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mm ay. nFTKMnmi 11. io. ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. I PRETTY Xr.lAS PRESENTS I Handsome Hand Painted China Pieces, Fancy Dinner Sets, Vases, Cups and Saucers Beautiful Parlor Lamps, etc. j UN WANDERERS WILL ASSIST CITY Tlicy Were t.lvcn Ten Day Ktiitonore tn lllor turt and Will Work , on llio IhmK AT COST For 10 or 15 cents you can buy what will elsewhere cost you 40 or 50 ceins. We desire to close out our crockery line by Jan. 1st to make room for new hardwa-e stock. Wagner Hardware Co. Corner Fourth St. and Central Ave. At no time since 182 haa the city of Albuquerque bpen so overrun with the Weary Willi class of traveling public as now, ana never 'before have the men picked up the police pleaded guilty eo readily to-ne charge A "vag." lnwl night the police took Into cus tody ten men who were without money and had no place to sleep. In police court but one of these men made protest againvt pleading guilty to the charge of vagrancy. None of them showed disappointment when given a sentence of ten days on the street gang. They were assured of place to sleep and sumethlng to eat us long as the job lasts, (lome of them were dressed warmly and the cloth ing had the appearance of the own ers having seen better dus. Elmer James. IS years old, from nowhere and going nowhere, was A GREAT BIG TIME , : AT.THE 1LKS' RACES MoiH-y Wm So Vmnin That It Was ImmhI Umy for Patting Fines, and KvwytxHly llatl at Lovely lAciitng. Before nearly four hundred spec tators, consisting of members of the local order of Llka and their friends, one of the most successful racing events of the season was pulled oft under the guise of the "Elks' Knees," managed by W. C Alvord. who ar rived In the city a few days ago ex pressly for the occasion. As early as 8 o'clock lut evening the large ball room, which was the scene of the exciting events, was till ed with a howling mob, each man with a roll of bills in his hand shout ing oddg on the various horses en tered in the first event. Race after race was run and over $30,0(10 changed hands during the evening, stave money was used and as soon as any one was found to pohhcs more than was neeessHiy, he was ar rested by Nye Martin and Prank Fil- sliKhtly Intoxicated when tuken Into! more, who took their victim before custody. He refused to say where ho Judge Craig, Judge and starter. The got the liquor and was sentenced to judge would tine the unlucky victim ten days on the chain gang. T. P. according to the sio of his roll. In Mullins, a bridge carpenter from Re-fact, many unrulies were found to be len, looking for work, slightly lntox-J In the room by the two efficient offl- Icated and without money, was given ten days. Frank Ollbert, the tltird man on the bench, was the only one to make protest agalnxt the charge of vagrancy. ""You're charged with vagrancy, guilty or not guilty?" asked Judge Craig of Gilbert. "Well, your honor, 1 didn't have the price of a bed last night. If that's vagrancy, I'm guilty." The other wanderers who slept In line city Jail lnt night and were given warm brcukfuMts this morning and a sentence of ten days each were Prank Isell, John Murphy. Harry Lcrmuslum, John Rudolph Klmmy and Shoats. IMALQYSj Dr. Johnson's Educator Crackers Everybody JJkes "phem i GROSS KELLY & COMPANY INCORORA TKO I WHOLESALE , I GROCERS I ' ' I Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers I Albuquerque and Las Vegas Konfald. Will lam COLOMBO THEATER GETS NEW SERVICE Mr Mini From Ismls Will Shown Tonight and More Will lllmv. He The tlrst picture of the Crawford film exchange to be seen In Albuquer que will be put In the moving picture machine at the Colombo theater to night. With the beginning of the new service the Colombo w ill give a change of program every night. The films will come one a day, from St. Louis, and will be used as they come. This plan, Mr. Moore, the manager, be lieves will appeal to the better Judg ment of the people. The films will come direct from St. Louis and will be seen here two days afterithey are released by the company. The new lilms put on tonight will be "Miss Sherlock Holmes" and "The Did Maid's Temperance Club." The first picture is a scream. The kind to cers and each was . given his due punishment by being u.-nwsed sm of his stage money. Kdward Medler was arrested and taken before Judge Craig charged with appearing at the races without his cane. His fine was Ili.Oiio. Thus. Keleher was also taken in chu:ge for running a faro game w ithin the city limit, and with a fine of. several thousand dollars was warned against repeating his coarse work right In the heart of the city. Frank McKee was brought before the Judge, charg ed with eating before the banquet hall was open, while Rev. FleUher C.x.k was fined II lino for simply ap pearing on the track. Above the din of voices and the clatter of the hoofs of the fiery steeds an they proceeded over the race course assigned thetn. could be heard the shouts of Earnest Landofl, who acted in the capacity of bookmaker. So crooked were his tips that after the lirst race was over, Mr. Landol:i was n-arly smothered with mony and for a short time It was thought that the bookmaker had passed away. He rallied but was finally ar rested for accumulating money un der false pretenses. Following the racing events every body gathered in the large banquet hall where an elaborate feast was set. VANDERB1LT RACE ... SHOWN AI THE RM Tonight the lrograiii Will lie Re pcuttl ami a One Mile Race Will Add Interest. Last night being couples night at the rink, the hull kur erowil.-il unil make one forget troubles and debt, every one present seemed to be hav- muj. wie worry or selecting cnnsimas ln( a Kod tlme, the splendid Sclcc Sweet Arizona Oranges All Sues and Prices. y They are Fine Try Them. presents. for SALE. BARGAIN.. Twenty acre tract, fences, six miles north of city on main ditch; never falling water; six acres cultivated; 14 acres meadow. Price $750. By Rio Grande Valley Land Co., office Third and Gold. J. Borradalle, agent. Watches Diamonds Jewelry - iBvesware I Sales Daily 2:30 and 7:30 R M. Ladies Especially Invited T.a, P..; r.iro PPFF Pr Pick out any Article You Want. We We Will Put It up and You Can Buy It at Your Own Price. Mil Qoods Guaranteed as Represented ROSENFIELD "THE M N lTCU CAN TRUST" 118 West Central Ave. Albuquerque, New Mexico tions by the Duke. City band being especially pleasing to those skating. The bill of moving pictun was ex exccptionally good. In the list was the great sensational feature film "The Vanderbllt Cup Race," a pic ture of the auto race run over the long Island course on . Saturday, October 24, and which brought to gether 20,000 piwple. - One can scarcely ruullxe the enr in this race at times attained a speed of two miles a minute, when the record-run of a railway train is only 110 milc an hour. This picture together with the rest of the bill of last nignt can be seen at the rink tonight and tomorrow night. Beginning Sunday night, the rink will begin a new film service from one of the largest film ex changes In the United States and wi.l show only new selected pictures. Tonight's program will Include a very interesting one mile race, I tarte vs Wickam. 6. K, WARREN POSf ADOPTS RES01U1IGN Mini Is rs of ;. A. It. Dulli of Ownrade ' W ho Died at n. Mourn the , W. Allison lilKilte. At a recent meeting of the (',. K. Warren I'iml, lirand Army of the Republic. In this city, the following resolutions were adopted: W herein. IJ. K. Warren Rost No. 5, (iratol Army of the Itepuldic, ha recently been informed of the death of Comrade C. W. Klllson, an honor ed member, on the 13th day of Oc tolr, at Fort W'ingate, N. M . Therefore, be It resolved, that while we most sincerely mourn the depar ture of our gallant comrade who has Joined out beloved heroi-s in t.ie Spir itual Kingdom, we feel that he has richly won his promotion and is fully entitled to the great honors we are confident he is now receiving. Resolved, that we extend t,, his wife and other dear relatives our dcepiM hjmpathy, and commend them to the great commander fr supp rt and eoiisolation, with the assurance that their dear friend and our es teem d comrade Is receiving tin-just rewards for his exalted patriot's!!! ajid gallant deeds In defense of our beloved countiy and fliig. R. solved, that a copy of th. Million I,,, transmitted to the of our deceased comrade, and illy papers for pulilleation. K. S. STOVKR, II. R. STEWARD. J. i. CALDWELL. Committee. I'li.iriimoisly adopted. J. . CALDWKLL Adjutant. se n s- wid v to the Before buying call and see our list Of residences. Prices $850 to tu.OOU. Vacant lots for sale. John lioiri daile, corner Third and Gold. Apples Bananas Grapes Nuts. Dates Figs Raisins Don't Pay High ' Prices for Inferior Teas and Coffees Ask for Chase & Sanborn's and GET THE BEST No premium China or Tinware but your Money's worth of Teas and Cofleea Best Cakes In Town : I ! Cream Puffs Cookies Patty Shells Pies I Everything in the I Bakery Line : 2C I M ALOYS 11 The Best Christmas Gift Is a selection from our wonderful showing of FurnHure. Such a gift combines style, quality and highest utility and one that will give a life time of service and satisfaction. WE AUK KIIOWING Morris Chalro, Rockers, Parlor Pieces Music Cabinets, Ladies' Desks, Ta bourettes. Magazine Racks. Book cases, Cellerettes, Sewing and Card Tables, dewing Machines, Curio Cabinets. Pictures, Doll Carta, and all kinds of furniture for children. Come and see our display. Our prices are the lowest. Furniture. Draperies, Carpets ALBERT FABER I?g PHONE 72 The Best $5.00 Coal Is at W. H Hahn's Coal Yard FREE BUPNING CLEAN fcCONOMICAL Callup Anuria n Lump CtrrUlet Blttk Btst Aatbratlf All Bizes for Ktoves and Pumicea Mill Wood S2.60 Lea a Nmtiw Kladllog sua Hmir Chunk W. H. H AHN CO. Phone 91 'OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1873 Lr, g, PUTNEY I THE WHOLESALE GROCER I FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS I aerie the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries id the Southwest FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS i RAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Builders' and Finishers' Supplies ; i : 1 t' . , j Native and Chicago Lnmbrr, Sberwtn-WUllania Paint None Bet ter. Hull dlna; Paper, I'laster, lAmn, dement. Gums, Saab, Door, Bio, tOUS bC . - ! J. C BALDRIDGE 423 SOUTH FIRST BENNETT'S CURIO STORE 115 West Central Ave. Formerly 109 N. First St. Always haa been the cheapest place to buy Indian and Mexican gooda. We have a very large stock on hand suitable for the holidays, with price lower than ever before. Times have been hard with all of us this year, but prospect are food for the future. You have friends you want to remember, but want to make your money go as far as possible, and we will assist you all we can. We have selected an assortment of goods that no one would hesitate tn sending to their best friends; they can be sent without fear of criticism or danger ef damage or breakage In transit, and best of all, we have CUT THB PRICES JUST AROUT IN IIALF, as quoted below: Navajo Blankets, regular price, $18 and $20, cut to $10 and tl Navajo Cushion Tops, regular price, $1.25, cut to ,.78 Navajo Looms, regular price 76, cut to. 6 Genuine Mexican Handmade Zarapas, size 42x90; make handsome por- tieres or couch covers, regular price $15, cut to 1M Genuine Mexican Zarapas, size 42x90, the prettiest you ever saw. regu lar price, $22, cut to $12.M Genuine Mexican Drawn Work Table Covers, 8 feet square, guaran teed hand made and all linen, regular price $30, cut to $1S genuine Mexican Drawn Work Lunch Cloths, S3 Inches square, guaran teed all linen, regular price $3.75, cat to $2M Genuine Mexican Drawn Work Shirt Waist Patterns, complete, regular price, $6, cut to ,$3.M Genuine Mexican Drawn Work Handkerchiefs, regular price, 60c, cut to..25 Genuine Mexican Drawn Work Collars, regular price 25c, cut to lBe Indian Bracelets. Mexican Filigree Jewelry In gold and silver; native gems, such as Garnets, Topaz, Turquoise, Leather Goods, Japanese Goods, and everything In the novelty line, all to be sold at hard time prices. Store open every evening until 10 p. m, THE BENNETT CURIO CO. 115 West Central Ave. .. ALL THE WAY UP From the foundation to tlie shingles on th root, wc are eeil lug Building Matt-rial (lieaix-r than you have bought for many years. Save at lea icr cent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. I'lJONE S. COOXEIl THIRD AND MARQUETTE. . EASY MONEY If you have any furniture, horses, buggies or anything else to sell, list them with J. F. Palmer, the auction eer. Office and sales rooms, 3K South Second street. The rapid Increase tn our business M duo to good vtorlr anil fair treat ment of our patrons finbln Ljmio r. o We clean russ anil draperies by vacuum system City Hitters ,v:u Cleaners. Phone iit.