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FRIDAY, MAY 31. 107.
Ai.Ergrr.KQrE evening citizen. PAGE NIK. t ili- ifir V ( mm Direct From The Orient Large assortment of China and Jap Mat tings from 20c per yd. up. W.V. Futrelle Furniture Co Cor. Coal and Second SUES FOR $25.- 0 AWARDED 61-4CENTS A Member of Friday Club Said She Was Dishonest. She Appealed to Court. NO CONVENTION FOR WINDY CITY Pittsburg. Pa., Miy 31. A verdict has been returned in favor of Mrs. C. A. Green in her suit against Mrs. Annie G. Kiefer, Mrs. .Marie B. Kramer and Mrs. Annie F. Rafferty, prominent society women and mem bers of the Friday Afternobn club, an exclusive organization, the damages awarded, however, being only nomi nal. Mrs. Green had sued for $25. 000, and the Jury awarded her 6 Vi cents, which places the costs on the defendants. The suit resulted from the receipt by Mrs. Kiefer of a letter in whiuh she was charged with dishonesty in connection with the club affairs. Mrs. Green said that the defend ants had accused her of being the au thor of the letter, awl she asked for compensation us the result of the hu miliation which she said she had suf fered through the statement alleged to have been made about her. The letter which caused all the trouble follows: '"I want to tell you that you had no ripht to run the Friday night party the way you did. You did not act right or on the square, and many are not satisfied at all. "You had no right to change the night after the regular time had been set. and we paid for the prizes, ami our women deserved them, not two strange women who lever were In the club at all, to pay nothing, and to beat our women out of their rights, and 'ou never spent all the money you took up, so you may well enter tain at the Country club when you are paid in advance. Card shark and thief and liar. Show this to your husband." Suckers' Support of Cannon Will Frighten Away Republicans. FINOS ALTOS WOMAN Chicago, May 31. If Illinois Is "on the square" for Uncle Joe Cannor for the presidential nomination, the chances are against Chicago "grab bing off" the republican national con vention of 1S0S. This information reached Chicago recently from Wash ington. Political leaders consider the news from the national capital as tantamount to a declaration of war by the administration against the speaker of the house. The national convention must not be held in hostile territory," is the substance of the word which was carried to republican leaders who are anxious to secure the big republican event for this city and for which a strong organization is to be perfected Monday. It Is understood that Chair man Harry JS. New, of the republican national committee, is headed for Chicago to make a personal investiga tion of the Illinois situation and to ascertain just how strong and how sincere Is the movement to make Sen ator Cannon the party nominee for president. The Impression which goes forth from high sources is that the presi dential nomination lies between Sec retary Taft as the administration can didate and Speaker Cannon, who is now said to be the center about which the interests arrayed against President Roosevelt will converge. Chairman New is believed to be in the possession of credentials from Washington which empower him to declare emphatically that the national gathering shall not be held in the heart of country which may be In imical to the desires of President Roosevelt's political friends. It is to learn the true strength of the speaker in his home state that the Chicago pilgrimage of the nation al chairman is to be made. railroad! Departments SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. UXXXXXXJo Charles Simpson, Miss Mabel Iturr. Kan., were married Wednesday. Mav 22 of llnton, and if Smith Center, in that place on Mr. and Mrs. ALL WORN OUT. This i t:-." time cf ' c.-.r f ir the "all worn out" fcciin. Yi-i: hi'ar it every where. "I'm a:i worn out." We're Always ON THE SQUARE! BY MISTAKE Silver City, N. M., May 31. Maty Eaton, aged 23, of Plnos Altos, died Sunday morning from an overdose of morphine, taken accidentally. De ceased had been cooking for John Freaney at his saw mill near the Twin Sisters, and was found Sunday morning lying in her room uncon scious but still alive. Dr. Truholtz was hastily summoned from Fort Hay ard, but arrived too late to save the young woman's life. At her side was found the medicine bottle almost empty. It had contained morphine, which the young woman took when attacked by painful headaches. On Saturday she had complained of a headache and It is supposed that In attempting to relieve it took too much of the powerful drug. Deceased comes from a well known Plnos Altos family, being a sister of F. W. Eaton. Justice of the Peace Newcomb went up on Sunday, and a coroner's Inquest was held, resulting in a ver dict of accidental death. The funeral of the deceased took place on Monday afternoon at the city cemetery. Kev. Jackson read the burial service. FORT BAYARD. N MAY 1, ISO". Sealed proposals in triplicate for sinking and walling a brick well lit feet in diameter, 4D feet deep, at this post, will be received here until 11 a. m., June 1, and then opened. Information furnished on application. United States reserves right to accept or reject any or all proposals. En velopes containing proposals should be endorsed "Pre posals for Well" and addressed to Capi. S. P. Vestal, Quartermaster. BUFFALO PINCH AT VANN'S NEW FOUNTAIN. The case of Albert W.illis vs. the Raton Coal and Cuke company, wjj fcivtn a hearing las Saturday before Refer- YV. K. Conner, at the law ottn-e of Attorney Charles A. Sple-s, in Raton. Wallis. who is now a resi dent "f El Pas,,, claims that $3.iMtl is d ie him for railroad work done for the ci'inpar-y in lSH'i. fit jn countries vwicre ueer is the national beverage. n there is practically no drunk enness, for beer contains a email jx-rccntage of alcohol and is rich in food values. The rai st Eight-Day Maltintr 1'rocesa make Pabst lilue KibUin lieer the most healthful beer brewed the beer richest in uctuul food values. The Pabst brewing Pro. cess reduces the percentage of alcohol to less than St' while making the beer abso lutely pure, healthful, and Btrengtiienirg. ARE CHARGED WITH STEAL ING SHEEP Carlsbad, X. M., May 31. 1!. M. and S. L. Mitchell, doing business under the name of Mitchell Pros., ami who are prominent sheep owners on the plains east of Carlsbad. were placed under arrest on the charge of sheep stealing. 1 he complaint was sworn to by the members of the ltuckeve Sheep com pany, Griffith & Swigart anil Sim Eaves, charging them with the theft of 440 head of sheep. They gave bond for their appear ance in the sum of Il'.OImi each. Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera fliiu Diarrhoea Remedy. There is probably no medicir. made that is relied upon with more implicit confidence than Chamber lains Colic, Cholera and DIaihoe. Remedy. During the third of a cen tury in which it ha9 been In use. peo ple have learned that it is the one remedy that never fails. When re duced with water and swee'ened It is pleasant to take. For sale bv al druggU's. Simpson arrived in Raton last Sunday and will make that city their future home. The groom is one of the most popular railroad boys in the vicinity of Raton and has the best wishes of his many friends for the future hap piness of himself and wife. IMPR() KMF.NTS M)IJ Till: COAST 1.IXF.K. San Pernardlno, Cul., May 3 1. Vice President 11. K. Kciuiilck, Gen eral Manager A. G. Wells, General Superintendent I. L. llibbard. Chief Engineer 11. C. Phillips, and other of ficials of the Santa Ke, who have been touring the coast lines of the Santa Ke, passed through the city last Wed nesday, en route to San Francisco. They will spend two or three days on the valley lines and t the San Fran cisco terminals The party of officials visited San Diego Monday, and the following statement as to Improvements on the San Diego line was made by General Manager A. G. Wells: "During this year the Santa Fe will also cut the Del Mar hill, lowering the present 2.2 per cent grade to 1 per cent, thus reducing the rise from 116 feel to the mile to 53 feet to the mile. "Perhaps within the year, and If not this year, then certainly next year, the Santa Fe will avoid Soledad canyon." Vice President Kendrlck confirmed the several times published statement that the company will the coming year spend between $2(U,ono and $3(10.000 in Improvements at the San Bernardino shops, which indicates that the fear that the improvements might not all come this year, because of the retrenchment policy or the railroads, is unfounded. t 11AIL-IAK KING DK.VU'K I'Olt SAFETY OF Dlt WltRMX.I S. New York, May 31. The New Haven railroad has Just placed a rail locking device on the new four-track drawbridge over the Housatonic river at Naugatuck Junction that will ren der impossible the recurrence of an accident similar to that on the Atlan tic City drawbridge last year. This accident caused t lie experts much study and the new device is the out come. . The rails of the new draw bridge instead of meeting with blunt ends, overlap each other fully a foot and a half. Hut the chief measure of safety is a means of locking the two ends of the rails by use of a bolt or plunger. On each rail is a hole and when the two rails are in their proper position the tower man, by movement of a lever, drives the bolt through the two holes, which firmly fastens the two rails in a rigid and perfect alignment. By means of a dial the tower man can tell if the bolt has made the movement neces sary to lock the rails. Thus abso lute safely is assured before the sig nal is given for the train to cross. mm Tin: SANTA it: IS j SHORT OF LABOR. The Santa Fe company Is rinding it i ditlicult to secure enough -men to keep up the wink on the "rip track de partment of the shops, says the San Bernardino Sun. The result is that the number of "bad order" freight cars is rapidly filling up, they being stored In large numbers on tracks ! where they will not Interfere with the regular tratllc. The unfinished tracks in the new yards In this city are being used for storing purposes! until such time as the shop force can reach the cars and put them into! shape for road service. This Is an unfortunate situation In the face of the car shortage that the ! railroads are now experiencing, but ' the otilcials say It cannot be helped, as It seems almost Impossible to se- j cure competent workmen for the1 "rip" tracks. The present force is being worked long hours and even on Sunday to try and catch up, but the bad order cars seem to pile up so rapidly they can not be gotten through the shop. line reason for the number of cars out of commission because of being defective. Is that since the Immense congestion of tratllc on all the rail roads the demand for cars has com pelled the company to keep the cars In commission just as long us possible, the result being that a large number of cars are now being put in the "bail order" class. With the advent of the summer months It Is expected there will be a slackening up of business sufficiently to permit the catching up of the "rip" track work. When the hotter weather conies on there will be let"1 of the refrigerator car work, which will allow more time to be expended on the ordinary freight cars. No. 7 struck a hand car Sunday evening east of Hebron. No one was Injured, as the section men all gave up the ship before the engine hit the car. The car was badly damaged. Vet v... ; ; r us. joust smosiu Did you ever Bton tr. fthtnW I "hat It means? Well, it means just this; 'my liver isdulland not working" rroperl, my stomach is tak ing too much food which it is'nt digesting properly, I'm il clogged up from being In doors with so tittle fresh air all winter long, and my body is full of impuri ties. In consequence I'm dull, half feverish and tired all the time.' That is what 'all worn Out' really means. Take a tablespoonful of Cooper's New Discovery three times a day for two weeks and the 'all worn out' feeling will certainly leave. Mr. Burger was 'all worn out' once. "For some weeks I sutTered from an affection cf the stomach that seemed to wear me out completely. My sys tem was run down, my bowels consti pated, I had dull headaches and although I was not sick enough to go to bed I did not have ambition to stir around. I read of Cooper's New Dis covery and began using it. I am glad to say that two bottles put me on my feet and relieved every symptom of , my trouble, it is one of the best sys tem tonics I have ever heard of." John Burger, lll'J Hopkins St., Cin cinnati, O. WE ENDEAVOR to conduct our business on the Golden Rule plan. We give a Man Clothing that will satisfy him and prove to be as represented. Clothing, that will cause him to think well of us and make this his Clothing store. We give a Man Clothing that will not make us ashamed to look him square in the face the next time we meet him. We never advertise "$30.00 Suits at $4.99" or "The Best Clothing in the world at the cost of the buttons." Every patron of this store will receive a satis factory measure of value for his money, backed by our iron-clad guarantee of "Money back, if you want it." We do business on the square. M. MAPJDELL Agent for the WASHINGTON CLOTHING. None Oct ten "i, Washington Fashioned Apparel VMS wwiintw so. V We sell the famous Cooper remedies. THE J, H, O'RIELLY CO. Corner Second St. and Railroad Ave. Rest couches, felt mattresses, child's ' rolling chairs. chlffonHrs, cots and i book cases are among the new arrlv- i als for the week at Futrelle's Furnit ure Emporium, corner Second street and Coal avenue. Subscribe for The Evening Citlwn. COAL BEST CLARKVILLE LUMP PER TON $6.50 BEST AMERICAN BLOCK PER TON 18.50 WOOD FOR CASH ONLY after may is John S. Beaven 502 SOUTH FIRST STREET. 88 mm Mexico City nnd return $10.25, June a to 15 Inclusive. Limit August I 3 inn? i Norfolk. Va.. and return. 15 day limit. J5S.75: sixty day, $72.90; season limit. Dec. 15th, 187.43. Denver and return, $23.70; Colorado Springs and return, $20.75; Pueblo and return. $18.95. Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 30. 1P07. Return limit Oct. 31. 1907. T. E. PURDT. Agent. SOLD) AVE. 0COOOwOCCCOCOO ccoocccoooo-oot P iei o t i o n VY. L. TRIMBLE & CO LIVER T, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mules Lought and Exchanged. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Thos. F. Keleber DKVOKS READY PAINT One Gallon Covers 600 Square Feet. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks, Last Five Tears. JAP-A-LAC. 408 Wait Railroad Avtnua No breaking in needed C -A. S I N O The Manhattan Musical Comedy Co. TON I G II T "Fun in a Boarding: School" A Musical Satire in Three Acts Between the acts Colored Moving Pictures The Life of Christ Our ROrcil PUT worn aon'i have to be washed over. Imperial Laun- try Co. For stomach troubles, biliousness and constipation try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Many remarkable cures have been erlected by them. Price. 25 cents. Samples free. For sa'e by all dr-r;lsts. PRICES 25c. RESERVED SEATS 35c. 006X)06060606K3606OsOSt1 VK "It binds IT with the foot The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is co in fort able from 'he start. The burning and aching caused by stiff soles and the pvils 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 :omfort. A stylish shoe that's absolutely comfortable sjL. No. Si, Rid Ota vSrS- taunt O.H Jitutitr, )xfords, ' $3-5 iigh Shoes, $4.00 0 Let us fit you, WM. CHAPLIN 121 Railroad Avaaua Don't Pay Alimony, to be divorced from your appendix. There will be no occasion for It If" you keep your bowels regular with Dr. King's New Life Pills. Their ac tion Is so gentle that the appenriht has no cause to make the least com plaint. Guaranteed by all druggist 25c Try them. K ILL the COUGH and CURE THB LUNGS WITH Dr. King's Nov Discovery ONSUMPTION Price OUGHSaM 60c $1.00 OLDS Fres Trial- Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES, or MONEY BACH MOTT'S PENNYROYAL. PILLS Thrv ovtrtftin Wftknmi. ir and bftiiiali "itath -l itivnfiru. Hun." ll.ty ki I. We M.W' totflrlaft womfanho"!. uulitm velopment of orpin ant booy. ft- known rmr f..r wnm n -onw tit ni. inn.it iiu 111-1.1 lit FOB iLb BY ANN SO DON J. RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE LOANS. Automatic Phone 411. Room 10, N. T. Armljo Bulldlna A. E. WALKER iNSURANCB Secretary Mutual Building Assocssi tion. Office at 217 West RallrssM W; E. M AUGER WOOL with Raube and Maugeir Office, 115 North First Stl ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. TOTI A OR API Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ha Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor and Cigars. Place your orders fee this line with us. 213-21B-J17 NORTH TH T.D BT. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Bteam BanMage Factory. EMIL KLI EN WORT Masonic Building, North Third 0. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. REAL EST ATI NOTART PUBLIC. Rooms 12 and 14 Cromwell Block) Albuquerque. Telephone No. lis. Give us your ROUGH DRY Monday, and get It back Wednesday Imperial Laundry Co. Eroest Meyers A Co.. Ave.. Albutfueniu- 91 H m u u n H D B n H B a n n KsoaoooooooKs voo Its Location BELEN IS SI 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 CITT, 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 70-FOOT STREETS. WITH ALLEYS 20 FEET WIDE. WITH BEAUTIFUL LAKE AND PUBLIC PARK U GRAND OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COST ING IH.000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A POPULATION OF 1.600 PEOPLE; SEVERAL LARGE MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN PATENT ROLLER MILL. CAPACITY ISO BARRELS DAILY; LARGE WINERY; THREE HOTELS, RES TAURANTS. ETC. BELEN IS THE LARGEST PHIP 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. WO04Ke-tO sSOSO-SOSOSOSl I 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 provement Co. jOHN BECKER, Pres WM. M. BERBER, Sec'y' nnuuunnunnnmnutinn khhxmhhhahhhhhhhk 5 b 1 . , H n 0 H a B A U B 9999m9m oooom ooscs04saK)oso ; A Railway Center ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL CO 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, j 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. 9ti 04 B B B B fl fl B B fl B D II a B B U B B B B fl B B n n n an rt n w ct m tt h b r. n n tt m w m n nrtnrinnnn n n ftjy n wrf w'ty?rr re k w w r Mm------- 9