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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
IIMTIAY. AICV8T . i07.
FINE VEGETABLES ARE ON
IE BAND AT
1 PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT
I At Consistent
203 WEST RIOOAO AVE
NUE NEXT TO BANK OF
Head of Interior Department
TOP OF LIST AT
Excellent Musical Organiza
tion Won Big Applause
bnuoc ur II
R. J. Gatewood, Topeka; G. H. Mp
Mullen, Chicago; H. W. Jacobs, To
peka: D. C. Thomas, Topoka: B. F.
Lmniels, Tucson; C. F. Weldemeyer,
Gallup; U. Halloran. Berkeley, Cal.;
J. C). O'Brien. Little Rork; H. J.
Hawley, Denver; E. A. Drake, Soco
rro; J. H. Aury, Detroit; F. L. Caila,
San Pedro; K. T. Wilkinson. West
Point, Miss.; R. Gordon, Washington.
D. C; Daniel M. McMillan, Las Ve
gas; D. J. McC'ormick, Chicago; H.
K. Harsh, Phoenix; J. Applewhite,
Memphis. Tenn.; W. W. Fauss, Mem
phis, Tenn.; K. T. Caldwell. Trout
man. N. C; L. R. Wilson, X. Y.; J.
H. Hubbard, Denver.
E. J. Ferguson, Kettner; Rev. M.
Krlcke, Kettner M. J. Kelly, Pan Mar
cial; Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Llndemann,
Hanover. Germany; M. O. Lindeman.
N. Y.: M. K. Thompson, Kuttawa,
Ky. ; H. F. Brown, Silver City; Geo.
Watson, Cerrillos; J. H. Scroggs, Kan
sas City;- H. M. Slnolalr and wire,
Canon City, Colo.j' Geo. F. O'Brlene,
St. Louis; P. G.-Colliett, Chicago; E.
F. Hugglns, Springfield, Ohio.
R. J. Hessler, Detroit, Mich.; H. J.
Bishop, Kansas City; J. R. Plunkette,
F. W. Sharpe, Denver; F. O. Ban
ter, Socorro; J. H. Wafer, El Paso; L.
H. Wood, St. Joseph, Mo.; F. S. Lus
try, Denver; J. E. Pipes, Sulphur
Springs; F. M. Ross, Denver: A. E.
Green, Socorro; Jose Garcia; Magda
lena; T. C. Cary. Las Cruces; Esmlan
Baca, Socorro; John F. Fullerton, So
corro; G. T. Radcllff, Belen; George
L. Roach. Denver; Clara C. Carson,
Los Angeles; J. J. Burke, Lamar,
Colo.; 3. F. Ballin. El Paso.
Gt'a free Kample of Dr. Shoop's
"Health Coffee" at our store. If real
coffee disturbs your Stomach, your
Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever
Coffee Imitation. Dr. Snoop has
closely matched Old Java and Mocha
Coffee In flavor and taste, yet it ha
not a single grain of real Coffee In it.
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation
is made from pure toasted grains or
cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made
In a minute. No tedious wait You
will surely like It. f"" by C. U.
Special: Five hundrea ptece of
new outing flannel, pretty patterns,
best 12 He quality, to be on sale Fri
day, August Kth, at 2:30 p. m., at the
low price of 9 cents per yard. Gol
den Rule Dry Goods Co.
To feel strong, have good appetite
and digestion, sleep soundly and en
Joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters,
the great system tonic and builder.
Polishes and dressings for black,
tan. brown, white. pinK, blue and
gray shoes at C. May's Shoe store,
314 West Central avenue.
Call up 597
When in need of anything in the
French Bakery Co. 202 E. R.R.Ave.
Cor. Sicond St. and Load Avo.
MOVING PICTURES and ILLUS
T RATED SONGS
ANYTHING T OBLIGE.
WHEN THE OKG VN COMES
A iH ll .MI.
WON'T Vdl I!E MY t.IIH.lK.
Cool uiul Cumfortahk'. I'W'iny of Scats.
43 Minutes of AmuM'iiK'iit.
lOc Ad m ltMjom lO,
I 250 I
3 Pleased People X
5 Every Day at c
3 Columbus 8
City and Santa Fe Depart
ments Had to Hustle
"The shops are on fire," was the
cry la at night shortly after 8 o'clock
when the tire alarm whivtle blew two
long wlerd blasts and It was noted
thai the sky to the south was a glare
of red . light. Forthwith half the
population started southward. Hun
dreds of people surged down Second
street and alone; tho railroad tracks
to be present at the conllagratlon and
all were in a state of wild excite
ment. "It la not the shops. 4fs only a
couple of box cars," was the opin
ion expressed when they drew near
er to the bias. Still two box cars
burning were worth looking at and
the crowd continued toward the
glare. But it was not even a box car
tire. The cause of the excitement
was nothing more or less than two
bonfires )uat north of the Coal ave
nue viaduct on the Santa Fe proper
ty. A smaill wreck of some cars at
this place yesterday evening left a
heap of broken ami splintered wood
and a force of laborers were engag
ed In clearing this up and burning
It. The smoke from the locomotives
In the vicinity reflected the suiaJl
blaze afar and deceived the inhabi
tants into thinking the Santa Fs
hops were afire.
Such as it was .however, the blaze
was witnessed 'by hundreds of peo
ple who flocked to the scene from
every quarter of the city. In the
meantime the city Are department
was having a littde time of its own
In another place. The alarm was
evidently sent it for Second street
and Coal avenue; the department
understood It Second street and Gold
avenue, hence the complications that
followed. The comiDination wagon
and the hose cert, manned by the
doughty nre laddies, came pounding
down Second street until they arrived
at Gold avenue where they halted
abruptly. The apparatus was swung
Into position the firemen donned
their oilskins and helmets and reeled
off the hose. "In the Columbus ho
tel, was the cry. Up the stairway
the members of the fire department
rushed dragging the chemical hose
They were met at the head of tho
stairs by the proprietor who calmly
informed them that there was no tire
there, not even In. the range, for it
was two hours after supper time.
Trained to stop at no human ob
stacle, the fire laddies pushed past
the pioprletor and began to Investi
gate for themselves, for had not the
alarm been turned. The guests of the
hotel became suspicious at the per
sistence of the- tire department and
thought possibly there might be some
truth In the rumor that the hotel
was on fire. Accordingly each re
paired to his room and made a care
ful search for the blaze. They looked
under the beds, behind all the dress
ers, in the closets, and some even
ripped up the carpets a little ways
and peeped under to dlcover some
sign of fire, but It was all of no avail,
In spite of all their efforts to accom
modate the Are fighters, ' no blaze
could be found and the fire depart
ment was compelled to retire in. dis
appointment. At this Juncture the fire whistle
blew a blast whioh indicated that.
the fire was out. News, also, of the
bonfires In the Santa Fe yards was
brought by this time and the fire
comipany returned to its quarters.
Many persons who watched the
bon fires from the Coal avenue via
duct remarked at the shameful waste
of good fuel. Why, instead of burn
ing the damaged cars, did not the
railroad conrpany allow poor people
to carry it away for fuel. The rub
bish could have Deen removed in
this manner In a tenth of the time
that it took to burn it and a large
numtber of people would have re
ceived material benefit. Instead of
that the material was absolutely
wasted, doing good to nobody.
Special Five hundred pieces of
new outing flannels, pretty patterns,
best 12 cent quality, to be on sale
Friday, August th, at 8:30 p. m., at
the low price of 9 cents per yard.
Golden Rule Dry Goods Co.
Doan's Regulets cure constipation,
tone the stomach, stimulate the liver,
promote digestion and appetite and
easy passages of the bowels. Ask your
druggist for them. 25c a box.
j THE jj
ARE READING J
Jnmes R. Garfield, secretary of th
Interior, arrived in Albuquerque this
morning on a special train in com
pany with President lUiriey of the
Santa Fe, George T. Nicholson, third
vice president of the road and other
Santa Fe olficlals. The arrival of
Secretary Garfield today was one day
sooner than was expected. The spec
ial train arrived at 8:40 and the par
ty left their car and wandered about
tire station visiting the Alvarado and
Harvey curio rooms.
"We are going to Santa Fe from
here," saW the secretary to a Citi
zen reporter, "to pay our respects to
Governor Curry. We have been hav
ing a delight ful time visiting in the
southwest and I enjoyed the stop at
the Grand canyon more than I can
say in words. The purpose of my
visit to the west Is to Interview In
dian agents, government officials of
the department of the interior In gen
eral and try tq size up the situation
in the west.
"We are devoting special attention
to the work of the reclamation bu
reau and have visited all the most
Important dams and great Improve
ment projects under way for the re
clamation of semi-arid land in North
Dakota, Washington, Oregon, Califor
nia, Nevada and Arizona. Now we
are looking over New Mexico. From
Sarta Fe we will come south again
and vttt the site of the proposed
big dam near Kngle and then on to
other government undertakings.
"We are looking over the country
pretty thoroughly with special refer
ence to the work of the reclamation
bureau. I cannot say that any new
government project in this line will
be put under way at once, but the
needs of the district will be noted and
receive attention. The bureau needs
money to work with and as soon as
that Is available new- projects w ill be
"We will visit El Paso and then
come back this way as far as the
Belen cut-off by way of which line
we will travel to Guthrie, Oklahoma,
and the principal agencies -of the In
dian tribes of Oklahoma and Indian
Territory. My trip Is In the interest
of the department of the interior and
I take great pleasure and am re
ceiving much enlightenment by com
ing In personal contact with the of
ficials directly In charge of the vari
ous branches of the department work
and those engaged In developing thlJ
section of the L'nlted States.
' , IjmhI of Promise.
"New Mexico impresses me as a
land of promise. I am sure that
when better facilities for irrigating
the land are provided that the coun
try will develop In the same wonder
ful manner as other sections have
After a stop of forty minutes In
Albuquerque the secretary of the In
terior and party left on their special
train for Santa Fe.
Endorsed by tho County.
"The most popular remedy in Otse
go county, and the best friend of my
family," writes Wm. M. Dietz. editor
and publisher of the Otsego Journal,
Gllbertsvllle, N. Y., "Is Dr. King's
New Discovery. It has proved to be
an Infallible cure for coughs and
colds, making short work of the
worst of them. We always keep a
bottle in the house. I believe It to
be the most valuable prescription
known for lung and throat diseases."
Guaranteed to never disappoint the
taker, by all druggists. Price 60c and
fl.OO. Trial bottle free.
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd Stroot
Real Estate and Loans
-rAgent for ;
Travelers' Insurance Co.,
l . itttif. Corn.
Life and Accident,
The Str o n g e st Company
Writing Acc'dent Insur-
ance in the World.
Unusually Excellent Supply
For Most Fastidious Albu
The provision market this week
teems with native products. Almost
without exreptlon the vegetables on
sale were raised In the dose vicinity
of Albuquerque and these vegetables
rival in excellence the products of the
bejt outside agricultural districts.
Green corn Is gradually coming down
In price and becoming better In qual
ity as are the native tomatoes. Na
tive melons will shortly make their
appearance, but 'native fruit will not
appear at all, except grapes of which
there will be a fair crop.
The prices this week are the fol
Green corn, 40c; summer squash,
10c; wax benns. 10c; potatoes, 7 lbs
for 25c; cucumbers, 2 for 6c and up;
tomatoes, 15c; peas, 5c; mangoes,
25c; cabbage, 5c; green chill, 20c;
green onions, 2 far 6c; dry onions,
6c; rhubarb, 7V4c; chill peppers, 20c;
cauliflower, 10c; beets, 5o; carrots,
5c; turnips, 5c; green beans, 10c;
watermelons 2V4c; cantji Jupe, 10c
Green gages, 16c; oranges, 30 to
60c; bananas. 40c; apples, 2 lbs for
25c; pineapples, 20 to 40c; grape
fruit, 10c and up; lemons, 35c;
peaches, 2 lbs for 25c; pears, 2 lbs
for 25c; plums, 15c; grapes, 20c.
Sea baas. 15c; barrlcuda, 15c; rock
cod, 15c; flounder. 15c.
Beef. 8 to 20c; pork, 15 to 20c;
veal, 15 to 20c; mutton, 10 to 20c;
prlng lamb, 12V6c to 20c; ham, 15
to lc; sausage, 15c; hamburger, 15c;
spring chicken, 25c; squabs, 17 He.
"Kogiilnr an tlie Sun."
Is an expression as old as the race.
No doubt the rising and setting of
the sun Is the most regular perform
ance In the universe, unless it Is
the action of the liver and bowels
when regulated with Dr. King's New
L.ife Pill?. Guaranteed by all drug
Saddle horses a specialty. Best
drivers In the city. Proprietors of
"Sadie," the picnic wagon.
Phone B9B. 112 John Street
Wm. Wallace McClellan
Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12
ALBUQUKRQUC. N. M.
Collections made at Korber Building 124
N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a.m.
and 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence 723 N. Fourth St.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth ja m
Gold Filling $1.50 op D
Gold Crowns ..$ ft
Painless Extracting.. . Oc P V
ALL WORK ARSOMTFLx" GUAR
ANTEED.' IRS. COPP and PETTTT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO BLDG.
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PARATORV AND COMMERCIAL COURSES I
t N Tuitlon or New Mexico Students. Board and
Room on the College Campus. Term Begins Mon-
A day, August 19, 1907.
I W. G. TIGHT, President
Livery f n i Hocirtlinr festtal lt;w
311-313 Vet foilKT Avenue. Telephone 57
AUll'gi KRQCE, NEW MEXICO.
The American Lumber company
band of Al'buquerque was one of the
principal features of the big Inaugu
ration ceremonies at Santa Fe yester
day. The band went to the capital
city with the delegation from this
city yesterday morning and on ar
rival there. It headed a procession
of the Albuquerque and other dele
gations on tnat xpecial train In a
march to the plaza, where a short
concert was rendered.
In the afternoon the band gave an
other excellent concert and at Its
close the manager of the big Mexi
can orchestra and the leaders of the
other bands present shook hands
with Director Bills, stating that they
did not Imagine such an excellent
organization existed In New Mexico
and that they took their hats oft to
him and his musicians.
In the evening the band marched
to the home of Col. Max Frost, the
veteran editor of the Santa Fe New
Mexican, and gave a concert of Col.
Frost's favorite pieces on the lawn.
Later the musicians visited St. Vin
cent's hospital and played for the
Sisters and the patients there.
The visit of the band to the capi
tal was a continual ovation and only
the highest praise was accorded the
excellent musical organization.
The band returned to Albuquerque
last night with the majority of those
who attended the inauguration from
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loan Kodaks free.
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120 South Fourth St.
Hair Dregilng Fclal Mu(e H
Scalp Treatment Manlcurlof
Chlldrcs't Hair Cuttin;
We manufacture all kinds
of Ladies' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches, Pompa
dours, Puffs, Wigs, etc.
We carry a complete line
of Alleen Berg's Celebrated
Creams and Tonics, which are
especially prepared for this
climate. Your patronage Is re
3 Mr. and' Mrs. James Slaughter,
Yotir Credit is Good
E. M AH ARAM
Clothe your family on $t.oo
New Mexico i
I Gua rantee every pair
of GLASSES I Fit to be
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
At YANOftS, II4W. Central
Where to Dtne Well
Santa Fe Restaurant
Open Day and Night.
Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - -
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor
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Mid the worrlea fewer.
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Door screens strong as an ordinary door at prices that iefy
eastern-mad screen doors in both strength and price. Window
screens that are as strong as a door at 7 cents per foot at the
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Cleaning and Pressing Works
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned,
Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for
and Delivered. Out-of-town Orders Given
Prompt ttention J ,5
LET US CALL FOR YOUR CLOTHES
MRS. ROSE HENRY, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
109-1 u W. Silver, Rear Savoy Hotel. Tel. 480
THE VALLEY RANCH
If you want to get to a cool place In a hurry, wire na at Glor
lela, X. M., telling us wliat train you will take and come on up.
Our wagon will meet yon.
The round trip fare to Glorleta la $5.60; the stage fare to the
ranch is SI and the rate at tlie ranch Is $8 per week.
e will try to see that you liave a good time. The fishing U
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you issue are good only to the party to whom they are made.
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We solicit your account.
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Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
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your health, prolong year life1
and protect your hnuie.
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