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ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
BULL FIGHTER LOVE RIVAL
OF THE SPANISH KING
FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1905.
(X pn A. SIMPIER "
The saving of time meant comfort.
The saving f jabor means ease. The
saving of money means economy. Alt
these savings can best be attained by
Uw 1 vva- v : p a & v : .Ai
In dollars and cents they cost no irore. In quality they are
superior. In durability t hey last longer. One-third better than
any other. You are most cordially Invited to examine our new
Prices In Plain Figures S3Q and Up
Old stoves taken at a fair valuation.
THE Mc3RAIN FURNITURE CO., 205 Gold Ave.
THKRESA MARIAXI AD ANTONIO FUKNTKS. THE FMOT'S V T
FiC.IITEU. WHO SOUGHT DEATH BECAUSE (IP jku nnv
MadiiJ, Si'iit. 1. A story of love,
jealousy ami the bull rinw;. linking
the njiine of the Kins of Spain, Ther
esa larianl, the famous Italian act
ress, and Antonio Fui-ntes, the best
Lull liKluer in Spain, in now beinR re
lated in the Madrid clubs and salons,
recalling a tale by llal.ae.
Five years bm, wlun Madame Mari
ani first came to Madrid, her beauty
and ability created a turore of admira
tion. Among those who gained the
fiieiulsliip of the actress was Fuentes.
They became very friendly, and as
Madame Mariani toured the provin
cial towns, Fuent'-s had engagments
in the bull rings in the same circuit.
When the actress journeyed with her
company to South America, the bull
fighter likewise crossed the Atlantic.
Whenever .Madame Mariani was per
forming at a theater the bull fighter
was in the audience, and likewise the
actress was a constant attendant at
the corridas when Fuentes was adver
tised to display his tUIll as a bull
This summer, when the actress
fame to Madrid for her season at the
Comedy theater, she found herseif
more poulnr than ever, and among
those whose attention she attracted
weie members of the ropal family.
She was often invited to the Madrid
ralace, and was seen now and then In
company with King Alfonso.
Fuentes desired the actress to give
tip receiving Alfonso, and in his ef
forts to induce her to do so, he sent
her valuable Jewels, one brooch
which lie gave her being valued at
?6,(mmi. IS'.it Madame Mariani declined
to be guiliy of the discourtesy of
slighting the King of Spain, despite
the constant pleading of her friend.
Fuentes. laboring under the 6trone
excitement of the professional bull
fighter, finally decided' to bring mat
ters to a crisis. He called at the
actress' house one night, and said to
her, "1 liave decided to try you. Xext
week yon depart from Madrid, and l
shall give my last bull fight here on
Sunday. You will doubtless be pres
ent, and I implore you to give a favor
able hearing to my plea. If you ac
cede to my prayer, I beg you, at any
time dining the fight, to touch your
Hps with your closed fan. I shall note
it immediately and understand your
meaning. Hut if you continue to treat
my request with disdain, I solemnly
declare to you that I will not leave'
the bull ring alive. Fonder wliat I have'
said, and remember that Antonio
Fuentes is a man who always keeps
Mine. Mariani treated the matter as;
a joke, but the bull fighter would not I
listen to her, and with a curtness alii
Spanish bull fighte.s possess be de-i
clared "What is said Is said. Con-!
sider the matter well." And so lie;
Meanwhile, a jealous friend had
written to Mme. Fuentes, wife of the
bull fighter, in Seville, telling her
what was going on in Madrid. Mme. I
l uentes came immediately to the cap
ital, and accused the actress of try
ing to steal her husband from her,
but was convinced after a time that
her suspicions were unfounded. Then
she learned of the vow Fuentes had
taken to kill himself, and it is said
she implored the actress to go io the
bull ring and give the agreed signal
that would save her husband's life.
The actress, however, continued to
make light of Fuentes 'resolve.
On the Sunday set for the bull fight
Madrid was in gala dress. Tin re were
211,000 persons on the seats, rising in
amphitheater fashion about the ring,
when Fuentes made his appearance.
In one of the private boxes sat Mme.
Mariani, surrounded by a court of ad
mirers. In the roynl box was King
Alfonso, and his aunt, the Infanta Isa
bella, while in a third box, sad eyed,
and accompanied by a relative, who
had vainly attempted to persuade her
A C. BILlCKt J NO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANCELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonlans 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. Ladles. and children welcome.
All Depot cars stop at the H ollenbeck. Electric excu-slon and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
not to attend the fight, sat Mme.
Six bulls were to bo killed for the
edification of the crowd. They were
all superb animals, from the stock
farm of the Duke of Veragua, the de
scendant of Christopher Columbus. Ia
succession, after the banderillos and
picadores Tiad goaded the bulls into
fury, Fuentes stepped out, and with
superb skill drove his short sword into
their necks, killing them almost in
stantly. Now and then he looked at
the box where the actress at, but
found her always in animated conver
sation with those in lier box.
Finally it came the turn for the fifth
bull to be killed. Fuentes grasped
his sword, approached the animal anil
began to maneuver valiantly. Hut be
!ore plunging the steel into the bull
lie Lave one final glance In the direc
tion of Madame Mariani. A chance
had come over the beautiful actress.
She had Mopped talking and her fan
was not in use. Instead, when she
felt Fuentes was looking at her. she
(iiilckly raised her opera glasses and
levtling them at King Alfonso, peered
At this the bull figliter seemed to
have gone mad. He raised his sword
and siabl.ed at the bull, without ap
parently knowing what he was doing,
men, wnn a lurious pound, threw
himself upon the goaded and blood
dripping animal. The enraged bull
lowered his head, caught Fuentes un
der the leit arm, and rolled him round
two or th;ee times. Then, getting h!s
horns firmly planted under Fuentes'
body, the hull threw him violently in
to the air, and Fuentes fell to tne
ground and remained motionless. The
animal started to charge him again,
Hut before he could reach the body
the bull ring assistants ran up with
long red banners over their arms, and
distracted the attention of the animal
A cry of horror went up from tne
spectators as Fuentes wa., carcTuIly
lifted from the ground and carried
into the bull ring infirmary. Mme.
Fuentes, with uneven steps." "left her
liox and went hastily to the infirmary,
and Madame Mariani likewise left the
ring. It was generallv thought that
Fuentes had been killed, hut soon the
news spread tbat he ha-1 escaped
death by hardly more than half an
inch, and that he was onlv slightly In
jured. The bull fighter was carrled'that
same night to his 'hotel, and under
skillful nursing began to recover rap
idly. He Is now practically cured and
is ready for other encounters in the
ring. Madame Mariani, won by his
deed, has crossed Alfonso's name from
her list of intimates, and she and
ruentes are again the best of friends
Little Talks, But Big Facts
Our pushing, aggressive, never sl?ep method of advertising. An
electric sign talks in the day time and "hollers' at night. A sign
of your own choice. We hang the sign and keep it clean and bril
liant at our expense. Lou pay for the current used that's all. At
the expiration of the time agreed upon, we take the sign off your
hands. All sign lighting will be on flat rate basis. How's that for a
Talk withf-e LIGHT MAN- -Fourth and Gold Ave.
s4: :$jT J : ,-?'..YY
THE HAPPY HOUSEWIFE
Who takes pride In her bread an4
cake making knows the pleasure and
satisfaction to bo had by the use of
Empress mills flour. She knows her
bread will be the whitest, aweeteat,
most nutritious and healthful, an4
her cakes, pies and pastry dainty,
delicate and light.
114 West Copper Ave,
CASINO TOISTGHT CASINO
Two thirds of
her time is
spent in the
kitchen, and she is entitled to as much
comfort and relief as can be secured through
ances. v J
See the Gas Man
Fourth and Cold Ave.
BIG SHEEP SHIPMENT
PASSES THROUGH CITY
This mottling a shipment of 1,510
sheep passed through the city over
ths Santa Fc. The sheep occupied
twelve stivk ears, eleven single deck
cars ami one louble. The fleecy ani
mals were the property of Charles
Clark and Charles Sehultz.'of Flag
staff, Ariz., aur1. were consigned to the
Kansas City market.
Mr. Schu'tz owned 620 of the sheep,
all IhiiiI s with the exception of one
car if withers. Theoe lambs are
piobt.bly the best that will be placed
on the market this year; as they av
erage about ninety pounds to the
lamb In weight, which Is very fine,
the ordinary weight for lambs being
about sixty-five to seventy pounds.
A few head of sheep were lost In
tnu.i-it to this city, but this was caus
ed 1 y some of them lying down and
getting trampled on.
DOES NOT ASK
YOU TO ACCEPT
THEY NEVER FAIL.
That Is What They Say About Them
In Albuquerque, and it Is, There
Another proof, some more evidence,
Albuquerque testimony to swell the
long list of advocates who endorse
the old Quaker remedy, Uoan's Kidney
Pills. Head tins convincing endorse
ment of the claims ma le for that re
markal 'e pienaratioti:
Mrs. J. H.tii, ol ilf South First
street, s.iyt: "O.ie of my daug'nters
Buffered from laikache for about
eUIit months or a jcar. Sometime it
was so bad that she was completely
prostrated for a day or so at a time
1 read about poau's Kidney Fills In
our Aliiiiquerque newspaper and
thought if tl.ey only performed half
what they promised they might help
my daughter a:i ! we wei.t to the Al
varado Pharmacy for a box. In a
remarkab'y fliort time the medicine
Km!; eff v t a:i 1 a continuation of the
treatment a little lonci-r stopped the
backache. We aro pleased to reeom
mei.d Po.i.Va Kidney I'iHs."
For sale 1 y all dealers, r.-iee. 5J
cents. FusUT-Milbuiu Co., Huffalo,
New York, tele a. rents for the United
Ilemember the name Poan's and
take no otbei. '44
MEET KNIGHT'S MIDNIGHT SUN
The Albuquerque Business college,
in the matters of a thorough teaching
force and an advanced course of in
struction, is fully representative of
the best there is to be had in tho coun
try, and it owes no one an apology in
making the statement.
The people of Albuquerque are quick
and apt and are fully awakening to
me realization that their business col
lege is becoming a power for the ad
vancement of the commercial enter
prises of our territory. Giving as It i
does, to the business world thoroughly!
ti ained young people to fill the offices'
and counting rooms of the rapidly
growing business Interests of New!
No weak points are tolerated In the'
course of instruction In this commer-l
cial school. For example: We di
rectly teach the toucb method of type
writing, give each pupil an hour's In-1
struetion under the eye of the teacher!
each school day and furnish a ma
chine for home practice. In order to
giV,- the student .iiieiency if desired.;
We abhor smaMerers, and Insist on!
tbc utmost hone? ah ne-s in every es-
sential if our woik. We adhere to the !
principle that a lmsir.i-s education:
is made i; numero-K sinall techni-i
culities which the st'idoi? iii'ist learn
in school and from teacher- who have
been in the office.
The Albuquerque liu-dm -s co!!e- t
has the cheapest, course of itiMruc: ion
: caiiM ii js in n:!,,. by the m.i-t ca
pable teachi rs and in t very instance
it guarantees satisfaction.
KeuiMr.ition begins .Monday. Sep
li n.bcr 4, 1!ij5.
C.F.O. S. HAMSKV,
Ii. O. STOI.I.. I'lvsbleh'.
HOBO BADLY BEATEN IN
FIGHT WITH OFFICER
Past night at Isieta Special Officer
Charles Mainz, of the Santa Fe, had
a severe tussle with a hobo, who was
ejected from west bound train No. 1
at the junction, and whom he arrest
ed for creating a disturbance at the
station at Isleta.
Tn is morn'ng the officer arrived in
the city with his prisoner and he was
arraigned in police court charged
with being drunk and disorderly. He
plead not guilty, but the evidence of
the officer convicted him and the
court sentenced him to ten days in
Frr in the appearance of Riley, be
suffered considerably at the hands of
the officer. His left arm was badly
swollen and bruised. The member
was in such bail shape that Iiiloy re
quested the attention of the city phy
sician. Itiloy was further battered
i'r, his left eye having several cuts
about it and being- blackened.
THE BIBLE WAGON
Sold by THE ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO., Albuquerque, N. M.
Take Kodol After Eating.
After a hearty meal a dose of Kodol
Pyspepsia Cure will prevent an attack
of indigestion. Kodol Is a thorough
rilgestant and a guaranteed cure for
indigestion, dyspepsia, gas on the
stomach, weak heart, sour risings, bad
breath and all stomach troubles. Sold
by a 1 druggists.
BASE BALL Traction Park
Sunday and Monday Sept. 3 and 4
Mcintosh browns vs santa fe centrals
Itase ball at Traction park Sunday and Monday. Santa Fe Centrals
against the Mclntosti Hiowns. Came will be called at 3:3n.
The two best games of the season assured. Admission, SO cents;
grand stand, free. Ki Is, 10 tents.
"ROSE OF ANVERGNE" and a
"FERNANDA" With the following Specialties:
;;IX TUB SHAPE OF THE OLD APPLE TREE" Gertrude Hutcheson
JO ( A1.P TliKK MIE'Puet Taylor and. Hutcheson
"l-OVKS SHAKE" Son
ZO BO BAND
NEW MOVING PICTURES
CASINO MATINEE SUNDAY CASINO
SS KELLY & CO.
WOOL, HIDE AND PELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
WILL APPEAR IN CONCERT AT
ELK'S OPERA HOUSE
Rio Grande Lumber Co,
The Only Way. ,
There is r.o way to maintain the i
health and strength or mind and lody
except by nourishment. There is no
way to ncniri h except through the ;
?:nn:irh. The stomach iii'ist he kept !
healthy, pure and sweet or the I
strength will let down and disease
w ill set up. No appetite, loss of i
strene'h, nervousness, headache, con-
stlpa'.ion, l ad breath, sour risings, j
rift In et, indigestion, dyspepsia and all i
stomach troubles that are curab'e are '
quickly cured by the use of Kodol I
Pyepepsla Cure. Kodol digests what I
you eat and strengthens the whole
Lire other WRITI.VO I.V SIOHT!
H'lt the P. C. SMITH PROS, by FAR
)r(! th' m all. Then It has a TAH
ri.ATOR and MIMEOGRAPH attach-:
merit, without extra eh arte. Corr-:
spotidence solicited. N. V. Alser, i
P iuT.il uf-'ent, 121 South Walter St. j
Peculiar Drsaooearanro. 1
J. I Hunynn. of Butlervin.-, Ohio, laid
thf j.ciiii-ir (ll4pp.'.i ranee of his pain
ful Kmt..ni ef liullKositon and tillliuus.
mx. to It. Kintf'n .Ww l.lfu IM1U. Hi
B:.ys: "They ar a prfi-ct rfmi-dy fur
dizzln. (, sour tornnh. headache, enn
ti Ipiitlon. etc ". Uuaraiiti td; at all druii
giMs. J'rlcr, 2ic.
We ara prepared to furnish, on short notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Type Boilers.
Cahall Water Tube Safety, and Re
turn Tubular Boiler. Send u your
Specifications for Quotations.
The liendrie S Bolllioff Mfg. and Supply Co.
General Building Supplies fVT9 Scven,ecnlh Strm' DENVm COL0RA0
Mi m a
Eoth Phones. A. H. MEYN, Mgr. 34 and Maquette
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
I have opi tied a generil repair s'nop
on South Third street, back of Wal
ton's druj store, and sof'.clt the trade
of tfce city. P. H. SilOKM AKPR.
Hello, Cii.tnil! l am in dirt from
'ellar to turret. "Well, yon want
Thornton. He is the cleaner." With
competent help. Pilreg reasonable.
Ha both 'phones. OIRce 510 North
J. C. BALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUIYIOER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS ' BUILDING PAPER - Al
fMini uorcr more
u est, most economical.
ways In stock. Plaster,
Lime, Cement, Paint,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
g riRST tTRCCT AND COAL AV C. ALBUQUCRQUC, N. M. J
S Iron EsrJs, Steves and Ranges, Ait Squares, etc. Everything
5 Needed About the House. AGENT CHARTER CAK STEEL RANGES
1 BORRADAILE A CO., UP COLD AVENUE
'iil 'in i Ii
Will not lump up.