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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. l'AOE SEVE- 14 r MALE HELP FEMALE irELP CLERKS STENOGRAPHERS BOOK KEEPERS SALESMEN AGENTS CANVASSERS MALE HELP WANTED First class gentleman stenographer for out of town posi tion. Good salary, chance for ad vancement. Southwestern Business Association, 201 Eitst Central ave. MALE HELP WANTED 190 month, $70 expense allowance at start, , put out merchandise ftnJ grocery catalogues; mall order house. American Hone Supply Co., Desk 3S, Chicago, 111. WRITE and-we will explain how we pay any man $St 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 la too late. R. D. Martel. Dept. t0. Chicago. TOUNG MEN FOR RAILWAY MAIL Service. Examination In Albuquer que May II. Intending applicants should begin preparation at once. Sample questions and "How Gov ernment Position Are Secured," sent free. Ir,ter-State Schools, 797 Iowa Ave., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. MEN Take orders for the largest portrait house. Some of our men re making $300 a month, so can you. Address, National Art and Crayon Co., Dept. 447, Chicago. MEN WANTED QUICKLY By big Chicago mall order house, to dl- 1 tribute catalogue, advertise, etc. $21 a week; $(0 expense allowance first month; no experience required. Manager, Dept. 101, S8S Wabash avenue, Chicago. FEMALE HELP WANTED One neat apprentice girl and one experienced seamstress at Ideal Dressmaking parlors, room 33. Harnett building. WANTED Seamstress and appren tlce for dressmaking dfm.'rmen;. Crane millinery and dressmaking parlors, Fifth street and Central ivvsue WANTED A lady collector, mar rled or single, to collect a tew day monthly for a California ' Install ment house. Easy work, good pay. References required. Address Box 144, Oakland. Cal. WANTED WANTED Two second hand safes. I. Dye. city. vTANTHD Second Hahn's Coal yard. hand aa?fts. WANTED To buy large tract of timber. Give full report, cash price, location, shipping facilities. also terms. I. C. Cockey, 226 Kitt redge Bldg., Denver, Colo. TANTED Information regarding farm ur business for sale; not par ticular a'aout location; wish to hear from owner only, who will sell dl rt tn buver; elvA mice, deacrln- tlon, and state when possession can ! be had. Address L. Darbyshlre, j Box 1010, Rochester, N. Y. AGENTS $18 PER WEEK PAID ONE PERSON In each county to handle our big advertising combination. J. S. Selg- ler Company. Como Rlock, Chicago. WANTED Agents to sell our line of cigars with a new patent cigar lighter. Can also be carried as a side line. Address Crown Cigar Co., Milwaukee. Wis. RESPONSIBLE men ti sell Gaso lene Lighting 5ystemB. Exclusive territory, attractive proposition to right parties. Catalog free. Acorn Brass Mfg. Co. Chicago, HI. WANTED Agents make II a day; seven fast sellers; big new Illustrat ed catalogue and samples free. Commercial Supply Co., Box 1088, Boston, Mass. AGENTS Positively make $10 to $20 daily selling the greatest pho to art specialty ever produced; something new and unusual. L. K. Nutter, Mgr., 4C4 Carroll ave., Chi cago, 111 AGENTS, MALE OR FEMALE, can make all kinds of money selling my Pongee Swiss Embroidered Waist Patterns and 811k Shawls. Big money for you. Catalogue mailed on request. Joseph Cluck, 21 Broadway, N. Y. city. AGENTS ATTENTION! IMozo Cabi nets guard the home from contag ion and disease. Require no atten tion. Just hang them up, that's all. People are buying them by the thousand. Send at once for sample and terms. Montana Sales Co., Dls- ' tributors. Butte, Mont. WANTED Intelligent man or wo man to take territory, and appoint canvassers to soli our water filters. Exclusive territory and nice, profit able work for the right party. Se neca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. Any part or all or the first floor of the Luna and Strlckler building Is now ready for occupancy and will be leaded to responsible parties. Any alterations desired will be made ta suit tenants. Total floor space, 12. 000 square feet. Basement same di mensions. Steam heat and all other modern Improvements. Apply W. 9. Strlckler. A Clearing House for the People's Wants lassifi&d Albuquerque's Popular Want Columns fll Attractive Locations for New Residences w You want the most healthful location. You want the l?est neighbors. It is very easy to get any location, but if you want the one you desire most, read Citizen Want Ads and you will find it. Thousands dispose of their properties through Citizen Want Ads. Besides getting the best location you also get a bargain. You can buy a house and lot cheaply, too. Don't buy property of any kind until you read Citizen Want J4s.i To do so means money and trouble saved. u I ySnUft SALESMEN SALESMEN WANTED We want men capable of earning $50, $76 or $100 per week to sell rotary wind signs. If you can get and mean business, write Albright Sign Co., Muncle, Ind. IVANTBD An energetic, educated man to sell the New International Encyclopaedia In New Mexico; splendid epenlng; state age, pres ent employment and give referen ces. Dodd, Mead and company, Bhukert Building, Kansas City, Mo. a ANTHD capable salesman to cevet New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with $100 monthly advance. Permanent position to right man. Jeaa H. Smith Co., De troit, Mich. -ALESMAN Specialty, dry goods and furnishing; men covering spe cific territory, (single states pre ferred), 7 per cent commission; state present accounts. Duke Macmahon Handkerchief Co., 171 Broadway, New York. nVANTEtD -Salesman to carry up-to-date Souvenir Post Cards as aide line. Money making proposition. Some of our men making $200 monthly. State references. Gartner A Bender, Chicago. WANTED Salesman having ac quaintance with leading manufact urers of Albuquerque and surround ing territory. Must have general knowledge of machinery and belt ing and be prepared to work on a liberal commission basis as a reg ular or side line. Post Office Box 140, Station C. Cleveland, Ohio.' ANTED Honest, energetic sales men to sell a general line of high grade food products to hotels, res taurants, farmers, ranchers and ther large consumers. Experience annecessary; we teach you the business; exclusive territory. Our goods are guaranteed full weight, full measure and In every way meet tae reulrementi of all pure food laws. Exceptional opportun ity; write today for particular John Sexton A company, Whole sale Grovsrs, Lake A Franklin sts., r?hlea ' ALESMEN tnterestea in Post Card side line, write for our new offer. Free sample outfit, highest com missions. We manufacture com plete line of albums, stanJs, cards, views. Continental Art Co.. Sl W. Monro St., Chlc-t.ro. 1 MHSilAS WANTED for 10 who has had experience In any line, to iell general trade In New Mexico tn unexcelled specialty proposition. -omai!iloin with Hi weekly ad vance for expenses. Our season pens January 4th. The Continental Jewelry Co.. Cleveland, Ohio. HERE TO BUILD? the question which puzzles most people intending to build a home. The local ity means a great deal to you and your family. You want a location that's convenient to your business and to schools. FOR REN1 FOR RENT 33 acres fine land, 25 acres in alfalfa, fenced, all under . ditch. Alejandro Sandoval, Cor rallea. FOR-RENT Four front rooms, for housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Doran, 524 W. Central, rear. Rent reason able. FOR RENT Four, 5, ,6 houses, also offices, housekeeping. W. H. and 8 room rooms for M (Million, real estate broker, 211 West Gold. FOR RENT Typewriters, all kinds. Albuquerque Typewriter Bxchange, lit West Central. Furnished Rooms FURNISHED ROOMS at Grand Cen tral hotel. Central and Second St FOR KENT Nicely furnlshea house keeping rooms! strictly mode.'ii. No. 702 East Central avenue. Business Opportunities AUTHORS seeking a publisher should communicate with the Cochrane Publishing company, 177 Tribune building, New York city. FOR 8 A LB Well established, good paying business. Invoices about $8, 000. Address P. O. Box 220, Albu querque, New Mfx. MONEY TO LOAN MONEY TO LOAN Cash for good notes. Room 18, N. T. Armljo Bid., 1:30 to 2:30 p. m. TELEPATHY AI-TF.lt WIRELESS. "Wireless telegraphy is a fact. We have It now, an, Just beyond that is telepathy. We will have that. liut it won't come as a devil's side show preside, I over by some medium, but it will come under the guidance of divine providence," naid Dr. John Wesley Hill, Sunday night, at the Met ropolitan Temple. "Not lunjf ago I met a man, a friend of mine, w it i whom I talked. Hp said to me. 'Think of a name,' and 1 thought "f my mother's maiden name, anj like u Hash he wrote it un a eard. 'flint I telepathy and tnat is coming. We will have it, but it s ill not come as a devil's side shnw pnvu'l, d over by a medium. It will colli"' Under tie K 11 iil.l lire of divine pr.iv, iilence. "Tile wirt let t, 1, ci'iiph w ill yet lie flow beside the lightning-like In terchange "f th'iuvht tflepathy. We are rominu to a new ra of the Intel lectual supremacy ..f man." New York Times. Mds FOR SALE FOR SALE Cheap. Pool table tn first class condition. Inquire Nath an Davis, Care Citizen office. FOR SALE Cheap. Coffee mill fo grocery, S foot high. Practically new. Inquire, Nathan Davie, care Citizen office. FOR SALE Underwood Typewriter, good as new. Mtllett Studio. FOR SALE Furnishings of 6-room house, including piano, gas range and new coal range. 225 North Walter street. FOR SALE Thoroughbred single comb Rhode Island Red and Buff Leghorn eggs, $1 per setting. 1411 North Fifth street. FOR SALE Two three-room cot tages , to move away. B. H. Ives, Fourth and Santa Fe. FOR SALE Or will exchange for Al buquerque real estate, eight fin residence lots at Long Beach, Cal. Apply at Citizen office, tt FOR SALE A fine Ilardman piano, goed aa new, beautiful tone. 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 Set ond street, Albuquerque. 1IOTF.L ARRIVALS. SI urges. M . f'allahan, Sioux I'lty, la.; Jno Sullivan. Hagun; W. A. Hoyer, Santa Fe; Jno. Spears, (J.illup; JaB. G Fitch, Socorro; C. E. Ooll, Denver; A M." Patterson. J. M. Hynd, Madrid li. H. Newlee. Las Vegas. Alvarado. K. I. Nesbit, Omaha; I. Murphy Riverside, Cal.; Grace Culver, Dc tnut; Oscar Moreland. Toledo; Thos. L. Hamilton, St. Louis; Ed Springer, Elgin. III.; li. E. Twitcholl. Las Ve Kiis: R. M. Jones. Denver; Geo. C Woolwer. Chi-ugo; J. W McNally. Ne.v York; W. Florence. Chicago W. C. Fank. Kansas City; F. W. Lee Berlin, Wis.; Thos. Lynns, Silver City J. Ko.-s Thomas, Pol Stanton, C "raise. ('has. Khenian. Santa Fe; M. T .Moi h i n . iriaity, Morlartv. N. M.; R. K. Wat Isleta; A H. Hilton. San Antonio J. K. Stephens, St. Louis. Ratlin; J. O. Russell Sao. 'itlett. Wash. Ket tn- r ; .1 1 ; Mi-s (ir.-ie. .1. i:. Ft rn.id. a miijsnr, II. C; . dill!. Hi ow n, F. G . -. Al-Nash- vii! M. ; Ttiiu.; F. 11 Grant, Paris, L. A. Frlm he, Seymour, Ind. N. cm z fin WANT ADS BRING RESULTS HOUSES FOR RENT ROOMS TO RENT HOUSES FOR SALE RANCHES FOR SALE BUSINESS OPPOR TUNITCES MONEY TO LOAN LOST AND POUND PROFESSIONAL CARDS PHYSICIANS SOLOMON L. BURTON, M. . Physician and Surgeon. Residence, 610 Sooth Walter Street. Phone 1030. Office, t Harnett Building. Phone. 17. A. G. 6HORTLE, M. D. Practice Limited to Tuberculosis. Honrs 10 to 13 and 3 to Telephone 886 Rooms 8, 9 and 10, State National Bank Block. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT. Dental Surgery. Rooms J and S, Barnet Hull ding, Over O'KlMly's Drue Store. Appointments Made by MU. Phone 744. DRS. COPP AND PETTTT. DENTISTS. Room 13. N. T. Armljo Building. EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. 8. Office boors, a. tn. to 19:80 p. m. 1:80 to I p, m. Appointments made by mall. 806 W. Central Ave. Phone 466 LAWYERS R. W. D. BRYAN Attorney at Law. Office First National Bank Building Albnquerqne, New Mexico. EL W. DOBSON Attorney at Law. Office, CrobweU Block. Albnqnaqne, New Mexico. IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law. Pensions, Land Patents, Copywrlgtita, Caveat, Letter Patents, Trade Marks, Claims. 86 F Street N. W. Washington, D. C. THOS. K. D. M ADDISON Attorney at Law Office, 117 West Gold Ave. INSURANCE B. A. SLEYBTKR Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public, Rooms 18 and 14, Cromwell Blk. Albuquerque - - New Mexico A. K. WALKER Fire Insurance Secretary Mutual Bnlhllng Association 117 west Or u tray Avenue AUCTIONEER J. M. Sollle of the firm of SollJe L.e ureten, 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 eaeh week, at 2:1 and 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Sollle has had broad experience In the auction business in his yeunger days. With bis close attention to business and th polite and easy way in which he can address the people, will assure him success as In other days. The peo ple of Albuquerque can make no mlstak In giving Mr. Sollle their work. - Words to Ittt1 the Soul. "Your son has conumption. His case Is hopeless." These appalllig words were spoken to Geo. E. lilev ens, a hading merchant of Spring field, N. C. by two expert doctors one a lung speciali-c. Then was shown the wonderful po er of Dr. King's New Duii'overy. "fier three weeks i'-e." writes Mr. lilevens, "he was a ueil as ever. I vnuld not take a!l the money in the world for what It did for my boy." Infallible fin coughs and colds, its the safest, sur est cure of desperate lung disease on earth. 50c and $1. Guarantee sat isfaction. Trial oottle free. All Dealers. I DAILY SHORT STORIES j OLl FRIKXDs. Ity Frank II. AMlllams. With a start Margaret Atcherly heard some one cautiously comedown the hall, try the door of the room, and then she saw a man suddenly enter and close the door swiftly be hind him. In the semi-darkness she saw that he was tall and broad shouldered. For a moment he stood by the door, listening Intently. A little gasp, which Margaret illy sup pressed, drew him up In tense con centration. "Who's here?" camo his sibilllant whisper. The man moved forward a little, and, unexpectedly, his head came in contact with the one shaft of light which pierced the gloom. The face was that of Clayton Smith, her boy hood friend. But now his face was sadly seamed and lined by his ex periences. Why, Clayton," whispered Mar garet, softly, "what are you doing here?" The man bounded forward and cauKht the girl roughly, peering keen ly Into her face. "Why, why, Margaret." he exclaim ed. "I I'm glad it's you. There's lly cop been parading up and down the hallways here for some time, and I m afraid he wants mo," He glanced away from the girl sullenly, ns he dded: "I've sunk pretty low since knew you, Margaret the cop'g af ter im for house breaking." House breaking," repeated the girl, uncertainly. Yes," he answered, and then burst forth. "Oh, I'm sick of It all! I'm sick of the degradation of feeline myself apart from my fellow men! want to turn over a new leaf! I want to live honestly," The girl said nothing, and he continued. "Seeing you again brings It all home to me what a wretched creature I have been. Long ago when we were boy and girl sweethearts, Margaret, you'd never have thought I'd come to this. would you, Margaret? I wanted to marry you then, and, by heaven, I want to marry you now! But I I can't ask you, you to marry a com mon thief. I'm a man yet, and I'm going to show you I am by cutting all this out!" It was evident to Margaret that Clayton was laboring under some great stress. It seemed as though his words were fairly wrung from him. But, Impetuous as his love- making was, it thrilled her deeply, She acknowledged to herself that her 1 eart had never been touched by any one but him. Suddenly Clayton grasped the girl tensely. Some one had turned the knob of the door. In a moment a man had entered the room and like Clayton, closed the door behind him. "its tne ny cop:" Clayton mur mured, In Margaret's ear. The detective advanced cautiously Clayton waited until he had reached the center of the room, then he sprang forward. The detective was taken unawares. Clayton caught him around the neck and stifled his half uttered cry with a strong grasp on the throat. Clayton was much the larger man of the two and in a mo ment he had compltely overpowered the detective and gagged him. Then Clayton caught the girl by the hand. "Goodby, he gasped, brokenly. "Some day when I have proved my self to be a man, I'm coming back." The girl In turn caught Clayton by the arm. "Don't leave me, don't leave me!" she sobbed. "It wasn't you, but me tne cop was after. I'm wanted for shop-lifting. He trailed me to thiB building hours ago and I've been waiting, waiting for a chance to slip away. Oh, Clayton, take me with you and help me, too, to reform for I'm sick sick to death of my horrible life!" Clayton, surprised, astonished, look ed at the girl a moment and then un resisted, placed his arm around her and led her down the hall and out of the building. FORGETTING 1IKR AGE. Miss Mary O'Neill, a newspaper writer, editor and author of books, was a witness this morning In Judge fc'lover's division of the circuit court, says the Kansas City Star. She tes tified for Mrs. Agnes Thomas of 119 East Thirty-fourth street, whose di vorced husband. Theadore Thomas, brought a habeas corpus suit to ob tain custody of their 6-year-old son, Theodore. Miss O'Neill lives at the home of Mrs. Thomas und her moth er, Mrs. Annie Ross. On cross examination the attorney for Theodore Thomas asked: "Are you married?" "No, sir." Miss O'Neill replied. "How old are you?" "I am a full grown woman." "What Is your age?" "I u"i about GO." "K that as near as you can rcinem ber your own age?" "I haven't remembered my age for seviral years. 1 said I was not mar rut,." Judue Slover Joined in the laughter o' li. ..se in the court room. "This Is a very serious matter," the at'orney said. "Y"ti are under oath and I think it is proper to be seri-ou-i." "It Is becoming Intensely serious tn nie," the witness said. "1 am utiout !0 years old and am iot married yet." Judge Slover smiled, and said: "The court is HitisMcd regarding the age of th" witness. She will not be required to be mine explicit." Miss O'Neill snilh d. and thanked th! Judge. THE NM I. I'MR. Everycne should intend the meeting to he held at the ar- tnory April 5 to discuns plans for the annual New Mexico fair. The meeting will ft.-gln prompt- ly at 8 o'clock and you should be there. JOHN E REALTY CO. Established 1883 Real Estate, Loans, FIRE INSURANCE FOR SALE. $1,000.00 B-room brick res idence on South Broadway, $0 foot lot, trees and outhouses. Easy terms. $3,000.00 Great bargain In 6-room brick residence in the Highlands, close In; lawn, fruit and shade trees, $1,900.00 A B room frame house, modern, Fourth ward; easy payments. A great bar gain. Ixta In new town of Rolen, at original plat prices. Call at our office for full particulars. Cliolce vacant lots In city of Albuquerque. See us before buying elsewhere. FOR RENT. $8.00 3-room house, near shops on Pacific avenue. $ 10.00 Comfortable, n ew 3-room house. North Eighth St. $18.00 Modern, 7-room, N. Eighth St. $20.00 Adobe . .liouse, ,.7 rooms, bath, close In. $16.00 A modern 6-room frame, Highlands, close In. $15.00 New, 4-room house. West 8ilver avenue, close In, $25.00 New, modern brick. 5 rooms, near school. $20.00 Rooming house with tore room, close to shops. $55.00 Furnished, modern, S-story, 9-room brick, facing park; finest In the city. $65.00 Hotel Henrietta. Is brand new, never occupied, Is modern, 27 rooms; fine loca tion, a bargain. ABSTRACTS OF TITLE. Having the only up to data Abstract Books for the city of Albuquerque and county of Bernalillo, and a competent and experienced abstractor, and conveyancer In our office, we are prepared to furnish correct ABSTRACTS OF TI TLE on SHORTEST NOTICE, and at LOWEST PRICES. MONET TO LOAN at 8 per cent on first mortgage, In any amount above $500. LOANS NEGOTIATED MON EY INVESTED HOUSES RENTED TAXES PAID and complete charge taken of properties for residents and non-residents. NOTARY PUBLIC IN OF FICE. 219 Watt Gold Avenue Money to Loan I HAVE $100,000.0$ to loan on Albuquerque real es tate, first mortgage only, one to Ove years. In nun to nit, at seven and eight per cent, according to amount and class of security. If you need money and have the right kind of secur ity oo nie and see me. A. Af on toy a 115 West Gold Avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hair Dresser and Chiropodist Mr. Bambini, at her parlor op posite the Alvarado and next door to 8torge cafe, 1 prepared to give thereugm scalp treatment, do hair rearing, trsat corns, bunion and Ingrown nail. Gh give maasag treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini' own preparation of com plexion cream build up ta skin and improve th complexion, and la guaranteed not to b Injurious, ah also prepare hair tnlo and care and prevent dandruff and hah- fail ing ut, restore lit to dead hair, re move mole, wart and superfluous hair. For any blemish of th face, call and eonsult Mr. Bambini. " o It Is not what you pay for advertis ing but what advertising PAY8 YOU, that makes it valuable. Our rates are lowett for equal service. KILLthc couch mo CURE the LUNGS Dr. King: WITH Jew Discovery F0RC8sHS. AKOUL THHOaT N0 LUNG TROl'BUa. GUARANTEED SATISFAC'lOBl V MONEY .REFUNDED. MOOR