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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THVnSDAY, ArdrST 1, 1W7. fags nvm. E Native Green Corn Ml Green Chili Bell Peppers B Summer Squash Green Beans Wax Beans Pole Beans Tomatoes Peaches Plums Oranges Bananas Strawberries Cantaloupes h Watermelons, etc At MALOY'Sl riiimiiiiiii OOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOOCXJCX' Pleased People Every Day at Motel GERMAN EMPRESS WILL ' E AUTO E Collision of Cars Causes Her to Taboo "Buzz Wagons " Beslin, Ger., August 1. Frighten ed by an automobile accident which occurred only a few feet in front of where her own motor had stopped the naisenn jumped out of her pow er vehicle and resolutely refused to 07 THE K.VIsKltlX OF (JKUMAXY. reenter, her chauffeur falling a car riage in which her majesty rode to the palace today. The accident was in the nature of a collision between two autos, both of which were moving at mold spied. The crash was a tremendous affair and the occupants of both cars were hurled out and badly bruised though not fatally hurt The kaiserin, alarmed only a few- moments before by the sputtering of the motor on her own car. which her chauffeur Insists was nothing of importance, witnessed the collision Her own car was stopped by the skillful chauffeur just before it reach ed the accident, and in time to avoid running into the wrecked cars. Later In the day it was stated that the empress hereafter will confine herself to horses alone, and will not trust to the "buzz wagons." Are you looking tor somerning? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit, it talks to the people and they talk to you. CRYSTAL THEATRE Cor. Stcond SI. and Load Av. MOVING PICTURES and 1 RATED SONGS riMW.it M: ILLUS- History of a I'uir of Trituscrs I p-to-duto Studio. Jilack Ib-auty. llio i banner. 1 lobby and Ills Italloon. Illut-k Xui-'. h i i writ u rn mv.: "Tell Moilu r 1 11 ! Then-." "When the Harvest Moon K .sliiniii' on i lie Kivt-r." ool and i oniiortuhlc, I'lenly of Seal. 45 Minute of Ainust-im-nt. lOc A c 1 m iHHion lOt; FAIR WILL SURPASS IN EINE RACING EVENTS Program For Territorial Meet Is Best Ever Arranged. The busiest persons In Albuquer que these days are tne oincmis n the Territorial Fair association, tmlly ii mass or correspondence is coming In and Manager Hubbs and Secretary Stnnim are beginning to experience the real difficulties of projecting a big event such as a territorial fair. The offices of the association fire lo cated in the Whiting block where a stenographer Is employed to write letters in connection with th fair business. Gradually the details of the fair are being arranged and there Is no doubt that the program for the week will be the most attractive yet provided at any territorial fair. The racing events promise to Op ot an unusually high order. The hand some purses offered, aggregating $S, foiil In all, have caused a great num ber of horsemen to write for entry blanks. The racing schedule Is as follows: TIlC ltlKTH. Tuesday, October S Purse Xo. 1: 17 pace. (Stake race). fl.noo. Wednesday, October ft. Purse No. 2:0 trot. (Stake race). $1,000. Thursday, October 10. Purse No. 2:13 pace, (Stake race). 1,000. Krldav, October 11. Purse No. 4: 25 pace, $500. JSaturdav. October 12. Purse No Free-for-All pace. (Stake race), $1,000. Purse No. 6: 2:30 trot. $500. The A. T. & S. F. railway will re turn horses free to points or ship ment on their road In California. New- Mexico. Arizona. Colorado and Kan sas, also El Paso. Texas. Trotting mill Pacing Conditions, All trotting and pacing to be in harness, mile heats, best 3 In 5, and governed by the rules of the Ameri can Trotting association, or which we are members. Management reserves the right to declare off any races that have not ieen started by 4 p. m. on the last dnv of the meeting. .Money aiviueu ou, zd, is ana xw Per cent. Entries to close September 14. 19n7: 5 per cent to accompany entry ind 5 per cent additional from all money winners. Horses distancing the field will re ceive first money only. Heats in each day's races will be alternated. Itlght reserved to change program, or declare off any race not filling satisfactory. Entries In races so declared off may be transferred to any class to which they are eligible Kaces will be called at 2 p. m harp. The management reserves the lent to start earlier. Applications for stabling must be made to the secretary, stating the number to arrive. No stable guaranteed except to horses that are entered. Entry blanks mailed on appllea tlon. Three or more running races each d.iv.S per cent of purse taken from monev winners. In running races no entrance fee will be charged. Ha-' I tall Tournament. That the base ball tournament will be a rousing success Is a foregone conclusion. Already the best ball teams of the southwest h-ive applied to enter, being attracted by the big prizes offered and the honors at stake. Cltv Attorney M. K. Hickey has been appointed superintendent of the base ball department. As usual there will be a big Mon te.uma ball during f;i i r week and J H. o'ltielly. who had charge of this feature last year, will likewise have charge of the arrangements this year, The mining features and exnitms will bo under the direction of J. 1 Mclaughlin, whose authority on mln ing subjects qualifies him f.r the re sponsible position. Manager Hubbs yesterday received i communication from Major 11. H. Hemlersliot, who with his son. com pose a fife and drum team inai nas gained a national reputation In its particular Held. Tney render pa triotic music and present some novel features in fife and drum play ing. This team will most probably be here as one of the show attrac tions. A dozen other show features have entered into negotiations In re gard to coming here at their own ex pense and from the present Indica tions the theatrical features oi me fair will be lively and varied. HOTTX ARRIVALS. Alvarudo. W. C. Wood, Meridian, Conn.; E. C. !wenhart, Denver; F. H. Rede- will. Ft. Havard; Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martin, Purcell, I. T.; T. W. Mitchell. Omaha; B. V. Phelps. Topeka; F. T. Woodard. Trinidad; Robert J. Stem, San Francisco; -Mr. aim .irs. n. w. Mann, New- York City; J. Johnson, Chicago; W. C. Wheeler, Wichita; L. l!. Venard, Denver. Klurficw. A. S. Smith, Denver; J. A. Lamb, Chicago; David Farr, Mag-dalena; A. M. Vaughn. Richmond, Va.; Jonn Rattan, Dallas; K. C. Schm.lt t, St. Joseph, Mo.; A. J. Rickerts, Cincin nati; D. P. Stokes, Denver; en juu ler, Denver. CraJgc. K. H. O'Brien. St. Liouls: F. Hart sheim. Kansas City; Mrs. W. L. Law. I .a Joya, N. M ; R. H. Dessel, tl l'aso. Savoy C. Thomas. Detroit; C. C. Whelan, Topeka; J N. Cassity, Topeka; J. Brown, Colorado Springs; C. L.. Brown, Helen. Grand Central. 11. A. Graves, Dos Angeles; M. F. Glenn. Los Angeles: N. H. Cramer, I-is Vegas: V. P. Wells, Ias Vegas; L. Maxwell. Las Vega-s; W. E. King, F.l Reno, okla.; J. D. Glannlgan, Las Vegas. New Metropolitan. Mr. ami Mrs. K. A. Brooks. Boono, Iowa; Miss Mary Hayes, E'.khatt, Indiana. The Mcintosh Browns anil tlx Cimarron Swastikas at Traction Park saiurduv at 3:110 o'clock ami Sunday at : o'clock. o Hear the Imperial Quartet at skat ing rink Thursday nignt. Admission including skates. 25c. Ladies, free. Card signs, "Rooms Tor Rent." 'Board." etc.. for sale at the office of I The Evening Citizen. WAGON WHEEL PASSES OVER OLD MAN'S HEAD lis Jaw Broken and One Ear Torn Off by the Accident. While driving down a rough Incline In TIJeras canyon at 6 o'clock yes terday morning. Manuel Carcia, a well known resident of Albuquerque, whose home is at 909 Mountain road, bevame dir.zy and fell from his wag on and was run over by the heavy wheel, which broke his Jaw and al most severed an ear from his head. Garcia was brought as quickly as possible to this city and placed in tit. Joseph's hospital, where he was successfully operated upon by Dr. V. U. Hope. The patient is resting easy today and his condition Is gradually improving. On account or his ad vanced age It was at first thought that he might not rally from the shock of his injuries, but his condi tion today Indicates that he will re cover. Jose Grlego. a nephew of the in jured man, who was walking a short distance behind the wagon In which his untie was riding, saw the acci dent and rushed to the rescue. He dragged the old man from under the wheels to a place of safety. Luckily the horses made no attempt to run away or Garcia might have become tangled up in the wheels and bn subjected to a violent death. After (the accident the team stopped of Its own accord. Garcia has 'been subject of late to spells of dizziness such as the one which took possession ot him when he fell from the wagon. The road In the canyon where the accident oc- cured is extremely rougii and It was due to his head coming Into contact with a Jagged rock thai his ear was torn off. on account of its fright fully lacerated condition the remains of the ear had to be amputated. Garcia was unconscious for some time after his fall. He has many friends in the vicinity of the canyon and they lost no tiniu li. making the old man as comfortable as possible. He was put into a spring wagon and brought to this city, hij nvrhtfw, Jose Grlego, being one of three who ac companied lilni. Mr. Garcia has many friends and relatives in this city and Is a well knouii citizen of Albuquerque. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Market letters received by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers, room 37 Barnett building, Albuquerque, N. M., over their own private wires. Summary of Conditions. New York, August 1. Americans in London steady, to above parity. Rank of England rate remains at 4 per cent. London market generally heavy v Consols losing all the recovery of Wednesday. H. H. Rogers will be at his office today. Harrlman dividend meetings to day. Erie dividends not expected until latter part of the month. Canadian Northern earnings for June net increase of $119, unit and for twelve months, Increased $1160,3(10 Pennsylvania earnings for June net all lines increased $634,400 and for six months Increased $1,217,600 Pennsylvania earning 12 per cent on its stock in spite of its higher op crating expenses. First hearing of public service trac tion inouiry today Canadian Pacific statement for twelve months indicates fourteen per cent earned on common Fair demand for stocks In loan crowd with Erie notlcvably scarce. Price of copper is slowly receding. London stock exchange closes Sat urday and Monday - Strength of money market feature In Important- cent! all . uvur the world. $11,779,100 short fours still out standing. Twelve Industrials declined .99 per cent. Twenty active railroads declined 1.1 J per cent. New York Stock American Sugar 120 Amalgamated Copper MS American Smelters 1 1 1 American Car Foundry 4 2s Atchison com 91 Ti Anaconda f3 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 56 ' Baltimore and Ohit 97 ha Canadian Pacific Colorado Fuel Chicago Great Western . Erie com Iouisville and Nashville . Missouri Pacific Mexican Central National Lead New- York Central .1754 . . 30 , . 11 ,. 23kt , . 1 1 1 . . 73 . . 20 V . .111 Norfolk Ontario and Western 36 Pennsylvania 122 Reading com 101 Rock Island com 21V Southern Pacific fc9 St. Paul 131 V6 Southern Railway 19 I'nion Pacific 142Va 1T. H. S 35Vs 1. S. S. pfd 100 V Greene Cananea in Shannon 1 fi Calumet ami Arizona 161 old Dominion 41 Copper Range 76 Vi North Butte il Cliloasro I.l.otcM-k. Chicago, August 1. Cattle receipts 4.0O0. Market steady. Reeves $4.401 7.50; cow s $ 1.40 fi .1.20 ; heifers $2.40 til 5.40; calves f r.5U4i 7.0o; good to prime steers $5.80 fj ".5(1; poor to medium $4.fn ft 5.75; stockers und feeders $2.60 ft 4.90. Sheep receipts 12.000. Market steady. Western $3.50 Ii 5.6.' : year lings $B.imi. 6.60; lambs $ 5.50 Ij 7.30; weMern $5.50 H 7.65. Kansas City Market. Kansas Ciiy. Auajust 1. ':ittle re cipis 5.1010. Market steady. South ern steers 3.40 f$ 4.io ; southern cows 12. a'cii 3.4H; stockers and feeders t'i.'xiU h.2l: bulls $2.fi"'(i 4. '01; cal ves $3.75 'it 6.110; western steers $4.00 C(l 5. 81); western cows $2.75 '(t 7.40. Sheep receipts 'lion. Market steady. Muttons $5.1!5ii 7. On; lamM td.o'n 7.4o; ranee wethers $ 5. 75 'n 6 .25 ; fed ewes $4.50f 5.50. St. I,oiiU Wool Market. St. I,ouis, August 1. Wool steady: unchanged. CURRY INAUGURATION THURSDAY, AUG. EIGHT New Governor Will Have Full Sway and Is Now En Route to New Mexico. Washington, D. C. August 1. (Special.) George Curry, new gover nor of New Mexico, will leave Wash ington for New Mexico tonight. He will proceed to Koawell and on next Wednesday will arrive in Santa Fe. It Is understood that arrangements for his Inauguration have been made for August , or one week from to day. The Interview between Governor Curry and President Roosevelt was entirely satisfactory to Inith. The new governor comes to New- Mexico with full authority to act as to him seems best. Moreover, It Is stated here, he will have direct and personal charge of the Investigations now In progress In New Mexico and will take such ac tion as he may deem for the best interests of the people of the terri tory. Governor Curry spent some time today at the department of the inter ior. SMALL BLAZE AT The fire department at the shop was called out at 12:20 today, on account of a slight blaze in the round house. Some workmen were heating the tire ot an engine with a gasoline ap paratus used for that 'purpose, when a bundle of waste caught lire, and owing to a draft from the window. the blaze spread to a post, the soot rrylng the tire to the ceiling. The company t:m cepartinent un der the aide direction of Foreman McCallum, turned a stream on the roof, quickly extinguishing the blaze. Aside from severaJ charred rafters no damage was done, and the los will not exceed $25. The city fire alarm was sounded with unusual vigor on the part ot the engineer at the waterworks ai caused considerable excitement tot time. "SHE USED AN AX" SAYS COMPLAINANT Upon the complaint of Mis Kduviga Sandoval, of Second street, Maria Martinez was arraigned this afternoon before Justice of the Peace George Craig on a charge of usins abusive language and attempting Ij ussault the plaintiff with an ax. The defendant made a sweeiping denial of the whole affair In the face of the detailed testimony of the complain ing witness and her daughter. Mie even denied being aciuai:it-'il ,v:t:i Mrs. Sandoval, w ho is a next do neighbor, except to the extent of pa.sslng the time of day. The reason for the allaged assault was not made clear by the evidence. The defend ant was put under a $100 bond. MORERLEY CHARGED WITH FORGING PASS AV. A. ploye of Moberly. formerly an em the Santa Fe. was arrested yesterday by Special officer Hen Wil liams of the Santa Fe, on the charge of forgin? a railroad pass. Moberly had a pass lrom Kansas Cltv to San Marclal, X. M.. :;nd he added llio words, "and two" to his name on the pass and so attempted to gain free transportation for two compan ions. Moberly waived examination in Justice of peace court this morn ing and was bound over to the grand Jury under a $l'5o bond. PLAINTIFF SAYS TOWN RUINED HIS HOUSE A McKlnley county suit entitled James A. Wells vs. the town of Gal lup, was tiled In the district court today. The plaintiff alleges that the town cut a ditch in the vicinity of certain ot his property and that the water was wrongfully permitted to overflow his property, doing damage to foundations of a house, to out buildings, etc., to the extent of mak ing the place uninhabitable. The plaintiff therefore asks Judgment for $1,000 against the town together with Interest and costs of the suit. K. W. Hobson is the attorney for the plain tiff. JAPANESE SURROUND KOREAN BARRACK Seoul, Korea, August 1. At 10 o'clock last night the Japanese troops surrounded the K"r-an baracks afw-r an Imperial proclamation had been issued disbanding the Korean army composed of several thousand men. The outlets from the Korean army barracks are guarded by machine guns. The empi-ior's body guard will not be disbanded. I :nilors-il liy iliu County. "The most popular remedy in Otsr Ko county, ami the lust friend of my family," writes Win. M. Uletz. editor and publisher of the Hscko Journal, 'Iliu rtsvllle. N. Y.. "in Iir. King's New Idscovcry. It lias proved to be an infallible cute for coughs and (olds, making t-hori woik of the worst of them. W'e always keep a bottle in the house. I believe it to be the most valuable preseription known for lung and throat diseases." Guaranteed to never disappoint the taker, by all druggists. I'rice 5uc and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Uur ItOl 4.it iiT orn oon's have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. W. o. PATTERSON li-srtsry find Uoarcliny ttil iIl-h 3I1.3I3 Wct-t Kilter Avenue. Teleplione ALUlortJtQlE, VEW MEXICO. WILL ALBUQUERQUE BID Commercial Club Will Decide on Matter at Tonloht's Meeting. An Important and Interesting meeting will be held at the Commer cial club tonight for the purpose of considering further the matter of se curing the meeting of the national Ir rigation congress for Albuquerque in 190S. All Interested in the develop ment of the Rio Grande valley and the general progress of this section of the country are urged to be pres ent. At the meeting for the same pur pose Monday night, Col. R. E. Twlt chell, of the legal department of the Santa Fe railroad, and a member of the national Irrigation congress for eight years, addressed the flub In an eloquent manner and stirred up a great deal of dormant enthusiasm for the Industrial possibilities ot tins section. Col. Twite-hell will speak again tonight and present further facts about this region and explain more in detail what such a congress would mean In the development of the territory. Others also will speak and present new Ideas on the sub- 'ect. The meeting Is of a public or der, all farmers, merchant and oth ers interested m seeing llie city ami territory develope along modern lines are urged to attend to partici pate In a general discussion of the subject and hear some able speeches. The meeting Is at H o'clock tonight at the Commercial club. LITTLETON iWTLL BE THAW'S ATTORNEY New York, August 1. Martin W. Littleton, of Brooklyn, has been, se lected by Harry K. Thaw to conduct Thaw's next trial on the charge of killing Stanford White. Polishes and dressings for black, tan. brown, white, pinK, blue and gray shoes at C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. Eastman Kodaks Supplies Finishing for Amateurs. 1 loan Kodaks free. HAW LEY On the Corner The Leading Stationer. Consult a Reliable Dentist l ull Set of Teeth Gold lilllng $1.50 Gold Crow. is $8 up ,.$e .50c Painless Extracting. ALL WO UK AMSOMTTFLY GCAU ANTKED. 1KS. COPl and PETTIT. KOOM 12. X. T. Alt.MIJO It LOG. TTXIXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXXIIXXT U nil r-arjia n I Beauty Parlors 3 120 South Fourth St. 3 Hair Dressing Fcial Massafe 3 Shampooing Electroloslf Scalp Treatment Manicuring M Children's Hair Culling S We manufacture all kinds W of Lndies' Hair Goods. Com H plete line of Switches, Pompa H dour?, Puffs, Wigs, etc. JJ We carry a complete line y of Alleen Rerg's Celebrated X Creams and Tonics, which are a especially prepared for this climate. Your patronage Is re spectfully solicited. M h Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter, g Proprietors XXXXXl Your Credit is Good with E. M AH ARAM Clothe your family on $1.00 per week 0 10 Wt Cmntrml Wm. Wallace McClellan Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12 ALBUQUKRQUK, M. M. Notary Public Collections made at Korber Building 124 N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a. m. and 2 to 4 p. m. Residence 723 N. Fourth St. The Albuquerque Hatters Hats Cleaned and Blocked In any Stylo Panamas a Spe cialty ClotiUng steam Cleaned and Pressed. Ex pre Orders Attended to Promptly. Corner 3rd St. & Cold Ave. Phone S80. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices 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. - - k Under Savoy Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG Proprietor tXOOX3O0X3OX3X)OO Convenience - Comfort - Security The telephone makes the duties) lighter, the caret less and the worries fewer. TOU NELB A TEIiEPnOVE IX TOUR IIOMB THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. FLY" SCREENS Door screens as strong; as an ordinary door at prices that defy eastern-made screen doors in both strength and price. Window screens that are as strong as a door at 7 cents per foot at ths SUPERIOR PIuAISTING mij7 SEE OUR NEW BRICK BUILDING !WDOfKftXX0OCOOttO HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Works Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for and Delivered. Out-of-town Orders Given Prompt Attention LET US CALL FOR YOUR CLOTHES MRS. ROSE 109-1 1 1 w. California Excursions Every Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday during June, July, August and September :: Return Limit Nov. 30 Extremely Low Rates Los Angeles and Return $35 San Diego, Coronado and Will Return $35 San Francisco and Return $45 Get Full Particulars T. E. PURDY, Agsnt Safety of the Checking Account When you pay your bills by check, you carry no money on your person, it is net necessary. Your money is safe in the Hank. You can write out a check for the amount you wish to pay you check against your money in the Hank. Your check book is of no value to anyone The checks you issue are good only to the party to whom they are made. We offer exceptiona' facilities for both large and small accounts. We solicit your account. THE BANK OF COMMERCE Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 Citizen Want B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j j The telephone pr roar health, prolong your Ufa and protects your home. HENRY, Albuquerque, N. Mex. 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