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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
THVKSO.W, OCTOItKR 17, 1(107,
A. J. MALOY
214 Central Avenue
o The place to get any
thing in the line ot the
H famous brand
H wr TTn rtrtTTftn
A fall line always in
Our Prices ARE right H
B You know the goods
Bread and Cakes
ARE GETTING FAMOUS
That's the Kind Your
Trying to Make
Edwards & Nickel
202 East Central
(Continued from Pace One.)
York, a run started today on the
State 6avings bank In which Heinzelg,, from
is trie leaaing siocKnoiaer ana ui
rector. and that the bank, availing
itself of the 30 days' privilege, closed I
its doors, iisone or xne oiner oanKa,
it is said, are affected. They ex
perienced no runs.
The deposits of the Helnze bank
are in the vicinity of $4,250,000 and
the savings department about II,
250,000, the latter largely from the
working people of Butte. The state
has about $75,000 of state funds In
The following bulletin was posted
on the door:
"Because of unsolld conditions and
rumors that cannot be verified but
that make unusual demands by de
positors and owing to the shortage
of currency ana our mummy i
iir additional currency immediate
ly to pay the demands which may
be made on us. we have taken ad
vantage of the 30 days' privilege
All depositors will be paid in run
Failure In Hamburg.
Hamburg, Oct. 17. -The failure of
Haller, Soehle & Co., an old banking
house of this city, was announced to-
fin.. lioKllit o ore Ptttlmaiea BLP"I' .a.vvv. i.iiivri "lean,, .7.jmw-
9 m ,t-e.a unvpn Aim nun i n"
A WOMAN'S HACK.
The Aches and Pains Will Disappear
If the Advice of Tins Aimiuueruue
Citizen Is Followed.
A woman's back has many aches
Most times 'tis the kidneys fault,
itiinknrha is reallv kidney ache:
That's why Doan's. Kidney Pills
Wm. Sangulnette, living at 415 N.
stith at.. Albuoueraue. N. M., says:
"My wife suffered a great deal with
pains In her back, which became se
vere when necessity required even a
slight strain on the muscles of the
Hnric. If she would sweep she com
plained of her back aching. Some
three years ago she was advised to
use Doan's Kidney Pills and procured
a box. They afforded her quick and
genuine relief and from that time on
she has appealed to them as occasion
might require and always obtained
most satisfactory results. we are
convinced that there Is nothing more
effective for disordered kidneys man
llnan'l KitlneV PUIS
For sale by all aeaiera. trice owe
li'natar.lMllhiirn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y.. I
sole ae-enta for the United States.
HOLIDA Y GOODS
Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows
Keeping; step with the mot progressive Drug Hoiimv. f the
Country, we nre carrying a complete line of (rootl suitable fir
Holiday, Wedding, ami Anniversary UUta. ltrllllant Cut tilaws.
Dainty' Hand Painted. Clilnn, Rich Icnthcr (,(kK Hnlnty Per
fume hi Cut ;last Hot ties. Toilet St, Sliming Sot., Toilet Waters,
Brushes, Mirrors and Toilet Articles in slmrlc pieces or Handl
ing tlieie goods In large quantities e are able to meet any com
petition. X. n. Our Prescription anil Drug Departments always In charge
of expert registered pliariiuiclL.
J. H. O'RIELLY CO.
The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Los Angeks
PROJECT 15 WELL
Large Reclamation Work
New Mexico In Actual
E. G. Ross, general manager for
the Bluewater Development com
pany, returned to the city this morn
ing from, a visit to the company
Dronerty at Blueater. Mr. noss was
accompanied to the city by P. J. At
kinson, of Minneapolis, TV no nas ino
contract for the construction of the
Bluewater dam, and W. F. Shelton,
of Kansas City.
The work of construction or rne
dam is well under way. The tun-
ne . which will serve as a nooa water
release for the main reservoir, js
completed. The Bluewater Develop
ment company is carrying out ine
largest Irrigation project in actual
construction in New Mexico. The
dam being built will reclaim several
thousand acres of fertile land.
The following quotations were re
ceived bv F. J. Graf & Co.. brokers.
over their own private wires rrom
New York, room 37. Barnett building
Albuquerque, October 1 1 :
New York Stocks.
Butte Coal lv
former Range 46 V4
North Butte 35
Snnta Fe CoDDtr . Z
Calumet and Arizona 92
Utah Cons 28 H
Shannon 7 "4
December cotton $11.26
Amalgamated Copper 4Mi
American Smelters 70 'A
American Sugar l5Mi
American Car Foundry m
Atchison com SO
Baltimore and Ohio 86
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 41V&
Canadian Pacific 157
Chicago Great Western com . . I'M
C. F. and 1 15
Mexican Central 16
Missouri Pacilic 64 V
New York Central 100
Northern Pacific HTs
National Lead 40
Ontario and Western 29
Heading com 88
Rock Island com lo'fo
Southern Pacific com 73
St. Paul com 113
Southern Railway com 12
Union Pacific 118
U. S. S. com . . 22 ft
U. S. S. pfd 83
Summary of Conditions.
New York, Oct. 17. American
stocks in London mostly below par
ity- .. .
London market generally ciepresseu
with pressure in copper stocks.
Bank of England rate remains at
4 per cent.
Amalgamated Copper dividend
Boston and Montana dividend ex
pected today, reduction probable.
Illinois Central meeting aajournea
till this morning at 9 o'clock.
"F. Augustus Helns expected to re-
presidency or Mercantile
Estimates of United States Steel
earnings third quarter of year
proximately forty million net.
Strong demand tor stocks m loan
I'ere Marquette annual report
i-hows surplus equal to 3.6 per cent
on preferred stock outstanding.
Twelve Industrials declined 1.63
Twenty active railroads declined
1.15 per cent.
Cliicago Produce Murket
Chicago. Oct. 17. Closing quota
Wheat Dec. 1.02 'rf : May
Corn Dec. 61; May 62HWH.
Oats Dec. 53"S,4i'. : May 55 h
Pork Jan. $15. S5; May $16.17.
Lard Oct. $U.22; Jan. $9.00.
Ribs Oct. $7.80; Oct. $7.s( '4
Rib? Oct. $7. Mi: Jan. IS.lO'i)
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, Oct. 17. Cattle re-
"-" ' -" - -
$2,0013.5: stockvrs $3.00ii&.00
bulls $2.403.75: calves $3.50 '((6.50;
western steers $3.60ii 6.50: western
Sheep receipts 6.000.
strong. Muttons $5.005.50;
M oii'ii i.40; range wethtrs
5.50; fed ewes $4.50ii 5.85.
Chicago. Oct. 17. Cattle receipts
lo.uuo. Market steady. Beeves $4.00
fi 7.35 : cows $1.50 5.30: heifers
$3.75'a4.70; calves $5.60 w 8.25 ; good
to prime steers $4.00j 6.00; stockers
$2.;.U '(I 4.7o.
Sheep receipts 22.000. Mtrket
steady to strong. Western $3.00ii
5.6a; yearlings $5.40 'it 6.00; lambs
$4.7oti 7.35; western $ 4.75 7.40.
St. Units Wool Market.
St. Louis, oct. 17. Wool steady
New York -Money Market.
Ksw York, Oct. 17. Money on
call, strong, higher, per cent;
prime mercantile paper 7 per cent.
New York Metal Market.
New York, Oct. 17. Lead easy
$4.604.75; copper $12.75 & 13.00;
I M. I-oul Spelter Market.
FIREMAN CUTS THROAT
Woman Cause of Trouble-
Injured Man Not Ex
pected to Llvo.
The cutting of the throat of Wil
liam Allison, a Santa Fe engineer,
well known In this city, at Las Vegas
Tuesday night, and the charge made
that Mrs. Allison, also well known In
this city, was found in the room of
R. M. Sloan, a Santa Fe fireman,
scantily attired, has caused consider
able gossip in local railroad circles.
Allison is thought to be fatally in
jured. R. M. Sloan, who is charged
with cutting Allisons throat, is also
well known in railroad circles here.
Allison Discovers Wife's Clothes.
Regarding the scandal and the
fight which followed, the finding of
his wife In the room of Sloan by Al
lison, the Las Vegas Optic says:
With his head almost severed from
his body, William Allison, a Santa Fe
engineer, is hovering between life
and death at the Las Vegas hospital
The deed was committed with a
razor In the hands of R. M. Sloan
a Santa Fe orakeman, at the Union
boarding house on- Railroad avenue,
and was the result or tne affection
of Sloan fnr his victim's wife.
For some time Allison had had
misgivings as to his wife's conduct
and for the past week had been
keeping a close watch on her. lie
spent all day at home yesterday, but
left at night and Mrs. Allison sup
posed that he had gone out on his
regular run. Instead, he stayed in
town and, between 1 and 2 o'clock
this morning, returned to his home.
On entering their apartments at the
rear of the hall on the second floor
of the boarding house he found that
his wife was gone, but enough of her
wearing apparel was scattered about
to assure him. that she was In the
Klonn Vsed Razor.
Filled with ungovernable rage he
started for Brakeman Sloan's room
at the head of the stairs. . He tried
the door and It was locked and he
then threw nls shoulder against the
door and broke it open. Sloan and
Allison's wife were in the room
Hardly had the engineer entered the
room when Sloan sprang to the floo
and backed up against the dresser it
the farthest corner, clad In scanty
garments. The former made a rush
for him and Sloan grabbed up his
razor which happened to be laying
on the dreswer. He made a vicious
slash at Allison's throat and kept on
plying his weapon until his victim's
head was almost severed from his
Jets of blood spurted from the
gaping wounus, drenching the walls,
bed and Moor. Fortunately when Al
llson fell, his head dropped forward
and closed the main artery and par
tially stopped the hemorrhage. Drs.
Fest, Mills and Clanahan arrived
shop after the affair occurred and at
first had little hope of caving the
victim's life. The cut extends clear
around his neck and Is almost to the
bone. After the wounds were dressed
the physicians stated that there was
Borne hope for the man's recovery,
although he Is very weak from loss
of blood. He Is Mill alive and his
chances are steadily growing better.
Sloan Stands Ground.
loan did i not attempt to escape,
but gave himself up to the officers
and is now at the city lock-up. If his
victim dies he will be charged with
Mrs. Allison slipped out of the
room when the fight tiegan and went
to her apartments. She tried to see
Allison this morning, and Insisted
that the doctor had no right to keep
wife from her husband, although
she seems to care little whether he
lives or dies. She Is dry eyed and
composed, and does not worry her
self at all about the outcome. It in
rumored ihat they were never mar
ried in a legal-manner.
1-and l4idy Surprised.
Mrs. S. A. Smith, the landlady,
was in bed with her children In a
room on the first Moor when the
bl ly assault was made and knew
in. thing of It until it was over. She
says that she had not the least sus
picion that everything was not right
She states that Allison and his wife
came to her, perfect strangers, and
rented two rooms for light house
keeping, and she never knew any
thing was amUs in the conduct of
either. She says that Sloan had al
ways behaved himself, and that his
Intimacy with Mrs. Allison was un-
know n to her.
Trial Catarrh treatments are being
mailed out free, on request, by Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are
proving to the people without a
penny's cost the great value of
this scientific presrrlpllon known to
druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's
Catarrh Remedy. sold by all deal-
CIIII.IRi:'S WIXTFJl rXDF.H
Vi:K AT HKint'DK PKICFS, TO
Clsl-: OCT T1IK STOCK. MRS. M.
C. W1I-SOX. 21 Wl-ST GOLD.
M.-it ilifflgurrrig skin eruptions
scrofula, pimples, raches, etc., are
due to impure blood. Burdock Blood
Hitters is a cleansing blood tonic
Makes you clear-eyed, clear-brained,
t Hookkeeper, familiar with t
most intricate systems, wants It
evening work. Expert. Address 4
Kookkeeper. care Citizen. V
Itching piles provoke profanity,
but jirofanity won't cure them.
Doan's ointment cures itching, bleed-
rr r prnt 1 i p f.llpsi ftflfty y,.rra
Money, Revolvers. Razors and
Cigars Stolen-Follce Have
Fight With Suspects.
Three tourglarlea were commuted In
Albuquerque last night and one of
these waa in the very heart of the
business district. The alley show
window of the pawn broker's store,
owned by Henry Yanow, 114 West
Central avenue, was smashed In and ,
the window display taken except a
tray of old silver coins. The scene ot
the second robbery was the New York
saloon on South Second street. The
work was evidently done by the
same parties as the methods used In
effecting entrance were identical.
The third robbery was at "the Man
hattan saloon on South Second street
near the postofilce.
Ynnovv Ixxt Pistols and Ilazors.
From the "show window of the
Yancrw store a dozen revolvers of
the Smith & Wesson, Colt, Iver
Johnson and Harrington and Rich
ardson makes were taken and besides
these a valuable pair of field glasses
and a number of Gillette razors.
Soaped paper was used to deaden the
sound of the breaking glass when
the plate (class was smashed and it
s evident that the burglars intended
to enter the store and make a raid,)
but luckily the glass 'broke In such a
manner that the onenlnir wh not I
large enough. The burglars took
only what was within reach of their
arms through the opening. The value
of the property stolen from the Ya
now Atore -was about $i0 and the
value of the plate glass window is
about $50 and was uninsured. This
robbery took place at about 4 o'clock
this morning, It Is supposed, as a
newsboy who was at the corner of
First street and Central avenue at
that hour claimed he heard a sound
which resembled the sound of break
Apw York Saloon Jlobbery.
At the New Y'ork saloon the bur
glars did a more thorough Job. Here
they effected entrance through the
rear door, cutting the glass around
the lock with a glass cutter and then
placing soaped paper over the glass
to deaden the sound when they
smashed it. Through the openin
thus made the door was unlocked
from the inside and the burglars en
The bartender, when he came to
the saloon at 6 o'clock this morn
Ing found the rear door ajar and the
gambling machine of the place stand
ing in the middle or the Moor In a
damaged condition. Burnt matches
lay strewn about on the floor. Thir
ty dollars was taken from the slot
machines and five dollars from the
cash register, which had been left
unlocked. Nine boxes of cigars were
stolen from the cigar case. The bur
glars left only four five-cent cigars
behind. Besides these things a sil
ver watch and two bottles of whisky
were taken, together with a 44 cali
ber Winchester revolver which was
prized very highly by P. Zlto, the
proprietor of the saloon. Nothing
was damaged In the saloon except
the slot .machine and the rear door.
In the four years that he ha.s con
ducted the saloon, Mr. Zlto has been
robbed five times.
Manlinttan Kitloon Kntcred.
Still another place was entered
last night by burglars, presumably
by the reime parties who robbed the
New York saloon and Yanow's. This
is the Manhattan saloon, at South
Second street between Gold and Sil
ver avenues. The burglars gained
entrance through a small window In
the rear of the building and besides
taking five dollars In change from
the ca-sh register, took several bot
tles of whisky and a number of ci
gars. Just how much of the stock
was stolen, W. G. Mearns, the pro
prietor, has not yet determined.
Police Jlavo a Clue.
Last night at about 10 o'clock two
rough-looking men Inquired of a
passerby the whereabouts of the New
York saloon and shortly afterward
the two entered the place and had a
few drinks. Mr. Zlto remembers the
pair distinctly and could Identify
them in a crowd. It Is supposed that
these men, who have attracted the
notice of the police in the last few
days as being suspicious characters,
may have had something to do with
the robberies of last night.
'Mr. Yanow also noticed two rough
looking men In front of his show
window last night before he closed
up and feels that he could recognize
them If confronted with them.
IN dice Have Fight Willi Suspects.
Shortly aftr the Yanow burglary,
Officer Rossi, who was notified, en
countered two men on Central ave
nue In front of Yanow's place and
undertook to place them under ar
rest. A fight ensued In which the
officer was badly bruised up and in
which blood Mowed as the stains on
the sidewalk attest. After much dif
ficulty Officer Rossi, with assistance,
got the men under rontrol and lock
ed them up In the police station
Some cheap jewelry was found on
the persons of the men arrested and
also a revolver, but as yet they have
not been Identified a. the parties sup
posed to be guilty f the burglaries.
Nice room and ln-anl at 615 Fast
Central avenue, be.-n In city; prices
T 4T 1 t 7 " f I $ t
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HATKS. SCIIKDI I F.. KTC.
I i ( t ( i i i C o I ( M
. . . . . .
502 West Central
Stomach troubles. Heart and Kid
ney ailments can be quickly correct
ed with a prescription known to
druggists everywhere as Dr. Rhoop's
Restorative. The prompt and sur
prising relief which this remedy Im
mediately brings Is entirely due to
Its Restorative action upon the con
trolling nerves of the Stomach, etc.
Sold by all dealers.
Canned Fruits Way Up
but not with us. We will tell you the
Missouri Brand 2 lb. cans of
peaches, apricots, plums, cherries,
blackberries, Bartlett pears or grapes
nt 20c the can.
Walter Baker's Cocoa lb can 2Bc.
Walter Baker's Chocolate lb for 20c
Large cans of Colton tomatoes 2 for
And hundreds of other bargains at
CASH BUYERS' UNIOh
122 North Second
Per Ton of
Ready for ;
Order at Once
W. I. TRIMBLE S CO.
113 North Second
A reduction of 25 per cent on
Uullcw tailor made suits. Just receiv
ed. So finer goods In town. Cash
ate West Central
Fair Signs and Decorations
Work well done no delay
At prices you can surely pay.
State your plan and he will fit It
And you 11 be glad that
STACY DID IT"
Tliono 741. 325 South 2nd St.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Sot of Teeth
Gold Filling $1.60 np
Gold Crowns $0
FalnlotM Extracting.. .500
ALL WORK AnSOLCTFLY GUAR
ANTEED. DRS. COPP and FETTTT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO RLDG.
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
COUMLRCL. j j
8 Cor. Gold Ave. & ist St. 8
Cleanest Rooms in the City g
g Owen Dinsdall, Prop. 0
. . .. . . , . ri
iP FwM i?1ii1
11 Mr) i!10 s S - IP
We Have Just Received a Full
Line of Carpets and Rugs
Come and See Them.
OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST
308-310 W. Central Avenue
LOMMORI & COMPANY
First Class Groceries and Meats
Imported Glive Oil
323 South Second Phone 791
A. O. BUJCKE and JOHN 8. MITCH ELD lnrlt their friends to roaka
New Mexico headquarters at
The Holienbeck Hotel
Los Angeles, California
Your friendship and patronage la appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to gueiii is a pleasure to us. Holienbeck Hotel and Cat.
better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line cars stop at the Holienbeck door.
Insley Cycle Co,
208 1-2 West Oolci
YOU CAN SAVE
A checking; account will not only help you to spend
your money economically, but it will also aid you
to save money systematically.
When you have a record of every cent you pay out
(which you will have, if you pay by check) you.
will be more careful of your expenditures.
A checking account gives you a complete record of
every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each
bill paid. You have safety for your funds and
convenience for your business transactions.
PAY BY CHECK.
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK
(He is Bald Behind.)
The proper time to consider the seri
ous consequences of long continued
Eye Strain Is
The highest authorities declare that
75 to l0 ixv cent of all headaches
are due to Kye Strain. It la one of
the most common symptoms hut
there are many others. Come in
and let us explain your case. Ex
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
1 1 1 V. Central Ave. I'hono 452.
CI.EW S COKE.
SMITH 1 NO COAU
FOR CASH ONLY.
WJI MA MM 9. fifl
- Second Hand-Repairing. Dam
Tires Yulcanized Good as New,
F. S HOPPING
32 1 South Second
SPORTING GOODS ,
305 West Gold
n The far I elan
120 South Fourth St.
Hair Dressing Fclal Minsit
Scalp Treatmeai Maskaruig
Chlldrea'f Hair Catling
we manufacture all kinds m
of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com- M
plate line ot Switches, Pomp- H
dour. Puffs. Wigs, etc. Q
ItAlU !l!7re k4
Sanitary French Hair Rolls. Q
i'lie new pomp wave. All
shades to be worn under th
hair instead of ruffing one'
own novelties In back and aid.
Mr. 2nd Mrs. James Slaixrhter. n
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