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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 12 August 1905

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1905. PAGE NINE. oldn RmI Company I Remember This Store Closes From 12:30 to 2t30 P. M. In Order to Give Oar Employes a Rest During the Hot Weather mm at TmwiiPT&T Dry Goods (7 THE man In the picture is called "The King of Tempters," but his temptations are small indeed when compared to tempting bargains which we will offer here during this great sale. The BIG SALES of this store are eagerly vvatcheel for and eagerly waited for by our buying public. You know that these sales mean bargains not every day bargains, confined to only a few stocks, but a whole store's merchandise, primely cut, and prices reduced to such an extent that every stock beckons you with a host of TEMPTING OFFERINGS, If this store is not thronged to the doors during the ten days of this sale, it will be" through no fault of ours, for we have made it worth your while in the economy of the occasion. It will pay you to read the offerings, and then buy, and, above...

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. — 12 August 1905

SATURDAY, AUGUST 12, 1905. PAGE TEN. ALUUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN. Price Redaction on SHOES We want to close out every pair of lummir shoes during the next ten days. In order to open the fall season with a perfectly new stock. There are still week and week of hot weather ahead of us, and tt wilt pay you to Invest In a pair of light, cool shoes, especially at the price we are offering them. Men's Canvas Shoes, $1.85, reduced to tl-40 Men's Satin Calf, $1.75, reduced to $1-35 Men's Colt Skin Shoes, $2.50, reduced to $2.00 Men's Box Calf Shoes, $3.00, reduced to $2.50 Men's Oxfords. $2.50, reduced to $15 Men's Oxfords, $3.25, reduced to $2.65 Women's Oxfords, $1.85, reduced to $1-45 Women's Oxfords. $2.50, reduced to $1-95 Women's Oxfords, $3.00, reduced to $2.40 Women's Shoes, $2.50, reduced to $2.00 Women's Shoes, $2.75, reduced to .....$2.25 DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. Are those that hare stood the test of practical experience. In this res pect the groceries -we sell are above even the...

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. — 14 August 1905

MUKAUY OF 0MiHI'.3 ALBUaUERaUE EVENING CITIZEN, VOLUME 19 ALHUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 14, 1905. NUMBER 210 PATERSON REMARKABLE CAREER OF MAYOR BELCHER, WHO WAS A RE FORMER IN OFFICIAL LIFE, AND IN BUSINESS A HEARTLESS SWINDLER. Paterson, N. J., Aug. 14. The most unfortunate city In the world Is Pat erson, Passaic county, New Jersey. It has been the scene of some of the most terrible calamities, visitations of flood and flame, Ignominy of lawless ness and scourged by crime, and Just now it is in the throes of a political and financial eruption through the un masking of its chief magistrate, who turns out to be a modern Dr. Jekyl and Mr. Hyde. William' II. Belcher, who up to ten days ago was mayor of this city, but who decamped with between $0,0(K) and 25,Oio of other peoples' money, has been located at Stockton, Cal., and Prosecutor Emley of Passaic county, has started the sheriff to California to bring Belcher, who Is now branded as a forger and fugitive from Jus...

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. — 14 August 1905

AIJIUQUEKQUK KVKNING CITIZEN MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. PAGE TWO FLITS FROM ONE GAY CAPITAL TO ANOTHER PERHAPS TH AT'9 WHY KING CHARLES OF ROUMANIA CALLS THE CROWN PRINCES9 HIS "TOPAZ-THROATED HUMMING BIRD. HER MOTHER WAS A GRAND DUCHESS OF RUSSIA. Special Correspondence, f London, Auk. 14. Princess Mario, , the fllchty young crown princess of Kounianla, has annln nscapml from j the Irksome round of roynl duties in Bucharest, and is paying a scries of ; visits to her Kuropean relatives. She Is now at Buckincham palace, tho ! guest of her uncle. King J-Mward. Princess Mario, 2it, is known ns the ; rnost lneorrlRable royal flits in Kurojio. Bhe is of a very vlvnclous tempera- ' nient, which she inherits from her I mother, the Orand Duchess Marie of , of Russia, and she Is the handsomest . tnemherof the Kuropean royal family., Khe was married at IS to the crown price of Rntimania. She ha9 served ts the prototype of many princesses' drawn by authors in the "Princess of Eenda" style of nov...

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. — 14 August 1905

MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. Ar.HUUURHQUK EVKN1NO CITIZEN. PAGE THREE ikmpw rrsTr rarhgE TTTCKfc TOE1 MEMSPA IPSRS OF. A LBfUJQQJlERQQJE M. That's what's helping to make our City the LARGEST and BEST in the Southwest PpDntylhil" everV citizen should buy one or more Rood residence lots in the EASTERN IrUglnla. UJU)XM9 ADDITION--HIGHLANDS, while they are cheaD and .nlri n easy terms. SWO - S150 - S200 per Lot- SlO Down. SI oer Week. Gail t nnfSH S L?"- " w wanww uiiu vv c win LdrvtJ si you over the ground. hi Xgs gir.asy a;rT'r itijar jusaai BaBagagiaM " 1 1111 " " iiiiim. ihiiiii is,. 11 1 - i T ITfts -" -g Hfc, 0tff-Zr ' i - i i I ill " 1 1 W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. "'flaps "uwriar M, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mar. t m. A Th? Globe-Werniche Elastic Sectional Book Case Is the standard of excellency in book cases. They are the orig inators of the unit system in book cases. We have the exclusive agency of this world-famous line, and have just received a com plete l...

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. — 14 August 1905

ALBUQUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FOUR MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN ' By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Dally and Weekly W. 8. 8TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business Manager cuirris coiiiisponi)Iincii It cannot he denied that the letters on New Mexico, imbllshed by William E. Curtis In the Chicago Record Herald, are much to he regretted. They have damaged Mr. Curtis In his reputation as a reputable newspaper correspondent, for those who know New Mexico as It really Is, and who have read the letters of Mr. Curtis, could now no more beileve him under oath. He has ahown his statements to be totally unreliable, and to all appearances, Intentionally so. But the matter of greatest regret Is that his letters tiave greatly damaged this territory. In that particular, Senator Beveridge nor even the man Davis, whose orig inal slanders of this land ani Its people have so often been reported neither of these can stand at the head of the Class, since this man C...

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. — 14 August 1905

ALBUQUEIiQUE EVENING CITIZEN. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908. PAGE FIVfc QHHHtf HHHHHHHHHHVHHHIXHHHHH flHHnHBHBBHHH AH 11)3 tinman aflHEl JSttej s JM Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. I r Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during W August. 77 27G STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during Auaust. M G R E A T TESVIPTATION n " CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK Pay Day Bargains . Pay Day Bargains W Hw n X H n n n H It 0 H H U H ft 0 H H n n n n n n n DRESS GOODS 20 pieces of Good Brllliantine, 50 Inches wide; In black, navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal and green; would be cheap at 75c a yard. Special Price, per yard 59c 2.000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per yard Qq 25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on Sale at 25C MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS 3,000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem nants, 3 yards to 12 yards in each piece, all worth 1 2 1 '2 c a yard; for this sale, per yard 7 he 2,000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price, per yard Qq 200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27 inches wide, ...

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. — 14 August 1905

AL,HUflUKKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE X MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. Curtain Swisses Yard wide, Whit Curtain Swisses, with dots, spots or flgurea special this week, Th WOMIST Silkolines Figured 8ilkollnes, full yard wide, pretty colorings and designs; alo plain colors; special this week Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store EXCELLENT OFFERINGS IN LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES AND DRAPERIES ECO HOUSECLEANINO time will soon be here again. Of course, in Albuquerque where there's always such a great stir in real estate it means housecleaning every day in the week. But it is the quarterly housecleaning time to which we are referring. "lis the cleaning of your home from attic to cellar What pleasant (?) anticipations for the careful housekeeper! There is the parlor needs new curtains and the library a change of hangings. The diningroom, too, could be greatly improved by a pair of new curtains and the bedroom will look more cheerful with new draperies. Now, we want to help you if you wil...

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. — 14 August 1905

PARE SEVEN. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. SHE FIGURES IN COTTON STATISTICS SCANDAL Washington, Bertha Hurrh, known as the D. C, Aus. 14. Mrs. who la routing to be "woman In the case," statistic scandal, will of the cotton be one of the most important witness es before the grand jury now Investi gating flint matter. She artod as con fidential secretary to John Hyde, head of the bureau, and the position paid so well that she acquired a house in Tacotna Park, and was able to travel and live in great comfort. The law p.ovides no such position as private secretary to the chief stat istician, but Mrs. Hurch was carried In the official register as a "com- piler." The investigations made by ' secret service anents developed the fact that Mrs. P.urch was a !xrrower of considerable sums, on her note, , from Mr. Hyde, and that Mr. Holmes, the disgraced assistant statistician, indorsed the notes. Mrs. Burch was WOMAN AN London, Aug. H. Miss Clauden - i fV I... . V car, i...

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. — 14 August 1905

ALBUOURHOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE EIGHT. MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1905. We want to cIom out every pair of summer shoes during the next ten days, In order to open the fall season with a perfectly new stock. There are still weeks and weeks of hot weather ahead of us, and It will pay you to Invest In a pair of light, cool shoes, especially at the price we are offering them. Men's Canvas Shoes, $1.85, reduced to $1-40 Men's Satin Calf, $1.75, reduced to $1-35 Men's Colt Skin Shoes, $2.50, reduced to $2.00 Men's' Box Calf Shoes, $3.00, reduced to $2.50 Men's Oxfords, $2.50, reduced to $1-85 Men's Oxfords, $3.25, reduced to $2.65 Women's Oxfords, $1.85, reduced to $1.45 Women's Oxfords, $2.50, reduced to $1.95 Women's Oxfords, $3.00, reduced to $2.40 Women's Shoes, $2.50, reduced to , $2.00 Women's Shoes, $2.75, reduced to $2.25 HAS A GREAT REPUTATION. The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi pally, like the Father of His Country, fta a reputation second to none, and you know, .If you've tried it, th...

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. — 15 August 1905

ur.it uv oi-' roxr.nrcsw AJLBUailERaUE EVENING CITIZEN VOLUME 19 A L1JUQUEUQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING. AUGUST 15. 1005. XUMUfilt 1212 PEACE CONFERENCE COVERS MORE GROUND Article Four is Accepted and Article Five is Not Agreed on But Reserved For Future Consideration. HARNESSING SIERRA STREAMS-VAST DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY SOLVING PROBLEM OF CHEAPER POWER ON THE PACIFIC COAST DISCIPLES OF GREAT AMERICAN BIRD NOW ARTICLE THREE STATED Japanese Drive in Outposts in Manchuria and the Navy Is Active in Tartary Straits and Along Coast of Sakhalin. RUSSIA READY TO RbNEW WAR AND PLAY LAST CARD Portsmouth. Aug. 1.". At the morn ing session of the peace conference to day, consideration of articles four, which relates to the l.iao Tang penin sula and the surrender of the Russian leases, was begun. As the cession of Sakhalin is the fifth article, the nat ural deduction would he that today would witness the collision and possi bly the deadlock. Hut tt appeared more likely that the q...

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. — 15 August 1905

ATJIUQUEUQUE KVKNINO C1T17KN PAGE TWO TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. MOUNTAIN LOVER CLAIMS HEROIC SOUTHERN MAID FROM HER REWARD NANNIE GIBSON, AGED 15. BRAVE LY SAVES PASSENGER TRAIN FROM AWFUL DOOM AND WHEN OF FERED HIGH EDUCATION. HE R FEARFUL LOVER CARRIES HER OFF AND MARRIES HER TO PRE VENT HER "GROWING UP A LADY." li 1 V ? r v 1 Asheville, N. C Aug. 13. Little Nannie Gibson, a 13-year-old mountain girl, saved a whole train load of peo ple from being dashed down the moun tain side in front of her home. In reroenit on of tnis Heroic aci the Southern railroad promised a. rolleee education. Her nmu.uaineei i ner uy ter down the track to guard against the remote possibility of a wieck from that direction. She chose the post of danger, running with all her might to meet t lie coming train. When it drew into siglit, she finally signaled the en gineer to stop. Ho hesitated, but her I earnestness was so great that he re- nnzeil a uisasu r w as imminent. i ne i air brakes were applied, and the ...

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. — 15 August 1905

V TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. AlVHUQUEliOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE THRES niii- u ikii uit nil in ijir . v $&U Ad UszaLMmJ Uam U U. Vis' Lav 3gTo ciUogi lonsies pit ILnooaLlL cmo.eLirjr'oILgs That's what's helping to make our City the LARGEST and BEST in the Southwest 3! flight easy terms. you over the 7 r----.--7:f-- v:if - ! -A ' tr-r-r ' r Successor to W. V. Futrelle. GOVERNMENT'S HAND IN THE BIG STRIKE Attorney General Moody Is Investigating Telegraphers' Strike On Great Northern MAY SETTLE BY ARBITRATION Attorney General Moody has de termined to investigate the extent to which the government's business Is interfered with by the strike of teleg raphers on the Great Northern and Northern Pacific systems. He has sent the following telegram to the United Staten district attorneys at Madison, Milwaukee, Fargo, Helena, Boise, Spokane, Seattle and Portland: "I am Informed that for several days the transmission of Interstate, foreign and government messages over the Western Union lines w...

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. — 15 August 1905

ALltUQUEKOUK EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Daily and Weekly W. 8. 8TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President nuslness Manager NATumis owrs . provision Denver has many shade trwa badly affected with rale. Spraying has been found advantageous, but it i xponslvo and laborious. The Denver Republican says that Is has boon found that the lady bug Is the enemy and antidote of the scale. All you have to do Is to turn her lotwu in sufficient numbers on the trees and she will do the rest. Hence, the Republican urges that no one shall kill a lady bus, rather encourage her to multiply her race. The fact has become pretty well established that nearly, if not all dost motive Insects are preyed upon by other Insects which are not destructive to anything except the particular Insect on which they prey. And the agri cultural world is now engaged in seeking and finding the particular enemy of each of the many different ...

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. — 15 August 1905

TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FIVt n H A tt 0 H H H H n M 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 !M Qolden Rule Dry Goods Co. Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during August, GREAT THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Store Close 12:30 to 2:30 during August. Pay Day Bargains T E Rfl P T A T i O N SALE CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK Pay Day Bargains DRESS GOODS 20 pieces of Good Brilliantine, 50 inches wide; in black, navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal and green; would be cheap at 75c a yard. Special Price, per yacd 59c 2.000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per yard 3q 25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on Sale at 25C MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS 3,000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem nants, 3 yards to 12 yards In each piece, all worth 2'c a yard; for this sale, per yard ' 7 he 2,000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price, per yard Qq 200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27 inches s'ie, good quality, per yard 3c NEW OUTING FLANNELS 500 pieces New Outing ...

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. — 15 August 1905

PAQE IX ALHU1UKHQUE EVENING CITIZEN. TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. yJJHlv Curtain Swisses X Yard wide, White Curtain Swissci, ThEOMOMIST Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Easiest Store Silkolines jSEv Figured Silkollnea, full yard wide, pretty colorings and designs; a!o r3 JTZs. plain colors; special this week tl I X Vj EXCELLENT OFFERINGS IN LACE CURTAINS, PORTIERES AND DRAPERIES Tapestries Reduced Those rich tapestries so appropriate for portieres or furniture coverings 50 inch widecome In all the new colorings and designs at greatly re duced prices for this week. 50c grade at 39 $1.00 grado at 79 $1.25 grade at 9Sef $1.60 grade at 110 $2.00 grade at 158 Japanese Crepes Beautiful Jap -repes for draperies in large var iety of colorings and designs the loveliest things imaginable 25c to 35c values priced this week, per yard 15 o. 'OUSECLEANING time will soon be here again. Of course, in Albuquerque where there'a always such a great stir in real estate it means housecleaning every day i...

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. — 15 August 1905

TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN. A TRIP TO RAIfJIERS SUMMIT Ml t,v ...-.J. u BY NAN BYXBFF (Article One) Newspaper Enterprise Association. Seattle. Wash.. Aug. 15 On July 16, shortly after the noon hour, the greatest caravan of mountain climb ers ever organized, left the railroad terminal of Ashford, Washington, and set out on foot through the woods in a drizzling rain upon a fourteen nille tramp to a temporary camp at Lonmire Springs, at the base of Mt Rainier, the most difficult mountain in the United States to climb. Ten days later, on July 28, at -07 P. in the last of those of the column who had held out through all the hard preliminary climbs and endurance tests, and who had successfully made the final climb, set triumphant foot upon the crest of the great white Peak, above sea level, and 98 names were roclstcroii in ..... A GROUP OF FAIR CUMBERS LOOKING UP AT RAINIER'S CREST. SVllZ J"."' tho 'climber, through the to 50, under military discipline...

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. — 15 August 1905

ALBUOUEttOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE EIGHT. TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905. 314 WEST RAILROAD AYE You Save Money By taking advantage of our closing out tale of Oxfords and broken lines of Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes. Remember, they are new, up to date goods, neither soiled nor shopworn, and guaranteed to give satisfaction. Women's Oxfords . . $1.85 to $3.50 Reduced to ... . 1.45 to 2.85 Women's Shoes . . . 2.00 to 3.50 Reduced to ... . 1.85 to 2.90 Men's Shoes Reduced to 1.75 to 1.00 UOto 3.00 DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. Are those that have stood the test of practical experience. In this res pect the groceries we sell are above even the breath of suspicion. No band that Is at all questionable In quality can find a place In our store. Patrons favoring us with their orders can depend on us absolutely for turn lushing the best In quality, the beat In Savor and the best In nutrition. F. F. TROTTER Nos. 118 and 120 Souta Second St. MAS A GREAT REPUTATION. The Clarkvllle coal we eell princi p...

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. — 16 August 1905

AJLBUaUERaUE EVENING CITIZEN VOLUME 19 ALBUQUERQUE." NEW MEXICO, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, 1905. NUMB EH 213 TWO GRAND NATIONAL COMMERCIAL CONGRESSES WHIP BEHIND! PEACE CONFERENCE IS PROGRESSING FINELY Article Seven Was Considered Today and Condition ally Agreed on, Being Surrender of Chinese Eastern Railroad Assembled Today-Reciprocity Conference at Chicago and the Congress GREAT GOOD EXPECTED Each is Largely Attended and Subjects Discussed Those Most Vital to Commercial Interests of Country, Home and Abroad. SOME OF THE ABLEST MEN OF Portland, Ore., Aug. 16. The six teenth annual session of the Trans Mississippi Commercial congress was opened here today with nearly 1,000 delegates in attendance. Theodore B. Wilcox of this city, the president of the congiess, called the meeting to order, and after welcoming the dele gates delivered his annual address. He called special attention to the im portance of this congress, in view of the building of the trans-Isthmian canal, and the es...

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. — 16 August 1905

WEDNESDAY, AUG. 18, 1905. PAGE TWO A LHUQUTCKQUE KV FINING CITIZEN DOWN IN TEXAS MELONS SIMPLY GROW C A S I 1 1 0 WITH PLENTY OF WATER. FRUIT REQUIRES LITTLE CULTIVATION LARGE AND EARLY MELONS THAT COMMAND A BIO PRICE FIVE MILLION SHIPPED OUT O F THE STATE THIS YEAR. 7.r .1 si 1 tv v. to if ' ,f if v L i V 1 El Paso, Texas, Auk. 16. Tho (lis WATEUMELON EATING CONTEST AT A TEXAS FAIR. -,f i. ir thn firsi of Aiinust. When nrobably fifty or th corery of the underlying . strata of arteBian water under the vast plains of southwest Texas has opened up to the world the finest watermelon coun try on earth, in which the fruit grows practically without cultivation. This year the first car of melons was shipped- from Falfurrias. Texas. there sold to Colorado nino fur isoii. which shows the fancy prices which will he paid for the very earliest melons. The first on the market sell readily for f:om seventy-five cents to $1 each in the neighborhood in which they are rais ed. As a. consequence the ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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