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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. paox rrrm 4 Don't We have a full line running from $2.50 to Sea Our Window Futrelle Furniture 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 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 Legal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. HOTELS AND RESORTS For Information concerning any of th. place, adver tised In this column and for deacripUv. literature, nil at The Ci'.izen office or write to th. Advertising Manager, Albuquerque Citizen. Albuquerque, N. M. From S. P. depot take Brooklyn Ave. ears; from Salt Lake and Santa Fe depots rake First St. cars to Main, then one block north. . .... STONE HOTEL .J ' JtMtZ HOT SPRINGS TT5 ORIGINAL ghmnhi bath houses --' II""" SfijTi JpJi '"ji '; ' x '- Stape line from liernalillo " "VI 'j&M-f&rrZ 1 10 Jm' Hot Springs in I - f' fCjUfi on4 da'" e leavHt Ber- j-e, nalillo Tuesday A Saturday TICKtlS SOLD AT A. 4. OTERO, Prop. W. L. TRIMBLE'S HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW LEVATORS NEW riRE-PROOriNO Fifty Tncuiacd Delia'.' Worth of Improvement made this seasonfor ihe Ccnveiuerce, Ccn.fort and Safety of our (JiiesUj. Headquarters foi New, Mexico All Electric C&ra ;s Mcuntfcii xi Beach Resorts ston at our door. Direct earn to and froir '. rii. way cecct. 1h Hollenbcck Cafe is more popular than ever. A CARD TO THE PUBLIC ATTK-vnoN i: i:hyiuiy. kkad AX D KriMEMIIKH. Thi arrangement .if the wcats in tlie t'arvi r l)n total) different from niiy entertainment that has ever vis-iti-d Albuquerque The general ad m siun Is on seals the ...aiiic a.s used liy lars" clrcusew, 25 cents. ThU In cludes one-half nf the tent. In the other ha;f are reset veil superior quul lty of circus seals, SO cents each. Un usually larire and high Inside the in closure and surrounding the ring are reserved folding chaira, SI each. Next are boxes of ix chairs each. part lea of six can ecure a box at no more tor each seat than Is charged In re Served seats. Iy purchasing a chair or box yuu can secure every comfort of a theater. Special attention is giv en to box pariie.s. Now read and re member that by purchasing six cha rs you are entitled to a box. Public will will plea.se note that this entertain ment Is conducted on Sp.mUh-Mcxl-can lines, where every comfort Is giv en visitors. The arrangement is such aa to permit visitor to be exclusive, Mx'lusive, reclusive or inclusive. The arrangement of the seats is sensation- fail to sec our line of Folding GO CARTS both in Wicker and Leather The Alwin & Haywood Lines Nothing too good for the baby of these buggies. Prices $22.00 Display 7 file Week Co. west End viaduct I oooooooookooj J. H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. Rifurnlshid Ramodeled When in Los Angeles Stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE 1 68 N. Main St , Los Angeles, Cal. EUROPEAN PLAN 50c UP Restaurant Connected Sp.clal Rate by the Week or Month NEW FURNITURE', NEW PLUMBING ul, in keeping with the entertatinmcnt iUelf. itegarding the entertainment I wish to state nioM emphatically that 1 guarantee it to be the be.-t show that ha.s ever visited Albuquerque, the only performance of Its kind on the fare ol the earin, and a show that .-lands elone without an imitator. A show direct from the City of Mexico, en dorsed by President raz, performers from Madrid, pet performers of King Alfonso. Every performer In this entertainment is a champion in his class. It is strictly a ladies' and chil dren's entertainment, free from ob jectionable features. An entertain ment that I highly recommend as be ing educational, Instructive, amusing, exciting and fascinating. Perform ance begins tonight at i.30 sharp. DR. W. F. CARVER, C. R. Tlll'-RE'S A IlKASOX JXJR IT. 112.50 cash or $15.00 on Installment for one of the new stylish suits. The i well-known David Marks Custom Made Clothing, sold everywher from SIS to $30. This Is your opportunity to get a suit for $12.60 cash or for $1 00 weekly. Pome and see them. E. Maharam, (16 West Central. For the. beat work on shirt ualsta ivuironize llubha Laundry Co. FAMOUS QUINTET ' AT READING ROOM Kunta re PrwnH Vnii.xnally Strong Oi-Kiuiiautoit This Kvcniiig fr Iteneflt of Kinplojes anil General Public The I'hilharmonlc quintet, which presented such a delightful musical and literary program In this city last sea-son, Is scheduled to play tonight at the Santa Fe reading room under the auspices of the Santa Fe reading room service. S. E. Purser, during the entire season, has sent out some very clever entertainers to this cityt but he reserves the Philharmonic quintet each season to close his work. ThU la undoubtedly a tribute to the Philharmonics, but at the same time It shows the public that the music lovers of thin city are deserving of something excellent in the entertain ment line, and they readily distin guish the high grade work from the common and ordinary. ThU season Louie Nixon Hill, mes-io-eoprano, the dainty little singer who last year In costume captivated ail, will be one of the number. The whistler is Enid Lynn Behynicr, one of the Pacific coast's must talented daughters, a singer of note and well received wherever she had appeared. Nuncio Sabini lllttmun, contralto, whose vocal attainments won so many friends lat season, is again a mem ber of the Philharmonics, and has been selected to sing in one of the leading cathedrals of St. Louis this summer. The accompanist is May Or cutt, well known through the east and west. The monologlst is Elsie Olive Pehymer, who has held posi tions in dramatic work on the Pacific coast for the pad two seapona. The program numbers are as fol lows: ran i. Solo (a) "The Girls of Seville" .. Deii.a (b) "When Love Abides" Ulough-Leighter Nuncie Sabini Hlttman. Solo (a) "Creole Love Song" Edgar P.. Smith (b) "May Day" Walthew Louise Nixon Hill tin costume). Reading "The Two Home Comings". .Anon "The Shop Ulrl ' Elsie Uehymer. Whistling solo, "Spring Song" Mendelssohn Enid Behymer. Trio, "Serenade" Gounod Louise Nixon Hill, Enid Rehymer, Nuncie Sablnl Bittman. Part 2. Solo, "King Daughters" Frances Allltsen Nuncie Sab.nl Bittman. Monologue, "The New Baby".... May Isabel Flkc Elsie Rehymer, Soli) (a) "f'arlsslnm" Penti (bi "The Fairy Love Song" Willeby Louise Nixon Hill. Whistling solo, "Invitation Waltz" Anita Owen Enid Uehymer. Duet, "Carmena" . . , . II. Lane W'lsnn Louise Nixon Hill, Nuncie Sablnl Bittman. Finale. e BUYS I TO SIRAIGHTEN ROAD At a .special meeting this morning the county coiiim.Ksioucrs purchased all the land within twenty-five feet of the north rail of the street railway from Fourteenth street to the county Jail not already o.vncd by the county. The purchase price was 1300, distrib uted a.s follows: Mrs. J. Bchern $100, Uabril Armijo (state $25, Felix Ar mijo $12.", Pedro liarcia J50. The land wJll be cleared of all obstruc tions immediately and Central avenue straightened. The commissioners received a peti tion signed by a large number of per sons nskin" that a new prec'net be mm!.' In the noilhea.t corner of the county. A vmall map accompanying the petition shews the i'n boundary lines to lc just ast of the native vil lage of Sedillo. The tdgticrs of the petition are all English speaking per sons who have settled in New Mex- I lco within the past few years. The I new precinct, should the county com j missioners see fit to grant it, will eut I a part of Precinct No. 23. Fred Forbes was appointed to a scholarship in the University of New Mexico from Hern-allllo according to an act of the last Legislature. BROWN FAMILY HERE FOR TWO B 11 NIGHTS Thc.v Will ISo at Hie l.lk' Theater Tonight and Are Planning to Make a Hit. "Browns In Town" ton'ght. This evening the Armin Stock company will produce "Brown's in Town," and so far he sale of si ats has been very gratifying. An extra large house is expected. The show Is one of the most comic of the Armin productions and will be headed tonight by Miss Coral Cliea, a local actress of much ability. Tomorrow evening the same play will be given and those who will be unable to witness the production this evening will be given another chance tomorrow. Saturday after noon a matinee wi;i be given for the ladies and children of the city and a housefull of spectators is expected. "The Parish Priest" was presented iga.n lat maht to an appreciative audience. llODV OF T. l.VNCJ III ltli:i AT SAXTA I I." Santa Fe, N. M., June 11. The body of Thonus C. Lyng, the attorney who commlttej suicide yesterday morning by shooting himself in the head with a revolver, was inferred to. daj In Fairvlew cemetery. B&kinrt Powder, dispensable in the prepara tion of our daily food, must be free from noxious ingredients Complete purity and whole someness are the unques tloned characteristics of I fTP mim Its active principle, cream of tar tar, a pure, health-giving fruit acid, Is derived solely from grapes rp LP Poisonous Ingredients are found In the low-priced baking powders. Their active principle Is a mineral acid de lived from sulphuric acid, oil ol vitriol Study the label and boy only baking powder made Iran craamol tarter BIG CARVER SHOW OPENS THIS EVENING Unique Exhibition Includes "a little of Everything." and Concludes With Thrilling Fteau of Diving Ilorxes. Promptly at 8:30 tonight the big Carver show will begin. The four pole tent is in readiness, the tank filled with water, and the perform ers are waiting for the signal. There will be no delay, as the performance always opens strictly on the time ad vertised, it U safe to Bay that the audience will be an Immense one, as a great deal of interest has been taken in this, the only show of its kind on earth. The fact that every performer Is at the head of his class, added to the many thrillers and hair-raising feats, makes thUs one of the most surprising sensations of the age. From peals of laughter the audience is hushed Into a death-like stillness, only to be fol lowed a moment later by better and more mirth provoking antics which almost make one forget that, a few seconds before, he was holding his breath while watching some perform ir no to what looked like certain death. The "Lone Fishorpjan" act has been described as ane of the most successful stunts ever produced in the amusement world. it is serio-comic and, while one of the most laughable fi-atures of the performance, is n t w ithout iis horrors, for the prelii.Si..,.- i'rog gels into the game with tie craft ami cunning of an osceolot ly ing in w:ct Tor an Jin ient Aztec jng ler. and the eoinedy become.- a h rri !! tragedy with the time away back in tlie paiexole age when, according to scientists, we lived over and over aa n as frogs, fishes and tadpole. The trapeze performers, acrobats, tunibler.s and contortionists are the best that money could secure. If you never saw a e.intortionist tie his body into a knol and then calmly sit on hLs own neck you should go to the t'arver show tonight, for that Is what will happen there. It does not sound reasonable, but it Is actual truth. Al buquerque knows that Dr. Carver never advertUH'S anything which la not actually on the bill. The performance will end with the work of the high diving horses and the terrifying trip of the (Jlrl in lied, who, seated on tin- back of the clown horse, flirts with the beautiful uncer tainty with a smile on her face. The horse dives forty feet through space Into the tank of water, and the Girl In Red disappears with him beneath the surface of the water, still smil ing, while the audience which breath lessly watched h'T wild leap on the back of Clown shouts Itself hoarse with approval. There will be no hitches In the pro gram. It will go as smoothly as clock work, and the audience will be treated to two and one-half hours of the best entertainment ever g ven In this sec tion of the world. NINETY-NINE YEARS SENTENCE FOR MURDER I Ti toner Convicted at Imh Vegas Are (iiven Terms hi Peni tentiary. Laj Vegas, N. M., June 11. (Sie- clal). It is unlucky for prisoners when thry come in groups of thirteen. aa they did today in court here when the prisoners coiiv eUd during the present term of cuu:t were sentenced by Judge Mills. l.eandro Romero. Kstevan Domlo guez and Lav. .1 Ivicinas, self con fessed murderers of J. II. Teliiebaum, were sentence.) to ninety-nine years In the penitentiary, and Prudencla Martinez, Felipe U.ircU and pilar Pu d 11a, convicud of rape, each got twenty years. Uth rs were sentenced for minor crimes, tlie sentences toia. Ing 370 years. LOCIXJN'S JER.tY FARM run pure ice ciufeuu. being in 4JL IVI powder - ffl i n pzq TXJ NEW SKATING RING BEST IN SOUTHWEST Proprietors Have Spared No Kffort to Make It Pleasant for latrouj Results of l4tt Night's Races. The new roller skating rink opened In the Strlckler-Luna building, Cop per avenue and North Second street, by Ross Merrltt and Charlea White, Is by far the largest and best equipped rink ever presented to the skatera of Albuquerque. The floor space Is at- most double that of any former rink and the skating surface Is as smooth aa glass, having been made so by the use of one of the latest Improved devices Invented for the purpose of planing floors. For convenience all the doors of the building have been closed except ing tho large entrance on Second street near the corner of the build ing where the main stairway ascends to the second and third stories. A large screen has been placed a few feet Inside the room to sh eld the skaters from the InqulsMve stare of the public not sufficiently Interested to enter and take a seat. The skate racks are Just to the right of the en trance, tinder the stairway. A tem porary counter runs diagonally across the corner. Raised seats line three sides of the Immense room. The high celling Is profusely decorated with flags and bunting Interwoven from side to side and from end to end. Thee decorations give the hall a pa triotic and not unbeautiful appear ance In the glow of many candle pow er arc lights suspended from the celling In pairs. A number of expert skaters are In attendance at the rink every night to teach the art to the unsophisticat ed and give tho timid courage. These attendants see that the skates are placed properly upon one's feet and render any ass'stance the patrons of the place may desire. One of Richardson's latest Improved skating rink bands, an electric or chestrlan. occupies a raised platform on the south side of the hall. The medal race, which was the feature at the rink last night, was won by Cortex Qulckel, John Ander son second and Fred Mctawlnger third. The race was close and exciting. A large crowd witnessed the go. ThlJ makes the second week Qulckel has held the medal. 1KITIX ARRIVALS. Alvarado. V. H. Cregory, Portland. Ore.; A. Emory Daus, Helen; C. R. Fisher, Kansas City, Mo.; L. A. Bland, Kan sas City; C. II. Dixon and wife, Lou isiana; Aclto Culllans, W. H. Army, Cincinnati, O.; H. T. Patterson, San Francisco; Mrs. C. II. Layson, Pan Francisco; '. ('. Buchut, F.I Paso; W. J. Dick. Chicago; W. B. Block, gan Francisco; L. A. Mills, Oklahoma City; n. K. liuuyskey, Denver; O. P. Rose, Denver, ilarvle Duval, Santa Fe; A. Boodln and wife, St. Joaeph, .Mo ; T. B. Nelpson, Denver; T. C. Carlington, Las Vegas; D. J. Ieahy, Las Vegas; M. J. Keaton, Kansas City; M. T Franc, f'l. veland; J. R. Kccer v'ne. l'lillm-an: Mr. and Mrs. J. Man ning. New Vork; Kdwln If. Ilusker, Lo.s Angeles. Kl tiryoM. K. A. Parkford. Florida; R. W. Sebbi n. Denver; R. J. Olovanlnu, Kingman, Ariz.; P. A. Oerges. Raw lins. Wyo.; Jas. Lueaj, Cemllos; Max Kenn.senlck. Peralta, N. M.: Isaac Iwi.s, Sheridan, Wyo.; N. T. Oreen, Doutr:;is; T. Leonard, Chicago. iriiiid Central. F. P. Hunter, Kl Paso; II. a. Ral ston, wife and daughter, Denver: Walter Holmes, Alamosa, Colo.; Will lam Rich. Savoy. Jas. D. Crey. Kl Paso; S. M. Saat !i n, Denver; II. II. Shayspud, Denver. Cruige. L. K. Fields and wife, silver City. FEfTS ROOT HKKIt. TIIK If F Kit OF QUALITY. WALTON'S Dltl'O STOKE. Porch Furniture Del trlil fully rutrtlc In niD earajioe, artistic In deMgn. built strength and durability, It meets every requirement Meal porrh furniture. Hickory CraJra from 92.00 upwards. COME AND ALBERT FABER !? . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING. GAS AND STEAMflTTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 CLAIRVOYANT -DeWitt T. Courtney Tlie most eminent, accurate anil reliable Trance Clairvoyant In the world has permanently located in your city, and If you are In doubt or trouble call and see him. He gives advice upon all affairs of Hie liove, law, Marriage. Divorce, Mining, Real Kstate and change of all kinds. One visit will convince you of the powers of this wonderful man, ond that yon can obtain happiness, contentment and ueceai through following Ids advice. 30.1 14 Central Avime. Rooms 5 and B. Hours. ..10 to 5. Harvesting Machines IS THE BEST ON THE MARKET McCormick New 4 Mowers McCormick Grain Binders McCormick Sulky Rakes McCormick Sweep Rakes I. H. C. Baling Presses RAABE and MAUGER AGENTS 113-117 . First St. cwouucxxxxxxxxxx For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery HUB ESS L A UMD ? V CO 2 WHITE exxxxxxxxxooooexx Clearance Sale! i ai the Cash Utiyers' Union starts Sat-! urday, June 13th. Cme and get yourj pick of bargains in clothing, shoes, dry 6'odx, underwear, hats, hoslerv. ! ( Kranlteware, crockery, glassware and groceries. Be sure and get our price nst. Nearly the w hole stock is on the tar;ain counter. Men's well made worn pants.... 8Dc M.-n's odd coats, $1.60 and up. M.-n's odd vests. 60c and up. Men's shoes $1.60 to $3.50 Men's atraw hats 25c to 11. E0 Ladles' shirt waists, $1.25 kind. now g90 Ladies' $5 shirt waisU now $3.75 Ladles' vests 5c. 10c an J 25c 10c glass turah!. i ....6 for 35c 20c china cre .ni "ch r 10c (lood qualltj roa-u , coll. . 1 lbs 6c. Large e;m.4 l:''ae t in. 1 1 10c Oal r : "f plmm S0c .M il! older sol c'ted CAzIi BUYERS' Ur.lO 122 Nrth iteoad VTOL DOLIiK, Prop. I No furniture is in more perfect harmony with what a porch should be than "Old Hickory" lit for I '21 SEE OUR LINE 401 West Central Ave. Mccormick line OF WAfiOlVJS Colombo Theatre 416 NOHTII SECOND ST. Phone 471. Motion Pictures Illustrated Songs lareiitH' iH-voilon NclKiborly Neighbor I lie Utile Chimney bweepcrs Lock Tp V SONGS I iKXKUAL ADMISSION 10c. Matin, j. p. m. Tdnoly, Sat urday, Sunday. EVCNINtta a. a WU0004K04K04K34K34KQ I Subscribe (or Th Citisaa.