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ALHUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1905.
Now Is tiHne Time
In this world of hurry we net an ustomed to set aside a certain
time for doing certain things.
During the next thirty days you are going to buy snoes for fall
and winter. That Is why we want to say to you now: "Consider
well, our line of Men's, Women's und Children's Fine Shoes." Our
poods are sold on their nieilts. Hrain and leather, well mixed, make
good shoes. From this combination we get
And It Is upon the style and quality of our goods that we rely for
Men's Shoes $1.50 to $4.00
.ARE YOU TIRED OF
If you are, let us know, and we will
he pleased to call and explain our
new, low rates for residence lighting.
SEE THE LIGHT MANFOURTH AND GOLD AVE.
00400000 O O
Cor. First Street and Tijer,. Rosd
vVhen bought right are a good Investment. Our prices are right. We Invite
you to c-il and examine the beautiful diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
The largest stock to select from ever shown
in the city.
Nobby Blouse Suits, - $3.00 to $6 50
Durable School Suits, - 2.50 to 5.50
Young Mens Suits, $7.50, $10, $12 and $15
Two pairs of Pants with $4.50 School Suits.
$1.35 to $4.00 9
Shoes 85c to $2.50 O
With food preparations from P. F.
Trotter's grocery Is thorough assur
ance that you are starting the day
right. This also holds good for all
other meals, as any article of food
purchased at our store can be abso
lutely depended upon for genuine ex
cellence. We thoroughly test any
goods offered us, and retain In our
stock only those found good and
r. r. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
Finish off Fall
with a coat of Heath & Mllllgan's
paint over your wood work where
needed. You will find It most sat
isfactory. Inasmuch an It will miu
.clean things look cleaner, and.
what Is more, make them stay so.
We also have a In r?A Btnnir t lum
ber, sash and doors, glass, cement,
and Rex Flint Kote Roofing.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
I First Street and Marquetta
Wj are now open fop business, with
a new and second-hand Una of furni
ture, at 114 8outh Fourth street, In
the Gleckler buUdlng.
IRVAN & HAYGOOD.
CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE
PAIRING Harness, Spring Wagons Built to
ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
Fair tonight; col&Vr In south por
tion; frost tonight In north portion.
Sunday, fair and warmer.
M. U. Otero, of Santa- Fe, Is the
guest of friends in Albuquerque.
Attorney II. H. Ferguson is transact
ing business in Hernalillo today,
A. 11. Kenelian, attorney, of Santa
Fe, is transacting business In the city.
I.ouls tinning, farmer and stock
laiser of Los Lunas, la spending the
day in the city.
Postmaster Frank I. Given, of
Hillsboro, Siena county, spent the day
in Albuquerque on private business.
Miss Hcrtha Ilase Is recovering
from h rase of typhoid fever, which
has confined her to her bed for sev
Mrs. T. II. Henson left this morn
ing for her home at Bland, after a
pleasant visit with her daughter, Mrs.
J. H. Peague, of SHD West Gold ave
O. TIetzel, collaborator for the liar
vey curio, who bas been engaged In
classifying the curios of the local and
Grand Canyon collections, expects to
leave tomoirow for Chicago.
Passengers who arrived In the city
today from the west report a heavy
snow at Flagstaff and Williams, Ariz.
A heavy snow Is also reported to have
fallen at the Grand Canyon.
Miss Genevieve Porter, who has
been spending some weeks In Alnu
querque, a guest at the home of Eu
gene Conroy and family, left last
night for her home in Chicago.
'ihe regular monthly meeting of the
Catholic Ladies' Air Bociety will he
neld in the Knights of Columbus club
rooms Tuesday, October 3, at 2:30 p.
m. All members requested to be pres
Miss Mary Matthewson. a well
known educator of Topeka, Kan., ar
rived In the city last night and today
took charge of the Harwood Indus
trial school for boys, on North Fourth
The First Regiment band of this
city, which furnished music for the
northern New Mexico fair at Las Ve
gas, returned to the city last night.
The boys report a good time at the
The Sunday school of the Lead Ave
nue Methodist church will bold their
annual rally day tomorrow at 9:45 a.
m. The program is entirely new, In
cluding a talk by Mrs. J. H. Foulks, of
Assistant United States District At
torney E. L. Medler, who has been
confined to his home on West Tijeraa
avenue for the past two weeks, suffer
ing from an attack of typhoid fever.
19 reported to be Improved.
Mrs. Llewellyn Powers, wife of the
congressman from Maine, who ar
rived in Albuquerque last week with
a sick son, who he placed In St.
Joseph s hospital, arrived In the city
last night from the east, called here
by the dangerous Illness of t'ue boy,
who Is reported to be very low with
Frank Stortz, book-keeper for the
Albuquerque Transfer company, the
Surety Investment company and the
Vlctono Land and Cattle company,
will leave this evening, accompanied
by his family, for Point Pleasant, W.
Va for a two weeks' vacation. Mrs.
Stortz and child will be absent from
the city a couple of months.
The Christian church begins its
autumn Sunday evening popular lec
tues tomorrow evening at 7:30 o'clock,
with a lecture by Prof. C. E. Hodgin,
on "Theories Conceining Our Ethical
Relations." Next Sunday, October 8,
Dr. George T. Gould, of the Evening
Citizen. President W. G. Tight lec
tures Sunday evening, October 22.
Others will be announced later.
President W. P. Johnson, of the
American Lumber company, accom
panied by E. F. Allen, vice chairman
of the board of directors, returned to
thn cltv last nirht from a trln in lha
camps of the company In the Zunl j
mountains. isotn gentlemen will
spend a few days longer In the city
before returning to their homes In
William Nayen, a full-blood Apache
Indian and a graduate of the local In
dian school, lett last night for Hamp
ton, Va., where he will enter the
Hampton Indian Institute, one of the
leading Indian schools in the United
States. Nayen is from the White
Mountain agency in Arizona, and ac
cording to the teachers of the local In
dian school, is one of the brightest
Indiana that ever attended the school.
On your way hoii,e Saturday night,
drop Into the Zeiger Cafe, have a cold
bottle, some of our free lunch, and go
Our Women's Iiandau Slippers nre
the daintiest and most comfortable
shoe for house wear. They a: e made
of soft kid, with light, hand-turned
soles, and have no heels. Either black
or red. Only J 1.15 a pair at C. May's
Shoo Store, 314 West Railroad avenue.
OF PAUL MORTON
George W. Barrett Lodged in
City Jail Upon Serious
MIND IS PROBABLY UNBALANCED
After a ha.-o extending across
manv states Special Ollieer Hen Will
laniM, of the Simla Ke railway, cap
tured Ocori;.' iiarruu yesterday
afternoon at Thornton, N. M. The
charge agaii.-i Barrett is attempting
to blaekmai, I'aul Morton, president
of the Eouiiii1 Life Assurance socle
ty. in addi'ioii there are charges
against liaipu for attempted black
mail of prom, in in railway magnates
and capitalist in different parts of
In the ca.-e of .Morton Barrett wrote
to him and l mancled that he send
him $50U at once. .Mr. Morton turned
ihe letter ot to the chief of t he
secret service of the Santa Fe rail
way, as the Idler was written to him
while he was third vice president of
that road. Then began the search for
the blaekmai. er. In the meantime
complaints began coming in to the
postofllce department from railway
magnates over the country and capit
alists, who had also received letters
from, one George W. Barrett.
After a search throughout the east
for Barrett the man was finally trac
ed to New Mexico. The matter was
placed In the hands of Fostotllce In
spector Sunt hers and Special Oilicer
Ben Williams, in chargo of the secret
service of the western grand division
of the Santa Fe. The olllcers were
not long lu landing their man. The
last letter written to Mr. Morton bore
the postmark of Thornton, N. M., and
Williams at once proceeded to Thorn
ton to see if he could locate its auth
or. He arrived at Thornton yesterday
afternoon and heard that the much-
wanted Barrett was there. He also
learned that he was a negro and re
garded as a desperate man. The offi
cer laid his plans accordingly. Bar
rett was located in a restaurant eat
ing supper and Williams at once went
to the restaurant to get his man. He
anticipated trouble and was prepared.
As soon as he stepped into the res
taurant, Barrett saw blm and knew
what he hail come for. The big negro
started to put up a desperate resist
ance, but tiie oflicer was too quick for
him and soon had a pair of steel
bracelets on his wrists. He boarded
the first train for Aibuquerque and
arrived late last night. Barrett was
locked In the city Jail for Bate keep
ing. Admits Sending Letter.
This morning in company with Offi
cer Williams and Chief of Police Mo
Miilin, a Citizen reporter visited Bar
rett In the city Jail. He came out of
his cell upon being called and seemed
more than auxious to talk. When
asked if ho had written the letter to
Mr. Morton, in which he had demand
ed $5UU, ho answered yes. The letter
was shown him and he said it was
his, but was at a loss to account for
how It came into the possession of the
In addition a number of other let
ters were found on Barrett's person,
among them being letters from sever
al big trust companies In St. Louis
Mo. These letters showed that he had
written to the companies demanding
Mind Probably Unbalanced.
Barrett taiks in a rapid manner,
uses good English and appears to be
a man who has a good education. He
talks alout John D. Rockefeller, and
says he is In the employ of the Stand
ard Oil company. His statements are
so preposterous and his manner so
peculiar that the only verdict one can
arrive who sees him, is that the man
May Be Notorious Criminal.
Although Barrett may be Insane,
his capture Is none the less import
ant and reflects much credit upon Of
ficer Ben Williams. Information In
possession of the olllcers is to the ef
fect that the man is a criminal who
may be badly wanted In other parts
of the country. It Is said that be has
been in trouble in Kansas City, Mo.,
Cleveland, Ohio, different parts of
Colorado and other places. He bears
several bad scars, which would go to
show that he has been mixed up in
several desperate encounters.
Barrett claims Cleveland, Ohio, as
Mi home, but says he is originally
from Australia. It is very probable
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CHAS. F. MYERS.
To get your Stove Wo;k done before the rush. Quick Meal, John
Van & Pacific Ranges; Radiant Home and Perfection Home Base
Burners; Mountain Oak and Groat Western Heaters. The most cora
plete lino In the city,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HUT ULAST H HATERS.
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that bo will bo examined as to his
sanity at once and committed to an
asylum, as be Is a dangerous man to
have at large.
Wednesday Afternoon, October 4, at
1:30 O'clock, at No. 114 South
Fourth Street. Across From the
Commercial Club. I
I will sell the entire furnishings'
of a five-room home, consisting of new i
Majestic range, kitchen cabinet, kltch-j
on utensils, refrigerator, glassware,
dishes, handsome dining table, leather
bottom dining chairs, golden oak cen-'
ter table, maple, cane and leather
bottom rockers, Morris chair, Axmln-i
sier ca."iets and rugs, statuaries, lin
ens, one brass bed, mattresses,!
springs. Garland base burner, lace j
curtains, with brass poles; maple
dresser, pictures, cut glass, and other
fancy dishes, bric-a-brac, etc.
The nliove goods will positively go
at public auction, without reserve, to
satisfy a claim held upon the goods.
They are nil practically new and in
absolute sanitary condition.
See them at the aliove store room
Tuesday next, the day before the sale.
H. S. KNIGHT,
We have removed from 310 West
Gold avenue to 217 West Gold, In the
office occupied by the J. M. Moore
WATER SUPPLY CO.
GOETZ'S PICALILLI AT MALOY'S
Everybody says so. What? That
the Zelger Cafe puts up the best Sat
urday night lunch in town.
HOME MADE PICCALILLI
V ZEIGER'S CAFE.
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings, Hose,
Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. Write for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
II WHITNEY COMPANY I
U3-US-M7 South First Street J 401-403 North Flrrt Street
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X Tfi on f v 5?Vinrt drAvr Limrfi
! Room in theCity. Fine Coffee F
j ry' 216 S. Second St. E j
THERE IS MONEY
In taking subscrlbtlons to The Four
Track News, the great illustrated
monthly magazine of travel and edu
cation. A quick seller. Very liberal
teims. Large profits. Agents want
ed everywhere. White George H. Dan
iels, Publisher, 7 East Forty-second
Btreet, New York, for full particulars.
Whitewash your chicken house with
Hahn's Eureka white lime.
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B. J. POST & OO.
QUICK MEAL RANGES.
HEAL ! - 1 ':
old friend, V.
makes Polonius say this to
his son. Good advice and
as we have no evidence that
l'olonius was a tailor, we
don't believe he was adver
tising himself. However,
nowadays, "costliness" does
not mean "quality," as l'o
lonius evidently implied.
Had he lived in 1905 he
Simoira Stenm !
THIS would have been
good advice because he
would get yuality, Style and Fit at a moderate price.
While he would have a choice of goods ranging fiom $15 to
$40, he would be assured that the $15 suit would have as
much style to it as the high grade, better quality, $40 clothes.
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
rftf-a- VMZis2UL 11 miCQlRncp Two Big Stores X
IIS West Railroad Ave. 107 South Second St. I"' oUOOAnUlT! 0 $
We Have a Special Scissor
t For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut stroke. We carry many
I different sizes and styles to select from. Try a Wissj
i Agents for
j Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re-
j volvers and Automatic Tistols, StuJebaker Riigiks and Wagons, Eclipse
I Wind Mills, STARRETT'S Machinist Tools a specialty.
kuh Nathan at return CO
poor cigars when good ones are
obtainable at the same .price is
a crime. At every price from 5
cents up CIGARS
can be purchased here. This
stock is made up of goods that
will certainly please. There's
something for every man ac
cording to his taste Imported,
Key West and Domestic Cigars
of excellent Quality.
Try the High Life and Little
Sultana cigar. They're low
priced, but they're good.
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122 South C I MfAOUDIIDM Pfl
Second Street I L,. WWMOIIUUI1I1 UU,
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue
- - - Albuquerque, New Mexico