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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN". PACK TIIRJCm. MAKE THIS THE WILL LASKDAY OF MISERY RldjYourselfj.Forevcr of Indi gestion and Weak Stom. ach With a Little Dlapepsln. Misei.ibh Indeed la tho man or woman whose digestive system la un strungwho goes to the table and can iiol eat or what little Is eaten .wins to i.ll them and lays like a lump of lead in the stomach, refusing to d.nc-t If uii. i' iir reader, puffer this way ami will rut on your wraps now ami pet fr..m your pharmacist a 60 ccnt ease :' Tape's Dlapepsln and eat one 22-srain Triangule after your n-xt meal you would appreclte. five minutes later, how long you suffered unnecessarily. There will be no more indigestion no misery in the stomach no sour risings or belching of gas, no heart burn, flatulency or eructations of un digested food and acid or feeling of nausea, fullness, henducho or other symptoms .if a weakened stomach. Stomach trouble and indigestion vanish like .-now before the blazing nun. When liia pepsin works your stom ach rests ni ts Itself in order. Dla pepsln puiiiies and sweetens a sour stomach rind freshens the intestines without the use of laxatives, and whu is more. it increases the gastric juices. This is what your stomach is begging fur more and better di gestive juices. This is what makes you hungry and want to eat, and when you can rest assured what you then et will tie taken care of prop erly and not left in the stomach to ferment and turn to gas and acid, and poison the breath with nauseous dors. Get a nO-cetit ease from your drug cist now you ought to have Dlapep sln about the house always. Should one of your family eat something ' which does not agree with him or her, or for a sour stomach or ex cessive gas. one triangule will always give immediate relief. ENTERTAIN BATTLESHIP FLEET Royal Welcome Home Planned When the Big Ships Ar rive at Hampton Roads FORTIFY fXTISCT GRATER IN HAWAII Army Will I'm a .Mountain In lYo-tec-ting; the Islands lYom lllVUMtOIl. Honolulu. Hawaii, Fob. !. The United states army engineers have begun the construction of two large tunnels through the rim of the great extinct crater of Diamond Head. Just east of the city. The tunnels are an adjunct to the great 12-lnch mortar butteries now nearly completed, on the slope of the big cone farthest from the ocuun. They will penetrate Into the big bowl of the crater, the floor of which includes some twenty acres surrounded by almost perpendicular vjliffs from lit'ty to two hundred feet high. Erosion of age has covered th.s crater Hour with a layer of earth averaging perhaps six feet in depth, while a small lake occupies one side most of the year, from rains which find no outlet. Within the mountain unusually se cure ammunition magazines will be constrncteti. and it is possible that the nuarteis for troops may also be constructed within the great enclos ure formed by the crater walls. With suttielent water for irrigation pur poses, the interior of the crater euuld icadlly be converted into a veritable tropical garden. Hefore the location of the fortifi cation works ut Diamond Head, the project of using the big crater as a cemetery by the city w a.s seriously considered. The difficulty of securing suitable land convenient to Honolulu I for burial purposes led to the sugges tion, which might have been car ried out hod not I'ncle Sam decided that he needs the big land mark for his own uwf. The batteries of eight big mortars are almost entirely concealed from the sea by the bulk of the mountain behind which they are placed, which not only makes them difficult to lo cate accurately from ships, but will protect them to a considerable; ex tent from battleship fire. Their own fire will he controlled by electric In dicators operated at some convenient point of observation, not necessarily near the mortars, and as this class of artillery depends upon Its "drop ping fire," the mountain between the fort and the n-a will offer no obstacle. NOTICE IX3K PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Panta Fe, New Mex ico. Nov. 24. 1908. Notice Is hereby given that FUo meno Buenaventa. of Bernalillo coun ty, who, on Feb. 1, 1906, made home stead entry serial No. 0717, No. I, 835, for NWi, Section 24, township 11 north, range 6 east, N. M. Prln. Meridian, has filed notice of Inten tion to make final 6-year proof, to establish claim to the land above de bribed, before H. W. S. Otero, U. S. ''ourt Commissioner, at Albuquerque, New Mexico, en March IS, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Darlo Chavez, Manuel Gonzales, Tranqullino Garcia, Francisco Tru Jillo, all of San Pedro. New Mexico. MANUEL, R. OTERO, Register, o i For That Terrible Itching. Eczema, Utter and salt rheum keep their victims In perpetual torment. The application of Chamberlain's Salve will instantly allay this Itching, and many case have been cured by its use. Fcr sale by all druggists. Washington. D. '., Feb. P. There have been home-coming celebrations In several of the big cities of the country within a few years, but the home-coming at Hampton Koails on Washington's birthday promises to throf all others in the shade and. in the matter of accompanying demon stration, to break all previous rec ords. The battleship fleet, February 22, will end Its voyage at the place Its voyage began. With the president the thought of the welcome to the officers and men and ships of the great fleet divides place with the thought of the African trip which, otherwise, in these last days of the administration, might be an almost all absorbing s' iect. Every knot of the way Roosi i ias watched the progress of the flee ..I ways with pride and hope, mingled possibly, at times, with something like apprehension. The president or dered the battleships on their great Journey around the world; he , has felt that If anything should happen to mar the voyage the American people would be inclined to hold him responsible. He has only a day or two longer than two weeks left in which to hope and to worry. A great fair was held on the shore washed by the waters of Hampton Roads two years ago, but there was nothing seen or done in the Virginia tidewater region at that time which will equal that which is to be seen and done at the same place two weeks from next Monday. All the available ships of the navy, now do ing duty along the Atlantic coast line, Mil gather at the entrance to the James river to give a resounding welcome to their sister and their cousin Bhips that have been under going a voyage of fourteen months, to show the world that the American navy, ship for ship and man for man. is the equal of any navy of the world. The president of the United States, cabinet officers, several of the Jus tices of the supreme court, officials of both houses of Congress, officers of the army and navy, and thousands of plain citizens will be on the Vir ginia shore to cheer the incoming ships. Among the expectant ones will be the wives, the sons and the daugh ters of the sailors, who have been ab sent from homo and have known nothing of family ties for a year and two months. The milor's life is largely one of separation. The president will go to Hampton Koads on a government vessel, and at the first opportunity he will greet Admiral Sperry, who has been in command of the fleet front the hour it left the waters of San Francisco. The understanding is that naval eti quette requires Admiral Sperry shall board the president's boat, but there are those who believe that etiquette and precedent are to be cast aside, and that Theodore Roosevelt will be seen at the first opportunity slamber ing up the side of the battleship Connecticut to greet and to congrat ulate the chief fleet oflicer on his own deck. Every room that Fortress Monroe, Newport News and Norfolk can of fer for the sheltering of visitors has been taken for the time set for the fleet's arrival and for the days imme diately preceding and immediately following. There will be more wom en than men on the shores and wat ers of Hampton Roads February 22. The wives, sisters and sweethearts of the sailors are to be gathered from all parts of the country for the feast of welcome. Every Saturday night on the sea since the December lay. 1 ! 0 7 . when Admiral Evans, on the Connecticut, led the way past the 'apes, the officers have gathered on each ship, and with thoughts on land, have drunk this toast: "Our wives and sweet nea its. may our wives always be our sweethearts and may our sweethearts h. our wives." There will.be plenty of noise and color when the Connecticut leads the way into the Roads. The ships of the Meet will be dressed with flags, and their bands will pkiy. first the "Star Spangled Banner," and then Garden Hose Garden Tools Wire Netting 8 WAGNER HARDWARE COMPANY THE LARGEST RETAIL HARDWARE STORE IN THE CITY Corner Fourth Street and Central Avenue How Stevie and the Moving Pictures Nearly Spoiled His Mother's Lawsuit; !i ",I"BI" 1111 111 ,M"" ' " ii -..-iiiiiiuijjiii v j .:..'.: : ya u t r x. , 4 ft w ' " !!!mi(r- hiif$r"iiii! a A. " r MM!-w UJ&V nil 11 U T t i? fei N c.-? viiUfHIl jjiii i $ 1 r f Emm Viv II i "r1 r I III II i s I 1 ' i s - ; niiff'iiiji s ' iiiiiiiiitipif jy iurrv: """Ml jf if Kr"iftmW If PMfi .II li 1 tJW UHS1JLL. . .. SOMK-OF THE MOVING P1CTI RE3 SHOWN IN COURT. STEVIE IS THE ROY IN THE LIGHT CAP. New York, Feb. 9. This is a story of how Stephen McG.irty, 14. saw his own picture at a moving picture iiow and how it cost him thouunds of dollars. One day Stephen went out to play with the kids in Eighth avenue, near his huine. It was u holiday and Ills mother permitted him to lay aside the brace for his knee, which he al ways wore to school, ever since he was thrown off a street car In 1905. In about flv-. minutes Stephen was sitting on the sidew-alk watching a crap game, when suddenly appeared a couple of men with a moving pic ture machine. The men were disgruntled. The people w ho were to pose for them did n.int come. "Well, pack up," said the picture man at last to his assistant. "ThoBe actors won't show up on this street." Then, suddenly, the assistant had an idea. "Who's the fastest runner of you fellows-" he asked of tile boys. "I am." said each kid, Stevie In cluded. "Well, you fellows have a race and wdil take you," said the big man pointing out two boy. "Weil give you tickets to the show when it comes off." So Stevie got Into the race. Then the men made the boys Jump i..s hiub as th. y could, and march and box and wrestle. Stevie outdid every one of the kids. "Do we get tickets?" asked Stevie and the kld, when It va3 over. "Sure," said the man. Stevie got his ticket the other day. It was a subpena of Judge Aspln wall's court room, where his mother was suelng the Coney Island Street Railway company for Stevle's injuries by being throw n off the car. The moving ulcture man was there. He put up a screen, started his ma chine, and In the dark room the Judge, the Jury and Stevie saw Stevie racing, fightirrg nnd throwing the other kiiie, almost as lively as any of them, except for a little limp. The show almost floored Stevie. "Did It hurt you to do all these things?" asked the street company's lawyer, after the pictures had been shown. "Yes," said Stevie weakly. "You smiled, didn't you?" aked the lawyer. "Yes," whispered Stevie. The pic tures, had shown h' smile. "Why did you smile?" asked the lawyer. "Because It hurt," said Htevle. Mrs. McGorty sued for I50.0U0. The Jury said Is.r.OO, because they could see by the pictures that Stevie limped. This was the first time that moving picture had ever been ue In a law court in the world Grind nets ftontly yot prompt ly outho bowels, el (Xinsos me systom oHoctiuilly, assists ono in ovivomnv "Home. Sweet Home," and then, the "Star Spaigled Manner" again. Ev ery house within sight ut the sea will Tt',1' ke a brave showing of bunting. The wt h oming ships will be dressed out a- are tin- home-coming ships, and 'loin the t Uriels of the vessels gathcit'd fur the greeting the guns will speak in saluto to be answered by the guns mi in.i nd .f the boats of sp. rry'i ion liniVitunl crmstinati norma noutly. To jvt its beneficial effects uuy the doiuuno. f'tanujat'turfd Ijytlu? California pto Syrup Co. 50U)BYUADIWrCa5TS-5O4HB0TlU 1 lie unci stronghold. the westel peake Hay l adin no- m now modernized Monroe, guards aches to liiesa broad waters : to the Janus river. Time has I ped the -ti. ngth of the old nt. hut K.' 1 I ess i appio and the f"ii The smooth bores of other days hav, Riven place to rilled cannon, and tin old signal torch has dwindled its Lenin.'- under the rays of the elec tric searchlight. Fortress Monroe will il v its Macs February and its '.rent guns will roar peaceably when the ships collie in. In a time of peaceful welcome thoughts Af war perhaps ought I i be instant, but such Is the professional Instinct that not an army orlicer nor a nav it orlicer probably but w ill won der what the outcome would be if the sixteen great lighting craft were on h 'stil,. intent and it was the duty f i tie guns of Fortress Monroe to Keep them from getting to a place of desti active advantage within the waters of Hamilton Roads or of Chesapeake Hay. There are great 12-inch guns hid den behind the parapets at the fort. Their range and their accuracy w ould enable them M strike home at every ihlp that attempted to force a pas-sag'-, but there will be no projectiles in tile rilled cannon of the fort on Washington's birthday. There are 5 ml artillerymen at Fur tress Monroe and after the first duties ol the day of welcome are over it will be the combined duty and pleas ure of the men to s. e to it that their brother sailors on short' leave are given the proper kind of a welcome home. The officers will care for the officers, and the enlisted men will care for the bluejackets. There will be plenty of merrymaking In tin- vicinity of Fortre.-s Monroe but it will be a merry making that "111 acknowledge discipline as Its mistress. The fleet is corning back. There are two weeks anil two days left of its long voyage. Thus far It lias been u record making sailing. The la.it leg across the Atlantic Is apt to be made quickly and smoothly, and II Is probable that som hours before the time s.-t for tile arrival Admiral Sperry's ships will be hovering off the Virginia coast, wishing that time woul.l add to the length and the strngth of his wings. The Smg(bss of Your Business Depends very largely upon the character of your advertising. Truthful advertisements, carefully written and generously displayed In business-getting mediums. Is the secret of growth of all successful business. THE CITIZEN Is the for mo it evening paper In New Mexico lit butiatsM-ottllna powtrt haa ba prova. lis tmtat art nasonabl: Look otor oar sdrortltlng column. Wbal It roar opinion of tho Jadgmoal of Iho flrmt adrorlltlng Ibtro T We Leave The Verdict With You The Leading Evening Newspaper of New Mexico The reawn we do to much IlOT't.ll DRY work Is bfrflus we do It right nnd nt the price you cannot afford to liave It done at home. IMPKKIAL Hl'NWiY. TRIiSPASS NOTICK. 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