Newspaper Page Text
ALHUQUKKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905.
STRANGE TALE OF DOG
THAT INVADED A CHURCH
CURIOSITY LED TO HIS INSPECTING THE GALLERY. WITH ASTON
FOR FAIR WEEK
VVEST HAILROAD AVENUE
'.SECOND ""THIRD STREETS
II I i I J w
I ' LLJ J' Tvi i V--
'till , ,r-2.L8l.,. t I " -J
The traditional bull in a china shop
was hardly a circumstance for excite
ment compared with a dog In a church
at Appleton, Wis.
The dog, a very Mr one, followed
its owner into St. Joseph's curch dur
InK the Portiunela service, when fully
2,000 people were at worship.
Being of an inquisitive turn of mind,
the doR started on a tour of inspec
tion, which led him up the stairway
to the dimly lighted pallet y. Here
the curious canine succeeded in lostns
himself. Eveidently he also worked
himself into a panic.
At any rate, a little later, a Mrs.
Verstegen, of Grand Chute, who had
been kneeling with bent head, gave
rent to a shreik that brought the en
tire congregation to Its feet.
A dark object Tiad flashed through
the air and had fallen on the woman's
shoulders. A reioit spread that a
child had toppled from the gallery
and many women fainted.
When order was somewhat restored,
the real cause of the commotion was
discovered. It was a very badly scared
dog, that will probably never fully un
derstand how it was that in endeavor
ing to escape from weird and unfamil
iar surroundings he jumped over a gal
lery railing, expecting to find a floor,
but insteda landed plump In a church
filled with people.
Mrs. Verstegen was not injured, but
was for a time hysterical from fright
'PRESS AGENT" FOR
THE PANAMA CANAL
JOS. 111CKUN UlSHOP.
Joey B. is the New York newspaper
felier who has been appointed execu
tive secretary of the Isthmian Canal
Commission, at the tidy salary of $10,
000. Executive secretary is a pretty
hot title, but they say Joey's Job is
to write nire things abou: the canal
LAND TO THE DAM
DR. J. H. CAI LEY SAYS ALL WILL
SOON EE SIGNED IN MESILLA
Dr. J. H. Bailey is in El Paso from
Mesilla. making arrangements for sell
ing his apple crop, which he says is
very large this year, says the Her
ald. He says the people are Jubilant
over the prospects of getting all the
lands in the valley signed up at an
early date, so that work on the dam
Out of the 1 Ki.ooo acres which the
alley must' pledge to the dam, J)r.
Bailey says that itO.oOO are signed, and
that the count of Dona Ana has 2,000
acres and the government 15.00U
acres which are to be pledged, leav-
ing only about 3.000 acres to be sign
ed up among the land owners of the
"New people are flocking into the
valley so last that a person cannot
keep track of them," said Pr. Bailey
"Why, last week I went to a dance at
I.as Cruces and I did not know 10 per
cent of the people, anil I have lived
in the valley for the past twenty
years and thought I knew everybody
in the whole country."
CO'JNTY NOT ONE YEAR
OLD, HOLDS A FAIR.
Tho first annual Torrance county
fair has proven a complete success and
the management Is well pleased with
the outcome, says the Estancia News.
The exhibitions were of the very
best. Every one, on entering the hall,
would stand and look In amazement
at the wonders displayed, for It wa-s
nothing less than wonderful to see
such immense samples of garden and
farm products, all of which, were
grown in Torrance county, and the
larger part without any artificial Ir
rigation. It was indeed an eye-opener
to every one, and to none more so
than the management of the fair.
HIGH FINANCIER IN
Because it is backed by a reliable
house of many years standing whose
guarantee is asgood as cold.
' THt: COUPONS. -
CEO. W. i'iulitUSS.
Before the Legislative Investigating
Committee in New York, Tuesday,
Edmund 1). Randolph, treasurer of the
New York Life Insurance Company,
admitted that Mr. Perkins had sold
$800,000 forth of bonds and pur
chased them two days later, after a
report to the superintendent of In
surance had been made, and that the
sole purpose of the deal was .that a
favorable and legal report might be
BOY BITTEN BY A
MEAN, VICIOUS DOG.
Oregorio Baca, son of Nicolas Haca.
of Manzano, was bitten in the face and
on the arm by a vicious dog the other
morning Just as he was starting to
Estancia. Both wounds appeared very
severe, but It Is hoped that under
treatment of Pr. Amble, nothing more
serious will result. The father dis
patched the dog in short order.
Theo. Breitenstein has done so
well in the southern league that 'ne
thinks he ought to be called up
If you art too fat it Is bacausa your food
turns to fat instead of muscla ttrangth.
If you ara too lean tha fat producing foods
that you aat ara not proparly digested and
Lean, thin, atrlncy peopl do not har
nough Pepsin in tha stomach, while fat
peopla have too much Pepsin and Bet
contain all tha digestive Juice that an
found in a healthy stomach, and In
exactly those proportions neceteary ta
nabla the stomach and digestive organ
to digest and assimilate all food that may
be eaten. Kodol is not only a perfect
digestant, but it i a reconstructive, tie
u building tonio as well. Kodol cure
Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cour Stomach.
Heartburn, Palpitation of tha Heart and
Constipatioa You will like it
Ditfests What You Eat
Rest the stomach, rebuild tha
tissue and give firm flesh.
r.torr al 1.0 JtaWIM
For sale by all druggists.
THIS YEAR'S HAT
By Cynthia Grey.
A fall hat appeared in my milliner's
window. I went In.
My milliner is a strikingly hand
some woman. Any Tiat made is be
coming to her. So she sells her hats
by showing them on her own head.
She is usually most polite. This
time she put on first one hat and
then another, and with every hat
turned her back full upon me.
It occurred to me suddenly that
about all there is to hats is their
When you buy a hat look well to
the back. A hat without the right
kind of a back is not half a hat.
It really doesn't matter so much
about the front. Just so it has folds
" mil i ii 1 1 i it- --
or lines that run gracefully Into the
display at tin; back it will do.
The bat back is bent, undulated,
twisted ainl trimmed in most fetch
No. 1 hows a white felt shirtwaist
hat. Tiic edge of the brim is bound
AND ALL OTHER WEEKS
i . 1 1 , . , i ,
THE STORE OF RELIABILITY, OFFERS TO THE BUYING PUBLIC THE FRESHEST, NEWEST AND LATEST
Staple Dry Goods, Ladies' Notions and Furnishings
Gentlemen's Furnishings and Ladies, Gentlemen's and Children Shoes
Of finer quality than sold for the same prices elsewhere in the city. The entire stock Is new no old or shelf worn goods and every sale I made
under an agreement that the purchase money will be refunded if purchasers are not satisfied In every particular. Ladles desiring the latest
fabrice in dress materials will find in stock
Silks Siciliians Mohairs Henriettas Serges Yoils Broadcloles Especial Attention Is Called to the Genthmen's Furnishings
In this stock will be found Coat Shirts, Union Undergarments, Quar-.
ter sizes in collars and the most beautiful of neckwear. Space for
bids lengthy mention of this line, but a call at the GLOBE STORE
will convince the most fastidious that further search need not be
made for apparel which meets all requirements in quality, comfort
and style and reasonabless in price.
Grand Prize Winning Shoes for Ladies, Gentlemen, Children
Our line of shoes is one of the largest In the southwest and com
prises all of the desirable styles and leathers. Diamond Brand Shoes
were awarded the highest prize for excellence by the St. Louis expo
sition experts, and "Hundreds of satisfied wearers of these shoes in Al
buquerque will testify to the Justness of that award. You can buy
shoes In any store but you can get the best only at the GLOBE
NUNS' VEILING, EOLIENNES, CREPES, FLANNELS AND SUIT
INGS IN ALL PATTERNS AND SHADES. PRICES RANGE FROM
20c TO $3 PER YARD.
Supplementing the dress goods department afe the choicest of White
Waitings, Wash Fabrics, Linings, and other staple dry goods. The
most beautiful and exclusive line of Ribbons and Neckwear is being
displayed at reasonable prices. In Ladles' and Children's Furnish
ings we carry the
Superior Mentor Underwear
In both union and two-piece-suits; excellent Hosiery, MtiBlin Undergar
ments In all grades and the Underskirts money can buy. The cele
brated C. B. Corsets in all models; prices 50c to $2.50. Ladles' Kid
Cloves, $1 per pair all saades. Nothing to equal them in the city.
Try a pair and learn what elegant kid gloves are.
TO TELL THE WHOLE STORY OF RELIABILITY AND SUPERIOR QUALITY IN DRY GOODS, NOTIONS, FURNISHINGS AND SHOES IN
A FEW WORDS, WHEN SHOPPING, FIND
B ON WEST RAILROAD AVE. When you have found that, enter the door beneath and your trouble will cease. OTTO L. RICE.
with black velvet. Black wings are
fitted Into the side notches. These
wings are Joined by white panne satin
No. 2 shows a brown and white
chenille hat. Its only ornamentation
consists of folds of white velvet about
brim and crown and a big white owl's
head with wing feathers across the
back. This is also a shirtwaist or
No. 3 Is a dress hat, one suitable
for semi-formal occasions. It tis of
black Neopolitan straw, which tthe
milliners tell us Is to be worn during
the winter and for opera and theater
hats, for the down town luncheon, etc.
The feathers are pale blue ostrich
Numerous and Worthies.
Everything is in the name when It
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that Is a specific
for piles. For blind, bleeding, itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts,
burns, bruises and all skin diseases
De Witt's Salve has no equal. This
has given rise to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for De Witt's the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
AT THE LAS VEGAS
Novelty is wliat we all want. Many
persons spend thousands of dollars
every year searching for something
new. Perhaps you're one of those who
desire newness. Take our word for
It, between September 26 and 29, you'll
find It near home.
You won't have to spend much mon
ey nor go very far to- see It, either.
Go to the Las Vegas fair and festival.
One and one-half cents per mile
each way is all It -will cost. Just $4
from Albuquerque to Las Vegas and
See the Santa Fe agent at once for
Attacked by a Mob.
and beaten. In a labor riot, until cov
ered with sores, a Chicago street car
conductor applied Bucklen's Arnica
Salve, and was soon sound and well.
"I use it In my family," writes O. J.
Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., "and find
It perfect." Simply great for cuts and
burns. Only 25 cents at all druggists.
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop Is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex
perience In the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and
repaired. The specific I use will not
injure the cloth. Ladles' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
Have your floats built and sign work
done by Stacy & Co.. the only union
sign writers in town. Quler'a old
stand. Auto phone, 464; Colorado
There are other WRITING IN SIGHT
But the I- C. SMITH BROS, by FAR
excels them all. Then it has a TAB
ULATOR and MIMEOGRAPH attach
ment, without extra charge. Corr
spondonce solicited. N. W. Alger,
general agent, 124 South Walter St.
Subscribe for The Evening Citizen.
Melini & Eakin
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND CIGAF
Exclusive Acents for Yellowsu)n
and O. F. C. Whiskies, Meet Ar Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A
H. C. Bohemian and Jos. Schlitz Milwaukee Hottled Heera, and owners anr
distributors of the Alvarad') Whiskey. Write for our illustrated catalogue an'
price list. Automatic Telephone Isrtt. Salesroom ill South First Sirci
Albuquerque New Mexico
GREETING TO FAIR VISITORS
F O R I X T I O ( i R I T Y ( ) K Q U A I, I T Y
WHAT TIFFANY IS TO NEW YORK
FOX'S JEWELRY STORE
We are prepared to furnish, on f-hort notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSt'SE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Type Boiler.
Cahall Water Tube Safety, and Re
turn Tubular Boiler. Send us your
Specification for Quotations.
New High Class
THE KNIGHTS OF THE MIDNIGHT SUN
WILL DANCE ALL NIGHT
Grand Carnival Mask Ball
ELKS HALL' SATURDAY, SEPT. 23, '05
AVOOD.M KN OWCIIKSTRA
The Happy Housewife t
Who take pride In her bread and Z
cake making knows the pleasure and 4
satisfaction to be bad by the use of J
Empress mills flour. She know her
bread will be the whitest, eweetest,
most nutritious and healthful, and her a
cakes, pies and pastry dainty, delicate
111 Went Copjier Avenue.
i vaTNarsn njnni NBrjiiBaNijvM
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
0 K The Hendrie & Bollhoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
OjQ 1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER, COLORADO
TO THE SOUTHWEST
CALL AND t-sKK TIIK KLKdANT DISPLAY
No. 215 SOUTH SECOND STREET
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We fclve on our l.rimlry work? Try it an 1 m how durable It lo.
Notice luw Ions it ke:ps It fin.-h. Y turn out lint u, white us snow
una free fiom all si-icka or wriniUi B.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. "Red Wagons''
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
M.XT TO BANK OF COMMERCE
203 W. Railroad Ave.
At Consistent Prices