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THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1905.
ALBUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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Without using thoroughly reliable remedies, is -like going to war
We make it our business to handle only the best drugs and
sick room requisites that money, skill and experience can produce.
B. Mm BRIGGS & CO.,
Props. A! vara do Pharmacy
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dra;n Laying
A C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
" Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ana spending the summer on the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladies' parlors and Gentle
men's waiting rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladles. and children welcome. -
All Depot cars stop at ths H ollenbeck. Electric excursion and
Deach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
J. C. BA LDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS
PAINT Covers more,
looks best, wears long
est, most economical,
riRST STRCKT AND COAL AVK.
No risk Is taken when you plact
your order for drugs or family medi
cines with us. We fill every prescrip
tion In a careful, accurate way and
guarantee the quality. Ask your doc
tor. J. II. O'RIELLY CO.,
Free delivery In the city. Mail oro
era sent out the same day they are re
ceived. IT IS EASY TO MAKE GOOD
BREAD WITH CLUB HOU8I
It's getting to h time of the year when everything Summery mutt i
put on the "retired Hit" eo far a this store It concerned; yet, two full
wearing montht are ahead.
A better chance to buy Men't, Boy' and Children'! Clothing, Hatt and
Haberdashery for lett than actual value
NEVER PRESENTED ITSELF.
Our Suits, Top Coats, Trousers, Hats and Furnishings must vacate.
We don't want a vestige of Spring or Summer stock when we open the
Fall campaign and we won't have If we can help It
LOOK AT MY WINDOW AND CIRCULAR.
Can you afford to miss a sale, where the prices touch your purse so
Fine Clothing and
tmt BTRCCT mnd GOLD AVK.
It will not be our fault If this year's
celebration of Independence Day la
not celebrated. We will quickly do all
necessary repairing work so as to
have your plumbing In perfect condi
tion for the Fourth. Why not let us
ertlmate on your work, let It be large
J. L. Bell Co.
1X2 WEST SILVER AVENUt
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
BUILDING RARER Al
ways In stock. Rlaster,
Lime, Cement, Ralnt,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALBUQUCRQur, M. M.
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house
when its cold. Flil your bins for
next winter now and avoid the rush.
American Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal.
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Green
Mill wood, $2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 45.
Schilling's Best means
tea bUaf.powdv tpic
uffa Av9riug txtract
of good-enough quality at fail
At jw gnut'i i MMjrkwa,
When you want a pleasant laxative
th:it li mxy to take and certain to act,
use C'hanil.erlaln'a Stomach and Liver
laLiUtn. For nal by all dealers.
M M I 4 t i i i f I t I I I i
The Albuquerque Transfer Co. e
handles any old thln. Call at
No. 110 West Gold avenue. Au-
tomatlc 'phone 362. Hell 'phone
f 4 If t t i it
Successors to Edwards A Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Be!h 'Pnooes. Oaf or NlgM
FOR MOVING THE SICK OR IN
JURED. . Prompt Service Day or Night.
0. W. STRONG'S SONS,
Colo. Phone, 75 Automatic, 147.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR RliNT A nicely furnished five
room house, modern. Ford Bros.,
COLD MEDALS LOST BY
Avalon, Cal., July 10. The resort
known as the Catalina Island, la en
joying eome very exciting and nar
row escapes from drowning this sea
son, the latest being Miss Lizzie
Newell, of I.os Angeles, end J. A.
Real, Charles White and Fred Nich
ols did their share toward saving her,
although the real honor of saving the
young lady is due to "Tony, the
Miss Newell waded Into the ocean
beyond her depth, and being no swim
mer, she commenced struggling for
life. Real made a dash for the young
lady, but exhausted his strength be
fore reaching her. White and Nichols
then appeared, but like Beal, failed
to rescue the struggling girl, who
had gone under the water the regula
tion thiee times.
It was then the actual hero showed
up. He dived under the water and
came to the surface carrying aloft
the almost lifeless form of Miss
She was soon revived, and at the
time this letter was written, was as
gay and happy as any on the beach.
It was no fault of the three young
men from Albuquerque that they
failed to save Miss Newell. They are
amateur swimmers, and gave as an
excuse for their inefficiency to be
come heioes their unfamillarlty with
water. The tourists at Avalon pre
sented "Tony, the Greek," with a gold
AT OKLAHOMA CITY
Oklahoma City, O. T., July 13. One
thousand delegates from Indian Terri
tory and Oklahoma met In convention
here yesterday to take some definite
action looking to immediate state
hood. The convention was of great import
ance to both territories, and indeed,
was .considered one of the most im
portant ever held in the Indian coun
try. The Resolutions.
Wo, the one thousand
representing the million and a half
AmeH.un iti,nno in ri,T
1 honia and Indian Territory, do hereby
f declare In convention assembled that
rmu lerruones are entitled to and Liv. e.i. cv,u,TTT .. ,
of right ought to be lnimeditely ad- ijrraIo v vExC1"fle1,t0 "eet"
milted Into the American union as one L ' " "'. ', ' J"l ".-Arrange-free
and independent state, on terms , 'i ,etl " te? ' the
of equality as between themselves, and S?opU i B h Natl,mal Llve
on an qual footing with other states. ,1a v ti ,J ' ,K "n WWik from
We have but one petition and one re- ' y' V, I,ro""lit'i' to b
quest to be sent to the American con-' ,7 " L iuif,l;tlaut held by the
ress, and that is that immediate loint
tatehood be granted to Oklahoma and
Indian Territory on their own merits,
and without reference to any right or
clam of other territories seeking ad
mission to the American union."
The resolutions were adopted with
out a dissenting vote amid great, en
thusiasm and almost immediately a
motion was made and carried to ad
journ. Do You Want Strength?
If you want to increase your strength
you in uat U'lil to and not take from the
phyak'Hl. in other wortla, the food that
uu eat iiiiiRt be diK-nted, asalmiluted uious irreconcilable, duelist and Journ
and appropriated by the nervi g. blood u 1st u hi. u-ia l,unlu)i.l fr,.,.. i',an,.,.
and tissues before belli expelled from ' U WJ banished lrom t ran Co
the luieMinea. Kodol Dyxpepsta Cure
adds to the physical. It given strenKth
to and builds up strength la the human
nynti'm. it is pleasimt to the taste and
p:tlnt:ihle, and the only combination of
dlRr-HtantH that will digest the food and
eiiabl.' the nvHtem to appropriate all of
Its health and strenKth glvInK qualities.
The pills thnt t as a tonic and not
as ft driHtli; purtre are PeW'itt's I.lttle
KnrW llin.-ra. They cure Headache,
r.in.-jf ip i ii'-n. Biliousness, pt(. K.irly
HI r.i are small, easy to tike and easy
to act-a sife pill, M.-iok Hamilton, ho-t-I
clerk at Valley City, N. I)., anvs:
Two buttles of these famous little pills
cured me of chronic constipation ' flood
f.T children or adults. Sold by all drug
gists. A little life niny be sacrifice! to an
hour's dolay. Cholera Infantum, dys-
entery, diarrhoea coma suddenly. Only)
Bare plan is io nave Dr. 1-owiera Kx-
tract of Wild Strawberry always on
I STOCK MONEY METAL WOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
I U.os., Correspondent for lxgan
I & llryau. Harnett BuildinK.
Atchison, common .
i Atchison, pfd
n. & o.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 69' 1
Colorado Kuel & Iron Iti'n
Colorado Southern, common.... 27'. 4
Colorado Southe.n, second 38 I
Chicago, Great Western ecru 19 ti1
C. & O MVi
Erie, first 83
U & N HS's
MiRsourl Pacific 99
I Metropolitan 1
'Mexican Central 21ft
New York Central 147Vi
Heading, common 106
Rock Island, common 31 4
Republic Iron & Steel, com 19
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd 82ft
I Southern Pacific 64
St. Paul 81 vs
Southern Railway 33 V4
T. C. & I 85-
Union Pacific, common 128
U. S. S., common 34 ft
U. S. S., Pfd 101
io. & w. ....... 62
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 13. Cattle Receipts,
9,000: market steady. Good to prime
! steers, $3.40 6.10; poor to medium,
J $3.7565.30; stockers and feeders,
$2.50ii4.40; cows, $2.65414.75; heif
lers, $2.256 5.15; canne. s, $1.5002.60;
bulls, $25i 4.15; calves, $3&6.60; Texas
fed steers, $4.25(g5.10; western steers,
$3.50 U 5.65.
Sheep Receipts, 14,000; market
steady to weak. Good to choice weth
ers, $4.407; fair to choice mixed,
$4.505.25; "western sheep, $4.25
5.90; native lambs, $38.40; western
Ksnsas City Live Stock.
" Kansas City, Mo., July 13. Cattle
Receipts, 6,000, including 3,000 south
erns; market 5c lower. Native steers,
$4.25& 4.95; southern steers, $35.25;
southern cows, $2.255?3.75; native
cows and heifers, $2.25(fi 5.25; stockers
and leedeis, $2.75&4.50; bulls, $2
4; calves. $3.255.50; western fed
steers, $3.75 5.25; wesern fed cows,
Sheep Receipts, 4.0O0; market
steady to a shade lower; muttons,
$4.50 5; lambs, $617.35; ranee
wethers. $.fj7.50; stockers and feed
ers, $4.50(0 5.
Copper and Lead.
New York, July 13. Copper, firm,
$15.00 15.00'i. Load, steady, $4.40 t
Chicago, July 13. Closing prices:
Wheat July 88 ,; Sept., 85.
Corn July 56; Sept., 54.
Oats July, 32; Sept,, 30.
Fork July, $12.50; Septi, $12.70.
Lard July $7.20V&; Sept., $7.17Vi.
jviuo juiy, fj.oo; seplf, Y,77'.
New York, July 13. Monev on
call, steady, at 224 per cent; prime
mercantile paper, 444' per cent
Silver, 59 Ue.
Closing Stock Quotations.
New York, July 13. Closing prices:
Atcnison, 86',; ; pfd., 102&; N. Y. C,
it; Pennsylvania, 142; S. P., 64;
u. r., las; pin., 97U; Copper,
83'K; U. S. S., 34; pfd.. 101 Vi-
In Session at Colorado Springs.
Colorado Springs, Colo., July 13.
me iJcnver conference of the M. K
church. South, began It annual ses
sion here today, with Bishop E. H.
iienancK8 or Kansas City, presiding,
uuring me inree days it will be In
session tue conference will be ad'
aressed by a number of eminent
speakers, both lay and clerical. The
Woman's Home Missionary society Is
io in annual session here.
New York Bankers,
loou.and Islands, N. Y., July 13.
The twelfth annual convention of he
iNew 1 oik bankers' association opened
mis morning at the Hotel Frontenac,
"mi a larc and representative at
tendance, i ii; roll call showed an
attendance oi more than l.ono bank
cr. Dm ui the two days It will be
Sl'bslon tin.- convention will lie art
'V1'8141 ''.v James M. Heck, Joseph O
",own' r Kaieigh, N. c.; S. It.
riynn, president of the National T 1 v
!?tock , 1,a,lk of Chicago, and other
j n lers or "at""a' prominence.
1 7... . " u"Jcis tcneduled
,' n-hl lnClua.e tho fo11
ing: The expediency of requiring all
stockholders of corporations to hold
memberships; tho advisaM.lty of do
lug away with the traveling solicitor,
the equalization of commission
charges among all exchanges; the es
tablishment of a commercial credit
system, and the advisability of giving
the Intercalate commerce commission
Amnesty for Derculeds.
I'arls, July 13. It Is seiui-ollieially
announced that 1'aul Derculeds. tho fa-
for ti n year fur ;t!hned oartici nation
:' ? ; ! t to tntrtlirow the republic, is I
... Mi'ivn ,.i iuu b-ucl n anjlicrttj
v K h will bo granted tomorrow on
the occasion of tho national holiday.
Sinco bis banishment from France
Deiouleilu hiu been residing in Spain,
chiefly at .San t-'ebastiau, where bo
became well acquainted with King Al
fonso, and it is reported that bis per
iii!.s.siou to return to France Id largely
due to a pood word spoken for bitu
by the young Spanl.-th sovereign on
the occa.iion of the lata-r's recent vUit
to President LouUt.
I SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES.
'or a;l make of machines at Ave cents;
P-T package and everything else per-;
miuiug iu eiug umtumtai i ercuuy
reduced prlcea. Look for the red S,
218 '4 iouih Second street, Albuquer-
ASSISTANTS NAMED IN
The American I'wnologlcal Society,
having appnintod Hon. L. Bradford
Prince, of Santa Fe. tut chairman of
the fruit committee for New .Mexico,
with power to 'name four additional
member, )P has appointed as these
members Hon. M. W. Mills, of
Springer; Hr. W. S. Harroun, of
Santa Fe; Trof. Fabian Garcia, of the
New Mexico Agricultural college, at
Mesllla Park, and William Locke, of
It Is the duty of the committee to
report on the pomological interests of
thfl teirltory, the adaptation of varie
ties, inserts and diseases, methods of
marketing, etc. One of the special
duties of this committee Is to report
on the rating of varieties In New
Mexico, according to the degree of
excellence which they attain here.
AT LOS CORRALES
On the 10th, Inst., at Oorralea, In
the county of Sandoval, there were
married Stephen Easton of Rio Ar
riba county, to Miss Cleofas Montoya
of Ixs Corrales. Mr. Easton served
In Colonel Roosevelt's regiment and
was wounded at the battle of Las
Quaslmas. He Is a son of the well
known pioneer, Henry W. Easton.
Miss Montoya Is a member of one of
the most prominent families of San
doval county. They will reside In the
future at Sandoval.
ELKS PAY TRIBUTE TO
LATE TH05. HUGHES
The midsummer meeting of Albu
querque lodge No. 461. Benevolent,
Protective Order of Elks, was held
last night at Elks' hall. The meeting
was very largely attended.
The meeting opened with a very
touching memorial service In honor
of the late Thomas Hughes, who dur
ing his later years was one of t'ne
most active members of the lodge.
These services were In the form of
the ritual of the order, and were con
ducted by the officers of the lodge.
The memorial servlco was followed
by the initiation of three new mem
bers, namely, John P. Fletcher, of Al
buquerque; J. 1,. Htibbell, of Ganado.
Ariz., and Frank E. Moore, Mexico
J. ?. I.annine. of Asbury Tark, N.
J., receiver of the Monmouth Trust &
Safe Deposit company, who has been
at Santa Ke the past week In the In
terests of the company, which Is a
creditor of the Fraser Mountain Cop
per company, of Amlzett, Taos county,
arrived in Albuquerque from the north
last nijrht and will remain In the
city n day or so on business.
This Is not Mr. Lannlng's first trip
to Now Mexico, as 'ne spent some
time here during the winter of 1903.
However, he stated today that he
noted a great impiovement since his
last visit, and is quite enthusiastic
about the future of the territory.
After attending in
which called him to this, city, he will
ROSA BERRY NOW
STARRING IN MANILA
The many friends In this city of
Mrs. Rosa. Berry, will be pleasod to
learn that this talented actress Is now
making a great hit at the Paz theater
In Manila, P. I., with her Japanese
American comic opera, "Naughty
It will be remembered that Mrs,
Berry wrote this piece dining her resi
dence In Albuquerque a year or so
ago. The same was set to music by
Prof. Ii Mauro and staged for the
first time here. It proved very suc
cessful and is having a fine run In
Manila at the leading theaters of the
In a letter to The Evening Citizen,
Mrs. Berry states that she does not
know when she will get back to Al
buquerque, and wishes to be remem
bered to all her friends.
BROWNS WILL SOON
SPORT NEW UNIFORMS
Manager Houston, of the Browns,
announced today that as soon as the
weather moderates a little a big bene
fit dance will be given in order to
laise money to purchase new uniforms
for the ball boys. The dance will be
given before the fair tournament
opens In the middle of September, and
the Albuquerque team will then be
able to sport their new uniforms dur
ing fair week.
They will be dark brown in color,
with stockings and caps to match, and
the lioys are expected to make quite
a hit when they make their first ap
pearance in the new suits.
TRAIN OF TOURISTS
HERE TWO HOURS
This afternoon at 1 o'clock a spe
cial train of three Pullmans, a dining
car and two baggage cars, arrived in
tho city from the east. The special
was in charge of Mrs. A. E. Yerex, of
Chicago, and had on board in the
neighborhood of 100 tomists, who are
making a trip to the Portland exposi
tion. They are taking In all the points of
Interest in the Southwest, and spent
two hours in this city. Vvbile here,
many of the tourists took a trolley
rble to the old town and Barelau, and
were highly pleased with what they
saw of Albuquerque, as one of tiiem
remarked that ho had no Idea this
city was so modern.
Yesterday tho excii; Monlsts spent
a few days nt Hatita Fe, and tomor
row tl.ey will btup at the tirand
Canyon tor a couple of days. They
li ft at 3 o'i-PV k for ibo we.?t.
GRAND MASTER WILL
INSTALL NEW OFFICERS
Alexander I'.o'Aic, j;ranil master of
the j;ruuii lodt;e of I. O. O. I'., of New
Al'-xico, was an arrival from Santa Ke
la.-t nuht. The ranil mas'i-r will
attend a nieetiiii; uf Harmony lodge
So .1 tuniiMit and install the ofllccis
for tho tiibuim; year. Afur tho in
stallation of olllfo.s, (irand Master
liowio will exemplify the secret work
of the order. The evening will clo.se
with a pleasant reception which will
be participated In by the member of
the lodge anj their -wives.
in 5 Jlr
WE CARRY CARPETS OF EXCEEDINGLY GOOD VALUE, BUT
WE DO NOT KEEP THEM LONG IN STOCK, FOR THEY ARE
SO FINE THAT PEOPLE ARE CONTINUALLY BUYING THEM.
ONE OF OUR CHOICEST DESIGNS IN v
WE ARE 8ELLING AT $1 PER YARD. WONDERFUL VALUE FOR
THE MONEY, AS EVERYBODY WHO IS A GOOD JUDGE OF CAR
305 Railroad Avenue.
The Colorado Telephone Company.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
WORKS. R. P. HALL Prop.
R1GHS. at consistent Prices
WE WILL WIRE YOUR STORE OR RESIOENCE
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
AT A REASONABLE COST
We Make a Specialty of Electric Pumping Outfits.
SUITABLE FOR KESIDKNCES.
Estimates Cheerful y Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Go,, -JJ&SS
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
W8 give on our laundry work? Try it and see how
durable it Is. Notice how long It keeps its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial Latmdiy Co
I General Building Supplies
I SCREEN DOORS
t EothPhorcT. A. H. F EN, Wer. 26 d Marauette
Room 18, N. T. Armio Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
only Long Distance Trans- C'
mitters and Receivers; Wall or G
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as M
you wish; Lowest rates. M
Iron and Brats Castings) Ore, Coal and
Lumber Cam Shaftings) Pulleys, Grade
Bars, Babbit Metali Columns and Iron
Fronts for Building. J J J J J J
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. j
Foundry East Side of Railroad Track
ALBUQUERQUE, NtW MEXICO
Next to Bank of Commarce
203 West R. R. Ave.
is not what you find
when we are employ
ed to do your : :