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ALBUQUERQUE E VESTING dTIZKH. PACK FIVHL, Li TmniiiHininmimit 3 ; 5 E CLUB HOUSE E 3 GOODS WILL 3 SUIT : Club House Goods will suit yotf exactly. Yoa will find them the best you evef, tssed. Clob Hoase customers never change. SPECIAL Fresh Dairy Butter twice week from Malthew'i jersey farm. , , . I A. J. MALOY a 214 Central Avenue ." TITIIItTTTrtTtTITHTIIIIII IXXXXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOOOCXJOCXXJ 8 :. Baked Chicken Oyster Dressing and Cranberry Sauce at the Columbus , Hotel ' TOMORROW nfTooooooexxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) French Bread and Cakes "ARE GETTING FAMOUS That's the Kind Your Mother Was y Trying to Make Edwards & Nickel 202 East Central PRESENTS IMMACULATE STATUE A beautiful statue, the gift of Miss Kate 'Hildebrand, a stranger in the city, was placed on the south wall of the Church of the Immaculte Con ception yesterday morning. The image is the figure of Saint Francis Xavier, the special patron of the West Indies and all America. The statue is elaborately decorated in gold and color and is one of the tln esc religious statues ever brought to the city. Miss Hilderbrand, the donor of the statue, came to Albuquerque fourteen months ago from Delphia, Ind., in march of her health and now she is at the St. Joseph's sanitarium, where today she successfully underwent a serious operation. Upon presenting the etatue to the Immaculate Concep tion church, Miss Hildebrand asked the prayers of all the congregation for the Improvement of her health. CENTRAL AVENUE 20 A crowd of pedestrians and thirty five teams were kept waiting twenty minutes at the Central avenue rail road crossing this morriinp before they, could pass. This speaks well for the volume of freight busln", being done by the Santa Fe '..i.'. but is hardly satisfactory fitl r:r tof cAroT-erT Ion to cro.-s 4-B track,. There is n lly ordinance whl'jh is expressly against train bliyj-iiing the crossings, but the numbor of complaints coming in Indicat that little attention Is paid to this oiQinance by the railroad company. Tiring of waiting at the tVnii-al avenue crossing so long some vf the people went to the crossing at Tlleraa avenue, but arrived there Vmly in time to sea a long freight go iy, ttttfutuiuin :-lMIIV IMHN Ji"tl JH-X Madrid, N. M., Oct. 2a. John Charters. formerly of t Trinidad, was killed .Saturday night at Madrid by a rock fall In a coal mine where he was working. He was 0 years of age ai. J Js survived by his Bakery HOLIDAY GOODS Keep Watch of Our Seven Show Windows Keeping stop with the most progressive Drag House of .the Country, we arc earning complete line of good suitable for Holiday, Mecliling, and AnnlTorsnry Gift. Brilliant Cut Glass, iKiintv Hnnd Tainted Clilnn. lUeh Leather tinmls Dninty Ior fnnies In Cut Glass Bottles, Toilet Sets, Shaving Set, Toilet Water. Unifies, Mirrors nnl Ttilet Articles in single pieces or set, Ilandl Ing thexc goods in large quantities we are able to meet any com petition. N. It.- Onr Prescription and Tmg Iepartinents always In charge of exert registered pliammclsts. J, H. O'RIELLY CO. The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Lot Angeles E WHAT THE SUNDAY . LAWJIEANS The Man With a Thirst Yes terday Had to Quench It With Aqua Pura. The quiet of a Puritan Sabbath almost enervating in its intensity pervaded Albuquerque yesterday. The city's old time reputation for being live one went glimmering among the tall uncut for twenty four long, lingering hours, and a pall of sanctity that you could al most cut with a knife settled over its encred precincts for the sheriff was enforcing the Sunday closing law and enforcing It with a vengenance. The Albuquerquean who a. few months ago dragged out his rusty rasor or rubbed a stubby chin all day Sunday on account of the sud den virtuous spasms of the city bar ber shops, came down town yester day morning to be confronted with a new curtailment of life's comforts. His yearning for a fragrant petfecto after his morning ham and eggs was met by a locked door at the cigar stands; the stationery stands where he was in the habit of 'buying his supply of Sunday reading presented a similar uninviting front; the drug stores were open, but only a man wit), a bad color or a hacking cough could inveigle them into doing busi ness. Paragoric and quinine were open for all comers, but the soda fountain was frozen tight and the cigar caves locked and the key in the . proprietor's pocket at church. One soda ' fountain . proprietor who Interpreted the law as Just missing ills business opened his counter to the thirsty throng for a little while. Before 10 o'clock a deputy sheriff had convinced him of the error of his ways and advised him to get out his boiled shirt and go to church, . t Saloons Deserted. ,: -' And the saloons; a professional strong arm man with a jimmy could not have found even , a crack In, a buck door large enough to work on for the bars were out of business and only the- lonesome swish of the porter's mop enlivened the gruesome scene. Whatever may be said of the abstinence of their patrons, the sa loons at least were "tight" yester day. A Citizen reporter, who made th round of the down town places Sunday afternoon found every door, front and back, barred. Ud on lit Old Town. A "similar -Investigation Jn old town revealed the name condition. A deputy sheriff was kept busy all day patrolling the outlying precincts and no violations were reported. In Hurelas, Dog Town and the new colony of drink emporiums which has sprung up south of the city in recent months, there was nothing tioing. The proprietors had taken the sheriff at his word and gone home to get acquainted with their families. One Bakery Overlooked. A small bakery at the corner of Fourth street and Central avenue, which was overlooked by the sheriff In his rounds Saturday, did a thriv ing business for several hours yes terday morning. When called to tetms by a deputy the proprietor stated that he had received no no tlfcalion of the new program for yesterday. . A few terse words from the deputy closed the offending doors with a bang, and the llow of bread and pies came to a sudden end. The proprietor of the hot tamale wagon, w hich habitually holds forth on First and Central on Sundays, was also told to harness his nag and wheel the offending viands and odors away. Aside from these min or oasos the lid adhered with suffo cating preci.-ion. Harvey Mu'iiin Take thV Hint. Sunday strollers anil passengers on the Santa Fe limited were disap pointed yefterduy by a sign which appeared about noon on the door of the Harvey curio rooms, "Closed on account of the Sunday law." visitors got within the Inviting pre cincts of the Harvey collection of the wonders of the southwest during the day. There had been some que tlon as to whether the law applied to the curio rooms, but the Harvey management did not care to flffer It self ,i a sacrillce In testing ;h rani iticatioiis of the law, X-trgc Attcmianco nt Churches. Synonymous with the rlid en forcement of the Sunday closing law yesterday was the report from all the churches of an unu-ually laru attendance at both mornici and evening servlcs. Jyt now largely this was due tq ihe advent of the long threatened lid Is regarded an soriiennt of a question by many but the fact remains. iteference was made in several pulpits yesterday to the new order and congratulations. oti.red by the clergy on the higher plane of civic probity. IJke the proverbial ill wind, the sheriff's or der yesterday raed considerable protest from many quarters of al leged hardship but tho propagators of the temperance and Sunday clos ing sentiment presented beaming timles of satisfaction. Hard Times In Kansas. The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten In the prosperous Kansas of today; al though a citizen of Codell, Earl Shamburg, has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered, lie says: "i was worn out and discouraged by roughing night and day, and could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough curs and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by !- deal ers. 60c and $100. Trial botUs fiee. ALBUM. 00000000K30000 THE NEW AUTOMOBILES FURNISH PLEASANT They Carry Passengers From Albuquerque to Estancla In Four Hours, If you feel blue and depressed this week and your digestive apparatus Is playing havoc with an ordinarily cheerful disposition don't sit around the house and mope 'but go over to the Springer Transfer company offi ce and get a return ticket for Estan cla. Go while the autumn leaves still cling to the trees and the gaily col ored foliage stands out resplendent against the background of the eter nal hills. Get some fresh mountain air Into your lungs, the music of the sparkling stream in your soul and when you return your features will be decorated with a radiant smile, "the smile that won't come oft." The Albuquerque-Bstancla Auto mobile company furnishes a car leav ing Albuquerque from either 112 West Gold avenue or the Sturges ho tel at 8:30 each morning which will land you In F.stancia In time for lunch. The route carries you across the mesas, through the TIJeras can yon and down the beautiful Kstan cia valley. Stops are made as desir ed at Tijeras, Mountain Valley, Se dillos, Morlarty, Mcintosh, Estancla and Wlllard and the fare Is about, on a par with that charged by the railroads, while the time Is much quicker. Recently a reporter for The Clti sen made the trip over the line through the courtesy of the com pany. The party consisted of Mr. and Mr.. Duncan McGilvray and daughter and A. H. .Garnett, both members of the company, together a Mr. Mead, of Moriarty, and the chaffeur, Mr. Conkey. The trip was made in sections as It was the try out of the new car, number three. The first stage was to TIJeras, where the party stopped over night , with mine host, Jose Domlnquez, former ly of Albuquerque, but Who for the past few years has presided over the business of the Tijeras store and hos telry. Mr. Domlnguez does ' not make a practice any more of pro viding for guests but if you are for tunate enough to gain shelter there, and especially to get a cup of Se nora Domlnguez's surpassing coffee and some of her extra light biscuits you will surely count that night well spent. Sound also will be your sleep in the long whitewashed room with the portraits of countless Domln guez looking down upon you slum ber and keeping vigil over your peaceful dreams'. In the morning tokether with Mr. Mead the reported made the climb to Whitcomb Springs, the beautiful ly situated resort of the Pennsylvania Development company, which Is at present closed for the winter. The view from there is magnificent and well worth a visit. At 10 o'clock some of the party continued the trip to Kstancla where it arrived at 1:30 p. m., after a most exhilarating spin of some 60 miles. The business of the company Is rtsily Increasing and those who take the trip seem greatly pleased with their experience. The equipment consists of three Dolson cars of 50 horse ipower each, besides cars of the makes which It furnishes as desired for excursion parties. At present A. F. McCloskey is the manager, the garrage being on Copper avenue, west of Fourth street. Mr. MoClos key's son. J. Claire McCloskey. Is now at the Dolson company's works at Chariot, Michigan, famllarizing himself with the traits and eneen triclties of the species automobile. BERNALILLO COUNTY OISTO COURT A suit entitled, Schwartzman & With vs. Iguoz Uoeckeler, was filed In the district court today. The plain tiff, demands Judgment against the defendant In the sum of $1,604. al leged to be due for merchandise pur chased, for monies received by the defendant for the use of the firm Of i?Ch a ariznran Sl With, and for and on a count of monies advanced and loaned by the plaln'.ilTs to the de fendant together with cosw o auU. There was tlb4 In the district court today a suit eutltled Laewen stein tiros, vs. Ignoz Uoeckeler and Fred liuxckeler & Co., in which the plaintiffs pray Judgment against the defendant lu ;he sum of $l,a5.0 sl leged to be due for merchandise pitr chased, together with interest and costs of suit. Loewensteln Uros. are engaged In business at floeorro. Cricgu itMiud Uuiity. Jose cirlego, indicted for assault and battery, was tried by Jury in tiie distric t court thU morning ami found fcaUiy as charged. The de faniunt wins commended to cleman cy. On the night of August 28, 1907, at a dance in liarelas, Jose Griego (track one Alberto Cabrera, over the head with a whis,ky bottle. T. C. M'ntoya was the attorney for the de fense. Cornet to on Trial. This afternoon In the district court began the trial of the case of the Territory vs. John Cornetto, Indicted on three counts on the charge of selling liquor to rnTa'ns. The defend ant is now being tried on the sec ond count, that of selling liquor to Luciano Francisco on Dec. 1. 190S. at the defendant's place of .business on First sirret. Attorney E. W. Dob son and W. E. Heacock appear for the defendant and Julius Staab . is conducting the pruscu.'.ien fvr 'be territory. THE SPANISH MISSSION CLOSES ITS Bishop Cranston Pays Touch ing Tribute to Rev. Dr. Harwood. The Methodist Spanish mission conference which was In session In the liowman chapel In old town last week closed Its deliberations yester day. The morning service was de voted to a love feast and In the af ternoon Bishop Cranston delivered a sermon before the conference through Interpretation, Rev. Thomas M. Harwood acting as translator. Four deucons were ordained during this service the following appoint ments were made: Appointments of tlio 'cwr Mexico !$mui1.h!i Mission Conference For 1907-8. Superintendent, Ira Cartwrlght. Albuquerque District. Thomas iM. Harwood, presiding elder, postofftce, Albuquerque, N. M. Albuquerque station, Seneca B. Gar cia; Albuquerque circuit, Thomas M. Harwood; Antonio and Conejos (Colorado), Zacarlas Pnlazar; Costil la and San Tablo (Colorado), Ito mulo iuaso; Cerro and Quest, Pablo L. Martinez; Dulce and Apache, Cruz J. Martinez; Etancla and Chlll II, E. C. Chavez; Magdalena and Kelly, JO. M. Chavez; Penasco and Llano, Bartolome Gonzales; peralta and La Joya, R. C. Salazar; Rio Honda circuit, C. Varos; San Marclal and Valverde, H. O. Costales; Santa Fe and Espanola, to ibe supplied; Socorro and Bscondlda, Santiago Chavez: Taos and Ranchito. E. Mon toya; W. W. Havens, superintendent New Mexico-Arizona Anti-Saloon league; Thomas Harwood, president Albuquerque College Boys' Biblical and Industrial school. Kl Paso and Arizona District. Leandro Fernandez, presiding eld er. Demtng circuit, Juan C. Chavez; Dona Ana circuit, Evangelista Can delarla; , Douglas circuit, Dlnnlsio Costales; El Paso circuit, Luis P. TIerre; Hatch circuit, Jose C. Tru Jillo; Hillsboro circuit Manuel Flores; Falomas circuit, .Manuel Flores; Sanchez circuit supplied by Bernado Parra; Tucson circuit, Eplgmenlo Flores. I41.4 Veens District. Samuel Pndilla, presiding elder. Watrous, IN. IM. Barney Pasamonte and Leon, L. Romero; Black Lake, Agapito Mares; Clayton, A. C. Gon zales; Gallina, to be supplied by Ig naclo Salazar; Las Vegas, supplied by Samuel Padllla; Raton, Juan San doval; Springer and Rojrr Ernesto B. Garcia; Veda and Folmm, Gablno Garcia; Wagon Mound, A. A. Maes; Ocate, supplied by J'esus Salazar. Earl Cranston, president; Thomas M. Harwood, secretary. Bishop Cranston took occasion during the service to render a touch ing tribute to the many years of service given by the venerable Dr. Thomas Harwood, who has served as superintendent of Spanish missions ht this territory for the past 88 years, a-term unequalled In duration by any o.ther superintendent in the Methodist church. ., . , .. REV. M'AFEE GIVES INTERESTING TALK ',V I Rev. J. Ernest j.IcAfee, associate secretary of the Presbyterian iboard of home missions with, headquarters in New York City, Ls now in Albu querque and occupied the pulpit of the First Presbyterian church last evening. Mr. McAfee is a. fluent speaker and his address on "The Need of a Gospel for Prosperity" was listened to with wraft attention by hU audience. In the course of his talk the speaker advanced the idea that the field for home missions was not confined to places in which poverty and distress were moBt prevalent, but that a promising out look was aften found In the districts where wealth was much In evidence. His argument was a new one to most of his audr-hce and excited fav orable comment at the close of the services. The secretary is in the southwest on a tour of investigation, during which he Is holding conferences with the local missionaries of the denomi nation. He will be in Santa Fe to morrow on business in connection with his work. The death of Frank Morris, aged 28 years, died last night after a res idence of one month in this city, Undertaker B. K. Adams has noti fied relatives of the deceased In Chllleothe, Mo., and the remains will probably be shipped to that city for interment. Yesterday at her home In San Jose occurred the death of Miss Margarita Baca, aged 23 years, as the result of pneumonia. The fun era! will be held tomorrow and Fr. er Tommaslnl will conduct the ser vices. Interment in Han Jose ceme tery. ttU'tuttiiinii f Bookkeeper, familiar with e most intricate lysterhsy wants evening work. Expert, Address1 5 Bookkeeper, cart Citizen. "e f I I t H I I I ( M I t I Knlhli.g more appropriate for Christmas than a photograph. One dozen cabinet photographs $3.00. MII.I.KT KlllHO, 213 e-t T.uilroad Awn tie. o For household goods, call on Clias. I.. KcpiR'luv. 3 17-ll south Second. o - The Missionary soc:ety of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. J. O. Wagner. 623 West Fruit avenue on Friday after noon at 2:30 o'clock. vk Mr.irr all coMi'irnroits IV THICKS ON MOVKS, KWt.llS AM I'l KMTI IIK. IMltrtAlAlLX 117 WKST GOLH AVKNCK. o ' Bed steads from $2.50 and up. Fu- tvelle Furniture Co. TOO LATE TO CliASSlFT. FOll fiALK At a sacrifice, Under wood typewriter; good as new. Call at Millett .Studio 215 West Rail road avenue. FOR BBNT 4 room hvie furnlsh ed Apply 7f'0 New York avenue. VuH .SAI-K Ji iii'6 Jfr-y cow, I years old. Apply 7 New York avenue. U. S. .SENATOR FORMER FAVORS SINGLE STATEHOOD (Continued From Page One.) heard a great deal about the unde slrablllty of the agricultural lands in New Mexico. I have somei figures here which will show that they are at least sought after by people who are hunting for homes In that far distant frontier country. From June, 80, moo, when the last census was taken, down to the 20th day of De cember. 1902, there were entered at the various land offices In New Mex ico, most of them being homestead entries, 1,271,517 acres." In reference to the charge that New Mexico was suffering from stag nation, Mr. Foraker ald: "A greater libel was never utter ed against a brave and Intelligent and patriotic people. 1 cite to you the postofrlre receipts, 1 cite to you the Internal revenue receipts, I cite to you the construction of railroads to show that they are anything but stagnant. There is as much business activity there, for the number of people, as you can find' among 200, 000 American citizens anywhere where the flag of America floats. Nowhere will you find greater ac tivity. It is tfie very opposite of stagnation." In speaking of the old Spanish land grants, 'Senator Foraker said: "I have here the report of the Uni ted States attorney for the court of private land claims. According to It, that court has settled the title to more than 20,000,000 acres. These Spanish land grants, long years ago made, overlapping each other and duplicating each other, made It al most Impossible for anybody to go Into New Mexico and get a good title. Out of the 26,000,000 acres that were Involved in these Spanish land grant claims the court rejected all except about 2,000,000 acres, thus returning more than 20,000,000 acres to the public domain. - "It is because these claims have been settled that men can go there now and get title which they could not heretofore, and tot' that reason they are going." In an other part of the speech he said: "I claim with respect to New .Mex ico, it being a territory organized by us, that- she has reached a point, as shown by the last census, where her population is sufficiently large to in dicate that he is entitled to admis sion to statehood as a strict moral right under the treaty by which she was ceded by Sexlco to the United States." The senator further states: "In the recent war with Spain both Ari zona and New MexJco responded promptly at the first call, and from these came the gallant men who as a part of the rough riders helped to make history and helped to make a president of the United States." In regard to the Inhabitants of the territory he says: "It is con tended that a large part of the In habitants of New Mexico are Knan. iards and Mexicans. The truth about that is that a majority are of the Spanish-Mexican race, some of them living there before the territory was ceded to us, some of them coming there from Mexico since, most of them, however, born there. Nearly all of them, while apeaklng their own language, are able, however, to speak and understand our language, and those people are aiding the Americans who have gone there to develop the country and build it up and make It a great strong, wealthy, capable commonwealth, such as It Is rapidly becoming." A WARM PROPOSITION These cold mornings and evenings remind . us of warm underwear, blankets, and quilts. We have got them. Before you buy call and com pare quality and price. A good fleece ribbed garment for women at 25c, others SOo to 11.25. Agood fleece ribbed garment for men 35o, others 60c to 11.25. Children's underwear 16c to 40c, as to sizes. Hlnnkets 50c to $10. Quilts $1 to $3.50. CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 Korth Second IT WILL PAY YOU to walk down two blocks and get a $2S suit for $17.50, a $22 suit for $14.50, a $25 overcoat for $16 and a $20 overcoat for $12.60. ' Cash E. MAHARAM'SorCndit SI e Wett Central Fair Signs and Decorations Work well done no delay At prices you can surely pay. Statu your plan and he will tit it And you'll be glad that "STACY DID IT" IMtone 741. 32S South 2nd St. Consult a Reliable Dentist Full Set of Teeth Gobi lining $1.50 up Gold Crowns IS I'aliilcss Extracting.. . M)c $8 ALL WOKK ARSOLLTKLT GCAR AXTEKD. I)ItS. COPP and PETTTT. ROOM 13. N. T. ARMIJO BLIK3. TAKE TIME BY THE FORELOCK (He Is Bald Behind.) The proper time to consider the seri ous consequences of long pontlnued Kye Strain is s NOW The highest authorities declare that 75 to trtl -r cent of all headaches are doe to Eye fctraln. It is one of the most common symptoms but there are many others. Come in and let us explain your case, Ex amination Free. C. H. CARNCG, O. D. U't W. Ceutral Ave. ritone 453. ALBERT FABER 30 3-31 0 CENTRAL AVENUE lIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIllllrilfllltlTITtllTIIIIIInil Arrangements Completed for Handling J FRESH MEAT I In Connection with the former S GROCERY BUSINESS EVERYTHINQ-BOTH LINES-BEST QUALITY j LOMMORI & CO. 823 SOUTH SECOND. TIIOXE 791. IIXimiUXXIXI-JCXIIIXIXIIIXXXXXUXXXXIIIIIIIXIXXXTI CCXXXXXXXXXJOOOOOCOO Insley Cycle Co. i 20H l-2 Went Gold C BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING 1 iOOCCCXXXXXXXXXXXX WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent . 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L1THGOW Itookbluder, I1-rM 9.1. Rubber btuJiip Maker. Sid V. Gold. For the Man of the House Nothing is more Fopu- x lar nowadays than a Chiffonier or Bache lor's Wardrobo We show them in all grades, and newest patterns, and all desira ble finishes. , Prices all the way from 10.00 to $78.00 B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCL. S-J ELECTRIC COVAPA NY COAL AMERICAN BLOCK. CKRRILLOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace, Mixed. Not. CLEAN GAS COKE. . SMITHING COAT NATIVE KINDLING. IX)U CASH ONLY. WOOD . TELETnONE 9t. W. II, HAHN & CO. C. F. Allen Galvanized Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and Storage ranks, Hot Air Furnaces, Tin Raofin?. Ss5-s;- Gutterln?. etc. o General Jobbing 305 West Gold ZTxrxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxri rns far lei an Beauty Parlors 120 South Fourth St. Hilr Dressing Fclsl Manage S 9-impoouif CKCirouisis Scalp Treatises! Manltsrlof Chlidrea'a Hair Cutting We manufacture all kinds M of Ladles' Hair Goods. Com- M plete line of Switches, pompa dours, Puffs. Wigs, etc. HEAL 1IAIH NETS Sanitary French Hair Rolla The new pomp Wave. All M shades to be worn under tbe H hair instead of ruffing one's rf own novelties in back and side Z combs. Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter, 3 Priprlelors XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ It and recommended It many times, and the results have never yet dlsap-. pointed me." Mr. Brock Is publisher f the Aberdeen, Ml, Enterprise for sale by all. druggists.