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BELEN, NEW MEXICO, AUGUST 28, 1913
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"All aboard for Los Lunas."
Join the . crowd next Monday
for "everybody's doin' it" and
that special train will carry the
greatest crowd that ever left the
city. Not only from Belen, but
from Jarales, Los Chavez, Tome
and the surrounding country, will
they come to join the throng. The
train will halt at Los Chavez long
enough to allow any and all from
that vicinity to get aboard. The
Belen Band will be on hand to
help along the gayety and there'll
be something doing all the time,
according to Mayor W. G. Lo
gan and City Clerk, Phil Jaegels
of the County Seat City.
The dedicatory exercises will
open about 9 o'clock, the Rev.
Father Docher of Isleta being in
charge of the first part of the
program. Following this will
be addresses by some of the lead
ing statesmen of New Mexico,
including the Honorable W. C.
McDonald, governor of New
Mexico. Mr. McDonald has prov
en himself a man among men,
and has numerous friends among
Valencia county people, who will
give him a royal reception at the
seat of government in the king
dom of Valencia. Hon. Frank
W. Clancy, attorney general of
the state, is another speaker for
the morning. Mr. Clancy was
district attorney for a number of
years in this district, and was
among the attorneys attending
the first term of court held in
the old courthouse, which was
erected in 1876 at which time
that two story adobe structure
was some edifice indeed. Hon.
Nestor Montoya, one of the lead
ing orators among- the Spanish
Americans of the state, is booked
for an address. Mr. Montoya is a
splendid example of the progres
sive type of Spanish-Americans,
using both languages' fluently.
His capability in this regard has
been recognized by his being cal
led upon to act as official inter
preter in the supreme court of
the state. The program will be
varied enough to suit the most
fastidious in the audience. The
Belen Band will be heard through
out the program.
Hon. A. N. White, superinten
dent of Public Instruction, has
just accepted an invitation to be
present and assist in the pro
At noon .the great barbacue
will satisfy the wants of the
inner man. whole beef will
ho MariQi)ri rvoainoa Tifirrmrnns
mutton, with plenty of bread and
the necessary condiments. It
will be one great picnic dinner
under the bid Alamos, where
everybody will feast.
After dinner the championship
ball game will hold the boards,
Gallup will be there confident
that they will do what the All
Stars failed to do last Sunday,
namely perform the
operation so dear to the heart of
the primeval man of the country
the Belen team to be the vic
tim;' '-'But Belen will be present
and Gallup will know this fact
ere the game is over. Our ' 'Big
Chief" knows a trick or. two
about scalping himself, and it
will te á story with two sides if
he has his way about it. Quin
tana, Hall, Moore, LeMaster,
Becker, and a few more will al
so be in the game and it'll be
some game. Not only is the
purse attractive, but the fact that
Gallup has been claiming the
earth and an extra agricultural
grant on the side has put metal
into our team. With a record of
victors in ten out of the twelve
games of the season, of our boys,
the Gallup team will be going
some to carry off our scalp.
And there'll be some Belen
fans present also. If Los Lunas
thinks they will have a quiet day
of it, they will have missed their
guess and have one more coming.
Thé Welkn will ring as it never
rang befcre in the ancient plaza.
You'll "be sorry if yoú miss it' :
Notice for Publication
Department of the Interior,
U.S. Land Office at Santa Fe,N.M.
RRT July 24, 1913
Notice is hereby given that
Max E. Lucero, of San Rafael,
N. M.,' who, on Jan. 29, 190S,
make H E, No. 05548-13019, for
SW1-4NE1-4, SE1-4NW1-4, Nl-2
SW1-4, Section 28, Township 11
N, Range 10W, N. M. P. Meridi
an, has filed notice of intention
to make nve year f root, to es
tablish claim to the land above
described, before Charles Neu-
stadt, U. S. Com. at San Rafael,
N. M., on the 9th day of Septem
Claimant names as witnesses:
Pablo Gallegos y Apodaca, and
Agustín Cooper of Grants, N.M.,
Tomas Telles and Guillermo Gar
cia of San Rafael, N. M.
Word has been received by
friends here of Paul B. Dalies,
who is spending his vacation in
the east, to the effect that he is
enjoying himself to the utmost.
He has visited several of tne
eastern cities the past week, and
has kept his friends posted as to
his trip by mailing postcards of
the places visited.
Mrs. Saturnino Baca and son,
Herman.,1 have been spending the
week at Abo, and points adjacent
in the Manzano mountains, tak
ing an outing.
The News is late this week on
account of a delayed shipment of
paper. We will try not to allow
this to interfere with the News
coming out on time in the future.
B. F. Criswell, State Agent,
representing several fire in
surance companies was in town
J the first of the week.
Business men in Albuquerque, j Tucked away somewhere deep
as well as those in .practically j ly in inner most consciousness of
every town in the Rio Grande- every human being is the rcmem
valléy between here and El Paso, brance of the first circus e er
have interested themselves in the 1 attended. In the onward pro
movement for the establishment: gross the Al. G. Barnes Big
of a railway mail service on the
daylight trains between this city
and El Paso. '- -
Yesterday a numerously signed
petition was sent to Washington-
from Albuquerque and similar
petitions are now in the hands oti
the postmasters in the southern
towns. - ' ,-
It has been-pointed out that
the new service, if the govern-
ment consents to its installation,
will enable merchants and others
in the Rio Grande valley to mail
their orders for goods to Albu
ouerciue one day and secure de-
livery the next morning to points i
as far south as San Marcial, and
it is believed the change would
result in a considerable volunie.
of parcel post and express busi
ness for the merchants .of . Albu-.
In connection with. the agi tac
tion for an extension of the mail
service in the valley south of
here there is also a movement
favoring, the change of the time!
of the northernbound daylighl
tltin:- It is proposed-1 thai
train should arrive in Albuquer
que in time for a connection with
train 2, eastbound tourist flyer,
in the afternoon, whichleaves at
4:05. This change would give
the people of El Paso and inter
mediate points a new fast through
passenger service to Chicago as
well as a fast mail service to the
north and east. - It is'understood
that the Santa Fe officials are to
consider the matter at the com
ing meeting in Topeka when the
new winter train schedule will be
M. H. Blackweil, chief clerk of
the railway mail servicé at Den
ver, and G. A. Gardner, assistant
superintendent of the railway
mail service at Washington, who
arrived here Thursday night, it
is. understood, were sent here to
investigate the feasibility of in
stalling railway postoffice on
Santa Fe trains - No. 816 and 815.
Blackwelland Gardner left last
night for Denver. -They gave no
intimation as to what their report
would bo in regard to the pro
posed extra mail service between
Albuquerque and El Paso. Their
report will be submitted directly
to the superintendent and it. is
probable it will be several weeks
before the department's action
v.7 i 11 be known here.
The officials, it also is under
stood made inquiries about office
room for a chief of railway mail
service in the federal building.
The Commercial club several
times has attempted to induce
the postoffice department to send
a chief here. Albuquerque, the
Commercial club has argued, is
the logical place for a chief.
Forty-six railway mail clerks are
running in and out of Albuquer-
Three Ring Wiid Animal Circus
has forged to the front until now
it is the largest exhibition of its
kind in the world. This big show
will give two full and complete
performances, cn Tuesday
The Al G. Barnes Circus is
ftheone show that is different,
;. It -is in a class by itself. The
feats performed by the man eat-
forest bred animals, have
never ceicre been duplicated m i
With the show is carried 50
ducated and trained animals.
Among them are thirty
Forest Bred lions, a herd of el
ephants, a caravan of camels,
leopards, tigers,' pumas, bears,
jaguars, hyenas, zebras, mon
keys of every known species,
,Jogs and ponies. Every animal
carried with the show
s a per-
, Ail the wild animal acts are
performed is steel arenas, weigh-
mar.y tons, under the super -
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r-túiist P.rci 'nio"t .. c?-'.or?te?x
trainers. Altogether there are
more than half a hundred heart
stilling acts, each of which has
never yet been duplicated with
any animal exniDition in tne
Sc ine idea cf the magnitude of
the show may "be obtained when
one takes into consideration that
it requires twenty five specially
constructed railroad cars, to trans
port this zoological paradise.
Thrc3 . hundred employees are
required to operate it.
Al. G. Barnes personally su
pervises and directs-: each and
every rorformance. He prides
hirasalf with the clean 'and high
tone standard he has always held
for the show. No gambling is
allowed upon the show grounds
or City streets on the day of ex
hibition. A gorgeous street parade head
ed by two trumpeting military
bands will leave -the show
grounds at 10;30 a. m. on the
day of the exhibition. Two per
formances will be given in the
water proof tents at 2 and 8 P.
The war in the Balkans was
terrific but we don't believe it
was any worse than some of the
moving pictures of it made on
The destruction of that Mexi
can gun boat by an aeroplane
Was a great victory for the news
paper correspondent at El Paso.
, Why not give the British wo
men the right to vote? Look at
the way Queen Mary is manag
que and the nearest chiefs are
stationed at Denver, Los Angeles
.and PI Paso. Albuquerque Journal.
Naylon broug'ht down, his All
Stars from Albuquerque last Sun
day, which aggregation had been
selected, organized and trained
for Belen's express purpose, but
the Stars soon went into eclipse,
the Belen team proving itself so
much more luminous. Seme
good plays were made by the
Stars, especially in fielding, but
it was evident early in the game
that the Stars would soon be i
forced to set, being outclassed !
throughout the game. Altho
k avion ummred balls and strikes. '-
f. f ter the first man up, while man- j
agmg his sceilar aggregation, tne
he could figure was 8 to 3
mst ins own team.
Burford and Gutierrez of the
local team have home runs to
their credit. Cornish of the visi
tors struck a three-bagger which
he tried to stretch into a home
run, but was put out at the
Cornish, the first man to the
bat, struck out. Murphy went to
first, and on trying to steal second
was thrown out by Burford.
Hutchinson followed Cornish's
Zf thSqt ha;!
For the locals in the first Quin
tana and Hall-went out at first.
Moore found second, and Hill
struck a ny which was found by
the visitors, ending the first.
In the second Chavez, Gue
vera and Spencer .went out in
one, two, three order before
reaching first. Burford for the
locals struck a three-bagger.
Gutierrez was put out on first,
after which both LeMaster and
Baca kicked up flies and were
R. McCanna was first up in the
third, getting his at second base.
McKee and J. McCanna both
fanned before the "Big Chief."
For the locals Branch and Quin
tana failed to find first, whereup
on Hall swatted one to outer field,
being brought in by Moore, the
first score of the game. The
latter trying to stretch a twe
bagger, was put out on second.
Hill failed to reach first.
In the 4th, Cornish went to
second, being brought home by
Murphy, who went out on third.
ilutcnucn tanned, whereupon
Chave7, hit a fly which, put him
out. Burford went to first after
having tried in vain to dodge a
wild one by Spencer. Guttem z
struck out, while Burfer-J stole a
base. LeMaster got a hit, ring
ing Burford home, but L&Mastí r
died trying to stretch his hit to a
3-bagger. Baca and Branch each
got hits and scored. Quintana
reached 3d, Hall 2d, when Moore
was given a base on balls. Hill
struck out, with all bases ful'.
. Guevara scored for the visitors
in the 5th, Spencer died cn 3d,
while R. McCanna and McKee
failed" to reach firs'. Burford
failed to make first, whereupon
Gutierrez struck a home run.
LeMaster went out at first. Baca
knocked a fly and was caught
J. McCanna struck out in the
6th. Cornish met his fate at first
and Murphy fanned, Branch got
a nice hit, being brought home
by Quintana and Hall sacrificing.
Moore sent a fly to in field, which
The 7th added another goose
egg for the visiters, whereupon
Hill scored, when Barf ord knock-
ed a home run.
E. McCanna scored in the 8th.
after which McKee and J. Mc-
Launa tanned. Cornisn knocked
a 3-bagger which he tried to
stretch into a home run, and was
caught by Burford at home plate.
Neither the latter half of the 8th,
nor the first half cf the 9th
changed the score, which stood
8 to 3.
Gutierrez has nine strike outs
to his credit while Spencer has
two and Hutchison four. Bur
ford and Gutierrez each made
home runs. Hits off Gutierrez
5; oft Spencer 9; off Hutchison 0.
Umpires: Campbell and Naylon,
and Jagojs and Hoffman.
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.That Journal article could not
j have been written by a Belenite,
we haven't a big enough knocker
in town to do such a thing. And
if we had, we would not allow
him to stay over night.
According to Fink of the Har
vey House, "it must have been a
cloudy night, when Naylon picked
several of his All Stars."
The visitors did some fine field
ing ail right all right. Some of
this work was very fast.
A 3-bagger and a home run for
Burford. The fans are net sorry
about that watch.
The "Big Chief ".won the heart
of every fan. His arm was just
in good practice at the end of the
game. And when he hai a home
run to his credit too.
IXCLAIMEI) -MAIL MATTER.
The following Is a list of letters
and ether unclaimed mail matter re
maining in the post office at Belen,
Xcw Mexico, for the week ending
August 23, 1913
I'crsons calling for this unclaimed
matter will please say "Advertised."
A charge of one cent will be made
for each piece of advertised matter
'clivc-.ed, as required by Section 668
V,tt.l Laws and Regulation, 1902.
Eurr, R. E.
Castilioy Trujillo, Felipe
Sanchez, Jesus Maria
S. e'e Samors, Adela .
Silba, Gregorio (Care of Mel
If unclaimed by Sept. 11, 1913
the above will be sent to the Dead
JOHN BECKER, P. M