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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN
rr.r nr;iiT niritsnw. apkm. Mf. 1 314 WEST RA1LR0APAYE.JV A Spring Tonic tYoaf IJIJja.Ll.im II Of C. N. BRIGHAM 3 118-120 S. 2nd. Our Leaders The Celebrated Richelieu Coffees Packages, 2So and lie par lb. 1 lb. tins, 4So. Capitol I -lb. bucket with premium, 11 ag Something unique nothing Bulk coffee, 10c to 40a, GEO. W TTICKOX HICKOX-MAYNARD CO. NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS iIBM'C!8ilMM?PMM'M!!g'! Send in Your Watches for Repairs THH ARCH rRONT THE WAGNER Plumbers 32 1-323 Alaska Refrigerators Our Line of Refrig erators is the most H complete in the city Water Coolers i q ..,. , w Savin ' r2f?rbrmr Cream I SffeSS I Freezers I JL 1" J Daven- ' Filters Just Arrived A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers, Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest E D.HEoedv Wrre .. r jmi rctr tratfe anil iu:n,-. n4 We say VERITT E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY ill KUmkM3LAtMiJ'i.mIBmU tur ciiilsltclj iluiiit Uw stiors nrc so light Hmt flexible. w fcinisKli on I In- IlLsille mill slicll IH'TflVt fltlT. ilml llicj make walking a iteaiirc. Mini tint additional satisfaction l It now I nu Ilml you have- llio latest and ll in footwear give I ccr- lliinii do. Men' Patent foil Oxford- S.1.00 lo MW Men Vicl KI1 Oxford $2.50 to $:.."i0 Women's PaU'lit Kill Oxfords. . . . $2.50 to s:t.r, Women V VU'I KM Oxford . . . . ii sxr.n Women's Gun Mrlnl Oxfortls 2..'o to $:i.ro Women Canvas" Oxford Sl.rU to S2.0II Headquarters for Coffee I l-lb. tins, 1 5c. I S-lb .tins. 11.00. Coffee Oolden Gate coffee l-lb. tins, 40c. 2-lb. tins, SOc. like It In the city. Try a can. T. T. MAVNARD SOOTH SECOND ST. HARDWARE GO. W.R.R.Ave. Tinners THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. ;iwt (. rfu. w mm oi. eai I'tiuttina Hals $$.ot to $$.uj to you Buy 'em to fit. Get style, too. Shop, shop here with us. We've the proot. Of what? Good clothes. Stein-Bloch's. Suits $18.00 to $30.00. Other good suits $9 to $16.50 LOCAL AND PERSONAL u i:nirit ixmi'cvsr. I i 1 1 v i Colo.. April 1T1.-- Pair in ",nhl ilml Friday, except ruin or snow In northeast portion tonight; Manner i rust portion Friday. Tltl AltltlVM.S. So 2 -4 : 4 T. p. m No. x 7:30 p. in No. 4 3:3." a. m No. I First section, 'i p. in.; ?w onil section, 9:0 p in No. 7 On time. No. !--(lti time t'ol. W. S. MopeWlil ellt es'er- day In Santa Pp. i'i. 1. Anderson, of S in Mm ial. V.l.v line last night. .1 11. M.miv, of Crystal. V M . mm I in iin' ill esieioa. j Ijcnn V. Mook iirrlvi-il Inn this morning rrotn 1.1 1'aso. Attorney Hanna. of H;inUt !. .i In Albuquerque last night. I C. 11. M. Millspaugh, of PI Paso, spent last evening In the city. 1 I'ryun Harris, or Mclntomi. N. .M Pnt yt'Ktercluy In Alliiiquerriup, Attorney ("harli-s V. Kasloy. of San ta Pi', was in the city yesterday. IJ. ('. Spmplp, of Kl Paso, arrived hire last nliflit. nml Ih at the Alvnr- ado. F. ('. o'ltrlen. a resident of San 1'edro. was here yesterilay on linni ness. Letter Carrier X. i'. Mel 'rlimnmi has returned from a visit to Santa Fe. The F's are bclr.,1 published today. If your name beKins with P, see If It Is In the list. ft. I.. Stearnes. a business man from Richmond. Va.. arrived in the city this mornlnif. j I'ol. Jerry Lehea, district attorney of t'olfax county, with ofllees at Itn- I ton. arrived here last night. Mr. F. I.. Murphy, the local hide and wool buyer, left last nlicht for lallup and Vinslow on business. ! J. M. Abbott, of Yuma, Colo., and Alva Abbott, of Hurke, Colo., came to the city lust nlht and are at Sturges. Walter Connell. of the linn of HunhiK & Connell, of I.os l.unas, transacted business In the city yester duy. Oepuiy I'nited States Marshal Ewers returned to the city this morn I11K from attending court at Koswell and Alamogordo. J. H. Moore, who has a large trad ing store at Crystal, N. M., is In the city transacting business with local wholesale merchants. W. W. AV'llhlte. who recently re signed as cashier at the Alvarado, was in Santa Fo yesterday repre senting The tlreat Southwest Maga zine. Mrs. C. K. Ijowber and daughter, left this morning for New York City and Delaware, where they will spend the summer with Mrs. Iowber's par ents. John C. Spears, coal Inspector for the. Santa Pe at Gallup, and one of the stalwart republicans of McKinley county, spent yesterday in the city. Attorney General and Mrs. W. C. Reid left Santa Fe today for Koswell, where they will again make their home. They have already packed and shipped their household goods. Mrs. Henry Dlegoldt. of Santa Rosa, N. M., is the guest of her son-in-law, George Dlegoldt, of 606 South Walter street. Mrs. Dlegoldt expects to re main in the city about a week. Kev. Father P. J. Pelzer, pastor of the Catholic church of San Marcial, passed through Albuquerque today on his way to Nieuwenhagen, Holland, where he will remain on six months' vacation. Capt. V. E. Dame returned yester day from .New York city, the head quarters of the Collma Lumber com pany, of which he is Mexico man- uger. He expects to continue his Journey toward Mexico tonight. Important meeting of Brotherhood of St. Paul will be held tonight at First Methodist church. . Election of officers and Initiation, musical pro gram and refreshments. Ail brothers urged to attend. P. M. McCallum, president. Fire Marshal Hurtles, wandered into police court this morning, and looking around, asked. "Whafa do ing'."' "Nothing," answered Chief of Police McMillln. "Any llres lately?' queried Police Judge Craig. "The only tire that I know of is In that stove,' answered Chief Uurtless, as he walked out of the door. The Albuquerque Missionary union will hold its semi-annual meeting and tea in the parlor of the Lead I avenue Methodist church tomorrow ! afternoon, April 26, commencing at .:30. A cordlul Invitation is extend ed to all. Come and have a good time. An excellent program and re freshments are all free. According to a rumor reported to the Geronlmo club, Martin Kyan, the manager of the base ball department of the club. Is preparing to become a benedict, after many years of bache lorhood. The club intends giving a banquet to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kyan after the event Is celebrated. Mar tin, himself, is non-committal. C. 11. Olmstead, a relative of Hi ram David Olmstead, who died at San Diego, last week, and whose body va taken from u train here last Sunday night, arrived here last night and he will take the body to ut tuinwa. III., for burial. Miss Eliza beth Hall, the woman who brought the body here, and who was taken to 7) I hp Santa Fe hospital f"r treatment. Is Improving. K. (. Fulknrr. superintendent of the timber and tie department of the Santa Fe. I upending a few days In I he city, directing the movements of a surveying corps that Is running lines on the Kite of the new tie pi( k Hn plant south of the city. Mr. Pulkner snys that the erection of the new pU kllng plant will begin Immedi ately. A runaway oci urriil on South Wal ter street yesterday afternoon that inlirhl have resulted seriously for three persons Mrs. L. M. I'e and Mr. anil Mrs. Want, of Springfield. Ml., who are in the city visiting friends. All three were thrown to the ground, but fortunately all es caped with a few bruise" and scratches and a bad frigltl WHEFLER STOPS STEER-TYING HUES! Captain of Rangers Notifies Managers of Exhioltlon That Game Is Unlawful. Willi the action taken by Hanger Captain Hurry Wheeler Sunday, at Don Luis, In preventing an exhibition In which steers were to have been roped and tied, and "Nlgircr" Pickett was billed to throw a steer with his teelh. the end of cruelly to animals in Arizona, whether In an exhibition or otherwise, was marked, the last and most thrilling of wild west feats has received a quietus and the only vestige now left of the life on the plains, now remains In the simple and monotonous stunt of the cow puncher who may continue to mount the hur ricane deck of the untamed "brotich" and be Jolted to his heart's content, says the Douglas International-American. The twenty-fourth legislature said that cruelty to animals In the guise of feats of skill and exhibitions must stop; Captain Harry Wheeler second ed the enactment of the law, and so far as known, Sunday, April 13, was the tirst time In the history of this territory that cowboy sport was pre emptoiily called to a hall under threat of Imprisonment. For the imst three weeks O. C. Na tions and Clay Mcl Jonlgali, both fa mous throughout the west as steer tieers and broncho busters, have been conducting weekly exhibitions of their ability .and as a side line "Nigger" Pickett, of Texas .a black cowboy, has been throwing a steer by catching the animal's lip between his teeth after mounting the running steer from the back of a licet pony, and throwing the beast. To the morbid this has proven a most interesting feat and crowds have gathered ex pressly to see this part of the per formance. There will be no more of it wherever there Is an Arizona ran ger, or for that matter, any other olllcer of the law who Is conversant with the latest statute covering this feature of exhibitions. Sunday's was the second exhibition scheduled to bo conducted for the edification of the Hisbee public, the first having been conducted without interruption. The management of the affair of fered no resistance to the orders of the officer of the law. .but substituted Instead of the steer tlelng and the "nigger" steer contest, a whole lot of rough riding which seemed to catch the crowd and to appease them. The officers would not even permit the riders to throw a rope about the cattle that they had secured for the occasion, but owing to the foresight of the management a large number of unbroken bronchos were on hand and the exhibition that followed was suf ficient to satisfy the crowd that had gathered. ;,.. it you want anything on earth, you can get it through the want columns of The Evening Citizen. We get re sults. o "My child was burned terribly about the face, neck and chest. 1 applied Dr. ThoniHs' Electric Gil Tlie pain ceased and the child sank Into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Hanson, Hamburg, X. Y. o WANTED Good men. with clean records, as agents for the Colorado National Life Assurance Company. Liberal contracts and good terri tory in New Mexico and Arizona open. Prewitt & Prewltt, Mana gers, C.immerclhl Club building. IT-.irS tAH)D, COI,l lM)T IlEE AT WALTON'S Dltl'G STOKE, o Are you looking for something out of tho ordinary run of low shoes somethmg quaint and dainty? We have Just received a women's patent kid, colonial oxford, with high Cuban heels, hand-turned soles, a big ribbon bow and one button and strap over the instep, which we are sure will please you Price $3. no. C. May' Shoe Store. 314 West Railroad avc nue n llOliKKKPF.U WANTED. 'ompeteiit bookkeeper wanted to take charge of office of large mercantile concern. Address "A. 1!. in care Evening Gitizen. in own handwriting, giving refer- a ences and salary expected. THE COMlltAIM) NATIONAL l.iri: ASSl'HANl'K SOCIETY. An old line Insurance company with ample capital, vigorous, solid, conservative, progressive, writes lib eral contracts of insurance and in vestment. Prewitt & Prewltt, Man ugers, Commercial Club building. WANTED Position as Job composi tor in good office. First cluss man, Don t drink and can give best of references. Man of family. Would rrefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray. Morgan City, im. oiaie salary when writing. Jflpl R.R TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLD ANO EXCHANGED At$elstlon Off let Trdataetlon loororiooooooooooooot mmmmmmam HIGHLAND HEAT ; t MARKET Native and OSf MlM Kansas City M Meat rWllipl Spring Lamb. a 81 I HERMAN ZWEIGART 8 PROPRIETOR 8 I g Arno & Coal Phone 185 1 1 OOOOOOOOOOOOCOOOCXXiOOOOOO 82 115-117 1 Mardlwaire RfJercfoainits I STOVES, RANGES, ENAMELED KITCHEN WARE, KOSTLAN WASHING MACHINES I -SADDLERY - - - HARNESS Celebrated H McCormick Mowers and Acme Steel Mowers, Rakes and Harvesting Machinery 0 ft o 49 Lightest Running, Strongest, Wear Longer, Cost - - - Less for Repairs - - - it Jo I, A09. North rirt0trt Home Occidental Copyright 1907 by Hart Schaffner Marx The Railroad NORTH FIRST STREET Between Railroad and Coppw Ave, AGENTS FOR Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery John Deere Plows and Implements Repairs Wholesale Distributors Not Made by the Trust FULLY WARRANTED Write Por Prices Insurance the Best WH CANNOT refrain from again saying something about Home In surance. Every time that the proposition presentj Itself of tha tremendoua amount of money that la being sent out of New Mexico and Arirona for life insurance to eastern cities, the con viction cornea noma with Increased force that a home company ought to be patronized and the money remain In the West. The revelation! of tha paat year of the way the enormoua aurplua of the big Eastern companies has been handled and speculated with ought to emphasize the fact that tha people of the West should atop pouring their money Into Eastern channela when It can ba placed In home Insurance, and every dollar of It kept and Invested at home. It la gratifying to nota that homa Insurance la year by year receiving more and mora Ita Just deaerta. Statistics show that during the past year homa companies far exceeded foreign companlea In the amount of bual neaa written. Why cannot thla aamo record be made here? It can If every Individual who takea out a policy tha coming year will carefully weigh tha proposition of tha valua It la to keep hla Insurance at home be fore ha puta hia name to the application of any Insurance company. The Occidental Ufa Insurance Company of New Mexico and Arizona la owned and controlled by the leading business men of tha two terri tories, and offers eiceptlonal opportunities to ambitious and capable man and women to aell Ita policies. rfa1SllM:e'?liJEJH' Address Home Office, Life Insurance HIGH TONEOl CLOTHES Vou'M find the Hart RcliaiTner V Marx dollies In oar Htore; m Khm1 nn cvlitcnw of oar gwMt quality as you ran axL. All-wool, correct tyl prr feci tailoring anil a M mr aiilooil ....... The same standanl of nil tliiimgli the Wore. ., No Freaks-No Fads Best of all-Moderatery Priced - - $20 to $28 Your tailor would want $l! mora for any of tlHn. Also Nice Suius at $10 to $15 Itoys' black suiL-t for otrnfir iiiatlou. ( all anil ww thnm. We also liuve all tlio fixings wMnh mil 11 rally go with Roraf rintltnt for man or boy. Avenue Clothier Tel. 74 Winona Wagons 6 O O O O O O 0 Albuquerque. Net Mexico 0 Il Company j 119 West Gold 122 South Second 9 ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. ill Cusrsatiio ROSEKFIEIO'S, 1 18 W. R. R. Ave.