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JLLJU DUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
8ATURDAY, SEPT. 30, 1905.
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2,000,000 Worth of Building Improvements Since January 1st, 1S05
Greater AlbuquerqueThe Queen City of the Southwest. Estimated Population in
191040,000. The same Chance Early Buyers had in Denver, Los Angeles, Seattle, Etc.
1SO JBeautiful SO-FoGt Residence Lots in the Eastern Addition Highlands
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Above the City Smoke Level, and Suitable for Immediate Building Purposes
1QO, 01 5Q, $200 A LOT-1Q Down, Balance Payable &1.QO per week or
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
170; we can sell you a bed for $2.75 or $40; a chair for 60 cents
or $25; a rocker for $150 or $30; a dresser for $6 or $C5; a table
for $1 or $10; a mattress for $1 or $8. Other articles too numer
ous to mention, but If you w 111 cail around we will take pleasure
In showing you. "GET THE HABIT."
J. D. EMMONS
Surrpssior to Futrelle Furniture
DENVER & RIO GRANDE
The engine of the Denver & Rio
Grande train. No. 425, from Antouito,
due at Santa Fe at 3:30 o'clock p. m.,
Jumped the track on account of a
broken rail about one mile west of
Lyden, or a mile from Plaza del Al
calde yesterday afternoon. Engineer
Law Is very seriously injured, his leg
and arm being broken. Superintend
ent Lee ordered engine to take a ca
boose and convey Mr. Law to Anton
lto, where he could have medical as
sistance as quickly as possible. No
one else was Injured.
THE FIRST TRIP OF
INSPECTION TO FARMINGTON
Wednesday and Thursday of this
week the first official trip of inspec
tion was made over the Farmlngton
branch of the Denver & Kio Grande
railroad. Included in the party were
General Manager A. C. Ridgway, Su
perintendent I-.ee, Senator and Mrs.
Oasimlro Barela, Mr. Yard and daugh
ter, and Miss Maude Burnett. Short
stops were made at Aztec and Farm
lngton. The party returned to Durango, Col
orado, and Friday proceeded on their
trip over the road, leaving Durango
over the Colorado Southern.
STRIKING SECTION MEN
BOUND OVER TO JURY
"The preliminary hearing in the-case
of James Kennedy and Christopher
Fitzgerald, the two striking section
men of the Denver & Rio Grande
railroad, who are charged with hav
ing placed obstructions on the track
of the road near Kspanola, and with
having stolon some tools from a tool
house at Espanola. was had at Santa
Fe yesterday and the men bound over
to await the action of the grand Jury
In the sum of $.ifi) each. They claim
that nil they did was to open the tool
house In order to gi t a handcar with
which to come to Santa Fe, and that
in so doing scattered some tools on
the track. Their intention was to
come to the Capital City to look for
work and if not found to use t lip car
to return to Espanola, anil if success
ful in petting work to turn tlio hand
car over to the railroad officials at
GET WAGES RAISED
THE EL PASO & SOUTHWESTERN
AGREES TO SCALE SUBMITTED
BY CONDUCTORS AND BRAKE
MEN. There was con.sidi rable rejoicing to
day anion.; the employes of tthe EI
I'aso & Southwestern railroad when It
was announced that their efforts to
secure an Increase of wanes had been
stucessliil, sas the El I'aso News.
The new scale gives the employes
practically the lead of all other roads
on the American continent which, of
course, means the world.
For the past two weeks committees
of comm. tu s and brakemen have
bet n in ,K1 I'aso arranging a wage
si-ale to be j tesented to General Man-at-t
r 11. .1. Simmons at his request.
The committee of conductors was
composed of .1. L. Sparks, J. W. Hay
ward and J. F. Massey, and the com
mittee representing the brakemmi
was composed of Messts. Mayfield,
Nash and Hehrquor.
The scale for passenger conductors
is $lfii, being a raise of $10 per month,
the former wace being $14o a month.
This is considered a very liberal In
crease. This covt rs t lie main branch
from El I'aso to Benson, and the Ms
bee and Tombstone branches. It also
covers the local run from Douglas t.J
The f.elt'ht conductors, Instead of
being paid by the hour, are to be paid
ai the rate of four cents per mile, and
the brakt men are paid three cents per
mile. This agreement further pro
vides that every crew is tu run at
least 3.5011 uiiles per month, or are
to be paid for that distance if they
$4.00 per month. Perfect Abstract of
W. H. Greer, Pres.
Co.. Corner Coal Ave. and 2d St. I
should fall below It. The run for the
day's work is lul) miles or less, at the
rate of eight hours a day.
The yardmasters are increased $10
a mouth, to $14u a month.
All switchmen are advanced
cents per hour, making a
vance anu swelling weir cnecjss veryi.h .., ina,io,i R, ,ho month of th
mate.ially at the end of each month.
This Is only another evidence of the
liberality ot the Southwestern sys-.
tem and shows the good feeling which
prevails between the employer and the
employes. This road has been ex
tremely fortunate in having men of re
sponsibility and men who have taken
a great interest in the upbuilding of
the road. It is also the policy of the
road to show the employes in the sev-
eral departments that they are appre-j
elated and their services are reward
There Is only one road in the Unit
ed states which pays a like scale to
some of the men and that Is the Santa
Fe, and the yards at Butte are the
only ones which pay the yardmen and
switchmen the same scale paid by
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO
AND GULF RAILWAY
ORGANIZED AND INCORPORA
TION PAPERS FILED WITH TER
RITORIAL SECRETARY AT SAN
The following articles ot incorpora
tion have been filed in the office of
J. W. Raynolds, secretary of the ter
ritory: The Northern New Mexico & Gulf
Railway company. The incorporators
are William H. Coe, of New York
City; Ernest G. Miller, of Ki Rito,
New Mexico; Fred E. Coe, of Den
ver; (I. Hill Howard and G. Volney
Howard, of El Rito, New Mexico. Tho
purposes for which this company was
incorporated are to locate, build, con
struct, manage, operate and maintain
laiiiiuiwn teieiHini lines lu ue
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hereinnfter ilesprlbed to nllreh;we hp.
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or any interest therein, either abso
lutely or on condition, for the purpose
of aiding in any manner the construc
tion or maintenance of said railroads
or telegraph lines; to operate the rail
road by means of power transmitted
by electricity, cable, water power, or
any other mechanical power known in
use, or hereafter to be invented; to 1
erect, own, and operate such build-1
ings us may pertain to or be advan
tageous to the. business thereof; to
acquire by gift, purchase or condemna
tion, a right of way across granted or
oihtr 1. .litis or a.ong public highways;
the capita! Steele ci tie company is
$:;oi,,'iiiii divided ;.'U J.'Mhj shares at
$1"" tach. 'ill,, terms of existence of
said corporation is 50 years, and tho
principal place of business is El Rito,
Kio Arriba county, New Mexico, with
Ernest G. Miller 1 ame.l as agent. The
number of uireito s of the company
shall m.r 1 L. i( ss thau live nor more
than eleven, and '.hose, who wi.l man
age the but mess of the company for
the first voir are t.ie incorporators.
The termlnis of this railroad will he
Santa Fe, New Mexico, on the east,
and the boundary line of the territory
on the west. The line of the road
is as folloa; Commencing at Santa
Fe runninj. noun through the Tcmi
qun I'ueblo grant; thence northeaster
ly across the Rio Grande del Norte, in
to Rio Arriba county at or m ar San
ta Cruz, then crossing the Denver K
Rio Grande rai.road; thence north
along the Rio Grande to a point
souih of iiu- town of Chamita; from
1 ere in a northwesterly direction
ali.m- the south side of the Chama
river through the San Juan grant and
the Bartolome Sanchez grant; thence
northwesterly through the southwest
corner of the Mesa i'rieta grant, ami
through sections 2t",, 25, 23, 14, T. 22
N., R. 7 E., entering l.ovato urant in
section 11. same township and range;
from here the road takes a north
westerly direction along the south side
of the Chauia river through the last
Solomon Luna, V-Pres.
named grant, crossing the west line
thereof in section lo, I. 23 N., K. 5 E.;
thence through sections lb and ! of
same tuwustup, entering the l'iedra
Luinbre grunt, theuco northwesterly
througn said grant following ttiu cua
m unver aim crossing the sumo at
tho west boundary line of tho last
named grant; alter crossing the river
the roau follows the north bank of the
Chama river, through the Chama do
Chauia grata to Gailina; then south
westerly along the Gallinas river to
a point near the northeast corner of
Saudova, county; thence northwester
ly along the Canon Largo crossing the
San Juan county line to the town of
Largo; llience westerly to the towns
of Blooint'iuld and Fruitland; from
Frulllund the road will fohow the San
J uon river to the west boundary line
of the territory; a branch line will
run from Hiooinfield to Aztec, and Ce
dar llili, crossing the northern boun
dary line of the territory to Durango,
NEW COAL MINE NEAR
RATON ON SUGARITE
Leon Zuez, who has a nighl shift
with the Ensign-Wilson Coal compa
ny, told the Raton Range that his
company is in 15u feet, of solid coal,
which is of a very fine quality. A new
incline Is being built 3,200 feet in
length, running to the railroad and
will be used for dumping coal at the
tracks. At present the coal Is being
ct.T.u,l mitul.l.i till ,1... fnrtllnn n.l n I...
IOIVII CU I'll LUI Ul. L 1 1 1 V 1 1 1 ,MV,,111C LUU 141
built and the railroad finished. As
! Hoon fls flip rnilrnMil Ih poiimleted steel
a snug ail-j rails wld be laid up the incline and
checks veryi,ne coa, ioa(ieii at the mouth of the
niirje. When the road is ready the
nomnanv will ohin sou tnn r t
btKin wnh and Increase raDidl v. Thev
have twenty-five sets of timber now
in the main shaft and the air shaft
will be completed this week.
The coal is the finest soft variety
and burns up like wood with no more
ashes and no cdnkers. The vein rs
five and a half feet in depth and lies
about half way up to the mesa moun
tain Bide la Sugarite canyon and is
the middle vein, as one vein lies above
it and two below It. These will all
be mined In time, of course. A ready
market awaits the production of this
mine and Its large output will assist
materially In making a large coal ship
ping point of Raton.
OPERATOR IN COUNTRY,
r.-f..,,i 1 in . . . ,
Med l.-insing is proba lv the vounir-
. n 1 ",in
'sr teiotsraph operator in America
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'ho is iii complete cha: ce of an office
I 01 any s:ze. i.ansing is tw ive years
! old, and is boss of the Western I'tiion
office at Cedar Falls, Iowa, a city of
The most intricate messages the boy
copies with ease. His severest trial
ventions when the company was sond
ct titions, when the company was send
ing bulletins every few seconds. Fred
tuned up his "mill" and hept the pace
to the finish. When the day's work
Is over Fred goes home and studies.
TO CATARRH SLFFtRERS
HYOMEI GUARANTEED TO CURE,
BY J. H. O'RIELLY Si CO., OR
The popularity and Increase In the
sales of Hyomel are unique in tho an
nals of medicine. Such astonishing
cures have been made by this remedy
that the proprietors have authorized
J. II. O'Kielly & 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'Rielly
The complete Hyomel outfit costs
but $1, anil 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 rure, an ex
tra Uittle of Hyomel can be obtained
for GO cents. It Is the most econom
ical of ail remedies advertised for
the cure of catarrh, and is 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 titne-i a day, and
your catarrh is cured. That's all.
If not cured, J. H. O'Rielly & Co.
will refund your money.
IVES, THE FLORI8T.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
I V;..- t"
M, W. Flournoy, Sec.
US Evening Citizen VVantsI
One Cent Por Word
Te lotare proper claaulf Icatloa ids lw this
p. a. Ads phoned receive the uac carelul
WANTED Boy with wheel, after
school hours. 20G West Silver ave
nue. WANTED A seamstress at once. Ap
ply 513 West Copper.
WANTED rtiree painters, highest
wages. C. A. Hudson
WANTED Roomers and
417 West Silver avenue.
WANTED At once, a competent girl
for general housework. Apply 623
WANTED A white gentleman cook,
for hotel; good salary; apply at
once to European hotel, Gallup, New
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 housekeeper
in hotel, public Institution or wid
ower's family, or any position of
trust by an experienced lady. S. H.,
WAN I Kll Reliable iiiaii Til each"
county as assistant manager; $20
weekly and expenses; expense
money advanced. Position perma
nent. Address, Manager, 134 Lake
WANTED Salesman, good to cover
New Mexico vacancy October 1:
contract for this year and next If
sales satisfactory; commissions and
$35 weekly advance for expenses.
W. S. Finley Co.. 536-548 Euclid
avenue, Cleveland, Ohio.
FOirRETnoo-pound safe. Apply
to F. F. Trotter.
FOR RENT Furnished rtont room.
Inquire 115 South Edith 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 RENT Furnished rooms by the
week or month at 624 West Tijeras
FOR RENT Two larg store rooms,
centrally located. Inquire 312 West
FOR RENT Newly furnished front
room; rent reasonable. 635 South
FOR KENT A suite of three rooms,
very desireable 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 Targe, nicely fur
nished front rooms, for housekeep
lng. 40(S North Arno street.
FOR RENT Two elegant rooms, suit
able for man and wife. 415 North
Second strpet. Board If preferred.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. In
quire of Mrs. J. C. Martin, 501 North
FOR RENT Apartments in Park
View terrace, eltht rooms each;
modern equipment throughout. H.
II. Tilton, room lfl, Grant block.
Hill RENT Two pleasant rooms for
Hi-'ht housekeeping, with electric
lin'iits. Inquire of Mrs. H. E. Ruth
erlord, corner Broadway & Iron,
same block Concregatlonal church.
Foil RENT Two iarite slot e rooms"
ware house and twelve living rooms,
suitable for hotel purposes, with
largo yard In rear and all neces
sary outhouses. Everything new
and modern. Mrs. Brault, corner of
Hroalwiy and Ma quette avenue.
FOlfsAI.E A'gc'ntle family" driving
horse, with harness ami buggy; or
80iaratf. Fur particulars see Hev.
So lie, 224 Smith Walter street.
FDTt bALK OR RENT ilanch of 100
aoies: S room house, alfalfa, orch
ard, all lnlgable; will sell all or
part. Itox 46, city.
FOR SALE F uinlt ure and household
goods of a four-room house.
Inl5 North Fourth street.
FOR SALE Restaurant ; a first class
European restaurant, furnished, and
doing a good business, run In con
nection with the Victoria hotel.
Only litopean restaurant In town.
Money maker for right party. Pres
ent owner must leavo for California.
Address, Box I'S. iteming, N. M.
FijR SALliEngiiie. Owing to en-
la:g!ng our power plant we offer for
sale one 8x12, 30-horse power, 2S5
revolution Buckeye automatic cut
off engine, for 1250. Can he seen In
operation at our mill. It Is an ex
cellent machine. The John Becker 1
company, Helen. N. M. I
F ( )R SALE- FiuVm m.iii brick hoiir-e,
city water, scp-ened porches, stable,
chlck'n house, sbaile trees, two f.H
foot lot, all fenced; $25u In cash,
balance as rent. N. Peach & Co,
real esta'e dealers. 2t)8 West Gold
Title With Every Sale
D. K. B. Sellers, Mgr.
for Each innri1on
calaan mast be In the office before i e'etork
attest loa thai is lives to sat broaght to office.
FOR SALE A fine piano, reasonable;
apply at this office.
FOR SALE Handsome furniture,
suitable for residence of four or
five rooms. For particulars, call at
The Citizen office.
OWNER NEEDS MONEY $500 wilt
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
li eet in town. This is a bargain.
Address P. O. B. 114. city.
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 aa high
as $200.00. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year Riven. Goods re
main In your possession. Our rate
are reasonable. Call and aee OS 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.
Fair week la coming. We want all
kinds 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, swampers, labor
ers, etc., for camp work; first-class
blacksmith, brldgemen, bridge car
penters, bridge helpers, 1 first-clasa
planer, 1 good Xrd man for imer
camp. Flrsi-c'aas man o take "re
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 195 Red Upstairs
110 South Second Street
Numerous and Worthless.
Everything Is la the name when It
comes to Witch Hazel Salve. E. C. De
Witt & Co., of Chicago, discovered
some years ago how to make a salve
from Witch Hazel that Is a specific
for piles. For blind, bleeding, Itching
and protruding piles, eczema, cuts,
ImrnA, bruises and ail skin diseases
De Witt's Salve has no equal. This
has glvn rise to numerous worthless
counterfeits. Ask for De Witt's the
genuine. Sold by all druggists.
Have your float built and sign work
done by Stacy & Co., the only union)
sign writers in town. Quler's old
stand. Auto phone, 454; Colorado
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3. SO wa.k
FOR WM. JENKS' ESMERALDA
HIGH CLASS FRUIT. GREEN LA
BEL, GO TO A. J. MALOY AND JAF
FA GROCERY CO.
Accidents will happen, hut the best ;
regulated families 1m i p Dr. Thomas':
Electric Oil for such emergencies. It
subdues the pain and heals the hurts. j
Clothes cleaned, pressed and dyed.
All clothes called f(r and delivered. '
2of, West Silver avenue. Auto phone
721. O. D. Hoffman, proprietor.
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM
My merchant tailoring shop Is up
stairs over No. 20'J 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 1 use will cot
: injure the cloth. Ladles' garments
' fllon .lonnaf a n ,4 walbl nn .11 p(. rr n A n
to order. Give me a trial.
'llsill Catarrh quickly yields to treat,
tneiit by lily's Crcum liulm, which ii ugrce.
b!y arumutio. It is received through the
nostrils, cleanses and beuls the whole sur.
face over which it Uitfuses itself. Druggute
sell the Coe. si.u; 'irml size by uia.l, It)
c Liti. Test it uud yuu urc buro to continue
To accoii.uioUiiti: tb !! who are jxirtifd.
to tho Use of ateii.iers in npplving Injmils
Into the im.si.1 a , .aes i T ruiurr,"! fvu. '
!.', the .Mp! ,. t..r pr t are ( ream l.alrn in
liquid lei in, wiii'h widle l.ii.j a u a i
Liquid Cn am L.iiiii. l iico i;e In ! : g the
ipruyiuRtuioi ? nt Dr.vnisU or i.j
limit 'J he liquid furru cir.huUii s U.tj ii.tii
inal prupui.. i of 'i.j vul.d j rtj.au ti"U.
Southwestern Brewery & lee Company
Auto. Plione 292.
ASK FOR, DIAMOND ICE.
Q Auto phone, 316. Bell phone, 115.
q A. BORDERS, runrl Director mnt mblmer q
I Black or White Hearse, $5.00. Commercial Club BoUdlnc A
Q CITY UNDERTAKER. q
I The St. Elmo R38Jl I
WIsa s, BraniUss. Ets.
JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop.
' ' SAMPLE AND
J20 West Railroad Arena CLUB ROOMS
J. C. HALDRIDGE
NATiVK AND CHICAGO LUMBER
Covers more, looks best, wears
longest, most economical, full
FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE.
A. C. BILICKE. JNO. S. MITCHJSLL.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA.
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOM MODATIONS.
REASONABLE PRICES. SPLENDID RESTAURANT.
New Mexicans and Arizonlans spending the summer on the beachea
are welcome to tne use of our Ladies' parlors and Gentlemen's waiting
rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and writing material
f.ce. Ladles and children weleome.
All Depot cars stop at the Hollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
R. P. MALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Castings; Oro, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaftings,
Pulleys, Grado Bars, Babbit -Metal; Columns and Iron Front for
Ropmlrm on Mining mnd Mill Machinery a Mpoolaltr
Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
Central Building Supplies
Both Phones Third and Marquette
QUICKEL & BOTHE, Proprietors
BAR AND CLUB ROOMS
FINE RESTAURANT IN CONN1XTION. Finest Whiskies. Imported
and Domestic Wines and Cokuhp. The coolest and highest grade ot
laser served. Finest and best Iluipoited and Domestic Cigars.
Cit'zen Want Ads Bring The Best Results
fMine a Hit
le what w mr dolna mumry
one who Ma iIWmi fla
vor and strengthening aja!HI .
There la no warm WNtlwr bow
rage the oan eompar wfttt
thie refreshing tfrink an a wmi in
day.. It la net only ale ant to
taete, but la Invigorating anal
wholeeeme. $3 pmr casa of Im
dozen ajuartoa; 2 par caao off
two docen pints.
Colo. Phono t3
Residence Auto phone. No. MS.
Tho best machine la the
world. This la o experi
ment, bat hast been toot
ed and tried, aad kaa
200.000 In aao. If row
are Interested In typewri
ters call or add
GEO. S, RAMSEY
401 W. R. R. Are.
General Agent btr
BUILDINO PAPER Always
stock. Plaster, Lime, Cement,
Paint, Glass, Sash Doora. etc
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.