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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1IM7.
'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CIVIZEN. PA nr. srtew. THE NEW CRYSTAL THEATER D. H. CORD ICR, Mgr. I Gold A venue Week of October 7 D ELM A 9 and MARTINET TE Novelty Artists. ILLUSTRATED SONGS MOLLY THOMPSON Tlio Dutch Girl. Re-ongngcmont of LaBORO and RYERSON Singing and Dancing. NEW MOTION PICTURES Matinee every afternoon at 2:30. Ijulies Souvenir Matinees every Tues day and Friday. -A. cl m 1 i t ti : Matinees 10 and 20 cents Evenings 10, 20 and 30 cents ELKS THEATER LAST NIGHT TEXAS A rtrllliant Tiny of the Great West The . . . Hollingsworth . . Twins Own Company Popular Prices: 15, 25, and 35c. Seats at Matson's No Breaking-in needed The flexible sole Red Crnc Shoe is comfortable from he start. I The burning and aching cnused by stiff soles ind the pvils of thin soles aie pre sented by the Red Crc ss. It enables a woman to be on her Feet for hours at a time with :omfort. A stylish s7we that's absolutely rem fort able Ni. Si, Rid Crm tauut Cth Bltirt $4-0O )xforcls, $.1.5 lifrh Shoes, $4.00 let us fit you, WM. CHAPLlh 121 Railroad Anno A Quick and Safe Remedy for Bowel Complaints. Twenty years ago Mr. Geo. W. Brock discovered that Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Heme dy was a quick and safe cure for bowel complaints. "During all of these years," he says, "I have used it and recommended It many time and the results have never yet disap pointed me." Mr. Brock Is publisher of the Aberdeen, Md., Enterprise. For sale by all druggists. o One pint miners' watei cures and prevents constipation. Ask yor gro cer for K. .. . 1. ., . ,!i ..:;-. sf tviih tht footnxJ I HINDUS COMING IN THROUGH MEXICO Immigration Officials Obliged To Keep Close Watch For Them Now. El raso. Tel., Oct. 19. OfTlctals tilling the Texas, New Mexico and Arizona borders are keeping a close waicn. lor .Hindus who are reported iu De trying to cross into this coun try from Mexico. An Invasion of Texas by Hindu la borer from India Is feared by the Immigration officers, and the ad vance guard of the Aslastic horde has appeared on the Mexican border Three Hindus were captured several days ago a short distance from Eagle Pass as they were stealing across the Rio Grande. The appearance of the Hindus foreshadows the beginning of an in vaslon on the southern border of the Lnlted States, similar to the Invasion now being embattled on the Cana dian border. The Hindus are said to be a greater menace to American workingmen than the Japanese or uninese cooiibb. New Movement. The Hindu Immigration Is a new movement, and it Is only the past year that they have appeared In large number at the border. The past few months the Indians have landed on American shores In alarm ing numbers, and it Is almost an Im possibility to prevent them pouring into the United States over the Ca nadian border. Hundreds of additional Immigra tion inspectors have been employed and every effort is being made to stem the tide. It is feared that the advent or the Hindus on the Mexican border Is the first chapter In another radical tidal wave which will Inun date the country with cheap labor. None In Territory. T. F. Schmucker, chief of the local Immigration Inspectors, said last eve ning. 'In speaking of the threatened Invasion, that he had received no in structions from Washington regard no knowledge of the matter further no knowledge of the matter dfurther than that published In the San An tonio papers. No Hindus have at tempted to cross the border at this point. Every precaution will be tak en, however, to prevent Asiatics rrom crossing the border. In case of a determined effort to get into the United States from Mex ico on the part of the Hindus, El Paso and vicinity will probably be the objective point of a large num ber. Out cf Sight. "Out of sight, out of mind." Is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore, burn or wound that's been treated with Bucklen'i Arnica Salve. It's out of sight, out of mind and out of existence. Piles too and chilblains disappear under Its heal ing influence. Guaranteed by all dealers. 60c. o HOTEL, ARRIVALS. Alvarado. Clarence Wesley Patten, Boston, Mass.; Tom McGlntey, Denver; D. W. Odgen, Kansas City; W. B. Gar side, El Paso; Mrs. M. C. Wiley, Bt Paul, Minn.; J. W. Fisher, Denver; Walker Evans, Jr., Chicago; L. F. Woothy, St. Louis; C. Gerry Johnson, Winchester, Mass. St urges. J. E. Bump. lngmont. Colo.: C. E. Hall, Russell, Kar..; Antonio Sala zar, Estancla; S. Horabln, Kettner; John Naglller, Thoreau; J. U. Ger mann, Thoreau; Chas. Jones. Thor eau; L. P. Thomas. Jr., Cincinnati; M. R. Norton, St. Louis; F. w. Wey ander, St. Louis; Manuel Sanchez, i-jsiancia; v. ti. Hartlett, Socorro; C. M. Pierce, San Francisco. Grand Central. P. B. Wells. S. Morean. F. A. Neely, Las Vegas; J. U. Hegeney, Salt Lake City, Utah; W. W. Rem sen, Fresno, Cal.; P. W. Jack. Fort Lupton, Colo.; T. K. Bayard. S. Stu art, W. G. Schlll, N". H. Cramer, Las Vegas. Cralge. P. Adams, Bluffton, Ind.: J. L. Scovll, H. L. West, It. J. Moreno, V. P. Edie, Ilev. W. S. Huggett, Gallup. Savoy. Mrs. J. W. Miller and son, Jemez Springs; J. L. Young, Helen; F. Bas tian, Wlnslow; Jack Bomers, Oak land; W. D. Reed. Belen; W. Clarke, Omaha; T. H. Love and wife, Den ver; Jesse Gill, Pines, N. M. If real coffee disturbs your stom ach, your Heart or Kidneys, then try this clever Coffee imitation Dr. Shoop's Health Coffee. Dr. Shoop has closely matched old Java end Mocha Coffee In flavor and taste, yet it has not a single grain of real coffee in It. Dr. Shoop's Health Cof fee Imitation Is made from pure toasted grains or cereals, with Malt, Nuts, etc. Made In one minute. No tedious long wait. You will surely like it. Get a free sample at our store. C. N. Brigham. run OVER BY WAGON. Robert Put ton Seized With an At tack of Vertigo, Fell I'nder Uie Wheels. Fort Stanton, N. M., Oct. 19. While driving a team loaded with two tons of alfalfa, Robert Patton was seized by an attack of vertigo and fell from, the wagon, two wheels of which passed over his left arm, completely crushing it. Tbe Injured man was picked up by Walter Hyde and taken in to I'apltan, where he was attended by Dr. Parvls of Fort Stanton. He was employed by the El Cap! tan Cattle & Land company and was on his way to the Block ranch when the accident happened. Mr. Scott of the company was notified and hast ened to Capltan. UN lHar Old Mother. "My dear old mother, who Is now eighty-three years old. thrives on Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken them for about two years and enjoys an excellent appetite, feels strong and sleeps well. That's the way Electric Bitters affect the aged, and the same happy results follow in all rases of female weakness and gener al debility. Weak, puny children too, are greatly strengthened by them. Guaranteed also for stomach, liver and kidney troubles, by all dealers. tc. THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE FOR RENT FOR RENT Good rooms on car line. 601 South Third. FOR RENT Pleasant rooms near business center. 624 West Central. FOR RENT Three rooms for light housekeeping. 420 West Santa Fe avenue. EOR RENT Fine front room with private porch. No invalids. 416 South Third street. FOR RENT Three large front rooms, modern, with breakfast. 409 West Hunlng avenue. FOR RENT Furnished rooms with or without board. 823 South Third street. FOR RENT Three handsome rooms good locality. No invalids. 622 West Lead avenue. FOR RENT Nice room and board at 615 East Central avenue, best In the city; prices reasonable. FUR RENT Nice room and board at 615 East Central avenue. Best In the city. Price reasonable. TO LET Established rirst class bar privilege to responsible party. Best location in the city. Address, X. Y.Z.,Cltlzen. FOR RENT two nicely furnished rooms, bath and electric light. Use of telephone. Call at 517 West Gold avenue. FOR RENT Modern rooms and board, (25 per month. Mrs. Eva L. Craig, 602 South Second street, upstairs. FOR RENT Three rooms for light housekeeping, 112 per month, light and water paid. Fine new house. 4us North Second. FOR RENT OR SALE 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 SALE Two lots on corner. A bargain. $250. Dale Realty Co., 100 South Broadway. FOR SALE Equity in 4-room frame, city water, stable, poultry house, large lot, Highlands. V250. Room 9. N. T. Armljo building. FOR SALE Five-room modern house, most fashionable district in city. Cheap if sold at once. B. N. Citizen. FOR SALE: 102 Armljo Avenue, two houses; barn, etc. 12,000, 11,500, cash. B. O. T. Apply on premises. E. A. Cantrell. FOR SALE Two good horses, good harness and surry, cheap. 409 West Hunlng avenue. FOR SALE HONEY Ten pounds for $1; 60 pound can for $5. Or der by postal. W. P. Allen, P. O. Box 202. Albuquerque, N. M FOR SALE Two nice homes In Highlands at a bargain. Must sell. Will consider offer. Albuquerque Hatters, In car. West Gold avenue. Fult SALE Four residences 5-room modern. cheap; good location. Dale Realty Co., 100 South Broad way. 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 3-room frame house. cellar, barn, shed, shade trees, vines, corner East Copper and Lo cust. S00. $600 cash. B. O. T. E. A. Cantrel, 102 Armljo avenue. FOR SALE 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. Hard Times In Kansas. The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the prosperous Kansas of today; al hough a citizen of Codell, Earl Shamburg, has not yet forgotten a hard time he encountered. He says: "I was worn out and discouraged by couching night and day, and could find no relief till I tried Dr. King's New Discovery. It took less than one bottle to completely cure me." The safest and most reliable cough cure and lung and throat healer ever discovered. Guaranteed by all deal ers. 60c and $100. Trial botUa free. STACY AND CO. IV BUSINESS AGAIN. FRONT POOR CIOSED FOR FEW DAYS, PENDING IN VOICE OF OLD STOCK AND Alt RANGFMENT OF OUR NEW LINE. CALL AT SIDE DOOR OR PHONE 711. 325 SOUTH SECOND STREET. If you haven't the time to everclse regularly. Doan"s Regulets will pre vent constipation. They Induce a mild. easy, healthful action of the bowels, without griping. Ask your druggist for them. 25c. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Relieves Colds by working them out of the system through a copious and healthy action of the bowels. Relieves coughs by cleansing the mucous membranes of the throat, chest and bronchial tubes. "As pleatant to tb tstt as Mapl Sugar" Children Like It Fit BACKACHE WEAK MONEYS Try BiWltt'i Kldnej ind Bladdir Pilli-Suri ind Sad THE J, H. O'RIELLY CO. Avenue. I CLASSIFIED AD S WANTED WANTED Sacks at Hahn's coal yard. WANTED Table boarders. South Second street. 607 WANTED Boarders, good meals, 707 South Third stret. WANTED Washing to do at home. 1201 South Broadway. WANTED Eoys 14 to 16 years old at the American Lumber Co. WANTED Position by competent stenographer. Address, P. O. Box 889. WANTED By two adults, two light housekeeping rooms. Address, A. C, care Citizen office. WANTED To borrow $3,000 on Im proved city property. Room 9, N. T. Armljo building. WANTED Fine dressmaking at reasonable rates. 513 South Third street. WANTED Your old hats and-suits to make like new. Albuquerque Hatters, In the car. WANTED Girl for general house work. Apply 611 South Second street. WANTED Ladles 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 40 head of horses for winter pasture, 80 acres of first class alfalfa pasture at Alameda. Good water, good fence. Terms, $1.60 per month. Address, Brill & Ross. Box 443 Albuquerque. WANTED Salesmen, to sell our advertising signs, calendars, ther miomeiers, fans, leather goods, etc. Finest side line out.. AVrlte for terms. Mahon Novelty Co., Box 130, Kenton, Ohio. WANTED Able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 21 and 85; citizens of United States, of good character and temperate habits. w-ho can speak, read and write j English. For information apply to Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico. SALESMEN 8ALESMEN Experienced in any line to sell general trade In New 'Mexico. Liberal commissions with $35 weekly advance. One sales man earned $981.70 during last two months, his first work. Contl- nental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, O 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 H. Smith W. Detroit, Mich. MALE HELP WANTED Write and we will ex plain how we pay any man $85 per month' and all traveling expen ses, such as horse hire, railroad fare, hotel bills, etc., to take or ders for the greatest portrait house in the world. Your salary will be guaranteed and paid weekly If pre ferred. Address, G. J. Martel, Dept. 549, Chicago. LOST and FOUND LOST A corral collar and a cameo head clasp, between First and Twelfth street on Central avenue. Liberal reward if returned to Citi zen office. Stomach troubles, Heart ami Kid ney ailments can be quickly correct ed with a prescription known to druggists everywhere a Dr. Shoop's Restorative. The prompt and sur prising relief which this remedy im mediately brings Is entirely due to Its Restorative action upon the con trolling nerves of the Stomach, etc. Sold by all dealers. Dr. Vaucaire's Formula Recommended by Mrs. Henry Symes, to develop the bust from 4 to 6 inches. Guaranteed to be made from the true Galega Extract. Is perfectly hai mless. The Vaucalre Formula is a general tonic, but It has n specific effect upon the bust. Price 75 cents. For sale by Highland Pharmacy and Al varado Pharmacy THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY MARK TWAIN The greatest literary sensation of the century, begins cxcIuhIvo puuli" cation in the illustrated magazine of THE SUNDAY NEWS-TIMES ON SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27 The people of two continents have been waiting for M.irk Twain's Au tobiography 011 whii-h he has been engaged for years. Now you have it! Sl'IiSCRIITlOX RATI: The News. Per Month $0.75 I'er Ytar K.OO Sunday Only, per year 2.50 Weekly News-Tim-s, per year. 1.00 The Times. Per Month $0.45 I'er Year 6.20 With Sunday News, per mo.. .65 With Sunday News, per year. . 7. SO AddrctM. THE NEWS-TIMES PUBLiSHIKS COMPANY Denver, Colo. DAILY THAN i . OPPORTUNITIES PERSONAL PROPERTY LOANS. MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, tfanoa. Organs Horse, Wagons and other Chattel also on SALARIES ANX WARS HOUSE) RECEIPTS, a low as $11 and a high as $100. Loan art quickly made and strictly private Time: On month to on year given Good remain In your possession Our rate are reasonable. Call anf e ti before borrowing. THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from part of the world. Room $ and 4, Grant Bldg. 103 H Went Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES. Open evenings. REAL ESTATE BARGAINS FOR SALE. Three room house, four lota, North 4Ui street. .. $1,000 Three room house and an acre of land, tliree miles north of town 400 Six room house, West New York avenue 2,500 Six room house, West Mar quette avenue 1,800 Six room brick, modern, closo In 3,250 Seven room brick, mod ern 8,500 3!4 aero ranch north of town 300 Ranches from two to 200 acres. Txta In all parts of town. 30-aero alfalfa ranch with in a few blocks of uie Ktreet car line 4,500 60-aere alfalfa ranch Ave milen north of town $65 per acre. 20 acre good agrlculaural land. 3 miles north of town 600 Two ItiiKlneHs properties on Gold avenue at a price that will pay ten per cent net on Investment. FOR RENT. Houses from 2 to 8 rooms. Money to loan In sums to suit. A. MONTOYA Real Estate and Loans. Notary Public. 215 W. Gold Ave. COOCOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ n.VItGAINS IN REAL ESTATE 4- room brick, modern. 8 2.150 11 -room brick modern 10,000 5- room frame, modern 2,200 6- room brick, modern 3,200 H-rooni frame, modern 3,500 1-story hrlck storeroom size 25x60 3,000 1 store building, good location 7,500 160-aero ranch, under ditch 6,100 Best Pitying hotel bui- nesM in city, tush. . . . 1,800 M. L. SCHUTT 219 South 2nd Strut A Criminal Attack, on an Inoffensive citizen is frequent ly made in that apparently useless little tube called the "appendix." It'i generally the result of protracted constipation, following liver torpor. Ir. King's New Life Pills regulate the liver, prevent appendicitis, and establish regular habits of the bow els. 25c at all dealers. If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Our work is as our name implies, and our charges are right. Standard Plumbing &, Heating Cq I Y MAILrjf!! XPRtS5 X (.M.','V:f'.v?gXT YOU CAN SEE IN PHYSICIANS V. M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surgoon Occidental Ufe Bunding. Telephone, 880. IR. It. li. lrCST Physician and Surgeon Rooms 6 A 7, X. T. Armljo Building. I)lt. SOLOMON L. BURTON. Physician and Surgeon. Highland office, 610 South Walter street. Phone 1030. DRS. B RON SON A BRONSON Homeopatliio Physician and Sur geons. Over Vann'n Drug Store, Phone. Office and Hen.. 28. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgery. Rooms 9 and S, Burnett Building, Over O'Rlelly's Im store. Appointments made by mail. Phone T44. EDMUND J. ALGF.R, D. D. 8. Office hours; 9 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. 1:30 to 5 p. m. Appointments mode by mail. 300 West Central Ave. Phone 458. LAWYERS R. W. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law. Office, First National Rank Building, Alubquerque, N. M. E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Office Cromwell Block, Alubquerque. N. M. IRA M. EOND Attorney at Law. Pensions, Land Patents, Copyrights, Caveats, latter Patents, Trade Marks. Claims, 32 F. street, N. M. Washington, D. O. TTIOS. K. D. IkLADDISOX Attorney-a t-Law. Office with W. 3. Chllders, 117 West Gold Avenue. INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public Room 12 and 11. Cromwell niock, Albuquerque, Pi. M. Phone 138. A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Building Association ?17 west central Avenue. MISCELLANEOUS WILLIAM WALLACE M'CLELLAN Justice of Uie Peace, Precinct No. 12. Notary Public. Collections. Office 224 North Second Street. Residence 723 North Fourth Street, Alubquerque, N. M. BORDERS, UNDERTAKER. V. W. SPENCER Architect. 1221 South Walter. Phone 553. A. J. MORKLLI Merchant Tailor Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits CLEANED, PRESSED and REPAIRED I OS North rirst Street 'r.N. IvlNVILIvlC STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES IJet Grade of flour. Coffees, Teas and Spices a Specialty. Everything In market always on hand "l llli UUMT ALtVA X n. Phone 2iH 508 W. Central Ave. If you take DeWltt's Kidney and Rladder Pills you will get prompt re lief from backache, weak kidneys, Inflammation of the bladder and urinary troubles. A weak's treat ment for 25 cents. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly. KILLthe COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Dr. King's WITH Hew Discovery .k 1 1 n I m PRICE hi M -uyuno Ifr. A tl 00. wii ISOLDS Trial Bottle fr AMD Al 1. THROAT AMD LUNG TROUBLES. QUARANTINED b ATISr-ACXOiti A2cMJBaflSaaaMBKnHnMigJBBli A MONTH BUSINESS CARDS P. Matteucci PIRST CLASS SHOEMAKER AND REPAIRER omrtN rnoNT toe Nortm rtrm Highland Livery RAMBROOK BROS. Phnnn Rail no e. HflddlN nnriuti m nssiia driver in the city. Proprietor "Sadie." the picnic wagon. SCHWARTZMAN & WITH Meat, Poultry and Fish 211 W. Central, Tel. 82B MILLINERY Up-to-Date Styles AT LOW PRICES LADIES' TAILORING. And DRESSMAKING MISS CRANE elan, eooenil. hon 04 W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERT, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mule Bought and changed. BEST TOTJRNOUTS IN THE CTTsT second street, between Railroad Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IX THE CTTX. Uhen in need of sash, door, frame etc Screen work a specialty. South First street. Telephone 403. Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAINT One Gallon Cover 800 Square FWfc. PALMETTO ROOF TAINT Stop Leaks, Last Five Years-JAP-A-LAC. 406 Wtt Railroad Avonue TOTI A OR API Dealer In Groceries, Provisions, urain ana .Fuel. Fin Lin of Imported Win Llqaer and Cigars, place your order r this line with us. ns-m-m north th x n THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kind of Fresh and Salt Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KJJENWOR1 Masonlo Building, North Third WM H:ar 5 2H com AVE. worn HOFSE FTTRNISHERS. NEW AW SECONDILND. WE BTJY 1IOC8B. HOIJJ GOODS, 114 W, GOIJ) AVM. O. NIR1SEN, MANAGER. Clarkville Coal Yard All kinds of coal and wood. JOHN S. BEAVEN, PHONE 4. ANTHRACITE all slaes. AMERICAN BLOCK. MILLWOOD. KINDLING. MOUNTAIN WOOD. hxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx HOME B OUTFITTERS Every Thing Necessary for Housekeeping K DAVIS & Z EARING C 303 W. Gold Ave. rXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXi