TTimBIATf JULY 80, It08.
Just received a fresh stock of
In bottles and in bulk
We carry a fine and complete
LUNCH AND PICNIC
TWO ANIONS BRING
WAR 10 CENTRAL
(.Continued From I'hcp One.)
cf the American commander, Davillo
Cot the oftice.
A'ow thu suspicion is that Zelaya
la backing the revolutionary move
ment to oust Davlho, with a hope that
in the new ehuffle of the cards there
mill be no Mulligan around to prevent
thu selection of a man who will cede
the disputed territory awarded Hon
duras to Nicaragua as pay for Zelay
m's services in the restoration of peace
tn distracted Honduras. Thus far,
however, there has been only defeat
(or the revolutionists. Even if there
bad been a moderate measure of suc
cess the United States had gunboats
at AmapaJa and Ceiba to prevent the
reaping of the fruits of victory, even
a she had Mulligan at 'Amapala a
jrear ago to frustaie Zelaya.
But even such frustration does not
eatisfy Messrs. Hoot, Bacon and
Creel. They are commercial minded.
It would plta.se them to have absolute
peace so that Honduran finances
might be put on a good bas s and the
. construction of the Honduran section
of th Pan-American railroad might
a-o forward. The arbitration treaty,
however, hailed with so much satis
faction last December, apparently U
j no better- than so much waste paper.
Zelaya, according to reports, does not
, want to observe it, and so there is the
condition that prevailed before It Tli
brought into being.
Although Onlern Were Isxucd by the
UuHNcx Tlicre Kceins to lie Lock
There Is more trouble in the rank
of the Democratic party In Bernalillo
county. The two rival Democratic
clubs are the" disturbing elements,
nd the Democratic bosses seem to
too the cause of the imbroglio. The
trouble started when the bosses hand
ed the secretary of the Toung Men's
.Democratic club the membership lit
of the Bernalillo County Democratic
club, organised last spring for the
city election, with instructions to af
filiate the two organizations. Many
of the members of the Bernalillo
County club and a few of the most
active workers of that organization
re members of the Jefferson lan Dem
ocratic club, a rival of the Young
Men's Democratic club, and they re
fused to be coerced In any such man
ner. The affiliation of the two first
' organizations is ordered by the bosses
to take place tonight, and the thing
has been done with such snap Judg
ment that the Jcffersonlans are al
most off their feet. However, the In
fluential members say that the bosses
may make the affiliation but the wed
ding will be one In name only , and a
meeting of the Jeffersonlan club has
been called for tomorrow night at the
Korber building, at which some steps
will be taken to counteract the affil
WILL HAVE SMOKER
Kiiiertaiiuiietit in Ih'Ing llnmiel For
Next Week ltniihll.nns Are
Invited to I'm- Club Himnis.
The officers unj directors of the
Young Men's Kepubl .un dub at u
meeting held at the club rooms. UK
West (Sold avenue last ninht. decide. I
on Tuesday or Wednesday of next
week hs the date for the next smoker
and rally. The entertainment com
mittee was Instructed to spare no
rnergy In getting up something Inter
esting for the affair. The glee club
has been Increased t a chorus and It
has been suggested that a ten round
go between some local boxers be put
The finance of the club were dis
cussed and Fred Hamm was apiHiint
ed to assist Secretary Newell in col
lecting membership dues. The club
rooms are now being maintained ut
' an expense of 865 a month end are
very comfortable. The rooms are airy
and well ventilated and lighted and
electric fans have been Installed for
the comfort of the member. The
rooms are open front a. in. until 9
p. m. and Republicans are Invited to
tife them at their pleasure.
Will EXHIBIT BEET
FARM AND MACHINERY
Sugar Hot OnniMiihn Will Make In-ti-rclhig
Plsfiliiv at IniKiillon
R. S. Wllrnn. Industrial agent for
the Santa Fe, has received word from
the United States Sugar and Land
company of Garden City, Kansa,
that they will send to the Sixteenth
National Irrigation Congress an x
hi jit consisting of a miniature farm,
size ten by twenty feet, together with
a reservoir for irrigating It, with
growing beets upon It, showing beets
In all stages of their growth from
the planting until they are ready for
The American Bret Sugar company
will send a model of a beet dump,
along a railroad and number of
miniature stock cars and beet crs
such as arc used In handling the beets
from the prent Melds of Colorado.
The Holly Sugar company of Holly,
Colorado, has agreed to send ft model
of an up to date sugar factory, large
enough to show the process of beet
sugar making, showing every detail
of this great Industry from the time
toe farmer brings the beets to the
factory until It Is sacked nd deliver
ed to the merchant, the finished ar
ticle. The making of beet sugar has
become one of the greatest Industries
of the United States and the process
of making the sugar Is very Interest
ing and should attract a great deal of
attention. These three Interesting
exhibits will be placed In the build
ing of the Santa Fe railroad.
Mr. Wilson has also secured from
the American Smelting and Refining
company a promise of a very fine ex
hibit. The Colorado State Horticul
tural association will send their en
tire fruit exhibit, which Is now kept
In the capltol building et Denver. This
Is one of the finest fruit exhibits In
In two or three days Mr. Wilson
will leave the city for El Paso, Dent
ing and points In the Mesllla valley
for the purpose of securing exhibits
from those places for the Irrigation
congress. After going over this ter
ritory, he will visit the Pecos valley,
taking In Carlsbad, Roswell, Artesla
and other prominent towns In that
section. From ther.'( ho will go to the
Texas Panhandle country, gathering
exhibits and pictures for the Santa
Upon his Teturn from this trip, Mr.
Wilson will make an extensive trip
through the San Joaquin valley of
California, and through other sections
of that state. Through the efforts of
Mr. Wilson, the Santa Fe building
promises to be one of the most Inter
esting, and contain some of the finest
exhibits of the congress.
CONTRACT FOR STORE
Will Kre One-Story Building on
C tut ml Near Fourth Street, and
May AM Another Slory Soon. '
J. C. Baldrldge, proprietor of the
Baldridge lumber yards, has begun
toe erection of a new business block
on the south side of Central avenue
near Fourth street, next the building
occupied by the C. May shoe store. A.
W. Hayden has been awarded the
The building will have a 50 font
front and will be 132 feet deep and
erected of cement stone blocks with
walls of sufficient strength to hold a
second story. The present contract
calls for but one story, and it is as
yet undecided whether it will be made
into one room or two. Mr. Baldrldge
has several applicants for the build
ing and the floor space will he made
to suit the renters. A second story
will be added as occision demands.
While Mr. Baldrldge Is reticent as
to who his prospective renters are
It Is said that a firm owning a large
notion store at El Paso Is one of the
strong bidders and proposes to rent
the building with a view of occupying
It with a large stock of notions and
ten cent goods.
The first story of the building will
cost close to $10. 000. The construc
tion will be pushed with great haste.
Will QUIP DAIRY
ALONG SANITARY LINES
New F.ntriiis Is Icwlgiiel to Keep
Money In tlie Territory and Or-gaiii'!-)
Plan Modern Farm.
R. 1. Balcomb has the plans and
specifications for the buildings to be
erected by J. E. Matthew on the
proposed new diary site on the re
cently purchased land north of the
city. This new d ilry will be the
finest fif its kind in the southwest.
Six new buildings In all are to be
erected a brick cottage for the su
per nteniint's residence and ofti.e,
one large building for offices, bottl'wr
rooms and sterilizing rooms, one
horse stable, three cow feeding barns
and one milking barn. This milking
barn will be thoroughly equipped witn
modern rirlkiritf apparatus and will
have a capacity for milking ,100 cows
dally. Contractors are now fluiin
on this work and the contract will
probably be let this week.
The new dairy company which has
been formed Is preparing to take care
of the dairy business which has here
tofore gone to Kansis and Colorado
h n thus help to keep tl'e money In
AX i:SY MII.KF.lt.
A Stroud farmer on Route 1 has
taken out a patent on an electric
motor tautened to a cow's back, the
electricity being generated by a dyna
mo attached to the cow's tail, says the
Stroud Inventor. It strains the milk
and hangs up the pall and trainer; a
.-mall phonograph accompanies the
uttit which yells "su" when the cow
moves; If she kicks an attached arm
Dutches the milk stool and lams her
over the head with It. Lincoln Coun
ty (Okla ) Journal.
Will FIK ROAD
IN THE FALL
FomnilsMlonrrn .Int .Off .Work .on
Tlroiiglifnre to Mock Yards on
Account of Water.
The board of county commissioners
held a session at the court house this
afternoon and let the contract for ex
tending the sewer at the court house
anu Jail 300 feet south to the Stand
ard Plumbing and Heating company
for $215, which wns the lowest bid.
Road Supervisor Glllenwater of
District No. S. reported the progress
of work on the roads in his district
ana requested that $3 50 be appor
tioned to his district from the general
road fund. The board allowed him
13,000 On account of the work being
done on the University hill road and
also approved numerous accounts In
connection with this work.
County Surveyor Pitt Ross reported
that it will require 3,000 yards of dirt
to make the fill on the road to the
stockyards and Frank Wilson appear
ed before the board In this matter
anu stated that In his Judgment It
would tie Impracticable to make this
till at present because of water over
flowing on the road from the Irrigat
ing ditches. The boarddeclded to de
fer the work until fall when the water
.will be shut off.
a resident of old town, who has
constructed fence encroaching on
the public road, was ordered to re
move it ,
The annual teachers' Institute will
begin next Monday, August 3, and
continue two weeks, closing with ex
aminations on Friday and Saturday,
August 14 and 15. The teachers In
attendance will be those of Bernalillo
and McKlnley counties. Others may
enroll, however, as students upon the
payment of a nominal fee.
Professor Rupert F. Asplund of the
University will conduct the institute
and Instruct In pedagogy, arithmetic,
grammar and physiology; Miss Mary
Spaulding of the city schools will have
charge of classes In orthography,
reading, geography, penmanship and
drawing: Miss Bllizabeth Willey will
conduct a model school of two classes,
regular lessons In singing will be giv
en by Miss Annie Menaul.
Besides the regular classes there
will be several lectures. Dr. Smart
will lecture on "Infectious Diseases
and Their Prevention;" Dr. De la
Vergne on the "Correction of D
formities." The sessions will be held
mi the Fourth ward school building
from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. each day.
SPAIN NOT AFRAID OF OARMSTS.
San Sebastian, Spain, July 30. The
only step taken by the Spanish gov
ernment In connection with the meet
ing lttst Siturday of Carllsts at 7.t
rrarraga, near this city, and elsewhere
was to dispatch an extra squadron of
cavalary to reinforce the garrWon
here during King Alfonso's stay. The
report , that Don Jaime de Bourbon,
son of the pretender, was present at
the meeting at Zumarraga Is officially
KM A Mj SII1PPFRS MAY' OttllUNR
Washington. July 30. The Inter
state commerce commission today de
cided that shippers might combine
small quantit'es of freight of various
ownership, either by arrangement
among themselves or through the
medium of the forwarding agency,
and ship the combined lot 't the rela
tively lower rates applicable to large
New York, July 30. Lead firm,
$4.47 Va 'I 4.52 H ; lake copper firm,
13 S t! 13 Wc; silver, 52 c.
New York, July 30. Money on call
easy, 1 W 1 "4 per cent; prime mercan
tile paper, 3 !4 ii 4 per cent.
New York blocks.
New Y'ork, July 30. Following
were closing quotations on the stock
Amalgamated Copper 75
do. preferred 92
New York Central 17U,
Southern Pacific V2
Union Pacific 1534
United Slates Steel ii
do. preferred 108
Chicago, July 30. Wheat July,
ituSc; Sept., 1 V 4) 91V4C
Corn July, 76,ic; Sept., HMc
Outs July, 62 Vic; Sept., 44 C.
Pork -July, $15.65; e-Spt., $16.77 Vi.
Lurd -July. $.42Vi; Sept., $9.50.
Ribs July, K.V0 ; Sept., $9.00.
July 30. Spelter higher,
Chicago. July SO. Cattle Receipt
S.600; steady; beeves. $3,90 4) 7.80;
Texans, $3.tiO'it.V25; westerns, $S.80(
6.90; stockers and feeders, $2.60 0
.oo; cows and heifers, $5.10415.80;
calves, $5,50 4( 7.00.
Sheep Receipts 14,000; steady;
westerns, $2,704 4.70; yearlings, $4.60
'115.10, lambs, $1,504)6.80.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, July SO. Cattle Re
ceipts 5,000; steady to strong; south
ern steers, $3.004i 4,80; outhern
cows, $2.00 413.60; stockera and feed
ers. $3,004( 4.90; bulls, $2,5044.00;
calves, $4,004) 6.25; western steers,
$3,764) 6.00; western cows, $2.50
Hogs Receipts (.000; 5 4110c low
er; bulk of sales, $6,504) 6.65; heavy,
$6. (OS (.70; packers and butchers,
$6:5066.70; light, $6,104) 6.60; pig
Sheep Receipts t.000; ' strong;
muttons, $4,004) 4.65; lamb," $4,600
6.36; range wethers, $3.75 47 4.60; fed
t, $3,25 4) 4.25.
The photographic studio known for
the past few years as the Moon Stu
dio, and later as the Kemmerer Stu
dio, situated at 31 3 H West Central,
and managed for the past sis months
by Mr. Wm. R. Walton, of Providence,
R. I., was purchased yesterday by Mr.
All Indebtedness of said studio In
curred prior to this date Is assumed
by Mr. N. L. Kemmerer of this city.
Mr. Kemmerer will also collect ac
counts due the studio prior to this
During the rst r,'w months the
studio has been completely renovated
and redecorated, and is now thor
oughly equipped and up to date in
Mr. Walton 1" a photographer of
twelve years' experience, most of
which time was spent In the larger
cities. It will be the policy of the
studio to give to its patrons the very
best that skill and study can accom
plish, also the very newest and latest
laeas in artistic mountings and fin
ishes. Visitors are always welcome and
will be shown courtesy and respect
even to the minutest detail.
Rlack Cat stockings wear longer
and fit better than any other brand
on the market. They are absolutely
fast colored. All sizes for men,
women and children. Prices run from
1 2 Vs to 60c. C. May's Shoe Store, 314
West Central avenue.
White native bran riches bran
evir sold, $1.75 per hundred. Clean
est milling wheat. I".. W. Fee, 602
001 8. 1st. Phone IB.
The rapid Inc-reose In rmr business
Is due to good work and fnlr treat
ment of our patrons. Hubbs Laun
lo you know that we operate SO
machines In our plant every day?
Thnr's why we can make and sell
window frames for brick at S1.8A:
screen doors at $1.00; porch swings
at $5.00. Superior Planning Mill.
TO TIIK PIDIIC.
Until further notice, Central ,-nue
from Tenth street to Fourteent. street
is closed to travel. J. H. WORTH.
Chairman Street Committee.
Want ads printed In the Citizen
will bring results.
Doctor Nacamull will be back from
Europe in September and will be at
his office In the N. T. Armljo building
about. September 15, 1908.
FEE'S GOOD ICE CREAM AXT
ICE CREAM SODA. WALTON'S
Y'ou can save money on that bill of
lumber If you buy from the Superliw
Lumber and Mill Co.
FEE'S GOOD ICE CrUSAM AVD
CE CREAM SODA. WALTON'S
LOI DON'S JERSEY
FOR PURE ICE CREAM.
Feel languid, weak, run-down T
Headache? Stomach "off 7" Just a
plain case of lazy liver. Burdock
Blood Bitters tones liver and atom
ach, promotes digestion, purifies the
Our shirt and collar work Is per
feet. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH is
the proper thing. We lead others
IMPERIAL- LAUNDRY CO.
Are you looking for something? Re
member the want columns of The
Evening Citizen are for your especial
benefit. It talks to the people and
they talk to you.
THORNTON THE CLEANER
Cleans any and everything and doe
it right. The oeat In the southwest
All he asks Is a trial. Clothes cleaned
repaired and pressed. Just call up
620. Works. 7S7 8. Walter
If Cyrus Ren. Holt will answer
this ad. he will learn something
to his financial Interest. Any In-
formation that will assist us in
finding him will be gratefully
MRS. LUCINDA HOLT.
MRS. JULIA JEROR,
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD.
Meet Every Friday Evening
At 8 Sharp.
FOREST IN ELKS' THEATER.
E. W. Moore, C. C.
D. E. Phillips, Clerk.
401 West Lead Ave,
VISITING SOVEREIGNS WEL-
. THE CHAMPION BROCCRY GO.
Mmttmucel Brot., Proprietor
Grocery and Veat Market, Stapleanl Fancy
Brnturdmy Bpoclml Spring Chick-n
2t-tW0t Tlfrrmt. Phono 3 1
Jobbing Promptly Attended h
Phones: Shop lOCo; KVsidence 652
Ship Corner Fourth St. ind Copper Are.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
We are just in receipt of a Carload of Ammunition,'and
are now prepared to fill your orders for
Shot Gun Shells
Loaded with Black or Smokeless Powder,
Drop or Chilled Shot
SEE OUR ASSORTMENT AND GET OUR PRICES
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
I Amusements jj
Hint Jolly Conmllan
Tlie MiMKHirl Itoy
Asslwteil by Prof, Old In Telomtli.v.
Most MywUTloua Act In Vaudeville
New Pictures unci Song Monday and
f Colombo Theater
4 IS NOKTH SECOND fTT. (
Phone 471. '
Up-To-Oate Moving Pictures
and Illustrated Songs. !
POOR PA'S FOLLY j
SAILOR BOYS' RETURN I
LIVELY BARRELS 4
MATINEE SUNDAY 3 P. M.
Our Prices All Bargains
Team Harness, all leather. ... $18.50
Team Harness, Concord 24.00
Team Harness, Concord heavy. 29.00
Team Harness, double buggy,
$10.00 to $24.00
Single Surrey Harness 17.00 to 20.00
Single Buggy Harness 8.50 to 20.00
Single Express Har
ness 13.00 to 28.00
Celebrated Askew Sad
dles 4.60 to 40.00
Best grade of leather In all harness
Parts of harness kept In stock.
Unless you tra le with us we both
THOS. F. KfLEHER
40S West Railroad Avenue
ir vol' wot i.i)
he real popular with your guests serve
them our delicious cakes, rolls, bread
ami pantry. So fresh, crisp, light and
brown so good to smell and Just the
things at parties, to hand around with
Ice cream, dainties, etc. Our clean
and Inviting bake-shop ts our best ad.
vertisement. Pay us a visit and look
around. Try us on your next order.
207 South First St.
Suscribe for The Evening CU'ien
and get the news.
It Is not -what you pay for advertis
ing, but what advertising PATS
YOU, that makes It valuable. Our
rates are lowest for equal service.
TYm nlane trt st Munnftl lunW.
Superior Lumber aud Hill Oo.'s plant.
F, K Strong
Funeral Director and Embalmer
"OLD RELIABLE." . ESTABLISHED 1871.
L. e, PUTNEY
THE WHOLESALE GROCER
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carries the largest and Most Exclusive Stock of 9tapl Orecriiee la
the South wast.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
mmumw trust co. 1
capital and surplus. $100,000 :
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES
Native and Chicago Lumber. Slivrwln. Williams Paint Nob Baa.
tec. Building Paper, Plaster, Lime. Ceuient, Glass, Saab. Doors, Bee-,
J. C. BALDRIDGE
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY. SALE. FEED AND
THAN" SFT1K STABLES.
Horses and Meles Baught sno e
BHS8T TOUItNOUTS IN TH CI1
Second Street between Central as
Supt. Falrvlew and
Offlct Strong Blotk 2nd ana
Copper Avtnae. Telephone.
Office 7$, Residence lOe.
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 la Just cheapT
tt will pay you to .look Into this.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Maiquetie
nfw Mexico 1
423 South First
i w m
N T. Armijo Bldg
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