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PAGE St" WASHER t IVlAfJlOIWAfiCFOF" ROYAL HOUSE TO EfJD ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. ' p . WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1906. MARKET LETTER r , soon Berlin. Nov. tj.wiu.n Count I'macis Krasmu.-. Rtbach, eldest Ron ' f (he head of the Krhach family. j loped with a preMy peasant girl on! Mb father's estate, there was eon- ' Mernntion anion his Uinfotk nnd j fcensation throughout' Cftmanv. for I he Erbarhs are a royal faiinly iim far s miiK kics, an. i in pni or having lost their (ioiuliilons to powerful Prussia, they still retain the right to Kelcct their mates from nmong Hie Wncst blood of any royal house. Voiing 5rn;;n noblemen have fre- , fluently fallen in love with pretty j pirla on their fathers" estates, ad j Kvlriom have the maidens succeeded i In carrying affairs to a point beyond i the ordinary limits of such entauglo tnents. So when the astute young I woman Rained the eouiifs consent to j a marriage ther. w.'ii slri.nuniiu fin. position from his family, and his friends and acijutriitauees showered ridicule upon htm. Ueing a hot-hea.b-U youth lie chal lenged several of his former cronies and whea In a succession of duels lie had left them bleeding on the field of honor, this twentieth century de fendant or medieval knights hasten ed to the side of his plebian ladv love. They eloped in nn auto nnil were married In England. Having the legaf right to do so, the head of the Erbach familv im mediately called a conference of the clan and in executive session the Chivalrous lover was disinherited. By a single stroke of an Erbnch pen this giddy descendant of bygone "-IBs na uepnvea oi an inheritance fh hk? A V, i WmWi II II M " "''' V 'COUNT 1- R.AN?U3 KaAtSJntM ing also that his brides tastes and education did not make her n con- of four we wuu. t iiv"..:io? ih mon.u, ; .,;:,; I ""--" '""a. su when he was Bairns "yv,iwv,euu. neaucea 10 absolute destitut on the romance in his alliance quickly disappeared. The couple were forced to beg on the streets of Paris. Fin.l- satisfted the claims of the pennant countess mid the young scion of roy alty was then sent to a private sanl- aiuim. u jS uai erstooi Unit n r .i)pru.ciie,i hv r wiiv mm ir,z it."""- " u-",vr!,.UK ,llat ce- former household he' IU ' , ' Z . .n"' em P.? scheme for restoring ,, to bTissuanT that w'ththlsT Z A fortune of half a miliion dollars haveXee T,!!,, FIRST 3-CENT FARE STREET CAR IN THE COUNTRY RUNS Special ConvsP'Hidncce. Kansas City Stock Yards. Nov. f, l!ti)ti. Cattle receipts have been mod erate since lust Monday concluding to day, with n run of 17.mm) head. Total supply last week was 7(,nw) head, In cluding lO.O"1' calves. The market has been firm all the time, steady to strong today. A large share of the supply has conic from Colorado, New Mexico and the Panhandle, and sales men are n. unit In saying present con dition of the market is about the best of the season on range cattle. Coun try buyers have been taking the Col orado feeders readily at $:t.75 to $i.2C, and New Mexico stockrs have sold up to $1. Five (tirloads of panhandle calves s'ild at the highest price of the season Friday, the steer calves at $1.5(1, weighing pounds; the heifers at $:: To, weighing 37t! pounds. Other stiles of stoekers ranged down wards to $:l and calves down to $l'.."iii but as n ire"ernl thinir ranir.. catlb are brlngitm $:1 to $5 per head more 'tils tall than last. A feature last week was the sale of sixteen cars. !!75 head, of lbier Urns." beef steers. 1.14 pounds, at $t.2o, without ft single ani mal being cut out. Thev were from the White liver country in Colorado. cows are selling at jz.tiii to .i.;t.i, Fan handle and New Mexico cows $2.40 to $'!(), bulk close to $2.7... Kullroads claim they have enough business (mm to" range i sigiu 10 tasc a nioiitn Vet. Sheep supplies are gradually grow 'ng smaller: 27. I head here last week; run less than S.tKio today. Prices advanced la to 25 cents last week; market strong to 10 cents higher today. Utah and Colorado lambs are selling at $7 to $7.40, but are not very good, choice luilives selling Ht $i. to i.6d. Some me ilium Arizona lambs sold lately at $ti.S.r). Good to choice wetherR bring ?o..i. yearlings up to ; ewes $"t.t to $5.40. Feeding lambs sold freely ttisr week at b to b.iu but other grades of cottrtry stuff Is poor Quality and sells at 4 to $5. Prospects favor small runs here for some time, nnd a strong demand Is inevitable. ti i o o i - "! vjuuu mieaa, o opoois lUc - i i i - Tnai. , n We are offering this week a 75c Out ing uressing oacque, very f pretty and new, for ... . DiC MAYOR TOM CLEVELAND, JOHNSON, OF WINS VICTORY AFTER FIVE YEARS' HOT FIGHTING. Cleveland, Nov. 6 Five years of fight, unremitting and bitter, has re ulted in the establishment of a three-cent fare street railway line in this city. Mayor Tom U Johnson led Cae people in the movement. He has keen elected three times on that is sue. For years there has been dissatis faction with a five-cent fare. A lower rate was charged ia Toronto, Detroit, Washington and Columbus, and the people here insisted that they were entitled to concessions. The discontented were divided on the question of lower fares and munici pal ownership. Johnson, one of the best posted men in the country on the subject, said the company could afford to carry passengers for three cents. Thousands signed a petition asking him to run for mayor. He accepted and a three-cent fare was mado the slogan. That was in 1901. The campaign was tremendous. Senator Mark Hanna, then in the tie.lght of his power, led the opposition to Johnson. The street railroad In terests, with a capitalization of $30, 000,000, used nil their resources agiaast him. All the public service corporations did likewise. The strong republican organization worked night and day with unlimited money to de feat Johnson. The people had their minds set on siieet railroad refortn. however, and Johnson was elected. He wasi re-electtd in lUu ad 1S05. 3ach time three was the same issue nd the Bame heavy fight against him. Mayor Johnson sought to have the old company adopt a three-cent fare. The company declined, even though Mm mm ' 5 - 1 1 Vir.ii-i mum, Tii T.i MrtwtiiKi ft f the old company to tie uii STOCK SALES Kansas Cilv Stock Yards Km- littiG. Some sales of Pauhandle and M'W Mexico cattle here this week: Hunt, T. & 11., Katon. N. M., 114 stoekers. 84(1 pounds, $4. Hunt, T. & It., Hilton N. M 1!8 heifer calves, S(9 pounds, $.!.4(t. Hunt, T. &. B Katon. N. M 74 cows, 820 pounds, $2.60. Hunt. T. & R, Raton, X. M.. 20 cows, 785 pounds, $2.20. .Ino. Jackson. Memphis, Tenn., 116 heifer calves, 37G pounds, $3.70. .Ino. Jackson. ;uemphis, Tenn.. 104 steer calves. 381 pounds, $4.50 Mexico, 78 THE FIRST TMRKR-CKNT KMth Av.HEH OPKKATE.J IN THIS e..oTRY ANl) MA. OR JOIIX SON"S SMILK. it was refused u renewal of import ant, franchises thar were about to ex pire. Johnson (hen encouraged the liuildmg of a competing line which would charge a three-cent fare. The Plan was to have this company hull! on unoccupied streets and to turn ov.er to it the franchises of the old w.ujjiuiy as rapidly aa they expired .,,,7 Kt"n ,n progress of the thieefer' line was contested by the old company. Litigation a run we whole course from magistrates a!'."13 l? Ahe 8uureniB courts of the state and the United States. Twe-ty-seven different injunctions were se cured by its rivtii" Meantime tne "threefer" has gone ahead steadily. 1 lias filifirr,! frnn. ichiBes over thirteen miles of streets. I Double tracks have been Mid to a ! length of over five miles. The first j car over this line was placed in op eration a day or two m, Uicn, Johnson was the motorman. Thou sands thronged the route and cheered the car. Houses were decorated. Ouns were fired. It was accepted as an indication that the people had won the fight. Vt&B Photographed OETtheMarch v! ' if ' v. ia tj rfr? Tbij pictue trip nonhward. w;m taken ,y ;1 v TIih fhiets lilt ill l ake photogapher who followed the Indian - . .M. women and chiuiren ,n a.Jd S Z" c. e. GILROY RELEASED FROM MEXICAN PRISON C. li. tlilroy, who was arnsted and ptii' 'd in prison in Mexico City, has - - - " I'l w in.,. . .1... . . ,, i ... "-it, num. it me case had i.n bw wuy I j LU homo near aco, be, u Investigated and his statement l exas, tays tin, Kl l'aso News. As pre- taken to the effect that he was li , . vlously stated In the dispatches. Mr. other part of the room and did not sV tilroy happened to be iu a saloon in who did the stabbing, he was given whim unfortunately a row occurred, his liberty As it was however I e A man wiu wounded and another was held in prison three week- ' lie talil,e, to death. Oilroy was not uc statts. howner. thai he was ' well 4piaintBi w Ith any of the men Involved 'i ca'ed while there. in .-iu' ii. ! took a i art in the for the past two years Mr. Gilroy itarre, but be was found on tiie ' liau i, 1 rt mists and so was taken into eu " ll 7,.? V ,U U'!,lins ,la ,?IeX" "dy. He says it was a Ion',' time be- v her , known ,n Kl 1 aS" t'.tv u hearing was had iu the case u t hs" ,Um a trWat Wtor. or be would have been released soon-1 Tl'.a,,! n,w, s',la h""'e to f",end hls er. When b,..v., i" ?'ia"ksKvl"s' with bis family, when exjKM ts to return t,, Mexico. Famous Strike Breaker. I lie mo-t fitinoua strike breakers in ':'" land nr.. lir King's New Life Win a iivtr and boweU go on s"i..e, tb,.y M.i(, kly seitle the trouble, iitnl the imntyifiK work goes right on. ".'ft cure for constipation, headache arid tlii-.zines-. ;r, a; a'.i druggls's. Ram Davidson. New- steers. J!H Doitnds. 3.(;r, Sam Davidson, New Mexico, 1 steer, i.4H pounds. $2.G5. I- A. Pierce, Caayon City, Texas, ' "owg, 890 pounds, 3. h. A. Pierce, Canyon City, Texas, cows, 8C1 iwtinds, $2.70. L. A. Pierce, Caayon City, Texas, 13 steers and heifers. 528 pounds, $2.23. Li. A. Pierce, Caayon City, Texas, -0 calves, 320 pounds, $3.3fi. Iwls & M' llovina. Texas, 121 calves, 46 pounds, $3.35. J. V. & C. B., Fan well, Texas, 223 cows, 879 pounds, $3. J. V. & C. F Kanwell, Texas, IS cows, 879 pounds, $2.25. J.- V. & C. B., Fanwell, Texas, 72 bulls, 1,165 ponnds, $2.35. S. G. McKinney. Stratford, Texas. ii cows, 825 pouads, $2.80. S. G. McKinney, Stratford, Texas, 1 bull. 1,230 pounds, $2.50. S. G. McKinney. Stratford' Texn. t bull. 1.270 nounds. J2.25 S. G. McKinney. Stratford Texas. 8 calves, 291 (pounds, $3.40. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, 15 calves 250 pounds, $3. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, C calves, 316 pounds, $3. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, 24' calves, 350 pouads, $3.25. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, 33 calves 300 pounds, $3.75. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, 3 calves, 443 pounds, $2.50. Owner, Panhandle, Texas 13 cows. 790 pounds. $2.55. Owner, Panhandle, Texas, 56 feed ers. 905 nounda. 13.8.". .1. M. "Williams, Staaton, Texas, calves, 315 pounds, $3.25. H. O. "W. Cattle Co., Kama, N. 33 bulls, 1,050 pounds, $i.65. J. M. Curtis, Findland, Texas. cuives, zot ponnds, $3.50. Shropshire & H., Odessa, Texas, r,9 calves, 278 pounds, $3.25. Thos. Voliva, Midland, Texas, 150 calves, 333 pounds, $3.85. Sowder & p., Pampa, Texas, tit; calves. 262 pounds, , J. P. Stone, New Mexico, 422 cows. si. pounds, 12.75. J. P. Stone, New Mexico, 313 cows, S.'H pounds. $2.75. J. C. Chtistol. Alhambra, Texas 74 cows, 822 pounds, $2.60. J. C. Christol, Alhambra, Texas, 37 calves. 3(12 pounds, $3. Some sales of sheep and lambs: Monday, Oct, 29, lho. . A. .1. Houck, Montrose, Colo. 237 lambs, us pounds, $7.25. Ak J. Houck, Montrose, Colo., 2.TJ ewes, is 9 pounds, $3. Geo. McKnight, Montrose, Olio.. 1 503 lambs, 67 pounds, .4(. Geo. McKnight, Montrose, Colo., mi it-'-'i.ng laintis, t3 pounds, $6.05. Geo. McKnight, Montrose, Colo yearlings, pounds, $6. Tuesday. Oct. 30, 1906. 1. J. Finch. Montrose, Colo lambs, t;:: pounds. $7.30. I-.. J. Finch, Montrose, Colo feeding lambs, 51 pounds, $G.10. Wednesday. Oct. 31. 1.06. H. .1. Phillips, Heber, Utah ewes, i uii pounds, j.30. H- J- Phillips, Heber. Utah. 763 lambs, 66 pounds, $7.40. J. H. liuird, Heber, Utah, 532 lambs 65 pounds. $7.25, A. U Ueasley, Flagstaff, Ariz., 866 lambs, 72 pounds, $6.85. Thursday, Nov. 1, 1906. W. I,. Hooth, Flagstaff. Ariz., S39 lambs, i;:, pounds, $6.75. $2 Outing Flannel Sacque very dressy style, for . . Long Kimonds in Japanese effects, $2.50 kind, for.. $1.75 $2.19 THIS WEEKS SPECIAL WE WILL SELL YOU ANY LADIES" SWEATER IN THE HOUSE, ALL COLORS, ALL STYLES, INCLUO ING THE VEST EFFECTS, FOR 25 PER CENT OFF THE REGULAR PRICE. KINKLEDOWN, A NEW EFFECT IN EIDER DOWN, WE HAVE IN NEARLY ALL COLORS AND AN EXTRA GOOD QUALITY, IWHICH FOR THIS WEEK, WE WILL. SELL THE 50c GRADE FOR 45c THE YARD. THIS GOODS IS JUST THE THING FOR CHILDREN'S COATS AND CAPS. . J gljj 247 M. 51 11V Ml 267 168 C00CaKDOOOOOOO I Amusements I ooooooooooooo The Mahara Show. Tllll OWSlev. an .nrt man nn.l mnnr. legist, furnished diversion last even ing at the Elks' onera hnna whs the Mahara minstrel troop gave a per- lonimnce. uwsiey was assisted by another comedian, George Taylor. Be tween them a crowdeii ti nilRO man. aged to get a little run for Its shekels. nut mese two were not the whole snow, just the part of it which really pleased a charitable mwlienco a r. tain IJilly Young, interlocutor and conversationalist, was a part of the show too. His name Aiineareil tlirco times on the "program with the adjec tive ciever prefixed In cap letters, possioiy to emphasize It Young demonstrated however ihat the only thing about hlra to suggest the adjective was the fact that he draws a salary. Certainly the rrnu.-n gaiters he wore with an evening dress suit did not suggest it. But if Young was snort on taste he was long on words. He 'had evhtcntU. ni!i,l a meal or two off Webster's unabridged nut couldn t disgorge it accurate ly His introductions of the different hurnt cork exponent were - " ' o anu wordy tne audience was tired be lure iae neriormer ntn Jits stunt The limit was reached thniich W lion Clever (?) Hilly offered a song about a puck ot cards Ju the olio. Then, he developed a propensity for peeiing his ivories which might hav. ncen mt.a- taken for a shallow atiemnt to lmrlpe- que the president if tne audience had not Known it was merely tne manifes tation Of h a denth of letinif If Young's all around work had been worse he might have ,een applauded like the erstwhile Cherry Slstprn hut it wasn't even bad enough to be good. eb Mathews, a young man with a rather nleastne tenor vnim nirproit solo parts in the opening medley of songs which, took well.. William Alexander tried to tell the audience In a ballad that he would love her the same In December as he aid in May but. those present couldn't tell whether ho got so far along as the tweirtn month or not The chorus work was not altogether had or Its kind. Some colored soubret tt's did coou shouts which took and there were two or tttn o other features wnl en appealed. The show carries a good liand and orchestra and makes a creditable pa rade, u is dressed on the street bet ter than on tlie stage, however. Some of the box office receipts might be used to good advantage by replenish ing its wardrobe. THE MAID jfjHE MUMMY Ket'ore "The Mabl anil ih M which is to lie the attraction at the Elks" opera house, Wednesday, Nov. 14. was presented for the first time on any stage, $50,ttf0 was spent by its managers on costumes, scenery, me chanical and electrical effects' and properties. With one exception, there has been no parallel in the history of the American stage to this expendi ture. However, the wisdom of the ntanagtrs was annarent for -Tliu m,.i,i and the Alummy" played to $425,0(10 In nii.v weeks last season and the royal ties alone have been enough to make the author. Richard Carle, inilenenrl- endy rich. So great was the success of this merry musical melange in this by that it has been secured for a return engagement this season. The piece returns with practically the same cast as last season, but w.u a handsomer. shapelier nnil lievlier chorus than ever. Two new songs have been aibleil nml t,m., t,,be and dances interpolated by Mr. Carle. The sale of seats for the engagement win open at Matson's November 12. J. D. Eatcin, President O. GlomC Vice President. Chas. Melinl, Socretary O. Bachechi. Treanrar Consolidated Liquor Company Successors to MELINI & EAKIN, and BACHECHI A. GIOMl. WMOLC9ALK OEALEffB IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars Wm keep evrylhtng In stock to oat f ft tb most fastidious bar eomplota Have been appointed exclusive agents in the Southwest for Jos. 8 Schltti, Wm. Lerop and St. Louis A. B. C. Breweries; Yellowstone. Green River, W.H.McBrayei-s Cedar Brook, Louis Hunter, T.J. Monl arch, and other standard brands of whiskies too numerous to mention. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS, ' ; tn?L.tlle 8tL&ht article as received by us from the best Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries in the United States. 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