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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TUESDAY. AUGUST 7, 1906. ARTES'A WELLS NOW SPOUT OIL AND WATER Fully Five Thousand Acres of Land Have Been Located Under Mineral Claims. PRICE OF LANDS ARE SOARING Interest In me new oil field south vest of Arteiia continues unalmted It Is conservatively estimated that five thousand ncres of land have been lo cated as mineral claims within the !ast ten days, a good ileal of it "y parties of this city. It Is useless to etate tht .he land up n which tne oil was found has increastd In value. Mr. Swingle nought the 160 acres from Bert Rohv some months ago with the well on It lor $25 per acre and it is one of the riches pieces of agricul tural land in that section. It Is be tween tne north prong of Seven rivers and wnat is known as "Four Mile draw and near the abandoned reser voir. ' A party tf Artte.i citizens, tne Au- vocate editor among tnem, visited the well Tuesday afternoon, and satisfied themselves that the oil is in evidence. How much of if, is a different ques tion. Another hole will have to be drilled and the oil ca:ed off from the water before the value of the find is determined. Tne wel Is an artesian flow and a big one? yet there Is enough oil coming out to lend an oil oder and taste to the water and there Is main tained a liberal scum on the ditches that flow into h.e field. Some experts claim the oil is a su perior quality, and that the hole Is a 'Paying proposition If it was possible to handle It. A company of Eddy county capitalists are now organizing to bore another hole by the . side of the old one and they confidently ex pect a gusher. Ie-t us -ope they will not be disappoinfeuVfor the Pecos vai- ley needs a cheap Tuel supply worse than most anything - Jht now. GOVERNOR TO SEND DELEGATES TO BOISE National League. At New York R. H. E. New Yorn 1 7 3 Denver 14 1? 3 Batteries Brown and Kling; .1c Glnnity. Taylor and Bresnana At Boston R. H. E. Pittsburg a 7 1 Boston 0 5 3 Batteries Liefield and Pyitz, Dor ner and Needham. Second game: R, H. E. Pittsburg 7 12 2 Boston 3 9 6 Batteries Leever and Gibson; Lin daman and Needhaci, At Brooklyn R. H. E. Cincinnati 0 4 3 Brooklyn 2 6 1 Batteries Welmer and Livingston, Scanlon and .Bergen. At Philadelphia R. H. E. St. Louis 4 8 0 Philadelpnta 2 6 1 Batteries -Brown, Rhoades and Marshall; Rickle, Donovan and Dooin. Second game; R. H. E. St. Louis 1 5 1 Philadelphia 4 7 u Batteries Beebe and Noonan, Lush and Dooin. American League. At Detroit R. H. E. Detroit 4 12 0 Washington 5 9 2 Batteries Donahue and Warner; Falkenbers,, Smith and Wakefield. At St. Louts R. H.E. New YorK 8 14 4 St. Louis b 9 3 Batteries Chesbro, Clarkson, Orth and Kleinow; Iicwell, Jacobsen and Rickey. At Cleveland R. H. E. Cleveland 11 2 Boston 0 7 1 Batteries Joss end Sullivan; Coomues, Coakiey and Schreck. Western League. At Pueblo R. H.E. Pueblo 11 18 1 Sioux City b 10 2 Batteries Miner and Kennlcke; Newiin and Freeze. At Omaha Omaha-Lincoln game postpones on account of rain. At Denver R. H. E. Denver . . .t 14 17 3 Des Moines 10 14 0 Batteries Paige. Wright, Adams and Wiegardt; Gllien and dexter. Idaho, to Attend National Ir rigation Congress Sep ., tember 3. GOV. HAGERMAN'S INTEREST In response to a letter from Govern or O. C. Pardee of California, presl dent of the National Irrigation con gress. which meets September 3 at Itolse, Idaho, Governor Hagefman has appointed delegates To the con Kress. Before naming them, he as certained as far as possible that all who were chosen for this Important duty, would attend the convention. The delegates named are: Santa Fe, L. Bradford ITlnce! Ias Vegas, R. E. Twltchell. D. C. Winters. Dr. F. fc. Olney; Albuquerque, Herman Blueher, George L. llro ks; las Cru-es, M. I. Brown, W. A. Fleming Jones, Major H. H. Llewellyn; Clay on. A. W. Thompson; Aztec, E. P. Wilson; Ra ton; Charles Springer; Cur'sbad, F. G. Tracy; Roswell, L. K. Mctlaffey; Me sllla Park, Luther M. Foster. Delegates to be Chosen by Others. Other delegates from New Mexico are to be appointed as follows: The mayor of each city of lees than 25,0()D population, 5 i.elegates; tfte mayor each city of more than 25,1.00 population, 10 delegates; each board of county commissioners, 5 delegates; each chamber of com erce, lioard of trade, commfrclal club, or real estate exchange. 2 delegates; each organized irrigation, agricultural or live stock association. 2 delegates; each society of engineers, 2 delegates; each irri gation company, Immigration society or agricultural college, and each col lege or university having chairs of hydraulic englneer.ng or forestry, 2 delegates. The lollowing are delegates by vir tue of their respective offices: The president and members of his cabinet; ine duly accredited repre sentatives of any torelgn nation or colony; the governor of any state or territory; any member cf the United States senate or house of representa tives; members of any state or terri torial commission. In speaking of the National Irriga tion congress and Its work Governor Hagerman said: Wants Delegates to Attend Congress. "I have taken pains lo relect citi zens who I thought would be In posi tion to attend this congress and who at the same time would be capable of filling the duties required. It Is my earnest desire that all the dele gates to this convention will be tne best men from each community and that all wi.. attend. I understand that a movement Is already on foot to bring the next session or the session In 1908 ta New Mexico and I trust that this will be accomplished. This irrigation congress means much to ihe people of the southwest. At its sessions, ques tions of Irrigating and irrigation farm ing are brought up and discussed by some of the brightest and best in formed men in the country. Besides the memlers of the Gov ernment Reclamation service. The officers of the interior department and otner slnil.ar officials, a number of United States senators and represen tatives are deeply Interested In this congress end attend its annual sessions. 'The work being done and under contemplation by the government through its reclamation service will be one of the main tonics .or discus. slon at the coming meeting. Since considerable work is being done and Is to be done by this service in New Mexico the 1906 session will be found of great interest to our people. I am anxious to have men at this conven tion, w ho will protit by it and who -will do whatever It necessary for the safeguarding of New Mexico's exten sive interests in this . ne." .11 . 1 . : . 4 American Association. At Toledo Toledo Minneapolis At Louisville LouLsvllle Kansas City At Columbus Columbus St. Paul 6 Second game: Columbus 2 St. Paul 2 Called at the end of the eleventh inning on account of darkness. At Indlanapclls First game; Indianapolis 0 Milwaukee 2 Second game: Indianapolis Milwaukee GOOD GOLD IS FOUND NEAR GALLUP. William Yisner, Mrs. Yisner and Carpenter, who have leen out Mr. Galveston's Sea Wall makes life now as safe In that city as on the higher uplands. E. W. Goodloe, wno resides on Dutton street, in Waco, Tex., needs no sea wall for fsfety. He writes: "I have used Dr. King's New Discovery for eonsumn- tlon the past five years and It keeps me -well and safe. Before that time I had a cough wnlcu for years had been growing -worse. Now it's gone." Cures chronic coughs, la grippe, croup whooping cough and prevents pneu monia, neasant to take. Every uot tle guaranteed at all druggists. Price 50c and $1. Trial fcottle free. NOTICE TO 8UM- MER WANDERERS. Have The Evening Citizen for- " warded to your address when f you go away on your vacation. ' If you are now a paid up sub- t V scrtber, please let us know when you order the paper forwarded, and aUo let us know If you de- 4 9 slre.it stopped at your home ad- ' dress. Be careful to give post- 4 t office, hotel or street address, in all cases. WOULD GIVE FIVE MILLION TO BE CURED OF LEPROSY 1 i Mexican Mining Magnate Dare Not Touch His Wife and Children--A Living Death the Fate of Senor Bringas. prospecting .returned Monday from their trip. They prospected the country near Calientl some distance to the south of Gallup, Bays the Re publican. At a point seven miles from the mountain called the Moun tain of Gold, they located several claim, on which there are two well defined ledges of mineral bearing quartz and talc. Mr. Yisner brought several samples of the ore home with Mm und If appearauces go for anything the ledge Is undoubted ly very rich in gold bearlug rock. While they were opening up their discovery a party representing Santa Fe capital visited them and took samples of Visner's ledge stating that it wa3 the most promising prospect lie had Been in that district and that it there was any gold in the country it would 1e found in the formation such as the Yisner party located. Con. Gonzales of this city in company with the Santa Fe people is thorough ly prospecting the whole district. Everybody should enjoy the latest popular fad, skating. .Elks' bill room. Stomach Troubles "and Constipation. iso one can reasonably hope for good digestion when the bowels are constipated. Mr. Chas. Baldwin of Ed wardsvllle, III., says: "I suffered from chronic constipation and stomach tru- hies for several years, but, thanks to Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab lets, am almost cured." Why not get a package of thpse tablets and get well and Etay well. Price 25c. Sam ple free. For sale by all druggists. TAKE A PLUNGE the SWIMMING POOL. North First Street. Open Daily, 10 a. m. to 10 p. m. a EN OR BRINGAS. Portico fr m which Senor Bringas en Joys a ravishing view. Absolutely the only pleasure of a hopeless, cursed existence. THE TAINT OF SENOR BRINGAS. Senor Bringas for 15 years has been deserted by ail but his fam- lly. Yet his two beautiful t daug..iers know not his fitherly caress and his wife Is denied his 4 kiss. Tne humblest peon on the vast estate fondles his loved t ones, but to this millionaire .t i Is forbidden. He U unclean unclean with Teprcsv. 5 t 4 e i t f i i t f i 4 Special Correspondence. EI Paso, Tex., Aug. 7. I.Ike King! Midas of old. J. M. Brlnga.s, 40, a j Mexican mining magnate, dare not j touch his dearest ones. Cjold Is heap-i ed on every side of him his gold but contact with him Is a curse. Senor Bringas is a leper. j The Mexican knows that the disease is incurable. He has spent a million dollars in vain, but. in desperation, he orfers $5,000,000 to anyene who will cure him. After seeking relief everywhere in Mexico, he Is now In Europe, appeal ing to the great specialists of the old world. Tney would not cell him a tlcKst to Guaymas, so he lought a train. He purchased a private car, fitted it elegantly, and then hired his own lo comotive and engineer. An Act of Mercy. But, another obstacle was encount ered. To get to Yera Cruz, or any other port to take a steamer, he would have to pass through the United States. The bars are up against lepers everywhere, poor and rich alike. Final. y. however, the United States marine hospital sirvlce consented to let him enter this country at Nogales, Ariz., terminus of the Sonera railroad, and travel through Arizona and New Mexico, to El Paso, and re-enter Mex ico, if tne Mexican government would agree In advance to take him bacK. This was arranged, and then the mar- MEW MEXICO m FAR ALBUQUERQUE September 1 7th to 22nd, 1 906. DAUGriTEti OF SENOR BRINGao Ine hospital service saw to It that the millionaire went through in strict quarantine, 'me passage was Iik that of a funeral train silent and gloomy. The wife and daughters were aboard with Brlnga, but kept them selves secluded. Burn What He Uses. At the port :f Yera Cruz, Bringas engaged cabin 'passage, new carpets, new rugs, new furniture and every thing new to e Installed In the cabin when he left it. Everytning he may have touched will be burned, and tnis millionaire's money will pay for it. He had also to agree that, he would not leave his room during the voyage. Hi3 meals werel aid at his door, in his confinement he coulo hear the other passengers enjoying themselves at will, many, pernaps, with barely euougn m?ney to pay their passage across the. water. Worse Than Dead. At home, Senor Bringas' wife and daughters, except for conversation, are as strangers to him. He wears rubber gloves for handling file table ware when he eats. He always wears these on his decaying hands. His clothing he removes himself and takes care of Tiimself. His underclothing he burns when he removes It, for noliody will wash it. Although exercising all the functions of life, he is worse than : dead. Senor Bringas' friends say that he wishes to die if he cannot soon be ' given relief for be knows that he is making pr.soners oi his family. For fear that the awful diseasp may have spread, "friends cannot but shrink : from tiieni. ' Where the wealthy Mexican con tracted leprosy he cannot tell. It is ; supposed that It was probably In cne of his m.nlng camps, where the scourge is not unknown among tne Chinese coolie labor. 10,000 in Purses for Horse Races 2:18 Pace Surburg's Grain Plug Cut To Maneuvers by United States Troops, bacco Stake, $1,000.00. Baby Show. 2:20 Trot Carnation Cream Stake, $1,000.00. Jersey Stock Show. 2:13 Pace Moet & Chandon's White Seal Poultry Exhibit Champagne Stake, $1,000.00. Trades Display. 2:09 Pace Mitchell Wagon Stake, $1,000.00. Flower Parade. $1,500.00 for Base Ball. Montezuma Ball. $1,000.00 Fruit and Vegetable Exhibits. Carnival attractions, with 20 shows on the Relay Race. streets carnival all the time. Ladies' Half-Mile Race. SOMETHING DOING ALL THE TIME. Territorial Fairs for quarter of a centary, bat nothing like this. .. .T2. Reduced Rates gjiilgCa on all Railroads THIRSTY LOS ANGELES TO GET WATER 240 MILES AWAY WrrT-- T?- 3 Interest on the entire $22,000,000 bo ld ' Issue. The first construction -work will be the building of u 1000-horsepower plant on Cottonwood creek, at a cost cf $250,004), which will furnish the power to drive the drills in the tun nels, to run the ventilators, remove the debris, excavate the ditches, mix the, concrete in short to uuild one oi the most momentous and daring wa ter d livery systems in the vorld. RAILROAD TIME-TABLE (In effect July 1. 1906.) Eastbound. No. 2, Atlantic Express, arrives 7:61 a. m., departs 8:25 a. m. No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrives 11:61 p. m., departs 12:09 a. m. No. 8, Chicago & Kansas City Ex press, arrives 6:45 p. m., depart 7: 45 p. m. Westbound. No. 1, California Express, arrives 7: SI p. m., departs 8: 15 p. m. , No. 3. California Limited, arrives 11:05 a. in., departs 11:25 a. m. No. 7, Mexico & California Express, arrives 12:05 p. m., departs 1:45 p. m. Southbound. No. 27. El Paso train, departs at 12:35 P. m. Local freight train, No. 99, south bound, departs at 6 a. m., and car ries passengers. Arrives From South. No. 22, Mexico Express, arrives 7:j a. m. No. 1 runs direct to Los Angeles. No. 7 runs direct to San Francisco. No. 3 runs direct to Los Angeles and San Francisco. All trains dally. T. E. PTJRDY, Agent. D.5R.GL$y$tem ...SANTA FFbRANCII... Effective December 10,1905 504 The Intense itching characteristic of salt rheum and eczema Is Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve. As a cure for Kin diseases this salve Is uneqtialel. For sale ny all druggists. DO IT NOW. STOCK THAT COAL FOR NEXT WINTER. SUMMER PRICES FOR THE MONTH OF AUG UST ONLi. W. H. HAHN 4 CO. I.os Angeies, Aug bodily capture the dishing mountain m reams f the snow-capped Sierras, guide them iMi) mlies across moun tains and dtsert into the thousands of homes 01 I.os Angeleans, pronounced a sriat an engineering feat as was ever attempted is now almost certaiu to lie put to the teat. vol.. i i.. ,,iipi.hu if ualHr,111111 ""'i' MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Tut'jr ovri'oin W n1 . trrt-tfU-li Ity mul uiulKaluiia.tlicit u.t-1 irf tr and baiiirli " (uiii f in. ntt u- llull " 1 l,vy tf Mi sttlttf I1 li'Kirltt vvniiiaubua. uta.iirf lir vcloi'iiic lit of ur.4iia Mlttl biy. No kuniu rt'iiif.ty fr v mum rtul ; the in. i m it n ilu li trcn 1Kb !- l i f i iM K0TX CHEMICAL C0..i'i.4,O. KUK SALE 13Y ANN & SUN. t.AM 51TC ON OwCNi R1VCK. V 4 4 4 4 Source, Owens river. Distance from Los Angeles, 240 miles. Estimated erst, 22.4!)4.tM)0. Time for completion, 3 years. Capacity of conduit. 30,tn)0 miner's inches. New land that can be irrigated, 100.4HH) acres. Miles of tunnel, 17. Miles of conduit, 140. Men to be employed steadily, 5.O00. Average spted of water flow, t T. The nlan to i milts an hour. t ft A t t t A A A A the water frrm the river with a loO foot dam 37 miles abeve the lake, at an elevation of 3S"S feet above sea level. There are several natural reser voirs in tho vicinity. It will be necessary to build 17 miles of Hxli foot tunnel through solid A bomi issue of $1.5o0.ooo has been Krani.e mountains. The tunnelniK will tit'i ri in int lilt tunc iv innti v uuiui tiaiits and the city practically btands ""' enure hjs.eui. c mmifed kj the expenditure of at; Forty miles will bo along hill sides b-nM v-'i. .iu to turn the Owens and the remainder will require only nvcr and irs tributaries into Ima An-' the excavation 'f a ditch with the seles hydrants within five years. steam h vel, building n the conduit I.os Aimeies at tho rale it id grow-, and covering It over ngain. iii now will ,e thirsty by that time! Snperinicndelit Mulholland, who Is if n i Ions before. The city now de- in chaise of the project, sas tint the peiids m the ls Angeles river. fallinss ,f the Immense flow through t)itis nver. with a daily flow of a 14 foot cnannel a quarter ot a mile 4 Liii'm ri,,,is now Hinoties Into I w ill develon 90.4HH) horsepower, w hich ti.Mus U .e-. I- :, proposed to divert when to.u, will more than pay the Eastbound. Westbound. No. 426. Stations. No. 425. 3:00am Pueblo 4:35am Colo. Springs 7: 30 am Ar. Denver Lv. 12:51pm Eepanola 11:00 am Lv. Santa Fe Ar. 3:00pm Barranca 4:02 pm Servilleta 4:32 p m Tres Pledras 6:45 pm Antonito 8:30 p m Alamosa 2:11pm Embudo Trains stop at Embudo for dinner where good meals are served. ll:05pu 9:40 p m 7:00 p m 1:26 p m 3:30 p m 11:36 p in 10:29 p m 10:00pm 8:10 pm 6:40 a ra 12:26pm Comrades, Attention 7 Right Face-Forward March To the SANTA FE Depot and get one of those cheap tickets to the National Encampment at Minneapolis Minn. Rate J33.25 for the round trip. Tickets on sale Aug. 10 and 11. Final limit Sept. 1. This limit may be extended until Sept. 30, by depositing ticket with joint agent at Minneapolis until Sept. 30. A fee of GO cents will be charged for this extension. For full particu lars ask The Man at ticket window. T. M. PURDY, Agent IS & RIO GRANDE SYSTEM "Scenic Line of the World" Shortest and quickest Una from Santa Fe to Denver, Pueblo and Col orado Springs and all Colorado points. Connection at Denver and Pu eblo with all lines east and west. Time as quick and rates as low as by and other lines. PULLMAN SLEEPERS, DINING CARS, TOURIST CARS, CHAIR CARS. On II through trains. No tiresome delays at any station. Connections. At Antonito, for Durango, Sllvertoi and intermediate points. At Alamosa, for Denver, Pueblo and Intermediate points, via either the standard gauge line via La veta Pass or the narrow gauge via Sallda, mak ing the entire trip in daylight and passing through the FAMOUS ROYAL GORGE. Also for all points on the Creede branch. a. S. UAKNEY. Traveling Freight nd Passenger Agent. S. K. HOOPER. G. P. A.. Denver, Colo. . o Hill us? Feel heavy after dinner? Tongue coated? Hitter taste? Complex ion sail w? Liver needs waking up. loaii's Regulets cure bilious at'acks. L'5 cents at any drug store. o Give us your ROUGH DRY work, Monday, and get Is back Wednesday. Imperial Laundry Co. For Illustrated advertising matter or Information, address or apply to S. K. HOOPER, G. P. & T. A.. Denver, Colo. A. S. BARNEY, T. P. A.., Santa Fe, New Mex. 50 Santa Fe Central Railway System SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY. Fast passenger and freight service. Steamship tickets to all pans of the World. Connections at Torrance, N M., with the El Paso It outhet'rn. and Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific Railways. At Kennedy and Sat Fe, N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka ft Santa Fe railway. At 8nta Fe with the Denver ft Rio Grande railroad. Special attention given to handling of passengers and freight. Send your freight via the Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific rail way, via Torrance, N. M. Your business respectfully solicited. W. H. ANDREWS. . B. ORIMSHAW. Pres. and Gen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and Gen. jlgr. FRANK DIBERT, Asst. Secy, and Treaa. J. P. LYNG. A. b. QRIMSHAW, City Frt. and Pass. Agt. Traveling Frt. and Pass. Agt. GENERAL OFFICES SANTA FE, N. M. SUBSCRIBE FOR THE EVENING CITIZEN AND GET THE NEWS