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! 'JLSjDAY.DECEMBER 19, 1905.
ALDUQUEItOUE EVENING C1TTZE
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mllrd I'f.mr'ift and ct.rrh f tli Kwmrli, In
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prim d i find l,ai I "had m ' "lull".
i)nlrml m. l.rt mti. Jnde our dorlor iif.
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7 tb. rniatti(Ur lont th ftni. lnfftn Hf ft Ul
rurm ihiu h.l ppinc ntf Tltftlitr for Trim.
hftvHiyrd the h-Mof hrftllh Itc. I tru
thift lefttiBinrttftl will ftTpftl to otbr lufft-rori."
Chftft. Blavktlork. t.nt IHvinlty l'ln.
Wo.l I'niiaueiimift, rft.
In order to reduce our mammoth stock of Furniture
Stoves, Ranges, Carpets, Glass and Chinaware be
fore inventory time we will give 20 per cent discount
off our regular low price. Are you looking for a Xtnas
present? Something useful as well as ornamental.
Plfftiftnt. PUtM PotnV TftOfw9 Dft flood,
Nr M'kn, HVftkrn or Unu KM. '-He, 5c. Nnver
old In hulk. Th trtnutnft tiU)t MmnpeU CCC.
4 a r an to fare or yunr nitity buck.
8terl.Dg Remedy Co., Chice N Y. 504
AXXUALSALE, TEN MILLION BOXES
SWAMPLD WITH PETITIONS
Let Us Suggest a Few Items of Interest:
SPANISH LEATHER MORRIS
Regular price, 27; sulc price. .$21.80
CHASE LEATHER COUCH.
Regular price, $23; nale price. .$20.00
MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET.
Regular price, $1 2. "0; sale price. . $1
Decorated China, all pricet.
GOLD DECORATED DINNER
Regular price, $D; salo price...
Regular nvlce. $ l.5 ; xale price
BEVERIDGE BILL CONTAINS $5,
000,000 SCHOOL FUND PROVIS
ION, WITHOUT ThJE GORMAN
All Kind of Frsh and Salt Meats.
8team Sauaage. Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third StreeL
RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE.
Automatic phone 451.
Room 10. N. T. Arroljo Building.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Broa.)
WE DDI NO CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first class baking.
207 H. First PtreeL Albuquerque.
Established In 18R2
r. G. PR A TT & CO.
I Sole atjeuts for Casfno Canned Goods
.las. Hoekln & Co.'s Coffees.
noden'a Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
T. D. EMMONS,
Wholesale and Retail
Petitions luive l)ien received nt the
lieadquitrters of the New Mexico
Joint Statehood league from Clayton.
Kstancia and Lincoln county. ThB
petition from Lincoln county was ac
companied by a letter which said that
the whole of Lincoln county was for
statehood. Joint preferred.
A copy of the statehood I. Ill as in-
I troduced by Senator Beverldge has
I also been received at the joint state
hood headquarters. It Is almost Iden
tical with the bill which reached the
senate last year, containing the pro
vision to give the new state $5,000,000
for Us schools, and docs not contain
the Gorman amendment, which wonld
deprive the new state of S per cent
Interest on this money which it would
Ed Null has left Needles, Cal., for
Chicago, where he will become pri
vate stenographers for Vice President
J. W. Kendrick of the Santa Fe.'
Yardmaster Thomas Rose, of the
Santa Fe at San Bernardino, is suffer
ing from an attack of blood poisoning
in one of his hands, but it is not be
lieved it will prove serious.
R. D. Blount, who recently left
Needles where he was employed m
Superintendent John Denair's office,
to go to San Bernardino, has again
moved, this time to Los Angeles,
where he will enter the auditing de
partment of the Santa Fe.
News has been received here that
the Rock Island System will pass the
dividend for January and hereafter re
duce the dividend from eight to six
per cent. This cut is due to the large
amount of improvements now under
way on the road. As far as known
there is only a small amount ,of the
stock owned in the territory so the
reduction will not be felt here.
FREIGHT TRAINS COLLIDE
ON EL PASO SOUTHWESTERN.
Two Kl Paso Southwestern freight
trains met head-on seven miles north
of El Paso early Sunday morning, and
nine cars were ditched. The north
bound train was almost stopped and
tho aniline crew escaped bv jumping.
The southbound was running rasx, ana iu.c. ot-nmur uanuini represented
Engineer M. C. Conaughey was injur- California in the Mexican congress,
ed. . Two Mexican tramps, Terridad and his palace was both political and
Flores and Avaristo Senos, riding on social iieadquarters. His tjiree1
a coal car were burled six feet be- daughters were the belles of Callfor-
neath the coal. They were dug out . . - - -.
an hour later, and may live, although
both are badly injured.
An hour after the freight wreck on
the Southwestern, the Rock Island
flyer, east hound, was ditched near
Tucumcari, N. M., but nobody was in
jured, although the road was blocked
for. twelve hours. The engine and
mail car were wrecked.
FAMOUS "BANDINA CASA"
WHERE RAMONA MARRIED
, jrMfv . -a k&motta vas jnrrirdj i.'i i m
Office Chief Qunrterniaster, Denver,
Colo., IXcember 15, 1905. Sealed pro
posals in triplicate will be received
here until 11 a. m., January 15, 1906,
for disinterring remains of officers,
enlisted men and civilians buried in
old post cemetery at old Fort Sumner,
New Mexico, and boxing and deliver
ing same at nearest railroad station
for shipment to the Santa Fe, N. M.,
: .National cemetery, u. S. reserves
j the right to reject or accept any or all
I bids or any part thereof. Information
furnished on application to this office.
Envelopes to be marked ''Proposal for
C. A. H. McCAVLKY,
Tli holiday rates will be one and
one-third fare to all points via the
Santa Fe route. Call at the ticket of
fice and get particulars.
Palace of, Mexican Congressman, i nla, and, at a dance given In honor !
Where First Flag in California Was ! of visiting United States naval of- '
Made, and Where Ramona Wed j thc "iuije ,Bn American flag. !
.. ' ,f, which-was the first ever displayed in !
Alessandro, Falling Into Decay. California excepting that on the j
' I warships. i
fean Francisco, Cal.. Dec. 19. The; Ttle historic casa finallv degener- !
once magnificent three story adobe nted into a prosaic hoiel and is now i
known as the "Uandinl Casa," is now ebandoned. It is especially interest-!
a ruin and fast disappearing. The inn to tourists na tbo ,,ln, r.r ihu 1
AT ONCE '
"Bandini Casa" was the largest and
finest residence In California in the
romantic days "before the Gringo
J. W. STEWART SECURES DAM-
GES FROM MINING C0MPAY
THROUGH TRAINS WILL
WITHIN TWELVE MONTHS-
J. V. Key. constructing engineer on
the Eastern Railway of New Mexico,
and who has charge of work between
Kpris and Belen, was in Santa Fe on
official business with the manage
ment of the Santa Fe Central rail
way, says the New Mexican.
Mr. Key could not flud words strong
enough uy condemn ihe news items
Wiiieh appeared a few days ago in the
AlbiKim r ule papers to the effect that
friction existed between the tfanta te
Central railway and the Eastern .tail
way of New Mexico, and that the for
mer road had secured an injunction
tj enjoining the Eastern Railway of New
Mexico from crossing the tracks of
the former at Willard. He stated that
the best of feeling prevails between
the officials of the two roads and
courtesy and consideration have char
acterized their conduct towards each
other. The lie was a malicious one,
and was originated fr the purKse of
doing injury. It was telegraphed to
eastern papers and created trouble,
although denied absolutely, as soon
Track laying on the division of
which Mr. Key has charge, couimenc-
b ed today at Epris, west towards 'he
Abo pas-s. The distance between He
len and Epris is 112 miles.
The grade work in Alio pass will
, be finished by the end of this month
and the maximum ! six tenths of one
per cent, n- thirty feet to the mile.
The work in the pass is of the very
best and of the most substantial kind
From Kprij west there are now about
Kimi men and .'.no (earns cinp!oyyl, and
everything is moving smoothly am!
A line and ample water supply has
been developed at Willard. which, in
Mr. Key's opinion, will become an im
portant trade center and town.
Mr. Key has not fceived tne lai
esi . intoriim;i"ii of the condition ol
the work between Texlco and Epris,
a distance i f 1!" mil' s, but accord
lug to the latest news, about sixty
miles of nnid have been completed
from Epris wot. and construction
. trains are running. In his opinion.
u sponger trains will run from Tex-
J. W. Stewart, a rancher in the
Mogollon mountains, Socorro county,
was awarded $2.0UO damages against
the Mogollon Gold and Copper com
pany in Judge Parker's court last
Stewart had a ranch in a valley be
low a milline nlant ooerate.l bv the
RUN mining company, and refuse acids and
mineral properties came down the
valley and killed his crops and 'fruit
trees Attorneys Fitch, of Socorro,
and Winters, of El Paso, brought suit
for i he plaintiff, and Attorneys Mc
Millan and Dougherty represented t he I
wedding of Ramona and Alessandro,
the principal characters in Mrs. Helen
Hunt Jackson's novel "Rtimoua." After ;
Alessandro was killed, Ramona linger- I
ed about the spot, selling photographs'
of her faded beauty, and finallv she j
was lost to history, as the building
soon will be.
MERCHANT TAILORING j
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST)
RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM-j
My merchant tailoring siiop is up
stairs over No. 209 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. Suit made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed acd
repaired. The specific I use will not
Injure the cloth. Ladies' garments
also cleaued and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
Five room Modern House,
furnished or unfurnished, on
South Arrto street, at a bar
gain. Look at it today. To
morrow never comes.
Also a restaurant business
and furnishings. Good loca
tion. Porterfield & Co.
HO W. Gold Ave.
LOANS. NOTARY PUBLIC.
214 South Second Street.
CLABKVILLC PRODUCE CO
HAY. GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and Retail
HIDES, PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Mgr.
602 South First Street Both Phones
FOUND AT LAST
Woolens laundered without shrinking. We have added to our al
ready well equipped laundery a machine with which we can handle
woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them they
are Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring them to us
and we will straighten them out for you.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO "SJFSFgif'
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at .1. C Haldridge's Lum
TOTI A. GRADI
Dealer in Groceries, Provisions. Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your order for
this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
We are prepared to furnish, on short notice, all sorts of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Flrd Marine Type Boiler.
Cahall Water Tub Safety, arvd Re
turn Tubular Boiler. Send ua your
Specification for Quotation.
The Hendrie & Bolthoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
I62M639 Seventeenth Mreet. DENVER, C0L0RAD& g
Ori Dental Work. Plates, $8.00;
Gold Crowns. $6.00; Fillings, $1.00
up. Teeth extracted without pain,
50c. All guaranteed.
B. F. COPP, D. D. S.
Room 17, N. T. Armljo Building.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
General Building Supplies
Third and Marquette
h LONDON CLUB LIVERY AND
Corner Second and Marquette.
C. GRANNIS, Prop. p
Auto Phone, 311. Colo., 300 Reef. ;
Day and Night Hack. H
Albuquerque, New Mexico. Q
Cerrlllot Ammrlean Block
$G.OO Per Ton .
THE FUEHR UNDERTAKING CO.
- 307 West Railroad Avenue.
Beth 'Phones. Oav or NigH
GO TO THE
New Planing Mill
South of Viaduct, on First Street.
, FOR ALL KINDS OF WORK.
G. E. GUSTAFSON, Proprietor.
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE!, REAL ESTATE
Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE
Kor property at Ixs Cerrlllos? Cost
$1 250; trading price, one-half of
cost. A snap, if you can use the
property. Don't be afraid to talk
with me. T. L. McSpadden, 300 South
New Tailor Shoo.
A J. Morelli. the weii known tailor
has reopened a tailor shop on North
First street, where he is ready to
clean, press and repair ladies' and
gents' clothing. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicit
- MILL WOOD
GOTH 'RHONE 8
You best satisfaction In mill
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
Morris Chairs, Ladies' Desks, other
useful Xmas Gifts. Make your selec
J D. ICMMONS.
BELOW THE WHOLESALE PRICE. SHOULD
YOUR JEWELER OFFER TO SELL YOU A
Y DIAMOND EVEN AT COST. IT WOULD
A still pay you to buy it from us, as we are in a position to sell du
monds that have been pawned to ns at 20 per cetit less than reta.;
1 Jewelers buy at wholesale.
I RCSENflELO, The Pawnbroker. The Man You Can Trust
118 Railroad avenue, next door to the St. Elmo, Albuquerque, N. .vl.
: Railroad tickets bought and sold transactions guara---
WITH THE NE i
begin with new ideas
ods. Modern sanitary, up-to-date .
plumbing is one that you should adopt.
Get rid of old-fashioned, played out
appliances and get those that bring
absolute cleanliness, good health and
happiness. For all information and
The Standard Heating &
Palmer A. Wright'
fancy boxes, at
best and latc odor. We have them In pretty,
25c, 50 75c & $1.00
The Villiams Drug Co.
117 WES i
Citizen Want Ads Bring The Best Results
CO O IBS IPO 3EME3 "IES EST EST-
The Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico
Located on the Belen Cut-off of The Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway
Belenis 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Jine of the Santa Fe system leading east and west from Chicago,
Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Beien Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
Of l.uoti business and residence lols, size 25.H2 feet, laid out with broad 80 and 70-foot streets, with alky', ; fwt wftn beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade tre. .; public school house, cost
ing $1C,000; churches, Commeicial club; a population of 1 .& Inhabitants; largest mercantile establlsbme , ih N,.w Mf.vjn; the Belen Pat-ut Roller mill. capa. i'y. 150 barrels daily; !ari;e wiuery; three hotels,
testaurauts, etc. Belen is the largest shipping point for wool, flour, wheal, wiuc, beans and hay in Cen ra N,,IV m..x;, nb importance as a grout commercial railroad city in the bear future cannot be estimated
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE V!M c0 OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN. EAST AND WE8T NORTH AND SOUTH.
The lots offered are in the center of the city, well graded, (many of them Improved by cultivation);
coal anl wood yatd, drug store, liarnea .-hop. etc., etc. Also a flrt-r!a; modern hotel.
,d or sr:v 1. We need first-cla-,-, bakery, tailor shop stioe house. Jeweler, plumbing shop, planing mill,
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TER MS 0N EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS.
APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP, AND PRI CES IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
i o. via. Kpris and M"ar. to neieu. in
-ix iiiMiii lis and t" Pucreo station to
i . onn.-ctiou with the Santa Fe la-
wiihin twtlve in-mi in-.
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M t Kit YOl. lt HOUSES KOK
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Thfi fnlnn TnAn and
j( JOHN BECKER, President
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WM. M. BERGER, Secretary V
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