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ALKUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
OF CLEANED WOOL
GRAND PARADE ON
Most Elaborate Display of
Flowers, Brass and Tinsel
Ever Seen in Southwest
LIBERAL PRIZES FOR FLOATS
NEW COUNTY OFFICIALS
Has Been the Work' of Albu
querque Scouring Mills
For Spring Season.
PROBABLE CLEAN-IP 5,000,000
Expected That Tomorrow
Ousted Officers Will be
Asked to Vacate.
O. F. C.
EXCITEMENT ENTIRELY SL'BDLED
BOTTLED IN BONL.
f RIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1905.
CELEBRATED ' f"
The Albuquerque Wool Scouring
mills will close a ve:y successful sea
son's run on next Tuesday, .lames
Wilkinson, mananer of the mills, said
this morning that the clean-up of the
spring clip, which lias been In pro
press night and day for the past four
months, amounted to 2,;oo,0o0 pounds,
75.0(i(l pounds more than was cleaned
at the Albuquerque mills last year for
the same season. The wool this year
Is of much longer fiber and After than
last year, and it has been plowing no
ticeably belter for several years. Trie
wool clip from flocks owned by na
tives Is especially better, and Mr.
Wilkinson accounts for this by the
fact that, the native shep men are
taking more interest in late years in
improving their flocks.
The fall clip will begin coming In
shortly and the (all inn of the scour
ing mills- will begin October 1. Mr.
Wilkinson estimated that the fall run
of the mills would amount to approxi
mately l.SDO.ooi) pounds, making a
cleanup for tlie year of practically
HALLINA MORGAN WINS IN
GREAT RACE AT GALESBl'RG
SIX THOUSAND PEOPLE CHEER
NEW MEXICO MARE TO VIC
TORY IN HOTEL STAKE STRAN
GER O. TIED.
I i all in a Morgan, owned by Joe Bar
netl of this city, proved the sensation
at the opening day's races on Tues
day of the U.eat Western Trotting
and Pacing meet at Galeshurg, 111.
Six thousand people cheered IheNew
Mexico mare to victory in the Hotel
stake for 3-year-old pacers, the chief
event on the program.
The plucky little mare won her race
In three straight heats. Time, 2:141,a,
2:10'i and 2:ls'4- There were tour
oiluv starters, but accounts of the
race show that the Albuquerque mare,
driven by Trainer F. A. Frost, won
with case. Frost is spoken of as hav
ing driven a magnificent race.
Yesterday at the Galeshurg meet
ing, Stranger O. was tied for first
place in the 2:0!) pace and this tie
was scheduled to be run off this af
The great western trotting and pne
ing circuit, of which the Galeshurg as
sociation is a member, draws some
of the fastest horses in the country
and hangs up the largest purses.
When this is taken Into consideration,
It can be seen that the St. Elmo stable
has in its string some of the bdst
bred horses In the count ryi
Mr. llainett is now at Galeshurg
with Tils horses and Is not In the city
as hus been stated. Next week he will
take .hia. horses to Lincoln, Neb.
where they will be raced.
F. A. HUBBELL MAKES
BIG SALE OF LAMBS
SELLS BETWEEN 17,000 AND 18,000
FOR A SUM SAID TO BE CLOSE
Frank A. Huhhell. of this city, one
of the most extensive sheep raisers
of New Mexico and whose sheep
range in southwestern Socorro county
has just affected a sale of lambs born
this spring. The animals are to be
de.ivereu in October at the railroad
station at Magdalena and will num
be.- between seventeen and eighteen
The lambs are now in prime condi
tion and it is expected will be in still
better shape at the time of the deliv
ery and will then average between
sixty-five and seventy pounds. Al
though the pi ice has not been made
public, it i:- understood to be over
four cents per pound. Even at four
cents the sale will bring Mr. Huhhell
the handsome sum of about $50,000.
AT THE CASINO
The Wade Musical company drew
another one of those big houses at the
Casino last night. The pretty opera
"Fernanda" formed the leading part
of the program. Miss Hutchison and
Mr. Wade, with other members of the
company, appearing strong in the
leading characters, while Mr. Taylor
and Miss Kitty Nice sang beautifully.
There was the same pleasing "Zobo"
band and the usual numerous appear
ances of this unique musical organi
zation demanded by the enthusiastic
audience with applause. Miss Nice
received three curtain calls on her
song, "The three back seats for smok
ers." "Fernanda" will be the bill the re
mainder of the week.
A grand street parade wKl be one of
the features of the Twenty-fifth Ter
ritorial fair. It will occur on the fore
noon of Thursday, Albuquerque day,
and will be one of the most elaborate
displays of flowers, brass and tinsel
ever seen in the southwest. Two brass
bands will render martial music,
while many beautiful floats, each vie
log with the others for the cash prizes
offered by the fair association, numer
ous private turnouts,, the city fath
ers in carriages, the city fire depart
ment and a wide diversity of vehi
cles follow in the procession .
For the best float the fair associa
tion has offered a cash prize of $3J.
For the second best float $23.
Hest decorated private vehicle $23.
Second best private vehicle $13.
Hest decorated float by secret so
ciety or lodge $50.
Second best float by secret society
or lodge $23.
P. F. McCanna has charge of the
parade and the reputation Mr. Mc
Canna has established by successes
on former occasions assures the suc
cess of this pageant feature of the
The prizes offered are very liberal
and well worth trying for, especially
in the case of the lodges, as it will be
an excellent advertising feature. This
parade business should be given the
immediate attention of all concerned.
HOCK - MONEY METAL WOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
B.os., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Harnett Building.
New York, Sept. 1. The market to
day closed lower all around, while the
decline was not as severe and as far
reaching as yesterday, but It reflects
some liquidation and a bearing ele
ment. ( all money rates were somewhat
firmer and the tendency was toward
an unsettled maiket. Trade, gener
ally speaking, is In a nervous and un
settled state. This fact is quite ap
parent to the bear traders, who are
taking every advantage of 'it.
So far fls they go, Schilling's
Best take doubt and difficulty
out of getting your table
"York State Folks."
There were mutual greetings at the
Elks' o'x-r:i house last night. "York
State Folks" were greeted by a very
will filled house, and the audience
was greeted with a performance
which exceeded Its fondest hopes.
Those who have seen "Down East," a
pastoral pby of enviable success,
would readl.v i .cognize "York Stare
Folk.i" as its ri.u.iterpart.
Every member of this company is
an artist. Especially was last night's
laU'lienci- ill awn to the principals, Ma
rion Cooper, C:i:ifi"terized by Adel
beet Knott. Simon Peter Martin, by
I.. J. I.oriiig, a d Jennie Cooper, by
Miss Khea .Vivm.
Miis Acton's .ill,- earri.'d her into
many ukwunl mol difficult situations,
but she cleared tli'in cleverly, and
"York State Folks'' as given last night
was tears and finik'E from beginning
to end. The author used a wide di
versity of characters, many human
dispositions, in his composition of the
play, and It Is o.ulie thoroughly inter
preted by this company.
In the late trading the entire list
sold off quite shhrply and the market
closed practically at the bottom. Quo
Amalgamated Copper S2'4
f . .... i .
inn le-tiu oiigar 4
Atchison, common S!)
Atchison, pfd 1(15
Baltimore &. Ohio 111
Brooklyn Rapid T:ansit t8s
Colorado Fuel & Iron : . . 43
Chicago, Great Western, com.... 21
C. & O ; 646
Erie, common .- 4!)
Erie, first 82Vi
Louisville & Nashville 1 48 14
.Missouri Pacific 104
Mexican Central 23
New York Central ltSi
Rock Island, commort .....'.
Hock island, ptd
Republic iron & Steel, com.
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd.
Tennessee Coal & Iron
. 20 U
Union Faclfle, common 130
U. S. S., common 3t
.If. S. pfd 103
Wabash, common 21
Wabash, pfd ?1
Wisconsin Central, common .... 29
Wisconsin Central, pfd 58"i
Western Union , !t3;4
IT. S. Leather, common 42
O. & W., common 53
Greene Copper 24 !4
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, Sept. 1. Cattle Receipts,
2,500; market steady; good to prime
Steers. S5.5U(Q 6.&0: noor to mprlhim
$4g5.25; stockeis and feeders, $2.25
?M.2o; cows, $2.25!ff4.50; heifers,
$2.25?j5; canners, $1.50ri 2.40; bulls,
$2.204i4: calves. ts.TAifanz- Tom
fed steers, $3.504.G0; western steers,
Sheen Receipts. 6.000: market was
steady: good to choice
5.40; fair to choice .mixed ti PRiff)
4.75; western sheep. $55.40; native
lambs, $5.504j8; western lambs, $6
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo.. Sent. 1. Cattle-
Receipts, 3,000; market steady; native
steers, $4 6.10; southern steers,
$2.75(g3.75; southern cows, $1.75fr
2.50; native cows and heifers. tl.TBGi'
5; stockers anil feeders. I2.75fi4:
bulls, $2fi"3.23: calves, $3f(6; western
steers, $3,251 '-75; western cows,
Sheep Rifelpts, l.OoO; market
strong; muttons. $ i.35(?( 5.50 ; lambs,
.T.-'fi 7. 1'; run 120 weihers, $1.5oft
"; K 1 ewe.-, $:; r.o ji 4.S5.
FHFSH EVEUv r)AY
'Mother was lucky" papa bought a
MEET KNIGHT'S MIONIfiHT RUN
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Freh Cut Flower.
Scrofula, salt rheum, ehvsinrlas and
other distressing eruptive diseases
Vipl.l nilifL-lv mwl ml-Tll o nrn 1 in
cleansing, purifying power of Hurdock
The excitement caused yesterday
by the decision of Governor Otero or
drilng the removal from ottlce of
Treasurer and Collector F. A. llubbell,
Sheriff T. S. Hubbell and County Su
perintendent Of Schools Eslavio Vigil,
has quieted down. The removal, how
ever, was the chief topic of conversa
tion on the streets today and much
speculation Is being Indulged In as to
what the final outcome will be,
The newly appointed olllcials re
ceived their commissions last night.
The commissions were sent to Albu
quoique by a private messenger of
the governor, and today they were
busy securing their bonds.
Perfecto Arniijo, who has been ap
pointed to succeed Sheriff T. S. Hub
bell, who was removed, announced
this afternoon that he had secured
his liond. The signers are Jesus M.
Sandoval, of Cor. ales, and Andres
Romero, the Gold avenue butcher. Mr.
Arniijo does not take up the duties
of the sheriff's office entirely unac
quainted with them, as he was appoint
ed sherifT of Uernalillo county In 18S1
to fill out the unexpired term of an of
ficial who had been removed. He was
then elected sheriff for three consec
utive terms. Later, he served as as
sessor for one term and has served
as a member of the board of alder
men of the city of Albuquerque.
A. R. SI roup, the new superintend
ent, informed a Citl.rn reporter this
afternoon that he would furnish a
surety company bond for the approval
of the board of county commissioners.
Mr. St roup has served as superintend
ent of the city schools, and just re
Justo R. Arniijo, the newly appoint
ed treasurer, it is announced, will
also furnish a surety bond. Mr. Ar
niijo has held offices of trust in Ber
nalillo county before. He has served
as probate clerk, county commissioner
and his last political office was that of
postmaster of Albuquerque.
All Quiet at Court House.
A Citizen reporter visited the court
house this aftorifbon. Sheriff Hubbell
was at wo k in his oflice and there
was no outward evidence of any sort
to Indicate that anything out of the
ordinary hnd taken -place. Mr. Hub
bell stated that he did not know what
the outcome would be.
"I don't know, but I expect the now
sheriff will probably visit the court
house In the morning anil demand that
the office be turned over to him," said
Mr. Hubbell. Further than this, he
Kslavio Vigil, county superintend
ent, was sitting In his office eon vers
ing with a Mend. 'When asked what
he Intended to do, Mr. Vigil said:
'Well, I am waiting. But then I do
not Intend to turn over my office until
I am ordered by the court to do so
I reasurer Hubbell was not In hi
office, but J." J.' Sheridan, deputy col
lector and treasurer was there. Mr
Sheridan declined to majie any state
Official Findinqs and Orders.
The following Is the finding, decia
ion and executive order In the case
against Thomas S. Hubbell:
Executive Office Santa Fe. N. M.
In the matter of the charges against
Thomas S. Hubbell, sherifT of Berna
illlo county, before the governor of
New Mexico findings and decision
This matter having been heretofore
submitted to me upon the charges
made, the answer of respondent, the
evidence presented, and the oral argu
nients and written briefs of counsel
alter careful examination and consid
eration, I find that the said Thomas
S. Hubbell is guilty of all of said
chaiges except those numbered 1 to
o, and 5 to 10, inclusive, which are
not proved, and that his continuance
in his oflice would make it impossible
for me to discharge the duty imposed
upon me ly the legislation of con
Kress, that I "shall take care that the
laws be faithfully executed."
w nerejore. in virtue of the power
and authority vested by law In me a
governor of New Mexico, I do hereby
vacate the commission of the said
1 nomas S. Hubbell as sheriff of the
county of Bernalillo, in the territory
01 iew Mexico, and I do hereby re
move mm from nis said oflice.
Done at tne executive office, this.
the 31st day of August, A. D. 1905.
Witness my hand and the great
seal or the territory of New Mexico,
MIGUEL A. OTERO.
Governor of New, Mexico.
iiy tne Governor:
J. V. RAYNOLDS, Secretary of New
In the other two cases, the findings
and orders are similar, except, that in
the case against Frank A. Hubbell
I find that the said Frank A. Hub
bell Is guilty of each and all of said
charges, and that his continuance in
hU office would make it impossible for
me to discharge the duty Imposed
upon mo iiy the legislation of con
gress, that I "shall take care that the
laws be faithfully executed."
in the case against Eslavio Vigil
1 :iey say:
"I hnd that, the said Eslavio Vigil
is guilty of each and all of said
cuarges, and that his continuance in
his office would make It imiiossihle
lor me to discharge the duty Imposed
upon me t.y Tne legislation of con
gress, that I 'shall take care that the
laws i,e faithfully executed.'"
MEET KNIGHT's""mIDNIGHT SUN
THE GEO. T, STAGG CO.,
1 s J '
In " Queen QtiAlity" Shoes the fj V
empfusis comes on the tvord t31jr ''0 K 1
"Fir." "Queen Quality" fits LJiW fi
the foot others do sometimes jfQir J
$30 Mf J
Some Special Style LD Jy' 1
$3.50 nSr ' t""'' ftl
J ytfri- Hit
I Satisfying Shoes s
m If the word "Satisfaction" can ever be applied to shoes,
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerp, New Mexico
Established In 1882.
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods,
Jas. Heekin & Co' s Coffees, lm-
Doden's Granite Flour. , .
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
214 South Second Street.
Hillsboro Creamery Butter Best on
on Dental Work. Plates, $3.00;
Gold Crowns, $6.00; Fillings,
$1.00 up. Teeth extracted with,
out pain, 50c. All guaranteed.
' rv s ... - "ti.,
F. C0PP, D. D.
Buom N. T. Armijo Bldg.
If the word "Satisfaction" can ever be applied to shoes,
it is to "Queen Quality." "Queen Quality" Shoes give you
Satisfaction, and Satisfaction is the back-bone of all the virtues.
Fit Reputation Style
a transfusion of excellencies each the better for the other, and you
find them all in ' Queen Quality." It is the one shoe that has absolutely
satisfied over a million critical, discriminating women. It will satisfy you.
We ask the pleasure of demonstrating this.
We have the sole right of sale.
GOLDEIi RULE DRY GOODS GO.
The territorial fair its comin';
You'll see who keeps things rollin'
Ail haulin, sprinklin' will'he done
Hy the AlluKiuerqiie Transfer men.
Mae hall at Traction nark Sunrlav
ami Monday. Santa Fe Centrals v.
tile MfllltO)! ItrOU'llD (uno uil I.e.
called at 3:0 o'clock.
Subscribe for The Evening Citizen.
Bodily pain loseg Its terror if you've
a bottle of Dr. Thomas' Kclectrlc Oil
in the house. Instant relief in cases
of burns, cuts, sprains, accidents of
WHO ARE THE KNIGHTS7
Subscribe for The Citizen and get
Ii:i-e hall at Traction park Sunday
and Monday. Santa Fe Centrals vs.
the Mcintosh Browns. Came will he
called at 3:30 o'clock.
Be 4'ian Hares,
Don't forget to ask for your piano
Evening Citizen Wants!
On Cenr Per Word for Much fncrHon
To lnure proper classification ads for this column must be In the cilice before 3 o'clock
p. m. Ads phoned receive the same careful attention that is given toads brought loolllce.
For teveral rtai ly hiKh-rrad-nieeiahy salesmen the
kind no salary oiler would ordinarily interest we have
very attractive openings. We kuow ut men nlio are
earning trom ii.ouo tu f 5,000 annually, simply eelhnft to
dealers for a Wite ana well known manufacturer a
well advertised staple To any successful salesman who
is nowtellinor a ire n era 1 line and who r.in handle a
profitable and attractive aide liae, an excellent proposi
tion will also le made
HAPCOOOS (Inc.), Brain Brokers
VI J Chemical building. tL Louto
WANTED rhree painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Position by girl of 15 tak
ing care of child or assist in liKht
housework. Address 207 West
WANTED To Imy second-hand tent
or exchange Acorn heater for same.
'.t.r)7 North Eighth stieet.
WANTED Itisition as tookkeeper.
or general oflice work. Rest of ref
erences. Address, (. O. Ostendorf,
bio West Copper avenue.
WANTED Man who is handy with
tools and who understands the care
of horses. Steady joh for the rlsht
man. Address. J. 1$. Dlock. Jcmez
Hot Springs, N. M.
WANTED A girl fur general house
work. Call. Mrs. Harry Johnson,
214 Silver avenue.
WANTED At once, a night miller and
night engineer; hotli must he relia
ble, capable and sober. Wages. 12.50
per day. The John Becker com
pany, Belen, N. M.
WANTED Carpenters. Apply John
Hart. 624 South First street.
WANTED Dining room glil, at Rob
WANTED Energetic man to solicit
insurance among shop men; life, ac
cident and health In our policy. Col
lections protected by railway com
pany. Excellent opening for right
man. Call or address, Conservative
Life Insurance company, 113 Kail
WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. 616 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
MALE HELP WANTED.
Learn telegraphy and railroad ac
counting; $.r0 to $100 a month salary
assured our graduates under bond.
Our six schools the largest in Amer
ica and endorsed l.y all railroads.
Write for catalogue. Morse School of I houses.
FOR RENT Apartments in Park
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Tilton, room 19, Grant block.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or enaulte, with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two large store rooms,
centrally located. Inquire 312 West
FOR SALE Nino hole. Home Com
fort range. Inquire at 410 South
FOR SALE Chicken ranch with 300
chickens, fruit and garden; desira
ble location. Address A. J. M., care
FOR SALE Nine hole Home Comfort
rnge. inquire at 416 3ou:n Edith
FOR SALE Two fine residence lota,
close in. Address, P. O. Box 11,
FOR SALE Saddle pony. Inquire
115 South Sixth street.
FOR SALE Two snaps in real estate.
Lot 3, in Block 29, of Hunlng's
Highland addition, 400.00. Lots 7,
8 and 9, corner of Hill street and
Copper avenue, Brownwell & Lall's
addition. This is one of the finest
building sites in that part of the
city, and if sold quick can be bad
for $800.00. M. P. STAMM.
LOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN A
strawberry roan mare, white face,
four white feet, mane clipped short,
long tail; $20 reward and no ques
tions .asked, if returned to J. W.
McQuade. 234 North Walter street
Telegraphy, Cincinna'i, Ohio; Buffalo,
N. Y.; Atlanta, Ga .; La Crosse. Wis .:
Texarkana, Texas, an 1 San Francisco,
FOR KENT Sunny tront room, with
hon.d in private family; Highlands,
4'it; North Arno street.
FOR KENT Cottages, al! furnished
for housekeeping. Hest climate In
New Mexico. Dally mall to Albu
querque. Address, J. li. Block,
Jcmez Hot Splines. N. M.
FOR KENT Ijirge, airy rooms, for
housekeeping, corner of Sixth street
and Railroad avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms.
very desireable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR KENT Four rom brick house,
between Second and Third strets,
on Tijerus avenue. Inquire ot Frank
FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms for
light housikeepiii', with electric
lUiita. Inquire of Mrs. H. E. Ruth
eriord, corner Broadway & Iron,
same block Congregational church.
FOR RENT From one to five nicely
turrilshed rooms for U-ht house
keeping; also ranch of tei or thirty
acres, with four-room bouse, fur
nished or unfurnished. Apply Mrs.
E. K. Norrls, 524 John street
FOR RENT One nicely furnished
room. 214 South Walter street.
WA Af TED
Wonder why peopla worry this hot
weather, when they should placa
their troubles with us. We secure po
sitions as well m find positions.
We are still doing business at the
same number. We want your bust
ness and guarantee to give satlsfae
tion. Give us a trial.
WE WANT AT ONCE
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 second
cook, 3 girls for housework, 1 cham
bermaid, 2 men to take charge of
1 man to wash wagons:
logmen, swampers, labor-
Stop and Think
for a moment What would be tha use
of Inviting you to our store if we did
not have the right
one visit under such circumstances
would be enough. But we want you
as a constant caller, so we make sure
t0 "v . . .1 M it)
Carpets an J Rugs
that you can find no fault
price you cannot criticise.
Albert Faber, 305 Railroad Avenge
-railroad work ship east!
SOUTHWESTERN ELECTRIC & CONSTRUCTION CO.
The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
"I)i ip, drip, drip, oil everywhere"
hi tter cook with safe gaa.
Of F.very Description
Agents for the Crocker-Wheeler
Dynamos and Motors
tore and Residence Wir
in" a Specialty. All Work
Agents for the Celebrated
See theni in European
Hotel 1 lestllUI'UUt
We cive Ticket tor the I'iitrm 'nti'et
216 S. SECOND ST.
For camp and picnic. Convenient,
delicious, unsurpassed In Tavor.
FromaKe de Brie,
Cun be obtained only from the
The Colorado Telephone Company.
Koom 18, N. 1. Armio Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Lonj Distance Trans
mitters an J Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.