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THURSDAY, JANUARY 85, 1906. a. sr - . A V - eeeemmemmmmeaiaee9Mm ALHUQUKKOUK EVKKINQ CITIZEN ANOTHER STORE" IS NICELY BURGLARIZED Nash Electrical Establishment Entered and Sum of Money Stolen. C0L1D HAVt BEEN CAUGHT. GOVERNOR'S FIKST REQUISITION PAPER Document Signed by H. J. Hagerman Brought Here Last Evening. AN EXACT COPY OF IT. The gang of sneak thieves and bur glars which have been operating very successfully in Albuquerque ct laic, made another haul early this morn ing. The store of the 'NaHh Electrical company was entered this time. A more dangerous selection could not have been made for the reason that M. Nash lives directly over the estab lishment and bo has a revolver In the house continually in readiness for use. Those acquainted with Mr. Nash are also aware that he Is no tenderfoot when it com 08 to handling a gun. If the burglars could have known at the time of the narrow eecape they had from several hunks of lead and oapture, they certainly would have Bhivered, for Mrs. Nash was awakened by the noise accompanying the en trance to the store of the thieves. She wakened Mr. Nash and half asleep and half awake, he got out of bed and listened. He was terribly sleepy, inasmuch as he got home late, having attended the Kilks' smoker the night previous, and consequently turn bled back beneath the warm quilts without giving the matter the Invest! gallon he otherwise would. A golden opportunity slipped by for appre hending the burglar. , Raising a rear window in the West Railroad avenue store, which it is be . lleved was Inadvertently left unlocked the thieves gained au entrance to tho place. The safe was unlocked, but the various drawers inside were not. A chisel secured In the store was utlKxeii in prying these receptacles open. There was nothing but papers in them however, and too wise to en- - trust them on their persons, the bur glare' contented thomselves with scat tering them about on the floor. . A cash drawer was also pried open and there the sum of $10.65 was found and taken. Nothing else was removed. When the thieves had completed their work they left the store again by the rear window and boldly swung around onto Railroad avenue, Mr. Nash hearing them as they stepped on the front wadk. He was Induced by the god of sleep to continue in his embrace however, and the bur glars escaped with no one getting a look at them. There is no cine, as yet, to their Identity.' EX-GOVERNOR OTERO CON TEMPLATES A LONG TRIP HE WILL JOURNEY AROUND THE " WORLD, AND ON HIS RETURN, LOCATE IN LAS VEGAS. . When iu Santa Fe the other day, Ed itor McNary, of the Las Vegas Optic, secured an Interview from ex-Gov ernor Otero, as follows: "I have decided to take a trip around the world, and have decided to star Just as coon as I can arrange my affairs satisfactorily.'1 said the ex- governor. "Now that the worry and strain of my work as governor 1st over, and 1 am aide to relax, I feel weary, and appreciate the need of a genuine rest. I am inexpressibly re lieved to find myself once more a pri vate citizen, free to go and come as I please. I Intend to take a purely pleasure trip, and am eager to get started. I will be accompanied by my son. Miguel, and the party may be enlarged to include some friends, but I can say nothing definite about that just yet. We will probably be absent about six months and we expect to en joy every minute of that time to the fullest exteut. "Yes, It Is true, that I have pur chased the residence which has been our home in Santa Fe for so many years, and which is associated so closely with my official life. In some ways it is very convenient hero, be ing bo close to some of my Interests, and I shall probably always ppend a portion of my time in Santa Fe. But it Is my desire and my disposition to reside permanently in the country where I spent my youth and began my business life, and upon my return from Europe 1 will look around for a residence In Las Vegas. I appreciate the host of loyal friends which I have over the entire territory, and I would enjoy taking up my abode in any of our thriving cities. But it Is not an open question to me. Las Vegas 1 have always regarded as my home. "During my years as governor I have worked unceasingly for every part of the territory. Hereafter what I may lie able to do will be for the good of Las Vegas and San Miguel county. I shall cast in ny lot with you, and shall use all the Influence I can sway for the upbuilding of the community. It was in Las Vegas that I cast my first vote. If home is where the heart is, theu my home has al ways been among you, for Las Vegas Is my choice among the cities of New Mexico." Sheriff James N. McCreery, who ar rived In the city on No. 1 last even ing from Fort Collins, Colo., for a prisoner here, brought with him the first requisition papers signed by Gov ernor Herbert J. Hagerman. The Evening Citizen Is able to furnish Its readers with an exact copy of the same, as follows: "The territory of New Mexico, Exec utive Department. "Whereas, it appearing from the requisition of his excellency, the act ing Rovernor of the state of Colorado, bearing date of January 23. 1906,- and frcrj documents tierttu attached,! duly authenticated, that C. E. Drake stands charged with forgery, commit ted, in the county of Latimer in the year of 1905, In said state, and that said C. E. Drake is a fugitive from Justice and has taken refuge in this territory; and "wnfreas, me said requisition re- quests that the said C. E. Drake be ap prehended and delivered to James M McCreery who Is duly appointed agent authorized to receive and convey him Me said C. E. Drake, to the state of Colorado to be dealt with according to law; now, "Therefore, I Herbert 3. Hagerman governor, do command any and every sheriff in whose hands this writ may "e placed, to arrest the said C. E. Drake and him safely keep and deliver to said James M. McCreery, agent as aforesaid; provided, however, that said c. E. Drake shall be offered a reason able opportunity to assert, before de livery as aforesaid, any legal rights he may have In the premises. "You, the said sheriff, will, with nn necessary delay, make return of this writ to the office of the secretary ot tne territory with statements of your doing? hereunto endorsed hereon. "In testimony of which I have here unto set my hand and caused the great seal of the territory to be hereunto affixed. Done at Santa Fe, the cap ital, this 24th day of January, In the year or our Lord. 19ns, and of the In dependence of the United States the 13lth. "HERBERT J. HAGERMAN. "Governor of New Mexico." By the Governor: J. W. RAYNOLDS. Secretary of the Territory. A Card of Thanks. In behalf of the memliers of the Coal Avenue A. M. E. chnrch, I heart ily extend thanks to Hon. Joshua S Raynolds, president of "the First Na tional bank, for a 125 check, which sum will be used as part payment for putting down a sidewalk in front of our church. MRS. W. U. JASPER. JOii North Arno street. Solicitor. GROWTH OF NEWMrXICO ,JN THtPEC0S VALLEY INTERESTING ACCOUNT OF THE SOUTHEASTERN PART OF THE TERRITORY, TAKEN FROM THE ROSWELL REGISTER. WANTS AN INJUNCTION SERVED ON MRS. NORRIS H. B. MONROE DOESN'T WANT TO EE ANNOYED AGAIN SEQUEL TO STORY. Mr. and Mis. II. II. Munroe, ,f South Sei-ond street, whose- premises Mrs. M. E. Norris. of 521 John street, had searched yesterday for a Smyrna rug, which she claimed her former husband must have removed from her home and given to the Monroes, have engaged the legal service of Attor ney R. W. D. Bryan, and requested him to serve an injunction on Mrs. Norris, which will prevent her from further annoying them. It Is probable that this procedure will be followed out, and also a suit for damages start ed against Mrs. Noiris for entering the apartments of Mr. and Mrs. Mon roe with an officer, without cause. Attorney Bryan says that he bag ques tioned Mrs. Norria and 'has satisfied himself tuat she had no JubI reason for believing that rug was at the Mon roe home except that her former hus band was stopping there, and there was a rug on the floor iu the Monroe 'house. "That a rug is on a floor is certainly no reason for Mrs. Nortia forming the belief that It was con cealed are Jot! fers that thty are guilty of theft. The valley, generally speakim. Is all of that region drained by the Pecos river, from Its source near Santa Fe, to its mouth in Val Verde county, Texas. In recent years the name has been restricted to a more limited area to that portion now irrigated and capable of irrigation. The new Pecos valley begins ten miles north of Ros well, and extends to Carlsbad on the south and even to the southern Iwr der of New Mexico. The Irrigated section of New Mex- co, which Is the finest, portion of the Pecos valley, lies tributary to Ros- wcli, the natural and commercial gateway to the newest section being developed in the great southwest. According to the best information obtainable, about one million dollars h:s been Invested in the valley dur ing the last year, and thousands of acres of land turned Into sulendid ruit, truck and alfalfa farms. Duriug he last nine months, parties of from fifty to seventy-five investors, from eastern and northern states, have ar rived semi-monthly in the valley. Most of them have bought lands and many remained to take up their homeB in this modern paradise. This would be sufficient reason to prove to some that the valley Is a prosperous and coming country. But during my stay in the valley 1 have ridden through tae richly irrigated farming area; talked with its oldest residents; Investigated every condition necessary to its present prosperity and future limitations, and have found those con ditions of a still stronger proof that the tide if immigration is justified. i ue preseut area under Irrigation WILL ENTERTAIN ' GOV. HAGERMAN The Commercial Cffub Will Do Honors to New Executive Thursday, Feb. 15. C. L. BROOKS ELECTED DIRECTOR At a directors' meeting of the. Com mercmi club last evening. 0. L. im-ooks was elected a director, vice H E. FOX, Who hag sold Mm IntornKts ir this city, and will make British Col' unima nis iiiture home. At last night s meeting It u-na nlun cleaned to extend to Coventor Ha german an Invitation to partake of th nospitanty of the club on February io, m wnicn time the bankers of Now Mexico are to meet In this city for the purpose or organizing a Territorial Bankers association. Colonel W. 8. Hopewell, presidon of the Commercial club, was delegated to extend the invitation on behalf of the club, to Governor Hagerman, which he did today, going to Santa Fe this morning for tnat purpose. It is understood that Governor Ha german accepted the Invitation with thanks, stating that he would be pres ent unless something unforseen pre vented. It is planned to make this re ception to the new governor the great est. social affair of the present sea' son, and it goes without saying that the members of the Commercial club will succeed In this undertaking. At last night's meeting Dr. W. H miBnaum and K. W. Madden were elected members of the Commercial club. PAGE FIVE. GRAND EVENING CONCERT TOMORROW ELKS' OPERA HOUSE, JANUARY 26, AT 8:30 P. M., BY ELKS' FULL ORCHESTRA R. W. HADDEN CONDUCTOR. . Part I. 1. March Tannbauser Richard Wagner (By request.) -2. Selection Lncla dl Lammermoor rwnlzetti 3. Cello Solo Melody In F Rubenstein J. A. Blondiu. Accompanist, Miss Nellie Pratt. 4. Reverie, (a tone poem) "Apple Blossoms" Kathleen A. Roberts 5. "The Radium Dance" (From "PIff, PafT. Pouf")...Jean Schwartz Annie Laurie Dudley Buck Cecllian Ladies' Quartet Mrs. W. H Mills, Miss E. Chestnut, Mrs. S B. Miller, Mrs. E. L. Washburn. Part II. March Washington Park.'.. . .1 . . R. O. Eaton 2. Waltz Blue Danube...... Strauss 3. Soprano Solo "Roses In June". , German Mrs. W. H.. Mills. 4. Selection from Opera "The Ser enade" Victor Herbert Overture "America" (National Airs) Theo. Moses Reserved seats, fifty cents; admis sion, twenty-five cents. Greater as sured pleasure than this occasion has never been offered an Albuquerque audience. You can t afford to miss it. ALLEGED FORGER TAKEN BACK TO COLORADO SHERIFF McCREERY ARRIVED LAST NIGHT. DEPARTING THIS MORNING. Sheriff James M. McCreery. of Fort Collins, Colo., arrived in Albuquerque on No. 1 last evening and leit this morning on No. 2 for home again, with C. E. Drake handcuffed to him. Sheriff McCreery turned over his requisition papers for Drake to Chief of Police McMillln. .The thief there upon handed over the prisoner. Drake is charged with forging the name of H. C. Bradley, of Fort Col lins, to a check for $371.61, on the Poudre Valley National bank of Fort Collins. Governor Parks made the re- qusltion on Governor Hagerman of this territory, which was granted. Drake was running a penny photo graph gallery In the Barnett building when arrested by Chief McMillln's men. Pearl Porter, the woman who was living with Drake as his wife, preceded him to Colorado. She left the other evening. INFORMAL AFFAIR IS BURN'S BANQUET WHICH WILL OCCUR THIS EVEN ING AT 9 O'CLOCK IN THE ELKS HALL. It must be remebered by those who have purchased tickets and will at tend the Robbie Burns anniversary entertainment and banquet tonight, covers a strip fifteen miles wide, and that it will be au informal affair no ixty miles long. These lands aro . "dress" or "kid glove" affair, and ev travci'tsed by the Santa Fe railroad, ! eiybody will be expected to have a and tributary to good business towns. ' B1 time. The climate of the Pecos valley is) H. V". Hadden, Dr. V. N. Machoth ideal. Tiie altitude is 3, Too feet, with au'l others of the committee have almost continual sunshine and dry, I worked faithfully t.he past few days bracing air. The winters are nitld !' make 'ho anniversary entertatn seasous lung, and crops made Miro!"1' a success, !ind they announced by irrigation. Peaches as well as ex- Ht T1'" (;i'iz" ',,"'e ,,lla afternoon cellent apples are successfully grown f,,nt tlle aflair wi" ho one of ne blg in tiie Artesia district. At the Uiuis-; K"cco-ssos of tht 'm: tnw will be lana Purehasn Pmitin, .u Pnty to eat and drink, music and Iu the vallev t . , Fha .7,7. " : ""nf" and 'SHORT" speeches Jnn.h tv,.m'. ....!,.. i .';by the besst orators in the city. Sev- teia: yielded him n n,, 1 fnn i praI reiU "n ? Pre8ent. from ten acres. Seven hundred acres of orchards have been set out near ArU'Kla. In the last two years. TELEPHONE BALLAD PLEASED GOVERNOR Wrote a Letter of Thanks to Learnard & Lindemann From Capital CKy. HE bNJOVED THE CONCERT The unique manner In which Learn ard & Undo in an serenaded Governor Hagerman over the telephone Tues day afternoon was told of at the time in this paper. The governor was called to the phone at his office In Santa Fe, where he was favored with a Victor grapha phone selection, as played in this city. Yesterday the chief executive ot. New Mexico wrote the following let ter to Learnard & Lindemann: uentiemen I thank you for our kind thought in telephoning me yes terday, and I enjoyed the concert over the wire very greatly, indeed. "Trusting that I may have the pleas ure of becoming personally acquaint ed with the members of your firm, I am very sincerely yours, H. J. HAGERMAN. Messrs. learnard & Lindemann are Justly proud of these kind words from Governor Hagerman, and feel greatly pleased over the success which at tended Ihelr efforts In entertaining him. PRESIDENT OF PHARMACY BOARD RETURNS TO CITY AFTER A TOUR OF INSPECTION B. RUPPE TELLS OF BEING SNOWBOUND OTHER ITEMS. President of the Territorial board of pharmacy, B. Ruppe, returned to Albuquerque last night, after a stren uous trip to Farmlngton and other points In New Mexico on an Inspection tour, during which time he was block aded three days at C'hama In a snow drift. Mr. Ruppe stated that there were thirteen engines tied up iu the snow drift and that two snow plows worked three days before' tho tracks were cleared sufficiently to allow of trains getting through. 'Farmlngton is on a great boom at present," said Mr. Ruppe to a Citizen reporter this morning, "owing to the lact that the Southern Pacific has bought 2,001) acres of coal lands In that vicinity, which it .will develop. The company is also going to build from Farmlngton t:i Durango, via Gal lup or Grants; It has not been posi tively decided which as yet. as there are two lines surveyed. The South ern Pacific's objective point is Old Mexico, according to one of the civil engineers I was talking with." Mr. Ruppe also stated that he had an hours conversation with Gov ernor Hagerman In Sanla Fe yester day, and that he felt sure the new gov ernor, if given a representative legis lature, would enact some good laws and repeal some bad ones for the peo ple of New Mexico. During his con-( ci noiiuu v e ,1 VJU v t:i HIT Jinicci moil, Mr. Ruppe aslo learned that Dr. J. C. Tipton of Las Vegas, Jid been reap- iwinted surgeon general,' and that Ma- or W. H. H. Llewellyn had also bee re-appotnted on the governor's staff. Iu conversation with Adjutant Gen eral Tarkington, Mr. Ruppe, who is captain of Company O, of the New Mexico guards, learned that the ad- utant had 5,uut in ca.Va already in his possession to lie used to send a earn from New Mexico to the next na ional encampment, and that Interest n target practice was greatly Increas ing. Adjutant Tarkiniuou also Im pressed upon Captain Kuppe the ne cessity of having the members of Company G attend target practice. Uat they may become proficient enough to represent the great territory of New Mexico at I ho next encamp ment and if possible carrv off the prize. .-X-X-X-X-X -X- X-XtX-X ? ChURCHrCLUiTAND"" V SOCIAL GATHERINGS L M - " ,-;--.' 7 x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-x-i1 Holy communion was celebrated this morning at 9:30 at the St. John s Episcopal church. The Ladles' Aid society of the Con gregatlonal church met this afternoon at tho residence of Mrs. V. A Mc Claskey, 407 North Fifth street,' at which time tea was served and tho regular business of the society trans acted. 0 Regular services at Temple Albert, corner Seventh stret and West r:.J,l avenue, Friday evening, at 7: .'. "The iJid Problem from the Ideulist's Standpoint." will be the subject of Rabbi Kaplan's sermon. Evervbmiv cordially iuvltod. Mis Corrino Rocklott entertained a number of lier friends last evening1, mi ner nome, oji south Uroadway. Dancing and cards were Indulged In until a late hour, when thev all do parted, voting Miss Dacklet't an ex cellent hostess. The smoker andgenoiai Jollification meeting held last evening by the local lodge of Eflks was a success from ev- vtj point or view, ine session was largely attended and a period of soci ability ensued during which all ate. arank ana were merry. Two candi dates wore initiated Into the myster ies of Elkdom, namely, U L. Dean and Gus.. Gust af son. o-oo.o- Have Removed to the New Staab Building 308-310 RAILROAD AVENUE Mlbert Furniture, Carpets Faber and Draperies At 2:30 this afternoon at the real dence of Mrs. A. W. Hayden. 219 North Walter street, the Ladies' Aid society of the Presbyterian church held their regular meeting. A large attendance of members was present and-the afternoon was pleasantly spent in transacting business and in dulging In social conversation. Re freshments were served. Owing to the factfthat several mem bers were unable to be present, and because those having the affair in charge thought that not sufficient time had been spent in advertising the ar fair, the "Kilties'' dance, which was to have been given last night by the members of the Commercial club, was postponed and the regular club dance substituted. AU present thoroughly enjoyed tho aKoir. The "Kilties' dance will be given two weeks hence, The Albuquerque Aerie of Eagles are preparing to give a benefit perfor mance ut Colombo hall next Monday evening, the proceeds to be donated to Eugene Thomas, his wife and two lit tie children, 'who are in the city In destitute circumstances. Mr. Thomas does light and heavy lia.lanc.ing and the little children do a sensational high swing net and are clever singers and dancers. In addition to these features the Thomases will be assist ed by un excellent, array of local tal ent. Popular prices of 15, 25 and 35 cents will be charged. OFFICE BUhGLARS CAME NEAR MEETING SHERIFF NAVAJO BLANKET CROP 15 NOT SO SHORT AS SOME DEALERS WOULD HAVE IT APPEAR, ACCORDING TO J. W. BENNETT, THE VETERAN CURIO MAN. In speakiug of the shortage of Nav- jo blankets this season, as exploited by Santa Fe papers and other papers tiie territory, J. v. Dennett, oi Houck, Arizona, proprietor of the cu rio store at 109 North First street. stated to a representative of The Evening Citireu this morning that if nere was any shortage in the supply tihls season It was due to the severe weather and not to a shortage of wool or to Iheir seeking other means of a, livelihood, as stated by the papers. You know." said Mr. Bunnell, "the Indians weave their blankets out ot doors, and naturally (!. severe weath er we have had this winter has kept he Indians from iniikhi-; quite as many lunkets as they won!. I have done had tho weather been more mild. The talk about tho shoitn--' of wool is all osh. Tho wethers nr hy the Indians exceni the wool to we.n-. hi:,: none of the wether etod, and a iroo.1 sui. hand. The demand renter this season t' i hat's what makes i upply seem short.." Mr. Bennett cam! in l.'UU the wi PERFECTO ARMIJO BARELY MISS ES CULTIVATING THE ACQUAIN TANCE OF THIEVES AL80. The brightest kind ot gilt-edged luck seems to be following the gang of burglars that are operating Iu this city, list night they escaped by tho skin of their teeth and a few evenings ago while ransacking tho N. T. Ar- mijo building missed forming the ac quainlance of Sheriff Perfecto Armljo by another "horseshoe streak" of good fortune. Sheriff Armijo returned from Sauta Fo on a late train and oc cupied a room In the Grand Central hotel. He was awake when persons stole cautiously down the hull, ap parenUy in their stocking feet. The sheriff concluded It was the nolao of roomer and was nri a little sur prised when in the morning he learn ed that tho building had been bur glarized and a roomer near him among those who suffered being "touched." Whether the thieves were wise to the local ion of the sheriff or skipped his room by chance Is not known for a certainly, but as the door to the offi cer's room was unlocked and was not molested. It would seem that his pres ence was not, unknown. A TIP FOR THE LOCAL POLICE FORCE Special to The Evening Citizen. Gallup. X. M Jan. 25. Harry Stowman, a private of Troop H, Fifth cavalry, stationed at Fort Wlngate, has deserted. He Is described as be inn of flight build, five foot six Inches in heinht, with blue eyes and light hair; is probably wearing civilian clot his. . reward of ISO Is offered fur his arrest. ever sheared is they need is, therefore is ever mar is always on blankets is ever before; i market and I Albuquerque Hardware Company FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE. and they tell ONLY new Jokes It is thought at this hour 3 p. ni. Unit about eighty will aUend the en tertainment and banquet. Ithls inorninur ami u i' lays. His store on .V Is under the nanagen Mrs. J. h. Ollphant, i supervision the store most excellent trade. Roswell la a city of 6.000 neonle. with electric lights, three banks, nine churches, eleven religious denomina tions, United States Land Office. weather bureau, fifty brick merran- He establishments, ire nlant rvn distributing "Donation Cards" for wool houses, wool scouring mills, I building the new liigtuanu .Mwnodiat Swedinh cement roof factory two church, and contributions legua com- fteam laundries, ten liver barns five ln lu tli18 a- m- NN hv should we be .n ,i. . ' 1 iuAAiipn irii.il lien iit Mil rl Q ? ut QUICK RETURNS Only yesterday afternoon I began hotels, well built h ... " ...M.Ii 1 .. ...ill ..ff..i.!nt.it T ... newspaper with the Associated Press "u""'"k 1 " "";""t' report, one democratic anrt on re.le!tcn ,1,"",r rtst .lliat ttnr publican weekly, one rellelnn. vw,kiv .amount donated will bo inghJy appre a cosmopolitan and hospitable people, wnose enterprise has changed Ros well from a frontier nost to tin. nrtn clpal city of New Mexico, In a few years. The school buildings alone cost 1141,000. The New Mexico Mili tary Institute Is located there. Ros well is equipped to handle the com- ." By her actions the monroes j mercial Interest of thU rapidly de- ! to bfMrve (bat Mn. Norris lu- veloping valley. They welcome invest-' ors from the older states. Ciated. These donation eards will be distributed promiscuously, and should we miss anyone who would like to take part iu this church enterprise, lt them send amount and name. No one who wants to give to the building of this church shall bo slighted. PASTOR. J. R. FARWELL. Civil Engineer, Room 23, N. T. Armijo Building. remain a few h First, street nt of Mr. ami ml under their is enjoying THE J. H. 0'RIELLY 15 AN IN SURANCE MAN NO MORE The Washington Life Insurance Co., of which J. H. O'Rielly, of this city, ' manager for thU M ctlon, decided i -oiieume ago to wiihlraw its agen "fr,"n ten states am! the territories or New Mexico and Arizona. This ac ton neeessarlly comp. Yd Mr. O Reil y to sever his connection with the company, although 1: was offered social flattering pinions in other place. ' llO ! OSneriliia ,lrn . t'iro .r, n ,1 , , ,. I . e't l.y Mr rvr,.m e.,a ... Railroad- av..., ... MAKER mixes and kneads Lread thoroughly in Three Minutes. The hands do not touch the doufh. lit M YA . 11 : I I 0 JEWELER ANO ENGRAVER 119 SOUTH SECOND STREET, ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. MISSION FURNITURE Latest Designs Just Received, from SHOP OF THE GRAFTERS Ladies' Desks and Chaira, Customers' Plate Racks, Book Racks, Hat Rack?. Hsll Trees. Library and rarlor Stand Tables, Medicine Cab inet? and Rockers. : Tiie McBiian Furniture Co, The Things Necessary To Insure a good drug store, are experience, energy, accuracy, rep utation to sustain and cash. "We've got 'em." 13. II. 13RTGGS & COMPANY 1K01'S. ALVARADO pharmacy First Si. and Gold Are Both PboBi o I0H.-P. 6. E. Induction Motor We carry a complete stock of motors for alternating and direct currents. HOUSE WIRING A SPECIALTY. Electric, Cas & Combination Fixtures Southwestern Electric & Construction Go. 216 South Second Street Agent General Electric Co., Crocker, Wheeler Co. , oeoooo oooooooooxi THE NEW YORK FAIR ' ANTONIO ARMIJO, Prop. HOME GROWN PURE CHILE q Special Sales Every Saturday. Auto Phone 601. 121 N. Third Street oeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeoeo o06Kooooooeo Abuquerque Foundry and Machine Works R. P. HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Care; Shaftlan 1 u eyg. Grade Bars, Babbit Metaf; Columns and Iron Front tot Buildings. Repmlru on Mining mnd Mill Machinery m Specialty Foundry east ilde of railroad track. Albuquerque, K. H. 0'000'00'0000 STEAM CARPET CLEANING THORNTON The Cleaner V Clean everything. He la the? Furniture Man. Moving, pack ing ami ehlppiug. unpacking and setting up, aud is no upstart at the business. There Is no oth er Just Thornton. That's all. Both 'phones. JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE will tson. no receive his itilividual atttu- It U i 1 1 l. I .. , . . . "iieniy'g many rjfcrjli, to leara that DiiKe fliy will ,'i:i'!iiiie to hold as resident A Albuquerque Hardware Company FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE. carries tne United States mall; i only line with a change of stock en ! route; good rigs, horses and drivers; rig leaves Albuquerque every Monday I Wednesday and Friday at 6 a. m. For' particulars, address V L. Trimble ft' Co.. agents, Albuquerque, N. M or J. i H. BLOCK, Proprietor, Perea. N M Ktiver car No. :,, of Traction company Inns tills morning struck tiio delivery wagon belonging to (Iro corymaii Ariuiju. slightly damaging me rear wneeis. I lie driver THE CELEBRATED O. F. O. WHISKEY Bottled In Bond. TheGeo.T.StaggCo. DisUlIerm, FRANKFORT. KT. MELINI & EAKIN Bol AjenU. Albuquerqu; N. M. Automatic Phone, 199. wa.s at tempting to cross H,,) (.ar tracks at t 1'iiunh street .ni.l lUiiruad avenue,' wm u tii accident occurred. The car tui,, ..ao K"i"H rti a luMit-r last rain ot speed, ac-i tailing to an eye witnes.t. and carried tho horse, waeon and all for a rt'-'mo of several feet befor : Sniiaerit, t s rt..,.. . I - ..w V a ilD 11L1CU j . BURGLARY. Protect yourself against Burglars by B oui a policy, sure protection. F. H. KENT. 113 South Third street. it lolllil ! lirou'hl 0 0 8 0 1 I 4 I to a stop. Und get the newe.