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fags noun. Fome ARE WELL OR- 555,000.00 Building Improvements Mow Under Way ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. YE Ahead N If Nebraska Man Gets Nomi nation It Won't be Because Plans for His Defeat Are Not Well Laid. Dims COPY lUSfflli wins What Will the Harvest be? Bryan Is the Only Acceptable Candidate. Washington. May 31. The plans of eastern democrats to prevent the nomination for president of William Jennings P.ryan, have progressed to a more definite staffe, according to statements made here In well-informed quarters. In fact, according to some, the anti-Bryan campaign is now well under way. and the state ment Is made that it has met with sufficient encouragement to assure that the Xebraskan will not be th'u unanimous choice of next year's national convention. If he gets the nomination at all. It Is asserted, It will be because he a tight for It and opposition. IIoitow Itoo-evclt's Methods. A leaf has been borrowed from the political tinethods of President Hoosevelt. and "the favorite son" plait Is to be employed In the light against Mr. Bryan. The program so f.ir mapped out contemplates that Ohio sU.ill endorse Judson Harmon, former attorney general of the I'nited States in the cabinet of Pres ident Cleveland; Delaware Judge George tiny, of the I'nited States circuit bench and one of President Koosevelt's anthracite coal strike commissioners; Texas. Senator t'has. A. M'ulberson; Georgia, llov. Hoke Smith, who was secretary of the In terior in President Cleveland's cab inet; Missouri. Jov. Joseph W. Folk. This would give a neucleus of has entered into has whipped the 100 delegates with instructions .icainst Hi-van. It would not be a big start. It Is true, but it is expected other states will get in line with "fa vorite son" endorsements, and that each candidate will be able to pick un a few delegates from neighboring states. For Instance, it is believed Jude (Irav would have no great dif ficulity in securing the delegation from "Pennsylvania, with its 6S votes. He Is very popular in the milling dis tricts, and Is regarded almost as a Pennsylvania man. Jtrynn Asulnst Field. The tactics adopted by the antl Ttrvan managers would make it a case of Bryan against the field, and the plan would be to secure an ag gregate strength for the field greater than the pledged strength of Bryan, and then fo combine against him. That such a combination could be made is very far from certain. Take Texas for example. Senator Culber son lint loutitedly could have the state's delegation, should he Indi cate a desire tor It, and the delegates would vote for Culberson until he re leased them from the obligation; but it is far from likely the delegation could be delivered to any other can ri-id.ne except Mr. Bryan. The same would hold true in other states, and to an impartial observer it would seem that the anti-Bryan people would heller have something strong er to go mi than state pride for fa vorite sons if they expect to accom plish the undoing of the Nebraska!! I'nles.s some one man can be found with suffici-nt strenght to be ac ceuted as the second choice of 1 great majority of tile states not pledged outright to Bryan it is hard 1 1 see h i.v the defeat of the Nebras ka man is to be brought about. Ilmni U 1 ho Whole Tiling. Today there is no such man on the d'-mocratie horizon, and Mr. Bryan has but t- nod his head and the nom i : 1 a r i 1 1 11 w ill be handed him That he vi-.ois the nomination is Vet to be determined. As stated a few day ago. a rumor, coming from an ap T:irentlv reliable source. has be ctirculated in Washington to the ef fect, that Mr. Bryan would soon issue an aunnuusemeiit to the democratic partv declaring himself out of pies IJentlal consideration and urging th nomination of some other man When this rumor tlrst reached the capital it was not understood that Mr. Brvan at the present time had :tiv sued ric man In mind for the nomination, but It Is now said that sitch Is the case. As to who the man is. rumors do not agree. One story has It that ov. Folk is Mr. Bryan choice while another version makes Judge firav the Bryan legatee. A third report is that -Mr. Bryan has joined Marse Henry Watterson, of Kentucky, and has a candidate whose name has not yet been mentioned in connection with the nomination. List Compiled May 1, 1907, by D. K. B. Sellers, Secretary University Heights Improvement Company Santa Fe Tie Pickling riant, south of city $150 U. H. Government and Postofflce Building, 4th and Gold 100, Santa Fe Y. M. C. A. and Heading P, loms, Central Avenue, be tween 1st and tracks Luna and Strlckler Block, office and store building. Second and Copper, three stories and basement, 80x150 feet Gross, Kelly and Company, wholesale grocery. Central Avenue and railroad tracks; main building, two stories. SOxlOO feet; warehouse, one story, 4'x400 feet; approximate cost A. W. Anson, terrace, 4th and Marble, four houses, 7 rooms each 60. 40 30, 23 000.00 000.00 000.00 000.00 000.00 ,000.00 ,000.00 Gradi Building, office and store building. 3rd and Copper, three stories and basement, 50xS0 feet IS Mann Building, office and stores, Copper Avenue, between 2nd and 3rd, two stories and basement 00x142 feet; approximate cost 10,000.00 Garcia Building. 311-13-15 North 3rd Street, two stories and basement 100x100 feet J. Loeb, residence, 2nd and New York Avenues, 10 rooms. 10, 10, D. Weinman, residence, Copper Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets 10, W. R. Whitney, residence, 302 South Walter Street Congregational Mission, south of city W. H. Booth, residence, 701 West Coal, six rooms Armory for N. M. X. G. Money for Armory has been appro priated, the city to furnish site 10 S 8 000.00 000.00 000.00 000.00 000.00 000.00 7.500.00 A. W. Anson, flats, Marble Avenue, 2-6 room flats Store building. Central Avenue, two stories; name and location withheld Farr and Company, modern slaughter house, south of city O. Hachechl, residence, North 2nd, between Grand Avenue and Marquette, 9 rooms M. O. Chadbnurne, residence, 6 rooms P. G. Sanche., residence, North 11th Street, 8 rooms E. W. Fee, residence, 614 West Coal Avenue Michael, two stories. South Second Street, between Atlantic and Pacific Avenues Frank Ackerman, Forrester Place, two houses, 6 rooms each.... Name withheld by request, residence, western part of town, seven rooms Improvement on Itosenwald Block, corner Third street and Cen tral Avenue S. N. Balling, storage and bakery, 1st Street, between Gold and Silver Avenues, two stories Jones, residence. North High Street, between Central Avenue and Copper Avenue, 7 rooms L. H. Ingley, resilience, 913 North 2nd Street, 6 rooms N. Framton, residence, North High Street, 5 rooms John T. Snowbrldge, residence, Forrester Tlace, D rooms 6.000.00 6.000.00 5,000.00 6,000.00 4.000.00 4.000.00 4,000.00 4.000.00 3,600.00 3.590.00 3.500.00 3,000.00 3.000.00 2,300.00 ' 1,900.00 1.800.00 UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS The verv best investment in the city 50 Beautiful Resident Lots ' $25 to $150 Each Only $10 Down; Balance $5 Month No Interest. No Taxes. Remember We Will Only Sell 50 Lots at These Prices. Total $555,100.00 University Heights Imp. Co. OFFICE, ROOM 9, CROMWELL BLDG. Opposite First National Bank. FREE AUTOMOBILE TO THE PROPERTY THE MONTH OF MAY Bernalillo County Isn't on the List-Amounts for Each Fund. TERRITORIAL FUND FOR INDIAN BOUGHT WIFE ON INSTALLMENT PLAN Mike. An Apache Brave. Al most Relieved of His Bar gain but no Divorce. GETS $200,000 IN RE TURN FOR S25 LOAN olm kt-iincdy' (.ciicnioily Is ltcNiid Almost ion. ono fold. Santa Fe, X. M., May 31. The fol lowing public funds have been re ived by Territorial Treasurer J. tl. Vaughn for the month of May: From ltobert P. Krveln, commis sioner of public lands, to the credit, of the following fund.s: Common school Income, $3,500.47; Agricultural college. $76. SO; School of Mines, $13S.50; Palace income, $200; deaf and dumb Institute, $70.40; Sil ver City normal school, $25. SI; Nor mal university, S.a.Sli; reform school, $7.S7; Insane asylum, $S.!H; Miners' hospital, $11.20; public build ings at capital income, $S4; Improve ment of Kio Urande income, $44. Si); water reservoir for Irrigation pur poses Income, $4!.bU. total ,4.- 0!2.23. Arthur Trelford, superintendent of tin- penitentiary, convict' earnings. $4.HS3.4. Jacobo Chaves, superintendent of Insurance, Insurance fund, $2,S00.6.'i. W. O. Sargent, territorial auditor, railroad dining car license, Chicago, Hock Island & Pacific railroad, $2'o. Will C. Karnes, secretary of cattle sanitary board, cattle indemnity fund, $)4:i.2u. Wells-Fargo Kxpress Co., 2 per cent of earnings. $.":: ti .:; tl . Chaves County J. Smith Lea, treasurer: Taxes for 11MJ0, 4c; l'.'Oti. , $i77.2S. Total, $S77.32. J Colfax County "Jeorge J. Pace,, treasurer: Taxes for l'JOti, $24 1.97. Dona Ana County Oscar Lohmau, , treasurer: Taxes for 1!UI4, Sic; lo5, ! $142: lititS, $455. T.B. Total. $457.32. ' Eddy County W. H Merchant,! treasurer: Tax for lHOfi, $311.S. drain County Jackson Agee, treasurer: Tax for 1906. $42.16. Uncoln County J. M. Pentield, treasurer: Tax for Out. $187.07. Mora County Charted U. Strong, treasurer: Tax for 1904, $3.02; 1905, $10. 5H; 1906, $4S5.9t. Total, $499.50. McKinley County Palmer Kettner, treasurer: Tax for 1906, $219.76. Otero County J. C. Dunn, treas urer: Tax for 1904. 73c; 1905, $23.45; 1906. $1,031.6$. Total, $1,055.86. Quay County Florenclo Martinez, treasurer: Tax for 1906, $157. 8S. San Juan County W. K. Williams, treasurer: Tax for 1905, 24c; 1906, $128.73. Total, $129.45. San Miguel County Kugenio Ro mero, treasurer: Tax for 1905, $3.22; 1906, $444.85. Total, $44S.07. Sierra County John C. Plemmons, treasurer: Tax for 1904, 2Sc; 1905, $2.12; 1906. $273.47. Total, $275.87. Socorro County Jose K. Torres, treasurer: Tax for 1904. 18c; 1905, 67c; 1906. $799.20. Total, $100.05. Taos Countv Nicolas Anaya, treas urer: Tax for 1906, $152.11. Torrance County M.icario Torres, treasurer: Tax for 1906, $79.99. I'nioii County S. A. Mestas, treas urer: Tax for 1906, $98 41. VW'VS NFAV FOUNTAIN FOR HF-AL COLD DRINKS. Phoenix. Ariz., May 31.-The In dian like the white man gets mar ried, but he doesn't stay married any more than the white man. though his manner of effecting the sundering of what Cod has Joined together dif fers slightly, there being, if possible, less red tape about the Indian way of quitting the halo of married felicity, and then the lawyers don't get any fee which is of course a less civilized custom. The Indian gets mnrrled when he wants to regardless of previous en tangling alliances and even a Jury of white men has failed to convict them of bigamy, but sent them on tueir way rejoicing. All of which is by way of intro duction to the story of Rig Mike and how he got a wife. Rig Mike weighs 220 pounds and McDowell Is where his wigwam reposes. Mike Is a pic turesque old big footed brave who never wore a shoe and still dresses in the style of his aboriginal ances ters with a red handkerchief about liis long 'braids of black hair. Rig Mike Is saJd to have been a scout in tile Indian wars. A few years ago lie lost his wife and for some time be kept her memory green and went about a mournful man. Then Mike I got tired of his own cooking and washing the dishes and beating out the rugs and sewing on his own but tons. He also got so he didn't renlly care so much about weeding the gar den. Then the little cherub began to take pot shots at Rig Mike from around the corner of his wickup. Then the great man of the bow and arrow surrendered to his cherub who also had a bow and arrow smaller but still more fatal. Mike wanted a wife. And it didn't take long to find out whose wife It was he wanted. He also had the money to buy. Just on the other side of the fence resided Cervada, weight 100 pounds and his wife, weight 230. Mike at tirst felt guilty. He was coveting an other man's wife. Rut then very soon he began to feel sorry for the little man who had such a big wife: he looked so squa w-pecked. So he went over and told him how bad he felt and how he would like to buy a wife and that his neighbor's wife looked g 1 Indian to him. Cervada looked ut his wife's 230 pounds, and began to tigure up. Rut he was really deilclent in arithmetic and after he had used up all his fin gers and his toes, he couldn't count any more. "Huh! How much; heap big?" oe explained. Mike who wanted to be liberal especially when he was going to get married, thought fifteen dol lars would be a good price; since she was a second-hand bargain. And Mike's neighbor though he wanted his wife badly yet he wanted the fif teen dollars a heap worse. so the cainpact was sealed and the pipe of peace smoked. Mike went on his way gayly. feeling that It was good for a man to be alone, the other was troubled. The Medicine man came to him Jn sleep and whispered dire calamities. He dreamed about those big silver dollars and they danced on his Oster moor and finally sprouted wings. He woke up from his night mare and saw his wife hadn't sprouted nny, that Is any that were largo enough. So he got up and went over to Rig Mike's Fifth avenue residence and called him out. Mike was angry. He didn't want to lose his bargain. He expostulat ed. Finally the little Indian explained that he didn't want to trade back but he didn't want so much money a.11 at once, fifteen dollars was more than lie really knew what to do with at a time, he was afraid he'd lose It. All he wanted was for Mike to pay one dollar down, the rest In Install ments, one dollur a week till paid for. "Huh." said Mike grunting, "all the same us buy Jarby's Knclyclo pedia." And so the trade was made and Jeff Adams vouches that they are living happily ever afterwards. $100 Reward. 100. The readers of this paper will be pleas ed to learn that there Is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is th. only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they ofter One Hundred Dollars for any rase that It rails to cure. Bend for list of testi monials. Address: F. J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Family Pills for conatlpa o WANTED Position as Job composi tor in good office. First class man. Don't drink and can give best of references. Man of family. Would prefer to work under contract. Write L. W. Gray, Morgan City, La. State salary when writing. I Chat. Mellnl, fermtxrr. O. BacheckX Tmftrn. Minstrels Under Canvas A Li 15 UQUERQ TJ K u i-i u ji; iv w u jw t XT TVT TT1 i OX EN I (JUT J U IN JCJ - SHOW GROUNDS SECOND AND LEAD AVE. voftims UniTEPtiirBTmilSKDUS m-:'j 17?t5-' J 1 "j, y.i i .... i ii largest minstrel show in the world 3. T. E&ktn, president. G. Qloml, Vlc President: Consolidated Liquor Company Suoceisori to MELINI A EAKIN, and ACHECHI A QIOMI. WMOLKmALK DEALER 9 IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars W kaap tvrythlna la stock to outfit tho most fattldloui bar oomploto Have been appointed exclusive agents in the Southwest far Jee. . Schlltz, Wm. kemp and 8t Louie A. B. C Breweries; Yellowstone, Green River, V. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook, Loula Hunter, T.J. Mon arch, and other standard brands of whlsklea too numarOua to mention, WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. But sell the straight article u recel?ed tr ua from tne boat .laortoa. Distilleries and Breweries In tie United Stat a. Call and lnaeoet eni Stock and Prlcea, or write (or Illustrated Catalogue and price Uat, Issued to dealers only. A. C. BIXICKE and JOIIX S. MITCHELL Invite their friends to make New Mexico headquarters at The Hollenbeck Hotel Los Angeles, California Tour friendship and patronage Is appreciated. Courtesy and attention to guests is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe better than ever. Location convenient and desirable. Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door. The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'f. J t 2 0 West Railroad Avenue Finest Whiskies j ; Wines, Brandies. Etc. a 8 AMPLE AND CLUB ROOMS 1 OWO O000i0000s1dsjs1 Neat, Clean and Reiined. Better Than a Circus. Come Laugh With Us. Seats for Two Thousand. ADMISSION 25c and 50c. Announcement hot if Hut J h 1 ! i hiD 1 I'Uca. X. Y., M;iy 31. Two liun tlrrd ihou.-siiid dollars in rt-lurn fur a loan of $-" ha been the xfrieuc; of John Knn-dy, fornifrly an eiu id" - if the t i iuvi i rieur quarries. KtMih'My uus ut his home In the village 11 ("louverneur one evening some yar mu when a stranger ap pe.ired al his door who soon made himself known as a boyhood friend and i ompai.iou of Kennedy. He wan t nterlained that ninhl and in Ihe moiiiii:tf he informed Kennedy thai he was 'Mi-ad broke" and requested the o.,Il ef J.-. He said that he had iiothinif to ive htm hi return excepting some hures i:i a Kold mine in tin- Klondike. Kennedy made him the loan alid! put the sh ires away, and had about j lorsioUen their eXlsti ni e. Ill the I meantime he went west with his f un- I i!y. His ltsideiiee In ( loin eriieur had! almost l.i ,-ome a iin-morv. exeeptinn , to his former intimate fro nds, until ; tile other il.y a eommunuaMon was reeeived froiii I'ark City. Clah. in i wliieh It was staled that the mine in' which he held a few shares hid proved to be one of the l)est in the Klondike, and lh.it the sale had Just been consilium ated to Chicago capl- , talists and l he stock which Kennedy purchased for J5 netted him JliUU, cao. : THE TROUT SEASON IS NOW OPEN o now M-ral the Ptvios Kuncli (formerly tho Sparks ranch) nt the licuil water of the I 'ecus ricr, where we can uecoiuinoilato liftecn Kucst. We ran iUneoiniiHidute twenty-five jjuewts at The Valley Ilanch. WlU'seml our wagons to meet any train at (ilorleta, if notified by let ter or telegraph. Am prciMinl u curry comfortably parties of any number to any and all ixdnt on elie river. Write for rates. Aililrew letters to l'ocos, X. M.. Teli'jrrams addressed to us at Gloricla will be telephoned to us without delay. THE VALLKY RANCH 0Coe0oe00Xe)OeoeKeo Having acquired an Interest In the Standard numbing and Heating company, Mr. John Strumqulst will In future have charge of the mechanical department and attend to the Instal lation of all plumbing and heating work entrusted to this company. Standard Plumbing & Heating Go Sprains Quickly cur.-. I. Eathe ihe parts freely with Cham berlaln's Pain Halm an iv- henr absolute rest, and a qulirK oure la cer tain. Kor sale by all druggists. RIDS THE SYSTEM OF MALARIA Malaria is an atmospheric poison which we unconsciously breathe into1 our system. The Mood in its constant passage through the lungs absorbs the 1 germs, ami they destroy the rich, red corpuscles of tins vital fluid and reduce it to such a weak, watery condition that it is unable to properly nourish th, system, and disease gets a foothold. Then the symptoms of Malaria, sucb' as pa'.e, sallow complexions, weak vitality, poor appetite, deranged digestion and perhaps chills and fever show t'.iat the trouble is alfecting every part oij the body. Malaria also affects the liver, producing a chronic btate of bilious-; ness, aud often a long spell of fever follows when the blood becomes fully 1 contaminated with the poison. Chronic S res and Ulcers, boils, aches and pains, and .skin affections of various kinds often result from this insidious' disease if the poison is allowed to accumulate in the blood in sufficient quan tities. Malaria must be removed from the system through the circulati n, and for this purpose nothing equ.ils S. S. S. This great remedy go;s down into the blood and drives out ull germs, microbes and poisons, and permv nently cures Malaria, S. S. S. not only cleanses the blood of the cav.e, ht furnishes it with the healthful properties it needs, so that instead of a weak, germ-infected stream, spreading disease throughout the system, it becomes a rich, red fluid, nourishing the body and enabling it to resist disease. S. S. S. is also the greatest of all tonics, and builds up and invigorates the entire system while ridding the blood of the germs of Malaria, l'ersous whe are suffering from Malaria will be pleased with the prompt and pleasant re sults produced by the use of S. S. S., and can take it with confidence because it is an absolutely safe medicine, being free from harmful minerals of any kind. Boole oo the blood and any medical advice desired sent free to ail wlw write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA 1 SDsjC-JfcOBslC'SBC-iSCBCDBSl-) S ( Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works R. HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft ings, Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for Buildings. BBBlr om Mining mnd mill Machlnory m Bpoolalty Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M. soeoeoeyoex0oee)o30t)0e NOTIC E TO COXTKACTOIIS. fiSl North tlr-t Strwt. Phone No. 4HJ DIAMOND Southwestern Ilrewery it lee Coiupuny. The Board of County Commission ers of McKinley county, New Mexico, will receive sealed proposals for the erection and completion of a court house and jail building, to be erected In Gallup, New Mexico. liids to be submitted separately for court house and Jail. A certified check for five hundred dill irs will be required to accompany the proposals, to assure the good faith of the bidders. I Proposals will be received up to 4 o'clock p. m., Monday, June 3rd, 1907, at tha otllce of the clerk of the i board. Plans and specifications can be seen at the ofttce of J. I IaDrlere, Albuquerque, N. M., or at the clerk's otti.-e in CiaUup. Th; board reserves the right to re ject any or all bids, j F. YV. MKTER.i ji.'leik of tha Board of County Com-m:sion-rs, Clailup, Nes Mexico. EXCURSION ...TO Colorado And Principal Eastern Points On Sale Dally June Is) to Sept, 30th via Low rates, long limit, tickets ac cepted on Limited and all other trains. Call at ticket office and we will plan your trip back east. We are all going. Why not you? Sore N'Tppic. Any mother who has had experience with th;s distressing ailment win be i:.M-eil to know that a cure may be affected by applying Chamberlain' a!ve as soon as the child Is dons nursing. Wipe It off with a soft cloth before allotvlnjf tha babs to nurse, llanr trained nurses use this salve ith the bsst result. For sale by all druggists. ; T. E. PURDY, Agent A. T. & S. F. RY. COAL Genuine American block, per ton Cerrlllos Lump 16 5e Anthracite Nut $8.50 Anthracite mixed .04 Anthracite, stove .and .furnace sixes .(( Clean Gas Coke M OO WOOD. Green Mill Wood, per load .... M il IV. H. HAHN & CO. Both rhooes.