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THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
400 LOTS - - 50 x "J 42 FEET
$100, $150, $200 PER LOT
$10 DOWN $1 PER WEEK
SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. AT, W. Flournoy, Sec. , D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
27 imOtS Sold! LQSt Ifflonth. With every deed we give an abstract, showing an absolutely perfect title N
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PREPARE FOR WAR IN TIME OF
It It 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.
SECRETARY TAFT'S PARTY GREETED AT HONOLULU
NEW ROAD TO
Of Northern New Mexico
Will be Pushed to
& Rio Grande railroad company vs.
the Arizona & Colorado railroad com
pany to condemn certain landa on the
right of way of the former company,
and secured by the latter company for
Its right of way.
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SANTA FE FINISHES SURVEY
FROM GULF TO PACIFIC.
CHIEF ENGINEER NOW ON GROUND
Special to The Citizen.
Raton, N. M., Aug. 3. J. H. Thomp
son, of Plainfield, N. J., vice president
and chief engineer of the recently In
corporated St. Louis, Rocky Moun
tain & Pacific Railway company, has
been in Raton for the past eight days
making plans and specifications for
the work and making other detailed
arrangements for pushing operations
upon the new road at the earliest pos
O. H. B. Turner, of St. Louis, civil
engineer In charge of the work of
surveying the route over which the
road is to enter the coal fields of
northeastern New Mexico, has a
corps of men at work between Fol
soin and Des Moines, N. M., and is
pushing northward as rapidly as con
ditions will permit. The work of
grading will be begun by a large
force of men about January 1, at boiu
Folsom and Cimarron.
It is now believed that the road will
be ready for actual operation by the
latter part of the year 1906 at the
latest, and should no seiloua obstacles
arise, the equipment of the road may
be complete within a year from this
The St. Louis, Rocky Mountain &
Pacific will penetrate one of the rich
est portions of New Mexico, and will
prove the prime developer of what is
believed to be one of the greatest coal
fields west of Pennsylvania. An
abundance of capital Is back of the
project, and the manner in which Its
promoters are entering upon the
work augurs well for the future of
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ROCK ISLAND TO MAKE HER-
INGTON OPERATING CENTER.
It is generally understood In rail
road circles that the Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific railway has prac
tically decided to move two Import
ant railway offices from Topeka, to
Herlngton, Kan., making Hertngton
the operating headquarters Instead of
Topeka This will move W. F. Van
Flank, engineer of maintenance of
way, and his complete office force.
Why the change Is made Is not known,
unless It Is thought by H. U. Mudge,
vice president, that Herlngton is the
logical headquarters of the operating
department of the Kansas divi. Sw.
It is also announced semiofficially
that upon the return from Europe of
Hiram S. Cable, now general super
intendent of the northern district of
the Rock Island, he will be made gen
eral superintendent of the central dis
trict with headquarters at Daveniort,
Iowa, and C. H. Hubbell, recently ap
pointed general superintendent of
the central district, will le made gen
eral superintedent of the northern
district, with headquarters at Cedar
MANDAMUSED TO MAKE
LEVY FOR OLD BONDS.
Judge John R. McFie, of Santa Fe.
has issued a temporary mandamus
againat the board of county commis
sioners of Santa Fe county, directing
them to levy a tax to pay the Inter
est and principal on railroad bonds Is
sued by the county in lhS2. and uion
which It has defaulted. Although the
assessed valuation of the county Is
less than $2,otio,ntn, its indebtedness
is l,(Kitt,oiii, and default has been
made for some years in the Interest
payments on the bonds Issued to aid
the Santa Fe system and the Denver
& Rio Grande railroad to enter Santa
Fe, and principally held In. New York.
RIO GRANDE 8TARTS
In the district court before Judge
McFie at Santa Fe the hearing was
commenced in the case of the Denver
It is definitely announced that the
Santa Fe has decided on the route of
Its proposed trunk line from Galves
ton to the Pacific coast, says a dis
patch from Las Vegas. F. M. Jones, of
Las Vegas, has completed the survey
of the proposed line, and the route
will be from Weatherford, Texas,
which is already connected with Gal
veston, to Texico, across 250 miles of
level country, and thence by the Belen
cut-off, now building to Belen, and
over the El Paso line to Sliver City,
to meet the connection of the Santa
Fe, Prescott & Phoenix, now being
pushed east. The project of build
ing a line from the Pecos Valley
lines to Rlncon has been abandoned.
It Is learned from a Tellable source
at Topeka that C. W. Jones, division
superintendent of the Rock Island, lo
cated in Topeka, will be transferred
to Des Moines at once. His place will
be filled by J. B. Smalley of Des
H. U. MUDGE'S SPECIAL HAS
NARROW ESCAPE FROM WRECK.
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This is the scene atj the docks when the steamship Manchuria landed. The crowd was not allowed to enter
the dock proper, and turned away in disgust at the arrangement, but lined up outside to see the party of official
pilgrims to the far east drive from the dock to the hotel.
The special train bearing H. U.
Mudge, vice president of the Chicago,
Rock Island & Pacific railway, and
other officials of the road, narrowly
escaped going Into a ditch Tuesday
night a few miles west of LJmou, Colo.
Mr. Mudge's special was about thirty
minutes ahead of the regular passen
ger train, which was due to leave Col
orado Springs at 2:30 o'clock In the
afternoon. Heavy rains had fallen
all over Colorado during the day,
making the track soft in places. Thir-,1
ty miles west of Union there was an
unusually soft place in the track. The
special passed over safely, but the
passenger train following, left the
track, every car and the engine be
ing derailed. No one was Injured.
SANTA FE TRAINS ARE
DELAYED BY WASHOUTS.
As a result of the heavy rains In the
southeastern portion of Colorado the
past few days, the Santa Fe tracks at
day night and traffic delayed sixteen'
hours. However, a large section gang !
was put to work on the damaged track
and it has now been repaired. To-
day '8 No. 2 from the west, was held up
by a bad washout in Arizona and will j
not' arrive until this evening.
GASOLINE STOVES ALLOWED
IN RAILWAY CABOOSES,
Missouri, Kansas & Texas train
men can now have hot coffee and eggs
to order, prepared on gasoline stoves
In their cabooses, the insurance com
pany" having rescinded their order pro
hibiting the use of gasoline burners
on the trains on the ground that they
engendered too much danyer.
Section hands and others, employed
in the maintenance department of the
Denver & Rio Grande railroad have
been ordered to go on strike. The
ultimatum, which was issued to the
public, but not sent diiect to the otti
ciais of the road, was promulgated by (
John T. Wilson, president of the In
ternational Brotherhood of Main
tenance of Way Employes. Accord
ing to General Manager A. C. Ridg
way, of the Rio Grande, only a few
of the men will quit. The union lead
ers say that trom 9u to 2.D'J'J men
will lay down their tools.
Engineer F. B. Hanson, who was re
ported in the Optic Saturday as hav
ing turned on the emergency air
brakes when George Moye was in
jured at Glorleta, says that Injustice
was done him by the report. It is a
fact that tue air entered the emer
gency apparatus, but this was owing
to some defect, and the engineer had
nothing to do with it. Mr. Moye's in
juries are, happily, very slight. I
Traveling Freight Agent V. H.
Bartle, of the Indiana, Illinois & Iowa
railway, with headquarters In Chi
cago, has been spending several
months In Albuquerque for the ben-'
eSt of his health. He will be Joined
tonight by his faJiiily and all will pro
ceed to California for a short outing.
after which Mr. Bartle will return to
his duties in Chicago. He has been
greatly improved by his stay In this
Antonio S. Chaves, of 304 Cromwell
avenue, in this city, has received let
ters from eastern relatives of Eduardo
L. Ochoa, formerly of this city, in
quiring about the truth or reports that
he had been killed in this territory.
He war foimerly a machinist in Albu
querque, and left here over a year
ago. Since that time his relatives in
Arkansas have been unable to dis
cover his whereabouts.
The new Santa Fe railroad depot
at Trinidad, which replaced the one
destroyed by a flood three years ago,
was turned over to the company
on Monday. It is said to be the finest
example of the Spanish mission de
pot on the Santa Fe system.
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Superintendent Byron Harvey, of
the dining car department of the
Harvey system, with headquarters at
Kansas City, passed through the city
last night, accompanied by his fam
ily, en route to Los Aneeles to snend
the remainder of the Bummer.
Traveling Freight Agent C. W.
Cook, of the Santa Fe, with headquar
ters at this point, returned last night
horn a trip to Las Vegas.
CRESCENT LIMBER CO
SECURES GRABE'S MILL AND
WILL CARRY BIG STOCK OF,
The Crescent Lumber company,
with headquarters at Albuquerque, N.
M., was this week incorporated un
der the New Mexico laws, with a
large capital stock. As the corpora
tion's name Implies, its principal busi
ness will le the handling and sale
of lumber in the territory. The newly
organized company is backed by large
capital and Intends forming a number
of branch houses throughout the terrl-'
tory, which will have the effect of
making It the largest lumber concern
in the two territories. Yesterday I.
A. Dye, proprietor of the Rio Grande
Lumber company, with mills and head
office at Albuquerque, and which has
been absorded by the new company,
was here for the purpose of closing a
deal with O. J. Salle, lessee of the
Grabe planing mill and plant of this
city. Mr. Dye's mission was success
ful, and, acting for the Crescent com
pany, he acquired for said company
the Salle lease, which the new com
pany assumes today, the inventory be
ing taken yesterday during the stay
of Mr. Dye.
Mr. Salle returned yesterday from
Demlng, where he had gone to confer
with interested parties relative to the
pending deal. It is stipulated in the
deal that Mr. Salle shall be the local
manager here for the Cnwcent com
pany. Similar plants In the territory
will le acquired by the new company
and in the larger towns, where none
exist, new plants, or branches of the
company's main plant, which will be
at Albuquerque, will le started. Sil
ver City Independent.
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SUIT AGAINST THE
The Roswell National bank of Ros
well, N. M., has brought suit against
the Taylor-Moore Construction com
pany. The contractors, who failed on
the Hondo reservoir government con
tract, in which It lays claim to a por
tion of $22,000, which is In the hands
of the secretary of the United States
treasury and Is due the company. This
bank loaned the company money to
keep up the work on the reservoir.
Turkish Nongate Is fine after a
dish of Ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and ic
ROMANCE IN GERMANY
ENDS IN LAS VEGAS
MIbs Dorothy Marguerite Weise,
who came all the way from Germany
to wed, was married at Las Vegas
Monday . to Charles John Cannon, a
young English menchant, who recent
ly came to Watrous and who met his
bride while traveling In Germany.
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Colorado 8prlngs and return, $28.15.
Pueblo and return, $20.15.
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