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FRIDAY, MARCH I, UOS.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITTZKIn E OTHER EQUALS THE GOLD COIN FLOUR A tfa ILast A AND ALONG CAME A REAL PIRATE A A 0W 75 the Time IN TOE PEREA ADDITION Six beautiful lots on New York Avenue adjoining Luna Place Chance for Profit Offered The Even ing Citizen Reader. Let No One Fail to Benefit. A r .e- cif&ShJiJ TRAINS FAIRLY FLY FOR A PRIZE OF $7,000,000 GREAT SPEED CONTEST OF TWO RAILROADS OUT FOR MAIL CONTRACTS TO SOUTHWEST TOO EVEN FOR THE COLD-HEARTED POSTOFFICE - - Y J c ' m O Jk 7 g ... aM . j ft 4 ft' CONDITIONS Competitors -Iron Mountain aiU and "Katy." Course From St. Louis to miles. Time About seventeen hours, frotu dawn to dusk. Prize Mail contract estimated to be worth $7,000,000. Results Mail far 4,000 southwestern postofflces advanced from twelve to twenty-four hours. Races are run daily, rain or shine. Postal employes are time keepers. Uncle Sam is the Judge. Excuses don't go. Results count. miintit tt Kansas City, Mo., March 2. A; jrize estimated to be worth $7,000,000 in th shape -of payments for handling i he mails from St. Louis to Texas, has inspired a series of speed con tests In the southwest which have broken all rfrransmlssissippl speed records for sustained distances, ann have endanged the laurels of eastern Toads for fast runs. The distance traversed daily by the rival flyers of the Iron Mountain and Cotton Belt railways on one hand and i he 'Katy"-'Frlsco on the other is about "oit miles. The average time made, including stops, is forty miles tin hour. The actual average running lime is close to sixty miles an hour. Individual instances are rejHirted lu whit-It much higher speed is inauu. For ins at.ro, the 'Frisco goes down onie of the grades In tho Ozarks In i he early morning hours at a rate ot .spei d which the engineers estimate to In eighty-live miles an hour. I: was re rted February 12 that the Vti-ceKaty train hail made as much a.-, iiiiii-ty-taree miles an hour, the day before. Mail w.iglurs have Just started in ; Pr. 1 inn how much the government jihall pay fur the next four years for irausportliig the mails from St. Louis u thi- southwest. No one can f2y Jus; what the weights will be for the next loo days, but cart ful calculations based . n the piesttit average amount carried, and the existing rate of pay. makes it $o0o u day. seven days in the week. The contract runs for four yeais, which would make the total amount J7,yiMi,(Hiit. The fast mail trains of b th sys terns leave St. Ixniis between 2 and 3 a. m Both rea-h Dallas and Fort Worth between fi:8u and 8. One ot OF ST. LOUIS, HOT A FIGHT DEPARTMENT. ' 4 " ft' OF CONTEST. CcttJn Belt, against the 'Frisco Dallas and Fort Worth, ubout 700 the competitors will establish a sched ule beating the other by half an hour or so, and (he next day the rival will have clipped off forty-five minutes and again take first place. Then the de feated line will start its train thirty minu'es tarlitr and cut out a couple of stops and win again, only t: be met with a new schedule by tho other. The competition has reached a point where the pos-oflir-e depart meni U said to have lndicat.tl that it to stop. Is time VOTERS MUST PAY THEIR POLL TAX NEW LAW BRANDS DODGERS DE LINQUENT AFTER APRIL 1 DE LINQUENTS ARE DISFRAN CHISED. In keeping with the new poll tax law passed by the last legislature, to take effect after March 1, 1906, poll tax for the present year and all en suing years is due after March 1. and must be paid under penalty of suit be fore April 1, and in accordance with this law, Charles White, clerk of the beard oi eduction, began yesterday gathering In the 1I06 assessments. A revised list of the lno.l roll, upon which theiv are yet many names, that do not have the little mark following them, signifying that the owner is not a school tax dodger, will be posted In ASK YOUR a conspicuous place tomorrow, so that there will be no excuse for those on the list not paying. Actions ordered against the 1905 delinquents are being brought dally. and an effort will be made to complete the list, which contains several bun dred names, some of them business men. before April 1. If the court is not able to reach all the delinquents by that time, there will be some dis franchised voters at the spring elec tion, for, according to the attorney general of the territory, the man who doesn't pay his poll tax, forfeits his right t; vote. This law will likely disqualify a large number of voters at the city spring election, which comes on April 2. MORE NEwImISeT FOR ALBUQUERQUE II ict A r U AftTrn iki rue mm r. ING HISTORY OF A RAPIDLY GROWING TOWN. Architect La Driero yesterday let the contract, for n two-story, eight room residence, to be built for W. Allison, at the corner of West Stl ver avenue and Seventh street. The first st-cry will be cement blocks while the second story will be built of lumber and shingles. John Hart has the contract. Mr. La Drlere recently let the con tract for a two-story brick residence for Ambroslo Candelarla, to be built near the corner of West Tljeras ave nue and Sixth street. Wallace Hes seldcn secured the contract for the building and the Standard Plumbing company will do the plumbing, which will c:nslst of a sanitary system of hot and cold water throughout the building. The specifications for the new tele phone building, which is to be built on North Third street, will be on their way to Denver for epprova within a few days. Mr. I.a Drlere, who Is the architect, expects to have them back within ten days, and be aide to ask for bids for the e nstrue tion of the building by the termlna tlon of that time. CRUSHED BY HEAVY PIECES OF LUMBER Word was telephoned to the HI Paso ews of a saa accident, which tiaic pened at Jarilla Junction, N. M. J W. Bailey, of that place, while work Ing on a pile of lumber, was struck by some heavy timbers and instantly killed. Details of tho accident are lacking but It Is presumed that the removing of some pieces of lumber dislodged otiiers, which Bllpped and fell on the unfortunate man. air. uauey anil nis wire ran a res taurant at Jarilla, and besides bis wife, he leaves a boy, who Is 12 years of age. The deceased was a native of Ark ansas, from which state he moved to New Mexico some time ago. it is slated that definite arrange ments for the fin ral have not yet been made, and so It b not yet known w hether the n mains will be shinned to Arkansas or the Interment take place at Jarilla. A Scientific Wonder. The cures thai stand to its credit make Bucklen's Arnica Salve a scien tific wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford, lecturer for the Patrons of Husbandry, Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case of piles. It heals the worst, burns, a-res, boils, ulcers, cuts, wounds, chil blains and salt rheum. Only 2Tic at. all drug stores. MAIL CONTRACTS AWARDED. The contract for carrying the mail uejuvenesceure and Orowth lu Heav on the star routes out of Ijis Vegas, en Houses and Homes In Heaven fr:m July 1, 'M6, to July 1. 1910. hav Carments in Heaven Children in been awarded Bi follows: Las Vegas Heaven Sex and Marriage In Heav io Rix-iada. Kugeuio Romero; I. as Ve en Work In Heaven Thro Three gas to Mineral Hill. An'onio M. Lu- Heavens and How llelated Eternal ee'ro; La?: Vegas to tJuilinas Springs, ' Progress In Heaven Consociation of !'.;fael Lucero. Herman Switzcr, manager ,;f local Harvey curio rminw, ha-, turned from a visit lj Callup. the re GROCER If one can only recognize the symp toms of Indigestion In the early stages, he la then In a position to pro tect himself by proper attention. "He is twice armed who la fore warned." Now Is tho time to be benefitted. Just as soon as you find that your food can be tasted after eating, when the abdomen swells of bloats, whon the tongue Is furred, the breath heavy, the appetite poor, the head dull and aching occasionally, then Is the time for treatment with Ml-o-na. This reliable remedy Is a perfect restorer and strengthener of the whole digestive system. It restore! lost functions to the stomach, strengthens tho nervous system, and enables one to eat what he likes with out fear of distress or trouble. So uniformly successful has Ml-o-na been In curing all stomach troubles that J. H. O'Reilly & Co. give a sign ed guarantee with every 60 cent box to refund the money if It does not cure. The risk is all theirs. CARRIED HIS GUN FOR TEACHER'S BENEFIT. A special dispatch from Raton, ta the Denvqr Nrtw. dated February fcays: Arthur Ruby, a student in the eighth grade of the public schools ar this place, today while handling a J8-caiiber revolver, accidentally dis charged It in the schoolroom. It occurred a few minutes before noon, which 4-aused no little excite ment among the students. The ball struck a metal seat brace, splitting it one-half of the ball penetrating the npor while the other half glanced upward, inflicting a flesh wound in the arm of Miss Edna Leeny, a 14 year-old girl on the opposite side of the aisle. This lad has caused his teacher no small amount of trouble. and It Is stated that he has been carry ing a gun to school sinoe receiving a severe punishment from his teacher last week. TOUR EUROPE FREE THE COURIER -JOURNAL TO TAKE NINETEEN YOUNG WOMEN ABROAD AS ITS GUESTS. The Courier-Journal is conducting a popularity contest that eclipses any thing of the kind ever promoted In mat section. Briefly, the Courier Journal proposes to take on a seven- weeks' tour abroad nineteen young women from Kentucky and southern Indiana, all expenses paid, from the day the party leaves Louisville, July iz, until it returns to "The Old Ken tucky Home." August 29. To give all a chance the Courier-Journal has di vided Louisville and Kentucky and Southern Indiana into eighteen dis tricts, and the most" popular young woman from each district Is to be the one to make the tour. The nineteenth young lady Is to be selected in an other way. Readers of the Courier- Journal are to select the guests for the paper, by ballot. It Is estimated that the trip alono will cost the Cour ier-Journal about $15,000, to say nothing of Incidental and other neces sary expenses. There may be a young woman from this section who Is a candidate for this tour. Write the Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky., for a 1st of candidates and full details of the tour. PROPOSALS FOR BARN. Depart ment of the Interior. Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, February 5, 1906. Sealed proposals, endorsed "Proposals for Barn, ZunI School, New Mexico," and addressed to the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, Wash ington, D. C, will be received at the Indian office until 2 o'clock v. m.. March 20, 1906. for furnishing and de livering the materials and labor nec essary to construct and complete ft stone barn at the ZunI Indian school, New Mexico, In strict accordance with plans and specifications and instruc tions to bidders, which may be exam ined at thfs office, the offices of The Citizen. Albuquerque, X. M.; Improve ment i.ulieMn, Minneapolis, Minn.; American Contractor, Chicago, 111.; Construction News, Chicago, 111.; Builders & Traders' Kxchaugea at St. Paul. Minn., Minneapolis, Minn.; .Milwaukee, Wis., and Omaha, Neb.; tne Northwestern Manufacturers' As sociation. St. Paul, Minn.; the U. S. Indian Warehouses at 119 Wooster street, New York City. 205 South Canal street, Chicago, 111., 602 South Seventh street, St. Louis, Mo., 815 Howard street, Omaha, Neb., and 23 Washington street, San Francisco, Cal., and at the sc'iool. For further Information, apply to Douglas B. Graham, superintendent, ZunI, New Mexico. C. F. larraljee, Acting Com missioner. HEAVEN REVEALED. By Benjamin Fiske Barrett. pp. 5Vx" inches; flee cloth.) large type; For a limited period till book Is of fered at trade rates, 50 cents, with 9 centi postage for mailing, CONTENTS. The Origin of At.els The Essen tbl Nature of Ik.iven Character of M;o Angr-ls Te-i!i:or.y of Scripture The Sure Way to Heaven Practical Tendency of This Disclosure En vironment In Heaven, and What De termines It Sorlotbs In Heaven A Heaven for the N'en Christian World Are Earthly Relationships contin ued in Heaven? Mee'lng and Recog nition of Friends In the Hereafter Personal Appearance of the Angels Angels With Men. Addrest, THE NUNC LICET PRESS, 42 West Coulter Street, Philadelphia. Pa. FOR GOLD COIN FLOUR A A $100 Down Balance $25 A A 4 Office Surety investment Co rm am m m m D. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the City of Albu querque, New Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 1906, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and 6 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the following polling places; First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwick & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of K. II. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fouith Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At which said election the qualified electors of the said City of Albuquer que, New Mexico, residing within the H:nit8 of tho said city, shall choose the following officers: One Mayor For a term of two years; One City Clerk For a term of two years ; One City Treasurer For a term of two years. Two Members of the City Council from the First Ward One for a term of four years and ono for a term of two years, to fill out an unexpired term. One Member of the City Council from tho Second Ward For a term of four years; One Member of the City Council from the Third ward For a term of four years. One Member of the City Council from the Fourth Ward For a term of four years. One Member of the Board of Edu cation from tho First Ward For a term of four years; Two Members of the Board tof Edu cation from the Second Ward One for a term of four years, and one for a term of two years, to fill out an un expired term. One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Third Ward For a tern of four years; One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Fourth Ward For a terti of four years; FRANK McKEE. Mayor. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held In the City of Al buquerque, New Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 1906, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and C o'clock p. ni.. of said day, at the following polling places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwick & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourtn Ward Near corner of Cop per i.venuo and Third street. At which election the question of authorizing the Issuance of Three Hundred Thousand ($300,000) Dollars of bonds of said City of Albuquerque, ."'ew Mexico, to purchase and extend to vater works now owned by the Water S-.ipply company of said city, v.111 be submitted to the qualified voters of said city, who ore the own ers of real nnd personal property, subject to taxation, within tho City of AH)uue--(uc. FRANK McKEE, Mayor, o NOTICE Notice 1s hereby given that un election will be held lu the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Tues day, April 3rd, 1900, between tho hours of 9 o'clock a. in. and 6 o'clock p. in., of saTU day, at the following voting places: Hist Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwick & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. II. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourth Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At wMr'i said election the question of authorizing the is:-mance of Thirty Thous.uiii ($:ii),o0) Dollars of bonds of tin said City of Albuquerque, New Mi ie-i. t ) erect and build a city building, will ie submitted to the qualilied voteis of said city, who are t! e t vntrs of real or personal prop erty, subject to taxation, within tbo dl City of Albuquerque, New Mex ico. FRANK McKEE, Mayor. Tbe national ski tournament at sb-..-iii:ii.. Mich., l.u.i week bruught out some o! the 1 cm talent -In thi line in th north. The best Jump was made by Die Handsel h or Red Wing, Minn., who cleared '.'i feet. MMtiMMIlldfi UIM I Itin UCI DCDC A , he isn't willing? Willingness It j an ample mantle which will al- e : rntMt cover ail tbe sins of serv- ice. But a classified advertise- i n:ent In Tbe Evening Citizen Is a -.iiiintf. helner thai Is not only a. aiiariliitc'vr rnmiifetent. hut ilea la t ulllinir worker. It workt all the time for you. It It the best t and most economical publicity In f the wor!J. K. B. SELLLRS, Agent. To place I 1 FOR PRINTING Don't wait until your supply is entirely gone. Remember it takes time to execute good lob Printing and you should demand the very-best. JOB DEPARTMENT produces work that pleases its cus tomers. A 'phone call will have our man at your place of business to talk this mat ter over. New series of job type, just the kind for all commercial work, have been received at this office the past few days. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 8687.) Department of tho Interior, Ijind Of flee at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan nary 30, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler has filed notice of nis Intention to make final proof in support of bis claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 6, 1906, viz.: John A. Sweeney, of Bernalillo county New Mexico, for the lots 1, 6 and 7. of section 1, township 8 north, range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: James R. Bingham, John W. Bar nett, Manuel Iopez and Ell A. Can troll, all of Albuquerque, New Mexico. MANUEL, R. OTERO, Register. MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR My mercaant tailoring mop is up stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage of the public. All work guaranteed first class, as I have had fifteen years' ex perlence in the business. Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. The specific I use will not Injure the cloth. Ladles' garments also cleaned and walking skirts madeimitted by claimant. to order. Give me a trial. O. BAMBINI. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors, No. 209 West Railroad avenue. Is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicur ing. Mrs. UuniMnl's own preparation of complexion cream builds up the skin and improves the complexion, Is guaranteed not to be injuri ous. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures ami prevents dandruff and 1 , ' " """" liair: removes moles, wans and su- ! I1'' ' hair. Also a face powder, a xltreckle cure and pimple cure and pile Pure, of these preparations are i purely vegetable compounds Hate just addel a vibrator machine for treatment of scalp, face, and cure of wrinkles. It is also used f3r rheuma tism, pains and massage. COMING EVENTS March 9 Kerry from O-rry. March 'Jl Eilerys Royal Italian liand. Match 31 Charles HanforJ Com pany lu ShaUspearlan Plays. a Month your order 1 CITIZEN I NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 69S.) Department of the Interior, Unite States land office, Santa Fe, N. M. January 29, 1906. Notice is hereby given that the following-named claimant bat filed no tice of his intention to make final proof In support of hlg claim under sections IS and 17 of tbe act ot March 3, 1891, (26 Stats., 854), at amended by the act of February 1, 1893, (27 Stats., 470), and that tald proof will be made before tbe United State court commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M., on March 9, 190C, vis.: Placido Salazar y Otero, for tbe S. H. C. No. C98, for lot 1. sections 25 and 26; lots 3 and 4, sections 23, 24. 25 and 26; lot 2, section 25, township 7 north, range 2 east. He names the following wltnettee to prove bis actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twent: years next preceding the turvey ot tbe township, viz.: Jesut Garcia, of Valencia, N. M.; Meliton S. Otero, of Peralta, N. M.; Salvador M. Gonzales, of Albuquerque, N. M.; Juan Sanchez y Apodaca, of Feralta. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against tbe allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason under tho laws and regulations of the Interior department why such proof should not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at tbe above mention ed time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to t'lft-r -v liU iii o in rrLuiial of that tub- MANUEL R OTERO, Register. 1 NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 6048.) Department of the Interior, Land Or tlee ot Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 30, 1906. Notice is hereby given that tne 4 -lowing named settler has filed notice of his intention to make final proof lu support of his claim, and that tald proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March C. 1906, viz.: Manuel Chaves y Turrleta, of Ber nalillo county. New Mexico, for tbe lot 4, and the southeast quarter of the southwest quarter of section 19, town ship 9 north, range 3 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon and cultivation of said land, viz.: Gregorlo Apodaca y Candelarla, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Francisco Orlego, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Manuel Antonio I'ena, of Ptjarlto, New Mexico; Ramon Lopez, ot Albu querque. New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. o Try a Citizen want ad.