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f AC1C BTT. AiMvTTQTTKnQTTT! SOCIETY The rcjrufar weekly so!nn of the Albuquerque Woman' club u not kelri yesterday afternoon owing to the Itrtgallon congress, and the meeting f next rfk has atoo been postponed. Mrs. f. IL narlow, accompanied by ,tw chllJren left the latter part of 4to week for Feint Richmond, to Join Mr. Harlow, who was recently trans ferred to that place, from Albuqucr- Judge Ira A. Abbott. of North Twelfth street, . la boat at a aoaall .house party this week, during the Irrigation congress. Ills guests are: Chief Justice Mills.' of La Vegas: ,Jdge and Mra. John R. MeFle and , daughter, of Santa Fe; Judge and (Mra. Pope, of Roswell. and Miss Hull, a lister of Mra, Pop rWvnquf-4 7ol. Wlllard S. ITopolI, chairman of the "board of control of .the Irrigation congress and Col. H. K. Twltcholl, secretary of the board, .were hosts last evening at a delight fully formal banquet at the Alvarado Hotel, complimentary to the foreign delegates, menrpers of the board of i control and a number of othT distln " gutshed vbdtcrs Atwut sixty sweat were present and a number of eape clally wty toasts given. The banquet was perfect In erery. appointment and ne of the awveral pleasant social functions at which the foreign dele gates have been entertained. Montezuma Rail The undivided In ter eat of Albuquerque society mem bers is centered on the principal so- .' dal feature of Irrigation congress and exposition weftr., the Montezuma ball, watch will be held next Friday even ing, October , In the Alvarado hotel. It was announced this morning by . the committee in charge of the ball that Hon. George Curry, governor of New Mexico, and Mrs. Wlllard 3. Hopewell, wife of the chairman of the board, of -control of the congress, have accepted the Invitation to lead the grand march. The comm'ttee haa assured those attending that the affair-will fca--the- daintiest and mot borate of. snr cvr- given. Tickets, the sale of which has fx en limited to 125. are on sale at O. A. Matson's, J. H, O'ni-Uy, company, Alvarado nvi stand and the Commercial clntx. prediction for the access of the concert given Thurs day evening In the Elks' opera how.', under the direction of the Albuquer que Woman'i club, was fully realised; The feature nt the concert was the Brat appearance of Bruno Tieekmann, the noted violinist. . Mr. Dierkraann was ass'.sted by Mrs.. Mabel Stevens Hhxtoe, pianist,' and Mrs. Charles A. t v "v- o rl iTJLLL lyL Frank and Mlsa Lillian KHwood, solo IsU. Several selections were given by Mr. Dieckmann and were warmly re ceived. He possesses splendid techni que and expression, and his success in opera In which he Intends to ap pear In the east. I assured. The In strumental number by Mrs. Hlmot was excellent, and the solo work by Mrs. Frank and Miss Elwood up to Its usual marked standard of perfec tion. ..sii-y.tiri Reception From t:I0 until 11 o'clock Thursday evening the spaci ous parlors of the Albuquerque Com mercial club were thronged with guests and during the evening several kimui quests nMe4 tiv the receiv ing line. The reception by Governor Curry and the club memDtn to me delegates and visitors to the Irriga tion congress, was a big success. Those receiving with Governoi Curry were the members of the staff members of the club executive com mittee, officers of the Irrigation con gress and exposition and a number of other prominent New Mexico peo ple. Music was furnished by the Mexican band and the Twenty-first infinin hirnl. who save a concert on the rear veranda. A number of the guests were In full dress and tne affair was one of the prettiest social functions yet given In connection with the congress. Commercial Club One of the large dances planned for next week Is the regular semi-monthly hop of the Al buquerque Commercial club. The last party at which the club was boat was given three weeks ago, and every effort since then has been concentrat ed on the hop for Wednesday eve ning. Regular features of the club will characterize the dance on a much lirger scale. Special music will bt furnished by Mrs. Cavanaugh's or chestra, and a military band. The decorations will be elaborate. Bunt ing and flags of the Irrigation con gross colors wWl feature strongly l.i the wall decorations, and a number of other Interesting features ar planned, not yet given out. Punch and an elaborate lunch will be served. The committee acting on arrange ments and entertainment Is: Mr. Leon H.-rtzog, chairman; Mr. N. G. MoCro dea. Mr. J. A. Hubbs. Dr. Smart an. Mr. E. I Washburn. Reception -Perfect In every ap pointment and successful regarding thn minutest detail, characterized the formal reception yesterday afternoon at which the radlea of the Albuquer que Woman's club were hostesses. The reception was under- the supervision of the ladies' entertainment commit A ill . iPUDert rafter 308-310 Central Avenue NEW MEXICO'S Largest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture and Carpet Establishment Every department is iilled with the best production of the leading factories and mill3. We would bej pleased to have you call and see rour extensive line 01 FURNITURE Carpets, Draperies and Household Linens Our ARE THE LOWEST IN THE CITY tee, and was gtven complimentary to the vWtlng Indies and wives of thai delegates. Invitations were also ex tended to the foreign delegates, the army ofdeera, Governor George Curry and a number of other distinguished gvntli'raen. Over three hundred guest passed by the receiving line during the hours from 3 until ( o'clock. It was the In'entlon of the commit tee to reach all of the visiting ladies and lady delegates, but owing to the vast number the task was somewhat difficult, and there wits a few who were unavoidably slighted. The cos tumes were very elaborate nnd the reception one of tho very pr(ttie-t of congress week. A short musical program was given and a delightful Httlo luncheon served. The members of the ladles' entertainment commit tee are. Mrs. Clark M. Carr, chair man; Mrs. W. B. Hopewell, Mrs. George I Brooks, Mrs. Alfrnd Orun feld. Mrs. Felix Lester. Mrs. M. V. Stern. Mrs. Robert Smart. Mrs. Solo mon Luna, Mrs. Nelll B. Field. Mrs. J. F. Pearce, Mrs. Ivan Orunsfcld, Mrs, Amado Chaves, Mrs. O. N. Mar ron, Mrs. D. A. Maepherson, Mrs. B. Spitz. Mrs. J. H. Wroth. Mrs. Lou's Ilfeld. Mrs. Samuel Neustadt, Mrs. Wlllard Strickler and Mr. R. W. U Bryan. Mrs. Nathan Jaffa of Santa Fe, wife of Territorial Secretary Jaffa, was also In the receiving line. Cltar.ty Rail Nearly two hundred guests were present last Tuesday eve ning at the annual charity ball given by the ladles of the Non-Sectarian Benevolent society. The ball was perfect in every appointment and the whole evening cleverly carried out In respect to the pleasure of the guests. Music was furnished by an orchestra and the Twenty-first Infantry band. Punch was served throughout the evening. Among the guests were: Mlsa Min nie Holtsman, Mlsa, Lisa Dieckmann, Miss Gladys McLaughlin, Miss Jose phine Campfield, Mlaa Beulah Stern of Denver, Miss Jean , Hubba, Miss Viola Blueher, Miss Patten, Miss May Hazeldlne, Miss Mayme Reed, Miss Margaret Keleher, Miss Mildred Fox, Miss Trenn Ralnt. Miss Eileen McMll len. Miss Walker, Miss Relna Gruns Tnld. Mlsa Sue Dobaon, Miss Lesale Keith. Mr. and Mrs. Roy McDonald, Mr. and Mrs. Charles White. Dr. O. fl. MoLandress, Mrs. Harry Sims, ex Governor H. J. ITagerman, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Grunsfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lee, Mrs. Fox, Mrs. Alfred Grunsfetd, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mc LaugMln. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Collier, Mr. and Mrs, B. Spits, Mr. and Mra B. Ilfeld, Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ray. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Lester. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McKee, Mr. and Mrs. R. Smart, Mr. -and Mrs. Maynard Cun sul. Dr. and Mrs. D. H. Cams, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hubbs, Mr. and Mrs. M. Mandell, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. John son. Mr. and Mrs. E. Edgar, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Summers, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Luna, Mr. Leon Hertzog. Mr. Tom Danahy, Mr. Ernest Landolfl. P 1 Prices ' w - - 9 -w -r-t . i ........ . ..tit v ray Mr. N. O. McCroden, Mr. Benson Newell, Mr. Field, Mr. Hodson, Mr. James Robblns, Mr. Edward Roberts, Mr. Bird. Capt. Cha. Kims, Capt. J. n. Webster of Uosweil, Capt. Parker Mr. Louis Gumhlner. Mr. Kirk Bryan. Mr. Dntbson Mr. Itert Skinner, Mr. Harry Welller, Mr. Jaffa, Dr. B. J. Alger. Mr. Sum l'kkarl, Mr. Gillette Cornish, Mr. Charles Lembke, Lieu tenant Ludwlg Ilfeld, Mr. Sidney Barth. Mr. and Mrs. J. Fink of Helena, Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Ormshy McIIarg of Washington. D. C. Col. and Mrs. M. L. stern. Mr. and Mrs. Louts Ilfeld, Mr. Julius Staab. ABOUT LUMPSTh- WOMAN'S BREAST "Lumps In the llrcat Sure Dontli." Dr. S. R. Chamley, the acknowledg ed authority in America on cancer, says In his bonk on cancers and tu mors cured without knife or pain, that any lump in woman's breast is cancer. The book teaches that any tumor, lump or sore on the lip, face or anywhere six months Is cancer. The doctor offers (1 000 If he falls to cure any cancer he treats before It poisons deep glands, and charges nothing until cured. Strictly reliable; no X-Itay or other swindle. The book Is full of ministers, doctors and mil lionaires 'testimonials, many of them right here. The leading newspapers and medical Journals the world over have given lii.n great praise; no man Is doing a grander work for human ity. He ha been curing cancers over a third of x century. Investigate his absolute guarantee. The book Is sent free to those who deserlbe their can cer, 50 cents to others. The reader may save a life by sen ling this to some one with cancer. Address Dr. and Mrs. Dr. Chamley A. Co., 747 S. Main St., Los Angeles, Cal. Why Colds are Dan ire rem a. Because you have contracted ordi nary colds and recovered from them without treatment of any kind, do not for a moment Imagine that colds are not dangerous. Everyone know that pneumonia and chronlo catarrh have their origin In a common cold. Consumption Is not caused by a cold but the cold prepares the system for the reception and development of the germs that would not otherwise hare found lodgment. It Is the same with all Infectious diseases. Diphtheria scarlet fever, measles and whooping cough are much more likely to be contracted when tb child has a cold. Ton will see from this that more real danger lurks in a cold than in any other of the common ailments. The easiest and quickest way to cure a cold is to take Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tne many remarkable cures effected by this preparation have made It a sUple article of trade over a large part of the world. For sale toy all druggists. ''ll ti fll Ml '4i wi'i i ffllll urn mm j".iVfct i iv i ii a ii Jill t THIS L.VRQE3T AND MOiT The Busiest J. H. O'Rielly Drug Co. Fresh Drugs It's a great satisfaction to be sure that things you buy at the drug store are fresh and not left overs from last season. A big business keeps our stock constantly fresh ened up. Candy Of Quality Quality in candy is a matter that we are rather fussy about. Right to begin with we demand every manufacturer from whom we purchase candy to furnish us with a certificate of purity, as all goods sold from our counters, must comply with the National Pure Food and Drug Laws. This matter of purity in candy is a question of pride with us and it is safe to say that more delectable sweets cannot be fouud in any candy store. ALL OUR CANDIES are Pure, Fresh, Sweet and Delicious. They are the come again kind. Our trade for September, 1908, shows a net increase over September, 1907, of 31 per cent. It pays to do business on the square. ! ABOUT TOW Cliborne Adams, of the Roaenbaum Grain company. U among the El Paso delegation. United States Attorney D. J. Leahy returned to the city laat night from a short visit to Santa Fe. Slaters of the St. Joseph's hospital will have a tag day next Tuesday for the benefit of the sanitarium. Mrs. L. H. Parvls, mother of Dr. Purvis, of Socorro, was among the arrivals from the Gem City tbis morning. Mark Thompson, one of the lead ing lawyers of Las Crueea, is among the interested speetaturs at the con gress. Mrs. R. A. Avery, of Socorro, Is In the city visiting and shopping. Mr. j and Mrs. Avery conduct the leading J noiei or socorro, me vv innier nue. Mr. and Mrs. Homer H II of So corro, are among the prominent Gem City people In the city shopping and taking In the congress. Mr. JUU Is the leading butcher of Socorro. Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Raynolds and daughter, MUs S. Mae Riynolds, the Hlnger, left this morning for La a Vegas, after having spent several days here with relatives. On Monday they leavi the Meadow CHy on a pleasure trip to Europe. John L. Zimmerman, civil engineer from Las Vegas U In the city at tending the grand lodge of Knights of Pythias as well as the congress. In cidentally Mr. Zimmerman Is boosting the dry farming proposition in and around Las Vegas. L. W. Trumbull, representing the Orchard and Farm Magazine of San Francisco, Cal., Is a guest In the city enjoying the festivities of the con gress and exposition as well as Inci dentally looking after the Interests of his magazine In this section of the country. Gregory Page, proprietor of th" Pago house of Gallup Is In the city attending the congress and hobnob bing with Republican party leaders. Mr. Page U one of the stalwart mem bers of the party In McKlnley county. Gallup Is represented at the congress by about twenty-five people. Among the prominent men with the El Pao delegation Is Col. Al fred L. Sharp, collector of post at the Pass City. Col. Sharp snys that Albuquerque Impresses h'm as being a real live city, worthy nf the enn slderatlnn of Investors and seekers of a good place to live. D. II. Anderson, president of the Irrigation Age company, published at El Paso, said this afternoon that In h's opinion the Sixteenth Na tional Irrigation congre-s would prove of more benefit to New Mexico and tho adjacent seml-arld country than any other thing that could have been losslbly done. And It will bo a last ing good. Mr. Anderson Is one of the most thoroughly well posted Ir COMPLKTB STOCK OP DRUGS IN Drug Store Between Denver and It. E. FOX. Becre tary and Manager. Wholesale and Retail DRUGGISTS We Fill Physician's Prescriptions with the purest, freshest, strongest and most reliable drugs we can pro cure and charge very reasonable prices. Every part of our work and every ingredient we turnish can be abso lutely relied upon. rigation enthusiasts In the southwest, and la publishing a periodical worthy of the support of the dependants upon the farming Industry of this part of the continent. Mr. Anderson expects to return to El Paao tonight The next issue of the .Age will contain a detailed account of the congress. The following were registered at the congress headquarters thls morn- lng and are now attending the meet ing In this city: Meaara. W. U Wiil wor, Loa Lunaa; D. A. Aulier, Las Vegas; F. A. Hamsbaugh, Springer; L. O. lltVld. Las Vtga.s; G. W. Cass, Dourla.s, Ariz., and John McChory, Beilno, N. M. The Albright Art parlors, which were destroyed by fire three years ago, have been reopened. It will be remembered that this well known gallery was destroyed in the fire In which there was a mysterious explo sion. The building was at No. 113 North Third street. Tho new loca tion is at 121 North Third street, up stairs. S. W. Campbell, of the Fleming Campbell Cantaloupe league of Belen, Is In the city looking after an ex hibit of melons the company has at the exposition. Mr. Campbell was unfortunate in not getting his ex hibit in the exposition in time to have It included among the prize ex hibits. However, the Belen melons are among the finest exhibited. - Special services will bo held at Temple Albert Sunday evening, -is well as during Monday next. The oc casion is that of Tom Kippur, tho day of atonement,' and thn special choir, consisting of Miss Lili an El wood, Mrs. Roy McDonald and Messrs D. D. McDonald and Harry Bullard, will render the special mu.lc. In ad dition to the above Miss Ellwoo.l will render a nolo which will be accom panied by a violin ubliguto. 'v most beautiful box of an elegant variety of winter apples was received by the Citizen office this afternoon, the donors being the Spokane cham ber of commerce of Spokane. Wash. Judging from the specimens received, that section of the country is slightly beyond the times on the raising of JaccarC " America's Great Diamond Houts " Established in 1829 imrnat you to purchase any el west six DIAMOND RINGS U $25.00 $85.00 DUnsaods on approval1 to you tKrough your hom bank or nprrsi office. 1 ou can mtim yuur seieciaoo rxi rciuu the oUut Diamonds Note iru-a six brauliful Disumnd Rings. TV? rr great values, atkd to own on will give you coounuaJ plraxjrv. W ear ing i iauMJvdi showa thai you and your tan.ily sue prosrrrou. W import from the cutters at Amsterdam, Diamur.il ui finrst quai.ty and moat per'ci fonn. 1 Key are set by skilled workmen u) our factory. V r aril them direct to you at It wst umjorters' price, snvinsj you ttt values oluioatir in Aram. a. Our Miliaun-Dollar ColWuoa of Diamonds otiers you the largr! range of prion and great rat variety ui uWgita to acumga, aauinng alavnlute satisfaction to you. Writ tor our mnonifUrnt Cutalog of IHamuruli, showing ih worUi $ vujt beautiful erratum tit JeuwU Hill i fNttttVd rf. j4imiiJ. to you. (1 $100.00 1 -xxr MERMOO, JACCARD D Los Angeles i thl particular fruit. Considering the distance the crate of fruit haa travel ed, the specimens received are In ex cellent condition and a vote of thanks Is hereby extended to the liberal donors. W. H. Clarke, one of the prominent members of the Arixona delegation, said this afternoon that Phoenix would be a strong bidder for the Nine teenth National Irrigation congress. The Arizona delegation is one of the most active bodies attending the con gress. "Arizona, 1911, Statehood," which is the lettering of the badge they wear, is evident and conspicuous at every turn In the city. The Roosevelt dam and several other Important projects in southern Ari zona will be completed in 1911 anl this U one of the strong arguments the delegates put forth in favor of Phoenix as the place of holding the Nineteenth National Irrigation con gress. $100 Reward $100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there la at least on dreaded dlsase that science baa been able to cure In all its stages, and that la Catarrh. Hall s Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional disease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Hails Catarrft Cure Is taKen Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In do ing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls to cure. Bend for list of testimonials. Address: K. J. CHUNEY CO.. Toledo, O. Sold by all Druggists, 7tc. 'lake Hall's Family fills for consti pation. The reason we do ec mucn ROCGU DRY work la because we do It right and at the price you cannot afford to rcve It done at hone. IMPERIAL liAUJTDKT. For Cliapted Skin. ; Chapped skin whether on the hanils or face may be cured In one night by applying Chamberlain's Salve. It Is also unequsled for sore nipples, burns and scalds. For sale by all druggists. guaranteeing perfect satis faction or your nu.nrjr ie fundtd. If you A'ajie, we v.U send th-se or ot'irt & KING, St, Louis, Mo. NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA fl $125.00 y $50.00 1 J J 7 4 ) J ' 1 r 7"