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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CI1IZEN.
TUESDAY, AUGU3T 7, 1906. PACE FIVE. ) FAMOUS AMERICAN BALLOONIST TO EXHIBIT IN ALBUQUERQUE During the Twenty-Sixth Annuai Fair. Photographs of Prof. King. His Wife and Linson. PROGRAM OF JERSEY PREMIUMS At, Knirmount park, Kansas City, Mo., Sunday afternoon, Prof. Kins, America's fanunia balloonist, and E. Unsorr, Knglnnd's champion hot-air 'balloon aseenslonlst, engaged In a par achute race that Is said by the Kan sas City papers, to have hern one of Iho most sensational aerial acts wit nessed there in many seasons. Professor King, together with his wife and a trained monkey, has been specially cnnagrd 1o give balloon as censions and parachute races here dur ing the twenty-sixth annual fair. TJT-' thn 'u 1 Inn in ii Photograph of Prof. King and Prof. Linson in a Parachute Race at Kansas City. Mr. King in Her Balloon. While exhibiting In Albuquerque Praf. King will take the monkey up with him, attach a small parachute to Mr. .Monk, and cut both himself and the monk loose at the same time that his wife, in a separate balloon, cuts loose, the race being to see who will reacu earth first. The accompanying Illustrations show Prof. King and Prof. Linson making their 'parachute race at Kansas City Sunday. Mrs. King is still seated on the cress-bar of her balloon, prepar ing to cut loose the parachute, wliile Prof. King and Linson can be seen rapidly descending to earth, King In the lead. The race was won by King, as is evident by a glance at the Illus tration. Linson lost valuable time af ter the signal sounded to cut loose in endeavoring to dlsentagle his para chute. The second Illustration shows Mrs. King hanging to the cross bar of her balloon by one band, 1,000 feet above the earth. King, his wife and the monkey will make ascensions and parachute races daily during fair week, and judging from the press notices they have been receiving, will be one of the main fea tures of the many attractions to be seen here from September 17 to 22 Inclusive. The Kansas City Times, of Monday, commenting on the race, says: The double balloon ascension of Ted King, an American aeronaut, and Edward Linson of England was given at Fair mount park yeBterday. King out classed his oppoasnt by more than 500 feet. King will make ascensions the rest of the week at Fairmount park. OTHER FAIR PLANS. Different plans looking to the mak ing of the twenty-sixth annual ter- ! ritorial fair a grand success - go on j apace at the fair association's head quarters. The plans for the sending' out of the advertising car have been ! completed and the car, with J. B. Mc Manus in charge, will in all probabll-! ity, leive here on the morning of Au-: gust 13. I Charles E. Oleckler, superintendent j of the Jersey Cattle show, is working! hard on his part of the exhibits, and states that he is receiving many com munications relative to the Jersey ex-j hibit. the writers expressing their in-! teutons of entering their stock 1n the show. 1 Sixteen prizes, nggrcgiitiug $0j in cash premiums, together with three di plomas, will be awarded the success-' ful entries, as follows: j PK EM I I'M LIST. 1 (All cows In milk must lie thorough-' FEARS HER HUSBAND MAY STEAL CHILD AND MRS. tvlAMIF. E. COMSTOCK APPLIES FOR GUARDIAN OTHER PROBATE COURT NEWS. Because me fears lu r husband, whom she is suing for divorce, will at lempt to kidnap iheir little five-year-old duuglinf, llarUira Helen Coiif stock. Mrs. .uamie E. Comstock of his city, wife of Allien L. Com.itock, formerly an eniniu-. r on the Santa Fe, but now residing at Ev nsville, Ind., yesterday arplied to tje prolatu court t have her mother, Mrs. Barbara Helen Hatch, residing at. 21 Soiit.i vv'altcr street, tnis city, apioIiited b g al guardian of the child and lier es tate, pending the outcome of the di vorce suit. Judge Homero after con sidering the case apjioiutt'ii Mrs Hatch 'Ti e -via ly milked o 't between fl and 7 o'clock the evening pitceding the day of ex hibition. No animal (Itemed unwor thy shall -be awarded a premium, but no premium shall be withheld merely because there la no competition. Judges may award any premium ac cording to the grade cf the animal. Objections or protests musi be sub mitted to the superintendent In writ ing and uiKin which he shall have full power to act.) I Lot 1. 1 null, 3 years old or over; first premium, $Su; second, $40; third, 130. 2 Bull, 1 year old and tinder 3, first premium, $10; second, $3; third. $5. 3 Bull, 1 year old and under 2, first prtmlum, $10; second, $5; third, $5. 4 Hull under 1 year old calves; first premium, $10; second. $3; third, $".. 5 Cow, 3. years old and over; first premium, $2a; second, $15; third, $10. 6 Cow, 2 years old and under 3; first premium, $20; second, vto; third, $5. 7 Heifer, 1 ear old and under 2; first premium, $15; second, $10; third $5. 8 Heifer under 1 year old; first premium, $15; second, $10; third, $o. Lot , Exhibitor' Herd. 9 He-d to consist cf hull over 2 years old, at least two cows 3 years old, one cow under 3 years and over A Nearer View of Mrs. King in Her Balloon, 1000 Feet Above the Earth. 2 years, and one heifer under 2 and over 1 year old; first premium, $50; second, $40; third, $30. Lot 3, Breeder' Young Herd. 10 Herd to consist of one bull un der 2 years old, 2 heifers 1 year old and under 2, and two nelers under 1 year old, the largest number exhibited to be considered In making the award; first premium, $35; second, $20; third, $10. Lot 4, Calf Herd. 11 Herd to consist of one bull and four heifers under i year old; first premium, $25; second, $15; third, $10. Lot 5, Get of one Sire. 12 Sire to . over 3 years old and three or more of his get of either sex exhibited; first premium, $25; second, $15; third, $10. Lot 6, Produce of One COw. 13 Three animalB of either sex, the produce of one cow; first pre mium, $25; second, viu; third, $10, Lot 7, Grand Champion. Only animals awarded first prizes in class rings eligible to compete for championship prizes. 14 Hull, any age, diploma. 15 Cow, any age, diploma. 16 Heuer over 1 year old and un der 2 years old, diploma. Entries of live stoc k will not be ac cepted unless accompanied by breed ing of animals. Entrance fee of each animal, $2.0'1. Stalls free. Exhibitor's ticket free. Exhibits must be in place noon, Sep tember 18. Kor further particulars write Cha.s. E. Oleckler, Superintendent Jersey Cattle bnow, Albuquerque, N. M. the child's guardian and ordered that she immediately file a bond of .ii us guardian, which will tie done, in her divorce suit Mrs. Comstock aiieges cruelty, ncR.eci and desertion. The final r ,iort t Carlos jipez y ittiiz and Jose Jpez y Kulz, was tiled and Monday. September set for me hearing of the same. In the matter of the C. do BiKlaracco, de was issued. 'Die hearing ,f he cntatu of - a-na 'ased, ci'atiou filial report of tuto Diecunianu and Norman L. Kem merer, executors of the estate of Hub ert Hauschild, deceased, was c ruiu !! d to Monday, September 3. The hearing of the objections to the approval of the Inventory oi the es tate of Margarita Montoya de Armi jo was set for Monday, August i3. The reKirt of the appriioeris c.rthe estate of Juan Salazar y Oterj dt cea.sed, was approved. In the matter of the estate of II. J. Alxl, deceaKl, the claim of Flor- ence Samora against the dalil estate ior $21.88, taxes alleged to have been paid and which were alleged to nave neen a dcot against Bad estate. wa taktn under advisement. MAY HOLD BATTALION REVIEW IN ALBUQUERQUE UPON RETURN OF TERRITORIAL TROOPS FROM AUSTIN EN CAMPMENT PLANS NOW UNDER WAY. I'lans are under way here today among the officers of nie First Regi ment, National Guard of New Mexico, to have a battalion Inspection and re view of Companies E, of Old Town, O, of this city, and the Silver City and Eas duces companies, now at Austin, Texas, but who are expected o arrive In this city August 11 or 12, upon their return ta this c'ty. Governor Hagerman was communi cated with this morning by telephone in reference ti reviewing the troops, but stated that wi.ne he was very much interested in the territorial mui taa, and would like the best In the world to be present to review e troops, he had made 'previous arrange ments for those dates which, unless something unforseen should happen, would make It impossible to be here on either cf those dates. He stated, however, that the movement had his hearty approval, and It Is more than likely that tfie batta.ion inspection and pai ado will be arranged. The First Regiment band will prob ably be ordered out and the inspection, parade and review will take place shortly after the arrival of the compa nies mentioned in this city. It Is planned to serve refreshments to i..e troops in The Elks' banquet room after the parade. Adjutant General larking- ton, Colonel John Borradalle, Coi. V. H. Andrews, Major earce and other officers will bo present at the review ing stand, and the territorial troops will have an opportunity oi displaying some of the knowledge they gained at the Austin encampment. As yet the iull plans have not been completed, but It Is more than likely that full plans for the review will be arranged prior to the return of the New Mexico troops from camp Mabry, near Austin. SALVATION ARMY SERVICES Major Willis of oan Francisco, Cal secretary of the Junior work, of the Southcyn Pacific province of the Sal vation Army, will hold meetings to night and tomorrow night in the Army hall in mis city and tomorrow night the Juniors wi.i have tho meeting Wie the following program: Song Audience Prayer Major Willis Song The Juniors Twenty-third Pslatii Clayds, Judy and Grace thultz. Song Lena Maples Recitation Minnie Maples Solo Ensign- Aim Recitation Lizzie Peterson Instrumental Trlj Liet. Smith, Ellen Peterson, Bruce Bruce Ramsey. Kccltatlon Hllnier Teterson Song Winnie and Ethel Maples Recitation Lena ..aples Solo Mrs. M'ajor Willis Recitation Uewey STSpiefe Song .Tile Juniors Recitation Anna MapleB Duet ...Eilen Peterson Anna Maples Everybody cordially Invited "To at tend these meetings. CONCFMhG ALBUQUERQUEANS M. H. Sabin was ticketed to town from Albuquerque yesterday. District Attorney F. W. Clancy came to town irom Albuquerque yesterday afternoon. J. E. Hannum, representing the Continental Oil company, is up from Albuquerque today. John H. McCutcheon oi the Indus trial Advertiser, came In from the south on the early morning train. Joshua S. Raynolds left for Albu querque and El Paso this morning, accompanied by H-bert Raynolds, fresh from a trip to Boston, Mass. R. C. Dillon, traveling rMan for Gross, Kelly & Co, out from Albu querque, spent Sunday with his wife in this city, returning to his post of duty last night. Harry Snupp, manager of the Ilfeld wholesale house In Albuquerque, spent the sabbatn at thu paternal roof In Las Vegas, being accompanied to the city by a blushing bride of a few days. Las egas Optic. CORNELIO GABALDON FINED FOR ASSAULTING MRS. BRUNO Because hf i?ot drunk nml Assault ed Mrs. Teresa Bruno, of Barelas. on last Friday, Cornelio Gabaldon will have to nav a fine of $15 and the costs of a, trial. This was the verdict of the Jury. which listened to Mrs. Bruno's case In the justice of the peace court in precinct No. 5 this morning. Judge W. C. Heaeock Drosecuted the case. MEMBERS OF ICE EXCHANGE' INDICTED IN PHILADELPHIA Philadelphia. Aug. 7. The grand Jury today found true bills against fourtetn members of the Philadelphia Ice Exchange, charged with conspir acy to increase the price on Ice. i he defendants will be prosecuted jointly. Spelter. St. Louis, Ails:. 7. Spelter, $j.!. quiet. TELEPHONE US YOUR ORDER FOR THAT COAL YOU ARE GOING TO STOCK FOR NEXT WINTER. W. H. HAHN & CO. A Money Saving Event. On Thursday, August tith, i lie Gol den Kule lry Goods Co., will start their famous Cash Clearance Sale, you know what these sales mean. A great money saving event f r you. lxiu't fail to come. See our two page ad in this paper -tomorrow fur hai'g.iiiis. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY WANTKI Plain sewing to do. iOS Noi'ii Second street. Mrs. W. Young. WANT1'1 Four bell bo s at the Al- varadu hotel; not under fourteen. FOR RENT Three room moderu cottage, furnished. Barn, corral and chicken house's. l.o.'l North Se-i-oiid street. o liuii't think mat piles c an't be cured. Thousands of ol.stitr.He eases have eeu cinvd by Doau'x Ointment, Tin ciits ul any drug store. Opening of Skating Rink, Monday, 2:30 p. m. Fine orchectra. ARTILLERYMAN KILLED AT By Being Run Over By Gun ; Carriage-Dies Fifteen Minutes Later. ! NEW MEXICO BOYS PKAISED A dispatcu from Camp Mabry, near With a woman who for years has Austin, Texas, where tne .cw Mexico . been known as his wife and who still militia, together with t'lie militia from 'claims him as her husband, living In Arizona, the regulars and troops frcm I IH-nver, A. H. Wycoff, nn attorney, other states, are now in camp, says: was quietly married to Mrs. Mary 1. Private Sandy McBurney of Battery Moore at Golden last month, says the B. Fort Sam Houston, Texas, was run I iH'nver Post. Mrs. Wycoff No. 1, who over and Instantly killed while man-; until yesterday knew nothing of thp euverlng with his company on a hill- marriage of the man she says Is her side here, Monday. McBurney lost his """hand, recently endeavored to have balance while riding on the'gun car-'Wycoff arrested, charging that he llane, was thrown to the ground and tried to assault her with a hatpin, filially Injured by the wheels of the The woman who claims to be the heavy carriage passing over his b idy. i rightful Mrs. Wycoff says that her He was conscious up to tho time of ' husband has committed bigamy and his death, which occurred fifteen niin-jthat she will be able to prove that she utes after the accident. This, the first ! was married to him in Albuquerque, serioas net 'dent to occur Mnee thelN. M., In 189. cam; wan f ib,' eptnb'.U.i. d. has cast The attorney says that Mrs. Wycoff a gloom over the maneuvers, as Mc-1 No. 1 was never married to him and Burney was very popubir with all ! that no record of marriage can be mllitiamea who knew him. j found anywhere. The militia from New .Mexico has The first Mrs. Wycoff. says that arrived and is In camp here. Company A, of the Territorial Guard, will carry tho colors. r . l.ucero has been ap- pointed assistant quartermaster of the I regiment. The New Mexico boys are receiving much praise from regular the laws of .New Mexico did not re army officers here for their soldierlv i quire a marriage license, and the cer appearance and discipline-, they having emony was performed for them wlth astonished the olllcers by the ream-' "t om- 1-ater, when eiie and Wycoff ness w ith which they went into man-i ''! trouble, Bhe says, he told her euvers, performing ail military worktnat tho marriage had been a farce as though accustomed to it all thelr."t having wedded him in go-),l faith lives. The Arizona troops have also ar rived, and are In camp along with the militia from other states and the reg ulars. The health of men and officers continues good. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Mrs. John Mnlzcnbackcr and chil dren of 920 Norlh Second street, have gone to Moriarty to visit friends a few Wycoff, told her some time ago that weeks. Wycoff and Mrs. Moore had been Mrs. W. P. Gilpin and Miss May J118""10'1 Ju,v 4- 'Ut hat as her hus Livingston, sisters of Engineer Sam- ,band had on,ce pfore an8erteil that uel Livingston, of COS South Second I he ,;a1 mKil Mrs Moore last No street, left this morning for their I "mber and it had been proven un home at Emporia, Kas, after having j tnl?' she 'lid not believe the Mary. witnessed their brother safely married i Mrf- w'c"" Ba;9 .that Wycoff s to Miss Odie Rousch. whic h took place , to Moore makes him a at Winslow last week. j bigamist, as he never secured a dl- vorce from her. She herself filed a Alessandro MatteuccI of the P rto ; 8Uit fr divorce several years ago, iuco saioon. uiu Aitiqu rque, receiv - ed notice today that he had been ap pointed New Mexico agent for the Na tional nail road and Steamship com pany, which authorizes hint to sell tickets to all parts oi the world, es pecially Itally. The annual fiesta of the IsUta In dians occurs August 'in. City folk who have never had an opportunity of seeing anything oi this kind, should certainly avail themselves of this op portunity. It's very convenient to take the flyer, which leaves the city at 11:25 a. m., down to the village and return on the evening train, which reaches the city at C:4o o'clock. The Misses Mary and Ethel Pulllam of Nashville, Tenn., who have been the guests of their uncle and nunt, Mr .and Mrs. J. H. Hatcher, of 403 North Fifth street, since Saturday night, expect to leave this evening for their home. The Misses Pulllam have been on a visit to California relatives and stopped off here while returning to Tennessee. There was no meeting of the city council last evening, owing to the number of aldermen now absent from the city. The plans of the new city building, and an ordinance that Build ing Inspector Whltcomb Is very anx ious to get through, are being held up awaiting a meeting of the coun cil, which in all probability will not take place until the end of August. Captain Roy McDonald received a telegram from El" Paso this afternoon sent by Captain Andreas', of the El Paso Bankers, saying "Can't come next Saturday; have games here for Saturday and Sunday with Morencle." An effort was tieing made to get El Paso here for games on Saturday and Sunday, but of course ttrTs knocks the proposition. Superintendent Stroup of the coun ty schools has returned from a visit to eastern New Mexico, during which time ho visited numerous school dis tricts, for the purpose of investigating their conditions and methods. He re ports finding a spirit of progress and up-to-dateness every where In east ern New Mexico, aud that all the schools are being conducted on a business basis. Many hunters are out daily now slaughtering the turtlo doves, and as a result the birds are forming the chief menus of many tables. The doves are reported to be exceedingly wild, but at that the hunters seem to bag plenty of them. Some there are who seem to think that the turtle; dove season opens too early, as it is said that many of the doves killed contain eggs. A warrant was i.-sued Monday by Justice of tho Peace Jose Maria Gar cia, upon the complaint of Juan Pino, of this city, for tho arrest of Richard Huber, a member of the mounted po lice. The warrant charges Huber with "unlawfully and feloniously handling a deadly weapon towards him, said Juan Pino, and also t threatening to Kill the said Juan Pino." The war rant was handed to the sheriff of the county for service. Judge A. J. Ab bott will net for tho prosecution In the absence of District Attorney E. C. Abbott, who Is In Austin, Tex., with the detachment of the New Mexico National Guard. New Mexican 0000000000000C FRENCH 213 WEST RAILROAD AVE. STEVENS & aoWYER, Proprietors Ill'TTKU NUT FINK LINK OK IJIfKAI) CMC MS Better Than Home-Made. Always on Hand. All City and Outside Orders Promptly Attended to ocoooKeKe)CoeeKoKeKo; -3 I A. H. WYCOFF CHARGED WITH DIGAMY BY WIFE "She Never Was My Wife" Is the Reply of the Accused. GOLDEN MAKKIACE SECRET she married Wycoff in good faith although she admits that she has not yet been able to find any record of the wedding. She says that Wycoff told her when he married her that sne insists tnnt sue is r'.s lawnu wife, A week or two ago Mr Wycoff filed complaint with Secret f Lucius Hoyt of the Colorado Bar a iclation, seeking to have him de.i i: red. In this complaint she alleged that he had deserted her for Mrs. Mary Moore, at whose house, 1243 Glenarm, he had been staying. Mrs. Wycoff did not know at that time that her husband had been married. She says hat J. T. Norton, the law partner of .gho said, but later withdrew It. The defendant was at one time a prominent nttorney of Albuquerque, but went to Denver about five years ago. MANEULIT0 NtWS FROM CORRESPONDENT SAYS TARR'S NAME IS NOT FARR ARTISTS THERE NAVAJOS HOLDING THEIR DANCES Manuelito, N. M., Aug. 6. A short time ago Manuelito was visited by one of the old time operators, George L. AndrewH, who left the road at the time of the last strike and went Into business for himself In Douglas, Arli. At present he and his Mexican part ner, both custom house brokers, are among the most prominent citizens of Douglas. Mr. Andrews, after stopping a day -with Agent Tarr (this name Is not far, but, tar, the black, sticky stuff used by sailors) left for his home in Colton, Cal. Mr. Gllworth and Mr. Swift, both succeeded in obtaining car loads of horses, which they shipped east from Gallup, and it la rumored they In tend returning for another lot, as does also Mr. Snider, who 'was more suc cessful in buying the Indian ponies than he was last summer. During the past two weeks several trips Into the mountains have been made by the Manuelito young people and enjoyed immensely. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Aldrich of Gal lup spent last Saturday forenoon in Manuelito, looking over Navajo blank ets, with Mr. Clark of Albuquerque, who is connected with the Benham company of that city. Miss Margaret Evans of Winslow spent a few days during the past fortnight visiting her brother, Pryor Evans, of this place. The sister-in-law of Agent Tarr ar rived here last Saturday morning from Millstone, Wis. She intends making a stay of some duration as she has not seen her sister for thirty years. The Navajoa have held a succession of tribal dances in the surrounding hills in the past month. Two of them were attended by the Manuelito young folks and two strangers, a Mr. Will iams of Winslow, who spent two pleasant weeks here, and a Mr. John son, an artist of some repute, who Is making a tour of the west for the purpose of photographing western scenes. Some of his work may be seen In tho July number of the Cos- mopolitan Both Mr. Johnson and Mr. Williams left last week, the one for California the other for his home In Massachu setts. Mr. Pcrdy, roadmaster on the sec ond district, spent an afternoon in Manuelito quite recently. The proper place to spend your af ternoons and evenings, The Skating Rink, Second floor of Elks' building.. T. A. LUCERO LP TO DATE SIGNS 208 WEST SILVER AVENUE. BAKERY I s 9 ODD CHAIRS We place on sale a big assortment of Odd Chairs at grealy reduced prices, among them a most desir able lot of chairs at k reduc tion of 20 to 50 per cent. We Gladly Show you our stock, leaving your own good judgment to do the rest, Albert Faber 308-310 Railroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. AT. The Beer That Makes Milwaukee Jealous PILSJENER BEER Southwestern Brewery and Ice Company Colo. Phone Blk 93 REFRIGERATORS ICE CREAM FREEZERS CAMPING OUTFITS Furniture, Crockery, Stoves and Ranges. Agt. LHAK 1 UK BORRAOAILE & For Prompt Service, And Careful Dispensing, go to ' The Busy Little Drug Store at U7Wtst Railroad Avenge The Williams, D tig Company THE BLUE FRONT Both Telephones. T I Convenience - Comfort - Security The telephone makes the duties lighter, the cares less, and the worries fewer. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO ? The St. Elmo i ) JOSEPH BARNETT, I 2 0 West Railroad TO THE LADIES: Hot weather Is here too warm to wash and Iron. Send your Shi.t Waists and White Dresses to us. We will laundry them cor-rt-ctly and will deliver them to yoa la a nice box they will not be crushed or wrinkled. Domestic or gloss finish. Hi Back of Poitofflce. Call the Red Wagons. Auto., 319; Colo, Red 148. Auto. Phone 292 UAK. Steel Ranges. GO. . 117 Gold Avenue Don't Dlsput with a woman, Especially, if eh 6 tells you to order sack of EMPRESS FLOUR. ' Make no excuse, (U you should for get the order), that you could not And it, for every flrfrt-cl&sa fcTOoaci handles EMPRESS. You Trill always find good bread, good biscuits, goo pary end moat Important of aJX (rood cheer to greet you -when yo come borne for your dinner. Try it. EMPRESS FLOUR la the Emprasa al all ether. M. BERGER, ' Wholesale Agent. Albuquerque, N. M. Courteous Treatment 117 West Railroad Avenno, TO BE PERFECTLY HAPPY I top off all your other creature corn forts with a rattling good cigar like the famous White Lily. There' m smoke for you! Clear Ilaranna Allen (no scraps or "Bhorts"). The wrappen is carefully and artistically "rolled." The White Lily looks well, smells ditto and the way it makes a fellow feel! Yet, 5 cents buys one, $2.00 a box of 60 any color or strength you want. Smoke a White Lily end be happy- , , A. J. RICHARDS 113s WEST RAILROAD AVENUaV The telephone preserves your health, prolongs your Ufa and protects your home. TELEPHONE CO. i oeoeoeoe Fines! Whiskies Wines, Bran dies, Etc. Prop'r. SAMPLE A NO 0 CLUB ROOMS B Avenue Imperial Laundry Co.