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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. rAGB rorR. TVESDAY MAKClr 10.. AMUSEMENTS Crystal William Chicfcalffly The Sioux Indian Fire and ' Paper King, Rope Twirler and Magician Will appear afternoon and evening in addi tion to our usual program j MR. W. B. KERN, Tenor, Illustrated Songs I I MR. J. ROACH, Baritone I Mutic by Crystal Orchestra Matinee Every Day at 2:45; All Seats 10c Evenings 7:15, 8:15, 9:15 Saturday and Sunday 6:15, 7:15, 8:15, 9:15 COLOMBO THEATRE W. B. Moore. Ugr. Licensed by the Motion Pic ture Patents Co. ADMISSION IOC One new reel of picture each EXCLUSIVE MOVING PICTURES TWO SHOWS, :15 AND 9:15. totlnea Saturday and Sunday a S p. m. The Hand. The Poor Musician. Perpetual Proposals (comedy.) ILLUSTRATED SONGS. By Mrs. Loots Hankn. MISS JENNIE GRAIO, Musical Directress tXXXXXXXXKXXXXXIUOOOOCXXXXjU Be Sensible Don't ruin your watch by i taking it to any old watchmaker. I guaran tee all my work. J. A. GARCIA 211 WEST GOLD AVE. r MINNEAPOLIS', III Rooming House S24 South Second St, corner Iron. All new iron beds. Rooms for housekeeping. Single room, $1.21 per week. No Invalids received. Lone Star Boot & Shoe Shop Our (specialty Is making cowboy boots and up-to-date glioes. First clasa repairing IVewt rock-oak sole leather rned. Twenty years' experience. I am toaster of the trade. Give us a trial. Work cajlcd for mid delivered. Phone 855. 323 V. Central Ave. SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS All Chronic Diseases Cured. We treat all forms or 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 ths water. Baths sre auto matic. Ceme or write. JOS.L. DURAN, Sulphur Hot Seringi Nrw Mexico Highland Liverv bambrook linos Pboue 599. 113 Jului si Vp to date turn-out. Best driver. In Uie city. Proprietor of "Sadie," the picnic, wagon. THIRD STREET Meat Market tU Kinds nt vvb and Salt Mrsl iUAiu SAutrngv Factor?. tiUX KLEIN WORT Lasuale Building. North Third Strers HHI The a tre t ELKS' THEATRE I Tuesday, Mar. 9 Ed AndersDn presents the Typical New England Daughter "Fragrant as a Field c( Clover'' "By far the best show that has played the new theatre." Salt Lake Herald. : Companion play to "Way i Down East." "The Old t Homestead," and "Shore Acres. Seats on sale at Matson's Prices: $1, 75c, 50c, 25c X Curiam 8:20. Finale 10:55. 4 : varnages iiju, 4 THE BEST "STAFF OF LIFE" YOU CTEit SAW 1.4 Cream Bread, It's fresh daily, wholesome always, nourishing ami strengthening and fit for the whole ianmy. line tning more while you re n ading it's good to tht taste. Do you know of any good reason whv vou don't buy Cream Bread? N'o? T.ien why ilou t you buy it? I'lONEKR RXKERY. 1!07 South llrst St. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LI VERY, SALE, FEED . D TRANSFER STAfiLP Horses and Mules bought d x changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THV cm Second 8treet between Csatlss aai Copper Ave. Vl'l U oUIiKIt KOK CllUCKKlK.S may be y. nt w ith the assurance that it will I. as faithfully tilled a if you were hi re in person. We c;m't ell poor groceries le-caii.-r we don't carry them in stock. '-.-iik-s, our patrons ull want good g-oeeii.--, even if we do sell ut poor proo ry pi Ices. Tiy us with your lo-xt oi'di r. CHAMPIOV (ilKM'KKY CO. Phone 51. ' Seii-nlli mid Tijeras. THE LOWER HOUSE ALSO NAMES A STEERING (Coutinued from Page OneJ and who likely will not be able to at tend any more sessions of the present assembly. A number of petitions praying for the enactment of a local option liquor law were Introduced and referred. A petition was also Introduced by Prince piotesting against the multilntion of the Soldiers' monument In the pluz-a. at Santa Fe. Several committees made reports on bills in their hands, which reports w ere adopted. New Hills Introduced. The following new bills were intro duced: Council bill 123. Hewitt, act to prohibit gambling In New Mexico; Council bill 124. Upton, act to tax sleeping car companies; Council bill 125, MoBee, act relating to chattel mortgages; Council bill 126, Han ley, act prohibiting women entering ealoifns; Council bill 127, Hanley, act relating to deposits of funds of cities and the Interest thereon; Council bill 128. Catron, act allowing cities and towns to lew license tax: Council bill 129, Catron, net providing for erection i of memorial arch at western terminus of Santa Fe trail, or in front of Old longer-term in the history of the Fonda in Santa Fe, work to be done district. Geo. H. Klock, the new dis by convict labor, and to be In charge , trict attorney, has begun work on of commission consisting of governor, ' president of New Mexico Historical so- clety and mayor of Kanta Fe; Council bill 130, Spiess, act accepting provis- lens of Carey Irrigation act and cre ating a Carey act land board. Some Bills Passed. The following bills were passed, the first two going through under suspen sion of the rules: Council bill 128, by Catron, provld- ing for the levying of an occupation I tax on everything in a business way in cities and towns; Council bill 129, Catron, for erection of memorial arch ti mark end of Santa Fe trail; Coun cil bill 122, Catron, providing for fur nishing of proper bonds by territorial, county and municipal officials; Coun cil bill 59, by Hanley, providing for county surveys of land for purpose of taxation; House bill 124, Wulters, In determinate sentence and parole law; Council bill 104, Catron, amending burglary law so as to Include mines; Council substitute for Council bill 98. Prince, providing for assessment of sheep; substitute taxing sheep in county where owner resides and in case ol iion-reiuems, wnere sneep , name(i aB defendant In a suit In are grazing. ! volvinir the title n lots 13 nn.i 14 After considerable debate, indulged in by Messrs. Prince and Hewitt, the Ccuncil passed Council Joint resolution 13, providing for correction of word ing on Soldiers' Monument in Santa Fe plaza. Mr. Prince objected stren uously to any change being made in the word ltebel, while Mr. Hewitt made an eloquent plea for the' su.oti tlon in place tnereof the wont Confed erates.! The resolution finally passed by a vote of 10 to 1, Prince alone vot ing in the negative. ' The governor announced having al lowed House bill 105, living tin-' fees to be retained by the tdv rift's of the several counties, to become i; law by limitation. lit tin lloiie. All members, excepting Sweeny, liushkevitz and (Jullcgos were preent at yesterday aftcrnoon'e session of the lower body, which opened with the introduction of a larg?' batch of peti tions, mouf of which urged tne enact ment of a local option liquor bill. These were referred to tne proper committees for consideration. Under suspension of the rules the House passed Council Joint resolution N'o. 3. providing for the printing of 500 copies each In Knglish and Span ish of the governor's mensage, like wise House Resolution No. 12. con taining resolutions on the death of FraucuH'O C. Chaves, of Rio Arriba county, a former meiuoer of the legis lature, and House Kesolutlon N'o. 13, by Brown, to do away with the trans lation and printing of bills intr idiued from now on. Many committees made reports in bills, which for the most part were fa vorable. Included in these reports was a substitute bill reported in place of the several armory deficiency bills, which includes all of the appropria tions asked for in the one hill. It be ing ort of un omnibus measure. New Hills Introduced. The fallowing new bills were int'o dtiecd: House bill 223, Itlattmr.n. act am ending Chapter 5, section 11 laws of 1 ! ." ; House bill 224, lirown, by re quest, net for examination of books and account of county officials; House bill 223. Chaves of licrnulillo, act providing way for employment of mployes on railroads; House biil 22ti, iaroia, act to enable persons living in Mixican land grants to present peti tions In chancery; House bill 227, I'ache.'O, act to amend chapter 7, lompib-d laws of 1897; House bill 228, Chaves of Sierra, act to establish hos pital at I'alomas hoi tsprings in Sierra count); House oill 229, Valdez. by re iiiest. ai t to umend section 4, chapter j". laws of llior,, relative to compen sation of pinbato clerks; House bill 2 :to. Walters, act defining duties ut clerks of probate courts; House bill 231. Tipton, act to amend section 2, cuupler Ml, laws of the 34th assembly; House bill 232 by Tipton, act requir ing, railroa.lri operating in territory t J turuish separate coaches for caiiyiug of si bite and negro passengers; House liill 233, Hrice, act providing for crea tion of office of police Judge in towns of 1.000 population or over; House Mil 234. Hrice, uct repealing chapl-r llti. laws of the 35th assembly; House bill a:t(.'., Hrice, mt to enable cities and towns to secure water for Irrigation purposis; Houne bill 236. Hrice, act (leating county school districts; House loll 237. Davidson, bet relative to qualifications of voters and r peal ing chapter 21. laws of 1907; House bill 238, Roberts, act for repayment of mone ys paid into United s-rutes land of Ores for territorial lands where con tracts were never fulfilled; House bill 239, Dnvldnnn, art amending section 2. chapter lift, lawn of 1B05; House, bill 240. Davidson. act for liquidation of judgments against counties; House Mil 211 Mullens, act regulating sale of liquor on election day. etc.; Hous Mil '242, Millions, act to permit segre gation of city and county taxes. curry to emerm legislature at dinner Event Was tc, Have llii'il Held l4i-.t lglit. lliu Was Potioiicd Hc-mu-e of lllneHH of Executive. Santa Fe, X. M., March 9. Be eutise of Illness, the dinner to have been g'ven by governor Curry to the members of the legislature last night at the Palace hotel was post poned until Saturday evening of this week. The governor by that time hopes to be fully recovered and able to preside over the festive board in his usual genial manner as host. MANY CASES WILL ' BE TRIED THIS TERM District Court Docket Heaviest for Some Time and Some Interesting Cases Are Promised. "be spring term of nernallllo eoun 'V court, wnicn win open next aion- ""' morning. promises to be the c ases which promise to come up for trial, and has foun.l the docket badly congested. The county Jail is full of prisoners awaiting trial on misde- meanor charges. Probably the most important fel ony case for the term will be that of the territory vs. Jack Donohue, for the killing of Justianiano Chaves. An attempt will be made to force a re trial of this case at this term, and preparations for the battle which is sure to take place are already being made. The relatives of the dead man have retained Attorney iMllgo Haca to assist District Attorney Klock in the prosecution. The sheriff's office completed serv ing the jury venire yesterday and will return them to the district court tomorrow. 'V. C. Oestrejch brought suits to day to establish a clear title to two pieces of property acquired by virtue of purchases for taxes. C. A. Bruce t nd Willie Ann Bruce are defendants In a case involving lots 21 and 22. block 4, In the Homestead and1 Oar- (len ,.p((t adJitlon and Sadie Conway block 24. Perca addition. RELEASED PRISONER TOOK OEFICER'S COAT I he Ofllcer Bought a New One Rut Uiler Found Ills Old One on the Man Who Took It. Police Officer Tony Guivera lias a new overcoat, because Kd. Jackson stole his old one. Jackson did not get away with the old coat but he kept it I n! nough to compel the officer to get a new one. Sunday th-j weather was so warm that Guivo't sned 'his co-at and hung it on a nail in the police station. Sun day morning Jackson wa released from the county jail after having done sixty days for petty larceny. The first ph.ee he called after reaching the 'U) was the polio: headquarters and finding no one In, and seeing the eoat hinging on the wall, he appropriated II to his own use. Heing unable to lind his coat, Guivera went down town anil bought a new one. Yesterday af ternoon while walking on First street, hi. .saw his old coat moving up the stnet with a man in It. Jackson was the man. Jackson one night hint summer at tempted to carry away a coop full of chickens standing on a truck at the iXfivss office, and showed fight when the efficers interferred. DIFEERENCE IN WEIGHT OIDN'I BEAT. WALLACE Peltiis Had l.ltlie Advantage In That I .hie' When lie Worftled l4is Yi'iitt Man ut Cimarron. Will Pettus. the .Madrid boy who won a decision over Harry Wallace in a 15-round go at catch weights at Cimarron Saturday night, denies t'cc statement made by Wallace that he was 28 pounds the heavier. I'et tuj ays that he and Wallace Weigh ed in before the tight and that he t pped the scales at 183 pounds unit Wallace at a few ounces over 180. The statement made by the Citizen yesterday regarding weights was ma le to Editor Dicke'i'son of the Denver News-Times by Wallace. That i'ettus is 28 pounds heavieT tint. i the Las Vegas boy Is not be hee hire, however. Wallace re e. ntly wrote a Utter to a local tight pt uiioter saying in sarcastic lan guage i!i it "i'eitu.s would not have 3.'. pounds tli. be-t of it. either." This is taki n to mean that he was almost as heavy as i'ettus. 1:1 1 il T nun. ni ; s w oitii i n t (i,oi;im TOWN Cranala, Colo., March '.. Fire of mysterious origin started In Hegg's furniture store thi.s morning, destroy ed five buialings mil for a time th! eatened to wipe out the town. The her.de. u,uk of a bucket brigade eif farmers m,, citizens was all that sav- I t!ie ;ow:i Tue loss is 140.000. HAitnv wi n i i it itirn 'iis. H. It. U eiller, ,,f the. 11. B. WVll'.er company, returned to flje e-ity this af ternoon from St. where be be came engaged t Miss Lillian Slclu r, a prominent f, iety J, i!e of that city THIEF MADE HAUL in mm house Arrested by Police, He f NinfcsM-d That lie Entered Rooms and Took .Many Things of Value. Police ofllcer O'Orudy last night arrested a house breaker before the people who had been his victims knew they had been robbed. The man gave his name as Fred R. Mil 1 r of Philadelphia, and said that he came to Albuquerque March 4 from lAi egas. fsunitny arternoon or Monday morning ho went through several rooms In the Occidental building and stole Sundry articles of , more or less value, ranging from a I lady's watch to a dirty suit of men's underclothing. When taken Into custody last night on First street he had in his posses sion a loaded 32-caliber Harrington ' & 'Richards pistol, in a new holster, and a safety razor. This morning the police found a large number of stolen articles beneath a wash bowl in a closet in the Alamo rooming house, where Miller had hidden them. A Navajo blanket was recovered from the ("has. Grande saloon where .Mil ler had left It, and an electric iron was found In a Gold avenue avenue se cond hand store, where it had been sold. Miller this morning confessed to Chief of Police McMillin that he had robbed the Occidental rooming house, under the guise of being Jan itor of the Occidental building. The arrest of Miller was the result of an investigation caused by a boy offering several small articles for sale nt a pawn shop. The boy was taken into custody and Information he gave led to the arri'St of Miller. The boy said" that Miller had told him that he was janitor of the Occi dental rooming house, and showed him a numbe-r of articles he desired to sell. He had a kodak stolen from the Occidental rooming house, and took the boy's picture. When MilleT was taken into cus tody, the police asked the occupants of the Occidental rooming house if they had missed anything. By this morning fully a half dozen tenants ef the third floor reported to the po lice that they had lost various arti cles. Miss Inky, a teacher at the Menaul school, reported that she had lost a Navajo rug. O. G. Cook re ported the loss of a safety razor. H. L. N'eft said he had missed a safety razor and a clock. Dr. Wilson ( pro prietor of the building, said that two trunks had been broken Into, but he did not know what was miss ing, if anything. i jt noon today the police had found the following stolen goods, some of which have been claimed: j Two Gillette safety razors, n Nav ajo blanket, a pistol, a suit of men's ' underclothing, a lady's watch, a Lrace let, a silver ring, a whisk broom, I a tray and two paper knives, an elec tric iron, a cigar holder, a silver spoon, one kodak, Miller Is under guard in the city jail and the boy Is held, pending an investigation. The boy says that he met Miller in Raton. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Metal Market. St. Louis, March 9. 'Lead firm, $3.83 'o 3.90; spelter firm $4.65. Money. N"w York, March 9. Call money, easy i i,2 2 per cent; prime paper 3 t 'it 4 per cent. Stocks). Amalgamated (Topper 67 Atchison 103 pfd 102 New York Central 123V1 Pennsylvania 128 Southern Pacific 117Vi Union Pacific 174 111 ited States Steed 43 pfd HOVi Grain and Provisions. Chicago, March 9. Close; Wheat May $1.15,4; July $1.03. Corn May 69; July 68'i. Oats May 5 5 (If 5 S ; July 50. Pork May $18.02; July $18.05. Li.rd May $10.4.5; July $10.55. 10.57. Ribs May $9.50tS 9.32 : July $9 62. Chicago IJvcstoc-k. Chicago. March 9. Cattle Re ceipts. 2,500; market steady; beeves, $4.70'ii5.25; Texas steers, $4.50fij 5.50; western steers, $ 4.20(e 5.65 ; stockers and feeders, $3.50 (ft 5.50; cows and heifers, $3(&5.80; calves, $6.25ijS9. Sheep Receipts, 11.000; market is steady; westerns, $3.60 Cn 5.85; year lings, $ii'(i'7; western lambs, $5.75 fr 7.80. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City, Mo., March 9. Cattle Receipts, 8.000; market strong to 10c higher. Southern steers. $4,501.? R.40; southern cows. $3Gi 5 25;' native cows and heifers. $2.50$ 6.25; stnek ers and feeders, $3. SOW 4.50; bulls, $3.25'r 4.80; calves, $4.50 W 7.25 : west ( rn steers. $4.60 u 6.50; w estern cows. $3. 2 5 -ii 5. iliogs Receipts. 2. Olio; market is steady. Hulk of sales. $6.30 (ii 6.4 0; heavy. $6.55 n 6.70; packers' butchers, $ti.40ii 6.65; light. $6.25 fti 6.50; pigs. $5.25 'u 5.85. Sbeeq 'Receipts, 7.000; market is tteady. Muttons, $ 4.75 $i : 5.80 ; lambs. $0.!o 'u 7.55; range w ethers. $5.25 (D "..15; led ewes, $ 3 W 5.5 0. Near Deulli In Rig l"end. It was a thrilling experience to Mrs. Ida Soper to face death. "For years a severe lung trouble gave me Intense suffering," she wrlte, "and several times nearly caused my death. All remedies failed and doctors said I was incurable. Then Dr. Kings New Discovery brought quick relief and a cure so permanent that I have not been troubled in twelve years." Mrs. Soper lives in Big Pond, Pa. it works wonders In cousiis and colds, sore lung, hemorrhage LaOrippe, Asth ma, croup, whooping cough and all bronchial affections. 60c and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. H b I LLLLLU I II! I I I 1 - fVuTihi.r.iiiillI ! l.ii I hlaim.ruuiffO I I d I I The home library can be made the most Inviting room In the ouse if the books, Instead of being arranged In formidable long rows on shelves are enclosed In comfortable quarters where they are eas ily accessible at all times. , Why not get a GIXBE-W EIlNICKE "Elastic" Bookcase so that you can enjoy the privilege of carrying out your own Individual Idea as to an artistic and Informal arrangement of your books; for exam ple, something like that suggested In the Illustration where the Rook case units on each side and under the window without obstrue ting any light, at the same time adding to the home like atmosphere of the room. We are authorized agents for The GIOnE-WEUNICKE "Elastic" Bookcases and carry the goods In stock. STRONG BROTHERS Cor. Copper and 2nd 1 MB Albuquerque Racing Association 30 DAYS OF RUNNING RACES 5 or more High Class Races Dal' ly, rain or shine Commencing Friday, SUlarch 12 Street Cars Direct to Grand Stand Admission SOc. ALL THE From the foundation to the shingles on the rool, sre are tell ing Bulkling Material Cheaper than yon hair bought for luatay years. Save at least 23 per oent and BUILD NOW Rio Grande Material Lumber Co. PHONE 8. CORNER A TRIBUTE FROM ST. LOUIS. The Drown Shoe company, of St. Louis, whose headquarters are th3 glistening. Ivory white, glazed terra rotta building known as The White House In St. Louis, and who manu facture the celebrated brand of White House Shoes for men and women, have the custeim of prese nting to each incoming president, a puir of White House Shoes. With this end in viw, the company some months ago took up correspond ence with President-elect Wm. H. Taft. and secured the measurements of his feet, whlc'n resulted in their making him the finest pair of White House Shoes the country can produce and same we're on Thursday, Feb. 25, forwarded by express to President elect Taft, .Washington, D. C. CARliOAD OF SHADE TREES. The car load of lawn and street trees will be hi re Wednesday Ash 2 inch stems Maple 2 to 3 Inch stems. . . . Elm 3 inch stem' Hackberry 3 inch stem Sycamure 3 inch stems Tulip 3 inch Austrian and Scotcii Pine..., Norway. Spruce .$1.50 .$2.00 .$2.75 .$2.75 . $2.50 .$2.75 . . 50c . . . 35c M. P. ST A MM, New Me-Ue grown hurley, beard ed mid IiiiIIcks, bright, new seed, thor oughly ileaiiesl. Our denning ma il ine will remove more need seeds in lialf un lumr tluin u iiuiii can de stroy In a whole' stiiiuiicr's work. E. W . FEE. 1)02 0(11 S. First. Plume 16. A pair of our ( ivergaiters will en able you to wear your low shoes with out any danger of catching cold. We have a splendid quality made of tine, black cloth, seven or 10 button lcng'.h and they cost only .".lie. C. May's sa store, 314 West Central avenue. Our work Is RIGHT In every de par luemt. Huhbe lundry Co. SEE Hl'I).SOXlXR SIGNS. H4444 WAY UP THIRD AND MARQUETTE. Good Shoes at Low Prices We are over-stocked In shoes. Te realize on our stock quick we will, cut prices: Men's Werthelmer Swarts $3. SO Am igo Shoe at 2. Wertheim-Swarts Delmar, a $3 Shoe $2.50 Dittman's Ripper 93.00 Brown's Longworth Shoe SI. If Big boys' shoe, good wearing..,, $1.35 to $3.00 Little boys' shoe, good wearing.. $1.10 to $1.60 Our well made, stylish, $3.00 La dies' Shoe or Oxford at $2.50 We have an excellent wearing Shoe for ladles at $3.00' CASH BUYERS' UN I OS 122 Nrlb Stcoaa WM. DOLDE. Prop. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Not coal land.) Department of the Interior. U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, New Mex ico, January 30, 1909. Notice la hereby given that Dan iel Ganzales of Casa Salazar, New Mexico, who on December 28, 1903, made homestead entry serial No. 03660. No. 7761, for the northwest quarter of section 34, township li north, range 8 west. New Mexico principal meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final five year proof tc establish a claim to the land above described, before H. W. S. Otero, U. S. court commissioner, a; Albuquer que, New Mexico, on March 22, 1$09. Claimant names at wltneses Diom Iclo Gonzales, Jose Maria Mora, Jose T. Chaves and Bentura Ganzales, all of Casa Salazar, New Mexico. MAVTTKL R OTERO Register. Many ills come from impure blood. Can't have pure blood with faulty di gestion, lazy liver and sluggish bow els. Rurdock Blood Rittera streng thens stomach, bowels and liver, and i urifies the blood.