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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
PAGE TWO. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906. THE EVENING CIIIZI N NWIikel Dally M Weekly ly The Citizen Publishing Company I TjtAm tat traiiinWM throne Um atter. CUNIONl LABEL ORIelil Paper of Bernalillo County and City of Albuquerque. Pratt Aflame Dltpatcriea. Itfeat City tni County Cimlatlo. Tee LarrMt Hesr Maike Clrcuhtlem larastt Norther Arifina Cirrulatle. TIRMI or SUBSCRIPTION: tfeRy St Mil. ewe r la alTe.iK- ta.n" fattl? Wr mail. per month ft klr by sne.il. one raw too Pay by Carrier. 60c per month Tmu tvnnm Cinnii will be delivered tn the Hr t Um low rmto of DO mu par week, or (or u onto per month, whw paid monthly. Adrertlilng Kates Hide tnoTn op Application Been time will eeeifec 1 fivor by nntlfrtnr a bwnwrtteflT on r nn-tliTr of th per r. VH lettor and remittanree thou Id bo nddrniwd to Turn CmtiM I'lui.iBHiNO Company. Dreft. ihockn, poatoftlee and expreee mono? ordVr mot We mad payable te Um order of tM npnny. . Automatic IR3 Colorado I T THE INSANE ASYLUM AGAIN BEFORE PUBLIC And the Officials Will Have to Answer Charges of Mis treatment of Patients. DISCHARGED NURSE COMPLAINANT For some time past ugly rumors concerning the conduct of affairs at Oie Insane asylum at Las Vegas have been In circulation. A few days ago, It la understood, Governor Hagernian received a communication making specific charges against certain offi cials connected with the asylum. The New Mexican has also received a com munication which it republishes, not Touching for its correctness, but sim ply as a matter of news. U is repro duced in The Evening Citizen below, It is understood that the board of re gents of which Jefferson Raynolds, president of the First National bank of Las Vegas, is president, has taken up the matter and is giving it careful attention. In this connection it Is well to state that Dr. W. R- Tipton, who has been pjyslclan In charge since the institution of the asylum, sixteen years ago, was recently super ceded by Dr. E. M. Smith, who Is now in charge. The communication reads: "Charges are preferred against MI83 Bessie Sherrad, of the insane asylum, to Prosecuting Attorney S. B. Davis, Las Vegas, by Miss Francis Ad dleman of beating a patient to such an extent it Is thought It resulted la her death two days later. "Dr. Tipton, superintendent, pro nounces it 'nervous exhaustion, al- though he did not see the patient from the time she took seriously ill until ehe was burled In the little grounds back of the asylum. "On Friday, December 29, 1905, at E:30 a. m., 'getting up time, the two said nurses resumed their duties as usual, Miss Addleman attending the jbed. "Rtlents, and Miss Sherrad the remaining ones in me wara. vvuen Marie Espinosa de Baca, a poor little delicate Mexican patient, came out of the room, she being very insane although no; violent, and began dress- ing in another patient's clothing, Miss Sherrad took her by the nape of her neck and threw her en the floor and !eat her head on the hard, oiled floor until it was almost beaten to a Jelly then arose and kicked her until there was a large number of Mack spots on her body, as well a on the head when interred. It is firmly believed by Mis Addle - man, who was an eye witness to the scene on Friday morning, and who "was the patient's special nurse, on Sunday afternoon, that she died from the Injuries inflicted by Miss Sherrad . The latier nurse disliked the patient very much because she was noisy and troublesome. She said she would like to kill her. Miss Sherrad had handed In her resignation when threatened with the law. It was consequently carried to Dr. VV. K. Tipton, superin tendent, who reinstated her, and she Is now still on duly In ward F. This is only one instance of cruelty in this institution. There arc many others, and I Insist that the public should know exactly how badly they are imposed upon. FRANCES ADD1.EM AN. Nurse at Asylum. HON. MANUEL K. OTERO, REGISTER LAND OFFHE A BRIEF SKETCH OF KNOWN. POPULAR MENT OFFICIAL. A WELL-GOVERN- The New .Mexican of yesterday contains a fine half-tone cut of Hon. -Manuel R. Otero, the popular and tifnclent register of the United Staled land office for ihis district, aud iu connection therewith has the follow ing to say about the gentleman : Manuel R. Otero, who was recently appointed for the third lime register f the United States land office In Sam a Fe, is a man of quiet and un KHSuintng character, but, neverthe less, strong iu his purpose of doing right. He has lived and is living an exemplary life, and bis conduct of the office which he has filled for the oast eight years, uud which is au Im portant one to the people, has been very efficient and tttrict. Ills life is as follows; He was born in 1841. in the little town of Peralta, in the county of Va lencia, the county which has stead fastly and solidly voted for the re repulilleun party since the organiza tion of thai party in the territory, USE COLD COIN FLOUR. and has notr faltered or wavered In that course. Ilia lamer was Judgo Antonio Jose Otero, aud uis motlicr was Francisea tiiaves, Uiota ae-4 endanw of Illus trious fepauisll families, who were inong lue early settlers of New Mex ico, tils lamer was associate Justice of the firat supremo court or the ter ritory of New Mexico, and presiding Jmlge of tne third Judicial district. Him niotner wan a daughter of Hon. Francisco Chaves, governor of the prownce ot New Mexico under tn paniHh government. Mr. Otero received a classical edu cation at tho tit. Louis university and was in tlie senior class, about to graduate, when he was called home on account or the iieatn or ins mother. He entered political life while very young, and has held many positions of trust and honor. He was probate clerk of Valencia county for frmr consecutive terms, probate Judge for one term, deputy sheriff for one terui ,aud was a prominent candidate for the republican nomination for delegate to congress in 1882, when the republican party nominated Tran quiilno Luna for the position. During that campaign Mr. Otero gave valu able and strong support to tho re publican candidate. He always strongly supported and fought for re publican success. Mr. Otero was appointed register of the United States land office In Santa Fe, by President McKinley in Jan uary, 1898. He has held office ever since; was re-appointed in January, 1902, and again re-appointed a few weeks ago. He has proved himself very efficient, capable and honest official, and In every respect merited re-appointment. He had the support of the party organization and of the lending and best republicans in the territory. Mr. Otero la happily married, and has a family of bright sons and daughters, one of his daughters being the wife of Hon. Solomon Luna, mem ber of the national republican, com mittee from New Mexico, and one of the leading citizens and the largest sherp owner In the territory. Mr. Otero is a first cousin of ex- Governor M. A. Otero, his father. Judge Antonio Jose Otero, and ex Governor Otero's father, Miguel A. Otero, having been brothers. The many people of the territory who have known Mr. Otero and had official and personal relations with him during the many years of his of ficial life were in favor of his re-ap pointment. He has gained their re spect and good will by his uniform courtesy, strict attention to busi ness, fairness and thorough knowl edge of the duties of his office. CASES BEFORE SUPREME COURT AND THOSE DISPOSED OF YES TERDAY NOTHING OF GREAT IMPORTANCE. The supreme court continued Its adjourned session in the chambers In the capitol building. Santa Fe, yes terday. The fallowing business was trans acted: Case No. 1141, in re J. M. Palmer an attorney of Farmlngton, against whom disbarment proceedings were brought; report of committee from Bar association adopted and case re manded to the First Judicial district court of San Juan county for hear tag. Case No. 1108, entitled Andres Can delarla, an infant, by Andres Cande laria, his natural and statuiory guar dian, appellee, vs. Eplmenio A. Miera appellant; motion for rehearing de nied; motion for 10 per cent damages denied and Judgment rendered on se surltie8 on appeal bond. Case No. 1109, entitled Patillta Can delaria, an Infantry Emlcran Cande laria, her natural and statutory guar dian, appellee, vs. Epimenio Miera, appellant; motion for rehearing de nied; motion for 10 ier cent damages denied and Judgment rendered on se curities on appeal bond. Case No. 1143, entitled C. E. Don elly, et al. vs. R. B. Kelly, et al, mo tlon to vacate Judgment and reopen case denied. Case No. 1031, entitled Elias Chaves and Emilia Chaves de Armljo, apiel lees. vs. Hen Myers, administrator, and Maria A de Lucero and J. Was Lucero, appellants; niMion to remand case to lower court sustained. Case No. 1131. entitled Peter Kit chen, appellee, vs. George Schuster, appellant; argued and submitted. Ro len and Field and Lester, attorneys for appellant. Case No. 1132, entitled Levi R. Thompson and A. B. McMillen, apiyl lants, vs. Maria Inez Garcia de Sny der, appellee; argued and submitted. McMillen and Raynolds, attorneys for appellants, and Clancy, attorney for appellee. Doctors Are Puzzled. The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mi lver of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub Jik-' of much Interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends. Me says of his case: "Owing to severe Inflammation of the throat and con test ion of the lungs, three doctor nave me tip to die, when, as a last re son, I was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery ami I am happy to Bay, it saved my life." Cures the wors' coughs and colds, bronchitis, lonsili lis, weak lungs, hoarseness and la Krlpiw. Guaranteed at all drug stores. TiOc ami $1.00. Trial U ttlo free. Office Chief Quartermaster. Denver. Colo., March 1st, 19'itl. Sealed pro posals in triplicate, will lie received here until 11 a. in., on March 31, 1 '.tin;, lor transiHirtalion of Military Sup plies. Routes Nos. 1, 2, .'I, 4. and t!. add for drayage at Denver. Colo., dur ing the fiscal year commencing July 1, 19O0. U. S. reserves ri;lit to ac cept or reject any or all proposals, .'nloi uiatiou furnished on application. Envelopes containing proposal should be marked: "Proposals for Transpor tation on Route No " Hd- 'Iressed C. A. H. McCaulev, Chief 1 A Lively Tussle. with that old enemy of the race, con rHlpaliou, often ends hi appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stom ach, illver and bowels, tako Dr. Klng'u New Life 1111s. They perfectly reg ulate these organs, without pain or discomfort. 25c at all drug atores. COLD COIN FLOUR. Oriter&DQfQr ""tlTTf Ho other legitimate business preposition on earth wilt guar antee you euch bio; profits. If you buy bonds, or put your money in Savings Banks, you can get at the most only 4 per cent. IF YOU DEPOSITYOUR MONEY WITH US, YOU GET 12 PER CENT ON EVERY DOLLAR. We do not deal in stocks or speculate in any way. Our in vestments are sound and secure. Your money is absolutely safe. In dealing with us you do business with a regularly incor porated company. BANK REFERENCES. Mention this paper and write today for complete information. LOS ANGELES CITY REALTY CO. II Fay Buildlns Los Anfslss, California AN EARLY SPRING AND HUNTER HENRY GIVES HIS REASONS FOR HIS BELIEF. The well known duck hunter, Col. Arthur A. Henry, has this to say about the spring: "If the flight cf ducks Is any sign to be trusted this is to be a remark ably early spring, Of course the mal lards frequently stay here all winter, when It Is not too cold, bo It. Is noth ing remarkable to see many of them. But the early arrival of tho pintails, which have been here some time and the green wing teal which came a little later. Indicate that these birds are not afraid of what may happen. The pintails usually come to the south February 10 to 15, and the green wing teal abaut February 25 to 30. After these come the widgeon and two varie ties of the Bcaups, which frequently arrive soon after the first of March. I do not remember, however, to have seen a canvass back or red head much earlier than the middle of March. They usually arrive March 15 to 20. After these come the blue wing teol, the spoon bill, the butter ball and the ruddy duck, all of which may frequent ly be fcund here during the entire summer as many of them breed here. These seldom arrive before the last of March or the first of April, and ye a fellow killed a fine specimen of spoonbill a- few days ago. This, and the fact that the canvass backs are all ready coming, makes me think, that the spring is to be unusually early." Torture by Savaaes. "Speaking of tho torture to which some of the savage tribes In the Phil ipplnes subject their captives, reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys," says W. M. Sher man of Cushlng, Me. "Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Hitters, three bottles of which completely cured me." Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood disorders and malaria; and restores i he weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c. LADIES' LEGGINGS. In canvas. Cut to fit the foot and ankle. Simon Stern, the Railroad Avenue Clothier. She Miaht Have Died from Paralysis Caused by Scarlet Fever, but Was Cured by Sloan's Liniment. Biloxi, Miss. Dr. Earl S. Sloan: Dear Sir Four years ago my little girl was dangerously 111 with Scarlet Fever. She seemed to bo dying: her head was drawn back and sho suffered agony. The doctor trltM remedy after remedy, but failed to relievo the pain, until as a last resort he used Sloan's Liniment. My ehlld began to experi ence relief immediately, and Is living and well today. I always keep Sloan's Liniment In the house now, mid use It for every emergnecy. Gratefully yours, P. A. St. AMANAT. NOTICE. If you want your money's worth try out 15 cent meals. Cordova restaur ant, 315 South First street. PROFESSIONAL CARDS BEAUTY CULTURE. MRS. M. HELENA LEONARD, Graduate of Parisian Institute. Late of New York city. The latest scientific appliance and up to date methods fo- treating the hair, face ad scalp. Complexion steaming aad bleaching; manicuring and shampoo inc. Electrolytic automatic water massage, til3 West Gold avenue. Auto phone 279.. ASSAYERS. CORBET A. COLLINS. Civil and Minlna Enalneers. United States Deputy Mineral Surveyors, ASSAYERS. Kant Klrla of l'laza. Santa Fe. N. M. o UNDERTAKER. Auto 'phone 310. .Colo. Red 115 A. BORDERS, City Undertaker. Commercial Club Building. BlacK and white liearse, $5. o LAND MATTERS. H. W. 8. Otero, United States Court Commissioner, 703 West Silver avenue. Will attend to matters before the land office. o CIVIL ENGINEER. J. R. Farwell, Room 23. N. T. Armljo Building. DrTrTl. MUST. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with Hlgh Frequency Eloctrical Current and Ger micide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. rn. to 4 p. in. Trained nurse In attendance. Both 'phones. DRS. W. H. &. J. D. NUSBAUM, Physicians and Surgeons, Office over Hickox Mayuard's Jew elry Store, Second utreot. Albuquerque Evening Citizen WANT POPULAR The Citizen's Classified Columns Promote Business Here you'll find what you've been looking for. One cent per word, each In sertion. MINIMUM CHARGE, 15c. Citizen Ads Will Reach Them I PERMANENT SALARIED POSITIONS fnrmenof train-ntlns hIHr- w l "" hundreds of men who can present high trade proposl turns and produce results. Previous experience not essential. Choice of desirable location. fcireJlent opportunity for advancement. We also have luted In urts office meer r.ecutive. Clerical and Technical positions and food opportunities lor men havine; money to invest with their aemcea. Writ ua to-day, statinf position desired. HAPOOOOS (Inc.), Brain Brokers WANTED. WANTED Barber, at once; good Job; city. Address "A," this office. WANTED Typewriting and steno graphic work. Miss Blackall. The Alvarario. WANTED Roomers and boarders In private family; two blocks east of Santa Fe hospital. 815 South Edith street. WANTED Highest casn price paid for second-hand household goods. M. Ellison, 405 South First street. Colo, phone. Red 131. WANTED Installment collector for merchandise accounts; good salary and expense's. Address Manufac turer, P. O. Box 1027, Phlla., Pa. WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Send address and will call. R. J.. Sweeney, proprietor. FOR RENT. FOR RENTTfoTileasunt rooms for light housekeeping. 517 South Broad way. FOR RENT Briek house, with balh. at 207 North Fifth street. Maynard Gun8ul. FOR RENT Four-room furnished house. 215 Atlantic avenue. Apply on premises FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms for . housekeeping. See them at 208 South Arno street. FOR RENT New three-room cottage, furnished complete, for light house keeping. Inquire at 506 South Arno street. FOR-RENT LIrIiT airy, furnished front room at the Roosevelt house, by day, week or month. 309 West Railroad avenue. FOR RENT Furnished cottage flats, one ta three rooms, from $5 to $15; also furnished tent. Apply to Mrs. . Norrls, 524 John street, east end of viaduct. FOR RENT Four-room cottage, niod ern, with water, J20. A six-room modern house, furnished or unfur nished, for sale or rent. Call or ad dress J. E. Haines, corner of Fruit avenue and North Third street. FOR SALE FOR SALE Two- tents; corner of Mountain road and Fourth street. FOR SAIyE Good heavy farm am work horses. Call at Hahn's coal yard. FOR SALE Oue saddle mure, cheap. J. V. McQuade, 234 North Walter street. FOR SALE All iota iu Coronada Place. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. SELL, RENT OR TRADE usi your property with T. I McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE OR TRADE A good busi ness for city property. T. L. Mc Spadden, 300 South Brondway. holt SAT.R Indian tradine Dost: good location and a paying business. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South uroaa way. FOR SALE Horse, buggy and har ness. Also good frame room, 12x14, with shingle roof. Apply at 140 West Roma avenue. FOR SALE Cheap, Fairbanks &. Morse 3-horse power gasoline en gine, suitable for small pumping plant. Enquire .1. W. McQuade. FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow, fresh about April 1; young, and in her prime, $ri(. J. E. Haines, comer of Fruit avenue anil North Third street. FOR SALE OR TRADE A good Scliumaker piano. A bargain. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE Small slock merchandise at a bargain. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. KUR SALIi A handsome rianiman piano, In fine condition and almost new, at a bargain. For particu lars, call at this office. FOR SALE A good paying hotel In umall town. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. FOR SALE 125, duo rancn al a 'ar gain: will take small property in exchange. Write, wire, phone or talk with F. L. McSpadden, 303 South Broadway. FOR SALE A good general merchan dise and grocery business, with meat market included, and buildings for rent. Inquire, M. Dragoie, 300 North Broadway. Foil SALE Hotel, European plan; 20 rooms, newly furnished In new building; best location In city; a fine business proposition. Reason for selling, poor health. Address, F. J , this office. F O il S A I . E - $ 700 v. ill buy '"equity iu flrKt.ilnca rAnlilnnrn rn tK ltoar street In the city; will rent for $45 month: owner leaving town. F. L McSpadden, 303 South Broadway. FOR SALE A Drst-ciass, double-bar reled, 12-gauge shotgun; bran new never has been used: one of th best makes. Call at The Citizen of flee for particulars, FOR SALE Two-6try l.nck building, sixteen rooms; hot water heat, hot and cold water; gaa and electric lights in each room; lot 75x142 feet; elosH in; tho " hst rooming and lxwdlng house location in the city; hous-e nicely furnished; price and terms reasonable. Address, H. C, care of Citizen. FOR SAI.B OR TRADE Are you in terested In mines? I have some said t0 be good deals. Talk with we. T. L. McSpadden, 300 S. Broad way. FOR SALIC A ulue-KKjin, to-,tory brick dwelling lu tho Hlhlanda; close in; bath, electric lights, cel lar, burn. A bargain if taken at mice. Easy terms if di sired, l'ost otllce Box 218. COLUMNS Make your wants known ttirougn these columns. FOR SALE OR TRADE 2 rooming houses. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. BUSINESSEXCHANGE. TO'eXCHANGE I have some ranches to trade for city property. T. L. Mcflpadden. 300 South Broadway. IU fcJXCHANUE I have property it Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Kansas j Colorado and Arizona to trade for Albuquerque property. Talk wltn me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South Broadway. MCSPADDEN The exchange man. See him for business exchangee. 300 South Broadway. POUND. FOUND Photo pin, gold frame. Pic ture of lady and child. Owner can recover same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. FOUND Lady '8 gold ring, ruby set, by Howard Mann, of 723 North Fourteenth street. Owner can have same by calling at this office and paying for this notice. Money Co Loan On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSES RE CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high as $200.00. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods re main In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see us be fore borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO, Steamship tickets to and from parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 3U West Railroad Ae. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. all FINE RANCH One mile from Postoffice. 14 ACRES ALFALFA LARGE ORCHARD 12-ROOM HOUSE Just the place for a Sanitarium or a home place. Must be sold at once. PORTERFIELD CO., Office, 110 West Gold Avenue. Notarial work and conveyancing. to 30 X 2m 02 PI "O " r O 2 m z H o c 5 a I 3 3 5 K I o PROFESSIONAL CARDS DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 15 and 16, Grant block, over the Golden Rule Dry Goods company. Both 'phones. Appointments made by mall. Edmund J. Alger, O. D. S. No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 8:30 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. Telephone 462. Ap polntments made by mail. LAWYERS. Bernard 8. Rodey. A TTO RN E Y-AT-L A W. Albuquerue X. M. Prompt attention given to all business pertaining to the profession Will practice In all courts of the terri tory and before the United State land office. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 32 F street X. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, lands, patents, copyrights, caveats letter patents, trade marks, claims. r. w. D. Brvan iTTnnvF.v.AT-i.AW. Albuauer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building, E. W. Dobson. ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. Office Crcra well block, Albuquerque, N. M. ARCHITECTS. F. W. Spencer aDd V. O. Walling ford, rooms 46 47, Barnett building Albuquerque, N. M. Both 'phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thoa. K. D. Maddison, Office with W. B. CUilders, 117 t Gold avenue. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. A. L. Morgan, tiih ivncPifijnEVT CONTRAC TOR AND BUILDER Estimates are cheerfully furnished: Job work solic ited. Automatic pnone. "i 11 North Second street, AiDuquer que, N. M. , PHYSICIANS. A. L. MAHAFFEY, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and 8urgeon Room 25, Whiting building, over Venn's drug store. Automatic telephone. 410. "DR. W. G. SHAORACH, Practice limited to Eye, Ear, Nose and Tnrost. ii.. - - , anrtat. for Santa Fa COBS lines Office. 31SV4 West Railroad Hour: 9 to 12 m. and 1-30 to 5 p. m. . . - - y bank institution:; Montezuma ALBUQUERQUE, Capital and Surplus $100,000 Interest Allowed on 5t I With Ample Means and mQ talk Qi 1 X. a. . I n,iiimwtitTpiirmrti Extends to Depositors every Proper Accommodation, and Solicits New Accounts Capital, $190,000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. 8. STRICKLER, V. P. and Cashier W.J.Johnson, Asst. Cashier. Wm. Mcintosh J. C. Baldrldgs 8olomon Luna A. M. Blackwell George Arnot O. E. Cremwell DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA A 8ANTA FE RY. FIRST NATIONAL BANK AJLHUQUBRQUa, N. M. Officers aa4 JOSHUA 8. RATNOLM M. W. FLOPRNOT FRANK McKZB .............. A ntOHT s VL F. 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