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ALHUQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17. 1905.
ROOM WHERE MILTON FRANKLIN
ANDREWS COMMITTED LAST CRIME
1 1 1
San KVanclsco, Nov. 17. The kill
ing of Nulda Prtr'o, hi paramour,
l)v the notorious criminal. Milton
on McAllister streel, whore he suc
ceeded In eluding the police for over
a month, aided by the woman who
Jii-ntitrht iirru I all in u ntiil mpHlrlnpfl fiT
Franklin Andrews, and his solf-de- ,,,,, anii trough whose errands he
stnictlon while ottlcers were breaking i was finally traced to the home of J.
In the door to arrest him, has caused) It. Measlier, who rentPd the apart
a sensation In local police circles un'mont to the woman without know
cqtiallPit by anything In late years. ; ledge of her male companion's pres-
Andrews was one of the most fa
mons crooks and outlaws In the coun
try, and large rewards for his cap
ture were offered by the police of sev
etal states. He was accused of mur
dering Bessie Bouton, his former
I t:j y-m e - 5 -l t .All
1- :i:Hl i"-:
cr !vvv!''r.Tj it.
Jtather than face the gallows, An
drews, when threatened with capture,
shot the woman he loved too well to
leave behind, anil killed himself Just
as the police forced an entrance.
... fit. '
sweetheart, In Colorado, and of many
other crimes, his last offense being
an attempt to murder Wm. C. Ellis,
a wealthy Australian. In Berkeley.
Realizing that evry man's hand
was turned against him, Andrews se
creted himself In a small apartment
REV. JOHN MORDY
And Calls Upon He or She to
Come Forward With
1VDKN, SITUATION SQUABBLE
To Evening Citizen:
Laguua, N. M., Nov. 14. The Pres
byterian missionary at I.aguna may
have erred in not signing his own
name to a communication published
in The Evening Citizen of Nov. 4th,
OF NEW MEXICO
Paper Read Before the Min
ing Congress, at El Paso,
on Tuesday, by
i ROF. F. A. JONES OF THIS CITY
(By Prof. Fayette A. Jouea, field as
sistant. United States Geological
Survey, Albuquerque, N. M.)
It can truthfully be said that New
Mexico is the oldest known, yet new-!
est region, figuratively speaking, of
but as there was nothing personal any province In the United States,
in the communication he simply fol- New Mexico ranked next to Colorado
lowed an old custom which la very In variety of mineral products at the
general. A long answer appears in international exposition In St. Louis,
The Citizen, of Nov. 11th which deals and for such distinction received Beo
mostly with the missionary person- ond honor by being awarded the sll
aJly over the anonymous name of ver medal.
"Seama. me nrst great conquest lor gold In
world; 15,000,000 were taken out of a
email space of less than 100,000 cubic
feet. Most of the silver camps are
Idle, the ores being too low a grade
on an average, to Justify resumption
of work at the present price of Bllver.
The lead and zinc area eeems to be
principally confined to the west side
of the Rio Grande, with the exception!
of the Organ mountain district. Those
ores are associated and found in the
massive carboniferous lime stones.
In the production of lead, the Mag
dalena and Cook's Peak districts take
first rank; each of those districts has
a credit in production of several mil
lions In lead carbonate and Bulphlde
ores. At Granite Gap In southwestern
Grant county, are some splendid lead
As an associated metal, quite a
large quantity of lead is mined In the
vicinity of Silver City.
The Magdalena district has come
rapidly to t ho front as a zinc camp
within the past two years. Until 1903
the camp had not a lKiund of zinc to
its credit in production; nearly $180,
000 was accredited to the district in
1M3. The output during the yearl!)04
reached nearly 11,000,000. The future
of New Mexico seems now assured as
a zinc producing territory.
Eastern Socorro county and western
Lincoln county appears to be the prin
cipal Iron fields of the southwest. On
the upper Gila exist the largest alum
leiM)slts, perhaps, in the world; not a
pound of the product has ever been
New Mexico contains enough gyp
sum to supply the world for centuries.
A NOVEL COAT IN
Allow me now to state plainly, over our country was made In New Mexico 0n'y n Pla,nt exists in the territory
my own name, that if Seama will under tne leadership of Francisco
Hive her own name, that I will give Vasquez de Coronaiio, in 1541. In-
mjr authority for every statement, cited by legends of the seven fabled
though 1 will not promise to take any cities of Cibola In the strange land of
notice of n.ere personal abuse. the north, Coronado, with his intrepid
If the lYesbyterian minister In La- band of explorers, pushed their way
una is a'jle to while away bis time across the trackless wastes from tne
that manufactures cement plaster
from this material. The plant Is sit
uated on the El Paso & Southwestern
railway, at Ancho, In Lincoln county.
Many of these beds are several hun
dred feet In thickness. What is said
to be the most extensive deposit of
ami: , j t, . 1 1 1 vj anaj uin iiuiv o . v h n.t-ao naaica ,iviu b, . 1
in the toie, while the Indians do tne city of Mexico, penetrating this mys- ypsuni In the world, Is known as the
preaching, and yet make converts terioua region as far to the north as' I)Ialn ' the "white sands," situated
who give half of their goods to sup-, Santa Fe,
port the church, he must be an extra-j In all probability turquoise wag the
ordinary man, for no other minister first product mined in the United
can accomplish such an extraordinary States. The New Mexico article
work by the most Incessant labor. j equals the oriental Persian gem, and
He may be getting too large a sal- Is recognized by many experts as the
ary and misappropriating the nutn- most beautiful and valuable In
erous barrels of clothing sent, and be world.
a very bad character generally, but' This gem stone Is found In the Cer
all that Is the business of the PreBby- rillos district. Burro mountains, jai
terlan church, which employs the, mis-' ilia mountains. Old Hachita, and is
aionary, pays his salary, receives the thought to exist In a few localities
converts with all the money which elsewhere. Evidence of prehlstorio
they pay, and even establishes the doc-, workings has been observed in all of
trlnes taught and the discipline main-' the places as above given. The oldest
tained. known copper mines In New. Mexico
If therefore your correspondent will are the Santa Rita mines, which were
make her complaint to the Presby-1 the first modern copper mines worked
terlan church, giving her own uaino, 'in. America. The Santa Rita mines
she will get prompt attention, If she are by far the largest producers of
Is a person who deserves any atten-. copper In New Mexico. These mines
The public Is interested In the ex
lendlture of public money by It own posits of Arizona and northern Mex
servants; but the expenditure of ico. The boundary line of this great
Presbyterian money and the character copper belt.ln New Mexico, begins In
or Presbyterian ministers Is largely the Mogollon mountains and extends
the business of the Presbyterian ' approximately In a southeast direction !
cburch. across the territory, through the Jar-
I have no complaint to make of Ilia mountains. All that area lying
any person In the Indian service. I to the southwest of this line belongs
assume that they are doing tln work j to the copper belt,
for which they were appointed, but Next In the chronological order of
surely the Indian service, as a sys- mining In New Mexico comes the dls
tem, Is a proper subject for cruirism. covery and mining of gold. The dis
If the system pauperizes the rich or , covery of gold in New Mexico was
neglects the poor, the blame may Dot made In the gravels at the base of the
rest on the.employe, but on the man- Ortiz mountain In southern Santa Fe
agement. i i-ounty, in the year 1828. In 1829 the
It is the privilege and duty of every iu w ylacers were found In the Puerto
rltizen to call attention to the defects mountains a short distance to the
but tboe who are In control alone south of the Or;iz mountains. The
can locate the responsibility. area, though not extensive, has pro-
Let uie close by Inviting your cor- duced approximately 12,500,000 up to
resiMndeut to come to business by ( the present time. At the present
giving ner name ana me sia-iernenis writing t-uzanet htown in Colfax coun
for which she deslreg authority.
southwest of Alamogordo, In Otero
county. This snowy waste of gypsum
Is about thirty-five miles in length
north and south and about eighteen
miles across its broadest part at the
In general, all of the coals of New
Mexico are quite clean and make a
good fuel. Some of these coals coke
and make a splendid coke, while oth
ers possess no coking qualities what
ever. The areal extent of the New
Mexican coal fields is not definitely
known; It Is. perhaps, not exceeded
by any state In the Union. The signifi
cance of this fact should ot be over
looked, since New Mexico is the gate
way to the great smelting centers of
Arizona and the republic of Mexico,
which latter province will soon pur
chase all their fuel supplies at the
I are embraced In the great copper belt' nearest markets, when taking Into
of the southwest that Includes the de-i consideration the ant'eipated legisla
tion anecting tne rates at the coming
A FATAL MISTAKE.
Stoves repaired and set up; furnl
ture set up and crated for shipment.
Rear of Walton' drug store.
L. H. 8HOEMAKER.
ty, has the greatest production of any
uistriet in rew Mexico. Oald was dis
covered there In 1SK6 ar4 tlw gravels
have been constantly vP'kt-l ever
since. Some fabulously rl'h silver
mines have been found in New Mex
ico. The Lake Valley deposit, knswn
as the "Bridal Chamber." hat perhaps
never been equaled in richnws In the
J. it 0'Rielly & Co's Emancipation Act That Will
Is Often Made by the Wisest of Albu
It's a fatal mistake to neglect backache.
Backache Is the first symptom of
Serious complications follow.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure them
Don't delay until too late.
Until It become diabetes Brlglit's
Read what an Albuquerque citizen
Mrs. J. II. Smith, of 115 Huning ave
nue, wife of J. H. Smith deputy sher
iff, says: I have had backache for a
month so severe that every move
ment I made hurt, and I never knew
the moment by the slightest strain on
the muscles of the back brought a
twinge that could only be described as
excusiatlng. I went to the Alvarado
pharmacy for Doan's Kidney Pills, and
took them. The remedy stopped the
annoyance. Since then I have had no
necessity to use Doan's Kidney Pills
nor any other medicine for aching
across the small of the back."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N.
Y., sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
tke no other. 63
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The Advantage in Buy
ing diamonds ot Us.
e buy Diamonds direct from the cutler, nd
purchase only due White and Uxtra White Forfeit
Diamonds. We are now selling from a rturvn .w-l
bouel't for rMvestmcnt several tnr n. Alihn,,nh ik.
price of Diamonds has advanced considerably c ATA nnhlH
to sell these fine Diamonds to-day at price then prevailing.
Send for our handsome Illustrated Fall and
Christmas Catalog No. 16. It ii Free.
We hlp on approval and pay all charges whether you buy or not. W e
rely on the high quality of our goods to merit and win your trade.
Brock and Feagans
jewelers LOS ANGELES, CAL. Importers
J US p VI l mvm
Thl peculiar looking garment is made from the skin of the anaconda,
South American snake.. By careful tailoring the effect obtained ia auite
modish, althojgh rather startling. ..
NO MISTAKE MADE IN FIXING
THANKSGIVING DAY ON NOV. 30
MANY PERSONS UNDER IMPRESS
VEMBER 2J USUAL PREPAK
ION THAT IT SHOULD BE ON NO.
Thanksgiving Day that day on
which the whole country unites In of
fering praise for the good things of
life and attends foot ball games,
which are followed by heavy dinners
comes this year on an unusual day.
It will be the last day In the month,
something which happens very sel
dom on account of the way the cal
endar Is constructed. November 30t'n
must be JV Thursday, for It to have
the distinction of also being Thanks
giving Day, and this cannot happen
often In the lifetime of the average
Many persons are under the Im
pression that a grand mistake has
been made this year and that Presi
dent Roosevelt is making a radical
departure in fixing the day as Thurs
day, November 30th. Some persons
think that It suould have been Novem
ber 23d, and a large number of In
quiries have been received by The
Evening Citizen asking what day
Thanksgiving Day comes on this year.
President Roosevelt fixed November
30th, and he kas the authority, by
virtue of an act of congress, to fix
any day he may see fit. The law
does not specify any special day for
the day of thanks, although it Is cus
tomary ror it to be on the last Thurs
day In November, and the president
may fix any day he chooses.
The mayor of Henderson, a small
Ohio river town in Kentucky, added
to the mix-up as to the date by fixing
me time as November 23d, one week
earlier. His proclamation was issued
In advance of that sent out by the
president. He thought he and the
president would hit the same dav. but
the president followed the custom of
having the lat Thursday, so Hender
son will have two Thanksgiving Days,
one ou the 23d and the other on the
The usual preparations for Thanks
giving Day are being made In this
city and the charitable Institutions
will serve the usual Thanksgiving
dinners, while the local Salvation
Army corps will serve dinner to a
number of needy and Indigent pat
rons. Everybody Is well fed on ThanKo
giving Day, and whether one Is a pris
oner in the county Jail or a million
aire he has turkey and the other ac
companiments on this one day In the
year at least.
D. C. Clf VIMifR, Mason Ccairactor
Contract taken for Cement-Stone House and foundations.
A house built of this material is warmer In winter and cooler In
summer than a brick house, and is cheaper than good brick.
Foundations for frame houses cheaper than common rubble
stone. Let me figure with you. Drop a card and I will call.
CORNER WALTCR AND 0AMTA fm BTRKKTm
KEFP YOUR HOUSE COMFORTABLE
Cold Weather Means
Horse Blankets and Lap Rob is
We hav them In all kind am
price. SPECIAL LOW PRICES,
NOW, a we bought a large quantity
direct from the factory.
J. KORBER & CO.
Corner of First Street and Copper
Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
Horse Blankets and
Every horse needs a blanket this
weather, and we Invite an inspec
tion of our large line. A good,
lined. Burlap Blanket, lwth two
surcingles attached, for $1.50. Fine
wool street Blankets at $2.60 each.
Q Cor. First street and Tijcras road. ALDUyUtnyUC UAnniMUC OU.
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Proprietor
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS 0
0 FINE RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. Finest Whiskies, Imported 0
A aad Domestic Wine and Cognac. The coolest and highest grade ot )
lager served. Finest and best timported and Domestic Cigars.
llTfte St. Elmo M mm I
JOSEPH BARNKTT, frojw
120 West lUffroatf Aretvse .CLUB ROOMS
A MOTHER DIES
EN ROUTE TO HER HOME.
Dr. A. Rosenthal, of Karmington,
received the Bad intelligence of the
sudden death of his mother. She was
on her way from Denver, where the
doctor had met and visited with her,
to her home in New York. After
leaving Chicago, she became 111 and
Just as they reached Buffalo, she died
in her berth In the Pullman. Her
niece was traveling with her. She
was seventy-eight years old and heart
failure was the cause of death.
No one appreciates better thn the
victim of intligebtiou that he is an ab
ject slave to bis stomach, and J. H
O'Kielly tc Co., in guarauteeing that
Ml-o-na will blrbugtbeu the stomach
ao that you cau eat what you want
and when you want it. removes all
fear of further bondage.
The stomach is to the body wbat
the foundation is to the house, and
when it is weakened or diseased, one
organ after another is affected until
the heart, lungs, kidneys and liver
will all be involved. Indigestion
causes uerwuness kleeplessuess,
headaches, backache), digress after
eating, furred tongue, and general
weakness and debility.
Ml-o na in not a mere temporary re
lief for ludigetrtion, but a positive
remedy for all stomach troubles, pro
moting good digestion, stimulating
the oucretluns and restoring health.
Ask J. H. O'Kielly & Co. to show
you the guarantee under which they
bell Ali-ona. A larg.) box of the tab
lets sell for CO cents, but coats noth
ing unless they cure.
Revised, up to date, by a practical
Instructor. This book now contains
valuable recipes, useful to every
housewife. Chafing dish cookery,
dainty soups, delicious boulllions,
beef tea, etc. Visit the domonstrS'
tion of Armour's extract of beef, at
our store. Ask the lady In charge
how to get a copy of this book, and
waile there try a cup of delicious
beef tea of bouillon. It's all free, with
GOLDEN RULE DRY GOODS CO.
One or the ntcest p!ce in the city
is the pool ball. No. 115 West Rail'
road avenue. Call and enjoy yourself.
All Wool Albatros 42M,c Yard.
36-lneh All Wool Albatros in Red.
Navy, Brown, Tan, Reseda, Nile. Lt.
Blue, Pink, and Grey, for 42Vfcc yard at
The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
When vou ara In need of fin linunn
ana wines, can on trnett Meyers &j
to,, no west stiver .avenue. Auto
matic phone, 240. !
Foot ball game, Santa Fe Indians
and University at Traction Park, Sat
urday, the 18th. Game will he rallori
at 2:4 o'clock.
FARR SHIPPED CATTLE
Wm. Farr, of Albuquerque, shipped
1048 head of cattle from Lordsburg
the first of the week to the Imperlah
valley in California, where he will
fatten them for the California mar
ket, says the Lordsburg Liberal. The
principal shippers were Jack, Mans
field and Robson, although many other
small owners put In a few steers. H.
C. Day drove about 250 head of steers
from the Gila to put in on this ship
ment, but he was not in on the con
tract, and there were enough without
his cattle so they were not taken,
and be had to drive them back to the
But Few Are Free,
But ftw people are entirely fre from
indigestion at this season of the year.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is not only the
best remedy to use because it digests
what you eat but because It also en
ables the digestive apparatus to as
similate and transform all food Into
tissue-building blood. Kodol relieves
sour stomach, heart burn, belching,
and all forms of Indigestion.
SAP THE VITALITY
T lit? UCAITIK
Old Sores that refuse to heal are a constant - ' llrLt ill
menace to health. They sap the vitality and umlertuini- the constitution by
draining the system of its very life fluids, ami those allhcted with one of
these ulcer grow despondent and almost desperate as one treatmei t after
another fails. They patiently apply salves, washes, plasters, etc . but in
spite of all these the sore refuses to heal and eats deeper into the surround
ing flesh, destroying the tissues and growing to be a festering, inflamed and
angry mass. The source of the trouble is iu the blood. This vital fluid is
filled with impurities and poisons which are constantly leing discharged
into the sore or ulcer, making it impossible for the place to heal. It will not
do to depend on external applications for a cure, because they do not reach
the real cause, and valuable time is lost experimenting with such treatment,
the most they can do is keep the ulcer clean. Any sore that will not heal is
dangerous, for the reason that it may have the deadly germs of Cineer behiml
it. A cure can be brought about only through a remedy that can change the
quality of the blood, aud this is what S. S. S. does. It goes to the very
bottom of the trouble, drives out the poisons and germs with which it is
blled, and purities and builds up the entire cir
culation. By the use of S. S S the sore is
supplied with new, rich blood which corrects
the trouble, soon stops the discharge, and allows
the place to heal naturally and permanently
S S S also rein vigorates the entire system. anrl
wlu-re the constitution has been depleted o
broken down it quickly buil.U it up and restores perfect health. Write f t
our special book on sotes aad ulcers, and any medical advice you are in need
of; no charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA.
. WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by us.
Bebber Optical Co.
115 GOLD AVE.
Member of Board of Optometry
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 535. Office, 208 Vs
West Gold Avenue.
Movin Drajin' Shippin'
Tou have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, and
all kind of Fresh Meat
300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
For the Information of the public,
Plumbing Inspector Whitcomb calls
attention to Chapter XII of the city
ordinance, Sections 63 aud SO, wfcich
Section 63 Building Permit.
No person, firm or corporation shall
begin or continue the erection, altera
tion or repair of any building or
structure, or erect any sign extending
over any sidewalk within the corpor
ate limits of the city of Albuquerque,
without first having applied for and
received a permit so to do from the
Section 86 Penalty for Violation.
All persons failing or refusing to
comply with the provisions of this
ordinance, after having received due
notice in writing from the building in
spector, shall upon conviction thereof
be fined in a sum not less than $10
nor more than $50, or Imprisonment
not less than ten days nor more than
thirty days, or both floe and imprison
ment, at the discretion of the court,
for each and every offense, each day
to constitute a new offense.
A Disastrous Calamity.
It Is a disastrous calamity, when
you lose your health, because Indi
gestion and constipation have sapped
it away, l'rompt relief can be tfad in
Dr. King's New Life Pills. They
build up your digestive organs, and
cure headache, dizziness, colic, con
stipation, etc. Guaranteed by all drug
Don't wait for an explosion oook
with I 'de humane way.
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 aad
O. F. PL ATT,
The real cleaner and dyer. La
dle' " and gentlemen' fine
clothe a specialty. Portiere,
lace curtains, etc. 1411 North
Fifth street. Old 'phone, Red,
26 V2. Automatic 'phone, 675.
S. .T VANN, O. O.
President of New Mexico Board
First established optician in New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight,
headache and nervous strain.
Office Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments made at Vann's drug
A. W. HAY DEN
CONTRACTOR A NO BUILDER.
Orfice and F.ietory
412 WEST COPPER AVENUE.
Albuquerque, (1. M.
Phones. Auto. 10S; Colo., Black !5
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
Leather. Harness, Saddles, Lap
Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts fire years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hide and
09 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Boston Baked Bean and Bresvn Bread
401 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE,
Automatic pbon 451.
Room 10, N. T. Arm'Jo Bandies.