T!H KMV. APniI, 2. 190.
t-- 7 JlfU illl iM . I A
FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
j YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE
Occidental Life Insurance Go.
Of New Mexico and Arizona
It is a home industry.
It kffps the money at home and makes it available to pro
mote local enterprises
It wrote 'nore business the first year than was expected.
It iia ijaid all of its obligations.
It i an Old Line Leal Reserve Company.
It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of
New York, the most exacting ever enacted
Jothua S. Reynolds,
PALACE BILLIARD PARLOR
V1KW OF ROOM
Tc: Picr.MT TKPA
lu LI CUHIH I1ULLJ, UIVVILf nun
Full Line of Cigars and Tobacco
cmomomcx.w:- xr t mc-m o o oocoooaoC)v-. -.rmt. k &
W tRN UP TOWN, STOP AT
i THE BAR OF COMMERCE
r Lareest and Oldest Place in the City.
Finest Domestic and Imported i
LIQUORS AND CIGARS f
Family TraciH Solicited. Telephone 1036
and goods will be delivered at once
THE LARGhST AND BEST FOOL HALL IN TOWN
All New Tables, and First Class Treatment
CRADI & CIANN1NI, Props.
109 South First Street
! YOU CAN SAVE
A checking account will not only help you to sptnJ
your money economically, but it will also aid you
to save money systematically.
When you have a record of every cent you pay out
(which you will have, if you pav by check) you
will b: ;.iore careful cf your expenditures.
A checking account gives you a complete record of
every cent you spend. 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
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
! CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
Weather i right here
now. We have the
One of the olc,et and
best lines in the country.
We also have cheaper
line and our prices are
right. Cash or payments.
Sec'y and Gen. M?r.
PLENTY OF LIGHT
PC RDlMrt WPUJ
When'in Los Angeles stop at the
U. S. HOTEL
JOHN C. ALTHOUSE
168 N. Main St, Los Angeles, Cal.
l'Ynin S. I'. I h put take j EUROPEAN PLAN 50c. tit
I : i k 1 ii Aw. Ciir:
Irum S;;l: Lake nii.i Rfstauranl tnimecicj
Santa l'e 1 lentils Uikc ... , ...
First St. car. io . M.iin. P1 ldM b ,lu" '
then inn1 hlix-U imrili. or Mouth
2dj WEST BAILROID AVE
NUE NrXT 10 BANK OF
10 FIGHT AGAINST
El Paso Attorney Is 'Here to
Interest Albuquerque In
T!u' Pan-American Smrlting com -I'niiy,
ini'o' ji 'i atcil utiikr tho law.', of
Arl.Mia. wants to lmiM a smiltir in
A!lHKiii riU-. ai'riitiliHK to .1. A. I."M',
an attorney li arrlvi j from Kl
I'afn Ibis niorninp.
Mi . I.owi' nu t a i'oiimiitt c fioni
til.' (.'oin hum rial club this iifti't'lloon
ami txp'.aini'il liis iropositi'n. Tho
I "a n-AliH i iran SincltinK compiiny
proposes to builil it rlialn of smeltns
to light the trust. Tin' plans of tliu
coinpuny are to build thrco ."iiu'lti'i?
this year ntul more as conil'.tions de
mand, tine will be- built at Nottales,
Arizona, one at Sierra lilanca. Texas,
and one at Alhuciuerquiv In earn in
stance where cmelters are built the
people will be asked to subscribe for
a largo block of the stock of the com
pany. According to Mr. Lowe. the
ptople of AlbUiUerUe will bp asked
to sulisci'ibc for HH, "' par value of
the stock at DO per cent, which will
he $2a,oun. This money is to be paid
Into the treasury of the company
when the smelter machinery is on
the ground and the construction un
day way. The city will also be asked
to donate to the company a smelter
site. The stockholders of tho com
pany here are to name the treasurer
of the company.
"The smelter," said Mr. I. owe. "will
be a 130,000 plant with a capacity of
100 tons a day. It will employe 150
men to start, and I venture to say
that the mines In the nearby moun
tains, which will start up as result,
will employ at leust l.nuo more min
ers than are at work In these mines
now. liy this means the smelter will
be doubly valuable to 1 be merchants
of Albuiim nine. It would be absurd
to build a large smelter here as the
country at present will not support
one. Our plans ar to grow with the
supply of hit, by adding, so to speak
to the plant, which is done In i very
instance where wimiter is found not
adequate to the demands. We will
pledge the company not to si ll to the
sn.ilter trust, and I belicw that we
will receive the silDport of every
mine ownor in New Mexico. We 'Will
desire to choose the ."ite ourselves. A
smelter does not demand valuable
land, but a hill side which is of little
value for any other purpose. We
agree to have I hi- smelter ill opera
tion within 1fi0 days after the iiioiney
is pledged and tho proposition is set
The men composing the Van-Am
erican Smelling company ,aro .1. V
.iiiith, .). T. Slapleton. Herman and
Frank Schneider and J. .. Kowe of
Kl Va.S'i and W. H. Marsh of Tyler,
Texas. The company Is Incorporated
Mr. I.owe will be In the ciiy until
Sunday, when he will return to the
Va.'i City. He formerly lived In A I
btniuer(Ue. and d ivs that he would
like to return here to live, shoul I the
smelter proposition o through.
HIll'S FRIENDS SftY
HE Will ACCEPT
Di'innial V. ii: (.o lo lU'riiii. Ic-pitc
t npl a-.-ioi Incident Oirr in
bassadorvJil. I'. 11 is. Apri: i. The Varis fih-nis
o;' liavid Jatio Hill, wh.le greatly
b doting what has occurred, express
::ie utni ..f fatisfaction over the
W;:.hliiKton dispatches inrlicating
ttial the iii'blent is close I so fir as
l. Hill Is i cerned.
While Hi. Hill himself still declines
!o t.ilk on the subject, there is no
reason to luiioe that he intends to
harbor- pers onil umbrage and (In line
to go to lieiiin. If the administration
de.-ires that lie take the ambassador
ship, i in the contrary, there cenis to
be no doubt that he will abide by the
ieeisi 01 of the ad ministr'i t ion. as,
throughout tlo- incident, he has wilii
absolute confidence !n tile justice of
President lloosevelt an i Secret try
Hoot, looked to tlnm to determine
what course should be pursued
THE DISTRICT COURT
'Die ease of (Vcelio Ior.nr,e. charg
ed with murder, was next on the
dock, t this afternoon at t o'clock,
when the ca.-e of the territory i.rsus
Vas.ual Cutenola w .is given to the
Jury. Cuteiioia ua.s charged with
selling liijuor to minors. The crime
with which l'oranie is i iiarg 'd was
committed Christmas day in trout of
the Kight-Spot saloon ,.n South Sec
The Jury w h eh tiled i:i ca.-e of
llobeit Suii- y. Mer.l.cy and this
mornl:ig fnun.I a ve rdict of not guilty,
Suris was trliil for kire. ny from the
person. Suns wa.s unao.e to give
bond when arrested and spent five
months jo Jail awaiting trial.
ed rii k l , I 'a I 'm i has rj,., jt
in tin- Second dist'i t court against
llle til III of i ,e - Wi tle: iil, 'e 1-
re k Hy ic and Mr. and Mrs. Ki.iiaiJ
Wi tin rill ..f I'm a. i in. San Jam coun
ty X. M, f.r lll si, wheh he aJ
is .In.- him for sej v ic, reiidere.) th,
.iff, ndan .-. In h - com p ' i lit P ilmer
.-.i. s' t n.it lo a. is la.jia'.vid ly tin- de
fendants f..r one y.-ar and tiiat he
ivaa to le.e.w- $ '." a llio,tli n a that
the defend., 11 I - H I e to l 'Old lie ; , ,
his wife. He also alletfes 1 1 1 t the
a, -fen. I mt boir'we,) tii from hnn.
Til,- defend ints fiirnishe I him gr,,, , r
i i to the .sum of fl'a'.i.lii and it'll'
owe him illl. HI. The law firm ,,f
Mai rou & Wood appear as attorneys
for tiie plaintiff.
Subscribe for Ttw Cntmm anil gel
J liiir in nimiiiii1
Stamps 2 1-2 inches long or under.
I line on Moulding, 20 cents.
Each additional line, 5 cents.
Handles, extra, 5 cents.
Cushion Stamps, 5 and (0 cents.
Additional according to size.
H. 5. LITHCO W
312 W. Cold Ave. Phone 924
HOPEWELL GOES 10
Will Ask Cunitrvw Tor SJVlMtO
lt I'mhI nt Irrigation
t'ol. W. S. Hopewell, (iiiiirmiin of
the board of control of the Sixteenth
National Irrigation congress, left last
night for Washington in answer to a
telegram from Delegate Andrews
saying that the- time Is ripe for mi
appeal to i 'outvess for a Il'.'i.OOu ap
propriation for the support of the Ir
rigation congress. I'ol. Hopewell said
last night before boarding train No.
S, that he diil not know how long he
would be ntuM-nt from the territory,
but not longer than Is absolutely ne
cessary, (in account of Senator Pen
rose being absent from Congress on
si-count of sickness. Delegate An
drews snys the Xew Mexicans will be
handicapped some in getting their
appropriation bill before the Senate.
However, t'ol. Hopewell knows -Senate
Teller personally, and Relieves
that Teller will do the work tor him.
liovernor furry is not tibl" to go to
Washington now on account of sick
ness, but b is promised to follow lat
ter if his presence there Is nc-essary.
Colonel lii.r.e.vell whs hopeful la-d
night that the proposed npp'-oni int loM
would be secured.
PUPA SHOUTS SAYS
LET OUXE ALONE
It Takes a tiool Mun So irl Into
Debt mill l ive CouifilHiliJ. ,''
Chicago. April .--"tiie Hie duke i
chance; lie's a siiimre shouldere,
young man and opportunity is ail In
wants,'' said Theodore V. Shouts to
day, speaking of his new son-in-law
the Due de Chauines.
to the debts of the duk,
"A man's d
worth. It Ink
into debt and
good man to
l ve comfnrta lily. As
possession or lack has
with the worth of u
to a title, Its
nothing to d
,,nl too much lias been
tlie marriage. The young
now on their honeymoon
and shouldn't be bo then-id."
"Is there any truth in the report
that the duke is going to work'.'"
"Well," lauglu'd Mr. Shunts, "the
germ hasn t broken out In virulent
form yet, but wait until after the
honeymoon. 1 kno that the young
man is going to plunge inlu u useful
life, and he'll make good, too. He'll
f'lid rue ready to give him ail the en
couragement and ii.sslKtiinc needed."
Mr. Shouts ...iid lo- had not ob
jected lo tin- marriiifc". as wjis re
ported. WILL CONSIDER PLANS
FOR EDUCATIONAL EXHIBIT
Comiiiillee Will Mis I at Naiua I V
Tills Uii'k o Disrii-s the
Santa l'e, Apiil A meeting of
tin commit!, c ,,ii , d ie.nional exhibit
h.Hliig ch.irge of the exhibits of
school work to he made at the Six
teenth XiCional I -a ig.it in eongres at
A 1 hi;. iici , in- wiil take place in this
city 'l is w e. ! Tie exact dite has
not l.ceti sat The members of the
e, -n, in i ' t-e are:
W. D. .-'titling. A. It. Strou;.. W. i;.
Tight, J. H. Wioti and It. W. II,;,
k ti-. all of A !.'.'. ,iie, an I J. l-:.
i..:k. g l.ej.,1 -. -t,r. ,.f Santa Ke.
The jij.is, of t:ie me, -tin;; -.i!l
be to eoi ider i , ; . n - mi I make ,ir
r i im. in, ii is fir , v niiit.s and pi, II.
o:i ,hi":i j.';.a - nil'. i,e offered
nio I. I Ii i t I.Assll v.
WA.VIV.D A a a -t malo r nt on -.
Il,,Uile Ko.'ln I" oiT it-i-eil w a ., i'
di y goods t ii c. ,
l"'it SAi7k" I'ti h rw uo,l t pew idler;
No. 5. HI 47il good Hi now; er
!li , St"
,!1 1 i-t.
without a ,
When you can get them
made at home on short
notice, for almost nothing,
considering the amount of
time saved by using these
little office assistants?
Rubber Stamp Maker
WILD WEST OUTFIT
I'f HELP HIM
TcihIcWimiI. WIk Won" n Sombrero,
a ltcvolxiT mill a licit. Couldn't
May In the Saddle When His
Kaiiy morning pedesirlniiH in the
vicinity of Central avenue and First
stteet today were given an exciting
exhibition of bronco busting. The
man was tall, athletic and a blonde
He wore a khaki suit, which still re-
tainul the creases of the clothing
store bench, and a broad sombrero,
,Uite characteristic of one's tirst Im
pression of the et. A blue steel
Colt's revolver poked Its black and
shining handle from a new yellow
leather holster drawn closely to the
man's hip by an eitially yellow belt
lillei' with cartridges.
The horse was a broad chested
roan cayuse, with cropped main and
flowing tall, Just Inrge enough for
strong travel and hard bucking. The
bridle and saddle trappings creaked
with their newness as the horse jog
ged north mi First street, urged by
the rider. Near the front of tin
St urges hotel, the horse t ook a Fil l
den notion that his load was heavy
or els,, he had a recollection of bat
tics won and lost. He stuck his head
between his fire bus, bowed his
back, gave a njuick lurch forward mid
upward am i came down on all fours
stiff as stilts The man in the sad
llj went straight up like some unseen
power had caught him by the nap of
tin- neck. He soan i in mid uir for a
moment and tin n fell to the ground
with a thud, astride the new Colt re
volver. Itelleved of Its human load,
i lie noise ii. .1 a hornpipe east on
Central avi inn- us far as he could be
The man awoke short'y after light
ing, cdiected his thoughts and with
n i small effort pi( ked himself up
from the street Then he looked
around to see bow manv saw him
fall -ml -t. i, ted in pursuit of the
00G POISONER USES
lliglilniitlcr Itelievcs Tluil Cleanest
Man I les on South Itroml
w u .v.
"The no am st man Joesn'l live in
klahoina or Kansas, or Aritueas
any more: be lives on South Hroad
way," said a man living near the San
ta l'e paciiie hospital this morning.
"At present he Is engaged in killing
logs and he is usin the most bar
barous me, lis known to kill them. He
is giving them ground glass tln, he
doesn't draw a lint as to what kilt I
or class of animals lie gives the glass
to. A half dozen animals have pnss
e I to the great beyond. If dogs go to
-ii Ii a paiee, this eek. Some of the
no.-; Valuable dogs of the iicighbor-
li i hue (,.., a kill, d. Two died . s-
tetdav A dog O.Mied liy a f.Mll ly hy
tii,; ii ime of Hex living at 1 " 1 u South
Iho.idway. was kili,, y i-steflay aft
ei u, mil after suffer iiii; untold agony.
Tin dog became sick ycsf.i-dn morn
ing an I all for, noon and I - a i : of trie
ill, -noon it- nni-ter v..oked v it
gi.ilig it iiiv eggs. !:(, , ant s.v.et
mill and other tilings M count,- aet
siivihriine ;,"i.-oiiiiig. The a ioial
h id a In morrhage at the I.,- and
this, it is -aid. caused tin 1,,-li, f tn.it
It had been given cut glass A lirge
dog was killed fin f-alitli site, t ,n I he
.mi block early In the week, a v,,!u,,
Sh, pVo'd was kilie-1 en South Hi md
w a v in the 1 'III, I block on 'I'll,-- 1 ,y.
.'in I a nil tuber of boi.-. animals
Ii iv, le , n found de a, :.t ,1 if.-r.-nt
pho - ill t lie -oath I I ' ghi.-l e,-' I
i oi't lieliev e in e -pit.il pill isblneli',
ni'.-. if." concluded the ghian .
"na I i-eil, Ve th.it a 111111 who Will
g.v. ! . i 1 1 1 1 brut, s , a' gi.i-s -... o 1 1 1 i
d'.'i' .vith un tie- i : x t s, -t
Our work is bc-t. Ilubbs liundi)
I. li. ui, in k ii iMiiiii;, rv
mi:m 'III r Ol.l) IHisK. t)lt SKI. I,
itu- tiii: p.i:sr m;v monk max.
Prices rango from $10 up
114-11G N'orth Second
THK 1'INK 'T DINING
ROOM AND HUFFKT
IN THK CITY :
IN CI TV
XV XXOtXJOCX X-OOOCXJl XXXX)
Thos. F. Keleher
DKVOr.S HlvlY PAINT
One tiallon I 'overt tii Sijunre Pe
I'AI.Miri'TO HOOP PAINT
Slops.laaUs. Ijx--Ih live Veam.
408 Wel Railroad Avenue
Pull ISet of Teeth
f;ol ITIIIng SI. 5" up
;dil Crown S6
PalnlfHM Kxtraetlnjj ....!!
Al,li WOltK (it'.lt.N"H.i:i.
DltS. HUT ami PKTT1T.
KOOM 12, r. AA.MIJO HIOG
j. t. Mclaughlin
lilisr A I M MSIJI.K
$6,50 per ton of 2000 pounds
Mil. I. WOOl)
MOl MAIN WOOII
(iil Alt AMI PI XK
SI1 TO AXV I.ILNtiTII
I'. WHll'.OOIv p.l;os.
Plione 5IMI. iij Julin h.
Saddle horses a speeuity. Ilti
drivers In the city, proprietors
"Sadie." the pp-rdc wagnt:.
Don't Forcret Tho
im oi iai iii i iv i mi; t ir
Wlieo In in l i s.t-0. iIimiI'. Irani.
etc. Screen work a i)ceiull.
South lir- lreet. 1'el, ajIioiic C. .
The most perfect sys
tem ot sanitary cold
storage ever devised.
All pa'rts 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
13170 30S West
People From Missouri
(or anywhere else)
If your eyes trouble you in any wu.v I ask yon ' '
to permit me to
just w hat 1 can do for them. Kxaininatious in
private, without eharoe. Kvery pair of glas
ses trihininte. il t'OKKKC'T.
I'l.one 4.V2C.H. CARNES.O.D. m W. Central
Albuquerque, N. M.
207 West Gold
Dinner 35c B
Automobtlea d.illy to points In
the Kstancla Valley. Special car.
to tiolden, San Pedro and vther
Automobiles for rent by th
d.y or hour In and about the city.
Parties holding special round trip
tickets to Kstancla and return may
exchange them for hourly servics
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. Phone
QUAIiITY AND 1'ltICK.
Our aim Is to keep quality up anff
prices as low us possible.
Big lot of latest etyle Ladles
Waists, very atylish, up-to-date, well
made and well finished; you expect to
pay $1.50 to $2.00; you find them
here at 99c.
About B0 different . patterns, alio
white and black Underskirt Cornet
Covers and Nightgowns.
SjM-clal SuJe on SImhh.
Men's $1.25 ana $1.50 Work Panto '
Men's 20c Kancy Hose at 2 pair 25c '
f Pecos Valley Ranch Kggs. dozen :
( 2 lbs. large loose liaising ascf
3 cans Sunburst Corn z&c
' 8 bars Diamond C. Soap 25o
14 lbs. Washing Soda JOc
CAsh BUYERS' UN! Oh
' 122 Nonb Seeond
I VM. DOTiDE, Prop.
Mull Orders lilled ITompUy.
V. It. OiM-ndoril. lgr. 120 West tiidd
BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW
10c ADMISSION lOo
I.a 1 ,vV .souvenir matinees Tuesdays
ni l I-'rl lays; t'h il Jrets toy matinee
very Saturday; com pie 'e change of
program Thurs lay; grand amateur
carnivjl J.'riday night.
-v few- choice front seats, JOc; no
i i .-e in prices.
, tli; (iAS ("OKI'
im cash only.
W. H, HAHN & GO
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