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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1906. PAGE FIVE. NO ARRESTS" EXECUTIVE AND OF BURGLARS ADVISORY BOARDS CITY COUNCIL ACTS AGAIN On City Hall Building-Will Be Two Stories, I00 Feet Square With TWO RUNAWAYS j NEW EXCHANGE CAUSE BRUISES! BUILDING HERE Go-Carts and Carriages Who Entered the Genera! Appointed by Officers of Fair C. H. Comstock Thrown Twcn- j Colorado Telephone Company For tte youthful belr, In orljfijuJ and novel designs, are among tb lately arrlted goods. We tare ttn ..Prettily Upholstered., with ail modern improvement, rubber tired and patent back ad Justing device. Merchandise Store of Weiller& Benjamin. Association and Organi zation in Shape ty Feet in Air and Pain .fully Bruised. Will Make Substantial Im provements Soon. LIQUOR ESTABLISHMENT TOl'CHtD FOR SEPTEMBER FAIR'S St'CCLSS ORNAMENTAL TOWER AND CLOCK' WILLIAM ARCHER ALSO HLRllWIRES TO GO UNDERGROUND Altli'nuh tin- i!iff ar working on dura to tho robin ry of 1he e;iieTal menliandiKe s'oro of Weiber & 'Jam In, and have iintbT suspicion s.'v- eral persons of leisure moments, no arrest. 4 have yt hv n tu.nl- ! It tr;wt--plr' today that t tie more r.f Sti'm, Schleps & Co.. whole-sale j liil'Mr l"alery. was ;ils enteri'il en Ih.. nii'lif Unit llw. ttVll'cr Vl !:nj:n!i'::i stor wis burglarized, ant With only ( oc r two other bus!-1 As f r- asi'd in yesterday's issue n'3 mt'n to come into the fold, -with i ef The Evening Citizen, the rity conn a generous dmatkm to the Now Mex-! ' ii. at the ii'.-etinj held yesterday af- Ternoon a; 4 oriork in the effieo of City . l-i k Hurry l.e. rescinded their ico Kair association, tne ran iestivaii is an assured fa't and a pre-ordained ; in t hr sari mai'.iii'i was broken in the Cir.trt through the tin dorr, ! nail, taK :i Key of venit n opened Th ' nitely gooiN num ber A pane of glvs ur door, an arm ft'Hing. and the nting on a on rd ti,.. (Ux r thf n j t Jin- t fji s c anr.ot .snv defi h'w many bottles of we! were liken, although unite a wt-re found missing from S lp'C PS. Yesterday afternoon in the office of Manaser P. K. McCanna. in the Orant building, at a meeting- cf the officer? of !he fair as -elation, an executive xomnuttie, advisory tioara ana ooam tf diretors were appointed to serve for the next c.rntial fiir, to he held in S rte.nl -r. t'.;o exart .ates to be f.nnotiai d later. The official fair organization is now cimposid (f the following offi cers: Pr Mdent Solomon l.nr.a. Vice Presidents (Jeerge L. Brooks. Arnot, B. Spitz and O. X. actions of Monday night, n the ; hall proposition, md voti d at : terdayV n:ie-inar o have hut I'ulidini.-. two stories high. 1"" . s-quar-. w.th .n orna-ffion:al city feet r,of. shelves yesterday morning The oblig ing intruders, evidently took 1heir time at the liquor establishment, and drank to their heart's content, sex eral empty bottles of high class wines being found on tho floor. One bot tle, half mipty, was left by the burp-' largs, evidently for the purpose 'f proving to tho proprietors that they were not only obliging, hir very po lite, and. did not earn to drink all that was Jn fcight. :ind paJatahle to thidr tastes. It will be rememlnred that, only a few- months ago Albuquerque had quito a number of burplaries, but the police, were hot on the trail cf sev eral suspicious characters, and when the euspe-cted men or half-grown men, skipped tho town, the burglaries sud denly ceased. Marshal McMillln is determined to have no repetition of housebreaking and has Instructed his lieutenants to mnk the pace a warm one for all characters who are unable, to give a satisfactory account of themselves, francs of hoboes are re ported coming up the line fr-m the hot countries, and a close watch-out shield be kept on their njovemerrts. tower and c,n lock, ti".e l.'.iiUling to be oi pressed brick or cenunt Mocks. t1he architects, tit the request of the c! y i'Oiincil, to Mibmit plans and 'specification as i0 both materials. ! City Attorney Hickey. in replying ! to a qui'siicn as to Ujo 1-gality of j erecting t wo buildings when bends j had been voted f.ir but one building. ; rorlled that there could be no doubt of the legality of one building, but that there mlcht be a qufsMon as to the legality of two buildings. CASINO OPENS MONDAY NIGHT ( larger, inanat'i. r of t"ie T-- ger Stix'k company, now flaying a w"'!'s engagement at l.a-i Vegas, to Ki thfp with Monsieur Grose, tho hmdruff kin?, arrived in tho city to day to close negotiations for the ap pearance "f the company of fourteen players here, opening the Casino, at Traction Park. .Monday evenine, Mav H. In additit'n to a gord line f mod ern plays, th Porter Str;k romnany pies-i.nts some excellent vaudeville turn-J, freh from the Crystal circuit, between acts, featuring the famous Grose, wli! offers $50 reward for any man who will lock him in handcuffs frcm whicli ht. an't escape. Gi-orge Marron. Secretary D. S. Rosenwald. Treasurtr M. AV. Flournoy. J Manager P. F. McCanna. j Executive Committee D. A. Mav pherson, chairman; W. T. MloCrelght,! Felix L'ter, Joseph Barnett, C. E. ; Xewcomer, Jc hn X. Coffin, J. H. ; ORielly. j Advisory Board John Borradaile. chairman; B. H. Briggs, George P Learnard, Ivan Grunsfeld, Herman Swit7.er, Maynard Gunsul. M. Man dell, J. A. Weinman, A. B. McGaffey, F. J. Houston. Board of Directors W. S. Hope well, diairman; Frank McKee, P. Hanky. Simon Stern, J. B. Harndon, W. S. St rickler. F. A. Hubbell. M. Xash, J. S. Heaven, A. B. St roup. M. O. Chadlourne, Simon Schloss. W. H. GiKenwater. Ernest Meyers. AN'Mlani Mcintosh. T..P. Hubbell. Wallace Hes selden, F. H. Strong, Perfecto Ar mijo, I. L. Hicks. T. E. Purely. W. H. Greer. Sol Wtiller. J. Korber, I). K. B. Sellers, W. U Edgar, E. L. Wash burn. W. P.. Childers. Jacob Loebs. Ge.rcre K. Xeher. G W. Harrison. B. (). Jaffa. F. J. Oterb. I. Weinmann. Ike Graham, Jacob levy, W. 1.. Vftiwihle. ('. W. Cook, Jr.. J. 11. ' Downey, Hariy F. I.ee. ' A turtle weighing Tonight at 7:3" o'clock there will caupht off Guayruas, be a meeting in Manasrer Met'anna's .trice, tf the new executive board, a which time the pre ram for the fa" f' stivil will be outlined and iis- ews'-d, and the organization perfect 'd so as to fit them for the great amount of hard 1;i1kt beforo them in making thf Septemtier, T.'Or,, "greatest, glittering, .-lorions of all." And thus tho matter of a citv haJl stands at the present time, and un less ihM city council holds another meeting today, or rescind yesterday's action at their next meeting, it. Is T?a sonablei to supiwse that Albuquerque will eventually have a city building, as described above. The plan Is to have the building face on Second street, with the fire d jiartment's part of the building opening oa Tijera avenue. The po ltce department will occupy thelowtr floor, for come distance back, tbe Jail, police court and ether rooms per taining to the police department, be ing on this floor. Up stairs will be the city officials' offices, with a larpe room for the council, and with tho city clerk's of fice directly above the chief of t- iice's office. The fire department will be housed in the rear part of the building, opining on Tjjeras avenue or at leas, thus it is pi .torn d ft pres ent. C. H. Comstock, local manager for .Swilt A- Co. while driving east on Railroad avcue this morning about 9 o'clock, was thrown from his buggy, in front of tho Gross-Kelly grocery house, stnl severely bruised about the lower limbs. The horse became i Tightened while crosslns the Santa Fe tracks on Rail road avenue, at an enplne, which pro jected over the crossing some fifteen or twenty feet, and ran away, over turning the buggy and throwing Mr. Comstcck twenty fict Jn'o the air. Te was has lly picked up and car ried Into the office cf the Grcas-Kelly w holesale house, an i a carriag call ed, when he was removed to tho of fice of a doctor, who examined and treated his wounds. Several complaints have been reg istered of late apalnst the habit of enpinet rs on passenger trains, in tho morning, pulling up until thflr en gines extend all the way from fifteen t thirty feet over the crossing, end the city official today notified th railway officials that the practice was in violation of the city ordinance, and would have to be soprd. After receiving treatment for his1 injuries. Mr Constock was remf.ve I to his home and Is resting easy thn afternoon. The Ir.gpy was binl'.y damage. 1. Another Runaway. This nwrning the collapsing of tho porch in front of the carpenter shop of William Archer, at 414 South Sec ond street, caused Mr. Archer's horse, attached to a lipht spring wapon, lo run away. In trying ti stop fho horse Mr. Archer was caught, between the wagon and a pest, having his hands badly bruised. Dr. Wroth was called, anl treated his wounds, after which M. 'Archer went home. He will be Inca pacitated from work fcr several day. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS A. D. Graham, the new bxal man ager of the Colorado Tilephone com pany, who, with Mrs. Graham and their two children, arrived in Albu querque Monday evening from Sa llda, Colo., to relieve Major J. K. Elder a-s district manager, started tho improvements that are to be made In tho local exchange yesterday, when ho put a gang r.f nun at work in the alley between Copier and Railroad avenues, ntar Fourth street, dipging trenches, in which the cendui's for the underground cables whka will take tho place of the overhead wires, will be laid. The doing away with the ovorluad wlren In tho thickly settled portions cf Albuquerque, specially in the down town section. j only one of tt? several substantial improvements the Colorado Telephone company con templates making. A new exchange, or "central" building, to be the prop erty of the company, Is soon to be erected, and a new automatic service put In, which will do away with the hell-ringing system. The new system to be installed will be the automatic, metallic return sys tem, and it will only lie nece-sary for a patron to remove the receiver from the hook and: notify "central" what number is desired. v hen tho receiver Is removed the hork cf a local 'phone, I' flash a small incandescent t- OUR PRICES ARS LOWEST. THE I Albert Faber 308-310 Railroad Ave., Albuquerque, N. M. T'O pounds, and Mexico, attracts at the San Jose fair, the ; ia- :mt , FUNERAL ARRANGED DR. MACBETH IS THE OLDEST DENTIST IN THE: TERRITORY. NOT IN AGE BUT IN YEARS OF FRACTICE HERE. At the banquet, the other evening, tendered tho visiting members of the New Mexico dental board by the local dentists, the fact came out daring the speech-making that Dr. W. X. Macbeth, of this city, was the oldest dentist, not lu age but in practice, in tho territory, and that about twenty six years of the time had been spent, in Albuquerque, where he has always enjoyed a fine practice. The banquet 1'eaht was served at Zeiper's restaurant, upstaiis, by Henry goetz, and the tooth pullers had a splendid time. Some Due toasts were said ,and tho funny men of the profes sion koirt tho .more serious members constantly in a good humor. Dr. M'3eeth told half a lUru n gxl Bttriin uliout taiiy lifo in the New Mexico metropolis, and the several (httir-broailt li escaiK' ho went through wlien be was a volunteer fireman, and uprinted after tho machine. Dr. Chamberlin enlivened the crowd by spinning out a fcw good yarns about his experience in this city, both political by and otherwise, and it Is mid the visitors left Albuquerque fully convinced of tho fact that this city .possesses some good fellows who are chuck full of interesting frontier yjitis mid s'tories. POLICE COURT In H!ic: court this moiiiing, two "vags." Ernest Kyper .and his pal. V. J. AdaniK, were sentenced to five days each, having tiecn tound by Offi cer Patterson, stopping in a "side door Pullman." Tn the fill, of Siglitd Grunsf( Id vs. William H.iteTJiison. for rent, to the amount :" the casv wa H.bt ior.e t until this afternoon. Tho pastor 4,f the Vount OIUe I!a;;- 1st church wan in police headquar ters this morning lo tell hi troubles to PoliOH Judge (Vawford. it ems that K. t. Penman, who created the disturbance in tho name hiipch some timo In December, l.y insulting one h women members, as she was buying tho church, now threatens to have the lifi--ll.od of the parson, and as a oon.-ieiiuoiice. i ho preacher wants ldice protection The iioHce r. In vestigating the rase. . APODACA ASKS DAMAGES FROM THE SANTA FE RAIL ROAD FOR MENTAL ANGUISH CORPSE DELAYED IN TRANSIT. attention these day inarkt. Mrs. Y. Armstrong, who con-i ducted a boarding and Induing house in flic- Third ward, has leff lor Em lent.cn. Pa., wheie sHe will rtside in the future. Mrs. M. E. Wilson, proprietress of a notion store at 22 i West (ro'.d ave nue, yesterday afternoon rt ceived the sad intelligence of the death f her at;ed mother. Mrs. W. H. Helnur, at rltT fKl .'Tinrr uifciu, in. lire UT-v i.-ii-u una nt-.ii DU I 1U LUItriC I " ars of age. Out of respect to her I memory, Mrs. WHi-ou close her st.re today. Fred Marshall, accompanied by his wife, expects to leave Sunday morn ing for l.as Vegas, and af'er a stay of a few days there they will procet-d 1 to Wagon Mound; 'twere Fred is ihe j agnt for the Santa Fe road. Fred ! has been here 'he past few weeks trying to get lid of a- very bad case of rheumatism, ! Felix Hubbell, the general merchant : of Pajarito, was In tho city this rnorn i Ing on business. He says Pajarito will produce a big crop of all kinds of I fruits this season, with the possible j exception of peaches, which he thinks will be a short crop. There will be a j big crop of wheat, barley and oats, and j the alfalfa crop will be immense. Mr. I Hubbell says there will be four cut- tings of alfalfa. ' The well known Sandia mountains ' resort, Whltcomb Springs, is now : r;ady to accommodate guests. The resort in under the management of , Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Thompson, and I fine country weals, with, plenty of ! good, sweet milk, are served. The I rooms have been nicely fitted up for lodgicg -purposes, and all those ner . vously Inclined should not overlook Whltcomb Springs when about to take their summer outing. THE MARKETS UOCK MONEY M V. W0l : - switchboard at the central :' which notifies the operator t one Is calling. The operator ; t "plugs In" and connects with the ber asked for. That ends the : tor's connection with that par;i. call, for when tho convoisatt. ji rom wil tho ion, :;ine nce urn- eri llar is 't. q:;i t, Spelter. I.ou's. Mo.. Ma a; $5 fi'ifi r.!2Vi. lb Srelter, kt . I.OU1: sti adv St. Louis Wool. , Mo., May 10. Wool and unchanged. completed, anl both parties "hang up," a red light flashes on the switch board, which notifies the operator that the lino Is now ready for use again, and by this system the necessity of "central" cuttrng in to see whether you have finished talking or not. Is done away with, which surely will be pleasing news to the ratrrns of the telep'hones. Plans and specifications for the new exchange building are now being drawn up, and as soon as is practica ble, the actual work of construction will be commenced, but just bow soon this will be done, Manager (Jraham could not slate TO THE LADIES: Hot weather is h-ere too warm to wash and Iron. Send your Shirt. Waists and White Drosses to us. We will laundry them cor rectly and will deliver them to jxui in a nice box they will not fce crushed or wrinkled. Domestic or gVvss finish. Back cf Pottoffice. Call the Red Wagons. Auto., 319; Colo., Red 148. Imperial Laundry Go. Your Prescriptions, If Entrusted The Williams Drug Co. will receive the personal care of one of the firm, both of whom are druggists of many years' experience. No. 117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Lead and Cooper. New York, May 10. Lead, to.Gfiffj 5.8D ; copper, firm, at 19 .(m'i. firm, at Attorneys K'.ock & Owen, repre senting ft. Apodaca, have filed a claim lor damagt s w ith the Atchison. To ipeka l Santa Fe Railroad company, alleging mental anguish on the part of their client. Some tini ago the little child of Apodaea. died, and the remains were entrusted to the Santa Fe for ship ment from this city to Santa Fe, where tho funeral was to take place. The parents and other relatives of the deceased child left on the same train that was supposed to carry the remains, but. upon reaching Santa Fe, where all arrangements for the funeral ha.d Ik en made, they were horrife-d and shocked to find that the remains w i re ne t on the train, and as a consequence the funeral did net take pla-re until some time later, and for tho mental strain he. endured, Ap odaca wants damages, alleging that the Santa Fe company held the re mains of his chihi in Albuquerque, through negli.'i nee, on their part, t wi-nty-fjMir bonis longer than was at all ne;essary. No suit has liwn filed, and it is thought that the case will be settled out cf court, to the satisfac-i n of Ix.th sides. Provision". Chicago, May lo. Follow ing vn closing prices todav; Wl.ieat May. KZc; July, SOHc. "crn May, 47ic; July. 4(e. Oats May, 3c; July; a.'l'S.c. Pork May, 14.!i;,; .Inly, 115.17'.. I.ard May, $x.3r; July'. 8.47 (.. Ribs May. JS.M1,;.; July, $8.flf,. DEAD BODY OF WOMAN LIES j BLEACHING IN RIVER SANDS! MEMORIAL DAY TO BE OBSERVED A DANGEROUS MISTAKE. Albuquerque Mothers Should Not Neg lect Kidney Weakness in Children. MEMORIAL SERMON ON SUNDAY, MAY 27, and DECORATION SERV ICES AT CEMETERY MAY 30. The O. K. Warren post of the Grand Army ;f tho Republic is making ex-: tensive preparations for the observ- ing of Memorial day in this city Pun ilay. May 27, when "tho memorial day sermon will h delivered in the Con-1 greg'i.tional church by Itev. John W. . Barron, and on May 30, when the lo cal militia will furnish tho military i feat urea of a parade to the cemetery,; where the graves of the dad will be! strewn with flowers, in token that they 1 are not forgotten. In addition to the local military companies, a;l fit her organizations will be us.kod to join in the Ifcx-ora-l tion dav ex rcises. The Knights of j l-!!iius," Mnsor.s-, i'lks. Odd Fellows. I Kaglt-s. and in tact every lodge or-I g.inia'ion in the jty will tie asked! to fKirticipate. , As yet the speakers for the day. have not lt n selected, tut orations, appropriate to the occasion will be deliveriil. and a spcial musical pro gram will no ibuilit le prepared and J rendered by s: me of the church .choirs. Most children have weak kidneys. The earliest warning Is bed-wetting. Later comes back ache, head ache, langu; r. 'Tis a mistake to neglect tiiese troa. bles. To blame the child for Its own dis tress. j?ei k to cure the kidneys, Save the child from deadly kidney Ills. Iiutin'a Kidney Pills cure sick kid neys. .1. A. Skinner, deali r in staple and fancy nK-ries, 21 j West Ttailroad avenue, says: "Pome time ago there came to my notice a case of a child whose control over the kidney fecre tioiis was limited. The parents pro cured for It IVio-n'a Kidney l'ills t a drug store, anil the treatment, accord ing to directions Tor children, was commenced. In addition to tho limit ed control there was c onsiderahhj hack ache, the complications fully proving that In some way tho kidneys wi re either weakened or over-excited. Vi.t treatment -f Ioan's Kidney Pills, so strengthened the kidneys that the annoyance ceased." For sale by all ib-ukis Price HO cents. Koster-Milliiirn Co.. Puffalo, N. Y.. sole agents for the United States. Kenieinher the name Twian's and take no other. 57 Chicago Live Stock. Chicag-i, May 10. Cattle Receipts. 5.&0; markvt steady to strong; Iweves, $4.15(0 (i. 20; cows and heifers, Sl.bfif! Fi.ZS; Mockers and feeders, $2.tiir.50: Texan. J-Pf. 4.75; calve. $Pfi (1.25. Slu-tp Recelts it'.jifiO: market is strong; sheep. $4.1"fi a.f r,; l.?mb". $4 T.Ai 7.75. Closing Stock Quotations. New York, May pi. Following wen: closing quotations: Atchis.n, common Atchison, preferred New York Central Pennsylvania Southern, Pacific Union Pacific, common ... Union Pacific, preferred . . Copper V. S. Steel, common U. S. Steel, preferred . !t0 .102 .1401.J .13GM, . f,h .148 . 03 .106 . 41 .105U even or an In the bosque, mill way between Vin ton, Texas, and La Union, N. M., lies all I'hat was earthly ef seme poor woman, either drr.wnid or murdered. The remains were seen there by an Kl Paso Herald correspondent Thev lie half buried in mud End sand. I The head was taken by the. finders' to the fa Union grave yards and i burled, 1 lit th balance of th,. re-1 mains were left. :is found, and no ef- icrt tins teen made to move Iheni give them decent burial, net Inquest having been held. The remains seem to be those of a white woman, between 85 and 40 years of age, with teeth in excillent condition. Her hair, a light brown in color, had a scattering gray thread through it. Net a shred of clothing or other means of Identification were found on her. Who sh() w as and how she came there may always be a mys tery. If she was drowned up the river last year, why no search was made. Is the question that is being asked. Until ho saw this foeol-o rime Smoking made him eplt and cougli. Put. now ho wears, most all the time, Tho "smile that won't com off." He had tried many cigars, but never know what an "out of sight" smoke wa until be hit upon a Whito Lily. You couldn't coax him now with any other brand. Yet It costs only' Ave ceBts the icoe, $2 the box of fifty. Got the nam? "Wbite Lily." A. J. RICHARDS 113' a WEST RAILROAD AVENUl The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. J X 20 We$t Railroad Avenue Finest Whiskies Wines, Bran lies. Etc. SAMPLE AND CLUB ROOMS HORSE FELL, BREAKING THE RIDER'S LEG. A horse fell with James Jones of Doming, breaking Jones' leg. The man was In tho employ of the Alamo llueco company and was assisting in bringing the herds of that company to Doming for shlpmnit. Jones wan at once hurried to that place, where the fracture wan reduced ami ho is now doing as well as could be expected. Try a Citizen want ad. Kansfets City Live Stock. Kansas City. Mo., May 10. Cattle Receipts, 5,0(10, Including 300 south erns; market steady; iiativa teers, 4 or.yc r.rt. i. ...... orci 5 25; sm. hern cows $2 20: na lOranCl Central llOte Mockers and f" -dors, '.',Tr4. 1S7 bulbi, $3.25tfi 4.50; cilves. liff; 0.50 ; west ern fe rows, f 2 '"( 1 4 5. I ifhecp Koruiirt.--, 40(10; ni-arket Irt steadv: muttons, (.roifi f. 25 ; lamV, $5,758: 7 40: range w tin rs. fridi-(;.r.o ; fed ewes, $4.75fr G.25. (.?S3 pp HEAVEN REVEALED, Dy Benjamin Fise Barrett. laiKe St. .4 1 fine lio i'os : cloth.) type; I I I t . y. V fi ,v . WAIT UNTIL MORITZ ft CO., PRICE CUTTERS THEY WILL BE BUYERS' UNION. SATURDAY FOR THE CHICAGO AND SLASHERS. AT THE CASH Slyvester I! Carcia, agent for c uu plete story of San Francisco f aith qu,ila and fire. Leave onlers at Itriggs drug etore. corner of Fiist street (fold avenue TAXES ARE NOW DUE. AND WILL BECOME DELINQUENT ON JUNE 1. PAY THIS MONTH. ami ' Subscribe . the newa. for The Citizen rjid got For a limited period this book is of fered at trade rates. GO cents, with 9 centt postage for mailing. CONTKNTS. The Origin of AnpeN The Essen tial Nature of Heaven Character of the Anitels Testimony of Scripture The Sure Way to Il-avi-n Practical Tendency of TIin Disclosure Rn vironnient In Heav n. and What De termines r Kociet'os in Heaven A Heaven for the N n Christian World Are Karthly Kelatt.ins-hipn contin ued In Heaven? M- i-? anil Recog- nition'of Friends in the Hereafter i Personal Appearance of the Aintels i Rejuvenescence and (.rowth in Heav-1 en Houses and Hoe 1 in Heaven j Garments in lleawn Children in' Heaven Sex and Marriage ln Heav- en Work in llwon Thre Three! Heavens and Ho v It. dated Rternal ! THE FIRST LESSON IN BREAD MAKING. Is the most Important of all; that Is the selection of proper flour. There is no difficulty about this if Empress flour la chosen. It la o good and makes such sweet, whit and nutritious bread as to be un surpassed by any milled. The best bread makers use It for that very reason. m. bergIrT Wholesale Agnt, 114 West Copper Ave. 0X00G000OfKO0Ci OLD A L V COM ALBUQUERQUE ARADO HOTEL MERCIAL , C L U B AUSTRIAN CATHEDRAL B U C H I I L D N A I N G. Large iry nJomj. Prices Very Rea tonable. MRS. OWEN DINSDALE. Proorietoi" 0. W. Strong's Sons : TliONfJ BLOCK UNDERTAKERS Frogre Angels nsociatlon of s- In IIi'rv With Men. Addrir, THE NUNC LICET PRESS, 12 West Cou'tiT Street, Philadelphia. Pa. i ! Superinteu'lents Falrvlew ud Haa'A iiiroar Cemeteries MONUMENTS .'el iil N. .Second St., BotU FDonts. ump-him v r rno !d9sB(BSt 99 M Patent Flour is made from Choice Kansas Turkey Hard Wheat ASK YOUR GROCER OR IT Phone The ciarkeviiie Produce Co., Dealers in Flour and Feed, tor a Sample Sack I Furniture and Crockery BORRADAILE & GO,, 117 Gold Avenue cfwa.wffliPBaac A SERVANT THAT NEVER TIRES t THE TELEPHONE IS EVER READY TO TAKE YOUR COMMANDS. LET IT DO YOUR WORK. THE TELEPHONE WILL RUN YOUR ERRANDS, DO YOUR SHOPPING AND KEEP YOU INFORMED OF SOCIAL AFFAIRS. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN YOUR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. h A Meet Me atYanov's tlllK Anv Moniiti ; lutuicii 7 in tho aiul a at Niclit. If Your Eyt s Need Attention I il! examine tho in I-'iai: atnl Guarantee every pair of ql,)sSl?s I fit to ho - - - . ABSOLUTELY CORRECT Prk'ca rcasmaM. Puirat enily located sa ItallrvMd tiv nu' C. H. CARNES, 0. D. Ill