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Futrelle Furniture i REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Life Insurance Co. Of New Mexico and Arizona It is a home Industry. It keeps th money at home and makes it available to pro mote local enterprises. It wrote more business the fiist year than wasexpected. It has paid all of its obligations. It is an Old Line Legal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies established by the Lawsjof New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. naoaosotfc or'i..j ncmcmrmn Ocuvdoience - Comfort - Security The telephone makes the 1u-.le lighter, the cares less an.j the worries fewer. TOU NEED A TELEP HONE IN VOCR HOME THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. fSotels and Resorts From S.l lii-ooklvn from Salt Hotel Deianey Cor. 5th St. and Central Ave. v Paradise Valley Sanitarium IX SOI THKHX CAI-hKiHiXiA. KIVK MILKS KI'.OM SAX IMKGO. A well -quippe.l iiiFiiii-." I aim surgical estutillslimc-ni like HATTl.K t ItEKK KAN'l I'AKH'M. Absolutely the only sanitarium in Southern California having a ool sunuiicr clln.a.c: everv dav delitriirfnllv siitnv: oVPIfrwiii vii oaxi - .... - . . . . . , . . DIKOO HAY AXD THE PACI Fit'. Writ.- for booklet B." H. W. Liudsay. Mgr.. National City, California. r- '-QTfil d n i -ag -in HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW tLZV t TOPS NEW FlRt.PROOriNC l-'ift Thou-amd lo!lai, Worth of IiiiprovrmcnK made this season for I'onvcnien.-ti. Comfort au.l Safely of (ltir tim-Ms. Headquarters for New Mexico All Electric Cur to Mountain and li.acli iUirt sum ut our d.ior Direct cars to and from all railway dcMit. He Hollcslxclt Cafe it marc popular' thai evtr. JUST RECEIVED a fine Assortment of Japanese, China and American Fiber:::::: MATTINGS by the Yard and in Rugs in New Designs A full line cf Art Squares ....and Carpets.... Prices Right . Cash or Payments Co. west End viaduct J H.O'Rielly, Sec'v and Gen. Mpr. oooooooooaoo(w The telephone preserve your health, prolongs your life and protects your home. Rafwnlabad Xvfj Tiamodalad When in Los Angeles -stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE 168 N.'Main St , Los Angeles, Cal. Ii'iMt lake Ate. Cars; La let- and EUROPtAX PLAN Mr. UP teftauTnt Connrcted Sau la Fe D isiis take . . First St. ears 1.1 Main, Special Rates by thWttk then one block north, i or Month American Plan Tramlamt Uaala. J5c. ' Regular Board, 9S par waak lii-enkfiisi. Lunch ami Minuet-served PHONZ 47S STONE HOTEL m ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Staye line from liernulillu to .li intv. Hot Kjwiitys in one day. Kijie leave Her ualillo Tiu wlax & Kmiwihiy TICKETS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S MWrURNlTURE NEW PL U HI BIN 0 the "5 1 3 a r BRONCO BUSTERS WILL COMPETE FOR BIG PRIZES Irrigation Congress to Have a Big Attraction-National Guards to Compete. A bronco busting champlonshii contest will be a big attraction for the Sixteenth National Irrigation congress this fall, the committee having c- ccpteil the offer made by Ralph II. Mitchell, who. on behalf of the A. J. Tower and company, offers to give half of. the prize money. This contest will undoubtedly bring the best riders of the west to Albu querque this fall and Is sure to prove one of the best features the congress could secure. Another contest and one that will ho of Interest to the National Guard Is the offer of $T.O by John Pflcuger of Lamy toward a prlite of $500 for the best drilled national guard company of New Mexico. These contests are Included In a list of new prizes issued today, which reads; A, K. Bouiller of I'araje, N. M.. offers a rush prize of $50 for the best ixhlhlt of New Mexico raised yearling steer., not less to.ln a carload and at least two entries. John Pllueger of Laniy. N. M., or feis 150 toward a $500 cash prize or trophy for the best drilled company of New Mexico national guards. H. B. Holt of Las Cruces. N. M., of fers a cash prize of $100 for the best drilled company of cadets; schools of New' Mexico. Ralph H. Mitchell, representing the A.-' J. Tower Co., manufacturer of the famous "Fish Brand Slicker" offers $500 provided a similar amount be given by the association, making 11, oiiO. toward a bronco busting cham pionship contest, said amount to be divided Into three 'primes. vis: First, $500; second, $.100 ami third, $200. This offer lias been accepted by the committee. SCHOOL DIRECTORS CALLED TOGETHER County Siix-rinlciideiit Would Have Newly KWUHl OfflHnls Ciot Acquainted With Tliclr Work. Prof. A. H. Stroup. county superin tendent tf tfehools, yesterday lssuel a call for a meeting of school direct ors of the county to be held at he Iternallllo county court hou.se May 16 at 10 o'clock in the morning. The purpose of the meeting Is to get the directors together and outline a course of study for the next year. Many of the directors have just been elected and are hardly acquainted with the work they are to do. There are twenty-seven school districts In the county and eighty-one directors ftuperiiitftul.-nt Stroup said thts. morning that he hop, ..I to have a full attendance at the meeting. THE NEW BROWNS TO APPEAR SUNDAY l in y W ill 'iihM JlaU W ith the Old Town Tlirers and the. IHie-up Proini.-sx a iool Game. The Atbufuerqu Bron will 'make their first appearance under the new inuunueiiieiit at Traction Park undny in A name with the old town Tigers. On the part .if the city team thearne w ill be more of a tryout than a con test for superiority. Several new hall players hav.- dropped Into the city since the agitation of a city t.-am was started una a few of them have a very lively appearance, while there are a few dd heads among the bunch that hay lbeefi tiled and found not want ing. Allen will pitch and HosforJ will catch, llrown Will hold down the in itial ucft, Cane second base and Dick erson will be at the third station. Hen Hellwlg will preside at short anfl in the field will be young Lembke. Hale and Rowers. The old Town Tigers have bea re juvenated by Martin Ryan, who was recently elected manager of that ag gregation. Mr. Hyan said today that the Tigers had sharpened their claws and were prepared to give the etty chaps a good scratching. The gtme promises to be a lively one. Fresh Vegetables I A Nice Assortment in Fresh This Morning Cii.'iiiiils i s, eueh ft nni jn,. Summer sqim-di, kt lb ,v Xev I'oUil.s s, m t Hi (. -New eablHige, mt Hi ftc Groen Tea, per lb i5e t '111 II Verde 20c ArtlchoUeM, eueh buUify, m'i liuiich Green Halms, s r III W'u. ISeaiis, mt Hi Water t 'nw, mt buiuli 1-M tOIIUlUlCM, KT lb California licivd l.ttiu-e, each Lv ov l.tc aoe l()e The Monarch GROCERY CO. 307 W. Central Ave., Phone 80 I. 'l""Mi mn . : - ; a T .. .7 ; , Til h i I Dick and imhsotiiv. i 'i.vj xi; iitsitwn.- A virile nd irascible and ninuiim comedy character lu "Mas ev Hus band" Is Colonel Oulpepp. V, a w. a'.thy old bachelor, who Is In love at an age well on the shady side of Till. The object of his affections is a first cou sin whom he loved in the days none by and whom he lost by his slow tal lies. He had never forgiven her for throwing him overbo-.ird In favor of another man, but now that that man d'-nd, he se.ks to have his old age lightened by her love and care, t'n tortunately for him. his own cousin Is secretly affianced to a young man who is dead bloke. When Cuipciiiier SMALL ATTENDANCE AT BAND CONCERT lbuqn'i('iiiis IK) Vol Turn Out SupiMirl One or the llct Oiumi Imtiiuts of the Wc. to Those who attend. I the benefit concert given by the Eikif band at the i theater last night are congratulating , themselves that they htmrd one of the' best concerts ever given in the city by ' a nand, but they rekret. s do the bandnrrn, that Alhuquurueans gener- ltj- .re not 3ufilcl.f!v lntereHted In the organlKntioh in gti r h Wi'c sapport it needs to make It a winnlne feature of the entertainment of1 visitors In the city this full. The attendant- was unusually small sidewalk comedy act. Young Jackson bift those who came were rewarded h bwii ween and heard before and Is with an excellent program. The. band r' go.nl. He w ill hold up the coni was assisted b Oohn l. OIIbs, violin- ',lv ,,ni' "t the turn de buck and ist, J. H. Alter, flutist and Miss Helen '"'lugs steps and sing coon songs. Pratt, pianist, while a glee club com- posea or Messrs. Alare. Cordes. Clark. ..rauy, KacKley. Mlpple. Wilden anil,' voice. lninn, sang several numheiy. The ban.l numbers were play. . I in a fashion to make the audience np- preelative of good music. Til.- violin solos by Mr. !ibbs ami the (lute solos uy Mr. .niter were encore. 1 several times, noth musicians winning th an- preclatmn of the audience by their capanie nnnuting of difiicult st ) tions NEW SUGGESTION FOR AUTO ROUTE lagilaliM.i Muu ProONf 'lliai It Ivvleuilcl to .Magtlnleiiu utttl Theiicv to S.x-orr. A few day ago, The Citizen in commenting upon u suggestion from the Socorro Chief lain for an electric line between " Albuquerque and Socor ro, added that an auto line would be I more feasible . and would uav welL The Cltiacji today received a sugges tion in the shape of a Mter from tieorge H. Itiowne, which contains a timely suggestion. Some one would do a land office business by starting such a line as Jlr. lirowne suggests and Tile CHUcu sured from several sources that the route Is a much more feasible one thMii the route trom here to Estancia w hich an auto line adopted some time ago. Any one interested In starting such line would do well to investigate this proposition at on..-. .Mr. Hioaio sa s: Magdalcna, N. M , April 2!t, 1)101. Editor Cltiin: JVar Sir: In reference to an auto mobile road from Albuoueroue t.i So. irro would suggest that it run from Albuquerque to .Magdalena and then n to Socorro, thus avoiding the heavy and at I.a Joya ami the overflowed .icequias at Pajarilo and Isleta. Only two dit'llculliejt to ,,ver come, viz: get ting up onto the mesa opposite the ltarelas bridge and crossing the P.lo Huerco 10 milen west of Helen. The lalance of the route is now In good hjipe. Vours truly, (1KO H. HKOWVE. hJimmI Same im tittUI. H t;. Stewart. ne-i chant of Cedar View. Miss.. sas: "I lell my custom eri when Ihey buy a lix .,f iir. King's New Life Pills they get the worth of that rnuih gold In weight If afMlct.-d with constitpation. malaria or hlliout nrss " M.dd under g'laiant.e at all druggists. 2ic. ciisi: m s"ik)i7ns ti s Wit 1(11 :s VI MVUlY's HM.V. Mr. John Uiha of Vlning, la.. sn.s: "I have been selling ) Witt' Kidiiev and Hladiler Pills f .r about a ear and they glv& better sitlsfactlon than any pill I ever sold ' , .. be J H O'HIclly C... "MAS NKW IH'SllVMl." Invites the lady to assume the duties ot housekeeper in his home, she brings along her Impecunious- lover, who cleverly takes the role of her son, ft mere schoolboy. The scene. between this boy and Culpepper are explosive in ih.lr merriment and the ol, sport Is ro blinded by love that he falls to distinguish between a mother'H devo tion and the tender passion of a worn,, an ho loves. other guests In the house jire placed In extremely funny pr. dieanientH by coming In contact with the designing mother and "son," with the result that the entire action of the piece forces hi art laughter and applause. One performance only will 1 gl ;i at the Elks' theater .May 5. A NIGHT WITH THE CRYSTAL AMATEURS i No more amusing occasion occurs In Allni'iueniue any more than the weekly amateur night at the Crystal. '-ast HI lay night the stunts gave j mine than usual satisfaction and to- night's sjte Is expected to out do that 'Pt- enti iloqulst. with the customary honie-jrnide puppets, w ill entertain , tor eight or ten minutes an imi iieor contrtionlst, whi i said by his chatn- I'lons to be as limber as the best of them, will do twister.? and snake monuments and Chester and Jackson W"J wind up the entertainment In their singing, .lancing and talking Oiester will do the straight and sing; I he latter Is said to have u Very Ih. motion pictures and Illustrated "'"I go on with the amateur i Terformance this evening are the very I ,"'f" th"f the Crystal has offend in a long while. Tunny tishlng In Sicily .-snows nig nsn catching at close rang. L" is " iarvel of study. The Mad j "si'' an is v. i v funny and the Squaw , M i" 1'aughter Is a crackerjack wild 1, si idetur. . No amateur nlirhi ni lie given tlie coming week on account ot ih.- Passion Piny engagement. PASSION PLAY BY FRANC COMPANY IS GLORIOUS Nothing liner In the world of mo tion picture phot igrapby and artistic color work exists than the superb length of film that reproduces the last Passion Play of oberm mergaii. Ha var, which is being pres.nie.1 through out the western country by the Franc o., ami which will he presented at the Crystal in this city by them all lue coming week. The reproduction ls so perfectly made that every scenic detail, color of costume, movement and expression of player Is clearly shown. The Pas sion Play Is the life of Christ and no where can he found u teacher who can mi thoroughly and vividly impress njion one's mind the life history of the JS.ivl..r as do these pictures. The at traction has apeared in this city and bouse before and is no hearsay to those thousands v. ho w itnessed It. but should be seen by all thoe who failed to s.e If then. It should be .-een bv everyone, as it is the great drama "my take place in one little Isolated spot in the world, and In no other way, without taking a trip to oieraoimergau. can It he witnessed Approprlite illustrate.! hymns will be i.-niii-rid between reels ne engagement Is for the entire week and calls for one exhibition .-.eiv iiiicrnoon at 3 mi,j every o'kmi at i no and :li. insisi upon la-Witts Witch Hazel r-niw. it is espevlally good for piles Sold by J. 11. I'Klelly (. SI'WWKI AltTKMAN I. .S. I have opened an oftl.-e at Su- v wanee. N. M., for the purpose of uiuing land neekern in locating homesteads and desert land en- tries. I have conveyance and am prepared to show patron w ov.-r the lands at any time. Can rurninh all information concern- ii g laud entries of all kinds Wire requests for M-rvic.-s via l.aguna. Agent for S. F. P. li. It. land. K. (j M UMi, Civil Engineer; County Surveyor a of Valencia County. Tb Most ComforUbla PUce 1 in the Hou." PORCH SHADES sun 's scorching beams, and at the same time permitting perfect circulation of theummer breeze. Call ti irI see now Heap we C Make Your Porch Shady . ALBERT FABER 1? rpooooooooooooovouoouuvuvvue 1 Let U Show You the . Best typewriter on Harm $65 OO 5 Albuquerque Typewriter Exchange 2'9 WEST CENTRAL AVMNUaT I. H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. ... Phone 1020 UfJCXXXXXXXXJtXXXXXXXJOOOOOO. 13 EST MiwiUS IN CITY Colombtis Hotel I XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) FaU Set ot Teexii fa a Gold Filling tl.5 up VU Gold Crowns $ Q Painless Extracting ....5to T Al.li WOHK GCAHAXTEED. DHS. COPP and PETTIT. ROOM 13. N T. AAMI.IO bMXJ Highland Livery HA31BROOK BROK. Phone 506. 113 John M Saddle horses a ipeclalty. Bea drlvera in the city. Proprietor! e "Sadie," the picnic wagon. Colombo Theatre 4I XOIITII SECOND ST. Motion Pictures Illustrated Songs Complete change of program three times a weeV, Tuesday, Friday. Sunday. New Pictures: The Talisman, Comedy of Er ror. Songs: "When the Clouds Roll lly Jennie," "School Days," The safest theater in the Stint li west; six exits; uliMilutelv fire proof. Optratlng room pattad on by Board of Untiaiwrltara General Admission 10 tents THREE SHOWS DAILY MATINKE 31 M. KVKNINti K-U ooooooooooooc. B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGCISTb ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Gold Ave. and Ist St. HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescriptions lilt IM)'S JERSEY CAItM FOR Pl'RE ICE CREAM. 1 POTCll snodes The only really satis factory shades are the Vudor, for they throw the porch into cool, mel low shadow, without mak ing it too dark for practi cal use, excluding the 401 West Central Ave. VUflOP Business Is Good at our store lievausp we linvo tl piieea to suit tlie tliiteu. Good goods and low triM bring cu-nonieni. SPECIAL this week. 12Hc raisins, 12 01 pkg 10a 12 Vic sugar corn 10O 3' 10c cans of Llbbys' soups. . . . I6o 3 12 os pkgs figs 2 to Nice meaty prunes, t lbs for. . . . 25o Good quality roasted coffee 3 lb 60 We have a good line of shoes and oxfords. Only less to pay here. It will pay you to look at our waists and . skirts. We know we can save you money. , v; Clothing for men and boys. Men's work pants II. OA Mall orders solicited, CASH BUYERS' UNlOto 122 North Saeoitd WM. DOLDE. Prop. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL. THE OLDEST MUX IX TOE CTTT. When In need of misIi. door, frame . etc. Screen work a specialty. 4tl South Hrt street. Tel.vulione . Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAIXT One Gallon Covers 6uo Square) Feafc PAUMETTO HOOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Laau Five Yeas. JAP-A-LAC. m 408 Watt Railroad Avaaaa COAL AMERICAN BLOCK. CERRILLOS Ltntr. ANTHRACITE Furnace. Mixed. CLEAN GAH COKE. SMiTlUXG PO.AL. NATTVE KIXDI.IXU FOR CAS II ONLY. WOOD TELEPHONE II. W. H. HAHN & CO, ItEI.I.K SPK(.s HI 'ITER BEST l TOWN. AT M ALOY S.