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M.Y. .TANCART 3, IMS.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PACK tlVk,
I
REASONS WHY
YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE
Occidental Life Insurance Go.
Of New Mexico and Arizona
It is a home industry.
It keeps the money at home and makes it available to pro
mote local enterprises.
It wrote more business the first year than was expected.
1 It has paid all of its obligations.
It is an Old Line Legal Reserve Company.
It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of
New York, the most exacting ever enacted.
Joshua S. Raynoldb,
President.
J. H. O'Rielly,
Sec'y and Gen. Mgr.
TRY THE
NEW SHOE STORE
NEXT DOOR TO POST Of PICE
our PATRICIAN SHqiT
l For Ladies will please you.
They cannot be surpassed.
Simpier-Clark Shoe Cs.
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The Fashion Cafe
215 SOUTH SECOND STREET
AN IDEAL PLACE FOR DOWN
TOWN LUNCH OR REGULAR MEALS
We will serve everything the market
affords. We aim to make our meals
so good that you will become a reg
ular patron of the place.
Catering for Private Parties, Banquets, Home
Receptions, etc a Specialty
David K Combs, Proprietor
PHONE ??9'
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THE FINEST
FRUITS
ON THE MARKET
APPLES
Gano, Lauver,
Bellflower, Sheepnbse
Dates, Figs, Oranges,
Lemons, Grapefruit
and Cocoanuts
LYLE
Post Office Opposite
C O A L
AMERICAN BLOCK.
CEURILIOS MTM?
ANTHRACITE
Furnace, .
Mixed.
Not
CLEAN GAS CX)KE.
smithing coal.
native kindling
for casii only.
WO O D
TELEPHONE tl.
W. H, HAHN & GO,
It la absolutely necessary to health
wim wo give rener 10 me Morntcn
promptly at the first signs of trouble.
Take something once in a while, es
pecially after meals; something like
KODOL. for Dyspepsia and Indlgea-
nuii. ii will enauie your aiomacn to
do Its work properly. Sold by J. H.
O'Rielly Co.
IN ORDER TO REDUCE OUR LARGE STOCK QF
1
NAVAJO BLANKETS
Previous to removing to our new location, No. i 15 West Central
Avenue, we will offer
SIZE 4x6 FEET, AT $10.00;
5x7
12.00
Also our entire stock of Curios and Novelties will be offered ridic
ulously low until alterations have been completed at our new store
An exceptional opportunity
to secure Genuine Bargains
BENNETT INDIAN STORE
109 NORTH FIRST STREET
Just above Central Avenue
S
T CITY
PHYSICIAN
BY COMPLAINANTS
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The MONTEZUMA GROCERY Co.
COPPER A NO THIRD
Complete and Unexcelled Line of Groceries
Direct Importers of Italian Goods,
Lucca Olive Oil, Macaroni, etc
New Store : Fresh Stock : Best Brands
LORENZO GRADL, Prop. PHONE 1029
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VHEN UP TOTN, STOP AT
THE BAR OF COMMERCE
Largest and Oldest Place in the Gty.
Finest Dorrfcstic and Imported
LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Family Trade Solicited. Telephone 1036, and
Goods will be Delivered at once
THE LARGEST AND BEST POOL HALL IN TOWN
All New TabUs, and Fint CUu Trtatrntnt
CRAD1 & GIANNINI, Props.
100 South First Street
Hearing Before City Board of Health Results In Love Feast
In Which Dove of Peace Plays Prominent Part
j. Board Decides Ordinance and Not Physl
'! ' " ' " " clan Is at Fault. l: '
The anticipated Interesting meet
ing of the city board of health, which
wan hold yesterday afternoon In the
office of the city, physician in the
Grant building, proved to be a sort
of -a love feat. The trouble that
seemed brewing for the city physl
u hii as a result of complaints filed
before the rity council on Monday
:Kfii di.i not materialise when
brought before the board of health.
.Hlijr1 MiM-h In Evidowe.
I: Wn.th ald, "With all due
rifilit ti Dr. farm." etc.. and Dr.
Wylder said, "I may have misun
derstood lr. Cams," etc. The lat
ter w;is sure that he had not nagged
nor spoken in uncomplimentary
terms about the former. The dove
and the olive branch were every
where In evidence.
The board adopted a resolution
that it be the sense of that body that
In view of the doubt as to the na
ture of the disease which the patient
of Ir. Wylder had, and who wai
quarantined by the city physician
for smallpox, that Dr. Wylder is to
be exonerated from any blame re
garding the patient and that the
city physician Is not to collect a fee
for quarantining the patient.
The Introduction of the patient as
evidence was one of the incidents of
the meeting, and there was so much
talk about smallpox and specific dis
eases that the non-medical members
of the board and the newspaper
men in the room were made to feel
si.inewhat creepy.
Actod Vpon Authority.
In the Ciise of Dr. Wroth's pa
tient, front whom Dr. Cams collect
ed $S for fumigation, the city phy-
!il.tn w:is ordered to return the
money and to look for his fee from
the Santa Fe Railroad company.
which Dr. Wroth promUed would be
forthcoming. However, Dr. Cams
won his point n the case on the
point that he h.J full authority un
der the existing city ordinance to
act as he had done In the case of
Dr. Wroth's patient.
During the discussion Dr. Wroth
said: "By the way, Cams, I want
to a-k you as a man and a physician
If you fumigated that money which
was given you by that patient of
mine."
The answer was. "I certainly did."
The board sustained the city phy-
slcliin In the matter of Mrs. Mary E.
Iielnde, who conducts the Highland
rooming house, which was the scene
of two smallpox scares. Mrs. Ileln-
del was permitted to address the
board and she talked very plainly.
Ea said that she didn't want Dr.
Cams to ever come to her house
HKain, and as a parting shot said
that she worked fur her money and
told the truth and did not make a
business of holding people up. Mri.
Helndel wa. evidently angry and
made no nttempt to conceal it.
Dr. Cams explained to the board
that thfre were nearly thirty rooms
n her house and that they had to be
fumigated on two separate and dis
tinct occasions, for which he made
a charge of s0, allowing Mrs. Heln
del 15 for a bed which had been
taken from her house tu the pest-
hou.e, thereby reducing the money
consideration to S65 . Mrs. Ueindel
paid the city physioian 460,. but
judging from what she said before
the board yesterday afternoon, he
will 'have no little difficulty In get
ting the other 10.
To Alter City OrdUuuuv.
The board decided that the pres
eut city ordinance covering the du
ties and authority of the city physi
cian and health rulea and regula
tions was not adequate and ordered
that another be drawn up which
would comply with the territorial
laws and simplify the duties of the
city physician.
The meeting closed by City Attor
ney Hlckey Informing lr. Cams that
under no circumstances would he
collect any of his quarantine bills
while acting iu the capacity of city
attorney, at least under the present
ordinance.
The shock came during a discu
slon of the city physician's trouble
In collecting bills for fumigation,
especially In the case of Dr. Wilson,
who lives in one of the new Ray
nolas buildings on the Highlands,
and whose wife became ill from
smallpox. Dr. Cams told the board
that Dr. Wilson had told him to
fumigate his building and that he
had done so halls and floors and
when the work wan finished, Dr.
WIIkc.ii , wouid only pay him for the
fumigation of one room, the room
which the patient had occupied. Dr
Cams wanted the city attorney to
collect the bill, and according to Mr
Hlckey he had approached Dr. Wil
son on the subject with the under
standing that he was acting as the
private attorney of Dr. Cams. When
given to understand yesterday that
he was acting in the matter as the
city attorney, Mr. Hlckey said words
to the effect "23 out of this for me
The bill of Howard Clark for
226.54 for property ordered burn
er oy tne city attorney, wntch was
held up by the city council on Mon
day evening, was taken under con
si. i.-ratlon by the board of health,
after listening to the statement from
Mr. ("lark. The prospects aie that
the city will have to pay. Mr. Clark
lor the destruction of his property.
The property referred to was a
tent house an J furnishings which
Mi. Clark used a few months ago
while 111 from smallpox. The house
had been built a few hundred yards
from irt. Joseph's hospital. When
Mr. Clark recovered from the dis
ease, the city physician crdered the
property burned. Hiei members
of the board s.-em to ihlnk thit the
properly might have been fumigat
ed and save j. The cly had rt ser
viceable detention hosplMl at the
time of Mr. Clark's Illness nd was
more or less res-jonslble for the erec
tioi, of tile 1. 1 house T te board,
however, did not censure the city
physician for burning thu property.
ity Physician Is FioiM-ratcd.
Dr. Cam called the attention of
th' board to a statement made In
Tht Citizen on Tuesday to the ffect
that I'eter Uuilllon, proprietor of the
Pavoy hotel, had complained to Al
derman Heaven that the city physi
cian had charged 75 for the fuml
guilon of his hotel and 119 each for
the fumigation of the reataurant and
bnrroom ln connection with the ho
tel. Dr. Cams said that Mr. Ouilllon
hHd not complained to Alderman
Heaven. Lmst night Mr. Gullllon
stated for a second time that he did
speak to Alderman Heaven shortly
after his house was rumigated and
told Mr. Heaven that Dr. Cams had
first asked him 1150 for the work of
fumigation, but later reduced It to
the price paid.
Regarding the statement where
in The . Cltiien reported that Dr.
Carns charged some of the guests of
the Savoy hotel $2 for a bichloride
bath, which cost hlnii about five
cents. The Citlaen had not been In
formed that these guests were vao
clnated as well and that their cloth
ing wa fumigated. However, the
matter ha apparently been, adjust
ed, and from the evidence last nlcht
It -appears that the city ordinance
needs renovating instead of the
methods of the rity physician, who"
appears to be within the bounds of
the law and acting within the
bounds of the city ordlnnnce.
LEAD AVENUE RESIDENTS
WITNESS LIVELY FIGHT
Houunl Itlalr Struck Iojr, Sultcli-
.nian Kiniili struck Ilbilr and IllnJr
Asked lr a Wurrujit In IUco
Curt Smith Ha tilo ;rlp
iiimI Could .Not Appoar.
Hecause he struck a bull do, whio.i
had attacked a little coolie yesterday
morning about 11:30 o'clock and was
on the verge of ending Its eathly ex
istence, a switchman, Knikh by name
living on South Fourth street near
the Junction of Lead avenue, struck
nuward Himr, i driver for the grop
ery firm of Trotter & Hawkins, i
tinging blow on tne cheek, which
sent him sprawling In the street
Smith then took his dog and return
ed to hu home with the laurels of
two victories, one for his dog and one
for himself. A few hours later he
was served with a warrant charging
him with assault and battery and
cited to appear ln police court this
morning for trial. The complaint
waa sworn to by Mr. Blair. How
ever, at the hour appointed for the
trial, Smith Bnt word to the authori
ties that he had the grip and could
not appear.
According to witnesses to the af
fair it Is aald that every woman
ln the neighborhood was attracted by
the howls of the under dog. A num
Der or women have volunteered to
appear as witnesses for Mr. Rlalr.
One woman ran out of her house
and threw a bucket of water on the
dogs. Others were calling for help.
when Mr. Rlalr drove up and it wax
upon the iiollctiatlon of several 'wo
men that he became mixed up In the
affair. Mr. Blair struck the bull dog
with a stone. Smith, who was stand
ing ln the door of his house, saw his
dog stoned and rushed to the rescue.
Several of the women say that when
they saw Smith eprlng from his
house they thought he was going to
separate the dogs and they were
greatly surprised to see him strike
Mr. Blair.
After the fight Mr. Rlalr was taken
Into a nearby house and his wound
ed cheek bathed.
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WS Chiffoniers, " fet
vH Dressers m j K
hzmM Wash Stands O
Big Variety In Oak, Mahogany, Blrdseye
Map'e and Mission.
COME AND SF.E THEM ON OUR KI.OOR.
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THE WHOLESALE GROCER
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Carries the largest and Most Kxcluslve Stock of Staple Ororer'es In
the Southwest.
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GOOD SIGHT
Is a Priceless Possession, and
you should not allow your eyes
to be treated except bya com
petent optician or ocdulist. I
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CooRing'
AT
The
Columbus
Motel
Board and Room
$16.00
Per Month and Up
or by the Week, Day
or Meal.
MRS.M.E.NORRIS
M0 Eatt Coal Avenue
ELKS THEATER
THURSDAY, Jan, 23
The Popular Play
A
Thoroughbred
Tramp
Stop and Figure
The amount of time saved in
your office by the us of Rub
ber Stamps, Daters, etc..
Then Order.
H. S. LITHGOW
BOOK-BINDER .
RUBBER STAMP MAKER
Phonm 924 312 Gold Ave.
An intellectual story of how a
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ABUNDANT COMEDY
EXTRAVAGANT SCENIC DISPLAY
CATCHY VAUDEVILLE
Trices 5c, 60c and 76c. Seats on
sale at Matson'e Wednesday, Jan.
22, 1908.
ALBUQUERQUE-ESTANCIA
AUTOMOBILE COMPANY
Automobiles dally to points In
the Estancla Valley. Special cars
to Golden, San Pedro and other
point.
Automobiles far rent by th
day or hour ln and about the city.
Parties holding special round trip
tickets to Estancla. and return may
exchange them for hourly service
In the city or other points.
Tor further Information in
quire at the General Ticket office
and. garage, 408 W. Copper ave.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Phone
Sit.
P. MATTEUCCI
SHOE STORE AND REPAIRS
Green Front
105 North First Street
Follow the Crowds
and pick up a few of the many bar
gain in Just the things you need now
11.50 men's corduroy pants now tie
Brys' (0 and 60c corduroy pants,
slse 4 to 8 fie
Beys' knee pants its
J Men's bib overalls 4lo
I Men's heavy ribbed underwear. , ll
Ladles' heavy ribbed underwear lie
unimren s heavy ribbed under
wear 10c and tOe
2So and S5c glass bowl 10s
Cctton blankets 4
See our circular for hundreds of
other bargains.
CASH BUYERS' UNION
122 North Smeood
:RYSTAL THEATRE
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IV. It. Ort-iulorfT, Mgr.. 120 West Gold
Tills Week
BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW
tOo-A OMISSION. JOo
Ladles' souvenir matinees Tuesday
and Fridays; Children's toy matinee
every Saturday; complete change ol
program Thursday; grand amateur
carnival Friday night.
A few choice front seats, JOo; no
raise tn price.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full R of Teeth a Mm.
Gold Filling $1.50 up V l
Gold Crowns la ft
rainleus Extracting .... 50c
ALL WOItK ABSOLUTELY Cl AK-
AXTEED.
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KOOM 12, X. t. AAUJO BLDCL

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