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f.V -.' page mm ri:loV. Mnni 20. tm.' SPRING TIME IS HERE 1 m&j FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. joooooooooooo 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. 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. Raynolds, President. oockjooooooooocoo PALACE BILLIARD PARLOR 118-120 SOUTH SECOND PLENTY OF ROOM PLENTY OF LIGHT TEN ELEGANT TABLES, BRAND NEW EXQUISITELY Full Line of Cigars and Tobacco g Rtfurnlibtd mm MR NIGHT AGAIN iOELEGATES GO TO AT THE CRYSTAL' SILVER CITY CONVENTION Maiinger trcinloiTf of lhe popular "rystal announce that the wl6hy t tmidt'd amateur night of his hmise, which has been dropped f'ir a week n two, will Lie resumed t.uni;llt and In a hurrah. He ict;Ue that rit ha Kiven this Jolly occasion removed streiiKth and that an unusually hrifclit una clever "would-be" jthown may ,,e looked for tonight. Une chap, who In populnrij kmn.n about town as "Casey." will voice ii song or two, and another thrcateim to do the "sheeney" 13 clever trick, H he can do it), a pair offi-r to fence for points and another to wrestle from the knees, which promise to be quite an intercntlng blunt. Cook, the new operator at the Crys tal, is showing some beautiful mov Iiik pictures nowaday, and his list for tonight i.s varied anil good. -Travels Through Smyrna. "The Ven geance of an African Slave." "An Au tomobile us a Towbnat." "A Mistake of a Chemist" "A Tricky Policeman" and "A Marric Harrol," are subject which furnish surprising material for Interesting pictures. The same prices prevail amateur night at the Oystal as "it th.- regular moving picture chows. svn iiiiws M'i4 ii, si.e. 2 iloz. fresh Kaniis eggs 4ic High patent flour J 1.35 7 Holland herring 2."c S ten-rent cans of sn dines 2jc U"ir grade of S.ilmo,, 10c 12 tic grade of oysters loo Dr. Price's wheat flakes tc Peltijohn's breakfast food lie Postum Cereal 20c $1.00 size Horllck's Malted Milk.. 80c Scouring soap 5c 2 rakes of tar soup 5c Fly time is coming: don't fail to see us fuj. screen wire. TIIK M .!: WM. klEKK, 11ir. o- Kodol la today the best known rem edy for all disorder of the stomach, auch a dyspepsia, heartburn, aour stomach and belching of gas. siold here by J. H. O'Rielly & Co. And don't forget we have some bargains in Floor Coverings 5 And we have a fine assort ment of Art Squares in Seamless Brussels, Axmin sters and Velvets; Chinese and Japanese Mattings. 1 Cash or payments occmkcoooooooo J. H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. FURNISHED Rtmodalad When in Los Angeles stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE 168 N. Main St., Lo Angeles. CaL KnmiS.lMVi.otlak.-'EllfOPEAM PUN SOt. JP Brookh ii Ave. Cars; from Salt Luke and fesiaurant Connected Santa 1-Y lK'iMds lake j . , FirslSt.cHr.s toAliui.. "" " t lit -it one block north. or Month jTliey Occupied Two Sieelul PullniaM I an. I .Ml Un Ibnrtlix In the Keguliu-'Xriiin. It required two special Pullinaa ; cars and all the ppum berths in the. I Ml I'aao sleeper to carry the Kepub j llcan delegates mho ktt't this city at 12:15 o'clock this morning to attend j the territorial Uepublicnn convention, which will be held In Silver (Vty to ! morrow. And it is mil J that some ! had to sit up In the Mnoking ear. A large number f -tit-legutijt from i eastern counties arrived in this ci!y 1 yesterday morning over the Santa Fe cut-off. The northern county dele Kates arrived on trat 1 in the : evening und the stalwart delegate from MoKinley county arrived on train No. 8. The Santa J-Vj delega tion .heailed by Oovernvr (ieorge Curry, arrived on train No. .7. In the governor's party were T. IS Catroi', Mareellno Ortiz, Thwnu-s 1'. Cable, Sheriff C. C. Closson and At torney General Hervey. Mr. J-Jervey Is a delegate from Chavez c.unty. The delegates from McKlnley county were (Jregory Page and 8. K. Alflrii h. A. M. KU wards of Karminglon and Ieonard Itoat of Aztec paused thr&gh the rJty aa delegates from San Jiaan county. W. S. Sargeant, territorial auditor, will represent Rio Arriba county. Other northern delegation arrived on Jats trains. C. M. Foraker, J. A. Ilubbs. F. A. Hubbell. W. F. Jtrogan and tieoige rnot composed the Hernsllllo dele gatlon. Judge P.ayne and Jerry I.eahy. rep resenting Colfax county, were on train No, 9. Solomon I. una. representing Va lencia county, left last night for Sli ver City. VTKI AX i:i.IKIU.V PKIt M TO " Alti: JXlt SMALL FAM ILY i tiii: MoL vrirxs at ii t- KY. . M. A (.)! JIOMi: AMI .MOIKUTi: SAUItY I'AIO IXHl I.MillT SMIVIC1J. APPLY IN PEH. sO AT L. II. 1MTN FY'S STOItr. DEMOCRATS WILL PLACE FULL. TICKET IN FIELD Under Skillful Leadership They Adopt Platform and Will MaRe Nominations. W.th .1 temerity they have not dis played for many yearn, the Democrats of Albuquerque held ward primaries last evening with a v'.ew to placing a full ticket in the field at tile ap proaching municipal election. Fif teen delegates were elected In tach ward and the party population wns stretched to fill out the llsr. Follow ing the primaries, the ward managers and part of the delegates congregated in Armory hall for a love feast and together bolstered up each other's courage by courageous speeches. This courage meeting was call ed a meeting of the Democrat ic club and was presided over by President Summers Hnrkhait Among the notables present were N. P. Field and It. W. I). Hrynn, who are spoken of as possible candidates for mayor, llarvry P.. Fergusson. K. V. Chaves and O. N. Marron. About 2(10 pere present and were served with speeches highly cominendablo to the speakers. A platform carefully compiled by the inn lingers was adopt ed by the meeting and the itjnialiider of the parly Is expected to support It, This platform Is as follows: "He it resolved by the Democratic club of Hernalillo county that we recommend to the Democratic city convention that the following resolu tions be adopted as the platform of the party In the coming city cam paign: "We, the Democratic party of the city of Albuquerque in convention as sembled, do hereby declare the posi tion of the Democratic parly to be: "We regard as imperative and pressing the necessity to provide ade quate sewer facilities for lhe whole city; we are convinced thai they ran be provided, in connection with such Paris of tile present sysleni as are In proper condition, for less than $200, mid; and we pledge mirsrlves If elected to present to the voters of A!, buqucrque at Ms early a date as pos sible a practicable plan for it ii ade quate sewer system at a reasonable cost and rapnble of indefinite exten sion us needled. "IVe are unalterably opposed to the issue ef $400. aOH of bonds for that purpose, which Issue, milled to the present outstanding bonded in debtedness, Includ'K; school bonds, would raice the ratio of the bonded indebtedness to the taxable value to more tha.i 21 per cent, -a ratio which is more than double that of any city in the United States, and which iuld Increase our city taxes nearly one- "We are unalterably opposed to the adeption of ny system or ulan which involve the expenditure of anything like that amount it this aime. "Th resolution of the city -council withdrawing the proposed Lssmo of $4iH',H00 of bon. Is fi.im .submission to the voters and which were inspired by the He publican leaders in ramus and presented bv thir renresei la- (t'ves. ran only be construed to mean I Hint the llepiiblUvatis are comniil led to the plans conla'ned in the city jti ; m iecr'. report requiring the e.xpe.i.ili ' tine of neic W $400,000, mid ihat .the I withdniivnl of snid proposition is nly i tempo fa r ; ,n,, aid resolutions were only suggested to and passed by the He publicans after they had learned that thr Democratic parly ujj jre :parel te demonstrate to the taxpayers that said bond Iscue was submitted tc the people and in effect a p , proved by the Republican convention without iinything like the investiga tion which the gravity of th; iSiiue required, ami were an admission that no such investigation has been id a fie "The platform adopted by the Re publican party, the only body author ized to speak for it, and which auui Iniited the present riindldatea oc that ticket, in .effect approved the id Issue, The candidates nomiiratt5 by ihut convention on that platform have repudiated It and promulgated a tit-w one, evidently regarding platform H.i made to ji-et in on nml .subject Ii chunge as often as political rxpfdl .ency ee.jiis to them to require, nd we lim y ex pec' tiefore election "We submh does nl know a time, how it several new platform Uay. that a party which longer tbin a week at stand.s ui any public J question, and iMiididatea wh are as not the tarillatiiig as tli-'ir party proper party or prisons f be en triuited with Hie important affairs of the city, nd are tun entlt) to the su piiot t tf the vir.ers. "IVf believe Tn.it tin- storm wat can be tntn care of s i t limit inco venitncr irf a syavmiatlc grajlng of lhe streets, and we pledge ourselves U elected, to adopt njch a course to that end. "vie ale unalterably uppuMl t any rcluctloii of ll.e amount of lhe liquor license provided by existing or dinance and we fatr the imparti.il enforcement of all laws md ordi nances without respect to person-. "We heartily approv.- if the ordi nance providing for tae desigiution of a depository for city fun. Is, lately passed by the council. n far as It goes, but insist that In its present form It relieve the ci!y treasurer from liability on hU official bond In case of the failure of the designated bunk, and provide no recurlty for the city In that event And e pledge ourselves, if elected, to so amend saiil ordinance a to require the bank des ignated as auch depository to furnish a bond equal In amount at least to the dally average balance of the city funds In its hands, thus providing ample aecurity for the city in caae of failure of the bank. "We favor the Introduction of the industrial ystem of education into the jK-hool aa soon as praetirable "We favor rigid economy In all public pn4ifiea and believe that aa far practicable ad paid officer! of the city nhnulti fee ve ft fixed compensation, and that where fees are necessary the maximum amount to be retained by the ofilcer should be fixed by ordinance and the excess should be paid Into the cMy treasury; aud we further believe that the city's expenditures should, at least until a return of more prosperous times, be kept well within the city's Income. ' The convention at which the dele gates elected will be expecUd to nilopt a list of cnmll'lat. s selected by the managers will be held at the Klks' theater tomorrow evening at K o'clock. That la, providing In the meantime the malingers r-an find a fearless candidate to he.nl the ticket. It Is said that a committee has made several rails upon Attorney X. U. Field and pleaded with him to take lhe nomination for mayor, but that he has stoutly refused. 1!. W. D. I'-iynn Is said to be a second choice. Attorney Felix Lester has also ben talked about as candidate for mnyor. J. Korber, it is understood, will be asked to tun Tor city treasurer and It Is said that John P. McManus wants to be city clerk. The council and school trustee candidates have been chosen from the best mater'nl of the party and will be announced at the proper time, which is In the conven tion, according to a decision reached at the meeting last night at the Dem ocratic club headquarters. Following are the delegates liy wards: First Wnni. H. II. Auge, Mike Dragole. C. A. Orande. Hen Myers. M. I.'. Vigil. P. U. Cornish, A. A. Trimble, Frank yuler, otto Mann, Felipe Sena, John A. Johnson. It. H. Iester. D. S. Huck 1 in. Kd Thlerhoff, J. T. Kdmundson. Stvonil Vnnl. . It. J. Sweeney, J. Korber, Dr. S. L. Uurton, A. W. Douglas, U. W. Hixler, James McCorriston, (ieorge (leigolilt, John Honnell. (Ieorge K, Kennedy, H. J, iViir.ns. II. C. Clark, S. K. Koehl, C. O. Young, W. J. Deary. Dr. F. H Wells. TWtnt Ward. A. J. Maloy. J. II Shnf f lebai ger, S. It. Coco, James Hennessv, K. II Dunbar, Pablo I.ujan. K. M. Clayton. Martin Kyan, Rafael Carria. Frank Klrster. F. C. Hullinglon, R. I.. Must. J. P. Steele, J. P. Mrliu 1 e, J. I . Km mons. l'oiirtli Ward. P. A. Pnker, F. )l. Moore. Mike Mandell, (. X. Matron. H. D. Samp rill, X. H. Field, K. V. Chaves, W. II. King, D. 11. Cams, Andreas Romero, W. W. McClelliin, F. 11. Lester, J. II. Wroth, Frank McKee, S. llurkhart. GRAND JURY INDICTS ALLEGEC CON MAN Sul H ail, Alias Mckcon, aixl ll Will 1U TnttJ. Con. .Sullivan, alias F. J. McKeon. and the young mail giving his name hs F. J . Houston, arrested at the Santa Fe Klatlon yesterday on the charge of fleering a uian by the niime of t;. A. Davis out of Jfi. were in dicted yesterday afternoon by the ter ritorial grand Jury and this morning pleaded "not guilty" when arraigned. Hsith men were returned to the enmi ty Jail to await trhit, which has not been aet When taken Into custody by Hen Williams, chief of the secret aervlce department of the Santa Fe, and Of finer Troutman, peuial officer, Sul livan put on a wry morose appear anee and acted ugly with the nftlcers. Wililams asked JJouston where he lived. The latter wild Albuquerque The officer then ji.sked him when 1 Ciline. anil he said the night before. Th" next question was, "Where did voil sleep'.'" "1 was going to sleep around the onrner," was the answer. When WllliaaiM akcd Sullivan where he lived, the answer was ".Veil of our s.1 r t barlnex." When itflicer Troutman fa-sleiwO .lie manacles on Sull van's wrists t.n take him to the county Jail, the offi cer u-ke. tin- rrook if lie had ever bad them on before. "Ttiat's inie of your business." was the ansuer again. "We'll meet again, partner.' said Sullivan. "yes.' replied Troui man. "We iw this morning.' Troutman was in lhe doorway yes terd;iy moriiinfi: lien the two men tried to leave th car after trying to work a passenger and placed Sulli .van under arreaL Officer William' said this moriiiuii hat he had reasons to believe that roiilivuu ami his iss:stuut, who Is a young man and p'ob.ibly a student, .have been making Albuquerque thelT beadquiirters for the past thr rieks. It is reporfed that iwo mea i. wetnlillng Sullivan and Houston took f;:."i from a pas-eiit.-i bitween Win- f'.ow and A I binpierti ue a couple of -!. ago in a ganif of cards. CAPTAIN STOVES IS INJURED IN ACCIDENT Nugini Ovt-rtui'iis. Tlniruing Heavy In-srtiiiiouts on Him 1, f( lf l llrokr-Ji. i Santa . N. March 20 SM'- ciul). 'tptaln Sloer, Inspector "f government urvs in New Mexico, w-as brought to this city last night suffering from a couioun fracture of the left leg ju.-t above the ankle, received near Cnoricito, near Iamy. V. M., where a wagon turned over, throwing him beneath heavy nurvey Ing Instruments. Captiln Stover was brought to the city by Dr. Kimpp. who went to the scene of the acci dent and gave the broken leg tempo rary treatment. Franklin C. Bear stein, Captain Stover'a assistant, was in the accident but escaped injury. According to Pearnteln, he and Stover were driving along a deep ar roya. when the wagon turned over, precipitating both men and the con tents Into the bottom of the arroya. Some of the heavy instrument fell on Captain Stover. Captain Stover was a Rough Rider, and one of the most popular govern ment otliclaU making their home in Santa Fa. BASEBALL COMMITTEE APPOINTED FOR Letters from Government Offl dais Show Interest In New Alexlco's Big Event. A committee on baseball, which will have charge of a series of games to be played during the Sixteenth Na tional Irrigation congress and terrl- torhtl fair, has been appointed by Colonel Hopewell, chairman of the hoard of control. The committee 1 composed of O. A. Matson. chairman; Roy McDonald and Jke (Jraham. The cup offered as a prize by V. A. Fleming Jones for the best Indi vidual exh.blt of grapes has arrived at the congress headquarters and will be displayed aooit In one of the down town atore. The following letters received by Colonel Hopewell are self explanatory and Indicate the interest being taken In the congress by governmental de partments: Department of the Interior, United States Geological Survey, Topo graphic Branch. Washington, March 10. 1H0S. Mr. W. S, Hopewell, Albuquerque New Mexico. Dear Sir: I wish to thank you for your kind Invitation to be present at the coming meeting of the Irrigation congress in September and to present a paper on "The Xecesslty and Value of TojKigraphic Surveys Preliminary to Irrigation Constructions." I accept with pleasure the Invita tion to be present and will have the said paper ready to present at the congress. Very respectfully, E. C. HARXARD. Geographer. IcpHrlnient of the Interior. United States Reclamation Service. Office of the Director. Washington. March 16. 190S. Mr. W. S. Hopewell, Chairman Ronrd of Control, Natlonnl Irrigation Con gress, Albuquerque, N. M. Sir: Referring to your kind letter of March ti It is but natural that this bureau should cheerfully po-operato with the National Irrigation congress, lhe influence of which In the past has been so potent In shaping public sen timent in favor of national Irrigation. The Albuquerque meeting undoubt edly will prove of great benefit to the territory of New Mexico, In attracting attention to Its advantage In climate and soil, and to the opportunities it offers for homeseekera. New Mexico Is today a Mecca for thousands of homeseekers, and ac cording to official records It has dis posed of more public lands to ettlra than any other white or territory. Very truly yours; V. II. NEWELL, Director. The following communication taken from the Wyoming Tribune of March 16 shows in a measure the Interest being taken by the resident of other 4talea in the congress, especially In those states having conditions similar to New Mexico. John H. Gordon, the writer of the communication, la profesj.nr in the University of Wy oming The communication follows: To the Editor of The Tribune: As a member of the executive fvimmlttee representing the state of Wyoming at the' approaching Irrlga tion congress to be held at Albuquer que, N. M . September 29-30, October 1-2-3, liiox, 1 would strongly urg the citizens of Wyoming to tuke a special interest in this congress.. We ought to be represented from every county of the state with the products of each. Representatives wi.l be there from foreign lands; let us show them there Is such a place as Wyoming. Last year at Sacraineiito with very little effort two of the chief prlaes were captured by Wyoming, one a $500 prize, was secured by Robert Carey of Carey-hurst. The University of Wyoming nx ably represented by Professor New ell, w ho pitted the gain grown at that Institution, sup plemented by grain grown at the gov ernment farm. Cheyenne, and brought buck the magnificent silver cup that many have seen and admired. Now, with such u small effort last year at Sacramento with only three parties to bear the burden u gainst such opposition and lo yet come out o victorious, what would be accom pliuhed If u general effort was made throughout the stale? 'Jilt- prizes offered will be numer oii, and costly. When the full list is made out 1 ii be pleased to report Ihuui. Now here i.s a good opening to (ire. nI Hie products of our state before such an intelligent assembly, repre senting perhaps every state in the I'll Ion. Let us embrace this golden opportunity. JOHN II GORDON. CAR OF ORANGES HAS THE KOODOO SIGN I wriil) -jifi" Wan (lie Sum of the .ViiiiiIkts on liacli Itt-t'rigi-rutoi-uiu Olio W as' l lrvtl. A fire of unknown origin was dis covered in refrigerator car No. 7 5 ti fi . loaded with oranges, in the local yards at V o'clock lust night, and damaged the car to the extent that the fruit hud to be transferred lo another car, No. 5657. It is a re markable fact that the numbers of each of the cars playing a part in the fire tragedy when added up make Hie proverbial hoodoo number of "23, Skidoo." "If those oranges reach their des tination in the east safely, It won't be because the sign is not right for them to be ditched,'' said a switch man, eying the car suspiciously snorliy after the Job of transferring had been completed, REFRIGERATORS J ' t T' v? i X ?r rj i"!'. ".O-Jf 'I.' - V vR'riV'i' i i - ..M'.TlKor.u-.i''u!. r- -7T Y Prices range from $10 up ALBERT FABER ?S ,, C. H. Car nes, ooooooooooooo THE Oxford Hotel 114-116 North Second THE FINEST DINING ROOM AND BUFFET IN THE CITY : : : UOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDCOOCXXXX. MEALS IN CI TV Columbus Hotel rxxxocxxxxxxxxxxxxjoocxxxxx) Thos. F. Keleher DKVOES HEADY FAINT One (iullon Covers 600 Square Fee PAIiMKTTO HOOK PAINT Stops l.enks, Iuts live Years. JAP-A-LAC. 406 Wist Railroad Avaaum r-ull Set of Teeth jfe fa, ;oll nillnK $1.50 op Vy GoM Crowns t m M Pain low Extracting ...,R0c Mr" .MA, WOltK (.1 AltW I I El). IKS. COI'P anil PKTTIT. KH)M J, N. T. A.4MIJO BLDO. The Aztec Fuel Co. j. t. Mclaughlin l'rcsident I'lltST AM) M ItJ)I.K P1IOXE 231 Best Gallup Lump Coal $6.50 per ton of 2000 pounds COKE MI I.I, WOOD MOUNTAIN WOOD CE1IAK AND PINK SAWED TO ANY LENGTH THORNTON. THh CLEANER. Located at 121 North Third street The only real steam cleaning plant in the southwest. We are now better prepared than ever before to clean anything that Is cleanable.. la clean ing, pressing and repairing clothes, wa take the front seat. All we auk Is a trial. All work guaranteed. Sec ond hand clothing bcught and aol( Ooods called for and delivered or. short notice. Phone 440. Our Ntuudard is doniextic fl"Nh. If you want Uie hlglt polish tell us; we do tliat, too. llulilw Istundry Co. The most perfect sys tem ot sanitary cold storage ever devised. All parts adjustable and easily removable for cleaning. Constant circulation of cold, dry, pure air. No musty odor. Flavor of one article will not taint another. Come in and see our display. The Fitting of Glasses I Is My Specialty. It hag required yeara for me to to learn what I know of human eyes and their needs, and I guar ante? to relieve Hie most obstinate troubles duo to eye strain. Oph. D. 114 West Central, PHONE 4 6 J. O00O00000OOCij The Home Restaurant 207 West Gold Breakfast 25c Dinner 35c Supper 33c ALBUQDERQUE-ESTANClAi AUTOMOBILE COMPANY Automobiles dally to points In the Estancla Valley.- Special cars to Golden, Kan Pedro and otbsr points. Automobiles for rent by the dvy or hour in and about the city. Parties holding special round trip tickets to EMancla and return may exchange them (or hourly service In the city or other points. For further Information in quire at the Ueneral Ticket office and garage, 403 W. Copper aye., Albuquerque, New Mexico. Phone 846. QUALITY AND PRICE. Our aim U to keep quality up and prices as low as possible. Big lot or latent style Ladles' Waists, very stylish, up-to-date, well made and well finished; you expect to pay (1.60 to $2.00; you find them here at V9c. About 50 different patterns, also, white-and black Underskirts, Corset Covers and Nightgowns. Special Sale on Shoes. Men's $1.25 and LB0 Work Pants at $1.00. Men's 20c Fancy Hobs at 2 pair 25c. Grocery Specials. 3 lbs. Prunes V 2 lbs. large loose Raisins 2.Vj 3 cans Sunburst Corn 23c 8 bars Diamond C. Soap 23c 4 lbs. Washing Soda 0 AT THE CASH BUYERS' UNIOTt 122 North iaeaod WM. DOLDE. Prop. -Mall Orders Filled ITompily. CRYSTAL THEATRE W. K. On-iulorlT, .Msr. 120 W'et Gold Tills Week BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW tOe ADMISSION lOo Lu.Iim' souvenir matinee Tnoariiir. and Fridays; Children's toy matinte every Haturdny; complete change ef program Thursday; prand amateur carnival Friday night. -v few choice front seats, 20c; no raise In prices. COAL AMERICAN BLOCK. CERRILLOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace, Mixed, CLEAN OAS COKE. SUt SMITHING COAL. NATIVE KINDLING POn (X.KSH ONLY. WOOD TEEPHONE II. W. H, HAHN & GO