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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TVT.STVXY, KTTTTTmr.n IT. ml. page five. rrXTIXXTXTXXXXXXTTXXXXTXTX A. J. MALOY 214 Central Avenue The place to get any thing in the line of the famous brand CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS on A VTTn-TP.T A RT ."RS A full line always in U stock 3 a Our Prices ARE right You know the goods jj xxxxsxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx OCXXJOOOCXXXXXJOOCJCXXJOOOCXXX i MADAM STEWARD-LAMB 210 South Second Exclusive Milliner TELEGRAPHIC. MARKETS The following quotations were re ceived by F. J. Graf & Co., brokers, over their own private wires from New York, room 37, Barnett building1 Albuquerque, September 17: New York Stocks. American Sugar 111 Amalgamated Copper . . 61 V American Smelters 90 American Car Foundry 37 h Atchison ... 87 Anaconda 404 Baltimore and Ohio ill Brooklyn Itapid Transit 45 Canadian Pacific Ififi1 Colorado Fuel 22 V Erie com 21 O. X. Ore Ctfs B4i Missouri Pacific 70 7g National Lead 46 New York Central 106i Pennsylvania .. 120 Beading com i. . . . 96 St. Paul 120 Southern Pacific K6 1'nion Pacific 129 IT. S. S 28 U. S. S. pfd 91i Greene Cananea 9 Shannon 10Vi Calumet and Arizona 112 Old Dominion 24 Copper Bange 6 North Butte 46t4 Santa Fe Conner 2 i October Cotton 111.09 Summary of Conditions. New York, Sept. 17. Standard Oil hearing beelns today. Amalgamated Copper dividend meeting will not be held until Octo ber. Interstate Commerce commission's report for 1905 and 1906 demons, trates that railroad traffic Is increas ing more raDldly than facilities. Htrong demand for stocks In loan crowd and especially Pennsylvania, New York Central and Steel common M. K. & T. report shows earnings equal to 4.99 per cent on common after preferred dividend. Court denies motion to call H. H. Rogers as a witness on account of his ht-alth. Twelve Industrials declined .15 per cent. Twenty active railroads advanced .44 per cent. London copper opening: Spots 64.10 up 12's 6d. Futures 64.5s up 7s 6d. Firm. Kuii-iih City Llv-to-k. Kansa City. Sept. 17. Cattle re ceipt 21.000. Market steady. Southern steers $3.25 i 4.Kfi ; southern cows $2.001 3.50; stockers and feeders $3.25 n 5.25; bulls $2.25 t 4.00 ; calves $3.r0ii 8.50; western steers $3.50'y) 5. Mi; western cows $2.4irn 4.25. Sheep receipts 10,00. Market slow. Muttons $5,001( 5.70; lambs $5. 751 7.35; range wethers Ju.OO'y; 5.SI0, fed ewes $ 4.50 6.5. Chicago Livestock. Chicago, s-pt. 17. Cattle receipts 10 ooo. Market stea.lv. Beeves $4.00 ri 7.25; cow s $1.25 It 5.5o: Texas steers $3.75 ti 5. 00; calves $ 5.50 ' 7. 7.1 western cdttle $4.00 116.50; mocker' and feelers $2 .' 5.00. Sheep receipts 22.000. Market ten low er. Year li n (is $5.60 ii 6.40; lambs $5,001(7.60; western $5.00 fi 7.6 5. St. I no Is Wool Market. St. Iiuis. Sept. 17. Wool steady. Territory and western mediums 2ok Tic: fine medium 19ffi23c; fine 1J di 2oc. Moner Market. New York, Sept. 17. Money on call, strong, 3 ii 5 per cent. Prime mercantile paper 6 Vi 1j " per cent. Metal Market. New York. Sept. 17. Lead weak. $4.65 1i 4.75. L.tke copper weak. li1 1i 16. Silver 6 7 c. SM'ltcr Market. St. Louis. Sept. 17. Spelter dull $4.60. Kodot for indigestion and Dyspep sia, a combination of natural digest ants and vegetable acids, digests the food itself and gives strength and health to the stomach. Pleasant t3 i Home 8 i Co oiling 5 Strictly at 8 5 Ota 8 I Columbus jj I Motel take. Sold by J. H. O'Rielly & Co. PROPOSED BY CITY Barbers Will Have to Be Care ful-Combination Stores iWust Go. The city council held an Important meeting last night and transacted a considerable volume of business. Those present were Mayor McKee, Aldermen Hayden, lsherwood. Heav en, Hanley, Neustadt and Wllkerson, besides the city otllcers. After attending to a few minor matter of city business the counctl listened to a communication from William Jeivks, who objected to mov ing his fence on Fruit avenue. Al derman Hanley. In commenting on the matter said there was consider able confusion as what was the cor rect lot line on that street and that the original survey of the street had been carelessly made. The city en gineer was Instructed to invstigate the matter and make a report to the council. Telephone Company OiargiHl Willi Kxtortion. A protest asainst an alleged ex tortion of $2 by the telephone com pany from L. G. Rosenfleld was read tnd the matter referred to the city attorney. Now IjlglltS Ordered. Street lights were authorized to be placed, one at the corner of Slate avenue and North KightM street and another at North Second street and Copper avenue. "23" For Tent House. A petition was read which urged the city council to pass an ordinance prohibiting the erection of tents or tent houses to be used by health seekers, within the city limits with out the special permission of the board of health. The petition was referred to the sewerage committee. Sidewalk Builders (.(11111!; Busy. Street Commissioner Martin TJer- ney reported that by reason of the actions taken by the city council. the delinquent sidewalk builders wejaj getting busy. lie said his efforts would not be relaxed In compelling property owners to comply with the sidewalk regulation. scavenger BiisIiiohh No Snap. In obedience to the order of the council at its last meeting. City Scav enger F. A. Mitchell appeared before the council last night accompanied 1y his attorneys, Klock and Owens. Mr. Mitchell explained the dilticulties of his position and protested that the ordinance in regard to the disposition of garbage was being grossly violat ed by the citizens of Albuquerque. He said he had not made day's wages by any of his teams since he took the contract of handling the garbage and that he would never be able to do so unless he received the co-operation of the city authorities in en forcing the sanitary ordinances. He said he hauled only 25 per cent of the city's refuse and that the rest was hauled by persons who had no authority to do so. He said he re ceived only Insults when he sought the patronage of the citizens and that there was no money In the contract under present conditions. He pro tested against building an adequate crematory for garbage, maintaining that It would cost .as much to run such a plant as It costs to run the city. He said he was willing to live up to his contract if by the enforce ment of the city ordinances he was able to do It. He said he thought the city ought to make the com plaints against the violation of the garbage ordinance and not the city scavenger. -Mr. Mitchell said there were 2,200 families in this city and only one hundred garbage cans of the kind prescribed for use. He said he had maintained a small crematory at the city dump until he was driven out by the extension of the Santa Fe yards and he further Informed the council that the city dumping grounds were at present under water. He said he was not responsible for the dead animals thrown on the city dump, but that these were so de posited by other people. Mr. Mit chell, who is also sanitary Inspector, said he was willing to resign from that position as he was unable to do the city or himself any good by hold ing that office. The council discussed at length the question of disposing of the city gar bage and a committee consisting of the mayor, city attorney and chair man of the grievance committee was appointed to make certain Investiga tions, and to confer with the board of health and Mr. Mitchell for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not a satisfactory arrangement can not be made for an adequate handl ing of the garbage. It was the opin ion of the council that the matter as It stands is highly unsatisfactory and that, while they were willing to allow Mr. Mitchell to continue In his pres ent ottice, they would Insist that he perform the functions of that oltlce according to his contract. Weeds Must be Cut. The question of weeds in vacant lots came up again and the proper otlicers were Instructed to compel property owners to cut these weeds or provide for such cutting. Bill IkmrttH I nlaw fill. In the matter of bill boards Alder man Wllkerson suggested tnai Ijiii boards might be construed as a viola tion to the ordinance which provides that no fence within the fire limits ha'.l be over six feet 111 height. He aid bill boards were practically eiices. What Barbers Mu-t Io. An ordinance regulating the con- duet of bai-Jier shops in the city was introduced by the board of healtn. This ordinance provides that a 11- cen of $2 be charged barber shops; that they be compelled to have hot and cold water; that the barber wash his hands before and after operating on a natron; that he use a clean towel for each customer, that the combs, razors and cuppers be fre quetitly disinfected; that the Moors of tne shop Te mopped at least once a day; that the barber must use powdered alum to apply to cuts In stead of the kind that comes in sticks and a dozen other measures calculated to assure the man In the chair a sanitary and safe shave or hair cut. The prevalence of the bar ber's itch made it necessary to take strict action in regulating barber Shops. skldoo for Combination store. Alderman Wllkerson suggested that a city ordinance be drawn up prohibiting the sale of alcholic liq uors In the same room where othec articles of merchandise are sold. He said the morals of children were in danger when they were thus brought In contact with the liquor traffic by purchasing groceries or other articles In plac? where liquor wns ld. Chief of Police McMlllIn salt! there had long been a need for an ordin ance agnlnst these combination stores. The city attorney was au thorixed to draw up an ordinance on this subject to submit to the coun cil. Now City Appointment. I'pon the receipt of the resignation of Miss Hickey as member of the li brary board. Miss Nancy Hewitt was appointed to fill the vacancy. Pro fessor Joseph B. Watson, of the Uni versity of New Mexico was appointed city chemist to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Professor Wein zlrl. Frank Quler was retained as health officer until October 15. Vehicles Will I to Xunibered. The city attorney was authorized to draw up an ordinance regulating the speeding of automobiles and the placing of proper lights fore and aft on the machines. It was also sug gested that automobiles be number ed and that the owners be compelled to pay a license. It was further sug gested that hacks should be licensed and numbered. Firemen's Benefit Fund. The following letter was read to the council and the offer therein ac cepted: Sept. 1st, 1907. A. C. Burtless, Chief of Fire Depart ment, City. Dear Sir: Please find check for $25 towards starting a firemen's benefit fund for the department of Albuquerque In recognition of the services of the fire department re cently when our coke pile caught fire from carelessness of stokers dump ing coke in a pile that was not thor oughly wet down. Most cltieg have a benefit fund for the benefit of firemen disabled while In discharge of their duty and we believe that Albuquerque should be neck and neck with other cities. We also extend to you and your department our. most heartfelt thanks for the service rendered. Very truly yours, ALBCQI'KHQl'K OAS. ELECTRIC LIGHT AND POWHK CO. By E. C. Hl'TLEK, Manager. CLEARING SITE FOR $100,000 SHOP A W. Anson Gets Contract For New Storehouse Many Improvements. General Superintendent I. L. Hlb bard, of the Santa Fe coast lines, who is in the city on one of his periodical trips of Inspection, said this morning that contracts for the $100,000 addi tion for the local shops and the new" storehouse planned for Albuquerque had been let. A. W. Anson, the lo cal contractor, secured the contract for the storehouse, but Mr. Hibbard was not certain as to who was the successful bidder for the $100,000 lob. The work of clearing away tracks and other obmacles from the sites of the proposed new buildings was be gun this morning. "Theee are only a few of the Im provements we are making on the coast lines'," said Mr. Hibbard. "We have Just begun the construction of another large dam In Johnson s can yon near Williams. Ariz., for the storage of engine water, and we are laying lots of sidings and spurs all along the line. "We are being delayed some with the construction of the new shop9 building at San Bernardino on ac count of the slow delivery of steel by the manufacturers. The addition to the San Bernardino shops will be equally as large if not larger than the one to be made here." Mr. Hibbard says that A. G. Wells, general manager of the coast lines, who suffered an operation recently for appendicitis, has recovered suffl clently to permit him being out of doors, but as yet too weak for very strenuous work. FIGHTING THE FLAMES" WILL ATTRACT A. M. Dettlebach. secretary of the New Mexico association of firemen, is in the city today on business in connection with the territorial fair Mr. Dettleach said that between forty and fifty delegates of the fire men's association besides the com peting hose rarl companies would most probably attend the fair. The membership of the association aas now almost reached the 300 mark The four teams that have applied for entrance Into the firemen's tourna ment at the fair are the Santa Fe team. Las Vegas team, American Lumber company team and the I'ecos Valley team. The headquarters of the firemen will be at the armory. The members of the assoelatlon will wear white silk rllVbon badges. Fire men throughout the territory are in terested in the "Fighting the Flames' show and this event wiil attract i strong delegation. SHORT SIOP BU CORHAN HITS TOWN "i'.inger" Corhan, who played short stop on the Pueblo Western league the past season, is out doing a little practice this afternoon with the Brownies. "Binger" says that he Is glad to get back, but he may not lay. He has been offered a job In Pueblo and be may spend the winter there. He goes back with Pueblo again next season. Begardlng the Trinidad-Pueblo game played at Pu eblo for the state fair as-oclatlon. Corhan aya that the Trinidad sports were trimmed out of over $ 1,000. They sat in the grand stand In the morning and saw Lincoln beat Pueblo and thought that they had a snap. Nearly all the money Trinidad bet was won by toe Pueblo players. Cor han arrived last night on train No. 1. ADDITION FIREMEN If you want anything on earth, you ; back, I purc hased a bottle or Cham can get It through the want columns berlaln's Pain lialin, and two appll- if The Evening Citizen. We get re- suits. MAJOR LLEWELLYN WILL SUPPORT SINGLE Agrees With President Arizona Would Never Become Rec onciled to Jointure. Major W. H. H. Llewellyn. United States attorney for New Mexico, said this morning that he would give his hearty support to a movement for single statehood for New Mexico. He agrees with President Boosevelt, vlio recently expressed his opinion In a letter that the people of Arizona had expressed their wishes regarding statehood With New Mexico at the late election and that he would not further press Joint statehood. It is now a proposition for the people of New Mexico to pursue the quest of statehood alone. Begardlng this, the major said: 'The people of New Mexico are overwhelmingly In favor of state hood, They stood and voted their convictions at the last election for the Jointure with Arizona, although this Included the surrender of the belov ed name 'New Mexico.' This dem onstrated two things, vix: The strong desire to get away from the unnatur al form of government under which we live, and the desire of the repub licans of New Mexico to carry out the wishes of the national adminis tration and be In line with the de sires of congress, which was that Ari zona and New Mexico form one state. This proposition is a thing of the past. The question now is what can be done for single statehood? Is it best to hold a constitutional convention 'I "Keeping In view the helpless con dition we are In I say 'no,' unless wo can first get an expression of ap proval favorable to the admission of New Mexico alone from the n.Ttlonal administration and the approval of the honorable speaker of the house of representatives and the chairman of the senate committee on territor ies of the senate, that the measure will nut be held up in the house and In the committee on territories of the senate. Without this assurance it Is idle In my opinion to hold a constitutional convention. With this assurance, then by all means hold a convention, formulate a constitution ind present same to the next session of congress. "It seems to me that Governor Curry, who will be eat roon, should see the powers that be mid get an expression of the intentlo i they have concerning us. If U Is favorable then let us proceed, hold a convention and do our best to s;ur statehood for New Mexico. j territorial existence is intolerable. We are taxed without representation and we av-i but 'lttie better off than Indians herded upon a reservation. i "While it is true that we have re ceived some benefits, yet in my opin ion they all sink inu in-ngnitlca.ice when "compared with the price1.-.-boon of being an American clU:.en, electing . our rulers and voting for the president who presides as chief executive over the greatest and best government the world has ever known. . . "The president in common witn many of the distinguished men of the country believed prev! ius to the last election that Joint stateh od f;r New Mexico anl Arlzoni was for tiie best Interests of these tv o territories. 1 believe that the preside:;! only abandoned this Ua of Jjir.tu-e for the reason tnat ha his become : alls- tied that a mal iri'y f the peipli of Arizona would never botnn.i rtn died to thj suu-itioi i crtHirly he- has shown cricim.-Iy that he ban the welfare of both territories at heart in his every action. But for the president's personal interest in us there would be no big reclamation and irrigation projects carrying with them the expenditure of millions of dollars in Arizona and New Mexico." THEBERNAULLOCOUNTY GRAND JURIES AT WORK The United States grand Jury was liupanneled this morning and charged. The territorial grand and petit juries were liupanneled yester day and the United States petit Jury will be impanneled next Monday. The United States and territorial grand juries are now in session at the county court house and ready to dual with the big volume of business on hand. The territorial petit jury was excused until October 14, when It will proceed to try cases. -The following are the Juries al ready chosen: United States grand Jury: John Borradalle, foreman; Adolfo Silva, Telesfor Areibeque, Cleofas Sanchez, Jose Gutierrez. Enrique Garcia. Sam Lew. Joe Goldstein. John Lee Clark, Julian P. Connely. W. Brown. D. M. Ferguson, Jose Francisco Chavez, Manuel Gallegos, Ed. Lempke, Lenor Anzures, J. P. O'Neill, Maximo Gar. cla, Francisco Marlbel. W. A. Gilpin P. Jacobson. Territorial grand jury: M. H. Sum mers, foreman; At.tmtslo Montoya, Daniel Torres, A. J. Hy. J. W. Pal mer. John G. Bauer. W. H. H. Metz- gar, B. J. Sweeney. K. G. Mlllen bough. Pierce E. Britt. D. F. Gill Juan Pena y Chavez, primitive Can dehtria. James Devim, Benlno Mon toya. Joaouin Martin. W. L. Thorp G. A. Camplteld. J. Haines, Fred Mann. Antonio Gahaldon Territorial petit jury: B. D. Samp- sell. J. Bonnell. W. J. Morning. Pla ci.lo Silazar v (iter. i, Kafael Criego. Jose Gutierrez Garcia. John Clark, Eduardn Blanco, IV-lio Perea. Fran cisco SkIHIo. George Thomas, N. E Slev.ns. Jos,- Maria Coavez. Itonian Nuame'. Julian Trujill". J- B. Hern .ion p. F. Md'.mnt. N. L. Kemmer er. Felix Galindro. J. A. Garcia. Hen ry Gleasr.n, Carlos B. B-nnero, Harry A.-pinwal!. Lame Back. This is u ailment for which Chamberlain's Pam Balm has prov en especially valuable. In almost every instance It affonis prompt and permanent relief. Mr. Luke La 'Grange of Orange. Mich., t-ays of it: After using a plaster and other rem edies for three weeks for a bad lame cations affected a cute. tor sale STATEHOOD by All iirugglsts. CHINAMEN HAD REGll- PAPERS Suspects Finally Released Af ter Several Weeks' Imprisonment. United States Commissioner H. It. Whiting yesterday In the court house heard the testimony adduced by the Cnited States against ten two Chli meri, Wong Goey and Wong Yen, wiio werr charged with being unlawfully; in the United States. The complaint against these men was made by Uni ted States Chinese Inspector W. B. Green. On August 4th last, Mr. Green found these men on the train coming Into Albuquerque. They had ticket from Demlng, N. M. On request of Mr. Green they produced their cer tificates. Wong Goey had a mer chants certificate in good form and undoubtedly genuine. Wong Yen had a laborers certificate also genuine. Mr. Green allowed these men to reach Albuquerque and did not ar rest them. After he reached his of fice it occurred to him that If these men had actually been in Demlng, the Chinese Inspector at that place would have vised their certificates. He accordingly returned to the depot and arrested the men. He suspected that they hail entered the United states through Mexico and had In some way avoided the Inspectors on the border and at Demlng. On Aug. 12th they were brought for trial be fore Commissioner Whiting when the case was continued until the 26th on account of the absence of an Inter preter. At that date by consent of counsel the case was continued until September 16th for the purpose of securing the deposition of a mer chant in Boston who knew Wong Goey, At the hearing yesterday the Uni ted States was represented by As sistant United States District Attor ney E. L. Medler and the defendants were represented by It. w. D. Bryan. Inspector Green testified that the certificates were perfectly regular and that he discovered later that the Chinese Inspector at Demlng was ab sent on his vacation at the time the two Chinamen were In Demlng; hj also said that he had been told by a Chinaman In this city that one of these men had confessed that they were In Mexico, but later it was found that, this information was in correct. Commissioner Whiting on the evidence released the men. Wong Yen will profoably remain In the city and engage In business. Wong Goey who has been a merchant in Boston for the last eleven years, Is now em ployed by his company Wong Wuoug Sing, as manager and his duties at present are to look up desirable busi ness openings for the members oT his company. , ALBUQUERQUE MEN VISIT CHICAGO Well Known KesldcnU of Till City Iicnve for East Tomorrow Even ing on ItiislncMs Connected With the Advancement of Territory ami City. A party of well known Albuquer que business men will leave on the flyer tomorrow night for Chicago on business of considerable Importance to Albuquerque and In fact, the ter ritory at large. Those who will go expect to remain for a week or ten days. They may go on to New York before returning. In the party will be Col. W. S. Hopewell. W. S. Strlckler. M. W. Flournoy, O. N. Marron and C. F. Wade. It Is understood that the party will be met In Chicago by several wealthy eastern men who are Identified with several New Mexico enterprises. CliamlM-rliitn's Cougli Itomcdy One ol tho Ict on tlio Market. For many years Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy has consantly gained In favor and popularity until It Is now one of the most staple medi cines In use and has an enormous sale. It Is Intended especially for acute throat and lung diseases. such as coughs, colds and croup, and can always be d epended upon .It Is pleasant and safe to take and Is un doubtedly the best In the market for the purpose for which It Is In tended. Sold by All Druggists. Are you looking tor something? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit It talks to the people and they talk to you. A. J. MORRLLT Merchant Tailor Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits CLEANED, PRESSED and REPAIRED tOS North First Street SUGAR FREE! ' srti.Ml i iii:i: at the CASH IU Y-l-:il.S' I'MON. You nn also kuvc money on clotliing for nu n ami Imij i. SIIOI-S for 'v-r ImmI). II TS for liltle ami big. I Mil'.KW i: All, wool Hl l dctHIMl, all hiiu-s. lUtY GOOIS. OlIAMTi: AND I'lNW Altll anil tlx- higgi-xt ImrgnliiH III t.KIH I lill.S In tl.U city. Wlih I'ji -I i grmvry order amounting to 95 I M)ini(ls of sugar froo at tlio CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 North Second STAPLE AMI FANCY GltOC-KKIES Iti Kt tirade of liour. Coffees, Teas and Spices a Specialty. i:fi-vthing In market always on litind "Tilt; liK-ST ALWAYS." Phone 21H Mm V. tvntrnl Ave. THERE IS A REASON WHY You should see the new and elegant up-to-date stock of goods at T. M AH ARAM'S 016 tVest Central i Tk rAt H 5 Ml We Have Just Received a Full Line of Carpets and Rugs Come and See Them. OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST ! ALBERT 308-3 10W. Central Avenue .... Staab Building f WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices Where 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 Savoy Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor Superior Lumber and Mill Go. We have the only planing mill In the southwest that Is equip ped to make Sash. Doors, Mouldings, Store Fronts and Fixtures or anything that a first class planing mill Is expected to do at reason able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order (or mill work. SOUTH OF VIADUCT JOCXJCXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOC Inley Cycle Co. 20eVl-;2 Went Gold BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING $0CX3OCXDOOOOOOOCX3 Cxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxi g HOME B OUTFITTERS Every Thing Necessary for Housekeeping K DAVIS & Z EARING 303 W. Gold Ave. kXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXt' C. F. Allen Galvanized Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and Storage Tanks, Hot Air furnaces, Tin Roofing, .Guttering, etc. General Jobbing 305 West Gold Your Children's Eyes DEsr.lSVE VOl'lt HIGHEST COX. SIIU.K ATIOX. Xcglc-t of tin-in now, during their mtIiooI age when the ..train is great, may mean much suffering in after life, which Is easily avoided ikhv. Let us examine them; we will tell you their exai t condition without charge. C. H. CARNES, O. D. The Central Avenue Optician 111 Central Ave. Phone 452. HOTEL PALACE Everything New and First Class Rates Reasonable Opposite Depot Owen Dins-dale I'Ror. I i' ' I -if 4 i' f FABSR'S B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Beauty Parlors 120 South Fourth St. Hair Dressing Fclal Manage Shampooing Eleclroloila Scalp Treatment Manicuring Children's Hair Cutting We manufacture all kinds of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com plete line of Switches, Pompa dours, Puffs. Wigs, etc. KEAIi IIAIK NETS Sanitary French Hair Rolls. The new pomp Wave. All shades to be worn under the hair Instead of ruffing one's own novelties in back and slds combs. Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter, Proprietors H IIIIIIIITTITTIIlTIITTIIIll Consult a Reliable Dentist Full Set of Teeth Gold Filling $1.50 up Gold Crowns $6 Painless Extracting.. ,$0c $8 ALL WOHK AHSOLLTELY GCAR--ANTEED. DIIS. COPP and PETTIT. IIOO.M 13. N. T. AK.MIJO ItLDG. it TRIED and TRUE" Loose leaf Ledgers and De vices have been "tried" and found to be "true." Have YCU Given Them a Trial ? We make all styles and sizes, also special ruling and BLANKBOOKS H. S. LITHGOW, Book Binder and Rubber Stamp Maker Rhone 924, 312 W. Gold, SCHWARTZMAN & WITH Meat, Poultry and Fish 211 W. Central, Tel. 928 on