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AIJIUQUEUQUK KVKNLNO CITIZEN
FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1905.
THE K AID, HIS SPANISH WIFE AND THEIR PRETTY
DAUGHTER, WHO NOTICED NAUGHTY THINGS
SULTAN OF MOROCCO'S SCOTCH COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF SECURED A DIVORCE ON MISS HEBE'S TEST
IMONY AND THAT OF OBSERVANT NATIVE SERVANTS SIR HARRY MACLEAN'S GUEST WAS AT
TENTIVE TO GIRL, BUT LOVED THE MOTHER.
Py Harry O. Former.
Ixmilnn, Auk. 11. In a pi:nrsrt,
trial. Kali! Sir Harry Mar-lean, Scotch
commander In chief of the fultnn of
Morocco's army, has Just secured a
divorce from his vivacious wife. His
chief witness was his beautiful
daughter. Ilrbo, 20, who was herself
In love with tho co-respondent, Spen
cer 1 owls Mortimer. Miss Maclean,
however, became convinced that his
attentions were a blind to aliav sus
picion during his frequent visits to
the kald'it home at Tancior.
The Kaid's trust In his wife never
wavered until his daughter inform
ed him that Mortimer was in reality
thp lover of her mother.
Lady Mac enn Is a Smnlard of an
animated disposition. Mortimer was
an officer in the Ilritish garrison at
the Rock. The two pave each other
presents, among the Kifts of I.ady
Maclean to her lover being a magnifi
cent white Aral) charger. Mortimer's
visits to the knld's limine wore con
stant. ' "f the k.iid met him only once,
tie heir- - mrv-t nf the time busy with
tils duties :i V . Vi-'s Maclean be
lieved Mortimer was In love with her.
but occasionally grew Jealous, and pile
once wrote to Mortimer:
"My Parling Spen. Where are you
darling. How are you? Not having
heard from you makes me think you
have traveled to some far land. 1
wish you. dear heart, were here. I
should tell a lot of things Into your
cars, and give them a tiny wee bite
and a kiss to ere them afterwards. 1
hope, my sweet, when you do come,
you will Vindly remember not to make
me Jealous airaln, for, my darling. It
hurts. I feel in a very wicked little
mood, o I had better end before I
shock my Spcn."
Very Very Loving.
Moorish servants at th kaid's
house testified, after taking their oath
on the koran. that T.ady Maclean and
Mortimer were very loving, and that
at the dinner table Mortimer used to
put food Into I.ady Maclean's mouth.
One of the servants said he had seen
I-ady Maclean en dlsliabi.le, one
morning, through her balcony window,
while behind her stood Mortimer.
Garbed in Pajamas.
The most dramatic part of the cas
was related by Miss Maclean, who.
by this time, had become somewhat
auspicious. One night Miss Maclean
after going to bed, remembers that
he had not said good night to her
mother. She walked down the corri
dor to her mother's room and knocked
at the door, but received no answer.
She then tried the door and found it
KAII Slli HAilliY MACLHAX.
by 1 .
After more knocking the door
opened. I.ady Maclean told
r) luck to bed. "You cannot
" !).- .inse it is dark," added
ri t.ow was certain
wrong, and, urged on
f i fho, lings, resolved
vigil. stjuing in a
rv:iy of her own room
(: down the corriil T
(- s'ie heard su'.kIik'.I
t' e was sure eatne
rh"n dawn broke.
the dressing room door was eausious
ly opened, and out peeped the head of
the co-respondent. Seeing Miss Mac
lean in the corridor. Mortimer hastily
i withdrew, hut a little while after re-
peated the opeiation with the s:ime re
sit. t. Then Miss Maclean took mat
ters Into her own h'trt'ls. and visited
Mortimer's room, which she found
empty and the bed umdept in.
A sctie followed between mother
and daughter, r.nl .V !i Maclean lm
P'ored her r.iother to a -ml Mortimer
avay, but 1 ;niy 7.!;ic':enn vfused, as
serting that her daughter was mad.
Then .Miss Macle.m revealed every
t'.it:',' to her father, writing to him,
"My own darling fpther. I r.m sorry
to y.ty that in; it 't r r Is a thoroughly bad
b I hao p.eticed many things that
have caused me a great deal of worry
and made lite Hi. God knows what I
have gone through."
The kaid came to Tangier and be
gan his suit for divorce.
OLD AND NEW CIVILIZATIONS
TOUCH ELBOWS AT CAVITE, P. I.
'-fll4'":''"''t- " --t ' ; ' -
mmmmmnmuiu n i iumwiu
the navy yard at cavite.
massive Modern improvements contrast with relics of
the past at uncle sam's naval station in the orient.
"GUGUS" ARE GREAT WORKERS AND THEY ARE KEPT BUSY.
Special Correspondence to Citizen:
Monila, Aug. 11. The uaval station
at Cavlte, 7,mi(I miles from ttie Uuted
Kttes. and seven miles across the
bay from Manila, is the only naval sta
the Spaniard had built repair shops,
ship railways and foundries, wnleh
formed the nucleus of the present
plant. To this equipment have been
added pattern and boat shops, mod-
tkm in the Orient, and with the greaein machinery, wharves riullieient to
Importance assumed by the t'nu-j construct gunnoais. or repair uatue
Ippines, due to the present Itusso-, ships.
Japanese war, it has become neces- There are some 3,ne0 Filipno work
earv gteatly to enlarge it, A stailon , nien in the station, whose wages are
la being built at Olongapo, in the deep , nt one-half the amount paid an enual j J
waters at Sublg Jiay. At Cavite, the numlier of workmen in America, and ' '..
larger ships cannot go alongside tue in some cases one native does ttie
docks, the battleships having to an- work of two ordinary men. These lit-
cnor a mile outside, while at Olonpapoj tie brown
thpv nill be able to steam up to the
Originally Cavte was a Spanish
tort. Gaulaloupe, and the oil smooth
bore guns still bristle from the white
washed casemates. Inside the fort
MECHANIC AND COFFEE.
The Old Coffee Troubles Left When
"Sincu imittinir coffee I am hearty
,.n nt f,:i iind no to in v work statue
AUU " V- ' v
every day and feel stronger and better
In every way than I u.-ed to when 1
was considerably younger.
"I am a mechanic and have been a
preat lover of coffee and used it all
my life until a few months ago when
I made up my mind that it was hurt
ing me. 1 suffered from const itpation,
Indigestion and kidney troubles and
I used to Moat up and "have pains In
"Something had to be done, and I
quit coffee, the old kind, I mean, and
began to use Tost urn Food Coffee. In
a few weeks 1 was a well man again.
My bowels became regular, my food
digested comfortably, the bloating
pains In my back no longer troubled
me and my kidneys resumed healthy,
normal action. That improved condi
tion remains. I am sure I owe it to
I'ostum Coffee, for 1 have used no
"1 like Pnstum much better than
the old kind. It seems to be more
satisfying and I and my whole family
drink it morning, noon and night. This
la my honest statement of what I'os
turn has done for uie." Name given by
post um Co., Iiattle Creek, Mich.
There's a reason.
Get the little book, "The Road to
Wellvllle," In every package.
SHJ'o VF..ldf,fl,dia5etaoln shrdlu lnin
nadnock, Wisconsin, Raleigh and El
t'ano, ail of tne Asiatic squalron, for
all classes of ships.
An Insular force like the American
state naval militia is being formed,
an 1 the Filipinos rapidly become good
sailors. The sailing ship Hanger has
hen detailed as a training ship for
.ear the Cavite yard lives Aguin
ahlo's mother, an important person
age among the natives, although "Ag
! gy" has dropped to zero in the lner
I curial atfections of his people. An
I other quaint figure long Identified
with the navy yard, is the venerable
;, who letl his profession as
a Kowloon pi: ate, to become Admiral
liewey's tailor. The Ameriean ad-
., t.-,.t ll.,,r !.'.,. t.l l.itl.r
nH.-gUga"-rea,lilyi ; sln , a-
chines, with which to equip the olli-eei-i
of the Ibet, who had worn out
their white suits in long service
..u.iat. I lie May old Chinaman lound
this so pleasant that he also attempt
ed to In i it iu several boxes of opium
for his exiled countrymen, thereby
avoiding the heavy duty, and leaping
a rh h harvest, but iu this he avers,
lapf themselves to American tools!
ami methods, and in a temperature i
of lei) li grees they work from 7 a.'
tn. to 5 p. in., requiring little food ori
wti'.-r. but smoking Innumerable cig-j
The historic fl :ure of El Sano, the'
iieb fat iga! le ex plorer, second In com-1
m a ii 1 to Magelhin. who discovered the '
rnniiipines. statMs near the main
building of the yard. Amusing was
the attempt to move this 'historic
to a mo: i' suitable tdace unon
the Ameriean oeiupntion of the sta
tion. The practical sailor's i ye per-:0,
ceived that it would require a derrick!
with a heavy four-fold purchase to
life the immense bronze, and this was
rigged after many days' work. When
the crew of sailors began to heave on
the cable the figure shot up into the
air like a balloon It was of wood,
covered with bronze paint.
Along side the wharves, pood
American ships like the Wilmington,
Monterey mid Monadnoek have as
berthmates the l'anipanga. liasco and
Villalobos. These gunboats won last
ing fame In the troubled days when
the Filipino Insurgents changed from
ally to enemy. They boldly steamed
in uncharted waters, up unknown riv-
eis, boiubarduitr hostile camps, burn
ing the enemy's supplies, and begrt
ting a wholesome respect for the
American flag. When unfortunate
enough to run aground or break down
from constant service, they limped
back to Cavite to refit.
Since lit wcy cut the cable to Ma
nilla, much of the red tape Incident
to navy yards repairs in the east rnas
been severed and the Important work
goes on under the supervision of few
officers. That the repairs are thor
ough and the ships kept in prime con
dition Is shown by the winning of
the gunnery prizes by the Oregon, Mo-
j hi' had "inuehee velly poor luck
BAMBINI HAS OPENED
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST
I have opened a merchant tailoring
establishint nt upstairs over No. SOU
West Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage of tho general, public.
Suits made too order. Clothes cleaned
pressed and repaired. The specific I
use will not injure the cloth. Ladies'
garments also cleaned, and walking
skirts made to order. Fit guaranteed.
Have had 13 years' experience In
this city. Give tne a trial.
The Only Way.
There is no way to maintain the
health and strength of mind anil liody
except by nourishment. There Is no
way to nourish except through the
stomach. The stomach must be kept
healthy, pure and sweet or the
strength will let down and disease
will set up. No appetite, loss of
strength, nervousness, headache, con
stipation, bad breath, sour risings,
rifting, indigestion, dyspepsia and all
stomach troubles that are curable are
quickly cured by the use of Kodol
liyepepsia Cure. Kodol dlgesti what
you cat and strengthens tho whole
Musical Stock Co.
A Thursday. Friday and Sat- II
uMay Evenings. Ii
UlU 1 I 111 W VUUUWVI1IW
S Sunday. Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday W
Admission .. .. 15c and 25c
Res rved seats on sale? at O.
A. Matron's, 202 West Kail
roa I avenue.
Gariens open every after
noon. Admission, free, ex
cept during matinees. Re
freshments served by uni
Mati'iee Sunday at 3 p. tn.
OOId Time Vaudeville j
Admission 15c V
0 A S 1 1 0
All kinds of fresh and salt
Meats. Steam Sausage Factory.
MASONIC BUIDING. N. THIRD ST
B. A. SLEYSTEJ3
ROOM 5, CROMWELL BLOCK.
Autumatic Telephone, 171.
JmoKc the White Lily Cigr
113 1.2 W. Railroad Ave.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
n accessor to nailing iJros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we
guarantee first class, baking
-hi b. First Street, Albuquerque
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
.. One gallon Devoes' Paint covers.
. . 300 square feet two coats.
LEATHER, HARNESS. SAuDLES. ETC.
405 V. KAILROAI) AVK
LIVERY. SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules bought and exchang
ed. Address W. L. Trimble - Co..
Albuquerque, New Mexico
IJKST TUUNorrr.-) IN
SECOND STREET. BETWEEN RAILROAD
AND COPPER AVENUES.
DR. J. E, KRAFT.
Rooms 15 and 16 Grant Mock, over
the Golden Rule Dry Oooda Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. 8.
No. 3( HatlroRd avenue Otrice hours
tat) a. m. to Xi.tm p. m.; 1.30 p. m. to 6
p. m. Telephone Mil. Appointments made
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL AU
GUST 23. '
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORN Kr-AT-I, AW. Albuqunrque.
N. M. Prompt attention given to all
bUKlnesa pertaining to the profeiislon.
Will practice In ai courts of the terri
tory and before the United Htntea in ml
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORN ET-AT-LAW, 32 F etreet, N.
W., Washington, u. v,. pensions, lands,
patents, copyrights, cavlats, letter pat-
mug mama, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Albuquerque,
N. M. OlBce, Firs., national llank build
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY -AT-lvAW, Office Crom
well block, Albm jerque, N. M.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORNKV-AT-I.AW. Kult. id M t
Armlto tinllilinn. Alhuqtirqti, N. M.
V TV R rirtr, ,r. ft a tr r w in -
Albuquerque, N. M. lloth 'phones.
CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER.
A. L, Morgan.
CONTRACTOR IVIl urilnrD
mntPn chnerfully furnished; Job work'no
liclted. Automatic 'rhone Tii: Hh.m an
North hecond street. Albuquerque. N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.
OsteOUathlG nhvufelnn or,t en
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
path. All diseases successfully
treated. Offliee Darnett htilldlne.
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Uoth tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronaon.
Room 17. Whttln Block.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. 3.
Veterinary surgeon nr. I itetitlat
Horses, cattle and lo?s ;r- atod by
the latest, un to dale. a :i oved. sci-
ntitle methods. Olllce a- Trimbles'
stables. Old nhone. 3: auto.. 122.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium, 120
South Arno street. Office hours: 10
to 3 dally. Evenings and Sundays by
The original Spanish hair tonic.
Hennoso pelo, (beautiful hair.) Posf
tively stops falling hair In one applica'
t.ion; cures dandruff always, and la a
perfect dressing for gentlemen and
lauies' hair. For sale at 50 cents per
bottle. Agents wanted. 410
South Edith street.
Albuquerque, N. M
410 South Edith street. ,
Of Albuquerque Business Colleae.
In addition to regular work we will
nave Review Classes for teachers' cer
Mflrates, high school, graded school,
nd Snanlsh courses. Opens Monday,
l eu weeks for $10. for any course.
For further particulars address
RAMSAY &. ALLMAN,
Gleckler .Block, Corner Fourth street
and Gold Avenue.
A. W. HAYDEN
OFFICE AND FACTORY
412 West Copper Avenue
Phones, Auto. 108; Colo., Black 265.
Rankin 8c Co.
Automatic Phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armijo Building.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail.
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Manager.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C. Ualdrldge'g Lum
MRS. C. GRANNIS.
Invites you to Inspect her fine line
of fancy goods, Hardanger, French
and wool embroideries, Battenburg
and crocheted goods, sofa pillows, tea
cloths, collars and cuffs and Batten
burg patterns, baby caps, Afghans
and opera shawls, ladles' fine under
wear made to order Rnd children's
clothing a speciality. Room 3G, Bar
nett building, Albuquerque. N. M.
Public Is Aroused.
The public Is arounsfd to a knowledge
of the curative merits of thnt great meil
lrnl tunic, Electric Hitters, for siek sii.-n-nch,
liver and kidneys. Mary H. Wal
ters of Mfi St. 'lalr avenue, Columbus,
'bin, writes: "For several months I wae
Riven up to die. I hml fever and ague,
in V nerves were wrecked; 1 could nut
sleep, and my stomnrh was so weak
from useless doctors' dines thnt f could
not eat. goon after beidnninsr to take
i:ieotrle Milters 1 obtained relief, and In
a short time I was entirely cured." Guar
anteed at all drug stores. Price S0.
I TRY OUR
S Fresh Meats and Sausages .
A Specially Fine Line t
8 207 West Gold Aveune
Q BOTH f HONES
. Mrs. Owm Dlndal0, frop't.
no CURE the LUNGS
I biut-at and Uuickcut Curt for all
I THROAT and LUNG TBOUB-
IK3, or M0NE1 BACK.
Albuquerque, - New Mexico
CAPITA,. AND SURPLUS $100,000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N, M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMODATION AND
SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier'
wm. Mcintosh solomon luna george arnot
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors:
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS.... President
M. W. FLOURNOY,...Vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
W. W. WOODs Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. 8. DEPOSITORY.
Capital, Surplus and
Depository for At
chison, Topeka and
Bant F Railway
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.
O. N. MARRON, President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier.
D. A. McPHERSON, Vice Pres.
ROY McDONALD, Asst. Cashier.
I. H. COX, Manager.
Iron Pipe, Iron Pipe Fittings, Brass Fittings and Valves, Steam and
Hot Water Heating and Gas Fitting. A full line of bath room fix
tures and supplies. Storer Gasoline Engines.
412 W. Railroad Ave.
AUTO. 'PHONE, 671. COLO.,2Ct.
g "OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1878
L. B. PUTNEY
WHOLESALE GROCER !
M Carries the Largest and Most Extensive Stock
h Staple Groceries In the Southwest.
Flour, Grain and Provisions.
Farm and Freight Wagons
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M- 2
W are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We us first
class material and employ competent workmen which Justl
flea us In giving you a positive guarantee. Our prices will
compare favorably with responsible competition.
LAUG11L1N HVIMILIC STONE COMPANY
AUTOMATIC PIIOXK 711
St. ic ae
SANTA FE, N. M.
The Forty-Seventh Year
BEGINS SEPT. 4, 1905