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MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1905.
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ISO Beautiful 50-Foot Residence Lots in the Eastern
Q1GQ, 15Q, Q2QQ A LOT SI O
Wide Open Doors
COME IN AND MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME. SPECIAL PRICES
TO VISITORS. ASK ABOUT THE FREIGHT WE PAY.
J. D. EMMONS
Successor to Futrolle Furniture Co.. Corner Coal Ave. an. 2d St. V
The Brotherhood of Railway
men of America have decided to hold
their next biennial convention in Cni
cago. Charles N. Sumner, the chief i
engineer of the Moffat t road, who ' in Chicago and other cities, which the
was south, has returned to Colorado. railways have constructed in t tit
Mr. Sumner was formerly collected j course of cosstlv track elevations,
with the El Paso & Northeastern. -
The Ueming Graphic says: It is
reported that Trainmaster Smith of
the Santa Fe is soon to accept a posi
tion with the Southwestern company.'
and that Mr. Ridley will succeed him!.
The Chieftain says: Agent 'l nomas'
Jaques says that the Santa Fe sold,
about lot) tickets during the week!
from Socorro to the Albuquerque ter- j
ritorial fair and return. This is a;
pretty good showing for Socorro.
The Pennsylvania railroad has aban-,to
doned its idea of laying a six-track
line between Philadelphia and New
York. Busines is heavy enough to
warrant this number of tracks, but
they would cause endles inconven
ience. The New Mexican says: C. V.
Cook, Jr., traveling freight agent of
the Santa Fe railway, with headquar
te:s at Albuquerque, accompanied by
Airs. Cook and child, arrived in the
city Saturday noon and are registered
at the Claire.
At the meeting of the stockholders
of the Arizona Kastern Railroad com
pany held the other day, the follow
ing directors were elected for the en
suing year: Kpes Randolph, K. A.
McFurland, E. Ives, E. V. Clapp and
Instructions have been
the Pennsylvania railroa-d
gage cats must be placed
all passenger coaches on
This is done
is need for them or not.
in order to save lives in
Corrected figures show that the
Santa Ke system carried IT.ti'.'t pas-.-engei's
from and through Kansas Cry
to Denver for the (liand Army en
campment. is estimated that the
Santa Fe carried 2o per cent of the
l'iisines to l)i nvcr.
San (ieronimo day at Taos. Septem
ber 2S, .'a. lie and October 1. ami tor
This occasion the I. & It. 'I. railway
will make a rate of $I.m for the round
trip. Santa IV to Se: vi'.let'a and re
turn. Stage tare from Servilletta to
Taos ami return. $''. for the round tri.
AGED NATIVE KILLED
IN DEM ING YARDS.
Lucas Martinez, an old Mexican,
was killed at the yards Wednesday,
says the Iieining ("iiaphie. He- was
picking up something near the plut
foim when the switch engine came
up, bumped a car and pushed it
against the old man and crushed the
live out of him. He was over '.hi years
of age and had been repctedly warned
away from the station. The verdict
was "unavoidable accident inflicted by
the switch engine." The bell n.id
been rung mid the whistle blown, but
the old man could not be seen from
the engine ami no one knew lie was
near the track.
NOVEL COURT DECISION
AGAINST SOUTHERN PACIFIC.
A suit was brought against the
Southern Pacific Railway company for
llo.ooo damages on account of tin
death of a woman thrown from a bu-.-uy
by reason of In r hor.-e taking fright
troni a t:ain passing on an oveihead
stone and !.;eel si picture. It w as al
leaed in suit that no warning by
bell or whis-V was given at tin- cross
inu'. Tin- company demurred that the
require m nt did not apply to overhead
crossings, but the California supreme
court has overruled the demu r r and
the case will go ou trial. I'nder the
ruling, the railways will have to glv
the warnings required for level cross-
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.
Above the City
$4.00 per month. Perfect Abstract of
ffiU-'iuaip qmjua muum m2iiMr no&iiar njjgsy naiLy miai'
wnyy r-!w gg!K5B cj?!.bs
Car-jinps, although they may 'have
structed overhead or underground
crossings with a view to prevention
of accidents. It would he a strange
thing to apnlv such a rule in the case
of the hundreds of overhead erossines
A NEW WRINKLE TO
Santa Fe officials, In the relent
less war th.it they are waging on the
ticket scalpers, are considering the
advisnMlit v nf licincr fl now L-ln.l etf
j envelope in which to place tickets,
land which will prevent their sale to
and hy scalpers.
The proposed envelope is of peculiar
construction. It Is so arranged as to
he sealed from within, leaving the
outside surface perfectly square and
smooth. It Is practically impossible
open it without defacing it in some
It is the idea of the officials to have
the conductor on the train taking up
the last outgoing coupon on a ticket
to seal the return portion in an en
velope, which must not be opened ex
cept by the conductor on the return
journey. If opened by any one else
the ticket will not be honored for
CHARLES SHERMAN AND MRS.
EMMA LOWREY ARE MARRIED
Special Cor; espondence:
Kelly, X. M Sept. 23. Wednesday
eve ning, at 9 o'clock. Mr. Charles
Sherman and Mrs. Emma Lowrey,
both of this city, were quietly united
in marriage, at the Ixjwrey Hotel, the
home of the bride, Iavid Garcia, jus
tice of the peace, officiating.
Only a few relative's and immediate
friends of the contacting parties
wen- p'-esent to witness the- ceremony.
After the- ceremony and e-otigratula-tions,
a three course supper was
The bride- is a model lady, of sterl
ing character, and is highly respected
by all w iio know her.
The g:ooni is an export cattleman,
ami is to be congratulated on his
choice. Hoth bride ami groom are
whlcly known in Socorro county,
where i hey have a host of Iriends who
will join with tlie- writer and say.
"May they walk happily together
down tae (H-c-liv it v eif life."
Big Rock Drilling Contest.
Et Paso, Texas. Si pt. H.'i. One (if
the' biiigest miners' rock dril.ing con
tests eve-r held in the west is planned
as eif the feature's of the coming
meeting of the American Mining con-gre-ss
in this city on November 14.
These contests are very novel and at-trae-t
the best drillers from the vari
ous big camps ef the eountry and have
always brought big crowds " ibis sec
tion whenever given. As the prizes
will be large and the best dril.ers will
be attracted thereby, it is expected
that this event alone will attract a
large number of people to the con
gress. At the last elril.ing contest in
this c'tv a world's record was es'ab-l:.-!ie,,
which is still unbroken.
If colfee agrees,
stick to it.
If not, us
! FOOD COFFEE
The Sure Rebutldr.
ii'TiTrmTnrrnii i i mum muni
. SK22. ?!?m l rw
of Building Improvements Since January
SURETY INVESTMENT COMPANY
W. H. Creer, Pres. Solomon Luna, V-Pres. AT, W. Flournoy, Sec. D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
tssLtm. rHlfc, agy-tyn.
ANOTHER RUBE WADDELL
IN EDWARD VAN ANDA
Edward Van Anda, known on ac
count of his ecceutricities as the
"Rune Waddell of the Central
League," has been drafted by th
Cincinnati Reds. Van Anda la regard
ed as one of the most promising young
EDWARD VAX AXDA.
pitche rs in the country. His home Is
at Wapakoneta, O. .In 1904 he won
every game he pitched, except one, to
ward the cleise- of the season, with the
Foit Wayne club in the Central
League. This season he made a fine
record with the Canton, O., team,
which succeeded Fort Wayne In the
Central. Van Anda has a flue phy
sique, good habits and youth. He pos
sesses marvelous speed and excellent
UNLiEK FIRE IN INSURANCE SIEGE
JOHN' A. McCAI.L.
Presiil.i t of M New York Life In
surance Co.ii; atiy, u !:o :,as been facing
the New York !.e:;ative Investigat
ing Committee and di-c!,siiii? secrets
of b.g cam avn contributions.
DEM I NG WATER COMPANY
GOING RICHT ALONG.
The Iie ining W'a'e r e-ompany Is
ru.-hings tilings at .res.n:. Water
was found a: ;i,ry :'t-.-t tro.n the sur
face, bu: the' :::. will continue at
b ast twenty ! i : utrtlier, iniiess all
lint is needed i. s':;;ck before teach-
inn that depth.
At tile- hn.tom of t''e well two tun
nels, i aril fstiy f-- t I 'ti.;, will l;e run
in appo-:te iliuc'ot-. ti form a res
ervoir of s'l.'tlcie!'' i.t .'citv iiiruisn
a constant .
wat -r ! -li
y ai- all
Whiti wa ;i ; .
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and Suitable for Immediate Building Purposes
Down, Balance Payable &1.QQ per week orl
Evening Citizen Wants!
One Cent lor Word
To litar proper classification ids lor tbls
p. m. Ads shooed receive the some careful
WE WANT BOOKKEEPERS
nf the Hrht tort, for Rnod position with Wgh grafa
nrm- 'I'nem are always more opportunities than we
can lilt for men familiar with up-to-date hookkeepine;
methods. With otnees in is cities and with ia,ooo em
ployers to serve, our supply of position pavme: from
Jt.noo to f-,ono a year never runs low. We need hun
dreds of capable Salesmen, Kierutive,Clerial and Terh
nirat men and also men having; money lo invest wish
their servire. Wnte us to-day, statins; pu- ill'-u desired.
HAPCOODS (Inc.), Brain Brokers
VI 7 Chemical building, bL Louis
WANTED A seamstrt-BS at once. Ap-
ply 51J west Copper.
WANTED rhree painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Kexmiers and
417 West Silver avenue.
WANTED Kirst aud second house
girl. Inquire at this office.
WANTED A good cook. Mru. E. L.
Washburn, 710 East Railroad ave.
WANTED Experienced dining room
girl; no other need apply. Colum
WANTED First class steam fitter.
Standard Plumbing and Heating
LOST A bunch of keys. The finder
leave at Graham Bros.' saloon and re
WANTED At once, a competent girl
for general housework. Apply 523
WANTED Position ai expert book
k?eper or office man. Address,
Eiank McKay, Los I.unas, N. M
WANTED Young girl for light house
work In family of two.'" Mrs. Scott
McCammon, 3H7 South Edith street.
WANTED Three furnished or unfur
nished rooms by couple; no chil
dren; must be modern. 410 South
WAN1ED ejenuemen a eecond-nand
, clothing. No. BIB South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Drug clerk, registered
wishes position as clerk or manager,
Thlrtee-n years' experience. vVolfe,
509 South Second street, Albuquer
que, N. M.
WANTED Two or three nicely furn
Ished rooms for light house keeping
for man and wife, In private family.
No sick people. Address C. E. M.,
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.
FOR R EN f Room s ,wTt hToaf eK Ka.
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 li"ENT Furnished rooms by the
week or month at 621 West Tijeras
FOintENT Two large store rooms,
centrally located. Inquire 312 West
l ead avenue.
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very desireanle for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOU RENT Mont desirable rooms
in city, single or ensuite, with table
Uiard. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two eb-ganl rooms, suit
able for man and wife. 415 North
Second street. Hoard If preferred.
Fun RENT Apartments m Park
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Tiltem, room 19. Grant block.
Foil ruTXTfwo uleTIy furnished
fiont rooms feir gentlemen; also
three rooms furnished for light
house-keeping. Mrs. Williams, 311
West Silver avenue.
Full RENT Two pleasant rooms for
light housekeeping, with electric
llg'iits. Inquire of Mrs. II. E. Ruth
erford, corner Broadway & Iron,
same bleiek Congregational church.
FOR SALE A fine piano, reasonable;
apply at this office.
FUR SALE Spring waon, used
months; will sell cheap. A.
FOR .SALE Ixl and .-hacks.
tially furnished. Price, $275.
South Second street.
FOU SALE Household goods, stoves,
dressers, tables, lounwes, chairs, t-tc.
212 South Arno srree'.
1-OU SALE Oil KENT Ranch of 100
acres; 8-roo mhouse, alfalfa, orch
ard, all IrlKable; will sell all or
part. Hox 4ti. city.
'"'.'.'""' j KK SALE Engine. Owing to en
: ' I laiglng our ower plant we offer for
s-ale one 8x12. S'l-liorse power, 25
i - with i revolution Buckeye automatic cut
off engine, for $25'. Can be seen In
operation at our mill. It is an ex
cellent machine. The John Becker
company, Belcn, N- M.
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fctHfc.T,,J5.i-g T.TTk tl
Title With Every Sale
'niu.M.si mwiAJ miiUjm mMaray c
for Each Insertion::
column must be In the office before i o'clock
tttcotioo tkat is flven to ads brought to office.
FOR SALE Handsome furniture,
suitable fer residence of four or
five rooms. For particulars, call at
The Citizen office.
KOH SALE Two saddle penies; also
one buggy horse and buggy. 602
South Second street.
i-'Uli. SALE, Heating stove, gasoline
stove, refrigerator, book case anu
sideboard. Iuqulre 709 West Gold
Money Co Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as $i.00 and aa 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 BIdg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
Open Eve n Ings.
Fair week Is coming. We want all
kinds of help positions paying good
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 worn
an for general housework, 2 chamber
maids, 3 men to take care of horses,
logmen, teamsters, swampers, labor
ers, etc., for camp work; first-class
blacksmith, bridgemen, bridge car
penters, bridge helpers, 1 first-class
planer, 1 good yrd man for ium"er
camp. FIrst-ciaas man o take "are
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 Blrnle re
sort. Call for Information.
THE SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY
Phone 19S Red Upstairs
110 South Second Street
401 West Railroad avenue. Bell
phone black 2C5-2. All home cooking.
Fresh goods every day.
AT THE LAS VEGAS
Novelty Is wfcat we all want. Many
persons spend thousands of dollars
every year searching for something
new. Perhaps you're one of those who
desire newness. Take our word for
It, between September 26 and 21), you'll
find it near home.
You won't have to spend much mon
ey nor go very far to see it, either.
Go to tho Las Vegas fair and festival.
Ono and one-half cents per mile
each way Is all It will cost. Just $4
trorn Albuquerque to Las Vegas and
See tho Santa Fe agent at once for
Best for Children.
Mothers, be careful of the health of
your children. Look out for coughs,
colds, croup and whooping cough. Stop
them in time One Minute Cough
Cure is the best remedy. Harmless
ami pleasant. Contains no opiates.
Sold by a.l druKits.
Attacked by a Mob.
and beaten, in a labor riot, until cov
ered with sores, a Chicago street car
conductor applied Buuklen's Arnica
Salve, and was soon sound and well.
"I use it in my family," writes G. J.
Welch, of Tekonsha, Mich., "and find
it perfect." Simply preat for cuts and
burns. On'.y 25 cents at all druggists.
The Albuquerque Planing mill
changed hands on September 1. W.
H. Hull and A. J. Love, both well
known citizens of Albuquerque, rep
resent the new Arm.
Have your floats built and sign work
done by Stacy & Co., the only union
sign writers In town. Quler's old
stand. Auto phone, 454; Colorado
Cheapest disinfectant is Halm's Eu
reka lime. Safe and effective.
and CURE the LUNGS
010$ Fres Trial. .
barest and UuicKesH Cure for ell
THROAT and LUNG XROUB-
LS, or M0NE1 BACK.
p' -wt w -Wi
Southwestern Brewery & ice Company
Auto. Phone 232. ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE. Colo. Phone 93
v Auto phone, 316. Bell phone, 113. Residence Auto phone, No. 199.
A. BORDERS, runer! Director and mblmr
4 Black or White Hearse, $5.00. Commercial Club BuHdlnf.
Q CITY UNDERTAKER. q
I The St. Elmo F,nfiS whiskies I
J If Wlnes.Brandlss.Etc.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop,
X20 West Railroad Arene CLUB ROOMS
.1. C. BALDRIDG
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
Covers more, looks best, wears
longest, most economical, full
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
A. C. HILICKE. JNO. S. MITCHELL.
LOS ANGELES. CALIFORNIA.
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS.
REASONABLE PRICES. SPLENDID RESTAURANT.
New Mexicans and Arizonians 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 welsome.
All Depot cars stop at the llollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. R. MALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber CarB; Shaftings,
Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for
Repair on Mining and Mill Machinery a Specialty
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M.
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RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
General Building Supplies
Both Phones Third and Marquette
QUICKEL & BOTH E, Proprietors
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS
FINE RESTAURANT IN CONNIXTION. Finest Whiskies. Imported 0
and Duim-btie Wines and Cona.-. The coolest and highest grade of
lager served. Finest and best .Imported and Domestic Cigars.
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Citizen Want Ads Bring The B:st Results
-.JiJ.:,JJF U.- i
iMing a Hit
Is what we are drtng wfth avry
ens who ttfcta I to ttelMawe fla
vor and strengthening fpiadwoa.
There Is rto warm woatnar bev
rago that can cornparo wWi
this rofroahlno -Dnk en a warm
da,y.. It Is not only pleasant to
taste, but Is Invigorating and
wholesome. $3 per case of two
dozen quartos; $2 per case of
two doaen pints.
The best machine In the
world. This Is no experi
ment, but has been test
ed and tried, and has
200,000 In use. If yon
Interested In typewri
ters call or address
GEO. S, RAMSEY
401 W. R. R. Ave.
General Agent for
BUILDING PAPER Always
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8t0ck- Plaster, Lime. Cement,
Paint, Glass, Sash Doors, etc.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
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