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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905.
ALKUQUEHQUK KVRN1NO CITIZK1V,
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N 2,OQO,OOQ Worth of Building Improvements Si
Since January 1st, 190S H
Greater Albuquerque The Queen City of the Southwest. Estimated Population in
191040,000. The same Chance Early Buyers had in Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, Etc.
ISO Beautiful SO-Foot Residence Lots in the Eastern Addition Highlands
Above the City Smoke Level, and Suitable for Immediate Building Purposes
WO, 15Q, Q2GO A LOT QIO Down, Balance Payable per week or
$4.00 per month. Perfect Abstract of Title With Every Sale
SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. H. Greer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. M, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
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RAMSEY'S FIGHT TO OUST GOULD
FROM CONTROL OF THE WABASH
Evening Citizen Wants!
Ono CenI Por Word for Each Insertion:
Te lotare ereper clasrifkatina adi for this colima mast be In the edict before 3 e'clocfc
p. m. Ade phoacd receive the same careful attcaltoa tkal it f Ivea to ads kroa(ht to office.
WANTED A seamstress at ouce. Ap
ply 513 West Copper.
WANTED rhree painters,
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Koomers anil
417 West Silver avenue.
WANTED First and second bouse
girl. Inquire at this office.
WANTED A good cook. Mrs. F. L.
Washburn, 710 East Hailroad ave.
WANTED Experienced dining room
girl; no other need apply. Colum
PRINCIPALS IN THE NEWEST FIOHT FOR CONTROL OF THE
MUCH FOUGHT OVER WABASH. WHICH WI1X, BB BROUGHT TO
THE ATTENTION OF STOCKHOI JEKS AT THE ANNUAL. MEETING
ON OCTOBER in.
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FACTS ABOUT WABASH.
Holders of the debentures, both "A" and "II" classes, aa en
titled to one vote at stockholders meetings for every $100 of prin
cipal. 3.584 miles of road operated.
Statement of earnings, eight months, to February -? 1905, Bhows
Bonded debt, $100,513,000.
Pay roll in 1904, $3,734,093.
Value of equipment, $145,335,4 IS.
Principal cities touched by the Wabash St. Ixiuis, Toledo, De
troit, Buffalo, Chicago, Kansas City, Omaha and Pittsburg.
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SANTA FE NOT
TO GET LINE
WINCHELL DENIES THAT ROCK
ISLAND IS TO SELL ST. LOUIS
Emphatic denial was made Saturday
iu Chicago by President B. L. Wln
chell of the Rock Island, of the reports
that "nave started up anew to the ef
fect that the Santa Fe Is about to
conclude negotiations for the purchase
of the Rock Island's Kansas City and
St. I.ouis line.
"The Rock Island's St. Louis-Kansas
City line," he declares, "has not been
sold to the. Santa Fe nor to anybody
else, for $14,000,000, or any other sum,
and there is no likelihood that it will
be. Since the purchase ami comple
tion of that line by the Rock Island it
has been meeting fully the expecta
tions entertained regaNlIng it at the
time the purchase was made, and there
Is n reason why the Rock Island
should want to dispose of it."
Mr. Yin hell also denied the report,
circulated a short time ago, that an
arrangement was likely to be complet
ed between the two companies named,
under which the Santa Fe would be
given a right of way over the Rock
Island's S Louis-Kansas City line,
and the Rock Island leceives In re
turn a riylit of way over the Santa
Fe's Kansas lines between certain
points, lie said that only foundation
for thar report was when Mr. Mudge
left the Santa Fe for the Rock Island
lie took Mr. Ripley, his former presi
dent, with him. when making a tour
of inspection over the line. There
was. he said, absolutely no truth in
Outside opinion gives as the reason
of the proposed sale that since tile
purchase of the Alton by Rock Isl
and Interests the road has had no use!
for two St. Louls-aKnsas City lines.
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PILES TIES ON RAILWAY
TRACK JUST FOR FUN.
Just because he wanted to see how
hard the engine would bumb them.
Jose Romero, a Mexican lad 15 years
old, placed a pile of ties on the Col
orado & Southern railroad track at
Barela station, near Trinidad, re
cently. As the same thing had oc
curred on several occasions, a deputy
sheriff had been placed on guard in
the vicinity and he caught the young
ster In the act.
Serious wrecks have been narrowly
averted when the boy has lndulbed In
his favorite pastime. He was commit
ted to the reform school. Young Ro
mero apparently had no realization of
what might have been the conse
quences of his a.ct.
OVER MEXICAN LINES
ROAD WILL COST $30,000,000, AND
DIAZ HAS GRANTED THE CON
CESSION AND AGREED TO $25,000
A MILE SUBSIDY. I
On liis return shortly fiom the Ori
ent, E. H. Harriman is to take a trip'
to Guaymas, Mexico, from which point
he and a number of associates have
arranged to build a new north and
south line in the Mexican repunllc asi
far as Guadalajara, at a cost of about
$3i,kmi,oijo, says a dispatch from San
Francisco, and Southt rn Pacific olll-!
rials ate making arrangements for this
Guaymas Is the terminus of the
Southern Pacific branch running from
Benson, Ariz., by way of Nogaies. At'
Guadalajara the new lino will con-1
Wide Open Doors
COME IN AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. SPECIAL PRICES
TO VISITORS. ASK ABOUT THE FREIGHT WE PAY.
nect with the Mexican Central, thus
forming a new and shorter route be
tween San. Francisco and the City of
President Diaz has granted a con
cession for this line, together with a
subsidy of $25,000 a mile. Harriman
has deposited $250,000 with the Mexi
can officials to guarantee a faithfu
compliance with the terms of the con
ihe new line will be known as the
Cananea, Yaqu' River & Pacific.
ERIE ROAD EXPENDS
MUCH MONEY ON SIGNAL8.
The Erie railroad has arranged for
the Immediate expenditure of $225,000
for the Installation of the most mod
ern and efficient railway signal that
has yet been put on the market. It Is
known as the Hall electric semaphore
normal clear system, and is operat
ed by stationary storage batteries. The
line between Bergen, N. J., and Mid
dletown, a distance of sixty-eight
miles, is to be equipped at once.
For the first thirty-two miles the
signals will be put two-thirds of a mile
apart; for the rest of the distance,
about one and one-third miles apart
It will require five power plants for
charging the batteries, which will be
located at Rutherford Junction, Ridge
wood Junction, Suffern, Oxford and
The line to be protected has two
and four tracks at different places,
and is the most congested part of the
Erie system. Hitherto, a manual
block, which Is a tower with signals
opeiated by a tower man, has been
used as a block protection, but It has
been deemed best to Install an auto
matic system for further protection,
and to accelerate the movement of
trains. The new system will be grad
ually extended over the entire line.
UNIQUE TIME TABLE
ADOPTED BY SANTA FE.
A railway time table that the public
can read without taking along a half
dozen interpreters, seems to be what
has been designed by C. Zombro, of
Lof Anueles, a brother of S. F. Zom
bro, of San Bernardino.
The new time table Is called the
"Radial Time Table." and consists of
a se: ies of circles drawn about a cen
tra! point, say Ixis Angeles. From it
in all directions radiate lines, the time
of a train going from Los Angeles to
a terminal being shown on the left
side of the line, and the time of a
train to Los Angeles being shown on
the rinht side of the line. The time
at the various stations, as well as the
mileage traveled, is shown in the
various circles In regular order out
of Ios Angeles.
The plan can he adopted to any
pa;ticular point on a system and can
be nadily understood by a person at
a glance. The plan has been endorsed
by the Santa Fe, the Salt Lake and
Southern Pacific roads, nnd radial
time cards for the two former roads
are already In circulation.
WANTED At once, a competent girl
for general housework. Apply 523
WANTED At once, bright young
girl that can do needle and machine
sewing. D. F. G., this office.
WANTED Six first-class carpenters.
Apply to John W. McQuade Monday
morning. Highest of wages.
WANTED First class girl for gen
eral housework. Apply 617 West
Copper. Mrs. Robert Putney.
tUU SALE Two saddle ponies; also
one buggy horse and buggy. 602
South Second street.
nOlt to ALE. Heating stove, gasoline
stove, refrigerator, book case anu
sideboard. Inquire 709 West Gold
tUU SALE OH RENT Ranch of 160
acres; 8-roo mhouse, alfalfa, orch
ard, all lnigable; will sell all or
part. Box 46, city.
FOR SALE A fine piano, reasonable;
apply at this office.
FOil SALE Household goods, stoves,
dressers, tables, lounges, chairs, etc.
212 South Arno street.
FOR SALE Spring wagon, used two
months; will sell cheap. A. B.,
Making a Hit
la what w aro do4ng wHh ovory
one who tetta Ita aotlote fla
vor and rtrengthaning qualltlM.
There la no warm weather bev
erage that can compare with
thla refreehlng drink en a warm
day.. It le not only pleaaant to
taate, but le Invigorating and
wholoeome. $3 per caae of two
dozen quartea; $2 per caae of
two dozen plnta.
Southwestern Urewery & lee Company
Auto. Phone 292. ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE.
Colo. Phone 93
FOR SALE Handsome furniture,
suitable for residence of four or
five rooms. For particulars, call at
The Citizen office.
WANTED Position as expert book
keeper or office man. Address,
;ank McKay, Los Lunas, N. M.
WANTED Three furnished or unfur-
nished rooms by couple; no chil
dren; must be modern. 410 South
WANTED A molding itanT wood
turner and sash and door man. Su
perior Planing Mill company,, 601
50!) South First atreet. .
WANTED Ceutlenian with good ad-
dress to travel. Call for WTiistler,
H. B. Welller & Co.'s store.
WAMTED Uenneinen'a second-nand
clothing. No. 615 South First atreet.
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
OWNER NEEDS MONEY $500 will
buy $1,000 equity In a nine room
frame house, in the Highlands, lot
100x142, east front; shade and fruit
trees, barn and chicken house. Best
street in town; incumbrance $3,000.
Address P. O. B. 114, city.
315 South Third street.
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Inquire at
300 North Broadway.
FOR RENT Nice room, everything
new and pleasant. 415 North Sec
FOR KENT Furnished rooms by the
week or month at 624 West TIjeras
FOR KENT Two large store rooms.
centrally located. Inquire 312 West
FOR RENT A suite of three room a,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most deslrabla rooms
in city, single or enauite, with table
loard. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, suit
able for man and wife. 415 North
Second street. Board if preferred.
J. D. EMMONS
Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co., Corner Coal Ave. and 21 St.
LARGE SHIPMENT OF
MACHINERY IN WEST.
A special dispatch to the Denver
News from Ja:llla. N. M.. says:
During the. coming week the com
mencement of the largest machinery
sHiment ever made in this section
of the southwest will begin, when the
t!r-t of I.ihui cars of construction ma
chinery will commence to arrive. The
tirt material in will be sufficient p'pe.
to reach from this point to Juniper
Tank, in the Sacramento moun
tains, twen'y-one miles away. The
cont act for this pinn was le, to a
Chicago concern, with the stipulation
that it was all to be loaded on the
cars by September 'Jl!. The building
of the pipe line will be in the hands
of thrue separate crews, nnd while It
Ml being laid, a dam for the reservoir
Fort RENT Apartments n Park
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Tilton. room l!t, Grant block.
FOR RENT Two ETc ely furni shea
f.ont rooms for gentlemen; also
three rooms furnished for light
housekeeping. Mrs. Williams, 311
West Silver avenue.
FOR RENT Two farte store rooms,
ware house and twelve living rooms.
Everything new and modern. Mrs.
Bratilt. corner of Broadway and
FOR RENT riom one to five nicely
furnished rooms for light house
keeping; also ranch of ten or thirty
acres, with four-room bouse, fur
nished or unfurnished. Apply Mr.
E. K. Nonls, 524 John street.
FOR RENT Seven largo furnished
rooms with bath upstairs, dining
room .kitchen, bedroom downstairs;
two story brick building two blocks
from Santa Fe shops; good hotel to
right parties. Inquire fi23 South
FOR KENT Two pleasant rooms for
light housekeeping, with electric
limits. Inquire of Mrs. H. J. Ruth
erford, corner Broadway ft Iron,
same block Congregational church.
at this end, to Impound 25.00O.O00 pal
Ions of water, will le built. The con
struction material for the smelter w ill
also begin to arrive and the bulk of
it will lie on the e o ind within a few
weeks, orders 'n:tving I een Issued to
hurry the reduction plant to comple
tion. At the hiKi-e time the mines are
to be developed lo a still hither state
of productiveness, far beyond the ore
now blocked out anl In sight. The
machinery ordered has cost several
hundred thousand dollars, and Is the
first of ft. ihiit will be expend
ed In this section by the Southwest
and allied companies.
SALE Engine. Owing to en
larging our power plant we offer for
sale one 8x12, 30-horse power, 285
revolution Buckeye automatic cut
off engine, for $250. Can be seen In
operation at our mill. It Is an ex
cellent machine. The John Becker
company, Helen, N. M.
Auto phone, 316. Bell -phone, 115. Residence Auto phone, No. 299. 0
Am BORDERS, ''unur! Director- mnd fwfttfwer
Black or White Hearse, $5.00. , Commercial Club Building.
CITY UNDERTAKER. q
o o o o o o o o o o o o
LOST A plain band 18-carat ring;
return to this office and receive reward.
LOST A tan rain coat Sunday even
ing. Return to Ida B. Summers and
LOST Lady's, open face enameled
watch, with fob. Liberal reward if
returned to this office.
LOST, STRAYED OK STOLEN A
strawberry roan mare, white face,
four white feet, mane clipped short,
long tail; $20 reward and no ques
tions asked, if returned to J. W.
McQuade, 234 North Walter street.
STOLEvTliree office chairs from
office of Grand Central Hotel. O.
Dinsdale, proprietor. Reward offered
for arrest and conviction of Zet.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $10.00 and as high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods re
main In your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 3 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
The best machine In the
world. This Is no experi
ment, but has been test
. ed and tried, end has
200.000 In use. If you
, are Interested In typewri
ters call or address
GEO, S, RAMSEY
401 W. R. R. Ave.
General Agent for
The St. Elmo
JOSEPH BARNETT, Trop.
120 West Rathoarf Arene
Fair week la coming. We want all
klnda of help positions paying good
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 wom
an for general housework, 2 chamber
maids, 3 men to take care of horses,
logmen, teamsters, swampera, labor-
era, etc., for camp work; first-claaa
blacksmith, bndgemen, bridge car
penters, bridge helpera, 1 first-clase
planer, 1 good yard ,nan for lum"or
camp. Flrat-c'sss man o take "ar
of stock in dry goods store; boy to
run errands and learn dry goods busi
ness. Better positions on record now
than ever offered before.
We are agents for Camp Birnle re
sort. Call for Information.
THE SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY
Phone 195 Red Upstairs
110 South Second Street
.1. C. BALDRIDGK
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN-WILLIAMS PAINT BUILDING PAPER Always
Covers more, looks best, wears , . , .
longest, most economical, full stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement,
Measure. Paint, Glass, Sash Doors, etc.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
A. C. R1LICKE. jo. S. MITCHELL.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
CENTRAL IXK'ATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS.
REASONAHLE PRICES. SPLENDID RESTAURANT.
New Mexicans and Arizoniana spending the summer on the beaches
are welcome to the use of our Ladies' parlors and Gentlemen's waiting
rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and writing materials
fiee. Ladies and children weleome.
All Depot cars stop at the Hjllenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS.
401 West Railroad avenue. Bell
phone black 2C5-2. All home cooking.
Fresh goods every day.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. I. MALL, Proprietor 0
Iron an4 Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaftings, A
Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Melai; Columns and Iron Front for T
Ropmlr on Mining and Mill Machinery a Bpoclalty t
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. H. q
EASY 1u MAKE GOOD
WITH CLUB HOUSf
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
and CURE THE LUNGS
OLDS Free Trial.
bureat and UuicKtat Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TROUB
IE3, or MONEI BACK.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
General Building Supplies
Third and Marquette
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Proprietors
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS
FINE RESTAURANT IN CONNECTION. Finest Whiskies, Imported
and Domestic Wines and Cosmo. The coolest and highest grade of
lager served. Finest and best llmpoited and Domestic Cigars.
Citizen Want Ads Bring The Best Results