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AL1H7QUEI.QUK EVENING CITIZEN
THURSDAY, JULY 20,
LORD NEVILLE OF
THE GARBAGE DUMP
ENGLISH NOBILITY DISCOVERED
IN AN ARIZONA
rbocnlx, Arlt., July 20. From caa-
tie balls to a garbage dump, from a
childhood on green lawns tn the shady
parks of "Metrie England" to mature
in an hood, ant) even past It, In a brush
shack on dosolate sand dunos near the
dry bed ot an erratic river in the ste
aling aun of soml-troplcal Arizona, is
but a mild hint of the startling and
porhaps hoart-brcaklng eontrasu that
have made up the life of Fhllip E.
Neville, baron of lAtimer. IUfforent
from moot mn whose continuous
struggle ift to attain an eminence the
-world does not n-cognlzo as belonging
to him, rhlllp Neville has spent his
later years In secreting the fact of his
Rntlo birth, repudiating the title that
Justly belongs to him, and living the
life of . a hermVt In a foreign iand,
-pinched and poverty stricken, but
proud and dignified In his own spirit.
Neville U, to say the least, eccen
tric, and his mysterious life story ia
bard to unravel. Never yet has he
disclosed the reason for his forsaking
of the homeland seventeen years ago
other than to intimate that It was the
resort of differences with relatives.
It Is known, though, that he Is on
friendly terms with an aunt who has
addressed him letters as "Ixrd Nev
ille," and who has urged him to re
turn to the iand of his nativity and
claim his own. It was a recent letter
from her enclosing a bill of exchange
for $8,060 that first gave proof of his
identity and an act of Christian liber-
Matinee Sunday at 3 p. m.
Sunday, Monday, Tuesday
B E LL E S O F CORNEVILLE.
Nota-AII classified advrtlmnt
or rathar "liner" on
for aach rnoartlon. Minimum ehsrg
for any classified advertisement, 18
canto par laaua. m oraer w m.ur.
proper classification a"
should bo left at this office not later
than o'clock, p. m.
Thursday, Friday and
Admission .. .. 15c and 25e
Reserved seats on sale at O.
A. Mataon'B. 202 West Kali
Gardens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freshments served by uni
anoe even Indicating but little of the
world's goods, the Incident suggested
that the donor had inadvertently plac
ed the wrong package In the basket,
and in a desire to correct the mistake,
If such It proved to be, Neville was
soupht and found, when he announced
that his contribution was deliberate
that ho took pleasure in doing that
which he had hitherto been unable to
do for years for the betterment of
mankind and the spread of Christian
ity. He said he had recently acquired
considerable money and could afford
the liberal donation. Such an incident
could not remain a secret and further
Inquiry brought out the fact of his re
cently acquired' wealth and the amount
of It as well as Its source.
The local papers also learned some
thing of his story and of his surround
ings. It was known that he lived In
a shack on the garbage dump in the
river bed below the city and that his
principal occupation and seemingly his
sole source of revenue was the melt
ing of old tin cans and the saving of
the solder and other by-products that
he might find. He became a feature
but for a day only, and bitterly re
sented the stories the papers printed
concerning him. He was at first an
gry that a prying world should inter
fere In his affairs, but finally consent
ed to say something concerning him
self and to pose for pictures, though
the Inst concession he considered as
He said tkat he was not baron at
the present time, though of right he
ought to be. The barony of Latimer
some centuries escheated to the
crown. Ho is the lineal descendant
who. had his rights been preserved,
would today have been addressed as
Baron iAtimer. The $8,000 Is but an
Installment of what belongs to him,
but whether the rest will ever be re
ceived Is uncertain, depending to some
extent no doubt on his own movements. palno In tha atomaobwao advlae
But little more could be learned of his. by her druggist to take Chamberlain's
legacy, though the letters from his
A PLANT THAT
.1. n. Wolworth. while working In
the canaelty of a machinist at Troy
dlscoveied a plant, the odor of which
will put a mosquito to flight and keep
him nt a wife distance. We learn from
a Southern Pacific conductor, wno has
tried the plant .on the stiped-legged
"eftllvnlnner" that infests the bed
rooms at Yuma, that It "works like
a. charm." lie says the boldest mos
miHn will sit on the door step with
tears in his eyes and look in, but will
never cross the threshold so long as
the Dlant remains In the room. Wood
woith left for Yuma Monday to place
his Dlant on the market there, and
the railroad men flsure that he will
sell about $2,000 worth In two weeks
If if will work on the California fleas
as well as it does on Yuma mosqul
toes. Wood worth will have money to
burn. Florence, (Ariz.) Blade.
Found a Cura for Dyspepsia
Mrs a. T.tnduv. of Fort William
Ontario, Canada, who haa suffered quite
number or rears rrom ayepepeia mam
aunt, who addresses his as Lord
Neville," are affectionately written
and entreat him to return to his home
In Hertfordshire and claim his own.
Dinmarli Knit I.lver Tablets. Bbe. did 0
and says, "I And that they bat j done
me a a-reat deal of good. I have neve
had any suffering since I beiran naln
them." If troubled wlta oyspepala
India-nation why not take these Tablets.
mt well and stay well! For sale by u)
J. W. Gregg Is drawing the specif!
cations and plana for the new Portales
Jail. It will be built of artificial stone
or brick, 32x38 feet In dimensions
and will contain two steel cages for
the safe keeping of criminals.
WANTED A cirl for general nouse-
work. 315 South Third street.
WANTED Ca P-nters, by w. jies
WANmn Three carpenters, at
Broadway and Marquette. Apply to
WANTED Three painters, nignesi
wAcpa. n a. Hudson.
WANTED Competent woman lor
nlaln cooklna and general nouse-
work. Inauire Matthews' Jersay
WANTED Gentlemen' second-hand
clothing. No. 515 8outh First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor
wanted Vnnne man to cleric in
general merchandise store; rous
speak English and Spanish. Ad
dress H.. this office.
WANTED Young lady or couple to
take room in private family. Little
expense. Apply 423 Fruit avenue.
WANTED One unfurnished room,
with bath. Inquire at oranam s
All kinds of freoh and tall
Meats. Steam Sausage Factory.
MASONIC BUILDING. N. TRIED ST
B. A. SLEYSTER
Albuquerque, - Now Mexico
ROOM 5, CROMWEUi BLOCK.
Automatic Telephone. 174.
FOR RENT Two very cool, pleasant
rooms for light housekeeping, or
sleeping rooms for men. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford, 113 Iron avenue.
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire 524 West Kanroaa
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or enauite, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR SALE Restaurant, In good lo
cation; wJU sell cheap for cash. Ad
dress or call at No. 207 ft Gold ave
nue; upstairs, room 3.
FOR SALE Six octave organ, in
good repair. Apply at 221 South
FOR SALE Household goods, furnit
ure, stoves, graphophone, cooking
utensils, folding bed. sewing ma-
chine, chickens, carpets, etc. 706
South A mo street.
FOR SALE Household goods of five
rooms. 635 South Arno street.
allty on his part that first gave the
"news scent" to the aose of the news
Perhaps but once In the history ot
any Phoenix church waa there ever
found In the Sunday collection a little
package containing 250 in bills,
-wrapped In paper so the amount of
p the contribution could not be seen, but
- it did happen once, and that was a few
days ago, the only time (that Philip
Neville had been noted In the congre
gation, t Plainly dressed, his appear-
Thls, be says, he will not do, but will
spend the remainder of his days in the
land of his adoption. He only says
there waa a family enstrangement and
he has cast off forever certain of his i
relatives with whom he presumably
would be brougt in contact were he to
return. The aunt, alone teems stead
fast In her friendship and Is doing all
she can In his behalf. He says it is
his own affair and ho curious have
already learned more about him than
he desires shall be known.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
FRESH EVERY DAY. AT MALOY'S
Forced to Starve.
B. F. Ieek, of Concord. Ky., says:
"For 20 years I suffered agonies, with
a sore on my upper lip, so painful some
times that I could not eat. After vainly
trying everything; else, I cured It with
Bucklen's Arnica Balve." It's great for
burns, ruts and wounds. At all drug
gists; only ZSo.
Dr. Laws and family moved from
Capltan to Lincoln, where they will
reside In the future. The doctor wlW
continue the practice of his profes
sion at Lincoln, and answer calls from
the surrounding country.
LOST Black chiffon fan, trimmed
with gilt spangles and pearl han
die. Return to The Economist and
receive suitable reward.
LOST A white fox terrier, wearing
black collar, with brass rivets In It.
Return to Rothenberg & Schloss
cigar store and receive reward.
Jmoke the White Lily Cigar
C I GAR S
113 i'2 W. Railroad Ave.
CAPITA. AND SURPLUS
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
Established In 1882.
F. G. PRATT & GO.
8ole Agents for Casino
Goods., Jas. Heekln & Co't
Imboden'e Granite Flour.
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UN3URPA8SEB FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
EX I ENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
CAPITA! 1 160.00. 0
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
214 South Second Street.
Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Best
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
80L0M0N LUNA, President;
S 8TRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier
Wm. MclNTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR ATCHISON, TOPEKA A. SANTA FE RAILWAY
PIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Balling Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage, and we
guarantee first-class baking
S. First Street, Albuquerque
For reduced ratea to and from all
points go to Paulsen i Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, gold and exchanged.
CHURCH ORGANIST FINED
FOR BEING DISORDERLY
Prof. A. E. Carter had his trial in
police court at Trinidad on two
charges, that of being drunk and dis
orderly. He waa found guilty on both
charges and fined a total of $3!. Prof.
Carter was arrested early Sunday
morning, in company with W. W. Wil
aon, at a fashionable rooming house
on the south side.
There were five witnesses for the
prosecution. Carter was on the stand
on his own behalf, and made a sweep
ing denial of all the charges. His wife
corroborated her husband's state
ments. Owing to the prominence of
Prof. Carter, he being a church or
ganist, the trial attracted considera
ble attention, and church circles are
much wrought up over the alleged of
fense. The attorney for Carter gave
notice of an appeal.
W. G. Hamilton and wife and Mrs.
Iva Keebler, were seriously injured
the early part ot the week in a run
away at RoswelL
Wife Made Wise Change in Food.
Change of diet ia the only way to
really cure stomach and bowel trou
ble. A woman says:
"My husband had dyspepsia when
we were married and had suffered
from It for several years. It was al
most impossible to find anything he
could eat without bad results.
"I thought this was largely due to
the use of coffee and persuaded him
to discontinue it. He did bo, and he
Ban to drink I'ostum Food Coffee. The
change did him good from the begin
ning, his digestion Improved; he suf
fered much less from Ills nervousness
and when he added Grape-Nuts food
to tls diet he was soon eutlrely
"My friend, Mrs. , of
Vicksbnrg, (my former home), had
become a nervous wreck almost, from
dyspepsia. Medicines had no effect,
neither did travel hi Ip her. On my
last visit home some months ago, I
persuaded her to use Grape-Nuts food.
She was in despair, and consented.
She stuck to It until It restored her
health so completely, that she Is now
the most enthusiastic friend of Grape
Nuts that I ever Uuew. She cats it
with cream or dry, JuHt as it comes
from tho package keeps It In her
room and eats u whenever she feels
"I besan eating Grape-Nuts food my
elf, when my baby was two months
old, and I don't V.now what I should
have done without it. My appctito
vas gone, 1 was weak and nervous,
and afforded very little nourlbbment
for the child. The Grape-Nuts food,
of which I soon becamo very fond,
peedlly set all this rit;lit again, and
the baby gre healthful, rosy and
beautiful as a mother could wish. He
Is 2 years old now, and eats Grape
Nut food himself. I wish every tired
young mother knew of th good that
Grape-Nuts would do her."
Names given by Postum Co., Bat
tle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
DATES SET FOR THE
A meeting of the members of the
New Mexico Horticultural Society, to
gether with citizens Interested in the
subject of a fair, was held at the court
house in Santa Fe Tuesday evening.
Hon. L. Bradford Prince, president of
the Horticultural society, presided,
and Jay Turley acted as secretary.
After a full consideration of the sub
ject it waa resolved, on motion of Dr.
W. S. Harroun, to hoid'a territorial
horticultural fair in Santa Fe on Tues-1
day, Wednesday and Thursday, Sep
tember 12, 13 and 14. '
On motion of Frank Dlbert. a com
mittee consisting of A. M. Dettlebach,
Jay Turley and Charles B. Llnney,
was appointed to call on the citizens
during the week and request them to
be present at a general meeting to be
held in the court house next Monday
evening. At this meeting full arrange
ments for holding the fair will be
The general sentiment at the meet
ing Tuesday night was that such a fair
would be very beneficial to the terri
tory at large, and that a good exhibit
of Its horticultural products would ma
terially assist In attracting settlers to
New Mexico. Superintendent Clinton
J. Crandall. of tho United States In
dian training . school, and Manager
Frank Owen, of the Santa Fe Water
and Light company, promised their
earnest co-operation, and there can be
no doubt that tho fair will prove a
Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The average man does not save to ex
reed ten per cent of his earnings, lie
must enend nine dollars in living ex
penses for every dollar saved. This be
ing the case, he cannot be too careful
about unnecessary expenses. Very often
a few cents properly Invested, like buy
ing seeds for his garden, will save sev
eral dollars outlay later on. It Is the
snme In buying Chamberlain's Chollo,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
Coats but a few cents, and a bottle of it
In the house often saves a doctor's bill
of several dollars. For sale by all deal
DEATH ON WINGS
CROWD SEES AIR SHIP AND PROF
MALONEY PLUNGE FROM A
HEIGHT OF 3,000 FEET TO DE
Meeting of Beard of Managers.
Tho New Mexico board of managers
of the Louisiana purchase exposition
will meet at 10 o'clock In the morn
ing, Tuesday, July 2T, at the capitol
In Santa Important business mat
ters will br brought before the com
mission and a'l members are expected
to be present. The members of the
commission aro: Charles A. Spless, of
Ias Vegas, president; Carl A. Ial!es,
Wtllard, vice president; W. B. Walton,
Silver City, secretary; Arthur Selig
niau, Santa Fe, treasurer; Herbert J.
Hagernitn, Roswell; Fayette A. Jones,
Albuquerque and Jose D. Sena, Santa
Judge McFie Grants Petition.
In the case of tho Territory of New
Mexico versus Anastaclo Gonzales, as
sessor of Sauta Fo county, the hear
ing of which was Ret for yesterday
morning at 10 o'clock before Asso-
'nto Justice John R. McFie, sitting in
chamlK'rs In the First Judicial Dis
trict Court for Santa Fe county, a pe
tition was filed by Catron, Gortnor &
Retiehan, attorneys for the plaintiff,
asking for time to Investigate several
points of lay, among which was
whether District Attorney E. C. Ab
bott had the legal rllit to prosecute.
The law directs that the district at
torney shall defend county officers in
court. Judge McFie granted the peti
tion and gave the attorneys for the
defendant until this morning at 10
o'clock to prepare tholr arguments.
A San Jooe, Cal., dispatch, dated
July 18, says: With women fainting
and men sobbing, Daniel Malonej-, who
has made numerous public ascensions
with Professor Montgomery's aero
plane, fell 3,000 feet to his death at
Santa Clara this morning.
I'rofeBSor Montgomery had an
nounced an ascension from the
grounds of Santa Clara college in hon
or of the league of the Cross cadets
who are holding their annual encamp
ment in that town. The announcement
attracted probably 2,000 people, who
watched with interest the huge ma
chin as It shot up from the college
garden attached to a huge balloon.
At a height of 4,000 feet Maloney
cut loose and began maneuvering the
aeroplane. He circled gracefully
about for some minutes, having the
machine apparently under perfect con
trol. Then he essayed a deep dip.
Suddenly the machine swerved, hesi
tated and turned completely over. It
r'glited Itself, sank down a consldera
bio distance and turned over again
Maloney was clinging desperately to
his seat and evidently endeavoring to
regain his control, but all his efforts
were In vain.
Again the aeroplane turned In th
air, and this time tho wings came to
gether and tho man ami machine
plunged straight downward, while the
horrified spectators gazed help'essly
upward. Amid shrieks and groans,
many people rushed to tho scene,
while others turned away weeping.
A number of cadets first reached
the unconscious man, and picking him
up they conveyed him to tho college
hospital.' His head was fractured and
blood was flowing from bis ears and
mouth. He expired within a short
time. The aeroplane, which was con
structed of the toughest oak procur
able, was ground iuto small fragments.
rrmrnh Homm Mada Candle m Bpmo-
lmlty....le Or mam Mado In Any I
Quantity lor Rartla; ate.
C. P. Schtftt,
Monev to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as f 10.00 and as high
as $200,000. Loam are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods to re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and tee us before
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg.,
305 West Railroad Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS,... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...VIce President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODS Assistant Cashier
H. F- RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Santa Fe Railway
AND SOFT DRINKS
Second Door North of P. O.
Rankin & Co
Automatic Phone 41.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Building.
THE STATE NATIONAL BANK
We-have had a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we would like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
D. A. McPHERSON, Vice Pres.
ROY McDONALD, Asst. Cashier.
Wonder why people worry this hot
weather, when they should place
their troubles with us. We secure po
sitions as well as find positions.
WE WANT AT ONCE
waitresses, 2 waiters, one good cook
(for out of city), 1 second cook, 1
dishwasher, 1 chamber maid, 2 girls
for housework, 3 painters, man to
take charge of horses, man to wash
wagons, teamsters, (for city work),
teamsters FOR GHAPl wukk, team
sters for lumber camp, laborers,
bridge carpenters, bridge helpers all
A first-class ratchet setter, and a
first-class planer, $3 per day, to start.
Good position, (out of city). Married
For railroad work teamsters and laborers.
dement Work of All Kinds
208 SOUTH BROADWAY
The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
CURE FOR HAY FfcVER
. H. O'RIELLY & CO. SAYS HYO
MEI WILL GIVE RELIEF SOLD
Bent Her Double.
"I knpw no one f'r four weeks. wh-n
I wiik kI'-V: n'it tvhnli fi-ver and kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter,
(if IMttlun ft. Ph., "ami when I Rot tt-t-r,
ulthouch I hnd one of the best doc
tors 1 coulil gi t, l whs t.ont doulilA, and
find to rent my hands on my kneei
when I walked. From thin terrible af
fliction I ai rescued by Electric bit
tern, which restored my health and
am n it h, and now I ran walk as
airiilKht as ever. They are simply won
derful." Ounrante.il tn cure stomach
liver and kidney disorders; at all drug
gists. Price (Ac
One of nature's remedies cannot
harm the weakest constitution; never
falls to cure summer complaints of
young or old. Dr. Fowler's Extract
of Wild Stiawberry. ,j
3. TT. O'Klelly & Co. wish us to an
nounce that when llyomei la used as
a preventive, tboy advise daily treat
ment with Hyomol for two or three
weeks before the usual time for the
annual appearance of hay fever. If
this is done, the attack will be pre
vented. However, if the preventive
treatment la not started soon enough
ami the disease makes its appearance,
uko llyomei kIx or seven times da!y,
and relief will be clven at once.
There Is no stomach dosliiK when
llyomei Is used. Itreathed through
the neat pocket inhaler that comes
with everv outfit, its medicated air
reaches tho minutest air cells, killing
a!l RiTins and soothing and healing
the irritated mucous membrane.
The complete llyomei outfit costs
but $1, extra bottle9 50 cents. It Is
tho only treatment for hay fever sold
by J. II. O Ulel'.y & Co., under a guar
antee to refund the money if It does
not give satisfaction.
Ou Sunday, after church meeting,
Mrs. Fisher started to ride homo from
Lincoln on a broncho which belongs
to her son, Kearle. She waa thrown
off. and her back badly hurt, but at
this writing Bbe Is getting along bet
ter than her friends expected.
. BAMBINI HAS OPEY0ED
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST
I have opened a mercnant tailoring
establishment upstairs over No. 201
West Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage of the general public.
Suit mad to order. Clothe cleaned,
pressed and repaired. The apeclflo 1
use will not Injure the cloth. Ladle'
garment also cleaned, and walkln
skirts mad to order. Fit guaran
teed. Have had 15 years' experience
tn this city. Give me a trial.
NEW TIME CARD
No. 2, Atantlo Express, arrives 7:6
m.; departs 8:30 a. m.
No. 4. Chicago Limited, arrives
11:69 Tuesdays and Fridays; departs
a. nt-, Wednesdays and 8atur-
8, Chicago and Kansas City Ex.
arrive i;4a p. in.; departs 7:45
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fitting, Brass Fittings and Valves, Steam and
Hot Water Heating and Ga Fitting. A full line of bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
AUTO. 'PHONE, 671. COLO.,234.
L. B. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
the Largest and Most Extensive Stock ot
Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Farm and Freight Wagons
RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. R
No. 1. Los Angeles Express, arrive
30 d. m.: departs 8:16 p. m.
No. S. California limited. arrlTea
10:40 a. m- Mondays and Thursdays;
departs 10:60 a. m. Mondays and
No. 7, San Francisco raat Mau, ar-1
rive 10:30 p. m.; departs 11:10 p. m.
No. 2T departs 11:30 p. EL, connects
with eastern trains
No. 22 arrives from sooth 7:19 a. m.
connecting with No. I, eaatbound.
All train dally' except No. 8 and L
No. 1 carries through chair, stand.
ard and tourist sleeping ears to Iam
No. 7 carries throngs chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars for Baa
II. S. LUTZ, Agent.
A Citizen w.ant ad U
Turkish NonirntA U fine after a
dish of lc cream eaten at Mrs. Ful-
lerton's confectionerv store and Ice
GROSS KELLY & CO.
l WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS