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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 18 August 1905

ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1905 PAGE SEVEN. RIFLE THAT KILLED JOHN WILKES BOOTH '" Howling Grt'i-n, O., Aug. 18. The gun tliut avfiipcil th death of Presi dent Lincoln, a gun which collectors would jslve a sinull fortune for, la en Joying a peaceful old nge among Its admirers of this country. This gun. which is the rifl with Which Huston Corbet t shot WTLkes Booth after the assassination of Pres ident Lincoln by Hooth, is still a ser vlrtible arm, and bears few marks to lni'.icute the strenuous life it has led. The weapon wp one of the Henry rifles i.-.-'.i.i m I'aion sharpsliooters during the war. It was carried l.y Hostoti Corbet t, a cavalryman in Col. E. G. Conger's command, and was used by Corbett against Hooth when the latter was hilling in a barn, to which pursuit by federal soldiers had driven him. Corbett acted against orders when he fired the shot that wounded Booth, and for this breach of discipline he was court-martialed and the weapon taken from Mm....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 18 August 1905

Q ALHUOUEUOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE EIGHT. FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1905 i i 1 j i u Bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children To entirely close out the balance of our Summer Footwear we have gain cut the price. Every pair of shoes Included In this tale I tak en from our regular stock and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have not all sizes in every style, but are sure that out of the whole lot we can suit and fit you. Men s Oxfords . . $2.50 cut to $1.85 Men's Oxfords . . 3.00 cut to 2.25 Men's Shoes . . 2.50 cut to 1.95 Men's Shoes . . . 3.00 cut to 2.40 Women's Oxfords . 1.85 cut to 1.45 Women's Oxfords . . 2.50 cut to 1.95 Women's Oxfords . 3.00 cut to 2.45 Women's Shoes 1.75 to 3.50 cut to 1.35 to 2.75 DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. Are those that have stood the test of practical experience. In this res pect the groceries we sell are above eren the breath of suspicion. No brand that is at all questionable in quality can find a place In our store. Patrons favoring us with their order...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

0F cosc.nr.s3 ALBUaUERaUE EYENING CITIZEM VOLUME 19 ALHUQUEKQUE. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10, 1905. NUMBER 21G TRANS-MISSISSIPPI COMMERCIAL CONGRESS OUR SPORTS Adopted Report of Committee on Permanent Or ganization With Nomination of Officers For Ensuing Year. KANSAS CITY CHOSEN PLACE OF NEXT MEETING Resolutions Reported in Favor of Removing Consular Appointments From Politics, For Immigration Congress and Good Roads. FATAL FIRE DESTROYS INN AND ENDANGERED EXPOSITION Portland, Aug. 19. The Trans-M-fssisslppi congress adopted the re port of the committee on permanent organization, which carried with it the endorsing- of officers for the en suing year. They are: President David R. Francis, St. Louis, Mo. First Vice President H. D. Love land, San Francisco, Cal. Second Vice President L. .B Prince, Santa Fe, N. Mi Third Vice President N. G. Larl more, Larimore, N. D. Fourth Vice President C. A. Fel lows, Topeka, Kan. Secretary Arthur F. Francis, Crip ple Creek, Colo., who wa...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

ALHUQUEIIQUK KVKN1NG CITIZEN PAGE TWO SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1905. CONVICTS ESCAPE FROM PENITENTIARY Scale Wal!s in Dead of Night and are Still at Large. POSSE AND BLOODHOUNS PURSUING Two prisoners, Edgar Llndsey, sen tenced from Dona Ana county on Ap ril 10, 1H05, for one year lor larceny wl a horse, and Jack Hall, sentenced from Pan Miguel county, December U, 1903, for burglary, and who had hut short terms to serve, made their es cape from the territorial penitentiary at Santa Fe about midnight Thursday night by sca;ing the walls. The two convicts were on duty on what Is called the "yard force," anil therefore were not locked up at night. They were engaged in firing for the brick yard, where fires are kept up day and night. The two men had been looked upon as trusties and hence were put on the yard force. Thry managed to scale the walls at a point w hfch is in dense shadow at certain hours of the night, and which could not well be watched by the guards In the towers on the walls. The ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

8ATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1905. ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN, PACK THREB TNE -MEWSPAPERS OF- ALBUQUERQUE Mil IPunQlltfdg Tg&lhif' UlUaUMJURWWIWIKBRI That's what's helping to make our City the LARGEST and BESt in the Southwest n o)yIfi'rf !yHmViA every citizen should buy one or more good residence lots in the EASTERN 9 ADDITION- -HIGHLANDS, while thev are cheao and sold on easy terms. 100 - $150 - 200 per Lot $10 Down, 1 per Week. Call at our office and we will take you over the ground. . ' r k a s m immm m m mm- ur mm m m w m mmm m m wirif JTa. m v a IVVV W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, v-Pres. m, w. r lournoy, sec. u. K. B. Sellers, Mgr. j -" Z.. irHfiTr.. zy Successor to W. V. Futrelle. Our Goods Ride High In Public Favor There is reaJ value in everything we sell. You have the satisfac tion of knowing that you have full value for your money when you buy goods of us. We are now re ceiving our fall stock of Carpets, Rugs, , Lac's Curtains, Portieres, Etc., and cordially Invite you to I...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

PAGE POUR ALUUQUEUOUE EVENING CITIZEN .SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company , -W.- . - i. . u -i . l -- -- .- "nrr." i: - Published Itally and Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. Ti McCREIGHT President Hutdness Manaccr TIlMlirSI)OUS OI2AIM WEALTH Whatever woes may be In store fur the people of this country, it Is quite certain that, In tho linmeillato future at least, we shad not starve. Corn is ripening into a great golden harvest a har Tcst that will tax the labor capacity of the whole grent west to Us fullest. America has long been teaching the world to take our corn. Europe has learned to eat it anil to like it. Tho market la practically unlimited. There is no such thing as overproduction of .corn. v There Is no cereal carrying more nutrition, none cai able of wider adaptation, than corn. It fills an amazingly broad field of usefulness, extending all the way from the daintiest breakfast tables to the pig sties; and every where it Is delicious ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FIVt fc1 n n Rtor Closes 12:30 la 2:30 durlna TUT r tf frrt n tT UITI1 F ITTf r n n rs r- e.- , a. in W , xjit ji uhl rruii i j j i ll rnnca " ' " ioe uou w ww. m.m If Si Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. I August. August. n WEIRD DANCERS FOR THE FAIR S G 3 iTJ T TEMPTATION SALES n n M H H H H M H H It H 0 A H M n 0 0 0 n H 0 0 0 0 0 0 CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK Pay Day Bargains Pay Day Bargains DRESS GOODS 20 pieces of Good Brllllantine, 50 Inches wide; In black, navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal and green; would be cheap at 75c a yard. Special Price, per yard 59c 2,000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per yard $q 25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on Sale at . 25C MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS 3,000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem nants, 3 yards to 12 yards In each piece, all worth 12J2c a yard; for this sale, per yard 7i2G 2,000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price, per yard Qq 200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27 inch...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

" ALiBU DUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SIX SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 190S. Bed Spreads Hemmed White Spread, double-bed ize; $1.00 value, ECONOMIST CfochetSpreads Heavy Bed Spreads, pretty design; hemmed; $1.50 values, Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store I "HARVEST TIME" FOR THE FIRST BLANKET CROP SAVINGS THAT'LL AVERAGE 1-3 The BARGAINS IN BLANKETS Hundreds of pairs of new, fresh and clean Blank ets are placed on sale at the most popular prices ever known for goods of like quality. The values are certainly tempting, and by coming here you will see your way clear of supplying all your needs in that direction at a smart saving of both time and money. We carry in stock Wool Blankets running; up to $15 a pair. Better goods than we are offering- for the money cannot be found elsewhere. Soft Cotton Blankets In white, grey and tan: fancy colored bor ders; worth 85c pair; special, 65c. Pf. $ Fancy Robe Blankets Soft as down, In various color combina tions; good size; special, a oair,...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

SATURDAY, AUG. 19, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE EVEN.' AIRSHIP CONTEST AT PORTLAND FAIR Two Machines Made by Sam Inventor Will Engage in Interesting Flight. HAS AROIMD GREAT INTEREST Portland, Ore.. Auk. 19. Visitors at the Lewis ami Clark exposltlou will shortly have the unusual privilege of seeing two airships, made by the same inventor, contest in a series of interesting flights. Capt." T. S. Bald win, whose California Arrow was the only airship to make a really suc cessful Tight at St. Louis, and who has charge of aeromatlc doings at the big coast fair, is building a new ship, which will be ready to do flight in a week or so. The airship which he built in Portland for ust; In the expo sition contests, the Angelus, bus made several f.ights. On the occasion of the first flight, a strong wind blew the machine several miles out of her course, and the second was unsuccess ful, owing to a l.reakdown of the ma chinery. She proved readily steerahle, however, except in a stiff...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 19 August 1905

PAGE EIGHT. ALU UO U E H O U K KVENING CITIZEN. 8ATURDAY, AUG. 1, 1905. l 1 Bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children To entirely close out the balance of our Summer Footwear we have galn'eut the price. Every pair of shoes included In this sale Is tak en from our regular stock and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have not all sizes In every style, but are sure that out of the whole lot we can suit and fit you. Men's Oxfords . . $2.50 cut to $1.85 Men's Oxfords . . 3.00 cut to 2.25 Men's Shoes . . 2.50 cut to 1.95 Men's Shoes . . . 3.00 cut to 2.40 Women's Oxfords . 1.85 cut to 1.45 Women's Oxfords . . 2.50 cut to 1.95 Women's Oxfords . 3.00 cut to 2.45 Women's Shoes 1.75 to 3.50 cut to 1.35 to 2.75 i DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCT8. Are those that have stood the test of practical experience. In this res pect the groceries we sell are above even the breath of suspicion. No brand that is at all questionable in quality can find a place In our store. Patrons favoring us with their order...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

T coSGn3s ALBUatJERaUE EVENING CITIZEN, VOLUME 19 ALUUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 21, 1905. NUMBER 217 PEACE CONFERENCE WAITS RUSSIAN REPLY Japanese Envoys Seem Preparing to Leave, Having Ordered Firm to Get Safe They Had Rented. KANEKO CALLS ON PRESIDENT UNEXPECTEDLY English Foreign Office ThinKs Japan's Terms Moderate and She Should Not Be Deprived of Fruits of Victory. PRESIDENT NOT ASKED ENGLAND'S INFLUENCE WITH JAPAN Portsmouth, X. II., Aug. 21. The emperor's reply to Mr. Witte'a trans mission of the proposition of Presi dent Roosevelt, had not been received up to noon today and Is not expected until tomorrow at the earliest. It !s not therefore likely that there will be a final show of hands at tomorrow's session of the plenipotentiaries. The Japanese today notified the firm from which the rented a com mon safe in which to keep their pap ers to take out the safe and render the bilt this afternoon. SPECIAL JAPANESE ENVOY CALLS AGAIN ON PRESIDENT Oyster Hay, X. Y...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

ALHPQUEKQUK KVHNLNG CITIZEN PAGE TWO MONDAY, AUG. 21. 1905. FATHER Honolulu, Auk. 21. PIlKrimiws to ! luiiiu oi raiui r nan. ion, art.' no- coming quite popular. The tomii is situated nt KalatipHpn. tho site of the leper settlement on the island of Molo kal, the place where tlie martyr priest PITCHER BENN MAKES GOOD Fans Hoot Gallegos Off The Field For Playing Baby Act LAS VEGAS DEFEATS SANTA FE Aspirants 1: Mclntoshes 8. Just two to one. That was the result of yesterday's games, witnessed ly about a hundred fans. It was just a game of who could hit the hardest, and the Aspirants won. The Mclntoshes seemed demoralized by Benn's puzzles. Renn is the new pitcher, an angular individual, six feet from spike to cap, and brawny. Benn wandered Into Manager Houston's First Baseman French Couldn't Hit Benn. sporting goods house about a week ago and said he was a pitcher. Houston told him that It would be of no use fur him to hang around unless he could deliver the goods. He kept hanging arou...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. PAGE THREB OF j&Li That's what's helping to make our City the LARGEST and BEST in the Southwest ' SI ATBUQUKHOUE EVKN1NO CITIZEN. l n r u lu n nuiiuj 11 iuindt inn ifHinir.. m Ltim B3SRCTIffilWUJHBWl 4 m w m T rS5SnFx'6' rsflFbXKA every citizen should UUglfulL U(WWf9 ADDITION easy terms. you over the Successor to W. V. Futrelle. APPALLING RAILROAD DISASTERS LAST WEEK One Hundred and Ten Killed and One Hundred and Thirty-Six Injured. RECORD ALMOST UNPRECEDENTED 4 Kishmans, Lorain County, Aug. 13. Nickel Plate passenger train crashed into freight at 12:55 a. m., August 13; 12 killed and 21 7 wounded. Fremont, Ohio, Aug. 14. Head er on collision between two V. & . E. freight trains; two brakeraen killed. 4 Portsmouth, Ohio. Aug. 15. 4 Chesapeake & Ohio flyer wrecked by open switch at Garrison, Ky.; two killed and two hurt. v Macon, Ga., Aug. 15. Passen T ger and freight trains met in a 4 head-on collision; two killed and t four prohably fatally hurt. ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

page roun ALHUQUEliOUi: KVKN1NG CITIZEN. MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Daily and Weekly W. 8. STRICKCER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business Manager 9 r.nnn vtr.iiT r.nnn uuuu mum, uuuu -it Charles, Lord Bqwen I I 111 RUSSIAN SITUATION An exchange puts the condition of t ho Muscovite em pire strongly but somewhat overdrawn when It cays that only the magnificent personality and polished diplomacy of Knvoy M. do Witte saves Russia from a pitiable nttl-, tude before the world. Whipped, bankrupt and threatened with revolution, ehc has nothing to hope for in continuing the war and she dares not come to peace. Japnn asks no more than Is her riuht. She could ac cept no less., But it is more than Russia can grant and live. In framing her peace terms Japan has the rig-lit to demand assent to her view in the dispute that preceded the war, an indemnity for the cost of the conflict and ter ritorial guarantees as security for the future....

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

t MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. ALJiUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FIVE n H n n n n The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. Store Close 12:30 to 2:30 during August. THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES Store Close 12:30 to 2:30 during August. GREAT TEMPTATION n SAL E CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK n H M n t H H H H n n n H n H H 0 H n H H n n n H H Pay Day Bargains Pay Day Bargains DRESS GOODS 20 piece of Good Brilliantine, 50 Inches wide; In black, navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal and green; would be cheap at 75c a yard. Special Price, per yard 59c 2,000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per yard 3c 25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on Sale at 2SC MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS 3.000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem nants, 3 yards to 12 yards In each piece, all worth 12', '2c a yard; for this sale, per yard 7C 2.000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price, per yard Qq 200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27 inches wide, good quality, per yard NEW OUTING FLANNELS 500 pieces New Outing Flannel, good qual...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

AL.IIU3UEKQUK KVKNINQ CITIZEN. MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. rmtv Bed Spreads Hemmed White Spreads, double-bed Ize; $1.00 valuet, Th ECONOMIST Albuquerqae's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store CrochetSpreads Heavy Bed 8preads, pretty designs; hemmed; $1.60 values, mw MinifijMg)!! Safe tf IBHsullwis aimdl mmfwlks "HARVEST TIME" FOR THE FIRST BLANKET CROP SAVINGS THAT'LL AVERAGE 1-3 BARGAINS IN BLANKETS Hundreds of pairs of new, fresh and clean Blank' ets are placed on sale at the most popular prices ever known for goods of like quality. The values are certainly tempting, and by coming here you will see your way clear of supplying all your needs in that direction at a smart saving of both time and money. We carry in stock Wool Blankets running up to $15 a pair. Better goods than we are offering; for the money cannot be found elsewhere. Soft Cotton Blankets In white, grey and tan; fancy colored bor ders; worth 85c pair; special, 65c. Pr, -ancy Robe Blankets Soft as down, In various color com...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

ALBUQUERQUE EVEKING CITIZEN. MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. STRAIN TELLS ON IRS. TAGGART I ' -'j .' ' : ' ' : . ' ; V- . P'.i ;:??-: .V7.." .. I IMMtMBMnai nil II I nl rrtr ll IMIlliWTi'tl Q!gaBMW;jiBMMIMCTWMr PICTURES THAT SHOW THE EFFECT OF THE ORDEAL ON THE DEFENDANT. These pnotogiaphs, one taken months ago and the other during tho progress of the trial at Wooster, give some Idea of the torture which the ordeal has brought to Mrs. Taggart. Lines hitherto unknown now show In her face and the expression of her eyes has been gieatly changed. In conversation her smile Is bright and the change is not so noticeable, but the lines show when ner face is in repose. BELIEVE GRANT GILLETTE ' WILL MAKE GOOD On train No. 22 this morning were D. F. Wade, of the P.. F. Wade Print ing company of Toledo, Ohio, and Col. J. L. Phelps, district clerk of Jackson county, Missouri, who are associated with Grant Gillette, eratwhi.e cattle king of Kansas, now engaged in min ing in Mexico. Col. Phelps...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 21 August 1905

ALUUOUEKOUK l'VRNING CITIZEN. PAGE EIGHT. MONDAY, AUG. 21, 1905. a 314 WEST RAILROADAYE n Bargains in Shoes for Men, Women and Children To entirely dote out the balance of our Summer Footwear we have ' again cut the price. Every pair of shoes Included In this sale Is tak en from our regular stock and guaranteed to give satisfaction. We have not all sizes In every style, but are sure that out of the whole lot we can suit and fit you. Men's Oxfords . . ' $2.50 cut to $1.85 Men's Oxfords . . 3.00 cut to 2.25 Men's Shoes . . 2.50 cut to J.95 Men's Shoes . . . 3.00 cut to 2.40 Women's Oxfords . 1.85 cut to 1.45 Women's Oxfords . . 2.50 cut to 1.95 Women's Oxfords . 3.00 cut to 2.45 Women's Shoes 1.75 to 3.50 cut to 1.35 to 2.75 si yf Li' ceAwew DEPENDABLE FOOD PRODUCTS. Are those that have stood the test of practical experience. In this res pect the groceries we sell are above even the breath of suspicion. NO brand that Is at ail questionable In quality can find a place In our store. Pat...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 August 1905

ALBlTClITE EUUE EVENING CITIZEN VOLUME 10 A L1JUQUEKQUE, NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 22. 11)05. NUMBER 218 NATURE'S FURY MAKES MANY MEN MOURN "EVERYTHING SATISFACTORY" NOT ENOUGH ON UNITED STATES SUBMARINE. MUST BE M 0 RE T H AN TAK E 0 O NTOA VME AT A LK W T h" F AJH E r" ' N EPTUfi Ef R0SE' PEACE CONFERENCE IS WAITING ON THE CZAR Answer Not Having Been Received, Mr. Witte Pro posed and Baron Komura Accepted Farther Postponement Till Tomorrow. . PRESIDENT'S PERSONAL MESSENGER ARRIVES Illinois Shaken by Earthquake-Severest in Recent Years-Extended to Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. STORM OF WIND, HAIL AND RAIN PROVES FATAL Portland Fire Destroys One Hundred and Fifty Thousand Dollars of Property, Mostly Used by Chinese but Some Good MUCH USED ELEVATED ROADWAYS WERE ALSO BURNED Chicago, Aug. 22. Illinois received a shaking by an earthquake shortly after 11 o'clock last night, the most severe In recent years. The shock in the southern part of the state was se vere enough to r...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 22 August 1905

s PAGE TWO SHE PASSED YEARS AND DROVE CIRCUS WAGON y 'w Vi! L hVt kV -?r; -oV 3HISS KNAPI AS A TEAMSTER FLORENCE KNAPP, A FARMER GIRL, FOUND HANDLING HORS ES WIT THE JOHN ROBINSON CIRCUS DESPITE FALSE MOUS TACHE BROTHER RECOGNIZED HER SHE TIPPED THE MUSIC IANS OVER. BUT THE CIRCUS PROPRIETOR THINKS SHE'S THE STUFF AND WON'T FIRE HER. It I1H8 inst lioin discovered that Miss Florence Knapp, a Monroe coun ty. New York, girl, who has been mys teriously mlsalnff for six years, has lici'ii workins all that time as a man. The laFt two years she has been driving horses for the John Kobinson circus. ' Her brother. Frank Knapp, No. 173 East Ferry street. Buffalo. N. Y, re ntly visited Robinson's circus at Dunkirk, N. Y. While the equipment ras being unloaded Mr. Knapp, being a good horseman, was struck by the manner In which a man handled some high spirited steeds. There was some thing familiar In the man's appear ance and on inquiry he was told that lis name was James Iclntosh. As he watched...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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