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MONDAY, JULY S1, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVEN I NO CITIZEN.
SUSPECTED OF BELEN
MAIL POUCH ROBBERY
FOR THE FAIR
Frank A. HubbcII First With
BOOMING AUTOMOBILE DISPLAY
Officer Ben Williams Makes
Important Arrest in
CRIME WAS VERY WELL PLAN ED
0 I .i.ii.i 0
It'i getting to the time of the year when everything Summery mutt be
put on the "retired list" eo far a thla atore la concerned; yet, two full
wearing montha are ahead.
A better chance to buy Men's, Boya' and Chlldren'a Clothing, Hata and
Haberdashery for lets than actual value
. NEVER PRESENTED ITSELF.
Our Sultt, Top Coats, Trousers, Hats and Furnishings must vacate.
We don't want a vestige of Spring or 8ummer 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
M. M AND ELL
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
A C. B1LICKC JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ana spending the aummer on the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladles' parlors and Gentle
men's waiting rooma. Meet your friends there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladles. and children welcome.
All Depot ears atop at the H ollenbecK. Electric excursion and
beach care paaa the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
IS AN OLD SAYING, MEAN
ING THAT YOU GET THE
For what you give. If you will get our estimate on your electrical
work, we will give you ample opportunity to secure a double
MOTORS AND DYNAMOS FOR EVERY PURPOSE CARRIED IN
Let us supply you with fans before the hot weather begins,
Fixturea and House Wiring a specialty.
PUMPING PLANTS OF ALL SIZES FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
Estimate Cheerfully Given.
Cniithmnrtnrn Clnrtrin 9. Pnnctriiflfinn Pn 216 South
OUUIIinCdIGIII LIGulllli Ob UUIIOII UbllUII UU., seco
WHO WANT THE BEST DRUGS ARE INTERESTED IN
READING OUR ADVERTISEMENTS, AS THESE ADS ARE ONLY
INTENDED TO CALL ATTENTION TO ALL THAT IS BEST IN
DRUG STORE MERCHANDISE. v
e. H. BRiGGS & CO.,
Props. Alvarado Pharmacy
BOTHTHONKB tmt 9TREKT and GOLD AVtc'.
RR& CE REDUCTIONS
On our entire line of high grade SUMMER NOVELTY WOOL
ENS. These price reductions are In effect for thirty days only:
All $30 Suits Reduced to $25
All $35 Suits Reduced to $30
All $40 Suits Reduced to.. , $35
All $45 Suits Reduced to $10
TROUSERS. .. .
All $10 Pants Reduced to : $8
All $12 Pants Reduced to $10
All $14 Pants Reduced to $10
F. TOMEI & BRO.
Rio Grande Lumber Co.
General Building Supplies
Both Phones. A. H. HEYN, Mgr. 3d and Marquette
JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE
Carries the United States mall; only
line with a change of stock enroute;
good rigs, horses and drivers; leaves
Alblquerque every Tuesday and Sat
urday at 5 a. m. For particulars, ad
dress V. I Trimble & Co., agenta,
Albuquerque, or J. B. BLOCK, pro
prietor, Perea, New Mexico.
L. W. LeBaron hat resigned his po
altloB aa superintendent of the Albu
querque Cas company. He Is succeed
ed by B. 1 Johnson of this city.
"AMERICA'S SUMMER RESORTS,"
No. 3 of the New York Central's
"Four-Track Series," contalna a care
fully engraved map of the territory
from Denver to New York, Boston,
Montreal and Bar Harbor, with de
scriptions and rates to a large number
of resorts. For a copy send a 2-cent
stamp to George H. Danlela, General
Passenger Agent, Grand Central Sta
tion, New York.
IMPORTED MUNCHENER HOP
BRAW BEER ON DRAUGHT AT THE
WHITE ELEPHANT. IF YOU WANT
SOMETHING NICE TRY A GLASS.
STOCK MONET - METAL WOOL
Closing quotatlona Received by Levy
Bios., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Harnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 84 Vt
American Sugar 143
Atchison, common 87
Baltimore & Ohio 114
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 69
Colorado Fuel & Inn 46
Colorado Southern, common 29V4
Colorado Southern, first 604
Colorado Southern, second 39
Chicago, Great western, common 20
C. & O... 54(4
Erie, common 46
Erie, first i 84
Louisville & Nashville 145V4
Missouri Pacific 100
Mexican Central 23
New York Central 146
Reading, common 105
Rock Island, common 31
Republic Iron & Steel, common. . 21
Southern Pacific 65
St. Paul 180
Southern Railway 33
T. C. & 1 90
Texas Pacific . .. ; ...... , 34 .
Union Pacific, common ;.131
U. S. S., common .. . 35
U. S. 8., pfd. 103
O. & W. 63
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., July 31. Cattle
Receipts, 9,000, Including 3.500 south
erns; market steady to strong; na
tive steers, $4 6.50; southern steers,
$2.504.50; southern cows, $23.25;
native cows and helfeis, $22.60;
stockers and feeders, $2.504.25;
bulls, $23.50; calves, $3.506; west
ern steers, $3.505; western cows, $2
Sheep Receipts, 4,000; market 5c
to 10c higher; muttons, $405.15;
lambs. $56.25: range wethers, $3.50
& 5; fed ewes, $3.76(g4.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 31. Cattle Receipts,
5,000; market steady; good to prime
steers, $3.505.9t); poor to medium,
$3.50if4.50; stockers and feeders,
$2.50fi3.80; cows. $2.404.50; heif
ers. $3.50(5 4.25; canners, $1.252.40;
bulls, $23.90; calves, $3.507.
Sheep Receipts, 5,000; market was
steady to etrong. Good to choice
wethers, $4.50 4.75; wyestern sheep,
$4.254."5; native lambs, $4.60&7;
western lambs, $5. 5007.10.
Chicago, July 31. Closing pricta:
Wheat July, 84; Sept., S0.
Com July, 52; Sept., 51.
Oats July, 27; Sept., zi.
Poik July, $13.55; Sept., $13.45.
Lard July, $7.27; Sept., $7.35.
Ribs July, $8.05; Sept., $S.12.
Lead and Copper.
New York, July 31. Leud, steady,
$4.5nra.4.tiu; copper, firm, Vo.WU
Hon. Frank A. Hubbell, who has
Just returned from his aheep ranches
In Socorro county, brought back with
him a freak, In the nature of a flve
lcgRed sheep." It la Mr. Hubbcll's in
tention to place the sheep on exhibi
tion at the Btock exhibit at the ter
The animal has four fully developed
legs, and In addition, a fifth leg.
which grows from the left shoulder,
and almost reaches the ground. The
animal Is very healthy and as active
as the average four legged sheep. It
It needless to say tTiat It will prove a
great curiosity at the fair.
But this is not all Mr, Hubbell bus
for the fair. He tella of another
freak. This one Is a cross between
an Angora goat and a high grade
sheep. The animal In every way re
sembles a sheep, but In place of wool,
Its coat Is of the finest quality of An
Some fine fleeces fiom the Hubbell
sTieep will also form a part of the
Automobile Display Assured.
J. H. O'Rlelly returned last night
from a trip to Santa Fe, Las Vegas
and other northern points. While
away Mr. O Rielly started the boom
for an automobile display as one of
the features of the fair, and the way
Interested parties have taken hold of
it has already assured it aa one of
the main exhibits.
Governor Otero, Secretary Ray
nolds, Dr. J. M. Diaz, and oiners from
Santa Fe, will be here. In addition,
Denver and Kansas City automobile
firms are negotiating with Secretary
Selleis for space for an exhibit for
a number of their machines, which
begins to look us though the automo
bile display would , be one of the most
attractive at the fair.
Everybody Boosting for the Fair.
With The twenty-fifth annual New
Mexico fair only a few weeks off, the
time for boosting for the fair hae ar
rived. The slogan, "Get on the trail
that leads to Albuquerque," 1b now
the byword, and the way things have
started out give piomlse that the
comiiu tair will be a record-breaker
in point of attendance, exhibits, etc.
CONFIDENCE MAN IS
HELD TO GRAND JURY
CROOK WHO ROBBED UNSUS
PECTING INDIAN HOY, PROBA
BLY DOOMED TO THE PENITENTIARY.
Math Herman, the confidence men
charged with robbing Joseph Man
uel, the Indian boy, the particulars of
which were published in The Evening
reputation. It Is alleged that he Is
Umlnaiy hearing. . t '
He waived examination and was
held to await the actlowof the grand
Jury, In the sum of $500 bond. He
failed to furnish the bond, and aa a
consequence is languishing in the
Herman is origloaJly from Newport,
Ky., where It la said he bears a bad
reputation. It is alledeg that he is
an old criminal and lias been In trou
ble before. His looks seem to corrob
orate these stories, as he has a mean
race and looks the na.it of a hardened
Manuel left yesterday for his home
at Gila Crossing, Ariz. Before he left
he stated that he would be on hand
at the trial and appear against Her
man. Special Officer T. Whitley of
the Santa Fe, who captured Herman
and brought him to the city, also lett
yesterday for Flagstaff.
Attorney E. W. IXibson, local coun
sel for the Santa Fe, will conduct the
prosecution. It is said that the evi
dence against the prisoner la conclu
sive and that there 'is little auestlon
of bis guilt.
THE BLOW FLY
PREPARING FOR BIG
jiuHuurg, to.., July 31. That war
will be declared between the United
Mine Workers of America and the an
thracite coal operators at the explra
tion on April 1 next, of the present
tbree-year working agreement, U tear-
ed by the former and at least anti
cipated by the operators. John Mit
chell's speeches in his pro-unlou cam
paign in the coal regions daily grow
more fervid and pointed, and are hav
ing at least one desired result that
of winning back to the mine workers'
organization the fiuudreda who drop
;ied out after the declaration of three
years' peace. Hi smore recent ad
dresses have taken the form of flat
warnings to the toilers that their wel
fare after April 1 may depend alto
gether upon their preparaUoua at this
It has been general knowledge for
at least two mouths past that the op
erators have been storing Immense
quantities of coal. This fact la the
keynote of President Mitchell's ad
dresses, lie and other leaders see in
this accumulating of large quantities
of coal preparations for a long siege,
if a struggle be precipitated at the
next conference, in March, between
the miners and the operators.
The fact that the operators are
storing uch immeuse quantities of
the smaller sizes ot ecthraclte la held
by President Mitcbal to indicate their
realization that a sympathy strike on
the part ot the bituminous men would
prevent another. soft-coal relief such
as was afforded In 1902, -when no prep
aration bad been made against the
Invasion of the bard coal market by
the bituminous operators.
TWO PERSONS AFFLICTED WITH
SCREW WORMS THIS WEEK
FROM THIS INSECT.
There seems to bo almost an epi
demic of affliction from that pestller
ous insect known as the blow fly.
Many pel sons In various parts of Ari
zona have been most seriously afflict
ed by it, and several deaths have oc
curred. It If the same fly that when it
finds a horse or any animal with a
cut or a raw place upon It, that It
once beeks to soro spot and deposits
its etiK.s. These eggs soon batch, pro
ducing a kind of maggot, called the
screw worm. These are hatched In
great abundance and soon eat away
the tissue and cause a festering of
the flesh at the point of attack, and
less speedily checked, will produce
Two cases have oceuried In OIle,
Ariz., of lute, one of which was that
of Johen Mullen at the hospital. One
of these flies had gotten into his nos
trils and had deposited Its eggs. He
was treated by Dr. Maisch, but the
worm had gotten too much headway
and after a two weeks' battle with
mem they killed their victim.
The other case was treated by Dr.
wigntman, and having an earlier
c hance at the worms he succeeded in
oaniiK ins paiteui. iuib case was
that of Mrs. Worden, from the Sleira
These Hies set Into the nose while
a person is asleep, and lay their eggs,
which soon hatch a horde of srew
worms, and unless Immediate relief
is had death surely follows.
Officer Ben Williams, chief of the
secret service of the western grand
division of the Sania Fe, and who only
recently arrested Claude Doane, mur
derer and notorious horse thief, has
added another equally Important ca,
ture to his already long list.
On Saturday last at Kansas City,
Mo.. Williams ran down William S.
Iewis. whom he had been trailing for
several weeks, on upicton that he
Is guilty of the robbery of a United
States mall pounch at Belen a mcMh
ago, when a package contalnlns $2,000
Immediately after the officer arrest
ed the man, he boarded a train for Al
buquerque and arrived h-?re last night
on No. 1, with his prisoner. After ar
riving here Williams took Lewis to
the county Jail where he is now con
The date of his preliminary bearing
has not been set, but It will take place
within a few days.
Robbery was Planned Beforehand
The capture of Lewis will probably
result in developments of a sensation
al character. The robbery of the mall
pouch at Belen, Is beleved to have
been only the beginning of a series of
hold-ups and bank robberies, which
had been planned by a well organ
Ized gang of which Lewis Is supposed
to be a member and perhaps the ring
The officers are now lending every
aid to Williams, who Is determined to
put the gang behind the bars before
ho quits and his past record In the
line of running to earth outlaws,
leaves little doubt but that he will be
successful. With the capture of Lewis
In Kansas City Saturday, he Is sup
posed to have secured the key to the
Lewis Is a Bad Man.
The past record or Iewls In the
present case. Is anything but favorable
to him. His home is said to be in
Toledo, Ohio, where early In life he
went wrong. He has been arrested
In many eastern cities on the charge
of being a hold up and safe cracker.
Just previous to the Belen robbery, he
was around Belen for several weeks
and his disappearance Immediately af
terwards led to his suspicion.
Since then and up to a week ago
his whereabouts were unknown, al-
mougti Officer Williams had been
searching for him. He finally located
him in Kansas City and bis arrest
followed. The trick was turned so
nicely, that even the Kansas City pa
pers failed to get hold of the arrest.
The Robbery Well Remembered.
The robbery Is still fresh In the
mlndg of Albuquerqueans. A little
over a month ago a mail pouch sent
from this city to Belen, in which was
a package containing $2,000 In cur
rency consigned to the Belen bank
from the First National bank In this
city. was cut npen while lying on the
station platform at Belen and the val-
uable package extracted. So neat was
the Job done, that at first the officers
were entirely at aea.' Finally the rob
bery wag almost forgotten, but the ar
rest or a suspect has again started
people to talking about It and all are
in hopes that Williams has succeeded
in getting the right man.
If other captures made by Williams
have anything to do with this ease It
Is a pretty well known fact that the
Santa Fe detective has the right man.
Eureka Roof Paint manufactured by
the Albuquerque Paint Works. Pre
serves metal and shingle roors. Will
last for five years. Address, John Bor
radalle, manager, Albuquerque.
One Dollar Saved Represents Ten
The average man dot-a not save to ex
ceed ten per cent of his earnings. He
mimt spend nine dollars In living ex
pensrs for every dollar saved. This be
ing the case, he cannot ba too careful
about unnecessary expenaea. Very often
a few cents properly Invested, like buy
Ins; seeds for his garden, will wive sev
eral dollars outlay later on. It la the
same In buying Chamberlain's Chollo,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Kemedy. It
costs but a few cents, and a bottle of It
In the house often naves a doctor's bill
of several dollars. For sale by all deal-era.
A pleaaant surprise party may -be
given to your stomach and liver by
taking a medicine which will relieve
their pain and discomfort, vis: Dr.
King's New I.lfe Pills. They are a most
wonderful remedy, affording sure relief
and cure for headache, dlszlneaa and
constipation. iLc at all druggists.
St. Louis Wool.
St. 1-ouis, Mo., July 31. Wool mar
ket steady; territory and western me
dium, 2&3ilc; flue medium, 23&iCc;
fine, 13 15c.
"THE ADIRONDACK MOUNTAINS
AND HOW HO REACH THEM." No.
20 of the New York Central's "Four
Track Series," bas a large map of the
Adirondack Mountains and adjacent
territory, with a complete list of the
! hotels, camps, lakes, rivers, etc. ThU
is Just the folder you want if you are
contemplating a trip to the mountains.
For a copy send a two-cent stamp to
George H. Daniels, General Passenger
Agent, Grand Central Station, New
Subscribo for The Citizen and get
Take nutmeg; one is not as
good as another. Schilling's
Best, in nutmeg, is ground fine
fron difficult nuts to grind be
cause full of oil; the oil is their
virtue. There are dry nuts;
there are wormy nuts. We are
no more careful in nutmegs
than all through.
Your grocer's; money back.
No risk la taken when you place
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. H. 0' RIELLY CO.,
Free delivery In the city. Mall org
era sent cut the same day they arc . e-
Partiers worth 3.25 for 2.50
5.00 " 4.00
10.00 " 7.50
Come and see us if in need
of any kind of Draperies.
305 Railroad Avcrrae.
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Drarn Laying
YOU OUGHT TO TRY THE HIGH
GRADE PLUMBING WORK WE DO.
TO PAY US A FAIR PRICE FOR A
GOOD JOB, WILL 8 AVE YOU
MONEY IN THE END, AS WELL AS
J. L. Boll Co.
132 WEST SILVER A VENUS
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
The Colorado Telephone Company.
Room IS. N. T. Armiio Rnlldind D
" i a- jr
n ..... r
uo you realize mat you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today. Tor
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. ,'
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We 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 Laundry Co.
J. C. BA LDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN . WILLIAMS
PAINT Cover more,
look bett, wear long-
est. most economical,
riRST tTREIT ANO COAL AVK.
In stock. Piaster,
Lime, Cement, Paint,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALBUQUKHQUK. N. M.
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house
when lta cold. Fill your bine for
next winter now and avoid the rush.
American Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrillou Lump, the standard
heating coal. All glzea of hard coaJ-
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.
Groceries, Clgare and Tobacco, an
All Kinds of Fresh Meat.
No. 100 North Broadway.
Corner Washington Avenue.
Albuquerque, New kfexlee
No. 2, SMITH PREMIER $45.00
No. 2, SMITH PREMIER 60.00
No. 2, SMITH PREMIER, (with
No. 1, SMITH PREMIER 30.00
BAR LOCK 40.00
HAMMOND, (good as new).... 40.00
No. 1, YOST 15.00
No. 1, YOST 20.00
These machines are all In good con
dition and are bargains at those fig
ures. GEO. S. RAMSEY .
407 Wee Railroad svense.
Citizen ails bring results.
on Dental Work. Plates, $3.00;
Gold Crowns, $6.00; Fillings,
$1.00 up. Teeth extracted with,
out pain, 60c. All guaranteed.
B. F. C0PP, D. D. S.
Boom 12, N. T. Armiio Mdg.
Boardlng Horses a Specialty
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