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THCIIKIAV, MAY SI.' IsflsV Bel C0L01B0 THEATER MAY 22, 23 AND 24 L,OWDV a msunnii c ALBTTQTT QUE CITIZEN. Sctnool Japanese Vegetable if. Tbls It tba Most Comforlabla and Durabia Mattrtts Mad: Feather weight, only 21 lbs and looks like 40 lbs. With occasional sun hath will last for years, and never pack or lump. Wc have cus tomers who have used them for 10 years and they say they are as jrood as new. (Jood enouyh for a kinjr. cheap enough for a poor man. Only 12. SO Cash told on Jo days approval (Jive them a trial and you will have no other Manufactured expressly tor the Kutrelle Furniture Co. Futrelle Furniture 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 Le;al Reserve Company. It writes the ht.inda.id policies established by the Laws of New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. X '.LiAULB." ESTABLISHED 1871. X L.. PUTNEY THfi WHOLESALE GROCER I 'LOUH. GHMN AND PROVISIONS :Carrii n largest arid Moat 1. xcluslve Stock of Staple GreceHee ta t.. South we.t. V.VRM VND FTtEKKT WA.GONS ' ALEUQUBRQUB. N. M. HOTELS AND RESORTS For information concerning any of the places ailver tied in this column and for descriptive literature, call at The I lit iy.cn office or write to the Advertising Manager. AlliUcru,iie Citizen, Albuquerque, N. M. Refurnished When U. 168 N. From S.T. leM. take Iirooklvti Ave. Cars; from Suit I.aUe and Santa. Fc 1 i -is take First St. cars i,. M;iin, then one block north. Hotel Delaney riril" J Ragular Board, 96 par waak , Bi i akfat, I.unch and Dinner served Cor. 5th St. and Central Ave. phone 473 a OTI.KO. Ih-op. HOLLENBECK HOTEL C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW ELEVATORS NEW f IRE 'PROOFING Fifty Thousand Dollar Worth of Iniproveinenii, made this season for the Convenience, Comfort and Safety of our (iueiits. Headquarters foi New Mexico All Electric Curs to Mountain and lieach Ucsoru ston at our door. Direct earn to and from all railway depots. The Hulleibeck Cafe It more popular thai ever. Down Mattress Co. west End viaduct J. H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. Ramodalad in Los Angeles stop at the S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE Main St, Los Angeles, Cal. EUROPEAN PLAN 5k. UP Restaurant Connected Special Bates by the Week or Month STONE HOTEL JE1WZ HOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stajje line frum licrnalillo to Jetnez Hut Sprine in iino day. Sta'e leaves Ber nalillo Tuesday A Sat in-day ; ' al TICKtTS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S NEW FURNITURE NEW PLUMBING BROWNS DIDN'T REACH ANY AGREEMENT YESTERDAY Meeting to Reorganize De veloped Nothing New-Some Dope About Players. The .Albuquerque Browns are J much of a ball team as they were a week ago, or a month ago when E. L. Mcdler was elected manage) The prospects of a fact team for Albu querque seem rather slim. There wag no reorganization again Inst night. A few players showed up at Traction park and did some practice, but nothing transpired In the way of or ganization. Mr. Mcdler explained hla position in the matter by saying that he did not believe it advisable at this time to ask the people to subscribe money for a ball team, wher there was no team w'thln traveling distance of Albuquercue strong enough to amu.se the kinJ of a team that should represent Albuquerque. He believes that it would be much better to let baseball slide along until the middle of the summer, when the sport is at its best, and then secure r.t some ex pense a team worthy of the name of the Albuquerque Browns. The players who attended the firt meet ing would have a baseball team or ganized Immediately and these sev eral calls for reorganization have been ith Uuj purpose in view. According to reports Albert Clancy has been released by siout City and Is now on his way home, having re fused to sign with several minor leagues. It Is reported that he wat released by Sioux City ber-ause of Door hitting ind erratic fielding. Albu- 1 queniue funs know that Clancy is a fast aa any of .he yoiingnters ho played on the lo?al diamond last year and made good In the Western league. Charles Kunz ts playing . cond base for Roswell like a veteran. The Pecos valley has a number of fast teams, and the fans of Koswell and Artesla and that locality are enjoying some good sport. Hoy Corhan Is said to be trying to secure his release from Pueblo. The tailenders of the Western league are not very desirable company for the fast little shortstop Corhan has two offers awaiting him as soon as he can get rid of his contract with Pueblo. "Htp" Starr Is making good with Ploux City In a way th.it local fans can hardly understand. It will be remembered that Starr was pitching great ball for the Albuquerque Browns four years ago and was count ed upon to win for the Browns In the terr'torlal fnlr trurnament. when he gut two bullets in 1 is bark and was take,, to n hospitnl supposedly to die. It was thnuirht then that Starr had pitched his last ball. Parson Frantz. who deserted thfi Western association to play with Enid, Okla., his home town, is to be made manager of the Enid tear. Frnntz dd not open the season very well but he Is stinging the ball now. He gnt two of only four hits made his tonm In a thlrteen-lnnlng panic Mon day. The ladies of the Kastern St!ir will give a box social at Mrs. Fred Perkins-. 607 South Kdith street, Friday evening. May 22. All members and friends Invited. (iiitism r to nirruci: sm. Chicago. May 21. Cnl ed States it'lrcult Ju'lue Petti S. firoMKcun. ac cording to a rumor widely circti la led, is preparing to retire from the bench to be-Mime a member of a prominent law fivm. The Jurist will not vertry the tumor, neither will he deny It. The reason given f o his alleged decision 10 retire Is that he- feels bii iness life would be more rernunerath r. He now holds much st irk In street railways and other corporations. Jmlne Orrosscup was at one tlm mentioned as a possible procidentia' csndldate. Pan'l look well, eat well or feel well with Impure blood feeding your body. Keep the blood pure with Hur dock Plood Ritters. Kat slmplv, take exercise, keep clean and you will have long life. HISTORY OF THE WHITE HOUSE 4 Volumes AT WASHINGTON. D. C. Illustrated. SAMPLE VOLUME FREE With llach I'air of Vv c MKS. JOHN' AIAMS. I'KI'KIIIKNT JOHN' Al IMS. THE BROWN SHOE CO., $MY9 Mr. Retail Merchant, You are missing a good thing if you are not using the Duplicate Statement System Saves time making out statements at end of month. Statement account always ready for the customer. Copy of statement is retained tor reference in binder. We make them all Styles and Sizes If you have not seen them call us up, and we will be glad to show how they work. H. S. LITHGOW Bookbinder Rubber Stamp Maker 312 West Cold KNIGHTS ENTERTAIN THEIR FRIENDS AT A DANCE They Listen to Program of', Musical Selections and En joy Pleasant Evening. About seventy-five people, consist-1 inn of the Knights of Columbus, their j w ives, sweethearts, fi lds and others, enJocd a very pleasant evening In the' ICIk's lodge rooms last night, and after an exceptionally good program, which consisted of speaking and music, the crowd danced until the ourly hour of the morning. The occasion was. "Ludica' Xlghi," and the ladies were there In ull thelr glory, each with her Knight. Prof. Dl Mauro's three-piece orchestra fur nished the music and opened the pro. gram with a beautiful selection. The next number was a solo by Miss Le Tarte, who ang most beautifully ihe "Miserere" from II Trovatore, accom panied by the orchestra. Miss le Turte has a clear, sweet soprano voice and her song was greatly enjoyed by those present. Mr. Picstell then introduced A. I.. Mai tin. who gave several leclta.ions in t lie most pissing style. Mr. Mar tin's first number was entitled "His Courier" and caused many a ripple of laughter as the different dialects were spoken. He was forced to re fpon I with an encore for which he spoke two very pre ty little bits of poetry, the f.rst of which was entitled "My ShiH, ' and the second, "Hindu's Paradise." Mr. Martin is an excellen1 elocutionist and deserving of much praise for last evening's work. Several exrellent whistling solos were glven Frank Kerzman, accom panied on the piano by Miss Helen Pratt. Mr. Kerzman waa also forced to whistle an encore It's whistling l.i truly wonderful. The first number was "Mob ii' Link" and his encore was entitled "The Swallow." and as a tblrd encore the whistler gave some Imitations of a canary. Mrs. Frank's singing, which fol lowed, cannot be too highly com mented upon. This well known and popular singer wing several songs and was encored again and again. Her first sonir "rnrmena." was sung only as Mrs. Frank can sing It and the ap plause which followed showed the manner In which it was received by White House Shoes I'OK MIOX lolt WOMK Thewe books are profusely Illus trated with beautiful Interior and exterior views of tin- White Houae, showing pictures of the presidents and ladies who have presided dur ing the various presidential admin istrations specially featuring the personal characteri'ic of the ladle, and containlrg many beau tiful tradition of inurest to the population of our wtiole country, which are not now generally known. ASK Yorit li:l l l! loll TIIKM Or m-iiiI in- In slauiM to uh anil the four volumes "ill he M'lit ou by mail. Mention tliia paper. St. Louis, Missouri, U. S. A. Ave. Phone 924 the audience. As encores the follow ing wongs were sung with the same effect as her first number: "Rosalia" and "Just a Wearyln' for You." After this the ciowd cleared the floor and dancing was enjoyed until past midnight, after which the crowd departed for their respective homes. Cherry punch was served during the evening. Subscribe for Th CI risen. BASE BALL SUNDAY AFTERNOON MAY 24 Barelas Grays v. Santa Fe Grays Big Excursion From Santa Fe Game Called at 2.30 OtoaoaosYsVsmiaoaoariao' Colombo Theatre lie south si:coxi st. Phone 471. motion rictures c. Illustrated Songs TOXKillT, MAY" 20, 21. A. Champion and all the Same. Kallorx' Iraoiical Joke. lp-to-Date Creator. Hobby's Kodak. Songs "There la a Girl for F.very Itoy and a Boy for Every ilrl;" "In the Wild Woods." (JK.VKHAL ADMISSION 10c. KKKKKVED KEATS 20c. Matinee, 3. p. m. Wcdnetday, Sat urday, Sunday. EVeNINQ 8-9 Less Money Needed ' You need less money to do you shopping this w-eek than ever befsr to do your trading at the Cash Buysn Union, Compare these prices: A nice Vlcl Kid Oxford for la dles Ill A guaranteed Patent Leather 13.50 Oxford for ti ll Hoys' 11.76 extra well mads box calf 11.41 Men's solid leather oak sols 12.60 shoes till Men's lilark Sa'een well mads and full size shirts It Men's well mads 6Uo work shirts 40r Good duality granite wash basins 11' Glass tumbler regular 6c quality two for i SDc Imitatlun cut glass sugar bowl 11' Very line 35c M. F. J. coffee.... Ill High grade English breakfast tea Il S x bars Lenox soap lie And hundreds of other bargains a 122 North Second street. Mall order solicited. CAhh BUYERS' UN 10 122 Nonb Saeaud WM. DOLDE, Prop. Go-Carts and Carriages t0T ros uac. ALBERT FABEP( S8 Cut 1 UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS $75 Albuquerque Typewriter . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATIXG, GAS AND STEAMFIITING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Knamel Bathroom Fixtures. ... Phcne 1020 CLAIRVOYANT DeWitt T. Courtney The most eminent, accurate and reliable Trance Clairvoyant In th world lui-i iM-riiimiciuly pica ted In your city, and If you are In doubt or trouble call und see lum. lie glv. , ml vice upon all affairs of life love, Ijiw. Marrlagcy Divorce, Mining. I'.chI KMate and changes of all kinds. Ono visit will convince you of the powers of this wonderful man, mill Hint you can obtain happiness contentment and success through following his advice. SOS 'j Centrul Avenue. Itoonut B and B. Hours. t :i( to 5. Raabe & 115-115 NORTH t"inr" ' $4.50, $5, $6, and $7, per coil of 50 feet. LAWN Grass Catchers to fit any Mower Lawn Rakes' and Sprinklers also Shovels, Rakes, Hoes and Gat-den Sets FOK S ALU. :.U(i 2-year-old wethers, 200 1-year-old wethers. 300 fat ewes. Can b een at .Sabinal on the 26th, 27th and 28th Inst. Address Oscar Liffrelng, fablnul, N. M. Don't ue harfh phjnsle. The reac tion weakens the bowels, 1 ads to chronic constipation. Get Donn' K' gulets. They operate ea.-l V, tone 'he sloiiiueh, cure conillpatio!i. Tin; iik;iilvm i.ivkuv an- MIlNtKS TIIK I'IC.MC ViO HA I UK" HAS IlKKM Itl'.l'AINTKU AND IS ItCADY Foil TKII'S 'H TIIK MOIXTAIVS. IXHIt MAY IHUUSKS. I'lIICI.S UKASOV iu.i:. "My child was burned terribly about the face, neck and rhet. 1 ap plied Dr. Thoinus' Klectrlc Oil. The pain ceased and the child hank Into a restful sleep." Mrs. Nancy M. Han son, Hamburg, N. Y. All the new mod els for 1908 are in. The largest variety to select from. See the new Fulton and Al win collapsible carts-just the proper style for summer. West 310 Central Rate Exchange 215 V. Centra lAvc I 401 West Central Ave. Matige? FIRST STREET A New Lot of HOSE recently received di rect from the factory It's the best we ever had. It sells at MOWERS W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. I.IVKKT, SALE, FF3 VNI TKANSFF-U STAUI.KS. Horses and Mules Rougbt and C cnanged. B1CST TOURNOUT8 IN TUB Cl'f j Her-ond 8'reet between Central aa. Copper venue. Full ss of Troth. jt.el.l lining . itiolil Crowns .11.60 no ' Q I 'aln less Kxtractlng ALL WOKK GCAHANTEED. nrtr DKS. COPP and PET11T. K(HM IS, S. T. AAM1JO BLDQ.