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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE TWO. svn i:i w I'm r. ae. im. TUE EVENING CITIZEN Ta4 titty Wetfctv fry IV Citizen Publitbinr Company OFFICIAL PAPER FOR CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE TURNS PALE AS HE GOESJO JAIL Judge Adams Called Down by Chief McMIllin-Blew Smoke fn Rafferty's Face. One man was bound over lo 111 grand Jury, three fined $25 and costs and two dismissed at tho preliminary hearing of the six switchmen who were arrested Tuesday night for hav ing assaulted O. N. RafTerty. in the Southern Saloon on South First street. The hearing was held at the city hall and the decision were made toy Justice of tho Peace McClcllan. A. A. Phillip, the man who struck RafTerty over the head with a billiard cue, wan bound over to the grand jury and committed to the county Jail in default of $300 bond. Frank H. SetUemore. R. J. McFarlane and Frank Moses were fined $2S and costs for disturbing the peace. J. L. Randall and C. F. Davis were dis missed. The hearing began at 2:30 o'clock and the men were sentenced at S o'clock. The evidence of the witness for the prosecution particularly bore out the statement made by James T. Devere, who said that Settlemore strurk Raf- ferty, and that RafTerty struck back: then McFarlane struck the latter, after which Phillips walked behind KarTerty and struck him with a bil liard cue. The blow dazed Hafferty and the next minute he was felled to the floor, where ho was afterward struck on the head by a cuspadore. Then his assailants quit the place. Judge B. F. Adama represented the six defendants and In his talk to the oourt he roasted the city police and the Albuquerque newspapers for the manner In whJch they wrote up the accounts of the assault, but towards the conclusion of hla harangue Chief of Police McMillln politely informed Attorney Adams that what the papers published was the truth. RafTerty, the complaining witness In the case, was placed under $100 bond by the court to have htm appear when the case against Phillips Is called in the district court Settle more was able to pay his fine, and McFarlane and Moses told the court that they could secure the amount of their fines. Judge Adams and the men stated that they would try to . raise the necessary sum to get Phil- " lipn out on bond. As Phillips was about to be led away by Oftlcer W. C. Kennedy to the county jail, he turned pale and with considerable effort forced a weak smile as he bade his pals good-bye. Davis called to him. that he would bring him out a fine supper, and the others shouted similar mesages to Phillips as he started for the street car. After the hearing had been closed McFarlane asked Chief McMillln if he might smoke, which privilege was granted. As ItafTerty walked out of the door McFarlane blow a cloud of smoke at him, and was heard to mutter an Implication. ItafTerty said last night that as soon as he was able he would start to work again. There is more Catarrn in this section ut the country thas all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposea o be incurable. For great ninny years doctors pronounced tt a local disease and prescribed local rem edies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced Incur able. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It is taken internally in doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollars for any case it fails to cure. Bend for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHE.NET & C.. Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Drugrlsts. 7fcc Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa tion. NEW POSTOFFICES AND PENSIONS MILS. AGNES D. CAJMPI1ELL OF LAS VMiAS, WILL RECEI V E tJ.OOO HACK. PENSION. The following pensions have been granted. Ieu Sebario, Chaperlto, 112 per month from October 30, 1906. Mrs. Agnes I. Campbell, of Las Vegua. N. M., pension IS per month and $2 additional per month for her minor child from February 12. 1891. This will bring her nearly $2,000 back pay. Following changes in postofnees in the territory: Coyote, Kio Arriba county, Isidore Frr:in appointed postmaster. Stanley, Hitnta Fe county, Henry C Parr appointed postmaster. This of hce Just established. MJIllgan. Socorro county. Melcor Suva urpolnted postmaster. This of lice Just established. A RICH MAN IN THREE YEARS The following js a letter written The Karth' from Artesia county: 1 moved from Durango, Texas, to the Pecos valley three years ago last December and moved on my present farm the following February. I own 40 acres of water-right land, one mile north of liagerinan, N. M. I was the first mail to pay one hundred dol lars per acre for land in (bis part of (tie Pecos valley. Now mere .s land unjoining mine for which if owner refuses $400 per acre. The party from whom I buught this place gathered ' bushels per acre of corn the year 1 purchased It. Corn sells here at $ 1 . J 5 per hundred. I have raised as much as his myself. 1 sowed some alfalfa, with oats, wi..cli yielded three cuttings. The first with the oats sold for $10 per acre. The ;ivit:i',' iid is four cuttings of al 1'all.i pr: ..ir. or six tons, which sell at from to $10 per ton. Tii rantalope raised here are supe rior lu Hum. raised at Kocky Ford, Colorado, and average about $200 per acre. Watermelons are of excellent flavor and produce ahundmt ly $ 1 F0 to $200 per acre. Msny grow them on unwatered land. TobaIm am a staple crop, easily r"MIt1 and pro duce from $300 to $400 pee acre. tnllr corn, mllo mniise, wee4 pe tntoes nnil sorghum urn also v'"1 crops. Milch cows, rtitckctie, hogs and bees yield mre for tho outlay than In any place 1 know of. W. H. DAHSSOH. Artesia, N. M. The News no pure ttuk cough laws would be needed, If all cough cures were like Dr. Snoop's Coogh Cure Is and has been for 2 years. The national law now require that If any poisons entei Into a congh mix ture. It must be printed on the label or package. For this reason mothers. and others, should Insist on naving Dr. Snoop's Cough Cure. No poison marks on Dr. Shoop's labels and none In the medicine, else It must by law be on the label. And It's not only safe, but It is said to be by those that know it best, a truly remarkable cough remedy. Take no chance, par ticularly with your children. Insist on having Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Com pare carefully the Dr. Shoop package with others and see No poison marks there. You can always be on the safe side by demanding Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. Simply refuse to accept sny other. Sold by all druggist. Telegraphy THE ;KETEsT SOIHMHi OF TE- i.i:;rapiiy in the world AND WHY. Tin- only one enjoying the privilege of a main line train wire of one, of our best railway systems; tho only one being furnished with complete blanks and forma for telegraph sta tion and freight work of two trunk line roads: the nly one being fur nished with the blanks, record books and rate sheets of the- WeMern Union company; the only one with a regular railway train service, operating on an electric miniature railway, passing through the different departments of our school with six regular trains each way per day. These trains are handled through our different sta tions just the same as the trains; on any well regulated railroad; the ad vanced student received regular mes sager from the Cotton Ile.lt railroad train wire. This practically make every operator on the Cotton Itult road an instructor for our students, and by the use of their blanks and our electric ruilway system, our work Is made as practical us it could be in an office. Our students are passing the regular railway examinations, and accepting operators' positions without difficulty. We have never had one to try the examination and fail. The salaries paid to operators are from $50 to $90 per month; for operators and agents combined $71 lo $lf0 per month, and we cannot near supply the demand. Any young person enrolling with us is positively guaranteed that we will qualify them to hold a good po sition with any railroad, and guaran tee the position as soon as they finish our course. It only takes four or five months to complete the course, and the cost for tutltion is $45; $5 for books and material for the entire course; board and lodging from $10 to $12.50 per month. Your first two months earning will pay back the en tire cost of the course. You might look the world over and you could not find a profession or a business in to which you could step with such a positive guarantee of so largo and quick returns and so small an Invest ment. If further information Is desired, write the Tyler Commercial College, Tyler. Texas, asking any questions you like. You will receive a prompt and courteous reply. Almost 200 telegraphy students are now enrolled, and others are entering dally. o Does coffee disagree with you? Probably it does! Then try Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. "Health Cof fee" is a clever combination of parch ed cereals and nuts. Not a grain of real coffee, remember. In Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee, yet its flavor and taste matches closely old Java and Mocha "ofTec. If your stomach, heart, or kidneys can't stand coffee drinking, tiy Health Coffee. It la wholesome, nourishing and satisfying. It's nice even for ths youngest child, Sold by C. .N Urlnsham. 1 o OFFIFE CHIEF QUAKTKRMAH TEK, Denver. Colo.. April 20, 1907. Sealed proposals In triplicate will be received here and at office of the Quartermaster until II a. m., April 30, 1907, for furnishing fuel coiU, re quired during the fiscal year ending June 30, 19U8. at Fort Wingate. New Mexico. information furnished on application here or at office of post quartermaster. Envelopes to be mark ed "Proposnls lor Fuel at Fort Win- ejite." C. A. 11. McCAULEY. I'hlef WuurlcrniaHter. o Dyspepsia Is our national ailment. ilurdock Blood Hitters is the national iuie for it. It strengthens stomach membranes, promotes flow of diges tive Juices, purities the blood, builds you up. bility, yet tins happy result is obtained wherever there's a New Perfec tion Oil Stove in the kitchen. The blue name produced by the NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame 00 Cook-Stove gives quickest and best tesults. The New Perfection is different from any other oil stove. Cuts fuel expense tn two. Made in three sizes. Every stove warranted. If not at your dealer's, write our nearest agency for descriptive circular. and safest all-round house lamp made. Gives a clear steady light. Brass throughout and beauti fully nickeled. Equipped wilb (he latest improved burner. Handsome simple satisfactory. Every lamp warranted. Write our nearest agency if you cannot get it from your dealer. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY ilarorporalcd) mmwmmwmm iimiiw i hii hi i iiiiissMmmwm LIVED Y D II IN STATE OF MAINE Bright Little Woman Tells of Days That Have Now Passed Into History. PIONEERS WORKED HARD BUT WERE HAPPY Still Sewing. Knitting. Chatting and As Young as Most Girls at Sixteen. Norway. Mo.. April 20. In May next, if she lives, Mrs. Hannah Wal ker, of Poland, Me., will oe 105 years old. She Is a cheery little wo man, fond of Hewing, knitting and chatting. "I find there lias been a decided change everywhere sinco I was a girl, she began with a smile, us she allowed her knitting work to drop. "When I was fourteen years of age and was left an orphan I worked for farmer's families at Poland, Mo., do ing general housework for 50 cents a week. I also had to spin and make clothes. I have lived in Maino al ways. "Settlers' early life was hard. It was a struggle for existence. We got most of our fresh meat from the woods, bear and mK)se, and the skins were saved for rugs and mats. There were no roads through the for est, the trees were blazed and some times people would lose their way. There used to bo morn dances in those days than now. Wo did not call them dances, but 'rtcrnper or 'breakdowns. They were held in the kitchens and barns, and some of the dances were four-handed reel and four-up. There was a fiddle for music. "We had large brick ovens, anil about the only food we could cook wns corn cake, which was served with molasses and baked beans. We got our sugar from tho sap of maple trees and partridges, from the woods. We set nets and caught pigeons. I've picked many a bird and used the feathers for beds. "In those days we had great fire places that would take in an eight foot stick. We hud no matches, but used flint and punk. Yes, those were truly pioneer days, but we. had Just us good times as tho people do now, and we were far healthier and more contented." Orotic and Effective. A well known Manitoba editor writes: "As an Inside worker I find Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets Invaluable for the touches of biliousness natural to sedentary life. their action being gentle and effective, clearing the digestive tract and the head." Price, 25 cents. Samples free. All druggists. v I1ILST SITTTNO OK TTlK STATE WATER COMMISSION Seneca Falls, N. Y.. April 20. The state water supply commission is holding an adjourned meeting here today, of the first meeting in this place. It considered the petition of tne local water commission for a cer tificate of public necessity. Two at torneys opposed the granting of a certificate because there is an ex Istingp water supply which would be supplanted and made valueless if a municipal system wns constructed, and that no provision wns made for the damage that would thus b-; caused. Tho board, however, would not dismiss the case, but decided to hear arguments and all the facts In the case. Tho attorneys for tho vil lage argued the matter today for the village, and presented a lot of testi mony which they had gathered in the time they had gained by the adjourn ment that they had asked. For catarrh, let me send you free. Just to prove merit, a trial size box of Dr. Shoop's Cough Remedy. It is a snow white, creamy, healing anti septic balm that gives Instant relief to catarrh of the nose and throat. Make the free test and see. Address Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. Large Jars 50 cents. Sold by all druggists. The li.ildwin Refrigerators at Fu t relic's. Nothing better made. Sat isfaction guaranteed. "I have been somewhat costive but I Hum's Itegulets gave Just the results desired. They act mildly and regulate the bowels perfectly." Ueorge 11. Krause, 306 Walnut Ave., Altoona, Pa. Kitchen Comfort The combination of hot meals and a cool kitchen has always seemed an impossi .a can eJ in any room ana is tne best ED PAN TO SCARE Husband Thought Another Man Had Stolen His Happy Home. DRAMATIC START BUT ENDED IN A FARCE "Hubby Will Now Forsake the Club to Sit Beside His Own Hearthsldc. Middletown. N. V.. April 1:0. "Dearest,' murmured the young hus band, clasping his wlfo in close em brace, "I shall stay away from the club, I swear it. I shall remain at home and protect you.' Although newly married, the young husband has ruther neglected his bride for the club. He was there lust night until very late. Hut he is not there tonight. Kor the startling events here related and his soul sickening suspicions arc still very fresh in his mind. At home his wife was reading the newspapers and, as It chanced, about the hour that graveyards yawn, she rtad a vivid account of a murder. She became very nervous started at the slightest noise; was convinced that a burglar was ut the shuter, then that he was pacing to and fro before tho house. "He must not know I am alone," she said to herself. "I must make blm believe there is a man in the house." Her Ruse Too Effective. Trembling she quickly put on a suit of her husband's clothes and a hat of his. Although her heart was fluttering she opened the front door and displayed for a moment what she fondly believed was a masculine fig ure to the lurking burglar. As she turned to go In her husband, re turning from the club in the dark ness, suw the hat, the coat, and worst of all, the trousers, then saw the man invade his dove-cote. Half mad with sudden Jealousy he rush ed to tho door and hurled himself against it Just as his wlfo within lock ed it. She shrieked In terror: the mur derous burglar was trying to gain entrance by force. "Open the door, scotfndrel!" hoarsely cried the husband. "Open tho door that I may kill you!" "(lo 'way! Go 'way!" shrieked she, forgetting all about the trousers she wore, about her assumed manhood. "Go 'way! I've telephoned for the police for my husband. , He will kill you!" "Let me see my wife no, I will not call you wife. . You nnd your let me In I tell you!" yelled the hus band, and with the force of ten men he threw himself ugalnst the door. The lock snapped, the door flew open, the wife fainted. He stumbled over her, hut, a true man, he would take no advantage of a fallen foe. He touched a button and Hooded tht hall with light. "Mary!" "Oh, .lohn!" "Mary!" he shouted, raising her. "oh, John," she said when she re vived. "I thuught you were a burg lar." "And I thought but never mind what I thought," he said, and prom ised to stay home o' nights. Her name Is not Mary, nor his John. They are a most popular young married couple, so their sensi tive feelings are jspured; their mimes are withheld. BASE BALL where THEY TI.AY TODY. NaJional U'liffiie. riiiladelphla at Ilrooklyn. Cincinnati at St. Louis Chicago at I'lttsburg. New York at Huston. American Iamikik. St. liuis at Chicago. Detroit a I Cleveland. Washington at Philadelphia. Huston at New Yolk. standing or TIIK CM IIS. National liCuguc. Won I. Pel ChiiMKo . . . . New York Cincinnati . . Philadelphia Huston ... SI. Louis . . . I'lttsburg Itrooklyo 750 66 Kill) GOO r.oo :.s L'OO iiicrii-un licugiie. Won. I.o iv t Chicago . . . . New York Cleveland Hoston Philadelphia I letroit Washington Til .000 ii'0 :.oo .ioo TiOO .400 167 t si Louis . . 1 Wwt4'rn Ijcmuuc, Won. Lost Pet. 1. 000 1.000 l.ooo 000 000 .out Denver . . Lincoln . . . Sioux City Pueblo . . . Omaha . . Des Moines 0 IXTKRDAY'S GAMKS. .National liCagne. At Hoston K II i:. Hoston 1 4 0 New York 4 2 1 Hutterieh Doruer and Drown; Ames and Howernian At St. Louis K. H. B. St. Louis 4 10 2 Cincinnati 1 5 3 Hatterles Hebee and Marshall; Ks sich and McLean. At Pittsburg Plttsburg-Chicago game postponed; snow. At If. ........ ll..ul.tn.Vti. V.,rk .-tft. ernoou game postponed; wet grounds. At New York Philadelphla-Hrook-lyn games postponed; wet grounds. American la-ague. Al Chicago It H K. Chicago I .1 St. Louis o 1 0 Hatterles- Walsh aail Sullivan, Ja cobsen and Huelow. At Cleveland - H K. Detroit 1 7 3 Cleveland 4 6 0 Hatterles Llebhardt and liernls; Siever and Schmidt. At Philadelphia Philadelphia Washington game postponed; rain. At New York Hoslou-Ne York game postponed; snow. Western Leutfue. At Lincoln- H. H. K. Lincoln 3 4 1 BURGLAR BATH SUPPLIES and Toilet Accessories Ilatli Hrn-dir. sotip. Nail IlruslicM, Manicure ScImnoi-s, Vrn I'Ustors, Com Files, Shampoo Crenin", Itair Tonics. Talcum Fowdrrs, Tnllct Water. Kto, Vc. Let us Supply You "o The HIGHLAND PHARMACY Occidental Ufo Building, Cor. llollroal Ave. and Broadway. Pueblo 1 S 1 Hatterles Jones and Xiuran; Natch and Smith. At Des Moines It. H. K. Des Moines 2 6 2 Denver 6 6 3 Hatterles Nelson, Clark, Sessions and Yeager; Kngle and McDonough. At Sioux City It. H. K. Sioux City 3 7 - Omaha 1 9 3 Hatterles Stlmmel and Sheehan; McXeeley und Gondlng. American AuxM-utlloit. At Louisville Louisville, 4; Kansas City, 4 ten innings. At Columbus Columbus, 5; Mil waukee, 8. At Toledo Toledo. 0: St. Paul, 'J. At Indianapolis Indianapolis. Minneapolis, 1. THE CITIZEN'S DAILY BASE BALL STORY When it comes to frisking the horsehlde clear off fSe ball, several big leagurers have little Wlllia Heel er left at the post, but for downright science the art of getting to first Willie can give them nil points. Since 1893 this New York Ameri can star has batted over .300. He rarely strikes out. Lost year the eason was half gone before he miss sd the fatal three. Much of his success Is due to his lbllity to bunt. He Is undoubtedly he bunt king. Keeler not only can bat, but he can tell how he does it. "Don't be chicken hearted," he wy. "Remember the pitcher is as icared of you us you are of him. Don't try to knock the stuffln" out of he ball. Hold your bat firmly. Meet '.he ball und kind of push it where k'ou want It to go. "In bunting I always nlm to have '.he ball hit within nn eighth of un nch of my fingers. My theory is that if I were standing there to make a inehan-d catch of what the pitcher A'us going lo send over, i at least set it In my mitt. "Therefore I grab the outside end of the bat with the hand I would ithcrwise catch the ball with, and try to have the ball connect with my bat lame Us it would fall into my hand. Heeler's views uro realistically hown in the accompanying picture. You can see the ball Is about to strike the bat close to his fingers. It looks as if he was going to get some smash ed fingers, but he says he has never yet had his hand hit. SPOKTIXG NOTKS. In the pre-season games tin. Na tional won 13 games to eight for the American teams. Archie Hahn has retired from t he running business and will coach the I Diversity of Oregon track team. Anil It turns out that they did bet at those bet less matinee races at Memphis. The grand jury found it out. and indictments followed. Harvard and Yale have signed to play their annual game of foot ball November 1'3. This kills the rumor they were to sever uthli tic relations. The championship trophy at 18.1 billiards is not treasured very highly by Jake Siiiat fer. He says he w ill not defend it if challenged as there Is no money in match names any more . John O'Connor, pitching recruit with the Philadelphia Athletics, is suffering from congestion of the brain. In an attempt to bunt the ball was fouled anil bit liini In tin head. Doing IltiKliiesM Again. "When my friends thought I was ibout to take leave of this world, on account of indigestion, nervousness and general debility," writes A. A. Chisholm, Treadwell, N. Y., and when it looked as if there was no hope left, I was persuaded to try Klectrlc Hitters, and I rejoice to say that they are curing me. I am now doing busi ness ugaln as of old, and am still gaining dully." Uest tonic medicine on earth. Ouaranteed by all drug gists. 00c, MU ISIANA STATE HOME STEAD LEAtit'K MEETING. Haton Rouge, La.. April 20. The meeting of the Louisiana Homestead league is in progress in this city, and will also hold on tomorrow. One hundred and twenty-live delegates are here, coming from ull sections of the Ntate, and representing large com mercial interests. Raton Rouge se cured this convention ut the Iake Charles meeting last year uuly ufter an interesting tight, and the delegates are sure of Ix-ing entertained in u very handsome manner. A number of bankers who have been uttending the Hankers' convention at Slireve port. have come over in u body to enjoy the Homestead convention, ninny of them being memners also of Hie Homestead organization. El III Ji A I Yes, 1 IfiMe I'ouud it ut l-U-st Found what? Why that Chamber lain's Salve cures eczema- und all manner of Itching of the fckln. I have been afflicted for many years with skin 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. Hitler John T. Ongley, Rootville, Pa. Fur sale by all druggists. Ill ItlCMII For Mr. Luvelle's ball, next Satur day. Dancing and refreshments free. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED. WANTHD Woman at S0j lioma avenue. W A NT Kll (.lentlemanly hell boys ut the Alvarndo. WANTED iadles wanting stylish millinery and dressmaking, call on Miss Crane, 612 North Second street. Prices low. Also appren tices wanted. 'Phone 44. WANTED Gentleman's second hand clothing. No. 615 South First street, south of viaduct. Send ad dress and wlU call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor. TR A V Kl.l NO H AliKSM AN WAYTKIJ WANTKD Traveling salesman, o7S established specialty paint house can use nn A 1 traveling salesman In New Mexico. Salary and ex penses. Must be able to refer to former employers. In order to avoid delny give references when apply ing. The Eclipse Paint & iuJg. Co., Cleveland, Ohio. AGENTS WANTED. WANTKD Agents, men and women to sell our $5 shirt waists for $1.50. Ijirge commissions. Samples and full particulars free. K. E. Stokes, 501 State Street, Chicago. SALESMEN WANTED, WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line; 'high commissions with $100 month ly advance. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co.. De troit. Michigan. lull ItKN'l. Foil RENT Nicely furnished rooms at the Uranado hotel, 114 Vi North First street; FOR RENT Pleasant, well-furnish ed rooms, near business center; rates 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. 619 West Railroad avenue. E. P. Gol den FOR RENT 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, 524 South Second. A. T. Devore, Proprietor. I-'OK .SALP. FOR SALE First-clous saddle horse. See H. H. "Wllhite. Alvarndo hotel. FOR SALE A good 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. Foil SALE I'nderwood typewriter, good as new, cheap; new interna tional Encyclopaedia, new, cheap. W. E. Mllllken. Library building. Foil SALE Five-room house and 2 lots on Lead avenue, near Second street; also 2 lots on Tljoras avenue close In, at a bargain. For price and particulars Bee Oeo. H. Moore, 113 West Railroad avenue. 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. 506 South Arno. 'Phone 710. LOST. LOST Taken from rear of St. Elmo, Sunday evening, one Sterling wheel with coaster brake, painted green; several plugs in tires. Information in regard to same will be reward ed. F. R. Wendell, St. Elmo. NOTICE OF SPECL1L ELECTION. By Authority of tho Cily Council of the City of Albuquerque, N. M. Notice Is hereby given that an elec tion will be held in the city of Albu querque, New Mexico, on Saturday, May 4, 1907, between the hours of 9 o'clock a. ni. and 6 o'clock p. m., of said day, at the following voting places: First Ward City Hall. Second Ward Office of Chas. Chadwick & Co., on Gold avenue. Third Ward Office of E. H. Dun bar, corner of Third street and Gold avenue. Fourth Ward At office of George R. Craig, justice of the p-ace, South Third street. At which said election the question of authorizing the issuance of Thirty Thousand ($30,000) Dollars of bonds of the said City of Albuquerque, New Mexico, to erect and build a. city building, will be submitted to the qualified voters of said city, who are the owners of reaj or personal prop erty, subject to taxation, within the said City of Albuquerque. New Mex ico. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the seal of the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico. FRANK Mi'KEE, Mayor. Attest: HARRY F. LEE. City Clerk. (SEAL.) First publication April 3, 1307. o PROPOSALS FOR BRICK UU1LD INO, TANK AND TOWER AND ELECTRIC LIGHT EXTENSION. Department of the Interior, office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D. C, March 23, 1907. SEALED PRO POSALS, plainly marked on the out side of the envelope, ''Proposals for Hulldings, etc., Albuquerque, New Mexico," and addressed to the Com missioner of Indian Affairs, Washing ton. D. C, will be received at the In dian Ofllco until two o'clock p. m. oi April 30, 1907, for furnishing and de livering the necessary materials and labor required to construct and com plete u dormitory and a mess nan. both of brick, with plumbing, Htcam heat und electric light: also a tank and tower and an extension of thj electric lighting nystem, all in strict accordance with pluns, specification and instructions to bidders, which may be examined at this office, the offices of the "Improvement Bulletin," Minneapolis, Minn.; "American Con tractor," Chicago, III.; "Citiaen." Al buquerque, N. M.; "New Mexican," Santa Fe, N. M.; "Journal," Kansas City, Mo.; "Globe-Democrat,' St. iAiuis, Mo.; Hulldcrs- onu Trauere Exchange. St. Paul. Minn., Minneap olis, Minn., Omaha, Neb.; Northwest ern .Manufacturers asso., si. raui, Minn., V. S. Warehouses at Chicago, 111., St. Louis, Mr , omuha, Nebr., and New York, N. A'., and at the school. For further information apply to Hurton li. Custer, Supt., Albuquer que. N. M.. C. F. LARRAHKE. Acting Commissioner. ximno ixjit "publication. Department of the Interior, Iiiid Office at Santa Fe, N. M., March 26. 1907. Notice is hereby given that George Kirochima, of Laguna, N. M., has filed notice of his intention to make final five-year proof in support Of hlJ claim, via.: Homejjtead entry No. 6x43. made September 12. 1902, for the N NW SW i NW 4 and NW U SW U. section 18, township 7 N, range 4 W. and that said proof will be made before silvestre Mtra Rafael, N. M . on May 6, 1907. He names the following witnesses o prove liis continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Charles Carr, Lorenxo Romero, Juun Palle, Jo Be M. Caco, all of La guna. N. M. MANUEL K. OTERO, PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organ i Horses, Wagons and other Chattels also on 8ALARIE3 AND WAR HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as $1 and as high as $200. Loans ar quickly made and strictly prlvatt Time: One month to one year giver 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 Bids. j $16 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. ' i Open Evenings. H "J We Want MACHINIST CARPENTERS, HELL-HOYS. COOKS. 2 STONE MASONS, 1 IRON HOLDER, 5 HOUSE OIRLS, We furnish clerical lieljt a "IHTlnlly, free to the employer Itookkecpcrs, Stenographer. Typewriters, clerks, etc SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY MENT AGENCY, Phone. 807. No. 110 & Sec. St. PROFESSIONAL CARDS LAWYERS. Ira M. Bond. ATTORNEY AT LAW it F at N. W Washington, D. C Pensions, land patents, copyrights, caveats, letter patents, trade marks, claims. It. W. D. Bryan. ATTORNEY AT LAW. Alhnnn.r. que, N. M. Office, First National Bank building. E. W. Dobeon. ATTORNEY AT T.AW rmu Cromwell block, Albuquerque, N. Jl! DENTISTS. DR. J. B. KRAFT, Dental Surgeon. Rnnmi 9 an i, w. -,. - " ue uuuaiDSf, Over O'RIntlv'a . n, ' ' " . " eivicr. ravDI No. 744. Appointments made by mall. fedniund J. Alger, D. D. S. No. SOS nallrnaH ........... sta- hours, a. m., to 12:30 p. m.; i:tt p. m. to 6 p. m. Both phones. Ap pointments made by mall. W. M. SIIERinAW. f t"" " Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon. Occidental Life Building. Tel.. phone 886. Albuquerque. N. M. DR. R 1 HITS."! Office, 6-8, N. T. Armljo Bldg. Tuberculosis treated with High Frequency Electrical Current aid Germicide. Treatments ffi ven Melt day from 8 a. m. to 4 p. m. Trained nurse in attendance. Both phone. DRS. BIJONSO.N & BKONSON. Homeopaths. Over Van's Drug Store. Phone Ollioe and residence, 628. DIt. J. N. VARNEitV.a. When your animals are aieir inn need a good veterinary surgeon. Ca up me oia reliable. Phone No. 642. UNDERTAKER. Auto, phone 316. Colo., Red 111 A. BORDERS. Commercial Club building. Rises or White hearse, $6. ARCHITECTS F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar nett building, Albuquerque, N. M. Both phones. NOTARY PUBLIC. Thos. K. D. Maddlson. Office with W. B. Chllders, 111 West Gold avenue. HAIK DRESSEIt AXD CHJUOPO. DIST. Mrs. Hambint, at her parlors, No. 209 West Railroad avenue. Is pre pared to give thorough sculp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and mani curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tion of complexion cream builds us the skin 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 pim ple cure and pile cure. All of these preparations are purely vegetable compounds. Have just added vi brator machine for treatment of scalp, face and cure of wrinkles, it is also used for rheumatism, pals and massage. NOTICE FOR ITRMCA1U. Department of the Interior. Lan-I Office at Santa Fe. N. M , March 2C. 1907. Notice Is hereby given thai Antonio Palle, of I-atfuna, N. M., has tiled no tice of his Intention to make final five year proof In support of hU claim, viz.: Homotitead entry No. 6S4J. mude February 12, 1902. for the s Vj JNW Vi section 28, towruhlo 6 N. range 5 W, and that said proof will be made before Silvestre Mirabel. V. S. Court Commissioner, at San ICafa-l, :v .m . on May 6, 1907. He named the following witnesses to prove continuous residence uuon. and cultivation of. the land, vlt: Charles Curr. Lorenico Romero, Juan I'alle. Jose M. Cacu, all of I-ugiina, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO Register. -o CliaiiilM'iiuiit' Coogh Itruiedv Aids Nature. Medicines that aid nature are al ways most effectual. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy acts on this pi.in. It allays tho cough, relieves the lungs, aids expectoration, opeus the secre tions, and aids nature in restoring the system to u healthy condition. Thou sands have testified to its superior excellence. For sale by ull druggjats. Reduced R. it. Rates To ail points Railroad Tickets bought and sold. Moore's Ticket i Office, 113 West Railroad avenue. Only member of Amerlcao Tic ket .Hrokers' Association In Albu querque, N. M. Correspondence solicited.