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ALBUQUERQUE - EVENING CITIZEN. T1
WElXF5SlAr, FEHRURV R. IWtd. pagib TmuaB. NON-PARTISANtRECIPE WHICH DEFENSELESS AMERICA ! LISTEN: TARIFF CURES ALL BOARD Representatives of Many Busi ness Organizations In Wash ington to Urge Action. Washington. Feb. I. Junes W. VanCle.ive of S'. Louis, president of the National Association of Manufac turers. Is In Washington In confer with President Roosevelt, Senator Aldrich ami Spf ik'-r Cannon on the ku lJ-i-t of enacting the Beverldge bill for a nonpartisan tariff commis sion. The movement hearted hy President Vandeave is supported by several hundred organizations of em ploycrs and business men represent ing In the aggregate more than two millioM members from all parts of the country. Following Is an incom plete list of the organizations which endorse the tariff commission Idea and are ."ending special representa tives to Washington to make a dem onstration In force In f ivor of a com mission : National Association of Manufact urers. National Orange. Merchants' Association of New York, National Association of Agricultural Imple ment and Vehicle Manufacturers. Merchant Tailors' National Protec tive association, American Reciprocal Tariff league and 201 constituent or ganizations. Carriage Builders' Na tional Association, American Hard wood M mufacturers' association. Na tional Ket.ill Hardware association, National Paint, Oil and Varnish as sociation. Millers National associa tion. National Livestock association, American Cotton Seel Oil associa tion, Trans-Mississippi congress. Mer chants' exchange, St. Louis; Cham ber of Commerce, Baltimore; Hoard of Trade, Chicago; National Boot and Shoe Manufacturers' association and the New York Manufacturers' asso ciation. The representatives of those or ganization? will call upon President Konsevelt and Speaker Cannon. One of them said: ""t are urging the appointment of a tariff commission not as revis ionist's, but as stanch protectionists. It is my own bi-ller and that of the National Association of Manufactur ers and the many organizations which endorse the Immediate ap pointment of a commission that such a commission Is absolutely necessary In order to protect the business in terests nf the country from the harmful effects of a continued par tisan agitation for tariff revision during the campaign. We are In hearty accord with the- president In believing that all tariff rates should be adjusted on the basis of difference In cost of production here and abroad and we also believe that these r.ites should be adjusted with a liberal al lowance in addition In favor of the American producer. Here is the 1908 spring girl as she i will look in the smart costume that the nifty girls of this year will wear when the bright days of April and May come alone. ! ThU picture shows a thoroughly ! up-to-date, correctly dressed girl. Her : "butterfly" suit with the spiral braid ing and tassel is one of the newest . models. i And don't forget the tassel. The butterfly suit U the natural There is Only Ono "Bromo Quinine" That is Laxative Bromo Quinine VSEO THE WORLD OVER TO Always rcpient'irr t.1.' full name. Look for tins riuii-itiiri- c.:j every box. Sic. 1AM Gives Simple Home AUxtures and the Directions for Preparing. Uecent hospital reports show that the dread disease, rheumatLsni, Is steadily Increasing throughout the country. All known meant of relief are being suggested to save the great amount of suffering this winter, es pecially among those who are not in a position to pack up and visit the noted health resorts to be treated. He. cent tests prove rheumatism not ex actly a disen.se in Itself, but a severe symptom of kidney trouble, a condi tion caused by clogged up pored of ihe eliminatlve 'tissues in the kidneys which fail to filter the poisonous waste matter and uric ucid from the blood, permitting the.se sulvtances to remain In the veins and decompose, usually nettling about the Joints and muscles, causing the intense pain, swelling and stiffness of rheumatism. A well-known specialist, who has probably treated more cases of rheu matism than anyone else, and who Is also the most successful. Rives the fol lowing simple treatment, which is harmless and inexpensive, and so dim ple that anybody can mix It at home. The ingredients are: Fluid Extract Dandelion, one-half ounce; Compound Kargon, one ounce; Compound Syrup Sarsaparilla, three ounces. !o to any good prescription pharmacy and get these three vegetable Ingredients and mix them by shaking in a bottle, tak ing as a dose a teaspoonful after each meal and again at bedtime. There la nothing better In the world for backache, kidney and bladder trouble, too. Sueli symptoms as fre quent and painful urination, soreness, weakness, general and nervous de bility are caused by certain acids and poisonous waste majtter, decayed tis sues, etc.. In the blood, which the kid neys will clear and purify after a few doses of this prescription. HAIR DRESSER AND CHIROPO DIST Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors o posite the Alvarado and next uoor t i-turges' cafe, is prepared to g: thorough scalp treatment, do ha.li dressing, treat corns, bunions and in growing nails. She gives masagt treatment and manicuring. Mr iiamtnnl'9 own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin anc improves the complexion, and 1- . guaranteed not to oe injurious. Sh ! also prepare.:, a hair tonic that cure i and prevents dandruff and hair fall I lug out; restores life to dead hair j removes moles, warts and superfljoui I hair. Massage treatment by vibratoi ! machines. For any blemish of th face call and consult Mrs. Bambini Are you looking for snmrtTUng? Re . member the want columns of Tht j Evening Citizen are for your especlai benefit It talks to the people and thoy talk to you. outgrow: h of the Japanese influence in styles which has been so marked during the pajst few seasons The large sailor with Its broad sides and wide front Is distinctly stylish, as well as the closely pinned face veil, double at the forehead, which will be considered smart for spring. The high, boned, painted collar and the dainty lingerie reck bow and frill are another of the coming season's smart est fashions. CUBE COLO IM ONE DAY. SWA (HINA rurTllrMltNl VS. TRENCH .S'V rt-w,. m "' Ui n'T pacific itm m HALLIR TVTO .' wa,jhiv -OA.rx ooa wvtifj pont U3- t AUJTS.ALI i IVmH "Amiy and Xavy liirc." When the Atlantic fleet shall be In the Straits of Magellan SS (100 000 of people and $110. 000. 000.000 of property will be unprotected from 'the horror, and destruction which would come In the wake of a st'rrlng on the part of the god of war! Even with the Atlantic fleet on one coast the other remains unguarded. A division of the fleet would be Inadequate for the protection of either coast. With American commercial spirit so militant and enurprLslng. with the policies of local sovereignties opposed to those of the nation, it Is Idle to .Mt silently and Imagine ourselves se cure. There U but one sure element of security in the world as constituted today, and that Is AN ADFXjl'ATE NAVY! WARNS AGIST W America Is No More Beyond Operation of National Laws Than Older Countries. Hm. Oifford Pinchot. chief of tie I'niie.i States Forest service, was the principal speaker at a meeting of the National (ieographlc society, held at the National Killes' Armory in Washington recently. Mr. Pinchnt's audress embodies an urgent appeal to the government and people of the I'nited States for the conservation of our natural re sources The speaker described the reckless waste of forests, the Iron, coal nnd other natural resources that have made this country the richest portion of the earth. Mr. Pinchot said: "The waste of our resources means that the I'nited States shall repeat the conditions we now see in Northern Africa, tn (Ireece, in Spain, and in Palestine. The Natural Laws. "For we are no more beyond the operation of natural laws than the older nations were, and the same neglect of the fundamental basis land and water will bring upon us or upon our descendants the same blighting results that have come to those countries." Although Mr. Pinchot deplored the present state of our natural resources he also called attention to the fact that the president has si-en fit to start a. movement for their conserva tion. "inir country." continued the speaker, "is showing a commendable moral conscience with regard to the mothods of industry. Along with this is coming an awakening as to the urgent need of conserving those nat ural resources on which American Industries will have to depend in thb future." In the course- of his discussion, Mr. Pinchot also made mention of the movement begun with the creation of the I'nited States Inland Waterways commission, last March. "This commission," added the speaker. "Is Intrusted not only with thp Improvement and development of our rivers for every possible use. but also with that question which, In Its broad scope, cannot possibly be sep arated from the Improvement of our waterways, namely, the conservation of our natural resources." I'lMM'li-Muklntr Movement. In conclusion. Mr. Pinchot said: "This epoch-making movement for the conservation and wise use of our natural wealth, means the- assurance of prosperity in the present and greater prosperity ln the future for this great country, which we all love, and that Is an object worth the best thought and th best effort of the best Americans." NOTICK VOH ITIIMC.VriO.N. Department of the Interior, Iind of fice at Santa Fe, N. M Jan. 17, i r o 8 . Notice is hereby given that Juan Hilario Lopez, of Cubero. N. M., has tiled notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In suport of his claim, viz: Homestead Entry No. 6308, made April 17. 1901. for the K'.i SEVi. Section 34. Township 11 V., rtange 8 W., and that said proof will be made before George H. Pradt, I". S. Commissioner, at Laguna, N. M.. on March 16. 1908. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Jose Abeita, Victorino Montano. Oorgonio Fifueroa, M. T. Otero, all of Cubero. N. M. MANTEL U. OTERO. Register. I FIVS 1IOMF M.t)F CANDIES. 'I'ALTOX'S Dl'.l'G STOKE. UU6H AMJMCAf-'T flUlM ..tir-M. ifW-.;. :N "a. J kIam 33 :tl& ATLANTIC fLT. DELIVER LETTER AFTER FIFTY YEARS IN MAILS Mailed In -v Orlcnnn In Epis tle Finally 1 tenches lcMiiintion. New York, Feb. 5. After tt had oeen fifty-four years in the mal's, a letter was delivered yesterday to Mrs. Elizabeth It. Nicholas, ()f Newark. N. J. Yesterday morning several news papers reported the fact that a letter addressed to Miss Elizabeth Carth waite had been received at the post oflice, and the postmark Indicated It had been mailed In New Orleans I )e ( -ember :, lSTi-l. The letter proved to have tieen addressed to Mrs. Nicho las' maiden name, and was written by iur cousin. Miss Fannie Urctton, who now lives In El Paso, and who a; tended school with Mrs. Nicholas more than a half century ago. The Ink In the letter Is so badly faded that the wording Is hardly de cipherable, but the address Is plain. The envelope was badly worn but held together. No one offers an explana tion of where the letter has been since it was mailed. MISS JENNIE CJIAKJ AXD II. W. SCItOEDEIt AY I Mi l'lIIXISU THE MISK! I'Oll THE DANCE AA'ED NESDAA EVENING AT THE ELKS' HALL UOOM. CEUTU'ICATE. Territory of New Mexico, office of of the Secretary. I, Nathan Jaffa. Secretary of the Territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify there was filed for record ln this office at 9 o'clock a. m.. on the third day of February. A. D. 190S, AincmlmciiL to ArtivlcH of Incorxr utioii of "The Ueiiliunt Indian Trading Company of New Mexico" Changing name to John l,ce Clark, Iiicoi-HratcU." (No. J313); and also, that I have compared the following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on file, and de clare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. In Witness Whereof, I have here unto set my hand and affixed my offi cial seal thU third day of February, A. D. 1908. tSeal) NATHAN JAFFA. Secretary of New Mexico. Cert.iieule of Cliungu of Najne of "Tho Henlunu Indian Trading CoinMiny of New Mexico" to "Jolm lAf Chirk, Incorporated." Territory of New Mexico, County of Ilernalilio. ss. We, John Lee Clark, Chairman, and Howard Clark, Secretary, of the special meeting of the stockholders of the Benhum Indian Trading Com pany of New Mexico, held at the of fice of said Company, Iti the City of Albuquerque, County of Ilernalilio. and Territory of New Mexico, for the purpose of changing the name of the corporation from "Th Uenham In dian Trading Company of New Mex ico" to "John Lee Clark, Incorpor ated," lo hereby certify: That the Uenham Indian Trading Company of New Mexico is a corpor ation formed under the laws of the Territory of New Mexico, that the said Company desiring to change Its corporate name from "The Kenham Indian Trading Company of New Mexico" to "John Iee Clark, Incor porated," the stockholders of the said Company and every one of them, did sign the waiver, hereto an nexe! and marked Exhibit "A." of notice of such meeting provided by law. That at the time am place speci fied in Maid waiver of notice, there appeared in person, all the stock holders of paid Company and that the meeting organized by choosing from among their number, the auid John Lee Clark as Chairman, and the said Howard Clark as Secretary, thereof. That the above waiver having been presented, the following resolution was proposed: Whereas, heretofore, to-wit, mi th ninth day of January, A. D. lOOi. the Hoard of Directors of this corpora tion. In meeting duly and regularly assembled, unanimously passed a resolution reading as follows: "ila It Kesolved. That it is advis able to change the name of this cor poration from that of "The Benham .. . v : I ill 0 O UTH lltrV, : AMERICA t 7 i r it ADVERTISE IN THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN Issued at an hour when people have time to read JOK)0OOrC00 Indian Trading Company of Xew Mexico" to "John Ixe Clark, Incor porated." and that a special meeting of the stockholders of the corpora tion he called for Friday. January 31. at 2 o'clock p. m. at the office of the Company, at 101 Went Central Avenue, In the City of Albuquerque, for the purpose of taking action on this resolution. Now, Therefore, lie It Hesolved, by the stockholders of sa'd Com pany, that the corporate name of this Company be changed from "The Uenham Indian Trading Company of New Mexico" to "John Le,. Clark, In corporated." That the vote of those present In person being duly can vassed, it appearing that forty-one thousand, four hundred (41,400) shares of the capital stock of said Company, being all the stock there of, voted In favor of said resolution, which was thereupon declared car ried. We do further certify: That the corporate name of said corporation is changed from that of "The Dunham Indian Trailing Com pany of New Mexico," to "John Le Clark, Incorporated." In Witness Whereof, we have here unto subscribed our hands unto this certificate, this thlrty-llrst day of January, A. D. 1908. JOHN LEE OLA UK, Chairman. Howard clahk. Secretary. Territory of New Mexico, County of Ilernalilio. John Lee Clark, Chairman, and Howard Clark, Secretary, being duly sworn, each for himself, di-pose and says that he has read the foregoing certificate subscribed by him and hat the same is In all respects true. JOHN LEE CLAHK. Chairman. HOWARD CLARK, Secretary. JOHN LEE CLARK. HOWARD CLARK. Subscribed and sworn to before me this thirty-first day of January, A. D. 1908. HERBERT F. RAYNOLDS. (Seal' Notary Public. Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo. on this thirty-first day of January. A. P. 1908, before me personally ap peared, John Lee Clark and Ilow&rd Clark, to me known to be the per sons described in and who executed the foregoing certificate and they severally acknowledged to me that they executed the same as their free act and deed for the uses anil pur poses therein expressed. HERBERT F. RAYNOLKS. (Seali Notary Public. EXHIBIT "A." The undersigned being all of the stockholders of the Uenham Indian Trading Company of New Mexico, and this day. at 2 o'clock p. m. per sonally, as above set forth, present at a special meeting of the stockholders of sail Company, to change the name of the paid Company from "The Ben ham Indian Trading Company of New Mexico" to "John Lee Clark, Incor porated," hereby waive notice of said meeting provided for by law. Dated, Albuquerque, New Mexico, January SI, 190S. JoilX LEE CLARK, HOWARD CLARK, A. B. MrOAFFEY, M A 1 '.!"!., F. M cC A FFEY. FELIX H. LESTER. Endorsed: No. 5313. Cor. Rec'd. Vol. 5, page 521. Amendment of Ar ticles of Incorporation of "The Ben ham Indian Trading Company of New Mexleo" ch inning name to "John Leo Clark, Incorporated." Filed in office of Secie'ary of New Mexico. Feb. 3. l'.iUK. a. tn. NATHAN JAFFA, Secretary. Compared o. to M. " I figure that an advertisement placed in an evening paper will be read at least four times as well as one placed in a morning paper. The reason is obvious: In the morning people are too busy to read at any length. They look over the headlines, and possibly read the articles that are of special interest to themthen throw the paper aside. The day's work is before them, and must be done. But in the evening the work of the day is behind them, and they have the time, and also a greater inclination, to read. After supper, in easy chair and slippers, they will take up the evening paper and read it to the very last line." These are the sentiments of one of Albu querque's largest merchants. Think it over and decide if it is true. 00000O0CC000U J. I). Eakln. President G. Gioml, Vice President. Consolidated Liquor Company Successors to MFI.IM & EAKIN. and 11ACIIECIII & GIOMI Wines, Liquors and Cigars W Igtp iviytbtng la ttoek tt oofIf ( most fsslldlout bmr lompltf Have bvn appointed exclusive agents In the Southwest for Jos. & Schlitz. Win. lnip and St. Ixiuls A. 11. C. Breweries: YellcMone. .rcen Itlvo. V. II. 51c Brayrr s rVdar Brook, Ixiuls Hunter. T. J Monareli, and other brands of whiskies too numerous to mention. WE AllE NOT COMPOUNDERS But sell the straight article received from, the best Wineries Distilleries and Breweries In the United States. Call and Inspect our stock and prices, or wrWe for Illustrated Catalogua and Prlc List. Isbued to dealers only. J Albuquerque Foundry C HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft W Ings. Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal: Columns and Iron - Fronts for Buildings. Kmpmlrm on Mining mnd mill Mmcninory m poolmlty Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuouaroue. N. M. 000K0X3sjj0 THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cemsnt First and Marquette Suffering nnd I Miliars Saved. E. y. Loper. of Marilla, N. Y., says: "I am. a carpenter and have had many severe cuts healed by Buck len'a Arnica Salve. It has saved me suffering and dollars. It Is by far the best healing salve I have ever found." Heals burns, sores, ulcers, fever sore.-i, eczema and piles. 25c at all druggists. 1 Oil A DELIGHTFUL Sl'IM'EH Try some rolls of our baking. De- j lieious? Well, hundreds of people In j town not only think so but know so. ! Our rolls of several kiri'Ls to please ! different people are light, crisp and tasty. Suppose you give us ao order for so many a d iy for a trial week. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St. Chas. Mellnl, Secretary O. Bachechl, Treasurer. and Machine Works J and Rex Flinlkols Rooting Albuquerqoe, New Mexico COAL AMERICAN BLOCK, CLUIULLOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace. ' Mixed. Nut. CLEAN US COKE. SMITJIINU COAL. NATIVE KINDLLNO. FOR CASH ONLY. WOOD TELEPHONE 01. W. H. HAHN & CO. MILLINER Y UP-TO - DATE STYLE AT COST PRICES Ladle' Tailoring ana Oretsmaklng MISS CRANE 91 N. ooond Rhono 944 W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. MVEKY. SALE. FEKH AND T11V.H.K M'AllLEii. Horses and Mules Bought and Es cnanged. BEST TOURNOLTS IN THE CIT. Second Street between Central iik' Copper Avenue.