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ALdlUQUEKQUK KVKN1NQ CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905,
AN INVENTION WHICH WILL
PREVENT TRAIN COLLISIONS
Operations of railroad trains Is to
hp revolutionized liy thi use of a do
vice owned by Kansas City men to pre
vent head-on or roar end collisions. It
Is the most important and far reach
ing Invention brought to light In years
and every engine equipped with It
will rarry In its cab what amounts to
an automatic engineer that will have
the power of detecting danger miles
ahead and which, should the regular
engineer fall to do, will put on tho
brakes and shut off the steam just as
If animated with human life.
Tho device is known as tho Horn In
vention to prevent railroad accidents,
and American Signal company owns
tho patents. This company is con
trolled by Kansas City men, a syndi
cates having been formed some weeks
ago for that purpose, of which M. H.
Hudson if president and W. R. Dodd
ridge, formerly general manager of
the Missouri Pacific railroad, is man
ager. And more, too, tho patent also cov
ers a device to enable passengers on
a moving train to telegraph or tele
phone to any given point or to any
other moving train. This has been
done tinder actual service conditions
and the conversation carried on with
the same degree of ease and comfort
as if the telephone were In an olflce
The Horn device consists of a one
quarter horse power dynamo placed
on the tender, and run by steam from
tho engine, a rheostat plnced In the
rah, a series of warning lights and a
bell before the engineer's eyes ami a
metal grip, actuated by a magnet,
wilier will let the air into the pipoB
nrd ston the train. If all the previous
signals have been Ignored. The Born
device is said to be the only one In
existence which does not depend upon
the human element. It is as automat
ic as a mouse trap. You set the de
vice and the mechanism does the rest.
The engineer and fireman may be
asleep or dead, dispatchers may send
out wrong orders, conductors may In
terpret directions erroneously. Any
one of these causes might cause head
on or rear end collisions under ordln
ard conditions, but with the Born de
vice properly set disasters will be im
possible. The current generated by the dyna
mo runs on one hand into the rails
and on the other into the rheostat,
which is a device mod to regit. ate the
volume of an electric current a sort
of a safety vahc. The rheostat is so
adjusted that the current is not of
sullleieiit power to pass it under ord
inary conditions. Two locomotives
eb ( l rifying the rails before and be
hind them approach each other on the
same track. When they get within a
certain distance which is regulated
by the trainmen the rails will be
carrying twice the current for which
the device is Set. As a resu.t the elec
tricity will force its way through the
rheostat on both locomotives and set
into action the safety signals. The
incandescent light before the engin
eer's eyes will glow dimly and as the
trains draw nearer to one another be
gin to blaze brilliantly; the electric
bell begins to tinkle and then to sound
furiously. If none of these warnings
is heeded the separate storage bat
tery is drawn into action, energizes a
magnet and the metal grip plunges
out, engages with the air lever and
automatically turns on the brakes.
This happens on both trains and both
will be brought to a dead stop.
Actual tests were made on the Ches
apeake Iieach railway out of Wash
ington and engines heading for each
other at. full speed on tho same track
wort? stopped juio mile apart and at
other distances down to 350 feet. Full
crews and expert railway men and
electrical engineers were on the loco
motives and the engines could have
l.een stopped by the engineers as soon
as the warning signals began to make
themselves felt to the eye and ear,
but the device was allowed to show
all it could do and mot all expecta
tions entirely by stopping both trains
at the distance designated. These
tests were made many times, covering
several weeks of time, and under all
kinds of weather conditions.
Since these testa were made an ap
paratus by which the return wire for
the device which runs between two
sets of tracks or alongside one set,
can be used for telegraphing or tele
phoning. Special instruments are
used, which obviate completely all the
difficulties which might reasonably be
expected In telephoning from a noisy,
FOR SILVER CITY
Mining Camps and Grant
County Filled With Mines
THE TOWN IS PICKING UP FINELY
Silver City, N. M Is showing most
encouraging manifestations of ac-
ELIJAH DOWIE WILL
VISIT EL PASO
King of the Chosen Few to Be
A Reincarnated Adam In
Mis New Paradise
EVE HAS NOT BEEN NANED
John Alexander Dowle, self-profess
ed Elijah III, prophet of Zion, King of
earth, will shortiy be in El Paso.
Word has been received in El Paso
that thp founder of Zlon Citv and the
the rtilncnrnatorl Ivlllnh trill nflsa thrnnch
that city on his next trip to victoria
tivity, according to Samuel B. Gil-th r.hosen Few. an.i the onlv living
lette, who returned recently from that' representative of Jesus Christ on
v-uy, Bays me. r-i rau neram. Duiee
ter and railroad building and general
development work in the surrounding
camps is leaving Its impress on
ine city is extremely lively, air. vtwYr ,hr ho will ho fnnnrt r Zlon
Gillett said. "The new smelter is co, Tbe ..prophet.. will be acconi-
practically completed, and while it paniud , thlrty of hl8 foilower8 and
was not in operation when I was Were ln wl come over the Rock Ialan3
a few days ago, I suppose that It is from ch,caso in a private car.
running now The na. row gauge rmi The party wiu leave E1 Paso over
that U being built from Silver City to the Mexlcan central to Torreon,
Finos Altos is another element in the thence Tla the, Mexcan International
renewed life of the city. to Trevlno. At the latter point they
" or ta size, the city is showing re- wl tr,k th Mexlcan CeutraI agaln
markably encouraging Prospects The and oc yietoria.
city is in the center of a splendid dls- Barl pork Eater,
trlct. Six and eight-mule teams load- u , th ..prophet.B.. ln;entIon to
It 'th eilPpUe! f05,- nei??"J: found a colony on the large Gonzales
i.au.a, ia uc ull i.uo Ul.m rnnrO, nonr Vlotnrla that n-lll Vrln
I the mllllneum near to hand, "vhere
"A number of citizens ate building.
The movement U away from the gulch I
the "stink, put" reporters as Dowle
once called them in New York when
Burnslde Is tearing down his building i ,he i"'" '!,lt ?ttend'n N8";
. . a im'R anH Ilio ' H thw rnrlf aurora tt'Ul
the lower side of town and Willi: . ,
be forever tarred.
Vmilrl o K I tr ot n rn Vmilrncr fart Vitir iir,
the slope" Tne cioIlv '' oe known as Eden
Mr. Gillett said that he believed' ?'ty' ,Tlw ""i'f hl1"?11 be
Crant county would be well represent- j "e re-incarnate. Adam. It is said that
ed at the American Mining congress. 1 pve wl be elooted by a coupon vot
O.ant county is one of the most '"8 coi est of Pome enterprising news-
diversifie," mineral flelils In ilia world." ,l;r- fues will iioi ue me only ior
said Mr. Gillet. "The district Is at the
beginning of a period of fresh ac
tivity, interest is general, and the
miners will be sure to flock to El
Paso in largo numbers during the
"With gold, copper, silver lead, zlne
The rat.rh upon which the colony
will be founded Is to cost $1,2UO,000,
a payment of $1)0,000, gold, having al
ready ben made to bind the deal. The
remainder of the money must be paid
within three years. '1 he Inhabitants of
THE JEWISH HIGH
Friday evening the Jewish New
Year On 0(5 dawns. The Christian New
Year is u-iierid In with the coming
of the morning. Tho Jewish New
Year Is born when the shadows of the
nlciit begin to fall.
During tho course of centutles the
exact hours which constitute a day
have become tangled up in the minds
of the races. So the Christian it is
from But;rise to sunrise, u day and a
night. To the Jew, It is from sunset
to sunset, a night ami a day. When
the great law-giver of the Hebrews
wrote of the genesis of creation, when
light had como over a new bom
world, he said: "And tho evening and
the morning were the first day."
The New Year Is, in the Jewish cal
endar, t'ne year BiHUi, which numbers
tho years of this old planet, accord
ing to tho chronology of the Hible.
Friday evening is not only the begin
ning of the new year. It Is the be
ginning of a term of sacred holidays
of the Jewish church. In this city,
brief evening services will bo "held,
preparatory to the mote elaborate
ceremonies of Saturday.
Tho day Ih called In Hebrew, Ilosh
Hoshana, which means the beginning
of the year.
New Year's '
the Joyous (;'
Christian. It :
the olden time
fered "repent :o
Ity. It Is a d i
In all the n
worship whi re
and recount tl.
ten days follow. n
given up to the .-.nut
I ho orthodox
,.y the Jews Is not
uii which, it is to the
a iliiy for contrition
a d.iy upon wnlch, In
ie.nit, Hebrews of
i e pi a er" and char
m; ih s and places of
.li s live, they meet
;iis ot tho year and
tit forgiveness. The
the new year are
devot Ions among
The tenth Is the
WEST HAILROAD AVENUE
SECOND THIRD STREETS
Uh2 $iljre of
Day of Atonete. nt. These ten days ar
not now strii! nhseived by the re
formed Jews .r Conservatives, as they
are called, li.it the orthodox Jews
keep them rM-liy, attending the syna
gogues dall. hiving hare their sins
and praying for forgiveness. Uin
the Day of Atonement God is to aiant
forgiveness to ail who are truly con
trite. The Congi. aation Albert wi.l hold
services In the Temple and the exer
cises will be conducted by prominent
members of the congregation. Tho
services will commence Friday even
ing at 6 oMock p. in. and Saturday
morning at 8 o'clock.
216 West Railroad Avenue, September, ijr$.
Des Molncs, Sept. 27. Des Moines
team, champions of the Western lea
gue, defeated the Milwaukee team,
champions of the American associa
tion in the first of a series of five
post season games today, 5 to 3.
The score: It H E
Des Moines 5 !t 2
Milwaukee 3 3 5
Datteries: Chappelle and Wo'.fe;
Hickey and Towne.
and Iron the district Is capable ot an"he new KlU'n w111 be converts to the
immense yield of mineral products. ' ' '"e worm over, rropnei
(irant county has more iron than It D"wie will ru e.
can handle. The Fierro and Hanover! ln tnl connect Km It was recently
mines are making dally shipmeuts to "ateil that Josiah Smith, head of the
the Pueblo smelters. I Mormon church, was America's only
"The narrow gauge line to Tlnos '",l,e- j "ls ls a mistake. Dowio Is
Altos seems to promise a period of l"'le, king, czar, president and the
prosperity for that camp where many i wllol,; cheese of the Zion church. His
fortunes have been made and lost.!'1'1" ' Mexico will be made early in
With cheaper transportation, it will , U( lol"'r-
be iKssihle to haul low grade ores!w . lk, ,"T7
to tho Silver City mielter and treat " r""'."""
them to advantage.
"In the ltuiro mountains there Is
also great activity. The mines are
yielding heavily, and every one is optimistic."
WAS HURT BY A BOMB
DISAPPOINTMENT IN LOVE
CAUSES WOMAN'S SUICIDE
MRS. BEULAH CARR OF ROSWELL,
SWALLOWS MORPHINE AND
LEAVES UNFINISHED NOTE.
A Roswell dispatch, dated Septem
Mrs. Iteuiah Carr committed sui
cide here this afternixin by taking
morphine. A note was found in her
residence by officers. It was In her
handwriting, but death came before
hhe could fluisia it. It read:
"Ho.iwell, N M., Sept. 2.'. 1:10.
This Is to show that I took a lxtUo
of morphine to kill myself and nobody
is to blame for it. I took it because
in v sweetheart does not love mo, and
I don't care to live any longer If 1
can't be "
Here the unflnlnhcd letter ended.
I ' , ' ; ' JfSi ,1V
At Chicago R
At Pittsburg K
New York 5
At Cincinnati R
At St. Louis R
St. Louis 0
At Washington R
At Philadelphia R
At New York R
St. Louis 7
New York 2
At Iloston R
Second Game R
GIFTED CHI AGO 0PRAN0
AT ELKS' THEATRE TONIGHT
MRS. ESTELLA GILLETTE MOUL
TON TO APPEAR IN CONCERT
TONIGHT, ASSISTED BY MRS.
Cornell ..: 5
Villa Nova 0
THE OVERCONFIDENT AUTOMOBILE
Down the grade to beat the llghtnln'
Come the thunderln' express
At a hundred miies a minute.
Er perhaps a leetle less,
With a locomotive injine
Dig enough to haul a farm.
Spout in steam and fire and cinders,
Like it meant to do some harm.
To'rds a crossln", where a signboard
Said fer people to look out
Fer the locomotive, likely
To be movln' thereabout.
Come a brassy, sassy whtzzer.
Lookln' mighty fine an gay,
Bangln' straight ahead and actln'
Like it owned the right uv way.
Course the whizzer seen tho sign
But It didn't givadam.
Jist because, by gosh, its habit
Was to bang ahead and ram
Into anything before It,
Then to snort around and say:
"Aw, come off! If you don't like It,
S'pose you don't git In the way."
Th' lnjineer, he Wowed his whistle,
Blowed It for the crossln' there;
Blowed it like old Gabr'ui's trumpet,
Till it sounded everywhere;
But the whizzer kept on comin'.
And the locomotive well.
There wa'n't much remaining'
Uv tho whizzer but the smell.
W. J. LAMPTON.
Mrs. Estella Gillette Moulton, the
gifted Chicago soprano, who ls to ap
pear in a concert at the Elks' theater
tonight, assisted by Mrs. Mabel Ste-
vens-Himoe, is regarded as one of the
foremost concert singers of today.
Mrs. Moulton has a beautiful soprano
voice of rich quality, that lias won
her the highest favor all over the
country and the press has been lav
ish in Its praise in the cities in which
she lias appeared.
In tonight's concert, Mrs. Moulton
will be assisted by Mrs. Mabel Ste-vens-Himoe
of this city, who will soon
leave for Chicago to continue ner
study of piano under one of the lead
ing professors of the United States.
William Mcintosh, who knows Mr.
and Mrs. Moulton very well, and who
has had the pleasure of Tieaiing her
sing. Is great In his praise of her. For
some weeks recently, the gifted singer
and her husband were guests at the
big Mcintosh ranch In Torrance
If you miss tonight's concert you
will miss a rare treat.
These cool mornings suggest
warm underwear; the subject of
underwear naturally suggests
The Globe Store
As the place to procure the best
made at prices asked for inferior
goods sold elsewhere.
For ladies and children is the
most healthful as well as com
fortable underwear healthful
because Mentor material is very
absorbent, taking up excessive
perspiration and keeping the
body uniformly warm comfort
able because it is soft, smooth
warm, and non-irritating. Absolute
wear is guaranteed.
" C -rjr
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f M C9
fit no shrinking, and long
Union and Two Piece Suits
You are urged to call at THE GLOBE STORE and examine
In gentlemen's furnishings we have
just received a Special
.Elegant White Shirts,
VIRGINIA CALHOUN AS "RAMONA
THIS BEAUTIFUL PLAY AT ELKS'
OPERA HOUSE, SATURDAY, SEP
f . I
Bodies of Wamsutta muslin, bosoms of 2200 linen, perfect
fitting, and guaranteed in every particular, or money refunded
regular $1.50 value.
Out Price $1.00 Each.
Underwear in all grades Union and Two Piece suits. We
make a specialty of Coat Shirts. Corliss, Coon & Co. quarter
sized Collars, and Shields' Guaranteed Hats.
Look Out for the BIG GLOBE Sign
On West Railroad Avenue.
Wu Ting Fans, former minister for
China to the I'niteil States, was one
of the persons injured In a bomb
Neighbor found her before Flie died, throwing outrage at the railway sta-
but could not revive her.
oner's verdict was suicide.
a tender liearted woman and many
times had taken up su1,bci Iptlons hero
to bury unfortunate who died w ithout
The cor- t ion In ivklnc. Wu Is now one of the
Pho was -leaders In the advunee movement in
his native country
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
''Suffered duy and n 1 n lit the torment
of itcliini? idles. NothitiK helped me
until 1 used IViau'a Ointment. It
cured me permanently." Hon. John
11. Garrett, Mayor, Girard, Ala.
Got Off Cheap.
He may well think, he has not off
cheap, who, after having contracted
constipation or Indigestion Is still able
to perfectly restore his health. Noth
ing will do this hut Dr. King's New
Life Pills. A quick, pleasant and cer
tain cure for headache, constipation,
etc., 2ic at all druggists: guaranteed.
EXPERIENCE IN DIP
PING MANY HORSES.
Walter OTlrien, the cattle Inspec
tor, who had been at work for a week,
dipping San Miguel's famous herd of
mangy horses In Sec Romero's vat on
the Conchos, came up Saturday even
ing to l.as Vegas and left for Allm-
The enthusiasm that has greeted
the new play, "Kainona," Is almost un
precedented, yet not surprising con
sidering the hold the book "llamona"
of Helen Hunt Jackson celebrity, from
which the drama is taken, has bad up
on the public for years. Here wu
hae that indefinable charm of atmos
phere, that evanescent intangible fpi
rit of romance that, from time Itimie
morahle lias been connected with Cal
ifornia of mission glory. And this is
the background upon w hich is painted
one of the strongest most thrilling love
stories of all time. Its tragic element
stirs ns profoundly and we are moved
to tears by the very pathos of the
sweet touching story. A lesandro and
Ifamona compel our sympathy and ap
peal to our highest emotions by the
very strength of their love. "Ramona"
lias that appealing quality or it has
nothing. It touches all classes of peo
ple, for It reaches to its innermost re
1 cesses-, the human heart, which in all
From the California Limited
It la pecullai that all of ua
should compliment the Harvey
System, and yet wo do. It's a
habit, and we can't help it. I
am really ashamed to say any
thing further, but I can't ab
stain. Tho dining car service
on the California Limited Is too
good to be true.
K. T. VST.
SANTA FE IS THE WAY
4 'Scenic Line of the World' '
Shortest and quickest lino from
Santa Fe to Denver, Pueblo and Colo
rado Springs, and all Colorado points.
Connection at Denver and Pueblo with
all lines east and west Tlma aa quick
and rates as low as by othsr lines.
PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING
CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR
On all through trains. No tiresome
delays at any station.
(iieriue Sunday night. Ho will return 1 Is ol. im n-ally the same. Throughout
VV'i.il n.iu.l.i.. .....-..!.... . , T 1- !.i 1 1: ..f.l
Wednesday morning to l.as
and, after a couple of days
city, will resume the work.
THE PLAZA AT SANTA FE
CLEANED OF WEEDS.
The Special oflicer In cliargp of the
Plaza has been quite busy during the
past few days, cutting the grass, re
grading the walks and trimming t'ne
trees in the park, says the New Mexi
can. It now presents a very pleasing I ,.
n ,,,..,.', ,.. . n .. .1 I ... t I.I . V .1 1 I
I I , 1,1111 1.-1 111,11 00; (IJ llie tllfu
traveler who is looking for a comforta
ble and pleasant place to rest.
No Unpleasant Effects.
If you ever took Pe Witt's Little
Early IUsrrs for biliousness or consti
pation you know what pill pleasure is.
These famous little pills cleanse the
ilver and rid the system of all bile
without producing unpleasant effects.
Sold by all druggists.
the puce are the most delightful
touches of comedy imaginable so that
the tragic element is balanced, while
at the same time the dignity of the
whole is maintained. We are Indebt
ed to Miss Virginia Calhoun, the gift
ed young actress who brings us "Ha-
liKina, wnli complete scenic equip
ment and a company of excellent play
ers admirably fitted for their parts.
I lie en-- nines are elaborate and in
oping and add to the general ex
cellence. Miss Ca.houn assumes tint
title role. She has given the part
much earnest study and has overlook
ed no .lei. ,11. charming delineation
is expec'ei at her hands. A feature
of the play, a relic of the old Spanish
days, wil be the fascinating dances
and songs rendered with inimitable
grace. ' Hamona" opens at K'.ks' op
era house, Saturday night, September
The Scenic Features, the Mining
Centers, the Commercial CitieSs,
the Manufactories, the Smelting In
terests, the Choicest Agricultural
Lands, the Health and Pleasure
places, are all along or reached
most conveniently from the
Many of the best parts of the state
can be reached by no other railway.
Are you interested in Colorado?
Send three cents ln stamps for our
beautiful illustrated book, "Pictur
esque Colorado," to
T. E. FISHER, Gen. Paoo Agt.
For Illustrated advertising matter
or Information, address or apply to
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A S. BARKEV. T. P. A., Santa Fe, New Mex.
Santa Fe Central Railway System
SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY.
Steamship tickets to all parts
See the window display of the Ulo
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.60 walk
Fast passenger and freight service.
of the World.
Connections at Torrance, N. M., with the El Paso & Southwestern,
and Chicago, itoek Island & Pad tic Hallways. At Kennedy and Sauta
Fe, N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway. At Santa
Fe with the Denver & Rio Grande railroad.
Special attention given to handling of passengers and freight.
Send your freight via the Chicago, Rock Island Ai. Pacliic rail
way, via Torrance, N. M.
r Your business respectfully solicited.
W. II. ANDREWS, S. H. GRIM SHAW,
0 Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and (Ion. Mgr.
FRANK DIUERT, Asst. Secy, and Treas.
X J. P. I.YNG. A. I GRIM SHAW,
J City Frt. and Pass. Agt. Traveling Frt. and Pass. Agt.
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