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.ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1905.
FOR PRINCESS ALICE
MAN WHO GOES TO COURT TO INSIST THAT PEOPLE MISS ROOSE
VELT MET AT CINCINNATI WERE ONLY PERSONS OF BEST RE
PUTE. We place on sale a lot
of odds and ends of
1 i u
It's getting to the time of the year when everything Summery must be
put on the "retired list" so far aa this stors la concerned; yet, two full
wearing montha are ahead. -
A better chance to' buy Men'a, Boys' and Chlldren'a Clothing, Hats and
Haberdashery for lesa than actual value
NEVER PRESENTED ITSELF.
Our Suite, 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 liave If we can help It.
LOOK AT MY WINDOW AND CIRCULAR.
Can you afford to miss a sale, where the prlcee touch your purse so
M. MM N BELL
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dram Laying
YOU OUGHT TO TRY THE HIGH
GRADE PLUMBING WORK WE DO.
TO PAY US A FAIR PRICE FOR A
GOOD JOB, WILL SAVE YOU
MONEY tN THE END, AS WELL AS
J. L. Bell Co.
122 WEST SILVER AVENUM
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
A C. B1LICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ans spending the summer on , the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladles' parlors and Gentle-'
men'a waiting rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladles. and children welcome.
All Depot cars atop at ths H ollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
STOCK MONEY - METAL WOOL
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NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS
PAINT Cover more,
look best, wear long
est, mot economical,
riRT BTRKKT ANO COAL AVK.
BUILDING PAPER Al
ways In stock. Platter,
Lime, Cement, Paint,
Glass, Sash, Door, etc.
ALBUQUKRQUE. N. M.
' OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house
when Its cold. Fill your bins for
next winter now and avoid the rush.
American Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrilloa Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal.
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Green
Mill wood, 12.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 45.
Chicago and return, $5250, with final limit of October 31, or $49.75
good for sixty days.
St. Louis and return, $44.60, with flnal limit of October 81, or $43.80,
good for sixty days.
TICKETS ON 8ALE DAILY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30.
Denver and return, $25.15.
Colorado SprlngB and return, $22.15.
Pueblo and return, $20.15.
Glenwood Springs and return, $36.15, via Pueblo, or $41.15 via Denver.
Closing quotations Received by Levy
Bios., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Barnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 83
American Sugar 138
Atchison, common 86V4
Atchison, pfd ......102
Baltimore & Ohio 114
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 69
Colorado Fuel & Iron 45
Chicago, Great Western, common 20
C. & 0 53
Erie, first 83
L. & N 149
Missouri Pacific 98
Mexican Central ' 21
New York Central 147
Reading, common 104
Rock Island, common 31
Republic Iron & Steel, common 20
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd 82
Southern Pacific 64
St. Paul 180
Southern Railway 33
T. C. & I 86
Texas Pacific , 33
Union Pacific, common 128
U. S. S., common S4
U. S. 8., pfd :.102
O. & W 4 52
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 20. Cattle Receipts,
7,000, Including 500 Texans. Market
steady to firm. Good to prime steers,
$5.40 5.75 ; poor to medium, $3.65
5.65; stockers and feeders, $2.504.35;
sows, i2.&!4.40; heirers, $20)5; can-
ners, $1.502.25; bulls, $23.85;
calves, $36.50; Texas fed steers,
Sheep Receipts, 12,000; market
steady; good to choice wethers, $4.90
5.25; fair to choice mixed, $44.85;
western sheep, $3.655.25; native
lambs, $5.507.50; western lambs, $5
St. Louts, Mo., July 20. Wool mar
ket, steady; unchanged.
Kansae City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., July 20. Cattle
Receipts, 6,000, including 2,00 south
erners. Market steady. Native steers,
$4.2505.50; southern steers, $34.25;
southern cows, $2.25Z3.50; native
cows and heifers, $3.255; stockers
and feeders, $2.754.40; bulls, $2.25
4; calves, $3.505.75; western fed
steers, $3.50(&5; western fed cows
hiieep Receipts, 5,000; market was
steady. Muttons. 13.75(3)6.25! lamhs
$47.4rt; range wethers, $35.65; fed
This Is Representative Joseph L.
Rrinock 'of the Sixth congressional
district of Kentucky, who has caused
the arrest of Robert W. Criswell, pub
lisher of a New York society paper,
on a charge of criminal libel.
The trouble comes out of a visit of
Miss Alice Roosevelt to Cincinnati.
The article, which Is admitted to have
been hot stuff, spoke of the presi
dent's daughter as the prospective
fiancee of Representative Nicholas
Longworth, and asserts that Long
worth Introduced MiMS Roosevelt to a
"band of book-makers," which is al
leged to Include Rhinock.
Khlnook is well known all through
the south as a spender, and is also
intensely interested In horse racing.
Mr. Rhinock says that Miss Roosevelt
met only persons of repute at Cin
cinnati, and that he proposes to pros
ecute Mr. Criswell to a finish.
Lewis and Clark Expo
sition Show This
RICHEST OF MINERAL SOURCES
ago and taken to a tepee on the banks
of the Rio Grande, near this city, al
leady shows signs of improvement,
and perhaps, after all, she may re
cover. 'The' faithful buck is looking after
her every need. He is much encour
aged. The suuaw seems to have Im
plicit faith in the powers of the medi
cine man and believes that her faith
Meguelito will restore her to health.
The case has aroused considerable
Interest among the physicians of this
city, and it Is said that there are sev
eial of them who are making dally
trips to the tepee for the purpose of
making a close study of her case.
Your Choice at 15c each
Former price, 25c to 45c. Now te the time to lay In your supply of
Towels. Try ue, and see haw much better you can do - here than
'ewhere. , ' ' 'TPC3UI1UIIH
305 Railroad Avenoe.
3 ' jfm.
Colorado Telephone Company.
Room 18, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Long Distance Trans
mitters and Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
Portland, Ore., July 20. Experi
ments conducted In the Black Sands
annex to the Mines and Metallurgy
building at the Lewis and Clark
position have aimdy demonstrated
the wonderful value ol the black
sands of the Paclflo Northwest, a min
eral source which up to a' short time
ago was undetermined M-lo import
ance. The experiments are being con
ducted by Pror. Robert H. Richards,
dean of the department of mining and
metallurgy, of the Massachusetts In
stitute of Technology, and Fred H.
Horton, an Instructor of the same in-1
stitutlon. Dr. David T. Day, chief of
the buieau of mining and mineral re
sources of the United States geological
survey, is supervising the Investiga
tion. The black sands, which are being
examined at the Lewis and Clark ex
position, are found In many places on
the Pacific seabord, and are valuable
because of the great variety of min
erals which they contain. These in
clude gold and platinum, tantalum,
which is used in manufacturing fila
ments for electrie lights; osmium, a
somewhat similar substance, which Is
used for the same purpose; large
NEW YORK SUPREME
JUDGE NEARLY SWAMPED
Albany, N. Y., July 21. The quea-
ex-i tion of removal from office of Supreme
Justice Warren B. Hooker of Fredonla,
came In a final form before the legisla
ture today when Chairman Flsk of the
assembly committee on judiciary pre
sented a concurrent resolution calling
for the removal of Justice Hooker on
the ground that h e'had been wilfully
guilty of corrupt, unlawful and Im
moral acts, which tended to bring and
have brought said office of justice of
the supreme court and the adminis
tration of justice Into contempt, and
which show personal unfitness on the
part of the said Warren B. Hooker to
bold and occupy the office of supreme
court Judge." The removal resolution
was definitely defeated, the flnal vote
standing: ayes 76; noes, 67, 100 votes
being necessary to pass it.
CHICAGO STRIKE IS
Tickets on Sale Daily Until October 15. Final Limit Oct. 31st
F. L. MYERS, AgentA. T. & S. I Ry.
Tonka, the usual cheat for
vanilla, costs one or two cents
for a certain amount;
Schilling's Best vanilla a dol
lar. One is strong; the other is
fine. One is rank; the other is
delicate. Nevertheless four
fifths of "vanilla" is tonka
The 9S cents accounts for it.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Cl,ood, second-band dress
suit case. Address Z., Citizen of
iActc ncrircnc acted
nmunj ui i itLitj niiL.iv
ACONVICT AT SANTA FE
Harvey II. Green, who yesterday
completed a term in the territorial
nci irfratp effort TO , penitentiary at Santa Fe, and was to
DELIBERATE EFFORT TO , bave bet,n relyaBed) ,8 ke, tQ be do.
failed. prIved of hg liberty for a few yeais
Akron Ohio July 20 What is be- longer- Green ls wanted by tne Bhor
Akron, ouio, juiy w. vyiiat s oe ,ff of MorrU Kanga3 for burg.
lleved to have been a deliberate at-;ary an(1 iaroeny
leiupi j tticin uuiluiajuuu ia&ocu-
ge rtrain No. 509, on the Cleveland,
Akron & Columbus railway, was dis
covered Just in time to prevent a
serious accident at Barberton late
last night. James McGraw was caught
after having thrown a switch. He
claimed that he had made a bet that
he could throw the switch. He was
charged with tampering with railroad
Subscribe for The Evening Citlien.
However, it is not known whether
the prison authorities at Santa Fe
held Green pending the arrival of the
Kansas sheriff, as that officer did not
secure the necessary requisition
papers from Governor Hoch at To
peka, to be served upon Governor
Otero, until Tuesday,
The Kansas sheriff was due to ar
rive In Santa Fe last night. He had
Planned to get his man as ha stepped
iiom tne doors of the
No risk la taken when you place
your order for drugs or family medl
clnes with us. We fill every prescrip
tion in a careful, accurate way and
guarantee the quality. Ask your doc
tor. J. H. O'RIELLY CO.,
Free delivery In the city. Mall ora
New Mexico J ere eent out the same day they are re-
Chicago, July 20. The strike of the
lumber drivers in this city has been
declared off. Six hundred striking
employes of the lumber dealers voted
ouantities of maznetie iron ore: ehro- on the question of ending the strike,
mite, which is used to give a deep anl were almost unanimous in favor
green to the enamel of Dorcelaln: r returning to their old places, re-
Iridosmine. which Is use for nrlntlne Kardless of the action of their fellow
gold pens: such eems as garnets and i strikers. Other local unions of team
topazes, and the minerals monozlte, 1 8ter8 Involved in the long struggle
rutile and zircon. Diamond dust also'a'nsi me Chicago employers' asso-
has been found, and It is possible that I cliJtion, will take a similar act by a
some diamon.ls lareo enough tn bn ! referendum vote, if the tecommenda
commercially valuable as gems, alsotlon8 tne teamsters' Joint council
may be discovered. Some years aco. I are carried out. The departmen
a diamond of considerable size was f,tore drivers have begun voting on
found in California. In Cherokee FlatsJ ""p. question or calling oft the strike,
Butte county, and this Is now on ex-Kallwfty express drivers and truck
hil.ition in the Mines and Metallurgy i teamsters wl11 vote on the question
i...! ..... rnrntirinur .ifirKt
uunuing at me iair. 'iL'
several concentrating macnines are nq RECORD on rhcwc
now being operated iu the Black
Sands annex, and these work on sev
eral different principles. Oue of the
OF NEARLY MILLION LOAN.
York, July 20. There fa no
obejets of the experiments is to dw-jieoord on any of the books of the
termine which machine is best adapt-' -Mercantile Trust comnanv of a IfiRfi -
ed to removing the mii!eial3 from the, 000 loan to which Horace C. Pemlng.
sands. One of them, luown as a hy-; president of that company, testified
ikaulic -clUBsiticr, conaitis of a trough, before Superintendent Hendricks, and
into which water is forced from twen- which was said to have been held by
ty-four tubes, which enter from be- tnt company for five or six vearn in
low. When the band is fed into the he hands of President Alexander and
trough, it passes through the end of Comptroller Jordan of the Equitable
the tubes, encountering currents of k'fe as trustees. This announcempnt
various strength. Thus the heaviest was made today by State Bank R.
pa-Uicles fall into the first opening, i aralner Judson, who has been maklnz
and others drop along until the last isi nls semi annual inspection of the
I HI nilfalimfllll" Iron and Bras Castings) Ore, Cool and
01 nllllllrnllllr Lumber Car Shaftings; Pulltyi, Grd
nLUUIjUi-ily U lm Ban, Babbit Metih Columns and Iron
MmsmmtmrnanmaumaasEEm Front for Buildings, j j j 4 j J
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE jgffi5
WORKS R. Pt HALL PfOQi albuqierque, mw Mexico
we Fin Be RXJPPE3
Prescriptions Kext to Bank of Commarce .
R16HS. at consistent prices 203 West R. R. Ave. V
is not what you find
when we are employ
ed to do your : :
......WE WILL WIRE YOUR STORE OR RESIDENCE.-,
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
AT A REASONABLE COST
We Make a Specialty of Electric Pumping' Outfits,
SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCES.
Estimate Choerfulfy Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Co.,
reaciieu, wnen the very sUKUt current
enables the lightest substance to fall
to the bottom of the tube. Another
machine separates the minerals by a
magnetic process, thoso most sUHt-ep-
tible, like the magnetic iron ore. be-
Ing first removed, and the others in
progression, ai-co.iilnir an they are af
fected. A third machine separates
the various substances by a jigging
motion, by means of which the heav
ier and lighter are sent into different
channels. The experiments are at
tracting a great deal of attention.
AT THE CASINO
The bill at the Casino will be
changed tonight, "Fernandez" taking
the place of ' Fra Diavalo," which has
been the attraction since the first of
the week. The management announces
that the new bill is equally ag good,
If not better, than those put on by
Mr. Wade and his popular company
during the past few weeks.
NATURE MAY RESTORE .
INDIAN WOMAN'S HEALTH
The squaw of Meguellto, the Navajo
medicine man. who was removed from
St. Joseph's sanitarium a few dayi
books of the trust company.
DIE IN DEATH VALLEY.
Oold field, N'ev., July 20. John Mlil-
in. E M. Titus and Earl Wellor. of
leiiurion, uoio., lett Khyollte on June
20 on a prospecting trip into Death
valley. Today Mullln waa brought to
Khyollte half-crazed from the terri
ble suffering he had undergone. rT
told how Titus and Wellor wandered
over the desert and In fifteen days
failcil to return. It ls believed that
they have perished. Two horses and
nineteen burrog belonging to the
party, also met death from thirst.
NEW YORK WILL
All nny, July 20. Gov. Illcoiins this
afternoon sent to the legislature a
message recommending for its consid
eration the appointment of a Joint
commission to Investigate the business
of life Insurance as carried on in this
state. In the senate Senator Arm
strong immediately introduced a con
current resolution providing for the
appointment of a special Joint commit,
tee of thro senators and five assembly
men to undertake the Investigation.
William S. Ziegler. head bell boy at
the Alvarado. returned last night
from a month's visit to his home In
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
Ws 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 sno and free from all
specks or wrinkles.'
Imperial Laundry Co.
Rio Grande Lumber Co.
General Building Supplies
I Foth Phonts. A. H. HEYN, Mgr. 3d and Marquette
CITIZEN ADS. RESULTS