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MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1908.
ALliUQUERQUK EVENING CITIZEN.
MAY MEAN MAIL ROUTE FOR
ROSWELL AUTOMOBILE LINE
Direct Route From Albuquerque to Roswell Quick
est and Cheapest-Only Five and One Half Hours
From Pecos Valley to Torrance.
Among: the prominent Ancient Free
and Accepted Masons in tie city at
tending the Grand I.odue is Kobeit
Kellahin, postmaster at Roswell. who
is a delegate 'ram Columbia chapter
to the grand chapter.
Mr. Kellahin came oer from the
Pecos valley town via the Roswell au
tomobile route, the Santa Fe Cenrral
and the Santi Ke. The trip from Ros
well to Torrance was ma 'e in. fit "
hours and thirty minutes, actual run
ning. The big VVinton toni ins car left
Roswell at 11 :2 In the niorninn with
four p "ions ' osiiles the ehaffeur on
board a-.d arrive J at Torrance at 6 o'
clock in the evening. Airo:ii; the per
sons with Mr. Kellahin -.van a p stoT
flee inspector who was iiir-klns the
trip with a view to establishing a mall
route on the automobile line.
On the present schedule of the au
tomobile company a lay over of all
night at Torrance Is necessary to
make connections with the west bound
Santa Fe Central, but Mr. Ke.lahin
LID ON SUNDAY
Saloon Keepers Smell
Mouse and Agree to Ob
serve the Sabbath.
CONGRESS MAY SUPPRESS VICE
Do the saloon keepers of Albuquer
que fear a 'crusade? That la t'ne ques
tion that has been asked many times,
as a result of the liquor dealers agree
ing to close their places on Sunday,
and keep them closed all day. Yes
toiday, for the first time In several
years, the "lid" was on In Albuquer
que, and It was a difficult problem that
the thirsty one had to solve. Whether
the Sunday closing is to be a perma
nent thing, remains to be seen, but
those who know say that it will.
It Is said that the saloon keepers
told a secret meeting recently and
voluntarily agreed to close their
places on Sunday. Various reasons
are advanced for their1 hasty action In
the matter, and It Is believed that at
last they have come to the conclusion
that tuere is very liable to be "some
thing doing" before many months.
Probably the chief cause of their
alarm Is the. fear that congress at Its
next session may take some action on
the memorial addressed to Jt by the
Presbyterian synod of New Mexico,
which memorial urges congress to at
once pass an act prohibiting the li
censing of public gambling in the ter
ritories of the United States.
If congress should pass a law pro
hibiting public gambling In the terri
tories Albuquerque and Phoenix, Ari
zona would be thf two towns In the
sister territories that would be the
hardest hit. However, It Is believed
that some remedy will be found here
at home for the suppression of the
evil and that it will be unnecessary
for congress to legislate against the
suppression of vice in the territories.
Another rumor Is that theWoman's
Tempeiance Union, which has Just
closed Its annual session at Las Ve
gas, is planning a general crusade
against all forms of vice and the or
ganization of anti-saloon leagues in
every town In the territory.
These and many other rumors have
caused some consternation amotlg the
liquor dealers and has resulted In
their agreeing to close up on Sunday.
GREGORY PAGE, A PROMINENT
REPUBLICAN,- VISITING ALBU
QUERQUE. Gregory Page, one of the prominent
republican leaders of McKlnley coun
ty, came in this morning from Gallup
whpre he has extensive business Inter
ests. He was a pleasant caller at
The Citizen office this afternoon, and
in the course of his conversation
stated that the republicans of McKln
ley county are no longer divided;
they met in a most harmonious gath
ering last Saturday .night and went on
record in favor of joint BtateSood for
New Mexico and Arizona. "It was a
big meeting." said Mr. Pa.?r; "an!? the
democrats of McKlnley county will
follow suit tonight by holding a con
vention at Gallup and Indorsing joint
ure. I tell you, everybody at Gallup
and In McKinley county, are for joint
statehood, and if we can gVt Con
gressman Tawney and his party to
top over in Gallup fur only a few
hours, wo will convince them that we
are in dead earnest."
SILVER CITY'S WAVE
EDITOR VALTON TALKS ABOUT A
GOOD GRANT COUNTY TOWN.
Hen. W. 11. Walton, editor or the
Silver City Independent, is among the
prominent Masons in the city attend
ing the meeting of the gran I lodge.
Mr. Walton speaks enthusiastically of
'ho business conditions of Silver City.
About linn men are employed at pres
ent at the Silver City smelter and
S 'tue large improvements are being
made on the snielrer, which, when
coin plet ed, will furnish employment for
about 2"0 more. These improvements
include a ."iii-ton stack and rjiin-ton
concent . at inir mill, the la:ter being
under conM ruction.
The Cnmanchu Mining and Smelting
companj's nairow gauge toad to lTnos
Altos. about completed, and the
prospect Is that it will l.e extended on
to the Burro mountains, which is
bound to have much to do with the
future prosperity of the town.
Mr. Walton says that at present the
pay roJl of tho Comanche Mining and
Smilting company at Silver City, Is
between $lo,0on and $-'o,iilil per month
and th, prospect Is that this amount
w ill be Increased materially during the
lit u few months.
says that It will soon be arranged so
that the touring cars and the trains
will make almost direct connections,
the departure being made from Ros
wr',1 in the evening and the arrival at
Toim'ce being made in the morn
ing. This will bring the time distance
between Roswell and Albuquer .:c
down to about twenty-four hours. At
present the time between the two
p. aces either by coming across by the
r . e (ne anrt the Santa Fe Cen
t.r, : by rail via EI Pnso. requires
I . ix hours, and the cost, not In
cluding hotel fare, Is considerable
I more by the southern route than It is
I by the direct route. By rail the actual
' fare Is $22.45. while by the other route
the automobile fare Is M; the Santa
Fe Central fare Is $5.60, anil the Santa
Fe's fare from Kennedy to Albuquer
que Is $2.40, which altogether amounts
to but $18.
Mr. Kel ahin says that he expects
to return home the same way he
DEATH OF EDITOR
HENRY H. HOWARD
It Occurred at San Marciai
Sunday Afternoon at
WAS SICK FOR A LONG TIME
Special to The Citizen. !
San Marclal, N. M, Oct. 16. Henry
Hammond Howard died in this city at
3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, after a
lingering illness extending over a per
iod of nearly a year. For many years
deceased published a weekiy news
paper here, known as the San Marciai
Bee, but was put out of business by
the floods which visited this part of
the Hio Grande valley several years
ago. Mr. Howard was well liked by
everybody here, and represented this
and Sierra counties in the lower house
of the thirty-fifth and thirty-sixth ter
ritorial legislative assembles. His
death Is universally mourned here and
elsewhere in thin legislative district.
OF THE DECEASED
Henry Hammond Howard was born
In the proviuce of Ontario, Canada, in
1803 of Scotch-English parents. Until
16 years of age the daily routine of his
life was the usual occupations "to be
found upon a farm, and in attending
the public school. Then he entered
the Collegiate Institute at Woodstock,
where two profitable years were spent.
At this time his father gave him the
choice of a profession or a trade. A
trade seemed the best course toward
Independence and he became appren
ticde to the printer's trade in the
Weekly Review office in Woodstock.
Since then he held many positions of
responsibility and trust in various
eastern publishing houses. About ten
years ago he came to New Mexico,
and took up his residence at San Mar
ciai, securing control of the Uee, and
edited it faithfully and well, while it
was published, to the advancement of
the republican principies and the up
building of that community.
.The deceased was unanimously
nominated by the republicans of So
corro county as a candidate for repre
sentative in the thirty-fifth legislative
assembly from the counties of Socor
ro and Sierra, and was endorsed by
the republicans of the latter county.
He was elected by a good majority
and made one of the best members of
that legislative assembly. Mr. How
ard was re-elected representative from
Socorro and Sierra counties in the
thirty-sixth legislature. He took a
deep interest in educational matters;
championed the admission of New
Mexico as a state, and believed that
all classes of property should be as
sessed for taxation in the county
where located, and when in the legis
lature worked for laws on these sub
jects. He was an Odd Fellow, a
Woodman, and a member of the An
cient Order of United Workmen.
CAR NO. 3 RAN WITH
OUT ITS FENDER DOWN
When the city council meets tomor
row ii should call the attention of the
Traction company to the fact that it is
not observing closely the clause of its
franchise which requires that each car
.-hall carry a serviceable fender. On
Saturday night car No. ;i ran through j
the business Kirtion of the city to a
point near the corner of Rail:na.l ave-1
nue and Third street, wiih its fenuer;
(trapped up to the trout of the car.
The car was stopped at this point and
the fender released and put. in its cor
red position, but had the car acci
dentally run down a person, while the
fonder was not In serviceable position,
the death of the pedestrian would un
doubtedly have been the result.
MISSING ARTHUR WALSH
FOUND IX COLORADO
ALBUQUERQUE HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENT WHO RAN AWAY
FROM HOME IS CAUGHT BY PO- '
LICE IN CANON CITY. I
Arthur Paul Wal.-h, the 1." jear old
sou of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Walsh, of
South Third stieet, who mysier-iou.-ly
.lb-appeared from home on the
night of September 2, was taken in
custody y.-Merday by the police at.
Canon City. Colo. An otlicer from that
city slatted for Albuquerque today
with the runaway boy.
Young W'al-h was attending the Al
buquerque high school ut the time
of his disappearance and his parents
were greatly worked up over his de
parture. The matter was placed in
the hands of Chief McMillin. of the lo
cal police department. o at once
sen' cut di script ions of the boy to
the police of cities In Texas, Arizona,
New Mexico and Colorado and the
arrest of the boy at Canon City yes
terday was the result. i
A BIG HAUL
Touch Safe in Mori&Azario's
Saloon For Sum Exceed
NO CLUE TO THE THIEVES
Some time between 4::in and 7 o'
clock yesterday morning burglars en
tered the saloon and grocery store of
Mori & A.arlo at 8oy North Third
street, and robbed the safe of a sum
said to bo between $300 and $PHi.
The last man to leave the saloon
j was Lorenzo Azarlo, one of the pro
! prietors. He says that he closed nn
about 4:10 o'clock yesterday morning,
but was . a hurry and forgot to lock
the safe. It was therefore an easy
matter ft 'he hurelars to enter It
and make away with the money,
which was all in silver and currency,
with the exception of about $7 In
checks, and represented the total re
ceipts of the sales for Saturday and
When the day bartender opened up
about 7 o'clock yesterday morning, he
found the rear door to the saloon op
en and the safe door also standing
ajar. He suspected something was
wrong and after a hasty examination
discovered that the safe had been
robbed of Its contents. He telephoned
to police headquarters and Officer Joe
Salazar was the first to respond. La
ter Officers Knapp and Hlghbargaln
visited the place and investigated the
Although two suspects were arrest
ed yesterday these were released to
day, as there was no evidence to show
that they did the Job. The police have
their nets out and It Is said that there
are several persons under surveil
lance who were hanging around the
saloon most of Saturday night.
Chief McMillin was somewhat re
ticent today regarding the robbery,
but it is believed that the chief and
his force will succeed In. placing the
robber or robbers under arrest within
the next twenty-four hours.
STRONG FOOTBALL ELEVEN
AT AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE
PROF. J. D. TINSLEY SAYS OUT
LOOK IS BRIGHT FOR MOST
SUCCESSFUL YEAR IN HISTORY
Prof. J. r. Tinsley, of the depart
ment of soils and physics at the Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts at Mesilla Park, arrived in the
city from the south this morning and
will spend a few days here. In talk
ing to a Citizen reporter about condi
tions at the college, Prof. Tinsley
"The agricultural college opened
this year with a very, gratifying at
tendance, the attendance this year be
ing nearly as large as that of last
year In Bplte of the fact that the low
est class of the preparatory depart
ment has been cut off. There are more
students in the college classes than
ever - before.
"The football team has about twenty-five
candidates out for regular
practice and the prospects were never
brighter for a winning eleven than
they are this year. Indications now
are that the agricultural college team
will be the champions of the New
Mexico gridiron this season.
"The experiment station is making
quite an extensive study of cacti, both
as cattle feed and food for man. The
chemical department Is making a
chemical analysis of the plant, and
fruits; the agricultural department is
feeding can cactus to dairy cowhand
the botanical department Is studying
the best methods of growing the cac
ti. "A sufficient agreage has been sign
ed up by the land owners in the Me
silla vailey to Insure the construction
of Uie Elephant Hutte (lam and the
books of the Rio Grande Valley Water
Users' association will be closed to
entries on November 4th."
Prof. Tinsley reports that during
the summer vacation, Prof. Wooton
and himself spent a good part of the
time in examining the lands which
were donated by the government to
the college. The college land lying In
the southeastern portion of the terri
tory Is mostly grazing land, some of
it being very good, while some of it is
MRS. MARY J. BORDEN
OF THE TERRITORIAL WOMAN'S
CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE UN
ION. The annual- convention of the Wom
an's Christian Tempeiance union of
New Mexico, which was In session at
Las Vegas Friday, Saturday and Sun
day, clo.-ed last evening after what
was considered a very successful
meeting. The address of Rev. Mary
.1. Borden, of this city, was the feat
ure of the convention, and Mrs. Bor
den was elected to succeed herself as
pn -.blent of the territorial union.
Other officers ejected are us fol
lows: Mrs. J. R. Mean, of Kennedy,
vice president; Mrs. S. C. Long, of
I.as Vegas, second vice president;
.Mrs. !. K. Wilson, of Albuquerque,
corresponding secretary; Mis. Ada
Morley. of liatil, lecording S'-cretarv,
anil Mrs El a O. Wood, of Santa Fe,
BARBERS OPPOSE SUNDAY
HOURS AND LONG DAYS.
Los Am: Vs. Cai.. Oct. ltj. I ruder
the aus'eiei of the Central Lab r
Council an open Meeting will be held
this evening, to whi'-h all union bar
bers and their employes m tin city
have been invited. The object of tin
meeting is to discuss till- propo.-i ion
of a .mi ,ng S:, uday woik and n
din ing the number of working hours
on week days. Ii is claimed by the
eifieials of the Labor Council th:t ,n
no other city in the country do the
barbers wor1, mo.e hours than in l.os
FRESH SMOKED SALMON.
FRESH SMOKED WHITE FISH.
HEINZ BULK PRESERVES.
HEINZ BULK CHOW-CHOW.
A FULL LINE OF HEINZ BULK
PICKLES. ALL FRESH, AT THE
JAFFA GROCERY CO
'Good Things to Eat."
Citizen watit ads get the business.
Vn'i want when jour appetite Is poor,
tor.vue coated, skin sallow, and sleep
Ii all., u,t.wil 1, In rr 1tri won't rill 111
' . .---. lll" -
it- place and for that reason we urge
"u to insist on navm
with our Private Stamp over the
neck ot the bottle. You'll find It es
pecially valuable for correcting the
above ailments, also In cases of Sick
Headache, Sour Risings, Kidney Trou
bles. Costiveness. Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, or Insomnia.
IT0CE - MONEY METAL WOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
Bios., Correspondent for Ixigan
& Bryan. Barnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 85
Ante; lean Sugar 140
Atchison, common 88T6
Baltimore & Ohio 112ft
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 72
Canadian Pacific 171ft
Colorado Fuel & Iron 45
Colorado Southern, common ... 28
Colorado Southern, second 43 ft
Chicago, Great Western, com. . . . 22ft
C. & O bfi 'fe
Erie, common 48
Erie, first 81
Louisville & Nashville 151
Missouri Pacific 103
Mexican Central 24 Td
New York Central 148
Reading, common 121ft
Rock Island, common 32
Kock Island, pfd.... 78
Republic Iron & Steel, common.. 26ft
Republic I: on & Steed, pfd 95
Southern Pacific '. f,lft
St. Paul 180 14
Southern Railway 3!ft
Tennessee Coal & Iron K(!ft
Texas Pacific 34
l.'nion Pacific, common 132
U. S. S., common 3g
U. S. S., pfd 104
Wanash, common '21
Wabash, pfd 4214
Wisconsin Central, common 32
Wisconsin Central, pfd fi2,4
O. & V 54
Greene Copper 2714
Kansas City Live Stock,
Kansas City. Mo., Oct. lfi.-Cattle-Receipts.
14.000, including 1.500 south
erns; market Rteady to a shade lower;
native steers. I3.50?fi.l0; Bouthorn
steers. $2..V)ifT3.73; BiTtlthern cows,
11.7." iff 2.75; native cows and heifers,
$1.7.1 4.75; stockeis and feeders,
$2.75fi 4.25; bulls, $23; calves. $2.14
(fr'6.25; western steers. $2.754.25;
western cows, $1.75 3.25.
Sheep Receipts, 8,000; market was
strong; muttons, $4?5.25: lnmlm. $5.50
ftt7.20; range wethers, $4.5()7.20; fed
ewes, $3.954.60. J
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, ,Oct. IB. CattleReceipts,
30,000; market steady to 'lOc lower;
beeves. $3.70ffi 6.30; cows and heifers,
$1.254; mockers "And feeders, $2.15tf?
4.30; Texans, $3.60JT4.5O; westerns,
Sheep Receipts. 38.000; market was
steady to strong; sheep, $4ig-4.30;
lambs, $1.75(8 8.
St. Louis Wool.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 16. Wool mar
ket steady; territory and 'western me
diums, 2t?(f?3oe; fine medium, 2226c;
ALLEGED SNEAK THIEF
LANDED IN JAIL
NEGRESS FINED FOR ASSAULT
ING WHITE MAN OTHER PO
LICE COURT NEWS.
In the arrest of Ferdinand Uallijos
on Saturday night, it is believed the
officers have made an important cap
ture of a badly wanted sneak thief.
Ballijos was arrested for drunkenness
and a search of his person revealed
a pocket book, knife, and papers be
longing to a man by the name of F.
Crow. The articles were a part of the
contents of a suit case belonging to
Crow, which disappeared a few days
ago from the Union hotel on South
First street. Ballijos will be given a
hearing in police court this afternoon.
He denies steadng the articles and
says that he found them.
Lmma Matthews, a d.isky belle hail
ing from Wlnslow, Arizona, was ar
rested by Otlicer li.ghbargain on Sat
urday night while engigrd in a lively
ussle with one A. 1. Johnson on
South Kirs! siie:. A; cording to the
lestiine'iy of witnesses In milieu court
this inun.'i'g John.' .t, u walking
so.ith oil 1 ir,' Mivet t t'-'y ft the on.
tun; when he Ciii.it i. n negro man
and two tiegresses. 'J he ln-gl(es Vi'-(.
tjl.iiig i:p 1 he wliulr sidewalk and
when Johnson uitempied 10 push be
tween them to get p;it, the Matthews
woman made a pass at him, and step
ping elf the Mdewa.k tucked up u
brickbat. At the Maine tune her color
ed 11. an ma le a mow a if to draw a
kiiii from his hip pocket, whi.e the
o;l.er Woman stood by. Thing looked
"'on. for ' ; ; ti - in . i has but one
nil', Kl' lie p ompi ariual of the of
ficer pu! a i.uieiUh on llie whole uf
I'.i.r. Tin- dusl t'io were taken to
jail wl.i they put up a cash bond for
i'k ir . 1 1 1 . a1 ance in conn this luoru-1114-
'I lie 11. -L-res.-, explained to the
court iiow everything would (javi1
been iilvigm ,i John-oil had only ask
ed; Tleasc, miss, let n,e pass." This
us -.cm ,01, w a lid V Loo much for
l.i me ( iau1"M .11 1 ,ir : in,: lie Mat
thews woman in ac' costs am) let
t In' ot ' 1 -. 1;.)
I I! Iieiih-y ami 1 rie, Roberts
'.-t I'1 a 'Mi .-enl lie. 1 o five days'
!; ' 11 ': n'e'ii iii p.ijmetit for a
rpi.e lie ., had on s-.-'.'u ay niht.
I'm .loin s and ir i'.v .id Vaiinaier.
io I', .war eld In.;, s ' 111 Kentucky,
v l o m iv i.c::i:im ;h. way across
'l.e 1 ,i!i,ir- in i.n . ' ,.pt to reach
! me, 1 re told to : ! a the du.-L of
A 1 1 ' 1 i 1 1 . l( lie fioi.i 'i r .-hoes.
Cla-lcs ha. I, char-ie! with asuult
il.4 CollMi.iile Jail."- Mllilll Willi
words was assessed fl". Hall denied
lliat the remarks lie addressed to the
itlic. r w -. '.iiicoiiii.: in Miary, but. the
Olirt s .ell.ed '0 . : herwi.se.
NEW ROOMING AND
Your patronage t"l. cited. .Nice,
523 South First btreet.
The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
THE BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
f it tar m
we will offer these elegant Coats at
0 FINE COATS
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, t prices that are fair and
square, and we are now making
On the Following
I $12 Refrigerators '. $9
$8.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves.... 96.75
8 China Tea Sets .....96
40c China Salad Bowls .....25c
Decorated Havlland China, at 20
per cent discount.
75c Glasa Berry Sets 25c
35c Glass Water Pitchers 20o
$1.75 Decorated Lamps $1.25
$4-50 Decorated Lamps $3.25
$1 Steam Cereal Cookers 65c
50c Steam Egg Poachers 40c
$12.50 Buggy Harness $10.50
FOURTH 8T. AND RAILROAD AVE.
8. T. VANN, O. D.
President of New Mexico Board of
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight,
headache and nervous strain.
Office Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments' made at Vann's drug
Miss Viola Kremer and Miss Agnes
Stillborn announces the opening of a
studio in rooms 35-36 Barnett block.
Miss Kremer is a graduate of the
Michigan Conservatory of Music at
Detroit, Mich., and will teach voice
and piano. Miss Stillborn is a recent
arrival from New York and will take
a limited number of pupils in drawing
and water colors. Studio hours from
1:20 to 12, to 4:30
WHERE TO DINE WELL.
SANTA FE f EST AURA NT
MEALS AT AM. HOCKS. Quick
time, good fervlce, at reasonal.li;
prices. The nearest place In Albu
iiier.iin to Santa Ke depot. Open day
and night. Bar In connection.
l.V.NN, HAVEN ISA Y AND BLUE
POINT OYS'lEHS In any style. First
direct and Silver avenue, opposite de
pot. Meal ticket, 21 meals for $3.
Special sale cf fine Bath Robe
Blankets, just the thing for your win
ter Hath Kobe. Choice, $2 each. See
window display at the Golden Rule
Dry Goods company.
DFATH OF MRS.
Heath of Mrs. Uo.se MeCabe 14 pt .
Mrs. Rose MeCabe. a.t'ed CO years,
'lied at 3 o'clock this morning at her
home on East Coal avenue, after a
linu.Tiiii; illness. Mrs. MeCabe had
lived In Albuqiio: que f.it; the last two
y ar.-i, coining fr(,m St. Charles, 111.,
for the benefit of her health. She
has many friends in Alluiiiuoniuo who
ni ne urievpti to learn or her death.
A hu.-band, one daimhter and two
sons, one of whom, Robert MeCabe,
resides in Albuquerque, and will ac
company the remains to St. Charlef
where interment will take place.
FRESH POULTRY TODAY
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO,
"Good Things to Eat."
The largest and finest line of "Dressy" Coats ever seen In the city;
every one a beauty and an exclusive novelty In Itself. Positively, no
two alike. The style la the verr lat
est, in shades of Hello, Purple, Green,
Chamois, White and Black. Regular
AND SEE OUR
Carpets. Rugs, Matting, Linoleum.
Curtains, Portieres and Draperies
And also a
Blankets, Comforts and Pillows
Our prices are
Albert Faber, 305 Railroad Avenge
',XV ' ' i f V
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your house when
It's cold. Fill your bins for next win
ter now, and avoid the rush,
American Block Coal, the best Gallup
mined; CeiMllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal.
Factory Wood. 3 full load. Green
Mill Wood, ?2.2j full loud.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD,
Auto. 'Phone, 416. Colo. 'Phone, 45.
WE ARE SPECIALISTS
In compounding medicines. It's our business. We study to know how
to prepare remedies so that each ingredient retains its full medicinal
properties. Do you think it worth while to have your prescriptions
filled by experts in the business?
a. h. a ft i ccs a - T
A First St. and Gold Ave.
Props. Alvarado Pharmacy.
j0 Auto phone, 310. Bell phone, 115. Residence Auto phone, No. 299.
0 Am BORDERS, Funeral Director and Emblmer
Black or White Hearse. $3.00. Commercial Club Building.
Q CITY L'NDEUTAKER.
are showini ior the rail
and Winter wCason, new de
full line of
Electric & Construction Co.
Electrical Pumping Plant
Of Every Description
Agents for the Crocker
Wheeler Dynamos and
Store and Residence Wir
ing a Specialty. All
work fully guaranteed.
Agents for the celebrated
"Oyrofans." See them
In European Hotel Res
taurant. We give tickets for the
Member National Elec
trical Contractors' As
216 SOUTH SECOND ST.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
Room 18, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
modern telephone service today for
what you are paying for Inferior ser
vice? The only long distance transmitters
and receivers; wall or desk sets; long
time contracts, as you wish; lowest