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ALHUQUKHQUE KVEX1N0 CITIZEN.
FACE SIX. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7. 1906. MAJOR IIERSEV TO NORTH POLE former New Mexico Adjutant General Will Accompany Well man Expedition. layman alike. Major Itersey has re ceived the assignment in accompany Mr. Wollraan, through Wellroan'a re quest to the government to that ef fect. Major Mersey stated that he did not know when ho would be called from his duties o prepare for (hi; ex pedltlon. WELL KNOWN IN ALBUQUERQUE Major H. H. Horsey. inspector of the United States weather bureau, and former adjutant general of New Mex ico, at the time of the beginning of hostilities between the United States and Spain, at which time he resigned to accept a majorshlp of a Hough Hlder squadron, fighting wilh Colonel Rcxjsevelt In Cuba, will accompany Walter YVilnian. the Chicago Kocord Henild nuin, on hi air 6iiip expedition to the north pole. Major Mersey Is well known to a number of Albuqtierqtieans of the old days, and to many citizens of Santa Kv where he served a number of years as the weather observer at the government weather bureau There, and later as section director, with headquarters In Santa Fe. Therefore, his coming trip with Wollraan is at tracting much attention in this sec lion of New Mexico. The major, when swn by a news paper representative at F3 Paso a few days ago, was averse to talking of the coming expedition. "It Is a Chicago Record-llerald-Wcllmnn project," said the major, "and I am simply going along as the government meterologtst and passen ger; therefore, Wlellman is the man who has the right to talk of the ex pedition. 1 have no family ties, nor near relations, and I risk but little, as -compared to Wellman, who has a .large family. "The start will be made from Spitz foergfn, Norway, and while we will try to get away in May of this year, it may Je May, 1907, before the expedi tion is ready. We will construct a wireless telegraph station at Spitz tiergen, and hope to be in communica tion with tt all the time. The air ship will be operated by two motors, one .25 and one 60-horsepower, so that if on breaks the other can be used. The expedition will consist of three or five men, and each will be taught to op erate the air shin so that reliefs can be made possible In case of sickness -or accident to the others. The calcu lations are that the Bhip will have a maximum speed of twenty miles an hour. The trip will occupy about three weeks. If we return alive and successful, then there will be time enough to talk." The proposed trip to the north, pole or air ship has been .exploited through the newspapers until it is the talk of the hour, and is being watched with much Interest by scientist and Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough Remedy In His House. "We would not bo without Chamber Iain's Cough Itemody. It Is kept on hand continually in our home," says W. V. Kearney, edit it of the- Indo-IM-ndent, Ijowry City. Mo. That Is just what every family should do. When kept at hsid ready for Instant use, a cold may bo checked at the out pet and cured in much less time than after it ha become settled in the system. This remedy Is also without a peer for croup in children, and will prevent the attack when given as soon as the child becomes boarse, Oi even after the croupy cough appears, which can ,cnly bo done when the remedy is toept at hand. For sale by all druggists. TO ADD 12 WORDS TO PHONETIC LIST Tim aiiMoft nf refnrnieil RTtelllnir wdb rltHruimrwt hv the rienartmont. of superintendence of the National Edu cational association in convention the other day at Ixnitsvllle, Ky., and upon motion of Dr. E. Benjamin Andrews of the University of Nebraska, a reso- 1iitl.ni una mlnntcri recommending that the department of superintend ence overture me isauonai tuuuca t'.:nal association to order that twelve nhonctlc words be used hereafter in all Its publications. These words are: "Bizness," for business; "Bnuff," for enough; 'Tether," for feather; "Mes- ure, ror measure; t'lesure, ior pleasure: "Red." for read; "Rut," for rough: "Trauf," for trough; "Thru," for through; "Tuf," tor tough; Tung," for tongue; "Yung," for young. jf JF la 1 to t n-j Hwjj M la itrUir. VJVl'Nt tNS!HtMiClt G. MENANDWOtviEil, Dm big Ct for unnatural diftcli&raac.ftiflinimatiuna. rrifatiotu or ulcerations u nt: ooa luetubitme. Fa.nlMi. t.d not aitiio Bnt or po:onnut. cp torit 1" nlftin wranner. ly ixprwim. prepaid, lor li .ui. r 9 iof tip i. 79. Circular anul oa imtuMfc SCHOOL SUPERINTENDENTS SUG GEST FURTHER REFORM IN SPELLING. 9ti Lot Your RfleE'cfoasst G Other FSonair Except v& You Maty Gold Qom Fiogar DR. BARTON OF E5TANCIA IN TROUBLE TO BE TAKEN BACK TO EUFAULA, INDIAN TERRITORY, FOR CON TEMPT OF COURT. Ir. A. P. Barton of ICstancia, who has filed on a homestead lu the Ks tiincia valley about fJght miles south of the town of Iistancla, was taken to Santa Fe Sunday by Deputy United States Marshal Kornoff, who will later take him to Eufaula, I. T. Dr. Barton is wanted there for failure to obey a subjoena to appear as a- w itness before a grand Jury in a murder trial. The court issued an attachment for him and the order lor his delivery to the Indian Territory officials was signed by Judge Mann before the judge left for Estancla. Dr, Barton told the deputy that he would have gladly obeyed the summons of the grand Jury before gulMluz Indian Territory but that his wife was very 111 and ho need- some of the best expert irrigation engineers In the United States had made a thorough examination of the whole situation and pronounced the undertaking perfectly feasible and ab solutely sure In every respect, fur nishes every assurance that could be asked lv any reasonable person that the predictions made by good judges that the 0 acres under that reser voir are g-Mng to make one of the most prosprous agricultural districts In the Pecos valley region, will be fully verified. DIED SUDDENLY FROM HEART DISEASE WHILE SEATED AT TABLE, EAT ING DINNER, A SANTA FE WO MAN PASSES M DEATH. Torture by Savages. "Speaking of the torture to which some of the savag tribes In the Phil ippines subject their captives, reminds nie 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 Bitters, ibree bottles of which completely cured me.' Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood disorders and malaria; and restores the weak and nervous to robust health" Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 60c. o BIG LAND SALE -.i-' BRACING MANY ACRES. W. F. Buchanan, of Tucumcarl, last week bought the bond interest in the Beck grant, in San Miguel and Guda lupe counties, embracing 62,901 acres, paying $ldO,(K)0 therefor. A Lively Tussle. with that old enemy of the race, con stipation, often ends in appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stom ach, liver and bowels, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They perfectly reg ulate those organs, without ' 'pain or discomfort. 25c at all drug stores. While seated at the table, eating dinner, at noon, Monday, Mrs. Dolor Itas Romero de Trujillo, aged 67 venrs. fell suddenly dead. ut. her ed what money he hnd to bring her home, in Santa Fe. Death resulted to New Mexico and care for her. from heart failure. A coincidence is When this is brought to the attention the fact that her husband, Ignaclo of the court, Dr. Barton will probably Trujillo, while eating New Year's be left off with a reprimand after giv- dinner, four years ago. died In the lng his testimony. isame manner at the same age. The warrant which caused the ar-i Mrs. Trujillo had been a sufferer rest of the doctor was based upon the from heart disease. About eight days charge of contempt of court. 'ago she had a slight attack of heart The case In which he Is a witness trouble, but her friends thought that is an Important one since it Involves she had fully recoveed. Monday the life of another doctor, Claud H. morning Mrs. Trujillo walked down Mills by name, who is a resident f town to make some purchases, and Eufaula. Mills, it Is alleged, poisoned remarked that she felt in the best a young girl In that town in attempt- of health and spirits. At the mid ing to conceal another crime. An ef- day meal she laughed and talked with fort was made to save her life by Dr. members of the family. Suddenly, Barton but, while he succeeded in con- however, her face paled, she gave a teracting the effects of the poison, short gasp, and placed her hand to conditions resulted which caused the her breast. Those at the table went girl to die. Dr. Barton said he did not t once to her assistance, but she leave Indian Territory to avoid telling wns unconscious by the time they what he knew of the affair, to save reached her. and died before the Mills. He was not locked up while f.oM be removed from the chair upon at Santa Fe but -was allowed to occupy -which she was seated to a bed. Med a room la the Claire hotel. He told assistance was called, but life Henntv rnmntt tht h would make was extinct. Mrs. Trujillo left two n. attempt to -escape. ai i.t aiiu nauiutiai a 1 i ii uuiu oi . STRANGE STORY OF A FEMALE DR. JEKYLL AND MR. HYDE" BEJEWELED OWNER OF NEW YORK APARTMENT HOUSE IS IDENTIFIED AS ST. REGIS CHAMBERMAID CHARGED WITH STEALING A HOUSE FULL OF LOOT POSITIVELY IDENTIFIED, SHE DENIES MANY CRIMES. New York, March 6. Surprised In her fine apartments embellished with alleged loot from a half dozen of New York's swellest hotels, Mrs. Caroline Flower was arrested as Thelma Paul sen, a former chambermaid at the St. Regis. When the detectives found her at the five-story flat building at 22.-. West Eighty-third street, which she owns, she was in evening dress and ablaze with diamonds. If she Is convicted of the charge against her, it will establish her a remarkable ex ample of a female "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." In mnslral life of the metropolis, Mrs. Flower Is known as an accom plished composer and artiste. As Thelma Paulsen It is charged she worked as a menial in the great ho'cls of New York and carried oft silver and linen to deck her rooms in the big building for which she is trying to pay a final installment. Mrs. Flower is 30, and was born In , Mankato, Minn., Katrlna Pew, so her aged mother says. The aid of relatiy?s and a small income of her mother from Norway made it possible to send her to Berlin to study music, and since then she has made her own living as a concert, pianiste and at teaching music. She performed un der the name of Caroline Maben, she sons and one daughter, Climaca, Hil- ! having married a man named Malen children, B. Flower of Brooklyn, from whom great fhe lives apart. She is described as j very ambitious to pay off the debt on I her flat building and to gain fame as Afflicted With Rheumatism. a soloist. are the mothers of several thus making the deceased grandmother. ROSWELL WILL ROAST ROSWELL KNOCKERS. Under date of March 3, a correspon dent writing from Roswell says: W. M. Reed, engineer in charge of the government worn on me nonuo reser-, .., wag aiu am yet afflicted with I A former housekeeper for Mrs. voir, had the water turned into the rheumatism." says Mr. J. C. Bayne, Flower told the hotel people that her reservoir some days ago and the editor of the Herald, Addington, In-'mistress had linen wi:h the St. Regis stream carried no silt or sediment dlan Territory, "but thanks to Cham- marlc on It, and they found it when into the basin. 1 berlaln's Pain Balm am able once they descended upon her home. Roswell has a few "renegades who moro to attend to business. It is the A dual life was not suspected until are charged with "knocking" the llCSt of nninwiits." If troubled with one of the hotel clerks had confronted Hondo reservoir scheme. If they are rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial her and he immediately identified her cuusiii. ai it any uuie in me iuiurc, nnd you are certain to be more than as Thelma Paulsen, a chambermaid Flower who was then under arrest. Thelma Paulsen had given them an address on 110th street, where Mrs. Flower's mother lives. Mrs. Flower drew herself up and denied that she was Thelma Paulsen. "Why, Thelma was my maid," she said. But her mother admitted tnat Mrs. Flower had told ber she had been, working In hotels between concert en gagements. Mrs. Flower was released on bond, t She denies hysterically that she stole anything and that she will satisfac torily explain the possession of so much hotel linen and silverware. Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch, Ring Worm, Herpes, Barbers' itch. All of these diseases are attended by intense itching, wmch is almost in stantly relieved by applying Chamber lain's Salve, and by its continued use a permanent cure may be effected. ... has, in fact, cured many cases that had resisted other treatment. 25 cents per box. For sale druggists. FLOCKS DOING WELL IN SOUTHERN PART. Sheep are In extra fine condition in Sou hern New Mexico. Fr.sm the ranch of J. H, Nations In the western part of Socorro county comes the word that condition- could not be Itetter. There was almost no losses in that iltKtrlct an there were In North- Price AP icpur Mexico, e&neclallv alone the bv a!1 line of the Rock Island where deep snows continued for a long period. Try a Citizen want ad. NEW SPRING HATS. In all the new and popular styles. 12.50 to 15.00. Simon Stern, the Rail- their names will be published by the pleased with the prompt relief It af- who had worked at'the hotel a short; road Avenue Clothier. noswen uauy neoora so mat. me pun- fords. One application relieves the time. She had come with strong rec ite can know who they are and accord pain For sae i,y all druggists. ommendations from the very Mrs.' them the treatment they deserve. The fact that prominent men of means ... 1 who come here to invest and, after: careful Investigation Into all the con ditions, buy lands under the Hondo, reservoir and that the government did not undertake the work until after NOTICE. If you want your money's worth try out 15 cent meals. Cordova restaur ant, 315 South First street. Try a Citizen want ad. ASK YOUR GROCER FOR GOLD COIN FLOUR IE IRE CITY? Saw THE Residence Seeftioim? Say Did Yoo. Go Dowim or Up? Sit Up, You Siome-BuilderS TaRe Notice You Investor! EES DO you realize that Albupuerque is a city; a steady, rapidly growing CITY Do you know the critical stage is long passed; that no matter where or how this Territory may develop, Albuquerque demands her toll; that she is IT You Men Who Dream of Money DO you know we own the "CAPITOL HILL OF ALBUQUERQUE?" That we possess the limited supply of what, from this time forth, MUST be in much demand? That we, and we only, have THE HEIGHTS THE SLOPE THE VIEW? That, in one compact tract, only eight blocks from the heart of the city, we hold over fifty blocks to be devoted to residence purposes exclus ivelyNo Factoreis, No Stores, No Saloons, No Boarding-houses, etc? That we own our own water plant and will furnish you water, piped to your property line, at a price guaranteed to be less than the present rates? That we have es tablished two large parks, and, at our expense, will build the cement walks and line the streets with trees? ( Again, You Conservative Speculators DO you know that Silver Avenue and the adjacent blocks comprise the CREAM OF THE ENTIRE ADDITION? That, beginning at one park, and ending at another, it will also be parked on both sides throughout its length? That, on this street, a building-line is drawn beyond which no dwelling may project? That, though no time limit is imposed, yet here no residence, when constructed, shall cost less than $4000? That these excluding clauses follow in all deeds and assure to the purchaser and his heirs, for all time to come, his home amid beautiful residences and the quiet and refinement of such surroundings? :JUST SIXTY SITES OA? THIS A VENUEk We Now Offer Building Sites, 100x132 Feet, 1000 to $1200! Think you Ambitious SWan; Borrow If ftfeccessary; But Buy! Wait, and Someone VJiil be Glad to Treble Your Price! We Hold Not All the Best, but the Best of All! The TerraGe Mdditlon Improvement Company M. P. SI A MM, Secretary and Selling Agent IMHlMMHTTtm?