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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1905.
AUJUQUEUQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
K0O00C0C0O
RAILROAD TOPICS
There is not an extra firenum or n ignored nor neglected. Their absolute
Klneer for duty at present and It Is 1 ncresnit les will demand new railroad
bard to make up an extra (lew In the const met Ion year by year by the tens
local yards. f thousands of miles for years to
come.
Yesterday was pay day on thpSnnta "
Fe and last nlKht the streets were DECADENCE IN RAILWAY
crowded with pay day shoppers. The
merchants report a large day and
night's business.
Engineer Flshburn. Fireman Krouse,
Engineer Sholtz and Fireman McCahe
deadheaded from La Vegas to At
buquerque Wednesday evening on No.
7. and took bark with them engines
667 and "71' respectively.
Foreman Bennett, who had charge
of the shops in the l.as Vegas yards
INCREASE OF TRACKAGE.
From 1880 to 1881 the gain in track
age for the whole country was 10,159
miles, from 1881 to 1882 It was 11,669,
from 18S2 to 1883 it was 6,745 and so
on down to lS!t2, when a marked fall
ing off occurred, and the period of
inactivity continued right down to
1903, when something of a revival
was noted. From 1892 to 1893, only
2,346 miles of new road were built,
and In the following year there were
onlv 1,899 miles constructed, rrom
wan sent to Raton several days agojl894 to 1895 again the addition to the
by the railroad company, and William
Sharp has been given the position of
night foreman at las Vegas.
The first car load of Florida or
anges ever received iu Albuquerque
arrived yesterday and are being dis
pensed among local merchants by the
Bittner-Stamm Produce company, to
which company the car was con
signed. The Alauiogordo Advertiser says Al
len Henderson has succeeded Charles
Scott as driver for the Wells-Fargo
Express company's delivery wagon.
Charlie will leave in a few days for
Albuqueroue where he will take a run
as messenger 'on one of the express
trains.
CommenclniE tomorrow, the Califor
nia limited on the Santa Fe will carry
pouch mall from the east. The mall
Tor Albuquerque from points east,
which usually reaches here on No, 1,
at night, will arrive and be distrib
uted before noon, almost tweniy-iour
hours ahead of the present seneciuie
Fnelnp S31 was backed Into by a
freight train between Las Vegas and
Raton Wednesday morning, and the
pilot of the engine, the smoke stack
and the relief valve were knocked off
and the rest of the front part of the
engine was badly battered up. The
damage is being repaJred at the shops
In Las Vegas.
The Southern Pacific company is
expending about $250,000 within twenty-miles
of Demlng in general repair
work, building bridges and raising
the track above the probability of
riomaira hv river floods and cloud
bursts. To do this, a small army of
men are employed, and most of the
food supplies are purchased at Dem
ons, which materially adds to the in
come of the merchants and grocery
men of that town.
Superintendent R. J. Parker, of the
western grand division of the Santa
Fe. was in the city between trains
this morning en route to his head
quarters at La Junta. Mr. Parker
met President Ripley down on the
Rio Grande division, in company with
nonurnl Mnaeer A. G. Wells, of the
Santa Fe coast lines, and Superintend
ent Tampa Kurn. Mr. Ripley ifid Mr.
u-nii tnrnerV wpst at Isleta. while Mr.
Parker and Mr. Kurn came to Albu-
total mileage of the country was 1,700
miles, and In the following year, from
1895 to 1896, the gain was only 1.654.
From 1896 to 1897 the increase only
amounted to 1,822 miles, and from
that until 1904 the yearly gain ranged
from 2.000 to 4.000 miles. In the
meantime gross earnings per mile of
road have increased about 50 per cent.
In 1892 they were $6,852, whereas In
1904 they had Increased to $9,305.
SAW SANTA FE GROW
TO IMMENSE CORPORATION.
J. F. Scott, one of the oldest em
ployes in the service of the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe railway, and pres
ent assistant to the treasurer, with of
fices in Topeka, Kan., arrived in Santa
Fe last night, on a short pleasure
trip, says the New Mexican. Mrs.
Scott accompanied him.
Scott has been connected with the
Santa Fe since the days of long ago,
when the road was little more than a
"jerkwater," running some hundred
miles or more across the plains of
Kansas. As the road branched out,
Mr. Scott, owing to his efficiency, was,
advanced in position, until at present
he holds the Important position of
assistant to the .treasurer of the sys
tem. Mr. and Mrs. Scott will remain sev
eral days In the city, seeing the sights
and enjoying the delightful climate,
and incidentally, visiting their old
friends. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Yocum,
Mr. Yocum being agent of the Santa
Fe here, with whom Mr. Scott used
to be associated in Topeka.
a a a
NEW RAILROAD FOR
NORTHERN NEW MEXICO.
The Platte, Canon Fuel and Power
company Is preparing to build a rail
road from Denver to Raton, N. M.,
and a branch from some point on the
Denver-Raton road to AuiityfColo.,
says the Colorado Springs Gazette.
The road will be built primarily to
transport the coal produced by the
company at its mines in Platte can
yon, but It will handle an inegnt ana
passenger business that it may receive.
The concern has incorporated the
Denver and Southeastern railway.
w ith a capital stock of $1,000,000, for
the purpose of carrying out the rail
road project. Eastern capitalists are
behind the scheme. Connections will
be wade with one or more of the big
railroads entering Denver so the com'
pany will have a right of way into
(No. 7186.)
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
STATE NATIONAL BANK
at Albuquerque, In the Territory of
New Mexico, at the close of business,
November 9th, 1905:
Resource.
Ixians and Dlsfounu $290,707.36
Overdrafts, secured and un
secured .. 12,771.55
U. S. Bonds to secure cir
culation 100.000.00
Premiums on U. S. Bonds 6.0G8.75
Banking house, furniture
an l fixtures 5,392.41
Due from National Banks '
(not reserve agents) .... M,r.62.43
Due from State Banks and
Bankers 854.42
Due from approved re
serve agents 37,5"8.97
Checks and other cash
Items 2,010.79
Notes of other National
Banks '2,300.00
Fractional naner eurreno .
nickels, and cents 966.70
Lawful Money Reserve in
Bank, vlr.:
Specie $11,868.15
Legal-tender
notes 14,468.00
? f WARNING
26,336.15
Fedemption fund with U.
S. Treasurer (5 per cent
of circulation) 5,000.00
Total $525,529.53
Liabilities.
Capital Slock paid In $100,000.00
Undivided uroflts. less ex
penses and taxes paid... 11,513.29
National Bank Notes out
standing 100,000.00
Due to other National
Banks 6,068.97
Individual deDoslts subject
to check 196,568.64
Demand certificates of de
posit 110,613.78
Certified checks 436.50
Cashier's checks outstand
ing 328.35
Total $525,529.53
Territory of New Mexico, County of
Bernalillo, ss:
I, J. B. Herndon, cashier of the
above-named bank, do solemnly Bwear
that the above statement is true to the
best of my knowledge and belief.
J. B. HEKNDvJN, wasnier.
Correct Attest:
D. A. MACPHERSON,
I. A. DYE.
D. H. CARNS,
Directors.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 15th day of November, 1905.
P. F. M'CANNA, Notary Public
31
new houses now building
in the Eastern Addition.
Today's price, $100, $150, $20O
$10 down, $1 per week.
210 LOTS SOLD IN THE LAOT FIVE MONTHS
Mojnidl&y Nooim we will advance 4lie
lo4s aim time Easterns Addition,
of Trumbull Avenue
price of all
south
PIER
ILOT
See the man with, the white horse on the ground Sunday
morning', between 9 and 12 o'clock.
SURETY INVESTMENT CO.. Owners - - HO vS. Second St.
A TRAIN LOAD OF BOOKS
Big Book House Failed
STOCK MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
AT FROM 10 TO 60 CENTS ON
THE DOLLAR.
RAILROAD TIME TABLE
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
com
pany are L. W. Herring. Elder H. Tu
nis, H. Ogle Tunis, T. B. Doane, W. O.
Temple and William C. Berlin, of
Denver, and I. C. Cockey, Washington;
F. A. Sherwood, Philadelphia, and T.
Dulaney. Whiting, N. Y.
...
THEY ARE SATISFIED
FIREMEN SAY THEY HAVE NO
GRIEVANCE AGAINST SANTA FE
.' . m..i i- o ' tha nnfnn rittrint. Wnrlf nn thn road
nuerque. Presiueni mpiey " - ,, : ,
general trip of Inspection of the Kama win Degm iiunieumie.y.
v-u-L The directors of the railroad
THE SANTA FE'S
FIVE CENT SUIT.
The Bult against Judge CurranJ of
Tazewell county, Illinois, which -was
brought by the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe railroad to collect five cents
storage charges, has been dismissed
by the road, and the costs amounting
to $50, paid by that company. Some
time ago the Judge oraerea a uuur
for his safe. It came, but he claims
he waa not notified of its arrival and
when he went after it a bill of five
cents for storage was handed to nlm.
He declined to pay It and suit was
filed. The case was due to come up in
the circuit court soon, but the road de
cided that it would be cheaper to
withdraw the action and pay the
costs.
a a
MUCH RAILWAY BUILDING
CONFIDENTLY EXPECTED.
Diverse views expressed by E. H.
Harriman and James J. Hill as to the
amount of competitive railroad build
ing to be done in the near luture nae
given rise to no end of discussion
among railroad men. Many of the
most experienced and the most prac
tical of this class are strongly of the
opinion that whether regarded as
competitiev or not, the next few years
will see a great deal of new construc
tion work accomplished. The needs of
the country, they say. demand it and
new roads are certain to lie supplied.
The great west has outgrown its pres
ent railroad capacity and its impera
tive call for enlarged facilities to
handle its commerce cannot be ig
nored nor neglected.
a a a
ATTEMPTS CRIME
TO SECURE wum
H. E. No. S968.
Department of the Interior, Land Of
fice at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Oc
tober 31, 1905.
Notice is hereby given that the fol
lowing named settler has filed notice
of his Intention to make final proof
in support of his claim, and that said
proof will be made before the pro
bate clerk at Albuquerque, New Mex
ico, on December 6, 1905, Tlx., Juan
Bautlste Kowemisneh, of Valencia
county. New Mexico, for the SV4
NWVi, N SW, section 28, township
12 north, range 7 west.
He names the following witnesses
to prove bis continuous residence
upon and cultivation oi saia iana,
viz., Gertrudes Heco, Jose Gonzales,
Bisenta Alonza and Teodoro Powto,
all of Laguna, New Mexico.
MANUEL. R. OTERO,
Register.
o
Astrachar) Cloaking-
Fine line of Astrachan Cloakttigs for
children's coats, in shades of Green,
Navy and Fancy Mixed, sold up to
$2.50 yard, reduced for this salato
$1.00 yard, at The Golden Rule Dry
Goods Co.
THESE ARE SAMPLE PRICES.
Late- copyrights were $1.50. Our
price 38 cents. List includes "The
Christian." "Call of the Wild," "Brew
ster's Millions," "Graustark," "Th
Castaway," David Harum," etc. En.
cyclopedia Brittanica, 10 vols., half
leather, regular $36.00, our price $7.75.
Charles Dickens complete works, 11
vols., regular $15.00, our price, $2.95.
Xmas Special. WORLD'8 BEST
POETS. Shakespeare, Longfellow and
48 others. Le Luxe edition. Full
leather, padded, pure gold edges, reg
ular $1.50; our price, 70 cents each.
Every book guaranteed to be new,
perfect and satisfactory, or your
money back without question or quib
bling. Practically any book or set of books
you want at a fraction of the retail
price while they last. Get our free
bargain list before ordering.
Save 60 to 90 per cent on Christmas
book.
Write for It today.
THE DAVID B. CLARKSON CO.,
Dept. 4. Chicago, III.
WHEN YOU WANT MILL WORK
DONE, GO TO THE ALBUQUERQUE
PLANING MILL.
A fine place to wnlit away the
hours at ihe pool ball. No. 115 Weat
Railroad avenue.
M Jf Urull. 11
Rill asi I .(rUiar.
4 1
M EH AND WD MEN.
(In effect November 12, 1905.)
Eaetbound.
No. 2, Atlantic Express, arrives 7:55
a. m., departs 8:30 a. m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrives 11:59
p. m., departs 12:09 a. m.
No. 8, Chicago & Kansas City Ex
press, arrives 6:45 p. m., departs
7:45 p. m.
No. 10, Chicago Fast Mail, arrives
6:50 a. m., departs 7:30 a. m.
Westbound.
No. 1, California Express, arrives 7:30
p. m., departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 3, California Limited, arrives
11:10 a. m., departs 11:20 a. m.
No. 7, Mexico & California Express,
arrives 10:45 p. m., departs 11:59.
No. 9, Fast Mall, arrives 11:35 p. m-
Southbound.
No. 9, Mexico Express, departs 12:15
p. m.
Local freight train. No. 99, south
bound, departs at 5 a. m., and car
ries passengers.
Arrives From South.
No. 10, Mexico Express, arrives 6:50
a. m.
No. 10 makes all local stops east of
Albuquerque.
No. 1 runs direct to Los Angeles.
No. 7 runs direct to San Francisco.
No. 3 runs direct to Los Angeles and
San Francisco.
All trains dally.
H. S. LUTZ, Agent.
"I Thank the Lord!"
cried Hannah Plant, or Little Rock,
Ark., " for the relief I got from Buck
ten's Arnica Salve. It cured my fear
ful running sores, which nothing else
would heal, and from which I had suf
fered for five years." It is a marvel
ous healer for cuts, burns and wounds.
Um Blc fti for unnatural
diirhareea.iDflamaiaUoDa.
Irritation or u)araitotit
rr.nHrairiM. pinlnt, Dd Dot Mtria. P niinrnntAA t,v all tritetrlHta: 25c.
itvmCHtaiMLCO. fro! or pu:.noua. l '
IMIBHTt,O.ROTBS ' r"aU,
k Ct.4. 2 4 or aont 1 plain arappar.
1 pr apr, prapaia
'M Si uo. i.rbottl-S2.T
Circular aat a. laa.
Spend your leisure time at the pool
hall at No. 115 West Railroad avenue.
Thomas Burke, chairman, and the
other eighteen members of the Joint
protective board of the firemen em
ployed on the Atchison, Topeka &
Santa Fe system proper, the line be
tween Chicago and El Paso, continued
their conference, with James E. Hur
ley, general manager of the company,
F. C. Fox, general superintendent,
Alfred Lovell, of Chicago, the superin
tendent of motive power, F. N. Ris-
teen, of Topeka, mechanical superin
tendent of the eastern grand division,
and C. M. Taylor, of La Junta, me
chanical superintendent of the west
ern grand division, at Topeka, Wed
nesday. This conference was held
in the office of General Manager Hur
ley. its purpose is to adjust all the
grievances that may have developed
on the part of the firemen against the
company during the last year, and it
is stated that such grievances as are
up for consideration are of minor importance.
The members of the joint protective
board have been in 'session for their
annual meeting at Topeka for a num
ber of days. The by-laws of the or
ganization coinuel them to be in ses-
I slon for a certain number of days
' each year for the purpose of receiving
anv erievanetH that the firemen may
Attempting to wreck a train for the have against the company. These
purpose of securing employment in ! grievances are considered by the
assisting to clear away the wreckage board and are then taken up with the
Is the novel and somewhat striking
confession made by Jose Gabiel Maes,
a Mexican wuo was unroucu ....
1 Qi
Cream
Baking Powder
otticers of the coinpauy.
Thomas Burke, the chairman of the
board, is authority for the statement
A tViA norer.fi uh(l tried thar thn flrinun liavo nn erU'vaiirH of
to wreck a Colorado & Wyoming pas a general character against the com-t-enger
train last week by driving u j,any and that the relations between
-spike between the rails, says a Trinl-he firemen and the company are
iad dispatch. The wreck was only pleasant. A number of grievances of
3artially successful, as only the r'ara ptuy character have teen received
trucks of the enpine Jumped the track., and these are being taken before the
The loaded passenger train narrowly officers of the road for adjustment,
escaped rolling down an embankment i a new agreement between the fire
iiitn the river. At the preliminary men and the company was entered
bearing Maes' 1-ond was fixed at $1,- into last March and the general terms
000, and the case set for trial Novem
ber 18. The officials are Inclined to
believe that the man is insane,
a a a
RAILWAY FACILITIES HAVE
DECREASED RECENTLY.
If comparison is made with popula
tion there has been an actual decrease
iu railroad facilities, in the last ten
or twelve years. In 18i3 the, number
of miles of railroad for every 10,000
inhabitants was 20.39. In 1903, it
was 26 03. It must be remembered
that these figures take in the whole
country, but It has been In the terri
tory west of the Mississippi river that
the greatest development has taken
place. In sections of New England
fliere has been retrogression rather
than nroaresslon, but the great west
nas been advancing with leaps and
bounds. Large areas of it which for
years were supposed to be barren and
unproductive have been made to pro
Jice in luxuriance and have been
proved to be the richest and most
productive territory In the union. They
are calling aloud for improved rail
roal farV:"os ar.d tfcMr cry csrr.r be
of this agreement are satisfactory to
both sides. It Is probable that as a re
sult of this conference there will be
some amendments made to this agree
ment, but they will be of a minor
character and It is thought that it will
not be n"cessary to draft a new agree
ment as -he present one Is generally
satisfactory.
As Boon as the conference is con
cluded the numbers of the board
will meet and elect officers for the
ensuing year and will then adjourn.
Don't Be Deceived.
Do not be deceived by counterfeits
when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The
name or K. C. Ie-Witt & Co. Is on
every box of the geinuine. Piles in
their worst form will soon pass away
if you will apply PeWlu's Witch
Hazel Salve night and mornine. lie
for Cuts, iiurns. Boils, Tetter, Ec
zema, etc. Mis M. H. Middleton,
Thehee, 111., gays: "I was seriously
aftlicted with a fever sore that was
very painful. DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve cured me In a few days. Sold
hy all rtrueglats.
PURE WHOLESOME RELIABLE
MADE FROM CREAM OF TARTAR DERIVED SOLELY FROM
GRAPES, THE MOST DELICIOUS AND WHOLE
SOME OF ALL FRUIT ACIDS
Its superiority is unquestioned.
Its fame world-wide.
Its use a protection and a guarantee
against alum food.
to health. In
In many states
Alum baking powders are detrimental
mo3t foreign countries their sale is prohibited.
in this country the law requires that alum and alum-phosphate
powders shall be branded to warn consumers that they contain an
imheaithful ingredient, while in the District of Columbia, Congress
lias forbidden absolutely the sale of food that contains alum.
Alum baking powders may be distinguished by their price
one cent an ounce or from ten to twenty-five cents a pound.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
First National Bank
at Albuquerque, ia the Territory of New Mextco
at the close of business, November 9th, 1905
RESOURCES.
Loans and Discounts $1,318,334.16
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured 34,321.84
"U. 8. Bonds to secure circulation 200,000.00
U.XS. Bonds to secure U. 8. Deposits 100,000.00
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds
Bonds, securities, etc
Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures
Other real estate owned '
Due from National Banks (not .reserve
agents)
Due from State Banks and Bankers
Due from Approved Reserve Agents 847388.7
Checks and other Cash Items 1,132.19
Notes of other National Banks 105,875.00
Fractional Paper Currency, Nickels and Cents
Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, via:
Specie , 9114,046.00
Legal-tender notes 1,009.00
' 165,055.00
Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per
- cent of circulation)
9,000.00
37,322.60
38,500.00
25,000.00
154,357.15
84366.63
1,137.52
10,000.00
Total I.. $3,130,78431
LIABILITIES.
Capital 8tock Paid In $ 200,000.00
Surplus Fund ( 60,000.00
Undivided Profits, less Expenses and Taxes
Paid 48,19538
National Bank Notes Outstanding 200,00030
Due to other National Banks 294,14333
Due to 8tat Banks and Banker 91,68037
Individual Deposit subject to check 1,171,202.61
Time Certificates of Deposit 946,06038
Certified Checks 4,673.99
Cashier's Checks Outstanding 28,58730
United States Deposits 58,47235
Deposits of U. 8. Disbursing Officers 37,768.93
Total $3,130,78431
Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo, se:
I, Frank McKee, Cashier of the above-named bank,
do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to
the 3est of my knowledge and belief.
FRANK McKEE, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of
November, 1905.
.SAM'L PICKARD, Notary Public.
Correct Attest:
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS,
M. W. FLOURNOY,
H. F. RAYNOLDS,
Directors.
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VIA
El Paso and Southwestern System
Rock Island System
Between
Standard and Tourist Sleepers.
Chair Cars and Coaches.
GAR-SETT KINO,
Geo. Act.
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Chicago,
St. Louis, Kansas City and
The Great Southwest
Dining- Cars meals a ia cart.
WIDE VESTIBULED THROUGHOUT.
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE,
Tbe shortest, quickest and best line bet wean tie Great Lakes,
the MUslsslppl Valley and the Pacific Coast.
EL PASO, TEXAS.
V. R. STTLES.
Qen. Passenger Aft
Nature Needs But Little.
Nature ned only a Tittle Early Riser
now anil ttiea to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, and the system
free from bile, headache, conatlpa
tion, etc. The famous little piiu
New Tailor Shop.
A. .1. Morelli, tbe well known tailor,
h.n reopened a tailor shop on North
First street, where be Is ready ti
clean, press and repair ladies' an
Ketiu' clolhlnn. Suits made to order.
"Karly Risers" are pleasant In effect Patronage of fortaer customer golicn-
and perfection In action. '1 ney never ea.
gripe or sicken, but tone and strength- .
en the liver aud kidneys. Sold by all "Mother was lucky" papa bought,
druggls's. jgas range.

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