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MONDAY, MAY . 107.
'K f.Wyi'ERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. PAGE SKVEB. Rubber Tired Folding Go-Carts $2.50 and up Heywoort - Wakefield and Fulton Go-CartF. Make happy children. Don't fall to see the 12.60 Cart W.V. Frutrelle Furniture Co Cir. Coal and Second -OOOOOOOOOCXDOOOOOOC)OOOOqO RAILROAD! Department! OOOOCXXJOCCOC FORD HARVEY WAS JUST III TIME TO BE TOO LATE Forfl Harvey, general manager, and J. F. Huckle, general manager of the news service of the Frel Harvey chain of hotels, lunch rooms and news stands, arrived in Albuquerque at 12:30 o'clock Sunday morning, en route to El Paso. They were pas sengers on train No. 9, and when they entered the banquet of the Shriners was Juxt breaking up. Mr. Harvey said: Pshaw, I wish that train had been on time. I would have enjoyed a lit tle of that irrigation water myself. (Using the word Dr. Wroth applied to champagne). Quite a Jolly crowd, full of fun and ginger. Well, there's nothing unusual about our trip. We are compelled to make a tour ever so often, and this Is one of our periodic al trips. Anything else in the news line. Mr. Huckle can supply you with." Mr. Huckle said: "On our trip we will make an in spection of the new hotel at Ash Fork Just opened. The Santa Fe is Invad ing new and prosperous territories each year and It keeps us pretty busy selecting new sites for hotels and lunch rooms." From El Paso, they will go over the Arizona lines, and tnen on to the coast lines, returning to Kansas City within a month. co-operative" store fORRMLROAD MEN The following is a prospectus of the proposed plan of the Santa Fe Employees Co-operative Mercantile association, which railroad employes at Winslow, Ariz., are booming: The authorized -capital to be J50, 000: shares $50 each. Object: To own and operate stores and to supply everything to eat and wear required by man or woman at actual cost of placing on sale in Winslow. To be incorporated under the laws of Arizona and the business to be handled bv a competent manager un der the direction and supervision of a board of directors; the funds to be handled by a treasurer who shall be fully bonded by a guarantee com pany. Stock to be sold only to actual em ployes of the A. T. & S. F. Ky. Stock to be non-transferable but to be redeemable In cash at Its face alue bv the treasurer of the asso ciation, 'less any Indebtedness ofthe owner. rri... nimir ,.r uhnrM mill to anv one person shall be limited to twenty or Jess, as may ue urvniru Jority vote of stockholders. The business to be started as soon as sufficient capital is subscribed. ... ,ni,lii , Ihrcp (.mial I (1 1 1 1 , 1 1 L I ' 1 1 1 . . w . ' ' " - ' --i parts, in thirty, sixty and ninety days from aaie oi suoscnpii'Hi. wc ired. , , In K. .vT.M,1u,l tit StltCKnOlll ers only equal to amount of stock i i neiu. All commodities handled to be sold at a moderate prom. ana. mier iim- lilt - 1' V . . V ...... fund for redemption of stock, etc.. tiaiance to oe paiu in Kuii niiiiiiit-in m .)i(ani1u ,.i-i- rufn twit' :t veil r. When additional capital Is required additional shares will be sold to stockholders or any .-aiua re ei ployee at par. SELF CLOSING' TELE GRAPH KEY INDENTED Railroad wrecks due to telegraph kevs lieinir It ft ouen will very likely he a thing of the past if a key that i-loses automation Iv immediately at ter beinir used, and which has just oeen patented by Jesse Sheets, of Covington. Kv., U universally adopt d by railroads. Mr. Sheets expects to receive the prize of several thou sand dollars that was offered by the United States government for such an invention some years ago. His Key is not complicated, like some others that liaxe been devised. It consists of but three parts and I u'jite simple hi Its construction. Kaiiroad teli:raph operators han dle a number of different keys at the same time and every time they use a key they have to throw a swit -h and not infrequently forget to close it, or fall to close it entirely, leaving '.he entire circuit useless, nut oniv in that particular office but In every other office with which It is connected. The old style keys are rtiso ociaioiiai! opened by perons !. urging around the telegraph offices railroad stations by accidentally touching the switch with their body or shoes. This Is said to oe inipo s:jle with the Invention of Sheets. railroads insist o sl'I U sTI.I.I. UUI.S Chi. -..go. I!!.. May 6. Action taken .st w.ek bv the American Railway association in regard to the alleged inferior quality of the steel rails which ihe mills have been supplying of late h..s raised a fnrore among the steel men. The prtsi.ient of the CarnCKie Steel company has i-sue.l a statement, declaring that the rails now being turned out are the best ever manu factured, and that the utmost care is t.k-ii to see that there are no Haws in them before they are tdiippe.:. H asserts there never was a lime v hMi fewer wrecks were traceable to .! -f'.cient rails than now. Members of the association, ho.e e,r. are not .llpo-e.) to e.l- I.ipi til,- pn-ltion taken III tin: report rnitted to the annual meeting. They declare that the rails are not. as th- should be. on a par wllh the structur al steel used for bridge building. The DEAD BABY SAVES SCS100L OF MINES FACULTY ELECTED FOR 1901-8 Thief's Heart Softened When He Discovered Waltnelght Had Troubles Enough. absence of a greater number of acci dents from broken rails, they say. Is due not so much to the superior quality of the rails, as to the unusual vigilance used to discover defects and the quick removal of deficient rails once they are discovered. Should the Improved quality of rails demanded cause an Increase In price, the rail road representatives declare, thev are willing to stand it, as it would be more economical In the long run. IliLTOV AXD KKNDRIOK kngagk ix WAit or woitns Chicago, 111, May 6. At the meet ing today of the western presidents and vice presidents, to cnnsiuer the lengthening of train schedules to the coast, President Felton of the Chi cago and Alton, and Second Vice President Kendrlck of the Santa Fe. engaged In a war of words that at one time threatened to develop in fisti cuffs. H. U. Mudge, vice president of the Rock Island, who weighs 300 Interposed, however, and permitted them to cool off. Things were not moving rapidly enough to suit president Felton. who Intimated that Vice President Ken drlck was present not for the purpose of securing an agreement, but to block proceedings. whereuDon Mr. Kendrlck came back with a line of sarcastic retort, and one of the dele gates suggested an adjournment. Fel ton and Kendrlck came out together. After luncheon both Insisted they were the very best of friends. The question of passenger time between Chicago and the coast, however. Is still unsettled. The Santa Fe switch endue start ed for Rlncon in an unusual manner Wednesday night at 8:45, says the ueming urapnic. Ihe crew had left the engine standing on the track and were eat ing supper, when the throttle In some manner Jarred open or leaked enough to start the engine down the tracK all alone, and when the crew- had finished eating the engine was not in sight. The engine from the Silver City train was cut loose and sent after the' runaway, which It overtook some live or six miles out, puffing serenely on ward without a light showing, and towed the wanderer back to town. Max James, a machinist apprentice it the Santa Fe shops at Raton, had his right thumb badly crushed and torn Thursday afternoon. His hand was caught between a block and an air pump. Pedro Belardo. an ashpit man at the roundhouse at Raton, suff ered a contusion of the right eye and eyelid Tnursday afternoon by being struck by the water hose. Holh men were treated by Dr. Shuler. C. W. Kouns, superintendent of transportation of the Santa Fe, has been promoted to assistant to the second vice president, with head quarters at Chicago. The position is a new one. Mr. Kouns will continue at the head of the transportation de partment. Brakeman William Nntt left Las Vegas last week for Atlanta, tin., where he will attend the annual con vention of the Brotherhood of Rail way Trainmen, which will be held In that city. Mr. Nott goes us a dele gate from lodge No. 221. Mrs. W. R. Brown, wife of W. R. Brown, southwestern freight and pas senger agent of the Santa Fe, Joined her husband here Saturday night. They were guests at the Alvarado Sunday, and left last night for their home at El Paso. On account of the Santa Fe Rail road company recalling 33 round trip rate, the excursion from Williams to Ihe Orand Canyon on May 12th. un der the auspices of the Knights of Pythias, will not be given. C. Betner, a railroad official on the Bio Grande division of the Santa Fe, with headquarters at San Martial, was a Sunday visitor in Albuquerque. Former Night Yardmaster Jeffries, of Las Vegas, has gone back on the road and Charles Frlnk. formerly en gine foreman, is acting as night ardniaster. J. X. Drury. master mechanic for the Santa Fe at l.a Junta, was an Al buquerque visitor yesterday. S. R. Cook, a railroad conductor running between San Martial and this city spent Sunday here. H. L. Sumner, In charge of the Pullman office at Las Vegas, spent .-unuay in Aiouquerque. Pittsburg. Pa., May 6. With his baby lying dead In one room, and his wife ill unto death In another, V. W. Waltnelght. a well-to-do citizen of Bellevue. the fashionable Pittsburg suburb, this morning encountered a burglar In tine of his upper halls. Mr. Waltnelght had not hat! much sleep for a week, but he became wide awake when he looked Into the muz zle of a big revolver held by a mask ed man who told him to throw up his hands. "Be quiet, please." said Mr. Walt nelght, as his hands Hew up. "My baby is dead In the house, and my wife Is seriously 111. She Is sleeping now. Any excitement would kill her also." "What's that, bnby dead?" came from behind the mask In the gloom of the hall. "You are not stringing me?" "No," said Mr. Waltnelght. with a sob. "My wife may die If she Is awakened now. Take everything you find, only get it quickly and go be fore anyone sees you, or give the alarm." "If that Is so," said the burglar with a tremor In his voice, "I am very sorry for you, and you have my sympathy. Had I known I would have selected another house. Here Is the watch I took from your pock et. I will restore the other articles as I go along. Well, goodbye, as I must be about my business," he said and left. The burglar who was a rather tall and powerful man, with slouch cap, and a small kit of tools, had gained entrance by turning and forcing out a key that had been left in the kitch en door after it had been locked for the night. After making an Inspec tion of the rooms on the first floor he went to the second floor, where he encountered the man of the house. Mr. Waltnelght reported the mat ter to the police, but asked that no special pains be taken to get the burglar with a heart. The baby was buried today. TERRITORIAL CAPITAL OFFICIAL MATTERS Santa Fe. X. M., May 6. The fol lowing articles of Incorporation have been filed In the office of Territor ial Secretary J. W. Raynolds: Forest Power company. Principal place of business at Silver City, Grant county. Territorial agent, A. H. Harllee, at Silver City. Capital stock $750,000 divided Into seven thousand five hundred shares of the Par value of 1100 each. Object, op erating electric light plant and other enterprises. Duration, fifty years. Incorporators, E. L,. Wood, A. H. Harllee. J. W. Crater. W. S. Cox, and Samuel Llndauer, all of Silver City. Mosrollon Motor Road company. Principal place of business at Silver City. Grant county. Territorial agent, A. H. Harllee. at Sliver City. Capital stock, $50,000. divided Into ten thousand shares of 35 each, com mencing business with $2,000. Ob ject, operating toll roads and motor cars for transportation of freight and pansengers, and other purpose. Duration, fifty years. Incorporators, Charles W. Marriott and R. P. Barnes, both of Silver City; and Ern est Craig, of Mogollon. fJlobe Manufacturing company. Principal place of business at Ixirds burg. Grant county. Territorial agent, Robert F. Fitz. at Iordsburg. Capital stock $10,000, divided Into two thousand shares of the par value of $5 each. Object, general mer cantile business. Duration. fifty years. Incorporators. .Nvilliam Hv Wlntee and Baxter lewis. both of Kl Paso. Texas, and Robert F. Fitz, of I.nrdsburg. Majority of Old Teachers Will Remain With the Institution. At a meeting of the b-vird of reg ents of the New Mexico School of Mines, held at Socorro la-t week, of ficers and faculty of th school for scholastic year of lfOT-s were elect ed as follows: Robert Peelle Xoble. picldent and professor of chemistry: A. K. Adams, professor of geology and mineralogy; It. V. Smith, professor of mining and metallurgy; K. A. Drake, professor of languages. Men will lie chosen later for the chairs of mathematics ami civil engineering, also a principal of the preparatory department. Miss Anne W. Fitch was re-elected regis trar and Robert I. Klrchnian Janitor. A decided change was made In re gard to the conduct ofthe prepara tory department of the school. Here after only the ninth and tenth grades will be offered In that department, and one of the buildings Just south of the School of Mines campus will be fitted up temporarily for the ac commodation of the preparatory stu dents. The regents present at the meet ing were: President A. C. Ahytle. Secretary nnd Treasurer C. T. Brown. A. H. Hilton, of San Antonio, and W. A. Fleming Jones, of Las Crimes. P. J. Savage was unable to attend on account of private business. THE MUTES WERE TOLD TO HIKE Mark Kearne, P. Martin nnd M. J. Flint, the three deaf and dumb hobos, who were brought here last week from Grants, N. M.. locked up, and then returned to Grants, for trlul, were acquitted there. They passed through Albuquerque Saturday evening en route to Denver, their home. When questioned by a report er, Flint, the youngest, wrote on a piece of paper "The Justice acquitted us. hut told us to hike out of town. We walked most of the way here securing a lift near Laguna. We' came back here to secure some food and will continue our Journey homewards tonight. My licst Friend. Alexander Benton who lives n Rural Route 1, Fort Edward. N. '. says: "Dr. King's New Discovery I my best earthly friend. It cured :ne of asthma six years ago. It has aUi performed a wonderful cure of in cipient comsumptlon for my son's wife. The first bottle ended the ter rible cough, and this accomplished, the other symptoms left one by one, until she was perfectly well. Dr. King's Xew Discovery power over coughs and colds Is simply marvel ous." No other remedy has ever equalled it. Fully guaranteed by all druggists. r,0c and $1.00. Trial bot tle free. Are you looking for something? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. It talks to the people and they talk to you. For stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation try Chamberlain s Stomach anil Liver Tablets. .Many remarkable cures have been effected by them. Price, 23 cents. Samples free. For sale by all druggists. Chnnilx'rlnln's ' Colic. Cholera nnd Diarrhoea Remedy. There Is probably no medicine made that Is relied upon with more Implicit confidence than Chamber lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. During the third of a cen tury In which It has been In use, peo ple have learned that it Is the one remedy that never fails. vVhen re duced with water and sweetened It Is pleasant to take. For sale by all druggists. AZTEC FARMERS ORGANIZE INSTITUTE Aztec, N. M., May 6. On last Tues day evening a mass meeting was held at the court house, at which the Az tec Farmers' Institute society was organized. The membership started with fifteen. All farmers and others Interested In horticulture and agricul ture are requested to Join. Richard Hendricks was elected president, C. R. Cutting, vice presi dent, E. P. Wilson secretary, and L. Current treasurer. The executive committee comprises the three first named officers, G. V. Lamberson and John Koppe. Just a Word Mr. Clothes Buyer! Have you purchased your summer suit? If not, be fair with youre'f this time and read care fully what we have to say. It's money saved If you do. You will need a summer ult here's yrur chance. A complete line of garments that for ftyle, nobby patterns, fit, workmanship and wearing qualities are unexcelled; manufactured by Kohn Brothers rtilrogo UNION MADE CLOTinXG. An opportunity to get such, exceptional values seldom comes during the season. Come and see what we offer try on these garments. $12.00 to f2.V0O. We've a complete line of up-to-date furnishings. The "little things" that all good dressers want "Just right." You'll find them here "Just right" priced "Just right." .-jM'il M. MAN DELL Fine Clothing & Furnishing XOTICF. TO 1IORSF5 OWNERS. The Albuquerque Carriage Com pany, First ami Tljeras, has securwl the M-rvh of a first-class horscsliocr, ami guarantees all work, or no pay. No breaking in needed r with the foot" JP Wonderful Kczcnia Cure. "Our little boy had eczema for five years," writes N. A. Adams, Henri etta, Pa. "Two of our home doctors said the case was hopeless, his lungs being affected. We then employed other doctors but no benefit resulted. By chance we read about electric, bit ters; bought a bottle and soon no ticed Improvement . We continued this medicine until several bottles were used, when our boy was com pletely cured." Best of all blood med icines and body building health tonics. Guaranteed at all druggists. 60c I f 200 REWARD. Is offered for the capture of A tlmo Pettlne, the murderer of Bene detto Berardlnelll. Crime was com mitted In Albuquerque Monday, Fek ruary 4. C. A. and C. GRAND B. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex-chanted. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. MASTF.lt MKCIIAMC HICKS AIJI.K TO 15K OCT A(i A IX. San Bernardeno. Call.. May 6. I. C. Hicks, master mechanic of the Santa Fe, who had a narrow escape from death last Friday, is out again. Mr. Hicks leaped from the engine cab of a Santa Fe train running forty miles an hour near Pasadena, when he thought a collision was unavoid able. He escaped death by landing In a gravel pile, but sustained severe bruises und cuts on his left side, his left leg being especially badly bruised. The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is c o tnfo rt able from the start. The burning and aching caused by stiff soles and the evils of thin soles are pre vented by the Red Cross. It enables a woman to be on her feet for hours at a time with comfort. A stylish shoe thaCs absolutely comfortable Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAINT One Gallon Covers COO Square Feet. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Lasts Five Tears. JAP-A-LAC. 408 Wttt Railroad Araov Jkrd H: Si, Rtd Ou$ Paumi Cull Blutitr, S4.00 Oxfords, $3-5 High Shoes. $4.00 Let us fit you. WM. CHAPLIN 121 Railroad Artauo HP A. C. Itll.K ki: ami JOHN S. 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Automatic Phone 411. Room 10, N. T. ArmUo Building a. e. WALKER,, rmm IN9UHANCK Secretary Mutual Building ftnsrmm tlon. Office at 217 Weet Railr4t avenue. W. E. MAUGER WOOL with Raube and lfauger Of floe, IIS North First 8C ATBtJQXERQUE. N. 1C rOTI A OR API Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ea, Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor and Cigars. Place your orders fe this line with us. 213-216-217 NORTH TH-RD BT. THIRD STREET Meat Market AU Klndi of Fresh and Salt MaaJa Steam San sage. Factory. EMIL EXIEXWORT Masonic Building, North Third B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. REAL ESTATB NOTARY PUBLIC. Rooms 12 and Albuquerque. 14 Cromwell Telephone No. Block, It. Give u jour ROUGH Monday, and get it back Imperial Laundry Co. DRY work, WednaadKA JJITHBaHBHHHtaHHWHflHHHHHBflHHHBHBHMHHnHMBBMBHBKMHBItflllflflBHC rOcoaooooaoaoaoacooooooaroa Kaoocoacaaaaoaoaa ioa its Location BELEN IS 31 MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUERQUE. N. M., AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADNO 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.". 2Iil0 FEET. LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 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 116,000; 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. 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. oooootcotofoiotooot ao K2eooc4Koaoaoaoaaaafa COME TO BELEN. 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'y H H V n n a n n H n H M H n H n x H X H H n BT H a m n SROQC SnHHBBKr;if BKBBBBBBBBBBBflBnBBflBBnBBBBlflBflBBBflflBHBBDBBBBBBflBtfBBflBflBBBBBBBBHBBB Kacoaoaoaooaaom0 0OtOtOtCHKOt ac 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 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 OX 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. rooaoaoaoaoaoooaoaooaoaoa Kaoaoaaaaoaaocaaa -ao 13 ME? n H 0 H D 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0