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Al.MXurLKgUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SETZX. ooooooocoooooo Special Rubber Tired Folding Go-Carts $2.50 and up Heywooil - Wakefield and Fulton Go-Carte. Make harpy children. Don't fail to pee the $2.50 cart. W.V. Frutrelle Furniture Co Cir. Ccal and Second 09U00C0000000001 XOOOOOOCXXXXXXXXXOCXXJCXXy") announcement has been made as yet (.AiiiL-ri mug itie luture (Mincy 01 me ! company in reK.ird to permitting ex ploration and location of the patented lands of the company by miners, but vigorous efforts are being made by strong interests to have these lands j thrown open to the prospector on fair ! terms. RAILROAD Department! cocxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx SANTA FE IS MAKING FRIENDS IN KAHSA! J. A. NaiiKelc formerly Kcneml maimer of the .Sonora railway and ; now head of one of the departments i of the Central Mexicano railway, ; passed thruunh .Albuquerque last ; night, en route to Kl l'aso from a ' trip east. Mr. Naugi le was aboard his private car, No. 15. a , P. E. Blackthorn and U. Williams, of the secret service department of the Santa Fe. claiming Albuquerque as their homes, arrived in the city last night and are at the Alvurado. W. P. Sill, a railroad man station- the LV.MliER.MEN APPEAL TO THE COMMISSION. Washington, May 3. Rivalry be tween the Hill and Harrlman lines in the northwest finally ha culminated in the presentation of the matter to the interstate commerce commission. For several months lumber dealers and manufacturers in Washington, particularly, and in the Tuget sound territory generally, have complained informally to the commission that, owing to the refusal of the Hill and Harriman lines to make them through rates and Joint rates, tbey were unable to get their products shipped to points east of the moun- 'The Pacific Coast Lumber associa tion, the .Southwest Washington Lum ber association and the shingle mills bureau tiled a complaint under the new rate law with the comission against the Northern Pacific, the Great Northern, the Union Pacitic, the Oregon Short Line and fifteen other railroads, requesting the commission to issue orders providing that the railroads shall make through and joint rates on lumber products from points in Washington via Portland, Ore., to points east of the Cascade mountains. It is stated in the petition that there are 4 17 sawmills in western Washington with an annual output of nearly three billion feet of lumber. It is alleged that the defendant lines refuse to Interchange cars at Port land and that it thus is rendered Im possible to t-'et the lumber products to market. ... l..ite yesterday afternoon two loco motive", bound for t ld Mexico, pass ed through the city. The locomotives were remodeled by the American Lo comotive works, i f Cooke. N. Y., from coal consumers to oil burners. The engines are for the Central Mexic.mo I'iiilroad. the cost of s new west to terminal coast will te complete and It is estimated th it printing the Santa F bound through tariff Points on the l'.icjtic ) in. nun. but it will b cotlipl ehensiVe, i: Ml koi u.Mis ol'irs rut mini u. hen. i. Nev , May i The Southern Pacitic company has authorized its at torney here, Charles It. lowers, to make the announcement that In th future iii all deeds made by the com pany there will not lie a mineral res. ervalion clause. This clause, ulii.-i has been Inserted in all deeds convey ing the lands originally granted tin Central Pacific, has been used for tne past four years, its t-ffect being to re serve for the company all min.-raN contained In the lands. 'Pc- r. ,-e .t .i- lion, hi ii oT-ly'u te.1 v:t:i Umd Anient W. Ji. ii.lls. .:!H proe beneficial to prospectors ;lll 1 the mining Industry at large, as the reservation f lliw formerlv tlseil uas ... - . . - I very broad and sweeping in effect. No' buslnesp. Hutchinson. Kan.. May 3. The Santa Fe railroad Is adopting a course in regard to tne new railroad legisla tion that will make it a lot of friends. In preparing the law to compel rail roads to carry passengers on frelgnt ed at Milwaukee. Wis., stopped over trains, a measure much needed in this. In the city last night, en route to the section, it was impossible to provide i Shriner conclave at Los Angeles, that railroad business should be in- j terfered with and the wording of the D. Orn, connected with the Santa bill though as strong as possible, i Fe office -at La Junta, arrived in the would be lame if resisted on technl-1 city last night, calities. Put the Santa Fe has Issued ,,,, an order that the intent and spirit of II. J. Lyddane. claim agent for the the law shall be carried out. If all I Santa Fe, is in Las Vegas on ollicial the railroads act as fairly as the Santa Fe It will earn them the friendship of a lot of traveling men. Following is the bulletin issued by the Santa Fe: -Dodge City. April 11, 190.. "All Agents and Conductors: Referring to my wire bulletin dated March 17, addressed to all agents and conductors relative to car rying passengers on freight trains, I desire to call attention to the one clause of this law which reads, 'No freight train will be required to stop to receive any passenger at any other point than where scheduled to stop. As there are a few points where our freight trains are scheduled to stop, a literal interpretation of this law would practically nullify it. How ever our managers have decided that we will permit passengers to use lo cal freight trains w,hele,theymm"u Btop for freight work. We will not undertake to especially accommodate passengers by stopping our local freight trains where we do not nave to stop to handle freight, but conduc tors should all understand that we will permit the use of our trains b passengers to points for which vhey nave freight and must stop on that account. ,hrough tranS( the only stops made outside of terminals are for taking coal and water and meet ing and being passed by other trains and conductors running those trains are to accept passengers for such points where they know they will be required to stop for any of the pur poses mentioned. Another clause of the law reads. This act shall not be construed to apply to freight trains on main lines carrying live stock.' This we will in terpret to mean that exclusive live stock trains on our main lines in Kansas shall not carry passengers other than live stock attendants, vroi will understand from above that it is not our intention to be too rigid in the enforcement Of the exceptions permitted by law; that te. as to points to which w e may carry passengers on local or through freight trains. The Intent of the law is that the public shall have the use of our freight trains where it will not discommode the railway company, and we shall adopt that practice in complying with the law. Yours truly, O. K. AY Kit. Superintendent." Territorial Topics The grant board has filed a petition for an injunction against Max Nord haus. Henry J. Coors, Frank A. Man zanares and Frank A. Manzares, ad ministrator of the estate of Francisco A. Manzares, deceased. Joseph Chene and others. A temporary injunction is asked to restrain the defendants from cutting timber on the Las Vegas grant, and the court has granted an order to show cause, returnable on May in, why such an Injunction should not be issued. Miss Elsie M. Schurcman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Schureman, of Green Valley, Illinois, who has been in Silver City for the past nine months In search of health, died there last Wednesday. Her decease was a particularly sad one, on account of her youth, accomplishments and unusually .lovable disposition. In the short time of her residence In the territory she drew to herself a larg' circle of friends, among whom her passing is keenly felt. The remains have been shipped to the old home for Interment. Silver City Is to have a complete new electrical equipment which will be installed in the power house of the New Mexico Light, Heat & Power company as soon as the machinery can be built and sent in. Manager Wood, of the lighting company, says that the order has been signed and that It Includes a condensing Corliss engine capable of generating 225 horse power, and a large alternating dynamo with a capacity of 3,750 six teen candle power lights. The busi ness of the company is rapidly in creasing and the new purchase Is In answer to an urgent demand. It Is expected that the new additions will be In operation within the next six months. BIG FOUR ENGINEER GETS HIMSELF IN TROUBLE ;wJt d h 1 ! Is fV t f n i.- ilt .! imii i. it"M'-''gtygf x 'i I VKTIM OF VIl.i: I.KTTKK MUITKIJ. I M. STIXEK, MHO IS ClLVICGKll Willi XII K l.Ol IMO STKM.KY. Ili:it fSTKI'I ATIIKH, C t itiii;. Cleveland, May 1. That Clarence Its and an apparently Indulgent hus M. Ktlner, a stalwart man of nerve j b',n,(1 nd i"ther. It seemed Incredible . i that he was the autnor of the vile and muscle engineer of the Pig attacks upon his wife's child. Four Twentieth Century limited out i If Stlner Is found guilty of the of this city Is gulltv of one of the ' charge, it will be shown ...at he ad most Ingenious and insidious crimes j dressed letters to himself, that he on record, is the theory of the federal ! charged himself in these letters with officials who have arrested him on ! hideous crimes, that in the same way A bad cave-i:i at the St. Iuls mine of the Hurro Mountain Copper company at Leopold, west of Silver City, resulted in the killing of Santas Halves on Sunday last. During the slide Halves was caught beneath an immense boulder. the weight of which was so great that the services of eight men were required to move it. His death was instantaneous. Af ter the body of the dead man was recovered it was found that his skull was fractured in several places, both legs broken and numerous other In juries sustained. The company seems to be blameless In the matter as Halves with th the company had been warned to keep away from the place where the accident occurred. A coroner's Jury returned a verdict In accordance with the facts and absolved the company from responsibility. Balves is sur vived by a wife and two children. He was a recent arrival. charge of sending obscene letters through the mail to Louise Straley, his stepdaughter. For three months detectives were baffled by a letter writing mystery which involved Louise Straley and her school chum, Kunlce Pillars. These young high school girls bear the best of reputation)". Xearlfy every day letters signed W. S. were received at the Stiner home, address ed to Stiner, his wife or her pretty daughter. They were all Infamous creations, evidently the work of a vicious degenerate. The uncanny familiarity of the anonymous writer with the affairs of the Stlner and Pillarses led the police to watch the actions of a number of schoolboys of the neighborhood. The arrest of Stiner came as a complete shock. A man of good hab- he attempted to ruin the fair name of his daughter by marriage. The motive for such ingenious vll lany Is not supplied by the govern ment detectives. Miss Straley rias a sweetheart of whom Stlner professes to be fond. There Is no record of trouble between the eiifcfneer and his wife. Louise was a 10-year-old girl when her widowed mother mar ried Stlner. He has taken a fatherly interest in her welfare, and they have been devoted companions. A week before his arrest Stlner made public a threat that he would kill the letter writer if he caught him. Handwriting experts will be re lied upon to support the charge of the prosecution. Stlner Indignantly denies his guilt, and his wife and her daughter believe him. NEW CATTLE SANITARY BOARD NAMES OFFICERS The new territorial cattle sanitary board met at the offices of the sec retary, Will C. Rarnes, in this city late Wednesday afternoon and per fected organization, ('apt. E. Good win Austen was re-elected president of the board and Will C. Harnes was again chosen for secretary. All were present with the exception of W. C. McDonald, of Lincoln county, who was busy shipping cattle and was un able to get away. The other mem bers of the board are: C. L. Ballard, of Chaves county. K. R. Manning of Colfax county, Victor Culberson of Orant county, and George W. Haker of Union county. The retiring mem bers of the board were W. H. Jack of Grant county, Robert Martin of Sierra county, and M. X. Chaffln of Ijis Vegas. Outside of the organiza tion, nothing but routine business was transacted. The old board met Monday after noon and accepted the financial re port of the secretary, the auditor's re port and wound up all business for the year, preparatory to turning the affairs over to the new board. $100 Reward. 1100. The reaaers of this paper will be pleas ed to Ram that there la at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its stages, and that is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh being a con stitutional disease, requires a constitu tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the sys tem, thereby destroying the foundation of the disease, and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution i i. .., . . . i , m . rinlnff On work other employes of .rne proprietors have so much faith in Its curative powers mat iney uner vjiiu Hundred Dollars for any case that it falls to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Address: F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, "ic. Take Halls Family P'Us for constlpa- o Subscribe for Xlie ftrcalng Citlieo T KEEP F IN HIS STOMACH W1I1I.K llXINU TACKI.K FA11.MEI1 SWALLOWS KAMI (OMPI1CA XIOX.S WITH TI MOR SOON UKSl I.T. Just a Word Mr. Clothes Buyer! Have you purchased your summer uit? If not, be fair with yourself this time and rad cars fully what we have to sny. It's money saved If you do. You will need a summer suit here' your chance. A complete line of garments that for !yle. nobby patterns, fit, workmanship and wearing qualities r unexcelled; manufactured by Kohn Brothers IMOX C lilmjro MADi: CLOTHING. An opportunity to get such exceptional a'u! seldom conies during the season. Come and see what we offer try on these garmentJ. $12.00 to S2.Y00. We've a complete line of up-to-date furnishing'. The "little things" that all good dressers want "Just right." You'll find them here "Just right" priced "Just right." k "tlM M. MAN D ELL Fine Clothing & Furnishing with his flneer. However, as the end lKn't I'ny Alimony. on which the little spear Is attached , be divorced from your appendix, was foremost In his throat, he was There w, be no occasion for it if ,,,,! , leinoxe i.. ..- ...... hn-vpi. rplni r w th Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their ac tion Is so gentle that the appendix has no cause to make the least com plnlnt. Guaranteed by all druggists. 25c Try them. ATTOItNKYN PIU'.PXItF. TO for i: umitiMAN to talk. Wnsnington. May 3. It is under stood that Messrs. Severance and Kel logg, special attorneys for t'.ie inter state commerce commission, have prepared the paper by which it is proposed to require Mr. Hatrlmn" to answer unestlons which he declined to answer at the recent hearings In Xew York. Th aidi.Mtlon ti the court to force Mr. H.ir'imai to re spond will be mad.; this week In Xew York. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERT. SALE. FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. $200 REWARD. i Is offered for the rapture of A tlmo Pettlne, the murderer of Bens detto Berardinelll. Crime was com mltted In Albuquerque Monday, Feb ruary 4. C. A. end C. GRANDE. Horses and Mules Bought and Exchanged. MONTKONi: ATTOR N EY AFTER IWTTLEMEN. Montrose, May 3. District Attor ney Hugo Sellg has been called to Grand Junction to attend the cor oner's Inquest over the remains of I'eter Swanson, who was murdered! last week at Kannance creek. The I district attorney reported that there I was strong evidence against a number I of cattlenten of that section, who are j suspected of having a motive for the Clime. i BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. POLO PLAYED KOIt JOl l.l (TP AT LAKEWOOD. X. .1. Lakewood, X. J., May 3. The pa trons of polo are greatly Interested In the game of polo that will be played on the Georgian court grounds. The prizes are very valuable, being four Individual cups offered by Mrs. Geo. Gould. The polo contest precedes the country club of Lakewood's fifth annual horse show, gymkhana ami pony rao'r-s, to b? decided May 3 and 4. Many of the polo players will compete In the later sports. STRIKE OF MILLWORKERK CKIPPIiES INDUSTRY. Denver, May 3. It has been con ceded by both the planing mill owners and employes that If the mill strike, w hich began Wednesday, Is allowed to progress to any length It will result In seriously crippling the building In dustry. Carpenters at a meeting last night voted to refuse to handle any products of the local mills. Negotia tions for h settlement of the strike are still in progress, and the case Is not considered a hopeless one. EG;S Kilt HATCHING. Lexington, Ky., May 3. Iee Adams, a 'well known young farmer of this county, who lives with his father. Charles H. Adams, near Ath ens, was in Lexington today to con sult with physicians with regard to naving taken rrom his stomach a r, . -n ap,,inlr nose comb davs0a0goWh"'h HWH"'J -v-ral!R.on9 Leghorn. anHarrlTRocks: The latter part of last week Mr. rur" i00''8' 4 laying hens. Address Adams bought a package of lish 1 J- E- Pauley. F.tancia. N. M. hooks at a store In Athens and took ! them to his home to refit his tackle j for a day's fishing. That night he 1 got out several old lines, and while he was going over them, putting on a hook or a cork when needed, he held a fishhook In his mouth. While he had a large hook In his mouth he was suddenly seized with a tit of sneezing, and before he could remove the hook he had swallowed it. Call ing to his mother, he told her that he had swallowed the hook, explain ing that it was near the roof of his mouth, and that he could touch it Sore Nipples. Any mother who has had experience with this distressing ailment will be pleased to know that a cure may be affected by applying Chamberlain's Salve as soon as the child Is done nursing. Wipe it off with a soft cloth before allowing the babe to nurse. Many trained nurses use this salve with the best results. For sale by all druggists. o Special rubber tired folding gocarts I2.5U ami up. Futrelle Furniture Co. A. C. lill.lt KE and JOHN S. .MITCHELL Invite their friends to make New .Mexico headquarters at The Hollenbeck Hotel Lo$ Angeles, California Your friendship and patronage is appreciated. Courtesy and attention to guests Is a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe better than ever. Location convenient and desirable. Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door. Thos. F. Keleher R-EVOES READY PAINT One Gallon Covers $00 Sqnare Feet. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Last Five Tears. JAP-A-LAC. 408 Watt Railroad Avboi Announcement Having acquired an interest In the Standard Plumbing and Heating company, Mr. John Strumqulst will In future have charge of the mechanical department and attend to the Instal lation of all plumbing and heating work entrusted to this company. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co "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. HOOPER, General Passenger A Ticket Agent Denver, Colo. 1 KILL: the COUCH and CURE thi LUNC8 WITH Dr. King's Nov Biscovory forC ONSUMPTION Price OUGHSanil BOe&II.CO OLDS Free Trial. Surest and Uuickest Our for all THROAT and LXJNO TROUB LES, or MONEY BACK. MOTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS i&rlW und un)iKalan,liM!rtm Yipuar fcnei baviiUb "(mint ( Mtenatrusv tljn M They r 1,1 ffc TrV lofrlrlutt womanhood, aid in vlopmrnt of cream and body. Wo known rmtMiy for womn vqnaift ':sa i""'n. t annot ilo liarm III ( V.pnnifi a. pitiiftiit-. 4M t ny tnnii. oirt r-y draffiata. tfOTT CBEftUCAL JoUUa4,4Jh roa Abv bt ANN a son DON J.RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATB LOANS. Automatic Phone 411. Room 10, N. T. ArmUo Bulldln A. E. WALKER, . nmm IN9UMANOK Secretary Mutual Building AaaoCBSk tlon. Office at 217 West RailrMsV avenue. - W. E. MAUGER VJOOL with Raube and Mauger Office, 115 North First St. ALBIQI EltQUE, X. U. ron a air aoi Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ha, Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor and Cigars. Place your orders tot this line with us. 213-216-217 NORTH THIRD ST. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Steam Sausage. Factory. EMIL KUEXWORT Masonic Building. North Third Strae B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE, REAL ESTATB NOTARY PUBLIC. Rooms 12 and 14 Cromwell Block, AJbuqutrque. Telephone No. lit. Give us year ROUGH DRY irorft, Monday, and get It back Wedneada Imperial Laundry Co. n n H u n n M U H H 0 H H U u 0 0 H n u ft 0 H 0 ft ft ft ft ft It ft m oaKao4eoaoaoooa H4eKaoaoara0 t o its Location BELEN IS 31 MILES SOCTH 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 LOT?, 25x140 feet. laid out with broad so and 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park a. d 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 ieo barrels daily; large winery; three hotels, res taurants, etc. belen is the largest ship ping foint 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. Kvcaoaoao)-aoc4o o KKOOtaaaaaooat K COME TO BELEN, H. M. Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on Belen Cut-o& of Santa Fe Railway The Belen Town and Improvement Company Are Owners of Belen Townsite The Belen Town and Im provement Co. iCHN BECKER, Pres WM. M. BERGER, Sec' KVf4KtO0aaoaf Kaaaaaaaacaaocaa A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAIN'S OF THE SANTA FE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND 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 PER CENT INTEREST THEREON. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS. IF oKa4KaaoK ,tK Kaaa4roa)oaoaaaoao04oa -00 a 0 n b B D 0 0 H 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ft 0 0 0 0 0 &EaRfSRa0H0B0BH00Bft0000000000000000ft0000:0ft000000000B0ft00000000BBBft0BftB0BH00000ft