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Till PAY, MAY 31, 1007.
ALErqraiQl'E EVENING CITIZEN. page rtrm ERS FOR SUNDAY Large Variety of Spring Veg etables and Fruits-Fish and Meat !n Abundance. "I'm nut the only broiler In town this week," remarked the spring thicken, who was crowded In a small coop outside the City market on Cen tral avenue. "There are others. Quite a lively bunch, too, they Fay that Fl.her opera troupe. "What Is my age? I don't mind telling that, even at the risk of being called a romancer. I was born on the 4th of March, 1907, on a farm in dear old Kansas. My mother was a lady at least the old hen that hatch ed me was she Is a thoroughbred Plymouth Hock and has the egg rec ord fur l'.ttij In the slate of Kansas. I feel all the affection of a son for that venerable fowl who tlrst taught me to scratch for a living. "I know positively that I am not an incubator chick. I can spot one of that breed as far as I can see him. They are a tough lot, which Is only natural since they must make shift in the world without the benefit of a mother's kind training. 1 am In clined to believe that the reputation for toughness that we spring chick ens have is due, not only to some old hens who conceal their correct age and pose as being younger than they really are, but to the Incubator chick. "No doubt incubators are all right In their way, but so Is an orphan uy lum. In this age such Institutions are more or less of a necessity, but the time will come oh, yes, the time will surely come when every chicken will enjoy the advantage of home training. "On my way here I read a funny yarn In the newspaper It was on the train and the paper was spread on Uie bottom of the crate in which 1 was shipped. The story said a bunch of incubator chicks were hatched and the weather was so cold that they got disgusted and crawled back into their shells. That's only a mild sample of - the w lerd tales concocted about us, but hasn't this been 'a corker of a spring season? "Why, even back In Kansas the weather has been so cold that every farmer's wife in the state has con verted her kitchen Into a chicken hospital. "No, I never laid an egg. I'm not that kind of bird; and besides, if 1 was 1 wouldn't be old 'enough. Speak ing of eggs, 1 wonder why they are always broke. I never heard of an egg yet that was not broke some time or another. They must be a prof ligate lot and I can t understand why they are tolerated In a respectable community at least some eggs. "I asked an egg the other day how- he felt, and what do you suppose was the answer? It said, 'Hotten.' That egg ought to be excommunicated. "Crops are good this year at least I have nothing to complain of about my crop. The supply of corn Is good and you see I am fat. I m a corn-fed fowl and feel fine. I never had the chicken pox, pink eye or spavins, and I didn't come to New Mexico for my health. "I know my days are numbered, yet It's a consolation to know that only the good ale young, i Know my death will make others happy and I am resigned to my fate.' I reflect with martyr joy that my drum-stick will be clinched In some chubby fist and my tender ttesh enter upon a glorious apotheosis, a human reincar nation. A large variety of spring vegetables await the selection of the housewife in the markets this week. The wet weather has had Its good effect on native garden truck and the product is of unusually excellent quality. Prices are a trifle lower than last week. ' Vegetables. Wax beans, IT1, 4c; old potatoes, 3c; new potatoes, 5c; cucumbers, T'ic; tomatoes, iuc; peas, lUtsr; spinach, 7c; lettuce, 2'c; cabbage, 6 14 c; new onions, 2'Ac, dry onions, 6c; rhubarb, 7c; a-sparagus. 5c a bunch; caulltlower, 15c to 20c; new beets, two bunches, 15c; carrot two bunches, 15c; turnips, two bunches, lac; green beans, 15c. Fruits. Oranges, 30c and up bananas, 40c; apples, 10c; strawber rles, 12 '4c; blackberries, 12Vc; cher ries, Sac; grapefruit, 10c each; 1cm on., 30e; Ixigan berries, 20c a basket. Fish. Hed snapper, 15c; sea V;ts, 15c; salmon, 25c; barrlcuda. loc; frogs' legs, 25c; yellowtall, 15c. Meat. Beef, 8c to 20c; pork, 15c to 20c; veal, 10c to 20c; mutton, ttc to 17 He; spring lamb, 75c, one side ham, 15c to lite; sausage, to 15c; spring chicken, dressed 3jc; spring chicken, alive, 32c; turkey. 24 c. I-iKTTltK, t'l't'l'M IlKltS, ltl- IsHKS. OMONS. CAl I.IEI) EIC AM'AltAt.lH, tHKSS, MINT, WAY AMI l.ltlEN HEWS, MjIA.SH UEETS. Tl ltMI'S, TOMATOES. MONARCH (,U(K'i:ilY CO. M Y YOVlt It'K CREAM AMI t'AMlV AT WJFFS, CORN Fit FOURTH AM RAILROAD, AM .H l- JlOJi.1, I.OriKX's (ilARANTEED PI' R IS ICE CREAM AT VAXX'S. ' UPHOLSTERING I Expert From Eastern Factories! ! Reyff .& $216 N. Second 900 SOLDIERS PASS10FF1CERS OF NATIONAL THROUGH CITY TODAY Members of 26th Infantry En route From Fort Sam Hous ton to the Philippines. Nine hundred members of the Twenty-sixth United States Infantry, en route to the Philippines from Fort Sam Houston, Texas, were In Albu- lUeruue for two hours this afternoon. The men arrived In three special trains of ten cars e;ich. During the stay here the boys In khaki wandered around the business streets, or took car rides to old town and Barelas and the lumber mill, and other points of Interest. The regiment was in command of Maj. C. J. T. Clark, commandant of the Second battalion. The members of the Second battalion, the headquar ters and regimental band were on. the first train. After eating lunch at the Alvarado the band gathered In front of the hotel and played various mar tial airs, drawing applause from the crowd which gathered. The First battalion was on the sec ond special, which arrived five min utes after the first, with Maj. K. K. Hatch in command. The Third bat talion on the third train arrived here at 12:25 o'clock and was in charge of Maj. 11. 1.. Hoberts. Major Hoberts said that about twenty years ago, while a lieutenant, he was stationed at the army post Old Albuquerque, during the period when army posts were situated about seventy-five miles apart In this terri tory. "We are en route to the Presidio, ot San Francisco, from which place we board a transport on June 5, sail ing for the Philippines, where we will relieve the Ninth Infantry," said Ma jor Clark. "The Ninth will sail for the Lnlted (States Immediately upon our arrival, and they will relieve us at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. . "Colonel ltrown is on leave of ab sence and he will join the regiment In Manila. We left San Antonio Tues day afternoon, during a rain storm, and during our trip through Texas, Indian territory, Kansas and Colo rado, It rained Incessantly. After we passed the Htiton mountains the weather became balmy." The soldiers were in good spirits, all anxious to reach Manila. A num ber of them have seen service in the orient before, while others are on their first trip from the land of their birth. Because of the fact that many sol diers attempt to desert when ordered to the Insular possessions, each car was guarded by four sentries, armed with the regulation army musket. When told about several of the Fifth cavalry deserting recently, Ma jor Hatch said: "The men are feeling fine, and are treated well. Nearly all of them have seen swrvlce before, and I fePl safe In saying that none of them have any Intentions of deserting When the regiment was ordered to prepare for foreign service, a num ber of the short enlistment men ex pressed a willingness to be trans ferred to regTments which did not have to leave the country. Their re quests were granted. All of the boys have had opportunity to stay in the United States, but they unanimously chose the Islands." FIRE DEPARTMENT IS ON THE MOVE Fifteen men under the supervision of Martin Tlerney, street commls sioner, were put to work this morn ing jacking up the fire department building, preparatory to its being removed to First street and Grand avenue, the new fire headquarters. "We would have started on this work several days ago," said Tlernt-y, "but the rain hindered us. We have the office already moved, and It won't take long to have the tire building moved. At present the fire headquarters is located in Springers barn, on West Tijeras avenue. ONLY A DRUNK, BUI HE FOREEITED $5 Andreas Baca, arrested by Officers Kennedy and Knapp yesterday even ing, while in an intoxicated condition, and who was afterwards released on 15 bond, forfeiteil the bond by his non-appearance in police court this morning. "Well, outside of that case. I guess we have nothln' doin'," said Judge Craig. "I was In hopes that the old police court room would die hard, with a pretty big docket," spoke up Chief of Police McMillln. The room used for a police court by the city has been occupied by the local authorities eleven years, and for a number of yeiirs before that was occupied by the Bernalillo couu IV officers. AT WALTON'S Dni' STORK ITIF'S ;OOD. IOI.1) ROOT BEEJf Dowdell Phone 878 GUARD WILL BF Colonel Borradalle and Lieut. Col. Van Patten to Quit Be cause of Age Limit. General order No. 7. Issued by Governor J. W. Reynolds, commander in chief of the New Mexico national guards, has a number of announce ments that are of interest to resi dents of Albuquerque. Col. John Borradaile, First regi ment, wil retire tomorrow with the rank of brigadier general, after twenty years of continuous service In the national guards, during which time he has held commissions from lieutenant up to colonel. Colonel Borradalle commanded a company of men In the 'fcfl'g in and about Albu querque against marauding bands of Indians, and for meritorious conduct promotions came steadily. When the Spanish-American war broke out Colonel Borradaile raised company K, hirst territorial volunteer Infantry, of which he was captain. Lieut. Col. K. Van Patten, second In command of the First regiment, will also be placed on the retired list tomorrow, with the rank of colonel. Colonel Van Patten hag been In the service of the territory many years. during which he has seen much act ive service. Before coming to New Mexico he served throughout the civil war. Today Colonel Borradaile and Col onel Van Patten' are the oldest offi cers In the national guard. In point of service In New lexlco. Capt. Henry W. Ruffner, chaplain of the First regiment, will also be re tired tomorrow on account of physi cal disability. Until successors to Colonel Borra daile and Lieutenant Colonel Van Patten are chosen by the governor. Maj. O. G. Myhre will have command of the regiment. The order is countersigned by Adj. Gen. A. P. Tarkington. JEWELER EOl Nl DEAD IN HIS RED IftlltttttltTltti Silver City, N. M., May 31. 4 It. P. Hennemen. a Jeweler, who e 4 arrived In this city a few days 4 e ago to work for a local Jeweler, 4 was found dead in his room at 4 the Broadway hotel. He Is 4 4 thought to have died from heart 4 4 disease. 4 Mtitntiitum H.H.WILHITE WILL TAKE OVER SEABURG HOTEL AT JAM Proposes to Give Gate City First Class Hostelry-Begins Alanagement June 15. H. H. Wllhlte. recently cashier of the Alvarado hotel, has taken a lease on the Seaberg hotel at Baton,, and will take active charge of the place on June 15th. Mr. Wilhite will have associated with him H. D. Moulton, recently of Washington. I). C. "The Seaberg hotel Is a house of seventy-five rooms and Is the largest nosieiry in Itaton. said Mr. Wilhite, who Is In the city straightening un his affairs previous to moving to the i.ate my with a view of remaining. Itaton is growing and 1 believe that there Is demand there for a hotel of the first class, which we expect to mane tne seatierg. While Mr. Moul ton s financially Interested In the business, the management of the ho tel business will be directly under me." Mr. Wilhite has hail four years training In the hotel business with the world renown Fred Harvey system of noteis. and previous to going with Fred Harvey, held a clerkship In the wen Known Baltimore hotel of Kan sas City, and there is no question but that he will make the Seaberg the equal of any hotel In the southwest. His many Albuquerque friends wish him success. Mr. Moulton is also In the city to day. YOUNG COUPLE UNITED IN WEDLOCK At the home of the bride's mother Mrs. L. S. Watson. 6 3 T. South Arno street. Miss Alma Watson was united In matrimony with J. T. Horton at r:ji o cioi k last nignt. t he cere mony was performed hv Rev. H. H. Hammond anil about twenty friends and relatives of the nrlde and groom were present. The newly married couple will reside in this city at M1 South Arno street, and will receive friends after July 1. The groom was In business In South Carolina before he came to Albuquerque three years ago. The bride has been a teacher In the public schools. KURTZ DECLINES TO TALK OHIO POLITICS J. L. Kurtz, or Columbus, Ohio, a well know j i mining man. who has in vestments In smiif of the best initio of Mexico aiol a prominent ixditidan of the Buckeye Mate, arrived in A buquerque this morning from E Paso, meeting hi wife and daughter here. They are registered at the Al varado. "I have nothing to ay in regard t Ohio or national polities," said Mr Kurtz this morning. "I am here to meet my wife ami daughter and tu get a little rest. Everything Is pro gressing nnely in Mexico, and imlh lug unusual has taken place in the mines recently. 1 have been away much Ohio so long that I don't know musch or care to ay anything about the situation there in regards to the next presidential race." Mr. Kurtz was a delegate to the na. tiontl republican convention in St. Louis In 18t. which nominated Will lam McKinley, then ex-governor of hlo, as the candidate of the repub licans for president. The Kurtz will stay here several day. J. F. I'I.MI It. nitsT AMI MAItQt'KTTK. KYKItYTIIINU hilt THE TAItl.fC IN ItEVr QIAIJ'IY AMI UEST I'llKK, l(atii-' soft sole shces ond slir !-r in any color b'J( a pair at '. May's fihve Ht'.rc. 314 West Kallrnad DRUNKEN MAN DIES i II CIO Death Bed Scene One Arouse the Greatest Sympathy. to Kl Paso. Texas, May 31. With her small infant clasped to her breast, Perfeta Cruz, a Mexican woman about 40 years old, died suddenly In a squalid room of the IMamond Bar rooming house, 312 South Oregon street, yesterday morning, a few min utes after midnight. ( Her husband was nodding sleenilv In a corner of the miserable quarters. ami a young girl was asleep on the floor at the time. Wakened by the cries of the Infant, Cruz roused to ut ter a grumbling request that the mother quiet the child, and when the woman did not answer he went to the bed and roughly shook her to dis cover that her body was growing cold with cleat H. When Coroner Marshall arrived an empty bottle which smelled strongly of whisky was found In the bed he- side the corpse. The motherless In fant was sobbing unceasingly on a pile of rags, and in a corner was one of the dead woman's daughters cry ing softly huildlect with her disheveled hair about her face and her head resting on her knees. The story told by the husband to ! the coroner was that his wife had been drinking to excess fur several days, and that she had been without whlskv all Wednesdav. Hp saIi! that she had probably been dead for sev-' eral minutes before he was attracted by the crying baby, and found that life was extinct. There were no marks of violence on the body as far as could be seen. The husband of the dead woman is, Juan Cruz, a blacksmith, w ho h.is ' worked In El Paso for the last fif-' teen years. AIJOUT TOWN A new street sign is being painted In front of Bennett's curio store on First street. The father-in-law of I). C. Labbe. who has been critically ill at the home of his son-in-law, is slowly Im proving. H. A. Woolford, district attorney for Socorro and Sierra counties, with Mrs. Woolford. arrived In Albuquer que this morning. The Ladies of Triple Link Re- bekah Lodge No. 10. I. O. O. F., will meet Saturday at 2:30 p. m. sharp, for drill at Odd Fellows hall. There was a meeting of the Wo men's club this afternoon at 3 o'clock for the purpose of closing up all the business of the last year. Members of Lodge No, 1. Knights of Pythias, colored, who held a benefit concert at Red Men's hall last i night, are much pleased with the suc cess of the entertainment. The Odd Fellows of Albuquerque will hold memorial services In honor of their deceased members on Sun day. June 8. The program and place of meeting will be announced later. G. Oxendlne left this morning for Coyote canyon with six men to start developing on a more extensive scale at the mine owned by him and L O. Hosenneld, and In which they recent ly struck ore carrying $783 In gold. The Learnard & Llndemann Boys' band held a regular meeting last night at Its rooms. The suits ordered by Mr. Learnard are expected soon. upon their arrival the boys will com mence rehearsing the program to be- gtven about the middle of the month. Quarters for the city Jail have been secured In the J. Korber building on Second street, near Copper avenue. Carpenters are at work making the necessary alterations Tor the accom modation of the police court and of fices. The six steel cells, which will be purchased by the city, will be In stalled In this building when they ar rive. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Alvarado. Charles A. lialley. St. Joseph, Mo.; C. K. Hecklcy. Chicago; 1). F. Lyon, Chicago; L. 11. I'utncy, Atlanta, lia.; F. M. Hlsbee, La Junta; R 11. New Ife, Las Vegas; K. 1. Leanell, Kansas City; C. L. Pollard, Espanola; H. V. UUder, Chicago; J. C. Rodham, Den ver; T. V. Neely. Los Angelex; H. l. Moulton, Washington; Ueorge Hall, Chicago; C. Harrison, A. C. Harrlld, Newcastle, Ky.; H 11. Wllhlte, Itaton; C. T. White. Chicago; Edward Forbes, Chicago; Mrs. K. Kurtz, Chicago; T. S. Rrown. Chicago; Mrs. Julius Welz- ler. Holbrook, Ariz.; K. O. Faulkner. Los Angeles; Miss Julia Frary, New York; o. C. Rrnwn, Philadelphia. SI ii rye. L. L. Lyons, Denver; E. C. Law. rence, Denver; J. Carpenter, Ket ner; Joseph Rlbo, INrnalillo; Dan El liott, Las Vegas; D. Seaman, 1-amar; V. J. Sanchez. Valencia, N. M. ; Edgar Schaffery, El Paso; D. J. Leary, San Francisco; E. H. Avr. New York; M. T. Agee, Denver; I'. H. Arnold, San Francisco; M. D. lietts, Vaughn; T. H. liaca and wife, San Antonio, N. M. MrtroKlitan. I J. A. Harlow, Ctica, N. Y. : Isabel1 D. Mayagutia, El Paso; J. A. Reiinett, 1 Window. t.ruixl Central. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Mattox, Hal-1 lup; I. H. Hamilton. W. E. Flaherty, A. E. Jeffries. Ias Vegas; L. Uradford Prince, Santa Ke. Oaige. J. H Davenport and wife. St. Jo seph. Mo.; W. i-o!trell, Chicago; J. E. Uilpen anil A. J. H:ain, El Paso. Suoy. V. S. Cheyuay. Shoshone, Wyo.; A. M. Yanng. Pueblo. Colo.; T. L. Uory. Tucson. Ariz.; D. D. Cooper, Okla homa City. Subscribe for Tlie TrrenTng Citizen HENRY'S (Elfantng attii JrpsBhtn UJorkB Frinch Dry onj Steam Cleaning, If t Guarantee not to Shrink Fade the mat Delicate of LaJiet Garmenlu We Moke a Specialty of Cleaning, Pressing and Repairing GENTLEMEN'S CLOTHES CooJi Called for an(ftDelioeteJ. MFS. ROSE HENRY ICS-Ill KtST IHVIS AVINU! ttu or savov hotii mtPnosi ot Summer School Mrs. C 0, Conor-Roberts will have charge of the sum mer school for the seventh, eighth, ninth and tenth grade subjects. Also Spanish. This Is a most excellent opportunity to review these subjects or to make up any subjects In which you are deficient. Special Rates to those who take up short hand and typewriting or book keeping on the scholarship plan. Write or call at the Li brary building .for further In formation. Address the Albuquerque Business College Library Bldg. Albuquerque, N. M. OOOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) FIXE STRAWBERRIES. RI.ACK IIERKIES. MM; AN RERRIES, R XSI'ltKRRIKS AM) CHERRIES, AT THE MONARCH GROCERY. 1 Open Every Afternoon ; And Evening PROGRAM For Saturday Matinee And Evening ILLUSTRATED SONG "When the Mocking Bird Sings in the Wild Wood." MOVING PICTURES In Cause of Faith and a Free Pass. Call up 597 When in need of anything in the IJAJCERY" LINE French Bakery Co, 202 E. R.R.Ave. ostoist rowist READ and AKED EANS FRENGH BAKERY 202 East R. R. Ave. ' Tel. 597 Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IX THE CITY. When In need of Nash, door, frame1 h, etc. Kcrcvn work a six-olnity. 403 South lii-Ht street. Telephone 403. Morelli. the Tailor Ladles' and Men's Clothing: Clean ed, Pressed and Repaired. Men'a Suits made to order. All work guar anteed. Prices reasonable. toa n. rirmt mt. C. F. Allen Galvanized Iron Cornice, Tin Roof ing, Shopp-cllp Tanks, Galvanized Water Tanks, Pipe and Repair Work. 208 1-2 West Gold 10 per cent. Dividends in the other fellow's pocket on the rent you are paying. A small cash payment and 120.00 a month will buy a 6 room house, with bath. CO-OPERATIVE REALTY CO., J. E. ELDER, Armljo Building. Out of Town Order Cioen Pwnpl Attention Jjlbuquerque, SCcvO VkXtxko DID Our Prices Are the Lowest ALBERT FA BUR'S 308-310 Railroad Avenue ' I.SU Do you Intend buying a. vehicle to enjoy the summer months? If yon do don't pass us by. We don't urge you to buy an expensive vehicle we have many good atyles within the range of modest Incomes. Top Buggies, Runabouts, Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see us. Albuquerque Carriage Co. Corner First and TIJeras Road. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices Wfaere 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. Under Havoy Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor 0XOf0C0OfOfK)f Convenience - Comfort - Security . The telephone makes the .duties lighter, the cares less and the worries fewer. YOU NEED A TELEPHONE IX TOUR ITOMR THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. K)00OtX30X5X30XK)00 fCOOOe0OOOeK!X5CO FLY" SCREENS Door screens as strong as an ordinary door at 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 foot at the SUPERIOR PIYNHNTG MIl57 SEE OUR NEW UKICK IJUILDLNO EtOeOeX00Oe3wOeX0 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. FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW HEX- P0OwOwOOOwOOwODOw Do You Need Lawn Mowers, Garden Rakes and Hoes, Rubber Hose, Cotton Hose. r?y BEST OF QUALITIES J. KORBER & CO. ALBUQUERQUE, N. N. High-Grade Willow Furniture We have Just received a splendid variety of these reliable willow goods In Chairs. Rockers, Settees and Tables In natural fin ish. Come in and see them on our floor. . . Staab Building Large Measure Heavy Weight Groceri, Meats, Poultry, Best Lucca Olive OilJ The Champion Grocery Co. MATTKUCCI BROS. 623-624 W. Tljoras Are. Pbona II. THESE ARE CARRIAGE BUYING DAYS Easy Terms and Low Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j The telephone presenw your health, prolongs yew Ufa and protects your home. us; RIGHT PRICES 212 NORTH SECOND ST.