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isa CITIZEN. ALBl'QUERQUJS EVE. i MM KM Hew Mexico's First Wom! ILsiwer Receives Slhveero) llJiri.'k 0 Y . . v . ;, A i M .- J.ue!!.i Abel!, of Albuquerque. ; .-.V'iiMn ber sister, Ml- He .' A 'nil of Topek.i, Kansas. D W. A ii--' AVa-l I Johnson, president cr tlto i, Dumber company, Is In it' "'i on Kis 'ii.il business. ! :, r.',l--,vorili Ingalis. s-; . r i . 1 1 1". .i : t .h i "V. H t " J.ij in g n u.eks' trip to K .n-as ('ity and :i point . .In Hi' .tl O Mr .hi i Mr ileota;.. V. Cia'lail ,i.i I M'-. Amelia '. Crattan. "t (low !) V' a Y'M k. are t)i Kii''-'':- of fl i I- :i Ihi- . It. 0 Mi-. '. Ki-iiil. who lias I .-. l 1!i, til' -I "I Hi I.h in A I )U' ; n r. i u the )..- 1 a .i w. Iv. j-.ii,i .1 Mr. K im hi " ; . . Ar.o: .. I.i -t v. i-' k. A V ?!:.!!! I n :"s. of I ., I'.-. . Wl . w ii- : .!,). an Atcii.Ie dp'.".' sure 1"ii: through t!i. west. w.i the cut st r V '. '-" J ; J -1 1 1 - S.'icnds this week. o Mi I. 1'. Xi'iiiiier, of San Aim. i.i. N.'.v .M'-t.'n, is spending S'Vi'i.il di.s ;is up 'ii"-t !' Iiiimls In th.s ci.. c - - Hi. S. Hu.pi. f Albuquerque, is ii . i . . . i'. i; Messrs. Percy 11. Th'Mii ; ! P. Ba. man Ingham, of Wilkes i: ii . . r... O- T i i 1 1 ii'n'i Hi" American U--vi-;n:i .n arc compli ting plans for Ito-lr a:i"nil r ; 1 1 ii I" In- held Feb. '2. : Hariri: Cas'le. M s- -ni,. Iioiis.ni. of this eiiy. is the i.a.-, . f Mis. laiey l;eiker at Helen. Sh- will 1. 'i ,irn t't her AllnKitie-que leoie- luriaK i'"e eoiiiinif week. Cl Mama'. I e I To: k a veil n. , ef 311 West .Vow n'i-o:i.p.w:ie,i l,y his r.inii'y. a l't la.sl cveiiintf for Kl I'aso. whore :'.i, y .xpie't to locate. Mis. i". K Vaughn, of 423 South An." s'reet. ent rt jlneil the Woman's I'hr st i 111 Temperance I'lilon at a sjieeia! me-'t.ng Friday uftertioon. --0 Trie Fivo-huiulreil club was plea.i iintly ontprtiilne.l at the home of Mr. and Mrs William AV. Strnns. MO 1'ark avenue. Thursday evening. Miss Xeusbaum, of New York, was the honorary guest at delightful dinner party givtm list Sunday even ing by Mrs. Alfred (Irunsfeld of 1015 AVest Central avenue. a Mrs. Edward J. Gibson, of 611 AYet Conl avenue, left Thursday evening for New York, on an extend ed visit with her daughter. Mm. Ray mand Lee Harrlman. Mrs. AVilllam MeMillen, of 101S West Krult avenue, has returned from I'ittsburg, I'a., where she has been entertained as the guest of her daughter the past few weeks. I'. L.. Tooker, of South Kdlth .street, entertained Informally at hia home Thursday evening. His guests were: Messrs. John Uhnades, F. Dob wn, Phillip ltalley and Fred Ileyer. The IadieV Circle of the baptist ehurch held a special meeting In the ehurch pirlurn Thursday afternoon. A large attendance was present and the annual election of oftlcers held. II. A. Ja.stro, president and chief toekholder of the Albuquerque Traction company, arrive,! In Albu (lUerqiio yesterday and will leave this veiling f r Doming, New Mexico. Mrs. AVal'er iTTHiTpe, of 815 AA'e.st Cupper avenue, is entertaining her mother, Mrs. (.;. M. I'.owen, of Kansas City. Mo., who will remain the rest of the winter. Miss Josephine Campfield, daughter of Mr. and Mr. George Camptleld, of 'ill North Seventh street, arrived last evening from Los Angeles, where s-he had been attending nchool the mt ten months. O I'lilmii'l K. AV. Iiahsoii, who went to lienver on business early this week, is now en route to Washington, where he his been Called on legal business and to discu.-s the statehood sltua la,!i. 0 Miss Gertrude Hopping wis the pleasant hostess t a few of her Ira n Is at her home on S.ntth Arno .-tnet 1 i.--t Tuesday r-veiiing. The mi' sts w.a. ea'.ertaiiie.l at cards. I.:u'h! r. fre.-hieeiiis were served. O WciMing A my qiret welling took plHie jester, lay morning when !- J-'.--;e Itieliar.ls and Howard I). Jtnr.-i w-.-e unite, 1 ia marriage. The na y l' i-a.s .Mae Mr. and Mrs. ilroj-si::.-.r, A wedding breakfast follow ed the I I'll 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 . o Indiana CIiiIh M:.-s l.eilis Ingl f ' I :; N..rt h S :i-l sti-,-,-1, ent.-rtained ti:.- I... :i".s' laliina eliih Wi dnesd iv afie-'..n. Tin- iiieet.ng was largely ulii1.. I 1 an 1 an interest 1 1,1; pregiam t-'iv,',. ll.-,Ty I, fr, sJuDents ue', lei' It '.in. gov, runt e' New Mi", S Buna. of Albuquerque, II .1 K I'y, W. A Hawkins and Mr. i;,,ii, r: -. a'so ,.f New Mexico, w ho are .11 Wash i.Mt-.n. 1'. ('.. in the iu'erests ef si 1 ,a; d alfilr-. w , -. , fitertalned e, ", . I'-, s; 1, n: I" rrl, inks at a il.d ,, r.i'iy i : . r .1 'ii 1 1 dinner Thurs lay --0 G g. 1. I,, .ro.ir-1. ef 21 I South a", ,-f,'.-', is ent. -naming Mrs. 11. G Be -xii ml .m l daughter, who ar j ived '.est evening, Mrs. Bearnard Is tiie wife of Captain 11. G BeurnarJ of the I'nitel Slates army, who Is now in the lh lipplm-s, Lut expects t-i if una soon and take up new duties on the general staff in Washington. O Kanrlng- S-IimI Tltej dancing sehool, followed by a social assem bly, g ven Wednesday evening in the Klks' ball room, was attended by 11 bout eighteen couples. The class, which Is under th direction of C P. McDetmott and K. M'-hrlnger. will he lull every ck, o:i Wcdties lay evening. o-- (iraiul Call The Knights of I'n Iambus will ct lebr it,. the lt!l a'ml- virs.iry 'I'll. -s, I., if their im a i ; i.m n xt I'll.- lull r i-Mii, lii; loilgo room and K'k-' I nililiiv: o have been seen Tin' ivBre!-M c at V: I :. o'.-'.e !. I-OIIISP hlllqlli'. . tia!i.U..t liaii of the n V.--t ileal ann !-.-i for the I'Veu.tiir. c-aiil I'.uty liccin f.'!l-' t-il b -i s.-ven it In: ;n. ii. N. Mar- a. t as t-as' n.. ef t he e i ir I '-!. Tile S'I'l la' re ile- ni a i . 1 ilaneiair. A I'linl l'arly Sever 1 1 fraeels .'a is a"i' .-ur prise, 1 Mr. an I Mrs. II. S. I. l'h-i. at th- :r I n . ST. Ii Wil li r s:i I M n I a evi-ii'ili:. -ive hil-nlr.il fiirn;i-hi , til" pineipai 41 lit - II. -. ni. :-'. el' th,. 1 i.-:ii:iK. foil ie. ,.v ., . ,-- ' ' lent 1 1 -i l" sil 'pe;-. Th, iti -:s . i- M:-. ,i",l Mrs. ('. ii. I'u !. 111. im. Mr. aa I Mrs Will am M : M vs. ( 'a i I II 1 M i ta;. Ki Mi.-s 1;, , mi i,. 1 1 - 1 . ; 1 . , la Ho Us ni. O Hilliier arl Th imp ll Fi e-lumdre, cam ,-.e i-,e a 1 a del k " t u 1 ii inner pa i t A 1 vara do h"'.e! la-i Sueda.v Covers were laid for f.niiie. 1 1 t; guests were. Mr. and Mi.-. W. ii llahn. Mr. and Mr.-. Cnailes White. Mr. and Mis. K. Ii. Slean. .Mr and Mrs. Frank M, Ke... Mr. and Mrs. William W. Stroiiu. 1 r. ami Mis. 1;. II l'.r..gs. .M:ss ieit:ii,!,. Co f II 11 am! Mr. Fie, I 1-. i.-;-,e!s. o-. Th,- fi ien l.s ,,f Mi-., y, ,r:!. rite Ct11111ingl1.ini. ol Ka-t l.a- W-.aas. . M.. Hill be 111,1 ae.-t-'l in heai'itlg of !l,T .success ill the ea-t, W ilel e sin- i- a sl'.i lent in '.In- lioston Conservatory of Music, at lioston. Mass. At a re cent musical in Symphony hall. Miss Cunningham lei the grand march in a manner that won the admiration of Huston society. She is an .iro.im pUslual young lady and is very pop ular among her eastern friends. O Mrs. J. H. Fenner left today for Id Mexico, where she will join Mr. Fenner, who has been spending the past few weeks at that place. During the past two weeks several social function have been given in honor of Mrs. Fenner, (tmong them being the farewell reception tendered her by Mrs. Sowers and Mrs. J. H. Hol man and the Japanese entertainment given by Mrs. G. AV. Saunders and Mrs. VV. B. Clark, at the home of the former, 725 South Edith street. Carxl I urty A card party of par ticular enjoyment this week was that given by Mrs. John S. Heaven, of 327 , North Seventh street.. Thursday af ternoon, in honor of her sister, Mrs. Covell, of Topeka. Kansas. The guests were entertained at high live. in which the lirst prize was awarded to Mrs. Co veil and the consolation prize to Mrs. V. K. Sullivan. Refreshments were served. The guests were: Mrs. Joseph Shoup. Mrs. McMlllin, Mrs. P. F. MoCanna. Mrs. J. H. Itobinson. j Mrs. AVarren Graham, Mrs. Ike Gra- ham, Mrs. Covell, Mrs. Winkie, Mrs. . J. M. Sims, Mrs. I'. K. Sullivan. D I Card Party Mrs. Charles Davis, I of 720 South Kdlth street, was hoid I ess at a deligh;ful card party Tuesday j evening, which was perfect in all of Its appointments. About ten guests were present and were entertained at progressive high five followed by a musical program. Light refreh mente were served. Those present were: Miss May Hsackett, Miss Cohen, Mi.ss Augustine Gerard, Miss Anna Ojtercamp and Mls Mellen haugh, and Messrs. lterry, George O'Brien, Clarence MeCllntock. Paul Mellenbaugh and diaries Davis. O Soelal Afternoon Mrs. Hugh lj. Cooper, of 115 South Walter street, wife of Uev. I'onpcr, pastor of the Presbyterian church. ,u the pleas ant hoste.ss to ten ladles, wives of Al buquerque clergymen, yesterday af ternoon. A delightful social after noon was enjoyed an, 1 dainty refresh ments ere served. The guests ere: Mrs. Wilson J. Marsh, Mrs. Fletcher Cooke. Mrs. McCain, Mrs. C. K. Lu kens. Mrs. J,,h Manly. Mrs. John Ii. Gass, Mrs. W. W. H.iveii.-. Mrs. Fer gson. Mrs. J. H H-ald. Mrs. ltoHins and Mrs. Shaw. V i "aid parties th(. past h ivr lea n especially lie of tile Illilsl (lljoyj- iw-n by Mr. an Mrs. K. Cui-il l'arl- Week . elll to ,opular and hie Was that t'le it. Booth, :: w. Id avenue. The eaj"-;.s w. Wele el, I 1 it pr. .d la Slve five liundl l -h'.ful lefre.-bn The guests W and Mrs. Fi i':k K I.. Musi. Mr. f , iie- e -: M r. 1 Mrs. I. -oll- r. Mr. I Mrs. Frank I-:. Mr. a: 1 M - 1 '. 1 M K Wvl-I ird. M r. a . a-.a M:s. nor. Mr. and Mr F l. 1 : Ai k'-rm. M 1 s. May 1 I Mr T Y -O Waat Ha -Let I tall 1' to b.i- e of the best i n hani-.- A bllqll I I : 'lie- hall seas-q w 1 i,l- play.-d next 1 el:, e-, lay evil. 1 'a.-'ao at 1 I'd v o , k iti t! querqiie. The i-.ni i-:,ei! will he th. Albuquerque h-gh school and tile 1 n versity of N. ,1 M. i, ., .s u-aal the game will be fo" ,-.ed by an in formal dancing patty. Th- line-up is as fol'.ow.s High s-hool: W.gier and Haw thorne, forward.-; Ilnan, center; ltosf-nal, and AVn-kam. guards. 'ars:t: Corni.-h and Galles, for ward.s; K. H-alds. . . nter, V mbke and Skinner, guard. O Dinner I'art.v "m- of the largest and most beautifully appointed din ner parties given in Albuquerque for some time was that given at the Sturges hotel Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock by Miss Catherine Hill, of 103 AVest Silver avenue. Miss Hill's gruest of honor Mas Miss Jane Mc- '::' - : -J ., , - , --. , . '.:l..'l ,- .. ',y'rc';.'.;,;';',):,', . ;.. .':;,v,:; ,,v,.v Vis Ncll'r c. Itii'XM r. nil lhiiqncrqii SIimnI foni'lli In Iter class AVhen a in, Uly prepared parchment; was lecelved a', thi" law ofdc- of At terne 1-;. W. Dobsoii yesterday ,-ifter-inmn, i; brought Joy to one Albu- ' querque girl far it w .1 s th,. official' announcement that Miss Nellie C. IP-ewer was a practicing attorney in the territory of Ne-.v Mexico. ' Miss Brewer was admired to the bar at an examination held before the supreme court a few weeks ago and she stood fourth In her class of twenty memberg w ith an average of i SS per cent. She lacked only seven eights of one per cent tit have ranked third. For the past two years Miss Brew er has wan ked harder than niovt ' misses in Albuquerque, f-he has been employed as 11 tenographer In the law office of K. AV. Dobson, and she has spent the evenings, not In danc ing and merry making, but In study ing law. Miss Brewer Is Just twenty-four years old but looks younger. She was born in AAaionsocket, K. I., and came to Albuquerque with her parents In Part land, whose marriage to AValker Healy, of Helen. Ne Mexico, takes plaee next AVednesday, February 5. The decorations were simple and ap propriate, and consisted of pink and white carnations. The guests were: MLss Jane Me Partlanl, Miss Mable Fox, Miss Maude Kadcliff, Miss Pearl Hunter and Miss Catherine Hill; and Mr. Walker Ulealy. Mr. A. McPartland, Mr. Landolfi, Mr. David Bee Murphy and Mr. George Saw ter. O Musical The musical and card party given in St. Mary's hall last Wednesday evening by the Young Bridles' Sodality of the Immaculate Conception church, was attended by about two hundred and fifty guests. The entertainment was thoroughly successful and enjoyed by everyone In attendance. At the close of the card party several of the younger guests joined in un 1nf.irm-.il dance for the remainder of the evening. Those who took part in the pro gram were: Miss Armida Schmlck, Miss Annie Korber, Miss Grace Don nelly. Miss J. Geraldlne Mulligan, M.ss A'ioU Blu.'her. Mi.ss Bertha Boebs. Mrs. M. Keekenvelt, Miss Lil lian Hesselden. Miss Helen Cow les. Miss Ienore Cowles. Miss Margaret Asidin and Mr. J. G. Gould. O Woman's (1nl The meeting of the AS'oman's club yesterday after noon, was devot, d to a line musical program, which was as follows. Instrumental Duet (Jul Vive G anz Miss MargUei i:e Anson an 1 Miss Buir.i Cohen. A'lolin Solo Traviat 1 Verdi John Abbott, Jr. A ', a 1 Solo - 11 Promise Me I), Koven Miss V.ola Bluehcr. Whistling Solo - The Swallow Mr Frank Kurzmun. 'oi-il Solo Your A'ohe Tun.a M.ss Bill!. 1:1 KIaooI. Viol'n iililigito ......Mr. Fuhrrnev.r Mrs. B. I-'. Copp Instrumental Solo --S, Vet. 1 KtU'le lju.irtet - -Spring Song Strau-s M:s. Frank. Mrs. Washburn. Miss KIa I and Mrs. Collins. Vloo, --Side, ted M - K G Fubi no ,-r. Accompanists: M ss Pratt and Mls St., Hard. o Hlk' Druina Itch, irs t's for the tiiiisiia! comedy, "The College pen nant," to be giien by the local order of Klks m tin' I-:ik.' opera hotis,. next Thursd iy .nid Friday evening. are p: ogi a ssing n :c, y. Several rehearsals in full have been given, and H. L. Brown, under who?,, dlrecion the play Is to la- given, asserts that the cast is the ptrnnee.-t he has yet secred in his presentation of the play. The chorus of twenty-live will be one of the strongest ft-itures, and cont.i'ns sime 'if Albuquerque's most popular young folks as well as some of the best local t. limit. The cast is com posed entirely of Albuquerque peo ple arid many that have hitherto figured strongly in amateur theatric als. The principals of the cast Include: Mrs. liny McDonald. Mrs. Maynard Gunsul, Miss McCartney, Mrs. It. F. ; 1 I ' , .! -' '-i. V'.?vVi--- . .... . ' sa .-'T - l.:: - - t : tj ' - '- e gill, nosi a prai'licng alliniiey. Ill slid' bur examination. Imi. She entered the I'liivt-rslty of New Mexico and is a u-adu 'te of that institu-ion. which is the highest edu cational institution in New- Mexico. Miss Brewer has already begun the practice of her profession and says she intends to remain in Albuquer que. , A few days ago she received Inr first case. It came from Kl I'aso and Involves tlie collection of several promissory notes for large amounts which will net her a handsome fie. There is no betier known young woman in Albuquerque than Miss Brewer and her miny friends feel Mire that she will score a Listing suc cess in her odd choice of a profes sion. She has an exceptionally good edu cation, Is a good speaker and makes a pleasing impressitiu upon all who meet her. The only thing at all likely to in terfere with M1s Brewer's success as an attorney is little Dan Cupid. "This is I.enp Year, however. " said Miss Brewer, "and no wedding bells for me. I'm too busy." Asplund, Col. D. K. B. Sellers, Mar cus P. Kelly, Joe U. Scotti. Mr. I,an dnlfl, J. IV Jones, A. D. Graham, Mr. Wilson, Nye Martin, Kirk Bryan and L. C. Bennett. Hall Particularly entertaining the past week was the dancing party given by the Commercial Club of Al buquerque, in the club julldlng 011 AA'est GoJ.l avenue. The event was the regular semi-monthly party of the club, but in place of the usual, in formal gathering characterlsiic of it.he.se parties, several cnUTtalning and formal features were introduced. Their next party will be given Wed nesday evening, February 19 The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mc-Kee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haupt. Miss Mayme Heed, Miss Kdna Fer guson, Miss Both Goss, Mi.ss Adell Goss, Miss Marie Telfer, Miss Ite-nie Telfer. Miss Pearl Hunter, Miss Mc Carthy and Miss Neusbaum ; Mr Beon Hertzog. Mr. G. Gladding, Mr. C. G. Johnson. Mr. Thomas Deuchi, Mr. Ernest Ijaudolfi. Mr. Harry AVelller, Mr. Samuel piekanl, Mr. A. Faber and Mr. T. N. Wilkerson. ('aril I'art.v In honor of her daughter, Mrs. Frank K. Qiilnn, who leaves Monday for her home In Plain A'iew, Texas, M rs Herman Bluehcr of Old Albuquerque. entertained at cards Monday evening. Sprays of evergreen formed the decorations. The guests were entertained at cards, followed by appropriate refresh ments, aft r wbicj. th,. evening wa- .leveled to dancing. The ladies first prize was aaard.-d :o Miss May Mailer, aid tie- consolation prize to Miss Sallie M ilo r: gi-nt lemen's Mrsi prize to Mr. II It. AVallenhoi si, and consolation pi,-. ,, Mr George Beauregard. The guests Myrs. Miss s. Malier, Miss M v rt V K irk p i SchioMcrt k. Car. 1 Blueie-r. and Mrs. I-'iai View. Texas, r and Mr. I .ai i 1 Mis-- Kls.e -r. M s, May M.i At.i.ie Korber. Miss tti k. Miss Joseph ne. .f Altainont. 11!.. Miss M.ss Viola niuehe! k i: Ollinn. of Plan. rnn rly M.ss Bl ileh.-r , K lo r. Mr. Armstea I, auragard. Mr. Arthur M r. I avid I an Ta.--iet. Mi. .I.k bel t Korber. M ". , K .lib !,.-. M r. Al George laaiii.igard and II. P.. Wall, t.iiors.. O lannvell !,-,- 1,1100 Mrs Sowers' an 1 Mis. J. II. Hohnan. of 4 1 r, Ka.-i I'on aa-iri, w . r.- th,- pleasant bost-cs-, s- at a ,e' L'htfal tit.-rt 1 in inent at tie- home of Mr.-. So.vi-rs, 2 10 South Arno stieet. Thurs, 1 iy evening. The event was a farewell reception given in honor of Mrs J. II. Fenner. who left this af'iinoon for old Mexico. Carnations farmed the chief decora tions. Mrs. 1 1 ni man and Mrs. Sowera w,re ,'iif-istel in re.-elvirg by Miss Kati,. Fisher, M .ss Jessie Hammond and Miss Belle Si-.n-rs. The guests were entertained at progressive high five, animal hearts, and a short musi cal program. Mrs. A. B. Belts gave a line musical selection followed by a recitation by Mrs. Anna AVilds Strum qulst. "The Departure of the Old Year," which was well rendered and highly appreciated. The H. of B. K. waj well represented aa the order ia i i ADVERTISE IN THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Issued at an hour when people have time to read an auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Isjcomotive Engineers. AVhen all were seated at the banquet tables, shortly after midnight, Mrs. Sowers with a few appropriate words, presented Mrs. Fenner with a handsome gold bracelet from the Turquoise lodge. The guests were: Mrs. J. H. Fen ner, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Holman, Mr. and Mrs. H. A hell, Mr. and Mrs. Clark. Mr. Knglehart, Mr. Maloney, Mr. Allison, Mr .Clyde Holman, Mr. and Mrs. H. Ilheeder, Mrs. Jessie. Mil ler, Mrs. AA'illiam Thomas. Mrs. AVhlt comb, Miss EllJtabeth AVhltcomb. Mrs. Bivlngstone, Mrs. Iloush, Mrs. J. Rtrumqulst, Mrs. J. Butler, Mrs. Saunders. Mr. and Mrs. A. IJ. Betts. 0 Social Tni The regular monthly social tea of the ladles' Aid widely of the Congregational church proved a most delightful event and was at tended by aoout ine-hundred and twenty-five ladles. The meeting was held at tiie home of Mrs. Wilson J. Marsh, of 301 South Kdlth street, Thursday afternoon. Those who as sisted In entertaining were Mrs. E. L. Washburn, Mrs. J. H. Crum, Mrs, I). M. Ulchards and Mrs. AV. J. Marsh. The house was prettily decorated In red and in honor of tne approaching St. Valentine's day, tiny red hearts were festooned about the rooms. The house had been darkened and the brilliant electric lights were dim med by huge ted shades, which cast a dull reflection or red over the whole scene. An Interesting musical program was given is follows: Mrs. Charles Frank, vocal solo; Miss. Kelly, in-, strumental solo; Miss Madeline St. C. Blachly. vocal solo; Mrs. Bells, instrumental solo. Kach responded to n ti encore. Among tile guests were: Mesdames J. T. Sclly, Ivess; J. C. McCoy. Fred H. Hopping. Trotter. James Skinner. C. K. Boldt. C. 0. Cushman, Carl Hopping. .Shupe, X. K. Stevens, K. H. Dunbar. C. o. Connor, Edgar Payne, Fred H Hopping, Bowman, Bell, Deviue, Iliehards, Shores. AVilliam Hopping. Bedlent. il-ald, Harry As plnwaH, Miller, Cochrane, H. J. Stone. Charles Frank. K B. Wash burn. Hens. .1. II. Crum, D. M. Itie.i ar.ls, Carson. Suavely, Stewart. Mc Clasky, Neece. Miller, of Parson, Kansas. Ne tVtoii, AVoodfor I, Fletcb- BITTERS If you take colds Vt?ry easily We i re you to com mence taking the Bitters at once. It will strengthen and fortify tlie system a:,'ains,t Chills, Colds and Grip, also cure Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Sick Head ache, Sleeplessness, Cos tiveness, or Female Ills. I We guarantee it pure. "I figure that an advertisement placed in ari evening paper will be read at least four times as well as one placed in a morning paper. The reason is obvious: In the morning people are too busy to read at any length. They look over the headlines, and possibly read the articles that are of special interest to them then throw the paper aside. The days work is before them, and must be done. But in the evening the work OiC the day is behind them, and they have the time, and also a greater inclination, to read. After supper, in easy chair and slippers, they will take up the evening paper and read it to the very last line." These are the sentiments of one of Albu querque's largest merchants. Think it over and decide if it is true. J. P. Ealtin, President G. Oloml, Vice President Consolidated Liquor Company Baceesaors to MELINTl & EAIilN. ua RACHECIU GIOSO WMOLMBALm Pf4U( M Wines, Liquors and Cigars W kfp 0Tytbfog Im Mt0ok to outfit tbo most fsttldlom bar aomplata Have hflen appointed esHmtre iktmd In the SouhwMt tnm i a. (.reen Klver W. II. Mo Brayer'a 0,la, Brook, Ita liaJlWPj Moiwrcli, and otl-r bramta of whiski too i.unV.', to nflon WE ARB NOT COMPOUJfDEKS But sell the straight article received from, th best winu. Distilleries and llrewerle. In the United Si V ta K our fctock and prices, or writ for Illustrated Catalogu, TaiVi List. Issued to dealer only. " Jn,w c Albuquerque Foundry ft. HALL. Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cara: Shaft, lugs. Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Colunwia anlroa Fronts for Buildings. pr on Mining mnd mill Mochlnory 0 petr Foundry east side of railroad track. AIWnunn. tm u THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement First and Marqaette er, J. ;. Stewart. Holmqulst, Bear rup, Wriitht. Mev. ns. Dunbar, Bith gow. Carry. I'ournelle, Bralnard; Mls.es Madeline St. . Blachly, Ma ble Stone. Marguerite D. Blachly. Walton Forest, 'iertrude Hopping and Kellv. l.Vi;!s Carhoii.ed Witch Hazel Sail, is . specially good for piles. Sold by .1. 1 1 11 'liielly Co. ICOOvftiftk- mil A DMi.K.in 1 1 1. sri'i'i;rt Try some rolls of our baking. De licious? Well, hundreds of people In town not only th.nk so but know Bo. Our rolls of several kind.-i to pleaaa different people are light, crisp and tisty. Suppose you give Us ao order for so main- a day for a trla! week. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St W II',. B CkM. Melhrti Socrotarr O. Bachechii TreMwer. and Machine Works and Rex Flintkols Roofing Alfeoqoerqoe, New Mexico COAL AMFIUCAN BIXKTC CKKRlLliOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace. Mixed. Not. CI.K.N ;s COKF SMITHvj COAU NMIVK KIXDUVO. IX)ll CASH OXLV. WOOD TK.I.KI 'IIOXE Kl. W. H. HAHH & CD. MILLINER Y UP-TO-DATE STYLES AT COST I'kiCHS Ladle' Tailoring ana Dressmaking MISS CRANE Ot2N. Boeond -Rhono 044 W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. IIVI KV. SVI.I-, IKi-j) .XD I TILW.SHJt SIAIUJ-jj. Horses and Mules Bought and changed. BF-ST TOL'KNOITS IN TUB CVtS Second Street between Central Copper Avenue. I