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SATURDAY, JULY i, 1905.
ALIIUQUKKQUK KVEMINO CITIZEN.
Through mistake, we had a large order of crockery duplicated,
consequently, we have a larger stock of crockery than is usually ear
ned In an exclusive china store, aid to unload part of It Immediately,
we are offering It at 20 per cent o fffor cash for the next ten days. If
you are In need of hotel dishes, witer sets, dinner s:ts, or odd pieces,
it will pay you to investigate our stock. SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
J. D. EMMONS
Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co. Corner Coal Ave. and Second St.
ALL RAIL TICKETS, NEW YORK
TO PARIS, IN FOUR YEARS
By A. T. Moore.
New York, July 8. "It is possible
that it will 1)0 within four years, but
It will certainly not bo ve.y murh
longer than that, when you will be
able to step aboard your Pullman
here In New York and bo straight
through to Paris without getting off
Those were the last words said by
M. Loicq do l.obol as he leaned over
the rail or the French liner "La Sa
vole" just before the vessel pulled
out of this harbor bound for Havre.
With him M. de Lobel took the sig
natures of a notable group of Ameri
can engineers attesting their faith
In his gigantic enterprise and mark
ing what he considers a final step
toward tho realization of his .dream
of seven long years an all-rail route
from New York to Pa; is by way of
Alaska and Siberia.
At the point where his rails would
reach tho water in Aliska at Cape
Prince or Wales, and Siberia at East
Cnpe, the Bering Strait is only thirty
eix miles wide. Tho chances of suc
cessful ferriage across the water was
long under discussion, while even a
gigantic bridge was suggested to
join the two continents. These plans,
however, did not seem to meet the
favor or many or the engineers he
had consulted, and then de l.obil
conceived the idea of a tunnel under
the straits, and this has been deemed,
alter Investigation, entirely practica
ble. "As a member of Hie P.iris ('.on-
graphical society I
liack in 1888." said
M. do Lobel to
the Ncwsnauer Knlernriisn Ar.'inein
tion corrosixmdent, "and the feasi
bility of the Trans -Alaska - Siberian
railway, as we have called tho enter
prise, st fuck me then. I studied the
geology and climate of the country,
made soundings of the strait r.nd a
preliminary snrvev for thr. i
and since then I have devoted my t n
i ue nine m mi; promo' ion or tnis en-
terprise, which 1 firmly believe will J taking: Alfred Craven, deputy chief
be of enormous benefit in tho develop-; engineer of Hie New York Rapid
ment of Alaska and Siberia, two vast (Transit Commission; Edward Pond
p-.actieally unexploited countries, as ! Albany, chairman of tho advisory
well as to America and the world at: hoard of canal consulting engineers
,al'K- I of the state or New York; Elmer L
Naturally the most difficult part of i Cortl ell, a nu mber of the same
the project will bo the construction hoard, chief engineer in ennst, -hpi inn
oi me uinnei, i.ut the best sense ot
our engineers is that t his unrk- cm I
be accomplished within four years.
The water over the route of the inli
ne! Is from 165 to 180 feet. In depth,
with intrusive granite as the under
"Between the Siberian and Alas
kan coasts lie the Diomede islands.
There are two of them, and the larg
er will permit us to divide the tunnel
into two sections of nearly equal
length. Here also wo can erect
works necessary during construction,
as well as a motive power plant for
moving trains either by electricity or
compressed nir, and also for ventila
tion of the tunnel.
"Including the approaches, the tun-'
mi win ut- uikmii ,i-s nincB in lengtn,
and this with the 3,800 miles of rail
road which we propose constructive
In Siberia and the 1,200 we intend
building in Alaska, will go to make up
our 'Traiis-Aiaska-Siberian unilroad."
We will connect in Siberia with the
Trans-Siberian" road at Irkutsk, w'nile :
1 jra nhv'-H I
CilSO rwe pilar l.
For 10 Days
our Alaskan road will pass through
Council City, Nulato and Fairbanks,
connecting at a point about a hun
dred miles south of Dawson City with
the Guana Trunk Pacific, which is
planning an extension to that point.
"The Russian government lias ap
proved our plans and has granted a
concession of a strip of land 10 miles
in width along tho entile length of
our road in Siberia, almost 40,000,000
"it will take, wo calculate, about
$2.")O,0iki,im)O to complete the road, and
wlien I come back to this country
next November I expect that our com
pany will have been entirely organ
ized and placed upon a firm financial
"I am going to Russia voiy shortly
to Hul mit to tho oxar hlnfiseir'tlio evi
dences of American Interest in the
matter. Tho special committee to
prepare the terms or the ukase on
behalf of the Russian government
has been named, and I expect now
no further delay, it is our plan to
lorm an American company to under
take tlie work of actual construction,
and this will be done on rny return
in the fall. I have assurances rrom
men high in finance in Russia
France, England and the United
Stales that they are ready to put
?L,..il.(iu0,oii!), and if necessary $300
Oiio.ikmi, into the enterprise."
It took a largo corps of engineers
three years to complete tho surveys
lor the Siberian portion of the rail
road, and iluriiiir nil i K(a (i,;, ....
l.obcl, his wife and two daughters
lived in Alaska ut the
tunnel entrance will bo made. Though
the average person would shrink
Irom any lengthy residence there, the
do I.ohels one and all were fascinat
ed with the experience and didn't
teem to mind the climate.
This is the advisory comrniilee o!
tile American committee Hv.t m ,i
l.obcl hiis inspired with bis own con
inienie in tie success nf !,., ,,ni
ot a jKirtlon of the West Shore
road, ami connect,. ,1 u-iti,
y.ilian engineering enterprises; Dr.
John A. I.. Waddell, Kansas City,
consulting engineer In bridge con
struction, and J. L. MarMngton, chief
engineer of the .Montreal Locomotive
k Much! ne Co.
Mr. Corthell said: "So long as it
w;n propesed to make connection be
tween ('ape Prince of Wales nnd the
Siberian coast by ferry and the more
visionary bridge scheme, the matter
did not appeal to me. The plan for
a tunnel that originated with M. de
Lo! el Is. however, entirely feasible."
Al:'red Craven, on the other hand.
believes that the ferry plan could
made a success.
Asked as to the probable fare that
would be charsed for an all-rail ticket
fiom New York to Paris, M. de Lobel
said that Hie fare would probably lie
Just about what 1: Is now by trans-
atlr.r.tio steamer. P would probably
take some -JO or
i0 days to make the
- 0? of. iO-boalth It leaves In lunatb
A ,n..rl,... , '
i .. Wooly uuy oiur olio dig.
of o,mlfri?l,ny.';liu's0l:ron ,h9 P" lodlcstlon
ui t ,o aunn, tlio f stcm J Uuall7 scoa-L'iiJ ulili
yu-ao, orthttt .i.jdd-y m,nerall"ineLU'J-ita "U
noeoilV i u 1' v11'" ""H'reus. It Im't st tii
A Solemn uty
A solemn duty which we owe society, our children and our- R
Helves is max nomine
at tnai time wnen
snouia oe icn unaone.
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importance than the bodily welfare of the expectant
mother she must not experience undue suffering
through liny lack of tffort on our part.
MOTHER'S . FRIEND
should be the recourse of all real men and women at such times ; it is
easily obtainable, and it is a positive crime not to procure it. Its offices
are to relax the muscles and tissues intimately associated in this greatest
of the Creator's phenomena, and by simple external applications a result
. . t-u-.-i ,i,. mnil.r in undrrro r.tr
IS outainea wnicn ai me uppuiiiicuiiiuc 'ti lima me - o - , j
greatest joy with fortitude, and-brin? into the world a child worthy of Its IJ
parents. t oo, all druggists Our book Motherhood " sent free. Vd
BRAD FIELD RLGUIATCR CO., AZianta, na.
TIJIS GIRL HAS THE
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; V v-
5 f ' YTA
9 . V 1
Miss Edith Lanibello, a 20-year-old New York girl, is Sapl-uilnjj Lon
don by a new style of poses. She Is performing at the Atiiambra In a
ballet in a 'harem scene under her stage name of "I. a Slyphc " and by
her peculiar physical contoaions she has startled the stolid Englishman.
EU.MCH OF CONGO HGMIES
14 1 m' - -$ ffl Ah mi
These little people from the famous Stanley forest a e the hot weather
attraction in London. They are about three ieet tall, the youngest being
eiglm-en years old. These Pigmies mature very rapidly. They marry
when liiey are eight years old, reach their prime at litteeu to twenty, anil
are patriaahs at forty.
"ROOM UP FRONT."
In the jammed and jouncing car I was
hanking to a sirup.
Trying liard to keep from silting in
some total si rangr r's lap;
Eveiy time we k tupped, s ime others
scrambled hurriedly aboard,
While In tones that thrilled with earn
estness, the blue-clad man im
"Oh, there's plenty
thcie. if you'll
Step a little lively
people, for there's
If we'll heed ihat lit 1 1,-- lesson, as '
struggle Jay by day.
lolling on, and moiling onward in a
(lull, halt-uearted way, '
If we'd make a resolution that we'd'
do our work so well
That unless the utli i's buttled, we'd
be certain to exct 1.
P i 1 a loi lf-s crowded, ad
our daily si unt
ep a little lively." there'll be
For Over Sixty Years.
An obi -ml well tried Mnwly-Mrii,
U inslow a ctootbiiiff Syrup hug been
UHei for over sixty years by million of
mothers for tl..-ir clill.lren while teoth
InK. ltb i..rt.it unions. Jt (out he
the ctnl.l. miniia the (turns, nllnya nil
pain, ntr.i wl:i. chiille. Hnd Is the best
remedy fjr Olarrbina. in plmvant to
the t:i-!e. Fol.l l,y ilruuuiHtH n everv
(.art of i!ij world. Twnv-ttve cents a
bottle. ll value til Inealeulable Re
nre and nsk f ,r Mm. WIpmIuw s Sooth
lus Srnp. aiKl take jio ether kind.
wmcn can ne none - -----
. . i.apnn. mrithpr "I
our wives are u v- m
. , rtt.ii!ft tn he H
ui an tntimui
ir,. r.s inidp one is of more
f -r a
C 7 1 :
. AS ..A '
I One Dollar Caved Represents Ten
I Tho n'. rrnjT'1 man 0m s not pave to cx
I ci nl ten p' r ci lit ef Ids earnings. He
must HiM'ii.l nlno iliillani In living ex-pi'iiHi-s
for every dulltir saved. This lie
ini? Ihi c-asn. ),e can, ml be too careful
abntit iinii-eHsary rx;K-neii. Very often
a few cents properly li.vtkted, like buy
ing nei ,1m fur bin KarOen, will F ive ev
iral ilollnrs i iilnv latir on. It In the
name in laivhiK 1 "b" nOierlnln' (,'liollc,
(.'holvr.-i mid Dlarrho. n It me!. It
oomi.s l.nt ii I'uw i nlH, and a bottle of It
fn the tioiiMo ffti-ii t-:ifa a doctor bill
of Kt-verul dollars. lVr tale by all deal
ers. A. J. I. omuls, depu'y internal reve
nue collector, has peno to Phoenix,
Ar'zona, where he w 1 I check Into of
fice the r.ew deputy collector at that
point, I-'. J. fiibbons, of Prescott. It Is
sai l that Mr. fiibbons" office will be
transferred to Prescott from Phoenix.
wo CUKE the LUNC8
I i iiniit:.i:;.'.,; ;u.-o l-r tail
hr.'H-i'jAT 6i i '..-.c, Tuoua-
t ,'v!. o; JIONK1 HACK.
V . ... - -a i :
HOCK MONEY METAL WOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
II. os., Corresismdenta for Igan
& Bryan. Harnett Building.
American Sugar Ho
Alehison, com ' 85
Atrhison, pfd 102'i
Haltlmnro & Ohio H3s
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 71
Colorado Fuel & Iron rui
Colorado Southern, com 83 Vi
Colorado Southern, first.. f'8
Colorado Southern, second 38
Chicago. Great Western, com... 20
c. & o r3
Krio, com.. 47 Mi
Krie, first 83
L. & N U9i
Missouri Pacific 100V4
Mexican Central 21
New York Central 148
Reading, com 107
Rock Island, com 31
Rock Island, pfd 75
Republic Iron & Sleel, com....' 20
Southern Pacific li.r
St. Paul 180
Southern Railway 31
T. C. & 1 1)2
Texas Pacific 34
I'nlon Pacific, com tno
S. M., com 34
S. S., pfd 102
S. Leather, com It
& W 53 '4
OUR TO BE NbXT
SECRETARY OF STATE
Who has accepted tho portfolio of
Secretary of State, at the request
of Piesident Roosevelt.
The following are some of the
events in the life of tho new secre
tary of state;
18-13 Horn at Clinton, N. Y.
180 Graduated from Hamilton
18G5 Taught at Homo academy."
18t7 Graduated from the University
law school college.
1K83-IS5 United States attorney for
the southern district of New York.
1SU4 Delegate lit largo to the state
constitutional convention and chair
man of tho Judlciaiy commission.
lstot Appointed secretary ol war
by President. Mi Kinley.
P.iol Reappointed secretary or war
by President Roosevelt. Reorgan
ized tho army and placed it upon a
superior footing, under the regulations
nl tho Dick bill.
l'jiiu Resigned aa secretary of war
and engaged In luei alive law practice
in New York city. His lei h were said
to aggregate more than 2y0,ouo an
nually. pin I Served a.i a member of the
Alaskan boundary commission. Was
one of tho recogulzed leaders of the
lloniihliean national camnaizn. his
i an cell at the convention which nom
inated Roosevelt being taken as the
. keynote of the most positive cam
paign in the history of the party.
It'll. 1 Wan appointed by President
Itoosi volt as secretary of Btate, lo
succeed John Hay.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera - and
Diarrhoea Remedy The Best
T. M. Wood, inanut'er of the White
I'oiinly News, IVebe, Ark., 1.1 a ropio
.iiil.it Ive Boiitheru btiKlnesM man, who
Ooi h mil hesitate In expressing his good
opinion of u well known remedy, lie
Fays, "It gives me plermure to recom
mend Chamberlain s r.'holle, Cholera, and
1 ilarihoea Remedy, having used It iny
gelf unil In my family with the bent re
sults. In fart I believe It to be the best
remedy of tho kind In existence. Bold
by all dealers.
The Homo .Mission society of the
Highland Methodist cfiurch, will
serve ice cream, cako and lemonade
at the residence of Dr. K. N. Wilson,
40'i South Arno street, Thursday,
July 1, Irom 3 to 11 p. m.. Tho la
dies are arranging to niako the occa
sion an enjoyable one. The lawn will
be tastefully decorated, beautifully
lighted, while liio work of serving ro-lies-lmii'iits
will bo interspersed with
music, both instrumental and vocal.
The public at largo is Invited to at
tend. Ten Thoughts. .
Dawn is the day smiling at niKht.
Humility is often a cloak for hatted.
All shores are fair when tho tide
It Is better to bcllevo than to sus
pect. The weak chain wastes the btrong
Many bravo men have been g'aot in
Few people are strong enough to
Wh'-revi r there is a victory there
must bo a defeat.
The song that reaches tho heart
Seldom stays the:e.
The center of dramatic emotion Is
usually In tho gallery. New York
Rev. Thomas Harwood, superin
tendent of Spanish missions of the
Methodist Kplzcopal church In New
.Mexico and Arizona, wus a passenger
for Santa l'e this morning.
The Albuquerque Stars and tho first
nine of the Cracker Jacks will cross
bats ou tho Harelus grounds tomorrow
4th Street end
STARRETT'S MACHINIST TOOLS
JENNINGS & IRWIN BITS
MAY DOLE HAMMERS
WINCHESTER SHOT GUNS
SMITH & WESSON REVOLVERS
AMMUNITION, ALL KINDS
HARNESS AND SADDLES
STRAP WORK, ETC.,
President. SOLOMON UNA. f rrt'rfrnt Rink
Vict Preside M. W. S. STRICKLER, Vice President and Cashier Bank of Commerce.
betcrM Counsel, W. B. CfllLDEKS, late U. S. Attorney.
Secretary and Treasurer, W. Ii. GREER, President Albuquerque Tractioi Co.
THE CORPORATION ORGANIZATION
AND MANAGEMENT COMPANY
Assumes entire charge of forming companies of all kinds, to do
business In New Mexico and elsewhere, from preparation of charter
to completion of organization of company.
Furnishes home office and acts aa agent upon whom proctss may
be served. Acts as transfer agent in New Mexico. Sees to holding
annual meeting and making and filing annual and other reports.
Keeps stock books and organization In conformity with law. Fur
nishes places of meeting of stockholders and directors. Furnishes
New Mexico directors. Acts as registrar of stock transfers, and aa
trustees In mortgages and deeds of transfer.
Laws liberal; costs of organization low.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED AND
Laws Liberal' Cost
The Corporation Organization and Management Company,
117 WEST GOLD AVENUE,
BORRADAILE & CO., 117 COLD AVENUE.
The buyer of a CHICK ISKl.NU
Jver hU purchase, for lie will never find a Tnno of another make that will
compare in tone with tho ono he has.
To be sura they en.-it a littlo mo:e than other good Pianos, but that
's tho Inevitable result when you get tho best.
WE ARE SCLE AGENTS FOR THE CHICKERING
WHITSON MUSIC CO.
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