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FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1905.
AIJIU5UEHQUK F.VKNINO CITIZEN.
THE EVENING CITIZEN
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VAST COAL BEDS
IN RATON DISTRICT
Largest Holdings Under One
Ownership In United
drift openings at Van Houten. about
ton miles southwest of Raton. The
Van Houten plant dates from 1902,
and the PlossburR rdant from 1903.
The former has electric haulage, the
latter the tailrope system; In hot'fl op
erations the maximum possible use
Is made of gravity.
These lines now served by a branoh
of the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
railway, will have similar ronneetlons
with a new railroad 120 miles In
length, to be oonstrtirted b.v the St.
Ixmls, Rorky Mountain & Faciflc rail
The company's mlneial property
contains 1S4.470 acres of coal land, In
fee simple, and coal Hunts and surface
necessary for mining In 314.300 acres.
The area controlled, about 800 square
miles, Is one-half as large again as
all of the anthracite coal regions of
Pennsylvania and five times as large
as the entire Connollsvllle basin. This
property Is the largest body of coal
land under one ownership In the Unit
The roal lies In horizontal seams,
mostly from 5 to 13 feet thick, nnd Is
mined by audits and entries along the
seams into the mesas or foothills. The
mines are dry and non-gaseous.
Look Out for Sharpers
Also look where you can get Cutlery
that Is and will stay sharp.
We have the exclusive agency for
the world famed T. Hessenbruch &
Co. Cutlery and can therefore sell you
the very sest Cutlery at prices you
pay for the cheap kind. Remember all
these goods are guaranteed.
Pocket knives, such as you pay -a
to 75 cents for, here for 25 to 50 cents.
Razors, a very fine one, at $1.00
A two dollar razor for 1 25
The finest made for 1 75
Scissors, 4 inch 25
Scissors, four and a half inch... 30
Scissors, five Inch 35
Scissors, six Inch 40
Shears, seven and a half Inch.. 35
Shears, eight and a half Inch 45
Very best butcher knives, six
Best razor straps -t 25 and 50
Glr.s; itltcrc, goid quality 10
AT THE CASH BUYERS' UNION
122 North Second Street.
Wm. Dolde, Proprietor.
The I. as Vegas Plues added an
other scalp to their long line 6f vic
tories yesterday by defeating the Santa
Fe Centrals by a score of 11 to 4. Ca
ble and ISrown were In the points for
the Mines and Newmler and Slssler
of the Western league, served for the
Ancients. The Centrals started out
strong but finished weak.
The Santa Fe Centrals will go Into
Sunday's game here with the Mcin
tosh lirowns with a battery from the
Western hiapue. This Is one point in
favor of the prospect for a good game.
The Drowns 'have not been altogether
Idle this week and if practice has any
thing to do with good ball, this Is an
other point in favor of the prospect
for some good sport. If the Browns
lose in cithc r of the approaching
games with the Santa Fe Centrals, as
the result of ranged playing, it may
lie a ease like the "governor" and the
good-for-nothln son, they may be cut
off by the supporters. This is food
The Traction park ball field has
been put In superb condition, thanks
to the good services of the Albuiiier
nue Transfer company. The diamond
'has been skinned and gardens mowed,
nnd the whole field is very fast, but
the Santa Fe p avers will not be han
dicapped by this' fact. The Traction
park field is fast, but it is not down
t " There I- one thing, however, thaj.
this writer has ""l nkon careful COIV
slderatlon of. and that Is the railroad
rates The present rate that base ball
(earns have to pay is almost prohlbl
tlve of the sport. If the Santa Fe
would condescend to place the travel
ing rates of base ball teams to one
cent a mile a league even larger than
the four towns mentioned would be
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS IN
THE MAJOR LEAGUES
At New York R.
New Y'ork 6
At PittBbu:g R-
St. Louis 1
Second Gaine R.
St. Louis 6
At Pueblo- R. H.E.
Sioux City 13 P 1
Pueblo 3 9 4
At Denver R. H. E.
Denver 9 1
St. Joseph 1 6 2
At Des Moines R. H. E.
I' s Moines 3 8 1
Omaha 2 6 4
OUTPUT IS TWO MILLION TONS
The Engineering and Mining Jour
nal has an Illustrated write up of the
coal properties in the Raton district,
Colfax county, acquired from the Max
well Land company by the St. Louis,
Rocky Mountain Ai Pacific railway,
which is building a tailroad from the
eastern boundary of the territory, at
lies Moines. Union county, on the Col
orado & Southern, to Elizabelhtown,
Colfax county. The following is taken
from this article:
The company has In operation two
new and well-equipped coal mining
plants; one with a single drift, open
ing at Blossburg, four or five miles
west of Raton; another with three
Bent Her Double.
"I knew no one for four weeks, when
I wn",fl"k w'in typhoid fever and kid
ney trouble," writes Mrs. Annie Hunter,
of PittMhurg, Pa,, "and when I got bet
ter. althniiKh I hnd one of the best doc
tors I could get, I was bent double, and
hnd to rest my hands on my knees
when I wnlked. From this terrible af
fliction I was rescued by Electrto bit
ters, which restored my health and
strenirth, and now I -n walk a
Btra1i;ht as ever. They are simply won
derful. Guaranteed to 'ure atomncn
liver and kidney disorders; at all drug'
gists. Price &.
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER ARE
THE WORST MONTHS FOR CHICK
EN CHOLERA. INTERNATIONAL
POULTRY FOOD WILL CURE THAT
DISEASE. 25-CENT PACKAGE CON-
TAINS 100 FEEDS FOR 12 FOWLS
PRICE REFUNDED IF IT FAILS. E
W. FEE, 620 SOUTH SECOND ST.
SUN, SEPTEMBER 23.
The El Paso papers of yesterday
herald the breaking of date by the
I. as Vegas lllues with southern
teams, and they do it with n flavor of
sarensm, the News saying "seemingly
the southern trip was abandoned be
cause a much more profitable one was
offered north out of 1-ns Vegas." The
Blues play In Silverton, Co.o., on the
2d, 4ih and 5th.
Four of the Colts have signed with
the Browns and will make the trip
to Albuquerque. The Jacobys, Ahern
and itneinnnrx compos" uii iimuon'-.
With these players the Browns are i
sure to be close at the finish In the
Albuquerque tournament. El Paso
At St. Louis R.
St. Iouis 2
At Chicago R. H.E.
Chicago 2 6 0
Washington 0 1 1
At Detroit R. H.E.
Detroit. '5 12 1
New York 0 5 3
The Raton Reporter advocates a
New Mexico base ball league, includ
ing the towns of Raton, Las Vegas,
Santa Fe and Albuquerque and makes
a strong argument in favor of it. Ap
parently the writer has made a care
ful study of the project, for he says:
"With an average attendance of two
hundred persons per game an eight
hundred dollar salary limit league
could be maintained, with the paid
admissions ranging from twenty-five
to fifty cents per game, as the rail
road connections between these four
named cities are so arranged that tra
veling expenses would be very sninll
In comparison with that of several
other minor leagues which are now
flourishing with the same salary lim-
At Kansas City
Kansas City 2
At St. Paul First Game
St. Paul 6
St. Paul 4
Soothing and Cooling.
The salve that heals without a scar
la De Witt's Witch Hazel Salve. No
remedy effects such speedy relief. It
draws out Inflammation, soothes,
cools and heals all cuts, burns atid
bruises. A sure cure for piles and
Bkin diseases. DeWltt's Is the only
genuine Witch Hazel Salve. Beware
of counterfeits, they are dangerous.
Sold by all druggists.
WHO ARE THE KNIGHTS?
IT'S WOMAN'S GREAT GA
, BY CYNTHIA GREY.
Written Especially for The Citizen: fmp ever swg or renlemi)Prs anything bon around her thtoat to deepen the
To dress well is a great game. about her face except those eyes. I color of her eyes.
The woman who plays the game It's a trick. She dresses up to her The lining of her hat brim Is of a
With skill must master its tricks. .eyes. She wears a band of velvet rib-, color to throw the correct lights into
The woman with the most tricks is
the best dresser. .
She gathers her tricks by watch
ing other women play the game.
There Is a woman who looks like
a fright. The woman wlio is up to
the great game studies her until she
finds out why.
There is a woman who looks like a
queen. The woman who plays the
game with a skillful 'hand studies the
queen until she discovers her tiieks.
Watch, watch, watch! That is how
they learn the game.
They watch their friends, their vis
itors, tTie newcomers to town, and
they watch the photographs In books
and magazines. '
There Is the red faced woman. She
always looks cool and comfortable.
How does Bhe manage It?
Simple enough when you have dis
covered the trick of It. !
She never wears coral beads or
pink ribbons. She never puts onto
herself any color that matches that
hateful red in her face.
There is another with just the faint
est pink In her cheeks. She never
looks pale and washed out. I
It's just a trick. She matches her
ribbons and dresses to that wee bit
of pink, and In that way biings it out
and makeB the most of it. i
Here Is a woman who Is as homely
as a hedge fence. She has a mag-'
nltlcent pair of eyes. In some way
tthe manages her dressing so that no
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her eves. She remembers her star
feature and dresses to bring it out
There is the fluffy white girl. A
fluffy white hat with fluffy furs and
a Huffy belaced dress make a picture
of her. If she wore the hat or furs
with some other gown she would look
She knows the game.
There is the baroness. She knows
that a pale blue velvet band, worn
with a pale blue gown trimmed with
white laces " and ornamented with
pearls, brings out the blue of her eyes
ndils size to her too slender neck, and
gives a daintiness of coloring to her
toilet that would otherwise be lost.
There U the well rounded woman
who dares to wear short sleeves and
the round low cut bodice. She
knows that the point of lace add to
her height, and that the stripe In
the silk helps to carry out the long
The long, lean woman looks longing
ly at this evening toilet, but, if she
has studied her game, and Is master
of a few tricks, she turns away and
wears transparent yokes and sleeves
that fall below the ellxiws.
The. woman who wins the prize In
this great game of dress Is not the
woman with the most money, but the
woman who knows the most tricks
and uses them. The woman who
watches other women and finds them
out to her own advantage.
The woman who dresses always In
good taste never puts on "Just any
thing." Eveiy collar is made and
worn fir a special reason; the color of
every pin head counts.
A Full Set of Teeth
for 22-Karat Gold Crown
and Upward tor Fillings
AUTO 'PHONE 451
All Work Absolutely Guaranteed
Dr. Wolfe, of Kansaa City, will be
in assistance. An additional Chair
will be added to the office.
ROOM 12 N. T. ARMIJO BUILD1NO
THE BIG TERRITORIAL
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, SEPTEMBER 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 1905
Watch for the Volcano
Eruption in the
Monday Night. September 18
A FEW OF THE MANY OTHER ATTRACTIONS
Grand Stock Show
Weird Indian Dances
' Automobile Race and Parade
Motor Cycle Races
Grand Street Parades
Spanish Bailes Every Evening
IT. S. Cavalry Drills
Fruit and Art Exhibits
Cowboy Relay Races
Pyrotechnic Display, Nightly,
Two Tons of Red Fire ,
Free Street Entertainment Ev
ery Evening from 8 to 11 o'
clock Excursions from all points at
greatly reduced rates.
W. H. GREER, President D. K. B. SELLERS, Secretary
(From the California Limited
It is pecullai that all of us
should compliment the Harvey
System, and yet wo do. It's a
habit, and we can't help it. I
am really ashamed to say any
thing further, but I can't ab
stain. The dining car service
on the California Limited ia too
good to be true.
K. T. W.
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SPRINGS AND PUEBLO, Colo., CHICAGO ST.
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Dining Cars all the Way
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Tlie Scenic Features, the Mining
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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 'ha reached by no other railway.
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St. Louis and return. 1 14.50, with final limit of October II, or 141.80,
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TICKETS ON SALE DAILY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30.
Denver and return, 15.13.
Colorado Springs and return, 22.1 5.
Pueblo and return, 120.15.
Olenwood Spitngs and return, 130.15, vU Pueblo, or $41.15 via Denver.
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