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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
AT TUCSON, ARIZ.
(Ejefwe we withdraw from the marhe
Appreciative Notice of the
Speakers Who Were in
ESPECIALLY OF NEW MEXICO
1 Si. 1903.
i Judge C. K. Ainsworth, ex attorney
general, arrived from Phoenix yes
terday and wad one of the prominent
speakers last night at the opera
house. Judge Ainsworth Is one of
the leading lawyers of the Arizona
lnr. He la also one of the leading
republicans of Arizona and a potent
business fartor at tjhe capital city,
fie is a utrong Joint statehood advo
cate because he believes'lt Is for the
best Interest of the people of both
territories. He gave unanswerable
reasons for ills position. He returned
to Phoenix this morning.
Colonel Allen T, Bird, editor of me
Nosales Oasis, was one of the promi
nent figures at the Joint statehood
meeting last evening. He represented
a large delegation from Santa Cruz
county who are working hard urging
immediate statehood. Colonel Bird,
through th Oasis, was the first to
advocate joint statehood.
Major .1. .1. Sheridan or Albuquer
que, N. M., was one of the statehood
delegation from New Mexico. He Is
one of the most popular men of that
territory ami is known as a satchood
booster. Wl't'ii tnere Is propaganda
at hand of :jieantlc proportion;. r.
' Sheridan is tue man who Is looked to.
If It possesses merit he takes hold of
it. and this fact alone is a reason to
believe It will be accomplished. Just
now he is boosting statehood and Ib
doing his work well.
Hon. U. S. Rodey, ex-delegate to
congress, is accepted as the leader of
ihe joint statehood movement. He is
one of the leading attorneys of Albu
querque and has made a remarable
record for Jointure. He was one of
the eloquent speakers at the meeting
last night, and his arguments were un
answerable. When in congress he
was one of the most influentlal"of
the .delegates from any territory..
K. A. Miera addressed the meeting
last night in Spanish. He resides in
Cuba, N. M., and is one of. the most
' prominent citizens iof the territory.
both In a business and political way.
, Mr. Miera is a college graduate and
hns great ability as a public speaker.
He visited a number of the Mexican
citizens yestreday and was much
pleased to find such a large and
thrifty American-Mexican citizenship
Hon. W. B. Childers is accepted as
one of the best political organizers In
New Mexico. He is also prominent
as an attorney. He was a strong
democrat, but is now a Roosevelt re
publican. He was one of the or
ganizers of the jointure league of
New Mexico, and being a strong po
litical speaker, his Influence In this
work is felt throughout the two terri
tories. Mr. Childers' speech last
night was forceful and full of facts.
He has many friends In Arizona.
for a tlme9.all Mimsoldl Us1s Inn the
Better buy now at present terms and prices Beautiful 50
foot lots' $125, $150 and $200 per lot. . . . . . . .
BAL&MGE ? PER? WEEK
Two representatives will be on the ground Sunday morning until 12 o'clock
noon to show prospective buyers unsold lots and prices. Look for the man
with the white horse
SURETY INVESTMENT CO.; Owners D ts
THE ARIZONA FAIR
WILL SOON BEGIN
On account of the heavy rains caus
ing floods in the Salt and Gila rivers
and Interfering with the transporta
tion lines, it was necessary to post
Hne the fair, and holiday week was
decided on as the best time, as this
would give every one an opportunity
to take an outing and visit the capital
The railroad companies have shown
l heir deep Interest In the success' of
the fair by making the low rate of
one and one-half cents a mile each
way. and this will insure a big at
tendance. The miners' drilling contests rui
the championship, of Arizona prouv?
to be well filled. The usual rules
will apply: Eight-pound hammers in
the double contest and four-pound in
i lie single, with seven-eighth inch
xteel In both. Thomas Devlne of
IHsbee, will be in charge of the con
tests, and be is thoroughly familiar,
with the manner in which they t-fiouiu
Various exhibits are being received
for the fair, many having befit snip
ped before the postponement was an
nounced. The United Verde mine ex
hibit is In charge of H..R. Brown, it
lias arrived end is an attractive dis
play. It will remain as. a part of the
permanent mineral exhibit. Several
of the counties have also sent' their
The rains Itnerfered with the com
pletion of the fair buildings and the
grounds, but with ihe delay caused by
tne postponement, everything will he
Remember the new dates, December
2." to 30. Copper Era.
Mexico City, Mexico, January
11, 1908. x
FOR THE ROUND
Date of sale, January 1 t 12
inclusive; final return limit,
February 8, 1906.
Tickets to be limited for con
tinuous passage la each, direc
tion. For full information, call at
T. E. PURDY, Agt.,
A. T. A. S. F. Ry.
Albuquerque, N. ..i.
Last will and testament of George
To James Hezemek, executor; Ro
aua Meyer, John E. Meyer, Alcid
A. .Meyer, Charles Meyer. Emma Mer
indorf, Laura Meyer, Carrie Meyer. all
f the state of Michigan, legatees, and
"to all whom It may concern:
You are hereby notiflel that the al
leged last, will and testament of
George Walter, laio of the county of
Mernalillo aJid territory of New Mex
ico, deceased, has been produced and
read in the probate court of the coun
'y of Bernalillo, territory of New
Mexico, at an adjourned regular term
thereof, held on the 11th day of Ue-
ember, 1W5, and the day of the prov
ing of said alleged last will and
testament was by order of the judge
f said court thereupon fixed for Mon
day, the 5th day of February", A. D.
''MG. Term of saij cum at 10
o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
Given under my hand and the seal
of this court this 11th day of Decem
ber. A. I). 19i3. .?. A. SUMMERS,
Fort Bayard. N. M-. Ikcember 9,
100r. Seale.i proposals, in triplicate,
for furnishing material and construc
ting Commissary Root House here,
will he received until 11a. m., Decem
ber 2S. lriOTi. and then opened. In
formation . furuNhed on application.
i S. reserves right to accept or re
Jet any or all proposals or any part
thereof. Envelopes containing propo
sals should be endorsed "Proposals
f'jr Commissary Hoot House." ad
Oresaed to Captain S. P. Vestal, Qmr.
Citizen want ads get trie business.
To Phoenix and Return
Dates of uile, December 23,
24. 25, 26, 27 and 28, 1905. Lim
its, January 2, 1906. Good for
continuous passage in both di
rections. RATE, $17 85
T. E. PURDY, Agt..
A. T. A. S. F. Ry.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Cheap Rates for Xmas
and New Year Holidays
Rates one and one-third fare
for the round trip between all
points on the A. T. A. 8. F. Ry,
Dates of sale, December 22,
23, 24. 25, 30 and 31 and Jan
uary 1. Final limit, January
For full information call at
T. E. PURDY, Agt.,
Albuquerque, N. M.
J. M. CONNELL, G. P. A.,
Dealers In .
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Freeh Meat
300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M.
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, office, 208V4
West Gold Avenue.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE FEED AND TRANS
Horses sr.d Mules bought and ei
changed. . ,
BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Rallros j and
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Will do a general electrical contracting business In New
Mexico and Arizona. Communicate with us for' everything
electrical. All kinds of wiring, building of transmission
lines, Installing and modernizing of lighting and power
plants. Estimates promptly and cheerfully given. 'Agents
for Westlnghouse Electric & Mfg. Co. Motors, generators,
Office and Store 506 West Railroad Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE, M M.
MELINI & EAKIN, Wholesale liquor and Oar Dealers
Exclusive Agenti for Yellowstone ana O. F. C. Whiskies, Most A
C'bandon White Seal Champagne. St. Louis A. B. C. Bohemian and
Jos. Schllu Milwaukee Bottled Doers, and owners and distributors
or the Alavarado Whiskey. Write for our Illustrated Catalogue aad
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
plIHgtfS j OLD HICKORY
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v., TV hiuuijucihuc. n. m.
I YOUR PICTURE I
a. Finished lor Christmas, even if sitting in uia.U- as
I l'r Si. Extraordinary reductlo i until January 1.
T HALF PRICK on all our cabinet pictures.
V $10 Pictures, now $5 $6 Pictures, now ..
V Silting. made ,y appointment innings, until 9 o'ch k.
4 309 Westuto.'PVhonnuee.-697. PENNINGTON & BRUHN
late as Ifc-ceiu-
In the mutter of the estate of Menus
Notice is hereby given that the un
iferslgued administrator of the estate
of Menna Toeffer, (Kaeufer) deceased,
liaH tiled in the probate court of Iler
nalillo county. New Mexico, a final re
port of all his acts and doing as such
administrator, and the said prohute
court has fixed Tuesday, the Uth day
of January, 3 . as the day upon
which a!l objitiious to said report,
and fimil account may be heard, and
the application of ti:' undersigned to
be discharged as s;uli a .Imlnisiru'or
may be considered. ,
All parties in interest are required
to take notice accordingly.
11KNKY F. KAKl'FER.
JOHN H. STINfiLK.
Attorney for Administrator.
Movin Drayin Shippin'
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices rIsM;
there ain't no gougln'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SUPPLIES
Straight Kentucky Whiskies a
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Val Blatz's Milwaukee Beers
Mail orders have prompt attention,
J 116 West Silver Ave.,
Albuquerque, N. 47.
Tho riifTrrrn ? ttn lhHtf an l MUsIng Uthollf.
flrrrri' 11 ;n in A umtr krtl an liiai utMt Arm.
IIh nisciy liv muintfel L't Sfl VI
l ofty Vf-ars, of ifKaei bciiiiij uut tri4 rti
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tcutilu' U.rrc ..1 r Alui inn, in Jianr will L f-tia-tt
J tit lo i.ctiLt in atii.irt.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.,
P. . iVji 4u
nu jrtk I- alls, Ma., V b 4
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses" prescribed by as.
Bebber Optical Co.
Member of Hoard of Optometry ' ..r'
An Xmas x
liieukdown would be too bad if yon
stiouid take your girl out for a drive
and your wheel came off or your gear
ing gave out in any way. Be prepared
for the merry Yuletide by having your
carriage overhauled and put in good
condition. It won't cost you much
and il) make your mind easy for the
winter. W-o will do It In first cIses
style and in prompt order.
ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
Thos. r. Keleher
! PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AM)
I Leather, IIarnes3, Saddles, Lai
Hoots, Horse LMankets, Etc. Pal
' inetto Roof Paint; lasts five years and
jttops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and
109 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
':. I., t . Wymer, of h ri.;i, nan
I ,. In A 1 bllonerrilip u-.fh ft e;i r load
0 od Jersey cows in ten days.
1 lent buy a cow before you .-eo 'Item
Prices ol be riftbt. The cows can
be seen at Plueher's gardin, old town,
ou t!!e.r arrival.
for The t'iiii and pit
I The St. Elmo M I
JOSEPH BARNKTT, frojK MMMMHMM
120 West RafTroatf Aretwe CLUB ROOMS