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ALHUQUEltQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
Tuesday, October si, 1905.
(POSITION OF THE
J SISTERS DEFINED
In the Charity Proposition
Which Now Interests the
MURPHY IN THE
MANY PUPILS AT
Superintendent Allen Reports
Institution in Excellent
SANTA FE WANTS
bill of particulars I a The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PR CES
Railroad President is Sum
moned to Tell About Coal
Rates to Arizona Roads.
Files Motion For Such in
COURT HEARING ARGUMENTS
( FeoDie oi mis tity.
CARD FROM ATTORNEY CHlLDtRS
FAILED TO AVOID WILEY MARSHAL
NF.W ROAD IS NOW IN ISE
f To The Evening Citizen:
The caH for a mass meet Ins to be
Vheld at the Commercial Clul), on
J Thursday afternoon at i o'clock, to
J take steps to raise funds for the sup
I port of what is called "The Associated
Charities," if it is Intended to Include
St Joseph's Hospital as one of the
charities to receive public aid, Is a
mistake. This misunderstanding Is
unfortunate, and the sooner It Is cor
rected the better. The meeting held
la Friday was called at the request
of the Sisters of St. Joseph's Hospital
for the purpose of submitting a state
ment of the needs of that excellent
Institution. In some unaccountable
way a resolution was passed to create
an organization to be called "The As-
I eoclated Charities. 1 nere Is no
idoubt that the intentions of the pro--J
niottra of this organization are ex
J celU-nt, but It Is apparent to any one
!, who has the Slightest knowledge of the
' order to which the Sisters belong that
they can ente r Into no ijuch partner-
ship. The only superior to the excel-
lent Sister who Is manacer of St. Jo
I eepb's Hospital is and must be the
Mother Superior of the order.
We are authorized to say that the
Sisters must necessarily appeal to the
public directly for assistance, and will
do so. The monthly Interest charge
.which- they have to meet Is $220 per
month. This, as well as the current
expenses of the Institution must be
met. From 30O to f 400 Interest must
be paid next month. Everybody knows
how successfully the Sisters' hospitals
are managed and what splendid charit
able work they do. They always re
ceive general local aid and support.
The community that secures one pf
their hospitals considers Itself fortu
nate. Right now there are no less
than thirty indigent patients in St. Jo
seph's, who are receiving all the care
and attention they request. The doors
of the hospital are open to all alike,
without regard to religion or creed.
It should be aided and its facilities in
creased. Do not let us make the mis
take of dividing our efforts too much.
The good Sisters say they must make
the hospital self-sustaining, that is,
locally so. If the promoters of "The
Associated Charities" attempted to
found and mainAn s,lcn a hospital,
they would soon find what difncul.es
the Sisters have deait with in the past
and are contending with now. Let the
public provide for St. Joseph's first,
a.id then liberally aid "The Associated
Charities." Whatever St. Josephs
receives must be given directly to the
Sisters, to be disbursed by them, and
the Institution managed In their own
way. Of oourse, anything "The As
sociated Charities" may give St. Jo
seph's will be gratefully received, and
l the patients they may send to the
institution will also be received and
properly cared for.
We have written the above at the
request Sof the Sisters and many of
their friends. We also know that many
cf the leading citizens. Including many
of the physicians of the city, are In
full sympathy with what we have said.
The latter especially appreciate the
Importance of sustaining St. Joseph's.
This communication is made not for
the purpose oT fault finding or criti
cising anybody, but in order to let
the public know exactly what position
the Sisters take and why it is neces
sary thaf they should take It.
JAMES H. WROTH,
. S. McLANDRESS,
D. H. CARNS,
P. G. CORNISH,
W. G. HOPE.
HORSE STOLEN IN
CATTLEMAN FROM DATIL ":ES A
VALUABLE ANIMAL ON NORTH
FIRST STREET, AND RETURNS
IN AN HOUR TO FIND IT MISS
ING. T. E. Kelley, of the Ed. R. Kelley &
Sons Cattle company, of Datil, N. M.,
who arrived in Albuquerque yester
day afternoon In charge of a herd of
beef cattle from the. company's ranch,
is mourning the loss of a valuable
horse. Kelley and a cowboy drove
some cattle to this city, and after
marketing the s'ock, they tied their
horses to one of the cottonwood trees
on North First street, mar Railroad
The men then 'Went to supper and
when they returned to Bet their
horses about 0:30 o'clock, Kcllvy's an
imal was missing. The other horse
iad not been molested, but this Is ac
counted for by the fact that in making
the trip to Albuquerque. It. became
very lame. Kelley at once hunted up
Chief of Police SlcMillin, and report
ed the matter to him. and the sher
iff's office was also notified. In addi
tion, Mr. Kelley had a number of pos
tal cards bearing the description of
the horse printed to, 'ay, and these lie
sent to sui Toundin town-- The ?.'
tie and Hoie I'i'otcc' i e association
of central New .Mexico, of which the
Kelley company is a nienibi r. eft'' rs a
reward of $2"tt for the arrest and con
viction of the thief or thieves, and in
addition. Mr. Kelly offer- a reward of
$10 for the return of the saddle and
The horse is uray in color, weuhs
. about K5o pounds, and is branded
V. I.. C. (11 left hip and V. on left
thiKh. The animal is a!ut I1' wars
SEEK RECKEATION AT
. Jacob Korbi-r. Edward Quicki !. 1.
J. Rankin and Dr. Cnpp wire a qiur
ti'tte of A 1 1 u i u ! l n sp(inmcn who
li-ft the !! this morning in a four-s'-ated
mountain wagxii tor Antelope
Springs fur a few days' i een-ai inn.
They will sink.- the line of the Albu
querque Eastern ra'.lrnad and t'n : low
it through Tijer.is canyon to the op
pi tile side of the mountains. The
springs are locaiid near the Sai'.'.
I'V Central railway lctwein Er-tancia
at.u Willard, on tie- eastern slope of
t,e Manano range. At the springs
is one of the most commodious ranch
houses in that section of the country,
and It is a delghtful place fur an out
Piesidtnt Frank M. Murphy, of the
Santa Fe, Pre-cott & Phoenix railway,
may have accomplished a coup on
the Joint statehood advocates of the
two territories by coming to Albu
querque on October 9 to meet and es
cort Hon. James R. Tawney's con
gressional party over southern Ari
zona, but he also fell into a trap that
had long been waiting for lilm, and
was served with a subpoena to appear
before the Second Judicial district
court of New Mexico, as a
witness in the case of the Caledonian
Coal company asainst the Santa Fe
railway company, which will come up
for hearing on November 13.
The subpoena had been placed In
the hands of L'nite-d States Marshal
C. M. Foraker, of Now Mexico, and
it was imperative that Mr. Murphy
n'.iould be found In New Mexico be
fore it could be served. Mr. Murphy's
road had been -buying coal from the
McKinley county mines, and it was
very necessary that his testimony
should be had in the case, but since
the Issuance of the subpoena he had
kept from within the bounds of this
However, the temptation of meet
ing Mr. Tawney and party was too
strong for Mr. Slurphy, and he walked
right into the trap.
Mr. Murphy arrived on the morning
of the 9th In his private car, attached
to train No. 2. and within fifteen min
utes after he had alighted at the
station, he was presented with the
subpoena by Mr. Foraker.
It Is needless to say that Mr. Mur
phy was very much put out.
i ll tell you, Mr. Foraker, I'm pres
ident of five different railroads, and
we have a meeting on that day," said
he, very much agitated.
"Can't you change that date?"
The da-re couldn't be changed, and
Mr. Murphy got after the newspaper
man who had pointed him out to the
limb of the law.
Mr. iMurp'iy's testimony cn coal
rates from Gallup and other points in
New Mexico to his five different rail
roads, will Sie very interesting to hear.
SKETCH AND PORTRAIT OF
REV. J. C.R0LLIS, 0. D.
HE IS THE NEW PASTOR OF THE
FIRST METHODIST CHURCH OF
Rev. J. C. Rollins, T). D., the new
pastor of the Methodist church,
church, comes to this city from a two
years' pastorate in Arizona. . He Is a
New Emglander by birth. He lias
been for many years In this western
work. In Colorado, Arizona and Cali
He has had large experience as a
teachpr and always . takes an active
part in political-ntfivqnM&.nUlooliiaK
toward- the betterment of the commu
nity. ; ' v '
The Tempe, Ariz., News, among
other things, .has the following to say
concerning Rev. Rollins:
"Tomorrow evening, Uev. J. C. Rol
lins, D. D., pastor of the M. E. churcn
in this place, leaves for Yuma to at
tend the annual conference of his
church. Dr. Rollins lias presided over
the church for two years past, and It
is safe to say that today no man In
the community stands closer to the
hearts of the people, both In the
church and without, than does he. He
has been a fearless and able ex
pounder of the gospel, but ever broad-
minded and full of charity for the
weakness of his fellow men. No one,
I has been quicker to respond to the :
(call of duty or the cry of distress. If!
i the wishes of the church and commu- j
j uity arc respected, and the splendid
work he liaH done here has any ,
j weight with the appointing powers,'
; he will certainly be returned for an
' o' her yt nr."
Dr. Rollins was app 'inled t" Ti ii'pe
'for i he tl.ir,! year, but Inter Bishop
! llerry. tie' ! ire.-iil imr bishop, iran
! ferreil linn to this Held.
Whet) tin .'U'.lloll'K ettlt lit was made
of i he ti.iii.-fer til.- News ha I this to
"The I'emowil of Dr. Rollins from
this place can scarcely bo. viewed in
anv other light than a po-itive. ca
lamity. With the experience gained
in to high'y siicccsM'ul year:; in this
place, bis work during the r-ntiiitu
year was certain to be more, compre
hensive and far-reaching than ever,
not only as resards his own church,
but the community in general, lor hi--
ability is recognized by all.
"Dr. lfollins was perfectly wil'inii
to remain another year, but the bishop
hail o'her plans, hence the change."
I Dr. Rollins has already entered
j tiioii the work at Albuquerque, and
i is located at 21t! Hunim; avenue.
OOES GOVERNOR KIBBEY
FAVOR JOINT STATEHOOD
AiM-an-n: !'. C.iviTijor J. H. Kib'm-y.
i r" Arizora. lias conn- to the cau.-i' ot
jHiit -;at.-h I. l'o.-:al cardt. ar;
bt-ini: hi dd vcr the country ln-unm:
(Jovcrnor Kibbey'h iicliire, und In-low
ttu- pk-tuu' tin ful'oitiK I'M'lanal ion :
Hon. J. H. Kibbey, uovi'flior of the
s-iaii' of Arizona." As 'Arizona the
tlrint." Is the only state possible at
pi t si nt. we presume that the governor
U an advocate of J iiut statehood.
j REV. J. C. KOTXINS, D. D.
i. . i .
Superintendent James K. Allen, of
the local Indian Industrial school, re
ports that the total enrollment at the
school lias reached the 3nit mark.
This year promises to be the nicst
successful In the history of the local
institution, according to Superintend
ent Allen, and before the first of the
year the enrollment will probably be
In excess of 300 pupils.
"Three hundred pupils Is about all
we can properly handle," said Mr.
Allen, to a Citizen reporter, "yet we
always manage to make room for a
few mere. If necessary. The health
of the pupils In attendance was never
better, and there Is not over one or
two sick, and these cases are not of
a serious nature.
"There are some very extensive Im
provements to be made at the school
and for which the government has ap
propriated about $i0,(Klti. I expect thivt
these will be commenced before long,
and when completed, the facilities of
the school will be greatly enlarged
and Improved, thus giving the Albu
querque school rank as one of the
largest and most complete government
Indian schools In the United States.
"The new road to the school, wiilch
has -been in use several days. Is prov
ing very convenient. Yesterday af
ternoon a number of the boys from
the school spent the day removing
the telephone poles from the middle
to the side of the road, and this has
resulted in freeing the road of all ob
structions and making It a very at
Mr. Allen -will leave tomorrow for
the Santa Ana pueblo, where he goes
to settle some differences that have
occurred between the Indians and
Mexicans there, caused by the Mexi
cans unlawfully trespassing on the reservation.
HON. W. B. J MNS9N SUCCEEDS
TEN EYCK AS Y RDMASTER
Jlon. W. R. Johnson, who succeeds
Clarence Ten Eyck as yardmaster In
the local Santa Fe yards, has arrived (
from Denver and will take up the
duties of his new position tomorrow. ,
Mr. Jolinson Is no novice In the rail-(
road business. Hia career began in .
Chicago in 1879, and he spent twenty-!
two years In the Windy City In the',
employ of the Wabash and Pennsyl
vania roads. He Is protege of General
'Superintendent Parker of the western
grand division of the Santa Fe, and
came west "with Mr. Parker, accept-
lng the position of yardmaster at Pu
eblo, which position lie held for four
Mr. Johnson has also done a stunt
In politics. He was a member of the
Colorado legislature "which elected
three governors In as many hours,
representing Pueblo county.
""Trtf.' Johnson's' family i remains-Mi)
Pueblo, tout he will bring them to Al
buquerque as soon as he can find a
MOVING PICTURES OF
THE GREAT FIGHT
BETWEEN BRITT AND NELSON AT
ELKS' OPERA HOUSE FRIDAY
AND SATURDAY NIGHTS.
The sKrts and rugged games of
hardy men have ever had a fascina
tion for the public, and the portrayal
of these sturdy games is always wel
comed by the throngs. Of recent years
the advance In the photographers' art
has given a wide field for the rpere
sentation of the athletic contests, and
especially boxing matches. Foremost
in this efild by far the finest speci
mens of the kind ever seen are the
Hritt-Nelson fight pictures. Those
films, taken at the ringside during the
recent Colma fcattle, are conceded to
be indefinitely the best and clearest
pictures yet displayed. They portray
every blow, every step, every guard
each and every motion of the strug
gling warriors and their clearness
and beauty are something extraordin
ary. J. W. Coffroth, president of the Col
ma, (Cal.) Athletic club, where the
fight occurred, Is the owner of the
Friday and Saturday, November 3
and 4, at the Elks' theater. Prices,
fUc and 75c. Seats on sale Thursday
at Matson's book store.
Arguments were heard today before
Judge Abbott in chambers on a mo
tion filed by counsel for the Atchison.
Topeka A: Santa Fe Railway com
pany, asking that tlie Caledonian t eal
company of Gallup, which is sulny the
Sinia Fe for $P)unMt damages, tor
alleged discrimination in rates. be
forced to file a bill of particulars in
i the case.
Attorney Neil! 11. Field, appearing
as counsel for the Caledonian Coal
company, is n siting the granting of
the motion on the ground that it is
a ruse on the part of the railway com
pany to get the Caledonian Coal com
pany to give away its case before It
Is tried, and also to delay the hear-
ing of the case.
Hon. Alex. Howie of Gallup, presi
dent of the Caledonian Coal company,
also Shares this belief. In conversa
tion with a Citizen reported today, ho
"1 think the railway company wants
us to give away our case before It Is
tried. It looks as if the company was
sparring for more time and seeking to
delav the hearing of the case."
' Attorneys V. II. Childers and E. W.
LKlson represent the railway com
pany In making arguments for the
granting of the motion by the court.
. Delay in Washington Cat.
The hearing of the Washington mine
case, -which has been before Judge Ab-
' bott for the past ten days, Is being de-
' layed on account of the non-arrival
of an Important witness, but it will
probably be taken up again as soon as
, arguments are finished In the motion
for a bill of particulars In the Cale-
, don lan case.
, Yesterday afternoon Manuel San
chez y Gallegos had a hearing before
Judge Abbott on the charge of Insan
ity. He was adjudged insane and
committed to the asylum at Las Ve
gas. PROFESSIONAL MEN PLEAD
GUILTY TO FIGHTING
"Guilty." was the plea entered in po
lice court this morning by Dr. R. L.
litis and Dr. E. N. Wilson, the two
professional men who yesterday af
ternoon engaged In an exclttng pugil
istic encounter In front of the N. T.
Armijo building on Railroad avenue.
Judge Crawford assessed a fine of $5
upon each of the doctors. Both paid
up and were discharged.
K. J. Dugan, John Sweeney and T.
Castillo pleaded guilty to toeing, drunk
and disorderly and weje fined $5 each
or given the option of spending five
days on the streets.
The one means of raising
the grade of traders '''good
goods Schilling's Best
Your grocer's ; moneyback.
Subscribe for Th CIttxen and jet
GOETZ'S PICALtL.Lt AT MALOY'S
One or the nfcest places In the city
is the pool hall, No. 115 West Rail
road avenue. Call and enjoy your
self. A Pleasure to All.
No Till Is as pleasant and positive as
DeWitfa Little Early Risers. These
Famous Little Pills are so mild and
effective that children, delicate ladies
and weak people enjoy their cleansing
effect, while strong people say they
are the best liver pills sold. Sold by
JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE
Carries the United States mall;
only line with a change of stock en
route; good rigs, horses and drivers;
rig leaves Albuquerque every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at 6 a. m. For
particulars, address W. L. Trimble &
Co., agents, Albuquerque, N. M., or J.
B. BLOCK, Proprietor, Perea, N. M.
For $9.50 you can take yoar choke of ovef fifty new and
stylish Coats, assorted sues, m shades of Black, Tan,
Castors and Fancy Mixtures. Coats are well worth $ 1 5
j SZTT WINDOW DISPLAY
DAVE B. LEVIS'
Grand Operatic Orchestra.
Car Load of Special Scenery.
Novel Mechanical Effect.
ALL NEW SPECIALTIES
WrATCH FOR THE
NOTE THE PRICES 35c, 60c, 75c.
Seats on sale at Matson's book
store, Monday, October 30.
Comedy OPERA Success
As presented at the New York thea
ter for three months.
C n METROPOLITAN C f
UU COMPANY JU
NEW AND GORGEOUS PRODUCTION
ARTISTIC COSTUMES-NEW MUSIC
Beautifully Oowned Girls
FUN EVERY MINUTE.
See and hear the latest New York
The Whole Dam Family
PRICES 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seats
on sale Tuesday, October 31,
at 9 o'clock.
PRICES 50c and 75c. Seats cn
(ale Thursday at Matson's book
OFFER IN WOMEN'S COATS
o Carpets, Rugs, Matting, Linoleum; J
Curtains, Portieres and j Draperies
And also a
Blankets. Comforts and Pillows
i " Oilr price r tbe lowest.
Albert Faber, 305 Railroad Avenge
o o ooooooooooo
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock fuli of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house when
it's cold. Kill your bins for next win
ter now, and avoid the rush.
American Block Coal, the best Gallup
mined; t'cnillos Ivump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes o hard coal.
Factory Wood, $3 full load. Green
Mill Wood, full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto. 'Phone, 416. Colo. 'Phone, 45.
L Xk til
Before It Is Too Late
Metier coiiie in and l-'ok at our line of Client 1'rotci tors. It may
save you Mime u.oney and pre cut a spell of sickness. Ste what
we have Suy it you want to.
B. H. BRIGGS & CO
First St. and Gold Ave. Trops. Alvarado Pharmacy. Both Phones.
0 Atifo phone, 21o. Hell phone, 115. Kt silence Auto phone, No. 289.
q Am DOROERSf lunerl Director and tTmbtlmer q
Black or White Hearse, 5.00. Commercial Club Building, f
q CITY L'NDKHTAKER. q
are ihowinf :r the Fall if
and Winter rfagon, sew de- 0
full line of
Electric & Construction Co.
Electrical Pumping Plants
Of Every Deacrlptlo
Agents for the Crocker
Wheeler Dynamoa and
Store and Residence Wir
ing a Specialty. All
work fully guaranteed.
Agents for the celebrated
"Gyrofans." See them
In European Hotel Rm
taurant. We give tickets for the
Member National ' Elec
trical Contractors' As
sociation. 216 SOUTH SECOND ST.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
Room 18, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
modern telephone service today for
what you are paying for Inferior ser
The only long distance transmitters
and receivers; wall or desk sets; long
time contracts, as you wish; lowest