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I UK A I IU'Qt KHQl' r. DAILV CITIZKN SATl'KIMV JtfNE 6
Tf e First Requisite The very first rmui.-ite of a shoe is that it shall fit the foot with ab-o'utt accuracy. Closely, but not tightly! No waste space, yet no pressure! The' "Oue n Quality ' Shoe is made so that It Fits the root It fits it just as a Paris-made glove tits the hand. Hive you ever noticed thu no other shoe talks much about fit? Thvy talk about "styk" and "oeauty" and ' f.-rm" nd otln-r tl-inys th tt nu an nothing Hut they say little a oiu I I TJ Miey don't d.re to! "Cjuttn Quality" tils because it is an entirely differ ent ccn.-truction which, by the wa, adds man dol lars ro tl e weekiy pay roll. Uvit the shoes fit perfectly! BOOTS, $3.00. OXFORDS, $2.50. Special Styles &ic extra. Fast color eyelets. Do not wear braasy. rast color eyeieis. uo not wear uraasy. i f Golden Rule Drv Goods Company j AT NIESILU PARK. Closing ef a Very Successful Year for Agricultural College. INTERESTING PROGRAM C0N0ENSEO. Special Correspondence. Mesilla Park, June 4. The com mencement ball given last night and which proved to be a most enjoyable affair closed the events of the com mencement week for the College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts of this place. The week has been a very suc cessful one, all of the exercises being well attended and many of the alumni and old students having returned from different parts. The week was started by Miss Horn Ing'B reception to the seniors on last Saturday evening. Sunday morning came the baecaleaureate sermon and was delivered by Ker. William E. Fry of Las Cruces. The subject of his dis course was "What Is Life?" The competitive drill was held Mon day morning between the various quads and privates. The medal for the beBt drilled private fell to Homer Neal; the medal for the best drilled quad went to Corporal Bouts. The competitive drill between the com panies will occur early next fall. The medals awarded are handsomely en graved gold medals and suitably in scribed. Tuesday was inspection of the col lege and all departments were open. The board of regents met In quarter ly session to consider the recommen dations of the faculty for the conferr ing of degrees upon the senior class. Professor Hare, now first assistant in the mechanical department, was elect ed to fill the chair recently made va cant by the resignation of Professor , Goss. Charles Post was made first as iBtant, taking the place made vacant ly Professor Hare. The position of professor of English was declared va cant on account of the resignation of Miss Edith Davis. Her auccessor was not finally acted upon. Miss Davis has been with the col lege the past two years and she has done splendid work in building up her department, and it Is with regret that she leaves here. Her future home will le in Topeka, Kan. The allotment of the college printing was given the attention of the board and was awarded to the New Mexican Printing company of Santa Fe for the coming year. The alumni banquet was given at the dormitory Tuesday evening, and a large number were in attendance. The dining room of the dormitory was neal ly decorated with potted plants from -the college conservatory, and the peo ple were seated at a large horseshoe shaoed table. Addresses were made by President Foster of the college, President Williams of the Alumni as sociation, Fannie French and Stanley McGregor of last year's class gave toasts to the class of 1903, and Miss Ina Nelson responded In behalf of the class. J. D. Tinsley gave a talk on "Alumni." Oscar C. Snow read a paper on "Duties of Membership," and Judge J. U. McFie of Santa Fe also deliver ed an address and presented, for the association, a gift from Theron Ben nett, one of last year's class The officers for the coming year are: President, (ieorge M. Williams; first Tlee president, Frances French; sec ond vice president. I. H. Stanley; sec retary, Elizabeth C. Foster; treasurer Charles L. Post. The regular commencement program was arranged for Wednesday forenoon Owing to the Irregularity of the trains Re?. Mr. Moore of Santa Fe, who was to give the address was unable to ar- rlv In time for the exercises. The graduates, four in number, read ex traoU and abstract of tuetr taeoee MIsb Ina Nelson's theses was on the "Minerals of the Little Mining Re gion"; Miss Fannie Ford's work was along the line of the birds of New Mexico; Orrick B. Metcalf gave a re sume of his work on the flora of the Mesilla valley. Miss Maud E. McFie read extracts from her thesis which was on the "History of Messila Val ley." All the theses this year have been of great value and were particu larly interesting and well put together. All of them were started more than a year ago and the long and careful work has resulted in adding to the store of the college library. The commencement ball at the rink In Las Cruces closed the most suc cessful year In the history of the col lege. Waa Wasting Away. The following letter from Robert R. Watts, or Salem, Mo., Is Instructive. "I have been troubled with kidney dis ease for the last five years. I lost flesh and never felt well and doctored with leading physicians and tried all remedies suggested without relief. 1 Tplnallu f Irlrt liVl1ava TClflnpv P.lirfi BnB ,egg thRn two bottleg completely cured me and I am now sound and well." Alvarado Pharmac;-. MEETINGS. All Odd Fellows are requested to meet at I. O. O. F. hall on Sunday, June 7, at 10 a. m. sharp to attend memorial services. By order of N. G. D. G. Miler, secretary. Members of the Woodmen Circle are requested to meet at Knights of Py thiaB hall Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock sharp to take part In the decor ation day exercises of the order. There will be a regular meeting of Albuquerque Typographical union, No. 304, at Odd Fellows' hall, ou Sunday afternoon, June 7th, at 2:30 o'clock. By order of George Hopping, president H. H. Wynkoop, secretary. Regular meeting Central I.abor Un ion Monday evening at 8 o'clock at hall on West Gold avenue. Business of importance will be transacted. By order Robert Massey, president. Har man H. Wynkoop, secretary. WHEN BABY S3 COMING USE Mother's Friend Woman's greatest dreaui of beauty and lory is whin nature has chosen her to ecotne a mother. Every faculty is keenly alert as she foresees the joy, umbition, success ana the lite-long saUMaction com- fng nearer, day by day, in the dear and tnuoceni ueiug so such iu see ii:ai, uuu the uncertainty whether she shall see a sweet girl or a brave boy face beside her on the pillow adds zest to her expectancy. Mother's FrlciiJ applied externally throughout prernaticy will relieve the pain of parturhiuu, and no mother ami child can fail t ) be healthy, hearty, strong, clear compli-xioiied, pure blooded and fheerful in disposition, who are umtuallv influenced by the continued use of this great liniment. .MOTIIKR'S 1;RIEND. iliuy of Urn ts. 4i oo per bottle. Cur treatise " Motherhood mulled fi ree. litC BRADFlElO KEGUIAIOR CO Atlanta. 6a. WONT STAND CUT. Arizona Miners Walk Out When Em- ployers Attempt to Reduce Wages. NEW SCALE SHOULD BE ADOPTED. A ulegiam from Phoenix, Ariz., Hated June 3. fays: Ji'varnl thout-Mid miners are Idle In Arlaona luvaiie of attempts to reduce the wage pcaic liy mine operators as a result of th" eight-hour law, which became cffectlw on Junp 1 Thirty-, Ave hundred men are out on strike at . Clifton and seilous labor troubles are brewing at .arome and other camps, i TUe eight-hour law has (aimed no dis turbance at Hlsbee, where the eight j hour day was adopted years ago. At Tombstone the eight-hour law went 1 Into effect without friction, and there was no reduction of wages, though the ei'stomary dav hitherto consisted of ! tin hours. At Clifton anil Morencl j the operators hnld a conference, fl ' lowln which they offered to the min- ers nine hours' pay.accordlng to thp (prevailing scale for eight hours' work in the future, declaring that they were operating on a margin of profit which would admit of no greater concession. The miners, acting under instructions of the federation, refused to accept the overtures and went out on strike. The rompanieq, however, anticipated this move and closed down all their works as soon as it was ascertained that their proffered concessions met with disapproval and all hands have ben Idle since Monday. Clifton and Morencl were ten-hour camps. The principal companies affected there are the Arizona Copper company and the Detroit Copper company, two of the leading copper producers of the west. The Shannon Copper company in that district lets it swork by contract and probably is unaffected. In northern Arizona several mines have closed down and the men are locked out. Pranch unions of the Western Federa tion have plastered the district with notices warning men from working at pny of the mines closed down until the trouble with the men locked out is adjusted, although the operators declare they have discontinued opera tions for other reasons than the new law. O OFFICIAL MATTERS. The following territorial funds have been received by J. H. Vaughn, terri torial treasurer: From H. O. Bursum, superintendent of the territorial peni tentiary, convicts' earnings, $181. Coal Statement The following coal declaratory state ment was made at the land office: Samuel H. Wallace, Denver, S. V4. SE. 4. section 8 and N. NE. Vx Bectlon 17, T. 31 N... R. 1 W., 160 acres in Rio Arriba county. Appointed Captain, Governor Otero has appointed W. C Porterfleld of Silver City as a captain in the First regiment of infantry. New Mexico national guard. He Is assign ed to duty as commissary officer on the staff of the colonel commanding the regiment. Land Office Business. The following homestead entries were made: Manuel M. Trujillo, Ray ado. IfiO acres In San Miguel county Trinidad Rael. Santa Rosa. IfiO acres in Leonard Wood county; Gabriel Cha con. Santa Rosa, 160 acres In Leonard Wood county; Primitive Martinez, V His Last Hope Realized. From the hentlnel, Gebo, Mont. In the first opening of Oakland to settlers In 1889. the editor of this pa pur waa among ue many seekers after fortune who made the big race one fine day in April. During his traveling about and afterwards his camping up on his claim, he encountered much bad water, which, together with the severe beat, gave him a very severe diarrhowa, which It seemed almost lm- oossible to check, and along In June the cane became so bad he expected to die. One day one of his neighbors brought him one small bottle of Lnam beriain'B Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy aa a lat hope. A big dose waa given mm wuiid no moo "'""b about on the ground In great agony, ana in a iw iiiuiuit-B mo waa tr pea ted. The good efTect or the meal-, cine was soon noticed and within an j uour the patient was taking his flrBt ( sound sleep for a fortnight. That one ( ntUe bottle worked a complete cure, and he cannot help but feel grateful. The Beation for bowel disorders being at hand suggests this item. For sale by all druggists. w aasgg 'irv Ijpl 113-115-117 Houtb lirttt fcuret In San Miguel county. Depatiet Appointed. Paee n. Otero, territorial Ann and ?a:r:u:?,- haftT'",,::,,.t!!; limillK Ml (ruurn. j, fl, f 1 11 1 (mi 11 . wt- tcc, for San Juan county; Dr. L. O. Rice, Klk. for Chaves county; Oporge D. Young. A. D. Ranch, Hugh Allen. Vermljo: W. O. Iif-an. Cimarron; Wade Brackctt. Qporpc lyl Frank Madden. Catsklll, all of Colfax county. Agents Designed. TIip Sierra Florida Mining Company, organized unrlr the laws of New Mex ico, but a majority of whose atock- holders reside outsido the territory, tins filed a certificate w ith J. W. Ray- nobis, territorial secretary design aft- Ing place of business In the territory and the name of the local agent. The asent Is J. J. Smith and the principal ilnce of business it at Demlng, Luna couaty. Survey Approved. Mineral survey Mo. 1154 has been approved by Surveyor General Morgan O. Llewllyn. The survey is of the Cashere group comprised of the North ern Light. Tay Roll, Cashere and New foundland lode mining claims situated n the Keystone mining district In Toas county. The claimants are the Cashere Mining and Milling Company of Tons county, and the survey was made by William E. McKenn of Toas, deputy United States mineral survey or. Incorporations. Articles of Incorporation were filed with the territorial secretary by the White 'Mountain Mining and Develop ment Company. The Incorporators are: J W. Sanson M. H. Garland. E. V. Epfelle, of Chaves county. New Mexico; J. Mack Smith of Eddy coun ty; W. F. Peacock of Lincoln county. The board of directors la to have a membership of five stockholders of the company and the first board is com posed of the incorporators. The com pany is authorized to buy, sell, lease and develop mining claims and to place necessary machinery for the same in Lincoln county. New Mexico. The principal office is to he at Roswell In Chaves county, and the term of ex istence Is fifty years. The capitali zation $250,000, which is divided into 10,000 shares of the par value of $25 each. TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. Is the Only Possible Way of Having a Permanent Cure. If you see a woman or a man with luxuriant, glossy hair, you may be sure neither has dandruff to amount to any thing. In nearly every case where women and men have thin, brittle hair, they owe it to dandruff. There are hundreds of preparations that 'claim" to cure dandruff, not one but Newbro's Herplclde tells you that dandruff is the result of a germ bur rowing into the scalp, and that perma nent cure of dandruff and its conse quent falling and baldness can only be had by killing the germ; and there is no other preparation that will destroy that germ but Newbro's Herplclde "Destroy the cause, you remove the el feet " "Sold by leading druggists. Send luc iu stamps for sample to ihe Her picide Co., Detroit, Mich. B. H. Rrigga & Co., special agents. Ai the hrtrit ef the occtn, this hotel is not onir uic most beautiful but is In every wiy J the finest beach house within elccirio car distance of l.os Angeles. The best billing, bathing and boating on the If A coast. Golf, tennis, riding, driving, 4)iinarus, pawling, aunuiici rmt, K $3.50 day and up. Special rates ty tlte week, 12.so ana up. 5. nuici ntuuiuu lunrAiii Ron Mound. IfiO acres GOLD'S OLD CURIOSITY SHOP FREE MUSEUM ESTABLISHED 1869 , r.'.;,, v-. i--,4 Fi rjf'fiv? Lb' yv1 -.5 Alaska Refrigerators "The World's Best19 All Hard Wood, Charcoal Filled, White Knamel lined Car Load Just Received WHITE MOUNTAIN Ice Cream Freezers Ice I'icks and Ice Shredders Etc. Full L ine of Gaso-line-Stoves and Summer Kitchen Utensils. i-i VPN M Y HAIJUWAlth PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. HONEY TO LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, urgans. Horses, Wagons and other Chattels, ilso on Salaries. FROM $10 UPWARDS. One to twelve months time la Riven. Wltjout delay and strictly piivate. Goods remain in your possession. GET OUR RATES before borrowing. PRIVATE OFFICES, OPEN EVENINGS. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO., Rooms 3 and 4 Grant BulUling, 306 West Railroad Avenue. CLASSIFIED ADS. WANTED. WANTED Room and board In private family, close in, for man and wife; not Invalids. Address F. W., this office. WANTED Girl for general house work; good wages. 402 South Edith street. WANTED Few experienced coal dig gers at the Carthage coal mines. Ad dress A. 11. Hilton, San Antonio, N. M. WANTED A girl, 610 South Broad way. Mrs. J. C. Baldrldge. WANTED Good all round cook; young single man preferred; for small hotel feeding about seventy five people daily; give reference and state salary wanted. Address, Albuquerque Daily Citizen. WANTED Fifty girls for steady em ployment at Rio Grande Woolen mills. WANTED Saveral hundred pounds of lead pipe. See The Citizen. WANTED Local and traveling agents to represent the Indiana State Life. Address L. W. Galles, Albuquerque, N. M. WANTED Highest price paid for gents' second hand clothing and tools. Send address and will call. R. Sweeny, 515 South First BtreeL FOn RENT. FOR RENT Blacksmith and carriage painting shop on Tijeras road; also store next Metropolitan saloon. In quire Bachechi & Gioml, 109 South First street. FOR RENT Large and pleasant front room on ground floor, with house keeping privileges. Apply at No. 223 North Fourth street. FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, with or without board. Mrs. H. E. Rutherford, 113 Iron avenue. FOR RENT Furnished kitchen, pan try, dining and bed rooms, $15 per month. Enquire at Minneapolis house. South Second street. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with bath in private family. 616 North Second street. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, without board; also furnished rooms for light housekeeping. Inquire 124 South Edith street. Mrs. Zellhoefer. FOR RENT From May 1 to Sept 1, the Highland Hotel, will rent rooms at $10.00 per month and up. LOANS. MONEY TO LOAN In sums to suit Address, postoffice box 383, Albu querque, N. M. AGENTS. PORTRAIT AGENTS We make the best work In the country at the low est price. Send for our catalogue. J. I. Richey & Co., artiBts, 5943 La Salle St., Chicago, 111. MISCELLANEOUS. 2,5t0 FOR $5 Best, cheapest insur ance, accident, sickness; claims promptly settled; agents wanted; liberal pay. International Company, 231 Broadway, New York. Subscribe for The Citizen. ABE GOLD, Proprietor 311-C17 San . Francisco Street, Corner Burro Alley, Santa Fe, N. M. Wholesale and Retail Dealer hi INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS The lamest and best atock of Indian Baskets, Blanket, Pot tery, Etc., In the country. Mexican Drawn Work a 8pec laity. Don't fail to call and see us "f m. wtien In the city. SEND FOR CATALOGUE CO... Albuquerque, New 31exi o CHIFFONIERS DRESSERS IRON REDS AND STAPLE IFIUJ13M11TIUI13 at your own prices Anything to Put Into a House. Our Intsallment Plan. Is opening up well. Try It. 0. 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Carrie th Largest and rtoct Ciutulv Stock ot Staple Orocerles foand soathweat. FOR ALL.... ee our nice new stock of Road Wagons for $45.00 Buggies S5HOO, all guaranteed. fully Largest stock of Vehlclea ever brought to the Vest. Special Low Prlcea Now.