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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
KMTRDAV, AIM'.lt, 20. inn:. PACK THKKH. twejoexiewexsexcaxjaxoe NEW YORK FASHION LETTER Vi I I 000CCW(C0CC0C COAT OF LACE FOR GAY WEDDING T- lie worn at out? of thv fuHhion-sifili- wi-diltriKH la a lonif, tlirht-flttinR ioat itT Xe.nivc liicp. It Is of the l!Htty qnalily mid ecru In tone, and I mounted on pray taffeta, the un der traillnk skirt beinfr of pray 1iMTi. The waisteo;it of this late Rarment if of the Bjime silken fahrlc ns the foundation, hut a deeper Kray tone. Ik toern displayed. The taffetii revers Uae lace insertions as the only trlm ming. The waistroat Ih buttoned llh fimall round dull silver but ton. tirown is th decided contrasting olor of the hat to be worn with this wedding cOKtume. It In fashioned of iallne Jn a rich golden shade and has 11 Iare choux of liberty silk at iti Hide, with a band of the name ;!mut the low crown. Gray and ecru plumes curl at the left back. VELVET LOOPS AND GAY ROSES In delicate gray ajid deep blue is i- fetching headdress that will be worn with a mouse jrruy broadcloth irult. The hat Ih a wide wft tlat of gray cMp, rocked htrh on one side, the brim ut the front nd other tilde be ing In pentlo waves. About the crown nnd falling In a full cascade In the laek Ih loops of velvet ribbon. This is composed of the two colors, the blue being a rich tone, the grayer a deeper shade than that of the chip. In the front the velvet ribbon, which is of the mirror manufacture, la held in place by a largo dull silver buckle. He.neath the brim at the left Hide where It Is lifted high Is set a line of lrge rosea. These are In the "off pastel colors. Whooping Cough. 1 have used Chamberlain's Cough Krmedy In my family in cases of whooping cough, and want to tell you i bat It is the best medicine I have ever used. W. K. Garton, Poseo, Ga. This remedy is safe and sure. For ile by all druggists. o. . I ONI.HOATH FAST FOH M A I (AT! ION HACK. Toronto, April 20. longboat, who s entered for the Marathon race at Kotfton, today, is In fine shape for the race, as lie was trained by the athletes of the west end Y. U. C. A , and was sent over the five-mile '(ium at leant twice a day. With out exceirtlon he finished each of ihie trials In better condition than iiis pacemakers, and his chances of winning are considered to be tr li.-st He arrived in Hoston on the llh. and used the spare time In I i Militarizing himself with the course. Kny hkln itching Is a temper-tester. Tins more you scratch the worse It itches. Doan's ointment cures piles. -.''in:i any kin itching. At all drug - ores. We do it right. Ituruil DRY. Im I - rta' Laundry Co. A specific for pain Dr. Thomas' hu'ctrlc Oil, strongest, cheapest lini-.:.- t ver devised. A household rem . jy lii America for 25 years. New York. April 20. Better one good suit and several stunning waists than many costumes and fewer, less Impressive "tops" especially If these latter are not of the transferable sort. When In doubt what to wear, It Is safe to select a lace waist made after a smart Imported model. Not one of the cheap, elaborate sort that too many women buy, for a lace waist of this genre is one of th most hopelessly common looking gar ments in eistence anil should be ta booed by any woman with claims to goiwl taste. The only desirable waist In the lace class that can be had ready made at a low figure Is built of net, either plain Urussels, point do j Paris or the square meshed filet net that Just now holds the lead in i fashionable favor. These waists can , be had in excellent models at very moderate prices, and can easily be mode distinctive by the addition of trimmings of velvet ribbon, bits of embroidery or perhaps some sort of a cloth "harness" that matches the skirt worn. In these times when all the fash ionable Bhops make most extensive showing of modets from the atelier of workl-famous artists In dress cre ation, she who will can glean sugges tions that will enable her to trans form simple "ready-mades" of plain materials into "tops" that may be worn with distinction In any com pany. The French are adepts in making smart use of tho simplest means. It is only the few who can hope to rival them in this faculty to create ele gance by the combination of ordin ary materials, but there are any number of amateurs who are excel lent copyists. It is no harder to copy from really artistic sartorial creations than from ordinary productions from less au thoritative sources. The basis of ail extra waists Is a simple, good fitting blouse, and the woman who has time and is willing to take the trouble to follow the directions that come with any one of the many patterns that can be had for a few pennies, and can't turn out a good plain blouse. Is the exception. Given thlB, the rest Is only a mat ter of discretion. Kvery family or Individual who is In any way inter ested in clothes, should possess a "Jane," one of the papier mar-he forms that can be had at from fifty cents up, and on which the waist can be slipped and adjustments made at a great avlng of time and suppressed language. Coral Jewelry anud coral embroid ery. A gown of primrose yellow is trimmed with bunds of silver, gemmed with seed coral. Coral Is also mingled with 'bright and dull gold and with topaz and turquoise. I'endant ear-rings are creeping In slowly but Burely. They are not like the old time ear drop, which fell from a gold wire which pierced the ear. The new pendant ear orna ments all have a stud fastened close to the ear. and from this the pendant falls. A mixture of gems is fashion able an ear stud of pearls or tur quoise or sapphire, with a pendant of diamonds, for instance. Most of the pendants are formed of several stones, but a few single pear-shaped gems are seen. Very dainty petticoats are of cam trio, with deep, full flounces of wash, ing tambour net, lavishly embroider ed in colored linen. Shades of roses, wine and purple, are among the "beauty" veils of spring. A white net evening gown Is spangled paillette In silver, and em broidered in trails of raised Valenci ennes flowers, the leaves veined in shaded fllosells. the full-blown flowers of shaded pink and nacre sequins touched with bronze, and made with .1 white silk foundation, veiled In soft est blush rose. The corsage, which j was cut very low, was almost entirely or ino emoroiuery, ana was nnisned with an empire sash of knotted reseda, satin. The blending of color Is per fection. Necklets and bracelet of coral are affected by decided brunettes or blonds. The smartest necklet Is formed of a series of coral carvings, strung together with golden links. The "medallions" represent roses or leaves and are delicately and skill fully wrought. A China blue rajah has a boauti- i fully cut but perfectly plain hkirt. The bodice has a square plastron of blue silk crochet lace engramlng a chemisette of cream guipre lace. A wondrous factor a fantasy of cream and blue coque plumes forms the chief ornament of the cream chip hat that accompanies this costume. A chiffon evening gown is of the new Phade, known as Terre d'Kgypte, made over white, the folded tlchu j and the center panel painted in flow i ers of wedgwood blue and romney pinK, ana outlined on each side by a panel of fine lace, a high sash of ehenc reproducing the flowers In more vivid tones, the very fussy lace and net sleeves tied with gold tissue. Another evening gown was of white crepe de chine, with a deep insertion of painted chiffon, the pink and yel low roses lightly touched with sliver, giving the misty effect of moonlight sheen, the chiffon draperies of the decolletage drawn through two large diamond half-moons and the floatins sash of frilled white utile also drawn drawn through a glittering horse show. A lovely gray blue net gown Is wrought at the hem with an em broidery of silver, oldlze and gold. It Is veiled with chiffon, over which falls another embroidery carried out in Claire de lune sequins, the whole sug gesting delicate moonshine. The sequins appear also on the corsage. CATHBUINK M ANN-PAYZANT. I)I(AIAGK TI VNKI. KOIl CUII'l'I.E CKKKK MINIM. New York, April 20. Although the rock broken Is the hardest kind of granite good progress is being made In the driving of the new tunnel for drainage at Cripple Creek. Single Jacks are used, and the bore is now in Holid formation a distance of 41 feet. The work of Installing the large compressor will not be finished for several weeks, and machine drill will not be In operation until tomor row. The compressor, when set up, will be operated by electric power. All excavation work for the various buildings haa been finished, and the laying a foundation for a saw mill has been begun. The mill will be used In turning out timber and other lumber material necessary In the driving of the tunnel. A boarding house, machinery building, and bunk houses are now in course of construc tion. The mines handling single Jacks claim that the rock encounter ed In driving the tunnel is of a pe culiar quality, being nearly as hard as Hint, but after a hole is ar..ied It Is easily broken by the explosion of powder. It is Impossible to pre dict Just now when the big bore will reach that point where It Is to cut the water course. notut:. K. Speelman, of the firm of Speol nian & Zearing, 2u5 West Gold ave nue, has sold his interest to C. N. Davis and in the future the firm will be known us Davis and Zearlng. All accounts payable tu the new firm. l'lB FOR A CHILD OF SIX An exquisite hot weather dress for a girl of six la made of handkerchief mien or the fine and sheer variety. The tiny skirt is short and full, and above its one-Inch hem la Inserted a band of Swiss hand work. The same fine material Is fashioned Into an oddly shaped shoulder arange ment. and Is then pressed into service at the ends of the half sleeve. A tiny frill of the linen ornaments either side of the front buttoned band, the buttons being of white cro chet. Soft nnd spreading Is tho wide Leg horn hat that will be one of the dis tinctive features of millinery for small women. It Is simply trimmed an immense drapery of pink silk faille being Its only decoration. THIS GOWN OF SILK AND LACE One of the new Hi Iks is transform ed into a charming frock with the aid of Venice lace and heavily em broidered medallions. The lace and (Ilk are of a mouse gTay, while the decorations are of deep blue, held in place by old silver buttons. The gown has a circular shirt, which Is set in boxed pleats at the waist line. At the center of the front, and also the back, a pleat runs high upon the blouslng bodice. Tho surplice waistcoat Is made from the Venice lace. This Is dyed to match the silk. Contrasting to this mouse gray is the underbodlce and undersleevea which are of ecru. The fabric used for this part of the gar ment is a sheer batiste. COMMEHClAli llODins VISIT PANAMA CANAL. Memphis. Tenn.. April 20. Follow ing the southern states and gulf coast conference, recently held at New Or leans, and having for one of Its ob jects the pressing of the claims of the gulf ports and Mississippi valley for recognition In the matter of canal affairs, the commercial organizations of the south Join In an itinerary to the Panama canal, their ship leaving New Orleans today. The Memphis mercantile exchange U represented, with several of its members as dele gates. The movement was started some time ago by the Nashville board of trails, with the co-operation of the New Orleans Progressive union. The following itinerary was arranged: Leave New Orleans Saturday. April 20, arrive at Colon Thursday. April Zi at 4 p. in.; leave Colon via Pana ma railroad for Panama, inspecting railroad; remain Friday. Saturday and Monday; leave Colon Monday, April 29, arrive at Port Limon Tues day, April 30 ut 7 a. m.; leave Port Llnion Tuesday, April SO, 10 p. m., arrive at San Jose Wednesday, May 1 at 6 p. in.; leave San Jose Wednes day. May 1 at 10 p. m., arrive at New Orleans Monday, May ( at 10 a. nt. To Chicken reuters. Mausard's Mills ars selling gool wheat at $1 40 per 109 lbi. Albuquerque City Name. Occupation. Residence. If your name is not in list and send same to the office of c Castillo, Juan, laborer, res. 719 East street. Castillo, Juan D. D., Jeweler. 11 south Third street; res. 117 south Third street., Castillo, Manuel, laborer, res. 190 south Second street. Castillo, Manuel, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 909 Hare las road. Castle, A. C, employe American Lum ber Co., res. 420 north Eleventh street. Caughlln. Miss Gertrude, res. 820 west Lead avenue. Caughlln, Mrs. J. W.. res. 320 west Lead avenue. Cnulk, Benjamin T., clerk, Santa. Fe; res. 202 east Hazeldlne avenue. Caulk. S. L., machinist, Santa Fe; res. 202 east Hazeldlne avenue. Cavanaugh. Arthur W.. traveling salesman, rea 321 north Fourth street. Cecchlnl. V.. prop. Alvarado shoe store, res. 109 west Railroad ave nue. Center. George, employe American Lumber Co., rea Los Duranes. Central Drug Store (8. Vann 4 Son. props), corner Gold avenue and Second street. Central Grocery and Saloon, 128 east TIJcras avenue. Cervantes, David M., barber, res. rear postofflce. Old Town. Chacon, Edward, clerk, A. Faber, res. 1124 south Third street. Chacon, Mrs. Lucia W. (widow), rea 1124 south Third street. Chacon, Peter, clerk, Fasjer Furni ture Co., res. 1124 south Third street Chadbourne, M. O.. mgr. Albuquer que Traction Co., rea 616 Kelehcr street. Chadwlck, Charles (Charles Chad- wlck & Co.), rea 108 west Gold avenue. Chadwlck, Charles Co.. sheep com mission broker,1 108 west Gold ave nue. Chadwlck. Will W. (Charles Chad wick & Co.), res. 108 west Gold avenue. Chaffee. M. N.. prop, fruit store, rea 207 east Kailroad avenue. Chamberlln, Dr. L. II., dentist, room 2 Cromwell block; rea 1026 west Kailroad avenue. Chambers. C. It., trainman Santa Fe Ky., res. Highland rooming house. Chambers, S. L., res. 618 south Broad way. Champion. George W., head salepmnn for A. Faber, res. 413 south Arno street. Chnnrplon Grocery Co. (Matteuccl Uros., props), 622-624 west Tijeras avenue. Chandler, Alfred I, passenger con ductor, res. 614 south Arno street. Chaplin, William, prop, shoe store, 121 west Hallroad avenue; res. 32$ north Fourth street. Chapman. Kdward P.. baggageman Santa Fe Ity., rea south Third street. Charles, Prof. J. A., music teacher, rea room 8. Whiting block. Chauvln, Adclord, painter and deco rator, 710 west Kailroad avenue; res. same. Chaves, Adam, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 1100 Uarelas road. Chaves, Adolfo, employe American Lumber Co., res. Fifteenth street and Koma avenue. Chaves, Adolfo, grocer, 14 26 south Second street; res. same. Chaves, Alessandro. employe Santa he shops, res. 1511 Uarelas road. Chaves, Alfred V., pressman, res 421 west Pacific avenue. Chaves, Ammln, land titles, room 3 First National Hank bldg.; res 1109 Kent avenue. (.'haves. Antonio, employe Albuquer que Milling Co.. res. 1317 south Third street. Chaves. Antonio. clerk, Graham Uros.. res. 1323 Harems road. Chaves, Antonio S., employe Santa re shops, res. 304 west Cronjwe.il avenue. Chaves, Mrs. Atllaso (widow), res. 312 north First street. Chaves, Miss Aurora, employe Im perial laundry, res. 807 I'arelas road. Chaves, Candido, res 1514 south Third street. Chaves. Carlos, truckman A . T. & S F.. res. 315 north Soventh street. Chaves. Caslmero, employe American Lumber Co., res. 1511 liarelaa road. Chaves. Miss Clementine, clerk Well- ler & Henjamln, res. 1511 sout.i First street. Chaves, David, laborer, res. 1511 south First street. Chaves, Miss Delia, milliner. 210 south Second street; rea 1105 north Twelfth street Chaves. Dennis, rodman city engi neer's office, res. 1611 south First street. Chaves, Devcrato, employe Santa, F shops, res. 441 west Pacific ave nue. Chaves, Fduardo, grocer, 905 south Second street; res. same. Chaves, Eliseo C. employe Ameri can Lumber Co., rea 1423 south Second street. Chaves, E. C, employe American Lumber Co., rea 1423 south Second street. Chaves, Emello. employe American Lumber Co., rea Los Duranes. Chavea Mrs. Emilia (widow), re 1102 south Third ittreet. j Chaves, E. V attorney at law, room 8, Grant block; rea. 215 north Seventh street. Chavea Mrs. Evan (widow), res. 302 west Bridge street Chaves. Felipe, blacksmith. J. Kor- ber & Co., rea 1102 south Second street Chaves, Fllomeno, laborer, res. 1.18' south Broadway. Chaves, Frank A., bookkeeper, rsa 1508 south Third street Chavea Fred, employe Americas Lumber Co., res. 1310 west Mar ble avenue. Chaves. Fred F., prop, grocery store, res. 14 30 south SeconH street Chaves, Francisco, laborer, rea 1332 East street. Chaves, Guillermo, meat market, res. 1406 south Second street Chaves. Gulverno, employe American Lumber Co., rts. Fourth street and Tijeras avenue. Chaves, II., employe A., T. & S. F.; res. Old Town. Chaves, H?nry, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 131S south Third street. Chaves, J.. laborer, res. 1013 north First street. Chaves, Jacob, employe St urges ho tel, res. Ios Angelea rooming house. Chaves, J. A . employe American Lumber Co., res. 1514 Vi south Sec ond street Chaves. Jose, employe Santa Fe shops, res. 1210 Barelas road. Chaves, Jose, butcher A. tk P. mar ket, res. 1413 Barelas road. Chaves, Jose A., machinist appren tice Santa Fe shops, res. 1406 south Third street. Directory 1907 below, fill out blank above The livening Citizen. r Chaves, Joso B.. employe American i.umoer fo.,-res. 1425 south Third street. Chaves, Jose E road. res. 1511 Barelas Chaves. Jose F., res. 1512 south Sec ond street. Chaves, Juan, laborer. res. 1513 soutn first street. Chavea Juan Jose, laborer, res. 161414 south Second street Chaves, Juan N., employe Stern. .-M-nios re 'o., rea 6U4 west Iron avenue. Chaves, Julian. helper Santa Fe shops, rea 1102 south Second street. Chaves, Ievrlda. employe Alvarado lnundry, rea 1419 south First street. Chaves, lAirenzo. emnlnvn American Lumber Co., res. 604 north Arno si reel. Chaves, Manuel, fireman Santa Fe Ky rea 1404 out Second street Chaves, Mariano (.'.. clerk F. F. Cha ves grocery, res. 1430 south Second street. Chaves, Miss Maria, laundry woman, rea 608 west Iron avenue. Chaves, Mrs. Marie (widow), domes tic rmm 1 7 ,rh TU n I,.. . . I ........ , . Ullll dii otii. 'Chaves. Martin, truckman A. T. & 3. r . lty., res. south Broadway. Chaves, Martinez, employe American Lumber Co., res. 1313 Mtrblo ave nue. Chavea Meliton. clerk First National Dank, rea 608 west Silver nvennn Chaves. Meterlo, employe Santa F nops. res. 1724 Bare as rosd. Chaves, Miguel, laborer, rea 723 ;ast street. Chaves, Mosaia employe American l-umner Co.. rea 1611 Unreins riuil Chaves, Nelquades, helper Santa Fe Doner shops, res. 428 wost Pacific avenue. Chaves, Nestor, laborer, res. 729 East street. Chaves, Nicodemus, helper Santa Fe mac nine shops, res. 428 west Pa cific avenue. Chaves, oliglo, employe ' American Lumber Co.. rea Bridge street. Chaves, Pin, driver Springer Trans- Ter Co., res. 600 Pac lie avenue. Chaves, Santa Cruz, laborer, rea 1426 south First street. Chaves. Santiago, helper .'Santa Fe round house, res. 423 west Pacific avenue. Chaves, Sarah, employe Imperial launury. res. lots John street. Chaves, Mrs. Sernflna (widow), res, 1322 south Second street Chaves, Tim, laborer, res. 1013 north First street. Chaves, Trinidad, helper Santa Fe machine shops, res. 1401 south Sec ond street. Chaves, Vlncente, employe Albuquer que foundry, rea 1514 south Edith street. Chaves, Victor, domestic, 624 west Tijeras avenue: res. same. Chaves, Mrs. Virginia (widow), roa 4 21 west Pacific avenue. Chavlda, Jose, carpenter, res. 1397 inirelas road. Chavlda. Juan, employe Hahn's coal yard, res. 1399 Barelas road. Chavlda, Manuel, clerk. res. 1397 Barelas road. Cheek, Charles, clerk Savoy hotel. res. same. Chess, Mrs. Florence (widow), rea 124 south Edith street. Chlbera. Juan, yard helper W. If. Hahn & Co., rea 1399 south Fifth street. miners. Miss Gladys, res. corner Kailroad avenue and Twelfth street. Chllders. Wm. I!., attorney at law. office 117 west Gold avenue; res. Kailroad avenue and Twelfth street. Chonte, J. P., cigarmuker. res. 115 north Hill street. Chrlsman. Tracy, carpenter, rea 307 south Eilith street. Christens T.. res. 619 south High street. Christiansen, Chris., tailor, E. B. Booth, res. 315 north Arno street. Christian Science Hearting Kooni, room 2b Grant block. Church. ItoKwell E.. machinist Santa re shops, res. 724 south Broad way. Clsneroa Juan, employe American J.umljer 'o., res. 1406 south Sec ond street. City Fire Department (A. C. Burtless, enter), aus north Second street Clancy, Albert, student, res. 911 west Copper avenue. Clancy, Frank W., attorney at law. 116 south Fourth street; res. 911 west Copper avenue. Clarion. A., transfer, res. 710 west Tijeras avenue. Clark, Mra Catherine, rea 916 south Broad wuy. Clark, Mra Charles, res. 1001 north Second street Clark, Mra C. C. (widow), res. 916 south Broadway. Clark, George P., clerk, master me chanic's office; res. 1001 north Second street Clark, Henry, janitor first ward school, res. 824 south Arno street. Clark, Jeanette, employe Hubbs laun dry, rea 319 south First street. Clark, Jessie , clerk Faber Furni ture Co., rea B15 south Walter st reet. Clark, Leveret t M , employe Bunk of Commerce, rsa sunt. Clark, William I)., locomotive engi neer, rea 787 sooth Edith street. Clarke, Henry D., apprentice Santa e tin shop, res. 409 west Iron avenue. Clarke, Howard, clerk. Ilenhatn In dian Trading Co., res. 609 we.it Koma aveuue. Clarke, Miss Jesne P., elerk. postof- nee; rea 499 west Iron avenuo. Clarke, John, machinist Han la Fe shops, rea 409 west Iron avenue. Clarke, John Lee, mgr. Benham In dian Trading Co., rea. 699 wet Koma avenue. Clarke. Samuel, employs State Na tional bank, rea 617 south Third street Clarkvllle Coal Co. (J. a Beavon, mgr), 60 J south First street Clay. Charles II., employs Zelger's cafe, rea 114 west Gold avenue. Claypool, Miss Daisy, trained nurse, res. 216 north High street Clayton, Dr. Edmund M., physician, rooms 21-22 Harnett bldg., rea 416 west Gold avenue. Clayton, Wm. D., secretary Kotall Merchants association, res. 704 south Walter street Cleghorn. Alexander C, muchinlst Santa Fe shops, rea 331 Vi west Kailroad avenue. Cleghorn, John, employe Santa Fe (nice, res. 321 west itailroad avenue. Cleghorn, Mrs. John. prop. Golden Kule rooming house, 321 west Itailroad avenue; rea same. Cleland, A. W., capitalist, res. Com mercial club building. Celland. Mra F. W.. res. 115 west iron avenue. ( Continued Tomorrow.) are right All Kinds Commercial Printing Haying Added Large Invoices of New Type Faces and Latest Styles of Papers, We Can Please You AH Kinds of Pamphlet ELVEMIMG C . . . PUBLISHED BY . . . The Citizen Publishing Co. Albuquerque, New Mexico New Mexico's Leading Afternoon Newspaper AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE EVEN ING CITIZEN WILL REACH MORE READERS IN THE SOUTHWEST THAN ANY OTHER NEWSPAPER. OUR BIG CIRCULATION COUNTS. J. D. Eakla. President. Q. Oloml, Vies President. 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