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FRIDAY, JAXUAIIY .15, 1909.
ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. PAGE HFA They Reach More People Daily Than You Can See In a Month WANTED TTANTl Bellboys at Alvarado ho tel. Vf ANTKI-Clean, rags uf the Citizen tnce. WANTS ljnergetie agent with, mmt ssare time to exploit big" sel ling repositton; also popular west ern seeks. P. O. Box 400. El Paso. WANTHD A Meat cutter. Inquire of 11. F. Schecle, 102 North Fourth rest. WANTED Information regarding farm or business for sale; not par ticular ajout location; wish to hoar from ewner only, who will sell di rect te buyer; give price, descrip tion, and state when possession can be had. Address L. Darbyshlre, Botc 2930, Rochester. X. Y. WANTK-Ey experienced lady sten ographer, situation as either sten ographer or assistant book-keeper. References furnished. Address, Box II. Ctayken, N. M WANTED Success Maraflne requires the service of a man in Albuquer que to look after expiring subscrip tions and to secure new business by means of special methods unusual ly effective; position permanent; prefer on with experience, but would consider any applicant with good natural qualifications; salary tl.10 per day, with commission op tion. Address, with references, ft. C. Peacock, room 12, Success Mag'izlne Bldg., New York. furnished Rooms FOR RENT Two furnished rooms, with bath. 1303 West Tijeras ave nue. FOR RKNT Two furntehed rooms for light housekeeping; close busi ness center; low rent. Jno. M. Moore Realty Co., 219 W. Copper. SALESMEN WANAED Capable salesman to cover New Mexico with, staple line. High commissions, with $100 monthly advance. Permanent position to right man. Jess H. Smith Co., De troit, Mich SALESMEN Experienced in any line to sell general trade in tne soum west. An unexcelled specialty prop asitisa. Commissions with $35 weekly advance for expenses. The Continental Jewelry Co., cieveianu, Ohle. SALESMAN WA-NTEX) for 1809 who has had experience In any line, to sell general trade In New Mexico an unexcelled specialty proposition. Commissions with $35 weekly ad vance for expenses. Our season opens January 4th. The Continental Jewelry Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. VAJTED 600 experienced salesmen of good address at once to sou Mexican lands; big commissions; our best men are making $500 to $1,000 a month; everybody buys land. Mexican West Coast Com pany, Kansas City, Mo, WANTED Honest, energetic sales men to sen a general una oi ins" grade food products to hotels, res taurants, farmers, ranchers and other large consumers. Experience iinnAfipamrv' Wft tench VOU the business; exclusive territory. Our goods are guaranteed lull weignt, full measure anil in every way meet the raulremonts of all pure food laws, .exceptional opportun ity; write today for particulars. John Sexton & company, Whole sale Orovere, Lake & Franklin sts., Chicago. BIQ MONEY made selling our Una of Gasoline Lighting Systems which ! th most extensive, mod rn and up-to-date manufactured under one roof. Our latest Inverted light Is a wonder; 800 candle power; gen erated and lighted from the floor; can be turned down to a very low pitch; will stand any draught; suitable for the store or home; ow ing to Its patentable features we wo can nrotect you fl'CBl CCKDetf- tlon. A five year guarantee frjta each system; a proven success; a mand enormous; quick seller; big money maker; exclusive territory. Knight Light Co., 90-100 Illinois Bt.. Chicago. IU. 4A.LE6MKN lniereBiea in Foal Card side line, write for our new offer. Free sample outfit, highest com missions. We manufacture com plete line of albums, stands, cards, views. Continental Art Co., SS6 W. Monroe St., Chlearo. 1AX.ESMAN Experienced, to fell our line cakes and candy specialties to the retail grocery trade In Albu querque and adjoining territory. Lowest prices; highest quality; lib eral commission contract; exclusive territory. The Roser-Runkla Com pany, Kenton, Ohio. MALE HELP MEN WANTED QUICKLY By big Chicago mail order house, to dis tribute catalogues, advertise, etc. $ a week; $6') expense allowance first kasnth; no experience required. Manager. Dept. 501, 3S5 Wabash avenue Chicago. MEN Take orders for the largest purlrait house Some of our men are making $300 a month, so can yoi. Address National Ait and Crayon Co., Dept. 4 4 7. Chicago. A vote axuliiot tho sewer bonds Is a vote aeaiust Greater Albuquerque. CLASSIFIED FOR REN1 FOR RENT One furnished room. 60.1 North Fourth street. FOR RENT Houses. 4, 6, 7 and rooms. W. H. "MeMllllon, real es tate broker 211 W. Gold. FOR RENT Typewriters, all kinds. Albuquerque Typewriter Exchange, 215 West Central. FOR REN T-Tlu te nice largo sunny rooms for Tight housekeeping. Low rent. Apply at rear 521 We.st Cen tral ave. FOR RENT Three unfurnished rooms at 216 W. Oold. Cheap, at $15. Porterfield Co., 216 W. Oold. FOR RENT Portion ol good ware house; easy of access for drays e livering or hauling goods. Innuire "F," this office. FOR SALE FOR WALE Residences, ranches and city lots: some good bargains. Rio Grande Valley Land Ce.( Jehn Bor radaile, agent. Corner Third and Gold avenue. FOR SALE (Small ranch, 3 miles from city; house, stable and other Improvements, Including 3 horses, cow, harness, paddle, buggy, etc. John Boiradalde. Third and Gold. FOR KALE Nice pony, saddle and bridle, also second hand buggy and harness. W. H. McMillion, 211 W. Oold. rOR SALE A good cow and a gentle burro. Inquire at this office or 1125 North Second street. FOR SALE Or will exchange for Al buquerque real estate, eight fine residence lots at Long Beach, Cal. Apply at Citizen office. tf FOR SALE A fine Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone. A chance te possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at just half what it Is worth. On exhibit at Whlt son's Muslo store, 124 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Now is your chance to buy a home. Just being completed a four-room modern brick at 705 S. Walter. Buy It on easy terms. Porterfield Co., 216 w. Gold. FOR BALE Transient hotel and rooming house. Box 44. FOR SALE Extracted honey, 10 pounds for $1.00; 60-lb. can for $5.00. Order by postal of W. P. Allen, P. O. box 202, Albuquerque, N. M. AGENTS WANTED Agents to sen newly pat ented rapid selling household spe cialty for manufacturers; great de mand with large profits. Address Manufacturer, P. O. Box 1708, Pittsburg, Pa. WRITE and we will explain how we pay any man $85 per month and all traveling expenses to take orders for portraits. Experience unneces sary. This offer made by the great est portrait house In the world. Write now before It Is too late. R. D. Martel. Dept. t20, Chicago. AGENTS Opportunity of lifetime no experience necessary, big cash profits daily and one agent made $21 In one hour; every one will buy; we Issue more accident and sickness policies than any other similar company In the world; we give the most popular and cheap est Insurance written; new plan, $1 a year for $100 policy; no assess ments or dues; other amounts In proportion; death benefit, weekly indemnity, free medical attendance, original popular features, either sex; all claims promptly and lib erally settled; insurance assets. $500,000; reliable representatives wanted everywhere, exclusive ter rltory; liberal, permanent Income increasing each year, absolutely sure. Address International Cor poratlon, 231 Broadway, department 53, New York. LOST and FOUND LOST OR STRAYED A large yellow Tom Cat. Answers to the name of Mltze. Reward If returned to 714 E. Iron ave. AUCTIONEER J. M. Sollie of the firm of Sollie & Le Breton, 117 West Gold avenue. has obtained an auctioneer's license for the purpose of serving the public in that capacity as well as doing an auction business at their own store on Thursday of each week, at 2:30 and 7:3 o'clock. Mr. Sollie has had broad experience in the auction business in his younger days. With Us close attention to business and the polite and easy way in which he can address the people, will assure him uecess as. in other days. The peo ple of Albuquerque can make no mistake In giving Mr. Sollie their work. Business Opportunities WANTED Man with small capital. Take charge of territory for mer chandising business; write for par ticulars. Pope Automatic Mer chandising Company, Corn Ex change Bank Building. Chicago. The rapid increase in. oor business Is due to good work and fair treat ment of our patror liubbs Laundry. ADS PHYSICIANS Office rhone 67. Residence 90 West TIJeras. Hours: 10 A. M. to 12 A. M.; 2 to 4 1. St.; 7 to 8 P. M.; Sundays 9:30 to 10:39 A. M. WALTER V. SMITH, M. r. 10-18 Grand Building. Third and Central. Practice limited, Hernias. Diseases of Women, Diseases of the Rectum, Genito-Urinary diseases. Albuquerque, N. M. SOLOMON Ik BURTON, M. D. PbyalcUa ad Burgeon. Residence, BIO So. Walter St. Phone 10.10. Office, 9 Burnett BldR. Phone, 617. DRS. BRONSON BRONSOX Homeopathic Physicians and Bargeman Over Venn's Drug Storm Of lee 2Ss Reside noe lost. A. G. SHORTLE, M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Boors 10 te 13 and 3 to 4. Telephone 86. Room 8, and 10, State National Bank Block. Veterinary Surgeon DR. PERCY S. ISAACSON, (Graduate of Toronto, Canada.) Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Phone 781; night phene 1152. Of fice: Frank's blacksmith shop. DENTISTS DR. J. B. CRAFT Dental Surgery. RootMia 3 and S, Baraet BaOdtag Over O'Rlelly's Drug State Appointments made by MaS. -Phone 744. DRS. OOPP AND PETTIT. DENTISTS. Room 12, X. T. Armljo Building. KDMUXB J. ALGER, D. D. ft, Office hours, t a. m. to 11:S0 p. l:St to ft p. a. Appointments made by M ) West Central Avenue. Phone LAWYERS R. W. D. HRTAN Attorney at Law ONoe Firs Jfatfoual Bank BaHotaf AlboqiMrque, Hew Mexleo. K. W. DOBS09T Attorney at Law. Oflee, Cromwell Block. Alboqoeeqoe, Jt. M. ERA M. BOND Attorney at Pensions, Land Patenta Coaywrlgnrv Caveats, Letter Patea , Trade Marks. Claims. Sf F Street, N. W We-htrngton. D, C THOS. K. D. MADDISOX Atomey at Law. Oface 117 Went Gold Ave. ARCHITECT r. W. SPKXG&R 1231 Sooth Walter Street. Phone iu INSURANCE B. A. SLETSTER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Psbue. ftoua 13 and 14, Oromw Block , N. K. phone 1S A. K. WALKER tire I nan fa ace 4. tary M steal Building Assorts. 117 west central As Send for Our Select List of FIFTY CALIFORNIA PAPERS whereby you can Insert dls- play ads In all papers for FIVE DOLLARS PER INCH The Dake Advertising Agency, Incorporat-d. 427 S. Main St. 12 Greary St Les Angeles, Cal San Francisco. TTi .HP r, , t , in j ' i i Jj w FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO, WEST END VIADUCT MANY UMBERS USED IN MINES I he EAtent to Which Lumber. Is Used for That Purpose Is Not Generally Known. Washington, Jan. 1".. "Few per sons not directly Interested in mining realize the extent to which timber Is used in this very Important Industry," said a government expert in preserva tion of mine timber who has Jut re turned to Washington from tho wit. "The average man has only a vague understanding of the Importance of the part that timher plays in the min ing Industry, end seldom thinks of the enormous quantities required each year to prevent the caving of tho over hanging ground and to keep clear the main working pos-sages of mines. "There are two general classes of such timbers," he continued, "the flrMt is used In brasing the 'stupes' as they are called, where tho ore Is being tak en out. As the ore Is mined the sur rounding rock Is held in place by bracing It with heavy timbers, 'fram ed' into rectangular 'sets.' When ore directly above the first set is removed, a second set is ibullt In on top, and so on. Tho service of these timbers ends when the ore is exhausted and the active mining transferred to an other vein or, ore body. "After a time the.e timbers decay, to a point where the pressure of the rock walls crushes them, and a cave in occurs. This causes no damage If, as I have said, the mining work has been finished; but it sometimes hap pens that decay has weakened the timbers to such an extent that the cave-In occurs prematurely, and then lives are sacrificed. In such cases the remaining ore is also a loss, for when the ground has once commenced to At, RIDLEY, President H. R. HAY, Secretary-Treasurer WILLIAM MUCK, MANAGER Albuquerque Foundry & Machine Works (INCORPORATED) IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS General Foundry and Machine REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF COMMERCE OF ALHU(1UKRUE, N. M. At the Close of Business January 4, J 909 REKOURCRK Li'ans and pwounts 1 920,071.75 Honda and other .Securities 10.000.00 Real Kstate 12,000.00 Kurniture aifl Fixtures 6,000.0d Cash anj Due from oih.T Hanks 383,990.91 11. 331,062. LrAniLJTircs Capital Paid l.'p 150 000.00 i-'uri'lus ami I'rotlt 60,016.30 Deposit Subject to Check 6S6.989.99 Timo CVrtlllout.'S of Deposit 434.t5t.S1 Jl,3ai, 82.06 Territory of New Mexico, County of lii rnallilo. ns. I, W. .S .strk-k'.er. Vice President and Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly Swear that the above statiment Is true to the best ,jf my knowledge and t.-I i -f . V. S. PTRIKLKR, Vice President and Cashier. ulisi ! and sw'irn t before nie thi 5th day of January, A. 1. l!tJ'. R M. M K Ft I; ITT. Notary Public. Correct Att-.-t: SOLOMON LUNA. . J. c. baldridge; W. J. JOIINSON. No Better Range Made for Any Money $35 Up Wo also hare tlie following well known ranges: Bouqnett, Wonder, The Cliainplon, for Conl or Ga; Tle Clilef, Prince ton, and Cheaper Ranges $15 and up. move or 'work' as the miners call It. it Is almost Impossible to clean It out and hold back the rock sj that tho remaining ore may be obtaitiod. "But of still greater Importance is tho second claea of timbers uBod In tho main working openings, tunnels, shafts, etc., which are tp bo main tained for as long a time as possible. Timbers for this service are chosen n'? only for their strength and flrm ntss but also for their ability to re sist decoy. , "In nine cases out of ten, when timbers are crushed, the indirect cause Is decay, produced by low forms of plant life. The dwindling of our timber supply has driven consumers of wood all over the country to study decay and its prevention, and it is safe to say that in tho very near fu ture wo shall eeo many more mines putting In small plants for the treat ment of their timbers, after the pat tern of the plants that have been de signed and installed for this purpoao by the United States forest service. Ry treating the permanent timbers with some one of the various preserv atives, they may be made to reeist de cay almost indefinitely. The addition al cost Is plight. "Not only this, but since timber, when It is once treated retains Us or iginal strength, many of the socalled 'inferior timbers' which have hitherto been considered almost valueless be cause they decay rapidly, will And wide use In many localities. Such species are loblolly pine and, to a certain extent, short leaf pine, Engel mann spruce, fire killed lodgepole pine, white fir, and many other more local timbers. "The first of tho treating plants for mlno timbers was put up by an east ern coal company, after extensive ex periments in cooperation with the forest service "which demonstrated the practical value of the treatments. Since then, other plants havo been In stalled In different parts of tho coun try, two of tho latest being In tho Coeur d'Alene lead district of north ern Idaho, where, while there Is an ample timber supply for some time to come, tho treatment Is warranted by the high labor cost of replacing tim ber sets. The added cost of treating timbers is from 10 to 25 per cent of tho original cost. "An interesting point in the prob lem of wood preservation is tho spread of decay in old workings, caused by Infection from nearby timbers. A fresh Shop Albuquerque, N. M. 1 WILL DIGEST Dlapepsln Will Stop Food Fer mentation and Restore Weakened Digestive Juices. Nothing will remain undigested or iour on your stomach If you will take LMn pepsin after your meal. This pow- rful digestive and antacid, though us harmless and pleasant as cand., will digest and preparn for assimila tion into tho blood all the food you can eat. Knt whnt your stomach craves, without the slightest fear of Indiges tion or that you will be bothered with sour risings, belching, gas on stom ach, heartburn, headaches from stom ach, nausea, bad breath, water brash or a feeling like you had swallowed a lump of lead, or other disagreeable miseries. If you will get from your pharma cist a f0 cent case of Pape's Dlapep sln you could always go to the table with a hearty appetite and your meals would taste good, because you would know there would be no Indi gestion of sleepless nights or head-rc-he or stomach misery all the next uny; and, besides, you would not need hivittives nr liver nllla to keen vnnr stomach and bowels clean and fresh. rape s Dlapepsln can be obtained from vour drueffist. find rontalna more than enough, trlangules t thor- onirhlv euro thn worst d VRnentil There Is nothing better for gas on tne Btomacn or to euro ouors rrom the stomach or to cure a stomach headache. You couldn't keen a handier or more useful article In the house. green post, placed between two Btlcks that are already 'sick will becomo Infected and decay much more rapid ly than if it were Isolated. The con tagion Is similar to that of the Ills that man Is heir to, although It usually works wioro slowly. In one large mine a two mile tunnel was complet ed eight years ago and during the first four years the timber stood up In fine shape. Then signs of decay began to creep in here and there, and since U en the disease has extended through out the entire length of the tunnel, necessitating an annual expenditure of between four and ftvo thousand dollars for replacing timbers rendered useless through decay. Less than one- fourth of this sum goes for timber, tho remainder representing the cost of farming and installing. Unquestlon ably many of the care-ins which, crush the timbers and block the mine tun nels, often causing many deaths, are due to nothing but wood decay. "The work of treating mine timbers Is considered of such Importance that one group of men in the forest ser vice gives its entire attention to this subject. Investigative work carried on by this branch of the service since It was organized has demonstrated that treating with an efficient pre servative will prolong the life of tim ber Indefinitely in places where before It wos subject to a rapid decay, and the Interest shown by tho largo con sumers of timber and their eagerness to supply the information that has been obtained to their own particular problems has been widespread and Indicative of the benefits of wood preservation." mate of Ohio, City or Toledo, Lucas County, as: Frank J. Cheney makes oath that he Is senior partner of the firm of J. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City of Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said firm will pay the sum of ONiJ hUNUKED DOUl.AKS for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHUNKY, Bworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, this 6tn day or De cember, A. D., 1886. A. W. GLKA80N, Seal.) Notary Public. Hall s Catnrrh Cure is taken Internally, anu acta directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system, bend for testimonials free. K. J. CHUNKY ft CO., Tolido, O. Bold by drucfflats, 76c. lake Halls Family rills for constl patlon. PAID A IT Kit MANY YKAHS. K. S Stover, who was a flnst lieuten ant and captain of Companies K and l-s of the .Second Kansus cavalry In Civil war times, has received from the war department a check for 120.90. which represents pay duo him 47 yars ago. When promoted from pri vate to lieutenant the department failed to iay him for a month and eight days he sereved lis a private und in looking over the records the dis crepancy was found recently. A Horrible Hold-Vp. "About ten years ago my brother was "held up" In his work, health and happiness by what was believed to be hopeless consumption," writes W. It. Lipscomb, of Washington, D. C. "He took all kinds of remedies ind treatment from several doctors, but found no help till ho used Dr. King's New Discovery and a wholly cur.'d by six bottles. He Is a well man t'iday." It's quick to relii ve and the urest cure for weak or sore lungs. hrmorrhagcH. coughs and colds, bron chitis, la trrippe, asthma urn all bron chial affections. tOc and $1. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. A Tote against tho m-mi Isolds U a vote uK"iiit ;rcntcf Albuquerque. 444 WOODMllV OF T1IK WOULD Meet K'Torjr Friday i:enuig at 8 SJutrp. 4 FOKI'.ST AT 2li'i V. Central . K. W. Monro, CO. I. I:. PhlllliMi, Clerk. 402 Went I -end Ave. VISITING SOVF.KEIGNS FX- POMH ' 0 10 YOES TO BIGGER FIELD The Railroad Leader Quits Old Job to Extend His WorK In Other Lines. Topeka, Kfc.n., Jan. IS. For 1.1 yi ara P. H. Morrissey as grand mas ter of the Brotherhood . of Railway Trainmen has been a big factor In ail railway labor disputes and hb equit able decisions have made him far famed. On New Year's day he re signed to become the first president cf the new American Railroad Em !oyees' ond Investors' association, a national organisation which Is on off shoot of the Brotherhood. Mr. Morris- soy Js succeeded by V. O. Lee, tho present vice grand master. Morrlssey, during administra tion, built up tlie brotherhood from a struggling membership of 1,2000 tJ 102,000 and has earned the reputation of being one of the most broad-mind-ei' labor leaders in the country. The new American Railroad Em ployees' and Investors' association is said to have the backing of half a dozen of the largest railroad corpora- P. II. MORRISKEY. tlons of the country. Morrlssey's sal ary Is said to be 115,000 a year. "The new organlnat.on is not to le used for political purposes, Morrissey says. "It Is not to take part In con troversies between railroad officials and employes, cither. "It Is to provide for more active co operation between employes and In vestors. Their interests are the same. Some of Its objects are: "To encourage friendly public feel ing toward the . railroads; to keep watch, of Tailroad legislation, and to secure fair returns to capital and la bor. "Investors and employes are t) have equal voice. There Is need of co operation between them. They may quarrel ns to the relative portions of the earning due them. But they can not quarrel In their resistance to tho unjust reducing of rates and other limitations which In the end hurt em ployes more than investors. "'Hit the railroads and hurt tho rich' Is tho cry. And every time tho railroads are hit, 1,500,000 railroad employed are hit." W. O. Lee, for years vice grand master of the Brotherhood of Rail road Trainmen w ho has succeeded P. H. Morrissey as grand master, has ctme up from the bottom. He was a brakeman thirty years ago. Lee began his railroad career on the Atchison, Topeka and Pant a Fe at Emporia, Kan., in 1879. He was a brakeman and 'switchman on various roads in the southwrttt until 1891, when ho became a freight conductor on the Union Paeltic. In 1905 he was elected vice gTand master of the train men at the Galesburg convention of the order, of which be had been a member since 1890. Tho new grand master has almost as great a reputation as a union lead- r as Morrissey. CANT BE S EPAHATED. Some Albuquerque People Have Learned How to Get Hid of Both. Backache anr kidney ache are twin brothers. You can't separate them. And you can't get rid of the back ache until you cure the kidney ache. If the kidneys are well and strong, the rest of the system Is pretty sure to be in vigorous health. Doan'i Kidney Pills make strong, healthy kidneys. Mrs. Frank Ray of 31( Baca ave., Albuquerque, N. M., says: "Doan's Kluney Pills were first brought to my attention about four years ago while living In Helena, Mont Mr. Ray had been troubled for some time with at tacks of severe pains In his back, and he used them with the most satisfac tory results. The good opinion he then formed of Doan's Kidney Pills ha.i strengthened with time as other appeals made to them have always brought relief and proved that they can be depended upon not only to re move backache but to give relief from all rheumatic pains. We always mean to keep a supply of Doan's Kid ney Pills on hand to have In case of need, and whenever we hear one complaining of any .ymptoms of kid ney trouble advise the use of Doan's Kidney Pills." For sale by all dealers. Price 10 centa. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo. N. Y., sole agen's for the United States. Remember the njme Doan's and take no other. IT STAGE TO JKMKZ LEAVFS 111 HKST GOLD EVIUtY MOKXFNG AT B O'CLOCK. jfi' -y.i. . ..... it