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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN.
1UEKOAY, AWUJj 27, 10.
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Montezuma Grocery and
Liquor Company
Copper mnd Third
Imported and Domestic Goods
Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive OiL
Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle, i
Family Trade Solicited.,
Agent lor San Antonio Lime. Always
Fresh. Prices RlKht.
Call Phone or send for Solicitor.
PHONE 1029
UULUI IBUS
HOTEL
Corner Beond mnd Oold
HOME COOKING
excellent Service
I
Particular peop.e have been
pleased with Columbus Meals for
many years. Have you tried ihemf
ee
I RESTAURANT t
799 S. riret St.
MEALS AND LUNCHES
Come in the eating's fine
l No
Farcy Price Her
That Spring Suit, Hat, Shoes,
ehlrts, Ties, and everything In the
wearable line.
Men's well made, stylish Suits
110. UZ.tO and $16.
Boys' Suits 2. 60 to $4.
MEN'S DRESS SHOES.
Well made, good wearing Shoes,
per pair, SMO, $3. $3.5 and $4.
Men's Work Shoes. S1.C0, t and
It.CO.
BOT8- SHOES.
Sizes J to fl.Si-to $2. SO.
Sizes 12 to 2 $1.25 to $2.26.
Sizes 8 to 11 80e to $1.85.
BPECIAU -SALB: OF .MEN'S rHOSB.
12 dozen Men's Hose, regular Utt
Quality, I pairs for 25c.
10 dozen Men's black Hose, per
pair. Sc.
CASH BUYERS' UNlOh
121 Kerlh ieeeed
VOL DOLDE. Pmj.
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DID YOU KNOW
WE SELL IT FOR LESS
We Invite comparison and
are always pleased to show
goods. Come in ana get ac
quainted, for if you are in need
of anything In Furniture,
Stoves, Carpets or Housefur
nlshlngs, we can save you
money.
CROWN FURNITURE
AND AUCTION CO.
Phone SOS. 114 W. GoM
Highland Livery
. BAM BROOK BROS.
Pbona BM. 111 John 8.
Up to date turn-outs. Best driven
In the city. Proprietor oi -ttaaie,'
the picnic wagon.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO
LIVERY. 8AXJB. FEED i f"
i TRANBFKR BTABV
Corses and Mules bought
eaaaged.
BEBl TURNOUTS IN TJTW DTI
eon A Btreet between Ceatoai am
Oepaer Ave.
ED. FOURNELLE
Carpenter
and Builder
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
Phones: Shop 1005; Residence US
Ship Corner Fonrtn St. and Copper Ate.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. V.
Lone Star Boot & Shoe Sho
Oar specialty tn making eowboy
beot and up-to-date aboe. First class
repairing. Best rock-oak sole leather
sed. Twenty yesn' experience. I am
master of the trade. Oive us a irtaj.
Work called for and delivered.
Porch :
f urniture
Wicker
Rockers
Fine assortment just
received
CALL AND SEE
The Futrelle
wmmr kno
1
Jlor:: w'Tl
REMOVAL NOTICE
On or about May 1st I will move to 212 South Third
street, where I will have a new line of Hats, Shirt Waists,
Corset Covers, Ties and Collars, in Eyelet, Shadow Wallae
hian and Coronation Cord designs.
I carry a full line of 'Battenburg Rings, Braids and
Thread; Filo, Lustre and Coronation Cord; also Pillow Tops
and Braid in the new work, Repousse Braid.
LESSONS GIVEN WORK EXCHANGED
Fancy Work Exchange
122 South Fourth Street.
OSIOEFICE
TAKE EFFECT TODAY
lumps 1ruinoted to Succeed O'Arccy
Which Makes Other Transfers
Xecewsary.
The vacancy at the money order
window at the postofllce made by the
resignation of E. J. D'Arcey has been
filled by the promotion of X). E. Phil
lips, the well known mail carrier, and
Mr. Phillips has been succeeded on
route No. 3 by Allan Keller.
The promotion of Mr, Phillips was
one of the most deserved that has
been made in the local service for
years. He has been a carrier, rain
and snine, for eighteen years, and I
r..n-u mc tiuoiwuu no uuw iiuiua.
, TV A in., Atn..A.a . ; .. 1 i ,.
...i. m. ic.Mgnvu ii. a iiuaiuun
with the government to take charge
of the Postal Telegraph office -at
Santa Fe, Mrs. Warner, the former
manager, having sold out her Inter
ests in the Cerrlllos line and retired.
S. Garvin has been transferred to
the railway mall service and his route
taken by C. N. Payne. The changes
take effect at once.
TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS
Wool Market.
.St. Loula, April 27. Wool firm, un
hanged. St. IxHiig Mrtal.
St. Iouis. ' April 27. Lead firm,
$1.15; spelter lower $4.90.
Money.
New York. April 27. Call mon-y
i(i 2 per cent; prime paper 3 4
per cent; Mexican dollars, 44c.
Stocks.
Amalgamated Copper 75
Atchison 108 Vi
pfd. , 103
New York Central 129H
Southern Pacific 143
Union Pacific 186
Cnited States Steel 53 H
pfd 114
t'lkicojro Livcj.tVk.
Chicago, April 27. Cattle 1.500.
.Steady. H. eves $4.63 6. SO; Texas
steera $4.40(ii 5.50; western steers
$4.35(i 5.50; stockers and feeders
$3.40'i 5.50; cows and heifers $2.00 ii
5.80; calv&rf $4. 00ci 6.00.
Hogs 9,000. :5c higher. Ught $6.S5
WHEAT
i!)uui
A breakfast food that will give satisfaction to
all. Of good flavor, nourishing and easily digested.
ifiifcv
"Keep Kool"
With one of our
Refrigerators
See our line before buying
and save money.
YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD $3
Furniture Co.
viaduct
7.25; mixed $6.95(8 7.40; heavy
$6.95 Cu' 7.40; rough $6.95 fa 7.10; pU
$5.70((i 6.75; bulk of sales $7.20 ii 7. 35.
Sheep 13,000. Strong Shade high
er Nutivc. $3.60 lie 6; western $3.60 (
yearling 6'ii-6.S0; lambs $5.50S 2j
western $5.50 8. 4 5.
Grain and I'rovl'-.loiis.
Chicago, April 27. Close:
Wheat May $1.21; July $1.08i.
Corn May 7 IVi I'd H ; July 69 Mi.
Oats May b6v; July 49.
Pork May $17.82; July $18.70
Lard May $10.35; July $10.50.
Ribs May $9.82 b; July $9.87.
KansHH City Uvchtook.
Kansas City. April 27. Cattle 8
000, Including 300 southerns, steady
Native steers $4.806.60; southern
steers $4.50(6.25: southern cows
$2.75 g 5; native cows "and heifers
I . z. 6 0 & 9 0 ; stocKers and feeuers .a.ia
' . .. . . . An . . .. pa
, s.bu; duiis 3 . 4 u '(1 o . z u ; calves a.uv
6.25; western steers $4.80 6.30
we stern cows $3.75 5.25
Hoga 16,000. Strong to 5 higher
Bulk of sales S6.70fri 7.20; heavy $
(0 7.23: packers and butchers $6.90 &
7.20; light $6.50 if; 7; pigs $56.50.
Sheep 9,000. Steady. Muttons $5.2
6.50; lambs $6.50ft8; wethers and
yearlings $4.75M'7.50; ewes $3.50',(t
5.90.
BIG POWER PLANT
IN COLFAX COUNTY
Territorial Fnsrineer Approves Appli
cation for Mow of the Ilayado
Itivcr.
Santa Fe. N. M., April 27. Terri
torial Engineer Vernon L. Sullivan
today approved the application of
George If. Webster of Cimarron for
the flow of the Rayado river In Col
fax county for a power proposition
that will develop 2,000 horse power
for use In the coal camps of Dawson
and Koehler and at Cimarron, The
plant will cost $45,000 and the water
will be piped three and one half miles,
assuring h ad of almost 2,000 feet.
Tin: iik;i i.au dividend.
New York, April 27. A regular
ouarteily dividend of 1 per cent on
preferred stock and one half per cent
en common ttotk was declared today
by directors of the Cnited State Steel
corporation.
FLAKE
ODD FELLOWS LODGE
OBSERVES ANNIVERSARY
Kxcvllcut Program Wan Given lVcforo
ltlg Audience Hiul tin? Oecaslun
Won lriorly (Vlcbratod.
Harmony lodge No. 1. Albuquerque
Encampment and Triple I. Ink Re
bckah lodge lust evening entertained
over 200 of their members and
friends with one of the best pro
Rratns ever attempted by any or
ganization In the city. The occasion
fur last evening's festivities was the
celebration of the ninetieth anniver
sary of the Independent Order of
Odd Fellows. The following pro
gram was creditably rendered:
Selection Musical Trio
Mr. Elsla smlth, harpist.
Prof. Cook, first violin.
Ernest Uerthold, second violin.
m al Solo "A Heart That's Free"
Robyn
Mrs. C. A. Frank.
Address of Welcome... B. A. Sleyster
Duet "Oh, That We Two Were
Maying'' Nevln
Mrs. C. A. Frank and Miss Hausman.
Harp Polo Selected.
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith.
Heading Selected
Mrs. A. j. Martin.
Vocul Solo "An Open Secret".,..
Woodman
Mra. Hausman.
Vocal Solo Selected
Mr. Forest Tartwright.
Miss Helen Pratt, accompanist.
Refreshments were served after the
rogrnm and a delightful social ses-
ion followed. During the evening
everal pleasing selections were ren-
ered by Mrs. Smith's orchestra.
In his address of welcome B. A.
leyster spoke at length on the new
building which Is goon to be erected
bv the Odd Fellows of this city at
cost of $25,000 and construction of
which will be commenced in the near
uture.
Odd Fellows throughout the coun
try yesterday celebrated the annlver-
iry. which was the anniversary of
the unification of Odd Fellowship in
this country.
Today Odd Fellowship In Its pres
ii t form exists not only in Europe
ml America but In every part of the
globe. It Is a little hard to estimate
Its exact strength. The Manchester
I'nity, the English branch, has a
million and a quarter members. The
American branch has n quarter of a
million more than that. Several au
thorities claim that there are in the
world not less than 3,000,000 Odd
Fellows, and there is no apparent
nason for disputing it.
BIG LAMB CROP IS
PREDICTED THIS YEAR
Sheepmen Are llusy at Their Cumm
ami ProsiMMtn Are ioHl for Sue
eeNhriil limbing Season.
This is the busy season for the
sheep raisers. It is the lambing sca
nt n, and all of the local raisers are
either In the field or engaged In get
ting their ranch outfits together. The
big outfit of Nathan Karth left Mon
day morning and the outfit of An
dreas Romero left last nijjtit. F. A.
Hubbell and Solomon Luna, probably
the largest raisers living here, have
been with their flocks for a month
past.
A large number of men are need
ed just now for the lambing, and the
demand for help will continue with
the shearing. The native villages of
the territory are deserted of male
residents at this time of year, either
taking care of their own flocks or
helping the larger owners.
The season so far has been very
favorable, and the indications are
that New Mexico will have another
big crop of lambs for the market this
fall.
DEATH VALLEY SCOTT
GOES BACK TO MINES
Man Who Took kite Fuxt Hide Across
the Continent Kays He Mectl. Hie
Money.
Walter Scott, the Death Valley
miner, jtpent two hours in the city last
night, while en route to Rarstow, Cal.
He wan .traveling on train No. 8 and
lounged around the station platform
for two hours while the train ws
waiting. He wore a dark suit of
clothes, with a broad brimmed black
hat, a costume much more modmt
than the one he paraded when mak
ing his famous ride across the coun
try three years ago. He did not evn
visit the buffet at the Alvarado.
From persons on the station li-s
inquired about the island district and
oth'T gold producing milling districts
of the country. He aid that he was
going back to Death Vnlley and make
another raise.
Seotty was credited recently with
having takn up a claim in South Da
kota with the Intention of quitting
mining "and making money."
HE WOULD PREVENT
WATER POWER MONOPOLY
Necrelury I la I II titer Determined id See
Tluit .Small Inventor Has 4'liuin-e
to Itetelop ll"urcc.
Washington, April 2". Secretary
Pullinger of the interior department
is determined if possible to prevent
monopolistic or speculative inter"-!
fn in ,-ecuring control of water power
s!tes and has instructed the rlir.-etor
of the g.-.logieal survey i inv. ftigate
f u.h natural resonre-s under publi-.'
domain outride the national ford's
not included within withdrawals for
Kiiamation purposes. The secretary
v. ill report the findings to Congress
with recommendations fur legislative
ailiun.
RAPID PROGRESS ON
FEDERAL BUG
Walk Are Ucl"g I Id and
Cart of Stwl Have
Arrived.
i-vrrnl
Two cars of steei, incluul ,
trusses for. use on the constr
the new federal building, nc
built, arrived in the city j
and are being hauled to the
today. A small army of br
ers have been brought to t
from Santa Fe and are alread.
engaged in erecting the wall-
roof
.on of
oelng
rday
unds
. lay
i city
uslly
C the
building. Superintending A. litect
Roberts stated this morning t i . t the
work on the building was progi using
rapidly and should all go well, the
walls will be above the fence, which
surrounds the grounds. In the course
of the next two weeks. The struct
ural terra cotta, which will form the
Interior walls, has also been approv
ed by the supervising architect at
Washington and will be placed In po
sition In the near future.
The now building will bo entirely
fire proof and when completed will
be one of the finest In the South
west. Owing te the limited appropria
tion granted for the building of this
structure, many of the elaborate
features as designed on the revised
plans of the building, have been mod
ified while some have been entirely
eliminated. Superintending Architect
Roberts states that an additional ap
propriation of $10,000 would be rwC-
essary to properly carry out the
plans as recently revised In AVash
ington. The two large entrances,
which were to have been elaborately
decorated, have, on 'account of lim
ited means, been greatly modified.
The corridors of the building have
also been simplified and while the
building will be spacious and mod
ern in every way, the decorative work
could be greatly improved upon and
made to correspond with the original
revised plans with an additional ap
propriation of $10,000.
WOMAN'S IDI1V OF
SIMMER COMFORT.
To every woman, especially the wo
man who keeps house, tho topic of
summer comfort In the home is one
of never-failing Interest.
This Is particularly true where
comfort In the kitchen is concerned,
as it is in this one room that the
most trying part of tho work is done,
such as cooking, baking, ironing, and
heating water for wash-day purposes.
Even in cool weather Buch work Is
not altogether welcome, but It be
comes drudgery on days when the
mercury is trying to Jump through
the top of the thermometer, aided by
o. hot stove that diffuses its almost
unbearable heat through tho kitchen.
Hot such days are past. With the
New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil
Stove, kitchen drudgery becomes kit
chen comfort, for this wonderful
stove is so constructed that It not
only produces quick results, but does
It all without perceptibly raising the
kitchen temperature.
All this means real comfort to the
woman who works In the kitchen, es
pecially when considered with the
added advantages in the saving of
time; in the doing away with all car
rying of coal, wood and ashce; In
having a stove that can bo turned on
or off, high or low, as required; and
in not having to keep it lighted when
not In use.
Then there is the saving of fuel to
be considered; and It is here also that
the New Perfection excels. Although
equipped with three burners It has
but one oil reservoir, thus reducing
three separate filling operations to
one.
Resides all this, the "New Perfection''
is the only oil stove built with a cab
inet top. Its commodious top shelf is
partlculary useful for warming plate
and keeDlns food hot after it Is
cooked. In addition there are two
drop shelves on which may be set the
teapot or coffee pot and small cook
ing utensils. Also has two racks for
holdimi towels.
Altogether the "New Perfection" l
a stove of wonderful utility. Its ex
tremely handsome appearance sets
off any kitchen to full advantage. It
is superior to the hot coal range no
matter what the point of comparison
may be or whether regarded as a
summer stove only or as a utove for
year-'round use.
Another household article of u.l
umul convenience is the Rayo Lamp,
a clentific8lly constructed lamp that
will adorn any room whether 11
brary, parlor, dining room or bed
room. The Rayo Lamp gives a mcl
low steady light that does not tire
the eye. Its center draft burner of
the latest design and its line porcelain
shade make It a lamp of combined
usefulness and beauty.
The New Perfection Wick Blue
Flame Oil Cook Stove and the Rayo
Lamp constitute two household ar
t'.cles that will meet any woman a
idea of homo comfort. In the thous
ands of homes In which they are al
ready used they are making things
cheerful because of their absolute
safety, great simplicity, and wonder
ful convenience.
o
XXIl' TORS IS MEXICO
MVY QllT WORK SOON'.
Kl Paso, April 27. A general walk
out of conductors on the National
lines of Mexico lias been decided
upon, according to railroad men run
ning from El Paso Into Mexico. The
management of the Mexico lines hus
refused to remove the inspectors
whose presence is objected to.
T.WvINU TESTIMONY IX
(iOVKRXMIAT Sl IT
Salt Luke City, Utah, April i!7.-
taking testimony In the suit brought
l.-y tin- federal government to dissolve
ilie alleged combination between the
i. :ilroads comprising the Harriman
t' m and other western roads for
i lie purpose uf huppre.--ting competi
tion west of the Mississippi river be-
ruii today.
Regulate tho bowels, promotes
easy natural movements, cures con
stipation Doan's Regulets. Ask your
druggist for them. 2i cents a box.
i uudor
l PORCH SHADES
308-310 West
i a
ss
YOU CAN'T MAKE A MISTAKE
BY BUYING YOUR
GARDEN TOOLS
& Poultry Wire
of us.
OUR GOODS AND PRICES ARE RIGHT
RAABE & MAUGER
HARDWARE
4444
Consolidated liquor Go.
EVERYTHING. IN OUR LINE
Writs for Illustrated Catalog and Price List
OFFICE AND SALES ROOM
121 and 123 North' First St. Phone 138
ALL THE
From the foundation to the shingle ojs the root, we are eeU
Ing Rulldlng Material Cheaper than 70a Iwve bought (m
nui yeore. Save at least M per oral and
BUILD NOW
Rio Grande Material Lumber Co.
PHONE a.
'OLD RELIABLE "
L. O.
I THE WHOLESALE GROCER
IFLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carries the Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Staple Groceries lu
the Southwest
FARM AJJD FREIGHT WAGONS
RAILROAD AVENUE
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Builders' and
Native and Chicago Lumber, Sherwlu-WUllaiua Paint Noaw
Balhilng Paper, plaster, Lime, Cement. Glass, Saab, Doom, Km.
J. C BALDRIDGE
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Vudor Porch
Shades
akea cool, shady, seclud
:d porch. They keep out
the sun, but let in the
breeze.
Vudor Porch Shades are
very durable, and will last
many seasons.
Vndor Torch Sliades are
just the thing for "boxing
in" porches or balconies
that are to be used a3 out
door sleeping or living
apartments.
All sizes carried in stock
only at
I
Central Avenue . j
115-117 North First Street
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WAY UP ..
CORNER THIRD AND MAttQUETTM.
ESTABLISHED 1873
PUTNEY
ALBUQUEKQUE, N. M.
Finishers Supplies
423 SOUTH FIRST
Pbeoe 811. tit W. Central Ave.

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