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i t tili.ltlii.iii nlfl'LNT f rAene six. THE TAFT SMILE r. Business Man 1 r"1 1 1 7i M . , 5, 1 will i , C3Li&- i.. if I &v ?VVm&,Jl I Mines and Mining j Banin. Wyo., May 29. It Is unJ.T- stood amiHit? mining mm familiar with the facts that the placer proper, ties at the headquarters of Hie Little Big Horn river will carry values run ning well alM)ve $1 per euble yard in free gold; and It Is figured that from ti to $ per cubic yard can be re covered by the cyanide process. These values have evidently been brought ' down into the basin from the sur rounding mountains by rains and melting snows during ages past. The result Is a veritable lake of gold bear ng graveia. which are said to nhnw n decided increase In value down to a depth of several dozen yards. The Gold Standard Mining. Milling and Improvement company has undertaken to operate about 600 aores of these rich placer fields, and active preparations for the work are now going forward. Colorado. Breckenrldge, Colo., May 29. Summit county operators have been .assured that the government survey is to make a careful study of this section, beginning about June 1. The publication of the results is likely to be little short of surprising as indi cating the Immense resources of the county In unmined mineral wealth. As an Instance of what the govern ment experts are likely to run across, 1t is stated that Just the other day on the well-known Oro vein, Just across the gulch from the Welling ton estate near this place, ore was encountered that assayed $80 to the ton In gold and copper. The same vein Is being exploited by the Wel lington Mines company by tunnel and drift. This company Is Just making a test shipment of carbonate gold. Some very high assays of this ore have already been reported. Montezuma. Colo., May 29. Kvi den es of an extraordinarily active tninMit; season for the Montezuma, district are coming forward daily. Not the lea.st of these is the testimony of Investors and brokers who come t be shown and who go away con vinced. Mr. Thoma.1 L. Williams, the well-known Missouri banker ami cat tle breeder, is one of these. After going through the mines and exain In'ng the ore veins, Mr. Williams suys: "Hy sentiment and experience 1 am conservative. I came out to Montezuma to see and to be shown. I im convinced that there is wealth untold beneath these mountains sim ply waiting the hand of man to take it out. In my Judgment the distribu tion of the seen and unseen wealth of Montezuma becomes simply a question of management." Mr. Wil liams Is vice president of the South western Investment company of Kan sas City, one of the largest brokerage houses In the west. Cripple Creek, Colo., May !9. It is the stated policy of the Stratton estate to save all ores carrying values under $10 per ton; and a mill will probably be erectef at an early date for the treatment of these ores. The statement Is freely made that trie fu ture of this camp Is brighter than at any previous time in Its history. There is still an immense acreage here that has never been even pros pected. Among the Stratton proper ties the Pelmonlco now seems likely to take a very prominent place. Shaft sinking has been pushed rapid ly toward the level of established values, and important results are an ticipated. Idaho, Boise. Idaho, May 29. The Hasln gold district la likely to spring some surprises In the way of production figures, accord ng to the opinion ex pressed hy Mr C. A. Uennarker of Kansaf City, who was in Boise the ther il.iy In the Interest of the McKln ley f ;'.! M iles company. Regarding the minerali.e.l leiiges m juioki mountain Mr. It. nnacker says; "The lB.-.s are very prominent anil pienn ful. There is a great deal or being done in the district by uultal. To see this property believe in It ' ii ii i if JJ u f VV U HHchen Coolness No hot and blisterim air to sap vitality anc make cooking intoler- 1 able when work is done on the safe, economical and comfortable New Per fection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove. Using it, your kitchen is not a room to rly from, but a place where all the necessary household work is done in restful coolness it doesn 't heat the kitchen. The NEW PERFECTION Wick Blue Flame 00 Cook-Stove is convenient and handy for every purpose of a cooking stove. It saves money and time makes a clean kitchen and contented cook. Three sizes of "New Perfection" stove. If not with your dealer write our nearest agency. work local U to He a'so states that the cutting of the Blacksmith vein by the MeKinley tunnel should result in V...,llau opening up some cnorinou.i uic uii the preseii if which is indent ny extensive surface .showings. A very active season of tunnel boring is be ing planned for. 4 Colorado. Montezuma, Colo., May 29. The urn xpecltM does not fall to happen in the Montezuma mines. This time it conies In the shape of gold and cop per in tin? H lver Wave mine on I oi lier mountain. As a result of drift ing in the fourth level a new vein has been opened up and the very flrsi test .showed nearly 5 per cent In cop per with good additional values in gold and silver. The same vein is begin worked in a near-by property and the values obtained have aver- tged better than $100 per ton. The chief values In the Silver Wave were supposed to be in lead and silver, so that these high assays In gold and copper come as a welcome surprise to the management. Nevada, HUNDREDS PHI FUR POWfcKS' PARDON Man in l'eiiileiulary for Killing tiov i iiior oi Kentucky Aluy lie Ko louscU by lioveriior. i.Vunkfo.1 Kv.. Mav 2b. Streams of letters, from ail over the country ..i.. iiourini in on Uovernor Willsoi: d.n.y, urging him to grant full and i rue pardons to Caleb rowers anu James Howard, and every possible procure ts being biougiit to bear on i he iroveinor to have . both men. The onicals, county and ( state, of many southern states, nearly ' nil .,r whom are Democrats, written to Governor Willson and iskcl that he uurdon the men ac- cused of the murder of William Uoe , .id. During the last few days most of the letters whlcii have been turn- ' lug have been from tin otitn. All this has its effect on Governor I wills, hi. ulthouifh it Us said by hU secretary, McKenzie Todd, no man knows how he will decide the cases and he will try not to be influenced by the ph-as which have been pourea upon him. The governor will decide Hi.! cases according to the facts as shown by the record, it is stated by him, and he will not let outside lnflu dices control him, but it U an lnv possibility for him not to be influ enced in. a measure by the constant pleas which are being made for the . j . . . ii ,ki . I rf.,..t rtf Goldfield, Nev May 29. Cutting . f"'"' through a twelve-foot ledge of quartz s.i,. a .u Is no uncommon occurrence at Oold- Let us present a few facts on the subject of advertising for your consideration Next to having goods of merit to sell is the importance of letting the public know that you have them. Here is where careful thought should enter into the proposition. Much money is wasted by the thoughtless choice of advertising mediums. In every city is the clever solicitor for programs, calendars, handbills, and all sorts of schemes in which your ad may look pretty, but where it is not read, and consequently brings no returns. When you buy newspaper space you are sure that your advertise ment will go into the homes of the subscribers and will be read by them, and, if you have what they want, they will come to your store and buy. The same good judgment should govern in your choice of newspapers. We maintain that the evening paper is the better medium, because it goes to the home at a time when" the entire family has time to read it and plan a shopping trip for next day The Albuquerque Citizen Goes into the home in the evening and is read there where the whole fam ily has a chance to see it. A morning paper is often carried to the office by the man of the house, who does not have time to read the ads, but only skims over the news headings. We have a large number of letters giving the opinions of big advertis ers who use evening papers almost exclusively. We will publish these letters from day to day. Their views are valuable. KMEKY, field, but It Is profitable business, nevertheless, and gives encourage ment to operators nnd leasers to keep at work. The ledge recently cut on the MlO-foot level of the Kansas City Velvet lease measured Just twelve feet and makes a splendid showing. In tho C. O. D. lease of the same company rapid progress Is reported In the work of cross-cutting and drift ing. The latest strike on the 600-foot level of the Mohawk continues to at tract a large share of attention. AhtNka. rawon, Yukon Ter., May 29. The coming season promises to be an un usually busy one on the Stewart river placer fields. As a single evidence of this fact it Is stated that a shipment of 110,000 feet of lumber recently left Vancouver Intended for the construe tlon of the hull of the Yukon lia-sin '.old Dredging company's flrt dredg designed for operation along the Stewart. Tho machinery for this dredge has been received from San Francisco and la now being assem bled at Whltehorse. Thousands of shares of this company' stock have been sold right here in Dawson, where former Governor William Ogll vie and other large backers of the new enterprise are widely and favor ably known. T'aetlcal mining men who are familiar with the Stewart river placers and have panned the rich gravel beds that constitute the properly are said to be among the heaviest Investors. Wyoiiiliuj. Laramie, Wyo., May 29. A pur chase of forty cars and one and one- half miles of track was recently re ported as made by the American Gold Placer company for the equipment of its placer property along Douglas creek In Albany counlv. Dredging operations on an extensive scale are expected to be commenced at an early date. IJIIin. TIIAYElt DKY GOODS tK. Kansas City. Mo. "We consider the evening paper the best medium for a department store advertisement, although such departments as men's clothing and furnishings seem to get very goods results from a morning paper. The Kansas City Star (evening) and the, Kansas City Times (morning) are both delivered to the homes at the one subscription price. One Is as good as the other from a newspaper stand point, but by observation I find that the majority of men carry off th morning edition to read on the car when going to business, while on the other hand the nimble housewife ha plenty of time to read the evening paper, and will thoroughly digest department store ad." BYRON V. BAILEY, Adv. Mgr. the best advertising medium, as the average woman does not take time to read her paper until her day's work is done." H. Grsenblatt, Adv. Mgr. JOILV W. THOMAS & CO. Minneapolis. "We believe the evening papers are more thoroughly read In the homes. We use them most." R. D. Jones, Adv. Mgr. KROFGFIt BROS. Milwaukee. "Is this city the evening papers have srought beat results." C. H. Kroegner. HI). SCIICSTKR & CO. Milwaukee 'We consider the evening paper TUB HOWE & STETSON CO. New Haven. "Consider evening papers better mediums. More people have lima to read Items to effect." M. E. Loo mis, Adv. Mgr. W. V. SNYDER & CO. Newark, N. J. "We consider evening papers beat because they are taken home, while morning papers are taken away from home, as a rule." T. S. Fattlnger, Adv. Mgr. BLOOMINGDALE BROS. New York City. "We find evening papers pay bet ter.' J. R. Parcaus, Adv. Mgr. 1 pardon both men st'll prevails here. When the decision will be an nounced Is a problem which no one can solve, for the governor himseir does not know. He will not make any prediction, but it is known tnat he is nearly through with the records and that he lias only a few more days of work before he wtU have read all the evidence in both cases and oe fa miliar with all the facts as brought out at the trials. Mrs. Willson is tak ing an active Interest In the cases and wants Howard pardoned, especially. It was stated here several days ago that the governor had promised Mrs. Will son to paction Howard, but this was denied officially, and it Is said that even Mrs. Willson does not know how the cases will be decided. While he is waiting for the decision of the governor and is hoping that he will be pardoned, Howard is doing his regular work in the penitentiary and has made a model prlfoner. The war den says he has no fault to find with Howard's conduct. Howard himself Is hopeful and has made his plans for the future In case he is pardoned. He will not Bay to anyone what these plans are, but he says he has no charges to answer If he Is freed OI tho sentence for the alleged murder of oebel. I GRAND OPENING Traction Park CASINO A The RstfO LAMP-; r draft lamp free Irom tli -- w a true er he faults of other lamps. A perfect artificial liuht. Handsome and safe. If not with your dealer, write our nearest aiiency. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY (UMrpurtM) FOR SAMS. Iots numbered 7 and 8 In block 18 In the Eastern addition to the city of Albuquerque s shown and designated on the amended and supplemented map of said addition made by Martin Rapp. P. K . and filed In the office of probate clerk and ex-officlo record er of said county on the 14th day of October, 1888. This property la on South Arno street and will be sold. GEO. P. LEARN ARD. Administrator. Notice is hereby given that sealed bids for the erection of a dormitory for the New Mexico School of Mines at Socorro, New Mexicoaccording to plans and specifications adopted by the Board of Trustees of said institu tion at a regular meeting held on the 20th of May, 1908, will be received by the undersigned at the office of the secretary In Socorro up to 4 p. m. on June 6th; each bid to be accom panied hv a certified check for $160.00 as an evidence of good faith. Ject any and all bids. A. C. ABEYTIA. President. Attest: C. T. Brown, Secretary. Raivf.nn Sandals with heavy sole and .-oft, dark tan colored uppers. They are the Ideal foot covering for hot weather, look neat and wear well. Price, 5 to 8. $1.00; 9 to 11. $1.15; 12 to 2, $1.2.-,; S to 6, $1.50. C. May's shoe store, S14 West Central avenue. TiJ Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkote Roofing First and Marqaette Albuqtserqoe, New Mexico Sunday Night May 31 I Armin Stock Co. Opening Bill "Because She t Loved Him So, I Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Worki m. P. MALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Casting's; Ore, Ooal and Lumber Cats; Shaft In ki Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iroa Fronts for Buildings. Ropmlro on Mining ana mill Mmonlmory m poololty Foundry east side of railroad track. AlbuQ.uorg.ue, N. M. HAVE YOiriA Insist upon OeWitt's Witch Hasel "..T. It Is especially rood for piles. Sold hy J it. O'RIelly Co. Kennedy's Laxative Coug-b Bymj dors not constltpate, but on the other hand its laxative principles entl move the bowels. Children Ilk tl Sold hy J. H O'Kielly Co. We have the rtnest assortment o Iron beds In the city. Prleen the low est. Kutrells Furniture Co. tt High Class Vaudeville Between the Acts. ROOM TO RENT? OR A HOUSE? Do you know that people are almost fighting forquarters right here in Albuquerque, and.now? And .like this Ilalr IreT and Chiropodist. Mrs. BamDini, at ner panori poslte the Alvarado and next door to Bturg-es' cafe, Is prepared to g'r thorough scalp treatment, do h.lr dressing, treat corns, bunions and In growing nails. She gives masssg treatment and manicuring. Sirs Hambinl's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and improves the complexion, and ta guaranteed not to be injurious. 8h also prepares, a hair tonic that curd and prevents dandruff and hair fa.l Ing out; restores Ilia to dead hair, removes moles, warts and superfinou hair. Massage treatment by vlbratoi machines. For any blemish of tbt face call and consult Mrs. Bambini FOR KENT Large, well furnished, well ventilated front room, modern and sanitary. OO Blake St. placed in The Albuquerque Citizen will secure you a tenant at the small cosfol 3 times for 35c, or 6 times for 50c. tlm