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ALJiUOUEliQUK KVKNLNQ C1T1ZRN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1905.
SUTTON FAMILY SEEKS TO
CORNER WORLD'S TENNIS HONORS
PASSING OF THE
Nothing Occurred on Carni
val Night to Mar Pleas
ures of Week.
WEST IZAILROAD AVENUE
SECOND THIRD STREETS
VISITORS RLTIRN TO THEIR HOMES
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Los Anpi-lcs, Cal., Sept. 25. A dri-p
dark plot lias been batched In the Sut
ton family, of which May Sutton, the
tennis champion of England, and
nearly everywhere else, Is a member.
It If nothing less than to capture all
the Important tennis championships
Ct tie world and hold them In the
lamlly. Mlgg May Sutton, a girl of
18 years, went east last. summer and
won the championship of the United
States, to lose it again this year by
default. She did not care for that as
at the time the American champion
ship was taken away from her she
was battling successfully on the Wim
bledon courts for the championship of
England. Besides the English cham
pionship Rhe also holds the Tri State
campionshlp and the Pacific coast
championship. Miss May knows that
while she could probably win all the
Next year, with May out of it, the
friends of the three sisters believe
that Florence could enter the National
tournament and win out an easily as
May did in 104. Next to May she is
regarded as the best woman player on
the Paciflr coast, where good tennis
playeis are produced. This would
leave such minor championships as
the Pacific coast championships and
any others she might care to pick up,
for Miss Violet. Already the Sutton
home, nestling among the foothills at
the base of Mount Iowe, In Pasadena,
looks like a Junk sliop. The four sis
ters, including Mrs. Pruce, the only
one married, have been winning cups
for years, and there is one room in
the Sutton home which they call the
cup room. It contains nearly 200 tro
phies. Miss May Sutton having Just
added the English cups to the collec
tion since 'ner return from her trip
Here in southern California they
give the credit for the wonderful play-
fhflmn nnan na Af K ... 1 1 . , . ..In,-..- V..l .Lt- t . i , ... '
; T. V. uuu, eutj uia i"ju, lhu uiin jcurriurence seems to lng or the champion to Archie war,
not defend them for lark of opportun- have the better form. She has beaten one of the old tennis veterans of the
ij ..m i.ui sue nas two sisters, toiet in tne rinals or the Ocean Park Pacific coast. Mr. Way taught May
who, next to herself, are probably the and Coronado tournaments, and now Sutton the game when she was a lit
two Desk women players in the United holds those championships. The nlot tie tot and for the nn.st fow vears r'Iip
elates Miss May's fame has spread which has been hatched In the Sutton has been under his constant tutelage.
Ro wide tnat little has been heard of family is for Florence and Violet Sut- He taught her to play the game as a
B tis' t'orence and Violet, ex- ton to win all the championships In man plays It. and this is said to be re-
cept on the Pacific coast, where they sight in America, while May will de- sponsible for the unrivalled success
AuUi. iier r tennis is played, iena ner title to the Englisn cham- as she takes her opponents by aur
ist year Miss Molet was the better pionship as long as she can. prise by the violence of her attack.
CALEB POWERS THE FAMOUS PRISONER OF KENTUCKY
CARTOONIST BU8HNELL VISITS THE ALLEGED CHIEF PLOTTER IN THE MURDER OF GOEBEL, IN JAIL
AT NEWPORT, KENTUCKY.
MIJ BOt HOOD MOriE ON Yf' v
By E. A. Bushnell.
I called on Caleb Powers, the other
day, for the purpose of getting some
sketches of him and an interview.
Temporarily he Is residing on Court
place Newport ja.il, second floor
Powers was in the corridor, having
His shoes shined. He greeted me cor
dially, and invited me to his cell. His
cell Is furnished plentiflly, but plain.
A typewriter and desk, trunks,
chairs and a rug help some. A cheap
curtain tries to hide the iron bars of
Caleb Powers look like a highly
educated southern gentleman. Five
Mars of prison life and suffering
have wilted him. His voice is weak,
and he has that awful prison pallor
and purple lips. The following Is his
daily routine of prison life.
Arise D:3u a. in. Stiave and toilet.
Commence work at 0:30 a. in., an
Breakfast at 8 a. m., on whole wheat
flakes, wafers, malted nuts, toast and
Heads until 9 a. m.
Walks until 10 a. in., in Jail corri
dor. Kest one-half hour.
Work from 10:30 a. m. to 1 p. m
Exeieise with Indian clubs ami
machine and pneumanxetor until 10
I Ketlre at 10 p. m.
Receives visitors from 2 p. m. to
7 p. in.
j His work consists of reading and
wilting. His correspondence averages
five to twety-five letters per day.
j Caleb Powers says this about his
I "A braver, nobler, more courageous
The Twni Mi ll New Mexico fair
Is over. fair closed with ca rat
al night on .-."iii-day and everything
went off In in orderly manner, noth
ing occurriii: ar a week of plea
sure. tin - , i : ii l'Mi hi many it was
the most on!- r y eainivai night in the
history of t iiiiorial fairs in Albu
Tlie fair i t closed was In more
ways than on. a i ' -markable fair. Iur
Ing the cut n week there was not
one serious accident reported. Much
credit Is due the police department,
which pres rv. il order at all times
and reduced the operations of crooks,
pickpockets, etc., to a minimum.
There was in no case a serious dis
turbance of any kind and the arrests
were few and of little consequence.
On all sides there Is heard nothing
but praise and everybody seems well
salisficd, wh ' li should suffice.
Troopers Return to Ft. Wingate
Lieutenant Lewis, commanding
Troop H, of the Fifth United States
cavalry, loca'ed at Fort Wingate, left
yesterday afternoon for the fort. The
boys broke e:,mp at 7:30 o'clock yes
terday morning and the special train
left for the west In the middle of the
It can be safely said that the troop
ers this year gave better exhibitions
than ever Ik fore and too much credit
cannot be given both Lieutenant Lew-
Is and his men for the entertainment
they afforded the visitors at the fair.
All of them made many friends In Al
buquerque and the moral discipline of
the troop is excellent.
It Is generally conceded that the cav
alry was one, if not the chief feature
of the many events on the fair prog
ram and the daily drills of the troop
ers always drew a large crowd.
Closing Races Were Interesting.
The last, day's racing card on the
fair program proved quite Interesting.
The feature was the ladies running
race, In which there were three en
tries. The race was five furlongs
and was won bv Mrs. K. LIndow, of
Minneapolis. Minn., with Miss Udell
second and Miss Itlack third. The
finish was a close one and the grand
stand was in an unroar.
Master Pclniar won his second race
of the present meet on Saturday,
when he finished an easy first in the
18 trot. It. II. Crcenleafs McGinty
was second and Emil Mann's Boone
Jeffries and Party Leave.
Champion .lames .1. Jeffries and par
ty left on Saturday night for Califor
nia. The big man expressed himself
as having had a good time, but he
said that umpiring in the hot sun was
a little too strenuous for him. The
champion said that he did not believe
he had made much of a hit as a base
The exhibits of fruit from various
parts of the territory were either sold
or packed up and shipped home on
Saturday night. Most of the fruit
found a ready market here, while a
good deal was given away to the
friends of the exhibitors.
Navajos Return to Reservation.
John Wetherill, the great white
chief, who la worshipped bv the Na
vajo Indians alike as the greatest
paleface alive, accompanied by his
wife and brother, left yesterday for
the reservation in charge of the twelve
Uavajo bucks that he brought to the
fair. The party traveled overland and
expect to reach home In a couple of
days. The Indians brought to Albu
querque this year gave the best ex
hibitions ever seen here. Their ap
pearance either at Traction park or
on the streets at night guaranteed
some fine entertainment and the
crowd was always glad to see the red
men turn out.
The Indians were tired after their
week's pleasure and according to Mr.
Wetherill all were glad to know they
were going back home. They will go
back and toll their brother bucks
what a great time they had In Albu
querque and make their trip last them
until another fair rolls around when
they hope to be able to come back
again. The Indians took many trink
ets home with them, some which they
purchased and some which were gifts
from admiring friends, who were en
tertained by their performances at the
Visitors Also Clear Out.
Outgoing trains yesterday and to
day carried hundreds of fair visitors
bound for their homes and the cheer
ful expressions they wore on their
faces told that thev'had enjoyed fair
week Immensely. Not one expression
of dissatisfaction was beard on any
hand, which should prove that the
fair association at least managed to
give a fair that pleased a majority of
General Clean-Up Commenced.
Today saw a general clean-up am
ong the merchants and the members
of the street cleaning department
The laded decorations were removed
from the various business houses and
the electrical iipuratus which made
the down town streets I. rl Mailt at
night was removed during the day
Ity tomorrow, nothing will remain of
the Twenty-fifth Territorial fair, but
Pitches base ball lu corridor and heart lias never round uxigmeni in
r.mu tnldier's double time until 2 p. in. human breast than my mother's. There
uiti. om-h.lf hour. , is scarcely euougn cruelty in ner
whole being to biusti the down rroni
a butterfly's wing. Her life is as un
selfish as the kiss of t'ne Summer's
sun. Her children have been her
Work until 4 p.
IHnner 5 p. m.
Walk until :30 p.
Rest one-half hour
Work until 9 p. m.
world; for them she has lived."
Like Finding Money.
Finding health Is like finding money
so think those who are sick. When
you have a cough, co'.d, sore throat, or
chest Irritation, better act promptly
like W .C. Harbor, of Sandy Level, Va.
He says: "I had a terrible chest trou
ble, caused bv smoke and coal dust on
my lungs; but. after finding no relief
In other remedies. I was cured by Dr.
King's New Discovery for Consump
tion, Coughs and Colds." Createst sale
of any cough or lung medicine in thn
world. At ail druggists; 50 cand 11.00;
guaranteed. Trial bottle free.
Colonist Rates to California.
Commencing September 15 and dal
ly thereafter until October 31 the San
ta Fe wlli sell tickets to all points In
California at a rate of $25.00, one way
only. Stop overs allowed. Call on
anv agent of the Santa Fe. H. S.
LUTZ, Agent. Albuquerque, N. M.
See the window display of the IUo
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3. DO walk
No Unpleasant Effecta.
If you ever took De Witt's Little
Early Risers for biliousness or consti
pation you know what pill pleasure Is.
These famous little pills cleanse the
liver and rid the system of all bile
without producing unpleasant effects.
Sold by all druggists.
Meet me at the White Klepnant Sat
urday night and get In on the good
cold beer and the free lunch.
"Mother n lucky" papa bought a
Numerous and Worthless.
Everything is In the name when It
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that is a specific
tor piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts,
burns, bruises and all skin diseases
De Witt's Salve has no equal. This
has given rise to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for De Witt's the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsens Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
MEN AND WjNlEN,
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di" tiri iiirlitiiiiimh' na,
Irtltlictitf nr li.- ao. lib
not lu .inrlur,. .jf 111 11 u u l.i.'lnui .iht l.
rr.a, rMUilai. I'ttii,),... and m.t antiui
HE twaNS CHE Mint CO. -nl ur KHi.i
i in ular IKlii i.u le4'10t
216 West Railroad Avenue, September, 1905.
and Mus Huyicrs,
Albuquerque, N. M.
From questions that are asked by customers, and reports
which come to me of what is said about THE GLOHK STORK, I
am compelled to believe that persons of envious dispositions are
busily engaged in misrepresenting my stock and methods of doing
business. For the purpose of silencing such underhand competition,
this letter is addressed to you.
TIIK GLOHK STORK stock is entirely new, absolutely correct
in styles, and of undoubted superiority in quality. In buying
these goods all so-called "bargains," "job lots," "short end,"
and "off styles" were thrown aside not a piece of shoddy or cheap
stuff has f9und a place on THE GL015E STORK shelves, and this
policy will be adhered to rigidly in the future.
The stock consists of fine dress goods in all the latest fabrics,
white and colored wash goods, household linens, ladies', gentle
mens' and children's furnishings, embroideries, laces, ribbons,
buttons of all kinds, and other notions entering into such a stock.
In addition, we have the exclusive sale of Diamond Brand Shoes
for ladies, gentlemen and children. These shoes are the best,
having been declared such by the St. Louis Kxposition experts.
Your special attention is called to the Mentor Underwear for
ladies and children, for which THE GLOBE STORE has the
exclusive agency; coat shirts, union underwear, and quarter-sized
collars for gentlemen. Our line of ladies' and gentlemen's neck
wear cannot be equalled in the city.
Now, as to THE GLOBE STORE business methods: All
goods are marked in plain figures, at the lowest possible percentage
of profits, and those prices will be paid by all who purchase. No
reduction will be made to anyone, nor for any quantity. Every
sale is made under a positive guarantee of satisfaction or purchase
money refunded and no questions asked. Misrepresentation by
any clerk is cause for immediate discharge.
In substantiation of the above words, an invitation is extended
to every one to visit THE GLOBE STORE, examine the articles
offered for sale, get prices, and make comparison of values with
all other stores in Albuquerque. No one is asked to buy, and it
will give us pleasure to show goods.
Yours very tiuly,
Otto L. Rice.
Mr. and Mrs. Alan R. McCord, who
were here during fair week, and were
the guests of friends, returned to their
home in Santa Fe this morning.
Mrs. C. O. Harrison and daughter,
Miss Mamie Harrison, who were here
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Warren Gra-
nani, returned to Santa Fe this morn
Mrs. Marion Stewart, Mrs. K. caiu-
well, Mrs. H. S. an. Petten, Mrs.
Waite Davis and Miss Corbett, who
attended the fair last week, have re
turned to Las Vegas
Mrs. Herman Haso and daughters
take this means of thanking their
many friends for services rendered
during the sickness and subsequent
death of their husband and father,
The handsome concrete stone arch
1'iu ranee to Traction park, wliu-n was
constructed last week by John A.
I.aughlln, the Trinidad contractor,
lias attracted considerable attention.
The arch is a fine piece of work and
reflects much credit upon Mr. Laugh
lin. It was built In record-breaking
time, only a few days being consumed
in its construction. It Is a solid piece
(if masonry and adds much to the ap-
pearance of the park. i
John A. I.aughlin, the Trinidad con
tractor and builder, who built the
handsome concrete stone arch en
trance to Traction park and who has
other numerous contracts In this city,
lias been awarded the contract for
tin construction of the N. H. I.augh
lin block, corner of San Francisco
street and Don Gaspar avenue, at San
ta Fe. The new block will be one of
the handsomest In the Capital City
when completed. The plans call for a ;
two-story building, 95x10 feet, and It
is to be completed by January 17,
r.toi'., provided the necessary brick
can be procured. The contract price
is withheld, but It Is known to be
'Scenic Line of the World"
Shortest and quickest Una from
Santa Fa to Denver, Pueblo and Colo
rado Spring, and alt Colorado point.
Connection at Denver and Pueblo with
all lines east and west. Time aa quick
and rate aa low aa by other line.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING
CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR
On all through train. No tlreaom
delaya at any station.
When Indigestion becomes chronic
It Is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will cure Indigestion, and all trouble
resulting therefrom, thus preventing
catarrh of the stomach. Dr. New
I. rough, of League, V. Va., says: "To
those suffering from Indigestion or
sour stomach I would say that there
Is no better remedy than Kodol Dys
pepsia Cure. I have prescribed It for
a number of patients with good suc
cess." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and makes the stomach
sweet. Sold by all druggists.
GO TO THE ALBUQUERQUE PLAN
When you want any mill work dona.
We don't keep you waiting. We get
out your work promptly. Our motto:
"No work, no pay we all work."
For Illustrated advertising matter
or Information, address or apply to
S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A., Denver, Colo.
A S. BARNEY, T. P. A., Santa Fe, New Mex.
Santa Fe Central Railway System
SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY.
Fast passenger and freight service. Steamship tickets to all parts
of the World.
Connections at Torrance, N. M., with the El Paso & Southwestern,
and Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific Haiiways. At Kennedy and Santa
Fe, N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway. At Santa
Fe with the Ienver & Rio Grande railroad.
Special attention given to handling of passengers and fi eight.
Send your freight via the Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific rail
way, via Torrance, N. M.
Your business respectfully solicited.
W. H. ANDREWS, S. It. (IUIMSHAW.
OPres. aud Uen. Mgr. Asst. to Pit s, and (Jen. M;r.
FRANK DIBF.UT, Asst. Secy, and Treas.
A J. P. I.YNC, A. Iy. GltlMSHXW.
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