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ILBUQUERQliL CITIZEN. PACK gKVKW. WERE SAVING THE MILK FOR THE SHOW JAIL DOESN'T WORRY THREE BAD BOYS CLASSIFIED JJD Tliey Play About the Cell nut Finally U"UVU1J'J1n"n U 0 n"ru uulJ Ln -nj"l-n-n-r,-n-n-ri rvu- TU-cn-rx. -ruuw"v" -"-wjijTnjTj-u- oomwwxwwwi - - - - - rsz r , H llMlrUfU Man Had a Cow on Roof Garden but Had to Advertise for a Milk Maid. New York, May 29. Any comely young woman who desires to earn (40 a mouth and board by milking a cow nightly before a roof garden audience can get a Job by applying to William Uammerstein, manager of the Vic toria theater. Hot employment will begin immediately and last until September. ' Mr. Hammereteln has a sort of farm aa one of the attractions of his roof garden, wherein ro-aro pigs. goaU, sheep, liens, ducks and other barnyard Inhabitants. This year a cow has been added, and Harry Mock has hunted for a pretty dairymaid through all the dramatic agencies, the Bowery and the stockyards in vain. So Mr. Hammerstein was forced to advertise In the rural newspapers. The candidates will be taken to the roof, where they will be put through their paces with the cow. The bent milker will get the position. Wie Didn't I'ndorsutnd Elevators. When the cow was delivered at the theater late Saturday afternoon, Mr. Hammerstein found that cows are not proficient in stair climbing. So to get her to the roof "bossy" was coaxed Into the elevator. When the power was turned on the frightened animal bucked, rammed and kicked, but in good time landed at the top and was hauled out by main strength and placed in stall. "I guess you had better feed her now," said Hammerstein to Mock. "She looks hungry." Mock was helpless. No one knew just what a cow ate, so she was given a drink of water. A messenger sent to the stockyards, returned with the Information that grass was good and "middlings" were better. "Middlings" being a mysterious quantity grass wus procured and the cow was fed on It until yesterday, when a dairyman was brought down from Westchester county to superintend operations. He was astounded to f i;id that "bossy ' had not been milked, so he set to work with a stool and a pail. Just then Mock appeared. A 1-osnon From. Uie Milkman. "Hold on there!" he shouted. "We are saving that milk until the roof opens. Ixin t waste it. man!" "Wal, I snum!" gasped the dairy man. 'You'rs savin' it, be ye? Tliun deration, don't ye know that if ye don't nilik her twlct a day she won't be wuth sawsage meat?" "You certainly do live and learn said Mck, and then he took a lusson himself. Nut only will "bossy" be milked before the audience, but her milk will be served fresh and warm to those who desire a drink. PAROLED ONLY 10 FACE MURDER CHARGE Denver, May 29. Fred Howard, alias George Voorhees, the only otm of thirteen convicts to escape the gal lows by a break from the state prison at Folsom, Calif., in July, 11)03, which resulted In the killing of a turnkey and a guard and In the kidnaping and wounding of other officials, is to be r leased from the Colorado peniten tiary, where he is serving a term for robbery, only to be taken back to California to stand trial for murder. O' vi l nc.r iiuchtel will grant him a parole. -"Mii ume ago Governor Ruchtel received a letter from Eugene S. Wachuu-l. district attorney at Sacra, munto, telling him of the desire of th California authorities to try How ard fir murder. After a conference with Warden Cleghorn Governor Pucliiei decided that California re ally has the first right to the man. Mr. John Rlha of Vlnlng, ra.. says "I have been selling DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills for about yeai and they give better satisfaction that any pill I ever sold." Sold by J. K O'RIelly Co. IF SOMEONE l&fr fan or f A L u n I S7UKD4Y HGHT? 4D THf SHOP fULL OF CUSTOVeftS '"I Admit That Hunch Life Would lie Better for 'llieni. fclmon Montragon, Fred Luna and George Ward, 7, 10 and 11 years old respectively, the three bad boys sen tenced from Judge Craig's court Wed nesday to fifteen days In the county Jail, occupy a light airy room on the second floor of the county Jail with a man, Carr by name, who is await ing to be sentenced for forging a San ta Fe pass. Carr was found guilty at last term of the Bernalillo county court The furniture of the room occupied by the boys consists of several cots, several chilra and a table pushed against the wall near a north window. The single door to the room is made of crossed bars of steel and the win dows are covered with bars, carr was sitting at the table writing when Dr C. K. Lukena. superintendent of the New Mexico Children's Home so ciety, called, and the boys were play ing about the room. A pack of cards was conspicuous, lying on the table. The noisy Jargon of prisoners in the main cell of the building could be heard. The boys stopped their romping as soon as they learned that there were visitors to see them. George Ward, the negro boy stood In a cor ner concealed from any one looking through the bars of the door. Luna stood in front of the door, and Simon appeared a moment later with a towel as though he had been washing his face. The two larger bays wore their hats. "You don't like this place very well, do yon?" asked Dr. Lukens, Each boy shook his head. "Wouldn't you rather go out on a ranch and have a pony and herd cat tle?" was the doctor's second ques tion. Luna said at first that he didn't think he would, but Ward said that he would like it. Simon was of the same opinion as Ward, and Luna later agreed that he would rather herd cattle than remain In Jail. Then Dr. Lukens took the young .Simon to task about the promise he had made a few weeks before when the doctor took him on his lap at the city holdover and the boy said that he would not steal any more. The boy hung his head, tried to twist his toe Into the bare floor, and kept silent. None of the boys had been visited by their parents since taken to Jail, and none of them expressed any de sire to see them. The boys seemed to have taken to Jail life like it was nothing out of the ordinary. OREGON TRAIL MARKER GETS TIRED OF JOB E.ra Meeker Will Ship His Ox Team Home by Hull and Make the Re turn Trip in a Jlillmaii. St. Joseph, Mo., May 29. Ezra Meeker, the Oregon pioneer, who traveled from Puyallup, Wash., to the White House In an ox wagon and started back the same way, decided to abandon the overland trip and will ship his outfit to Puyallup by rail from St. Joseph. Meeker is discour aged because of lack of Interest In having markers placed along the old Oregon trail and says he Is very tired of traveling. "An honored citizen of this town was suffering from a severe Attack of dysentery. He told frlenri If ha ! could obtain a bottle of Chamberlain's I Colic,' Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, felt confident of being cured, he hav ; ing used this remedy In the west. He ' was told that I kept It In stock and lost no time in obtaining It, and was promptly cured," says M. J. Leach, druggist, of Wolcott, Vt For sale hy all druggists. ONLY WOULD , THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE run ncm whh i l.u rnutn.ni lAj.a . FOR RENT Desk room to let. 118 South Second St. FOR RENT Modera furnlsned 4 and 5 room houses. W. V. Futrelle. FOR RENT New modern tent house nicely furnished. Ill South Walter street. FOR RENT 3 room furnished house on Pacific avenue, $12. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR RENT Six-room modern house 209 E. Silver. Inquire Mrs. J. Kor ber. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms for gentlemen, close to shops; mod ern, with baths. Apply 820 South Third street. FOR SALE Furniture of a 4-room house. Must sell at once. Call evenings. 617 S. Broadway. FOR RENT Three or four furnished rooms for housekeeping In com fortable cottage; no sick people wanted. Address E. S., Citizen. FOR RENT 4 room cottage on Cen tral avenue, $12. Water paid. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR RENT 4 room house, large lot, In 4ih werd, near the park, $12. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR RENT 5 room furnished house close In; desirable location, near postofflce. John M. Moore Realty Co. FOR RENT Two nicely furnished rooms; electric lights and bath; also 3-room house, suitable for batching. Call BIS Fruit Ave. FOR SALE FOR SALE Nine-foot show case. Strong's Book Store FOR SALE liest transient and rooming house In the city. Inquire Box 44. FOR SALE Or trade, a good 8-gal-lon cow, for a horse. Apply Citizen office. FOR SALE Oliver typewriter; very latest model; No. 5; like new; sac rifice. P. O. box 178. FOR SALE Furniture ofa14-room house, house for rent or sale. Call between 9 and 12 a. m. 81S So. Third 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 eon's Music Store. 124 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, $50. at Millet Studio, 216 West Cen tral tvenue. FOR SALE Stock rancn, or will lease cheap; located In western So corro county. Address the owner, P. O. Datil. N. M., J. Kelley. Kok SALE At a bargain, a brand- new Stevens shotgun, never been fired. A high grade and thorough, ly modern gun. Inquire at The Citizen office. FOR SALE Rooming house clearing $95 per month. Purchaser must have $750 cash to hankie. Address M. N., care Citizen. BARGAINS IN ACRE PROPERTY In 5 and 10 acre tracts, within two miles of the city limits, at $20 to $75 per acre. Also a ranch of 1600 acres, all valley land, at $30 per acre. 10 ACRE TRACTS On Fourth street, at $50 per acre. Other small tracts at proportional prices. Money to loan on approved security. Address Felipe J. Giimle, Room 19, Armljo Block, 304 West Central Avenue. Albuquerque, N. M. LOST and FOUND LOST In stores or on streets, gold pin with black enamel; oval shape, with six small pearls. Liberal re ward will be paid by Mrs. N. T Armljo. 418 W. Silver. The Mont Common Oi use of Suffering Rheumatism causes nore pain and suffering than any other disease, for the reason that it Is the most common of all Ills, and It Is certainly gratify ing to sufferers to know that Cham berlain's Pain Balm will afford relief, and make rest and sleep pos sible. In many cases the relief from pain, which la at first temporary, has become permanent, while In old peo ple subject to chronic rheumatism, often brought on by dampness or changes in the weather, a permanent cure cannot be expected; the relief from pain which thla liniment affords Is alone worth many times Its cost 21 and CO cent sizes for sale by all drug gists. NOTICE TO CREDITORS. Territory of New Mexico. County of Bernalillo. In the Probate Court. In re Estate of William B. Chllders. Notice 1s hereby given that the un dersigned, Carrie M. Chllders, was by the said court appointed executrix under the will of William B. Chllders, deceased, on May 4, 1908, and all persons having claims against said estate are hereby notified to present the same within the time prescribed by law, and all persona indebted to said estate will settle the same with the undersigned. CARRIE M. CHILDERS. Executrix, Under the Will of William B. Chllders. I I WANTED A cook to go to Olorleta. Inquire Grand Central hotel. WANTED Position as custodian, watchman or stationary engineer. Best of reference. Address N. Y., Cltlren office. WANTED To exchange home In Cal ifornia for Albuquerque property. For particulars call 42$ 8. Walter. WANTED Capable man wants light outside work, driving preferred. Ad dress O. E. C, Cltlien. WANTED Ladies to call and see our r.ew styles In millinery at reduced prices. Miss C. P. Crane. 611 North Second street. Ladles' tailoring and dressmaking. Phone 944. Appren tlces wanted. WANTED Capable men to fill ex ecutlve, 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. ennne 267. WANTED Ladles to make anrnns: $3.60 dozen. No cost to get work. Materials sent prepaid. Enclose stamped addressed envelope. Home Apron & Dress Co., Loe Angeles, Cal. WANTED For V. S. Army:, Able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 18 and 35; citizens of Unit ed States, of good character and temperate habits, who can speak, read and write English. For in formation apply to Recruiting Of ficer, 203 E. Central Av"., Albu querque, New Mexico. WANTED PTintlmJ decorating, paper hanging; all work guaran teed In or out of the city. Address H. Rand & Co., 920 S. Arno St. SALESMEN WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions with $100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess H. 8mlth Co.. Detroit, Mich. WANTED Capable salesman 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 Salesman, experienced In any line, to sell general trade in New Mexico. Liberal commissions with $35 weekly advance. One salesman earned $1,253.52, his first two months with us. The Contin ental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio. WANTED Traveling men and aollc' tora calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque and surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basis. Bowes Allegrettl, 315 River St., Chl eago. W A NTED Live, energetic men for exclusive territory agei.cy of "In dex" Kerosene Burner converts e.il 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 Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with $100.00 monthly advance. Permanent po sition to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich SALESMAN First class all round hustler to cover unoccupied terri tory selling staple line to retail trade. Technical knowledge un necessary. Permanent to right man. $3il.on weely. Expenses ad vanced. Frank R Jennings, Sales Manager. Chicago. AMBITIOUS MEN WANTED Why work for small salary? You can earn $2." to $150 per day; others are doing It; you can do likewise. If you desire to increase your sal ary and elevate yourself, write for our free book, "How to Become a Professional Auctioneer." Address Chicago School of Auctioneering, Boyce Bldg., Chicago. WANTED- A real-genuine salesman, a man who has ability and who will work for us as hard and conselen tously as he would for himself, to represent us exclusively In Arizona and New Mexico. We have a large, well known and In every way first class line of Calendars, Advertis ing Specialties ani Druggists La bels and Boxes, and our line Is so attractive and varied that each and every business In every town In the country, without regard to else, can be successfully solicited. Our goods are very attractive, but no more so than our reasonable prices, and we know from the experience of others who have been and are now In our employ that any bright hustling man who has good average ability and la wiling t" work can make with us from $50 to $160 per week. Muat be ready to commence work at once. Commissions liberal. Our company was organized In 1882. We are capitalized for $200,000. We state this simply to show that we are responsible and mean business. If you do. It 111 pay you to write Sale Manager, Merchants Publish. ng Co., Kalamazoo, Mich. Enclose this advertisement with your appli cation. Kodul completely digests all classea of food. It will get right at the trouble and do the very work Itself for the stomach. It Is pleasant to take. Mold hy J. H. O'RIelly Co. DAILY THAN MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horses, Wagons and other Chattels also on SALARIES AND WA.REHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low as $10 and as high as $200. Loans are quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Oobds remain In your possession. Our rates are reas onable. Call and see us before bor rowing. TUB HOCSEHOI.D LOAN X. Steamship tickets to and from all parts of the world. Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg. 803 West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evening. Miscellaneous HONEST AGENTS 30 days' credit New circular ready. Soaps selling better than ever. Write. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. $1.25 PER WORlTnirts classified ads. in 38 leading paper In U. 6. Send for list The Dake Advertis ing Agency, 487 South Main street, Loe Angeles. MARRY your choice. Particular peo. pie, everywhere, introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1338, Loi An- gelea, Oal. AOENT8--Introduce SOPASTE to factories, railroad shops, etc. Re move grease dirt quickly; immense ales; amazing profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRT your choice. Particular peo. pie, everywhere. Introduced without publicity; no fakes; details free. Ad dress, A. C, box 1338, Los Angeles, Calif. $210.00 Motor Cycle cr norse and buggy furnished our men for trav eling, and $85.09 per month and expenses, to take orders for the greatest portrait house in the world. Tou will receive, postpaid, a beau tiful 18x20 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. Write for particulars. R. D. Martel, Dept. 79, Chicago. $210 MOTOR CYCLE OR HORSE and buggy furnished our men for traveling, and $85 per month and expenses, to take orders for the greatest portrait house In the world. You will receive, postpaid, a beau tiful 18x20 reproduction of oil pointing In answer to this ad. Write for particulars. R. D. Martel. Dept. 804. Chicago. MALE HELP HEP.E'S a chance for you to make money. Our representatives make $10 a day; ao can you. Immediate seller and exclusive territory Agents can carry as side line. C. F. Pennewell, Mgr., 152 Mutual Life Bldg.. Seattle. Washington. $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 receive, postpaid. a beautiful 16x20 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad Write for particular. R. D. Martel, Dept. 474. Chicago. lie World's Ilcwt Climate. Is not entirely free from disease, on the hlgl. elevations fevers prevail while on the lower levels malaria is encountered to a greater or less ex tent, according to altitude. To over come climate affections lassitude, ma laria. Jaundice, biliousness, fever and ague, and general debility, the most effective remedy la Electric Bitters, tho great alterative and blood purifier; the antidote for every form of bodily weakness, nervousness, and Insomnl Sold under guarantee at all druggists. Price 0c. NOTICE. Notice Is hereby given that on the 22nd day of April, 1908, in accord ance with Section 26, Irrigation Lav of 1907, Onofre Akers, et al., of Santa Fe, County of Santa Fe, Territory of New Mexico, made application to the territorial engineer of New Mexico for a permit to appropriate from the public waters of the territory of New Mexico. Such appropriation ts to be made from Rio Puerco at points Sec, 6, Township 19 N. R 1 W. By means of diversion and 7:15 cubic feet per sec tion Is to be conveyed to points Sec tions 6, 7, 18, 19, 20, Township 19 N., R. 1 W., by means of ditches, and there used for Irrigation. The territorial engineer will take this application up for consideration on the 1st day of July, 1908, and all persona who may oppose the granting of the above application must die their objections with the territorial engineer on or before thst date. VERNON L. SULLIVAN, Territorial Engineer. It Reached the Snot. Mr. E. Humphrey, who owna a large general store at Omega, O., and Is president of the Adams County Telephone Co., as well aa of the Home Telephone Co., of Pike County, O., says of Dr. King's New Discovery: "It saved my life once. At least I think It did. It seemed to reach the spot the very seat of my cough when everything else failed." Dr. Klng New Discovery not only reachea the rough spot; It heals the sore spota and the weak spots In throat, lungs and chest. Sold under guarantee at all druggists. 50c and II 00 Trial bottle YOU CAN SEE IN Davis & Zearing The Complete House Furnishers 209 W. Gold A v. Have the finest thing- In the oven line for a pas or gasoline stove. Call and let us show them to you. PRICE $2.25 UXXXXZl XXX N FOR SALE a rooming house, steam heat; a bargain. FOR SALE 2 dwelling houses, bargain. FOR RENT Store room on W. Central Ave. Money to Loan M.L.SCHUTT 19 South 2nd Stmt it Simpier Clark Shoe Company NEXT DC Mt TO POSTOFFICE, IsMlies Have You Examined Our V. If not. Why not? The average woman of today makes the nioet of lior opportunities. Why not yon? We have shoes at all prices. Children's Shoes From 50c to $1.50 Misses' and Roys' from 11.60 to $3.00 IAdis' Shoes from. .$1.25 to $4.00 Men's Shorn from. .$2.50 to $5.00 WE INVITE YOU TO CALL. MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES. Fifteen acres of very good land under Irrigation, four miles north of town, well fenced with barbed wire and cedar poets; $750.00 CAftll. Fifty acres first class Irrigated land, three miles from the dty, under high state of cultivation, fenced with barbed wire and large cedar posts; price per acre, $75.00. Ahum 100 acres of first class Irrigated land, located four mlsea north of town, 60 acres under cultivation (hint year was planted In wheat), well fenced with four wires and cedar posts, mala ditch runs through land, title perfect. I Vice for tlie whole tract, for a short time only $6500.00. This Is a snap for somebody. A. MONTOYA KerJ Estate and Loans. Natary Public, $16 W. Oold Ave. THORNTON THE CLEANER Cleans any and everything and doea It right. The best In the southwest All he asks Is a trial. Clothes cleaned. repaired and pressed. Just call up 480. Works. 181 N. Third street. Pal Pinto Wells Itfmera? Water curea and prevents constipation. Ask your grocer for It. " tlitittt t x s c a WOODMEN OP THE WORI.n t Meet Every Frldsv Evenlns X At 8 Sharp. FOREST IN ELKS' THEATER, Id F. t E. W. Moors. C C. D. E. Phlilpps. Clerk. 482 West Lead Ave. X VI8ITINQ SOVEREION8 WEL. K V COME. m tiiiTttiiitimit A MONTH PHYSICIANS r. XV. M. SHERIDAN HonieopaUUo Physician and Surgeon Rooms 8, 9, 10, State National Bask building. DR. F. J. PATC1IIN Physician and Surgeon Of Ace over Vann Drug Store. Of noe Hours lull a. m., 3 to 5, 4 u o p. m. t'uones, office 441, Idenoa $95. DR. It. L. MUST Plijsician and Surgeon. Rooms and 7, N. T. Armljo Bulldsnfj DR. HOLOMON L, BURTON Physician and Surgeon. Highland office 810 South Walter Street. Phone 1080. DIUS. ltKONSON BRONSON lloiiicoatlilc Physicians and Sue goons. Over V arm's Drug Store. nesiuence mas. DENTISTS CILIS. A. KLLElt Demist Albuquerque, N. M. Room 14, N. T. Armljo building. Phone 110. DR. J. E. CRAFT Ifc'iiUil Surgery Rooms 2 ami , lWti-nett Building. Over O'ltlclly's Drug Store. A4oliitiiiMit.s nuide hy mail Phone 71 EDMl'XD J. AMiER, D. D. S, Office hours, V a. in. to 12:30 p. m. I.lto to 5 i. m. ,VMuilmcntM made by mail. 306 Went tVntrul Avenue. Phone 45fr LAWYERS . . ir. uryan Attorney at law orilee, First Nutlonal Rank Building, Albuquerque, N. M. K. W. DOI1SON Attorney at Law Office, Cromvvcll Block, Albuquerque, N. M.' IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law Pensions, Land Patents, Copyrights) Caveats, Letter Patents, Trade Marks, tlolnis. 32 F Street. N. M., WuMltington, D. C TIIOS. K. MADDISON Attorney at Law -Of lice 117 West tiold Avenue MISCELLANEOUS F. W. SPENCER Architect 1221 South Walter. Phone US I'HENCTIl and ADAMS UNDERTAKERS I Aly Assistant, Eiubulmliig a Specialty INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, Heal Estate, Notary Public Rooms 12 ami 14, Cromwell Block!, Albuquerque, N. M. Phone 180 A. K. WALKER lire Insurance Secretary Mutual Building AsaociatJOBl 217 West Central Avenue. VETERINARY WILLIAM BELDEN Veterinary. Surgery and IH'iiU.stry a Specialty. 402 SoiiUi Etlitli Phone 405. DR. II. D. I'irPTI FORD Veterinary Surgeon Practice: Theranuctlcs. Surarerv and Obstetrics on Horses, Cattle, Sheep, tioga. Dogs and Cats. Office with Thornton, the Cleaner, 121 North Third, Phone 460. Hospital and Res idence. 733 South Walter. Resident phone. 6 20. Vs Same aa Gold. B a. Sti .. a merchant of Cedar View. MUu "I tell my custom. ers when t buy a bog of Dr. KlBa New Life ila they get the worth of that much gold In weight If afflicted with const tpation, malaria or bllioos nea." Sold under guarantee at all e regrets, lie. EVERTBODT READS THH ALRTI QUERQUB CITIZEN BECAUSE Wl OCT THE NEWS FIRST.