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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1906. PAGE 8F.VEN SBBsV L' 1 ONLY A FEW DAYS AND ONLY A FEW PIECES LEFT Better take advantage of this great Carpet and Rug Sale. A few real bargains left that will be cut closer to clcse out by Saturday. J. D. EMMONS WHOLESALE AND RETAIL FURNITURE. Cor. Coal Ave. and Second St. B"-th Phones. West End of Viaduct n FAVORITISM IN RAILROAD RATES ml " o ll Mir llr' a tP3' I Here- they arp. They're the great Twtedle brothers Duni and Dee. They are as like as two ieaa. The question is, can you tell then apart Si Whether you can ;r not, what do you care? The rate on Are clay, Ckve-landto Philadelphia. Is 15U cents tier 100 ounds. The rate on Kaolin fire clay is in cents. The merry part of it. is. they look the same, weigh the same, and feel the same and only an expert can tell them apart. It takes a, beaut, however, to tell why the freight charges for one should he more than or less than for the other. Try THIS on yjur clairvoyant. RAILROAD TOPICS Frank J. Hell, chief engineer of the tare twenty-one of these institutions Tecolote Valley railroad, who was now in operation at. various points of at Santa Fe the past few days, has re- the system, and lefore many months turned to his home at Las Vegas. have iwssed, four new ones will be i ".' established and plans are In 1he mak- In consequence of a bonus of $r.0,fiu0 imr f, .... .,!" ' In Cltirrla- MltirOmrl.i .1 ..II, A.I .t, ........ ..hi.,, ,,i nni- atic possessions of Russia, 4.4H5 miles In Japan, and l.lTti miles In China. Preliminary valuations of the rail road property of Wisconsin Tor 19"fi have b,een announced l.v the state i board of assessment, and show n to tal of t-3s,i.s,-,,iin., un increase of 9.37.".iiimi over last year. It Is esti mated that the increase in railroad rates on account of the advance In valuation will bo alKwt linu.iiuo. mak ing the total i axes or railroads for this year about jL'.HTH.S'.f.t. Railroad property in the state is taxed on an ail valorem basis. th, in ,,f nvnilmi being the average one of all other property taxed. Oionel w, s. Hopewell, of the Albu querque Kastern. arrived in the city last night, accompanied t,v V. M. Dougherty and H. S. Moore', of Kan sas City. Colonel Hopewell has been conducting a party of Kansas City and Kastern people on a tour of Inspec tion through the Kstancla valley and to the Hagan coal fields. Torrance, Kstancla and Santa Ke were also vis ited, oji the line f the Santa Ke Central. Kr in the Hagan coal fields the party traveled overland along the survey of the Albuquerque Kastern. What 1he object of the in spection trip by the Kansas Cltyans was, Colonel Hopewell has not Rtated. A RAILROADER INJURED IN ALBUQUtRQUE YARDS LOSES HIS SUIT FOR $30,000, COURT AT EL PASO. IN In the Forty-first district court yes terday the $;M,(ioii damage suit filed by Mike Sherlock against the Santa Ke railway, suddenly fell to the ground while the trial was in progress liefore a Jury. Judge Hoggin Instructed a verdict for the defendant, says the El Paa. Times. Sherlock was suing for tne loss of one of his feet in an accident which befell him in the yards of the defend ant company in Albuquerque. alKiut three years ago. While undertaking to climb on a car after throwing the switch, he fell, and the wheels of the car passed over his left foot, crush ing it off. Sherlock alleged in his complaint that ne fell for the reason that the ladder on the side of the car was missing when he started to climb up. In his testimony yesterday he stated that he had clutched the hand hold with both hands, when he acci dentally fell to tne ground. The attorneys for the defendant at once moved for a verdict in favor ol the railroad company, on the ground that ine defendant's own testimony failed to disclose any negligence on the part of the defendant, and Judge (joggin sustained the motion. mi ANacassilyWhen; Traveling ror Toothache Neural&a AntT AHAccidcnis Price AlAllDruists U "tV, 111 U It PARDON GRANTED THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Frsh and Salt Meats, Steam Sausage Factory. i EMIS KL FIN WORT. Masonic Uulldlns. North Third Street Thos. r. Kclchcr PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND OKUSHC3. Leather, Harness, SafltUes, Lap Robes, Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and Pelts. W9 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Established In 1882 F. G. PR A TT &. CO. Sole agents for Casino Canned Ooods Jas. IKekin & c0.'s Cj.';oes, lm boden's Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Bent Earth. on Orders Solicited. Free Denver. 214 South Second Street. GUS LARD, IN JAIL AT ROSWELL, FOR MISDEMEANOR, GRANTED LIBERTY BY GOVERNOR. LAMY SERVICE IS CER- TA!LY ON THE 'BUM' SOME FOUNDATION FOR STORY THAT HALF HIS TIME WAS SPENT AT LAMY WAITING FOR A TRAIN. the Midland Valley railroad ofTicials of that company, they have decided to establish shops in that city. Engineer John Bowman of Socorro Is rapidly recovering from the terrible burns that he received from escaping steam a few weeks ago, while taking a crippled engine to the shops at San Alarcial. . F. Merldith Jones, who is locating engineer of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Ke railway, is quoted as hav ing said that shops will be erected in the near future at Helen fcr the use of ibis road. W. C. Ccok. traveling freight and passenger agent for the Santa Fe. ac companied the gubernatorial nartv to Santa Ke and back yesterday, to see if."1 ",a'l lots, on merchandise in his that as far as the Santa Ke was con- lin for Albuquerque from Chicago cerned, Governor Hagerman's visit to ani1 lIf river points. This applies Albuquerque would Hssible. It Is reported, on apparently good authority, that Thomas Jacques is to be restored in a week or so to his IKJskion as Santa Ke agent at So corro. It must have seemed a great hardship to Mr. Jaques and his family that he was assigned to another po sition, as he has a greut many friends in Socorro, who will feel eratifieri i with him at his return to the position mat ne nas occupied there for nearly twenty years. Ernest. Meyers informed The Citi zen today that during his recent trip east, he called on Genera! Frleght Manager Gorman of the Santa Fe, and secured from him a reduction of " cents per hundred on car load lots and "3 cents per hundred on less than be as pleasant as ",nI- t0 Albuquerque and goes into i nici as soon as ine rate can be filed with the Interstate Commerce Com John H. Kirby is president. - As a result of a recent change A charter has been obtained In 1 mission Texas for the Burr's Ferry, Hrowdell & Chester railroad, to build from) TllL, Fnited States leads the world, llurr's Ferry to Ashtree. village, lnj'""n " ,n, present mileage and the Tyler county, a distance of eighty rp,(,nt growth of its railways. Of the miles. A capital stock of $Sj,(Miu is toIal railway mileage of the world, ag authorized, tile largest holder IxVjng ! negating 53J.000 miles for 1904, 211, Nathaniel G. Silsbee. of Hoston. Mass.i"74 miles were in the United States, j nines in European Russia, 32,- ; miles in Germany, 28,102 miles in a result ot a recent cliange innance, zu,'Jolt miles in India ai ion the departing time of train No. 2, not lulled in Austria-Hungary, 22,034 miles a few people who pride themselves on in the Fnited Kingdom, 19,611 miles making close connections, have ai-'n Canada, 13,000 miles in Africa, 14, rived at the Santa Fe station to find i 113 miles in Australia, 11,539 miles in themselves left. No. 2 arrives at ' Argentina, 10,356 miles in Mexico, 7:53 and departs at 8:25, which is , ft.901 miles in Italy, 9.308 miles In Bra' five minutes earlier than previous to zil, 7,097 miles in Sweden, 7,322 miles me cnange. A tract of land having been pur chased by the city of Parsons, Kan sas, for $150,000, and presenter! to the Missouri, Kansas Ai Texas railway that company has let contracts for the construction of shops on the tract which will cost $l,oiin, The ground comprises thirty acres, and will ac commodate the second largest repair plant in Kansas. Miss Mamie Groth, of Bli'ssfield. Mich., arrived in this city last night, and this afternoon was united in marriage to C. W. Bailey, a brother ot A. M. Hailey, foreman of the Santa Ke paint shops, and himself in the employ of the company. The ceremony was pt i't'iil Hied by Rev. .1. M. Sollie. pastor of the Highland Methodist church, at the Reverend gentleman's home. In the siato of Pennsylvania are steam railways with an aggregate in vested capital of $:i,29.3si,211. or more than oiie-iourui oi tne total capitalization of the railways of the United States, according to ibe an nual li'iKUi of Secretary of Internal Affairs Brown, of Pennsylvania. The total mileage operated by railway corporat ions whose lines are wholly or i npart in Pennsylvania is 29.117. K9. It ha.-, been officially decided that the Santa Ke will build a club 1ioue for its employes at Arkansas City. Kan. In the neighborhood of $'i'i,o0u will be expended this year by the Atchison, Topeka At Santa Fe Rail way company, for the maintenance f reading rooms, or nioiv properly speaking, well equipped club houses for the entertainment and accommoda non of the employes of the system, lu addition v this sum for mainten ance, the company plans to t.pend more than $loi.n"'i in erecting new flub hnises during he yeir. There There is some foundation for the story t Jld by the drummer who had traveled In New Mexico, and had spent half of that time waiting for a train at Larny, the junction of the branch that goes to Santa Fe, with the main line. Apparently, the com pany has little regard for the travel coming down from Santa Fe, es pecially in the way of informing the agent op branch trainmen as to the running time of the main line trains. At lea.st. if any rule exists whereby the I-amy operator should notify Santa Fe when trains are late on the main line. It Is given little regard by the Lamy operator. Often passengers are compelled t send half a day at the junction waiting for a train that is late, when by u little courtesy from the operator, this time might be spent In some profitable way at Santa Fe. On Tuesday night of this week, the Lamy branch train left Santa Fe at 7:30 in the evening, to make con nection with train No. 7, when the op erator at I-amy knew that No. 7 had not at that time left Uis Vegas, a run ning distance of three 'hours. The consequence was that, those wno left Santa Ke to catch that train had to spend three hours at Umy, when a message to Santa Ke would have been all that was necessary to save that waste of time. Governor Herbert J. Hagerman, un der date of February 3, 1906. has is sued a pardon to Gus Iard. under sen tence of ninety days, and costs, in tile Jail at Roswell, Chaves county.' I.ard was sentenced by Judge William H. Pope, of the Fifth judicial district' court on a charge of assault and bat-J tery. Governor Hagerman stated, as his reason for granting the pardon that Judge Poie had said that the causeofi justice would be accomplished by Lard serving out his sentence without the" additional number of days resulting i from the costs of trial; that lrd had j a family In destitute circumstances; that he had served his sentence to within a few days; that while in jail his conduct, had been good and he had assisted the officers on one occasion in the pursuit of escaped prisoners. CLARKVILLE PRODUCE CO HAY, GRAIN AND FEED Wholesale and Retail HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL J. B. MacMANUS, Mgr. 602 South First Street Both Phones A. D. JOHNSON General Contractor House moving, well making, water pipe laying, pumps, tanks and wind mills. Irrigating plants a specialty. Ranch deep well supplies. Lead Avenue and First Street. The Yellow Fever Germ has recently been discovered. It bears a close resemblance to the ma laria germ. To free the system from disease germs, the most effective remedy la Dr. King's New Life Pills. Ouaira.ntcejd to cure all dixeaseg due to malaria jjoison and constipation. 25c at all druggists. Reported that King l.eoold has made $15,000,000 In the Kongo Free State. Leopold is one nt the few men who have made fortunes In rubbering. Automatic Phone 308; Red 131. Colorado A Habit to Be Encouraged. The mother who lias acquired the habit of keeping on hand n bottle of Chamberlain's Cougt Remedy, saves herself a great amount of uneasiness and anxiety. Coughs, colds and croup, to which children are susceptible, are are quickly cured by its use. It coun teracts any tendency of a cold to re sult in pneumonia, and If given as soon as the first symptoms of croup appear, it will prevent the attack. This remedy contains nothing injuri ous and mothers give It to little ones with a feeling of perfect security., ror sale by all druggists. Leqal Notice. Iast Will and Testament of Florence Andersen, Decease:!. To Leon Bordenave. executor, and devisee, Thorwald Andersen, Dorothy Andersen, Hester Andersen, Alma An dersen, devisees, and to all whom it mav concern: You are hereby notified that the al leged list Will and Testament of Florence Andersen, late of the County of Bernalillo and Territory of New Mexico, deceased, has been produced and read In tho Probate Court of the County of Bernalillo, Territory of New Mexico, at a regular term thereof, held on the 5th dav of Feb., 1900, and the day of tho proving of said alleged Last Will and Testament was by order j of the Judge of said Court thereupon fixed for Mondav. the 5th day of March, A. D. 1906. term of said Court. at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said j day. I Given tinder my hand and the Seal i cr this Court, this 5th day of Feb., A. D. 1900. j. A. SUMMERS. (Seal) Probate Clerk. o Common Colds Are the Cause of Many Serious Diseases. Physicians who have gained a na tional reputations as analysts of the cause of various diseases, claim that If catching cold could be avoided a long list of dangerous ailments would never be heard of. Every one knows that pneumonia and consumption orig inate from a cold, and chronic ca tarrh, bronchitis, and all throat and lung troubles are aggravated and rend ered more serious by each fresh at tack. Do not risk your life or take chances when you have a cold. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy will cure It before these .liseises develop This remedy contains r. opium, rnor phlne or other harmful drug nnd has thirty years of reputa-ion back of it, T"lr.ed by its cures uii:le.' every cor.dl t;on. For 3- by a i i druggists. A Citizen want ad will get the busi ness. Try one. GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. FOUND AT LAST Woolens laundered without ahrlnklng. We tave added to our ai. ready well equipped launde'ry a machine wrth which we can handle wooleoa without shrinking. When we are through with them ther re Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring them to us and we will straighten them out for you. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. "RlScF0Ss" OCXX)CXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOCXX)0 "GOOD HORSES!" WHY NOT GOOD HARNESS Make matters match. If you're the proud possessor ot a fine borce or team see to It that their equipment la In keeping with their worth. We hav a reputation for turning out harness which bears critical Inspection from any viewpoint strength, style, dura bility, price moderation. As to th latter, we will be glad to quote yo cost any time you ask It. Please ask. &7 ALBUQUERQUECARRIA6E CO. KXXX)OOOCXXICXXXXXXXXXX)0 RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building Supplies SCREEN DOORS Both Phones Third and Marquette PRESERVE YOL'R HEALTH Kop warm anl rnjoy thpcoM las by wi arine M'rt'ect-tktlutf, tatlur-o.adu - t Frost King r Frost Qvicea Chamois Vest Mar of ch.-imoi, rfin forced ii h H huh. J ii;ht, fcott and oiu fort.ihk. I.iU everything pe in thU iuri',ttiM v,(i jjr nun ran teed tu fcivo but in urn mfuctiuu. fllll iiALE Hi The Williams Drug Co. BLUE FRONT STORE. 117 W. Railroad Ave. Both phonos. B AiN and OLD H1CK0BY WAGONS jJ. Kurber&Go. WHOLESALE and RETAIL uKaaEnttjiiu. I-- ooocooooooooc The Best Place to Eat Po Hock's Restaurant 120 WEST SILVER AVENUE. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOOSl TOTI A GRADI Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay, Grain and Fuel. Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Place your orders for this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET. OCOOOCOCOOCXXXXXIOOOOOOOO Corrlllot Ammrlemn Block CO ML G.OO Fer Ton WE ARE LED TO BELIEVE that our plumbing work and our charges therefor are giving eminent satisfaction. If we haven't had the pleasure of doing anything In that line for you, these few words seek your patronage. You'll not regret turning, your work our way. The Standard Heating & Plumbing Company Red 284; Auto Both 'Phones matlc, 671. Colo., C)C)COOOOOOOCOOCCOOOCOJOOO WE GIVE You best satisfaction In mill work. ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL CXD6COXOOCX30000CXDOCXXXXX A. E. WALKER, FIRE INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Associa tion. Office at J. C. Baldrldge's Lum ber yard. COKE - MILL WOOD KINDLING W.H.Hahn&Co DOTH 'PHONES SXXXXXX)OOOOOOOCXXlOOOOOCXX) M. DRAGOIE Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, and Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, all kinds of Fresh Meat 300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash ington Avenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M. XXXZXXXXXTXZXXXXXXXXXXXXXX LONDON CLUB LIVERY AND FEED STABLES Corner Second and Marquette. C. GRANNIS, Prop. JJ Auto Phone, 311. Colo., 300 Red. m Day and Night Hack. H' Albuquerque, New Mexico. M xxxzxxzxxzxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx N. PEACH & CO. REAL ESTATE DEALERS Automatic 'phone, 635. Office, 20K!. West Gold Avenue. ttSL. ss r;rfffc Km-m grgror rr Jcssre afffTfc .ri jirini S, ILa IE 9 13". jml, n h A 1 The Future Railroad Located Mexico - Santa Fe Railway Metropolis of New on the Helen Cut-off ot The Atchison, Topeka & Belen is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe system-leading east and west from Chicago Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico The Belen Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite ?l LT lUi r8ldru,e lotS' slze 25x142 'eet' lald out w:tb broa1 80 "d 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trees- publi. school house cost ing U6.000; church.. Commerc.al Cub; a population of 1,500 Inhabits; largest mercantile establishment, in (lew Mexico; the Belen Patent Rofler mill, capacity 150 barrels da i : l.?t wlne three kote!. restaurants, etc. Belen .. the largest shipping pomt for wool, flour, wheat, wine. bean, and hay ln Central New Mexico. Its Importance a, a great commercial raided city In the near future cann b. esUmatl' ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH. coVt .? 0ff7d T, 10 'I9 f tbehCi,y (m,D .f,them 'mpr0Te(1 by cu!t"t'0"): no .and or gravel. We need a flr.t-clas, bakery, tailor shop, shoe house, jeweler, plumb.n, .ho,, planing mill coal and wood yard, drug store, harness shop, etc. etc. Also s flrst-class modern hotel iuiu uiui. w A II JOHN BEHK-R 1 - - modern hotel. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES, IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO The Belen Town and Imnrovement Cnmnams WM. M. .BERGER, Secretary M