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THE EVENING CITIZEN rMUhe Dally M Weekly ly The Citizen Publishing Company I at IVaUjJtka for tnmamiiwton throuah the ik M Wf ond eiua matter. ,LABEL OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE Western Mining Sections. Ml or Which Show Increased Activity. SILVER, GOLDiD COPPER SEEM IN THE LEAD FROM Most Recently Gathered Reports Especially In the Far West Districts. Spokane, Wash.: A long tunnel Is wing; driven on the Hannor-Maho mine near Mullah. Two hundred feet tive already been driven and a con tract for JOO feet more hns been let. la intended to follow the ledge for B feet, the entire length of the aulne property. T ... . i - . m itiuiii., mine experts are w-alcliing the driving of the tunnel on ' ran Little Canyon mine, within four mites of here. A contract has been Jet for 100 feet, which will be renew 4 until the 100-foot mark Is rench . where It Is expected ore will be encountered. lenver. Colo.: A Denver corpora won naa secured a 'valuable placer tract of nearly 600 acres In Penning ton county. South Dakota. The price lid waa In the neighborhood of a raarter million dollars The pur chasers were the Security Investment and alines company. Orient. Wash.: A ledge of copper "wwe, ot good showing, was opened on Iron Mask mine near here two "reekB ago while the assessment work u being done. The Abe Lincoln mine. Idle for ten yn. will be re-worked by its new wnera, A contract for a 100-foot airtn-tannel has been let. T' . - i V- I . ,1 . . . . . S. . i ' ,,r fnipments lare made ready at this point, four irloads .the result of the summer's on the Sunset mine, are ready -mt suw sacks are being brought in so Hiiao in rawhides from the BIs rk mine on South Fork, trips be ans maae whenever the snow is solid MMigh. wograiioe. N. M.: A shipment of urtace gathered ore of over 22 tons ma made recently from the two Lincoln-Consolidated properties, the Lincoln and Seven-Come-Eleven arise. The net profit per ton was fls.CL This ore was gathered while snaking ready for the winking of a Jep shaft. Boise, Idaho.: Peter Steele last wk made final payment of $10,000 o the $40,000 option held by him wi the Ilanner mine near Silver City, Idaho. Since acquiring the option Mr. Steele has developed the property fcy driving a 1100-foot cross-cut tun wel. The ore averages from 150 to 1t A ton. In the upper levels the ledge continues at a width of eight feet for 1J feet. Assays of the ore struck recently the Kagle mine, north of Walker Ote give from 175 to 330 ounces of aver. with an average of 2f0 ounces to the ton. lie Lunar. Nev.: This town is prac tically deserted. The recent strike in Meadow valley, two and u half miles caused a general exodus to MmU spot. One ot the last to go was u juaayer In a local mines office, he could not withstand the temptation mtlxr eiaming two samples, one run mtng HI ounces silver and l.os In Kld, the other 180 ounces silver and 4t In gold; all are eagerly watching tar the panning. The new district la Lincoln county in the extreme east mrm part of Nevada, thirty miles from tfellentea. J laker City. Ore.. Excitement s ,fe In the Cornucopia camp on Moulder reek over the rich placer strike made tUere December 17. Claims are being Ktaked all over the rump and up and Uwb the valley.' On the original -strike property twenty-one barrows f dirt yielded 173 In nuggets on De cember 11. The nuggets run about n !S as black beans. It was the A (soft Aunwcr, WEEKLY NEWS GATHERED AT LARGE FROM placer mines worked forty years ago that first made eastern Oregon fa mous as a gold producing district. The methods of the old-timer were lack ntnl are now being superseded by strnrn dredging, which Is expected to save much of the dust which would he lost by the old method. Seattle. Wash.: News from Seward. Alaska, reports an linportnnt gold strike on the western slope of Mt. McKinley near the headwaters of the Ktiskokwin river. Some excellent results are reported from miners working In the Seward district, In southeast Alaska, a dis trict known for thirty years. In eleven hours one miner mined out 123.19, while doing the minimi assessment work on his claim within three miles from Seward on Tonslna creek. Two miners from their claim In the Tent.i gold field have brought In 120,000 In gold dust us a result of two months' work. George Kberhardt. one of the original discoverers of the district, passed through Seward on his way to Seattle recently with a sack contain ing f3,iMii). Another miners on the Lake creek bar took ou 12, "00, Alamos. Sntioro, Mex.: A vigorous activity is being reported by practic ally all the mines In this district. The new concentrating plant on the Minas Nuevas is concentrating 110 Ions of ire daily. At the seventh level of this mine an ore body 103 feet wide has been cross-cut. A strike of the same vein as that mined by the Minus Nuevas Is reported at the 1600-foot level on the Qulntera mine. The strike runs 60 per cent copper. The Uuintera is one of the oldest mines In the district and to date has re moved ore valued at ISO. 000, 000. One of the richest strikes yet made In the district Is reported from between the second and third levels of the Santo Domingo mine. Five feet of ore was caught sinking, which assays 19 kilos silver to the ton and 4 per cent copper. ltutte. "Mont.: The strike on the Ophlr mine has proven to be a pay ing one. The vein, which was dis closed at the 300-foot level, has been thoroughly opened to the 600-foot level. At thb depth It Is seven feet of solid ore, carrying 7 per cent of copper and 500 ounces of silver. This makes the third vein struck on this property. This city will shortly have a mining exchange in operation, the first In its history. A company has been organ ized with 120,000 capital, the sub scribers being all prominent in min ing, business, banking and profes sional circles A company capitalized at 11,000,000 has been organized among Hutte business men to work some silver claims near Potosl, In Madison county. Ilreckenrldge. Colo.: Work is pro gressing rapidly o" the trans-continental drainage and transportation tunnel being driven through the Con tinental divide at Argentine Pass. From the Summit county side the work Is progressing at a rate of 250 to 300 feet per month and on the other side at a rate of 200 feet. The indications are that the tunnel will be completed In twelve months. The tunnel will furnish a short road be tween the Pacific and Atlantic slopes. Rich ore veins are being opened along the route of the tunnel. The Silver King mine and concen trator In Montezuma, which has been worked for thirty years and has a producing record of over $200,000, has been "old to W. S. X,oebrkh and J. R. Roots of Idaho Springs. The White Quail group on Copper mountain has been purchased for 120,000 by J. P. Simon of Superior, Wis. Development' work Is being pushed on the Wellington mine. An Increased force of miners and other workmen has been employed for the work of driving laterals, Installing the trams and preparing for the big mill, bins and automatic dump. LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Conductor James llogen has left Williams for Los Angeles, where lie will be absent several weeks. The Jewish Outlook, Denver says: S. S. Pearlstein of Albuquerque, for merly of Denver, was In the city the past week. Mr. Pearlstein has ac cepted a very tine position in Chey enne. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Etler. of Cold avenue, yesterday welcomed to their home a baby boy. Mr. Ktter is su perintendent of the Rio Grande divi sion of the Santa Fe and is today in receipt of congratulations from his many friends. The Denver Republican says: Rev. Dr. Jacob II. Kaplan, of Albuquer que. N. M., will preach at Temple Emanuel at Sixteenth avenue and Pearl street, tonight at 7:45 o'clock. Dr. W. S. Friedman will sneak Satur day morning at 10:30. The public is welcome to the services in the temple. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United btat.es Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M.. Dec. 19, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the fol lowing-named claimant hag filed no tice ot bis intention to make final proof Jn support of his claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, 1891 (26 Stats.. 854). as amended by the act of February 21, 1833 (27 stats., 470), and that said proof will be made before the pro bate clerk at Los Lunas. V. sr.. on January 26. 1907. viz: Mariana Cnav- ?z de Otero, for the Small Holding Claim No. 2547, situate in Sec. Z6, T. 7 N.. R. 2 K. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the sur vey or tne township, viz: rranclsco Aragon y Baca, of Is Lunas. N. M.; Aniceto Aragon, Guil lenno Orona, Quirino Samore, of Per alta. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof snould not be allowed will be glvca an opportunity at the above mentioned time and Place to cross examine the witnesses of said claim ant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANUEL K. OTERO. Register, filial HolJIng Claim No. 1D47. 'J lie ltij;lit Name. Mr. August SlU'l'pu, the popular overseer of the poor at Fort Madison, la., hays: "Dr. King's New Life Pills ure lightly named; they uct more agreeably, do more good und make one feci better than uny other laxa tive." Guaranteed to cure bilious ness and constipation. 25c ut all drug stores. EAST INDIAN WARRIORS AS A "YELLOW PERIL" IN FAR EAST STALWART HIIOWX MEN IIIOM TIIK PUN.IAVB It Ull INTO imiTIMI COLUMBIA VIA TIIK PACIFIC .KM RNALIsT OF TIIK HACK DKI KMIS TIIK INVASION AS A WHOLESOME ONK PRE DICTS TIIK NEWCOMERS WILL n.KNS. BECOME VALUABLE ( I lly Saint X. sing. -jit Indian Jour nalist. How did India get to know of the mineral and material wealth of the richest and most thinly settled area or t ""l" Aunn i nave oepo iter- sistently made to ascribe this to the aggressive but ,rt . . . ' ' - oc o.v ine transportation companies and! by large corporations of this country. The writer recently toured everv country In the far east from where these immigrants arrive directly Into Rritish Columbia, and he is in a Po sition to contradict this statement. Some discharged soldiers learned from their European military officers that the prospects of settlers in the Canadian west were very alluring eiiers irom mis advance guard brought their relations, friends and acquaintances to Rritish Columbia. Tlielr Numbers. According to the best figures avail able, the number of the East Indian Immigrants now In Rritish Columbia Is less than 2,500. Ninety-nine per cent of these men are from the Pun jaub or the contiguous province of northwest frontier. Seventy per cent of the Immigrants hail from two neighboring districts. Four hundred Immigrants who recently came to Vancouver, B. C, by the Canadian I Pacific railway steamship Tartar were i an irom len villages of these two dis tricts, and almost every one of them either had relations or friends in the province or was accompanying those whose relatives or friends were al ready In Rritish Columbia. The clan nish tendencies of these Immigrants must not be lost sight of in this con nection. Classes ami Religions. In the Punjaub and northwest frontier provinces the institutions of caste and creed are freer than In the other parts of India. The Immigrants are j either SikhB or Moha.'mey'J.nsy 11- I W n III 1 " , ti. o. it-w iiinuuoH. fsiKnism. Mo oameaonism ana Hinduism are three I uimnici inuia religions. Quite a large percentage of these men have held positions In the army and constabu lary; and another large section having worked as "watch men" In the far eastern counties. Virility and Klasticlty. All of these men are supple and strong, tall and muscular, splendid looking and husky. They come from those districts of the Punjaub which are cold In winter and have a reg ular rainy season in addition. Resides they belong to those races of India who possess marvelous "virility;" who have fought for the Rritish empire in the trying summers of Somallland and Egypt and the rigorous colds of -nma and Thibet. They have a won """,U"' OI gening acclimatized, ... neapeii miior. ! The average workingman in Rrlt- I tsJL GOVERNOR'S WIFE SAVES WOMAN Special 'orrespiiiiih ui',.. Lincoln, Neb., Jan. 11 -Mrs. Lena Margaret I.lllie. of David City. Xeb.. in the penitentiary for life tor the murder of her husband. lias been granted an iincomtii,iial 1, anion bv Governor Mickey. The pardon was bis last oilirinl act heron,, retiring from ollice. Hi c ause the pardon,-, I woman bad en condemned upon circumstan tial evidence alone, a number of Ne braska women, including the wife of Governor Mickey ami Mrs. ltecm er. wit.- ,,f the warden ,,f the prison, bad submitted a lengthy petition to the governor asking for her release. From a judicial point of view the trial of Mrs. leiui M. Lillie was regu lar, but members of the Women's Club of Lincoln und of the State r c deration ed that 111 f Women's clubs, insist-i a successful dressmaker. She follow jury committed a sell- ed her calling while in prison. ALBUQUERQLE EVENING Ish Columbia has been duped by wrong statements and led to oppose People who not only belong to the same race, but are of the same origin. If the laborltes In America claim to be consistent, their altitude towards the India immigrants ought to be characterized with svmnathv and not ' m,,"''e'- 1,1 '""la over 60,000,000 peo- ' l',e "ve In a never-ending famine. inese men from the Punjaub who are now here In Hrltlsh Columbia have worked at starvation wages and their bitter experience In life has engen dered the most Implacable hatred for cheapening rales of labor. Almost I every day papers in liritlsh Columbia j Wfuse t' ' I t l"""'1 nlnZ . rer',,p o work fit low rates and I demand the wages of the so-called I'nder these circum white mnn stances the labor people injure their own cause by circulating unjust and malicious statements as to the worth- essness or these immigrants. tXre Of HINDU IMJ8HLA.NT Without in any manner discounting he oppsUiun of a o lumblans, m the estimation of the ge or tn thr c6" ,here ,s " scTves r , mnilKr,,,ntS "roV,n ,hem- Mon of n H n,erelv a Hon of time when, nlven r,.t isquare play. hev will ........ - ."V for themselves In British rv. ia ns ,nfy have done in other ioou,,lrl"- The railroads, the fruit '!,nche8- farms, mills, etc.. offer work " -iiKrjinir! win en they uill ef'ncie'ntr " ' " " in thn ... A X, Veil w Peril." "Vancouver and Rritish Columbia have of recent years been flooded bv East Indians, who. coming from th' English possessions of India cannot be kept out. Many of them are also coming Into the American Pacld coast states, where they threaten to become aiiyissue In a few years i p In British Columbia, howeve. their numbers are so irront ih.t oi against them has become bit ou mey are a political issue. At home they work for ten cents a day, and therein lies the menace to white labor. As a spokesman for this class of orientals. Saint N. Sing a much trav eled and cultured young East Indian Journalist, has been found by this newspaper, and he has written qune logical explanation of their presence upon this continent, and 0,11,t.l..u ...I.L. 1. . . nun n an appeal ror a "square deal." In his opinion the Hindoos, Sikhs and Mohammedlans who are coming to Rritish Columbia torm no economic menace, which Is I tiouotless correct as long as the'r numbers are no larger than he ! claims they are. Other reuorti. which however m,.v ). ' dlcate that VBn,n,., i overrun with these aliens. LIFE PRISONER ous blunder and .nivicted an inno- cent victim. Harvey I.lllie was shot while asleep in bis home. David City, Xeb, live years ago. His wife insisted that burglars h;i,l i-ntercd their home at night und that she herself, as well as her husband, would have been Silot hail In. I Die nllil of the i 1 1 V ;wl r s been bad I.lllie carried IS. 000 in surance on his life, and when Mrs. I.lllie took steps ,i collect this she was charged with the crime. She li.ol always protested innoc, use one of tile stanchest defenders was the aged mother of her husband, who was one of the delegation that urged the governor to release her daughter in law . Mrs. l.illie Is thirty-seven years of age. and before her conviction way CITIZEN. Headquarters For Fine Toilet Goods Wc try to keep In stock nil the well known and reliable Toilet Preparations on the market. If e haven't what you want we will get It for yon. Wc are able to always serve jour Interests In the best possible way. The HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Life Rullding. Corner Broadway and East Railroad Avenue Colo Phone, niuck 30. SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth fiolcl Filling $1.50 up Gold Crowns $6 Painless Extracting 50c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY OVAR ANTEED. n. f. copp, ROOM 12, N. T. ARMIJO BLDG. THE BAMBINI COMPANY Makes a specialty of cleaning, pressing and repairing garments for both ladles and gentlemen, anil every garment Is thoroughly sterilized In Its cleansing. Prices are satisfactory; goods called for and prompt delivery made. Monthly club rates on appli cation. Suits made to order. A special cutter employed for this purpose. Telephone No. 490. No. 209 West Railroad avenue, upstairs. How to Prevent Bilious Attacks. One who Is subject to bilious at tacks will notice that for a day or more before the attack he Is not hun gry at meal times and feels dull after eating. A dose of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets when these first symptoms appear will ward off the attack. They are for sale by all druggists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. Dec. 29, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that Santi ago Grlego of Carpenter, N. M.. has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. j 10.301 made Nov. 20, 1906. for the a;t fxc ana 101s l ana s, section 3. Township 9 N.. Range 6 K., and that said proof will be made before H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on Feb. 5, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Venceslado Griego, Salomon Grle go, Dario Chavez, und J. R. Carpen ter, all of Carpenter, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION'. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M. Dec. 29, 1906. Notice is hereby given that Lucio Ortega of Chilili, N. M., has filed no tice of his intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead entry No. 6.702 made Dec. 10, 1901, for the WH NEU and EH NW. Section 12, Township 8 N., Range 6 K.. and that said proof wil be made before H. W. S. Otero. United States Court Commissioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on Feb. 5. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of. the land, viz: Francisco Garcia. Kstolano Ortega, Lorenzo Sanchez and Edward Carter, all of Chilili, N. M. MANUEL K. OTERO, Register. NOTICE I'OU PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Office at S.mta Fe. N. M. Deo. 2 9. 1906. Notice is hereby given that Jesus Ortega of Chilili. N. M., has tiled notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support of his clai ti, vis: Homestead entry No. 6. 7c J made Dec. 10, 1901. for the SW'i; SW'4. Section 1, W 4 NW4 and NWVi SW';, Section 12. Town ship S N Range 6 E., and that said proof will be made before H. W. S. Otero. United States Court Commis sioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on Feb. 5. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience up on, and cultivation of. the land, viz: Francisco Garcia, Kstolano Ortego, Lorenzo Sanchez and Edward Carter. all of Chilili, N. M. MANUEL R. OTKRO. Register. i- Counsel IVoni the South. "I want to give some valuable ad vice to those who suffer with lame back and kidney trouble," says J. R. Hlanken.-hip, of Bock, Tcnn. "I have proved to an absolute certainty that Electric Hitters will positively cure tliis distressing condition. The first bottle gave mo great relief and ufter taking u few more bottles, I was com pletely cured; so completely that 11 becomes a pleasure to recommend this great remody." Sold under guar antee by all druggists. Trice 60c. Try a Citizen went dTertlsement. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WAXTKD. WANTED A capable girl'for general house work. Inquire 903 Copper avenue. WANTED A clerk: must sneak Spanish; good salary to proper per son. wciner Renfamln. "nl,lr'" More shoe repairing at corner of Railroad avenue and Broadway. P. R. Daniel. ! A VT ..... . WA.NTE1 Ail exjiel lenceil 'cook. North Mrs. W. B. Chllders, 107 Twelfth street. WANTED Help turnishea and em ployment of all kinds secured promptly. Call on, write or phone Colburn's Employment agency; 109 wesi silver avenue. Auto Phone z IV. WANTED Gentleman's a,r.,,.i hand clothing. No. 615 South Flr.t street, south of viaduct. Send ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney proprietor. WANTED Lids for the construct I, . or hotel building at Relen. M, M. Plans can be seen at the office of E. IJ. Crlsty. architect, Albu querque, N. M. The John Becker Company, Bclen, N. M. "A'Mti) Teams The Santa Fe Gold & Copper Mining Co., wants teams for coal haul from Hagan to the mines, near San Pedro, and for other purposes. All good teams making application will be given work. Geo. o. Marrs, Super intendent. SALESMEN WANTED. WANTED Salesman Experienced In any line to sell general trade In New Mexico; an unexcelled spe cialty proposition; commission with 135.00 weekly for expenses j ne continental Jewelry Co., Cleve land. Ohio. FOR RENT. FOR RENT New house, modern. 618 street. five-roomed North Sixth ron Ufc.Nl Two rooms for light- nousekeeplng. Inquire at 300 North Broadway. tOU RENT Front rooms for light Housekeeping; rent reasonable Apply rear 524 West Railroad. ok KENT Furnished cottage flats; very reasonable. Apply at 110 Coal avenue, east end of via duct. 4 rent i.jii a six room two-story brick house, corner of Seventh street and Tijeras avenue. Inquire ai common & Matteucci, 624 West Tijeras avenue. For RENT Pleasant rooms with board on ranch, 3 miles from city. Rate 128 per month. Address box 84. Albuquerque. FOR RENT AND SALE A small ranch for rent, and a good paying dairy for sale. Apply 1115 North Arno street. t'OK RENT Nicelv furnished rooms, 11.25 to 11.50 per week; 25c to 50c per night. Also rooms for light housekeeping. The Min neapolis House, 524 South Second street, Albuquerque, N. M. FOR SALE. FOR SALK Fine piano, nearly'iiew. aio s. Tnird street. FOR SALE Thirty range maresin good condition. Oscar Llffrelng, Bernardo, N. M. FOR SALE Good driviiiK horse. buggy und harness. Apply High land Livery. 112 John street FOR SALE The Clauae Girard prop erty on west Mountain road. In quire on premises or at No. 300 North Broadway. FOR SALE Lot No. 4 in block Nt. 2 in the Hunlng Highland addition. Will consider an offer. Dr. F. I!. Romero. "OR SALE Furniture, good as new. Range, bedstead, etc. Cheap. In quire at once. Albuquerque Busi ness College, Library building. OR SALE Majority of stock In es tablished and paying retail busi ness. Incorporated. Owner wishes to leave city. Address No. 1126, Dully Citizen. FTTi tSA"LE SALE OR TRADE Tiffeen room house, No. 724 South Second street for property in California, Write John Krlck, 431 East Sec ond street. Long Beach, California. FOR SALE Fourteen-room house. furnished or unfurnished, electric light, city water. 315 S. Third St. Mrs. M. A. Schach. FOR SALE A No. 1 Charter gaso line engine, 3 -horse power, for pumping: good as new; cheap. See Dr. J. N. Warner, 1006 South Edith street. LOST. LOST A brown fur. between Imma culate Conception church and 903 North Second, on Tijeras Road or North Second street. Reward will be paid tinder by leaving at 903 North Second street. Mrs. M. C. Zirhut. BACK GIVES OUT. Plenty of Albuquerque Readers Have This Experience. Vein hem They tux. the kidneys overwork can't keen up the continual strain. frio ack uivc's out it aches and pains ; Urinary tronhles set in. Don't wait longer lake I Vtan's ElKlHh Kidney Pills. Mrs. I,. II. Went worth. 31f street. East Las Vegas. N. M.. says: I am glad to recommend your IKian's Kidney Pills. 1 hey helped ine won- lerfully and cured a case of kidney complaint of live or six years stund- iig. I had backacbc very bad and I wore plasters nearly all the time, but my greatest trouble was with the Kinney secrcuotiu which were very scanty. lnans Kidney Pills remov ed every symptom of the backache and entirely cured the urinary trou ble. 1 think that a remedy as good as noun's JKdney Pills should be known by every kidney sufferer." For sale by all dealers. Price ,',0 cents. Foster- Milbiiru Co.. Buffalo, N. Y. .sole- agents for the United States. Kcinciuber tlit. i aii.t 1 loan's--am take no nt her. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK EGGS. I am now booking orders for deliv ery any time after Feby. l for egg from niy prize Hocho egg, $j per sea ting; also a limited number of choice cockerels 12 and $3 ejeh. Win. Van llruggeu, MjjwcII City, N. M. Orders left with New Home Bak ery will receive prompt attention and delivery. MONDAY. .IANUARY II Im;, PERSONAL PROPERTY I-OANR. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs. Horses, Wagons and other Chattels; also on SALARIES AND WARE HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as SI and as high as 1200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call, and see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. 0en Evenings. Nice, New, 6 Room HOUSE Elnclv I'urnlslM-d. Fireplace. Ilore, Ihigg.v, Harness, Hay. Etc. $3300 POR TERFIELD CO. 110 West Gold Ave. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, N. W., Washington, D. C. land patents. . convrltht. 3 2 F.St., Pensions, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuauer- que, N. M. Office. First N'ntinni Bank building. E. AX. Ihibson. ATTORNEY AT UW. Offl Cromwell block. Albunuernne w mj DENTISTS. IR. J. E. KRAFT. IH-ntal Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 3. Barnett huilrii.. over O'RIelly's drug store, Automat ic pnone 238. Appointments made by mail. Edmund .1. Alger, D. D. S. No. 306 Railroad aver.ue. Affix hours, 9 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:3 p. m. 10 a p. m. Roth phones, pointments made by mail. Ap- PHYSICIANS. IR. J. It. 1I.VYNBS ' ' Physician unci Surgeon. Rooms 11 and 13. N. T. Armn building. IR. It. L. HUST. Office, 6-8. X. T. Armijo m,ig. Tuberculosis treated with vni Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. TraliTed nurse In attendance. Both phones. UN DERTAKER. " Auto, phone 316. Coin TA 11E A. BORDERS. Commercial Club bulldine-. KlsrV or White hearse. 15. ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M. com pnones. . CIVIL ENGINEER J. R. Farwell. Room 23, N. T. Armijo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. " Tlios. K. I. Macldlson. Office with W. B. Chllders. 117 West Gold avenue. Ihuigi'i-H of u Cold and How to Avoid Them. More fatalities have their origin In or result from a cold than from any other cause. This fact alene should make people more careful as there is no danger whatever from a cold when it Is properly treated In the beginning. For many years Chamberlain's Cough itemeay has been recognized as the most prompt and effectual medicine in use for this disease. It acts on na ture's plan, loosens the cough, re lieves the lungs, opens the secretions and aids nature In restoring the sys tem to a healthy condition. Sold by all druggists. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at SanU Fe, New Mexico. December 26, 1906. Notice is hereby given that Pablo Gallegos of Belen, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6621. made October 21. 1901. for ih NW'i, Section 2, Township 4 N. Range 3 W, and that said proof will be made before Jesus Luna, Probate lerk, at Los Lunas, N. M.. on Febru ary 7, 1907. lie names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residenoe up on, and cultlvntlon of, the land, viz: Ruperto Jarami'iio, of Belen, N. M.; Simon Serna, of Los Chavez, N. M.; Pablo Ballejos. of Los Lunas, N. M. ; Jesus Jaramlllo y Gallego, of Belen. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. NURSERY "PRODUCTS BJ!2V,T AND SHADE TREES, SHRUBS, VINES AND FLOWERS. BUY OF SOME ONE YOU KNOW. N- W. ALGER, 124 SOUTH WALTER STREET, T How to Cure Chilblains. "To enjoy freedom from Chil blains, writes John Kemp. East Otls field, Me.. "I apply Bucklen's Arnica salve. Have also used it for salt rheum with excellent results." 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