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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

Albuquerque Citizen TRAIN ARRIVALS "No. i 7-45 P- m. I No 4 8. 55 p. m. No. 7 10.45 P- n. y No. 8 9.25 p. m. No. 9 1 1.45 p.m. WEATHFR FOKBCAST Pemer, Colo., Jn 2 Partlj cUoiJ tonight and Friday. WE GET THJB NEWS FIRST" ALBUQUEKQUE. NEW MEXICO. T1IUKSDAY EVENING, JANUARY 2. 1908.' VOLUME 23. NUMBER 2 T cnFFM S SFNU I uui r TO CARTHAGE SPECIALTRAIN Company Will Bury Dead Miners and Care For Their Families-Trained Nurses For Injured. BELIEVED ANOTHER Will DIE F Every Effort Being Made to Save Him by Physicians-Mine Not Badly Damaged by Explosion --Resume Work Saturday at Latest. Kan Antonio, N. M., Jan. 2. Eight new coffins formed part of the ex press of a special train which was run from this place to Carthage yes terday, carrying U. S. Mine Inspector Jo Mieridan, William Lane, an un dertaker of &an Mardal, and several trained nurses who will care for thone injured in. the explosion in the Bernal mine of the' Carthage Fuel company December 31. It la now asserted by Dr. O. H. Bat-...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

Tiirusi) v. J x. 1M8. paok rwa SXBTJQUERQUE E VETTING OITIZE3T. II RAILROAD DEPARTMENT T IDE BY THE SANTA FE Official Statement as to Work For Year Just Closed. Topeka, Kan., Jan. 2. An official tatement of the- work done by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa To during the year shows that no extensions were built but that considerable work was done In the way of reduc ing grades. The statement follows: "Hilton hill change of line In Colorado, five and one-half miles to reduce from a .6 to a .4 grade; change of line at Belle Plains, Kan., two miles in length; change of line, Woodward to Tangier. Okla., nine and ' one quarter miles; change of line at Glazier, Texas, and at differ ent points between Canadian, Texas jutd Panhandle. Texas, amounting in ill to thirty-one miles. All or tnis is , work In conectlon with reduction of trade of the Panhandle division, the (Southern Kansas, of Texas and the Pecos & Northern Texas to a maxi mum of .6 grade to connect with the new cut-oft betwee...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

nrmsnAY, jax. 2, 190s. 4LBTTQTJERQUB EYE3TIN0 UiTLLKIh HELEN liONfy NO, NO; ADM. BRONSON LOOKS SCRAPPY BUT HE ISN'T GOING TO HIT TEDDY II Gross Kelly & (Incorporated) Co. STORY MHMM(MMnaMMMMHHeaCV. sjs SAILOR IAS LUCK MARRY HON Went Away From Home as a Cabin BoyShanghaied and Forced to Work. Fltlshurg. Pa., Jan. i. Howard Ray, a fifteen-year-old lad, on his way to San Francisco, hoping to find his home and his parent, whom he left before the fire, told a wonderful story of adventure a a sailor, of being shanghald by the crew of a British ship, and of being halterated jr a United States consul In Brazil to whom he applied for relief, In the police station here last night, when he Applied for lodging. iWhen 13 years old, he said, he shipped a a cabin hoy at San Fran cisco on the steamship Chile, bound for Capetown. As'cabtn boy and as ordinary seaman, often performing the full duties of a grown man, he worked his way on dliterent ships to Sydney, Melbourne, and to many other point...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

TliritMAY. TAV IMS. LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There art about as many conceptions aa to what constitutes a .."good THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN ,1 ' F.H.S MUULISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. time" aa there are individuals, but there Is one place In .New Mexico, not very far from Albuquerque, where out of every 100 people And whnt they are looking for. That place Is the Valley Ranch, at Pecos, New Mexico. Fresh country produce 1n abundance, horses to ride or drive, dogs, (runs, traps, tackle, all at your disposal, me nnest nunting ana nsning in the territory. You can live In a house, a cabin or a tent, and come and FURNITURE STRONG BLOCK WILLIAM F. BROGAN "J J?''". . . (h W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT agreeable and refined, If you are MANAGING EDITOR sociably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal for re cuperating, rending, hunting or louring. Tou CAN'T SPEND MORE THAN NINE DOLLARS A WEEK ANT WAY YOU FIX IT. SmSCHIPTlON KA...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

THURSDAY, J.vx. a, iwn. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEH. pagk nrm. "the isles shall wait for his law;' A New Year's Meditation by Rev. Fletchei CooK. Rector of St. John's Church. TRADE EXCURSION WILL NOT COST AS MUCH AS EXPECTED Matter Is Now in Hands of W. R. Brown, District Agent For the Santa Fe. COL .HOPEWELL GOES AFTER ARMORY BUILD ING FUNDS BENEFIT RECITAL'JT Panic? But no one need suffer as long as f e can get Our Famous Bread and Cakes NONE BETTER v. .E. A Happy and Prosperous New Year Committee Says That Archi- Excellent Program Arranged' tects Are Slow About Fur- -Several Well Known Mu- j nlshlng Plans. i slclans Will Take Part, i i FRENCH BAKERY 212 E. Central, Phone 597 IIIIWIUMIIIIM HIHJHIUWII nooocxxxxxxxxxxxocxxxxicxxx) HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Works The most . up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in the city. J. A. Gardner, Trop, tOQ-n West Silver Ave. Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week, Day or MeaL MRS.M.E. NORRIS J t0 Eait Coal Avenue TRAVEL...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

TimisnAY. j.w. a. io. 0 E 1 HE AWAITS i CALMLY Kentucky Triple Murderer Has Only One More Day to Live. But Still Plays Checkers. J'uisvllle. Ky., Jan. 2. Clnrence Sturgeon, lie triple murderer, who i sentenced to be hanire.l on Fri day, January 3, spent his Inst fun Uiiy at the county Jail yesterday. Ap parently Sturfteon becomes brighter and more at ease as the (day of doom approaches". the end having for him, as he has repeatedly wild, absolutely no terror. Kxee-pt two twisters of Mercy, his priest and Jude Matt K'Doherty, he had no Sunday visitors. having expressed the desire to see no others. He pent the day. except for his prayers In playing checkers. lie roe very early, as usual, said Jiis prayers before and after a hear ty breakfast, and then waited for iis few visitors. At his request, Juiljte Matt O'Doherty visited him for half an hour In the morning. Thereafter came the priest and tho Sisters of Mercy, who spoke to him word of spiritual cheer and left Jiim feeling even mor...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

thcrsday, jan. a, iws. PAGE SF.VF2C 1 ALBUQUEKQDE EVENING CITIZEN'. (XXXXXXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXa TUP TUPATPP txxxxxxxxxxxrx "ANTHONY AND CIJXHWTH.V" In the performance of Antony and Cleopatra, which comes to the Elks' opera house on Tuesday, Jan. 7, are a number of people whose names stand for recognized merit. Mr. Hanford, of course, l looked to for a (treat Impersonation of Marc An tony, a role which he has studied In all its phases, and in whose exposi tion he is by many people accounted without a peer. Preparations for the scenic display which this marvelous drama so abundantly Invites have been made on a magnificent scale. After a pictorial preface, as novel In Idea as It Is beautiful In execution, the curtain rises on a scene showing the portico of Cleopatra's palace with the river Nile In the distance. As the curtain rises on new events In the action of the tragedy, new revela tions of architecture and landscape, both Roman and Egyptian, are placed before the eye. Yet the spec t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 2 January 1908

THtllsn.W, JAN. S, 10S. f PACK ETGTTT. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. XJl4Y, EST RAILROAD AYE.T Improve your standing During the new year by wearing our shoes. Put your ioot in them. You will find them as comfortable as old shoes, and yet they always look like new ones because they hold their shape. The reason: They are trim, snug, symmetrical fitters; conform to the foot as a glove does to the hand. If you doubt our word, try them and be convinced. MKX'S IMIKSH SIIOKS 2.S0 to $5.00 UFA'S HP-WY SIIOKS 1-S3 to 3.50 MFA'S HIGH 1XI SIIOKS 3.50 to 5.00 WOMEN'S OIIKSS SIIOKS 2 50 to 5.00 MO.MHN'S WAI.KINtJ SIIOKS 1.75 to 3.50 WOMKV8 Nlill'PKUS ... 1.25 to 3.60 MIOKS FOP. HOYS AMI GIUUS 1.00 to 2.75 PEKSONAL l'AKA U R A PUN X3rxaXOOCOOOOO MISS LUTZ 206 South Saeoaa oncxxxxxxxxxyaaacxxxxxxxxxxxxx REDUCTION IN PROPORTION OF SI2 cut to $5 ON ALL PATTERN HATS STHE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Ltt&roonds, Watciiea, Jewelry, Cut Clnm. Clocks, Silverware. Invite your tnule and guarantee A Sq...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

. 1 :-Y TRAIN ARRIVALS A No." i;. 43 p. m.' No 4 5. 50 p. m. No. 7 10.4S p. m. No. 87.40 p. m. No. 9 1 1.45 p.m. BUQUERQUE CITIZEN WEATHER FORfcCAST aVaaMBsssasBh Pen ver.Colo.. Jai 3. Tonight rail or snow; Saturday clearing. "WE GET THE NEWS FIRST ALBUOUEHQUE. NEW MEXICO, Fill DAY EVENING, JANUARY 3. 190t. VOLUME itt. NUMHER 3 JAPANESE FLEE! IS TWO APS NIGHT RIDERS DYNAMITE PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT GIVES BIGGEST NEW YEAR RECEPTION FORCE A BRUTAL HANGING FROM CARRY ARMS AT AND BURN TRUST POOR SCAFFOLD AND rler W1-" ; 1 ' TIWITIT if-''" J4PvAfcfr-tr "m". VI rhl THOUSAND J ATTEMPT TO showdown OHIO BLUNDERS r Paris Paper Publishes Alarm ing Story to the Effect That Japan Is Preparing for Approaching Trouble. SAYS MIKADO'S SHIPS ARE FULLY SUPPLIED FOR WAR r Alleges It Has Good Authority for Statements-American Fleet Not Mentioned but Obvious Con clusions Drawn From Story. Paris', Jan. 3. A loading journal of this citv under the heading In b'g type of "Where is Japan's Fleet" publishes an ala...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

I IMIUY, J AM ART " 8, 11. 1 rwo. ALBUQUERQUE , EVENING OITEE37. 1 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT 1 1 TRAINMEN DEFER CHEUNG OF STRIKE The Demand for a Wage Scale Equal to Western Roads Is Delayed. tThe executive committee of the Order of Kailway Trainmen and the Order of Hallway Conductors have decided to hold In abeyance the sanc tion of the members of the two orga nisation on sixty-five eastern roads to caJl a strike unless the roads they worked for met their demand. The stringency In the money market and the retrenchment of business of all kinds Is given as the reason for the delay of the making of the demands. The vote of the men asked that the aame rate of wages and the work ing conditions adopted for the west ern lines a year ago be put In effect n the eastern lines, but because of the financial flurry and the condition of the freight tralflc the committee deemed it unwise to carry on nego tatlons with tiie general managers of the railroads at this time. The fol lowing statement was Is...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

ram AY, JAJiCARY S, 1907. ii i i ulm I i Sa -gg I, PAO THUMB. WAS A DEFENDER BOERS STIRRING IV OF THE JAMES Knew the Notorious Quantrell and Talked Freely of Exploits. . Have Greenwood, a member of the railed Quantrell gang, and one of its very few survivors, died Tuesday artcrnoon in me rear of .Monroe and J-ourth street, says the Phoenix He publican, lie had been ill for many years, a sufferer from asthma and liver trouble. It was the former all mer.t that brought him to the Sail river valley nearly fourteen year ago. lie was slx;y-six years of age, and a native of western Missouri. J hough he was not an officer in the guerilla organizat'on. he was one of lis foremost members, enjoyed the friendship of Its chief and was the confidential friend of Jesse and frank J-amoj, through their long mgnt after their war against socie ty, tie served Tor a time under Gen eral Sterling Price in the war of the rebellion, was an Intimate friend of enerai joe m-ipy, and was a rela tive by marriage...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

lltlPAY. JAMAHY' 3. 1907. 1 MSMMnmnounRMr: THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There are about as man? conceptions as to what constitutes a "good 1 PUliLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY time" as there are Individuals, but there Is one place In New Mexico, not very far from Albuquerque, where 99 out of every 100 people find what they F. H. STRONG FURNITURE STRONG BLOCK By the Citizen Publishing Company o! Albuquerque, New Mexico. are looking for. That place la the Valley Ranch, at Pecos, New Mexico. Fresh country produce In abundance, horses to ride or drive, dogs, guns, traps, tackle, all at your disposal. The finest hunting and Ashing In the territory. You can live In a house, a cabin or a tent, and come and ALBUQUERQUE- EVENING CITIZEN. r . W. S. STRICKLER WILLIAM F. BROGAN PRESIDENT MANAGING EDITOR go as you please. You'll find plenty of company there, agreeable and refined. It you are sociably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal for re cuperating, reading...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

ALBUQTJEBQUE EVENING CITIZKJL nun.w. jAXfAiiv s, i"7. PAGK iFTVak SHEEP SANITARY BOARD SAYS STEEL IRUSSESIPOLICE Panic? But no one need suffer as long as he can get Our Famous Bread and Cakes NONE BETTER ER BOBS UP IN ARE THE ONLY t 4 E 10 KEEP BUSY A Happy and Prosperous New Year Has Traveled 8.150 Miles Wants Automobile Route Fiom Atlantic to Pacific. Business of Last Year Will be Closed and WorK for Pres ent Year Outlined. El Paso Man Says Convention There Hasn't Been a Bobbery In Albuquerque This Year Courts Lonely Places. Should Have Unbroken Floor Space. FRENCH BAKERY 212 E. Central, Phone 597 i XXXXXIOCXXXXXXXXJCXXXJOCXXXXJ New Year's Dinner Top Notch ol the Year 35 CENTS Columbus Hotel boc)C)OOOajocoaxxxxxxaxxxxxj txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxw HENRY'S Cleaning and Pressing Works .The most up-to-date cleaning and pressing parlors in the city. J. A. Gardner, Prop, loo-u West Silver Ave. Board and Room $16.00 Per Month and Up or by the Week, Day or Meal. MRS.M.E.NORRIS 110 East Co...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

2LLBTJQUEItQTJE EVENBTO UlTlMJff. ntTTAT. JAXIA1IV S. IM7. NEWS PRINT IS STILL GOING IIP ScarcItyCof Timber May Put Prohibitive Price on Paper. I'mler the heading. "Wood for Pa per Ccmts Twenty-six Millions The J'tihlisher I'H.vs Much .More fur His Kinek Than He iii Last Year," the forest service of the department of BKiieulture hit issneil a circular giv inir the following facts: "Today there is general complaint amonfi publishers that printing paper Is con.Htamly growing dearer. In the middle west many pnpers are raiding their subscription price 50 per cent In order to pay for the paper. From the time when Gutenberg first used movable type, made of wood, to ,he present dy of metropolitan paper. Dome of which consume the product of acres of spruce in a single edition, printing Jihji in very large degree de pended upon the forest. SSIiortnjre of TIiiiIht. "In the face of a. threatened short age of timiber. the aniount of wood consumed each year for pulp has in creased since 1S from ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

FRIDAY, JANUARY . 1W)7. ALBUQUEKQDE EVENING CmZEK. PAGE EVE3f. 1 THAW TO RELY Oil INSANITY PLEA Mrs. Thaw Going to New York to Confer With Son's Counsel. New Tork, Jan. 3. Mrs. William Thaw, mother of Harry K. Thaw, is expected here today or tomorrow to confer with her son's counsel prior to his second trlai for the murder of Mtanford White, which will begin on Monday. Mrs. Thaw ihas been In poor health this winter, the ordeal of the first trial last spring having told aeverely upon her strength. While It is naid to be doubtful if Mrs. Thaw will be able to attend throughout the coming trial, she is anxious to be with her son at least during its open ing hours. Mrs. Thaw' visit to her son's at torneys will be for the purpose of acquainting herself with the final .preparations that have been made for the defense. A. Hussell Peabody. who lias been gathering the witness es, has eent out subpoenas for sever al who did not appear at the first trial. New witnesses, it la said, will be prep...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 3 January 1908

min.w, jaxiahy , io7. T FACE FIGHT. SPECIAL OFFER ; i ,-.t .-- j ' "-v .vw v v ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. Hi)) x 5 Improve your standing During the new year by wearing our shoes. Put your loot in them. You will find them as comfortable as old shoes, and yet they always look like new ones because they hold their shape. The reason: They are trim, snug, symmetrical fitters; conform to the foot as a glove does to the hand. If you doubt our word, try them and be convinced. MKVS IHK!sS SIIOKS to $5.00 MKA'S I1RWV SIIOKS f. 1.85 to 3.50 MKVS I1IUII TOP SHOKS 3.60 to 5.00 WOMEN'S IMIKSS SIIOKS 2.50 to 5.00 VOMRN'S WAI.KIMJ SIIOKS '. 1"5 to 3.50 H'KV' SI.IIM'lltS 125 to 3.50 SIKkKS IX)ll 1U)VS AM) lilllliS 100 to 2.75 rvTronrYTrvvy-rx-)OOOOOOOOOOC)C OOOOOOOOOOOOOC)OOOOC)OC)OOOOa. REDUCTION IN PROPORTION OF $12 cut to $5 ON ALL PATTERN HATS MISS LUTZ 208 South Sc0no mini THE DIAMOND PALACE Railroad Avenue Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry. Cut Clans, Clocks, Silverware. We ' Invite your trade and ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 4 January 1908

ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN TRAIN ARRIVALS No. I 7.4S p. m. No 4 5. 50 p. m. No. 7 10.45 P- m WEATHER FORECAST Penver. Colo., Jai 4. Fair tonight and Sunday. WB GET THE NEWS FIRST VOLUME ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. SATURDAY EVENING. JANUARY 4. 190S. NUMUEIt 4 Hi 6 40 p. m. I a PETTIBONE NOT liii.iJYPS GUARD CARS OF STEUNENBERG il Jury Returned Verdict Free ing Union Official Who Has Waited Two Years For Trial. PRESIDENT IYER Will BE RELEASED FROM BAIL Indictment Against Slmpklns Al lowed to Stand- News Received at Headquarters In Denver Did Not Occasion Demonstration. Boise. Idaho, Jan. 4. "The ver dict of the Jury is that George A. Pettlbone is not guilty of complicucy in the murder of Governor Frank. A. Jtf linen berg." This was the brief announcement ol the jury foreman at 11:15 o'clock this morning and it net at liberty, a man who will probably not live many days to enjoy his freedom. The jury deliberated for fourteen hours before deciding upon a verdict. An agreement was finally reached t...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 4 January 1908

fcATlHOVY. JAM'AHV 4, 1908. 1 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT .aa-a s a. npn!cllnr runs lowly into tlie round- ! SAY, MARY C TO LIVE WITH THE HEAD HUNTERS? FOR LIKE RACERS An Army of Begrimed Stable Hands Keep. Them Groomed. The busy little engine you may see my day In the week punning and nulling string of cars around In the railroad yards in the city, or the lnt iron monster which hauls the "flyers" across the country at a speed nfian PT.-ppil I Ti ir a mile a minute, are tr.ire carefully groomed or their riuJiv work ihn mv race horse run ning nn inv trac-k in the country m-lth the exception of the great thoroughbred, says the Topeka State Jtmirnn I Any railroad man will bear out the assertion that roundhouse and shops f ih milnmdx can be compared with the great training stables of the k-n Heltnonts. Whltneys and otn ra whose names have gore down Into turf history, and the resemblance will be found to be striking. The thoroughbred racer has army of ' .endants, rubbers rlna- ,rgeons an and v...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 4 January 1908

ftATtnnAV, JAxr.tnv . iob. AMJUQtrBRQTTE EVEHTNO U1T1ZKW UNCLE SI AND H MAN CAN'TAGREE Magnate Changes His Mind About Divorcing the Southern Pacific. Washington, D. t'., Jan. 4. It Is row generally conceded that all ne gotiations looking to a peaceful te. tlenient between the government and J-;. H. Harrlman have been broken off. Mr. Harrlman at firs; expressed willingness to divorce the Union Pa cific and Southern Pacific railroads, both of which are under his control. Later on he seems to have come to the conclusion that he could defy the government once more, and the negotiations have been dropped. Within a fe- days, unless some word Is received from Mr. Harrlman, the attorney general will announce the Intention of the deimrtment of Justice to Hie a suit to compel the dissolution of the close relations now existing between the Union Pacific and Southern Pacific. It may be two or three weeks before the suit ac tually Is brought, owing, to the ab sence In Kurope at the present time ...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: New Mexico, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Albuquerque citizen. — 4 January 1908

S. 1 ALBUQUERQUE EVENING UlTlZEBi. Mll!U.V. JANI'AHV 4, 144. 1 BA4J It LOOKING FOR A GOOD TIME? There lira shout as man conceptions as to what constitutes a "good THE ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN PUBLISHED DAILY AND WEEKLY By the Citizen Publishing Company of Albuquerque, New Mexico. time" as there are individuals, but there Is one place In New Mexico, not very far from Albuquerque, where 99 out of every 100 people find what they F. H. S are looking for. That place Is the Valley Ranch, at recos, iew Mexico. Fresh country produce In abundance, horses to ride or anve,- auj', uns. traps, tackle, all at your disposal. The finest hunting and fishing In the territory. You can live In a house, a cabin or a tent, ana come nu go as you please. FURMITUR STRONG BLOCK W. S. STRICKLER PRESIDENT WILLIAM F. BROGAN MANAGING EDITOR Tou'll find plenty of company there, agreeable and rennea, tr you are oclably Inclined, a favorite resort for ladles. Conditions Ideal for re cuperating, rending, hunting or lonfi...

Publication Title: Albuquerque Citizen
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