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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALBUQCKK'jl'K, A PHIL, 21, I Hi
By instructions from Chase &
San burn we are authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
4$-cent coffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at.. .30 cents.
30-cent coffee st. . . 2$ cents.
25-cent coif se at ... ao cents.
114 1. Railroad At., Albaqaerqns, 1. 1.
MONEY TO LOAN
Od piano, flrst-clam furniture, etc,
wiluoiil rrmj.nl. Also on diamonds,
WttMiiiM, Jeweiry, lira Insurance poli
cies. I riiMl deeils or any good secur
ity. Terms rrr moderate.
gov, 80111b Becond street, Albnqner
ij tin, bw Mexico, next door to West
era luion telegraph office.
15. A. SLEYSTJSlt.
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS 1 A 14 L'KOUKKLL BLOCK
(M1K & GLAESNl
207 Railroad Ave.,
K. T. AKMIJU HLlLUl.se.
CALL AT THE
J. A. SKiMvli,
Low Prius and Courteous Twali.iral.
K. 1L UUHBAH,
Uouvrt Kented, Kentt Collected.
Otto, Uwld AK,Cr Third ttmu;
xac 1 je. -a?
Kor lu ceutiHi dime.
liv yuui uirt latuutirivd
AliU liUUI 4MJ Halt.
At tbc aUbuqucriioe Steam UnaJrj.
Uornar Col v. ud Miid si,
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE,
Hot HAIUUAU AVkNLK,
X. PAnBNTX, Prop.
LADIES IBYJ 1KD CUILDREI SHOES
To the satlafaetlon of put roan. Repair
ing neatly performed. Work guaranteed,
Albaqaerqoe fish Market...
Kreeh lh, Oysters, Lobsters,
Craba, bhiluipa, sic Baltimore
Uyalers, limb, every day la bulk
autt caua. lleoaijuarlers lor
Dreaeed foulirr. Mail Order
receive prompt attention.
20 and 90S SouiO Second Street.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 S. Second St.
Hcm ou K&nti.
UIUHLAu-lv.ly XnI Uoiajr
Till work. A hituey Co.
Stove repairs at Kulrelle'a.
Flour matting. W Uttuey Co,
Curios aud drawn work at Mataon'a.
blcyolea on lnetallmeuta, llahn & Co.
Plumbing and gas lltticg. ft Ultney Co.
Guntber's eandiea at Uawley's on the
Special hosiery sals at The KconomlMt
Lion coffee, three packages for 35 eenta
at Liomoaruo a.
Father A. U. Gentile Is expected back
irom ueuver to-nigui.
Wall paiier at Futrelle's from 12',e.
per uouuia roil auu up.
Ladlea, It will pay yon to see the
spring wraps at lllelu s.
Attend the epeaial sale of shirt waists
at the Aoouomiel this week.
Why, certainly, we keep everything In
ine way ot uououa, at xueiu a.
Lateet novelties in pompadour and side
eotuus. noaeuwald brothers.
Beet nrauaa 01 uunnry soap, seven
bar for 0 oeuU at A. Lowbardo s.
alens, ladles' and children s straw
haU lu all the lateet at) lee at llfeld's.
Just received full liue ot ti anther's
Hue caudles at llawley s on the corner.
This Is the week to buy corset at II
feld'e. Special sale of autuuier coraeu.
Salmon, shad, baas, torn cod, smelts, cat
fiah aud lobateraat the BAN Joes aUUKXT
The only truss to wear: "Tui Amxbi
CAN BlLVta Ihloe," at Kuppe's Preecrip
It Is Impossible to make a mistake In
your spring buylug, It you eelecl Irom
tue great lair prioed slock of The Kouito-
"Hers Is a lesson that be who runs
may read; the man ou the Columbia Is
always lu the lead.' d aud Slio. Uahu
Just received a large aaolgumant of
flue California (irape brandy, spring 'us,
which we Will sell to aaloou keepers at
(s.u per gaiiuu. original package, O,
nacbecul X U. Ulouil.
There are only fifty pair of ladles' com
uiou aeues high button shoe left at
Simpler' great closing out sale. They
blunt bs disposed ot aud the regular
auuee aieguiui at f 4 per pair.
Bay Bulier, who cams In from Phoenix
lost Monday Light, mads a uleasant ell
at 1m C inzt.N ottlc this morning. Kay
left Aibuqueique eevrlal years sgo. and,
Biier a uaiu luasie 01 aeverai Wuutus at
ruoeuix, n siarUMi to eilmb up ths led
per ana w aay is ins osaa clerk at the
store of the K. . Kellnsr Cash Grocery
company, ho In thoroughly Infatuated
with I'lioenli, and acluelly staled that
Alhiiqiixrcinn liwt in clmiu to rank w 1
southwestern rival to that city. Kat
will remain here a few day on a visit to
ma parent, and ttien return to hi duties
Mrs. B. w. Kolwrtwm received a letter
thla morning from Mr. Robertson, who la
stopping at hheep ramp, ten miles from
Ijiko Lindcrman. Alaska. Ha report
ntmsrir in good health, an I tell, in
graphic language, tha trip ha and Tonay
ortit mada from heattle, Wash, to tha
Alaekan shores. Mr. Kohertaon report
tha whole Albnquerque Colony In good
spirits and health, and atataa that tha
party will push toward Ilia gold fields In
atiotit two niontha.
Thu ClTi.rN lean 4 that tha next phy-
ali'lnn and iirffQ, in attend to tha Kick
at tha local (roverni.int Indian achiNil,
will lie a phyKirlHii 1 1 Allmqiierqiia. 1 lie
ItnTernmetit ha roiirlmled not to apinilut
any outaider to thai poHlllon, where
arhonla are located near eitlaa tha alt of
Albuquerque, and will let tha poaltlon to
tha loweat bidder among tha local phy
All patriotic citizen are requested to
aiieun tna dance to be given by Hie Irnl
Heglnieut band at Orchextrlon liall on
Saiurilay night. Tha band boy expect
to be called out to light fur their Country
In tha war agalnxt rtpaln, and the pro
ceed derived (rum the ball will be ap
plied to purc ia-iug new niUHic. Admia
mon, only tuty ceui.
Kroeat Meyer, of tha wholaaala liquor
flrtu o( Lowenthal ft Meyera, packed bla
vallrte yealeMay and left laet night for
the town alouc the Hanta 1'aciUe.
While abent, Mike Maudell and Mum
liaer have lieen placed In charge of hi
cumpauy of warriors who will light
There Is a rumor afloat ll.at a certain
young lady, reel. ling lu the Kourth ward,
will wed a young gentleman, who for
merly regarded Albuquerque hie home,
but who 11a bean almeut quite a long
nine, ii ine report prove true, congrat
ulation are extended In adrauca.
Kor Sale Bar and fixtures and billiard
table, ate. kverything complete. At the
comer of Second etreet and Copper ave
nue. Any one winding a good bargain,
call on M. llragole, because between uow
aud the brut ol the month be la, going
out of bUMlueae. M. liragol.
The proceed from the Catholic Kir ml
amount to about l,J&0 net. The olUoer
of the Ktriuie will hold their Dual meet
ing to-morrow afternoon, when ail ac
count will be audited and a complete
atiUment of receipts and expenditure
will be made.
B. A. Sleynter, the well-known Insur
ance and real aetata agent, who waa over
In the 1'eeo valley country, returned to
the city laet night, and reixirta having
city Uet ulght, aud enjoyed a good bue-
in eee wnue auaeui.
We will continue onr epeclal sale on
atlka, draaa good, ambroiderlee, oxford
ahum aud percales for this week. Bead
our advertisement ou fourth page. Uol
den Kule Dry Uoods eompany.
Tha Albuquerque ollloe of the Albuquerque-hlaud
Telegraph and Telephone
c joipauy I w ith the ft extern Union l ei
graph company. The new liue la now
reaily for buHlnetw.
W. U. Mataon, Jr., the Santa Ke
railway cunimercial agent at fcreeno,
CaU who baa beeu here the pant few
days, will return to California to-morrow
Mr. O. L. Merrill, who was here on a
vlelt to friend, returued to Sauta Ke lat
night. The lady I the wife of the deputy
warden of the New Mexico peullentiary.
Dr. Alger, the dentUt, ha removed his
otUcs from the VYhlttug building to the
new Armijo building, oppuelta the opera
house, on ttatlroad avenue.
If you cannot Oud the good at the
KconomlMt It Is Do UH6 looking elaawhere
H the common expremloa amongt the
llie of Albuquerque.
Lowrnt price aver made In city on
allk. dree good, embroidering and per
cale till week at (iolden Kule Dry
The final evidence In the eae of Mur
ray v. Mock, from the Jemcs country,
will be taken this afternoon aud tha cae
The name of the new man at the Oak
barber shop I 11. H. Kveretts. He hall
from Lougmont, Colo.
Kutrelle. corner Gold and First etreet,
will sell yon good wall baner at 12'. 0
duble roll aud up.
The prettiest line ot Hlah Gra.le aud
Monarch Bhlru iu the weal at tl and
tl.26 at llfeld's.
Cider or wine vinegar, 30 cents per
gallon, or to cents in tan gallon lot at
Marian ilarland enffee pot. Mr. Van
Duwn's cake mould, bouahoa Hard
Try onr Kmpire brick and Colorado
cream clieeee. San J on I Mahket.
Freeh, pure Persian Insect Dowder at
Buppe's Prescription Pharmacy.
Ioa cheets and refrigerators. Donahoe
Itctnre frames. Whitney Co.
Fine stationary at MaUon's.
Calvin Whiting, insurance.
Comparison is a friend of ours. Comparisons aro not odious
to the storo sellincr the Iliclit Goods at Uiirht Pricoa. Tr.'s ihn
"other fellows" who
tne lowest ana tno quality of our goods unsurpassed.
Best Sugar Cured Hams , IOc
California Apricots, per can IOC
California reaches, per can IOC
California Pears, per can ioc
3 Cans California Tomatoes , 3jc
Good Sugar Corn, per can , ioc
-pound can Van 1 lout en's Cocoa aoc
i-pound can Van Houten't Cocoa " 72c
4 pounds Choice Prunes 25c
Beef Steak and Onions, per can aoc
Pork and Beans in Tomato Sauce , , .. i '. '. ioc
Broiled Mackerel in Mustard ioc
3 Packages Kingsford's Corn Starch 2jc
3 Packages Silver Gloss Laundry Starch 25c
Choice Raisins, per pound jc
3 pounds Best London Layer Raisins 25c
Finest Swiss Cheese, per pound , 20c
1 8 pounds Best Potatoes ". t sc
2 cans Salmon , jc
i-pound sack Duke's Mixture Tobacco with a Pipe . i 25c
Piper Heidsieck Tobacco ' ijc
The Celebrated Swan Down Flour, sold under positive guarantee, your money back
if it does not please you $1.45
ss aaxawi MikrsaaafkratFsYlr
THE BUSY MAZE
WM. KIEKE, Proprietor.
Warm weather and the demand for cool wearing apparel.
The former ia fast approaching; the latter we are now better
than ever prepared to fill, in all lines, with good that are cool
and breezy, neat and nobby, acd above all, high grade and
In Cotton and Silk, from 50 cut to $10
ech. You may be aWe tog it them cheap
er lu price, but then cheaper In qnnlity
also. Our waist are made on the customer
nuking plan, T iay are sewed, n it " u-k
trgsltier. They are madt lit. and all
of a nice quality of cloth, even tha cheap-ai-t,
ft e guarantea them to bs t his yes r's
latent product, am in 1 which the Kn t in
Ulouae waist Is the prevailing style,
Ladies' Silk Milts und
From 2) Cfiit to l,no a pair, In regular
and extra length, In black, whits and
all Imaginable colors.
Lawn, Dimities and
Lawn worth 10c at tto a yard
Dimities worth 15c st 10c a yard
Organdies and Lappets 15c a yard
12-yard patterns, Hneet Imported Organ-
dlea, per pattern S3.50
The same thing 70a pay 35c and 40c per
yard for elsewhere.
vVe close at 6 P. M. every evening, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
IBB CUT U BRIEF.
rersoaal and (ieacrai Paragraphs Picket
Up tiers and There.
Reserved seat can now be aecured at
Wailou's lor tue Star mluslrels.
Cameubert, Uermau baud aud genuine
tfueusler cueeas at the SAM Joss aUa
kar. A. J. Ujbiusju, of Gallup, and (Valler
ft', bjruju, of aluoueii, are at tue
Mis Abrams will slug flood Bye,
Sweet Day," at the elar miuHtrel' euver-
laluiueul, April tl.
Mrs. J. K. Djitoeear, wife ot the Santa
Ke railway ageul at lloinrook, is lu tue
oily, aloppiug at alurge' Kuropeau.
1 ue Loille' Aid society of the Presby-
teriau vuuicU will meet ou Friday afier
uouu at J o'clock at Mrs. ISeUou', 40U
south Aruo street
Last eveulug was ''Ladles' Night" at
Hie Commercial oluo, aud a uusd eul y
able lime was nad by the large uuiuoer
who alleudeu. Uauuiug waa the order
ot the eveuiug, aud ligut relreeUmeul
were auei served.
Prof. J. Kveritt Smith, ot ths high
school, look hi ciat lu puysic dowu to
the eaula Ke Pacitlo suop yesterday
where tbey wilueased the practical work
ing ot eieam engines, the principles of
wuicb they bad Just beeu eludyiug.
Not ths least of ths attractions fur
nished by the Library ladies ou tue 2Vin
wlU be Hie program ot suug aud dauoe
to be glveu ou the slogs of the opera
house before ths opeuiug of the ball.
Hright music, qualut coatumes aud pret
ty dancing will be lealuree of the euter
taiumeut, aud everyoua, youug aud old.
should arrange to alteud.
Company A, Fifteenth Infantry, passed
through the city last ulglil from Fork
Bayard ou their way to Fort Logau, bear
Deuver. troops A ami U ol the seveulb
cavalry at Fort bayard were also to have
Hlarted yesterday ou an overland march
to fort Uuquesue, blah, litis would
leavs only company (1, Fifteenth Intaut
ry, lu chaige of Fort Bayard.
The meeting at the Fergusson Hook
and Litdder e-mipauy's quarters of tho-m
tuteresled lu the urgouissllou of a Com
pauy ot "Ntttiouol Volunteer Keservaa"
wo not called to order laet night owing
to the enforced absence of a number who
desire to join such a company. There
were ab ut fifteen present last ulght aud
It was decided to hold another iustlng
on Friday eveuiug at the eaiue place for
the purpose of organising the company
The case ot A. M. Gentile vs. the city ot
Albuquerque wo tried In the district
court to-day and given to the Jury this
afternoon. The plaintiff sue for dam
ages tor a house ou the corner ot Broad
way aud Marqurtle, that was toru down
CJ " v
hate them. Comparison .proves our prices
tudlnn and Persian Lawns, Ptrlped Dim
It lei. Chocks I Nalnwk,Fine, Plain and
D t el flwIsHa. fr.im the chanpal-lf
you wai t ti rmslder y mr po k-tbook -U
a fine a quality as you may desire:
slo lower that ton fan Ond the same
Liter nud Embroideries.
An Innn ne stock at a saving to ynu of
25 per tent. See for yourHSlf.
Guaranteed lower than elsewhere.
2 f .r
2 for 25c
2 for 45c
2 for ie
And 60c each for Lisle Thread Vests.
by ths etty In tha year of 18UI. City At
torney Lee aud Neill K. Field represent
the city aud Chllder A Dobaou the plain
tiff. The next cose to be tried Is Uibo
Buck yards and alleys In different
parts of the city preoeut a frightful
aud forblddlug appearauc. li the
owners do uot soou show a disposi
tion to Improve the appearance ot their
property Hie duty will devolve upon the
police olllcera of the oily, who should uot
be slow to act. Let everyone ee tj It
that their bora yard 1 mode a uiiidel of
neatness, lusiead of remaiulng at pres
ent, au eye sore to ths people.
Kev. S. M. Chase, who was a health
seeker here moil n.unliieLMil e .m.ii
and HLatllllierv utnr in, M..iit, kit
j ........ was rn. ' . I. u.uuuii
.reet, left last Tuesilay ulght tor hi
uutua at A,pietuu i uj, m., iu very poor
health. Hi eitnutble wife rsiu.iusln
Ills flltv for the mini., nt al.i.l...M ..n
the busineet affair of her busbaud, after
wuicnane win join Kev. Chase la Mis
souri. It Is learned that Charley Metigar, who
left this city a few week ago to vl-ttt bis
folk In Germany, Is slid lu New York.
anil it is f am r.ul tiw hid f.l.n.l. Ku
Charley has changed his mind, and lo-
n,w if, nmu. w ueriuauy lias euilsieu
in ths lulled Slates navy to tight against
(everybody should attend ths ball to bs
glveu by the Public Library aesoclatlou.
at Grant's opera house, April guih. By
no doing you will spend adellgbtful eveu
iug ami also help a most worthy char
ity. M. L. Huston, ths civil aarrlos exam
iner from Washington. D. C, oouducted
au axamluatlin of appllcauts for the
rallwav mall aervlea wurili. ll am
go to frlulilaat to-night.
L. Trauer and J. H. Bear up returned to
the city today with a car load of sheep
purchased In southern California. The
sheep will, for the time being, reet up In
Sam Pickurd, one of the faithful at
tache of the First National bank, will
leave this evening for southern Califor
nia, where he will enjoy a vacation of a
W. M. Weaver, who wo at Thornton on
business, returned to the city lost ulght,
and will coutiuiie west to Gallup this
The duet that Miss Abrams aud Mrs.
Whltcomb will slug at the Star min
strels, April 27. will lie a treat.
P. F. Garrett, eherlff of Dona Ana
county, returned to La Cruoe from
Santa Fe this mornlug.
An exceptionally Una assortment ot
fresh fish at the San Jouk Mahkit to
morrow. Kemamber tha free concert and dauoe
at the Orchestrion hall this eveuiug.
Our $3.00 Hats.
See Our $1.90 Hats.
They Aro World-Beaters.
Tho R. It. Avenuo Clothier.
Donahoe Hardware Co,
Corner Rnllroad Av. and Third St,
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
I " ' . JDs.
THE GREAT MAJESTIC
SHELF AND HEAVY HARDWARE.
John Deere Flows, Fish Bros'. Wagons,
Walter A. Wood Mowers, Mfljestlc Ranges.
Stationery, School Books,
CAIER1S IIP PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES.
We Carry a Complete Line of Li-jral Blanks, Blank Books, Cigars,
and Tobacco, Magazines, Periodical and Newspapers.
SOft WEST RALROAD AVENUE.
P. in in. r Oarfl.u.
Jos. Railarracco ha openwl liU popular
siinitiier rmort on tlia Mouutalu road,
north of ths city, aint pat'ouaics Is In
vltwl. It will b kxpt onlxrly ami Hih
liar In Hiip;lll with ths bmt ot liquors
A Hullalilo rnward will bs paid for ths
ri'tnrn ot tha light overcoat takio from
the HturgHH Kuropeaa hotl, and no (iit-
tlODS ankl. KD. O. HlMiHKH.
Gonulna I.ncra nllva oil mil t'J RO nar
ffauou at a. iiOuiDanio s.
A. W, Vedderaon and wifs ranis In
from tha north loat nlxht, and at ths Ho
IhI Highland from TriuUad.
K. K. Krawir aud lfx. ot Nnwllwi. cams
lu from ths wnl lout ulitht aud havs a
oomforlable room at ths Uotul UiKhlaud.
C. A. Hartnma aud wlf, ot KaUm,
earns lu from the north lawt nlxht aud
havetakHQ a room at the (Jraud Cen
tral. Jaoobo Yrlitarrl Is now at hU runrh on
ths ftoH lamhlnir, aud wuiln word to
the city that he Is lusetiug with good
Holomoo HI bo, ths Lagans general
nerchaut. Is lu the city, and Mtalua that
li Is here to learu the lattwt news about
the approaching war.
airs. Watson Btearns aud son, Rudolf
Stoarns, ot W allium, Momh are lu the
city for health aud pleamire. 'J hey are
registered at Uturges' Kuroiean.
Kor. U. N. Klnuey, nt ludlanapolls,
lud , earns lu from Las Vegan Uxt even
ing, aud la tha gutwt of Kev. K. 11. Allen,
who has beeu showing him about the city
Mrs W.C. Bwlirer. Mrs. C. F. Lneaa
mid alias Amelia Oweu, three ladies
from Spokane, WaMhiugtou, are In the city
to-day, aud have rooms at the iiolel
tilRbland. They find a warmer climate
Hers than of the stale of Washington,
but they do not like the wiud eiorm
which Is prevailing to-day. Mrs. Lui-oh
milled here about thirteen years ago as
Jlro. Owen, her huebaud belug'the dia
trlrt attorney aud his death occurred iu
Judge Howell Loughery, of Washing
ton, Li. C, and his elenographer, Kugeue
McKlroy, of Las Vega, are In the clly,
aud have takeu rooms at the Urund Cen
tral. Ths Judge Is here as a hwIhI at
torney of the government to hear ludiau
depredatloua claims against the govern
nieut, aud la busy thla afternoon hearing
the caae nt Kellx l'apa, of Hanta Ke. II.
C. Buruett, an uttoruey from Humboldt,
reun , and who Is representing a uuiu
ber of clalmauU, Is also In the city, and
has taken a room at the Hotel Hlgblaud.
Charles K. 8pler and U. J. Haver
eaiupf, who were hers the poet few davn,
left ou the return for the Jemes not
arlngs this mom lug. Mr. bpader
informed THE Citi.kn thut while
here bs secared the mauage
aient of ths hotel at Hiililiur hot
springs from ths owuer, Hou. il. 8. Otero,
aud during ths aummer will conduct a
model reaort hotel. All the rooms will
U newly furnished throughout, and the
dlnlug department will be up-to-date iu
every particular and the tables supplied
with ths best ths markets afford.
In all the newest and most becoming-
shapes and colors, to (it
any head, we are displaying- in
light weight Derbyt, Fedoras,
and all kinds of soft and stiff
hats for men and boys. Wc
have a fine assortment of Bicycle
and Golf Caps at bed rock prices.
Uses leas fuel than any other. Ths
heavleat oven plates used In any range.
The gratea can be changed Inetantly
from coal to wood.
l'ONAHOK IURDWARR Co.
Konr men wanted to room and board
at Mrs. H. K. Rutherford's, 113 Iron ave
nue, third door from ths Congregational
Ladles' Oxford shoes, all styles and
elz-e, epeclul this week; 1.4u a pair.
uuiiipu nuie ury uootis company.
Continued This Woolr. on
Silks, Dress Goods,
Ladies' Oxford Shoes,
NOTE THE PRICES.
MATCH THEM IF
10 S"gh.tt:;t51o!aUerU""5 Vard, CaCh y0Uf Ch0iCC f ay at ,3- a Pa,terD' the' 80lJ "
SO IMewH of All.Wool I).h8 Good9-Special price 25c a yard, former price from 3Sc to Soc a
yard. Come eirly; they won't last long at these prices. 35 5
50O Piece- of Einbrolderle.-Divided up in 5 lot. at 2c, 5c, 8c, IOc and 15o a yard worth
double. Biggest embroidery bargain ever shown in city. '
200 Pairs LiulUV Low-Cut Oxford Shoen-AIl size, and widths, at Sl.lO a pair former price
from $a.oo to $3 8S a pair. Shoe .tore, will charge you double for .arae Kool, P
1 OO Piece. 36-Inch Percales At 7e yard.
A. J. MALOY,
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
GOODS! BUTTE H
N0NR TO RQDAL.
118 Ilailroad Ave.,
0. BACHEIIf. K3TABLISHKD 18SS.
(if neral Agents for VV. J. Lcmpg St. Louis llocr.
ELEOANT KETAIL DEPAKT3IENT
OPEN DAY AM NIGHT.
Ontalde Orders Promptly Attended to.
Prleea Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
107 & 109 South First Street, - - Albuquerque, N. M.
DID YOU SAY DIAMONDS?
Well we have a FEW; bright, snappy sparklers, from $6
to $aoo, yet worth a third more. If April is your natal
month, diamonds you should wear. Simple our prices.
wati'sx .r.ToT; Y ItlXNARD' Jeweler.
E. J. POST & CO.,
MAIL ORDERS GIVEN PROMPT ATTENTION.
Just received, a carload
of Bass' Ale and Uulnness'
"Stout" at Lowenthal &
Wanua, Koach Property.
To trade well Improved cltr nroDertv
for rauch. Must have oorua alfalfa.
W. C. T. C.
Ths Woman's Christian Temnerannn
Union will meet at ths kindergarten
rooms Friday, April 3?. at 8 p. m. A
welooms to all. Rctu J. ist am n.
Found On the Uonntaln road, a fins
overcoat. Owner can call at this office
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Albaquerqne, N. M.
Clerk McDonald, of ths school board,
called at this ollice this morning snd re
quested the announcement that all times
having bills agalust the achool board to
preeent them to him at ones or as early
Dealers In Remington typewriters, ths
standard typewrltera of the world. Can
supply business nllloes with experienced
stenographers to fill permanent and tem
porary positions, at short notice, llahn
To-day. April 31. being the anniversary
of the birth of Kroebe), the founder of
the klndergarteii. Miss Ada I'hllbrick's
little MM'holura ara .iinkni.niA,aili. t,.A
event In sn appropriate manner.
Gus. Theliu. who has b en doing rhos-
niz. falnliA anil nthur Irl.mi. tnn.
turned to the territorial metropolis I ant
am. aim wan at wora at ins Tuelln
won. uaruer annp inie morning.
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