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ALBUQUEUOUE EVENING ClTIZEy
. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1905. 'A
FRANCE NOT LIKELY TO ELECT
A PRESIDENT LIKE ROOSEVELT
l'aris. Nit. Ifi. To judge from
outward evidences, no one couhl pos
sibly guess that France is to have a
now president In three months at the
latest. The electioneering, the speech
making, the newspaper activity, the
genera! animation which proclaim
American presidential elections for
months in advance, are singularly ab
sent here. Perhaps tlie reason Is that
In America the people choose their
president, while in France It Is done
by the two houses of parliament,
In Joint session. And while the pub
lic Is taking quietly what It Is power
less to prevent, there Is no doubt In
parliamentary circles a vast amount
When the new French president is
to be elected to succeed Emlle I.oubet.
all the member of both senate and
chamber meet at what Is called the
congress of Versailles, or else tuo na
tional assembly. Since there are 681
deputies and 300 senators, less than
900 men are intrusted with the re
sponsibility of electing the president
of France. Their decision is abso
lutely without recall.
4 4 i
Presidents of France.
Thiers (1870-73), resigned In 4
MacMahon (1873-79), resigned 4
after break with royalist, friends. 4
Orcvy (1879 85), served out
Orevy (1885 87), resigned un- 4
THE CANDIDATES FOR PRESIDENT OF THE FRENCH REPUBLIC
Carnot (1887-94), assassinated.
Casimlr Perler (1894-95), re-
signed after clash over power.
Faure (1895-99), died In orfice.,
Lou bet (1899-06), the incuni- 4
Although there is in the constitu
tion no provision to that effect, there
is a tradition that the new president I
shall be a member of parliament. I
Therefore, unless there is some party j
now more In power than Is supposed,
the likeliest men to become the next
president of France are Fallleres,
president of the senate; Doumer, j
president of the chamber: and Ber
teaux. the minister of war. Two ex-j
presidents of the chamber and ex-j
premiers also are mentioned Bour-
geois and Brisson. j
A Possible Kooseveit.
Doumer Is recognized as the
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and he has friends In all political par- things running their normal course,
.ties. But the great trouble with Dott- seems to stand a better chance than
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MRS. SIMPSON'S AGED
WIFE OF FORMER CONGRESSMAN
HAS A HEAVY BURDEN TO BEAR
not l.e punished for past offenses. The
MOInLK lJ UtaUiter of this agreement, but he did the
spirit of It by demanding that they
come In and be punished for what
they had done to him. A detail of
ten soldiers wis sent from Fort Win
gate, but Colonel Iiavls is of the opin
ion that the agent can use the In
dian police to make arrests much
more effectively than the soldiers can
There has not been any trouble
with the Navnjos In forty years. They,
are rich In herds and given to peace
ful Industries like blanket and basket
making and they are not going on a
raid. Colonel Davis has been on m
frontier for a quarter of a century
and knows the red men well.
.Mrs. Jerry Simpon. wife of th
late Jerry Simpson, of Hoswell, has
had a double boithw, a double bur
den to bear, for only a few days alter
the death of her hu-l'""d occurred the
death of her aged mother, Mrs. Cape,
who lived at llolton, Kansas, but had
gone to Topeka foi a visit. Arriving
there on Sunday slie was stricken
with paralysis on the following Tues
day and lived ten days. Her death
occurred at Christ's hospital, Topeka.
.Mrs. Cape was eighty-two years old,
and leaves besides Mrs. Simpson, a
daughter at Holton and a Bon in Mih
Igan City, Ind. The funeral occurred
at Holton, from the home of the de
Mrs. Simpson han returned to Kos
well from Holton and Wichita, to close
up her business interests. She will
live at Wichita, having bought prop
erty there. She wilL sell her inter,
ests at Roswell, but at no sacrifice.
Roswell people extend to Mrs.
Simpson their kindest sympathy.
THE NtW PRESBYTtRY
OF PECOS VALLEY
WAS ORGANIZED AT ROSWELL
AND COMPRISES FIVE COUN
nafrimraa ami 1 1 I-1 fl tt III fl nntlonfll 1)1-
best!aoe at an annual cost to the pe.iph
r.risson was Identified with the na
tional assembly of 1S71 and has been
.,mei i mwi"u i...- thprp m,ht ... .ne fore of French politics ever
lonial governor l-ranee nas ever, '' - , nth hWPVP, are closely
and under his administration e no PreMet -.-"- r" ,h " ho of ant.re.
ndo-China was made, enduringly neerK .lous measures, and since pacific
rs- .i:',r z:,:tz : ......r l t.on is ow beng sought. th8 wm
nt against tnem.
gent and fearless man. If he were
elected president, he might try to do
something. Now parliament prefers to
appoint a man who will content him
Berteaux, the minister or war,
stands a chance, being enormously
wenlthv. His supporters were sum-
Loubet May Resign.
Manv politicians say that Iubet
will yet resign in order to perpetuate
thP Traditions of the office and also
to avoid complications with a double
presidency, the statutes making the
new and oiu presiuenis
liii minicrpr rernia or rue
i t m . . . .1 . " j r i A..ira overlnii. Furthermore, general eiec-
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up iur sisumurir. . lie iuu..id .nnu,ign uc .nj ' i i i l0m,.rc nH nnnnlar
Bourgeois reformed the educational votes ior me ""i" isuw
1 system In France and was me ukic- n.a.
gate to The Hague convention, and president would be disturbed
president have been so narrowea
down now that save for pardoning
criminals and receiving visiting po
tentates and driving about in gala
TOWNS MAKING MONEY
JUDGE RICHARDSON CITES TWO
INSTANCES WHERE MUNICI
PALITIES ARE MAKING MONEY
ON WATER PLANTS.
WHY ZION BELIEVES
IN LARGE FAMILIES
"Some of the opposers to the muni
cipal ownership of a city water plant
base their decision In the matter on
the iel!ef that such plants cannot be
managed successfully, or that mis
management will be found either in
the city officials or the managers
themselves," said Judge G. A. Rich
ardson, to the Roswell Register the
other day. "But I want to give two
Instances," .continued the Judge,
"where I have bad direct knowledge
on this question recently, that go to
show that this belief is not well founded.
General Counsel Barnes, ofDowie's Colony, How
ever, Denies One-Child-a-Year Story.
BY V. V. BARNES,
General Counsel for Zlon.
I very much regret that In some
way a report got Into the papers,
which may- be known aa the "Ouo-Child-a-Year"
story. The fact la, the
report was wholly false.
There Is very likely no place where
woman holds a more exalted position,
n nrhura nhlMrun urn KhOWfV ft! OTP,
The city of Los Angeles, last year ,ove and attentlon than here in Zlon
rxpeuoea, Clty However, large families are en
couraged, vet nothing of course ex
pected that would unreasonably en
danger the life or happinness 01 me
It la our experience that the fam-
netted, over and above all
1700,000 on its water plant.
"The city of Richmond. Va.. netted
above all expenses last year $300,000
on Its combined water and gas plant.
And the people of these two towns got
their water at very reasonable rates,
too. That does not look like mis
management does It?
"And another thing," said the
Judge, "Denver's water plant cost $3,
000,000, and the man who got the
franchise floated the bonds In London
for 19,0110,000. Thus the people of
Uenver are paying the interest on $9,
000,0110 instead of $3.0(10.000.
"One more point," said the ludee.
"The people here could begin to nay
the interest on $50,000 or $100,000
In bonds over a period of thirty year
better than pay exhorbitanl water
rates In all that time to a private com
pany, and then In five, ten, fifteen or
twenty years, pay a great sum to get
back the franchise. Meanwhile the
reduction in insurance rates w ould al
most pay the Interest on the bonds."
Hies with children, and the large fam
Hies especially, are peculiarly blessed
In the Providence of God.
It may be truly said with reference
to this report, that all those uou-ior
bidden practices employed so gener
ally In many places, and that prove a
curse In many Instances to entire na
tions, are strongly denounced here as
The fact 1b. that obedience to the
Law of God as set forth In the Scrip
tures, tends not only to the increase
of the race, but to the healtnrutness
nf th Deoule eenerally. and of the
mothers In particular. Ours is
happy people, and the children bright
The organization of the Presbytery
of the Pecos Valley has been finished
and the visiting preachers and laymen
have left for their respective homes,
says the Roswell Register. The or-, Reno.
gauizatlon was started 1 uesday night teachers
Brock and Feagans
IMPORTING AND MANUFACTURING
Our illustrated Fall and Winter Catalog No. 16 is now ready for
mailing and will be sent free uin requost.
Discriminating purchasers who desire to be shown the very best
vnd latest productions in jewelry should not fail to write for it.
Every article sent subject to approval.
All shipping charges are paid by us.
Comparison of prices always welcome.
LOS ANGELES, CAL.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS ,
November 14 -George B. Summers
to Mrs. Nellie Shope. lot C, block 1,
r. w Lewis Highland addition, $1.
November 14 Charles Umfleet and
wife to JoTin L. Davis, lots 11 and 12,
block 19, Eastern addition, $350.
November 15 Broadway Land ana
Improvement company to Anthony
Beimer and wife, lot 1, block 1, East
ern addition, $500.
November 15 V. E. Iame, special
master, to Bank of Commerce, lots
22, 23 and 24, block 11. New Mexico
Town company's addition, $8,100.
These latter three lots form a very
desirable piece of property at the cor
ner of Railroad avenue and North
D. E. ClfVINGFB, sw cosirsctor
Contract taken for Cement-Stone Houses and foundation.
A house built of this material Is warmer In winter and cooler in
summer than a brick house, and is cheaper than good brick.
Foundations for frame houses cheaper than common rubble
stone. Let ma figure with you. Drop a card and I will call.
CORNCR WALT ANO 0ANTA BTBCTB
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TEACHERS MARRY SU FAST
THAN SCHOOLS CLOSE
Nev., Nov. 1G. So many
In the Nevada public
when a general meeting was held at schools have married recently that a
which Rev. C. E. Lukens, pastor of targe number have been compelled to
the local church, gave the sermon oi close, and the matter of getting oth
the evening, and other ministers took ers to take their places seems a very
shorter Darts in thi service.
The new Presbytery was ueciarea
withdrawn from the former organiza
tion, of which it was a part, and the i
new Presbytery formed, in accord
ance with the order of the last Syn
od, Rev. John Meeker, of Portales,
was elected moderator for one year.
Wednesday morning a business
meeting was held, at which all the
For some years the state board of
education has been troubled with a
scarcity of teachers and with con
stant resignations after short terms
of service, approaching marriage be
ing the alleged cause. Women are
scarce in Nevada and the comely
young school "marms are eageny
sought as matrimonial partners by
KEFP YOUR HORSE COMFORTABLE
Cold Weather Mean
Horse Blankets and Lap Rob is
We have them in all klndt aru
price. SPECIAL LOW PRICEt
NOW, a we bought a large quantity
direct from the factory.
J. KORBER & CO.
Corner of First Street and Copper
Avenue, Albuquerque, N. M.
questions that will have to be solved the men of this state. It was at one
by the new Presbytery were discuss- time decided to employ only homely
ed, and Rev. E. E. Matties, of Arteia, teachers, but even those soon found
was chosen stated clerk. His office swains, and left the school room ror
extends over a period of four or five i
The following counties compose
the Presbytery of the Pecos Valley:
Eddy. Chaves. Roswell, Otero and
TEXAS TAKES LEAD IN
Dallas, Tex., Nov. 16. Hundreds of
ThP follow-in? churches are nollcv holders, representing various
within the boundaries of the Presby-J insurance companies doing business
tery: Roswell, Artesla, Portales, Ha-iin this state are attending tne con
ference whlcn was opened nere
for the purpose of considering ways
I i . .. a n..n,.nt!r.T fnfarfttttfl
german, Dexter and Alamogorao.
The next meeting of the Presby
tery will be held next spring at Ar
of the policy holders. An organize
tion will be formed, for the purpose
that Texas policy holders may have a
voice in the seleotlon of trustees and
directors of Insurance companies do
ing business In the state.
Horse Blankets and
Every horse needs a blanket this
weather, and we Invite an inspec
tion of our large line. A good,
lined. Burlap Blanket, lwth two
surcingles attached, for $1.50. Fine
wool street Blankets at $2.50 each.
r Cor. First street and Tijeras road
ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO.
O.UICKEL 4 BOTHE, Proprietor
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS
ED CAHOON OF kOSWELL
AND JEROME SCHOOLMATES
THEY ATTENDED AMHERST COL-
LEGE TOGETHER IN THE YEAR !
1882. - . , ,
I Revised, up to date, by a practical
William Travers Jerome, district instructor. This book now contains
attorney of Greater New York, who valuable recipes, useful to every
has added luster to his brilliant rep- housewife. Chafing dish cookery,
utatlon by being re-elected on a re- dainty soups, delicious bouilllons,
form platform after being turned down beef tea, etc. Visit the demonstra-
in party conventions, was a college tion of Armour's extract of beef, at
mate of E. A. Cahoon, cashier of the our store. Ask the lady In charge
Fkrst National bank of this city, says how' to get a copy of this hook, and
the Roswell Register. They attended while there try a cup of delicious
Amherst college together In 1882. Mr. beef tea of bouillon. It's all free, with
Cahoon was graduated from that In- our compliments.
n ILir-i COLUEN RULE DRY GOODS CO.
tion. Mr. Cahoon remembers his
former schoolmate as a quiet, re
served young man, who was hard 1
get acquainted with, but who had an
apparent polish and refinement abort
him that Indicated his true worth. Mr
five years ago. District Attorney Jer
ome Is a nephew of Jerome K. Jer
ome, the writer, and is highly con
nected in family relations.
Last will and testament of Elizabeth
To James H. Smith, executor, Mary
A. Connett. Ellen Van Hulen, Eliza
beth Hall, John D. Baxter, Letty Nor
man, Esther Smith, devisees, and to
all whom It may concern:
You are hereby notified that the last
will and testament of Elizabeth Bax
ter, late of the county of Bernalillo
and territory of New Mexico, deceased,
has been produced and read In the
probate court of the county of Ber
nalillo, territory of New Mexico, at
an adjourned regular term thereof,
i held on the 7th day of November, 1905,
and the day of the proving of said
alleged last will and testament was by
order of the judge of said court there
upon fixed for Monday, the 7th day of
November 22 and 23-Walter Thom-I January. A. D. 1W6. term of said court
ui iu o ciock iu inu loreuoou ui oaiu
Given under my hand and the seal
of this court this 7th day of Novem
ber, A. D. 1!5.
J. A. SUMMERS,
(Seal) Probate Clerk.
THE MEDICINE MAN
KILLS EVIL SPIRIT
as Mills will lecture at Colombo ball
November 24-23 George Samuels
November 23 Aat the Lead Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal church,
"ftobert Mclntyre." the noted lecturer.
November 29 Damon and Pythias,
by local talent.
December 1 The "Broken Hearted
Club" and "Sarah's Young Man," by
local talent, under the auspices of the
Albuquerque Woman's club.
December 5 "Marriage of Kitty."
December 7 "Two Merry Tramps."
December 8 "Cousin Kate."
December 1R "Mahara Minstrels."
Iecember 25 "Hooligan in New"
December 27 "Hans Hanson."
STRONG EVIDENCE OF FAITH.
J. H. O'RIelly Co. Guarantee that Hy
omei Will Cure the Worst Case of
Catarrh in Albuquerque.
When one of the most reputable
druggists in Albuquerque guarantees
that a medicine will effect a cure, or
they will refund the money, It speaks
volumes as to the merits of that rem
edy. It Is In this way that J. H. O'Ri
elly Co. are selling Hyomel, the treat
ment that has made so many cures of
both acute and chronic cases of ca
tarrh iu Albuquerque and vicinity.
Hyomel is not a pill, nor is It a
liouid that has to be taken with a
tablespoon or wineglass. Just breathe
it bv the aid of an inhaler that comes
with every outfit, and benent win ue
seen from the first treatment.
The complete Hyomel outfit costs
but $1.00. and includes an lnnaier,
dronner and sufficient Hyomel for
several weeks' treatment.
Remember that If Hyomel does not
cure yeu.J. H. O'RIelly Co. w ill refund
your money. This is a good time to
cure catarrh by this natural method
and prevent catarrhal colds that are
el. ni,rl, n cuimiiuu i lino bl-bbvu.
Our Entire Stock of Plain and Fancy Liquor, wine and cordial the
Black Dress Ooods will be offered at finest line In the elty. All good dellv
15 per cent reduction for this sale, at I e red free. Ernest Meyer & Co., 116
The Golden Rule Dry Good3 Co. I West Silver avenue.
CHIEF CONJURER OF THE PAPA
GOS MURDERS WOMAN HIS
TRIBE BELIEVES TO BE A
WITCH PLEADS GUILTY.
a fin,, lot of soft Cotton Blankets,
from 65c to $2.00
All wool Blankets, from $3 to 9
1 1 v.n.fn.to.a fi.tm irf t fl t4.50
Cahoon had almost forgotten him un- lotofTam O'Shanters for.. 50c
til he came '"to prominence about e niKe
Mens Cardigan Jackets, 70c to.. $1.35
A handsome Rug, 30xti0, only... $1.10
We undoubtedly carry the finest
stock of cloves to be found in town.
Boys' Gloves, 25c to 7oc
Men's Gloves, 25c to $1 5
Canvas Gloves. 3 pairs for 25c
Ladles' Golf Gloves, 25c and 50c
ladies' extra size, nice weignt,
Fleeced Undervests 35c
Ladies' Outine Flannel Night
Men's Outing Flannel Night Gowns 90c
Men's "President" Suspenders. .. .45c
i Have you tried our fresh Kansas
Eggs? We have special arrangements
for eettlne them In fresh.
Sheet Iron Heating Stoves $1.35
1 -piece Stove Pipe Elbows 15c
Zinc Stove Boards buc
Galvanized Coal Hods, 30c and... 45c
Galvanized Wash Tubs. 55c to. ...8'1C
Buggv Whips, 10c to $1
Canvass covered Horse Blankets $2.15
Fresh Corn that will imp, per lb..nc
3 lbs fresh, crisp Soda Crackers. .25c
Good quality Lima Beans, per can 10c
Fancy Candled Citron 25c
New pack Dried Apricots, 2 lbs.. 25c
i New pack Seeded Raisins 10c
William Kieke, Proprietor.
Witchcraft still prevails among the
Papago Indians who dwell on the res-'
ervation south of Tucson, Ariz., and
in the villages on the great desert to
the westward, according to the con
fession of Joe Luis, chief medicine
man of the tribe, who acknowledges
that he Is the slayer of Josefa Anton,
whom the Papagos of a native village
near Covered Wells in the Gunslght
country, accused of being an evil
spirit, who bewitched them and was
resHnsible for , their misfortunes.
During the past summer a great many
cattle belonging to the Indians sick
ened and died, and starvation stared
them In the face. Later, some of the
leaders of the tribe succumbed to a
mysterious disease, and the savages,
who still believe in Witchcraft, held
Josefa Anton, a woman of the village.
responsible for the conditions. Luis,
the medicine man, believed It his duty
to rid the village of the witch, so he
lured her out Into the desert and mur
Every Ounce You Eat.
Every ounce of food you eat that falls
to digest does a pound of harm. It
turns the entire meal Into poison. Tbli
not only deprives the blood of the nec
essary tlssue-bulldlnfc material, but it
poisons K. Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is
a perfect dlgestant. It digest the food
regardless of the condition of the
stomach. It allows that organ to rest
and get strong again. Relieve the
Belching, Heart Burn, Sour Stomach,
Indigestion, Palpitation of the Heart,
stc. Sold by all druggists.
Painless, Natural Childbirth.
BiOT't coming into the world mould ba prcd4 by a certain prrparatto on
U pill o( every woman who xpecti to lcoiue a mother Mit oei It aa a
tuty to her unocra lube, and to herself ; her duty to her unborn babe ia to uM
every meant witluo her power to aid hit entrance loto the wot.d baby cannot
help himelf in thit ordral. titerefore mother mual He hat a hard enough lime
alter hi. amtal, to let us make hitcomingeatv lilt health in a't-r hfedrpendt
finally upon the manner ol hit coming : woum yon Dave your chua a cripp, or
,uld you have him a tower ol atrength? Mrong men are but
;own-up children ; a umout turgeon in leuna it devoting hit
hle-woik to the cure ol lime neipiria crirprt.arioia.ea oy
onlh, do col alle your child to become a cr:pple.
SECRETARY TAFT REACHES
Washington, Nov. 16 Secretary
Taft arrived from Hampton RoarU
this morniDg. He called on the presi
dent immediately after breakfast.
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It a liniment which will lomtaii anv pbiiiblllty of accident at
birth ; that it, it relaaet all tie . . n mal mute Let and tittoea,
and per mitt ct an eaty iters, to 1 1 .- iluld Iteaiet the mother l
pain, and to attittt nature tnai oauy comet ne etarte
out in lite wun i constitution .i able to r.gtu me t tat net,
and to bloom Into ttrong pur- manhood that it the coaiiort
and deiigKt of every ttue ir.' r't heart
One dollar It the puce at all diug lloree. Sena lor wot
book on " Motherhood " It tree.
Drad field Regulator Co"j
Any skin itching is a temper-tester,
The more you scratch the worse
itches. Doan's Ointment cures plies,
eczema any skin itching. At all drug
FINE RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. Finest Whiskies, Imported
aad Domestic Winea and Cognac. The coolest and highest grade of
lager served. Finest and heat llmported and Domestic Cigars.
The Sf. Elmo M I
JOSEPH BAJLNBTT, Prop.
120 West R&flroa Artamt CLUB ROOMS
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee all glasses prescribed by us.
Bebber Optical Co.
115 GOLD AVE.
Member of Board of Optometry
N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic "phone, 535. Office, 208V4
West Gold Avenue.
Movin Drayin' Stiippin'
You have us once, you'll
call again. Prices right;
there ain't no gougln'.
By the Albuquerque Transfer Men
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds of Fresh Meat.
300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. AL13UQUEKUE.N. M.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LOTTERY, SALE FEED AND TRANS
Horses and Mules bought and ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second street, between Railroad and
O. F. PL ATT,
The real cleaner and dyer. La
dles' and gentlemen's tine
clothes a specialty. Portieres,
lace curtains, etc. 1411 North
Fifth street. Old 'phone, Red,
266-2. Automatic 'phone, 675.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
dered her. Some rangers passing that When you are In need of fine liquors
way learned of the crime and took and wines, call on Ernest Meyers &
the medicine man of the Papagos into Co., 116 West Silver avenue. Auto
custody. Luis told his story to the matic phone, 240.
district judge at Tucson, pleaded
guilty to murder In the second de
gree, and received a sentence of
twelve years In the territorial prison.
Subscribe for Th Cltt.en and gel
NO TROUBLE WITH '
THE INDIANS FEARED
THE REPORTED DISTURBANCE
AMONG NAVAJOS CAUSED BY
DRUNKEN BUCKS. I
I have tuff.red with pllee for thlrty-tli y.are.
One year fetfn last Ap-il 1 bfffan takiue CwrtrrU
for roD.liDftlioa. 1" the eourt. of a were I noticed
Colonel Davis, adjutant in the de
partment of the Colorado, stated yes
terday that trouble, with the Nava-,
Jos Is not In the leat probable In'
Arizona, says the Denver Republican.'
His information is that four or five
young bucks got hold of some whis
key and turned themselves loose.
much as young bucks of a lighter,
color are inclined to do when loaded
with fire water, and committed some,
overt acts, such as an asau'.t and'
killing of a beef. The Indian agent
ordered them to come in for punish
ment and they declined. He went af
ter them and they held him a pris
oner until he agreed that they should.
tt pile began to tliftpp?er ft ad ftl l)io end of ill
wek thy Jul not truti di ftl all- ( MctrvM
bftv done utidri for me. I ft in eniirf lycunxl n4
(el like ft new niftu." George svryder, NftpMUoo. O
For the Information of the public,
Plumbing Inspector Whltcomb calls
attention to Chapter XII of the city
ordinance. Sections 63 and 86, w'nlch
Section 63 Building Permit.
No person. Arm or corporation shall
begin or continue tne erection, altera
tion or repair of any building or
structure, or erect any sign extending
over any sidewalk within the corpor
ate limits of the city of Albuquerque,
without firet having applied for and
received a permit so to do from the
Section 86 Penalty for Violation.
All persons failing or refusing to
comply with the provisions of this
ordinance, after having received due
notice in writing from the building In
spector, shall upon conviction thereof
be fined in a sum not less than 10
nor more than $50, or Imprisonment
not less than ten days nor more than
thirty days, or both fine and Imprison
ment, at the discretion of the court,
for each and every offense, each day
to constitute a new offense.
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N.f.r nirk.u. nin or Orif ! HSr. UK-. h-;vr
told Id bulk. Ths tf.nuine laln.l .lamped LOU.
ttBrant.d to cure or your moti.v bmclt.
Sterling Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 593
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
A Disastrous Calamity.
It is a disastrous calamity, when
you lose your health, because imil
gestlon and constipation have sapped
it away, l'ronipt relief ran be had in
Dr. King's New Life . Pills. They
build up your digestive organs, and
cure headache, dizziness, colic, co-
stlpation, etc. Guaranteed by all drug
Don't wait for an exploslnn
wlth gas the huinaue way.
8. .T VANN, O. O.
President of New Mexico Board
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight.
headache and nervous etraln.
Ofllce Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments made at V arm's drug
A. W. HAY DEN
CONTRACTOR ANO BUILDER.
Office and Factory
412 WBST COPPER AVENTJE.
Albuquerque, N. M.
Phones, Auto. 101; Colo., Black 265
Thos. F. Kelehcr
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lap
Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Root Paint; lasts five years and
stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides ana
109 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Boston Baked Beans and Brown Bread
' every Saturday.
401 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE.
Automatic phone 461.
Room 10, N. T. Arm!o Building.