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Tllfltsnw, NOV. II. 1007.
ALBUQUt-BQIj E EVENING CIYIZE.
D. H. CCRD1ER. Manager.
112 W. Gold Avenue
PERMANENT HOKE OF
For Ladica, Gentlemen and Cliildrvn
Every afternoon at S. Every even
ing at 8 and :15. Ladies' Souvenir
Matinee Tuesday anl Friday after
noons. Children's Toy Matinee Sat
urday. dinner of bill every Morula y and
and Church Choir
Tuesday Evening, Nov. 19
Admission 25c and 35c
Tickets at Linderman &
Learnard Music Store.
ELKS' OPERA HOUSE
MONDAY, NOV. lOUl
E. L. PAUL
Wolford Stock Co.
Mamie Sheridan Wolford
And a Clever Company
Opening in the beautiful four act
25c, 35c, 50c
j Seats on sale at Matson's Sat
urday at 8 o'clock.
for SA Horse Blankets.
t i ncy arc uiit'iiy oiiuuk,
they are lone of wear,
X they are warm, they are
; So, too, are the 5 A Lap
i wooes, j
We Sell Them
We Also Do Expert "
1), Korber & Co.
212 NORTH SECOND ST.
A Hiilablo Iteniedy for Croup.
With the dry. cole! weather of the
early winter months, parents of crou
py children should be on the alert
for ominous symtoms. There Is no
cause for anxiety, however, when
Chamberlain' Cough Remedy Is kept
in the home. If this medicine Is
given as soon as child becomes
hoarse or even after the croupy
cough has appeared, the attack may
be warded off. Mrs. S. Rosinthal, of
Turner. Michigan, says: 'W have
used Chamberlain's Cough medicine
for ourselves and children for several
years and like it very much. I think
It is the only remedy for croup and
can highly recommend It." For sal
j by all druggists.
JAP WAS CLAD
Former "Soldier of Mikado
Passed Through City
On several occasions the theory
has been advanced that the Japanese
arriving In (treat numbers along the
west coast of Mexico and Lower
California and the scores of them ar
riving along the Texas and Arizona
borders are part of a Japanese mili
tary Invasion of the United States.
This may be a little stretching of the
truth but it Is nevertheless true that
some of the Japs who are now enter
ing the Vnlted State have seen ser
vice on fields of war.
A Japanese In full military uni
form with the exception of blanket
and provisions passed through Al
buquerque recently with a number
of his countrymen, was seen walk-
nig about the station platform tak
ing in the sights.
The empire of Nippon and the
fields of Manchuria were represent
ed In the long coat and the loosely
hanging head shield worn by the
brown men of the far east. He was
clad in heavy shoo", wore dark blue
trousers and a heavy uniformed
overcoat, at the top of which was at
tached the heavy hood so familiar
in the pictures of the Japanese as
they made their fatal assaults on the
legions of the czar. The latter hung
loose and the Jap wore a small cap
In Its place. The big coat was long.
reacnea below the knees and was di
vided at the waistline. It was adorn
ed with gilded -buttons along the
rront and at the sleeves.
feveral companions of the war-
rlorclad brown man were dressed in
civilian cloths and canied smalt
grips, large enough to hold a full
uniform of clothing -of the Rsme
rive Entered Vnited States.
.Five Japanese were admitted
tnrougn the El Paso immigration
station yesterday and the destination
of all of them. a.s has been the case
for months past. Is the United States.
Three of them had tickets to Canada
for otherwise they would have been
excluded from the shores of the land
of the free. However, their tickets
win not prevent them from stopping
fT In the United States and this Is
wnat they are doing. One of the Japs
was a student and he was admitted
witnout ouestlon. The other was a
hotel keeper In a Japanese city and
ne was Hamiuea,
Several Instances that are conclu
sive proof that the JaDS who buv
ucKeis to r.-anana do It only to get
Into the United tates at the El
Paso port of entry have occurred
at the Immigration station there
lately, several days ago one of them
wanted a ticket to Vancouver and
one was made out to him via the
kock island road. When the bmvn
man found, that he must travel thst
route he objected and he gave as his
reason mat ne nad a friend n Den
ver and wanted to go by way of the
ania re. Tiiat the Jap would go
no further than Denver Is nretiv
certain in the estimation of the Im
migration officer..'. However, the law
is lecnnicai and that settles It.
Trial Catarrh treatments are be
n V mnllpri nut frad r,r, o , . 1
. , i . . j 1 1 1 n vj icat,
are nrnvinir tt tha ...i.i
III. nnnnn. Kflp n. Win rrfeooa .
n wiw jcuiic ITHJIUUL
a penny s cost tne great value of
this scientific prescription known to
uiuki!3 everywnere as jr. Shoop
Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all deal
L. A. Bland. Kansas Cttv A w
Kossman. .New York: E. c. Hann.
lAium, ii. u. u. seymour, Phila
delphia: Mrs. Ira O WMmnro r.r
rizuzo; C. A. Oanfield, Los Aneelea:
a. uiumentnai. Phi ademhia: Thou
i. t-rice, luditn, Al. ; Wm. H. Hann
and wire, Chicago; C. J. Crandall
anta Fe; Dr. W. T. Wittmer. Los
iunas; i-nuip Jagels, Los Lunas; C.
ti. Wllfong, Phlladelnhla: F rs
Roomer, H. E. Kock, Chicago; O. G.
fctfan. san .Francisco: H. M. Miller
Denver; T. J. M. Hlaln and wife, L.
Kean, MUss P. Kean, Buffalo; J. B
neynoios. uenver: J. l. Heat. Kan.
sas City; R. Forbes Auld, Miss Auld
Miss r orbed. Guelph, Can.: E. S.
Conklln. Chicago; J. F. Huckel, C.
E. Zeamer, Kansas City; Alice Kel-
erer. Time Kelerer, Hannibal, Mo.
W. J. Storm .1 K M. nanlcl Win
Ttltt'prs .1 R ThuTiinu .:,lin I.!,, i
K. I, Anher Tulata- IT w Vrutor-
rwansag niy; s. iiunsiand, i.g ivU
nas: D. XV. Pollock. Kansas City: A
H. Harmon, Flagman"; S. W. Rartlett,
Pueblo: I. Mendel. m, H. Gold.itone,
Brooklyn: w. K Italston
C. A. McKay. St. Louis.
Abe Hoffman, (Juinry; R. J. Han
ey. Pittsburg. Pa.; W. Decker am
wife. Montreal. III.: X. K. Neil. W
Unity, O.: T. H. Mason. Chas. Bev
ington, Frank Kleiner. Belen; Wm
i urner, wife and daughter. Water
loo. la.; wm. Frazier. Waxhinglon
James Frazier, La Junta, Colo.
H. J. (Miller, Kanfaa City: II L
" rrswick. Las Vegas. J. Parker. Dei
ver; J. A. (Julgley, Las Vega; C. C
Monroe, Flagman; (. W. lrson
Fresno, Calif.; ri. M. Holmes, Boone,
la.: A. II. Bash, Decatur, 111.;
F. Fltzniorris, Las Vegas.
rn. Parker, Pueblo; II. P. Coop
er. 11. c. Jtann. L. A. Murts, Chi
A ticking cough, from any cause
is ouicKiy stopped by Dr. Shoon
Cough Cure. And It is so thorough
ly harmless and afe, that Dr. Shoop
tens mothers everywhere to give I
wiinout Hesitation even to very
young uuoies., i-fie wholesome green
n-aves and tender stems of a lune
healing mountainous shrub, furnish
tne curative properties to Dr
Shoop's Cough Cure. It calms the
cough, and heals the sore and sen
sitlve bronchial membranes. N
opium, no chloroform, nothing
used to injure or suppress. K
a resinous plant extract, that
to heal aching lungs. The Span
call this shrub which the d
ui-es, "The Sacred Herb." Dei
Dr. Phonp's. Take no other,
by all dealers.
Eat your Sunday dinner at
Home Restaurant. Big turkej
THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE
FOR RENT 4-room house furnish-
ed. Apply 708 Slate avenue.
FOR RENT A few nicely furnish
ed - rooms, by the week or montn.
Steam, .heat and all modern con
veniences. No invalids. JHotel
Cralge, Silver avenue, between
First and Secondstreets.
FOR RENT Good rooms
line. 501 South Third.
FOR RENT Three large front
rooms, modern, with breakfast.
40 West Hunlng avenue.
FOR RENT Furnished rooms with
or without board. S23 South Third
FOR RENT Three handsome rooms
good locality. No invalids. S21
West Lead avenue.
FOR RENT Nice room and board
at 616 East Central avenue, best
In the city; prices reasonable.
FOR RENT Modern rooms and
board, $25 per month. Mrs. Eva
L. Craig, 602 South Second street,
FOR RENT Five-room, modern
furnished; good location; no sick
people or children. 130 per month.
John M. Moore Realty Co.
FOR RENT House, 6 rooms, cor-
ner Central avenue and Hill street.
To a permanent tenant $12 per
month. Apply to J. F. Luthy.
FOli RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping, also bed rooms.
Cheapest rates in the city. Minne
apolis, 624 South Second street. A.
FOR RENT A 30-acre ranch with
good house and water. Cash or
shares. Address "Ranch," care
FOR RENT Desirable houses in all
parts of the city. 4-room, High
lands, only $10. Porterfleld Co.,
218 West Gold avenue.
FOR SALE iA range and a heater.
Inquire 602 West Tljeras avenue.
FOR SALE 3 room frame, large
lot, city water, $50. J. E. Elder,
9 N. T. Armljo building.
FOR SALE Corner lot, close in; a
bargain. Dale Realty Co., 100
FOR SALE 2 blocks Terraxe addi
tion, a snap. Dale Realty Co., 100
FOlt SALE A base burner stove In
first clas condition. J. E. Mat
thew, Phone 8M.
FOR SALE A five room cottage
with bath and wired for electric
light. Price $2600. Apply 423
FOR SALE Standard bred collie
pups. None finer In the territory,
402 South Edith street. Wm. Bel
den. FOR txALE Lots all over the city,
cash or easy terms. One or two
real bargains just now. Porter-
field Co., 216 West Gold avenue
FOR SALE Aermutor windmills,
tanks and substructures. Wolklng
Sr Son, 70T North Eighth street.
FOR SALE 6 room modem brick!
full size lot, first class condition;
a bargain. J. E. Elder, N. T.
FOR KALE The finest hot tamales
In the city, also chill con came.
408 West Tljeras,
FOR SALE Ten pounds extracted
honey for $1; 60 pound can for $6.
Order by postal. W. P. Allen. P. O.
Box 202, Arbuqueroue, N. M.
FOR SALE 3 room brick, cellar,
porches, large stable, i poultry
houses, $1,250. J. E. Elder, 9 N.
T. Armljo building.
FOR SALE Four-room house, South
Edith utreet, at a bargain. Will
exchange for lot or two. Porter
fleld Co., 216 West Gold avenue.
FOR SALE To save expense of
foreclosure, we can sell you two
four-room, litiuses In good shape,
' both for $1600. $400 cash will
swing the deal. Porterfleld Co.,
216 West Gold avenue.
FOR SALE Magulfice nt assortment
of fruit trees, grapevines, roses and
ornamental stock. Let us figure
on your requirements In walnuts,
either In grafted of seedling trees.
Luther Burbank's latest creations.
Largest nurseries on the Pacific
coast; 1.200 acres. Capital paid
In $200,000.00. New Illustrated
catalogue and price list mailed
free; contains valuable Informa
tion. Address Fancher Creek Nur
series. Box 59. Fresno. California.
George C. Roeding, president and
Withstood OUier Treatment Hut
Quickly Cured by CliamlxTlnln'i
"Last winter I caught a very se
vere cold which lingered for weeks,"
says J. Urquhart, of Zephyr, Onta
rio. "My cough was very dry and
harsh. The local dealer recommend
ed Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
and guaranteed it, so 1 gave it a
trial. One small bottle of It cured
me. I believe Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to be the best I have ever
used." This remedy Is for sale by
DIXXKU AX1 DLTtll I.lXClf.
The Ladies' Aid society of the
Presbyterian church will give a din
ner at noon, and a dutch lunch In the
evening, from 6 to 8 o'clock, Friday,
Nov. 22, In the parlors of the Prefby
terian church. Everybody Invited.
A .Melliflrl-4 Minister fleormimends
4 lutx'l-erluin's Cluugh Renienly.
e used Chamberlain's
ledy In our home for even
it has always proved to
ble remedy. We have
it would do more than
acturer claim for it It
' good for croup and
lev. James A. Lewis,
tea. Minn., M. C. Church.
Iain's Cough Remedy is
WANTED A competent dining room
girl at the Columbus hotel.
WANTED Sacks at Hahn"s coal
WANTED Table boarders.
South Second street
WANTED Boarders. good
707 South Third street.
WANTLD Boys 14 to It years old
at the American Lumbf r Co.
WANTBI) Fine dressmaking at
reasonable rates. 61$ South Third
WANTED Tour old hats and suits
to make like new. Albuquerque
Hatters. In the car.
WANTED To keep piano for win
ter, good parties, will pay dray
age. This office.
WANTED Gents' goods, second
hand clothing, shoes and hats at
615 South First street, south of
viaduct. R. J. Sweeney.
WANTED To buy & small meat
market outfit. Block, scales, saws,
cleavers, knives, etc., except lc
box. Call or address, B. B., Citi-
WANTED At once, unfurnished
house three or four rooms east of
railroad. Address T. E., care citi
zen. WANTED Books to audit or cor
rect, bookkeeping or office systems
to open, books to keep evenings.
Much experience. Address, D. S.
B., care Citizen office.
WANTED A young womanthat is
going to school, or working to
hoard and room, at 808 North
Eighth street. Terms $15 per
WANTED Ladles desiring new fall
styles In millinery to call on Miss
Crane, 611 North Seeond street
Millinery and dressmaking parlors.
Also a.ODrentlcea wanted. Phone
WANTED Able bodied, unmarried
men, between ages of tl and 85;
citizens of United States, of good
character and temperate habits,
who can speak, read and write
English. For Information apply to
Recruiting Officer, 208 E. Central
Ave., Albuquerque, New Mexico,
WANTED Capable salesman to
cover New Mexico with staple
line. High commissions with $100
mopthly advance. Permanent po
sition to right man. jess- H.
iSmlth Co., Detroit, Mich.
LOST and FOUND
LOST Breastrln, set turquoise and
pearls with Jlamond set In center.
$ 1 0 reward this office.
FOUND Pair of gold spectacles In
the Elks 'opera house the Prim
rose Minstrel performance. Own
er can have same by Identifying
and paying for this ad. At the
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
ha r mless.
The Vaucalre Formula Is a general
tonic, but It has a specific effect upon
the bust Price 76 cent. For sale by
Highland Pharmacy and Al
When the Stomach. Heart, or Kid
ney nerves get weak, then these or
gans always fail. Don't drug the
stomach, nor stimulate the Heart or
Kidneys. That Is simply a make
shift. Get a prescription known to
DiunglsU everywhere as Dr. Shoop's
Restorative. The Restorative Is pre
pared expressly for these weak In
side nerves. Strengthen these nerves,
build them up with Dr. Shoop's Re
storative tablets or liquid and see
hov quickly help will come. Free
sample test sent on request by Dr.
Shoop, Racine, Wis. Your health
is surely worth this simple test. Sold
by all dealers.
The Non-Sectarian Benevolent As
sociation will give a charity ball on
Thanksgiving evening in the ball
room of the Elks' club. The public
is cordially invited.
STAGE TO JEMFZ, I.RWKS 211
WEST tiOLD EVERY IRMG AT
Relieves Colds by working them out
of the system through a copious and
healthy action of the bowels.
Relieves coughs by cleansing tho
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
A pleasant to tlx Utt
a Mapla Sugar"
Children Like It
Ftr BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try
bYltt'l K1mi ins Bladdir PKli-Sun u( Sifi
J. II. O'lUFJXY CO.
PKHSONAIi ntOPERTY LOANa
MONEY to LOAN
On Furniture, Flanoa, Organs
Horses. Wagons and other Chattel,
also on SALARIES ANT. ' VfABI
HOUSE RECEIPTS, as low as $H
and as high a $106. Loan r
quickly made and strictly private
Time: One month to on year given
Good remain in your sjossossloa
Our rates are veasonabh Call an"
sea us before borrowing.
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.
steamship tickets to and from s
parts' of tb world.
Rooms I and 4, Grant BM
$01 H West Railroad Ave.
REAL ESTATE BARGAINS
Six room house. West New
York avenue 2,500
4 room abole. Iron roof, lot
90x400, Mountain road,
near car line 1,500
5 room cement liouse, 3rd
4 room frame, corner lot,
8rd ward 1,100
8 room frame, 2 lots, close
5 room brick, modern, cor
ner lot, 2nd ward 2,650
ft room frame, 4th ward,
' corner 1,500
Three room brick, Jurth
Ono of the swellost resi
dence In town 7,500
Six room brick, modern,
close in 3,250
Seven room brick, mod
' Ranches , from two to 200
Lot in nil parts of town.
30-acre alfalfa ranch with
in a few blocks of the
Ktreet car line 4,500
60-acre alfalfa ranch five
mllcw north of town 805
' ' FOR KENT.
House from 2 to 8 rooms.
Money to loan In sums to suit
Real Kstate and Loans. Notary
Public. 215 XV. Gold Ave,
BARGAINS IN REAL ESTATE
4- rooin brick, modern. $ 2,150
1 1-rooiii brick modern 10,000
5- rooin frame, modern 2,200
6- room brick, modem 8,200
8-room frame, modern 3,500
1 -story brick storeroom
size 25x00 3,000
1 store building, good
ino-ai-rc ranch, under
Bout I'aying hotel busi
ness in city, cash.... 1.800
M. L. SCHUTT
219 South 2nd Strut
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard FScrnblng & Keating Co
WANTEt; ? Tou can gt it through
this column. i.',,uiil
YOU CAN SEE IN
XV. M. SHKKIDAN, M. D.
Homeopathic Physician and Surgoon
Occidental Life nnildlng.
Teie.pl ne, RH.
1)11. F. J. rATCIUN.
Physician and Surgeon.
Office over Vann Drug Store. Of
fice hours 0 to 12 a. m 2 to 5, and
7 to 8 p. m. Phones, office 441, resi
DR. R. L. HTJST
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms A 7. N. T. Armljo Building.
DR. SOLOMON L. BURTON.
Physician and Surgeon.
Highland office, 610 South Walter
street. Phone 1030.
DRS. IIRONSON niCONSON
ITosneopatlvIo Physician and Bur
geons. Over Vann's Drag Store.
Phone, Office and Ilea., 28.
DR, J. E. KRAFT
Rooms 2 and 8, Harnett Building,
Over O'RIelly's Drug More.
Appointments mnde by mail.
EDMUND 3. AIGKR, D. D. 8.
Office hours, 0 a. m. to 12:30 p. rn.
1:30 to 5 p. m.
Appointment made by mall.
300 West Central Ave. Phone 458.
K. W. D. lilt VAN
Attorney at Law.
Office, Flmt National Bank Building,
Alnbquerque, N. M.
E. XV. DOBSON
Attorney at law.
Office Cromwell Block,
Alubquerque, N. M.
IRA M. BOND
Attorney at Law.
Pension. Land Patents. Copyrights,
Caveats, Ietter Patents, Trade
32 V. street, N. M. Washington, D. C.
TIIOS. K. D. MADDISON
Office with XV. B. Chllders,
117 WeHt Gold Avenue.
B. A. 6LEYSTER
Insurance, Real Estate, Notary
Ror.ni 12 and 11. Cromwell Block,
Albuquerque, N. M. Phone 138.
. n. WALKER
Kecreiarv Mutual Bnlldlng Association
217 Wen Central Avenue.
PIUOTOORAPHY Kodak films de
veloped and printed on velox pa
per. Reasonable prices. Send for
price list. Homer Howry, 606
Carondelet St., Los Angeles, Cal.
F. W. SPENCER
1221 South Waller
. A. J. MORELLI
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Suits
CLEANED. PRESSED and REPAIRED
103 North first Street
KODOL Is offered on a guaranteed
plan for the relief of heart burn,
ilatulence, sour stomach, belching of
gas, nausea, and all stomach trou
bles. It dlgeKts what you eat. It will
make you healthy. Sold by J. II.
KILL the COUCH
AND CURE the LUNC3
w,th Br. King's
rim i :"ni .itta.p
OLD3 Trial Botti free
AND Al i THROAT AND t UNO TROUBLES
irt a&iJEY TJEFUNDEO.
1iri in wmiiii
Phone Sv. 1 If John Scree
Hjlriril tloraoa m r.rU . I .w o.u
driver In the city. Proprietor
oauie, tne picnio wagoav
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Fish
211 W. Central, Tel. 628
AT LOW PRICES
VY. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY. BALE. FEKD ANB
Horses and Mules Bought and B
BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE COT
Second Street, between Railroad aa
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY.
When In need of Saab, door, frame
etc. Screen work a specialty. 4
South First street. Tetetthone 60S.
Thos. F. Keleber
DEVOES READY PArVTP
One Gallon CoTer coo Square
PALMETTO ROOF PAINT
Stops Leaks, Lasts Five Years.
408 Watt Railroad Avobho
rori a oh aoi
Dealer in Oreoeries, Provision,;
urain and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wine Llaaat
and Cigar. Place your orders f
this line with us.
SlS-m-117 NORTH TB D R
All Kinds of Fresh and bait Ms
Steam wansage Factory.
Maaonto Building, North TUrd (tM
HOUSE FCRNISHEnS. NEW AND
SECONDHAND. WE) BUY HOC8B
1IOLD GOODS, 214 W. GOLD AY.
O. NI1USEN, MANAGER.
n DAVIS &. Z EARING
303 W. Gold Ave.
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HAIR DRESSER AND CHIROPO
DIST. Mrs. Bamh'nl, at ner parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and next door to
Sturgea' cafe. Is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
Improves the complexion, and la
guaranteed not to be Injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out; restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of in
face, call and consult lira. Bambini.
Card sign. "Roams vor Rent."
"Board," etc.. for sale the ofnes o
Th Evening CiUsea.
Is due In a large measure to abuse
of the boweli", by employing drastic
purgatives. To avoid all danger, use
only Dr. King's New Life Pills, the
rate, gentle cleansers and lnvlgora
tors. Guaranteed to cure headache,
biliousness, malaria and jaundice, at
a 11 drug stores. 25c.
6w m v'T