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aXBUQXJZRQUE EVENING CITIZKK. PAGE FIVE. r nxrrxxx xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxra 8 A. J. MALOY 214 Central Avenue B The place to get any C thing in the line of the R famous brand CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS P and VEGETABLES H A ftill line always in stock ' Our Prices ARE right You know the goods XXXXZXXXXXXX3 Oome CooKing Strictly at J3hQ Columbus Motel 1XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJOO French Bakery Bread and Cakes ARE GETTING FAMOUS That's the Kind Your Mother Was Trying to Make Edwards & Nickel 202 East Central MISTOOK SOMEBODY ELSE'S TROUSERS FOR HISJWN Now WeeKs Is Doing Ten Days In City Bastlle For Larceny. . A young man named C. M. Weeks was arrested this morning on the charge of petty larceny. He was ar raigned before Justice of the Peace George Craig at 10 o'clock this morn ing and upon nis pleading guilty, was sentenced to ten days in Jail. Last night, Weeks, who is a strang er In the city, applied at the Trimble livery stable for a place to sleep. He was allowed to He In the hay and this morning when he left he took away with him a pair of pants belonging to one of the employes of the stable, and left behind his own pair of tat tered troupers. Weeks said he saw the garment hanging on a hook and as his own pants were about all in he appropriated the others. The trous ers stolen had also seen better days. TUCSON TOURNAMENT 1PR0MISESJBE HOT ONE Nine ball players left Wichita last night, who will represent Phoenix In the Tucson tournament, and will ar rive in Tucson or Phoenix .Saturday morning, toys the Tucson Star. One is Isbell, of the Chicago Americans. Phoenix aUto has Hurry Harner and Fred Kaymer, of Johnstown, Pa. Dave CioMberg, manager of the Phoenix Urowns, left for Tucson last night and will probably meet the Wichita boys here Saturday. Phoe nix reported last night that she is certain to win tlrst prize In the tour jiament. If you want anything on earth, you can get It through the want columns of The Evening; Citizen. We get re sult. NOTICE. " THE AI.1U Ol'EKQl'E - es- TANCIA AITO CO. HAS MA1E HKADgUAKTHHS WITH THE fcPKINtiEH transfer, co. at 10 gold avk., who will skll tic- kiwi's, receive and han- ki.k express and icr- n1sii an v information' desired rei.ativk to hatem. scjieim le, etc. ) HO LI DA Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows Keeping stop with the miwt progressive Hmg llonw of the Country, o lire carrying a complete line of pmhIm suitable for Holiday. Wedding, and Annlversnry Cilfts. Itrllllnnt Cut filn.w, Ihilnty Kami Painted China. Illeh leather .xK Itnlnty Per fumes In Cut ilass Itottles, Toilet Kts, Shaving Sets, Toilet Waters, llrushcs. Mirrors nnrl Toilet Articles hi finale pieces or sots. Handl ing these goods In large quantities wo are able to meet any cont-IK-tltion. X. II. Our Prescription and lmg lepartmcnts always In charge of expert registered plknrnuiclst-s, i J. H. O'RIELLY CO. 1 nc ousim Lrug nouse ctciwecn icnvcr ana i-o$ Angcits POSTAL MESSENGER BOYS ARE ON ' ' STRIKE PIcKets Make Bombastic! Speehes On Street Corner To Strike-breaker. "Scab, scab; you're nothln' but nn old scab, that's what you are," The above rather startling epithet was uttered by a small boy, holding a wheel very much the worse for wear, on Central avenue yesterday af ternoon. He spoke to another boy about the ame size holding a brand new bycycle. Resides a tattered suit the boy with the old wheel wore a blue cap, the regulation A. D. T. kind, which was also very much the worse Oft for wear. Any one would have taken him for a messenger boy, but there was no nlckled plate over the bill of his cap showing which of the big telegraph companies he repre sented. ' l The other boy wore a blue cap, (Tlso, and above the bill was the nickled plate bearing the word Pos tal. His clothes were good and neat. He had the appearance of a boy just from under the hand of a careful mother. He was not used to being assailed In the manner the other boy was talking to him, but he stood his ground. It was very evident that the boy doing the talking was more ac customed to the rough ways of the world than the other. The boy with the old wheel had the appearance of one of the many street urchens who know the value of the price of a hot tamale, but would appear very uncomfortable in a new suit of clothes. His grievance, it was very apparent, was one of vital concern to him, and he con tinued to talk with growing anger. "You fellows who can eat at home can work for $15 a month but we fellers who have to pay for our own sleepen' and eaten can't; $15 won't pay the bill. We Joined the union so as to make the Western Vnlon and the Postal come through and now you scabs butt In an spoil it all. when we're just about to get a raise. I quit the Western Vnlon to go' to the Postal cause I could get $2.50 more there, and now when we are about to get $20 a lot of you cheap sissy boys step In and do the work for 1d. lou re a scav, and you 11 get what's a comin' to you if we get you In the alley. We'll spoil those pretty store clothes for you. We'll fix you so your mother won't know you. Go home and tell your mother her son Is a scab. We'll get you, an you'd better look out." With this as a parting shot the boy with the soiled blue cap got on his old bicycle and rode away. This Is a sample of several en counters some new boys working at the Postal Telegraph company have had with some striking messengers. The Postal company pays $17.60 a month, but the me-senger boys wanted $20 and because they couldn't get what they wanted walked out, fol" lowing the example set by the -union telegraphers. For several days the strike interferred materially with the messenger service of the Postal. A telephone message to the office on eiinesday niglil aKlng lor a messenger to carry some medicine, re ceived the following answer: "We can't deliver It for you; our boys are on a str4Ke. ' Some new boys were hired, but have been molested more or less by the pickets of the strikers. Some fistic encounters have resulted and some or the newly hired boys have been won over into the union. The speeches made by the bombastic orators of th,e strikers are more than tne dignity or siriKe breakers can withstand. NO. 4 WRECK WAS A BAD PILE-UP WItnesa to Wreck Says That It Is a wonder Jiiat There Ytasn t a .ret I of Life Among PuMngcr Louis de Pattl, who arrived in the city this morning from the east, on one of the trains delayed by the No. 4 wreck at Karl, Colo., saya that the wreck was one of the worst he ever saw. Two engines were piled up In the ditch and the cars were lying In me mcn beside them. The rear Pullman was the only car to remain o nthe track. That there wasn't a great loss of life among the passeng ers seems marvelous. Accprd to Mr. Pattl a broken rail was the cause of the wreck. , Mr. Pattl has returned to New Mexico to spend tho winter after a visit to home folk at Minneapolis. TESTIMONY ALL IN INPAOILLA CASE At 11 o'clock this morning In the district court Attorney Pedlllo be gan the argument before the lurv In defense of Candldo Padllla, who la being tried on the charge of cattle stealing in November, 1904. ThS trial of the case was commenced yes terday morning. The defense claims that Padllla Is placed in an entirely false position by the charge In the indictment and that while the cattle which he Is alleged to have stolen were sold In the same lot with cat tle of his own, he made no pretense of owning these and did rut receive the benefit from their sale. The bunch of cattle In question was sold to the Blanchard Meat and bupply comtmny. The Jury returned a verdict of ac quittal after only a few minutes' re tirement. .. 0OO0fX)0K300O0OO Y GOODS I ooooooooooooo E DOCTORS Will Begin Operation In San dla Mountains On Large Scale. This mornng, at a meeting of In terested parties in the office of Dr. Orunn in the N. T. Armijo building, the La luz Mining and Smelting company was organized. tile officers elected this morning are P.. Kuppe, president; Dr. T. H. Dabney, vice president; Dr. K. Osuna, treasurer, anj It. D. Peeves, secre tary. The assets of the company con sist of valuable lead mine prospects In the S.mdia mountains, near High Peak. These claims were located last summer and the assays of ore already taken out show from $30 to $50 a ton In silver and lead. The mines show indications of vast deposits of this sort of ore and the work of develop ing the property will be commenced at once. Monday morning Mr. Ruppe will visit the claims and arrange for more extensive operations. A force of men have been working on the claims all summer. The organizers of the company are principally doc tors. COLD STORAGE PLANT E (Oiiitiiiucd IYom Paso One.) age products from ml? plant. The prompt delivery which the new com pany can guarantee will be to the advantage of the dealers In the ter ritory who now buy- other supplies In this city. ' ? "I am sure that the cold storage plant will meet a long felt want and will prove advantageous to all con cerned. "A" Colli Storage ExjK-rt. John P.. Price Is a thorough bus! ness man, In the prime of life and with a long an 1 honorable career He is a man of pleaaant manners and good Ideals and he knows the cold storage business like a book Mr. Price has been In the cold stor age business for twenty-two years as the secretary, treasurer and general manager of The Cleveland Storage company of Cleveland, Ohio. This company operated the largest stor age business between New York and Chicago and was one of the most successful concerns In the country. Mr. Price is therefore a thoroughly practical and experienced man in this line and Just the sort of a clti that Albuquerque always welcomes. The Putney Cold Storage and Ice company will therefore be managed and directed by a man who of all men, is best suited to produce the very best results and to deliver at all times prime stock to the dealers of this city and of the southwest. Hobert E. Putney needs no intro duction to the public of this city. He has lived all of his life in New Mexico with the exception of a few years during childhood. He suc ceeded his father as head of L. H. Putney and company and the tiuxl ness under his management has dou bled several times. He has a busi ness reputation of the highest- not only in this city where he Is best known, but all over New Mexico and Arizona where his firm does an ever growing (business. Mr. Putney at the early age of six years accompanied -his parents to Colorado from Lawrence, Kansas. where his father's wholesale business was burned by Quantrell and his guerillas in their famous raid. The Putneyg crossed the old Santa Fe trail in a prairie schooner to build up their fortunes In the west. They finally located at Lus Vegas out later came to Albuquerque where their business, social and personal rela tions are known to their many friends and associates. No stronger combination could be at the ix-ad of a new business ven ture and their statement that tile plant will be built and operated means Just that. The article of In corporation were filed at the capital today and Mr. Putney said building operations would . be begun imme diately. AT ELKS' OPERA HOUSE The opening first part of the Prim rose Minstrel performance is said to be the handsomest scenic interior ever put on the tage, being done in green end gold. During thU part all the lutft cumlj songs. Jokes and bal lads wih be rendered by a host of comedians, singers and dancers. The second part will contain many new pleading features rendering In spiring picture of the south with new and upto date novelties Includ ing a very funny burlesque on our national game, baseball, which Is said to t.e a very ridiculous satire on the nation's leading ball teams. At rhe Elks' opera house next Friday and Saturday nights. .'. Kennedy's Laxative eough Syrup'ls a safe, sure and prompt remedy for pniivha H n it rdhla an.) I- . . ,1 ... every member of the,, family. Sold by J. H.TO'Ktoliy. , , . " ALIiUQIIERQlI ALBUQUERQU FOR New Pupils Registered-Magazines Wanted-Studles. Clubs And Sports' After the two days" vacation at the close of fair week, students in the University have resumed their studies without any apparent loss of interest, which It was expected would follow as a result of the dissipation Incident to this vacation. A number of the boys took advantage of. the occasion to earn a few dollars and every night were conspic uous as deal ers in confetti. The display made by the students in the fair parade was very creditable and the exhibit at the fair grounds proved to be one of the most attractive there. Hobert Prewitt. of Cotumbup. Mo., P.enolds Wlgley, of Toledo, Ohio, Violet fie Tullio, of Albuquerque, Hobert Sewell and Pauline Sewell, of Dayton. Ohio, have registered during the week. On Friday the first number of the New Mexico Journal of Education, to be published from Albuquerque, was mailed. Prof. Hodgln, who Is editor in chief, Is to be commended for his excellent taste in the selection and arrangement of material in the Journal. It contains thirtytwo pages of Information vaiunble alike to the teacher and tho general reading pub lic. This magazine circulates through out the territory, and is a great credit to the city of Albuquerque. The Library Is Indebted to Mr. P. N. Hanley, of Albuquerque, for a contribution of several current mag azines. The magazine table is not as well supplied as It should be and It would be greatly appreciated if other charitably minded persons would fol low the example of Mr. Hanley. The Xhlva Literary foelety will hold a meeting tonight fur the an nual election of officers. A good pro gram Including a debate on the ques tion "Kesolve, That Athletics Should be Compulsory in Universities," will also be given. The Estrella Literary club, a new ly organized club, elected officers on Thursday. Tlllle Allen was made president; Maria Kallmann, vice president, and Fleda Smith, secretary and treasurer. Membership In this club is limited to young ladies in the college department. They, will meet once a week and confine their work to the study of modern mi thors. ' ,iTBl Arrangements nave Deen made to hold the boys' declamation contest on Nov. 8th. The particulars of the contest will be announced later. K. Heald has resigned from the captaincy of the foot ball team, and Walter Allen has been elected as his successor. Practice has been held every afternoon this week and this afternoon a practice game between the first and second teams was play ed on the University grounds. Xext Saturday afternoon the Varsity team will line up against the Albuquerque Indian school team on the Indian school grounds for the first match game of the year. .. Card signs, "Ttoonu ror Rent." "Board," etc., for sale the office of The Evening Citizen. Geo, Primroses MINSTRELS Headed by Amer i ca's Greatest Singing and Dancing Comedian Geo. H. Primrose With Ills Own f;rct Coniauy of llui World s iANvllntr Mlnlxtrcl Fntorlaliicrs. SO PEOPLE SO Same threat Company and Production lrcnriite sl Weeks In Xew York. X. II. Mr. Primrose will s)stltlviv a) x ar. The World's Grandest and Best Prices 75c l. SI. Ml Scuts on wile at Mntin's Wedncv day, Oct. 23, ui U o'clock. Night and Matinee OCTOBER 25 and 26 Bear Hunters Equip themselves to get the game. Are you thoroughly equipped in the hunt for business? Loose Leaf de vices S-peclal Kuling and Blank Hooks Itubber Stamp, iHUers, etc., are MODF.IIV OFFICII APPLI WCFS that are used in liie business hunt. We Carry a Full Line H. S. LITHGOW Bookbinder Phone 924 Rubber Stamp Maker 312 W. Cold Ave. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices UNIVERSITY DOINGS THE PAST WEEK ( M k XTJXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXIXXXTTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXTX THE RELIANCE SKILLED WORKMEN WORK GUARANTEED H 502 West Central milllllirillllliriTIITIlIIIITTIIIIIIIIIITTITTTTTTtM tvvvirvttvtviif tit Bookkeeper, familiar with t most intricate systems, wants evening work. Expert. Address Hookkeeper, care Citizen. 4 Cifitc o children's winter under. WEAR AT HEDVCFR PKH F.S, TO CIAISK OCT THK STOCK. M US. M. C. WILSON. 221 WEST GOLD. Canned Fruits WayUp but not with us. We will sell you the Missouri Brand tH lb. cans of peaches, apricots. plums, cherries, blackberries, Partlett pears or grapes at 20c the can. Walter Baker's Cocoa H lb can 25c. Walter Baker's Chocolate Hlb for 20c Large cans of Colton tomatoes 2 for 26c. And hundreds of other bargains at the CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 North Second t COAL I $6.50 Per Ton of 2,000 Pounds Ready for Delivery About NOV. 1st Place Your Order at Once With . L. TRIMBLE S CO. 113 North Second FIRST COME FIRST SERVED A reduction of 25 per cent on Imlien' tailor made suits. Just receiv ed. No finer goods In town. Cash or credit. E. MAHARAM'S Ote West Central Fair Signs and Decorations Work weU done no delay At prices you can surely pay. Htate your plan and he will fit It And you'll be glad that STACY DID IT Phono 741. 825 South 2nd St. Consult a Reliable Dentist Full Set of Teeth A a Gold Filling $1.50 up V" II Gold Crowns $a mfk ft Painless Extracting.. .M)c " ALL WORK AUSOLLTKLT GUAR. AN TEED. DHS. COPP and PETTTT. MOOJI 12. N. T. ARMIJO BLDG. B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMUERCC. pSl5iace Cor. Gold Ave. & 1st St. 8 Cleanest Rooms in the City S Q Owen Dinsdall, Prop. D ELECTRIC COMPANY B FINK STOCK Telephone 131 We Have Just Received a Full Line of Carpets and Rugs Come and See Them. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ALBERT 308-310 W. Central Avenue oooooocoooooooocxxx BICYCLES "IXTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXTIXTTTTXTTTTTTXTTTTTTXIXXXXXX LGMMORI & COMPANY First Class Groceries and Meats Imported Olive Oil 323 South Second Phone 791 X X t r MTXIXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXIXIXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXIZXXXXXXXXXX1X oejOOjocmcoO0&O0 A. C. PII.ICKE and JOHN 8. MITCH EI Jj invite their friends to make New Mexico headquarters at The Hollenbeck Hotel Los Angeles, California Tour friendship acd patronage Is appreciated. Courtesy and attention to guets Is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cars better than ever. Location convenient and desirable. Depot and beach Una cars stop at the Hollenbeck door. -ooooocxxxxxxxxxxxx Insley Cycle Co. 20H 1-2 A.V cwt Gold BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING YOU CAN SAVE A checking; account will not only help you to spend your money economically, but it will also aid you to save money systematically. When you have a record of every cent you pay out (which you will have, if you pay by check) you will be more careful of your expenditures. A checking account gives you a complete record of every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and convenience for your business transactions. PAY BY CHECK. THE BANK OF COMMERCE Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK (He is Bald Behind.) The proper time to consider the seri ous consequences of long continued Eye hirulu Is NOW The highest authorities declare that 75 to UO ht cent of all liuudaelie are due to Eye Strain. It la one p' the most common symptoms b there are many others. Come In and let us explain your case. Ex amination Free. C. H. CARNES, O. D. Ill V. Central Ave. Pltone 452. COAL AMKUICAX niiOCK. CK1UULLOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace, Mixed. Nut. cm:n ;as coke. SMITHING (OAK NAT! VK KINDLIXO. lm CAM! ONLV. WOOD TELEPHONE 91. W. H. HAIIfJ & GO, FABER'S .... Staab Building New-Second Hand-Repairing. Dam aged Tires Vulcanized Good as New. F. S HOPPING 321 South Second QCXDCXXXXXXXXXXXXXOOCXXXXXXl C. F. Allen Galvanize d Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and Storage Tanks, H o t Air furnaces, Tin Roofing, Guttering, etc. General Jobbing 305 West Gold ryxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnxxxxxx 3 The farlmlan 1 Beauty Parlors 120 South Fourth St. Hair Dressing Fetal Msisafc Shiiapoolot Elcctrototli Scalp Treilnicoi Maoksrlog Chlldres i Hair Csttlof We manufacture all kinds of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com plete line of Switches, Pompa dours. Puffs. Wigs, etc. HEAL IIAIH NETS Sanitary French Hair Rolls. The new pomp Wave. All shades to bs worn under ths hair Instead of rufflna one's own novelties In back sad sld oombs. Mr, and Mrs. James Slaughter, 9 Pnprietors H ; :i 1