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SATl'RI) V, DEC. I i, 07. II II RAILROAD DEPARTMENT SANTA Ft PAYING SI 200 FOR WATER Prescotfs Good Thing Is to be Cut In Two-Company Buys Springs. IPrescott, Arix.. Dec. 14. For spv ral years the city of Prescott has derived a revenue of about 1.200 month thoruRh the sale of water from the Del Rio Bprlnfrs to the San ta Fe railroad system, daily trains of tank cars being run between th? springs, north of Prescott and Ash Fork. During the past week the rail road company has acquired a half Interest in the springs, through the purchase of two ranches by the San ta Fe Land Improvement company, and now the corporation has ri rrianded of the city a reduction In the charge, made for water. The Del Rio upply appear to be the only one that can be depended upon by the railroad, though It has great reser voirs at A'h Fork, Seligman and Wil liams. Iast month the Del Rio Springs furnished 9.316.000 gallons to the rallroal company and S. 300.000 gallon- to the Prescott wa;er sys tem. Prescott consumed, al-o, 2, 900.000 gallons, delivered under con tract by the owners of the Thorbecke springs, south of the city. a KAIMtOAD OFFICE CT.ERK IX TUOUIUK AT IiKKNAKDIXO. Pan Rernardlno. Dec. 14. Three railroad office clerks of good appear ance are in the detention cell of the county Jail awaiting an Investigation by Special Officer Charles Gilbert of the Salt Lake Road. The young prisoners, who give the names of A. S. Hadley, Fred Thomas, and H. J. Herald, were brought to fcan Iiernardino this morning by Dep uty Sheriff Kdward Poppett of Yer tno. The officer found the trio in a car of furniiure in which they had rid den atl the way from Salt Lake City. It was a car of household goods and the young men had prepared to ride clear to Los Angeles in it. They had laid In a supply of food and water before leaving Silt Lake and were not disturbed until they reached Yer mo, and would probably have gotten aafely through that place had it not -- - --' f PASSKXGKU AC.RXTS AGItEK O.N HAVING ONE IllREAC The passenger agents who have been considering a consolidation of the three western associations, ad journed their Chicago meeting after appointing committees to attend to detujls. These committees will report back in two weeks, and at that time It will be determined whether a con aolidalion will be feasible or not. The Northwestern and Burlington railways will act for the Western Pa.-senger association. The Rock Is land and Missouri Pacific for the Southwestern line.', and the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific for the Trans continental lines. The consolidation Into one passenger association Is con templated as a retrenchment measure owing to the flat rate legislation in various states which, It Is declared, doe away with the necessity for ratefixing bureaus. . SANTA FB FREIGHTS COTJ.TDE IX HEAVY SXOW STOKM Trinidad, Colo., Dec. 14. Engi neer C. A. Hllower had his Jaw broken and sustained several severe scalp wounds and Fireman D. Ken ton had one leg broken and was In jured internally as the result of a headn collision between two Santa Fe freight trains at Earl, a small station 20 miles ea-t of here, about S o'clock Thursday morning. Both "were injured by Jumping. Ai the time of .ae collision both trains were runlng about 25 miles an hour and the trainmen were unable to see the signals, owing to a blinulng snowstorm which was ragin?. Both engines were reduced to a mass of twisted iron and 20 can went into the ditch. All mall trains are making detours over the Colo rado & Southern by way of La Junta. Traffic will not be resumed until to morrow morning, as the track is badly torn up, A A XT A IE LAVIXO OFF HELP IX KANSAS Ottawa. Kan., Dec. 14. The west lde switch engine crew at the Santa Fe yard. has been laid on Indefinite ly because of the usual falling off of through business In the winter. The men affected are Engineer Heberly, Fireman McFadden, and Switchmen James Jones and Carl Alex. The en gine men are ordered to report at 4'hmiute; the switchmen are placed on the extra gang. Foreman Harry Hunt will take a night Job. It was a part of the business of this crew to hau' the "backup" between South and North Ottawa for trains No. t and 10; this work will now devolve on Hostler R. H. Hunt, who will use the night switch engine. Car Clerks Jnmes liray and James Dunbar have lo been retired and placed on "ex tra call." KAII.ItOADS WILL LAY OFF 11.000 SI EN Galveston, Texas, Dec. 14. It was Announced here yesterday that be tween the 1st and 18th of January Mie railroad In the southwest will lay off 11,000 men for an Indefinite per iod. A If by a concerted action come reports from the following lines that owing to a decrease in traffic It will fce necessary to curtail expenses: The Frisco, Rock Island, Southern Pacific, Texas & Pacific, Cotton Belt. Ha n la Fe, Huston Texas Central, International A Great Northern, Xaty and Fort Worth & Denver. The cut will affect every branch of railroading from watchmen to the operating forces. While officials say they believe the dull season will l.ist but a few month", thP cut In forces will mean a saving of more than a half million monthly. WOMEX TIM MPS GltXFT FROM lllMKIKS Riihrond men tell of the very latest graft, which was brought to l'ght re cently by two young women, suposed !y from the Now York touch gang. "We're riding to Iis Angeles on freight cars. Pledged to make the en tire Journey tnat way." was the In formation given to a railroad man In New Mexico, who had caught them ftenllng a ride. He became interested, and it was not long before ho had parted with some of h:a good money "Just to help them along," he explained to another railroad man and his friend confess ed to having been "touched" by the same two damsels three ditys before on the same run. proving that the women were working that division of the road as long as they found vic tims. O. It V. OFFICERS AT TOPF.KV KXSS. Topeka. Kan., Dec. 14. The fol lowing officers nave been Installed for Topeka division No. 179 of the Order of Rallwai Conductors: W. W. Hutton, chief conductor; James ' injur, iv'simhiu rillfl cnnuucior; C. A. Horn, secretnry and treasurer; J. H. Griffith, senior conductor; W. H. Tyler. Junior conductor; 11. B. Griffin, Inside sentinel; Richard Wil son, outside sentinel. The relief com mittee Is composed of Richard Wil son. J. H. Griffith and James O' Bryne. LAKE OF OIL AI-OXO THE SANTA FE- Peoria. III.. Dec. 14. One of the oil mains of the Prairie Oil and Gas company, which follows the Santa Fe railway right of way from Kansas City to near Chicago and thence to Whiting. Ind.. broke yesterday near Chillicothe and thousand of gallons of oil ran away. Near the scene of the break a lake of oil was formed and then nearby farmers carried it off In buckets and barrels. The litle town of Rio Puerco is Just now in a it rite of expectancy owing to the report that a stub train Is to be put In service from that point connecilng with the new Albu-Ouerriue-Roswell trains at Helen. There are also rumors of a big Irri gation project and the establishment at Klo Puerco of n beet sugar plant. Jt Is nnounced that the Santa Fe in pursuance of in retrenchment pol icy, will close its uptown city ticket office In Atchison, Kan., the first of the year. Four railroads maintain city 'ticket offices In Atchison and all will be closed as a result of the 2-cent-a-mlle passenger rate. George B. Albright, assistant gen eral freight agent of the Rock Is land system, has been promoted and after January 1 he will be assigned at Kansas City. In conjunction with his present duties he will have entire Jurisdiction of the business west of the Missouri river. DAINTY TOIMCT. r ar v- I liimiminxxmiiiiii i a A handsome gown of "Rembrant" brown velvet of lightest weight has long line of Japanese embroidery running from shoulder to hem and held In place at the belt by glace velvet In rose tan. The buttons are amber set In gold. Best remedy for mother to use Is Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It tastes nearly as good as mable sugar, It contains no opiates. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly. o Monarch canned goods at Cham pion Grocery Co. Apend!clut Is due In a large measure to abuse of the bowels, by employing drastic purgatives. - to avoid all danger, use only Dr. King's New Life Pills, the "afe, gentle cleansers and I n vigor a- cors. uuaranteed to cure headache, biliousness, malaria and jaundice, at all drug stores. 2 Sc. DeWltt's little Early Risers are the best pills made. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly. We can furnish your the Christ mas stockings as well as the most practical gifts to fill them with. A pair of dainty slippers or shoes will give more satisfaction to both giver and receiver than anything else. When out shopping pay us a visit and you will find suitable presents for everyone of your family and your friends. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West CeniTal avenue. Annual Meeting New Mexico Educational Association 3 a SANTA FE, N. M. Dec. 26 to 28, 1907 28, return limit Dec. 30 3 4 4 4 H Tickets on sale Dec. 25 to RATE $4.15 T. E. PURDY, Agent, Elks Theater Fit I DAY, STflrlAY MATINEE .lt Mil HIAV NIGHT, IHX:. IS AMI 14. VVm. A. Brady' Spet'lul Production 'WAY DOWN EAST Writ ten Iiy J LOTTIE ULAIH PA UK EH Ialxiiutccl by JOS. It. GRIS.MEK, AS PLAYED 118 Weeks In New York City 40 Weeks In Philadelphia 60 Weeks In Boston 45 Weeks In Clilcniro. llIIIIIIIIimiimTTTTTTy I2 tin '''''' JJ "The Piny Tlint Tonclie tlio Heart" EndorMtl by IVcss, Public, Puiplt. PRICES 50c. 73c, $1.00. MATINEE PRICE.S 23c, 50c. Seam on Suln at Matron's, Thursday, December 12. Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Stops the pnln and heals tho wound. All drug gets sell It. o KODOL Is offered on a guaranteed plan for the relief cf hi-art burn, flatulence, sour stomach, belching of gas, nausea, and nil stomach trou bles. It digests what you eat. It will make you healthy. Sold by J. II. O'RIelly. MACOAREE BALL. The Lady Maccabees will give a ball on Wednesday evening, Deo. IS, at Elks' hall. Tickets tl.eH- t.... Feel languid, weak. run! clown? Headache? Stomach "off?" Just a plain case of lazy liver. Burdock Blood Bitters tones liver and stom ach, promotes digestion, purifies the blood. Base Ball Pitcher is a Real Detective ... :4 ROGER B Toledo, Ohio, Dec. 14. Every fan in the country has read, at one time or another, that Roger Bresnahan, the Giants' great catcher and utility I'layer. is a detective during the off season. Roger has been kidded consider ably about his Sherlock Holmes feats, but he accepts the Jollying and ends as good as he receives. No one ever Hccuscd Roger of backing up when it came to an argument, be it verbal or physical. Having travelled to Toledo to find how Roger Bresnahan was putting in his time during the off nea.ion, met him in the lobby of the leading hotel here, where he Is usually to be round when away from home. The lobby Is a famous resort for some of the city's prominent men. and they are all friends of the great catcher and most of them are Klks. If was the afternoon of the day that the Btory was sprung In which Roger was touted as the next man ager of the Reds, reviving the yarn of a year ago when Garry Herrmann held up a $25,000 prize for Roger's name on a three year contract. "I don't know anything about It," Bretnahan told me. "I have heard a lot of talk to the effect that I may not play in New York next year, but 1 know nothing definite." There U a decided hiatus in th friendship of Bresnahan and lie Graw. The former makes no bones about It, and his friends know be Is ore on the scrappy manager of the RKSXAHAN. giants. "I'm not doing any detective work this winter." the great backstop said, when I asked him if he was Sher locklng a u.-ual. "I am taking It easy and expect to do so for the bal ance of the winter." Uresnahan Is popular In Toledo. He graduated from its sand lots and hla base ball career has been fol lowed closely by the fans and all Toledo Is daffy on ba.e ball. "Roger Is an good a detective as he is ball player, and that's saying a lot in a few words." said Billy Carew, for whom Bresnahan used to pick up "dips" and "boosters." Mince he graduated Into fast com pany, BreHnahan has became a ben edict, and his home, on one of the fashionable Wevt end s;reets, Is one of the prettiest in the city. Airs. Bresnahan is a Toledo girl and their home life is ideal. Fond of shooting and fishing, Rog er spends much of his time with shotgun or casting rod, In season. Because he Is playing ball when other folks can fish In the north, he has a habit of disappearing from To ledo during the winter and betaking himself south, where with a guide who knows the rivers and woods he spends weeks getting game and fish. Up at tsalt Lake, Mich., a famous basM resort, Ruger holds the big bass record, having successfully killed a black bars that scaled a few ounces over six pounds, which in these days when game fish are getting scarce is Rome ilfch. EVERY ONE TRUE TO NAME. Well developed, with strong, healthy roots. . FRUIT ORNAMENTAL. The largest and finest stock on the Coast. CITRUS TREES. All the Leading Standard Varie ties. WALNUTS. Franquette (Vrooman Strain), and other leading French and Califor nia types In grafted and seedling trees. GRAPEVINES. On their own roots and grafted on Phylloxera resistant roots. HOSES. All varieties tree and buah form. "Send 10c for Illustrated booklet of Burbank's New e,Hlons." SALESMEN WANTED. Paid up Capital. 200.000.00. FAXOIIEIl CREEK NURSERIES. (Incorporated) Goo. C. Roedlmr. Irei. nnd Mar. Box 59, Freno, Col., V. S. A. West F F COBR West Gold Ll V,UUUM TAXIDERMIST Birds a Specialty COMING EVENTS. December 18 The Wizard of Wall Street. December 26 and 27 Raffles. December 2S The Eagle's Eye. December 30 Buster Brown. CRYSTALXHjATRE 120 W, Gold Avenue THIS WEEK Sherman and Fuller Illustrated Song Osra L. Goodhue The 3 Macs 3 and the Crystalagraph "IMMIMMMMIIUItlMIUMIII SUCCESS THEY f AY NOTHING SUCCEEDS LIKE SCCCESS. I SUPPOSE THIS IS TRUE. HUT IN ORDER TO HAVE SOME SUCCESS WITH WHICH TO SUC CEED IT IS NECESSARY TO HAVE SOME OTHER THINGS. ONE OF THESE IS BRAIXS. AND AN. OTHER IS SOME MONEY. WE DO NOT FUR NISH BRAINS IN SETS, HUT A PERUSAL OF OUR CJOLCMXS WILL SHINE CP THE ONE$ YOU HAVE, AND AN ADVERTISEMENT IN THE EVENING CITIZEN WILL GO A LONG WAY TO WARDS SUPPLYING TIUS DINERO. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE sssssssssssassssss 000m0900CQ 0404K4K54K)4SO0K3KD4-) Lmlies Souvenir Matinees Every Tuosduy nml Friday. CliililrciiH Candy Matinee Saturday. The Home Restaurant 207 West Gold Avenue Large, Well Lighted Room Prompt, Courteous Service Music While You Eat Patronized by the Best People Number One Meals Breakfast - - 25c Dinner and Supper 35c Special Kates by the week or month. Breakfast - - 6 to 9 Dinner - . 12 to 2 Supper - 5:30 to 7:30 MRS. M. F. MYERS, Proprietress 5 FROM RISING TO SETTING SUN Buster Brown Bread Is made for the health and strength of the con sumer. We don't "fake" bread we make It and bake It the beat way knowp to modern men. These few lines arj ir.tenued s".Hi.y i aitrao your attention u this first-class bak ery. Pioneer Bakery, 207 South First St. WE FILL PRESCRIPTIONS RIGHT At Consistent Prices B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE NEXT TO BANK OF COMMERCE.. Take Ve With You lam Worth 10c I) Qood for ten cents on any pur chase amounting to one dollar made In our store from December 2nd to December 24th Inclusive. BENHAM INDIAN TRADINO COMPANV, Hall rail Ave., and First street. Coupon is Gash Don't Throw It Away Save the coupon and bring It to our store when you come to do your Christmas shopping. It also entitles you to a chance on some of the splendid prizes which we have set aside for our customers. Our neweat goods Include JAPANESE BRASSES RUSSIAN HAMMERED COPPER HOB I WiCKER VASES MEXICAN HAND-CARVED LEATHER Benham Indian Trading Company Corner Railroad Avenue and first St. pximuiiimiiimiiinii iiihiiiiiiiihhi.xih ij CABINET MAKING UPHOLSTERING ' S !K3O0K3QKjOOOOiO0 Q0C30OttooJOX3,og(nt8 That Fine line of Upholstered Goods, Couches. Diivennnrt. Morris Chairs and that rine Assortment of Rockers, Dining Chairs, etc. fi?? V,vk ' the t liriMnias gifts now for moth ers, wives, slstt-rs and sweet. Hearts. fuUiers, hitKliaiitta an,i hrjHh. e have them ,o Keep Your Eye on Futrelle's CASH OR PAYMENTS. : : :: :: WEST Ex VIADUCT FCJTRELLE FTTRNTTTTT?i7 IS f n VaVCw n i a J. D. EatlB. Praldani O. Olottii, Vie PTesldeat Cku. fcellBl. Wrr O. Bacaecai, Ttmmt- Consolidated Liquor Company StMeeMira rr MILJNI A EAKIN, and SACHECHI A filOtfl. WMOi-MCmAL nw-MM m-m,m . Wines, Liquors and Cigars I " wwwi jiuiuV in miook r oat Tit tat mat fastidious bmr cempltf ?Zbt?n PPo!"tf wlutlvt agenta In th South wrl H In. B. ichlltx. Wm. Mmp .nd 8t Loul. A. B. C. SrSZvvtoZSJt Qrean Rlv.r, V. H. McBr.y.r-. c.d.r Brook. LoulTHun .r. T uEl reh. .nd .,th.r standard krund. of tXULSSi t v WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDER. Bat ell tha atralf ht article aa recelred by as from tm Wt i Distilleries and Bro.n.. in k. tt.TL. i.Tf - l k iBrt Block .nd Prlc,- -ht- fr. n i . " "" K.aed to dealer, only. " Ut I THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. wttULtoALt AND RETAIL New Fainltare, Matressfs and Cushions Made to Order. All kinds of Repairing Neatly Done. Furniture Packing First Class Work Guaranteed ANDERSON 6c SCHICK 524 West Central Telephone 307 Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkote Rosfing First and Marquette Albuquerque, New Mexico YOU CAN SAVE ..vhh)( w.uuiii wm noi oniy neip you 10 spend your money economically, but it will also aid you to lave money systematically. When you have a record of every cent you pay out (which you will have, if you par by check) you will be more careful of your expenditure. A checking account iv(you a complete record of f y.f ry f? you SPCD 'Yu receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and convenience for your business transactions. PAY BY CHECK. THE BANK OF COMMERE Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPIAL AND SURPLUS $200 ono