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MONDAY, JULY SI, 1905.
ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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in Albuquerque Real Estate, together with the sure and certain enhancement in values
. will amount to a nice snug sum within the period of several years.
....RflANY A RICH MAN GOT HIS START THIS WAY...,
We are now selling choice bO-toot residence lots in the Eastern Addition Highlands, at from $lOO to $200 I
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jjur lut on me installment plan.
(jHO.QO Down, Balance in Payments of One Dollar per Week
SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. . Greer, Pres.
Solomon Luna, V-Pres.
Af, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
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PREPARE FOR WAR IN TIME OF
It Is pretty hot yet, and you may
be satisfied to cook on a gas range
or gasoline stove, but it will soon get
cold, and you will begin to think
about a large range, something that
will keep the kitchen comfortable and
heat the water for the bath room,
and keep the dinner warm if the old
man - happens to come In late. We
have them from $30 to $70, In all the
leading makes the Birn, Peninsular,
Superior and Surprise. We also have
a complete line of heaters none too
early to buy them. "Get the habit."
J. D. EMMONS,
Successor to W. V. Futrelle.
Corner Coal Ave. and Second St.
Auditor H. McCreary, of the Harvey
system, was looking after official busi
ness In the city today.
Agent H. S. Lutz, of the Santa Fe
at this point, returned last night from
Santa Fe, where he spent Sunday with
Superintendent Charles Russell, ot
the New Mexico division of the Santa
Fe, was In the city yesterday from
Las Vegas. He returned home last
Superintendent J. T. Jacobson, of
the bridge and building department of
the Santa Fe coast lines, was in the
city today on business connected with
A. R. Traphagen, of the advertising
department of the coast lines of the
Santa Fe, with Los Angeles as bis
headquarters, passed through the city
this morning for Chicago.
Chief Electrician H. Farrell, at the
local Santa Fe shops, has returned to
the city from Wlnslow, where he went
several days ago to Inspect the elect
rical eqlpment in the shops at that
Col. R. E. Twltchell, assistant coun
sel for the Santa Fe In New Mexico,
who spent Saturday and Sunday In the
city In attendance upon the ball
games, was a passenger for Las Ve
gas this morning on No. 2.
m m m
R. W. Hoyt. traveling auditor of '.he
Santa Fe, with headquarters lu Las
Vegas, arrived In Santa Fe Saturday
and checked in L. C. Loacum as agent
of that road In that city, vice H. S.
Lutz, promoted to Albuquerque.
General Superintendent I. L. Hlb
bard, of the Santa Fe coast lines, ar
rived In the city this morning in his
private car No. 10. ' Mr. Hlbbard is
here on one of his regular inspection
trips. His son, Hudson, accompanied
him to this city.
H J. Fouts, agent for the Santa Fe
at Los Lunas, has been promoted to
the position of chief clerk to the pas
senger agent at El Paso. Fouts was
In the city yesterday and left last
night for El Paso where today he en
tered upon his new duties.
The Optic says: Guy, Gatchel .cash
ier at the local Wells" Fargo express
office, has been transferred to the Al
buquerque office in the same capacity
a recognition of merit, competency
and strict attention to duty that he is
no prouder of than his family and
friends are. Henry Bergmann, driver
of the express wagon, will now be
come clerk In the office.
Yesterday morning attached1 to No.
2 were two private cars containing the
stockholders of the North American
Exploitation company. The party con
sisted of forty-one stockholders and
was in charge of Frank T. Day, of the
Western Trust & Guaranty company
of Chicasro. The party had been on a
visit to the company's mines In Ari
zona and was on its way to Chicago.
J. P. Graham, the well known bag
gage agent at the Santa Fe station
in this city, who has been at the com
pany hospital in Toeka for several
months, recovering from the effects
of a serious operation, has returned
some and Is again attending to his
duties. His many friends will be
pU-ased to learn that he bas almost
entirely recovered from the effects of
the operation, which was in every way
WILL INSTALL PIANOS
ON FAST TRAINS
According to a high railway official,
it Is quite probable that in the near
future the limited trains on the trans
continental roads will have as a part
of their equipment pianos for the use
of the passengers. This will be quite
unique and will mean that passengers
on the faist trains can have as much
enjoyment as though they were in
their own parlors at home. All that re
mains is for one road to start the ball
to rolling and the others will be quick
to" follow. Passengers now have any
thing they could want. Nowadays one
can take a bath on the train, get
shaved, send and receive wireless
Charles A. Spless, attorney for the
Phelps-Dodge people, returned to Las
Vegas from a trip to Santa Fe and El
Paso. He is understood to be of the
unanimous opinion that Torrance
would seem to be the most logical and
natural southern terminus of the pro
posed new railway through Las Vegas
from the Dawson coal fields to a con
nection with the Rock Island, but he
steadfastly refuses to express himself
In the matter.
The Las Cruces Republican says: L.
K. Edwards, the efficient agent of the
Santa Fe company at this point, has
been compelled to resign bis position
on account of ill health and has gone
to the company hospital at Topeka
Mr. Edwards, during his Incumbency
of the office, bas made many friends
for himself and the company, who re
gret exceedingly the misfortune which
has befallen him, and hope for his
NEW TERMINAL STATION
PLANNED FOR CHICAGO
A new terminal station in Chicago
to cost from $1,500,000 to $2,000,000
and to cover the land extending from
Clark street on the west to State
street on the east, and from Polk
street south to Taylor, is to le con
structed by 4he Chicago & Western
Indiana railroad, acting with other
roads, says a Chicago dispatch.
Negotiations for the purchase of the
land fronting In Clark street, Ply
mouth and Custom House courts,
which have been going on for nearly
two years, are about concluded.
Five railroads are interested in the
new terminal station. They are the
Wabash, Santa Fe, Erie, Grand Trunk
and the Monon. The Wabash is said
to be the moving figure, although it is
made to appear that it is the Chicago
& Western Indiana that is purchasing
RAILROADS HASTEN TO SETTLE
CATTLE TRANSPORTATION CASES
Western railroads are hastening to
settle the 1,200 cases brought by the
department against thera for violating
the twenty-eight hour cattle transpor
tation law. More than 2O0 of these
cases have been compromised and set
tled at the basis of $1,200 fine In each
Tb.e law requires that cattle In
transportation shall be taken from the
cars, watered and fed, and rested five
hours, after every twenty-eight hours
on the road. Roads which already
have compromised large numbers of
the cases against them are the Mis
souri Pacific, the St. IxuU, Iron
Mountain & Southern, the St. Louis,
& San Francisco, and the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific.
AN ITINERANT WRITER
1 DOES SALT LAKE j
AND NO DOUBT PENNED HIS:
THOUGHTS KNOWINGLY ON
THE MORMON SUBJECT.
Concessions and privileges on fair
grounds and on the streets in the city
of Alliuquerque, during the twenty
fifth territorial fair, to be held at Al
buquerque, N. M., September 18, 19,
20, 21, 22, and 23, 1905:
Peanuts and popcorn, bar, spar Jew
elry, novelties, score cards and pro
grams, candy, soft drinks, cushions,
sandwiches and lunches, canes, novel
ties, merry-go-round, burnt leather
goods, cane rack, whip rack, button
emblems, shooting gallery, doll rack,
pool selling, knife rack, sovenlr
badges. Jewelry spindle, etc.
Bids to be opened at 12 o'clock,
noon, August 25, the association re
serving the right to reject such bids
as they desire. Address, D. K. B.
Sellers, Secretary, Albuquerque, N. M.
Subscribe for The Citiien and $et
Salt Lake City, July 24. I saw Salt
. Lake City by trolley today for fifty
, cents, and was much Impressed with
jthe Weeds which grew In between the
i street car tracks, the many unkept
I varHa a n ft tha nnrrilnt croot Incra ft f
the natives in their quest of the
filthy lucre. The Mormons, though.
must be complimented for the pains
tney take to show tne inquisitive
tourist their beautiful temple, their
spacious tabernacle and the pictur
esque grounds which surround these
buildings. A guide gives the history
of every building and the church. The
temple, built of granite, from moun
tains twenty miles away, was forty
years In course of erection, and cost
$4.ono,0oo. The Mormon church has
a membership or 400,000. half of which
lesides in the state of Utah.
The Mormons claim half the popu
lation of Salt Lake City, which has
about 40,000 people, but do not rui
in the public schools.
It Is Interesting to note, however.
the connection of the name of Brig
ham Voting with most every promi
nent enterprise of the city.
The guide, in taking one over the
city, points out with pride, the homes
of the different wives of the late
polygamist, where he lived and where
Since polygamy was given a black
eye by being forbidden by the supreme
court, which ruled that it was uncon
stitutional, President Smith, of the
Mormon church, has also forbidden
Brigbam Young had seventeen
wives and fifty-four children, and the
descendants of the great Mormon
leader point proudly at their birth.
Children seem to be a staple crop
In Utah, but pretty women are scarce.
Your correspondent visited the lead
ing parks and watering places, bor
dering on Sa.lt Lake City, but none
were equal to any of the many south
ern California resorts. It was 100 la
the shade in Salt Lake City on Sun
day. The cheapness and inexhaustible
supply of water Is Salt Lake City's
one redeeming feature. Mountain
water flows through the main streets
of the city night and day.
For Over Sixty Years.
An old and well tried remedy Mr.
Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup has been
used for over sixty years by millions of
mothers for their children while teeth
ing, with perfect success. It soothes
the child, softens the gums, allays all
pain, cures wind chollc, and Is the best
remedy for diarrhoea. Is pleasant to
the taste. Sold by druggists In every
part of the world. Twnty-flve cents a
bottle. Its value Is Incalculable. Be
sure and ask for Mrs. Wlnslow's Sooth
lug Syrup, end take no other kind.
Its Influence Has Been Felt by so
Many Albuquerque Readers.
The soothing Influence of relief
After suffering from Itching Piles,
From eczema or any Itchiness of
Makes one feel grateful to the rem
Doan'a Ointment has soothed hun
dreds. Here's what one Albuquerque cit
J. H. Cross, of S23 South First
street, employed in the Santa Fe
shops, in the mill department, says:
"Exposure and sitting on damp logs
and cold stones while in the moun
tains some three months ago brought
on itching hemorrhoids. More com
monly they are called piles. While
not severe or serious they were very
annoying and I put off doing anything
to get relief until compelled to. One
evening I stopped into the Alvarado
Pharmacy and asked Mr. Brlggs for
something to bring relief. I finally de
cided on Doan's Ointment. The first
application practically cured me. I
have great confidence In this remedy
for what it did for me. I never used
asythlng which was so soothing and
healing. I recommend it to others
and know they will not be disappoint
ed in the results if they give 'it a
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-MUburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
tako no other. 52
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Far further Information call or address
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On all through train. No tiresome
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For Illustrated advertising matter
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AUTOMATIC PHONE 199.
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the Manufactories, the Smelting In
terests, the Choicest Agricultural
Lands, the Health and Pleasure
places, are all along or reached
most conveniently from the
Many of the best parts of the state
can be reached by no other railway.
Are you Interested in Colorado?
Send three cents In stamps for our
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There is no warm weather beverage that can
compare with this refreshing drink on a warm
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Auto, Phone 292. ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE Colo. Phone W
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Bell 'Phone No. 115
! Funeral Director
and Em bal mer
COMMERCIAL OLUB BUILDING.
City Undertake ERK
Chicago and return, $5250. with final limit of October l or US 75
good for sixty days. ' ""
St. Louis and return. $44.60, with final limit of October tl or $43 80
good for sixty days. '
TICKETS ON SALE DAILY UNTIL 8EPTEMBER 30.
Denver and return, $25.15.
Colorado Springs and return, $22.15
Pueblo and return. $20.16.
Glenwood Springs and return, $$6.16, yia Pueblo, or $41.18 Tia Dearer.
Tickets on Sale Daily Until October 15. Final Limit Oct 31st
II. S. LUTZ, Agent A. T. & S. F. Ry.
QUICKEL & BOTHE Proprtetors.1
AD CLUB ROOMS
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Finest and best imported and domestic Cigars.
Cement Work of All Kinds
208 SOUTH BROADWAY
A Smooth Article.
When you want a pleasant laiatlve
that t eaay to take and certain to set.
use Chamberlains Stomach and Liver
Tablets. For sals by all dealers.
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