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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TlltlUsn.W. iAMAUV 30. 1008. MADE WESTERN CLUB Just a grand old Beverage for people who appreciate a Gross Kelly (Incorporated) Co. BY SCIENCE IN 1007 PROSPERS IN EAST mild stimulant tnat is at the same time nutri tious and healthful. I l ways the Same Good Old Dlatz ADVANCES fv & MICWAUKCC Inventors Achieve Noteworthy Results With Wireless Tel egraphyand Aeroplanes. Nnv York. J. in. 3). There uer two development along scion t i lie lli.rs in inn" th.it stand out prom liuntly in the achievements of the year. These are perfect ions made in Ihe ue of the aeroplane ami advance ments in wireless telegraphy. Some scientists contend that 191)7 should be called tlie "wireless" year, while others contend thnt the development of the aeropKine l t lie more note worthy. The future will settle the dispute by determining which of the two proves of more Importance Jo m.inklnd. Former Residents of Rock Mountain Region Join In Promoting Social Interests. New York, J.in. 3'I.t The llt!jt an nual meeting of the Rocky Mountain club of New York, an organization of western men in the east, was held at the new club rooms ill the Knickerbocker hotel, Korty-secou J street and Jiroa.lwuy, New York. The report of John ll'jys Hammond, president, showed that one year ago the club started with a membership of seven and today has 3St member.-. When the club was organized It was thought wise to provide a fund I .1 i It till t ininn :l 1 un.iMDni 1 The wireless achievement., of 1 907 ( rtnK f,yn)l,.ate WllH 'f..rmed not the only ones In the sphere of electricity In the year. The year 1906 witnessed the "arrival" of tele photography, by whicn photographs were transmitted by wire from pluce to pkice. but 1907 brought telesiero ftraphy, a somewhat similar but more perfect And practical method of transmitting photographs by wire. Sent PiMMopliagl- 810 Mile. Telestereography is the Invention of a Frenchman Itelin und has been since the beginning of Novem ber In public and practical use. Prof. Korn of Munich an-. Prof, .stem of Berlin, who hold patents on the ear lier method of telegraphing photo graphs, have during 1907 made some remarkable improvements and dem onstrations of their systems. In Feb ruary Prof. Korn sent his photo graphs 640 miles in six minutes, thus beating hsi rival, apparently, whose most successful experiment covered only 328 miles. The year 1907. too, has witnessed the perfection of the trans-Atlantic wireless service. On October 23 a wireless message was sparked from the M!arconi station at Cllace Bay. New Brunswick, to the station at Cllfden. Ireland, and a reply was received within five minutes from the time the message was sent. Four days later 14,000 words were trans mitted by wireless between these two stations 1n the course of usual commercial business. WlrrlrHS liars In IVamr, August 1907, brought the wire less trolley car. A syndicate of French capitalists took our patents for a system of transmitting electric al energy without wires. Their most successful experiments thus far took place at Chateau de Cret. near Ly ons, when a full-Ued trolley car was propelled along the rails for a 'distance of 600 feet by the new wireless jr.ethod. fount Zeppelin. Santos-Dumont. Captain Chandler, U. S. A.: Colonel Templar of the British royal engi neers, Herr Erbsloh and Henri Far man have all contributed to the practical perfection of the aero Tlane In 1907. Their combined ef forts may safely be said to have solved the problem of aerial navi gation and to have established the fact of the adaptability of the aero plane to the Bervlce of mankind. .Santos-Dumont. October 15 attained a speed of twenty-five mile an hour under control in his aeroplane. Two u-tvks later Henry Farman drove l aeroDlane 2.530 feet in fifty- Ihree seconds, breaking all records for dirigible airships traveling under control and in any desired direction. Tlio Wireless Telephone. Count Arco. the Berlin electrical expert, who recently predicted that the perfection of the wireless leie phone 4s to be the next achievement of science, made some extremely In teresting tests of his system in 1907 With poles thirty feet high he dem onstrated the possibility of talking by wireless through the air between points from two to three miles apart. All the newest ships of the German navy are to be equipped with Count Arco's wireless telephone Instru ments. The British home fleet Is ex perimenting with wireless phones of m nomewhat slmlliar pattern, ami recent report from Washington said tha the battleships of the Pacific Hmi now heading south for the Horn ere to test an improvement on the Arco system of wireless telephony on the voyage to the Pacinc ocean DeWltt's LlttU Early Risers are the best pills known, feoia uy J. n O'RIelly Co. XOTICK 1K I'L'BLICATIOX. which subscribed to u guarantee fund or $611,(100. The president of the club reported that it had not been necessary to tall upon the guaran tors fur any assistance. Instead of having to borrow money Its first year the club has been able to pay its way tnd now has u comfortable surplus " 1th which to carry out Its work of I romotlng good fellowship among estern men In the east, and of fur- hering the interests of the western state in the east. It was decided to i crease the number of directors from even to fifteen so as to give each western section a representailve on ne board. it was decided to have a weekly gathering at the club on every Tues- iy evening from 4 to 6, and to hold club smoker on the last Tuesday of ach month during the yeur. The ub Is fulfilling Its purpose in that it the headquarters of western men i New York. New directors elected or tho years 19U7-0X-U9, are: John Hays Hammond, the well known lining engineer; William B. Thomp- "ii, mine owner and banker of Butte Mont., now doing business In New i'ork; Allien J. Seligman, Joint C. Montgomery of Denver, then Ameri- Mi representative of the Venture orporation Limited, of London; Benjamin B. Thayer, managing di rector of the Amalgamated Copper ompnny: Edward H. Clark of Cali fornia, manager of the Hearst es tate; CJenerul George O. Eaton, U. S. A., retired; John B. Farish of Colo- do and New York; Willis S. Mc ornick of the well known banking I'm of MeCornlck Brothers of Salt Lake City, and New York; J. G. Hopkins, managing director of the Arizona Copper company and a di rector of the Cumberland Ely Cop ier company; Dr; C. K. Cole; A. 'heater Beatty, mining engineer with he Guggenheim Exploration com- my: 8. W. Eccles of Salt Lake City nd New York; Thomas H. Leggett f London and New York, and James . McEvllly, an attorney of New York nd formerly of Montana. Immediately after the annual meeting the directors met and elect ed the following officers: John Hays Hammond, president; Albert J. Selig man, vice president; William B. Thompson, treasurer; Frank W.Hod- mes, assistant treasure!, and James J. McEvlly, secretary. It is a purpose of the club not on to maintain a social headquarters. but also to cooperate with all com mercial organizations in the west ern states, and to assist them In fur- herlng the interests of tne respect- ve western communities. Members of the club say that within another year they will have 700 members and that the club will be one of New York's leading ' organizations within five years. Blatz Beer may be on sale from the kee. or bottled- both. You may be sure of the very cream of quality if you insist on BLATZ. In many places where Blatz signs are not displayed, their bottled brands are on sale. Whether in Club, Cafe or Dining Car, ask for "BlaU." CTCDtl CPUlfKS 9. P(l V1inlalo IH'iilrrs. Albuquerque. X. 0Il(1i1, OUilLUOO 06 UU. M., 313 V. Central Ave. Pliono I la m NMI 1 m-19 M-i' II frftfit I III I'lll.H N IS T CUT ROUTE Most of the Sugar Traffic Crosses the Isthmus- Im portance of New Route. ESTABLISH "POUND" FOR NEW YORK MOTORS Hoiih'Icmn ;a.Iiin WaguiiM IV n ml AIM u t Tmn AfUT lark Arc fared for by t'.lly. I)tiaitment of the Interior. Ind of I, re at Santa Fe. N. M.. Jan. 17 19S. No'.ice Is hereby given that Juan Hil.irio Lmiez. of Cubero. N. M.. has filed notice of his Intention to mak final tlve-year proof In suport of hi inim viz: Homestead Kntry No, 6IS0S. made April 17. 1901. for th KV. SKVi. Section S4. Township 11 N" Range 8 W., and that said proof will be made before Oeorge H. Pradt, I". S. Commissioner, at Laguna, N. M.. on March 16. 1808. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of. the land, vl: ! Jose Abelta, Victorlno Montano, Clorgonlo Fifueroa, M. T. Otero, all f Cubero, N. U. MANUEL. R. OTERO, Register. o A 1'I.ACK KAl'IDl.V iu'.cominc ltl'll,AU Till: FASHION 1F. 1'ATKONS TH'KIJOH TO UKATII. -o It Is very important and In fact It Is absolutely necessary to health tha' e give relief to the stomach promptly at the first signs of trouble. Take nomeihing one in a while, es pecsslly srier meals; something like KODOL for Uyspepsla and Indiges tion. It will enable your stomach to do Its work nroperly. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelljr C. New York, Jan. 30. Homeless and nasollne-hungry buzi wagons found about town after the city's curfew peals at nightfall will here after be tooted to the public motor pound by the street cleaning depart ment. The modern successor of the utL'hcr and pound muster has al ready started the good work In a small way. The scent of gasoline led the raiders' noses first to Iongaere iuare. There they found a car among the ruck of motors that stood deserted. The publio chauffeur Jumped in and honk-honked his way to t'.ie city pound. Hy paying a fesj for board the owner can have his ear. These are the days when lots of persons would like to get rid of their cars, so It is said, but that is not the reason the street cleaning department is picking them up. The street cleaners have Ven complain ing that the cleaning up of Broad way is like doing general housework in a machine shop. Ingacre square they say, U the greatest free garage in the world, and when they attempt to clean It up the owners of the mo tors are not on hand to take them away. So they have decided to pro vide for the homeless motors as they do for vagrant pushnrt and waif trucks. Washington, I. C, Jan. 30. More than J4il.Ono.000 worth of merchan dise originating In United States ter ritory crossed the Isthmuses of Pana ma and Tehuantepec m 107, most of It being interchanged between the eastern and western ports or the United States, including the Ha waiian Islands la this term. This total of more tnan $40,000,000 of trans-isthmian traffic In merchan dise originating under the American Mag Is more than three times a much as that of any earlier year. .Mexico's ;reat Work. This sudden and large Increase In the Interchanges between Atlantic and Pacific ports via the narrow strip of land which separate. those oceans is chiefly due to the opening early In 1907. of the Tehuantepec railway, which connects the waters of those two oceans by a land haul of but 190 miles, Us termini being Coatzacoalcos on the Atlantic or gulf of Mexico side and Sallna Cruz on the Pacific side. This enterprije of connecting the two oceans by this short land haul of less than 200 miles was planned Defore the con struction of the earliest transconti nental railway in the United Stales the first concession for the road hav ing been granted by the Mexican government in lS'i". This and sub sequent concessions having failed to produce results, the Mexican gov ernment in 1KK2 itself took up the work, making a series of contracts under which a road was completed from ocean to ocean In 1894; but owing to defective conditions lis par tial reconstruction Vecame neces sary, ad this reconstruction was ac complished through a partnership arrangement entered Into by the Mexican government with a British firm, the road having actually open ed for business In January, 1907. Modem steel dock at the eastern and western termini permit the transfer by steam and electric power if merchandise from the hold of the vessel direct to the car standing on the dock alongside the vessel and the retransfer from car to vessel by the same manner. The time occu pied in shipping across the Isthmus Is less than twenty-four hours, and the time occupied In the transfer from the hold of one veasel to that of the other vessel less than forty eight hours. Regularly established steamships now run between Coat xacoalcos at the gulf end and Phila delphia and New York, and between Salina Cruz on the Pacific end to the western parts of the United States, and the Hawaiian Islands, while va rious lines connecting with foreign countries also touch at the eastern and western termini. Short Cut From Hawaii. The finest Coffee Substitute ever made, has recently been produced by lr. Shoop of Racine, Wis. You don't have to boil It iwemy or thir ty minutes. "Made In a minute," ays the doctor. "Health Coffee" Is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet produced. Not a grain of real Coffee In It either. Health Cof fee Imitation Is made from pure toasied cereals or grains, with malt, nuts. etc. Really It would fool a expert wer he to unknowingl drink It for Coffee. C. N. llrlgham. Rheumatism I hsv found a triad and tested ear for Rhea. Instills I Not ramedr ihit will strstglitan the du toned llmbt of chronic cripples, nor turn bonf vrowtht btck to flwh into. That U Impossible, but I can now turul j kill lbs psiu sad wuigi ol tail dplorabl dlw. In Grmani with a Chmntit In th City of Darmstadt I found th lau lnsrodient wltb which Dr. Shoop' Khsiuoatlo Reiad y wai mada a perfected, dependabla prescription. Without that laat lngrecient, I succaaifullr treated many, niaur cateaol hheuniatUJD; but now, at laet, Uuul. luriuly curei all Surabla caaua of thU heretolor much drnadnd disease. Thoaa aand-llke granulat wastaa. found tn Hhaumatle Blood amintodinolTa and pau away under the action of tint remedy aa Iru4r do sugar when added to pure watur. And then, whin dtMolved. the polaonoua waauia freely paa from the arntem, and Ui caua ol kheumatUoi la (one forever. There la now no real need'-iio actual eirue to suffer longer with. out bU. W a aau, aad la ounflifamot reuuuixuaua Dr. Shoop's -'Rheumatic Remedv i i noiinrsieTcw ' The result of this new opportunity to Interchange merchandise be i tween the Atlantic and Pacific port I with a minimum of land haul has been that the value of merchandise I moving from the eastern par;s of the j United States across the Tehuante- pec route to the Pacific, as shown j by the reports to the bureau of sia j tlstlcs of the department of com- merce and labor, was, In the first j quarter of the year, one an A on third million dollars In value; In the second quarter, over four millions; and in the fourth quarter approxi mately four millions. The eastward movement of mer chandise via the Tehuantepec route have been chiefly sugar from the Hawaiian inlands, the shippers of that article from those islands hav ing abandoned the around-the-Horn route and sending via Tehuantepec all of their sugar destined for the ens;ern coast of the United States. The miRnr shipments from the Ha waiian Islands via Tehuantepec to the eastern ports of the United States (chiefly Philadelphia and New York were, in the first quarter of the year, slightly less than two million dol lars; In the second quarter, tnree and one-half millions; In the third quarter over five millions, and in the fourth quarter approximately five millions. Tnis made the aggregate value of merchandise passing be tween our eastern and western ports over this new trans-Isthmian route between twenty-five and thirty mil lion dollars during the year. Paiuima, ltMiitc, Meantime the Panama route me terlally increased Its business over that of the preceding year, despite the fact that large demands are made upon it In the transportation of material for use in the construc tion of tne isthmian canal. The value of merchandise originating in the United States ports and shipped over that line to other parts of the United Slates or foreign countries amounted during the year to be tween twelve and fifteen million dol lars. The shipments via Panama from Xew York to the west coast ports of the United States were dij tributed to San Iiego, Santa Bar bara, Iis Angeles, Oakland, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle and Spo kane, and those to foreign countries by tnls route Included Chile. Peru, 'h-cuador, Bolivia, Columbia. Pana ma, Costa Rica, Honduras, Nica ragua, Guatemala, Mexico, and the Uriti.sh Columbia ports of Canada These Include practically all classes of merchandise, but more especially meats, flour, cotton goods, mineral oil, mining machinery, manufac tures of Iron and steel, and miscel laneous manufactures. The move menls from San Francisco via Pana ma to the eastern ports were sen to Tampa, Philadelphia. New York New Haven and .Boston, and Include wines, pig lead, quicksilver, hides and skins, and miscellaneous mer chandlse. Tne distance whlcn sugar from Hawaii now travels In reaching New York via the Tehuantepec route la ,5,806 miles, against 12.269 miles via the former all-water route around Cape Horn. The opening of this new transcontinental line has contributed to the industries of the United states not only In supplies of material re quired in Its construction, but also in Its dally operation, tne railway engines being run with petroleum drawn from the Texas oil fields, though It Is expected that this fuel will In the near future be supplied from Mexican oil fields adjacent to the Tehuantepec line. Distance, The distances between New Yor and San Francisco are, direct by land, 3,191 miles; via Tehuantepec, 4.4 li miles; via Panama, 5,303 miles and via Magellan straits, II, Og miles. From New York to Por Townsend direct the distance 3.1 miles; via Tenuantepec, 5,190 miles; via Panama, 6,080, and vl Magellan straits, 13.848 miles. From New York to Honolulu direct vi San FrancUco the distance Is 5,28 miles; via Port Townsend, 5,56 miles; via Tehuantepec, 5,806 miles via Panama, 6,686 miles, and via Magellan straits, 13,269 miles. Wholesale Grocers Wool Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Gross Kelly & Co. (Incorporated) OOCOOOCXXX3CX30000000COOOOOO PERSONAL Why Colds Are Danirt-rous. If you would be Immune from di tease, keep the system healthy. Each successive cold weakens the consti tun. ui and renders Infectious disease more liable. Chamberlain's Cougb ltemedy will cure your cold DromDt ly and restore the system to Its nor. mal condition. For sale by All Drug' fists. If you want anytsung on eartb, yoo cac get It through the want columnt of The Evening Cltlxen. w get ra ulu. Paragraphs UCXXXXX5CXXXXXXXXXXXXDCXXXXXJ Mrs. F. S. Conway, of El Taso, Is lslting In Santa Fe. Mr. and Mrs. Frank. Korte, of Ra ton, are visiting relatives at Espan- la. Judge J. Perkins, of Law ton. Ok., has arrived at Roswell to make tils future home. William L. Tipton, a special agent of the department of justice, is at San ha Fe on business. Terrrtor.oJ Engineer Vernon L. Sullivan has gone to San Marclat Los Lunas and other points. Juan Silva, of the firm of Silva & Sllva. of Las Vegas, has returned from a business trip to Denver. Jose Silva, a veteran of the Civil wur, died at his home in bant a re Tuesday night, after a short Illness. Mrs. Nora M. Brunback of Santa Fe, has gone to Eldorado, Kansas, where her father died suddenly a few days ago. W. M. Atkinson and C. E, Ballard of Roswell, have returned home after attending the livestock convention at Denver. W. O. Haydon, a Las Vegas attor ney, who has been visiting at his old home in Missouri, Is expected to re turn this week. W. A. Buddecke, president of the Las Vegas Railway land Power com pany, has returned from a month's business trip at St. Louis. A. B. Renehan has returned to Santa Fe after a long visit in "Wash Ington and New- York. Mrs. Rene nan Is visiting an aunt in Brooklyn. District Attorney Louis O. Fullen of Roswell, who visited in Washing' ton last week, was admitted to prac tlce before the United States supreme court. E. E. Van Horn, an Inspector o the New Mexico cattle sanitary board, has returned to his heudquar ters at Santa Fe after a trip to th Estnncla valley. Fremont C. Stevens, former pub Usher of the Red River Prospector, contemplates starting a newspaper at Taos. It will be published in both the English and Spanish languages, Mrs. V. L. Roan and daughter, Virginia, of Santa Fe, will leave In few days for a trip to California, They will be joined at Needles by Mr. itean. who Is chief train dls patcher fur the S.uita Fe at tha point. Territoii.il Came Warden William E. (Iriftin, has gone to investigate the alleged killing of deer out of sea son by Indians of the pueblo of San ta Clara. He was accompanied by Lieutenant John W. Collier, of the mounted police. Charles W. Miller, of Las Cruces, will become assistant to Territorial Engineer Vernon L. Sullivan after February 1. Mr. Miller Is a brother of John O. Miller, registrar of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arti. YOU CAN SAVE A checking account will not only help you to spend your money economically, but it will also aid you to save money systematically. When you have a record of every cent you pay out (which you will have, if you pay by check) you will be more careful of your expenditures. A checking account gives you a complete record of every cent you spend. You get a receipt for each bill paid. You have safety for your funds and convenience for your business transactions. PAY BY CHECK. THE BANK OF COMMERCE Albuquerque, New Mexico. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000 f IS) READ OUR AD VER TISER,mENTS Y(UJ ARB READING THIS ONE Had Stomach Trouble Cured. Having been sick for the past two years with a bad stomach trouble, a friend gave me a do9 of Cham berlain's stomach and Liver Tab lets. They did me so much good that I bought a bottle of them and have used twelve bottles In all. To day I am well of a bad stomach trouble. Mrs. John Lowe. Cooper, Maine. These tablets are for al by All Druggist. W. PATTERSON Livcsrv and Botar-ciitrgp StabteH Ill-Ill Weal fiilTer Avenna. iMnnhiiiui a AUBCQCERQCK. NEW MEXICO. Raisins Prunes Peaches Apricots DRIED FRUIT AT WHOLESALE PRICES Finest Quality. Family assonmrnt of SO lbs. aid 100 lbs. we pay the freight. Buy direct and Jet the best SAMPLE EACH 2$ CENTS PREPAID. PRICE LIST FREE. California Products Co., Colton, Calif.