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P.SC.K nvn. 4 A N N O I ' X I'KMKN T. Confidentially, this "ad" was gotten up by the olllce boy while cur regular a1vrlii"lng man was rwny spending money: ' L-eautlful 60-foot tull:i-f? los on J-outh Kdlth, Arno and Whiter stnets. Highlands only 1 1 30 to $200 each, according to 'cratlnn. $20 down, balance $5 j. vnxnth. D. K. !i !U.l.i:HS. Owner. Office 204 Cold nvvnue. EVERY LITTLE BIT ADDED TO WHAT YOU'VE GOT saved makes you a little bit more prosperous. We Guarantee to Save You Money on Your Coal as we give best quality and honest quantity. Gallup HIiHk. Gallup Kfrg W. H. HAHN CO. SULPHUR ' HOT SPRINGS All Chronic Diseases Cured. We treat all forms of diseases. Rheumatism, Dropsy, Bad Blood, Nervousness, Ulcers, Deafness. Paralysis, Stomach and Bladder Troubles, Strictures, etc. We guarantee the cure of Catarrh, We give free instructions on use Qt the waters. Baths are auto matic. Come or write. ,. JOS. L. DURAN, Sulphur Hot Springs - New Mexico COLUMBUS HOTEL Gornmr eeeond mnd Gold HOME COOKING excellent Service Particular neop.e nave been pleased with Columbus Meals for many years. Have you tried them? THIRD STREET Moat Market U Kinds of Fresh and Salt Heat Steam Bsnssgs Factory. KMUi KLEIN WORT Masonic Bullxllng. Norm Third Street I. H. COX. The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAM FITTING Latest things in Enamel BathroomJFIxtures. Phone 1020 706 West Central Ave, THE FIRST NATIONAL BA-NK OP ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO REPORT Loans and Discounts Bonds, securities, etc. . .. Banking House and fixtures. . Gov'nt Bonds.. $ 333. 937- 50 Cash and Ex 1,131. 6o. 00 Cash Resources Total "JOKfR" SHOULD . GETJIHIT U HRE Fire 1ilof KiiftRc! Hint the "runny" lnn Wlio Turn In Ialne Alarms fto Sut to Jnll and lined Henvlly. Two false fire alarms were sent Into station No. 1 last night. The first ctme at 8:20 o'clock and was turned in from Box 31 located at the corner of Fourth street and Lead avenue. The second called the firemen from their beds at 2:20 o'clock this morning and wait turned in from, box 65, which is lastened to the corner of the Santa Fe station house. The department re sponded to both alarms but fulled to find any fires. An examination of the boxes showed that they had been re cently tampered with, making It plain that the alarms had been turned in by some Joker and were not the re sult of a crossed wire. When seen this morning Fire Chief Iturtlera was much perturbed over what he called a "very dangerous Joke." "He said that the alarms were evidently turned in by a Joker, who Just wished to see the Are wagon get out to make a little excitement. He also said that the limit of punishment would be given the guilty party shou'd he be caught. The punishment Is $100 lino and ninety days in jail. tVrrlllos ljuiip. 4V-rrUIs Aiitliraeite Phone 91 Our Prices, Best Goods, LOWEST PRICES Horxc Blankets 2.00 to S 4.C0 Lap Robes 2.00 to 4.211 Auto Robes, water proof. Team Harness 12 00 to 43.0m Double Buggy Har ness 17.10 to 24.09 Single surrey harness 17.00 to 1.0 Buggy harness 8.(0 to 10. 00 Express wagon har ness lt.tO to tt.Ot Celebrated Askew Baddies 4.60 to 11.00 Our Harness and Saddles guaranteed to be as good as Is on the market Parts of Harness kept In stock. Call and see our stock before yon buy. TH0S. F. KELEHER 408 West Railroad Avenue Montezuma. Grocery and Liquor Company Copper end Third All Kinds if Groceries an J Liquors Imported and Domestic Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil. Z Liquor by the Uallon or Bottle. Family Trade Solicited, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Call Phone or send for Solicitor, PHONE 1029 UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORY A. T. fc S. F. RAILROADICO. OP CONDITION NOVEMBER $i,57l. 39-43 49.086.33 3Q.970-80 1.465. 537-5 $3.25.724-6 Total WOMAN DIES OrCAR FROM HEART DISEASE l!etlilciit of Old Albuquerque J'.xiircil lMiilc Efforts tf ranscnger to Revive ller. The body of Mrs. Hegnlno Silba le .Montoya, who died suddenly from heart failure Immediately after shi; had entered an east bound Central avenue oar yesterduy afternoon, will be shlr ped to Santa Fe on No. 8 this evening and will bo accompanied by two brothers, who arrived In the c ty this morning. Services for the dead woman were held in the chapel of the Borders' undertaking establishment at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The death occurred yesterday aftcr trrnoon shortly after 4 o'clock on the west end of the Central nvenue line. Conductor Davis had Just left the car and was turning the trolley when one of the several passengers who had en tered at thHt place, rushed out with the information that a lady in the car had fainted. An effort was mado to revive the woman, who whs carried into the Jail corridor by several dep uties from the Jail. Despite all that (culd be done nhe died before County Physician C. A. Frank arrived. Kx amination revealed that death result ed from heart failure and an Inquest was thought unnecessary. A bruise over the nose Indicated that Mrs. Mon toya had possibly struck a shurp cor- her of ono of the seats in falling. Mrs. Montoya came to this city over 'twenty yeans ago from Santa Fe and iv.ua married to B. Montoya, who op erates a hack line between this city and Old Albuuuerquo. The couple lived in this city ever since and but Sutur Uuy a decree for divorce was granted Mr. .Montoya on the grounds of de sertion. - Mrs. Montoya. according to friends, has been ailing for some time. S1ij U survived l.v two brother, who ar rived In the city this morning from Santa Fe and one sister who alfo Uvea in that city. During her twenty years residence In this city Bhe lived with 1-er husband in Old Albuqurrque but at the time of her death was residing with Mr. und Mrs. D. M. Caentana, relatives of her husband, w ho als live in Old Albuquerque, the was thlr ty-slx years old. NORDICA PLEASED LARGE AUDIENCE 3 ho Mutter Was lavish With IlerKii. cor c and Die Audience Was More Tim ii Willing. While the Klks' ieaseholding com mittee lost money trying to give Al buquerque a first class musical en tertainment by bringing Madame Lillian Nordica, the greatest of Amer ican artists here, those who went to the theatre Saturday night demon strated that there are in Albuquerque a large number of people who van thoroughly appreciate music and art. 1 he demonstrations which greeted Madame Nordica and the members of her company Saturday night were the most enthusiastic ever accorded a singer at the Elks' theatre, not ex cepting the grand reception accorded the silver-tongued Melba four years ago. The program published Saturday v. as cairied out in every detail. Mad rme. Nordica appeared in four num bers on the program and responded tr- twice as many encores. The re sponses, it may be said, were mostly little ballads in KngUsh, and pleased a greater majority than the regular numbers, which were in Italian, Ger man and French. The work of Miss Showers at the piano and the baritone solos of Mr. Hustings were excellent. Hair Dresser and Cliiropodtat. Mrs. Bambini, at ner parlors ap posite the Alvarado and next door ts Sturges' cafe, Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrown nails. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion, and Is guaranteed not to be Injurious. Sh also prepares hair tonic and carec and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out, restores life to dead hair, re moves moles, warts and superfluous hair. For any blemish of the face call and consult Mrs. Bambini. Our work Is RIGHT in every de- pal knent. Ilubba I .sundry Co. 27TH, 190Q LIABILITIK Capital $ 200,000.00 Surplus and Profit 56,088.33 Circulating notes 200,000.00 Deposits 2,669,645 73 $3, 12 5.734 06 IHanford'afc Elks'. - Theatre Tomg'Itat L The appearance .f Mr. Charles 15. Hanford in "Much Ado About No thing" at the KlkiV Theatre on Mon day. January 11 Is an event of more than ordinary interest as lie repre sents the school of nctlns which Is considered In the forefront. An actor who has remained "good" for 0 long, over the same circuit and be fore the same people, us hus Mr. Hanford. secures a standing which cannot be estimated lightly. Mr. Hanford's name Is a guarantee. He THE FESTIVF FAN t AGAIN ill KO.iK Already lMiinnlnp: for .lluiiHrciu llMNt-lHill Next Your and Ropes for a immI Team. Will Taylor, known to Albuquerque baseball fans as "Iliseuft Bill," has cast his lot in Albuquerque and will l'kely be here for some tlnie to come. Bill has accepted a position as trav eling salesman for the merchandise trokerage firm of Krickson & Sabin. tnd when not selling goods over the two territories will be In the city, J.robably playing baseball. It Is a little early to talk baseball tut every fan Is ready to discuss the possibilities of a team for Albuquer que the coming season.' The dearth of baseball suffered by this commu nity last year certainly should cause early and decided action the coming reason is the consensus of opinion. Albuquerque must have a base ball season this year and the prospects are good that it will. Will Taylor b! as good an amateur fielder as ever chased flies at Traction park. He played with Las Vegas several years. He will doubtless be in the game at Albuquerque next summer, now that be has moved here. Albeit Clancy, who tried out with l'ueblo limt sea mi!, is sticking around and will doubt less be. here for a starter at leat. Binger (.'urban, the l'ueblo shortstop, may not go back to tbe league in the spring. Itlnger Is thinking a lot of business these days. He is running n pool room and taking life easy, und says that there looks like more elvet In it than stopping grounders for "stern dollars a month and sleep ing on the train. Among the Albu querque youngsters who ought to show up pretty well tiie coming sea son are Doc. Cornish. Walter Allen, t-afford and several others. SUES 10 PREVENT UIREGJJQRS' MEETING 1 he Mogidlon (lil und (iM-r Com pany liiol"l In a Suit I 'iled 'I oilay in I i 1 ! Court. Attorneys for VV. I . Muehanan and Mary H. Iiunn, of New Y ik, appear ed in the Second di-'t! i t court t'iday and linked tnat Thus. .1. Curran and other stockholders and directors of the Mogollon Oold aii.l Copper com pany be enjoined from holding tins regular annual directors' meeting of the company set fur to. I iy in the First National bank huildili).' The plaintiff in tii ir p till in a! 1 ge ttral It is the purpose of Curran to vote a number of iiares of i-tock not legally is.-u--d. li;e tian.m holds. 2 '.:: of tile Mogollon liold and Cop per compaii; stock, and Mrs. Iuuu is in porsncs.sloii of il:" worth of it, hieb they allege they sjvi- value for, purcnaxmg the am.- f om T. J. Cur tail. in regard to lie- pun iuise the plain tiff aib-ge tint the '.-aid defendant, 1. J. Curran as such original promot er of said del. udatit company falsely and fraudeully repn nte,l t,, the plainiiffs that tin- det'i udant coinpan was tve owner of . i valuable min ing pro;,, riy at Coon- . N. M." The l-'ir-t N.itamai bank today I rought i-ait aval list .Mr. and M . Janus tirunsfi Id ueuVi.tf for Judgment on a promissory note for $2,500. The note, according to the complaint, was made in l'j'ti. . .. . m. ' lias been a welcome visitor season after season for many years and has i never failed to give a performance ; which gratified the critical senso and delighted the auditor who seeks the theatre for an evening's diversion. Ti allied as ho was in his early career by the great masters of his art, he has steadfastly clung to the highest I Ideals of his profession and ho has claimed the admiring confidence of the people as an actor, as a ntage manager and as producer, UNIVERSITY TEAM 10 PLAY ATHLETICS I'a-kollMill Will ho (lie Attraction nt Armory Nxt Friday Mglit, Mtn a Dance to Follow. A g-.ime of basketball has been ar ranged by the managers of the Vnl erslty of New Mexico and the Al buquerque Athletic club teams to take place In the armory next Friday evening. The game will be the first cf the season for the varsity boys and as their Institution has held the fham- plonship team for New Mexico for several years past, that fact will bo the means of attracting a large crowd of spectators next Friday evening. On the other hand, the work of the A A. C. ilvo has been witnessed in several games tajs season. They have put In some hard work pructlclng, made several changes in their team and the contest this week promise, to be exciting. The line-up will he as fUlows: University: Cornish and Wroth, for uarilx; Licmpke and Allen, guards; I.ee, center. Athletic): Myers and 11. dalles, for wards; Wigley ani. W. Oalles, guurds; Skinner, center. The usual dance will follow th game. Manager William McMlllen, of the A. A. C. organization, is In receipt of 4 card from. Manager Nusbaum of the Las Vegas five, stating that it would be impossible for his men to bo here before Saturday, Jun. 23, anJ that if this date is satisfactory, arrangements fjr their arrivul at that time should to made. Manager McMlllen believe that Saturday evening would bo a bad time owing to the fact that somo of the players would have to work late on that evening. Arrangements will therefore be made for a game on Fri day evening, January 22. A vote against t!ie sewer bond Is vot against Greater Albuquerque. CmZEN WANT ADS BlttNQ RBSU1TS -o- For tho best work on shirt waists patronize JIubbs Laundry Co. Western I Stock Show I DENVER, COLO. t January 18-23, 1909 : For this show the A. T. A S. V. llj Ims anthuried rute of 919.75 frcn Albuquerque to Denver and return. Tickets on Bile Jan. 16, 17, 18 a-U If; return limit, Jan. 21, KKKi; continuous passage in bntli directions. . T. E. Purdy, Agent 1 i 'A s Justin, a Large Shipment of CHINA CLOSETS In Mahogany, Gol den Oak, Weath ered and Fumed Oak $17.50 to $75 See window display. ALBERT FABER f?g TJWTIUXH, - A ecowmucot That doesn't mean that the first cost is 1 o w e I than other harness. ll does mean that it will cost you less per year than any other har ness. That is . f Look for kho hum StafJebak'r on tho tracos. It ta n d for quality, otreaatb an4 strl. because it will " last longer and because your cost for repairs will be little or nothing. . Studebaktt harness is easier on When you want R A ABE & MAUGER Albuquerque, N. M. ALL THE From the- foundation to tbe shingles on the root, we are sell tag Building Material Cheaper than joa ha to boagtK fo mnnj years. Sa-re at leant 25 per omit and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material $ Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORNER Albuquerque Luinbef Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Fllntkct Roclini First and Marqoette Albqerqoe, New Mexico 'OLD RELIABLE." 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