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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. 7 paqii rrva. xmxxxinixxnxxxmxxTtx 3 Are You Getting g Strone Butter? 1 mmamoaw-am -BMav -v-aa-aa -bbbsmsj, Call up 72 and order R some BELLE SPRINGS Delivered on Ice, Always Good TRY IT Sold Only at MALOY'S N M 7 XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJt OOOOOOOOOOOOCJOOOCXXJCXJCKJ IE 18 TOTALLY DESTROYED BY FIRE Burning Paper Falling Floor Causes Loss of Home. on A residence on First street and Mountain road, occupied by Mrs. Margaret Toelo, was totally destroy ed by Are Sunday morning about 10:30 o'clock. The blaze originated In trash dropping from' a stove ' In which Mrs. Toclo was burning some papers and other articles. She ran stepped out of the room tor a few moments, returning to find the floor all ablaze. She attempted to extin guish the fire, but was unable to do bo, and by the time she rmi to the woolen mill near by and turned la an alarm, the house was all ablaze. On account of no water mains be ing near the house, the department was able to do little toward saving the place, and the firemen were com pelled to watch it burn. The loss is a severe one to Mrs. Tocio as the house contained prac tically her all. The damage will amount to about $200. The blaze attracted unusual atten tion, both owing to the hour and also to the fact that it was ia the rnl:.-b jorhood of tho big woolen aallld, many believing that the mills were afire.' OFFICIALS BLAME FREIGHT CONDUCTOR go 5 &fa 8 j Columbus i Motel I 3 For Good p 5 Meals Detroit, uuly 22. A statement ex plaining the cause of Saturday's wreck at Salem, In which mree were killed, and placing the responsibility entirely on the crew of the freight train was given out today at the I general offices of the Pere Marquette railroad in this city. "It is reported," says the statement, "that Conductor Hamilton of the lo cal freight remarked to the operator at Plymouth on pulling out that he thought he could make Salem before the arrival of the special." The freight had 16 minutes time under the rules when it should be sidetracked six and one-half miles from Plymouth. Whether the freight met any delays on, the- way, the Statement says, has not been made clear, and 'the special passenger train passed Salem exactly on scheuUle time. The statement says that Con ductor Hiimilton and Engineer Rog ers had been employed on the road since lSOli and 1&H9 respectively, and 9 both had good records. EARL'S SON WANTS TO BE A New York, July 22. The son of a Hielttd earl Is on his way to New Mexico and he's going to learn how to e a real cowboy. He is the Hon. Francis Patrick Clements, a brother of the fifth earl of Lei'.rini, and a plucky young chap, if his recent experiences count for anything. He is only 25, but the free life of the west has already called him. and he'a on his way. Young Clements recently reached New York on the liner St. Louis. He didn't come first-class, nor uij he grace the steerage. He came In the stock hole, and that's about the hardest work a man can tackle, even If he is accustomed to the harden kind of manual labor. Clements signed on the ship's reg ister as a stoker, and every day, l.i two-hour shifts, with six hours off for sleep and rest, he shoveled coal under the huge boilers of the big liner. It was killing a the average amateur coal heaver could do it. Kodol will nourish and strengthen your digestive organs and furnish the natural digestive Juices for your stomach. It will make you well. Ko dol digests what you eat. Sold by J. H. O'Klelly & Co. CROWD SAW DROWNS Will GAME AT SAflTA FE Over 600 People Went to Capital City on Sunday Excursion. The new base ball park at Santa Fe is christened. Before a great throng of fans gathered from all the surrounding region the Santa Fe Salmon Drays and the Mcintosh Browns played the initial game on the Tew iball field Sunday afternoon; 7 to 1 was the icore in favor of the doughty Browns. The game was an interesting one all the way through, in spite Its one sided ness. Ualgano tossed the ball with his usual skill and kept tho Santa Fe's guessing so hard that they never could find tho answer. The game was noted for for some sensational plays, the best of winch were tcf. two home runs by Graham. Graham made the first home run in the second Inning an.1 the other in the seventh Inning. The enthusiasm at this sort of batting was a littlj beyond the limit. Beside these hits, he also main a two base hit. To pay for his honors. however he sprained an ankle and had to lay oft for an Inning. There was considerable kicking against the umpire during the game, from both sides. Once he left the field at the request of the Santa Fe management, but was reinstated up on the Browns refusing to play until he again took his post. Morgan, the Denver boy Imported to pitch for the Santa Fe.'s, did not prove a howling success. He nltrhfl a good game, ibut could not mes merize the ball sufficiently to mys tify the Brownies. In all he struck out five men while Ualgano had a record of ten. Anderson wn th only player who got a base by being hit by a pitched ball. McHugh and Kunz each made three 'base hits. The Browns made sixteen hits and a total of twenty-seven bases. Santa Fe made seven hits and seven bases. Santa Fe had seven men left on nases and the Browns five. The game lasted two hours and fifteen minutes. On the account of rain the ar rangements for the dav were serious ly Interfered with. The parade and speeches which were planned had to be dispensed with. The game was called at 3:15 p. m. when the weath er cleared up. Hl0 Ifom Hero Attended. About six hundred people went to Santa Fe on the special train yes terday from this city. Men and wo men, with a sprinkling of children made up the throng and a Jolly crowd It was. On the trips up and back there was a great deal of wholesome nierry making. On the up trip a wealthy mttilng man named Clyde Watson, from Arizona, bought out the entire stock of the Harvey fruit vender on the train and distributed free to all the women and children on the cars, fruit, candy, chewing gum and other holiday luxuries. Mr. Watson's treat cost him in the neighborhood of $100. At 8:15 o'clock In the evening the train left Santa Fe on the return trip and arrived In Albuquerque at about one o'clock. The American Lumber company band which accompanied the Browns to the capital city did not have much of a chance to play on account ot no provision being made for them in the grand stand. They played a few pieces in the open and then went in out of the rain. CHIOS WON FROM BY 8 TO 5 The Geronlmos returned home this morning wearing "the smile that won't come off." and rejoicing over their victory over the crack team at Sf.corro, by the score of 8 to 5. The Irish boys owe their victory to excellent field work, individual play ing and splendid support given their butteries. While the Socorro pitcher, Hagerman. was In fine condition his mpport was Inadequate. Myers, one of the Geronlnvo's pitch ers, handled the sphere until the fifth l-'iiing, when Allen relieved him, both keeping the Socorreans busy wondering what sort of ball was com ing next. Riley Kdwards, the local catcher, did some spectacular work In handling the mitt, and also with the stick. Conk, the manager and catcher of the Socorro te,-,m, made himself liked by all of the Albuquerque boys by his good playing and his good heart edness. When the Geronlmos arrived a.t Socorro they were met by Cook with a number of carriages and the Duke City boys were paraded through the streets, dined, wined and made at home. "We had a fine time," said Martin Ryan, manager of the Geronlmos to day, "our only discomfort was the heat. "Before returning home we made arrangements for the Socorro team to visit Albuquerque soon, the ex penses of their trip to be borne by us, as they paid all of our expenses to ssocorro and return. TRINIDAD WILL NOT E TO Manager Matson received a mes sage this morning from Ed Webster, manager of the fast Trinidad team. asking for a game with the Browns to be played In that city Sunday. Owing to the fact, however, that sev eral members of the team will be unable to leave the city on that day, he was obliged to decline the offer. He wired the Trinidad manager of fering him expenses and 6u per cent of the net proceeds for a game here on that day. Later he received a message from Mr. Webster Btating that the game would have to be call ed off. It is to be regreted that the teams cannot come together at present as they should put up a rattling good game of ball. MISSING. Since Friday, July 19, Jose E. Pera, aged 55 years. Communlcite any information as to his where abouts to Timothy Chave;:, 1013 N. First street. m ; talk. Everybody buys rugs. But do you buy a seamless? Futrelle Furniture Company. OLD MAN DISAPPEARS FROM HOME IN THIHITY Jose E. Perea Unaccountably Missing and Relatives Are Alarmed. An old man named Jose E. Perea has mysteriously disappeared from his home on North Mountain road and as yet no trace of him has been found. The man is 65 years of age and has not been in good health for some months. He is the uncle of Timothy Chavex, who lives at 1013 North First street. In speaking of the missing man Mr. Chaves said this morning: "Perea left his home on last Fri day and we have seen nothing of him since. The old man has been sick frequently of late. He has been up In the mountains most of "the time recently. A few days ago he return ed from the mountains and now he is missing. We have searched for him all over the city, but as yet have found no trace of him. We feel wor ried about his welfare as he is get ting old and has not been in good health. We don't suspect any foul play In connection with his absence, but fear thnt he may hare met with some accident by reason of the feeble state of health. He has not been In the habit of going oft by himself m mis manner and this leads us to feel that all is not well with him. "I am going out to the mountains today myself, or will send someone, to look for my uncle. It may be that he took a notion to go to the mountains without letting his friends know of this Intention. If anyone has any knowledge of Perea's where abouts I will esteem It a favor if he win communicate with me at once." AN EXPERIMENT IN PING HAMS 1. A. Moore, general ant of th Santa Fe refrigerator service, and C. C. Copp, an agent of the Swift Pack ing company with headquarters at St. Joseph. Mo., passed through Al- ouquerque today in charge of a spec ial car of sweet pickled hams, en route to Los Angeles. "This Is the first experiment tho Swift Packing company has made In shipping sweet pickled hams," said Mr. Moore today, "and should it prove a success, the Santa Fe will at tempt to get the contract for handl ing such shipments. lhe car, which we have in charge, left Si. Joseph last Wednesday and It is scheduled to arrive in Los An geles Thursday." REMAINS TAKEN TO RATON FOR BURIAL The remains of Mrs. William T. Moore, daughter of John Campbell, of Raton, N. M., who died in Vallejo, Cnl., last Wednesday, passed through this city Saturday night en route for Raton, where the funeral service was hold today at the Catholic church. Mrs. Moore was long a resident of Raton and was married there several years ago to Win. T. Moore. Her brothers, James H. and Joe Camp bell, and sisters, Mesdames T. F. Murphy and Thomas Sayers, reside in Raton. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Alvnrndo. S. C. Maxlee, Sldwee, Ohio; H. Wesbter and wife, Chicago; Mary Flnlayson and Florence Wormian. Kl Paso; V. Stein. Kansas City; L. A. Mullanty, Wlnslow; F. S. Freeman, Ann Arbor, Mich.; J. S. Service, Wlnslow; B. F. Leach and wife, Buf falo: E. E. Potter, St. Joseph; F. A. Hrandon. Denver; D. H. Teas, New York; Wyatt Evans. El Paso; H. A. Rlngan. Hillsooro; Charles Moorman, What Cheer. Iowa: Mrs. W. A. Jones, Ash Fork; M. S. Franklin, Needles; John H. Sims. Los Angeles; Mr. and Mrs. H. Lee Chilson, Wlnslow; E. C. Iawrence, Denver; I. J. Custer, San Bernardino, Cal.; J. L. Sullivan and F .J. Otero, Bernalillo; George Cui- i. oamar, t. i.. i. ti. j-oiiock. Lar Jlng, Iowa; Albert J. Yerkes, Phila delphia; L. Ohlln, Guam; K. J. Drury, La Junta: W. E. Curry. El Paso; A. J. Parker, Newton, Kan.; M. M. Rice. Topeka; H. W. Sharpe, 1-a Junta; A. C. Haskell. La Junta; Ben Spier, New York; C. R. Wise, Denver; J. M. Murdock. Chicago; S. L. Hoffman, Baltimore; B. P. Phelps, Tokepa; C. McKlnson, Denver; F. M. Mitchell, Omaha. Slurtres. J. A. Lamb. Chicago; M. Wlsh breen, Bernalillo; Charles Hanna, It. it. Avery, San Marcial; J. M. Craw ford, Jasper. Ala.; A. H. Atchison, Indian Territory; J. J. Jones, Wich ita, Kan.; E. S. Juda, Kansas City; J. H. Simms, Los Angeles; Will Abrams. San Francisco; Max Paul Kempenlch. Peralta, L. L. Lyons, Denver; James E. Nelson, Chicago; A. J. Abbott, Santa Fe: M. G. Keen an. Springer; C. E. Dall, Denver; A. H. Hanson, Wlnslow; A. D. Wald ron, Denver; Henry Baswltz, Los Angeles; Ir. CS. H. Bason and wife. San Antonio; A. E. Rouiller and John G. Rouiller. taruiul Central. C. E. Ryan, Colorado Springs; J. D. Flannigan, East Las Vegas; N. B. Haney and wife, Greenville. Texas; R. V. I. Mauir. Mineral Springs, Tex as; William Gorman. H. A. Petus, Los Cerrlllos; II. C. Smith, C. Odon, Iaa Vega; C. L. Smith. Scranton, Pa.; J. Ford Young, San Bernardino, Cal.; William Clark, Williams. Ariz.; F. L. Campbell, Inver; II. H. Car mer. L. Maxwell, J. Bryant, Las Veg as; F. G. Kelly, Gallup. SaToy. S. B. Dinnagau, W. 11. Tucker, Flagstaff; F. J. Koeller. St. Ioul; A. Pence. J. R. Head, Council H1U, I. T. ; Bob Morton, Muskogee, I. T. ; C. C. Bradfleld, C. L. Brown, Helen; Mrs. M. M. Snyder, Las Vegas; S. Grantham. Kansas City; William Nichols, Lis Vegas; Paul Vlf and family, Cleburne, Texas.; C. Doherty. Ijuny; E. Banla, San Rafael; C. V. Lewis and wife, Pittsburg, 1'a ; Will iam F. Barund, El Pao. MeirMlitan. R. F. Donegan and wife, RiJgwood, N. D.; Ray Bean, Los Angeles; V. A. Dennis and family. Ash Fork; Julius Rosrh and family. Demlng; Thomas J. E. Kemp. Chicago; B. B. Howard, Omaha; H. H. Hall, Las Vegas. YOUNG LADS STOLE AND SOLD A BABY BUGGY Worked Smooth Game on Experienced Second Hand Goods Buyer. Two young lads, hardly big enough to be running loose alone, deliber ately stole a baby buggy this morn ing from a home in the Highlands and wheeled the vehicle to Morgan's second hand store on East Central avenue, where they put up such a good front that Mr. Morgan bought the buggy and gave them a dollar for It, supposing that their mother had sent them to sell It. The boys evidently watched for an opportunity to steal the buggy, which they calmly furloined while no one was looking, and tney then boldly wheeled it down Central avenue to Morgan's place. "How- much do you want for It?" queried thnt gentleman after a few preliminaries. "Mother said we should not take les than a dollar, and if you can't Ptiy that much, we'll have to go back and ree If she'll take less," said the Her of the two boy. After the dollar had been paid ever the boys remained and chatted with Mr. Morgan for some minutes End if he had any suspicions about tne affair, thev were rnMrpiv liui.o.n- ed. ' A short time after the bovs de riirted, however, he learned" that they had stolen the buggy and he gave Lieut. Kennedv the descrip tions of the lads. They will be ar rested, but as they come of good families, who will undoubtedly that they are properly punished, the I court will probably do ncthing fur- j mej man censure mem. HORTON PROMPTLY 6AVE$5,000 BOND Flagstaff, Ariz.. Julv 22. John Horton, formerly of Albuquerque, who was held to the grand Jury last week for being the Indirect cause of the death of John Swanson, who died at tne county hospital Monday, was im mediately released on bond, irlvtns: security for $5,000 as soon as the warrant was served on him. He gave himself up to the olllcers as soon a.i he learned that he was wanted. Swanson had been drinking for some time and had several tights prior to being brought to the hos pitaJ here. Horton gave him a whip ping because of Insults which Swan son, without cause, heaped on Mrs. Horton. Horton has the sympathy of the people, who believe he was Justified in whipping the man, and as he did not intend to cause death. It Is not likely that he will be held. Physi cians state that Swanson's death was due to 'bruises and the fact that he was poisoned by liquor. " WORKMEN DROWNED BY COLLAPSE OF BRID6E Lorain, Ohio. July 22. A score of inrn vine precipitated into tne river nere louay oy tne collapse of part of a foot bridge on which they were CrOHslllflr to the nhin vanlj im'hAnA v.... were employed. Two bodies have hfdn (nkun fiuim v , ,. .1 eral men are missing. NEGRO SENTENCED FOR "TOUCHING" A colored man called "Spot" llrown was arraigned before Acting Police Judge W. W. McClellan this morning on a charge of drunkenness and lar ceny, and wns committed to Jail for twenty-rive days. The complaining witness in the case was Clav William another colored man. Williams ar rived m Albuquerque Saturday even ing and fell in with llrown whom he has known for three years. The two were drinking all evening and oe- came more or less Intoxicated. Mar tin had two ten dollar bills hidden away In his clothes which he did not intend to spend and he claimed thnt this was taken from his pocket by i5i-own. iro'n uenied tne charge. 111 ston vnnr naln free. Tn ihnn you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I will malt you free, a Trial Package of them Dr. Snoop's Headache Tablets. Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Pe riod pains, etc., are due alone to blood conirentlnn. Tit bhnnn'a XI cr, A a Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing away tne unnatural blood pressure. That is nil AririrAaa Tr fiknnn Da. cine. Wis. Sold by all dealers. ocmcmoexmoexeKMOmmcmo m DO Put Up Fruit This Summer We luve two hundred four tiuhkct crau-a of Ilurbnnk plums thut we will kIvo the mcivtuiiiiM tomorrow morning to aell at one (loliur a crau. You will bo sorry If you miss tills sale. Order from your grocer. 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Com plete line of Switches, Pompa dours, Puffs, Wigs, etc. We carry a complete line of Ailecn Berg's Celebrated Creams and Tonics, which are especially prepared for this climate. Tour patronage Is re spectfully solicited. Mr, and Mrs, James Slaughter, Proprietors XXXIXXIXTTXTXX1TXTTTTTTX When in Silver City Patronize Mrs. Van Riper's PRIVATE BOARDIHS HOUSE Next Elks' Opera House Your Credit is Good -WI th- E. M AH ARAM Clothe your family on $l.oo per week Sim Weot Control BELL'S LIVERY New Location 424 NORTH SECOND ST. TELEPHONE 4S C. H. Carnes, O.D. The Railroad Avenue Optician Eyes Examined Free 114 Railroad Avenue ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. Win. Wallace McClellan Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12 ALBUQUKRQUK. N. M. Notary Public Collections made at Korber Building 124 N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 ti 4 p. m. Residence 723 N. Fourth St. ooooooC)ooaoaoo The Albuquerque Hatters Hats Cleaned and Blocked In any Style Panamas a Spe cially Clothing steam Cleaned and Pressed. 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