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FACE SK7KX. 1
MONDAY, OCTonr.lt 28. 1907.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
"THE ROLLICKING GIRL"
Charles Frohman's "The Rollick
ing Uirl," that successful musical
production" which established the
phenomenal record of a two hun
dred and fifty nights' run at the
Herald Square theatre, New York,
will be on tour this season.
The production will have many of
the original company that made the
entertainment famous In New York.
In the principal comedy role of
Schmaltz," the wlgmaker, 6nlta Ed
wards has scored the particular hit
of his career and has been surround
ed by a cast of comedians, singers
and dancers, and most particularly
a beauty chorus that U conceded
in rte apnnnjl to none.
The song hits In "The Rollicking
Girl" have gained great favor the
country over, and among them are
"Indiana on Broadway." "Tricks,"
tvbv Twivev." "usan." "Friends
That are Good and True," and the
cnuiinml aw In fir anni. Alsa a small
armv nf the nimblest dancers that
ever twinkled their toes on a stage,
make -The Rollicking Girl" de
lightful entertainment that will ever
remain in popular xavor.
"The Rollicking Girl" party will be
the Jolly feature at the Elks opera
house tomorrow night.
Af flirted WIUi Sore. Dres f or S3 Years
I have been atniciea wun sore eyes
for thirty-three years. Thirteen years
ago I became totally blind and was
blind for six years. My eyes were
badlv inflamed. One of my nelgh
berlaln's Salve and gave me half a
ho of It. To my surprise It healed
my eyes and my sight came back.
bors Insisted upon my trying tnam
P. C. Earls. Cvnthlana. Ky. Cham
toerlaln's Salve Is for sale by all drug-
D. H. CORDIER. Manager.
Week of October 28
WM. O. ROGERS,
The Favorite Baritone.
The Marvelous Family
of Singers, Dancers, Comedians.
BE HAM ALTA A CO.
In a New and Laughable Farce.
Change of bill every Monday and
ladles' Souvenir Matlnocs Tues
day and Fridays, afternoon.
Matlneaa ... I O and 20c
Evening . . . 10, 20 A 30o
Tuesday Night, Oct. 29
Tlie Remarkable Musical Success
Book by Svdney
Music by W. T.
From The Herald Square Theatre,
Fascinating Chorus, Strongest
Possible Cast, Headed by
The Inimitable Comedian
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
Department of 'the Interior, Land
Office at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. S2,
Notice la hereby given that Thos.
J. MiVelll. heir of Mary J. McNeill
of Bluewater. N. M., has filed notice
of his Intention to make anal Ave-
venr nrnnt in SUDDOrt Of hl claim
viz: Homestead Entry No. T181
made Aug. 4. 1907. for the NKV4
K1WU Koctlnn 22. Township 12N
Range 11W and that said proof will
be made before Sllvestre Mirabal, U.
s rnurt commissioner, at San Ra
fael. V M.. on November 5. 1907
He names the following witnesses
to nrove his continuous residence
noon, and cultivation of, the land
Hiram r-hanman. Samuel C,
Young Eugene T. Chapman, Ernest
A. Tletjen. all of Bluewater. N. M.
MANUEL R. OTERO,
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OWNERSHIP OF GALLUP
COAL MINE IN
McKlnley county suit was filed In
the district court this morning, en
titled.' John Kenndy vs. Union Coal
rnmnnnv. the QalluD Fuel company,
sor-alled: T. A. Tabro. William mc-
Vlcker, J. Sharp, Huicnison crown,
B. F. Zahn, J. HOenene, J. ve
selberg. H. C. Hauter, J. M. car
men, 'Ben Thomas, Aiaynaro. urn
Til find J. T. McLaughlin.
The plaintiff demands that the de
faniinnts ami each of them be en
joined and restrained from, selling
unit convevlng to the defendants, J
T. .McLaughlin and Maynard Qunsul
the real personal and mixed prop
prtv of everv kind and character
whatsoever owned by the defend
ants, named, certain coal lands ana
nronertles. In tbo county or MCtt.m
ley, and that Maynard Gunsul and
J. T. Mn.ljiiiirhlln be enjoined and
restrained from purchasing said
properties until the further order of
the court and that uiion the Una
hearing of the action. The plaintiff
prays that this injunction fce made
perpetual and for such other and
further relief tut the court may deem
Just, together with the costs of the
action. O. N. Marron and George
a. Klork are the attorneys for the
In this case Judge Ira A. Abbott
ordered the defendants to show
cause before the court on Nov.
1907. at 10 o'clock In the forenoon.
or as soon thereafter as counsel can
t heard, whv thev should not be
enjoined and restrained from selling
said properties and why the two de
fendants, Maynard Gunsul ana j. t.
MnT.Rusrhlln. should not be enjoined
and restrained from purcnasing
The nroDertv referred to Is the
mlna from which the GunSUl-MC
Laughlln Interests expect to get coat
for the new coal yara,wnicn is to
be opened In this city.
POWER OF PERSUASION
In the November American Maga
line Ida M. Tarbell reveals the ge
nius of Abraham, Lincoln In a re
markable tory entitled "Back There
In '68." It la aa account of the Lin
coin-Douglas debates as given by
"Rlllv" Brown, a Springfield drug
trlft who knew Lincoln Intimately,
In the course of the story, which Is
the second In a new series by Miss
Tarbell. "Billy" Brown glveB the fol
lowing account 01 Lincoln s speecn
Good Lord!" I never see anything
like It. In ten minutes he was about
eight feet tall: his face was white,
his eyes was olazln' flre, and ne was
thunderin , 'Kansas snail be rree
'Ballots, not bullets!" 'We won t go
out of the Union and you sha n t!
Generally, when he was speakln', he
was cool and quiet ana tnings nt to
gether, and when you come away you
was calm but your head was work-
In': but that" time up to Bloomlngton
he was like what's that the Bible
calls It?' 'avengin' fire ye., sir,
that's It. he was like 'avengin' fire
I never knew exactly what did hap
pen there. All I recollect Is that
the beglnnln' of that speech I was
settln' in the back of the room, an
wenh I come to I was hangln' on to
the front of the platform. I recol
lect I looked up and seen Jo Medill
standln on the reporter s table look
In' foollsh-Uke and heard him say
'Good Lord, boys, I am t took
"Fact was he'd stampeded that
audience, reporters and all. I've al
ways thought that sieech made the
republican party in Illinois. It melt
ed 'em together. 'Twa'n't argument
they needed Just then, it was meltln
together of what they d heard.
t U'ilh the foot
The flexible sole Red Cross
Shoe is co m fort able from
The burning and aching
:nused by stiff soles ;ind the
pvils of thin soles aie pre
rented by the Red Crc ss. It
jnables a woman to be on her
?eet for hoars at a time with
Nt. St, KiJ Om
Pattmi Celt Ulmkr
Let us fit you.
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE
FOR RENT A few nicely furnish
ed rooms, by the week or montn.
Steam .heat and all modern con
veniences. No Invalids. Hotel
Cralge, Silver avenue, between
First and Second streets.
FOR RENT Newly furnished cor
ner room. Electric lights ana Dam.
$9 per month. No health seekers.
bl9 West Central,
FOR RENT Good rooms
line. 601 South Third.
FOR RENT Fine front room with
private porch. No invalids. tl
South Third street.
FOR RENT Three large front
rooms, modern, with breakfast.
409 West Hunlng avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
or without board. 823 South Third
FOR RENT Three handsome rooms
good locality. No invalids. dz
West Lead avenue.
FOR RENT Nice room and board
at 615 East Central avenue, best
In the city; prices reasonable.
TO LET Established rirst class bar
privilege to responsible party, west
location In the city. Address, X.
Y. Z., Cltlsen
FOR RENT Modern rooms ana
board, 125 per montn. Mrs. Eva
L. Craig, 602 South Second street,
FOR SALE Horse, two-seated car
riage and harness. W. H. McMU
lion, 211 West Gold nvenue.
FOR SALE Aerniotor windmills.
tanks and substructures. WolKing
& Son, 707 North Eighth street.
FOR SALE Three-room box house.
$800. Lot worth the price. Dale
Realty Co., 100 South Broadway.
FOR SALE Modern 7-room frame,
$2,250. Dale Realty Co., 100 soutn
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 tamaies
in the city, also chill con carne.
408 West Tljerae,
FOR SALE 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. tz.uuu. si.nuv,
cash. B. O. T. Apply on premises,
E. A. Cantrelh
FOR SALE Two good
harness- and surry,
Wl Mnnlnsr avenue.
FOR SALE Ten pounds extracted
honey for $1; 60 pound can for $5.
Order by poRtal. W. P. Allen, P. O
Box 202. Afbuquerque, N. M.
iron sale Two nice homes in
Highlands at a bargain. Must sell
Will consider offer. Albuquerque
Hatters. In car. West Gold avenue.
van. SALE Ranches from 4 to 6 6
acres each, all under main lrrlga
tion ditch. Near city. Albuquer
que Land Company, room 9, Crom
well Bldg. .
FOR SALE 3-room frame house,
cellar, barn, shed, shade trees.
vines, corner East Copper and Lo
cust. $800. $600 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, $1,000,
$800 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.
DeWItt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel
Sn'.ve Is gco for little burns and big
burns, fniall scratches or bruises
and b!g ones. Sold by J. H. O Rlelly.
STACY AND CO. IX BrSIXESS
AGAIN'. FRONT DOOR CLOSKD
HK FEW lAVK. I'KNDINU 1N
VOHK OF OLD STOCK AND All-
RANGF.MI.NT OF OCR NKW LINK.
CALL AT KIPF, IHK)K OK PHONF,
741. 325 SOUTH SKIOXD 8THELT.
They Make You Feel Good.
The nleasant purgative effect ex
perienced by all who use Chamber
lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and
the healthy condition of the body
and mind which they create makes
one feel Joyful. Price, 25 cents, cam
ples free at all drug stores.
Relieves Colds by working them out
of the system through a copious and
healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves coughs by cleansing tha
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
MA pleasant to the fast
a Maple Sugar"
Children Like It
Tot BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try
D.Wltti Kldntj tnd Bladder Pills-Sun and Safi
THE J, H. O'RIELLY CO.
Corner Second Street and Central
I CLASSIFIED A DS
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Apply 1117 Kent avenue.
WANTED A competent dining room
girt at the Columbus hotel.
WANTED A" girl for house "work.
Famllv of three. IPS Houth'Arnn.
WANTED A girl for general house
wnrk. Apply 15 South Third St.
WANTED Sacks al Hahu's coal
WANTED Table boarders.
South Second street
WANTED Boarders, good
707 South Third street.
WANTED Boys 14 to 1 years
at the American Lumber Co
WANTED A girl for general house
wrok. Mrs. Hopewell, 619 West
611 South Third
old hats and suits
to make like
Hatters, in the car.
WANTED To buy a small meat
market outfit. Ulock, scales, saws, I
cleavers, knives, etc., except Ice
box. Call or address, B. B., Clti
WANTED Ladles desiring new fall
styles In millinery to call on Miss
Crane, 612 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, good fence. Terms.
$1.50 per month. Address, Brill &
Rosa. Box 443 Albuquerque.
WANTED Able bodied, unmarried
men, between ages of 21 and 3b;
citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits,
who can soenk. read and write
English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Officer, 203 E. central
Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico.
WANTED t-alc-xnian. Good nuui to
nil vacancy, Nov. 1st. Contract bal
ance this year and next If ratls
factory. Commissions with liberal
weekly advance for expenses. J.
A. Kldwell. Mgr., 638-46 Euclid
Avenue, Cleveland. Ohio.
WANTED Capable salesman to
cover New Mexico with staple
line. High commissions, with $100
monthly advance. Permanent po
sition to right man. Jess H. Smith
Co., Detroit, Mich.
WANTED-Salesman, traveling on
the road, visiting the dry goodk
trade, to handle a strong and com
plete line of laces and ladies' pop
ular priced neckwear and up to
date novelties on good commis
sion basis; state references and
what territory covered. J. M. Mey
ers & Co., 434-436-438 -Broadway,
WANTED Help Men or women
to represent the American Maga
zine, edited by F. P. Dunne ("Mr.
Dooley"), Ida M. Tarbell, Lincoln
Steffens, etc. Straight proposition.
Good pay. Continuing Interest from
year to year in business created.
Experience and capital not neces
sary. Good opportunity. Write J.
N. Trainor, 23 West 20th street.
Recommended by Mrs. Henry
Symes, to develop the bust from 4
to 6 inches.
Guaranteed to be made from the
true Galega Extract. Is perfectly
The Vaucalre Formula Is a general
tonic, but It has a specific effect upon
the bust. Price 76 cents. For sale by
Highland Pharmacy and Al-
"My dear old mother, who Is now
eighty-three years old. thrives on
Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun
son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken
them for about two yean and enjoys
an excellent appetite, feels strong
and sleeps well." Thafs the way
Electric Bitters affect the aged, and
the same happy results follow In all
cases of female weakness and gener
al debility. Weak, puny children too,
are greatly strengthened by them.
Guaranteed also for stomach. liver
nnl kidney troubles, by all dealers.
Stomach troubles. Heart ana Kid-
ney aliments enn be quickly correct
ed with a prescription known to
drufrglsts everywhere as or. hnoop s
Hestorative. Tha prompt ann sur
prising relief which thl remedy Im
mediately brings Is entirely due to
Its Restorative action upon, the con
trolling nerves of the Stomach, etc.
Sold by all dealers.
Weak K!dny. tnrely point to wsk Hwy
Nerval. H,a Kidneys. Ilka tfee .Haart, and tha
fctomach, find their weakiiaai. cot In tha organ
luelt, but In tha nerve Hint control and runla
anil tnuigtben thara. Dr. fehnup't Restorative it
a mtHllciua tpecidually prviwrwi to rai h these
cotitroltiiif nerve. To 0'K't'T tha Kldncj. sluria,
it futile, it la a ate ol tuna, aud oi mou aa
If your bark aches or U wrak, If tha urine
scald, or Udark and strong . 11 jou have tymutoma
Oi brtghu or other dittreuiuf or diuiKerou kid
ne dueaae, try lr. hhoop 1 h- uruvo month
TabL-u or Liquid and au what it 'u and will
do lor you, Druggim rvootuauaud and sell
l diioon s
DAILY. THAN , YOU CAN SEE IN
PERSONAL PROrEJlTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Flanoa, Organ
Horses, Wagons and other Chattels
also on SALARIES AND WAR1
HOUSE) RECEIPTS, as lowM tit
and aa high aa JiOO. Loans art
quickly made and strictly private
Time: One month to on year given
Goods remain In your possession
Our rates are reasonable. Call ane
sea as before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and front
parts of the world.
Rooms I and-4, Grant Bldg
101 H West Railroad Ave.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Six room house. West New
York avenue 2,500
4 room a bone. Iron roof, lot
90x400, Mountain road,
miir cor line 1,500
5 room cement house, 3rd
4 room frame, corner lot,
3rd ward 1,100
8 room frame, 2 lots, close
5 room brick, modern, cor
ner lot, 2nd ward 2,050
5 room frame, 4 th ward,
Tli roe room brick, Fourth
Ono of the swellest resl
deneefl In town
The best vacant business
corner In Albuquerque.
See me for price.
Kit room brick, modern.
close In S.250
K.vn room brick, mod
Ranohcs from two to 200
lots In all part of town.
30-ncre alfalfa ranch with
in a few blocks of trie
Mtrect car line 4,500
60-aere alfalfa ranch five
mileo north of town $65
ITonsoa from 9 to 8 rooms.
Money to loan in sums to suit.
Real Estate and loons. 'Notary
Public. 215 W. Gold Ave.
BARGAINS IN REAL. ESTATE
4- room brick, modern. 2,150
11 -room brick modern 10,000
5- roont frame, modern 2.200
6- room brick, modern 3.200
8-room frame, modern 8,500
1 -story brick storeroom
Hlzo 25x00 3,000
1 store building, good
180-acro ranch, under
Bet Pitying hotel busi
ness in city, caNh.... 1.800
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd Stmt
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work U at our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Healing Co
WANTED T Tou can gel It through
W. H. SHERIDAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician - and Sturgeon
Occidental Life Building.
DR. R. L. I1UST
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 8 A 7, N. T. Armljo Building.
UK. SOLOMON U. BURTON.
rhysldnn and Surgeon.
Highland office, 610 South Walter
street. Phone 1030.
DKS. BRONSON BRONSON
nomeopathlo Physlclnns and Sur-
geoiM. Over Venn's Prng Store.
Phone. Office and Ren., 828.
DR. J. E. KRAFT
Rooms 9 and 8, Harnett Building,
Over O'RIelly's Irug More.
Appointments made by mail.
AIGFR, D. D. 8.
Office hours, a. m. to 13:30 p. m.
1:80 to 5 p. m.
Appointment made by mail.
308 West Central Ave. I'ltorte 458,
n. w. D. BRYAN
Attorney at law.
Office, First National Bank Building,
Alubquerque, N. M.
E. W. DOBSON
Attorney at Law.
Office Cromwell Block,
Alubquerque, N. M.
IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Law.
Penlonfl, Land Patent., Copyrights,
Caveats, Ijetter Patents, Trade
Marks. Claims. '
32 F. street, N. M. Washington, D. O.
THOS. K. D. MADDISON
Office with V. B. Chllders,
117 Weat Gold Avenue.
D. A. SLEYSTER
Insurance, Real Estate, Notary
Room 13 and 14, Cromwell Block
Albuquerque, N. 31. Phone ISO,
A. E. WALKER
Secretary Mutual Bulldlngr Association
317 Went Central Avenue.
mHOTOORAPHY Kodak films de-
veloDed and .printed on velox pa-
,per. Reasonable price. Send for
price list. Homer Howry, 06
Carondelet St., Los Angeles, Cal.
WILLIAM WALLACE M'CLELLAN
Justice of the Peace. Precinct
No. 13. Notary Public
Office 224 North Second Street.
rtetfldcnce 723 . North Fourth Street
Alubquerque, N. M.
F. W. SPENCER
1221 South Walter.
A. J. MORTCL.pi
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits
CLEANED, PRESSED and REPAIRE
I OS North rirst Street
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
Best Grade of Flour.
Coffee", Teas and Spices a Specialty.
Everything In market always on hand
"THB BK.ST ALWAYS."
Phone 338 508 W. Central Ave.
mo CURE thb LUNCd
w Dr. King's
Ft"! 3 tfOUCHS
urut a ti ne.
OLDS Trial Sottls fret
AND Al'. THR0T AN!) t UNO TROUBLES.
Ti UARANT1 r.O SATlSFACiOiiV
tA 'R MCiNrX .' .iLlfUiJUitJJ.
riRBT CLAMS SHOEMAKER
A NO REPAIRER
flttlfN MONT. tOB North Firm
Phnn KB8. lit John 8fiB
Saddle horses a specialty. Htm
drivers In the city. Proprietor
Sadie," the picnic wagoa.
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Rls
211 W. Central, Tel. B2B
AT LOW PRICES
B ta a. merntt..fhonm 04
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LTVERY, BALB, FEED AN
Mules Bought ftafl
BEST TOURNOUTS IN THB CTF
Second Street, between Railroad
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING L'iLL
TTfK OLDEST MILL IX TBTE CTRU
nen in need of aaah, floor, truss
etc Screen work a specialty. Mr
South First street. Telephone 4 OX
Thos. F. Keleber
DEVOE8 RK-DT PAINT
One Gallon Coyer 800 Square
PALMETTO ROOF PATJfT
Stops Leaks, Lasts F1t TWr
408 Weat Rathead Avaoer
TOTI A OR API
Dealers In Groceries, ProTlslona, Ma
Oraln and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wines Lionn
and Cigars. Place your orders (
this line with us.
I1I-I1I-11T NORTH TH X Wt
All Kinds of Fresh and bait
Steam Sausage Factory,
Masonic Building, North TUIrd
norsE FCRNisnEns. new ax
KFXXNDILAND. WE BUY IIOl
HOLl GOODS, 914 W. GOLD AVMk
G. NUUSEN. BL1NAGER.
DAVIS & Z EARING
309 W. Gold A ve.
1 " put
It real coffee dtsturos your stom
ach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try
this clever Coffee imitation Dr.
Snoop's Health Coffee. Or. Shoop
has closely mutched old Java and
Mocha Coffee in flavor and taste,
yet it has not a Kingle grain of real
coffee in it. Dr. bhoop's Health Cot
fee Imitation Is made from par
toasted grains or cereals, with Mart.
Nuts, etc. Made In one minute. No
tedious long Malt. You will surety
like It. Get a free eample at our
store. C. N. Brtgham.
Trial Catarrh treatments are belngr
ni.illfl out fiee, on I finest, Ly lr.
Shoop, ltaclne. Wis. These tests are '
proving to the people without m
prnny' cost the great value vt
thli silentiflc prescription known to
druggists everywhere ss Dr. Snoop's
CaUrjh Remedy. Sold by all doaW
121 Rattrtad Ansa