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WE GETT THE NEWS FIRST
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. TUESDAY. AUGUSTVJ1. 1909.
RED GROSS SOCIETY
SEVEN CHILDREN DIE
a lone mvm
robbed train ii
English Lords Captivated By
Pretty American Chorus Girls
ASKS HELP FOR FLOOD
IN A HOME
, l 1J
I A Possible Successor to Harriman
I -$3iV' J
Daring Hold Up of Fast Ex
press Early This Morn
ing Nt-ued Robber
Only bmall Sum.
USED DYNAMITE: 10
STOP IHf tun
Forced Trainmen to Open Ex
press Car and Carry Money
In Sacks Hut Hed When
1? wist on, Pa. Aug. 31 Single
handed, a daring robber stopped th
westbound Pitt-burg & Northern ex
press on the 1 .-nnsylvanla railroad
al Lewiston Narrow. right miles euHt
Of here, at i o'clock tliin morning,
robbed the expnss car of tl.OUU and
escaped to the mountains. The roo
ber was forced to leave $5,000 In
bullion on the mountain bide, where
the fireman of th-j train had been
forced to carry It. the passengers
having appeared armed and ready to
The train consisted of two engines,
three express cars and two sleepers.
A signul cap piaced on the track
brought the train to a stop and En
gineers John Ijonsc and Balzer Reahm,
on alighting from their cabs, were
Ctnfronted by a masked man with
revolver, who ordered "Hand up."
Conductor 1. It. Poffenbergcr came
up and, taking in the situation, tart
ed on the run for the rear of the
train. The robber fired five shots at
him, one taking effect In his right
hand. He then ordered the express
car opened and threatened to blow
It -with dynamit'- if he was not obey
ed. The cur was opened and at the
direction of the jobber several money
bags Were lai-ial to ihe Hid. Jbt'' rhe
An investigation disclosed that six
fctick of dynamite had been placed
bttween the rails at the point where
the cap exploded. This Is uccepted
as evidence that the robber intendej
to blow up the train.
Had SJ.'.DOO in Sight.
Pliiladeliihiit. A us. 31. Keports to
the Pennsylvania railroad ill this city
sae that the exnress safe In the car
held up near Lewiston contained 125,
000 in money and bullion.
Realizing the need of assistance
the rubber coolU- called to the fire
man of the train for help and, still
wem-lnsr his mask, gathered UP some
of the bags of money. With the tire
man in the lead carrying bags of coin
he started uti the mountain side. At
a point about 300 yards up the in
tline the men laid down their bur
den and the fireman was ordered
Lack to the train.
It looked as though one of th
niott daring robberies ever attempted
In thin country had been successfully
accomplished, us the hold-up appar
ently had -v rvthiiiR his own way
At lli-s juncture, however, two or
three nass.-ngcrs. aroused OV the Ull-
usual slop, appeared on the seen.
and th.-ir presence encouraged the
trainmen to offer resistance.
The robber opened lire but th
cr.lv damage indicted was to s.nd u
bullet -through the hand of the eon
duetor. Ifaac K. PnfTonberger, one of
- oldest ami -beat known men in
the service of the company.
The highwayman then grabbed t ji
mnn. v ii nd tied mi the side of the
mountain, leaving practically all h
booty where the tin man had deposit
ed it. gome of the bags contained
SI (hi in pennies, an-1 it was thought
i.i rh ins the robber had tine of these
As soon as ot'rteias had been ii
formed of the robbery the company
detective force wa put to work
Th..v r.- being assisted bv the Hal.i-
,,...".. At Ohio railroad's d.-t.-etiv
force . which went t the seem- Willi
a pack of bl-o.lhounds. ,
Mailt Crew -sisl.
which was ln-ld up
early this ii. ruing
union stlii-li here at
ing. Me-ens-r H U r niade a
i.nrt to the local officials of the
ms Express (-oniiany and. with a
number of detectives, started for th
scene of the hold-up.
From reports hire, the robber
made three of the crew stand in u
corner of the express ear while In
blew on. n the safe. It is reported
that he made a messenger and guar 1
in charge of one express car go 11 '
him to the one he robbed.
It is reported that when the dyna
mite the robb. r placed on the tra. k
U slop the train exploded the head
light glass and windows in the en
gine were shattered. one rail was
tern up also.
MISS ESTELLE CHRISTY,
LORD ELIOT KILLED HI.M-
tragic suicide in London of
Lord Eliot, as a result of his
Infatuation for Estelle t nnst,
beautiful American chorus gin
rcvided the old mystery of the
cination American chorus gins
over British noblemen.
E-..nn, lUmiinl. .1 rhOTUS gill. "
Aohburton. Cauillle Clif
ford became the bride of Lord Aber
dare's son, and Miss Christy "would
Ladv Eliot had not her
voune admirer's parents objected.
Tin. von nii nobleman had been in
love with her for more than thie
iviin His narents believed that
i..., h imvi. h.-r no a vear iiko his
live would cease, but it never did
h.. hud been heartbroken ever since.
I'olltv of N'aslivllli' t'ltii't 1 Intl W lie it
Men i-t lt"i. Tlint l.fHtw
Nashville. Aug. 31. For two
months the police have been comnat-
ing an "odorless" drunk campaign.
Min are carried to the station non-u-
. . . I. ; .. il.,.l
iviry uay, uruiiK wuu som. i .....i
haves no odor on the Dream, w nni
estioned as to what they have been
drinking they almost invariably s,i
beerette," but "beerette is not con
sidered intoxicating. The "odouess
ilrunks are usually witliout but lien i'i
their pockets. There were forty-one
(hunks on the police .weKei csier-ilay.
Appeal issued by Amcr
National Organization 1
for Funds For
DEATH LIST GROWS
WITH tVtRY HOUR
Many Bodies Were Washed Down
the River and Burled In Quick
Sands and Casualties
' " " KILLED NECK
Vi-lci-an of llio Noi-tliei-n IVu-illc
His Life hi folllslon Willi
Washington, Aij' SI. The Ameri
can .National ud cross society nas
issued an apeal ti) thj American
people fopcontributions for the re
lief of Mexican flood sufferers. Con-
ttlbutlons may be sent In tare of the
A telegram from th American
consul at Monterey states that thou
sands arc homeless and practically
the entire population of 100,000 suf
fired from the flood. It la be'devnd
J 100,000 will be needed to meet th
Death List Grows.
Monterey Aug. 31. With every
hour the death list as result of the
flood grows and It Is estimated now
that the. number of dead may exceed
2,000. Many bodies have been nasiied
down stream and swallowed by o,uick
sand, while other luie been lound
alonu the banks for miles down the
It is estimated that ii'.ooo y
are homeless and aid .is needed
loose made destitute by tin.- wat
The Kovernnieiit ti is sent 150. on
l- iise.l in relief in..! m-.ei-oiis
ileiialfS Tis have her n ni.-nlr by business
houses interested here, while subscrip
tion lists have been started in many
sections of the country.
. Engineer Wal
a record of fifty
the Northern Pa
killed and ten or
injured, nix serl
a st of ldtroit,
THREE GOOD RAItiS
IN EDDY COUNTY
I'l l eliiiUitlon IMiriiig the I'asl Month
Insiiri h (irass tin the Halites
Town laken lniirmr-nieiits.
i i eetins
St. Paul. Aug. ol
t. r 1. White, with
ytars of service on
title, was instantl
more persons were
f usly, when Ihe
Coast limited on tin
tun Into a work train
t. curve a half mile
.Minn., last evening.
Tile limited was two hours- late and
was running 5u miles an hour when
it siruk the work train. The baggage
end mail cars turned over and landed
in a swamp in water nine feet deep.
None of the passenger was serious
ly hurt. Three mail clerks are sai I
tii have sustained serious injuries.
Artesia. N. M.. Ana. 31. A
heavy rain fell at Artesia and n- u
I- over the surrounding country
night. This being the ihird good
within the last month insur-s p
of Ki-aris for stock.
Parties contemplate Mil
an Ice plant in th- mar
this place so as to be lu
elation for the in xt ear';
The luwn has just com pi
...i..ci.n k.-eininir a .'ii-inrh tov
ier an s-inch casing al a depth - f. "
r..... II...... ru vii 1 o.- Ilolle . '. I I- f 1 1 ll.HM-iri.il -ii..-.
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k in. w ii ii I Willi I nr. iiu..iii'i..i.
MIX K or Jil.KINS
;!. S ON
New York, Aug. 31. Miss Agn-s
Leslie Elklns. the beautiful and ac-
ni.o.l ni..,-,. of I'uited Sla'es
-.ii.uoi- Stephen P. lClkinis, is in New
v,,ru s.-eklnu a stage engagement.
ni'ii-r a t.n-days' battle of
with the senator in
which she finally won.
Miss Elkius. who is living at tile
Hotel Karl.-s. seemed sincerely dis
tress, d this evening that h. r identity
h,..l become know n. She has elms, ii
as lo r stage name Leslie Cecil." and
red under that slgnatuie u.
Beginning his railroad career in
tin- engineering depurimeiit and ad
vancing naturally Into the' operating
department, Julius Kruttschnltt, otic
of Hanlman's four chief lieutenant-,
an ofllclal who draws a 50,ooo sal
ary for keeping a weather eye on
the workings of the vast railroad sys
tem,: ta peculiarly well qualified t
f t Id dow n his Job.
Kruttschnltt Is 55 years old an 1
hat been railroading for tin- last 31
yi ars. seeing service on different lines
iitnl In nil corners "f the L'nited
1U was born In New Orleans an. I.
received his degree as n rIVII engi
neer from Washington & L e univer
sity, of Lexington, Va., In 1KT3. In
ISIS he became engineer in extension
In Morxan's Louisiana &. Texas mo
A I TO
ii s a i osmnio
.a s for
the ' tioxei-niiienl of
lluie Htfii Pi-t-iiai-eil
by the Ol'lUt-r-..
Mayor Felix Lester was selec'ed
as legal adviser for the -New Mexico
Automobile association at a meeting
of the executive board in the offices
of P. K. H. Sellerw last evening, lit
which the following were present: V.
K. U. Sellers, president; L. (!. Rice,
treasurer; 1. N. Combs, secretary,
and Herbert Itrooks. ex-secretary.
The meeting was called for the pur
I use of drafting the constitution and
by-laws for the club, which will be
printed and distributed among thf
m.-mbei'M of the association as will
ar. all other owners of autos through
out the territory. The work was fin
ished and will be printed within the
next few days.
1. H. Cox and Dr. .1. H Wroth wet.
elected as members of the board of
..cutors to aid the present oflieers
in their work.
road and Steamship Co., rising
Idly through the different, grail
roadmustcY, 'umihium - i.i.i:
and general roadmaster, chief engi
neer and superintendent.
In 1885 he became Identified wi'h
the Southern Pacific and held the
position of assistant manager of thn
Atlantic system for four years, when
he was nfade general manager, In
eluding with thut orilce the vice pre-It'ent-y
of the Oalveston, Harrlsburg
San Antonio railway and the Texas
St New Orleans rallroiid.
From October. 1885. to April. 1H0I.
he wus general manager of all the
Southern I'licltlc's-llnes. . nd, In 1MM,
was irlven the added honor of u vice
presidency In the company. In Iho
hi who given the post which he has
held t-M-r since.
E WAS SHAKEN '
BY AN E
.lule Hamate Was Hone llul
Pinple Wen Almost I'liiiio
.Rome. Aug. 31. Rome was visited
by an earthquake this afternoon, but
the damage done was slight and no
casualties were reported. Tin" only
damage reported is the cracking-of
the facade of the chapel of St. Anna.
There was a panic among the Inmates
of the city hospitals und prisons until
assurance was given that there was
JUDGE ABMTT WilL"
Supreme Court Sew-lon Is
San In le mill District
Hero Will Soon )m-ii.
Judge Abbott will be back In
chambers tomorrow morning at
o'clock for the transaction of
business which may he brought
Charity Institution Burned and
Foremen Tnought AH
Out. - " ' "
UNDER THE RU NS
More Than Seven Hundred Occu
pants of Long Island Home .
Were In Danger Hiring
a Fire Yesurday
New .York, Aug. J L That seven
little children,-. Inmates of Ht. Mala-
chl's Home for Children at Rockaway
Park. L. I., wore smothered la the
fire which destroyed a portion of tae
home last night was discovered today
by flrtmen digging In the ruins. There
were 750 children In the Institution.
which was conducted by the Sisters of
St Joseph, . of Brooklyn. Moat l
them marched out of the building In
good order -when the fire alarm ,
sounded, and It watt supposed that all
had escaped. Nearly all the dead art
under .5 years of age. ,Tla ; portion.
of the dormitory where they slept -
was dlrwtly over ine launury, in ,
which the fire originated. i.
The fire was discovered at 8 o'clock ;
last night when 350 small children'
wire In their cots on the third , anil
fourth floors of thu nnrlh wing an-J
some of the older chlldrt-n ' were at
tending evening prayers In the chap-'"
el. As the alarm was sounded" the
older children marched to the boa I'd A
walk along the benrh and the nursi;
II '1 rl -V I
The firemen found a - few ehildreit
lingering in th halla. tt frightened
to leave the building, but the ricu:
work was conducted with such tils- .
patch and In such good order that It
was believed all the children had
been rescued until the belles of -v-
eral were found In the ruins this
A Hebrew home nearby. In which
were a large number of Inmates, was '
saved, the occupants all escaping.
along trie oenrn nn me nr
' WANTS SOME HELP
Heir l(i Iho 1 In-one of Aby
Woulil Have l ulled stalls
up- ilbe ln.1.1. -be s.H.I 11 was ll. l
n nil not to use the name of
...ic whi.-h linally won lh. senator
ut to In-r going
I IV LACK
Cornier .lelliez INisllllHs.tel' Sllill
Hate Aileil iuterly Sliiee
Cnited Stat'-s Marshal C. M. l-'.uk-er
was notified yesterday by the sin-r
iff's office that C. L. Philips, th
confessed embezzler of p istolTiee
Chicago, Aug. 31. A remarkable
1 1 1 i-it for Am.-iiiaii interference In the
effairs of far-oil Abyssinia has been
OI-' KlU'liH ail.ln-wil to a (.'hieagu newsiiap. r by
Prince Johanms L. M.-nelik of Adis
I1 llili:iiui Tin- eoi-ious. J.ichii' idiraseil
manuscript ends with a violent curse
upon England a curse said to be
typically oriental In Us imaginative
! wording and its. sustained invective.
.The spectacle of a youth arrayed pul-
s-lf- , ltically against his kilm is presented
funds in tne prince's glowing words wrlt-
at the Jeme spi inifs.
'."liij feel. Repairs
th. old well this n. xt
31. The train
near l.ewisi m
arrived at th
9:' this inorn-
ll.ls is completed the t.
three bug.- w-lls. whi.
nn abuin Ian.-.- of w ai r
Tin- low n board
.1. re. I in h bout til
elmost the entire
I , tow ii w ith the
.11 insii.-- j
, v, -y . n- .
WOOL MYRKET STRON-l I!
l...... in, ::i Trading on u
local wool market
rhiefiv confined to
volume for this time
TI ere is a stronger f.
last week was
the smaller con-
above the average
of the yer.
ling In all
of ll-llste. s ll.'S "I "
miles or s.il- alks
walks will coined
leSillellee Ii I I' t ol
hn W. Poe and wife ' ll-'sw.-n
ar. wsiling lh. f..niil .1 '
I ; 1 1 i j . ill t ii in wcck.
iti:r tion"al i.imr
FKIKllTIO TO MMtM
N,-w York. Auif. 31 - The Ameii
can Ked.-nition of Labor has been in-
.rmcd that th.- lointntioii of the
P.ritish Trades Cnioii c.imr. -s to be
h.a.l in lnswich. Elighin.l. iluriim tie-
first week of Seplelllb. 1
CH.mp.-re of the American
of Labor intends t
ment for the f
ne mb.-rship of
000, Oat) In the .
. it i inti n.l.
! through, that
each country will ha
its own golel lilll.-lit.
i finl,. -ill be adopted binding
workers of each canny, in Ihe pro
'nosed new Internatl-mnl body, t
operate mutually In cast of
' or local strikes.
l'resi.l.-iit P.. Spit., of th
cial club, tins aiti-rnooii
Ihe a ppoiiil nn -ut of tin-
pi-.-ss i ominille. oil lb
l-resid. Ill T.ifl's visit. II.
. liiiiinia-ii W I'- Ih'ogjn.
wood. I" E. SniliMin. It.
TIliK eollllllillee Mill bill.
Uie corns . bnts win.
tin- i resi.b lit and w ill !
their coinloil iiliile in tl
m will i
lo w spap.
int.. w liii Ii a
II J. ila
i Postal wire
culiarly in his cell at the county
IMiilips sent a letter to lepuly Sh
Kr.-d Heyn in which he told tin-
uty to see Judge Abbott and have
trouble fixed ni". Me sird thai
wanted to get out and would give
i. mount of bond tin- court
- ' ten
bound over to the grand
jmi bond, w hieli he c-uld
li. ling out S
,f tlii- world.
idem Spitz a!-o ..iinou
.oh the uppollltlliellls
cl.lis to the
rieaii Fed- ration
suggest a iii"i. -
oiinalioii of an inl.-r-f.deialion.
f . ...I .1.111 to 1 .. -
Id and new v
d if the I
the natioi al
i ; i Ih-ii w .iter,
lb.- Milan. t
. II. iiKi.-IIy
s additional u
of W. II.
uid l. A
i lllbers o
lory under $
City Physician Pearce examined
Philips and found the man suffering
from a peculiar malady, possibly tin
l.-Ut of .Xossile US.- of e X -i-f Si V !'
iad whisky, or po-slble the excess. ve
nuo if druns or the lack of drugs.
The United States marshal's office
says that the man uses ".lop.-'' an.f
that Phillips' present malady I prol
lib!) th. r. suit of r;ot having any.
ill broken, often chaotic, English,
prince, who lays claim by right
of heirship to future possession of the
tin. .tie. is the leader of what might bu
called ii "Voting Abissinla" move
ment against tin- policies of old
M.-nhk II.. emperor, and his conser
After announcing that he will soon
visit the Cnited Stales personally to
try to enlist Ibis government In his
fore him. Supreme court ut Santa
Fe closed yesterday.
Among Ihe new suits filed today was
one for divorce brought by James T.
Keogh, a well known traveling sales
man, against his wife, Piarl Keogh
formerly of this city, but now living
In St. Iuis.
The fall td in of curt will open
September 2a. The 1'nlted States
Juries and tin- territorial grand are
made returnable on thai date, nn 1
the territorial petit Jury will be en lied
a week later. District Clerk Veiiable
si. id today the indications are that t.n
dvll docket would be tin- biggest '
i.ny term of court ever held In the
i. unity. Thirty-six cases are already
docketed for trial.
.Following are the Cnited Sta'-s
I'. S. Petit .lull.
Ramon Jaraniillo. Canon .1,- Jam.-z;
J. F. R iv in v. Albuquerque; Jose IVn
Ito liilego, AUme.ia; ii. 11. Stevenson,
(iallup: Valentin I '. do Rani. Co. liiti;
J. M. Moore, J. R. White. Albuquer
que; Solomon Chaves. Alameda; Luis
I'libillli, AlhllqUorquc; Perfector llei
rera. Alrisco; Uaiiiel Iwgan. Fred
McSpurron, liallup; Ira llacn. Daniel
Apodaea. It. A. Stamm. Sett Khight.
Albuquerque; A-lolfo (iaicla. Alame
da; Francisco Nuan.-s Ti.l.-ras: U-iil-li-riuo
Luceio. Coehifi: 'Einil Cblf.-ld.-r.
chos de Atrisco:
J. 11. Coleman,
prow n. lleat-'ii
fight against the
.M. u. Ilk describes
and France, Prince
tin- t.ns. political
. lti.i: l siin-v.i-.xT
IS t.OlNt. TO L s
Pet.iluni.i t'al. Aug. 31.- The larg-
sii;.ni. Mt of . gas v.-r sei. i "Ui oi
i cii was shipped from here y.-s-
hi. consisting of ''-.s ggs.
k.d in 2.3.UI cases, containing itti
en ea, Ii. ,iii I was gather, d in a
' W S
radium of 16 miles ar.
within tin last three
The shipment went
ihe st.-amer Cmatilla
' inter trad.- in tin- Ar
.und P. liilum.i
l . I-KS
i si;s tooth iiiUMics
o his hum i l . i
Cincihnati, I ., Aug 31 W.
S( ) pf. who is heavily interest
Ihe Metropolitan Street rallwn
. w York, and who owns a 1 r.u
larni in ' '.I. -mini. . a suburb of this
city. ha. purchased 21 coats for his
i",IHll held of COWS.
The two attendants w hose sole (In
to s are to look after tin- entile place
lb..- coverings on then every morn
ing to protect Hum from tiles.
The teeth of ciicll blooded Jets.
.-it.- brush, d three times dailv. This
departure in dairy farming is said
t result in betl. r health and b. Her
ol lilililt VI I is
TO I'liHI Pi L RI'.IMON
Washington. Aug .! 1 . Vi tela ns of
the Confederal.- army who fought in
i.ny battle against tin- Eight. Nine
t . . nth and Twenty-Mini Iowa regi
ments of infantry, have been Invited
to be present ill til
troops, w hich is to
t inb.-r 2H and 3"
.rans will tell tie
lh. war and hope
of Hie Colllederal
ll i ii stories w ilh
lh. - (.tlu r side."
b. held hel'l
ir ex.. ri ni
' -1 1 1 1 II I
to in. ilea
ib. I to Jaramill
C N. Cotton.
A 1 1 u. i ii . l it . ;
n ; E. S. Parker
qUi-rqlle; Jose saiicins .wuu
(iallegos, Jemez Pueblo; J
n.-r, Albuquerque; S.-Uo
San Antonio; Francisco C.
Xernallllo; J.-sus Martitn-s
de Albuquerque; A. Evans.
1 que; Jose S. illilo, Chilli U .
'art. Frank II. Hull. Helm I
I. s. (.mini .lui'v.
('. A. Wright. Luis iloii.a'.
nalillo coiiniy; Cam-lio Lope
qu.rqu.-; Placldo li.rlel.i. Run
Alrisco; M. Uallagh. r. Ramah
Van Mall. Wing.-ife; c. J.
H.-nry Yanow , II S. Pall.
qui ; A ufoii io Tin l iet a. I
d;i ; Juan
i;ulierr.s. d-. P.a.-a.
r St.- i -.l-ibn
w siim;to i ei.t snot k.
Washington, Aug. 31. Again today
the seismograph at the Cnit.-d States
weather bureau reioi.le.l an earth
shock The vibrations, which were
only slight, hi gan shortly after six
this morning and continued almo-t a
lull' li ur.
Nicolas H.-rrera. San gn...l..: -lipid.
i Ronn-ro. S R. Dab-. Albuquer
que; Simon Hal. I. .11. .. lo. Rareliis: .1. R
Irvine. James McDonald. Albuquer
que; Juan Hallsgos. Ranch.. .!.- Atus
co; N st.r Sena. Ranch. is .1,- A; m-
querquo; A. J. Flank. Aigelollis. S.i n-
dovnl eoiitilv: Jul .. .Marline. Par. :.,-;
Francisco Lobato. I.os Padilia
Manuel Chaves y Turl t.a. San Jos, .
Pitaclo Duran, Alameda; ll-n..
Smith. August Kr.iemrr. Al huqq. t -qin-.
W. F. Fischer. Wii.gUo. Pertilio Cava
. FOR NEW GAR LINE
Coiiunltlee Has No Trouble nuillnx
Money Willi W'hlrli to HulIU
on the Highlands.
That the finance committee com
posed of M. P. Stamm, F. G. Pratt, I.
A. Porterneld, I). K. B. Sellers and Dr.
P. O. Cornish wl'l have but little diffi
culty in soliciting sufficient money
with which to finance the Highland
street car system, seems assured from
' the fact that already many of thu
'Highland residents have stepped for
'ward and offered liberal subscription.
! for stock. Rut little doubt exists in
, the minds of those Interested in the
new project as to the outcome and so
far the committee hag met with most
encouraging results on the canvas of
the residents along the proposed route
as, well us other advocates of the n. w
street cur system. The opportunity
for the people of the Highlands t
secure a means of travel Into thu heart
of the downtown district. Is here an I
from nil indications thiy will do all
In their power to boost the proj.os.
tlon. At the meeting of the Usance com
mittee, which was also delegated .
select the route of the proposed lln
as well as secure tho franchise from
the city at Uie meeting of the n.-xl
council lli following route was con
sidered' as the moAt plausible of tm
many suggested: Terminal, between
Fifth and Sixth streets on tiold
avenue, east on (Jold to First street
north on First street to Tljeras ran I.
east across the Santa Fe tracks to
Edith street, thence south to the city
Col. Sell. rs. in a trial trip over the
proposi J Tout.- in his automobile yes
terday afternoon, found the exact
distance to be 1 3-5 miles. at:-ordlng
ti the speedometer on his machine,
and with stops at reasonable intervals
at crossings lie found the trip con
sumed 1-2 minutes' time. This was
made at the average sp. e.l of 12 mMcs
an hour a Is required of the street
cars of the city. The franchise is
now being prepared and it is lh. eight
will be r ady for the approval of the
committer in charge at a in. -i ting
which has been called for tomorrow
afternoon at J 30 o'clock. Tin- fran
chise will be what is k"own as u
"blanket franchise" and will cover the
entire lily s . that any streets, ix.epi
Hit oin-s now In use by the Albuq ier
que Tva "tioii company, may be utilized.
parts of the market.