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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905. ALUUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN, PAGE SEVEN. CITY TELEPHONE SYSTEMS ARE OWNED BY TWO DISTINCT COMPANIES Col. Sellers Denies That Colorado Company Has Absorbed Automatic CompanyBell People Have Option on System However. luuMuticli the K'Mivral lui invasion j exists that botb telephone systems of the city are owned iy one ami me. Mine company, the Colorado Tele phone company, that a new year Is about to roll around and (hat the peo ple want to know what the telephone companies are gofng, to do whether they intend to make a larger number of subscribers taks lth "phones, neither of extra Kood service. The Evening Citizen took occasion to in terview the managers of both com panies this morning. If it Is a fact that both systems are owned by the Colorado company, the expense of keeping both 'phones is a great wrong perpetrated upon the good people by a soulless corxration, for which, there should be some remedy. When the Automatic Telephone com pany pawaed Into th...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

PAGE EIGHT. AIJSUQUKISQUK EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 30. 1905. V AMERICAN LUMBER COMPANY'S MILLS TREMENDOUS ENTERPRISE j This City the Headquarters, Through This Company, For All Kinds of Manufactured Lumber, and the Products are Shipped Everywhere. One of the most important indu tries in Albuquerque, Riving employ ment to over J .100 men, and with a monthly roll of $30,000, U the Am erican Lumber company, situate,! in the northwestern part of the city. Organised as a Hock company in 1902, with a capital stock of $8,000, OOO, tho mill was erected in 1903, starting operations on August 28th, of that year. There are many departments of the boilers. Is modern In every respect. The refuse from these two mills are ground by hog, and conveyed through u Oarland conveyor a distance of over G0 feet, to the Albuquerque Electric Light and Power company, where it la used for fuel. The sash and door factory has a floor space of 230x3oO feet, and a ca pacity of 1.200 doors and 4.000 sash...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

AJLiiU juehuue evening citizen. PAGE NINE. GENERAL REVIEW OF THE PUBLIC ' SCHOOLS OF THE CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE NEW MEXICO'S MILITARY INSTITUTE LOCATED AT CITY OF ROSWELL SATURDAY, OECEMBER 30, 1905. An Article Treating on an Important Subject, Showing the Advantages to Be Derived By Children Attending Public and Parochial -Schools Here. Many Interesting fads concerning the public schools of Albuquerque aru net forth In the following article, which cover the history of the city schools from the time of their iu , ceptlon to the present. TheileglslatHe art under which the school of Albuquerque were estab lished was passed February 2'. 18H1. Prior to that time there were no pub lic school in this city. On Monday morning, September 7, 1891, the firm public school In Albuquerque was opened for the accommodation of pu pils, with an enrollment the first day of 349 pupil. The City Library building, then known as the Academy building, an the Congregational Academy had been conducted in the bui...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905. PAGE TEN. ALHUQUKHOUK KVKN1NO CITIZEN ALBUQUERQUE IS TRULY A CITY OF FINE CHURCHES tho pant year, resides over the O. W. Strong's Hons Furniture store. Tho present membership of the church numbers 40, and the average Sunday congregations are about 75. The us ual hours of service prevail on Sun day, with a German Sunday school Sunday mornings at 10 o'clock. Seventeen Different Religious Faiths Represented in the CityThree Illustrations Show Handsome Edifices Erected the Past Year. ML ique:q!o . it popiilat inn taken Inly oonsidorat Ion. can well be spoken f as i Ik rivHl to Philadelphia for the iHle of the "City of Churches." With its xpul:n:on of 14,0(mi happy and progressive souls, Albuquerque has Mventeen churches. representing nearly every faith known to the Eng lish speaking world. These seventeen rhiirchcs. with as many pastors, to minister to the spiritual welfare, of the resident, are situated throughout the city with a view to being Ms easily aec...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

A.JSUijUEItOUK RVKN1NG CITIZEN. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905. PAGE ELEVEN. 1 i lOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO We desire to thank all our friends, and customers who contrib uted to make our flr?t annual INVENTORY HOLIDAY mm m Ltmm m m m a great success. Although, the sale was a greater success than we anticipated, our warehouse is still full of new and original designs in nobby furniture and we will continue to sell you high grade goods Just a little cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year, we are yours to serve. Cor. Coal & 2nd 0 EZ tY tT OflS Ph. Rfd 77 a..i Pfe, 474 m West end viaduct WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE g iXCXOOOOOOO000 ALBUQUERQUE BOASTS OF TWO WELL ARRANGED HOSPITALS One For the Treatment and Care of Railway Employes, the Other, The.Sl. Joseph's, For Everybody, be They Rich or Poor. This itistlTutlen Is the railway hos pital of the Santa., Fe coast liiieB, though private patients of the sur geons in charge are nlso treated here. The...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 30 December 1905

PAGE TWELVE. ALBUOUEKOUE EVEX1MG CITIZEN SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1905. ooooooxiooc ooooooooo M GSM MJL 314 WEST RA1LRCADAVE YOLf Forgot to remember some of vour friends before Clirlstn.ia and you received presents you did not expect. You can easily reciprocate and square yourself by buying a pair of our stylish slippers or shoes and sending them as New Year's Gift. Or maybe you were disappointed in getting that pair of shoes and slippers you had counted on and they come handy for yourself. In either case, we are anxious to serve you. Our stocks are in good condition and we can suit you In stylo, quality and price. 0 Bert's Slippers , 75c to $2.00 0 Men's Shoe $1.65 to $4.00 Women's Slippers 60c to $2.50 Tyumen gnuci l.v ig t.lu q j Children's Shoes and Slippers 65c to $2.50 f otoooooocoo 00COs0X000K "T f ooooooooooooo OUR NEW YEAR'S OFFERNQ in pure foods Is well worth your thoughtful attention mince meat, of course, the pure kind; relishes, con diments, flour, sugar, coffee, tea, spi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

V r 9 VOLUME 20 ALHUQUEUQUE. NEW MEXICO, MONDAY EVENING, JANUARY' 1, 1000. NUMIJEH I J -r REPRESSION IS WITH VENGEANCE City Prisons Already Over Crowded With Suspects. FORTRESSES GET HUNDRED5 Railway Stations Arc Pillaged in Large Section of Country. AGED WOMAN IN CITY COUNCIL ,Si. Petersburg. Jan. 1. The policy of repressing the revolutionists con tlnuea with vengeance. Their an nouncoment that they proposed to carrv mi a guerilla warfare until a general armed revolt la prepared, has -stimulated the government to re doubled energy. A band of terrorists Is known to be at -work here, and last night there were wholesale searches for suspects. ' The city prisons are overcrowded and hundreds have been moved to SchlusselMirg fortress and to the fortress of St. Peter and St. Taul. Patrols are understood to have o-Mers not to spare bullets If they are attacked by persons using bombs or revolvers. GOVERNOR GENERAL EXPLAINS DELAY. In an interview with Governor Gen eral Doubassof, printed tod...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

MONDAY. JANUARY 1. 1906. PAGE TWO. ALHUUUEKUUE EVENING CITIZEN lilt EVENING CITIZEN nMltb Dally Ml Wsskly by The Citizen Publishing Company liflilll a rWtoAVM far trvaanlaaha. thraasfc fc. aula M wwri .laa. arnttar. fit N ION (fti LABL N II I oooooocoooooc A HAPPY. NEW YEAR BY REV. J. W. BARRON. Paitor of the Congregational Church. C0tXDCCrCC0C0C-OO Offlaial Paper f Bernalillo County tad CJty of Albuquerque. SamMM PraM AfWwtn DkpttchM. Urprt City an4 Cwmty ClrcaTitl.. Tka UrrM Kh Mule Clrtulltl.. Urrxl Narttiam Hrlma Cirralatlaa. tiNMa or auaacRiPTiON: Mr kr aa r 4mm- IS .00 ruUx bf Hall. pr mntti. araar a-"" Dy fty Carrier, 60c per month i HmtlK will ba tJatlrarfd fai the r at tka law rat if NnUpr araak. ar far IP ntja. vim pata monuiij. JtfTirtltlif latei lade Idow n oa Application lift m wfli aaaar a faaar BT notrfjrtas oa ttatav aa amy aaa-aallvarr ar ina papar, Al latkara aa4 ramltlaiwaa ahouM ba Mrrr to rwrH priai taniMa Company. Drafta. ill nil, aal.m and aiaraaa inonay ordVr...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

ALflUQUEHQUK KVKN1X0 UITIZE PACE THREE. 1 v A WHITE CHRISTMAS AT MGUNTAINAIR C ALBUQUERQUE REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE People Enjoy Themselves, Kith Snow on the Ground and in Zero Weather. MAXY ITEMS OF INTEREST Contractors will begin tomorrow to grade and improve the unsold lots in the EASTERN ADDITION HIGHLANDS WONOAY. JANUARY 1. 1906. Special Correspondence: Muuntalnair, New Mexico, Dec. 26. If a while Christmas portends a prosperous year, this section of the -Sunshine Territory certainly has Wright outlook. The last storm ''brought twenty-three inches of the beautiful with 12 degrees below 7.ero weather. Kan go stock without teed will certainly suffer. This breaks the record, so far as kivwn In this part of the country, In spile of the snow and the cold weather, Mountainuir people enjoyed the Christmas holidays in good, ohl fashloned, down east style. There was no public tree, but several families enjoyed a visit from Santa Clans around the evergreen, decorated with home grown holly an...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

AL'JUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN page rour. MONDAY, JANUARY 1. 1906. V THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN 1 Published Daily and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company W. S. STRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Manager XXXX000XXXCOOOC00000000 Tho Clmen proudly presents to i's readers a V Now Year's Rift it has Ion been endeavoring to v si-cure. It i an increased telegraphic service T from tho Associated Press. A certain number "1 afternoon papers, on the same circuit was neces sary to Benin? this added service. That number bu at last been secured. At this writing It is not poBitive whether the added service will begin today, which Is a holiday, or will begin tomorrow. But tho service has been secured, and The C'lU.cn congratulates its renders nnd Itself. 00CC0XXOOCKC Happy New Year The Citizen hopes that all Ha readers In fiict, every Albuquerqiienn has had a merry Christ mas. and it now wishes them a happy New Year. This paper has completed another prosperous year in its history, saddene...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

( MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1906. ALBUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN, PAGE riVE. ELKS' THEATRE IS INDEPENDENT And Such it Will Remain Says Local Manager-Will Join No Circuit Just Yet. SCHEME IS ALL FOR IL PASO The report circulated by the morn ing ;aper to the effect Unit the Elks opera house would become a member iff the circuit which L. M. Crawford, jftt Topeka, Is striving to make a real- f Ity, is a wild one Indeed, for there Is ns little probability of the local pln' house falling into line on such a scheme as there ig of It being moved to El Paso, especially If 1.. M. Craw ford has anything to do with It, be cause the people of Albuquerque have not forgotten Crawford when he had charge of the Neher opera house, and his "hot air" a few years a- Manager Matson of the Klk thea ter. Informed a reporter from The Ev ening Citizen this morning that Mr. Crawford had simply broached the N subject to him and that would be where the matter would undoubtedly mm. mr. m a i son said ue no benefit to be d...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

PAGE SIX ALllUOUEItQUE EVENING CITIZEN. MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 190$. MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SETS. Sets Include three piece": Low-neck , Night Gown, Corset Cover, and Draw ers with Umbrella-shaped Ruffles. Made of Nainsook, prettily trimmed with Val. Lacelnscertlons, wide Em- . hroldcrv beading nnd Dainty Satin Ribbon,' at. S4 98 and $5 98 Children's and Misses Under wear 14 Drawers, made of good muslin, with doe umbrella-shBped hemstlehed ruffle; sizes 2 to 14 years. 39 Skirts, made of muslin, umbrella-shaped tucked ruffle, torchon lace insertion and lace edge; sizes 4 to 12 years. 49 Night Gowns, made of good a muslin, tucked yoke, two rows "of embroidery insertion and hem stitched ruffle; sizes S to 14 years. INFANTS' WEAR IN THE WHITE SALE. 590 IxftiK Dresses, nainsook, yoke of hemstitched tucks, feather stitching and French knots. (J90 lng Slips, nainsook, pointed , yoke of tucks, Val. and Swiss Insertions; lace edge on neck and sleeves. g9 Long Dresses, nainsook, V shaped yoke of Val. la...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

""fl""fc'llMH 1 iiiiii mm linn isiniHjIiraill- - " riW-M-MiiJi - - .....wsBBa. - - 11 ii lammii mm - ' "' !"""" """""MMMMiB,,, - ) ' ... A1.HU3UEHQUK KVKNING CITIZEN. MONDAY, JANUARY 1. 1906. PAGE StVEN. A )X We desire to thank all our friends and customers who contrib uted to niako our first aanual INVENTORY HOLIDAY ... SALE. a great success. Although the sale aa a greater success than we anticipated, our warehouse Is still full of new and original designs in nobby furniture and we will continue to sell you high grade goods just a little cheaper than you can buy them elsewhere. Wishing you a happy and prosperous New Year. aTe y01"-8 to CTy''' Cor.al&2nd J 571 fHOtS Auto Phone 44 m m mm "WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE Col.Ph.Rd 177 Vest .end viaduct iOOOXDOOOOOOOCOO POSTAL CLERKS WANT MAIL CARS TURNED Say Placing of Cars With End Next Engine Would Lessen Danger from Topeka. Kan., and the change In altitude has seriously affect ml him J. H. Newlee, resident enrin-er if the Santa ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 1 January 1906

ALUUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE EIGHT. MONDAY, JANUARY L. 19Q6. ) ooooooooo ooooooooco roc, Forgot to remember some of your friends before Christmas and you received present you did not expect. You can easily reciprocate and square yourself by buying a pnlr of our stylish slippers or shoes ....... .. una sending mem as in en- leiri uui. Or maybe you were disappointed in getting thnt pair of shoes and Rlippers you had counted on and they come handy for yourself. In either case, we are anxious to servo you. " Our stocks are In Eood condition and we can suit you In style, quality and price.. 0 2 O Wlen'a Rlinner. 75c to S2.00 Men's Shoes $1-65 to $4.00 A Women's Slippers . 60c to $2.50 6 Women's Shoes $150 to $4.00 A Children's Shoes and Slippers '. 65c to $2.50 BO0900000000 00000K0000 OUR NEW YEAR'S OFFERNG In pure foods Is well worth your thoughtful attention mince meat, of course, the pure kind; relishes, con diments, flour, sugar, coffee, tea, spices all the staples and all JJie l...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

I in. Bit p I in mi AjwW iU IV) U UU1U ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY EVENING, JANUAKV 13. 1900. VOLUME 20 NUM1JEK Hi 5 v TYPOS STRIKE NOW FULLY ON probably Will Prove One of Most Hotly Contest ed Strikes Known. HAD YEAR'S PREPARATION Whole Contest Turns on Work Day of tight Houn. LARGE WAGE ADVANCE IS MADE Cleveland, Ohio. Jan. 2 Two hun dred and forty-flv employes of print ing houses Joined 175 members of the Typographical union in the general Htrlke .here todny. Three-fourths of . nrlnlora hnvillS: refused tO -11 1, uiu u iv i nux - ' sign the eight-hour agreement, the strike was declared, ine iyoiuemc, ivhinh a iha nitlnnnl organization of bosses, formed to fight the Typo rmnhli a1 nnioa. la making efforts to obtain non-union printers. This strike of the printers became general on January 1, all over North America, and Is for an eight-hour day for book, Job and machine men. In cities where the printers have ob tained eight hours no strikes exist. NOT ALL EMPLOYERS ARE CALLED M...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

(V V 1 ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE TWO. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1P06. HIE EVENING CITIZEN rMlJi Dally Ml Weekly ty Tkc Citizen Publishing Company ). 4 at fmm UiW tm tomKhat Skraach alto mm mil mlmm m OfftalsJJ Iipr of Bornalillo County ft4 City of Albuquerque. Pnm AftanwM Dliatfclwt. UrfM City ait Canty ClrtnIitlM. T Lr ml Ntv Mnk Clrtft1. Itrnt Nrttir Arlmna Clrculltlra. tikmi or SUBSCRIPTION: h bhiH. an. rv ! iJnmL. W 00 Pitr fcr Mil Mr month ... ... .to mkkj mr a. w rT loo Dally by Carrier, 60c per month I O Titan will b. d.ltmnd hi the r M tha hrw tat. af SO huh prr mmmk. ar far P mmmm 9mm Miu, wm ia monthly. MwOilil Ittti Mid Inow on Application SvkMVUMra wW .ufai a fTr hf notifrtn- a mmmKiuIt mm mny w lirrr f th PlT. A 1 Ulaw. n iirtOMK .hoakl b wldrwiawl to Tn O l ia.il Ptjauaauta Comtant. Drafts. and inwi monor ardrra BaiaM UM ardar at th H TtLlFHtNllt I S3 Colorado A atom aft MORE FACTS ABOUT GOVERNOR'S RECEPTION Inauguration and Brilliant Ball at Santa Fe, Monday January ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

ALHUQUKHOUK EVENING CITIZEN t PAGE THREE. MEW COMPANIES BEGIN THE YEAR ALBUQUERQUE: REAL ESTATE: EXCHANGE r By Piling Articles to Do Busi ness in the Territory of New Mexico. Contractors will begin tomorrow to grade and improve the unsold lots in the EASTERN ADDITION HIGHLANDS A LOCAL CHURCH INCORPORATED TUESDAY, JANUARY 2. 1906. The following articles of Incorpora tion navs been filed In the office of Territorial Secretary J. W. Rsynolds: The Paddock Mercantile Company. The Incorporators, together with their addresses and number of shares . tvcld by each are: VV. I Padlv.k, Pendleton, San Juan county, 98 hares; Mllle D. Paddock, Pe lleton, Kan Juan county, 1 share; D. F. Dale, Pendleton, San Juan county. 1 share. The capital stock of the company Is 15,(XiO, divided Into 150 snares of a pur value of 1 100 each. There Is only one clas of stock. The company starts business with $10,000. The time of existence of the company 1 fixed at 60 years. The principal of fice in this territory i...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

page rour. TUESDAY, JANUARY Z, 1906. ALHUQUEHQUK EVENING CITIZEN THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Dully and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company W. 8. STRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Manager We Be Brethren The following from the New Mexican Is kindly. In ternal, arid true to the letter. The Citizen most heartily endorses the statements and especially approves the sen timent which the article breathe. "Heboid, how good and pleasant It Is," said one of old time, "for brethren to dwell together In unity." The press of New Mexico, and especially the dailies, because of their larger fields and greater facilities, are or should be laboring for the best Interests of New Mexico; and while wo may not always agree as (o what It the best, or as to the means by Which desired conditions can be secured, we cau at lea credit each with the sincerity and honesty which e claim for ourselves. The Citizen truly wishes suc cess to Its contemporaries and hopes from Its heart that 1906 s...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

v; ALHUQUKltOUK EVJSNiyp CITIZEN. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 190. PAGE rive. NINE OUT OF EVERY TEN MEN AND WOMEN DO MOST OF THEIR READING IN THE EVENING. MMMMm i rri ir sntsvi, ; IN ALBUQUERQUE OUR GREAT. Man Who Knows Says That Railroads Are Responsible For Pending Famine. DEARTH EXISTS THR01H0UT LAND JOSEPH SCHMITT TERRIBLY BURNED NEW MEXICO BAD WEATHER MRS. HIDING'S DEATH EXPECTED sm&waiSal "There are a number of reasons why A I buq ii rque. is in the throes of a coal tanilne," said a. man this morning mho iH in a position to know. "In the first place people must learn to store up coal in the summer for winter use. Of course, this is unprecedented cold weather for thiB country, and It may never occur again, but It Is always wise to le on the safe side. The coal men know this and they advocate it, but few people do it. Some have no place to store coal, and others are too poor to tie anv monev til) In coal for several mouths. 'Down at the Cerrlllos yards they had fifty tons stored up ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 2 January 1906

PAGE SIX. ALHUQUKKQUK EVENTING CITIZEN. TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1906. WASHINGTON NEWS FOR CITIZEN ESPECIALLY How Christmas Indigcstiblcs Produced Pip? rcam. Senators Getting Cautious About Opposing President, Who Takes to the Wilderness. SPORTING... ...BREVITIES Washington. U. C. Jan. 2.N( w it Ik claimed that Theodore Roosevelt aims to be thf political Ivh of the United States. The Washington correspondent of a New York paper ate a big dinner on Christmas day. Then he came down town to his office to work, but there u t.hn usual Christmas dullness, ann h couldn't find anything much already has had a t h.v Tilted hack in his chair, feet, lines of the fumed on desk, he drifted away into dream land. There was nothing very alarming In "this, and there probably would have been no serious results had it not been for the turkey, fruit cake, and most likely mince pie. I am not cer tain about the pie, but Jesuits would aeem to justify its inclusion in the menu. Anyway, the correspondent's dreams...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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