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SATURDAY, OCfOBSA 20, 1906. PAGC SEVFW. I' f Q2G.OO STOP! LISTEN! 3 YOU NEVER HEARD OF THE LIKE BEFORE A FIVE-HOLE RANGE WITH WARMING CLOSET, 18-INCH OVEN, TWO GRATES, WATER BACK OR RESERVOIR. $29.00 ON TIME $26.00 GASH J. . EMMONS The Furniture Man Corr Coil ind Second BOTH PHONES I The tnth annual tneetlnji of the Railroad Signal nsftorlntlon, comprls ! ln more than 800 mpnibers from practically all countries of the world, ! met at VaHhlnpton, 11. C. the other day, to (Hbcush the moans mid ineth- ! oris of signaling useil hy railroads, I and to recommend standard methods ! and practices. ! ... I It Is rumored In railroad circles I througnout the country that there Is ! to be ii lilg strike among the swllch , men of all the railroads of the conn Itry in the near future. There Is noth : Ing authoritative about It. RICH STRIKE IN T AND MINERS 'EXCITED A BATCH OF LOCAL HAPPENINGS. A NEW RECORD v. BY THE RN LIMITED Sjuvial Correspondence. 1-as Cruces, N. M., Oct. 19. A strike of great richness was made in the Torjiedo mine about two miles from this city this morning and the cltiiens here are very much excited In conse qtienre. In unwatering a portion of ;the mine workmen tinder George K. a vein of 73 per three years of the life of the organlz- r ALT. V-' ... "' , ,, . I .7.i. tion of the mine whlcn Had been death and diaaMllty claims MUled up , worked llnder form owners. but up to August 1 of this year la the first 8triklng a c,imM1t of water seven months o 906 the payments m)ne abandoned because aggregated $95 .148.96. and the , gnfflclent capacity to over- on i (J ii ii i mr i ur cii li i c roi in a ed to lie $1,6(10,000. In ten years, ONE TRAINMAN IN FIFTY - NINE DIES IN SERVICE Figures given in a statement mrtde I by A. E. King, its secretary and of Railway Trainmen. In the t wenty-. - "'- EMgreer John Treadway on engine JJo. 638 made a record run from Dodpe City to Hutchinson last Fri day night. He started out of Dodge City with the Santa Kes fastest train, No. 4, forty- five minutes late, and brought it Into Hutchinson on time. It was running at the rate of seventy-five miles an hour all the .way from Dodge City and it Is a rec ord that Mr. Treadway may be prouil of. He lives In Hutchinson although his runs are on Nos. 3 and 4 from Newton to Iodge City, says the Hutcninson News. The "Bostonians" orchestra wus here last Friday night, coming In on No. 6 from Colorado Springs By some mistake their baggage was not put ob No. 6. and No. 8 was bringing , It to Hutchinson. This would have brought It in too late for the enter tainment and the matter was taken up with M. F. Wray, agent for the Santa Fe here. Mr. Wray could not locate the baggage by wire for a lit tle while, but he finally found it and asked permission to bring It to I Hutchinson on No. 4, the train that, carries no baggage or express. It was a big thing to ask, 'but Mr. Wray InsiEted on it and the transfer was made at Dodge City, delaying No. 4 for forty-five minutes.' The baggage was needed here and Mr. Treadway pulled out of Dodge City with the system's fastest train with orders to make some time. He made the time and got the baggage here in time for the show at the Home theater to pro ceed. It was a fast run all the way through, but the Santa Fe was able to do the work as it always is In case of a pinch. ..... -.,.. TO CONTINUE ROAD TO ARIZONA OUTLET Additional evidence of American enterprise in Mexico is furnished by a projected railway in Sonora. It will be the means of opening a most val uable mining territory hitherto kept from advancing because of Its' copi. paratlve Inaccessibility, except by burro and wagon trains. As origin ally Intended the new road was to be built from Hurt l.olos, on the Sonora side of the Gulf of California, to Ca lierca, a distance of about fifty miles, concessions for which had been ob tained. After surveys had been made the field looked so promising that it was determined, if possible, to extend the line 160 miles farther to Tucson, t crossing the boundary line at a point near the junction of the Altar and Magdalena districts. A concession has recently been granted by the Mexican government for the strip from Caberca to the boundary line. The route from the gulf port to Caberca has been completely survey ed, and the work of building that portion will begin early In Novem lier. Surveys of the route between Caberca. Sonora and Tucson will be taken up by the railway engineers next month, or just as oon as the rainy season Is ended, and will be vigorously pushed to a conclusion. As soon as practicable construction work will begin and every effort made to have the new line between the gulf and Tucson completed at an early date. As Port Lolos is about 3CHJ miles above Guaymas, on the gulf, the new line will save about 250 miles. . GENERAL TICKET AGENTS ELECT NEW OFFICER6 The American Association of Gen eral Passenger and Ticket Agents, representing the Important railroads of the country, are holding their fifty first convention at Atlantic city. N. J., and are talking over business mat ters in secret session, uie rate bill being one of the topic. John J. ISyrni-s, of the Santa Fe roast lines, assistant passenger traf fic manager, said, in his address, that 10 per cent of the people travel for health, 40 per cent for business and no per cen: for pleasure. France travels 20 per cent more than Amer ica. Talking about cla-s passengers, he said some Americans wanted to pay 2 cents a mile ant others were will ing to pay . Th dunes of railroads are plain: First, in giving tiie ser vice; second, share the existing traf fic service; third, create nt w traffic. At the election of officers hi Id. C. I.. Stone, of the I.ouiMllle k Nash ville, was the unanimous choice for president; O. ,H. Taylor of the New Knglaiul Navigation company, was elected vice president, and . M. Hurt, of the Hoston & Maine, was re elected secretary. Atlanta, lla., was chosen aa the next place of meeting In 1307. The following pew members were admitted: W. H. Tailor. Southern railroad, and J. K. Falrlamb, New York Central. Robert F. Cunningham, who fur the patt twnety years has held a position with the Santa Fe ra Iron i. either in San Bernardino or Los Angeles, has resigned his place to accept the secre taryship of the Deiiair I. and conipiny, and, for the preseut, . will make bis headquarters in Us Angeles. The company with which he is associated Includes Superintendent John Pi-nair of the Needles dhisi.n. and other capitalists, and they control a large tract cf iand In Stanislaus county. from 1896 to 1905, Inclusive, the pay ments amounted to 18,830,648.63. and $3,175,961.20 was paid prior to 1896. At the close of last year the broth erhood had a membership of 78,534, and It Is expected that this will have Increased to 85,000 before the end of the year. The ratio of claim pay ments Is one to fifty-eight. That is, one member out of 59 dies or Is killed In the service, and this Is significant evidence of the extra hazardous work In which the members of this organ ization are engaged. come the water were not at hand. Re cently the mine changed hands and the new management proceeded to un water the old workings. After this had been accomplished prospecting commenced, with the result that the strike above mentioned was made. In unwatering the old workings steel drills, the drilling hammers, the rails of the tramway and other articles were found, showing with what haste the former miners had left, the work ings when the water vein was struck. it Is sakl to be the intention of the present owners to organize a $3,000, 000 company ti develop the mine. OP CATTLE IN SOUTHERN ARIZONA REPORTS SHOW THAT YEAR HAS BEEN A MOST SUCCESSFUL ONE WITH ALL THE CAT TLEMEN IN THIS SECTION. The fall roundup on, the ranges of southern Arizona Is now nearly com pleted and from all reports this year tias been nn unprecedented one with nil the cattlemen of the district, says the Blsbee Miner. From every side come reports yf great prosperity among the cattlemen, whllo the calf crop is unprecedented In size In some cases, as with the Green Cattle com pany, where, an average of 90 per cent, was reached. T. P. Blovins, a rancher or too San Simon valley, wag In the city yester day on business, leaving on the after noon train for Douglas, nerore going he stated that the roundups In his spc tlon were now almost completed. The San Simon Cattle company, which is Just about to close its roundup, has met with great success, wore than 12.000 cattle were gathered In, he stated, while several thousand calves were branded. Cattle are universally fat, the abun ant growth of grass nurtured by the rains of the summer supplying them with excellent food. Considerable anxiety Is being felt among cattlemen, as the "present dry spell promises to eradicate their gain. These, however, are things which time alone can settle, and for the present It may be said with truth that the cat tle Industry of this section has Im proved wonderfully during the season just passed. . MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BIN I, PROPRIETOR. WEST BAM- My merchant tailoring shop Is up Malrs over No. 209 West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage of the public. All worlt guaranteed first class, as I have had fifteen years' ex perience in the business. Suits mads to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and repaired. The specific, I use will not) injure me cioxn. jjRmev gar menu also cleaned and walking skirts made to order. Give me a trial. O. BAMBINL OsX3CCOaCCCCanoC0 White House Restaurant and Lodging House MEALS AT ALL HOURS BAR IN CONNECTION. No. 209 8outh First Street. Opposite Santa Fe Depot. MRS. D. ARIAS, Proprietor. The New York Saloon and Rooming House 315 South Second Street. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS One Block From Depot and Two Blocks From Postofflce, P. 2IT0, Proprietor. Vehicles .AND.- fe Harness at Reduced Prices. Never can tell when you'll mash a linger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or scald. Be prepared. Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain quickly cures the wound. , have occu- COMING EVENTS CASHED PAY CHECKS AND i . Small Paragraphs. SKIPPED OUT WITH MONEY j Realty company T"" 'l.'..nLlt3ki'D ,he omce un " re"'n".v wcl'-; November 6. Mahara'g Minstrels. iHMta, ., . on ft- pied tiy jionnam & wane. November 8 Mv Friend Prom Ai- lfilrroiTnlrm In Ml wnilkoo f.ir fash. I t.... , n i .1 . ""'Cll.uir O. 3iy r 1 IfllU r 1 OIH AP ... ....... ........ rim. i. r. jarv, I'lieiiimi ui uic UK- 1 Kansas. .us muim xc .c ... i- ricuiuiTai conege, nas returned from Knvemher 11 Tha moM t,a t,a a trip to Ainuquerqiie. Munirav Novtrjiber 15. Uncle Josh. November 26 Uncle Tom's Cabin propriating the money for his own ! use. auuui a jear u8u naiusciupi... Amado Chaves, ex-ass stant Rimer- while working with a gang of Greeks intendent of public instruction, is the on the railroad near Reading, was 1 of Ml. am Mrs. 12. C. Wade. sent to Kmporia by his comrades to t 4 VI C A at th rolleee will1 cash their pay checks and bring them the money. He carried out the first part of their direction to the letter. 1 but after obtaining the money, amounting to about $."100, forgot to return to Reading and incidentally kept the $500. County Attorney Roberts, who seems to be the only person in town who knows anything aliout the affair, says that Kalogero plon will doutfcless be released owing to the fact that there are 110 witness es to appear against, him, the gang of Greeks having long since scattered. H. V. Jacobs, superintendent of shop Improvement for the Santa""Ve coast and gulf lines, accompanied by his chief clerk. Royal Mack, are In Chicago conferring with President E. P. Ripley. On the return trip west they will Rpend considerable time at Texas shop points looking after the Installing of the bonus system.- They will probably be In Topeka at the time of the annual meeting of the company. A switching crew has been station ed permanently In Santa Fe by the Denver & Rio Grande railroad. It is planned to send out a train of sheep every day during the remainder of this :id during next month over the Denver &. Rio Grande. . James J. Ford., the western freight agent of the New York Central lines, with headquarters In Denver, was here yesterday on business. He left last night for the north. send sevtral delegates to the conven tion of Y. M. C. A. at Doughs next 1 week. The Minervo Literary society, a col- , lege organization, held a very enthusi astic meeting. One of the features was ' the solo by Miss Seeger. The Stenographers' association of . New Mexico Is holding a meeting. Be- 1 cause of the absence of President F. E. Lester, J. A December 10 The Holy City December 14 King or Triumphs. December 29. Hooligan's Troubles December 31 My Wife's Family. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Rico Hotel and Bar No. 111 North First 8treeL DINELLI A LENCIONI, Proprietor. WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS. Meals From 10 Cents Up. Lunches Put Up for Travelers, Rooms By Day, Week or Month. SOME PEOPLE HAVE A NOTION THAT SPRING IS THE ONLY TiME TO BUY A BUGGY. THAT NOTION IS COSTING THEM MONEY. WE ARE MAKING FALL BUYING POPULAR. LET US TELL YOU HOW. GOOD PICKING IN BOTH .DEPARTMENTS. Albuquerque Carriage Company Cornir rirtt Strt and TUra Avenue O00000C0aK3X)X Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works R. m. HALL, Proprietor Iron and Brass Castings; Ore. Coal and Lumber Cars; laaftlajw. Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iroa rroata fsv Bulldinft. u .. t -11 .liiiaJ mnmtra on Mining an mill Maahlnory a epooiolty ronndry east aid ot railroad traek. Alsiqiaraaa, U. WL PIONEER BAKERY 8IMON BALLING, Proprietor ! (Successor to Balling Bros.) 1 WEDDING CAKES A SPKCIALTyJ We desire patronage an guar antee first class biUing. 207 South First Street. ''uquerque. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. Gr nral Bclldfng Supplies SCREEN DOORS Both Phones Third and Marquette W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. ! LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANS-j FBR STABLES. I Horses and Mules Bought and Ex- j changed. I BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CIITY j Second Street, between Railroad and! Copper Avenue. Department of the Interior, United States Land Office. Small Holding Claim No. 2999. Santa Fe, N. M., Oct. 19, 19ilti. Notice is hereby given that the fol- Anderson is presiding. 1 lowlng-named claimant has filed notice Prof. Vernon, he agriculturalist atcf "his Intention to make final proof In the college, and necretary of the Mu tual Horse Breeders' HKsockU Ion. is arranging for a colt show here the coming month. News hns reached here of the mar riage of Ralph French, proprietor of the Ideul store, to Miss Freda Mytlng er, daughter of D. S. Mytinger, the jeweler. In the east. This came as a surprise to the friends of both. Miss Mytinger lived here until recently; but had to leave because of the effect of the altitude upon her health. 0 How's This7 We ofter One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot he cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. b J. CHUNKY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. We, the undersigned, have known V. J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe him perfectly honorable In all bualneas transactions and financially able to carry out any obligations made by his tlrm. Waldlng, Klnnan & Marvin, Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, O. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Testimonials sent free. Price 76c. per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Take Hall's Family Pills for constlpa tlon rllslDtj I lUi jj(r fnLrlttendant tfpon liSHUtLJ If Li Ll iLu V the moot critical period aJJ 0f her life. Becoming support of his claim under sections 16 and 17 of the act of March 3, 1891 (2b Stats., 854.), as amended by the act of February 21, 1893 (27 Stats., 470), and that said proof will be made before A. E. Walker, probate clerk at Albuquerque. N. M., on December 5, 19tib, viz: Juan Garcia y Samora, of Carpenter, N. M., for the Tracts 1, 2, 3 and 4, Seclon 19, Township 11 North, Range 6 East. he names the following witnesweB to prove his actual continuous ad verse, possession of said tract for twenty years next preceding the Bur vey of the township, viz: Francisco, Montez, Leonard Sklnaer, J. M. Skin ner and Marcellno Crespln, all of Car penter, N. M. . Any person who desires to protest against the allowance of said proof, or who knows of any substantial rea son under the laws and regulations of the interior department why such proof should not be allowed will be given an opportunity at the atiove mtntloned time and place to cross-ex- j amine the witnesses of said claimant. and to offer evidence In rebuttal of that siibmiUed by claimant. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. a mother should be a source of joy to all, but the suffering and danger incident to the ordeal makes its anticipation one of misery. Mother' Friend is the only rernedy which reli ves women of the great pain and danger of maternity ; this hour which it dreaded as woman's severest trial is not only made painless, but all the danger is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are n longer desp ndent or gloomy; nervousness, nauaea and other dist etbing con tions are overcome, the system is made ready for the coming event, and the aertous accidents 60 common to the critical hour are obviated by the use of Mother's Frie.id. "It is worth its weight in gold," says many who have uted it. $1.00 per bottle at drug stores. Book containing valuable information of interest to all women, will be sent to any bddrei free upon application to BRADFICLO REGULATOR CO., Atlanta. Q NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. ft.ou.ers friend Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M., Sept. 22, 1906. Notice Is hereby given that William O. Tight of Albuquerque, N. M., has tiled notice of his Intention to make final commutation proof In siiDDort of I his claim, vlr: Homestead Entry No. 9112 made April 2, 190C, for the NE 1-4, Section 23. T.p. 10 N. Range 3 E, and that said proof will be made before the Probate Clerk, at ! Albuquerque, N. M., on November 6, i 1906. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of, the land, viz: M. F. Angel!. C. E. Hodgln, Charles Etne, Mrs. John Brown, all of Albu querque, N. S.. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. KILL the COUCH and CURE thk LUNG 8 WITH Dr. King's Nor Discovory rONSUMPTION 0UGKS and iOLDS Prlca 6O0MI-OO Free Trial. Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TBOUB IJ:S, or MONET BACK. VISIT OUR NEW STORE 212 NORTH SECOND BTREBT WE HAVE THREE FLOORS COVERED WITH THE LATEST 8TYLE3 ON THE MARKET OF Carriages, Buggies, uyJJL. Koundabouu. Ltc Harness & Saddles, Lap Robes rs e Blankets J, KORBER & CO., ALBUQUtRQUK, HKW MtXICO WE FELL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices Dr. "Williams' Indian Plla P4 LOIntmentwill cure mind, I III I rwle.'U!"R snd Hulling XJIm I IWPIleH. lmlmorbHltKi tumor. unuy me iicniiiKatnni'e, ku a potimce, Kvr mmani re- wiuiuniH inmnni'iieuint. merit is nrf pare J for PI Inn and I U'ta- Ing of Dili private purts. Kry box Is warranted. Hv druinrUta. hy mall on re- c-lpt of prlc. M c. ntri and I.(MI. WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.. Prop. nvelai.U. Olilo. FOR SALE BY S. VANN & SON. Ir-T SL- I I I lH-f. 1) What weary work! to take care of several fires. And how strange that people do so, when modern HOT WATER or STEAM systems warm the house THROUGHOUT by the same amount of coat ordinarily burned by one stove. IDEAL Boiler and AMKR1CAN It dialer. STANDARD PLUMBING AND HEATING CO. a B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT 10 BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j Thos. F. Keleher Headquarters for Low Prices on Leather, Paints, Varnishes, Brushes and Jap-a-lac. 408 W. Railroad Avaaua B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE- NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. L. H. SHOEMAKER General Repair Shop. Furniture packed and orated; gaso line and gaa itovea repaired. Next to Walton's drag store. Bout Third etreet. 0. W. Strong's Sons STRONG BLOCK. UNDERTAKERS Superintendent Fairrlsv tad Santa Barbara Cematerlea. MONUMENTS tei-IU N. Second St.. Both Pkeote. THIRD STREET. Moat Market All Kindt of Freeh and 8a It Meat Steam 8auage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT. Masonic Building, North Third StreaS W. E. MAUGEB VJOOL with Raaoe A Mauger. Offica, 115 North Flret 8K ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. TOT I a OR API Dealer In Groceries, Provision. Ba& Oraln and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines, Lkraarv and Clears. Place your order Cssi this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STBSBm M. DRAGOIE Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries, Cigar and Tobaeee All Kind of Fresh Meat. 100 North Broadway, corner of "Wi lnaton arenae, Albuquerque, N RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE. REAL BSTATSV LOANS. Automatic phone 461. Room 10. N. T. Araljo Bulldta A. E. WALKER, riRE INSURANCE. ' t Secretary Mutual BulMing As tion. Office at 217 West Riiiw. arenue. H It n D it H H fi n H a a H U U n H m u at M H H H a H B It H &emeesceeemceKm C tCHeoeKoaoaeso Its Location EELEN IS 31 MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUER QUE, N. M., AT THE JUNCTION OK THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADING HAST AND WEST FROM CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY, GALVESTON AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO. LOS ANGELES, AND FROM TIIE EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS. 1.000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS, 2hx 140 FEET, LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70 FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH BEAUTIFUL IAKE AND PUBLIC PARK AND GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COSTINO $16,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1.500 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ES TABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN PATENT ROLLER MILL. CAPACITY 15U BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, ETC. BELEN IS THE IJUtGKST SHIPPING POINT FOR TCOOL, FIXJUR. WHEAT, WINE, BEAN'S AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAILROAD CITY IN Tils NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE ESTIMATED. rO tO 00xOJOosoaoOC.,BOs rOtOtOtOtoaootcaooeocotO COME TO BELEN, H, M, Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe Railway The Belen Town and Improvement Company Are Owners of Belen Townstte The Belen Town and Im provement Co. JOHN BECKER, Pres. WM. M. EERGER, SeCy. KeooKeKoe K00Kec0a A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL CO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST, NORTH AND 80UTH. THE LOTS OFFERED ARB IN THE CENTER OF THE CITY, WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IMPROVED BY CULTIVATION); NO SAND OR GRAVEL. WE NEED A FIRST-CLASS, MODERN HOTEL AND A GOOD, UP-TO-DATE NEWSPAPER. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARK LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. ONE-THIRD PURCHASE MONEY CASH. TWO-THIRDS MAY REMAIN ON NOTE, WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR, WITH 8 PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES, IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS. KoeKeoeoeKeoaoaeK KoeKeceKeeKeCe)0oeKeoK n u ts ts u a a K ts u n u n n ts n n n E Hi U fe)