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THE EVENING HERALD, AlBUOUERQUE, N. M., HIIDAY, JANUARY 30. 16t.
mux v The advisability of placing your Jewelry and Important Fapers in a safe deposit box in the vaults of this bank is clear ly apparent because you are always conscious that your valuables cannot be lost or stolen. We rent safe deposit boxes in which may be placed invest ment securities, contracts, in surance policies, heirlooms, etc., for $2.50 per year. FIRST SAVIK6S WH AHO TRUST CO. Albuquerque, New Mexico Open Saturday Evenings and Railroad Fay Days Until 8 PM. t--v s--: w - - y n y DR. COLBERT LEAVES ON SOUTH AMERICAN MISSION AllMiiiH-rMM. rinaiclan Will hull from Now York, ovl r . k lei light HlMlkWOtlll In I ollllllhta. Ir. J. W. Collier!, irrrntly ap f.i.l ul l In the head of the Carnegie loundal Ion campaign against hook worm in Sooth America, w Ul leave A'htiqui Tq'.ic toniaht for New YorK where lit' "111 .loin the party of phy sician iiml other who are to go with him to Columbia wner thu ii.iK-ot in campaign will begin Ir. foil. it Rura merely to start the work and thoroughly organl?. it, tint expects to l humv from Albuquer que (or about three months DURST MAY INSTITUTE SUIT FOR DAMAGES Man Hurl by lull from Klnvt Car Said to IV- 4'on4P'r1iig A.-th-n Against Traction r-uininy. Frank Inirat. the street mr run Inrti.r who Cell or pushed Irmn li car Tuesday litKht. and who hu filed nn easailll complnltil ngulnat Manager M Chadhinirrie of the company, v ho he nl'cges itifhi'il liltii off. was still unable to appear In po lice t oiirl this morning, unit 1 ! cnae gainst Mr. Chadl.ooiiie again went over. Friends of Inn hi lunc Intl tnatcd I hut ho plan to I . r I n it u unit for damage uituliiat 'lie Traction The New Express Rates EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 1, 1914. In Conformity with the order of the Interstate mercc Commission. The following table is illustrative of some nt the differ ences between the new and old rates I IwcCU Albu.ueniie S lha. I Kxprtaa Inaured and the fol- I lowing pulnts: lunver i Pallna j San Kranclai-o St. Uotiis I Chicago I Unite New York I New did imt. .7" .li .oil .80 .(! .SH .Ml ltnliH .::3 ,3S tit .41 . i .51 .r.j Food Products Carried Express M eans Highest Class of Transportation. Free Insurance tip to $50.CO A Receipt for Each Shipment. Responsibility Safety Efficiency Telephone or write to your nearest express office S3S2 ! nin nnrrrnn . UlllllLU Ul V V TUrpiTV company. In fulling from the car burst struck the paved street on I hi hack of hid hi'utl. In r li 1 1 it aj a main wound. It la HM.iri.il Ihut I Mint pinna to hold that thi: Injury la serl olla i 111. null In entitle lilin to r. roin penao from I lie Traction company. COURT HEARING CASE OF SHEEHAN VS. ST. JOSEPH'S Judge ltaynolds htm turn engaged today III hearing I ha rase of J. I' Khi i h.iti in. Ht JoHi-ph'a an nltii I ium In ".hlih th" pliiiiitifr .Tk to rt- . r i:. fur IliBlallllig a puiiiplna PIhiiI in th,- H.mitnr.um. The il- fioul nnt hrlnaa a rotmlrr ilnim of l.lu M V.. Illrkey u..fr for tin- plain tiff unil Netll H. KIWil for the ili-ti iia". Ali.irnrj Thoiima X Wilk-raon to day llli'd ault III hi'half of K'.lu "or mini liiin-e aH.ilimt her huahanil. J J. tiur--. Hnkin illvnrri' on the around of non-au'Krt and ili'i lion. The niiiple were inwrrieil In n.uleiiui. i'al , in 111. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. Knit KK.XT Xo. heaiitiful. aunny front i no inn for llaht hoiiekfi In Apply 304 West fentrul ave WAXTKI - Four upei lulty aaleamt n for New Mi'iirn and Altx.n.t. t ail t'oinlu hotel. Hiiturday or Sunday. Knit SAUK Improved ranch noal town, a hiiritxin for i-iihIi; will eon aider trade for rliv propeiiy. Apply ti n r. Her. .1.1 ulilce. Com- ! itTlh". i io ih; Kxprraa Insured ! Kx press Insured I New Itatea .4 i .:. .77 .II .il . Old New Itatea .71 I .S3 1.S5 III 1 1.22 J 4 1 1 :! I Did Hales I. SO 1 1 l.il 1.71 2 Ul) 20 2 SO It at .I'll I li 1.511 i.:ii 1.21 1,4 I 4'l at Still Lower Rates Service ti Hil k I M M K UiU IWIL I LUM I ML Ul 1 1 Blazing Heavenly Visitor Strikes Sandia Mountains With Thud Flainly Felt in Albuquerque. SEARCHING PARTIES OUT L00KINO FOR IT A meteor, hluxing like a skyrocket. hit thf north pi'iik of the Hundl.i mountain lust night about 7; 40 ui Imk with nn Impui't terrific en utiKh (n cause u amull Hn'il earth quake In Albuquerque, tury house in Ihe i lly being shaken perceptibly. while the dull liooiii of the Idow ut exploainn 'iiiiHeil many to l.elleve t bin i'pl.mlon of dynuiiiltu or a lioil vr had taken pline. The tremor of the earth aa auf fu ll in to ihum doom anil window to tattle, to nhuke looae nl.lei'ta nil' khelveM and the nolae win heard ev en over the hum of truffle- on the downtown aireeia. In aonie q a.ler it i n lined roimlderalile alarm, people belleMiiR It to he an earthillake. Half a U.iX'11 people have been loiind who ih a hltixe of IlKht Ilk .1 ahoiiinm at a r or llahinlnit finch above the iiiotititaina a monir ' or an In fore the deti.iiut Ion. Heholdera Itary In locating the fiaah, plarlnv IV It. Mil I'liio I ati on, Illteen lnllei northi-HHt of thin rlty. aa far north the mountain promontory Juat op- p.iHilc Hi lliiilllln uml ula.ut 3D ill ilen In 'in lute. At leant one automo bile party imv the flunli and heard the noine iiitd epeiiatora on the niea.t en hi nf he illy who had nn eX'-el- 1. nt le of the mountain, declare It wan undoubtedly u meteor. I W. ililchrlat, who hh It Him en the alai.M-eneluye.1 eaat p..r.h fit the '.rnir ranch Juki aoiitlieiiMt of the I'lilv eraitv, hhi the llRht plainly ik heard the notne. He reckoned the local Ion at about T'lno Canyon. "I mil the IlKht. like that of a Hal- Iiik red atar." aiiid Mr. Ililchriat to day. "ileRcend with great eloclly to the ciei-t of the mountiilu, apliei.r to lieMlate the fraction of a aecoml and thin disappear, a flare of llaht like that from a fi.ret fire Maxfitit up for a aecoiid utter and diauppear mg " Attorney II. P. owen waa walking eaat on f'etitral aienue and nw thi flnah an I heard the thud. He walked the il il n me over again thia morninii and figured 7i ncci.nd between flnah ml detonation. i in the theory thai Honiid travel I inn feel a aecoml the loiatlon ahould lc about fifteen miles' dial. int or Juat about I'ln en n -..n. That thi1 phenomenon wa i hleflv nn e;irth tremor U indicated Itv Floy A. Slamtn. who wan In the iilliir of hia house ut the time and pl.iinb fill the lar. r. II. rrlat. of the .Malhe dairy, pl.ilnlv aaw what lie ana reai-mbliMl n ball of fire al t downward ap pear to hover fur m Inxlant Hill illaiippear nt a polm half way be tween I'lno f,ni,.ii mnl the 111.1th MALOY'S Sunshine Batter 35c lb. Belle Springs Butter 40c pound. Heinz Mince Meat in Bulk 20c lb. Small Tins 20c Large Tins 40o Stone Jars 60c Cheaper than you have ever bought it. Chase and Sanborn's Coffees SOc, 33c, 40c and 45c lb. Use the best costs no more than inferior coffees ARIZONA RIPE OLIVES A. J. MAL0Y Phone 172. nil of til range, quickly followed by boom. klr. Hrllgniaa of th Bernalillo Mercantile company at lleri.allllo. when queried over Iho pholm thi morning, aald that he neither aaw the hall of lira Itor heard the nol and had heard of no una In that Vl- I nil y who had. 1IIOI 4.IIT I'.Mt or TIIK WOltUH W lltM NKAIt "I am ready to admit that 1 ared atlfT," aald Will I'arsona of r'antu Ke this niurnliig, ' when I aaw that blinding streak of tight and heard and fell the meteor at ilk the moun tain aidu." I'arioiii". with William K. Hi own, a garag owner of Santa Fr, waa coming to Aiiiuiiieritie in an ai.'.omiiliile. Tha meteor atruck when they were juat thi aide of l.irn 'lillii "Ve were running at fair apeed." ild Piiraona, "when our ultentlon wa nltracted bv the blane of Ihe meteor. Wa did Imt know what It waa at first and were badiy (right- rued aa the light blinded ua. When It atruck Ihe mountain side there waa a brilliant Hare. We thought aome mine had blown up. Then fame the roar and the quake which ahook the iitotnouile violently Koth llrow n and myaelf thought at tlrat that we had run Into a ditch and were Being alara. Aa I aaw It. Ihe me.eor atruck the wet alope of the mnunlalna almost in a lino due eaat of Iteri.alillo. The 'o. I train pasaed us shortly lifter the oig noise. W fully expected to gee It o off the track." IXyllSlTlVK UTI.KXH M'" Ki'II M. Niiah and T. N. l.lnvllle left In an auto thia morning to rruiae aiun the weal aide of the mountain In an attempt In find where the meteor landed. The testimony of thoeo who say they aaw a flare us of burn ing wood when the meteor lit Indl ratea that It hit In !h timber. Nu merous others ann-uinced their In tention of going on the hunt for the visitor from Interstellar apace. Judg ing from Ita apparent aixe a viewed Irmn thla elly It must have been hll enough to make a tremendous hole n the smund. me theory la that '.he loud nolae was partially ca ie.l hy ihe impact of the meteorite, white hot from hla trip through the atmoa (here, upon he deep anow w hich now overllea 'he Sandiaa, n plaeeg ten and fifteen feet deep, resulting in an expioaion. Mr. l.lnvllle I rapeclally Interested i e. it use of the fact that he waa unco employed, he aay. by a T'hoelilx man who tunneled to strike meteor which burled Itself near Kingman. Arli. and took a fortune In Iron and other melala out of It. II will be remembered that some year ago a company wag also organised to drl.l for a meteor which hit the erlh near the Canyon !iblo. Aria., leav ing a hole a mile wl(Te and 100 feet deep, hut nothing ever iume of thi venture. fres dispatches only a few day elnce brought won. of the atlKhtinS of it lurge meteor In western France. ARE PLEASED WITH Restoration of Harmony Among Party Leaders Wel comed by the Rank and File. Hundreds of Republicans In Albu querque expressed litems. Ives today as highly pl aaod with the result of eslerday's get together meeting of lliu long warring factions In llerlal lllo county, and the rratoration of liarmnny In the Republican ranks. I-et the dead past bury Its dead.'' said one uctlve member of the rank and tile today, who expressea what seems lo be the universal feeling. "We have had all the party scrapping we need here in this country. It nnt only has ilelialed thu Itepurmcin party, but II has destroyed Hernalllio lounty's political Infltirnce In the ststa and has done serious damage at time lo the actual business Interests and prosperity of the city. Now It ani"ara all factions are united en a sound basis of common sense. 1 think mat witn tnis leeuns. on Ihe part of the leaders, we of the rank and file will be found ready with unanimous approval. Hhenff Jesug Itomero, the new. county chairman, today reeclved many messages of congratulation by tele I hiinu and lelesraph from Itepubllcan leaders In other parta of Ihe atate who express entnusiasiic satisfaction i Ihe final a'-ttlement of party difter ences here. PERSONALS. Iir. Jamea II Wroth returned home thla morning from Alamogor- do where lie haa been for geverui days. Ir. Wroth was called aa an expert witness to testfy In connec tion with the alleged use of arsenlo In the Majora murder trial which closed yesterday with the acquittal f f Majors. ... i.-. I. 1U-H 4ir..l..e " " ine rtllieiicaii Riinui ..i a i . nni'i.'s- at nanta re. we in ine cuy tor a ahort lime this afternoon, returning to KotiU Ke from the Pacific coast ; and Arlxoiia pulnla. tr. ITewett la Inking an ai ilce Interest not only In Ihe New Mexico display at Han Idegn but also In the exhibit to he erected here hv the Haul a Ke railway. Thomas Krlan, nf nraud llapld. I Mlib.. one of the big lumber men of the lakea I'Klon. arrived in Albif ! oueroiie this morning "on Ihe limited I to b the gneat of Misa Mary T. Ar- noni, in vt eai v uiiuar avenue, nis ; alsler-in-l.iw Ciiss. T llsnkin. known to minv Albunuerqite and Arlxona people as the promoter of the Hragansa Min ing coiupum In the aimer state which for a time nn special tralna l Ihe rompaov'a in I lies, for the benefit of prospective stockholders, waa lu Al- fiEFlLlulS C TTEE IK! GETS DOOZE AT THE RICO ALLEGED Bartender at Saloon Under $500 Bond to Appear for Ar raignment Before U. S. Com missioner Tomorrow ANOTHER INDIAN PLAIN DRUNK IN POLICE COURT I. renin lilnelli. iiartoivder at th l;lio in loon. 119 Ninth lirst street, und bt oi her of l, I Mm-lll. prnprti lor I ol Ihe pliu e, was in rested late lal ,nghl by Deputy I'nlled Slates Miir ishal J. It. tlalusha. charged with ibiivlng sold whlakry to Marcrllno I'ltdllla, an laleta Indian. Iilnelll llurnlahed bond In the autii of tiiOU 1 1' ml his preliminary hearing this morning wag set for ! o'clock Mon day afternoon before United Stutea Commissioner II. 11. Whiting In ttw federal building. Th warrant for IHnelll waa iaaued by f ommlealoner Whiting upon rune (P' - - "0! 1,1 a iecii HKvoi i inr .ii- nian arv ice, w no in unu m nio seen I'adllla buy liquor In bottle and Jug from IHnelll. The Indian bureau has become more active than ever recently In watching the sale of ll.ii..r to the In dians and places auapet-led uf selling I to the natives are being closely l watched. Numeroua arrests have 'been made In northern New Meglro where extensive peddling la said lo have been under way and at the 'mining term of I'nlled Hlntea court In Sanla Ke, It Is understood more than forty presentment will bo ' made lo the ftdernl grand Jury. j I Indian In l'olli-e Court. ' I ltonllo Carpln, another laleta In- dlnn, was In police court thia morn- i Ing charged under Ihe vagrancy net, w ith hanging around o. snloon. Ill i ,vna dismissed with a lecture from. Judge Crulg. as there was nothing to show that be had bought liquor In, the place. i V. n. M:r Vhorter. w ho said he had been working on the Elephant Untie 1 dam const ruction and Joe Allen, an 1 nlirbteen vesr obi earnenter. whu I said his home was In Canada, were dlamlnsed on their statement tnrt I hey were preparing to get out of town. Matt liowd and Jose Manuel Oar rln were fined 1-1 each for being drunk. i i huiiuerque thia morning, west bound iiassrnger on th California illmlted. ' A New land delivery automobile and Alfred (Irunafeld'a ear became aomewhat tangled at fecund and Cen tral at noon today In what nt first aeemed lo be aerloii e Ident. Itoth -ar. however, eai lipi d w ith alight scratches. i I The Second atreet fire department 'was culled out at noon today by a . lire In a ear of cinders standing nn a sluing near the Southwestern brew ery. A hole was burned In the bot tom of the car. There waa no further i damage. I Misa l'la Armljo has returned from a visit to F. I'hko. (in her wav back she v laitrd Misa Josephine Armijo at Las Cru-es. KAISER TRYING TO WIN BACK REGARD OF ABUSED ALSATIANS 1 fly 1 .eased Wtrm lo Bsvtdng; Herald. Ilerlin, Jan.. 3n. An attempt Is to be made by Kmpeior William to win buck the aympathle of the Alsatians after their recent Irritation In con nection with the Zaherii incidents b appointing a royal prince us viceroy In place of Count Charles von Wedel. who hus resigned, the Sgeltung Am Mil tan announces today that 1'nn e Frederick William, son uf the late t'rince Albert of I'runsia. prububly will be sent to Alsace. SALE OF WABASH RAILROAD ORDERED (Bjr Incased Wire to reoln Uerald HI. Louis. Jan. 30 The ssle of the Wabash railroad at foreclosure waa authorised today by Rimer H. Ad ams, I'nlled Males t. lri nil Judge. Judge Adums directed that no bid lor the pioperly lower than thirty four million dollars be accepted, and Ithat Ihe aate be made without ap praisement, t 'luster H. kllim of ht Louis was appointed special liuia Iter to execute Ihe sale. Ills bond I was fixed at tlVtl.votl. All bidders will be le. inlled to deposit vvllh Mr. . Kllim 11.7110 (11.11 of .VrllU.OU(l III jWsbuah first refunding or exteuslon mortgage bonds. j The decree of foreclosure waa 'handed down on motion of the j Kqitllable Trust company of New; iVork. which us trustee hoi. la III.- ua.OtiO In the bonds of the Wabash. The motion of the Kqultable vv is submitted to Judge Adalus yesterday nn l with the announcement that a plan ol re-oiganlsaton had leen made saliafai lory to the trustee and the receiver J The decree of Judge Adam dl lects that within twenty davs the (Wsbaah ra4road company shall pay to Ihe i:qullable Trust company II - S'Hilt as Interest nn the llrat mort gage bonds from January I. 112, when the road mud Its first default In Interest payments. nr i n Kir, ii im MMK lirrr MHf It 1111 New York. Jan. lu The Wabash railroad has leen III Ihe hands of re ceivers since liecember, 111, The aulhorixallon for Ihe sale of lis pro perties at auction In Ft. I.ou'a was a part nf the prmeedlngs peressarv In (effect th reorganisation of Ihe com pany which haa lain In inugisag OUR ENTIRE NEW AND Ladies' Suits Dr At O Price On Sale Tomorrow and All Next Week if CONFESS TO OP SADDLES Valuable Plunder Recovered and Enterprising Young Men Landed at Police Sta tion by Chief Today SAY THEY INTENDED TO PAY FOR THEM Nathaniel und Marlon Stoiie, II and l'i years old. icapecliv el , and j throe valuable cow boy saddles form rd exhibit A at thu police atatbui this afternoon Saddles und boys were brought lu shortly after noun by Chief of I'ol'ie Mi MllIln and I'olice in.in I'ablo l.ujun from the home of Ihe hnya' patenta, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Stone, who live about three in ilea north of the city. Mr. Stone scumi la a well known employe of the (Vie . tinenlal oil company and Ihe parents tare considerably broken up over the bols' confession that they stole two of the saddles on Ihe night of Jan uary II from the store of the Albu querque Carriage company and u I'hlrd saddle last night trom a barn In the rear of Ihe reanl.niu of Wil liam (I'll Wilson, collier of r'nai street and Mat quelle avenue The boya surrepi Ittously called at Ihe Wilson barn last night and, leav ing one of their own saddles in -jchrtiige, csrried off Ihe one belonging 'to Mr. Wilson. Hy a curious . oin jCiileine Frank McCaOe is now serving tune In the penitentiary for the theft i of this same saddle two Venn ami, I'ablo l.ujiii. recovering it at the j drown lanch on ihe nieau east or the l'ity with some guns and other stun .stolen by Mcl'abe. The hoys made their bad break In leaving Ihelr own saddle ut Ihe Wil son place. When the robbery was re ported by Mr. Wilson, who la -cm-ployed by the Karr Meal company, a man was found who Identified the aaddlr left In exchange, and 'he chiel and l.ulaii, accompanied by Wilson and Kd Karr, drove up to the ivi.uie place, where afl.r a little Investiga tion they found the thlee saddles bid den In the hay and placed lh" bnva under arrest, the mother being much shocked to find out what they had done. Hv clever excuses they had 'deceived her as lo where they spent Hi,, tun during which they ellecled the thefts. The two saddles belong ing to the c.irriaxe i'i.uiimiiv. which! weif id. .iidiie. I thla alii rtioon, ale, valued at about li each, and the' Wilson saddle, while It has been Used for several years, is hlgher-pi i id one. The boya hsd little to say about ihe mailer except ihit I hey iet.iiited ' l i py fur the sadc'lrs whan they got lis iiivnry, T.ie, nr ma b;id look- nnun DUID STEALING STOCK OF MODISH Coats and Ine boys They ii'liuiltud trying u. gel In the rear of the Carriage oiii pany establishment and then brink Ing in the plalu glusa window beiuud which the s.iilil'es were ulapliicd The bos also iidmilled ru.iliiin thu two bicycles which were fount some lime ago near Ihe llarmiod school to which place they rode III. machines and there abamloueil tliein. The saddles were accompan ied by ropes and blailkels w hich I hn boys had stolen. 'J lie boys' l.iUi' T la out or the city, the tliell ut the Cuiriage i i.in puny having taken place the aatiio night he left the city. Mr. Stone, senior, travels lor ihe nil compaiii . The mother w. i making arrange, mollis this afternoon to ball the l.oi.v out und they will likely have a bear ing tomorrow. This appears lo l. u good case for the Juvenile .Icpurt mem of Judge Craig s i otirt. TODAY IN CONGRESS Kenan-. Met at 11 'inn. Foreign relations cuiiiiniliito recommended renewal of all pending arbitration treaties. IIOII-M-. Met at noon. Jlegatl lie ..ale on lluinett liler ncy teat Imiiiigrallon lull. ItepteselilallVe Stanley tf-.ll-fled at Ihe Judiciary lommille heating on trust bills l.oina 1 1. Hrundes uiged uni form accnunilng for i orpor.it inits before the commerve ci.ininiUee SUIT TO TEST THE EXEMPTION LAW FTLT,') (By leased W ire lu Hxenliig 1letl.. Santa Fe. NV M , Jan. Ji - Tn teat the 1 2 ml exemption clanae of the new lax law Jose .a mora of f.inl.i Fu to day flic I ault in the distri. t . ..nil here asking th court tu oi.ler I lie lax roils changed so that tbe lj'"i ex empllon proii'ied by law wnul.l taken from Ihe .ne-iiur.l value ..'i whuh taxes ate paid. Instead o' tin. full value, ss the assessor had done. The caae will be curled In ihe su pieme coutt jii.I I ix olll, i.iU bh.-. iI tlie tealllla Will be lf lll.ll nuclei 1 .1 every t.ix paver In the stale, eai-i tal ly I tin poorer ones. II,. also questions lh viilnln.. of i nam count .' and city lei i. a totalling six ami a u ilf mills. Thla la India-Ceylon Ua mora refreshing than gra Itii tndfoi further. 7. Ttjrrysaa u esses ne-Half limner, fT" tints aly U Ulix asrw'V'1-'