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ALBUQUERQUE EVE2TTN0 CITIZECT.
MONDAY. ACOrsT SS. 107.
HARD GOAL BARONS ARE PREPARING TO BEGIN
SQUEEZE ON COMMON PEOPLE FOR $6,000,000
a L. Brooks, Pres. J. M. Moore, V. P. and Mgr. M. R. Summers, Secy.
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.
219 West Gold
Autopsy Shows Neck Broken
By Blow From Blunt
I:i Paso, Tex., Auk.. 27. That Orp
jrni'Kln Garcia, machinist at the El
Paso & Southwestern, how body
was found In a deep pit at the round
house yesterday, was murdered, Is
the opinion of the authorities since
an autopsy shows that the neck was
broken by a blow from a blunt In
strument below the left car.
Another fact which Is considered
In the murder theory Is that the
lung contained no water, although
the body had been In two feet of
oil and water at the bottom of the
pit for many hours.
Garcia was last oeen between 7 and
S o'clock Friday night, and the body
was found In the pit Saturday about
noon. Coroner C. W. Marshall was
notified and conducted an Inquest
during the afternoon, taking the
testimony of several witnesses.
W. A. Stnpp, day foreman, said
Garcia had been working on an en
gine setting the eccentrics, and that
the set screws were too large, and
the machinist wanted them cut down.
He said that Garcia said he would go
home to his supper and return and
finish the work on the engine.
The foreman told Garcia to finish
the work before going to supper, as
the engine was ordered out at 7:30
o'clock that night. The foreman
then went to supper, and upon his
return found Garcia still at work.
The machinist said he would work
through until 9:20 and would then
go home. He wag directed to put In
a knuckle pin In another engine.
Upon Investigation the machinist
found that the engine would have to
be spotted again In order to get the
pin in the proper position. He left
his helner. Lee Hernandez, near the
engine, telling him to watch his tools
while he went to tell the foreman
that the onsne would have to be
snotted. It is learned that, he saw
the foreman, as intended,
Iast sm'ii at 7:30
According to Hernandez It was
about 7:30 when Garcia went In
search of the foreman, and that was
the last time he was seen by men
w orking in the roundhouse until the
.body was found.
When Garcia did not return Hern
andez went to fhe foreman and told
liim, and t!'2 conclusion of the fore
man was that the machinist had
gone home, and another machinist
was directed to finish the work.
One of the roundhouse men told
the foreman Saturday morning that
lie had found Garcla's clothes in the
locker, and the foreman then sent
to Garcla's rooming house to see If
he had returned there Friday night.
When It was found that Garcia had
not arrived at the boarding house,
Investigation was made, anl the body
found In the deep clean out pit about
noon yesterday. At the point where
the body was found it was between
10 and 11 feet deep.
tiiL-th liHow Fur.
A small gash 3-4 of an Inch In
length was found below the left ear,
and blood was ozzlng from the ears
and nostrils. When the coroner ar
rived he Inquired if there could have
been any motive for a crime, and
learned that Garcia had Imd trouble
with Jose Jimlnez, a flue blower.
Jiminez was sought and said that
all the trouble he and Garcia had
was when he had words with Garcia
because the latter laughed at him
for something he was trying to do
about his work. This occurred on
August 20, but he said they had been
good friends since.
No testimony has been secured
showing that strangers were about
the roundhouse Friday night at the
time Garcia was working around, the
Coroner Marshall has not returned
his verdict as to the cause of death,
but the opinion of the officials Is that
Garcia was murdered, and that the
body was then thrown Into the deep
THEIR OWN CHURCH
Couldn't Stuiul CoIiIih-wk of White
.Man's IteligiiMia f'cvor and arc
Now lioiug It Alone.
Laguna, N. M., August 26. (Sxx
iul.) The Indian tribes of Laguna
and Actinia pueblos will have short
crops and poor grass this year on ac
count of a pestilence of grasshoppers.
The Indians always have a rather
praoarious living from their corn and
melons and alfalfa, but this year
even that poor supply will be cut
short by millions of grasshoppers
which infest the fields. When one
walks through the fields the Insects
swarm around like flies. The Indians
tlo not remember when the devesta-
tion of their fields has been so great
as their year.
The advance of the Indian In the
ways of civilized people is strikingly
illustrated by a recent phase of the
missionary work In this pueblo.
Mauv of the Indians have become
dtssatlslied with what they consider
a coldness and laziness among the
members of the mission church here
and have organized a distinctly In
dian church. The leaders claim
they do not want to be undi-r
any ecclesiastical government. but
will rely wholly for guidance on the
leading of the great spirit. The new
Kect while having no relationship
with any already. organized body
closely r.--nille the comeouters of
the protesiant communions. And thus
docs the Indian progress, from the
heathen of yesterday to the protec
tant of today w h cannot abide the
ooldne-s and Inconsistency of the
communion that gave him Christian
birth. And the religious fanaticism
of the relitrious bigot is seen here
among this people as pronouncedly
as unions their civilized brothers.
Rev. John Mordy and Kenneth Gun
nn Indian trailer, of tills pi.i.-e have
entered into a partnership for rais
ing sheep. Mr. Gun will manage the
extensive fl x ks of the company, run
ning the sheep on the line ranges
south of town.
Kcv. Van t g l.-n V'.gt. le-ret.iry of
the board of mi'sions of the 1'iesliy
terian !iiir-h visited Itev. t'l.uile 11.
Urodh-id at this p. are yesterday
Mr. Vogt is inspecting the mi.'.c'
w "er tile two tcritories and
preached here t the I: diuns throim!:
til-Six) V ,rrr Wm si
Ilvlne IUglit riacr
Philadelphia, Pa,, Aug., 26. An
other coal squeeze Is coming.
The coal barons of Pennsylvania,
headed by "Divine Right" Buer,
will, on Sept. 1, compel the public
to pay 25 cents a ton more for the
product of their mines.
The size of the ton Is the same,
the quality the same, wages and ex
penses the nme, but the price is
Defying the power of the govern
ment to convict it of bing a com
bination in restraint of trade, In the
face of pending suits in the federal
courts, the trust has coolly shoved
up the price of coal a good notch,
enough to net to itself a neat extra
profit of over J6, 000, 000 In one year!
SILVER CIIY FIREMEN
COMING 10 FAIR
Silver City. N. M., August 26.
(Speoijtl.) The Silver City fire boys
are getting a team together to send
to the territorial fair at Albuquerque
In October. The boys expect to be
In shape to make a hard try for tho
The funeral of C. P. Crawford,
who was accidentally killed by falling
down a mining shaft at Santa Rita,
took place In this city Sunday after
Enough to stretch one-third the way around the world. This
represents the quantity of blue ribbon used by the Pabst
Iff MM ID)
i s wmmA
TllltKK Htil'llFS IN TI1K IIAHD COAIi TIIVSTS
There will be other Jumps during
the winter, unless some Lwndls hits
this monster corporation.
Though the miners were awarded
a 10 per cent increase by the Roose
velt arbitration board, they are
about as poor today as they ever
have been. They have had steady
employment, but the necessities of
life are vastly increased.
By the terms of their agreement
the miners must remain peaceable
until next April.
Supply On Hand
During the summer months the
trust has been laying up large
stores of coal. With this reserve on
hand there is now talk of a shut
down of many oollieres this fall.
This would give a reason for the
price of coal at the arbltary swol
noon and was one of the largest fu
nerals for many years as the deceas
ed was one of the oldest residents as
well as one of the best men of south
ern New Mexico.
The Silver City base ball team, it
Is understood, is making arrange
ments to go to Albuquerque for some
of the big prizes hung up there dur
ing the fair In October.
At this season we should eat spar
lng and properly. We should also
help the stomach as much aa pos
sible by the use of a little Kodol oc
casionally. Kodol for Indigestion and
Dyspepsia will rest the stomach by
actually digestion of the food Itself.
Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly Co.
Brewing Company of Milwaukee during the past
year. About six inches of this blue .ribbon is
stamped in gold with the words "Guaranteed
and wrapped around
The Beer of Quality
Some idea of the popularity of this famous
brew may be gathered from the size of this
order for blue ribbon labels.
The blue ribbon is the mark of excellence
and is used only on Pabst Blue Ribbon, "it
is the maker's pledge of quality and your
guaranty of purity.
When you order Deer, insist upon
having Pabst Blue Ribbon. You
can recognize the bottle by the blue
ribbon fastened to its neck, as
shown in the illustration.
Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And Bottled only at the Brewery.
Ernct Meyers & Co.,
116 118 W. Silver Ave., Albuquerque.
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A Ilanl CoI Miner
Following the action of the Phila
delphia Coal Exchange, which
raised the retail prices of anthra
cite, officers of the railroad coal
companies of Pennsylvania are said
to have decided on the Increase at
the mines. Half the product of the
mines Is steam coal. This amounts to
25,000,000 tons a year.
Coincident with the increase In
the price of the coal at the mines a
large advance has been made by
coal carrying roads in their freight
rates. The railroads and mine in
terests are Identical. ,
In spite of all these Increases It is
said that the New England states
are so short of anthracite that they
will gladly pay any price the trust
KiKlorsnl by the County.
"The most popular remedy in Otse
go county, and the best friend of my
family," writes Wm. M. Dletz. editor
and publisher of the Otsego Journal.
Gilbertsvllle. N. Y., "Is Dr. King's
New Discovery. It has proved to be
an infallible cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the
worst of them. We always keep a
bottle in the house. I believe it to
be the most valuable prescription
known for lung and throat diseases."
Guaranteed to never disappoint the
taker, by all druggists. Price 60c and
$1.00. Trial bottle free.
Subscribe lor The Citizen and get
the neck of each
Ijiirjrt IIhC of nortlos for
salo. Including rvsitlcm-e and va
rum hit, for ihmIi. or on ln-rtall-mcnt
lan. Itiint'lios anil busl
now roM-rty. fall on us and
we will fumi.vlt what you want.
Agent for tlie bewt Fire Insnr
ancp coiiiinnlv4. IVIcplionc us
tin amount you want on your
resldi-iK-p a ml Iioiik-IioIiI good.
lNuigvmus to delay.
FOR SALE A few acreage lots at bargain prices on the in
stallment plan. Finest garden land in the valley. Water plenty
for irrigation. Fruit trees on every lot. Within three blocks of
electric street railway and city water pipe line. Unequaled for
suburban residence, poultry raising or gardening. High, rich,
loamy soil. .
lQE?f Three room cot
pOOUtage 2 lots in
northern part of city on in
stallment plan. $50 cash.
Bent American Block, per ton.. S A. 50
Anthracite Nut, per ton $8.50
Anthracite Stove and Furnace
per ton $9.60
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
John S. Beaven
603 SOUTH FIRST STREET.
To Colorado and east
ern points. On sale daily
until Sept 30th. Re
turn limit October 31st
Rates to principal points.
Denver and return $23.70,
Colorado Springs and return
$20.75, Pueblo and return
$18.95, Chicago and return
$53.30, St. Louis and return
$52.90, Kansas City and re
turn $44.55, Norfolk and re
turn (60 day limit) $72.90.
Account I. O. O. F., Sov
ereign Grand Lodge.
St. Paul or Minneapolis and
return $52.10. Tickets en
sale Sept. 12, 13, 14, 15 and
16. Return limit Oct. 2, '07.
Call at Ticket Office for Par
ticulars. T E. PURQY, Agent.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Heating Co
A Notary lublie always In the
oftl"e. IHkiN, mortgage and oth
er dcx'tiiiiciit prepared on itliort
Money to loan on Bernalillo
unty real estate In mini to milt.
Have negotiated loans on Albu
queripie renl estate for the xit
20 year, without a single lo-w to
the money leaner. Safety for the
eapltnll. and MatLxfaetJon to tlie
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
$1700WiU buya 5
fx ff vrvfoom cottage,
with two lots, close in.
$200 cash and balance in
payments to suit purchaser
with 8 per cent interest
The St. Elmo
2 n 4 mmm
f 1f Wm P.lWJ
The flexible sole Red Cross
Shoe is comfort able from
'he start. (
The burning and aching
:aused by stiff soles ;'.nd the
svils of thin soles aie pre
sented by the Red Crc ss. It
snables a woman to be on her
feet for hours at a time with
A'o. Si, R'i Cm
taumt (Ml Bluktrt
' let us fit you.
121 RallroMd Anoat
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE THE LUNGS
n X. it IVI
OLDS TriaJ Bottl. Fret
AND Al 1. THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES
GUARANTEED BATISFACIOlil ,
.OR MONEY r.fUND0.
AbwtnuH of title furnished nn
Bernalillo County property on
fchort nolle. The only set of Ad
rtract Book tliat arc np to date.
We have liouHe to rent In all
part. of the elty. Full riuirge
taken of proper! lew for resident
and non-resident owner, ('ail at
ofll"e ftr Information, or use the
A bargain. This Week
II n . m
Wines, Brandiss. Etc.
a AM PL A NO
CAN YOU BEAT THIS?
In tho way of bakery products? Cer
tain U La that you'll travel many a
weary mile to even equal our cakes,
pies, pastry, rolls, etc. Our goods
are always In demand, because those
who know appreciate their excel
lence. But don't forget our bread
our principal pride and souroe of our
SOT South First burtwi
standard Railway of Mexico
Traverses the Republ'c
From the north to the south
and with its branch lines reach
es the most important cities,
such as Chihuahua, Torreon.
Zacatecnii, Aguascallentes, San
lxuls. Potosl, Tamplco, Irapua
The City of Mexico
and many other places worth
The lUchPHt Mlnlnjr, Lumber
and Cattle Producing taiid
vijhio .tcceaHitiie by This
Can learn of much that Is
Intensely Interesting and create
a desire to visit ths
LAND Or THP
Mexican Central Railway, as Ir
It are to be found brief sketeh-
f.v.P!a0.'" ,nJ thln ln Mei.
lco that, for grandeur, antiguliy
and historical value, have no
equal In the World.
Folders, rates and all Infor
mation furnished on application
C F. BERNA
EL PASO, TEXAS.
v. i). MrunocK,
Pajaet'Ktu- Trartlc Manager
J. C. Mi-!0 AIJ,
Oenl. Pa?. Aeent.
.11 V UK MEXICO, MEXICO. "
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