f u'e' y, because tiny have many ron- lron am, hldea, products of the eouth, !?W .V: :nr to nroduce on thi, Vubjoc-. according to the demands Mr. E,kin accused the three New lilU LUIS " . of the occasion. . ,1PHtlon the railroad officials In Occasionally in tneir ed fact that two cent fares do disposition In ravor of free thU section of the country point ut an tBted terrltory , the trade in order to get certain raw ma not prevail In New York state, the .enuate there Governor terlals on the free list and then turn ti nd that because such a fare would not De adequate m i fc,.. ,ho, h . Hughes effected a -r -troke when h . vetoc, "i. great fut.ng to protect their industries. parnea ihb " " " , vu hn. iPpn carried on a two cent senator i,ouge, oi aiassacnuneiu! bulk of the passenger W"!"" rC7road whlch .weep who has Ju-t been appointed -a mem fare basis for years, ino s.tai " . ... with two tracks fram Albany w chargln more The Delaware line In that Btate tern, a thousand . . . . .. . .. - . nf ihfl Hit Til P TrboX enormous interurban trafhc out of New York city h been LI.-- vra on commutation tickets which cost considerably less than two cent, a mile. In other words, the greater part of the Pnjfet ... v,, orritM for Ions time for two cents a in JNew lorit nunc - - STl'DY OP MEDICINE IX EAST. The objection shown by the court at Peking to accept the aid of Eu ropean surgeons during the illness of China's late rulers does not seem to be shared by the people of Hanoi In Into-Chlna. Here it seems that the French have established with consid erable success a school of medicine. There are 90 students enrolled, some studying the science from the human standpoint, some qualifying at veter inary surgeons, while a numbtr of young women have entered as on- tetrlc students. One lady who has uallfied has been signally success- ul in eharjre of a hospital for the poor at Phuiy. tagnt out or ten of the students come from Cochin China. London Globe. i.k nr tracks I ber of the ilnance committee, a place north from w l " haa not been Mr. Klklns wanted, got into a verbal est through tne neart u. . ,... ir.ixun with the West Virginian. He tha - b.o rents a mil, tor any .u.-an. U - - ' attomjrted t0 put Mr. Elkins off the & Hudson River Railroad company. he B"s. f.oor In the middle of his 8peech by which runs on into tuu.u "" . " lnter. I moving the Senate go into executive miles for $20. in fo-oe t3r y.-ar.. These b ooka are n ter I. Thl, mad Mr. Elkins pret- family ana. are in bt.-.i. than two c n u : mile and even at one cent a mile. Further O, oTHughes vetoed the two cent fare bjl. for the reason U,at New ,o. hud lust secured a utilities commission " - - mtte" .d h dlS not believe it the province of the legislature o pass that aort of a law when there was a commission to revew such matters. ty hot. He called attention to the fact that New England had two members on the committee yet Mr Lodge had to be put on aluo, while senators from other sections were kept waiting. When Mr, Lodge made his motion, Mr. Elkins sarcastically remarked: "You see New England can't keep out of it." T'n trouble had been precipitated by Mr. Hale Introducing a resolution office a president of tne I thut no business should be transaet- It may be very deslva- led except the censu bill till the II- trafflc mile. r t rattle In New York state is carried uov- rk i I. v. rv desirable that during his term of . , -it .r.nti.inD ,if tht. eountrv yr:Zr:rJZ lh-bTaJ-.- committee reported the tariff ... i hih fnrh .in i.rpHiuent oi toe "in i , . v . . r no ,.f lenorance and tribal superstition, to which no Democratic Leader Culberson and r.Una r J should , ay any a nation I - Impossible to overrate the Uac0n and Clay objected to ty He- future pr, id.nl h uld "".a"''"'' " lU.rnatloni, vl8it9. and it may publican numbers holding sessions ,ntimentl value of such 'n1 "d 11 .u ffrrent act ons of the coun- without the Democratic members he- hirUut a presidential l' '1 agree with my southern breth- the country hangs on a presidents neck 1 ike a ml to ton . an unn(,ar(, of remove even for a day. Where he VS be ape- eeeding. I come from the south and Del and equipment of the prr.ideinml otle. rhere n Uepublieaos . 1 i . i ..,.r.Uf euro Tur mo i rca ecaut ons t ha V, been possible for an American president to pay JiS expense, from his salary, and until President Roosevelt term all the cosU of transportation were borne by the railroad companies. That of eourse was a scandal, and in recent years there has been an annual appro priation of $25,000 a year for the president's traveling -xifnH-.-of course available only If he actually travel.-!, ine last . ... -that appropriation. It raised the salary of the pres dent bv $.,.000 but If L" ."I:.. V.- mst ,.av ll the bills for himself, and all who go with him. ' l'""'" ' ' ... ,. i. th.. r.ilnmi ei.m- for no president wou.u now je.....v The American people nave no ue.i.- i- .". lendor of a court. Regardless or U.e expense. ,l ..u u w. whnt thev do desire is that the salary or a president WHIOIE ARE THEY? Kansas City Star: High winds and cattle thieves are giving stockmen in New Mexico much trouble, says George Hodge, a cattle man of that territory, who is at the Coates house. A high wind which lasted two days last week blew down wind mills nnd sheds and caused us much trouble otherwise," he said this morning. Rut that is only a small part of our trouble. The cattle thieves are busier than ever. It's the fellows who steal ind brand calves who are most trou blesome now. Some of those who have been aggressive against the gangs have been murdered by them. This has made the authorities more than ever determined to rid the territory of cattle thieves." Receipt That Cures Weak Men-Free Send Name and Address Today- You Can Have It Free and Be Strong and Vigorous. ' from his own pocket nanies to foot these bills. the si to do so. t a president of reasonable prudence can during his term of office, save tdUBeJ t lat will relieve him from the necessity of labor after he leaves it. H .- publk.aIli of Minnt 0 a year would no more than do that at the time of President l, rant, cer- proteHt ag;lin8t an Inly 175 000 Is none too much now. President Taft is not known to have lm tnrough t have been able to save from his let it be understood that there will be no national expense. And that is rlgni. t on- tlmt what CO talnlv i . . ,.-..... i. v r' i ' I . t u-hi.t lie IT1 .1 V wmci. T ..rar which must be very little. What he may have saved during , v,.. i ..wit.. liWelv to have si.ent while a cabinet officer. Very nronerly he proposes while president to make some provision for hl ld age and his family, and ha Imirnui'i CKCPnt fit cress should make the necessary appropriation at the pres. nt special session The good roads movement se.-ms to be netting all tangled up in some narts of the country. Numerous Alabama fanners do not want good roads In their neighborhoods because they tlnd that good roads cncoun.Ko auto anobillng. If China really does spend $ 1 nn.mni.tMti) on a new navy vithln the next five years, surely It ought to be good for a few large, healthy war aoares. Naturally, we presume. Japan or Davy Jones will get It eventually. Now that Alexander is to be c reated Crown Prince of Servla, whether he likes it or not. let us ie.,e be will not consider .1 necessary to paint the tialkans crimson because of it. Murdereis geti rally l'.l envy few of the clan can afford Kurop. bearings. the Coopers somewhat, we fancy. Very an trips an 1 things pending appeals and from the eouth but we are exclud and now the Democrats of the1 com-' tv.ittee are excluded. "It looks as if the finance com mittee had been fashioned to tie the st uthern Democrats to the free trade principle, while I see signs of protec tion in the south; at leant on their own manufactured articles." Then Mr. Elkins said something about preparing to rush the tariff bill through the Senate without a chance of amendment or proper conidera- cnuaed Senator Clapp, Re- nesota, to inter his y attempt to rush the Senate without amendment. About at this time Mr. Clav of Georgia asked Mr. Klkins a question about the hearings as pro ceeding In the finance committee. Quick as a flash Mr. Hale was on hi feet, saying: "1 will answer that ques tion." "There," said Mr. Elkins, "you see yru can't do anything without New Kngland getting into It; I nsUt upon answering that question myself." And Mr. Elkins did answer it hinwelf, re- iit. at ins some of the thlniis that he had already said and which Mr. Clay had not heard. As Mr. Lodge tried to take Jlr Elkins off his feet by moving to go Into executive session. Mr. Carter, Republican, of Montana, said he had never seen such discurtesy. In all hi experience, to take the floor In that way. This compelled Lodge to with draw hH motion. 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I think 1 owe it to my fellow man to aend them a copy in confidence, eo that any man. anywhere whn ii vmk anil diHHniiH Wltn repeatea fail ures may steu druitirins himself wli. harmful I patent medicines, secure what. I letieve. is the n.iickrat acting', restorative, upbuild. ni, SPOT. TKl'CIIING remedy ever devised, and so. cure himself at home quietly and quickly, jusiarop me a line like this: Dr. A. K. Kobinson. 4762 I.uck HI. Ik.. IVtroit.Jaich.. and 1 will send you a copy of this splendid receipt, in a plain. ordinary sealtxl envelope, free of charse. WOODMEN OF THE WORLD FOREST AT 2134 W. Central . Meet Every Friday Krenlng at 8 Bluup. K. W. Moore, CO.. D. E. rhinipa. Clerk. 402 Weat Lead Ave. VISITING SOVEREIGNS WEL- OOSIE. A Widow and Her Insurance Money Are Soon Parted unless her husband's policy is taken in the Equitable IJfe Assurance Society of uhe V. 8. and he chooses for her that op tion of the NEW YORK STATE STANDARD POLICY which guarantees that an annual in come shall be paid to her the amount to be paid being reg ulated by the amount of in surance carried by the hus band, and the age of the ben eficiary. The income the Equitable MUST pay to the wife or her heirs for a period of twenty years at least, and for as long thereafter as the wife may live, whether forty, fifty, sixty years, or more. This feature of the NEW YORK STATE STANDARD POLICY Is one well worth looking carefully Ir.to by men who wish to make absolute provision for their wives. For particulars write or call on GEO. S. RAMSAY, Gen. Agt Suite 10 naroett Building Phone 283 Y. M. C. A. TERRITORIAL CONVENTION MesMaPark,N.M. April 2-4 Account the above named meeting tickets will be eold from Albuquerque to Mesilla Park and return at rate of $10.30 Tickets on sale March 81st to April 8, inclusive. Return lim it April 6, 1909. No stopover al lowed. Full information at tic ket office. RESOURCES . Loans and Dlacountf $ 9J0.O71.Ti Bonds and Other Securities , 10,000.lt Real Estate - . 11,000.10 Furniture and Fixtures t, 000.00 Cash and Due from othr Banks v 1(8,010.01 $1,881.0(1.11 LIABILITIES Capital Paid Up ..$ 1(0.000.00 Surplus and Profits (0,011.10 Deposits Subject to Check (((,0(0.00 Time Certificates of Deposit ....a.MMMaMM 0(4,0((.(l mmmm $1,((1.MS.(I Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo. sa. I, W. S. Strlckler, Vice President and Cashier of the abor named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement w tne to the best of my knowledg and belief. W. a eTRICKXJBR, Vice President and CasbJet'. Subscribed and sworn to before me this (th day of Tanaarr, A. D. 1909. It. M. MURRITT. !3otv Fnblie. Correct Attest: BOLOMON 1.XTNA. j. c. BALrmrDGK W. J. JOHNSON. life Willi Mot We have been invited to raise our prices on coal, but we guarantee that we will never go above our opening prices. LUMP COAL $5.75 EGG $4.25 AN Grade of Wool and Kindling Direct Line Coal Co. Phone 29 k I I 7i i I T. Em Purdy, Agent We have the only up-to-date mill between Pueblo and Los Angeles. If you need Doots, Casings, Sash, Mouldings, or Special Work of Any Kind Write or call on us. SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. Albuquerque, N. M. First St. and fruit Ave. GROSS KELLY & COMPANY INGORRORA TED GROCERS i Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Citizen WantAds for Results "NO!" don't beliefs every thing you bear. Thornton, the Cleaner Is not dead; is not out of Busi ness, and CAN'T OO OUT. Bs convinced that he's mors live than ever. Steam Cleaning Plant "87 South Walter street. Telephono 4(0. Subscribe for th Cltlien ad Get th. NEWS. ED. 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