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mi nsivw. my a, loo:. page rm.' STAND THREE BUMS PAT ON BIG DEAF Prisoners and Police Hold Signed Statement Dialogue. r On account of passenger train No. 1 being blockaded by the derailment f train No. 9, at Maxwell City. X. M . last ni:ht. thre three (leaf mute". Mark Kearne, P. Martin and M. J. Flint, will be takentollrants llodal Flint, will be taken to Grants. N. M., this afternoon on delayed train No. 1. The men will be In charge of Special Officer Heard, of the Fanta Fe service at Isleta, who brought them here Tuesday night. They were to have been taken to Grants last night. When asked several questions thW morning, the men still pretended that they were deaf and dumb, and when the several other prisoners confined in the holdover were questioned It wa learned that the men had not ut tered a word since being placed in the holdover. Flint, when asked a question, asked by signs for a piece of paper and on it he wrote: "We sire on our way home to 1"pi. ver. We were accused of having broken Into a car. but we didn't. At Grant we boys were Inside a car. the door of which was open. A brake man came along, saw us Inside the car and threw us off the train. Then "we were arrested and brought here. When released we will start for home." "You will be taken back to Grants to stand trial, charged with attempted burglary and breaking Into a box car.'' the men were Informed, to which Flint replied: . "Well, I am glad to go there, for we will be acquitted, as we are Inno cent. We were thrown off the train, but did not attempt to steal any thing, for the car we were in was mpty." To pass the time away the men plaved cards all yesterday afternoon, and when Chief McMillln looked Into the holdover this morning they had utarted on another game. JAPS WITH MONEY ' VISIT ALBUQUERQUE K. Takeuchi and Ii. Hasechimoto, two wealthy Japs, who have lived In Denver for about ten years, arrived In the city last night and left this morn ing for San Francisco. On May 15. Takeuchi will sail for Yokohoma, Japan, his native home, which he has not seen for seven years. Hasechimoto will accompany Takeuchi as far as ban Francisco, where he has a son living. "1 runs a pool hall and gambling thop in Denver." said Takeuchi, "or rather I did until Monday. I goeR to Yokohoma. rests up a while and then sails for Manchuria, where I will start a sugar beet 'farm. From what 1 hear the land In Manchuria Is fine, for ugar beets. I likes the United States and if my farm don't pan out. I will return here; otherwise 1 remains In Manchuria." , , Hasechimoto ald that" on account of the bitter feeling existing In San Francisco against the Japanese chil dren attending the public schools he had decided to take his son to Denver and place him in the schools there. Hasechimoto said that he had a sugar beet farm near Denver that is a money maker, and that within a few more years he would sell out and re turn to the land of the Mikado. In talking about New Mexico and Albuquerque the two Japs said that the city looked prosperous and that it fhould be a great place w.hln a hboj't Time. POLICE COURT TWO JAGS roll JACOIt OSWAI.l i;i:.GAI(S OICIIKKKIt Ol'T OF T W X STOLEN W 1 1 EEL KK OVEItEl). Jacob Oswald faced Police Judge .Craig this morning for the second time within tivo weeks, charged with Ix ing drunk and disorderly. He plead ed not guilty when arraigned, but the evidence proved otherwise, and he was lined $10 or ten days. Last week he was fined ." and five days. Im mediately after being released he Marled out on another jag anil landed in the holdover at 3:30 o'clock yes terday afternoon. Officer Joe Salazar made the arrest. Manuel Garcia was fined $10 for violating the city scavenger ordinance by dumping trash on Mountain road. The fine was remitted upon Garcia's promise to clean up the trash. One Smith and his wife, cripples, who have been begging about . the trects for several days, were arrested last night and confined In the city Jail, fcmith told Chief McMillln this morn jng that he had $3. and if released they would go as .far away as the 13 would take them. Matt M.itson and Alex I tei son, the two drunks arrested Tuesday, Here assessed $10 each at the session ct The court held yesterday afternoon. M. G. Itaca, charged with stealing 3 bicycle from Gus GiMtaffsun, a local contract"!', was acquitted of the fiaiKe. but held under $25 bond by trie court pending further Investiga tion. Tlie evidence showed that the lift I w as stolen by Clark Winchell, a '.ranger, who tried tu sell the bi fi to a number of people before f-r. .,:!' disposing it to Jtaca for $5. T- iiolice ale mi the lookout for Wincheil. ft Pvtoi Phonographs VYpp IIS feuutll NEGRO SOLDIERS ENlFIDDLING RELATIVE OF ROUTE TO SAN FRANCI! Ultimate Destination the Philippines-Lieutenant Davis In Command. Four troops of th Ninth I'nited States cavalry passed through Albu querque this afternoon, en route to the Presidio, at San Francisco, from which place they will sail next Mon dav for the Philippines. The troops are K, F, G and H, all under the command of Captain Sievert. With the removal from the United States of the Ninth cavalry, the only negro soldiers remaining in the country will be the Tenth cavalry, now at Fort Sheridan, III. The Ninth has been stationed at Fort Leavenworth. Kan. Shortly after receiving the word to prepare to sail for the Philippines, eighty of the troopers were detached and sent to West Point, N. Y., to be stationed at the military academy. Thee men have only a short time to serve, and as thev declined to re-en list it was arranged that they should remain in this country. Lieutenant A. J. Davis, brother-in-law of Judge F.llsworth Ingals "if this city. and Mrs. Davis were on board the special train carrying the troops. The horses ami equipment of the command proceeded the men to San Francisco. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS The following quotations were re ceived by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers, over their own private wires from New York. Room 37, Barnett build ing, Albuquerque, N. M.: Tfrw Yum stootts. October Cotton $10.34 Amalgamated Copper ! American Smelters 1354 American Car Foundry 37 T4 Atchison com 95 H Anaconda 64 Baltimore and Ohio 99 llrooklvn Rapid Transit 59 Canadian Pacific 176T4 Colorado Fuel - . . . 36 H Chicago Great Western com.... 11 Chesepeake and Ohio 42 Krle com 25 Erie 1st pfd 56 V4 Missouri Pacific 76 New York Central 1 1 V Pennsylvania 128 Heading com 113 Itock Island com 22 Southern Pacific SIT Union Pacific 150 U. S. S. com 38 V. S. S. pfd 102 '4 Greene Cananea - . . 16 Shannon '. IK1 Santa Fe Copper 3 Copper Range 83 V4 North Hutte i 92 Vt old Dominion 564 Hutte Coalition 27 ' Calumet and Arizona 176 Sales to noon 326,900 shares. Total sales 7S4.900 shares. Money closed 2Hfr3 per cent. Summary of Onndltlon. New York. May 2. American stocks In London irregular, about parity. Bank of England rate unchanged. No sign of slackening in demand for pig iron. Sharp demand for I'nited States steel common, and Pennsylvania in loan crowd. National City bank believes cur rent fiscal year will close with treas ury surplus exceeding $70,0flft,000. London believes further redaction In bank rate to 3 i per cent not Im possible with any slackening of French demand for gold. Interior banks increasing their de posits in New York. London Copper opening spot 106 10 decline 5's. Futures 104 Hi de cline 5's. Kansas Cits Livestock. Kansas City. May 2. Cuttle re ceipts 6000, including 40ft southerns. Market steady. Southern steers $4.00 'u 5.50; southern cows $3.00 'u 4.50; stockers and feeders $3.f0 'u 5.J5 ; bulls $3.0014.50: calves $3.25 i( 5.50 ; west ern fed steers $4.25 'it 5.60: western fed cows $3.25 fi 4.75. Sheep receipts 6000. Market steady. Muttons $5.50'fi 6.60; lambs $7. loir M.65: range wethers $5.5O'a7.00; fed ewes $5.25 fi 6.60. Chicago livestock. Chicago, May 2. Cuttle receipts. 6500. Market steadv. Beeves Xi.l'i'iv fi.40; cows ll.MKl 4. SO; heifers $2.60 'it 5.30; calves $ 4.00 'd 5.75 ; good to prime steers $5.35 ' 6.40; poor to me dium $4.25 'it 5.30; stockers and feed ers $2.90'd 5.15. ' Sheep receipts 12,000. Market steadv. Western $4.40 ft 6. M); year lings ' $6.75 'it 7.65; lambs $6.50f K.60; western $6.50 ft 8.70. Onialu Livestock. Omaha. May 2. Cattle receipts 5000. Market slow to shade lower. Western steers $3.50 ' 5.25 ; Texas steers $3.25 'u 4.50; cows and heifers $2.50tr4.60; canners $2.25 ti' 3.50 ; stockers and feeders $ 3.00 'ii 5.00; cal ves $3.00?i 5.75; bulls $3.00.4.50. Sheep receipts 6000. Market easier. Yearlings $6.507.75: wethers $6.40 'it 7.00; ewes $5.7 516.75; lambs $7.50 't fc.50. Money .Market. New York. .May 2. Prime mercan tile p iper 5 'it 6 per cent; silver 65 Spelter Market. St. Louis, May i. Spelt. $C4 j 'u 6 47 'i. firm St. Louis Wool Market. St. Louis, May 2. Wool steady, un i hajjgf d. U K'S .OOI. KIM) HOOT IlFFs AT ALTON'S DIU'U STORE. M'xlul Mltft BUFFALO BILL STRIKESTOWN Wandering Minstrel Claims Same Blood as Scout-Proud of His Musical Ability. A new and peculiar genius Is now- holding forth in Albuquerque. You won't need to go out of your way to meet him; you won't need an Intro duction to know him. He will speak to you If he sees you; he speaks to everybody, for he is a genial soul. He has a wealth of tawny, tangled locks to reach to his shoulders, and he claims lineage of the house of Buffalo Hill. "Yes. sir, my name Is Reuben Cody, anad I'm the son of KufTalo Bill," he and I'm the son or Buffalo Bill, he a musician, a violinist, and 1 can do more tricks on the violin than any living musician. I've challenged the best musicians in this country and England to play with me, but none of them don't dare. The tricks 1 do with the fiddle would twist the or dinary man into a pretzel, and they never could get the kinks out of their backs when they got through." Then wlrey Reuben proceeded to illustrate. He started up the tune, "Pop Goes the Weasel." What ! did to that tune would flustrale a hyena, let alone a poor weasel. He played the air fore and aft that is, he played it in front of him and be hind him. He played it with his In strument raised aloft over his head; he played it standing on one foot, and with the bow scraping from under his raised knee; he played with the bow Jield In his teeth; he played that tune in as many different ways as a contortionist can twist his body, and always true to the air. With a lowly bow the musician ec centiique paused and commented again on his achievements. "I played at the at the what's the name of that big opera house In Chicago? the Colliseum no, the Auditorium I played there one night; the same night Kuhellk played. 1 wasn't on the bill I ain't claiming that but they let me go on and show what could do after his royal highness was done with his fancy stunts. And say, you ought to have heard them give me the hand. They didn't applaud Kubelik half as much. They throwed money on the stage ut me till they had to get a coal shovel to scoop it up. No, sir; I ain't no slouch on the fiddle, as you can see. Just hear this As a new evidence of versatility he executed a number of imitations. In his thin fingers the instrument became a thing of passion, and "Polly wanted a cracker" Just as natural as life; a pump handle squeaked In the most realistic manner; an ailing infant I squalled; a dog barked; cats, a w hole chorus of them, mewed, and the finale the clarion strains of a calliope rent the air. "Iet me tell you of a fight I had with a mountain lion the other day continued the genius, who was not eccentric enough to loathe an inter view. "It was about ten miles from here, up In the mountains. I was fooling along, when suddenly a big I mountain lion Jumped out at me. At 'flrt I was going to soak him with a rock, but, pshaw ! that wouldn't have done no good, so I Just began to play on my violin. At the first note the wild beast became as gentle as a klt- ten. Before I got through playing that poor Hon was weeping like a ma.i with a crying Jag. Don t tell mc music ain't got no power. 1 know better!" Reuben Is only 21 years old and has , traveled pretty much all over this I country, playing his violin on the streets and in various promiscuous . though popular resorts, for a living i He received his musical education In Kansas City. CATTLE SUFFERED IN SAN LOUIS VALLEY Charles Laukey, a well known cat tleman of Alamosa, Colo., who has been in the city for several days, left for his home last night, after dispos ing or a large herd here. In talking ubout the conditions near Alamosa, b,' said: "When I left Sunday night 1t was snowing, with about three Inches on the ground. The snow of the week before lft three feet on the ground and for a few days all of the cattle in the San I.uls valley were without fuml. Tlie snow covered up the grass and all the animals hail to eat was Khrulis and leaves. During that per iod their bellowings could be heard lor miles. Fortunately though, none were Juut or frozen. "The Rio Grande. Is already over its banks and as the mountains are cov ered with snow. 1 expect to see the liver overllowlng Its banks down In New 11e.xro soon." Mr. lunkey comes to Albuquerque about three times a year ami his type of ciUtle always find easy buyers. FEDERATION REPRE TATIVES SEE PRESIDENT Washington. l. C. May 2. Wil liam A. Coakley. John S. Henry and Maurice lirouu, representatives of the Central Federal ion I'nion of New York, had a talk to. lay with J-i-esl-ili'iil Roosevelt today concerning Ills letter to Keprt seiita I i ve Sherman do-i-iribed Mover and Haywood ts "un desirable c itlzei s." While they declined to say an thing about their interview further than that it was "pleasant and satih facory." i as learned that t h president lll wrjte a letter to the union to be read at Its meeting next Sunday at hu ll t;lne the committer ill report. lOO I.A'li: TO CLASSIFY, Folt liKXT-NevNly furnished out side rooms. modern bath, half block from Kailroad avenu". "The llraiiada," 114'- .Vortli Secoii I street. Fiilt SAI.K-Two good niid-haud buggies, one rubber tired; both bar gains, at 5U5 Mountain road. Tin: oi.oitio wriowi, o. i.ii i: AsM UM i: SOCII.IY. "An old line" insurance company, with ample capital, solid, confcerva tie. progressive. Writes liberal con traits of insurance and inves'mtnt. I'n witt & liewltt. Managers, Com mercial club building. NOTU F. TO 1IOK.SF OWXFKS. Tlie Albuquerque Carriage Com pany, First mid iijeras, lias secured llm mtWccs of it firt- lass liorM-sliocr, uiul guarantee all work, or no m. The Women's Christian Temper ance union will meet at the home of Mrs. I'almer. J00 North High street, tomorrow afternoon, tit 2.3v. A good attendance is desired. SHRINERS IN TRAIN- LOADS TAKE ALBU QUERQUE BY STORM (ConUviif-d Eroin Pnge One.) feel a cheerful glow all over me every time I get one of your vigorous 'glad hands.' Certainly the southwest is the land where the next few years i will show wonderful development. Moreover, It Is a historic land, teem-i Ing with ancient historic associations and still peopled with sturdy repre sentatives of ancient races. We New Knglanders are prone to boast of our I'uritan ancestry, but you here ante date us in the matter of European oc. cupatlon by over a hundred years. And there is so much romance woven Into your history; so much poetry, sentimental and tragic. Indeed, 1 am glad to have this opportunity to see something of your city and to meet my brother Shriners here." "I don't believe in being a camel," said a portly Shriner to a noble brother. "A camel can go eight days without drink I guess you've heard that before, but where Is the life saving station? Let's go liquidate." S-intf tlie sights. The excursion of tne Shriners Is Ida lined to allow of extensive sight seeing. A stop Is made at Colorad i Springs, from which city a trip up likes Peak and visits to the other at tractions In that vicinity are niadi'. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado in Arizona Is on the program for a visit and then, after six days in Los Ange les, the trip will continue up the 1'a caflie coast us far as British Colum bia. Thence, via the Canadian Pa cific to St. Paul, the delegates will re tain! east. The Third Train. Murat temple, of Indianapolis, due here at 8 o'clock last night, arrived nt 4:45 o'clock this morning. 115 stroug. Including the ladles. When the train arrived here most of the nobles and ladies were asleep, but the local committees soon had them awake. This caravan was In charge of K. J. Jacoby, potentate, and t). L. Wade. The Indianapolis party left that city Monday morning, stopping at lenver, Colorado Springs, Santa Fe, and on account of the blockade near Max well City, was delayed In coming here. Potentate Jacoby 'said: "We have had a dandy time, seeing the wonderful Weston country, meet ing Shriners of other temples, being entertained and telling yarns." Mr. Jacoby Is the Junior member of the well known law firm of Fair banks & Jacoby, of Indianapolis, the senior member being Vice President Charles B. Fairbanks, who was only Initiated into Murat temple on April 12, this year. Vice President and Mrs. Fairbanks are to attend the Los Angeles meeting, but will go via Salt Lake City. Among the members of the Murat temple who spent several hours here were: Horace K. Smith, past poten tate; Abram Pilklngton. Oreenlleld, Ind., and Denton F. Belllngsey. The three men named above are the dele gates of Murat temple to the Imper ial council. Several of the sppfjal trains carry ing temples to 'California, due here last night, did not arrive on account of the derailment of passenger train 9, at Maxwell City, N. M. PITTSBURG SHRINERS ARRIVE AT 12:35 The Syria temjde, of Pittsburg, Pa., arrived on & special train at 12:35 o'clock this afternoon. The Pittsburg party numbered 145 persons, of whom 55 are women. The train conslMed of nine cars and ail were luxuriously equipped with every modern conven ience. There were two dining cars, five Pullmans, a buggage car and a 76-foot club car. which is furnished with a. piano, library, buffet, barber shop and bath room. The train was in charge of Wm. A. (liitllth. Tim potentate of the Syria temple Is Wm. Hobinson. Other representatives and guests on board were Wm. S. Brown, Imperial treasurer of the Shriners of North America: leo. McCannis. Alex Oilier, C. II. VI n key, of the Mackay Steel Co., and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Smith. The Osiris temple, of Wheeling, W. Va., is also represented "i this train. Osiris representatives are t.eo. V. Watershau, Jt. C. Linsley and W. Ir win, it. K. Shubert is in charge. Among the temple delegations lh.U are scheduled to arrive tonight are Macca temple, of New York; Zenobla temple, of Toledo. 7a -m Zem Icmple, of Klie, and the Saladiu temple, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Owing to H wreck on the road tlie time of arrival is uncertain. STACY DID IT Have you rode the ( ,,111,1 et. Way down in Am.i Minor .' Have you cro.-ed the burning sands Are you a -Mystic Shriner .' Have you seen the painting jet. And mystic cmhlems with it? Look on the Alvarado's tower: That's it and Stacy did ii. Stiiry'x ht r- Pi always be, H hil- iaiiiti-rx cniiif ami p.i. Stacy's piihiteii Albuquerque all Xtw Mislni. F'linviiliitf faces turn to smile-, KxpamlliiK nrlns k'i with it. and Wht-n you'ye hail ymir ..ilm lug Tip h'ain that Siary ili.l it. Stacy's busim-s ilm-s nut .-tan. I J-'ur int-ri ly ilay tu day; Hut eVHrybn.ly luri -li.iul.l kip. Thai Sta y's hei- stay. Ami wh.-i! yu wuul to aiKeni.--I'rihuTity K"t-s ui;h it; Have Stai-y paint ynu up a siyn, under Stai y did it. il THE FOLLOWING OF A FAD Minimfr Is Mire here." said l1.. lice Judge CialK this afternoon, louk- " K up itallrodil acnue from Second stieet. "Just look there." Two women and a little girl about 1? years of ape, were walking up ihe street, 'ihe only unusual thlntf about the trio was the way Ihe girl was warbed. Kvery summer the mother ol AlbuiUeriue compel their small boys ami Kills lo wear hoe. but no stockings, except a sort of xpats. MickniK up over the i-hoe lop about an im-h. Tlo kill was dressed in that man ner, and wtnle her Jrnn was rather ttrudive. ulll her hare Jegs made the j.lcture Judioruoun. ALBUQUERQUE IN LINE FOR BIG MEETING OF K. OF P. So Says Potentate Young of Springfield. Mass.. Get Busy Boosters. Col. C. L. Young, potentate of t the Melha) temple of Shriners, of Springfield, Mass., besides being a notable Shriner is also i a member of the Knights of Py- 4 thlas. and before he left with his party last night for Lou An- geles he said at t..e Alvarado: "As the annual meeting of the supreme lodge of Knights of Pythias comes west this year I think that Albuquerque has an excellent chance of securing the meeting. 1 pride myself that It was my work that helped to get the meeting at Springfield last 6 year In the face of the valiant efforts of Judge Abbott, who winked for this city, and I think 4 we can afford to help you this year. I certainly will boost for you all I can." 4 1 11 111 INTERVIEW I to HllltlUllIIIltt Sellers on Silver City. Col. li. K. H. Sellers, the successful real estate man. returned to the city this morning from a business trip to Silver City. "There Is the busiest town In the country." said the colonel. "F.very body is doing business down ihere, es pecially the merchants. The first morning after I landed In town, I saw ten ten mule teams going up the street one after the other. Each team was hauling two big ore wagons. They were bound for the Rurro mountains, I was told. It looked like old times." EC;;S rem HATCHING. Eggs $1.50 ped setting. Rose comb. Brown Leghorns and Barred Rocks. Pure bloods. 2 4 laying hens. Address J. K. Pauley, F.stancla, N. M. Highland Livery Paddle horses a specialty. Rest drivers in the city. Proprietors of Sadie, the picnic wagoi. HAMimOOK irnos. Phone S. t!2 John Ktrrrt C. F. Alien GalvanlMi Iron CortuV-e- Tin Roof Ing. Sbcep-dlp Tanks, Galvanized Water Tanks, Pipe ami llrpair Work 208 1-2 West Gold Waste Land W&nl(f ln tarf?e tracts-. Title AsdrtM, b 22, So. Zaklms. atb. V. S. A 10 per cent. Dividends in the other fellow's pocket on the rent you are paying. A small cash payment and 120.00 a month will buy a 6 room ho'j-e. with bath. CO-OPERATIVE REALTY C0.t J. K. ELDER, Armljo Building. The Albuquerque Hatters Hats Cleaned and Docket! in ait' Style Panamas a Spe cialty Clothing steam h aiKKl ami I'resMtl. Ex- ires Orders Attended to Promptly. Corner I 3rd St. &. Gold Ave. 0 Phone UtO. 00OO0O00OQ00i I X L GROCERY AND- Meat Market 901 Soul!) Edith Phone 40 Your Health is (Mta'.ly inthiemeil by your dii t. innl food is always to he had of us. We make a tpe ciaiiy of selling Mrlctly fresh, High Grade Groceries at marvelou-ly low i.iices. CASH SIT.CIAI.S I or Saturday, May 1th. 2c sweet potatoes, per can.ir.c Standard corn, 2 cans 15 lie can salmon, jier can., loo SptiKhctll. Vermicelli and .Macaroni per jikg l(k' ;:.f. Ifreakfast fall Coffee per lb 20c 2Jc Princess Winger Snaps per pkg- 20' Kuril Kmk. 6 pkxs 2?,.- Korve. per pkg- luc i bars tilk toap.,., 25c - - ... "Tha Most Comfortable Placa in tha Housa." tsot udor PORCH SHADES ALBERT 308-310 Railroad Avenue N". H. ANDRUS The Old Reliable Watchmaker and Jeweler Bring me your watches, clocks and Jewelry for repairs. Watch Inspector A. T. & S. F. R. R. 1 1 o West Gold Ave. ?0COtK00OOtK00 A Checking Account Puts System Into Your Business WHEN you pay all bills by check, your business is recorded accurately. Each Item shows for Itself. There Is 4 cor ' rect record of all receipts and expenditures In your bank book. For every bill you pay, you get a receipt. Tou have positive proof that you pRld each obligation. We give the same careful attention to both large and small accounts. The Bank of Commerce Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 O000O0O00fK)OO0f 119 F. Tomei & Brothers w.r. r. Albuquerque's Leading Tailor Choice Line of New Spring Goods on Hand. Order Early. Where to Dine Well Santa Fe Restaurant Open Day and Night. Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - nderSavoy Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor Convenience - Comfort - Security ! o . 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