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THt'RsPAY, MAY 3. 10". PAGB THrlKJL POOR LO WILL HAVE TO GO TO WORK Government Issues an Edict That All Able Bodied In dians .Must Get Busy. EXPERIENCE WITH UTES USED AS AN EXAMPLE Means Development of All Lands Owned by Reds and Pos sibly Up-Rlslngs. vstlon are to the effect that the reds are brjrlnnlns: to (ret on speaking terms with any Innor. The federal oftlrlaU say that plen ty of emnlovment can he found for Indians, and that In most cases the Indians who are put to worK per form fairly well. The Indian makes as irood a laborer as the average Mexican. He Is perhaps a trifle more erratic. He Is more liable to leave without notice. When pay uny comes a Ion he lonfrs for a brief respite from his labors, and ftenerally takes It. He stays away nn Ion as nis money holds out. Otherwise he does fairly well. In the construction of rrlKatlon works in me wesi ine gov ernment hns shown a preference for Indian labor. Where Indians have secured larnis through the allotment of lands they will be encouraged to worK tneir own homesteads. Many Indians are rals- STRONG ARGUMENTS lug good crops. As they have little experience they find It difficult to find markets for their products. Gov ernment agents will be put In the field to fill this g.ip. These agents will secure Information as to the best markets for the kind of products raised by Indians In different sections and then superintend the delivering of such products. They will nlso see that the Indians are given a snuare deal In their business negotiations. All MUST VOTE FOR CITY HALL Official Statement Puts the Matter Plainly Before the People of Albuquerque. IN GOOD CAUSE Washington, I). C, May 2. Fran cis K. Leupp, United states commis sioner of Indian affairs, has conceived a daring plan that may cause numer ous imrWtiiir all over tne western plains. He hns Issued an edict tnat all able bodied Indians must go to work, and to carry out this order he has created a new division which will be known as the "Indian Intelli gence office." To this new branch of the service will be entrusted the duty of finding work for the Indians; It will be the same time drum up trade f'jr the products of the various tribes. Commissioner Leupp has old-f.isnlon-ed Ideas about Indians. He believes they should work the same as other people. Sump months ago Commissioner Ieupp attended a council of the White river I'tes In 1'tah. The In dians were highly Indignant over the action of the government In taking over their reservation lands for pur poses of settlement by whites. A. suf ficient area was left for the Utes to cultivate. The Utes are blanket Indians, and they wanted to fish and hunt and roam at will. Commission er Leupp flatly told the Utes that the days of Idleness had passed, that the Indian would have to follow In the pathway of the whites and go to work for a living. A little later word came that the Utes had pulled up the sakes of their tepees and gathering their women and children around them had start ed out on hit expedition. At first It was believed the Indians were on the war path, and United States troops were ordered out. . It soon became apparent that the Indians were not embarked on a marauding Journey. They merely became indignant at the suggestion that they should go to work, and to relieve their wounded feelings had left their reservation on a visit to the Sioux of South Da kota. After a while the Utes cooled off and were persuaded to send a delegation to see the great white father In Washington. President Roosevelt was posted, and he made up his mind to tell the Indians that the time had come when they would heve to go to work for a' living like other folks. To prevent a possible Indian wrangle In the white house two or three brawny secret service men were sent to the president's of llce the day the Utes were scheduled to appear there. Mr. Roosevelt spoke his piece. The Inoians received the sad news like warriors of old. Recent advices from the Ute reser Womlcrful Kczcnin Cure. "Our little boy had eczema for five years," writes X. A. Adams, Henri etta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless, his lungs being affected. We then employed other doctors but no benefit resulted. By chance we read about electric bit ters; bought a bottle and soon no ticed improvement . We continued this medicine until several bottles were used, when our boy was com pletely cured." Hest of all blood med icines and body building health tonics. Guaranteed at all druggists. GUc CONCLUSIVE following statement from shows plainly for a new city way h ill The Mayor McKee. you must vote on May 4: To the People of Albuquerque: An election will be held on Satur day, MayJ. for the purpose of voting upon thirty thousand dollars In bonds for city hall construction purposes-. We have been Instructed by the city council to make a plain statement of the conditions existing in order that the people may be fully informed as to the object of this election. When the city moved Into its pres ent location it made a lease for the property paying a rental of seventy five dollars per month: later litigation arose over this property and a new lease was made with Mr. Henry for a rental of forty-five dollars per month more than forty thousand dollars available and thait ilhis will build and furnish a city hall there can be no question. The plans which have been adopt ed by the city council when carried out will give Albuquerque a city hall which will be adequate for a city of three times our present population. Under the present arrangement, by which the city otiicers are scattered all over the city, both added expense and great Inconvenience is caused. There arrises In this matter the question of civic pride. Albuquerque Is at present maintaining as a city building a structure which would be a disgrace in a village of a thousand people. The importance of having a creditable municipal building can not be overlooked In voting upon these bond. If these bonds are to be carried un der the act of congress authorizing their Issue, it is necessary that two thirds of the tax payers, both real and personal, eligible to vote at a city election shall cast their votes In favor of this Issue. This requirement, therefore, means that a voter who stays away from th" polls on Saturday is really cast ing hi- vote against the city hall bonds. If the people of Albuquerque want a city hall it Is necessary that every vot be polled on Saturday, Mav 4, i jo;. Respectfully submitted. FRANK M'KEE, Mayor. Harry F. LEE, City Clerk. Let merit, me mall you free, to prove samples of my Dr. Shonp's Restorative, and my Hook on either dyepepsla. the heart, or the kidneys. Address me, Dr. Shoop. Racine, Wis. Troubles of the stomach, heart or kid neys, are merely symptoms of a deep er ailment. Don t make the common EVIDENCE The following letter is self explana tory, and shows conclusively the opin ion the vice president and general manager of the Cotton Relt railway has of the telegraphy department of the Tyler Commercial college, the leading school of telegraphy In Am erica: Tyler, Texas. February 5. 1907. Tyler Commercial College, Tyler, Tex. Uentlemen: This letter is given you in order to avoid having to an swer so many letters of inquiry, rela ive to this company's connection with your college, and I beg to state for the information of attending students that we have placed a loop of our main line wire through your college for the benefit of your students, and are furnishing you our telegraph ana station blanks. We have also agreed to employ your telegraphy graduates who can pass our regular examina tion to fill vacancies coming up on this line, and will pay them the stand dard rate of wages for the position they are employed to nil. The minimum salary paid operat ors is $55 per month, 12 hours work constituting one day, all time in ex cess of 12 hours will be paid for on basis of pro rata of regular rate. Op erators called for special service after being excused by the dispatcher will be allowed fifty cents for the first hour and pro rata of the regular rate thereafter. ) Yours truly. W. E. GREEN. First Vice President and General Su perlntendent St. Louis Southwest ern Railway Company, of Texas. Symptom treatment Is treating the re sult of your ailment, and not the cause. Weak stomach nerves the Inside nerves means stomach weak ness always. And the heart and kid ueys as well have their controlling or Insole nerves. Weaken these nerves and vou Inevitably have weak vital organs. Here is where Dr. Shoop's Restoration has made its fame. No other remedy even claims to treat the "inside nerves. Also for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or complexion. use Dr. Shoop's Restorative. Write for my free book now Dr. Shoop's Kestoiative sold by all dealers. TO HAVE HOTEL r.y a recent decision of the court the i error of treating symptoms only. property has been neid to Delong to the assignee of Mr. Armijo and Judg ment has been rendered by the court against the city for double rent dur ing the past year or so for the sum of ninety dollars per month. It will thus be seen that the city is paying a large sum monthly for rental on a building wholly inadequate for the purposes which it is supposed to serve. It would be Impossible to con tinue longer in the present building. The Jail is In such condition as to render the confinement of prisoners therein both unsafe and unsanitary and under any circumstances it is absolutely imperative that a new Jal! be provided. No person can be found who would be willing to build a building for the city for use as a Jail at any reasonable rental. It has been suggested that the public library building be used as a city hall, but the Impossibility of using the build ing for city Jail or fire department purposes is so plain as to need no comment. It has been suggested further that the city build a building for use as a Jail and fire department alone. The cost of such a building would be fully two-thirds of the cost of construction upon the plans for a city hall which have been accepted by the council. The wisdom of building a city hall for all city purposes Is therefore ap parent. objection has been made that the sum of thirty thousand dollars will not be sufficient to carry out the plans which have been adopted. The people should understand in the first place that the city has bought and paid for the building site and that the entire sum of thirty thousand dol lars will be available for actual con sruction. It should also be under stood that there is now available in the city building fund the sum of fifty-five hundred dollars to which by the end of this year twenty-five hundred more will be added. This sum is intended for construction pur poses and will be added to tne thirty thousand dollars realized from the bonds. In addition to this there is a surplus of more than six thousand dollars in the city treasury which may be used for construction pur poses, or for furnishing the building if found necessary. There is, there fore, should this bond issue carry, Orogrande. N. M., May 2. E. G Nai?el experts to open the Hotel Sac ramento Monday next. The house is being piped and water placed on both floors. A porch Is being built in the front of the building, for the benefit of the guests, and the east side of the hotel Is to be improved for the benefit of patrons during the summer months. Bath rooms are to be placed on the second floor of the building, and, in fact, every modern Improvement pos sible at this time will be made. A new kitchen is to be erected 'n the rear of the hotel, a large refrig erator constructed and other improve ments made in the building. Mr. Nagel went to El Paso Tuesday to purchase additional supplies for his hotel. The bulk of them have ar. rived so far, and when the place Is opened it will be one of the most complete In the valley. The table is to be the equal of any ever set In this section. Mr. Nagel is a hotel man of wide experience, who will give service sec ond to none in the southwest. Woman loves a clear, rosy complex ion. Burdock Blood Bitters purifies the blood, clears the skin, restores ruddy, sound health. Wm Ifn )' P jilwaukeeJ Here's to Health and a Good Didestion MILWAUKEE Quality Individuality Purity The Quality of the Malt decides the body of a beer. "Blatz Matt is produced in the brewery's own malt house by trained Malsters (years in Blatz service). "Not only hoW much malt but hoW good" is here the inviolable rule. This method is expensive, but the desired result is always achieved the Vital ingredients of the malt are thereby brought out and retained. To the Blatz malt is due the prevailing fulUbodied State of "Blatz "Beer. The Hops used in the brewing of Blatz Beer are rich in aromatic properties and tonics (hop bitters), which lend to the beer that fragrance which captivates lovers of the beverage. The tonics act as a mild Stimulant to the digestion. Blatz Beer is perfectly fermented and ripened in the coldest and cleanest cellars extant. The most skilled masters zealously guard "Blatz" individuality. The paramount object being to maintain with absolute uniformity every characteristic that has these many years meant "BlatZ Quality. VAL BLATZ BREWING CO., Milwaukee IS KVKKY IIOMK. The following simple pre scription, writes a noted au thority, should be made known to every family. While It Is a simple home-made mixture, It forms a powerful tonic and vi talizing agent to the kidneys, forcing them to filter and elim inate from the blood all acids and waste, restoring the full count, or 95 per cent, of Red Corpuscles. Here it Is, and now Is the time to take It: Fluid Extract Dandelion one-half ounce, Compound Kargon one ounce, ('(impound Syrup Sarsaparllla. three ounces. The dose is one teasponnful after meals and at bedtime. These harmless In gredients can be obtained at nominal cost from any good pharmacy, and anyone can mix them at home by shaking well in a bottle. Noted medical authorities now recognize this as a blood cleanser and system tonic par excellence, because of its gentle ithough almost certain action in the treatment of rheumatism, skin and facial eruptions and other miserable blood afflic tions for which the kidneys are responsible. At this time of (year the blood becomes sour and filled with poisons and acids, which the skin pores failed to eliminate during the cold weather, adding this ad ditional work to the Kidneys, which, overtaxed, become in active and sluggish and re quire Just such an Invlgorant or Regulator. Mix this and try it. and note the remarkable Improvement in your health. GYPSUM DEPOSITS OF NEW MEXICO Sierra Naclmlento Ledges Have Been Known for Half a Century. RICH BED ON GALLINA CREEK Samples Found Near Bernalillo Were Absolutely Pure Supply Inexhaustible. For sale by STERN, SCHLOSS & CO., Wholesale Dealers, Albuquerque, New Mexico Kxtenslve deposits of gypsum oc cur at many places In New Mexico, particularly in the southeastern and northwestern parts of the territory, but they are developed only at An cho. on the line of the Rock Island railroad, where a plaster mill has been In operation for several years. Deposits in northwestern New Mex ico nre briefly descrloed by Millard K. Slialer. of the United States geo logical survey in the survey's forth coming bulletin (No. 315) entitled: "Contributions to Economic Geology, 1906." The gypsum along the western base of the Sierra Naclmlento has been known for more than half a cen turv. The Sierra Naclmlento consists of a north-south trending series of ever-crested ridges and serrated peaks. It 4s approximately thirty- five miles long, extending from the latitude of Ualllna. N. M., on the north to the latitude of Cabezon on the south. The gypsum deposits along the western base of the range lie near the top or the "Ilea lieas series. They are apparently at all places underlain by a bed of bright yellow, poorly consolidated sand, and are overlain by dark shales and yel lowish brown sandstone of Dakota or Jurassic age. from which they are occasionally separated by a thin bed of limestone. At lialllua, on Oallina creek, near the northern limit of the gypsum out crop, a bed of massive white gyp sum appears within the limits of the village, where it has been, to a very limited extent, nuarried and burned the product being used by the in habitants for plastering their adobe houses. The gypsum bed may be traced eastward from t.alllna for many miles, as It outcrops along Oal lina creek in the southward-facing I, lull of Mesa Jllunca (.'auplin. It had a thickness here of more than 4 0 feet. Farther south, between (Jal Una and Senorita, the same gypsum bed was observed at many places, but Its thickness and Its relations to the overlvltiK and underlying rocks were not particularly noted. Kast of La- Jura the bed, if present, Is complete Iv covered by flatlylng Tertiary sedi nients. which overlap the Mesozoic section from the west. This condi tion probably exists at several locali ties between Oallina aud Senorita. At Senorita the gypsum bed outcrops above a limestone bed 60 feet In thickness, from which lime has been burned for local use. A 6-foot coal bed. which outcrops about one-half mile west of the gypsum outcrop furnishes a good grade of subbi tumlnouB coal. The presence of this coal should do much to hasten devel opment of the gypsum bed, which has a thickness of 64 feet, at this point. About three miles west of Kan Miguel copper mine, a bed of massive white gypsum sixty feet thick outcrops. The deposit at this point Is easily access-ible by the wag on road to liernalillo. and could be mined over an extensive area. It Is reported that the gypsum has been used locally for making plaster for a number of years, but no workings were seen by Mr. Shaler. Analysis of a sample taken from the gypsum bed at this- point shows that it is practically pure. At the head of a tributary to Rio Salado, at an elevation between 7.000 and 8,000 feet, the gypsum bed reaches a maximum thickness of about 100 feet. Near the mountains the bed is conformable with the un derlying rocks, but within a short distance, tha gypsum bed practically flattens out. As a consequence of this flattening away from the moun tains and the presence of a stream heading near this locality, a very large area of gypsum is exposed and can bo mined to advantage, by open cut. It should be accessible by a wagon road built at slight expense up the valley to a tributary of Rio Sula da. In appearance the gypsum is identical with that analyzed from near San Miguel mine. For several miles in a zone extending northward from this localito', the gypsum bed out crops continuously. It is not thought likely that these deposits will be worked on a com mercial scale until the gypsum beds of the territory that are situated nearer railroad lines have been prac tically exhausted or until the demand for gypsum products greatly in creases. It is not at all improbable, however, that a railroad line will soon be built into the area, the pro moters having in view primarily the development of the coal and oopper resources of the region. The gyp sum is suitable for any purpose to which gypsum Is adapted. It seems to be everywhere of equal purity and the supply is praetilaly Inexhaustible. Our Prices are right . 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