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Thursday, October it, i07.
3LLBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FOUR CONCERNS PROSECUTION IS ALL EUROPE CONCERNED OVER
Secretary Jaffa Records Ar
tides For Quartet of
Commissioner Lane Believes
Magnates Are Liable to
Sarita V. f M.. Oct. 17. The fol
lowin article of Incorporation have
been filed In the office of Territorial
Beoretary Nathan JafTa:
rrh v.llev Construction and Han
ufacturlng company. Principal plac
huainMut it R rs well. Chaves coun
ty. Territorial agent, C. E. Cavln,
Canltal stock. 130,000.
divided Into three hundred shares of
h nar value of $100 each, com-
fn.nHnf business with $20,000. Ob
irt. seneral mercantile, real estate
nrt nther business. Period of ex
istence, fifty years. Incorporators,
Geo. EX Bixby, O. F. Cavln and O.
IN. Amis, all of Roswell.
Arteela Publishing company. Prin
cipal place of 'business at Artesla,
Kddv county. Territorial event, Al
hrt niakn. at Artesla. Capital stock,
$5,000. divided Into five thousand
shares of the par value of $1 each,
pnirnnenrlni business with $2,650.
Object, publishing newspaper and Joto
printing business. enoa oi eximem.-o,
itn.-ntvHvA vaars. Incorporators, E.
C. IHlgglns, Albert Blake, James D.
Whelon, John B. Enfleld, William
Dooley, E. A. Clayton, Edwin B.
Kemp, J. 8. iHlghamith, O. N. Mc
Crory, William Crandall, J. C. Gage,
B. W. Gilbert, Oayle Talbot, Samuel
A. Butler, D. D. SulUvan, H. L. Mun
cy, all of Artesla.
The Sunshine Valley Public Utili
ties company. Principal place of
business at Wlllard, Torrance county.
Territorial agent, H. A. Hart, at Wll
lard. Capital stock, $25,000, divided
into two thousand five hundred
shares of the par value of $10 each,
commencing business with $2,000.
Object, operating telephone, electric
and water .plants. Period of exis
tence, fifty years. Incorporators, W.
A. Wilson, C. D. OttoBen, H. A.
Hart, and E. P. Davles, all of Wll
lard. Savings Bank.
The Quay County Savings bank.
Principal place of business at Tu
cumcarl. Quay county. Territorial
agent, C. H. Fischer, at Tucumcarl.
Capital stock, $15,000 divided Into
one hundred and fifty shares of the
par value of $100 each. Object, gen
eral banking business. Period of ex
istence, fifty years. Incorporators, W.
J. Hittson, C. H. Fischer, Theo. W.
Heman, L. E. Lange, J. A. Hamm, K.
L,. Hamm, John E. Whltmore, V. M.
Moore, A. A. Blanklnshlp and P. w.
Blney, all of Tucumcarl, and Mrs. E.
G. .Boyd, of Chicago, 111.
HAVE BEEN APPROVED
Surveyor General of New Mexico No
tified That a Number of
Claim are O. K.
Santa Fe, N. M. , Oct. 17. Survey
or General M. O. Llewellyn has been
advised of the approval of the fol
lowing mining surveys in New Mex-
Mineral Survey No. 1316, the Bill
and Tome lode In the Burro Moun
tain mining district; situated In
Grant county; Richard R. Lee of Sil
ver City, claimant, and George R.
Brown, deputy U. S. surveyor.
Mineral Survey No. 1326, the
Pennsylvania group comprising the
I lob Ingersoll, Sure Winner, Owl,
Bertha Mable, and J. B. Weaver
lode In the Lo Cerrlllos mining
district, situated in Santa Fe county.
Pennsylvania Mining company, claim
ant, and William It. Smythe, deputy
U. S. surveyor.
ri.WTOV IT. 8. LAND
OFFICE IS RUSHED
Washington. D. C. Oct. 17. Inter
state Commerce Commissioner uane.
who went to California in response
to reports from the agent of the
commission declaring the Southern
Pacific Railroad company was giving
rebates and that proof could Be OB1
tained. has returned to Washington.
The commissioner believes that
flagrant violation of the law can be
proved, and It is the present under
standing that as soon as the facts
collected are submitted to the full
commission, certification of the Illeg
al operations or the rauroaa win De
made to the department of Justice
with a request for prosecution of
thosn responsible. The law, as u
now stands, provides a two-year lm
prison ment for each offense.
Whether Mr. Harrlman can be in
dieted will depend upon whether Ml
responsibility for the alleged viola
tions of the law can be demonstrated
Members of the interstate commerce
commission believe it can. They say
that as the president of the Southern
Pacific he either knew or should
.have known what his subordinates
Rebates Wore Paid.
According to Commissioner Lane's
Investigation, rebates were being paid
as late as September 24 of this year
and during that part of September
up to the 24th, the road paid out in
rebates to favored shippers $47,000
The evidence upon which the inter
state commission will base their
charges was found In the books of
the company itself.
It Is stated that upon the last day
of Commissioner Lane's stay In San
Francisco a freight official of the
Southern Pacific offered himself as a
witness for the government, It Is as
serted, with the hope of obtaining
immunity. In nearly every case In
which rebate charges were made the
shippers Involved are said to be rich
and powerful corporations.
His Dear Old Mother.
"My dear old mother, who Is now
eighty-three years old, thrives on
Electric Bitters," writes W. B. Brun
son, of Dublin, Ga. "She has taken
them for about two years and enjoys
an excellent appetite, feels strong
and sleeps well." That's the way
Electric Bitters affect the aged, and
the same happy results follow In all
cases of female weakness and gener
al debility. Weak, puny children too,
are greatly strengthened by them.
Guaranteed also for stomach, liver
and kidney troubles, by all dealers.
Constantly Increasing In Business
131,000 Acnes OI t-uniio l.anu
Clavton. N. M.. Oct 17. The Clay
ton land office la one of the busiest
nitres In the terrltorv. and. altnougn
short for help, the land officials
here are turning out an enormous
amount of work.
There were 820 homestead entries
In September against 620 in August,
an increase of 200 comprising the
enormous total or lll.uuu acres
which henceforth will be transform
ed from stock rangea into fine
farms eventually to become the Ideal
c-arrten snot of the great southwest.
In September there were S7
desert entries against 18 entries in
August, an increase of 19. There
were Issued during the past month
some 33 final certificates.
Out of the 820 homestead entries.
fiai.200 acres.) 350 (56.000 acres)
of these filings were made on Union
Out of 37 (7,395 acres) desert en
tries. Union county captured $4
Out of the seven counties compris
ing thl district. Union county al
most equals the other six in furnish
ing homes for tne new comer.
HEALTH OFJUSJRIAN RULER
Statesmen Believe That the Empire
Will Die When Francis Joseph
G. L. Brook, Pres. J. M. Moore, V. P. and Mgr. M. R. Summer, Secy.
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.
219 West Gold Incorporated 1003 Telephone 10
Paris, Oct 1. All Europe is
trembling with fear today and look
ing with deepest anxiety to the bed
of pain upon which Francis Joseph,
emperor or Austria now lle.
"The empire will be burled with
such has been the exclamation of
the political world during the later
life of Emperor Joseph. For near
ly half a century the aged monarch
has kept together the many discord
ant elements of his realm. Nobody
believes that the union will last much
If Francis Joseph's present Illness
proves fatal everybody looks for a
slble for him to marry below royalty
and the emperor broke up the love
Francis Ferdinand took to drink
ing heavily and carousing around
music halls. Alarmed lest he be
come chief figure In a scandal the
emperor proposed a morganatic
marriage and soon the countess be
came the archduke's wife but not an
archduchess. They have a son near
ly 4 years old. He can never become
emperor any more than his mother
can become empress.
HJs Troubled Life
Francls Joseph was born at Vi
enna. Aug. 18. 1830.
Fought In Italy In 1848.
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If i x t
MARRIAGE BY NIGIIT
WAS QUIET AFFAIR.
Woke Judge to Perform the Cere
mony, tsnt were Aot inter
fered With by Anyone,
Phoenix, Ariz., Oct. 17. Raymond
Isaacs and Miss Buelah Patterson
were united in marriage by Probate
Judge Phillips last night. The young
people arrived In town long after of
fice hours and telephoned to- the
Judge who had long since gone home
and was preparing for bed. He hur
ried to the office lor there was some
thing In the voice of the groom that
suggested that he was impatient.
When the Judge arrived at the of
fice he noticed that the parties kept
looking backward over their shoul
ders as If they feared that the wed
ding party was about to receive un
welcome accessions. Their nervous
ness was plainly Increased during the
ceremony for the Judge has devised
a ritual of eucji voluminous length
that almost anything Is liable to hap
pen during the recital of It. But It
was concluded without unpleasant
EX -RAILRO AD MAS KILLED
IN FRANOONH DISTRICT.
Mot Death While Working at Head
of Party of Ixs Angeles Min
Mohave, Ariz.. Oct 17. Last night
a message was received ty tne coron
er from Franconla conveying the in'
telligence of the death of James Rlv
ard by the accidental discharge of
bis un. Mr. Rlvard was at the
Urns of his death at the head of
company of Los Angeles men that
had in view the putting In of a large
Tnilllnsr nlant to handle the gold
bearing concreted gravel beds of the
eastern slope of the Chemehuevis
mountains, twelve miles south of
Franconia. The company waa re
ceiving material for the plant sev
eral carloads of which is on the road.
Just how the accident which result
ed in the death of Rlvard occurred
could not be learned.
iTitvjird wss one of the first engi
neers on the Santa. Fe railroad and
was the first sheriff of Coeoaino
Chronic Ulcer3 are the result of a deeply polluted and foul blood supply.
The blood i filled with impurities and germs which are being constantly
fed into the place through the circulation, until all the surrounding flesh
becomes diseased and the sore an obstinate and permanent trouble.
Every symptom of an old ulcer suggests pollution ; the discharge, the red,
angry looking flesh, the inflammation and discoloration of surrounding parts,
all show that the ulcer is prevented from healing by the constant drainagt
through it of impurities from the blood. This impure condition of the blood
may be hereditary, or it may be the remains of some constitutional disease,
or the effects of a long spell of sickness, leaving disease germs in the system,
or the absorption of tiie refuse of the body which has not been properly
expelled through the natural channels. But whatever the cause, the blood in
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SO weakened ana pouuiea mat n aoes noi properly nounsa uu sinuuuic
the place, and the sore cannot heal. Salves, plasters, lotions, etc., keep the
sore or ulcer clean, relieve pain, and perhaps reduce inflammation, but can
never permanently heal them because they do not reach the blood. S. S. S.
goes down to the very fountain-head of the trouble, drives out all poisons
and cenns. builds up the weak, slusrzish blood, gives energy and strength
tothesvstem, and by sending afresh, healthy stream of blood to the diseased
parts, allows the ulcer to heal naturally and permanently. Nothing reaches
inherited taints like S. S. S. It cleanses the circulation of every trace oi
herditary disease or impurity, and those who have nursed and treated an old
ore for venrs will experience eood results as soon as the system becomes
influenced by S. S. S. Eoolc on Sores and Ulcers and medical advice free to
all who write. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLAHTA. GA.
Ferdinand, next KniMmr of Austria, with snapsliot
of lilni an a tklicr and hunter.
new map of Europe within a year.
It Is notorious that tne restless
Hungarians will seize Independence
at the first opportune moment. There
nas not Den a time during u years
that they have not been looking for
It is a tribute of the highest kind
to the sick monarch that his empire
is Intact. Only the love of the com
mon people among the many races
he ruled held him up. When he Is
dead what wlJl the Servians do?
What of the Huns, the Croates, the
Grelners, the Slavs, the Bohemians,
the Poles, the Roumanians, and the
Emperor Francis Joseph's succes-
Made emperor Dec. 2, 1848, on ab
dlcatlon of Ferdinand.
In 1848 Hungary revolted and Sar
dinia declared war against Austria,
In 1863 Francis Joseph was slight
ly wounded In attempt to assassinate
Austria fought France and Sar
dinia in 1859 and lost Iombardy.
Seven weeks war with Prussia was
Francis Joseph married, April 14
1854. Elizabeth, daughter of Duke
Maximilian, of Bavaria. She was as
sassinated by an Italian anarchist in
Geneva, Sept 10, 1S88.
Francis Joseph's brother, Maxl
mlllian I, emperor of Mexico was
sor will be his nephew, the Archduke , condemned and executed
y&r vv v A,
Cwnnteas Cliotek, Morgajoatic Wife of Austria's Next liniicror, and tlieir
Son, Max Inillluui.
Mexican Republicans In 1867.
Maxlmilllan'a wife, Carlotta, wen
The Archduchess Maria, hla slater.
was burned to death
Francis Ferdinand. There Is not the
slightest hope that this dull, etupid
prince will rise to the occasion. He
is unpopular, uninteresting, stubborn
and often foolish in his obstinacy.
An to habits there are many In roy
alty worse than he. His greatest
fame is as a hunter and he Is a crack
shot. He la about 4 3 years old and
has a large inherited fortune.
While married. Francis Ferdinand
will take no empress to the throne
with him. He has a son but no heir.
This queer fltuatlon is explained by
the archduke's morganatic marriage
the phlegmatic prince's only ro
mance. teven years ago he fell In love
with the beautiful countess Chotek,
one of hla mother's ladies In waiting.
As heir to the throne it was lmpos-
Rudolph, Francis Joseph's only
son, was mysteriously killed In
hunting lodge In January, 1899. By
his side, lying dead was Marie Vet
sera, a beautiful ll-year-oia girl, ro
whom he desired to divorce his wife,
the Princess Stephanie.
Archduke John was lost while on
a voyage, with all on board.
Over 20 years ago Francis Joseph
met and was captivated by a young
actress. Kathrlno tsnratt For 20
years Frau fcchratt has remained an
Idol of the emperor, she refused to
ma ry him when the empress" death
maue film rree.
dfjjx;atf.s to mining
(ktvernor Curry Names Men lu
Will ltirtiMeiit New Mexico at
the Great Meeting.
Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 17. Govern
or Curry today appointed the follow
ing as deiegatea to the tenth annual
meeting -jfthe American Mining con
gress, which will be held at Joplln,
Mo., on November 11 to 15: C. T.
Brown, Socorro; F. A. Jones, Albu
querque; Joe E. Sheridan, Silver
City; M. A. Otero. Santa Fe: W. A.
Fleming Jones, Laa Cruces; David P.
WhltesMes, t'opperton; John Y. He
witt, White Oaks; William J. Weath
erby, Mogollon; J. c. Carreta, IjBS
t'ruces, and E. M. Seward. Taos.
Out Cf Sight.
"Out of sight, out of mind," Is an
old saying which applies with special
force to a sore, burn or wound that's
been treated with Bucklen'i Arnica
Salve. It's out of sight, out Of mind
and out of existence. Plies too and
chilblains disappear under its heal
ing Influence. Guaranteed by all
DKATII OF PROMINKVT
H UM YN AT CANADA
Mie Will lio Burlcwl Tomorrow
Santa Fe After Service at tlx)
Santa Fe. N. M , Oct. 17. Mrs,
Cruz Chaves de Ortiz, wife of Anton
lo Ortiz y Pacheco. died last night at
the family residence at Canada.
settlement ten miles from Santa Fe
The deceased was 65 years old and
the only survivor of the Immediate
family is the husbund. The remains
will be brought to this city for inter
ment. Funeral services will be heli:
at 8 o'clock tomorrow morning from
the Cathedral and burial will follow
in liosarlo cemetery.
STACY AND CO. IN BCSINF-SS
AGAIN. FRONT DOOR OM,Kl)
FOR FF.W DAYS, FUNDING IV
VOICK OF OLD STOCK AND Alt
RANGKMIiNT OF Ol il NEW IJNF
OA I J AT K1IK DOOR OU PHONE
74 1. S2S SOUTH SECOND STREET,
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If you need furniture, call on CI ma.
L. Kcppeler, 817-19 South Second.
Agtnt for thm batt tiro
tntaranc eompmnlm. Th
phomm v thm amount you
want on your raaJdanmo
and houaohold good. It
la dangoroua to dalay.
Havo nagotlatod loana
on Albuquarqua raal
tata for tha paat 20 yoara,
without a alngta loaa ta
loanor. 9afaty and aatla
faetlon to both partloa.
Abatraata of tltla tarn
lahodon Barnallllo Coun
ty pro par arty on abort no
tleo. Tho only aat of ab
atraet booka that la up to
data. Prloaa raaaonabla.
SPECIAL THIS WEEK
1000 Acres of Valley Land
la a body within six miles of Albuquerque. All under ditch, and sixty
acres under cultivation. Remainder of land is virgin soil free from al
kali, and suitable for meadow, alfalfa and gardening. Good location
for a colony. Splendid investment for dividingup and selling in small
tracts, or by putting it all under cultivation. Will average 125 tons of
hay and alfalfa per annum at present.
Price $25.00 Per Acre
$3850 A bargain for this week
only; 7-room residence, mod
ern. In fourth ward. Nearly
new, S full lots, flna lawn
and shade, barn. Eav pay
ments. Location very desirable.
$2RSO I -story brick residence
with large grounds of finest
garden land. Barn and poul
try houses. Fruit and shade
trees. . Within thres blocks of
$2800 Railroad frontage prop
erty. West side of Santa F
track, 75x100 feet on corner.
Very desirable tt coal jsrds,
or other business requiring
side tracks. Close In.
Honscs For rent In different
parts of city. Call at offloe
$60002 lota with two 1-story
brick business houses. Good
investment, with certainty of
speedy advance In value.
$1800 Modern 6 -room cottage,
S lots, close In.. Easy payments.
Kansas City, Mo.
October 14-19, 1907
Tickers on sale Oct. 13 to
16. Hate $10.70. Return lim
it Oct. 21st.
Masonic Meeting Carls
bad, N. M., Oct 21 to 26
Tickets on salo Oct. 19. 20.
21, to 13 I'aso or Trinidad,
Colo., at rata of one fare for
round trip. Return limit Oct.
Farmers' National Con
gress, Oklahoma City,
O.TOct 17 to 27, '07.
Rato $37 for the round
trip. Tickets on sale Oct. IS,
16. 17 and IS. Return Uiult
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop';.
120 West Railroad Avenue
Wines, Brandies. Etc,
Takes chances. But you take none when you give
us your order for Building Material,
Paints, Glass, etc.
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO OUT Of TOWN CUSTOMERS
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
CORNER THIRD AND MARQUETTE
TRET MAKE YOU FEEHj GOOD!
Never disorder your digestion or
make Ufa no longer worth tha liv
ing. Writing about cakes, pies and
other pastry from our ovens. care
fnllv made from high olasa mater
lals why shouldn't they be good?
Everybody knows about our bread.
What? You don't? Better get a
KIT Booth Fliwt Htrt
Hard Times In Kama.
The old days of grasshoppers and
drouth are almost forgotten in the
prosperous Kansas of today; al
'hough a citizen of Codell, Earl
Shamburg. has not yet forgotten a
hard time he encountered. Ha says:
"I was worn out and discouraged by
coughing night and day, and could
find no relief till I tried Dr. King's
New Discovery. It took less than
on bottla to completely cure me."
The safest and most reliable cough
cure and lung and throat healer ever
discovered. Guaranteed by all deal
ers. 60c and 1100. Trial botUa
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
m. f. MALL, Proprftor
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Can; Shaft
tngs. Pulleys, Grade Ban, Babbit Metal; Columns aad Iroa
Fronts (or Buildings.
mapalra am Mining and mill Machinery a mpaalalty
Foundry Mat side of railroad track. Albuquerque, If.
W. f. PATTERSON
ive r"y and Boardlncr Stables
S11-S1S West Silver Avenue.
ALUUyUKKQCE. NEW MEXICO.
THEY SAT NOTinXO SUCCEEDS LIKE $COCES9.
I SUPPOSE THIS IS TRUE. BCT IN ORDER TO
HAVE SOME SUCCESS WITH WHICH TO SCO-
CEED IT IS NECESIART TO HAVE SOME OTHER
THING . ONE OF THESE 1$ BRAINS, AND AN- Z
OTHER IS SOME MONET. WE DO NOT FUR- Z
NISH nilAINI IN SETS, BUT A PERUSAL OF
OUR COLUMN$ WILL SHINE UP THE ONES YOC
HAVE, AND AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE
EVENING CITIZEN WILL GO A IONG WAT TO-
WARIX SUPPLYING THE DINERO. Z
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE It