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MONDAY, JVXjY 9, 1907.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. rxxrj Try our Teas We have a full line of CHASE & SANBORNS Package Teas Including Gunpowder, Oolong, Jmn. English Breakfast, H Ceylon-India, Orange Pekoe, Ceylon and Emperors Blend a special blend for Iced Tea. It is something better than you are now using. TRY IT MALOY'S xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx SOME SIDELIGHTS ON RECENT MORNING .1 (Continued Prom race One.) matter In bis capacity as assistant postmaster. A roast on the acting governor for removing Trelford was prepared but upon the advice of the attorney it was pigeon holed, Mr. Uaynolds al ready having a libel suit against the Morning Journal. "We ought to say something mean about Burse, too," suggested one of the pie eaters. "I simply can't do It," was the re ply of the scribe "I've already said everything mean about him thut I can think of." "How about the major?" asked one of the tin cans. "I never saw him you know I haven't been In New Mexico long but we ought to Bay something about him too." "Ssh-z-z-," said the scribe, "I'm working up something real mean but I can't write it tonight," Forgot lrlcluirt1. "Have we got 'em all?" asked General Charley Easley. "We ought to say something about Marion Lit trell," quickly added a pie eater. "Don't know anything to say about him," said the scribe. "Of course, he's a republican and he can't be honest." This created considerable mirth. The refreshments were then served after which the scribe placed his hand carefully above the top of the kerosene lamp and withoue puff, blew out the light. As the members stole away In the darkness, some one eald in a gasping whisper: "For Heaven Hakes, go back, go back! We forgot to write anything about Prlchard!" Get a free sample of Dr. Phoop'e "Health Coffee" at our store. If real coffee disturbs your Stomach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever Coffee Imitation. Dr. Snoop has closely matched Old Java and Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real Coffee In it. Dr. Snoop's Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made In a minute. No tedious wait. You will surely like it. Sold by C. U. Brlgham. A FAVORITE PARROT Columbus l Hotel R For Good 8 8 Meals Abecomlngr shape In black Milan The right k1iI la trimmed with cliis trimmed with black taftVta ribbon ; ters of green foliage. The bandeau combined with jjarrot-green ribton. ; I covered with the same. NOT A HORSETHIEF HE ONLY WANTED TO JOE Intoxicated Man Takes Pos session of Horse and Vehicle. William Wagner, a brakeman, left his horse unhitched on Second Mrevt near Central avenue this morning and went about transacting certain matters of business. When he re turned his horse and buggy were missing. The police were notified and In a short time the horse and buggy were found standing In front of Wagner's house on Fifth street and Tljeras avenue. In the buggy sat a man apparently dozing. "What are you doing there?" the man was asked. "How do I know?" was thd answer. "You get out of that buggy mighty quick or something will happen." "I'll be blamed If I get out!" said the man with drunken stubbornness. It took the strength of two men to lift t" drunken man from the bug gy. Vhe men Anally explained that he had seen the empty vehicle on the street down town and thought he would enjoy a ride which he did. He was arrested and will be tried for being intoxicated. "THE MASCOT" PROVES 10 BE BEST EVER In spite of the wind and dust storm Sunday evening, a large aud ience witnessed the presentation of "The Mascot" at ilie Casino by the Boston Ideal Comic Opera company. "The Mikado" by this company lat week, proved to be of such excellence, that the audience was prepared for something unusually tine in "The Mascot," and It was not disappointed. "The Mascot" is funny funnier even than "The mikado." The Bos ton Ideal Comic Opera company knows how to sing funny operas. By their presentation of "The Mikado" the coimpany made a reputation in Albuquerque, which was more than doubled by the presentation last nlht of "The Mascot." Miss Laura Moore as "Bottlna, the Mascot," by her excelled portrayal of the exacting little turkey herder, dou bled the hit she made last week. Her duet with Mr. Walters, "The Turkey and the Sheep," was encored three times. A. C. Burgess, the loading comedian as "Prince Lorenzo," was in his prime last night, emitting Jokes, puns and laugh producers at each turn. Be sides being a splendid comedian, he has excellent control over his facial expressions, at times reverting to pantomlnlc actions. W. H. Burgess as "Rocco, the sheep herder," who Is followed by "in luck," and who becomes lord cham ber aln to Prince Lorenzo, was true to life 1 1 his portrayal of that fam ous cnnrtr-tcr. T'. Vvr.ltoi-3, the. .-l.ivenlle man, as Plppo," is jne of the cleverss: mmb4-s of tfu- r.om.any. ,.A1,iss Wlnlf', Crowley, as th- Princess l'iu. .ilta." made a pr v appearaico. Her love scenes with Pippo were well done and not over acted. Miss Kitty Blbler, one of the chorus girls, made a spontaneous hit with her dancing specialty, being en cored several times. Frank Dale as the foppish prince, tarried his part w'l. The vaudeville skit of the Burgess brothers with two shrill and dilapi dated musical Instruments used in "'"Ji. "The lMHt n,)8e of Summer," The Turkey and the Sheep." and other songs also made a pronounced Impression. While the play was a huge suc cess, the real hit was when the two Burgess brothers started a game of poker. For cards they used eracker3 for antes plate and other dishes, and the pot was a very black coffee pot. The ludlcrnusness of the scene was so great that the comedians were compelled to play the game over to satisfy an encore. "The Mascot" will he the bill to i ?.' Tuesday and Wednesday nights. Thursday night the company will present "f!lrnn..niw.i . Ing also repeated next Sunday rat!- Don t think "hit rili rn- y.m cured. Thousands of obstinate casei nave oeen curi liv Doan's Olntmer-t. ov cenis at any dm store. Bnhxrlbe tor Tt' rnenint Clrlzrit GREEN AND BLACK FOR MILITARY EXHIBIT Visits Albuquerque Today In Order to Make Ar rangements. 'I am using my Influence to have a contingent of soldiers from Fort Crook, Colo., attend the historical celebration to be held here In Octo ber In conjunction with the annual fair." 0"he speaker was Brigadier General K. D. Thomas, commander of the department of Colorado, U. 8. A., with headquarters In Denver. General Thomas arrived in the city this morn ing on No. 2, accompanied by his aide de camp, Lieutenant K. P. Kipen benck, Jr. General Thomas was met at the depot by Jay Hubbs, chairman, and Hoy A. Stamm, secretary of the fair association, and taken for an automo bile ride over the city by Col. D. K. B. Sellers. "I stopped In Albuquerque to meet some of your enterprising young business men," said General Thomas, "and also to learn something about your historical celebration and fail. "The department has planned for a long military practice march of the troops in my department, and it may be that they will be sent over an old trail to Albuquerque, stopping her several days en route further south west. "The only way In which the troops can come to the celebration is for it to be a historical exhibition. The war department refuses to allow troops to attend fairs and the like, where the chief purpose is to display the products of the state or terri tory." In talking about military condi tions throughout the southwest, uen eral Thomas said; "Everything Is in excellent condi tion. After attending the unveiling of the "Bucky" O'Neill monument at Prescott, 1 inspected Fort Whipple near Prescott. "All of this talk and rumor about an Indian uprising at Fort McDowell is false. Everything Is quiet on the reservation and no trouble Is expect ed." Speaking of this city as a probable point for locating a military post the general said: "I consider Albuquerque the logical point for the location of an army post. If the appropriation were se cured from congress for such a pur pose I feel sure that the department would promptly locate a nost here and probably transfer the troops irom jori wingate. In conversation with Manager Hubbs the general spoke flatteringly of Albuquerq'io. "It is the prettiest city In the south west and I would like to see an army post here for then I coujil be here much oftener. I would like to visit your city during the fair and if pos sible I shall do so. I am sure that the people who have the enterprise to build such a city would have enough enterprise to secure the nerv ed appropriation or at least aid In se curing it and I hope some day to see the stars and stripes Moating over a military post In Albuquerque." This was a busy day for Manager Hubbs and Secretary Stamm. They were busy because th.-y wanted to Impress General Thomas with the fiict that Albuquerque was Just as alive and Just as busy and prosperous nnd hospital as ever. That they suc ceeded was shown by the broad smile which Illuminated the coun tenance of the general as now and then he commented upon this, that and the other which Interested him. "I sure like Albuquerque." said the general and he said It with an In tonation in his voice whUi clonrly told that he meant every word of lhat statement. The funeral of Jose Garcia y Gar cia, aged 60 years, a respected farm er who lived near old town, was held from the San Felipe de Nerl church this morning, with Interment In San ta Barbara cemetery. The deceased Is survived by a widow and a son. The funeral of Jose Tafoya, who died Saturday In Itarelas, was held from the San Josrt church this morn ing, with Interment in the San Jose cemetery. The deceased was 4 5 years of age and leaves a widow and two children. The funeral arrangements for J. C. Lawler, who died Sunday in Los An geles, have not yet been made. The deceased was In the furniture busi ness here. He leaves a widow and two sops, who were at his bedside when the end came. The body will arrive here tomorrow. AFFAIRS AROUND THE COURT HOUSE A suit for divorce was filed in the district court today by Simon Gar cia against Fellclta Chaves de Gar cia. The charge Is abandonment. Attorney H. F. Itaynolds filed a petition for bankruptcy In the district court today for I. Berkouch, a gen eral merchant on First street near Silver avenue. Four pieces of land In precinct No. 8. I jos Grlegos, were sold today to W. H. Glllenwater bv Thomas H. ttnh. A marriage llivnse was Issued by Prmbnte Clerk Walker this morning to Puliana Garcia and Nicolas Gurule, both of Alameda. FK ItF.N'T Mesa ranch, one-quarter mile from I'niversity. Best well on mesa, good house, plenty of chicken yard, cheap rent to right party. John M. Moore Realty i. FOIt KENT rooms fur fHTht housed keeping; good rool sleeping rooms. Inquire 517 South Bro.idwav, Mrs. 11. E. Kutherford. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXTTTTT WE HAVE Tltn AA ADDED 1 110 iud We want you to try Cream is absolutely 3 MATTHEW DAIRY CO. TAX-LEVY IS LARGER THAN LASTYEAR County Cuts Down Amount But Schools Increase It Slightly. At the meeting of the county com missioners Saturday the total tax levy for all county purposes was reduced three and six-tenths mills, yet the xoiai tax rate ror tne wnole county will be four-tenths of a mill higher this year than last on account of a three mill Increase made for city school levy and a territorial addi tional Increase of one mill for the general school fund levy. The city raised the levy three mills to offset the loss which will be sustained by the abolishment of gambling In the territory on January 1, 1908. The three mill Increase, however. will more than provide for the loss of funds as a result of no gambling li cense revenue. The special levy of two mills for river nnd flood defense Is the same ns last year. The bridge levy was abol ished entirely, but an Increase was mide for roads and bridges. Tne following are the levies made by the commission: Mills County general fund 5.00 Court fund 4.50 Boad fund 2.75 Court house and Jail repair fund .50 Judgment fund 15 Camlno real fund 10 Interest and sinking funds.... 8. Total 21.00 The following will show the dif ferences between this year and last year In the levies for territorial, county, city and city schools: 190fi. 1907. Mills. Mills Territorial lew (Includ ing school tax) 1 00 17.00 County purposes ....... 24. 60 21.00 City purposes 15.00 16.00 City school purposes. ... 10.00 13.00 Flood tax, river purposes 2.00 2.00 Totals 67.60 6S.00 Or. 16.76 on the $100 of valuation in 1906. and J6.S0 on the 1100 valua tion in 1907. A cleansing, clean, cooling, sooth ing, healing household remedy Is De Witt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by J. H. O RIelly & Co. 1 o NEW rOSTMASTF.RS FOK NEW MEXICO. Washington, D. C, July 8. (Spec ial.) Gabino Baca has been appoint ed postmaster at Manzano. Torrance county, New Mexico, vice Diego Ser na, deceased. " J. Silvlano Chaves is the new post master at Tusas, Rio Arriba county. Musical Slasher Bound Over, Jnse De La Hosa, the musician of the Mexican National show who stab bed his . friend. Angel Mendoza, on the morning of July 6, was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Jose E. Romero at old town Saturday and was put under S500 bond te appear before the grand Jury in .the district court. In lieu of furnishing bond, De La Rosa was committed to the county Jail. Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All drgglsts sell it. Consult a Reliable Dentist Full Sot of Teeth ga Gold Filling $1,50 up V" Q CJolcl Crowns $o mfk jl Painless Extracting.. .60c " ALL WORK ARSOM'TIXY GUAR. ANTKKD. DRS. COPP and PETTIT. ROOM 12, N. T. AKMIJO I1LDG. HENRY'S iHBBMHHHBsMBIsssHa Cleaning and Pressing Works Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned, Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for and Delivered. 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