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PAGE SEVE!. TlintlY. APRIL 2.1, ll. IMK9FMAKING ANARCHISTS GOES ON Story of How Future Genera tion Is Growing Up In Coal Mines of Pennsylvania. Wilkenbarre, Pa., April 2 2. Twenty thousand future citizens, boys of ten der years, ure under virtual sentence in this coal breakers and mines of the anthracite region waiting for Congress to -omply with the recommendation of President Roosevelt and enact a hild labor law that will give them f recdom Fourteen thousand of these under 14 years of age are employed in the breakers; the others, under IB years. 4i re In the mini s. Each of these 2rt.'MH cases Is a vio lation of a state law that is not only Ineffective, but which the urate au thorities are not attempting to en force. And meantime these hoys are ageing prematurely, long before their time. To them boyhood means nothing. The Joys of youth they know only by occasional glimpses; when there Is a strike or on holidays, Life Is one long, endless, interminable grind shut away from, the light of day. Their souls are being withered slow ly; their Intelligence enfeebled, their bodies stunted, their spirits crushed. Ambition Is killed within them and the future offers only a prospective slavery. The question is: How many of these boys in a few short years will be full- Hedged anarchists? It was the dream of John Mitchell, former president of the I'nite.l Mine Workers of America, to have these boys kept out of the mines and the breakers, but his administration end ed with l.ttle accomplished. His in- tluenee was instrumental in forcing the ii.iagc of a state law providing for this, out that law might s well never have been enacted. The state mining department has made a feeble hluff at enforcing it, but that is all. Many of the de-puty mino inspectors ignore it dtiiiy; some even refuse to act at nil. Their lax ni'ss in this equals their indifference to the state mining laws, which is no torious. The toll of the mines in human live averages Hnu killed and l.Kim in jured annually. Pennsylvania regards this with as little interest as the spec tacle of 20,000 stunted youths In the hnnds of their heartless task master, the eoa-l trust. . The trust pairs dividends regularly without regiird to how many lives they Four Chairs Thai-' ull yon need when you move DIAGRAM OF THE April 23. May day movers Chicago, take heart. Carpel-beating husbands cheer up. The terrors of moving day and j spring houseeleaning are vanishing. A i Yankee has invented and put in oper- j atiou on the soutli-.-ide of Chicago ui Hat that spells joy for the cliff dwel lers ii nd nuts the horrors of May 1 on, I the blink. If you should adopt his way of liv ing some of the unusual thing In flat life for you would be these: All the furniture you would need would be four chairs and a rug. The landlord will furnish these if you in sist. Your Hpartmeiits will consist of one room, kileiieii and bath This one room -an be converted In 10 second into di n, dining room or boudoir. You wil have mote clowet space, more light bjuJ air. und better facili ties for reiening parcels while you are dowtown lU'ii any modern fat provide. In brief, these are some of the good things of the folding Mat. One room in this kind A Hat U equal to three; and two room are better than six. The tut s especially dcsigeiid to please thone who have be.en living In family hotels. One flat i in opera tion near Jackson park, Chicago, and another In Vancouver, H. C, nd bv'h are said to be successes. The one-room apartment is pan pli ('.. A'.oiit one .-idc of the room 7t NT I t-BT'OW V -. - , !..," P-- e" 4 1 m P)1n':- ch"- r4U m lis :: m ski 2 ; Zjr cower. 0 35; I Q If""! fxl N SHELF ' J atovg :tile x'.---:j, i ill fl f NK BATM rpfci J M KITCHEN JvatX If U0HT ?f(T) :i I MAI-U, WC. COURT. I MAIN HALL OP B UILDING- trpn . -i;t. It makes no effort In di- I munig) t-hlld labor, by which It pro fits. II -winks at thi cupidity of the parent who makes false affidavit to the age of hi boy. Ami all the state law requires Is an affidavit. President Roosevelt's plan, us rep n si nted In the Rcverldgc bill, pro vides against the shipping outside the state in which it Is produced any arti cle in the production of which child labor is employed. Such a law en forced would compel the coal trust to put a stop to hllil labor In the mines and the breaker. And the Congn ss 1.x us Indifferent as Pennsylvania. Meantime the hollow of Pennsylvania bends -chested youth over its task. helpless and hopeless. Sometimes it is a bitter fight for bread which compels a mother, sud denly made a widow, or with a maimed or helpless husband, to make affidavit that her boy is above the legal age limit. In the breakers for nine hours each day the boys sit humped over a chute, through which passes an endless stream of small pieces of coul. Wit.i nimble fingers they pick out the hits of slate and sulphur and toss them into an adjoining chute. A fog of coal dust rises from these chutes and enshrouds the brisker Thev must breathe it constantly; Dure Is no escatie. Three or four years of this and thev are stunted, hollow- chested, pale-faced maybe consump tives. In the mines the boys serve as door ti nd. i s and car oilers. The oilers lu bricate the car wheels every time the car conn s into the mi ic. The door tenders guard the entry doors, open Ing and closing them every t mule train of cars passes, lungs suffer little less than brothers' in the breakers. me a Their their Feel languid, weak, run-down Headache? Stomach off? Just a plain case of lazv liver. Hurdock Flood Hitters tones liver and stom ach, blood. iioniotes digestion, purifies the I IK1S RlltTH RATI'.. Pails. April 23. A statement of thi decrease in the number of births In I this city was recently made by M. ! Hertillon, the expert on the measure ' meiit of criminals. Eas year there jwire only about in, noil births in Par tis, while the population numbered Miearlv three millions, while in 1862, jwht-n the population numbered little nior,. than one and a hair million, tne number of births was nearly f.S.OOU. How the population has so Increased under the circumstances is a prob lem that M. Hertillon did not solve. SHERIFF ( AIM! IIES PIllSOVKIt. Las Vegas. April 23. -SMN-ll) . Sheriff Romero returned today from Trinidad. Colo., with Eutlmlo Cara bajal, who was Indicted three months ago for selling mortgaged property. The setiff has been hunting his man for three months. "I suffered habitually from consti pation. Doan's Regulets relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since." A. E Davis, grocer, Sulphur Springs, Tex. and a Rug Into this ' Icxer-opiTntitl one-room flat. ONE-ROOM FLAT. ' runs a large cUe t. All the extra I furniture, trunks clothing, etc. .are j kept in this closet, which is ventilated ' by modern means ' The furniture swiigs in and out of , till closet Oil reVoli itlg panels w hen 1 vim touch a small button or b-ver. A 'child can operate the lever. A a den the ruun contains your rims and chairs, the landlord's couch, a bookcase -and secret. ir and a library table. To convert it ifc'. a dining r.iom j.ist press the button tli.it swings a paj.el and brings the sNletioard and table tups out of the closet. Shove the library table up against tie panel -and the dining table top automatically falls inu place. Push the tal.;e out onto the lloor and take your lilna from the china closet-sideboard now on the l'ro.t of the panel. To maka a bediaom replace the diniog table top and revolve the panel which carries the sideboard. oil Ufc sther side- i he folding bed. Pre a foot lever and it falls into place. Further dowu the wall turn a' little brass knob and release the panel on whi li the bonkcuse is hung. Its re verse side sh a fully appointed dresser. To one side of the dresser is an adjustable pier gifts. One feature of th folding bed i' that the bed clothes are so clamped to it that when swung Into the ventl lateil closet they hung loo.? and are w. '.l uin d. The rent of such 4 Hat is about the same as that of an ordinary four-room a in rt ment i THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE FOR RENT WANTED personal property Kult KENT One furnished from room. 209 S. Walter. KoU RENT Two rooms for Pgm housekeeping. 210 South Walter. F 'II It EXT Iarge cool front rooms. t Central. Apply close In. J24 We at rear. Foil KENT Three nicely furnished housekeeping rooms and bath. Close In. Apply at Citizen office. Full KENT Two newiy furnished rooms for housekeeping. No sick people. 221 South Edith. Phone 1539. FK KENT Two rooms furnisiieii for l ght housekeeping. Price, Jll per month. Apply 404 X. 2nd St. Ft) It KENT Furnished house tor rent. 316 So. Broadway. No In valids. Knl! SALE Thorough bred Khode Island Ke.ls. 1. Tor 13 eggs. 12S North Eighth street. Poll .Ven'T Nic furnisheT room. light and sunny bath, hot water, everything new; electric lights, kit- chen for those that wish to do light conking. Kio Grande rooming house, .M9 W. Central ave. FOR SALE FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano, pood 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. AUuquerque. Foil S A EE Sew ing machine in first class condition. Address 3 Citizen. FOR SALE 200-egg Cyphers incu bator; an excellent machine at a low price. Only used a short time. E. W. Fee. poultry supplies of all kinds. 602-604 S. 1st. Thone 16. FOR SALE At a bargatn. a brand- new Stevens shotgun, never been fired. A high grade and thorough ly modern gun. Inquire at The Citizen office. LOST and FOUND Li iST- A white Finder , -poodle with black telephone 691. Tiose. SI (HI REWARD $100. The readers of this paper will be oieased to learn that there Is nt least nne dreaded illsase ttiat science has been nlile to cure in all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Halls Catarrh Cure the onlv Doslnve core now Known lo the medical fraternity. Catarrh Deln constitutional utsease, requires a con stitutional treatment. Halls Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly niirin the blorxt and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby destroying the foundation or the disease, ana giving the patient strength Uy l.nlldlng up the constitution and assisting nature In oo ing Its work. The proprietors have so much taitn in us curative powers ini tbev otTer One Hundred tollars for any esse thst It falls to cure. Send for Hst of testimonials. Address: F. J. CHKMKV CiJ., loieoo, ci. S"ld bv rrugglsts. 75c. Tnk' Mi:-s Family Pills for cxMifctt Ml lOH. t hi- uay sold my restatira.it .uisiness. id: u.-xied at 204 North Tirird street, to bf Wonj, who will here- ifi er con ij.-t said business. IIREEN WATSOM. AI buiiier.ue, T. SI., April 20. 19fri-. No iUe to Pie "I have found out that there is no use in die of lung trouble as long as you can get Dr. King's New Discov ery."' says Mrs. J. P. White, of Rush born, Pa. "I would not be alive to day only for that wonderful medi cine. It loo-ens up a cough quicker than anything else, and cures lu&g disease even after the case Is pro nounced hopeless. " This most reli able remedy for coughs and colds, la grippe, asthma. bronchitis and hoarseness, is sold under guarantee at all dealers'. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Fort llayard, N. M . April 17. 190S. Si ale I proposals. In triplicate, for the construction, plumbing and wiring of two double sets of is". C. O. quar ters, at this post, will be received here until II a. m. May Is. 1H08, and then opened. Information furnished on a ppllca lion. I', s. reserves right to uccept or reject any or all pro posals or any part thereof. Envel opes containing proposals should be marked "O'larters" ami addressed to t'.ipt. S. I'. Vesta!, Constructing QuJjri-riiiut-r. MKiiti:. Kids will be received up to t p. m. Monday. April 27. llo.s, ,,n the stock if koi id iimi fixtures belonging to the bankrupt estate of Jo-,. ;. lwis & Co, 1. nue. may I to F. Armiji 'ati-d at 17 West Central sve The Inventory and the srtock seen at miy time by applying '. Long, tttisti building. room 1, N. J'. lil.KK' opi-KA imi'si:. First Miiulu Afu-r I'jiHter, :i p. m. Lecture by Mrs. Marshall Flans l ig, Illustrated by songs of little Jilie and Madge Flaru-burg and th firnous iitile Marshall L. C. Flans .urg. (If he has not been kidnaped or Injured I also will sing. Tickets 60c lnd $1 at Matson's. Don't buy your furniture until you fev the Futrelle Furniture Co.'s line ,jf all Kinds of household goods. We me ition a few of our bargains: Oak ilrt-ser $10 and up; oak chair $8.f0, double corn feat sewing rockers 17.25 und up. Ml serviceable s'.ld -nd vladucL oak rockers $2. SO, $1 25, chiffoniers, the above are good ccmfurtable. West !CLASSIFIED A 13 S WANTED Gents' good. second hand clothing. shoes and huts at 615 South First street, south of viaduct. K. J. Sweeney. WANTED Hood dining room Apply Hotel Columbus. gill. WANTED To sell or trade Mr a horse team or for one good driving horse, a good mule team. A. Mon toya. 21.1 West Gold. WANTED Good girl, general house work, family of one. Call at once. Miss Arnold, 724 W. Copper. WANTED Lady partner, small amount of money reuulrtO., in ai elegant refined office business. Ad dress J. J. D., P. O. Kox 263. WANTED Ladles desiring new spring millinery to call on Miss C. P. Crane, 52 2 North Second street, millinery and dressmaking parlors. Phone 944. Help wanted. VANTE1 -ljudy demonstrator; per manent work; good pay; no Invest ment. Ca1. at Savoy hotel, room 7S. after r.:30 p. m before 9:30 a. m. O. C. Mowers Co. WA.NTKU bie hadlea. unmarried men. between ages of 21 and 35; citizens of United States, of good I character and temperati habits, who cart speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Officer. 23 E. Central Ave.. Albuquerque. New Mexico WANTED Capable men to fill ex ecutive, technical, ottlce 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, Albuquerqu, N. M. Phone 257. HOARDERS WANTED Nicely fur nished rooms and board at Mrs. L. R. C.llbert'-s, 216 W. Hasieldine Ave. SALESMEN WANTED Capable Milesman to cov 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' tora calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque anu surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basis. Bowes Allegrettl, SI5 River St., Chi cago. WANTED Live, energetic men for exclusive territory agei.ry of "In dex" Kerosene Burner converts ivsal oil Into gas gives one hun dred candlepower burns on man tle Instantaneous seller. Write at once. Coast Lighting Company, 92n Yesler Way, Seattle. WANTED Salesmen wanted for our Individual lighting plants. Our cen tral generator system has never been pushed. An opportunity to make big money. Exclusive terri tory to husTier" woe ror tun plopositlon. Knight Light Co., Ctil- caro. WANTED Capable salesman to cov er J:ew Mexico with staple line. High commieainns, with $100. (0 monthly advanoe. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich. AGENTS opportunity of lifetime, no experience neoessary, big cash prof Its daily, one agent made $21 In 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 $500 policy: no lssessments or dues; other amounts in proportion. Death benefit, weekly Indemnity, free medical attendance, original popular features, either sex. All claims promptly and liberally set tled: insurance assets $500,000. Re. liable representatives wanted ev erywhere: exc'uslve territory; lib eral permanent Income. Increasing each year; absolutely sure. Address International Corporation, 181 Prnadwav (Dept. Wtl, New York. WANTED Sales Representative for specialty and school supplies. (Inod man can make $35 a v. eek and up. Permanent position to right party. Centennial S. S. Co.. 1725 Stout St.. Denver, Colo. CAPARLK SALESMAN to cover New Mexico wih staple line. High com missions, with $100 00 nwnthly ad vance. Permanent position to right I man. J.ss H Sml'h Co, Detroit, Mich. I WANTED Salesmen to handle vest pocket side line to increase depart ment stores' salea. Twenty dollars dally easily made. State territory you cover. Samples supplied free. Kllss-Deveneau Company, Chicago. III. CAPARLK traveling salesman at once. I Staple line, profitable commission. I Contract with $S5.00 weekly ad- vance. Permanent position; refer- ences required. A. S. J. Co., Grand ' River Ave . Detroit. Ilch I He it Vliat II e Needed" I "Nine years ago It looked aa If my I time had come," says Mr. C. Farthing I of Mill Creek, lnd. Ter. "I was so run j down that life hung on a very slender thread. It was then my druggist rec- I ommended Kluctrlc Bitters. I bought j a bottle and I got what I needed strength. I had one foot in the grave. I but Electric Bitters put it back on I the turf again, and I've been well i evur since." Sold under guarantee at ' all dealers at all dealers. (Oo. j DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses. Wagons and other Chattels nlso on SAIAKIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low a $10 and as high as 1200. Loani art quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In yout possession. Our rates are reas onable, Call and see us before bor rowing. , THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms S and 4, Grant Bldg. 803 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Often Evenlnfcs. Miscellaneous HONEST AGENTS 30 days' New circular ready. Soaps better than ever. Write. Chemical Co., Chicago. credit, selling Parker $1.25 PER WORD Inserts classified ads. in 36 leading papers In U. S. Send for list. The Dake Advertis ing Agency, 427 South Main street. Los Angeles. MARRY your choice. Particular peo- nle. everywhere. Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An geles, Cal. ACJENTS Introduce SOPASTE to factories, railroad shops, etc. Re movea grease dirt quickly; Immense sals; amazing profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRY your choice. Particular peo ple, everywhere, Introduced without publicity; no fakes: details free. Ad dress, A. C, box 1338, Los Angeles, Calif. $210.00 Motor Cycle "r nurse 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 receive, postpaid, a beau tiful 16x20 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. Write for particulars. R. D. Martel, Dept. 79, Chloato. $12.M) CASH OR $15.00 ON IN STALLMENT, for one of the new stylish suits. The well known David Marks Custom Made Clothing, sold everywhere from $1S to $30. This Is your opportunity to get a suit for $12.50 cash or Tor $1.00 weekly. Come and see them. E. Msharam, 516 West Central. $210.00 MOTOR Cy.b- or hoTse and buggy furnished our men for trav eling, and $85.0-0 per moTith and expenses, to twke orders for the ureat.st nortralt house In the world. You will receive, postpaid n hesutlful 16x20 reproduction of oil painting in answer to this ad Wr'te for particulars. K. 11. Martel Dept. 341, Chicago. MALE HELP HEP.ES a ehanoe for ynu to make money. Our representatives make $10 a day; so can you. Immediate seller and exclusive territory. Agen'ji can carry as side line. C. F. Penn-oe. Mgr.. 152 Mutual Life Hldg Seattle, Woshlngten. $110.00 MOTOR cycle or horse and buggy fornlshofl our men for trav eling, and $85.00 per month and expne, to ak- orders for the greatest portrait house in the world. You will receive, postpaid, a beaallfal 16x20 reproduction of oil painting in answer to this ad. Write fr particulars. R. D. Martel, Dept. 414, Chicago. WAN T E D M ale Help iiy actual work la shof.s and on burVdtnga -no toys or books you can Jearn electricity, plumbing, bricklaying, etc., in a few months. Free illus tnteil catalogue and rates. Fnlon School of Trades, 120-126 E. !th St., lis Angeles, Cal. MOKF. BARGAINS IN ItAXCHKK. Fight its In a I la If a, well lenotl. jvlolu hoiHse ami burn, fruit Irec.s. alsmt tivn iitilc ui mil of town. Price S0IHI.O0 i-a.h. Sin and a half ai-rvti first t-ln-w Li ml. a I reiuly put n ted In tegeta bles, almiit luilf ptaiitiil ill alfalfa llils spring, three nsoii miolM lioilsi- in giMMl eoilditliHi. TIiIh place is liM-utetl two and U .half miles from town. Price, II.IHIO; $."00 down, balance in one ear at H jicr ent. Alsmt I Oil acres of lirt claw lrrigitll land, lis-ateil four miles norili of town, 50 aires under eulllvutioii (last jeur was pbinuvl In ttlu-ut), uell fenced with fottr tlrea and cedar Mwts, main dltcJi runs through land, title M-rfis-t. Prltv for Ilie whole tract, for a short time only $0.5(10(10. This is u Knap for winielsalv. A. MONTOYA RerJ F.state and Luans. Notary Public. 215 W. (ild Ave. HI M M H 4 a v.i v :: :: m ;v solar I '.a into wit'l water front, nil complete, for 915; and tin .-." I !n n ire for Kill to close out our stock. a B Davis & Zearing 20S W. Gold AV9. a M H Jttxtxxixxxxxixixxxxxxxii m ocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx-xxxvyxioo I'Olt SAI.i: ll-room roomlnjl lioii-e, Mi-nni lieat, running Hater: linrgniii. I OK SI.K Hotel nt n Iwir gnln. IX)K SAI.1-: tt-rM(in modern cement house. I'Olt SAM'. Houses and ranches; houses for rent. M.L.SCHUTT 219 South 2nd Slretl C XXXXXXXXXXXXJ fill Simpler Clark Shoe Company NK.XT 1 R TO POSTOPFH'K. Ijidies Have Von Kxanilned Our If not. Why not'. The average tviHiinn of today nuikcs the iiiom of her opMrlunlliett. Why not you? We huve slus-w nt Hll prlivx. Children's SIhm-m I "nim .(( to tf.oO Missies' und llo)s' from 9I.MI to $. IjiiIIix' SIkm s from ..XI .-' to 1.0(1 Men's shoi-s from. . g'J.oll to So. (1(1 V. 1NVITK YOl' TO CALL. Are you looking tor Mmming? Re member the want columns of Th Evening Citizen are for your especia benefit. It talks to the people urn thoy talk to you A Healing Salve for (turns, Chnped Hands and Sore Nlfiples. As a healing salve for burns. Bores, sore nipples and chapped hands Cham berlaln's Salve is most excellent. It allays the pain of a burn almost In stantly, and unless the Injury Is very severe, heals the parts without leav Ing a scar. Price, 25 cents. For sale by all druggists. Screen doors und windows made by home nieebiuilcs at the Siis'rlor Planing Mill. -o- A Twenty year Sentence. "1 have just completed a twenty year health sentence. Imposed by Lucklen's Arnica Salve, which cured me of bleeding piles Just twenty ymrs ago," writes o. S. Woolever, of Leltaysville, N. Y. llucklen's Arnica Salve bealH the worst sores, bolls, burns, wound and cuts in the short est time. 25c at all dealers. EVERYBODY READS THE ALBU QUJ3RQUE CITIZEN BECAUSE WE (JET THE NEWS FIRST. Your laundry given to the WHITE WAtrONK Insure! you of first class tiork and prompt delivery. Hubbs laundry Co. I Kirs 4J4MI E CREAM .)Kt ; 8TORE. HT -r.KAM AND SODA. WALTON'S Pal Pinto Wells cures and prevents your grocer for It. Vftnera' Water constipation. Ask MADE FOR SERVICE IN THE ROUGHEST WEATHER AND GUARANTEED ABSOLUTELY WATERPROOF 0WEJf,s POMMEL SLICKERS This trade mark and the word TOWER on the tultom distin nuish this hiah grade ilkker trino the just as oooo brand i A MONTH PHYSICIANS W. M. SIIEItlDAN. M. D. .nioopathlc Physician and Surgvoa. Occhlental I.lfo Building. Telephone 880. OIL F. J. PATC1UN PhysOclan and Surffeon. Offlce over Vann Jrug Stor.-. Of. flee hours tt to 12 a. in., a to 5, m m a p. m. nones, office 441, iuence "95. DR. I L. HIST rliyslclan and Surgeon. 'i Rooms 8 & 7. N. T. ArmUo Bnlldlns. DR. SOLOMONL BCRTON. Physician and Surgeon. Highland Office. 610 South W sitae Street. Phone 1030. DltS. BRONSON ft BRONSOIi Homeopathic Physicians and So geons, Over Vann's Drug Store. Office 628; Residence 105. DENTISTS C1IAS. A. K.LI.KR, Dentist. Albuquerque, New Mexico. Room 14, N. T. Armljo Building. Phone S0. OK. J. K. CIlAtT Dental Surgery. Rooms 2 ami ., Itarnett BalliUaa, Over O'lUelly'g Dru store. Appointments innile Dy Phone 744. EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. 8. Office hours. 0 a. m. U 12:S0 au 1:30 to 5 p. m. Appointments mule by malL 30fl Went Central Ave. Phone 411 LAWYERS It. W. D. BRYAN. Attorney at Law. Office, First National Bank BaTJdlBft Albuquerque. N. M. E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Office, Cromwell Block. Albuquerque. N. M. IJLA M. BOND Attorney at Lew. Pensions, Land Patents, Oopyrtt'bM Caveats, Ietflcr Patents, Trade Marks, Claims. 32 F. street, N. M. Washington. D. G. TIIOS. K. D. SLADDISON Attorney-at-Law. Office with W. 11. Chlldera, 117 West Ookl Avenue MISCELLANEOUS r. W. bPENCEH Architect. Walter. 1211 South Photm IU. FRENCH A ADAMS UNDERTAKERS. Lady Assistant. Embalming a Spectalt. INSURANCE B. A SLEYSTER Insurance, Real Folate; PobUc, Notary Rooma 13 and Albuquerque, 14, Cromwell BleeK, N. M. Phone 1st.. - A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Building A-o-Uttoa 217 Went Central Aveuue. VETERINARY WlLIilAM BELDEN Veterinary. Surgery and Iiiiistry a Specially. 402 Mouth E-llth Puoue 405. DR. II. D. PETTI FORD Veterinary Surgeoa. Practice: Therapeutics, Surger? Obstetrics on Horses, Cattle, Sb Hogs. Dogs and 'Jats. Office wits, Thornton, the Cleaner, 111 Norta Third. Phone 480. Hospital aa Resilience. 73S South Walter. Rm dence phone, 820. Our shirt and collar work Is pet. feet. Our "DOMESTIC FINISH" la the proper thing. We lead others follow. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. if ii i c r-tTimv 1 s Ktm mm " w w AND CURE the LU!SC w,th Dr. llmz : - jwl ') ? QVP. ANT" " ' on M0Ny ; p9ia srx t , ti 1