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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. f , , Queen Quality Shoes for Women WARNER'S CORSETS, Merode and Mtmsing UnWea, Topsy Hosiery Wb AKfc SOLfc ACihN TS ORDER BY MAIL SEND FOR SAMPLES GOLDEN RULFDRY l&OODS " CO."" SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT - - GREAT OMSN OPPORTUNITY SMLE CONTINUED FOUR DAYS MORE f&l2r&!;.t!& A,""k" r 10 if " RED CROSS SHOES FOR WOMEN 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 .Yv.wl.ibl to pro mote local enterprises. It wrote more business the first y?nr than was expected. It has paid all of its obligations. It is an Old Line I.eal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynold, President. J. H. O'Rielly, Scc'y and Gen. Mgr. SEE j a i si iw PRICES kw ixico L BEST FEEDERS Ifl WEST g;L Trailer Buys 10.000 Head! From Solomon Luna for Illinois iMan. Tl PLEASES LARGE if, rJTk (f 'FOLDING GO-CART N PRICE MEANS LlTTLlg Quality Alone Renders the verdict Embody the fullest possible measures of elegant appear ance, of comfort and ease. There's no question about it, your sooe expenditure will be most economically placed by Selecting Patrician Shoes. Price 93. SO and 94.00 Simpier-Clark Shoe Cs. 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 large stock of dry spruce dimension on hand. Why not buy the best when it Is just aa cheap? It will pay you to look Into this. BIO GRANDE LUMBtR GO. Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette cmcmcMomomcmomcMomomcmcmQ ooKoaoaoooanoao( - Convenience - Comfort - Security IHE AZTEC FUEL CO. t . r..n . : is uuw luny equip ped for business, and University Dramatic Club Pre scnts "Girl I Left Behind Mo" With Good Cast. ami they i l.uua mi ranches. BEST GALLUP LUMP COAL $6.50 Per ton of 2,000 potmds Wh.il 1 conceded to lie the linest bunch of whecp ever brought to the local stockyards were unloaded here I lxt night for re.il and feed while enroulo from Magdalena to Syca more, III. The consignment consists ' of T.fiOO In in lis and 2, 50O wetlicrs. were raised by Solomon Mr. Luna's Socorro county The lamb.s will uveiage 73 pounds and the wether.s i'S pound. The sheep were purchased by Louis Trauer, sheep commission bro ker of this city, ailing for A. M. Fiiy. of Sycamore, and will he fed by Mr. Foy for the Chicago market. Mr. Koy lias been buying and feeding New Mexico sheep for the past three years and s.iys that they are the best feeders 111 the west. This lot makes 2H,0'M head lie has pur ch ise.i this year through Mr. Trailer. After being fed and water ed here the sheep will he loaded for the long Journey east. A crowded Imus ."dilation at the night of Kr.tuklhi "The Girl 1 Ixft e greeted tin. pre Klks' theater last Pylcs' strong piny, Itehind Me," and Coke Mill Wood Mountain Wood Cedar and Pine Sawed to any length Phone 251 1 The telephone makes the dutiea lighter, th cares less and the worries fewer. The telephone preserves your health, prolongs your Ufa g and protects your horns. TOU NEED A TELEPHONE IN TOUR HOME. THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE ( 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCC. The MONTEZUMA GROCERY Co. COP P ER AND 1HIHO Complete and Unexcelled Line of Groceries Direct Importers of Italian Goods, Lucca Olive Oil, Macaroni, etc. New Store : Fresh Stock : Best Brands LORENZO GRADI, Prop. PHONE 1029 THEN UP TOWN, STOP AT C THE BAR OF COMMERCE I Largest and Oldest Place in the Gty. Finest Domestic 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 Tables, and First CUsi Treatment CRAD1 & GIANNINI, Props. 109 South First Street SAVES YOU MONEY HOME H M M m OUTFITTERS H I Every Thing Necessary for Housekeeping G DAVIS & Z EARING 30S W. Gold Ave. cxxxxxxxr( Allen & Vickrey Plumbing:, Tinning and Galvanized Iron Work 207 Central Ay. Phone 1515 HAVE A LOOK AT OUR LINE OF Loose Leaf Devices One or more of our various slyle used in business HELP THE BUSY MAN TALK IT OVER WITH H. S. LITHGOW BOOK-BINDER RUBBER STAMP MAKER Phone 924 : 312 W. Gold Ave. LITTLE BANK DOES GOOD BUSINESS Mil;ilull-IIH JllMlUUioil Insllt's scm. iiuMit SUiiwInn Us Condition lo Imi Km'IIciiI. TIk; I'itii'ii va Just I'ompleti .1 th (iiiblic.'iliou uf ihe Xatt'liKM'.t of th' Hank of MHRiliiliMin i.MU.i at Ihe cloi,. of huNincMs January S, 1908. Tl! staUnii'Ml shows the Imnk to ba In exifjllt-nt c-iui ill tjosj ami that it Is doing a l?oo,i hushif- hIoiik li Ri'i niati' linm. The Magdalena bank. cinsidprlnj; lis youth ami capital, sets a jiaie f r th(. other banks of Xew Mexico. X'othiriK, however. iiuik'ate more strongly tho liouilshing conditinn the institution, than the follow Ins tlKUrcH. which are marie public lin er oath by the cashier. .1. S. Maciiiv ish and. the iiirertDi J. .lolm I'.et ker. M. V. Plnurnoy an 1 So!fm.in Lnua: Lciaim and licounts i OverdraftH secured l!anhilifcr House ami Keal KstatP Furniture and Fixtures.. CASH OX HAXh; Currency S7.S75.00 Silver .. 1.S17.S5 Gold 2 1 '). fi6.7!iti.7 4 F. 1 . 6 4 4.;:t2.s2 Exchange, etc., on hind. 'asli In Hanks Liabilities. Capital I'ndivi.lcd profits Deposits subject, to check Time deposit Sundry persons ,ii)2.t5 , 1 0 2i 3S 30,046.43 $154.4r.4.21 $ 30. 000. Oft S.o:Ui.!:! no.4T. 1 .4 SM.K'JM.II 1.137.7 ' the Drainatle club of tho rnivenity is to be cinsraiulate,l upon its success 1 in a comparatively new Held. "The till!" is the llrt production ! of a melu-dramatlo or military char ncter that lias liecn ntteinptcd by the I'ttiversily students, and H a play ic- ' iiir!u a biirh dccrei- of draiua:l' skill. The characters, however, were u.iustialiy well placed, and counties details of the action .ipptaied to larefuly worked out. In fact, the hinh standard by which the Dramatic club has come to be JudKed bv local audiences, was consistently tuisiained Miss Janet Hryson carried Ihe dif. licit roie or Kate Kcni.ian.the ki iht- al'.s daughter, in a commendable manner for amateur unin. Miss Olive I'lyce rarricd the ioli of the vivacious visitor in an inimit able manner, and In the amusing comedy of their northwestern love uffalr, SI Iks Ueatrice Tascher as "Just Plain Ann nnd Mr. Tascher is Koclor Penwlck, presented a bit of acting eUal to the best. The vi orou.s applause tTley received Indicat ed clearly the taste of the audience for the comic episodes of the play. In heavier vein, FreJ It. Brown liiK, us (jftieral Kennlan. and M. J. .Mctluinness, as the cowardly lieuten ant and calculating vllllun of the play, sustained difficult roles. The part of Lieutenant Kdgar Hawsworth Kaj carried by Prof. John H. Crum whose ell'ortH as dirc'ctor of the play, contributed larKely to its success. Kil mund ItosH, its Scarbrow. the educat iil leader of the Ulackfoot tribe, of Indians, with a Rood presence and the attitude of an Injured chieftain added realism !o the HtimtiK scenes "Kavn Afraid, his daughter, wJ enacted bv Miss KliKena Keleher, ill dress and action, a perfi-ct Indian maid. The bashful and love-lorn Private Jones, enacted by Hush M. Wryan. and the Kood-natured ofllclous Kly mi. interpufd by l. H. Uine. were t hot oukIi lv a I'lo i'iated by the audl- em-'. Raymond KHninnwi, as I it 1 Pick llilileiKhl, portraytnl the wayward son. "Andy" Jackson, the veteran scout, was made real by I,awrcnce I'e. Kenneth Iield, as Fell-an-Ox, and t'halmers McConnell, as Silent Toimue, were taptlvatinn lndian. and Miss Natly its the m lid. rtas ex cellent. Members of company tj asnffited In th( performance and several popular and patriotic melodies were played by the First Iteglment Orchestra. Professor Crum has under consid eration an invitation from th Helen Commercial club to presi nt the play at that city nnmetime ln the near fu hihI if It Is .osslble for all the mem bers of th -ast to accept the Invita tion, the trip will no doubt tin made. I r rf 4 I'phtfht i- Reclining Cluwd THE ALLWIN FOLDING GO-CART the cart that is built just as the mother wants them. Twenty new patterns for 1908. Beautiful enamel finish. Prices range from $7.50 to $17.50 On exhibition now at I ALBERT FABER Furniture, Carpets and Draperies 308-310 WEST CENTRAL AVE. "OLD RELIABLE." ESTABLISHED 18 iZ. L. B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the largest and Most Uxrlutdve Stock of Staple Groceries ln the Southwest. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS $124.:.4 21 ritu: nor tuikky li xch at IHK OUOIII) IH l'l L't TOMOJIT I'KOM 1 TO 11. CHINESE CELEBRATE NEW YEARS TODAY X i washer, washee 'o lay; Xothlnif to do but play. This is the 'hinc.se N. . Year, the lili,'K..-t day in the jear in 111'' Flowery KinKdom. According ta Sam Kf, the- South Second street merchant JUd the arR. nowledged leader of the local Chi nese colony, every ?".., chinaman iri China U celebrating today In a most uproarous manner "Just like,. Meli- can .New Year. sail .hii. l-.very- body have kooiJ tirn-. drlnkce and I.layee and shontee fireworks. Eat andy and r.ike. Xu woikee." However, it is d.ffir.-nt wi.h the Cliinanon In America. 'liile they lon'l forKct the Kt-e.itt-st holiday In the ear of their native land, they too Imy Kcttitn; the money to oh- servo It to tho letter. Ihe reporter found ChonK I.e.-, who runs the nth Seem,. St. laundry and who rks seven days a week an J twenty hours a d iv, busy with his washing a usual. He ha i plate of candy and nu's handy and hroueht out the ever to lie . -xpecti d jut' of Chinese whl.-ky. He said that a lady had to hav h-r washing today and that was the reason he wag working. At Sam Kee's china store the first thing that greeted a customer com ing in was a large cake s'.l decorate. I with Hags and candy. The yellow flag of the dragon a.s sticking In the side toward the window. The other flag were those of America, Eng lutii and France. Harsh physics renct, weaken the bowels, cause chronic constipation. Ixian's Kegtilet. operate easily, tone the stomach, cure c.instiration. z'ot:. Ask your drugglm for them. STOP AT TIIK FASHION CAI K Idli VOl It M)VX TOWN I.I NCU. RAILROAD AVENUE. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M GOOD SIGHT Is a Priceless Possession, and you should not allow your eyes to be treated except bya com petent optician or occulist. I will tell you free just what I can do for your eyes, and EXAMINATION FREK GUARANTEE TO DO IT. C. H. Carries, Oph. D. 14 VT;. X34K)K)X34K400404K)04K xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxoottx JJISKT MKALS IN CITV Columbus Hotel ocxxxxxjoocxxjocxyjoooocxxxxxj ItOl'GU DRY. 1 10 you know whit thlw means? It not ask our drivers to explain It to vou. IMPKKIM. LM'XDHV. Iv, nnedy's Iwixatlve Cough Syrup o ts gently hut promptly on the bow els. It stops the cough by soothing the tlnoat and lung irrita i"ii. Sold by .1. II. o'ltielly Co. The rea.son we do no much ItOl'fill 1I t V work la because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to have It done at home. IMPi:itIl, LAUNDRY CO. "Suffered day and night the tor ment of itching piles. Nothing help ed me until I used Iioan's ointment. It cured mo permanently."-- lion. John It. Carietl, Mayor, Cii.ud, Ala. wotiikk iu; ri i:ki:y di m:k at Tin; iiomi; kimu iiivt M MV. Have you seen tin- ratneia .Id by the Simpier-Clark S! xt door to the poslotlii e .' Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week, Day or Meal. MRS.M.E.NORRIS 110 Eatt Coal Avenue ALBUQUERQUE-ESTANCU AUTOMOBILE COMPANY Automobiles daily to points la the Kstancla Valley, i-'peclal cars to Oolden. San Pedro and o'her points. Automobiles for rent by th day or hour in and about the city. Parties holding special round trip tickets to Eatancla. and return may exchange them for hourly servic in the city or other points. For further information In quire at tho (General Ticket office and garage, 40S V Copper ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Phone 84. Consult a Reliable Dentist Full bet of Twtli Gold Filling $1..'.0 up (old Crowns $8 PaJnlcs Fitruiting . ...Site ALL Wlllilt If you have Catarrh, .f this repulsive dise-a-Shoop of Hacine. Wis , free, a tii.il box of bi fid yourself r. Ask lr. to mail you lr. Sli.M.p's Catarrh Remedy. A simple, s.nfie test, will surely tell y.iu a Cataiih truth well worth your knowing. Write today. Don't .suffer longer. Ail dealers. AIISOI.FTIXY ANTtED. $8 i.l'AH mis. coi'p and prrrnT. UOOSI 12, N. T. A-VM1JO BLDG. GROCERY SALE SATI IIIY, FFP.. I, we will c.im- i mence our Cut Price Grocery t'ale. I Be sure and get a price liot. Come j and examine the goods and aftei buying and you aie not satisfied we , will cheerfully reurn your money. Pt. can I-ig Cabin maple syrup. 18o 60c English Break fasr tea 35C i tiOc uruolored Japan tea 350 8 bars Swift's Pride soap 25J I 8 bars Diamond C oap 25c cans Miliar corn 25o 3'a lbj prunes 25c 15c Tomatoes large cans Uo CASH BUYERS' UNION IS2 North Steond HM, HOI.Di:, lr,p. CRYSTAL THEATRE .V. It. Oifinlorff, Sl-r., 12 Wist Gold TliU Wei'k BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW tOo-AOIHISSION.IOc Ladie' souvenir matinees Tuesday I and Fridays; Children's toy matinee every saiurjay; complete changj of program Thursday; tfrani amateur carnival Friday night. A few choice front sU, zoc; no raise ln prices. 5