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ALBUQUEUQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1905.
Gain in Amount of Construc
tion Work in Progress is
IT EXCEEDS ALL PAST RECORDS
No diminution In activity on t lie
part of the builders has been ap
parent during the last thirty days.
Actual conditions have been, nearer
the direct opposite. Homes are being
built as rapidly as at any time with
in many months past, while some of
the largest building operations ever
undertaken In Albuquerque aro now
With the handsome new Staab
building1 on West Railroad avenue
nearlng completion, with the com
mencing of stone work on the big A.
Romero building on South First street
' and the building of many residences
throughout the city, there has been
'a call for an Immense number of work-
', men, and there has been no excuse
for Inactivity on the part of any ca-
; pable workman.
The builders grow even more op
timistic as the full advances. The
latet Improvements on whicu utn
has begun are so substantial that the
contractors declare there Is no longer
the slightest opportunity for failure.
The force which are working for Al
buquerque are so strong that the city
cannot help but advance more rap
Idly with each coming month.
. there is still a great scarcity of
workmen. Carpenters, bricklayers,
stonemasons, plasterers, painters and
other mechanics are needed in great
er numbers than they can be secured.
The great majority of buildings under
construction are. to a certain extent,
rush contracts, and the demand for
men is keener than it might other
wise be. The contractors are all
called upon to bring their work to
completion with all possible haste.
The large construction operations
are being rushed along at the great
est possible speed in most cases.
Work on the new Presbyterian
church edifice on the corner of Sil
ver avenue and Fifth street, is pro
gressing rapidly, and before many
months the church will be ready for
occupancy. When completed, the
structure will cost in the neighbor
hood of $20,000. On this Kpular ave
nue, the German Lutheran congrega
tion have also commenced the erec
tion cf a hand.some church edifice.
All the frame work on the two-story
residence of Street Commissioner
Martin Tierney on the corner of
Fruit avenue and Fifth street, has
been completed. It Is expected that
the nouse will V ready for occupancy
before many weeks. It Is a very su'b
stantlal dwelling, and one of the most
conspicuous homes In that section of
the city. . ..
., Toe beautiful, residence, of J. A.
Weinmann in Park Place Is assuming
proportions Thi- residence ie be
ing wnstaaGte(L;.DU.t, Of.. Cent stone
blocks, which material is becoming
very popular for building purposes in
the west.1 If Is expected that the resi
dence will foe completed In the course
of a few months.
The addition to Sturges European
hotel has been completed. ' The ex
tension rung the length of : the hotel
proper, and Is twenty-five feet in
width and two stories in height. The
ground floor of the new addition will
be used for the hotel cafe, while the
second floor will greatly Increase the
rooming accommodations of the hotel'.
All stone work has been completed
on the store building of J. H. Shuf
flobarger on West Gold avenue. The
interior work ie just beginning, and
this is expected to lie finished within
a few weeks. The building is one of
the most substantial in the 200 block
and adds materially to (he appear
ance of the block.
T. K. Gargin, manager of the West
ern I'nion Telegraph cumpAny. in
this city, Is erecting a modern five-
room cottage on North Twelfth street
between Fruit and New York ave
nues. When completed Mr. Gargin
and family will occupy it as a resi
lience. Charles K. Quter. t!ie painter and
paper hanger, is building a comforta
ble seven-room cottage on North
Fourth street, between Roma and
Fruit avenues. It will be completed
before winter sets in and will be oc
cupied by Mr. Quier and his family.
Thelin brothers are constructing two
double cottages on North- Fourth
street, between Slate and Marble.
The material being used is cement
Stone, aud the cottages, when com
pleted, will make six residences that
the Thelitis own on North Fourth.
Work has been commenced on the
handsome stone residence of Ir. C.
H. Cams, on West Gold avenue. It
Is to Ix) a large house, two stories
in height, anil will, when completed.
be among the most elegant private
residences in the city,
. City Engineer 1 'it t Ross has Jusl
completed a handsome two-story ref-idi-nce
on West Railroad avenue. Mr.
ltos and f.imily will move into their
new ii siileni e .-nine time the ruining
R. Micks is biiibtiiig two modern
five-room houses in Coronado place.
In addition to the above buildings
and residences thai aiv now under
course of const ruc;'.nn. there are many
others, which The Citizen, on ac
count of lack of space, is prevented
from mentioning. In its regular
weekly real est me articles, 'miwever,
this paper will keep the public and
outside world posted on what Albu
querque Is doing in the way of build
ing and now the city is growing.
Pro-.i.lcnt Tighi will leave for the
e;.st In a J-'W d.iv.- on a nusii.e-s ir.'i.
The students of the college depart
ment met In .-it Mjday and effected a
closer organization. Tonight they
give a Hallowe'en part y in the n-v-cnv
bly joum of the administration build
ing. The library has r-Mcived thirtv new
book, credited to the English depart
ment.. They hi.- for the use of the
class pursuing the novel reading
The girls' basket bull team has re
frelved a challenge from the basket
ball team of the A. M, college for
game to ho flayed" cn Thanksgiving
Day, at Mesllla Park. It Is hoped
that the "varsity team will be a strong
one, able to meet the fast team of the
"The .School Ijtwa of New Mexico"
Is the title of a paper now being pre
pared by Prof. Hodgen ot be pub
lished soon as a bulletin or the Uni
versity. Yesterday morning. Prof. Asplund
sioke in the assembly room on "The
History of Manuscripts," dealing es
pecially with the writing material
used in classical times.
MEMBERS DISCUS3 GREAT MEN
AND THEIR WORK AT FRIDAY
The members of the art depart
ment of the Woman's Club met yes
terday afternoon in the club rooms
in the Commercial Club building.
Mrs. C. H. Connor presided -ver the
Mrs. Mary J. Borden read an Inter
esting paper upon the life and work
of John I. a Farge. Mrs. Connor read
a paper on Thomas Nash, the artist
reformer, whose cartoons are consid
ered the greatest In history. Mrs.
Wilson followed with a paper on Os
Several excellent instrumental se
lections were rendered by Mrs. Cas
sldy, and vocal selections by other
members of tae club. The meeting
yesterday afternoon was quite largely
attended and waa one of the most suc
cessful held this season.
NEW ROAD OPENED
TO INDIAN SCHOOL
RUNS FROM THE EXTENSION OF
FOURTH STREET TO GOVERN
MENT INSTITUTION AND FILLS
LONG FELT WANT.
The new road to the Indian School,
running from the extension of Fourth
street west to the school was opened
for traffic today. The completion of
this road, after many months of agita
tion, during which time extensive im
provements to the Indian School have
been held In the balance, means that
these improvements will now be com
menced mid pushed rapidly "to com
The building of this new road was
made possible by the bard -work of
Superintendent James K. Allen, of the
school, and the generosity of the busi
ness men of Albuquerque, who sirh
scrilied liberally to a fund to buibl
the road. The road has been badly
needed for some time, and will furn
ish a short and handy route to the
WIRELESS TELEGRAPH STATION
. WILL S09N Bh WORKING
OF AMERICAN DEFOREST COM
PANY NOW INSTALLING STA
TION AT EL PASO.
In. the course of only a few dayfi'tbe
American DeForest Wireless Tele
graph company will have Its-static in
Albuquerque in working order and
this city will have communication
with all parts of th world by means
of She wireless teX'graph
C. F. LeMountaln. of this city, rep
resenting the American DeForest
Wireless Telegraph company in New
Mexico, lg now in El Paso, where he
Is making arrangements to establish
a branch station in the Pass City.
It is expected that he will finish the
work there in a few days, and upon
his return to Albuquerque the station
here will probably be put In active
The pole for the local station has
arrived and it will probably be set up
In Traction park. It is a mammoth
affair and will extend 180 feet into
the air. The company will have a
down town station, probably at the of
fice of the Surety Investmont com
pany. A person wi-hinrr to send a' message
will turn it in at the ttptown office,
just as he would iu: n iu l message
at either of the mrrr lelugraph of-1
tices. anil the cleric there will repeat!
It over the toU-ph(ine to the operator
at the wipdess stition, and he will
do the rest. ' ,
PROMISED PGR TOMORROW
ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FOOT
BALL TEAM WILL MEET AMER
ICAN LUMBER COMPANY TEAM
AT FAIR GROUNDS,
There le much room for speculation
on the foot ball game thai will be
played at Traction Park tomorrow af
ternoon between the Albuquerque
Athletic association eleven and an
eleven from the American Lumber
company mills. Neither team has ap
peared on the gridiron as yet, and
both are unknown quantities. How
ever, if one listens to the members
of either organization, there will be
two victories in one game. Both
teams feel confident of winning, and
will go into the game expecting to
win. With this clement of confidence
existing in each team, the scrap is
likely to I.e. a lively one.
The Albuquerque line up will be se
lected from the following players:
Hi-oAii. Anderson, Scottie. Stainin,
Milliner, Benjamin, Sn.i'h, or'ix, !
llaie, F. Male, Mollin.in. Fluke. HtaM,,
!iugh-s. All. eis McCuire ;md Strtnn-
NORRIS WILL NOT
MOLEST MS WIFE
M P. M tin roe and E. K. Not lis
cailed ell Tht Citizen this atleiu ion,
in regard to an Item in this paper
yesterday afternoon relative to Nor-ii.-.
Mr. M inline, who resides ut No.
311 East Cromwell avenue, states that
Nonis ealiie to bis residence iiuliiedl
uuly alter liein dismissed from tins
hospital, and did not leave his bouse
limil he W as accompanied by M inl
ine to the law' ollice ol R. W. D Bty
an. Nn'iis says, positive!, that he
has not .'alli-d at the re-ideii'-e of his
v;fe since the unfortunate occurrence,
and i hen tore, iias uiveii her no cause
for uneasiness. Norm admits that,
divorce papers were M-rwd upon him.
nut denies that it is his intention to
limies-t or d'sturii Mrs. Noiris i n any
manner iu tie future.
Sootii" itching shin. iUaM outs t
tiiinw u'iiliiBil J sir -Ji r. ("'lift iiiV-. '-
! zt-ina, s:!t rhcMim, any itching. Duau
'ointment. Your druggist "ells it.
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
DECLINES TO BE
D. 8. ROSENWALD SAYS OWING TO
PERSONAL BUSINESS HE CAN
Albuquerque, N. M., Oct. 27.
Mr. W. T. McCreight, Chairman Exec
utive Committee of the Territorial
Fair Association, City.
Dear Sir: Upon thorough Investi
gation concerning the time Involved
to successfully and conscientiously
fill the position of secretary of the
Territorial fair as held here annually,
I find the remarks made by me after
my election on the evening of the
23rd fully substantiated. These re
marks were to the effect that owing
to my business connections 1 thought
It would be Impossible f r me to ac
cept the honor tendered me, inasmuch
as I felt that it would be a il.tficu.l
matter for me to do both jusui.. to
the business with which 1 am ct;iu,i i.t
ed and also to tile business of the
Territorial Fair association, and I,
therefore, deem it but justice to those
who have placed this confidence In
me to tendeirniy resignation owing to
the facts above mentioned.
Regretting that I am compelled to
take this step and assuring you of
any assistance In my power to further
the Interests of the Twenty-sixth Ter
Verv trulv yours,
D. S. ROSENWALD.
AND BERTHOLd" SPITZ
RESIGNS VICE PRESIDENCY
This afternoon, at 3 o'clock, the fol
lowing resignation of Bertold Spitz, to
act as vice president of the next ter
ritorial fair, was received:
Albuquerque, Oct. 28. 1!06.
W. T. McCreight, Esq., Chairman Ex
ecutive Committee Fair Asspclailon,
City. - -
Dear Sir: As the fair association
needs essentially the unremitting ef
forts of those who are able to do the
work Justice, I am compelled to here
with tender my resignation as vice
president of the aatoaatit n Abso
lutely sure thai my buntess duties
would prevent me from fulfilling the
oMlgr.tii n.s that the office wuu'd in
cur, I ask you to have this resignation
take effect at once.
Thanking all thoao who ?xteridd to
me this courtesy and assuring the as
Fociation otherwise of rr.y hearty sup
port in fimhevi-,.; tht lr eliorls toward
t. :u i". . I '; n;u,
i juig trul ,
l'KKl Ot.'J SPITZ.
RUN INTO ALBUQUERQUE TO BE
USED FOR TAKING THE CITI
ZENS PRESS REPORTS.
A larce gang of Western Union line
men brought in the new lu copper
wire direct from Denver yesterday af
ternoon. This makes the fifteenth
wire for the local office. It waa ren
dered necessary by the heavy in
crease in business during, the past
This new wire means vastly im
proved service for Albuquerque, as it
relieves the congestion of business on
the afternoon Associated Press wire,
which furnishes The Citizen - Ks re
ports, and provides. another outlet for
the Increasing business. '
. A number of other improvements
are being made in the local fflae. The
commodious room in the rear which
has just been completed will be utiliz
ed as a battery room while the large
front room wlil be pewly papered and
fitted up with entirely new furniture.
This will be used as the ofllce and
operating room. Three new quartette
operating tables have just been re
ceived. These with the other up to
date telegraph equipment which Is be
ing installed will add nftich to the
appearance and usefulness of the new
KILLED MANY GROUSE
J. E. Haines, Roderick Stover, Her
bert Brooks and Fred Fisher returned
last night from a two weeks' hunting
trip on the Pecos mountains. They
found deer scarce but grouse plentiful
and had plenty of the latter to eat.
Their camp was pitched on the upper
Cow creek, which they found after the
time they were to be out had about
expired was too high for deer. The
deer were lower down on the moun
tains. Snow fell to the depth of about
rfne foot and after it had crusted trail
Ing deer was hard work.
Roast chicken and oyster dressing
and port and sweet potatoes and nut
cream pie, at the Columbus hotel for
The C lory of
Nil ire, il jlone, will curt for itself;
Uui m.'..t liavr 'mn tttic at tome prt-hiitonr
time, but tin." tnr age it ha not ben IcM
aiooe, but ht been b-und down and lettered
by Um ub -i v 4 ;.. rfnd man dale of aonety, il
Can mo longer ire I ff iuc.t.
Al do lin.e du- ;ht truth of thta appeal to m
more tuoujly tlui i tint period t a woman 'x
Ufa when u Lx ut to Uecon a atuthar .
Kdtuia pint let siied at thi crista, and
far thta try cci ;.: t;etn.y
hutMcadrv- .' the inu.Jes n't titauca
imprisoned acH tokened aa they iiava baas
br th dra.i . ii htfchef i ivi, it jllca. may
luti'l m..,. i "-'l it uMant.fi and povailiit
Il litiin luTii, t.. . ..La, iur i.i' I, the Crra j
F Iur l.uandcd '.: n. '
M Mulbr's I r. . ' hv Ita kindlv ofT-ea aol'erfc
and rclaiea tr- " ' rtnan.l roltHrt ir e uioljiri
to ba, to pa,5 t '.ro .fth the pinurirm perioc
and actual a ... pa. t;....f nn utienng
to htrte I an i .r n v dell rei 7 ot !.er ul.ipnr.. .
U la at ; -c. r . ' .Ally as a naae, and 11.
a aou-tn - 'l.uig, ar. 1 lual c'tliafluui.
hru..i .t. ?t..-3. A.) d.'.i.iila. Our boo
Mi.t.eJ!'.'M'4 ' 1 .-..I lira uu request.
BrsdflaS-l Tlagulator Co.,
www" nnHijLiy apiwiiwwiiEM
ITOCH - MONEY ME7AI fcOOL
Closing quotations Received by Levy
B;os., Correspondents for Ixjgan
& Bryan. Harnett Building.
Amerii an Supar
HiUtiinore & Ohio
Brooklyn HaH"d Transit
Colorado. Fuel & Iron
Colorado Southern, common ...
Chicac. (Treat Western, common
Krie, comn n
Louisville & Nisnvi'le
New York Central
Reading, common '.
Kock Island, common
Rock Island, pfd
Republic Iron & Steel, common
Republic Iron & .Steel, pfd
Tennessee Coal & Iron'
Cnjon Pacific, common
V. S. S., common
V. S. pfd ;..
Waliash, common ...
Wabash, pfd . ... .
Wisconsin Central, pfd...'..
O. & V
Every fair minded person in the
city should hear Dr. Tight tomorrow
veuliiR at 7:30 in the Commercial
club building on "The Freedom of the
Individual Conscience in Religious
Thought." Miss Kremer, soloist.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Piano, horse, bugy and
harness, phonograph, sewing ma
chine, furniture for seven room
house, bed clothes and rugs, cook
ing utensils of all kinds. Leaving
and must be sold at once. Every
thing cheap. 18 W'efi, Fruit ave
nue. If you knew the facts about
Schillings Best, you wouldn't
bother with anvthinjr else in
those six lines at all.
Every body says so. vVhat? That
the White Elephant puts up tht
linen free lunch in town Saturday
s. r. VANN. o. o.
President of New Mexico Board of
First established optician In New
Mexico. Glasses fitted for poor sight,
headache and nervous strain.
Office Room 9, Whiting block. Ap
pointments made at Vaon's drug
JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS STAGE LINE
Carries the United States mail;
only line with a change of stock en
route; good rliis. horses and drivers;
rig leaves Albuquerque every Monday,
Wednesday and Friday at & a. m. For
particulars, address W. L. Trimb',e &
Co., agents, Albuquerque, N. M., or J.
B. BLOCK, Proprietor, Perea, N. M.
Offer to supply you with anything In
our line, at prices that are fair and
square, and we are now making
On the Following
$12 Refrigerators $9
$8.75 Blue Flame Oil Stoves $6.75
$3 China Tea Sets $8
40c China Salad Bowls 25c
Decorated Haviland China, at 20
per cent discount.
76c Class Berry Sets 25c
35c Gla6 Water Pitchers 20c
$1.75 Decorated Lamps $125
$4.50 Decorated Lamps $3.25
$1 Steam Cereal Cookers 65c
50c Steam Egg Poachers 40c
$12.50 Buggy Harness $10.50
FOURTH ST. AND RAILROAD AVE.
Will : a!! .,-ir CAKI'HT,
iiori-: a ni wiNiiow ckean-
1NO, ani il'xtur v "r stove, at
the rate f -" c. i, s jier hour.
Phone Red, 271. Auto, 630.
311 Mil Sever,!) Street 31 1
The Golden Rule Dry
1,13 I L cm
,74;; X v
AN EXTRA OFFER IN WOMEN'S COATS
For $9.50 yoti can take yotir choice of over fifty new and
stylish Coats, assorted sixes, in shades of Black. Tan,
Castors and Fancy Mixtures. Coats are well worth $ 1 5
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Elks' Opera House
The Dainty Comedienne,
Paul Wllstach'g Comedy of the South,
Select Company of Players.
Original Complete Production, and
v Accessories, -i ,
EVERYTHING CARRIED COM
PLETE. Management of
D. L. WILLIAMSON.
Prices, 50c, 75c and $1.
Seats on sale Thursday, October
26, at Matson's book store.
NOVEMBER U E
DAVE B. LEVIS'
Grand Operatic Orchestra.
Car Load of Special Scenery.
Novel Mechanical Effects.
ALL NEW SPECIALTIES
WATCH FOR THE
NOTE THE PRICES 35c, 50c, 75c.
Scat on sale at Matron's book
store, Monday, October 3').
ISIDORE WITM ARK'S
Comedy OPERA Success
As l'H -si-nteil at tin- New Ynk thca-
ti r fur i lirce months.
C n METROPOLITAN C fl
OU COMPANY OU
NEW AND GORGEOUS PRODUCTION
ARTISTIC COSTUMES-NEW MUSIC
Beautifully Gowned Girls
I FUN EVERY MINUTE.
I See and hear the latest New York
J laughing success.
The Whole Dam Family
PRICES 75c, $1 and $1.50. Seats
on sale Tuesday, October 31,
at 9 o'clock.
BIG STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
J Carpets. Rugs, Matting, Linoleum, o
Curtains, Portieres and Draperies
0 And also a full Una of - -
Blankets, Comforts and Pillows
Our prices re
Albert Faber, 305 Railroad Avenge
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart snd warm your house when
It's cold. Fill your bins for next win
ter now, and avoid the rush.
American Block Coal, the best Gallup
mined; Ceriillos bump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of turd coal.
Factory Wood, $.1 full load. Crocn
Mill Wood, IJ.'.'S full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD,
Auto. 'Phone, 416. Colo. 'Phone, 45.
I .t.'?f,i, t ' I
ALL THE GIRLS
I.IK 10 ont AI.MONI) ItKNZOIN AM) WITCH 1IAZKI, CKEAM,
HKCAfSK IT'S T1IK l'.KST I'KKI'.VItATION MAIHi KDIt KKKH
i.Vti TIIK I'M K AMI HANKS SMOOTH, WH1TK AND SOFT. HOLD
B. H. OfflCCS & CO
First St. and Cold Ave. Props. Alvarado Pharmacy. Both Phones.
0 Auto 'hone, 31G. l! II phone. Hi. K sldeuce Auto thone. No. 2V9.
q Am JOrtOCnSf runor! Director mnd entbatmer q
Black or White Hearse, $3.00. CommerciaJ Club Building. 4
q CITY UNDEKTAKER.
1 1 1
re showinj .r ths ran g
and Winter -son, new do- Q
signs In 6
Electric & Construction Co.
Electrical Pumping Plants
Of Every Description
Agenta for the Crocker
Wheeler Dynamos aa4
Store and Residence' Wi
lng a Specialty. All
work fully guaranteed.
Agents for the celebrate!
"Oyrofana." See thena
In European Hotel Res
taurant. We give tickets for the
Member National Elec
trical Contractors' As
soc la t Ion.
216 SOUTH SECOND ST.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
Room 18, N. T. Armljo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
modern telephone -service today for
what you are paying for inferior ser
The only long distance transmitters
and tecelvers; wall or desk sets; long
time contracts, as you wish; lowest