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ALHUQUKKQUK EVENING C1T1ZEX
MONDAY, OCT. 18, 1905.
SOME DIG SHOP
Superintendent of Machinery
Bean Says They are
AND WILL BE EXTENSIVE
I oar and caught Trout man on the Jaw.
1 li 1 . . V. I, 1 a tArw nnlnfnl
on tio bones were broke, and the
gritty foreman was able to be at the
stork Jards today attending to the
loading of a large shipment of cattle.
(',cneral Air Hiake Inspector IX M
Lewis, of the Santa Fp. arrived In the
city Saturday night from the north. In
charge of t lie air brake Instruction ear
No. !"i'. Mr. I-wis spent yester
day and today In the city making
demonstrations fur the benefit of lo
(Hl trainmen, and will leave for the
west tonight. Gallup will be his next
Superintendent of Machineiy S. L.
Bean, of the Santa Fe coast lines, who
Is In the city Inspecting some Im
provements that are being made at
the. local shops, said that morning tliat
much of the work of Improvement ut
the local shops, which bad been plan
ned by the company In the early sum
mer, segregating a cost of :'5o,u00,
was being held up because they were
not. thought by him to be extensive
enough to be adequate to the work ex
pected to be done ai the local shops.
The work of widening the transfer ta
ble, which was one of the big Im
provements planned In the s'.ituiucr, ts
well under way. and Mr. liean said
that he was very well satisfied with
it as far as it had progressed. The
widening ot the transfer table has
been going on for the past six weeks.
This transfer table will have a ce
ment founds! ion.
The other Improvements, which
were planned, will be made during the
winter, if the heads of the roads can
get together on what is wanted, and
It is more than likely that they wb.
be more extensive than those contem
plated by R. U. Burns, chief engineer
of the coast lines, when he gave The
Evening Citizen an interview in Au
gust. Mr. Hean has recommende
that ttip planned impiovemeiits were
not laige enough to cope with the
woik which will come to the local
shops, .-and that ihey should be made
more extensive. Mr. Mean's recom
mendations are now unSer considera
tion by the mechanical department.
If Mr. Bean's recommendations are put
into execution the Albuquerque shops
wii' bo brough: up to a par with the
shops at Topeka, which are the most
extensive on the Santa Fe.
Mr. Bean is accompanied by Mrs.
Bean, and they will leave on their re
turn to Ios Argeles tomorrow night.
Regarding business on the coast
lines, Mr. Bean says that there Is a
large Increase this year over the
business of last year, In both the pas
senger and freight departments. The
San Francisco business has made an
especially large increase. .
Engineer Jeff Roberts and wife,
passed through this city Saturday
night from Kansas to their home in
A fireman Is wanted on the Glorieta
mountain, and the oldest man in the
service will receive the Job by apply
ing within five days.
Henry Englebreth, a well known
Santa Fe fireman with a run out of
this city, has returned from an ex
tended eastern trip. He has resumed
John Leonard, -who formerly held a
.,throttle on the Central, but Is now on
the Santa Fe running out of Raton
, visited friends in Estancia one day
William Bailey, an Alamogordo
blacksmith, employed by the South
western, may lose an eye as the re-
suit of an accident one day last week.
By a rebouiyi of his sledge hammer
fils glafses were broken and a piece
or gias entered the eye.
The Southern Pacific has made a
deposit with the state government,
amounting to $540,000, to guarantee
tne construction of the line between
Guaymaa and Guadalajara. The road
nas aireaay maae contracts with con
tractors for 50,000 tons of steel rails,
J. R. Farwell, chief engineer of the
Albuquerque Eastern railway, with
headquarteis at Albuquerque, and
wife, left Santa Fe Saturday for Es.
tancla, where Mr. Farwell will attend
to railroad business. Mrs. Farwell
will go to Antelope Springs for
Chauncey A. W. Depew, who w
, badly crippled in a wreck about two
years ago, while running as conduc
tor on the Carrlzozo branch of the
soutbwestein, has Just returned from
corpus t,nnstie, lexas, and is stop-
Ping in tA raso a few days before tak
ing nis old run.
jonn v. Key, engineer, connected
witn tne Santa Fe at WHlard. was
visitor to E.stancia the' other day. He
was lOLKing tor several teams, for
'.vhlch be has steady work for some
time ai gool isy. He was not sue
cekciui, as most or the teams at Es
tancla are Luby.
ii. I., lirumbaueh, who baa been
nignt yardmaster for the Santa Fe fo
a year past, has resigned and will
leave in a few days for Little Rock
A-1. ... I - A .
wut-iu ue eoes 10 lane a resnon-
sible position with the Iron Mountain
railway. James Walters, of Las Ve
gas, will become night yardinaster in
the local yards.
MISS HELEN GOULD
AS SHE IS TODAY
I. K. Shmkhart, of Galveston, who
was recently appointed to the posi
tion of acting nuditor of the Santa Fe,
vice J. E. Baxter, is strictly an Albu
querque boy, and his many friends
here are pleased to learn of his promo
tion. In this city a few years ago, he
was Joined in inarrlngo to Miss Has
sle Bell, sister of James and William
Bell. Mrs. F. F. Trotter and Mrs. W. u.
McMilllon, and from here went to
Gallup, where ho worked under W. W.
Pope, auditor of the Gulf division of
the Santa Fe.
WORK PROCEEDING ON
RATON'S NEW RAILROAD.
The Utah Construction company,
which has the contract for the con
struction of 120 miles of the roadbed
of the St. Louis, Rocky Mountain &
Pacific railway from Cimarron to the
proposed connection of the road with
the Colorado & Southern at Des
Moines, Union county, is now work
ing on the grade south of Preston, a
town on the Hebron-Van Houten
branc h of the 'Santa Fe twelve miles
below Raton, Colfax county.
LONGEST BRIDGE IN
THE ENTIRE WORLD.
Some authenticity Is now given to
the report that Cairo will soon have
the longest bridge in the world, and
one that will cost in the neighbor
hood of $10,000,000. This bridge will
pan the Ohio river from Cairo to a
point on the Kentucky shore. A spur
of the bridge will also span the Miss-
ssippl to Bird's Point, on the Mis
The Cairo, WIekllffe, Mayfield &
Norfolk railroad is at the head of the
gigantic enterprise, and a preliminary
meeting has been already held, accord-
ng to the report of Genet ai Manager
Delano of the above named road, to ar
range for starting the work at once.
A terminal company will also be organ-
zed for the interest of other railroads
who wish to use the bridge.
The famous daughter of Jay Gould
has a curious aversion to photograph
ers. Site has sat for but very few all
her life, and not at all of recent years.
Thus what pictures have appeared In
the newspapers have been copies of
a picture taken ten years or more
The accompanying photograph Is
from a snapshot Hashed In Detroit a
few days ag-v Ml Gould was at
tending a convention and a photo
grapher "cntniit" her as she was leav
ing the hall.
At the same moment and the ex
pression of her face shows It she also
caught the photographer at work.
TO ESTABLISH ROUTE
ON NEW ROAD.
C. H. Charleton, inspector In the
government railway mail service, witfi
headquarters in St. Louis, has Just
completed a trip of inspection over
the Farmington extension of the Den
ver & Rio Grande railroad, for the
purpose of reporting the advisability
of establishing a railway mall seTvlce
on the new line.
The mail between Durango-Aztec-
Farmington is still carried by stage.
The people of San Juan county are
very anxious to have the mail carried
by train, as it would save one day.
As it now stands the stage leaves Du-
ranga at 7 o'clock in the morning, and
does not reach Farmington until 7
p. m., and the same hours in return
ing. By train mail will arrive In Aztec
and Farmington in time to get outim-
portant replies uy return man. upon
Mr.' Charleton's report depends trans
fer f:om Btage to train service.
Mr. Charleton, upon his return to
Durango, Wednesday, stated that his
report would be favorable to the es
tablishment of the service, and the
same would be placed In operation
Just as soon as the report reaches the
department and can be acted upon.
STATE BLACKMAIL OF
Washington, D. C, Oct. 16. Something like a sensation has been created
by a condition of affairs which has been disclosed by the bureau of corpora
tion's examination of life Insurance business.
The federal records show. It is claimed, that there exists a form of
blackmail, by state authorities, other than legislatures, and over and above
the state taxes imposed. This blackmail goes under t'ne name of "super
The bureau's statistics show that 28 states,' in the year 1902, received
from insurance companies, exclusive of taxes, over $5,000,000 more than
they expended in the supervision of those companies.
A pertinent Illustration is the case of the Wisconsin insurance depart
ment, which last year collected over $500,000 from insurance companies, while
less than $20,000 was required for the administration of the department.
North Carolina collects over $200,000 from insurance companies, while
less than $j,000 is required for the mainenance of tne department.
The insurance committtee of the American Bar association, after mak
ing an examination of the records in Washington this summer, wrote as
part of its report in favor of legislation.
"While there are in many states capable and efficient commissioners or
superintendents who are engaged In the conscientious performance of their
duties, the principal occupation of these officials in other states is to draw
their salaries and accept the certificates Issued by the standard insurance
states, such as New York, Massachusetts and Connecticut, of the insolv
ency, etc., of companies of those states."
Conductor L. A. Fuller, who has
been on one of the cinder trains on
the Canyon road, had the misfortune
the first of last week to have one of
the heavy Iron aprons, which lie be
tween the cais, fall on his left leg.
As a consequence", he has been taking
an enforced vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan O. Kennedy in
tend to leave Santa Fe early next
month, and will probably make their
home at hi Paso Texas. Mr. Kennedy
will be In Santa Fe shortly on his re
turn from an official trip along the
Santa Fe Pacific. The gentleman Is a
well known civil engineer and sur
veyor, and is connected with that roau.
The Chloride train now runs from
Kingman, the Needles trip having
been abandoned. A crew Is stationed
at Kingman and will make regular
tri weekly trips, as under the old
schedule. A dailv train has been put
on the Barnwell branch. As soon ae
business Justifies a dally train will be
put on be tween Kingman and Chlor
ide. George Troutman, foreman of the
bauta Fe stock yards, is suffering
from a badly lacerated Jaw, the Tesult
of Luing kicked in the face by a Texas
steer. Mr. Troutraan, while engaged
in loading cattle at the stockyards on
Saturday afternoon, got too close to a
car loaded with cattle, and one of the
bteers kicked through the laf of the
MISSOURI'S PIGMY ROAD OF - -SIX
MILES, THREE MEN
One of the smallest and at the same
time queerest steam railroads in the
country la located in Missouri, with
terminals at Exeter and CassvUle. It
is called the Cassvllle & Western rail
way, and is Just six miles long. Ex
eter is a small town on the "Frisco
railroad, near Monett, Mo., and the
pigmy road makes connections with
the 'Frisco. The entire equipment of
the road consists of two small engines,
two combination baggage and passen
ger cars and one freight oar. On the
company's pay roll are turee men, an
engineer, who is his own fireman.
brakeman, and a third, who fills the
offices of conductor, agent, express
man, and express-agent. The line
has been In operation for twelve years
and is said to be a paying Institution
Cassvllle Is six miles east of Ex
eter, the track being down grade the
entire distance. Each day the engine
pulls the two coaches up the hill to
Exeter, and, upon the arrival of the
first passenger train on the 'Frisco
main line, leaves for Cassvllle with
one coach, carrying passengers and
The second coach Is left at Exeter
until the arrival of a later passenger
train on the main line of the 'Frisco
Any passengers for Cassvllle are
placed aboard the coach, which is in
charge of the brakeman, and the re
turn trip made, gravity being the mo
tive power. The pace Is slow, owing
to the frequent application of the
brake to prevent the car getting be
yond the control of the man in charge,
No one has ever been killed or In
Jured on this novel road, althougn
the freight car once got away from the
employes and coasted clown the hill
from Exeter to CassvUle, wrecking
some of the terminal buildings.
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WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
The Store of
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' We have Juat received a large shipment of Knit Goods, which
were bought many month ago long before the rise In the
wool market, and will tell them at correspondingly low pricea. For Instance:
$2.00 to 25c
1.25 to 65c
45c to 25c
Children's Skirts, $1.00 to 35c
Ladies' Skirts, 2.50 to 40c
Shawl Fascinators, 2.00 to 25c
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CRISIS OF GIRLHOOD
A TIME' OF PAIN AND PERIL
Miss Emma Ools Bays that Lydla B
Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound bas
Saved Ber Life and Made Her Well
MISS HELEN GOULD.
NAVAJO INDIAN BOY8
Nothing has been heard
three Navajo Indian boys
away from the training
Santa Fe several days ago.
rule, an employe, at the school, has
been out for four days in search of
the truants, but could learn nothing
of their -whereabouts. .He traveled
over 250 miles on this trip. Mr. Ou
rule left again for Guam, where he
will again make search for the fugi
tives. Superintendent Crandall has
given him orders that he stay around
the Navajo country until the boys are
captured, and not to come back to
the school until he succeeds.
INFANT SON DIES
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Staab, formerly of Santa Fe, but now
living in Oklahoma! where Mr. Staab
Is In the insurance busnless, will re
gret to learn that the son recently
born to them has died.
A postofflce has been established at
Gascon, Mora county, to be served
from Roclada, five miles south. Harry
L. Cutler has been appointed post
A postofflce has been established
at the Indian village of Seama, Va
lencia county, to be served from La-
guna, eight miles to the east. Sarah
B. Young has been appointed post
Receipts of Internal Revenue for Sep
The prosperity of New Mexico an
Arizona Is well illustrated by the re
ceipts of internal revenue as shown
In the report of H. P. Hardshar,
United States Internal revenue" collec
tor for New Mexico and Arizona, for
the month of September. The total
receipts for the month were $5,154.01
an Increase over the corresponding
month of last year of 344 per cent.
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A. S. BARNEY, T. P. A., Santa Fe, New Mex.
Engineer C. Curretn, of Winslow, in
charge of the engine pulling No. 8,
which arrived In this city last night,
one and one-half hours late, had a
narrow escape yesterday morning from
an awful death, and but for his hero
ism the entire train would probably
have gone Into the ditch. hile run
ning at an ordinary rate of 6peed and
when near Luna station, twenty-five
miles west of Gallup, one of the side
rods en the engine broke. The flying
rod immediately reduced that side of
the engine c&h to kindling wood.
Curreui owes his life to the fact that
a second before the accident he had
stepped back to the engine tender to
gt a drink, and was not in the cab
when the accident occurred. The fire
man Jumped when the rod first hit
the cab, and was severely bruised.
The brave engineer, knowing that
hundreds of lives ou the train behind
bis engine were in danger, stuck to bis
post ,and at the risk of instant death
stepped into the cab, shut off the
throttle and brought his engine to a
stop, it waa necessary to send to
Gallup for another engln to pull the
train to that point.
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Strength, and when from any cause this vital stream of life becomes impov
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sutler from a general broken-down condition of health. The system is weak
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ing it. The Liver and Kidneys, failing to receive the proper stimulation and
nourishment from the blood, grow inactive and dull, and the waste matters
and bodily impurities that should pass off through these channels of nature
are left in the system to pioduce Rheumatism, Catarrh, Sores and Ulcers,
Skin Diseases or some other blood disorder. When the Hood is in this weak
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From Willard, N. M., Sept. 27, three
horses of the following description:
Hay horse branded KL-N on left hip.
Hay horse," branded N on left hip.
black horse, branded N on left hip.
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