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TnCJUSIAT,- JArrtTART M, !. FIFTY . rillONS TORPEDO SHIPS Gross Kelly & Co. (Incorporated) f.1 II S T BE i TO REPLACE FOUND Coming Session of English Parliament Promises to be of Unusual Interest. s a Bad Col London, Jan. 23. The hird and what promised to be the most critical session of the parliament controlled y Sir Henry Campbell Gannennnn will be formally opened January 29 by the king with all the traditional pomp and ceremony thai marks the brief annual visit of the monarch to St. Stephen's. He will be accompanied by Queen Alexan dra, the prince and prlnce9 or Wales and any other members of the royal family who happen to ue In England at the time. To greet them In the historic chamber will be assembled the usual gathering of dignitaries. The budget will be not less Inter esting than the legislation. The re form mentioned mean a great in-c-reafe 4n the expenditure, and when there Is added to this an Increase of fifteen million dollars In the naval estimates to meet the German pro posals, five million dollars more for the new army scheme and a similar Increase Sot education, experts say the chancellor of the exchequer will have to And nearly fifty million dol lars more than wa necessary last year. The formal opening of the houses of parliament by the king in person always attracts momentary atten tion, but the real Interest, keener than -ver this year, centers more In the legislation that the government proposes to introduce and the cost of the social reforms, estimated at many million dollars, that the new elements in the political arena, the Labor and Socialist parties, are at tempting to bring about. If all the legislation promised for the coming session Is forecasted in the speech from the throne, the members of the house of commons will have a stu pendous task before them and the usual session of six months will hardly afford sulflclent time to dis pose of H all. Irish affairs are ure to occupy, much time, for beside the Irish uni versities bill promised the Catholics and a bill to deal with the grazing lands, the opposition has threaten ed to introduce an amendment to the reply to the speech, which will enable them to discuss in detail the government's Irish policy. After Ireland, In point of public Interest, will come a drastic licen sing bill, to fight which the brew ers, distillers and license holders throughout the kingdom have al ready organized. The measure Is not expected to meet all the demands of the temperance party. It will pro vide, however, that at the end of a specified period all 'licenses shall cease and the granting of new licen ses shall be placed In the hands of more or less popular authorltles.thus establishing to some extent local op tion. Should the brewers consider It prejudicial to their business they can depend upon the house of lords either to reject It or to so amend It that it would not be acceptable to the commons, and thus add another to the many Liberal grievances against the upper chamber. A tickling cough, from any cause. Is quickly stopped 'by Dr. Shoop'i Cough Cure. And It Is so thorough ly harmless and safe, that Dr. Shoop tells mothers everywhere to give It without hesitation even to very young babes. The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lung healing mountainous shrub, furnish the curative properties to D. Snoop's Cough Cure. It calms the cough, and heals the sore and sensitive bronchial membranes. No opium, no chloroform, nothing harsh used to Injure or suppress. Simply a resinous plant extract, that helps to heal aching lungs. The Spaniards call this phrub which the Doctor uses. "The .Sacred Herb." Always demand Dr. Shoop's Cough Cure. All Druggists. Life is not a monotonous grind. It has many bright sides. There is frequent change of work and 1 he oDer U. no. M. wr r l l vW it "S. "S. 1 'V 1 x w f i- Wv m-tvi'cc. 'iave 811 J Government Plans New Ves sel as Result of Hudson Maxim's Invention. Washington, Jan. 23. As a result of the Invention of Hudson Maxim of a new and powerful explosive known as Maximite which can be used as the propelling power for torpedoes, the navy department Is drafting plans for a battleship which will be a complete revolution in that type of va"liijis. The torpedo now In use Is propell ed by compre-sed air, ku this has a limit. The Maximite torpedo would have the means wlihin l!:elt iy rea son of the secret powder It will hold to generate a gas as Its propulsive power. The new ship. Instead of big guns, will have broadside batteries of tor pedoes of the highest speed. These torpedoes can be propelled at a speed of sixty miles an hour, are unerring In aim up to seven miles and cannot be diverted from their course. The greit nelght now i.'.llir.ed for big guns, barbettes, mperlmposed turrets and battery will be put Into additional armor plate, especially along the water line. The new vessel w ill carry only a secondary battery of long range rapid fire guns for use In repelling torpedo boat attacks. It is believed that with its battery of torpedoes It will be able to destroy and sink any war vessel within range of it before the guns of the enemies can be made effective. Such a vessel of the size of the present 'battleship could be provided with a broadside of say fifty torpe does, effective at from 10,000 to 12, 00 yards, and with the Increased armor It could fearlessly approach within two miles of the greatest guns now known to any navy. The dis charge of a broadside of torpedoes at that distance would demoralize a whole fleet of Dreadnaughts. Is Is also pointed out by experts that If It should happen that the new tor pedo battleships should ever get Into close quarters It could, If so provided launch a submarine boat or two and a sea fight would be summarily fin ished In favor of tho new warship. Naval expei-ts say that the propos ed Idea Is worth putting Into prac tice. The ship could be built for about eight million dollars less than the cost of a Dreadnaught. Its fight ing value would be two-fold; first, ability to approach the biggest war ships now afloat, or 40 be built with in the next five years; second, the especially formidable class of torpe does of unerring aim and great ve loclty would be of far greater de structlve capacity than the guns of a dozen of the present battleships. It is understood that If the govern ment should adopt the view of Itep resentatlve Hobson, which was In dorsed by the president, for an an nual expenditure of fifty million dol lars for the navy, the navy depart ment will construct one torpedo bat tle ship as an experiment. ORGANIZE COMPANY TO INCORPORATE NEW TOWN Plutcaii ToniMilo Company Is Organ ised to Ixx-ato Town of I'latnuu North of Kliila. Elida. N. M.. Jan. 23. The Plat eau Townsite company has been in corporated and Is platting the town of l'lateau, eight miles north of here. The officers of the company are W. J. Hobson, president; J. A. Ward, vice president; W. W. Mills, secre tary, and J. L. Monroe, treasurer; H. K. Chilton, C. P. White and B. S. Sin ok are directors. Several busi niss houses are going in and the Roosevelt County Telephone com pany will put in an exchange. A postuftlce has been established. in Hie Navy scens, and the life is healthful. During leisure hours a young man has athletic sports and other amusements to occupy him ; while the larger vessels have well equipped libraries, filled with works of fiction and text books, affording him an opportunity fjr self-instruction. The physicr.l, mental and moral welfare of the enlisted men in the Navy is provided for. Officer., aiv expected to treat the nun kindly and help them to advance. The food served is wholesome, and there is plenty of k. Furloughs are piven in furei'fi and l cme vt's when iT2:ticab!e. Navy needs joung men who are nn ! ?im!?!tious and are not afraid cf w .-!:. Ir offers sucli men r. life position at good pay, with ben fit.; cf pen sion, 11 chsahlfil, ami ot retirement on liberr! p.iv ;.ftcr thirty years' Apply now wlii'e you opportunity. Call on S.Navy Recruiting Officer ho will burnt Boom 3t Bar- t Blag., Albuquarqum, H from Jan. 22 to rob. I. buuun REMEDT i GoojColds CROUP. 1 owe, MCtM, SORE THROAT, mma '.1 THROAT and LUNGS. CtamtertetB HsdlclM Co. Prlc23cent 4M Rduod Polmll. It is Equally Valuable for Children It Contains no Narcotic and is Safe and Sure Ask your Druggist for it ON Resources Are Being Develop ed as Kesult of Railway Construction In Philippines. Washington, Jan. 22. The report of Gen. Clarence Edward., chief of thu Itureau of Insular AfTalro, to the secretary of war, gives some hither to unpublished facts as to the pro gress helnff made In connection with railroad construction in the Philip pines. The report says in part: When the United States entered the Philippine Islands, In May 1898. there were under operation therein only 120 miles of railroad, extending from Manila northward to Dagupan. There was later constructed under the authority of the Philippine Com mission, enough additional trackage to bring the total mileage up to about 200 miles, all being In the Island of Luzon. I'ndc-r the enabling acts of coi.gn-ss of July 1. 1902, and Feb ruary 6, 1905, further concessionary erants were made by tho Philippine (Ym mission on May 28 nnd June 10. 1906. respectively, for 428 additional miles nf railroad in Luzon and 295 miles In the Islands of Penoy. Cehu and Xegros. Engineers representing the concessionaries I mmedlately left the Lnlted States to make the pre liminary surveys and prepare speci fications and maps. All of the lines will run through rich country, capable of producing l:irge quantities of hemp, rice sugar, tolMccn, cabinet woods and mlnrals. Thn progress nf the railroad con tructinn under these las; two con tracts follows: As the Albay route will t . I the great hf-mp region of the 1 I'l.ilippines, the extension to Camp I .Vo. 1 in the north Is to furnish bet-! icr communication with the I):izul in.! its healthful climate, the re.- i K :ire of a month or two of each 'n winch renders It unnecessary f 01 those not acclimited to leave the islui'ls to .recuperate from the ile h.M .iins; 1 lYects of the tropics. This I'l.ice is to the Philippine Islands ! win- Simla is to In'lia, ate! it is oi!pov,.j 1,1 make I' tno summer P 1 1 i" of the Islands. The ex ten- 1 -ion i, to thu San Fernando and will ' nh a weM-populated section, which' in,,. to proline,, a piviuy iik 1 t r trafnY. besides meat freight p i.-s leliiies. The preliminary stir-' r .- .111.1 definite loeailxes of tlu.el v;e:,..i.m are well under way. All! 1 t!nm. with the exception of the ruiih in Albav Province, connect 1 i). : lie main lin,. now in operation' 'Mio'i n and southern ends of this j '., filioiv tht- remains of vrrv good, ids. I .Shout l.'.Mi men arc- u-w employed! 1 lie work has been progressing. -: w ly on account of Incessant rains 1 1 1 i shortage of ties and bridge 111.1- I 'iii.ii. Cradirig has been completed 11. lioilo norlh for a distance, of 11 1 1 . - 1 1 ' iili.es, .1 1 1 1 iiiitii 1 1 1 T 1 e s iii 'lack has been laid from a point five mile-- of Iiatiao, the northern term inus, and the first regular trains pi.ssed over this completed portion on September 16, 1907. It is expect ed th it a second twenty-mile section i!l bo complete. I and ready for op eration by January, 1908. A con siderable percentage of the grading also has been completed on a third You want a remedy that will not only give quick relief but effect a permanent cure. 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As the population of that part of the island which will contribute to the railway Is approximately 450 square miles, and the country through which this line will pass is very productive, the prospective freight and passenger business ought to cause the revenue to be sufficient to pay interest on bonds guaranteed by the government and a fair return on the stock. NEW CEMENT FACTORY BUILDING AT ACME IlnsucU Cement and Plaster Coin puny I Inventing $100,000 in Plant To Have Capa city of 200,000 Tons Daily. Acme, N. M., Jan. 23. The Ilos well Cement and Plaster company Is putting in a cement factory one mile south of this place. F. W. Wllsey, of Chicago, president of the company, and F. C. Smith man ager. J. 1). Hamlin, of Farwell Texas, and A. L. W. Nilsson, of Ilos well, are members of the new corpo ration. The company has secured 4.000 acres of gypsum bed and Is Invest Ing $100,000 In the plant. A rail way switch has been built to the factory. The capacity will be 200,- 000 tons a day. The Acme company at this place has an equal output. Thise companies build the houses for their employes out of the cement plaster forty per cent cheaper than lumber. To Cum a Cold In One Dr.y. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Qulnlns lauiets. Uruggists rerund mouev If it fails to cure. E. W. (1 MOVE'S signature is on each box. 25c. JAP CLARK ARRESTED CHARGED WITH ASSAULT Bound Over at Corona fur Hitting u Man With Ills. Revolver. Santa Fe, N. M., Jan. 23. Jap L. Clark was arraigned at Corona a few days ago on the charge of assault with a deadly weapon and was bound over to await the action of the grand Jury of Lincoln county. His ba 1 was fix"d at 11,000. It Is alleged that Chirk, who Is in the saloon business ut Corona, struck a man over the head with the butt end of a revolver. Clark Is now out on 110,000 bond for the murder of J. M. Chase. Ho claimed self de fense and uppcab d the case to the supreme court, where it is still pen 1 ing. 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Not from snapshot by Htaff Im tocrapher wpocially fur tills cu-uxfxi-per. l from livelyii kIi1i 'l'lia's 1,1 mi-ice photograpli. , Not a alriWIni; ke.li of Kvt'lyn Ntlit Ttiaw fnjiu life; taken in the ixtiii't i-ooiii. Wholesale Grocers Wool Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque ant) Las Vegas Kelly (Incorporated) STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF THE BANK OF MAGDALENA MAGDALENA, N. MEX. At the close of business on January 6, 1008. RESOURCES LIABILITIES Irfums and Discount. $ 66,790.72 Capital 130,000.00 Overdrafts secured .. 461.64 Undivided Profit .... l.Oti.SS Hanking House and Depoaita Subject to Jteal Efltate 4.232.82 Check . ... 60,461.47 Furniture and Fixtures 2,409.68 Time Deposits 29.829.02 CASH OS HAND: Sundry Persona 1,127.7 Currency . ..$7,875.00 Silver 1,817.66 Oold 210.00 9.902.65 Exchange, etc., on hand .. ........... 10,620.35 Cash in Iianka 30,046.45 $124,454.21 $124,464.21 TEKKITOnr OF NEW MEXICO COUNTY OF SOCORRO. sa. I, J. S. 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