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ALBUQUEKQPD EVENTNG CITIZEN.
HAS QRQGRANDE HAS
PREPARING FUR AN
Revolutionist Society In New
York Has Killed
New York. July 26. Repeated ef
forts were made yesterday to Induce
the ejwtwln "f H. S. TavaahanJInn,
the millionaire rua; dealer, who was
ehot In I'nlon Siurr 1 on day after
noon, to name the men who are be
lieved to be at the head of the ae
cret society which ordefd the assas
sination. Although the prisoner Insisted that
he alorre wns responsible for the
crime, It is known that the police ex
pect to arrest a prominent Arme
nian. The arrest may be delayed
a few days, so that the police here
can co-operate with the authorities
Of Chicago, Boston and Providence
in trying to capture all the leaders
of the great society.
Ton Mut Ilc
In the effort to fVvthom the motive
for the murder of TavshanJIan the
district attorney's office learned that
the rug dealer wan only one of ten
wealthy Armenians In this city who
were to be killed unless they contrib
uted $10,000 each to a demand made
on them in the name of the "hunt
chak." TavshanJIan was the first to die be
cause he had used his Influence to
keep the other merchants threatened
Five wealthy Armenians have giv
en Information to the district attor
ney regarding the blackmailing let
ters sent out by the organization
which had' threatened TavshanJIan
with death unless he made liberal
Merchants and Police.
All of the leading Armenian mer
chants In the city held a meeting yes
terday and agreed to aid the police
in reaching the headquarters of the
blackmailing gang, but so great Is
the fear among the merchants thait
they begged that their names be
not mentioned In connection with the
Samples of the blackmailing let
ters have bepn turned over to the
authorities. These are marked by a
roughly drawn figure of a woman in
chains, with a dagger struck through
her wrists. The Armenians declare
that the leader of the blackmailers In
this country Is living In luxury in
Providence, but that his wealth Is
nothing compared with that of the
real leader of ithe blackmailing and
murder schemes, who l said to
travel about and have no settled res
idence in this country.
Start Made at Last In
Santa Fe Rebuilding Yards at
Mulvane and Other
AFTER KILLING TWO
New York, July 2t. Almost at
the moment that his second victim
breathed his last, Frank H. Warner
last night awoke to consciousness
and a realisation of his tragic acts
Warner, formerly a prosperous
hatter, ahot and killed Esther C.
Norling, who once had been his
bookkeeper, and after a wild flight
from the police fired a bullet Into the
back of his intimate friends, John
C. Wilson, a weahhy hatter.
Wilson died at St. Vincent hospital
last night and as the news of his
death reached Bellevue hospital,
where Warner la a prisoner, the lat
ter regained his senses. Warner was
knocked down and badly Injured by
the crowd that captured him and he
had since been In a comatose (it ate.
Police Commissioner Bingham to
day suspended three policemen who
failed to arrest Warner after he had
killed Miss Norling.
Orogrand-. X. M.. July 28. The
Jarllla Mining club though only In Its
Infancy and as yet not perfectly or
ganized, has started In .to boost the
district. The formation of the club
and Us purposes as expressed In the
constitution and bylaws has done
much to Impress the outside world
that they are a bunch of hustlers and
Intend to see that they uie properly
The Moivte Carlo company Is to
sink the deepest hole yet designed for
the north end of the district. The
shaft, which will be at least four
by eight feet in the rlmr, Is to go
down to a depth of BOO feet to de
velop the ore exposed In the openings
made on the surface. These open
ings show ore of great richness -snvs,
it is said, running $100 a ton.
Working In .Minos.
A short time ago K. D. Baker,
Frank Dawson and T. K. Hubey se
cured a bond and lease of the Sham
rock mine and put some men to work
cleaning out the main vertical shaft,
which was down to a depth or 25
feet. The shaft at this point is In
ore of good quality which comes
mostly in sulphide, with some car
bonate and assays 6 H ox copper and
$6 of gold.
The Bv-Chance. operated by the
Southwest Smelting & Ileflntng Co.,
is making good headway. The shaft
Is down to a depth of 90 teet at
which point some drirts nave Deen
driven about 60 feet In different di
rections out Into the ore which Is a
sulphide In character. The vein Is at
least 25 feet in wldtn, no loot wan
having yet been encountered, and
the ore assays from 6 percent to 10
percent copper and is gold per ton.
POURED OIL ON SELF
AND THEN IGNITED IT
Tucson, Ariz., July 26. From
Naco a telegram was received this
morning stating that a woman who
was thought to be Mrs. Homer Lu
Bola of Tucson, had committed sui
cide. The woman was going under
the name of Martina Kstaranoza, but
was believed in Naco to be named
Because she was despondent and
believed that she had lost the love
of the man whom Bhe regarded ten
derly the woman poured kerosene on
her clothing and, striking a match,
fgnlted the saturated cloth. The hor
rible pain Inflicted by the flames was
evidently too much for her to bear,
for she ran screaming from the
house, trying to get aid In putting
out the Humes.
Mulvane, Kan., July 26. In order
to handle the heavy traffic which Is
soon to be run over the Helen cut-off
the Atchison, Topeka and S.nr.a Fe
railroad is preparing to Hlter the
tracks and entire system of yards at
Material Is now arriving for the
Improvements, which will consist of
changing the course of the cutoff
track from Augusta to Mulvane,
which now comes into the town
yards, so it will strike the main line
at a point a half mile north of the
city . The deep reverse curve which
urevents heavy traffic over the line
will be leveled and the track will be
raised, it is the Intention of the
company to elevate the track from
this point to the Junction south of
the yards, where tne urancn wnicn
runs to Wellington and Woodward
Joins the main line.
Tins Is done, it is claimed, in or
der to level the entire track and to
avoid both the grades on the line
from Augusta and the line from Wel
lington, which Is a severe drawback
to freight traffic.
Mutt RhInc Kntlro fit).
It is said tnat the raising of the
yards In the town will necessitate the
business blocks of the city being
elevated, and much comment i be
ing made In Mulvane over the pros
pects of the change in the grade of
There Is no definite date given by
the officers of the Santa Fe as to
when the road will be in shape for
heavy traffic, but it is generally be
leved that the track all along the
line will admit of this travel by No
vember at the latest. The main line
travel will be greatly relieved when
this change Is made, as the heavy
freight from Kansas City will be di
verted at Florence to the Walnut
Valley line to Augusta, when It will
be carried through Mulvane to Wel
lington, and thence on west to the
main line again, when It will con
nect with the coast line at Belen N.
M.. thus avoiding the high moun
tains at Baton Pass and the Glorleta
mountains, which have been a . se
vere barrier to fast transit between
the east and the western coast.
JAILED AT TUCSON
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Syrup. Contains no opiates. it
drives the cold out of the system by
ftently moving the bowels. Contains
Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as
good as maple syrup. Children like
It. Sold by J. II. O'RIelly & Co.
, LOST HER HUSBAND
Tucson. Ariz., July 26. With twen
ty Bqueallng, chattering Chinese, each
one packing all of his earthly posses
sions on his back, United States Mar
shal Daniels ascended the court house
steps In Tucson, having Just left a
'ibus which met him and his prison
ers when they arrived from Nogales.
Old and young, all bending uudur
heavy bundles of clothing, the cap
tives trotted along at the heels of tha
marshal and were finally placed un
der lock and key In the county Jail.
The men who were taken to Tuc
son under guard were arrested in
Nogales and Naco by the Immigra
tion authorities for endeavoring ti
enter Arizona illegally. The authori
ties have been picking them up one
by one In the two cities and In the
nearby country, for the past week or
two, and holding them In custody un
til Marshal Daniels could appear on I sure, safe pills,
the scene and take them In charge. O'Blelly & Co.
Denver, Colo., July 26. Sole heir
ess to the fortune of her father, a
wealthy mining man of Phoenix, Ari
zona, 17-year-old Kthlyn Combs has
appealed to the police to help her
locate Art Combs, her husband of
Combs deserted her In Denver af
ter an extended honeymoon, during
which the couple took a long stage
trip through Colorado, coming In by
Lyons and down by way of Long's
peak. All this In spite of the fact
that she married a man who struck
her father over the head with a
beer bottle, in a dispute between the
two the elder man was knocked
down and forbid Combs to come to
his house. His daughter said she
would marry him anyway and did
so, In spite of her father's protest,
Art Combs, the groom. Is the son
of Hiram Combs of Boulder, accord
ing to his wife. Mrs. Combs thinks
that her husband has perhaps been
drugged In some den of vice in the
Woman's Body Exhumed For
Purpose of Holding
Aspen, Colo.. July 26. The body
of Mrs. May iew Taylor, the 20-year-old
wife of John L. Taylor, coal
miner and ex-prize fighter of Coal
Basin, who was either murdered or
committed suicide last Friday at
that camp, was exhumed in the cem
etery here last midnight by Coroner
Saunders, who held an inquest in the
An examination of the remains
was made by Mrs. Guthrie and Jud
klns. and the body was viewed by
the members of the coroner's Jury,
County Judge Ro!erts. who repre
sented the people and Judge Thomas
A. Bucker, who was present for Tay
lor, his client.
The Jury returned a verdict that
Mrs. Taylor came to her death by a
gunshot wound In the head and that
the name of the party who fired the
revolver Is unknown to the Jury.
n- onimittnl Verdict.
This Is a noncommittal verdict, but
the various members of me Jury, to
gether with I'ndertaker Demariat,
who prepared the body for burial,
believe Mrs. Taylor killed herself.
They say that discharging a revolver
with the muzzle in Mrs. Taylor's
mouth caused the laceration and
tearing of the lips at either side- and
that the kicking of the weapon up
ward tore out her two front upper
teeth. The fact that Mrs. Taylor
placed the muzzle of the gun In her
mouth also explains, the members of
the Jury hold, why no powder burns
were found on the tact.
Sheriff Begley. whose wife was a
hnlf sister of Mrs. Taylor, does not
take uch a charitable view of the
case as did the coroner's Jury. He
declares that Taylor and his wife aid
not get along together happily and
that she frequently received rough
treatment at his hands. Sheriff Beg-
lev holds that the absence of now
der burns, the lacerated condition of
Mrs. Taylor s lips and the dislodging
of her front teeth all indicate- the
person who fired the gun with which
the woman was killed stood some
distance from her Rt the time the
tragedy was enacted. Numerous
bruises and black and blue marks
were found on Mrs. Taylors body,
mute evidences. It Is said, of the
stormy domestic life the couple led
Xo IVnr of Mob.
Taylor has been released from Jail
on 1 1 00 bond, his sureties being A.
B. Johnson, Robert Johnson and
Jennie Adair. The sensational story
In collection with Taylor's arrest that
there was danger of his being lyncn
ed. Is pronounced a rank fake by the
authorities. Taylor is stopping with
his sister here and is walking about
town like any other person. He in
slsts his wife killed herself after a
family quarrel, and his Intimate
friends believe he is telling the truth
Taylor has brought his 2-year-old
son to Aspen and the child will be
cared for by his aunt.
OFFICER HURT WHILE
SAVING YOUNG LADY
Camp Mabry, Texas, July 26.
Lieutenant Charles K. Raines, of El
Paso, personal aid to Colonel Henry
Hutchings, First Texas infantry, is
In a critical condition in the division
hespltui as a result of Injuries re
celved In an accident at 10 o'clock
last night, by being thrown from hi
under world and robbed of his mon-jboise against a telephone pole while
ey. He had 1180 on his person when i attempting to catch a runaway
he put on his best suit of clothes
Tuesday morning, kissed her good
bye and started out to meet a friend.
He had been drinking then, she said.
The couple were to go to a theater
at night. Combs did not reappear
and yesterday morning Mrs. Combs
went to the police station to- get help.
DeWItfs Little Early Risers. Small,
Sold by J. H.
horse ridden by Miss Hazey Oatman
o' Leander. Texas, whom he was
accompanying. Miss Oatman was
In an effort to seize the bridle o
'he frightened horse ridden by the
young woman. Lieutenant Raines
horse forced him to collide with
telephone pole, tb; owing him forcibly
He was unconscious when picked
up and curled to the division hos-
SHORT TALKS BY
L. T. COOPER.
Ml. r. LSOHAHD.
I can avmpithize with sufferer from
this awful symptom of weak kidneys.
1 hat soreness and
pain in the imall ot
the back tells too
plainly of serious
trouble behind it.
It's not hot water
bottle or plaster
you need. That
won't cure diseased
kidneys. It may
relieve you for
time it 'a true but
why mask the real
cause and allow the
trouble to (row?
Don't do it. Weak
kidneva ean be
cured but Bright' disease, which always
follows neglect of them cannot. Go and
get a bottle of Cooper's New Discovery and
Cooper's Quick Relief and use them faith
fully. Your backache will disappear be
cause your kidney trouble i corrected
not for a day but for good. When your
kidneys are in "ship-shape" there will be
nothing more to cause it.
Here a a letter from a man who suffered
for years in thia way and took my advice:
1 have been in such bad health for
some year that I finally had to give up
work. 1 auUered trora kidney trouble.
My back was so lore and lame that K
could scarcely get up and down. My
stomach was also out of order and my
nervous system broken down. I have
been using the Cooper medicines for one
week and actually feci like a new man.
My food digesta perfectly. The soreness
and pain has entirely gone from my back
and my kidneys are in tine shape. The
medicine haa atrengthened me wonderfully
and I cheerfully give you this testimonial
for publication." Mr. P. Leonard, 49
School St., Allegheny, Pa.
We have beard a number of favorable
comments on the Cooper Dreoarationa
from people who- have purchased these
THE J, H, O'RIELLY CO.
Corner Second Street und Central
pltal and has not yet recovered con
sciousness. He has a larg cut on
his face and the surgeons say they
fear he has concussion of the brain.
At 11 o'clock this morning Raines
condition was regarded as critical.
Colonel Hutchlns and the hospital
surgeons are giving him every at
tention. Lieutenant Raines is a clerk In the
Sierra Madre general offices in El
Bring us your Job wont. Prices
the very lowest and the work will
stand inspection anywhere. Business
and calling cards a specialty.
Subscribe for Th Evening Cltisen.
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
They ovtrrom Weaknrtm, trtin.
larliv and oinUstoiiBlliu.-ra 101
and banlsti -puma nt mt-ntiua
thm." Tr.ey am I. lie Hu rr
U trlrlf r ft womanhooit. aitlintr dt
vtflopmenl of orfrtnii and bod. M
known rtmerfy ror women qnin.
thtm. cannot do harm life b
cj, romt pierutiir1. VI per hoi
sy inni i, i r t u' una
lifoTT CHEKIOA T Jo..cifii,0
BT ANN m HO
YOUR "SMART" LADY Al GAY NEWPORT PUTS PA BACK SI 9,000
ON HER CLOTHES ALONE IN SUMMER "SEASON" OF THREE MONTHS
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Four of New York's Celebrated Soeb'lv Women Who Are lu.ling Newport With C'lilUtf TliU Summer.
MIUS. llKXltY S. ltKUMOM). MILS. I'HILII' l. !!. MUS. t . AN ll,i;IUI.I', Jll. M Its. M I VVKS.VNT UMI.
Newport, K. I., July 24. Gay New - would live In Newport must rent a i Mnr.er gowns $3,0au Then there are the monkey din-
,lf.r u t tul -1 v i ihe .W!l.t of its sea- ' bouse a "cottage," it Is called, but ! Mall gow ns 4.0m) l s, tti:h vauileville performances by
" - In reallfv it Is u palace and the rent ; f.venlng and carriage wraps. . l.uuu . ..i;i'iv in.uorted troupes, In the-
sun, tne uriinani summer season wneu f,,r ti,at will cost him from ja.nu'i t i Anernoon. visiting anil lunch- , ,. . , . , .,..
.... u.. .. .v. f ! IK. una f.,r three little old hot' em toilettes 1.500 aters built on the law n for one night.
,ur ,... .i w.c i ,,,! Automobile costumes 1. :,...) i and the!,- Is a 10-a-plate banquet
me IilOJil oriliiani social uoum er ThHI, he who Is h.iImii hi mod. do- i XeaHnees SUO ! ,., .v., ,h:it f,.llowa
ana a oo.-;;v luncn aooui uajusoi.
the American continent u j ng the thing up brow n, swelling out i Morning gowns, shirtwaists and
time when it is the most costly city in
this country In which to live, and
when fabulous sums are burnt up in
a night ty pleajure-lovlng, amusement-seeking
A thousand dollars a night for
flowers and mualc, 00 for cotillon
favors these are mere bagatelles.
his chest uml looking important, U informal frocks l.o'J'l
first seeing to It that hU "dear" w ife I Lingerie l.Iiuo
Is properly togged out in all the "rich i Hats and veils ,
caparisons and trappings gay" which I'.idlng habits, boots, gloves... 4 DO ,
It takes to shine at New port: and it , Shoes ami alliqiers. $400; ho- !
takes a lot of shine in this blase siery. 2."o 6.". il
burg. Kails, laces, small Jewels l..rUU
In her ambition to la a smart New- ; uiove. ;50; handkerchiefs
port woman she is compelled to -t i $300
father back for the following article Cleaners bill
for the hereln-after-to-be-menilone J
In the first place, the peraoti whs j amounts, as IjIIow, vii., to-wll; j
Figure it up and see what such a
recherche blowout as this will cost.
It would tear a mighty hole in 115.
And then think of the vast ex
Peiue of maintaining a corps of S3
servants and of conducting a house
hold on such a scale!
rtnt ii.i tkla weather Is too hot ti
think especially of such diizyln
sums us these.
Standard Railway of Mexico
Traverses the Republic
From the north to the south
and with Its branch lines reach
es the most Important cities,
such as Chihuahua, Torreon,
Zacatecas, Aguascallentes, San
Louis, Potosi, Tamplco, Irapua
The City of Mexico
and many other places worth
The Richest Mining, Lumber
anil Cattle Producing lionets
Mario Accessible, by This
Can learn of much that Is
intensely Interesting and create
a desire to visit the
LAND OF THE
by obtaining a map folder of th
Mexican Central Railway, as In
It are to be found brief sketch
es of plaos and things In Mex
ico that, for grandeur, antiquity
and historical value, have no
equal In the world.
Folders, rates and all Infor
mation furnished on application
C. F. BERNA
EL PASO, TEXAS.
W. D. MOtnOCK,
Passengar Traffic Manager.
j. c. Mcdonald,
Genl. Pass. Agent.
CITY OF MEXICO, MEXICO.
Thos. F. Keleher
DEVOES READY PAINT
One Gallon Covers 600 Square Feet
PALMETTO ROOF TAINT
Stops Leaks, Lasts Five Tears.
406 Watt Railroad Avaaaa
rOTI A OKA 01
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hki
Grain and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor
and Cigars. Place your orders to
this line with us.
SlS-m-17 NORTH TH D BT
AU Kinds ot Freeh and Salt Ms
Steam Eausage Factory.
Masonlo Building, North TLlrt lua.
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
Ccpiioi and surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
With Ample Means and rnrarpasned Facilities).
Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation, and Bollclts
New Accounts- -Capital, (110,000.00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Solomon Luna, President; W. 8. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. 3.
Johnson, Asst. Cashier: Wm. Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge, Solo
mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell, Geo. Arnct, O. S.Cromwell.
DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RT.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, NCW MEXICO
orricmtf and DirrmcroRB
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS PresldsatJ
M. W. FLOURNOT VIc President
FRANK UcK&H Cashier
R. A. FROST AalUnt CaabJer
H. F. RAYNOLDf Director
u. m. BKPotrtmy
Autborlxed Capital 500.6Mf
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and ProflU S25O,O00.M
Depository for Atcblsoo, Topeka & Ssots Ps gsllwsy Company
IT WEANS HIM
The running of a bank account has a
tendency to wean a man from habits of
extravagance and dissipation. It gives
him new ambition and a desire to save
money. a :: :: :: ::
We are always glad to assist those
who desire to "turn over a new leaf."
STATE NATIONAL BANK
2nd mad Caid
2nd and Cold
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Whose Fault Is It?
The plan of your new house may
be correct, but unless you have good
building material you're going to be
disappointed "Thafs What!" "It's
up to you" to Insist that every stick
of lumber that goes into your house
comes from this house then you"ll
get the right thing at the right price
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
Corner Third and Marquette
OLD RELIABLE. ESTABLISHED 1171. 1
La, B. PUTNEY
THE WHOLESALE C ROCER
2 FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
X Carrtea th. largaat and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries la t
0 In the Southwest
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
RAILROAD AVENTJ1L A T nrmTTtrnnT'i- .