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ALBUQUEKQUE CITIZEN. PAGKnYK. : ft 4 o c est Gallup Block, per ton - $5.50 Gallup Egg, per ton - - $4.25 All Coal. No Rock. W H.HAHNCO. Phone 91 These are Carriage Buying Days We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle. We have many good styles within the range of modest incomes Buggies, Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys, Spring Wagons, etc. Just received a big carload and will make special low pri ces for a few days as we need the room and can use the money The Albuquerque Carriage Co. Corner First Street and Tijeras Ave. MONTEZUMA S ALBUQUERQUE I Capital and Surplus, $100,000 i . ' l MEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS I Montezuma Grocery and : Liquor Company Copper and Third t Imported and Domestic Goods Specialty of Luoca Pure Olive Oil. Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle. Family Trade Solicited. Agent for San Antonio Lime. Always t Fresn. . Prices him. Call Phone or send for Solicitor. PHONE 1029 A New Feature in ' v ' '' ''' ' '" ' " 'ri',L f'- 1 ' i'-'i Dry Climate Vehicles We employ a new proces in the construction and finishing of our vehicles. They are built to meet the requirements of mountain work and to wi hstand the exactions of a dry c'imate, They are the only strictly Dry Climate vehicles on the market. By the use of our own, hand made, Double King Bolt Fitth Wheel, our spring wagons are made to wear where the wear comes most without the use of extra material. If your dealer dove not carry our line write for our catalog and prices. The Quilitch Implement & DePa,r. vehicle Co. 1IA- SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS All ClioiJt DUtases Cured. Ws treat all forms of dlseaiet Rheumatism, Propiy, Dl Blood. Nsnrousntss, Ulcert, Deafness Paralytls Stomach and Bladder Troubles. Stricture, etr Wi fuarant -he cure of Catarrh Ws glie tree Insirucilou on u f tha w!r.-. Rathi are auto natic. Came or write. JOS. L. DURAN, TRUST CO. new Mexico COLUMBUS HOTEL . Cornmr B.oomd mud Gold HOME' COOKING' Excellent Service Particular people have been pleased with Columbus Meals for many years. Have you tried them i I Carriage Building Lone Star Boot & Shoe Shop Our specialty Is making; cowboy ooots and up-to-date alioes. First clans repairing;. Beat rock-oak sole leather iim?(I. Twenty years' experience. I am master of the trade. ilve us a trial. Work callt'd for and delivered. noue 855. " W. Central Ave The reiiMjn we do so much KOTO It DRY wurk U because we do ft right aud at the price you cannot afford t have It done, at home. IMPERIAL LArXDItY. VETERINARIAN KILLS HIMSELF BECAUSE OF TROUBLES Shoots Himself In Head With Revolver and Leaves Note Blaming His Wife. Charging his wife with being the cause of his trobulea and requesting the Order. of Owls, of which he was a member, to bury him, Dr. Hlehurd L. harp, age o.", a Veterinarian, of 215 South Broadway, committed sui cide at 6 o'clock this morning by blowing the right side of his head off with a 45-caliber revolver. A little two-room shanty used by Andrew Miller as oltlce and living quarters at what is known as tne Hunter wagon yard on North Hroadway. was chosen by Sharp for the scene of his ghastly deed. No one was u witness to the shoot ing. Mr. Miller, proprietor of the place, heard the shot and arrived at the scene Just as Sharp died. Mr. Miller immediately summoned t'.ie authorities. An ambulance from Suoiig Hid-.' undertaking pallors carried the body away. Dr. Sharp and his family, consist ing of u wife and seven children, five boys and two girls, came to Albu querque two years ago from Califor nia. Previous to going to California they lived at Drown wood, Texas. The doctor divided his time between fol lowing his profession and mining. Fur some time past he had been employed as foreman for the Swastika Mining company, J. E. Elder, manager, own ing properties in the Manzano moun tains. While lining this position he spent probably two days of each week In the city. He came to the city yesterday from one of his periodical trips, with Chas. J. Auld,' another employe of the com pany. All he carried was a small hand satchel, which he left t the C. A. Oratiile store on North Hroadway. There, was nothing unusual In his de meanor. Mr. Auiii was mn mm un til 10 o'clock last night, when the doctor started home. .It was about midnight when the police received a call from Mrs. Sharp who complained that her husband had struck her. Officer Marquette 1 answered the call and pluced Dr. , Shurp under arrest, but later released him on the promise that ho would stay away from his home, i . On being released, Dr. Sarp went t the Hunter wagon , yard and awakened Miller. He told Miller that he had had trouble with his wife and ' wanted to sleep there. Miller said I this morning that he let the doctor in and the two men slept in the same j bed. Miller says that Sharp slept I very little. He was restless and talk I ed very much about his family trou ble About 6 o'clock Dr. Sharp got up, put on his clothes and went out. Mil ler said that he got up immediately after and went out to feed his horses. Sharp was in the yard, when he came out and asked him to feed his horses, also. Sharp then walked over to the store of C. A. Grande, hlf a block away. He returned to the wagon yard in a few minutes. Miller says thut when he finished feeding the horses he saw Sharp standing In the street in front of his house, looking along Hroadway. Miller says that Sharp had a small grip w hen he . re turned. "When I opened the gate," Miller testified before the coroner's Jury," Sharp turned to me and threw up his hand. I told him to go in the house, that I would run over to the butcher shop and get some bleak and we would have breakfast. 1 had been to the shop and was almost back to the house when I heard the report of the pistol. I ran to the door and opened It. Sharp was lying on his buck, with his head in the corner of the back room on a wagon sheet. He gasped as I looked at him. The pis tol was lying on his breast beneath his left arm. Blood and bone were strewn over the floor beside. the body where the force of the bullet had car ried them." Judge McClellan was summoned, and quickly called a coroner's Jury. Dr. Sharp's hat lay on the table in the room with his coat. Beneath the coat was a note that Sharp had scrib bled on a piece of tablet paper. It had been written very hurriedly. Some of the words were only pnr tlally sp lied out. Sharp had evi dently written it while Miller was at the butcher shop. Following Is the note: "To the O. O. o. I'lease give my watch to Curtis. Tell Mr. Elder to pay my wages to Curtis and Pete. I want the O. o. O. to bury me. Till my wife she is the cause of all my trouble. It. I.. Sharp." OurtU an. I Peter were the doctor's favorite sons. Mrs. Shurp was marly prostrated when told of her husband's BUielde. She refused to discuss the tragedy. She said that It was bad enough to CXXJCXXXXXXX)CXXXXXxXXXXXJ(JOC LOOK! WANTED. AT ONCK $5,000 worth of second hand f urnl I11 iv, Move, carpet. ha rue?, eie. We pay higheM cah U price: and buy. m-II and ex J i-tiiinge. CROWN FURNITURE J AND AUCTION CO. jj I'lioiie 808. Ill W. Gold 3 have to suffer for It. and did not cure to tulk for publication. The coroner's Jury heard the gtor les of Andrew Miller and Cli.is. J. AulJ, who were with" Miller ln.t night, an, adjourned until .4:S0 tomorrow afternoon, when Mrs. Sharp will be anked to tell her story. Roth Auld and Miller My that Shnrji wn not drinking last night. Auld raid that Dr. Sharp hnd brought the Rtnall satchel In from the mine and that It contained the pistol which ho used. The weapon was of the heavy t'olt'a make. DIVISIONS IN EFFECT Hurley Will liMik A Her l-Instcrn Part of Hie Kad niul koiins Will Muniigv WcMtcrn Part. With the Inauguration last week of a new order of things on the Satitb I'e by which grand divisions no long er exist and districts taku their place with district managers succeeding general superintendents, a large num ber of Santa Fe officials find them selves somewhat removed from the scenes of their former work. Form r General Manager Hurley will not come down Albuquerque way any more officially and Former General Superintendent sharp has had hU headquarters moved from Ia Junta to Newton. The total mileage of tho Santa Fe lt 0.200 miles. Tli.it part of the read under Mr. Hurley's supervision has more miles of rails thun many of the easf rn systems, but under tho new order of things he. will be able t visit any part of hi section in a day' I Me. , 1'. C. Fox, who was general u p' rinlendent of the Eastern grand di vision now has charge of the eastern section including the Eastern, Kan sas City, Missouri and Illinois divis ions. His headquarters will remain in Topeka. C W. Koun, general manager of the western section, will have nls headquarters at Amarlllo. H. J. Parker, who has been general superintendent of the central gra:id division with headquarters at Newton has been transferred to la Junta, where he w ill have charge of 'one of the districts. Avery Turner, who has been vice 'president and general man ager of the Eastern Hallway of New Mexico, becomes general nuperln ttndent of the other district, with headquarters nt Amarlllo, Texas. Other changes In the engineering and other departments to conform with the new operating system, will likelv be made within a short time. DIED ON THE TRAIN DURING THE SIGHT Conductor nil No. 10 Made (irewsome I'lud When He Tried ui Awaken PuwM'iijrer. Yesterday morning when the con ductor on twin No. 10 called "Albu querque" through his train, a passen ger in the smoking car continued to recline on his elbow, apparently asleep. "Albuquerque, Albuquerque," the conductor called in the man's face. "Thirty minutes for breakfast." And he took hold of the man's arm to shake him. Then he drew back. The man was dead and had been dead foi nome time. An ambulance was summoned anJ the body was taken to Strong llroj. morgue. In one pocket was a ticket reading Aguasealientes, Mexico, lo Denver, Colo., a gold watch, ome pa per and $S In money. A Brotherhood of locomotive Engineers' card show ed the man to have been a member oi that order. The local order was notified and Engineers H. J. Header, F. A. Ie and C. Fox were designat ed a. committee to take chargu of the dead man's affairs. A trunk check found on the body secured a trunk beloniflng to the man and a number of letter, most of thim addressed to J. 11. Halllday identified the man. but nothing among the man's effects gave a clew to any relatives. .Several personal letters, evidently from a sweetheart, were signed "Grace," but they gave no address. An autopsy held over the body yesterday by Dr. McLandress and Dr. De Da V'ergn found heart disease to have been the cause of death. PLANS TO i l lti: BY MI'MC. The healing by music will ulti mately be accepted as the panacea for hundreds of cases of disease which now baffle physicians Is the belief of a Boston woman, Mi.-s Christine Brown, who has founded a new health cult there. "The secret of cure lies entirely In sweet, melodious. and seductive strains of music," she says. "Music al harmony Is a fundamental law of the Inner self. To be well, our bod ies mu-t not only be In tune with the M lf within, but also In accord with external conditions. I believe that music, scientifically employed In pris ons and asylums for the demented, will eventually become the means of 1 eformlng criminals, arid will result in a steady decrease in the thousands whi now crowd the insane asylums. It is not necessary that a person should posK'Sn an arti-ile sense or thut a sufferer shoo, even have a musical ear to obtain th- beneficent flee ts of harmony." Huston dispatch to New York Tribune. i:(..(.i:. Simon Gareia's hoi- dies and spring wagon tri:is ('all at my stor - riys. sad for country 120 J North Ai rm st 1 1 et. ... -t . llnulc; llu-tub-! Bii'.'jies! .lust re ceived, ii I I ir car load. Get our low price-.. Mtinqucl'qiic Carriage Co., 1 if I 11 ml Tijeras. What we mivc you on a hugy will go a Inns way towards 11 new harness. Albuquerque Carriage Co., Itrstand Tijeras. ., . GRAND ELK FIESTA PLANNED NEXT MONTH The Klk Building Will lie Thrown rH-t to the IMiblie and Many Attract ing Are Planned. The next big social event of prom inence will be the grand Filks Fiesta w hich will be held in the Elks' build ing, beginning May 10 and lasting six days. The entire building w ill be thrown open and each room will contain a different kind of amuse ment. A vaudeville entertainment will bo given In the theatre both af ternoons and evenings. Another room will be utilized for refreshments, an other for dancing, still another for hide shows. This last room promises to be the most entertaining of any. Here will be seen many wondrous features never before shown in this city. Among the most Interesting will be a "Brother Hill," who was recently captured sixteen miles south of Isleta drinking red lemonade with his right hand. Another pleasing feature of the fiesta will be tho "Anvil Chorus" from Anheuscr, which will be led by Brother Anderson. "Pye" Wilson of the Farr meat market, Is iffioked for an exhibition of butcher knife throw ing. He will be assisted by William Swcltzer, the tonsorlal artist. An es pecially constructed coat of armor has been ordered for Mr. ' Sweltzer. After considerable coaxing Roy Mc Donald, the short change artist, has consented to give a slight of hand performance. Mr. McDonald will be assisted by his famous trick dog, "Nlcodeemus.".' Down stalm In the billiard room a billiard contest is scheduled between two Chinamen, L,e Huy Fong and One Lung, by name. These billlard ists were recently Imported and will use their own queues in this contest. O. A. Matson has ben selected to uct as referee. Other attractions too nu merous to mention are being arrang id and will be announced later. Another meeting of the arrange ment committee has been called for tomorrow evening and sub-committees will be appointed to aid In fur therlng the fiesta plans. WHISKEY AND CIGARS ST0LEN1FR0M SAEOON The Atlantic IlohlMMl of Stock, and Indications Arc Tlwt Hoys Did the Work. With eight of a gang of confessed juvenile thieves in Jail, the security with which the police retired lust night was rudely broken this morning by another burglary, bearing all the signs of having been done by boys. When the Atlantic saloon was opened this morning, the proprietors, Eix & Motsenbacher, were surprised to find a large part of their bottled stock gone. Just how much they were unable to say. Many bottles of whiskey and one box of cigars can not be accounted for. A broken pane of glass In one of the rear windows thowed where the thief or thieves had entered and departed. The hole was so .. small that only a small person could have gotten through It. Saturday night the home of Officer Highbargaln, 611 West Marquette avenue, was entered, but very little was taken. Mr. Highbargaln was on his beat in the business section and his wife was out shopping, early In the evening. When she returned about 10 o'clock a light was burning in the house and drawers had been rummaged. Florencia Apodaca and Leopoldo Luna, two of the members of the gang which had been robbing stores for some time past, were arrested here last night and placed In the city Jail. This morning William Dolde of North Second street, whose place was broken Into some time ago, and Mr. Farah of Furah Bros., West Cen- tial avenue, another victim of the band, awore out warrants charging Apodaca and Luna with burglary. Fred Luna, Leopoldo Mondragon and the Wagner boy will lie arraigned on the same charge. The latter three are In the county Jail. Simon Mon dragon took no part In the robberies of the J. A. Maloy store, the Farah Bros.' store nor William Dolde's place, contrary to statements made that he had. He Is very indignant about what has been said regarding these stories and has requested that they be denied. LABOR UNIONS PLAN SMOKFR FOR'THUHSDAY It Will He a "Gel Aequalnied" Af fair and I'nioii M111 Art; All Invited. A "get acquainted" smoker is be ing planned by the members of the local labor unions to be held In the Odd FellowH' hall next Thursday evening at 8:30 o'clock to which all members of the various unions are Invited to be present. Cigars and re lreshments will be served during the evening and speeches will be heard from Judg George 'ruig and W. I. Melealf. Music for the occasion will oe furnished by the Cavunaugh or chestra and an enjoyable evening's entertainment is anticipated. Members of the following unions will lie in attendance and In addition, iveiy man who carries a union card, whether he is a member of u local union or not, Is cnrdhilly invited to be pieseiit: ( 'arpeiiti'i s. Stonemasons, In ickinasons. bakers, printers, bar In rs, bn-weiy workers, cigar-makers, ra lu.lv conductors and railway or- 1 -1 electrical worker, painters and plumbers. TOO LAT10 TO CLASSIFY. WANTED Cottin tent bookkeeper, collector and general office man wants position. Well known locally. Local n ferences. Address J. A. M. Citizen office. Collapsible Go-Garis 1 For theTTouthful Heir in original and novel designs are among lately arrived goods. We have them in black, blue, green and gray, with all "mod ern improvements" They range -in price From $8.50 308-310 West t I Stewart The Best Made Mabeirt See the new "Royal Stewart" Combination Coal. Wood, , . and Gas Range. KAABE 115-117 N. Consolidated n EVERYTHINGIN OUR LINE Write for Illustrated Catalog and Price List OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 121 and 123 North First St. Phone 138 tt tt ALL THE From the foundation to the shingles) on tha roof, n are sel Ing Bnlldliig Material Cheaper than joa bare bought fo ma ay years. Save at least 26 per cent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material Lumber Co. PHONE 8. 'OLD RELIABLE." ESTABLISHED 1873 Lm O, PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the Largest aud Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries lo the Southwest FARM FREIGHT WAGONS KAILKOAD AVENUE mmttntiniisisii we W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, 8AJ.E. FEED ; "D TUAMiFEK STAB 14 Horns and Males bomkt t4 Mi hanged. BESTS TURNOUTS IN THV CITI second Btrsst betwesa Ctotiti asl Coptsr At. to $17.50 Central Avenue I Ranges I First Street. J Liquor Go. tt WAY UP Every MAUGER OOn.VKH THIRD AND MAItQUETTaV. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. I Highland Livery UAMBROOK IlKOd. Phone BBS. 113 Joliu 84. I'p to date tarn-ouU. Best drivers In the dtj. Proprietor of 'Sadie,' the plculo wagon. Our work U RIGHT in every g. Iarviicnt. Ilubbs Laundry Co.