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ALHUQUEHQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1903.
SUCH A POOR MAN
By Harry G. Farmer.
The German emperor, with an In
come of nearly $5,000,000 a year, 1b
a poor man and has difficulty In mak
ing both ends meet. The kaiser Is
not personally exSiratagant, but he
has to support a large number of poor
relatives, and the pomp of German
court life Is a heavy drain on nls
Aa emperor of Germany the kaiser
does not receive a penny salary. As
king of Prussia, however, ho draws
an Income of $4,000,000, and he man
ages to pick tip another million as a
land owner. The kaiser owns eighty
three estates, comprising 250,000
acres, and Is the largest landed pro
prietor In Germany.
Some Of the land of the kaiser's
estates Is rented to farmers, but the
emperor carries on business on bs
own account In several parts of fhe
country. On his estate at Kadlnen.
In East Prussia, the kaiser runs pot
tery works' and brick kilns with some
degree of commercial success. On
the whole, however, his estates are
by no means bo profitable as they
ought to be. ' When the kaiser lets
land to farmers he charges rents
considerably less than those charged
by less exalted land owners In order
that he may be free from the re
proach of being a severe landlord.
The kaiser's workmen are paid ab
normally high wages and all his em
ployes receive liberal pensions in
their old age or In case of sickness,
The kaiser also provides liberally
for their widows and children out of
nls private purse.
Practically speaking, fhe German
emperor is thus obliged to live on
his Tdyal income of $4,000,000 pot
annum, which is altogether insuffl
clent for his requirements. The
kaiser has no personal extravagance
but Uvea a simple and strenuous life
of hard work and little luxury. He
spends little money on his table, for
the cuisine of the German Imperial
residence Is notorious for its inferior
Ity. The kaiser's cigars are not im
ported, but are made In Germany and
cost a fraction less Oian four cents
each. The cigarettes which the kni
eer smokes himself and offers to his
guests are equally inferior in quality
The kaiser is not a dandy and spends
little on his clothes. The horses be
rides are not expensive. lie is not a
Now that he Is married, the crown
prince will be surrounded by his own
court, comprising a marshal, a mas
ter of ceremonies, a master of horses,
a master of the hunt. Ionia In wait
ing, gentlemen In waiting, aides do
camp, and so forth. The mainte
nance of the crown prince's court-is
expected to cost the kaiser at least
$250,000 per annum.
His other sons are growing up, and
It will soon be necessary to provide
for them In the same way. There are
Ave of them, so that the prospect
cannot be attractive "to the Imperial
father whose financial worries will be
increased by the fact that the num
ber of Protestant princesses who
would be desirable consorts for his
sons by reason of their large dowries
Is extremely limited. The kaiser has
to maintain a separate court for
Prince Henry of Prussia, Prince Fred
crick Leopold of Prussia. Princo Al
brecht of Prussia, and the widowed
Princess Frederic Karl of Prussia.
His own court Is an extremely ex
pensive luxury. There Is a minister
of the Imperial house, a director or
the Imperial household, a director of
the royal archives, and four coun
D. J. Leahy to be Assistant U. 8.
Major W. H. H. Llewellyn, United
States district attorney, has appointed
Captain D. J. Leahy, at present clerk
of the Sixth Judicial district court, to
fco assistant United States attorney for
the district of New Mexico with office
In Las Vegas. This appointment has
pone to Washington and as soon as
approved by Attorney General W. H.
Moody, Cartain Leahy will resign his
position as clerk and assume the
duties of his new office. E. L. Medler,
who has been assistant United States
attorney for some years past, while W.
B. Chllders was United States attor
ney for New Mexico, will be retained
In that position by District Attorney
ILlewellyn, with office in Albuquerque.
It Is expected that upon receiving his
appointment as assistant United
8tates attorney, Captain Leahy will
t nm, i nin . i t-Tt , ,'tot) ii Wti A? ja?. AA
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I iwPR EVENT
VV, CANDY ciHARTICj i
IS EMPEROR WILLIAM
cillors of the royal household. There
is a president of heraldry, a senior
lord-in-walting, a court marshal, a
master of the hunt, a master of the
kitchen, a master of the royal cham
ber, a house marshal, a master of
the stables, a master of ceremonies
and numerous councillors attached to
all these departments.
The emperor has over twenty resi
dences, at each of which there Is a
commandant of the palace and an
other staff of court officials. The
empress is also surrounded by a large
suite of officials. In Berlin the kaiser
maintains three palnces. On the out
skirts of Berlin the kaiser has Belle-
vue palace and Charlottenburg castle.
M Potsdam the kaiser maintains his
own res.dence, the new palnce; his
summer residence, the Marble pal
ace; the Stadtschloss at Potsdam,
which will be the residence of the
crown prince, and Babelsberg castle,
which will be the summer residence
of the crown prince. All these house
holds require an annual expenditure
cf enormous sums.
The kaiser tiavels In the same
splendor as he lives at home. Wher
ever he goes he is accompanied by a
large suite of officers and gentlemen
and of household and court officials.
He takes his own carriages, his own
'dorses, his own coachman and
grooms, his own stable men, his sad
'""rs, his smiths, and so forth, with
Supposing the kaiser is In Berlin
and intends to journey to Welsbaden.
one hour befoie his departure the
furniture of his study la hastily pack
ed and conveyed to the station to
travel by the same special train as
the kaiser himself. Immediately af
ter the arrival at Welsbaden the fur
niture Is unpacked and taken as rap-
i.lly as possible to the kaiser's rest
donee there, while he himself is
exchanging rivilitlea on the platform
Soon after the arrival In the palace
r.t Welsbaden he finds, his study ex
actly ns It was in Berlin. Travel on
this scale costs large sums, for the
nuppror pays the same rates as or
ilinary passeneers for himself, for
his suite and For bis luggage.
The kaiser's foreign journeys are
ft ill more expensive. During his re
rent Mediterranean trip the kaiser
rave away 80 ditmond rings, 150
diamond pins, 33 necklaces, 30 gold
watches, 100 golden cigarette cases
and 20 other articles of jewelry. The
whole Mediterranean trip Is said to
liave cost over $300,000. The cost of
the kals'r's Journey to Palestine six
years ago exceeded $500,000.
Apart from his expenditure for pur
poses of royal display the kaiser de
votes a large sum every year to the
encouragement of ait and the drama,
He is continually ordering tnonu
merits to be erected at his own ex
pense and frequently buys pictures
lor presentation to public galleries.
The kaiser maintains the Royal
opera he use and the Royal theater
in Berlin and the Royal theater at
Wiesbaden at his own expense. The
primary Idea is to elevate and en
courage the diama and at Hip same
time to make profits if possible. All
tnree theaters work at a loss.
With nil these financial burdens
tiie kaiser Is unable to make both
ends meet on his Income and h
been obliged" to borrow money. The
kaiser has never borrowed from Prus
sian nol lemen. but only from great
commercial magnates and millionaire
manufacturers, Including the late
Herr Krupp and Director Ballln, of
me namourg-Amerlcan line.
resign and that Charles P. Downs, who
has been for a year and a half deputy
clerk of the Sixth Judicial district, will
le appointed by Judge Edward A.
Mann to succeed Captain Leahy.
Commutation of Sentence.
In accordance with the established
custom, namely, to grant a pardon to
a deserving convict on the Fourth of
July, Christmas Day and New Year
day of each year, Governor Otero on
Tuesday, July 4th, 19(15, commuted the
sentence of William H. MeOinnls to a
term of ten years. McGinnls was
sentenced at the October. 18b, term
of the Fourth Judicial district court
for Colfax county to serve a life sen
tence for murder in the second de
gree. The sentence was commuted
because of the exemplary conduct of
tho prisoner during his five and one
half years of imprisonement, and as
he had caused no trouble to the au
thorities In that time. Under the com
mutation McGlnn!8 will be liberated
on the 10th of October, 1909.
.1 n AT f
FIX TAX LEVIES
Levies for City Purposes Not
Increased, but County
TO REFUND THE BOND ISSUE
The board of county commissioners
of Bernalillo cot'iity lias fixed tho
tax levies for terrilorinl, county,
schooi and city purposes for the pres
ent year. The levies for city and city
school purposes are not increased.
The territorial levy H increased from
14 to 15 mills, the levy for general
county purposes Is Increased from
IH'.fc mills to 23 mills.
Tho cause for this Increase Is due
to ihe sheriffs ncc.intil, the court fund
ami the flood and bridge bills. Of the
mlils Increase In the taxes for gen
eral county purposes, 3 mills Is made
by the board In accordance with a
law passed by the lecent legislature,
which provile3 a levy of 3 mills in
counties of the first class for the pur
pose of providing funds for feeding
Tho other 36 mills Is due to a levy
of one-tenth of a mill to provide funds
for the trans-terrllorlal highway; for
the court fund where an Increase was
necessary to meet expenses, and an
Increase In the bridge fund levy to
pay for repairs made to the bridge and
the building of the Alameda dyke.
The board also decided to under
take the refunding of $70,000 of county
bonds outstanding, being two Issues of
1895. One is for $3,500 and the other
for $64,000. It is believed that both of
these bond issues can be reissued at
a lower rate of Interest and steps, to
this end were orderd taken.
The order of the bonrd, giving the
levies and their purposes in detail.
Is as follows:
It Is ordered by the board of county
commissioners of Bernalillo county
that the assessment roil for the year
1905, as revised and corrected by the
board. Is hereby approved.
The territorial auditor, having certl.
fled to -this board that he has levied
a tnx of fifteen mills on the dollar of
all the taxable property of the terri
tory, in accordance with Section 19
of Chapter 112 of the Laws of 1905,
It. Is further ordered by the board that
such tax be extended on the tax list
In the same manner as other taxes.
It Is further ordered by the board
that there are hereby levied for the
various county purposes specified the
following taxes upon each dollnr of
taxable property In the county of Ber
Kor common school purposes, ns
levied by the territorial auditor, two
For current county expenses, five
For court fund, five mills.
For general road fund, one-half of
For courthouse repair fund, for the
purpose of repairing court bouse and
Jail, three-fourths of one mill.
For brldgo fund, two and four-tenths
For fund to pay judgment, o
fourth of a mill.
For the Camlno Real fund, o
tenth of one mill.
For boarding of prisoners' fund
For Interest on refunding bonds of
1901, three and one-quarter mills.
For interest on and sinking fund for
bonds of 1891, one mill.
For Interest on and sinking fund for
bonds of 1892, one mill.
For Interest on bonds of 1895, one
and one-half mills.
For Interest on bonds of 1897, one
and one-nuarter mills.
Total of levies for county and school
purposes, twenty-five mills.
The following taxes having been
'evled pursuant to law by the city
council of the city of Albuquerque up
on each dollnr of taxable property
within the limits of said city, ns ap
pears by the certificate of the clerk of
said city, on file in the office of the
clerk of this board. It is ordered that
fhe same be extended on the tax list
In the same manner that other taxes
are extended, to-wit:
For general city purposes, eight and
For maintenance. Improvement and
care of public parks within city limits
one-haif of one mill.
For maintenance and conduct of the
free public library owned and con
ducted by the city of Albuquerque
three-quarters of a mill.
For construction of city hall, one
For interest on $50,000 sewer bonds,
refunded 4's, one mill.
For Interest on refunding bonds, 4's
seven-tenths of a mill.
For Interest on refunding bonds, 5's
one and eight-tenths mills.
For interest on viaduct bonds, 5's,
one half of a mill.
Total of city levies, fifteen mills.
The board of education of the city
of Albuquerque having, In accord
ance with law, levied the following
taxes on each dollar of all property
within the district which Is taxable
for school purposes, which levies have
been approved by the city council of
said cltv, It is further ordered thnt
the same bo placed on the tax roll, to
be collected by the collector the same
an other taxes, to-wit:
For general expenses of the city
schools for the ensuing year, seven
ami one-half mills.
For lnfprest on bonds, two and one
It Is further .ordered by the board
that the following taxes upon specified
classes of property, or upon property
In specified parts of the county, are
hereby levied, to-wlt:
Fot cattle lndemuity fund, one-half
of one mill on each dollar of value of
all csttle In the county.
For use of the cattle sanitary boarl
upon the order of the governor, terri
torial treasurer and auditor acting as
such board, two mills upon each dol
lar of the assessed valuation of all
cattle In the county.
For sheep sanitary board, In pur
suance of certificate from territorial
auditor, five mills on the dollar of the
assessed value of all sheep.
For the wild animal bounty fund,
three mills on the dollar of tho as
sensed value of all horses, bovine cat
tle, sheep and goats that may bg found
in the county.
YOUNC MANHOOD BACK
Are you going to keep on the way
you arc weak, powerless, hopeless
Or shall the great Man Medicine
give you once more the Riisto of joy
ful satisfaction, tho pulse and throb of
physical pleasure, the keen senso or
man sennation, the luxury of life, the
and snap of body power and comfort
Man Medicine does that.
It makes man mighty In man
strength and man force. It restores
the nbility of youth cures nervous
debility and man weakness.
ion feel again the glow and gleam
of lively living.
J no proof test of Man Medicine is
yours to prove and try without a dol
lar or a cent to pay. Wn sent it free
plain wrapper scaled prepaid
It will do what you want. It to do.
Man Medicine docs what man medi
cine should do.
It makes men real men man-like
man-powerful refreshes tho wcll-
snrlnps of body sources and keeps
Your name alone, and where to send
tho Man Medicine, that Is a'.l you have
to do or send or ask. We send It free
to every discouraged one of tho man
INTERSTATE REMERY COMPANY
Luck Bldg., Detroit, Michigan,
For the county f'.ood fund, two mills
on the dollar of the assessed value of
ill property situated within five miles
of the Rio Grande In the county.
RECEIVER'S NOTIC EOF HEARING
Notice Is hereby given that on
Saturday, July 15th, A. D. 1905, at 10
Veloek In the forenoon of said day,
it the office of B. F. Adams, In roomt
i and 10 of the Cromwell block, cor
ner of Gold avenue and Second street
in the city of Albuquerque, county of
Bernalillo and territory of New Mex
co, the undersigned receiver will, in
accordance with tho Judgment of the
:ourt proceed to hear and determine
claims and accounts ajeainst tho New
Mexico Stone Manufacturing com
pany. All persons having claims
igainst said company are hereby no
tified to appear before said receiver
nd said time and place and prove
their accounts and claims against the
New Mexico Stono Manufacturing
company. Any person or persons
firm or corporation aggrieved by the
leclslon of the receiver in tho allow
ince or rejection of any claims must
Tiako their objections before the dls
trlct court of Bernalillo county, with
in twenty days after the report of the
receiver Is filed.
NICK METZ, Receiver.
B. F. ADAMS, -attorney for receiver
Office, postofflce, Albuquerque, N. M
Albuquerque, N. M July 1, 1905.
NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S SALE.
notice is hereby given that on
Friday, the 14th day of July, A. D
1903, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of
said day, nt No. 9h5 South Fourth
st:eet, in the city of Albuquerque
couuty of Bernalillo and territory of
New Mexico, tho undersigned re
ecivcr will sell at public auction tc
tho highest and best bidder for cusl
in hand, all property, effects, right
and franchises of the New Mexico
Stono Manufacturing company. The
following machinery will also bo sold
Two Ftone manufacturing machines
about sixteen end pieces; about elgh
teen side pieces; about, eighteen cast
ings, nit ofis, etc., ami about S00
nam propeny can bo reon at any
time by seeing the receiver, who will
take pleasure in exhibiting It to all
prospective purc'haseis or bidders.
B. F. ADAMS, attorney for receiver,
NICK MiOTZ, Receiver,
uttlee, postoftlce. Albuquerque. N. M
Albuquerque, N.. M July 1, 1905.
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
ticket! bought, sold and exchanged.
are caused by Indieestlon. If you est a
little too much, or if you are subject to
attacks of Indigestion, you hava ro doubt
had shortness of breath, rapid heart beats,
heartburn or palpitation cf the heart.
Indigestion causes the stomach to
expand swell, and puff up acainst the
heart. This crowds the heart and inter
feres with its action, and in the courts of
time the heart becomes diseased.
digests what you eat. takes the strain off
of the heart, and contributes nourishment,
strength and health to every organ of the
body. Cures Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Sour
Stomach, Inflammation of the mucous
membranes lining the Stomach and Diges
tive Tract, Nervous Dyspepsia and Catarrh
of the Stomach.
Ann Mtlnr, iry food would dlstrus mt by m&ktng
mt hert ptipitai nd I would bcom tr Hi
Finally I cot bolt,, of Kodol and u tv m Immr
MRS. LORINO NICHOLS, Pnn Yin, H. Y.
I had temaehttouMa and was In bid stata at I
kad haait troubla wnh it. I lock Kodol Dyipapus
Cur lot about lour mooUit or d it eural ma.
O. KAUBL2, Nayada. O.
Digests What You Eat
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SANTA FE CUT-OFF
ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA
MUCH GOSSIP AND MANY GUESS
ES. BUT NOTHING AUTHORITA
TIVE. While for several months there has
been a great amount, of talk and con
jecture among railroad men and oth
ers as to the probable route of the
California cut. off now tinder construe-
ion by the Santa Fe west from Wlck-
onburg, Arizona, there has never been
an authoritative announcement made,
savs the San Bernardino Sun.
When tho subject was first broach
ed It was thought the line, after crossi
ng the Colorado river at I'arker, In
the extreme southeast corner of San
Bernardino county, would tnke a
northwest course and Join the present
main line near Bagdad or possibly a
.11 tie to tho east of that point. An
other guess was that It, would join tho
present line at Barstow.
But from information that has leak
ed out It Is believed the routo that
.vill bo taken by the cut off has not
yet been guessed, but thnt It will bo
almost straight west from Parker
along the south line of San Bernar
dino county to tho mountains, thence
northwest, striking the present line
near Vlctorvllle or Hesperla.
It is a known fact that many years
ago a line was surveyen over inis
route and that it Is a very feasible one
from every point of view, the grades
being small nnd the line running
through a country that is filled with
resources for development of railroad
Tho line on this route will run along
the foot of the north side of the San
Bernardino mountains where there Is
a great opportunity for the develop
ment of a considerable agricultural
district. It then strikes on east into
the desert country, tapping the Dry
Lake region, passes near Dnic, and
through other fields rich In mineral
The line from Parker to Vlctorvllle
or Hesperla would be almost straight
and will greatly old In shortening the
distance on the Santa Fe's overland
route, as It will cut off something like
40 miles of the distance now traveled
by the overland trains from Barstow
Belief among railroad men who are
close to the management Is that the
new line as outlined above and
through Phoenix, Arizona, and over
the Helen cut off In New Mexico, will
be used for the road's fastest trains,
owing to the shorter lines nnd mini
mum grades nearly all the way.
NOW IS THE TIME FOR HYOMEI
FAR EASIER TO CURE CATARRH
NOW THAN AT ANY OTHER SEA
SON. Now Is the time to use Hyomel
when the eariy summer days make it
so easy to cure catarrhal troubles,
Tho Hyomel treatment, breathed for
a few minutes three or four times a
day In May or June, will do good twice
as quickly as It did in January, and
nearly everyone knows that used
faithfully then. It completely rids the
system of catarrh.
Tho complete Hyomel outfit costs
but one dollar, and consists of a neat
Inhaler thnt can be carried In tho
purse or vest pocket and will last a
lifetime, a medlclno dropper, and a
bottle of Hyomel. .Extra bottles of
Hyomci can be procured, if desired,
for fifty cents.
J. H. O'Rielly & Co., give their per
sonal guarantee with every Hyomel
outfit they sell to refund tho money If
it does not give satisfaction. There
Is no risk whatever to tho purchaser
LONG SEARCH FOR
Mrs. John Oarrity, who resided in
Silver CI l y and Mogollon a number ot
years ago, passed through the city
Wednesday on her way to the latter
place wnero she will make her home
In ihe future with a married daugh
ter, says the Silver City Enterprise.
Mrs. (iarrity has jus! icuirned from
Mexico, where she has been since laid
November, endeavoring to lo.ate tin
body o!' her husband who was killed
last f;:l'. in tne pursuit of his duties
as locomotive engineer. Mrs. (iarri
tl's -eareh was finally crowned with
sncci ss and slu- had the body disin
! erred nnd brought to the United
States for burial. Mr. Oarrity wob
formerly employed on the Santa Fe
system in New Mexico.
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when
I w:is Ki' fr m'.Ii typhoid fever uml kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annlo Hunter,
of rittnlnusr, l'n., "and when I got bet
ter, although 1 had one of the best doc
tors 1 could Bet, 1 was bent double, and
hml to rest my hajida on my knees
when I walked. From this terrible ar
llli'tiun 1 was rescued by Klectrlo bit
ters, which restored my health aiat
Htrenirth, and now I can walk as
straight ns ever. They are simply won
Mi rful." ?tinrntped to cure stomach,
liver nnd klilnry disorders; ut nil drug
Ktsts. l'rlcu C0c.
I'rof. William Heine. v, who for the
past three years has held the posi
tion of su;t rintf ndent of the Raton
city schools, leaves shortly with his
family for Farmlngtnn. X. M., where
if he Is pleased with the country, he
may decide to locate. The schools
of Raton have been very satisfactory
!u;ing Mr. Heiney's incumbency.
I'rof. V. H. Docker, who for two
years past ';i;s been superintendent
of the Callup schools, has been tleet
d t ) succeed I'rof. Heiney.
Found a Cure for Dyspepsia.
Mrs. 8. Lindsay, of Fort William,
Ontario. Canada, who has Buffered Quits
a number of years from dyspepsia ans
ereut pains In th stomach, waa advla4
tr her riruifglRt to taka Cbambcrlaln's
Stomach and I.lver Tablets. Bh did M
and says, "I tlnd that they haj don
me a great deal of good. J hav never
hud any milTerlna- since t heaan islns
them." It troubled with dyspepsia a
IndlKestlon why lu,t t ike theae vaiiieta.
ret well and stay well? For sal by ti)
Henry D. Thacl.fr. a brother of
Char.'es Thacker, of Raton, and a res
ilient of Colfax count v from 1S72 till
ISM), waa shot and killed at his home
In Syracuse. Kan., a short time ago.
He lived after being shot, about an
hour, and was able to tell the name
ol his inuiderer.
Notes All classified advertisements
or rather "liners" one cent a word
for each Insertion. Minimum charge
for any classified advertisements, 13
cents per Issue. In order to Insure
proper classification all "liners"
should be left at this office not later
than 3 o'clock, p. m.
WANTED Three painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WAVl'KI) A good seamstress. Ap
ply Monday morning, 313 West
W'ANTF.I) Three carpenters, at
Broadway and Marquette. Apply to
WANTF.D Voung man. stenographer,
In country store. Knowledge ol
Spanish helpful. Apply, W. B. C.
WANTED- Competent woman for
plain cooking and general house
work. Inquire Matthews' Jersay
WANTK1J Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First etreet,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
FOR KENT Furnished rooms. Apply
to Siinnyside, old town.
FOR RENT Ciood saloon location;
furnished looms attached; bar, fix
tures, etc., included; also furniture.
Address, X. V. Z.
FOR RENT Two very cool, pleasant
looms tor light housekeeping, or
sleeping rooms for men. Mrs. H. E.
Rutherford, 113 Iron avenue.
FOR RENT Three, four, five and
ton room house. W. H. McMillion
Real Estate dealer, 211 West Gold
FOR RENT Rooms for light house
keeping. Inquire 524 West Railroad
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very desireable for party of young
nun. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or en3iilto, with tahle
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms
for light housekeeping cheap for tin
summer. Apply 110 Coal ave, easi
end of viaduct, Mrs. E. K. Norrls
FOR SALE Furniture of a three-
room house; range, sideboard and
dishes. Call at 218 West Silver
avenue from 1 to 4 afternoons or
mornings 9 to 12.
FOR SALE Sis octave organ. In
good repair. Apply at 221 South
FOR SALE One pair work mules,
wagon and harness. Inquire Clti
West Coal avenue.
LOST Black chiffon fan, trimmed
with gilt spangles and pearl han
die. Return to The Economist and
receive suitable reward.
A WEALTHY American girl want
a kind husband to relieve her ol
business eaies. No objections to a
poor man of good reputation. Ad
dress Clay, t'.J Soma Ada, Chicago
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rlt';incn, soothe nntl heals
tho disrtwrt liu'tnlTitiso.
It curi'B catarrh at'd d riv t-j
ftwny & cold iu the hcatl
Cream Halm i phec! into t:u- nottr.N.Pprcailf
over the incmhrunu ui.il it uhKorU'il. Kclicf !m
mot'ialo HtHi a Cure rohcu ! t Is not drvwir (lor
!Mt nrr-tluro in c.ir.. I..ir- s;f;rt flo cento at 1'ru1
giWt or hy mail ; Trial Size, lucent.
1XY I'.KOTHKKS, MS War n Street. New Voit
Money to Loar
cn Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horse
Wagons and other Chattels; also or
SALARIES ANT) WAREHOUSE RE
L'EIPTS, us low as 110.00 and as hlri
a $200,000. Loans are quickly mal
and strictly private. Time: On
month to one year given. Goods to re
main in your possession. Our rate
are reasonable. Call and see us before
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
fctcaniship tickets to and from al
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bblg.,
305 West Railroad Ave.
W A AT T H D
Wonder why people worry this hot
weather, when they should place
their troubles with us. Ve secure po
sitions as well as find positions,
WE WANT AT ONCE
2 wajtresses, 2 waiters, one good cook
(?or out of city), 1 second cook, 1
dishwasher, 1 chamber maid, 2 girls
for housework, 3 painters, man to
take charge of horses, man to wash
wagons, teamsters, (for city work),
teamsters FOR GRADE WORK, team
sters for lumber camp, laborers,
bridije carpenters, bridgo helpers all
A first-class man for ranch work,
(good pay), 6 stone masons, (steady
position, out of city). These positions
do not last long. Come early and get
For railroad work teamsters and la
borers. The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
110 South Second street.
All kinds of fresh and salt
Meats. Steam Sausage Factory.
MASONIC BUILDING, N. TMBD ST. .
B. A. SLEYSTER
ROOM 5, CROMWELL- BLOCK.
Automatic Telephone. 174.
Smoke the White Lily Cigar
113 1-2 W. Railroad Ave.
Established In 1882.
F, G. PRATT & GO.
Sola Agents for Casino Canned
Goods., Jas. Heekln & Co's Coffees,
Imboden's Granite Flour.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
214 South Second Street.
HHIsboro Creamery Butter Best on
flMON BALLING, Proprietor.
Successor to Railing Bros.
WEDDING CAKE A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage, and we
guarantee first-class baking
:U7 S. First Street, Albuquerque
Fresh Momo M ado Candioa m Bpoe
lalty....lco Croam Mado In Any
Quantity tor Parties, etc.
C. P. Schutt,
AND SOFT DRINKS
Second Door North of P. O.
Rankhi & Co
Automatic Phone 411.
Room 10, N. T. Armljo RulKlnt.
0. BAMBINI HAS OPENED BUSI
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
I nave opened a inercnint tailoring
tbl!shment upstairs orer No. 201
'Vest Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage, ot the general puhllc.
Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned,
jressed and repaired. The specific 1
i se will nut Injure the cloth. Ladles'
garments also cleaned, and walking
iklrts made to order. Fit guaran
teed. Have had 15 years' experience
in this city. Give me a trial.
NOTICE OF EXECUTOR.
Notice is hereliy given that the ex
ecutor, Jose K. Chaves, was on the Sih
day of June, A. 1). 11KJ5. duly ap
pointed by the Honorable Probate
Court in and for Valencia county, Now
.Mexico, executor of the estate of Fel
ipe Chaves, deceased, late ot Helen,
Valencia county, New Mexico.
All persons having claims against
tho said estate of Felipe Chaves, de
ceased, are hereby notified and re
luired to present the snrne within the
rime required by law. Also all per
sons indebted to said estate are hereby
notified to forthwith call upon the un
lerslgned to pay the same.
JOSK P. CHAVES.
Executor of the estate ot Felipe
Delen, N. M., June 12. 1905.
AVISO DE EJECUTOR..
Aviso es xir est as presentes dado, que
el abajo firntadojose E. Chaves, fue en
el dia 8 de Junio, A. V. K)u5. deblda
nunte nombrado por la Honorable
Corte de Prucbas del Condado de Va
lencia, Nuevo Mexico, Ejecutor del
estado de Felipe Chaves, difunto, ultl
niauuiiro del Condado do Valencia,
Todus las personas quo tengan re
clamos eu contra de dicho estado da
Kelipe Chaves, difunto, son por estas
presentes requerldas y notlflcadas de
prtsentar las nilsmas dentro del
tU'inpo requerido por ley. Y tamblen
todas las personas quo deban a dlc'ao
estado son por eitas presentes no
titicadas de ininedistamente pagar las
mismas al abajo rlrmado.
JOSK E. CHAVES,
Ejecutor del Ettado de rVllpe Chaves,
Helen, N. M., Junio 12 de 1903.
DOES YOUR COFFEE 6UIT YOUt
CHASE & SANDBORN'S AT MA-