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ALBUQUEilQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TtHWDAY, February 12. 1(K: FAGK SEVEN. Wits. Housekeeper You Cannot Afford to Miss Tfus Opportunity. Cash Talks now and for a very small amount of the wherewithal you can replenish your china closet with some very pretty pieces of broken sets at less than half regular price. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY J. D. EMMONS, The Furniture Man COR. COAL and BCCONO wear rwo viaduct RAILROAD NOTES Roadmaster Gabriel has returned from attending to official business at Wlnslow. Frank Bull, a machinist at Argen tine, has resigned his position and has gone to Needles, Cal., where he has accepted a position. Ed Brunner, who recently resigned his position as a brakeman and emergency conductor on the Santa Fe at Topeka, has accepted a position on the Rock Island system. , m m m Ed Smith has resigned his position in the office of the motive power ac countant at Topeka and has gone to San Harclal, N. M., where he has accepted a position as timekeeper In the shops. J. F. Huckle, who has been super vising the furnishing and stocking of the curio rooms in the new Hotel Escalante at Ash Fork Junction, was In the city last night on his return from that point. O. R. Crawford, a former brake man, has returned to his old position as assistant agent at Lamy. F. D. Marshall, the present agent, will go to Topeka to be treated for' his eyes. A. Brockman will act as agent while Mr. Marshall is away. The strike of machinists in the shops of the Mexican National rail way at Nuevo Laredo, Mexico, which has been on for several months, as well as the. Btrlke of cotton mill workers at Queretare have been settled.- In the former case all the de mands of the workmen were granted except recognition of the union. In the latter the strikers surrendered unconditionally. J.' E. Hurley, general manager of the Santa Fe system, recently receiv ed a design for an annual pass. The design was accompanied by the fol lowing letter: "After a long and careful examination Of the new pass law I am inclined to the opinion that a great many people not employee will have to use the enclosed Btyle of annual pass this year." The pass shows two shoes on a railroad track, The following appointments have been announced on the Illinois Cen tral: C. L. Chase, traveling freight agent at Jackson, vice F. L. Tuttle; W. B. Bryan, traveling freight agent at Memphis, vice C. L. Chase; E. L. Throgmorton. contracting freight agent at Evansvllle, vice W. B. Wood, who has been appointed trav eling freight agent at Nashville, vice W. B. Bryan. . The Mexican government has inter vened in the fight between Harrlman and the Phelps-Dodge syndicate over a right of way for a railroad through a canyon In the state of Sonora, Mex ico, by granting each road parallel tracks through the canyon. The canyon Is situated between the towns of Campas and Moctezuma, and Is the only feasible path through the moun tains. u 9 m The statement, recently made be fore congress by Charles Clark, an Iowa attorney, that the railroads con trol the New Mexico legislature, and that it is practically impossible to successfully bring a suit for damages under the existing laws in this terri tory, has caused considerable com ment among the members of the legislature and has been vigorously denied, says the Roswell Record. I: is admitted, however, that the law is a very bad one, and there will be no great amount of opposition to Its re peal by congress. m n m IOWA PR01MSKS TO RKGILATE INCREASE OF LIVE STOCK. Railroad corporations will no longer be able to water stock in Iowa if the measure Introduced in the house of representatives should be come a law. This provides that whenever a railroad company desires to increase Its capital stock it shall first file an application for hearing with the state board of railroad com misHioners In writing, setting forth the amount of increase desired. Then, It is provided, the railroad commls sloners shall tlx a time for hearing and considering whether it Js proper to permit the Increase. It Is further provided that no capital stock shall be issued until the full amount is paid to the corporation in money, lithor or materials. IOWA HOARD INTENDS TO REDUCE FREIGHT RATES. Word has been received that the state commission of Iowa Is about to Institute a Inquiry Into the reason ableness of freight rates, with a view to making horizontal reductions throughout the state. The purpose of the commission to do this was con veyed recently during a hearing of a case brought by the Corn Belt Meat Growers' association, asking for a re duction in cattle rates within the state. The railroads are greatly alarmed over the move, as the dis tance tariffs in Iowa are now the low est In any state and are such as to drive out aU manufacturing interests, it Is stated. Passenger men who re turned from the legislative hearing at l)es Moines on the two-cent pas senger bill nre disheartened. They say that their arguments were "like pouring water on a duck's back." and that the bill is bound to pass. llll.L THOMPSON HAS A HIGH POSITION ON MTA I I". Hill Thompson isn't by far the old est man in the service of the Santa Fe company, but he occupies a very high position, says the Raton Ga zette. Although known by his asso ciates as a very modest man, he Is nevertheless inclined to look down or. the common people, owing to th's high position. Bill gets lofty views on account of being high up he also enjoys the advantage over ordinary people of being able to look down on a good many of them. Circumstances over which he has no control com pel him to corns down from his high pedestal occasionally to couple up the cars, which In his capacity as op erator and manager of the Santa Fc coal chutes he is obliged to propel, or cause to be propelled, and placed in position on top of the chute which structure, by the way. Is next to Goat hill or Raton peak In height. This advantage enables Mr. Thompson to enjoy himself as above enumerated. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, Land Of fice at Santa Fe, N. M. January 29, 1907. Notice Is hereby given that San tiago Garcia, of Chillll, N. M., has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof in support of his claim, vis: Homestead Entry No. 6591 -made October 2, 1901, for the SE NW14. E SW4 and SW14 SEH, Section 3, Township 8 N, Range 6 E, and that said proof will be made before H. W. S. Otero, United States Court Commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M., on March 6, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation of, the land, viz: Manuel Y. Acunla, Antonio Sando val, Julian Lucero and Jose Mora, all of Chillll, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Neighbors Got Fooled. "I was literally coughing myself to death, and had become too weak to leave my bed; and neighbors predict ed that I would never leave it alive, but they got fooled, for thanks be to God, I was induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery. It took Just four one dollar bottles to completely cure the cough and restore me to good sound health," writes Mrs. Eva Un capher, of Grovertown, Stark county, Indiana. This king of cough and cold cures, and healer of throat and lungs, is guaranteed by all druggists. 150 and $1.00. Trial bottle free. "FILAREE" GREAT BOOIHO SHEEP The One Grass Mhat Survives During the Drouth. IT CAME FROM CALIFORNIA Was Brought to Territories In Wool of Sheep That Were Shipped In. E. O. Gosney, of Flagstaff, one of the most extensive sheepmen In the United States, and one of the leading figures In the financial circles of Ari zona, is a very close observer of all conditions pertaining to the sheep business and watches with great care everything looking to the betterment of his extensive flocks. Twenty-five years ago, the gentleman says, al flleree, of "filaree," as the grass 's commonly called, was brought Into Arizona In the wool of a band of sheep shipped in from California. The fur seed thus imported to our soil took root and in a few years sev eral acres of the great grass was no ticed growing in Yavapai county, but little attention was paid to it, how ever, as the range men of Arizona were not familiar with its good quali ties. A few years later this seed took root in Arizona, a severe drought prevailed, which continued from year to year up to four years ago. While the new grass failed to show its head on the ranges, owing to the absence of rains, yet the roots did not rot, as the elevation was considerable and the air pure and dry, but when the rains of four years ago appeared, the grass again made its appearance and grew and spread with marvelous rapidity, and today there are In Ari zona probably 10,000 acres of thl useful feed growing and thriving, most of It in Maricopa county. Mr. Gosney is of the opinion that It is one of our country's greatest as sets. It supplies a nutritious and fat tening food for the large and increas ing herds of sheep that come to our county, without In any manner inter fering or trespassing upon the rights or privileges of cattlemen, as the grass grows and thrives in localities far removed from water. Mr. Gos ney says that often suckling iambi are marketed and bring first-class prices, fresh from the grazing do main of the great grass. f Sim The Cleanest Beer ! Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer ' is cleanest because it is not fermented in open vats, but In special Pabst her metically scaled 'tanks into which no air except pure, Jittered air ever enters. Pabst DlueRibbon is cleanest because it is not cooled in rooms where men walk in and out, but in specially constructed sealed coolers where no breath of foul air can taint it. It is stored in hermetically sealed storage tanks until perfect in age, purity and strength, the cleanest beer brewed. MEN GET RICH QIII3K IN ARIZONA MINES PROPERTY HOt'GHT FOR 3,000 SELLS 1XH $200,000 AFTF.lt TIIKKK MONTHS. Phoenix, Ariz., Feb. 12. Develop ments of the past three months in the Cottonwood district of Mohave county indicate the existence there of some of the most promising mines of the territory, according to John F. Tom linson. "I know of one property there," said Mr. Tomlinson, "that was pur chased outright for J3.000 only three months ago that could not now b bought for $200,000. It Is owned r the Tawa Development compar which secured It from Joe Hull 1 -the consideration mentioned. Af Its purchase the company cummer its development and now It is an the best partially developed cr propositions In the northern pu the territory. "Other good mines are being ed there," he added, "and shipments of ora are being from Brownsville, a new to two months old, which is about four and one-half m' of the main line of the Sanio. elite railroad, having a population .. 170 already, which Is constantly in creasing. "The Tawa Development company has two steam hoists installed al ready on Its mines and has a lurg force of men engaged In . bulldlnf roads to Its different shafts upon which work Is being rushed. T!ie ore bodies are large and carry val ues in gold, silver, copper and leid. There is no question In my mind iut what the district has a great future." FOURTEENTH DAY 1NLEGISLATURE Cameron's Irrigation Bill Is Reported Favorably by Committee. SENATOR DALIES STILL ILL Territory Is Against Federol Con trol of Free' Range. THE CXRXCIL. Sixteenth Day Monday , Afternoon. Pursuant to adjournment the coun cil met yesterday afternoon lit 3 o'clock. President Spless in the chair. The chaplain offered the Invocation and the chief clerk read the roll, all answering present except Mr, D.ilu-s and Mr. Murray, excused owing to illness. The reading of the Journal was dispensed with, upon motion, duly seconded and carried. The com mittee on irrigation reported favor ably on council bill No. 20, previous ly Introduced by Mr. Cameron, an act to repeal Chapter 67, of the laws of 1905, relative to the improvement of the Hlo Grande and to aid the Kle phnnt Butte Water Users' association. Mr. Cameron explained the objects of the, bill, stating that the law to which it referred, had been passed In 1906, to aid the people of Las Cruces and Dona Ana county in building a reservoir and since it had served its purpose, the law should be repealed. The bill will be taken up In regular order upon the recovery of Mr. Mur ray, member of the council from Dona Ana county. Council bill No. 41 was Introduced by Mr. Spless, an act relating to ne gotiable instruments. The bill was read the first and second time and ordered translated, printed and re ferred to the committee on Judiciary. President Spless announced that he had appointed B Inez. Mr. Duncan and Mr. St com mittee to confer w' 1 ; - ' tee from the house vltation from W. president of t he ' railway, to the ) trip through To i special train. Till Sixteenth Dn; - ,i .n Pursuant V .i i Baca called- o'clock yest ' e chaplain olT : ;f Clerk Stapll i th In his fan rd, traveling i : an- sent was ' ' ' 1 ' ncy until Mr. o. r,. gaf- ford actf . i . Chief ! the roll. t except Mr. Wi , Illness and M 1 The . . ,t-- i ,-llsh by the c' - : on duly secor ; ' ' 1 ordered appr if M .' a r 1 ' To oooooooo o o o o o o o A Call to My Sale REMEMBER that the end of my great Clearance Sale comes when I close my door SATURDAY NIGHT, the 16th. dt g SPECIAL INDUCEMENT LOOK AT MY WINDOW OOOOOOOO o o o o o o o o o o o o o o OOOOOOOOn M. M AND ELL Fine Clothing and Furnishing o o o o o o o oooooooo by Mr. Beach, an act relative to the delivery of telegrams. The bill was read the first and second time by title, ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on rail roads. House bill No. 67 whs Introduced by Mr. Holt, an act relative to recog nizance. The bill was read the first and second time by title, ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on Judiciary. House bill No. 68 was introduced by Mr. Holt, an act relative to the increased annual appropriation for agricultural stations and regulating the expenditure thereof. The bill was read the first and second time. Mr. Holt in a motion, seconded and car rled. asked that the bill be read the hlrd time in full preparatory to iage. The chief clerk read the i ;. in full. Mr. Holt then ex ; . lined the bill and moved that it now unss." The house passed the bill by a Iva voce vote. House bill No. 69, was introduced by Mr. Holt, an net relative to the Issuance of warrants upon Informa tion and belief. ' The bill was read the first time by title nnd In full on its second read ing. It provides that warrants may be Issued upon written statements of Information or belief when the same are approved by the district attor ney. The bill was then ordered trans lated, printed and referred to the committee on judiciary. ed during the first ten days of Feb ruary represent a total of 8,910 acres. They are divided among the varioui counties of the district, as follows: Bernalillo, 1; Colfax, none; Guada lupe, 6; McKlnley, none; Mora, 2; Rio Arriba, none; Ran Juan, 4; San Miguel, 6; Sandoval, 1; Santa Fe, IS; Socorro, none; Taos, none; Torrance, 23; Valencia, none. The total number of original home stead entries recorded since January 1st Is 231; acres entered, 36,862. To tal number of final homestead en tries, 19"; acres entered, 2,867. To tal number of desert land entries, 16; acres entered, 2,720. Total number of entries of all kinds, 266; acres en tered, 41,439. I mi i -rusnniinu AND CURE thk LUNGS NURSERY PRODUCTS FRUIT AND SHADE TREES. SHRUBS, VINES AND FLOWERS. (BUY OF SOME ONE YOU KNOW. iN. W. ALGER, 124 SO. WALTER STREET. an II' n I Soothes Itching skin, heals cuts or burns without a scar. Cures piles, ec zema, salt rheum, any Itching. I loan's Ointment. Your druggist sells It. refei atlons. Houst by Mr. fe tlve to ti The bill wai time, orderet. referred to th tlon. House bill No. by Mr. Abbott ot relative to the fees neys. The bill was r second time and ord: printed and referred to tee on Judiciary. House bill No. 66 v.is presented lleut of ' tg against ent county seat. This of this kind i on county Mullens pre i residents of yarding loose eferred to the i stock by the .' been read by ' led and printed. Ifax county In a .ed and carried, peaker appoint a .e to prepare a United Statei con leral control of the speaker appointed ix, Mr. Montoya -ho will submit e. s Introduced an act rel ollee force The bill vl time 1 and por- FIFTY-EIGHT ENTRIES TEN DAYS I..VND OFFICE SWAMPED WITH HDJirBITIAII NOTIOIOIt SIX TEEN TAKE DESERT CLAIMS. d Fifty-eight original homestead en tries have been filed at the United Htatea land office in the first ten days of February. It Is estimated that there are nearly as many more which were forwarded by mall during that period, but have not yet been record ed because the present clerical force h Inadequate to handle the business rxpediently. Some sixteen or eighteen desert land claims have also been tiled this month, but so far no record of them ippears on the desert land entry look. No final homestead claims are 'ecorded as yet for February. The original homestead entries list- Every Woman it uiwrr u ihi in on in Know atxmt the vtundfrtu! MARVELWhirlingbpray . LLS fy t-. if I. lli ltiti.M ' lit- ctrv 1 i y I! s W I ft V 1: I., - ' "t no W W g ,. 'li-r.L it . ! :. . f r J il!iirits-l i- 1 'Vi .-v."' It pw j. N nl- p rtini t 'i r ..f" ,tt y 1 MEN AND WOMEN. Cm Bis 41 for annttaiml di bftrfM.iaAainiuftiiotift, Irritations or uUrtUou Of BOOOII MDbriDH, 3 f l MM Id pialD wrapper. l r xpnm. mm,ii, (or . k or bottl2.7. m Clrculw Mat a muMt. 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TOTI A OR API Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Hay, Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor and Cigars. Place your orders for this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD ST. THIRD STREET Meat Market AU Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meata Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL K LI EN WORT Masonic Building, North Third Street 7. A. SLEY8TER -INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albu querque, Automatic Telephone 174 Give us your ROUGH DRY work. Monday, and get it back Wednesday, Imperial Laundry Co. KK4K00rOOe00OwKwKw KV0wwOKww4Ka0oa its Location HELEN IS 31 MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M., AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE STSTEM LEADING EAST AND WEST FROM CHICAGO, KANSAS CITY. GALVESTON AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGE LES, AND FROM THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS. 1,000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS. 25xH0 FEET. LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70-FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK i- It GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUELIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COST ING ll,000; CHURCHES: COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1.000 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE HELEN PATENT ROLLER MILL. CAPACITY 150 BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RES TAURANTS, ETC. P. EL EN 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. W4KtC0CfOtC'tOiOttOwO"Oi Vs00OwO0CXwO0OeOw04l iK GOME TO BL Future Railroad Metropolis c: Located on Belen Cut-off of Sam n U u n 0 H n a n n n B n n u n H H H H H U n H n II -r - ' ' The Belen Town and Impro Company Are Owners ot Belen Townsite The Belen Town and provemen Co. Im- ,0HN BECKER, Pfes" WU. M. BERGER, Sec' KO0fX0tOOOt v. 0 OwO404Kwww4Kwww C A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO HELEN, EAST M WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH. THE LOTS OFFERED ARE IN THE CENTER OF CITY, WELL GRADED (MANY OF THEM IM D BY CULTIVATION); NO SAND OR GRAVEL. 'D A FIRST-CLASS, MODERN HOTEL AND A -UD, 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 8 PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES IF YOU WISH To SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS. rOtOIOtOtOtOSOtOaOtOtOtOtOt ' Kiootoooooo aototo' n D H V n II n B H D B 0 fl fl fl B fl H fl fl fl fl H fl fl flflflAHflflHflflBNflflflflflHflttnflttflflHHHHflHflflflaMim