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THURSDAY, SEPT. 28, 1905.
AL11UQUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
2,000,000 IVorth of Building Improvements Since January 1st, 19Q5
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.
Ififi PZ&nutiful SG-Fnat 3&&id&nf& !Lt& in the nztern AKHHiinn Mia hinrizf
Above the City Smoke Level, and Suitable for Immediate Building Purposes
Q1QQ, Q15Q, Sp2QO A LOT Q1Q Down, Balance Payable 91.QO 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.
EMMONS and good furniture are synonymous. While we make
a specialty of medium and high grade furniture we also carry
a line of cheap furniture, and are In a position to cater to all
tastes and pocketbooks. We can sell you a cook stove for $7 or
$70; we can sell you a bed for $2.75 or $40; a chair for 60 cents
or $25; a rocker for $1.50 or $30; a dresser for $6 or $65; a table
for $1 or $40; a mattress for $1 or $8. Other articles too numer
ous to mention, but If you wjU call around we will take pleasure
In showing you. "GET THE HABIT."
J. D. EMMONS
Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co., Corner Coal Ave. and 2d St.
Inspector R. M. Spivey, of the Har
vey system, arrived In the cffy Tast
night from a trip over the coast lines.
L. M. Williams, roadmaster of the
Santa Fe Central, with headquarters
In Estancla, was in Santa Fe yester
day on railroad business.
m m m
B.en Suller, superintendent of mo
tive power for Lantry & Sharpe, who
has been in the city the past few days
enjoying himself, will leave for Gila
Canyon, Arizona, tonight.
The longest railroad route tn India,
from Bombay to Calcutta, Is l,4ul
miles In length, made up of parts of
different railroads. Over this route
there Is one through train daily, which
and told several people he intended
ending his life, that he would not re
turn to his family, with no hope for
the future, and shortly thereafter he
took the fatal dose. He leaves two
small children, lesldes his widow.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC DEPOT
AT LORDSBURG BURNED.
Wednesday morning at 4 o'clock the
Southern Pacific depot building at
Ijurdsburg caught fire, and was com
pletely destroyed. Considerable mall
and baggage was also lost, h-ugene
Clapp, the Southern Pacific agent, had
his residence above the depot, and
lost all of 'his household belongings
and clothing.' He and his wife barely
had time after being awakened, to es
evening, when they will leave for the
Santa Hosa country.
The trip is merely a track tour, ac
cording to President Winchell, and no
new mergers are contemplated or
! mergers planned. He reiterates his
former denial that the Rock Island
and Colorado & Southern are to com
bine Into one system, and he also de
nied the reported alliance with the
Phelps-Dodge road in Arizona.
"There is absilutely no truth In the
story." is the way President Winrhell
disposes of the report that the Rock
Island Intends to sell Its road be
tween Kansas Citv and St. IOiiis to
! the Santa Fe. The railroad chief was
in a denying mood, and also said that
there was no truth In the story that
the Rock Island Is to part with the
Denver & Rio Grande, and use the
Santa Fe tracks to Colorado Springs.
He spoke briefly of his trip to Eu
rope last summer, and said that he
found the lailroads there much in
ferior to American roads, but thought
Europe ahead ot this country In auto
mobiling. Ahong those in the party with Pres
ident Winchell are Mrs. Winchell, B.
Ij. Winchell, Jr., H. U. Mudge, vice
president; T. S. I.loyd, general su
perintendent of motive power; D. E.
Cain, general manager of the South
western line, and two college friends
of the younger Mr. Winchell.
TO CATARRH SUFFERERS
11 I Evening Citizen Wants!
One Cent Per Word for Each Insertions
Te latere erepcr clasaKkatloa ids tor this celesta mist he la the office Ik fore J e'cleck
p. m. Ads shoeea receive tbe ume careful attcaltoa tbat It jh-ea to ads brwjit la affk.
WANTED At once, a competent girl
for general housework. Apply 523
WANTED Young man wants posi
tion as stenographer and typewrit
er. Address O., Citizen office.
takes foitv-flve hours to make the fane irom tne miming huiunng. ineir
lonrnev. The fastest Indian train runs loss will be about $3,000. For the
at a speed not greater than thirty-five ' present the agent has opened an office
miles an hour.
Charles A. Carruth, railway mail
clerk making the run on toe Denver
& Rio Grande railroad from Santa Fe
to Antonito, Colo., Is spending his an
nual vacation on a hunting trip in
Conejos county, Colorado. His place
Is being filled by Ira S. Seffens, sub
stitute railway mail clerk, from Pue
S. B. Grlmshaw, assistant to the
president and general manager of the
Santa Fe Central, returned to the ter
ritorial capital yesterday from an In
spection trip over the line of the road.
A severe rain storm visited the Es
tancia valley Tuesday afternoon, and
although no damage was done to the
crops, property or the railroad, Mr.
Grlmshaw says it rained as hard a3
he cares for it to when he is out.
James Kennedy and Christopher
Fitzgerald were arrested near Espan
ola upon a bench warrant issued by
Judge John R. McFie, of Santa Fe,
upon the complaint of Louis Alarid,
section foreman, that the accused men
bad placed an obstruction upon the
Denver & Rio (iiande tracks and had
adjoining the Liberal office. The origin
of the fire was a mystery. The build
ing was a frame structure erected In
the early days of the town. It will be
replaced by a better and more sub
THE SANTA FE ROAD
USES MUCH CRESOTE
The Railway Age states that more
than one-third of the entire creosote
production of the United States is
used in the tie treating plant of the
Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe at
Somerville, Texas, according to a
statement credited to E. O. Faulkner,
superintendent of the company's tie
and timber department. There Is a
shipment of cresoto now on Its way
to the plant from London which will
supply 1,500,001) gallons of the mate
rial. "Some Idea of the magnitude of the
present shipment cau be obtained,"
says Mr. Faulkner, "when it is stated
that In the United States last year
there were produced but l.'LOiiO.ODO
gallons of creosote. The Somerville
plant consumes a little over 4o0,iuu
gallons of the stuff per month, or
HYOMEI GUARANTEED TO CURE,
BY J. H. O'RIELLY & CO., OR
The popularity and Increase In the
sales of Hyomel are unique In the an
nals of medicine. Such astonishing
cures have been made by this remedy
that the proprietors have authorized
J. H. O'Rlelly & Co., to sell every
package of Hyomel under an absolute
guarantee that It will cure catarrh. If
It does not, the purchaser can have
his money refunded by J. H. O'Rlelly
The complete Hyomel outfit costs
but $1, and consists of an Inhaler
that can be carried In the vest pocket
a medicine dropper and a bottle of Hy-
omel. The Inhaler lasts a lifetime,
and if one bottle does not cure, an ex
tra bottle of Hyomel can be obtained
for 50 cents. It Is the most econom
ical of all remedies advertised for
the cure of catarrh, and la the only
one that follows nature In her meth
ods of treating diseases of the res
Breathe through the Inhaler for
a few minutes four times a day, and
your catarrh Is cured. That's all.
If not cured, J. H. O'Rlelly & Co.
will refund your money.
There are other WRITING IN SIGHT
But the I- C. SMITH BROS, by FAR
excels them all. Then It has a TAB
ULATOR and MIMEOGRAPH attach'
ment, without extra charge. Corr-
spondence solicited. N. W. Alger,
general agent, 124 South Walter St.
in tneir possession tools belonging to I somet lung like 5.oiMi,non ga.lons per
the company. Both nu n are Mrlking year. An Idea of the increase in the
section hands. They will be given a
hearing before Judge AlcFie on tbe
conclusion of the C'ouky murder trial.
ROCK ISLAND IMPROVING
ROAD TO COLORADO.
General Manager Cain, of the Hock
Island, !n an interview the other day,
.-aid: "Within a year from now the
Hock Island will have the entire
letig'h of its main line to Colorado
laid with eighty-live Hund steel and
heavily ballasted. That means that
we will have t' relay probably about
elii) miles of steel. We propose to
have the main line thoroughly bal
lasted with either crushed lock, gravel
or burnt imibo."
TRAIN DELAYED BY
CLOUDBURST NEAR EMBUDO
The Denver & Kio Grande train
from the Hurt h was lour hours late
in leaching S;mt:i Fe Tuesday after
noon. The laic-e was a cloudburst
between F.iuhudo and Espanola which
cau.-ed a rush of water over the
tracks, cov. rim; t item for a consider
able distance witn sand. Owing to
the strike of the section men and the
consequent dearth of laborers there
some difficulty experienced in getting
workmen to the scene and the passen
gers finally doffed their coats and
took a hand in shoveling the sand
from the track so that the train could
TAKES CARBOLIC ACID.
Returning from Denver and los An-geli-s,
where lie had failed to get
work, M. .1. I. ally, a locomotive fire
man of Big SpriiiL's, Texas, Monday
niitht, on the nvi M'!i annivtrsaiy of
bis marriage, at the exact hoar lie
ha. I b', his bride to the altar, drank
an ounce of carbolic acid and died in
in forty minutes.
I. ally reached El Paso Monday af
ternoon, says an El Paso dispatch.
treatment of railroad ties may bo had
by a study of these statistics: In lssr,
there were treated In the United
States only 211.1 ties. In 1801, prac
tically ten years later, there was an
increase to iCiii.oui). In l!m4 the figure
was 13,711, I."
ACCIDENT TO FAST TRAIN
Almost by a hair bung the fate of
No. 43, the Golden State Limited, from
the north yesterday morning, says the
El Paso Times. At Torrance, N. M
the engineer in charge, Seth Thomas,
while looking the engine over, made
the discovery that a pin that supports
the trucks under the boiler had almost
worked itself out of position, and in
a short time more would have drop
ped to the ground with disastrous re
sults. A key which holds the pin in
position had been lost and gradually
the rod (jf iron that held in position
a ponderous part of the engine was
wot king itself our. The engini er sai l
that had the pin dropped out while the
t:ain was running at high speed the
truck of the engine would have drop
ped and there is no telling what the
result might have been.
The defect was fixed after an hour's
work and the train proceeded on its
way. hor the tirst half hour, 'How
ever. Engineer Thomas ran rIowIv and
carefully, to see the effect of the i e-
I'Hir. imp i rain, owing to this and a
lot of other delays, did not reach El
Paso until 10 o'clock last night.
MAKES SEVERAL DENIALS.
Prtsid-nt Benjamin I,. Winchell,
heal of the Hock Inland system, ac
companied by Ms wife, son, and a
party of officials an 1 friends, arrived
in Denver by a special train shortly
after 4 o'clock ycM.-rday afernoon.
says the D.-nvt r News. Tn, y came
from Coloia.lo Springs and will re
main in Denver until lo o'clock this
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MA
TERIALS. ETC. U. S. Indian School,
Breen, Colorado, September 12, 1905
SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed
"PROPOSALS FOR BUILDING MA
TERIALS, ETC.," and addressed to
the undersigned at Breen, Colorado,
will be received at the Indian School
until two o'clock p. m., Monday, Oc
tober 2, 1Io5, for furnishing and deliv
ering at the school, as required dur
ing the fiscal year ending June thlr
tieth, lituii, about 3'.i6 yards excava
tion: 2ti,r.0 cu. ft. stone; 23 stone sills;
M.uoo brick; 94 sacks cement; 780
yards lathing and plaster; 330 yards
painting; about 40,non leet lumber, 4G
squares tin roofing; 45 windows.
doors and frames; one lavatory, one
closet; one urinal, etc., all as per list
and specifications obtainable at. the
school. Bidders will state specifically
in Mielr bids the price of each article
to be offered in their contract. AH
articles so offered will be subject to
rigid Inspection. The right Is reserv
ed to reject anv or all bids or any
part of any bid If deemed for tho best
Interest of the service. Each bid must
be accompanied by a certified check
or draft upon some United States de
pository or solvent national bank.
made payable to the order of the Com
misMoner of Indian Affairs, for at
least 5 per cent of the amount of the
proposal, said check or draft to be
forfeited to the United States In cafe
a bidder receiving a reward shall fall
to execute promptly a satisfactory
eontarct In accordance with his bid
otherwise to be returned to the bid
der. Bids accompanied by cash In
lieu of certified check will not be con
sldered. For further Information ap
ply to Wm. M. Peterson, Superintend
ent, Breen, Colorado.
WANTED A Btamstress at once,
ply 513 West Copper
WANTED fhree palmers, highest
wages. C. A. Hudaon.
WANTED Roomers and
417 West Silver avenue.
WANTED Experienced dining room
girl; no other need apply. Colum
WANTED Man and wife to run
boarding camp of four to six men,
in the city; man furnished work at
$2. uil per day. M. P. Stamm.
WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. 515 South First street,
south of viaduct. Send address and
will call. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Position as nousekeeper
in hotel, public Institution or wid
ower's family, or any position of
trust by an experienced lady. S. II.,
Money Co Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horaea,
Wagona and other Chattela; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low aa $10.00 and aa high
aa $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 ua be
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Rooms 8 and 4, Grant Bldg.
315 West Railroad Ave.
Making: a It
is wtiat we are motnm v
one who teats Hat deH almas fla
vor and atrenotnenhif
There la no warm wee
erage that can oatwawra
mia refreshing tfrtnk en
day.. It Is not only pl
taste, but Is Invhwrastna
wholesome. $3 per esse of tw
dozen quartes; $2 per cas a
two doasn pints.
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Comp any
Auto. Phone 292.
ASK FOR DIAMOND ICE.
Colo, Phoaa IS
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms
for light housekeeping. Inquire at
300 North Broadway.
FOR RENT Nice room, everything
new and pleasant. 416 North. Sec
FOR RENT Furnished rooms by the
week or month at 624 West Tljeras
FOR RENT Two large store rooms.
centrally located. Inquire 312 West
Fair week la coming. We want all
kinda of help positiona paying good
Two waitera, 2 good eooka, 1 worn,
an for general houaework, 2 chamber
malda, 3 men to take care of horaea,
logmen, teametera, swampers, labor
ers, etc., for camp work; first-class
blacksmith, brldgemen, bridge car.
penters, bridge helpers, 1 first-class
planer, 1 good yrd man for l"rnuer
camp. Flrst-ciass man "o take are
of stock In dry goods store; boy to
run errands and learn dry goods busi
ness. Better Dositions on record now
than ever offered before.
We are agents for Camp Birnie re
sort. Call for Information.
THE SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOY
Phone 195 Red Upstairs
11U aoutn oecuna ssireci
Auto phone, 316. Bell phone, 115. Residence Auto phone, No ttS.
A. BORDERS, ruri pi
Black or White Hearse, $5.00. Commercial Club Bolldlic
CITT UNDERTAKER. v
i)H RENT A suRe of three rooms,
very deslreable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
In city, single or ensulte. with table
board. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Two large, nicely fur
nlshed front rooms, for housekeep
ing. 406 North Arno street.
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, suit
able for man and wife. 415 North
Second street. Board If preferred
FOR RENT Apartments m Park
View terrace, eight rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
H. Ttlton. room 19. Grant block.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
front rooms for gentlemen; also
three rooms furnished for light
housekeeping. Mrs. Williams, 311
west stiver avenue
FOR RENT Two pleasant rooms for
light housekeeping, with electric
lights. Inquire of Mrs. H. E. Ruth
erford, corner Broadway ft Iron,
same block Congregational church
FOR RENT Two large store rooms
ware house and twelve living rooms,
suitable for hotel purposes, with
large yard in rear and all neccs
sary outhouses. Everything new
and modern. Mrs. Brault, corner of
Broadw ay and Mai queue avenue.
Full SALIC Horse, saddler or tirlvet
ri L'4 North Second street
FOR SALE A tine piano, reasonable;
apply at this office.
tUli SALE OR RENT Ranch of 1G0
acres; h-roo nihousc, alfalfa, orch
ard, all trilgable; will sell all or
part. Box 40, city.
ton SALE Engine. Owing to en
laigiug our power plant we offer for
sale one 8x12, 30-horse power, 2h5
revolution Buckeye automatic cut-
oft engine, for $50. Can be seen In
operation at our mill. It Is an ex
cellent machine. The John Becker
company, Belt n, N. M.
FOR SALE Furniture and household
goods of a four-room house. Inquire
1 North Font th street.
Foil SALE Handsome furniture,
suitable for residence of four or
tlve rooms. For particulars, call at
The Citizen office.
FOR SAlJVheaTi ng stove, gasoline
stove, refrigerator, book case ana
sideboard. Inquire 709 West Gold
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop Is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first
class, as I have had fifteen years' ex
perience In the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed and
repaired. The specific I use will not
Injure the cloth. Ladles' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
The beet machine In tkt
world. This Is no eaawrt
ment, but has been test
ed and tried, and kaa
200,000 In use. If yo
Interested In typewri
ters call or ad areas
GEO. S, RAMSEY
401 W. R. R A.
General Agent Bar
The territorial fair Is coinin':
You'll see who keeps things rollln
All haulln, sprlnklin will be done
By the Albuquerque Transfer men.
Can You Eat? I
J. B. Taylor, a prominent merchant .
of Chrlesman, Texas, says: "I could ;
not eat because of a weak stomach. I ,
lost all strength and ran down In ;
weight. All that money could do wbb .
done, but all hope of recovery van-1
Ished. Hearing of some wonderful
cures effected by Kodol Dyspepsia I
Cure, I concluded to try it. Tho first
bottle benefitted me. and .ifter taking
four bottles, I am restored to my us
ual strength, wealth and health." Ko
dol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you
eat and cures. Sold by all druggists.
I The St. HI mo FIa2Sl I
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop.
S20 West Railroad Arene CLUB ROOMS
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
I have opened a general repair snop
on South Third street, back of Wal
ton's drug store, and solicit the trade
of the city. L. H. SHOF.MAKEIL
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
.1. C. liALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
Covers more, looks best, wears
longest, most economical, full
BUILDING PAPER Alwaye '
stock. Plaster, Lime, Oetneat.
Paint, Glass, Sash Doors, ate.
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. aC
A. C. RILICKE. JNO. S. MITCHIXJi.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
V FA'TRAL IX)CATION. tiXCFLLKNT ACCOMMODATIONS.
REASONABLE PRICES. SPLENDID RFjSTAURANT.
New Mexicans and Arizonlans 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 Hollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS.
Subscribe for The ClUzen and get
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. This la a bargain.
Address P. O. R. 114. city.
Numerous and Worthless.
Everything Is in tbe name when It
conies to Witch HjizpI Salve E. C. De
Witt i- Co., of Chicago, discovered
pome yonrs atro bow to make a salve
from Witch Hae that Is a specific
for piles. For blind, bloedine, Itchlne
and protruding piles, eczt nm. cuts,
burro, bruises and a'l skin diseases
De Witt's Salve has no equal. This
has given rise to numerous worthies
counterfeits. Ask for De Witt's the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
LOST Near lb 11 cimyon, oneb;ty
nia-e, branded lit) en h-ft hip; one
brown mare wi'h (X) on right 'nip.
Return to Meiiau! school and re
AN II 1IKA1 INU
11 KK tlllt
Ely's Cream Balm
Eary nd pleunnt to
a-,, (oiiuiait no in
It l kiy ahtnrtx-rl.
1,1 vn helpful m.
It otM-i't and ctAiie0
Ilt-tiU himI I'r .u- ln (tie Mo uliranu. ltt t..r. J ti e
ti.-ni of Tiu. noil fcinell. Ijul-b Sl7..', 6m c. nln at
KniL'i-'iilKor hv mail; Trial tz, luc.nln tv mail.
tLX UUU'i ULlts, 64 Warreu blrect. :w J ork.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
ft P. MALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; ShafUnca,
Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit -Metal; Columns and Iron Front for
Repair on Mining mnd Mill Machinery a Specialty
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerg.ua, N. sL
Tor reduced rates to and from all
polnta go to Paulsen a Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought, sold and exchanged.
Don't wait for an rxpioslon cook
with gas the humane way.
and CURE the LUNGS
burett null W UitKebl Cure for c.4
THROAT and LUNO TKOU.H-
US, or MONE1 BACK.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
G'ntral Building Supplies
Third and Marquette
; o o
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Proprietors
BAR AND CLUB
FINE RESTAURANT IN CONNIXTION. Finest Whiskies, Imported 0
and Domestic Wines and Cognac. The coolest and highest grade ot A
lager served. Finest and best UiniKHted and Domestic Cigars. T
JjCitJzen. Want Ads Bring The Best Results