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rainw. march 20. ion.
Ti'0l KHgi'E K VEXING CITIZEN. rAGF SKYKX 7 V 'I ft if OFFICE 'CAUSES HAY W S Presidency of the Island Is at Bottom of Many Revolutions Since Columbus' Time. Port Au Prince. Haytl, March 20. The presidency Is the stake at the bottom of the Haytlan trouble. Halfrect for three years and comprises a doisen leaders are anxious to sue-j ninety-five members. The chamber ceed President Nord Alexis, who, at j of communes selects the thirty-nine 92. harassed by the growing trials 1 and complications of his government, may not live to complete his term which ends In December of next year. It is the open sett sou for the plotters. a play of the conspirators for place. The present reien of terro- U hot i another paragraph in the endless 1 chapter of revolution and bloodshed which has marked the negro republic from its earliest Infancy. Haytl was the first negro republic. At the outset It comprised the entire Island1 and several of the smaller Isl ands adjacent. Today It comprises the western part of the island and with the islands of Tortuga, Gonave and Vache, with an area of approxi mately 11,000 square miles and ft population of less than 2.000,000. The first town In the new world was established at Santo Domingo, row no longer In Haytlen territory, by i Columbus In 1496. The Island there after was neglected until the 17th century, when it had become the ren dezvous of French buccaneers, and under the treaty of Kyswick (16,97) Spain ceded part of the Island to France. The new republic came Into exist ence January 1, 1804, and Deysallnes was proclaimed president for life. He was assassinated In 1806. Subsequent ly the republic was divided. Christo phe. a black, ruling the northern part; Petoln, another black. ' the eouthern. t'pon the death of Chrlsto phe in 1820 Boyer, who assumed his office, overcame Ketoln and ruled un til his overthrow in 1843. :Jt,tlDrCtelya39 KTAO CD AltT 11 In 1844 another split came. The republic of Santo Domingo was es tablished In the eastern part of the island, the republic of Haytl in the western part. A scries of wars cov ering several years followed between the two republics. To 1849 the negro president Sollouque proclaimed him self emperor, ruled in despotic fash ion, and attempted to annex Santo Domingo. More bloodshed followed. Gefrard, a mulatto, restored the re public in 1859 and held power until 1867. Civil war raged again in 1888-9 be tween the rival candidates for the a Little WANT AD presidency, Oenerals lflppollte anil Legitime. Hlppoltte was victorious and rnled with unlimited authority until his death in 18S6. General Hlmon Sam succeeded him and ruled until 1902. when he wag forced to resign. Again civil conflict followed be tween factions headed by Pplsrond Canal, head f the provisional gov ernment, and M. Kirman, Hnytien ambassador at Paris, who set up a rival government. Firman was over thrown In 1902, and In December of that year the army proclaimed Gen eral Pierre Nord Alexis president. The present government Is under the constitution adopted In 1899. an outgrowth of the original adopted in 1S05 and many times revised. The president Is elected for seven years by the senate and chamber of com munes In Joint session, lie Is assist ed by a cabinet of four members named by himself. The chamber of communes s elected by the people dl- senators from two lists, one submitted bv the president, one bv the electors.:"" ut-.M two nice sunny rooms. Th,. ....,. . ,.,,.,, 'n o.iminix. ! facing south, with board. Apply at perve six years. trative divisions are modeled after those of France. Foreigners, especially whites, are not permitted to own real estate. Kr-" schools are authorised, but they prevail only In the cities. The rev enue Is derived principally from im port and exports, amounting to nbout J7,!i00.000 a year. The military strength Is about 7,'itiO men. chiefly Infantry. The navy consists of s'x third-rate cruisers. The st:ite reli gion is Unman Caiholie, although there is no religious discrimination. .Many of the lower classes practice voodoo worshin. The current lan- i guage is French, but the peasantry i j speak several dialects. I Hon'n This? We offer tine Hundred Dollars Ke ward for any case of Catarrh that can not lie cured hy Unit s Catarrh Cure. K. J. Clt...h.ir Ac CO.. Toledo, O. We. the undersigned, have known K. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be lieve him perfectly honorable In all business transactions and financially aide to carry out any obligations made by his tirni. WALDINO, KINNAN ft MARVIN. Wholesale Druggists. Toledo, u.. Hall s CHtarrh Cure '.s tnken Internal ly, acting directly upon ttie blood and mucous mirfacrs of the system. Testi monials sent free. Price 7nc per bottle. Sold tiy nil Druggists. Take Hall s i-aiiitly Pills for consti pation. Our shirt and collar work Is pel feet. Our "DOMESTIC HMMI" If the proper thing. We lead oihe follow IMl'KHIAIj LAUNDRY CO. l.ium Shoulder. Whether resulting from a sprain or from rheumatic pains, there is nothing so good for a lame shoulder as Chamberlain's Pain Balm. Apply t freely and rub the parts vigorously at each application and a quick cure s certain. For sale by ail druggists. ,i We handle nnytliliiir in the laundry line. Plione 177. llublis laundry Co. Get DeWitt's Carnalized Witch Hazel Salve it is good for piles. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly & Co. TELEPHONE 15 - ,.ii i iy I"" -Sx n . 11 - vie A . .,V'i ' : ; y - - - --- -a.j A little want ad, day by day, Does the work you draw the pay. It sees the peop e you don't know, And helps you make your business grow. j CLASSIFIED ADS ;- r THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE rOR RENT ; FOR ItKNT Furnlstiea room for light housekeeping. 612 North Eet-ond s'leet. 615 East Central avenue. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms j with use of bath. Steam heat and oil conveniences. No Invalids. Ho-1 tel Cra.ge. Silver avenue. FOR RENT Four nice front rooms! for light housekeeping at 524 W. Central; reasonable rent. Inquire j in rear. FOR KENT Furnished rooms with board, 16 and $7 per week. 801 North Third street. Foil RENT Nicely furnished rooms at the Rio Grande rooming house, R19 West Central avenue. Single or en suite, kitchen and dining room f ir those who wish to do light cooking. FOR SALE FOR SALE New Underwood type writer; our entire stock to be sac rificed at 180.00. Alb. Typewriter; Exchange. i FOR SALE At ft bargain, a brand new Stevens shotgun, never been fired. A high grade and thorough ly modern gun. Inquire at The Citizen office. FOR SALE Some good tiargatns In real estate: A live-room frame cot tage with bath on South Broad way, 81500; a five-room frame cot tage, W. Central ave., close in; $1100. easy terms: two good busi ness lots on W. Central between 3rd and 4th; a new four-room con crete house. $1350; three lots each 50x142 on E. Central avenue. $200 for all three. And a long list of snaps of all kinds. A. Fleischer, real efitat and Insurance, 212H South econd street. FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at Just half what It Is worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music Store, 124 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. FOR SALE One draft horse, quire Citizen office. In' In the Citizen WANTED WANTED An elderly man to care for small family In the mountains at Putney, N. M. A good home and moderate salnry for light ser vices. Apply In person at L. B. Putney's store. WANTED Help and (Situations fur nished. John II. Richard's Employ- ment Office, 303 H W. Central Ave. WANTED Log haulers, brushpllers, log sawers, ox drivers. Address J. M. Witherspoon, general manager Domingo Lumber Co., Pines, N. M. WANTEDTo buy a good gentle driving horse-; must be young and weigh at least 1100 lbs.; state price. P. O. Box, 429. WANTErjberTti? Rood! second hand clothing, shoes and hati at 616 South First street, south of viaduct. R. J. Sweeney. WANTED A good cook and also a girl for second' work. Must have reference. Good wages. Apply evenings, 7 o'clock, 1015 West Cen tral avenue. WANTED-Able bodlea, unmarried men. between sges of 21 and 85; citizens of Unlteu States, of good character and temperate habits. who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer, 203 E. Central j Ave.. Albuquerque, New Mexico. ! WANTED Ladles. desiring new j spring millinery to call on Miss C. I. Crane. 612 North Second street. millinery and dressmaking parlors. Phone 944. Help wanted. WANTED Capable men to fill ex ecutive, technical, office and mer cantile positions. We can place you in the position for which you are qualified. Southwestern Busi ness Association 201 East Cen tral avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. Phone 257. LOST and FOUND LOST Long gold pin between Third and Sixtli streets, north of Central avenue. Finder call at telephone of fice. Reward. SALESMEN v.AVTt.Mi fDr,.,i,u ,i. er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions with $100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit, Mich. WANTED Traveling men and sollc'. tors calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque anu surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of calcu lates on good commission basis. Bowes Allegrettl, 3'.". River St., Chi cago. WANTED Live, energetic men for exclusive territory agency of "In- j di-x" Kerosene Burner converts civ.il oil into ga.s gives one nun- j dreil candlepnwcr burns on man-' tie instantaneous seller. Write at j once. ('oast Lighting Company, I U.'n Verier Way. Seattle. ' WANTED Salesmen w:mte,j for our j Individual lighting plants, our cc-n- ! tral generaloi- sjstem has never been pushed. An opportunity to i make big money. Exclusive terri- i toiy to hustlers. Write for full' proposition. Kn'ght Light Co.. Chi- ! cago. WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico lh staple line. High commissions, with $100. U0 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith j Co., Detroit, Mich I AGENTS Opportunity of liretime, no experience necessary, big cash prof- Its daily, one agent made $21 In J one hour, everyone will buy. We issue more accident and sickness policies than any other similar com pany in the world; we give the most popular and cheapest Insurance! written; new plan, $1 a year pays' for $.)00 policy; no assessments or dues; other amounts in proportion. Death benefit, weekly indemnity, free medical attendance, original popular features, either sex. All claims promptly and liberally settled- insurance assets $500,000. Re li.ible representatives wanted ev erywhere; exclusive territory; lib eral permanent income, Increasing each year; absolutely sure. Address I 'i teri.ii tlona 1 Corporation, 181 Bro.i lay (Dept. W2. New York. Mr. John R::-..i of Vming, la , says:ji I have been .-e.!w:g De itt s Kidney! and :l.idder 1" 'lis for about a year I and they give better satisfaction than I any pi.l I ever .-old. I have used them myself w.tli f.i.e resuVs." Sold! by J. H. O Rielly & Co. I Our vtiiMluw mid iixr ntcciw art' Ix'td-r 1 1 in n uuy oilieri made )r wdd in lliiqui'riiie. SujM'rior PUtiilng Mill. The lan ky Quarter Is the one you pay out for a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They bring you the health that's more pre cious than Jewels. Try them for headache. biliousness, constipation (nd malaria. If they disappoint you he price will be cheerfully refunded at all dealers'. Subscribe for Tttn CTtimi anu (el the news. To Cure a C'ohl In One Pay. Take LAXATIVE HKOMO Quinlns Ta..,et.-. Druggists refund money If It fails to cure. E. W. G ROVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. DAILY THAN WANTED Sale Representative for specialty and school supplies. Good man can make 835 a wsek and up. Permanent position to right party. Centennial S. S. Co., 1725 Stout St., Denver, Colo. CAPABLE SALESMAN to cover New Mexico with staple line. High com missions, with $100.00 monthly ad vance. Permanent position to r'gnt man. Jess II, Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. WANTED Salesmen to handle vest pocket side line to increase depart ment stores' sales. Twenty dollars dally easily made. State territory you cover. Samples supplied free. Bllss-Deveneau Company. Chicago, IU. CAPABLE traveling salesman at once. Staple line, profitable commission. Contract with 125.00 weekly ad vance. Permanent position; refer ences required. A. S. J. Co., Grand River Ave., Detroit, Mich. ''.Miscellaneous HONEST AGENTS 30 days' credit. New circular Teady. Soaps selling better than ever. Write. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. ! m inn v'vm.r r-hni Particular peo ple, everywhere, introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free, i Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An-: geles, Cal. $210.00 "Motor Cycle or horse and buggy furnished our men for trav eling, and $85.00 per month and expenses, to take orders for the greatest portrait house In the world. You will reoelve, postpaid, a beau tiful 16x20 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. Write for particulars. R. D. Martel, Dept. 79, Chicago. PERSONAL PKOPEltTT LOANS MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagons and other -Chattels also- on SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: one montn to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reas onable. Call and Bee us before bor rowing. THK HOrSF.HOI.n LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg. 303 H West Railroad Ave. 1'KIVATK OFFICES Open Evenings. MORE BARGAINS IX RANCHES. About fifteen acres good land (part in alfalfa), three miles from town. Price, $700.00. Four acres, very near town, fenced, on main rood and near main ditch; $ti00.00. Six acres (three In alfalfa), four ami a half inlies north of town; $350.00. Three acres very good land, well fenced, on main road and dose to main ditch, small frame house and barn; $400.00. Eight aires in alfalfa. well fenced.- adobe house and barn, fruit trees, about five miles north of town. Price, $000.00, cash. Fifteen acres fir.-d class land, fenced, near ditch. Price, $700.00, cash. This p ece Is located about four miles north of the city. Forty-five and a half acres of the very best land In the Rio Grande valley, all under cultivation (about half in alfalfa). well fenced, on main ditch, convenient to stores and telephone line and railroad station. Price $C,r. 00 per acre. Easy terms. And many others from one to six hundred acres. A. MONTOYA Real 1 1-1. ale ami liinns. Notary Public. 215 W. (iold Ave. (XXXXXXJCXXXXXXXJOt KJOC JUOUO Foil RENT Store building on 5 CentrJl avenue. 2 FOR RENT Furnished room Q for gentleman; no invalids; Q close in. For SALE At a biirg.un. 3 H dwelling bouses. Rent $15 Q I-, month each. Foil SALE Itai gain. paper dud painting business M.L.SCHUTT g 219 South 2nd Strut (immI for IlvcrjlMxIy Mr. Norman R. Coulter, a promi nent architect In the Delbert build ing, San Francisco, says: "I fuily endorse ail that has been said of Electric Bitters as a tonic medicine. It Is good for everybody. It corrects stomach, liver and kidney disorder? In a prompt and efficient manner and builds up the system." Electric Bit ters is the best spring medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter; as a blood purifier it Is unequaled. 50c at all dealers'. Our work is bewt. Co. llubhs Ijiuiulry YOU CAN SEE IN OPPORTUNITIES It's easy to make money if you watch for opportunities gt'J.OOO will bundle one of the Ixxt pitying fir chins ho tel propoHltlon In tlie city. IH-rooin Rooming House, splendid titration, to exchange for improved i-ity property. Two very pretty eoltnges In gtxl location to rxcluuigo for dcslrnblc ens front house In tlx- Highlands. very pretty five-room resitlenee, two stories, Until, luintry, ehinii closet, large lot, in very ileslinble locnllon. $200 cash, balance like rent. Owner says to reduce the price, $100.00, on his pretty four room brick In the High lands. This offer Is only good for a Hliort time. We can sell or excluiiw your buslncHH no mutter where it may be locnteil. STOW REAL ESTATE and INVESTMENT CO. 201 East Central Ave. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. Phone 257 TTXXXTXXTXXXXXXXrXXXXXXiq Davis & Zearing 20S W. Gold A ve. We liuve a fine line of Folding Go-carts FIIOM $2 to $15j H M M H H k4 MTXXXXXXXXXXTTXXXXTXXXrXlti Highland Livery BXMIIUOOK BROS. Plione MIU. 1 I j John tit .Saddla horses a specialty. Bus drivers in the city. Proprietors "Sadie." the picnic wagon. A. J. Morelli MERCHANT TAILOR Luilies' anil ( icntlenieii Suits Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired 103 NORTH FIRST STREET Dr. Vaucaire's Formula Rerommended by Mrs. Henr) .Symes. to develop the bust from 4 to 6 inches. Guaranteed to be mad from the 'rue OaiegM Extract. Is perfectly hai mlesa. The Vaucaire Formula Is a general tonic, but It hat a specific effect upon the bust. Pries 71 cents. For sale by Highland Pharmacy and Al rf JJvarado Pharmacy A MONTH PHYSICIANS . M. SHERIDAN, M. D. Homeopathic Physician and Surge. Occidental Ufe Building. Telephone 88(1. DK. P. J. PATC1UN Phyclnn and Surgeon. Oflloe, ovep Vnnn Drug Store. Of Mce hours to 12 a. m.. a to 5, an4 i o p. in, 1'iioncs, ornce 441, Idence 695. DR. It I.. II EST Physician and Surgeon. Rooms 6 & 7. X. T. ArmUo Building. PH. SOLOMON I,. BURTON. Physician and Surgeon. Highland Office, 410 South Walts Street. Phone 1030. nits. BRONSOX & BROXSOX Homeopathic Physicians and Has. gcons. Over Vann's Drug Store. Office 628; Residence 1059. DENTISTS DR. J. E. CRAFT i lental Surgery. I Rooms 2 hihJ ,t. ItHriiett Bnildln. Over O'Klclly's Drug store. Appointments maile by mall. Phone 744. KDMUXD J. AI.GER, 1). I. 8. Office hours, ff a, m. to 12;30 p. aa 1:30 to S p. in. Appointments made by mail. 30H Wont Central Ave. Phone 4. LAWYERS It. V. B. BRYAN. Attorney at Law. Office, First National Bank BuI1dla Albuquerque. N, SI. E. W. DOI1SON Attorney at Law. Office, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque X. M. - IRA M. BQXD Attorney at Icw. 5 l PciihIohh, Ijind Pu tents, Copyright Caveats, 1-cltVr I'atents, Trade Markw, ( Ulms. 32 P. street, X. M. Wanhiugton. D. C THOS. K. I. MADDISOX Attorncy-at-Law. Offi.-e with W. II. Chllders, 117 West tjold Avenue. MISCELLANEOUS SOUTHWESTERN LAW AXD COL IJOCTION AtiEXCY. (Bonded) orilce Room 1. X. T. Ainiljo Bld. Hugh J. Collins, attorney at law. C. W. Granner, general manager and claim adjuster. Phone 659. Albuquerque, New M ex. F. W. SPF.XCER Architect. 1221 South Walter. Phone 65ft. FRENCH & ADAMS UNDERTAKERS. iiHdy Assistant. Embalming a Spivialtjr. INSURANCE II. A SLEYSTEIl liiMiirnnce, Real l-l.Mute, Notary I'tbllc. Rooiiih 12 and II, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, N. M. I'hone ISA. A. li Fire WAI.KI1R Iiisurtiiici'. Secretary Mutual I'.iilldinc A-clatloa 217 Went Ceiural Avenue. VETERINARY Wll.I.I M BIll.DEX Veterinary. Surirery and lMiiitry a SHilaUi. 402 huh lb l lililh Plione 4U&. llt. II. D. PK-riUOKD eterinury Surgeon. Practice: Therapeutics, Surgery ani C IjMtt-t lie on Hordes, Cattle, Sheep Hogs, Dog- and Cat. Office wltl Thornton, !he Cleaner, 1S1 North Third. Phone 460. Hospital and Itesidence. 733 South Walter. Resi dence phone, 820. KILLtheCCUCH I and CURE the LUNGS w,th Dr. King'i Now Discovery asWM AIIAIIA mien tun i ryy.vx10 . v . OLDS Trial Sottl. kn. AN J l .. THRP4T N0 IDVG TROIBl E5. ivJUARANTt'Ei SA nSFAVIOiil I fiOB MONEY r-XlUA'DI. gv isiirsi