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PAGE TVi. MONDAY. APRIL 5, ItOt. The Albuquerque Citizen PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY Bv the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM. F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR THE (tlTH IAl- NKWM'APLH. March 19, 1909. Territory of New Mexico. Offlee of the Secretary Public notice is hereby given that In compliance with wcllon 8 or Council substitute for lion bill No. 213 of the Thirty-eighth legis lative assembly, approved March 17. 1909. required the Peorct.irj , of the Territory to designate an oillcial newspaper of New Mexico, 1 he Albuquerque Citizen Is hereby designated as 'V.t.MiTpT New Mexico, signed) NATHAN JAFF A Secretary oi ew .e.evu.. (Seal) SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One year by mail In advance . . mm month by mall.... nn monUi by oarriev within city Umlu. .15.00 . .50 . .60 Entered M seiond-class matter at the Postofllee of Albuquerque, N. M. der Act of Ooot of March 8, 187. Th only Ulurtrated dally newspaper In New Mexico and the fcest ad- janMng medium of the Southwest. HB AIJirOUEROrE CITIZEN IS: 1 leading ifcp.ibllcnn dally and weekly newsr-ivr of the Socihwcst. The advocate of RepubUcan principles and the "Square Peal. mE ALBTJQTjERQCE CITIZEN IIAS: The fine equipped Job department In New Mexico. foe latest reporu by Associated Press and Auxiliary New Service. TTE GET THE NEWS FIRST." STATEHOOD FOR NEW MEXICO" W, faTOr the Immediate admission of the territories of New Mexico and oni m MpTrat state, in the Unlon.-Republlcan National Platform. EXPOSITION TOlANOTHER BE READY BY IH 5 Scaltlo Is Rushing Work on Big Show Which Will Open This Sum-mer. Seattle, Wash., April 5. Twi nty 'n' hiimlred nun are hard at work putting the finishing toucheH on the buildings and grounds of the Ala.-ka-Vuknn-rneillL' exposition, of this number 4"i0 are engaged In the groups of buildings under construc tion by the I'nlted Slates govern ment and the remainder upon such of the state buildings as are not finished and upon the elaborat Scheme ef landscape Rare is now down to It last details. Another regiment of workers Is busy Inside the exposition structures installing exhibits from every coun try under the sun. The Alaska ex hibit will have been fully placed by April 15. The Alaska and Philippine buildings were the first completed by the government and an excellent idea of the marvelous exhibit f the WOMAN CURED By Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Gardiner, Maine. "I have been a (Treat sutTerer from organic troubles ana a severe lemaie r 3T -tj And Sanative wash " v l and was entirely i I cured after three lening w:hiehl months' use of them." Mrs. 8. A. lining won ni Gardiner, Me. Mr weakness. The doctor said I would have to go to the hospital for an operation, but I could not bear to think of it. 1 de rided to try Lydia - 1 J" 1 Junuaui a v eg- ? . I otnlili. imnoiiinl Jaunty angle, has easily paused the harp-eyed Inspectors.. Calais (Me.) dispatch to New York Herald. EYES CACHE CAIl KH RXKSK. If an Individual Is Immune all through childhood and early life, but develops ear sickness as an adult, the fault will probably he found to rest with the eyes and the way to avoid It Is to travel with the eyes closed, or, better still, to start with properly fitted glasses. It Ig easy to under stand why this should be so. So when the eyes need glasses the whole nervous equilibrium of the body suf fers, even under the best conditions, and when to this struggle is added the vibration of the t-ars anil the temptation to watch passing scenery through the windows the struggle turns Into active revolt of the whole system against imposition. The proof that ear sickness and sea-sickness are not quite the same Is found in the fact that a person mny be a good sailor and yet suffer dread fully with car sickness, and vice versa, while Its occurrence In cables would go to show that the sense im pressions that is to say, the Impres sions gained by the ear, the eye or the nose are not at the root of this disorder, because In very tiny babies the sense Impressions are undevelop ed, or at best very feebly developed. As a further proof of this, car sick ness often comes on during sleep, and when this occurs the eyes, of course, are not the cause In that particular case. The symptoms of car sickness may William. Which T m t,ver disturbed by criticism," says Emperor arouses a suspicion that he Is at times, nevertheless. We note, with polite regret, that the Sultan of Turkey's principal astrol oger Is dead. As you have doubtless surmised, he played quite a star part In affairs of slate In the sultan's neighborhood. The average family In the United States has decreased some 20 per cent in size since the first census was taken. Here is another pointer for those people who persist In seeing no method In some of Mr. Roosevelt's madness. The Swiss government Is considering the Idea of outlawing "Merry Wld- . w Ar. nt hlame the nowers that be at all for this. The men - ',j .in, hwt in helm crowded out into France, Oermany swiuroauu uom"; " " ' - - and Italy. An African traveler reports that the "wild - animals there are " "J'' that the hunting of them is "like shooting cows in a back yard If t his Ms true Mr Roosevelt's African hunt will be decidedly reminiscent of his ex perience in killing the tame hears In Mississippi two or three years ago. New York hotels have the reputation of being prepared for any and ery emergency and one of them is going to be sure to be ready to receive ( uch aviators as may find It convenient to wander around over the city in their airships. It proposes to spend $20,000 to tlx up an airship station on its roof. Vegetable Compound, made exclusive ly from roots and herns, a iair ini. Tills famous medicine for women has for thirty years proved to be the most valuable tonic and renewer of t.hn fumnla organism. W omen resid- Northiand Is already to he hud. The J ing in almost every city and town in Philippine exhibit Is not yet In the , the United States bear willing testl city, but is close to the port on two mony to the wonderful virtue of Lydia . IP". PinkhanVa Vegetable Compound. The Hawaiian building is complete It cures female ills, and creates radl save some of its ornamentations of ant, buoyant female health. If you piaster staff and May 1 will see the are ill. for your.own sake as well as exhibit ,n Place with t-jee.l-n ,of , tho 'nTha kVfini. Ma8S. he plneapplo elds w heh wil " ' t I , fc 'Momen to write be planted until the eleventh hour. , hepfor advlce. 1 1 or ad vice ig free, ine government acquurium in " nd a.lwav helllllll. Ko WnTiian should submit to a stirid cal operation, which may mean death, ! be "f a most appalling violence, the until she has iriven Lydia E. l'inkham's , "late of collapse being so extreme that death Is often feared. It Is com forting to know that this fear Is un founded, and that although persons may he dreadfully 111. they rarely. If ever, succumb. Youth's Companion. Vp Uefore the liar. N. H. Hrown, an attorney, of Pitts field, Vt., writes: "We have used Dr. King's New Ufe Pills for years and find them such a good family medl cine we wouldn't be without them." For chills, constipation, blliouness or sick headache they work wonders, 25c at all dealers. is an other on the completed list. Its In terior is rapidly being made ready for Its exhibit of live food fishes. Nearly all of the staff work re mains to be doni "I would rather be Balaam's ass than a congressman," Is a remark at tributed to Representative Edwards of Georgia. As Mr. Edwards has intro duced a bill to cut congressional salaries from $7,500 to $5,000. a number of his colleagues doubtless think he Is In a fair way to realize his remarkable "rather" to a certain degree, at least. Servia has thrown up the sponge and will recognize, without being com pelled by force of arms, the annexation of Bosnia and Herzegovina by Austria-Hungary. And so the war cloud which has been hanging over the Hal kans and which threatened the peace of entire Europe has disappeared. What's that about barking dogs never being known to bite? The newspaper men In Oklahoma did their best to make the uprising of Crazy Snake and a few other Indians at exciting and thrilling as possible. "I'll get them, though!" he hissed between his set teeth, "those red devils will pay for this with big Interest." is the way one of the pursuers was de scribed as talking when he set out on the trail. Stirring, isn't it? The mes senger boys have probably laid down their dime novels and ur devouring with eager eyes these stories from the front. Every onece in a while these days a dispatch from Lincoln states that the Nebraska legislature has adopted this or that liryan bill. The latest Is a measure drafted by William J. which provides for the establishment of a chair at the state university for Instruction on the duties of citizenship and good government. One might be pardoned for thinking that Mr. Bryan was a leading member of the Nebraska legislature but such is not the case. He merely controls It absolutely. And that Is better, from his point of view, at least. SKKK DANtiKIt I ECtiS. It has long been known that milk upon the central niny be a vehicle for the diphtheria government building, but as all the germ, but eggs have not until recently Heavy construction work Is done and : been suspected of having any part In the staff goes on quickly, under skill- the communication of this noisome od hands, everything will have been malady. A recent number oftheLon tinished by the mjddle of April. The don Lancet contains a startling corn- exhibits will be ready for Installation munication . from Dr. Sambon, one of at that time ns they are now en i the professors In the London School route from the national capital. I of Tropical Medicine, In which It Is The seven and one-half miles of , shown that fowls us well as birds are a.sphalt paving has been completed subject to diphtheria and that eggs for a fortnight and the electrical in-' often contain virulent germs of this stallation was finished with the eree-j disease and may easily be the means tit in of the thousands of ornamental of spreading the disease. The doctor ground rights. : claims that he has even found active The director of works announces diphtheria germs In an egg at his own that at the present rate of progress breakfast table. the exposition will be a completed In view of these facts, says Good product by May 1, with the possible Health, It is apparent that eggs must exception of a few touches on the be Invariably cooked to avoid the Pay Streak," which will not carry danger of Infection. Raw eggs are beyond May IS at the latest. unquestionably quite as dangerous as raw milk, or possibly even more so Proposals for executing government , The egg Is doubtless much more often WOODMEN OP THE WORLD FOREST AT 21H W. Central Meet Every Friday Evening at 8 Sharp. E. W. Moore, C. C D. E. Phllllpa. Clerk. 402 Went lBd Ave. VISITING SOVEREIGNS WEL- COME. ' Reno, Nevada, has been forced Into a position in the limelight which Is not to be envied. Individuals In the east who are referred to as "society people" and who desire speedy divorces with the least possible notoriety, have descended on the tow n because of the ease with which divorces may be secured under the laws of Nevada. Sioux Falls, S. I)., used to be the mecca for this sort of business but It was recently deprived of its divorce Industry by the people of the Btate w ho voted that th.-y had suffered enough from the unpleasant notoriety thrust upon them In this regard. President Taft has done a popular and a commendable thing In offering to Charles W. Eliot the post of ambassador to Great Britain. There has been a growing feeling throughout the country that ur representatives abroad should stand for something more than social position or vast wealth ; that they should be distinguished for other qualities than those of the showy entertainer with plenty of cash at his back. The issue which was success' fully fought out at Berlin needs to be met In London also. By sending Dr. Rlii.t thither we should be returnine to the loftier traditions of an earlier daw when our envovs to the court of St. James were the best products of our rlvillvjition. exemnlifvini; our intellectual life and our democracy and true American Ideals. Dr. Eliot has for many years held a commanding position in American life. His Influence has been felt from one end of the land to the other, and It has always been exercised for the higher things of our i Iv ilization. Moreover, he is a true interpreter of the American genius and a firm believer in American institutions. He would be representative of our best character and purpose. surveys In New Mexico. Department of the Interior, U. S. Surveyor Gen eral's Office, Santa Fe, New Mexico, April 1, 1909. NOTICE No. 15. Seal ed proposals will be received in this office until 10 o'clock a. in. May A, 1909, for running, measuring and marking in accordance with existing regulations and such special instruc tions us may bo issued by the survey or general, the standard, township and section linos necessary to subdi vide and complete the following townships, viz: Tps. 20 8., Ks. 31 and 32 E.; VI N. R. 22 K.; 6 N., R. 26 E.: H., It. 11 E.; 20 K.. il. 18 E 26 S. It. 6 E., and fractional Tps. 5 and 6 N., R. 37 E.; 5 and 7 N, Hs. 26 and 27 E.; 6 N.. R 27 E.; 13 N. H 17 E.; 23 N., R. 3 E. ; 13 N., R. 4 E.; 19 N'.. It. 1 W.; 11 S R. 3 ; also all valid unsurveyed small-holdlns claims found to be within any of said townships, and Bueh retraeements or e-establishments as may be found to be absolutely necessary. Minimum a source or serious illness tnan is generally supposed. A stale egg or a sick or Infected egg may be the cause of sudden nausea, vomiting and purg Ing, the real cause of which may not be suspected. Certainly the egg is very far from being the safe and In nocent food which it has so long en Joyed the . reputation of being. Vari ous species of germs have been found inside the shells of eggs which were apparently perfectly fresh. It is known that germs may be picked up and included In the egg during its transit along the oviduct of the fowl, and that germs may penetrate the egg after it Is laid. New York Times. ;iiu, wrniorT a coi xtry Mary O'Neill, otherwise known as "May Naples, the girl without country," Is making no end of trouble for the Immigrant officers. If Mary Is found on St. Stephen's, on the Cana dlan side of the line, she Is chased legal rates of mileage are $9 per mile across the bridge to Calais, In the for standard. $7 for township and $5 , United States, and if an American for section or small holding lines. In- Immigration officer gets sight of her, ti rmediate rates are $13 for stand- j he chases her back to Canada. aid, $11 for township and $7 for sec- Mary's cuse has been referred to tion or small holding lines. Maximum ' Otta and to Washington, and high of The approval by the navy depai tnu nt 'of the designs fur the five tor Ded) boat tlestrovers authorized at the last hessioii of Congress will place the navy In possesion of no less than seventeen vessels of that type which will burn oil instead of coal for fuel. It h is been remarked I h;i t the British naval authoiltb-s are abandoning liquid fuel Jiii-t as the I'nited States is tak ing It up. But this attitude of the Uritish admiralty is due in linly to the fact that in time i.f war that eovernment would be shut off Ir on the sources of cupplv of oil and, of course, under such circumstances, could not afford to depend upon any such perilous condition. In this country ibe situation is quite dlffeient. The domestic supply of oil is sulllcient to meet the demands of the warships which will use that form of fuel in place of coal. The guv ernment, however, has failed in an unaccountable degree t , provide plac es where oil may be stored or to furnish the means of delivering oil to oil burning ships at sea. With seventeen oil-burning destroyers under construc tion. It will not be long before that number of boats Is ready Tor setiec with no means of delivering t thein the fuel upon which they exclusively depend. There can be with safety no further delay in providing oil tanks at certain navy yards or at the coaling depots where large quant. tics of the liquid fuel may be stored against the time whin it will be needed, without the delays and expense of an eim rgency call. Then, too, there must bo ships specially designed for the delivery of nil. corresponding with the colliers which carry coal to the distant Meet This Is an expense which cannot be sepal ate. I from the adoption of oil-burning craft, and provision in that direction must be made unless tb. nil-burning eb stroyc rs are to be as worthless us so much Junk. A warship without fuel- which will be the position of these seven teen dest rovers, unless there- are oil tank and "oile rs" will be one of the ben contributions this government can make to the effectivene tfc of the at tack of an enemy. rates are $18 for Btandurd, $15 for township and $12 for section or small holding lines. Special maximum rates are $25 for standard, $23 for town ship and $20 for section or small holding lines, the latter rates to be allowed only where the lines of -ur-vey pass over lands mountainous, heavily timbered or covered with dense undergrowth, and exceptionally difficult to survey, party or parties to whom contract or contracts may be awarded must execute the surveys In their own proper person or per sons with such assistants as may be; required. Compassmen will not be allowed. Bond with approved securi ties for the faithful performance of the contract will be required of the successful bidders. Bids must be ac companied by a certified check in the sum of $440, which Is 5 per cent ef the estimated liability. Certified checks will be returned to unsuccess ful bidders Immediately after award of contracts by the G-encral lnd Of ficials In the di'purtments appear to be pondering over It. In the mean while, Mary is doing a shuttle act across the international bridge Mary e (Weill Is a springhtly lass of lti years, ami says she was born In a shack near Moosehead lake. Her pa I cuts w ere Italians, but it Is claimed that her father was naturalised. Mary's mother died, und her futhr married a St. Stephen's girl and set tied down in the Canadian town Mary and her stepmother did not get on very well unci Mary was turned eeut to shift for herself. Then he troubles began. Mary does not seem to mind it, but rather enjoys the full of dodging the immigration officers. It has been re ported thjit tin- Canadian officers have positive orders in her case to deport her on sight, but Mary appears to have a strong liking for Canada She has been known to get by the office rs se ve ral times In disguise and with her skirts tucked up under flee and to the successful bidder or, long overcoat, a fur rap pulled down bldde-rs after forms of contract and bond have been properly executed. The right Is reserved to reject any and all bids, waive technical defects, ami to accept any part of any bid. rejecting the other part, If the Inter ests of the government require it. Proposals must be submitted in du plicate to the undersigned, and en-uorst-d on the envelope: "Proposals for Executing Government Surveys. Notice No. 15." The proposals receiv ed will be opened at the time and place above stated and bldde-rs are invited to bo present at such opening. Further Information will be furnish ed upon application to the under esigneel. Jno. W. MaiMi. Surveyor Gen eral for New Mexico. o Our shirt and collar work Is per fect. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH" is the proper llilng. We lead otiier follow. , IMPERIAL LAtJXDUV CO. over her cars, with a cigarette at ! 4 W i . VT: 'r i -VtC!r sy- u - v . r t e jo-i.''V-'Vrw, ftf ;- 1 ele THE 0STERM00R COSTS YOU MORE t The Futrelle Best Costs You Less and is a better mattress. Get the Javanese Veg etable Doxn Mattrees, it is sanitary, costs you less, and there is no better made. tWE HAVE THE FULL SIZE AT $10.50 Best of cotton tilled Quilts in extra large sizes at $2.00 and up. Come in and see our line. We have everything in bedding. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD. Futrelle Furniture Co. I Wist end Viaduct. REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF COMMERCE OP ALBUQUERQUE. N M At the Close of Business January 4 1909 A short man can travel as fast as a giant If he makes his feet go faster. Likewise, short locals scattered on different pages will often do the work of a display ad, and their cost Is Is a mere trifle. We have many advertis ers who use them dally. THE CITIZEN? If you are too busy, send for our ad tnan. RESOURCES Loans and Discount: - $ $20,071.71 Bonds and Other Securities 10.000.0 Real Estate 1 2.000.0 Furniture and Fixtures . . , too. 10 Cash and Due from other Ranks $S$, 910.91 $1,311,041 LIABILITIES Capital Paid Up $ DS0.000.M 8urplu and Profits 40.01J.lt Deposits Subject to Check . ... (11,1(1,1 Time Certificates of Deposit .xx... 4(4,t(.S7 $1. $21,111 Territory ef New Mexico, County of Bernalillo. s. I, W. 8. Strlckler, Vice President and Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly Swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledg and belief. W. 8. eSTRICKLKR. Vice President and CahtT Subscribed and sworn to before me this Ith day of -tannarv. A. D. 1909. It. M. MERHITT. i:ot-s Public. Correct Attest: SOLOMON LUNA. J. C. BALDRIDQE W. J. JOHNSON. A Widow and Her Insurance Money Are Soon Parted unless her husband's policy Is taken In the Equitable Life Assurance (society of tlM V. S. and he chooses for her that op tion of the NEW TORK 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 wlfa may llie, 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 nhei. For particulars write or call on GEO. S. RAMSAY, Gen. Agt. Suite 10 Burnett Bulletin;- PlKne 282 We have the only up-to-date mill between Pue bio and L03 ADgeles. If you need Doors, Casings, Sash, Mouldings, or Special Work of Any Kind Write or call on us. SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. Albuquerque, N. M. M RIDLEY, President U. B. RAY, Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM BRYCE, MANAGER Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Woks (INCORPORATED) IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS General Foundry and Machine Shop Albuquerque, N. M. GROSS KELLY & COMPANY INCORPORA TED WHOLESALE GROCERS Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Citizen WantAds for Results " n or9 don't believe every thing yon hear. Thornton, the Cleaner It not dead; Is not out of Busi ness, and CAN'T GO OUT. B convlrcsd that he's more alive than ever. Steam Cleaning Plant 137 South Walter street. Telephone 410. Subscribe tks NEWS. for the CI t lien aa Oct ED. F0URNELLE Carpenter and Builder Jobbing Promptly Attended to Phones: Shop 1065; ResidenoB 661 Ship Corner Fourth St. ui Cijitf An. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.