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FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905.
COPY R 10 HTJ WJI
EXPLODING OIL TANK
BADLY BURNS FIREMAN
H. M. Agnw, a fireman on one of
the Santa Fe oil burners out of Wins
low, was badly burned on Wednesday
while out on his run hy the oil tank
on the engine exploding. The untor
tunate fireman was covered by the
burning oil by the explosion, and be
fore the flames could be extinguished,
his face, breast and arms were blis
tered. He was brought to the com
pany hospital in this city last night
for treatment. The surgeons at the
hospital state that Tils injuries are(
not likely to prove fatal, and It Js
their intention to prevent the burns
from disfiguring him for life.
Traveling Engineer John A. Ross, of
the Santa Fe, arrived in the city last
night from Las Vegas and spent the
day here on official business.
Jack Johnson, W W. Crista and H.
Pendergraft are under an est at Por
tales, charged with the larceny of old
railroad ties from the right of way of
the Pecos Valley road. Deputy Sher
iff W. E. Tipton made the arrest.
It is said that the Santa Fe has just
established five experimental farms to
be located at the following Texas
points: Matagordo, Alvln, Sealey,
Kopperl and Gainesville. The purpose
of these farms Is to show to the pros
pective settlers the possibilities of the
' General Superintendent R. J. Par
ker of the Santa Fe, accompanied by
C. M. Taylor, superintendent of mo
tive power on the western grand di
vision, arrived in Albuquerque last
night from the east and left on No.
27 for a trip over the Rio Grande di
vision. When the big engines get here and
are once in successful Operation on
regular trips, the number of' train
crews stationed at division points
along the line will be cut down con
siderably, for the reason that the
monster engines will pull much heav
a a a
The Las Vegas Optic says: There
o are at least 7,000 tons of coal piled
up la. the lower part of the local rail
DEATH SENTENCE FOR
A MEXICAN JUDGE
News has reached Nogales from the
state of Sinaloa, Mexico, that Judge
Hermelao Torres has been sentenced
to death for the murder of Clarence
Way and Edward B. Latimer, says
Way and Latimer were murdered at
Aguacalientes, July 19. 1904. The
killing was done by Mexican police
men who were sent by Judge Torres
to arrest Way. The cause of the trou
ble was shown to have been very
trivial. Way, who was not personally
acquainted with the Judge, passed him
on the street the day preceding the
killing, without saluting him. Torres,
who was intoxicated at the time, took
offense at what he regarded as a
The next morning he sent two
armed men to Way's house to arrest
him. Way met them at the door,
half dressed, and told the men he
would accompany them after dress
ing &nd having breakfast. They in
sisted tfpon him accompanying them
at once, and took hold of him. Lati
mer, who was in the house, heard the
altercation and went to Way s assist
ance. One of the policemen shot I-at-lmer
down and then turning his rifle
on Way, shot him twice, killing him
Instantly. Latimer died half an hour
It was shown at the trial that Judge
Torres had no cause to order the ar
rest of Way. and thit the man who
did the shooting, and h'- companion,
were under orders from ? ,?e Torres
to bring in the Amen r dead or
alive. The policeman who did the
trTootlng was executed for the crime
and his companion was given eight
months' sentence and fined $200.
Torres was arrested at the time,
and sentenced to eight months' im
prisonment and a fine of $500, but
Americans and other foreigners in
the state of Sinaloa took the matter
up. and through the United States
minister at the City of Mexico, de
manded a new tnal and Just punish
ment for the judge, who was the real
Instigator of the murder.
The death sentence passed upon
Judge Torres by the supreme court
of the state Is the result of their de
mand for justice.
Forced to Starve.
B. F. I.eek, of Concord, Ky., says:
"Kor 20 year I suffered agonies, with
a Bore on my upper lip, so painful some
times that 1 could not at. After vainly
tryli'lC everything else, 1 cured It with
Kurklen'B Arnlea Salve." Jt s great for
burns, ruts and wounds. At all drug
gists; only 25c
DANGEROUS GLRMS IN SUMMER
Strengthen the stomach with Mi-o-na and keep well
A wealthy philanthropist In New
York spends thousands of dollars ev
ery summer providing milk for the
babies, with the result that the mor
tality U greatly decreased. He ap
preciates the fact that disease germs
are common In the summer and that
the stomach must be kept hea.thy to
resist their attacks.
Older people do not live on a milk
diet to Insure health, but they can so
strengthen the stomach and digestive
organs by the us t Ml-o-na that they
WE'VE A MAN ON THE SPOT
To measure your window when you
need shades. We nave the largest
stock of shade cloth In the city and
pay especial attention to large and
odd size shndes for stores and dwell
ings. Let us figure with you. Also
a complete line of Carpets, Rugs, Lino
leums, Lace Curtains, Couch Covers,
and Cafe and Tapestry Portieres.
J. D. EMMONS,
Successor to Futrelle Furniture Com
pany, corner of Coal Avenue and
Second Street. Auto, 'phone, 474.
Bell 'phone, 155.
road yard, and more of the black dia
monds coming dally. The fuel is
being "stored" here for use In case of
The Denver & Rio Grande Railroad
company vs. eight property owners
In San Juan county, for the condem
nation of land for the right of way of
the road, Is the title of a suit Just
filed In the First judicial district
court for San Juan county.
a a a
In the case of the territory of New
Mexico vs. the Denver & Rio Grande
railroad, for the payment of tax lev
ies made by the board of county com
missioners of Taos county, decision
was rendered In favor of the plaintiff,
and the defendant ordered to pay the
county of Taos the sum of $314.43.
a a a
An alarm of fire was sent In at 7:30
o'clock last evening from the freight
house. The Bhop whistle blew and
when the city fire department turned
out, many thought.it was a second
alarm that had been turned In. A
crowd of several hundred people were
soon on the scene, but It proved to be
a false alarm.
According to reports the Santa Fe
Is going to abandon the chair car. A
A large number of day coaches of Im
proved pattern, built with iron bot
toms and vestibules, are under con
struction. A majority of the traveling
public appear to think the chair car
has failed to fulfill its promise of com
fort. The day 'coach with wide seats,
especially If every passenger can
possess a whole seat, beats the chair
car hands down, so ring out the new,
ring In the old.
That excellent paper, the Topeka
Journal, Is stretching Itself to give
Albuquerque notoriety. For Instance,
here of late, an "Albuquerque" date is
adhered, to some of its' railroad ar
ticles when the news pertaining there
to are unknown here. No one here Is
author of an item to the effect that
"the Union Pacific has completed an
important experiment on the Wyo
ming division, an exhaustive trial of a
simple device called a tie tamper."
Credit should be given, no doubt, to
some Wwomlng town, for Albuquerque
la not on the Wyoming division of the
A Smooth Article.
When you want a pleasant laxatlvt
that Is easy to take and certain to act,
use Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablet. For sale by all dealers.
E. J. Bates has returned to Roswell
from his ranch near Tucumcarl, and he
reports that cattle and all kinds of
stock in that section are in the finest
condition they have been for years.
Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy The Best
T. M. Wood, manager of the White
County News, Beebe, Ark., Is a repre
sentative southern business man, who
does not hesitate in expressing his good
opinion of a well known remedy. He
says, "It gives me pleasure to recom
mend Chamberlain's Chollc, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Kemedy, having used It my
self and In my family with the best re
sults. In fact I believe It to be the best
remedy of the kind In existence. Sold
by all dealers.
Joseph Vinot arrived In Silver City
from Denver, to accept a position with
O. C. Hlnman. Mr. Vinot is an exper
ienced undertaker and funeral director
and will have charge of that depart
ment of Mr. Hinman's business.
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. S. Lindsay, of Fort William.
Ontario, Canada, who has suffered quit
a number of years from dyspepsia an
great pains In the stomach, was adTtawa
by her druggist to take Chamberlain's
Stomach and l,lver Tablets. She did so
and says, "I find that they ha,j don
me a great deal of good. I have
had any suffering since I began using
them." It troubled wltk dyspepsia e
Indlgestlon why not take these Tablets,
get well and stay wellT For sals by Ul
Howard Ringo was this week ar
rested at Ikewood and taken to Ros
well by Sheriff Woodruff, accused of
forging checks to the amount of about
$i0. The accused is a well known
young man of Roswell.
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when
I wan RK-t: 'ih tvphold fever and kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter,
of I'lltHlmrg, 1'a., "and when i got bet
ter, although I had one of the best doc
tors 1 could get, 1 was bent double, and
had to rest my hands on my knees
when I walked. From this terrible ar
flictlon 1 was rescued by Electric bit
ters, which restored my health and
strength, and now I can walk as
straight as ever. They are simply won
derful." Guaranteed to cure stomach,
liver and kidney disorders; at all drug
gists. Price COc.
George R. Tongue, who has been in
Silver City for some time for the bene
fit of his health, and who was called
back to his homo in Philadelphia a few
weeks ago ou account of the serious
illness of his wife, returned to Silver
C!ty, accompanied by Mrse. Tongue,
who has recovered and who will re
man here with her husband.
too, will be free from sickness In the
Mi-o-na restores complete health to
the whole system and cures headaches,
backache, sleeplessness, pains and dls
tress after eating, vertigo, heart burn,
and the general debility which result
from a weak stomach and Imperfect
A guarantee to refund the money If
Mi-o-ta does not show help. Is given
with every B0 cent box. Ask J. H,
O'Rlelly & Co., to show you the guarantee.
Have You Seen Those New Houses We are Offering for Sale
North Eighth Street on the Installment Plan?
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY
2J9 West Gold Avenue.
NEW RULING OF
The territorial board of education
of Arizona has decided regarding the
granting of diplomas, that:
1. The candidate must have been
successfully engaged In teaching for
at least ten years. ,
2. The aggregate number of
months taught In the said ten years
must be at least seventy.
3. The said ten years of teaching
must be comprised within Ihe four
teen years Immediately preceding date
4. The applicant must pass an ex
amination In pedagogy, history of ed
ucation, social economy and school
Bernalillo County Refunding Bonds.
Notice Is given that the board of
county commissioners of Bernalillo
county, New Mexico, will receive
sealed bids up to 12 o clock noon, on
July 24, 1905, for seventy thousand,
four hundred dollars, ($70,400), of re
funding bonds, bearing not more than
5 per cent Interest, to be dated July
1, 1905, subject to call after twenty
years, and payable thirty years from
their date. Each bid should be accom
panied by a certified check for $1,000
as a guarantee that the bonds will be
taken If hid is accepted. Full Informa
tion can be had upon application to
the clerk of the board. By order of
JAME3 A. SUMMERS,
Albuquerque, N. M., July 7, 1905.
Luz Gallegos, a pensioner, 73 years
old, and totally blind, was thrown
from his buggy on the road from
Puerto de Luna to Santa Rosa, and
quite seriously hurt. He Is being
nursed back to health at the home of
For Over Sixty Years.
An old and well tried remedy Mrs.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup haa been
used for over sixty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. Jt soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind rhollo. and Is the txst
remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to
the taste. Sold by flrupglsts In every
nart of the world. Twntv-flve cents a
bottle. Its value la Incalculable. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
ing Syrup, and take po other kind.
James Woodland, of White Oaks,
has the contract for putting up the
Mclvers plant In the Jlearillas. Most
of the machinery has arrived and the
work will be pushed as rapidly as pos
Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The average man does not save to ex
ceed ten per cent of his earnings. He
must spend nine dollars In living ex-
f lenses tor every dollar saved. This be
ng the case, he cannot be too careful
about unnecessary expenses. Very often
a tew oents properly invested, like Duy
Ing seeds for his garden, will save sev
eral dollars outlay later on. It Is the
same In buying Chamberlains Chollc
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. It
coBts 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
ers. Prof. J. J. Crldebring, of Alamo-
eordo, wUl go to Washington, D. C.
October 1, to enter the Columbia uni
versity and will make a lawyer out
There la no case of Indigestion. Dys
pepsia or Stomach Trouble that will not
yield to the digestive and strengthening
Influence of Kidol Dyspepsia Cure. This
remedy takes the strain off the stomach
by digesting what you eat and allowing
It to rest until It grows strong again.
Kodol Dyspeppla Cure affords quick and
permanent relief from Indigestion and
all stomach troubles, builds up the sys
tem and so purifies that disease cannot
attack and gain a foothold as when In
a weakened condition. Sold by all
When In Santa Rosa last week,
nrown Harris told of sinking a well
on his claim northeast of Fort Sumner
to a depth of 100 feet, and striking
an abundance of excellent water,
which rose within twenty-tight feet
of the top.
On and after Aucust 1. the office of
the Albuquerque Gas, Electric Llyht
& Power company, which has been lo
cated at the comer of Railroad ave
nue and Broadway, will occupy the
rooms In the Gleckler block, at the
corner of Gold avenue and Fourth
N. A. Baker, of Prescott, Ariz., for
merly manager of the "Belle of Ari
zona" company, leaves tonight for the
north to In come a member of the No
ble Dramatic company.
I'm Hi Am I.t un natural
d i L r i r , iij 0 iJ i lit a 1 1 on t,
tmtatious) or uiit-ittiiout
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Frr ... U i HUfli
I'ftiulv, nd uut ftjtnu
hi f man&lmsMh i Pn
dChrUII.C r 4ll brutiliU,
Us. 1, J ,4 or tnt in LUiti wr.t.r-'.
Mr, a - -
r M !). r 3 boUlrg 4 75.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
DR. J. E. KRAFT.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant Mock, over
the Golden Rule Dry Goods Company.
lioth phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8.
No. SU8 Railroad avenue Office hours
M a. m. to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to (
p. m. Telephone 463. Appointments made
Bernard 8. Rodey.
N. M. Prompt attention riven to all
business pertaining to the profession.
Will practice la ail courts of the terri
tory and before the United States land
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-liAW, U F street. N.
W Washington, u. k,. Pensions, lands,
patents, copyrights, cartata, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
N. M. Office, First national Bank build
ing. E. W. Dobson.
Well block, AJbuo jerque, N. M.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Suite It. N. T.
Armljo building, Albuquerque, N. M.
F. W. 8pencer.
Rooms 46-47 Barnett building, Albuquer
rue, N. M. Automatlo 'phone 166.
V. O. Walllngford.
Room 2, First National Bank Build
ing:, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CONTRACTOR A BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER Esti
mates cheerfully furnished; lob work so
licited. Automatlo 'phone 724; Shop til
North becond street. Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.'
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Offlice Barnett building.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
Room 17. Whiting Block.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Office hour: 10
to S dally. Evenings and Sundays by
Of Albuquerque Business College.
In addition to regular work we will
have Review Classes for teachers' cer
tificates, high school, graded school,
and Spanish courses. Opens Monday,
Ten weeks -for 110. for any course.
For further particulars address
RAMSAY & ALLMAN,
Gleckler Block, Corner Fourth street
and Gold Avenue.
The Spanish classes in the Business
college are In charge of Prof. A.
Montoya, and begin at 9 a. m. All
who are desirous of studying Spanish
should enroll at once. For particulars
call on or address A. Montoya, or
Q. S. Ramsay, Gleckler block, corner
of Fourth street and Gold avenue.
MRS. C. GRANNIS.
Invites you to inspect her fine line
of fancy goods, Hanlanger, French
and wool embroideries, Battenburg
and crocheted goods, sofa plllow9, tea
cloths, collars and cuffs and Batten
burg patterns, baby caps, Afghans
and opera shawls, ladles' fine under
wear made to order and children's
clothing a speciality. Room 30, Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. M.
and CURE THE LUNGS
50c 4 $1.00
aurrst and Uuitkest Cure for all
THROAT end LUNO THOUB
LS3, or MONET BACK.
207 West Gold Aveune
N. PEACH & CO.
Room 43 Barnett Building. ,
We have bargains In vacant lots and
Improved Drorjerty. It will tiav you to
sea ns before maklna? nurehasM AU
business Intrusted to us will receive
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE GO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL.
J. B. McMANUS, Manager.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion, office at I. O. Baldrtdfs's
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
One gallon Devoee' Paint covers
300 square feet two coats.
LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLES, ETC.
409 W. RAILROAD AVE
LIVERY, SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules bought and exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble Co,,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
BEST TURNOUTS IN
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN RAILROAD
AND COPPER A.ENUES.
Toti & Gradi,
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, HAY, I
GRAIN AND FUEL.
Fine Line of Imported Wines, Liquors
. II U Vl.l W. T I .V.. JWUI VI UCI ,
for this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET,
8 Fresh Meats and Sausages i
g A Specially Fine Line C
A, V. HAYDEN
Contractor and Uuilder
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
Phones, Auto 108; Colo. Black 265.
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
21 MEALS $4.50
(Opposite The Alvaratlo)
Can secure rooms by the Month,
Week or Nltjht.
107 SOUTH FIRST STREET
R. PUCCETTI & L 6IAC0MELU,
4th Street and
TAR RETT'S MACHINIST TOOLS
ATKINS SAWS ,
JENNINGS ft IRWIN BITS
MAY DOLE HAMMERS
WINCHESTER SHOT GUNS
SMITH A WESSON REVOLVERS
AMMUNITION, ALL KINDS
HARNESS AND SADDLES
STRAP WORK, ETC,
m BORRADAILE & CO.,
The buyer of a CHICKERLS'O PIANO can never have any rezrets
over his purchase, for he will never find a Piano of another make that will
compare In tone with the one he has.
To be sure tbey cost a little more than other good Piano, but that
Is the Inevitable result when you get the best.
WE ARE SCLE AGENTS FOR THE CIIICKERINQ
WHITSON MUSIC CO.
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. Wo uie first
class material and employ competent workmen which Justi
fies us In giving you a positive guarantee. Our prices will
compare favorably with responsible competition.
LAUGUL1N HYDRAULIC STONE COMPANY
About the House.
UP ' COLD AVENUE.