!A.LBUQtJERQUE . EVENING CITIZEN.
v;tNf;sr.Y. AIGVST it, IftoT.
A. J. MALOY
214 Central Avenue
The place to get any
thing in the line of the
P famous brand
B A full line always in
Our Prices ARE right J
You know the goods ji
' Tuesday. Thursdays. Saturdays
mid Sundays 10 to 12 a. in., 2 U
5 p. m., 7::S0 to 10:30 p. in.
Friday Nights Reserved for Irl
vatc Skutlnir Parties.
Admission, Including Skates, 25o
hriduk iirnxs NEAR
Engle. N. M., August 14. (Spec
ial.) Several cars and a culvert ten
feet In length at Crocker station, ten
miles north of here, were destroyed
by fire last night- The origin of the
fire Is unknown. Train No. 10 was
detained for several hours which it
required to repair the bridge.
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Sky
Tanks, H o t
305 West Gold
Call up 597
When in need of anything in the
French Bakery Co, 202 E.R.fi.Ave.
Cor. Stcond St. and Ltsd Awt,
MOVING PICTURES and ILLUS
uf Getting to Work,
A Child' Hate.
CarnHul at Nice.
Where the .Mo!mk Flown.
Where. Uio Southern Hose Grow.
. Coo! und Comfortable. Plenty of Scats-
45 Minutes of Amusement.
3 Pleased People X
5 Every Day o,t 8
8 Columbus 8
1 1 Hotel 1 g
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Alleged Slayer of San Rafael
Boy Is Remorseful-They
Oetaviano Telle, the man brouglit
here yesterday from San Hafuel, Va
lencia county. by Mounted Policeman
Murray, and lodged in trie Uernallllo
county .jail, charged with the murder
of a young man by the name of
Marcos at San Rafael on Xew Year's
morning. 180, was seen at the coun
ty Jail this morning, and does not
deny th4 he shot Marcos. To a re
porter of The Citizen, Telles told a
very straight forward story about the
whole affair, recounting the killing,
his arrest, his escape from the Jail
at Los L,unas and his tliKht to Mex
ico, and the life that he has led 1
since the killing.
Telle and Maroon Cousins.
The killing took place Just outside
of the Caithollc church at San Jta
fael, and according (o Telles, it was
the result of a trivial quarrel and
the Imbibing of too much wine by
both he and Marcos.
"Marcos was a cousin of mine, '
said 'Telles this morning, '"and we
were the best of friends; we used u
sleep together at my house. I have
felt very remorseful since the killing.
I dldn t want to run away, but my
friends stole me away and put me on
a train and told me to go. That waa
shortly after the killing. I had been
staying at the sheriff's house at Los
Lunas, and mid no trouble to get
Too Much Wine.
The killing, according to Telles,
was done in a moment of drunken
provocation. There had been a watch
party at ' the church and an inter
talnment. The festivities lasted lato
into the morning. It was 3 o'clock
in the morning when Marcos camr
out of the church, with a gun in iiLi
hand. It was then that Telles shot
After leaving Los Lunas, Telle
went to Kl Paso, lie spent fourteen
years in Mexico and then came home.
After a short visit at San Kafucl, he
came to Albuquerque and worked in
the local Santa Ke shops making gas
kets. He spent May. June. July and
August of 1904 In this city. Aft?r
making a little stake he went to Tru-
jillo Lake, M., and opened a trad
ing store and traded with the Navajo
Indians. After tiring of the trading
store, he wont to San Francisco and
work for the firm of liibo and Nc.C
man. He was in San Francisco dur
ing the earthquake ajid barely es
caped from the catastrophe with his
life with thousands of other unfor
tunate human beings.
Ixist lluby Girl.
Telles then came back to the land
of the cacti and chile, and accepted
a position on the section with the
Santa Fe at Berry, Ariz.
Telles was married in San Itafatl
three years ago to one of the young
ladies of the village In which he was
born. Eight months ago a baby girl
was born to the union. Two week's
ago God saw tit to remove the Utile
child from its parents.
Telles was 17 years of age when
he shot his cousin, and is now at thvs
half way point of three score ana
ten. He has a good address, ai.d
speaks English as fluently as a pro
fessor of the language. He is of line
physique, and when seen at the Jail
this morning was. well and neatly
After telling the reporter about the
killing, the escape and his travels,
Telles hesitated for a moment as If
contemplating saying more. !' was
several seconds, tt si-omed, b-f ru lie
could make up his mind. Finally he
said: "I did not want t3 run away;
I knew I was doi.is vron. and I
told my friends that I would rather
stay and stand trial. This thing has
been bothering me for years. Jt
worried me always. I thought u
month ago that 1 would lll the
officers of the luw about it and get
it off my mind, but our child became
sick. They arrested me Sunday
YOUNG MAN KILLED
BY LIGHTNING STROKE
Clayton, N. M , August 14. Eu
gene Mackay, who lives near Cur
rumpa, twenty miles Kurthwest of
Clayton, wag killed by lightning in a
peculiar way. With a companion,
A Howard, he had ridden into a
pasture to secure some horses, and
had dismounted In order to close the
pasture gate, when the bolt of light
ning struck him. It came from an
almost cloudless sky and Mackay's
body was badly burned .by the con
cussion, but his horse was unhurt.
Ab Howard was only a few feet
away and was stunned for some min
utes. When he recovered, he sum
moned help and had Mackay's body
taken to his home.
NEAItLY IIEI OS
TOP OF PIKE'S PEAK.
Colorado Sprngs, Colo., August 14.
-Twenty-four women and twelve
men, all eastern tourists stopping at
Manltou, came near dying In a bllK-
zard on the summit of Pike's Peak
last night from cold and exhaustion.
As a rewMlt of their terrible exper
iences, a dozen or more of the women
are today confiied to their beds in
Manltou hotels and in this city.
THE GOLDEN RULE
500 Pieces of New Outing
Pretty Patterns, Best
sale Friday, August 16th, at 2:30 p.m.
at the Low Price of
CENTS 9 YARD
Friends of San Juan County
Man Fear He Has Met
With Foul Play.
Considerable anxiety is being felt,
both here and in San Juan county
over the whereabouts and welfare
of John Hurt, a teamster 60 years of
age. Hurt mysteriously disappeared
from this city on June 25th and no
trace has been had of him sin;e,
though a vigorous search has been
made far and wide.
Burt came to Albuquerque on tho
above day with a load of sheep and
goat pelts for Kit-hard Wetherill, a
prominent stock man of Pueblo lion
lto. He was accompanied on the
Journey from Pueblo Ponlto by a
man by the name of Henry Peck and
together they were In charge of sev
eral loads of wool as well as the one
load of pelts.. The wool was placed
in storage here, while the pelts v ere
sold to the firm of E. O. Garcia &
Co., the company paying Burt $23.23
for , the same. According to Mr
Welherill, ivho has moved to Albu
querque since Kurt's disappearance,
Hurt was instructed to sell the hlJot
and bring the money to him at Pueb
It is said that Immediately aftef
getting the money for the hide
Hurt began drinking and as far as
can be learned, was drunk when last
seen. During this spree Hurt was
seen around various resorts of the
city, and is known to have spent
some money, how much, . however,
could not be learned.
Now one supposition is that Burt's
friends have Is that he spent all the
money paid him for the hides while
drunk, and when he sobered up and
realized what he had done, became
very much conscience stricken and in
his shame left the country. A re
port to support this supposition is
that Burt told one person that he
was going to Mexico and another
that he was going to Magdalena, and
It is also reported that he was een
the latter rHit OC June,' with A sack
of clothinK on his t buck. ws'klng
south on -the Santa F tracks ir.. the
Aruuiiient Ajrninst Runaway Theory
- Rut an argument w hich may be
made against this theory is that even
if Hurt did squander $28 belonging
to Mr. Wetherill. that was not suin
cient reason for t 'm to leave the
country, as he had and still has a
team of mules at Pueblo Honlto and
other property many times the val-.i
, Knowing this, Burt's most intlma'e
friends fear that he has been the vie
tini of foul play or else a malady of
the brain. In the case of foul play
they fear that he Is dead. In the
case of the malady of the brain they
fear that he has suddenly beconv
Insane and has wandered away, and
become lost and possibly may have
perished in the desert.
Richard Wetherill, Burt's late em
ployer, has Interested himself in the
case to the extent of maklne in
qulries In every direction for the old
man, but every effort so far to dis
cover what became of him, has prov
ed of no avail.
Hurt Had flood Record.
When seen this morning, Mr.
Wetherill said: "Burt has been in
my employ for the last six months
and he has worked for George Urett
of Flora Vista for twelve yars. He
Is an honest old man and I never
heard of his going on a drunk or
taking money that did not belong to
him before. He proihnbly intended
to take only a few drinks here, but
got drunk before he knew it and so
squandered his money. In view of
his good reputation he may have
been ashamed to go back home, es
pecially when he had used the money
belonging to me. I am sure he never
Intended to steal and his team of
mules which Is nsw t my place, is
more Xhau. enaugh .security for what
money he used. We have made in
qulries everywhere, but as yet oannot
locate him. On account of his age
he may have -stiffeY-ed sftfne aecldeat
In some out of the way place and bo
be unable to return.
SAYS CIGAR TRUST
ASSUMED HIS NAME
Chicago. 111., August 14. The figM
, against the "tobacco truwt" centered
' in Chicago when L. 1). Powers. as
president of the National cigar store,
filed a bill for an injunction In the
circuit court, restradning the National
Cigar Stands company from prouecu
cuting its business further under tluut
Tboioae T. Ryan, of New Tork,
and James B. Duke, of Jersey City,
are named in the bill as organizers
I ef the alleged trust, w hich, Powers
, savs. is composed of a number of
l ..-1,1, ,r.,V,l,.l r.L t,l (fill.
zntion of $500,000,000.
Powers says that he holds the ex
clusive control of a certain brand of
enods which the managers of the
I "(rust" have unsuccessfully tried a
i number of times to acquire.
' In July, 105. the complainant de
cluree the promoters of the combine
organized the National Cigar Stands
company in New Jersey with $500,
000 capital, and charges that the
eimlHarity of names has canned him
a great lass of trade and many other
12 l-2c quality, to be on J
CITY SCHOOLS WILL
Superintendent Sterling Says
Teachers Are Best Ever
Employed In Albuquerque.
The Albuquerque public schools
will open Tuesday, September 3.
Thl heated season will doubtless be
passed by that time o that pupils
can take up their studies with ?.est.
The prospects for an unprece
dented enrollment in all departments
are assuring and Indicate clearly
that our city schools by their past
record for progrewriveness, and sound
and thorough me-thodis of Instruction,
have won the confidence of our peo
ple. The outlook for the high school Is
especially flattering and the board of
education wMt.h their usual sagacity
nave engnged the strongest corps of
teachers that this department has
ever enjoyed. Each department in
the high flchool Is headed by a strong
teacher, and no effort will be spared
to make the Albuquerque high school
one of which our cltlzenis may Justly
be proud, some of the progressive
members of the board are enthusias
tic over practical education and re
gard the moderate Introduction of
manual training into our schools with
The fact Is too well known to need
mention here that no factor which
makes for the permanent growth
and development of an American
city is so Important as a good system
of public schools and n may be safe
ly said that nothing attracts popula
tion of a desirable kind so surely and
so rapidly toward a city as its repu
tation for a high class school system.
The Albuquerque Board of Educa
tion has kept this fundamental fact
steadily In mind as the present en
viable reputation of our schools testi
Superintendent Sterling Is now In
the eity and enn be seen at his office
for consultation at any time In the
forenoon. He resides at 315 West
Iead avenue, about a half block
from his office, but may usually be
found in the office. He will be glad
to meet parents and patrons at any
HERE AUGUST 25
Geronlmos Will Import Pitcher From
Esianeia for the Game.
Though the Browns will be at
Trinidad a week from Sunday there
will bo an exciting ball game at
Traction park nevertheless. Manager
Ryan, of the Geronlmos. has received
word that the Socorro team will be
here on that date to do battle with
tho wearers of the green. The So
corro team has been considerably
strengthened and Is now practically
In the condition which it will be at
tho time of the Sooorro county fan
when the Geronlmos-Avill play a re
turn game at Socorro. The game a
week from Sunday Is the second of
a series of games between the two
teams and In view of the excellent
work of Pitcher Hagerman of the
Socorros, who has been In the habit,
of late, of striking out from fifter-n
to twenty men at every game played,
the Geronlmos will Import a battery
for the ATbuquerque 1 game. A for
mer pitcher for Cornell coiloge, who
Is now In Estancla, has promised to
toss the ball for the Geronlmos.
Subscrilte for Th Evening Citizen.
Win. Wallace McClellan
Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12
ALBUQUCRQUK. N. M.
Collections made at Korber Building 124
N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a. m.
and 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence 723 M. Fourth St.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Bet of Teeth
Gold Filling $1.50 up
Gold Crow Js SO
Painless Extracting . . . 50c
ALL WOIUl A RSOLITKLY GUAR.
Pits. COPP and PETTIT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARM1JO ULDG.
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd St ft
Real Estate and Loans
Travelers' Insurance Co.,
i . I tlcif. Corn
Life and Accident,
The Strongest Company
Writing .cc'dent Insur
ance in tlie World.
GOOD 10 NEWCOMER
Itcsluns Position an lookkcctcr nt
Penitentiary to Accept Vnlted
States Marshal Depot j ship.
C. Edward Newcomer Is coming
back to Albuquerque to live.
Tho word came over the wire last
night. Mr. Newcomer has resigned
his position as bookkeeper Bt the
territorial penitentiary at Santa Fe
and will again assume the duties as
deputy United States marshal under
t'nitcd States Marshal M. Fora-
ker, which he resigned about a year
ago to accept the Santa Fe position.
The kite change, however, is no
surprise to Mr. Newcomer's many
friends here. He was disappointed
with Ms appointment at Santa Fe
shortly after ihe went there and has
ever since been angry with himself
for going. Several times he tried to
resign during the Trelford mlsadi
mlnstratlon at the penitentiary, but
was each time prevailed to remain.
His friends say that he was prevailed
upon to remadn with promiaes that
were never fulfilled.
When Superintendent Llttrell took
charge of the penitentiary, Mr. New
comer again attempted to resign,
giving the reason that he wanted to
come back to Albuquerque. Superin
tendent Llttrell prevailed upon him
to remain until a successor to Gov
ernor Hagerman was appointed, to
which Mr. Newcomer agreed. Mr.
Newcomer will be welcomed back to
Albuquerque by a host of friends.
FOR ARMORY SUE
.Major Iluppe Says. "Why Not Vsc
Smelter Site Fund."
The matter of purchasing a site
for the new armory Is still lagging
although the special committee jf
the Commercial club appointed re
cently to decide on a slta has re
ported favorably on the three lots -n
Silver avenue directly back of the
Elks' opera house. The club accept
ed this site and has an option on
the property, but this is as far as the
matter has gone.
"Something definite should be doie
at once," said Major B. Kuppe this
morning. This thing has dragged
a.lotig for mouths and while the bus!
ness men of the city favor acquiring
the site and have virtually agreed
upon the site proposed, the cash has
not been put up as yet. I have
npoken to a number of local people
lately and they agree with me that
it would be a good idea to use tin'
$2,250 necessary td purchase the
Silver avenue property, out of the
smeltpr site fund. If a meeting of
the Commercial club were called (3
ascertain the ie"-s of the citizens
in this regarl T think it would be
unanimously agreed upon to ue
some ofjthls money than start out a
new subscription list. In any event
tne sue snould oe secured at once.
i MANY JAPAN l-TKK ARE
I Kll,I.i;i BY STORMS,
I Victoria, It. C, August 13. Heavy
loss or lire is reported from Centra
Japan because of floods, according
to advices received by the steamer
Saddle horses a specialty. Best
drivers In the city. Proprietors of
"Sadie," the picnic wagon.
Phone 69". 112 John Street
Supplies Finishing for Amateurs. 1
loan Kodaks free.
On the Comer
The Leading Stationer.
riRST CLASS SHOEMAKER
A NO REPAIRER
ant MM FRONT, toe North rtrmt
v r-mw imimrw
120 South Fourth St.
Hair Dresslnr Fclal Maiure
Shampooing Electro kxis
Scilp Treatment Manicuring
Children' Hair Cutting
We manufacture all kinds
of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches, Pompa
dours, Puffs, Wigs, etc.
We carry a complete line
of Alleen Berg's Celebrated
Creams and Tonics, which are
especially prepared for this
climate. Your patronage Is re
Your Credit is Good
E. M AH ARAM
Clothe your family on $1.00
ate Womt Control
I Guarantee every pair
of GLASSES I Fit to be
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
At YANOWS, 1 14 W. Central
h Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter, :
9 Proprietors 3
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. - - J
Under Savoy Hotel
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor
Door screens as strong as an ordinary door at prices that defy
eastern-mads screen doors In both strength and price. Window
screens that are as strong as a door at 7 cents per foot at the
SUPERIOR PLANING MILl7
REE OUR NEW BRICK BUILDING
Cleaning and Pressing Works
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned, .
Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for
and Delivered. Out-of-town Orders Given
Prompt ttention .X.
LET US CALL FOR YOUR CLOTHES
109-1 1 1 w.
THE VALLEY RANCH
If you want to get to a cool place in a hurry, wire ns at Glor
letn, N. M., telling ns what train you will take and come on up.
Our wagon will meet you.
The round trip fare to Glorlctn Is $3.00; the stage fore to (lie
ranch Is $1 and the rate nt the ranch Is $8 per week.
Yo will try to see that you have a good time. The. flslitng Is
THE VALLEY RANCH Pecos, New Mexico
COLLEGE, ENGINEERING, NORMAL, PRE- f
PARATORY AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
No Tuition for New Mexico Students. Board and
Room on the College Campus. Term Begins Mon
day, August 19, 1907.
W. G. TIGHT, President
yHfe- J Carriage
lfcatA Days ;
Do you Intend buying .enlcle t enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pass us by. We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have many good styles within the range of modest Incomes.
Top Eiuggles, Kunabouta. Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of
all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and se
Albuquerque Carriage Co.
Corner First and Tljeras Road.
W. u. PATTERSON
Llvery out 1 HtJttrcUnt; BtubleH
311-313 Wel iiilver Avenue. TeleDhn R?
ALJityi tRQli:, NEW MEXICO.
HENRY, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
Silver, Rear Savoy Hotel. Tel.. 489
Whose Fault Is It?
The plan of your new house may
be correct, but unless you have good
building material you're going to be
disappointed "That'a What!" "It'a
up to you" to Insist that every stick
of lumber that goes Into your house
comes from this house then you'll
get the right thing at the right price
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
Corner Third and Marquette
10 AtlmiwHion lCJcj
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