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TUESDAY, AUG. 15, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
!M Qolden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during
THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
Store Close 12:30 to 2:30 during
Pay Day Bargains
T E Rfl P T A T i O N SALE
CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK
Pay Day Bargains
DRESS GOODS 20 pieces of Good
Brilliantine, 50 inches wide; in black,
navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal
and green; would be cheap at 75c a
yard. Special Price, per yacd
2.000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per
25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on
Sale at 25C
MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS
3,000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem
nants, 3 yards to 12 yards In each
piece, all worth 2'c a yard; for this
sale, per yard '
2,000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem
nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price,
per yard Qq
200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27
inches s'ie, good quality, per yard
NEW OUTING FLANNELS 500
pieces New Outing Flannel, good qual
ity, neat patterns, at the low price of,
per yard 6'.,C
100 pieces Best Plain Outing Flannels,
in white, cream, baby blue, pink and
red, very fine quality, at, per yard
CO pieces New
One Lot Women's Vests, In extra
sizes, sold for 40c; Special Sale
One Lot Women's Vests, tape neck,
worth 12i'2c; on Sals for
HERE'S A SNAP IN LADIES' HAND
KERCHIEFS 50 dozen Plain, White
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, ALL
PURE LINEN; Sale Price, each
MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS 200 Mus
lin Underskirts, In plain, Hemstitched,
Lace and Embroidery trimmed, full
sized; made of good muslin; on Sale,
5,000 yards Checked Apron Gingham,
good quality, at, per yard
5,000 yards Best Dress Ginghams,
worth 10c yard, see them; Sale Price
only, per yard Qq
5,000 yards Fine White Goods Rem
nants, 3 to 10 yards in piece, worth
up to 15c a yard; Sale Price, yard
50 pieces Table Oil Cloth, V4 yards
wide; Best Standard Quality, worth
25c a yard: your choice of patterns,
at, per yard 2,C
50 pieces Unbleached Outing Flannel,
at, per yard Qq
300 pieces New Outing Flannels, ex
tra quality, all new patterns; Sale
Price, per yard
25 dozen Best Quality Turkish Pillow
Tops, on Sale at, each
50 dozen Misses Blac,k. Fine Ribbed
Hose, the Topsy Brart quality
sold elsewhere for 20c per pair; on
Sale here for, per pair
Women's Vests, In white,
blue, sold for 12'2c; Sale
One Lot Women's Vests, sold for 25c
each; Special Sale Price, each
One Lot Women'a Vests, at, each
2,000 yards good White Walstings, 3
to 12 yards in each piece, worth up to
35c a yard, at The Tempting Price of,
per yard 12,.,C
LEAVES TONIGHT FOR
THE NAVAJO COUNTRY
Col. Sellers Going Direct to
Reservation to Secure
Indians For Fair.
L'PDECRAFF FOR STARTING JUDGE
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IS AN OLD SAYING, MEAN
ING THAT YOU GET THE
For what you give. If you will get our estimate on your electrical
work, we will give you ample opportunity to secure a double
MOTORS AND DYNAMOS FOR EVERY PURPOSE CARRIED IN
Let us supply you with fans before the hot weather begins.
Fixtures and House Wiring a specialty.
PUMPING PLANTS OF ALL SIZES FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Co..
Dental Prices Reduced
I have reduced prices in all dental
workj Full upper or lower seta of
teeth from $8 up, according to quality.
Gold filling from $2 up. Amalgam
and all other fillings, from $1 up.
Gold crowns and bridge work at great
ly reduced prices. Appointments made
by mall. Dr. D. C. Labbe, of Chicago,
W. N. MACBETH .
Rooms 24 and 25 Barnett building.
Oldest established dentist in the
FREE! FREE! FREE!
With every Gas Range, two tickets to the
Casino. Best seats in the house, free pass on
cars both way. Those who cook with gas are
there on time. Show Room Fourth and Gold
Avenue. See the Gas Man.
STOCK - MONEY METAL WOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
Bios., Correspondents for Logan
&. Bryan. Barnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 83T6
American Sugar 144'?
Atchison, common 89"
Baltimore & Ohio 114V4
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 70
Colorado Fuel & Iron 4616
Colorado Southern, first 62 V4
Coloiado Southern, second .... 40
Chicago, Great Western, common 21"
C. & 0 5Gi,4
Erie, common 48 ',i
Krle, first 85
Louisville & Nashville 1497i
Missouri Pacific I041J
Mexican Central 2374
New York Central 155
Reading, common 110
Rock Island, common 84V6
Republic Iron & Steel, common.. 214
Southern Taclflc 67
St. Paul 184'4
Southern Railway 35
Tennessee Coal & Iron 90
Texas Pacific 8&
Union Pacific, common 133
U. S. S., common 3C4
V. S. S., pfd 104 V4
Wabash, common 2o
Wabash, pfd 42
Wisconsin Central, common .... 2R
Wisconsin Central, pfd 56
O. & W 55
American Smelters 129
ENGLISH PEOPLE FIND
W. E. CURTIS FALSE
SHERIFF MUBBELL S
Governor Otero Listens to
Testimony in Charges
W. D. D. CARY, OF ISLE OF MAN,
VISITS ALBUQUERQUE AFTER
READING INFAMOUS LETTER IN
COTH SIDES SUBMIT BRIEFS
If you live on the gas mains and purchase a
Gas Stove, we set up your stove and connect
you with the gas
-cl Gak Pjncflc at Cnttt
mains free of any I
charge Ladies' see the Old Man then the
Gas Man. Fourth and Gold Avenue.
yi -t;p&?S CS-i rr-v.TisSa 1
'Mr. and Mrs. W. I). D. Cary, Isle of
Man, England," garnishes the register
at the Alvarado in a plain, bold hand.
There Is nothing so very remarkable
alout this, but any one aware that the
Isle of Man is m the Irish channel sev
enty-live miles from Liverpool would
naturally l.e attracted by It and bo-
come Interested in people so far from
Mr. and Mrs. Cary are at the Alvar
ado for two weeks and are as comedy
a couple of elderly people as one cart s
lo meet. Both are dressed In the
heighth of Knglish fashion, but not to
tiie extreme of pigginess. They are
muring the United Slates and like Al
buquerque quite well.
Mr. Carey said that ho had read
William K. Curtis' letters on Albu
querque, inn be hail not found the
town nearly so dreadful as the Kecord
Herald correspondent had painted 1'..
It. was good to hear Mr. Carey's candid
opinion of the celebrated Record-Herald
Mi. Cary looks at the country from
a point of view of business and climate,
while Mrs. Carey is greatly interested
in Mevican drawn work and the In
dians, "l took some of the drawn work
home with me last year," said she,
"and our people at home were charm
ed with it, and I must get some mor.e"
Mr. Cary has a home in Oakland,
I ut p. mis the greater part of his time
in Kii .'lau l. The Indus; ry of the Is.c
of Man is fishing, although it is famous
as a summer resort, the r.."i.ini of na
tive population Increasing in the open
seasons to iT.n.uiMi. t has an area of
thirty by twelve miles and its chief ex
ecutive is a governor appointed by the
King of I'nchuid, and the t lie there
have a dialect of their own called the
After leaving Albuquerque Mr. and
Mrs Cary will go to Oakland.
Governor Miguel A. Otero, accom
panied by Secretary J. W. Reynolds,
Traveling Auditor Charles V. Safford,
and Miss Clara Olsen, private secre
tary to the executive, arrived last
night Ironi Santa Fe.
At 10:30 o'clock this morning In
the governor's suite at the Alvarado,
was commenced the hearing of Suer
iff 1 nomas S. Hublell, of Bernalillo
county, against whom charges were
filed by District Attorney Frank V.
Clancy, charging the sheriff with mal
feasance In olilee and other Irregular
ities, c " .
Immediately upon the opening of
the court, Attorney E. W. Dohson, rep
resenting the defendant, filed an an
swer to the charges, denying them In
tot) with the exception that the sher
iff wte allowing certain saloons In
the county to run without paying the
proper licenses. As to these chargrs,
-Mr. Hubbell claims utter ignorance, In
as much as lie slated In his answer,
that his chief deputy attends to the
collection of all the liquor and gaming
licenses, and If these became delin
quent, it was through no fault of the
During the morning session testi
mony was taken in two of the charges
relative to allowing saloons to do busi
ness without a license. Witnesses
were examined first In the case of
Melquaides Mai tine, who Is it charged,
was allowed to conduct a saloon In Al
ameda without paying the customary
license. The other case was that of
I'erea and Apodaca, who It is also
claimed, were allowed to run a saloon
In Los Griegos without having to pay
inis aiteiuoon several witnesses
were examined iu regard to the charge
uiai the sheriff had tiled bills with the
board of county commissioners. In
which he charged lor feeding pris
oners that were not confined in the
county jail. After tin) examination
of witnesses on this charge Loth, sides
submitted briefs, and it is expected
that the hearing will lie closed this
evening and the governor will return
to Santa Fe tomorrow.
He will examine the briefs and tes
timony introduce.! at today's hearing,
and it is expected that he will be
;eady to render his decision In the
case against Sheriff JIuhbell, together
with those against Treasurer F. A.
Hubbell and County Superintendent I
Kslavio Vigil within the next few 1
Secretary D. K. B. Sellers, or the
territorial fair association, will leave
tonight on No. 1 for Thoreau, from'
where he will make the trip overland 1
to the Navajo reservation, a distance I
of loo miles. He will be accompanied
from Thoreau by a guide by the name
of Montoya. Colonel Sellers expects
to reach Ms destination on Wednes
day night and will try and return by
The purposo of his trip Is o secure
Indians for the fair. He Is going after
the wild and woolly kind, and expects
that the Indian attraction this yearj
will be one of the best features of the
fair. The Navajo . fire dance will
probably be reproduced, which In
itself Is a great show.
Starting Judge Is Secured.
O. I. rpdegraff. one of the most
widely known race horse men In the
middle west, has been chosen to offi
ciate as starting Judge at the races
during the fair. Mr. Updeitraff has
for eight years past presided over the
meeting at Overland Park, Denver,
and Hie fair management Is to be
congratulated on Its selection. From
here Mr. Vpdegraff will go to Las
Vegas and preside over the races to
be held theie during the northern
New Mexico fair.
More Fine Cattle Coming.
Joseph Jennings, proprietor of the
Lone Willow stock farm, at McCrack
en, Kan., has written to the secretary,
asking that Tie reserve him the best
possible stall room for the two car
loads of fine bred Hereford and Gal
loway rattle, which he will bring to
Albuquerque to exhibit at the stock
show. Mr. Jennings Is one of the lar
gest breeders of fine cattle In the
west, and It Is safe to say that he will
bring a prize winner or two among
his two cars of stock.
PINAFORE DREW LARGE
CROWD AT CASINO
SAME BILL TONIGHT THE WEEK
CLOSES WITH "FRA DIAVOLO."
As guady and as gay as a "Prince
Charming" was F. A. Wade last night
in the role of "Sir Joseph Hotter, of
the King's l.obee." Mr. Wade's smile
that "won't come off," was never more
appropriate than in this character.
and he plies It like a Trojan, with tell
ing effect. Mr. Wades characterize
tion in the tole of Sir Joseph Porter
In "Pinafore," is well taken.
Mr. Frank Hurgess, In the charac
ter of "Dick Deadeye," the ugly sailor,
is another character well taken. Mr.
llurgess Is fast becoming a warm fa
vorite at the Casino. His receptions
are visibly growing stronger, as the
Casino patrons become better ac
quainted with him.
Miss Addle Mumford, as "Little
Buttercup," did not throw Boston taf
fies at the children In the audience,
as she did at the matinee perform
ance of "Pinafore," by the Beggar
Prince Opera company, but if she had
It would probably have loaned a little
cheerful variety to the scene. There
would have been more hits made than
that made by the clothing house dum
my, which was thrown on the stage,
when little Harrold Sellers sang about
"McMannus" and his clothes. Tiny
Juanlta Horton gave a little specialty
In cake walking, and the doings of
these juvenile performers lightened
much the tedium of "Pinafore."
The crowd out was fully as large
as that present on the opening night,
when most every available space was
Jammed full and that all went away
pleased was evident from the lack of
c;iticlsm which Is usually heard on
the street cars.
"Pinafore" will be on the boards to
night and tomorrow night. Glrafle-
Girofla" will be the bill Thursday even
ing and the three nights following.
Ip Stop and Think
for a moment. What would be the use
of inviting you to our store if we did
not have the right
one visit under such circumstances
would be enough. But we want you
as a constant caller, so we make sure
Carpets and Rugs
that you can find no fault
prices you cannot criticise.
Albctt Fabei 305 Railroad Avgnge
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dram Laying
M rn gV hi
IS IT? WELL, WE GUESS1 WHEN
IT COMES RIGHT DOWN TO GIV.
ING GENUINE VALUE FOR EVERY
DOLLAR YOU 8PEND FOR PLUMB
ING, THERE IS NO ONE AHEAD Of
US. IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE
SWIM, GET GOOD, ENDURINQ
WORK AND SAVE MONEY, WE
ARE THE PEOPLE TO SEE.
J. L. Bell Co.
122 WEST SILVER AVENUB
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
Colorado Telephone Company.
Room 18, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Long Distance Trans
mitters and Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
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SANTA FE'S YOUNGEST
J. R. HITCHCOCK, NOT YET 30
YEARS OLD, HAS CHARGE OF
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA LINES.
J. R. Hitchcock, superintendent of
the Southern California lines of the
anta Fc, with 'Headquarters at San
Hi iniirilino, arrived In tbo city this
nif.inlnji in his private car, No. 414.
Ho is on his way to San Marclal,
where his father, V. H. Hitchcock, Is
master mechanic fur the Santa Fe.
Mr. Hitchcock ranks as ono of the
youngest railway olllcials in the Unit
ed Suites. He is not 30 years old,
yet lu is superintendent of ono of
t!'e Santa Fe's most important tl
t.s'ona, embracing the llne.s in south-
Have You Noticed the DomesttcFfnisb
We give on our laundry work? Try it and see how
durable it is, Notice how long it keeps its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles,
Imperial Laundry Co.
J. C. BALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS
RAINT Covers more,
looks best, wears long
est, most economical,
riftar btbkkt and coal avk.
BUILDING RARER - Aim
ways In stock. Plaster,
Lime, Cement, Ralnt,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
Attorney General GeorK W. Prlch- his present position February 1. 1005. 1
ard will also look alte r the evidence Ai ilie ti:ii,.. ,n liU promotion ho was j
..u cuuime ni' uiina ueiore tne gov-ctn. f tie: k to General Mauairer A. O.
ernor will render his decision. Mr. I W, iis. who saw in the youni; man an
1 rlchat-d was not present at the hear- exceptionally thorough railroader,
ins today. - !,.man ls I1()t a stranr In
i he hearing arouse d little interest. I Allm-pienpie. bavin resided liere home
uls'"e J" leprcseniaiives of the:y.ais a.i. While a boy. Mr. Hitchcock !
ri.-sa aim mioses, no one else not so ,1 nailers for Th e-ltlv li,,,-i.. i
: the day many of his friends called on j
i Tnnlnlit bis pMvate car will be at-l
j tacne I to the southbound train and
; lie :!1 proeed to San .Marclal, where
with It was
'iWillJAl J l IV "W:t
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladd
your heart and warm your hos
when its cold. Fill your bins tm
next winter now and avoid the rush,
American Block coal, the best Gallop
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Grea
Mill wood, Sl'.OO full load.
EureKa White Lima.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone. 416. Colo. Phone, 46
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Light room, two story,
modern frame dwelling, on cornet:
Kood location; will s, ll cheap If t.tl.
i n at once. A. Y., ( are Citizen.
re at iv
fo. s lo attend t he wedding of
GIVE YOURSELF AND YOUR
FAMILY A TREAT BY OWNING )
ONE OF OUR NEW BUGGIES OR '
SURREYS. WE MAKE PRICES TO '
ttl-L. ALBUUUEHQUE CARRIAGE :
SUN, SEPTEMBER 23.
B c 1 1 c r thnn
f L Ml- .
cniiiing s lifj.st
you as it is for your
m o n y ;
is as jmk.hI for
Sold by THE ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO., Albuquerque, N.:M.
TILL APPEAR IN CONCERT AT
K IvS O I K U A 1 1 o u s i:
Kiss It Goodbye.
The Rio Grande Woolen Mills com-!
p.my pioposo belling to the ladies of
All.iniueriiii iu the next week or two,1
; l.'i'Hj of their sklrta, that are made,
ior m rvu-e as well as for appearance,
and ihat you will save at least $-5uU
by ti:e deal, "I'licle Johnny" says to!
uu in all candor. If you want to see'
i lie dear old eale on the dollar again, !
epend your money where It will stay!
with in. Money that goes to pay for1
1:0.1. is ihat e-ome fiom New York!
wedl you might us well kiss it good-!
You can pet these fekirta at the'
Gloi.fc store. I
A C. BILICKE JNO. 5. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Rastaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ans spending the summer on the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladies' parlor and Gentle
men's waiting rooms. Meet your friends tnere. Information and
writing materials free. Ladies. and children welcome.
Ail Depot cars stop at the H ollenbeck. Electric excurdon and
beach cara paas the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
CEASES TO BE GOOD ENOUGH IF IT CAN POSSIBLY BE MADE
BETTER, IS THE RULE WE WORK BY, IN PREPARING MEDI
CINES AND PRESCRIPTIONS. FOR THE WELFARE OF THE
SICK AND FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR BUSINESS WE PUT
toRfTuHrnE,VshRtYhI7esRtT M0NEY AND SK,LL can c'ommand-
B. Ha BRIGGS & CO.,
PROPS. ALVARADO PHARMACY
ii mrmtmr and golo;avk.