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rAGE SEVES. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PUTVOUR MONEY INTO A IILhx Start the New Year Right San Your Mono) Kit a in riiiiftMO I KOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET ) Ui CltirlUllOl Write for Booklet. The Furniture Man. Cor. Co A Second, East end Viaduct Cor. Coal and Second Auto Phone 474 Colo Phone R 177 number would not have been pan- i sender hnfl it not hoen for the fact I thut they had free transportation. Consequently. It Is nppr.rent that the Santa Fe at this time carries but few pansenKers other than railway employe, from whom a railway fare might !" collected. ! BARNEY, N. M ROCK ISLAND GIVES OUT SOME KILLS FIVE AT FIGURES ON Territorial Topics (IKMM'.I HOItsKH SI'.I.L I'OU ItKi I'llK IH The recent mile of condemned horses held at Fort lluachuca by th? Kovernnient was renmrkable in the hish avertiKe prices attained, thi? thirty-four horses brinKlng a totul of J2.0T. One horse seventeen year old and In the government service fur ten years, brought $10 more than the government originally paid, prob- i ably establishing a new record. The ' averase price brought by the hors.vi was SfiO, the highest average figuto ever reached at a like sale In Al l-Julia ITALY'S RAILROADERS NOT ABLE TO STRIKE SS Fast Passenger Dashed lnt0 Open Switch Eight Were Injured. Showing Some Facts For Kansas Alone. Which Will be Presented to Legislature. TRYING TO PROYK A ; Ml ItPKItl K IXSAXK. Papers showing the temporary in j sanity of C. C. leigh w hen he mur I dered Jennie Ranters, lu Mohiv-5 I county, Arizona, about two years ! ago. have been filed with Governor j Klbbey. Attorney Leroy Anderso i will appear before the governor in an effort to establish Leigh' Insan- i(v and secure for him a sentence of life Imprisonment instead of hanK Ing. Governor Kibbey's reprieve of thirty-live days to Leigh will expire January IS. If no action Is take.i before that time he will be hung In Kingman for the murder. l - .... m i-.y-',- y wM : - - I ci tuts Running: at a high rate of speed, Rock Island passenger train No. 30, which left El Paso at 6:30 Saturday evening for Chicago, dashed into an open nwltch at Barney, N. M., 190 miles north of Kl Paso, early Sunday morning. Five persona were killei and eight Injured. The dead: H. F. Ackley, engineer. C. J. Redlleld, fireman, Alamo gorde. Hartley Spence, Corona, N. M. Aadrew Herron, Blsbce, Ariz. Mexican child. When the train dashed Into th. switch the engine left the track and turned oven, pinning the engineer and fireman underneath and killlns them Instantly. The express car, dining car and a Pullman were thrown from the track. Eight pas sengers were hurt, none seriously. www KTHKMAX' KNOCKED FROM CAB AND KIM-ED. Milton W. Morton, fireman on Itock iRland train No. 29, was knock ed or fell from the cab of his engine at Turquois, forty-flve miles north of El PaHo Saturday, shortly after noon, and was instantly killed, says the El Paso Times. Mr. Morton lived in Kl Paso, at, 212 North Florence street, and his remains were brought to this city. Just how the accident happened Is not known, as the- engineer was not looking In his direction at the time he fell and his body was so bruised by the impact with the earth that it Is impossible to ascertain whether or not he was struck by some obstruc tion before hitting the ground. He was leaning far out of his cab window as the train pasRed Turquois and one theory is that he was hit by a water pipe, which stood near the track, and knocked from his position. It Is said that he might have fallen from his position, losing bis balance in a sudden lurch of the engine. WWW The strike of the railroad clerks on the Southern Pacific in Texas has been called off. The Southern Pa cific officers finally agreed to let the clerks go back to work, in their old positions, ' where these positions have not been tilled. The clerks claim they have won the strike, and all of them who could get Jobs have gone to work. www Passenger conductors say their du ties are considerably lightened since the anti-pass law went into effect. The onlv trio passes presented now are by employes of the railroads The conductors generally seem to be pleased with the effects of the new law. J. K. Carlisle, of Santa Fe has been appointed as an extra clerk at the depot there of the Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe railway on account of the heavy freight traffic. CITY DIRECTORY IS BADLY NEEEDED TIIK EVENING CITIZEN VklLI NOON CJIVK TIIK CITV A FIRST CLASS DIRECTORY. I ine Aicmson, lopena & suma iesn() j, ADVERTISE Railroad company has prepared a ; AIORK KXTEXsl VELY. statement showing the number of j Manv merchants do not advertise passengers hauled in Kansas for thejtlull. hUSiness sufficiently because month of December, 0, together I thpv think of the cost of newspaper with the number who paid fare, the I BI,a"ce, never stopping to consider that number who rode on pauses and the i newsiaiier space, properly used, is number in each class of persons to whom passes were Issued, and the total amount of revenue collected from the sale of tickets used In Kan sas, says the Topekn. State Journal. This " statement will be presented to the committees of the legislature to which will be referred the various bills offered for the modification of existing conditions. A. A. Hurd, special counsel of the Santa Fe, gave out the percentages of the various classes of business to the whole number of passengers hauled. The number of passengers. i he declined to give out at this time, I preferring to wait until it had been presented to the legislative commit tee for which It was prepared. The statement shows the total amount of Interstate business, pas sengers hauled locally between sta tions within the state, during the month of December, to be as follows: Revenue passengers, 84 3-10 per cent of the whole; Santa Fe employes and their families riding on passes, 12- 10 per cent; employes of other roads riding on passes, 2-10 of 1 per cent; all other passengers riding on passes issued complimentary for all accounts including political, 3 1-10 per cent. The portion of the statement re lating to interstate passenger busi ness takes into account ail the earn Ings accruing on the Santa Fe lines within the state- of Kansas on pas senger busines both In and out of the state, and on business moving across the state, but originating and ending outside the state. The total number of interstate revenue pas sengers constituted l!i 6-10 per cent of the whole; Santa Fe employes and their families riding on passes, 11 in per cent; employes of other roads riding on passes. 1 1-10 per cent; and all other passengers riding on complimentary passes on all ac counts, including political, 1 5-10 per cent. After January first the per cent of complimentary transportation is sued for interstate trips will doubt less be less than it wus during the month of December ( 1 5-10) on ac count of the recent act of congress affecting the Issuance of passes tak ing effect on that date. This item, it will be noticed, was small in the December report because the Santa Fe ren.'.ly cut off the Ir suanee of Interstate transportation on August 28. Rut there will of course always be a greater or less number of passes on complimentary account, to those whom the law makes it possible to receive them, It will be seen from the statement that the persons other than railway employes riding on pases in Kan sas, that is from and to points with in the state, constitute but 3 1-1" per cent of the total number of pas sengers so carried. It is argued that 90 per cent if this an Interest paying investment. Many times a merchant will crowd a full page "ad" Into Awquurter page space, thinking that he is saving money by so doing. On the contrary, he is cheating hlms and he will find that instead of saving money he Is producing a loss in his business. Peo ple like to read large, well-displayed advertisements, and they hesitate n long time about reading condensed crowded "ads," poorly displayed. Enlarge your ad and increase your business. ttiuaitiauti The Evening Citizen will, In a very short time, start canvass ers out to secure names for a new city directory, which Is bad ly needed, as the last one pub lished by an outfit not familiar with the city, was the poorest excuse of a city directory ever issued In Albuquerque, and many names of prominent citizens were omitted altogether. It is the intention of The Evening Citizen to make the next city directory the very best ever published, and when com pleted it will prove one of the best advertisements for the city imaginable. The book will contain Illus trated, write-ups of the city, railroad shops, lumber mills, churches, university, schools and all other Important enterprises, besides advertisements and a complete directory of names from A to 25. A 80011011 of the book will also be devoted to a directory of Old Albuquerque, and the many points of interest of the "old berg" will be illustrated with ap propriate half-tone cut. The Evening CilUeji, with the exception of til year 1905, when an !inpysr,r Viv tiie name of ITALIAN FREIGHT TRAIN STARTING ON A Rl'N OXi: PEt'lLl Ml RESULT I'ROMition is In force in Italy, ana an ran- AKOLIMIIXt; PRIVATE OWXEIt w1jwwwwwwuwwwmwwjwwmwawllnwiwai,wtywstwwj Vehicles ...AND ... Harness at Reduced Prices. 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 POPULAR. LET UC TELL YOU HOW. GOOD PICKING IN BOTH DEPARTMENTS. Albuquerque Carriage Company . ' Corntr rirtt Strut and Tljwa Aveaum WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prfccs B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE. sun siimi; ;iii:at i;i i okms. This It the lust of four ail Iclct up on public owncr-lilp of railway In Furox. way employes are nominally soldUfis In reserve. Instead of n'.rlklng, the men emphasize their grievances through the medium of the socialist members of parliament. I'arps Iowcr. The government has decided on sweeping reductions in fares. At present the charges are 4 cents a mile for first class, 2 4-5 cents second and 1 4-5 third, but reductions of from 40 to 80 per cent go Into opera tion immediately Freight charges are to be lowered, and there Is a confi dent belief in Italy that before many years have elapsed the railway sys- that ni.ox a amox; Tin: LKADixt; coppr.i: nxi:s. The seven leading copper mines of the world, named in the order of their production, are: Calumet C llecla, Michigan; Anaconda, Ronton & Montana, Montana: Rio Tinlo, Spain; Copper yueen, Arizona; dreene Consolidated, Mexico, and the Mansfield, Saxony, Ciermany. These mines are called in the first class. with a production in 1905 of over 40,000.000 pounds of copper. Then there are eight mines that produced in 1005 less than 20.000,000 pounds In the order of their importance: United Verde, Arizona: Copper Range, Michigan; Calumet & Ari zona, Arizona; North Rutte, Montana; 1'nlted Conner. Montana; Arizona Copper, company, Arizona; ,Furkaw:, Japan, und El lioleo, Mexico. Ail of these several mines, as also otheis of lesser production, are making mil lions of money for their owners. lty Harry (i. I ni nicr. Specta I 'orrespondencp. Rome, Jan. 14. tiovermnent own ership of railways lu Italy Is a new venture. The lines have always be longed to the government, but until eighteen months ago they were leased to private companies. In Jtt05 the 1 tern of the peninsula will rival government took over the manage-j of Ciermany ment of most of the roads. S170 miles j . and since then there has been a great : Increase in profits and better treat- inent of employes. During the days of private owner- ship the Italian railways were the laughing stock of Europe. The trains never ran on time and the cars were always dirty. Toward the end the private operating companies let everything go to ruin, making no repairs ami capturing for themselves every possible penny of profit. The government in consequence has been compelled to undertake vast Improve- ments. Parliament has voted $69.- I 000,000 for this purpose, and will be asked next year for $80,000,000. Dur ing tiie next ten years S200.0O0.00O A Few Words This gentleman has a few words to tell you. He says when you buy Horse Blankets or Lap Kobes, 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 und all kinds of saddlery supplies. You ought to see what a fine buggy we can give you for $55.00. J. Korber & Co. In Our New Store No. 212 North Second Albuquerque, N. M. 0000OttOC)004Kl000i accidextaIj i-:xpmsion IX (ill VXD ( i:TltAh MIXI One day last weeK iwo native mill ers at the (Jrand Central mine got badly injured by an accidental ex plosion, says the Hillsboro Advocate. It seems that the two men wc-e wording together and had laid sev eral slicks of giant powder near a small fire for the purpose of warming the powder, and, one of the men handling a box of giant caps, acci dentally dropped the caps into the fire and an explosion immediately followed. The whole shooting match went off, injuring both men. The two unfortunates were taken to Iake Valley, twenty-two miles distant, where they were attended by Dr, F. I. (ilven and Dr. CI. V. Reals. It was found necessary to amputate the leg of one man below the knee, anl he was sent to Hotel Dieu, El Paso, AN OPTION GIVEN ON GAILUP FUEL CO MINE iusiu'.i: p.itTii-:s vno visited i TIIK JIIXK WKItH PLEASED WITH TIIE PROPERTY. KILLthe cough and CURE the LUNC8 WITH Monday parlies from llisbee were In the city looking over the Gallup Fuel company's mine with the pros pects of buying, says the Gallup Re publican. An option good until the 27th of next month was given b will be spent. '1 hese are vast sums ' ,he ,.lnI,uny. What action the RM In a country as poor as Italy, andjbpe ,,,,!,. wm take is. not known, are much greater than the private They were satlslled w ith the mill", companies could ever have expended, j ,'h(,v stHt).,i. and, may purchase it. There are now 634 engines, 702 pas- ; Jtsi.e has been troubled with n senger cars and 10,400 freight cars ' rou hortage all winter and work in under construction. , the ,I1PH Was greatly hindered by Results At Once. I the hortage of coal. The coul deal- The gross returns for the first year oould hardlv sunnlv the domct,- of government ownership exceeded .it.nlnlui H, ,iy after day the those of the last year of private man agement by $S, 000, 000. The reforms introduced by the government were so much appreciated that there has been serious congestion of traffic, owing to new business, something un heard of In Italy before. This Inter ference with the smooth operation of trains Is being slowly removed as new rolling stock is delivered. Salaries Haltl. Under the private ownership sys tem all the inferior employes were grossly underpaid, and one of the first acts of the government directors was to set aside $400,000 for added salaries and benefits to the common labor. The total number of employes is 100,000. The dlrector-ln-chief re ceives $4.K0O a year, division chiefs $3,000, engineers $540, conductors $40, switchmen $360, and signalmen $140. Willi lodgings. Each employe receives two weeks' vacation with full pay. Resides receiving higher salaries In some cases 5 per cent more than they drew under old conditions, the employes are not compelled to work such long hours. All employes are entitled to an old age pension, and in the event of death their widows and minor children receive an en- papers were warning the people to go carefully with their coal. It may be that thin shortage of coal In this big copper camp is the cause of tin" sudden interest in the Gallup coul Meld by the Rlsbee dealers. ri'he Copper Queen conipnny has large coal mines at Dawson, in till territory, but they are not able to get coal Into the town fast enough o keep the mines running continually. The C. & A. mines were also some what bothered by a coal shortage. the funds for which are was badly crushed, might be contributed partly by the government pay- for further and convenient treatmert and In the hope that the other lei, j dowment which w as badly crushed, might be . contrlbut kmv..,i from ami, illation. The other ! and partly by small monthly man escaped with a pair of bad:y merits by the employes. lacerated legs and the loss of hit The only drawback, in the eyes of trousers, which were partially blown the men, to government ownership is olT lilin by the force of the explos- the Irnpossimiuy or eueciiveiy mim ing. The government ny aecianug martial law can make every railway worker amenable to military discip line, and can try tnem for mutiny If , they refuse to obey orders. Oonscrlp- LESS DIRT, MORE PER TON, GENUINE W. H. HAHN & CO. HEAT $6.00 CAS COKE. "BOOST" YOUR TOWN. Every chunce you get, boost you; town. If you are a merchant, and a strangers enters your place of busi ness, be he tourist or capitalist, make his aciualntance and start into boost ing Albuijueniue with all the energy and vim (here is in you. Talk to him as though you were a book agent trying to sell him a "morocco bound volume." If he is seeking health, and desires to locate In a place wheie he will be benefited, Impress upon his mind that be needn't go any further: that he has arrived in a town that is famous the world over as a health resort. If he is looking for a place to Invest his money, point out the vast opportunities that lie in Albu querque for him to double his money. Let boosting forever be your motto. PILES I RED IX 6 TO II DAYS. PAZO OINTMENT U guaranteed to cure any case of Itching, Rllnd Bleeding or Protiidlng PMIes In 6 to 14 days or money refunded. 50c. Dr. King's Nov Discovory forC fONSUMPTION 0UGH8 and iOLDS Pries 50o$1.00 Fret Trial. Bureat and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and IAJNQ TROUB LES, or MONET BACK. Dr. Williams' Indian Pile Ointment will cure Blind, Uleviliiie and Iiculns ies. It abnorlm the tumors. -illuys the I telling at once, acta pnultlce, gives instant re Wllliams'luillnn PI le Olnt renared for Piles and Itch ing of the privaut parts. Every box la warranted. Ify druiraifft1, by mnll on re ceipt of price. 60 cent! and fl.Mt. WILLIAMS HsNUFsCIURINU CI., f rops.. (;i(veiaiiu. unio. FOR SALE BY S. VANN ft SON. frvlllFS 1 I I- II Irf'v u THIRD STREET Moat Market All Kind of Fr-toh and Salt Malta. Steam Sausage Factory. IMIL KLEINWORT. Maaonlo Building, North Third Btraet W. E. MAUGER VJOOL with Raaoa Maurer. Office, 115 North Flret St. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. O. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE- NOTARY PUBLIC. Room S, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. m :HK jail j'fcjK COMING IN OUT OF THE COLD we appreciate a perfectly heated house, but It is not every house that Is properly warmed. It yours is lack ing in any way, or It you are unde cided wd at lg the best system to in stall in a new house and need lnfor mat Ion 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 at QHADI Dealers In Orocerlea, ProTlalona, Stab Grain and FueL Fine Una of Imported Wines, tlqsm and Cigars). Plac your order Msj this line with as. 113-211-217 NORTH THIRD BECKER HOTEL New Management, Nerember t, 1906 Opposite thm Santa Pm Depot ADOLPH BECKER, Proprietor BKLKM, N. m. RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL, I8TAV& LOANS. Automatic phone 4S1. Room 10, N. T. Armijo Bnlldla THE HIGHLAND LIVERY BAM BROOK BBOm. Prop: LIVERY AND BOARDING 8TASLI 8ADDLE HORSES SPECIALTY. The "Sadie" for mountain parties aa4 at special rates on week days. Auto Phons 604. No. 112 John VS. A. E. WALKER, nam INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building kaaaam tlon. Office at 117 Wet ftaXraof arena. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRAMS PER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE C9T1 Second Street, between Railroad aai Copper Avenue. u 3 lvs stepped 111 and got out fioor excuse of a city directory, has published every directory tils city has ever had, and they have been credits both to this oflice and the canvassrra em ployed in gathering humes and dates for write-ups. J'roper bVnviku will be printed in a few days, and canvassers will no doubt be net to work on February 1. possibly sooner. U n n xx n H A H H n tt m u n 0 n H It ft n ii 0 ft ft ft ft ft Oetoeaaxxvaoee 00Cece)e)OOf m its Location UKLKX IS 31 MILKS SOI'TH OF ALliLyUKKQL'IC, X. M , AT TIIK JUNCTION K TIIK MAIN LINK OF THK SANTA FK SYSTKM LKADlXtl KAST AND WEST FKOM CIUCAOO, KANSAS CITY, O A L V KSTON ANU POINTS KAST TO SAN FItANCISi.'i i, Iis ANUK LKS. ANI FKOM THK KASTKKN AND NORTH KHN STATES TO KL PA.Su AND TKXAS. 1,000 IH'SINKSS AND KKSIDKNi'K LOTS, 2ujtl4') FEKT. LAID OlT WITH IillOAD 80 AND 70-FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND rULLIC PARK A . . D GRAND OLD SHADE TREES ; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, COST ING $16,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1 r,0) 1'EOpLE; SEVERAL LARGE m i.' , i Vt ill" tr s-i A iiLfsllM ISN'T : THE i.atrVT HOLLER MILL. CAPACITY daily- Large winery; three hotels, nE3- TALR NTS, ETC. I! ELKS' IS THE LARGEST SHIP i.rv,i T...1VT FOR WOOL. FLOUR. WHEAT, WINE, UK A VS IVI1 HAY IN CENTRAL NEW IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT C ROAD CITY IN THE N EAR ESTIMATED. . - HELEN BARRELS MEXICO. ITS OMMERCIAL RAIL- FUTURE CAN NOT HE 0Oe)OOKOOOsS K aj4freKS0OSK0OS) x COME TO HELEN, 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, Pres WM. M. BERBER, Sec'J. toexo-cecoeoo xk; A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITKO KXPRKSS, MAIL AM) I IIKK.Iir TRAINS OF TIIK SANTA l'K WILL tiO IVKIt TIIK MAIN LINK THROUGH TO HKLKV, KAST AND WKST, NORTH AM) SOUTH. THE LOTS OFFERED ARE IN TIIK CENTER OF THE CITY. WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IM PROVED BY CULTIVATION); Js'O 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; WARRAN TY DEEDS. ONE-THIRD PURCHASE MONEY CASH TWO-THIRDS MAY REMAIN ON NOTE. WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR, WITH S PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT oNCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES IF YOU WISH T SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS. 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