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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN,
thvrkday. septem ber la i07.
BLIND PREACHER HAS THE ESTANCIA VALLEY MISS
MAY SUTTON A
KILLED WOOL GROWERS WILLlTHE NEW CRYSTAL THEATER
HAS CORN AND
COME TO THE FAIR
D. H. CORDICR, Mgr.
tZO Gold Avenue
E A. J. MALOY
214 Central Avenue
3 The place to get any
3 thing in the line of the
R famous brand
P and VEGETABLES H
g A full line always in u
3 Our Prices ARE right
You know the goods f
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
and Sundays. 10 to 13 a. in., 2 to
5 p. m., 7:30 to 10:30 p. m.
Masquerade, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Friday Nights Reserved for Pri
vate Skating Parties.
Admission, Including Skates, 25c
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Sky
305 West Gold
45 Minutes of Amusement
Don't iA-ave Me Dollie.
Old IIiimp-lili-43 Home in the
Follower of Women.
J. It. Si'OTl'I, Musical Director.
Everything New and First Class
Owen Dinsuale Fkop.
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New Mexico and Arizona
Productive Field For
The Uev. G. H. Adams, I. D of
Phoenix, Ariz., one of the most noted
men of the southwest, lefj the dy
last night after a short sojourn. Dr.
AiliiiTiw has been vlsltiim must or the
towns and cities of New Mexico In
the interest of a life Insurance com
pany of which he is the general man
Hut Dr. Adams Is not In the In
surance business for love of business
hs axainsl the ministry; he was com
pelleu iby the loss of his eyesight
seventeen years ago to adopt some
secular work to maintain himself and
family from starvation.
Dr. Adams came west, stopping in
Colorado In ixbi. A year or two nr
ter he located In Colorado the first
mission conference was held In Den
ver; at that conference he was ap
pointed a presiding elder, when for
New Jlexico, Colorado, Wyoming and
Trizona there were six presiding eld
ers ana tnree stationed preachers.
After a number of years of ex
ceedlngly successful work as super
intendent of missions Dr. Adams had
the great misfortune to lose the sight
of his eyes through detachment of
the retina, and when at last the phy
Mdans gave him up as hopeless. Dr.
Adams stood before the annual con
ference at Denver and told the story
or nis great misfortune and sorrow
The gathering of ministers was stir
red as few assemblies ever have been
stirred. Hut the undaunted courage
of the man Is shown by the fact that
where most men would have laid
down and given up the battle, not
so the old Methodist warhorse. He
applied for the position he now holds
and has been one of the most sue
cessful insurance writers In the Uni
ted Males, in the years he has been
at the business he has personally
written over two million dollars of
life Insurance, and today he can tell
more about insurance to the inoulrer
In five minutes than most men know
The doctor has been in New Mex
leo since the latter part of May and
In that time has written nearly sev
enty-tive thousand dollars of insur
ance. mostly in one to two thousand
Though he is so blind that he can
not see a man's face, being only ab!
to distinguish lights and shadows, the
old man goes everywhere alone, he
Is able by the sense of touch to use
the typewriter and does all his own
business only having his mail read
to him, and help for whatever work
must be done with the pen. With
his wife he lives, when he Is at home
in a beautiful vine clad cottage in
Phoenix, with beautiful ferns and
palms and roses clustering around
but of all the beauty the doctor ha.s
seen nothing for he bought the prop
erty aner ne nan lost his sight. Jle
has also a magnificent farm of which
he is justly proud just two miles out
from the city of Phoenix, but though
he will tell you all about its good
points and productiveness he is only
telling you nai omer eyes nave seen
for he has himself realized Its tangl
billty by the sense of touch. Hut the
man whose misfortune has been so
great is glad he is alive; he appre
ciates the fact that he has lived to
see the mission field that he cull!
vated alone forty years ago become
a great field full of churches with
hundreds of ministerial workers
where before there were but one or
two to the whole territory, and the
aged, blind man Is glad that he Is
alive and has the chance and strength
Traveling Man Says Merch
ants of Territory Consider
New Law Blessing.
1 have just completed a ennvas
of Arizona merchants in the interest
ot my house,'' said it traveling man
today, "and 1 never saw such pros
perity us exists in that territory. The
merchants tell me that trade has
i. ever been so good in recent years.
Yuu will be surprised no doubt when
1 tell you of the reason they give i..
the increased business they are do
in,; and the money that is in ciicula-
"Tliey say it results directly from
the abolishment of gambling. Just
before 1 left Arizona, 1 was talking
Willi a prominent merchant and
Hanker of Prescoit. He Is one of the
oldest merchants in Arizona and lie
knows conditions in that territory
like a book. He t-al 1 that money had
never been more plentiful among
the workingmeii in parli.ular than
"This man told me that there were
link Homes being liuill already and
thm the men who wen building ihein
formerly squandered nearly all their
raining over the gambling tables.
"1 understand Hole is some dis-eu.-,,.!i
,is lo wlial effect the aboli
tion of gambling in this territory will
have on general pro-pcrity. one does
not have lo travel far in Arizona to
see Die resuil. Arizona buiness men
tell ine that business has been better
by -it per rent sine,- gambling was
abolished. I learned that the fam
ilies of the woi kingini ii lived better,
hoiinht more and better supplies and
, bulling than they ever did in the
past. As a result the money Is placed
in circulation with the merchants
and bankers Instead of with the
"1 think that the result of the
aboiiiion of gambling in New Mexico
will be a healthy Increase in trade in
ai! lines and that the prosperity of
IIih territory will be given a great
impttus instead of being retarded In
the bast, other commercial travelers
whom 1 met said that they found
cotoll'ions just as I uescribe them. I
sold nity per cent more goods this
trip than 1 have in years and I ex
peel even belter business during the
"The abolishment of gambling was
oi.e of tlie best tilings Arizona ever
did and I am satisfied New Mexico
.iil experience the same condition
when your law gots into effect."
Torrance County People Will
Be at Fair With Both
Dr. U. F. llomero. surreon for the
Santa Ke Central railway, spent yes
terday In the territorial metropolis,
and left this morning on his return
lo the Jistancla yaJley.
"You can say that the Estancla
valley will be at the territorial fair
with both, feet," said the doctor this
morning at the depot before he
boarded the early train going north.
"We have the corn and we have the
coin, and we are coming to the fair
and bring both. The Estancla valley
will have more corn and beans this
year than Is raised In any other four
counties In the terrltorltles. A large
mount of rain has fallen In the val
ley recently, nnd while the Santa Fe
Central has suffered some from wash
outs, the company will profit by the
result In the crops the people are
raising. The late rains hit the val
ley just right to make ths lata corn.
"Dry farming, however, has re
ceived a little set back. The rain
fall for the year has been equal to
the eastern states and the farmers
are going ahead turning over sod in
preparation for planting this fall
and next year. There are two steam
plows working In the valley and they
are breaking on an average of twen
ty acres a day. Beside the steam
plows ,a large acreage of land is be
ing broken by plows drawn by horses
"There will be a large acreage of
winter wheat planted In the Estancia
valley this fall. The farmers in the
majority believe that winter wheat
will finally become the leading crop
of the valley. The yield of winter
wheat this year was very good, but
the acreage was so limited that the
crop was hardly given a fair trial.
"There Is going to be an abund
ance of grass In the valley this win
ter. Stock Is fat and the people of
the valley are feeling very prosper
ous. Considerable building is going
on at Estancia as well as every other
town along the Santa Fe Central.
Gossip received Thursday morning
September 12. 1U7:
Loudon copper opening spot 66.10
off two pounds futures; 6?.05 off
two pounds; 6's weak.
Summary of Conditions.
New York. Sept. 12. American
stocks in Dnndnn strong, V to 1 per
cent above parity.
General market In London higher
with good recovery on American cop
per stocks and strength in consols
Hank rate remains at 4 per cent,
HrooKlyn Itapid Transit has no
new financing under way.
Strong demand for stocks In loan
Thirty-five roads for fourth week
In August show average gross .69.
Call money expected to be easier
arter release of New York bond pay
ment with rates hardening.
it. Paul report shows It. 7 per cent
earned on stocks for fiscal year.
Twelve Industrials declined .72 per
Twenty active ra,tes advanced .11
Roston: A director of the North
Hutte, who is now at the mine
writes his associates that the face of
the 1800-foot drift on the Edith
May vein is 25 feet wide and run
ning from 17 to IS per cent cop
per. Drills are now working on this
face and It has continued for some
distance. This Is the best face of ore
ever found in the mine, and being
on the bottom level Is a most en
couraglng and Important develop
ment. The crop cut to the Herlln
claim has reached the vein there,
nut at a point wnere the mineraliza
tion is slight and some drifting Is
now in progress. In the process of
cross cutting there were cut two
veins on Herlln ground that showed
good copper values, one of them 5
feet In width.
New York Stinks.
October cotton 1 1 1.80
American Sugar Ill
Amalgamated Copper 61
American Smelters 91'
American Cur Foundry 38
Atchison com 86 it
Halllmore and Ohio Hftty
Hrooklyn Itapid Transit ....... 44
Canadian Pacific 164
Erie com 20
Missouri Pacific 68
Mexican Central ... 1 7 Vi
National Lead ' 49
New York Central 104 4;
Ontario and Western
Pen n sylvan hi
St. Paul .
Southern Hall w ay
Southern Pacific . . .
r. s. s
. 1 1 9 's
. 8 5
. 2 9 V
r. s. s.
If I ...
. 9 2 r'
. . 9 ,4
. . 10 i
. . .110
. . . r.s
, . . 48
Calumet and Arizona
Old 1 1. 'inn. ion
Santa Fe Copper . . . .
Kun-.i i City Livestock.
Kans is City. Sept. 12.- Cattle re
ceipts in. nun. Market steady. South
ern steers )3.S0'ii 4.60; southern cows
?2.2a 'o 3.ra; stockers and feeders
i:t.2.".'.i r..4; bulls 12.30 H 3.15; calves
$:i 7.". 'ii 6.25 ; we-t.-ru steers $3.6iii
5.5"; western cows 2. 5ci "ii 4.00.
Sheep leceipts Cniid. Market steady.
Muttons $5.imi'ii 5.5; lambs 6.5'i'ii
7.5"; range wethers S 5. mi 'n 5.90 ; fed
ewes J4-5"'ii 5.50.
Chicago I Ivesiix k.
Chicago, Sept. 12. Cattle receipts
about 9. ""'I. Market steady. Heeves
$ 4.ihi i 7.3n; cows 1.25 'n 5.50; Texas
rattle J3. 75 f 5.H0 ; calves $6.00 X.00
western steers $ 4.00 (ii 6.011; stockers
and feeders $2.60 'i 5.00.
Sheep receipts about 1 8.000. Mar
ket steady. Western 13.25 5.8;,;
i arlini-'s $5.5" 6.3": l imbs $5.00 'u
7.65; western $5. "Ofi7.7".
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Champion Woman Tennis
Player Has No Aversion
A rather stout young lady, hardly
out of her teens, with auburn hair
done up In a fluffy fashion, gazed
with Interest at the many curious
and high colored things to be seen
at the Alvarmlo curio room the 20
minutes the California limited stop
ped in the city.
She wore a plaid skirt New York
length and a blue waist, with a swas
tika belt. She moved about as one
with confidence and with grace and
vigor that could only be acquired by
one ued to handling a tennis raquct.
Miss hut ton In Court Array.
The young lady was Miss May Sut
ton, the champion woman tennis
player, who is on her way to the
coast. Miss Sutton recently achieved
success In Europe.
It Is said that she is soon to be
To this Question by the reporter
Miss Sutton only smiled in answer,
and then looked away.
"I really believe that you news
paper men think of nothing else but
marriage. My friends would think
that real choice gossip. There Is
nothing in it. Don't think that 1
have an aversion for men. They are
quite nice when needed and quite
useful household articles, I am told.
"Yes, I have had good success with
my rauuet. 1 am on a trip to t all
for now. I won back the world's
championship In England, you know
I had the championship for two
years, lost It in 1906, and won it
again this year."
OLD MAN IS DRAGGED
HALE DEAD EROM
. MUD HOLE
Carrying the weight of 80 years, a
destitute man giving nis name as
Amos Clevenger, and his home at
Elmwood, Kas., was pulled from a
mud hole In the Thorpe pasture this
afternoon and brought to this cily
more dead than alive, and placed In
ine charity ward of St. Josephs hos
pltal. The man was too weak to talk
and It Is feared that he cannot live.
When seen by Thus. McMIIlln, chief
of police, this afternoon, the chief
said that the man was round at the
Santa Fe depot by him a few days
ago and taken to the city building.
While he was away trying to find
food nnd medicine fir him the man
disappeared. Clevenger said then that
he was trying to get to relatives liv
ing in El Taso.
IN LIVELY F
Isxlgo Installs Ol'liivrf and Wives
uinl SutvllicurtM Furnish Feast
and Make Merry Willi MuJc
Members of the local order of
Hrot herhoo.l of Loioniotlve Firemen
and Engineinen hid. I an Installation of
officers at odd Fellows' hall yester
day ufternoon from 4 o'clock In the
afternoon till 8 o'cloek In the even
ing lle-ides the regular order of
business, refreshments were served
by the wives an, I I . t 1 fiieiols of the
m rubers ami dain ini.' was indulged
In. About thirty roiipii-s were pres
ent anil a most enj. a ble time was
Those W'ho look p
Mr Pungborne, Sir
M:ibr. Mr. and M v
Mr. n n I Mr-. A. C
. ..nd Mr
s A. N.
s. L. D.
Mrs. J. H. Prohask a. Mr. and Mrs.
Cliieriee Simmons. Mr. ami Mrs.
arvh. Mr. and Mrs. I.'. S. Shepard,
M.-s l.iiio-s Stewart. Siricklan I, Math
eson, Clark McC.unon, Doyle, Tur
ner. Johnson uinl Lmgsiori; Misses
Heinwand. K illn rine Nash. Marie
Shepard, M tide Mailieson; Messm. S.
P.. Miller, W. E. Matheson, W. H.
Hi man. L. 11. Kels.-y, J. I Pouch,
Edward Price, Frank Harns, Jose
Lupren, Engineer Hental, of San
Marcial; ami Engineer Green, of I.as
Miss Katherlne Nash and Miss
Relnwald furnished the music. Miss
Nash U In the city from Middleport.
Ohio, the gutst of relatives.
' K v - -
Reptile Showed Fight-How
ard Clark Despatched It
With Bow and Arrow.
A full grown puff adder was killed
at the corner nf Central avenue and
First street nt(10 o'clock this morn
ing by Howard Clarke of the Ken
ham Indian Trading company.
The snake was first discovered
crawling along In the street near the
crossing by Dr. J. B. Cutter, of the
Santa Ke hospital. The doctor ftop
ped to watch the reptile a moment to
note Its specie. The snake stopped
also when It saw the doctor and
curled up, raising Its head from the
top of Its coll. It s specie was then
very evident. It's head became sev
eral times Its normal size.
Dr. Cutter noticing at once the
danger of the reptile stepped Into
the "tore of the Hcnham Indian
Trading compuny and told Mr. Clark
that there was a snake there In the
road and to get something to kill It
with. v Ith an eye to business, Mr.
Clarke demonstrated the practicabil
ity of the Indian bows and arrows
that he has for sale by shooting the
snake with an arrow, killing It.
The puff adder Is a native of Aus
tralia, und rarely seen on the con
tinent. It Is extremely venlmous In
Its sting, carrying Its poison beneath
the Hps of Its mouth. There Is con
siderable speculation as to where
this one came from. Some offer the
theory that It was brought In on a
train, possibly In a banana car,
while others say that quite a num
ber have been killed In New Mexico
In recent years and that there Is a
belief that the number of the specie
In this part of the country Is increas
BARNES SAYS CATTLE
ARE ON THE
Government May Institute
Department of Grazing
For Public Domain.
William C. Barnes, of Las Vegas,
who resigned us secretary of the ter
ritorial cattle sanitary board to ac
cept the position of grazing Inspector
in the national foreBt service, began
active work with the department lust
Tuesday and Is now In this city for a
few days on official business. From
here he will leave for Alamogordo
to visit the Sacramento and Guada
lupe forest reserves to make a re
port on the grazing condition of that
Cat tie on tlio IiicreiiMO.
In speaking of the present condi
tion of the cattle industry in New
Mexico, Mr. Barnes stated:
"More cattle are being shipped to
the markets this year than ever be
fore; fully forty per cent more cattle
were sold out of the territory this
year than In any previous year In
the last thirty seasons. Cattle are on
the increase in the southwest and
the industry Is thriving. Heavy
prices were obtained for the cattle
shipped and though there are no
longer as great Individual herds as
foi merly, there are many more head
In existence. The times have changed
and also have the methods of raising
cattle. Now there are a great num
ber of small slock raisers; cattle are
given more attention; better cattle
are raised and better prices obtained.
Even the assessment rolls of the
slate of Texas aiid the territories of
New Mexico and Arizona show that
sunk of all kind Is on the Increase
and everybody knows that assess
ment rolls ilo not tell the whole
story. In the cattle brand book are
registered 26,000 brands, owned by
IK. lino owners and this is an increase
of 10,000 brands In the last four
years, all of which goes to show tint
this Is the day of small cattle raisers
and that Is a condition which in
hound to vastly help the Industry.
Sheepmen OpHs Government Con
trol. "Mosi cuttle men are In favor of
the government controlling the pub
lic ranges. In all likelihood there
will be a new bureau established
by the government to take this mat
ter of public grazing In hand. Such
a department would divide up the
grazing land and Institute, most
probably, a grazing permit system
such as used in the forest service, or
a si stem of leasing the lands out
right, or both. It Is the sheep men
principally who object to giving the
After making his report on the
gn ing conditions In the Sacramento
and Guadalupe reserves. Mr. Haines
will go to Washington, where he will
wink in the home office for about six
nionilis before coming west again.
Col. E. G. A'isten, president of the
territorial cattle sanitary board, will
probably be chosen secretary at the
next meeting of the board. Miss
Blanche llothgeb, will slill be re
tained as private secretary to the
SILVER CITY MAY HAVE
DAY. AT THE
A movement is on foot to make
Friday, -the 11th Of October, the fifth
day of the territorial fair. Silver Cily
day. The fair association Is willing
that one day be given to the Grant
county metropolis, and It Is more
than 'likely that the matter can be
aiianired. Siive! City will send a
base ball team and a fire hose team
to the fair, and a large number of
rooters. If Friday is decided upon
as Sliver City dy It will be arranged
that the Silver lily base ball team
play on that day. and other feature
wlli be arranged accordingly.
Sliver Cily Is one of the richest
little towns in the territory and will
contribute a larire number of people
wilh money to u. annual festival.
President Luna Says Pros
pects Are Next Convention
Will be Biggest Yet.
Hon. Solomon Luna, president of
the New Mexico Wool Growers' as.
soclatlon, said this morning that the
convention of the association this
year, which will be held In this city
October 7th and 8th, would be th
largest attended ever held by the as
sociation. This Is evident from the
numiber of letters being received at
the office of the secretary, Harry F.
Ie, from sheepmen from all parts
of the territory.
"We expect to have 600 sheep rais
ers In the convention," said President
Luna. "Ths association only has a
membership of a little over 300 but
this number will be boosted at tho
coming convention to 600. Ths
sheepmen In general are Just getting
Interested. They are Just beginning
to realize the benefits to ba derived
by them through the efforts of the
"One of the Important matters to
come up before the next convention
will be the lease laws. Another will
be the laws governing forest reserves.
Still another will be the regulation!
of the bureau of animal industry,
which require us to dip our sheep.
We will have a number of abla
speakers address the convention on
all of these subjects and other sub
jects of Interest to sheep men, too.
"The convention will meet on Mon
day morning and sessions will be held
mornings, afternoons and evenings
until Tuesday evening. Governor
George Curry has promised to attend
and-will probably address the con
vention. The governor was on the
range In New Mexico before ha be
came a soldier and knows the practi
cal end of the stock business as well
as the theoretical. The prospects are
that we will have a lively convention,
and these who attend will be well
reiHiid for the effort."
CAUSE OE GUN
A poorly fed Rio Grands valley
mosquito In search of food came
very near getting several men killed
at the Fraccaroli saloon at the cor
ner of Atlanlic avenue and South
Second street last evening and sub
sequently caused one Edward Keller
to be arrested on the serious charge
or pulling a pistol and threatening to
kill one Williams, a colored tailor,
having a tailor shop at the corner
of Atlantic avenue and Third street
Keller and Williams were taking a
social glass of beer at the Fraccaroli
saloon, when Williams espied a mos
quito on Keller s nose. He reached
over and says, "Just hold still till
I kill that mosquito." He brushed
the mosquito away and Keller re
sented his action, and before Will-
lams knew what was going on Kel
ler was striking at him with his
Williams got out of the way of
iveners nsts, tnen the latter pulled
a pistol, and swore' that he was going
to kill some body. Mrs. Fraccaroli
was in the saloon with her husband
and nearly swooned with fright. Kel
ler soon had the whole place to him
self. The police were notified and Lieu
tenant Kennedy stationed himself
near the Keller home, 411 Atlantic
avenue, but Keller did not go home
last night. . ! (
The police continued their vigil
ance this morning and got a aue that
Keller was going a hunting aouth of
the city. Thomas McMIIlln, chief of
police, and Officer Joe Salazar ar
rested Keller this forenoon In the
neighborhood of the stock yards.
When arrested Keller was armed
with a Winchester rifle. He will be
given a trial at 6 o'clock this even
2io South Second
Announces I lei
MONDAY, SEPT. 16th
From 2:20 to 10 p. m.
Every Thing H
Necessary for H
a - K
a DAVIS d Z EARING G
305 W. Gold A ve. C
THERE IS A REASON WHY
You should see the new and
elegant up-to-date stock of yoods
E. MA HA ft A M fS
ate West Central
lnisley Cycle Co.
BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS
KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING
Devoted Inclusively to
MONDAY EVENING, SEPT. !6
3 SHOWS DAILY 3
Matinee Every Afternoon at 2:30
2 Show Every K venlng 2
a O'clock endSttO
Door Open 30 Minutes Before
LADIES' SOUVENIR MATINEES
Cvery Tuesday and Friday
at 2:30 and 3:48
Matinees 10 and 20 cents
Evenings 1 0,20and30 cents
THE BIO FUN SHOW
Friday, Sept. 13
The new rural comedy success
THE COUNTRY BOY
A Story of Plain Folks.
New Hinging ami dancing numbers.
All Bpoclal scenery and effects.
Strictly a high class production.
An Unexcelled Cast
snvrs ox samo Wednesday,
8EPTEM BEK 11.
PIUCES 35c, 60c. 75c.
n The Parisian
izo south Fourth St.
Hair Cresting Fclal Masx
Scalp Treatment Manicuring
Chlldrea'n Hair Cutting
We manufacture all kinds
of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches. Pompa
dour?, Puffs, Wlrs, etc.
ItKAIi IIAIIt NETS
Sanitary French Hair Rolls.
The new pomp Wave. AH
shades to be worn under the
hair Instead of ruffing; one's
own novelties In back and aid
Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter,
STAPLE AND FANCY GrtOCERIES
lie Gradu of Flour.
Coffeea, Teas and Spices, a Specialty.
Everything In market always on liawl
"THE 13 EST ALWAYS."
Phono 238 608 W. Central Ave.
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Fish
211 W. Central, Tel. S28
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth
Gold Filling $1.50 up
Gold t'row.is $6
PuinlcH!) Extracting. . ,M)o
ALL WOltK AHSOLFTKlV GUAR
ANTEED. DIIS. COPP and PFnTT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO IiLDG.
"TRIED and TRUE9
Loose leaf Ledgers and De
vices have been "tried" and
found to be "true."
Fave YOU Given Them a Trial ?
We make all styles and sizes,
also special rutin-and .LAWBOOKS
H. S. LI1HGOW,
Bock Binder and Rubber Stamp Maker
Phone 924, 312 W. Gold,