TirCR8DAY, APlUli S, 10.
A LBUQUKttQlTK CtTI7,ENy
rxcm rms. 1
: , OPEN' NEW STORE
SHARE BRITISH ESTATE
i i i I A
sesf Gallup Block, per ton
Gallup Egg, per ton
All Coal. No Rock.
W H. HAHN CO.
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.
Ioiidoii Solicitor Notify Ilt-lr to
Apply for Nitt lenient of tlie Kit
lute or Mmii Ik l-Nirmerly
Mr. William Cotton Hazoldine. of
West Tlj ras avenue. hs been noti
fied that her daughters, Misses Lucy
hnd May Hazeldine, both well known
In AlbiHiut'ruue, are heirs to an r-
tate In England, left by a brother of
their father, Willlum Cotton Hazel
dine, who dlkd in this city January
2, 1S92. The brother. James Henry
Norgate Hnzeldine, died In Kansas
City. M".. In May. 1 S00.
Mr. llaxcldino was notified of the
possible good fortune of her daugh
tein by a reporter for The Citimn.
The Hewn came to The Citizen from
solicitors In London, who inserted an
idvertiement seeking to discover
heirs of the deceased man.
Mrs. M.izeliliue said that she knew
her husband' brother only slightly.
Ho' lived here about threw months
some 24 years ago, and afterward
made his home In Denver. She says
that she docs not think he ever mar
ried. He was single when here. Th
London solicitors .however, say they
bi lleve he was married.
Whether the estate is huge Mrs.
Haxeldlnc does not know. The In
formation furnished by the solicitors
iloes not my.
The portrait of William Cotton
Ha.ildine hangs among the gallery
of grand masters of the local lodge
of Masons. Huzeldine avenue in the
scuthefn part of the city was named
in his honor.
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
WEDOiNG LAST NIGHT
WAS GREAT SURPRISE
Popular Yotuig Couple Marry and
Start on Honeymoon Without
Telling Their lVieiids.
Tliey Have Complete lliie of Clotli
Intr. lie., Mario Higlit. "ml Kx-IMH-t
to Noouro I.llH'ial
With a stock of clothing, hats and
gents- furnishings of the lat'ft New
York .styles and fabrics, the firm of !
Henjamin Brothers, 2 1 H West Ccn- i
tral avenue, opened their doors ta
the public yesterday morning and all j
day long the store was filled wltrt i
a crowd of eager buyers and admlr- I
era of one of the mt up to date
lines of gentlemen's clothing and j
furnishings ever brought to this city. ,
Hesides carrying a full lino of the
famous Alfred Benjamin and Com
pany's clothing, recognized by 'those ,
who know" to be the smartest In j
style und the neatest and most at- I
tractive In patterns and workman-!
ship, Henjamin Brothers have seeur- '
ed the agency for the "Imperial" S3
hat, of which they will make a spe-.
clalty. For durability and style, this
hut Is unsurpassed.
In addition the "Correct Clothes"
store will carry a full line of the well
known "L.-f'ystem" clothing so that
all customers will bo given a wide
range In their selection of spring
suits, both in stvle and color of
fabric. A complete line of cravats,
of the latest hues and styles an well
as the best makes of shirts, collars
and other necessaries for the well
dressed young man of today, com
pletes one of the most up to date
stocks in the city and the fact Is ul
n ady oecomliig known by those de
siring the latej-t in gentlemen's wear
Hot ii members of the new firm,
Harry and lunula Benjamin are well
and favorably known In this city
and by their courteous and fair
treatment, they hope to win and
kVep ,he patronage of their many
friends, all of whom wish them success.
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
MEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS
The wedding of Miss 01 race Devlin,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Devlin
ol 605 South Second street, and Mr.
('harks F. Meyers. Jr.. son of Mrs.
C. F. i Myers of 505 West Fruit ave
nue, which occurred at the resi-
Idenoe of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Nead on
West Coal avenue yesterday after-
1 l.oon at i:3 o PlocK was me ewum-
! foi surprise to the many friends of
I the contracting parties, who knew
J! nothing of the marriage until after
I.. l..r ... fh.i linnnvmnnn
if you choose "L SYSTEM"
Clothes. They are pre-eminently
for the young "what's
whatster" of the period and
lend that trim, well-set-up air
that will put YOU among
Latest Spring Styles in
218 West Cent ral
For the Youthfld
in original and novel
designs are among
lately arrived goods.
We have them in
black, blue, green and
gray, with all "mod
They range in price
From $8.50 to $17.50
308-310 West Central Avenue
INSANE NATIVE WAS
TAKEN 10 COUNTY JAIL
Man Who Kll.-1 Negro Willi Siovc
Door Han Iteeil Itciuoved 11'om
SAYS HIS BROTHER
WILE NOT KEEP HIM
Pailcn. nt Hospital Will Ho Doportcd
llc-HUso He Can't Support
KilV t v UH; i vis .
It 1'iul i.lanin7 f.-ir Sit Tmilfl. Mo The
OF A GOOD BANK
Is important not only for the present, but
also for the years to come.
The right bank connection will be a material
help to your every day business.
This bank has a successful record of safe, con
servative banking from the day of its organi
zation. THE BANK OF COMMERCE
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS 9200,000
p. ' a
vening for ,t. Iyouls, Mo
ceienionv was performed oy juokc
GeoiBe it. Craig and was witneswed
only by Mr. nnd Mrs. N'ead. Thouh
Mr. Myers and Miss Devlin had been
goinn together lor some time past,
tnat they contemplated marriage was
unknown even to their parent.
. Miss .Devlin is well known among
the younger set of this city while Mr.
Myer has held the position of chief
iflyrk in the Mcintosh Hardware Co.
on t entral avenue for some time past.
-fler a short stay in St. Louis, the
j'inng couple will return to this city
v h re they will make their home in
NATURE IS HELPING
Trees Hint Hocks Will Aill IMdure-s-qiic
Touch to Arruiifrriiii'iiltt For
W. A. Davltt. a native of Canada,
w ho is ill at .St. Joseph's hospital, will
probably be deported and sent back
to Canada within a few days. He Is
ill with consumption and rheumatism
Leopoldo Torres, the native who and he says that ho has been desert-at-xaulted
Hubert iBenelicld. a negro, J id by a brother who promised him
in the city Jail .Sunday morning, in- j help, but who refused It after he
flieting Injuries from H'hich Beno-, had arrived in this country.
11. id died, was taken to the county Davitt says that he was living with
jail yesterday for safe keeping. Judge a relative In a small Canadian town
McClellan issued the commitment, near Detroit and that his brother. Dr.
for him, after the coroner s Jury t. O. Davltt of Los Angeles, wrote
brought a verdict charging him with to him and told him to come to Los
the Ucnelleld's dodlh.
IInnfo7iimi Crnrorv and I
muiiiu&uuiUi , uiwuvij uuu 4
Copper and Third
I Imported and Domestic Goods
Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil.
Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle.
Family Trade Solicited.
I Agent tor Sin Antonio Line. Always
Fresh. Prices Rietit.
Z Call Phone or send for Solicitor.
I PHONE 1029
125 tc. V. S. title; 25 t'uHlo
Jerseys and Durham. 5 fresh
and 9 more coming in noon,
good 3-room residence; milk
houKe; l' pumps; all fenced; 30
acred in timber; close In
liico $:i.OOU, half cash.
Angeles; that he had prospered and
that he could give his brother a
home. While Davitt had no funds
and was not in position, because of
111 health, to make his own living,
the Immigration officials permitted
him to enter the United States on
the strength of his brother's letter.
Davitt got ua far as Albuquerque
and was taken from the train here
one day In February, too ill to travel
fill tlier. He was taken to St. Jos
tlnually. He spoke frequently oi ... h , delirious for a time
wife and children. Several Ume ne his brother, which
iXo charge had been filed against
him today and there may never be
one. The Indication tfre that th
man la Insane, whether temporary or
permanent has not as yet teen du
termined. He had been drinking
hard before being arrested, and the
time of his arret Jumped through a
window in the Hed Light saloon.
Since being confined In' the county
lull. Torre has talked almost con
sequently oi nis
Well, go to- the dance.
.top you. Go on. 'A
He smokes Incessantly.
C6rnmr Beeond mnB Hold
.e have teen
Columbus Meals for
many yqara- Have you tried them!
pleased with Coluial
WHITE HOUSE I
!. RESTAURANT 5
70918. rirst St.
MEALS AND LUNCHES
Come in the eating's fine
No Fancy Price Here
Seati.e, April S. The ampltheatre
of the Aluska-Yukon-J'aciflc expo-
hitlon has been accomplished partly
iby human efforts but for1 the most
,art the work has been done by na
I tuie. On the precipitous shores of
:! VV a.SriinKlOII, UU&llig n-iven a
succesyion of bays and enowtopped
peaks of the Cascades are brought
J' clearly into view, and this forms the
: back ground of the ampltheatre
T stage. Three sides rise from the floor
X and these have a stately upward
dlopc; only in the dev. lopmnt of tnese
natural Heating places has it been ne
cessary for work to be expended.
; About the tiered sides of the am
pltheatre, chairs rise one aoove the
other, and In the vast forest theatre.
...1..... .i ..u.....i ....i.iiu Viuv- ,im-
S.lortable and sightly positions. Kur-
! rounded at the back and sides to
J1 towering trees of Douglas fir and
massive cedar, th place seems to
(have been created by giants of old for
X ' spectacular events; It l fcJ fashioned
land d.iiKnrl, that op n air accustics
T I produce results which could be g'-i-X'erally
looked for. only within tne
! walls of structures duih wit" ii
l property always In mind.
j It was in this spo; that the ilrst
kll.l.KD Xl'H MV.S shovel of earth was removed in the
AMI STH-VX.IJ-JI ITSKIJ' building of the Alaska-Yukon-Puclf ic
exposition. Without any worK
preparation. 25,000 people were eas
ily accommodated within its Borders.
Dorlnir th.- course of the ixposition.
the ampltheatre will be toe scene of
n any interesting events, an,l w ith its
.irrangeni'-nt an now perfected will
vftorri the granilest out of doors the
atre in existence.
tut the letter from his 'brother, which
he carried, gave a clew to his lden
t'.ty. The brother was communicated
with, but Instead of sending aid. It
Is said, that he Informed lmmlgra
tlon officials of his brother's condition
and informed them that his brother
was unlawfully in the United Htates
The department has ordered that
Davltt be deported and he will he
taken back to Canada, which prob
ably means his death, as the Cana
dian climate lg too severe.
Third ami iold.
Chicago, April 8. Arthur Meeker's
j big blooded bull, which had a record
of four men killed, has met an m
g'orious end. The animal's last vic
tim was gurcd to death last fall In
Iiibertyville. 111. ince then the animal
had been kept under severe sur
veillance at Athur Meeker's farm,
neur Waukegan. Even that was found
to be not entirely efficacious, the ani
mal having escaped tseveral times.
Dehorning accordingly was decid l
upon, and the operation was under
taken yesterday. Immediately after
the bull had been securely roped,
however, ft began plunging frantically
and in its struggles strangled itself.
ADVIxKS lltltKxa UMt HABITS.
Chli ago, April 8. "Don't have reg
ular habits. You are a weakling If
you do. Make them Irregular and
then you will be ready when an emer
That Is the advice given by Dr.
Sheldon Leavitt of the liight Living
"It's, ridiculous to say that health
depends on regular habits." he a. Ids.
"You ought to be able to go without
sleep all t-iitire niylit and do good
work the next day. The iiasmi Hie
city l.oj s ure able to endure h .r I
shlp3 of war better than the coun
try youths was because the latter hnd
regular habits and it broke them all
up to break them."
Word reached the city last night of
a disastrous rlre which occurred a few
davs go at Stanley, a small town on
the .Santa Fe Central. The grocery
store und meat market of William
llogrefe nnd the real estate oflice of
M. Fisher were destroyed. The dam
age Is said to have been about 2,0U0.
Only two plain drunks and a va
grant appeared in police court this
morning and the police say that yes
terday was the quietest circus day
they have ever known. The crowd
was orderly and the circus, having
just started its season, did not have
the usual class of followers In such
numbers as circuses usually have. , Thf (f , - purg or
Donald Cameron, fori man ror inn tiered recently by the Santa Fe, left
I.a Luz Mining. Milling and smelling Topt.ka two diiyit aKO on lt8 wajr t0
company, operating m ine anuo, tne pttrno coast lines of the system
mountains, was loineo nere esier- it .mi ho Ih.-1 In nervlco
day by Mix. Cameron, who arrlvel The ear U stnnnlne at manv noints en
from Delta. Colo. The- company has rout(, t., he inspected by officials and
HEW MOTOR CAR WILL
BE HERE TOMORROW
Firm of Xonv tw.lcr for the Santa 1'e
Is on lis Way to Pacific Coast
See the new "Royal Stewart"
Combination Coal. Wood,
and Gas Range.
Raabe & Mauger
115-117 N. First Street. J
Consolidated Liquor Go.
EVERYTHINGIN OUR LINE
Write for Illustrated Catalog and Price list
OFFICE HND SALES ROOM
121 and 123 North First St. Piione 138
4 44 4
rected a substantial stone House on
its property, which will be occupied
b Mr. and Mrs. Cameron and the
miners. Mr. .Cameron reported SJ
fcit of work on the i'liO' foot tunnel
that Is to be run under the moun
ti.in to tap the ore body.
it Is expected to arrive In Albuquer
que tomorrow afternoon. The car is
not running on a regular schedule
but the trip west is in the nature of
a trial. 3asollne furnishes the power
for the car.
I si I'I'll VfiKTI'llS AVIIJi Uti.
j New York. April 8. Several well
known American suffragettes will at
tend the coming woman's suffrage
convention in London. Among them
are the Kev. Anna Howard Shaw,
'who is president of the National
j American Woman Suffrage associa
' tioli. who is booked to sail on the
steamship Zeeland on Saturday. She
will be accompanied by Miss buoy
H. Anthony, a niece of the late Su
san H. Anthony; Miss Caroline Cros
sett. daughter of Mrs. Crossett. prrs
idtnt dl the New York State Suf
frage association; the Kev. Mary
."-afford, pastor of the I'nilurlan
chinch of Des Moines. Iowa, and Mfvs
Wilson, her assistant pastor.
Mrs. Ida llusted Harper, a prom
inent writer for the cause of wom
an, will also depart on the same day.
Iii.t on the Caronla.
Now Is the time to buy your Kaster
footwear. We are showing the most
complete and distinct styles In all the
desired leathers and white canvas.
Make your selections here, we'll
ph ase you. Itoscnw aid's shoe depart
ment. A li.V si" IT
is not nearly so easy ! gvl out of us
uii Alfred I'wiijainlii suit. Inclusive
nyciils here, lu-iijamiii I iron.
'rr. ct lotlics. .orrect rlc's. Itcn
1 NtXiKOKS IX MOl KXlXfJ.
New York, April 8. Harlem ne
groes are sad today after witnessing
:he wanton destruction of 1,000 fat
cr ick, ns that were roasted to a rich
brown then gburned to a crisp In a
tire which destroyed property at the
i feet of Fast 121th street. The fowls
ivut the property of H I.. Gold-r-cr
nnd were confined In his poul
tv yard. Several negroes In the
, crowd excitedly volunteered to res-
'o the fowls before death came, but
they were held back by the police
f EASTER SUITS AND DRESSES
AT NEW YORK PRICES
We arc a bi.iuch of a l;.rge New York .clothing and suit
coin pan . iloinn ''U"!n' s throughout the I'nited States. Ours are
posiiiwl .'i York varments of best qualify and style, and are
Sol. I) AT S'KW VOHK I'ltH'KS. Can you match these prices?
Suits worth :. 125 nnd $30
$11 und I5
at . .
:ilk. .-t no I I. Waists,
. ith and $10, at
s;t. XI ui.tl 5
V'olio and I'anama Skirts, the
finest made, worth $13, $14.
nnd $16, at. . . .$5, $0 ami $7
Lingerie Silk and Foulard
Dresses, worth $1 and $20.
at S3. $7 uiul $12
The New York Cloak & Suit Co.
UI.1 sOI TH MXXXI STUKKT.
ALL THE WAY UP
From tbe found tlon to the shlnglea on tbe root, we are seU
ln( BaUdlnc Material Cheaper than 70a hTe bonghl to
tommf yecj-s. (Save at least 25 per cent and
Rio Grande Material Lumber Co.
GOnYER THIRD AND UARQCETTm.
THE WHOLESALE GROCER
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Supio Cirootries tn
, the South west
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
ALBUQUEKQUE, N. M.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVEItY. BALE. IIOCD I r
8 ESI TURNOUTS TS TBV CITI
8trtt fetwo CuUU
Plioue 6. I1J John H.
Vp to date Inru-ouLs. Uet drivere
in the city. Proprietor ot "Sadie,"
the plcnlo wagon.
Our work la IUGLT lu cirrf
(irnmt. ilubba laintiilrj Co.
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