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THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
Si Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Denies Ugly Charges Holding
Store Closes 12:30 to 2:30 durln9 THE DIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES ior c,0,e 12:30 t0 2:30 dur,no M
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Police Responsible for
AL13UQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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When you try on a pair of shoes look for two things comfort and style. You must have them
both! Either one by itself is not enough. It is easy to make a comfortable shoe; it is easy to
make a stylish shoe. But it is very difficult to combine the two. To make a styiisn snoe tna n
is comfortable is the highest art. The one shoe
that fits where all others fail is "Queen Quality."
"Queen Quality" Originates Its Own Styles
Then they are copied by other makers. If you
want to be ahead on the fashion wear "Queen
Boots $3.00 Oxfords $2.50
Special Styles 50c Extra
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IS AN OLD SAYING, MEAN
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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.
Fixtures and House Wiring a specialty.
PUMPING PLANTS OF ALL SIZES FOR IMMEDIATE DE
Estimate Cheerfully Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Co.,
STOCK - AH.l .. METAL WOOL
Dental Prices Reduced
I have reduced prices In all dental
work. Full upper or lower sets of
teeth from $8 up, according to quality.
Gold filling from $2 up. Amalgam
and all other fillings, from $1 up.
Gold crowns and bridge work at great
ly reduced prices. Appointments made
by mail. Dr. D. C. Labbe, of Chicago,
W. N. MACBETH .
Rooms 24 and 25 Barnett building.
Oldest established dentist In the v
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Closing quotations Received by Lvy
Bios., Correspondents forLogaa
ic Bryan. Harnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 84ft
American Sugar 142
Atchison, common &7
Baltimore & Ohio 114 ft
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 69
Colorado Fuel ft Iron 46
Chicago, Gieat Western, common 20
C. & O bV
Krie, common 474
Erie, first 84
Louisville & Nashville 147
Missouri Pacific 100
Mexican Central 22
New York Central 147
Keauing, common iuuvi
Rock Island, common 31
Southern Pacific bo
St. Paul 180
Southern Railway 35
Tennessee Coal & Iron 89
Union Pacific, common 130
U. S. S., common 34?s
U. S. S., pfd 104
O. & W 53
No risk Is 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 doe
J. H. O'RIELLY CO.,
Free delivery In th city. Mall oro
. era tent out the same day they ire . e
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, art
All Kinds of Fresh Meat.
No. 100 North Broadway.
Corner Wasningioo Arenas.
Albuquerque, Nw Maxle
Boa'ding Horses a Specialty
Considerable excitement was caus
ed last evening by the horses attached
to one of Calhoun Bros' dairy wagons
taken fright on Second street and run
nlng off. They turned on Copper ave
nue and collided with a wagon In
front of Trimble's red barn. Here they
became detached from the wagon and
continued their way home. The driver
was considerable bruised In the
smash up, but was able to be on duty
today. Milk was spilled along the
street for several blocks.
on Dental Work. Plates, $8.00;
Gold Crowns, $6.00; Fillings,
$1.00 up. Teeth extracted with
out pain, 50c. Ail guaranteed.
B. F. COPP, D. D. S.
Boom u, 51. T. Armijo BldJ.
N. PEACH & CO.
Real 'Estate Dealers. Moved to 208 2
West Gold Ave., ground floor.
Get our prices before you buy. We
have for a short time a few good
brick and frame houses and choice
vacant lots, on easy terms,
AT BED-ROCK PRICES.
Have vacant lots on the Highlands
from $100 to $300; $10 down, and $1
per week. This is a good investment
and will double In price in a short
time. We have renters for all classes
of buildings, but very few to rent. It
will pay you to list your property
with us. All business entrusted with
us will receive prompt attention.
Miss Ethel Flournoy, of St. Louis,
sifrter of M. W. and John C. Flournoy,
afte a short visit here, has gone to
southern California to spend the hot
days of August.
There are ginger worms and
red-pepper bugs queer board
ers that have to be looked
for, not in Schilling's Best, but
in making it. There are eggs
of these queer boarders, too
small to be killed by grinding.
Don't keep spices warm, or
'SISTINE MADONNA" COPIED
FROM RAPHAEL'S MASTER
PIECE, BY FRAULEIN RIPBER
GER'S NEEDLE, MAY BE SEEN
AT THE PORTLAND FAIR.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Aug. 3. Cattle Receipts
7,000; market steady; good to prime' full of paint had touched the picture,
steers, 15(5 5.90; poor to medium, $3.75 ! ilosell silk of various colors, laid on
Portland, Ore., Aug. 3. One of the
marvels of the a.ne is a copy of Ra
phael's i reat picture, "The Slstine
Madonna, ' done altogether In needle
work. This remarkable picture hangs
in a little room in the noithwest cor
ner of the foreign exhibits building
at the Lewis and Clark exposition.
Viewing it at a distance no one is
prepared to say that the work is not
a painting; Jn fact, the statement that
it Is needlework Is often disputed un
til the witness has approached and
felt' the texture for blmself.
The work is by Frauleln Clara Rlp
berger of Dresden, Germany, and oc
cupied seven years. Marvelous above
aH else, she executed it from memory,
having studied the painting . before
she began, and yet she has preserved
all of Its wonderful qualities, even to
the shading of the finger nails. Peo
ecoffed when It was announced that
a German girl has done the Sistlne
Madonno in needlework, but when
artists came to look they were
amazed. The spell of the original was
there the magnificent coloring, the
expressions of the faces, the plac
tioity of the draperies and the haze
of the cherubic glory. Not a brush
(ft 5.10; stockeis and feeders, $24.40;
beifers, $2.254.85; canners, $1.50
2.40; bulls, $2.504; calves, $37;
Texas fed steers, $3.76 It 5; western
steers, $3.50 4.90.
Sheep Receipts, 16,000; market was
steady; good to choice wethers, $4.50
Sj 4.85; lair to choice mixed, $44.50;
western sheep, $44.75; native lambs,
I5&7.50; western lambs, $5.507.1O.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., Aug. 3. Cattle
Receipts. 5.00(1, including 1,000 south
erns; market steady; native steers,
$3.5O4.50; southern steers, $2.25
4.(50; southern cows, $2 3.50; native
cows and heifers, $2?j5.25; stockera
and feeders, $2.5iJj 4.35; bulls, $2.15
3.75; calves, $3.50(&Q; western steers,
3.5ufi5; western cows, $2 3. 50.
Sheep Receipts, 4,000; market was
steady; muttons, $4.15'Q5.20; lambs,
$5(f6.50; range wethers, $4.50 6.25;
fed ewes, $4 & 4.40.
Chicago, Aug. 3. Closing prices:
Wheat Sop., 84'i; Deo., 86fi86.
Corn Sept., 55; Dec, 4(i14.
Oats Sept., 28; Dec, 2834.
Pork Sept., $13.40; Oft., $12.32 Vi.
Lard Sept., $7.40; Oct., $7.47V6.
Ribs Sept., $8.10; Oct., $8.iiMi.
Closing Stock Quotations.
New York, Aug. 8. Atchison, 82';
Pld., 102 ".i; N. Y. C, 1474 ; Pennsyl
vania, 143; S. P., (15; U. P., 1304;
pfd., H0H; Copper, 84; U. S. S., 35;
in stitches of various lengths, had
wrought the marvel.
A close inspection discovers an in
genuity of stitches unlike anything
ever before exhibited in the way of
embroidery. They are long, and
answer to the contour of each indi
vidual part. For Instance, In the arm
near the shoulder of the child Christ,
the stitches curve to the lieautifully
rounded flesh. In the same way. in
the folds of the draperies, the line of
stitches follow the curves.
Frauleln Ripberger had everything
to contend with. She had never stud
ied drawing and hence could only rely
on her natural talent in tracing from
a small photograph the outlines of
Raphael's picture on a canvas the full
si.p of tbe original.
The Sistine Madonna, fiom the time
It was exhibited in Dresden to St.
Louis, has won the grand pilzes for
DR. OSUNA PURCHASES
HANDSOME NEW AUTO
DID NOT OVERSTEP AUTHORITY
Chief of Police Thomas McMillln
denies the charges made today in tbe
Morning Journal, In which that paper
seeks to hold the members of tbe po
lice department responsible for the
death of Georgia Zimmerman, the
young woman who was found dead
Tuesday morning In her room in the
Chief McMillln was interviewed by
reporter to;- The Evening Citizen
today, and bfMore "making any state
ment, the officer said that he wanted
It distinctly understood that he was
placed in an embarrassing position re
garding the matter, inasmuch as
the girl was dead and could not talk.
However, I believe that I owe it to
the public, to myself and to the mem
bers of the police force, to make a
statement. 'With this view in mind,
and with no desire on my part to cast
any undue reflection on the dead girl,
I will give the public some of the
tacts, as follows:
"The statement mado that the girl
complained to certain parties that
she had been hounded persistently by
the police ever since she arrived in
the city, is not supported by facts. I
know that no member of the police
department in any way molested the
Zimmerman glu, until after she had
been In the city five weeks, or there
aiiouts. "At that time it was reported to me
that the girl in quesUon had visited
a house of prostltutlo" on several oc
casions, and the officers acted as had
been their custom in such cases, and
In accordance with the city ordinance
covering such misdemeanors as
street walking, frequenting houses of
prostitution, vagrancy, etc.
"So far as the alleged statement of
the girl, to the effect that while driv
ing through the streets in a cab on
Sunday night with her cousin, O. E.
Hancock, that the cab was followed
liy an officer, and when It stopped the
officer demanded that she pay a fine of
$10 on the charge of being a prosti
tute, and an additional $5 costs for the
trip after the money, la not true.
"The correct sto. y of the occurrence
is as follows: On Sunday night an
officer saw the girl leaving a bouse
of prostitution. He acted as the or
dinance provides in such a case, end
approaching the hack, placed the
woman under arrest. The $15 was
not paid by the woman as a fine, but
was put up by her companion, al
leging to be Q. E. Hancock, as a bond
a bond for ber appearance in police
court on Monday morning. She fail
ed to appear, and In consequence, the
bond was forfeited. Itlgtit here, it
might be well for me to say that so
far as I know or any one else knows,
this man Hancock, alleged to have
been her cousin, was not related to
her at all. "
"It has been a notorious fact that
the girl was a street walker, and bad
made remarks to men on the street
that were entirely unbecoming a laoy
and also uncalled for. The charge
made tbat the police are in tbe habit
of visiting respectable rooming
houses in the city and making in
quiries as to the character of certain
persons rooming therein, is absolutely
false. Those places that4he police
visit are rooming bouses tbat have sa
loons and wine rooms in connection
and the police watch them for the
purpose of preventing minors and
young girls from frequenting them
"It Is a well known fact that when
tbe Zimmerman girl first reached the
city, she put up at one of the leading
hotels, but only remained there a day
or so, as her conduct was such that
the proprietor found It necessary to
ask her to leave, as he feared it would
Injure the reputation of his hotel.
"If the public will but look into the
facts in the case and not lump at con
elusions, I believe they will find that
trie attempt to create a sensation out
of the suicide of Miss Georgia Zim
merman is entirely unsupported oy
"In conclusion, I wlsb to emphat
lcally deny that the officer over
stepped his authority when he ar
rested the woman, and that the mem
tiers of the police force of this city
are using their authority to hold-up
ani mulct suspected women.
"If tbe city council wants to take
the matter up and investigate the af
fair. I am. perfectly willing for them
to do so, as is every member of the
city police. This Is all I care to say
on the subject.
Partiers worth 3.25 for 2.50
" 7.50 " 6.00
" 10.00 " 7.50
Come and see us if in need
of any kind of Draperies.
305 Railroad Avenue."
MACHINE IS A TEN-HORSE POWER
STEVENS DURYEA, AND COST
THE DOCTOR $1,200.
New York,, Aug. 3. Money on call,
easy, at 2 per cent; prime mercan
tile paper, 4fi4Vi per cent. Silver,
Lead and Copper,
New York, Aug. 3. Lead, firm; un
changed; Copper, quiet; unchanged.
St. Louis Wool Market
St. I-ouis, Mo., Aug. 3. Wool mar
ket, steady; unchanged.
I.ouis, Mo., Aug.
Daniel O. Grant, owner of the Morn
ing Journal, was detained In reaching
the city. He arrived last olgbt, and
will remain here a few days.
PACKAGE GOODS FOR PICNICS
AND MOUNTAIN TRIPS.
Those contemplating picnics and
mountain nips can purchase their
lunch supplies from a fine list at the
F. F. Trotter store. Here are tome
of the goods:
Oat meal wafers, graham wafers,
I'needa biscuits, salttd fiakes, Sara
toga flakes, N. B. C. sodas, almond
lion-bons. Favorite milk crackers, na
bisco wafers, social teas, sugar
creams, cracknells, ginger wafers,
snaps, fruit sandwiches, lady's fingers,
royal toa.st. Zwieback, uneeda ginger
wafers, water thin biscuits, butter
thin biscuits, brownie cakes, pretzels,
and many others.
Also lunch baskets, all shapes and
sizes, for lunch parties,
F. K. TROTTER,
122-124 South Second street.
Dr. Kllglo Ostina, the well known
physician and surgeon of this city, has
just purchased a handsome, ten-horse
power Sti vens Duryea runabout. The
machine arrived yesterday from Den
ver, and cost, laid down in Albuquer
Last uigbt the machine was taken
out for a trial trip, and tne doctor be
ing somewhat Inexperienced in han
dling automobiles, R. L. Dodson, of
the AlUiqiierque Cycle and Arms com
pany, who Is an expert chaffeur, ac
comian:ed htm to teach him the vari
ous workings of the auto.
This Is the fourth automobile to
be owned by Albuquerque parties, and
shows tbat the horseless canlage is
becoming popular in this city, and that
people are getting extremely metro
IKditan. Dr. Osuna will use the machine Jn
making his professional calls and also
NEW WATER PLANT
AT MENAUL SCHOOL
HAS A CAPACITY OF 500 GALLONS
A MINUTE. AND WILL SUPPLY
WATER FOR DOMESTIC AND IR
Subscribe for Tbe Cltlien and set
A new water plant has Just been
completed at the Menaul Mission
school in this city, which baa a ca
pacity of 5uo gallons a minute, and
which will supply the school with
water for domestic and irrigation pur
poses. The installation of the plant cost
the school in the neighborhood of
$3,000. Uy the installation of this
water plant the school will be able to
raise a garden and experiment in K"
culture to a certain extent, In add!
tion to keeping a pretty lawn about
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dram Laying
IS IT7 WELL, WE GUESS! WHEN
IT COMES RIGHT DOWN TO GIV
ING GENUINE VALUE FOR EVERY
DOLLAR YOU SPEND FOR PLUMB
ING, THERE IS NO ONE AHEAD OF
US. IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE
SWIM, GET GOOD, ENDURING
WORK AND 8AVE MONEY, WE
ARE THE PEOPLE TO SEE.
J. L. Bell Co.
122 WE ST SILVER A VENUB
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
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The Colorado Telephone Company.
Room IS, N. 1. Armijo Building.; S
Do you realize that you can gt b
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. '
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish I
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.
1 Imperial Laundry Co.
J. C. BALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN . WILLIAMS
PAINT Cover more,
look best, wear long
est, most economical,
riRBT STREET AND COAL AVE.
In stock. Plaster,
Lime, Cement, Paint,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
THAT THERE WILL BE NOTHING
DOING ON THIS SIDE DURING
To The Cltizon.
I bog to advise the pul.lic, through
your columns, that the evening street
attractions during the week of the ter
ritorial fair, promise to be the most
elaJrfnate ever witnessed lu the city.
Along Ilailroad avenue, from First
street to Fourth street, and on Sec
ond street, from Railroad to Silver
avenue, there will ue a continuous
hurrah each evening, from 8 until 11
o'elK'l(, consisting of marching bands,
red fire, Indian spoils, cowbow rid
ing, foot racing, soldiers drilling, etc..
and furthermore, everything In the
way of attractions are to be absolutely
tree. No tents or bide shows are to
be allowed on the -street.
The lnteutlon, alao. Is to rope Ilail
road avenue eveiy evening between
tho hours mentioned, so that every
body can have an opportunity of wlt
neBslng the fports from the side
walks. U. K. U. SELLERS.
SILVER CITY IS PROSPEROUS
T. L. I.owe, assistant cashier of the
National bank of Silver City, N. M.,
is In the territorial metropolis today
on business aud pleasure. He will re
turn south tonight, Mr. Ixiwe was a
pleasant caller at this olllce during
the day, and reported that mining ac
tivity down in (J rant county is making
many old prospectors and miners
seek the mountains, as they did
tew years ago. lit also reported that
Silver City Is In, a prosperous condi
tion, and that the merchants are pre
paring themselves for a big fall and
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. Cerrillos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Oreea
Mill wood. $2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'8 COAL YARD.
Auto Phone. 416. Colo. Phone, 45.
A C. BILICKC JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Rattaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ans 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. Ladlee.and children welcome.
All Depot cars stop at the H ollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach care pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
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.
O. H. BR1GGS & CO.,
Props. Alvarado Pharmacy
1H STREET and OOLO AVE.