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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
Aote TwO. T February is, igT. THE EVENING CITIZER L rsMilMi Daily Ml Weekly fcy Tie Citizen Publishing Company a NMKm for tranantaslm tkraaak th OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE Has Produced Great Interest Throughout England as Well as America. finding of Tost will GiVESJAAN $750,000 Counterfeiters When Found Put Up Desperate Fight Against Arresting Officers. London, Feb. 12. Turning his gift f divination from fiction to fact, interlock Holmes has taken on a lease of Ufa that bids fair to be an full of notable achievements as the career snuffed out by his untimely or was it timely? literary death. His Investigation of the EdalJI case and Its review In a series of news paper articles has so stirred the pub lic mind that mass meetings are be ing held to determine free pardon suid an inquiry into the manner of lis trial and conviction, with sen trace to seven years Imprisonment. Mr. George EdalJI. a law graduate, was a practicing solicitor In Safford .ablre , where a series of midnight outrages. Involving the maln fng of horses, sheep and other farm animals, excited the public snlnd. Anonymous letters writing fig ured In the matter, and It was these leters which first directed suspicion toward Mr. EdalJI. However a more direct charge that of maiming a horse was brought against him, And he was sent to prison. Sir Con cm Doyle characterizes the case as M. gross miscarriage of Justice, and avfter reading his analysis of the evi dence the public is convinced of the correctness of his view. Starting on his Investigation with out any preconceived opinion hav Ing become interested In the prob lem it presents almost by accident Sir Conan Doyle is led to the flrmset conviction that evidence given against Mr. EdalJI was entirely in adequate, open to suspicion where it looked strongest, and utterly Incon clusive In the fact of the Inherltant weakness of the case for the prose cution and the Impregnlble alibi es tablished for the defense. A verdict of guilty upon such evidence would faava been impossible In a higher court, and it la a disgrace to the Kngllsh judicial system that a con viction so arrived at should be al lowed to stand. The Inquiry of the proceedings burst on the public the moment Sir Cowan, full of confidence as ever in his deductions and still Imbued with his Infallibility, an nounces the results or his study of the case. Home secretary Gladstone, who Its in judgment on cases alleging miscarriage of justice. Is being show ered with protests and petitions in behalf of EdalJI, and has given au dience to Sir Conan Doyle, but forc ing the hand of the home office Is rarely brought about. It was the home office that stood out against the sentiment of the world In the Maybrick case, and that yielded so reluctantly In the Beck case an other instance of flagrant Injustice and it is unlikely that Sir Conan Doyle, Influential as he Is, and sacked by public feeling as he also is, will succeed in having the case reopened. Nothing will come of the agitation. It Is predicted, until the wrongs of EdalJI are voiced by some one In parliament who will get up the case properly and find an oppor tunity to Inform the Commons ade quately about it. As there are seri ous questions Involved, the home secretary will climb down from his lofty position of indifference to what the public wants, and the EdalJI case will receive sympathetic con sideration, thanks, all the same, to Sherlock Holmes. lnwt Will Found. The finding of a lost will hi brought a windfall of three-quartern of a million for John Elliott, of SPRING IS NOW AT HAND and the system must be "iniu pleU'ly renovated." The blood must be freed from all winter impurities and the bowels kept open, or else you're going to be Mick. Then the Hitler arc nettled. During the Spring month thousands of persons take HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS regularly and us a result way enjoy good health. It rebuild and renew tile el system, purify the blond, i up the clogged bowels cure Spring Feier, IiuIikcMioii. Il-uilut'lie, !m piii. ul will 1 1 ire ipeii mil I lillioiiMiieMM, !! or gii e. uar- tSO- Try a bottle today. We g a li lee the genuine to be u lutely pure. Hlk M IIIGll tlMS BWtUT. CON AN DOYLE'S EFFORT FOR EDALJI Kunnyslde, Cheshire. It was the last testament of James Goddnrd Lear, who died In 1901. He was believed to have died Intestate, and his broth er, Charles Hutton Lear, was ap pointed administrator of the estate. Dying two years later, the brother, Charles, left his own fortune of up ward of half a million to his friend. John Elliott, expressing the hope that he would give effect to any di rections possibly left by h,is late brother, James, with respect to the property. After six years the latter' will has Just been discovered and admitted to probate. It shows that James left the whole of his property to Charles, and that therefore It forms part of the estate left by Charles to his friend, Elliott, who thus becomes the possessor of the Joint fortune of the Lears, through the mere tie of friendship. The story loses none of Its strange in terest from the fact that, while a friend of Charles Lear, the bene ficiary was not even acquainted with the man of the lost will. Counterfeiters Fight DeqnraUly. A desperate struggle In a counter feiter's den In the Bethnal Green sec tion of London was described In court when Charles Croney and Mary Sullivan were arraigned on the charge of making counterfeit coin. Surprised at work In their "mint," the prisoners had offered no resist ance, but made a frantic effort to commit suicide on the spot. While the detectives were searching the room for evidence, Croney seized a saucer containing a liquid used in counterfeiting and put It to his lips. He was seized by the throat to pre vent him from swallowing the stuff. He fought like a tiger, but was chok ed Into a state of Insensibility and an emetic forced down his throat, "it's no use," shouted Croney. "You can't help me. It's cyanide of potassium, and I've swallowed enough to kill a dozen men." Meanwhile, the wo man counterfeiter had also mada desperate efforts to get hold of an other saucer of the liquid, but two of the detectives closed with her and held her fast. They were removed to the police station, where the ser vices of a surgeon were required to dress the wounds received In the un availing fight for death, for it proved that Croney had not Bwallowcd cyanide, the most fatal of poisons. In court Croney made a not un gallent attempt to shield the woman. Addressing the magistrate, he said: "This woman Is entirely Innocent She only returned a few minutes be fore the police broke In. It's the first time she has ever seen such a thing. I couldn't get the stuff out of her way In time." As the police had found some spurious coins In the Sullivan woman's possession, Cro ney's spirit of self-sacrifice had no satisfactory result, but on his sup plemental plea that Mrs. Sullivan had two little children to care for the magistrate said he would allow her ball, while Croney was remand ed for trial. Colllslim 'With Iceberg. Collision with an iceberg ten miles long and fifteen hundred feet high Is the latest story of fearful adven ture at sea. The four-masted vessel William Nottingham, with a cargo of timber, was rounding Cape Horn when Its crew met with the most ter rifying experience of their lives. It "was shortly after midnight when, through the heavy mist, the man at the lookout discovered a huge ob ject Just ahead. The Nottingham was plunging through the waves In a fifteen-knot breeze, and before the helm could be put hard-a-port Bhe crashed Into the iceberg. She struck with such force that all hands be low were thrown out of their bunks, and rushed on deck, thinking that the ship was foundering. Huge blocks of ice broken off by the shock came tumbling down on the deck, and but for the great deckload of timber the Nottingham must have been sunk. This protected the vessel. and the ice rolled off into the sea. As there seemed no hope of saving the vessel, the crew took to the lifeboatt They managed to get out of the Ice pack Into the open sea, where they remained until the next morning. Through the haze they saw their vessel, firmly wedged In the Iceberg, which stretched miles away on each side and towered mountain high above them. Such monsters of the sea are encountered only in far southern latitudes, having their ori gin In the frozen continent about the south pole. Blocks of ice were still crashing down onto the deck of the vessel, but when later this ceased the crew succeeded In making their way through the pack and got aboard the Nottingham again. For three days they worked to get out of the grasp of the Iceberg, during which time they had no sleep. Finally the ves sel slipped off Into the water and floated out into the open sea. She was found to be leaking badly, but the donkey-engine pump kept the water from increasing, and the Nottingham made the nearest port. liisuriiiKv Against Servants. The relationship between mistress and maid has been made closer un der the workmen's compensation act on the side of the mistress, at least. ' It should be explained that the new law makes employers of domestic servants liable for all acci dents arising out of and In the course of employment. The legal liability is a heavy one, and small household ers especially dreaded Its enforce ment, but now the happy thought of Insuring against accidents to ser vants has solved the dlffculty. Com punles are springing up in all quar ters, and employers are In a hurry to effect these compensation risks. Fur Indoor male and female servants there Is only the one premium five shillings a year against all risks. The pulley Is sn drawn that compen sation can be c laimed without ques tion for all accidents whatsoever, thus doing away with all litigation or dispute, wliile relieving the em ployer from all liability under the law. The premium covers the full wages of the servant from the date of the accident and medical ex penned up to 25. For outdoor ser vants gardeners, grooms and coach men, but not chauffeurs the rate Is from sev.-n to ten shillings a year ThU ailment Is usually caused by i ui'uuiitiisMi ui in- muscles ana may be cured by applying Chamberlain l'uin Balm two or three times a day and rubbing the parts vigorously at each application. If this does not alford relief, bind on a pleco of flan- tii-1 tilluhtlv rtn in rtem.il u-ltl, l'nln Balm, and quick relief Is almost sure to loiiow. r or sale by ail druggists. Subscribe for 'Hie Evening fillon. PEOPLE OF Against New Mexico, as Told by Eyo Witnesses of Ne farious Transaction. FORMER CONVICT HAS HYPNOTIZEDJOUNG GIRL Some Trials of New Mexico Alan Who Wanted to Get Married in El Paso. Tex. Carlsbad. N. M.: C. W. Beeman, president of the Teens Water Users' association, and A. A. Beeman and W. U. Dannelley, the latter two being prominent business men of Carlsbad, have Just returned from a business trip up the valley and when return ing from Amarillo they took passago on one of the homeseekers' excursion trains which run down Into New Mexico regularly. On this train there were five coaches loaded with homeseekers, and after they had pulled out of Amarillo the train was boarded by two well dressed men who said they were Oklahoma land agents. These Oklahoma men would go through the cars and get a knot of the homeseekers Interested in con versation and tell them that the country from Amarillo down as far as Lakewood was all fine country, fine grass land, fine fruit and alfalfa land, etc., but when they got to Lakewood It was no use to go any further, as there was nothing down there but alkali flats, and that Carls bad and Pecos and all other places below Lakewood were no good and were fast reverting to a desert stage, having no artesian wells and no water except alkali water. These re marks were iterated and reiterated, the Carlsbad men following the Okla homans from car to car, until finally the Carlsbad men called the Okla homa fellows, and challenged them to prove their statements. Then the Oklahoma men saw that they were about to be exposed as four-flushers and promptlty drifted and left the homeseekers to act upon their own volition, but It was then too late. Many of the homeseekers on that train had tickets through to this place, but every one of them got off the train at some point north of Carlsbad, not one of the bunch of homeseekers reaching the destination to which they had bought tickets. Ulltli HYPNOTIZED IVY FOKMF.K CONVICT Kenosha, Wis.: On the ground that the girl was hypnotized and, there fore, not responsible for her actions. District Attorney Baker and Chief of Police Hare released on parole An nie Rumple, aged 18, who had been held as the accomplice of Fred Llch tenteller, said to be a notorious thief. It Is claimed Miss Itumple Is com pletely In the power of Llchtenteller. The girl is a daughter of Charles Rumple, a Luke Geneva farmer. When she was 1V4, Llchtenteller be gan working as a teamster In the neighborhood. Since the day he met her. It Is claimed she has been a slave to him. Llchtenteller Is a former convict, but notwithstanding this, after Miss Uumple had known him a few days, she accompanied him to Kenosha to be married to him. Her father reached Kenosha in time to prevent the marriage, but could not force the girl to return home with him. When she did finally return sue remained but a short time and then fled in the night to Join her lover. Before the coming of Llchtentell- ow OKLAHOMA I DID GRIEF-MAD HUSBAND MAN WHOSE WIFE DIED AFTER AN OPERATION ARRESTED AS A SUSPECT IN THE DRAMATIC MURDER OF DR. CHARLES XV. TOWNSEND, OF STATEN ISLAND CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE THAT, IF TRUE, SHOWS GREAT DOUBLE TRAGEDY. Special Correspondence. New York, Feb. 11. As a suspect In the mysterious murder case, re sulting from the shooting of Dr. Chas. Wllmot Townsend, a prominent Stu ten Island physician, the police are holding u little, wizened-faced man, scarcely over five feet high. He Is John Bell, a trolley conductor, who was arrested after he had made an attempt to hide. Later his name was disclosed, and the clrcumstuntlal case they have against him was considered so strong that the police have abandoned all other calculations. Townsend was killed between three and four o'clock on the morning of Jan. 116, 1907. The man who com mitted the homicide entered his bed room, where he lay beside his wife, ordered him to get up, and then shot him. On the evening of Jan. 25, 11)06, Just a year before the killing of the doctor, the prisoner's wife, u young Klii with whom he had eloped two years before, was taken III. Dr. Tow nsend was called and she was re moved to a hospital. The doctor Im mediately operated, and at 4 o'clock the following morning she died. licit has been torn with sorrow and anguish ever since her death, and It is alleged that he has talked bitterly uK.iihst the surgeon. if Bell killed Townsend, the police claim, the deed was planned III a muaner dramatic in the extreme. A year after the death of his wife, al most to the minute, the. physician breathed his last. To strengthen their belief that er, it Is said ,the girl had been of a religious nature, but she was unabla to overcome his Influence over her. Miss Itumple admitted she had been with Llchtenteller In several robber ies and had resided with him for months. Many letters which pnssed between the two were seized by the police and these showed the power the man had over the glrK Miss Humple bared her heart to the man in these letters and pleaded with him to release her from the spell that bound her. When she wns arrested, Llchten teller was In Milwaukee, but she mannged to telegraph him to flee, and he has not been captured. The young woman returned to Lake Geneva with her father. Bonds had been furnished to assure her appearance In court when demanded. TRIALS AMI TRIBULATIONS I OF NEW MEXICO MAN. I El I'aso, Texas: Summoned to the court house shortly after 9 o'clock at night, the county clerk was requested to Issue a marriage license to Tom McCreary, of Ochlta, N. M., and Maria Martinez, of El Paso, the stockman wanting to get married and having failed to get the license be fore. McCreary first went to Justice Marshall, and when asked for the marriage license paid he had forgot ten all about that necessary docu ment. The accommodating Judge helped him over this dlfllculty, but others followed over which the Jus tice had no control. After the cere mony the groom left his brlue, and once upon the street he soon became lost, not being acquainted with the city. As he failed to return for the waiting girl Policeman Wilson escort ed her to a suitable hotel. Before McCreary could find his bride he had to call upon some friends to assist him In locating the policeman. In due time the happy couple were united. KENEWEI) EFFORTS FOIt OIL IN TO YAH HELD Carlsbad, N. M.,: The coreboring and well drilling outfit In charge of C. F. Z. Caracrlstl was sent down to the Toyah oil and sulphur fields. It required twelve teams to take the outfit down. It is now proposed by Dr. Carnc rlstl to exploit the field further for oil as well as to make sufficient bor ings to fully determine the depth and extent of the sulphur deposits and to make thorough tests for artes ian water throughout the region. ! Very encouraging reports are com ing in from the Toyah fields with the company now operating there, which has been carrying on Jts work unos tentatiously for more than a year past while meeting with many mishaps and backsets. ; The company at Toyah had al ready developed some three or four shallow wells which were yielding at the rate of 1 barrels of lubricating oil a day, having been pumped stead ily for ten hours a day without any perclptlble dlmlnuition In the yield. A letter from Dr. L. A. Brlce, presi dent of the company, who Is now at . the Del Pino sanlCarlum, says: "You need not expect anything ' startling soon, as we .will not try for deep oil until we get money enough out of the shallow wells to pay us to go deeper. These are the actual facts. I would not mislead you or any one else in regard to the field." Since this jetter was received It has been learrted that Judge C. R. Brlce, a prominent and wealthy law yer of Carlsbad, has succeeded In re organizing and financing the com pany, advancing largely the necessary funds himself, and active work In the fields Is now being pushed and there will soon be ten more wells being pumped In the Toyah field In addl- j tlon to the ones already proven. The contractor for the tract, which has been obtained by Capt. T. B. H. Hasse of Marlon, Ky., Is now In the How's ThisT We offer Ope Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall'a Catarrh Cure. F, J. CHENEV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known F. J. Cheney for the last la years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his tlrm. Waldlng. Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 75c. per bottle. Bold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa tlon. TRAGIC REVENGE V ' '.' -s ' .AS;: v... 'X 5..:-;,. JOHN 111 .1.1., Tlu Mi-pi ( t in a My-lcrlous Statcn inland Homicide l ull of Dramatic Element. they have llielr man, the detectives have prod in ed a letter, discovered in the house in which Bell was arrested. It 1m addressed to his brother Howard. In It the prisoner rearers to his dead I ' 'I O" I I 0C3 'lot- '-' L WW Persuasive Talk I sometimes necessary, but wo depend upon the merit of our goods and fair dealing with every customer, to Insure our continual success In the drug business. ALVARADO PHARMACY Cor. Gold Ave. and First St. B. H. BRIGGS & CO. Proprietors SEEK A RELIABLE DENTIST Full Set of Teeth Gold lining 91.50 up Gold Crowns $6 Painless Extracting 50c ALL WORK ABSOLUTELY. GUAR ANTEED. B. P. COPP, ROOM 12. N. T. ARMIJO BLDG. First National bank here and oper ations will begin early In the spring or as soon as men and supplies can be gathered together and put In the field, beginning very probably In the Seven Rivers territory to the north west of Carlsbad. The operations In this particular field where the oil Is known to contain a heavy paraflne base with from 24 to S3 1-3 per cent oil besides other volatile oils, will be In charge of C. W. Maxson, an old California oil man, who has made Carlsbad his headquarters for three years past and has held on with grim faith in the virtue of the field and dogged determination to succeed. "I suffered habitually from consti pation. Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since." A. E. Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Texas. COMING EVENTS February 25 to March 2, "The Hol lingsworth Twins." March 14 The County Chairman This 1b the banner performance ot the season. Gas in the Stomach. Belching and that sense of fullness so often experienced after eating is caused by the formation of gas. The stomach falls to perform its functions and the food ferments. Chamber lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets wh correct the disorder. They aid diges tion and strengthen and invigorate the stomach and bowels. For sale by all druggists. c Our HOUGH DRY work aon'i have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. o ' Cheapest uccldent Insurance Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil. Stops the pain and heals the wound. All druggists sell It. PLAN ON SURGEON Cum' iliat Is ; wife and writes in manner that seems to indicate that he contempat ed suicide. The police look on Bell's reckless condition of mind as a cir cumstance. CLASSIFIED ADV' : iSEMENTS WANTED. WANTED Good second hand gunny sacks. Harm's Coal Yard. WANTED Young man desires work on sheep ranch. Address "C," care Citizen office. WANTED Girl to learn dressmak Ing. Mrs. C. E. Starr, S13 West Copper avenue. VVAN'l I'KU Situation as grocer) clerk or salesman for wholesali house. Address R, Citizen office. WANTB:lSituatlonby thoroughly competent bookkeeper. Healthy, sober, efficient; references. Address A, Citizen office. WANTED To purchase thirty sad dle ponies. For information call at Hunter wagon yard, 200 North Broadway. WANTED Gentleman-s second hand clothing. No. SIS South First street, south of viaduct. Send ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. WANTED Teams The rianta 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. AGENTS WANTED. MEN AND WOMEN ARE MAKING $10 to $25 a day selling our em broidery goods. No capital or ex perience required. Why not youT Write for samples and exclusive agency. U. S. KMBROIDERY WORKS, Omaha, Neb. FOIt KENT. FOR KENT Furnished rooms and board, hot and cold water, bath, $26 per month. 602 South Second street, up stairs. FOK KENT Five room house. partially furnished, electric light and bath, low rent. 209 North Sec ond street Apply to F. H. Strong. FOR RENT A six room two-story brick house, corner of Seventh street and TIJeras avenue. Inquire at Lommorl & Matteuccl, 624 West TIJeras avenue. FOR RENT Seven-room new brick house, furnished part or whole; large barn and chicken house; two acres of land. See P. F. McCanna, or Mrs. P. M. Gavin. FOK RENT Five-room house in good repair, corner of Railroad avenue and Hill street. Low rent to a permanent tenant. Inquire of J. F. Luthy. FOK KENT Nicely furnished rooms 11.00 per week and up; also nice rooms for light housekeeping $1.00 per week and up furnished with stove and cooking utensils and dishes. The Minneapolis House, 624 South Second street, Albuquer que, N. M. FOR SALE. FOR SALE A good big cow, will be fresh soon. See George K. Neher. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE A Yost typewriter. See The Cltl zen. FOR SALE A good piano, for $75 cash, note, or Installment. Must be sold at once. 823 South Fourth street. FOK SALE The Claude Glrard property on Mountain road, first house west of acequla, near Six teenth street. Inquire on premises or at 300 North Proadwny. FOR SALE Majority ot slock in es tablished and paying retail busi ness. Incorporated. Ow-er wishes to leave city. Address io. 1126, Daily Citizen. FOR SALE Twenty-eight Head" ef fine Jersey cows. Can be seen at Hunters' wagon yard, 209 Korth Broadway. Come and see them. The price will be right. FOR SALE: Cheap, Edison Mimeo graph, Smith-Premier typewriter, Doran 2,000 candle-power gasoline lamp, buggy, scale, show cases. Old Albuquerque Postofftce store. FOK SALE At the "Variety" you will find fine home made bread, 6c a loaf; doughnuts, pies, baked beans, soup and other good things stirctly home made. Phone 710. Mrs. Downs, 606 South Arno St. FOR SALE Snap Lots 13, 14, 16. in block B, Simpler addition No. 2, only $600. $60 cash, balance In installments of $15 per month. Write J. C. Phelan, Fresno, Calif., or see E. H. Dunbar, 224 West Gold avenue. NOTICE FOR PUBIJCATION. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico. January 22, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Ramon Padllla of San Rafael, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five year- proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6689, made December S, 1901, for the Eft NW'Vi, and EH SWU. Section 26, Township 10 N. Range 10 W, and that said proof will be made before Jesus M. Luna, Probate Clerk a.t Los Lunas, N. M., on March 7, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Jose R. Candelarla, Rafael Baldes, Manuel Sanchez, Blsente Padia, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of tne interior. Land Of fice at Santa Fe. New Mexico. January 22, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Juan de Dlos Padllla of San Rafael, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6688, made December 3, 1901, for the WV, NEK. and WH SEVi. Section 26, Township 10 N, Range 10 W, and that said proof will be made before Jesus M. Luna, Probate Clerk at Los Lunas, N. M., on March 7, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Jose R. Canlelarla Rafael Baldes, Manuel Sanchez, Blsente Padla, all of San Rafael, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. Rising From Hie Grue. A prominent manufacturer, Win. A. Fertwell, of Lucama, N. C, relates a most remarkable experience. He says: "After taking less than three bottles of Electric Hitters, I feel like one rising from the grave. My trou ble Is Bright' disease, In the Dia betes stage. I fully believe Electric Bitters will cure me permanently, for It has already stopped the liver and bladder complications which have trobuled me for years." Guaranteed by all druggists. Price only 50c. Jj property loans. iEY to LOAN ' ' f 1 '1 nlture. Pianos, Organs, .Vagons and other Chattels; SALARIES AND WARE RECEIPTS, as low as $10 high as $200. Loans are , made and strictly private. .ie: 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 ail parts of the world. Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg. 315 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. You Waited Too Long and we sold that snap to another party who took time by tlio forelock. We have one or two more almost an good tlHiugh. Como in and ask about them. POR TERFIELD CO. 21 West Gold Ave. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW, 32 F.St, N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, land patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. It. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT IJVW. Office, Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and it. Hapnatl hullHInx over O'RIelly's drug store. Phoae imp, it. Appointments made by mail. Edmund J. Alu-or n I s No. 306 Railroad avenue. Office hours, 9 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. PHYSICIANS. DR. J. R. IIAYNES Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 11 and 13, N. T. Armljo building. W. M. SHERIDAN, 31. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Occidental Life Building. Tele phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. R. L. HUST. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from B a. in. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse In attendance. Both phones. UNDERTAKER. Auto, phone 316. Colo., Red 111 A. BORDERS. Commercial Club building. Black or White hearse, $6. ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both phones. CIVIL ENGINEER, J. R. Farwell. Room 23. N. T. Armljo building. NOTARY PUBLIC. Tlios. K. D. Maddlsnn. Office with W. B. Childers. 117 West Gold avenue. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, United Statea Land Office. Santa Fe, N. M., Dec. 19, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that the following-named claimant hag filed no tice of hig Intention to make final proof in support of hit claim under lections IS and 17 of the act of March 3. 1891 (26 Stats., 854), as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 470), irnd that said proof will be made before the pro bate cleric at Los Lunas, N. M., on January 26, 1907, viz: Mariana Chav ez de Otero, for the Small Holding Claim No. 2647, situate in Sec, 36, T. 7 N., R. 2 E. He names the following witnesses to prove his actual continuous ad verse possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the sur vey ot the township, viz: Francisco Aragon y Baca, of Los Lunas, N. M.; Anlceto Aragon, Gull lermo Orona, Quirlno Samore, of Per alta. N. M. Any person who desires to protest against the allowance ot said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the Interior department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the above mentioned time and place to cross examine the wltnesseg of said claim ant, and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that submitted by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. Small Holding Claim No. 2547. Hunting for Trouble. "I've lived in California 20 years, and am still hunting for trouble in the way of burns, sores, wounds, bolls, cuts, sprains, or a case of piles that Bucklen's Arnica Salve won't quickly cure." wrles Charles Walters, og Alleghany, Sierra county. No use hunting. Mr. Walters; It cures every case. Guaranteed by all druggists. 25c. nriiHHiiiitiii tT The Citizen Print Shop Is where you can get the most for your money. We print every. V thing but greenbacks and post. 4 age stamps. Either phone. t HOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILL? Thfjr overoom Wt-Ah.Ttt-M, r'f ' Jr5V surity Mini uuiUaloiia.liurvui- v it 7V pill fit I tf hi J. Hi j Hit ltJ ' t)l IK. 41ti.( 1" ll I'tM-llff . riillu. s L.i a tiri' I Ik lv nitill. -y d-Hariri FOR SAi-B BY ANN ft ftO