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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque evening citizen. — 16 September 1905

7 ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1905. MANUEL CHAVES NOT GUILTY OF MURDER Interesting Trial Ends at Los Lunas Yesterday Evening BRIEF HISTORY OF THE CASE cuaves, who was indicted by tho Valencia comity grand Jury last spring for the murder of Martin Ra, was found not guilty by the Jury at Los Lunas last evening. The trial occupied the attention of the Valencia county court greater part of this week and aroused a great deal of Interest. Chaves was accused of the murder of Martin Rael on the night of De cember 1. Iiu3, at Los Lunas. There were no eve witnesses to the alleged crime. The body of Rael was found about 300 yards from "his home at about 6 o'clock in the evening with a bullet hole In his heart. It seemed that Chaves was enam ored of Mrs. Rael and because of the J alousies existing betwen the two iner, the evidence at once pointed to Chaves as the guilty party. His ar rest followed and the trial was post poned until the present term of the Valenvia county co...

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. — 16 September 1905

., -...w,. mwmalHtti. 4 AL.IfUOU'RQUK EVENING CITIZEN. FAQ. IX 8ATURDAY, SEPT. 18, 1905. MINE OWNERS SAY THE PUBLIC WILL PAY FOR COMING ANTHRACITE STRIKE COAL PRICES NOW AS LOW AS PRACTICABLE, DECLARES EDWAR D E. LOOMIS LIFE OF MINE WORKERS' UNION IN THE BALANCE IN PROPOSED EIGHT-HO UR DAY GETTING READY FOR GREAT BATTLE. --'illA " 9 : r rx If N .T K PRESIDENT CEO. F. BA.ER. "Divine right" anthracite baron who will lead the coming fight against the mine workers New York, Sept. 1R There Is a reasonable possibility that a si like of the 150, mm nien and boys who com pose the lalior host in the anthracite fields of Pennsylvania, about April 1. If it occurs, the eyes of the Industrial world will center upon the most, im portant, as well as one of the most gigantic, struggles between the forces of brawn and dollars since laboring man conceived the idea of fighting for their advancement with united strength. The issue will be the gieat eeonom HERE ARE THE STRIKE It ' it ft I SINEWS FOR THE...

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. — 16 September 1905

ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. 8ATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. KNOW WHAT YOU A LESSON TO BASHFUL CHILDREN TAUGHT IN THE SCHOOLS. BY CYNTHIA 1 fcerft CARS' School has begun and at school lit tle girls are taught a great many use ful things. Sometimes there is one thing that their teachers do not teach them; that Is, to speak out promptly and Clearly without twisting and wriggling around on one foot and without curl ing down their chins and acting bash ful and awkward. Bvery little giil should be modest, but bashfulness Is awkwardness, and it keeps little girls from growing Into trong decisive, capable women. One of the most natural forms ot bashfulness among little girls Is that which takes the form of not daring to say a good, honest "Yes, if you please," or a straightforward "No, thank you." Every little girl ought to learn to tell -whether she wants or does not want a thing, and to speak In a nat- MONSTER VISITOR FROM THE SKIES Portland, Ore., Sept. 1G. A visitor' from Mars or...

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. — 16 September 1905

ALUUOUEUOUE EVENING CITIZEN. PACE EIGHT. SATURDAY, 8EPT. 1$, 1905. B VJ I W.H lM V '-IKS- 1314 WEST RAILROAD AYQ The watchwnnl: "Nothini; Imt t ho In s, materials in oir shoos," will always govern tlif running of our business. Hut this 1 not all. We par Just as mm h attention to tho stylo and finili of every ra'r of shoes as wp do n tln'lr quality. Furthermore, we are backing up this statement of your money refunded If a pair of shoes fails to give sat isfaction. Our new fall and winter styles ate ready for your Inspection. pot T pat i jul IMlU IS ! ivfens' Shoes $1.50 to $4.00 Women's Shoes $1.35 to $4.00 Women's Strap Sandals. .$1.25 to $2.75 Felt Shoes and Slippers. .60c to $1.50 Shoes for Boys and Girls $1.00 to $2.50 THE WOMAN BEHIND THE POCKETBOOK. Is the customer we appeal to. To be sure, she wants the best grocery Sta ples and table luxuries, but she wants no overcharging for that "best." We're not a bit afraid of her, for the sim ple reason that our prices can't be beaten f...

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. — 18 September 1905

0 COtl8TC ALBUQUERQUE EVENING GITI VOLUME W AL1.UQUEIIQUE, NEW MEXICO. MONDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER 18. 1905. NUMBER 211 HELPLESS IN MIGHTY GRASP OF GREAT TUMULTUOUS WATERS TURKEY'S SICKMAN BEGINS TO GET BUSY FIXING BOSPHORUS River Front at St. Louis Loses Much Produce, Though Russia Tells Ilim to Quit he Keeps Right Rise Being Quickest in Eleven Years. on. Pushing His Fortifications Rapidly. RAINED AT KANSAS CITY SEVENTEEN DAYS JAPANESE NO BETTER SATISFIED WITH PEACE ZEW. Kaw at Topeka Reached Fourteen Foot Mark, But is Now Receding-Kansas and Missouri Both Suffering. TURKEY CREEK SHOWS ITSELF BETTER SUITED FOR DUCKS St. Ixmis, Mo., Sept. 18. Heavy rains and swollen tributaries caused a rise of more than ten feet in the Mississippi river during tne past twenty-four hours, and leeulted In damage along the river front amount ing to many thousands of dollars. A considerable quantity of produce and other merchandise was washud away, and a vast amount is feint la eanger. Merchants having c...

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. — 18 September 1905

ALllUQUEKQUE KVKN1NG CITIZEN PAGE TWu MONDAY, SEPT. 18 1905. THE llfi CITIZEN t fabllnhH Dillr and Weekly by tht Citizen Publishing; Company at Pnltr. for trmnamiHion through th Hiaila aerorid el.M m.tt.r. 1 t V Official Paper of Itarmilillo Count) MtlaM Frmt A'timoon Dlipa'ck. lirfwt Otjr and County Circulat on. Th ii'fit Ntw Mlcc Ocul.tion. Larni-tt Northrrn Arljcni OcuUtirn Tkmms or subscription: liaBj bar man. on. jrar in advtnc H l.0t nltr a? omII. on. month N frMr br mU. on jrmr l iDay by Carrier, 60c per month Tn Evmmwo frmaN will b tllTi In thi 0RW at Ut low rmu nf 20 ranti mr wik. or for 6 (art. poe Math, whn paid monthly. Ihvtlstsj Kates Made Known on Application win tonor a favor br notifying ua la tat m amjr non-dallvarr of tn papar. aVI WMara al raanittanca thou Id b addi aaaiil t. tfn Ommt PviLiaawo Comfakt. Dmfu. , aftaaka, poatofflc and axpraaa aaonay ordara at b nada payable t tha ordar af tha MxnH! 163. Bell 15. TERRITORIAL TOPICS THE "LID" ON AT ALAMOGORDO. The ga...

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. — 18 September 1905

mond4y, SEPT. 18, 1905. ALKUQUKKQUK KVKN1XG CITIZEJs. PAGE THRCB m&!Zjr M.'rg'.y 'rvrs ,j mazxm jjwjr uair mirmswr .-33ifc caaniw irrnfc b7,t x,,?, ttairri.MSii 1! V'N iter n i There will be some Big Real Estate Sales made between now and Spring Albuquerque Always Booms in the Winter PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST A chance for wage earners to make big money. 150 beautiful 50 foot 1 ooooooo o 0 0 Wide Open Doors COME IN AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. SPECIAL PRICES TO VISITORS. ASK ABOUT THE FREIGHT WE PAY. J. D. EMMONS Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co., Corner Coal Ave. and 2d St. UMPIRE JEFFRIES HAS CLEAN RECORD HE IS HERE TO USE THE INDI CATOR FOR THE BASE BALL GAMES HIS RECORD IN THE RING. James J. Jeffries, the heavyweight champion since 1899, was bora at Carroll, Ohio, April 15, 1875. An ex pert boilermaker by profession, his first knowledge of the ring was ob tained while acting In the capacity of trainer for James J. Corbett, while the latter was champion of the world. Through t...

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. — 18 September 1905

PAGE FOUR MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company Published Dally and Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Business Manager OUU.TAX liOLL Tho Farmlngton Hustler gives some facts about tax ing customs, in San Juan county, which no doubt are rqually prevalent in most if not all counties of New Mex ico. Tax valuations in this territory are ridiculous. y low, and the tax rate, of necessity, must therefore be raised unreasonably high. Say lor Illustration, one has a piece of property he would not part with for $:." or IW't'O. Now which Is better? To have that property valued at $2,000 and taxed 6 per cent, or to have it valued at 1,000 and taxed at 3 per cent? The amount the owner pays Is exactly the same In either case, and so many seem to think that It U matter of Indifference which plan la pursued. On the contrary. It Is a matter of the very greatest importance that property for tax purposes shall be returned for not leas than two-...

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. — 18 September 1905

MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1905. ALUUQUEltQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE FIVB GRAND JURIES ARE IMPANELLED United States Marshal For aker Appointed Court Bailiff. MILL ARGUING COUNTY CASES The September term of the district court convened today at the court house In old town. This morning the territorial grand Jury was impanelled. Judge Abbott finished delivering the charge to the jury at noon and it was put to work this afternoon. Henry Westerfeid. the Railroad avenvie cigar merchant, was elected foreman of the Jury, which Is as follows: Carcino Lucero, Carl Hopping, Man uel Sedlllo, J. A. Cuneo, .loaquna Pena. J. E. Bell, Jose Tapia, Presclllano Lu cero, Francisco Munlz, Frank Kelly, Henry Westerfeid, Charles Allen. Al Winchell, J. M. Hoss, Jesus M. San ches, Leonardo Hunlrk, Thomas F. Keleher, Sr., Adam Fisher, George Bdlck, Charles Kepler, Jose Ignaclo Garcia. This afternoon the United States grand Jury was empaneled as follows: Fllomeno Montano, Joe Bowdlck, Hilario Griego, M. Ilocklett, Joe ...

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. — 18 September 1905

PACK MX AiAW 3UKKQUK RVKNING CITIZEN. ROBE, BUT GRAND DUCHESS IS HEART-BROKEN LIFE OF VLADIMIR'S SPOUSE HAS BEEN WRECKED BY THE OUT RAGEOUS BEHAVIOR OF HER SPOUSE AND CHILDREN HUS BAND A BORE AND UNSCRUP ULOUS, SONS DISSIPATED AND DAUGHTER DISGRACED RUS SIAN NOBLEWOMAN BEMOANS HER FATE AND THAT OF THE EMPIRE. St. Petersburg. Sept. 18. Tli sad dest woman In Euiope Is the Grand Duchess Vladimir of Russia. Dunns the last yptr she has aned frightfully. Shp has recently been to Paris to con suit pmlnpnt French specialists ami taking a cure at Contrcbille. Her nerves are shattered, and she is prac tically in retirement. Her tioublcs havp been paused ly the internal t;lrest In Knsia. coming on top of a aerie of crucial domestic trials. She despises lier husband and is never seen In hi company except when state reasons make it impera tive. A serious disagreement between them arose some time ago over a "borrowing" transaction, In which Vladimir and a well known banker, M. Ratkoff-Rnzhnoff. w...

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. — 18 September 1905

) M0N3AY, SEPT. 18, 1905. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE 8EVEN. BEAUTY BRIGHT INDIAN GIRLS OF THE INDIAN TERRITORY - ,. . . . THESE MAIDENS. FAMED FOR THEIR GOOD LOOKS. ARE GRADUATE OF SCHOOLS IN THE NORTH. THEY ARE NOT BELLES AND THERE'S NO SOCIAL DISTINCTION BETWEEN THEM AND THE WHITES. ,:. v . Y Taltquah, I. T.. Sept. 18. Indian this town, for instance, is a high class girls famed for their beauty abound in the five nations. Many of them are graduates of the noted schools in the north. Two young women living In 'Muskogee are graduates of Vassar. And there are hundreds of highly edu cated girls who do not go so far away from home for their schooling. The Cherokee female seminary of grades, of couise, range fifom the rich and well educated of both races to the shiftless Indians and ignorant whites. There are, however, no long haired men or short haired women on either side in the controversy. The youns ladies shown in the ac- made soutliern girls famous. They are companying pict...

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 September 1905

- MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1905. PAGE EIGHT. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. QfiWEST RA1Lr6)"DAVE. nipt pa JUDO I JLluU er Wins I The watchwonl : "NothiiiR but tho best materials In our shoes," will always govern the running of our business. Hut this Is not all. Wo pay Just as much attention to the style and finish of every pair of ' shoes as we do to their quality. Furthermore, we are hacking up this statement of your money refunded If a pair of shoes falls to give sat isfaction. Our new fall and winter styles aie ready for your Inspection. Mens' Shoe $1.50 to $4.00 Women' Shoe $1.35 to $4.00 Women' Strap Sandal. .$1.25 to $2.75 Felt Shoe and Slipper. .60c to $1.50 Shoe for Boy and Girl $1.00 to $2.50 O0000OOOOOO0O THE WOMAN BEHIND THE POCKETBOOK. Is the customer we appeal to. To be sure, she wants the best grocery sta ples and table luxuries, but she wants no overcharging for that "best." We're not a bit afraid of her, for the sim ple reason that our prices can't be beaten for the same qual...

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 September 1905

J ITI ALHUQUEKQUE. NEW MEXICO, TUESDAY EVENING. SEPTEMBER IS), 1905. VOLUME 10 NUMHEU 212 ZEK AN OFFER TO RETURN MONEY TO THE INSURANCE COMPANIES Given by Them to Campaign Funds, but This Will Not Save Them From Prosecution. ONLY TWENTY BUT HAS MARRIED THREE TIMES And is Now Uuder Arrest Charged With Bigamy-License Revoked Captain of Otero Who Refused Help to Yacht Sylph. STEAMER BREMEN, FROM NEW YORK, TOWED INTO HALIFAX NEW VERSION OF AN OLD SAW OUR MYSTERIOUS FIRES IN FORTS PROTECTING NEW YORK Arouse Military Authorities to Investigate-Dam- ages Include Magazines, Barracks, Hos pitals and Even Some BIG SIEGE GUNS TO DEFEND CITY IN ATTACK New York, Sept. 19. State Attorney General Mayer arrived here today, in tending to interview members of the legislative Insurance Investigating Committee and its counsel, regarding the political campaign funds contrib uted by life Insurance companies. It was reported today that the at torney general had been informed the money so paid would" be re...

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 September 1905

ALHUQUKHQUK EVKN1NG C1T1ZI1N fAGE TWO TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1905. THE EVENING CITIZEN PMloh Dally ana Weekly it the Citizen Publishing Company at Poatofflca fnr trmnamiaalon through th wlla aa aacond elaaa mattar. Official Papor of Itarnalillo Count) aWaaclatta f rati Aflrnioon DUpatrtiM. Urftut City and Ccunty Cirtulition. Taa Largmt Nrw Mtico Clrciititlon. largwt Northern Arlitma Circulation TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Or by mail. on raar b advanoa $.r..0C Ifclly W lll ena month ... 6( k aiaU. ana jaar tot by Carrier, 60c per month Tmm aTvaxim Orif.aM will ba dalfrai-wl in thr aty at tlx low rate of 10 nnti par weak, or for Or Saarta par atonta. whn paid monthly. laTtrtktBf Rates Made Known on Application I will aanar a raw br notffrmc u llaaai? oo any non-dalivam of tha pa par. M krttan anal raafttanraa ahauM ba arlrlraaaail t tua Qtiiiii Pvai.iaama Company. Draft. aa, acatoffiea and aaaraaa monav ordar a nutda parmbla ta tha ortlar af tha fUtomaHc 183. BslI 15. TERRITORIAL TOPICS AFTER ...

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 September 1905

Man J. ALHUQUKKOUK KVKNINO C1T1ZK . I TUE8D.Y, SEPT. 19, 1905. AGt THRCK -T.rrr- t-av.. sCEi-;: rT n-ra. ."-raw '- - rllflTT"'Tfc - '"" "'.' " 1 n There will be some Big Real Estate Sales made between now and Spring Albuquerque Always Booms in the Winter PRICES ARE NOW THE LOWEST A chance for wage earners to make big money. 150 beautiful 50 foot r- : i i i. i- i- A ,j i : i : i i : l. i i -r- i i .-v-v 2 0 0 h ooooooo o o Wide Open Doots COME IN AND MAKE YOURSELF TO VISITORS. ASK ABOUT THE J. D. EMMONS Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co., Corner Coal Ave. and 2d St. Failroad There are nearly 200 names on ths pay roll at the Las Vegas shops. Fireman Jack Heath, "Passenger Jack." of Las Vegas, has "fodowed suit," laying off Just because his en- j gine driver did. m m w Conductors Roy Carmien and Wm. Blackshear. off the north end, did duty on the south end yesterday, ow ing to a shortage of crews between Las Vegas and Albuquerque. Owing to a shortage of men, prob ably for the reason th...

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 September 1905

PAGE FOUR ALHUQUKHOUK KMSNING CITIZEN. TUESDAY, 8EPT. 19, 1905. THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN By The Citizen Publishing Company I'uhiiHiirtl Dally unci Weekly W. 8. STRICKLER W. T. McCREIGHT President Pufdness Manager EVIL POWER OF THE PRESS. Tho World's Work recently quoted, with approval, from a correspondent, these words: "Yes, all these wretched creatures must he punished scoundrels In the senate and in Wall street, as well a imlitical and social thugs; Inn why do we have police men and prosecuting attorneys and grand juries and courts but to do this work for society in an orderly way? For the love of docency, have me and my family In Ignorance of the details. I am m,y a quiet citizen, earning a living for my family hy an honest occupation and trying to rear tny children in a normal way. 1 do not care for them to read half the magazines nor to hear naif the sermons that are ottered on week days or on Sundays. I pray you, punish the scoundrels that's what I pay my taxes for; but let ni...

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 September 1905

TUESDAY, 8EPT. 19, 1905. FAQ I FIV ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. DIVISIONS OF THE BIG PARADE And Line of March Arranged by Grand Marshal Borradaile. PARADE ON THUKSDAY MORNING Follow in e are the composite fotma- tions ami line of march of the big pa rade to he held on Thursday, Septem ber 21, at 10:30 a. m.: Rendezvous. First Division Form on West Mar quette avenue, right resting on Sec ond street. Second Division Form on West Ro ma avenue, right resting on Second street. , Third Division Form on est r ruit avenue, right resting on Second street. Fourth Division Form on est New York avenue, light resting on Second street. Fifth Division Form on North Sec ond street, right resit ing at crossing f New York avenue and Second street. . Sixth Division Form on North Sec ond street, right resting at Junction of Slate avenue and Second street. Line of March. From place of formation, south on Second street to Tijeras avenue, east on Tijeras to First street, south on First street to Railroad ...

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. — 19 September 1905

A IJ iUQ U K EVENING CITIZEN. PAQI tlX TUESDAY, 8EPT.1 19, 1905, FAMOUS PITCHERS TO MEET IN MIGHTY COMBAT TO A FINISH Installment plan, picking out one or two every two or throe Innings. I SIEVE "nJnf7 RESTAU RANTERS, ATTENTION I Good Silver-Plated Teaspoons, 75c per dozen. Good Silver-Plated Table Knives, $1.00 a set. Good Silver-Plated Soup Spoons, $1.50 per doz. Also Rogers' Plain and Fancy Tableware. Good Silver-Plated Forks, $1.50 per dozen. These Special Prices for Fair Week Only7" RAILROAD AVENUE E VEFII T f LEADING JEWELER 0 lV V&.N RWMR 7 V -5 V T I A. I When the New York Nationals and Philadelphia Americans meet in the world's championship series, two of the greatest pitchers the diamond has produced will be arrayed against each other. They are Christy Mathewson and "Rube" Waddell. Roth men have lieen doing remark able pitching all season and when they face each other the contest should bo one that will stand conspicu ous in base ball annals for all time. Many follower...

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 September 1905

s ALHUQUEKQUE KVKXINO CITIZEN. TUESDAY, SEPT. 19, 1905. PAGE SEVEN. KING OF WRESTLERS IS MAN 0F1IR0N yy?aafMajjiiH;LjKBi ji.uiu.iiy rn WIIISBTOIMB CflR PAIR Wm( IWStvX1 HAILROAD AVENUE Ull I Ml I I VVLLll BETWEEN i .SEtOND THIRD STREETS Pvi .'. y y Big Rook, la., Sept. 19. Martin "Farmer" Hums, ex-heavyweight champion wrestler of America, at 44 la a man of iron. He has rightfully earned the title "king of wrestlers." He lias done about five times as much as Is usually alloted to the life of a wrestler. He is the most popular man In the world of the mat. Temperance is the keynote of his success. He never drinks tea. coffee, or Intoxicating ltquois. Burns never swears. Science in wrestling was created by him. Burns still has all the craftiness of his prime. He watches his oppon ent like a cat watches a mouse. He always has some new card up his Sleeve to play when in a pinch. He has never been beaten since a boy by a man in the middleweight class, and still holds the title of cham pion...

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 September 1905

PAGE E'iGHT. ALIJUOUEROUE EVENING CITIZEN. TUESDAY, 8EPT. 1d, 1905. O0000-C'-0-0-00 0OC"0OC"C"0C-C Hist teller li Tho wah-hwonl: "Nothing lint tin- lust in at trials In our ghops," will always govern tln running of oar business. Hut this la not all. We pay Just as much attention to the style and finisli of every pair of shoes as. we do to their quality. Furthermore, we are hacking up this statement of ir money refunded If a pair of shoes falls to give sat isfaction. Our new fall and winter styles ate ready for your Inspec tion. J' Hi! Mens' Shoes $1.50 to $4.00 Women's Shoes $1.35 to $4.00 Women's Strap 8andals. .$1.25 to $2.75 Felt Shoes and Slippers. .60c to $1.50 Shoes for Boys and Girls $1.00 to $2.50 mm I THE WOMAN BEHIND THE POCKETBOOK. Is the customer we appeal to. To be sure, she wants the best grocery sta ples ant) table luxuries, but she wants no overcharging for that "beat." We're not a bit afraid of her, for the sim ple reason that our prices can't be beaten for the same...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Evening Citizen
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