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PACE SEVtN llf111 ,w.'Wi:irmg, - P.QRTIE mmm TUESDAY, DECEMBER 25. 1906. RES Vehicles ... AND ... Harness at Reduced Prices. PI i i i i i Comfort and Happiness Go Hand in Hand Buy your wife a pood comfortable rooker and she will gnet you with a smile. J. D. EMMONS The Furniture Man. EXSEEroancP A thing of beauty is a Joy forever. New Portieres will l.nnirn up tne home considerably. J. D. EMMONS The Furniture Man. OLD KRIS says buy your wife sonu tlim? useful as well as ornamental. .In tliia day of eominerci.il activity it In proper to buy something with commercial value. Therefore, Kris makes a few succestions from the large stock of J. D EMMONS The Furniture Man. wltbh he recommends to fastidious purchasers. Labor Saving Devices Are the Order of the day and the ladles are entitled to the benefit of the improvement. Buy a combination conch and bed. J. D. EMMONS The Furniture Man. .g. Order is the first law of Heaven. Have a place for everything nnd everything In Its place. A writing desk Is a good start. J. D. EMMONS The Furniture Man. Corner Coal Ave. and Second St. ON! "Teddy" Was AGirl, But Bell Was Game TRAINS 111 E THROUGH AN AMUSING MISTAKE THE FORMER ADJUTANT GEN ERAL OF COLORADO NAMED HIS DAUGHTER AFTER THE PRESIDENT. Very Satisfactory Test Made on C. & W. Railroad. What the Wire Said. "Train No. ti, C. & W. Railroad. Between Carrollton and 'Worthville, Ky.( Ik'c. 21 (.Spec al.l This . Is a test of the apparatus invented by Dr. A1t D. Jones, of Louisville, for tele phone communication between mov ing trains and stationary points or other moving trains. The train is running at. a hpee.l of about twenty miles an hour. The test is made under adverse conditions, the weather being muggy and the atmosphere dead. "In the party making the observa tions, beside the inventor are Theo dore Harris, president of the Ixmls ville National Hanking Co.; Judge John C St rot her. of IjouiKville; At torney James H. Duncan, of Can (ill ton; I. W. Orrell. manager f;:r the Carrollton Telephone Co., and James Gale, president and general manager of the Carrolllon and Worthville rail road. Kx-iovernor W. O. Bradley whh to have been present, but was prevented by illness. The train Is in charge of Conductor Charles Hughes and Kngine.r James Mony ban. "Successful conversation has been held, with Cincinnati and other points. An attempt was made to talk with Melville IS. Stone, general manager of the Associated Press, and Gen. Shel don, of the same service, a t New York. The New York connection was obtained, but owing to heavy weather conditions in the east the conversation was not satisfactory. The Iouisvillo and Worthville long distance telephone operators thein s"lven said they were unable to talk with the New York operators with any success. The numbers of the party believe that the success of the invention is established. "CHARLES T. MOOHK." LIFE MORE SACRED THAN COMMERCE. "Lite and limb are more sacred that Interstate commerce." This is the contention of the attor neys for the state in the case of Kred Peterson and John Glynn, engineer and fireman on a Union Pacific train, says the Railway Journal. The men are accused of exceeding the speed limit while passing through the town of Schuyler, Neb. Briefs in the case have just been filed with the clerk of the supreme court of that state. The two employes of the Union Pa cific were arrested and fined for run ning their train faster than ten miles na hour as prescribed by the Schuy ler ordinances. They appealed to the supreme court, alleging that the or dinance constituted an unreasonable aarf unconstitutional interference with the handling of interstate commerce ami the United States mail. There was a pretty bad wreck on the Magdalena branch Tuesday noon, says the Socorro Chiettain. As the train from up the hi'.l was crossing California street at the Crown mill a wheel on a freight car broke in two In the middle, ami three cars loaded with ore from the Kelly mine were derail' d and turned partiy over. The passenger coach remained m the track. No inconvenience it iil'cil to the passeti'-M'i s. utib ss. HiKihly, -nnii of them objeit'd I') a short walk to their hotels. U. E. Cain, who will leave the Roek Island January I. has a position wait ing for him on the Denver Rio Grande. Tie' new position gives hint the distinguished title of assist aat to Vice President C. II Salachs. and was created (-specially far him. It is reii.iited that the Santa Fe will Knur .'ixL-uv u-itli lh.. ...1 hin-it. I era that are being use;! west of Wins low. The oil fire is severe on the boilers of the locomotives. If this is true, the Santa P" will be after more Gallup coal The Itl.uk biolheia and John Mur phy, ihe Rock Island train robbers, hae been s'lltent'tj tij fcj.Tve swell years each In Ihe federal pi'-soii at Ptrt Leavenworth,, Kan. Waster Mechanic1 I. C. Hicks and Mrs Hicks left h- if Saturday night far the I'acilic coast, where i! is their purpose to i, .lnam ever .New i ear. t Denver, Dec. 24. Yes. Miss "Ted dy" Hell is a girl. Her full name Is Theodora Roosevelt Dell, and it all happened through a very peculiar mistake. Gen. Sherman Hell, former adju tant general of Colorado, and general of the Colotado national guard dur ing the labor troubles in the Cripple Creek district, Is a personal friend of President Roosevelt, with whom he served in Cuba during the Spanish war. On Oct. 11, when Gen. Hell wna inspecting some of his mining prop- district, he received information that his him a son and heir, the general that he at. once and on the erty in the gold the surprising wife had borne So dated was started for hc.nu a, - jNv j. - fff -:-,' C' (( " III w . VvK - ' c- Vt way telegraphed the glad tidings to the pro.-c'd'!it and advised him that the ' boy-' would be named after him. Upon reaching home the former rough rider discovered that the Infor mation had been tangled and that "Teddy" was a girl. Nevertheless he was game and so he telegraphed ihe president: "The boy is a girl, but tlx- name will stand.' The mother consented, provided the name be Theodora. , And that's how little Miss "Teddy" Hell is famous, the first girl in the world to be named after President Roosevelt. The little miss has al ready received some pretty gifts from the mistress of the white house. V . . . Knnc1E.VKr,T Bf.UL. and hmf nurse luMJIiIKtiLVbv K I 'H i One Night Only DEC. 3 1 St W.M. M(G(pv. l'rosents tlic Merry Musical Mixup 's Family9 Book by Hal Stephens Music and Lyrics by H. B. Linton A MCRPY RIOT OF FUN AND MUSIC. Headed by Those Funny Comedians McCABE and MADDERN THE REAL LAUGHTING SHOW PRICES 50c 75c and $1 Seats on sale at Matson's Thurs day, December Z", at ! o'clock. SOME PEOPLE HAVE A NOTION THAT SPRING IS THE ONLY TIME TO BUY A BUGGY. THAT NOTION 18 COSTING THEM MONEY. WE ARE MAKING FALL BUYING TOPUL LETU1 TELL YOU HOW. GOOD PICKING IN BOTH D E PART M E N TS. Albuquerque Carriage Company Cornr First Strttt and Tllmra WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices i3EszmminajnnB B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. j j j j VISIT OUR NEW STORE 212 NORTH SECOND STREET WE HAVE THREE FLOORS COVERED WITH THE LATEST I . olTLbS ON THE MARKET OF - JffitiL Carriages, Buggies, SVWrfxr-r Roundabouts, Etc., Harness & Saddles, Lap Robes Horse Blankets J. KORBER & CO., ALBUOL CROUE. NEW MEXICO v - a MISS TIIKDl.miA IKJOSKVK I.T DKl.l. AN' I) 1 1 Kit M'KSK. Elk's Opera House. INSURANCE MAN APPLIES ' FOR MARRIAGE LICENSE: MATINEE and NIGHT OFFICIAL MATTERS FEARED HER FRIENDS ;JAN. ONE, "I907" Notary Public Appointed. Koss Al. Merril of Alliuquerqiie. ALFRED R. CHEEVER, ROSWELL, n,','nalill ) ccurity, has be. n :iixdlited TO WED LAURA A. SIMPSON, SANTA FE. a notaty public l,y (Jnvi-rnor Ma mer man. Alfred K. Cbeever. of U sw( II, was Krant(d a license to wed l.auri A. Simpson of Santa F at the office of l'robate Clerk Walker yesterday. Ar ranneiiH'ti's were tlie made with Itev. Htiph A. Cooper of the First Drc-vhyU'rian chureh over the tele pbo.ic and the prospective bride and Ki-ooni imim diately departed for tiie residence (if the reverend K;.Hlem n to ! ive the ceremony performed. Mr. Cheever is a sjeclal ag nt for the .Mutual Life Insurance company. li. was formerly connected with the United States land office at Santa Ke u. hut M. K. (Hero, registrar. It was tin re he wooed and won the jdy. THANKS, AWFULLY The employes of The Kveuitij; Citi zen are deeply indebted to the firm of j RothenbeiK & Schloss for a box of El Kraterno clours, with the compliments of the season, and everybody is smok ing up. To ft el srotifr, have Rood appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and en joy life, use Ilurdock lllothl Hitters, t.ie ureal systtm tolc and builder. Articles ef Incorporation. 'I'be following -rticlcs of incorpora tion bave been li!'d in tl Illc.. of Territorial St i retary J. W. Haynolds: The Taos Te!t oliiiac cimpany. I'riti filial iilace of bnsinem at Tsus. Taos ft.-imf y. Territniial ;'ireiit, Thomas IV Marti- at Taos, Capit.l stock Jlo. i'"o, divide, i.ito one tbousatid shares of Hie par vah f $lu each. i'om nienciiiir l.iisiin s with t-. Object operating local ;:nd ior.t; distanct tele I lione lines. Duration lift v years. In- corporators. Isaac V. Dwire. Curol I). Dwire. Frank C. Fllis. Thomas I. ' Mania, of Taos and .luan . Vliril of i Talpa. Hell ami l'y Contracting com pany. Itinciial place or business i New Mexico, at Raton, Colfix county. I'erritorial asent. Krnest Ruth at Ra- 1 ton. Capital stock SLTi.uuu. Object gea- ral eontiactins business. Duration, fifty ytars. Incorporators (ieorRp Hell j and Marl-in J. Smith of Pueblo 'oun-1 ty. Colorado, end A. Levy -or Muer ftno county. Colorado. The cimpa.'iy was incorporated originally in Colo- i rado and filed amended articles to comply with the laws of New Mexico. WOULD "RAG" THEM MAMIE GRAHAM AND VANCE GREEN MARRIED THIS AFTER NOON AT COUNTY COURT HOUSE. Jules Murry's Comedy Co. I loaded ly Miss FLORENCE GEAR -IN- "I just know my friends will rat; Hi lo death. s please ibm't put it in the papers that we re married," plead ed Miss .Mamie Craliam at the court bouse yesterday, where Justice of Hi I'eice Miguel Ch vcy. si'ld the words that made her the wife of Vance (ireej. an employe of the San ta Ft Mamie and Vane, are colored. "Your friends read The Kveninir Citizen lo find out the news and if they discover that your wedding Is left out they will feel the paper is not Kelti:iK what they v;y for," sugfrestd the reporter to whom the ubove a pca was addressed. The newly married couple will re side at r. lo West Lead avenut . (4 The Marriage of Kitty. The Biggest Comedy Hit of the Past Two Seasons. THIS YEAR FUNNIER THAN EVER BEFORE. MATINEE 50c, 75c and $1.00 NIGHT 75c $1. and $1.50 Seals on sale Saturday, Dee. 2!Mh. Ask for JAFFA'S KRACK KREAM BREAD and take no ther. Itch: Itch! Itch! Scratch! Scratch Scratch! The more you scratch the worse the Itch. Try IVian's Ointment. It curts plies, eczema, any skin itch inn. All ili'UKKists sell it. A Miraculous Cure. The following statement bv H. M. Adams and wife, Henrietta, Pa., will Interest parents and others. "A mir aculous cure has taken place In our home. Our child had eczema 5 years and w.ih pronounced Incurable, when wo read about Kloctrlc Bitters, and ((included to try it. Hefore the sec ond bottle was all tnkn we noticed a change for the better, and after tak lui? 7 Isittles he was completely cured." It's up to date blood modi cine and body buildlns tonic. (Juar anteed. 50c and $100 at all drusgists. King of All Cugh Medicines. I Md. K. (5. Case, a mail carrier of Canton Center, Conn., who has been i in thii I!. S. service for about sixteen years, says: "We have tried many I coiirIi medicines for croup, but Cham berlain's CoiikTi Remedy is king of al! and oaf- to be relied upon every time. ' We also find It the best remedy to.1 jconnhs and colds, plvlns certain re- i suits and leavinw no bad after ( fects " For Bale by all driiKRists. A Citizen Want ad does the work. KILLthe COUGH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr. King's New Discovery FORfj rONSUMPTION OUCHSand iOLDS Prte 60c & $1.00 Fret Trial. Surest and Uuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONEY SACK. Dr. vvillltinis'Iniltnn Pile i lintniudtwill cure Blind, Hk'cUiiH' and Kt;liln l'll( s. 1 1 ulisnri'H t lie tumors. iIIuvh tlie itcblti at ein'c artA .in a PtttiUlro. LF'lctt ltislnnt rn. In f. lr. ililanis'lndnin 1'ile Oint ment l-tlircoarctl f.lr I'llfwuiwl li.'h. Ini? xt llin piiviu.. p;iriM. I'.vcrv lox Is i. iirninic i. jiv (irii: iri-'s. 1'V until on m c lft of rrlt". Mt rent untl if I.(h. WILL llhS KWJFACTURINa CO.. it..pm.. I, via" i. u 7,71? FOR SALE HY S. VANN & SON. B. A. SLEYSTER mix fs THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kindt of Fresh and Salt Mtasa. Steam 8ausage Factory. E.MIL KLEINWORT. Masonic Building, North Third Btrart, W. E. MAUGEP WOOL with Raaoe A Mauser. Office, 115 North First St. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room S, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. lllii COMING IN OUT OF THE COLD we appreciate a perfectly heated house, but It Is not every house that Is properly warmed. If vnnn Is InnU. lng In aay wuy, or if you are unde cided what Is the best system to in stall In a new house and need Infor mation that is trustworthy anj .ni.,. able, let us know of your trouble. We are specialists for hot water, hot air and steam heating. Standard Plumbing &He3!ing Co TOTI A OR AO I Dealera In Groceries, Provisions, uratn and FueL Fine Line of Imported Wines, Ltqtart and Clgara. place your order tat this line with us 213-218-217 NORTH THIRD 8TRJC BECKER HOTEL New Management, November I, 1906 Opposite the Santa re Depot ADOLPH BECKER, Proprittor BKLKM, M. M. RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE. REAL B3TAT. LOA.N8. Automatic phone 451. Room 10, N. T. Armljo Bulldl. THE HIGHLAND LIVERY BAM BROOK BROB. Prop: LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLB SADDLE HORSES SPECIALTY. The "Sadie" for mountain parties an at special rates on week rfa Auto Phone 604. No. 112 John SI A. E. WALKER, riRE INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Aaart tloo. Office at 217 West Rallraoa avenue. ' W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANS FER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE niTi Second Street, between Railroad aa copper Avenue. OffDUoonBanDfiBEainzB H n I'll. rciliic' a itit.t Santa - tl i s run- Ct m i ,i! from l .t:l iiv to ti t A lay iht-r b-a. to tlitniiic dvs "pia ml con;ip;ri(!i- u:iKeii the wbitl oMi'iti. lmHiis Kfsulets '" cents r box) cancel the liver. ton- the .-'uiii. ic.'i, cure iji.it lou. n u a a a 0 D 0 II H a n n H H 0 H H B B n B fl B U H B U B B wwp,WWWWWWMMMMMMWMMMMHSMHHBBMHBBBHHHMHflMMHHBMHHHB B -joaoototoBotoctoeotoeotot c tojotototototoootototototot Its Location 13 EI. EN IS :il MILKS SOi:TII 0' AI.HI'QL'ER Ql'E. N. M . AT THE JUNCTION OF Till: MAIN I. INF. OF THE SANTA FIC SYSTEM I.EAUINO EAST AND WEST FROM CIIR'AtJO, KANSAS CITY. r.AI.YESTON AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGE1.E3, AND FROM TIIE EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS. l.'jdO BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS, 25x 1 4' FEET. LAID OUT WITH 11ROAD 80 AND 70 FOOT STREETS. WITH ALLEYS 2.) FEET WIDE. WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK ANT) GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, COSTING $1C.(H)0; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1,500 PFOri-F; SEVERAL LARCE MERCANTILE ES TABLISHMENTS. THE DELES PATENT ROLLER MILL. CAPACITY K.O BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, ETC. BELEN IS THE LARGEST SHIPPING POINT FOR WOOL. FLOUR WHEAT. WINE. BEANS AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO ITS IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAILROAD CITY IN THE NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE ESTIMATED. t e c ac oocoootos)oooa loeototototototoootottocotot COME TO BELEN. N, IVI. 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 Townsitc The Belen Town and Im provement Co. jOHN BECKER, Pies. WM. M, BERGER, SeCy. 0000K00Oa0 K0000Gs0OtOt0000Otl 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 LOIS OFFERED ARE IN THE CENTER OF THE CITY, WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IMPROVED BY CULTIVATION); NO SAND OR GRAVEL. WE NEED A FIRST-CIASS, MODERN HOTEL AND A GOOD, UP-TO-DATB 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. 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