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tJAjfcfA JTE NOT MEXICAN, SANTA FE. K.AL WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1907 Santa Fe Central Rail way Company Effective Sunday, August 11, 1907. South Bound North Bound No 1 Mi Station. Altl No a 1 40 P a p 3 38 p Dp 4 29 p B 4V p 8 19 p 7 (Op Lv....SautaK...Arr " Kennedy... . " " Staulev ... " " Morlarty ... " " ....Jdolntoih... " " Kstanola.... " WUlard.... " Air . . . . Torrano . . lTe 7,000 8,060 8.870 6,250 8.175i 8,140 6.14S 8 47.', 5 28 p 4 29 p 3 88 p 3 00 p 2 35 p 2 13 P 18 41 p U 15 a Freight, PassengeT nd Steamship business. Pullman berth secured by wire. Connections: At Santa Fe, with Denver & Rio Grande Railroad, and Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Rail way. At Kennedy, with Atchison, To peka & Santa Fe Railway. At Tor rance with Kl Paso & Southwestern System. I. I. GRIMSHAWi General Freight and Passenger Agsrt St. Lis 1 PASSENGER il! MUFai l -TV T1JZI ill Cl s SCHEDULE In Effect September 1, 1907. No. 31 Auto No , Miles No. 2 Monday UmDA&y iflf. rmiiv frora STATIONS Daliy XaUy Wednesday. Fri&. Extfn. Pa"y Baton Ex. 8un. Friday 7 00 am 4 00 p.m. 0 Leaves BATON, N. M Arrives 12 15 p. m SSpm 7aS 4 23 B m 7 WT.. ....... ....... CLIFTON ViOUSH llB7a.m 8 05 p. in I i! . . a PRESTON. 1140 a.m.. 8 45 p.m. i E ilfoS:S: :::::::::::::: o 5 5aS.s. tl , VKRMKJ0 i;:M SS:S: :::::::::::::: $S:: ?53a:S. :::::::::::: Bilp-.S: ceebososo .... 953. P.m. "fm. 6 P m- 47 tl CIMABBON ".WaV. 9 35 m "Hp. m 2 40p! m. g. m. V 46 a. .WW WW:: 60 J A,'"." ' I UTS PARK .....V.-Lv 116 10pm, 140p.m, Tuesday IgZ STATIONS $A . UGOa m 0 Leave DES MOINES, N. M Arrive ,22Sa-m " li III: 1 :::::::::::: n we.::. capulin veqas 885-- :::: 1 ::::::::-::::::;:-:TlSfc:::::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::::::::: tg::2: ::.: lUnm'":- 31 CUNNINGHAM . 2Sa-m ' ISoom' " Arrive) .... .CLIFTON HOUSE JUNCTION Leave a 06p S .... 42 Le"e. CLIFTON HuUSB JUNCTION Urrlve 2ani 2 20 pS . 49 Arrive.. BATON, N. M Leaves TOOa.m The New Mexican' Daily Short Story A Singular Duel. vv T Connects with M Paso 4 Southwestrn Ky. train 124, arrlvlnff In Dawson, N. M at 8:10 p. m. Connects with El Paso & Southwestern By. train 125, leaving Dawson, N. M. at 10:08 a.,a . 8 Stage for Van Houten, N M.,meet trains at Preston, N. M. Connects with Stage to and from Taos and ElUabethtown, N. M. Track connection with A. T. & S. F Rv., at Raton and Preston, with U. & S. Ry. at Des Moines, and E. P. & R) Cimarron ! A depot for following stations In N. M.: Coate, Ponll Park, Ray ado and Red Lakes, Ute Park, N. M., is depot for following stations In N. M.: Arroyo Seco, Aurora, Baldj, Black Lakes, Corro, Elizabeth own, Lobo, Questa, Rnnchos do Taos, Rfd River City, Talpa, Taos, Twining and Valdez. J DEDMAN, ' VAN HOUTEN, VV. A. GORMAN, Snr,pHnt.nnrtont Vice Pres. and lien. Wgr. ueu. rassBUKBt RATON, N. M. RATON, N. M. RATON, N. M. COMING BACK ? BEFORE STARTING PURCHASE ROUND TRIP TICKET BETWEEN 'SANTA FE STATIONS FOR LOCAL 'TRIPS AND SAVE TEN CENTS ON THE DOLLAR If you contemplate a trip this Fall East, West, North or South, let us name yOU Rates. For Particulars call on or Address G. H. DONART, AGT. FLAT : OPENING : BLANK :B00KJ i.-r My JKSf 7 yT HOTEL ARRIVALS Palace. T. P. Luker, Denver; G. WIskot, Chicago; Ph. E. Glraldi, Albuquerque; H. M. Hoyt, Washington, D. C; D. J. Leahy, Las Vegas; F. Krlcks and son, EaBt St. Louis; C. C. Mack, O. Moore head, Newton, Kansas; W. E. Smith, La Veta, Colorado; C. L. Arnell, Ala mosa, Colorado; Hugo Scharwenke, Cincinnati, Ohio; L. A. Jones and wife, Silver City; W. E. Garrison, Las Veg as; Carl G. Beller, Denver; w. w. Morey, Colorado; L. N, Dunham, Chi cago. Claire. W. H. H. Llewellyn, Las Cruces; H. O. Bursum, Socorro; E. H. Blckford, Lake Valley; Mr. and Mrs. Slmlson, Las Vegas; F. L. Saxby and wife, Do waglac; W. S. Hopewell, A. B. McGaf fey, Albuquerque; J. M. Chavez, Jr., Ablquiu; William Gregg, Estancla; A. A. Jones, Las Vegas; E. R. Wright, Santa Rosa; M. P. Skeen, Wapanucka, Oklahoma; H. II. C. Compton, Las Cruces; H. W. Kelly, Las Vegas; Jo E. Sheridan, wife and child, Sliver City; Miguel Romero, Las Vegas. Normandle. Frank Victor. Lems Victor, San Luis; E. L. Thorn, Jose O. Rivera, Pe cos; Blazo Zangevlch, Europe; Frank Calvert, W. C. Patton, Denver; F. W, Pearson, Bisbee, Arizona; Marclal Bel- enton, El Paso; Demetrio Rivera, Al calde; Robert Ewlng and wife, Wick ita, Kansas. Coronado. Malaquias Martinez, Taos; Joseph Davis, Torrance. (FRAY PATENT.) NEW MEXICAN PRINTING CO., SOLE MAKERS FOR NEW MEXICO. The New Mexican Printing Com pany is prepared to do the best of brief work Jn short order and at very reasonable rates. Lawyers who de Blde to have their briefs printed rap idly and correctly and to present them to the Supreme Court now in session here on time, should call on the New Mexican Printing Company. 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This remedy Is for sale by all drug' gists. ; . . , The New Mexican Printing Com' pany is prepared to furnish card! de vlslte tor ladle or renuemen on short notice, In first class style at reasonable prices, either engraved or printed. Call on the New Mexican Printing Company. Original. . Some years ago when I was In New Orleans in order to kill time I dropped iuto a fencing academy opposite the hotel where I stopped. I am fond of all the arts of self defense and would sit by the hour during the afternoon and evening watching the fencing mas ter give Instruction. At the end of each lesson he would send his pupll'B foil spinning high In the air, thus in timating that the lesson was finished. One evening, while in his academy, as I was about leaving he asked me if I would like to see a spirited con test with the foils between two ex perts. When I said I would he told me to be on hand at 7 in the morning, giving as a reason for the early hour that the contestants did not care to fence before a crowd. When I en tered the ball a little before the hour appointed I saw the principals emerge from a dressing room attired in fenc ing costume and each wearing a wire mask. The fencing master turned to me and said: "In contests between strong men sometimes the button will be brokeu off one of the foils. I wish you to look at these weapons that you may be a witness that they are in good condi tion at the start." I examined the foils and found them perfect. He handed them to the prin cipals, and the contest began. I confess I was dlsappolned. Neither seemed to take much interest la the struggle, and It was an indifferent performance. I wondered why I had been Invited to witness it. Meanwhile the fencing master went to another part of the room, where suddenly he dropped something which made a clatter, and I turned my eyes In his direction. When I turned them back to the fencers I saw that they had suspended the con test. One of them was standing In position; the other was just stepping into position. Somehow I got the Idea that they had both stepped away from their places. When the fencing recommenced each man threw himself into his work as if his life depended upon his efforts. Each was supremely careful of his guard and each watchful for some opening through which he might pierce his ad versary. It was not long before I saw blood oozing from the sword arm of one of the fencers. I looked at the fencing master, supposing he would call a halt. Certainly, as he had fear ed, a button had been broken off a foil He could not but see the blood, but he paid no attentloa to It. Presently more blood spurted, this time from the shoul der of the other fencer, and the two were bleeding profusely. Whatever had been the intent at tho beginning, I was sure that now the men were fighting for their lives. They were both skilled with the foil, and the exhibition, as promised, had become one of great brilliancy. Presently he wlio was wounded In the shoulder re celved another wound in the side. This time the fencing master started to in. terfere, but the wounded man waved him away, and the fighting went on. I concentrated my vision to dlscove the condition of the foils. Had both buttons been broken? Impossible! There was some trickery, some method of making the weapons effective. Then I remembered the noise made by the fencing master just before the change bad come In the character of the con test, and It suddenly dawned upon me that that movement was a device to draw my attention while the foils were changed. While they were crossed and for a moment at rest I could see that there was no button on either, but a sharp point. It looked as If the affair were a veritable duel. I now began to notice the personnel of the contestants. They both appear ed to be gentlemen. One was tall and slender, with fair hair and eyes; the other short and thick and very dark, the latter evidently tea years older than the former. But the short man was the better fencer, besides being wiry, and he was evidently tiring the other out. I was looking for him at any moment to finish his adversary when suddenly the door flew open and a young woman, evidently a lady of high degree, rushed In and up to the fencers, where she stood glaring at the short brunette, then turning a re proachful glance on his younger ad versary. "Paul," she gasped, "you're a fool! And as for you, Mr. Le Gro, there is no reason whatever for you to have any contest with any man about me. You thought you had outwitted me and the police In bringing your victim to a fencing academy. M. Renard," to the fencing master, "I am astonished that under cover of teaching your art you should permit your place to be used for murder! Yes, murder! This man Le Gro, I am told, was formerly one of the best fencers In Paris. Should I reveal this outrage you would be obliged to leave the city. Gentlemen, give mo your weapons." They were banded to her. She ex amined their points and threw them on the floor. Then, putting her arm through his whom she called Paul, she walked away with him. ) I tried hard to elicit' an explanation, but signally failed. The affair never leaked out. My own Inference was that an an- ' successful rival desired to take re venge upon a successful one. H had planned the affair to take place la a fencing academy partly to escape the police, but rather to make the affair appear as an ordinary trial of skill ' Perhaps after he had killed his rival ttt, stpry was to havt tea Eivsn out t&al Te buTton on bis foil EaHbeen broken off and an accident had result ed. I was to be called in to be a wit ness that they fenced with foils. ELLSWORTH EMERSON. Eicurulons To Los Angeles and San Francisco, California and return. Regular six month ticket on sale daily year round, to Los Angeles and return, $56.90 to San FranclBCO, and return $66.90, 30 days west bound transit limit on the above tickets. Mexico City, Mex., and Return. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. MASONIC. Montezuma Lodge, No. 1, A. F. & A. M. Regu lar communication first Monday of eacii month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. R. H. MANNA. W. M. . LAN R. McCORD, 8ec'y. Santa Fe Chapter, No. 1, R. A. M. Regu lar convocation second Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7f3n n m 8.' 8PITZ. H. P. 1BTUIID Allan Regular nine months' ticket on sale 221" wn w- dally to City of Mexico and return, from Santa Fe $68.95 very low rates for side trips to different points in Old Mexico. Annual Meeting of the Geological So ciety of America, Albuquerque, N. M., December 30, 1907 Janu ary First, 1908. For the above occasion the Santa Fe will sell tickets to Albuquerque and return for $5.45. On sale December 26, 27 and 28, final return limit thirty days from date of sale. Side Trip to the Grand Canyon of Ari zona. In connection with the above meet ing side trip tickets will be sold to the grand canyon and return January 1, 2 and 3 rate of $18.95, limit 30 days, with stop overs In either direction. This will enable passengers to stop at Adamana, Arizona for side trip to pet rified forests. , G. H. DONART, Agent. Sant . Fe Commindery No. 1, K. T. Regular conclave second Saturday In each month at Masonic Hal! 7:30 p. m. C. J. CRANDALL, E. C. H. F. STEPHENS, Recorder. Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1. I4th degree, Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry meets on the third Saturday of each month at 7:30 o'clock In the evening In Masonic Hall, south side of Plaza. Visiting Scottish Rite Masons sre cor dially invited to attend. CHARLES A. WHEELON, 32, Venerable Master. HENRY F. STEPHENS. 14, Sec. DeWltt's Carbollzed Witch Hazel Salve is healing and soothing. Cool for Piles. Sold by The Ireland Pharm acy. Notice For Publication. No. 10199. Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. November 28, 1907. Notice is hereby given that Jo3e I. O. O. F. Santa Fe Lodge, No. Z. 1. O. O. F., meets every Thursday evening In Odd Fellows' Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting brothers welcome. - MAX KALTER, N. Q. LEO HERSCH, V. G. DAVID L. MILLER, 8ec'y. B. P. O. E. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 460, B. P. O. EL, holds Its regular session on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month. Visltlne brothers are Invited and wel- Labadle of Santa Fe, N. M., has filed COme. R. H. HANNA, E. R. notice of his intention to make final five year proof in support of his claim via: Homestead Entry No. 10199, made Nov. 3, 1906, for the E 1-2 SW 1 -2, NW 1-2 SW 1-2, SW 1-2 NW 1-2, section 12, township 17N, range 10E, and the said proof will be made before Register and receiver at Santa Fe, N. M., on Dec. 18, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence upon, and cultivation of land, viz:, Simon Vigil, Candelario Martinez, Prudenclo Garcia, Ramon Armljo, all of Santa Fe, N. M. . MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. Best remedy for mothers to usu is Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup. It tastes nearly as good as maple sugar, It contains no opiates. Sold by The Ireland Pharmacy. J. D. SENA, Sec'y. FRATERNAL UNION. Santa Fe Lodge, No. 259, Fraternal Union of America. Regular meetings rBt and third Mondays in each month at 8 o'clock p. m., Odd Fellows' Hall, San Francisco Street. Visiting Frat ers welcome. M. E. ORTIZ, Fraternal Master. GREGORIO RAEL, Treas. DAVID GONZALES, Seo'y. "BOOTH'S FRESH OYSTERS." Black Bass, Lake Trout, Perch, Salmon, Silver Herring, Bullheads, Frog's Legs, Lake Trout, Lobsters and Shrimp can be found only at the Bon Ton Restaurant, where they can cook Just to your taste. r DIRECT ROUTE TO . ' The Mining Camps of Colorado, Utah and Nevada; To Denver. Colorado Springs and Pueblo is Via the Denver & Rio Grande Railway Through the fertile San Luis valley; also to the San Joan country of Colorado, For information as to rales, train service, des criptive literature, etc, call on or address K. HOOPER, G. P. 4 T. A. Denver, Colo. F. H. MclRIDE, Agent Santa Fe, N. M. For anything and everything appertaining to Printing or Binding call on the New Mexican Printing Company. . INCORPORATED H. B. 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