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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1006.
ICC SEVEN. iLEcgUEnorE i:vi:MN'; nnzi-x. SUPERIOR AIR TIGHT. A A w m 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 kH THE FURNITURE MAN Corner CmI and Second .... BOTH PHONES TRAIN ROBBERS ON TRIAL AT LAS VEGAS The Black Brothers and John Murphy Taken From Pen itentiary to Las Vegas. Job Black, James Bluck and John Murphy. the alleged train robbers who have been held for snfo keeping at . the territorial penitentiary, were taken to L8 Vegas yesterday In charge of. Deputy United States Mar Khal Harry Cooper and Sheriff Cleofes Romero, of San Miguel county. The trio will face trial during the present term of the United States court for the Fourth Judicial district for the third time on a charge of holding up , a train two years ago at Ixntan. N. M. The two previous trials resulted In hung Juries. At the last term of the court the case was continued on account of the absence of one of the witnesses for the prosecution. The Rock Islanad engineer whose train waa held up positively Identities the three men as tne robbers. The pris oners. It is said, expect to prove ali bis through witnesses who will tes tify that they were at work at the mines of the Sunnyslde Coal company at the time of the train hold up near 1-ogae. A. A. ROBINSON RESIGNS A8 PRESIDENT OF CENTRAL Railroad in Mexico It Came Very Suddenly. Iftx President A. A. Robinson, who resigned from the head of the Mexi can Central, November 10, left El ' Pase Monday night on the Rock Is land In his private car for New York, says the Herald. Mr. Robinson per- sistently declined to talk about the reported transfer of the Mexican Cen tral to the Rock Island. It became known Monduy, however, that the resignation of Mr. Robinson as president came suddenly and was ' due to certain developments which have not yet been made public. Mr. RoblBHon was planning a trip of in spection over the road whh Vice President C. R. Hudson and E. K. Styner, Reneral .manager. .At the last minute Mr. Kohinson declined to make the n ip and, instead, announced his resignation. The following day the inspection party left the north without President Robinson. The party is scheduled to arrive , in 21 Paso on the 16th. It is said that Mr. Robinson had con. temnluled resigning from the Mexi can Central for at least a year, but he had been urged to remain awhile and the circumstance that the resig nation came at an unexpected moment is explained by the fact that no an nouncement had been made in ad vance, as Is the general custom, and the news was a complete surprise in railroad circles. Up to this time Mexico City papers have published nothing concerning the reported sale to the Rock Island, and the prevailing opinion there was that the government would take over the system. There has been no known development, however, which would lead to the belief that the gov ernment has been the purchaser. RAILROAD MAGNATES DENY SALE OF MEXICAN CENTRAL. Notwithstanding the denials that have come from B. U Wincbell. pres ident of the Rock Island system, hal that road has not taken over the Mex lean Central, the report that the deal has been carried through and that Mexico's biggest railroad system has become a part of the Rock Island is accepted as true in railroad circles, with the aniendmt'nt that it is believ ed the Ktiseo system has really se cured control, not tho Rock Island iropr. A. A. Robinson, president of the Mexican Central until Friday, who arrived in El Paso Sunday night en route, did not deny the reort of the ileal, but refused to state wlic'dcr or rot it was true. The rt mains of Hit- late 1,. R. Could, the Santa IV brakeman who met his death In a rear end collision near Victorville, Cal., passed through here yesterday on their way to Van Wert, Iowa, where interment will take place. Mr. Gould lost his life wbllu in the euk'ino of Santa Ke frelsht train No. 43, which was run into by Salt Ijike train No. 2.11, both trains being east-lnjiind. His right foot was cut off and lie received a number of Injuries, among others the fatal one in the form of a blow in the back of the head. The caboose of Mr. Gould's train and several ears were smashed into kindling wood, so great was the force of the compact. The Eveniim Citizen acknowledged tin- receipt of complimentary tickets for the Thanksgiving day entertain ment of the Ji.s Vegus Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. The entertain nien Is to be held in the Duncan opera house, at l.as Vegas, and a supner i to b served by Mrs. Duffy. .Music will be rendered In the l.as Vegas Symphony orchestra and a good time j generally Is promised. The iuvita- lions are utiiiue in style and ar.- In imitation of railroad tickets. ... I Myron Ruckle, mir of the most! popular trainmen in the Santa Ke i t-crvie , was instantly killed Saturday! momint: at .Meridian hidins. just west hi Williams. He was engaged I In repairing tho air hose on a car that was chained up when the cars came together and crushed him. Mr. Ruckles was 25 years of age. He was a native of New York, but came west lu early life. At one time he was a stenographer in tne omce oi General Manager WVlls, at Los An geles, but for some years had been In his last position, running out of Wins- low. He was a member or. tne im proved Order of Red Men and the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen. The management of the -Rock Is land railroad has Issued orders Tor new equipment to cost $5,000,000. This is in addition to orders previ ously Tslven this year aggregating $3, 000.000. Included in the new equip ment are 2,000 forty-ton box cars, 250 stock cars, 1,000 ballast cars, 660 coal cars. 300 flat cars, 2,500 hopper cars and nearly 100 passenger, postal and baggage cars. All the new passenger eauiDment are to have steel under- frame construction and the new mall cars are to be all steel. The demands of the engineers em ployed by the Delaware, Lackawanna & western railroad have been adjust ed at a conference between President Truesdale and reprsentatlves of the engineers. The engineers were grant ed a ten-hour day and an increase In wages aggregating for the road's 9(10 engineers 35,O00 annually. Mrs. E. A. Ford, wife of tho general traffic manager of the Pennsylvania lines, passed through here on the pri vate car Signet early yesterday morn ing. Mrt. Ford was accompanied by a party of friends and was on her way to Los Angeles. General Manager S. R. Grlmshaw. of the Santa Fe CentrHl railway, was at Wlllard yesterday, where he super Intended the loading of twenty-three cars of sheep bound for the San Luis valley, Colorado. Frank Dibert, assistant cashier of the Santa Fe Central railway, has re turned to Santa Fe from Eureka and other points in KansaB. where he went. ,a week ago on personal busi ness. Herman Schweizer, of the Harvey curio department, will meet a number of Hopl Indians from Northern Ari zona today.. He left or Gallup yes terday with that purpose In view. CINDERELLA CAREER OF EMIGRANT PEASANT GIRL CAMILLE CLIFFORD CAME l. STEERAGE SEVEN YEARS AGO FIRST A SERVANT GIRL, BUT GREAT VOICE MAKES HER A STAGE STAR AND SHE NOW MARRIES SON OF GREAT ENG LISH LORD. I i Special Corresi ondence. j New York, Nov. 14. In words of womleniK2t the show girls In the Broadway theaters nre discussing the one absorbing bet ween-the-act topic concerning the astonishiag rise to r-Miie and position of Camllle Cliuord, now the wife ot the Hon. Henry Lynd- hurst Bruce, son and heir of Iord Abcrdare, of England. "Isn't It killing?" the show gins say. ' '"And, gee whiz, 1 remember Camllle when she couldn't talk English, Rath er pretty. ys; iut nothing remarK able about, her voice." ' Camllle Clifford, or Camllle Otter- son, whichever her real name, land- ; ed la Boston from the reeking steer- 1 age hold of an emigrant ship only ; seven years ago. She came from j Sweden,' and aside from her pretty j face, hidden, however, under the j cheap clothes of the peasant girl, she.! was no different from the thousands ! of emigrant girls that swarm into the j country at the Immigration stations . every week. ! Camllle went to live with an aunt I for a little time. Then she obtained j a job as a domestic. She was a good cook and her mistress liked her. She helped her to learn the language. While baking pies Camllle sang folk songs, much to the pleasure of the mistress of the house. That lady declared, "The girl has a voice. It should le cultivated." Camllle had ambition. She Anally obtained a position as extra woman In a secondclass Boston theater. Her song made a "hit" and when Henry W. Savage formed his now famous "Prince of Pllsea" company in Bos ton, Camllle was given a part. She sang the "Song of -the Cities with great success. This was four years ago. The Bhow girl followed the com pany to London, after touring this country, and thre she was a popular stage figure. During this time the gay young son of Lord Aberdare fell desperate ly -In love with the pretty snow girl. if II i f ' I I , S- I I f ! .A. : -" . ' VP1 S&.-W ' - - C0C4K)tKCC00X00 Vehicles t .AND... Harness at Reduced Prices. 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 First Strut and Tljtrat Avaam ccoocooooocoo WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK CF COMMERCE. j j j VISIT OUR NEW STORE 212 NORTH SECOND STREET WE HAVE THREE FLOORS COVERED WITH THE STYLES ON THE MARKET OF LATEST 19 06 v. Tho love making was Intt rrui led by her brief Journey to America whtn she was signed by Charles Frohmaa. Her return to London w.ts follow ed by a Huffy qitairel with Enna '., to whom Camllle Clifford took a dis like, it Is said, ht cause of the lit ter's efforts to bear the popularity of the girl who had once been an emigrant domestic i Boston. The event which capped tile Cin derella career of Cnnillle Clifford was her clandestine marriage to uie young nnblenun, who for mouths had been on bended knee before her. The wed ding was celebrated at lndon'g "Lit tle Chu.c'i Around the Corner." Nothing c3ii now prevent Camllle, of the kitchen and stage, from be coming lady Aberdare. The young husband has fallen under the dis pleasure of his father, but Ixmdon cables declare there Is a good chance for an enrlv reconciliation. Carriages, Buggies, Roundabouts, Etc., Harness & Saddles, Lap Robes Horse Blankets KORBER & CO., ALBUQUKKQUK, NMW MsTXCO PASTOR'S RICH RODE YOUfiG WIFE ASTRIDE HER HORSES $100 Reward, $100. ThR readers of this paper will ba plea- ! pii to learn that there la at least one I dreaded disease that science has been ible to cure In all its stages, and that Is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now known to the medlr-iil fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional, disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure la taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying- the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strentjlh by building up the constitution ii nd HfinlHttnR nature In doing its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Its curative powers that they otter One I Hundred Dollars for any case that It (alls to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address: V. J. C11ENKV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by PrugKlsts, 75c. Take Hall s Family Pills for constipation. AND SO SWELL PITTSBURG SO CIETY HAS PRACTICALLY OS TRACIZED THE YOUNG WOMAN REV. MAITLAND ALEXANDER RECENTLY MARRIED SHE HAS $10,000,000 OF HER OWN. Ask for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and take no other. Famous Strike Breakers, The most famous strike breakers in the .land are Dr. King's New Life Pills. When liver and bowels go on stri..e. they quickly settle the trouble, and the purifying work goes right on. Best cure for constipation, headache and dizziness. 25c at all druggists. Give us your ROUGH DRY work, Monday, and get it back Wednesday. Imperial Laundry Co. 11 UK kite .mi DM m airimiir.. iTHlEVMjOUIICllCa. emctn!iATi,c .t.i AND WOMEN. L'm Rir i for apBKtnrsl rtirlil lil1IIIJlOoni, t -ntttii-D. i.r ul BrktioM uf Biiieou. tiLiabrui. r.iuii-M. and sut Miru ff-nt or pniMiiioiu. mii, irancr. in, lor TIL CuvoUr stat as. f4Ust. ITU r""J Mold hf nranh A. ZL. jT ot Mnt Id iain n ZyCfm ' txxtl". ti l CirmlAr mt on tmu Special Correspondence. j Pittsburg, Pa.. Nov. 14. Because j she rode astride In the steeplechase i tp.ces at the recent fashionable Sewlc kley Heights horse show, society has practically ostracized wealthy Mrs. ( Maitland Alexander, a bride of a few i months. I Pittsburg society has "not yet ap- proved or tho riding costume requir ing the divided skirts, and when Mrs. i Alexander tried he innovation In the steeplechase, the storm of criticism might not have been so terrific were it not for the fact that she Is the wife of the pastor of the hirst Pres byterian church, the most fashionable congregation of the city. ! Mrs. Alexander, who until last spring was Miss Madelaine Laughiln ; and Inherited something like $10,000,-1 000 from her father, a pioneer In the steel industry, is an excellent horse- j woman. She rode her own horse in . the race. She could Induce but one other woman to ride in the same kind of costume. That was a hairdresser, I who has a large patronage among the j wealthy women of Pittsburg, which fact added some fuel to the criticism, j Mrs. Alexander won the race, but ; got the plaudits of only a few of her i most loyal friends. Mr. Alexander Is also very wealthy, and members of his congregation are j seeking some polite way of informing him Jhat money does not give a ; preacher's wife license to violate the established rule of society. WCif S"" A 1 M ItS, MAITLAND ALEXANDEK. 8 MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR. My merchant tailoring shop Is up stairs over No. 20S West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronage of the public. All work guaranteed first class, as I have had fifteen years' ex perience in the business. Suits made to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed ana repaired. The specific I use will not Injurs the cloth. Ladles' garments also cleaned and walking skirts made to order. Give me a trial. O. BAMBINI. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS They ftrronMt WeskiMM, Irrofps lavrltv ntl uiltoitlUK:refts vitfv and banifch "imIih of menntrua Uim." They tia" Lift Hnfrt" toa-Jrlat Womanhood. aiUlnic d tc lopment of orirnliM and ImnJjt, No jlv thrm. Cannot do hrin-llf to tsi ''TiwniM a pi-aiipi. wt per .X " kw mull. Mli1 hv ds-tisrarUia. lfOTT CHEMICAL Jo..tbt.fa-tUh FOR fiALB BY ANN m fcON- THIRD STREET Moat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Msata. Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT. Masonio Building, North Third 8treeti W. E. MAUGER VJOOL with lUaoe & Mauger. Office, 115 North First St. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. O. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. REAL ESTATB NOTARY PUBLIC. Room S. Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. DRAINING A PURSE is not our source of livelihood we believe In giving honest work, honest materials, for nonest money. If there Is a single thing wrong with your plumbing no matter how little, no matter how big well be glad to at tend to It properly, attend to it at reasonable expense. Standard Plumbing & Keating Go TOfl t QRADI Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, H1& Grain and Fuel. Fin Line of Imported Wines, Liqtast and Cigars. Place your orders ta this line with us I13-215-Z17 NORTH THIRD STBXn Mr DRAG0IE Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, ant All Kinds of Fresh Meet, too North Broadway, corner of Wa6 lngton avenue. Albuquerque, N. Ml RANKIN & CO. FIRB INSURANCE, REAL BSTATft , LOANS. Automatic phone 451. Room 10, N. T. Armljo Buttdtm. THE HIGHLAND LIVER) BAMBttOOK BRO., fro. LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE SADDLE HORSES SPECIALTY. The "Sadie" for mountain ipexUea and at special rates on week days. Auto Phone 604. No. 112 John 8t A. E. WALKER, rme INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building eaiosf tlon. Office at 17 West RaUreal avenue. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANS FEB, STABLES. Horses and Mules Boufbt and Ex changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE OITY 8econd Street, between Railroad anA Copper Avenue. M XX n 0 H H H H n n u u n n n a 11 H D a n 099 oomooo09oyo0909omom its Location BE1.EN IS 31 MILKS SOUTH OF ALBUQUER QT'E. N. M, AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADING KAST AND WEST FROM CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY. GALVESTON AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGELES, AND FROM THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS. 1.0(10 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS, 25x 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, COSTING $16,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPUIATION OF 1.500 PEOPLE; SEVERAL IJVRGE MERCANTILE ES TABLISHMENTS: THE BEI.EN PATENT ROLLER MILU CAPACITY 150 BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS. RESTAURANTS, ETC. BELEN IS THE LARGEST .SHIPPING POINT FOR WOOL, F1X)U11. WHEAT. WINE, BEANS AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS IM POKTANCR AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAILROAD CITY IN THE NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT UK ES'I I MATKD. lOiOioaooec'ooooototooe c wototcteotocveocse GOME TO BELEN, N. 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 Townsite The Belen Town and Im provement Co, JOHN BECKER, fres. WM. M. BERGER, Sec'y. H n It It 0 H n it Ks00e0es) KOttXfXtt 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 80UTH. THE LOTS OFFERED ARB IN THE CENTER OF THE CITY. WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IMPROVED BY CULTIVATION) ; NO SAND OR GRAVEI 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. 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