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8ATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 190S.
ALiBUUEIlQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
Fhst National Bank
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ' "
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Miss Carol Arden, who is to play
the title role in "Polly Primrose,"
when that stirring war drama comes
to the Elks' opera house this even
ing, under the management of D. 1..
Williamson, began her stage career
when a mere child. She was but 14
when she ventured Into the limelight.
Her record since has been a series of
successive triumphs, each more notar
ble than the one that went before.
As ''Polly Primrose," she attains the
perfection of her art, and the part Is
one that calls for the exercise of the
rarest of the players' art. It is easy
enough for one to rant, and tear and
thunder around in tragic role: easy
enough, too, for one to skip and jump
around like the circus clown, but to
play the part 'of a bright and effer
vescent college graduate without a
trace of buffoonery in the portrayal,
involves another and far higher order
of talent. Mrs. Le iMoyne holds first
rank among society woman jierform
ers;, Miss. Arden is her close second
In the part, of much Jhe same charac
ter in -which she is to make her ap
The story circles around the spy
fearing household of her father, a
rebel Colonel, on the outskirts of
Washington.) But the war incidents
are so neatly woven in with a love ro
mance, with Polly, of course, as the
center of attraction, that it is hard
to say whether Mars or Cupid is the
larger factor In Its development. And
it so abounds in situations that storm,
and melt, and amuse by turns, that
the public is assured of a fine treat
when the curtain rises on the play.
A MUSICAL TREAT
With the "Uncle Josh Spruce-by'1
company, which comes to the Elks'
theater for one evening, November 1,
is the celebrated '.Spruceby orchestra
of eighi tcloiiU. The musical or
ganization has a world-wide reputa
tion, and Is under the direct t ion of a
talented leader and composer of note.
A very popular program Is rendered
between the acts. A big band is car
ried by the company, and a novel and
unique parade is given at noon daily
and includes a concert by the band.
A car load of special scenery and
mechanical effects are used. The re
alistic saw mill scene is one of the
most startling pieces of stagecraft
ever produced. Twenty people are In
the company, which is the largest
production ever accomplished at poi
"THE CHAPERONS" TO
BE SEEN HERE
One of the ambitious musical com
edy offerings to visit this city, which
li is said will set a pace that the en
tire list will fintl difficult to equal,
will soon be here. Isidore Wit mark's
pretentious production of "The Oliap-
rons" Is announced for presentation
at the Klks' Theater, Wednesday
night, Nov. lid, and to Judge frem its
past performances, one must accord
this attraction a place in the very
x Edyth Valmesada with The Chaperons
front rank. "The Chaperons'' haa
now been a factor in the high grade
musical field for three years, and dur
ing this time has visited all of the
larger cities one or more times, its
notable New York run in competition
with a do.en other attractions of the
me class easily placed It very near
the top- in the matter of popularity.
The company comes to this city with
many of the original favorites and a
big chorus of ehow girls and expert
dancing divinities. The entire pro
duction, scenery and costumes Is new
this this season The play is said to
overflow with tuneful numbers and to
provide a fresh installment of comedy
sizzling hot from the masterful ' pen
of Frederic Ranlyin. It is also said
that "The Whole Datum Family," the
latest New York success, is very
STRONG MAN AND
WILL, WITH OTHERS OF COMPA
NY, GIVE ENTERTAINMENT AT
CASINO SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
The Ritchie Amusement company
will appear at the Casino, old town,
tomorrow (Sunday) afternoon, begln:
nign at 'I o'clock. Admission 2a and
35 cents; children, 15 cents. ' ,
The Optic In a recent publication,
contained the following comments
about Prof. Ritchie and his wife.
A very novel entertainment and tin
excellent exhibition of physical cul
ture was given at the Duncan opera
house Saturday evening. Prof. A. B.
Ritchie and wife were the entertain
ers and they deserved a much better
The main feature of the exhibition
was that of allowing twenty men
from the audience all that could be
obtained to swing Jheir entire wight
on a two-Inch galvauized steel pipe,
which Prof. Ritchie held in his mouth,
sustaining their weight with his teeth.
The pipe was bent like a reed under
the pressure. Ritchie then placed the
pipe on the back of his neck and the
men on the stage straightened It out
again by swinging their weight upon
it. It was not a soft pipe, as many
might imagine, as the professor per
formed several gymnastic feats on it
while it was being held in the air by
his assistants and 11 did not bend a
fraction of an Inch.
Mrs. Ritchie allowed her. husband to
strike her over the head, necftr, arms
and body with a five-eigths inch Iron
bar until bent from the force of the
blow. She also bent iron bars into
all shapes and fornis with her teeth,
and twisted horse shoes in two with
her hands, throwing the broken pieces
down in the aisles or the auditorium
Ritchie asked for the strongest man
in the audience to come on the stage
and, responding to the cails of ius
friends. Charles Duffy, the wrestler,
volunteered his services. He struck.
Ritchie over the arms and across the
stomach with a one inch solid iron
bar until the bar Aetit from the blows
and tlie entertainer then offered ten
dollars for any two men in the audi
ence who could straighten it out
asain. Duffy did not seem Inclined to
be one of the principals in the under
taking, so the order was not effected.
Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie had advertised
to box a three round match, but for
well known reasons that feature of
the entertainment was omitted. All
of the parapherna l used in the en
tertainment was subjected to the ex
amination of the twenty men from
the audience who quickly convinced
themselves that no lead objects were
being used on the stage.
Full of Tragic Meaning
are these lines from J. H. Simmons, of
Casey, la. Think what might have re
sulted from his terrible cough if 'oe
had not taken the medicine about
which he writes: "I had a; fearful
conga, which disturbed my night's
rest. I tried everything, but nothing
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All surface cancers are now known
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D. K. B. SELLERS,
MASTER'S SALE OF THE ALBU
' QUERQUE OR BERNALILLO
COUNTY LOW LINE IRRI
GATION DITCH AND
In the District Court, Second Judicial
District, Bernalillo county, Terri
tory of New Mexico.
The Shutt Improvement Company,
original owner, and Charles F.
Waugh, Assignee and Trustee, Plain
The Albuquerque Land and Irrigation
Public notice Is hereby given that,
under and liy virtue of a final decree,
duly made and entered In the above
cause on the 9th day of January, 1904,
naming me for such purpose, I, the
unde: signed,, will, at 11 o'clock, a. m.,
on the 22d day of November, A. D.
1905, at the front door of the Ber
nalillo county court house, in the old
town of Albuquerque, N. M., offer for
sale, at public auction, to the highest
and best bidder for cash, all of tne
right, title, estate and Interest in tne
'Albuquerque Land and Irrigation com
pany, which existed to It on the 27th
day of June, A. D. 1900. at 4 o'clock
p. m. of said day, in and to the Albu
querque or Bernalillo county Low Line
Ditch, and all of the same, both the
finished and unfinished portions there
of, and all of the land, materials, fran
chises, water rights, dams, reservoir
sites, bridges, flumes, gates, sluices,
water ways, rights of way, embank
ments, property, and appurtenances of
every kind and character belonging to
and appurtenant thereto, said ditch
nd right of way being entirely In
'what was formerly Bernalillo county
and a part thereof being in what is
known as Sandoval county since cre
ated, and the remainder thereof being
in said Bernalillo county, and extend
ing southward along the foot hills on
the east side of the river from the
head gate thereof in the Rio Grande,
near the pueblo of San Felipe, a dis
tance of forty miles more or less to a
point at or near the IsUta railway
'bridge of the Atchison, Topeka &
'Santa Fe Railway Company, some ten
miles south of the City of Albuquer
que, all as said franchises, water
TighU, ditches, rights of way, and
other property as described, desig
nated, known and set forth upon and
in the legal papers, maps, plans,
sketches, profiles, and so forth there
of, now on file in the ex-officio re
corder's office, for said County of
Bernalillo, particularly the large blue
'print maps and amended maps and
profiles thereof, filed in said office
tinder date of January 19th, 1899, Oc
tober 23rl, 1S99, and January 8, 1900,
respectively, made by P. K. Harroun,
and reference to which are hereby
made, for a better description of the
property, I will at such time sell, or
so much of such property as Is suffi
cient to satisfy the lien, damages,
costs and expenses of sale, which will
amount on said day, and when the
matter is concluded, to the sura of
And further notice Is given that I
will, immediately after said sate, ex
ecute to the purchaser or purchasers
proper conveyances In the premises,
and make due report to the court of
my doings, in accordance with the do
W. E. DAME,
Special Master to make the sale.
II. S. RODEY,
KI.OCK & OWEN,
Albuquerque, N. M.. Attorneys for
Faith Not Necessary.
You may be just as skeptical and pes
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digest what you eat whether you eat
or not. You can put your food In a
l-owl, pour a little Kodol Dvspepsia
Cure on it and It will digest it the
same as It will In your stomach. It
can't lielp hut cure Indigestion and Dy
spepsia. It is curing hundreds and
thousands some had faith and 'some
didn't. Kodol will cure you if medi
cine can cure you, whether you have
faith In it or not. Sold by all drug
gists. Fort Bayard. N. M., (xt. 23, 19o5.
Sealed proposals in triplicate, for
furnishing material and constructing
Addition to Ofticers' Infirmary here
will bet received until 11 a. m., Nov.
27, 1905, and hen opened. Prop.als
for entire work or for construction,
plumbing, heating, and lighting, sep
arately,, will be considered. U. S. re
serves right to accept or reject any
or all proposals, or any part thereof.
Envelopes containing proposals
should be endorsed "Proposals for Ad
dition to Officers' Infirmary," ad
dressed to Captain S. P. Vestal, Q. M.
Plana toCet Rich
are often frustrated by sudden break
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materials that are clogging your en
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headache and dizziness, too. At all
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Loans and Discounts, - -Bonds,
Stocks, Real Estate,
Banking House and Furniture,
United States Bonds,
Cash and Exchange,
S JN THE PUBLIC EYE f!
BRITIAN'S NAVAL STAR
(America has another distinguished British visitor, Sir E. H. Sey
mour, admiral of the fleet. His rank is the highest in King Edward's navy,
and holds more decorations than probaly any other officer.)
Full name, Edward Hobart Sey
mour. Born, 1840.
Son of a clergyman and grandson
of Admiral Michael Seymour.
Entered the royal navy in 1852.
Promoted to command in 18Gt, and
to captain In 1873.
Became' rear admiral In 1889, vice
admiral In 1895. and admiral In 1M.
Was in the Black Sea during the
Crimean war, and was present at the
bombardment of Odessa, Sebastapol
Recelvedi ,nr''e decorations for his
service in the Black Si a and four for
services In the Chinese war of 1857-0.
' Operated against Chinese rebels In
1 8t2, and was wounded while fight
Movement No. 3.
Mend slcliwi.se, lust to the eit, with
leti aim iiiinging to the flon'-, rixm
arm raised oved the bead; thin ..end
similarly to the ri K li t , goin-; over as
iir as pos.si'.ile without undue strain,
and can fully coufiiu;!'.; tin- motion to
t.ie ttaist iiiu:-!. :-:ive tlie natural
udupta ion ofthe anus in the t xer
These exercises improve digestion,
reduce the whim measure, insure a
correct carriage and lengthen the
Each should lie performed ."u times
per day, In troiiis of 10 or do three
UToups of to of eiicb movement in
the uicinin , and two at night.
Open t.".'1 window and wear clothing
that will not In the least hamper the
muscles. The exercises are far more
beneficial if done as a recreation, not
This can be ma le very graceful and
even enjoyable by aiming at a free
Fwetip of the arms. It is well to hunt
for the pleasure to be found in these
motions, and particularly Is it easy to
find in this one.
For reduced rates to and from all
points, go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad ticket office. Railroad tickets
bought, sold and exchanged.
Depository of the A. T.
K. H. SEYMOUR.
ing pirates 6n the coast of Africa In
Awarded decorations for his. par
ticipation in the Egyptian war.
Was second In command of the
channel squadron In l!92-4, and su
perintendent of naval reserves 1894-7.
Was comman;ler In chief of the
China station In 1897-"1, ami led the
naval forces which went to Lie relief
of the legations at Peking.
Had 'been principal uavn! A. 1). C. to
Kink Edward and commander In chief
at Plymouth. j
Holds a Royal- Humane .Society
medal for saving life.
Made admiral of the flet In Pel
ruary, 19(15, succeeding Sir Nowell
' suffere,! habitually from cons
pation. Duan's Regulets relieved and
strengthened the bowels, so that they
have been regular ever since." A
Davis, grocer, Sulphur Spring, Tex
Capital and Profits, -'
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posit of ticket w ,n Joint agent and payment of fee of " oe bef,
November 16, limit to be extended to December 23. nerore
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