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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 February 1906

mmt WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 190. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAG I? TMr KANSAS POLITICS BEGINING TO BOIL Mexican Central Preparing to Refund Part of Its Indebtedness. BIG SMELTER FOR COAST Meetings and Gatherings of Various Kinds and Different Character. Topeka, Kas.. Feb. 21. The repub lican state committee will hold a meeting this afternoon to select the place and time for the holding of the state convention. Chairman W. R, Stubbs and the other members of the committee arrived here this morning and during the morning a number of informal conferences were held. The lasls of representation will also be agreed on at the meeting this after noon. It is barely possible that the question of adopting the primary sys tem for making nominations will be discussed. Chairman Stulibs ts lu favor of a direct vote of the people, but whether a plan can be decided on tinder existing conditions is extremely doubtful. States that have the primary system work under a state law. A primary election bill...

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. — 21 February 1906

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PACE FOUR. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 190. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Pally and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company w, 3. 8TRICKLER resident W. T. MeCREIGHT Business Manager Pture Food Law There Is no doubt that Ihc groat majority of our prepared fmtd products are habitual'.)- adulterated by many m ami fact urers, and In the absence of proper lecis 1 at ion that fart, prolably compels many others, who would prefer to be honest, no follow the evil example. The poods that Roll best are the low-pHc'd Kciods. All manufacturers label their products as "pure", and the public has r.o moans of distinguishing ,n' adulterated and so buys the cheapest. The object of a pure food law Is to compel the manufacturer to give the consumer correct information as to the composition of the product which he buys. If the product contains what is plainly deleterious to health, its sale will be forbidden. Other wise It may be sold, the consumer knowing what ho Is porting...

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. — 21 February 1906

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. ALUUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE FIVE. THE BANQUET OF STATES A Delightful Affair-Many Prominent After-Dinner Speakers Present CHURCH REALIZES HANDSOME SUM Tie banquet of stairs. chaperoned l'y t.ie ladirs of the Cong-renal lonal church In the church parlors laat night, was an affair Imih cntertaln fn and instructive. It served not only food for the body but food for the mind as well. The supper, which ln-gan at 6:30 o'clock, was served at six kinj? tallica, covering the larger part of the church audiiorium, and from the beginning until the end, whk"h came at 8 o'clock, when I he supplies began to run low, nenrly every chair was occupied. The menu contained the choicest viands oi home cooking. . The toast-makers were some of the nest nfler-dinner speakers of the southwest, and In nearly every In stance ihe speaker's subject wns his birth state and the scenes of his child hood. Prof. C. E. Hodgin. dean ct the uni versity, acted as toastmaster, and Mr", Ho...

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. — 21 February 1906

ALI.UQUKKQUE RVKKING CITIZEN. PACE SIX. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 81, 1906. DAD AND 'NUNC BURNED MONEY FOR THIS GIRL r- 8WEET CLARA WATERMAN GETS INTO SOCIETY AT TWO GRAND PARTIES, ONE COSTING $20,000 AND THE OTHER $24.000 WHAT FATHER AND UNCLE DID TO SPEND THE MONEY FOR A HOT TIME FOR THE GIRL THEY LOVE. . . A. Philadelphia. Feb. 21. Tnis simple old Quaker town has set "high society" of all the land agape with two func tions, as they call them, which lor the amount of money spent on each heats the record. It was all for a girl, a girl of 18, Miss Clara Waterman Knight. She la a happy, winsome lass, even though she has a million in her own right and Is the wealthiest of this season's debutantes in Philadelphia or else where. Her father, Edward Collings Knight, Jr., one of the seldom heard of multi millionaires, originally made his money In sugar and then multiplied it many times in stocks. Then, also there Is an uncle. Edward Waterman Dwight, who Is a steel man ufacturer, In mines and In ...

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. — 21 February 1906

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. AleHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN. Out in Half . In order to make room for our Spring stock of Draperies we will cut prices in half on all odd Lace Curtains and Portieres. Some very pretty pattern?, two pair alike. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY J.D.EMMONS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE. Cor. Coal Ave. and 8econd St. Both Phones. West End of Viaduct. RAILROAD TOPICS It is bPRinnlni? to look bright aain for the Albuquerque Eastern railway. The Santa Ke Central Railway com pany officials are making preparations to deliver fifty cars of steel rails at Wlllard for use on the Belen cut-off. The Santa Fe men at the Ivs Vegas shops took up a collection of $72 and bought and presented a fine gold watch chain to the retired general foreman of the division, R. D. Gibbons, as a token of their remembrance aud good "will. W. R. Brown, district freight and passenger agent for the Santa Fe, with headquarters at El Paso, was in the city letween trains yesterday morning, whi...

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. — 21 February 1906

PA&E EIGHT. ALUUOUEROUE EVENING CITIZEN WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1906. rvi t 314 WEST KAIlKOAPAYt. Jf JO men o COMFORT SHOES Soft Kid uppers, low heels, tlexl. ble soles, light weight. They make your feet feel at home from the beginning, look neat and wear well. Toe Slippers $1.10 to $1.50 Strap Sandals. .$1.25, $1.50 $1.75 Julietes, plain or tipped, $1.35 Julietes, Rubber Heels $1.75 Lace Shoes, plain toes $1.50, $1.65, $2.25 Congress or Button Shoes, $2.50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL DAY AND WEATHER. iCPtWU ' SS M New Goods fjjj ff,--rp are oelng constantly received, which ' V'V-'V-! Insures our customers ' receiving per fresh articles. We handle only best and most reliable brands of every kind of food products, and sell them at bed-rock prices. OCHA F. F. TROTTER Nob. 118 and 1 120 , South Second St 0Oe)000(fcOO0$JO)Oa)Oe)Oe)Oei Fair in south portion and rain or snow In north portion of territory to night and Thursday; wermer tonight. Colder in north portion Thursday. Sun rose at 6:42 ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 February 1906

ii tffc$ VOLUME 20 ALHUQ UE HQ UE, NEW .MEXICO, THUUSDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY" 22. VJOG. NUMBER 101 FATHER OF COUNTRY HONORED GENERALLY BY ALL AMERICANS Italy Oily Foreign Country Which Gave Day Gen eral and Public Recognition, Teaching by It Through the Schools Universal Peace. OCCASION WAS MARKED BY SPECIAL EXERCISES JMeariy Ail Large Cities Participated, While the Smaller Places Were Largely Found in the Number of Celebrants. 4 Rome, February 22. In al large -cities throughout Italy Washington's birthday was celebrated today, al though the day had not been appointed a legal holiday by the government. A movement has been started by the Milan Peace society, supported by the peace, societies of other Italian cities, i(f Induce the government to set aside Washington's birthday as a public luliday for manifestations in favor ot universal peace. 'While the matter was pending the various peace societies succeeded in Interesting the teachers in the schools of the kingdom for the plan and al...

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. — 22 February 1906

ALHUQUEHQDE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE TWO. THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 22, 1906. lilt EVENING CITIZEN ftbllikri Dally Weekly ky The Citizen Publishing Company I at hMlN for tranamtaatnii thraoch taa mil M aarond elaaa aiattar. Official Paper of Bernalillo County and City of Albuquerque. AaaacaM Pmt Aftantii DlipitchM. Lirprt City and Caufity Circulation, Taa Urtttt Nnr Muko Clrculatloa. I r(ft Hortlwrd Arirnnt CircutitlM. TEHMS Of SUBSCRIPTION! Xt? by mall on jrmr la advanea- 15.00 I i7 by mail. par month. W Waakfr by aiaU. ana ar... 100 Dally by Carrier, 60c per month Tn Evkwwo Cmrm will b cMiwrd hi thr My at tha low rat of 20 will dot weak, or lor 60 awnta par month, nhm paid monthly. IdrertlilDg Rites Made Known on Application will aanfar a fTnr by notifymr tw mtvly on any non-drlim of th patwr. Afl lrtm and rvmittanrva ahould b addrmwd to Taa Qtim rtmuKHiNO Company. DrafU. eharka. aoatoffira and prm money ordera laat ba Biada payabla to th erdar of the aampany. OU TIllfMOHIl! Automatic 183 Co...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 February 1906

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1906. ALflUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN PACK THRCK. COLONISTS AND APACHES WAR OvcrWatcrRightsofTuIarosa. Legal Battle Being Waged. ATTORNEY MEDLER FOK INDIANS Assistant United Stales Attorney B. L. Medler left last night for Alamo Kurd where ho goes to represent the government's charges, the Mesealero Apache Indians. In the now famous Tularosa water right, case, In which he taking of testimony will be re sumed tomorrow morning. This case has now become one of territorial im lortanoe. Inasmuch as a feud, extend ing over a period of ten years, has resulted from the litigation, in which at least eight persons have lost their iives. Origin of Trouble. In reality, the trouble over the Tularosu water rights extends us far back as the year 1858. In this year a number of the .Mexican Inhabitants of the Rio Grande, valley attempted to settle on the fertile and easily irri gable lands in and around the town site of Tularosa, but were driven oft by the Indians. In 18G0 they r...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 February 1906

T ALHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE FOUR. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1906. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Daily and WeeMy By The Citizen Publishing Company W. 8. STRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Manager 00XXOXX0000000XC000XXXXX5 ' An Antedate Foaradl ' Foi' Erie of Cobra x-x-x Ufte Garfield Case Th Globe-Democrat thinks t hut by H'omlnr; to raver Aho meat trust, Commissioner Garfield lot t tit- raver the ;.ub!ic and that ! now coming nro.-.u I to the kIiIo of ihe people, bo ha.1 forfeited the favor of the packers; and the paper adds that the commissioner will have to fall back upon the old plan of carrying water on both shoulders. The Citizen begs to dissent. It Is doubt Till If Gar field over recovers from the humiliation he brought upon the countty and the ruin he brought down upon himself. I "When his report of the Invest Igntion of the packing com panies, with which no had been charged, was made -public, t..e leeling of the whole country was that of con tempt for the m...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 February 1906

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1906. ALHUQUEltOUE EVENING CITIZEN LEGAL POINT RAISED AS . TO CONLEY'S EXECUTION Some Say Cannot be Hanged Legally on Sunday, But the Law on the Subject Explodes This Contention-Opinion of Local Attorney. pace rive. ? i In .computing time, the first day shali be excluded and the 4 last included, unless the last day falls on Sunday, In which case 4 the time prescribed shall be ex- i tended so as to Include the whole t of the following Monday. Sub- i Section 7, Section 2,900, Compi'ed 4 Laws of New Mexico, 4 4 i f li 41 M M U H Will John Conley, convicted mur derer, hang the day his reprieve ex pires, or will a technicality of the law wave him for a day? This question Is agitating legal cir cles and la lin? made the last chance, and the most of, by Conley's friends. .Execution on Sunday. According to the. ten, days' reprieve granted Conley by ' Governor Hager man, the day of the execution will fal( on Sunday. Conley's friends try to make It nppear that this woul...

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. — 22 February 1906

ALKUQUKKQUE EVEttlXO CITIZEN. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1906. . REV. DP,, BEATTIE AND FAMILY -WHO WERE MOBBED IN CANTON Economy Way' CALIFORNIA 3 -t - EDS You do notsacrlficc com fort for economy when you go in a Santa Fe Tourist Pullman. mum SCRAP The Latest Magazine The Qreatest Magazine V ALL THE WHY ; ,v PACE SIX. i .... wmm ., w - mm I i i v.-.':.' izrrvrs San Francisco, Ffl. 22. This is itie first publisher! picture of Rev. lr. Heattie and family vt the American Presbyterian mission who were mobbed and whose house was looted February 3 by a band of armed Chinese that lound the missionarli g and escaped with clothing, silver and other per sonal property, amounting to f l.()t0 in value. His residence, on Fatl, is ad jacent to other foreign mission houses, and Just across the river from the viceroy's" palace In Canton City. Fatl (Flower Garden) Is the daily resort of thousands of Chinese sightseers, and fne daring of the robbers was shown Vv,.a.'w GOVERNMENT IS RUSHING TROOPS TO PHI...

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. — 22 February 1906

niwiiamniiiMi Thursday, February 22, 1906. AUiUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN. Gist m Naif In order to make room for our Spring stock of Draperies we will cut prices in half on all odd Lace Curtains and Portieres. Some very pretty pattern?, two pair alike. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY J. D. EMMONS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE. Cor. Coal Ave. and Second St. Bath Phones. West End of Viaduct. RAILROAD TOPICS Ben Downs, a well known railroad man of Wlnslow, is spending a few days In Albuquerque. Mr. Downs piloted the Gates spec In l In from Vlnslow on Saturday. C. A. Tillotson has quit the tele graph service of the Santa Fe and is now holding down a desk In the West ern Union office. Mr. Tillotson came to New Mexico from Montreal, Can ada. Claude SchrotC who learned the machinists' trade ai the local shops, has left the service of the Santa Ke, and expects to leave March 1 for Buf falo, N. Y., where he expects to re side permanently. Train No. 1 from the east, arrived in Albuquerque last e...

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. — 22 February 1906

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1906. , PAGE EIGHT. k WOMEN'S COMFORT SHOES Soft Kid uppers, low heels, flexl ble soles, light weight. They make your feet feel at home from the beainnlng, look neat and wear well. Toe Slippers $1.10 to $1.50 Strap Sandals... $1.25, $1.50 $1.75 Julietes, plain or tipped, ' $1.35 Julietes, Rubber Heels $1.75 Lace Shoes, plain toes $1.50, $1.65, $2.25 Congress or Button Shoes, $2.50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL DAY AND WEATHER. anil anil lo the Injr. hp exported 1o continue won Mr llcr4nr tw, U imlniT tl -.UrO" Mr llnrlr' r.meelH to In' nellt from th territory four months will take In Germany. France Sweden, while iilironcl. Mr .Inm.-n li. f'rcllln. rt former renldent of (his city, Iml now nnln.l In L1! ViUl It rriviMl from f!l( III IUI "-. .I south this morntnp. ami will "l'" some time visiting friends here, b ie hits many friends here who will I' Klad to see liT acain. Nothing has lieen heard oi ifuw the h1 irk fortcr who. on the forged signature of hl wife, secured hcv...

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. — 23 February 1906

ti VOLUME 120 ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO, KM DAY EVENING. FEBRUARY lil, ll)0(J. NUMBER 102 NATION MAY BE CAUGHT NAPPING If Japan is Backing China in Her Trouble With This Country. OUR PACIFIC SQUADRON Ii J01IANN HOCH v HANGS AT LAST OF COURSE HEPBURN RATE BILL REPORTED A NEGRO MAN RUNS AMUCK After Most Remarkable Legal Contest in His tory of Crime. Senate Committee Orders Cuts Two Persons in To- Bill Favorably Report peka With Results Probably Fatal. ed This Afternoon. 1; "" ' 4"rf It) I- Not Large Enough to Furnish Japan Single Mouthful of Resistance. PACIFIC COAST IS DEFENSELESS Washington, D. C., Feb. 23. The . alarming conditions In China have Awakened the government officials, lit tC rather late date, to the totally in adequate preparations for trouble in the far east. In case the difficulty la confined to our dispute with China, the navy and army will have little difficulty in dealing with It. But that complica tions of a more serious character are threatened is amply proved by t...

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. — 23 February 1906

rAGE TWO. AL1SUQUE11QUE EVENING CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. lilt EVENING CITIZEN rklHkt Dally sea Weekly T The Citizen Publishing Company Paatrattoa tat InnnMm throat a Um aaila aa aona elaaa aiauar. LABEL Official Paper of llernalillo County and City of Albuquerque. Fran ftftereoa Dlipatcliea. larptt City intf Cornttj Clrtulitioo, TIm larratl Hn Mule Circulatlm, larevat Northern Artrena Clrrulatloa. TEAMS of subscription: Ifettr kv mafl, rear in Mnnc..,... W.w Ily hf mail. per month ...... M SVaaalr by U. on rear too Dally by Carrier, 60c per month Tn KmnM Cmim will he dalrm-ed hi the Hy at Um low rate of 20 cants iw weak, or for to arita par asonth. whfn nairi monthly, JUtrertUliij Rates Hade Known on Application 8atiiWm will eenfer a fame br notifying ua aawmliaf ly on any non-deliTerr of the paper. AO liitain a and remlttanrea ahotild ba addreaaed to Taia Cttium Pvrmkhino Compakt. Drafta. rherke. poatnffic and eapreee money order aauat aa aaada payabla to tha ardar of the...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 23 February 1906

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN AO THurr FINEST BUILDING OF KIND IN WORLD Uncle Sam's Costly Toa! I iousc Has Almost Reached Completion. STRUCTURE IS FIREPROOF Reduce Tobacco Acreage-Target Practice-Heavy Weight Championship. A A A A A New York, Feb. 23. Uncle Sara s 23,000,000 custom houRP, overlooking New York harbor, will soon be com pleted . In this granite palace of the Italian renaissance, lavishly carved awd embellished by sculptor, artist and architect, national tolls of some thing like $2,000,000 a year will be collected on American commerce. "Tbe finest carved granite building In the world," was the verdict of an emi nent French architect after he had critically Inspected the Imposing fa cades, stretching nearly 200 feet along Howling Green, and running 280 feet In depth. The exterior walls are built of massive granite block backed by sev eral feet of brick work and two Inches of fireproof terra cotta. making a wall nine feet thick. In the center of ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 23 February 1906

o ALHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAGE FOUR. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Published Dally and Weekly By The Citizen Publishing Company W. 8. 8TRICKLER President W. T. McCREIGHT Business Manager People Don't Rule It is interesting to consider 1he constitutional theory ot our fioyernment. It l that functions of Rovern nimt on be divided Into three almost Iiulepndettt de partments the executive, legislative and judicial. This Idea at the time it was adopted, had never been worked out in practice, but was a thixiry originated by a French philosopher. 'After the practical experience of a century md a quarter we find our three divisions of government In something of a tangle. It is the president who lake he Initiative in legislation, and 4t has become more and more the function of congress to obstruct legislation. If possesses It and is a valuable asset In the bargain, con nvthinir rots bv congress, such as an income tax law, ttisldered purely from a selfish point of vie...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 23 February 1906

ALHUQUEKOUK EVENING CITIZEN FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1906. PACE FIVE. SOLDIERS BEING RUSHED ABROAD Coming Through Albuquer que in Large Numbers China the Destination. UNCLE SAM GETS READY FOR WAR Koixms have been almost daily published In The Evening Citizen, relative to the serious condition of affairs in China, and the possibility f an early outbreak of war lu the Cele-Ktial Empire. Residents of Al buquerque are belnj; privileged to nee with their own even the rush of United States troops to Asiatic waters, as they have begun passing throufih the Puke City. Yesterday companies C and 1) of the Eighth Infantry, from the Colum bus, Ohio, barracks, passed through the city on a special train, Ixiund for the Philippine Islands. Today several more companies of the same regiment were rushed on to San Francisco, and the Third I'nlted States cavalry will follow close on the Eighth's heels. These soldiers are Instructed to re lieve the Twelth Infantry and the Fourth Cavalry. This does not Infer ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 23 February 1906

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 23. 1906. PAGE SIX. NEW MEXICO'S RESOURCES ARE USUALLY UNDERESTIMATED A BATTLE ROYAL Economy Way CALIFORNIA ALHUQUEKQUE KVEftlNO CITIZEN. "Commercial Clubs Do Not Exaggerate Historian George B. Anderson, in interesting Interview. Says George P. Anders-n. who during the Vast year has hecn engaged In compil ing data- for (lie forthcoming History of New Mexico, lias returned to Al buquerque after about seven months continuous travel through the terri tory. In an Interview with a repre sentative of The Evening Citizen to day. Mr. Anderson expressed himself o. it.rhi. irreailv surnrlsed at he Industrial and eommerrial of the territ ry generally. i "For some time," said he "I had heen prt pared for an unspoken criti cism of published exaggerations re garding the natural resources of and opportunities offered ly the various communities of the territory. You know that the rule is that about, nine out of evtry ton local promotion and publicity associations in the country, es...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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