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FRIDAY, april l. If 7.
TAGS 1WO. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CI. TOE EVENING CITIZtH MUi tally Ml WMfcty ty Tke Citizen PublUhlni Company kta OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE SLEEP LEFT OUT OF IIS PLANS Wearers of Fez. Who Go to Los Angeles. Will Be Kept Busy. NATIONS CAPTAINS OF T NDUSTRY DISPUTE PREDIC OF A! I AS Prominent Capitalists in Signed State ments Unite in Belief That Present Season of Prosperity Will Continue. CORTELYOU HEARS FAVORABLE COMMENT 111 TREASURY Good Crops and Employment for Labor Real Key Note of Situation -Industries Boomlng StocKs Alone Suffer. i Los Angles. April IS. Delegates to Ihe thirtv-third Imperial Council of the Mvstic Shrine, to be held In this city during the week commencing May 5. will be candidate for the rest cure when they reach the end of the week's entertainment prepared by the brethren of I Angeles and the Mer chants and Manufacturers' associa tion. In arranging the official pro gram, soon to be Issued, Potentate Motley H. Flint has enlisted all of the fthow places In this section of the state, and while It is not exactly clear Just when the visitors will be enabled to sleen. thev will certainly be af forded opportunity to soe and hear more than the ordinary tourist who hits months to devote to the same purpose. Banquets and balls, excursions and outlnes. lunches and parades and pa sreants will supplement the official business sessions, and In every feature of the busv week the lavish hospital ity of California will be In evidence. Visiting temples from the Atlantic c-nnst. from the middle west, from the northwest and the southeast will vie with one another in their receptions, held, for the most part In the leading hotels of the city, where they will es tablish headquarters. Expense will be a term missing from the Shriner vorabulary. and the visitors who would separate themsel ves from any portion of their Incomes must originate their own methods, since the local committee,, not con tent with providing steamers, trains, cars and automobiles for the unending schedule of Journeys, has opened the gates of every notable attraction In the vicinity of the city and has "bought out the house" at two of the leading theaters. All day Wednesday. May 8. the Shrlners and their families will be in specting the city, and scores of auto mobiles and tally-hos will be In serv ice throughout the day. At the beach entertainments, where one pavilion was deemed Insufficient, two have been provided, and to each Shrlner there is In readiness a printed invita tion to ask for anything that happens to be Invisible. In the expectation that there may be one or more de mands for the moon, that shining orb will be made a feature of the elec trical parade and may be taken horn by any wearer of the fex who con celves a violent fancy for it. Are. ami this Is then' H rial danger of a srnson of Imnl lime in America? we Hearing the. snl of our unparalleled national mioee III commerce i..,iwrv' .i.iini 1. Itwkcfcller. the world' richest man. opencti question when lie declared, at llio first of Hie year, that the depression In stock market values would mtw eerlnlnly he followed by an Industrial slump which would affect all elasHes. l-slio M. Sliaw, late- secretary of the national treasury, subsequently declared that the Amerltwn public was n iliingcrou ground., .lame J. Hill Inter Issued a eoncrvatlve warning, and more recently a sliUement lias mnw from August llclinont, tine of tlio wealthier capitalist and American agent for the Rothschilds, to the effect tluit the time lws arrived when wo should look forward and lie prepared for changed conditions. To prove the accuracy or mistake In the purport of tlio alarming predictions, statement have Is-en solicited from a list of representative. Ainerimn capitalist and Industrial mag nate. Hie consensus of opinion contained In the following symposium Msltlvely refute the claim of tlie K-simlst. THEY FEAR HARD TIMES JOHN B.'S PREDICTION. TIMK TO HALT. Bitten by a Spider. Through blood poisoning caused by a snider bite. John Washington, of Bosqueville, Tex., would have lost his leg, which became a mass of running . sores, had he not been persuaded to try Bucklln's Arnica Salve. He writes: "The first application relieved, and four boxes healed oil rthe tores' Heals every sore. 25c at all drug gists. GUPID WOULD NOT BE THWARTED V 0 y 1 JOHN D. IKKK EFELLER. "The effect of these attacks (upon corporate Interests) was, of course, first felt by capitalists, and then, through them, the effect was felt by the debtor classes. "The debtor classes are feeling the effect more than ever now. "Who will be the next to suffer? Why, the man with the dinner pall the worklngman whose wages are now higher than ever before In our history." John I). Rockefeller. august bekmont. "I feel greatly Impressed lh.-iL.Jhe unparalleled development of our country and Its prosperity have been so extraordinary that it is undoubt edly time to call a halt, and it Is not wholly undesirable. I do not de sire to be either a prophet or an alarmist nor will I discuss the causes which appear to lead to the beginning or a change, but it is unquestioned that wo should prepare ourselves to understand and solve the problems witn wnich we are Ht any time like ly to be confronted." August Hel- j mont. BETTER TIMES EXPE4T- ED IN WEST HY ARMOUR. Indications In western country, at least, are for better rather than "hard limes. There have btssn good crops and labor Is all employed. I see no need for alarm. I do think, though, that when we get up to zenith of high prices and conditions as they exist today that retrenchments are bound to come. (Signed) C1IAS. W. ARMOUR ed with business thst they cannot do the work assigned them and we are the same here. I cannot. Imagine a more prosperous season or a finer outlook. (Signed) I1ARUT SCULLIN. President Keullln-Gnllagher Iron Steel Co., St. Louis, Mo. i-.mpix)yki labo;: ANI CHOI'S THE RBV. If labor continues to be employed and the crops aro good, business can not be destroyed. This Is the key to the whole situation. (Signed) J. O. SCUM IDEA PP. Chairman directors Union Trust Ac Savings Co.. capitalist and manu facturer, Cincinnati, O. President Armour sas City, Mo. Packing Co., Kan- ahcad of industries. banks highly prosperous, railroads and stocks hard lilt and the presidential election which may cause worry. Logically mere Is no cause for apprehension, but sentimentally there may be tie cause of the two latter factors. (Signed) JOHN' J. MITCH ELI ., President Illinois Trust A Savings Hunk, railroad capitalist and in terested in western enterprises of magnitude, Chicago. steel Ill SINEWS UH.IC ROES NOT .HSTIFY HARP TIMKS. The logic of business dues not Justify predictions of hard times. The elements of the situation are big crops, future orders for six months mii.i; rushed WILL MANY ORDERS. Our business extends throughout every district of (he United States and never have we been so pushed to supply the demands. We have touud that the factories and most concerns of the country aro so rush- ;UOO.M KsCAPES FROM BRIDE'S RIVAL'S FRIENDS AFTER EX CITING EXPERIENCE. l , Millville. N. J., April 18. Through the kidnaping of a bridegroom there was a postponement several hours of a wedding of social prominence, and ' Miss Hena Dorothy Boardman, daugir ' ter of Frank Hoardman, did not be come the bride of Ralph Franklin Rohbius of Columbus, O., until the early dawn of Sunday morn. It was planned the wedding should take place at X o'clock Saturday night. Friends had assembled, and Mayor George A. Payne, an uncle of the bride, was ready to perform the cere mony. When the time arrived for the wedding march it was whispered among the guests that the bridegroom had not appeared. The bride was nearly frantic. Thinking that the bridegroom . might have missed the train the guests decided to wall until Sunday morning at eight minutes after two, when another train would arrive. The train was late, but when Hob- bins alighted from the coach a large crowd greeted him with hearty cheers. He declared he had been kidnaped by some friends of the bride's rival at Malem and held until the last train had left Salem. After escaping from the abductors lie said, ho hired a horse and buggy and raced across Salem county for 18 miles and caught a train at Gtasslioro. TKK IT IN TIME Jut as .score of Albuquerque IVopli lluve. Waiting doesn't pay. If vim neirlei-t the aching back. Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely follof. Doanr,s Kidney Pills relieve buck ache. Cure every kidney ill. Albuquerque citizen eudor.se them Mrs. J. L. Curd, living at 410 South Third street. Albuquerque, N. M says: "I suffered more or less from palius in my buc-k for a long time, ani at times when I would over-exert my self or take cold. 1 suffered severely That Uils trouble was due to kidney disease 1 had no doubt; in fact, 1 be lieve it was hereditary in my case, as tnv father died with Blight's disease About a year ago Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention, and taking them for a abort time 1 was absolutely relieved of the pain In my lu-k and felt better in every way The merits of Doan's Kidney pill.-) were so plainly demonstrated to me that 1 can with pleasure and conll di-m-e recommend them to others. For sale bv all dealers. Price 60 cents. Fosler-MUburn Co., Buffalo New York, sole ugents for the United Stales. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. No- 'i'i THEY SEE DANGER AHEAD LIMIT MOKE THAN REACHED HEI LIGHTS SET. fpf NO t'H ANfiE IN HH1S IN STOVE lNlM'STHY. I do not believe there will be any radical change In our industrial con ditions In the Immediate future. The year 1!07, In my opinion, will be nn unparalleled one in point of pros perity, and the year 198 will see no diminution of the Industrial activity. (Signed) C.KOHC.1-; H MAUHOt'i:. Head of Michigan Stove Co.. lareest stove manufacturers In the world, Hetrolt, Mich. NO ISEASON TO EXPECT REACTION OLIVElt C KONHY. Conditions at present were never littler, and there is no reason to ex pect a reaction or hard times. The railroads are canceling some orders f.r steel, but I believe that is for ef fect only. The prospects are excel Itnt for a continuation of prosperity. (Signed) OLIVKU CKIiSHY. President of the American Hoist -Derrick Co., St. Paul. MtTK LYOI'-KHMJELEY KAY HANKERS OPTIMISTIC. "1 have bankers In my office every doy, and! find no apprehension n ni our' them of any clanger or wioe- pread or even temporary business depression. Most of them say they look for no letting up of business in their districts at all." This statement was dictated by Wm. D. Rldgeley. controller of cur rency, and was given by him to the Washington representative of The Evening Citir.en after It had re ceived the approval of the secretary of the treasury, George 11. Cortelyou. Messrs. RUIgeley and Cortelyou were asked for an expression commenting upon recent predictions by prominent American capitalists that the coun try was facing a siege of hard times. BATH SUPPLIES and Toilet Accessories Until llrnslies. Soaps. Nnll it rushes. Manicure Sclsnors, Corn I'lastcr, Corn Flies, Shampoo Creams, Hair Tonics, Talcum Powders, Toilet Waters Etc, Etc. Let us Supply You o The HIGHLAND PHARMACY (fcfidcntjil Life Building, Cor. Railroad Ave. and Broadway. grown so tremendously, the popula tion has Increased so vastly and the production of wealth has gone ahead so enormously over what it was a few years ago I cannot believe there will be any serious Interference with the tide of prosperity the whole nation has experienced for a number of years past." Henry 11. Kogcrs, New York, in Interview. "VERY CONSERVATIVE." E. II. IIARKI.M AN SAYS. Your message received. I have not seen the statements to which you refer. (Predictions of Rockefeller and Helmont.) It seems to me the situation Is in a very conservative condition. (Signed) K. 11. HA It III MAN. New York. WEST SEES ROSY Kl'- Tl'RK, SAYS MOFFAT 1 can see no signs of hard times In the west. There Is plenty of money here. but people are no longer send ing it to Wall street for speculative purposes, rather Investing it In legiti mate enterprises and the development of Industries. Certainly nothing in this section would Indicate an ap proaching period of depression. DAVID H. MOKFATT. Inancier and owner of the new Mof fat t railroad. Denver. Colo. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS WANTED. WANTliD Woman at avenue. WANTKI noma the Gentlemanly Alvar.-vdo. bell bojrs at WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply to W, J. Johnson, 8i0 West Tijeras road. WANTED Ladies wanting stylish mllllnerv and dressmaking, call on Miss Crane, 512 North Second street. Prices low. Also appren tices wanted. 'Phone 944. FKRSONAX PROPERTY LOANS. WANTED UenUeman-B second hand clothing. No. SIS South First street, sbuth of viaduct. Send ad dress and will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. TKAVELINO SALESMAN WANTED WANTED Traveling salesman, old established specialty paint house can use an A 1 traveling salesman In New Mexico. Salary and ex penses. Must be able to refer to former employers. In order to avoid delay give references when apply ing. The Eclipse Paint & i.ifg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses, Wagons and other Chattels) also on SALARIES AND WARE HOUSE RECEIPTS, aa low a SI and as high as $200. 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 S and 4, Grant Blag. 81S West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open Evenings. FOR ItENT. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms nt the Granado hotel, 114 Vi North First street. FOR RENT Pleasant, well-furnished rooms, pear business center; ratos reasonable. Corner Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear. FOR RENT Two all new housekeep ing rooms, well furnished. Includ ing electric lights, water and bath; south and east front $14.00. 519 West Railroad avenue. E. P. Gol den. . FOR HUNT Light, airy. well-fur-nished rooms for rooming or light housekeeping. All rooms open ing on the outside. Price, $1 per week and up. Minneapolis House, f,24 South Second. A. T. Devore, Proprietor. FOR SALE.. FOR SALE Household furniture. 416 West Santa Ke avenue. FOR SALE A good big cow, will be fresh soon. See George K. Neher. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW. 82 F.St.. W., Washington. D. C. Pensions. land patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. N, FOR SALE Party will sacnlice type writer, good as new. Address Typewriter, care Citizen olllce. FOR SALE Roll top oak desk, in most new. Inquire Tony Mlenciiian, old town. DANGER. 1 see no immediate RIPLEY SEES NO JM MEDIATE Answering your wire: prospect of hard times in future. (Signed ) E. P. RIPLEY. President Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry. Co., Ixis Angeles, Cal. NO EVIDENCE OF HARD TIMES. PATTERSON DECLARES Your telegram received. We see no vidcnccK of hard times. Sales are greater and collections better tnan er before. This applies particularly America. JOHN H. PATTERSON, resident National Cash Register ( o., Koston, Mass. TEE COAL INDUSTRY OUTLOOK JOOI FOR ANOTHER YEAR. Replying to your request: Out look in coal mining Industry Is most satisfactory. The scale of wages adopted a year ago, covering a period of two years, insures a continuance for another year of the present friendly relations between the em ployer and the employes. It has en abled coal companies to make con tracts with the consumers at it re munerative price and guarantees them their supply, which in turn has given them the opportunity of con tracting ahead to deliver their manu factured products. The employe Is earning good wages and nothing but prosperity for a year to come seems to be in our horizon. ( Signed ) FRANCIS L. ROKHINS. President The Monongiihelii River Consolldiatcd C. & C. Co., Pitts burg, Pa. MAKER JONES SEES NO CliOUR IN SIGHT Situation in the Iron and steel busi ness could not oe uctier. i an see nothing on the business horizon to cause depression lor montns to come. R F. JONES. JR., President Jones & McLaughlin .steel Co., Pittsburg, Pa. (M)D TIMES RULE IN PHILADELPHIA There Is no apprehension in Phil- idelphla's financial circles regarding the Imminence of hard times, fear of hich seem to have afflicted flnan- iers In some sections of the country. The strictly local stocks, commonly known as the utility stocks, were never actually stronger than at the resent time. General business is good, labor conditions are settled and rosnects are bright. I look for no sudden change. RANDALL MORGAN, ice President United Gas Improve ment Co., Philadelphia. I'll MRM AN OF U. S. STEEL HAS GREATEST HOPES lluslness conditions now are good ts to the future, one man can guess as well as another. There are always danger signals. As for myself, I have the greatest hope fur the future. The necessities of the people lire not dim Inlshitig slid their abili'y to pay for them is increasing. KLHKRT 1 1 . GARY. Chairman of the V. S. S. Corporation New York. HAVE YOUR PHOTO TAKEN NOW. STAMP PICTURES 25 CENTS PER DOZEN AND UP. KODAK FIN DING A SPECIALTY. PHOTO PII LOW COVERS ON JAPANESE SILK. OUR WORK IS OUR GUARANTEE. STARR STUDIO. 21tt WEST GOLD AVENUE. c, . JAS. J. HILL. I "The red lights are set and caution is necessary. I- believe there will be a reaction in business, but this is far LESLIE M. SHAW. Living expenses are never cheap. except in periods f industrial stagnation. Jliere is a reasonable limit, how- from saying that the times are bad. ever, to nil good things, and that lim- All will work out well if we n re :i 1 1 has been a little more than reach- patient and nrudent." Jus .1. Hill. ed. A slight curtailment everywhere will do us good. 'Our only danger is from unwar ranted alarm. We have cen run ning al a breakneck pace until every body is well nigh out of breath. If we can now slacken and nobody lie down in the road, it would oe well with us."- l,-slle. M. Shaw. fflOHIC 0LDEMS EXTERNAL EVIDENCE OF INTERNAL POISON Whenever a sore or ulcer refuses to heal, it is a sure sign of a diseuscc condition of the blood. The sure itself is muhjIv an outside evident e o ionie internal poison, aud the only way to cure it is to remove the dec; ondcrlyim' cause. Sores and Ulcers originate usually from a retention ir the system of bodily waste matters and impurities. These should pass nf lliroii)li the natural avenues of waste, but localise of a sluggish, condition o: the different members they are retained in the system to be taken t.p bv th blood. This vital fluid Boon bt-conics unhealthy or diseased, and th skin given way in some weak place ami a Sore or I'lccr is formed. The con Stant drainage of impurities through a fiore causes it to fester, grow red and Inflamed and tat deeper into the surrounding flesh, aud often there is sevt pain and some discbarge. S. S. S. is the remedy for Sores and Ulcers It is nature's blood purilier, tiuile cntirt-lj of vegetable matter, known to be spei ilici for all blood disuses and tlisordeis. S. S. S. goes down to the very Isittom of tin trouble, and removes the poison and im pure matter, so that the soie is uo longei fed with Impurities, but is nourished and cleansed wilii a stream oi healthy, rut blood. Then the place lsgins to be.il, new fledi is formed, the inflamma tion subsides, and when S. S. S. has thoroughly cleansed the ci'.ctilation tin place heals permanently. Special book on Sores and Ulcers and any medics.' advice desired will be sent free to nil who w rite. rue swift specific co.. Atlanta, c.a. SEES GOOD TIMES FOR SOI Til AND NATION Tln-re Is every indication for a con tinuance of unprecedented prosper ity. If there Is a stringency In the money market it is caused by the good times now existing and the de mand for an enforced extension of business enterprises. 1 can see noth lug but prosperity ahead of the Am eriean people In the Immediate fu- lure. Conditions in the south are more prosperous than they have been In years, with no prospect of a change for l he worst. ISADORE NEWMAN. Ranker ami Capitalist, New Orleans l.i. FR INK ROCKEFELLER SEES GREAT DANGER We are working to a reduction of the manufactured output of the t'liun trv. The nresent Inability of railroads to handle I lie product of manufactur ers and other traffic Is very serious. The railroads are getting no encour agenient ill their elTort to obtain money by means of which to increase their fi-fiithl facilities. Therefore tht are not handling f.O per cent of what the should handle. Plants are clos lug down for want of shipping facili ties. tlur underlying conditions are K.iocl. but nulilic confidence has been badly shattered. Everything point to a i nduction of busint s and I hi leads lo the fear of hard times. FRANK ROCKEFELLER. C.initaliKt. Krothcr of John D. Rock. feller. Cleveland. Ohio. IIRD TIMES lMltkSSIHLE. DECItAKES MOOHI Hard times aro impossible. There is a tremendous amount of work In the countrv. With prosperous Indus trial conditions, the fanners prosper ous and plenty of money, the predic tions of hard times are contrary to all ln-licittions. JAS. A. MOORE. Capitalist. Seattle. Wash NEWMW REFUSES TO DIS CUSS HARD TIMES I have vour telegram, but cannot s.u- anvtliinir for publication on til matter referred to. W. II. NEWMAN. President N. Y. C-. :"' Many (1th Vanderbilt Railroads, New iork. PROSPE4TS NEVER BRIGHT ER" NICHOLSON our prospects never appeared Inighlei. No apparent let up in sight. I'niilled orders largest i" history. Collections good. SAMUEL M. NICHOLSON. President American Screw Co.. Prov idence. R. 1. PURELY VEGETABLE Foil SALE Five-room house una i lots on Lead avenue, near Secontl street; also i' lots on Tijeras avenue close In, at a bargain. For price and particulars see Geo. H. Moore, 113 West Uailroad avenue. IN OFFICIAL ROSIER OF C. F. 1 1. CO. from gen FOR SALE Underwood typewriter. good as new, cheap; new interna tional Encyclopaedia, new, cheap. W. E. Mllliken. Library building. It. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW, Albuquer que, N. M. Office, First National Hank building. E. W. Robson. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Office. Cromwell block, Albunuerou. N. 21. DENTISTS. DR. J. E. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rooms 2 and 8. Barnett building. over O'Rlelly's drug; store. Prions No. 744. Appointments made bv wmll. Oil 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. 50(5 South Arno. 'Phone 710. LOST. jt ,.st Taken from rear of St. Elmo, Sunday evening, one Sterling wheel. with eoaster brake, painted green several plugs in tires. Information in rearard to same will be reward ed. F. R. Wendell, St. Elmo. NOTICE OF SPECIAL E1J0OT1ON. iiv iuliirltv of the City cxmncii oi the City of Aimiquerquc, i. . Notice is hereby given that an elec tion win he held in the city or aiou mmmiip New Mexico, on saturuoy, ----- - - - .. , . vtmr a nm. lietween tne nours ul o'clock a. m. ana o o ciock v. hi-. of said dav. at the following voting plares: First Ward cny Man. Second Ward Olllce of Chas. Chndwlek & Co.. on Gold avenue. Third Ward Oflice of K. 11. Dun bar, corner of Third street and uoiu avenue. Fourth Ward At office or ueorge 11. Cralc. iustice of the p'-.ace, houm Third street. At which said election the question nf authorizing the issuance of Thirty Thousand (130,000) Dollars of bonds of the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to erect and build a city building, will be submitted to the ou.-illned voters of said city, who are the owners of real or personal prop ortv suhlect to taxation, witnin tne said City of Albuquerque, New .Mex ico. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and causeu to oe ainxeu the seal of the City of Albuquerque, New .Mexico. FRANK M KEE, Mayor. Attest: HARRY F. LEE, City Clerk. (SEAL.) First publication April o io; Trinidad. Colo., April 1 'I'll vancement of Jesse F. Welborn the olllce of vice president and eral manager of the sales and trallle leiiartments of the Colorado I' uel Iron company to the office of presi nt has caused a reorganization In the sales anil tralhc departments, which have been divided. Employes f the company were appointed yes terdiiy to nil the new oinces R. L. Hearon, who for many years lias been assistant iraflic manager has been appointed trallic manager J. Chllberg. who has been general sales agent, has been appointeu man iger of the sales department. C. H. McElnacy and W. E. Kant- ner. who have oren acinic as aumni- ant general sales agents, nave oeeu appointed assistant managers of the sules department. The fact that R. M. Wane ana J. inn T. Keblt-r have died makes the posi tion of president niuoh more strenu ous for Mr. Welborn, who was rely ing on the assistance of those men to help him. A system of civil service prevails in the Colorado Fuel & Iron company, ami it is always followed us closely as possible, so that the vacancies yet ex isting will no doubt be tilled by men now In the employ of the company. We Want MACHINIST CARPENTERS, HELL-HOYS, COOKS, STONE MASONS, IRON HOLDER, HOUSE GIRLS. Wc furnish clerical help a sptM-lally, free to the employer Bookkeepers, Stenographers, Tyitcwrltcrs, Clerks, etc SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, rhone. S07. No. 110 S. Sec. St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. . S. Edmund J. Alger, D. No. 306 Railroad avenue. sffle hours, 9 a. m., to 18:30 . m.: l:is m. to 5 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mail. W. M. SIIERlliAN. M. . Homeopathic Physician and Sorgeoa. ircciuemai Lite Building. Tele phone 888. Albuquerque. N. M. Bit. IL Ii. BUST. Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bid. 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 chonea. DRS. BRONSOX & BRONSON, llomoo)aths. Over Van's Drug .Store. 'Phone Office and residence, 628. BR. J. N. WARNER. V. 8. Vhen your animals are nick vnn need a good veterinary surgeon. Call up the old reliable. Phone No. S42. UNDERTAKER. Auto, phone 31. Colo.. Red 111 A. BORDERS. Comsnerclal Club building. Black or White hearse. Si. ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 4-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque. N. M. Both phones. NOTARY PUBLIC Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders. 117 West Gold avenue. HAIR DRESSER AJTD DIST. CTTIROPO. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer helps the stomaeh-actlon, because the Pabst Perfect Eight-Day Malting Process has practically digested alt food substances in tb beer. PROPOSALS FOR BRICK BUILD 1NG. TANK AND TOWER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT EXTENSION Denartment of the Interior, office of lnrtinii Affairs. Washington, D. C March H3. 1907. SEALED PRO POSALS. Plainly marked on the out side, of the envelope, "Proposals for Ituildinms. etc.. Albuquerque, New Mexico." and addressed to the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, Washing ton. li. C. will be received at the In ilian Oflicrt until two o'clock p. m. of AnHt 30. 1907. for furnishing and de liverlne the necessary materials and labor reouired to construct and com nlete a dormitory and a mess nan both of brick, with plumbing, steam heat and electric light; also a tank and tower and an extension or tno electric lighting system, all In strict accordance with plans, specifications and instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office, the ollk-es of the "Improvement Bulletin, Minneapolis, Minn.; "American Con tractor," Chicago, III : "Citizen." Al buquerque, N. M ; "New Mexican," Santa Fe, N. M. ; "Journal," Kansas City, Mo.; "Globe-Democrat, St. Louis. Mo.; Builders' and Traders' Exchanges, St. Paul, Minn., Minneap olis, Minn., oinaha. Neb.; Northwest ern Manufacturers' Assn., ft. i-aui, Minn., U. S. Warehouses at Chicago. 111.. St. Louis. Mr., oinaha. Nebr.. and New York, N. Y., and at the school. For further information apply to Burton 1!. Custer. Supt., Albuquer que. N. M., C. F. LARRAREE. Acting Commissioner. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors, No. 269 West Railroad avenue. Is pre pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and mani curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tlon of complexion cream builds up the skin and improves ths 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; restorat life to dead hair; removes mole, warts and superfluous hair. Also a face powder, a freckle cure and pim ple cure and pile cure. All of the 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, pain and massage. STANDARD OIL HEAD SEES MORE PROSPERITY "While e have had a serious tils turbance in the security market, I be lieve that present conditions ure bound to right themselves. 1 believe the country Is all right, and that the con fidence of the people generally will be upeedlly restored. The country has rabst Blue Ribbon Beer iathrhivlln-ldv ncrml Irletl ant ' '--J "ft f mellow it agreeswitheyen dyspeptic stomachs and la an active aid to digestion. NOTICE FOR PTT.LICATION. Interior, Land . M , March U6, The hops used glre flavor to the beer and tone to the system. When you order beer, call for Pabst Blue Ribbon, the Beer of Quality. Ernest Meyers & Co., 11611? W. Silver Ave., Albuquerque. I'bone 125. Department of the Office al Santa Fe, N 1907. Notice Is hereby given that George Kiroehima, of iJiguna, N. M., has tiled notice of his intention to make final rtve-year proof in support of hli claim, via.: Homestead entry No. 6843. mad- September 12. 1902, for the N NW t HV U NW Vi and NW ' SW U, section 18, township 7 N. range 4 W, and that said proof will be made before Silvestre Mira Rafael, N. M., on May 0. 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Charles Carr, Lorenzo Romero, Juan Palle, Jose M. Caco, all of Li guna, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Lan I Oflice at Santa Fe. N. M., March 2. 1907. Notice Is hereby given that Antonio Palle. of I-aguna, N. M., has filed no tice of his Intention to make final live year proof in support of his claim. Homestead entry No. 6842. made February 12, 1902, for the S NW V, section 28, township 6 N. range r W, and that said proof will bo made before Silvestre Mirabel, IT. S. Court Commissioner, at San Rafael, N. M., on May 6, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upoa, and cultivation of. the land, viz.: Charles Carr. Lorenzo Romero. Juan Palle. Jn-e M. Caco. all of Lasuna, N. M MANUEL R. OTERO Reg.st.-r. ( liaiiilM-ilaiu's Couch Heniedr Aids Nature. Medicines that aid nature are al ways most effectual. Chamberlain' 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 druCitsts. NOTICE. R. Speelman. of the til in of Speel inan & Zearing. 205 West Gold ave nue, has sold his interest to C. N. Davis and in the future the firm will Reduced R. Ft. Rates To nil points Railroad Tickets bought and sold. Moore's Ticket Oflice, 113 West Railruad avenue. Only member of American Tic ket .irokers" Association In Albu querque, N. M. Correspuudtmce solicited.