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SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1905.
AIJ.UQUKHQUK KVKXINO CITIZEN.
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New York, Sept. 30. This seems to
be a prosperous season fcr the tail
era and dresmakers. They are busyji,n(.i.
a linlit copper In-own which norms to
In- destined to become a fad thia sen
pun. nines, in spito of predict Ions to the
contra, v. ntc to I"- as popular as
ovr. especially Hip navy blues, wlilrh
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art1 aiway h'luHni'i'- ...i.. ... -
for street wear. A new shade of elec
trle lilne, somewhat nil the style of
the onc e popular ad t Mae, w ill also
lie worn. Alice Line has lieen nipt r
eeiled by turquoise, peacock and king
fisher blues, liotli In millinery ami
Velveteen for street costumes. Is
one of the most popular materials, and
will divide the honors with broad
cloths and the other materials popu
lar (or such Kowns. The quality of
the material and the variety of color
ing was never so good as now and
its success is already assured by the
demand at this early date for whole
costumes of vetveteen.
With the first signs or cool weather.'
women are turning their attention
again to the separate blouse which
has been conspicuous by its absence
from the summer wardrobe, except in
the sheer lingerie form. Those same
lingerie blouses will bo worn all win-,
ter with the slips of China silk tin-;
dor furs and waim coats. Tho Inno
vation of wearing thin blouses in cold,
weather was Introduced last season
by some of the most fashionables, but
this year It will attain a more general
popularity. The heavy tub blouses will
be the thing ror ordinary wear. I
The tailored short waist stylo will;
be the one most liked for these heavy I
blouses, and the trim fieshness of
the linen blouses made in this style j
are certainly attractive.
All the models seen In the heavy
linen waist are also copied in broad
AT ELKS THEATRE. TONIGHT
"Tho play's the thing." Again is
this demons! nit nd in Uio splendid
creation, "Ramonii." a new drama that
is coming rapid y !; the front.
a dramatization of 'Itamona" of Helen
Hunt Jackson fame, that is known the
country over and Is sacred to all loy-
tlve of fustic done them and keenly
alive to their wrongs all those furn
I ish the fiiie-t material for a drama.
: "ltnnioii:i" is dramatic, full of thrill-
11 is I ing love Int. ret that holds to the
.etui. Its li.:..:er phases lire no less
pleasing. M.-s Virginia Calhoun will
title role. Her imper-
be seen in tin
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i?nrrrrrr:r!& . : I Li . ll.il : . 1 1
rloth. flannel and silk, but are not
nearly so attractive that tho woman ; aI californians. In this play we have
who sees them cannot resist the tempt-i n,nKlP( an those elements that make
ation to purchase one for the sake of.,()r Burr(.SH. A( ,t,e romance of Cali
tho buttons alone. i forniu of mission davs, the poetic halo
One of the waist models whlcnw(h wnion lt ls invested, the lives of
seems to And great favor Is made with th(, ,.,,!,, themselves with their
a central box plait and double box,;.,...,. fi(.vrn nnssions their roiiirlous
plaits set down each side of the mid-' 7(f)t their ' simplicity and sincerity,
die having a pocket with flaps set on
them at the bust line. These flaps
are buttoned down with pearl buttons
and large pearl buttons are set down
the center of the front. The back of
tniB waist may be either plain or with
a shallow yoke below- which a double
box plait runs down the middle of the
The sleeve is an ordinary sniri
rller than ever before getting out
orders for the coming season. Broad--cloth
and velvet costumes seem to be
In demand more than ever and the
other materials used In making- up i models,
the necessary gowns, of which, by the;
way, there seems to be a larger num
ber needed than formerly, are of the
Instead of one tailor suit for every
day wear, the woman who wislies to be
in the swim must have three. One
of these Is the walking frock, with
short skirt for rough wear. Another
in a more elaborate walking suit and
the third Is a visiting or carriage
costume. The same rule applies to
the coats this year. Where one was
sufficient, formeily, milady now needs
at least three for various occasions.
Speaking of coats, the long model
eema to be by far the most popular.
Nearly all of the latest handsome
tailored costumes seen thus far show
the long coat in some form. The
lines of most of them are very similar,
the variety being seucred In the
clever way In which the trimming is
pat on. The long coat, which fits and
looks tbe best, is the one in which
the skirts and body are made separate
and then Joined at the waist line. This
is so skillfully done in some instances
that the coat looks as if lt had been
-done in one piece.
Soft medium shades of gray are to
foe among the popular colors this sea
son. There are many costumes of
Bray cloth among the latest models.
The ong coats of these being trimmed
with silk or velvet of a slightly darker
shade set on In stitched bands. A
new tone called palltlne seems to have
first place among the different shades
of gray which will be used in millin
ery and dress styles. Touches of gold
or- silver judiciously used are one of
the novelties in the way of ornamenta
tion on some of the new costumes.
They must, however, be skillfully ap
plied and not overdone, as too much
of it either at once takes awal from
the smart ook of the gown and makes
Green holds a prominent, place
among the autumn colorings and is to
le seen in all the olives hades. The
grayish olive, which t'ne Parisians call
4ea soup green being much used both
in costumes and millinery. This color
is not becoming to everyone and
should be used with care. If prop
erly combined with the right shades
it is soft and attractive.
Keds of all shades and tones; warm,
rich yellow or brown reds; blue Teds
in all the fascinating shades, are
seen everywhere. Any one who loves
this warm color for winter wear
ought to be able to satisfy her taste
and at the same time obtain a shade
which will be becoming and smart
The rich wine reds may be found
Joined with brown in some of tho most
beautiful shaded plaids. Whet hot 'Jt he
plaids will be popular on this side of
tiie water, Is a question which re
mains to be decided yet. On the
other Bide they are wearing them
large checks and pronounced color-1
ings, but America lias never taken j
kindly to the sharp contrasts in plaids;
and it is hardly probable fhat theyl
will have much vogue here. The
quieter taitans and eoor schemes will;
have the preference with those whoj
favor thia style of material. ;
Besides the costumes made of tboi
olaids. combinations of the mixed
nooda with plain material in one ot
the colors predominating in the plaid
are seen In a variety of forms. There
are skirts of the mixed cloth with the
coat of plain goodB. Or the whole
costume may be made of plain ma
terial with the trimming consisting of
bands of some harmonizing plaid ap
plied In bands and straps.
ISroadeloth bids fair to be tbe rage
tliitt season for visiting and walking
costumes or all kinds. All the new
shades are tt lie had in this iiopulari
and handsome material. The new
browns are on the same style as the
faded lour tones, which were popular,
last season, but besides these there is!
waist model with a rather nnrrow cuff
Yoke effects in shirt waists are making
a successful bid for feminine favor,
and are seen on seveial of the new
TAILORED GOWN WITH
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w i n
their strong personalities apprecia-
sonatlon of the fascinating Kamona is
charming to a degree. She has g'.ven
this part much study, and is thorough
ly en rapport with every phase of it.
Her company render her excellent
support. The scenery is elaborate and
appropriate in all Its details. Itamona
will be seen at the Elks' opera house
WHITE OAKS PLEASED
WITH RAILWAY CHANGE
As notel elsewhere in the White
Oaks Oiltlook It will be seen that tho
Ei Paso & Southwestern management
proposes to pursue a much more lib
eral policy with the people along Its
line than the old did under the North
eastern. A rate of $ i .25 per ton from
our nearest railway point, nix miles
away, to Kl Paso is certainly as low
as could be asked, and it Is to be
hoped that as soon as the necessary
arrangements can be made that White
Oaks will be regularly quoted on the
El Paso market.
LADIES INJURED IN
RUNAWAY AT SILVER CITY.
A team of spirited horses tliat were
being driven by W. T. Williams at
the funeral of T. F. Farnsworth In
Silver City last Friday afternoon, be
came unmanageable and ran through
the line of carriages, causing dismay,
hot ror and damage. Loss of life In
several Instances was narrowly avert
ed and when they were finally stop
ped It was found that Mrs. C. W.
Marriott and Mrs. Shipley, who were
riding in a carriage into which the
horses plunged, were both severely
injured. It is understood at this time
that both of the ladles are all right
so far as any serious complications
are to be expected.
GUILTY OF MURDER IN
THE FIRST DEGREE.
John Oonley, of Red river, Taos
county, formerly of Denver, Colo, was
Thursday morning found guilty of mur
der In the first degree for the killing
of Charles Iirdy, aged 70 years, and
James Redding, aged 19 years, at the
Guadalupe placers on January 16,
115, the case being tried in the dis
trict court at Santa Fe.
Conley took the verdict calmly, and
his attorneys have given notice of a
motion for a new trial, which will be
heard today. The Jury was out from
7 o'clock Wednesday evening until
3 o'clock Thursday morning, and ror
a long time stood 11 for first degree
murder and one for second degree
murder. Oliver B. T,iddell of Penver.
attorney for the defense, made an elo
quent plea for his client.
IK'S Moines, Iowa, Sept. 29. In the
third game of the series for the cham
pionship of the west between the
winners of the American association
and Western ieague pennant winner
resulted in a victory for the associa
tion team, making the series now
stand two for l)es Moines and one for
The score: R II E
Dos Moines 3 9 5
Mi.waukee 8 13 4
DR. J. E. KRAFT.
Rooms 16 and 16 Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Ooods Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
" tomuno J. Alger, L. U. 8.
No. 8" KaUroart avenue Ottlce houra
M a. m. to 12:80 p. m.; 1:3U p. m. to I
p. m. TelTone L Appointments made
Bernard 8. Rodey.
N. M. Prompt attention slven to all
buMneaa pertaining to the profession.
Will nrnrtlce In ai! courta of tha terri
tory and before tbe United States lar
Irs M. Bond.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, 82 K street, N.
W., Waahlnston, u. o. Fe alona. lanna,
patents. copyrlRhta, cavlata, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
H. w. D. Bryan.
ATTORNEY -AT-L.AW. Albuquerque,
N. U. Office, First i-aiinai nana duiiu-
ATTORNEY -AT-LAW, Office
well block, Albn jerque. N. at.
Jofin H. Stlnoie.
ATTORNKY-AT-UAW, Hulte 1, N.
Armljo building-. Albuquerque. N. M.
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling-
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building.
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
D. F. MACROLLING,
Civil engineering, surveying and
drafting. 211 Railroad avenue.
CONTRACTOR A. BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER Estimates cheerfully
furnished; Job work aollrted. Automatic
phone 724; shop Bit North Second street,
Albuquerque, N. M.
C. H. Cervner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Offllce Barnett building.
Hours. 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundavs by appointment.
fr 4' b 4 4 4- 4- 4 4' 4 4
f -i' 4 4 f "V 4 ! f- f f X
Montezuma Trust Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO .
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACIL!TiES
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMODATION AND
80LICITS NEW ACCOUNT8.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Cah,er:
WM. MclNTOSH 80LOMON LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL O. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RAILWAY
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
W httlni Block.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist.
Horses, cattle and hogs treated by
the latest, up to date, appioved, sci
entific methods. O'.ce t Trimble's
stables. Old 'phono, 3: auto.. 122.
At Philadelphia- R
At Washington R
St. Louis 11
At New York R
New York 0
At Boston R
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hayward, clair
voyant and business medium,
South Arno street. Office hours: 10
to 2 dally. Evenings and Sunday by
At Cincinnati R H E
Cincinnati 7 14 0
Philadelphia 2 8 3
At St. Louis RUE
St. Louis 5 12 3
New York 6 9 0
Second Game R H E
St. Ixmis 1 5 2
New York 5 5 0
At Pittsburg RUE
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday. September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SES5IUN.
For particulars call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL. Secretary.
Library building, East Railroad ave
Pittsburg-Brooklyn game postponed
on account of fog.
MAJOR WILLIS VISITS LOCAL
SALVATION ARMY BARRACKS
Major .1. Willis, of San Francisco,
who is touring the west on an inspec
tion trip of the young people's work
in connection with the Salvation Ar-
Thls dark blue cheviot has the mucn
desired "Individuality" in Its panel
front and Btltching. A dickey of mustard-colored,
hand made lace, worked
with French knots in dark blue silk,
carries out the blue eolor Bcheme In a
A ''WRINKLE" IN NtCKWEAR
I 5M?tH,v 1
Whil riding on the roar foot board
of the Santa Fe engine, preparing to
uncouple a string of cars that the
engine was hauling Tuesday night
tieorge Start, a Santa Fo sw'ichn cn
at Trr.idad. : thro"n violently to
the ground by the cars striking an
othe- hiring unexpectedly, an 1 knock
ing him off the board. Start was reu
dered unconscious by the fall, which
sjMt his scalp, broke his nose and
knocked out his teeth. He was pick
ed up by tho train men and carried
to the round house, where he was re-1
vlved after a time and was able to
walk home. He will be confined to
his home for several days.
A CHINESE FRUIT
The stock Is of s.t'in taffeta ribbon,
about three inches wide, and is es
pecially pretty for older women when
evolved in a lavender iind white shep
herd's cluck. It has a dainty white
ruche, two tucked hirs in front, and
three miter-i nded labs, slightly lulled.
KT 4- ci a
is served for
G. W. COOK SAYS THAT
SILVER CITY IS BOOMING
('. W. Cook, district freight and pas
fceiim r imen t for the Santa Fe, re
tu.li.il to hih liealiUiirters lure this
morning from a Lu-inoas trip to Sil
ver City. Mr. Cook s.iys thai Silver
City is the busiest small 'own in New
Mexico, as a result of the lively con
iltii'ii which exists in the mining
caniii- of that district, lie took a ride
over the Comanche Copper company's
narrow gauge road, which is now bunt
about, ciiiit in i!'-s out of Silver Cily.
Win n finished, the load will extend to
The late.-t suggestion of Consul An
derson. lAmoy), Is that we Americans
ought to bo making the acquaintance
of the pomelo, or Chinese bread fruit.
"Foreigners agree, that all things
considered, the ponu lo Is the finest
fruit in the Far East." he writes. "In
my opinion It Is one of the finest
fruits grown and I would bo very glad
lo ,-ee ii pioduced commercially in the
I'nited States. U combines the good
points of the orange with the good
points of the grape fruit. It is more
i-a.-ily handled than the orange, and
has not the peculiar bitter uua'.ity ot
the giape fruit. In general descrip
tion it may piilativ be known bh a
cross between tbe orange and the
grape fruit, but it is probable, that.'
If not the o:lginal citrus fruit, lt is ,
oliler than either the orange or the
grape tint'. Accoiitingiy it lias neon
cultivated In re in China for at least
2.UU0 years. ( believe that with mod
ern hort i. uit ui e and modern methods
of curing for and shipping the fruit
the poiic'lu would become one of the
most popular fruits in tin- I'nited
in v Corps of California, Ctah, Wyom
ing, Arizona, New Mexico and part of
Texas, will speak at the local bar
racks tomorrow morning, afternoon
und evening. The major will give
some starting experiences of the ear
lv davs of the army, which will be
of interest to all. "Calvary" will be
the subject nf his sermon in the even
ing. Major Willis is one of tile old
officers of the army of the Pacific
coast and bis coming has been antiei
ROSA FUTRELLE GIDEON,
Teacher of Piano.
Commercial Club building, Albuquer
que, N. M.
r.OBBET A COLLINS.
Civil and Minlno Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral ejurveyora.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M
Trixy - - Trixy
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
i Officers and Directors.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLDS President
M. W. FLOURNOY Vice President
FRANK McKEB Cashier
R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Authorized Capital 50n,ono.0
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits 1250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Railway Company
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 should like
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, President. D. A. McPHERSON, Vice President.
J. B. HERNDON, Cashier. ROY McDONALD, Assistant Cashier.
We sell the famous Trixy Hose for
boys and girls. There is no other
Hose as good for wear. The price is
20c per pair. Other kind, 10c and 15c
the pair. Try a pair ana ue c
Boston school shoes for boys and
girls, the kind that will stand hrad
For Boys, 90c, $1, $1.25, $1.40 and
up to 2.
For Girls, $1.15, $1.40 and up to $2.
Underwear for boys and girls, 15c
to 35c a garment.
Union suits for Girls, 40c to 50c.
The Cash Buyers' Union
Automatic 'Phone, 592.
DOLDE, Prop. 122 N. 2d St.
The Standard Plumbing & Heating Co.
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.
Auto. 'Phone, 671. 412 W. Railroad Ave. Colo. 'Phone, 234.
$25 California $25
Second Class Colonist Rates
uii-al barracks with pleas-
Trabdju en los
I.. i cosecba del betabel on el vecln
ilati.i (! Rocky Ford y l.amar, Colo
rado, i omenta, a detnro de linos dias.
Se iioce.-ita mi gran nuniero de tru-baj.idoi-.'S.
I .us labradons pagaran
bin no.- sueldos.
Vavai.r-e para Lamar o Rockv Ford
t'oinp.inia Aino.icana do Betabel.
(Ann-Mean Beet Sugar Company.)
I There are other WRITING IN SIGHT
; But the L. C. oMITIl BROS, by FAR
excels t'.u-m all. Then lt has a TAB
I L'LATuii and MIMEOGRAPH attach
i nieiit, without extra charge. Corr-
spondenco solicited. N. W. Alger,
genera: agent, 124 ScHith Walter St.
Sept. 15 lo Oct. 31
RUTN E Y
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
In the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
ALBUQUERUE. N. M.
Stopovers allowed In Cali- H
fornia. For particulars, call H
on any agent. M
H. S. LUTZ, h
J. J. BYRNE, Agent. M
G. P. A., Los Angeles, Cal. M
We are now prepared to figure on cement walks. We use first class
material and employ competent workmen, which Justifies us In glv.
ing you a positive guarantee. Our prices will compare favoiably
with responsible competition.
Laughlin Hydraulic Stone Company
AUTOMATIC PHONE 711.
TMimK of It
i a I e 4
a What's the use of a helper If
be Isn t willing? Willingness is
an ample mantle which will al- aY
moot cover all the sins of serv-
Ice. But a classified advertise-
incut in The Evening Citizen it a It
willing helper that ls not only
absoultely competent, bint also U
a willing worker. It works all
the time for you. U ls the best
and most economical publicity in
, l he mining camp
! ili.-'ance of t w 1 V e
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen s Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Don't wait for an expioslon
with gas the humane way.
Got Off Cheap.
Hi- may well think, he has got orf
cheap, who, after having contracted
const iiation or Indigestion is still ablo
to perf. ctly restnro his health. Noth
ing wi ! do this but Dr. King's New
l ife IM's. A quick, pleasant and cer
tain cure for headache, constipation,
etc., '.' ,'.e at a l druggists; guaranteed.
When Indigestion becomes chronic
lt is dangerous. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure
will cure Indigestion, and all trouble
resulting therefrom, thus preventing
catarrh of the stomach. Dr. New
brough, of League. W. 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 lt for
a number of patients with good suc
cess." Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests
what you eat and mnkos the stomach
sweet. Sold by all druggists.
. See the Light Man, Fourth and Gold Ave.
Nearly twice the amount of light for the
same amount of money, under
the new schedule.
ST. MICHAEL'S COLLEGE
SANTA FE, N. M.
THE FORTY-SEVENTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT. 4, '05