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ALHUQUEKQUE EVEMlNCt CITIZEN. PAGE SIX. FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 190s. i OBn't Let Your BHerchant Give You Mmy Other FBour Except Gold Com Flout ECONOM Y AY CALIFORNIA NUMEROUS MEETS OF VARIED KIND Religion, Charity, Ath letics, Naval and Other Fields. CONGREGATION CENTENARY fencing Revived in Navy, Midwinter Swimming, State Aid in Charities TO HAVE CHARGE OF THE LEPERS Annapolis, Mil., March 2. During the last six or fight nnnths there lias been a remarkable revival of In terest In fencing here as well as In West. Point and the officers of the two institutions are strenuously pre wiring for ths coming fencing tourna ment between expert teams from West Point and the naval academy. The contest will take place In New York about the middle of thin month and the efflcers are awaiting tho event with considerable Interest. The exact late has not yet been fixed. ONE MILLION TO BE RAISED FOR CHURCH. Minneapolis, Minn.. March 2. The Congregatlonallsts of this city will hold a great rally at Plymouth church today In conjunction with the move ment of the American Board of For eign Missions of the Congressional church to celebrate its 100th -anniversary with the raising cf a round Jl, M)0,000, which Is to be devoted to the spread of -the gospel In foreign lands. The arrangements for the rally were In the hands of the five Minne apolis members of the American board, Mayor D. P. Jones, Dr. L. H. Hallock, l-owell E. Jopson, George H. RiiBt and l)r .George R. Merrill. Hundreds of prominent. Congregailonallsts from all parts of the northwest are here to at tend the rally and tt Is expected to be highly successful. BOSS OF LIBRARY OF CONGRESS A JOB HOLDER FOR FAIR Supt. Green' Salaries. Library superintendent 5,000 Museum architect 2,000 Pennsylvania capltol 4,000 Carnegie library 2.000 Extra government work ???? Raleigh hotel ???? Willard lutel ???? y. M. C. A. ASSOCIATION HOLDS ATHLETIC CONTEST. Norfolk. Va.. March 2. The second nf the 'series of athletic meets arrang ed between the athletic sections of the Y. M. C. A. associations of New port News. Portsmouth and Norfolk, will take place here this evening. The first of these meets was held at New- vort News on January 27, and the next and last one will be held at Ports mouth on April 7. According to the program for these meets, athletic teams representing the physical departments of the three as- Hoclatlons will participate in each of these meetings. The teams are cum posed of the best athletes of the n- pectlve cities. The list of events for this evening will Include running. jumping, apparatus exerciser relay races and basket ball games. Totnl $13,000 And then some. Washington, March 2. Some men have a large rapacity for drawing sal aries; others havp none. Of the for mer class Is Bernard R. Green, super intendent of the library of congress at nn annual salary of $5,000 per year. That is main salary. He owns to several others. Congressman Tawney noticed that it takes $8,000 a year to keep the library clean and tidy. That much Just tor labor. Tawncy wanted to know how It happens that It costs so much. Incidentally he asked Mr. Green If he gave all his time to his work tit the library. Being answered In the affirmative, he asked: "Put you are the architect employed in tin! const ruction of the nulional museum building?" "I am doing that as general con tractor for the government. 1 have been In the business so long that I do business tor Uncle Sam in that way," responded Green. "You get extra compensation for that over and above your salary?" "I get $2,000 a year for that." Asked If he did work for outside parties, Mr. Green replied that he had friends and sometimes did work for them. "You superintended the construction of the Willard hotel?" "I did look after it for the owners. They are friends of mine. I have not time to do business of that sort regu larly, that Is, to make a business of it, but" "And you are to lock after the addi- I ft ' kJ ?f J: !T J tlon which is soon to be added rj the Raleigh hotel?" To which Mr. Green assented. Then Mr. Green admitted that he was also "general adviser" on the con struction of the Carnegie library at a salary of $2,000 a year. In addition he has been engaged by the govern men to make plans and superintend the construction of a general power plant on the "mall" to serve the vari ous government buildings In that neighborhood. "But," said Mr. Green, when asked about It, "If a man Is smart and can do It, what Is the objection? . I am earning all my salaries, and no law Is being violated. There is no law against a man being industrious even if he is paid for It. sSpdrt V Spring dates for the Memphis meet have been announced is April 0 t May Ifi, Inclusive. 0 Twenty-five men will be taken by the Pittsburg team on its southern training trip. "Billy" Phyle has been reinstated by the Southern league. Hp is the property of the Memphis club. O- - Belle Meade, widely known as a farm devoted to the breeding of trot ting horoughbreds. Is to be cut up into town lots and become n residence su burb of Nashville, O "Kid" Bolt, who beat "Kid" Bean here two years ago In one of the hard est fights ever witnessed In New Mex ico, Is plying the shovel on "hogs" over the Raton hill these days. -O Lloyd Nephew, a Carlisle Indian first baseman, has signed to play with Lit Ho Rock t he coming season. He belongs to Pittsburg, but. was turned over to the Arkansas team to be devel" oped. o Three prominent Boston yachtsmen hnve glvn orders for boats to defend tho Roosevelt cup from G-ermany In the. International .races to be held off Marblehead, Mass., the coming sum mer.. The boats will be sailed by three of the best skippers in the coun try. O Jacob Schaefer, the blllWid 'M Ina mOST ANYTHING The surgeon general of Japan says thau by eating proper food the Jap anese of the future will have the stat ure of the Caucasian. What's the mat ter? Don't the Japs get enough for maldehyde and boraclc acid? "Ah," said the Judge in a kindly manner, "are nr.t you the man. who has been telling the reporters he saw a robin a week ago?" "I decline to answer," replied the prisoner defiantly. ' "On what grounds?" "That It might tend to disgrace me, your honor." WHAT SURPRISED GROSVENOR'S VICTOR. The reception tendered to Hon. Al bert Douglas on Wednesday afternoon upon his return from Lancaster wltn his delegation proved to be consider able of a surprise to him, for he had not been informed that the band had been engaged. Chlllicothe (O.) News. MIDWINTER SWIMMING MATCHES ARE NOW ON. Cincinnati. O., March 2. This Is the day for the annual mid-winter swimming contest at the Cincinnati gymnasium and, Judging from the large number of entries it will be one of the most Interesting affairs of that kind ever held here. The program will include the following events: 100 yard swim, CO yard swim, 20 yard swim, graceful dive, men's relay swim ming race, Junior relay swimming race. Among the individual conte tants are some of the best swimmers of the middle west. "Are you hungry?" she asked. "You've guessed It, ma'am," an swered the bearded tramp. 'Are you anxious to earn a meal? 'Not exactly, ma'am, lleln' hun gry, lm. anxious to eat it. STATE CO-OPERATION IN PHILANTHROPIC WORK. St. Louis, Mo., March 2. Amos W. Butler, secretary of the Indiana State Board of Charities will deliver an ad tlress before the School of Philan thropy this evening on the subject of 'The Relations of the City or State to Problems of Charitable or Philan throple Work and the Whys in Which Citizens and Officers of the State way Co-Operate in Such Work." HEALTH OF FAMOUS PIANIST NOW RESTORED. Chicago, III., March 2. The condl tlon of Mrs. Fannie Bloomfleld Zelsler, tht famous pianist, who recently suf fered a nervous collapse which gave rise to the apprehension that her con dltion was hopeless and would put an 'nd to her brilliant artistic career, is reported greatly Improved, It Is as er.ed on good authority that Mrs Zelslt-r's fears of losing her eyeslgut are fortunately unfounded. The pa tient who is ij.)w south is rapidly re gaining her xuvngth and has quieted down to such an extent that strong hope Is entertained that she will be able to resume her concert work next winter. Cleveland, March 2. The stage hands here have been plunged into grief by Mansfield's announcement of retirement. They had intended to cm ploy Jim Jeffries to assist them at future Mansfield engagements, and now, they fear Mansfield will never have an opportunity of meeting him. New Y:rk, March 2. "If Mr. Mans field retires, and I have no doubt he will," said a super at one of the well known theaters, "I shall present to the Metropolitan museum the spear with which he beat me the last time I played with him. Although cracked, it Is In good shape for exhibition purposes." SALOON KEEPER j KILLS A MINER. Word has Just" been received at Ell Paso that L..B. Reed, a well known mining man, 'was instantly killed at the new town of Portal, Ariz. The fatal shot was fired by a man named Boswell, who runs a saloon in that place. The shot was fired at close range and penetrated Reed's head, in flicting a mortal wound. No statement was made by him previous to death. The authorities are engaged In Inves tigating the tragedy, and several dif ferent rumors are afloat as to the cir cumstances surrounding the killing. At this time it is imiosslble to fur nish accurate details. The tragedy lias caused considerable excitement, as both men are well known In tho com munity. Both men have their friends, and consequently there has been nu merous opinions expressed and differ ent versions of the difficulty given. an ll-ycaro"d son who is said to give prrp'.se of being a marvel with the cue. He ilays regularly at his fath- I.ll1ln.l in In Phloilirn Dnd "n O (t shown an adaptability that maks him "nie f he "ublic and Pri' malch n nn nvtranti nam iiorfnrmpr fni nnP " ' - " so young. players, who will make the nuecleus of an eleven for the Duke City. It Is a little early to talk foot ball for next season, but a good team even that far away. Is something to anticipate. o Efforts to bring Sam Berger and Al Kaufnmnn together may succeed at last. The two heavies are great friends and have refused to fight each other, but recently both men have ex pressed a willingness to try conclu sions In the roped arena. They may fight at the big athletic carnival to be held by the Olympic club In 'Frisco early In April. The national baseball commission Is going to tackle the covering up evil, and It Is said several big club man agers will be called on the carpet for concealing a number of promising men. Covering up players Is becom ing more generally practiced each year, and It Is time the commission as serts Its authority, if it. has any, and puts an end to ihe practice. The num l.er of clubs that turned back large bunches of players last week shows how general the covering up system has become. O The death of Henry Tenney at San Francisco yesterday, as the result or a bating be received at the hands of Frankle Nell in a go in Mechanics' pavilion on Wednesday evening, will doubtless put a damper on fighting In 'Frisco for a while. It 13 very well that It should, too. Eddie Grany and the Brltts have engineered a number of questionable fights In the west the past few years, growing fat at the ex- Thc riding of Ratke at Hot Springs was one of the turf sensations of Feb ruary. He landed 21 winners In a week, and the talent played his mounts irrespective of past perf :rmances. The result has been that the bookies were- bard hit. So hard, In fact, that a dele gation of bookmakers waited upon the stewards and asked that better riding talent be imported to the track. They claimed that Ratke was matched against a most Inferior lot of Jockeys. writes from Bombay, India, where he The bookmakers said If new and bet- is sight seeing, that he will be here ter riders were not brought on they next winter with six college f:ot ball 1 would cut out Oaklawn. There will probably be a storm when the question of the referee for the Nelson-MeGovern mntch Is raised. McGovern wants Jack McGulgnn, but Nolan will have none of him. McGui gan is well liked in Philadelphia, and fight fans there are backing the Mc Govern demand that he shall be the third man In the ring. Alva. Coehr-in. well known here. ALL THE WAY You do not sacrifice com fort for economy when you go in a Santa Fe Tourist Pullman, Ask Santa Fa Agent at Albuquerque for tourist sleeper booklet $25.00 FOR A COLONIST TICKET, ALBU QUERQUE TO CALIFORNIA. DAILY, FEBRUARY 15 to APRIL 7. Slight extra charge for berth, free. Seat In chair car DUSTLES9 ROADBED HARVEY MEALS Communication Made Easy El Paso & Southwestern System Between the Great Southwest and Kansas City, St. Louia, Chicago, and all points North and East by the Rock Island System Shortest, quickest, therefore, the beet. The only way with two through trains daily, carrying standard and tourist sleepers, observation din Ing cara, chair cart and coaches. For any trip, anywhere, any tiia TAKE THE SOUTHWESTERN. For full particulars see any agent, or address CARNETT KING V. R. STILES General Agent. Gen. Pass. Agent. EL PASO, TEXAS. CHINA NOT HOSTILE SAYS E. H. CONGER FORMER ISTER UNITED STATES fvflN INTERVIEWED WHILE AT PASADENA. Thomas W. Iawson predicts John D. Rockefeller will be wearing stripes in prison within a year. Tom's place i is not In the financial world. He THOUSANDS OF ACRES OF bureau. ' FROM YE SINFUL CORRESPON DENT. A good Interest is reported In the meetings at the M. K. church con ducted by the pastor. Rev. Woodruff, Rev Lindley, of the Friends cJiurcn, is giving all his spare time in aid of the effort, and many are praying for a shower of grace to fall on this com munity. I have not attended any or the services. Zanesfleld corresopnd ence, Bellefontaine (O ) Examiner. KNEW ALL ABOUT FATHER'S. "Hasn't Miss Uttleton a dainty foot?" "Yes, she has," and he added sadly, "she must take after her mother." DIRECTOR OF LEPROSY RESEARCH HOSPITAL. Boston. Mass., March 2. Dr. Walter H. Brlnckerhoff of the Howard Med ical school, left here today for New York and Washington, to complete lis preparations for his departure for 1be Hawaiian inlands, where e will assume the position of director of the proposed United StateB Government Ijepresy Research hospital to be erect ed under his supervision in the leper vp.v lenient. Dr. Hrinckerh ff will ar range for the plans and equipment of the hospital and the selection of bis taff before his departure for Hawaii, n n r RANGE GRASS BURNED The second prairie Are since the new year is reported from Roy, Mara county. Sparks from the locomotive of an El Paao & Southwestern special over the Dawson line set fire to the range north of Roy. A high wind was blowing at the time, and the flames were carried rapidly toward the build ings nf the Evans ranch. Fortunately the wind changed, and the only dam age waft the burning of 100 tons of fodder stacked at the Canada Ancho ranch and the destruction of the grass on several thousand acres of range. Claims for damages have been filed against the railroad company "PINK" IN IDAHO MURDER. McFaifand is the western chief of the Plnkertons who caused the de- liortation U Idaho of President Moyer and Secretary Haywood, of the West ern Federation of Miners, for alleged f A WAR CORRESPONDENT HAS DISAPPEARED THOUGHT TO HAVE BEEN MUR DERED IN MACEDONIA NOTH ING HAS BEEN HEARD FROM HIM. TAKING HIS DAILY NIP. Yes, why don't the Ohio undertak ers fight the anti-cigarette law? TEARS FOR RICHARD. Chicago, March 2. The Mutton Chop Throwers association has adopt ed resolutions regretting Richard Mansfield's diclslon to retire in UUttf It a Dt'ouo.setl to make Mr. Mansfield which will take place in about two or an honorary member upon Ills retire three weeks. I tnent. JAMES McFARLAND. conspiracy in the murder of ex-Gov ernor St unenlierg, who was blown up with a dynamite bomb. V. will not cost you a cnt to try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets, and they are excellent for stomach troubles and constlpatLon. (lit a free sample at any drug 6tore. Max Hear, of El Paso, representing the li :use of Paulsen Hroe., U in the city In connection with a proposed sal,, of new billiard tables to the local Elks. Ewyarq wTCoNOEa. Pasadena, Cal., March 2. "The United States government, in my opinion, need not look for any serious difficulty in China. , The Chinese gov ernment apprecines well the neces sity of keeping peace with this coun try to permit any acts which will lead to severing the friendly relations of the two countries. Such is tho opinion of Edward H. Conger, former United States minister to China, who is visiting his brother, Rev. E. L. Conger, of this city. "The present troubles have arisen since I left China, last April," said Mr. Conger. "However, as my juris diction extended over the whole Chin ese empire, I have a fair knwledgs of the present crisis and and the clr- eimisances leading up to it. The whole trouble has grown out of the attemped boycott of American goods. American missionaries are only af fected incidentally. In time of riot. if missionaries are In the way. they are liable to attack, but there is no organized hostility to them as a body. "Northern China Is as quiet as ever. The trouble originated in southern China, and showed Itself must ut Shanghai. Judging from the past, I don't believe there will be any seri ous dittlculty. "I believe the Chinese government is strong enough to control the situa tion, and that all foreign interests will In' finally respected and protect ed. "It is the part of wisdom of the United States government not to bo surprised again, as it was in lttoo. We can kciu our troops in Manila and our ships In Asiatic waters as well as anywhere else. Thus safeguarded, if serious trouble were to arise, we would be prepared for it. "li'tt I think there Is no need of sending troops to China, for the Chin ese vuvei nment Is watching us and wouldn't do anything to arouse our animosity. Any further trouble wui come from local organizations, stu dents and like bodies. The Chinese government realizes the necessity of keeping peace with us." Subscribe for The Citizen and get the news. Sit ' ;'"-h) I I r iwll f i - 'i Oakland, Cal., March 2. Albert Sonnlchsen, newspaper writer, au thor, war correspondent and soldier of fortune, who hails from this city, Is thought to have met with foul play in Macedonia, where ae was sent by the New York Evening Post as special correspondent. He arrived at Vo- dema, forty miles from Monastlr, on February 15th, disappeared from bis hotel, two days later, and has. not since been heard from. S nichsen, though but 28. has had an unusually adventurous career. Dur ing the Philippine war, he and a com rade were captured by Aguinaldo, and imprisoned for ten months. About 18 months ago, he went to Macedonia, and contributed a series of brilliant articles on the troubles there. It Is thought that he may have been assasinated to prevent the dis closure of state secrets he Is believed tj have unearthed. Santa Fe Central Railway System SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY. Fast passenger and freight service. Steamship tickets to all parts of the World. Connections at Torrance, N M., with the El Paso ft Southwestern, and Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railways. At Kennedy and Santa 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 snd freight. Send your freight via the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific rail way, via Torrance, N. M. Your business respectfully solicited. W. H. ANDREWS, 8. B. GRIMSHAW, Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and Gen. Mgr. FRANK DIBERT, Asst. Secy, and Treas. J. P. LYNG. A. L. GRIMSHAW, City Frt. and Pass. Agt. Traveling Frt. and Pass. Agt GENERAL OFFICE8 SANTA FE, N. M. 0 0 IS DENVER & RIO GRANDE SYSTEM "Scenic Line of the World" Shortest and qulcksst II ns frsm Santa Fa to Dsnvsr, Pusblo and Colo rado Spring, and all Colorado points. Connection at Donvsr and PuoMo with all line east and west. Ttmo as qwlak and rates as low aa by othsr llnsa, PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DININQ CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR CARS. On sll through trains. No tlroaoms delays at any station. For Illustrated advertising matter or Information, address or apply to S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A.. Denver, Colo. A. S. BARNEY, T. P. fV., Santa Fe, New Mex. NEWSPAPER CHANGE REPORTED FROM ROSWELL. Henry F. Vermillion, editor of the Baptist Workman at Roswell, has pur chased the plant of the Roswell Reg ister, and in connection with his pub lication will manage a first-class job printing office in the county seat of Chaves eouuty. The subscription list and good will of the Register have been sold by him to the Roswell Tribune, the new republican paper re cently started In that town. The ad dition nf the subscription lis' of tne Register will give the Tribune quite a circulation, which will prove a ben efit to the republican party in Chaves county. C. E. Mason, from whom Mr. Vermillion purchased the Register plant, is connected with the Pally Record as business manager. GARBAGE CANS. SEE WHITNEY COMPANY. D.5R.G.sysfem ...SANTA nFBRANCII... Effective December 0,t905 Eastbound. Westbound. No. 426. Stations. No. 425. 3: 00 am Pueblo 4:35am Colo. Springs 7:30 a in Ar. Denver Lv. 12:51 p m lpanola 11:00 am Lv. Santa Fe Ar. "ARNOLD'S BEOT" Floor is made from choiceTurkey Kansas SiARD Wheat. Ask your neighbor about "ARNOLD'S BEOT." "ARNOLD'S BEST" is beginning' to make 'em all go some. Insist upon having' "ARNOLD'S BEST." from all grocers. 3:00 p m 4:02 p m 4 :32 p m G:45 p m 8:30 p ni 2:11 pm Uarranca Servilleta Trfs I'iedras Antonito Alamosa Erabudo 11:05 p m 9:40 p m 7:00 p m 1:26pm 3:30 pm 11:36 p in 10:29 p m 10:00pm 8:10 pm C:40am 12:26pm Trains stop at Embudo for dinner, where goo4 meals are served. Connections. At Antonito. for Durango, Silvertoi and intermediate points. At Alamosa, for Denver, Pueblo and Intermediate points, via either the standard gauge line via La veta PaS or the narrow gauge vis Sallda, uak ing the entire trip in daylight and passing through the FAMOUS ROYAL GORGE. Also for all points on the Creedo branch. A. li. BARNEY, Traveling Freight nd Passearer Agent. S. K. HOOPER. Q. P. A.. Denver. Colo. RAILROAD TIME TABLE (In effect November 12, 1305.) Eastbound. No. 2, Atlantic Express, arrives 7:55 a. m., departs 8:i'o a. ni. No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrives 11:59 p. ni., departs 12:09 a. ra. No. 8, Chicago & Kansas City Ex press, arrives 0:45 p. w., departs 7:45 p. m. No. 10, Chicago Fast Mall, arrives 6:60 a. m., departs 7:30 a. m. Westbound. No. 1, California Express, arrives 7:30 p. in., departs 8:15 p. m. No. 3, California Limited, arrives 11:10 a- tn., departs 11:20 a, m. No. 7, Mexico & California Express, arrives 10:45 p. m., departs 11:59. No. 9, Fast Mail, arrives 11:35 p. in. Southbound. No. 9, Mexico Express, departs 12:15 p. ui. Local freight train, No. 99, south bound, departs at 6 a. m., and car ries passengers. Arrives From South. No. 10, Mexico Express, arrives 6:50 a. m. No. 10 makes all local stops east or Albuquerque. No. 1 runs direct to Los Angeles. No. 7 runs direct to San Francisco. No. 3 runs direct to Los Angeles snd San Francisco. All trains dally. ,T. E. PURDY. Agent. Anyway, here's hoping Anna Gould end Mrs? Mlzuer never go to th j lecture platform.