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SlaBUQUEBQUE EVENING DIIIZX22. It COST OF CEHTiWILL - - ' . . ( El; Paso Plant Will Save Albuquerque Builders Money-New Mexico Cap italists Deeply Interested. Anion Moore, of OK'len. t'tah. prob ably the youngest and most success ful cement manufacturer In the coun try, who arrived here from El Paso yesterday morning, left for Los An nles last night In talking to a re-ro-ler, Mr. Moore said: "Albuquerque will reap consider able benetlt from the new Southwest ern Portland Cement company which is to erect a modern cement plant at El Paso. 1 have Just come from El Paso, where I completed the prelim inary work frr the erection of the I Innt. which will be started Imme diately. Thin benclit will ome directly o the contractors an J tndlre-jilyo those wi-.o have h.us to buil 1 rr.'. .nlvr work to be done that iu.i esltat the use of cement. This (?',eat s-.vint? will come In freight ratss and t'le price of the commodity. "El paao cement will be shippni here t cents a barrel cheaper than Colorado or KansuH cement Is bring ing now. and the first cot will be greatly reduced. Owing to conditions favoruble to the manufacture of ce ment at Kl Paso, the new company will be able to sell Its produce at 76 cents a barrel cheaper than It can be bought for In Kansas and 60 cents a barrel cheaper than the price asked for the Colorado product. "The new company was Incorpor ated Wednesday under the laws of West Virginia, and It will be man aged by some of the practical cement men of the country. The plant will adjoin the tracks of the Santa Fe, Southern Pacific ami El Paso ft Southwestern. The raw material of the company Is a deposit of 900 acres of cement rock, shale and lime stone. Our chemists have i renounced the analysis of the different deposits as being perfect. "The building will be of lire proof material and of structural steel with the latent Improved modern machin ery. When completed It will be the model cement plant In the world and capable of manufacturing 2,000 bar rels of cement a day. This quantity of Portland cement Is to be marketed in New Mexico, Ariona, western Tex as, northern Mexico and the surplus will go to southern California. Oflloers and Director. The officers of the company are: C GOOD THINGS FOR THAT Local Market Well Supplied With Delicacies-Home Grown Truck. PRICES NOT SO HIGH AS TO BE FORBIDDING ' The tioimew ife who is often put to considerable trouble to prepare the Sunday dinner, will lind the market full of delicacies ill all lines thN week. nd If the Sunday meal is not up to the standard, it will not be the fault of the merchants. Everything from a variety of meats, tishes and fowls to a pleasing array of vegetables and small fruits can be obtained. Th prices are as reasonable a the cost of tho different delicacies will per mit. The feature of the Saturday market will be some of the linest big red strawberries yet seen this spring. They are shipped In, but appear to be fresh and have a tine llavor. Home grown truck, lettuce, radishes, young green onions, asparagus and garnishe-s also play an important role in the .Sunday dinner menu. They may be had fresh from the gardens at excep tionally low rates. The tomatoes this week are larger and better than any yet sold here. The price is sliirhtlv reduced. Anions the ihinirs the good wife may want are: m!' , !1,ten!y me,, and women, ' friends of the colonel had prepared Meats, steaks. sirloins, porter- a ,tnner and after turning out the houses .teabones, 2u cents a pound; I lights, they awaited his coming When tenderloins and sweetbreads, 30 cents, he opened the door and began search a pound; chickens, 18 cents a pound; ling for the electric light bulb, using lish. barracudas, Iloundcrs, sea bass , language that was emphatic ami right and red snappers, 15 to 20 cents a to the point, it' was loo much for the IMtund; veal, 10 to 20 cents a pound; plotters and they switched on the mutton, H to 15 cents; duck. 20 cents, I light. The colonel was certainly sur- turkeys, Z4 cents, ami geese, is cents. i Vegetables Tomatoes, 20 cents a pound; asparagus, four bunches, 25 rents; cucumbers, two pounds, 15c; rhubarb, two pounds, 15 cents; let tuce, radishes, new onions, twj bunches, 5 cents; new potatoes, 10 cents a pound, and plinieutos mor rones, 25 cents. Fruits Strawberries, I'n cents a box; oranges, to to 00 cents a dozen, and bananas, 15 to 3d cents a dozen. The managers of the markets said that many new and varied varieties of meats, vegetables and fruits would be coming in within the next few weeks. DONA ANA COUNIY DISTRICT COURT Attorney A. A. Sedillo, who re turned this morning from attending court at Las Cruets, says that the diversion dutn being constructed near Mesilla Park Is almost completed un I the farmers of the lower Klo Urande valley are extremely jubilant as a re sult. Court is still in session at Las L'ru ces and will be for several weeks yet. The most Important case being tried i.s that of tho I'nited States against the Santa Rita Mining & Store com pany, which is charged by the gov ernment with violating the anli-truit law and also criminal conspiracy. The complainants in the case are Tur ner & Son, of Santa llita, who con tend that the defendant company has been compelling the employes of its mines to trade at tho company's store, and any employe who did not, refused : i do so at the jeopardy of his imsi- t ! I Previous to the action brought by the government. Turner &i Son s. . urt-d a decision in the district court tAarding them damages to tin nount of t2'i,O0. j see Mill Wesnfall throw steers with ins tenth at Traction I'ark Sundn afternoon. Admission 5u cents. . BE GREATLY REDUCED Leonard, los Angeles, president; Charles Iloyetcher, Denver, vice pres ident; A. Courchesne, El Paso, vice president and general manager; Felix Martlnes, El 1'aso, vice president; J. K. Williams, El Paso, treasurer; t. J. lilnford, Los Angeles, secretary . The directors are C. Ieonard, Los Angeles; Charles Hoyeteher. Ienver; Whitney Newton, Denver; O. J. Hln ford. Ios Angeles; Aman Moore, Og den, t'tah; A. Courchesne, Felix Mar Unez, J. V. Williams, H. H. Stevens, El Paso; Solomon Luna, M. W. Flour noy, of this city. "About ten months ago," contin ued Mr. Moore, "we "nt an expert to this city and vicinity to learn whether the proposed plant could be located here. That man was J. O. Wolgamot. He spent about three months In Al buquerque, going over the locul Held with your contractors, but he was unable to find the right material here. The silcsia and magnesia deposits here were dfctive chemically. He Ing unable to discover any high grade cement shale here, after an exhaustive examination, Mr. Wolga mot continued south, towards Kl Paso, where ho was killed by light ning, to the regret of his employers. "During his stay here, Mr. Wolga mot was ably assisted by the follow ing local men: Oeorge Arnot, tleorge L. lirooks, M. W. Klournoy and a score of others. Wolgamot was suc ceeded by Mr. O. J. Klnford, now secretary, and he has had charge of the investigation for the last six months. The new plant will employ 200 men and will have a monthly pay roll of $20,000." Accompanying Mr. Moore were Mr. Jackson, an expert cement engineer of Los Angeles; Mr Preston, a ce ment chemist, formerly professor in the University of New Mexico, and O. J. Rlnford, company expert. As he boarded the train last night Mr. Moore said that Mr. Flournoy had been elected one of the directors of the new company, and that pohkI bly other Albuquerque men might also be elected to the directorate. i Mr. Moore in the last three years i nas ouilt and started in operation a large cement plant in Colorado, the i cement plant of Hah. and also a ; large cement plant in Montana. While in Albuquerque he was the guest of t Dr. and Mr W. M. Sheridan. LONG DISTANCE 'PHONE TO ARIZONA CITIES Prominent Telephone Men Here-Col. Sellers Shows Them Around. DIRECT LINE TO CITY OF EL PASO CONTEMPL ATED Jt the plans of several prominent leiepnnne men, who were la confer ence here today, are carried out, Al buquerque will in a few months time have direct long distance telephone connections with the principal cities and towns of Arizona and also with El 1'aso and the New Mexico towns intervening. Among those interested in the project are C. W. HinchclilTe general superintendent of the . onsoll dated Telephone and Telegraph com pany of Arizona, with headquarters ui meson; iu. m. tiurgess, general su perintcndent of the Colorado Tele phone company with headquarters in uenver, nnu J. H. Smith, of El Paso. Col. D. K. It. Sellers had the party out for an automobile ride this af ternoon, showing them the good side of Albuquerque from a business stand point and otherwise. Their plitaj have not yet been made public. Upon his arrival here last evening, tne colonel was treated to a surprise """ L. ""me on v . 1 neras ave prised but It did not affect his appe tile and he ute heartily. just ten them everybody that I m dock to stay. Albuquerque ure looks good to mo. I've been in Den ver, Lcadvllle, Salina, Canyon City, Pueblo and other Colorado towns. Not one of them I don't except Den. vet has half the opportunities to be found right here in Albuquerquo. There's something doing here all the time. When I got off the train las, night there was a band playing over on one street, a dance in a hall on another, people were bustling about full of life and progress. I was ctr talnly glad to get back. I'm going to start something right away. The first thing I want to do Is to get water on the University Heights, and you can Just nay that there will be water there, too. I want to .see every one boosting for the fair. You can't imagine what an ad for the city that j fair has been, as well as for New ! Mexico genet-ally. I'll bet I've had uOO people in Colorado tell me that they were coming down here to lli.it next fair. "I'm going to move, too," conclud ed the colonel. "While 1 was away I acquired a collie pup. The house I'm occupying now isn't big enough for me and that pup Well, don't forget to tell 'em that I'm back, and glad lo get here." i osii ;mi: roit tiii: 11 Mvl l liU, t II VMI'ION. Mnntdair. N. J., April 15. The Orange high school and the i'.isaaic hinh school teams play the deciding game to, lay for the championship for ba ketball. The Americon Lumber Company Hand has been engaged to furnish music for the Wild West Show at Traction I'ark Sunday afternoon Ail mission r.o cents. XOTICK. The public is hereby nolilicd that I will not be responsibl.j for any debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. Erne- i line Cantn I. KL1K A. CA.NTREL. o Car Load of ,i; to date furniture due to unlve this week nt Futreile's. ANOTHER OF C. F. 8 1. OFFICIAL. General Manager Passed Away at Trlnldad-The Sixth In Two Years. Denver, April 12. John A. Kebler. general manager of the coal operat ing department of the Colorado Fuel & Iron company, died suddenly at 3:30 this morning at Trinidad, of ptomaine poisoning. While visiting the company's mines at Cuato last week Kebler was taken ill from eat ing canned salmon. He rallied and was believed to be out of danger un til yesterday. He was about 4 5 years old. Kebler's death makes the sixth In the last two years among the of ficial of the Colroado Fuel & Iron com puny. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS The following quotations were re ceived by F. J. Graf St Co., brokers, ver their own private wire from New Tork. Room 87, Barnett build ing. Albuquerque, N. M.: Kew Yorlc Stocks. Amalgamated Copper American Sugar American Car Foundry American Smelters Ilaltlmore and Ohio Brooklyn Rapid Transit Chicago Northwestern Krie com I-ouisville and Nashville Missouri Pacific National Lead New York Central Northern Pacific Ontario and Western Pennsylvania Reading Rock Island com Southern i'aciile St. Paul Southern Railway com Tennessee Coal Cnlon ' Pacific U. S. S. com , U. S. S. pfd Creene Cananea Shannon Calumet and Arizona Old Dominion Copper Range North liutte Hutte Coalition (Ireene Consolidated no sales 23,4 to 24. Atchison com May Cotton i . . . .125H . 36 Ti .1321, . 94 . 60 .151 . 2414 .11?? . "5 . 61 .119 .1334 . 384 .125 .107 . 21 . 4H .134 . 21 Vi .144S .137 . . 100 i . 15 . 17 .153 . 51 V4 . 7Va . MX . 26 closed . 5 . . $.5S Summary of Conditions. New York, April 12. American stocks in Loudon steady, about par ity. Crop damage stories much gerated. exag- Large inquiry in market for struc tural steel. Standard Oil income now than any previous year. Oood inquiry for iron for larger future delivery. Pig iron output shows falling off. Krie in demand, Hat In loan crowd and general Inquiry indicates bear account still extensive. Large producers continue to ex press confidence In position of copper market. Estimated increase in world's cop per production for 1H0G about 4 Vi per cent. Reported ltalthnore and Ohio is willing to pay $25,0110.000 for Chicago terminal property at foreclosure sale. Rill taxing anthracite three cents u ton passed Pennsylvania house of representatives. increased wage schedules this year will cost St. Raul over , 750, 000.' Kansas City Livestock. Kansas Cltv. Aru-tl 1 ' i'uttt.. ' re ceipts 1000, "including 100 southern. .niai-Kci strong, rsouinern steers 4.00 df'5.25: southern cou-u iannifi stockers and feeders $3.75ti) 5.25 bulls :;.00fe4.25; calves f 3.75 'h 7.25 ; west ern fed steers $4.25 5.75 ; w estern ten cows 3.uil 'iv 4.Z;. Sheep receipts 1000, market strong. Muttons J5.25(ii6.25; lambs $6.75W 8.00; range wethers $5.50fn '7.00: foil ewes $5.ii0di!0.00. Oiiialia Livestock. Omaha, April 12. Cattle receipts. 400. Market strong. Western steers t:l.25ii 5.25; Texas steers $3.00r 4.60; cows and heifers f2..r0'i 4.40: can- ners $2.25 w 3.25 ; stockers and feed ers $3.OOr5.50; calves $3.006.50; bulls. $2.75T, 4.25. Sheep receipts 4 700, market strong Yearlings $6.40(fj7.25; wethers ii.00f(Ii6.65; ewes $5.U0i 6.00; lambs $7.50 'i 8.25. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, April 12. Cattle recei' ts 1 500. Market strong. Reeves $3.4iKn 7.0i: cows $1.80di)4.tl; heifers $2.76 'a 3.&0; calves $5.ooii.7.00; good to in line steers $5.4 5 'it 6.70 ; poor to me dium $4.30i 5.40; stockers and leed- crs $2.0 r,n 5. 10. Sheep receipts 8000. market steady. Western $ 4.50 ti 6.20 : yearlings $6.75 (H7.60; lambs $.50'i, s.40; western $0.50 i4 8.50. Produce Market. Chicago. April 12. Closing uuola- llons: Wheat May 7; July 81 Vi. Corn May 47 s, ii July 4 7 Vi! C'l !4 Oats May 44; July 40. I'ork May $16.15; July $16.17'-i. Lird May $8,67 4: July $8.80. Ribs May $s.4 7 'i 8.50, July $i.7 'a 'i 8.70. Metal Market. New York, April 12. Lead dull Si 6.10: copper nominal 24tj2.. St. l-oiiis Wool Market. -:r. Iouis, April 12. Wool steady : unchanged. Money Market. New York. April 12. Prime mer cantile papir t i-6 1 s per cent, silver 6 5 -V Spelter Market. St Louis. April 12. Spelter dull 60. XOTICK roll I'CIJLICATIOX. Department of the Interior. Lan 1 Olli.-e at Santa Fe, X. M . March 26, 1U07. Notice Is hereby given that Antonio Palle. of Laguna, N. M., has filed no tice of his Intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 6842, made February 12. 1902, for the c NV section 28, township 6 N. range 5 W, and that said proof will be made before Sllvestre Mirabel, U. S Court Commissioner, at San Rafael, N. M , on May 6. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon. and cultivation cf, the land, vis.: 'harles Carr. Lorenzo Romero, Juan Palle, Jose, M. Caco, all of Laguna, M. MANTEL R OTERO. . . .. Register. DEATH ROUGH RIDERS MONUMENT 18 UNVEILED President Speaks -Had Put o Copy of His Book In the Corner Stone. ' Washington. D. C, April 12. The president delivers an address at the unveiling of a monument to members of the first volunteer cavalry, or Rough Riders, at the Arlington ceme tery this afternoon. A copy of Mr. Roosevelt's book, "The Rough lUd ers." was placed In a brass hound box in the cornerstone. Major Llewellyn nicre. Special to The Evening Cltlren. Washington. Anril 12. Notwith standing the rain, a large crowd i attending the dedication of the Rough Riders' monument nt Arlington. One hundred names or the killed and dead are Inscribed. Invocation by H. N. lirown, chaplain or tne army; ad dress by Theodore Roosevelt; oration by Rev. D. J. Stafford. In charge Capron, designer or the monument. Major W. H. 11. Llewellyn, of New Mexico, Is among the many In attend ance. W. I. GARRISON GETS ' IAS VEGAS JOB I.K.WKS PHIXCIPALMIll' OF Till-; SAXTA FK llKill SCHOOL TO AC'FIT PRKSIOKXCY OF THK MK.IMV CITY NORMAL. Mil -h satisfaction is expressed In territorial educational circles and among Las Vega.s people over the ap pointment of Dr. W. K. Carrlson, of Santa Fe, to the presidency of the Normal university at Lis Vegas. The choice was made at a meeting of the board of trustees held on Wednesday afternoon. The new president will assume the Important duties of the position on August 1st. and with thai purpose In view will move with his family from the capital some lime during the summer. Prof. K. J. Vert, whom Dr. tSnrrison succeeds. and who resigned as president of the university several months ago, ha- agreed to conduct the summer school so that no halt in the regular pro gram of the Institution will eiisu" upon the change. The new president comes to his duties with an enviable record and splendid equipment. He graduated from Yale college with the degree of R. S. at the age of" 19. receiving a few years later from the University of Chli'Hgo the degree of Ph. D., In lecognltlo 1 of his elllcicnt services at that Institution us an assistant In structor in history, jiter he became a correspondent for one of the St. Louis papers and in that capacity spent same time in traveling upon the continent of Europe. After two years of service as a member of the faculty of Hutler university at Indian apolis, Dr. (larrlsou became president of that Important instltuuon, which appointment h only gave up on n count of poor health. Recertly he has hi er rctliiR as principal of the high school at Simla F.;. That thj No'ina' university wiil erntlnue t j maintain Its high re put a ticn under the nt-vv i resident is freely predicted ly all those i.cquulntcd with the facts. BERNALILLO COUNIY DISTRICT COURT At 3:30 o'clock this afternoon the case of the territory against "Spot' Drown, colored, charged with receiv ing mid concealing stolen goods, was still being argued by District Attor ney Clancy and Attorney T. N. Wll kerson. The principal witnesses against lirown were V. i). Sweeney aod Arthur Matney. two young men who on the night of February 26, broke open a car in i he Santa Fe yards here and stole some cloth and two pairs of shoes. The stolen prop erty was given to lirown, who was then bartender at the Kcdllghl sa loon. The evidence showed that Sweeney and Matney, with the assistance of Louis lirooks and James Smith, two colored boys, had broke open a car at l.as Vegas, mid stole some goods but had disposed of them before com. Ing here. Sweeney and Matney were arrested the day after the robbery and Hi-own some time later. lirooks and Smith were apprehended Wlnslow. ''he case of Jo .Mlcell. chained with assault to murder and assault with deadly weapon upon Ricardo Armijo last fall, was quickly settled this morning when Mieell pleaded not guilty to the two charges, but did plead guilty to assault and battery charge. The court sentenced him to serve six months In the county Jail and pay the costs of the case, but remitted the sentence upon payment of the costs. Two suits were Hied In the district court yesterday. The first by the Southwestern Hrewery and Ice com pany to restrain l'crfecto Armijo, sheriff of ernallll county, from compelling them to secure another li cense to operate a retail liquor busi ness at thilr place el Second street and Atlantic avenn -. The cause of the suit is that in N ivember the com pany secured a license when their place was on Col 1 nveiiue, then it w:ls moved. Sheriff An lijo contends that another license is necessary to run the new saloon. The second suit was by Kaliuan I.lebar against En II Zlmmer. The plaintiff and defen l.int were in the saloon business and the plaintiff wants the affairs of their partnership clear ed up by the coin1 as they are now In a muddled cond ion. MEATS. IRESII AND Cl'UEI), MM'lli AXD K-S CITY. (JRO- FRIES OF AM. KINDS AND IX REM' ltltNIS. IIW, ;i(IN AND CHOPPED I'l l l AND ALL AT REST PRICES, AT .1. F. PALMER'S, I'll 1ST AND M VRol EITK. II WE VOI R PHOTO TAKEN NOW'. STXMP I'M ll'RES 25 CENTS PER DO.EX AND I P. KODAK I IX IMIINt; A Sl'l'.t I M TV. PHOTO PIL LOW COVERS ON ,IPAXESK SILK. OCR WORK IS OI'K il'A HAXTEE. STARK HTIPIO, 1 WKM' fiOI.D A VEX IE. I RESII ME VIS TIIVI- ARE CHI. VII. I I III ll MI- ATS i ll V I' CI'RED,' AT J. F. PALMER'S, FIRST AXD MAHQIETTE. Wild West Show at Traction I'ark Sunday afternoon. Admission 60 cents We do It right. nOCOH DRY. Im perial Laundry Co. WONG AND HIS BRIDE OFF FOR LOS ANGELES Called at Citizen Office and Said Good Bye Happy and Laughing. Teong Wing Wong and his Amer ican bride left last evening for los Angeles. As they climbed aboard the train he held her by the hand and both their faces were wreathed In smiles. They certainly looked happy and both said they were. Even after taking their seats In the tourist car, they continued to hold hands. Wonj now and then looked from the win dow, saw something that Interested him, laughed and called to his American bride, who appeared to feel Just as good about it as ever. Previ ous to going to the train, Wong called at the otllce of The Evening Cltisen, bought a paper and shook hands with the reporter who yester day wrote the interview with Mrs. Wong, which tho badly beaten morn ing paper tried so strenuously to de ny. Wong did not mention anything about sensationalism, etc. Ho was pleased and happy, and said so. The interview with Mrs. Wong was not a "fake," and the paper sales of The Evening Citizen indicate that a good many people were considerably inter ested In knowing the reasons of an American girl for marrying a son of the land of popples. There was nothing in the interview derogatory to the character or choice of either Mrs. Wong or her husband and the whole object of the interview was not to create a sensation, but to serve the public with what it wanted to know. That was "why she do It? Mrs. Wong told The Citizen reporter and he told the public as nearly as possible In her own words. The Citizen is sorry the morning paper was beaten on the story, but that Is not The Citizen's fault. This paper wishes Mr. Wong and his American bride a long, prosperous and happy life. LOCAL GUARD MAKES CK.iii Y-Tiii;i.c mi:n wf.uk I.IXF INIi 111 NT VIT.S OI'FI i;us w i:kk wki.l PI.KASKIV IN The inspection of the local battal- lion of the National tluard by ( apt (3. V. . Moseley, IT. S. A., and Adjut ant General A. P. Tarklngton, of the New Mexico National guard, at the Elks' armory lost night was witnessed by quite a number of local people. Captain Moseley complimented Col. John Rorradalle, Major J. E. Elder and Captain ll. Ruppe upon the effi ciency of the two companies and band and said that the battalion was well up on their evolutions and com ma nils. Including the staff officers there were Hi men In line, and the com mands were given and obeyed with promptness and precision. The men were distributed as follows: Staff and officers K. Comiemv (1 !t-J men- enni nnnv E 23 men and iho hand :H mu sicians, n total of K3. Itll'XI) KALI Allea-bltten gray horse, weighing about 750 pounds, with stifle In right hind leg. Is held in the city pound and will be sold under the hammer at the city building. Saturday morn ing. April 13. at 10 o'clock, liv order of THOS. McMILLlN. City Marshal. First publication April 10. ci XOTICK OF SPECIAL ELECTION'. Itv Aullioiily of tin; City Council of ill., t liv i,l lliiiiiuerfom. V t Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the city of Albu querque, New Mexico, on Saturday, May 4, 1907, between tho hours of 9 o'clock a. ni. and 6 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the following voting places: First Ward Cily Hall. Second Ward Otllce of Ch.is. Chadwick cfc Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward Office of K. II. Dun bar, corner of Third street and Gold avenue. Fourth Ward At office of George R. Craig, Justice of the pace. South Third street. At which said election the question of authorizing the issuance of Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars of bonds of the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to erect and build a city building, will be submitted to the qualified voters of said city, who are tho owners of real or personal prop erty, subject to taxation, within the said Cily of Albuquerque, New Mex ico. In witness whereof I have hei'iiuuto set my hand and caused to be affixed the teal of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, FRANK McKRE, Mayor. Attest' HARRY LEE. City Clerk. (SEAL.) First publication April .1. 1907 ..OUR,. CONSTANT AIM Is to sell good goods at a less price than you can buy them any other place. The following is a sam ple of our prices: California tomatoes, large t uns 10c las CriiifM tomatoes 12'i' Xcw York State Dinner Party Eriuid, largo cans I.V None Ixitcr nt any prliv. Albuquerque Cash Grocery Company HOMKm H. WAHO. Mgr. 315 Marble Ave. Telephone 206 : Tmo-I'imuii lent Iioum- lor mil. (luvan; cood roof, kimmI well, ir. Inquire at htore. ALBERT 303-310 Railroad Avenue N. PL ANDRUS The Old Reliable Watchmaker and Jeweler ltring me your watches, clocks and Jewelry for repair. Watch Inspector A. T. & S. F. R. R. 1 10 West Gold Ave. t00COOOO0Ot0OKtO0M0O0 A Checking Account Puts System Into Your Business WHEN you pay all bills by check, your bUBtnesa is record accurately. Each item shows for itself. There Is a cor rect record of all receipts and expenditures In your bftak book. ' . For every bill you pay, you get a receipt. You havt poslttr proof that you paid each obligation. We give the same careful attention to both large and small accounts. The Bank of Commerce Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 000X)OfXXD0K3C000 119 F. Tomei & Brothers w. r. r. Albuquerque's Leading Tailors Choice Line of New Spring Goods on Hand. Place Your Order Karly. Where to Dine 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. - - I . 1 1 c 1 ri C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor Convenience - Comfort - Security . The telephone makes the .duties lighter, the cares less and Uie worries fewer. YOU NEUD A TELEPHONE IN TOTO no.ltfc THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. !coOwOoo FIjY screens Dour licreens as strong as an onllnary door at prices that defy a-storn-ma.le screen doors In both strength and price. Window T r-'!!!l! are 88 w'rong n a door at 1 fonts per foot at the SUPERIOR PriSTIATJ MlLTi ri;i: (nils iiu-v J. C. BALDRIDGE OEALER IN NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, looks best, waars tha longest, most economical; full measure BUILDING PAPER Always In stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement Paint, Glass, Sa-h, Doors, Etc. nitST STREET AXD COAL AVE. ALltl .'OXEUQl E, NEW MKX. Highland Livery Suddli hoiacs ii specialty. Eest drivers in the city. Proprietors of "Sadie," the picnic wagon. llM!tK4Mk IlltOS. I "Ik,. lie .(. I I i Ji ill 11 SIM'I Folding Go-Cart WE are headquar ters forGo-Carts over 40 styles to select from. Our special of fer for this week. No. 900 go-cart, steel frame body wood, lined with best grade leatherette, wood handle, enamel ed BrewsU?r green, 8 inch wheels, 3-8 rub ber tires. Price $3.00 FABER'S ... Staab Building uy Hcstel jjio telephone pr yonr health, prolongs your Uffei and protects your home. Across our Counters ! there never passes a single article for which we have to apologize. We r . I way sure of the kind of Groceries we Handle They cannot get Into this store unless they come up to our high standard. So when we pass them on to you we can count on your approval. Nobody buys here Just once. They always 'onie again. The Champion Grocery Co. MATTECCCI BROS. i2J-6J XV. Tljims Ave. 1'boaa j ituri. - unirniwi s SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT At THK COLOMBO HAIL DANCING SCHOOL Admkshis ?0c Ladies Fret