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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1906.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PACE SEVEN. SEC 'SUPERIOR AIRTIGHT Hot Times Are Coming If you buy your heater of us. We handle the celebrated BRIDGE-BEACH . line of stoves and rang es. Prices and terms to suit all. v v . EMMONS THE FURNITURE MAN Corner Coal and $ BOTH PHONtS RAn diii i r j n n?J UttU IIIULII1U un RAILROAD ADVERTISING Railroad Man Says No Law Can Prohibit a FairandJust Exchange of Commodities. rv,mm.ntiiiij' on' the interstate com merce commission's interprets thej new law in regard to reciprocal j SANTA FE OFFICIALS COME yards of the local union depot and was Jieurlv killed. Ho survived his injuries and again entered the engine service with that same intrepid spirit. ! Hi- started to work for the Santa Fe in August, 1.S7II. w hca ihe road was being built to El Paso. He soon : scented a position as fireman out of 1 I.as Vegas and In eighteen months he i was given charge of a locomotive. In j 1 8H4 he was promoted to the pnssen I ger service nnd remained In it until ! this morning, when he left his engine I at the union depot after the last run I of his lone and faithful service. Mr finer is now going to content himself with retired life and, having collected for himself and family ! enough earthly wealth to last through ; life, will spend the rest of his life ; at his residence. K09 North Oregon j street, Kl Paso. ; He will send in his written reslgna tion to the railroad company in a few diiva and will be formally released from the, service. tempting to cross the tracks of the Kl Paso & Southwestern, a switch en gine struck the outfit, killing nnd mangling the horse anil smashing tha vehicle' to splinters. The occupants of the buggy were thrown out, hut escaped with a few bruises. The ac etHjnt. ocucrred nonh of the park, about o-e mile from the depot. m According to ml vices from Mexico City the officials of the Mexican Cen tra! are arranging to Inaugurate more rliiid niles on the first of Ihe year relative to the physical condition aad hahlis of employes in the train serv ice. The rules will especially refei to nnv defect, in eyesight of engineers and firemen, mid also to the drinking haMt Advices from Mtxtco City are to the cftVe that the damage done to the railroad by the recent heavy rains has been fully as great as reported, and that the construction depart ments of the roads In the central anil southern parts of the republic are now crowded with work preparatory for 'he winter tra... It Is reported that aiiumher of Mex ican Central conductors will be re lieved about the tirst of the year, and promotions made to fill trie vacancies. AGAIN YOU HAVE VOTED STARVED AND FROZEN MARINER FIGHTS OFF DEATH IN ARGTIC s vertlsing to mean that, notning oui money can be received for transporta tion, a railroad official says: Th railroads manufacture one com modity, transportation, aad it has a value which can be exchanged for money or its equivalent the same as any other commodity. No govern ment, no law, can declare that a com modity U not the equivalent of actual money without inviting ridicule upon itself. Personal services or commodi ties are exchanged between two parties for an amount represented in money. The entire manufacture and commerce of the United States, the credit between seller and buyer, Is represented: by a money value, not by an actual moaey exchange .You have uitcd for your party, you have voted for the best man. A vote Is a splendid privilege. Men have fought, nun have died for that right, the right to decide by ballot who shall represent you In your relation to so ciety. Your vole should be an expression of your opinion and party should rep resent people of line minds. Did you in this election, vote to in crease the value of your property or of your products, or to give your self or some one else a joiif As it Is the opportunity to labor that builds up any city, and as yon are justly proud of Albuquerque and want it to be the happy home ok at least 100,000 people, vou must certainly have voteu to make it possible for every man and woman to have a good Job. As evi dence that they do not all have that, I slaht von to the charity organization The special train bearing President that is, in Its way, trying to feed, E. P. Hipley and the largest number shelter and clothe many uuetur'oyed. of high Santa Fe officials ever in this Would you rather give ten dollars city at one time arrived from the tn charity than to make an investment south last night about a ociock. ine 0f n(ty dollars where it would be tne day had been a very tiresome one means of giving many times that tuim" spent on the "horneytoad division 1(0r work, whereby they would become AND GO, STOPPING ONE NIGHT i President Ripley Will Visit Cut-off on Return East In a ween Or So. and most of flie party sought beds at the Alvarado immediately upon ar- productlve, home-owning. Independent' self-respecting, real liberty loving San Francisco, Nov. 7. Adrift for nine long days and nights in a little fish dory on a bitter northern sea, suf fering unspeakable tortures, brawny Kmtl Hansen, able seaman, lives to tell the tale. Hack from the frozen north has he arrived, with one of the most re markable stories of suffering ever brought into port. Iast March Hanson . left for the j Alaska fisheries, there to put in the summer months catching cod. His headquarters were near the Cape Sariehef lighthouse on the island of Unlmak. On April 15th the little fleet of (lories, one man in each boat, started away from IKImalc for the fishing banks. It was to be a single day's work. A storm arose upon the Icy sea. Be fore It was possible for Hansen to get his bulkv boat started for the pro tecting arms of a projecting neck of land that sheltered a cozy nay, tn lml had driven him out beyond Cape Sariehef light ami toward the open Hansen saw others make the calm Helen cut off was deferred. Prest dent Rinlev said that ho had intended A tyro I moklnir the .trlu while coming to Al- in Dolltical economy knows all this. huoueraue but as he was anxious to No law can prevent a man trading spe the COilst lines officials, some, of lots. The railroads constantly traue . land with farmers in eliminating cur rival. The contemplated trip over the strong lin,ks in the chain of society? (Remember that no chain is stronger than the weakest link in that chain.) It you favor charity instead of in- aterti of the bav. He saw others ; turned, sued this way and that, and tossed and torn as he was.and one then the rescue came. dustry, you are supporting a weak system of government, one that win coinro in rlcht of wav. Many a bushel of potatoes or apples has been exchanged for a country newspaper subscription. The large city news papers at terminals will only take cash for advertising. Their position is totally different from the country newspaper. They do not care to trade with the railroads in exchange for transportation, because they would have more than mey needed. The railroads have always traded country papers transportation for ad vertising, and they will continue to do so as long as the two parties can agree to accept each other's product in trade an amount represented by a money value, but not by actual money. Actual money need not pass in any trade, and no specific law will 'ver hold that would aeoiroy ine power u pvchanee between two specific com modities, because besides being special legislation It would be fun damentally against reason. A govern ment bas the right to regulate com merce u:id to Indicate that service shall be returned for sen-ice, but it cannot ay that actual money snail pass between the parties from both sides of a transaction. Goods repre sent money, and transportation and advertising space are commodities. if the ruling of the commission re mains unchanged the larger systems of roads and perhaps others will make no contracts lo exchange trans IKirtation for advertising, not. even for traveling within htate limits where the commission has no jurisdiction. They will take tuis position rather than take chances of being accused of giving such transportation for the different states through which their lines nass. in order to enable the hold er to make an interstate journey. It might be construed as an evasion of law, though I am not so sure that this would be sound or equivalent to a violation. In mv opinion, however, such tremendous pressure will be brought lo bear upon the commission that thev will he compelled to reverse Iheuiselves by finding the" were in error and for this reason their action was voluntary and arbitrary, and, 1 am told, without firHt consulting the attorney general oi the I'nited States, If tkey had done so or his opinion Is hereafter obtained, he wHl, in my judement. tell the commission tha their ruling is not good law, notwilh standing the fact that nearly every member of that body is a lawyer. H will also. I believe, say that the fram- ers of the law never contemplated anything so absurd and drastic; that the law requires not an exchange in kind, otherwise cash, as the com mission has held, but an exchange of equal value, and that is exactly what the giving of transportation for ad ertising amounts to. In other words, we would not law fully, in balancing accounts, name a lower rale to the newspaper for the transportation it receives. It must be the same as is named in our pub lished tariffs, and the newspaper, per contra, must charge us its established rate for the advertising space we take. New York Commercial. whom were already here waiting him, certainly fail you in time of need. I, he had decided to come right through a a lovfr of humanity, with all Its and let the cut-off inspection trip go I weakness, as a lover of purity In gov- untii they were on their return home eminent, of cleanliness and decency from the coast, which will be In ten n politics, say to you in all kindness, days or two weeks. I without malice, that If you did not 'Ihe. suecial train or six cars, which Pst vour vote for the strengthening brought the officials here, left for the of lne weakest link, you threw your west this niorning with the cars of I v0te awav. I will not mention any General Manager A. G. Wells and Su-1 names or indulge in nersonalitles, as periuleiuleut Hilbard taking the place our recent campaign speakers have of the cars of General Manager itur- gaij mlt wm invite you to loou lev and General Superintendent K. J.) around and see if vou can find an in- Parker. The latter two cars with dustry where you could invest a few Messrs. Hurley, Parker, Oonnell, Dr. dollars (it is not expected in these Raster and J. K. Koontz formed a spe- times of concentration that you can cial which left for the west later in I own an Industry all to yourself, it re tthe day. quires large capital co-operatively In- Tnose in the party oeside Mr. Kip- vested) that would put you squarely ley were: Second vice President J- and fairly upon the ide or Uie up dory turned turtle and disappeared I lih her human rreignt Torever. j A ficht with sail and oar proved useless nnd Hansen was soon lost in dense fog. I linitn.l about hfm loomed tip the W. Kendriek. la charge of operation; Third Vice President T. Nicholson, President W. 1). Jansen, General Man ager James B. Hurley, Gardner La thrup, general counsel for the com pany; N. M. Rice, general storekeep er; V. 11. Storey, chief engineer of the system; General Passengi Agent J. M. Connell, R. J. Parker, of La Jun ta, general superintendent of the west ern grand division; Freight Traffic Manager J. K. Gorman; lienerai Freight Agent J. R. Koontz, General building of our city by giving people the opportunity to earn a borne end to eat meat. I suggest one such in dusirv and that, is woolen. We have the raw materials, a large market am already a small start in that line. UNCLE JOHNKY REALTY DEALS NEAR THE CITY OF ROSWELL One real estate firm has just made sales of lands in Roswell, Chaves county neereeatinir $252,546, includ urchasing Agent W. E. Hodges, Con-1 ng a uay ranch of 040 acres near Ha sut line Eneineer James Dun and G. c lunnell and General Manager a. Wells, General Superintendent I. L. Hibbard. of ihe coast lines; Chief En- gineer C. H. Phillips; General Passen ger Agent John J. Uyrne, and Capt. A. K. Payson of the coast lines. The last named is assistant to President Ripley witn offices at San Francisco. ! The local division officials here to meet the heads of the system were Superintendents James Kurn and W. K. Etter and Trainmaster P. Klpley. W. R. Brown, district freight and pas- smger agent for the Santa Fe at El Paso, and J. V. Key, superintendent of construction on the. Helen cut-off, were also here. a vessel with a charmed existence. Finally the winds abated and the sea sank down to comparative rest. But the biting frost had gotten in Its work. Hansen's feet and hands were well nigh frnten. Then he made some land many miles away from the point from which he had started. Here he lit a fire mid en deavored to- cook some tish. His sensitive stomach refused this. Hansen remained op the Island a day and then with a iir'et sea ahead ! of him started to make ;t back to Unlmak island. Tim task was a b ird one for his frozen feef. made it almost impossible for him to walk or n ne about In his little boat. His hau ls were in such a shape that he caul.! not hold the ropes attached to the sail or work the oars that might take mm back to his fellows. Tills was his fifth day out. On the sixth he neared the Capo Sariehef light. . Another storm broke and then he became almost a raving maniac. For three days the lil .e craft with Its Insane passenger tossed and COCOOCOO0OC0OOOOC00 Vehicles ... AND.- Harnes at Reduced Price. 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 Corntr Flrtt 8trtt and Tlira Avenue vkoooooooocc 4 0Cr0000000000OC VISIT OUR NEW STORE 212 NORTH SECOND STREK.T WE HAVE THREE FLOORS COVERED WITH THE LATE8T STYLES ON THE MARKET OF Carriages, Buggies, Roundabouts, Etc, Harness & Saddles, Lap Robes Horse Blankets J. KORBER & CO., ALBUQUCRQUX. NKW MEXICO WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT ! At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT 10 BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI. PROPRIETOR. The lightkeeper Baw him. He was taken to the lighthouse, where for days he hovered between life and death. He recovered sufficiently to be placed aboard a vessel returning to dreaded icebergs that seemed to make , this port, after weeks of agony. merry ynd cry out for his life. ! Now he is here, crippled for life, but And the storm raged and raged ami i itianklng His Maker that he was res raged. I cued from almost certain death at the Hanson's dory rode the storm like eleventh hour. WINS FAME FOR SNUBBING A KING uerman for SSu.ObO; five sections of land near Lake Arthur for $100,000, niiri number of other tracts the nriee of which foot up $12,546. Th llOti.OOO deal has uot yet been closed and a member of the firm has gone east to perfect It- A Year of Blood. The vi ar 1903 will long be remem bered in the home of F. N. Tucket ot Alliance, Ky., as a year of blood; which Mowed so copiously from Mr. racket's lungs that death seemed very near. He writes: "Severe bleeding from the lungs and a frightful cough hail lirought mi? at death's door, wiieu 1 began taking Dr. Kings New Dis- covery tor consumption, wuu ine FATAL RUN DOWN i tonishing result that after taking four BY SWITCH ENGINE. ! bottles 1 was completely restored and The family of Will Watson, a ranch- j as time has proven permanently man living near Alamogordo, had a cured." Guaranteed for sore lungs, narrow escape from instant death at coughs and colds, at all druggists. 5 o'clock Monday evening while driv-I Price 50 cents and $1. Trhil bottle ing in from the ranch. While at-j free. Mv merchant tailoring sbop Is up- Mairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave- nno when I solicit the patronage oi the public. All work guaranteed flraC- Much I have nad fifteen years' ex- nerienca in the business, buns maae t,i nrder. clothes cleaned, pressed ana renaired. The sneclflo I Use Will not injure the cloth. Ladles' garment also cleaned and walking bkiih maae to order. Give me ft trial. O. BAMBINI. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Frh and Silt Meatfc Steam Saueage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT. ' Masonlo Building, North Third StreA W. E. MAUGER WOOL with Raaoe A Mauger. Office, 115 North Flrt St. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. 1 MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS Th nvrroomt Wkn, lrrm lMrttvmf ufiikHiniiK,liiorevlirr n4 bnniftii " nttns of niciiKtruav tlt'ii.'1 Tlmy ait) tAf But!" loittrlnat woman!"""'. VftlopiiH-titof organs and body. NO known rvrntnly fur women equaw lv mull. Mom nv aniiw. TOTI A QIWMOI Dealers la Groceries, ProTlsloni, Hag, Grain and Fuel. Fine Line ot Imported Wines, Llquort and Cigars. Place your orders HI this line with us 218-216-217 NORTH THIRD STREW HOTT CHEMICAL 00. FOR SALE BY - . ANN & SON. B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. REAL ESTATE- NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6. Cromwell Block. Albuquerque Automatic Telepnone. n. One more woman has In en made famous by the infamous King Leopold, by snubbing his loyal highness. tian: sue said tne otner day. with of llelgium. Not because she would, a shrug of her shoulders, when seen but because she wouldn't take his i after nhearsal. "He Is disgusting gifts, made her the talk of Paris. She I and wears whiskers. It all com snnlibtd him openly and didn't try to ! nn need with a bunch of flowers and hide her disgust for his Immorality. ; then C3ine his card and then himself Her name is Camille Lycette. "Bre-: with a curtly bow. He looked so sina," they call her In France. She ludicrous that I couldn't refrain from was a ragged little girl, but her danc- i bursting into a fit of laughter, and ing was a revelation in grace and her thin in the confusion that followed ho beauty was alluring. The old king, . disappeared and I haven't seen him ever on tile lookout lor some new (it-1 since. Hut his name follows me version, sought her out, and then , every where and I am sure will until came the snubbing thai sent her name. 1 i he day of my death. My! How I spinning over two continents. loathe him." Ilreslna doesn't make anv effort to And Bresina looked the feeling she cover up the open scandal she created expressed. COPYfatOHT" HOW ABOUT THAT RANGE OF YOURS? Are vou sure it is in good work ing order, and will cook your Thanks giving dinner properly? Better be sure and Tiave It looked over. Range work is our specialty, and one will have to be in mighty bad condition If e cannot make it nearly as good as new. Drop a postal to usi as a little pre vention in time may save you and your Thanksgiving dinner from dire disaster. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co M. DRAG0IE Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, All Kinds of Frssh Meat. $00 North Broadway, corner of WsO lngton avenue, Albuquerque, N. SO, RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL BSTATOfc LOANS. i Automatic phone 451. 1 Room 10, N. T. Armljo Bulldlifl. L. II. SHOEMAKER General Repair Shop. Furniture packed and orated; su line and gas stores repaired- Next to Walton's drug tore, Boutt Third street. A. E. WALKER, INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building AMoeta tion. Office at 217 West Rallree avenue. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANS FBR STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THIS OVTYl Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. i .. , i i i THE TO KL ENGINEER OUT AFTER SERVICE OF 27 YEARS. J. K. Piper, the oldest man la the engine service of the Santa Fe on the El Paso-Albuquerque division, came in this morning in charge of the en gine pulling the Santa Fe passenger from the north and left his engine al'er twenty-seven years of faithful service with the road, says the F.1 I'aso Herald. For over tenTy-io years Mr. Piper held the throttle of a passenger engine thai pulled the regular train j between here .Hid Albuquerque. In all bis long service Mr. Piper was in only one wreck, which he es caped from tnosi marveloiiniy. It oc curred about tea ears au on the Santa Fe a little this side of las Cruces. The train was thrown into a ditch and the tireimm on Mr. Piper's engine was UuilU c.ile' l .Mid lost bis left mli On September I S l:'5. Mr. Piper was pinched between the tender of ihe engine and a baggage ear ia the n H H 0 H 0 0 n a 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 C H 0 0 0 0 0 000 00 K HE 1700000000 0 M 0 0 HHHHH M K000 I sK0 K0 Its Location BE! EN IS .11 MILES SOUTH OF Al.Ul.'QUBR QVK S M AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADING EAST AND WEST FItOM CHICAGO, KANSAS "itv f5Ai.vv.8TOV AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FltNCISCO. LOS ANGELES, AND FROM EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES PASO AND TEXAS. 1 OuO BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS, 25x 14.1 FFET. LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70 FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE. WITH BEAUTIFUL I.AKE AND PUBLIC PARK AND GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COSTING $10,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1.500 PEOPLE- SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ES TABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN PATENT ROIXER MILL CAPACITY 150 BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC. BEIEN IS THE LARGEST SHIPPING POINT FOR WOOL. FLO L'R. WHEAT. WINE. BEANS AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAILROAD CITY IN TiiK NEAR FUTURE TAN NOT HE ESTIMATED. IOtOOSOSOS0100000OtO0 fO000Oe0OsK'OC GOME TO BELEN, N. SV1. 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 Townsite The Town Belen provement and Co. Im- JOHN BECKER, Pres. WM. M. BERBER, SeCj. K99 ocosooexee A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN. EAST AND WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH. 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 ARE IOW 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, Koooooceceooeoooo H0M000000000:000000MnnH0B0000000ttMMM000000000000HMMH n d u n H n n n n n n u n n r n n to to to' to n. to tt to to to to