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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
GEORGIA HERO S RELATIVES
HAVE NOT BEEN LOCATED
George Miller, Who Remained at Post
to Save Comrades, Will be
"Wlion lio shoved tlio cliurge rlcur into the gun Imrn-I out of harm's
way, lio himself hKmmI in I ho midst or a Huirliiig mass of tin-. JJfo had
lieu wlion foil to tlio floor of the turret."
Boston, Mass., July 2ff. Diligent
"rarcn nas railed to disclose the
Blight trace of friends or relatives
of George Miller, the 18-year-o'd hero
of the battleship Georgia.
The unclaimed lody of the Ameri
can Rtaman ha:i l-eii Ini.l tt rest 1:1
the little cemetery attached to the
naval hospital at Chelsea.
A wreath of wild roses Is his only
What shall be the lasting monu
ment of this real American hero?
Will It be of granite or will it be th
memory and example of his exalted
And who among us shall write his
epitaph, we who know that he gave
his life to save a half hundred com
rades who escaped; we who knov
that instead of loking to himself he
pushed a powder charge into the
breech of an eight-Inch gun and thus
placed It out of harm's way. Had It
become Ignited there would have been
a terrific explosion, the powder being
confined, and every man in the turret
would have been a corpse in a sec
ond. A Hero's Dentil.
Comrades are telling the story over
and over with wet eyes that when
Miller performed this feat the turret
was swept by a perfect hell of fire
and gases from the bag of powder
accidentally ignited. Men were strug
gling to climb a ladder that promised
safety, and others were dropping to
the floor to escape the blasts of fire
and suffocating fumes. True to the
highest ideals of courage Miller held
to his post. His was the self-sacrifice
of the "man behind the gun."
When he had shoved the charge
clear Into the gun barrel out of
harm's way, he himself stood in the
mklst of a swirling mass of fire. Life
The Biggest Hind of a Change
that Ever Happened to Any Magazine
Has Happened This Month to
Pff SCRAP BOOH for July Is issued In fwo ctfoas-nr complete magarmee, each
with its own cover and Its own table of content. One of theme sections Is an ALL
ILLUS TRA TED magazine ; the other I an ALL-FICTION magazine, tach is a mammoth maga
zine In Itaelf. The one preeentm an overwhelming array of human Interval articles and
Illustrations t the other an enormous tonnage of fiction f 60 pages of absorbing stories.
Ten years sgo I created a ntw tvpe of magazine the ALL-FICTION magazine. Now I am creating another
distinct tvpj the ALL-ll.LUS TRATED magazine. Thia it the age of specialization. The conventional magazine,
with its siniit.ri.ic of illustrations and its smattering of fictioo and its smattering of special articles, doesn't contain
cr.oui;!i of anyone thing to make it satisfying. The ALL-FICTION magazine and the ALL-ILLUS'l RATLD
magazine, jolncs together at a unit, strengthen each other, and makt something really Lig and forceful and convincing.
The Only Way to Know a Thing is to Try It
The two-section magazine idea is brand-new to the world. It is not quite new with me, however, as I have
Civin it, it c-dd timei, four or five years of thought It first came into my mind in response to a desire to couple, in
some way, the strength of the all-fiction magazine with the illustrated features of the conventional marine. It has
been a d.Kicul: problem to work out. Now that the idea is perfL-cted, I wish to see what there is in it It looks to
m to be very good, but the only way to know a thiDg is to try it
Two Magazines for a Quarter Easy Money
The price of this two-part magazine i.i twenty-Sve cents, which la equal to twelve
and one-half cents a magazine. Moat magazine which were selling at ten cent
have been advanced to fifteen cents. THE SCRAP liOOK in two parts means two
magazines for tweaty-Sve cents against thirty cents for two Sheen cent magazines.
Now Ready on all News-stands
FRANK A. MUNSEY, New York
had fled when his body fell to the
floor of the turret.
Capt. McCrea, of the Georgia, hag
paid tribute to the heroism of Mil
ler. His formal statement says that
but for the act of this youth not a
man in he turret would have been
left alive, whatever other damage
might have been done.
That man," he says, "gave his life
for others." The captain adds:
"If the president wants heroism let
him look up this brave man who
stood by his gun to save the rest."
Miller was 18 years old, and en
listed in Hrooklyn last February with
the Ftatemtoit that he had no record
and no kin. Now his shipmates say
he confided to them that his name
was Benjamin Krelger, and that his
parents lived in Hrooklyn. But they
have not been found.
Tako a Postmaster's Word for It.
Mr. M. F. Hi a. '..an, postmaster at
Cherryvale, Ind., keeps also a stock
of general merchandise and patent
medicines. He says: "Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
edy Is standard here In its .Inc. It
never falls to give satisfaction and
we could hardly afford to be with
out It." For sale by all druggists.
Try a Leggett & Piatt, patented
steel spring, and you will want no
other: every one guaranteed 10 years;
no sag, always comfortable. We will
give you one on 30 days approval,
what more can you ask, and will
take your old spring In part payment,
telephone 376. Sold only by the Fu
trelle Furniture Co., west end via
duct. Subscribe for Tlio Citizen and get
Nation Guard Encampment Is
Scene of Excellent
Las Vegas, N. M . July 16. (Spec
ial.) The .best shooting of the en
campment took place this morning
at the national gu.ird rl tie range, tne
best shots In the various companies
of the New Mexico regiment com
peting. 1U drills today were also of much
Improved order, though that feature
all through the week has been ex
cellent. The companies will break
camp tomorrow and return to thsir
homes, though the hours of depar
ture have not yet been announced by
Adjutant General Tarkington,
One of the exciting contents of the
week was held yesterday aftorn.'in
when thirty of the best shots In tho
militia entered competition to deter
mine the contestants to be sent to
the national contest in Ohio in the
The following were the contestants:
Vlerra, Andrews, McHughes MoC'rlm
mons, Uutterman, Lengensalter. all
of Company F, santa Fe; Ames, Com
pany A, Las Cruces; McCullough,
Company F, Santa Fe; Jenkins,
Troop A, Las Vegas; General Tark
ington, headquarters, Santa Fe; Col.
AiUbott, Santa Fe; Wade, Company A,
Las Cruces; Reed, Company F. San
ta Fe; Nelson, Koswell; Hyatt, Com
pany A, Las Cruces; Sharp, Troop A,
Las Vegas; Ball, Company D, Silver
City; Dessauer. Company A, Las Cru
ces; O. Lohman Company A, Las Cru
ces; Baker, Company A, Las Cruces;
Lieut. Smith, Koswell; Sergt. Luner,
Company D, Silver City: Lane, Com
pany , Albuquerque; Major Rankin,
Ids Vegas; Llewellyn, Company A,
Las Cruces; Lieut. Lohman, Koswell;
Major Ruppe, Albuquerque; Lieut.
Bussum, signal corps, Koswell;
Brooks, signal corps. Koswell.
The governor's cup was won by
the Santa Fe team, with Las Vegas
and Las Cruces lighting for second
Sergeant Jenkins of Troop A, made
the high score in yesterday's con
test at 200 yards, having made 45
out of a possible 60.
Dress parade at 7 o'clock each
evening has been well attended by
visitors, and the camp life of the
militia has been carefully observed
by hundreds of civilians during the
Nearly all of the officers attended
the ball given in their honor at the
Commercial club Thursday evening
by Adjutant General Tarkington and
the affair was greatly enjoyed.
tion Both Ways
The Tyler Commercial College of
Tyler, Texas, pays the student's
railroad fare both ways. If upon ar
riving nnd Investigating Its work, he
does not find w to be as advertised
In catalog. Or, if the student will
hand to them a written statement.
showing wherein they have failed to
comply with the statements made In
their advertising matter, they will
gladly refund every cent of tuition
Write for catalog.
A large line of nrass, bronzed and
Iron beds, small refrigerators, car
pets, linoleum, window shades, cur
tain poles, stair pads, mattresses.
stoves and ranges, baby iron beds.
Futrelle Furniture Co.
Fourten applicants toop the rang
er examinations at Santa Fe on Tues
day and Wednesday. Most of the
men are guards on the Taos, Feces
and Jemez reserves.
Tobe Lncv, a notorious character
of Solomonvllle. Aril., was arrested
by Deputy Sheriff Leu Scott near
that ti luce Wednesday ior horse
stealing. Lacy resisted but the dep
uty was game.
The construction of the new Meth
odist church at Raton was started
Thursday and Is being pushed as
rapidly as possible. Tne rrame work
Is already in place and the work of
siding will be started Monday.
Over twenty-six years after losing
the sight of his right eye In a pre
mature explosion In the Cincinnati
mine. Mineral Park district. Mohave
county, Arizona, Frank Mario w had
the optic removed a few days ago at
The Arizona Copper Queen Mining
company, capital stock $5,000,000
has filed articles of incorporation
with a view of beginning extensive
minings operations at Mayer, In
Yavapai county. It is said that the
company has good prospects.
Notification has Just been received
from Washington that 219,840 acres
of land have been added on the
southwest to the Santa Cotallna na
tional forest of Arizona. This section
which is the Rlncon mountain re
gion, was officially annexrd on July
The city authorities at Koswell. N.
M., are finding It difficult to secure
men to do the work needed to rid
the streets of "sweet clover and
weeds, which In many places In the
residence portions of the town line
the streets next to the sidewalks In
dense masses. Men who understand
handling a scythe are hard to find.
IN GRAVEL PIT
Sioux Falls, S. D.. July 26. Skele
tons are being found In a gravel pit
from which the Chicago, Milwaukee
and St. INiul Railroad company 1s
obtaining ballast for Its extension
through western South Dakota from
the Missouri River to the Illairk
Hills. The gravel pit Is situated on
the eastern end of the extension, near
the town of Oucoma, and but a short
distance from the Missouri river. In
the neighborhood of fifty humnn
skeletons have thus far been un
earthed. Most of them were found at a
depth of from four to eight feet be
neath the surfact of the ground, ami
all were buried in either a standing
or Hitting posture. The majority of
the skeletons are those of people of
a small stature, much below the or
dinary or average height of the pres
ent North American Indians.
line skeleton, however, Is that of
a man who In life must have been
fully seven feet In height. In close
proximity to the skeleton of this
giant were found,lmplements of cop
per and bone, these being found In
each of the graves near that of the
giant, while in another grave was
discovered a copper Idol about eight
Inches In length.
Tlio Charming Woman
Is not necessarily one of perfect form
and features. Many a plain woman
who could never serve as an artist's
model possesses those rare qualities
that all the world admires: neatness,
clear eyes, clean smooth skin and
that sprlghtllness of step and action
that accompany good health. A phy
sically weak woman Is never attract
ive, not even to herself. Electric
Bitters restore weak women, give
strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth,
velvety skin, beautiful complexion.
Guaranteed at all druggists, 50c.
fiE WIRES MESSAGE
West Point. N. Y.. July 26. Des
perately wounded tlvugh he was by
the bullet of an undetected assonant
Night operator A. H. Short, with
heroic composure, turned to his in
strument in the West Shore railroad
station here at 1 a. m. today and
telegraphed word of what had occur
red to the operator ut Highland Fall:
The latter summoned Dr. Hlanchard
and also notified the railroad detec
tives at Wee haw ken.
It was Short's first night at the
West Point station. Six months ago
an operator was murderously an
nulled on duty and since then tha
ornce has been considered noouoo'
Short was lying on the table on
which were the telegraph tnstru
ments when a shot was fired through
the window opening on the railroad
track. The bullet entered his head
in front of the right ear and passed
down Into the neck.
When the doctor reached the sta-
ton he had to force the winnow.
Crawling in he found the wounded
operator on the floor. He now lies
In the West Point hospital In a pre
carious condition. His wife lives at
HriilKeport. Conn. There is no clue
to the Identity of the one who did
Deafnas Cannot Be Cured
by local applications, as they cannot
reacn tne enseaaea portion or tne ear.
There Is only one way to cure deafness,
and that Is bv constitutional remedies.
Deafness Is caused by an Inflamed condi
tio! or tne mucous lining or tne eus
tachlan Tube. When this tube Is tritium
ed you have a rumbling sound or tmoer
feet hearing, and when It Is entirely
closed. Deafness Is the result, and un
less the Inflammation can be taken out
and this tube restored to Its normal con
dition, hearing will be destroyed forever;
nine cases out ot ten are caused by
imarrn. wnicn la noining Dut an innam
ed condition of the mucous surfaces.
We will give une Hundred Dollars for
any case or Deafness (caused by catarrh)
that cannot be cured by hall s Catarrh
Cure. Bend for circulars free.
K. J. CHENEY & CO., Props,
Hold by all Druggists. 75c.
Take Halls family Pills for constipa
tion. Our Itorfill DltT woric don's have
to be wam.ed o.er. Imperial Laun
Us Kennedys taxauve Cough
Syrup. Contains no opiates. It drives
the cold out of the system by gently
moving the bowels. Contalne Honey
and Tar snd tastes nearly as good as
maple syrup. Children like It. Hold
by J. H. O' Rlelly Co.
UELP WANTED iFlhax is your i
crying need, a want ad In The
Evening Citizen's want column will
assure you of plenty of employes.
WANTED Gunny sacks, all kinds.
R. W. Fee. 602 South First street.
WANTED A man to take care of.
and drive, team. Apply Superior
.WANTED Car carpenters, car re
pairers, laborers, needed at Albu
querque shops. Confer with Master
Mechanic for details.
WANTED First class cook at Allen
hotel. Must furnish reference. 150
per month. J. M. Allen, Magda
lena. N. M.
WANTED People who want some
thing, to advertise In The Citizen's
want column. A few lines cost but
a few cents but bring returns an
WANTED Ladles who wish stylish
dressmaking. Also apprentice. Call
on Miss C. P. Crane, 612 North
Second street. Millinery at half
vTa NTED At once, woman to 3o
housework; small family, good
w-ages. Inquire Mrs. F. E. Sturges,
4 23 North Second street.
WANTED An experienced book
keeper. Address In own writing,
stating experience. etc. 8. J.
Urack. manager Rio Grande Lum
ber company, city.
MEN WANTED Somewhere every
day. If you are looking for a Job
put a want ad In The Evening Cltl
sen's want column and It will do
FOR RENT Room with board at
618 East Central avenue
FUU RENT Pleasant, well furnlsh-
ed front rooms, near business cen
ter: rates reasonable. Corner
Sixth nnd Railroad. Apply at rear,
Foil KENT Two nice large pleasant
furnished rooms, for light house
keeping or sleeping rooms. En
quire 517 South Hroaaway,
FOR RENT A few nicely furtilshed
rooms, with use of bath, very rea
sonable: no Invalids. Hotel craige
Silver avenue, between First and
FOR RENT Several small cottages.
all nicely furnished for housekeep
ing. J. B. Block, Jemes Hot
Springs, N. M.
EMPLOYMENT If you need work
The Citizen's want column will rur
nlsh you a quick and ready means
of securing it at a minimum ex
penditure. Put a want ad In The
Citizen today and be at wotK loraor
; on sAiiH.
FOR SALE Furniture of
419 West Fruit ave-
A SNAP The best oaylng hotel bust
nesa In New Mexico for $1,800 cash
See M. L. Schutt, 218 South Second
FOR SALE Fine young Jersey bull,
lnqutre mornings, at 611 North
First street. Oeo. A. Blake.
FOR SALE Half Interest In estab
llshed poultry business. Bred-to
Lav Poultry Yards. J. T. Harger,
prop., 12th street and Mountain
Foil SALE Entire stock of chick
ens, two bone cutters, horse power;
two alfalfa cutters, etc. Also
household furniture. Corner Will
iam street and Southern avenue,
Molltor's Poultry Ranclv
of The Evening Citizen, just what
you have been looking for. An
advertising source sure to bring re
turns for small expenditure. Try a
want ad and be convlnceu.
fulfil Tlirte of vne Family wllli One
1 lot tic of Chamberlain's Colic,
( Indent and D.ai'rlioca Remedy.
"I purchased a bottle of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and found It to be all
claimed for It In the adertlsements,
Three of the family have used It with
good results In summer complaint.
H. E. Howe, publisher of the Press,
Highland, Wis. For sale by all drug
It you want anything on earth, you
can get It through the want columns
of The Evening Citizen. We get re
The best remedy tor bachache,
weak kidneys, Inflamatlon of the
bladder is DeWltt's Kidney and Blad
der Pills. Their action Is prompt
and sure. A week's treatment for
25e. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly & Co.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Four room adobe lion ho
and about an acre of
fine garden land, W.
Central avenue $ 800
Tlirco room Iioum, four
lots, Nortli Fourth
Threw room liousc and
an acre of bind, three
mill's north of tow n . . 400
Three room house, fur
nNliexl complcko, two
good horse, (.print;
uagon and one acre
of land 500
Six room house, Went
New York atenue... 2,500
Six room house. West
Marquette avenue ... 1,800
Six room brick house,
bath, cellar, Fourth
Apurtmeiils In lloi Hals,
luii lo -l rooms, mod
em coiiveiiiriKvs, 810 to 20.00
lour room brick Imiiisv,
liiilh. cellar, Fourth ward 23.00
Seten room brick lutuse,
modern, furnished or un
I iiriiislied, close ill.
Three rooms for lighthouse-
ketjiiug. ilosi hi 15.00
Fie room house. South
second street IS.OO
Five room f runic, First
215 Wst 6o!d Ave.
PERSONAL 'PROPERTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs
Horses, Wagons and other Chattels
also on SALARIES AND WARS
HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low a 111
and as high as 1 100. Loans ar
quickly made and strictly private
Time: One month to on year given
Goods remain In your possession
Our rates are reasonable. Call ana
see us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from a
parts of the world.
Rooms t and 4, Grant Bldg.
808 H West Railroad Aye.
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. II F.Bt.
N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions
land patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims
It. W. D. Dryau.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Alhtmuer.
que, N. M. Office, First National
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. rwn
Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. 11
DR. J. K. KRAFT,
Rooms 1 and Him.il KoitAi...
over O'RIelly's drug store. Phonti
tNQ. 7e. Appointments made by mat
DIL C. A. F.LLKR,
N. T. Armljo Building. Phone 89.
Edmund J. Aurer. It. D. R.
No. 106 Railroad avenue. OfTle.
hours, I a. m to 11:10 p. m.; 1:1
p. m. to I p. m. Both phones. Ap
polntments made by mall.
W. M. KHRHlrtAIV Xf n
iromeopaUilo Physician and Surgeoa
Occidental Life Building. Tele
phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M.
Da R. Lu MUSI.
Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg.
Tuberculosis treated with Hlgk
Frequency Electrical Current and
Oermlclde. Treatments given each
day from I a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained
nurse in attendance. Both phones
nits. nnnVKOV jc imnvcnv
llomeopalhla Physicians and Bur-
p-""", "t ann s lrug store
Phono, Ofllce nnd Residency, 628
DK. V. A. FRANK.
Physician nnd Surgeon.
Rooms 4 and R. Rirn.il hMv rit.
flee hours 8 to 12 and 2 to 6, 7 to 8
F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. 14
Thou. K. D. Maddlaon.
Office with W. B. Chllders, 11
West Quid avenue.
NOTICE FOK PUBLICATION.
Department of the Interior, land of
fice at Santa Fe, N. M., June 24,
Notice Is hereby given that Lucas
Oal legos, of Kan Rafael, N. M., has
filed notice of his intention to make
final five-year proof In support of
his claim, viz: Homestead entry No.
6998 made April 22, 1902, for the
Wli SE4. and SVi SWK. section S4,
township 6 N., range 7 W., and that
said proof will be made before 811
vestre Mlrabal, U. 8. court commis
sioner, at tinn Rafael, N. M., on Aug
ust C, 1907.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence up
on, and cultivation of, the land, vis:
Manuel Lucero, Trinidad Sabedra,
Manuel Montoya, Vlctorlno Trujtllo,
all ot San Rafael, N. M.
MAN (JUL n. OTERO.
When there Is the slightest Indica
tion of Indigestion, heart burn, flat
ulence or any form of stomach trou
ble take a little Kodol occalonally
and you will get prompt relief. Bold
by J. H. O' Rlelly & Co.
FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE
CANDIES. AT WALTON'S DRUG
For constipation there Is nothing
quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom
ach and Liver Tablets. They always
produce a pleasant movement of the
bowels without any disagreeable ef.
ffct. Price, 25 cents. Samples free
For sale by all druggists.
The flexible sole Red Crosi
Shoe is comfortable from
The burninsr and a chine
caused by stiff soles and the
pvils of thin soles are pre
vented by the Red Cross. It
snables a woman to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
If. St, KtJ Om
Ptunt Ctk BlmUrt
Let us fit you, ,
121 Railroad Arena
And Principal Eastern Points
On Sale Dally .t
June Is! to Sept. 30tfi '
Low rates, long limit, tickets ac
cepted on Limited and all other
trains. Call at ticket office and we
will plan your trip back east. We
are all going. Why not youT
T. E. PURDY, Agent
A. T. & S. F. RY.
O. A. 8LEYSTER
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATB
Rooms 11 and 14 Cromwell Bluet,
Albuquerque. Telephone No. II.
Kodol will nourish and strengthen
your digestive organs and furnish the
natural digestive juices for your
stomach. It will make you well. Ko
dol digests what you eat. Sold by
J. H. O'RIelly & Co.
Are you looking tor sometningT Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Cltlxen are for your especial
benefit. It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
A Wonderful I la ripening.
The best remedy ror Tackache.
weak kidneys. Inflamatlon of the
bladder Is DeWltt's Kidney and Blad
der Pills. Their action Is prompt
and sure. A week's treatment for
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