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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. 1WC.E REVEST. REJECTED 'S V LEGACY TO In Death He Remembered One Who Refused His Love. Kansna City, Mo., July 22. When Ernest T. Palmer married Alma Pnt ten In Hannibal, Mo., ten years ago, Walter H. Sheridan wan a disap pointed man. He was a suitor for Miss Patten's harvd but she choose the other. Sheridan was patient, thoiiKh. He did not know what might happen. When Mr. and Mrs. Palmer Hcparnted six years asro, he bested the woman of his choice to obtain a divorce and marry him. She refused. Mrs. Valmer came to Kansas City three years apo with her mother, Mrs. Mary A. Potter and her eon, Potter Palmer, nine years old. They live at 1833 Holly wtreet now. Sheri dan followed them here and contin ued his pleadings. But Mrs. Palmer said no. "I'd rather work and support my boy and myself than marry again, " bhe told him. "Well," said Sheridan, one day In February, 1905, "If that's the case, I believe I'll go to South America." Xo Wonl Till Ills Tk-atli. Sheridan's frequent calls at Mrs. Palmer's home Mopped then. Re cently she sued her husband for di vorce. He lives In Hannibal, Mo., where he owns a theater. Not a word came from Sheridan until yes terday. Then word was received In Kansas City of his death In a British honpltal In Buenos Ayres, Argentine republic. South America, and the additional word was that he had left his estate, consisting of 14.500 In gold and other property to Mrs. Pal mer. "The last time I saw Mr. Sheridan was in February-, 190S," she said, "'when he told me he was thinking of going to South America. He had not written to me since that time. We had known each other for years and were very good friends." What She'll Io With the Money. Mrs. Palmer Is about 30 years old. "I can't believe that this news is true," she said, "although I am not surprised that he should have left his estate to me. I wish that I had ac cepted his proposal before he went away. "I don't know much about' Mr. Sheridan's family except that he of ten spoke of two brothers, one who lived In Peoria and one In Qulncy, 111. He was about 40 years old." When asked what she Intended to do with the money left her by Mr. Sheridan, she said: "I may have to spend it all In getting It, but I want to build a home for my mother and my etelf here in Kansas City, where we can earn our living and educate my eon. But I may not get this money. At least, I don't ntend to build castles until I hear from the lawyers down there where he died." The Information concerning Mr. Sheridan's death was received from Dougherty C. Hoover, an attorney of Buenos Ayres. Mrs. Palmer will communicate with him at once con cerning the estate. Bad Burns Quickly Healed. "I am so delighted with what Chamberlains Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and tell you so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad burn on her knee. I applied Chamberlain's salve and it healed beautifully." This salve allays the pain of a burn most Instantly. It is for sale by all druggists. After you had been shook down regularly for your savings COME ON, CP.. LET'S PLAY choo-choo cms! Guess ww i've Got for you WOW " o c5? sr I ll i V It make'you GLAD? h"UK1 udd"",y mile on 'ou and codllle y and E FOUND BY A NATIVE Man Who Made Discovery Not Charged With Murder. Wlnslow. Arl.. July 22. (Knrrialt W. O. Kelley, the Wlnslow member of the Bowie prospecting party. which made the rich strike of gold In the Zunl mountains last week. says that the story to the effect that the gold was nrst discovered by a na tive wanted by the authorities of Grant county, N. M., and that cer tain members of the party first learned of the place where the gold could be found, was correct, but the native referred to Is not -wanted by the authorities for murder. The crime committed by the fugitive was that of dragging & woman from a horse. The crime was committed several years ago. After committing the assault the native made his way on foot through the Zunl mountains to Gallup, where he disposed of the gold nuggets. The native said that he found the gold In the Zunl moun tains about two days' travel from Gallup. He said that it was past Fort Wlngate and what Is known as the "Milk Ranch," and near the northeast corner of the Zunl Indian reservation. "This was all the clue we had," said Mr. Kelley. "We drove pas the 'Milk Ranch' and the fort and In the mountains about six ty miles from Gallup we ran onto a ranchman, who had some gold bear ing quartz similar to that brought back by our party. This old ranch man took us over Into some burnt hills and told us that he found his rock there, which Is not so without a doubt. The hills were hills of vol canic ashes. "We drove past an Indian village and did a little prospecting on our own accord with the result that we found what looks like pretty good stuff. "We haven't got an assay from the ore we. sent In yet but there is no doubt but that It will run high. All I'm afraid of Is that we haven't found the mother vein." ARRESTED FOR COL ORADO FRAUDS Los Angeles, Cal., July 22. Cyrus J. Williams of this city, and Fred H. Walllhan of Inglewood, Cal., have Just been arrested upon indictments returned by the federal grand Jury In Denver, charging them with complic ity In coal land frauds In Olenwood Springs, Colo. They were taken into custody by Deputy United States Marshal Franklin and neither has yet furnished ball, although it Is antici pated they will do so. The other men, one in Denver and another In Des Moines, Iowa, were also indicted In collection with the same charge. The land Involved Is about 900 acres near Glenwood Springs. It Is charg ed that the men, after filing on the Jand, turned it over to the Wisconsin Fuel and Coal company. Xw Arrivals for tlio Week. Seamless tapestry rugs, Ingrain carpets (large assortment) brass and Iron beds, linoleums, Hoosler Kitchen Cabinets, China and glassware. Fu trelle Furniture Co. The best remedy xor bachache, weak kidneys, inflamatlon of the bladder Is DeWltt's Kidney and Blad der Pills. Their action Is prompt and sure. A week's treatment for 25c. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly & Co. WOULDN'T IT MAKE YOU GLAD IF- And had been robbed of the very shirt on your back SEE PRETTltS? . BAD CHECK MAN HAD A FULL SUPPLY Search of Prisoner at Pres cott Reveals Plenty of Blanks. Prescott, Arls., July 22. When Deputy Sheriff Horace Bowdre ar rested C. E. Clark Saturday night, on Montezuma street, he landed what appears to be one of the smoothest "phoney" check vendors who has op erated here In many mtnhs. Clark, who is accused of secur ing $25.50 In cash from Fred Eckert on a worthless check, on July 8, came here about three weeks ago and se cured quarters at the .Montezuma ho tel, of which Eckert Is proprietor. He worked a few days at one of the local business houses, and appeared to be possessed of ample means. July 10 he entered the saloon of Eokert, on Cortes street, and inform ed the proprietor that the bank would not cash his check without being identified. Eckert said that in asmuch as he did not have time to walk to the hank, he would endorse the check. He did so and two days later was Informed by the cashier of tne urescott National bank, where the check was cashed, that the check had been returned by the Union Sav ings and Trust company of Phoenix, on which institution It was drawn, with the information that Clark had no funds to his credit there. Had Many linire Chocks, Eckert could hardly 'believe Clark was guilty of such a gross violation of the law and at first concluded that he would not have him arrested. Lat er, however, and after a search of Clark's room was made, he changed his mind. When the room was enter ed a number of worthless checks were found, as well as a large amount of writing paper, upon which Clark had apparently been practicing the signatures of other persons, alleged to have a standing in the financial world. Among the blank checks he pos sessed were many from Albuquerque, Las Vegas and other New Mexico and Arizona banks. As far as known, none of these had been forged, but were still blank. The sheriff's office was notified and a warrant sworn to for Clark's ar rest. Deputy Sheriff Bowdre lodged him In the county jail. He will be arraigned on the charge In Justice court in the next few days. Clark is a stranger in the city, and no one could be found yesterday who knew anything of his previous history or operations. The Charming Woman Is not necessarily one of perfect form and features. Many a plain woman who could never serve as an artist's model possesses those rare qualities that all the world admires: neatness, clear eyes, clean smooth skin and that sprlghtllness of step and action that accompany good health. A phy slcally weak woman Is never attract ive, not even to herself. Electric Bitters restore weak women, give strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth. velvety skin, beautiful complexion. Guaranteed at all druggists, 60c. o If you want anything on earth, you can get It through the want columns of The Evening Citizen. We get re suits. o Use Kennedys Laxative Cough Syrup. Contains no opiates. Xt drives the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels. Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as good as maple syrup. Children like lL Sold by J. H. O' Rlelly A Co. And had finally been booted off the earth ) HERE'S f NCE 8I? fcEMON tell you It was a joke? Wouldn't Territorial Topics Lee Bent ley, a teamster for the Helvetia Copixr Co., at AJo, Aril., was killed Saturday by K.-mger Frank Wheeler, while resisting arrest. The Southern Pacific railroad paid employes on the Tucson division be tween Yuma. Ariz., and El Paso, Texas, $160,000 for last months work. Dating after the first of August R. J. Selkirk, supervisor of the national forest reserve, will make Benson, Arizona, his headquarters Instead of Tucson, as heretofore. Jose V.. Duran, one of the oldest residents of Santa Fe, sucoumher to neart failure at his home Saturday. He had been living in retirement for the past few years but had served the county as treasurer for ten years during his life. Th. Tnl'Mnp. Pnnntv Tun dhoM In stitute whJr-h will ho 'rirl.l at P.tnn. cla. N. M., will be of two wei ks' du ration, beginning Monday. July 22. Prof. A. B. Stroup. superintendent of schools of Bernalillo county, will of ficiate as conductor. Insurance adjusters who have pass ed through Tucson in the last few days report that the insurance ad justment for the recent big fire on Chihuahua hill In Blshee, Ariz., has been practically completed and that the total amount paid to the policy noiders approximated about $30,000. The application of the Boswell Lumber company and others for the appointment of a receiver for the Hondo Stone Manufacturing company has been refused in the district court and the plaintiffs hnve had the action dismissed at their cost. It Is a good sign for a town when the hotels are all crowded with guests. Notwithstanding the hot weather strangers keep pouring Into Douglas, Ariz., and hotel room Is often at a premium. Douglas Is growing stead ily and fast taking on metropolitan airs. Of the $1,300 stolen June 30 from Schoonover's saloon In Carlsbad, N. M., $793.90 was found buried near the Pecos river Snturday. Joe Mat thews, negro porter at the saloon, has confessed that he and a young white man, who hus disappeared, stole the $1,300. The first spike was driven for a Chamber of Commerce for G1o1h, Ariz., Saturday at an enthusiastic meeting held In the district court room at the court house. Thirty-five of the leading business and profes sional men of the city were present, a healthy nucleus for an aggressive organization. During the past week In southern New Mexico, the Southern Pacific has had three serious accidents. Lee Noa. a switchman, had his foot cut off near Carrlzozo Sunday. On Wed nesday a 17-year-old native boy had a fiot taken off and the same day a native named Trinidad Carrilln, wa tu;i over and killed near Tecolote. Articles of the following corpora tions were filed In the office of lue county recorder at Phoenix, Ariz., American Oil and Gas company, cap ital stock, $800,000, incorporators, C. Bradley Klrkpotrlck. W. L. Price, Allen D.. Baillie; Sunburst Gold Min ing and Prospecting company, capi tal stock, $2,000,000, incorporators, Henry Lasher. E. I). Lasher, Dr. Ralph Hanson; Andrews oil com pany, capital stock, $500,000, Incor porators, A. A. Burchan, John Ross, R. E. Lee, S. D. lUillou, W. E. Youle. A strange story comes from near Bluewater; a few days ngo a young lady who owns a ranch was to have been married and the day and hour was set for the wedding. The groom to be was a young man of good cir cumstances and held a responsible position. Just a few minutes before the wedding he left the house for a short walk and has not been seen since. Persistent efforts have been made to locate him but with abso lutely no success. Thut he was the victim of foul play Is the only rea son advanced from his strange dis appearance as he had a large sum of money on his person at the time he left the house. YOUNG SHEEP HERDER PROBABLY MURDERED Williams, Ariz., July 21. Either the victim of a fatal accident, the prey of wild beasts or a suLJect of foul play Is probably the fate of Do lores Garcia, a native sheep herder employed by C. C Hutchinson. His band of fifteen hundred sheep were found last Wednesday about five miles south of Williams, alone and scat tered, and apparently had been with out a herder for f"Ur or five days No trace of the missing lad could be found. Garcia bears the reputation of be ing a steady, hard working boy, and Mr. LevarWi. foreman for Hutchin son, Is positive he would not have abandoned the hnnl without notice. He has been In th- employ of the outfit for some time and has alwayn shown himself a conscientious work er. Levario discovered the band on his round of Inspection. There is no other temper ance beverage that is so healthful, wholesome, nour ishing and satisfying so strengthening-, invigorating and vitalizing aa Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer of Quality The SJ'fc of alcohol in the beer ia simply a mild stimulant that helps the stomach do its work with out producing uny harmful effuct. Ernest Meyers & Co., U6118 W. Silver Ave., Albuqiieiqu PbOD 125. Classified Advertisements! HELP WANTED. UISLP WANTED iFThal ill your crying need, a want ad In The Evening Citizen's want column will assure you of plenty of employes. H ANTED. WANTED Gunny sacks, all kinds. E. W. Fee. 602 South First street. WANTED Boy with pony to deliver pa pers. Apply at this office. WANTED Immediately, a white camp cook. Apply Horabln-Mc- ! s trey co. WANTED Experienced bookkeeper that can do telegraphing. Address, A. H. Hilton Mer. Co., San Antonio, N. M. WANTED First class cook at Allen hotel. Must furnish reference. $50 per month. J. M. Allen, Magda lena. N. M. WANTED At once, good camp cook, $85: also muckers and miners, car penters, helpers, pile drivers. Col mrn's Employment, 615 South First street. VANTED People who want some thing, to advertise In The Citizen's want column. A few line Cost but few cents but bring returns an hundred fold. WANTED Ladies who wish stylish dressmaking. Also apprentice. Call on Miss C. P. Crane, 612 North Second street. Millinery at half price, WANTED At once, woman to 3o housework; small family, good wiiges. Inquire Mrs. F. E. Sturges, 423 North Second street. WANTED Men who are used to, and who have worked on a pile driver. Apply Santa Barhara Tie and Pole Co.. room 3, First National Bank building. MEN WANTED. MEN WANTED Somewhere every day. If you are looking for a job put a want ad In The Evening Cltl sen's want column and It will do the rest. FOR KENT. FOR RENT Pleasant, well furnlsh- ed front rooms, near business cen ter; rates reasonable. Corner Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear. FOR RENT Two nice large pleasant furnished rooms, ror light house keeping or sleeping rooms. En ciulre 617 South Broadway. FOR RENT A few nicely furnished rooms, with use of bath, very rea sonable; no Invalids. Hotel Cralge, Silver avenue, between First and Second streets. b'OR RENT Several small cottages, all nicely furnished for housekeep ing. J. B. Block, Jemes Hot Springs, N. M. EMPIOYMENT. EMPLOYMENT If you need work The Citizen's want column will fur nish you a quick and ready means of securing It at a minimum ex penditure. Put a want ad in The Citizen today and be at work tomor row. i'XMt BALE A SNAP The best paying hotel busi ness In New Mexico for $1,800 cash. See M. L. Schutt, 119 South Second street. FOR SALE Fine young Jersey bull. Inquire mornings, at 611 North First street. Geo. A. Blake. FOR SALE Half Interest In estab lished poultry business. Bred-to-Lay Poultry Yards. J. T. Harger, prop., 12th street and Mountain road. FOUND Through tne want column of The Evening Citizen, just what you have been looking for. An advertising source sure to bring re turns for small expenditure. Try a want ad and be convtneeu. NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. Notice is hereby given that the firm of F. E. Sturges & Company has this day been dissolved by mu tual consent of the parties, F. E. Sturges having purchased the Interest of Jake Levy in and to said business, and will continue to conduct the same and will collect all indebted ness due and owing to said firm and will pay all debts due by same. F. E. STURGES. JAKE LEVY. Albuquerque, N .M July 11, 1907. Cured Three of me Family with One Bottle of CluunbcruUn's Colic, Cholera and J;nrrlioea Remedy. "I purchased a bottle of Chamber Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, and found It to be all claimed for It In the adertlsements. Three of the family have used It with good results In summer complaint. H. E. Howe, publisher of the Press, Highland, Wis. For sale by all drug gists. Hmall, sure, safe pills. Sold by J. H A large line of trass, bronzed and Iron beds, small refrigerators, car pets, linoleum, window shades, cur. tain poles, stair pads, mattresses. stoves ami ranges, Daoy iron Deas Futrelle Furniture Co. A Memorable Day. One of the days we remember with pleasure, as well as with profit to our health, is tne one on wnicn we became acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the painless purifiers that cure headache and bllilousness, and keep the bowels right. 25c at all dealers. rocxxxooooocxxxxxsoocxxxxxr: REAL ESTATE BARGAINS For Rent Six It Mini brick Iioiim, IniiIi. cellar, 1 'our ill ward $20.00 Apartments In Hope Hats, two to hlx rooms, mod ern conveniences, $10 to BO. 00 I our room brick house, bath, cellar, Fourth ward 23.00 Set en room brick liouse, iihmIitii. furnished or unfuriil-lusl, cIom In. Three rooms for light- luiiiM-kti-piiij:, eloM In. IS. 00 Five room Ikiiic, South Second Ktrect 13.00 I'lie rs)iu frame, I'lrt Muni 20.00 A. Montoya 215 W-st Gold i.e. PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture. Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagon and other Chattels also on SALARIES AND WARS HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as lit and as high as $200. Loans art quickly made and strictly private Time: On month to on year give Goods remain In your possession Our rate are reasonable Call and sea us be for borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship ticket to and from a part of th world. Room I and 4, Grant Bldg. 10$ 4 West Railroad Aye. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. SALESMEN WANTED. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWTERa. Ira M Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 11 .t N. '. W.. Washinaton. TV i" T.ninn. land patents. convrlihta nmii letter patents, trade marks, claims R. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEf AT LAW. llknnn.. que, N. M. Office, First Nations can ounaing. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT T.AW. nnu Cromwell block. Albuquerque. N. 31 DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms I and 1. Brntt kniui,.. over O'Rlelly's dm atora. Pknni No. 744. Appointments mads by mal, DR. C. A. KLEer, a'viillBVt N. T. Armljo Building. Phone 89, Edmund J. Aim n n a - - - ' -- BV. No. $06 Railroad avenua. nM. hours. 9 a. m.. to U-in m. m i.aa p. m, to I p. m. Both phones. Ap poimmenis made by mall. . M. SHKRIDAK. M. n Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon Occidental Life Building. Tals phone 88$. Albuquerque, N. If. DR. R. r,. hitki. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with ui.h Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given escb uay irom 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse in attendance. Both phones. DRS. BRONSON & RRON'SON, Homeopaths. Over Van's Drug Store. 'Phone Office and residence, 618. DR. C. A. FRANK. Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 4 and B. Barnett bldg. Of fice hours 8 to 12 and 2 to 6, 7 to 8 p. m. undertaker: BORDERS ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 44-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. U Both phones. N OTAJ t Y PTjBtic. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chlldsrs, HI West Gold avenue. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, land of fice at (Santa Fe, N. M., June 24, 1807. Notice Is hereby given that Lucas Oallegos, of Kan Rafael, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 6998 made April 22, 1902, for the WV4 SE!4, and 8 8WK. section 84, township 6 N, range 7 W., and that said proof will he made before 611 vestre Mlrabal. U. S. court commis sioner, at San Rafael, N. M., on Aug ust S, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Manuel Lucero, Trinidad Sabedra, Manuel Montoya, Vlctorlno Trujlllo, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. o Ixmg Live Ute King Is the popular cry throughout Euro pean countries, while In America, the cry of the present day la "Long live Dr. King's New Discovery. Kins of Throat and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine. Turro. Mass., says: "It never falls to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold. "Mrs. Palne's opinion Is shared by a ma jority of the inhabitants of this coun try. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed; and for coughs and colds It's the only sure cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. 60c and $1.00 bottle free. breaking in needed The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is comfort a ble from 'he start. The burnine and a chine Mused by stiff soles and the evils of thin soles are pre vented by the Red Cross. It Enables a woman to be on her feet for hours at a time with omfort. A stylish sAoe thafs absolutely comfortable N: St, R'J &m U-oo )xfords, ' $3.50 ligh Shoes, $4.00 Zet us fit you. WFA. CHAPLIN 121 Railroad Avaou EXCURSION -TO- Colorado And Principal Eastern Point On Sale Doily June Is to Sept. 30th. via Low rates, long limit, tickets ac cepted on Limited and all other trains. Call at ticket office and w will plan your trip back east- Ws are all going. Why not youT T. E. PURDY, Agent A. T. & S. F. RY. O. A. GLEYOTER INSURANCE, REAL E8TATa NOTART PUBLIC. Rooms IS and 14 Cromwell Biuek Albuquerque. Telephone No. II. Are you looking for something? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. It talks to the people and they talk to you. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tbcj ovtrcom W rrf v luriw tad utuUslonabrwsvM vitfut and bantih iinn uf nieniru tiun." They mrm Llfto Kureri'1 tortrtttt nipiahuo.j, alJliif vlottutnt of or vat and tntlf. h ino" o rmfijr fr "mn quJC .3 cornet a uisvur. Ml Mr boa bv mull. 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