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ALBUQUERQUE CrlTlZEa. pacbh Tnium. BENEVOLENT SOCIETY SUPPLIED PROVISIONS Poor of the City Were Chred for Yewtwlajr by Guud People. Well la a store room on Central avenue a the south aid of the (treat and between Third and Pourth street, taere wera a number of women work tag yesterday afternoon or chail y. Tke room was p. led high with boxes aaa barrels, filled with apples and potatoes and groceries of various varieties, and there were sacks of M clothing. On one long table In tie reir of the room were rows of aaaaed goods and home-mad jel Uea. On another was a pile of fresh ry killed spring chickens. On still aaother were cakes and pies and leaves of home-made bread. This was the scene at the head quarters of the Non-Sectarian Be evoli'nt Society yesterday afti r aaoa. From here was directed th wrk of del.verlng comfort and geod cheer to forty poor fsmltles. umbering 200 people, for Thanks awvlng Day. Th ladles Identified with the work lost closely are Mrs. J. T. McLaugh 11a, president of th society; Mrs. E. T. Bdle, Mrs. Bernard Ilfeld, Mrs. F. W. Clancy, Mrs. A. B. Stroup, Mrs. Minnie Clark and Mrs. C. D. GoftV Th red-trimmed cap of the Salvation- Army was noticed among th workers. And Mr. SHU the truancy fleer, was in the thickest of th bat tle to see that th hungry were fed. "Where do w get all these satngsT" asked one of the ladles. In answer to a question from th re porter. "We buy some of them and v have lots of them given us." Th schools contributed mora boun tifully than ever before. By a con certed movement nearly all charit ably Inclined sects and organizations f the city, who usually take part In providing for the poor at Thanksgiv ing time, turned their help and their poor over to the care of the Benev olent society, so that the work oald be done more carefully and evenly. Every school bullaing In the city sent a wagon toad of goods to th headquarters this morning, and the cash donations were larger than ver before. The money donated was sed In purchasing food. But the fact that the donations are . larger than usual does not mean that the poor will be better cared for than aeual. There Is more sickness and poverty In Albuquerque this year than ver before In the history of the Non Sectarian Benevolent society, accord ing to a member. Probably one of th most touch tag examples of need and deserved assistance Is found In the Third ward where there is a family of four liv ing on what the mother and one lit tle boy can earn. The father Is an Invalid and the little girl goes to school. But they have been well pro vided for. The little glrrs school ehims have seen to that. The teach er bougtft a turkey and the children brought groceries and good things to at. Yesterday afternoon the goods wr delivered at the home by the beys of the school room. What? Why ? A Boom in Albuquerque Real Estate; Because they are actually building the Albuquerque Eastern Railway. Statehood is a sure thing at the next session of Congress. Prices of Wool and Sheep are advancing. More Men are being employed in Every Industry. And a general Wave of Prosperity is sweeping ovr the country. OVER $50,000 WORTH OF ALBUQUERQUE REAL ESTATE CHANGED HANDS LAST WEEK FOR PROOF SEE THE RECORDS NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO MAKE A STAKE. I have some dandy residence lots at from $150 to $200 per loL Only one quarter down balance $5 per month or 5 per cent off for cash. Taxes paid Also some Choice Business Lots on Central and Copper Avenues from $1500 up. YOU SHOULD MAKE WO PER CENT WITHIN A YEAR I have two teams and an automobile at your service, word at office to call. Mo trouble to show property. Leave Cnlrls and Crmip tn Clitlilivn. "My little girl Is subject to pnlds " says Mrs. Wm. H. Srlg. No 41. Fifth 8t.. Wheeling. W. Va. "Last winter she hod a severe spell and a terri ble cough but I cured her with Cham berlain's Cough Remedv without the aid of a doctor, and my little boy , gained Felipe Gurule F. H. Mitchell Percy B. Stafford D. K. B. SELLERS Owner Gold Ave. 1-2 PRICE I have for sale on consignment 50 pair of white and black check all wool double bed blankets. Former price $12 MY PRICE D. K. B. SELLERS, 204 Gold Avenue Albuquerque Genuine Indian Navajo Blankets At Reservation Prices Thee Indians own and shear their own sheep, spin the wool, make their own warp. Dye theyarn from natural mineral colors, weve the blankets and consign direct to me. The Only Exclusive Blanket Store in the City. D. K. B. SELLERS, 204 Gold Avenue Albuquerque How to Cure a Cold. Be as careful as you can you will occasionally take cold, and when you do, get a medicine of known reliabil ity one tnat has an established repu tation and that is certain to effect a quick cure. Such a me. Heine is Cham, berlaln's Cough Remedy. It has world wide reputation by has been nreventert manv time from i lls remarkable cures or this most having the croup by the timelv use i common llment. nl always be ef this syrup. As soon as he shows i depended upon. It acta on nature's any signs of croup t give him Cham- ! pan- rell(,Vt- the lungs, aids expec berlaln's Cough Remedy for three or location, opens the secretions and four days which prevents the attark." , 8,1,8 nature in restoring the system This remedy Is for sale by all drug- ; to a healthy condition. During the giats. many years In which it haa been In general use we have vet to learn of ! a single case of cold or attack of I grip having resulted In pneumonia It Is not wnat you pay for advertis ing but what advertising PA Tf TOTJ. that make tt valuable. Our vsvtea are lnt nr Minni erv1c. CITIZEN WANT ADS BRTXO RESnTS when the remedy was used, which shows conclusively that It Is a certain preventive of that dangerous disease. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy con tain' no opium or o'her narcotic and may be given as confidently to a baby an to an adult. For sale by ail druggists. THE 1908 FOOTBALL GIRL GOLDEN NOTES FROM THROATS OF NEW YORK'S SONG BIRDS DRAW FLOOD OF GOLDEN COIN r!w " -a. TV" 'J GHV'lLl.t". IvHACHr. 11 r,,t 5.: i . V--?-v e.?v.'.'. . ' V I rGUALtliU"J Jvcr 1 vJ'.j la, New York. Nov. 26. "Ia ripple the great d.vus. "Tra. la, la." respond the rtnowD ed tenors. New York Is reveling in the great est -anon of the greatest grand op era It has ever known. Floods of crystal, silver or golden la." e does not attend gran J opera; strangely enough, one Is considered "queerer" If one abandons oneself ta It. 3 HUE WAS AT Till! AJUZO.VA-NEW MEXICO GAME TODAY. Gruml optra la a chief occasion for ctiw gowns, and the Kilk directolrus or this season are adding delight ful optical sensation to the semon. The momenta are busy bi f iro the I Dallla, Thais, the Barber of Seville, notes from the most perfect voices curtains rise. wttn tne (lolling ot l jongieau ae Notre uame. tne In the world In everv tonuua of -civ- 1 luxuriant furs ino Doxva all quiver- , reari r .sners, ana usugnter or the know Its New York by heart, even at a wheel-and-a-half a crack. One opera house has abolished the Saturday afternoon popular priced operas, and it Is expected the other will do the same. The principal operas at Hammer stein's will be Tosca, Samson and HAVE. YOU A ROOM TO RENT? OR A HOUSE? Do you know that people are almost fighting for quarters right here in Albuquerque, and now? An ad like this FOR RENT larg. well furntaasd, well ventilated front room, mod era and sanitary OO Blake St. placed in The Albuquerque Citizen will secure you a tenant at the small cost of . 3 times for 35c, or 6 times for 50c. WITH AMPLE MtANS AND UNSURHAiStD FACILITIES TIIK BANK or COMMERCE OF LHUQUICKQUK. N- M. Extends to Depositors Kvery Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. S150.000 w omccRS amo oimccrona SOLOMON LUNA, President S. STklCKLER. Vice President and CashJar W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridgt, A. M. Hlackwt 1, O. E. Cromwell. Illzatlon, sre at the command of ing with no.lding plumes and sMSJting him who will pay the price. Whe n i lesmea are rt vtaitu itm.niue oeau music clashes, as It has In the ri valry between Oscar Hammersteln at the Metropolitan and Clullo Gattl Caggazza at the Manhattan, there are no Jarring notes but only more common walks of life that tkls tlnsn , clal sui!ort from the middle clasi keeps grand opera afloat. The liowcry. too, heara grand op era and not in the ph'-iingraphs, en Keglment. At the Metropolitan an Innovation of which much Is expect ed will be an English production by . called , ty, rare gem and gorgeous apparel. Five dollars a seat is the price paid l'rnt- Converse of Harvard, by the teneral oubllo. and there are tn "Plp of Desire." su many grand opira lovtr-i In the and sweeter, clearer ones. In every level In New York life there are those who find delight In the torrtnts of music. They will contribute about $2 000.000 to It this yar. It will cost each social as pirant about 112.000 to hold his boxes for the season at the two theaters, at the rate of 176 a night. In high so ciety one Is considered "queer" it Oscar Ilammerstein numbers among his song biros this year. Melba Tet razzlnl, Mary Garden, Maria Lab a, Zanatello and Renaud; while Galtl Casazza has Emmy Uest nn. Caruso. Fremstad, Gadski, Geraldlno, Farrar, tlrely either. The Bowery resIJent oemoricn ana t.umes. 1? rare w ho does nut. at least once These are but a few of the great during the season, "suve up" until 1 singers. In addition . there will be he gets as much as Jl.SO fir a gal-I mammoth orchestras and great chor lery seat. 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