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FRIDAY. APRIL 12, 191.
FAGB TWO. 'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN, Tilt EVENING CITIZEM Tke Citizen Publfohiot Company OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE OF A WISE WOMAN TO Considers Summer Fad of Watering Places From Her Own Experience. CONDITION OF POOR JOHN WHO REMAINED IN CITY Sickness Gave New Ideas and Now Children go to Grandpa's But Wife Is at Home. (By tfcthcrine Allmiin.) The subject of Bummer vacations was up before a bevy of fair women 11 nd great wan the babel of tongues, d.scusslng hats and gowns anil the merits of various summer resorts where beauty finds a greatful haven from the city's glare anil dusty heat. The wise woman listened for a space lo nil the chatter of summer outfits una "smart" hotels, and then she spake her mind, and everybody lis tened, as women sometimes will. "I spend the summer In the city nowadays and (ret ariiuainted with my husband. When John and I first started on our matrimonial venture, summer vacation trips were not with in the reach of our finances. I did my own housework through summer's hat and winter's chilling blasts, and some way we got along and had jolly good times together, with an occas ional outing of a day or two. But, as he prospered in his business, and my 'sphere of activities' widened be yond the needs of borne and fireside, and our pocket boo ka chlrcked up, the summer vacation germ began to set In Its deadly work. "John would not listen to my stay ing In the city during the heated term with the children, and first we went to the country; but as we grew In affluence and ambition a six-weeks or two months stay at seashore or moun tain became a necessity Instead of a luxury. John could not go and leave his business, it was true, but he did not care much for summer hotels, anyway, so he was wont to content himself with one or two flying trips, ('housing to remind us of his existence by occasional brief letters and fre quent checks. "Kvery spring I dismantled and scrubbed the house from top to bot tom, snatched down curtains and draperies, covered the expensive fur niture with drab-colored stuffs, swathed the chandeliers, robed choice pictures in mosquito netting, and put my silver valuable knicknacks in the safe deposit. Sewing women filled the house, (ittlng out the children to shine as miniature glasses of fash ion and the rest of the quotation. whatever it is, while dressmakers and modistes haunted my sleeping and waking hours. Finally, when each Infant had a wardrobe of alarm ing proportions, and I had gotten our linery in some eight or ten trunks and boxes, bribed my nurse girl to accompany us, conciliated the cook and chambermaid by retiring them for two months on full pay, tinner Into John s bewildered mascu line ears a thousand instructions re gardlng the house, we would roll down to the station in pomp and state to leave for some expensive place where the cool breezes were sup I osed, but generally forgot, to blow. "At these gilded hotels did I find rest and quiet and eace of mind? Well, In those days had I done so I should have hied me elsewhere, for when a woman spends 1500 on a few summer frocks and hats she isn't looking for sylvan dales and sunny brooks far from the haunts of men. "And so, on gingerbread piuzzas I fiat, a summer hotel fixture worry ing about the children, wondering why John did not write oftener, dressing my hair to go in bathing, gowning myself with tender care for the stifling promenade, playing earlier or bridge and engaging in Lioodlrss social duels and rivalries with other misguided mortals who were oft on vacation trips. "To be sure now and then tlu bieezes blew, and the salt spray of the ocean or the sunlit mountain were inspiring and exhilarating, but when one is paying $5 a day and get ting dyspepsia for it, when the chil dren are learning pert ways and snobbish tricks ami soiling on an average four dresses a day, when everybody pushes and jostles and begs your pardon and runs over you again in their mad rush to be in the social swim, the simple pleasures of nature are apt to be lost upon one. And yet, I could not see. John came as often as his business affairs would permit, 1 daresay, but men find small joy In summer hotels and the people who haunt them, and gradually it began to dawn upon inn that I was not quite as necessary to John's happiness and well being as I had been in days gone by; especlul !; so, when I did not see him one summer for eight weeks, and whei upon my return in the fall he left me, home and business to take car of ourselves, while he took his noli day on a hunting trip. "Finally, one summer, after going through all the anguish of prepara tlons and locating at a near-swel watering place sickness came upoi me, ami 1 hail just enough of my original amount of brains left to In sist upon beinjf carried home In Mead of to some strange hospital. "Old you ever come In from ; summer resort 'where the coo breezes blow,' Into the blistering dusty city on a blazing afternoon ii summer, crawl through the empty ilfeles streets to your deserted hum that gave no sign of life or welcome Never will I forget those staring win dows or dustv blinds, or that stuffy uninviting house where John bad kept bachelor quarters and strewn cigar ashes and poker chips and bee hollies with artless masculinity John was out of town for the day the woman had not come to clean and I had the same pleasing sensatioi t-iitering a deserted, uncaied fir WOMEN American Stage, Degenerating Today, Shows Urgent' Need of a National Conservatory, SH11MIS TIIK CAM, OF MM r. Bernhardt, who dusoiubed II Kit AS TIIK LEADING AMERI CAN AtTREKK cmMrriov OK III K STAGE BECOMING LA MENTABLE. (Itv Minnie Maddim Pfckc.) Mine. Hernhardt is right In saying that an art atmosphere should be de veloped In the United States and that, although we have talent In abund ance, we arc hampered by the lack of a great dramatic conservatory for Its training along aproved and systematic lines. It Is shameful that our government, despite its watchful care for the ma terial Interests of the people, shows a less enlightened regard for the civilizing influences of the higher forms of art than Is shown by even the smaller countries of Europe. Our government Oops practically nothing to foster art of any kind. I'nder the old dramatic regime, in what were known as the "palmy days," the conditions provided prac tical training for actors. It was a crude and unscientific training, no rloubt, but It gave invaluable exper ience and produced technical facility. Young actors served an arduous ap prenticeship "learned their trade," a? it were under competent direc tors, and they were obliged to quali fy for each round of the ladder they sought to climb. If they had talent and intelligence, that school of the actual theatre made them skillful players in course of time, and they ultimately reached the sphere for which they were fitted. Today no such school exists. The virtual banishment of the repertoire, tlu disappearance of the real stock companies, the playing of one part for a long period, the extinction of the group of genuine stage directors all these things have contributed to deprive the young player of the schooling necessary to sound achieve ment. The stage Is infested by a mass of young actors who have never had the oportunity to ground themselves In the rudiments of the dramatic art, and whose natural talent is often hopelessly cramped or distressingly perverted. As the years go by and the actors who obtained the thorough training that the old conditions af forded pass from the scene, the de- scent toward the level of common place ana mediocrity Decomes more and more appreciable. Young actors are encouraged to develop what is described as "personality." They are not encouraged to develop the ability to Impersonate. A national dramatic conservatory perhaps patterned after the Paris Conservatoire, but modified in cer tain particulars to meet the speWal requirements of the American the atre and to conform to the spirit of modernity that typifies the best dra matic aspirations of the time would rescue our stage from the lamentable conditions that prevail. Such a con st rvatory would afford technical training. Its curriculum would in- dwelling, as he had doubtless left a hundred times. "I began to see through the glass more clearly, and In the days of con valescence which followed shortly I had ample time to face the situation squarely. Not all the flowers John could fill the house with, not all the scrubbing the charwoman might do could divest me of that first impres sion, and silently I formed my plans. When I was well again, John broach ed the subject of vacation, as a mat ter of course, and when I insisted up on remaining, finally assented with out much enthusiasm, and gathered up his poker chips with reminiscent sadness, and my heart sank within me to see how little difference it real ly seemed to make in his scheme of enjoyment whether I remained or not. Truly It was time to see clearly. "The children had gone down into the country, where long-suffering, but convenient grandparents wel comed the little hoydens, the cook had departed for lands unknown, and I was left to enact my little drama alone, which was a blessing in dis guise, for it awoke John's slowly petriflying sympathies and gave me a base advantage, which I seized greedily, and then I really went to work. "First, 1 had pretty awnings put up at the windows where the sun beat In with such pitiless persistence, and then I purchased yards and yards of dotted Swiss, with which to make dainty ruffled draperies that would give a sweet-glrl-gradua,te-iummery look to those poor, staring windows. Next, the drab coverings that might ave saved the furniture, but cer tainly wore on the spirit were doom- d, and in their place I made flower- d cretonne coverings, while I ban- shed the bigest, hottest looking ieces of furniture to the attic in Nothing- Too Good Tor the American People rate of OVER A MILLION EOXES A MONTH, proving that the American people recog nize, that what is BEST FOR THEM is none too good. Why this enormous patronage ? The answer is simple: Cascarets are pure, ..lean, sweet, milrl. fratrrant. harmless hut effrrric litH. rah1fc fnr trot. 1 .5 7 ment ana cure oi constipation ana an tsowei l rouoies. 1 ney are put up in neat little enamel boxes, easy to buy, easy to tarry (in vest-pocket or purse), easy to take and easy of action, tl-.vays -eliable, always the same, they "work while you sleep" d wake you up feeling: fine in the morning. They not only regulate the movement and stimulate the muscular walls of . - uowels, but they keep the ENTIRE CANAL CLEAN and antiseptic, forcing ;.t and destroying all disease germs that breed in the accumulated filth unUvi.-; :ur:ipt:y and regularly discharged. Therelore, they are a great preventive ot . .i.e.aad may be taken continuously as a precautionary measure. T!ie new Pure Drugs Act, adopted by Congress on June 30. 1906. am1, in ..ctt January 1, 1907, is a GOOD LAW and means better and PUKl.'.K Ii-,; lor the American People. We endorse it and will live up to it in jl iRIT and LETTER, an easy task, as we have always been actua-i '.; .!ie same principles and no changes are required in our formula or pac!: ai'.c. We adopted OUR OWN PURE DRUG LAW in 1896 when the first box r- Cascarets came on the market and have lived and worked and pro ductd under it ever since. To-day,after a record of nearly 100.000,000 boxes said, Cascarets STAND the greatir in PURITY. QUALITY and MEDICINAL MERIT than any other preparation for Bowel trouble in all the world. This should be a great argument for any one, to try Cascarets AT ONCE, and be healthier and happier for it. Some people have CHRONIC CONSTIPATION with all the horrors derived from it; others have HAB ITUAL CONSTIPATION from carelessness and neglect, but nearly EVERYBODY has OCCASIONAL CONSTIPATION, which, if not promptly taken care of is liable to result in its degeneration into the worse forms and cause great suffering and perhaps death. Cascarets, if taken patiently and regularly, will remedy all of these awful troubles, but if taken promptly at the very first sign of an irregular ity cf the Bowels, will act as the FINEST PREVENTIVE ever discovered ii'. i will keep au the machinery running in good order. -;j We advise you to get a little 10c box of Cabcarets TO-UA nd carry it in your purse or vest pocket. Take one when you feel anything unusual about your bowels. Your own druggist will sell you the little bo, under GUARANTY of satisfaction or money refunded. All druggists, 10c, 25c, 50c H S i,v v, o H g-) f4 4 fzj .MRS. MINNIE MADDERV FISKE. I IIOM A FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPH OK TIIK WOMAN WHOM MME. BERNHARDT CALKS THE LEAD I N AM F.HI CAN AtrritKKK. dude all those branches In which our young actors are mostly deficient voice placing and culture, declama tion, dancing, pantomime, fencing, etc., besides the study of dramatic literature. The science of the stage would be taught, mental Insight stlm- ulated, and proficiency demanded and acquired in technique, which is the foundation upon which talent can : rear Its edifices of imagination and passion. The elementals of music, I painting, anil sculpture must be seri- temporary disgrace. Comfortable I and artistic chairs took their place, biiu Hume smaii arusuc rag rugj v., .iai (niunncu iiin j lessened the cleaning and gave a more ; nomey iook. to me norist then 1 ; hied me and with his aid and my va cation money we evolved such window boxes aa never before were known. Magnificent hydrangeas, scarlet ger anlmums, and . the ever beautiful nasturtiums, with trailing vines. graced every window with their beau- i ty. Cost? Yes, It did cost something, it is true; but not as much as one j week at a summer hotel. "Need I tell you of the Cinderella like manner in which I sprang from my couch each morning at 5 o'clock, or how much genuine nerve and moral strength It took to do so? Itut a dainty perfumed plunge in an im maculate tub presented some allure ments, and the knowledge that my fmartness in the morning should be rt paid by a blessed snooze In a cool, airy bed room in the afternoon acted as very present help in time of hesi tation, and even John entered into tiie spirit of the thing enough to liprlnkle the lawn and flower boxes and set the breakfast table (under my Instruction.) Shall I tell you of the dainty meals we planned and exe cuted? For I wan base enough to Iietend to require his masculine guidance even in such mutters. I know I could qualify as a barmaid ill England after that summer's ripe ex perience in the mixing of drinks dear lo the masculine palate, and I was deep enough to have them awaiting John when he came in from a hot and dusty ride .tired -out and cro..' with a day of cross purposes. "With enticing soups to lure him on. I jollied him Into eating cold sliced meats and appetizing salads, and touched the heart in just the There io NOTHING TOO GOOD for the American people that's way we started to make Cascarets Candy Cathartic. The first box made its appearance in 18,and the enthusiastic endorsement of the people has been bestowed upon Ci5carets ever since. The sale today is at the . .. it 7 Z. . . k Writes Mrs. Fiske ously studied. Why not the elemen tals of the art of acting? Too much of the acting of today is like playing the piano by ear, in Ignorant self complacency striking the wrong note witn a loud and firm touch. An endowed conservatory. free from the consideration of pecuniary support from the students, would be In a position to sift the wheat from the chaff at the very threshold of the stage door. And that would not be its least value. light nlace hv hiivino- k km, and waiting and seeing to it that his negliges were not starched Binder uic ieimuie oi torture, isay, I rose to the greatest heights of feminine sacrifice and fussed not when he wanaereu on: to a ball game and kept my dinner waiting once or twice. And when -other men heard of the strange thing that had befallen John Smith,, and' came to marvel, a great H-cm-e ieu upon me, tor 1 knew that although my better half had said nine, ne nan seen and understood mucn; ana when, one hot evening, aonn gave a poker party to these disconsolate ones, as he had done In other days with wifey far away, and appetizing sandwiches. Iced salads, and punches came mysteriously from the culinary department over which I obscurely presided, and his man guesis rose with one accord and call en me messed, I knew I had played intr Rime wen ana nail won. t thou and do likewise." NEVADA MINES ARE PAYING BIG PROFITS ,oliliic,. NW., April It. Present slock market conditions are having mile etiect upon the actual prosner ity and prospects of the local mining iiiuustry. Even in the case of Nevada mining stocks, their intrinsic values have not been affected by market fluctuations; and the renewal of ac tivity in the camps with the coming of spring is Indicative of what may be expected ill the way of actual pro duction during the coming months. A number of railroad deals of great Im portance have lately been put through which will result in the opening up of very large mineralized areas In Ne vada hitherto regarded as practically Inaccessible. Trains will soon be run ning from Monterey to Fresno, San Juan ami liolllster. This line will undoubtedly be completed In Gold- lield by the end of the year. The ex pected inrush of miners Into tlolil tield has already started; they are coming hy trainloads from Los Ange les as well as from Denver and points further east. The one great fact that cannot lie argued away Is that men are making money in Nevada mines; and wlille they continue to do so, the liolili'is of high grade securities are manifesting no special anxiety to close out their stocks or forego their chances of future profits. The mining situation is regarded by local brokers not business men as on a sound basis i wllh u"' prospect r a record-break i II,K production for the season now I opening. n i: TRIP IS PL.WXK.l l Olt FOIIKIG.V VISITORS I Pittsburg. Pa.. April 12. Anion;? the entertainments arranged for the foreign guests at the Carnegie cele : liralion is a trip around Pittsburg by river. The foreign trip has been ar ranged for Saturday, April 13, and the committee accepted the tender of the Kti-amiT Island Queen, made by the Conev Island Museum company. I The party will be taken for a trip up . the MouoKahclu as far as McKees- port. stopping to Met1 the Homestead steel works, and the plant of the Na tlonal Tube company at McKecsport. Then the boat will take the visitors up the Allegheny river as far as the I new tllltraUon plant at Aspinwall. A short trio down the Ohio river ' through IMvlH Island dam, so as to ' Miow till- development or tile upper ('hi. i valley from an industrial stand- I point, will eiiinpli'te the steamboat Hip. El'KEKA! Yes, I I lin e Found It at IjiM. Found what? Why that Chamber Iain's Salv cures eczema and all manner of itching of the skin. I have been afflicted for many years with vkln disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible itching, but since using this salve in December, 1905, the itching has stopped and has not troubled me. Elder John T. Ongley. Kootville. Pa. For sule by all druggists. Our ROCG1I DRY work aon's havs to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. j . a u imTi BATH SUPPLIES and Toilet Accessories Itailt liruslics, Soaps Nail ltruslicH, Manicure. NtisMors, trn Plasters, Corn IHc, Shampoo Oram, llnlr Tonic, Talcum Powder, Toilet Waters i:c. He. Let us Supply You o The HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Life Building, Cor. Jtallroud Ave. and Broadway. MARTIN A. KNAPP FAV- Eminent Economist Says Ex perience of Other Coun tries Is no Criterion. (By ClMiirmaii Knapp.) If we test the utility of public own ership by the experience of other countries, we find little that is con vincing either one way or the other. On the whole, the tendency is strong ly in that direction. And this tend ency, it is Interesting to observe, is quite Independent of the form oi government. For Instance, there is Germany, which the ordinary person regards as the nearest to a monarchy of any great modern state, which al ready owns and operates a large por tion of its railways and is apparently aiming to still further extend its rail way operation; and right alongside oi Germany is little Switzerland, which we picture to ourselves as about the most democratic of modern govern ments, which has recently acquired all the railways within her territory and is to conduct them as a govern ment service. The step was taken only after long deliberation and under i proceeding which reflected the un questioned perference of the Swiss people. From such countries as Australia and New South Wales conflicting ac counts are received, varying largely, It would seem, from the point of view and preconceived notions of the ob server. Within the last rew months 1 have had occasion to meet men from both those countries who are thoroughly well informed, not only as to the operation of their railroads, hut as to the sentiment of their peo ple, and I was assured that the idea of discontinuing public ownership and allowing the railroads to iass into private hands would find no support in public opinion or be regarded as among future possibilities. It is true the conditions existing In other lands are quite different from those en tcintereil here. This Is so not only is to the character of the populuti m and Industries, but also by reason of the traditional sentiment and attitude of the people towards their govern ments. In England, as Is well known, the geographic and other conditions are quite unlike those existing here. More than that, there has been in England from the beginning a more rigorous control of railways than In this country, while various causes have been kept under efficient re straint. The discriminating practices which are Iipre so prevalent and alarming are there virtually unknown. It is a great question, one upon which the last word has not by any means been said. That it will be more and more discussed I am very certain That It will become an early political issue I do not expect and assuredly do not desire. But as was remarked at the outset, no one can tell how soon It may be forced to the front and absorb the attention of the country beyond all other matters of public concern. HUN. MARTIN A. KNAPP hairman Interstate Commerce Coin mission. THE RAIN MADE BRADLEY SMILE I Ki oiii Vara Vista New Mexican.) T. J. Hradiey, ten miles north, was n town Wednesday and to a jew Mtxican reporter had the following to say: I have ten acres of cotton twelve acres of corn, one quarter acre of potatoes, some English peas ml some cucumbers planted aim they are all up and looking nice. I .1111 going to do my part, and If I don't raise a crop in New Mexico it won't bo my fault." Mr. Hradiey must have had a loud smile on yes terday during the rain. There's no work for the stomach in Pabst Blue Rib bon Beer, for Pabst 8-Day Malting Process transform all tho food elements into easily digested substances. Brewed, sterilized, filter ed under conditions that In sure absolute purity, Pabst Blue Ribbon is truly th Beer of Quality pure, I whulesome,nouriliingfood. When ordering beer, call for Pabst Blue Ribbon and get the beer that is brewed for its pure food-value and delightful flavor. BetUr telephone for a caae. Ernest Meyers & Co., W. Silver Ave., Albunserque rhone 120. in-- us L2f CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. WANTrilJ Woman avenue. at bor. Ilom WANTKI Girl for general house work. Apply to W. J. Johnson, 820 West TIJeras road. VVANTKI v To buy a three or four room house. Cheap for cash. No commission. lluyer This office. WANTED More wore for a first class hnnd laundry, Lace curtains a specialty. Satisfaction guaranteed. 40M West TIJerns nvenue. (Colored.) WANTED Ladles wanting stylish millinery and dressmaking, call on Miss Crane, 612 North Second street. Prices low. Also appren tices wanted. 'Phone 944. WANTED Position by male steno grapher and bookkeeper. Age 27. Experienced. Good recommenda tions and references. Address box 12. Albuquerque. WANTED Gentleman-a second hand clothing. No. 615 South Firat street, south of viaduct. Send ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. FOR It EXT. Foil KENT Furnished rooms tents. 413 South Broadway. and FOK KENT llooms for light house keeplng. 408 North Second street. FOR KENT Nicely furnished room; electric light and bath. 419 Mar guette avenue. FOK KENT Pleasant, well-furnish-ed rooms, near business center; rate reasonable. Corner Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear. FOK RENT Two all new housekeep ing rooms, well furnished, includ ing electric lights, water and bath; south and east front 14.00. 619 West Railroad avenue. E. P. Gol den. FOK KENT Light, airy, well-fur-nlshed rooms for rooming or light housekeeping. All rooms open ing on the outside. Price, $1 per week and up. Minneapolis House, 524 South Second. A. T. Devore, Proprietor. FOR SALfi. FOR SALE Agood big cow, will be fresh soon. See George K. Neher. FOR SALE Party will sacrifice type writer, good as new. Address Typewriter, care Citizen office. FOR SALE Thoroughbred Jersey bull, coming four. Address or In quire of J. C. Bemenderfer, 6 miles south of Albuquerque. FOK SALE This Claude Girard property on Mountain road, first house weft of acequia, near Six teenth street. Inquire on premises or at 300 North Proadway. FOR SALE At the "Variety" The very best of home-baked bread, pies, cakes, doughnuts, baked beans, soup, candy, etc.; all home made. Also staple groceries, dry goods and notions. 606 South Arno. Phone 710. -OST. Lo.ST Hy runaway team, on Third or Fourth street. leather covered buggy cushion; also brass plunger for spray pumps, call at 610 North Third Mreet or phone 38 lor re ward. J E. Matthew. f'OliOMBO HAI.Ii, APRIL IT. Prof. 1)1 Mauro iunl a Well ScUh-UhI OrclwHlra of Fifteen Piecvs, Inclutl Ing Mr. lUondin, Ccllolst, and Mrs. Zehrlcr. Pianist This Is tho IWvat Orrlitttrtrn In New Mexico. Program. 1. Serenade from Opera Comigus Orchestra Variation. "Carnival of Venice" Violin Prof. DiMauro 3. Selection from Travlata, llano Four Hand Frances and Clarence Hothe. 4. Overture. "Poet and Peasant.. Orchestra Solo for Harp Mrs. DeWolf Violin Solo, Piano Accompani ment, "Melody from Ruben stein" Miss Hertha Loebs and Miss Bertha Wardwell. 7. Selection from Martha, Violin and Piano Edith and Kay Loebs. 8. Selection, "Lucia di La Mar- moo," Orchestra . Trombone Solo Mr. Ellis li). Romance "El Trovatore" Piano Miss Bachechi 11. Selection from Kigaletto llano Miss Badaracc 12. Selection from "El Trovatore" Violin and Piano Miss Bertha Wardwell and Emit Coulodon. 13. Overture from Zampa Orchestra After Concert, Dance. Tickets on sale at Matson's, begin ning Monday morning, and at Colom bo hall night of the 17th. "Pneumonia's Deadly Work had so seriously affected my right lung," writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn. 'that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the neighobrs' predic tion consumption semed Inevitable, until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, which in my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak, sore lungs." When all other remedies utterly fall, you may still win In the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. &0c and 11.00. Trial bot tle free. o NOTICE FOK Pl'BI.H ATION. Department of the Interior, Ind Office at Santa Fe, N. M , March 26, 107. Notice is hereby given that George Klrochima. of Iiguna. N. M., has tiled notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In support of his claim, via!.: Homestead entry No. 6843, made September 12. 11102, for the N 'i NW U SW U NW 4 and NW i SVV U. section IS, township 7 N. range 4 W, and that said proof will be made before Sllvestre Mira bal, U. S. Court Commissioner at San Rafael, N. M., on May 6, 1KU7. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous resilience upon, and cultivation of, tho land, viz: Charles Carr. Iorenzo Romero, Juan Palle, Jose M Caen, all of La guna, X. M. SIA.XUKI. K IITKliD, Register Cured of Rheumatism. Mr. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga Tenn., had rheumatism in his left arm. "Tho strength seemed to have gone out of the muscles so that was useless for work," he says. "I applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm and wrapped the arm in flannel at ninht and to, my relief I found that the pain gradually left me and the strength returned. In three weeks the rheu matism had disappeared and has not since returned." If troubled with rheumatism try a few applications of pain Halm. You are certain to be pleased with the relief which it af fords. j.OI. gaie by all druggists. The Baldwin Refrigerators at irelle's. Nothing better made, isfactton guaranteed. Fu- Sat- For Sab Met ry-go-rounH. Futrelle. W. V PEllSONAIi PROPERTY IjOAJS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Planoa, Organs, Horses, Wagons and other Chattel! also on SALARIES AND WARE HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low aa til and as high aa $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one rear given. Goods remain in your possession. Our rates are reasonable Call and sea ua before borrowing;. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tlcketa to and from all parts of the world. Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg. 31S West Railroad Ave. ' PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. MONEY TO LOAN We have about $3,000 to loan In suiiut o $1,00 or loss on real eetnta M.'1'initj u. 8 per cent. N"i ua. PORTERFIELD CO. tit West Gold Ave. PROFESSIONAL CARDS We Want 1 MACHINIST 2 CARPENTERS, 3 BELL-BOYS, 2 COOKS, 2 STONE MASONS. " 1 IRON MOLDER, 5 HOUSE GIRLS, We furnish clerical lit-lp a specially, free to the employer Bookkeepers, Stenographers, Tyiiewrlters, Clerks, etc. SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, Phone. 807. No. 110 S. Sec. St. LAWYERS. Ira Mf. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 32 F.St.. N. W., Washington, D. C. Pensions, land patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. IL W. . Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First NaUonal Bank building;. E. W. Dobson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office. Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. M. DENTISTS. DR. J. K. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and , Barnett building. over O'Rlelly's drug store. Phone No. 744. Appointments made by mall. Edmund J. Alger, D. 1. 8. No. 3 OS Railroad avenue. Offict hours, 9 a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; 1:J p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. W. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Snrgoon. Occidental Life Building1. Tele phone 886. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. K. L. IIUS1. Office, 6-8, N. T. Arniljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current and Germicide. Treatments given each day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse in attendance. Both phones. DRS. B RON" SON & BRONSON, Homeopaths. Over Van's Drug Store. Ofllce and residence, 628. 'Phone DR. J. N WARNER. V. S. When your animals are sick you need a good veterinary surgeon. Call up the old reliable. Phone No. 64 2. UNDERTAKER. Auto, phone 316. Colo., Red lit A. BORDERS. Commercial Club building. or White hearse, $6. Black ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thoa. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders. West Gold avenue. 117 1LV1R DRESSER ATO DIST. CHIKOPO. Mrs. Bambini, at her parloru, No. 209 West Railroad avenue, is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrowing nails. Sh gives massage treatment and mani curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tion of complexion cream builds u? the bkln and improves the complex Ion,, and Is guaranteed not to be In jurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dan druff and hair falling out; restore life to dead hair; removes mole, warts and superfluous hair. Also face powder, a freckle cure and pin. pie cure and pile cure. All of these preparations are purely vegetable compounds. Have just added a vi brator machine for treatment of scalp, face and cure of wrinkles. It Is also used for rheumatism, pains and massage. CliaiiilM'rliiin's Conch Remedy Aid Nuture. Mi ilieinrs that aid nature are al ways most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It allays the cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opens the secre tions, and aids nature in restoring the system to a healthy condition. Thou sands have testified to its superior excellence. For sale by all druggists. Reduced it. R. Rates To all points Railroad Tickets bought and sold. Moore's Ticket Ollliv, 113 West Railroad avenue. Only member of American Tic ket brokers' Association In Albu querque, N. M. Correspondence solicited.