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PAGE Tiinix. Monday, October 2 1903. THE 'ALBUOUEROUE MORNING TOUR NAT. V 7 SANTA FE TICKET CLERK lip FOR EMBEZZLEMENT Guy Pierce Charged With Stealing Company's Money. HAD BEEN IN LOCAL STATION BUT A BRIEF TWO MONTHS uuy nereo, for two months past ana unui Inst Monday morning: the day ticket clerk of the Santa Ft rail road In the local station, was arrested yesterauy morning by local officer and placed in the county jail on cnarge or embezzlement of companv 'u"4 " arrest was made on n complaint sworn to by Special Officer Hen Williams, who has been here for some days past investigating the short, age in the local office. Thus far $200 is missing which Is charged to Pierce'- account. Pierce come to Albuquerque a llttk more than two months ago from Kan sas .lty. He had been employed then by the Santa Fe and was an exnerienc ed maii, having had some service as n conductor In Kentucky and the south He was placed In charge of the day passenger business and handled large sums of money. It was not until aftei his removal laRt Monday that the shortages In the accounts became no ticeable, and an investigation follow ed which led to yesterday's arrest. It Is alleged that Pierce made a practice of appropriating money paid to him to be used in purchasing tick ets for people at other points to coim to Albuquerque. It Is a common prac tice to make a deposit in the local of fice of the railroad and have 'an or der wired to some other point for n ticket to th!s city, or any other point desired. The ticket clerk has full charge of the business and is able to order tickets at will, not having to check up on his orders until the end of the month. In this way it Is possi ble to cover up such shortages for a considerable time. This is the way In which It Is charged Pierce -did the work charged to him. Up to last night Pierce had made no effort to give bond. HURLEY BACK FROM SOUTHERN TRIP SANTA FP. C.KXKUAL MAXAGFIÍ HAS BFKX ATTFXDIXG MK1ÍT IXG OF DKI-m' DIItfrXTOltK. General Manager J. E. Hurley, or the Santa Fe, who has been In southern New Mexico for several days, returned-to Albuquerque last night at 11:30 o'clock on a special train. He was accompanied by Superintendent Parker of the western division and by the local division anperlntendents. After remaining here half an hour, the train went on east. While he has been looking over track in southern New Mexico, Mr. Hurley's trip was primarily to attend a imeeting of the board of directors of the new union depot now under con struction In El Paso. INDIAN INSPECTOR NESLER RESIGNS FROM SERVICE HAS IJEKX OXK OF THIO BEST OF riOIAI,S KVF.lt KMPIOYFl) IJY THE GOVKKXMKXT. The oeoule of Albuquerque and of Xew Mexico will be Interested to learn of the resignation from the govern ment Indian service of Inspector mines r. .esier, wno has made many trips to this city, and who is well known here. Mr. Xesoler was the first inspector appointed in the sen-ice under the Mc kinley administration, nnd Garrett A. Hobart, vice president at the time, was his backer. He was appointed June 28, IS97. At the Indian office it Is stated that Xessler has been one of the best In spectors the pervice has known. He Is well known in the southwest, having nan cnarge of the ajlotment of the Ki owa Indian reservation a little over three years ago. That work", It will be recalled, resulted in charges being pre ferred by S. M. Broslus, agent in Washington of the Indian Rights asso ciation, against Colonel J. F. Randlet't and Mr. Xessler. Francis E. Leupti now commissioner of Indian affairs, was sent by (ho president as a special agent to investigate these-charges, the Investigation resulting In the com.ilme vindication of Colonel liandlett and Mr. Xessler. Further than that, the Allotment of these Kiowa lands, situat ed near and about Anardarko, O. T.. has since bwn declared to have been one of the best pieces of work ever done by the Indian office. Mr. Xessler will engage In business at his old home In Xewark, X. J., suc ceeding his father in the bitter's old established business as a manufactur ing jeweler. Mr. Xessler' successoi has not been appointed. 4 ' Tucson, 'Arizona. W. E. NEAL, Albuquerque, New Mexico. My Dear Sir : Your letter, with notice, has just reached me. I was aware from my policy, that L would be entitled to a "dividend" at this time, but I had no knowledge upon which to base an opinion as to the amount of the dividend. I certainly did not expect that it would be anywhere near the amount you mention ($24.15 cash). This is nearly one-eighth of my an nual premium, $204.50. I am more than pleased with thip showing. I inclose herewith check for $204.50. The present diyidned, and subsequent ones unless otherwise instructed will be left to purchase additional insurance. You know we have to protect the wife and babies, even if we have to go with out a vacation ourself. ' I hope to have the pleasure of meeting you here soon. Very sincerely, W. V. WHITMORE. y - WOULD TOU I.IKE TO IIAVE A POLICY LIKE THE ABOVE 7 WE HAVE A FEW MORE LEFT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE 7. E. HEAL, Albuquerque, N. IJ. Gir.eral Agent for New Mexico, Arizona and Western Texas. FISHY STORY OF HOLDUP ON SOUTH END PAKSFAGF.K UKLATF.S HOW TIIF. MOrXTF.I) POLICE PPT STAKE OX WOI LIMIE KOBKERS. A passenger from Socorro yesterday told the Journal reporter a tale of an attempted hold up on the Rio Grande division Saturday, which story has not yet found reliable confirmation. Ac cording to the tale of the passenger, the southbound train came to a stand still three or four times above Helen, n short distance, and footsteps were heard running around and over th tops of the coaches. Word was passed around in the cars that the train war being held up and Lieutenant Cipriano Haca, of the Xew Mexico mounted po lice and two privates of the same or ganization loaded their firearms . and went out to Investigate. The would-be highwaymen then disappeared in the darkness and the train proceeded. MURDERER OF DEPUTY SHERIFF ARRESTED LOt IS KAVF.KO IX TOIIS FOR KXIFIXG "LITTLE IUI.LIE" , LONG. Douglas, Ariz., Oct. L TlangVr Old nt Xogales has arrested Luis llavero who is wanted nt Clsbee for the mur der of "little Hlllie" Long, deputy sheriff and night watchman at Hlsbee about seven years ago. j The murder of Umg was one of the most sensational affairs of the kind in the history of Hlsbee. The officer was on his way home one night after hav ing guarded n voting booth during an election, when his slayer attacked him with a knife. In the fierce fight which followed Long received ruts and stabr all over his body, nnd.dled within n few minutes after the Mexican made hiit escape. ' At the time every effort was made to5 arrest the slayer, but by hard rid ing he reached the line ahead of hii niirsiiera n-nd escaped capture. There whereabouts of Kavero In Mexico have been known to the Ariz ona authorities ever since the murder but Owing to the carelessness of offl clkls on the other ide of the line, n,. extradition could be effected. Take your boolrs and ningny.lnos to Mltchner's nnd have them ncatl.T bound before they become damaged or destroyed. fTTTt What part of this paper do you uppose I the most Interesting to the person who Is eagerly looking for a furnUhed room or boarding Jiluce'.' la your ad In that part of the paper? Give nil trial. We feel rare thai our good and prices will pienso you. Everything ftrst-rltts. F. G. Pratt Co, ' HAILKOAI) MEXt , Wlirn desiring TRAIN HOOK COV ERS to to MÜcIiciut's, at the Journal oftli-e. Get n handsome net of ware worth S7.68 free. See the Albuquerque Hard ware Co.' advei lisi tnent in thin puv: for particulars. . PHELPS-DODGE PEOPLE NOT REMOVING KIBBEY DOCGLAS 1)1 ;X IES ASKING PRESI DENT TO CAN ARIZONA ' GOVERNOR. Walter Douglas, general .manager ot the Copper Queen Mining company of Hishee and tin! other Phelps-Dod'iM. interests In southern Arizona, spent ,'esterday In Phoenix in attendance on l he supreme court, leaving for the south last night, says the Phoenix Gu-i tto. Lite in the afternoon a reporter tiled on Mr. Douglas and asked hinii there was any truth In the state ment published that he told a repre- entatlve citizen of Cochise county that the Phelps-Dodge Interests had een to President Roosevelt In an ef fort to secure the removal of Gov nor Kibbey. Mr. Douglas had hot yet heard of the publication and bis surprise and indignation 'was great. At this mo- nent Colonel Herring came up and handed Mr. Douglas a cojiy of the pa- er. Alter reading It, Mr. Doug!a aid: v The statement Is false I iv -every re spect; It is absolutely a tissue of lies. 'he Phclps-Ioilge Interests have not. nd neither h is any other company with which I am conncctv.1. been to he president to secure the removal of lovernor Kibbey." We have just received a shipment of National Biscuit Company Cakes and Crackers, in bulk and packages. These goods are recognized as the finest produced and' we guarantee them to give satisfaction. Colonist Untes to llio Northwest. Commencing aeptember 15th and dally thereafter until October 31st, the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Bill ings, Butte. Helena and Missoula nt rate of $3,1. 9!"; Spokane and Walla Walla, $38.45; Portland, Seattle and T-.icoma, $38.95. For mrtleulars call on any agent of the Santa Fe. , . H. S. LUTZ, Agent. Albuquerque, N. M. ' If you need a carpenter, llessehlen. telephone tf SPECIAL Xew Size Xablsco Wafers, nit flavors, per puck; ,10c Cheese Sandwiches, per package Almond Bon Hons, something new'iper package.... Frotana a biscuit with a fruit filling, per package Graham (Crackers, Ver pntkago Uneeda Biscuits, per package ITneeda Ginger Wafers, per package Butter Thin Wafers, per package Oat Meal Crackers, per package Zwieback, per package Vanilla Wafers, per package Faust Oyster Crackers, per package .Saratoga Flakes, per package City Soda Crackers, 1-lb package City Soda Crackers, 2-lb package Champagne Wafers, per package Ramona Waf.'rs, per package Bulk Fancy Sweet Wafers of ull kinds, per pound . , ,20c , . 20c , . I0 . Ion , . So .10c .loo .10c . tr; .loo . 10c .2iKr . 10c . 20o .30c Xew Imported Figs Xow on tho Market. 1-lb Basket Smyrna Figs , an,. 2 ',4 -lb Basket Smyrna Figs ; ; ,,-,,. 114 -lbs Fancy Figgs, In glass (-,c I) KINK W HIT E U O C K T A It L E W A T E K The Jaffa Grocery Company "GOOD THINGS TO EA T Automatic Phone 211 Colo, phone Blk 202 Uhe Correct Thing in Mq Fa JTuit you'll be süre to find right here. This store is Just the place to get the earliest points on what to wear. Every new fad can be found here as It Is established In New Tork. Every young man, every man who feels young and every man who appreciates good clothes will at once be In sympathy with our stock. Step In for a moment See whit the new season has brought forth. Single and Double Breasted S'ults perfectly cut and perfectly tailored. $12.50.$15. 18. $20.$25 JSfebu JVecRbvear Wish I could call every n.an In town to the telephone and ask him to como to see my new Xockwear. The new fall shapes are pretty, the sHks ore new, and my neckwear department these days Is a sort of a "beauty show." Dunlap Hats. Nettleton's Fine Shoes. A complete line of fall Underwear In stock. Nelson Sj jo and Jf.bo Sioes DanUip Hats Neitlctun's Shoes iii iii ill ir i. r- 4""I'JT. r fin 1S', 7 .41 i t r"(7,!;7 ,,", 1 f .' I 1 í 'i M HI I 1 1 t 1? AS V, 7715 r pi" M.MANDELL Fine Clothing & Furnishings, Albuquerque Manhattan Shirts EarU Wilson Shirts yager U ndertvear Albviquerqie Roof Paint IMPERVIOUS TO HEAT OR COLD. CONTAINS NO ACID. WILL NOT RUN, . CRACK OH BLISTER. 4 NONE BETTER SOLD BY THE GALLON OR CON TRACTS MADE. Bor radaile & Co Ajenla. .717 West Gold Avenue TliOS. h KELEUER Leather, Harness, Saddles Lap Axle Dusters, Whips, Oils, Eta, Paints, Oils and Varnishes One Gallon Devoee Paint Caven SOI Square Feet, Vwo Coata Palmetto Itoof paint .'Hope Lcaba. 40t WEST RAILKOAI VTOCC WM. FHRR Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats KAl'SAGK A SPECIALTY TOR C.Vn'LK AND HOtJS IUGGEST MARKKT P1UCE TA1D eee:ee-:-e-:e-:-e:e:-4-e:e e-:-:--:-e-:-e-:-e-:-vte-5-- Try them e next time you com also 11ml tin Ir brands at There's Com fort In smoking good cigars, we have several different brands of such which you must have In order to pleuse smokers. We think we can please them ell. Our Don Ricardo and Ia Plain lOagle at 15c, 2 for 25o, and our Don Florin at 3 for 25c, seema to make a hit with most of them, down town. Cigarette smokers will e e e e e e e e MAX GUSSAHOFF TWO BIG STOR.ES 107 Secoud Street 115 Railroad Avenue :.t.:.e.:.e.:.ee.:.eee.:.e 5I2MLE THE SECURITY WAREHOUSE !2ñM! AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY mooiipoiiATao Ptorlnir, Trnnsferrlnff, Dlstrlbutlnv, ete. Bpeclal (tUracrr furl)ltlis for merrlmnU and manii facturers dculrlntr pnce tor CHrlond lot. 8epural compartmeuui tor f urnltuee, plano, ele Storuge rates Klveu upon tippl lcat ton. Snfimt and most up-to-dute warcbouns In nuuthwwt. Automiitle l'lione lllli Colo. I'bone, Hed 201-a Warehouse No. I, 414 416 Marquette Av. Correspondence Solicited. P. O. Box 301 Albuquerque, N. M. Offices: Grant Block I I 1j p'oces of Fancy Velvets, n crushed ef fects and metal, dots and figures, one dollar value. Special.. 75c THE E.eWMI e Albuquerque's Brightest and Busiest Store ChamoisSkin Window Cleaners Very Special at 5 cents each Ready-to-Wear Department KIX'OM) t'LOOU .in-lncli Vunt SiiIIm nt $15.00 These suits are made of cheviots and gray mixtures In the desirable double-breasted coat style; coat collar -Applied velvet. The coats are strl lly man-tailored, half taffeta, lined and finished with bone buttons. The skirts are plaited and very be-eomluir. 50-liHli Coat Suits nt $25.00 These suits are especially attractive, being made of pearl gray worsted, "In the new collarless coat effect, finished at the nerk wilh silk and self-strap, embellished with many rows of stitching; new full sleeves with cuffs; plaited skirts. 50-lncli t'oul Suits nt $35.00 These suits are made of men's wear worsteds, In pretty grays; the coat Is tailor made and lined through out with taffeta; It has the new fly front, velvet collar, self-cuffs and bone buttons; the skirt is plaltad. ItoadliM-ss in tho Skirt Department Walking Skirts of light weight materials being the demand, we have given spechil attention to their selection. ' Shown are the new grays and blacks, In styles that have fashion's approval. Plulted and tailored styles, priced from $1.00 to , Í $15.00 Newness In Women's Italu fonts So Important n garment Is not to be overlooked by the well-dressed woman. The best that designers and manufacturers can produce ts offered uur trade at prices that moke popular this department. In all rain-proof materials, priced from $10.00 to $25.00 Kvonlng Conts Of Imported broadcloth, In white and champagne, In three-quarter length loose-fittliifj models; lined with satin and elaborated with braid and velvet. Special value ut $35.00 The New Ready-t o-WearHats PvveloiM'd to a Point of Kxtrenii' Lvcelloncc fOX OIH ISIX'OM) IU)Olt. Tho growing demand for correct, moderately priced- millinery Is more than satisfied In the rich nnd varied showing now ready for the Inspection of our patrons. Specially prked at.. $5.00 to $10.00 fr"í? Ill FALL CAMPAIGN IS FAIRLY O.V. Our well chosen stocks signal t their readiness to serve the people better than they have ever been served before. Tho exhibit embraces the richest, best and brightest styles that were ever produced as yell as the conservative and less costly creations for ordinary use. Peing leaders wo are not working on theories nor inflating balloons with gaseous advertisements. The people jvant the facts. They want the proper stoc ks -in the proper stylos In the proper variety at the proper prices all of which we give them here. No words can convey more than an Imperfect bien of the procession of style and elegance artistic creations and matchless values passing from our counters to consumers day by day. This Is the result of accumulated knowledge of years of experience in catering to the wants of the people of this city. Head on. Infants' & Children's Coats & Bonnets AITI MX LINKS AUK ( OMPLiriIO (Second floor) Wonderfully fascinating (s this delightful new showing of exquisitely dainty wears for the little folks. Never before such preparation here to meet tie? requirements of the most exacting, mammas. Withered, indeed, must be th? soul that can find no -delight In this exhibit of hundreds of "Just the dearest" lltth? garments possible to conceive and you are welcome. Children's Angoru) Fur nnd Crochet ed Silk IlonncU for $1.25 nnd $2.00. Infants' nnd Children's New F.m broldered Silk Pounets, prettily trim med In lace, fur and hemstitching, fur C'J--. Infants' New Long Coats, In l'.ed ford Cord, made with large circular cape, prettily trimmed with ribbon or braid, $2.50, $2.75, 8:1.50, $1.50, Children's New Iteaver ami Fell Mats, also New Heaver Pokes, some handsomely trimmed, from $1.50 up to $7.50. Children's New Keefers nnd Coals, while and colored, In Serge, Uroad cloth and Zibellne, made double breasted, belted back, sizes one to five years, for $1.00, $1.50, $0.00 and $7.50. A handsome new assortment of Children's Coats In Itearskln, Itlpple Plush, Cashmere and Silk, handsome ly trimmed and mbrnlderod from $1.50 up to $25.00. Whists for, ImmddioLto WeJLvr Karly Fall demands waists of n. little heavier fabric than ' , for summer, ami here they are. Stylish, dressy fresh, natty, Early Fall Waists In In Voile, Nun's Veiling and Hrllllaittlne, best of styles nnd shade, $1.75 and up. Waists of Nun's Veiling and Poplin, plain ami fancy trimming, ull the popular fall shades, $2.75 and up. Plaid Waists In Silk, the hi-st as sortment of patterns, new style sleeve and stock, $1.05. , Plaid Waists in Mohair material, fancy shirred yoke, large sleevo with deep cuff, $2,05. New Silks and Dress Goods I 'ALL OP 1905 Our collections are now complete In every detail. With largely Increased sidling space In our Press floods section we nre now In n position to serve our patrons better than ever. Style, quality, variety, value that's nil you want, nnd that's what we have to offer. 42-inch Henrietta. In nil colorsspecially juiced this week at 65o. 4.'-liu li Oerman Henrietta, all colors and black, per yard, $1.00. 45-Inch Prunella and Melrose, all colors and black, per yard, $1.00. All-wool Panamas, Poplins und all the wanted weaves.' Proadeloth, In chiffon weight, B2 Inches wide, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50, $2.00 nnd $2.50 n yard. The Illack Clnods Section Is complete In all the wanted weaves, such as Proadeloth, Drnp do Ete, Mohairs. Lnnsdowne, Crepe de Paris, Ktamlnes, Koliennes. Panamas, Albratross and Nun's Veiling nt all popular prices, ranging from 5(k' for Albatross to $2.50 for Im ported Chiffon Ilroadcloth. All-wool Imported Flannel, In neat dots figures and effective Persian designs and colora, for house gowns, dressing surquea nrul kimonos, nt 50i; the yard. HV.K WINDOW PIKPLAV. Women's Fino Gloves The famous Trefousse, leaders In fashionable stores of nil cities; without a peer In fit, finish and superlative quality. Prices no higher than for other kinds. Every pulr carefully fitted and fully warranted. Many effects and finishes, ranging at tl."0, $1.75 nnd. $2.00 per pulr. ' , , , ' Other handsome nnd serviceable a loves nt $1.00, $ 1.25 '; sd " l.flt, uchings & Ruff lings We nro bIkk itiwr a very attractive line of Neck Ituchlng In black, white and tf Iim,W. -It cf"w, effective patterns. Also n full lino of Ituffllugs; In all U lyut Joe, J.V, 25c, S,V- per yard and up. V'VOMX'S'XKW XWKWEAIt ' The newest production of the season In Stocks. Collars and Cullnr and Cuff Rets, lu lace, embroidery. ' silk nnd wnshablo materia!-. Special values lit 85c, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and up to $2.00 ac h.