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Fill DA V. JANUARY 15, 1W9.
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. ""HIS paoh tnn. 'I VOTE FOR THE SEWER BONDS II ju won't own any prop erty in Albuquerque, but If you in, te for them yourself and get your neighbor to do the same, as it will increase the Bale value f all property 25 per cent. Still batter, buy right now some of those CO foot bullditiR lots In the Bantam Addition. f am selling t from 1 1 50 to 2no; $20 down balance $5 a month, and you will make the 25 per cent. Call at office for plats. D. K. It SELLERS. Owner. Ofllce 204 Gold avenue. 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 Illfxk. Gallup Kgg W. H. HAHN CO. SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS wAll Ctironlc 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 ef the waters. Baths are auto matic. Come or write. JOS. L. DURAN, Sulphur Hot Springs New Mexico COLUMBUS HOTEL - Corner Btoond mnd Gold HOME COOKING excellent Service Particular peop.e have" been pleased with Columbus Meals for many years. Have you tried them? THIRD STREET Meat Market tli Kfavls oi rreah and Salt Meat Hlf ii Oa !,) Faetorr, EMJXi KLKJLNWORT fttaaonlc BoMdlnj. North Third SC?ee . H. COX. The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Latest things in Enamel BathroomJFixtures. Phone 1020 706 West Central Ave. THE FIRST NATIONAL BA.NK REPORT Or HKtOURCEe Loans and Discounts Bonds, securities, etc. . .. Banking House and fixtures. . Gov'nt Bonds.. $ 333-937-50 Cash and Ex 1,131, 600. 00 Cash Resources Total NfW MINING COMPANY I HAS OFFICES HERt I AlhnqiioTqiie Men Orgnnlae to Derrlop (iuiina In Kamlln Mountains for Lead, Copper and Zinc. Albuquerque will be designated the hcadquartera of the La Lu Mining, Smelting and Development company, which is to be Incorporated under the laws of New Mexico within the next few days. The CJmpany will be au thorized to have a capital stock of $1, 000,000. Tho incorporators are Dr. Osuna, Jaeobo Trlsarrl, Bernard Rup pe and Dr. T. H. Dabney. Tho prop erty of the company Includes a num ber of very promising leud-copper-zlnc claims In the Sandia mountains east of this city. llrave l ire ljuldle. often receive severe hums, nnttinir out fires, then use Bui klen'o Arnica Jaive and forget them. It ion drives out pain. For burns, scalds, wounds, cuts and bruMes its earth's greatest healer. Quickly cures skin eruptions. old son, bolls, ulcers, felons; best pile cure made. Relief is instant. JSe at all dealers. Before buying call and see our list of residences. Prices $850 to $5, 00. Vacant lots for sale. John Borra dalle, corner Third and Gold. 3errillon iAimp. Ocrrillofi Antliraaito Phone 91 Our .Prices, Best Goods, LOWEST PRICES Hon Blankets $ 9.00 to t 4.M Lap Robee 2.00 to 4.35 Auto Ilobos, water proof. Team Harness 12.00 to 41.01 Double Buggy Har ness 17.10 to 24.01 Single surrey harness 17.00 to 19.01 Buggy harness 8.10 to 10.01 Express wagon har ness 11.10 to 21.00 Celebrated Askew Baddies 4.00 to It. 00 Our Harness and Saddles guaranteed to be as good as Is on tho market. Parts of Harness kept in stock. Call and sea our stock before you buy. TH0S. F. KELEHER 408 West Railroad Avenue Montezuma Grocery and Liquor Company Copper and Third All Kinds if Groceries and Liquors Imported and Domestic Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil. Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle. Family Trade Solicited, SATISFACTION GUARANTEED fall Phone or send, for Solicitor. PHONE 1029 OF- ALBUQUERQUE.5; NEWi MEXICO UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY DEPOSITORY A. T. A S. F. RAILROAD CO. CONDITION NOVEMBER 27TH,1908 $i,57i, 139-43 4986.33 3Q.970.80 1.45.537.50 $3,125.734 06 MORPHINE FIEND GOES TO HOSPITAL 'Slow SuWido" It IHhrimikU f ('y rinvKliui VIm Kxamimil Well Known lliaraclcr. "Slow suicide" was what City Phy sician rrarcesuld this morning, uftor diagnosing thv case of Edward Thompson, a cwk, known widely Hbout the city as "Hoppy." Thomp son was picked up by the police last niKht In a First street saloon so weak that he would hardly walk. There wjt a glassy stare In his eyes when ho mustered sutHoicnt courage to lift tho heavy lids, his breath came In Rasps and he had ;he appearance of n man more dead than alive, officer t'ooper assisted the man to the police station, where he was examined this morning by the city physician. "At It again, arc you. Hoppy?" was the greeting of the physician. "Which On you use, morphine or cocaine?" "Morphine," was tho answer. "How much did you take yester day?" "About ten grains." "How mu;h have you had this m ornlng?" "About two grains, but doctor, I til l s sore In my chest. 1 haven't l.i'.d down fur several days. I want something to stop those pains." Dr. 1'enrce wrote a request to have the man taken In at St. Joseph's hos pital. "I'll give you another trial," i.e said. "I'll patch you up. and then 11 you ever come back here again you'll find things different." "This Is only one of tho many times that this man has become a i hargc of tho city as a result of tak ing opiates. He Is slowly killing him self. Kuril time he gets n little worse. We have patched him up time and time and again, and each time ho promises to leave the drug n lone, but every time he has failed. The next time will likely be the lust." Thompson lifted his head and call ed in u faint voice as tho doctor turn ed to li ave. He hobbled over to tlie physician anil whispered something. "No. I won't cut off, completely, Hoppy." the doctor was heard to say. "I couldn't do that. You would die." LOCAL TEAMS PLAY BASKETBALL TONICHI The Athlellc Club ami University Will Putlle for Suprcnuuy at the Armory. Teams representing the Athletic club and the University will play a game of basketball at the armory to night and as both teams are in ex cellent training the game promlwes to be one of the most exciting of the season. The game will be followed by a dance. The floor of the armory Is too slip pery to permit scelntlflc playing and will be covered with a light coating of magnesia. This i expected to make a (big difference in the playing and to permit of butter team worR. The line up will be as follows: University Clancy, right forward; Cornish, left forward; Lee, center; Allen, right guard; iLembke, left guard. Athletic Club W. Galles, right for ward; McMillen, left guard; Skinner, center; Wlgley, right guard; H. dal les, left guard. Myers and Kills will act xus officials. At the request of Manager Nus baum of the Las Vegas team the game between the Athletic elup of Las Ve gas has been arranged for January 23. Tickets are on sale for the game and If It Is successful financially other teams will be brought here for games. (iallup has asked for a game and will probably be given a chance to battle with tho Athletic. Ali-oliol is a Preservative. Alcohol Is recognized the world over as the proper, most efftclent and Wholesome preserver of medicinal compounds, and while some Journal ists try to alarm the world by tho icry that patent "medicines contain more alcohol than beer," they neglect to state that proprietary medicine are taken In doses from a toanpoonful to a tablespoonful, while beer Is a bev erage that is consumed In quantities from a glass to several quarts a day. Lydla E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound contains only V& per cent alcohol, simply enough to preserve the roote and herbs from which it Is made, and may be relied upon by every woman In the land as a reliable, honest and aure remedy for the Ills peculiar to her sex. LIABILITIES , Capital $ 200, 000. CD Surplus and Profit 55,088.33 Circulating notes 200,000.00 Deposits , 2, 669, 645 73 ( Total $3.125. 734 o6 INSTALL THEIR NEW OFFICERS lrogTam and Lumii lVllowctl Inter csUng CVrciiKMikii al Tcinplo 11 Mgllt. The new officers of Itio Grande Chapter No. 4, Royal Arch Masons, were Installed at Masonic temple last night by C, C. Youmr. past high priest. The Installation ceremony was followed by a program and refresh ments. The otlicets installed are: C. O. Cushmnn, high priest; Harry llullard. king; J. A. .Miller, scribe; Kred Miller, captain of the host; L. H. Chamberlln, principal sojourner; W. E. Grimmer, royal arch captain; John Venable, master of tho third vail; J. W. Colbert, master of the sec ond vail; V. C. Hooth. master of the lirst vail; A, J. Maloy, treasurer; Harry liraun, secretary; A. M. Whlt I'omb, sentinel. The program given was as follows: Vocal Solo Selected Mrs. t A. Frank. Trombone Solo "Hocked In the Cradle of the Deep," with varia tions Fred K. Kills Violin Solo Travatina Hall Prof. Uibbs. Impersonations Allan H. Waas, assisted by Prof. Crum. Character: Hlchard Mansfield. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, Napoleon, . Gladstone. Grant, Emperor William and others. Vocal Duet "Farewell, Dear Heart" Owen Mrs. C. A. Frank and Forest S. Cartwrlght. Reading Selected I'rof. John ( rum. V"eal Solo "The Indifferent Mar iner" Billiard Forest S. Cartwrlght. (Miss Helen Pratt, Accompanist.) Lunch followed the program. The success of the evening was due to the committees In charge. T. H. Jenks. J. W. Klder, F. H. Kent. Ar thur Mverltt and L. S. Chamberlln formed the reception committee. The program committee consisted of J. A. Miller, J. W. Colbert and Harry Hraun, while the refreshment com mittee included J. 13. Myir, W. K. Grimmer and A. J. Devlin. NEW TENNIS CLUB ELECTS ITS OFFICERS Rule ami ItcKiilnlloitH An- Adopted ami the MiiiLbcrM Prviium for The first annual fiicctlng of the Al buquerque Tennis club was held last night it the apartments of Roy Stamm, West Silver avenue, and the members completed,.Jthe organization by electing otllcers and adopting rules. Twenty-two new, members were ad mitted, i . :C . Under the rules adopted the affairs of the club are- to be managed by a board of five governors. The- first board of govertvirstoonsists f H. H. Collier, Roy Stinij, Howard Clark, Felix Lester and Garry Johnson. Hy the authority given It the board elect ed "Ulcers as follons:j R. )1. Collier, president; Roy Stamm. secretary; Howard Clark, treasurer: John Lee Clark and Raymond -1!. Stamm, aud-I Itors. The number of members Is to bo left to the discretion of the board of governors. The membership fee was fixed at 10 for meft, $5 for women and annual dues of-$ for all. Fol lowing are the new members admit ted hist night: I-arl H. Clappt IUrold B. Jameson, A. O. Waha. R. S. Rogers, A. R. Recknogle, John Kerr, Arthur Ring land. Stanton H. Smith, Floyd Hippie and R K." Jacnbson Misses Kather Ine Striekler, Josephine Campfleld. Elizabeth Haldrldge Lillian Ellwood, Grace Rorradaile, Mayme Reed, Marguerite Schuster, Lillian Spitz and F.llcen McMillen, Mrs. Maynard Gunsul. Mrs. G. S. McLandress and. Mrs. Harry Slme. , BROTHERHOOD HEARD SEWER LECTURE Ir. WriUli Told of lrMM-d K.Woin ami Miowci! Inadequacy of l'rc nt System h Pliturcn. The regular munt-ily banquet and meetings of the H' itherhood of St. Paul was held in tie; parlors of the Methodist church last evening and after dining, the Pvtherhood heard a most Interesting illustrated lecture on the proposed n w sewer system, Dr. J. H. Wroth, rliairman of the sewer committee 'if tile city council being the speaker. The doctor, by in my views shown nn the screen, lirnnil the Inadequacy of tlie present h.vsti-m and the ben efits of the one pp.i'ised. Maps and sketches of the in w system were shown on the canv.iss and the audi ence was enthused over the new s stem. The bond Issue was also spoken of ut length by Mr. Wroth while he re ferred his audieii to facts and fig ures which have !e n otTer'-d the city by Mr. Gray, the expert. The banquet, which, was served by the Ladles' Aid sneiety. whs one of the most largely attended, over sixty KU'.-Ms being pre-' lit. iTlfllil-Ut He Hundred of orj helped by the pn.-i Iw o.-ptinm. bans have been .lent of The Indus Home ut Macon, ." have UHi'd Kb c I nstitutlon for nine .I a most excellent ii h. liver and kl l- trial and orphan (in., who writes: trie Ritt.r in thi. years. It has pro' medicine fir st-im. rif y trouble?. Wo rigard It us one !y medicine. on is the vital organs aids digestion, on -strengthen and , wf-ak hll'lr. ti or lias no eqil 1. Rest Of the beat fain: It Invivoni' earth purifies the blood, ates apiielito. To build up thin, pa'" run i:ow n people it for female compb lints, duly CO.- at all dealers. Our work Is RIGHT in every de pa I kucnt. Hubba laundry Co. JASTRO RESIGNED BECAUSE OF. INSULT Californlnn, Who Heads Street Hall way Company Here, Was l'orttxl lToiii a Club. Because he used Insulting ktnguagc In referring to President Koosevelt, H. A. Jastro, president of the Albu querque Traction company, president ' V. X . r ..... I t I . , . .. . . VI .luuuiim MVI-BIUVK HSSOClUWUfl, a ranchman and capitalist of Cali fornia, Arizona and New Mexico, haa been forced to resign his membership In the Ilakersfleld Club of Hakersfleld, California, according to a dispatch sent out from Los Angelos. The dis patch says: Following a dispute in tho Hakers fleld club, tho leading social organlza t.on of Hakersfleld, H. A. Jastro, Democratic loader of Kern county, was forced to resign from tho club because ho applied an offensive epithet to President Roosevelt. .The incident happened at the breakfast table at the club yesterday. The attack on the president was re sulted by John McWlllIams an Illi nois banker, once a partner of Mar shall Field, who waa seated at the table. The dispute arose when Mc Willlama referred to the "fun" which would occur in the Senate when Sen ator Tillman defended his position against the charges by President Roosevelt. Jastro then referred to the president in offensive language. The wordg of the Democratic leader am azed those present for an instant Me Williams was the first to speak, exclaiming: "Any man who applies such words to the president of the United States ia no gentleman." After a moment's delay, Jastro Jumped to his feet and held a napkin owr tho face of McWlllIams, who was about to resent the action when they were separated, Major Rice, a S.Hinlsh Var soldier and Republican h ader declared If the club permitted the Insult to go unrebuked he would resign. SEWER CUUNEE The Sentiment of a Majority of the Vilcr Will He To, i,y Members or Publicity. The sentiment of a large number of property owners of the city in regard to voting bonds for building an ade quate sewer system will be told to night at a meeting of the publicity committee appointed by the r.iayor and council to spread Information concerning the bond issue, the ex tent of the sewer system and the ben efits it will bring to the city. The committee organized by wards at its last meeting and each member was a.-edgned a certain number of property owners. He was expected to consult with each one and thus leurn the sentlmeut in regard to tho bond election and the sewer system. The members of the committee will make their reports at the meeting tonight and it is said that practically no opposition to tho bonds was found. The meelng tonight la expected to be attended by all the members of the committee and a number of citizens who are interested in learning; the sentiment of the town, Tho meeting oegins at the Commercial club at 8 o'clock. SAT! HOW S SPIX IAL S ALIO, ."Oc can California Asparagus ...25c 12 hie can Pork and Means 10c Kmpson's Colorado Tomatoes ...,10c -lie pkg. of Cocoanut 15C 'oC Dottle Pickles 20c 12'ie Curtice Rros.' Jam 10c 20c can or Curtice Bros.' Plum i'udding 15C ilb. can Hominy 10c - lb. pkg. Soap Powder l!tlx ,,.20l 25c can Celebrated Honey I1W HTand Preserved HerrleS 20c Curtice Pros.' Sweet Heets, can... 15c Honey Dew Kxtru Sifted .Sweet Peas, finest put up, 2 cans 85c 2 cans Veal I.af 25o 2 qts Cranberries 25c 2 Mat can Fancy Salmon 25c St. Charles Milk, can 10c Large can of Milk I0c 12 Vac can of Pumpkin 10c TIIK MAZK. AV.VT. KIKKE, Proprietor. It Is a good deal easier and whole lot more pleasant to save a dollar by taking advantage of our speclul sale of shoes than It Is to earn this amount by hard work. We must close cut every pair of our winter shoes before the opening of the spring sea son and have cut their prices from 25 to 33 per cent. This Is a good chance to lay In a supply for future use. after providing for Present want C. May's shoe store, 314 West Cen tral avenue. Western Stock Show DENVER, COLO. January 18-23, 1909 For tbis show the A. T. A S. V. Ky has autlmried rate of 919.73 from Albiuupniue to Denver and return. Tickets on gile Jan. 16, 17, IS, i'd IP; return limit, Jan. 20. 10Ki; continuous passage ia both directions. T. E. 3 Purdy, Agent Dressers and Chiffoniers We place on sale a lot of odd Dressers&Chiffoniers and offer a special Cash Discount of 20 Per Cent See window display ALBERT FABER ?0 ZVL Quudeom tfiemmt a OJlUffUUXC That doesn't mean that the first cost is loweiA than other harness. ll does mean that it will cost you less per year than . 1 any other har ness. That is because it will Lsok for tha mih SluJikakir aalhatrac. It stand for quality, atraastb aad atria. last longer and because your cost for repairs will be little or nothing. Studtbakjet harness is easier on horse. When you want good harness see R A ABE &M AUGER Albuquerque, N. M. .. ALL THE From tho foundation to tho ahlngle on the root, vne ua sell. Ins Building Material Cheaper than jxm hY bough for many years. Save at least 25 per oant and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material & Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORNER 2 Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkot Rooflni ' First and Marquette Alfeeqaerqce, New Mexico 'OLD RELIABLE." ESTABLISHED 1873 L. S, PUTNEY : THE WHOLESALE GROCER f FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries the Largest aud Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries to . the Southwest FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS ; i RAILROAD AVENUE ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Z t WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT 209 S. rirtt St. MEALS AND LUNCHES : , Come in tha eating's fine No Fancy Price Here ft ' the horse, too. That is because the harness fits, It's the same with Slu Je baker horse collars. They will fit any horse. Studcba. er. collars do not have to be broken in. They fit from the start, because pattern on which they are made is the neck of a WAY UP THIRD AND MARQUETTE. RICO HOTEL AND BAR Wines, Liquors and Cigars Best Meal In Town From . 5 Cents up. Rooms by Day, Week or Month 111 North rir St.