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ALBUOUKKQUE EVENING ClT.La.KX.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28. 1905.
THE EVENING CITIZEN
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(Automatic 183. Belt 5.
Arrested and Identified by
Wife as the Slayer of Her
I NEW YORK FASHION LETTER
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Now York Oct. 2K It la not always f smiled upon by the elite. As a re
Dip woman who has the mon extern 1 rult now designs show handsome
, . , .v, kotl .,,,.. shoulder trimmings of si.k cords ex-
sive wardrobe who la the best dressy ten,,H1, vrgt (ffrrt!, or fancy cloth and
ed said a world famed courtourlere, nt,w r,,Vers and cuffs designs which
discussing the possibilities within take away the ploblan qualities of the
reach of an average dress allowance, season and make them really elegant.
HE IS NOW IN JAIL AT GALLUP
Wednesday "Navajo Indian Jim"
was arrested on a warrant chrging
him 'with tbe murder of the late An
dre Casna, says -the Gallup Repub
lican. Sheriff Coddington, accompan
ied by Chief Deputy De Shon went
out with the warrant to a point about
forty miles north of Gallup, where
they found the Indian at his hogan.
He made no resistance when arrested,
and came to town peacefully and is
now a prisoner in the county jail.
Day before yesterday Airs. Casna
was able to talk clearly on the mur
der, and, stated that her husband was
killed by "Navajo Jim." Justice Bed
dow.went to the house where Mrs.
Casna Is remaining, and she swore
to the murder charge against the Nav
ajo Indian. Tbe officers took the war
rant and served it as above mention
ed. After the warrant had been
served, the Idian broke down and
tears came into his eyes, for he was
very much frightened, although at
the time he had not heard on what
charge the white men 'bad taken him
Into custody. After the first show
ing of fright and grief the Indian re
sumed his usual unmoved tempera
Now that Mrs. Casna is able to
talk, she told for the first time the
Btory of the killing on the night of
the murder she was awakened by a
noise in the house, and raised herself;
in bed and saw the Indian in one of
the rooms. 'He had lighted a lamp and
was searching for something. She
'called her husband and the Indian ran
out of the house. Casna jumped out
of bed and gave chase to tbe Navajo,
who had made for the stable. Casna
followed him until near the stabir,
when the Indian turned and fired the
shot that proved fatal. As has been
told before, Casna went to the house,
where he fell and his wife raised him
from the floor just as the second shot
was fired through the window by the
Indian. It. is now believed by the offi
cers that the Indian meant to kill
Mrs. Casna when he fired the second
shot, and that thw" bullet that wound
ed her was not. fired at her husbana
as was the first theory. Mrs. Casna
recognized the Navajo when he was
brought to her yesterday. She says
that "Navajo Jim" is the man who
did the shooting, of which she Is pos
itive. She also states that this Nava
jo was at the house the evening be
fore and that he made certain in
quiries about the people at the house
and aii out a saddle that he wanted.
The saddle was missing when the of
ficers went to the bouse the day after
De Shon said that the report
that the Indian had confessed to the
crime is false, as the Indian has
'hardly abl a word since he was arrested.
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Merely a Lace Coat Coating $15,000.
How many women in America wear me like It?
Most of taem are-satisfied with a winter jacket that "cof.'.s $10, and
tens of thousands of them never dream of one that costs as much as thi3
modest sum. Yet $15,000 Is the price paid lor anlriih lace guipure lace
The woman whose graceful figure it adorns won't wear It a dozen
times during tbe season.. She will no. have to, for she counts her coats,
jackets, wraps and cloaks by the nun ireds. But Just vVery once In a while
she will don this gorgeous lace coat, Uiat represents the life work of doz
ens of gray-eyed, dark-haired lassies of Erin's Isle.
Every day that this coat is in existence it grow greater in value.
Lace Is like rare old wine with time it gets richer ami richer, and when It
has ilieen handed down lor a few generations it U priceless.
To dress In proportion with a $15,000 coat means a total investment of
$100,000 in jewelry, silks and feathers.
glove fiting coat. Above the hem
there are two rippled tucks, stitched
on with the narrowest soutache braid.
A combination vest and facing dis
tinguishes the front of the coat, be
ing of embroidered cloth put on with
a pipping and braid used on the skirt.
The revers of green moire are bound
j with silk b'-aiil and a hat of green
j velvet plume trimmed, completes the
I Satin and velvet are associated In
the construction of every chic cos
I tupie, as are also silk velvet and cor
duroy velvet. Dnrk blue broadcloth
costumes are more elegant than can
be described in ni'-re words. A stun-
: nine French model is made with a
i long skirt cirrn nr in cut, molding the
j hip", fin ilng he'ow and v!iov;"g a
Ueml train. The coat Is tight tilting,
,vii. :,nurt rippling 'tasfpirs and re
vers of the iiH'tovabre type. It but
! tons down the front with buttons of
j flirt h sit In dull gold rims, being cut
! low enough to show the top of a silk
j waistcoat of d" old rose embroidered well blncK
in gold. A la e plastron shows above I
The wing hat Is st 11. In fashion.
Gay colored wings form the only
trimming to many of the new fall mo
dels, youble wing effects are r.ow
u.-ed on the under brims of the hats
which show the very narrow front In
order to lengthen the v'e line. The
novelty wing of the m-smiii shows
twin loops which resemble the swan's
heck, but tjiese are ' known 'tsVhe
pretzel wing. This season's develop
ment of the wing, especially suits the
very narrow with a long stim tip and
w 'n n vcrw short and 'o-ii'dod in "int.
Velvet flowers and foliage are to be
quite a feature of the new fall and
winter millinery. American beauty
roses made entirely of velvet with
stem rnrt leaves of a rich shade of
green velvet will be poneA".
Rich cream velvet, vt v slmp.y
made as a suggestion that will be
adopted by many autumn brides for
fashionable wedding gowns.
Keds in various shades will be very
conspicuous. The orchid shades will
be much affected for evening wear,
the deeper shades merging Into plum,
will be seen on the street, while bluu
of all shades will be equally popu
lar. Many of the new fur coats exem
plify the fad of the short sleeve, hea
vy kid gloves to the elbow w,ill be
worn and will make up for the ab
sence of sleeves.
Kid gloves of a bi-Uliant brick rod
are striking and wi.l be worn very
much this fall.
Ki.tlng is to enjoy popularity.
Little boleros edged with fu- and
shown for street wear.
Tea sovns are new. They are the
shade of that fragrant flower.
There are great muffs to match the
Collar and cuffj of colored linen
touch up the seasonable suit of white
The three-quarter coat is the one
most favored for general use.
A loose outing coat of tweed is a
necessity for a young girl who runs
about much this fall.
Wear a Jeweled bracelet or two on
your tlghtlv gloved forearm.
PROf ESSICNAL CARDS
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Out ef the, city until October 24, or
fcamuna J, Alger, O. b. S.
No. !HN Katlroad avenue Office noun
:W a. m. to U-.M p. m. ; 1:80 p. m. to I
p. m. Telephone ML Appointments made
Bernard 8. Rodey.
N. M. Frompt attention given to all
tuMncss pertaining to the profession.
Will practice In ai! courts of the terri
tory and bofore the United Utatee lP1
Ira M. Bond.
ATTOk,KT-AT-LAV, 82 K street, N.
W., Washington, u. v. Pe stone, lands,
patents, coprHrhts, carlats. letter pat
ents tmrle merle, elelms
R. w. D. Bryan.
ATTORNET-AT-LAVV . Albuquerque.
N. U Office. Flrsi ..stinnal Bank building.
E. VV. Dobson.
ATTORNET-AT-LAW. Office Crom-
Albii jerque. N. if
John H. btingie.
ATTORN K V -AT-1A W , Hulte 16, N. T.
Armilo building, Albuquerque. N. M.
THE SECRET OF YOUTH.
De Sot j JooUeil for the secret of
youth, in it spring of gushing, life
giving waters, w hich he was sure he
would find in the New World. Al
chemists and images, (thousands of
them),- nave spent their lives in
quest for it, but it is only found by
tliiife p. ople who can digest and as
similate the right food, which keeps
the physical body perfect, that peace
ami comfort are the sure results.
A leiuarkable man of 9t says: "For
many lung years 1 buffered mere or
lehs with chronic costiveness and
painful indigest ion. This condition
made liie a great burden to me. as
yon may well Imagine.
"Two years aai I begun to use
Ci ape-N it-- as food, and I am thank
ful iliat I did. It lias been a blessing
to me 1n every ay. I first noticed
thai i; bad restored my digestion.
Tbi, wa a ureal gain, but was mi'h-
Ig to compare m importance w iili the
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fact that in a sle rl lime inv bow els I t UIiil. street frocks of it
were restored to lie,, mid normal ac-j broadcloth with collars and cuffs
'of terra cotta velvet. The bat wiW
'The cure scm.-d to be , omplete: mH( , trinnned ill black and terra
for two years 1 have bad u.,ue of tlie ,.,.!! .r...nwui nivnt art. niadit of
the (iiape -Nun ; it in, the Kinpire coat and sweep
tor tneaKbist aiidiiMi. Lin. in ..uuiiioir,. inlet with pa
nel of (i iet embroidery of the self
but rather she who knows how to An example is given In a costume of
wear to advantage what she has. green nove'.ty I w eed, made over the
A new opera coat is called the peig- same green color silk. The plaited
noir, because It bears a resemblance skirt Is almost concealed by the long
to the pretty loose silken c)ats which -
women of luxurious wardrobe have
for a bedroom and boudoir, and which
are worn with a pretty petticoat anil
silk bebe blouse.' With the exception
of the hood, which usual. y is attached
to tt'se coats at the back, the ex
tremely loose and ftfll model illus
trated b a facsimile of one of them.
They can be adopted to general wear
by making in black taffeta or in the
newer black satin.
Tho smartest colors to choose or
evening wear are either rose satin or ,
the bright shade of special blue which
Is, known as deift. It is a brighter .
shade than any other color before
known by That name, and when either j
this or the rose color is carried out in !
shimmering satin and worn with an i
all white evening gown, It is difficult j
to Imagine the glorious effect It pro-;
The sleeves of these coats are pur- ,
posely made enormously large though j
when the coat isWorn the sleeve part I
merges into the rest of the mantle, j
and does not seem exaggerated as to
,size. They should be made only ot
soft satin souple or taffetas anil if,
their quaint character is to be pre- j
served should have no other trimming :
than a double quilting of the same ;
material around the edge and the I
deep hood at the back. They should j
by good right be culled the Princess I
Margaret coat, as it was the number I
of them contained in I hat popular ;
princess' trousseau which has given
them their vogue.
Every season there has been a de
mand for princess gowns and every
season there bus been the samt; diffi
culty in finding a good model of one.
These simple looking but most baf
fling gowns have appeared at inter
vals upon v'mon who will have them
at any cost and in her heart every
woman wants one. As things are this
seuson every woman may have a prin
cess, tor at least a good moiM lias
been achieved and one which can be
played upon in a variety of ways so
that the model may be mai'e becom
ing to all. Practically everything is
princess, for the separate circular
skirt with Its bodice fitted along the
waist line has a princess suggestion
1 must not omit to tell you of t he
Importance of crushed laspberry as
the rival to purple and p.uni. Tin
French masters of the loom tried
Ihcmsoles tills snnimerv to get out
brilliant yet beautiful colors ami we
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are now getting trie mo renun
Pleasure to All.
No Pill is as pleasant and positive as
DeWitt'8 Little Early Risers. These
Famous Little Pills are so mild and
effective that children, delicate ladles
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people say they
are the best liver pills sold. Sold by
Spend your leisure time at the pool
hall at No. 115 West Railroad ave
old trouble. 1 ii
food evry iiiornin
1 1 eijueui iy cui iioiuuos else. 1 be Use
has made nie comfortable and happy,
and all bough I w ill be 'J4 o-au old
next fall, 1 have bee.uue urong and
tupple again, erect in figure, and can
walk wiih anybody and enjoy It."
Name given by the Fosuim Co., Battle
Creek, Mich. "There a reaeou."
i , t'"'." l!'!c I'"')!;, "Tro V. i '
Wtllville," in every pkg.
fabric. These gowns are worn with
waistcoats of white handsome or
acru lace, lidded crosswise over the
bust, win, a chemisette and slock of
real Ya neiennei, above.
riinart modesties are becoming
more reconciled to Hie long coat.
They tave dt creed thai It must un
de. i certain e,mi-K, ii it s to be
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F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling-
rord, rooms 46-47. Harnett building,
Albuquerque. N. M. Both 'phone. ,
D. F. MACROLLINQ,
Civil engineering, surveyln and
lrafting. 20i Railroad avenue. Auto
matic 'phone 740.
CONTRACTOR 4 BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
TIIK INDKPKNDENT CONTRACTOR
ANH BL'I LDKR-J-Estimates cheerfully
furnlshrd; Job work sollcted. Automatic
pfinne T'.M: short nil North Second street.
Albuquerque. N. M.
C. H. Conner, 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. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. Blott, M. R. C. V. S.
Veterinary surgeon and dentist,
Horses, cattle arfd hogs treated by
the latest, up to date, approved, sci
entific methods. Qce at Trimble's
stables. Old 'phone, 8; auto., 122.
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Montezuma Trust Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Interest Allowed on Savings Deposits
f- f -t f f tr f s . ef. jF. a. J.
WITH AMPLE MEANS
. AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. v,
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION AND
SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
SOLOMON LUNA, President;
W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Assist. Cashier'
WM. MclNTOSH 80LOMON ' LUNA GEORGE ARNOT
J. C. BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACKWELL 0. E. CROMWELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA A SANTA FE RAILWAY
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday, September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shorthand, Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
ing. DAY AND EVENING 8ESSION.
For particulars call or address
G. 8. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secretary.
Library building, East Railroad avenue.
CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M
What's tbe use of a helper If
he Un't willing? Willingness is
t an ample mantle which will al- V
f most cover all tbe sins of serv- S
f Ice. But a classified advertise-
S ment In Tbe Evening Citizen Is a t
S willing helper that is not only V
if absoultely competent, but also Is V
a willing worker. It works all V
( tbe time for you. It is the best V
V and most economical publicity In
s" tbe world. V
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(H. E. No. 8471.)
Department of the Interior, Land of
fice at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 25,
Notice Is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the
probate clerk at Albuquerque, N.
M., on November 4, 1906-, viz.: Don-
aclano Valencia, for tbe southwest
quarter of section 2, township 8 north,
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land. Tlx.
Jacobo Valencia, of Chlllll, N. M.;
Jose Mora, of Chillli, N. to.; Alejan
dro Ronquillo. of Chillli, N. M.; Adam
Lopez, of Clilill, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Directors.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3 President
M. W. FLOURNOY vice President
FRANK McKEE Cashier
R. A. FROST Assistant Cashier
H. F. RATNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY.
Authorized Capital $500,000.00
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.
0'40'00-d00'0'0 Ox 0 00r
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ine 3a"qara numPing & Heating to.
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. S
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0 "OLD RELIABLE"
FlouY, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
In the Southwest
CALL FOR BERNALILLO COUNTY
AN OPERA COAT-Which is Rather Intended to
Make the Indulgent Husbands Wakeful.
An elegant lace opera coat is mounted upon a chiffon foundation ot
creamy w.iite. Chiffon is ruffled up n the in.-ide to give it the appear
ance of warmth, and from the edgt s o the warp . nine pleated lace trimmed
frills. A scarf drapery of wide, soft ribbons is a bature of this wrap. This
is arraifted about the throat to be tflective as w, i as becoming when the
wrap i closed, and the edges fall do vn among th, cascades of lace edged
The county commissioners of the
county of Bernalillo, in the territory
of New Mexico, in the exercise of the
option given by law, hereby give no
tice that the funding bonds dated July
1, 1SH5, issued in two series, known
as A and B, respectively, consisting
of 102 bonds of $500 each, numbered
1 to 102 both inclusive, of 6erles A,
and 13!) bonds of $lo0 each, numbered
1 to 13'J, both inclusive, of series B,
which are payable at the option of
said commissioners ten years after
the date thereof, must be presenfed
for payment at the Chemical National
bank in the city of New York, or at
the ofllce of N. W. Harris & company,
in the city of Chicago, 111., on or be
fo:e the 15th day of November, 1905,
and that interest thereon will cease
after said date.
(Signed) ALFRED GRUNSFELD.
J. A. SUMMERS, Clerk.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
ALBUQUERUE. N. M. n
Call at 110 West Clold avenue for
embroidety materials of all kinds.
Orders taken for hand made Christ
mas gifts. Stamping done.
main it ilaafcSaWawejajBM
KILL THe COUCH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
2 Barest and Uuitkest Cure for evil
i THROAT end LUNG TROUB
1 LEfci, or MONE1 BACK.
He Albuquerque Gas, fleclrlc I
Light ond Power company I
I Can Polish Your
B U S I N E S S
Put on a polish that will-bring it before the
public and bring the public into the
place of business.
A Shine of Lights Lights That Will Talk $
Is the way In which this can
be done. A shine that will
never lose its brilliancy, and
will have attraction always.
Are the lights that burn into
the favor of the buyer w ho may
desire to purchase Mimething.
At Consistent Prices
NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 W. Railroad Ave.
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