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aXBUQUlTRQUE EVENING CniZKtt. rain ay. nrx-KMnKu in. imt. PAGE French Bakery Bread and Cakes ARE GETTING FAMOUS That's the Kind Your Mother Wat ; 7 Trying to Make Edwards & Nickel 202 East Central The MOST POPULAR, DINING ROOM IN THE CITY Columbus' Hotel COCXXXXXXXXDOOCX3CXXXXXXXXXX) HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Works The most up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in the city. J. A. Gardner, Prop, 109-11 West Silver Ave. Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week, Day or Meal. MRS.E.K. NORRIS J tO Eait Coal Avenue WAGON LOADS OF TOYS AI HAWLEY'S This is my last year in the toy business. My store la full of them, and there are unopened boxes of them stored away. I believe I have more toys by a half than any other store In the city, and every one of them must get out by the first of the year. I need the room for other lines, and In order to get it, will cut and slash at the prices until you can't help but buy. If you can't find what you wish among my toys, you are pretty hard to please. They run In value from one cent to twelve dollars, and slop at all stations between. ' A partial list: Teddy Bears, old one and cabs, dolls, large and small, doll carriages, go-carts, trunks, houses, stoves, dish es, beds, and everything else a doll needs. Automobiles, trycycles, wag ons, wheelbarrows, tool cheats, trains, engines that run, hose carts, me chanical toys of all kinds, air rifles, trumpets, drums, balls, games, banks, ' cash registers tops, Noah's arks, ani mal toys, etc., etc. The point yon want to remember is that THKY MUST GO, REGARD LESS OF PRICE, and go at once. 11AW LKY ON TI1K CXltXIIt. Opposite Powtoffloe. -. o CHRISTMAS &AI.K OK GltOCKJUfcS FOR TKN 1AYS. S lb Las Cruces tomatoes, at 2 cans for 25c. 2 lb Best Standard corn, per can 10c. 2 lb 3est Succatash, 2 cans 25c. Fruits ftMOJted, cans peaches. I cans strawberries, 6 plums, 6 necto rines. AH . for 4.00. IbG tA.fi hominy, 12V4?. Largo bottle ketchup, 20c", iMoka and Java 40c coffee, 30c. Best kraut, per gal., 35c. Best case eggs. Pf dz- 25c- Butter you can't beat, ii Ib for 5c. Evaporated apples, 2 lbs for 25c. 40-60 prunes, 2 lbs for 25c. Best potatoes. 12 ns for 25c. All goods guaranteed. Htop driver, phone us, or Call at store. - - s.-i . ' " J. F. PALMER. 601 North First street. 1 1 o ' The reason we do so much ROUGH DRY work is because we do it right and at the price you cannot afford to have it done at home. IMPERIAL LAUXDRY CO. DeWltfs Kidney and Bladder Pills relieve backache, weak kidneys, and inflammation of the bladder. Sold by J H. O'K'tUy. Native aiul eHtrn corn. Excellent f-l for writl iilrr u a low price. K. W. Fee, 02-eoi South Fin St., I'liune 16. Our shirt and collar work Is per fect. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH" is the proper thing. W lead others follow. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO.... . . If you want anytntng on earth, yos can get It through the want column of The Evening Cltisen. Wt get re mits. , j.' i - -' ? . For the Christmas Tradox We bought more hrAYlly of beautiful cowls UwiT? present comll tions Jnstify, and In order to move these goods quickly, we are n Hiking prices lower than they sliould be sold for. Makje Belectiona now wlille the stock Is complete. Rich Cut Giant, tlie moot bean tlful Hand ralnted China ever sIiowti In Uw rtljrj Leather Goods, Toilet Sets, Shaving Beta, Baby Sets, Dainty Perfumes. Toilet Wa ters, Box Candies. Don't fall to Inspect our stock. N. B.: Our Prescription Department always In charge f registered PharniaciMs. J. H. O'RIELLY CO. " The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Lot Angeles SOUTHERN HEW C ADAPTED TO ORANGE Man From Phoenix Says It Is Has a Carload In Albuquerque. 'The southern part of this territory-ought to become a rich o ran go growing country," said W. P. Crump, of Phoenix. Arts., today. "The coun try and the climate are adapted to It and I believe oranges could be grown there as successfully as they are grown around Phoenix." lMr. Crump is here with a carload of Washington naval organces grown near Phoenix which he Is introduc ing to the local market. "The growers around Phoenix re alize from $150,000 to $200,000 from the orange crop this year, I believe," continued Mr. Crump. "Between fifty and sixty cars have been shipped and more -than a hundred carloads will be shipped before the season is' over. "The bulk of the crop goes to New York, and Boston because it com mands a higher price there. Early in the season Phoenix dranges netted $8 a box in New York and now they are selling as high at $7.75. We get our oranges on the market before Thanksgiving. "When the Roosevelt dam Is com pleted the Salt river valley will blossom out as a great orange grow ing and fruit raising country. Grow ers can get their oranges on the mar sooner than the California, growers and Arizona oranges command a much higher price.' IS MADE A MAJOR Amos W. Kimball, whose appoint ment as major in the quartermaster service of the United States army was confirmed by the senate yester-da--W a son-in-law of Perfecto Ar mijo, sheriff of this county, and Is well known in Albuquerque and throughout the territory for that matter. According to Col. John Borra daJle, of this city, one of the veteran army men of Albuquerque, Kimball first enlisted in the army at the first call of troops for the fcianlsh-Amerl-can war in the California volunteers. He went! to the Philippines during the early part of the Filipino insur rgctlon and served two years before returning to the United States. He re-enl!9ted in the regular army in the quartermaster service and re turned to the Philippines for the second time. His advancement in the army has been phenomenal. ELKS' BAND GIVES DELIGHTFUL DANCE The Elks' band gave its first an nual ball at the Elks' opera house last night. About two hundred were present and spent a very enjoyable evening. Music was furnished by the Elks' band which was under the di rection of Marcellus C. Grady. The opening selection was from Lucia di Lammermoore by Do mil -zettl, a most difficult piece, which was given a splendid rendition by the band. The players were encored again and again after each selection. The committees in charge of the ball were as follows: Arrangements Ben Dlgneo, Nor man Hodgson, George Davis, Marcel lus C. Grady. Reception Charles White, E. L. Washburn, Leon Hertzog, S. H. Pi card. Floor dlarry Weiller, Clifford Hayden, Harry Hoffman and Harry Benjamin Nye G. Martin. WRECKED TRAINS ARRIVED IHIS MORNING Trains delayed by the rear end collision of the two sections of pas senger train No. 1 at Delhi, Colo., arrived In Albuquerque this morn ing. No one from this city was on the, wrecked trains. The injured are: A. Staahe, Santa Fe. Bruised head; H. S. Wilkie, San Diego, Cal.. bruised head and hip; Mrs. J. S. Donnell, Long Beach, Calif., Dead cut; Pattie n. Hinchman, lo!a. Kan., are bruis ed; Mrs. N. ' M Terry, Los Angeles. Cal., head and back bruised; Mrs. J. E. Huber, Los Angeles, Cal.. back hurt; Anna L. Day, Ualesburg, 111., head bruised. A pair of our up-to-date shoes or slippers comts always handy and as a Christmas gift they are more ap preciated than anything ebe. Our stock of stylish foot wear offers you Just what you want and at prices you are willing to pay. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. Nothing mors appropriate for Christmas than a photograph. One dozen cabinet photographs $3.00. MILLET BTCDIO, 215 Wet Railroad Avenue. A box social will be given at the Congregational church Friday even ing, . December 13th by the Junior Endeavors. A suitable program will be rendered. Come, bring a friend. Overcoats almost given away at tit hi South' Second street, -' EL PASO GIVES CURREY PARTY A HEARTY WELCOME Dr Harrison Says The Pass GIty Will Help With Irri gation Congress. Dr. George W. Harrison, who ac companied Governor Curry and Col. W. S. Hopewell to El Paso to stir up Interest and enthusiasm in the com ing Irrigation congrew, returned to Albuquerque today. Governor Curry and Colonel Hopewell will arrive in the city tonight, "In El Paso we met the bankers and prominent business men," said Dr. Harrison. "W told them of what preliminary plans we have al ready formulated for the congress and they assured us of their support. Everybody showed a keen interest In the congress." While in El Paso, Governor Curry, Colonel Hopewell and Dr. Harrison called on Judge A. B. Fall. The gub ernatorial party was entertained by the business men of the city. A re ception followed by a smoker was given in Maccabee hall last night. Felix Martinez, representing the El Paso Water Users' association. Governor Curry, Colonel Hopewell and others delivered addresses. Busi ness men gave short talks on Irriga tion and pledged their support to Al buquerque In caring for the coming National Irrigation congress. ALLEGED NORSE THIEF ARRESTED HERE TODAY Charged With Stealing Team and Wagon at Santa Fc Property Recovered. 1 1 -ioeiy rouowing the receipt of a telegram from Sheriff Closson of nanta xe. Deputy Sheriff Armljo ar resied a man, Jones by name, at a wagon yard near the Santa Fe tracks on the charge of stealing a team of horses and a wagon at Santa Fe. The stolen property was recovered. Jones was taken to the county Jail and Sheriff Armljo took possession of the team and wagon. Jones would make no natement this afternoon re garding the alleged theft Kherllf Closson has been notified and. Is ex peced here this evening to take charge of Jones and the team and wagon. HOTEL ARRIVALS. Alvartulo. Mrs. Louis Hecker, Belen: H H MuCord, Las Cruces; J. L. Hoffman, Denver; J. Fleming, Belen; R. E. Twitchell, Las Vegas; C. J. Morrison and wife, Topeka; I. Carley, Chi cago; F. J. Luebbert, Santa Fe; J. Stein, Las VeKas; H. Shawnoss, Ox ford, Eng.; Mrs. H. Montgomery, Naco, Ariz.; E. F. Wilson, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Jefferies. Chicago. St urn-ex. R. A. Avery and wife, Socorro; C. G. Rhodes, Denver; J. Sayne, New York; W. Ferguson, Kansas City; D. MoGlllivray, Hstancla; F. C. Prouse, Detroit; J. W. Burke, Marlon. Ind; O. A. Keller, Peru, 'nd.: It. E. Per kins. Junction, Ariz.; Wm. D. Rad cliffe, TJelen; T. J. Bower, Denver; E. L. Jones, Havena. Ohio. Granil Central. W. L. Lonfborron, Greeley, Colo ; J. Cuming, El Paso; c. H. Purcell Chicago; Bert Dunn, Winslow; H. L. Lyman, Mcsllla. Savoy. J. Powell, Fairmont, Ind.: James E. Brown. Williams, Ariz.; E. Wln das, Gallup. Crulg. Chas. Berkland. El Paso; G. Har ris. John iJhmldt, Raton; E. Gray. Carlsbad. A WOMAN'S BACK. Hie Aches and Pains Will Disappear If the Advice of This Albuquerque Citizen Is Followed. A woman's back has many aches and pains. Most times 'tis the kidney's fault. Backache is really kidney ache; That's why Doan' Kidney Pills CUrs it. " Wm. Sangulnette. living at 41S N. Sixth St., Albuquerque, N. M., says: "My wife suffered a great deal with pains in her back, which became se vere when necessity required even a slight strain on the muscles of ths back. If she would sweep sht com plained of her back aching. Soma three years ago she was advised to use Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a box. They afforded her quick and genuine relief and from that time on she has appealed to them as occasion might require and always obtained most satisfactory results. We ar convinced that there is nothing mors effective for disordered kidneys than Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Pries COc Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y.. sore agents for the United States. Remember ths name Doan's and take no other. 18. o Bring us your jot or. Prices the very lowest and tha work will stand Inspection anywhere. Business I ! 1 -For., Christmas ' J r;:: Buyers .," ' We have removed from our safes, refinished and placed on tale a fine collection of Unredeemed Pledges Almost my' Style of Jewelry yon nay wish, wltk or without DIAMONDS Consisting of. RINGS. WATCHES, IU1ACELETR. STX PR, SCARP TINS, MATCH HOXES, BIUMK1IKS, XBS, WATCH ?HAINR, ItH'KETK, CVKF UrrrO.N'fi. NECK CHAINS AND OTHER JEWELRY IN IiAHGE VARIETY. WB GET THESE GOOIX4 OV LOANS, AT LESS THAN THEIR REAL VALVE.' AND YOU GET TUB BENEFIT BY BUYING OF US. Come early, Select your Xmas Purchases and we will lay the goods away for you till wanted Y A N Phone 452 oecoeoeoeoeoecoeoeooe C. 'Examination FREE. eoeoeoeccoeooeoeoeoeoeoec GRAFTER IS GIVEN TEN DAYS John Lowry, a petty grafter, has been in Albuquerque only' three days but In that time he learned that the Non-tfectarlan Benevolent society had just cleared over VoOO from their charity ball and he began lay ing plans to spend a few weeks at ease here on the society's charity fund. iBut his plans failed and. he la now serving a ten days' sentence In the county Jail for drunkenness. Lowry first went . to Rev. , Fletcher " Cook, rector of the St.. ' Johu's Episcopal church, and told the sympathizing minister a story of an uphill battle for health and a bare living. Lowry represented himself as a victim of tuberculosis, 'unable to work and without funds. He was re ferred to Mrs. H. B. Ray, of the Non-Soctrian Benevolent society, and applied to her for help. He wanted a meal ticket and money to pay for a room.. ;. . f- -yi - Lowry made as pathetic and as touching a plea as a Hsngry hobo could, but Mrs. Ray beoame suspi cious and deferred giving the meal ticket a day. That1 was yesterday. Last night Lowry was arrested on Central avenue by Officer Knapp for trying to sell bogus Jewelry. He was drunk and had a half I dollar and many clieap rings in his pocket. He was trying to sell ths rings to passersby. Lowry admitted he had tried to work the Benevolent society for a week's board. ESTANCIA AUTOS . ARE BUZZING AGAIN Ilia t'rs WTO Resume Carrying Ius seiiKcrs Actohm Uio MonutuiiiM Tomorrow. Duncan MoGlllvrny, the new gen eral manager of the Albuquerque- KMtancla Automobile company to I gether with F. M. MeClOBkey his pre- decessor arrived in this city from 1 Extancla yesterday afternoon in car No. 1 under the guidance of Chau- ffeur Pearl Bacon, and were followed shortly afterward by car No. 3 under ' Chauffeur Hendricks, a late acquisi tion who recently participated in one of the big automoolle meets in New York City. Mr. McGllllvray reports that the line will resume operations tomor row morning, the first car starting from Sturges' hotel at 8 o'clock and arriving In Wlllard at 2:80. The one coming In the opposite direction will leave Wlllard at 8 o'clock, arriving here at 'i o'clock In the afternoon. The company has recently encount ered considerable difficulty through bad roads and from other causes as a result of which they were, obliged to I withdraw the lervice for a time. They are now engaged In the con struction of thlrty-ons mUes of new road on the completion of which the route will be changed to. go by the way of Frost. A new stop will then be included at San Pedro. -When all is completed and smooth running as sured application will be made for a mall contract between Albuquerque and the. valley towns. - - Those who have not tried the new line will find a ride through the Tt Jeras canyon and through the rapid ly growing Estancla valley settle, rnent not only exhilarating hut In structive as well. ' SATTKDAY'S SPECIAL KALE. Pettijohns Breakfast Food 11c Scouring soap 6c t pieces of tar soap i 10c S 2-lb cans of tomatoes 26c Macaroni per pkg Sc Oorn starch 6c 2 ds fresh Kansas eggs 6c Portum Cereal 20c Sago, per pkg loo S pkgs of mince mai 25c Eagle milk, per can 16e Native apples, per lb 6c We are showing on 'of Hh best assortments of holiday goods to be found in town. '-t-.fc, THE MAWS.. . , ., Wm. klKKE, IToprlvtor. ' ' O W 114 W- Central FOR CHRISTMAS What would be more appreciated than 600D VISION Call at my office and I will toll yon bow you ran nutke fa titer or mother a pnwnt of a fine pair ot ' , . : Gim0 Guarmnt9td to Fit Correctly H. CARNES, Oph. D. 114 West Central, PHONE 4 5 J. WHAT MARKET AFFORDS FOR SUNDAY (Hot hoiu-e lettuce has made Its ap pearance on the local market and Is bringing five rents a bunch and up. Other commodities remain the same and the nearness of Christmas does not seem to stir up any activity in the local produce market. Following is this week's uuotatlons: Vegetables. Celery, Be up; Hubbard squash, 5c; pumpkins, Sc; potatoes, 10 lbs. for 25c; sweet potatoes, S lbs. for 25c; spinach, . 2 He; cabbage, 6c; beets, Sc; carrots, 5c; turnips, 6c; dry onions, . 6c; green onions, 2 bunches, 6c; parsnips, 6c; lettuce 5c. Fruit. Bananas, 40c; apple, 10c; lemons, 25c and up; pears, 15c; cranberries. 2 pts for 25c; cocoanuts, 10 and 15c; oranges. 30 to 90o doz.; grape?, 20c lb and up. llsh. .bass, 15c; catfish, 20e; rock cod, 15c; flounder, 15c; oysters, S6c a pint; nu.nfi.--h, 15c; salmon, 25c; smelts, 10c. Mint. Beef. 8 to 20c; pork, 15 to 20c; veal, 16 to 20c; mutton. 10 to 20c; spring lamb, 12 Vic to 20c; ham, 15 to 19c; sausage. 2 lbs for 25c; spring chicken, 18c; geee, 18c; hamburger, 2 lbs for 25c; hens, 18cr squabs, 17Vic; ducks, 20c; turkeys, 24c. NEW FOUNTAIN IS YET A SITE Action In the matter of securing a site for the city s new drinking foun tain for horses and dogs, a gift from the National Humane Alliance of New York City, will be taken at the meeting of the city council Monday night. The massive granite fountain has not been moved from the' car in the Santa Fe yards yet. It. W. D. Bryan, president of the New Mexico Humane society, who secured the gift for Albuquerque, is expected to return from Chicago In time to attend the meeting of the council Monday night and aid in se lecting and securing a site. Councilmen have about abandoned the idea of getting the Santa Fe to reconsider its action in backing out of an agreement .to furnish a site for the fountain at the northeast corner of Central avenue and First street and are now casting about for a cen trally located place to put the new gift. Several business men have sug gested that the fountain be placed at Fourth street and Gold ave nue opposite the new federal build ing. i Gims play VARSITYGIRLS TONIGHT Other Gaines on tlie Tapes The Ca ul no AVI11 be tlie Scene of Uie Conflict. All Is In readiness for ths game tonight, the second of a series be tween the girls' basket ball teams of the Normal school at Las Vegas and the University of New Mexico at the Casino In Old Albuquerque. Tha Normal quintet accompanied by a number of rooters arrived in Albuquerque this afternoon. The game promises to be fast and closely contested, as victory for either team means a whole lot toward the terri torial Intercollegiate championship. The first game at Las Vegas Thanksgiving night resulted In a vic tory for the Normal girls and the varsity five has been practicing dally under the direction of Coach Heald for the contest tonight. The varsity girls' team will play the girls' team of the Indian school Dec. 27 at ths Casino. Following ths girls' game ths boys teams from the University and Indian school will meet. The varsity girls' and Agri cultural girls' team will meet In Las Cruces January 17, SALE CONTINUES Big Redaction in Fountain Peas This Week Only. All $4.00 Pns ". $2.50 All $3.00 Pens $2.00 All $2.60 Pens $,50 All $2.00 Pens $1.25 All $1.00 Pens .65 - ' " ' ' v- Lot Ladies' Hand Baprs worth from $175 to $2.50. Your Choice for $J.C0 Lot Ladies' Hand Bags worth fiom $1.60 to $2.50. Your Choice ................. 75c Lot Ladies' Pocket Books worth from 75c to $3.60. All go for Half Price. w Next to Post Office ' ' , TELEPHONE 1104. . : ooooooooraooooocox There are varieties, of course, in Parlor Furniture Variety of cJesign, of styles of upholstery, of wood, and of prices. To meet all pos sible requirements all kinds of Parlor to suit varied tastes and ter what the'class of goods you are looking for, you may be sure of the best of its kind at the price you want to pay. Full Parlor Suits or separate pieces and carpets to match your furniture choice. ALBERT FABER 308-310 Central Ave. oocooooooooo The IVIiitson He Co. ESTABLISHED 1 882 Representatives of the Only C5IICKERING PIANO Everett, Baumeister, Kimball, Harvard, Schaeffer, Straube. Interior Piano Players. Kimball, Marshall, Wendell, Sheet Music Edison Talking Machines Victor Talking Machines Call and Hear our New Records. Open Evenings ptano Tung ooooooooooono j The Lobby 0 H. H. Ssmucb, Prop. 9 1 115 West Central Ave. 2 K3oocooooooeooo OK. C. H. CONN iff ! oormomATHio pmyoician and1 mumamoN All Cwrsss Ossssss Trtmttd. Ha CMmrf for Comiultat-om. 9 H. T. Army BttUlng w.4s)fl)sr 0 0MS7 OMOm r u; it. 1.11 GIVE US A CHANCE To figure on that bill of lumber. Our lumber comes from our own mills located in the best body of timber In New Mexico. A largs stock of dry spruce dimension on hand. Why not buy ths best when it is Just as cheap T It will pay you to look into this. RIO GRANDE LUMBkH CO. Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette we keep Furniture various Dockets. But no mat- cccooooooocoo ooooooooooooo Fine Wines, Liquors & Cigars Free Lunch Day and Night coooooooooooo Champion GROCERY COMPANY 2S-S4 W. TUe'ras Phone Hi Mstteuccl Bits.. Props. . ib). 1 O.