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THE SANTA FlS HUM XluAN, SANTA EE, K. M THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1910. St, Louis Rocky Mt. k Pacif;c Railway Company. PASSENGER SCHEDULE (Read Iknvn) In effect March 1st 1910 ! I t ! (Read Up 21 '19 1 Miles STATION'S 2 i 20 i 22 7 30 0 Ia. I H'M i"'iMs7 N . M7.Ar I 5 00 f 8 20 IK Capuliu f 4 15 t 8 35 20 YlKil f 4 05 I f 8 50 25 Thompson f 3 45 f 9 10 XI j Cunningham f 3 25 9 35 42 ; A r C I i f ton House X . M . . Lv 2 55 2 30 3 55 6 I.v Raton, N. M Ar " 12 00 ........ 10 00 2 50 4 12 7 IAr Clifton House. N. M..Lv 11 37 9 40 4 12 42 Lv.. Clifton House N" M.Ar 11 37 " .7..". 4 30 48 gPreston 1120 ::::::: :::: i j" & 1 Koehierjum-uon -y. i .5 00 2 Koehler 10 51 77 .77 77.77".. " 7 '. 5 50 68 Colfax- $10 10 7. "7 77 6 08 76 Cerrososo 9 42 11 6 35 82 Ar Ctnian-on Lv 9 25 00 82 Lv Cimarron Ar 8 55 , f7 08 86 Nash !i 47 f7 18 88 Harlan ... f8 37 11-7-0 9 7 35 94 Ar Ute Park, X. M.. . Lv 8 20 A LINIMENT FOR EXTERNAL USE. Not only is Mother's Friend a safe and simple remedy, tut the comfort and healthful condition its use produces makes it of inestimable value to every expectant mother. Mother's Friend relieves the pain and discomfort caused by the strain on the different ligaments, overcomes nausea by counteraction, prevents back ache and numbness of limbs, soothes the inflammation of the breast glands, and in every way aids in preserving the health and comfort of prospective mothers. Mother's Friend is a liniment for external massage, which by lubricating and expanding the different muscles and membranes, thoroughly prepares the system for baby's coming without danger to the mother. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free took for expectant mothers. THE BRADFIELD CO., ATLANTA, GA. HOTEL ARRIVALS ! Palace. E. W. Pa Re, Richmond, Va.; H. B. Albuquerque; B. R. Gordon, F. L. Edminster, Alamosa; liOonnects with E. P. fc S. W. Ry, train No.124 arriving in Dawson, N, M . at 6:15 p. m. Connects with E. P. AS, W. Ry, train No. 123 leaving Dawson N, M. at 9:55 a.m. istage for Van Houten Jf, M, meets trains at Preston N. M. U.4 8. Passenger trains arrive and depart from DeMoines as follow: NORTH BOUND: SOUTH BOUND No. 1, 4.48 a m. No, 8. 10.44 a. m. No. 7.6 49 p in. No, 2-11.11 p, m. Track connection with A. T. &. S, F. Ry. at Raton and Preston with O, fc S. Ry . at Des Moines E P, S. W. Ry. at Colfax, N M. and Cimarron & Northwestern at Cimarron, N. M. which is depot or following station Ocate, Miami, Rayado and Red Lakes, N. M. Ute Park. N. M. is depot forthe following stations in N. M. Arroyo Seco, Aurora, Baldy Black Lakes, Cerro, Klizabethtown, Lobo, Questa, Ranchos de Taos, Red River City, Talpa, Taos and Twining. 'Daily. fFlag, . t Daily except Sunday Mrs. Lute Riedel, Edward l)t the Blue lodSe- J. DEDMAN, Superintendent, Ratjn, N. M. VAN HOUTEN, V. P. & G. M., Raton, N. r P. M. WILLIAMS, G. P. Agent, Raton, N. M. - in !i ASK FOR TICKETS SHIP YOUR FREIGHT From Santa Fe to 1 Paso, Bisbee, Douglas, and all Points in New Mexico, Arizona, Mexico and to the Pacific Coast, via NEW MEXICO CENTRAL to Torrance, Thence El Paso & Southwestern System The Best Route - East or West For Rates and full information address EUGENE A. FOX, G.F.&P, A. El Paso Texas. Hening, Denver; Mr. and Barlow, Antonito; E. C. Lillie, Denver; E. C. Little, Desver; H. E. Sherlock, Canton, O.; John J. Fox, St. Louis; J. H. Putnam, Chicago; Miss Lona Es mey, Lisbon ; Miss Johann Stoefler, I Los Angeles. Claire. Samuel Fuller, Sawyer; A. L. Law- ;she, Las Cruces; Carmen Farris, El i Paso; Harry H. Pinney, Wanatah, Ind. j Gregg's, j A. C. McElwan, St. Louis; Charles A. Beard, Cowles; A. Frascher, El iFaso; T. A. Sandoval, Denver; John In Alien at T mils Coronado. J. W. Briley, San Antonio, Texas; L. Lubiroki, San Pedro, Calif.; P. Ro mero, Artiz, Colo.; Alexander David son, San Francisco, Calif. ; Albert Her rera and brother, Pojuaque. of Rose Croix, of the Scottish Rite, Hie services are to be held at the cathedral tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock. Temporary interment is to be made in a receiving vault at Mt. Hope cemetery. At the grave the services are to be under the auspieces chased the books required of them, j There has always been a tendency on tne part of the students to abide by the requirements imposed upon them by the territorial board of education. The conductor is again indebted to those students who have brought flow ers to her desk, and feels very grateful for their kindness. The proof of the group picture of the ; strap just for the purpose of rendering institute, taken by the El Pinon studio them unrecognizable. During the jTO-NIGHT ( WimgrtA k, jrb, xr V photographer, was shown to the stu dents this morning, and several pic tures were ordered hearing of a complaint arising from this the police discovered that there is an ordinance to the ffect that all During the course of the institute a , autmobile numbers must be rigid and great amount of written work, many maps, diagrams and pnysiological de signs were required of the students. They are well done and will be pre served and mounted as valuable sou venirs of this year's institute. This excellent work gauges the general quality of effort shown and testifies to the grade or quality of each indi vidual student as ability, no one being excused from presenting the same. A marked improvement over last year's work is noticed. Conway Re-elected. The annual meeting of the Santa Fe County Teacher's Association took place yesterday afternoon, at the high school building, and after transacting the routine business, elected oflicers for the ensuing term. County Superintendent Conway was unanimously re-elected president of the association, and after thanking the members for the honor bestowed upon him, and assuring them that he would do his best to discharge the duties of the office, with due credit and honor to the association; declar ed his intention of aiding the mem bers in cspenrino t(flphpr' nrtitirna It i He exuresert fidelity for rhnsf tenrh ers who were striving hard for the cause of education, and said that a new era had arrived with the admis sion nf nur Sunshine torritnrv int Ilia Th pallbearers are to be Charles Arcularius, Paul Harney, Eh'. M. T. Balseley, Mose Wiler, Thomas Herron, J. H. Spencer, W. T. Branham and E. J. Pratt. All are from the K. C. C. H. of the 33rd degrees of Scottish Rite Masonry of which H. Scheri is Wise Master. Mr. Paxton, mother, his sister and two children by a former marriage arrived yesterday. His widow and young child, and Mrs. Paxton's sis ter, Miss Edith Botsford, arrived with the body this mornisg. Joplin Masons look upon Mr. Pax ton as the father of Scottish Rite Masonry in the valley of Joplin. was due largely to his efforts that the Scottish Rit bodies are insti tuted in this city. Mr. Paxton was the first venerable master of Joplin Lodge of Perfection and the first . sisterhood of states, and that the on the folowing day fourteen violators of this law were arrested. If you are in need or anything, try a New Mexican Want Ad. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. MASONIC. ALAN R. S Any lady reader of this paper will receive, on request, a clever "No-1 Drop" Coffee Strainer Coupon pnvi- lege from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. It , is silver-plated, very pretty, and posi tively prevents all dripping of tea or coffee. The Doctor sends it, with Lis new free book on "Health Coffee" I simply to introduce this clever substi tute for real coffee. Dr. Shoop's j Health Coffee is gaining its great pop ularity because of: First, its exquisite I taste and flavor; second, its absolute healthfulness; third, its economy II 1-2 lb. 25c; fourth, its convenience. No tedious 20 to 30 minutes boiling, "Made in a minute" says Dr. Shoop. Try it at your grocer's, for a pleasant surprise. Sold by Frank Andrews. H :Z' I RIO GRANDE'S I FISHING RATES ORGANIZING HARVEST LABORERS INTO UNIONS. Shortage of Farm Hands Sends Wages all the Way to Twelve Dollars a Day. Up FROM SANTA FE TO Embudo and Ieturn $2.65 Tres Piedras " 4.55 Antonito " 6.30 Chama " 9.50 Wagon Wheel Gap , ?n 10.70 Best Trout FISHING In the World Tickets at Union Depot. P. H. McBRIDE, AGENT. LIVERY STABLE Fin Rigs, Reliable Horses, Single Buggies, Surries, Saddle Horses Call up 'Phone 9 When in Need of Anything in the Livery Line. Drivers Furnished RATES RIGHT. Don Caspar Avenue CHAS. GLOSS Walla Walla, Wash., June 30. Tak ing: advantage of the shortage of harvest laborers in the Pacific north ' west, where the grain crop this sea son is estimated at more than 100, 000,000 bushels, several organizers, not affiliated with any of the recog nized labor bodies, are working in eastern Washington and Oregon to form a Farm Hands' Union, the pur pose being to raise the minimum wage of laborers to $3.50 for a day of eight hours. The scale for sack-sewers and forkers is fixed at $5 a day, while the pay of machinemen will be increased from $6.50 to $7 to from $10 to $12 a day. Efforts are being made by ranchers and orchardists to bring men into the country from eastern, central and southern states, and in addition to these it is likely that students from a dozen or more colleges ' in various parts of the country can be enlisted to assist in harvesting the grain, grass and fruit crops. Several attempts have been made in Washington and Oregon to organize farm laborers, but so far they have not been successful. However, the farm ers admit that if such an organization could be formed they would have to pay almost any price demanded by the men. Frank Trader, who appears to be the head of the organizers, says it is purposed to form a local union in every grain district in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Montana. He de clares that the present scale, ranging from $2.50 to $7 a day, is not high enough, "especially," he adds, "at a time when the farmers will be glad to pay more rather than leave their crops in the field. Fifty cents is the initia tion fee and we will have enough members at the start to see the thing through. Our members won't work with those not identified with the organization." Wise Master of Joplin Chapter of Rose Croix. Mr. Paxton had extensive mining interests in the district, and promoted the first electric line built in this city. FILES SUIT FOR DIVORCE IN RHYMES. presence at the county teachers' insti- I tute, of a large bevy of young students, gave assurance that the educational future of the new state was indeed a very bright one. Prof. J. A. Wood was elected treas urer, and in his genial way thanked the members, and assured them that they made no mistake in banding to- Couple Separate and Divide Property gether like brothers, all working in tne interest of a good cause. Mr. Manuel Montoya, who taught the district school just outside of the city limits last term, was elected sec retary. Mr. Montoya has been acting temporarily for the past four months. In her remarks, before the associa- PAXTON FUNERAL AT JOPLIN, MO., YESTERDAY. Was the Father of Scottish Rite Ma sonry in That Part of Missouri and Was Factor in Upbuild ing of City. (Joplin News Herald.) The remains of George Bailey pax ton, 47 yars of age, the former Jop lin mine operator, who died from Bright's disease at Washington, D. After Less Than Six Years of Marital Bliss. Spokane, Wash., June 30. Whether G. H. Forth, plaintiff in the suit, or his counsel, J. C. Kleber, is responsi ble for establishing a precedent in the Spokane county superior court by telling his domestic troubles in rhyme, is not known; but in the following lines, incorporated in the complaint are the several charges preferred against Delia Forth in an action for divorce: "The defendant toils not, neither does she spin, In her leisure hours other hearts doth she win; Against the wish and without a hus band's consent, Neither time or affection on him has she spent, Till patience no longer such conduct can endure, And a wronged spouse now a di vorce would procure." The Forths were married in Spo kane in November, 1904, and have a four year old child, who is with her randparerits. The couple separated last November after dividing their property, the husband also paying for the support of the child. Montezuma Lodge No 1, A. F. & A. M. Reg ular communication first Monday of eac) month at Masonic hal at 7.30 . to. H. H. DORMAN, Acting Master. McCORD, Secretary. Santa Fe Chapter No. L R. A. M. Regular con vocation second Monday of each month at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. S. G. CARTWRIGHT, H. P. ARTHUR SELIGMAN, Secretary. Santa Fe Commandery No. 1, K. T. Regular conclave fourth Monday in each month, at Masonic Hall at 7:30 p. m. J. A. MASSIE. E. C. W. E. GRIFFIN, Recorder. Santa Fe Lodge of Perfection No. 1 14th degree. Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry meets on the third Monday of each month at 7:30 o'clock in the evening in Masonic Hall, south side of Plaza. Visiting Scottish Rite Masons are cor dially invited to attend. JOHN W. MAYES, 32. Venerable Master. HENRY F. STEPHENS, 32. Secretary. month. Visiting brothers are invited and welcome. A. J. FISCHER. SENA, Exalted Ruler. Secretary. J.D. B. P. O. E. Santa Fe Lodge No. 460. B. P. O. E. i holds its regular session on the son. tion, Mrs. George Dixon expressed her ond nd f.ourtt Wednesday of each nc -I. . i , I month. Visitine hrnthera am init(s sictLmuaLiuu vi me excellent worn done during the past year, by the members of the same, said it was one of the most important organizations in the county, and that the teachers, by their actions, indicated a willing ness of keeping right up in front of the procession. . The association had four meetings during the past scholastic year, at which the county teachers discussed school matters. These meetings proved very interesting and beneficial to those who attended. The secretary was instructed to pur chase the necessary stationary, and a large book to keep the minutes in, and after a number of remarks by the different members, the association ad journed to meet next January. The Conservation of Nature's Re sources. Applies as well to our physical state as to material things. C. J. Budlong, Washington, R. I., realized his condi tion, and took warning before it was too late. He says: "I suffered severe ly from kidney trouble, the disease be ing hereditary in our family. I have taken four bottles of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and now consider myself thoroughly cured. This should be a warning to all not to neglect taking Foley's Kidney Remedy until it is too late. Sold by Stripling Burrows Co. INSTITUTE NOTES There is always some person at one time or another who has printing to be done and if the work is to be first class the New Mexican job printing department can fill tJho bill. Why get printing that isn't first class, any way, since appearance today 13 of such im portance T What a Summer Cold May Do. C- arriveda ln opn ov?, tlle Mia" .... , ' , . Jsouri Pacific at 9:30 o'clock this A summer cold if neglected is just morning and were removel to the as apt to develop into bronchitis or Scottish Rite cathedral, 821 Main pneumonia as at any other season. Do street, where they are to lie in state not neglect It. Take Foley's Honey from 10 o"clock a. m., to noon to- and Tar promptly. It loosens the morrow. Friends of Mr. Paxton and cough, soothes and heals the inflamed the public at large are invited to view i the outcome of the examination, air passages, and expels the cold from the body as it lies in state. Nearly all the students joined the the system." ' Under the auspices of the Chapter New Mexico Reading Circle, and pur- (Communicated.) A number of the young students did not join the Santa Fe County Teach er's Association, on account of their tender age, and because they do not intend to take up teaching for two or three years, and some of the outside teachers did not enroll because they have positions already assured them in other counties. They will join the association In the counties where they secure their positions. This is the last day of study at the institute, and the students are very busy priming themselves for the or deal tomorrow and Saturday. There are about 10 applicants for first grade certificates, 20 for second and 33 for third. Every one seems confident of writing successfully for a certificate. County Superintendent Conway notified the students this morning of his having received the examination questions from the department of edu cation, and of his having turned over same to the conductor. The examina tion questions will be opened before the candidates for certificates. Every thing will be carried on with, the greatest of care and fairness. Those students who seem certain of securing their certificates, are in con stant communication with the school directors throughout the county, en gaging themselves for the coming year, while others are willing to await Knights of Pythias. Santa Fe Lodge No. 2, Knights of Pythias. Regular meeting 1st and 3d Tuesdays in month at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. hall, San Francisco St. Visit ing Knight's invited to attend. AUGUST REINGARDT, C. C. JOHN K. STAUFFER. K. R. 8. RUBBER SHOES FOR HORSES GREAT SUCCESS IN TEXAS. Saves Not Only the Asphalt Pave ments but Protects the Family Man Coming Home Late at Night. San Antonio, Texas, June 30. How to get home unobservedly and un afraid in the dark or in the morn's first light has been solved by this city's government in a very eflicient manner. The ordinance making this possible was not passed with this par ticular object in view, though, irate wives say such is the case, but was framed up for the purpose of making jehu's friendless hard on the asphalt pavements which San Antonio's own paving plant is now laying down. The administration, taking a not entirely warranted pride in the product of its street paving outfit, decided a short time ago that all hack horses should wear rubber shoes on the front legs and flat steel ones on the hind legs. This has proven a godsend to the man who is in the habit of staying up late with sick friends. Instead of going home in a snorting, back-gring taxi he is now able to translate himself to his front door without the slightest noise, Taxi operators in order to meet the competition of the gumshoed horse are now looking for a muffler that will completely silence their motors, Tell some deserving Rheumatic suf ferer, that there i3 yet one simple way to certain relief. Get Dr. Shoop's book on Rheumatism and a free trial test. This book will make it entirely clear how Rheumatic pains are quickly killed by Dr. Shoop's Rheumatic Rem edy liquid or tablets. Send no money, The test is free. Surpris3 some dis heartened sufferer by first getting for him the book from Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. Sold by Stripling Burrows Co. AUTOMOBILE NUMBERS MUST ' BE FASTENNED RIGIDLY. San Antonio, Texas, June 30. Here after automobile numbers in this city must not be suspended from straps or chains or fastened by any other meth od than one making the number abso lutely rigid when the car is in motio. Some drivers recetly thought it well to faste their numbers by a single EL PASO AND RETURN $13.40 via New Mexico Central R. R. JULJr 2-3 and 4th. Return Limit July 6th. DAYLIGHT TRAIN CHEAP ROUND TRIP RATES TO ALL POINTS VIA c Effective June 2nd, 1910 lew Mexico entral ATLANTIC CITY $74.05 ASBURY PARK $73.70 BOSTON $7795 CHICAGO $50.35 DETROIT $60.35 HOT SPRINGS $44.60 KANSAS CITY $35.35 ST. LOUIS $44.35 NEW YORK $75.15 DAYLIGHT TRAIN BETWEEN Sal Fe & El Paso Train Leaves Santa Fe 8:45 a. m. Daily. For information regarding freight and passenger rates etc. call at city office, Laughlin Block or Phone 145. ; L. H. GIBSON, City Frt.& Pass. Agt.