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ALHUQUKUQUE EVENING CITIZEN
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1905.
PRETTY MAMIE OMAN
. APPEALS FOR A DIVORCE
Sister of Governor Otero and. Was Married to Attorney
Harry J. O'Bryan in 1889, Subsequently
Residing in Denver.
Muniie O'Bryan, vs. Harry O'Biyan.
That's the way It appears on the records of the district court,
ami It means divorce.
The action, which was filed yesterday, Anil suppressed by Yeaman
& Gove, counsel for Mrs. O'Bryan, will cause decidedly spicy gossip
In business circles and cause the tongue of society to wag even .as
far away as New Mexico. New York and Pennsylvania.
Non-support Is the charge. Non-support for two years. O'Rryan
will probably enter no spirited defense. He Is now in New Y'ork.
A A Jt A A A . A t
Harry O'Bryan met the beautiful
Mamie Otero, sister of Governor Otero
of New Mexico, many years ago, and
alxnit 1883 he won her, says the Den
ver News, of October 12. The wed
ding was one of the mos brilliant so
cial events ever pulled cX in the territory'-
Two children were bo;n of
An estrangement sprang up between
the couple, and that they were un
happy, soon became generally known.
Weird stories were circulated about
the husband, and received. It Is said,
with little surprise or concern by the
Finally they parted.
The wife recently came from Paris,,
and la with J. Gatten O'Bryan and
O'Bryan became mixed up In sev
eral unpleasant actions at law. He
wriggled out of them, somehow.
But there la one of which his skirts
are not clear, by any means.
Sheriff Nisbet has been anxiously
looking for O'Bryan for a niontb, on
an attachment Issued some time ago
by Judge Charles McCall of the county
court. A little more than a year ago
Sophia Chrockeron, who had been re
tained by O'Bryan as stenographer, at
a salary of $30 per month, brought suit
In the county court, claiming that she
had worked from September 1, 1902,
until February 1, 1903, and had never
been given a penny by her employer.
She asked for $150, and the jury
awarded her that amount, with $20.50
But the debonaire Mr. O'Bryan
didn't allow any such small thing as
a Judgment to annoy him. He bad
been there before, and had lived
through them triumphantly. Finally,
after waiting some niorM-hs more Miss
Chrockeron again appealed to the
court, and Judge Undsey ordered an
attachment to Issue and O'Bryan to
be brought Into court. Ho was brought
In, as handsomely attired as ever; anfl
to prove the assertion that he had no
money, emptied his iocket8 of sixty
five cents which they contained. Judge
IUndsey told him he might sell some
of bis extensive wardrobe and ordered
him ta pay the money Immediately.
Several times after that Mr. O'Bryan
was called Into court, but he always
managed to escape somehow.
Finally, during the races last sum
mer, he came Into the office of Miss
Chroekeron's attorney, Ernest Morris,
and paid him $25. "I nearly died,"
said Mr. Morris, "at the shock, and
he evidently decided 'not to risk It
again, as that Is the last we saw of
him. We have been looking for him
some time and would be delighted to
meet him face to face once more."
The family home, which was heav
ily Incumbeied, was turned over to the
I wife, and the mortgage paid by the
mother of O'Bryan. Ail her sympathy
I Is for the wife, and shortly after the
separation she took Mrs. O'Bryan to
Europe with her. The children,
Irene and DeHoss, were also taken to
I Paris, where they will be educated
In rntn1; tn-,!t,,,l n 1
ill v niuwiii. iiiniuuuuiis at me KICMIU
mother'B expense. Du;Ing their res
idence together In this city, the
O'Bryan's were much In society, Mrs.
O'Bryan being a familiar figure at the
Country club. She was quite an en
thusiast at golf, and always appeared
at the horse shows. Locally, the
sentiment is all in her favor, as the
many friends of the husband were
alienated by his notorious affairs and
his treatment of his wife.
WOMAN HAS PROMISED
TO BUILD 100 SCHOOLS
TEACHER FROM THE NORTH HAS AMBITION TO PROVIDE BUILD
INGS IN LOUISIANA AND ALABAMA WHITE CHILDREN ARE
STARVING FOR EDUCATION BECAUSE THEY CANNOT BE PROP
ERLY HOUSED GOVERNORS INDORSE THE AIMS OF DR. AGNES
it : ;W? Sfi p -
fir J s sJfr.Yr
(With an ambition to provide ade
quate school facilities for the white
children of the south, Dr. Agnes V.
Kelley, of Meadville, Pa., who has
been teaching in the south, has begun
a movement to build school houses In
Louislan and Alabama.. She can be
communicated with through the Arena
magazine of Boston. She writes ex'
Gov. Jelke of Alabama writes:
"I will be glad to meet you at any
time or place and assure you of my
hearty co-operation and sympathy In
the great work you contemplate." '
I have promised the governors of
these two states to undertake the
building of 100 of these school houses.
One thousand in each state will fall
pressly for this newspaper her rea-lfar short of the actual number re-
By Agnes Valentine Kelley, M. D.
As a nation we are Justly proud of
our magnificent public school system.
Our standard is the highest iu the
world. But has that standard been
reached in every state in the Union?
.Many of the southern states, prin
cipally tltt- gulf ttates, are not able
to incur t lie double expense of build
ing and maintaining schools. A very
large propoMion of the country school
buildings ate rough wooden boxes,
with rule and Insufficient furniture.
Good ttachrrs cannot continue teach
ing in such places. am acquainted
with many localities where no school
building of any kind exists, and this,
too, where the school population Is
large. I have known instance where
the chance city vlstior has been
moved by the condition of the people
to gather around her the children
and sometimes older persons ami in
struct them iu the common I, ranches
of b-.ning. In Louisiana alone S.OOu
children are passim; the educalile
limit every year. Kitty live per cent
of these children are not In school be
cause we have not sufficient school
buildings in which to cany on our
Id.-ponding to my Inquiry as to I hat
the stu'es need in the way of school
buildings. Guv. B!ancbard of Ixjuis
"We ate sally in need of more and
better rural school houses. The state
is deticient in that way. You and
those associated with you could not
do a nobler work or one that Is more
needed than In building plain country
school houses that will a"ord the
youth of the state a chance to obtain
a start In an education that will fit
them to fill the social as well as more
serious duties of citizenship."
quired. The governors promise to be
present and lay the corner stones for
the first such building in their re
Citizens, you give munificently to
colleges, universities, to churches, to
the missionaries iu Africa. India and
China, and now it is In the name of
the white children of two states iu
your own country that I appeal for
aid. They will repay for your gener
osity in well dowered brains and character.
RESIGNS JOB AT LAS VEGAS
AND GOES TO FLAGSTAFF.
A. V. Blair, who has be, n acting as
mailing clerk at the has Vegas post
office for the past month, has re
signed his position and will ieturn to
his home at Kkigstaff, An., the lat
ter part of the week, to accept a more
remunerative position in the luin.vr
business. He will be succeeded at the
postollice ly Jack Nash, who Has
been holding a position as clerk in
tin office of the secretary of the ter
ritorial cattle sanitary board.
DIPPING THOUSANDS OF
SHEEP THIS WEEK.
F. P. McCormlck. has left Las Ve
gas for the Secundino Hnmnrn hcr
he will dip between 3,Ouo and 4,000
ceau or sneep.
PAPAGO INDIAN BOY
RETURNS TO SCHOOL.
The l'apago Indian who escaped
from the United States Indian Training-
school In Santa Fe a few days
ago, has returned voluntarily. He was
half starved and was very glad to get
a roof over his head again. He had
been wandering about aimlessly In
the hills around Ceirillos and Iamy.
Superintendent Clinton J. Crandall is
making every effort to recapture the
three Navajo pupils who ran away officials?
two days ago, and has offered a re
ward for their return.
From Josh Wise.
Don't think th' whole
world's wet Jest beraust
it's raltiin' around you.
Do you know any life Insurance
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 535. OfTtce, 208&
West Gold Avenue.
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats.
Steam Sauiage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street.
OF LUNA COUNTY.
The total assessment of I. una coun
ty for 19o5 is $1,559,548, a gain of $S,-
195 over the year previous. The ex
emptions amount to $39,755. The per
capita assessment Is a little over $300.
Ihe principal losses over last year
have been cattle, $16,278, and miscel
laneous property, $14,052, while the
"No," replied the former nn mbrr
of the legislature, "I never bad that
The Grateful Hen.
"Of course," said the man who
spends four hours a day on the Inter
urban cars going from bed to work
and from work to bed. "you fellows
don't know anything about chickens,
don't give them credit for having any
brains, but It s a mighty dumb chick
en that hasn't got as much ser..-.o a a
principal gains have been, city lots, ib'i; 'I nk" ,v. obi N n. fo.- :i tniur.
$20,255, and mineral lands, $10,659. one of those family hens that Is allow
The principal Item on the assess- ed the freedom of the iiouse--ta've?
ment rolls is railroads, $749,716, or .her bath In the flour bin, Instead of
more than one-half of the total as- the dusty road, roosts on the piano
sessment. City lots are second, with ' and lays her eggs on the bed In the
$253,485, and cattle third, with $232,-' "spare room,' instead of In the hay
899. Other Items of the assessment mow. Now, she may not be able to
roll are: Grazing lands, $82,926; mer-'do any tricks stand on her hind legs,
chandise, $50,355: banks, $33,000; growl for a bone or chase the cows
household goods, $17,504; horses, $14,- out of the corn hut when it comes to
900; mineral lands, $14,260: agriculr-! reasoning, downright thinking, why
ural lands, $12,020; telephones and j shes a bird.
telegraphs, $10,531; engines, $10,020; "We had one of those family hens,
saloon fixtures, $7,465: carriages and called her Alice. She had served us
wagons, $5,875; musical instruments, I faithfully for several years, laying Just
$5,41.2; coal, $2,500; aheep, $2,125; so many eggs the year 'round, without
saddles and hamess, $1,960; goats, regard to season, or the trust prices,
$1,670; sewing machines, $1,486; mis- and showing no ill feeling when she
cellaneous property, $1,217; books, saw us lead her children to the chop-
'.""; mutes, itiou; rarm implements, ping mock. Well, one time when Alice
4u,; watcnes and clocks, $284;' sur
face Improvements of mines, $275;
tools, $270: burros, $100; swine, $07;
was hatching out her spring brood,
my wife's sympathy got the better of
her the better of my wife, of course.
not of the hen and thought we ought
The total assessment of the live to do something to lighten Alice's bnr-
stock Interests, Including grazing dens, so after much discussion we
lands, amounts to $335,325, or a lit
tle over 20 per cent of the entire valuation.
bought a little parlor incubator, nut
it in the corner of the kitchen, and
transferred Alice's eggs to It.
"Poor Alice was heart broken. She
camped In the kitchen, spending most
of her time on the sink, where she
could get a good view of the eggs.
USE OF CONCRETE IN
THE MINING INDUSTRY.
Concrete is now displacing wood In
the mining Industry. It Is found to 1 Hay after day, with hanging head and
more durable, efficient, and in the long the saddest eves I ever saw in any
run more economical than timber and filing but a human being, old Alice sat
lumber. Concrete, says the Arlchltect j there watching the eggs. She watched
and Engineer of California, Is used for ; every proceeding with all the Interest
lining shaftes, airways and other open- of an amateur poultry man. When I
Hum iup IO nonom or tne van-, poured oil into the Incubator lamp
ous openings. It does away with the she stood there watching me. with her
water diipping down the sides of the head cocked to one side like an In
shafts. so common with wood linings, surance adjuster on his first visit to
"men rHpiaiy aeterioraie, ana must the scene of a fire.
frequently be replaced, while concrete "But you should have seen her when
once in place calls for little or no re-, she saw the little chicks pop through.
i-niio. m me saint lime n noma me sav. if thorn oo co- . ...ioj
loooe rock and earth In place, thus re-; hen It was old Alice. My. how she
..v,.,..s i-h.-uii.iii oi aanger. wnicn clucked and took on. But that hen
... ""j or less present in tne t wasn't worth one cent after that. It
, u ii'iuiKs, especially in deep ruined her, completely ruined her."
m.u.ns, wuere ueatn onen results "How s that?" asked the man who
" Vl V,e 8lnes or ue "bln't know anything about chickens.
nan ureat tracts or forest lands are , "Well, you know we people in the
denuded to eupply timber required In country get our oil fro tank wagons
mining operations, and in numerous that call at the door every two or
Bui-piy Having tnree days. And the old hen followed
run short, in the Immediate vicinity that oil wagon around until she got
or me mine, long hauls at great ex-1 varicose veins in her legs, and the oil
me euutueu to Keep up uie man killed her out of mercy."
ilojui j aiiiniiiem to pel Hill WOCK TO
be continued with safety. Concrete,
displacing wood In mining has brought
the desired relief In this respect. Its
use is destined to become almost uni
versal in permannei mining opera
Many Albuquerque Citizens Know
How Sure They Are.
Nothing uncertain alout the work
of Doan s Kidney Pills in Albuquer
que. There is plenty of positive proof
of this in the testimony of citizens.
Such evidence should convince the
most skeptical sufferer. , Read the
B. H. Thomas, rooming house 509
South Second street, says: "I have
read somewhere that backache was
generally an indication of kidney com
plaint, and when there was added to
it trouble with the kidney secretions
the signs were unmistakable. When
I contracted a cold Itoth these annoy
ances existed and for eight months.
If one attack ceaed, another was sure
to follow, so that I can consistently
say I was almost bothered contin
ually. I finally went to the Alvarado
pharmacy for Ikian's Kidney Pills and
took the remedy. It did exactly as
promisiMl stopped the annoyance
very promtly and effectively."
For saJe by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Koster-Milbtirn Co., Buffalo, X.
V., sole agents for the United States.
Hemember the name Doan's and
take no other. t;i
He Lacked Heart.
"So you've been playing the stock
"Yes, a little."
"How do you feel after bumping In
to those Wall street pirates."
Clothes cleaned, pressed and dyed.
All clothes called for and delivered.
2oi; West Silver avenue. Auto phone
721. G. D. HofTman, proprietor.
"Mother was lucky" papa iioughta
GOET2 S PICALILLI AT MALOY'S
Butcher Won't Need Ice Now.
Howard Snow left last week for
Sharon, where lie has accepted a posi
tion in a meat market. Cortland (O.)
Hopper Skipping Around,
('litis. Hopper made an auto trip to
I'ainesviHe recently. Geneva (O.)
"It takes patience to make a good
piano player," she said.
"That's right, it does." her father
replied. "But her mother and I bad
John )). Km ki feller savs be values
his good name more than all of bis
wealth. There's many a man who can
say the same after he counts up.
STRAYED OR STOLEN.
From Willard, N. M., Sept. 27, three
horses of the following description:
Hay burse btanded KL-N on left hip.
Hay horse, branded N on left hip.
Black horse, branded N on left bip.
A liberal reward win be paid for
the return of the animals to Vl.alo T.
Sanchez, l.os Lunas, N. M.
Plans to Get Rich
downs, due to dyspepsia or constipa
tion. Brace up and take Dr. King's
New Life Pills. They take out the
materials that are clogging your en
ergies, and give you a new start. Cure
headache and dizziness, too. At all
drug stores; 25c, gua:anteed.
are often frustrated Ly sudden break-
AN INSIDIOUS DISEASE
THAT BREAKS DOWN
Rheunip.tir.m docs not finite on in a day; the ' '-' 5 1 KUrtvlLJl
cnt:ses that produce, it woik silently in the system for years. This insidious
disease la nines intrenched in the blood, and some exposure to cold or d imp
weather, or slight indiscretion bS in's on an attack. Poor digestion, stomach
troubles, weak Kidneys, torpid Liver, and a general sluggish condition ol
the system are responsible lor Rheumatism. Food souring in the stomach
poisons the blond, 'he faiiuie of the Kidneys and Liver to act jiroju rly leaves
waste matter anil i:niiiritics in the system, which, coming-in contact with
the natural acids of the body, form uric acid. This is absorbed by the blood,
and as it penetrates to the muscles, nerves and bones products the terrible
pains and aches and other disagreeable symptoms of Rheumatism. Life is
made a torture by its ccruci.itiiii; pains, nerves are shattered, the health un
dermined, and if the disease is m t checked it breaks down the strongtst con
stitutioti. It will not do to depend on plasters, liniments, etc ; siu h treatment
is helj.ful in easing u,e ,,,uu ,in, reducing the inflammation, but does in it
reach the Hood where the real trouble is located. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism
by purifying and invigorating the thin, acrid
blood, driving out all impurities and poisons and
sending a stream of strong, rkh blond to wa-h
out all irritating particles that an-causing the
pain and inflammation. S S. S. stimulates the
sluggish organs to better action, tones up the
sminacu ami digestion, restores nervous energy
and builds up the entire health. S. S. S. cures Rheumatism, whether acute
or chrome, and the cure is thorough and lasting. Book on Kheumatisui
and any medical advice desired without charge.
THE SWIFT SPECtriC CO., A TIANTA, GA
B. A. BLEY8TER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
-Smoke the White Lily Cigar.
JOE RICHARDS CIGARS
113 1-2 W. Railroad Avenue.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Bros.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first class baking.
207 S. First Street. Albuquerque.
Thos. F. Kelchcr
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lap
Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts Ave years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and
409 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Established In 1882
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Sole acents for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Heekln & Co.'s Coffees, Ira
boden's Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Hillsboro Creamery Butter Best on
214 South Second Street.
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
Automatic phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo Building.
CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED -Wholesale
HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Mgr.
C02 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C Raldrldge's Lum
TOTI A GRADI
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your orders for
this line with us
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
The Fuehr Undertaking Company
Successors to Edwards & Fuehr
307 West Railroad Avenue.
3sth 'Phones. Day or Night
REDUCED PRICES j
On Dental Work. Plates, 18.00;
Gold Crowns, $6.00; Fillings, $1.00
I up. Teeth extracted -without pain, !
60c. AH guaranteed.
! B. F. COPP, D. D. S.
Room 17. N. T. Armljo Building.
John W. Abbott, Prop.
Only thm Bett
Meats, Butter and Eggs
109 North Second St.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE FEED AND TRANS
Horses and Mules bought and ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
Movin Drayin' Shippin'
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln'.
Ey the Albuquerque Transfer Men
$25 California $25
Second Class Colonist Rates
A PR O POSITION
Your land, worth $2 an acre, Is. by
the use of one of our irrigation plants,
made worth $100 per acre. Write us
for catalogue No. 9, on "Irrigation and
Pumping Machinery," and tell about
your requirements. We can help you.
The Hendric & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER. COLORADO
If sufficient Inducement offers
Uj& Expert Accountant
Will give a series of Twenty Lessons In
o Practical BooRReepir&g'
f For particulars and terms, apply at the office. 212 S. Jd SL 1
MEL INI & EAKIN, Wholesale tl'iior and Cigar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F. C. Whiskies. Moet &
Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian and
Jos. Schlltz Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owners and distributors
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
The William-; Dttig Co.
O. B. WILLIAMS snd F. W. SCHMALMAACK, Proprietors.
Compounded by a
Member of the Firm
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE,
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Its Gold Ave.
Member of Board of Optometry Examiners.
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry workT Try It and see how durable It is.
Notice how long it keeps It finish. We turn out linen, white as snow
and free from all specks or wrinkles.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. "Red Wagons"
Two Daily Trains Each Way
El Paso and Southwestern System
Rock Island System
Louis, Kansas City and
The Great Southwest
Standard and Tourist Sleepirs.
Chair Cars and Coaches.
Dining Cars meals a la carte.
WIDE VESTIBULED THROUGHOUT.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE.
The Khortest, quickest and lest line between the Great Lakes,
the Mississippi Valley and tlie 1'acltlc Coast.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
V. K. STILES.
Gen. Passenger Agt
Sept, 15 to Oct. 31
M Stopovers allowed In Cali
fornia. For particulars, call
on any agent.
H. S. LUTZ.
J. J. BYRNE, Agent.
G. P. A., Los Angeles, Cal.
At Consistent Prics
NEXT- TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 W. Railroad Ave.
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