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ALUUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1905. j
Get a contract for one of those beautiful 50-foot
i-ots in the
7 TERRITORIAL TOPICS
HE WAS AN OLD
TIMER IN KINGMAN.
William Sweeney, who committed
suicide, last Friday In Kingman, was
an old time resident of Mohave county
uml no rcaHon has been given tor 'hi
act. He baa been at various times
largely Interested In mining at. Chlor
ide and elsewhere about the county.
LAS VEGAS ODD
FELLOWS ELECT OFFICERS.
At the meeting of the Lfts Vegas
lodge of Old Fellows, Monday even
ing, the following officers were elect
ed: Noble grand. F. Le Due; vice
grand, Chas. W. O. Ward; secretary,
T. M.Elwood; treasurer.W. E. Crites;
trustee for three years. Fred Brefeldt;
cemetery trustee, C. V. Hedgcock.
THE LEG WILL BE
Dr. pcsmarala says that the bones
f Vivian Lucero's leg are baSfy
shattered and there are small hopes
of saving the limb, says the Optic.
The physician operated upon him yes
terday and removed a numler of small
pieces of bone. Lucero was shot
through the b'g several days ago at
ARIZONA BAR AGAINST
JOINT 8TATEHOOD BILL.
A Prescott. Ariz., special dlspatc'n
MVS- At the cloiu of the annual ban-
duet of the Northern Arizona Bar as-
nrisiHnn. .i Rtrone resolution was
unanimously adopted declaring Its nn-
nltvral.la nnnnsitlnn tn thp toint State-
hool bill and Instructing the secre
tary to forward a copy to Speaker
P3t-$iOMow Eastern. MddHion
and give it to your wife for a Christmas present
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GONE TO SICK WIFE
Charles E. Llnney, section director
of the weather bureau at Santa- Fe,
has been granted an Indefinite leave
of absence in order to allow him to re
main at the bedside of his wife, who
is still quite ill at 'Alton, 111. His
children, Dorothy and Edward, have
been very ill with whooping cough,
but it Is believed that they have pass
ed the crisis and are now out of dan
cer. Mrs. Linney's mother, Mrs. Wil
liam Moore, who 1 auite feeble, Is
aIo confined to ber bed.
PLAYING AT LAS VEGAS.
Van Ott and Dolah Moyah had a
serious collision ou the field during
the second half of the Indian-Normal
game tn thi city, says the Optic, van
Ott tried to tackle the Indian and they
struck their heads together. Van Ott
was knocked unconscious and the In
dian was thrown to the ground, but
managed to get up and start on with
the ball until he was tackled success
fully by Hedgcock. The Indian had a
deep three-Inch gash cut In the top of
his head and his hair was soaked with
blood, but he kept on playing until the
same was over.
DEC. 1, JAMES A. HAMMOND Lot 5, Block 12
DEC. 1, H. L. GIBBS Lots 11 and 12, Block 35
DEC. 4, MELETON CORDOVA Lots 8 and 9, Block Y
DEC. 5, JULIAN LUNA Lot 5, Block X
DEC. 7, WM. 8TEWART .T Lot 11, Block 16
DEC. 8, MARIE RYAN N "...Lots 3 and 4, Block 20
DEC. 8, ALICE LOUISE CLARK . Lots 9 and 10, Block 31
DEC. 9, S. O. ANDROS Block 1, Lot 36
DEC. 11, FANK CHAVEZ Lots 2 and 3, Block Y
DEC. 11, S. TRUBY ..... .Lota 11 and 12, Block 32
DEC. 13, CHAS. BAIRD Lot 9. Block 39
A. C. CULVER ' -Lota 8 and 9, Block 32
ANNA BLUMQUIST Lot 10, Block 85
ROY S. HADDRJLL Lota 3 'and 4, Block 80
HARRIET HOTELLING Lot 10, Block 82
F. P. APODACA & CO Lota 10, 11 and 12, Block 89
C. GRANNIS Lot 11, Block 32
PETER REID Lot 12, Block 32
AGOSTINO PUGLIESE LoU 7 and 8, Block 60
WM. TRAVERS Lota 4 and 10, Block W
ANTHONY BENNER Lot 6,. Block 28
OVERTAKEN WITH HEMOR
RHAGE AND DIED ALONE
A telegram was received at the office
of the sheriff last night from Hot
Springs saying that a single rig had
just come there and that there was In
it the dead body of E. A. Saathoff,
who had left there in the morning
for the White Cloud mine. He was
covered with blood and It was sup
posed that he had died or a hemor
rhage. The telegram added, though,
that that was not quite clear, and re
commended that the coroner be sent
up to the junction. Another telegram
was received by P. Mohn, giving the
length of the box which should be
brought along for the dead man's
body. It was decided, though, to or
ier the body to be wrapped in can
vass and brought to the city this
morning, when the Inquest, will be
held. Saathotf was formerly a con
ductor on the S. F. P. & P., but had
ror some time been Interested in min
ing south of the Junction. Phoenix
Prices $125, $ 50 to $175 Pet Lot f f We withdraw all unsold lots from the market, for a
time, on January Jst.
SURETY INVESTMENT CO., Owners
ORDINANCE No. 336.
An ordinance amending Ordinance!
Andrew Carnegie, through bis S'?c-retai-,
James lluham, lias refused to
as.sist the members of the Woman's
Hoard of Trade of Santa Fe in erect
ing a suitable library in that city.
For a number of months the women
have been working constantly in an
effort to secure a donation from Mr. j
A (short time ugo however, the j Attest
Woman's Hoard of Trade received the j
following letter, which they consider
as a final answer to their request for
"Yours of the 24th received. Perus
ing thu correspondence it appears
that you are in very mifortable
carters now and that what was nec
essary was money for maintenance,
vhieh you have by now obtained.
JAMES BUI I AM.
No. 330. 0
He it ordained by the City council oi:
the City of Albuquerque, New Mex
ico: Section 1. That ordinance No. 330
be amended by adding the following
words: "The street numberer, E. J.
rerrell, shall forwifh prepare and
erect the said street signs, s pro
vided in said ordinance No. 330, and
that the said street signs be erected
before the said E. J. Ferrell collect
any more money from the citizens of
the city of Albuquerque, N. M., for
numbering houses within said city."
Sec. 2. That should said E. J. Fer
rell violate the provisions of this ord
inance, the contract and franchise
held by the said E. J. Ferrell from the
city of Albuquerque be forfeited
Sec. 3. That said E. J. Ferrell
shall, before collecting any money
from the citizens for numbering
houses within said city, furnish a
bond to the said city in the penal sum
of $200 to guarantee the faithful per
formance of the provisions of ord
inance Nos. 330 and 330 by said E. J.
Sec. 4. All ordinances and parts of
ordinances In conflict herewith are'
hereby repealed. . i
Duly passed, this 18th day of De-!
cember, A. 1). 1905. j
Approved: FRANK McKE'Ki
Nash Electrical Supply Co.
Will do a general electrical contracting business In New
Mexico and Arizona. Communicate with us for everything
electrical. All kinds of wiring, building of transmission
lines, installing and modernizing of lighting and power
plants. Estimates promptly and cheerfully given. Agents
for Westlnghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. . Motors, generators,
Office and Store 506 West Railroad Avenue
ERNEST SU1EYERS & CO
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
HARRY F. LEE.
ORDINANCE NO. 33S.
Ordinance Amending Ordinance
ME LIN I & EAKIN, Wtolesaii liquor and Oar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone and O. F. C. ''Whiskies. Moot &
Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A. B. 0. Bohemian and
Jos. Schlltz Milwaukee Bottled Uetrs, and owner and distributor
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. ' Salesroom, 111 South First
Street. Albuquerque. New Mexico.
BRUTAL MURDER WAS
COMMITTED NEAR METCALF.
A uit brutal murder was commit
ted the other day on the Shannon
hill near Metcall. Ariz., by Jesus Mar
tin Garcfa, who stabbed Concepclon
Villa, who was living with him as
his wife, killing her Instantly. Soon
after committing the deed Garcia
idaced the muzzle of a pistol beneath
ills chin and fired, the ball passing
hrough his mouth and inflicting a
nerioua, but not dangerous wound,
lustice Campbell was soon at the spot
and took care of the wounded man,
and It was well that he was present,
aecauee the Mexican population' weie
o Inceased over the affair that they
probably would have finished the Job
on Garcia, Realizing that violence
was almost sure to be meted out to
the prisoner. Judge Campbell took
him to Clifton on the first train, and
ie has since been at the hospital and
is recovering rapidly. Both parties
jre natives of Spain and Jealousy was
the cau6 of the trouble.
Notaries Public Appointed.
The following notartes public have
Ven appointed by Governor M. A.
' Max H. Karlsrusher. Springer, Col
tax county; Mrs. Minnie Howe, Santa
Rita Grant county; Lucas H. Gallegos,
Clayton, Union county; L. T. Delaney,
.Ibuque'rque, Bernalillo county.
Ola-et, Port and Sherry Wines make
?.vd Christmas gifts when bought
f-iini item. Schloss & Co.
WHfcT HAVE YOU TO TRADE
v.,r pnverty at Lo Cerrlllos? Cost
51 250; trading price, one-ha!f of
iat. A snap, if you can use th
,Topem. I)i n't be afraid to talk
Aith me T. I.. Mcs?padden, 300 South
Pe It Ordained by the City Council
of the City of Albuquerque, New
Section 1. That Section 1 of Ord
inance No. 32li, duly passed Novem
ber 6th, 1905, be und the same is
hereby amended by striking out all
of said Section; and that in lieu
thereof it is hereby enacted, as fol
"Ine Mayor, by and with the con
sent of the City Council, shall ap
point a City Scavenger, and the
Mayor and City Clerk, for and in be
half of the City of Albuquerque, shall
make and enter into a contract with
the person so appointed for a term
of not less than five years or more
than ten years, to do and perform all
the duties of the said office, and the
said party shall give bond to the said
City of Albuquerque in the penal sum
of Two Thousand ($2,000) Dollars, to
so faithfully perform and execute all
the duties to the said office apper
taining and to save the city harmless
from any damage resulting to the
said city from his conduct of the said
Duly passed this 18tn day of De
Approved: FRANK McKEE.
HARRY F. LEE, Clerk.
Albuquerqtte, N. M,
Finished- for Christmas, even if sitting is made a Un a 4 Decern- a
.. jyt L't i., a HiiAf,. until T'lrt.tu 1 V
HALF PRICE on all our cabinet pictures.
$10 Pictures, now $5 $6 Pictures, now $3
Sittings made by appointment evenings, until 9 o'clock.
309 we.tR.idAv PENNINGTON & BRUKN
For Cracked Hands.
Hough skin and cracked bands are
sot only cured by De Witt's Hazel
Salve, but an occasional application
will keep the skin soft and smooth.
Best for Eczema. Cuts, Burns, Bolls,
Etc. The genuine DeWitfg Witch J
Hazel Salve affords immediate relief
In all forms of Blind, Bleeding, Itch
ing and Protruding Piles. Sold by al
Try a Citizen waut ad for results.
MEN AND WOMEN.
I h his ii f'r unnatural
rnlttuot or uiiia(iuo
f mucous hjsiiibrauwft.
FftinlitM, mud out Mirta
Groceries, Cigar and Tobacco, and
all kind of Freeh Meat.
300 North Broadway. Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERDE.N. M
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M & Guaraaica V
I sal la ut loivr.
p' Praiaala laalaal.a
aV a aa"il aipraal. rrj.U,
TV iaaWaTPVli a I 00. or i boll Ira H 71
a aai i ' Circular aenl ua
N. PEACH &C0.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 5Tb. Office, 208 H
West Gold Avenue.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY. SALE FEED AND TRANS
Horses and Mules bought and ei
BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
Movin Orayin'' Shlppin'
Tou have ut once, you'll
call ajaln. Price rlfht;
there ain't no gongln'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SUPPLIES
Straight Kentucky Whiskies a
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Val Blatz's Milwaukee Beers
Mail orders have prompt attention. Call or
11 G West Silver Ave., Albuquerque, N. 17.
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddlei, Lar
Kobes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and
W09 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
WHEN YOU SHOOT
You want to HIT what you arc aimicu ut
be it birl, bcukt or target. Make yn:r
hoik taunt by fchooting th S'l h t.N
Yor 41 ytir STEVENS ARMS hive
carried f.ff PKKMILK HONORS kr AL
Ct'KACV. Our line:
Rifles, Shotguns, Pistols
A- t lK ll.r-:ll
.,at on (he Situi.
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Bauiilut thre-crtKr Aluminum HiDgeff will
be ion arileij lor so cents in ataiupa.
J. Stevens Arms it Tool Co.,
T. O. Box 40
CHICOPEX TAXL8, MASS., D. 8.
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by as.
Debber Optical Co.
115 GOLD AVE.
Member of Board of Optometry
'r. L. C. Wynier. of I-eatoily, Kan.
.e in Albuquerque with a car load
u good Jersey cows In ten days.
Don't buy a cow before you nee the.
Prices w"ill be rlht. The cows can
be seen at Blueher's garden, old town,
oti their arrival.
Subscribe for The Citizen and get
Hreakdown would be too bad H jom
should take your girl out for a 4rir
and your wheel came off or your gear
ing gave out In any way. Be prepared
for the merry Yuletlde by having your
carriage overhauled and put In good
coudltlon. It won't cost yon maeb
and will make your mind easy for the
winter. We will do it in flrst-claae
style and in prompt order.
ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNKTT, rVoy.
120 West Ratfroa Arcove