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Kit MAY. Al'ltll. tfmT. cwoooooooooooooooooooooooo - TBI! jsierKitcben Cabinet OupTTVkU IKK, by Boodrr Mf. O. OOOOOG(XXXOOOCXDOOOOOOOOCr RAILROAD Department O. F. Htgglnson. trainmaster for the roast line !it Wlnslow, arrlvod here Wft night. Pretest locomotive 1615 wa run out rt the shopR yesterday and given it trla.1 trip. Engine 836 Is due to run oat tomorrow. llr. Oarrle Jacobs Bond, a noted Finger, ponder, lecturer, poetess and wrUer, will address the railroad men at the Hanta. Fe reading rooms Sat urday sight. The tronado Tent t'lty band will aiwembW) and organize in San Ber narrtlna tbls your instead of Alhu laersae. uh In former years. The band, u In former years, will be In oiKirge of Henry Ohlmeyer. As a rosult of two freight trains nieetlass Stead-on near Thatcher, Colo., a stattoa southwest of La Junta, yes terday aaorning, passenger trains 1, 7 and t, te here ot 7:45, 10:45 and 11:58 o'clock at night, arrived here early Utss morning, many hours lute. Acoordlae to several passengers on the belated passenger trains, the box cars -were piled up sky high, but strange as it may seem, none of the tmimnen were injured. No. 9, the El iurm train, left for that pluce at 7:36 eVlock, while the two California traJns followed each other about an hoar later. The chair cars of the three, trains were literally jammed with Russians and other foreigners en route to California and the west, where they will be employed as sec tion men and laborers. SANTA KH TO 11U1T,I tsPUIt TO DEATH VALLEY Fresno. April 19. The Santa Fe railroal is planning to construct a spur railroad from Kandshurg to Hal larat. In Death valley. The line will be about eeventy-flve miles In length. It will cross the bed of Dry Salt Iake and will eklrt the base of the Darwin range of mountains. The road Is prac tically a continuation of the Santa Fe spur to Johnannesburg. The survey has nearly been completed. The building of the, rallrund is Iwlng has tened by the recent gold strikes made at Bennett's Wells, in the valley. Sev eral uew mining camps have been established. The ore Is running $1600 to the ton and hundreds of miners are rushing to the scene. HITS Pl'LLMAN DECISION STOLEN Cincinnati. Ohio, April 19. The discovery was made today that the original copy of W. H. Taft's decision in Ibe Phelan railroad strike case has been stolen. The revelation lias created a .sensation In political cir cles. Secretary of War Taft. when a United States judge here In the early nineties, rendered the decision, which was a sweeping one, ngnlnst the leaders In the Pullman strike. It was one of the great weapons of his enemies here. One of the labor leaders here wanted the exact wording of the de cree todav, and was directed to the record of the United States district and circuit court for the Southern i ihio district. A diligent search was made for the document today, but it could not be turned up. Friends of Taft ridicule all intima tions that the record of this verdict was wtolen tor political purposes that Is, to prevent the opposition get ting hold of it hut the charge that the paper was purloined is made openly. WF.KK MAKING PEONS PAY TO WOKIv. Trinidad. Colo., April 19. About six weeks ago a certain Mexican who had been working on a Santa Fe sec tion gang was arrested on a minor charge and lodged In the county jail. When his payday arrived, he request ed permission to go down and draw his check. The privilege was granted. Under Sheriff L. M. Kreeger ac companied the Mexican to the pay master's ottlce, where an envelope containing about $22.50 was handed tu him as his month's stipend. lis had earned something like $30. lie informed Mr. Kreeger of this fac t and told him the discrepancy was due to a custom among the Santa Fe fore men of retaining 25 per cent of their men's wages as a form of blackmail, or tip, for allowing them to work on the section. The sheriff's olllce at once got busy and communicated with the Santa F--headquarters at Topeka. Kan. Two or three railroad detectives were sent to Trinidad as a result. Detective work has been going on for the past month, and l ho tlrst fruits of the Mexican's story mater ialised the other day, when Joseph Trosper. a Santa Fe section foreman, was taken into custody charged with obtaining money under false pre tenses and Willi padding the payroll. PIU-XCHIITIOX TO I'l.KAN TI1K IHjOOII. Anyone can easily mix th following prescription at home, which is said to be splendid because of its peculiarly bene tlclaJ action upon the Kidneys, which are made to properly liter and strain from the blood the impurities, acids and pois ons. Get the ingredients from any good pharmacy and mix them y shaking well In a bottle: Kluid Kxtract Dandelion, one half ounce; Compound Kar gon, one ounce; Compound r-'yrup Sarsapa rill.i. thre' ounces. Take in teaspoonfui dose.' .j.fter each meal and at bed linie. Irink plenty of good wNT, too. Those hiwe veins are fllleil with sour acids and Rheumatic poison, who require a goo J biood cleanser and system ton ic, or If the Kidneys are weak and clogged up. should prepare tbls mixture and take as di rected for a fe dun and note resuru. We are exclusive Agents for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinets A pantry, cupboard ami work-table combined. It saves work end glTes you more time for other thing!. A large assort ment of styles and fin ishes Just received. See window display. Includ ing a handsome Super ior Range. The range that will stand more fire than any range on the market. Prices and terms to suit everybody. W.V.Frutrelle furniture Co Cir. Cial and Second SAM CQLETRAIN CON VICTED OF MUHDER IN FIRSTDE6REE Accused Man Lived on Diet of Soft Soap- Cured of Tuberculosis. Guthrie. Okla., April 19- Sam Coletraln, known throughout the southwest as the "Soft Soap Pris oner," has been convicted of murder in the first degree at Durant, I. T. He was accused of killing his cousin, Cicero Coletraln, three years ago. Sam Coletraln coveted a farm owned by his cousin. He made over tures to buy the land, tout Cicero re fused to sell. Ih feeling sprang up between the two aien and Coletraln, according to the testimony, lay In wait for his cousin one night nnd shot him. The body was discovered the next morning by & neighbor. Coletraln was tried a year ago, but the Jury failed to reach a verdict. The unique method employed by the prisoner to bring about hi.s re lease soon after his mistrial resulted in his peculiar pseudonym. One mornlnx when the jailor brought his breakfast, Coletraln re marked that he feared lie was a vic tim of tuberculosis. He Insisted he would not live to face another Jury. The Jailors and county ollicers laugh ed at Coletrain's statement, which they characterized as an effort to se cure ottictal clemency. Even Cole train's relatives refused to believe him. His physical condition appeared robust, but in several wet-ks the pris oner began to fail noticeably. He refused food and his face beoam- livid. His body became emaciated and his clothing hung loosely upon his big frame. Physicians were oked to examine him, but therlr diagnoses were conflicting. They all agreed however, that If Coletrain was not a sufferer from consumption, he was the victim of a peculiar disease which would quickly prove fatal The prisoner's lawyers then began I efforts for a pardon. They cited statements of the doctors on Cole train's failing health, and prospects were bright for his release, when a discovery was made. Th jailor's wife noticed an aston ishing decrease In her supply of soft soap, kept in a barrel near the jail. Her suspicious were aroused tind she watched the barrel. One night a friend of Coletrain's was seen taking a bucket of soap.. The next morn ing Coletrain was caught in the net of eating the stolen soap. From that day he grew better rap Idly and In a few weeks w;is as healthy as he had been prior to attack of "tuberculosis." his TERRITORIAL CAPITAL OFFICIAL MATTERS Votaries Ilildlc Appolnliil. I The following have been appointed I notaries public liy Acting i lo ernor J. ! . Itayuolds: James V. Jturnett. of W in., I, i Hero comity; Clay Higginliottoni. of Texico, Itoosevelt county; William S. Koiirne, of Capltan. Lincoln county. Artickv of luirMfiiitiiiu. The following articles of iueorpMia tion have been liled in the office of Territorial Secretary J. W. Kayimlds: Folsom Lumber Company. Princi pal place of business at Folsom. Territorial agent. Francis C. White, at Kolsom. Capital slock. $10,000. divided into one hundred shares of the par value of $100 each, object lumber business. Duration, fitly yeurs. Incornoi'Atorn lt.n1:imill lf 1,'llltrhllm and Kdirar W. Pule-tiiim tw.tli ,' im- I ton. und Francis C. White, of Folsom. I The .Superior Refining Company. J Principal place of businetm in New I Mexico at Roswell, Chaves county. I Territorial agent, M. Well at Koswell. I I n n u 0 H M n n 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 m 0 o 0 r oaoacaKayacwKwcaoaoaoaa loa woacoacaaaawofoata its Location BELKN IS 31 MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUERQUE. N. M . AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM 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. 25x140 FEET, LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 7U-FOOT STREETS. WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK ..l GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COST ING $16,000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1.500 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS: THE BELEN 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 A3 A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAIL ROAD CITY N THE NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE ESTIMATED. 4 x rosxo ooso o o o tosoi iOataCC04KaKsoa0OasK4aoa K 0R00 HB B B 0 00 0 0 Cnpltnl stock. $30,000 divided It hundred shares of the par vp $50 each. Object, dealing In petroleum. Duration, fifty years. The company was organizd In Kansas and Hied amended articles of Incorpora tion to comply with the laws of New-Mexico. Doing ItiislnrKS Again. "When my friends thought I was about to take leave of this world, on account of Indigestion, nervousness and general debility," writes A. A. Chlsholm, Treadwell. N. V.. nnd when It looked as If there was no hope left, I was persuaded to try Electric Bitters, and I rejoice to say that they are curing me. I am now doing busi ness again ns of old. And am still gaining daily." Ilest tonic medicine on earth, Guaranteed by all drug gists. &0c It whs a side yard and a man In shirt sleeves was spading it up. Kol lo and his father stopped to gutta percha. "Oh. sir. the individual Is engaged in prospecting for the elusive angle worm. Is he not?" said Hollo, his eves shining like stove polish. "Forget it. Hollo," said his parent. "The man Is making garden. There will never be a garden, but the man is making It. In this ease garden Is synonymous with bluff. His brain Is allre with the Idea of making the plot bloom like an oasis. In fact. It is blazing like a livery stable when the hired man's lantern gets kicked over." "What is an oasis, father? I never yet have seen one bloom." "That, Hollo, is where his garden will resemble an oasis. You won't ever see it bloom, either." "At any rate the exercise will prove highly beneficial to the amateur hor ticulturist." ventured Hollo. "Yes, it will prove beneficial like a $10 tine or a broken finger. He will be dubbing round like the fevered four-Hush that he is, and the cold, moist shades of eve will find him ob livious to the'grlp germ, but not Im pervious. He will go Into the house with a headache, saddle sores and a grouch, ami spread the fresh, fra grant glebe from his hoof's all over the kaleidoscopic carpet from the easy payment store, all the while swearing symphonloitsly. That's the Mulsh of the landscape improve ments." "What, nevertheless, becomes of tln things he chances to plant ere he yields to ennui and Indolence?" quoth Hollo, groping like a muck rake for the answer. "Well, he seldom chances to plant much except his $3 fountain pen. which slips out of his vest pocket In time to get spaded under along with the broken bottles and rusty nails," replied Hollo's father, gently leading his pallid offspring away from the un happy sight. Ilvo Years of Journalism. Five years ago yesterday we printed the first Indicator. Hy the assistance of Cliff Have, the blacksmith, and other neighbors, we managed to get the first edition through. The Indicator then was a modest ,ittle sheet. It had no marble stairs miiu iiu hwiu moving elevators, ana the circulation department was In very close touch with the editorial. We hardly knew a display ad from a reading notice. But luckily bur long residence and study of local condi tions in West Lufayette trained us for the arduous duties of chronicling Its events. We had swum in the Tus carawas with most of its leading citi zens and had played blackmail and gone on kissing parties with many of the present matrons In West I.afa yette society. We new the social status of every man in town, who was his grandmother, what church he ut tonded, and we knew who used nap- I kins when they had no company. I In these five years the Indicator has prospered beyond the fondest dreams .of the management. At the begin ning we oweil only a few people. Now we owe most everybody, and with those we have slighted we are willing to make a liberal adjustment in the I matter. It Is far from our Intention to show any partiality in our editorial policy. As the years have passed several ' nave expressed a willingness to have their names placed on our PooKs. Some of these have kindly offered , monetary contributions therewith, j Some have restrained their natural Impulses of generosity, expecting to I settle with our administrator - West i Lafayette (. I Indicator. i:iui.R.! Yen, I llae 1 omul it at Last. Found what'.' Why that Chamber-; Iain's Salv cures eczema and all manner of Itching of the skin. I have been afflicted for many years with skin disease. I had to get up three or four times every night and wash with cold water to allay the terrible itching, but sine using this halve in December, 180", the Itching has stopped and has not troubled me. Klder John T. Ongley, Rootville, Pa. For sale by ull druggists. o Subscrilw for TTie Evening ilJen. 0 0000 0 000 0 0 0 000 0 00 fl 0 0 0 0 0 0 . HELPS -STOKES I Eccentric Millionaire Spends Evening Cheering Fellow Socialists. Chicago. April 19. "Comrade" .1. i. Phelps-Sloks, of New York, avow ed socialist and reputed millionaire. Wednesday night formally defended himself from the accusation of being a capitalist. His emphatic defense drew equally emphatic applause from the 400 so cialists, wage earners ami factory EirU who heard hlni speak at Hull House. Mr. nnd Mrs. Stokes, who recently threw overboard the settlement move ment to attach themselves to the so cialist cause, ure in Chicago negoti ating for the purchase of a western railroad. Just where the railroad lies, no one in Chicago's budding socialist colony seems to know, but the nego tiations with financiers on la Salle street have so absorbed "Comrade" Stokes that he has been practically n recluse so far as the colony is con cerned since arriving. The two stopped originally at the Stratford hotel, but that seemed to promise it deluge of reporters, so they packed their grips and quietly slipped out Into some unknown retreat. Mr. Stokes" absorption In high lln ance to the exclusion of all social re lationship with the local "intellectu als" has been something of a disap pointment to the latter. Apparently the only man In Chi cago who knows where they are stop ping is "Comrade" O. T. Fraenckcl, secretary of the socialist county com mittee, who booked hint for the Hull House meeting Wednesday night. "They begged me not to tell their whereabouts," he said. "Mrs. Stoke.i is not well and Mr. Stokes Is so busy negotiating the purchase of tills rail road for the Stokes estate that ho can't be bothered." There Is more Catarrh tn this section ot the country than all other diseases put together, and until the last few years was supposed to be Incurable. For a great many years doctors pronounced It a local disease and prescribed local rem edies, and by constantly falling to cure with local treatment, pronounced lncur nble. Science has proven catarrh to be a constitutional disease and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured bv F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, Is the only constitutional cure on the market. It ts taken internally In doses from 10 drops to a teaspoonfui. It acts directly on the blood and mucous surfaces of the system. They ofTer one hundred dollars for any case It falls to cure. Bend for circulars and testimonials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & C., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by nil Druggists. 75c. Take Hall s Family Pills for constipa tion. Car Load of up to date rurniture ilue to arrive this week at Futrelle's. NOTICE TO IIOllNF; OWNERS. Tli Albuquerque run-luge Com pany, First nnd Tljcrns, lias secured l he Horvliv of a nrst-closs borscslMs r, unil guarantor all work, or no pay. Don't fail to attend the M. K. tea tomorrow afternoon or evening. ''Pneumonia's Deadly Work had no seriously affected my right lung." writes Mrs. Fannie Connor, of Rural Route 1, Georgetown. Tenn., "that 1 coughed continuously night and day and the nelghobis' predic- tion consumption semed Inevitable. until my husband brought home a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, which In my case proved to be the only real cough cure and restorer of weak, sore lungs." When all other emedies utterly fall, you mny still I win in the battle against lung and throat troubles with New Discovery, the real cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. &0c and 1.00. Trial bot t le free. S HAVING S 00C0OC000000tao Do You Need Lawn Mowers, Garden Rakes and Hoes, Rubber Hose, Cotton Hose. T?y us BEST OF QUALITIES J. KORBER & CO. ALBUQUERQUE, N. N. 212 NORTH SECOND ST. LfKCC0CCOC00C0C0Ott COME TO BELEN, H. M, Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe Railway The Belen Town audi Improvement Company Are Owners of Belen Townsite The Belen Town and Im provement Co. iOHN BECKER, Pres Washington Fashioned Apparel tMt WAftMINCTON OO. New York Via "Lake Shore" 20th Century Limited 1 "Michigan Central" Niagara Falls Route Magnificent Trains landing passengers in Grand Central Station In the Heart of New York City "Big Four" To CINCINNATI JAMESTOWN EXPOSITION When you travel, you might as well have the best. All railroad agents are delighted to ticket their patrons via the New York Central Lines Ask them. WARRFN J. LYNCH Psmenaer Traffic Manager, Chicago Cured of lElH-iiiiintism. Mr. Wm. Henry of Chattanooga. Tenn., hud rheumatism in his left arm. "The strength seemed to have ; gone out of the muscles so that was useless for work," he says. "I applied Chamberlain's Pain Halm and wrapped the arm in flannel at night, and to my relief I found that the pain gradually left me and the strength returned. In three weeks the rheu matism had disappeared and has not since returned." If. troubled with rheumatism try few applications of Pain Halm. You nre certain to be Pleased with the relief which It af fords. For sale by all druggists. RIGHT PRICES WM. M. BERBER, SeCy (if fVfll H;H 0 B BOB 3 0 0 0 000 Are For You on the Lookout Summer Comfort? 7'S HERE We've two and three piece Suits of all suitable and stylish Summer fabrics. Thin Coats, Thin Trousers, Negligee Shirts, Thin Underwear, Hosiery and all sorts of Thin Toggery for Summer Wear. And the best of the story is the fact that our prices are also thin enough for your satisfaction and comfort. Summer Suits at - - $12 to $30 Summer Trousers at $2 to $6 Hardly think you can mention an article of Clothing or Toggery that would add to your Summer comfort that we can not show in a style to please you. Come, see. M. MAN DELL Fine Clothing and Furnishings. The Price of Health. ! "The price of health In a malarious district Is just 25 cents; the cost of a box of Dr. King's New Life Pills," writes Ella Slayton, of Noland, Ark. New Life Fills cleanse gently and Im part new life and vigor to the sys tem. 25c. Satisfaction guaranteed at all druggists. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mulsa Bought and Ex changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Oepper Avenue. Thos. F. Keleher DEVOKS READY PAINT One Callon Covers 600 Square Feet. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT stops Leaks, Lasts Five Tears. JAP-A-LAC. 408 Wist Rmllnad Avooi A mioimorment Having acquired an Interest In the Standard Plumbing and Heating company, Mr. John StrtimquLst will In future have charge of the mechanical department and attend to the instal lation of all plumbing and heating work eirtrusted to this company. Standard Plumbing & Healing Co "SHORT LINE" to the mining camps of Colorado, Utah and Nevada; to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo, is 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. HOOPER, (iciM-rul Passenger At Ticket Agent Denver, Colo. K4K4K44SSOSOSCKa40 C4a4e4ta44 A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE 8AXTA FE WILL GO OVER THE MAI.V LIVE THROUGH TO BELEX, 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 I CASH. TWO-THIRDS MAY REMAIN ON NOTE, j WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR, ' WITH S PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FOR YOU WISH TO SECURE THE K4O404a4ao4oa4044 K404OS04SOaCS4K4SaOa 00 0HB000H0000a00BBH00HH 0000 GALORE.! $200 REWAKD. Is offered for the capture of A timo Pettlne, the murderer at Bene detto Berardlnelll. dime waa com mitted In Albuquerque Monday, Feb ruary 4. C. A. and C. GRANDE. I KILL the COUGH AND CURE tnb LUNC8 Dr. linn' WITH 8 Nov; Discovery fohC ONSUMPTION Price OUCHSaM B0o$1.00 OLDS Frts Trial. Surest and Quickest Cur for all THROAT and LUNO TBOUB LES, or MONEY BACK. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS They ifprrow W li t n Iftrity and oimitHta,tnt;resi I trot and bantsU tn ot mrtiwirws. ti.ni. Hiey are? 1,1 fas NaffrV tufrlrliat womanbuod, acinic Jf-wlopnit-nt uf or van and bMj. ha V ttnwti n me fur wnmra (Punata tht'in. I'aiiimi tlo harm 1f b VOH Ab1l BT ANN ft 9091. DON J. RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL BSTAT LOANS. Automatic Phon 4 SI. Room 10. N. T. ArmUo Building A. E. WALKER, nmm INSURANCE Secretary MutnaJ Poildln; ilnnninsi tlon. Office at 217 West RaOrwaV venae. W. E, MAUGEi VJOOL with Ttaube and Manger Office, 115 North First 8C ALBUQUERQUE, N. If. TOTI A OR API Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Bay. Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Llqnor" and Cigars. Place your orders for this line with us. 21S-215-217 NORTH THIItD ST.' THIRD. STREET Moat Market All Kinds of Freeb and Bait Bfaaftf Steam Sausage Factory. KMIIi KIJKNWOKT Masonic Building. North Third Str O. A, SLEYSTER INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Rooms 12 and 14 Cromwell Block. Albuquerque. Telephone No. 114. Give us your ROUGH DRY wrk. Monday, and get It back Wednesday. 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