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SATS Pit) AY, JANUARY 12, I1M)7. PARK SLVF.X. PUPC91LR MONEY INTO A Sporting Notes EVEN INDEPENDENT ROADS r l l i ASK SWISS SUPERVISION Start the New Year Right Save Your Money for a in CIIBMIIG I HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET J- U. LM,llUNO,J Write far Booklet The Furniture Man. Cor. Coal & Second, East end Viaduct Cor, Coal and Second Auto Phone 474 Colo Phone R 177 BUILD ROADS TO THE SILVER MINES hiB rod of the rnslnp, tore away the step of the mall car, threw the renr trucks from the track and did other damage to the train. It Fecms like a miracle that no one was Injured, for at this point the Rio Orande ruim close to the cliffs, leaving only room enough for the single narrow gauge track. However, the train was run ning slowly nt the time and the boul der first struck the engine and was thus deflected. The train was de layed several hours by the accident. In Arizona- Several Branches From Southern Pacific Will Reach Properties. Twenty-five years ago one of the 1 greaAent silver producing mines of the mvthwest was the Stonewall Jack, at McMillen, twenty miles nor late net of Globe, Arizona. The nlM produced great slabs of native Hllwnr, with beautiful specimens of koa and crytaline forms that still are kept with pride in many a south westers mineral cabinet. It waa de vetoee to the depth of 1,500 feet and naa well equipped with milling facili ties, Work upon It was closed about twsartr years ago, the expense of op eraftea being almost prohibitive when the ayn of lower-priced silver or rferetf. It is now announced that a c.OMBrtay with strong backing is about to take over the old property, unwat er M and again make it a bullion pro ducer. Operation expense, with a raltoeod to Globe, will be little more tbxiB half that of a quarter of a center? ago. The road to Globe is a Har4 one, however, and the com paav proposes to build a new road, tweaty miles long, to Rice station on the Giln Valley, Globe & Northern railway. The McMillen district is full of good looking mines and prospects, which will be heard from if the new Son rn Pacific railroad into Colo ecomes a reality. This rail as been learned, probably the Gila Valley line running to-the Hi Cti- . orrison, the Santa Fe a... station, has resigned and re to Kl Paso. m m m 'd. the Santa Fc electrician "I is arranging to go to Chi r g been transferred to the g department at that Morris, wife of the loco Ineer, is thought to have langer point in her disease my's sanitarium, Law Ve il trimming In the way of well, the new Harvey lutchinHoiv, Kan., in to ,re. Probably this is for boys with their siutomo- an Expre.su company till figuring on a sched aed pay which will give t all of the employes, of ten per cent to all had not been promot ?ived an Increase for a issatisfaction to arise, lean officials are trying idjustment on a more e Employes' magazine . e which has been pub- llBi. 'ly for the emnlnveg of f sor th on ina. it a the to lull 11 1U I. IL . u . . . . ' - c, ...... ... boys of the local office Intend to send a story to the magazine each month. The New Mexican says: Mrs. T. J. Tonge and young son arrived In the city this morning from Albuquerque, where they have been visiting friends for several days, stopping there en route from Ketner. Mrs. Tonge is the wife of the newly appointed su perintendent of motive power and rolling stock of the Santa Fe Central railway, whose headquarters are at Estancia. Mr. Tonge was expected in the city on this evening's train to Join his wife and boy who have taken apartments for the time being at the Palace hotel. While in Albuquerque Mrs. Tonge and child were guests at the home of Irving c. Hicks, master mechanic of the Atchison, Tnpeka & Santa Fe railway. m ,'-.-"' IlIG liOI I.DI K I i:i.i. ON MOVING TRAIN A tifteen Ion boulder rolled on the lenver & Rio Grande railroad track between Buclurum aii'l Wo Grande water tank on Wednesday just as the passenger and freight train for An tonito, Colorado, which had left Santa Fe an hour and a half before, was panning. The boulder broke the drlv- ST. MICHAEL COLLEGE BOYS ON A STRIKE SEVEN YOUTHS OF CELTIC KX Tit ACT SKIDOOEl) Hilt HOME -lt)lll CAUGHT AT liAMY OTHERS RETURN. It U'ING. There are sixty entries for the Co ney Island Jockey club stakes for three year olds. The stakes are val ued at 120,000. Prince Loberisky for whom tIIIIp Cannon, the American rider will ride this year In Russia. Is a nephew of the Czar. If he cannot find a buyer within the next few days Colonel Robert Melville will again run Herculold, Mr. McCnnn. the Miner and Mel bourne. It has been reported that at least two tracks In Chicago will be allowed to race a limited number of days this yen r. All thoroughbreds registered in the book are one year old on Jan. 2. John Rogers has decided to win ter a string of horses at the Kentuc ky Association track and will not race this winter. He will commence his campaign In the spring at Lex ington with some promising highly bred two year olds. Willie lilake, a light weight rider of promise, will ride for Robert Tucker's stable nt Hot Springs, Ark , during the coining season. The three year old bay colt. Moko Tube, by Moke, dam Rosa, by Har row, has been sold by H. W. Price, of Lexington. Ky., to Lester Murphy, a trotting horse trainer, of Columbus, Ohio, for .'.noo. The colt Is engaged in the Kentucky Futurity and other big three year old races. August llelmont's horses in train ing at Newmarket. England. Include Lord Hastings, a five year old out of Lady Violet, which he refused to sell to King Kdward for a fabulous sum. SWISS TRAIN DECORATED FOH A TUNNEL DEDICATION. 7 a,;iw xsvii-Yi MOT EARNINGS OF GOVERNMENT llAIMCOAIIS IX TIIK ALPINi: ItKPl BMC AltH WOltTIIY OF xorici:. venicies -AND Harness at Reduced Prices. SOME PEOPLE HAVE A NOTION THAT 8PRINQ 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 Corner rlrtt Str0t and T(raa Aveou WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. This Is the third of I lie onirics de scribing the operation of national oMicrlilp tit railways In FuroM St. the Fe, There was an uprising nt Michael's college, conducted by Christian Brothers, at Santa Thursday night, when seven oys of Irish extraction took offense at a trivial matter and decided to return to their homes, says the New Mexi can. Details of the hiatus of the lails are lacking. Chief of Police James McIIughes was notified as soon as the boys were missed from their quarters in the dormitory and at once began a search for the missing students. Two boys by the name of Reilly, two by the name of Reel, one O'Brien by name and a boy named Hallihan. together with another lad who.'e name could not be learned, suddenly took French leave from the college anil caused the brothers in charge a few hours of uneasiness. A telegram was sent to Limy an 1 Mounted Policeman John W. Collier apprehended the itelllys and Reels, who were waiting for a train to carry them to their homes in Blsbee, Arl. Later the other boys decided to return and be good. At St. Michael's college the broth ers in charge would say nothing of the episode except that It was a trivial matter and that the lads were ashamed of their part in the affair. mo nFFFAT I'liAICS llr,.. HOT t'OXTKST. At the Traction park Casino last night the 'varsity girls' basket ba'l team defeated the girls' team from the Indian school by the decisive score of 25 to 6. Following the game, the first 'varsity team played an exhibition game with the second team, which they defeated by a mar gin of seven, the score being 21 to 21. The concert at the Elks' th ater last night kept the attendance down. The first game was characterized by the absence of rough play ani fouls which have marked previous games of the girls' team. J. R. Ab ner officiated as umpire, while Law rence Lee waa referee. The last half of the second game witnessed a decided brace on the part of the second team. With the score 1 1 to 7 against them, they tied the score. The team work of the regulars told, however, and In the last few minutes of play they won out. I!. Pratt umpired this game and C. Heald was referee. A dance followed the games. Many ills come from impure blood. ( an t have pure blood with faulty di ver and sluggish bowels. od Hitters strengthens Is and liver, and purifies YACHTING. There was a notable gathering of yatchtsmen at the annual dinner of the South Bay Yacht Club In the Ho tel Astor, New York a few nights ago. There was an interesting ex hibit of models of modern racing craft and Commodore Vanderbilt who presided said that yacht racing would become a science in the fu ture. King Edward's new turbine steam yacht, the Alexandra, will be launch ed on the 20th of this month. She will be used by his majesty In August next. The steam yacht Columbia, Mr. J. Harvey Ladew, X. Y. Y. C, has ar rived at Jamncla. She will cruise in the West Indies until spring. The auxiliary schooner, Avarona, ninety feet over all, has been pur chased by Frank Jones of New York from Mr. Runk She Is considered the fastest of his class afloat. The king of Spain will race both at Kill and Cowes during the coming season. He has two yachts especially constructed to compete for the Kais ers cup. The yacht designed by the Fifes, at Dumbarton, Scotland, for Sir Thomas Lipton, will take the water in a few days. Sir Thomas will tlrst try her speed nt the Jamestown Ex position yacht races. BILLIARDS. In the amateur pool tournament in the Broadway Academy, New York, H. Rapp, defeated Dr. Howe by a score of 100 to 40. This was Dr. Howes third consecutive defeat, one of which, however, was due t forfeiture. John Roberts the English cham pion, has sailed from London for the Cnited States. He will play exhibi tion matches in New York, Chicago and Boston, and will play In the world's championship during the Jamestown exposition. Ceorge Sutton is the new 18.1 balk line billiard champion In place of Willie Hoppe, who won the title in Paris and later successfully defended it In this country. Sutton becomes the title holder by reason of a de cision recently rendered by the don ers of a trophy the BrUwlck Balke Co. Although it was admitted that Sutton really had no legal claim to the championship because of his hav ing entered into a personal agree ment with Hoppe whereby the rules governing the emblem were violated, nevertheless It was decided to award the title to Sutton and not hold a tournament, in which various ex perts might compete. Sutton now holds the 18.1 and 18.2 balk line championship. Shaefer has now challenged Sutton for the 18.1 title. MISCIXIiANF.Ol S Chicago is to have a public golf links at Garfield Park. There are forty acres available for the course and Tom Bedlow is laying it out. Tommy McCarthy, formerly of the Boston Nationals, will coach the (By Harry i. Farmer.) (ieneva, Jan. 12. During the Inst twenty years Switzerland has been gradually buying the railways of the country from private companies, un til now nearly all the lines, with n 1,500 mileage, are In the hands of the government. Last year the earn ings were $24,135,474. and the ex penses $16,031,389, leaving a prollt of $8,104,085. The railways in the country are divided into the Western Central, northeastern and southern divisions, all under the direction of the general government. Several small lines that have not yet passed under federal control prefer to operate under the supervision of the government, em ploying government men and using government rolling stock, as they have found their earnings to Increase by this method. Since the government took over the railways big reductions have been made in fares, the lines being operat ed not so much with the Idea of making money as for the purpose of public usefulness and encouraging tourists to visit the country. The charges are almost the lowest In thj world, being three cents a mile tlrst class, 2 1-5 cents second class and 1 3-5 third class. Excursion tickets are Issued at fare-and-a-hnlf for round Journey. Totirlni; .Made Kasy. The "abonnement" system of Bel glum Is In force In Switzerland. A ?16 second class ticket entitles the purchaser to trattel anywhere he wants in the country us often as he wants for thirty days. This ticket also allows the holder to have free transportation on all the Swiss lake steamers. This thirty day "abonn- mcnt" holds the record for cheap travel In Europe. A purchaser has only to send a note to the head rail way olllce telling where he wants to go on his tour, and he receives In return an exact statement, with hi.i Itinerary drawn on a map, times of trains and guide books. No I'roc Passes. There are no free passes in Switzer land, everybody from the preside it of the republic down having to pay his own fare. All employes, from director-in-chlef to switchman, are divided into nine classes, entrance front one class Into a higher necessitating an ex amination. All posts are filled by open competitive examination. All conductors-must know German and French, and many can speak Eng lish and Italian. The highest salary paid Is $3,000 a year, which goes to the directors of the railways; the lowest is $240 u year, drawn by switchmen. A general passenger agent gets $1,800 a year, a conductor $600, and an engineer $400. The to tal number of employes is 27,151. The Hospital Cur. The trains make first class tlmi, some (raveling at the rate of 56 miles an hour, and (he average speed Is about 32 miles an hour. Attached ti every express train Is a Red Cross car. equipped with everything that might be needed in the event of a disaster to give tlrst aid to victims. The maintenance of these wagons Is dead loss financially to the govern ment, and as accidents happen very seldom they nro scarcely ever need ed, but the authorities not being in the business purely for profit believe they should take every precaution to relieve suffering If the need arises. I A Few Words I The nevt of these artli'lcM will tell of government ownership of rail roads In Italy. Dartmouth base ball team next sea son. The continued cold weather throughout New England bids fair to make this one of the greatest Jockey seasons in years. Harvard, Yale, Prlncetown, Columbia and no end of smaller colleges are hard at work on the Ice. From present indications It looks as though the American Association will have more new players next sea son than any other baseball organiza tion In the country. Frank Farrell, owner of the New York Americans, will Join the colony of horsemen at Sheepshead Bay dur ing the coming summer. He Is now building a palatial residence on Long Island. At a meeting of the Southern League in Birmingham, Ala., the sal ary limit was placed at $2,700. Thomas Longboat, tho loin? ins tance runner, is In New York wlih his manager. longboat, whose home is in Caledonia, near Hamilton, Ont. and who conies from six nations of Indians, Is the champion long dist ance runner of the world. He wot the Marthon race in Toronto in Sep tember and on Christmas day ran ten miles in a race at Hamilton in 64 minutes and 50 seooii'K beating the record by three minutes. H is only '19 years old and w Mg'.is less (hen j 1 40 pounds. FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE CANDIES, AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. For Jiistli-o of l'euce. I hereby announce myself us a re publican candidate for re-election to the ofllce of Justice of the peace fo precinct 26, of Bernalillo county. 1 submit my record as Justice of the pence to the voters of said precinct. and solicit their votes. Flection, Monday, Janunray 14. GF.ORG K R. CRAIG. For Constable. I hereby submit myself to the vot ers of precinct 26 for re-election as constable for said precinct, and take this method of asking for their suffrage at the election which will be held Monday, January 14. J. II. SMITH. Cured of Lung Trouble. "It Is now eleven years since I had a narrow escape from consumption," writes C. O. Floyd, a leading business man of Kershaw, H. C. "I had run down in weight to 135 pounds, and coughing was constant, both by day and by night. Finally I began tak ing Dr. King's New Discovery, and continued this for about six months, when my cough and lung trouble were entirely gone and I was restored to my normal weight, 170 pounds." Thousands of persons are healed every year. Guaranteed by all drug gists. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. This gentleman has a few words to tell you. He says when you buy Horse Blankets or Lap Robes, insist on the famous 5A. They are long-of-wear and will give you the best satisfaction. We Sell Them Horse Clothing, Lap Robes, Whips, Axle Oils and all kinds of saddlery supplies. You ought to see what a fine buggy we can give you for $55.01. J. Korber & Co. In Our New Store No. 212 North Second Albuquerque, N. M. KILL the COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's flow Discovery ONSUMPTION Prlet OUGHSand 60c Ml. 00 OLDS Fret Tritl. Sureat and Uuickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNO TROUB LES, or MONET SACK. SDr. Williams' Indian Pill Ointment will care Ullua, llleetliiig ana Itching Piles. It absorbs the tumors. filluys the itching at once, acts us a Doullk-e, gives Instant re lief. Dr. WIllliims'liKllanl'lle Oint ment Is prepared for Piles and Itch ing of the private parts. Kvery box la warranted, llv dnu.rirlKtH. by mull on rft- ertiit of price. 60 ennta ami fl.OO. WILLIAMS MANUFACTURING CO.. Prop. Clf veland. Ohio. FOR SALE BY S. VANN & SON. Oil E I u THIRD STREET Moat Market All Kinds of Frrnh and Salt Mtala, tlaim 8auaag Factory. IMIL KLEINWORT. Maaonlo Building, North Third BtrMf. W. E. MAUGER VJOOL with Raaoe ft Manner. Office, 118 North First ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. 0. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. REAL, ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room S, Cromwell Block, Aibuquerqu Automatic Telephone 174. COMING IN OUT OF THE COLD we appreciate a perfectly heated house, but It is not every house that is properly warmed. If yours is lack ing in any way, or it you are unde cided what is the best system to in stall in a new house and need Infor mation that is trustworthy and valu able, let us know of your trouble. We are specialists for hot water, hot air and steam heating. Standard Plumbing & Heating Go TOTI A OH API Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines, Liai nd Cigars. Place your orders Mi this line with us. 21S-Z1I-217 NORTH THIRD STROP!. BECKER HOTEL New Management, November I, 1 90S Opposite tho Manta Fm Depot ADOLPH BECKER, Proprietor BKLKM, M. M. RANKIN & CO. FIRB INSURANCE, REAL B3TA7& LOANS. Automatic phone 461. ' Room 10, N. T. Armljo BmlldU. THE HIGHLAND LIVERY BAMBROOK BBOB. Prvj. LIVERY AND BOARDING 8TABLB) SADDLE HOR8E8 SPECIALTY. The "Sadie" for mountain parties aa4 at special rates on week dwym. Auto Phone 604. No. 112 John & A. Em WALKER, rmm iNmUHANCK. Secretary Mutual Building Ass sal tlon. Office at 217 West KaUrexsl avenue. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, BALK, FEED AND TRAM FER STABLES. Horses and atulee Bought and mm changed. BEST TURNOUT 3 IN THB CUT'S Second Street, between Railroad 4 Copper Aveane. mm A ik your uj: f.r it.N. V If he :... I tu, I '-V the XV1 t.th. r. 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LOS ANGE LES, AND FROM THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS. 1.000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS. 25xU0 FEET, LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70-FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC TARE A..D GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, COST ING 1,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1,500 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE HELEN PATENT ROLLER MILL CAPACITY 150 BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RES TAURANTS, ETC. HELEN IS THE LARGEST SHIP PING POINT FOR WOOL. FLOUR. WHEAT, WINE, BEANS AND HAY IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAIL ROAD CITY IN THE NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE ESTIMATED. - ooeeoeesvccceoosoo tt&0O99m9 sK COME TO HELEN, M. M, Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe Railway The Belen Town and Improvement Company Ate Owners of Belen Townsite j i ; The Belen Town and Im provement Co. jOHN BECKER, Pies WM. M. BERGER, Sec'y. KexeoeowKseo oexeooOw A Railway Center ALL FAST I.IMITFI) FXPltFKK, MAIL AND I RI IGIIT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FK WILL tJO OVFIt Till: MAIN LINK THROUGH TO RF.LKV, FAST AND WFKT, NORTH ANI) SOUTH. THE LOTS OFFERED ARE IN THE CENTER OF THE CITY, WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IM PROVED 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 LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRAN TY DEEDS. ONE-THIRD PURCHASE MONEY CASH TWO-THIRDS MAY REMAIN ON NOTE. WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR. WITH S PKR CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FoR MAPS AND PRICES IF YoU WISH T SECURE THE I'lli '1' 'EST LOTS. KeKOOoe0s0e)O00aK KeKsKooooexscKocc 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 r 00000000000000000 0000 00 000000000000 0000000 000000 000000000000 000000000000 000004