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ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN
THURSDAY. DECEMBER 21, 190i.
Artillcry Scarch Lights Do
Damage to Navigators
Get a contract for one of those beautiful 50-foot
i-ots in the
(BW Eastern MddMi&M
and give it to your wife for a Christmas present
Pa y$10 M
TELEGRAPH BONO ISSUE
Largest Steel Plant Ever Pro
posed in History of
WILL COSf THIRTY MILLIONS
Washington. D. C, Dec. 21. The
navigators of rivers and harbors In
the neighborhood of the roast forti
fications have complained to the War
Department of the practice o the ar
tillery chiefs in marge or the searcn
liirhta of throwing such lights upon
their ships, much to the annoyance of
those on board It has been ordered
liv the War Department that greater
rare be exercised in the operation of
searchlights mounted at the coast
fmts. It Is well known that a light
of this kind is apt to lead to serious
consequences, since it sometimes
Minds the man at the wheel. The
armv searchlight will, therefore, be
used only when it Is absolutely nec-j
essary, and will be directed toward
tnose ships used by the government
for artillery practice. Whenever any
other vessel is lighted in this way the
light will be removed as soon as the
Identity of the ship is disclosed or so
soon as the usual alarm whistles are
sounded. The artillerists say the
searchlight has come to have a prom
inent place in the operations of guns
at night, and Is now regarded as ab
solutely essential, in the location of
a target. It Is also necessary to con
duct constant practice with the lights
so that the operators may have every
opportunity to perfect themselves in
the management of the mechanism.
Every coast fort will be equipped
with one or more of the searchlights
and some of tTie plants will be of great
PROPOSED BOND ISSUE
OF 150 MILLIONS.
New York, Dec. 21. A special meet
ing of the stockholders of the Ameri
can Telephone and Telegraph com
pany has been called for this after
noon for the purpose of considering
the nronosition of Issuing $150,000,000
in convertible bonds, with a view of
extending the business of the com
pany. The bonds are to be sold from
iime to time, as the needs of the com
pany may require. A special meet
ing of the stockholders had to be
called to enable the company to carry
out the plan. The company has suffi
cient funds In its treasury to meet
Its probable requirements until well
into the year 1906, but authority is
desired to issue bonds, so that the
directors may be In a position to take
advantage of any favorable oppor
tunity that may arise. There is no
doubt that the stockholders will ap
prove of the plan.
S)M as fapitlkm mmomiilhi. toy .o1tiui8ill
DEC f, JAMES A. HAMMOND Lot 5, Block 12
DEC. 1, H. L. GIBBS Lots 11 and 12. Block 35
DEC. 4, MELETON CORDOVA Lota 8 and 9, Block Y
DEC. 5, JULIAN LUNA Lot 5, Block X
DEC. 7, WM. STEWART v Lot 11. Block 16
DEC. 8, MARIE RYAN Lots 3 and 4, Block 20
DEC. 8, ALICE LOUISE CLARK LoU 9 and 10. Block 31
DEC. 9, S. O. ANDROS Block 1, Lot 36
DEC. 11, FANK CHAVEZ Lots 2 and 3, Block Y
DEC. 11, S. TRUBY '. Lota 11 and 12, Block 32
DEC. 13, CHAS. BAIRD Lot 9, Block 39
DEC. 13, A. C. 'CULVER Lota 8 and 9, Block 32
DEC. 14, ANNA BLUMQUIST Lot 10, Block 35
DEC. 14, ROY S. HADDRILL Lota 3 and 4, Block 30
DEC. 14, HARRIET HOTELLING Lot 10, Block 32
DEC. 14, F. P. APODACA & CO ; Lota 10, 11 and 12, Block 39
DEC. 18, C. GRANNIS Lot 11, Block 32
DEC. 18, PETER REID Lot 12, Block 32
DEC. 18, AGOSTINO PUGLIESE Lota 7 and 8, Black 50
DEC. 19, WM. TRAVERS Lota 4 and 10, Block W
DEC. 19, ANTHONY BENNER Lot 6, Block 28
Prices $125, $) 50 to $(75 Pet Lot We withdraw all unsold lots from the market, for a
time, on January 1st.
SURETY INVESTMENT CO., Owners
LARGEST STEEL PLANT
SINCE TIME BEGAN.
Indianapolis, Ind., Dec. 21. The
United States Steel Corporation has
broken ground between Hammond nnd
Tolletson, Lake county, near the Illi
nois stale line, for a new steel plant,
which. It is asserted, will be the lar
gest in the world. The plans have
not yet been fully matured in all their
detail, but those In a position to know,
state that within the next two years
Indiana will usurp the place held by
Illinois' as the greatest steel pro
ducing state in the west. According
to a statement given .out the United
Stales Steel Corporation intends to
put $30,tM,00! into the new plant
alone, and will m ike it the best ciiij
ped plant of its kind in the world.
It is expected that when it is run
nhiM at i's foil capacity, twenty thou
sand men will lie employed there.
Hven umler the most lavorable con
ditions ft will require at least two
year complete I ho enormous plant.
December 22 Frederick Warde,
"Hamlet," matinee. "Julius Caesar,"
December 25 "Hooligan In New
December 27 "Hans Hanson."
January 1 Woodmen of the World
January 2 Elks' Minstrels.
January 6 Moving Pictures.
January 8, 9, 10 Geo. Samuels' At
tractions. January 11 Fablo Romaine.
Jenuary 12 "Shadows on the Hearth"
January 13 "Old Cross Roads."
January 15 West's Minstrels.
January 20 Ollie Mack.
January 23 "Hooligan's Troubles."
January 29, 30 Geo. Samuels' At
tractions. January 31 "Ole Oleson."
in Mad Chase.
i Millions rush in mad chase after
health, from one extreme of faddism
i to another, when, if they would only
I eat good food and keep their bowels
regular with Dr. King's New Life
fills, their troubles would all pass
away. Prompt relief and quick cure
for liver and stomach trouble; 25c at
ny drug store: 2'ianintpnrJ.
Nash Electrical Supply Go.
o o o
for Westinghouse Electric
Will do a general electrical contracting
Mexico and Arizona. Communicate with
electrical. All kinds of wiring, building
lines, installing and modernizing
plants. Estimates promptly and
business In New
us tor everything
of lighting and power
cheerfully given. Agents
& Mfg. Co. Motors, generators,
Office and Store 506 West Railroad A venae
ALBUQUERQUE, N 0
ERNEST MEYERS & CO
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
Fine Wines, Liquors and Cigars
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.
NEW EV GLAND DINNER
GIVEN IN BROOKLYN.
lirooklyn. X. Y.. Dec. 21. The an
nual dinner of the N-'w Knitland So
ciety of Urooklyn will he held this
tu-eiiins n' the Pouch mansion. The
tlrt address will be delivered by .1. P.
Kolliver, fnl'el Sia'es Miiator from
Iowa, rue of the most eloquent speak
ers in coMC.ress. He will be followed
bv !r. M. W. .stryler, president of
Hamilton College, ami the H-'V. Dr.
Nehctniah I'.oynl'-n. the nfw pastor of i
the Clinton Avenue Congregational t
'hutch. The closing a Idress will be
made bv J. Ad'.nii Iteile, congressman
trom Minnesota., and known as "the
witty man" of the last ci ngres.-..
The regular ?.niiua! meeting of the
stcckholilerii of the Hank of Com
merce for t).e election of directors for
the enduing year, and for the trans
action of such other business as may
properly coi;e bffore the meeting,
will be hoi I at its baDking house on
January 1, VMH.
W. S. STRICKLEH.
Vice President and Cashier.
ME LIN I & EAKIN, Wholesale liquor and rar Dealers
Exclusive Agents for Yellowstone ami o. F. C. Whiskies. Moet h
Ctiaiidon White Seal Champagne. it. Louis A. II. C. Bohemian and
Jos. Scblitz Milwaukee Mottled lu-era, and owncra and distributors
of the Alavarado Whiskey. Write f.-. our Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List. Automatic Telephone, 199. Salesroom, 111 South First
Street, Albuquerque, New Mexico. '
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I Try a Citizen want ad. "jF",
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HOLD A CONFERENCE
I llfKj tnM. Ark Tt.-T 1 TIlO I'On
lerenee cf the chancellors of this state art eauted ty indigestion, ir you tat a
was opened hire in lav with a large ! littU too much, or if you art subject to
attendance. I. is the first meeting ftUcke of Indtfestioa you have no doubt
uma auoruiaaa ui uisaui, lapia uvarb oatti,
since the initial ((inference in April,
nnd it Is expected that an orrmlzatlnn
will be effected and a constitution and
liy-laws will be adntned. Several of
'he committee appi luted Rt the first
meeting will report and various niat
ti. fs of luterest will come up for con
sideration and discussion. The meet
'ng has been carefully timed so as not
' to conflict with the work of the
There would be nioru buttermilk
sold if people only know t he good
qualities of the drink. There
nothing in the line of simple drink
which exercises a more v-neticial in
fluence on tuo general health. U is
heartburn or palpitation of the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach te
expand ewell, and puff up against the
heart This crowds the heart and Inter
feres with its action, and In the court at
time the heart btoomtt dittattd.
dtfeett what you tat, t&kea tht ttrain off
of tht heart, and contribute nourishment;
ttrtngth and health to every organ of tht
body. Curat Indigestion, Dytpeptia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of tht mucout
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract, Nervout Dytpeptia and Catarrh
Albuquerqire. N. M.
at once a food aud a me
lactic acid which it contains acts on
the whole digestive stun, while as
to. d it lias already undergone a teini
digestion in tlu churning to which it
has bi en Kubjf ; J. Instances are
nittiieroiiS of persons HlT.ieto.l with
tirjglit's disease living for many years
in (oiiii.arj : "omfoi't with no other
medicine (ban daily siriply til' but
. rii! .; i. Ka!i. md Itatigf.
Heine. The j Stomach.
AAar wt1n(. mj toed wouhl dlttrui m br makinf
mr heait pipltai end I would bcom fry wau.
Pnaily I f Qi boal of Kcdol and it f are ma linina
tiaiaraJef. Altar mfrvf a law bottlet I am eutad.
MRS. L0RU4O NICHOLS. Pann Van, M. T.
I had atomaeh iioubla and wai tn a bad ftat at I
bad heart troubl with It. I took Kc3ol Dytpaft
Cira lor about tour mombt and it curad it a.
a KAUbLB. HnAK O.
Ditfcsts What You Eat
PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR HUY- I
LER'S AN3 LOWNEY'S CANDIES
FOR CHRiSTVAS. O. A. MATSON ,
&. CO., SOLE AGE.NTS. J
XrUM Vi kwi4 1
UsM M Kttcfc eM tU
4 C . . Cbkl(, til
tor Jsdito b tt-i LUttgalaLi..
tYOUR PICTURE t
A Finished for Christmas, even If fci-ting is tnadu as lat, as Decern-
Y ber-2:t. Kxtraordinary reduction until January 1.
T HALF PHK'K on all our cabinet pictures.
Y $10 Plcturet. now $5 $6 Picturet, now $3
Sittings made by appointment evenings, until 9 o'cloi k.
v ju west Ktnroad Avenue. CCUUtirrpll
Auto. 'Phone, 697. rtlMflUlLll
M. URAGOIE '
Dealer In i
Grocerlet, Clgara and Tobacco, and!
all kind of Freh Meat i
300 North Broadway. Corner of Wash
Ington Avenue. ALHCQUERUE.N. M
IS. PEACH & CO. j
RCL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone. txi. otllce, tis''
West Gold Avenue. I
You have u once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
ther ain't no sougln'.
Ef the Albuquerque Transfer Men
W. L. THIMBLE' & CO.
LrVTERY. SALE FEED AND TKANS
Horses md Mules boutbt anj ei
BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second atreet, between Railroad and
) Thos. r. Kclchcr
I PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AN!
Leather, Harness. Saddles, La;
' Rubes, Hnrse l!!auliets, Etc. Pal
'met'o Roof Paint; lasts five years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and
U)3 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY SUPPLIES
Straight Kentucky Whiskies a
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
If a I Blats's Milwaukee Beers
Mail orders have prompt attention. Call, or
11G West Silver Ave., Albuquerque, N. M.
t.Vi' i' - i.ii
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the icason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by ua.
Bobber Optical Co.
115 GOLD AVE.
of Hoard of
ir t. i"nrlv c it ini-r 1-: tain b I LV-
RTFI.ES . . . from f 2 2flto$iSO OO
PIS'! 01.8 . , . from 2 B'J to 60 00
SHOTGUNS . . iram 7 bO to 36 00
K -.,,ir lr-UTn I ini-t vn I f-r ti uf Ulu
I'll euf -l-ut.tf U'Aie. Il ! 't' I i' H iiiwr.
.IK joti -,t,,utln, .hii ( (ti 'TIS'.. ym
ll.rf I. turrtact fhnrti : . ; t.t I . t' I r M.if'rit
rr-.nV, ui-.n rearii't of(f-rf -r ui'. in Ump to
(la lira tr-p tir i 't A 'uni ii.: "i HlFit-W will !
ttt'llt m nUt'rv Lf ju it! . la t....il'.
J. STEVENS ARMS AND TOOL CO.,
! ii. II., i 4...4
Chiuopee K1U. Mm., V. S. A.
linnkdown would be too bad If you
snouM take your girl out for drlyt
and your wheel came off or your gear
in 4 gave out In any way. Be prepared
for the merry Yuletide by having youi
carriage overhauled and put in good
condition. It won't cost you much
and will make your mind easy tor the
winter. We will do it in OrBt-clmte
style and in prompt order.
ABUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
'r. L. C. Wymer, 01 feut,(iy, Knn. i
in Albuiit nine with a car loud (
j-'iidiI .Jer.M cows in tin dhs. j
I ion 't buy a cow before you tie then.:
Prices wiil bo rigbt. The cows can,
be Heen at Plueher'.s pardt n, old town,!
en tlieir arrival. j
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The St. Elmo I
JOSEPH HAELNETT. Ttf.
120 West Rafro4 Arrovt CLUB B.OOMS