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SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1906.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAOB THff. NONE OTHER EQUALS THE GOLD COIN FLOUR T7T) TWENTY-TWO SOLDIER BODIES REMOVED FROM OLD FORT SUMNER BURY. ING GROUND TO NATIONAL CEMETERY IN SANTA FE. V. K. Grlffln, of the lumber firm of V W' '"lrow, who has been at Fort Sumner for some days, has returned o Santa Fe. Ills firm obtained 'he contract for the removal of the bodies of the dead Boldierg from the fcj emotery of the former military post lu me iNauosai cemetery in Santa Fe, and he at'ended to this while absent. The bod U-s were disinterred, put into coffins and sent by teams to Santa Hosa. From there they were shipped over the El Paso & Southwestern to Santa Fe and will arrive Saturday, next. It Is expected. There were twenty-two of them, and they will be placed in the National cemetery west of the city of Santa Fe. The names, companies and regi ments to which the soldiers belonged have been preserved, and will be placed on the headstones of their Kraves. Kecords of these are kept in ihe quartermaster's department, in Washington and by the superintend ent of the National cemetery In Santa iFc. This ends the military history of Fort Sumner, whicn during the early sixties was an Important military pest, used for the protection of set tlers and overland traders against hos tile Indians, which were then very plentiful and dangerous in that re gion. The post was abandoned in 1809. Fort Sumner ts located in the southeastern corner of Guadalupe county. NO HAIR IN BEARD'S MILK. Ij you patronize the Rolla dairy? 'Tills Is something every citizen ot nulla should feel proud of. The milk delivered by J. L. Beard is cleanly lia-idled and delivered to you fresh, pure and wholesome. Rolla (Mo.) Sharpshooter. GARBAGE CANS. SEE WHITNEY COMPANY. r ..5, 1 hy ' 9 III tic Vv v . , ill ,4 ' W i- f . W - t TERRY GOVERN TRAINING FOR FIGHT WITH BATTLING NELSON i Il t lr- S I Uhi IN TOE PEREA ADDITION Six beautiful lots on New York Avenue adjoining Luna Place Keating on. Harlem Kock New York, March 3. Terry Mc Govern, with a burning, throbbing hope gnawing at his heart, is at work in new training quarters on Jerome avenue, across the Harlem river. Terrible Terry Is preparing to face his old foe, Rattling Nelson, on March 14, before the National Athletic club of Philadelphia. Though the bout is to run but six rounds, McOovern says there will sure ly be a knockout. "And it won't be me." he adds. Nelson will do his training at a re sort cn the outskirts of Philadelphia. Determined to reclaim the light- weight title that Nelson recently snatched from Drltt in the rYisco NEW POEM BY EDWIN MASKHAM This la 'est poem by the famou author of "The Man With the Hoe" was written tc the glory of Susan B. Anthony, who has just passed her 86th birthday. Regarding the poem, which is here published for the first time, Mr. Markham says:, This song should be read in the tisht of the deep and memorable truth that the Divine Feminine as well as the Divine Masculine Principle is in God that He Is Father-Mother, Two-in-One. It follows from this truth t'nat Ihe dignity of womanhood is grounde 1 in the Divine Na ure itself. The fact that, the Deity Is Man-Woman was known to the ancient poets and saees, and was grafted into the noble.- religions of mankind. 1 k rtSnxay to the Am OTHER, 111 jj t, Vvr ; 4 " NtA I'm nmillHI imm hi ill "S. 4. Come, Mighty Mother, from the bright' Nothing but ears and broken nuin- abode, Uft the low heavens and hush the tar.h again; flome when the moon throws down a shining road Across the sea come back to weary men. IVut if the moon throws out across the sea Too dim a light, too wavering a way, Come when the sunset paves a path lor thee Across the waters fading into gray. l.ad nations saw thee dimly in re lease In Aphrodite rising from the foam : Home glimmer of thy beauty was on Greece, Some trtmbling of thy passion was on Rome, For ages thou hast been the dim desire That warmed the bridal chamber of the tnind; Come burning through the heavens bers wild. Nothing but relief. woodland music for Hi3 song is but a little broken cry, Less than the whisper of a river reed ; Yet thou canst hear it In the souls that die Feel In its pain the vastness of our need. I would not break the mouth of song to tell My life's long passion and my heart's long grief, Lmbrovim finder8 fight, McGovern is doing the hardest work of his life. "You see, I'm taking no c?ances on this game," said Terry. "To begin with, 1 have never been in better physical condition Hum I am right now. I've got to wcrk off about 10 pounds to touch the ringside figure, and I have alxiut a month to turn the trick. I will devote the early hours of each day to road work. I will have as sparring jmrtners Charley May hard, who has assisted me in all of my fights, and I will also spar with Harry Harris, the ckver feather weight. "What I want Is all-around work. I am going to pound stone, chop trees, ride horseback, and .road work In the open, and I will have about an hour each day with the gloves on. I am (HaBBHHSMHl not going to overdo this game, and four hours will be enough In every 24. "If I win out, and I expect to, I will meet any of the lightweights. This summer I alsa expect to play ball." There Is great Interest here in the forthcoming battle. Nelson and Me $100 Down Balance $25 a Month Office Surety Investment Co. t . n IT ley cr I i m r-iir j. r' D. K. D. SELLERS, Agent. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the (ty of Albu querque, New 'Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 190ti, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 0 o'clock p, m., of said day, at the following polling places; First WardCity Hall. Second V4ird At office of Chas. Clmdwick & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At offlco of 1. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fouith Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At which said election the qualified electors of the said City of Albuquer que, New Mexico, residing within the ir.nits of the said city, shall choose the following officers: One Mayor For a term of two years; One City Clerk For a term of two years ; One City Treasurer For a term of two years. Two Members of the Citv Council from the First Ward One for a term of four years and one for a term of two years, to fill out an unexpired term. One Member of the City Council from the Second Ward For a term of four years; One Member of the City Council from the Third ward For a term of four years. One Member of the City Council from the Fourth Ward For a term of Govern are known as men who flirtit on the level, and both are out for . Iour 'ear8 honors. Sports here are confident no Member of the Board of Edu that the fight will not go to the limit, ' catlon from the Flrst Ward For a ana will prove an exhibition cf some . lul ul ,ullr of the hardest hitting and cleverest i:oxing the 24-foot ring has seen In years. was a lxll boy at, the Sherman house five years ago. "Honesty Is the best policy I know, for 1 have tried them both." An up-to-date proverb by Joe Cans. o McBrlde may be turned loose by the St. Louis Nationals. The shortstop's work last season Is said to Have put him in bad with the management. "What does the diamond fit a man Hut thou canst hear the ocean in ! f1-?" asks an exchange. Well, for one vfcrld Kid" Herman, the Chicago fighter, counted the final 10. The crowd roar- Two Members of the Hoard itf Edu cation from the Second Ward One for a term of four yars, and one for a term of two years, to fill out an un expired term. One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Third Ward For a terr.i ot four years; One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Fourth Ward For a tern ot four years; FRANK McKEE. Mayor. NOTICE To place yotir order 1 1 FOR I 1 PRINTING one shell. ed Its appreciation cf the palpable raise. Jimmy Callahanis having trouble building his baseball stands In Chi cago. After the work had gotten, well under way the residents of the neigh borhood where the park Is situated secured an injunction and tied the work up In the courts on the ground that Cal Is fostering a nuisance. O Prosperity Is said to have hart a dis appointing effect upon young Jockey hing, it fits him for a life of ease in Kutkc. From a modest little fallow And see the whole world's w inter i "M a.?t If he plays a good game and wearing a moderate sized hat he is In one leaf. takes care of his health and his Laid to have developed into a petulant '""""J. youngster with an abnormally enlarg- M.t ..o.,." v ,,. ('d hoai1- Hls own importance Is so auuUi,i,i.va mu.. uc mil irr,4I1l h!lt Ik. far. Imkd. ' - - " n nw . i. , i i w i a So here I stand at tlie world's weary feet And cry the sorrow of the world's J lT fro'u f. ring In another year. n,.oached Iike an ordInary morlal dumb vears: 'NVe11' we!1' Ue thouKht he had re- 0 I cry because I hear the world's heart I u,'fa 8""le im !lf"- ,An1 ? h ld Al l" intercollegiate association l,eat SHU in the ring? Wouldn't that start meeting in New York last week the Wenrv of lione and broken through ou ' laughing? .name of Arthur DufiVy was ordered v , .., by tears. with holy fire. And spread ilivine mankind. contagion on ! or ages inou nasi ureameu uixin; college at Iowa City, la. niaiiKinu mi , . . . .. , , - " I'." ' liwill lint VH illlCIUUIIVKl The association garni' has been sub- ,, .e,,.,iu ko0 r ;s,ituted for Rugby football at Penn his oonf.sslon ,o havln beeTa pn The socker fesslonal at the time the records weiw eame will he civen n trial and If it. ... X.L "' ' . 1 u" . t" A faint, wild tenderness, a vague , not rove satisfactory the college k , .? , , 8tC.nd ln dosirc- I , , 1 ? .1 I . tne rePortis will be given credit for desire; For ages stilled the whirlwinds of the mind, will go back to the old style game, Kid" Herman has posted a de- P,.r8,Htent rJJ i --.i . i it vvi'imv iiiuiil .liaiUII I1UILD n II t' ... .. . i .. J -- uv.Hutuna'wuiB ti i . . - . . . . i . i t uviin tfi iiiftu Tiki 'iara i no latin e . - at ir nnn u-ii.i f nn win r n tnnoi ah .... . - ine (ineii ii uirr :ws eeu tne ira "'".""'"';" " "'" "'""'', "lent that Jeffries uied to give him TZYv 6lalrs ovr "'O. 20 west Railroad ave- rain, ' '"'st hiiliard player, has announced his a raw dpa ,wUl . . TotvLJ thG ot authorizing the Issuance of 'Ihlrty Diie, where I solicit the patronage of The cold seeds the quick spirit of retirement He is OK years old and Uoot.nart fi ht , Rl.u0. Jt.ffries .Thousand I $.io.ouip) Dollars of bonds , the public. All work guaranteed first the sun. I'1?? w Playing as wU as he ever i)ilH hegun ( JIa uam d of the said (ity ot Albuquerque, New , clBg8i as , have had flfteen yearg, ! did, but concluded t , abandon the cue those cloH0 )o ,h(J n,iR,d t.hami)1(m I '' u"'l'l j , perience ln the business. Suits made our homeless cries will I'M'irc lie sunereu i lie laie oi .Maurice say all that ,a Ilee(1,.( , ,.,,t t hi! bi k , ,raT11 , . l ,e to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and ltiit w imo a rlne uiii. Hart is f:u 'i-"'"-' w. repaired, ihe specific I use will not Come down, O Mother, to the help less land. That we may frame our freedom into fate; Come down, and on the throne of nations stand. That we may build thy beauty in the state. Come shining in upon cur daily road, Uphold th-e hero heart and light the mind; tjuicken the strong to lift the people's load, i Souir day And bring back buried Justice to; draw thee down, mankind. j And the old brightness ou the ways of men ' .-hine through the frame cf nations j will st.mi a. bush upon the Jangling' for a light, town, : Move through the hearts of heroes j, .nd broken hearts will b-arn toj in a son; j love again. ! Ii W thy beauty, wilder than thc ! night, i Come. Pride of God, to fill tin' vacant; That hushed the heavens and keeps throne; i Cvcllng is not as dead as some p-o- ihe high gods strong. T. itch the dim earth again with ; i(. "imagine it is. Tin. annual ivpoil , ... , . sacred feet; I of tll(J r a,ls c,mi-,(.,., jst. made I know, supernal Woman, thou dostj(,me build the Holy City or white plic, ,iiScom'S tha; Wm. .1 Hamp- ""t!,'k , . i stone, , jjj,!,.,, (,f San ol.(.. cai nll,. - ;;,) N. song of man, no worship and And let the whole world's gladness j ,iies last year in the century run no praise; ! be com pie e. compel ii ion. His iota I ini!e:iy(. Ii.r the i;iu ino.i i.aL- uiiiu ni" ) , ,.,. .,s Come with the face that hushed the) o Vavcns of old i Some weird fights are being pulled Come with 'thy maidens i:i a mis; (iff In New York. Th.- other night, or li-lit; Ma tie Baldwin a-.il Char!!!! Welhle Haste,. for the night falls and theifoiiR.it three rounds. A light ;ap on fhaduws fold, j the Jaw sent Weilile t.) the rlo.-ir, And voices cry and wander on the: wnere he lay crintentedly chewing a .height. I big wail of gum, while th" refere:.' winning. O- Aud sent on lyric seers the rush posit of $!ooo to back a challenge to from aouthern c"lif..rula to the of ol fire' flh' J,oe ans, SoJ the hght weight fect tnat Jin, Juffri(is wantg to 8hy Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held lu the City of Al- Duiuerquo, isew Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 1906, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the following polling places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwlck & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourth Ward Near corner of Cop per t'Venue and Third street. At which election the question of authorizing the issuanco of Three Hundred Thousand ($:i()U,000) Dollars of bonds of said City of Albuquerque, .".ew Mexico, to purchase and extend tho vater works now owned by the Water S'lpply company of said city, will be submitted to the qualified electors of said city, who are the owners of real or personal property, subject to taxation, within the City of Albuquerque. FRANK McKEE, Muyor. NOTICE Don't wait until your supply is entirely gone. Remember it takes time to execute good Job Printing and you should demand the very best. CITIZEN JOB DEPARTMENT produces work that pleases (its cus tomers. A 'phone call will have our man at your place of business to talk this mat ter over. New series of job type, just the kind for all commercial work, have been received at this office the past few days. ... Ir NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION, hours of ! o'clock a. m. ami fi o'clock p. m., of saTU day, at the following voting places; First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. championship of the world. The only hu int ,k 'i ,,,, .,, iCbadwkk & Co., on Gold avenue. And yet th... world is held by wintry stipuiatlcn Is that the weight must 'phe bit boilerninker lec'onilnir i,t hw VVard At office of E. II. chain, ,be fix,,, at 133 pounds ringside a, 6 old t.S anT manager Billy 1!- 'T', "th Third street Dead to thy social passion, holy o'clock. ;.:ut.y nU8 U!,,n tllI0vvll lnto ya ,.0. fourth W ard Near corner of Cop- one; -O . .. KUlive m,l l,v Marvin lt:lrt' tnl. I11' """"" (Homestead Entry No. 8C87.) Department of the Interior, Land Of flee at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 30, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof ln support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 6, 1906, viz.: John A. Sweeney, of Bernalillo county New Mexico, for the lots 1, 6 and 7, of section 1, township 8 north, range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Notiee u hreiiv thnt m' James u. uiDgnam, jonn w. uar- electlon will be held in the Citv of uett- Manuel Lopez and Ell A. Can Albiiuueniiie. New Mexico, on Tues- i trell ot Albuquerque, New Mexico. day. Anril 3rd. 1906. between the! MANUEL K. OTERO, Register. MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR My niercnant tailoring mop Is up- Charlie Murpiiy thinks tu has tne "'nV greatest pitching (staff In the world in j f i h.s ins cnicago Winers. tie concedes that Mathews u is the be ." "...a" are the owners of real or personal , .... tvA nmh i ..L. s said to be' wiMlnR to fight J',ro"T,y; r-,''ct , U! ,axtt,ion' whi also cleaned and 'walking skirts made : uiiited by cUuuaui. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 698.) Department of the Interior, United States land office, Santa Fe, N. M January 29, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named claimant has filed no tice of his Intention to make final proof in support of his claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, 1891. (26 Stats., 854). as amended hy tho act of February 21, 1893, (27 Stats., 470), and that said proof will be made before the United States court commissioner at Albuquerque. N. M., on March 9, 1906, tIz.: Placido Salazar y Otero, for the S. H. C. No. 698, for lot 1, sections 25 and 26; lots 3 and 4, sections 23, S4. 25 and 26; lot 2. section 25. townshio 7 north, range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twent: years next preceding the survey ot the township, vli.: Jesus Garcia, of Valencia, N. M.; Meliton 8. Otero, of Peralta, N. M.; Salvador M. Gonzales, of Albuquerque, N. M.; Juan Sanchez y Apodaca, of Peralta, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of' said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mention ed time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, end to offer evidence In rebuttal of that 8UD- luit what a shame It would the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico. !. t.t r..,. f. . u n.. si pitcher pu ''r.. J . J"::,:' r :. i AXK MoKEK Mayor. now before the public, but does not T..(.,. i i 1 " " think the other New York p.tcners , f,, .... " , ' Tl Vi,Mn aJ- i .,. -k:- i.i,i,.n,... i i, """'"i"1"- .....me, ilium e,.a. iu Sfo to It that the K ree would not lnteriere. as b': ubl in the affair with the ISutte miner. gin to sneak. And dead f ways. :t rise to walk Immortal Ytt lis: ii child Who lias no voice his grief Mighty M thir. to the: but song to tell ! Ec;ema, Tetter, Sail: Rheum, Itch, Rinj Worm, Herpes, Barbers' Itch. -Mi of these ilisea.,. are. attended y intense Whine, vsr.cii is almost in Mainly relieved by applying Chamber lain's Salve, and by continued ue a permanent cure in;:;, l.e effected. '"i. in fat;, cured h.any cases that bd resisted other t: -tuuent. Price -J' Per bix. I r sale by all druggista. , KILLthe COUGH AND CURE THE LUNC8 Tr.v a Ci'izen .t I. ""Dr. King's flew Discovery forC: rONSUVPTION OUGHSand OLDS Price B0oa$1.00 Fres Trial. Surest and Uuickest Cure for oil THROAT and LUNO T&OUB. US, or M0NE1 BACK. "ARMOILB'S BEvST" Flor is made froaia choiceTaplfLey Kaimsas MARD! XtTTTTi jl Tr J ' 'TL Tl T l e s IfT) TXT 7 TT tt-k a r. Tr-k - - . .. . . I BEST" is begmmiimig to make 'em ali go some. Insist apomi having' "ARNOLD'S BE,T0" from all pYocers. to order. Ctve me a trial. O. BAMBINI. o Mr. Bambini, at her parlors, No. 2i9 West Hailroad avenue. Is pre pared to plve thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicur ing. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of complexiou cream builds up tho shin and Improves the complexion, and is guaranteed not to be Injuri ous. She also prepar s a hair tonic that cures and prevents dandruff and hair falling out; restores life to dead hair; removes moles, warts and su perfluous hair. Also a face powder, a freckle euro and pimple cure and pile cure. All of these preparations are purely vegetable compounds. Have junt added a vibrator machine for treatimnl of sculp, face, and cure of wrinkles. It is also used fur rheuma- , Usm, pa ! tis and massage. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. COMING EVENT March 9 Kerry from (jerry. March 21 ICilery's Royal Italian band. March 31 Charles Hanford Com pany in Sbukspearian Blays. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. fi048.) Department of the Interior. Land Of fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 30, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that tne i r lowing named settler has filed notice of bis Intention to make final proof Ir. support of his claim, and that said proof will he made before the probata clerk at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 6, 1906, viz.: Manuel Chaves y Turrleta, of Ber nalillo . county. New Mexico, for tbe lot i, and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 19, town ship 9 north, range 3 east. He names the following witnesses t prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, vis.: Gregiorio Apodaca y Candelarla, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Francisco (irlego, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Manuel Antonio Bena, of Pajarlto. New Mexico; Ramon Lopez, of Albu querque. New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. o Try a Citizen want ad. . v...... .