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ALUUQUEKUUK EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1905.
A 1 1 Kind of FrMh and Salt Mtt,
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
' I tr!t all kln.U of hl4 Tmi11a which fnl4
In do aia any atMl !'" I liav f.mnd lha riKhl Oill.g
ItlMi Alv In.', vi fnll of pimple and blat-k
h-a.l. Aftr taking la-arrt hj all Irtt. lam
rniiOniitng tl'a u.it of thtm and rfcnmniBrtliif
them to lay frlnla. I ftl fin whon I rt. n ttia
nmrning Hop to hava a ehaoea to rocomoieua
Prix) C. Wltti-o, W Rim St.. Newark. N.J.
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
RANKIN A. CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE.
Automatic, phone 451.
Room 10, N. T. Arraljo Building.
f CJy Tht Bowels jt
CANDV CATtlAATIC a
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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 Xmas
present? Something useful as well as ornamental.
Let Us Suggest a Few Items of Interest:
SPANISH LEATHER MORRIS
Regular price, 7; sale price. . $21. i'o
CHASE LEATHER COUCH.
Regular arlce, $25; sale price. .$20.00
MAHOGANY MUSIC CABINET.
Regular price, $12.50; sa-le price. .$H
Decorated China, all pricei.
GOLD DECORATED DINNER SET.
Regular price, $3; sale price $7.20
Regular price, $10.5"; sale price
J. D. EMMONS,
Wholesale and Retail
COAL AVENUE. AND SECOND STREET
HTr st.-kn, W.kn .r r!t. 19c, aio tV. Nvr
old In hoik. Tti iMintnft tiil!t aturnrifti C'CMJ.
ttaarknlotvl to euro or jour iimny back.
8trHn Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 505
ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLIO N BOXES
In Texas as a basis, ami will make
..itch changes as seem advisable.
Knlisli owners if the Manila &
iSpnnm fitllrtiu., Havn ma.ln a nlnltn
ton t tie United States, through tie
British ambassador, .for $1,500,000
damages, for the use of the mad l"
As a rcRiilt of the wreck of train No.
17, near Reading, Kansas, the Cali
fornia Limited was ten hours late
jesieiday ami did not reach the city
until 9 o'clock last night.
In railroad circles It Is generally
understood that the surveys now be
ing made between Klizabethtown and
Taos, through the Taos range, are for
the El Paso & Southwestern road,
F. Olsoholof, the civil engineer, left
last, night for Williams to spend
ChrlHimas with friends.
OF FATAL WRECK
Passenger on Illfated Train
Arrives in City and Gives .
Account of Accident
WILL USE BLOODHOUNDS
The disastrous wreck on the Santa
Fe of No. 17 at l.ang, Kansas, wliic'ii
Is on the way to Lang with five blood
hounds which he is taking to the
scene of the wreck, at the sugges
tion of Borne of the officials. He hopes
to be able to trail ,the men who did
the work, although he Is afraid hit
dogs will have a hard time-getting the
scent, owing to the number of people
that have been walking around the
CHANCE TO INVEST
IN RAILW.AY BONDS.
During the next year there Is likely
to be a large amount of railroad bonds
coming upon the market. Well ae- makinir friends with the officers of the
cured railroad bonds are regarded as I company. jje persuaded his aunt to
nesiranie investments ana oia i8suesipiav train with him the other day
Tuesday of this week. This makes
only one of several wrecks that have
occurred on the Emporia division of
the Santa Fe within the past several
years and the secret service depart
ment of the Santa Fe fell quite cer
tain that these wrecks were the work
of train wreckers, but so far the de
partment Is in the dark as to who the
supposed wreckers are.
A small boy who lives in an import
ant railroad center had been accus
tomed to visiting the station and
are so firmly held that they com
fnand large premiums. But George
Gould's new Western Pacific is likjely
. . . " .' .' to supply $75,000,000 of bonds, and
was chronicled In l ne evening cm- tnp gt paM, O5.tellsion to the Piu.flc
zen Tuesday, the day the accident oc-,c()ast wllI supply more, for it is nard
ed, will be rembered by resldeeurcoiu
curred, will be remembered by resi
dents of this . city who knew Harry
Davis, the popular engineer who met
death in the wreck, as one of the sad
dest and most epiori -; ,,0 a f()C(,er for , otner roa(l9
occur on me oaiua rv m o
ly likely that the road will be built
entirely out of the proceeds of sales
of stock. Besides, Mr. Harriman. con
templates the construction of a new
line across the Btate of Oregon,
which will open up new territory and
more bonds are likely to come from
this source. The Northern Pacific la
That the railroad company has con- . . . . .,, ,
. , , .i. ..,.,..,1 ""ink m-'iiiimu in iur t v ti. rAii
eluded that the wreck was the result g)on )n nortnwe8t als0 whno
of fiendish wreckers, will add muca tntre afo n() new nPS of lmnortan(.e
pathos to the already sorrowful cir- ,)e,nfi ,)nt )n the pMU 1n,eg8 ,t be
oumstaiiees connected with the un- f;olll(, projP(.tj t,x,f,nsive improve-
fortunate mishap. ments are under way by the Baltimore
With Engineer Harry Davis, brother & oho ,he Pennsylvanlai the Erl(1
of Mrs. Ed Fluke of this cily at the an(, )h Npw york CentraI which wl
throttle. Mi. K. a rasi man ral, f()r many mo.e nimionS of cap.
He arranged the chairs in a line and
"You be engineer and I'll be con
ductor. Lend me your watch and get
up Into the cab." He then hurried
down the platform, timepiece in hand.
"Pull out, you red-headed, pie
faced Jay!" he shouted at. the aston
ished young woman.
"Why, Willie!" she exclaimed In
"That's right, chew t,ho rag," he re
torted. "Pull out. We are five min
utes late already." ,
That boy is not allowed to frater
nize with railroad men any more.
Cheap Railroad Fare.
The Santa Fe Is doing something
unusual in the rate line, it is offering
round trip tickets during the Christ
mas holidays at on,- and a third fare
with practically no distance limit.
Heretofore these rates have applied
was ditched a few miles east of Em- , . , rQiao.t initi. w iUi,OJ .,! only to points w ithin 2nd miles of each
poria, aa'ilie result of the toppling (IT bonds The wealth of the',ner KJW tlle ra,'a al'lly to all
over or a vail which had been loos- countr wl)1 thPrefore find an ahund- n'8' Th'8 lH a fine opportunity for
ened by human hands. The engine, ance ()f new ge(,liries int0 w ti lotk It ,nose wishing to make a Christmas
mail, express and tnree baggage cars , w t to advan,ape d,IrinR tho visit to relatives and friends The
were derailed and piled up in a heap vear 19)l). Railway World I tickets are on sale trom December 20
at the side or the right of way. Wil- " ' 'to January 4.
liam Derrick was buried beneath the BRA KEMANW ELAN IS ! . , . , ,
wreckage of the baggage ear. which , UNDER ARREST.' C"',rlt;8 Uin- ,s,",clal "flLc'r ff"'
caught fire and he was burned to E. K. Welan. a brakeman. Is .under! ,e tanUt. 8l0t'1"' "
death. Engineer Davis was found at arreR, at the county jail awaiting the h Pter,8" twh" "ssafu t h'
th dnnr .if the fire box of his en- prrivni nf o Bn,.ii ffl,M nt .ho mi.. Limited last night at Isleta. by shying
gine, with both leas broken and his souri Pacific railroad, who says he
skull crushed. The engine turned wants him on - charge of robbing
over on Us side as It left t'ne rails, railway cars, says thp Trinidad Ad
Engineer Davis lived but a few hours vortlser. Welan declares that he
after being rescued. knows of no reason why he should be
A passenger on No 17 to Newton, arrested. He was taken from a C. &
a-nd who arrived In this city last even- s. freight train on which he was work
ing en route to l.os Angeles, said: Ing as a brakeman. by County Jailer
"The wreck wrought fearful de- ) y, S perry and I'ndersheriff Uiu
structlon Five cars were thrown off Kreeger yesterday afternoon. The
the trai". ami scattered over the right ; special urem of the Missouri Pacific
of wny. The engine jnned over on visited Governor McDonald yesterday
ll.j L-t.ln l.duii...!! Ilnv'W vt'Mm tniini n.l I. .Ill . t i ! .. .... .
i.nisi" ' "mi ' ' .i iii i ' i" niii l apeiM iii , Killing nine, wnue waiting lor a tram i
by a railroad friend wh.i happened to the erisoiier fr til Governor Hoehlto curr tlieni to Los Angeles. Mr. i
lie on the triln. lying with his head or K-.-'nas. The special ngent niisse;l 1 Manna and Mr. Hitchcock are going:
in front or the open door of the fire bis e :in at Walsenburg and notified i to the eoast fur a little pleasure trip. I
box. He was conscious and in awful the loial officers to nick him tin ' . I
a aony and the sieatn was scalding ,
liim. He answeri d ihe ijuestions oi; Loral officials of the Santa Fe have
bis fiiend and told hiui wluti to do. received the usual stereotyped form
The fi ieii,i picked liim m ami laid 1 of a $.'.000 reward offered by t be coin
liim on a blanket sver.il yards from , lany for information lending to the
the engine. l-)i lc';s were broken arrest of the men who wrecked train
and t'ne s'.iiill was crushed ami scald-jN". 1, "''r Reading. Kansas, on
ed . He v. .1 ciin-( ions al;i'e-- to
last. The flu man did not know how
a stone through a window of the ob
servation car. The stone was thrown
with great force and passed through
the window glass, landing on a writing
desk. The miscreant is supposed to
be a tramp with a grievance against
the company. "
W. H. Hanna. who has charge of
the Santa Fe rending rooms at San
Marcial, and W. D. Hitchcock, mas
ter mechanic for the Santa Fe at San
M:ii-c'al. were In the city yesterday.
Here is where tile producer and
feeder lias an Inning. Unlike that of
beef, the demand for mutton cannot
be met and the supply Is 20,000,000
short. Sheep are selling now from $1
to $1.25 higher than they did at this
time Inst year, while lambs show iu
advance of from thirty to forty cents.
Western lambs are selling as high as
$7. tin, and there are very few good
ones being offered, as the fattening
season has Just begun. There Is ev
ery Indication that lambs will go to
the $8 mark, while there is no logical
reason why they should go below the
present prices. On account of th
high price of feeders there will be lit
tle competition from the corn states.
Many of the sheep men of the north
west, have already contracted their
l!)iiti wool crop at "twenty-five cents,
which means that every sheep shear
ed at that price will turn off itt
back $2 worth of wool. Ranch and
THE LARGEST LINE OF CHRIST-
MAS GOODS IN THE CITY, AT
HAWLEY'S ON THE CORNER.
The correct compounding of phy
sician's prescriptions Is essential for
your welfare. Leave them at Ruppe's
Citizen want ads get the business.
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Balling Bros.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY
We desire patronage acd we guar
ntee first class baking. x
207 S. First Street. Albuquerque.
Established In 1882
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Heekln & Co.'s CoJfees. Im
hoden's Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Hlllsboro oroaniery Butter Best on
214 South Second Street.
CLMHKVILLE PRODUCE CO
HAY, GRAIN AND FEED
Wholesale and ReUll
HIDES. PELTS AND WOOL
J. B. MacMANUS, Mgr.
602 South First Street Both Phones
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at .1. C Baldrldge'a Lum
ber yard. )
TOTi A OR API
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigara. Place your orders for
this line with us.
213-216-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
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 tbeui, bring them to ua
and we will straighten them out for you.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO ,,ReBdAcoaFgP0Ss"
Tour land, worth $2 an acre. Is, by
. the use of one of our Irrigation planta,
made worth $100 per acre. Wt-Ite as
for catalogue No. 9, on "Irrigation and
Pumping Machinery," and tell about
your requirements. We can help yon.
The llendrie & Bolthoff Mfir. and Supply Co.
1621-1639 Seventeenth Mreet. DENVER. COLORADO J
On Dental Work. Plate, $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.
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g LONDON CLUB LIVERY AND
" FEED ST A BLEB
1 Corner Second and Marquette.
C. GRANNIS, Prop.
M Auto Phone, 311. Colo., 300 Red
H . Hau an4 Mlnht klirli
Q Albuquerque, New Mexico.
THE FUEHR UNDERTAKING CO.
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Day or Nigtt
Corrlllo. ...... American Block R
SpC.OO Per Ton
COKE - MILL WOOD
; TO BE
Five room Modern House,
furnished or unfurnished, on
South Arno street, at a. bar
gain. Look at it today. To
morrow never comes.
Also a restaurant business
and furnishings. Good loca
tion. Porterfield & Co.
HOW. Gold Ave.
LOANS. NOTARY PUBLIC.
RIO GRANDE LLUMBER CO.
Gfnral Building ScppHes
Third and Marquette
BELOW THE WHOLESALE PRICE. SHOULD '
YOUR JEWELER OFFER TO SELL YOU A
DIAMOND EVEN AT COST, IT WOULD
still pay you to buy It from us, as we are In a position to sell dia
monds that have been pawned to us at 20 per cent less than reta;,
Jewelers buy at wholesale.
ROSENFIELD, The Pawnbroker, The Man You Can Trust '
118 Railroad avenue, next door to the St. Elmo, Albuquerque, N. M.
Railroad tickets bought and sold transactions guaranteed.
A MATTER OF ESSENTIAL IM
PORTANCE. to every householder sanitation and
Miultary equipment should receive the
greatest possible attention; and wnen
new plumbing Is to be installed, only
a plumber of the nighest repute, and
one who keeps up with the latest im
provements, should be employed. If
you have this subject under consid
eration a consultation with us will be
of the greatest value.
The Standard Heating &
Plumbing Company -
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE
Room 5. Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone, 174.
public hearing; was- held by the
railioud commission of Louisiana to
ii.-eiTtiiin the wishes of shippers and
railway men as to thi adoption of
certain rules relative to furnUhiiiK
cars. The cotiMiiision announces) that
it will take the ink's now in vouue iXXXXXXiOCXXX)COCXOOOCOO
GOTH 'PHONES '
You best satisfaction in mill
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL ,
Morris Chairs, Ladies' Desks, other
useful Xmas Gifts. Make your selec
J .D. F.MMONS.
Subscribe for The Citizen and get
Palmer & Wright's best and latest odor. We have them ln pretty,
fancy boxes, at
25c, 50c, 75c & $1.00
The Williams Drug Co.
117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Citrzen Want Ads Bring The Best Result
he ever e.-caped. as he was tossed
about like a fiather. His only injury
was to one of his libels. He walked
to 1 an?, a mile and a half away, and
notified the operator of the accident.
In the meantime some of the train
men had cone l-;n !; several hundred
yards with lan'erns fmrn the Pullman' VI
ear to warn anv o'her 'rain that nii.nht:
be aiinroachintr. The conductor, Har- j'fc
ry .lames, retained his presence of 3L
mind and quickly ' -lured order i
am-nK th' tetrorled passenKrs. i " '
From the Una c ir, directly in' k J
front of the smoker, we'-' hmrd ''"'"'CiEl
cries of h'i imprisoned 111:1:1. and f- J
f fis were ni'oiiipily male tif set to; M
la i 111. The car was on lire and quick 1 B U
work w as necessary. Wit :i aik ax. J '
'lie men broke one of the w indows, 1 V A
and a sheit of Maine sliot forth. It p
was imiMissiblc to i;ei to t'ie irnpris-, ii-H
onel man and his cries soon died lljl
aw ay ,. W1H ,i.rneil with the de- U ti
luis or th.. ,nr. ThiS was lierrlcn, f
"The pa: scum rs and trjinmen foiiKbt
ihe tUnnes. lakini; some oyster buck
ets fivm the eine.-s car. einptyini;
the contents mill formim,' a bucket
briKHile. They su'-eeeile.l in saving
from tbe names all ,llt t
wrei'ked cars. Kk-ht cars
the trick The mail car. exnr
and three baituae nr.s were .scan
ed over the rilit of way and badl
smashed The smoker, a day coach
and a eh.iir cir l-tt the track and
humped :i! "ii over the ties, but did
n t iiv.riioi! Maltv of 1 he prlsseil-
l'i rs weie liiuStd and i n j n n . but H
none of them had ilaiicii'uiH wounds
"1'ieii. 1.1 ' v; mailer I K II urli
wired the an- n's f tlie Santa Fe all
aloun tl'e line today liiat the com
pany will offer a reward of 1 for
the arrest and conviction of ihe per
son or person, that wrecked No. 17
"F. W. Steven, of Wichita, K.tn ,
i W Ca aaasSaiial
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etropolis of New Mexico
lie Ftittffc Raikoad
Located on the Belcn Cut-off of The Atchison. Topcka & Santa Ire Railway
Belen, is 31 rxiles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe system leading east and west from Chicago,
Kansas Citj Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Bclen Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
Of 1 biiii hu.-tiiie.-s an ! residence lots, size iixl42 feet, laid out with broad Su and 70 foot streets, with al'.eys '.'o fct wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old .sh e:e tjee; public school house, cost
mi? $lf!.iinti; churches. Commercial club; a population of i.r.tHt Inhabitant.-; largest mercantile establishments in New Mexico; the 'Belen Patent Roller mill, opacity. 150 barrels dnlly; larsre winery; three hotels,
e-tiiiirnnts. etc. Helen is the largest shipping point for wool, flour, wheat, wine, beans and hay iu Central N,-w Mexico. Ha Importance as a prei.t commercial railroad city in ' be in ar fu'ure cannot be estimated
ALL FAST LIMITFD EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS Or THE SANTA FE ROUTE vVilL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELCN, EAST AND WEST NORTH AND SOUTH.
Wo need first-class bakery, 'ailur bop. shoe houe, jew eler, plumbing sbup. planing mil!
Th.- lots offered re .In tbe eciitrr of the est
c a', an 1 wool yutd. druif s'oie, harness shop, etc
JOHN BECKER, President
well grajel, (mauy of tin m improved by cultivation) : no -and or ur.ivtl.
c, etc. Alto a rltsi-i ias, moitru hotel.
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERM ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS.
APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES. IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
Belen Town and improvement Company
WM. M. BERGER, Secretary
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