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a lbi : (j i t k n ( ) r k rm z k x . PAGE FIVE. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. WEST END VIADUCT ;c.-oooooococo REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Life Insurance Co. Of New Mexico and Arizona It is a home industry. It keeps the money at ho ne 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 Leal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Reynolds, President. Refurnished From S. P. Depot laki HnxiUlvn Ave. Curs; from Salt Lake iinil Santa I'Y Depots take First St. cars to Main, tlicn one hlock north. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices YOU CAN SAVE 0 A checking account will not only help you to spend your money economically, but it will ako aid you to save money systematically. When you have a record of every cent yu pay out (which you will have, if you pay by check) you will be -..lore careful of 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 $200,000 HAVE ROOM TO RENT? OB A HOI SF? ? Do you know that people arealmost fighting for quarters right here in Albuquerque, and now? An ad like this r'l'K IlKNT Large, e!l vent'J.itf ,j f run an.) sanitary. ' placed in The Albuquerque Citizen will secure you a tenant at the small cost ol 3 times for 35c, or 6 times for 50c. We have ju-t Mi-iiVi-il a Mi"' .iforl- mint cjf ,,,,,-,,' li.tc or Kray ;in- as oxfords wiih lu.v .ir high heels, Tin y look trim, are easy on the feet. and lit perfectly. Price run from II 'in to 'i.u. t May's Sh.i,. Store, 314 West Central avenue. "Juhscrlhe for the Citizen and read the news. Refrigerator Weather is right here now. We have the "Baldwin" One of the oWest and best lines in the country. We also have cheaper lines and our prices are right. Cash or payments. ooooooooooooo J. H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Gen. M$r. Remodeled When'in Los Angeles stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALT HO USE 168 N. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. EUKOPEAN PLAN SO-:. UP Restaurant CoiwecledJ Special Rates by the Week . r Month B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE.. j j YOU A weii furnished. t rV'in. modern ll.ake St. I ti " t buy your furniture until you ft. the Futrelle Furniture Co. 'a line of all kinds of household goods. We , ment.on a few of our bargains: Oak . dressers 110 and up; oak chairs 18.50, : j.mhie corn seat oak rocker $2.60, 'ewing rocker $1.25. chiffonier i $7 25 and up. All the above are good j serviceable and comfortable. West end viaduct NEW MEXICO HEADS ALL IN POSIOFFICE GAIN Alore Offices Established in Territory Than Any State. Says Postal Guide. .Xc-oftling to the Apri: postal liuUlo ju-t received, no state or uiritoij- In the l ii oji show. so great a net in crease in the number of posioftices during the period from Deeemher 1, 1 iu 7, to March 23. l!l)M, as New Mex ico. While .several states hail more poMofliccs established, they at thO same time had many more posioftices discontinued. The same holds true for the number of postoftlccs estab lish. l during the year l'.i"7. In fact, the poMortH-e records bear out the fact that New Mexico has been the most growing in population of any ( ommonwealtli during the past two years. 111.' Nou Olliccs. Teiily-fie new iH.stofliccs were ( stablished from December 1. 1H07, to March 2."., lints, in this territory, iju.iy county led with seven new post offices; Hard, Cameron, Curry, Doris. For. I, I ma and rton. San Miguel, Colfax. Chuvc.s, Koos, velt, Cnlon "and Sandoval counties each had two po.-t-oltices established a follows: Hyiiuni and Dunlap in Chavt s county ; (Mau de,! umi Inez in Roosevelt county; Cochiti and Jenns in Sandoval coun ty; Miami and Verniejo Park in Col fax: i inava and Valley Ranch In San Miginl; Centei ville and lone in I'nioii. Hi rnalillo, uicro, Santa IV, (iuada lupe, Mora and Dona Ana counties had each one new postoflice estab lished as follows: llyer in Santa Fe county; Salem, Dona Ana county; Xaranjos, Mora county; Los Tanos, Guadalupe county; Camp, OU To coun ty, and liarton in Hernalillo county. Five postol'tices were discontinued in that time: Atrisco, liernalillo county; Cat Isbrook, in Coil'a-x countj ; l..i Ma dera In Uio Arriba county, and Tren ton in Quay county. In the same per iod of less than four nmntlis forty one po.tofiice.s in New Mexico were advanced to money order oftices. while only one money order office was dis continued, that at Fort Sumner, C.uadalupo county. 'J'wcnl y -nine in I'l'csiilcutinl fins. New Mexico now has t w eiity-ninc presidential postoflice.", six of these being second cla..s ofllccs, namely; Albuquerque, with a salary of $2.'.omi a year; Koswell, with a salary of $2, 5(in a ye-ar; Haton, Santa Fe and Ma.st Las Vegas with salary of J:', 4(H) a year, and Silver City with salary of $2,1110 a year. Then comes Alamo gordo, JI.Siimi; Carlsbad, $1,MMI; Dem Ing and Las Vegas, $1,700, Las Cru- ce.s, l'ortales and Tuounuarl, $1,600; Artesiay Dawson, C.allup and Texlco, $l,".oo a year; Socorro, $1,400; Mel rose and Santa Kosa, $ 1,300; Elida, Farmington and Naravisa, $1,200; I'staiK ia, Hagcrman, Lordsburg, Me- silla Park and San Marei-al, $1,100 a year. .":tl I "ostomi es III the Territory. New Mexico hail ..",34 po.toftices on March 2 3, of which 24s were money order and 32 internal io- ia I money or der oftices. Unay county was far ahead of all other counties in the number of postoftlces for it had 43 offices and no other county reached tin- forty number. Itoo.-cvclt county "ti'M.1 second with .'!.", oftices; then i. inie the ot.ier counties in (lie follow ing order: Soiorro, :!:!; Hlo Arriiia and San Miguel, ;( I e.uh; I'nion and lirant, 2x each; Colfax. 23; Lincoln, 24; Dona Ana, 21; Valencia, Taos, liuailulupe, Hero, S.-mdoal and San Juan. 1 '. each: Santa l-'e and Mora. IN each; Chjvcx. 17: Torrance, 14; Sierra and MeKinl.y. 12 each; IternaMllo, II; Kd dy, 1", and I. una 7. BUSTER BROWN VISITS NEW MEXICO TRIBE I'liiiny I 'id u iv- Ity Oiilciiull sIkiw the Irio in iiiu-lns M i vui Willi Indians. It. F. tiutiault. the cartoonist, has done bat lie pi omisid he would do a feu week- ago. w In n be was) in New Mexico aeeonipaioed by his wife and Mary Jane He lias sent Hus ier H; own to New Mexico The pic tures appear in the Sunday editions of forty-lw.i pipers published be tween New Yoik and San Francisco. Hurler has an engagement with an Ind an. Hurler and .Miry Jane did Tut- have a most dnadfil time wi:h a Hopi papo .s.. Tiny mt a s.piaw with a baby .n her lai k and a 1 : 1 1 1.- bo at her side cii'er a to, liu-ter says thai lie wants to . e what's in side. Mary Jane sa s that he lid better not Tig,- has an awful friuht. The io xf thing that happens is Hus- tei in fil l Might with the Indian l.d close behind. 'I'll. 11 tiny have a light. Tin :i the pl f pe.e e is proposed. Kllster profer.. tile pipe to Tig.'. T:ge b.coMOs iullated iike a balloon and is TV S.ek. for willl h lillster K pelltS with a resolution in which he saws Miat some people iv vei inconsistent because they would ha.- the, friends io things that they would not do t iieioseU es. PECBS VALLEY TO HAVE A LEAGUE Ii'iT, N. M, April 20 -4'aplrtln Cy Leland of the UoSA.ll team. Man ager Will Lawrence of the Lake Ar thur learn. Manager A. H. Teeple of the Hagermun team, and other load ing fans of this part of the t. rritory are working up a six-town baseball league for the l'econ valley. The ob ject is to arrange game for the en tire summer and keep up baseball in terest. The ix towns upon which the promoter arc figuring- for inemoer- ship are l!owell. 1 la u. 1 ma n. Lake A'lhur. Arte lit. Iikewoo. Carisbad I II. I po.:y Pott lbs. I'l'.Aieo. The managers want at least i tiams out ot the bunch. Albert Clancy was give,, a touch of the Ills and discomforts of league ba'l Saturday when the I'lnblo manager not on his condor eating clothes and took hint out of the game because the A;biiiuciiiie boy happened to drop a couple of easy ones. That Patterson hail his condor eating clothes on Is evident from the fact that lie became Infuriated at the Denver pitcher and made -a show of blnisi If because he could not connect with the ball. It tle lllnger Corhan. howevir. Is play ing like an old leaguer, and Joe Cal g.tno had the Deiivi r Hears guessing In his first game iind d'd as well as his running unites. With Ccd'han. Clancy And C.algnno In the g.ime. It looks as though it w is A Ihumii riiie playing the liriz.ib s Inst, .id of Pu eblo. ALBUQUERQUE WRITER MAKES G000 IN DENVER former SMiial Writer for Tlio Citi zen Is Xuvt on the Ntalf of llic Deliver IVist mill Is Doing t.isnl Work. That Frank II Cole, a foi no r -pe-chil w t iter for The Citizen, is making good in the metropolitan world of de scriptive writers is evident from ti story in tin Faster edition of the Denver Post on the Kiversde Irriga tion project in Morgan county, Colo rado. The project ia a large one, re claiming tin, inni acres of arid land. The story Is highly Illustrated with photographs, which, with the illum inating and descriptive language the writer has used, gives the reader a ready coii. epu ei of the subject. Mr. 'ole s articles on the Fstancia valley and the country along the New Mex ico Fastern railway published in The Citl.en were cuually as elaborate as the story in the Denver Post, and were highly appreciated by the people of those districts. Tiny Were the best descriptive articles ever written on these new .sections. While Mr. Cole's services were highly appreciated by The Citizen, a larger field called him. lie is now on the regular staff of special writers of the Denver Post. NATIVES OBJECTED TO IMPORTED LABORERS Trouble At 'lie 'rivaling Plant Uisl Week Is Said to Have llccn Hi-owing I or Sonic Time. The labor trouble which exists at the local tic treating plant, it Is said, is the result of the company Import ing a number of men from Mexico to do the work that natives have been doing. The trouble has been brewing for some time, according to the report, but did not come to a head until la.st week, when a native formerly em ployed at the plant ;mked Superin tendent llurkholder it he had said that he would not implove any more native workmen bufVvoull import all his labor. It i. said that the man bar behind him. understood, denied iiny such slaleineut. superintendent and s tlie yards A few Hurkholder looked carried an iron Hurkholder, it i that he hud mad. The man left tin W( lit away acros moments later around and saw the man running to ward h.m The superintendent dodged behind a freight car. It is known that the company last week Imported a large number of Mexicans from the .1 nit !ir i n republic to take the place of native workmen The officers ,,f the company contend that the natives were (Uarrelsome and did not care to work as bard as tiny have to do at the tie treating plant and that tiny were iplittlng every day or two. The men complain that the company discharged them because they could gel the Imported laborers to work for less money, for one ra sou, and be, ause the imported labor ers spent most of their wages at the commissary car. while the uativt live in the city. The trouble is reported to have been settled, however, with little loss to the company. MOTHER-IN-LAW NO JOKE WITH NAVAJO INDIANS Sin- anil Iter Dailhlcr's lliisbaml Mii-i ccr lAKik 11I One An other, or Itolli Are Millie I lielenil. Thai tne ne: her-i n -1,1 w U do Hop in most all situations of Hi', seems borne out b the fa. 1 that not only do ordinary conditions of civilized life make jokes about In r Mainliiig in the lo wly creit.il .home. I,ui sh. is the subjec; of bulls of the Navajo. and last, of the I'ml-d Slatis ami) 1 . dil ations. An oflicer of tlie rtgul.ir ai my -tales Ih. it when a soldier is ordered to the Philippine he Is a'loweil to lake his own wife and mother. Sisters are also allowed, but the regulations draw the line at his motlier-iii-1 1 w . She cannot be taken. It is bep, , d by the army ofiieial.s that she would be a hoodoo to the army transport.-, or that in the attempt to reform th obstreperous islanders ahe would set a bad example 111 the attempt ui sub jugation, or w hether it Is a put-up Joo to tnu- begin u movement to separate the in.. 1 hoi -in-la , from her usual pre rogative a not known, but the fait remains that .-he cannot go as a pait of tin- officer's family retinue. Among the. Navajos when a young man marries he must never look again on the face of his mother-in-law. If she doe look on him sho is ceremon ially unclean for a lengthy period f time. Should the son-in-law be .seen approaching, the alarm 1m given and the mother-in-law must make a "hike ' or so cover her face that the two will not look into I'tich other.- yes. - DEMOCRATS TAKE HOLD OF CITY AFFAIRS New Officers Will be Sworn In at Council Meeting and Appointments Made. Til" tirewoiks are ov. r and tonight the Deinociats will take charge of the city government opening for business In the office of the city eiigl 111 it in the library building, despite the fact that some of the city fathcis will have to exert more than custom ary energy and walk up the Highland hill. So far as can be learned. Felix Lester, the new mayor. Ims moved with precaution in making the ap pointments placed on the slate for him. In fact, little can be definitely learned as to Just who Mayor Lester will name to till the few city Jobs not even the half dozen Democrats who are after .very place in sight. The four or five men who usually try to boss things Democratic, in Al buiUeiiUe. II is understood, spent a busy day yesterday. It rained too hard for Faster clothi.4, so the emi nent Demos put in most of the time Hying to lix up the new city slate. It is understood that they had not com pleted the Job late this afternoon, owing to u lack of harmony in agree ing 011 who should be who, or which should be w hich. Most ,,f the appointment will more or less strain tlie friendly relation which existed between some of the brethren prior to the recent election, but at all events', the half completed slate will likely go through tonight. It Is more than probable that Thos. McMIIlin will be retained by the mayor as chief of police and that the council will conlirm the appointment. 'hler McMIIlin has been a good officer, on the Job all the time, and It is understood the new city adminis tration has wisely decided not t sacrlllce an efficient police force for pi Ity politics. At all events Chief McMIIlin is prominently mentioned today to sin ceed himself by the Dem ocrats Just u. much as by any .me else, and is generally endorsed by the business men. However. It is understood, that the chosen four or five, who are to run this new ad mlnist ration, will poke a few hob s In the balance of the -police folic, and till In with a few campaign friends. Just how far the re-organ-izallon of the police department will go, has not been agreed upon among the bosses., so it Is said. There is no lack of candidates even to dog catcher. Summers Hurkhnrt, It Is said, was tendered the Job of city attorney, which under the new regime, would reipiire good statesmanship, but Mr. Hurkhart, so It Is said, respectfully declines to accept for various rea sons. Just who will land ba.s not been agreed upon nt a late hour today, nlthough there are several very promising young orators looking wist Hilly in that direction. .lust who will be city engineer Is not known. Perhaps the present in cumbent w ill hold over, as he seems to know more about the Job than any one lii sight. A report was In cir culation to. lav that the Hon. N. II. Field had been tendered the position of , ii eiiginei r because of wide ex perience In preparing $2ii(i,niM) sewer plan.s right oil' the reel. Dr. '. II. Carns. the present city physician, has declined to accept ap pointment nimbi. The name of Dr. Iteid) was mentioned prominently fi few days ago. and met with 'general apioval, but Dr. Iteldy. it Is said, de clined to honor the position. Dr. W. W. McCormlck, Dr. F. J. Paleiiln. Dr Hurton and Dr. Pearce lie among those connected with the job by 11 poi t today. II is llilderstooi Hint Pearce can have the position if he wants It. Martin To-i ne). pi (-sent stri ct com missioner. wIM likely hold over as he hasi many friends among the elect. 'hlef Hurtloss will likely remain at the load of the tire department. Mayor Lts:cr has shown at le'ist on,, accomplishment already, which should aid hi in in hoi ling down the Job. lie l.s a goo.) listener. and while II was said during the cam paign that he was a good talker, he has fulled to ii much talking thus far He sits patiently and listens to all the tales of woe of Job .-i kers and then shakes each man solemnly by the band and says nothing, abso uiti ) nothing. If he is as good a mayor as he Is - r-leiicr be will make .1 grand sUe . ' even the disappointed office--eekeis will admit that. CONCERT COMPANY AT ALVARADO TONIGHT Musical Program by biaul Orelic-ira in HotiH Isibby fur t.ilcMs and Ollu rv A .lei'iu. r-ii. lovers of music w ill be given an opportunity of hearing the I.1111011- 'Mill!. 11, 1 in Paivo" orchestra t'ns evening at the AHarado. The concert wi I begin at 1 o'clock and continue until and Includes fifteen -elections Irooi giand opera and the lie.-t known la.ssies. Tin- orchestra . headed by Slgnor Hisiolfj, la;.- of N. w Yolk. The professor i accom panied by two other musicians and. a- the Latin name impliis, they make music "great and small." playing ur t'.us and numerous instruments. The presence of the orchestra In A iluniueni ue Is merely by chance. Th.-y ware passing through, going . a-f, after spending the winter on the coast, where they played t the Cor ona. Io lintel, at Coronado Iicach, the Potter hotel at Santa llarbara, and all the big hotel In California. T.m concert tonight will be free. The orchestra will play at the F.lks' club at o'clock for the benefit -ut club inejiiovra. HT "ThMott ComforUbla PUc . o the Hout." 2fustdeV,M "PJSKGH SHADES 1 I s.-nrohitf beams and sun s perfect circulation ot the summer breeze. Call la coil sec now Cbeap uc Can Mahc lour Porcli Shady ALBERT FABER ?0 Let Us Show You the Best Typewriter on Earth S Albuquerque Typewriter Exchange 2 is wear central avmnuk oooooooooor)Oocooooocxoor.c IXXXJ(XXTX X7- mXXXXXXJLA,' 15KST MEALS IN CITY Columbus Hotel IXXXXXJOOCXXJCXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) Full Set if TwtJi gfK ft Gold Filling $1-80 op V U Gold Crowns A Q I'olnlCH Kxtraeting ....fo T ALL WOUK ir.K.XTKi:i. . -..en:-. 4- J ..LI..UT DltS. COrP and PKTriT. KOOM 13. N T. AAMMO ULIMi Highland Livery HAMItllOOK KltOS. Phone S00. 112 .Tnhn m Saddle horse a specialty. Be mi drivers In the city. Proprietors "Sadie," the picnic wagon. ! Colombo Theatre I II fl NOItTII SHtlXI) ST. Motion Pictures Illustrated Songs S t Cll NliK OF l'KOtiK.W ? 'J'llliKK Tl.MI-'.S A WKKK I TUESDAY - FRIDAY - SUNDAY t COMPUTE CHANGE t TOMORROW AFTERNOON 'I'l .. .1 . . r.. .1 t. .1 toe .iiie.i iiicuier in ine rxniin- a J west; six exits; absolutely fire 4 I .KHif. Operating room patted 00 by Board of Undei writers X I THREE SHOWS DAILY f MATIN KK '! I. M. KVKMMI H-!t J I $ One Price of Admission, 10c : Dr. Vaticaire Formula Recommended by Mrs. Henrj Pymes. to develop the bust from 4 to 6 Inches. Guaranteed to be made from the true (Jalega Kxtract. U perfectly hai in less. The Vaucatre Formula is a general tonic, but It h.n u specific effect upon the bum. Price 7 cents. For sale by HI . 1 lit 1 III til' ill Al- varado Pharmacy TIIOltXTON Till: C'LKWKK I.i bad!y In need of money to meet pressing obligations. Now is your time to ave money. From date to the 25th of April. 1 yOS. I xhall put on hard time prices on our line throughout. Remember, we Manl at the head 'it our class. Just call up 460. Cleaning and nres.slnif ha an there. Send us the goods. 121 North Third. o MM HOVK JKIO.KY I ARM HK I'l Ri: ICE CKE-iM. Vudop Porcli Shades The only really satis t.tctorv shades are the Vi DoK, for they throw the porch into cool, mel low shadow, without mak ing it too dark for practi cal use, excluding the at the same time permitting a The Biggest Sale Of the llKCNt liar'tilns if now guinjl 011 ut the t'-asli lluyrrs' Vnlon, 121 North Socoml wtreet. CosU you notb itiK to look; one look will save jvm money on nil kinds of tapiing wear allies. $1.25 Shirt Waists, 09c. EXTRA SPECIALS 2 GLASS TCMHLKKS ftfl 15c SILK IUIIUONS 10a HIIO MAIXHJOS M LAH(;K CANS TtMATt)ES 11 And hundreds of oilier bargains Mull orders flllel promptly. AT THE CAbh BUYERS' liNIOh 122 North ieeond WM, DOUJE, Prop. CRYSTAL THEATRE V. K. Ort-ndorlT, Mgr. 12(1 Went OoiA This Week BIG MOVING PICTURE SHOW tOc ADMISSION lOo Ladtea' souvenir matinees. Tuesday and Fridays; Children's toy matin every Saturday; complete change of program Thursday; grand amateos carnival Friday night. .1. few choice front seats, 20c; raise in prices. COAL AMERICAN IIIXK'K, CKIUULX1O8 LUMP.- ANTHRACITE Furnace. "' n f Mlied. CLEAN GAS (X)KE. 8MITU1NU COAL. NATIVE KINDI.nc FOR CASU ONLY. woo a 5, TEIiEPHONE t. r " W. H. HAHN & CO. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST .MILL IV THE CITT. i When in nerd of wish, ibxir Iium etc. .Vrt-t-ii work a Mieclulty. 4f South Mn tre-. Telephone C '. Thos. F. Keleher DKVOF.S READY PAINT One Gallon Covers 600 square FsnH. I'ALMKITO IUM)F FAINT Ktop I--aks, lAt l-lve Year. JAP-A-LAC. 404 West Railroad Avoau I