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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
tUftltlV. Al llll. 10. I!MI. pr,K nvi POPULAR VOTE FOR NEW NAME What Would You Like to Have Railroad Avenue Called fn the Future? NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR SAY ltiUHItttirii To Tfee livening Cltlaen: I tavor the following name for a Railroad avenue Name of voter Address of voter . . . . 4 4 Keniark t 4 Te following namrs for Hail- 4 4 road avenue huve been suggest- 4 4 ed: 4 4 Rio fjrande Avenue. 4 4 Main .Street 4 4 Central Avenue 4 4 University Avenue. 4 4 Alvarado Avenue. 4 4 Albuquerque Avenue 4 4 State Street. 4 4 (No change at all.') 4 tntituxtittti IIAIMCOAD AVKXVK ms fkkuek. Kill tor JSvenlng Citizen. Albuquerque, N. M., April 18, 1907. Having noticed in The Evening CItision that you request that all persons interested In the proposed change in the name of Railroad ave nue to express themselves upon the subject, I -would suggest that the name be 16ft as It is. It seems to me that all of the merchants and others who are located on Railroad avenue seem to be prospering and have always been satisfied with the name of Rail road avenue; persons from all over the country know It a the principal business street of the town, and the argument brought forth that the name of Railroad avenue is a mis nomer und ut to lead one to believe that !t la a back street Is all bosh. One might Just well suy that .State street, Chicago, Uroadway, N'ew York, Fulton street, Brooklyn; Washington street, Indianapolis, and Pennsylvania avenue, in Washington, are all mis nomers. Yet when you speak -of these streets to any one they know at once that they are the principal streets of the cities named, and yet tbe cities in which they are located .have succeeded In prospering with this great drawback. I for one say let well enough alone, and let us continue to do business on Railroad , avenue, as It 'has been done for the past twenty-live years. Yours truly, j. c. FEimrcu. Names Too lions. Editor Citizen. In looking over your popular vote column about Railroad avenue, 1 glanced over the list of names, atid of the seven suggested, four ure too long, and of the other three but one (Central avenue) has a euphonious sound. The appropriateness of a name cuts no figure, else why does every crty of any consequence have a different name for Us principal street. It is a mistake to change the name of any well known street. Railroad avenue sounds good, and it has been the name so long and busi ness and sentiment has clustered around It so much that every person in the two territories knows that Railroad avenue, Albuquerque, is the busiest and most bustling thorough fare of any city between Kansas City and Ios Angeles. Leave well enough alone; don't change it. IUIUROAD AVK.M.'H PROPERTY OWNER. To the Evening Citizen. t favor the following nam..- for Itailrnad avenue: l.'niversliy avenue. J. B. MAYO, 14U5 West Railroad Avenue. SEEKS TO BUY NEW MEXICO STRAW A in-w industry is being organized in Koutheren California, according to Elmer F. Walker, of Los Angeles, who arrived in Albuquerque this motning from Kl Paso. The pew industry Is the manufacture out of old straw, of strawboard. chip board and build ing paper. The plant, located near Los Angiitis, is in course of construction, and when in operation will employ 100 men both day and night. "I am touring Texas, New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado," said Mr. Wal ker, "securing future contracts for our products. From what reports 1 have received, the ranchers in the states in this vicinity are manifesting considerable Interest in the new plant. They have on hand thou sands of tons of old straw, and as the plant will consume 2I,uum tons each year, they can readily find a market for their surplus." CABE ADAMS GETS TEN-YEAR SENTENCE Ml IUKltKK OF WARREN MII IM.MTON IliX'KIVKS I.K.HT SKKTKM'K OTHER ( KIM- IS. l. CASKS itispcsi:i OF. I'abe Adams, who. in November, 1905, brutally killed Warren IS. Mid dleton on Cook avenue in Raton and whose trial at the March term of the l06 court resulted in a disagree ment, reversed his plea of "not guil ty' und plead guilty to the crime of murder in the second degree. lie was is it consequence sentenced on Tues day by Judge Mills to serve a term of ten years in the penitentiary, the judge at the same time stating that he considered the punishment as in adequate. The fact that the first trial resulted in a hung jury, how ever, influenced the acceptance of the plea and the recommendation of the district attorney accounts lor the ap parent lightness of the sentence. I other criminal cases of Importance i were also disposed of at this week's ioi!. James (liven received a ear's sentence for larceny, Juan I). iridovul, ranchman in the eastern ail of Colfax county, charged with imu rape of a etrl under 14 years of ,ik. had sentence suspended, James jlall and Junn' Garcia were given one year ach for theft Hnd Panlel Oasados, of Raton, got 90 days for assault with a pistol. Heveral other Infractions of minor importance for which convictions had been returned were nolso reviewed and sentences therefor recorded. The hearing In the civil case of Jo seph Poyser vs. the Raton Coal and t'oke company, has been sot for April ?nth at Las Vegas. The funeral of Rose Santiago, age five, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andres Santiago, who died yesterday morning at tho home, 727 East street was held this morning from the Sacred Heart church, with interment In San Jose cemetery. The funeral of Mrs. Amelia lntnn, who died Tuesday night, was held Trom Adams chapel this afternoon. Interment was In Falrvlew cemetery. TIRED OE WEDDED LIFE IN TWO YEARS A petition praying r a divorce from Jose Chavez y Pomcnte, was filed In the district court yesterday morning by Galduii Monloya Chaves, through Attorney Elfego !aca. In her petition the plaintiff seeks a sep aration on the grounds that her hus band deserted her over two years ago, and since that dale has contributed nothing towards her support. The couple were married In the Catholic church In Old Town on No vember 10, 1904, and two children resulted from their union a boy and a girl. Hoth children are In posses sion of the defendant and she prays for their continued custodv. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS The following quotations were re ceived by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers, over their own private wire from New York. Room 37, Barnett build ing, Albuquerque, N. M.: New York xtoekH. Amalgamated Copper !t3's American Sugar 1-3', American Smelters 131 Atchison com 94 M Anaconda SI'S llnltimore and Ohii 98 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 5! Canadian Pacilic 174, Erie com 23 Missouri Paellic 74 'A New York Central 118 National Lead 61 Norfolk 75 Ontario and Western 3RH Pennsylvania 124 Reading com I lifi Rock Island com 21 Southern Pacific K2,i St. Paul 133 Southern Railywny 21 I'nion Pacific 136 I J. S. S . 37 V. S. S. pfd 100 Vi No Uoston market today. May cotton $:i.S1 Summary of Condition. New York, April 19. American slocks In London firm, to above parity. London market nnerally quiet and Inactive, but favorably in ilueneed by chancellor of the exche quers taxation announcements. Largo consumers are looking lor concessions In price of copper for de livery after July. Less demand for slocks in loan crowd, but bear account still con siderable. Republic steel fiscal year will Miow 5 per cent on common alter 15 per cent paid on preferred. Severe snows throughout tile west doing some damage but may kill bugs. Canadian coal strike serious. General indications that money is working easier in interior cities. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. April 19. Cattle re ceipts 19,000, including 100 southerns. Market steady. Southern steers $4.00 'n 5.50; southern cows $3.OOf4.40; stin kers and feeders 13.75 W 5.40 ; bulls $3.1541)4.50; calves $6.50 '(T 7.00 ; western fed steers $4.4 a 5. so; west ern fed cows $3.25 (it) 4.75. Sheep receipts 6000. Market steady. Muttons $3.25 6D 6.50 ; lambs $7.ooiiiK.riO; range wethers $5.50 7.50; led ewes $5.00ii6.25. Omaha Live-stock. i miaha, April 19. Cattle receipts 2.300. Market steady. Western steers $3. 50115.411; Texas steers $:;. 00 r,i 4. It.", cow s and heifers $2.75 'ii 4. 7 5 ; canners $ 2.75 I1 3.25 ; stockers and feeders 3.00lj 5. 10; calves $3.00di .5n. hulls $3.00 eO.50; bulls $3. now 4.5n. Sheep receipts 3,000. Market steady to strong. Yearlings $6.50 7.75; wethers $6.251-7.00; ewes $5.25 fli 5.5 0; lambs $7.504e 8.50. Protliicw Market. Chicago, April 19. Closing quota tions; Wheat May 7s: Julv SOW.. Corn May 47; July 47Tft 4. fiats May 3ri$t; July 40 . Pork May $15.87; July $15.92 15.95. Lard May $8.62; Julv JM.75. 'Ribs May $8.47; Julv Js.fi'i.w 8.65. Cliii-ago Livestock. Chicago, III., April 19. Cattle 2, 000. steady. Reeves $4.25 W 6.65 ; cows $1.75Ctf)4.90; heifers $2. 65(a) 5.4o; calves $4.50Ca 6.00; good to prime steers $5.35 6.65; poor iu me dium $4.25 di 5.30; stockers and feed ers $2.M)G)5.10. Sheep 8,000, steady. Western $4. 5()'n6.SO; yearlings $7fi7.75; lambs ti.50tfi 8.50; western $6.508.60. Metal Market. N.w York, April 19. I-ad dull 6 ifi.l; copper quiet 24.25 H 25.25. Money Market. New York, April 19. Prime mer cantile paper 6; silver 05 ; money on call firm 2c2. Spelter Marker St. Louis. April 19.- Spelter .lull J li t; a SI. I.oui.4 Wool Market. j St. Louis. April 19. Wool steady; unchanged. Whooping Couli. I have used Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my family in cases of whooping cough, and want to tell you that it la the best medicine I have ever used. W. F. Gaston. Posco, Ga. This remedy is safe and sure. For sale by all druggists. stpi.k ami iwv tnuH i:n i in, new spiti(i vi:;kthi,ks, i iuti s. Iri sh ami cxui:i MEATS. AT. I. I'. PALMERS, FIRST m m iitgi irrn:. o . 'I'll Haldwin Refrigerators at Ku t ri lie's. Nothing better made. Sat isfaction guaranteed. 2.-.00 f UtlC YARDS OF lll(T FOR I III: MilG. M llI I CV CO. o To Chicken Ketrtors. Mausard's Mills are selling pool wheat at $1.40 per 100 lb. lil'KKAIi: For Mr. Luvelle' ball, next Satur day. iMijcing and refreshment free. HOW RED" RAFFERTY LICKED Tells in Court How He Was Assaulted by Brakemen and Severely Beaten. HEAD SPLIT OPEN WITH BIG CUSPIDOK The preliminary hearing of t lie six switchmen who assaulted O. N. Rat ferty In the Southern saloon on South First street Tuesday night, was held this afternoon nt the city hall be fore Justice of the Peace MeClellan. When arraigned the six men, former Yardmasler Settlemore, J. L. Ran dall, it. J. McFarlane, Frank Moses, C. F. Davis and A. A. Phillips, plead ed not guilty to the two charges of committing an assault with Intent lo kill and disturbing the peace. Rafferty was called to the witness stand and he told the court how the assnfllt was begun and ended: "1 went to the saloon to sec about having a suit pressed, and while there McFarlane eime over and told me that someone told him that 1 called Settlemore a 'scab.' I denied la. Then several other men told me the same thing. Then Settlemore walked in. and he called me an in sulting name, and taking oil his cont, struck me. 1 struck back. Then McFarlane struck me. Then some one struck nie from behind with a billiard cue, which knocked me down. While I was on the tloor they dragged me about the room, kicking and beating me. While I was near the stove someone struck me on the forehead with a spittoon. After laying there for some time I arose and tried to wash the blood from my face, and then I was arrested." Rafferty said that he was too da.ed to recognize who struck him after buing hit with the cue. James T. Devere was the next witness. lie said: "I was In the saloon when the tight started. Settlemore approached Raf ferty, calling him a bad name and striking him. Then McFarlane struck him. Phillips then struck Raflerty over the head with a bil liard cue, from behind. McFarlane struck Raffemy again, and Rafferty went down. As he was lying pros trate on the lloor, Settlemore picked up a spittoon and, striking Rafferty, exclaimed: 'You , I'll kill you,' and hit him over the head twice .and walked out of the front door." Judge 15. F. Adams Is representing the six defendants, who will In all probability be bound over to the dis trict court. The hearing will last until evening, as the territory has a number of witnesses, Including Dr. (Tarns, city physlcUn, who will tell the extent of RalTerty's Injuries. Still liookiiijr for Sodlllo. Miguel Sedillo, the man who is al leged to have slabbed Juan Arche beque Monday night, is etlll at large. Sheriff Armijo was notified Tuesday that a man giving the name of Felice Martinez was arrested at Las Vegas, on suspicion of being Sedillo, but when he received a description of the man under arrest at that place, he Immediately wired back that they had the wrong man. Archebeque Is still at St. Joseph' hospital, resting as well as could be expected considering the extent of bis Injuries. No .lury in Riot Case. The case of the territory against Maxlmiano Guiterrez, et al., in the district court, charged with Inciting a rloto In the election booth at Las Gricgos on November 6, last year, was called this morning and up to 3 o'clock this afternoon a complete jury had not been secured. I IOLLI SWOItTII j'W INS. The llollinsuoi'tli Twins Rcluiii to Albuquerque For u Week's En gagement Momluy. The Houston-Franklin Dramatic company featuring the liolllngswortli Twins, will return for a week's en gagement commencing Monday. April 22. This is the same popular company that made a hit in the Ellis' theatre about six weeks ago. A number of new people have been added lo the company, especial men tion may lie made of Mr. Many Ray mond, leading man. lale of I .fakes Stock Co.. of El Paso. Also of ltaby Norma, a 111 tie three year old tot that sings all the new and popular songs. The Holllngsw orth Twins re main tly star feature and they are supported by all the old. populal nit i nhers. of the company. The company is now showing In their own tented theatre, with a large, new stage, new and beautiful scenery, all electrical effects, etc. Comfortable seats, with reserved chairs are In the arena proper, while the interior is entirely lit by two hun dred electric lights. The admission price is within the reach of all, being Id cents for chil dren and $25 for adults; 10 cents extra for a special, reserved seat. One week commencing Monday. April 22. in the new tented theater, U'he orpheum. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS II. II. Wilhite, who has been acting as day clerk at the Alvarado hotel, hits resigned, his resignation taking effect immediately. Mr. Wilhite has been with the local Harvey house for nearly a year and during that period has won many friends here, who will regret his departure from the city. His successor, U. F. McDonald, for merly with the Knickerbocker hotel, New York City, has arrived in Albu querque and will begin tomorrow. It has been suggested by a wakeful reader of The Citizen that the city council might pass an "anti-whistle" ordinance, making it a misdemeanor for the engineers on the switch en gines in the local Santa Fe yards to blow the whistles at night oftener than Is absolutely necessary. For Instance, it would bu rather dillicult to tell Just how much tooting was nocessary. The Citizen reader com plains that just about the time he dozes oft into a comfortable Hup, the whistle begin and hu is awakened. There Is some truth in what ho says, it does appear that there is a HUper lluity of tooting donu in the yards at night, but Just how to remedy the evil is sinnet lilng of a question. This is still a free country and if the en gineer wants to toot, he can tool, and if the vagabond breezes waft said toot into the ears of sume sleep-loving person, about the only remedy he has under the law Is to no out in his pajamas, risk catching cold, and meekly say: "Please, sir, if you must toot, then toot the other way. For sooth, sir, you make a most infernal rai'ket and I fain would sleep." Spi-clal for Saturday, Uoston brown bread and baked beans at the French Hjki-ry. 2! Kust Railroad avenue. MARKET IS FULL 0F! E Many Good Things Offered for the Table -Big Red Strawberries. HOUSEWIFE FINDS PLENTY TO CHOOSE FROM (uile a varied lot of delicacies arc offered the Albuquerque housewives for their Sunday dinner by the local merchants and markets. The variety Includes vegetables, fruits, fishes, meats and fowls, in practically nny quantity desired. Tomatoes ' from Florida, and California straw berries are two arrivals on the market this week, which will attract favor. String beans from southern Texas are also arriving in large quantities. other vegetables such ns egg plant, cauliflower. new potatoes, green onions, asparagus and radishes are plentiful, and enn be purchased nt reasonable prices. on account of the recent cold weather In Colorado, Kansas, Okla homa and Missouri. the array of vegetables and fruits from those states ure slow In arriving, and the merchants are relying altogether on the Texas, Florida, Inuisiana and California growers. Helow are a number of the good things that may be found by the shopper tomorrow: Meats Steaks, sirloins. porter house, tea bones. 20 to 2 2 cents a pound; tenderloin and sweetbreus, 30 cents a pound; chickens, is and 20 cents a pound: veal 10 to 20 cents a pound; mutton, S to 15 cents a pound; turkeys, 24 cents, and geese IX to 20 cents a found. Fish Rarracudas, flounders, sea bass, red snappers, 15 to 20 cents u pound. Vegetables Tomatoes 15 to 25 cents a pound; asparagus, four bunches 25 cents; cucumbers, two pounds 15 cents; rhubarb, two pounds 15 cents; lettuce, radishes, new on ions, two bunches five cents; new potatoes 10 pounds, and pimicntos morrones, 25 cents. Fruits Strawberries IS to 25 cents a box; oranges, 35 to 60 cents a doz en; bananas, 15 to 30 cents a doz en; apples, according to grade. LADIES, ATTENTION! Mr. Joseph Morelll, direct from New York city, has arrived here and will hereafter be employed in my tailor shop. Mr. Morelll is an ex pert on LAD I US' TAILOR MADE SUITS. Suits of anjr style and de scription made to order at reason able prices, and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Also men's suits mad to order. Cleaning, pressing and re pairing neatly done. A. J. MORKIilil, 10S N. First St. o Fl tl'-SlI TOIA V C A lil FOR Nl A 1IKAI LKTTUCK, WATKK CKKNS, FRKSII TOMATOKN. (JKI.KN PKAS, ARTICIIOKKS. MINT, XFAV 1TA TOFJS, NKW CAURAliF. AT T1IK MONARCH (iROCKR CO. . o V.UCiS Mill IIATCIIIXU. Fggs 11.60 ped setting. Rose comb, Hrown Leghorns and liarrcd Rocks. Pure bloods. 540 laying hens. Address J. K. Pauley, Kstancla, N. M. STRWVIiKRRIFS, lilRFXT FROM TIIK PATCH AMI Fit I Nil KVKHY 1AV. TIIK MOXAKCH (iR(K KRV CO. be known at Harris and Zearing. All accounts payable to the new firm. We do it right, KOrcn DRY. Im perii)' Laundry Co. Under Canvas ONE WEEK Starting Monday April 22 That Good Huston-Franklin Show m rut: i.irn.K Hollingswortti Twins i:w ri:opi.K i :v pl s FAV SPI H I Al.TIF.S ONF. PRICi: TO Al.l.. CHILDRKN " All LTS -r"' RF.SF.RVKD CHMRS l; I'.XTRA Till-: SAMK iOOI. M.KAN SHOW THAT PLKASKR VOI M WKI.L SIX WKKKS A(.0. Mexico City and return $10.25, April JT.ili to May JSili. Limit July 31.. J. :. PI RIV. Agem. COAL Genuine American block, r ton 18.50 Cerrllloa Lump I8JS0 Anthracite Nut S8.S0 Anthracite mixed fS.OO Anthracite, stove od .furnace sizes .M Clean Gas Coke S6.00 WOOD. Green Mill Wood, per load $3 to W. H. HAHN & CO. Both rtionr. 50O0O4OO0Ol The Albuquerque Hatters Hals ( leaned and Itlockcd In any style Panamas a Sh oLilly Clothing stenm Cli-nel mid Pi-wmiI. Ex inw Orders Attended to Promptly. Corner 3rd St.& Gold Ave. 10 per cent. Dividends In the other fellow's pocket on the rent you are paying. A small cash payment and $20.00 n month will buy a 5 loom house, with bath. CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO., J. K. ELDER, Armijo Rulldlng. C. F". Alien (oilvanlutl Iron Cornice. Tin Jhior- lug. slicc-p-illp Tanks, Ualvanlzetl Winer Tanks, Pipe mill Repair Work. 20Q 1-2 West Gold I X L GROCERY AND Meat Market 901 South Edith Phoney 40 Marketing is Easy And Economy Certain when you como here for GRO CERIES AND PROVISIONS. Whether you are preparing for feasting or frugality we will make it worth your while to call. Let these Items testify. Cash Specials For Saturday April 20th 20c Rlackberrles, per cau.l.V 20c Plums, per can 15c me urn fins Preserves, per can 15c Sunflower Jams, can 2 cans Standard Corn.. 15c Pork und Reans can . l.ic Force. mr itkir lOo per l(fl l.rc per l(kv 10c Silk, Diamond (C, Dover or White Kngle Soap, 8 bars for 25o We also have all kinds of Fresh Fruits und Vegetables, Strawberries. Tomatoes, Sweet Potatoes, etc. Elks' Opera House Tuesday, April 30, 1907 Third Annual Play University of New Mexico THE MERRY WIVES OF WINDSOR tH Moll ClioKfii ( )owtumlng Inflective Stage Settings Approprtut Admission 50 und 7.'.c Reserved HfulH on sale at MaLson's after 9 a. in. Saturday, April 27. ..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 cans 10c Ijm Cruoea tomatoes 1 2 ' c New York Slate Dinner Party llrand, large cans 15c None beitu-r at any price. Albuquerque Cash Grocery Company MOMKm H. WARD. Mgr. 315 Marbk- Ave. Telephone 206 To-room tent houe for rent, cheap; good roof, good well, etc. Inquire nt store. "The Most Comfortable PUc in the Hoate." r.... .... PORCH SHADES ALBERT 308-310 Railroad Avenue X. II. ANDRUS The Old Reliable Watchmaker and Jeweler Rrlng me your watches, clocks and Jewelry for repairs. ' .. Watch Inspector A. T. & S. F. R. R. 1 10 West Gokl Ave toooootxoooococ A Checking Account Puts System Into Your Business WHEN you pay all bills by check, your business is recorded accurately. Each Item shows for Itself. There Is a cor rect record of all receipts and expenditures Jn your bank book. For every bill you pay, you get a receipt. Tou have positive 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 $200,000 119 F. Tomei & Brothers w. r. r. Albuquerque's Leading Tailors Choice Line of New Spring Goods on Hand. Place Your Order Karly. Where to Santa Fe Restaurant Open Day and Night. Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - - I ludir i-St n' -y Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor Convenience - Comfort - Security . The telephone makes the .duties lighter, the caret less and tlte worries fewer. YOU NEED A TEXEPHOVE IX YOUIt HOMJfc THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. vt"' Y pie A TJ Jv '300C00CO0X Fr SCREENS Door screens as strong as an ordinary door nt prices that defy eastern-made screen doors In both strength and price. Window screens that are as strong as a door at 7 cents per loot at the SUPERIOR PLANING MIIjLi SEE OITI tcw.w ltuinu' ltniT.rkTMn J. C. BALDRIDGE DEALER IN NATIVE A NO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, looks best, wears the longest, most economical; full measure. BUILDING PAPER Always in stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement. Paint. Glass, Sash, Doors, Etc. FUIST STKIilT AND COAL AVE. AU$l7Qt'KKQl E, NEW SIEX. Highland Livery Saddle hordes a specialty. Itest Irlvers In the city. Proprietors of "Sadie," the picnic wagoi.. hamtii:ook nitos. I'lione SV. 113 John Si reel Make Your Hot Porch Cool ndor sluult-s will give yon u cool, wrtmlril restful rctrcH t on tlx liotUxt days, practk-nlly adding; knot her room to your home and l hat room tlio most comfor table, wi'vicenlile room of nil. Call and wee our stock FABER'Q ... Staab Building C0K00X)00000000)i Dine Well The telephone preeervea your health, prolongs your Ufa and protects your borne. The Best Cuts of Meat au be had here any time. We don't reserve them for a favored few and compel the others to take, what Is left. V First Come is First Served in this murket. We believe In giving: everybody a square deal. Also in sell ing the very best meat we can get hold if at the lowest prices possible. Try us with an order. The Champion Grocery Go. MATTECCCI BROS. liiJ-oi'l w. Tijrras Ave. Pbena St. SOCIAL DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT at re COLOMBO HALL DANCING SCHOSl mission 5Cc li:ies Fret .