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MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1908.
ALHUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN PAQI TMtff, OTHER EQUALS THE GOLD COIN ROUR NONE MOST ANYTHING It's an 111 fire that Mows no good to John I). The Springfield mob started theirs with kerosene. As Governor Folk has promised- to P"t an end to b mkmaklng, maybe we won't, bo bother d any more by Marie Corel!!. the "Your new rongressmtm ha reputation of being lazy, la he?" "Yes, and that's why we elected him. He isn't likely to cause us a.s much trouble as an Industrious man." THINGS ARE COMING GOOD. We are surely very grateful to those of our readers who have come in and paid up the last two weeks. It makes is feel happy indeed to receive a Hale spare money once In a while, it. gives us new vigor to push on and worn narder in order to give you a good newsv paper. Butler, (O.) Times. and experience. They saw how vain able legs were to the Russians. THE YERKES-MI2NER SCHEDULE, Sunday Hallucination. Monday Amalgamation. Tuesday Newspaper sensat inn. Wednesday Indignation. Thursday Separation. Friday Explanation. Saturday Reconciliation. .lupiter had Just forged another thunderbolt. "They may haul me up for this.' he remarked, "But It'll be easy to get out of It. I can employ all the hand writing experts." A New York minister tells about two dozen girls who smoked seven dozen cigaretts at one sitting. Pretty won we'll be asking ihe girls to save the bands for us. Senator Morgan also had his Cromwell. A western man who committed liigamy declares he was 1n a trance when he married the second time. He makes no excuse for the first. "Your friend doesn't seem to be able to keep his Opinions to himself." "No. Wily should he? He's been on the bench for twenty years." CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS. As for the early bird, he got the frost this time. "To what do you owo your success?" asked the reporter. "I never put off until tomorrow any body who could be done today," re plied the life insurance president. "Wasn't there a romance of some kind in their wedding?" "No, the romancing didn't be gin until he nfU that chorus girl." The Little Doctor in your Vest Pocket 3 "How dees the senator stand on this proposition?" "He doesn't stand. He's hopping around." And then after a while a few mis slonaries might be spared from China to do some work in Springfield. O. THE SMITH, A GENTLE. MAN, WAS HE. Albert Kuhne Is kept busy from varly morning until late at night. Mr. Kuhne Is not only a good smith but tie Is also an upright and obliging jrentleniaTi. Owensvllle. (Mo.) Repub lican. "Oh, Knoxly isn't such a bad fellow. He isn't half so black as he's painted." "No, nor his wife half so pink." "You don't seem to indulge much in automobile talk." "That 8 because I don't believe in using profanity." "Are you convinced that the people are bound to have rate regulation?" asked the railroad president. "Absolutely," replied the United States senator. "We've got to give 'em regulation or they'll wipe us out and handle you fellows roughly. The sen ate must pass a bill." "Well, if you're convinced that a bill must be passed, just wait a few minutes and I'll have the general coun sel of the company draw one." "Ah, my dear," said the young hus band when they had been married a week, "this is not bread like mother used to" "Stop!" she cried. "Let me tell you right here in the beginning that 1 will listen to no such talk. If you wish to compare the food you mother gave you with what you got now you must do so silently." "Please don't Interrupt me," the young man replied coldly. "I was about to say this bread is not like the bread mother used to buy. And I wish you would buy in the future from the same bakery she does." EE the thin, round-cornered little Enamel Box below! When carried in your vest pocket it means Health-Insurance. It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant taste, almost as pleasant as chocolate. Each tablet is a working dose of Cas carets, which acts like Exercise on the Bowels and Liver. It will not purge, sicken, nor upset the stomach. Because It is not a driver," like Salts, So dium, Calomel, Jalap, Senna, nor Aperient Waters. These waste Diges tive Juices of the system needed to morrow, in merely flushing out the Bow els today. Neither Is it like Castor Oil, Glycerine, or other Oily Laxa tives that simply lubricate the Intes tines for transit of the food stopped up In them at that partic ular time. These emergency drugs relieve the Immediate trouble, but do not relieve its Cause. The same trpuble will therefore recur again till that Cause is removed per manently. The chief cause of Constipation and Indigestion Is a weakness of the Muscles that contract the Intestines and Bowels. Carcarets are practically to the Bowel Muscles what a Massage and Cold Bath are to the Athletio Muscles. " Bi!- S t Showing tize ot " lest Pocket" Cascaret Do t compared to Watch. They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to contract, expand, and squeeze the Diges tive Juices out of food eaten, Cascarets do this naturally, without purging or discomfort. They don't help the Bowels and Liver In such a way as to make them lean upon similar assistance for the future. This is' why, with Cascarets, the dose may be essened each succeeding time instead of increased, as It must be with all succeeding doses of other Cathartics and Laxatives. Cascarets a c t ljkj ejterclse. If carried In your Vest Pocket, (or car ried In My Lady'a Purse), and eaten Just when you sus pect you need one, you will never know a sick day from the ordinary ills of life. Because, nearly all these Ills begin In the Bo we is, "and partial Constipation paves the way for all other IMseases. "Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. Be sure you get the genuine, made only by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never sold In bulk." Every tablet stamped "CCC." FREE TO OUR FRIENDS! We want to send to oar friends s beautiful French-designed GOLD-PLATED BONBON BOX tjsrd-enameied In colors. It Is a beauty for the dressing table. Ten cents In stamps Is asked as a measur e of good faith and to cover cost ot Cascarets with which tins UalKly trinket Is loaded. Tin Send to-day. mentioning this paper. Address Sterling Remedy Comoanv. ChlcaJ-oiw New Vw? Vvfcnlcj aturday, March 17th. 2 p. m. 144 LOTS. IN THE EASTERN AND PEREA ADDITIONS AT PUBLIC AUCTION $5 Down and &5 a Month SCOTT KNIGHT, - - - Auctioneer News comes from San Francisco that a human skin brings $500. We've been skinned two or three times, but the fellow that did the job didn't get 100. The dressmakers, all over the coun try, are fighting the double cnm. That's right. One chin keeps a wom an busy enough. HARVE'S THE LIBERAL FELLOW. Seme sneak thief stole six hogs out of the stock yards pen Sunday night, belonging to Harve Powers. If the thief had Just asked Harve he would have given him a hog. There is noth ing small about Harve. Gentry (Mo.) Sentinel. Anyway, General Grosvenor has learned a prophet Is without honr.r in his own county. One of the Japanese statesmen thinks his people should sit on chair and develop their legs. The Japs never fail to profit from observation Scatty and Mi.ner should hasten to form a vaudeville team of themselves "What kind of a speech' did Bunker make when his associates presented that gold watch to him J" "Oh. he talked like an automobile." "Rattled right along, eh?'- "No, he ran along all right until he was about half way to the finish, and then he broke down." Well, well! The Harvard boys are being criticised for too rough play at basket ball. What Is college " sport coming to. anyway? Too rough at basket ball, and such a gentleman's game, too. Joe Cantillon of the Milwaukee club, has been Inoculated with the championship virus and his talk is covered with the pennant varioloid. He can see only a one-team race wim the Brewers winning the flag all the way. Gone to join the Outlaws Is Harry Wolverton of the Boston Nationals. What is that old song that used to have for its refrain "There Is No Sense in the Place Where the Brains Used to Grow?" The Keene stable ' at Hot Springs has captured the lion's share of the $15,900 thus fnr distributed at the present meet. Brlti's attempt to prove an alibi and a clean bill of health In the Gans af fair has only added to the gayety of the followers of the big mitt artists. O Ed Corrlgan thinks he has a prob able winner of the Kentucky derby in 'his stable of three year-olds) which he is wintering at Hawthorne track, Chicago. It is said the Boston Americans have the largest list of players from whom to select next season's team of any club in the league. Nothing Is said about the caliber of the men from whom the selections are to be made. O The Young Shop team, captained by Archie Dixon, clulms a victory over the Film Flam base ball team, played yesterday afternoon by a score of 12 to 1. The Young Shop team claims that the Flim-Flams quit ai the end of the third inning. O The committee in charge of the work of selecting a. team of athletes to represent this country in the Olym pic games at Athens has decided that whoever Is sent in charge as trainer must be an amateur. It Is generally believed that this is a mistake, as a professional trainer like Alonzo Stagg, Mike Murphy or Ernie Hjertberg could get much better results from the men and consequently give Amer- 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 Hnll. Second Ward At office of Chaa. Chadwlck & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At office of E. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. . Fouith Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At which said election the ouallfled electors of the ?aid City of Albuquer que, New Mexico, residing within the limits of the 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 CItw Cnnnrtl from the First Ward One for a term of four years and one for a term of two years, to fill out aa unexnlred lerin. one Member of the Cltv Council from the Second Ward For a term or rour years; one Member of the Cltv rvnnll rrom the Third ward For a term of rour years. one Member of the Clfv Council from the Fourth Ward For a term of iour years. One Member of the rtnnrrl rf ismm. Ica a better chance of capturing some I cation from the First Ward For a of the honors. I term of four years: Two Members of the Board cf Edu cation rrom the Second Ward One for a term of four years, and one for a icrm or two years, to fill out an un expired term. One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Third Ward For a terrt of four years; One Member of the Board of Edu cation from the Fourth Ward For a tern of four years; FRANK McKEE. Mayor, o- To place yotix order ' ' FOR I 1 PRINTING Battling Nelson now says he will nuet Amelia Herrera and Kid Her man In the same ring on the same night. Nelson should not remove the gag; Nolan Is his best mouthpiece. Study the oyster. Battling; It wlnB Its jewel through silence and maybe you might do likewise. Billy Delaney Is trying to match his protege, Al Kauffman, for a go with Tommy Burns. Delaney realizes that Kauffman would have to fight better than he did when he met O'Brien, but he thinks the big blacksmith has lm- NOTICE V4l I Quakerdom. w e Will Buy Dan Gallegos and a few of the lo cals were out on the Traction field yesterday Umbering up. There ought to be something doing In New Mexico base ball by May 1, and It might be well for those of the locals who as pire to make the 1906 team, to get out and brush up a little. O Connie Mack advises base runners to touch the first base with the left foot "because they can make a shorter turn in that, way," and he is being credited with unearthing a chunk ot great wisdom. Suppose it's the right foot's turn to come down when the base is reached, what then, oh, Con nie? LATEST VICTIM" OF FISTIC GAME You & Bottle of Liquozone, and Give It to You to Try. San Francisco, Cal., March 5. Harry Tenny's death as the result of r. double knockcuU ai the hana of Frankle Nell Wednesday night, is apt to sound the knell of prize fighting in this neck of the woods. Following as It does, upon the heiia of the Gans Britt scandal, the recent death ot Alec Dovln at Colma and- the Fight We make few claims of wlint Liquo zone will do. And no testimonial:; are published to show what it has clone. We prefer that each sick one should learn its power by a test. That is the quickest way to convince you. So we offer to buy the first bottle nnd pive it to you to try. Compare it with common remedies; see how much more it does. Don't cling to the old treat ments blindly. The scores of diseases which are duo to germs cull for a germi cide. Please learn what Liuuuzouu can lo. What Liquozone Is. The virtues of I.iqtiosone are derived solely from gases. The formula is sent to each user. The process of making re quires largo apparatus, und from S to 11 days' time. It U directed by chemists of the highest class. The object U to so fix and combine the gases as to carry into the system a powerful tonic-periiiiii.le. Contact with Liipiozone kills any form f dio.i5! germ, because germs are of vegetable origin. Yet to theboil'- l.i pio y.onc is not only harmless, but helpful in the extreme. That is its main dis tinction. Common germicides are poison i iiri.TJTuis when taken internally. I!;at is wliv iiio.hI i",iwmi medicine has been so helple, in u tfcrta ; .''.'v.'k disease. Liquozone is exhilarating, vi- i (,, lt .,i,li, talizing. purifying; yet no disease germ j rT!" can exUt in it. ih.-hutv iiurr'i.-fi We purchased the American r'wht to i'5.",if':v ;"""';"!T , ,1..... .....1 ,.r ...t-j i... " - been made with it. Its power had been proved, ngain and again, in the mo-t dif iictdt germ diseases. Then we offered to supply the first bottle free in every di sease that required it. And over one million dollars have been spent to un nounce and fulfill this offer. The result is that 11,01)0,000 bottles have been used, mostly in the past two years. Today there nro countless cured ones, scattered everywhere, to tell what Liquozone has done. lint ro many others need it that this offer is publi: ;l'ied still. In late ycars.sei ence lias traced scores of diseases to germ attacks. Old remedies do not nf ;d v to tliein. We wish to show those sick ones utour cost what Liquozone can do. Where It Applies. These are the diseases in which Liquo zone lias been most employed. In these it has earned its widest reputation. In all of tlieso troubles we supply the first bottle free. And in all no matter how dif ficult wo otTer eac h user a two months' further test without the risk of a penny. Aim mint form of (be following: Kidney Trouble LlviT Troiihlcj hjlmiiach Tmulll Women' J'liwaJ.4 tVvt-r. Intlaiiiuintlnn or cuturrli luipuru or pal Boned hl(ol uNiially tnillciUo n Krni uLlMck. In lifrvou rit'lilllty Lliiuuttine acu us a vltallxer, accuiupllshliif reumrkuble renulu. 50c. Dottle Free. If you need Liquozone, and have never tried it, please send us this coupon. We will then mail you n;i order on a local druggist for a full-size bottle, and will pay the druggist our Ives for it. This is our free gift, made; to convince, you: to let the product i;.!f ; bow vou v.bat it can do. In j l 'i. c to ouif. If, pl-aso accept it toilav, ff r i; places you under no obligations vhatevcr. Liquozone co. U "' e. and 51. 4 v J Ooltm Oont (timurrliftft- 11wt iltty tVvef lutlueuz La Grlpiw Irf-uri)rrn,o M ul vlt i ft - N pural gift PtUrf ijti'.my fUu'iJT.iiutMi. (MTtifulU phllli "-Ulll lM4iUh"9 Tii! mil.'., lkoi TroutU CUT OUT THIS COUPON Fill it out and mall U to L'Ijo Uijuozoug Com pn', iS-Hi Wubiuti Ave, tJlikmt. My dt'ttJ-.t U I liHve iu'vit trii'd ! t-.'.n ! '! h:;t If you will Hi.p;ly uirt ik ): U'IUj "en 1 . ill lui.o it. titvtf full LuMrrsft wriio p.uinly. v x.. nuquerque, .ew Mexico, on Tuesday, April 3, 1906, between the hours ot 9 o'clock a. ni. and 6 o'clock p. ni., of said day, at the following polling places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwlck & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward At olilee of E. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourth Ward Near corner of Cop per uvenuo and Third street. At which election the question of authorizing the issuance of Three Hundred Thousand ($:i"),000) Dollars of bonds of said City or Albuquerque, New Mexico, to purchaso and extend the vuter works now owned by the Water Supply company of said city, will he submitted to the qualified electors of said, city, who are the owners of real or personal property, subject to taxation, within the City of Albuquerque. FRANK McKEE. Mayor. NOTICE Notice is hereby given that an election will be held in the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, on Tues day, April 3rd, 1900, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and ti o'clock p. in., of saM day, at the following voting places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward At office of Chas. Chadwlck & Co., on (lohl avenue. Third Ward At. office of E. H. Dunbar, on South Third street. Fourih Ward Near corner of Cop per avenue and Third street. At whlc'i said election the question of authorising the Issuance of Thirty Thousand ($:i",0U0) Dollars of bonds of the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to erect and build a city building, will 'be submitted to the qualified electors of said city, who are the owners of real or personal property, subject to taxation, within the slid Ci'y of Albuquerque. New Mexico. FRANK McKEE, Mayor. Don't wait until your supply is entirely gone. Remember it takes time to execute good Job Printing and you should demand the very-best. CITIZEN 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. Trust fiasco, it emits as the final j straw to the air.aly breaking cam -i el's back f advei-e .sentiment. j Wi;.i a turf fcannal of huge prop. r-1 ticna brtwing in l.i- Angeles, the po-j H' J crusading with almost puritanical '''i 1 against all forms of gambling. I and press, pulp!' and populace de-' I'juni'ing nearly a:: lorms of profes i Try a Citizen want. ad. uUJ llml Oil Olit r unpi It-ll tu Ih'W UM-nl only. Any j. I,. villi mil er luapllal ihX yet ulin LwuoiOU will bti!.Jiy mi r ii upeU' sional spor, it lorn coast wer. al. ut fiiin of -The Spur Kl'eet the jrentr,' will read, 'No fho: s as ir tne l'altic take down its' s Paradise," ami i'h another, thai oUKhfare." KILLtne couch nd CURE the LUNC8 " Dr. King's New Discovery rONSUMPTION OUGHSand OLDS Prlet BOc 4 $1.00 Fret Trial. Barest and Uuickent Cure for oil THROAT and LUNO TEOUB- I US, or M0NK1 SACK. 4 ARNOLD S BET Flour is made from choiceTwfcey Kansas KIARD Wheat. a ksKyour neighbor aboui "ARNOLDS BEOT. "ARNOLD'S BEST" is beginning to make 'em all g'o some. insist tapoEH having "ARNOLD'S BECT," from all grocers NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 8687.) Department of the Interior, Land Of flee fit Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 30, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing named settler haB filed notice of Ms intention to make final proof In support of his 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 lota 1, 6 and 7, of section 1, township 8 north, range 2 cast. 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 Lopez and Ell A. Can trell, all of Albuquerque, New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS. OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOrt. My mercnaut tailoring rfion I un- stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage ot me puuuc. Ail work guaranteed first class, as 1 have had fifteen years' ex perlence In the business. Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. The specific 1 use will not Injure the .'loth. Ladles' garments also cleaned and walking skirts made to order. Uive me a. trial. O. BAMBINI. o Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors, No. 209 West Railroad avenue is pre pared to Klve thorough scalii treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicur , lng. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of complexion cream builds up the j skin and improves the complexion, and Is guaranteed not to be injurl ous. She also prepares a- hair tonic i that cures and prevents dandruff and ; hair falllns out; restores life to dead ,halr; removes moles, warts and su ; perfluous hair. Also a face powder, a I freckle euro and pimple cure and pile I cure. All of tlieso preparation are I purely vegetable compounds. Have, Just added a vibrator machine for treatment of itcalp, face, and cure of wrinkles. It is also used f-r rheuma tism, pains and massage. COMING EVENTS March 9 Kerry from Grry. March :M Kllery's Royal Italian band. March 31 Charles JlanforJ Com pany iu Suakbpeartau Tlays. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Small Holding Claim No. 698.) Department of the Interior, United btateg land office, Santa Fe, N. M 1 January 29, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named claimant has filed no tice of his intention to make final proof in 8Upp0rt of hig claim under sections 1G and 17 of the act of MarcH 3. 1891. (26 Stats.. 854), as amended fiT.f. 6 An 0f February 21. 1893. (27 Stats.. 470), and tnat said proof will be made before the United State court commissioner at Albuquerque. N. M., on March 9, 1906, vis.: Placldo Salazar y Otero, for the S. H. C. No. 698, for lot 1, sections 25 and 26; lots 3 and 4, sections 23, 24, 25 and I E6; lot 2, section 25, township 7 north, range 2 east. He names the following witnesses to prove his- actual continuous adverse possession of said tract for twent: years next preceding the survey ot the township, viz.: Jesug Garcia, of Valencia, N. M.: Mellton S. Otero, of Peralta, N. M.f Salvador M. Gonzales, of Albuquerque, N. M.; Juan Sanchez y Apodaca ot Peralta, N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial reason under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof shejld not be allowed, will be given an opportunity at the above mention ed time and place to cross-examine the witnesses of said claimant, and to offer evlilein-f m rebuttal of that sub mitted by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Homestead Entry No. 6048) Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Jan uary 30, 1900. Notice is hereby given that tae i lowing named settler has filed notice of his Intention to make final proof lu support of his claim, and that said proof will be made before the probate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mexico, on March 6, 1906. viz.: Manuel Chaves y Turrleta, of Ber nalillo county, New Mexico, for the lot 4, and the southeast quarter of th soufhwest 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.: Oregorlo Apodaca y Caadelarla, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Francisco Grlego, of Albuquerque, New Mexico; Mauuel Antonio Pena. of Pajarito. New Mexico; Ramon Lopez, of Alba querque, New Mexico. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. o Try a Citizen want ad.