SAIliltnW. M'ltll. 20. 07.
ALBUQCEUQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
AvrrtcktM, IKK, hj Banter f. Oh
We are em-lualve ngent
A pantry, clipboard and
It saves work and ftlves
you more time for other
things. A large a."ort
ment of styles and fln
hrm Just received. See
window d'splay. Includ
ing a handsome Super
lor Range. The range
that will stand more
fire than any range on
the market. Prices and
terms to suit everybody.
W.V. FrutrelleFHrnitara Co
Cir. Cial and Second
I'umwrr tmln No. 8 was double-
hrmlwl to 1-iiH Vi Ka.x lust ntKht.
KtI llion, ofllclnl photographer
for Fred Harvey, and his wife, left
art algfet for Grand Canyon.
. d. Gibnon, superintendent of the
Albnauerque division of the coast
iinon, wKh huiUurtf'r nt VVInsiow,
rrlvoa here lust nlnht.
'nMS earth," the Sunta Fe's chief
udvorUinc medium, which came yes
tenduy, oontalns a fruntplece scene
oa the Iecos river and a lengthy ar
ticle dealing with the fertility and
reecimwa of the Pet-on vulli-y.
AT SANTA FE KKAIMNU
Mm. Carrie Jacobs-Bond and Geo.
O'Coaweit, who will entertain at the
saata le reading rooms toniRnt, ar
rive la the city this morning.
KemralnK Mrs. Jacobs-Bond, S. K.
Burner, of the Santa Fe reading
rousw, makes the following an-
"I sed only print the name Carrls
J acute-Bond on this circular to gain
your attention and Interest. To hear
er, nect her, and look into her faco
is an Inspiration. She writes the
aoavaw of our homos, and of the
swoeUs-, kindlier life, and she sings
iten la the spirit of home love, and
coastry love, and all love.
We also think of her as our na
tional Htory teller. Kvery mother,
wife vmA daughter will bo delighted
to anert her, and every man and son
will Ret a glimpse of something
brighter and better by hearing her.
"The object in sending out this bill
is that no employe and family may
miss hr. Jean de Keszke. with whom
Miss Darkness studied (she Is now on
the Ud), says of Mrs. ltond: '1 was
wrfectlj charmed to hear her com-
potatlona sung by herself, and It has
sldon been given me to hear mo
poet, composer and Interpreter all in
one.' Don't miss Mrs. Bond. 1 wish
yow to know her work, her motives,
and her heart."
MKXRlAN FINDS HIS
LOST MOXKY t)lll)lil.
Ottawa, April 20. A Mexican dug
up a money order for some $90 from
the Krvmny recesses of his pocket at
the BOHtofflee yesterday. Whether
to bo happy or mad, was so much a
uerttlon with him that those who
witnessed his expression say It was
ii irht worth paying something to
see. The discovery of the paper
solved a mystery of long standing.
The Mexican bought a money order
for a brg sum, to be sent to his peo
ple in Mexico. The purchase oc
curred some months ago. Since then
there have been many visits to the
oilier, and much butchered Kngllsh,
on the subject of the lost order.
Tracers have been sent out. division
Mtliclals of the postal department
have been worried to distraction, and
still there was no tract! of the order.
Yesterday was another psiy day for
ihe Mexicans, and the man who lost
the order caine in to tin- postotlice to
register another kick. He did it
forcefully, for all his handicap of
language. Finally it occurred to the
ostoflicw people to demand the re
ceipt, which is issued with every or
der. The Mexican reached into his
pocket and triumphantly produced a
paper, it was the original order,
which had never been mailed. Just
what the Mexican said is not known,
in HmKlish. uud probably couldn't lie
printed If It were known.
TEACHER AGED 71
STARTS BOTH TERM
teachers certificate without taking
"I began teaching In the days when
teaching was the only profession a
woman won allowed to enter with
the consent of her relatives. I was
aware of two alternatives left for a
schoolma'am. 1 chose to remain a
bachelor girl. 1 don't allow any one
to call me an 'old maid.' 1 have
never had a love, affair. I am not a
man hater. I think them very nec
essary at times, but I regard them
In the light of a luxury. 1 never
Just exactly felt that 1 coulu afford
to support myself and one too."
ENDS DIVORCE CASE
WOMAN E.EKrXTEn UHCOMILM.
TION WITH llt'SHAND KATH
131 THAN liOSK H Kit
II A 11 Y.
IMKM' INsTlMTOIt IN TDK
VtltM W HO IS M l I.I, ACTIV1'.
KKKIS I P WITH
iouriiey. la., April i'D. Miss
Naficy Frey, of Sigourney, who Is
seventy-one opened her eightieth
lenn of school a few days ago.
"I enjoy teaching now as much as
1 ever have, and I've always been
very fond of it." she said. "I am
very fond of children and have
never had any difficulty in governing
them. I have not found it hard to
keep voce with the modern methods,
iiH I attend all teachers' meetings held
in tbo county; also the teachers nor
mals. When our new superintendent,
a youag man who thought he would
find me a back number,- visited my
school he spoke In very complimen
tary tfrma of my methods, assuring
me, that as long as he occupied his
riit office I would be granted a
sriiKMnn to i sk.
This is the month to rid the
system of blood disorders of all
kinds, of which rheumatism is
the most prevalent symptom
and hardest to overcome dur
ing the winter months, when
the kidneys have failed to filter
out the uric acid and other
A well known authority
writes that the worst forms of
rheumatism, blood disorders,
.ttao kidney and bladder weak
ness are often readily relieved
and prevented during an entire
year by taking for a little
while one teasponful of the
following mixture after meals
arid at bedtime, viz:
Fluid Extract Dandelion oil"
half ounce. Compound Kargon
one counie. Compound Syrup
Sarnapurllla three ounces.
A local druggist states that
these are harmless ingredi
ents, which any good prescrip
tion pharmacy can supply uml
irijone can easily mix them a'
home by shaking In a bottle.
It is said by many of the old
folks that the ubove mixture,
if taken during this month,
will add years to life and pre
vent many a sick and miserable
fcy during the year.
Cleveland. )., April 20. Kather
than lose her baby girl, Mrs. George
Madison has effected a reconciliation
with her husband. Lont summer
Mrs. Madison created a sensation In
the court by declaring she would kill
herself if she were not awarded pos
session of her baby daughter. An ar
rangement was made giving tho son
to the father, the girl to the mother.
Hut the home surroundings of the
mother were not satisfactory to the
juvellne court, and, complaint being
made, the woman was ordered into
court to show cause why the little
girl should not be taken from her.
The father also was summoned,
with a view to turning the daughter
over to him. Almost in hysterics,
Mrs. Madison protested against be
ing deprived of her child, and re
pealed her threats of self-destruction.
When tho daughter was asked
which parent she liked best, she
clung to her mother. The lather's
heart melted, and with a sob he de
clared he was willing tho wife should
have both her children if she came
back to his home. The mother ac
cepted the offer, and the reunited
family left the court room together.
IN MUTUAL LIFE
Antls Cry Fraud as Usual.
Organization to be Per
fected April 23.
New York. April In. The 'Ad
ministration ticket" of the Mutual
Life Insurance company has been of
ficially declared elected by the inspec
tors of election appointed for the
purpose of counting the vote.
The new board will meet April 23
for organization. The thirty-six trus
tees elected are: Cyrus Curtis. Wil
liam H. Ir.imbert, Charles c. Drown,
Oeorgo P, Miller, Hugo Ruing".
George C. Rand, l.ouis Stern, Henry
I'hipps, l,eroy Springs, Sir Hiram H.
Maxim, Charles A. I'eahndy, H. It.
Duval. Thomas M. Mulley, Kmery Mc
Clmtock. Kmll C. Phllippi. (Seorge
(Irny, Benjamin F. Tracey, Henry W.
Taft. William C. McMillan, inimont
Clarke, Charles Lancer. Charles N.
Dickey, Theodore Norfold. James N.
Jurvls, Cornelius Vanderbllt, Julian T.
Davies, August 1. Julliard. Frederick
Cromwell, Alfred K. Shook, John Au
ch In loss, (leorge F. linker. Hnrlow K.
Higginbotham, Hamilton MeK.Twom
Mey. Samuel Vntermeyer, counsel for the
International Policyholders' commit
tee, In a statement tonight, cnlled the
canvass a farce. He said:
"I nm surprised that the inspectors
counted any of the ballots of the poli
cyholders' committee. They might as
well have thrown all of them out as
to do what they did. They rejected
genuine ballots for our ticket that
were supported by affidavits of the
policyholders und counted ballots for
the administration that were shown
by affidavit to be forgeries.
Tho International committee will
continue this fight. We are hoping
that upon presentation of the facts to
the legislature many of the abuses
ill be rendered lmjiosslble.
Car Load of up To date fdrniture
due to arrive this week at Futrelle's.
"Preventics" will promptly check a
cold or the Grippe when taken early
or at the "sneexe stage." Preventics
cure seated colds as well. Preventics
are little candy cold cure tablets, and
Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis., will gladly
mall you samples and a book on
colds free. If you will write him. The
simples prove their merit. Check
early colds with Preventics and stop
pneumonia. Sold in 5c and 25c box- I
es by all druggists.
- - - .
IV SEW VOKK T1TV.
New York, April 20. The wed
ding of Miss Fleanor Sedley, eldest
daughter of Mrs. Henry W. Sedley,
and Theodore Greppo of this city,
will take place today at the
Church of the Henvenry Itest. The
llev. I). Parker Morgan will officiate.
Miss Sedley has for the past live
years spent most of her time abroad.
She has been the guest of the Count
ess Torbay in Knglnnd and at Cannes,
and of Mrs. Thomas linger Pratt at
Dinard. Mr. Greppo is connected
with Sellgmnn & Co., the bunkers.
XOTIVK TO HOKSE OW XEKS.
Trie Albuuuoniue Carrtairo C'oin-
liany, first and TIJcrns, lias secured
Hie services of u first-class horsed iocr,
and (ruarnntecs all work, or no pay.
iorrt tan to attend the M. K. tea
tomorrow afternoon or evening.
ITAVK YOl'K rilOTO TAKKN
NOW. STAMP IMCTUKKK 25 CKNTS
PKIt DOZEN AND VV. KODAK FIN
ISHING A SPECIALTY. PHOTO PIL
M)W OVKKM ON JAPANESE SILK.
Ont WOKR IS OUR GUARANTEE.
STARR STUDIO. 21 WEST GOLD
Itlttcn by a Spider.
Through blood poisoning caused by
a spider bite, John Washington, of
riosquevllle, Tex., would have lost his
leg, which became a mass of running
sores, had he not been persuaded to
try Bucklin's Arnica Salve. He writes:
"The first application relieved, and
four boxes healed nil the fcorejn,'"
Heals every sore. 26c at all drug
CONVENTION OF ALABAMA.
Mobile, Ala., April 20. The ,.la
hama association of the Young Peo
ple's societies of Christian Kndeavor,
met today In annual convention in
the Government Street Presbyterian
church. In this city. The convention
will continue its sessions through the
21st. This is the first time the un
ion has ever met In this city, and the
entertainment committee is making
extraordinary efforts to make the
members feel at home. The whole
state is represented, anil there is a
great crowd. The delegates are en
joying themselves hugely, and tho
citizens are also greatly entertained;
not only by the public exercises but
by their visitors in privnte relations.
Every woman covets a
shapely, pretty f gure, and
many of them deplore the
loss of their girlish forms
after marriage. The bearing
of children is often destructive
to the mother's shapeliness.
All of this can be avoided.
however, by the use of Mother's Friend before baby comes, as this
great liniment always prepares the body for tho strain upon it, and
preserves the symmetry of her form. Mother's Friend overcomes all tho
danger of child-birth, and carries the expectant mother safely through
this critical period without pain. It is woman's yrealest blessing.
Thousands gratefully tell of the benefit and relief derived from the
use of this wonderful
remedy. Sold by all
druggists at fi.oo per
bottle. Our little
book, telling all about
this liniment, will be
Itemah trouble li but ft nymMom of. ml not
In itwll a true llw. We tlili k ()f lt-j.t,i.
Heartburn, and Imlifitlon r tlw,ji, yri
they i irmi'tom only ol ft certnin fp-'-cillc
Kerv all-turns nothing el.
It u Una ffti-t that liret rorwtW lmi Tr. Ahnofi
In th enwtion of that now Trr popular Stomach
Remedy Dr. 8noop'i Ritnrat i rr. (,olnf direct
to ths totna'h nn, alone lreu tit that incn-ti
and favor to Hr. Shoop ami hit K-tiiative. With
out that original and highly tttal principle, no
gwh laMlngaivoinplithnviitii wer over to he had
For atoinat h distress, bloating. blUonstii-w. bad
ferealh and fallow complrxlnu, try Dr. shoop'i
RertoratiTe Tuliletscr Llouid anil i for your
mil what it ran and will do. Mil and cheer
H. E. Rogers Will Deliver
Principal Address -Elaborate
The anniversary of the fniindiiiK "f
the American branch of odd) Kellows
will be celebrate the evening of
April 26, by Odd FVllow lodges in
every state and territory flying tho
American llur, and Albuquerque will
not be lucking, for the bcal Odd Fel
lows have already prepared a fine
program for that night at their hnll
Tho program is as follows:
Address ...II. E. Uogers
-Song Mrs. Collins
Address Georgo W. Kloeh
I'lano Solo r Mrs. Nash
Recitation Mrs. Howers
Harp Solo Mrs. Kly Wolf
Song Mrs. Collins
Piano Sol K. 5. Conroy
Harp Solo Mrs. Wolf
VAIJ.K 1)1.1. X AI'KSTA
So NoocNHitnii 1,000 Oprrnrlos Ini
u iKwaiJo y Cultlvo.
Velnticlnco mil p.cres transplnnt.idoa
para In eompunla "American Uect
Sugar Company" por los cultlvadores
que mornn eerca de Pueblo, Powler,
Manziinola. Kocky Ford, I.us Animus,
I'rowers, Iimar y Amity. So necesl
tarun varios miles de hombres y mu
chachos para el trabajo en los rum
pos do betabeles. Ios cultlvadores
pagaran 15 centavon la hora por el
trubajo dlurlo; pern los contratos por
acre para el desaije, el cultivo y la
cosocha es mas preferible y mas cen
tajoso para el opcrarlo. El trabajo
empiezura probalemente temprano en
el me de mayo. Ios operarios se pro
curaran su proplo allmento y hospe
dajo. Indivlduos o famillas llegnndo
al Vallo del Napest.i como a mediudos
de mayo, encontraran lmstante trnba
Jo remunerative l'ura mas lnforma
cion escribanse a "American Ueet
Sugar Company, Horky Ford, Colo., o
Laniar, Colo. .
AMEK1CAN BEET Kl'OAlt COMPA
NY, KOCKY FOKI), niU).
AMERICAN 1IEET SIKJAK COMPA
NY, liAMAlt, COLO.
Just a Word
Mr. Clothes Buyer!
Il.ie you piiri Inii.'d your niimnu r suit .
If not. Is- fair with yourself till time nml .! i ar
fully h:it we huv- lo say.
It's money saved if ynu do.
You ulll need a summer suit lure's yiiiii- .ham.
A iimiplete line of garments that fur style, nobby
patterns, fit. workmanship nnd wearing qunrit'ea are
miexeelled ; nm liuf ured by
IMON MAIK I.Oi MINi;.
An MpiMirtunity to get sucli rxi rptlonal v.ilu, , Idoin
romes during the season.
Come and see what we offer try on thse gurmeDt.?.
ia.o to $2.i.oo.
We've a complete line of up-to-date furnUhlngs.
The "little things" that ull good dressers want "just
You'll find them here "Just right" priced "Just
M. MAN DELL
Fine Clothing & Furnishing
Pneiimonlu's Deadly Work
hud so variously affected my right
lung," writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of
Rural Route 1, Georgetown, Tenn.,
"that I coughed continuously night
and day and the nelghobrs' 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 fail, you may still
win in the battle against lung and
throat troubles with New Discovery,
the real cure. Guaranteed by all
druggists. &0c and $1.00. Trial bot
Tlio Trice of IlealUi.
"The price of health In a malarious
district Is just 25 cents; the cost of
box of Dr. Klng'a New Life Fills,"
writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark.
New IJfe Pills cleanse gently and Im
part new life and vigor to the sys
tem. 2Gc. Satisfaction guaranteed at
Is offered for the capture of Aav
Umo Pettlne, the murderer ( Bene
detto Berardlnellt. Crime waa com
mitted In Albuquerque Monday, Fete
C. A. ana C. GRANDB.
f hi lbtn.
M M guntM U
afcW www M HTIMH.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND
Horse and Mules Bought and Es-
MEN AND WOMEN. I best tournouts in the cm
Second Street, between Railroad and
I mm Hi. 41 tor nlilanl
IrrllaUoaa or aloaraUooa
of a.coil laambran.,
PaiataM, an4 aot aatna.
fat or aoiKiaooa.
BaM hjr late,
or Bent im alala wravpar,
hj aiprma. vrapald, tor
I .00. iir I hoMIra U.75.
Circular aaat oa nnorat.
im wvFTmima u vioaia Enow
TIM new TtMrta-tl 9-frimg-.
trrrt. It MUW
A jxmr A rnnrf t for H.
Thos. F. Keleher
1 DEVOES READY PAINT
iOn tJallon Covers 600 Sqnara Feet.
PALMETTO ROOF PAINT
Stop Leaka, Lasts Five Years.
408 Witt Rmllnad Avnoi
full iMu-Unalsra u.1 riiiwitoi r-
! tT ILL the COUCH
and CURE tmi LUNC8
OLDS Frtt Trial.
Bureat and Uuickeat Cure for ail
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
LES, or MONEY BACK.
ia i AnnoiiiKvmcnt
Killli ll YPIIDQIfllilQ Having acquired an Interest In the
5mUfiMlE AuUltOIUIlO s,anlard Plumbing and Heating
I K company, Mr. John Strumqulat will In
LC future have charge of the mechanical
" ' department and attend to the Instal-
l-l l ily and return $40.25, April latlon of all plumbing and heating
. to May yj work entrusted to this company.
Cured of lUiciiniHtisin.
Mr. Wm. Henry of .Chattanooga.
Tunn., bad rheumatism in his left
arm. "The strength seemed to have
gone out of the muscles so that n
was useless for work," he says. "I
applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm and
wrapped the arm In flannel at night,
and to my relief I found that the pain
gradually left me and the strength
returned. In throe weeks the rheu
matism hud disappeared und has not
since returned." If troubled with
rheumatism try a few applications of
I'alu lialm. You are certain to be
pleased with tho relii-f which It af
fords. For sain by ull druggists.
Genuine American block, per
Cenillos Imp $6.50
Anthracite Nnt 18.50
Antliraoite nilied fO.OO
Anthracite, stove .and .furnace
Clean Gas Coke 96.00
Green Mill Wood, per load .... 92.2.1
IV. H. HAHN & CO.
Standard Pltimbing & Heating Co
Do You Need
Lawn Mowers, Garden Rakes and
Hoes, Rubber Hose, Cotton Hose.
tr y u s
BEST OF QUALITIES
Tie Bradfield Regulator Co., Atlanta, 6a.
J. KORBER & CO.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. N.
212 NORTH SECOND ST.
to the mining camp, of Colorado,
Utah and Nevada; to Denver,
Colorado Springs and Pueblo, la
by way of Santa Fe, N. M., and
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
through the fertile San Luis val
ley; also to the San Juan country
For Information as to ratea,
train service, descriptive literature
S. K. HOOPER,
General Passenger Ticket Agent
MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
They Armme Wtkntf, lmxm
inw und omlMtona,itvretOT v.irur
ftnd batiUk " paint of mmilri
tun.' TUy are 1,1 1 KnfttV
tj(rriti womanhood, 4
Vflnpntrntof orarami and baxtj. rW
known rnMy for women rpmkt
Ihfm. I'abiiot u hirm-Mf laa
i-nmi a pl-inr-. ft bit
br mnll. ld r-v f-narvtatv
sua i uiir.BiUAi.M'u.,
FOR 9AhM BT
DON J. RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL BSTAT
Automatic Phone 411.
Room 10, N. T. ArmUo Bnlldtnv
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual BnUdtng Amoclav
tion. Office at 217 West TTallnail
W. E. MAUGER
with Raube and Mauger
Of flee, 115 North Flrrt 8c
ALIICQUERQUE. N. M.
von x am ao I
Dealer In Groceries. Provlslona, Hay.
Grain and Fuel.
Fine Una of Imported Wlnea Ugoanr
ana cigar. Place your order fw
this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD ST.
All Klnda of Fresh aad Bait Mea
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonlo Building. North Third Bti
7. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE. REAL ESTATB
Rooms 13 and 14 Cromwell Block.
Albuquerque. Telephone No. 134.
Give na your ROUGH DRY work.
Monday, and get It back Wednesday,
Imperial Laundry Co.
HELEN 18 31 MILES SOUTH OK ALBUQUERQUE,
N. M . AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF
THE SANTA FB SYSTEM LEADiNO EAST AND
WEST FROM CHICAGO. KANSAS CITY. GALVESTON
AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGE
LES, AND FROM THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN
STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS.
1.000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS, 25x140
FEET. LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70-FOOT
STREETS. WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE. WITH
BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK A..D GRAND
OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, COST
ING 116.000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A
POPULATION OF 1.500 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE
MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN
PATENT ROLLER MILL. CAPACITY 150 BARRELS
DAILY: LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RES
TAURANTS. ETC. BELEN IS THE LARGEST SHIP
PING POINT FOR WOOL, FLOUR. WHEAT. WINE,
BEAN'S AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS
IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAIL
ROAD CITY N THi: NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE
COME TO BELEN. H. M.
Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico
Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe Railway
The Belen Town and Improvement
Company Are Owners of
The Belen Town and Im
jOHN BECKER, Pres WM. M. BERGER, Sec'y
A Rati way Center
A IX FAST LIMITED EXPIIK8S, MAIL AND
1 KfclGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FK WILL GO
OVER THE MAIX LINE THROCGn TO BELEN, EAST
AND WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
THE LOTS OFFERED ARE IN THE CJSNTKH OF
THE CITY, WELL ORADED (MANY OF THEM IM
PROVED BY CULTIVATION); NO SAND OR GRAVEL.
WE NEED A FIRST-CLASS, MODERN HOTEL AND A
COOD, UP-TO-DATE- NEWSPAPER.
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS
ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRAN
TY DEEDS. ONE-THIRD PURCHASE MONEY
CASH. TWO-THIRDS MAY REMAIN ON NOTE.
WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR,
WITH 8 PER CENT INTEREST THEREON.
APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES IF
YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS.
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