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THK DAILY CITIZEN
ALhryrKivvi; ,ivk i.. mm
Uy instructions from Chase &
San burn we arc authorized to sell
Java and Mocha Coffee at the
45-cent coffee at . . . Scents.
40-cent coffee at. . .35 cents.
3S-cent coffee at. , .30 cents.
30-cent coffee it. ..2$ cents.
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MONEY TO LOAN
On piano, flret-claa furniture, etc,
without removal. Also on diamonds,
watches. Jewelry, Ufa Insurance poli
cies. Trust deeds or any Rood secur
ity. Terms Terr moderate.
f9 Bouth Second street, Albuqner
que. New Mexico, neit door to West
ern Union Telegraph oQice,
15. A. SLEYBTJitt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
ROOMS 11 A 14 CKOMWKLL BLOCK
One Block East of Depot
First-class sample room
European Plan. . .
Well Lighted ud til Modern Conveniences
A Strictly First -Q am Hotel.
M. 12. HAYNIli
(SHCCMMT I. J. E M.UhW.)
Pure Jersey Milk
ISy-Oiiler. Promptly Filk-.l. Oulaiilr Older
UIMMKU & MM,
207 Railroad Ave.,
N. T. AK51UO Bl lLULNQ.
Kot 10 cent. a dim..
Have your ahlrt laundrted
And hum. od um.
At the Albuquerque Steam Laundry,
C.ra.r Vast m Md Sin.ad .t.
JAY A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Mbaqaerqne fish Market..
Kreah Hish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, Hhrltups, etc. Baltimore
Oysters, fresh every day la bulk
and cans. Headquarters foe
reiwod Poultry. Mail Orders
receive prompt attention.
20 sal 201 Souin Second Street.
MEL1N1 & EAKIN.
Ibolesale and Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trade auopllcd at Wbolraale price,
fcic.-lu.lv. acente for the faimiua Yelluwatoue
Wl.l.ky. All ilie aiaudiud taud ol
ST. LOUIS ud MILWAUKEE
Bottled beer Id atork. KK.nl bide board and
Keaiting room lu Connection and War Hull.
In. fresh from Ui. irea.
OPENING SUMMER SEASON
Sunday, Iuue 12, lh'JH
New N lrlure th ( Inr
CCrM. Orrhrntriw Ainsiir. IMrrr
Itrmm Wtr ir. Performance '.hurt
day, aim-tiny ami tmucijiy.hvcuiiiii. hprciol
hunday MeUince ltr lttuie una ClmUiro.
fitrti Uute atier the Kveninn Peiiorinmut.
AiiiniiHiiuii, Hit: huh n g round inp tlLket on
cur hut:. M cents.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St
Tin work. Vt Lituey Co.
Curtalus at the big titore.
BUtvs repairs at Vutrelle'a.
Boom moulding. WUlt&ey Co.
Waoti silks m yard at Ilfeld's.
New arrivals iu eleguut silk waiHU at
Novelties in our queeuHware depart
meuL Multuey Co.
dee the bargains la new furulture juxt
arrived at Fuirelle's.
Kire aale at "The Fair bture." See
tlieir bargain oouuwr..
Ladies and rliilarcu'a .Ilk parasols la
euclloMH variety at the KoouumiKl.
Oood eveuiug. Have you eeea the bar
gain eouuUrH at "Ihu If mi Store?"
Wauled (looil neeond-liaud bed room
s M auil carpel. Call at thu Ulioe.
For graiiHe-ware, tinware aud stove
see 4. vt. Uaruiug, HZ (iold avniue.
Ptioto auiipllee of all kiudH; developing
uu iiriutuig tor auialeum, al hi of It
The freelieet etovk of staple and fuuev
grooeriea are to be found al hell & t.o.'a,
Here's a bargln lu grnl'u Koiueo ulioee
la blni'k aud uu. horiuer pruie, j.
now $1 70 at btuiplei's.
White pigue aud duck ehirt waUU
seventy-five eeiite and upwanU only, at
uuiueu ttute viy uootu oouipauy.
Doctor's preecripUoiiH, drux, tueili
ciues, periuinnti, aoap. alanu a llie uiau
for a that; 111 Kailroad avenue.
Klfty pairs of boy' tan ,Iumh, hIzho II
to i, $1 Zo, and eiiea Vi to t. il.io, at
rtm. ciiapllu e iirmu f rout blioe Htore.
Men's aud boys' ituhIi hute only thirty
and thirty live rents earti ut linhlen hole
lry tiixxls C4iuitauy, half of what cloth
ing stores uhaige.
Ilie Hulphur hot epriiig is the Ideal
mountain reeorl within a day' rlile of
this city. Call at V . L. Trimlile A Co.',
uu north Beooud street, for particulars.
Htrangers will Oud good accomoda
tions at reawnable rutin at the iutilroad
aveuue houHe, half block from the ala
tlou. KomIiIhuU aud stranger alike are
cordially luvtted to palrouise the liatl-
N 1MMKNSK STOCK to select from in a matchless as
aoilmcrit of beautiful designs of new colorings and patterns.
We tits re to lay Special 8tre on the fact that we have not
01m WiiM In our tr which is not made in the very new
ent t)l and Hvetl to last. We have Waists from the best
manufacture! s in the country only; and do not compare the quality
of our goods with that of any inferior goods now placed before the
public. Our prii es we shall always be pleased to hold open to
comparison. It gives us a chance to show how much good, honest
value, as to qua.ny and workmanship, can really be crowded into a
Shirt Waist. e have just received another new shipment of
Waists, and must reduce our stock. We want to do this fast, and
we are making strenuous efforts to attain this end. Hence these
Ladies' Tcrculo Waists, worth 05c, now::::::.. .10c
Ladles' t'ercule Waists, worth ?5cf now - ,50c
Ladles' (jllngham Waists, worth ,M)c, now-. ,05c
Ladles' Madras Waists, worth $1, now .70c
Ladies' lrcalo Waists, worth 81.25, now-;. - J5c
Ladles' Madras Waistf, worth $1 50, now . $1.10
Ladles' Pernio Waists, worth $1.75, now - 1.35
Ladies Gingham waists, worth $2, now :" . :- 1.50
Ladies' IJu&kct ( loth waists, worth $2.50, now 1 75
Ladies' White Lawnwalsts, worth $1, now - ,70c
Ladles' White Dinimlty waists, worth
$1.50, nOW-"-::::::::,:::::::.:::;::;:::: :::::::.;;:;:::::::!,!
Ladies' Wah Silk waists, worth $0, now.: ."- 4,75
Ladles' TaiTcta and batln waists from to $10
road barber shop, ill) Railroad avenue.
New line porcelain bath tubs just put
In. Haths, to cents; hair cutting, 2i
oents. J. H. Hauuhex, proprietor.
KxcliiNtve novelties to be had onlr at
riie KiNinomiet: 1 he "uew" Dewev nilll-
lary belt. 1 he new patriot Io band bow.
I lie new ellwt in patriotic slick pins.
"Beauty pins," the laleet thing out. La-
llee piill xrarf. rink tulletla silk uu
lerxklrts, etc. Kverv thing at eastern
It you Intend to enjoy yournelf In the
uioiiutaiiis this Niiiuiiier, remcinber the
sulphur hot Kpringx, neNtled lu a valley
ol llie Jetnes itiotiulttlnx, cannot be sur-
piwweil for scenery, ror particulars
write to W. L. Trimble & Co , this city.
Ladies, we have a Uus lot of Oxford
ties In tali aud black that will be sold at
from seventy live ceuts to $1. Children's
tllppers, sltHM t) to il, seveiity-llve cents to
ft. V m. Chapllu, Kailroad avenue.
John Marriott, of Dallup, has been
made happy by receiving notice to the
effect that a peiiHlon has been granted
bltu at the rate of per month, begin
ning with da e October ill, IKii.
Beginning Saturday, Voorliees, the nhn-
tographer, will have thoee line tlitnh light
ptiotosot llie KrniiniH lull coiupauy on
mw ai ins siuaio, .u cents cacu.
Have just received another lot of crash
hats. 1 hey are very ueut and only cost
3 cenis. ftiniou merit, llie itaiiroad
Simpler, the people's shoe man, has re
iteived a uew Invoice of Laillea' Oxford
ties which he Is Helling at remarkably
Ladles' and Mlxses' white all silk psra
ls on special sale at (iolilen Kule Dry
ihxxls company, only eighty live cents.
Mann's Drug Store- Kverythlng new:
everything frenh; price right. tippoite
Maloy s grocery, on Kallroail avenue.
New ollicers of the Atlantic & i'acillc
lloepltal aNsociutiou will be elected at a
meeting to be held on July 4.
Bicycles, chain arid chululees. the bet
makee, made to wear, easy to ride, urlcee
the loweet at Brt ckmeier's.
Slightly damaged by Ore. Ooods of
fered cheap on the bargain couuters at
l lie Fair Store."
Old Kye, Bourbon or brandy, 7 cents
per quart. Call for samples, at A. Lorn
A complete line of Dotted meats and
lelicaclea tor luncheons ami picnics, at
Kreeh, home-made rhocolutes aud bon
oous at the Candy Kitchen.
Bo?' and glrU' straw hat. We. 15c. 20c
ind 2.V at Ilfeld's.
Patron It the Kcoiioitnst sale of wah
gotHl of all kind.
Vlnit the dren good Hpecial at Ilfeld's.
TH E WH ITNEY COMPANY
M'Cormiek Mowing Machine,
.... The Very Best Made.
'I'hat niake you feel cool during these hot nights,
beauties, call and see them and see our styles and prices.
CARRIAGES Styles and prices within the reach of all.
. . Hardware, Furniture, and Crockery . ,
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED DINNER SETS From $10.00 up.
TOILET SETS From $.1.50 up. Each and every one of our depart
ments tarry the largest slock in the Southwest.
THB CITT M BRIEF.
f ertoatl and General rarafrapos Ticket
Up Here sol Tbere.
A. 1). Whltson, the piano dealer ts In
Cerrlllos to-day, on a business trip.
W. J. KunkowHer, representing a big
I'hiladelphla wool house. Is In the city.
II. Bert Kills, formerly of W IiihIow, Is
at Sturgea' Kuropean, registering from
John Nobis and wife, of W Inslow are
In the metropolis, and are stopping at
K. A. Kletcher and son, from Chicago,
are at the Kuropean, arriving from the
north laet uight.
W. B. Hunt, of Ban Kranclsco, repre
senting "Hchtlling's Bent" gcsxls, will go
to hi 1'sho to-nigiit, alter spending a few
days In this elty.
Mrs. B. C. McCord and children, family
of the engineer of the Crystal ice Vorks,
left lant u I glit on a visit to relatives and
friends at Dallas, Texas.
J, A. Terrlll, a cattle raiser from the
Clifton, Arizona, neighborhood, came iu
from the south last ulght, and has his
name on the Sturges Kuropean register.
A. T. Brown and C. H. Brown, two
brothers who deal extenalvelr io cattle,
are In the city front Kort Collins, Colo
They will visit the ranges south aud west
of this city, with a view of purchasiug a
train load of cattle.
Remember Thursday and Saturday
evenings the Cundlff Clneogrsph com
pany at Orcheetrlon hall, war scenes,
moving pictures aud music with a free
dance after performance. 26 cent ad
mlMNlon Including street car trauporta
tion. O. B. Gillette, Jr.. Will T. Williams
and W. K. Koch, all well-known and
popular citizens of Silver City, are regis
tered at Sturges' Kuropean. They are
cattle owners, aud have some stock pass-
tug through for Kansas and Colorado pas
tur.s. W. C. Montfort, whose serious accident
In a runaway at the cemetery was
chronicled iu Tn Citi.kn yewterday
afternoon, is reported to be conlderably
better to-day, although lie received such
Injuries that will ooullus him to the bed
for a tew days.
Major J. S. Van Doren, the well known
reeldeut manager of the Bine Water Land
aud irrigation company, came la from
ins wei last night, ami is oomtorlably
quartered at Sturges' Kuropean. He re
ports his country, out weat ou the Santa
Ke facllle, lu good condition, and says
that Blue Water was visited by a good
rain the other day.
"Yes, I visited Denver, aud while there
took a run np to Omaha," said Mlks
Vandell, one oi the warriors of this city.
who returned home last night. He states
Tbe Canton All Steel Easy Dump Rake,
The Rake that makes our competitors envious. THK IN
SURANCE Gasoline Stove. "The Sufe Gasoline Stove." The
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE-BOXES, Save more ice
in ne season than they cost. Our ICE-CREAM FREEZERS
will make ice-cream while you are crushing ice for other makes.
If You Are doing to lh Mountain You ouyht to
see our folding camp onttits.
and I ron BedsteacLs,
CI 1 1 LPS'
. jai -
In order to reduce stotk rnd raise money we offjr for sale this week
100 Choice Men's Suits,
Worth $13.00, $i:i.OO,
VFAi SUIT 1
These are all this season's goods, hut the linen are broken and we
We also offer
200 Pair Fine
Worth $1.0O to fn.OO, at only
A P ATI ' Cj&I?! EZZn W
Some of these are
JV'Se 'ir HOYS' and I'll I Ll)Ki:VS
SUITS and WAISTS
at Reduced Prices.
that he hud a most delightful limit, and
the manner In which he whirled tliroiitfli
the Interfiling eight at holt D. liver anil
Omaha made him frel like he wh n lx)
again. He brought b ick with him no
new Jokes on the war situaliou.
Capt. J. J. Tsyl(r ami "Tally" McKln
ney drove In from Hell c.iuyon thisuioru
ing, and at noon I iik Ci i ikn olllce wae
honored with a csll from the captain. Hh
sUtes that everything Is moving along
smoothly out III Hell canyon, ami that
the camp will, al a very early day, be
rolling nut good paying ore.
Rev. Thomas llarwirad. accompanied by
Rev. J. Y. Perea, left yesterday afterunou
tor l'erslta, where the gentlemen today
conducted the funeral services of Rev.
I nan Hards, whose death occurred yes
terday morning. The ileceaeed wh s
Mexlcm mlulstcr of the MethodtHt Kpls
Don't fall to go to Orchewtrlon hall
Tiinrwlay eveuiug, nun lug pictures, war
scenes and free dunce after show. Beet
of order will be maintained and a good
time assured to all who attend. Admis
sion 'ia cents, including street car fare.
The Injunction case of the lhiitieriue
Laud anil Irrigation company, to he
heard before Jinlgs McKie at Santa Ke,
was piwtponed from yesterday to some
future day, to be announced later.
J. A. Harlan, siippriMendeut of bridge
and building; Hun Klliott, roadmater,
and A. L. Conrad, travelling auditor, all
employes of the Santa Ke railway, are
in the city to-day.
Cha R. Kddy, president of the Kl 1'sw
A Northeateru railroad, and a party ot
fr'euds paseed through the city on thnlr
way to La l.uz, via Kl l'ao, lat night.
The Woman's Missionary sin-let y of the
Methodist KplHCopal church will meet at
the Lead Avenue church to morrow,
Thursday, at H p. m.
C. S. Moore, the Hidden miner and op
erator, cams In from the north last
night, and has a comfortable room at the
W. A. Wilson, ot Kansas City, with
II. K. Wllwitt, ot Topeka, are at thutirand
1 ' :
HW - M'iii
Olfice and Salesrooms, 217-219 S. 2nd St.
Workshops and Heavy Hardware, 115-117
S. 1st. street.
$14. OO and $1500, at only.
J J V at
regular; other are misfits, and
The Railroad Avenue Clothier.
ON THE LOOK-OUT
For the Spanish fleet U Uncle
Sam, and when once 'V31--able"
will follow D;wey'i ea;.
ample "Veni Vidi Vict." Sj
with our patrons when on bar
gains bent, they find our prices,
our work and our representations
I. Y. MAYiHARD, Jewslar...
Witch Inspector, T. & S. F. R.
A ltHttlr t'lurad la a llarral Conlaltilng
Dr. W. P. W ashburne and W. B.Maer,
who b'lt here on Vvedneeday morning
IsHtou horwback for a trip to Santa Ke,
relumed thin morning, and rode the en
tire diHlauce there and back. They
topped over night at Sernalillo yeter
dity on their return ami enjoyed
tlu tn elves as suex! of "Hilly"
Nis'dei, the well known merchant of
thut town. Mr. Manser tells good
-lory, true to life, ou Noedel. "Alfalfa
hay cutting Is 011 In good earuewt at
llermtlillo,' aiil Mr. Maeer, "aud yeeter
day a native joker found a rattleuake
of two rattle. The snake wa captured,
and the joker, with his uakehip, called
at Noedel', where he spied au opeued
tnrrel of bottled beer. The snake wa
deposited in the barrel, among the straw
wrapping and beer Ixittle. and soon had
hlm-elf coiled up for attack. A short
time afterward, the Joker called agaluat
the Htore but tills time wanted to buy
tome bottled beer. Mr. Noedel had none
on ice, but the purchaer wanted It from
the barrel, so Noedel went back to the
barrel to get the beer. The Kintke was
there, readv tor biiHiuess, but Noedel hud
caught highi of the rattler and with a
vo'.ipie of bounds be was out of danger.
A giMdl laugh was enjoyed at Noedel 'a ex
pend, aud the latter 1 wondering to him
self where that real snake came from."
You CD Ileal Hit. T
CMIdreu's Dongola Shoes, new made,
size 0 to 8 at GOc
Children's Dongola Shoe, coin toes,
D K and KK sixes. S1, to 11 at h.'c
Children' Dongola Shoes, new good,
beet Dongola, coin toes, eizes lll
to 2, at f l. IX)
Theee goods will not last long at these
price. Hko.C. Oainslky. Co..
Reliable Shoe Dealers, 12 South Second
lif' See Show windows.
The funeral ot Carl Railing took place
this morning, leaving the bonne at n:;iO
o'clock. The pall bearers were A. liitrch.
(ieorge Schneider, Chas. HeiHch, C.
Schmidt and M. Kink. Stephen Hailing,
H.in of deceased, arrived from Needle 011
the delayed train this uioniing with hi
wire and child. The funeral was quite
largely attended. Prayers for the de td
were delivered at the Catholic church,
ou r the reuiatii, by Rev. Kather Mau
dulxri. To lite many friend who allowed
their sympathy to the bereavsd brother
iu their sillictioii, Siinou and Stephen
Hailing, the noii. wixh to express their'
gratitude through This Citi.kn.
Profcesor K. P. Child, the newly
elected iirofeHHorof chetuiHlry and phyaic
in the I niverity of New Mexico, wa
introduced in this utiles by Preideut
Merrick. ProfeMMor Child and family
expect to spend a part of the vacation iu
the mountain, bill will return to Albu
iiierueiii time for the slimmer assembly
iu August, iu which the proeor take
part. He i a gentleman of wide exper
ience a a tcucher and a talented Invest!
n ut 1 r, who ha received the warmeet
comtuendittiiiii from high authoritte.
I he professor aud family arrived last
mglit from Pueblo, Colo., aud are at the
The Woman's Relief Corp of the (Irani!
Army of the Republic iu thi city has
tw.'iity-roiir members, ami they have done
a gn at amount of charitable work since
the (TgHiiiv.lon of the soclt ty.
Jimna Aragon y Valles de (iarries
wauls to lose a part of her name o sin
brings suit in the circuit court for ill
voree ugHllist Victor (iairie alleging
uecruou ami non-supiori.
There were .f;UI men einnlnved veeler
day in the Simla Ke t'acithi shop iu this
city. 1 nis 1 me largest number of em
plo)s iu the shops Hluce their establish
Ladles, do you need a new pair of
mineer nee iitetus UU weeK.
Ice creiim, in pint and quart Isixes,
5ic per uuart, Candy Kitcheu.
: lKIt SUIT
want to close them out now.
t a i a in
f IV 1 Wilt
are all neat goods.
309 Topper Ave.
Horwahoeing a Specialty. Wagon Repair
ing and aU Other KJndi of iilaclumith
The cycling season is now opening and
the prevailing quetlou la, "W here can I
get the beet wheel for the money I care
toluveHt?" Let us know vour uric. We
are certain to have a wheel that will Ut
it. vte nave gocxl wheels ouly, but have
many styles at many prices. Habn Ado
Ye, we're going to move, and we find
that we have a whole lot of new and sec
ond hand furniture, etc., that we would
rather sell you at a big discount than
carry with us. This removal sale will
last ten days onlv. Our il . vonr irnln.
J. 0. Uldeon, Klrst street.
Hrockmeler Is acknowledged to have
the finest assortment of wheels In the
territory, for rent or sain. Ladles', gen
tlemen's and children's wheel, also tun.
dems. Call aud examine his stock.
Burnt orange ribbons in sash and tie
widths at ilfeld's.
Always Goods People
Want; Price People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Received.
The folloviii; Siwiiila have bwn carefully selected from tlin tlitlVrent
deiiai'tiiients, ami you will Hud the ta'ues exactly as reiiresented. We like to
give you these Uar-iin Surprises, because we know that you will appreciate them.
You can buy freely from the lots quoted below, and with the full assarance that
they are under regular prices
Skiit Waist Special
About 200 of them. All tbe
newest and best deMcns: made
with bishop sleeves and deep
pointed yoke; laundered collar
and cuffs. Compare them with
any waist at 40c. This lot may
go at tf.lc
Another lot at flOc. Match
them if ycu can at 75c.
Sun IJinbrollii Special
Fast Ulack Gloria Silk, Para
yon Frame, 26-inch; handsome
assortment of natural ttii.k hand
les; cost you in the regular way
$1,25. We are goin; to give
you the pick of these for. Sl.OO
A MiiIiii Sprclitl
Full yard wid; si ft, line, even
thread; finished for the needle
I'ri e by yard or piece while it
Ladies' Oxford Ties, in Tan and Black,
only $1.40 a pair, worth $2.00 and $3.15.
A. J. MALOY,
OLU 1J HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
None to Equal,
BELL'S SPIUNGS CREAMERY KUTTEU
118 Railroad Ave.
General Agents for W. J. Lcmp's St. Louis Beer.
ULEOANT RETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIQ1IT.
Outeide Order Promptly Attended to.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction Guaranteed.
107 & 109 South First Street, Albuquerque, N. M.
I. h'ndoraed by
and BUSINESS MEN.
N. W. ALGER,
Agent for New Mexico.
Also Agent for the best BUILDING and LOAN ASSOCIATION,
"THE IIVIDXJQT171JC ATI..'
STOCK FOR SALE. MONEY TO LOAN.
Ho I for
WE DESIRE TO INFORM
The a-nod drewera of Albinueniup
that a tiue line ol
Await their Inspection at
107 Sojtli Mrat
Suits Cleaned for $1.00.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
A Uedspreud Special
Full double bed size, heavy
crochet, in Marseilles patterns.
ou ve paid $1.50 for no better.
These are yours at $1.15
A Kid Move Special
Only 14 dozen in the lot; all
the standard spring shades, 4-but-ton
lengths, perfect skins, perfect
lit. The only wrong thing about
them ia the price. They are the
grade for $1.15. This week
A little lot of about 65 dozen,
heavily embroidered scalloped
edges, tine and sheer; they're not
linen, but the Swiss Lawns so
popular just now. You can't
have too many of them at this
price 1 Oc
Albuquerque. N. M.
JOHNSTON & MOORE'S
Famous Stages Leave
EVERY THDRSDAY MORNING
tSjTFor the Resort.
Livery Feed and Sales Stables.
H ACKS to auy part of the city for only 25c.
Old Telephone No tl. New Telephone No. 1 14
COPPER AVENUE, Bet. Seconl and Third S!s
CALL AT THE
(UIUHLAND BUILDING. )
J. A. SKINNER,
Low Price and Courteous Treatment.
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
Assorted lot of Women's Stock
ings, full regular made, fast black
and tan shades; actual value inl
and 25c. Price on this lot. .. 1 5c
Just a case of 36 doz. Women's
shaped Jersey Ribbed Vests, low
neck and short sleeves. We
tempt you with these at .".:
On ting Shirt Special
Made of Percale, neat H'.rip ji
and checks, full generous size.",
well made and right lilting. Thes.:
should go fast at 5c
French Sere Special
Pure wool, warp and filling,
width 36 to 40 inches. Worth in
a regular way 50c. A choice c.l
this lot at :: ;