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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 190.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAOf THftffC. TO COAL SHIPS WHILE AT SEA MM 4 Government Experiment Kith English Invention for That Purpose. RESTORATION OF MISSIONS historic San Juan Capistrano Is to be Saved From Destruction. MlllliWIII III I'lll 'Ill III I IHIWIIIIiHilWI'llllllllllli In Room Formerly Occupied by Maynard, the Jeweler, Second Street, Next to First National Bank Saturday Afternoon and Evening, March 17th ,4 144 fcUiAUlIMJL KEoIDENCp LOTS IN THE EASTERN AND PEREA ADDITIONS IN A SS Down Balance SS ner Month &JJ1Z1Z49JIJJJ Sm Sm 1 1 tZ I 1 1 - EMSE MM 'CTION SMIEt " v INTERESTING WREUL1NG MATCH Washington, D. C. March 7 One, of the most important steps taken in' tne navy department In tne way o f! adding to the mobility of the fleet in tinio of action Is the equipment of one ff the naval coalers with an Enghsn apparatus which wtil permit coaling at sea. This has been a subject dis cussed with much Interest by the naval general board. It Is considered of equal Importance with the means of repairing ships on the firing line by the employment of a floating dock. If vessels can be coaled at gea, of course, there will be a great saving in time, which, In the event of war means the preservation of the in tegrity, and therefore the maintenance of the efficiency cf the fleet. ue adoption of the British system ofj coaling ships at sea will not be re ceived la all quarters with approval, since it means the rejection of an American model, which was recently tested in the service and without those results deemed satisfactory by me expert observers, in tne contract made for the installation of tne ap paratus en the naval collier it is stipulated that the contractors shall receive no compensation until the de vice has been fully tested under prac tical conditions. This will include coaling at a distance from the shore and In reasonably rough weather. HISTORIC MISSION IS ABOUT TO BE RESTORED. Los Angeles, March 7. The historic mission of San Juan Capistrano, near this place, long a picturesque ruin, is to be restored and will revert to the Franciscan Fathers. San Juan Capistrano is more than 130 years old and was one of the most pretentious cf the chains of l""""u"B i-hiaunsiieu uy me r-run- (here will be a rusit early In the sea ciscan Brotherhood in the latter part'fon to get stock to consignees at the of the eighteenth century. It has Tm,nn,! n,,wain r-iovoinmi nrwi played an important part in the con version of the Indians. Nine years were consumed in the construction of the building which was considered a marvel of architecture by early Call fornians. In 1812 terrific earthquakes de Ktrcyed a portion of the structure and. after a period of disuse it was old to two Americans, McKinley and Foster, for ?710, and twenty year, later became a subject of litigation between them and the Catholic church, which claimed the church and its belongings and finally secured possession. For over half a century the mis sion has stood, a pitiful ruin, sinking ever into greater and greater decay. About a year ago Father Lucius of the Franciscan clergy of St. Joseph's, in this city, began making monthly vis its to San Juan and holding divine services within its crumbling walls. Recently Bishop Conaty of the diocese of Monterey and Ixs Angeles has acceded to many petitions that the old mission be restored to the Fran ciscans and, now that this Is accom plished, the work of restoration will begin at once. WRESTLING MATCH OF MUCH LOCAL INTEREST. New York, March 7. George Both uer, the lightweight champion catch-as-catch-enn wrestler, will wrestle Ibrahim Kazzi, the Turkish light weight wrestler, to a finish at the (Iraud Central palace this evening and sportsmen in general and lovers of the wrestling sport in particular are awaiting the result of the match with a great deal of Interest. Bothner Is quite confident that he will be able to defeat the Turkish wrestler and has made the statement that he Is not afraid of any rough practices, which the Turkish champion may see fit to employ. Bothner has made a careful study of Jlu-Jltsu and believes that his knowledge of the tricks of that style of defense will enable hiir to counteract any rough work cn the part of Kazzl. It is understood that Bothner Intends to take the offensive from the very beginning. During the last few weeks Bothner bas been training carefully and prac ticing attacks with John Parelli, the big Italian heavyweight wrestler. Bothner believes that after the train ing with Parelli he is prepared to niett any wrestler even should he be heavier than his Turkish opponent will be tonight. A large number of Princeton btudents will attend the match and will "root" for Bothner, who Is wrestling instructor at Prince ton. OZARK AGRICULTURISTS HAVE FORMED COMBINATION St. Louis, Mo.. March 7. A large meeting of dairymen, fruit growers, poultry raisers, etc., of the Ozark district, has been called to meet at ;he Hotel Jefferson for a three days' es.-i" ii. to consider way and means for the organization of the Ozark In-itn-i'i ial I"K clupmcn: assoi iation. The meeting is for the purpose of form i ii i4 a imbinatlon 01 the dairy, truu. poultry, ra.iroa.l and real estate in teiists of St. Louis and the Ozark district, with a view of Improving the various industries and devi loping the (!is rirt for the mutual good. One of Hie aiuis of the organization is to be, t.) mike the statute authorizing I'ue appoint ment of a bureoii of immi prat ion operative. The Ozark district is paricu'ar!;,- adapted tj the raining of tnir, dairy, farming, chick' n rais es 'ARNOLD'S BEOT" Flousr is made from BEST" is IbcgpmmHigf to maSs.e 'em all go some. Insist Tmpoim Ihaviimg' "ARNOLD'S Bl$Tp" fpossa alii Grocers A SECURE A PLAT AT OUR A SCOTT A a CurcsLamaB&ck Sloans Liniment ngi etc aIul although these Indus- tries have already attained a high degree of development In the district. it is believed, that a great deal more could be accomplished by thorough organization. LUMB carriers WILL INCREASE RATES CHARGED. Detroit, iuicu., March 7. The board of managers of the Lumber Carriers association met here today at the Normandie hoted to transact some important business in connectkn with the opening of the lumber moving sea son. The board will establish the opening rates, bo that loads may be chartered for the first trips. There is a large amount of lumber at upper iake points, ready for shipment, and other Lake Erie ports. It is expected that the rates to be established will will be considerably higher than those in force at the opening of last season. TRAVELING MEM WILL BOYCOTT FIKETRAPS CAMPAIGN STARTED IN CHICAGO TO DEMAND SAFER HOTELS FOR MODERN KNIGHTS OF THE ROAD. Chicago, . March 7. Western travel ing men have started a movement to secure safer hotels. Members of the Illinois Commercial Men's association hava agreed to constitute themselves a body of fire Inspectors with roving commissions to see that fire regula tions are observed in all hotels in which they stop, and to "kick"' when dangerous conditions are discovered. The West hotel fire In Minneapolis started this movement, and the Illi nois traveling men have already heard from Iowa and other associations that the campagn for safer hotels will have the support of the traveling biotaer hood everywhere. The West hotel was of the so-called "slow-burning" order, but it did not burn slow enough to prevent the death of ight people, six of whom were traveling men. It is not this sort ot "fireproof" hotel that the commercial travelers demand. They promise their patronage to proprietors of the steel anil fireproof tile type of hotel. In view of the fact that traveling men form tho largest element In hotel prosperity, it is not unlkely that their campaign will be the beginning or an era of fireproof building, such as no other agency has been able to bring aliout. "In any hotel fire most of the peo ple whoso lives are endangered are traveling men," said the president ot the Illinois association, "We spend most of our nights in hotels and have a right to demand greater safety. Possibly many doubt if there Is Buffi cient need for such a radical move ment. Of three or four hotels in a go?d sized city, it will be difficult to determine which is the least protect ed. The rule obtains the courry through, even in states where strict laws covering this subject are found on the statutes. There are now laws enough, and it is up to us to stir them into action. Already the campaign has won its converts and individually the travelers will boycott hotels ihat do not provide protection," BATTLESHIP WYOMING NOT TO BE COMMISSIONED San Francisco, Cal., March 7. '1 he Wyoming, which is at the Mare Island navy yard, and which is having the turrets altered niav not go into com mission again. The Wyoming Is one of the vessels which it is proposed: to keep indefinitely on the waiting' list. Tin- navy department has just j approved a stirvty of tile ship ti the' extent ,f $i)ii,noo, of which amount ! lil.oiHi will be spent on the turrets. The remainder is intended for expeu ili itre in gem ral overhauling; but this amount will not be expended U it is finally decide. I that the Wyom ing m'. not y0 into commisslou ul Ollee. Mrs. Y rkes-Mizner has mine to Chicago. Young Miner. however, u.-ed ti. t be really and truly alarmed until she aoi.s to Fargo. OFFICE, LOOK OVER THE GROUND KNIGHT AUCTIONEER Wo Mike Donlin proved himself to be. McOraw's "rantankerous friend up the' fiver." ' I O Thero will be six left-hand batters ' on the Toronto team this season, pretty nearly the record number. I O I Chicago fans have raised jr00 to wager that the Cubs beat out Cincin nati. There is considerable stillness on the banks of the Ohio. "Noodles" Hahn used to ridicule the early training idea. He was one of the first pitchers to begin practic ing this season. O Frank Hoppe, brother of Willie, offers to bet $3,000 on his brother at odds of 10 to 7, against George Slos son in their coming match in New York on the 27th. Clark Griffith is pinning his hope cf getting two good pitchers out. of his bunch of untried recruits. Talk about faith moving mountains, but Griff sure has it. O The Cleveland club "covered up" only eleven players this year, white several other teams "covered up" less than a dozen each. And yet Ban Jo.inson is finding fault. Jack McCormickf the veteran fight er, has been engaged as trainer of the Chicago Cubs, and he will look after the physical condition of the men throughout the season. Battling Nelson's press agent Is having him rescue Imperiled women in runaways in West Virginia and after he has closed his dramatic sea son, too. What a sheer waste of good material. C. M. Daniels is well qualified for the title of "human fish." At the re cent aquatic event in New York he broke fourteen American and two world's records, which is certainly swimming some. 0 Charley Dexter will probably man nge the Milwaukee team In the Amer lean association next season. If he could only manage his temper he would prove a valuable acquisition to the froth blowers. After Inflelder Tim Flood, who as saulted an umpire In tho Pacific Coast league last season, was reinstated he jumped to the outlaw league. Sharper than a serpent's tooth is the action of some baseball players. O After Jack Root had gained a deci sion over Fred Russell of Denver, at Kalamazoo, Russell attacked Root and a lively fight, packing house rules, took place. Root was kicked In the stomach and pretty badly hurt. Rus Bell wants to fight him again. THEY WILL WRESTLE FOR WORLD'S CHAMPIONSHIP George Bothner the lightweight i liampion catch-as-ca'ch-caa wrestler, uti.l Abrahim Kai'.z! of Tyre, Syria, a province oi Turkey, wiil meet in a fir.!- ii ti.ii eh tor the i iiaaip! ns-hip of the world t-::ii','!.t at th, Grind Central pa'.aie. New York city Bothner has entirely rec.iviie.i the ut-e of his arm. wnicli was l .i. My ii.J.ir. ii in a receal AND MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS rlcj Nearly all of the players who write to headquarters that they are in fine condition add a postscript to the effect that they will be unable to report for practice as early as they should like on account of business arrangements. O The crack of the bat is resounding in the land where the sweet magno lia grows. In alout 30 days it will be heard In this community, if there are no Iciclps or stray blizzards linger ing in the lap of spring. O Tommy Murphy, tho perennial fight er, will meet Matty Baldwin before the Chelsea Athletic club, March 8. This is one or the best matches re cently made among the little fellows, and the fight should be a corker. Johnnie Ford of Jersey City, was knocked out in half a round the other! night by Joe Lavole at Gloucester, Mass. He was unconscious for ten minutes and for awhile It looked as I though he might not come out of his! trance at all. 0 Six boats will participate in the race for the Roosevelt cup, three rep resenting America and like number i Germany. The race will be held ofti Marblehead, Mass., and next year's' race will be held at Kiel for a cup' offered by the kaiser. O "Spike" Shannon has been selected as captain of the St. Louis Cardinals! by Manager McCIo!ioy. Shannon is an outfielder nnd his selection was a' surprise to St. UjuIs fans, who hadj ivvniuK uver ine niiieia ior tne probable leader. O i The suspension for one year at Ascot park, of J. J .McCafferty and "Boots" Durnell for alleged crooked racing will have a salutary effect on the game at Los Angeles. Crooked owners and trainers have about killed the game In this country. O Thus far, Cleveland. Chicago, De troit and four other cltloa have been picked as important factors in the American league race. There Is a unanimous sllencn concerning one town's chances. Far bo it from us to say that that town is Brooklyn. O Jimmy McAleer has great faith In Evans, tho Youngstown newspaper man, who Is to be an American league umpire this season. "Evans will make good," says Mac, "or else I don't know the elements that go to make up a first-class handler of the indicator." O Willie Hoppe, the boy bllliardist, found it necessary to send to St. Louis for an expert billiard player to play practice games with him, because none of the lending players would play with him. Hoppe's friends claim that Mornlngstar, Sihaefer, Slosson and the other cue experts are jealous contest with Ah c '-'wansun. Ho U acting as Instructor at Princeton col lege. Boh men I. a..- posted furei:n f''r 1"S pounds, riti-'-ide. The match should prove a i.i interesting om as Kazzi is ur.u-. ' ' strong and a Ktessive and Butt.:, friends he will :ii own game. lias assured hi the Turk at hi.- choitr.e'i! wikv, BEFORE YOU CO TO BID. SALES WILL SURETY "First DOCTOR CASCARET Afri w - vrrice in your own vestfoclvet. On coll any Minute Day or j-j When Heartburn, Sour Stomach, Headache, Bad Breath, Coated Tongue, Belching of Stomach Cas, or any of these forerunners of Indigestion appear, Old Dr. Cascaret wants to be right on the spot in your pocket. He wants to check the coming trouble Instantly before it can grow into a habit of the Bowels to be costive. Ladles, who extend to Dr. Cascaret the hospitality of their Purses or their Dress Pockets, will be rewarded with (Ine complexion, and healthy Happiness. These will about fifty times repay for the trifling space occupied, and the Jen cents per week at cost. ' Dr. Cascaret guarantees to cure the most obstinate cases of Constipation and Indigestion, without discomfort or In convenience. His medicine does rioJ gripe nor purge, nor create a drug habit. Because It Is not a "Blle-drlver," nor a Gastric-Juice Waster, but a direct Tonic to the Bowel Muscles. It exercises naturally the muscles that line the walls of the Intestines and Bowels. Want of Exercise weakens and relaxes these Bowel-Muscles, Just as it weakens Arm and Leg muscles. Old Dr. Cascaret goes directly after these Bowel-Muscles. He wakes them up just as a cold bath would wake up a lazy person. or the boy wonder. Hoppe Is practic ing for his coming meeting with Sut ton, and It was necessary to opposo him in his practice games. Peterson, the well known St. Louis player, has consented to act as his opponent. D .lames J. Corbel t has signed a theatrical contract with the Mitten hals to star In a comedy next season. He Insisted that there should be no reference in any manner to pugilism in the piece. Corbet t is anxious to stand or fall on his merits as an actor. O A Canadian baseball league is one of the possibilities of the season. As the league Is now planned It would in clude Montreal. Ottawa and Kingston and (juelp In the wtst. Mantreal Is in j uie r.asiera league, nut WOU1U Riaaty drop out to become a member of an nil Canadian organization. Q Herman Schaefer, Detroit's second baseman, coyly announces that his (uitrart is unsatisfactory and that he n:ay go back to the pretzel works this .iiMimer instead of spearing tho fes tive "rounder. In the meantime, he is taking tin' baths at Hot Springs, Just to show that tie can bat in plavini:. j robably. without j T!:: f:ct t.iat Herniis has been de clare 1 .it of all the important handi caps i Lis season leads to the belief tha: t i- gr at racer cannot mand thu .-.fx re ordeal of training, and that hi:, '.I id.lrawal from the classics in i .it -', his permanent retiruuent from the tint I; is said that Eng. ne Hildebrand, the jockey who was set down for ui-:r. riding, will be reinstated. If I... :- V A J ii ! I'-'-'i' ri.en another chance by the :!.., it is to be hoped that the t low will nave sense enough to by his experience ami ride every foil the s(ii.ire. abatidrnmen' of foot kali at Tt -.a is sal.i to have curtailed tinitrici s of the at li It" if tnd of the ' :'i ii. and i: i ; announced that .' '..-.in not be represented at poutriikeepsie n-itatta this spring a: -to- will rowing be affected at !I,.-tl' ' ' i ' S l ton. but baseball and track i-. well. P. lerson. the St. Louis pr -was the firs; bllliardist to It.e .ill l! w;::;. Pa .-is Hoppe since his return Hoppe has a standing a::y professional in the ;iu' li i in $1'3 if he should a'li! IHf Alim NOLD' BE MADE FROM A LARGE PLOT INVESTMENT CO OWNERS Aid" to the Bowels Then he works them (through the nerves) till they get so strong from that Exercise that they don't need any more help to do their duty. But Dr. Cascaret wants to be right on the spot. In your Pocket or'Purse, where he can regulate these Bowel Muscles all the time, in health, and out of health. Because, even the strongest Bowel Muscles may be overworked. Heavy dinners, late suppers, whiskey, wine, or beer drinking, nervous excite ment, sudden exposure to cold or heat and a dozen other every day likelihoods tire the Bowel Muscles. In such cases a little Cascaret In time Is worth fifty dollars worth of Treatment later on, to say nothing of the suffering, discomfort, loss of Business Energy, and toss of Social Sunshine It saves. Old Dr. Cascaret carried constantly In your Vest Pocket, or in "My Lady's" Purse is the cheapest kind of Health-Insurance, and Happiness - Promotion, that ever happened. Little thin enamel Cascaret Box, half as thick as your watch, round-cornered, smooth-edged, and shaped so you don't notice its presence. Contains six Candy tablets Price Ten Cents a Box at any Druggist's. Be sure you get the genuine made only by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never sold In bulk. Every tablet stamped "CCC." Of TREE TO OUR TRIKNDSt We want to send to oar friends a beautiful French-desifroed. GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX. hard-enameled in colors. It is beauty for the dressing table. Ten tents In I tamps it asked as a measure of rood fait h and to cover cost oi Caacarets, with which tHlaoalnty trinket is loaded. TH Send to-day, mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Company, Chicago rr Mew York. be beaten In a 300-polnt game. Hoppe to play 1S.1 and his opponent 18.2 balk line. Peterson's score was 300 to Hoppe'g 211. Peterson went to New York to play with Hoppe during his preliminary training for his com ing match wl.h Slosson. President Comlskey says he expects Jimmy Callahan to report for duty and play with the White Sox this sea son. He thinks Cal will manage his amateur league team as a side issue. Callahan tells a different story, hut he hasn't had as much experience as the old Comanche, who knows what a tragedy pay day is sometimes. Pitcher .McCarthy, who was "cov ered up" by the New York Americans for the Montreal club, threatens to umn Ir. tho nntlnwa "If I hu.l Uan given a chance and proved a failure I should have no complaint," he says, "but I was not given a trial. I was merely a pawn on the chessboard and New York took advantage of the draft ing rules to keep me in Montreal." The most optimistic reports come from Terry McGovern'a training camp. He seems to nossess all hla nld.tlmn enthusiasm for the work and is get ting himself Into trim with the can tldence of a tighter who Is sure of victory. His training quarters are crowded daily with admirers, whose belief in hi in Increases as t.ie days go by. An attempt will be made to hold races at St. Iuis this spring. The decision of the supreme court that the police acted illegally in serving war rants outside of the city limits has I given the track owners courago to go against the county officials. In I .Missouri It has been contended that the police were state officers and coul.l serve warrants anywhere in the state. Governor Folk threatens to call out the militia in case racing is a' tempted, but this is regarded as a Folk bluff In his fight tJ succeed W. J. Stone as I'nited Slates senator from Missouri. Mrs. Iiumblnl, at her parlors. No. 20f West Railroad avenue, in pre pare! to plve thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and inanlcur lug. Mrs. liamblni's own preparation I of complexion cream builds up the j skiu and improves the complexion. I and is guaranteed r.oi to be injuri-! otis. She al.so prepares a, hair tonic that cures and prevents dandruff and ! hiir In iil' out: restore lif. in ,t,oui 1 hair; removes moles, warts and su perfluous hair. Alno a face powder, a freckle cure and pimple cure and pile , cure. All of these preparations are! purely vegetable compounds. Hav Jui-t added a vibrator machine for treatment of scalp, face, and ctlre of wrinkles. It Is also used f'r rheuma-, Usui, pains and massage. ' IN THE AUCTION ROOM. NOTICE Notice U hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the City of Albu querque, New 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 Cha. Chadwlck & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. IL Dunbar, on South Third street. Fouith Ward Nenr 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 ll:uits of the said city, shall chooM the following officers: One Mayor For a term of tto years; One City Clerk For a term of two. years; One City Treasurer For a term of two years. Two Members of the City 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 Memher of tho City Council from the Second Ward Fxr a term of four years; One Memher of tho 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 four years. One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the First Ward For a term of four years; Two Members of the Board of Edu cation from the 8econd Ward One for a term of four years, and one for a term of two years, to fill out an un expired term. One Member of the Bonrd of Edu cation from the Third Ward For a tern of four years; One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Fourth Ward For a tern ot four years; FRANK McKEE. Mayor. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that un elec tion will be held In the City of Al buquerque, New Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 190G, between the hours of 'o clock a. in. and 6 o'clock p. m.. of said day, at the following polling places: First Ward City Hall. Second Wnrd At office of Chas. Chadwlck & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. II. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourth Ward Near corner of Cop per svenuo and Third street. At which election tho question of authorizing the Issuance of Three Hundred Thousand ($:!00,000) Dollars of bonds of said City of Albuquerque, 'ew Mexico, to purchase and extend tho vater works now owned by the Water Supply company of said city, will be submitted to the qualified electors of said city, who are tha owners of real or personal property, subject to taxation, within tha City of Albuquerque. FRANK McKEE, Mayor. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Albuquerque, New .Mexico, on Tues day, April 3rd, 1D0C, between tha hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m., of saM day, at the following voting places: First Ward Cily Hail. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwlck & Co., oa Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of K. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourth Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At which said election the question df authorizing the issuance of Thirty Thousand (JiiO.OOO) Dollars of bonds of tho said City of Albuquerque, New Mex ico, to re "i r.r'l build a city building, wiil l.e submitted to the qualified electors of said city, who are the owners of real or personal property, subject to taxation, within the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico. FRANK McKEE, Mayor. MERCHANTTAILORINC UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR My mercnani tailoring anop 1 up Btalrs over No. 2u! West Railroad ave nue, where 1 boliclt the patronage of the public. Aii work guaranteed first clasij, as I have had fifteen years' ex perlence in the business. Suits made ,0 order. Clothes cleaned, pressed anil '?Pired- The specific 1 use will not injure the cloth. Ladies' garment k,li0 cleaned and walking skirts nisde l" oiuer. iitvo u:e iritti. O. BAMBINI. COMING EVENTS a Kerry from (K-rry. l Klliiy's Royal Italian March March band. March 31- Viarles Hanford Com pany in Shiikspearlau l'lnya. I