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TtnwnAT, FEBRUARY 1t, 107.
ALBTJQUEItQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PA OS SEVEN. 5NeeVNS.Nsr ! Wits. Housekeeper You Cannot Afford to Miss This Opportunity. Cash Talks now and for a very email amount of the wherewithal you can replenish your china closet with some very pretty pieces of broken Bets at less than half regular price. SEE WINDOW DISPLAY J. D, EMMONS, The Furniture Man COR. COAL and SECOND PUBLIC DEBT IN DF Was Decreased by Nearly $8.000.000Canada Will Squeeze U. S. Steel Trust. LARGEST DRY DOCK IN WORLD BUILT FOR FRISCO Washington, D. C, Feb. 1. The monthly statement of the public debt shows that at the close of business January 31, 1907, the total debt, less cash in the treasury amounted to $227,44 1,200, which Is a decrease of 7,629,671 for the month. This de crease Is largely due to the Increase of cash during the month. The debt Is recaputllated as follows: Interest bearing debt, $922,020,560, and debt on which interest has ceased since maturity, $1,096,745. The debt bear ing no interest amounts to $1,332, 150,412. This amount, however, does not Include $1,134,700,869 in certi ficates and treasury notes outstanding which are offset by an equal amount of cash on hand which is held for their redemption. The cash In the treasury Is classed as follows: Gold reserve, $150,000,000; trust funds, $1,134,700,869; general fund, $186, 610.261; In national bank depositories $160,654,954, and in treasury of the Philippine Islands, $4,200,304. Total, $1,636,074,417, against which there are demand liabilities outstanding amounting to $1,244,366,211, which leaves a cash balance on hand of $394,708,206. MANUFACTURE STEEL IV CANADA FOIl EXPORT. Ottowa, Feb. 19. With regard to the report that the United States Steel corporation is about to estab lish a large plant at Sandwich, On tario, It is authorltlvely announced that in the event of this or any other company producing steel In Canada for export abroad, the bounty reso lutions now before parliament will not apply to the export products. GREAT DUV DOCK FOll PACIFIC COAST. San Francisco, Feb. 19. At Hunt era Point near this city, the San Francisco Dry Dock company com menced the construction of what will be the largest dry dock in the world. It will be of stone and a concrete basin big enough to hold any two battle ships of the United States at one time and will cost, it is estimated, $1, 250,000. The navy department has expressed a wish that it be carried to an early completion. The new dock will be 1,050 feet long, 100 feet long er than the Alexandra dock In Bel fast. AUTOMOBILE SHOW IX SAN FKAXCISCO. San Francisco, Cal., Feb. 19. The automobile show which opened in the Coliseum yesterday morning morn lses to be a great success. The rink of the Coliseum in which the show Is being held has the greatest floor area of any structure in the city, but still there are so many exhibits that all available space is occupied. The show, which is being held un der the auspices of the Automobile Dealers' association will remain open until the night of the 24th. LARGE FIND OP RO MAN COINS IN ENGLAND. London, Feb. 19. A large find of Roman coins which was made at Landudno, is the subject of a coro ners Inquiry today. At present the police have possession of the coins which number 600 pieces. From the position of the treasure at some depth in tho detritus of stone and soil at the foot of a limestone preci pice forming the southwest face of the Little Orre. it is believed to have lain there for 1,000 yei-s. WILL REVOVE FAM OUS OLD DWELLING. Easthampton. Feb. 19. The plot of three acres adjoining the parish property on which the boyhood home of John Howard Payne, the home he had In his mind and heart when he wrote "Home, Sweet Home," has been purchased by Rt, Lukes parish for $15,000. The house Is a small frame one of the recullar style of Long Island in the early part of the last century. St. Lukes properties are scattered, the church is in one part of the town and the rectory In an other. As the church is too small for Its needs, especially In summer, the Payne homestead was purchased to provide greater facilities. Rumors have been spread throughout the C6untr," iliit St. Lukes parish will pull down the famous house, and protests have been received from both sides of the Atlantic, and especially from Easthampton people. It Is pleaded that the house be turned in to a museum but no funds are forth coming for the purpose. A meeting for the vestry was held last nifc'ht but no definite action was taken in the matter. A Valuable Isvn. "Six years ago I learned a valuable lesson," writes John Pleasant, of Mag nolia, Ind. "I then began taking Dr. King's New Life Pills, and the longer I take them the better I find them." They please everybody. Guaranteed by all druggists. 1 5c. JANUARY WKBT KND VIADUCT OSIER Appointment Took Effect Yes terday. L. U.Morris Suc ceeds Oster. A. It. Oster, superintendent of the eastern division of the Southwestern, has accepted the position of manager of the Sonora railroad, a part of the Southern Pacific, the appointment taking effect yesterday, and L. U. Morris, formerly superintendent of the western division of the South western, has been made superintend ent of the eastern division. Mr. Oster will succeed J. A. Naugle, formerly assistant general manager of the road, who Is reported to have resigned on the first of the year. Mr. Morris Is made superintendent of the eastern division, the change being considered a promotion, as the eastern end of the line handles more business than the western end. Who will be made superintendent of the western division has not been an nounced as yet, though several ru mors are afloat. The announcement of Mr. Oster's resignation and L. U. Morris" promo tion was sent out by telegraph over the system by order of General Man ager H. J. Simmons. It Is stated that Mr. Oster accepted the position as head of the Sonora road with headquarters at Guaymaa. Sonora, because of the climatic con ditions. His duties as superintend ent of the eastern division of the Southwestern compelled him to go from El Paso, where It Is warm dur ing most of the year, into the cold mountainous parts of New Mexico, where the weather Is more severe at all times of the year. At Guayraas the climate Is said to be very even the year around and for this reason Mr. Oster took the position. Mr. Oster has been in railroad work all his life, having started with the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul road when still a youth. He was at one time connected with the Southern Pacific at Tucson, where he became closely associated with Epes Ran dolph, who Is now president of the Sonora road. Later he accepted a division superintendency with the Salt Lake route, Clark's line that runs from Los Angeles to Salt Lake City. He left that road to take a position with the Pacific Electric company In Los Angeles, which he resigned to be come superintendent of the eastern division of the Southwestern In July, 1905. Mr. Oster left Sunday morning for Tucson, where he will hold a confer ence with Mr. Randolph prior to moving his family to his new location, Guaymas. ARIZONA CUTS THE RAILROAD FARE. There was an unexpected develop ment In the Arizona legislature at Phoenix Saturday afternoon, when the house reconvened and Williams, taking the floor, said he had changed his mind about delaying action on the railroad rate bill and moved to recon sider the final outcome. Williams' motion to reconsider car ried by a vote of 14 to 10. and then, the motion to postpone acting being again voted upon, was lost by a vote of 14 to 10. The bill was then passed by the following vote: Ayes Bell, Bunch, Coleman, Cren S U n n n n u A n n H n n n n n n n u n H H If n A V ft u n GOES TO SONQRO RAILROAD O9Om9m0mmmm99m torn rOCrooeo its Location BELEN IS SI MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.. AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADINO 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. 23x140 FEET, LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70-FOOT STREETS, WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE. WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK a. Li GRAM) OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE, COST ING $18,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1,500 PEOPLE: SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN PATENT ROLLER MILL, CAPACITY U0 BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS. RES TAURANTS. ETC. BELEN 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. KOecO0sOoajo0t ooeceeecesrOoaJC ft shaw, Day, Grosetta, Guild, Hampton. Hall, Krook. McCormlck, Morgan, Pace, Wallace, Whltesldes, Williams 16. Nays Ball, Burk, Davidson, Mar tin, D. Morgan, Murphy, D. Slaughter, Speaker Blaley 8. The measure cuts railroad fare to three cents a mile. HAD NO OIL, SO TRAIN WAS STALLED West-bound train No. 7 on the Southern Pnclflo railroad, due In El Paso early In the evening, was held up for several hours twenty miles east of here yesterday afternoon by an un usual dilemma, says the El Paso Newa The big engine hauling the through train of Pullmans was an oil burning machine, and through a fail ure to replenish the supply of the greasy fuel at the proper time the tank went dry. No other fuel could be used and no oil was at hand, so the train was completely stalled some distance from any station. The train crew was powerless to do anything and a stop was necessitated until east bound train No. 131 on the Texas & Pacific arrived. The latter train, In charge of Conductor W. A. McCamant, pushed the S. P. coaches and engine Into El Pnso. Both trains were long ones and two stops were necessitated at each station In order to receive and discharge passengers. The failure of the oil supply on No. 7 Is said to have been the first In stance of the kind since the use of oil as fuel was commenced on the South ern Pacific. CAR SHORTAGE IN MEXICO HAMPERS ALL INDUSTRIES The car shortage complained of In the United States Is also seriously af fecting Mexico, says a dispatch to the Globe Democrat. In many portion of the republic developments are seri ously hampered by the fact that the railroads can not supply sufficient equipment to handlo the output of the mines. Every big Industry in Mexico Is seriously handicapped. None of the railroads have been able to handle the traffic adequately for some time. This is due more to the fact that cars and engines ordered have not arrived than to any fault of the railroads. It is stated that thousands of tons of ore have been piled up at San Luis Potosl, Chihuahua, Aguascallentes, Monterey, Mexico City and other points, because no cars are available to move the ore. Some of the mines have practically ceased operations until the minerals already mined can be moved to the smelters. There seems little hope that the conditions will be bettered until the railroads succeed In securing more equipment. LAXTRYS PREPARING TO DRIVE A TUNNEL Strong City, Kan., Feb. 19. Char les J. Lantry of Strong City returned home yesterday after having been In Topeka several days. He and his brothers have recently been awarded the contract for driving the new tun nel through the Raton range and was here to arrange some of the prelimin ary work. The contract Involves about $700,000. Lantry Brothers have been doing a large amount of railroad con tracting recently, but have been In the business for years. The tunnel is to be finished within about three months after the work Is commenced. The plant of the Mexican Car and Foundry company Is about to pass Into the hands of the Mexican govern ment railroad Interests. It is stated that the plant will be operated under the direction of the company which Is now b"ing organized to take over and operate the several railroads of which the government owns a controlling Interest. The Denver & Rio Grande has let a contract for double tracking from Swallows, seventeen miles west of Pueblo, Colo., to the mouth of the Royal Gorge. The old roadbed Is to be changed In order to straighten curves and Bhorten distances. Eighty-five-pound rails will be used. a m A contract has been let bv the Col orado and Southern for grading an electric line from Boulder to Denver, via Louisville, fifty miles ,to be com pleted by September 1. Motpr. cars nave Deen ordered ror delivery Sep tember 1. when the road Is expected to start. 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 caphcr, of Grovertown, Stark county, Indiana. This king of cough and cold cures, and healer of throat and lungs. Is guaranteed by all druggists. $50 and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Accidents will happen, but the best regulated families keep Dr. Thomas' Electric OH for such emergencies. It subdues the pain and heals the hurts. n GOVERNOR SENDS IHISRRSI VETO Refuses to Approve Giving Back to County Boards Filling of Vacancies. BILL IS TAKEN FROM TABLE And Sent to House Committee Is Council Bill 20 for Rio Grande Improvement.! Santa Fe, N. M., Feb. 19 rsy the decisive vote of 16 to 7, yesterday aft ernoon, the house passed a resolution excluding the present correspondent of the Albuquerque Morning Journal from the floor and galleries of the house of representatives because of the libelous, untruthful and Inac curate reports of the doings of this branch of the legislature furnished by said correspondent during the present session of the legislature. The reso lution requests that paper to provhlo a truthful correspondent for the re mainder of the session. THE COUNCIL. Twentieth Day Monday Morning. Pursuant to adjournment, th? council was called to order at 10 o'clock yesterday morning, President Spiess tn the chair. The chaplain offered the Invocation and the chief clerk read the roll. All answered present except Mr. Dalles and Mr. Richards, absent owing to Illness, and Mr. Mlera, who did not reach the city in time ror the morning session from him home in Sandoval county. Council bill No. 47, was Introduced by Mr. Sargent an act providing funds for the support and mainten ance of charitable institutions. The bill provides that upon a petition signed by twenty-five taxpayers of any county, the county commissioners may cause a special levy of not to exceed two mills to be made for the support of such institutions if they do not at the same time receive a territorial appropriation. The bill was read the first and second time and ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on public Institutions. House bill substitute for house bill No. 29 an act to amend chapter 38 of the laws of 1901, which has for Its object the maintaining of all county offices at the county seat at the cost of the respective counties came up for third reading and was ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on territorial affairs. Council bill No. 13 an act to amend sections 2, 3 and 4 of the laws of 1905, relative to the Issuing of marriage licenses by Justices of the peace was read the third time. The bill provides that Justices of the peace may Issue licenses to marry under the existing laws of the terrl- tary to persons living ten miles or more from a county seat. Upon mo tion of Mr. Martinez, the roll was called and the bill passed the council, mere Deing ayes, no nays. Council bill No. 20 an act for the Improvement of the Rio Grande which has been on the president's desk for three days without prejudice. was re-referred to the committee on Irrigation, upon the request of Mr. Murray, who said there were several matters which the committee desired to discuss. Upon motion of Mr. Martinez the council then went Into recess until 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Afternoon Session. The council reconvened at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon, with President Spiess In the chair. The chaplain offered the Invocation and the chief clerk read the roll, all answering present. President Spiess introduced coun clll bill No. 48 an act to prohibit gambling. The bill provides a fine of not less than $100 nor more than $500, and a sentence of not less than six months in Jail for each offense. The money thus received Is to go to the public school fund of the county wherein the offense la committed. The bill was read the first and second time and ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on territorial affairs. Council bill No. 49 was Introduced by Mr. Cameron an act to repeal section 48 of chapter 79, laws of 1905, relative to corporations and an nual reports by such, with the excep tion of sub-section No. 8, page 162. The bill was read the first and second time and ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on Ju diciary. Council bill No. 50 was Introduced COME TO BELEN. H. 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 provemen Co. 0HN BECKER, Pfes' OOOOOOOO' Men's o o o o o o o o OOOOOOOO- by Mr. Murray an act relative ti the qualifications of voters. The bill specifies who may vote. The bill was read the first and -second time and ordered translated, printed and referred to the committee on territor ial affairs. A message from the governor was received. The governor announced that he declined to sign council bill No. 2 an act relative to the filling of vacancies in county offices by county commissioners. The bill and the veto message from the governor were referred to th committee on rules. The council then went into a com mittee of the whole, Mr. Mlera, chair man, to consider council bill No. 33, relative to taxation. THE HOUSE. Twentieth, Day Monday Session. The house was called to order at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon by Speaker Itaca, all members being present except Mr. Aldrlch, of Mc Klnley county, absent by leave. Sev eral bills were Introduced. COMING EVENTS Feb. 22. Dance at Colombo hall by the G. I. A. to the R of L. E. February 25 to March 2, "The Hoi llngsworth Twins." March 14 The County Chairman. This is the banner performance of the season. ALMANAC EVENTS. Feb. 20 and 23. Ember Days. Feb. 22. Washington's Birthday. March 17. St. Patrick's Day. March 21. Spring begins. March 24. Palm Sunday. March 25. Lady Day; annuncia tion. March 29 Good Friday. March 31 Easter Sunday. May 30 Memorial Day of O. A. R. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Owing to the Interior Improve ments now being made in our store, we have decided to reduce our stock of pianos so aa to make more room and avoid any possibility of marring the planoa during the progress of the work. During the next ten days we will quote special figures on all our pianos. It will pay you to Investi gate now. Call or write. LEARNARD & LINDEMANN, 206 West Gold Avenue. Our ROUGH DRY work aon's have to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. Every Woman ib ujivrwituMi ana noma ncw atuiit lim wuiidta-fiil MARVEL Whirling Sprsy a us iecw naristNt tjrinaja (. It CIHHS'S uitLsUitly. Abk toot driiirfHuf tVit I If h cannot ui iir ttu M it v k: I., fi'ti no rttliur luit aotnl alkii.it d.r tllilSlI-HtMl I took-' Mr 1 1 It fflV ft il I tirltiti I re ami I il ; rftl nnm 1 I . J Kl.rrt. iv -I'k'. MEN AN0 WOMEN. v mm -v hit .uu.iuiii SiiehftrgM.tB Summations, IrrilAdoot or alortioM of icon mmbrnt. n ni. j . . 1"'c roiBion, na mot wins. THtfOAWtCwmiC! CS. (.ol or poi.oooa. , MUUTI.I.r -1 BoM s7 frrwnttU. .If"! H "7 OlSl . r or ant in Uin Tjrii SI -SS. or B bottl I CirwUt Mai oa I .tin wrmppar, praptld, for i nnutm. WM. M. BERGER, SeCy vs. I f klKlktAI M M Ouruw4 U MWMhlUN. High Grade The Mot Important Accessory to a Man's Apparel is His Personal Linen. I Have Given My Shirt Stock Special Attention This Season. j. j j$ ji Just Received the Celebrated Earl & Wilson Pure Linen Shirts and Manhattan Shirts M. MANDELL Fine Clothing and Furnishing HAIR DRESSER ATTD CHIROPO DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors, No. 209 West Railroad avenue, la pr pared to give thorough scalp treat ment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and Ingrowing nails. She gives massage treatment and mani curing. Mrs. Bambini's own prepara tion of complexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complex Ion,, and is guaranteed not to be In jurious. She also prepares a hair tonlo that cures and prevents dan druff and hair falling out; restore! life to dead hair; removes moles, warts and superfluous hair. Also a face powder, a freckle cure and pim ple cure and pile cure. All of these preparations are purely vegetable compounds. Have Just added a vi brator machine for treatment of scalp, face and cure of wrinkles. It Is also used for rheumatism, pains ana massage. We do It right, ROUGH DRY. Im perial Laundry Co. COMING IN OUT OP THE COLD we appreciate a perfectly heated house, but It is not every house that is property warmed. If yours Is lack ing In any wav. or If vnn nna. elded what Is the best SVHtom tn In. iau in a new house and need infor mation that Is trustworthy and val uable, let ua know of your trouble. We are specialists for hot water, hot air and steam heating. Standard Plumbing & Heating Go ...The... "SHORT LINE" to the mining camps of Colorado, Utah and Nevada; to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, la by way of Santa Fe, N. M., and the DENVER & RIO GRANDE RAILROAD through the fertile San Luis val ley; also to the San Juan country of Colorado. For Information as to rates, train service, descriptive literature address. S. K. nOOPER, GPncrnJPasscnger & Ticket Agent Denver, Colo. KeeXeeeceosKsKa KOe0KeKec2 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 AXI) WEST, NORTH AND 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 8 PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS. KK0Oeo Oe00000Oe0 -es 00400Ot00Of0OeK -ex 'OOOOOOOO o O o o o o o Shirts o o o o o o o 'OOOOOOOO Itching PTfesi If you are acquainted with anyone who la troubled with thla distresainer ailment you can do him no greater favor than to tell him to try Cham berlain's Salve. It givea Instant re lief. Price 25 cent per box. 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TOTI A Pit API Dealers in Groceries, Provision, Hay. Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines LJquera - and Cigars. Place your orders fee? this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD ST. THIRD STREET Meat Market AD Kinds of Fresh and Bait Meats Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLIENWORT Masonic Building, North Third Street O. A. QLEYGTER INSURANCE. REAL ESTATES NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, AIk- querque. Automatic Telephone 17 Give us your ROUGH DRY work. Monday, and get It back Wednesday, Imperial Laundry Co. It n a n n u n n n n u n a a n n a a ft ft n ft ft n 0 ft ft I