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Thursday, October 24, imj.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CIVIZEN.
I " " -
D. H. CORDIER. Manager.
Week of October 21
WM. O. ROGERS,
STANTON and SANDBERQ,
New Moving Picture
BILLY BEBAU A CO.
Change of bill every Monday and
linlH Souvenir Matinees Tocs-
days and lYiilajs, afternoon.
Matinee ... IO and 20c
Evening . . . 10, 20 A 30c
Headed by Amer
Geo. H. Primrose
With Ills Own Great Company of
tl World's Loading Miiustrd
SO PEOPLE SO
6ame Great Company and Production
Presented Six weeks in Aew
N. n. Mr. Primrose will positively
The World's Grandest and Best
Prices 75o SI. S1.B0
Seats on sole at Matron's Wednes
day, Oct. 23, at 9 o'clock.
Night and Matinee .
OCTOBER 25 and 26
Tuesday Night, Oct. 29
Tlie Remarkable Masieal Success
Hook by Sydney Rosenfekl.
Music by W. T. Francis.
From The Herald Square Theatre,
Fascinating Chorus, Strongest
Possible Cast, Headed by
Ttie Inimitable Comedian
LI LA BLOW
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of the Intsrlor, Land
Ottlce at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept 33,
Notice Is hereby given that Thos.
J. McNeill, heir of Mary J. McNeill
of Bluewater, N. M., has filed notice
of hi intention to make final live
year proof In support of hi claim,
viz: Homestead Entry No. 7141
made Aug. 4. 1907. for the KE
NWU. Section 22. Township 12N
Range 11W., and that said proof will
be made before snvestre Miraoai, u.
S. court commissioner, at San Ra
fael. N. M.. on November 6, 1907.
He names the following witnesses
to Drove his continuous residence
upon, and cultivation of, the land,
iriram rhinmin. Samuel C.
Young Eugene T. Chapman, Ernest
A. Tietjen. all of Bluewater, N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
MEN AND WOMEN.
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Evidence That He Has Killed
Four People Coming
Yuma, Aria., Oct. 24. miring the
term, In Yuma, presided over by
Judge Campbell, a Mexican by the
name of iMurlllo was round gumy
of murder and shortly after sentence
had been uronounced. It was ciscov-
ered that Murlllo is also accused of
killing a woman In Monrovia, Cali
An Investigation at once
started by the" authorities, and as
time went on. four or flvs other kill
ing were brought to light, all of
which Murlllo Is accused of commit"
Some time ago iMurlllo killed a
man In Yuma, stabbing him to
death. The fight started In a saloon
during a drunken brawl, and later
on Murlllo found his man alone In
the yard behind the bar and Jump
ed him. Before anyone could Inter
fere. Murlllo had stabbed the other
to death. It was this crime for
which he was tried In Yuma and
found guilty of murder In
the second degree. Judge Campbell
sentenced him to twenty years' im
prisonment in Yuma.
Other Crimea Alleged.
It was brought to light that Mu
rlllo Is accused of the killing of a
woman In Monrovia, and the lartner
the Investigation that was being pur
sued by the authorities went, tne
blacker (became the record of the
man. It Is now thought that he Is
guilty of at least five other killings.
besides the one tnat ne committea
In Yuma and the one that he Is ac
cused of having committed In Mon
rovia, PRIMROSE MILSTRELS
Lovers of minstrelsy will welcome
the coming of George H. Primrose
and his mammoth minstrel company
at the iEIxs opera .house tomorrow
The ever droll Primrose promises
this year the biggest and best min
strel festival ever pulled off on the
American stage, fifty of the best
known names in minstrelsy are on
the Toster, Including a big olio of
novel features. The entire produc
tion was staged by George Primrose,
who has 'been the originator and pro
ducer of every novel effect ibrougkt
out 1n minstrelsy In the past twenty
To check a cold quickly, get from
your druggist some little Candy Cold
Tablets called Preventics. Druggists
everywhere areNnow dispensing Pre
vention, for thev are not only safe,
but decidedly certain and prompt
Pieventios contain no Quinine, no
laxative, nothing harsh nor sickening.
Taken at the "sneeze stage" Preven
tics will prevent Pneumonia, Bron
chitis, La Grippe, etc. Hence the
name, Preventics. Good for feverish
children. 48 Preventics 25 cents.
Trial boxes 5 cents. Sold by all
STACY AVD CO. IN BUSINESS
AGAIN. FRONT DOOR CLOSED
FOR FEW DAYS, PENDING IN-
VOICE OF OLD STOCK AND AR
RANGEMENT OF OCR NEW LINE.
CALL AT SIDE DOOR OR PHONE
741. 325 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Thr flevihlf" Rolr Rrr1 Prnos I
i ne nexiDiesoie K.ea -tosi
Shoe tS COtTt fori a Oie frOni
,.. ,4-4 .
.o jtu. I
The burning and aching
ir.used by stin soles and the
svils or thin soles aie pre
rented bv the Red Crc ss. It
mables a woman to be on her
"eet for hours at a time with
N: Si, Kid CWa
faumt Co Biuciw,
Zet us fit you
121 RaUrtMd Awtaae
r with the "Vy
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE
FOR RENT Newly furnished cor
ner room. Electric lights and bath.
$9 per month. No 'health seekers.
bl9 West Central.
FUR KENT Board and lodging for
four gentlemen at 23 a month.
416 Wert Coal avenue.
FOR RENT Nice furnished
1014 North Second street.
FOR RKNT Good rooms
line. 501 South Third.
FOR RiuNT Fine front room with
private porch. No Invalids. 416
Houth Third street.
FOR RENT Three large front
tooris, modern, with breakfast
409 West Hunlng avenue.
FOR RB.NT Furnished rooms with
or without board. 823 South Third
FOR (RENT Three handsome rooms
(rood locality. No Invalids. bii
West Lead avenue.
FOR RENT Nice room and boar'
at 6 IS East Central avenue, best
In the city: prices reasonable.
FOR RENT Nice room and board
at 616 East Central avenue. Best
In the city. Price reasonable.
TO LET Established nrsl class bar
privilege to responsible party, nest
location In the city. Address, X.
Y. Z., Citisen.
FOR RENT Modern rooms and
board, 125 per month. Mrs. ha a
I Craig, 602 South Second street,
FOR SALE Family horse, buggy
and harness. Will take hair price
If sold at once. 208 South Edith.
FOR SALE One and one-half lots
in Grant tract, one block rrom
street car. At less than cost. 208
South Edith street.
FOR SALE The finest hot tamales
m the city, also chill con came.
08 West Tljeras.
FOR 6 ALE Five-room modern
house, most fashionable district in
city. Cheap If sold at once. B. N.
FOR-SALE 102 Armljo Avenue, two
houses; barn, etc. 12,000, II.doo,
cash. B. O. T. Apply on premises.
E. A. Cantrsll.
FOR SALE Two .good
harness and surry, cheap.
West Hunlng avenue.
FOR SALE Ten pounds extracted
honey for II; 60 pound can for if
Order by postal. W. P. Allen. P.
Box 202, Albuquerque, N. M.
FOR SALE Two nice homes in
Highlands at a bargain. Must sen.
Will consider olTer. Albuquerque
Hatters, In car, West Gold avenue.
FOR SALE Ranches from 4 to 60
acres each, all under main irriga
tion ditch. Near city. Albuquer
que Land Company, room 9, Crom
FOR SALE 25 acres alfalfa land,
close to the city. Netted 25 per
cent this season on price. See J. E.
Elder, room 9 N. T. Armljo build
FOR SALE 3-room frame house.
cellar, barn, shed, shade trees,
vines, corner East Copper and Lo
cust, $800, 3600 cash. B. O. T. E.
A. Cantrel, 102 Armljo avenue.
FOR SALE 4 -room frame house,
barn, chicken yard, out house, cor
ner East and Cromwell, 31.000,
3800 cash. B. O. T. E. A. Cantrel,
102 Armljo avenue.
LOST and FOUND
FOUND Elaborate set plans evi
dently belonging to machinist or
plumber. Owner can secure same
by paying for this ad.
If real coffee disturbs your stom
ach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try
this clever Coffee Imitation Dr.
Shoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop
has closely matched old Java and
Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste.
yet it has not a single grain of real
coffee In It Dr. Shoop's Health Cof
fee Imitation is made from pure
toasted grains or cereals, with Malt,
Nuts, etc. Made In one minute. No
tedious long wait. You will surely
like it. Get a free sample at our
store. C. N. Brigham.
Trial Catarrh treatments are being
alled out free on re(iuegti by Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are
proving to the peopl
great value of
this scientific prescription known to
druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop s
Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all deal
era DeWitt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Ea'.ve is good for little burns and big
burns, small scratches or bruises
and big ones. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly.
Relieves Colds by working them out
of the system through a copious and
healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves couchs by cleansing tha
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
"A pleasant to the Uste
as Maple Sugar
Children Like It
Ftf BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Trj
ItVtt'i KIImj ! BlvMsf PUlt-Suri tai Safi
THE J, H. O'RIELLY CO.
Corner Second Street and Central
WANTED A girl for general house
work. Apply 816 tfoutn TMro st.
WANTED Table boarders.
South Second street
WANTED Boarders, good
707 South Third street
WANTED Boys 14 to ll years
at the American Lumber Co.
WANTED A girl for general mouse
wrok. Mrs. Hopewell, 1 West
WANTED iFi ne
613 South Third
WANTED Your old hats and suits
to make like new. Albuquerque
Hatters, In the car.
WAJsTED -Olrl for general house
work. Apply 611 South Second
WANTED To buy a small meat
market outfit. Block, scales, saws,
cleavers, knives, etc.. except Ice
box. Call or address, B. B., Citi
WANTED A competent woman for
general housework, no washing or
Ironing, good wages. Apply D
tween 1 and 8 o'clock to Mr?. A.
Rosenwald, 713 West Copper ave.
WANTED Ladles desiring new fall
styles In millinery to call on Miss
Crane. 613 North Second street
Millinery and dressmaking parlors.
Also apprentices wanted. Phone
WANTED 40 head of horses for
winter pasture, 80 acres of first
class alfalfa pasture at Alameda.
Good water, rood fence. Terms,
31.50 per month. Address, Brill A
Ross. Box 443 Albuquerque.
WANTED (By private party, to buy
2nd hand book cases, piano, iboys
bicycle, also want to engage sten
ographer, also a oapable woman
solicitor. I also want to And a
man able to manage telephone sys
tem. Address, A. B. C, Citizen of
fice. WANTED Able bodied, unmarried
men. between ages of 21 and 85;
citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits,
who can' speak, read and write
English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central
Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico.
WANTED Salesmen, to sell our
advertising signs, calendars, ther
mometers, fans, leather goods, etc.
Finest side line out. Write for
terms. Mahon Novelty Co., Box
130, Kenton, Ohio.
SALESMEN Experienced in any
line to sell general trade In New
(Mexico. Liberal commissions with
335 weekly advance. One sales
man earned 3981.70 during last
two months, his first work. Contl
nentnl Jewelry Co.. Cleveland, O.
WANTED Capable salesman to cov
er New Mexico with staple line.
High commissions, with 3100.00
monthly advance. Permanent po
sition to right man. Jess H. Smith
Co., Detroit. Mich.
WANTED Write and we will ex
plain how we pay any man 385
per month and all traveling expen
ses, such as horse hire, railroad
fare, hotel bills, etc., to take or
ders for the greatest portrait house
m the world. Your salary will be
guaranteed and paid weekly if pre
ferred. Address, G. J. Martel,
Dept. 649. Chicago.
Recommended by Mrs. Henry
Symes, to develop the bust from 4
to C Inches.
Guaranteed to be made from the
true Galega Extract. Is perfectly
The Vaucalre Formula is a general
tonic, but It has a specinc effect upon
the bust. Price 76 cents. For sale by
Highland Pharmacy and Al-
The greatest literary sensation of
the century, begins exclusive publl
cation in the Illustrated magazine of
THE SUNDAY NEWS-TIMES
ON BUND AY, OCTOBER 27
The people of two continents have
been waiting for Mark Twain's Au
tobiography on which he has been
engaged for years. Now you have It!
Per Month 10.75
Per Year 8 00
Sunday Only, per year 2.50
Weekly News-Times, per year. 1.00
Per Month $0.45
Per Year 6 20
With Sunday News, per mo.. .65
With Sunday News, per year.. 730
THE NEWS-TIMES PUBLISHING COMPANY
For upholMtering une Cftarlee
Keppeler, S17-1D South Second.
Take DeWitt's Little
Sold by J. II. O'Rlelly.
Furnkure repair. Uiaa. 1m Rep
orter, 317-lt bouin Seouu d.
DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos, Organs
Horses, Wagons and other Chattels,
also on BALARIE8 ArfD WAR!
HOUSB RECEIPTS, as low as 31
and as high as $200. Leans art
quickly made and strictly rlvats
Time: On month to on year glvea
Goods remain In ysur yoaseaaton
Our rates are reasonable. Call and
see us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship ticket to and from a
parta of the werld.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
308 H Wt Railroad Ave.
Open Evening s.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Six room house, West New
York avenue t.BOO
4 room abobe. Iron roof, lot
90x400, Mountain road,
near ear line 1,500
5 room cement house, 3rd
ward i 2,000
4 room frame, corner lot,
3rd ward 1.100
8 room frame, 2 lots, close
In . , 3,000
ft room brick, modern, cor
ner lot, 2nd ward 2,650
5 room frame, 4Ui ward,
Three room brick, Fourth
Olio of the Bwciloat rest-
donoos) in town 7,500
The borrt, vacant business
corner in Albuquerque.
See mo for price.
Six room brick, modern,
close In 2,250
Seven room brick, mod
Randies from two to ZOO
Lota In all parts) of town.
SO-acre alfalfa ranch with
In a few blocks of tne
Mtreet car line 4,500
0-acre alfalfa ranch five
miles north of town $65
Honsea from 2 to 2 rooms.
Money to loan In sums to suit
Real Entate and Loans. Notary
Public. 215 W. Gold Ave.
BARGAINS IN REAli ESTATE
4- room brick, modern. $ 2,150
It-room brick modern 10,(HM
5- room frame, modern 3,200
6- room brick, modern 8,200
H-rooin frame, nMMlern 3,500
1-wtory iHick Htoreroom
size SKxflO 3,000
1 store building, good
160-acre ranch, under
Beet laylng hotel bust-
ncss In city, cash. . . . 1.800
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd Strut
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Heating Co
WANTED ? You can get it through
If . nil 1 11 r .11 1 I U" T" T' 'I
W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Hofneopa-thJo Physician and Surgeon
Occidental Life nufldlnf.
DR. R. L. HUST
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 7, N. T. Armljo Bufldhif .
DR. SOLOMON Ij. BURTON.
Physician and Surgeon.
Highland office, 610 South Walter
tree. Phone 1080.
DR& BRONSON BRONSON
notneopadtlo Phynloians and Bar-
genna, Over Vann's Drug Store.
Phone, Office and Res., 628.
DR. 3. E. KRAFT
Rooms 9 and 8, Barnet Building,
Over O'RIelly'a Drag store.
Appointments made by mail.
EDMUND J. ALGER, V. D. &
Office hours, a. m. to 13:30 p. m.
1:30 to ft p. m.
Appointments made by mall.
300 West Central Ave. Phone 456.
R. W. D. BRYAN
Attorney at Law.
Office, First National Bank Building,
Alabqnerque, N. M.
E. W. DOBSON
Attorney at Law.
Office Cromwell Block,
Alabquerque, N. M.
IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Law.
Penstona, land Patents, Copyright,
Caveats, lx-tter ratents. Trade
3S F. street, N. M, Washington, D. O.
THOS. K. D. MADDISOX
OfHca with W. B. Childera,
117 West Gold Avenue.
B. A. 6I1EYSTER
Insurance, Real Estate, Notary
Rooms 19 and 14, OromweTJ Block,
Albuquerque, N. M. Phone IBS.
A. E. WALKER
Fire Insurance. (
Secretarr Mutual HnMlng Association
917 West Central Avenue. -
WILLIAM WALLACE M'CLELLAN
Justice of the Peace, Precinct
Mo. 13. Notary Public.
Office 224 North Second Street.
Retadenoe 723 North Fourth Street,
Alubquerque, N. ML.
F. W. SPENCER
1221 South Walter.
A. J. MOREL.LJ
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits
C LEAKED, PRESSED and REPAIRED
103 North riret Street
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Itrat Grade of Moor.
Coffees. Teas and Spices a Specialty.
Everytldng In market always on band
"THE BhXTT ALWAYS.
Phone 238 608 W. Central Ave.
If you take DeWitt's Kidney and
Bladder Pills you will get prompt re
lief from backache, weak kidneys,
Inflammation of the bladder and
urlnarv troubles. A weak'a treat
ment for 25 cents. Sold by J. H.
and CURE thi LUNCS
w Dr. King's
an ci rr
OLDS IrUI Sottl f ret
AND Al I THROAT AMD tUNO TROUBLES.
OR MONEY HEONCEtt
rRST CLABB BHOKMAKKBh
A NO REPAIRER
IT, tea Nmrtit nrm-
Phone BM. 113 John Strew
Saddle horses a specialty. Boa
drivers In the city. Proprietors' t
Baoie, tne picnio
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Fish
211 W. Central, Tel. 828
AT LOW -PRICES
elan. ans-.ro or
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
UVKRT, SALB, FBKD ANB
Mules Bought and
BEST TOTJRNOUT8 IN TRTB Cm
Second Street, between Railroad mmA
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLAKIKB Mill.
TTiB OLDEST MTLL IN THE CUTE.
wnen in need of aasb. aoor. tnsnea
ete. 8areen work a specsalty.
South First street. Telephone 401.
Thos. F. Keleher
DEVOES READY PAINT
One Gallon Covers SO Square
PALMETTO ROOF TAINT
Stop Leaks, Lasts Fire Yeara.
408 West Railroad Arenae
TOTI A OR API
Dealers In Greoerles, Provlsloaa,
Grain and Fuel.
Pine Una af Imported Wines LUaora
and Cigars. Place your order fe -this
Una with us.
I1I-11I-S17 NORTH TH ID Wt.-
AH Kinds of Fresh and Sal
Steam Baasage Factory.
Masonic Building. North Third IUK
HOUSE FURNISHERS. NEW AN
S1XX)NDIIAND. WE BUY HOtW
HOLD GOODS, 114 W, OOIiD A VS.
G. NIR1SEN, MANAGER.
All kinds of coal and wood.
JOHN S. BEAVEN,
ANTHRACITE all sixes.
DAVIS & Z EARING
308 W. Qod Ave.