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VOVWL. ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEHl I MALOY'S Chase & Sanborns Teas and Coffees Have Alway Pleated You The old song, "Just as . Good.' has a false ring to it, because the people are discovering that there is no other line of Teas and Coffees as good as Chase & Sanborn's. Sold only at MALOY'S PHONE 72 San lYaniuro and return $45.00 via direct line, Tucs.inys. Thursdays and Saturdays, of each week, final limit Nov. 3(i. Via Los Angeles rate Is J55.O0, same limits. Ixm Ani.i-li'K and return $35.00 Tues days, Thursdays and Saturdays of each week, limit Nov. 30. San IMceo and return $35.00, Tues days, Thursdays and Saturday of each week, limit Nov. 30. Ooronndo Tent City and return $35.00, Tuesdays. Thursdays and Saturdays of each week, limit ov. 30. T. E. PURDY, Agent IX THE FAMILY CHICLE Butter Cream bread Is a general fa vorite. Visitors often ask: "Where do you get this delicious bread?" An wer of course: "At the pioneer Bak ery." So with home folks and guests alike our bread, cakes, pies and other pastry are popular to a surprising de cree. You'll know the reason when you taste them. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South Firt St. THIRD STREET Moat Market All Khida of Fresh and Salt Meat. Steam Sausage Factory. KM Hi KLEIN WOHT Masonic UulMing. North Third Street. Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAIXT One Gallon Covers BOO Square Feet PALMETTO ROOF PAIXT ! Leaks. Iats Five Years. JAP-A-LAC. 404 Wmtt Ranroad 4ou Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING Mill THE OLDEST MUX, IX THE CITY When In mixi of Hash, door, frame, etc. Screen work a Sjieelalty. 400 South Fir- street. Telephone 461. National Democratic Convention Denver, Colorado $17.75 For the Round Trip Ticket on sale July X 1, .1 anil 6. Final limit July 13. Tickets Continuous Passage T. E. PURDY Agent ZE3 ppg&j EXCURSIONS ( sSWt ON THE 7K WtPATRLCIANJf And All Other Shoes Until July 1 Ai SIMPIER-CLARK SHOE CO.'S GREAT SHOE SALE Great Saving Only Three Days Left Better Hurry Up ran RECEPTION GREETS DELEGATE (Coulinued froui Volte OneJ and congress the illy enters a new era1 of prosperity. The attention of the whole country will bo directed to us, and we will receive n advertisement of Immeasurable value. Hy your work the citizens are relieved to some extent of the burden of the expenses of the exposition, the holding of which, in theae times, would have been absolutely impossible without the aid of the appropriation secured by you. We are here to extend our greeting and welcome to you as the occupant of the chief elective oftice in this territory, the delegate In Con gress of all the people of this terri tory; and, In doing so, we hope that you will be the last delegate that In future Congresses we will be rep resented by senators and representa tives who can demand legislation in our Interest, and, in demanding It, obtain lour Just rights, Instead of, as at present, our being seekers for such gratuities as they may give us. "Heretofore, when our delegates in Congress have returned from Wash ington, we have extended to them a hearty welcome, and I think I voice the true sentiments of the business men in Albuquerque when I say they feel deeply the debt they are under to you for the valuable services ren dered by you in their Interest. We are proud of the fact that we have a delegate in Congress who does thiiiR.s. and the welcome we extend to you is most cordial." STATEHOOD FROM NEXT SESSION SAYS ANDREWS "That the short session of the Six tieth Congress will bring statehood to New Mexico is a certainty, as tar as any human thing may be a certainty," said W. H. Andrews, delegate to Con gress from New Mexico, who returned home from Washington last night, with a record breaking lot of work for Albuquerque and the territory to his credit. "A short time before I left Wash ington," mid Delegate Andrews, "I tiki J an Interview with President Hoos evelt and he took occasion to say that he hoped sincerely that he would have the privilege of signing the bill ad mitting New Mexico to statehood be fore he left the White House. 1 am Ir.deed happy to say that practically all opposition to statehood has been disposed of that when the bill for the admission of New Mexico comes up at :he short session of Cungress, there is r.ut likely to be much delay In Its passage.: I am confident that this territory will be admitted into the 1'nion by next spring. If not before. The various members of Congress who have heretofore opposed the admis sion of the territory for various ra sons are liiilng up now in favor of the statehood bill and they do not hi s i.ii. to say so freely. We haw made i whole lot of friends .n Congress la'eU and they realize that we are in e ei way entitled to a Imlswlon and that It Is not justice to us to further delay It." Concerning Ule provisions of the statehood bill which w 11 likely be passed by Congress. I legate Andrews said: '1 feel certain th.it the bill which I Introduced In Congress ut the last session w ill pass practically Intact. It Is probably the most liberal statehood bill ever betoie 1'iingress. It contains iunoiu "i',ii i prov is ons. a gift to the new state of :i n milium acres of lands and live million dollars for the public schools. I feel sore th.it the bill can be parsed is it now stands and It will mean a great deal for the territory If it does. Sena or Penrose Introduced pi.i lually th same lull in the Senate and It has been favoiably commented upon by the senium s with whom I hive talked. New Mex.eo and Arizona are the last of the mainland terrl lor.es to be admitted and their is a il.. -position I'll the p.ut of the Con- cre-smcn to be very libeial towards i In in." I'oin ernlnK the appropriation for t.,u iiioi. which he secured for the Na. tional Irrigation congroi, Dclcgnte Andiews smiled and said: "Well we got it and that's the main thing. I never tackled as discourag ing a Job In my life as that appropria tion, i should have given up the et- ! fort several times, but t was Informed that Albuquerque needed that money as she never needed anything In her life. I did not want those visitors and particularly the members of Congress, to visit Albuquerque and New Mexico when the Irrigation congress was In session and find the city unable to care for them In fitting style. 1 fear ed Its effect upon statehood, o 1 stay ed on the Job. Even Senator Penrose, who Is always ready to champion any thing New Mexico wants, said there was no use In trying to do anything. Hut I kept pushing the appropriation and finally. Senator Penrose became angry at the opposition which was be ing shown and metaphorically speak ing, he took off his coat and got into the fight. There were three days and a half when I did nothing else but work every hour on that appropria tion. Finally It went through and we got the money. The last session of Congress was a difficult one, at which to uo anything for anybody. However, I do not think we have reason to com plain of the treatment New Mexico received." Delegate Andrews was greatly pleased over the cordial reception he received last nlghi upon his return. "1 am very grateful to the people of Albuquerque for that reception," said Delegate Andrews. "At a similar receotion several years ago, I .told them that I would lo all I could at ail times to help Albuquerque and I have kept my word to the best of my abil ity. I expect to work Just as hard In the fu.ure for the Interests of Albu querque and of New Mexico. 1 am always gla.l to return to New Mexico from the east and I particularly l.Ke to ret'J'-n to Albuquerque. This city Is destined to be the biggest and finest city In the southwest and the progress now being ma.le Is certainly credit able to her citizenship. 1 stand ready at anv and all times to do anything in my power to help the good work along." IN THEIR NEW STORE Lommorl & Co.. of 3:t South Sec ond street, whose stock and fixtures were destroyed by fire last month, have refitted and redecorated their store and will be open for business tomorrow morning. Their shelves and cases are well filled with a new and fresh stock of groceries and provisions. They also carry a complete stock of men's fur nishings. A special article of quality In the stock carried by this firm Is genuine No. 1 grade Imported Lucca olive oil. which can always be obtained there, and the firm's guarantee Is back of It. The store presents a clean and a'tractlve appearance and old and in w customers are Invited to call. SOMEONE TOOK MONEY FROM INJURED MAN While Old Town Ko.lileiil Wax Having Wound- nx-tl $H& Wu Stolen I'roin 1IU Pocket. The preliminary hearing of A. J. Nelson an. I Ada Caldwell, who are hinged with s ealing 9l from the P tekets of J. Man.aner. proprietor of tin- Parlor saloon in old Albuquerque. while the latter was having his u ouihIm dressed after having been s saulted by Joe Itamlis, was continued this afternoon until next Wednesday at 3 o'clock in the afternoon. The continuance was granted by Judge .MeCiellan at the request of Nelson, who said that he was not ready for trial. Nelson was arrested yesterday by Judge MeCiellan at the S' urges bar room n tomplaint of Manzaner, and gave $3mi bonis for his appearance this afternoon and the same bond was continued for his appearance next Wednesday. Itambs, who broke his victim's Jaw. was tried before Judge Uoinero in Old Albuquerque at 2 'dock this afternoon and sentenced to thirty days in the county Ja l. The a-ssault was comm tti d Wednes day evening. M.uiz.ines was badly In jured and had to be put to bed. While he was having his wound dress ed, some one went through his clothes and stole $9S. Nelson and a woman were charged with the theft. When arrested Nelson had $(2.60 In his poc ket. Thla money Is being held by the court pending the trial. Discount FANS ARE WAITING FOR GIG EVENT Mierolxtj and YUliige Pent Meet To morrow fur Supremacy ut Trac tion Park. All preparations have been com pleted for the great game of ball to be played at Traction park tomorrow afternoon between the Village Pests and the Microbes and a lot of excite ment and arguments may be looked forward to. However, the excitement will be for a good cause as the pro ceeds will go to the band boys who constitute Grady's band. Large crowds are expected on the grounds and an exira addition has been built onto the grandstand so as to accommodate the Vkist number of funs w ho are expected to be present. Dr. Taylor Goodman, the ofllclal mascot for the Microbes, has com plained that in the recent game be tween the Microbe. and the Court Plusters, she could not distinguish her pets of the Microbes team from from those of ihe Plasters on account of the absence of their official color, blood red. o)ily one being distinguish able by the red band on his Hleeve. She has determined that in the com ing game she will know, her favorites iiiiu will furnish each one with a red bow. A little speculation Is on as to tiow the game will end, some holding out for the doctors and others for the insurance men and the results will be eagerly watched. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Spelter. St. Louis $4. 40. June iiti. Spelter weak, St. liOllls Wool. St. Louis, June 6. --Wool steady, unchanged. .Money Market. New York. June 2i. Money on call easy, 1 fn 1 t per cent; prime mercaii tile paper, 3U3V4. The Metals. New York, June Uti. Lead easy $4.47 Vi Co 4.52 4j ; lake copper weak 12 - 'il I2c; silver, 54c. (.mill anil Provisions. Chicago, June L'6. Wheat July S 4 'a ii .".; Sept., SB fit Mi VsC Corn July, 67Hc: Sept., BSltiU tlx 'sc. oats July. 43Vsc: Sept., 3S&(,c. Pork- July, $14.:.U; Sept., $14.75. I .aril July. $H. ."!; Sept., $.i7's. Uibs July. $s.o7,; Sept., $i:i2'i( t liiintto l.ivesiiM'k. Chicago, June Jti. Cuttle Receipts 1..MHI; strong; beeves. $4.S i 11 S.40 T. xaiis, ft.iiuru 6.50; westerns, $4.7i(n ti HO, stoek. rs and feeders, $2.6011 a. 5ii; cows and heifers, $2.40'6. calves. $4.7a 'il 6.50. Sheep Kecclpts 6,000; weak; wit ems, :t no 'u 5.4o; yearlings. $4 !o)'q r. (id; lambs. $4.00 416.15: western lambs. $4.004.20. w York Slocks. New York, June 26. Following were closing quotations on the N York stock exchange today: Amalgamated Copper 66 s Atchison xl" do. preferred 14 New York Central Pennsylvania 121 Southern pacific Si1 I'liion Pacific 145a I'nited States Steel 37 S do. .referred li3 Kan-siis City MveMock. Kaiu-as City. June 2i. Cattle He ceipts 2.U00, Including 400 southerns steady to -trong; southern steers, )4 i 7. .Ml; southern cows. $2. 75ft 4.25; stoek.rs and feeders, $3.00 6r 5.00; bulls. $2.25u-5.25; calves. $:! 'i 5 75; western steers, $4.75y7 ' western cows. $3.5041 5.25. Hoys- Itecelpis 14.000; 5 cents low er; bu'k of ales, $a. 80 M 5. Ha; heavy $5 no 'n is .in- uai'kt rs and butchers, $5. Kii'o 5 nr.; light, $5.75 'n 5.90; pigs $( 5n 'o 5.00. She.p Kix-eipta 8,000; steady 5th ..f July, gate receipts to go to the 6 25. range wethers. $4.00 L 4.a0; fed iwey. ii.io'ii 4.25. DeWltt's Little Early Rlsera, the fa mous little liver pills. ar sold by J. H O'lUelly Co. I I h lis ROLLER SKATES JUST RECEIVED. ALL SIZES. McINTOSH HARDWARE CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL NOTICE! F. N'lcolncl, who for tlie pat five years lias been working for Teenier and several other barber sliops, has oiened a shop for himself. He can tie chimed a- one of the boosters for the good of Albuquerque and extends an In vital Ion to the public to call and see him In his new location on Cen tral avenue next to Everitt's Jewelry store. Canvas shoes with leather soles make the coolest and most comfort able footwear during the hot season. We have them In all sizes for men and women, either In oxfords or high shoes. Price only $1.60. C. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. Onr work Is RIGHT In every' lie- partment. ITuhru ljiunilry Co. Cut Price Sale Will last one more week. New bar gains every day in clothing, shoes, dry goods, underwear, hats, hosiery. granlteware, crockery, glassware and groceries. Be sure and get our price list. Nearly the whole stock Is on the bargain counter. Men's well made worx pants.... 89c Men's odd coats, $1.50 and up. Men's odd vests, 60c and up. Men's shoes $1.50 to $3.60 Men's straw hats 25c to $1.60 Ladles' shirt waists, $1.25 kind. now 89c Ladles' $5 shirt waists now $3.7 Ladles' vests 5c, 10c and 25c 10c glass tumbler 6 for 35c 20c china cream pitcher 10c Good quality roasted coffee 3 lbs 50c Large cans 12Hc tomatoes 10c Gal can of plums 30c Mail orders solicited. CASH BbYLRS' LVOA 122 Nertb Steond WM IWM,IK. rTop Highland Livery HAMimooK. nuns. Plume 5(16 112 Joint St. Smlille Horses a Keciahy. IU-st ilrivcrx in the city. IVoprletor of Smile," the picnic wagon. P.MATTEUCCI MtN'S, WOMIN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.... Floe I Impairing A Specialty 103 NORTH FIRST STREET Genuine American Block $6.50 per Ton Handscreened Cerrillos Lump $6.50 per ton Quality and Quantity Guarantied WOOD IH.KI'HO.VK l W. H. HAHN & GO. "FOR CASH ONLY" CRYSTAL THEATER tXiiiiiiienciiig Thursday, June 27. T11E GllKAT ROBZART Novelty t'liaracter Artist. Harry Sheldon & Co Comedy sLeteli Artists PrejjenUiif "MKET MK AT SYHACUS13." Iciest Moving Picture anl Illustrated Kong. Ijulles' Souvenir Matinee Tuesday and Friday. ClUhlreu'a Prtte Paya, Saturday. 10 AXD 80 CENTS. Matinee Every Afternoon at S O'clock To bliows Every Night at o and :15 High orade Refrigerators FOR 1908 ' Finest automatic dry-air system of refrigerat'on and most reliable, practical, medium priced refrigerators on the market White Frost TheLatest White Frost Come to our store and let us show you the very latest and without doubt the. most elegant, serviceable, economical and sanitary Automatic Refrigerator on the market. All sizes. Prices right. Motloa White Mountain Ice Cream Freezers Everything in the Hardware Line. Farm Implements of All Descriptions. General Agents Studebaker Vehicles. OLD REUABLF." L. e. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR. GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the largest and Most FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE. MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. aLBuoutrioue Capital and surplus, $ioo,o?o INTEREST ALLOWED roaoaooao4oo04oc i Fust Rational Bank ALBUQUERQUE, TV. M. United States Depository OOO4CJOOO43O40 BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES Native and Cbl(Ke Lumber. Sherw ln-WU!lms Paint Nou Bet ter. Bullillnu Paper, Plaster. Mine. Cement, (.laws Sash. Doora, ElC, Et.. Etc J. C. BALDRIDCE NOTICE. ; Notice is hereby given that a meet- , lug of the stockholders of The Albu- uucrcjue Eastern Railway Company, i on August 10th, l!)0S, at two o'clock p. in., at the general office of the company In the city of Albuquer que, New Mexico, has been called by the Board of directors, for the pur- j pose of taking Into consideration an agreement of consolidation and merg- er of the Santa Fe Central Railway f Company and The Albuquerque East. ! ern Railway Company, and taking a vote, by ballot, for the adoption or rejection of the same, and for the i transaction of any iher business that may be brought before the meeting. W. E. HAGAN, Secretary. I IOI IMJ.V8 JERSEY FARM FOR Pl'RE ICE CKIaM. GIVE US A CHANCE To figure on that bill of lumber Our lumber comes from our owa mills located In the best body of timber In New Mexico. A large stock of dry spruce dimension on hand. Why not buy the best when it Is Just as cheap? It will pay you to look into this. RIO GRANDE LUMBbH GO. Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette ESTABLISHED 1871. X Exclusive Stock of Staple OrecerlM la the Southwest. ALBUQUERQUE. N. New Mexico ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS 444 Capital ana Surplus $250,000 423 South First its. out H DENTISTS Room 12 N. T. Armijo Bldg W. L. TRIMBLE & CO UVEKT. BALE, FEED AVD TKAN8KEK STAIiLES. Horses and Mules Beugnt and Bw euanged. BEST TOURNOUT8 IN TBI CI1.1 second Sret between Central u. Copper Avenue. I : : !