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'ALBUQTJJK'RQUE EVENING OTTIZEX
TUESDAY. DECEMBER 17, l07.
iB&McmiUJPTWA u,m mtiimiujie
Bill Nye's Comic Histories, Peck's Bad
Boy Series and many others
Bee our $1 Painting Play Book at 35c
Holiday Goods of All Description
Moving Teddy Bear Books at 25 cents
Including Big Line of Juvenile and Humorous Books-
Next Door to Postoffice
Bread and Cakes
; ARE GETTING FAMOUS
That' the Kind Your
Trying to Make
Edwards & Nickel
202 East Central
IN THE CITY
Cleaning and Pressing
The, most up-to-date
cleaning and pressing
parlors in the city.
J. A. Gardner, 'Prop,
109-It West Silv.r Ave,
FOUNTAIN IS STILL
WITHOUT A SITE
No Market Place a Yet Teleihon
ComiMiny Must I'ho New Street
The city's new granite drinking
fountain for horses and dogs is still
without a site. The action of the
Banla Fe In backing out of its agree
ment to furnish a place for the gift
has left the oouncilmen at sea about
the matter. i
Alderman Learnard, chairman of
the committee having the fountain
in charge, was Instructed to have it
moved from the Santa Fe freight de
pot to city property until a Bite could
be cecured for It.
The purchase of a pumping plant
as an aid to the old sewer system
was recommended by Alderman Har
rison, chairman of the sewer commit
tee. The plant will cost from $1,500
to $2,000, and was asked for by City
Engiueec Gladding in his report. The
matter was referred to the sewer
Acting Mayor Wilkerson spoke of
the need of a breach of the peace
ordinance which would fully cover
the grounds Judge Ira A. Abbott in
the district court having recently dis
missed a case on the ground . that
there was no city ordinance covering
-!( ittnrnpv HICKev was innrui:i-
ed to, draw up an ordinance making
assault and similar offenses againm
the peace punishable, whethed com
mitted on a street or public place or
on private premises.
The council pased the ordinance
creating the office of city weigher
and Inspector of scales and measures
which will be held by the chief of
the fire department.
The committee having In charge
the petition for a market place on
the tiania Fe ground between North
First street and the railroad tracks,
reported that Division Superintend
ent Myers, of the Santa Fe, had re
ported unfavorably on the matter.
Th committee was discharged.
D. A. Porterfleld, a real estate
man, asked the council why a water
main had not been laid on South
Walter street between Iron and Lewis
avenues, a he had been assured two
years ago that the council had or
dered the water main laid.
Acting Mayor Wilkerson said ths
matter would be investigated at once.
Alderman Harrison was appointed
a committee of one to notify the
Colorado Telephone company that it
is using old street names in its di
rectory. Indies' fine piano felt Julietes, fur
trimmed, flexible sole, medium toe.
low heel. The celebrated Dolgevllte
make. The name is a guarantee as
t real merit and wearing quality oi
these slippers. The uppers are made
from fine selected live wool felt, the
perfection of strength, warmth and
pliability, while the aoles are dur
able leather. Colors are red, green,
brown er black. Prices $1.25 and
$1.60. C. May's Shoe Store, $14 West
! Palace Car and Desert brand fruit
For the Christmas Trade
We bought more heavily of beautiful goods titan the present condi
tions Justify, ami in order to move these goods qufckly, we are
making prices lower than they should be sold for. Make selection
now wlille the stock Is complete. Rich Cut Gin, the mort bean
tiful Hand Painted China ever shown in tlie do; leather Goods,
Toilet Seta, Shaving Sets, Baby Sets, rutin ty Perfumes Toilet Wa
ters, Bo Candles. Don't fall to Inspect onr stock.
N. II.: Our Prescription Department always In charge of registered
J. H. O'RIELLY CO.
The Busiest Drug House Between Denver and Lot Angeles
TWENTY - FIVE CHINKS
GET FREE RIDE
Marshal Foraker Is Receiving
Many Applications From
Twenty-five Chinamen who were
caught stealing Into New Mexico
over the southern border In the last
few months will be deported to
China the latter part of this week.
The Chinese will be in the custody
of Deputy United States Marshal Ed.
Newcomer and Chief Deputy C. M.
Foraker will be busy the next few
days securing guards to accompany
the Chinamen to the shores of the4r
native land. There Is usually a del
uge of applicants for the positions.
The Chinamen to be deported were
captured by the immigration inspec
tors at Alamogordo, Las Cruces and
Demlng and are now in the jails at
those i laces. '
Deputy Marshal Newcomer and his
guards will leave Kl Paso on the
morning of Dec. 21 in custody of the
Chinese for San Francisco. On De
cember 84 they will sail on the Si
beria for Hong Kong, Deputy New
comer and his guards going all the
Glee Club Entertainment ProiiitoCH to
bo Grout Plnniicinl Success.
The young ladies of the Albuquer
que High School glee club have met
with such favor in the advance sale
of tickets for their entertainment to
be given at the Central school audi
torium Friday evening ihat Principal
Miller has found It necessary to re
quest them to sell no more. This
was made necessary because of the
limited featlng capacity of the as
The program which will be ren
dered Friday evening will be repeat
ed Saturday afternoon beginning at
2:30 o'clock. This will give the pup
ils of the lower grades as well as
others who have not been able to
secure tickets for the Friday evening
entertainment an opportunity to hear
the girls sing. Instrumental music,
readings and a farce will he other
features of the program. The price
of admis-lon on Saturday will be 15
cents. The proceeds of both ' enter
tainments will be ued to defray the
expenses of the girls in a trip to
Santa Fe, where they will go holiday
week to sing before the Territorial
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that ,hoi1 teachtrs ,, be pHlJ
during vacations grunted by school
boards, Albuquerque will pay its
school teachers $1,500 during the
Chrixtmaj holiday, for which the
city will receive no return. The
length of the vacation was decided
upon at the meeting last night and
the cost of the vacation discussed at
Hills were allowed and Miss Sus
anna Watson of St. Paul. Minn., was
appointed to succeea Miss Lollte
Under, resigned. Miss Linder is- to
AN $8,000 FIRE
AT SANTA FE
The Laughlln building In Santa Fe
suffered considerable damage by tire
last evening. The fire started tn the
basement about o'clock and burn
ed for two hours. Ehle's clothing
stock suffered great damage from
water. The furniture of the United
States Bank and Trust company was
ha.ilv damaged by both fire ana
water. The ofllcea on the second
floor were stained with smoke. The
damage altogether is estimated at
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
WANTED A cook. Apply at once
Santa Fe hospital.
Our shirt and collar work Is per
feet. Our DOMESTIC FINISH" If
the proper thing. We lead others
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO.
WHAT HIGH LICENSE
Estimated that City's Revenue
Will Be Increased to $30.
000 Annually. , .
What tlx New High Incense
Ordinance Will K:
Iteduce the number of sa- e
loons in Albuquerque approxt-
e mately by half.
T Increase city's revenue there-
from to approximately $80,000.
Effectively dispose of beer
saloons in residence districts.
' Prohibit sale of liquor in less
quantities than quart by drug-
4 Cause springing up of saloons
outside the city limits.
There are now ferry-one licensed
saloons In Albuquerque and It Is be
lieved thai the new high license or
dinance passed by the city council
last night will cau.e at least half of
them to go out of business, princip
ally the beer saloons In the residence
districts. - . .4
The forty-one saloons, at the ores
ent rate of the license at $260 a year,
I pay annually $10,250 into the city
cuiiem, uui uiiuei mo new uiuiiihik-oi
figuring that twenty saloons wti
I enue from license will amount to
30,000 a year.
lty officials believe that the new
ordinance will effectively dispose of
the beer saloon in the residence dts
tricts. but fear that the smaall saloon
keepers will move Ju-t outside the
city limits and do Dusiness tnere.
It Is said that practically all the
saloons In the business district will
take out the new licenses, and tha
probably a majority of the galoonlsts
In the city will, begin dropping off
when they see tnat they cannot ai
Many of the downtown saloon
keener refused to sign the petitlo
Drotesting against the high license
which nas presented to the council
last night, saying that they.wante
an Increased tax.
Ten of the forty-one saloons 1
Albuquerque are backed by brewer
iej. Nine by the Southwesteri
Firewery & Ice company and one by
the Consolidated Liquor company
agents for Lemp's Brewery, of St
Louis. Under the new condition o
affairs both breweries will remal
bin kern of some saloons In the city.
The saloons are distribute
throughout the city as follows: Cen
tral avenue. ; Third Btreet, t; Ten
derloin houses. 5: Second street.
First street. 11; Dog Town, 2; TIJera
road. 1; Fourth street, l; soul
Broadway. 1: Gold avenue. 1.
The new ordinance prohibits tn
sale of liquor In less quantities that
ouart by the drug stores, unless
ihey take out a retail liquor dealers
In , use.
It was ald today that the saloon
keepers would raise the price of bee
lo ten cents on me urst oi tne yea
when the ordinance goes into enec
but the report could not be verified
Several of the owners or large sa
oons positively dt nled It.
Saloon keepers will have to pay
$1,925 In licenses now when they en
g ige In business in Albuquerque. Thi
citv license will be $1,500, county li
cense. $400. and territorial license
WAGON LOADS OF
TOYS AT HAWLEY'S
Thii li my last year in the toy
huxinr?. Mv store U full of them.
and there are unopened boxea of
them stored away. I be.leve I hav
more toys by a half than any other
store in the city, and every one of
them must get out by the tirt 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 stop
at all stations between. A partial
Teddy Bean, old one and cubs,
dolls, large and small, doll carriages,
go-cart, trunks, houses, stoves, dish
es, beds, and everything else a dull
needs. Automobiles, trycycles, wag
ons, wheelbarrows, tool chests, 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
la that THKY MUST GO, RBOAKD
LES.S OK PRW'B, and go at once,
HAWIjEV OV TI1M XRNER. ;
We have removed from our safes, refinished
and placed on sale a fine collection of
Almost any Style of Jewelry you may wish, with or without
RINGS. WATCHES, RltACELETS. STUDS. SCARF TIN'S,
Mvmi boxes. bimhches, pons, watch ciuins,
lAXTiETS, CUFF BUTTONS, NIXK CHAINS AND
OTHER JEWELRY IN LARGE VAUIKTY.
WE GKT ' -'THESE CiOOIW ON LOANS, AT LESS
THAN THEI II JtEAL VALVE. AND YOU GKT THIS
BENEFIT BY ; BUYING OF US.
Come early, Select your Xmas Purchases and we will
lay the goods away for you till wanted
Y. A NOW
GIVE A RECITAL
The nlano recital ' rlVen at the
Commercial club studio last evening
bv th MlsKea Ellen Mary Uamsay,
Anna Catherine Monley and Margaret
Helen Asselin, pupils or nosa
trelle-Oldeon, was a very pleasant
entertainment and successful In every
particular. Miss Helen cowlea, ao
nrano. assisted in the program, af
ter which certificate. of attainment
in nin.no. harmony and history or
music were presented to each of the
former mentioned young ladles.
At the recital to ue given lonigm
by the pupils of Jtosa Futrelle Old-
eon, In the Commercial ciuo stuaio.
the following program will be given:
Misses Anson and Lembke.
fa) Song Without Words Krogmnnn
(b) Curious Story Heller
Miss Irene Borders.
Miss Frances Lesemann.
Miss Charlotte Lembke.
Contre Innse , Beethoven
Miss Laura Coen.
Vncal Tuet "Haru of the Winds"
Misses Viola Blueher and Lola Neher
Minuet in B nor ...... ..Schubert
Miss Ida Feikert.
Mi's Salome Htateson
(a) Norwegian Bridal Procession
. . Orleg
(bl March In D flat Hollander
Ml.wes Feikert, Blueher, Lembke and
KC. Ixmls Wool Market.
tt. Louis, Uec. 17. Wool meady;
St. IjOiiI SM'ltrr Market.
ett. Louis, IK'C. 17. Spelter
New York Metal Market.
New York, Dec. 17. Lead weak,
$3.40() 3.50; hike copper weak, 13i
13V4 I silver E3V4c.
New York Money Market.
New York. Dec. 17. Money on
call firm. 6 16; ruling rate 12 per
cent; prime mercantile paper per
Chicago Produce Market.
Chicago, Dec. 17. Closing:
Wheat May 105; July 89 M.
Corn May 59; July E8.
Oat May (old) 54; May 53 V;
July (old) 48V; July it.
Pork Jan. $12.87' May $13.12
Lard Jan. $7.75; May $7.82 V W
nibs Jan. 16.77 H; May $7.05.
New York Stocks,
New York Central t5H
Southern Pacific 71Vi
Union Pacific 11 7
Amalgamated Copper ii'i.
U. S. S. 25
Kajixas City IJvestock.
Kansas City, Dec. 17. Cattle re
ceipts 10,000. Market slow to Meady.
Southern steers $3.60 to 4.60 ; noutheru
coaa $1.40r3.25; stockers and feed
ers $3. 004.40; bulls $2.SO4.00;
clves $3.50$. 25; western steers
$.7E((J 5,?i); western cows $Z..50tl
114 W. Central
, Wliat would be more appreciated than
Call at my office aiul I will tell you lww you
ran make father or mother a present of a fine
Qlae Guaranteed to Fit Correctly
C. H. CARNES, Oph. D.
Examination 114 Vest Central,
FREE. PHONE 45$.
There should be reason In all
things, even In the spending of your
money. Christmas shoppers, in go
ing the rounds of the town, are
struck with the great disparity In the
prices which different dealer auk for
substantially the same article. He
goes Into some hardware store and
asks the price of, we will say, carv
ing sets. Then he prices them some
where else, and find that the second
man asks twice as much as the first.
He Is astonished, and entirely un
able to account for the difference.
It may not occur to him that carving
sets belong legitimately to the hard
ware business, that they will be sold
upon as close a margin as an ax or
a stove, whereas the second man he
asked is engaged in another branch
of business, upon which he bases his
hope of future patronage, and Is car
rying carvers only as a side line for
what he can make out of It, and
the more the better1 for him. Take
this tip: If you are out to buy Jew
elry, go to a Jewelry store. If you
want hardware, go to a hardware
store. In other words,- purchase
your goods of the dealer who makes
that particular line of goods his
IJlrnm;'nt r0f iuck points a. this.
h KOVern,ment ot your actions
accordingly. Is Just what makes the
difference between the thrifty and
main line, or his specialty. A Keen
t Ha thriftlMCfl man.
For example, The Wagner Hard
ware company embraces in its regu
lar, legitimate business, hardware of
all kinds, and a full line of queens
ware, including fine Havlland china,
hand painted china, cut glass, silver
table service, chafing dishes, tea
sets, and the like, all In Just as fine
quality as can be had anywhere In
town. Now If any one can give a
good reason for paying some other
Jubr two dollars for Identically the
same article that Mr. Wagner sells
for one, why ho has hit upon a hlth
to undiscovered principle of logic
A Methilriwt Minister fteooiiimeuils
Cluuiiberlaln's Cough Remedy.
We have used Chamberlain s
Cough Remedy In our Home for even
years, and it has always proved to
be a reliable remedy. We have
found that it would do more than
the manufacturers claim for It. It
Is espaclaly good for croup and
Rev. James A. Lewis,
Pastor Mllaca. Minn., M. C. Church.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is
sold by all druggists.
Do you know what this means? If
not ask our drivers to explain It to
yU' IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO,
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth
Gold Filling P
Painktia Extracting .. ,.5o
ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY GUAR
ANTEED. DRS. COPP and PETnT.
ROOM U, N, T. AJkMDO BLDG.
Brighten up the home
for the holidays and give
it a more cheerful ap
. peirance. We have a
large stock of Tabour
ettes, pedestals, children's
chairs, rockers, tables, parlor tables, card tables, piano
benches, book cases, rockers, couches, davenports,
music cabinets, desks, cheval
tables and baskets.
Our pikes are strictly reasonable in
set aside yotir selection for
WITH AMPTJS MEANS
ANB UNSURPASSED FACILITIES
BANK OF COMMERCE of
EXTENDS TO DEPOSITORS EVERY PROPER ACCOMMODATION
AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS.
Officers and Directors!
SOLOMON LUNA, President.
W. 8. STRICKLER,
Vice President and Cashier.
. WILLIAM MolNTOSII, J.
A. M. BLACKWKLL
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Lumber, Glass, Cement
First and Marquette
The Wiiitson Music Co.
ESTABLISHED 1 883
Representatives of the Only
Everett, Baumeister, Kimball, Harvard,
Interior Piano Players. Kimball, Marshall, Wendell,
Edison Talking Machine Victor Talking Machines
Call and Hear our New Records.
Open Evenings Piano Tuning
The Lobby f Fine Wine,Uquor & Cigar
H. H. Samuils, Prop. 9 -
115 WeSt Central JlYe. t Free Lunch Day and Night
OR. C. H. CONNKR
omrrorATMic physician and,
All Curable Dleeetee Trimtid.
He CUmrge for Ceetultmt.en.
924 N. r. ArmQe B mil 4 Ing
glasses, pictures, sewing
every department. Fe member we
delivery when desired
308-310 Central Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
W. J. JOHNSOM. 1
, Assistant OaahJer.
C. BALD RIDGE,
O. E. CROMWELL,
and Bex Flinlkote Roofing
Alboqtterqoe, New Mexico
GIVE US A CHANCE
To figure on that h'!1 of lumber.
Our lumber conn-, from our own
mills located In the best body of.
timber' In New Mexice.
A large stock ' of dry. spruce
dimension on hand. Why not buy
the best when It'll Just as cheap?
It will pay you to look Into this.
RIO GRANDE LUMBbH GO.
Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette
621-21 W. TUt-ras Phona 51
Matteuccl Bnt, Props.
at CUasPlB jttrocery lo,