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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1905.
AJLUUQUEltQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
DONT WANT TO
Such is One of the Grievances
From Firemen Presented
. to Manager Hurley.
NO. STRIKE WILL RESULT FROM IT
After being In session In Topeka
for two weeks, two days of which
were devoted to conferences with
James B. Hurley, the general mana
ger, and other officials of the road, the
Joint protective board, more common
ly called the grievance committee of
the firemen employed on the Atch
ison, Topeka & ' Santa Fe system,
proper, held their final Bession,,
Heeted officers for the ensuing year,
Two demands of considerable Im
portance to the firemen on the road
were made by the grievance commit
tee on Mr. Hurley and the other offi
cials, and they were not allowed, and
a whole session of the firemen was
devoted to a dincusslon of the ques
tion as to whether or not they should
appeal from the decision of Mr. Hur
ley to Second Vice President J. W.
Kendrick. Such appeals are In ordPr
when the men are not satisfied with
the decision, but after talking the mat
ter over they decided not to press
their claims auy further.
Don't Want to Clean Engine.
The men asked for changes In the
rules that would relieve them from
all cleaning of engines. Under ex
isting conditions they are required to
clean the outside of the cabs and the
engine above the running board. They
asked to be relieved of this work and
that it be done by men In the round
Their further request wa3 to be re
lieved from putting supplies of any
character on the engines. They are
Tequired to see now that the engines
be supplied with oil, waste and the
like, and they have to put these sup
plies on themselves. They asked to
have this work turned over to other
men. as it was quite a burden to
It seems that under the present
rules these supplies are put on at all
the big terminal points by other men,
but the firemen wanted this ruling to
apply to every place along the line
where these supplies are furnished,
and this request was disallowed.
There were really the only two mat
ters of importance that the firemen
had to take up with the officers of the
road, and they pressed their claim for
them in a vigorous fashion.
No new agreement was entered into
with the company, as the existing one
Is generally favorable. It Is expected
that the firemen will demand a new
agreement next year.
'i nomas Burke, of St. Joseph, was
re-elected general chairman of the
board for the coming year, R. B.
Wright of Fort Madison, secretary,
and F. W. Snyder,-of Argentine, treas
urer. Regardless of the fact that their
demands were not met, the members
of the board expressed themselves to
the effect that their relations with the
company were satisfactory, and never
more amicable than at the present
General Manager Hurley confirmed
these statements, saying that the re
lations between the men and the
company were exceedingly agreeable.
Mr. Hurley added: "Our schedule
with the firemen is more favorable
han any other in the country."
SHOPS GO UP IN
FLAME AND SMOKE.
The Cripple Creek & Canyon City
railroad stiops at Canyon City, Colo.,
were burned to the ground Monday
at 8 o'clock. The building was 60 by
130 feet, built of wood and sheathed
outside with corrugated iron. The
fire was supposed to have caught from
the electric motor and the building
was totally destroyed In less than an
hour. One Cripple Creek & Canyon
City engine was destroyed, but an
other undergoing repairs, a big Mid-,
land Terminal engine, was saved by
John Wlallade was almost suffocated
by smoke, but bis life was saved.
James McKenzie received a bad
wound on his bead and was taken to
Dr. W. S. Little's office, where his
hurt was dressed. The fire depart
' utent made a swift run of three
fourths of a mile, but was badly hand
icapped by lack of water pressure at
that point, but used Us chemicals with
nuch good effect that, the adjacent
buildings were saved. The total loss
will probably reach JOO.ooo. The
amount of insurance is unknown.
The Cripple Creek & Canyon City
road la a branch of the Florence &
Cripple Creek ana is owned by the
SANTA FE ENGINE BURIED
IN DEEP WATER.
A Santa Fe frieght locomotive went
through wharf No. 1 at Redondo, Cal.,
at about 2 o'clock Tuesuay aueinuuii,
MO feet from shore, and is buried in
forty feet of water.
Fireman E. C. Banks was carried to
the bottom with the engine. Tho en
gineer escaped by jumping. A Mrs.
Goodrich, who was fibbing on the
wharf, went down with the wharf tim
bers, but was recued uninjured.
It Is thought that Monday's storm
had weakened the piling under the
wharf, which is the one upon which
the Santa Fe runs out all its freight
to boats loading and unloading at Re
dondo. The crash came unexpectedly.
An effort is being made to raise the
engine in order to recover the body
of Fireman Banks.
SANTA FE FLOOD LOSS
IS TWO MILLION DOLLARS.
Floods on the Santa Fe main line
last year in Arizona and New Mexico
cost the company $2,000,000. Nine
thousand five hundred and fifty-one
feet of bridges, thirty-five and one
half miles of track and 1,000,000 cubic
yards of embankment were carried
away, and the fine stone station at
Trinidad was demolished. These fig
ures are given in the annual report of
President E. P. Ripley. The report
also shows that the company owns 62
per cent of the outstanding stock of
the Grand Canyon railway and Is joint
owner with the Southern Pacific of
tie Sunset railway, thirty-three miles
ROCK ISLAND TRAINMEN
A dispatch from I-as Vegas, dated
Nov. 21, says: The review of the
case of the I'uited States against John
Murphy and James Black for train
robHery, oM .tonn Black for couspir-
ROOSEVELT'S "PRETTIEST !
WOMAN IN SOUTH"
When President Roosevelt wis In
the south he picked an Atlanta, Oa.,
girl, Miss Selma Adelaide Allen, as
the most beautiful woman lie had ever
seen in the southland.
The young lady was Introduced to
him at a large reception and the
president gallantly told her of his
opinion, much to the confusion of Miss
This is how a delighted Atlanta
writer describes the Roosevelt girl
of his native city:
"Miss Allen Is a remarkably lovely
young woman, one of the fairest flow
erg In Atlanta's rosebud garden of
girls. Her blue eyes, under dark
lashes, complexion of Mended rose
and gardenia, with well poised heao.
crowned In vivid gold, presents wuat
Devela would term 'a glorious color
MISS SELMA ADELAIDE ALLEN.
acy, was begun in the district court
today. The men were on trial last
terra for holding up a Rock Island
train at Fort Logan, but tne jury dis
agreed. Today Engineer Walker was
almost positive of the Identity of the
men, while the express messenger of
the train held up swore that they were
beyond a doubt two of the gang who
held up the train. Both witnesses
were more positive In their statements
than on the last trial.
WILSON SAYS NEARLY
ALL STRIKERS AT WORK.
Thomas L. Wilson, of Cheyenne,
Wyoming, fourth vice president of the
International Association of Machin
ists, in an address before the Los An
geles lodge, reviewed the strike inau
gurated on the Santa Fe system near
ly two years ago. He said that of the
1.600 machinists who went on the
strike only 210 are at present out of
work. The others have secured work
in various parts of the country. The
210 who are out of machinist em
ployment are engaged by the union
George H. Mosier, general manager
for the Holmes Supply company, was
in the city yesterday. In company
with W. S. Fields, Isleta manager for
the company, and left last night for
Los Angeles, the headquarters of the
company. The Holmes Supply com
pany has the contract for furnishing
supplies for the work gangs employed
on the Santa Fe coast lines.
But Few Are Free.
But few people are entirely free from
Indigestion at this season of the year.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Is not only the
best remedy to use because It digests
what you eat but because It also en
ables the digestive apparatus to as
similate and transform all food Into
tissue-building blood. Kodol relieves
sour stomach, heart burn, belching,
and all forms of indigestion.
A postoffice has been established a
Miera, Union county, to be served
from Benham, twelve miles to the
northwest. George Gould has been
Geroniuio F. Baca has been ap
pointed postmaster at Clyde, Socorro
county, to succeed Briglda Candelarlo,
resigned. Pablp Armijo has been ap
pointed poBt master at Puertoclto, So
corro county, to succeed Ambroslo
Garcia, resigned. Wesley P. Shupe
has been appointed postmaster at
Canjilon, Rio Arriba county. Dagmar
A. Haught has been appointed post
master at Rye, Arizona.
Mineral Claim Filed.
The following mineral survey has
been filed in the office of the surveyor
The Alta Vista lode, in the Socorro
mining district, Socorro county.
Claimant, George E. Cook. Survey
No. 1271, issued to O. P. Smith, dep
uty mineral surveyor.
Don't Be Deceived.
Do not be deceived by, counterfeits
when you buy Witch Hazel Salve. The
name of E. C. De-Wrtt & Co. Is on
every box of the gelnulne. Piles in
their worst form will soon pass away
If you will apply DeWitt's Witch
Hazel Salve night and morning. Best
for Cuts, Burns, Boils, Tetter,. Ec
zema, etc. Miss M. H. Middleton,
Thebes, 111., says: "I was seriously
afflicted with a fever sore that waa
very painful. DeWitt's Witch Hazel
Salve cured me In a few days. Sold
by all druggists.
One or the nfcest places in the city
Is the pool hall, No. 115 West Rail
road avenue. Call and enjoy yourself.
Citizen want ads get the business.
.. S us i
Where we are now selling those beautiful 60 foot residence lots at from 9125 to $200 per lot, on the Installment
Dm, SI Per
Look out for a general advance soon. Two representatives will be on the ground Sunday morning from to 11
o'clock, noon, to show the exact location of lots not sold.
MR, 110 Sill Son
November 22 and 23 Walter Thom
as Mills will lecture at Colombo hall
November 23 Aat the Lead Ave
nue Methodist Episcopal church,
"Robert Mclntyre." the noted lecturer.
November 24-25 George Samuels
November 29 Damon and Pythias,
by local talent.
December 1 The "Broken Hearted
Club" and "Sarah's Young Man," by
local talent, under the auspices of the
Albuquerque Woman's club.
December. 5 "Marriage of Kitty."
December 7 "Two Merry Tramps."
December 8 "Cousin Kate."
December 16 "Mahara Minstrels."
December 25 "Hooligan in New"
December 27 "Hans Hanson."
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
H. E. No. 576!).
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 5, 1905, viz., Ger
trude Heco, widow of Francisco Heco,
deceased, of Valencia county, for the
S4 SEH. NW 8E4, SW NE,
of section 28, township 12 north,
range 7 west.
He names the following witnesses
to prove his continuous residence
upon and cultivation of said land,
viz., Juan Bauttste Kowemisneh, Te
odoro Powto, Jose Ke-wa-ry and DIs
ente Alonza, all of Laguna, New Mex
ico. MANUEL R. OTERO,
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE
For property at Los CerrlllOBT Cost
$1,250; trading price, one-half of
cost. A snap, if you ran use the
property. Don't be afraid to talk
with me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South
When you are In need of fine liquors
and wines, call on Ernest Meyers A.
Co 116 West Silver avenue. Auto
matic phone, 240.
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The Laxative op
There are two classes of remedies: those of known qual
ity and which are permanently beneficial in effect, acting
gently, in harmony with nature, when nature needs assist
ance; and another class, composed of preparations of
unknown, uncertain and inferior character, acting tempo
rarily, but injuriously, as a result of forcing the natural
functions unnecessarily. One of the most exceptional of
the remediesof known quality andtxcellence is the ever
pleasant Syrup of Fins, manufactured bv the California
Fig Syrup Co., which represents the active principles of
plants, known to act most beneficially, in a pleasant syrup.
in which the wholesome Californian blue fis are used to con
tribute their rich, yet delicate, fruity flavor. It is the remedy
of all remedies to sweeten and refreshandcleanse the system
gently and naturally, and to assist one in overcoming consti-
J pation and the many i'.ls resulting therefrom. Its activeprinci-
P,es anJ quality are known to physicians generally, and the
remedy has therefore met with their approval, as w ell as with
tne favor of many millions of well informed persons who know
IJJCfi Of their own Dersonal knnwleitup nn.l from ni-tiixl fvntripnro
ffj thatitisamostexcellent laxative remedy. Wedontclaimthat
n win cuic an manner or iiis.out recommend it ior w nat it reany
represents, a laxative remedy of known quality and excellence,
containing nothing of an objectionable or injurious character.
There are two classes of purchasers: those who are informed
to the quality of what they buy and the reasonsfor the excellence
articles of exceptional merit, and who do not lack courage to go
sewhere when a dealer offers an imitation of any well known
icle; but, unfortunately, there are some people who do not know.
d who allow themselves to be imposed upon. They cannot expect
uenenuai enects ir tney do not get the genuine remedy.
To the credit of the druggists of the United States be it said
nearly all of them value their reputation for professional
egrity and the good will of their customers too highly to offer
imitations of the
Genuine Syrup of Figs
Santa Fe, N. M., November 16, 1905.
Sealed proposals will he received by
the board of New Mexico penitentiary
commissioners at the office of the
superintendent, until 10 o'clock a. m
on Monday, November 27, 1905, for
furnishing and delivering at the New
Mexico penitentiary the supplies here
inafter mentioned, or so much there
of as the board may deem sufficient.
Payment for said supplies- will be
made In cash. Delivery of all sup
plies except perishable articles must
be as directed by the superintendent.
Samples will be required of all arti
cles marked with an asterisk, and
these should be labeled, showing the
name of bidder, price, etc., and must
be delivered to the superintendent not
later than 9 o'clock on said day.
All bids must be made strictly In ac
cordance with the conditions on blank
proposals, which will be. furnished by
the superintendent on application; no
bid otherwise made will be entertain
ed. A bond will be required from
all successful bidders for the faith
ful fulfillment of contracts within ten
days after date of award:
50,000 lbs. flour.
5,000 lbs. beans.
1.000 lbs. oatftakes.
1,000 lbs. rice.
30 cases laundry soap.
50 lbs. black pepper, whole.
500 lbs. K. C. baking powder, 61b.
6 cases California fruits, assorted.
6 cases canned corn.
200 lbs. laundry starch, bulk.
500 lbs. sal soda, bulk.
25 cases roasted coffee.
4 barrels syrup,
x 100 lbs, baking soda, t's.
2.500 lbs. lard compound, 50-lb. cans.
180 lbs. tea, 10-lb. boxes.
5 cases matches.
2 cases Greenwich concentrated lye
1 gross scrub brushes.
1 gross brooms.
1,000 lbs. dried peas.
1 caRe corn starch, l's.
2,000 lbs. dry salt bacon.
1,000 lbs. corn meal.
6 cases 3-lb. Las Cruces tomatoes.
75 sacks granulated fcugar.
1 case salifion, 48's.
60,000 lbs. fresh beef, prime quality,
necks and shanks excluded.
1 doz, pint bottles vanilla extract.
1 doz. pint bottles lemon extract.
300 lbs. red chile, ground.
The board of New Mexico peniten
tiary cotnnilfslonerg reserves the
right to rcjpct any and all bids.
In submitting bids for above sup
plies, bidders should write plainly on
envelope the following: "Bids for
supplies for the New Mexico peniten
tiary," with the name or names of
bidder or bidders, to avoid the open
ing of same by mistake.
By order of the board of New Mex
leo penitentiary commissioners.
H. O. BURS0M,
Samples may be sent separately
duly marked and numbered, to the su
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(In effect November 12, 1905 )
No. 2, Atlantic Exprens, arrives 7:55
a. in., departs 8:30 a. m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrives 11:59
p. ni., departs 12:0!) a. m.
No. 8, Chicago & Kaunas 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.
No. 1, California Express, arrives 7:30
p. in., departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 3, California Limited, arrives
11:10 a. in., departs 11:20 a. in.
No. 7, Mexico & California Express,
arrives 10:45 p. m., departs 11:59.
No. 9, Fast Mail, arrives 11:35 p. m.
No. 9, Mexico ExpresB, departs 12:15
Local freight train. No. 99, south
bound, departs at 5 a. m-, and car
Arrives From South.
No. 10, Mexico Express, arrives 6:50
No. 10 makes all local stops east of
No. 1 runs direct to Ixs Angeles.
No. 7 runs direct to San Francisco.
No. 3 runs direct to Los Angeles dnd
All trains daily.
II. S. LUTZ, Agent.
Nature Needs But Little.
Nat .ire needs only a Little Early Riser
now and tiien to keep the bowels
clean, the liver active, and the system!
tr.e from V.?, headaches, conatipa
tlon, etc. Tti? famous little nils
"Early Klaors" are jileasanf in effict
and perfection in action. TTiey never
gripe or tstckeu. but tone and strength
en,! he liver and kidneys. Sold by all
To Phoenix, Arizona
Fair and Return
Rate: $23.80 for round trip
Pates of sale, Docemher 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7, 1905.
Keturn limit, December 12, 1905.
THANKSGIVING DAY RATES:
One fare and one-third to all points with 200 miles on the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Ye railway. Date of sale November 29 and 3o!
' Final return limit, December 4, 1905.
One fare to all points on Coast Lines where the one way rate is 10
or less. Dates of sale November 29 and 30. Final return limit De
cember 1, 1905.
For particulars, call on any agent of the Santa Fe.
W. J. BLACK, G. P. A., Topeka, Kan.
H. 8. LUTZ, Agt., Albuquerque, N. M.
Santa Fe Central Railway System
SUNSHINE ROUTE, via TORRANCE GATEWAY.
Fast passenger and freight service. Steamship tickets to all parte
of the World.
Connections at Torrance, N M., with the El Paso Southwestern,
and Chicago, Kock Island & Pacific Railways. At Kernedy and Huts
Fe, N. M., with the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railway. At Bant
Fe with the Denver & Rio Gran ie railroad.
Special attention given to handling of passengers snd freight.
Send your freight via the Chicago, Kock Island ft Paclflo rail
way, via Torrance, N. M.
f Tour business respectfully solicited.
X W. H. ANDREWS. 8. B. GRIMSHAW,
n Pres. and Oen. Mgr. Asst. to Pres. and Oen. Mgr.
U FRANK DiBERT, Asst. Secy, and Treaa.
X J. P. LYNO, A, L. 0 RIM SHAW,
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