ISPAY. Al'CSl'ST 1. 107.
z&8Gwwxcisex&x&& breaking in
Introducing a Hero and a Pirate
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SMELTER WILLGO INDIANS ENJOY
TO CANON ANNUAL CORN
Reader, this 1m Hubert, on the
right, is Flukey Cm-it. the pilule. Headers. Hubert. Readers, .Flakey
Crust. Hubert and Flukey Crust, the Readers. Consider yourselves introduced.
Now, what Is it all about? Oh, it
Is adventure on the sea, the kind
that is full of breathless interest, in
terest so breathless It can hardly keep
from suffocating. It will be In 12
chapters, and will begin in The Citi
zen tomorrow, with a picture for each
chapter. If you like pirate stories
and you do you will enjoy this
story. It is a surpassing story, sur
passing like coffee; and a veracious
one, veracious like a fish story. It is
a funny story, funny as a circus pa
THOW POOR WALDOV 3 ACT Co
' WOULD ENJOY THIS fV, tAilsfcHC kiddo-
'LI'HTFU'' 'V cZI
i is cooped up I, J"
(POOR WALDO SENDS J N CATEB
I HIS LOVE- I WISH ICOUL6 SEE "
EvcrylMMly Should Know."
says O. U. Hays, a prominent busi
ness man of Hluff. Mo., that Buck
len's Arnica Salve is the quickest
and surest healing salve ever applied
to a sore, burn or wound, or to a
case of piles. I've used it and know
what I'm talking about." Guaranteed
by all druggists. 27c.
Don't Ruin Your Best Horse Going for a Doctor
Bowel complaints are always more or less prevalent during the Summer
months, and many a man' has ruined his best horse going fur a doctor
when some of his family was suffering from cramp colic or cholera
morbus. Be prepared for such an emergency.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy
Is the most successful medicine yet produced for these diseases and can
always be depended upon. No doctor can prescribe a better medicine.
It is almost certain to be needed before the Summer is over. Buy it now.
left. He Is the hero. This, on the
The story is called "Enslaved by a
Pirate; nr. Robert's Rendezvous With
the Red-Handed Rovers."
Flakey Crust, a pirate.
Robert, a boy.
Pirates, prisoners, passengers, per
sons and people.
Time Once upon.
Place The Spanish Main, mainly.
Watch for It, read It, and see which
pets the more surprises you or the
! Kennedy's Kaxatlve Cough Syrup
i :uts irentlv uimn the bowels and
' clears the' whole system of coughs
ami colds. It nromntly relieves In
(lamination of the throat and allay
: irritation. Sold by J. H. O'Rielly i!
We do It right. ItOCtai PUT. Im
perls! Laundry Co.
Tri-Bulllon Company Decides
to Locate Plant In
Several dnvs since. Canon City,
Colo., announced that the smelter of
the Tri-ltulllon MinlnR company
would be built In that city, but It was
believed here until late yesterday
evening that Albuquerque might be
seleded as the point for the location
of the plant. A telegram from 1.
F. McCainm. who has been in New-
York for several days looking after
this cltv's Interests with the officials
of the Trl-Iiulllon company, was re
ceived late yesterday by O. L. Brooks
president of the Commercial club,
stating that the smelter would be iO
cated either at Florence or Canon
City. Colo. Today a telegram states
that Canon City has been definitely
selected as the location.
This smelter Is an Independent con
cern, not owned by the trust, an
while it would be comparatively a
small plant, would be of consider
able benefit to any community, hence
the Commercial club began an active
campaign some time since to secure
the industry for Albuquerque. Offl
icals of the company visited the city
frenuentlv and every concession they
asked was satisfactorily met and
verv obiectlon overcome. For n
time It seemed probable that the
smelter would be located here, but
nn the Trl-Hulllon company recently
tiurehased a million dollar zinc re
duetlon plant near Canon City, the
officials of the concern finally decld
ed to erect the new smelter In close
loxiniitv to that plant in oracr to
rnneentrate their Interests.
The cost of the new plant will also
be greatly reduced by building it in
connection with the zinc reduction
works. The latter plant was built
in Colorado to light the trust and af
ter a stormy existence. Its owners
were clad to sell it for a very low
mice to the Trl-Hulllon compnny.
"his was the point wnicn aeiermineu
the location of the smelter.
President Hroks. of the C'ommer
clal club, stated today that the club
has two other propositions lor in
dustries. either of which he consld
ers of equal value wnn me snieiier,
hence he Is not discouraged by the
loss of that Industry.
rugs. Rut do you
buy a seamless?
BURIED WITH ALL
Santa Fe. N. M.. August 1. The
funeral of the late William Itolander
was held this afternoon followed by
Interment at the National cemetery
At 2:30 o'clock short services were
conducted at the residence of Rev. J.
W. Purcell. pastor of the First rres-
byterian church, after which the
hculv was taken In charge of by an
escort consisting of members of
Pnrleton Post No. 3. Grand Army of
the Republic, and Santa Fe Lodge
No. 2, Independent Order of Odd Fel
lows. Roth organizations observed
the customary burial rites at the
cemetery. As the casket was being
lowered In the grave a salute was
fired by a squad of Company F. First
Infantry, New Mexico national guaro,
under command of First Sergeant J
Don't use harsh physics. The re-
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Regulets. They operate easily, tone
the stomach, cure constipation.
Bring us your Job worlt. Prices
the verv lowest and the work will
stand Inspection anywhere. Business
and calling cirds a specialty.
Polishes and dressings for black.
tan. brown, white, pinK. blue and
gray shoes at C. May's Shoe store,
314 West Central avenue.
Feast Going On Among Red
Men of Many
Muskogee. I. T., Aug. 1. In the
forty-seven Indian towns (clans) of
the Creek nation there are now belns
held the annual green corn dances
The bootlegger Is busy and the In
dian, after he has danced, will eat
green corn for the tlrst time this
An Indian will not eat roasting
enrs until after the green corn dance.
This is an old superstitious custom
rigldlv observed among the full
bloods. The custom Is so old that It
Is Impossible to get a clear idea as to
Its origin. The green corn dances
are held about the same time In ei.cJ
town, although where there are In
dian towns close together different
dates are sometimes tlxed so that
the towns may attend each dance
There are from 50 to Kill Indians at
these dances, although when some
big celebration is pulled off the nuni
ber runs up to 600 or 600.
The green corn dance Is nroeedot
by a busk held In June. Tills also
Is an annual town artair. At
the June usk the Indians drink
which is supposed to keep them
free from disease until the next sea
son. The drink is brewed from I lie I
root of a certain weed. It is brewed
by the medicine man of each town
and he keeps secret his medicine.
While It Is being boiled over a lire,
no man or dog Is allowed to pass be
tween the medicine man and the lire.
If such a thing occurs the medicine
Is thrown away and more prepared.
Why the Indians assemble in" crowds
for this unpleasant ceremonial n
Sometime Hnvc Trouble.
For the green corn dance the In
dians assemble and the squaws cook
large kettles full of corn cut from
the cob, putting In big pieces of beef
and pork with it. Each Indian has
a bowl and getting his portion sits
on the ground. A dance will some
times last three days. There is a
feast each day and a dance each
At these dances trouble occurs.
The Indians after this severe med
ical probation are In tine fettle.
Hootleggers always manage to get In
a lot of "lnriy-ron nquor ami me
fighting begins. Deputy marshals
watch these stomp dances closely and
they usually land several bootleggers.
The more liquor there is the more
fighting. If there are old scores In
an Indian town they are usually set
tled at these places. The records of
the federal Jails have already com
menced to show the progress of the
green corn dances.
State of Ohio. City or Toleflo,
l.oras County. sa.
Frank J. Chenncy makes oath that he
Is senior nnrtner nf the tlrm of t. J
L'henev & Co.. doing Imslness In the
Cilv of Toledo. County and State afore
said, ana mat sum nrm win pay me sum
of ONE HUN I It ED liil.I.AKS for each
and every case of latarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and siibscnoeu in
my presence, tnis lilti uuy or uecenmer.
A. IK issti.
A. W. UI.EASO.N.
(Seal.) Notary Public.
Hull's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally
and acts directly on the tilood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Send for
F. J. CHENEY At CO., Props.,
Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa
For the good of those suffering
with eczema or other such trouble. 1
wish to say. iny wife had something
of that kind and after using the doc
tors' remedies for some time con-
eluded to try Ch.imberl. iln s Salve and
It proved to be better than anything
she had tried. F1 r sale by all drug
SHORT TALKS BY
L. T. COOPER.
Do you know what makes people 1st
wake and toss and roll about at night?
Uoctors tell you
there are various
cauies. I tell you
trouble. I know it
because I ve seen
thousands oi cates
and watched them
A stomach that
decaying food mat'
ter effects every or
Jan of the human
body. It caus
MRS. CEO. WBlbEL.
fiervousnets, headaches, constipation.
impure blood, poor circulation and dulls
the mind. It makes one restless and un
easy. When your stomach is working
right you feel right. You sleep well and
vou eat well.
People come to me day after day and
tell me they can't rest after eat'ng.
They have a dull headache. At niht
they go to bed simply because they are
exhausted. 1 hey catch s lew cat naps
and get up in the morning feeling as worn
out as they did before.
I have recommended Cooper's New
Discovery, a regular diet, regular habits
and invariably these same people comedo
me afterwards and tell mc they feclJffnSn
better because they eat well and sleep vTell.
Herewith is a sample.
A letter I received from Mrs, Geo.
Weiscl, 1121 Providence Koad, Scrsnton,
"I suffered for three years from stom
ach trouble, inactive liver and rheuma
tism. Everything I ate disagreed with me
and I lay awake night alter niht. I bad
no pleasure in life and could scarcely do
my work about the house. I heard from
neighbor oi Cooper s INew Ui.covcry
and 1 bought two bottles of it. It helped
me right away. Now I have good ap
petite and never suffer from indigestion.
I sleep well and awake refreshed. 1 want
to thank you from the bottom of my heart
for what this medicine has done for me."
The Cooper medicines have a larger
sale than any medicine on the market.
Our customers t petit highly vf Ueu
UKLF WANTliD If that Is your
crying need, a want ad in The ;
Evening Citizen's want column will (
assure you of plenty of employes. i
WANTED Two or
ihr.To ,Am fnr
light housekeeping. furnished or
unfurnished. Also stable room for
one horse. Z., this olliee.
WANTED At once, competent girl
to do cooking and general nouse
work. Small family; no washing;
high wages. Mrs. Simon Stern, 7U2
West Copper avenue.
WANTED An experienced saleslady
for department store. Good steady
place for the right party. Address
"A. H." this office.
WANTED Dining room girls. Apply
904 South Third street. At Meyers
.WANTED Car carpenters, car re
pairers, laborers, needed at Albu
querque shops. Confer with Master
Mecha nlc for detail s.
V ANTED Teople who want some
thlng, to advertise In The Citizen's
want column. A
few lines cost but
a few cents but
bring returns an
WANTED Ladles who wish stylish
dressmaking. Also apprentice. Call
on Miss C. P. Crane, 612 North
Second street. Millinery at half
WANTED At once, woman to do
housework; small family, good
wiges. Inquire Mrs. F. E. Sturges,
423 North Second street.
MEN WANTED Somewhere every
day. If you are looking for a jod
put a want ad In The Evening Citi
zen's want column and i will do
OH KENT Pleasant, well furnish
ed front rooms, near business cen
ter; rates rea-snnnble. Corner
Sixth and Railroad. Apply at rear.
FOR RENT A few nicely furnished
rooms, with use of bath, very rea
sonable; no Invalids. Hotel Cralge,
Silver avenue, between First and
FOR RENT Several small cottages,
all nlcelv furnished for housekeep
ing. J. R. Block. Jemex Hot
Springs, N. M.
EMPLOYMENT If you need work
The Citizen's want column will fur
nish vou a quick and ready means
of securing It at a minimum ex
nendlture. Put a want ad In The
Citizen today and be at work tomor
row. FOR SALE Special low rates. To
Chicago. St. Louis and Kansas
Citv. one way or round trip tlr
kets furnished In nny part of the
. I'nlted States. Low rates to Cali
fornla. See us R 4 17 buy. Moore's
Ticket Office, 113 Central avenue,
Member American Ticket Brokers'
HH! SALE one six-room house
furnished. Apply at Mann Sad
dlery Co. 114 North Second street
FdR SAXEPitrlor set and dining
room couch: good as new and very
cheap. 4 23 Fruit avenue.
AS'AP The best paying hotel bust
riess In New Mexico for 11.800 cash
See It. L. Schutt, 219 South Second
FOR SALE Half Interest In estab
llshed poultry business. Hred-to-
Lav Poultry Yards. J. T. Harger,
prop.. 12th street and Mountain
tne want column
Citizen. Just what
looking for. An
of The Evening
you have been
advertising source sure to bring re
turns for small expenditure, 'iry
wnnt ad and be convlnceir.
Indorsed bv tlie County.
"The most popular remedy in Ofse
so county, and the nesi rrienci or my
family." writes Win. M. Dletz. editor
and publisher of the Otsego Journal
('illMitsvllle. X. v., "In Ir. King
New 1 Hscovfi-y. It has proved to be
an infallible cure fur coughs and
colds, making short work of the
worst of them. We always keep
bottle In the house. I believe It to
be the most valuable prescription
known for lung and throat diseases.
Cn.inintced to never disappoint the
tukf-r. bv all druggists. Price 50c and
$1,110. Trial bottle free.
"My child was burned terribly
uimn! th' face, neck nod chest. I
nr.i,l!,-d rd. Thomas' Kcleetrlc Oil
Tin- pain ceased and the child sank
Into a restful s eep." Mrs. M. Han
son, Hamburg. X. Y.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
I'our nmni adobe house
and alsuit an acre of
line garden land, V.
(cut nil uvenue $ HOO
Thrcu room liou-4. four
lots North l'ourlli
TVree room liousc anil
mi acre of land, three
miles north of town.. 400
Three room house, fur.
llslllHl coiiiplcsv, tw
gixMl liorses spring
vtn&oii unil one ucre
of In ml 500
Six room house, West
New York uvenue... 2,500
Six room house. West
Marquette avenue . . . 1,800
Six room brick house,
baili, ivllnr, I'ooiili
Apartments in lloie Hats,
lun to six rooms, iikmI
ci ii coiiM iiii nit s, $10 to 20.00
I'our room brick liouse,
bath, cellar, I'oiii'tli ward 23.00
Seven room brick house,
modern, f iirnisliol or un
furnished, close in.
Three rooms for lighthouse-
killing, closv in 15.110
I'ive room house, south
Ms-onil street 15.00
l'ie room frame, I1rt
2 1 5 W. st Gold ve.
PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS.
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Pianos, Organ
nurre, wagons ana omer Liuimi:
also on SALARIES AND WARS
HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low aa 11
and as high as $!00. Loam are I
quickly made and strictly prlrate
Time: One month to one year glyen
Goods remain In your possession
Our rates are reasonable. Call an
see us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
Steamship tickets to and from a
parts of the world.
Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg
303 H West Railroad Ave,
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. II F.Sl.
N. W.. Washington, D. C. Pensions
land patents, copyrights, caveats
letter patents, trade marks, claims
R. W. D. nryau.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Albuquer
que, N. M. Office, First Natlone
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNEY AT LAW.
Cromwell block, Albuquerque.
DR. J. E. KRAFT,
Rooms 2 and 2. Barnett building
over O'Rlelly's drug store. Phon
No. 744. Appointments made by mat.
111. C. A. KLLEK,
Armljo Building. Phone
Eklinund J. Alger, D. D. 8.
No. 306 Pallroad avenue. OtTle
hours, 9 a, m., to 1S:S0 p. m.;
m. to I p. m. Both phones. Ap
polntments made by mall.
V. M. SHERIDAN. M. D.
Ilomeopnthlc rhyslclan and Barrens
Occidental Life Building. Tele
phone 88S. Albuquerque, N. M.
I)K. It. U IIUST,
Physician and Surgeon.
Rooms 6 & 8, X. T. Armlio Hulldlng.
dhs. imoxsoN & mtoxsox.
llomiMipathtc l'hyslclnns nml Sur
geons. Over Y ami Ttrug Store.
I'hone, Ofllee nml Hesiilence, 02H.
1H. C. A. FllAXK.
Physician nml Surgeon.
Rooms 4 and 5. Barnett bldg. Of
fice hours 8 to 12 and 2 to 6, 7 to 8 I
YV. El'fJEXK PHOVIXES. M. D.
Specialist: Kye, Ear and Throat.
Iate assistant to chair of diseases of
eye. car and throat In Hospital Col-
lego of Medicine, Louisville, Ky.
I-.yes properly tested for glasses.
Rooms 6 and 8. X. T. Armlio build
F. W. Spencer. Rooms 46-47 Bar
nett building, Albuquerque, N. ki
Thns. K. D. Maddlson.
Office with W. B. Chlldera,
West Oold avenue.
Oet a free sample of Dr. Shoop's
"Hf.alth Coffee" at our store. If real
coffee disturbs your Stomach, your
Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever
Coffee Imitation. Dr. Shoop has
closely matched Old Java and Mocha
Coffee In flavor and taste, yet it has
not a single grain of real Coffee In It.
Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee Imitation
Is made from pure toasted grain or
cereals, with Malt, Xuts, etc. Made
In a minute. Xo tedious wait. Yon
will surely like It. """t by C. U.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Ltm Biff 44 for unnatural
trntttiooi or uicratioDt
of mil com nieuitirauei,
PtioleM, and out aatno-
gut or ptsikuiioui.
old bjr UravvUU,
or tent to plain wrapper,
br ipr, prepaid, (of
1.00. irS hotllfi 2 7V
Circular aeut ea rvqueat.
BTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
wt i " rn.na n.tiiipji rutins ii nit-iimn
ll. ii I i.fjr mi I. lie Hu -
to trlrU h t imiiIi"mii. mil in 1
vejopmt nl nt orfctMin unit btnlr. Nt
Hlni'Wl i'-tfifily f..l- sal'U'i r'f'HI
tilt III. t h'lMat iU, Ii unit - .lit- t.
r"nn t ((-"-fir . iter bii
vy mull. v d-iiinria
TOB AAS BY AKH A LOU
J&SflBl Si S
gW w bo. i winii.
f 1 rrMte fMliflM.
with the foot
The flexible sole Red Crosd
shoe iS COift TO ft Ct u 16 ftVttl
The burning and a chine
:aused by stiff soles and the
ivils of thin soles are pre
vented bv the Red Cross. It
mables a woman to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
N: Sr. Rti Ota
Ftuiu Celt BlmckTt
Let us fit you.
121 Railroad Artnoa
And Principal Eastern Points
On Sale Daily
June Is! to Sept. 30tii
rates, long limit, ticket to
on Limited and ail oiner
Call at ticket office ana we
will plan your trip back east- Wa
are all going. Why not youT
T. E. PURDY, Agent
A. T. & S. F. RY.
J. A. SLEYSTER
INSURAXCB, REAL E3TAT1
Rooms 12 and
14 Cromwell Bloc.
Telephone Ne. II.
Woman loves a clear, rosy com
plexion, nurdock Blood Bitters puri
fies the blood, clears te skin, restores
ruddy, sound health.
u iUMrs)u:u Rim tnouin moow
about Uie wuntiui ful
I ILK UCW Vvlml fjrl..
llrsl Must rmtittiw
lnl. It cleAtiSKS
A .a yonr ilniyvl.t for It.
II , II V K I., a, Dl
uther. lint Hiid ll&ntu fur
III i.lrnleii l.i,k- al.-.l. It tfr
full narMcu'iira ai.,1 .hri-ri . n. in-
Tilnitlil I" Imliia. M MO II. O.
t tu.lHIld Blrect, NtW IUUS,
KILL the COUGH
AND CURE the LUNGS
inn a ii ia
OLDS Trial Bonis Free
AND U THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES.
,0B HONEY HKFUNDKO.
Dr. A Uliunis InJIun I'll.
' i'iitiiiti.l '.vi. 1 cure lliluii
B.ti.i.i. ai.a lu'liiii
P:,t?i. 1, uii.Miri.s the tumori
tljo iu.-U;i,(T at mu mc'M
as is rutn o. u'ta lnsiuut .i
f. lr. illiams' luiliun lJile Ulis--nt
itnreiitsrt d lor I'ileii ami Itcli
Inic nf he private parts. ve.-y box Is
iirramc'. Uy dru.Ki-ts, ly ma l on r
clpt et pric- Ml cents u. fl.uu. VMiLLIA M
M'NUFACTUIIINS f 1 . Prop. 'l. relaml. Ob.
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