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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 14 September 1905

THURSDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1905. ru,.r jp K!.,!:!i3r airsar ig.'uy yaw mg;!!!Ba-;g;ar romr r- cyiri;am irs-TTTpfc ,r-'r'w -ra, r-, w"".v r.-"--- iirv There will be some Big Real Estate Sales made between now and Spring Alfctqteiqte Always Booms m the Winter PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST a&rsar nufe&ast nggmer rssay "Vi'z uup" 'n TBW tfggE3ls rfffiifaTK Railroad R. M. Spivey, of Topeka, inspector i for the Harvey System, was an arrival' from the east last night President B. L. Winchell, of the Rock Island, has arrived iu .New York j from his European tour. o i i " r," ii7i,,:, .' Special Officer Ben Wi mm, of he Santa re, arrived in the city last . night from La Junta to attend to om-, uui"co. R. J. Arey, of 'the Santa Fe en-j eineerintr dei.aitment. with headauar-iof ters at Williams, spent the day in t'ne'nien but the work must be accom clty, arriving from the west this ' -pHshed. . morning. General Manager Wells today per- . i sonally notified General Foreman Buz- This morning's trai...

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 September 1905

PAGE FOUR ALUUQUEHOUK EVENING CITIS4EN. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company ' Published Dally and Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIQHT rrenldent Business" Manager COLOttACiO IS I'lUST According to the Hcct Sugi.- Caze'te, the lending putiliCHiH.n of the United States dov a-.-.l to M-. beet sim ar Industry, says Colorado Spring Telegraph, Colorado l as, d-irlnt? the past f w weeks, acquired a new i .uim to di.'-tina'on. Tlio last year taw Colorado the 'cad ' 1H Induction of suar boots, the quantity of Its output In tula branch of agriculture passing all rival sections. Through the addition of three factories this year, how ever, the state now can claim pre-eminence in slicing capacity as well, the possibilities of the mills now being greater than those of the mills of Michigan. According to the Journal referred to, Colorado has this year planted to beets '.hi.ooii acres of ground. This acreage, it Is estimated, will yield ftTiUW" long...

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 September 1905

ALHUQUEHQUECEVKNINO CITIZEN. page nvt MAMMOTH DISPLAY FROM LUMBER MILLS FIRST BALL GAME MONDAY AFTERNOON THE MARKETS STOCK - MONET METAL WOOL THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 19$5. Will be One ol the Chief Features of Thursday's Big Trades Parade. 1$ GROWING FROM DAY TO DAY The Mk trades parade on Thursday of next week, Alliuimrqii clay, prom ises to be the most elaborate thing of Its kind ever attempted In the west. The latest entry and probably the greatest one Is the American Lumber company. Manager S. C. Jackson of the company, is authority for the statement that the mil is will be rep resented In the parade by several hun dred employes and a number of large floats representing the products of the mill. The display, which will he a feature of the parade, will give to visitors pome Idea of what a great Institution the plant of the company is. The del egation from the mills will he so large that it will take up an entire division of the parade. Mounted on huge floats drawn by teams of eight, t...

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 September 1905

AL.HU 3UKHQUK KVKXING CITIZEN. ' PAQK IX THURSDAY, 8EPT. 14, 1905. INFANT CUBA TO 'GROAN UNDER DEBTS HEAVY LOANS AND HIGH TAX RATES WILL BE THE CAUSE OF THE REVOLUTION THAT IS BREWING THE SO-CALLED "AR MY OF LIBERATION" MUST BE PAID A BONDCD DEBT OF ONE - HUNDRED MILLIONS ON THE SHOULDERS OF 800,000 PEOPLE. Havana, Sept. 14. Is revolution Im minent in Culia with the next election for the presidency? It seems to be, If the present unrest, only a few Ink lings of which have reached the Unit ed States, are to ie considered seri ously. The friction between the ad ministration and the antl-administr, lion parties seems very near a vio lent climax. Cuba's former "liberating army," which was wandering about under arms when the Americans drove out the Spaniards. Is the cause of the trouble. This army, whatever its real numbers may have been, Is regarded as the balance of power. Both sides want to have its support. It Is cbaiged to favor these soldiers, the administration Is saddling the Isl...

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 September 1905

ALBUQUEKQUE E VEXING CITIZEN. THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1905. PACE SEVEN. WHY RUSSIAN FARMERS IN KANSAS FLOPPED TO THE REPUBLICANS Evening Citizen Wants! AMUSEMENTS tOn Cen Per Word for Each tnorHon To lour prefer ctlflctlwi tdt lor this clioia mint h Ii the office before J o'clnk p. n. Ado phoBe4 receive the hk carclal itlciitoi that It ftveo to idi kroogkt lo eNkc. CASINO FREE CASINO PRESIDENT'S ANTI-RACE SUICIDt DOCTRINE SEEMS TO HAVE MADE A HIT SEVERE LIFE OF EMIGRANTS FROM THE STEP PES FARMING A SERIOUS PROPOSITION POOR HOMES, BUT WELL SUPPORTED SCHOOL AND CHURCHES. Hays, Kan., Sept. 14. This county, Ellis, mig.it well be called "Little Russia." Throe-fourths of It 12,1)00 Inhabitants are Russians and the (arm lite is almost the same as that on the steppes. There la one difference. He.e the people are prosperous; In Kussla they have a continuous strug gle for existence. In driving through Ellis county one is not led to believe the people are pros;. irons from what he sees in the way ...

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 September 1905

THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1905. PAGE E.ICH1. AXUUOUEROUE KVKNING CITIZEN. D a Dr. Edison Cushion Shoe for Women ' $2.50 Thls shoe Is made with a live, wool felt, cushion Insole, which absorbs moisture, prevents dampness, In creases blood circulation and forms a soft place for the foot to rest upon. This takes the Jar off the body, there by preventing nervousness, and doing away with that tired, burning feeling. Made with an ext:a flexible sole, and q the felt lining is a non-conductor of heat or cold, can be worn the year round, which makes It an Ideal shoe for teachers, clerks, and others wlio are on their feet most of the time. 0-00D0--0'-000'0 000000-O'Ci'0O oooooooooocooc THE WOMAN BEHIND THE POCKETBOOK. Is the customer we appeal to. To be sure, she wafts the hest cr'vory sta ples and table luxuries, but alio wants no overcharging for that "best" We're not a bit afraid of her, for the sim ple reason that our prices can't be beaten for the same quality. As a matter of convenience, we w...

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 September 1905

l.li.iiiry of Conner ALBUaUERaUE EVENING CITIZEN VOLUME 19 ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. FMDAY EVENING, SEPT EM HER IB. 1005. TEN PAGES NUM13EH 21V.) ARMISTICE IS NOW SIGNED After Nine Hours of Ne gotiation Agreement Was Reached. NEUTRAL ZONE ESTABLISHED Naval Envoys Will Meet Near Vladivostok With One Ship Each. ARMISTICE IN KOREA TO BE LATER Gunshn Pass, Manchuria, Sept. 15 General Fukishinia. representing Field Marshal Oyama, ami General Ovaniv sky, representing General Linevitch, met yesterday on the plain near Sha hotsu, and after nine consecutive hours the negotiations were signed, the arm!.-! ire to take effect September 16. It agrees to the abolition of all hos tile or Inimical acts, and establishes between the two armies a neutral zone four kilometers wide, of which Shahotsu. on the railroad, is the cen ter. Maps showing the zone are to be j distributed. i Only civilians will be allowed with- I In the territory, and communication I between the armies Is to be only by the Shahots...

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 September 1905

FRIDAY, 8EPT. 15, 1905. PAGE TWO ALHUQUEl.OUK KVKN1NG CITIZEN THE EVENING CITIZEN PablUhea Dally aas Weekly by Ifhe Citizen Publishing Company I PoatoAc for trmnsmtMkm through the Milt u MronJ clut tnftttr. 1 Official Paper of Itarnallllo Count) JUaclatMj Praaa aftfrno Dispatcher. Lar(t CHy end County Circalatic. The largest hrw Mailca Circulation. largest Nortriarn Arizona Circulation terms or SUBSCRIPTION: baft? by mail, on yr in advane..... IS. Or pally by mall, en month . I Waokly by nail, on year t kay by Carrier, 60c per month Thb Evvning Cmrjm will b dllTard in th (My at tha low rat of 20 cent par week, or for 6( ar month, whon paid monthly. llwtjslig Rites Hade Known on AppllcatioL ywbaaiftiMa will eonfar a fanar by notifrrn ut dlatoty a any noB-daiivary of tha papar. Al battara and iwnittmnroa ahotild be adriraaard t. Tn CrniaN PriaLianmo Company. Draft abacka. poatortic and nprm monay ordart aaaart ba mad payabl to tb ordar f th FINAL MEETING OF THE FAIR EXECUTIVE COMMITTE...

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 September 1905

ALKUQUKHOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE THREK it There will be some Big Real Estate Sales made between now and Soring Albuquerque Always Booms m the Winter PRICES ARE PIOW THE LOWEST FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1905. II ) N II L.tTfc rfff?niffli r'-rfc stalal mil PSfsn s 1 man r.va&r -;:emiw4 i Failroad Topics W. P. Mu;phy, for a long time chief clerk to Master Mechanic Denair at ?Ierk to Master Mechanic Denan, at Newton, Kan., has been promoted to the position of traveling accountant. W. F. Tyler, former agent of the Santa Fe at Frontenac, Kan., was in Topeka recently on his way to Col-( orado where he will accept a position with the Colorado & Wyoming Rail way company. , J. r. Stewart, assistant to W. J. Healy, freight uuditor for the banta Fe, with headquarters In Topeka, has resigned his position with that com pany and -will leave Topeka shortly for San Antonio, Texas. I It was young Charles McDonald, switchman, son of the old man in- i stead of Charles McDonald, day yard master at La J...

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 September 1905

' PAGE FOUR ALHUQUEltQUK EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Dally and Weekly W, 8. 8TRICKLER W. T. .McCREIGHT President HuslneRH Manaper TAINTIil) MONIiY AtiAIN A laat nifihfH telegram Btaied lhat Hr. Washington Gladden, of Columbus. Ohio, who originally raised the question of propriety In the church's acceptance of Rock efeller's $1(10,000 Rift to the cause of missions because the money of the oil king Is tainted with evil doing, will brinn up the aamo uueidlon at the meet ins of the foreign board now In session In Seattle. This eminent divine recently set forth his views with great force ami convincing effect. He said: "If the worst man In the world drops money Into the contribution plate when it passes him in the church we cannot and will not refuse it. It Is the spirit which prompts the offering which we hold we have a right to question. If a man who, it is generally supposed, has made his money by methods...

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 September 1905

AL13UQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1905. PAG I PI VI , TRAGIC DEATH OF FIREMAN TIBERGHEIM Sudden Lurch of Engine Renders Fatherless A Home FIREMAN CARRIED NO INSURANCE The uncertainty of railroading wa9 exemplified last night In the tragic and untimely death of Fireman John Tlbergheim, who was dashed to the ground from engine No. 125 while he and Engineer Jack Lowe were iirlng train No. 7 to Albuquerque from I,as Vegas. The accident occurred one mile east of Itinera, but Engineer lxiwe did not miss bis fireman until the sta tion of Hibera had been passed. The train was backed to where the en gineer had last seen Tlbergheim and the corpse was found lying near the track with a large hole in the skull. A marred place on the ground showed that the body had fallen from the train with great force. In speaking of the death of Tlberg heim, Engineer Ixwe said that tie last saw his fireman alive when the latter complied with a request of his to see how much water the tank con tai...

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 September 1905

PAOI IX A Ltl I U Q U E R Q U E EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1905. NEW YORK LEGISLATIVE COMMITTEE PROBING INSURANCE COMPANIES INVESTIGATING DEVIOUS METH ODS BY WHICH POLICY HOLD ERS ARE DEPRIVED OF A VOICE IN AFFAIRS NEW INSURANCE LAWS TO PROTECT THE IN VESTOR MAY BE THE OUTCOME. i New York, Sept. 15. A committee appointed by the New York legis.a ture Is holding meetings In this city to determine Just how "much " the wealthy and refined gentlemen who head the country's great insurance companies have duped the public which supports them. This is an outgrowth of the as tounding scandals in high finance which followed a quarrel among thtr officers of the Equitable Ufe Assur ance society and is the fulfillment of a public demand. The object Is to frame state laws which will compel insurance concerns to live up to the requirements of their charters. A cotorie of very respectable gen tlemen are on the racks, and the vast army of policy holdeis in all parts of the country are at last...

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 September 1905

ALHUQUKHQUK EVENING C1T1ZHN PAGE SEVEN. RED , AND GREEN ARE SWELL COLORS NANNIE HOWLING CRANE LOSES HER PARTY DRESS ELK TOOTH ROBE OF INDIAN BELLE SACRIFICED TO THE DEMAND FOR B. P. O. E. JEWELRY CHIEF OF THE CHEYENNES DE CREES PUNISHMENT FOR THE LOSS TO THE TRIBE DENVER & R I O G W A N D B ' SYSTEM "Scenic Line of the Wotld" IN MILITARY AND REDINGOTE SUITS i' .Y FRIDAY, SEPT. 15, 1905. - J , v - . , I ,-' jf;:o, I Shortett and qulckeat Una Inm Santa Fa ta Denver, Puebla and Colo rado Sprlnga, and all Colorado points. Connection at Denver and Pueblo with all llnea east and wett Time aa quick and rate a low aa by other line. PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR CARS. On all through tralna. No tlreeom delaya at any elation. f A i '; - i --: v; ? -;. k A I .;;:.$ -Cw sA-y t . ,0.. v. vv i 1 TDK I. Si t 'it j! 1 , 1 I I ' . 3 . BY CYXTHIA GREY. The Short Coat Suit. For the woman who lias roundness ana plumpness of figure this season affords something absolutely new, 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. — 15 September 1905

PACE EIGHT. ALttUUUKRQUE KVKM1NC CITIZEN. FRIDAY, EPT. 1i, WEST RAILROAD AVENUE A BETWEEN 1 - . I irr,nwn Tt-Mn Tirrxa. L"-vl - The Formal Opening of the New Globe Store will occur on Saturday, the sixteenth day of September nineteen hundred and five. Our showing will include the latest and nicest in everything for Ladies, Gentlemen and Children. The pleasure of your presence will be . greatly appreciated. O. L. Rice, Proprietor. 216 West Railroad Avenue. Come and hear the Price & Teeple Piano.

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. — 15 September 1905

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, EPT. 15, 1905. PACE NINE. AN INJUN'S AN INJUN EVEN WHEN HE HAS MONEY TO BURN . AND THE OSAGE INDIANS CERTAINLY DO BURN IT UP A FEW WHEN A SQUAW GOES TO THE STORE SHE WANTS THE BEST STORY OF JOHN, WHO DIED, BUT STILL MOSIES AROUND THE OLD CAMPING GROUNDS. Evening Citizen Wants! AMUSEMENTS On Cent Per Word for Each InrHon T iHMra prepr cUHktli tit lor this Uttmn mid be I the cflkt More J t'cl P- . Adi ihoitt reuhre lb tame careful itteatkx tkil It iWtt ! trie rgbt t Hh. CASINO FREE CASINO r QAG COOACU. OiILMAV Pawhuska, O. T., Sept. 15. With property worth over $30,000 and an Income sufficient to meet every need an Osage Indian's thinking consists chiefly in devising ways of spending money. Their clothing is of fine tex ture and gorgeous hue. Uoth sexes wear blankets, leggings and moccas ins. The women add a skirt, usually richly headed, that extends a little be low the knee. The girls naturally wear the finest garments and display the gayest color...

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. — 15 September 1905

k,--,.....1ttM mi IMWI w HlMMl MMWWWW l i ll l 1 J..L I.J WHWdWWM MUiimiwIIMll Wl 1 1 ll I i -niMjlMWM,r"UMMMM"'"''''''''"'M """"I'tiOiUllllWIWlilUBMHIniMlwm . I,,., i -.. 1 " wi ii'mniwwiMWWfMiiwn mmmmmmamt Mnmmuaammmmamimmmmumm imiammKmmmmmamwmiBmMmammmmmtwijmmiim ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PACE TEN. FRIDAY, 8EPT. 1905. 'J r oooocoooo OOOO ? 'l XI 14 WEST RAIlCCaDAYE.y1C Eonest tote Is The watchword: "Nothing lint tin- beat materials in our shoos," will always govern the running of our business. Hut this Is not all. We pay Just as much attention to the style and flnisli of every pair of shoes as we do to tlieir quality. Furthermore, we are hacking up this statement of your money refunded If a pair of shoes fails to give sat isfaction. Our n w fall and winter styles a e ready for your Inspec tion. ' 7 . . f S S X.'n J rjni Mens" Shoes $1.50 to $4.00 Women's Shoes $1.35 to $4.00 Women's Strap Sandals. .$1.25 to $2.75 Felt Shoes and Slippers. .60c to $1.50 Shoes for Boys and Girls ...

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 September 1905

,rary rt CongreM ALBmauERauE evening citizen VOLUME 19 ALHUQUE11QUE, NEW .MEXICO, SATUHDAY EVENING, SEl'TEMHEK 1(5, 1905. NUMBER 21.0 EXCESSIVE RAINS ARE DOING DAMAGE IN TOWN AND COUNTRY INDIANS CLAMOR FOR STATEHOOD SEPARATE FROM OKLAHOMA WAYS BY WHICH INCREASE OF HUMAN RACE KEPT IN BOUNDS Nebraska, Iowa, Missouri and Kansas Arc Suffer ing From Floods Caused by Cloudburst Rains Defective Boiler Explodes In A Mill Killing Five And Injuring Fatally Ten More art i OMAHA HAS FLOODED Kansas City Suffers Loss of Rock Island Bridge and Topeka, Kansas, Is Surrounded by Waters Breaking Dyke THE UNION PACIFIC IS PRACTICALLY OUT OF BUSINESS Omaha, Nob., Sept. 16. A rain and windstorm of unusual severity passed over southeastern Nebraska and south western Iowa last night. Shortly before midnight the storm reached the point of a cloudburst, flooding the streets and basements. Plate glass windows all over the city were broken, the loss reaching an amount approximated at $3,000. Several persons we...

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 September 1905

ALHUQUEHQUK KVKN1NG C1T1ZKN SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1905. PAGE TWO ! i r ' w 1 ! i n THE EVENING CITIZEN likt Dally an Weekly by the Citizen Publishing Company t PxatoffiM for feranamlaalon through th Mil aa aaeond el&aa matter. Dfflcl&l Paper of Bernalillo County ftaaaditaa Praaa Afternoon Dlipatchat. Urgaat City tad County Circulation, The largMt Mow Mmkt Circulation. Largmt Northarn Arlrona Circulation tkmms or subscription: pwBj by mil, aa raar in dvnoa. .... 16.00 paOr ar Mil. en month 80 Waaktr kr naO. ana raar 100 ID by Carrier, 60c per month Turn tnnm Cmm will ba dalhrarad hi thr t tha low rata of M canta par weak, or for 60 par month, whan paM monthly. ttnrMii Rates Mide Known on Application will aonfar a favar Vr notlfjrint ui hh aa any ara-4alhrarr of tha pa par. At lattara u4 inltinfn almM ba addraaasd to tmm Qmzsit Pvanaamo CovPAirr. Drmfta, , efcaifca. oatornca and axpraaa arancr ardara at mada payable to tha ordor f tha fkjromaHe I S3. Bell 15. TERRITORIAL TOPICS ...

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. — 16 September 1905

AIJIUQUKKOLTK EVENING CITIZEN. 8ATUHDAY, 8EPT. 18. 1905. PAGE THRCK There will be some Big Real Estate Sales made between now and Spring Alfettqteiqte Always Booms in the Winter PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST : Railroad Route Agent W. D. McFerran, of the Wells Kargo Express company, left last night for a trip to El Paso. Santa Fe pay checks have reached the city, and in conseauence the stores will show greater activity to-. night. m m a 1 Master Mechanic I. J. Hicks, of the local Santa Fe shops, returned last j mgnt iroiu an oiuciai lusjiecuuu uip to Gallup. m m S. E. Busser, superintendent of the Santa Fe reading rooms, arrived in the city last nigh from the west, and spent the day here. Mrs. C. C. Minnas, wife of a well known Santa Fe employe, returned last night fiom an extended visit to relatives in Trinidad, Colo. mm Edward Spencer of Santa Fe, has gone to Moriarty, where he has ac cepted the position of book-keeper for the Santa Fe Central railway, a a a W. WL MoCormick, the new tr...

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. — 16 September 1905

AGE FOUR ALISUQUKI.OUK KVKNING CITIZEN. 8ATURDAY, 8EPT. 16, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published lUly and Weekly W. 8. 8TRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business Manager IMPORTANCE OF LETTING SECRET THOUGHT BE FAIR By Elli Whclrr Wilcrx (Copyrignt, KM),"., by W. K. Hearst.) St llACKCAIllt FI20M WAYIJACK "Frank U Bowen Is said to bo a "prominent newspa per writer" having sixteen years of experience In Chica go, lie wrote a letter to Gcorgo S. Tmltois of Silver City, from which the following extracts have In en seeded, with the premisal that the entire letter contains not one good word for the town in which he has so Ions resided Such a newspaper man must be worth his weight In gold to any community fortunate mough to secure the honor ct his domiciliation. He said anions other things of sim ilar import: Much or Chicago's civic rottenness, misgovcrnment and moral iniquity, of course, has been heralded abroad In the press of the land, but I wish to...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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