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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THVRSRAY. SF.PTEM BER 88. 1S07. PAGE SEVEJ. THE NEW CRYSTAL THEATER D. H. CORDIER, Mgr. 120 Gold Avenue Week of Sept. 23 GODFREY Celebrated Comedy Acrobat. J.'W. LOGAN Illustrated Song Singer. The Great V Kit V A LIN Ventriloquist. BILLY BEHAN The Dancer and Concertina Specialist Re-engagement of THE POUR r RANKS In a Laughable New Act. EDISON MOVING PICTURES LADIES: Especial souvenir mati nees every Tuesday and Friday. Matinees10 and 20 cents Evenings 1 0, 20and 30 cents ROLLER RINK A. i- r. . V' ., 4, J - . t.W li, . WW- A ..hi s OPEX Tuevlilays, Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 10 to 12 a. ni., 2 to S p. m., 7:30 to 10:30 p. in. Friday Nights Rcwerved for rrlvate Skating Parties. Admission, Including Skates. 25 lis. LADIES FREE. -A.c;l n iImmUjiti, IOc 45 Minutes of Amusement Grvstal Theatre Cor. Second St. and Lead Ave. O Program: Burglar's Cunning. A Good Ciar. The. Bell of the Hall. Vnder tlio Sea. SONGS: Just One Word of Consolation. Because You Were An Old Sweet heart of Mine. Elks' Theater ONE NIGHT Friday, Sept, 27th 37th Annual Tour The Oldest, Grandest and Costliest Organization on Earth. WH. H. WEST MINSTRELS Af OF AMERICA'S GREATEST vF MINSTREL STARS. A Georgeous Scenic Innovation Prices, SI.OO, 75c, SOc SEATS AT MATSON'S I-amo Hack. This is an aliment for which Chamberlain's Pain lialm has prov en especially valuable. In almost every instance It affords prompt and permanent relief. Mr. Luke La Grunge of Orange, Mich., says of it: After using a plaster and other rem edies for three weeks for a bad lame back. I purchased a bottle or Cham berlain's Pain Halm, and two appli cations affected a cure." For sale by All Druggist. Territorial Topics J. L. Brown, secretary of the Ari zona Sportsmen's association, ha Just issued a handsome program of the fifteenth annual tournament 01 the association, which will be held in Douglas on October 11, 12 and 13. On Monday, the first school In the new town of Warren, Ariz., was thrown open for the reception of the children whose residence l In that portion of the Warren district. Tucson, Ariz., has adopted an or dinance compelling all occupants of tents or ten houses In the city to remove them at once. The danger to public health compelled this move. "I believe that the end of 1907 will see Arizona leading Montana in the production of copper," says F. H. Horn, of Phoenix. Horn is pro moting the Two Queens property near Wlnkelman, and Is Interested In Nevada mines. Notice Is given that sealed bids will be received at the office of the clerk of the board of supervisors, at Solomonvllle, Ariz., up to the hour of 10 o'clock a. m., October 7, 1907, for the construction of a branch county Jail ut Clifton. The Fifth United States cavalry, now stationed at Fort Huachuc,, Ariz., will Mart within a few days on a twenty-one days' march to Fort Apache. The troopers will go In full marching order, complete equipment being carried, and a heavy wagon train will be taken along. Governor Kibbey of Arizona has honored a requisition from the gov ernor of California for the extradi tion of W. H. Carner, who Is wanted In Los Angeles for a statutory as Hiult committed upon his 13-year-old step-daughter. earner was in cus tody at Yuma, Delegate Mark Smith, of Tucson. Ariz., has sent to Chairman J. P. Dillon, of Prescott, a handsome silk Lnited States (lag, which will be pre sented to Gila county, as that county claims the honor of casting the high est percentage of Its vote against joint statehood In the election on November 6, 1906. Phoenix, Ariz., Republican: Those who are Interested In knowing what the possibilities of date culture are In this valley cannot do better than to drop around to the board of trade and take a look at a fine bunch of dates that were grown on the exueri mental farm, which is now under tne direction of Professor Wilson. Pointing out that they must pay luxes on lasi years rate wnile other taxpayers pay on this year's which Is 65 cents under the old rate, those Douglas. Ariz., persons who onlv pay personal taxes are raising a mighty nowi, claiming it is not the square aeai ana asserting that they should oe reimbursed for the difference. Lovers of pool and others who may not play the game but who may learn, are going to find that there will be any amount of playing going on in xempe, Ariz., this winter, the reason of which is oovtous when It Is stated that the price per cue per game in snortiy to De cut to the reg ular eastern city price, 2 cents per cue The bears in the vicinity of Mora, N. M., are reported as becoming quite tame. Mr. Ogle, of Tres Pled ras, who was there a few days ago, states that a bear came Into an or chard at that place in the morning ana gave one of the residents a ibad scare. The man then secured a gun and went out to look for the animal, but all that he could find was nu merous tracks through the orchard. Within the past few weeks two women have made good by selling Yuma county, Ariz., mines for $10. 000 each. Just across the northern boundary a Yavapai county woman has duplicated the experience in a fashion by making a rich Ktrlke. The woman Is Mrs. Jennie Clarke, who hap made a new find of high grade silver on her claim near the Great Peck property in the Uradshaw mountains. The Phoenix Republican says: The quail season in Arizona opens Octo ber 15. The authorities have been notified that parties have been driv ing out rrom town the past two weeks and killing a few quail. These are evidently people who are ignor ant of the law, or who feel that they cannot kill game after the season opens. Several new deputies have been appointed by the game com mission, and all sections where quail are hunted will be closely watched for the next three weeks. The fish and game commission has a standing reward of $5 for information that leads to conviction of parties killing quail out or season. HOTEL AIUUVALS. Grand tVntrul J. B. Donahue, Kl Paso; L. W. i'ettltt, Las egas; Edward Mays, Denver, Colo.; C. O. Mitchell, Las egas; F. A. Xeely. Chicago; C. It. I. wis and family, Santa Ana, Cal.; U. L. Swearlngin, Laj Vegas. SI urges. K. B. Newman, llolbrook, Ariz.; Anna 1. Kngle, Paquate, N. M. ; J. 1. Luide, St. Louis; D. R. McWII llams, Sn Francisco; W. . Lowns- rierry. .Seattle, Wash.; A. J. Abbott, Santa Fe; J. F. Gibbons, Wichita, Kan.; Kugenio Romero, Las Vegas; J. G. Sutherland, San Marclal; It. Hi. niero, Torreon, N. M. Alvarii lo. Oliver A. Jewett, San Francisco n.irr) j. i.oeu, mi. louis; t . li. t llg ham, St. Louis; Caldwell Yeaman, Denver; A. W. Gunn and wife, Sin Francisco; L. C. Keeker and wife, Helen; M. S'. Jones and wife. San Francisco; Mr. and Mrs. J. Van Der- water. Knoxville, Tenn.; C. Van Der water. Chicago; W. T. White, Ros- well; S. . Levy and wife. Galves ton, Tex.; Thomas Patterson, Gilxon, .. M . ; I. Westwater. Heuton, N. M.; John Jennings, Gibson, N'. M. ; A. M J.u k-on, Denver; K. Kohn, Cincin nail, ti ; is. . cox. Chicago; J. G. lavares. sail rrancisco; (. L. Old ham. Dallas. Texas; J. Ilrandon. Den ver. Geo. Nettstein, Cedar Rapids, low a. Savoy. T. F. Houlahan, Trinidad; I'. J Pelzer, San Marclal; II. K. Taylor, SI. Luis; L. Drokaw. rt. Louis; T. W. Daily. Wlnslow, Ariz.; C. H. Cor dis, Ash Folk, Ariz. t'rulg. L. R. Moody. Las Vegas; Mrs. L, McCorinkk. Denver; R. M. tiifl, F.1 Paso; W. H. Martin, Rlncon, N. M J. K. Jimenez. Las Cruces; C. O. autton, LI Pao. THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE FOR RENT FOR RENT Two rooms for light housekeeping. No invalids. 501 North Second street FOR ltKNT With or without board. one furnished room. 800 South Edith street. FOR RENT Pleason furnished room io lady In good health, (28 SouthArno street. FOR RENT OR PALE The Minne apolis House, 44 rooms, all fur nished. Can be run as a hotel and rooming house. Best paying prop erty In Albuquerque. For terms write or call on me at El Paso, Texas, general delivery, C. D. Warde. FOR SALE FOR BALE A 10-hole hotel range. In good condition. Scheer & War lick, 206 East Central avenue. FOR SALE M rs. A. Kobertl will sell some of her household furniture and lots of other things; 1002 South East street. FOR SALE Five-room modern house, most fashionable district In city. Cheap if sold at once. B. N. Citizen. FOR SALE OR RENT A newly built house, with 160 feet front ground. Inquire 9 IS North Sixth street. Owner. FOR SALE A first class unused ticket to the City of Mexico and return. Address "Ticket," care Citizen office. FOR SALE 102 Armljo Avenue, two houses; barn, etc. $2,000, $1,600, cash. B. O. T. Apply on premises. E. A. Cantrell. FOR SALE Ranches from 4 to 60 acres each, all under main Irriga tion ditch. Near city. Albuquer que Land Company, room 9, Crom well Bldg. FOR SALE Half Interest in estab lished poultry business. Bred-to- Lay Poultry Yards. J. T. Harger, prop., 12th street and Mountain road. FOR SALE) 3-room frame house, cellar, barn, shed, shade trees, vines, corner East Copper and Lo cust, $800, $600 cah. B. O. T. E. A.Cantrel, 102 Armijo avenue. FOR SAL& 4-room frame house, barn, chicken yard, out house, cor ner East and Cromwell, $1,000, $800 cash. B. O. T. E. A. Cantrel, 102 Armljo avenue. FOR SALE Two and a half horse power Fairbanks & Morse gasoline engine, at one-third cost. Just the thing to run machines at the fair or pump water. Call up phone 1415. FOR KALE 'Magnificent assortment of fruit trees, grape vines, rosea and ornamental stock. Let us fig ure on your requirements in wal nuts, either In grafted or seedling trees. Luther Burbank's latest creations. Largest nurseries on the Pacific coast; 1.200 acres. Capital paid In, $200,000.00. New illus trated catalogue and price list mailed free, contains valuable In formation. Address, Fancher Creek Nurseries, Box 69, Fresno, Califor nia. Geo. C. Roeding, president and manager. PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINO MATERIALS, ETC. Alibuquerque. N. M., Sept. 14, 1907. Sealed pro posals, plainly marked on the outside of the envelope "Proposals for Build ing Materials, etc.", and addressed to the undersigned at Albuquerque, N. M., will be received at the Indian School until two o'clock p. m., of Oct. 10, 1907, for furnishing and de livering at the school as required during the fiscal year ending June 30, 1908. about 37,000 feet of lumber, 28.000 shingles. 84 doors, windows and transoms, 18 columns, 102,000 brick, 16 squares sftiingles, 880 feet of valley, 111 feet of stone sills, 1,357 square yards plastering, 250 barrels cement, 2 boilers, 2 lavatories, 2 clos ets, a bath tub, and a quantity of pipe, electrical supplies, radiation, etc., etc., as per list and specifications obtainable at the school. Didders must state In their bid the proposed price of each article to be offered un dr contract. All articles so offered will be BUbJect to rigid inspection. The right is reserved to reject any or all bids or any part of any bid if deemed for the .best interests of the service. Each bid must be accom panied by a certified check or draft on some United States depository or solvent national bank, made payable to the order of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs for at least 6 per cent of the amount of the proposal, which check or draft shall be forfeited to the United States In case a bidder receiving an award shall fall to ex ecute promptly a satisfactory con tract In accordance with his bid; otherwise to be returned to the bid der. Bids accompanied by cash In lieu of certified check will not be considered. For further Information apply to BURTON D. CUSTER, SU PER! NTEN DENT. .who: for pi mac.vnox. Department of the Interior, Land oillce at Santa Fe, X. M., Sept. 23, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Thos. J. McNeill, heir of Mary J. McNeill of Dluewater. N. M.. has filed notice of his Intention to make final five year proof In support of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 7161 made Aug. 4, 1907, for the NEU WV1,, Section 22, Township 12N., Range 11W.. and that said proof will be made before Sllvestre Mlrabal, U. S. court commissioner, at San Ra fael. N. M., on November 5, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence uikpii, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Hiram Chapman. Samuel C. Young Eugene T. Chapman, Ernest A. Tictjen, all of Rluewater. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. For a mild, easy action -t the bow els, a single dose of Loan's Regulet U enough. Treatment cures habitual constipation. 25 cents a box. Ask your druggist fwr them. j I C LASSJFIED ADS I WANTED WANTED Lumber grader, ratchet setter, fireman, edgerman and night watchman. Also cooks for small families, good wages and waitress es. Colburn's Employment Agency, 109 West Silver avenue. Phone 480. WANTED Girl stenographer. San Jose Market. WANTED Bell ooys at the Alva rado. WANTED Sacks at Hahn's coal yard. WANTED A cook temporarily. Ap ply, 107 North Twelfth street. WANTED Boys 14 to 16 years old at the American Lumber Co. WANTED ? You can gel it through this column. WANTED Young man or lady, clerk. Western Union Telegraph Company. WANTED A chambermaid, must have references. The Casa de Oro, 613 West Gold avenue. WANTED Position by first class tile setter, cement and granolithic worker. Can give references. Ad dress, B., Citizen office. WANTED A competent cook. Ap ply with references to the Casa de Oro, 613 West Oold avenue. WANTED At once Competent girl to do general housework. Small family, highest wages. 702 West Copper avenue WANTED Man with oillce exper ience for general office work In this city. Address, X., care Even ing Citizen. WANTED A salesman In general merchandise store; must speak Spanish and English. Address, F. S., this oillce. WANTED" SPANISH STUDENTS 12 lessons $3.00, Monday, Wednes day and Friday nights. Attend our night school. Albuquerque Business College. Library building. WANTED Ladies desiring new fall styles in millinery to call on Miss Crane, 612 North Second street. Millinery and dressmaking parlors. Also apprentices wanted. Phone 944. WANTED Able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, 20$ E. Central Ave,, Albuquerque, New Mexico. LOST and FOUND LOST A gold breast pin with ca meo Betting, between Casino and Edith street. Reward If returned to 202 South Edith street. LOST An opportunity if you did not use these columns. FOUND Through The Albuquerque Citizen. SALESMEN WIANTED SALESMEN $75 per week and expenses. Staple spec ialty. Old established house. Per manent. High priced men inves tigate. Reference. Frank R. Jen- nlngs, Sales Mgr., Chicago. III. WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line; high commissions with $100.00 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess li. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WA NTED Salesmen Old establish ed specialty paint house can use traveling salesman. Salary and ex penses. Must be able to refer to former employers. Give references when applying. The Eclipse Paint and Mfg. Co., Cleveland. Ohio." A ROY OH GIRL CAN EARN AS MUCH AS A MAN. We want boys and girla who want to earn money to solicit subscriptions to The Kansas City Weekly Star. Don't hesitate because you are young, as you can do the work as readily as older persons and we will pay you Just the lame, The Kansas City Weekly Star is the best known week ly newspaper In the west and your spare time spent working for It will pay you handsomely, not In toys, watches or other small wares, but In cash. Write today for terms and full Information. Address THE KANSAS CITY WEEKLY STAR Kansas City, Mo. DeWIU's Little Early Risers are good for any one who needs a pill. Scld by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. A mam want ad every day, Will tell the public what you say. If you have goods you want to sell, A little ad, your friends will i tell ! ar amsw t I i m . m mw I Wll A 19 1 w m r j i i a . ' m , at w i i i I ( eXSA -4CT 1 v " i DAILY THAN OPPORTUNITIES PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Flanoa, Organs Horeea, Wagons and other Chattels also on SALARIES AND WAR1 HOUSE) RECEIPTS, aa low a $lt and as high as $100. Loans art quickly made and strictly private Time: One month to on year given Goods remain In your possession Our ratee are reasonable. Call anO see us before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship ticket to and from parts of the world. Rooms I and 4, Orant Bldg. $03 H West Railroad Ave, PRIVATE) OFFICH8. Open Evening. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOn SALE. 6 acres good garden land and three-room abode house $ 800 Three room house, four low. North Fourth street 1,000 Tli roe room house and an acre of land, three mile north of town. . 400 Three room house, fur nished complete, two good horses, spring wagon and one acre of land 600 Six room house. West New York avenue . . . 2,500 Six room house, West Marquette avenue . . . 1,800 New 4-room house, cement walks, bam. lot 80x800 feet, Jim outside city Ilm itn. . . 1,750 Ranches, from 2 to 200 acres. FOR RENT. IfotiHcti. from 2 to 8 rooms. Six room brick house, bath, cellar, Fourth ward $20.00 Money to loon in sums to suit. A. Montoya 215 Wfst Gold ive. Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are proving to the people without a penny's cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all drug gists. MEN AND WOMEN. tw Bis u fnroDUMural diirhftrKM.laflfttiiUiktioua, Irritationa or ulceratiua,! , auiMf. of niucuua mitubraiiM 'Mt ASOtlfllCl CO. g,ol ur poltonuni. OINClUn.O 1 Mml4 by brasglala, B.S.. 1 or wil ta plain wrappar. 1 or aanl tn J bf aiprai 1 SI M. or Circular i a. prapam, lor but lira li 7S. MUt Oa IWlUMt. KILL the COUCH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King: WITH s Nev Discovery VAta .JBflaaaaV .. ak. a PBICE H!H ff'UUUna iftoAtTna. wii V. OLDS Trial Bottl. rrae AND ALL THROAT AND IUNQTR0UBLE8. GUARANTEED SATIBfACXOitY no Mr.wv T' fyTTWnlro g Property fi To Sell or Rent 8 List It With H M. L. SCHUTT R 219 South 2nd Strut H 0 Agent for Q 8 Traveler' Insurance Co , x Q Hartford. Coon. i i YOU CAN SEE IN PHYSICIANS V. M. SIIERXD.W, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgeon -in-,;.. Occidental life nulldlng. TeloplKHie, 888. DR. R. Ii. mjST Physician and Surgeon Rooms 8 A 7, N. T. Armljo Rulldlng. DR. SOIXMON L. RURTON. Physician and Surgeon. Highland office, 610 South Walter street. Thone 1030. DRS. BRONSON & BROXSOX nomeopathlo Physicians and Sur geons. Over Vann's Drug Store. Phone, Office and Res., 828. DR. O. A. FRANK Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 4 and 5 Bamett Building. Office hours, 8 to 12, 2 to S, and 7 to 8 p. m. DENTISTS 1)11 J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgery. Rooms S and 8. Harnett nulldlng, Over O'RIelly's Drug store. Appointments made by mall. Phone 744. KDMTJXD J. ALGER, D. D. S. Office hours, 0 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 1:30 to 5 p. ro. Appointments made by mail. 308 West Central Ave. Phone 458. LAWYERS R. V. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law. Office, First National Bank Building, Alubqnerque, f. M. E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Office Cromwell Block, Alubmicrque, N. M. IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law. Pensions, Land Patents, Copyrights, Caveats, Letter Patents, Trade Marks, Claims. 33 F. street, N. M. Washington, D. C. THOS. K. D. MADDISON Attorney-at-Law. Office with W. B. Childers, 117 West Gold Avenue. INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public. Room 12 and 14, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, N. M. Phone 188. A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Building Association 217 West Central Avenue. MISCELLANEOUS WILLIAM WALLACE M'CLELLAN Justice of the Peace, Precinct No. 12. Notury Public. Collections. Office 221 North Second Strx'et. Residence 723 North Fourth Street, Alubquerque, N. M. BORDERS, I'NDERTAKER. F. W. SPENCER Architect. 1221 South Walter. Phono 555. Had Tetter for TlUrtr Yiwr. I have suffered with tetter for th'rtv years and have tried slrnot countless remedies with little, If any, relief. Three boxes of Chamber lain's Salve cured me. It waa a tor ture. It breaks out a little some times, but nothing to what It used to do. D. H. Reach. Midland City, Ala. Chamberlain's Salve la for aaie by Alt Druggista. A MONTH BUSINESS CARDS BUTTERNUT Look for the Label French Bakery Co. 202 E. Central" P. Matteuccr riRST CLASS SHOEMAKER' AND REPAIRER ORKKN MONT, 109 North riro Highland Livery Saddle horses a specialty. Be drivers In the city. Proprietors "Sadie," the picnic witm. BAMBROOK BROS. Phone BBS. 112 John Street MILylvINBRY New Fall Hats, Up-To-Date Styles LADIES' TAILORING And DRESSMAKING MISS cifAhirr FANCY DRY GOODS Stamping Bone to Order. Materials for FA NCY WORK Mrs. M. C Wilson 224 W. Bold W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. OVERT, 8ALE, FEED ANT TRANSFER STABLES. Horaea and Mules Bought and changed. BEST TOURNOUT9 IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad an Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL. THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When in need of sash, door, frames etc. Screen work itpecUlty. 4 South First street. Telephone 403. Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PATVT One Gallon Covers 800 Square Fere.- IALMJTTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Lasts Five Years. JAP-A-LAC. 403 Waal Railroad Avanua TOTI aft GRADI Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, . urain ana miel. Fins Line of Imported Wines Liquor, and Cigars. Place your orders fe' this line with us. 1 11-1 11-11 7 NORTH TH -J ST. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Mast Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL K.LIKNWOK7? Masonlo Building, North Tuird atrt GOLD1 AVE. HOI SE FURNISHERS. NEW AND SECONDHAND. WE BUY I IOCS K HOLl GOODS, 214 W. GOLD AVE. G. NIK1SEN, MANAGER. Clarkville Coal Yard All kinds of cxml and wood. JOHN S. BEAVEN, PHONE 4. AN'TIIR CITE all Um.-. AMERICAN BLOCK. MILLWOOD. KINDLING. MOCNTA1X WOOD. Bring ua your jou or, Prices che very lowest and the work will' stand Inspection ar.y where. Business.' and c ail ins card a specialty. 0 S X i