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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY KVKXIXG, JUNK 30, 1003.
oo--- OOOO Saving Sale OK Men's and Boys' Ccihlrg Furnishing Goods Hots, Shoes and Trunks little homo of Mrs. Antone Kcnhan, at 2121 Sixteenth street, and seizing the woman while she slept, kicked and beat ho Into Insensibility, bound he ankles with a ope, tied he hands be hind he back and gagged he with a handkerchief. They left her lying on i her fare and unaMe to move she I strangled to ut ath. This morning the l body wus found by the neighlors. Three suspects have been arrested and two of them offered rcslstenre. The murdered woman was a Syrian. The suspects are also Syrians, one' of thc-.r being a woman. Reduction on our Entire Stock of Men and Boys clothing. Nothing Reserved. Our prices are always from 10 to 2o per cent lower than else- .1 . 1 j 1 ' . . I r t i.-.-s.nt -i-,l n,f i ,-n where in ine cny anu wi;s fii?.ii 5 ci cuuv.wu will make our prices less than other merchants pay for $ their clothing. Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. THEY'RE OFF. Ex- THE REPORT OF E. V. CHAVES of the Institution, is apt to grow Indif ferent and negligent. Respectfully submitted, E. V. CHAVES. (Concluded from page one.) has not been Impeached. These wit nesses are: Mrs. fc.Ha Schlott, Miss Kate Ground, F. J. (iehrlng, Manuela Chaves de Jaramlllo, Cornelia Oalln dro, Virginia Maestas and others. 8. That the body of one Mary Leon ard, a patient, was opened by Dr. Moh lan, with the consent of Dr. Tipton, the medical superintendent, the object for doing so being to ascertain whether or not the patient was pregnant, and al- so to have an articulated skeleton in the institution for scientific purposes The flesh of the body was removed, placed in a Boap box and burled in the graveyard of the institution. The bones and the barrel were forgotten and no awnr rmt w.a nut in It nnA flnallv the barrel- itself went to pieces for the -want of water, the bones fell to the sroond, and a patient seeing them threw them over the fence surround ing the Institution. One Dr. Da Costa, who was then acting as assistant sup erintendent, found these bones about two months ago a period or about three years atter they were first plac ed In a barrel. Two of the members of the board of directors of the asylum then picked the bones up. la this Instance of Mary Leonard great carelessness Is shown loth In the medical superintendent, who had knowledge of this matter, and In the other employes, who being on the grounds dally could by very mtle ef fort (almost none at all) have discov ered the human boneB of this unfortu nate woman, Vho at leaet was entitled to have her bones covered by mother earth. 9. In the Dr. Mohlau matter the evi dence shows in euect the same facts as are found by the majority of the committee. 10. That the medical superintendent, W. It. Tipton, stands high as a man and a citizen, as well as a physician, and hal almost as good a knowledge of the Spanish language as he has of the AJDglish. That the medical superintendent had no knowledge of the unusual, cruel and inhuman treatment visited upon the patients by the inferior employes of the institution, as hereinbefore set forth, and the evidence further shows that in one or two instances, where such came to hia knowledge, the cul prits were either discharged or repri manded; except In the Mary lonard ' case, where It was shown that he had knowledge of that matter. In view of the above facts and of the evidence adduced on investigation, 1 am forced to conclude that tue Insti tution la susceptible to a great deal of improvement, and In my opinion the change that would have more satisfac tory results would be a provision for the payment of the superintendent of a salary sufficient to justify him and require blm to devote his time exclu sively to the management of the In sane asylum. By Wing continuously in the Institution, Instead of about three hours daily that be now attends, he would be more apt to discover the In efficiency of his inferior employes, and their mismanagement of the detail work of the Institution, a such occur. I do not think, as the majority of the committee believe, that the employ ment of an assistant superintendent to reside permanently at the Institution would produce tne desired result, for the reason that an as.Istaut, the same as other employes, not having the full responsibility of the management THE POPE. He Walks in the Beautiful Gardens ol the Vatican. Rome, June 30. The pope descend ed to the Vatican gardens this morn ing for the first time this year, and was driven about for an hour and a half. He Beemed to enjoy uie air lm mensely, and noticed changes made lr. the gardens. He was especially Inter ested in the growth of the vines plant ed by himself and made inquiries re garding the prospects of vintage When the pope returned to his apart ments he seemed not in the least fa t!gued and received several bishops. MINE EXPLOSION. Two Hundred Miners Are Imprisoned and In Danger, Rawlins, June 30. A terrlole ex plosion occured In the Cowe mines In Hanna, Wyo., about 10:30 this morning. Nearly two hundred are said to have been In the mine at the, time of the explosion. It Is said that the mine took fire Immediately and the relief force which organled at once to rescue the entombed miners have so far been unable to approach the en- tiance to the mine on account of the atnse smoke. Unless the unfortunate workmen are soon relieved it Is not believed that any will be found alive. Hanna Is on a branch line from Allen Junction and particulars of the explosion are very bard to obtain. Tor the Manzano Mountains to plore the Great Cave Ruins. Edward Jonnson. who discovered a great cave In the Manzano mountains several days ago, as related in The Citizen of yesterday, and Professor A. It. St roup, superintendent of the pul he city BchoolB, left today for the Man zano mountains. They go to further explore the cave -ound by Mr. Johnson. They car ried provisions for two weeKS and went prepared to make a thorough In vestigation. When Mr. Johnson (lis covered the cave be was short of pro visions and did not have much time to explore it, which is said to be some 250 feet deep and nearly as wide. There was all kinds of relics on the ground in form of pottery and stone tools and pipes and will probably prove 1 valuable discovery for the archaeo- igist. Professor Stroup belongs to the Albuquerque History club and will have something to report when he re turns home. STERILIZED BARBER SHOP. A Famous Shop In the Carrollton Ho tel, Baltimore, Maryland. The barber shop In the Carrollton hotel, lialtlmore. Md., sterilizes evtV tblng It uses In the shop. The steriliz ing is done by heat. The towels, the razors, the strops, the soap, the combs and blushes are all sterilized before be ing used on a customer. Where there Is no sterilization, have the bar ber use Newbro's Herplelde. It kills the dandruff germ and It Is an antisep tic for the scalp, and for the face after shaving. All leading barbers every where appreciate these potent facts Hbout !!;;pleido. and they use it. " De stroy the cause, you remove the ef 'ect ." "Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c In stamps for sample to The Her plelde Co., Detroit. Mich. B. H. Briggs & Co., special agents. The Uarelas bridge, which suffered some damage from the recent flood, hae been repaired and Is again passable. Miss Fay ..nne, of Fort Worth, Texas, Is in the city visiting her aunt Mrs. K. E. Sherman. Miss I.ane Is an accomplished musician. Do You Enjoy What You bat? If you don t your food dots not do you much good. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is the remedy that every one should take when there Is anything wrong with the stomach. There Is no way to maintain the health and strength of mind and body except by nourish ment, 'lucre Is no way to nourish ex cept through the stomach. The stomach must be kept healthy, pure and eweet or the utrength will let down and disease will set up. No op petite, loss of strength, nervousness, headache, constipation, bad breath, sour risings, rifting, indigestion, dys pepsia and all stomach troubles arc c,;ilckly cured by ti.e use of Kodo Dyspepsia Cure. Sold by H. H. Brlgg: it Co. and S. Vann ti Ho:i. W. U Horn, the accommodating joung man who sells tickets at the lo jcal station, expeits to leave Thursday for a visit to Toj.eka, Kas. Worst of All Experiences, Can anything be worse than to feel that every minute will be your last? Such was the experience of ...rs. S. H. Newson, Decatur, Ala. "For three years," she writes. "I endured Insuf ferable pnin from Indigestion, stomach and bowel trouble. Death seemed In evitable when doctors and all reme dies failed. At length I was Induced to try Electric Bitters and the result was miraculous. I improved at once and now I'm completely recovered." For liver, kidney, stomach and bowel croublcs Electric Bitters Is the only medicine. Only 50c. It's guaranteed by all druggists. Ladles and Children invited. All ladies and children who canno' stand the shocking strain of laxativs syrups, cathartics, etc., are invited to try the famous Little Early Risers. They are different from all other pills, laey do not purge iue system. Even a double dose will not gripe, weaken or sicken; many people call them tho Easy Pill. W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex., says nothing better can be use for constipation, sick headache, etc. Bob Moore, Lafayette, Ind., says all others gripe and sicken, while De Witt's Little Early Risers do their work well and easy. Sold by B. H Briggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son. Subscril for The Citizen. Police Court. James Simmons and Crla Roscoe were on the bench the last June day In Judge Crawford s court. Both were intoxicated yesterday. Both got five days. The receipts this month were $530. This Is turned Into the city treasury. Natatorlum. Open every day from 10 to 10. Fri day afternoon for ladles only. Warm water; elegant plunge. 504 North First street. Phone 501. New Mexico corporation laws, com piled to date, price $1. HUGO SEA BERG, Springer, N. M. o Remember the place and make no mistake for prices on feed. J. F. Pal mer cannot be beat. 501 North First street; telephones, automatic, 144; bell 22. o TO LOAN. To Loan $3,000 on Improved real estate. . Room 9, Cromwell building. Notice. All members of local A. F. of L. No. 10957. not pr-3vnt at the next regular meeting, July 2, at 8 o'clock sharp will have their places filled by guards or thev will be sent after. By order of Thomas F. Deyre, President. Terrible Disaster. Hanna, Wyo., June 30. The worst coal mine disaster in the history of Wvomlne occurred in mine No. 1 of the Union Pacific Coal company today, when a terrific explosion took place. Two hundred men were working In the mine at the time. The explosion set fire to the mine and at this time it Is impossible to give the loss of life. Not less than twenty men were killed out right and although the mine is ventil ated well anu provided with many ave nues of escape the loss of life will be very large. Not a man has yet been raised to the Biirtace. A large numler of men are working for the elease of the mines and to extinguish the llamcs. Strawberry, vanila and chocolate Ice cream, fruit sherbet. Delaney's, Bell phone 98. Local Blacksmiths' Union. The Blacksmiths' union of the Santa Fe railway shops meets on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. A special meeting will be held on the first Wednesday of July. FIRST ANNUAL BALL. The first annual ball of the Protec tive Order of Porters, No. 11075, at Odd Fellows' HaH. July 4, 1903. Goo.l music. Don't n.Iss it. Admission 75 cents. Ladies free. Elgin. Monarch and Cluett shorts all the new color combinations an-- white, pleated, f 1.00 and $2.50 SI MON STERN, the Railroad avenue clothier. Comfort Pleasure and Style Is What it Means to You When You Get One of Our Vehicles LOW J KICKS AND EASY TBHMS Look over oar large stock of all kinds of Vehicle?, Harnesses, Sad dles and Saddlery. We have what you want at money saving prices J. KORBEk & CO. Corner First St and Copper Ave. Albuquerque. New Mexict. INVENTORY -MMUKH( .BSl is just being ken of our stockanJ we are changing he price of every article in our store. i art iinij raiiij m mm mm 0. W. STRONG'S SONS r URMT URE AND ACCESSORIES 1 JL 1 tfr:E2&SHfl '8 v E SIRS We have a sui prise to spring cn July in the way of prices MIf you are in need of anything in the way of household goods Wait Until Then ...Nothing Helps,.. THE STAY AT HOMES TO "STICK IT OUT" MORE THAN THE DAILY BATH. WE HAVE ALL THE RE QUISITES. A FRESH SUPPLY OF SPONGES, BRUSHES, TOWELS, BATH MITTS, SEA SALT, TOILET WATERS, ETC., ETC. WILLIAHS' ..Prescription Pharmacy.. 117 W, Railroad Avenue Auto. 'Phone 458 Colo. 'Phoce 63 Comfort Swing Chair Made entirely of tnetl and fancy colored canvas. The material I. light and firmly braced, riniehed In black enamel. Folds compactly, occupy ing space of only 41x31 inches. Is set up or folded by removing only four stove bolts. Perfectly simple. IT'S EASY To be Comfortable in the Comfort Chair. You learn the secret of it all when you're in the chair. You can sit in the chair just as in any ordinary chair and then if you like, stretch your self out into a full reclining position. The Chair just follows every movement of the body, without any effort on your part; you can swing or not as you please. Call and sit In It and satisfy yourself. This costs you nothing. The Chair itself costs you $ J.OO W. V. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. West End Viaduct Sale Agents. Wood seat arm rockers, $2.25; cob- lor goat arm rockers, 2.50, cano seat sewing rockers, $1.50; cots, $1.75 an.l up; Iron beds, $3.75 and up; steel fold ing bed couches and steel folding beds In great variety and prices the lowest; cash or time. Futrelle Furniture Co . West end of viaduct. No Negotiations. St. IWendmrK, June 30. The follow ing semiofficial statement was issued today: "There have been no negotiations between Russia and the United States in regard to President Roosevelt's In tention to forward to the Russian gov ernment a petition from American Jews concerning event at Kishineff. BLOODY SLAUGHTER. Ten Thousand Africans Slain by the British Forces. London, June 30. The war office re ceived today a dispatch from Colonel Rochefort, one of the British officers serving with the Aliysslnian forces In Soma-liland, which says that after a series of forced marches they struck the Mad Mullah's forces near Jeyd, surprising them et dawn and killing 10,000 spearmen and capturing almout all their cuttle and sheep and 1.000 camels. WOMAN STRANGLED. Horrible Oct of Syrian Thugs in City of Denver. Denver, Colo., June 30. Thugs slip ped through the tide window of the I We r neadquurters ror lao r-u' tains, draperies and portieres. Aihr- K&hpr. 305 Railroad avenue. Summer Excursions via the D. & R. C. Railroad. RcFlnning June 5 the Penvcr f- H'c Grande railroad will sell summer ex cursion tickets from Santa Ke at the following very low prices: Kanta Ke to Denver and return. $22.55. Santa Ke to Pueblo and return return, $17.55. Santa Ke to Colorado Springs and $l.5u. Santa Ke to Glenwood Springs and return, $28.66. Stopovers allowed at an-1 north o! Pueblo and stopovers will be allowed in either direction for parties desiring to make any of the following side trips at one fare for the round trip viz: Sal Ida to points between (lunnl son and Cimarron, Alamosa to all points on Creede branch and from An tonito to Pagosa Springs. Tickets will be on sale until October 15th and are good returning until Oc tober SI. J. B. DAVIS, Agent, Santa Ke, N. M. S. K. HOOPER, Gen. Pass and Ticket, Agt., Denver, Colo. mm I I - A Or:. a-..?'r.;--V,1''S' h Wedding Presents for June Brides In these days when so many hearts are made as one, and when so many wedding rumors are in the air, one wonders "What shall I give for my wedding present?" Let us suggest to you Fine Cut Glass "Llbby" glass of course. It Is the very best. None so good, and the prices are no higher than others charge for ordinary makes. We have nice little pieces as low as $2.00 to $5.0(1 ( Beautiful designs at higher prices. T. r. MAYNARD 119 SOUTH SECOND STREET Mail orders receive prompt attention Open Evenings Bachechi & Ciomi.. Wholesale Dealer In WINES, LIQUORS, CIGARS AND BAR SUPPLIES . . . Agents "for Lemp's St. Louis Drought and bottled Beers; also Hunter Rye, Old Plantation and Edgevvood Whiskies, THIRD Meai Market .i T tm and soli itktife SfCM SAUSAGE FACrOkV. ErYUL KLEINWORT, VA-UNIC BUILDING. N. THIRD PRICES GIVEN ON APPLICATION 109 South First Street t Albuquerque, N. Mex. D. DUITMAN UKl'AIKEl? OK Wind Mills and Pumps Atfent Anniotor Wind MUIh ami Kepairs Job Carpentering and Painting ALHUQUE1IQUK Leave orders at Dunbar's office. Residence 717 S. Edith St f"0 3ALE--OW papers. 25 rents per 'MTdr .df at th Cltjien offlce. Citizen "want ads" bring results. Mrs. tiauiuiui, at ner pui'.oi:., -N'o 05 South First street, over the Hyde Rxplorlng Expltton store. Is prepared cc give thorough scalp treatment, de aalr dressling. treat corns, buniom and Ingrowing nails. She gives ma sage treatment and manicuring. Mr Bambini's own preparations of com plexlon cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion, and are guaranteed not to be Injurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dandruff and bair talllut. jut; restores life to dead hair; re moves moies, wans ana superr.uou nulr. Give her a trial. She also has a very fine tooth powder which she guarantees to he free from all metallic substances. It perfumes the breath hardens the gums and makes the teelt clean and while, it is hignly recom mended by all first class dentists. Al so a face povder, a freckle cure, ant1 pimple cure, nd pile cure. All o these preparations are purely vegeta ble compounds. Give her a Ual Automatic telephone 490. ft BP Alaska Refrigerators "The World's Best" All Hard Wood, Charcoal Filled, White Knamel lined Car Load Just Received WHITE. MOUNTAIN Ice Cream Freezers Ice Picks and Ice Shredders Etc. Full Line of Gaso line Stoves and Summer Kitchen Utensils. WHITNEY CO WHOLESALE 113-115-117 Houtli First Btieet Albuquerque, New Mexico