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ftATCRDAY, OCT. ii, IWO.t
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN, ECONOMY IN LUMBER It makes no difference to u. whether your bill of ma terial be for a chicken coop or the largest building in the country, we are prepared .to turnish th same at lowest prices. Our lumber is well seasoned, which niak. s it worth 1 5 per Cent more to the building than the lumber you have be n bu; ing. Try us. SUPERIOR LUMBER & MILL CO. first strut, stum of viaduct, aibuquerque, n. m. FOR BOLD DATIL COUNTRY The uU "Adam IUggl ngu" la tlie Ob ject for Which Prospector Hunt, Prospectors and adventurers con tinue to search for the lone lost "Adams diggings" supposed to be In cited some where In western Socorro county, according to B. F. Pettibone of this city. Mr. Pettibone, accompanied by MODERN BUILOIKB WILL BE ERECTED WciUer and Itonjamln Plan Tlirce Story Struct ore on Central Avenue. A large modern up-to-date three story building Is soon to be erected on the piece of ground adjoining the Yrlsarrl building In the tour hundred bloclt on Central avenue, which was recently purchased by Welller and Benjamin. Nothing will be done to MUST 01OE CASE " ONUS MERITS Hult of Interest to Alhuqaprquraiis May lie 8 nt Here for Trial by United State Supremo Court. Harry Mulllns. also of this city, have1""! the erection of the building un Just returned from spending six " e' election but the plans months In the Datil and Alirao;r being drawn and work will 'country, where they have mining " """ ,,m" 1 " wc"; Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and THIRD Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors Pure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the Glass or Gallon, Beer ky the Bottle or Case, Family Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. Phone 1029 cmamrmcymcmcymcmcmcmomryanmomomomcmcmmom I Convenience - Comfort - Security The telephpne makes the duties lighter, the cares less and the worries fewer. The Telephone preserves your health, prolongs your life mill protects your home. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. claims they have been working for the past three years, meanwhile prospecting the surrounding country The lower floor of the building will be utlllx.'il for store purposes while the two lop floors will be made Into Their property Is located fifty-seven modern offices. While many appll mllea west of Magdalena. on the ' e 'or rental or this I bu.ldin. north side of the Datll mountains. ; "vo ou.iueis, about six miles from the postoffice of nn,;n definite has been decided as Datll. The claims they have been will bo the renter, but It is working are on a quarts ledge on 1 understood that, the entire building Alamosa creek. It contains free mill- " 111 be rented to one party. Plenty Ing gold but so far they have been Jn will be used In the construc unable to get a satisfactory assay. " ot bulldog and It Is the In However. they have not as yet gone tentlon of the builders to erect one nv .r,.t rtenth on snv of the ' the best fire-proof buildings In " ... I U- it 1 1 0 Th. lafCA nlnf. .1... claims and still nave hopes or getting , something worth while by going deeper, Mr. Pettibone says that the coun try Is very peculiar, especially on the Alamosa side of the mountains. There appears to have been a great river there some time, which left great deposits of, sand and gravel. These placers are ten feet deep in places, and are believed to hold con' The larea nlate rtmui win. ' dw- of the lower floor will be en cased In nickel plated frames and the general effott promises to be most artistic. Judging from the number of appli cations received for the rental of this coming building, the plans for which are not even as yet completed, busi ness locations In the central portion of the city are at a premium which X ALBuQUCRQUC MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. slderable gold if the right place can oe to ahow the prosperous condition be found. They have been prospect-1 01 ru ln" mercantile way, ed considerably but without success P'n for several to the white man. Mocks are now belr The Navajo Indians, who have a reservation Just north of there and As? Mr MtXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS omcmmomcmcmomamcMQcmcma o5mcmocomcmcmomcmomcmcm Dr. Charles A. Frank Physician and Surgeon RGOMS 4 AND S BARNETT BLDO. Hours. 9 to 1 1 a. m. 2 to 5 p. m. 7 to 8 p. m, 1ELEPHON 079 J. Ha, COX The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFIITING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durab'e. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. Phone 1020 401 West Central Ave. range over the Datil country, seem to know where there is a placer where large gold nuggets are to be found. Mr. Pettibone says that he has seen Navajos with chunks of gold as large as the Joint of a finger. During the past three summers Mr. Pettibone and the men with him have devoted about half their time to prospecting the dry river, lie aald this morning that he knew a pros pector by the name of Shaw, a pat riarch of 80 years, who has been mining In the Datil country for thir ty years, searching for the lost "Ad ams diggings." The "Adams diggings" are located some place In western Socorro coun ty, near what Is known as Prairie mountain, a high, smooth gra-ts-covered mountain. Adams was the name of a man who, according to I the story, was the only survivor of a party OI prospectors v. no were at tacked by the Indians, Just after they had discovered a rich gold placer from which they could scoop up the yellow metal with d nner plates. Ad ams escaped and reached the settle ments la the east to tell the story. A party-was formed to search tor the diggings but Adams died with the gold yet undiscovered. The Datll country answers the de scription left ty Adams as the place where the gold was found. The fact that the Indians show these large nuggets every once in a while Is con sidered by Mr. Pettibone as evidence that there are some rich placers In the Datll country some place. He and his friends will return 'there In the spring and continue" to work on their claims and at the same time pros pect the dry river. The Alamosa creek country also holds 'an old Spanish mine. There is evidence of a smelter having been, located there at some time, and a depression in the mountains indicates the location of the mine, which was r vered up. A native living on Ala ry sa creek tore down the furnace of the smelter, which was a crude affair, about thirty years ago and used the stone to make a stable. The stable i Is still standing and the site of the I old smelter is a ruin about which only the earliest settlers -of the coun ! try know any thing. It Is said that j the Spaniards were run out of the i country by the Indians and the reds then covered up the mine. WOODMEN MEET IN SOCIAL SESSION A Box Supper and Dancing Followed Program oI Music and bpeecheii. Nearly two hundred Woodmen of the World and their friends gathered at the Elks' lodge rooms last eve ning to attend the open social ses sion which was tendered them by their lodge. During the evening, a musical and literary program was listened to and a box lunch ad led much to the novelty of the affair, the lunches being distributed among the members and their friends In small paste board boxes, each receiv ing a box. The opening address was delivered by T. F. Herbert, of Denver, who was the guest of honor. Mr. Herbert spoke on Woodcraft and its followers and was followed by Mrs. John trumqu:st, who read a paper which PLAY OF "JULIUS CAE SAR" 10 BE GIVEN SOON Cliildreii Are Milking Itapid Progress lu lU'bcarala For Uie Tragedy. ' The ' children of the Immaculate Conception school are making rapid progress In the rehearsals for "Julius Caesar," which will be staged within a short time under the direction of j Mr. McCarty. Mr. McCarty says that both acting and stage effects will sur prise the public. In the composition of this play, Shakespeare built upon the records i of Plutarch. The play was written In 1600, and was first published In the folio of 1623. "We know of no play of Shakespeares," says Charles Knight ."that presents so few diffi culties arising out of inaccuracies in the original addition." Julius Caesar is the tragedy of tragedies. During the great revival of Shakespeare In San Francisco In was highly Instructive and Interest-I j g72 the lilte John jjcCuIlough pro tng. iicv, j. m. some aiso spune dured the r,,oy of juilus Caesar In uneny ami nig enoris were Kieauy appreciated by those assembled. Rev. tv-llic was followed by Arthur I Mai tin, who recited a beautiful little FINE NEW STORE FOR THE HIGHLANDS Abbott ii. Olin y Ue,H'ii More in the OtvlUental llui.Uiiig as a Flit Cltf Croc ry uud Market. On Monday morning the store at Central and Broadway, in the Occi dental building, wdl bo rcopi lied oy I Abbott & Uliiey as a f irst-c.a.- gro I eery and marke t. KxtensUe lmprov . ' nunti have been mate in tiie ln.eilr arrangement which makes It the most complete store on the Highlands, and It is not surpajae4 tlther .n ecju.p niei t or completeness of tttu. k by a y of the d. n town stores. The f.xturcs in the meat le,a t ment are of the .ate.st pattern, de- I sign, d t"r el' unliiK .-s und a. rangnd ;tii the idea nf convenience and ijuli k service to cu-t"!uers. .Mr. J. W. Abooit U well known In this city, having been at one tim. proprietor of the City market, which he sold to Trotter t li-iwkn-i, Vil n which firm he has been con- other business being drawn. LOCAL FEED DEALER MAKES LUCKY STRIKE K. W. lVc Securea New Fanning Ma t'Jilue Which Ulveti Clean Out- for lr, of Ivt tirades. As a result of a new cleaning and fanning machine which he Install., d only a few weeks ago, E. W. Fee, who conducts the largest grain, hay and seed business in the city at 602 604 South First street, reports th it he has absolutely doubled hU sale if oats. , The new machine Is a wonder and proved a money maker from the stait both for Mr. Fee and his customers The clean, dirt and dust free oats turned out by the machine do not produce heaves. Indigestion, colic, d - temper and other .diseases of hores which result f rom . d rty and dusty oats. -, The cleaning- machine Is operated by electricity and It. Clean the oa so fast that the afldvff cost for clean oats Is but a fraction more than buy' era now pay other dealers for dirty oats. The oats that pass through the machine are turned out In the twink ling of an eye, absolutely free from dirt, dust, stick,', glass, nails, wire, string and trash of all sorts to be found In most uncleaned wheat. Even the Inferior grains are removed oy the' machine and only- the most nour ishing, fall slxcd . grains . pass the screen. Mr. Fee ha )nven kept busy exhibiting the machine for the bena fit of horse- owners who comment up on the class of oats he is selling this year. Until one has seen the dirt a id foreign substances taken from the grain he has no id" how dirty the average oats are, as sold by the aver age dealer. LAMBS ARE SHIPPED 10 EASTERN POINTS Tim TralnlotiiM Ieft YcsU'rolny for lVjirali and Kama. Three complete trainloads of sheep steamed out of the local yards to day carrying 8,006 New Mexico lambs to Coorado and Kansas points to be fattened for market. Feeders In the vicinity of Dodge City, Kan., where beet sugar pulp Is used for feeding, were the largest purchasers. A num ber of cars were consigned to Wichita and a number to the feeders In the Arkansas valley in Colorado. The sheep were raised by A. Elch wald and other prominent sheep men In tho Jernez mountains country, and were sold on commission to the feed ers by Dou'.s Trauer and Ellas Gar cia. The price paid by the feeders Is said to have been about S3. SO per hundred. This la one of the largest single day's shipments registered at the local yards. The following sheep men are now in the city: J. T. Noonen. Deer Trial, Colo.; W. K. Eberly. Wichita. Kan.; Donald McLeag, Cuba, N. M.; David Garcia. San Rafael, and A. Elghold, of Cuba, N. M. The special correspondent of The Cltlxen in Washington In a letter re ceived last night gave news of the ac tion of the United States supreme court on Monday when that body de cided tnnt the case of Jesus Maria Sandoval versus George F. Albright, involving about $8,000, emoluments of the office of assessor of Bernal llo county, should he decided on its mer its. The decision was on a motion fl'.ed by N. B. Field, attorney for San doval, asking that the plilntlft be given a verdict In cae No. 336 In volving only a part of the money, and Is considered a point In the case in favor of Albright. The action In Its entirety Is one In volving the right of the tiriltorlal legislature to divide a - county and make vacant the office of assessor, to which Albright was appointed In placo of Sandoval. This action of the supreme court of the United States may cause the action to fee tried on its merits before Judge Ira A. Abbott In the Second district court, A brief history of the lltlgitlon Is as follows; At the election held No vember 4, 1903, Jesus M. Sandoval w-as elected assessor of Bernalillo county, and took possession of the oftlce. The legislature at its session In 1903 passed an act creat'ng San doval county from a portion of Ber nalillo county and later In the session, In nn amendatory net, provided that T. C. Gutlerres and Severo Sanch s should be appointed commissioners of tho county after April, 1903, and au thorised the county commissioners to appoint an assessor. The county com missioners appointed George F. Al- brght assessor and he took possession of the oftlce. Afterwards a quo war ranto proceeding was begun to tnvt Albright's right to the oftlce, and the supreme court of the territory finally held that Sandoval wa entitled to the oftlce and ousted Albright. Bo fore an appeal from this decision could be heard In the supreme court of the United States the term of the office expired, and on this account that court refused to hear the appeal. Sandoval then brought ru t against Albright to recover 36,184.16 fees of. tho office, and secured a Judmncnt for 33.360.63, which was affirmed uy the supreme court of the territory, and an appeal taken to the supreme court of the United States, where It Is now pending. After the bringing of the suit Al brght received additional fees from the territory as assessor, and Sando val brought another suit to recover these additional fees. amounting to ll.C6l.88, and secured Judgment. A -bright appealed to the supreme court of the territory, where this Judgment was affirmed, and he then appealed to the supreme court of the United states, in the supreme court of t'n. United States Sandoval's attorney, Nelll B. Field, filed a motion to dl mLss this appeal on the ground that $5,000 was not involved, as It Is neces sary that that amount should be In volved In cases appealed to that court. Mr. Albright's artom. y. M. dler A Wllkerson, resisted this motion on tli ground that a constitutional question Involving the rigit of the legislature to pass the act creating Sandova l county, was involved, and also filed a motion to consolidate the two casta and to hear them as one case. The supreme court of the United States on Monday refused to dismiss the appeal and postponed the hearing of the same and the motion to consol idate, aa well as the caie on Its mer its, until the hearing upon the merit' of the case In which Sandoval se cured the Judgment ror $5,360.53. It would appear that the supreme court of the United States will now review the whole lltlgat'on and finally pa s upon the question ns to. whether Al bright or Sandoval was entitled to hold the office of Bernalillo county, a qurstlon which has tcrn of gnat In terest to the legal fraternity as w-11 as the people of this county for ome years. We have the ' Exclusive Agency WW mm built; mot STUFFED and have just received a Full Line.' Prices from $15.00 UPWARDS ALBERT FABER lt We Aim to Please Money Cheerfully Refunded See Our Excellent Stock of Harness -AND Saddles Lap Robes and Horse Blankets RAABE & MAUGER 115 NORTH FIRST STREET Hardware and Ranch Supplies ; poem. In his amusing style. Dr. E. W. Ualtes then favored his audience with several selections on an octo roon, the rendition of which added much to the evening's entertainment A pluno solo by Miss llitie C. Sol He was loudly applauded and shs was forced to respond with an core. A short address was also de livered by II. Westerfeld at the con cusi"ii of which the box lunch was served In tie lodge rooms. Following the dainty repa-t of which the immbers partook a iane was enjeytd In the tpaciuus dance Oiail of the building. nested ud to the uresent t me. Mr . . ... in n the California theater, himself ap- -"ey i n luh.. r iu iou- j (j) u tearing as Brutus, supported by the duei.(u., n....,. iis' inf late Lawrence Barrett as Caesar, grocery and general nurchandi e With th- aMegt stock com-' ,,"sln' " ln lllto". Arls. The new I any evr a-cim le l in one tlrm ,s fc11 equipped, both being ex cept In the h's'o y of the sta-;e ' Prienced men In thtir lines, and the !n the United States It attracted the stock they cany is the test to be pro- attrntlnn -,f tho lettered world of the CUrea, western s'nrip. Charles De Young of I ,he San Francisco Chronicle l that the 1 y th.it hax ennie down en- I ,V..-, ,V . nrrMr.r. f !,. n.l irv Atfe lore for centuries has made by tr grandeur and assassination, noble and (tnhhiz neii on the tombs of truit.ls fie sail ii;ll of the Jo.Jj. 1 Mr. Abbott stated that many reel- says dents of the Highlands had already vi-!t d trie row store ana liaie ex- .- t in,, ib.it th y w.l.j no iotij.' : luve to , dortntottn when1 I lev a:.t "som. t h.ii'4 good ' in gr- J in Ju l-ing f'om th of i,.ijN di-s;lace1 t tuat ii tiling has b ii If you haven't the t'me to exer cise regularly. Doan'a Regulets will prevent cons ttpstmn. They Induce a -' J m'M. easy, healthful action o' he ttibnertbe for The Citlsen and getjbourU without griping. JUk vo ir the bswsjl druriM for them, ttc I -r liusse .t:.i lll mrie'y it s, t-m t,. re. The f rm will with ut j COLOMBO THEATER The Colombo has an unusually good bill of exclusive pictures for to- n glit. Among the most interesting ie descriptive film, "Making Arab- I Ian I'ultery." This Interesting pic ture shows us how the Arabs make the r famous pottery, and It Is won derful what beautiful articles they tan fashion out of common clay. In the first picture we see them pre paring the clay and mixing It and foiming the different objects. Next Is the baking process, the different I ieces being placed In an oven un til hard, when they are removej and decorated some most artistically. 'I he work completed, the different objects are cnt to the bazaar, where w- see them on exhibition, waiting i purchaser. SAYS TA IT WIIJj CAIUtY OHIO UY IMG MAJOIUTY George G. Albright, who has Just returnej from a visit to his old home In Ohio, says that Taft will carry the Buckeye state by a large major ity. He says that a trade Is being made between the two parties which will ln all probability defeat Harris, the ltepublican candidate for gover nor, but will give the state to Taft. Harris, the Republican candidate for governor, Is considered a local op tlonist. Harmon, tne Democratic candidate for governor, Is considered a good business man and a friend of the saloon men. AltCANOIITIiS ATTENTION'. All members of the Hoyal Arcanum In New Mexico who are Interested ln the formation of a council of the order In Albuquerque are requested to address a postal to Otto J. Krae mer, care of The Citizen, Albuquer que, N. M. "OLD RELIABLE" . ESTABLISHED 1873 L. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER 1 FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple droceriee in . the Southwest FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. I Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works It. P. HAUL, Proprietor. Pulleys. Grade Bars, Babbitt Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for Buildings. Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shafting Repair of Mining and Mill Machinery a Specialty, rotindry Eust bide of Jlailruud Tracks. Albuquerque, K. If. doubt lie lijr.ful frorn thi; f i 1 -St Souvenir P. Hows. Hand Made Laces, stamped Towels, at Mrs. Wil sons, to? West I-ad Avenue. lt!ur p. dure shown tonight are "Tl e Two Griefs, "The Gambler an 1 the Devil" and 'h' delightful vlew tl'm. "Palermo .and Iu Surround- i !',. . i.iuauiiicu puiikv uy oars. lisuiun conclude a cltvi 1 1 00 ItewarO 1 1 Ot Th readers of this paper will Im pleased to learn tuat there Is at least one ureadeU uiimum tnmt sciencs txas been able to curs In ell Us stages, and that la l aisrrn. Han s C'atarrn Cur ts th only positive cure now known t tbe medical fraternity. Calrrn seins a constitutional disease, requires a eon tltutlonal treatment. Hall s C'stsrrs lure la taken Internally, acting Olrerti upon the blood and roucoiia surfaces ot ton system, thereby destroying tftt foundation of the disease, and final the patisnt strength by bulldmr up lot constitution and assist ins nalur in so ins Its work. Tbe proprietors aavs much fsith In Its eurativ powers tbsi bey orter One Hundred Dcilan for "l cum mat It falls to cure. Bend tor lia tl testimonials. Address: . j . CHbNKi CO.. Toledo, U. C"ld by all lruKil. Vhr. Ton fiau s Sauiuy fius for coast asuoa- Itchlr.g ptlea provoke profanity, but ircfanlty won't cure them. Doan's Ointment cures Itching, bleeding or protruding p ies after yeirs of mj! firing. At any drua ioi. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke. LOS AN G ELKS. John S. Mitchell TWO NEW EIJiVATORS NEW FlUE-PItOOITNG NEW FTJRNrmiB NEW PLUMBING Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Improvements made this season for Convenience, Comfort and Safety. Headquarters For New Mexico Electric Cars to and from Railway Depots, also Beach and Mountain Resorts, stop at our door. The Hollenbeck Hotel Cafe is More Popular Than Ever. .. Al.L the way up I"roni the foundation to the shingles on tho roof, we are sell lug Building Material Clu-uper than you have bought for many year. Save at leant 25 l'r cx-at and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. Vt-trogram. For tlu l". wt'ffc .fThirt wnlsUileV , paironue ,HuUiM LMuihy Co. PUONK . 4XItNKIt T1UKD AND SLUtQUETTK.