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ALBKQr I- !() I : K CITIZEN.
WAS A JOLLY SAILOR
FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
WEST END VIADUCT
YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE
Occidental Life Insurance Co.
Of New Mexico and Arizona
It is a home indus'ry.
It keeps the money at home and makes it available to pro
mote local rnterprises
It wrote more business the first year than was expected.
It lia- paid all of its obligations.
It in 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,
PALACE BILLIARD PARLOR
118-120 SOUTH! SECOND
PLENTY OF ROOM PLENTY OF LIGHT
m ELEG4NT TABLES, BRAND NEW
Full Line of Cigars and Tobacco
t 'umi one
8 vl RN UP TOWN, STOP AT ?
i THE BAR OF COMMERCE
. Largest and Oldts- Place in the City."
f Finest Domestic and Imported
i LIQUORS AND CIGARS
Family Trade Solicited. Telephone 1036
and g&ods will be delivered at once
THE LARGEST AND BEST POOL HALL IN TOWN
All "N.-w Tables, and First Class Treatment
CRADl & CIANNINI, Propss
f South First Street J
-Ill ""i"""" nmnOTj w i't i
YOU CAN SAVE
A checking; account will not only help you to spend
your money economically, but it will also aid you
to ave money systematically. '
When you have a record of every cent you pay out
(which you will have, if you pay by check)Lyou
will be l-iore careful of your expenditures.
A checking account give you a complete record of
every cent you ipend. You get a receipt for each
bill paid. You have safety for your funds and
convenience for your business transactions.
PAY BY CHECK.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
t Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
Weather is right here
now. We have the
One of the oldest and
best line in the country.
We also have cheaper
lines and our prices are
right. Cash or payments.
J H. O'Rielly,
Scc'y and Gen. Mgr.
Whenjin Los Angeles stop at the
U. S. HOTEL
JOHN C. ALTHOUSE
168 N. Main St, Los Angeles. Cal.
KmniS.r.IrM.tt!ik.KllROPEAM PUN 50c. UP
lirook 1 1 A VI-. lu: i
Iron. Salt J-ihIvi" anil Restaurant ConwcK'd
mta!-V!e,H..stake! . k. .
ear-, lo .Main.
iiciiai raii-3 uy .(in
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
HUE NEXT TO BANK OF
COMMERCL. j j j
Children Arc Given I lie Minimi W illi
Which lo liiiiutiry tlx- City
mill Are Working Ilnnl.
The 1.241 packages of flown- seeds
diMributed among the school ehllilri-n
of Greater Albuquerque yesterday by
the cii1 comnilttt'i- of the Civic lm
provement league was only the first
Instalment of the peed the league ex
pects to give the children to help
beautify the city. A second Instal
ment equally as large as the first will
1- distributed In about two weeks.
The ladles composing the seed
committee are Mrs. W. W. Strong.
Mrs. V. (.!. Cornish aud Mrs. Frank
Mck'ee. Mrs. .Strong, chairman of
the committee, said this morning that
the seeds di-titbuted yesterday were
f"r only the earliest varieties of flow
ers and .-hrubs. The later varieties,
such us cosmos, will be distributed
While the entire membership of the
league has been very busy for several
weeks laying plans und collecting do
nations of seeds, the work the seed
commltteee did yesterday was the
most arduous. Almost a half ton of
seeds was at the disposal of the com
mittee yesterday for distribution. The
many packages were so divided that
the schools of the various wards of
the city proper, the two schools of
Harelas, the school at Martinez Town,
Old Albuquerque and St. Vincent's
academy and St. Mary's hall were
each given a share according to their
enrollment of pupils. The principals
of the various schools voluntarily dis
tributed the packages. According to
Instructions from the Civic Improve
ment league ladies, only pupils of the
second grade and higher were given
seed. The pupils took the seeds glad
ly and there were many little hands
at work late last evening and early
this morning making flower gardens.
Thu packages distributed at the
second instalment will be mostly of
cosmos. The league expects to have
between 600 and 700 packages of this
chiis of flower seed alone, to distrib
ute to the school children. The city
will be a bower Of nodding cosmos
during the Irrigation congress If the
plans of the Civic Improvement
league do nut miscarry. The flowers
come In September und remain till
late in October, und as they demand
very little cultivation and very little
moisture, every vacant lot and street
corner will doubtless produce it cro.
Among the latest donations re
ceived by the league are fifty pounds
of castor beans. The green stalk
and red pods of the castor bean grow
ing make a very pretty yard adorn
ment. This gift comes from the
Other persons of the city making
donations of seeds are as follow:
Dr. Taylor-Goodman, Mrs. A. d. Ma
li')', H. II. Priggs, S. Vann, Mrs.
George if. llrewer and Mrs, W. W.
HIGHER PRICES COULDN'T
MAKE Hi LIKE IT
Professor Tln-civ Tom;li Iti-el'-lcak in
llu Wind Afler Vainly Tr.ilnn
lo .Make an Impression
the casting of a piece of hlqh
priced beefsteak from the wintlow
of the dormitory of the 1'niversity of
New Mexico has caused u member of
tlie faculty of i hilt institution to look
el.ieuin re for a boarding place, a
ci.ruii.g I i i student. The incident
took place ii few days ago, but
whether tin- steak deserve. its fate
has not been iis-ertaine,.
. number of students were par
taking of tlie morning meal when
tiny were Iroien cold by a blast of
fresh morning air. The stalwart fig
ure of a professor stood silhouetted in
the open window. One arm protrud
ed through the opening and in the
outstretched hand wtis a fork from
ivhich ib.ngled u ragged tr. lingular
piece of niea:. Several streaks of day
light gave evidence that a knife had
been thrust through the piece but
had not severed it to any great ex
tent. The- hand shook violently and
for several seconds the steak danced
in mid air. A final desperate shake
and the meat slipped from the fork
and fell to the ground with a thud.
The window was slammed down and
the pedagogue ret ui"n."l to his place
at the table. And the price of steak
has gone up.
ARE MAKING GOOD
Mexico I'bliers Wli.li I'liebln .el
I inorable Mcnlioll.
That A i;)UiUel iUe hart a baseball
team last year is evident from the ice
the erstwhile Hiownles ure cutting in
the Western le ague at Put bin. Tin y
wire the whole thing in a practice
game played at Pueblo on Sunday,
according to ;i d'u-'putch. to the Den
ver Iti publican.
The dispatch Is as follows:
Two squads of the 1'ueblo Western
league n am, known as Patterson's
regulars and Jackson's Yaiiigans,
played this afternoon, the regulars
winnitii. by a .-core of 17 to 4. A
number of the new pitchers er
tried out and all of them seemed to
give satisfaction to the large number
'f fans present. Nichols, tin- lieu-
r youngster, was not in form, but
his ilt-lKerv toaile i l-iihiI i m iiresion .
lialgaiio appi'.ired at third during the
first few Innings, afler which he went
into the box. While lialgano is be
lieved to have the making of a good
pitcher il Is probable that he will be
.shifted lo third during the first part
(d the season. During the game Hoy
C'oihau made a home run to left field
at his finst t-ini- to bat. Clancy, one
of tin- youngsters fighed for this sea
son, connected twice for a three
bagger and a Iwu'baggcr.
All kinds of M-re'ii nork clone ut
lout-! jiriifs. fcuMrir riaiiijij; Mill.
SOLDIERS ARE ANXIOUS
Toil W Innate Ol'tln-r anil Men Arc
A lii-in I y Discussing Hie Congress
mill Dig IVir.
Captain Clark M. Can- and K. Ij.
Medler. who returned yesterday from
a trip to Captain Cart's lumber In
terests at Guam and a visit to Fort
Wingate. say that the of (lepra and
men at the fort ure- already discuss
ing the approaching territorial fair
and the Sixteenth National litigation
congress. Though the troops will
most likely be culled to California In
October for maneuvers, the ofllcers
feel that they will be able to find time
to filing to the fair before going to
Improvements are still being made
at Fort Wingate. Several new build
ings have gone up within the past
year and inure are contemplated.
Fort Wingate is one of the most
beautiful spots In 'New Mexico. The
fort occupies a high elevation look
ing toward the northwest. A pine
forest surrounds It on three sides.
The fort Is three miles from the rail
road. A lfno macadamised road has
been buiU, from the fort to the rail
road station of Wingate recently.
Kvery turn of this road Is within
full view of the fort.
SULLIVAN GETS TERM
IN THE PENITENTIARY
IMcuiU finllty mill Is Sciilenocil by
Judge AblxMt to Serve Two
Ycurs $5 ;i-al'l.
"Con." Sullivan, the conndence
man arrested here March 1 by San
ta Fe officers when caught red hand
ed in tleeelng a Santa Fe passenger
by the name of Davis out of yes
terday pleadud guilty as charged und
was sentenoe-il to two years In the
New Mexico penitentiary. .
F. J. , McKeon. the young man
Hoiking with Sullivan and arrested
at the same time, was sentenced to
six months in the penitentiary. Sul
livan bus the reputation of having
worked conddence games nil over the
west and also of having done several
terms in various penitentiaries of the
country. The locnl authorities know
nothing of the criminal record of
McKoou. und believe that he Is a
new hand at the business and was
probably a student under Sullivan.
W HAT AllOl'T A iOOOK-STOVIl?
Now that summer time and "dog
days" an- just ahead, everybody who
"summers" at home is considering
how to simplify things and get the
most comfort out of an uncomfort
We Interview the Ice man; order
thin clothes; plan to ease up here
and relax there; but more than likely
forget the one most Important item
In the whole hot weather scheme
some means of doing the family cook
Ing without the Insufferable heat of
a coal fire in the kitchen.
Kverynne with experience knows
how tiresome it is to stay in a stuffy
room to prepure a meal, let alone
the doing of a big talking. Hut
everyone doesn't know how very easy-
It is to change a hot kitchen to a
cool one, and do better cooking ut the
same time. Just add to your list of
summer conveniences a New TVrfee
Hon Wick Dine Flame Oil Cook
Stove and you've done all that any
one can do to lessen hot weather dis
comfort. Wouldn't it be fine of a summer
morning to step in the kitchen, put
on the kettle, broil the steak, bake
toe muffins, filter the coffee and
give tin- breakfa.-t call in one-fourtb
the time you'd take lo do it all on a
And wouldn't It be fine to lie a
cool when the breakfast was pre
pared as when sou first entered th
lVopio w!io ban tried it say that
the New Perfection oil Stove actually
does everything in the line of cook
ing and domestic service without
overheating the room or the worker.
Undoubtedly the reason is to be
found in the blue flame principle on
which the stove works.
A cylindrical chimney concentrates
the heat at the stove top and In this
way prevents surface radiation as in
a coal or wood stove.
It is easy to see that this lessens
very much the matter of personal dis
comfort in summer housekeeping.
Sw don't forget tin- New Perfection
Oil Stove in your f-uinmer plans and
you will have u comfortable kitcni-n
and tin- best cook stove In the world.
mist m i ll i: it
lu-M Well Known Mlillqilerquc Pisi-pli-
Oil It So Plainly.
When public endorsement is made
by a representative citizen of Albu
querque the proof is positive. Villi
must 4ielieve it. K.-.id this testimony.
I'll cry backache sufferer, every man.
woman or child with any kidney
trouble will find profit in the read
ing. Mrs. J. It. liiubti, living at J 1 T
South ISroadwiiy, Albuquerque, N M .
says: "For ubout two years my con
dition was such that whenever I
would move around, pains and sharp
stitches would take me in my loins.
Further proof of a disturbed condi
tion of tin) kidneys was evidenced by
a too irequent action or the secretions
from these organs, as was mostly
noticeable in the fore part of the day.
A lady who had been similarly trou
bled, and had been cured by Doan's
Kidney Pills, advid lue to use them.
Procuring a box 1 used only a small
portion and the benefit I derived was
so pronounced that I was given proof
of tlie value of this medicine as a
cure for back.ich.) and all ills arising
from deranged kidneys.'
For sale by a.l dealers. Price r.O
cents. l-'o.sii i -Milburn Co., Uuff.ilo,
New York, sob- .iei. ts for (lie Pnited
Kemein.ii r the nu rnc Dunn's---and
take no oilier.
Do you know what thu mean f'
not ask our drivers to nxplaln It t
lllil One lYIp Around Hie I loin W as
Knougli and He Would Itatbcr
One Janus Ward, well known In
livery stable circle in Albuquerque
by the euphonious name of "Mut
ton," has Just returned to the city
after an absence of three years, dur
ing which time he- learned to he a
sailor true and made a trip from San
Francisco around the horn to Italy,
find back lo New- York.
"You get !25 and hoard shipping
from an American port, and J 15 and
board when shipping from an F.uro
pean port." said Ward this afternoon,
"but It Is worth 1180 and one' life."
When in Albuquerque Ward drove
a hack for W. t.. Trimble fk Co.
When ho left Albuquerque three
years ago he drifted westward. He
landed In San Francisco shortly af
ter the earthquake and tire and one
day when walking down what was
left of Market street after the Are
wa through with it, he was ap
proached by a mnn who nsked him
If he wanted to make n trip to Italy.
Ward said he did. The next question
the man asked hint was if ha had
ever done any sailing. Ward said that
he hadn't. The man said that mude
no difference. All that he had to -do
was to tell the consul a few lies. The
consul u?ked him if lie was a sailor
and Ward, according to Instructions,
smiled profusely and Ud he was.
He went aboard the ship, the Hutton
Hull of Liverpool, and when about a
knot and n ha,lf (whatever that is)
out at sea, the captain found that he
had a green gang. When the captiln
found this out he called all the men
before hltn nrtd told them to lenrn
all they could for they were taking a
Irlp from which they might never
icturn. The voyage around the Horn
was a very dangerous one nnd they
would need to know all there was to
De known about sails to get through
safely. Ward said that what the cap
tain told them was very true, and
that one trip was enough f6r him.
The ship was loaded with old Iron
fit. in San Francisco and was loaded
so heavily that Instead of riding the
seas, which run thirty feet high
around the Horn, she stuck her nose
rigM Into them. At times the ship
would be totally under water for
twenty minutes. A man on deck
would have to grab the life line and
bold on for dear life nil that time
and wor.ld come out half drowned
vhen the wave had passed. The
shifts were four hours on and four
hours off. It took six months to
make the voyage. Ward says that he
shipped back to New York and that
he hns-n't been off land since.
T1IIC SZKCIIKNYIS IN VIllXNA.
Vienna, April 1. Count liszlo
Szechenyl and the countess ( formerly
Miss Gladys VanderbllO arrived in
this city this morning. It is their
Intention to remain In Vienna for
some time. They reached Hudapest
yesterday from Flume. A large and
curious crowd had gathered at the
railroad station to greet the coup!
i.ut the friends of the couple, In order
to evade this, had made arrangements
for them to leave the train before it
put Into the depot.
MISSOl Itl pltOXY tX)K THOMAS,
New York, April 1. Augustus
Thomas, playwright and friend of
William J. Ilryan, was anxious to go
to thu Democratic convention In Den
ver and vote for the Xrbroskan, but
local politicians told him he could
not be a delegate, if that were his
Hearing of his disappointment, Mr
Thomas' frknds in Missouri made ar
rangements so that lie may hold the
proxy of a delegate from that state,
und today it was announced here that
he will second the nomination of Mr.
I HTi:i: POI NDS TO A DKAW.
San Francisco. April 1. Abe Attell
and Hattllng Nelson fought fifteen
rounds which ended in a dra.w last
night. The contest was hard fought
IN THE OISTRICT COURT
The ease of the territory vs. Mai
garito llaca alias lul ierriY., which
was taken up yesterday morning,
went to the Jury late this afternoon,
and the nisi- of Robert Stills, charged
with larci ny from the person, was
Hai-a was charged with entering u
house occupied by Mrs. Lola Komero
de Chuverio with Intent. The tes
timony showed that a window In
the house had been broken ami that
Paca was seen near the house shortly
Soils was arrested by the Albu
querque police. He has been in Jail
since bis arrest and when brought
before tile Court to be .ll'-aigned
plouiUil not guilty.
no her last visit to Xi w York the
charming, titled Kng!isli kinswoman
ol tin- Van Horn Mentors ,, IthoiU
Island was quite piump -iMii fat
yes, downright fat. This visit j-ne is
beaut'fully slender, but neither exer
cising nor dieting did it. sin- says.
Here is her advice to her American
cousins, who would safely and quickly
take off a pound or so of fat a day
and k--' p it off as desired:
Take a teaspounf ill after nn-als and
:it bedtime of this simple trio of home
i nu dies: '-j ounce Marmolu. 2
.mice Fluid Kxtract Cascara, Aro
matic ami 314 ounces Syrup Simplex.
Th.se articles cost little, may be ob
tained ut any drug store, and can be
nnxi-d at home by any one.
"There isn't a wrinkle nor a stom
ach ache In a barrelful,' cuucluded
her ladyship. That Is, she meant all
that, though her language was much
in ore i-b Bun I, of course.
ufci i anjk .. aer 10 --
Prices range from $10 up
AT DCDT 17 A
C. H. Carries,
114-116 North Second
THE 1TNKST DIMNG
ROOM AND HUF1 i:T
IN T1IK CITY : : :
Thos. F. Keleher
' HKVOKS ItF.ADY PAINT
One (iallon Ciers HUH Square F
PAI.MI-7ITO KOOF PAINT
Stops leaks, I .asm l-lvc Yeara.
408 Wett Railroad Avenue
Full Kn of Teeth.
(iold Filling $150 op
Painless Kxirnctlng .....18c
AM, UOlik C.l'AHAVI KKO.
pits, tori' ami PirrriT.
ItOOM 10. p. A AMMO fdl.bG
j. t. Mclaughlin
i i its r i MAitiu.i:
S6.50 per ton of 2000 pounds
MOl'XTAI V VOOI
t i:oit ami I'im:
Si:i TO ANY IvKXGTII
Plione 59. lu Jhn ?.
Saddle horses a specialty. B
drivers In the city. Proprietors
"Sadie," the picnic wagon.
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING Mill
THE OLDEST MILL I THE CIT'
WIlCII 111 of Ulvll iIim.i- Ipi
etc. Screen work u xct-liiliy.
South htr Nfrvei. Telephone C. ,
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
Come in and see
TT2T 308 West
The Fitting of Glasses
Is My Specialty.
It has required yeara for me to
to learn what I know of human
eyes and their needs, and I jruur
antee to relieve the most obstlnnt
roubles due to eye strain.
114 West Central,
207 West Gold
Automobile dally to points In
the Kstancla Valley. Special car
to Golden. San Pedro and other
Automobiles for rent by tha
d.y or hour In and about the city.
Parties holding special round trip
tickets to Estancla and return may
exchange them for hourly serv.ee
In the city or other points.
For further Information in.
quire at the General Ticket office
and garage, 408 W. Copper ave..
Albuquerque, New Mexico, Phon
QUALITY" AND PIUCE.
Our aim Is to keep quality up and.'
prices as low as possible.
Big lot of latest style Ladies'
Waists, very stylish, up-to-date, well '
made and well finished; you expect to -pay
J1.50 to $2.00; you find them
here at 99c.
About 60 different patterns, also
white and black Underskirts, Corset
Covers and Nightgowns.
Sliced al Sale on Shoes.
Men's $1.25 and $1.60 Work PanfiK
Men's 20c Fancy Hose at 2 pair 25c:
Pecos Valley Ranch EgRs, dozen 20e
2 lbs. large loose Raisins 25c
3 cans Sunburst Corn 25J
8 bars Diamond C. Soap 25o
4 lbs. Washing Soda . . 10c
CASH BUYERS' LNlOh
122 North Second
VM. DOLPE. Prop.
Slu.ll Orders Filled ITouiptly.
V. If,. Oi-endiirll. Iliri-. 1 -n U'm. .-..!.
BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW
lOc ADMISSION lOc
I,adie' souvenir matinees Tuesdays
and Fridays; Children's toy matinea
every Saturday; complete change of
program Thursday; grand amateur
arnival Friday night.
-i few choice front seats, 20c; no
tai.e In prices.
C O M L
I t'ltniLLOS LUMP.
t DEAN GAS (XIKF, ""
FOK CASH ONLY.
VI O O D
TKLKPUONE (1. i
W. H. HAHN & GO.
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