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WEDNEP&AY, Jt'Lt Si, 1900.
'ALBUQUETvOTrR CITIZEN. DOZEN OUTFITS LOOKING FOR ORE AN ANKLE BROKEN wis Rattan Hookers i A Report of .the Condition of THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO at the close of business July 3, J 909 (Monday, July 6, 1906 being a holiday.) RESOURCE Leans and Discounts Bonds and Other Securities Real Estate .... Furniture and Fixtures Cash and Due from other banks $i,cm.n8.58 10,000.00 12,000.00 5,550.00 507,172.98 $1, 627,961 66 LIABILITIES Capital Paid Up Surplus and Profits' .Deposits Subject to Check Time Certificates of Deposit . - i 150,000.00 - ... 42,128.14 . , . 57,12a00 478,710.42 ,' $1,827,961.56 Territory of New Mexico, County tot Bernalillo m. ' . I, W. S. Strickler, vice president and cashier of the. above named bank do solemn) v swear that the above statement isvtrue to the best of my know ledge and belief. W. S. STRICKLER, - Vice President and Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3rd day of July A. D. 1909 R. M. MERR1TT Notary Public Correct Attest SOLOMON LUNA J.C. BALDR1DGE W. J. JOHNSON Snnilia ami Manzano Mountains Are lirtcn an Overhauling hy Loral People. There are at least a dozen outfit Working In the andia and Manzano mountains between Bernalillo and Abo Paw, and If there le any paying ore In the district some of these oozen outtlts should' And it. There Is more activity on the west side of these mountains than ever before, but very little Is being said. Some of the camps are doing their work so quietly that only the persona In the immediate vicinity and the men furnishing the money for t!te enterprises know about them. Wheth er it la the purpose of these persons to keep the public In Ignorance of what they are doing or whether they some day hope to surprise the city and their friends with, prosperous mines le not known.,) . Some of the Sales Agent For Lumber foiiiianj Painfully Injured In Accident Near KeUnei . J. B. Koch, general sn s agent for the American Lumber ci .apany, who lives at 104 North Elght'i street, was brought to the city last night from Kettner, N. M., and plac l In Pt. Jo seph'e hospital suffering ! nn a com pound fracture of the left ankle. The Injury, while a painful ai I sever one. Is not expected to caute Mr. Koch the loss of his leg. The accident occurred at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon about three miles from Kettner. Mr. Koch, together with his 13-yer-old son, and Mr. Sawyer, an officer of the lumber com pany, were driving In a light mountain wagon, looking over some timber land. They attempted to drive across a slight erosion made by the rain.. As the front wheels of the wagon went persons furnishing money for mining into the ditch, the ponies Jumped. Mr. Sawyer was thrown out on his head in the Manzano moutains have male an effort to conceal their connectloa with propositions they are financing. But the digging Is going on. For some months past an outfit of men has been working Industrious and shoulders, lighting In the ditch. Mr. Koch and the boy stuck to the vehicle until It was out of the ditch, but Mr. Koch lost the lines. The pon Its started to run, Mr. Koch Jumped, ly on property above what Is known I believing that he could get out and FOPOLAR COUPLE WEDDED TODAY Tliey Will Spend Three Months Honeymoon Trip Through Europe. Or.e of the prettiest home, weddings of the season was solemnized this af ternoon at 4 o'clock when Mr. Wil liam D. Hartley and Mrs. yiolet Wil son, were united in marriage by the Rev. Dr. Harwood at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. L. K. Benedict, 824 South Fourth street. Mr. LeRoy Benedict, brother of the bride, acted as best man, while Miss Lula Bene diet attended the bride. The bride and groom descended the broad stairs to the sweet strains of Mendelssohn's wedding march played fcy Mrs. Keith, and the beautiful ring ceremony was performed by Dr. Har wood tinder a canopy of flowers. The bride was dressed In gold braided crepe de chin, over pale blue taffeta and carried a bridal bouquet of roseg. Only the relatives and a few imme diate friends witnessed the ceremony. Immediately after the ceremony a re ception was tendered the guests and a wedding supper was served. A num ber of relatives of the groom who re side In Las Vegas were present, among them his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hartley, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill, Miss Irene Hartley, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hartley and Mrs. Wight Davis. The newly married couple will leave this evening for Niagara Falls and New York, from whence they will sail on July 2th on the steamer La Lorraine for Havre, France, for an extended tour of Europe, visiting Scotland, Switzerland and Italy. They expect to return In about three months. ID ON HIS SHOES ANO ID ON CARPET Caretaker and Watchman at Iimtxr Plant Mixed and Appeared In In tMirt. Celso Espanosa, caretaker at the offices of the American Lumber com pany, swore out a warrant In Judge Craig's court this morning, charging J. W. Phillips, night watchman at the mills, with assault with Intent to kill Espanosa exhibited a couple of lumps on the back of his head as evldencti ft the assault. . ' Phillips was arrested and taken bft fore Judge Craig, but asked to hare the trial postponed until tomorrow, and gave a 1200 appearance bond.- According to Espanosa, Phillips walked across the lawn at the mill this morning and got his feet muddy and then cleaned them on the carpet In the office. Espanosa says that he reproved Phillips, they engaged in word pingpong for a minute and Phil lips struck him with a pistol. Espan osa says the gun exploded and he be lieves that Phillips shot at him. At torney Vegil represents Espanosa. WILL COMPROMISE CAMINO REAL ROW Northern Territorial Towns Want the Highway, But All Can't Be Accommodated. I ai. the Highland . Mary mine in t'na ( Hell Canyon district.' They have i been taking out considerable lead ore. A few days ago a gang of men was set to work building a road from the mine to the tncMj a distance f five miles and a half, over which ore is t.i be hauled. The mesa road la good and the ore wlH "Ie placed aboard the cars at Barr station, the nearest point on the railroad.' i Just how much ore has been taken 'from this prop trty ha not been given to the public, but it Is said that it is almost clear ara I Irm . t , Up In the Sandta' mountains are two outfits . putting tn hard knocks trying to get down to pay ore. The Lii Luz Mining company Is driving a tunnel 600 feet down the side of the mountain to tap a vein, whlh appears on the surface. By following the vein 500 feet of work would "nave had to be done to show the vein, which will now be tapped by about 100 feet of work. Near the La Luz mine Is the Val ley View property, owned by J. A. Blondln. property called the' Annex made a splendid showing this summer undr assessment work. stop them, but the wagon lurched just as he Jumped and he was thrown sideways. . His ankle snappcdN when he struck the ground. The boy climb ed safely to the ground from the rear of the wagon. The team was caught and Mr. Koch was taken . to Kettner and then fcrought here. Mr. Sawyer escapes with a few bruises. RIO GRANDE IS ItanWicrs Digging Acequlas Arrows Klver Bed to Readier Water Must Italn Within Ten Pays Says One. While Albuquerque is patiently waiting for the good- roads commis sion to do a little work on the Camino Real In the Rio Grande valley, the most thickly settled and biggest tax paying district in the territory, the small towns of Raton, Cimarron, Laa Vegas and Springer are fighting over a proposed route for the Scenic High way from Raton south. The Scenic Highway and the Ca mino Real are the same, only the people of the mountain district think that the Scenic Highway Is a more picturesque name. The Camino Real, which in English means the King's "Unless good rains fall up north within ten days the Rio Grande at Albuquerque will be flowing entirely underground, and crops will suffer Thin nronertv anil -another . severely." i j nis siaiemem was maae looay oy a local rancher, who also said that I water at present was scarce In the But it Is In the Hell canyon district valley, although no damage had re- wiiere me inupi acuviLy in found, and it is declared that the peo ple of Albuquerque will awaken tome morning and find a big mine at the city's door. WELL DRILLERS ARE HERE FROM ROSWELL Tltey Will Drill Additional Wells to Xlelp Out tle Present Supply. suited on ranches owing water rights or acequla shares. The main current of the Rio Gran de swings from one shore to the other and as a result the receding" water has left long stretches of river bed Over a week ago, ranchers and thel employee began digging acequlas across the river bed In order to reach the. water and. convey It to their land The-Rio Grande flow flows In' only one small 'stream but es yet there Is sufficient current to make It adequate for irrigation purposes where dltche are properly constructed. By extend ing 'the dltchee up the dry river; bed for considerable distances and,, the cutting them, into the flowing ' water, Citizen want ads bring results. o TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. WANTED 1 or 2 rooms furnished with bath preferred, for a young married couple; close In; no sick ness; permanent party. Address S, care Citizen office. New alfalfa not agreeing with your stock we can furnish you old. well cured alfalfa, which Is safe. K. W. Fee. 212 W. Iioad Ave., Phone It. o We do good laundry work. Hl'HBS LAUNDRY COMPANY. o Joseph Carper, of the firm of Car- A. .....II .1 ; 1 1 .... n i . 1. 1 - - - o --'' . . . ' ' I'll km. duiid, ncn ui ill. i ii, Biuvru 1 1 1 1 a .. . . . , . - Highway, is a road to be built by con-I morning from Roswell to start work ' V'!","'?-5l'Tln C',y. h.aVV" Vict lahor from lhP rnrAn lino .. f MMU. ...,,..-"-"- mm-naing. me mil OI ini mayor domos In charge of the" ditches , have been forced In most i cases I mount strict guard over the acequlas to see that In no case Is the water ine new wens win do lunk north wasted and that every land, owne or tne aoumwestern Brewery and gets enough but no more than me oania re iracas. rumps needed to tide his crops over th win De piacea on tne wells and the drouth. Water Will be nlnert to the .nmnnnv'a plant at the corner of Tlleras aven and Broadway, where it will be into the mains. Proprietary Medicines Prescribed Doctors. by Examination of the formulary de partment of leading drug stores throughout the country has proved that a very large percentage of the prescriptions filled for doctors are for proprietary medicines. This Is because the average doctor of today is unable to devise prescrip tions equally as efficacious. Such standard remedies as Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound are prescribed over and over again by fair-minded physicians throughout the country. WE SU.L IT tXJIl LESS. wk siajj it ixm lkss. WE FURNISH Two Ro"m Complete for Ml. XV Three lUwwix Complete for tfll.l.V Investigate our new easy payment plan. A Dollar or two a week will do Monthly if desired. fft EE .'U-Piece Pinner Set with every purchase of $TiO.OO or over. CROWN FURNITURE CO.. 114 West Cold. T.-I.6U1. WE MCI.Ij IT FOR LKSS. VK fcELL IT IX)K LES6. E Tri-week!y xcursions m Tuesdays Thursdays Saturdays Round Trip Rate Los Angeles San Diego - . Redondo Beach Catalina Island San Francisco Santa Barbara $35 00 35.00 35.00 . 37.25 45.00 35 0rJ Tickets limited to November 30, 1909 Glad to unwei" questions WM. BALFOUR, Agent. Trinidad to Texas near El Paso. From Trinidad to Santa Fe the people chose to call it the Scenic Highway. From Santa Fo south, whenever It Is built, it will be the Camino Real. The road will be completed from Raton tu Trinidad this week. Convicts from the Colorado penitentiary are doing the work on the Colorado end and are expected to finish within a few days. The rivalry over the route the road shall take south of Raton is a ques tion which is bothering Governor Curry Just now. Cimarron, although considerably ofT the direct line, wants the road built there, and Springer, which Is on the direct route, wants the road to be built as originally plan ned. Raton seems to favor Cimarron, and Las Vegas is sitting quietly by watching the contest, while Santa Fe Is complaining that there Is a sh'irt bit of road between Las Vegas and that place not completed. The good roads commission has been called up on to settle the controversy and the indications are that there wl'l be a compromise. Springer will get a road built by convict labor serviceable for automobiles and the Scenic High way will be built via Mora, Cimarron, Dawson and Black Lake. Governor Curry will give the mat ter his attention next week. His in terest so far In the matter has earned tor him the title of the "Good Roads Governor" and when the northern end Is completed Albuquerque and the Rio Grande valley desires to Join In the enthusiasm. Governor Curry has promised to leave Snnta Fe Fri day, July S3, for Las Vegas, and Sun day have the Meadow City on a trip over the proposed route of the Scenic Highway to Raton. He will Inspect both routes and will be accompanied by Territorial Engineer Sullivan. for the Water Supply company. other members of the firm are ex pected to arrive tomorrow. The ma chinery has been shipped from Ros well and Is expected here dally. . ny's nue put' CITIZEN WANT ADS BRING RESULTS. constipation causes headache, nau sea, dizziness, languor, heart palpita t.on. Drastic phyMcs gripe, sicken weaken tne Dowels and don t cure, Doan's Regulets act gently and cure constipation. 25 cents. Ask you druggist. A SORROWFUL REVERIE The most durable ot ' all rockers without ex- H ception. are Rattan i Rockers. They can be used and abused witb- $ out fear or judgment. For porch use, they arc real comfort and owing to its lightness the Rattan Rocker is a boon to every housewife. We have a large i assortment 1 to select Irom, as low as i.UU as hih as $27.50 each. furniture, Carpets and Draperies 308-310 W. Central a a W:Y..(S? CELEBRATED I. i t We ll SEE 1" VA,vT!ll'Vu mmsmmmmm TOW DIVISION OK COI'KT .o.ist .Mils. m:nj Thi' ruse of unlawful itosnrrxliin iy Ered J. Otero, A. J. OteVi and M ,S. oiero, executor until r Uie Istit will of Mrs. Eilomrria otero, de-ctas.-d. iiguiiiht their sister, Dolores Otero Berg, to oust tier from the fam ily home, corner of Roma and Thir teenth, wax heard In Judge Mod. 1 lan's court this morning. Judgment was rendered against the defendant, who immediately gave notice of ini appiul to the district court, through her attorney, John Jiurron btrg, 1 Washington, D. C Attorney E. W. Dotj.-oii appeared for the pluintifl s. The court asked .Mrs. licrg to put up a lioml of ijlii) to secure an appe-41. Tii- mini who marrie in liatLe , no difficulty in knoutng wii.it to with hU .eisme. .J Don't 1 t the baby sutftr from ec zema, sores or any itching of the fckii. Doan's Ointment gives instant relic', cures quickly. Perfectly safe lor ch.l tlrn. All druggirts sell It. J ih-'-f, Arx :--V isss -Xr- .,..-' V'".-;' Consolidated Liquor Go. EVERYTHING. IN OUR LINE Writs tor Illustrated Catalog and Price List OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 121 and 123 North First St, Ph05 38 L'ncle Persimmons: D fair sex am growln' lazier an" wuflesser ebery day. Heart's de ole woman gone out to hoe de cohn an' lef me wifout matches an' now I gotter go in an' git some oufn de kitchen mahself! ALL THE WAY UP From the foundation to the shingles on the root, ws ars selling Building Material Cheaper than you hav bought for many years. Save at least 25 per ceM and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material $ Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORKKIt THIRD AVD MARQECTTB " j "OLD RELIAFJLE" ESTABLISHED 17J. ' L. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS : Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Ptoi k in the Southwest. of Staple Groceries FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS g CENTRAL AVENUE ALELQUERL'fi) .s. j Builders and Finishers Supplier RaUve atMl CtUaafo Lunker, kOierwla-WlUlaju Yimi liu 1 -mm. 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