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CtiJJibuquerdueKorninournal
Published by the '
DEMOCRAT PUBLISHING COMPANY
IX A. MACrilEKSON. President. V 8. UL'IIKE. Editor.
1. H. HEXING. City Editor.
Entered as second-rhiss matter ut
under act of conirretu? of March 3. 1879.
TlIK MOKMXti JoUtNAI. IS TIIK I.KADIXU KKPl BIJCAX PAPF.U
OF XKW MEXKV), SI I'ltJUTlVi. TIIK PltlXCIlM.r.S OI' TIIK KKI't'liM
CAN I'AKTY ALL THE TIME AMI TIIK MLTIIODS OK TIIK ItKl'l'BLICAX
PAUTY WHEN TIIK Y AKK BIGHT.
1 jrK r ciivulalloii tlitm nny oilier
In New Moxiro lu-iusl ev'ry Uiy In the
"Tli Morning Journal lias a lilulier circulation ruling than Is accorded
I any oilier wi r in Alliiiiiucniiic or any oilier daily lu New Mexico." The
American XevsiM-r lircctory.
TERMS OK SI
Dally, by mall, one year In advance
Dally, by carrier, one month ,
Daily, by mail, one month
ALHrOfKRQfK -
UEslY M'lKMMi,
A Conspiracy of. Plunder
Tj ' "I'l'iiretu that In the
of securities, nut h great buyers an
H be the wont Kounht of ail buyers
and would thus be able to command the bent terms, says the S'prlngtleid
Kepuhiu an. And this would be the case if the Insurance rómpanles stood
upon their advantage and compelled
Hut no! The spirit of graft has rested too heavily upon them. They have
been fore 1 by officer and directors Into needless underwriting alliance
to help all conreino,! t,j i( pn.lit. Their vast fundH have been made use of
to assist bankers and brokers in these rommisslon operations, and officers and
directors of the companies in ninny
vidual!- will-, the bankers nnd brokers
themselves haw h-en employed to promote.
Here Is a .situation of the gravesl
plumb-ring "money power" in a more
regarded ti possible, and dell . Hiding Instant and Kev.r; correction. So far
from being "necessary." It Is merely a conspiracy of plunder. fine of the
first things, evidently, to be done is the exclusion from the directorate of tin
life insurance companies men who r.
whn h are cn ik d in promotion of enterprises and the floating of securltiea.
IT IS now said in Washington that
a troiionilnatio!i In I !li S. but will not
four years rclnvmcnt. winch will doubtless be devoted to travel abroad niv
to literary work. And that's all right.
term doesn't prevent a man from taking
lie doesn't try to get more than two in
Mini, ior insianie, ne migru lo ec ie,i
while it would be a remarkable freak
it would be no o!ition of the third
him four terms.
THE Memphis Commercial-Appeal says that 3ft. 100 Iowans have moved
Into Tennessen. And surely as many more have come to f ilifornia. What's
the matter with Iowa Unit pie
numbers. I.os Angelí Times.
"Til EKE Is no kik h thing as joking
Washington H.vndi.ate writer. What
load rat" bin by Senator Elklns.. - Houston (Tex.) 1'o.st.
i.i;r-; tib'npi i -iM;r. :,.if1.-- ;i
Mos'iuitoes," but a reading of the artil
mosquitoes on M. d Witte.
Jot a Trimmer
1 :
TN ,y '"KA K IX( of the iart taken by Se, ri tary Honaparte in building the
Maryland platroun the ( 'li.ul.m. m News and Courier says: For our
own part we believe Mr. Ilouapaite Is i onsclenllously and profoundly
opposed to negro ibimlilalioii and soi ial equality between tbe ra cos.
and we give him relit for manhood enough to say so in a part platform or
anywhere else. When the Maryland platform was being written he refuse
to agree, ha so many other republicans have dune, to feel one thing on this
subject while he pretended to feel another. .Mr. liona pa rte did not com
promise with the popular prejudices; be was simply honest enough and
courageous enough to t. 1 1 the truth on the subject concerning which tepubli-
an sUb-smcii have I u accustomed b trim, falsify, and remain silent wh-n
making platforms for their party.
THE protocol of the treaty between .Norway and Sweden recognizes th
principle of arbitration in the settlement International affairs and provides
for the reference to The Hague tribuii.il of all dlflereiices that cannot be
Milled between the two countries. This is a great and splendid endorsement
of The Hague as a lueh court of Justice between nation an) will do much to
establish that institution upon a permanent basis.
PANAMA I" to be paved with vltrifi-d btick. It h id already been paved
with dead man's hon.-, but It Is evidently the Impression of those now in
hurgo of things d,,un there lhat brl' k Is mote practicable. I,os Angeles
Times. From Its similarity to another country we read of. It would he more
In accord with the ntness of things to ha" It paved with good Intentions.
EVEIi Vl'.til'V may r.ot know what a "cinch" Is, and it may therefore be
explained that a perfect thing of the kind is la be found In the possession of
tlios brokers who got Into ' J Int-aci ounl" wi'h the .New York Elf-j.Insurunce
company the company putting up nil the money and they talking half or
more of the profits. Springfield Kcpublli all.
The Other Fellow's Victv
IT Irf gratifying to observe the alacrity with which the pros Is responding
to the demands of patriotism in casting aside political difl el ernes for
the furtheran. e of statehood. It Is not a tune for parly wrangling, bul
for tonci rted mtioi,. The voice of the people is powerful and sure of
accomplishing results when it is harmonium'; but so long as" we engage In
altercadora! u to th form In which it shall hi' given, so long will emigres:'
Jl.ive an xeuso for proi r animating. Single or double statehood, says tin'
Eaton fJazette. may tie di.t asiefu) to us. but II tln r fellow's view- always
has some advantage and a little etToi t w ill make us see It hi-i way. Further
more, in the present Instance, It seems issute, ihat congress ms determined
Upon Joint statehood, so it behooves us to exercise liiiocp-iici. and In tins
name of patriotism champion stahood, unuu difled and unlimited.
MI.S3 ELIZABETH TIIIEl.M AN, a New Tork girl, has Just completed
two years' work as a tre t contractor, and she has made a profit of $f0,n00.
The New York papers print Miss Elisabeth's picture, and there Isn't a girl In
Albujueriue who would have such a homely fare for twice $50,000. Dut
l.izzlo got there, all the same, and that's wh it counts.
JOHN T. TROWBRIDGE, the author and poet, last Week Celebrated
Jil 77lh birthday at Arllnxton. His wife Is still with him, and they have a
pon, Arthur T. Trowbridge, who Is a senior In the Massachusetts Institute of
technology, besides two married daughters.
BIX new battleships within the text si months, four more In tbe U
months following, and attll three more In the sis months after that let no
rne Imagine that th l'nit-d ftiii-n lll not be n gi t nival power by 1Í07.
the postofflce ut Albuquerque, N. M.
ax r in New It-ii-o. Tin; oil)) mikt
yrar.
HSCKIITIO.V.
,.$5.00
. . .(0
. . .50
NEW MEXICO
OCIDIU K 3, KMI.V
sale or marketing of large amounts
these big Insurance companies would
the most hunted of all the markets
the sellers of bonds to come to them.
cases have not hesitated to Join indi
to share the gain which !ie companies
import revealing the e;stenco of a
tangible, form than most people had
connected with brokerage Institutions
President Roosevelt will not accep
object to being again 'taken up after a
The unwritten law against u third
as many terms as he can get, provided
succession. In the case of Mr. Cleve
in ivix, hihI re-elected in 1 it 1 2 , ami
of judgment on the part oí the pie
term principle, though it would glvt
fdiould he deserting It In such lar.'C
in the 'niu.il ít.ites kenate," says
aloes he rail the preparation of a rail-
i-rhn;' vn' -rial. M. (e WiUe- on
le slmwi that t lie" trouble grew out of
ir-sy ft by lhe
Hook of tli- Day. '
"The Strenuous Life, or, Hovr to
Run a Territorial Fair," by Col. IJ. K.
15. Kellers. AVlth ten full page Illus
trations In eighteen colors, by Col.
W. II, Greer, embellished with a fron
tispiece of the tucking Hull and a
cover design representing the famous
Trotting ostrich. Price, Í1.00. All
news stands.
"Reverles of a Recluse, or the
Southwest From n Cell Window." Ey
Thomas S. Hubbell, author of "Jails 1
Have Visited," and "Who's Who in
the Court House." Ea liundera Pub
lishing company. Price, bound in
Hubbell sheep, only I'n Peso.
Special Offer.
"Reminiscences of My Blood Be
spattered and Rullet Strewn Career
in the Wild and Wooly soutnwest
Hv Miguel A. Otero. Almanac Pub
lishing company, Santa Ve, N. M.
This splendid book Is a most awe-
inspiring and blood curdling account
of the administration of Mr. Utero
while governor of New Mexico. It
contains thrilling accounts of tne
governor's experiences, with savage
outlaws, desperadoes, cut-throats and
political criminals in the territory.
Following are some of the chapters
"How I Foiled the Hold. Had Kid
nappers:" "My Halr-Ureadth Es
cape From (lory Ueorge and ins oaiiK
in Mv Automobile." Jtow l Drove
Grafters Out of the Southwest." "My
Desperate Fight With Don Franciscos
Handits. "How I Terrorized the Jiau
Men." and "How I Purified Politics.
There are many others equally as ab
sorbing. Should be In every home
As a magnificent special offer, the
Almanac Publishing company will sell
this monumental work with "Bills
That Became Irftw," eighty-two e!
.rant volumes, for the low price o
1300; or. the book and Bound Vol
umes of the Almanac for the last fifty
years, onlv $1,200. A rare bargain
Tbe Curious Fable of the lfcira-Suw.
"As to the 'tiov.' and 'Bur.se' and
the New Mexican, the Albuquerque
Oornoration Sheet may rest well as
sured that they can take pretty good
are of themselves and that the fed
low who runs amuck against them is
in against a powerful and strong
bu .a-saw with very sharp teeth
The Almanac.
There was once a Buzz-Saw which
wa composed mostly of Buzz. Once,
upon a time this Buzz-Saw got fmcr
nrising. and when somebody attached
t Bell to the Motive Power in a DIs
Mnt f'ltv it began to Saw Wood. Af-
er sawing for a Short Time the Buzz
Saw had to he loaded on a train and
taken to a Quiet and llatired Place
Where it could have Us Teeth Sharp
ened and he otherwise Patched t'p
Hot it is feared that this Buzz-Saw
has seen Belter Days and that it will
be necessary to get a New Instrument
if iiiiv more wood Is to be Sawed
The Bu.zing of this, saw is done by
l second hand Keyhole Saw called
Max. The Buzzlii'i, however, resent'
hies the sound produced by a largt
Horse l.'lv or Stcgomvia Mosquito. In
sidle of this fact, the Buzz Imagin
'hat It make tins Saw s. whereas
Alien the Saw Ceases to Revolve Mix
w ill be out of a Buzz.
T l.oswell.
. (Uoswelt Record.)
"Roll on. roll on, you southbound
train.
Over southern Texas plain;
l.ct the breezes gently blow
K.ver forward, onward go,
foiitliAaid on to Toxico.
Move. V'U wheeled, varnished cars,
Swiftly pass the panting hours;
Time Is Meeting as we go "
But the gentle reader hasn't done
anything to merit more of this. It's
rrii'dtv tu animáis.
A Texas editor who has a habit of
trotting drunk lust at press, time, h is
hit on a novel scheme to till up the
editorial column at the last moment.
He cuts out a foot or so of the New
York Times and writes the following
Introduclloir. We cannot agree with
the New York Times when it says ."
The holm fraternity are reading
with baled breath the accounts of the
work on the Panama canal, where
you labor or get ( dubbed to death.
There will probably be a general ex
idus of Weary Willies to the Far
North. If this thing keeps up.
Tom Bawsoti has announced formal
ly, through some three hundred pag
of adcfi-tlshie suiiideinent. thit nt
b
,'oit,g to call President McCall of the
New Yolk Life a liar. This means the
starling of another magazine by Tom.
Actor. ling to The Nogales Oasis.
"Julius Caesar" has turned up at Ben
ion. The purpose of the old Roman
in that locality Is regarded with sus
picion, lie had been regarded as sife.
ly dead for many years.
"President Ha a Broken Axle."
says si big black headline In the Trini
dad Chronicle News. But he seems to
lie making just as many revolutions
to the minute as ever In government
departments.
A "Tr.uk Tour" Is the way President
Wiin heil, of the Rock island describes
an Inspection trip which he Is mak
ing. Heretofore the festive hobo has
had a copyright on that kind of travYI.
A New York paper has a long edl
i.ol.l ib.allnir with "New Yolk In
1 :i :,. As if New York hadn't trou
ble enough, without looking llfty years
into the tuture.
U can sifelv be wagered that a ccr-
t.iiti eminent resident of the citV of
omaha. Nebraska, is carefully perm
ing the accounts of the Hublioll situa
tion in the public prints.
A new postoflb e hs been establish
ed in Texis called "Damsite." It I
thoiight President Roosevelt was In
strumental In the dioica of the name.
Doug' is has a thoroughfare called
"H" nvct one would think that In
Douglas they would use the whole
word.
Raton Is In holld.iV attire to receive
Ihe Ciand Jail Excursion today.
An Indication.
"Wiggins nui't have money. He
ho'ii-bt an automobile two months
ago."
"That answered the man who ex
hales sadness and gasoline, "menly
means that lie useil to have money."
Washington Star.
Managing it Husband.
At an entertainment given Hn Bir
mingham, Ala., by unanlniotM consent
of the guests, the prize offered for a
recipe on "How to Manage a Hus
band" wns awarded for the following:
"To a 'cup' of honey add a 'spoon'
of lovu.
"Pour In carefully n quantity of
'sauce.'
"Season with reason.
"Stir constantly.
"Bo careful not to let cord.
"Strain for the best.
"Sirve with the right linnd."
Philadelphia, Inquirer.
DU BAR'S
' COLUMN
REAL ESTATE
NEW TELKniOXE OS.
MOXTTY TO I)A OV GOOD REAL
ESTATE SEOKKITY AT LOW,
KATES OF 1NTKKESX. I
FOR KENT.
14-room lodging: house, furnished;
155.00.
4-rooru house, S. Broadway: $14.00.
2 rooms furnished for housekeeping;
S16.Q0.
5-room ' house, modern, - furnished;
S35.00.
5-room house, 1118 South Arno; $18.00
month.
3-room house, Cromwell ave; $8.00
month.
ron SALE.
Iioue and lot, good location with
shade and city water, Highlands;
$900.
5-room brick house, corner Marquette
avenue, and North Oth street;
$3.200.
5-room house modern. West Coal ave
nue, near corner of Fourth street.
Six-room frame In one of the best
locations on Broadway at a bar-n-.-iin!
modern un-to-date.
Ranch. 10 acres alfalfa, fruit, fina
land, etc.. JI.ZUU. A gooa ousiness
rhanee.
Brick house In fine loactlon, near the
railroad shoos; cash or easy pay
ments; a Rood chance to buy a
nice property on the Installment
nlan. - . -
Hotel and restaurant; one of the best
locations in the city: 30 rooms; this
Is a monev maker: orlce $800.
Fine nine-room house; modern. South
Broadwa": $4.000.
Five-room brick, two lots, on South
Broadwav: verv cheap.
Five-room frame, two lots, on John
street, $1.300.
5-roora house, up-to-date, South Edith
street; fine location: $1,900.
7-room house on North Second street,
In good repair; $1,650.
Three hundred and twenty acre ranch.
hay alfalfa, grafted fruit trees,
crood buildings, etc.
Small poultry farm, close In. with or
without poultry; easy terms.
Seven-room frame, three lots N. Third
St., $2.700.
Seven-room brlek house In Highlands.
South Arno st. til. 860.
Four acres of laod three-auarterg of
ji mile from postofllce, wdth lota of
fruit trees and house thereon.
Six-room brick house, S. Third at.
$3.000; reasonable terms.
BUSINESS CHANCES.
Good ranches near the city for sale
nt reasonable prices.
Fire Insurance. Houses fir Kent,
Kcnls Collected. Taxeft Paid, anil
entire charge taken of rtroiicrty for
residents and noii-rcsldcnta.
E. H. DVNBAR CO.
CorniT Gold Avenue and Third Street.
"There Is a tide In the affairs of
men which taken nt the Hood
leads on to fortune."
BUY NOW
Never was there bitter op por.
tunlly in Albuquerque for Itmra
tivo Investments jn Real Estate
than now. Now would he the
Hood tide of . many a yfiung
man's affair if he would but
invest his .savings b, Peal Es
tate. Those who ttdl you
I Bought Last fTall
are also telling about the hand
some profits they made. One
man we sold for last week made
$125 on an actual Investment of
$127.50 just doubled his money
In six months' time. Even bet-i
ter chances are staring you in
the face this fall! Are you go
ing to double your money, or
are you mio of those who will
say next fall
I Wish I Had
bought in the fall of 1905? We
can show you 1001 chames for
good Investments in Albuquer
que. A number have taken ad
vantage In the last week. Get
Into line.
;
Porterfield Company
110 West Cold
Both Phones. Notary Public
Remember we do a loan business
N. Peaich a Co.
I REAL ESTATE I
Dealers
Offlcs: 208,'í W. Gold Avenue
' Auto. Phone 335
Rankin & (o.
FIRE 1NSI lUXCE
KEAL ESTATE
LOANS
Automatic Ehone 451
HOOM 10. . T. AKMI.IO m ii.niNG
1 nxy -I rixy
We well the famous Trlxy Hose for
hoys and Kir la. There Is no other
Iloi-'o a i?ond for wear. The irlec Is
IMa- per pair. Other kind l(k-and I.m
the jialr. Try a pair nnd be convinced.
Huston School SIkmk for 1k-8 and
firls, the kind that will Maud hard
knocks.
For r.oys, mu-, $1.00, $1.25, $1.40,
nnd up in $2.00.
For (iris, $1.15, $1.10 and up to
$2.011.
I'liilerwear for Hoy and Girls, 15c
to 3.V" a Karment.
Union Suiu for Olrls, itic to 50c.
THE CASH BUYERS' UHI0
Automntlo I'Iione KOI.
Wm, Doldi, Prop 122 N. Second St
1ET
AVDKES KOMEKO, Prop,
Fresh and Salt Meats
CAME IN SEASON.
211 VTest Gold Avenue Albuquerque
MERCHANT'S Z
Is the place to go for a
Good Dinner or Short Order
216 South Second Street
P. SteSen, Prop..
A full aet of teeth for 18.00
Gold Crowns .00
Filling's, upward from 1.00
Teeth extracted without pala. .M
B. F. COPP, D.D.S.
Room 1 N. T. AmiUo Building
Albuquerque Foundry
and Machine Works
R. P. IIAIJTi, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings, Ore, Coal
and Lumber Cars, Pulleys, Grate
Bars, Babbitt Metal, Columns
and Iron Fronts for Build
ings, Repairs on Mining' and
Milling Machinery Is our Specialty
FOrXDUY
Eat Side Railroad Track. Albuquerque
W. L. TRIMBLL OX CO.
UTERI FEED AND TRANSFER
. STA BLICíi , , ..
Flint CUm Turnouts at Reaaom
able Ratea,
tew Phone if a. 121. Old Pbon. No. I
TIIIiENGLIWOOD
MRS. J. ROLLDEN, Prop.
Auto. Phone 204
Corner Second Street and Copper Ave,
Alhuaueraue. New Mexico.
Full of Comfort
and Pleasure
The California Limited Log
Book:
I have traveled over many rail
roads and have failed to find
one equal to the "Santa Fe."
Without doubt the Oilifornla
Limited Is the most luxurious
train in the world. The service
Is excellent in every respect, and
the attentions and courtesy
shown by the employes Is most
Keiitlemanly. A trip to California
via the Santa. Fu I one that
should he Ioiir remembered;
and It Is full of both comfort
and pleasure. KD. I LYCALT,
2S South Twenty-first ireet,
Philadelphia, Pa.
SANTA FE IS THE WAY
L. B. Putney
Established 1878
Wholesale Grocer
FEED, FLOUR AND GRAIN
Agent for Mitchell Wagons
y - alri QrEi'Qrrc, n. m.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
Effective Juue 4, 1K05.
Kasthouiid. Arrive. Depart.
No 2 Atlantic Ex. 7:55 am 8:30 am
Mi
4 Chl Llin...ll:6Spm Tue & Frl
M " 12:09 am
Wednes. & Satur.
No 8 Chl & K C
Expresa ....
West Itounil -
No I IjO An. Ex..
No aCalifLIm ..
i J
No 'i San Francis
6:45pm 7:45pm
Arrive Depart
7:30 pm 8:15 pm
10:40 a m Mo & Thu
10:60 a m
co Fast Mail 10:45 p m 11:10 p m
South Bound Depart
No27 ..11:30pm
(Connect with eastern trains.)
Arrive From South
No 22 7:30 am
(Connecting with No. 2 easlbound
All trains dally, except No. 3 and 4.
No. 1 carriea through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars to Los
Atíceles.
No. 7 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars for San
Francisco.
II. S. Liny.. Ago ut.
' SANTA KE CKNI'ltAIi ltAII.llOÁD "
In Effect Dec. 26, 1904.
tiouthbound Northbound
No. 1 STATIONS. No. 2
1:00 pmJLv.. Santa Fe..Ar
4:30 pm
4:10 pm
2:45 pm
8:T0 pin
2:45 pm
1:55 pm
1:20 pm
12:46 ptn
12:20 pm
11:15am
10:45 am
10:26 am
1:40 am
1:20 pm
Donaelana
1:45 pm
..Vega Blanca.
. . .Kennedy ..
. ... Clark ...
. . .. Stanley ., ,
. .. Morlarty ..
... Mcintosh ..
. . Estancia
... milliard ..
. Progress .,
T)l, ......
Z:20 pm
2:4 5 pm
3:30 pm
4:05 pm
4:20 pm
6:45 pm
, 6:20 pm
6:60 pm
7:20 cm
íjlJpmjAr.
Read, down
eiaiil'll .
ToTanee ,.Lv
Read up i
A llot Proposition
Is not always agreeable. But one of our Heaters
is about the hottest propositions you can ge, and
there is nothing more agreeable than one of our
Easy Chairs, a Superior Heater and a Good Book.
We have them from 2.50 to $25.00. Call and .
Inspeet our line the mostVomplete In the city.
Give us a trial. Promptness is our motto.
"Get the Habit"
J. D. EMMONS
(Successor to The Futrellc Furniture Company)
Corner Second Street and Coal Avenue
Both Telephones. V West End of Viaduct
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Carry on their atanlard gauge traína Standard Pullman and Tourist
eieepers, Dining Can and Chair Cars, andl a tae japular reate to all
paints In Colorado.
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WHEN YOU BUILD
you want to get Into a residence
district where you will feel sure
that business houses will not be
creeping out your way and spoil
ing your home site, and you want
some assurance that factories,
smoke stacks, saloons and other
things too numerous to mention
will not be encroaching on your
castle moat,
YOU CAN HAVE
all these protections' and Immuni
ties In the Highlands without any
manner of doubt. Come in and
talk It over with us.
Surety Bonds.
Public.
Accident and Life.
821 Gold Avenue
OurYardis the Right One
for LcJMBER, LATH, 6ITUVGLES, ete
rhnn yon call at C. C. BALDUIDGJT8
well stocked lumber yard. He Mrrlee
m big stock of Windows, Doors, Pailita,
Oils, Brusbea, Cement, Building Paper,
rt0- it i-l
J. C. Baldride
405 S. First Sirtet
OF THE WOULD.
points east, and affords paasangara
Den re r, Calorado Bprlngs er Pnable
Paasenger Agt, Banta Fe, N. M.
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Stop overs allowed in jCilifornia.
For particulars call ou any agent
of the Santa Fc.
BLACK, G. P. A, Topeka, Kant.
LUTZ, Alt, Albuquerque, N. M.
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