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ALTiUQUEI.QUK KVKKIKfa CITIZEN.
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1905.
THE EVENING CITIZENlflEW
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IN HIS STEPS
Ttev. Charles M. Sheldon, the fa
mous Topeka preacher, who wrote
the book, "In His Steps, which
sained a tremendous circulation, is
reporter! dangerously and probably fa
UNVEIL MONUMENT TO
J. STERLING MORTON
A monument to the late J. Sterling
Morton, who was Secretary of Agri
culture In President Cleveland's cab
inet, was unveiled at Nebraska City,
Neb., Saturday. Mr. Cleveland was the
A HORSE THIEF
ARRESTED AT ESTANCI A.
Quite a little excitement was caused
here last Saturday whim (). l'erea, one
of the memht-rs of the mounted po
lice force, arrested Hamoii Motitoya,
a notorious hcrse thief warned at pres
ent in at least two of the counties of
the territory. Lincoln and Otero, says
the ICstancia News. Just about a year
ago Montnya completed a seven year
term In the territorial penitentiary for
the same offense, but it has not seem
ed to clinne . his way of looking at
things. Sundiy morning Sheriff Hen
ley of Lincoln, arrived, Idenlitied lit
man and lo--k his back to I.ineoln,
where he will l.e given free board at
the county's espense until his case
NOT LISTENING CLOSELY
TO ELOQUENT SPEAKER.
In tli- trial at Fariiiington of J. W.
Reagan, lor tin- murder of Scott N.
Morris, nothing in the way of new or
sensational evider.ct- was produced at
the trial. The 'nly sensation that
marked the proceedings was when
Juror Smith interru; ted the pleadings
of Attorney Gunner while the letter
was ill a flight of oratory, by saying,
"It's all a d d lie!" It transpired
later that the Juror bad inadvertently
spoken Ui-i thoughts and tliat he had
no refernee to what Mr. Conner was
Wll-fed fireling corr.M
w ilh citing the
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ENVOY OF KING OF ABYSSINIA.WHO BEARS GIFTS TO ROOSEVELT,
HAS THE TIME OF HIS LIFE IN GOTHAM AND WEARS SHOES.
New York. Oct. 31. The highest
dignitary f all the fi.noo.oiKt faithful
worshiper of I he Coptic faith In the
Kthlopimi kingdom is his Abyssinian
highness. El Hadji Abdullahl Aly Sad
Ik Pnsha. Hakcl of Harrar, who Is
visiting the I'nited States on behalf
of his royal master, Menellk.
In New York he had the time of his
life. He went to the ton of the Park
How building. the tallest business
structure in the world, and, kneeling
with his face toward the east, prayed
nearer to heaven than a lot of folks:
will ever get. The sights of a great
modern city fairly stunned his high
ness. He thinks tliat the conditions of
even the most favored New Yorkers
are intolerable. Killing in a the sub
way was like sitting in a tiole, he
said. The excitement of the hulls and
and bears of Wall street during trad
ing hours awed the Abyssinian dig
nitary. El-Hadji's main trouble In New
York was with his feet. Never before
had he warn shoes until he started
upon his Journey to the United States
to see President Roosevelt. Of course,
he had to wear patnet leather shoes,
and he has added a chiropodist to Ills
suite. He wears the oriental costume
on the street, but dine In conven
tional evening clothes. He brings a;
letter from King Mine Menelik to j
President Hocsevelt. with some gifts :
from his royal master.
Asked lor his Impression of Anier-j
ica, as seen in New York, lie said: I
"Hurry, hurry, hurry." I
Some of the presents El-Hadji I
brings from his king to our president i
are handsome pieces of carved Ivory j
and two stuffed tigers. I
KILLED NEAR ALAMOGORDO.
Henry Cribble was in the mountains
near Alamogordo a few days ago and
killed one of the largest bucks ever
seen. The horns have thirteen points
and are as perfect as any picture.
Henry isold the head and hide for $12.
F. V. Killie's brother-in-law. Robert
N. Arnold, of Hrookiield, Mo., died on
Wednesday, says the Deniing Graphic, j
Mrs. Killle was hastening to his bed-)
Bide, as rapidly as possible, but did
not reach Brookfield in time to see
THROWN FROM WAGON '
AND SEVERELY INJURED.
R. H. Wood, of Farmlngton, was
thrown from his wagon and received
severe injuries. While loading apples
Into the car his, horses became fright
ened at the locomotive and started to
run, titrowlng him off the wagon. One
arm was badly bruised.
MRS. AMENT HAS
RETURNED TO DEMING.
The many friends of Mrs. C. A.
Anient in Deming will be glad to learn
that she has returned to our town to
reside, having purchased the millinery
and notion stock of Mrs. J. B. Pease.
Mrs. Anient has taken charge of the
business and Is now ready to greet
h'r many Deming friends. Headlight.
TOWM DEMOLISHED AND
HOUSES SHIPPED AWAY.
The demolition of Coalora has stop
ped for the time being; the houses
that have been torn down having been
shipped to Dawson, says the Capitan
News. It is rumored that the remain
ing houses, which constitute the bet
ter class of buildings, will go to Car
rlzoxo. but we have found no founda
tion for the rumor.
GALLUP WANTS TO ISSUE
BONDS FOR WATER PLANT.
Gallup citizns are going to petition
the city trustees to call a special elec
tion to vote on a proposition to issue
)onds to the extent of J15.0U0 to In
stall a new water plant. Gallup, at the
present time, Is supplied with water
from a weli owned by the village and
from the railroad company's water
plant. For the water furnished by
the railroad about 1"0 is paid month
ly. PURCHASED FRUIT LAND
Mrs. E. F. Spinner of Durango came
in on the train, and that same day
pun hased eighty acreji of land on the
mesa above town from W. N. Knight,
paying JI.ihio for it, says the Farm
ington Times. The place is fenced
and lias been plftwed and lias about
.'Mi peach trees growing on It that lA.r..1111- ....,,.,
were planted ast spring. It is a good I WONDERFUL ADVANCE IN
l'l-- or land and will make a nice! , VALUE OF ZINC MINES.
hum,. . In the course of his remarks, Hr.
. j H. Foster Bain, of Washington, n. C,
MISS ELIZABETH M'INTIRE j spoke in seme detail to the pupils of
MARRIED FRANK PATTERSON, j ''''' Socorro School of Mines, on the
The other day in Santa Barbara recent improvements in the treatment
California, at the home of the bride' ' "f the zinc ores generally as affect
Miss Elizabeth Mclntire and Ft ank ! '"K the mining of zinc in t lie west aim
Patterson, of Gallup, were married. 1 sou' h west . I'y these improvements it
The bride is e l kbown at Gallup, is m)W possible to put on the markets
having taught in the public schools large bodies of low grade ores which
for live years, and was a givit favor- ' found so extensively throughout
be. She is a )uiiU4 lady of culture the Rocky Mountains, and which bere
and refinement and will grace her ' toi'ore it had been entirely out of the
home as perfectly as she did her posi- 'Pies' ion to mine at a profit. The
tion in pub.ie life. Mr. Patterson is present domanils for zinc oro and
well respected by a large circle of
filends. Mr. and Mrs. Patterson
return to Gallup In two weeks.
OVER TWELVE POUNDS.
I'elieiano Chavez, who has a splen
did ranch near Willard, brought to the
Estaneia New s a very large red beet.
The monster is almost spherical and
is twenty-nine Inches in circumfer
ence, tipping the scales at twelve and
one quarter pounds. The tops have
been pulled for some time, and it
Vws siuns of second growth. Of
course it is larger than the average
housewife would care to cook, as it
would require a special sized pot In
which to boil it. but it shows what
splendid feed can be grown on the Ks
AUDITOR SARGENT NOW
i A MARRIED MAN.
; Cards lave been received at Santa
! Fe in wliich Mis. Winnel 1 Hall an
nounces the inartiaL'e of her daughter,
Dora, to William Gustav Surnent, in
i New York City. October 24 Mr. and
1 Mrs. Sargent will be at home at St.
J Vincent's Sanitarium. The I. ride is a
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TUB hak:l OF 1 iakka h.
handsome and accomplished young
woman who visited Santa Ke during
the year 1'JiH, for several months,
while her mother lived here and made
many warm friends. The groom Is the
auditor of l be territory ami a muin
her of the large mercantile firm of
Sargent Brothers, at El Rito, Klo Arri
ba county, ami ij wel. and favorably
known in tin- capital and throughout
iioi t ei n New Mexico. New Mexican.
THE OLD PUEBLO IS
KINDER LOOKING UP.
Oil is being put cn ?ixih avenue In
i ucso;i. iiet.wee.i Sixteenth and
Eighteenth streets. The avenue be
tween these streets has been graded
and prepared during the week. When
this work Is completed another sec
tion will be worked over and this will
continue until the entire street is
oiled. This will make Sixth avenue
a real Itoulevard and a street to wliich
this city can point with prtde and
show to visitors. This is one of the
streets of the city which will not be
traveled by the street car line, work
cn which will be begun shortly.
TURKEY AND CRANBERRIES
ARRIVE AT TRINIDAD.
The commission men and grocers
received the first shipment of turkeys
last Friday and several were brought
in from the farms. The early birds
are not high priced, either, and were
Knapped up as bargains at seventeen
and eighteen cents a pound, as before
j the Christmas season they usually
I Jump to twenty-two and twenty-five
cents per pound.
The early turkeys are young and
very fat. The lovers of this particu
lar kind of meat are promised turkey
from now on until Thanksgiving Day
and it will lie possible tp Recure them
at a fairly reasonable price until the
first of the year. With the advent of
turkey conies the festive cranberry,
which could be found in most of the
MARRIES MISS WIMBERLY.
Wednesday mornng at 7:3d at St.
Edwards church, Miss Velma Wim
berly and James Hugh Mullane were
married according to the riles of
the Catholic church, special mass be
ing conducted and communion being
partaken of by the contracting par
ties during the ceremony, says the
Carlsbad Argus. Mr. Mullane Is the
son of Wni. H. Mullane, publisher of
the New Mexico Sun, of Carlsbad, and
has been a resident of this city for
fourteen years, in fact, has passed the
most of his life here, having moved
from Ogallala. Nebraska, to the Pecos
valley when only five years old, and
no boy who has grown up in our midst
stands higher in the setimaton of our
citizens than does "Jinunie" Mullane.
good zinc properties is something phe-
nomenal and promises during the next
few years to be an important factor
In promoting great activity in the
mining industries of the region.
SOME NEWS ITEMS
FROM LAS CRUCES.
Jlairy Summerford, at a depth or
"riii feet, has struck a good flow of
water on the plain north of the Uona
Don Andres Gonzales, a prominent
citizi n of Misilla, has pun hased a
number of tracts of land in the valley
Jefferson Isaacks set out fifty fruit
trees on his ranch mar the Hona Ana
mountains last year, and will have
plent y of fruit in xt year.
Messrs. Perry Warner and Wood,
owners of the Torped.i and Modoc
mines, arrived In Orgon this week,
mines, arrived in Ogden this week,
nieiice work on the Torpedo.
The F. II. llaseoin company have
comtncnccl their new store building
on Church street. It Is Mt feet deep
by 3ti feet front, of brick, and when
completed it will be a handsome building.
- wantacUnThs Evening Citizen. It only costs
One Cent Per Word Insertion
and you can rely upon It. aa we have not failed before, that your
money g not thrown away. We have also rented hundred of housea
by our want ada. aa well a3 gold nearly everything we have adver.
tiaed through them.
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m i i mm viia graph offices for an A. I). T. messenger
boy, ami send your ad with the cash to The Citizen oflice, or tele
phone direct, or call, and the ad will appear according to your wish.
v A. I'hD-- Lo.iniers. Private family,
(i'lli South Kruadway.
WA.N TEl -Clean ravs. inquire at
The Citizen oflice.
I'll ree painters,
C A. Hudson.
V.V A N i'E L) Woman took wanted at
Indian sc'mol. Apply Immediately.
VA,flEl Teacher for Kelly se'lioiiT.
Address, R. M. Zlmmerly, Kelly,
WANTED i ' aTn sewing; childrens'
clothing a, specialty. No. 519 West
WANTED A second hand ttafe,
weighing from rH) to 700 pounds.
inquire at this office.
WAN I'ED A bright girl who can
sew on a sewing machine. Inquire
at Imperial laundry.
W'A.N TED Girl for cooking. Inquire
of Mrs. II. S. Rodey, fc'02 Kent ave
nue, corner nf Eighth street.
vv'AN TED Teb'phoiie operator at Ro
len, N. M. Inquire room 18, N. T.
Armij) building, Albuquerque.
W AN I'ED Ladies to bring their hair
work to Mrs. H. E. Rutherford. All
kinds done to order. 113 Iron ave
nue w AN 1 To buy a small valley
farm, about twenty acres, with all
convenient buildings and fruit trees.
Horace, this office.
WAN TED Gentlemen s second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
MALE HELP WANTED.
WANTED Men to learn barber trade.
Moler's System College, Los An
geles. FOR RENT
i' oh U(,i i Hooms wall board. 815
South Third street.
(UK RENT Nice room, everything
new and pleasant. 415 North Sec
' ond street.
FOR RENT Neatly furnished rooms;
gentlemen preferred. No. 619 West
FOR RENT A ten-acre place on the
extension ot Fourth avenue. Ad
dress, Tom, The Citizen office.
FOR REN r Nicely furnished room
-with modern conveniences for gen
tleman. Address A., care Citizen.
FOR RENT Three furnished rooms
In a desirable location. 210 South
Waiter street. Gentlemen preferred.
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, sult
able for man and wife. 415 North
Second street. Board If ' preferred.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
housekeeping. Large and airy. Cor
ner of Sixth street and Railroad
FOR RENT One large furnished
room, suitable for two men. Mrs.
H. E. Rutherford, corner of Broad
way and Iron avenue.
FOR RENT Apartments In Park
View terface, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Tilton, room 19, Grant block.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished flats
and rooms for housekeeping. Also 3
room flat with piano. Apply Mrs.
E. K. Norris, east end of viaduct,
cor. Iron ave, qnd John st.
FOR REN T Newly f n r n i s h e d room's";
alsj one large unfurnished, corner
room, suitable for office or other
wise. Garcia building. Fifth and
FOR RENT Two large store rooms,
warehouse and twelve living rooms,
suitable for hotel purposes, with
large yard in rear and all neces
Fary outhouses. Everything new and
modern. Mrs. Braulf, corner of
Broadway and Marquette avenue.
FOR RENT Two sunny, beautifully
furnished rooms, with eastern and
southern exposure. In private home.
Bath. No. 315 West Lead avenue.
FOR SALE A deer and a doe?
quire at this office.
FOR SALE Two fine residence lots
on South Arno street. Address,
Rex, this office
FOR SALE Rooming house, of 11
rooms, close in. $7ol. Inquire, 21")
West Railroad avenue.
FOR SALE Five room house, new:
Highlands; $2,350. Inquire at 215
West Railroad avenue.
FOR SALE Three good lots, located
near the shops on the wist side, at
a bargain. Writ,) J. 11. C, tills of
fice. FOR SALE A handsome flardman
Piano, in hue condition and almost
new, at a bargain. For particu
lars, call at this office.
FOR SALE Tinny iiii-ft. lots, new
addition; south of Mountain Road:
ear saw in ills, nice rind level; very
heap: easy terms. N. Peach & Co..
niM.. s,r Gold avenue.
FOR SALE --Driving and riding pony,
with saddle. Also rubber tired
buggy with canopy in: 1 ii'ie set of
harness. Very ciieap. Inquire No.
t;. Hop. II, Hs. South S co'.id s'reet.
Foil S LK-Piaiio, hiir.-huggy and
harness, phonograph, sewing ma
chine, furniture for seven room
house, bed clothes and nigs, cook
ing utensils of all kinds. Leaving
and must be sold at once. Every
thing cheap. tilS West Fruit ave
I.O.ST ll.il,. and saddle; gray horst
Cogu-hani saddle; steer stamped in
seat. Tinder return to the Trimble
livery l.iru and receive reward.
lor All Kinds of Piles.
To draw the fire out of a burn, heal a
cut without leaving a scar, or to cute
bolls, sores, tetter, eczema and all
skin ami scalp diseases, use PoWltt'g
Witch Hazel Salve. A specific for
blind, bleeding, Itching and protruding
piles. Stops the pain instantly and
cures permanently. Get the genuine.
Sold by all druggists.
Farmer-, mechanics, railroaders, la
borers, ri ly on Dr. Thomas' Electric
Oil. Tal-.i tho stirg out of cuts,
burns, or i rulses at once. Pain can
not rI.iv w ij, re it is wsrj.
YOU WANT HELP OF ANY KIND?
If so, we can secure it for you by a small
Money Co, Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and ar Tilgb
as $2t)0.00. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and tee na be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO,
Steamship tickets to and from . all
i parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
PflOftSSiONAL CARUS J
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Out of the city until October 24, or
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. B.
.No. M6 Kail road avenue Othce houre
:W a. m. to lz:S0 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to t
p. tn. Telephone 462. Appointments made
Bernard 8. Rodey.
ATTORN E If -AT-LAW. Albuquerque.
N. M. Prompt attenjton given to all
bublaeaa pertaining to the profession
W 111 practice In ai. courts nf the terri
tory and before tbe United States lanl
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, M K street, N
W Vv aablngton, u. i.. Ve slona, lands,
patents, cop rights, cavlata, letter pat
nntn. trade marks, claims '
R. W, . bryan.
ATTORNEY -AT-LJfV. Albuquerque.
N. M. office. First National Bank build
ing. E. W. Dobaon.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Ottlce Crom
well block, Albu jerque. N. M.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Suite 10, N. I
Annuo hulldln, Albuquerque. N. M.
F. W. Spencer and V. 6 Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building.
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones.
D. F. MACROLLING,
Civil engineering, surveying and
drafting. 209 Railroad avenue. Auto
matic 'phone 740.
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
A. L, Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRACTOR
AND BUILDER Estimates cheerfully
furnished; Job work sollcterl. Automatic
phone 724; shop Bit North Second street,
Albuquerque. N. M.
C. H. Csnner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. AH 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 and hogs treated by
the latest, up to date, approved, sci
entific methods. 0ce at Trimble's
stables. Old 'phone, 3; auto., 122.
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 SESSION.
For particulars call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secretary.
Library building, East Railroad ave
V CORBET & COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
East side of Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M.
o 7 t f f 4 '' V
H. B. GILCHRIST,
o Real Estate and Insurance.
4 Money to Loan. o
215 West Railroad Avenue.
4 o o . 4
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What's the use of a helper If sT
v he Isn't willing? Willingness Is -
an am;de mantle which will al-,
a most cover all the sins of serv- T
be. Hut a classified advertise- a
nient iu The Evening Citizen Is a
willing helper that Is not only t
s) ahsoultely competent, bui also Is
a willing worker. It works all '
the time for you. It Is the beet
and most economical publicity in
a the world. t
V. S. Land Ollice, Santa Fe, N. M.,
Oct. 20. l'.'ofi.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing township pint will lie on file
in tliis oflice December 1, li'i'li, viz.:
Township S north, range 2 east.
On uud after above date we will be
ready to receive applications for en
tries In said townships.
MANTEL R. OTERO,
FRED Ml'I.LER. Register.
New Tailor Shop.
A. J. Morelll, tbe well known tailor
has reopened a tailor shop on North
First street, where he is ready to
clean, press and repair ladies' and
nents' clothing. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicited.
Montettma Trust Co.
ALBUQUERQUE, NEV MEXICO
Capital and Surplus $100,000
f "fr "fr -g -fr
, WITH AMPLE MEANS
AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
THE BUM OF COMMERCE Of ALBUOUEr.CL'F. II. .
nrasB. TO ""K.iSeeoaoBT,.M an.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORSj
SOLOMON LUNA, President'
W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier; w J Johnann a... . r- u-
WM. MCINTOSH SOLOMON LUNA GoRG? isSof"1
J. C BALDRIDGE A. M. BLACK WELL OE. CROM)VELL
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA 4. SANTA FE RAILWAY
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
' Officers and Directors.
JOSHUA S. RAYNOLD3 President
M. W. FLOURNOY V. " ViM 'prSwISt
FRANK McKEEJ "ctiler
H p nJni ni " " " ' Assistant Cashier
H. F. RAYNOLDS Director
U. S. DEPOSITORY. ' s'.g.'.-
Authorized Capital : $500,000.00
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,000.00
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Sonta Fe Railway Company
We have had a very satisfactory growth since the establishment
of our bank. If you are not one of our customers, we should Ilk
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.
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.
L . B. PUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
In the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
When in cfoubt
take the safe side
It's wise to be on the safe
side from now on, so get
That puts you on the safe
side without a doubt. It
gives you the best fuel
for furnace cr grate.
The Albuquerque Gas, Electric Light
and Power Company
At Consistent Prices
Cit;zen Want Ads Bring The Best Results
4- 4 4 x
on Savings Deposits
f .f. J. .J. . af. g
.. , $250,000.00
ALEUQUERUE, N. M.
oeo o eoocoootof
Just now we have all the reasons to
be in doubt about the weather it may 0
change any time to winter.
No Waste, 0
NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 V. Railroad Ave.