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ALIlUQUKItOUK EVENING CITIZEN
THE EVENING CITIZEN
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The Citizen Publishing Company
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much harm. A similar rule was tried
Homo years ago, and proved a failure."
Ai lon 3 Kd Corrlgan and John
Condon make of the turf a foot ball,
Just so long will the racing game con-
flnim iinrior a rmn in ninnv or tne
western states. The contention of
these two horsemen have about ruined '
the came. Eacb declares he will :
spend every dollar he possesses ti '
down the other, and as both are
"paine" when it comes to backing
their assertion with the coin, no one
doubts that each means Just what
he says. But why the great army of
horsemen should allow two men to
spell ruin for them because of per
sonal differences is one of the mys
teries of the) turf war. Corrlsan has
Ioiik leen a menace to racing, and
Condon Is little better. Some diy a
grain of common sense, will develop
In the turtle like heads of the men
who own the horses and when It dtcs
maybe both Corrlgan and Condon will.
be kicked outside the gates and a new
deal, and a square one, Inaugurated.
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TO OUR CLIMATE
THE PAST FEW WEEKS, CULMIN
ATING IN A FINE FALL OF
SNOW LAST NIGHT.
For the past few days, owing to the
thermometer reaching freezing point,
the boys have been visiting the ponds
and Indulging In the sport of skating.
end of the line, Intending to walk to
his home at Mineral Hill from there,
a distance of eight miles. It was
dark when he started oil his long
walk, and after going n short dis
tance he became bewildered and
could not find his way. He wandered
around till morning, when he was
found not a mile from where he had
He was taken to the Hot Springs
post office nnd medical assistance was
summoned. At first li was feared
that both feet were fr07.cn but cir
culation was restored and now It Is
the opinion of bin doctor that at the
most he will not lose more than a
couple of toes from one foot. He was
driven to his home Sunday afternoon,
where he will lie confined for . some
time until lie recovers from the ex-
Kd Shaunnesay, the San Francisco
pugtllsl, who killed a man In a fight
t Pawnee, O. T., has been sent to
prison for fifteen years.
The following advertisement will
probably bo noted In the various the
atrical publications this week: ".Mr.
Robert FiUsimmoiiB At liberty."
After taking a lay off for several
weeks, it is announced that the fight
ing game Is to be resumed at Chelsea,
Mass., the authorities having decided
to Issue permits to the clubs once
Herman Long Is not at all pleased
with the contract offered him by the
1 Boston Natonal League club, and it
is said that ho may again manage Des
Moines, In the Western League, next
Frank Qulgg, a minor league um
pire, says that not 15 per cent f the
base ball players ever read the book
of ruleB before the opening of the
regular championship season, and
that many kicks are made through
ignorance and real to win.
Id spite of the poor showing mnde
Jy the St. IiOuls Browns, a dividend
wan declared at the last meeting of
the directors. If the Browns Bhould
win the pennant once more the direc
tors could retire for life to live on
the Interest of their money.
That should bo an interesting en
counter when Willie Lewis and Willie
Fitzgerald meet before the Colma A.
f Kin PrnnolHCO. nn .lanuarv ' lbth.
Both are good welters and as no love
is lost between them they should give
liu fun a a ir,uA rim for their money
inside the 25 rounds which the fight
ing is scheduled to go.
Princeton College favors the abol
ition of all Interference in foot ball
games on the theory that this will re
store the game to Its old-time open
style or play. Also, the paid coach
should be done away with and the
euson shortened, according to the
Princeton view. At Harvard it is pro
posed to bar freshmen and men from
other colleges In all athletics.
If frosty weather dope counts for
anything, the indications are that the
second division teams of the National
league are going to le much stronger
than they were last year, while the
ftTBt division fellows do not seem to
be adding materially to their strength.
If such a happy contingency should
come about it would certainly lie of
material benefit to the game.
Plug pong allileiiCB and basket ball
are looking up at Columbia - Univer
sity. Since the ubolitlon of all tne
brutal, debasing, distasteful, diabolic
al, etc., etc.. kinds of sport at this
seat of learning, a great impetus has
leen given to knittlug, crocheting and
Balteuliurg exercises. Bonnets that
tie under the chin have been passed
around. Already one-half the btu
denls can make just lovely fudge.
According to Head Coach Heid of
Harvard, "iiaft and corruption In the
business methods of today are re
sponsible for much of the evil that
besets athletics at the colleges."
Heid condemns the practice of solic
iting athletes at the different prepara
tory schools, offering them special
inducements to go to certain colleges.
Keid'H criticism is timely, and will be
indorsed by practically every college
lhat made a poor showing in Uie foot
The game between the Star Athletic
club's football eleven and the second
Indian team, on the United States in
llnn 'IVuiiiimr School's eridiron at
Santa Fe Christmas afternoon, reunit
ed In a victory for the Indians, by a
score of 15 to 0. The whites were a
Jltllo too light although they played
a desperate game. Several times the
Indians shoved the pig skin across the
goal line by sheer strength. The fea
tures of tlie game were three touch
downs and a couple of neat goal kicks.
It looks as though Tommy Ryan,
who hastily scrambled into the lime
light with a challenge to O'Brien, af
ter the latter had defeated old Pits,
was to be accommodated. "I'm going
after the middleweight and heavy
weight championships." says Phlla
delphla Jack, "and aB a starter I will
take on Hyan at 1T.K pounds. Then I
will give Marvin Hart a chance."
Until Hyan signs the articles and
posts a good sized forfeit there Is no
ubc getting enthusiastic over his chal
lenge. l'Vi.n Is seeking advertising,
"The proposed rule prohibiting
tackling below the knee would prob
ably bring about more disputes than
reforms in foot ball," says Walter
Kekcrsall. "it will lie Impossible for
the officials to enforce the rule.
They can never determine where a
man Is tackled except In a few cases,
and if a decision is made the tackier
will claim that he tackled above the
luees, but his hands slipped down,
which often happens. This will lead
to disputes between the rival players
and cause ill feeling, which will do
(W littlp kill of a fellow, who receiv
ed a pair of skates for Christmas, re
ported that skating was good yester
day and the day before.
When the early risers looked out of
windows this morning they found the
ground covered wltn at least two
inches of snow on the level, and It re
minded nil easterners of this Illustra
i IOWA HOMESEEKERS
VISIT ESTANCI A.
The following homeseekers from
! Iowa, who have been In the Estaheia
valley on nn inspection tour, arrived
I at Santa Fe from Kstnncia Sunday.
They were very f.ivorahly Impressed
with the valley and most of them will
locate there: .1. . Winkel. L. Tur
ner. .1.' C. Petersen, Charles Peterson.
Algona, Iowa: W. U. Brunei-, Kxcol
sior, Iowa: Joseph Groff, Thomas
(Iroff. Parnell, Iowa; CJ. Brchencr,
Waterloo, Iowa; Dr. Kll Browning
and wife, Thomas Moore, Miss Viola
jCray, West Branch; II. II. Cowan. Ai
FACTS ABOUT THE LADIES.
Japanese women gild their teeth.
In Greenland, women paint' Hieir
faces blue nnd yellow.
The ladies of Arabia stain (heir
fingers and toes red.
In India, tho women of three high
castes paint their teeth black.
Borneo women dye the hair in fan
tastic colors- pink, green, hlue and
1 A Hindoo bride Is annoinled from
head to fool with grease and saffron.
In New Holland, scars made care-
r,,1l., ,.-t,l. olw.Ma f.. lnl...lA nn
I iuiij Willi nu.nn i, 'tin ,'ioiniiiuc Jrti-
J terns on the ladies' faces.
And, again, In the colder climate of
the norUi, . : furnaces are
the rule ! this Illustra
tion ta a . . ' r
In some South American tribes the
women draw the front teeth, es
teeming as nn ornament the black
gap thus made.
In New Guinea, the ladles wear
nose rings, piercing the nose In the
same fiendish way that civilized
women pierce the ears. Philadelphia
BESSIE ABBOTT IS
B1CK, A CkEAT STAR
And the boys, with sleighs, imd fun
this morning on the Highlands, In this
V. . Jl I
all I vi-.v v WW
While the "Doubting Thomases,"
who can prophesy all kinds of weather
when a little snow appears, are pre
paring In their jack rabbit hunts to
encouuter zero weather In this way
New York. Dec. 21. Bessie Abbott,
the only American girl with the single
exception of Mine. Kmnia Karnes, to
gain successful distinction upon the
stage of the Paris opera, is once again
in her native land. She will tour the
country in concert, and will appear
at the Metropolitan later in the sea
son. Miss Abbott Is a very handsome
young girl. She was boin up the
state, and studied altogether in this
country, until she went to Kurope,
some six years ago. She made her
debut three years ago.
DO YOU WANT THE
NAME, AND ADDRESS
of the man who thouid be working for yout
of the man whi would ftMrlly lend you moneyf
or the n;.m vha culd like to buy your horse?
of the man who would buy an lotorest In your buslneisf
of the man who would buy that lot of ground?
of the man who would buy your Old bicycle?
TjhQ Citizen Want Ads. Furnish you
wit hi names and, addresses
of people who are
"Neccessary to Your Prosperity"
PERMANENT SALARIED POSITIONS
tm itirn of buainefto f ettinf billty W need at onM
hundred of mm who can present hinh rradc proposi
tion and produce rtuii. Previous eipcntnee not
eft?ntial Chnire nf desirable location. Kirellent
opportunity for advancement. We ilso have listed in
our 11 office mmy Kiecutive, Clerical and Technical
positions and good orportunitiea for men having
money to invent with their aervicea. Writ ua to-day,
ttiittnf; ponttion desired.
HAPCOOOS (Inc.), Brain Brokers
917 Chemical building, SI Lot-to
lint iluihe familiar with the rienetra
lion of a New Mexico sun, this after
noon mt out their rubber hoois.
expect the next few dtijb to
tramping through mud und flush a
ALMOST FROZEN TO
y DEATH IN CANYON.
Allen 1). Ufil, who is employed as
foreman of the construction gang for
the l.ns 'eg.m Hallway and I'ower
eompiiuy, was very nearly frozen to
ileal h in the canyon Saturday night
and it iiituond in the city Sun
day 1 hat he luicl died from exposure,
a the Optic.
lie made a liuinber of ( ti r 1h mati
purchasca late .S.iturd.iy afternoon
and then took the canyon car to fhe
VVANTKO Clean rags. nquir 7
The Citizen omce.
WANTED A few more roomers at
Oold Avenue Hotel; $1.60 per week
WANTED Etlgerman ; long job and
good wages. J. M. IH-nnis Lumber
company, Rhoades, Ariz.
WANTED A girl or woman to do
housework in family of two. Call
nt Hawlcy's on the corner.
WANTED A young Englishman
would like a position on delivery
wagon; good hustler. Address, J.
C, this office.
WAN TED Gentlemen s Fecoud-haud
clothing. No. 615 South First street
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. H. J. Sweeney, proprietor
bath; furniKhed. 217 North Walter
FOR KENT Bright, sunny rooms for
housekeeping. 524 West Railroad
i I W. WADS WORTH, .R.
' The contest for the cpealo'rship of
I l he New York stale assembly prom
ises iu be one of the most bitter ever
, seen in i Iu? Empire state. The can
didate of i he opposition of the Oitcll
forces is .las. W. Wadswoi-th, Jr.,
years old. who a few years ago was
captain of the Valt) base ball club.
Mis wife is a daughter of Ihe lale
Secrelaiy Hay. Wadsworth is known
to the Oilell crowd us "the stripling
from Livingston farm." His father
i has served several terms in congress.
Young Wadswoitli hits the backing of
President Roosevelt nnd (loviinor
FOR RENT Newly furnished rooms;
bath and electric lights. Gentlemen
preferred. Garcia bklg., 604 West
FOR RENT Four aild five room
houses; also furnished house. W.
H. Mc.Million, real estate dealer, 211
West Gold avenue.
r'OR RENT Apartments in Paik
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modem equipment throughout. H
II. Ttlton, room 19. Grant block.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished cot
age Hats, two and three rooms, $10
and $1" per month. Mrs. Norris,
524 John street, east end of viaduct.
SEEL-, RENT OR TRADE List your
property with T. L. Mcspadden, 300
FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busl
nesa -for city property. T. L. Mc
Spadden, 300 South Broadway.
FOR SALE A handsome Hardman
piano, In fine condition and almost
new, at a -bargain. For particu
lars, call at this office.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Are you In
terested in mines? I have some
said to be good deals. Talk with
me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad
FOR SALE Saddle pony, bridle and
saddle; also second "hand harness
and saddle. W. H. McMllllon, real
estate dealer, 211 West Gold ave
FOR SALE A flrst-ciass, double-bar-
reled, 12-gatige shotgun; bran new
never has been used; one of th
best makes. Call at The Citizen of
flee for particulars.
TO EXCHANGE Good Improved city
property for vacant lots. T. L. Mc
Spadden, 300 South Broadway,
TO EXCHANGE I have some ranches
to trade for city property. T. L.
McSpadden, 300 South Broadway.
McSPADDEN The exchange man.
See him for business exchanges.
son South Rroadway.
t What's the use of a helper, If It
he isn't willing? Willingness is T
4' an ample mantle which will al- '
if most cover all the sins of serv-
if Ice. But a classified advertise-
IT ment in The Evening Citizen Is a
if willing helper that Is not only if
absolutely competent, but also is
a willing -worker. It works all
if the time for you. It Is the best f
and most economical publicity In
t the world. If
1 1 1 t 1 i I M t 1 I ( 1 i I
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
(Small Holding Claim No. 1G01.)
Money to Loan
On Furniture, Piaooa. Organs, Horses
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200.00. 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 see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world. '
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
TT7T t Tf m
moniezuma i tvst io.
ALBUQUERQUE, NST MEXICO
Capital and Surplus $100,000
Interest Allowed on Sayings Deposits
if f k
With Ample Means and Unsurpassed Facilities.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Rooms 15 and 18, Grant block, over
the Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Both 'phones. Appointments made by
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office
hours, 8;30 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30
p. m. to 5 p. m. Telepnone 402. Ap
pointments made by mail.
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW. Albunuerue
. M. Prompt attention given to all
business pertaining to the proiebsion
Will practice in all courts of the terri
tory and before the United State
land office. 1
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions,
lands, patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patentstrade marks, claims,
rTw. D. Bryan.
que, N. M. Office, First National
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office (.'rem
well block, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. Stingle.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Suite 16, N
T. Armljo building. Albuquerque
F. W. Spencer and V. O. Walling
ford, rooms 46-47, Barnett building
Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phonea
'C j V ft- E NG I N E E R
D. F. McCrolllng.
Civil engineering, survf
drafting, 209 Railroad aven
matlo 'phone 740.
I'll lm!k ftm.!aES9 al
Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation,' and Solicits New
Accounts Capital, $130,000.00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS:
SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier
W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wr.1. Mcintosh J. C. Baldride
Solomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cromwell
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA & SANTA FE RY.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Officers and Director.
JOSHX7A 3. RATNOLD ,.. Pridt
M. W. FLOURNOT rice PriKit
FRANK McKEE Cmahler
R. A. FROST ...Assistant Cashier
H. T. RAYNOLDiJ DUeotof
V. . DEPOSITORT. ' i ;5ip' ' -
Anthorlsed Capital ,,. $J0Q.00.M
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profits $250,0O.M
Depository for Atchison. Topeka ft Santa Fe Railway CdBupaay
CONTRACTOR AND BU ' r
A. L. Morgan.
THE INDEPENDENT CONTRAC
TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are
cheerfully furnished; Job work solic
ited. Automatic phone, 724; shop at
911 North Second street. Albuquer-
que, N. M.
A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon
Room 25, Whiting building, over
Vann's dru store. Automatic
3R. R. '-. MUST,
Office, 6-8, N. T. Armijo Bldg.
Tuberculosis treated with Hlgn
Frequency Electrical Current and Ger
micide. Treatments given ench day
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse
in attendance. Both 'phones
DR. i. D. NUSBAUM
Practice limited to diseases of Nose,
Throat and Lungs.
Rooms 14 and 15, Grant Blk. Office
Hours, 8 to 10 a. m., 3 to 5 p. m.
Telephones: Colo. 154; Auto. 272-
The State National Bank
CAPITAL ; ,
...... $100 ,0M.I
We have nad a very satisfactory frowth sines the satabUakmssa
of our bank. It you are not oas of our customers, w thornM UN
an opportunity to show you our superior facilities.
O. N. MARRON, Presides. D. A. McPHmSOK. Tloo frMUni.
J. B. KBRNDON, Cashier. ROT McDONALD, AaxiotaaVt OaalkHr.
J "OLD RELIABLE"
r H CONNOR. M. D.. D. O.
Osteopathic physician and surgeon
D.Umi Vom Xlnvlrn Ftoard of Osteo
nathy. All diseases successfully
treated. Office in Barnett building
Hours, 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. Both tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
L. O. RUTNEY
Flour, Grain and Provisions
Carries the Laraest ami Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries
In the Southwest.
FARM AND- FREIGHT WAGONS
ALBUQUERUE, N. M
A RAILROAD AVENUE
Department, of the Interior. United
Stales Laud Otlice, Santa Fe, N. M.
DeceiffTier 2(1. l'J05.
.Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named claimant has filed no
tice of his intention to make final
proof in support of nis claim under
sections li! and 17, of the act of Marnh
S. hsni, CJG Stats., 854), as amende
by the act of February 21, 1893, (27
Stats.. 470), and that said proof will
Ik mado before the United States
court commissioner at Albuquerque,
N. M., on the 29th dav of January,
190!, viz., Meliton S. Otero, for the
3. H. t Noi 1601. In section 19. town
xtiip 7 north, range 3 eat, and sec
tion 24, township 7 north, rang 2
He names the following witnesses
to prove his aetual continuous adverse
possession of said tract for twenty
years next preceding the survey of the
Jesus Saliuur y Otero, of Peralta,
N. M.; Plaiido Salnzar y Otero, of Al
buquerque, N. M. ; .lesus Sanchez y
.larid, of Valencia. N. M.; Deslderlo
Gurule, of peralta, N. M.
Any person who desires to protest
against the allowance of said proof,
ar who knows of any substantial rea
son under the laws and regulations of
the interior department why such
proor should not be allowed, will be
Iven an opiKirtunlty at the above
mentioned timo and place to cross
examine the witnesses of said claim
ant, ami to offer evidence in rebuttal
or that submitted bv claimant.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
The Season of Indigestion.
The season of indigestion is upon
us. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure for Indl
g'-stlon and Dyspepsia will do every
thing for the stomach that an over
load, -d or over-worked stomach can
not do for itself. Kodol digests what
you cat gives the stomach a rest
relieves sour stomach, belching, heart
burn, iiidigestlon, etc.
Albuquerque Business College Opens
Monday. September 4, 1905.
Courses Bookkeeping and Penman
ship, Shortlianil. Typewriting, Eng
lish, Spanish and Mechanical Draw
DAY AND EVENING SESSION.
For particulars, call or address
G. S. RAMSAY, Pres.
R. O. STOLL, Secy.
Library building, Fast Railroad ave
CORBET 4 COLLINS,
Civil and Mining Engineers. United
States Deputy Mineral Surveyors.
Eat .-iile -if Plaza, Santa Fe, N. M.
For ted need rates to and from all
point, go to Paulsen's Association
RIalroad ticket office. Railroad tickets
bought, sold and exchanged.
H. W. S. Otero,
Unit ei States Court Commissioner,
703 West Silver avenue. Will attend
to matters before the land office.
A Fearful Fate.
It is a fearful fat" to have to en
dure the terrible torture of piles. "I
can truthfully say," write Henry
t'oison. of Masonville, Iowa, "that for
Blind, Bleeding, Itching and Protrud
ing Piles, Bucklin's Arnica Salve Id
the best cure made. Also best for
cuts, burns and Injuries; :'T.e at all
Gas, Electric Light
& Power Go.
It's needed more now than at any
season of the year needed in every
household. Not in quantity, but
M'li'kly. Needed must early in the
morning and in ibe evening. A
is tin- niciili lo 'he Mid el getting
this heat- getiinu it instantly, snd
without naiss or double. The cost
it's a lew cents for many hours All
sizes if sns healers al! ood
At Consistent Pricts
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203 W. Railroad Ave.
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FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.