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1LBUQTJERQUE CITIZEN. PAGE REVEHf. They Reach More People Daily Than You WANTED WANTED To buy second-hand fur nlture. Phone 711. , .'RINTER Sober, rellaole printer wind situation In ood country town In New Mexico. Aadresa with particular a to salary, etc C. E. Oultck. care Albuqueroue ClUaen. WANTED Bra hh, copper, lead, alnc, tin-foil, pouter, rubber, aluminum. Notify ti by plume, waon will call. E. V. Foe. 602-804 South VI rt Mreet. Phone 16. WANTED TO RENT Residences. We have many applications. Rio Grand Valley Land Co.. John Borradalle, agent, Albuquerque, N. M. Office, corner Third and Gold avenue. WANTED buccbmb Magaitne require the services of a man In Albuquer que to look after expiring subscrip tions and to secure new business by mani of special methods unusual ly effective; position permanent; prefer one with experience, but would consider any applicant with ood natural qualifications; salary f 1.50 per day. with commission op tlen. Address, with references, R. C. Peacock, room 12. Success Magazine Bldg.. New York. Furnished Rooms FOR RENT Three nice large sunny rooms for light housekeeping; also one large store room, cheap. Apply 524 West central. FOR RENT Best room and i v. itv for 17 and SS a "wee Rio Grande. 619 West Central ave RhlNT Furnished rooms, steam n,m Oantral Hotel, corner 1 heat. Grand Central Hotel, corai ad 9t. and Central Are. STOLEN. STOLEN Set of single harness and case of surgical Instruments. Re ward. 8. L. Burton, 510 South Walter street. S-LESMEn SALESMEN Experienced In any line to aell general trad in New Mexico. n unexcelled speoialty proposition. Commission with JS5.00 weekly nental Jewelry Co., Cleveland. Ohio, advance for expenses. The Contl WANTED Honest, energetic sales men to sull a general line of .nigh grade food product to hotel, res taurants, farmers, ranjliere and other large consumers. Experience unnecessary; we teach you the business; exclusive territory. Our gooUs are guaranteed full weight, full measure and in every way ' meet the realremont of a.l pure food laws. Exceptional opportun ity; write today for particular. John Sexton & company. Whole sale GTOvere, Lake & Franklin sts., Chicago. WANTED 500 experienced talesmen of good address at oace to sell Mexican lands; big commissions. ur best men are making J500 ro ' $1 000 a month; everybody buys land. Mexican West Coast Cotn- kl pany,' Kansas City. Mo. tlO MONEY made selling our line of Gasoline Lighting Systems which Is the most extensive, mod rn and up-to-date manufactured under one roof. Our la teat inverted light Is wonder; 800 candle power; gen erated and lighted from the floor; can be turned dowtJ to a very low pitch; will stand any draught; suitable for the store or home; ow ing to Its patentable features we we can protect yon from competi tion. A Ave year guarantee with each system; a proven success; de mand enormous; quick seller; toig money maker; exclusive territory. Knight Hgkt Co.. 90-100 Illinois St.. Chicago, III. . iNTUD Salesmen for guaranteed, used automobiles. All prices. Cars rebuik and guaranteea lite new by manufacturers. High commissions Great opportunity. Auto, Clearing House. I0 MlQBigaa avh miwTisn fanahle kBis man to cov er Kew Mexico with staple Hie. High commissions, with $100.00 monthly advance. Permanent po rtion to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., Detroit, Mich ' CSV interested n Post Can' ile line, write for our new offer i.-r.. .amr.'- outfit hlshest com ntsil wir. W manufacture com plete line of albums, stands, card, views. Continental Art Co., S8 W. Monroe ST.. Chlease. .Fy --Kxp.-ru nc to .tell our ' ... ,-oke and candy specialty's to be retail grocery trnrte In V'.uii lUrque and ttMlolnlnir territory. Lowest price: higher quality; lib eral eommlswlon contract; exclusive errltory. The Roser-Ttunkle Com pany. Kenton. Ohio. lr Tluit Dull Fooling After Eating. I h ive us. d Chamberlain s St.jmai h and Liver Tablets for some time, and can testify that they h iv- done me more good than any taolets I liave rvtr une,l. My trouble wa a !i avy dull feeling after eating. Duvld Freeman. Kempt. Nova Sctia. Th"-e 'Violets strengthen the stomach an.1 lmprovu the dlg-9t,,n. They also r-g-uUte the livtr and bowels. Th y ii'f far superior to pill-- lut cost no mr". (it't a free sample at any drug t re and nee tht a splendid meilici:e It is. CLASSIFIED PEKBO.NAX, PROPERTY' LOANS MONEY to LOAN On Vmraltvra, Plavnoa, Org .ins. Hors--, Wagon and other . battel, a 1m n SALARIES AND WARBHOUOB KCKIPTS, as low as tit and as High as See. Loans are quickly made . and strictly prlrate. Time: On month to on year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reasonable. Call and see be fore borrowing. THK HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO. Steamship tickets to and from a) parts of the world. Rooms t and 4, Grant Bldg I0m West Central Avenue. PRIVATE OFFICES Otieu Evwilnga. FOR RENT FHlll RMNT Seven and eight room flats; houses, 4 to 7 rooms, W. H. MoMillton. real estate broker, 211 West Gold. FOR RENT Good" saddle horse very reasonable. Inquire Hell's stable or phone 1188. FOR RENT Seven and eight room flats; houses 4 to 7 rooms, W. H. McMillion, real estate broker. 111 W(t Gold avenue. FOR RENT Store room, now occu pied by Frledberg Bros., 105 South Second; will be for rent after Jan uary 1, Apply at Frledberg Bros. FOR SALE FOR SALE New 4-room house, cor ner lot; must go at once. Porter field Co., 216 West Gold. FOR SALE A few choice lots, close In; lowlands, at bargain prices. Por terfleld Co., 216 West Gold. FOR SALE A fine 3-room house, good location; can be bought right. Porterfleld Co., 216 West Gold. FOR MALE $900, lot 50x142 with frame house, picket fence, city wa ter. $150 cash, balance terms. John Borradalle, agent. "OR SALE OR TRADE For vacant lot, one heavy shop-made Con cord, new. Passmore & Son. car riage shop. " "OR SALE A fine Hardman piano, good as new. beautiful tnn A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at Just half what It la worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music Store. 124 South ac nrt trt. Albuouerqae. FOR ALE ivuur business lota west end of viaduct; a snap, at $2,400. M. P. Stamm. t'uK SALE Cheap, If taken at onoe, a six room, modern, frame dwell ing. In Highlands, close In; lawn, shade trees, good outbuildings. P. O. Box No. 218. FOR SALE Remington typewriter, fine order. Mlllett studio. FOR ?AL.E Transient hotel an3 rooming houae. Box 44. FOR SALE Milton S., 7-year-old trotter; fast and stylish. Also three young Jersey cows. 1423 South Broadway. Geo. A. Blake. KOll .SALE iiixt racier) honey. 10 pounds for $1.00; flO-lb. can for $5.00. Order by postal of W. P. Allen. P. O. box 202. Albuquerque, N. M. Employment Agencies CENTRAL EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 11$ Weet Central Ave., Tel. 788 Labor furnished for contractors on short notice. All kind of help furnished. Clerks. cooks. waiters, servants, etc. Several high class men want positions now. Records of all applicant wlU te carefully looked up and none recommended unless reliable and competent to fill position. Correspondence solicited. H. C. Paulsen. Manager. ii. reoAOu ft lu m- much ROCGH KV work is haM i lit li rlga 1 ' '! orle.e v . i, not "'iv: '. dmir at h'ttus ..,...-;, it , . . If Muulnr Pains Cured. "During the summer of 1903 I wa nuobled with muscular pnin. in the instep of my foot." says Mr. S. Ped lar, of Tor. into, Ont. M times t v.u so painful 1 could hardly walk. i'h:im 'jerlain'a I'ain Halm was recommend I to me. so I tiled It sn1 mia pletc: cured by one small bottle. I have sinee reeomm'-ndi'd i' to si-verl ef my friends, all of whom speak highly ol It." For .-"aie by ail uiUi gisls. Our sn'rt ano eui:ar wor In er .'eot Our "DOMESTIC KIMSIf ! he proper thing. W lad otbea rooow IMPKRI Mi UrllK t WImii ym waul a etxt-l liixvli-iim: try tlif I. X. I. Int; liiw. 315 Winl liM-r. job of . xllIM'- HIKN OK TUK WORLD MEET E-ERY FRIOAT Mer Fvcry Friday Kvenn at Mwrp. IXIRFJfT IN KI.KS' THEATFlt Sd. r K. V,'. Moore, C. C. 1) K. PliHllixt. Clerk l 1 Wmt Leatf Arena I VISITLNO SOVE1RFJONI WKI, 1 tlr ' 1 ADS Can See In a Month PHYSICIANS SOLOMON L. BCRTON, M. B. Ftiyaictaa and Sorgeosv tfasand Of lice ! SaUi WsJsat 6 res. FtMM 1030, DR8. DBONSON s HRONSON HoaueofiavUilo PhytdaUuia and 8 Over Vann's Drag Storm Office 28; Reatdeiiee INI. A. G. SHORTLE, M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis). Honrs 10 to 13 and 1 to 4. Telephone 8a . Rooms 8, and 10. State National Bank Block. Veterinary Surgeon DR. R. U SHARP Vtterlnary surgeon. (Registered) Office Phones Nos. 698 and 781. Of fice. 112 John Street. Home, 111 S. Broadway. Phone 114$. Albuquerque, N. M. DR. PERCY S. ISAACSON, (Graduate of Toronto, Canada.) Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Phone 781; night phone 1162. Of fice: Frank' blacksmith shop. DENTISTS DR. J. B. CRAFT Dental Surgery. TCooane a and S, BaraeM BasVdlauj Over O'lUeUy'a Drug Besre Appointments made by aUUL Pbone 744. DRS. COPP AND, PETTIT. DENTISTS. Room 13, N. T. Armijo BuUtUng. E3)MTTVD J. ALOESt, D. . M. Offtoe boors, f a. m. ta 13:SO p. m. 1:S0 to 5 p. m. Appointments made by SCC Weak Central Aveaae. PkMm A LAWYERS R W. D. KRTAJf Attorney at Law O Ve FtrM National Rank BIM1b Albuquerque, New Mextea. K. DOriSON Attoruey at la. OfHoe, Cromwell Bloc. Alboquerque, N. M. IRA M. BOND Attorney at . -v. Penssosta, Land ratent Oopywrtaaaa. OaieaU. Letter Pau-m' , Trad) Marks, Claim. M F Street, N. W-, Waahtngtosi. D. O TTJOH. K. D. HADDISOS Atoruey at law. Ofnrc 111 We! Gold Ave. LAWYERS JOHN W. WILSON Attorney at Law. Dank Bldg. Albaqoerqn. N. M. (Referee In Bsvnltrnptcy) Of flee PhoM lira. ARCHITECT r. V. KPBINCKR AMbltews. 1121 fuutb U'alter Hirer I. PVw M INSURANCE B. A. 6LET8TI3R , Real Eatat. Nacary Puatla. bum IS and 14. Cromw II Bloeh JjOBaqsterqwe, N. M. Pbucto 114 V B. WALKER Flre Insurance vcrury Mataal IiaUdlna; Asndttt til Wes Onutral Atvwm. Snbaciiae rr The CltUen r.'i ' WE ARE SOLE AGENTS wti"a nos, t? Umdm Vfs. o. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. WEST END VIADUCT HV E E Tells of Companies Operating In ihe Territory and Oihers Under the Ban. J.it'obo Ch.Tvt'i, HuptTinli'itdi nt of in.Kuranct', has lu'd a bulli'tin in whifh he ttlla thf puliilc of in.sur ancv companies that have permis sion to do business In th.' territory, und of others under the. ban. The bulletin follows: To the rublie: On Xovember 24th, tie district court for the county of Ctiaves, pure ed sentence on J. F. Oaten, Imposing a fine of $5lt0 and costs, the cost amounting to JN6.95. This party was sollicting business for the Com mercial Underwriters of Sin Antonio. Texa. without authority. The Western Underwriters of the state of New York, are sending let ters to the postmasters throughout the territory asking them tj take the agency for them, or to hand It to some one who will, .offering 25 per cent commission on all business. These letters are signed by O. O. Old ham, manager, and sent from Ogden. Utah. This concern Is not authorised to transact business in this territory. The Great Western Life Insurance Company of Kanas City, has reor ganized and, after having met all re quirements of the insurance depart ment of Missouri, has received au thority to proceed. This company Is now In the hands of an entirely new set of men and the president In a letter says, that they are now pre pared to run the company in a business-like manner. Under Ute former management the company wa gross ly mismanaged and transactions of a most questionable and criminal na ture have occurred. This department has notified tin company that It will require satis factory evidence that Ihe company in in a solvent condition and that Its obligations have been properly met, before allowing it to proceed with the writing of new business. The Identification Company of America, located at Chicago, has agents in this territory si lling acci dent Insurance policies of the North American Accident Insurance com pany of Illinois. Neither of these companies are authorized to transact business in this territory, and aiding in the transaction of business for an unauthorized company is in violation of the Insurance laws. Imperial Fire Insurance Company of Colorado. An examination of this The Heat that Doesn't go up ihe Flue IN IF You receive intense, direct heal bom every ounce ol lucl burned there are no damp chimneys or long pipes to waste the heat irom a - ' PERFECTION Oil Heater (Equipped wtlb Smokeless Device) Carry it Irom room lo room. Turn the with high or low no bother no smoke no smell automatic smokeless device prevents. Brass (ont holJs 4 quarts, burns 9 hours. Beautifully finished in nickel or japan. Every heater warranted. BtXb Lamp tttAlp- just what you want lor (lie long evenings. Made of brass, nickel plated latest im proved central draft burner. Every lamp warranted. II your dealer cannot supply trie Perfection 0J Heater or Kayo Lamp write our CONTINENiTAL OIL. CO. I laeorporatvdi "5 as 33 FOR the Following Kitchen Goods The Princeton," "Ban quet," "Born," "King Economy," and other STEEL RANGES They are HIGH GRADE in every sense of the word and gtiaraoteed to give ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. Set Cur Second Street Window Display this week. company by the Insurance depart ments of Colorado and Wisconsin shows that the company is carefully managed and Its growth along sound and conservative lines. Western Lire and Accident Com pany of Denver. As a result of an examination of this company by this ' department.. It wa refused admis sion to transact business In New Mexico. The company has also been refused admission Into the state of Montana as a result of the examination. The following companiis have been admitted ta transact biiMii.-ss In this territory: Michigan State Life Insurance Company of Detroit, Mich. Aetna Life Insurance Company of Hartford, Conn. I Masonic Life Association of Uut- falo, N. Y. The superintendent called atten tion to the Masonic Life Association in Bulletin No. 2, In which he re tuseii to admit thein as a fraternal society and they have now complied as an assessment life Insurance com pany. National Protective Legion. This fraternal bemiflclary society has ls- t sued certificates on monthly pay ments of $2., aggregating J 120 In live years, at the end of which time the holders Were to receive $2."0 (esti mated). Sometime ago it was figur ed out they could have paid 113.o8 inrttead of 12ii(). The New York In surance department has recently completed an examination which liu H tout to pay J J 13.5(1 would call for a present reserve of IH.UuO.UUO rind tin existing assets are no on 640,000. leaving a deficit of $6,000,- 000. Thie concern has been barre.i from transacting business in several mates. Tills department has no Jurisdic tion over fraternal societies as the law only requiria the superintendent of Insurance to tile their linancial statements and collect a fee of $5.u0. In tills connection it may be well to recall the words of a well known insurance commissioner who said "If we cannot reach the wrongd iers with the law, we can reach the public with the truth." Acting on an opinion from the at torney general the superintendent has ruled, that after the expiration of all agents' certificates, which Ls thu last day of February next, that eucli member of a firm must have a cer tilicate. The following companies contem plate entering this territory: Shawnee Fire Insurance Company of Tupt ka, Kan. Williamsburg City Fire Insurance Company of New York. National Union Fire Insurance Co. of l'lttsburg, Pa. The percentage of fire losses to premiums received In litis territory during laOT was 3'i.l per cent li.-iriK exceeded only by the year 1 XX 7. hi ll the ratio was 2 2 S. JACOBO CHAVEZ, Superintendent of Insurance. It la not wnat you pay tor advertis ing bat what advertising PAT TOU, that make It valuable. Our rate are lowest for equal aerrte. L. nearest agency. Iffll8 -5t JSfflaa mx&L u i AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL HAS NtW ROaO WETTER It Is iN-sljnietl to Kcvp the ltoU In CkMKl OhhIKIoii an JYee from Dust. The following bulletin, telling; of a new road wetting; machine, has been issued by the Agricultural college: Wetting the roads occasionally In cur dry climate, Is necessary to keep them free from dust end In good condition. It In an established fact that when1 the surface of our roads become loos and dusty the only way the surface tan be made firm again is by wetting It. Therefore, how to wet the road becomes the question. Two methods have been used on 1 the college road, which Is graded, having a ditch on each side. The old method was to fill the ditch on one side of the road with water, which was then thrown upon the surface of the road by means of buckets op erated by Mexican laborers. The new way, which has Just lately been devised, is to throw the water over the surface of the road by means of the roiid wetter drawn by two horses. ' J Of the two methods the latter has J proven to be the best, for the wet ting Is done more quickly, cheaply, and thoroughly. Hie It-tad VttUr. , The road wetter Is made by tak ing two pieces of plank, two Inches thick, twelve Inches wide, and twelve and fourteen feet long respectively. The two pieces are fastened toother to make the above. The fourteen toot piece forms the runner that goes next to the bank and the twelve foot piecp the wing of the road wet ter which throw the water over the road. One end of the wing Is fas tened to the fourteen-foot piece two end one-half feet from the end by bolts. The angle formed by the wing is about ten feet across at the rear end. The wing is braced to the runner by two pieces of tw'o by six. one In the center and the other at the end. A hole Is bored In the end of the fourteen-foot niece to which the team ls hitched. To throw the water on tne road the road wetter ls dragged through the ditch that has been pre viously filled with water. As the road wetter moves along the water piles up In front, and, as It cannot get away, It is forced over the road by the wing. The operation Is repeated two to four times so as to thoroughly wet the surface. When the road be gins to dry. a heavy drag Is drawn over It. and this treatment smooths down the surface. In operating the road wetter It Is necessary to drive the horses In the water so-as to keep the long runner well over to the outside of the ditch in order to catch most of the water. In some places It may be necessary to make, with a . turning plow, a small embankment ulong the outside of the ditch lo keep the water from spreading out over the land as the road wetter moves along. The above road wetter will be mod ified and Improved from time to time, and will be on exhibition at the horticultural farm where those interested may see it and have the method of using It more fully ex plained. The Brown Shoe Company to Bu Id Big Addition to Factory The Brown Shoe company of St. Louis, have broken ground to build n large addition to their Buster Brown fuctory at Seventeenth and l.ucas avenue, St. liuls. In which are made Buster Brown Blue Ribbon Shoes for boys. The new building will he of brick and steel construction, fire-proof throughout; size of new building to be 1S5 feet long, 55 feet wide and five stories high, and will be completed as soon as possible. The company reports a gain In shipments of $2U3.(1S.66 for the month of Xovember. 108, over the corresponding month a year ago, and have u two million dollar stock of shoes M apply on orders. ONLY ONE '1EST., Albuquerque People Give Credit Where Credit Is Due. , People of Albuquerque who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want i a kidney remedy that can be depend ed upon. The best ls lxian s Kidney Pills, a medicine for ths kidneys only, made from pure roots and herbs, and the only one that is backed by cures In Albuquerque. Here's Albuquerque testimony: ffm. Sanqulnette, living at 4 IS N. Sixth St., Albuquerque, N. M., says: "My wife suffered a great deal from pains in her back, which became se vere when she brought even a slight strain on the muscles of the back. Some three years ago she was advised to use Doan'a Kidney Pills and pro cured a box. They afforded her quick and genuine relief and from that tune on she has appealed to them as occa sion might require and always ob tained the most satisfactory results. Wo are convinced that there Is noth ing more effective for disordered kid neys than Doan'a Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price SO cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo. .Vn'.' York, sole agents for the United ri ta'.es. Remember the name Doan's sno take no other. IS iiaJr l)tiwi and CrarufKNlW airs Bambini, at her parlors op tostis the Alvarado and next doer t sturges' Cafe, is prepared to glvs thorough scalp treatment., do hair dressing, treat coma, bnnlona and Ingrown nails. 8n give mtMi treatment an maalcurtn . Mr Baublnl's own preparation of com plexion cream haUda m the akin a4 Improves the complexion, and guaranteed not to bo lnjarlous. 0hc also prepares ta!r tooJe tawt eves and provonts) AtAlrajC MA hair fall ing oc i 4 Kv remove easier, yrzr'j . tc.pjrttaesa halv. for any blemish of the face call ana consult Mrs. BaaablnL Amusements 4AAAAAAAAAAAJ yrxycxxxxxxxxxxxxxyrnnnccxT) COLOMBO THEATER W. H. Moore, Mgr. Admission 10c EXCLUSIVE MOVING PICTURES Itloyelo Polo. Wood Will Tell. A'KW WIM KKRVICK TO XIUIIT. Mis K!irkK-k JIoIiik. Old Maids Temperance Club (Comic) . This picture re IcaMrd from studio Dec. 6th. Illustrated Songs By Mrs. H anion. Miss Jennie Craig, Pianist. 3OO0OOOQOOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ ROLLER SKATING RINK Moving; Pictun Performance1 Beclna at 8 o'clock. TONIGHT Tlie AnlntHted Clock. I'lK'le Bill's Itnll. Vaiulcrbllt Cup Had-. The Farmer's luughur. rXLTJSTRATED SONGS Mr. J. Roach, Baritone. RACING: Ixtarte vs. WU-kam. Elks'Theater Monday, Dec. 1 4 One Might Only I FIRST TRANSCONTINENTAL TOUR OF AMERICA'S GREATEST THEATRICAL TRIUMPH THE CLANSMAN FOURTH 8EAON Dramatized by Thomas Dixon, Jr., from Ills two famous novels, "The ClanKman" ami "The lopard's Spot" Dim Ion of (ieorge II. Ilreitiiun Complete New York Produolioii Company of 75 and Troop of Ctivnlry lltirws. w:tmMd by more llian 4.0(10,0011 THEATER t.OKILS. ITIcew 7.V-, $1.00. $1.50. $2.00. Sale omiim at thetUer box of floe at H o'4M'k Nttturiluy. INT. 12. Aft4-r 10 o'ciiM-k Male at MatMon'M book (.tore. Elks' Theater DECEMBER 15th Tlie Big Fun Show Uncle Is Josh COMEDIANS At Eihr lasting Success Perkins See Uncle Josh at the County Fair Watch for the Big Parade of the Hayseed Band Prices 50c, 75c, (I CQ J