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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 9 February 1906

ALBUQUEKQ.UE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE TMRrr. RATON A BUSY BUSTLING TOWN Two New BanKs Established, Many Buildings Going Up, New Raton Railroad. TIGHT LID ON JAT GATE CITY 4 'i unttlhiw FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. t ; 1 - . of Special Correspondence. Raton, N. M., Feb. 8. This seems a very busy place, but the natives ?lalm that there is no boom on Just a steady growth, with probably a little Increase of transients as the. result of two new railroads that are about to build through Colfax coun ty. At the hotel, the landlady told me that I could have a room just as soon as some one got up. The house was full. At the restaurant, the waitress told me that the coffee was Just sold out, and It was only 8:30 In the morning. The building going on In Raton at present, an Influential citizen told me, constituted about twenty-five residences. Eighteen business blocks are planned for the year, the -work to begin as soon as the weather will permit. The weather, however, I am told, has been mild during ...

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. — 9 February 1906

pge rour.. ALBUQUERQUE EVEN I NO CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Pally nd WceMy By The Citizen Publishing Company w. 8. 8TRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Mnnafi-r Ufta City Election As a consistent reimlilican paper, anil the only one f that kind puhlished In Albuquerque, Tlio livening Cltixen 1h opposed to a mongrel, ootiiininilM special In terest, individual, or any oilier kind of city tiekei, for the upproaehinK elect Ion, other than on.! selected n party lines and fur party purposes. As Tlio Citizen showed on yesterday, litis is a rep resentative government In Its varied departments of city county, male and federal association ; and tlio only means of conducting a representative, government lias to-o fully demonstrated to lip tlinniuli political parties. This demonstration lias been made, not only in the United States and England, but alike In France. Germany and other countries in the Kov.rnment of which representa tion holds a pla...

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. — 9 February 1906

ALBUQUK1JOUE EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY , 1906. PAOB FIVE. PETIT THIEF POLICE DO NOT GET COMMISSIONS ARRANGEMENTS ARE COMPLETED Elks' Theatre SENT TO JAIL Avan Armijo, a Farmer, Robbed of His Goods Last Niht by Oneslno Chavez. COLLAW CILPRIF ND LA XP t Aau Arinljo, a farmer living in i h Siiii'iia mountains, came to Allinqni-r-iMc yesterday for a load of provis ions. Ho stocked up with lard, off o, (rtnJ, biissr., wine anil sundry otiier articles, and aliout in o'clock last evening was ready t start buck to his ranch. He drove over on North Third Rtreet, en route to Mountain road, for achat with a friend, hitching his team outside. Uion his return lo tin? vehicle, not long afterwards, Armijo discovered that he had hecn rohheil. His lard, wine, coffee, etc., had been stolen dur ing his s. ion absence.. Armijo deputized himself as a de teitive, and while with his nt.se to the trail, ran into one Onesino Chavez, who was Htrucicling along with a t wenty-pound jar or lard, the Ide...

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. — 9 February 1906

A LUUOUEKQUE KVKK1NO CITIZEN. PAGE SIX. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. A mOSS THE CONTINENT IN TWENTY SIX HOURS AND FIFTEEN MINUTES r minium ynumj. MOST ANYTHING lommtiincation Made tLasy El Paso & Southwestern System 1 A Hlclimond Vn man ,il.,1 Wvihi two widows and a fiancee. He cer tainly showed wisdom In dying. Mrfl. YorkeS-Mlzner nnai-omJ n,m. Between the Great Southwett end Kaniaa City, St. Louie, Chicago, and all pointa North and Eatt by the Rock Island , System Sho-test, quickest, therefore, the beat. The only way with two through traina daily, carrying standard and tourist sleepers, observation din ing cara, chair cars and eoachea. For ar.y trip, anywhere, any time TAKE THE SOUTHWESTERN. tlons as though she had been In the life Insurance business In New York. ROCKED HIMSELF TO SLEEP.. "" "fcaS f rtJt i , CHICAGO MtVYORK (f) () J N$jSfgX MONDAY M0NJAY TUESDAY ttONDAI . J Traveling at the rale of 127 miles an hour the highest sKid attained by any of the comixtlng auto nrivoiis ...

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. — 9 February 1906

AMItraUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. PAGE SEVEN. I I CLEAN SWEEP SALE . OF CARPET REMNANTS AND SAMPLES KANSAS LAUNCH BOOM FOR EXPOSITION IN I9II BOt U&'"i Body Brussels. 1'i-yd lengths.. 90c Wilton Velvet. 1 1 2-yd lengths.. 90c Moquette, I'iyd lengths $1.25 Axminister, 1',2-yd lengths ...$1.50 KKMNANTS, I.AIUIF. K.,', f'H FOR SMALI KOOMS, IV nRVS KBI.B VIM VRT Mlini'KTTX AXII INGRAIN. SO ClIKAr IT WHX MARK YOt'H P()'rKKT!OU:; 1.AIT.1I. SEB OUR WINDOW IMS- "U J. D. EM fit! ON S jjj Both phones. Corner Ccal Avenue and Second St. W. end of viaduct. FAVORITISM IN RAILROAD RATES r Here we have a laughable bargain ail. None but a ninny could expect to sell one pair of socks for more than four pair, eh? Don't lie too certain. You ought to see a in riff Hlieet In a railroad freight office. The railroads will take fertilizer for you from Montgomery. Ala., to Macon, Gn., at $i.i a ton. hut they charge 2.30 a ton to Shellman, Oa., only about half as far. You'd suppose t...

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. — 9 February 1906

PAGE EIGHT. ALBUOUEHOUE EVEN IMP CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1906. h -". m rjk r. i Vi .11 TVTM KH. I KL'M I.' MIL - r l-Jk Q A If Take Good Care of Your Feet Good Shoes are an absolute necessity for health as well as looks. Ill fitting Shoes cause corns and bunions. Shoes that are too light expose you to the danger of catching cold. For stylith Shoes that fit well and protect your feet, call upon us. Men's Dress Shoes $2 50 to $ I 00 Men's Work Shoes 1G3 to 3 00 Women's Shoes 1-50 to 4 00 Women's Low Shoes 1-25 to 3-50 Shoes for Boys 100 to 2-75 Shoes for Girls 85 to 2 50 Shoes for Ilahies -50 to 1-25 LOCAL AND PUKSOXA L DAY AND WEATHER. ' Pattly cloudy tonight nd Satur day, with local rain or snow; warmer In north portion tonight. Sun rose at 6:55 this morning and will set at 5:34 this evening, giving a day of 10 hour and 39 minutes. 1 he moon rises as the sun sets and shines all night long. The day has been hazy but very pleasant, a model winter day In any way considered. General...

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. — 10 February 1906

tfr 1! 1 VOLUME 20 ALHUQUKUQUK, NEW MEXICO, SATURDAY EVENING, FKHHUAKY 10. I'JOG NUMBER 91 ' ti m ii iii hi n i hi MONSTER BATTLESHIP WAS LAUNCHED TODAY GREATEST EVER BUILT Unequaled in Size, Speed, Armament and Destruc , tive Ability Great Secrecy is Maintained as to Principles of Construction. ENGLAND ONLY CAN USE JAPAN'S EXPERIENCE Cause of Secrecy is British Meet May Have Benefit of Leviathan at Least Two Years Before Other Nations. Portsmouth. England,. Feb. in. The monster buttle ship Dreadnaught, which, when finished, will cost 17,(100,000, was launched (here today by King Edward. The ceremony was the most simple iiossible, the king ! having vetoed pageantry on account velocity to send them twenty-five of the recent death of his father-in-1 miles, or to penetrate sixteen inches Jaw, King Christian, cf Denmark. cr armor plate at two milts. This is H. M. S. Dreadnaught Is at once the 1 twice the projectile force of any other greatest battle ship In the world and warship afloat,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 10 February 1906

PAGE TWO. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906" AUiUUUKUUUK KVKN I NO CITIZKN ,...' THE EVENING CITIZEN rMIkt Daily ai Weekly ty The Citizen Publishing Company t PnvtcMW for trmnamiiMioii Uiroush U Mil aa aarand claaa nuttier. Official Paper of Bernalillo County and Oily of Albuquerque. aaattatW PrM Aftemaaa Dlipitrhet. largMt City Cfranty Clrrulittoa. Ik I ifrrtt Nr Mule Clmlatlaa. larpwt Northern Arlnna Cirrolltloil. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Hatty rr rail on imr in aaWane. it." Ikaily by nwttl, par mimth wt Waafcly by mail, on yr.. 2 l1 Oay 6y Carrier, 60c per month Tm KvKfNO CmitM will be d-livi-rrd in th Wy at lh kw rat of ii crnta p. ' wk. or for ti cwnta fipr mnrtth. whn paid monthly. Id'trtlslnfl Rates Hade Known on Application gnlimlV'ii will r.fr a furor hy notifyinr o nmrimtlv on any nniwlelivpry of the pniHT. All faltraT,ri rrmttar.r nhoiiUI he iwUlreswfl to Tm t'TTHKN l'1'HI.ISHimi I'liMPANT. limit a. rtarka, ptrff:re and K(rsa money ordM! be mail pa able to IM order ol Iht OU1 TIL...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 10 February 1906

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906. ATJIUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN PACE THREE. SPRINGER IS A A NOT SPRIGHTLY Otty Gr Its 700 Inhabitants Live Off Resources of Southern Part of County. OTHER ITEMS OF COLFAX COUNTV A A ounilIhw A ohe of Special Correspondence. springer, N. M., Feb. 9. The 700 inhabitants of this place live off the stock, fruit and agricultural Interests of the southern part of Colfax county. The Santa Fe has a station here, but the time schedule makers of the road do not think the place of sufficient im portance to have No. 9 and the lim ited trains stop at it. The town is built on the east brink of the Cimarron river and east of the Santa Fe railroad, but it will awaken some day west of the railroad, as the work of changing the track ia already In progress. At present the track fol lows the river too closely for safety. This became evident lost year when a fllood not only washed out considera ble of the track, but gave the lower part of Springer a ducking as well. ' The chang...

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. — 10 February 1906

ALliUQUKUOUi: KVKX1NO C1T1ZKX PAGE FOUR. AATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 190fl. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Dally and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company W. S. 8TRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Manager xcxxckxcocooooo 0 Cipriatio Castro's Owmi Private History u o oooc-oooooo cooo oo cooooooooooo Horn, Slate of Tachira, Venezuela, IStiO. Mother a negro; father nn Indian "a Venezuelan partriarch of Ue- sidedly Mormon tendencies who had oer sixty children. Illegitimate for the most pail." ("I'x-Diploniat" In Pub llc Opinion. May 6, 1905.) Kept small stove and cared for father's cattle. Personal characteristics: small stature; dress extrav agant affects a gray frock coat in imitation of Napoleon. Conspicuous at social affairs for his fantastic capers. Courage illustrated when during earthquake of l!no he abandoned his wife In palace and Jumped t e. iy-nine feet to the ground. Penniless when he usurped presidency six year.- t'go; annual salary $12,000; now has millions. Owns...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 10 February 1906

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906. ALHUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE PIVC. HIGH SCHOOL TEAM SUFFERED DEFEAT In the Fastest and Most Scien-; Third WorRman Possibly Pre tific Game of Sceson ! vented a Murder This Morn- 'Varsity Club Won. DASCF. FOLLOWED Ttit BI I LE University of New Mexico 24 Central High School 19 Thus resulted last evenings bas ket ball '. ntest nt the Casino. Thus were the bmrers of the Varsity col ors tnthtised to the limit, and the high school contingent forced to ac cept that bitterest of pills defeat. It was a snappy contest, chock full of ginger from the first to the final whistle of the referee. Such "rooting" a filled the auditorium has seldom before been beard on a basket ball gridiron. First th loud, vehement cheering of the 'high school fol lowing re;it the iiir. the students wildly waving their -olors and toot ing bonis as horns are rarely tooted. Then the college boys would distin guish themselves. More blowing of bonis, yelling unfurling of colors, only from...

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. — 10 February 1906

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906. PAGE SIX. AMiUQUEKQUR RVK.lXd CITIZEN. Selections Gathered for Lady Readers AN ORIGINAL JOINT STATEHOOD MAN "EVELESS EDEN OF THE WEST' LONGS FOR EVES IN THE BIG HORN COUNTRY, WHERE THERE ARE TEN BACH ELORS TO ONE MARRIAGEABLE CIRL, THEY HAVE ISSUED A CALL FOR WIVES. Veeteetse, Wyo., Feb. 10. Hi Horn county, the "Eyeless Eden of the West," Is now wrestling with the ques tion of how to supply wives for Its 1,642 bachelors. The state census shown more than ten unmarried men 10 one marriageable girl, and the Oray Hull Club, a commercial organ ization, Issued a call lor wives in the liojies of changing the ratio. Mi-eteetse is the storm center of this unique campaign, and has a great" t percentage of unmarried men than any other l cality. The owners ot two of the finest rr'.iie.ies are bachel ors, worth at least f T.r..tno ; three ot the largest wool groweis in the west live here at the hotel In single blessed ness; many of the merchants are sim ilarly situat...

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. — 10 February 1906

AMIUJUKHQUK EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10. 1906. PAGE SEVEN. GLEAN SWEEP S SALE OF . . CARPET REMNANTS AND SAMPLES Body Brussels, 1 1 i y d lengths. .90c Wilton Velvet, 1'2-yd lengths. .90c Moquette. 1" i yd lengths $1.25 Axminister, 1'2-yd lengths ...$1.50 REMNANTS. I.AROF. P.NO I flU FOR SMALL ROOMS. IN" fiRUS SKI.S. VF.I.VET. MOQI'KTT 10 AM) INO.RAIN, SO CHKAP IT WILL MAKK YOUR POCKF.TP.OOK l.Al'GH. SEE OUR WINDOW PIS 1M.AY. J. D. EMMO S UNIVERSITY NEWS Mr. Preston rhv a carefully pre pared tnlk, yesterday, at the assembly period, on "It.idium." , President Tlyht is Improving rapid ly and will W on the the hill next j week, though ho may not take up his j a tiM iy tor several days. I A (tame of basket hall betwten the i arflty and the "S, nibs" on the t campus, Tuesday afternoon, restilteu In favor of the former. Seoro, 43 11. Both phones. Corner Coal Avenue and Second St. W. end of viaduct. FAVORITISM IN RAILROAD RATES ? m mm .ifi run i w 1 ' 'IT'".!"' 127 "SKn Here is ...

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. — 10 February 1906

PAGE EIGHT. ALHUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1906. 9 Of pi 1 wLiA tj 314 Wtfrl KA!tKUHlMVt.J- Take Good Care of Your Feet Good Shoes are an absolute necessity for health as well as looks. Ill fitting Shoes cause corns and bunions. Shoes that are too light expose you to the danger of catching cold. For stylithlShoes that fit well and protect your feet, call upon us. Men s DrcB8 Shoes $2!0 to $ t 00 Men's Work Shoos. .... . 1-G5 to 3 OO Women's Shoes 1-50 to 4 00 Wmen' Low Shoes 1-23 to 3-50 Shoes for Boys 100 to 2-75 Shoes for Girls S3 to 2-50 Shoes for Ilabies 50 to 1-23 LOCAL AND PERSONA L, DAY AND WEATHER. TT'fi : ' -T iTl ... 1 - -- ... lJly MOCHA " , O00OOC0D00C4K0O New Good IS are bring constantly received, which Insures our customers receiving per fectly fresh articles. We handle only the best and most reliable brands of every kind of food products, and sell them at bed-rock prices. Local snow tonight and Sunday In north portion; ram in south portion. Sun ros...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 12 February 1906

I--1 Co K If j-f.r VOLUME 20 A LBUQ U E HQ UK, XE V MEXICO, .MONDAY EVENING, . FK1JUUAKV 12, 1D0( NUMliEH S)2 ftfifeit B Tail Bll E Bl li Si Sl'W 8; OBSERVE BIRTH Many Parts of Country Remember Lincoln's Natal Day. EAST AND WEST REPOUTS Generally Speeches and Ban quets Combine to Honor the Occasion. NOTED ORATORS ARE NUMEROUS Ncw York, Feb. 12. The Republican . Club i New York will observe IJn j win's birthday as usual by holding n , Astoria. Genral Horace Porter has j . i-fa sraii-a uif giwor ior ue 'ooiuj. Amui:g i ue inner iiea'iters will Iw fVin ri -mmin lnnine T Kin.1 Claery of Minnesota, Congressman J. J'loat Faasctt of New York, find Llcu tensr.t Governor M. Unit Uruce. Sanquet, With Speeches. Xe.vb-'.rgh. N. Y., Feb. 12. The ninth annual dinmr cf tae Lincoln Association, In hi nor of Lincoln's birthday, will take place nt the Palen 1ine, this evening. Several prominent speakers have been secured for the oc casion. The number of guests ha.-i been limited to 12". Interesting a...

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. — 12 February 1906

1 ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN AGE TWO. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 19Q. THE IVfNING CITIZEN rnMlsJirt Dally ant Weekly by The Gtizcn Publishing Company ftt PwtoflW for trmnimiliirtn through th tuatl aa aerom! cluta mutter. LA3EL i ei MM-ial Papeir of lic.rnnlillo County and City of Albuquerque. AaaadvM Fm Afternoon Dlipttclwt. largwt City ti4 Coaoty Clrralation. T Lnrent Nfw Mexico Circulrtl"". turret Nortliwn Arinfia C n idation. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: TViBt wil, one rwtr hi advance.. $S.fln Itakttr tvr mail, per immth - M ftftaIy by matt one year... 2. 1)0 aDaiy fcy Carrier, 60c per month Tm KntNiNO Oititfh will fci delivirod In the Irt th knr rat of 8) mitt per week, or for 60 ifMr month, whrn paw monthly. IWrtrUstag Rates Bade Known on Application 11V 11 win nfcr a favor by nntifyinn us lately on any nnn-dHivory or the paper. AM htx in ami t littanrra nhoiild be aridrrxanl to Ta llmiKW Ivni.iHHiNO t'oiirjiNT. Draft, vtm-t. pnatnflir anil rxnrpsa money ordc.i a made payable to the order...

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. — 12 February 1906

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE THREE. SOME FACTS ABOUT ABRAHAM LINCOLN Characteristics of Your.g Man hood and Story of His Courtship. SECRtT OF HIS POPULARITY n MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1906. 4r 4 at 4r 4, 4r 4sr r , . " ' . . . 1 J o-s t&Kji- JX -s.i tk iCSrv Li. lZ. 1Z- t- 1"- tT- H H 4 4 H -r . Busk CMy of Hh(B k If k uMm. 9) Wis Only Duel Which Was Never Fought With General Shields. Perhaps liia most winning quality, with young ar.il old alike, was his sinreru belief in his fellow townsmen and their c mmunity, says Frederick TrevJr Hil! in the Ih c( mber Century. Ivoeal pride never had a mors buoy ant champion Unn ho. For him San Knnion county In general, and New Salem, in particular, was the prom ised i.iad. ami he was confident that the people were equal to the lasK f developing it according lo its needs. Thus, when it was first suggested thai, the .shallow, snag hound Sanga mon river v navigable, and might be made a grtr.t highway of com merce, u eastrly chain pi: ned the t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 12 February 1906

PAGE FOUR. ALHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1906. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN! Published raily and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company 8. 6TRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Hunlneps Manugi'i C 000XDX)OCk0CC-OOOvCCCC00-0X)OQ Wlhy Repose Chjs'c Us HoU ri Pardee: By Winifrfd Black. oooooooxkxkscockckx:chxoo(xo x-x-x-x-x- x -s- r- x-x-x I H The CoEaisap; tSfcril&c The dial ojKTRtors defiantly ilcelnre r lint they a;v Trcpared for the coming Strike. Tiny have r.n-icvpatcrl it (lid laid tip a supply. Tho minor., dciva:;- l!i:i: t!-.-y nr.. ml-11 nrfimrpd feir ft IdlltT Ktim'. TIH'Y till) 1.:1V0 pectcd it and have their treasury In line c::ir!it'on, j vith 300.000 paying members. Only tho pul lie I ' prepared, unalile to make nny ir paratimi. an.I hc'.phf s j .i..f,...i Kiii.lf iiirnliiHi tin- imralvzini: effect which jvrcat coal strike will have upon general business. An l i, unless something happens between now un, April 1. ihe fight will po merrily on in nearly eve...

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. — 12 February 1906

) ALHUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1806. PACE FIVE. THE RETAIL DRUG TRUST BLGAl The Local Dealers Know of Ko Party Securing Op tions on Stores. GttftLlVi LP SMALL llilLUv I..1.1; Saiunlay illuming. The Eie;i iun Ciii.i'ii received a telei;ra:n dated Irum New York. giving meatier details to tin- effect iliiit. a "retail urns mist would ciiicr Albuquerque ami oilier southwestern towns, and wore ft'fiii' iiiK options on stores." As tlu sperial lai lted jiart icniars. I lie business manager of this paper wind hack to send ' more pariicular-1." hut u delayed wire reached this oltiee yesterday i Sunday ) tuorning thai "no further answer was necessary." This morning a representat Ive of The Evening Citizen railed on the local lrm; sanies and ascertained that no op'ion of any find is held on the utorcs hi ii ey the retail drug !i".ist, or anv other cotjiorat ion. E. O. Abr.il.am. of the .1. H. O'Rielly company: li. Kuppc. V. Y. Walton, J)r. 1!. H. H' tv.j-'s of the Alvarado...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 12 February 1906

AMIUQUEKQUE KVRKI S CITIZEN. PACE 3IX. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12. 1906. HARRISON'S MOTION FRIGHTENED Aldermen Gillenwater and Wilier Jon Thought They Saw a Trick Play-Water Ordi nance and Contract. 1 When Alderman Harrison moved :i! Saturday afternoon's moetiiiR f the oily council that bonds amounting t IftDO.tMi) be floated for tho putohas -imil mnintainanee of tho Water Sup ply company, subject of c.uirso, to the wishes of the voters of the city, look of alarm crept Into tin' faces a ()fi Aldermen Gillenwater nnd Wilkt -rs. n. log-other with one or more of the city I.k1.h. It was apparent that such a float -was very distasteful to at least this' .two rouncllmoii. and that they saw In tho motion of Alderman Harrison n toiiiethini;" much deeper in signifi cance than appeared on the surface. little doubt in the minds tr thoie present that the gentlemen deduced that Alderman Harrison hail from the s.art been an opponent of the water plant purchase, and this motion lor the Moating of bonds e...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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