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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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E A. J. MALOY
21 A Central A venue
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C thing in the line ot the
R famous brand
R CLUB HOUSE
g CANNED FRUITS
g and VEGETABLES
B A full line always in
Our Prices ARE right h
You know the goods 5
Bread and Cakes
ARE GETTING FAMOUS
That's the Kind Your
..Trying to Make ?
Edwards & Nickel
202 East Central
STOLEN TOR THEIR
A former fiarUa Fe fireman, Oeorge
Phillip by name, was arrested last
night by Officer Babbitt of the city
(police department, on the charge of
stealing reflectors from the head
lights of engines. The charge is that
Phillips .has been stealing reflectors
from engines standing on the sidings
in the vicinity of the shops and sell
ing them to ithe Albuquerque Foun
dry and Machine works. The ma
terial value of the reflectors is the
copper there Is about them. It is
reported that the foundry was in
structed ito uy them by the com
The thefts of reflectors has been
going on Tor some time ana nas Deen
the source of no little inconvenience
to the company, some engines not
being able to go out en their runs
on occunt of the loss of Ihe reflector
to the JieadllKht.
Phillips will be given a hearing
at 5 o'clock this afternoon.
NIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
The students of the eighth grade
of the city schools have organirea a
socletv for 1907-08.
Officers of the society were le-ied
President Robert Wigley.
Vice President Slln Lulu Ben
Secretary Miss Bessie ForJ.
Treasurer Alfred Heed.
The colors of the society will be
selected at the first regular mietlng
which will be held tomorrow after
RALE BY ASSIGNEE.
I will sell at public auction all
rm aiul nersonal proiMTty Held by
me as a-Umee of Charles Zelger at
Uie front door of the powtoftioe, Al
' Imquerque, N. M., at 13 o'clock noon,
November 4th, 1907. For further In
formation call on or addrewa, lYank
II. MKe, Affcignee, lloom 9, liar
nett lluthllmr, Albuquerque, N. M.
NEW FAXCV PR? GOODS Alt
IlIVINO KVHIT IAV AT MRS. M
V. WILSON'S. 224 WEST GOLD.
MATERIAL AVI STAMPING VUH
lAll kinds of window shades in
stock and made to order. 25 cents
and up. Futrelle Furniture Co.
Bed steads from 12.60 and up. Tu
trtlJe Furniture Co,
H OLID A Y GOODS
Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows
Keoplnit Mep with the most rroRrwslve Drn; Ifonsog of the
Country, we are carrying: a complete line of irols suitable for
Holiday, Wedding, and Anniversary Gifts, Brilliant tnt Gln.-w,
Inlnty Hand Painted. Clilnn. Rich leather Goods TXUnty Per
fumer In Cut Glass Bottles, Toilet Sots, Shaving Sets Tcrtlet Waters,
Rnilie. Mirrors ami Toilet Articles In single pieces or set!. Handl
ing tliee goods in large quantities we are able to meet any com
IKMJUon. X. n. Our PreTlptlon and Inig Departments always In oliarge
of exiH-rt registered pliarnuu-lHt.
J, Hm O'RIELLY CO.
The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Lot Angeles
FOUR DESPERATE MEN
ESCAPE JAIL AT
Cut a Hole In Brick Wall With i
Wire Under Jailer's
. t'nlted States Marshal C. M. For-
aker, who returned from Alamogor
do this morning, is highly incensed
over the escape of four government
prisoners from the Otero county jail
Two of them had already been in
dicted for counterfeiting and were
In Jail awaiting trial. The other two
were Just recently arrested at Tu
cumcarl, charged with train rob
bery .and were taken to Alamogordo
for safe keeping pending trial. These
were desperate characters ana the
Jailer. Hulnes by name, had been
told several times to keep a close
watch on them.
The Jail break was accomplished
with a wire and a Rmall piece of
Iron. The wire was a stiff piece of
telegraph wire and was used to
gouge the pastering from between
the bricks. The Alamogordo Jail is
a brick structure. The bricks were
then pryed out with a small piece
of Iron. The last of the four men
had just gotten out of the hole when
the taller was notified. Instead of
starting In Immediate pursuit of the
Jail 'breakers, the Jailer went over to
the town and got a gun and a double
rig. By the time he was finally pre
pared to take up the hunt the trail
was cold and the escaped men were
miles away. It is thought they made
direct for Mexico. The line is only
about fifty miles from Alamogordo.
After hearing the evidence In the
case of the Territory vs. Nativldad
Baca, charged with perjury, the jury
retired at 1:30 o clock this after
noon and an hour later the foreman
reported that they had disagreed.
The Jury was discharged. Baca was
indicted on the charge of having giv
en false testimony in a case tried on
Oct. 30, 19U6, in which he was al
leged to have assaulted one Narcisso
Ruiz with a knife.
Sanchez Will Stand Trial.
Juan Manchez, indicted by the
territorial grand Jury for keeping a
gaming table without a license and
for resisting an officer, was arraigned
before Judge Ira 'A. Abbott of the
district court this afternoon and
plead not guilty. Case not set.
Montoya Pleads Not Guilty.
Salomi Montoya, Indicted for lar
ceny from a person, was arraigned
in the dfrftrlct court this afternoon
and plead not giKlty. Case not set
THe cases of the Montezuma Trust
Co. vs. Antonio Armljo wherein the
plaintiffs sued for the collection of
a promissory note for $115, and the
First National bank vs. the State
Life Insurance Co. of Indiana, were
both dismissed this morning. In the
latter case the plaintiff sued for the
collection of a note for $315.90 made
by V. I. Sanchez and endorsed by
J. B. Rutherford, agent of the In
Cane Against Garcia Reinstated.
The case of the Territory vs.
Mariano Garcia, charged with as
sault and battery, which case was
stricken from the docket a few days
ago, has been reinstated and was
continued until the next term of
court, which Is next March.
Aria j a on Trial.
The trial of the case of the Ter
ritory vs. Nicolas Anaya, charged
with abandoning and falling to sup
port his wife, Juliana Baca de An
aya, was commenced this afternoon.
M. C. Ortiz Is the attorney for the
defense and District Attorney Clancy,
assisted by T. C. Montoya, la con
drjeting the prosecution.
NEVADA HAS THREE
Reno, Nev. .Oct. 24. Owing to
the general feeling of unrest per
vading financial circles, Governor
Sparks Ilum declared today, Friday
and Saturday legal holidays. All
banks throughout the state are tak
ing advantage of the respite to get
their affairs in such shape as to
make failure Impossible. One mil
lion dollars 1s expected on the train
Art squares. $3 and up. Futrelle
Rubber overshoes, damp feet will
walk you to an early grave. It's wise
to keep your feet dry with our ser
viceable rubbers. All sizes for men,
women and children. C. May's shoe
store, 314 West Central avenue.
INCE. BANCE. BANCE AT CO
IOMIIO HLL KATIRBAY MGHT.
GK-VnJlMKS &Oc. LA1UES FREE.
TOO LATE TO CTjASSIFT.
LOST A heavy black leather music
roll, full of sheet music. Return to
lo North Second street. Reward.
FOR SALE Three-room bix hou.--,
$H00. Lot worth the price. Dale
Realty Co., 100 South Broadway.
FOH SALE Modern 7-room frame,
12.250. Dale Realty Co., 100 Soutn
FOR RELN'T A few nicely furnish
ed rooms, by the week or month.
Steam, .heat and all modern con
veniences. No invalids. Hotel
Cratge. Silver i?enue, between
First and Second streets.
THERE IS NO CHARITY
WARD AT ST. JO
Sisters Make No Dlscrlmlna-
Hon Between Those With
Money and Those Without.
Every room In St. Joseph's hos
pital is occupied and some rooms
have two 'patients in them. The
wards also are full, yet as .the Sister
of Charity in charge said, "there is
always room for one more." The
need for greater hospital occommo
dations In this city is most urgent
as many patients who are now cared
for in private houses would be glad
to live In a sanitarium, where great
er facilities for treating patients are
"The work of the St. Joeph's hos
pital in caring for the sick has been
of inestimable value to this commu
nity. Equipped as it Is with all the
modern apparatus and conveniences
neceswary for a hospital, no cleaner
or more sanitary home could be pro
vided for the sick than here. To
accommodate the ever Increasing
number of patients, a number of
tents are being erected on the hos
pital grounds and for the tubercular
cases especially, these are a great
blessing. These tenta are provided
with steam heat, electric light, run
ing water and in every way adjusted
to the needs of a patient.
So Charity Ward.
"We have no charity ward here."
said the tdster when asked where
that apartment was located, "but we
have plenty of charity patients. AH
are treated alike whether the hos
pital receives a cent of pay or not."
"An average of .seven thousands
days a year is the record of the in
stitution in caring for charity pa
tient in the hospital. Thus It is
seen that a large proportion of the
Inmates are fared for free of cost
to themselves. It costs the hospital
Just as much however, to care for a
charity patient as Jt does for one
who pays for what he receives. To
show that no dfference In treatment
Is accorded to those who ere des
titute, it may be mentioned that in
many instances the nurses are "not
aware which- patients are dependent
upon charity and which are able to
Cheerful Polite Ijohh,
With all the sickness In evidence
the St. Joseph's sanitarium is not a
cheerless place. TJie rooms are
bright and airy, everything Is spot
lessly clean, the nurses are models
of patience and good nature and
the patients themselves radiate hope
and contentment. Smiles are more
common and more genuine in the
hospital .than on the business streets
of the city and the reason for smil
ing is not so apparent. One of the
most cheerful members of that big
household at the edge of the mesa is
a charity patient who has lost both
of his legs. Thtls patient, a young
man by the cheerful name of Ghlpy,
has become very popular in the two
months that he has been a resident
at the sanitarium; instead of be
moaning his fate, he rolls around in
his wheel ohair disseminating cheer
and enjoying life. Jle never lacks
for a Joke to tell, he never Is with
out a smile and he tries .to make
himself useful. It would seem Im
possible that a sick man without
legs could be of much use anywhere,
but not so with Ohipy. He Is strong
with his fingers and possessed of a
willing spirit. When It comes to peel
ing potatoes in the kitchen or per
forming other duties which require
only the service of his hands, he is
in his element.
J low Ghlpy Ijoxt HI In'gw.
It will 'be remembered that Uhipy
Is the young man w.ho fell from a
freight train near Belen some time
ago and was brought to Albuquer
que. For several hours he was left
lying in the local baggage room to
await a disposition of his case. The
county authorities refused to care
fur him; the city authorttes had no
power to provide for him; Uie San
ta Fe railroad disclaimed any re
sponsibility in the matter and so it
was a problem what should be done
with the poor unfortunate. Finally
Father MaiuUilarl was notified and
he had Ghlpy placed in St. Joseph's
hospital. It will be several months
yet before he will be able to leave.
Previous to his latest accident he
had one leg cut off a little 'below the
knee end now his other leg has been
cut off to match. After he leaves
the hospital he will be equipped
with leather shoes for his knees.
(Wing for I'atientH.
The twelve nurses and fifteen sis
ters besides those employed in the
kitchen, laundry and other depart
ments, are all kept busy carrying on
the work of the hospital. The nurses
work in relays and night and day
they are In attendance, and beside
thelt work they much spend certain
hours In study. The doctors of the
city take turns in rendering free ser
vices to the charity patients; each
doctor doing duty a month at a time.
The generosity of the local physi
cian in thus contributing to the wel
fare of the Institution is highly ap
preciated by the sisters. Two or
three times a week the dectors give
lectures for the benefit of the nurses
and these lectures are given free.
A I'lau of Humanity.
St. Joseph hospital is but one of
ta many Institutions founded by
the Sisters of Charity whose mother
house is situated at Cincinnati, O.
'About seven hundred sisters are
members of this sisterhood and all
are Americans. Mount St. Joseph,
the mother house is located on an
eminence overlooking the beautiful
Ohio river and at this place those
Misters who are incapacitated for ac
tive service by age or physical ail
ments, find a permanent home. The
chspel of the boms Is one of the
finest in the country and contains a
beautiful marble altar from Italy, a
gift to the home. This sisterhood
has hospitals, infant and orphan asy
lums, schools and other Institutions
In Michigan, Ohio, Tennessee, Colo
rado and New Mexico.
IlMmp lomy Headed Party.
In the BO's, under the leadership
of the good Bishop La my. a number
f sisters first came to New Mexico
by way rf the famous Santa Fe trail.
They were attacked by Indians and
suffered grievous hardships as pio
neers of hospital work In the terri
tory. When . the railroad came
through they established hospitals
all along the line for railroad men.
The first hospital was founded in
Santa Fe and later those at Pueblo,
Trinidad, Colorado Springs and Al
buquerque were established.
The Ijlttlo Chanel Tlietr Fort.
The patients at the local sanitar
ium come from all parts of the un
ion and if the Institution were larger
a great many more would come
here. When asked how the sisters
could keep up spirit in this work of
caring for the sick day after day
and year after year, the sister lead
the way to the chapel and said:
"Here Is whirs we pray. Here Is
where we get our courage."
SEEK CLEAR TITLE TO
CANADA LOS ALA
In the district court this morning
there was reflled a Valencia county
case entitled: Epifanlo Miera. Filo
mena Chacon de Mlera, Juana Mar
tin, Josefa Martinez de Felix, Miguel
Felix, Refugio Martinez, vs. J. W.
Acres, Filomena Porea de Otero, the
unknown heirs of Bernardo de Miera
y Pacheco, deceased', and all un
known heirs of lands hereinafter de
scribed. The plaintiffs are the own
ers of the Canada de - lo Alamos
grant, a tract comprising 4.106 acres
and they pray that a partition of the
property be made according to the
rights of the several parties hereto,
and that the defendants he required
to come in and prove their respective
interests In said premises or be for
ever barred, and if a partition can
not be made without material injury
to the rights of the respective own
ers of said premises, then for ft snle
and division of the proceeds. Alonzo
B. McMlllen is the attorney for the
Since bicyclists first gained their
wonderful vogue great interest has
ben evinced at the number and va
riety of tricks that could be accom
plished upon the wheels. Each troupe
of expert cyclists try to outdo the
other in hazardous accomplishments
and many are the difficult tricks
performed upon the whirling wheels
Dut it remained Tor the Avallnns, a
troupe ot seven young men and wo
men dare devils, to invent all new
feats of a sensational nature. Norrls
& Rowe brought the troupe from
Europe, where they were a sensation
for several seasons in .the huge hlp-
portromes or England, France and
Oermany. Admirers of trick and
fancy riding are legion and those
who ride at all can best appreciate
now difficult are the tricks perform
ed by the Seven Avallons. Upon the
high elevated stage under the mam
moth waterproof tents of the Norrls
& Rowe big tent, the Avallons exe
cute a number of the most astonish
ing and breath compelling maneuv
ers. Down they dash, the seven In
a row with their arms entwined.
then go rapidly Into various figures.
then the girls mount upon the
shoulders of the young men three
and four high and from their dizzy
perch aloft they gracefully turn back
somersaults to the ground, then
comes the difficult fancy trick and
rough riding until one gazes in spell
bound admiration of the flying grace
ful figures. 1
It is Indeed a wonderful act and
sends the b!g audiences away won
dering how on earth the young men
and women accomplish such seem
ingly impossible tricks. The Aval
lons are but one of more than a hun
dred act that will be seen when
Norrls ft Rowe exhibit at Albuquer
que Friday, October 25th.
Kansas fit y ' 1 ,1 veMock .
Kansas City, Oct. 24. Cattle re
eelpts, 7,000. Market strong to 10
cents lower. Southern steers $2.75 fi
4.00; southern cows $2.00 3.25;
stockers and feeders Z.75(fi4.60:
bulls $2.40iff3.75; calves $3.25t
6.6: western steers $23.60 4.60.
Sheep receipts 4.000. Market 10
cents lower. Muttons $ 4.75 i't 6.65:
lambs $6.00$j) 7.25; range wethers
$4.75i5.60; fed ewes $4.2596.76.
Chicago, Oct. 24. Cattle receipt
11.000. Market 10 cents lower. Beev
es $8.65r(t 7.25; cows $1.25 R 6.10:
calves $5.00 7.60: Texans $3.60t
4.40;; westerns 3.25ib.85; stockers
and feeders $2.40 'if 4.45.
Sheei) receipts 20.006. Market 10
to 25 cents lower. Western $2.75 ifi
5.60;; yearlings 15. 30fi6.10; lambn
$4.757.40; western $4.7S7.40.
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, Oct. 24. Close:
Wheat Iec. 9Si i May 1.05
Corn Dec. 57; May 5914.
60 'i 'it H: May ht.
$14.75; May $15.05.
K.D.'4: May $8.55
$7.67 V4 U 7 70;
St. Ixnils Wool Market.
St. Louis, Oct. H. Wool steady;
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THE REMANCE ELECTRIC COMPANY g
SKILLED WORKMEN FINK STOCK
502 West Central Telephone 131
t Bookkeeper, familiar with I
t most Intricate systems, wants
evening work. Expert. Address
Bookkeeper, cure Citizen.
WIMj make the yocxo grow
STHOXQ AND HEALTHY
-good, wholesome, nourishing bread,
far better fhan meats, and Just whit
the childish bodlea want with miik
and fruits. Lots of good, rich, ved
blood cornea coursing after the eat
ing of pure wheat, rye or graham
bread from Balling's bake shop.
207 South First St.
Equip themselves to get the game.
Are you thoroughly equipped In the
hunt for business? Loose Leaf De
vices Special Ruling and Blank
Books Rubber Stamps, Paters, etc,
MODERN OFFICE APPLIANCES
that are used in the business hunt.
We Carry a Full Line
H. S. LITKGOW
Rubber Stamp Maker
312 W. Eold Ave.
A WARM PROPOSITION
These cold mornings and evenings
remind us of warm underwear,
blankets, and quilts. We have got
them. Before you buy call and com
pare quality and price.
A good fleece ribbed garment for
women at 25c, others 50c to $1.25.
Agood fleece ribbed garment for men
35c, others 60c to $1.25. Children's
underwear 15c to 40c, as to sixes.
Blankets 60c to $10. Quilts $1 to
CASH BUYERS' UNIOIk
, 122 North Second
IT WILL PAY YOU
to walk down two blocks and' get a I
$28 suit for $17.50, a $22 suit for
$14.50, a $25 overcoat for $16 and
a $20 overcoat for $12.50.
Cash E. MAHARAM'Sw Credit
919 Weet 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'll be glad that
"STACY DID IT
PlKne 741. 325 South 2nd St.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Sot of Teetb 4a a
Gold Filling $1.50 tip W" II
Gold Crowns fa ft
Painless Extracting.. .SOe r
ALL WORK ABSOLFTTXT GUAR
DBS. COPP and PETTTT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO BLDO.
TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK
(He U Bald Behind.)
The proper time to consider the seri
ous consequences of long continued
Eye btrulu Is
The highest authorities declare that
75 to SO XT cent of all lieadaottes
are due to Eye Strain. It Is one of
the most common symptoms 'but
there are many others. Come In
and let us explain your case. Ex
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
114 V. Central Ave. Phone 452.
cinumEvs winter ttnder-
W'KAK AT REDUCED PIUCI, TO
CUMsK OUT THE STOCK. MRS. M.
C. WIIO.V, 224 WEST GOLdJ.
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
30Q-3IO CENTRAL AVENUE
Arrangements Completed for Handling
In Connection with the former
EVERYTHINGBOTH LINES-BEST QUALITY
LOMORI & CO.
323 SOtJTII SECOND. PHONE 791.
A. O. BH.ICKE and JOHN S. MITCItEIJj invite their friends to mate
New Mexico headquarters at
The Hollenbcck Hotel
Lot Angeles, California
Tour friendship and patronage la appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to guests la a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
setter than ever. LocaUen convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door.
Iirxle Cycle Co.
208 1-2 West' Gold w
BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS
KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING i
YOU CAN SAVE
A checking- account will not only help you to spend
your money economically, but it will also aid you
to tave 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.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
Cor. Gold Ave. & Is! St.
Cleanest Rooms In the City
Owen Dinsdall, Frop.
MaUrense. made oxer at Oi&a. I
Keppt-ler'a 817-19 South Second.
It you want anything on earth, you
can get It through the want columns
of The Evening Citizen. We tret re
CLEAN CAS COKE.
SMITH IN i COATj.
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A Quick and Safe Remedy for Bowel
Twenty years ago Mr. Geo. W.
Brock discovered that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Ularrhoea Reme
dy was a quick and safe cure for
bowel complaints. "During all of
these years," he says, "1 have used
Man of the House
Nothing is more Popu
lar nowadays than a
Chiffonier or Bache
We show them in all grades, and
newest patterns, and all desira
ble finishes. Prices all the way
$10.00 to 75.00
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Ski
Tanks, H o t
305 West Gold
The far lata n
Beauty Parlors a
nu jaara rourtb si.
Hair Dretsloi Fetal Massats C
Soampeolof Electrolaals M
Scalp Treatnest Manlcsrlsi H
We manufacture all kinds D
or dies' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches, Pompa
dours, PufTa. WIks, etc.
KEAli HAIH NETS
Sanitary French Hair Rolls.
The new pomp Wave. All
shades to be worn nnder the
hair Instead of ruffing one's
own novelties In back and site
Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter,
recommended It mu ilnua
nd the results have never yet disap
jlnted me." Mr. Rrnclr la mihiiaK.
r me Aberdeen, lid., EnterprUs.
For sals by all druggists.
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