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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. pack nv 7" THE rink Roller Skater vs. Motorcycle Tonight, Thursday and Saturday Nights TAKE GREAT INTEREST IN1WT0IIRH mm tablets CD ) CD J 1. 1 i r - n Oesf Gallup Block, per ton Gallup Egg, per ton Ail Coal. No Rock. W. H. HAHN CO. SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS All Clironle rl.soascs Cured. We treat all forma 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 of the waters. Baths are auto matic. Come or write. JOS. L. DURAN, Sulphur Hot Springs - Nw Mexico COLUMBUS HOTEL Corner mmeond and 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 all Kind of Fresh and Salt Meal Steam 8tMaf Factory. KMJXi KUKLNWORT MaennJo Building. North Ttura Street . H. COX. The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. Phone 1020 706 West Central Ave, REPORT OP THE CONDITION OF THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. At the Close of Business, February 5, J 909 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts $1,667,919.50 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured ... 32,629.72 U. S. Bonds to secure circulation 100,000.00 U. S. Bonds to secure IT. S. Deposits. . . 125,000.00 Premiums on U. S. Bonds 8,937.50 Bonds, securities, etc 57,410.34 Banking house, furniture and fixtures 40,000.00 Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) " 173.571.35 Due from State Banks and Bankers... 2S.311.7S Due from approved reserve agents. . . . 498,637.98 Checks And other cash items 183.04 Exchanges for clearing house 9,519.08 Notes of other National Banks 25,220.00 fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 2,005.72 Specie $ 71,309.00 Legal tender notes 107,505.00 178,814.00 Redemption fund with IT. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation) 10,000.00 Total 13,058.060.01 L,IABITIT1KH Capital stock paid in I 200,000.00 Surplus fund 50,(100.00 Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid .1,073.81 National Bank notes outstanding .... 200,000.00 Uue to other National Banks 95,079.88 Due to State Banks and Bankers 16,564.55 Individual deposits pubjeet to check.. 1.054,971.61 Time certificates of deposit 1.076,856.08 Certified checks 275.76 Cashier's checks outstanding 14.23S.32 United States deposits 23,237.97 Deposits of lT. S. disbur-Ing officers, . . . 101,762.03 Reserved for taxes 20.000.00 Total I3.05S.060.01 Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo, is: I, Frank McKee, ea--hler of the above named bank, do sol emnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. FRANK M'KKK. ( 'icsliii r Sworn ti and subscribed to In f .re tne this yth day of F. hru aiv. 190'J. II. s 1'lcKAHD. Notary Public. Correct Attest : M. W. FI.OURXOY, H. F. KAYNOLDK, II. B. M'MII.LE.V. Directors. $4.25 Phone 91 a Look Better VELVET SKIN LOTION Clears the Skin Quickly $1.00 a Bottle Write for FREE Booklet on Suc cessful Home Treatment of the skin AILEEN BERG EL PASO, TEX. This Preparatiod is sold in Albu querque at the Parisian. Montezuma Grocery and ; Liquor company Copper end Third All Kinds if Groceries and Liquors Imported and Domestic Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil. Liquor by the Oallon or Bottle. Family Trade Solicited. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Call Phone or send for Solicitor, PHONC 1029 Subscribe for the Citizen ad Get the NEWS. The Members Tixlny Ilcgln tlie Pre llmlnarlc and Hip Final arc KxK.vtid to 1U" Kicillng. Today marked the first day of the tennis tournament which has been Inaugurated under the auspices of the Albuquerque Tennis club, and while no matches were announced, several preliminaries were played by the members. With the approach of the spring winds, it is hard to speclaliio any schedule and participants will compete by their own arrangements. The A. T. C. Is composed of some of the best talent in the west and while the preliminaries do not prom, ice to be very exciting, announcement will be made In ample time so that those interested In the outcome of the tournament will bo able to wMtnes tlie finals. Severnl gold medals will be given as trophies. Each class will 'be sub-divided Into five classes, representing A, It, C, D, and E, and the handicaps will be as follows: Class A owes 15; Class B owes one half of 15; Class C scratch; Clus.. I receives one half of 15; Class E receives 15. The preliminaries will In- for best two out of three, while the final match will be for the best three out of five. The rules of the National Luwn Tennis association 'Will be used In this tournament and no referees will be used except in the finuls. tJreat enthusiasm a being evinced by the members in tiie tournament and many may be seen on the club's courts on Central avenue daily prac ticing hard. The courts are In excel lent shape and nothing is needed but fair weather. Work on the two new courts ad Joining the present courts Is rapidly nearing completion. Workmen are placing a layer of adobe over the sandy soil, which will be rolled and will make valuable as well as wel come addition to the present grounds. The addition of the two new courts was found necessary owing to the steady Increase In membership of the ciub. When tney are completed, the grounds will represent four of the finest courts in the west. MRS. HESSON DEAD. Mrs. James dlesson, aged 30 years, ded at the St. Joseph's Sanitarium this afternoon shortly before 2 o'clock death resulting from an operation. Mrs. Hesson had been ailing for years and lx days ago was taken to the hospital. She Is survived by her hus band, James Hesson, a conductor In the Santa Fe service; a mother, two sisters. Miss Kitty Hill and Mrs. Samuel eleven and one brother, James Hill. Mrs. Hesson was well and favorably known In this city and her sudden demise has brought great sorrow to all those who knew her. Fu neral arrangements will be made later. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION". (Not coal land.) Department of the Interior, U. S. Land (.Uflce at Santa Fe, New Mex ico, January 30, 1909. Notice is hereby given that Dan iel Ganzaies of Casa Salazar, New Mexico, who on December 28. 1903, made homestead entry serial No. 03660, No. 7765. for the northwest quarter of section 34. township 15 north, range 3 west. New Mexico principal meridlnn. has fltoH tinflnA nf intention to make final live year proof to establish a claim to the land above uescriDea, oerore II. W. S. Otero, V. S. court commissioner, at Albuquer que, New Mexico, on March 22, 1909. Claimant names at witnesses Diom icio Gonzales, Jose Maria Mora, Joe T. Chavez and Bentura Ganzaies, all of Casa Salazar, New Mexico. MANTEL I! OTERO. Register. It Is not what you pay ror advertis ing but what advertising PAYS YOU, that makes it valuable. Our ratea are lowest for "inal service, Tle rapid Increase to oar basinet is due to good work and fair treat ment of our pttiwA Hubba Laundry. o - Torturing eczema spreads Its burn ing area every day. Doan's Ointment quickly stops its spreading, instantly relieves the Itching, cures it perma nently. At any drug store. Our work U RIGHT ta every de partment. HubM Iaondry Co. FREE! FREEH A $25 Standard Phonograph given away. A chance given with each $1 purchase. Drawing Feb. 17th, 109. Special low rates for Holiday goods. Futrelle .Furniture Co.. West end uf viaduct. Our work Is IUGHT In every do. parfcnent. Hubbs Laundry Oo. Our sill it and collar work la per fect. Our "IKXM1&TIO FINLSn" i tlie proper tiling. We lead other follow. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. " o Don't buy your rurnlture and flojr coverings until you see our line. We are o.-fcring special Inducements and want your trade; cash or easy pay ments. Futrelle Furniture Co. Fur tlie Ix-xt work on sldrt waist patroulie Hubb Laundry Co. Send for Our Select r.ut a FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPERS whereby you can Insert dls- Play ad.) In ail rrariera fur FIVE DOLLARS PR II IN-flT The Duke Advert islnjr Agency, Inr-nrnorat A 427 8. Main St. 12 Qrearv Pt Ln Angeles. Cal. Fan Franclsc.t. 'J e e e) e) of Lemon, Orange, Vanilla, etc., impart their deli cate fresh fruit flavor. I AT HIS AID SCARED NEIGHBORS Iepiity Sheriff Captures Exoiled Man Who Relieved He Was lTivilego,! to Praetlew (iuiiuery. Women and children living In the vicinity of No. 1013 North Second street were badly frightened early to day when a man, Keller by name, ap peared In his front yard with a shot gun and began shooting. Mrs. Fred Heyn, who lives on the opposite side of the street, telephoned her husband, who Is a deputy sherlfi'. Mr. Heyn, belleviivg that his family was in dan ger. Jumped Into his motor ear and broke the city speed ordinance reach ing home. When he drove up In front of Keller's residence, Keller was sit ting on his porch with his shotgun on his knees. "What's the matter with you; what are you shooting around here for?" yelled the Irate deputy. "Try ing to kill someone?" "Shooting at my dog," yelled Kel ler. "Ouess I can shoot at my dog If I want to. You can't stop tne. J 11 get my gun ugain." The doughty deputy climbed over the fence and grabbed Keller by the collar. The man had been drinking, and made a violent resistance. When Heyn finally got bis prisoner to his auto. Ke ller began kicking at the ma chine. Now this machine is a new one, and Is very much admired by its owner, and any abuse given It is tt personal affront to Mr. Heyn, so when Keller began kicking at the machine, there was a speed contest of events. In less than three minutes Keller was seeking to be let out of the city Jail. Not even Keller's dog wns Injured by Keller's shooting. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS SM'ltOT. I . St. Louie, Feb. 9. (Spelter nominal 14.85. Money. New York, Feb. 9. Call money, steady, 2uI21,j per cent; prime mer cantile .paper, 3(4 per cent. Storks. Amalgamated Copper 75 T Atchison 99 Vt Pfd 101 New York Central 127 Pennsylvania 131 Southern Pacific 118 Union Pacific 177 H United states Uoi pfd .113 Cliletigo l.iifMork. Chicago, Feb. 9. Cattle receipts, 3,000. Strong. Beeves $4,20 4(7.00; Texas steers $ 4.25 11 5.70; western steers $4.00 it 5.60: stockers and feed- l ers t3.'2l) lit S.fiO: i-owm and heifers $1.85 i 5.6(1; calves $'..50Lf 7.75. Sheep 14,000. Weak. Westerns $3.25 iff 5.60; ye arlings $T,.;HI Q 7.09, western lambs $!.'i.50fi 7.60. (rain ami Provisions. Chicago, Feb. 9.-Close: Wheat May IM"1; July 00. 99", ri 64. Corn May Oats May Pork May Uird May $9.77 Vi t 9.80. Ribs May $9.0511 5.07 Vi. 64 a i ; July 53; July 47. 16. SI.,; July $17.05. $9.65 ii 9.67 ',i; July $S.S7 (ti 8.90; July KansuM 4 Iiy LivcMuck. Kansas City, Feb. 9. Cattle re ceipts 11,000. .Strong to 10c higher. Southern steers $3. 7 .1 6.00; southern cows $2.25 Ii, 4.25; cows and heifers $2.004i 5.75; stocked and feeders $3.25(5.25; bulls) $3.201 4.75 ; calves $3.00'n 6.50; western steers $4,254.1 6.25; western cows 2.75 i 4.75. Hogs, 17,000. Strong. Bulk $.'.Slfi 6.35; heavy $6.25116.40; packers and butchers $6.00 ! 6.35: light $5.901 6.10; plBS $4.0li 5 25. Sheep, 7.000. Steady. Muttons $4.25 415.40; lambs $6.25 di 7.35; range wethers, $4.00li fi. 4", fed ewes $3."0'ii 5.00. Fort Bayard, N. M . February 5. 1909. Sealed jiropo.-aU In triplicate, for the complete construction, plumbing, heating, electric light wir ing, and electric light fixtures, for 3 double sets Cnpt.tiiiH quarters, 1 Nurses quarters, 1 Steam Laundry building and machinery, and 1 Medi cal Storehouse at tills post, will bo received here until 11 a. in. March 16. 1909, and then opened. Informa tion furnished on application. U. H. reserves the right to accept or re ject any or all proposals or any part thereof. Envelopes containing pro pose Is should be m arked "proposal for Buildings" and addressed to '-'apt. S. p. Vift.il. Constructing i ii.i t terinaster. ST A C. E TO JEM IV. LEAVES WEST GOLD EF.RY MORXIVG 5 O'CLOCK. TO CURE A OOLI Hi ONE DAY Take LAXATIVE BROJlO Qulnln tablets. Druggists refund money II It fsll to euro. E. W. OROVE'3 signature 1 on each box. 25c. CASHED FOUR CHECKS AND MADE HIS ESCAPE Railroad Laborer Say Four Men Lout Their lay Ihvause Tliey Trusted lVllow Employe. A man bearing the marks of hon est toll, wearing a Jeans coat nd blue overalls, called at the office of Sher iff Jesus Romero yesterday afternoon, and holding his hands over the stove to warm them looked In a dazed manner around the room. "Is the sheriff In," he queried. "Did you get that fellow whj rah away with those pay checks?" The occupants of the room were two deputies and a reporter. "What fellow .was that?" qeurled back one of the deputies, equally as much bewildered about the conditions as the caller. "Why. four of us sent some pay checks In from over on the new road to get them cashed, and the fellow cashed them and bought a ticket for California. One of the .boys said that he told the sheriff, and that you were going to wire out along the line and catch him. I don't think that he would have said that unless ho told you." The sheriff's office knew nothing about any pay cheeks, and the deputy. told the stranger to see the police. The man ald the missing checks amounted to $160. SANTA FE OFFICIALS DISCUSS THINGS HERE Hurley, Wells and Pettlbonc are Talk. Ing Over Matters of Interest to tlie Rood. J. K. Hurley, A. G. Wells and F. Q. Pettlbone, the men who direct the policies of the three great divisions of the Santa Fe system, are In AIju querque to remain several days. Mr. Hurley, general manager of the sys tem east of Albuquerque, arrived from the east last night, accompanied by Mrs. Hurley. Mr. Pettlbone Is general manager of the Santa Fu'i gulf lines, and arrived from the east lust night on one of the lute trains. Mr. Wells, general manager of the Santa Fe coast lines, arrived from the west this morning on train No. 2. All are traveling In their private cars. When seen this afternoon, Mr, Wells said that the occasion of his vlult here was for the discussion of Internal arrangements with Mr. Hur ley and Mr. Petti'bono. Mr. Hurley refused to discuss the occasion of the meeting to any length. Ho denied that the matter of establishing train ser vice on the tut-oft was the object. He said that would bo attended to later. Nothing definite had been decided upon. A few freight trains will prob ably be run over the new road In the near future, but further than that he could not say. The presence of Mr. Pettlbone here with Mr. Wells und Mr. Hurley Is sig nificant for many reasons. Mr. Pet tibone Is in charge of that part of the ianta Fe. which wjll be directly affected by thu building of the pro' posed 'Brownvllle extension, and con sequently he. would be called Into consultation about anything having to do with the New Mexico Eastern. It is apparent now that the Santa Fe built the cut-off more expressly for tho purpose of reaching the gulf and completing a through line from California to the gulf than to get a new line to the eust. Tho presence of Mr. Pettlbone hero In consultation with the managers of the other great divisions of the system would natur ally Indicate that the Santa Fe was contemplating the building of the Brownvillo extension which will fur nish the connecting link for the Cali fornia and Gulf line. The survey for this stretch of road was made at tha same time the cut-off was made and it was the intention of the .Santa Fe to build it as soon as tho cut-off completed but the panic of a year and a half ago prevented. It Is hardly possible that Mr. Pettlbone would be here to discuss any matters not con nected with the road under his direct in. i nagement. What Mr. Hurley says about trains on the cut-off should still any feeling among Albuquerquu people that any part of the shops here will be moved to Helen. While none of the officials here today would confirm the report, it is stated upon good authority that the addition to tin! local chops pro posed two years ago will soon ma terialize and that tlie force here will be increased. There is no Indication that tin- Santa Fe intended to make anything more than a repair station at Helen. Alfalfa. I"! I iic rro Hay. IvUllW H. W in at lla. cult Hit). Out Hay. Oklahoma Hay. Straw. We take I wick bad hale sliouli (J02-UUJ lls-re! Iki uiiv. E. . Fee. Soulli Fii-1 Strevt. Phono 10. EXTENSION TABLES Square or Round In'Golden Oak, Early Eng lish, Fumed Oak or Mahogany Square Tablet from $7.50 to $35.00 Round Tablet from $15.00 to $65.00 China Closets to match tablet. Buffett and chairs in endless variety. We can tave you money. ALBERT FABER 308-310 Wett Central Avenue Get a "John Deere" PLOW and HARROW For the Best Results We illustrate a "DEERE" Mixed Land Tlow with Steel Beam. A good general purpose plow. Also v .. . a "DEERE AJAX" Steel Lever Harrow, Strong and Flexible. Raabe&Mauqer 115-117 N. ALL THE From the foundation to the sbingtc on the root, m are act. Ing Building Material Cheaper tna yoa hra bought for many years. Save at least 25 per cent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORNER OL.U rCLLlABLh., Le O. PUTNEY I THE WHOLESALE GROCER I FLOUR. (TRAIN AND PRnVIQiniuc FLOUR, GRAIN I Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries la the Southwest FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS KAILKOAO AVENUE WHITE HOUSE I RESTAURANT 209 8. riret St. MEALS AND LUNCHES tVrne in the eating's fine t Mo Farcy Price Here First Street. WAY UP THIRD AND MARQUETTE. ESTABLISHED 187S 1 AND PROVISIONS ALBUQUEKQUE, N. M. t RICO HOTEL AMD BAR Wines, Liquors and Cigars Best Meal In Town From 5 cents Up. Rooms by Day, Week or Month lit XortV First St. ? : J i :