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How Big Line of Ealing Houses
And Hotels Is
It Is a well known fact that the
Harvey tystem, which controls the
hotels and eating houses on the San
1 ta Fe here and at other places, and
also the news service on the trains,
uses an Immense amount of provi
sions of every nature and while most
f them are bought at the towns where
the hotels are located, not a few of
them in some lines come from the
Harvey farm at Newton. Kan.
The newly improved dairy and
poultry station owned and operated
by the Fred Hnrvey eating house
house system at Newton, is now run
ning at full capacity. The farm, as
It Is called, has been in full operation
11 season but with the new work
being completed the systen on which
the plant is run has been more fully
perfected. While this Institution has
been operated for many years, there
are comparatively few persons fa-
miliar with the method and equlp-
ment in use by this system in supply
ing the provision for the various ho
tels over the Santa Fe railroad com
A new freeBing and cooling room
has been built Rt the farm this year,
a carbonating factory has been put
In operation and various other Im
provements added. The dairy is al
so an addition made during the
summer. The new freezing and cool
ing roams stanu to the north of the
farm and were built in connection
with the office and packing room.
The "cold" rooms are built of brick
and have a cement floor, great pre
caution having been taken against
allowing the outside air to invade
their Interior. The chilling room Is
separated from the greezlng room
by a partition a foot and a half thick
and the two rooms taken a together
are forty feet long and each has a
width of fifteen feet.
Ulg Refrigerator riant.
; The rooms are cooled by a refrig
eration plant which is also an addi
tion to the equipment The refrige
ration Is produced in the came man
ner as the manufacturing of ice, on
ly In the room where the chill is pro
i duced the water drips through the
pipes instead of over them, a com
plete circulatory system 'being used.
The packing room is also in tha same
building with the refrigerator
rooms and at the west of the build
ing a seperator room, has been built.
Great care for the cleanliness of this
room has been taken and every can
used In the dairy la thoroughly wash
ed by steam before ond after milk
ing. fouth of the building comes the
newly equipped building for the
bottling of the pop used by the Har
vey News department. This room
Is 60 feet long by 20 feet wide and
la built in a most substantial and
convenient way. A cement floor has
also been laid here. The equipment
consists of an American carbinator
and a Crown corker, besides the va
" rious other "appliances for use in the
manufacture of the drink. A. O.
'Hadtke is in charge of this depart
ment of the work and the capacity
when running at full blast is 100
cases of pop per day. In the same
building Is the engine and boiler
room, also th Llnde Ice machine
for refrigerating purposes. James
Ittno has charge here.
Dairy and Poultry Kami.
The dairy sheds are built south
and west of the engine room and are
built in accordance with the other
buildings on the farm. At present
thirty cows are milked but this pro
vides only for the Arcade hotel at
Newton. Mr. Cornfortfi, manager at
. Newton, buys the cattle for the other
l dairy stations of which the compa
ny have several throughout the west.
For the feeding of the cattle the
company has leased in the neigh
borhood of 300 acres of hav and
pasture land which adjoin the site
The poultry farm might be
termed an old institution and It li
the only one on the Harvey system,
the chickens baing supplied from
that point for the entire line of ho
tels. For two weeks before the
chickens are to be killed they are
placed In what is known as the feed
ing station' and are fed upon but
termilk, corn meal, and oat meal
which produces fat and ago f()r
Ink and eating. In the neighbor
hood of S.ijoo fowl are kept in the
feeding pens all the time and the
number killed will average about
1,000 fowls a day.
Shipping days at the farm are on
Tuesdays and Fridays when a car
is loaded for the went. About 1.000
chickens and t50 ducks are put in
this car twice a week. The meats
for the system are purchased from
the Morris backing company of
Kansas City, tin Tuesdays and Fri
days the meats are shipped for the
extreme west, but other orders are
tilled on all days of the week. For
the teaming, two teams of homes are
kept and they are fine specimens
of their kind.
No. 8 sidi;-kviim:h
I KKH.HT AT IH)M
There was an accident Saturday
morning at Bond, which delayed No.
8 for live hours and thirty minutes,
but no one was hurt. An extra west
bound freight was pulling into the
Biding when No. s approached. The
engineer of the pas-n-nger train was
not able to stop in time and the big
twelve hundred crashed Into the box
cars. Five cars of lh freight were
derailed and badly splintered up but
the passenger train stayed on the
truck. The front of engine 12un.
pulling the passenger, was damaged
slightly, and the locomotive was left
on tiie siding, the second engine tak
ing the train on through.
Two of the wrecked cars were fill
ed with onions and the track wa
covered with heaps of them. Thee
all had to be shoveled away before
the passenger train could proceed.
The road was cleared for traffic at 8
Knglneer Hush had his knee badly
brulfed. but was not hurt enough to
cause him to lay off. A tramp had
his head cut In the collision. His
wound was dressed and he was turn
ed over to the county authorities at
T1IIKTY-T1IHKF. SOTS FIT-UP
IMK,U KTUCK TIIANSIT JAW.
Nan Francisco, Cal., Oct. 28.
Thirtythree suits against the South
ern Tacltic company have been filed
in the United Htates circuit court by
united states JLHstrlet Attorney Uen
eral Bonaparte. The suits were
brought to recover $500 In each case,
or a total of 116,600, for violating
an act or congress to prevent cruel
ty to animal In transit on the cars.
United states Marshal Elliott re
ported today that process in the suits
had been served unon Manager Cal
vin, and the clerk of the circuit court
then took off the seal of secrecy,
which had been maintained since
July 31, when the first action was
taken In the matter, 1ecause of a pe
cullar rule imposed by Judge W. W.
The complaints charge that on
thirty-three different occasions the
Southern Pacific company confined
cattle in the cars thirty-six hours
without rest for food or water. The
law limits such confinement to twen
ty-eight hours at the most.
FKFJGHT HMt,i:itS STRIKE
Ati.VlX AT NKW OKIJiAXS.
New Orleans, iLa., Oct. 2s. Be
cause the Illinois Central railroad
freight handlers could not come to
an Agreement as to the time period
In their contract,- the 10,000 freight
handlers, cotton screwmen, long
shoremen and other laborers employ
ed on tne river iront here again
have struck. All of the men who
walked out had been on a strike for
severaf weeks, but last night agreed
to go back to work pending adjust
ment of the differences between
them and their employers. Today
the Illinois Central freight handlers
refused to sign a three years' con
tract. PKKSIDEXT ISQIIKF.S INTO
tUH iSllOKTAGK NOHXIIWISST.
Washington, li. C, Oct. 28. in
terstate Commerce Commissioner
Lane conferred with President
Koosevelt at the request of the lat
ter regarding the car shortage situa
tion in the northwest. The presi
dent was assured that no present
alarm need be felt on account of the
lack of coal in the northwest, as the
railroads had been shipping coal to
that section during the summer.
That there is a car shortage is ap
parent, iiut "no immediate crisis is
anticipated because of that fact.
The crops are being moved, but slow
er that la desirable.
Conductor Davis was taken to
Wlnslow from Ash Fork yesterday
morning on a special. Davis had a
cross bar fall on his hand while
making a coupling, and it became so
painful that blood poison was fear
ed. lr. Hounskvllle dressed his
hand and Davis is in a fair wnv to
ick. recovery, 4 .!"
1 has ImfW 't. j.ie
or 25,000 on the Mlchlga., V ,'.ral
railroad for the explosion of S car
of dynamite at Essex Center on
August , which resulted in the kill
ing of two men and serious lniurv
of about forty others. The dyna
mite u snipped as powder.
A. F. Sprague, San Francisco; A.
L. Cassldy, Denver; D. ;M. Barring,
Philadelphia; H. E. Wesp, Rochester,
N. Y.; V'm. Newberg, Denver; A.
L. Oahms, Chicago; H. C. Hall, For
est Service; James Pre9cott, Bedds
ford, Me.; A. iM. Steele Raton; I
Cohen, 'New York; J. B. Elliott,
Kansas City; J. S. Rosenfleld, Chi
cago; Mrs. H. C. Vilas, Riverside,
111.; F. Gregory, Boston.
W. Nautland, San Francisco; C.
O. Reum, El Paso; L. F. Meyer,
Hutchison, Kan.; Okley Kerr, In
diana; A. S. -Williamson and wife,
Aguas Callentes; H. R. Crane, Otta
wa, Kan.; F. C. Buelle, San Pedro;
J. C Umbreit, Ellsworth, Kan.; J.
F. Gibbons, Wichita, Kan.
I Maxwell, Vegas; W. H.
Harrison, Havre, Mont.; J. 8. Neu
mann, Chicago; T. V. Bryant, Las
Vegas; B. I.. Kennedy and wife, San
ta Fe; J. C. Stowell, Santa Fe.
J. R. Plunnett, El Pbro; Mabel
A. Smith, Grinnell, Iowa; W. R.
Fay and wife, Lincoln, N'eb.; W. J.
Pratt, Lincoln, Neb.; A. D. Scott, Los
Cerrlllos; E. A. Harvey, Los Cerril
los; R. Selkirk, Trinidad, Colo.
J. H. Latham, Lake Vallev; Chas.
C. Odoin, Lake Valley; G. W. Bruf
fey, Dolgevllle, Cal.; J. E. McKen-
Creegar. Ash Fork, Ariz.; Gavin Gar
cia, Liayion, i. m.; u. L Marshall,
Albuquerque lias to Dow to the In
evitable Scores of Citizens
After reading the public statement
of this representative citizen of Albu
querque given below, you must come
to this conclusion: A remedy which
cured years ago, which has kept the
kidneys In good health since, can be
relied upon to perform the same
work In other cases. Read this:
Mrs. J. Hall, of 322 West Hunlng
avenue, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
says: "My daughter used Uoan'i
Kidney Pills with very good results.
She suffered for over a year with se
vere pains across her loins and kid
neys, so severe at times that she was
unable to be around. I heard of
Doan's Kidney Pills and Induced her
to try thern. She felt great relief
from the first and continued their
use until cured. I gave a statement
to this effect some four years ago,
and would say today, January 31st,
107. that we were not only given
reason to appreciate Doan's Kidney
Bills at that time, but both my
daughter and myself will vouch for
their value as strongly as ever, and
can heartily recommend them to
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. No. li
One pint mlneraV watei cures and
orevents constipation. Ak your gro
cer tor lu
K ParagrapHs 8
Miss Engle has accepted a post
sltlon In the offices of L. B. Putney
D. T. Hosklns, enphter of the Ran
Miguel National bank, at Las Vegas,
Is In Denver.
Mrs. H. W. Warner, of Panta Fe,
Is in Stanley for a hort visit to her
son, Ansel Hart.
O. F. Olmstead and daughter ar
rived In Las Vegas last evening from
their home at Topeka, Kan.
F. E. Nudlng and F .E. McRrlde
left Santa Fe this forenoon for a
brief hunting trip to the Rio Grande.
W. H. Spackman, general merchant
and postmaster at San Acacia, N. M.,
was an Albuquerque visitor yester
Mrs. Frank 'Oswald has returned
to Las Vegas from Michigan, where
she has been yisiting for some time
Joseph Matt, who has been spend
ing a couple of weeks in Lns Vegas,
left today for the Blake mines in the
Tree Hermanos district.
Father Balnnd returned to Morn
yesterday after spending several
days In, La Vegas. He took a prom
inent part in the funeral services for
C. N. Patterson, who has been with
the Santa Fe In Las Vegas, will fill
the place made vacant by the promo
tion of Charles Eddlngton, round
house foreman there.
S. L. Williams left Las Vegas yes
tfrday afternoon for his home at
Kalamazoo. Mich., after visiting In
the Meadow City for two months
with Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Smith.
G. H. Kennedy has resigned from
the services of the Albuquerque
Traction company, and has gone to
Thoreau to accept a clerical position
with the Horabln-McGaftey company.
Mrs. Nora Brumback returned to
Santa Fe today from El Rlto, where
she had charge of the teachers' Insti
tute of Rio Arriba county, which
closed a two weeks' session Saturday.
Mrs. H. B. Pain, mother "of Mrs.
Max Frost, who has been a house
guest at the Frost residence In Santa
Ft for the pan two months, expects
to leave for her home in Kansas
City today. ,
Col. George W. Prlchard, of Santa
Fe, spent the past week In Roswell
on legal business and left yesterday
for Lincoln county, where he will at
tend to mining- affairs in which he
has an interest,
Melvln Bernhard. bookkeeper of
tne soutn western Savings, Loan and
Building association, and brother,
W. F. Bernhard, have returned to
Las Vegas after (-pending several
days at the Harvey ranch resort.
James O. Fitch, attorney of Socor
ro, afrlved In Santa Fe Sunday from
Carlsbad, where he attended the Ma
sonic grand lodge sessions, and was
elected grand high priest of the
Grnnd Royal Arch Chapter of New
Dr. James A. Massla has returned
to Santa Fe from Carlsbad, where
he attended the meetings of the Ma
sonic grand bodies of the territory as
a representative of Montezuma lodge
No. 1, A. F. and A. M., and Santa
Fe Chapter No. 1, Royal Arch Ma
sons. Clarence J. Hoke, of Hanover, Pa.,
who has been in Las Vegas, visiting
his brother. Earl Hoke, and friends,
left last night for Washington, where
he has been called on official busi
ness. Mr. Hoke Is in the employ of
the general land office.
A. G. Rlgby, wife and daughter,
have returned to Las Vegas from
Harvey's ranch resort, where they
spent several days And -Kill leave to
night for Denver. They came to New
Mexico several weeks ago from their
home at Independence, Iowa.
Mrs. S. Spitz has returned to San
ta Fe after an absence of several
weeks, during which time she ac
companied her daughter. Miss Flor
ence Spitz, to South Bend, Indiana,
where the latter is attending school,
and he also visited relatives at Den
Following are the members of the
Albuquerque Commercial club, who
are appointed to attend the annual
meeting of the Trans-MlssisslppI
Commercial congress, which, meets at
Muskogee, Okla., November 19-23:
E. S. Stover, W, P. Johnson, George
Arnot, J. H. Wroth, Ivan Grunsfeld.
Following are Mayor McKee's ap
pointees as members of the commit
tee on arrangements for the National
Irrigation congress meeting, which
meets here next fall: R. W. D. Bry
an, W. W. Strong, J. H. O'Rlelly. D.
K. B. Sellers, P. Hanley. E. L Wash
burn. Felix Lester. John Borradaile,
At the home of her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Sydney Hockett. on Wed
nesday evening at 8 o'clock occurred
tho marriage of Miss Lizzie Hockett
to Roscoe B. Iteed, operator at the
Rio Grande division office, says the
San Marcial Standard. The ceremony
was performed by Rev. N. E. Bragg;
and the bride's cousin. Miss Virginia
Easley, of Newton, Kas., and her
brother, Sydney Hockett, Jr., stood
with the couple. There were also
present Mrs. E. Hockett, grandmoth
er of the bride; Mrs. F. J. Easley. of
Newton, Kas., the bride's aunt; Mrs.
it. '. Banks, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
M. Richards and William Parmeter.
of San Marcial. Mr. and Mrs. Reed
will soon leave for a few days at El
I'aso. anj on their return make San
Marcial their home.
A pretty home wedding took place
Saturday evening at the home of
Mrs. A. L. Hale, of Forrester avenue,
when Miss Maude Hale became Mrs.
Harry L Lathroo. Rev. J. H. Shaw.
of the First Baptist church, perform
ed the ceremony. Only a small circle
of friends and relatives were ores-
ent. The bride is a true daughter of
Aiuuquerque, Having lived here all
her life and graduated from St.
lucent s academv. Mr. Lnthron Is
brother of Mrs. Lou English of this
city, and came here recently from
Delphla, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Ithrop
left Saturday night on a honeymoon
trip to Mexico. They will return in
ii lew weeks and will be at home to
their many friends at 800 North
Lighlh street, where the groom has
a new cottage prepared for them.
HAIR DRLSSEH AXD CHIHOPO
Mrs. Bamhini at her narlors on no.
site the Alvarado and next door tJ
Sturges' cafe, la prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
uamiiinl own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
Improves the complexion, and la
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cure
and prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out; restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of tha
fact, call and consult Mrs. BambluL
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
NEW POSTMASTF.lt ASSUMF.S
CJIARGK OF OFFICE
John T. Itnlton, of tnrln1. He
crtves OrnimlsMlon and Kilters
I'tMin Ofm-inl I Milieu.
Carlsbad, N. M., Oct. 28. John T.
Bolton, of this city, who was ap
pointed postmaster n month ago to
succeed Louis o. Fallen, resigned,
because of the lotter's appointment
as territorial district attorney for
the Fifth Judicial district, has re
ceived his commission and has en
tered upon his duties. The appoint
ment gives great satisfaction to the
people here as the new postmaster Is
a man of sterling worth and fully
Quinsy Sprains and dwellings Cured.
"In November, 1901, I caught cold
and had the quinsy. My throat was
swollen o I could hardly breathe. I
applied Chamberlain's Pain Balm
and It gave me relief in a short time.
In two days I was all right," says
Mrs. L. Cousins, Otterburn, Mich.
Chamberlain's Pain Balm la a lini
ment and is especially valuable for
sprains and swellings. For sale by
Tlie Beer of Quality
is a pure, healthful food for brain-workers
Pure because only the best barley
grain and the choicest hops are used, and
absolute cleanliness marks every step in its
Food because the Pabst Eight-Day
Malting Process follows Nature closely and
retains every particle of the wholesome
food-values of the barley-grain which the
Pabst Perfect Brewing Process transmits
to the beer in predigested form.
Healthful because the malt is nour
ishing, the hops are invigorating and the
very low percentage of alcohol (3J)
mildly stimulates the digestive organs to
You will And that your appetite Is better, your dlgeetlcn la bet
tar, your health is better, when you drink Pabat Blue Ribbon.
Made by Pabst at Milwaukee
And Bottled only at the Brewery.
A. C. BIMC'KE and JOHN S. MITCHELIj Invite their friends to make
New Mexico headquarters at
The Hollenbech Hotel
Los Angeles, California
Tour friendship and patronage is appreciated. Courtesy and
attention to g;ue ts la a pleasure to us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe
better than ever. Location convenient and desirable.
Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door.
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
m. . MALL, Propria tor
Iron and Brasa Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft
ings, Pulleys, Grade Bars, Bsbbtt Metal; Columns aaJ Xroa
Fronts for Buildings.
Raoalra on Mlnlnm and Mill Maehinarr a Baaelmttw
Foundry east side of railroad track.
The Mining Camps of Colorado, Utah and Ne
vada; to Denver, Colorado Springs
and Pueblo is via the
Denver & Rio Grande R'y
Through the fertile San Luie valley; also to the San
Juan country of Colorado.
For information as to rules, train eervice, descriptive
literature, etc., call on or address
S. K. HOOPER,
G. r. & T. A., Denver, Col.
MUST JAPANFSfc I1AI1Y
BORN IS ,EV MEXICO
Ilcaton (Vnl Cn in p Is Honiln of First
Oriental Kill In Tills
Gallup, N. M., Oct. 28. Heaton
coal camp has made a big bid for
distinction. On October lth Mrs.
Roy Hhibata, wife of one of the Jap
anese employed at tha camp, gave
birth to the first Japanese baby born
In the territory of New Mexico. The
little Jap Is a boy and at this time
he and his mother are doing well.
According to the statements made by
the Japanese at Heaton there are
only three married Japanese women
In New Mexico, two of them being
residents of Heaton. All of the Japs
In nearby coal camps have been no
tified of tha arrival of the baby and
they are very much elated over the
event. Shlbata says that if the boy
lives he wants him to become a full
fledged citizens of the United States.
WE HAVE MOVF.T) OUR OFFICE
TWO IXMJItS WEST. SPHINGKK
TKANKFEIt CO. NOW 110 GOLD
Ernest Meyers & Co.,
116 oi 118 Weat Sliver Ave.,
GIVE US A CHANCE
To figure on that bill of lumber.
Our lumber comes from our own
mills located In the best body of
timber In New Mexico.
A large stock of dry spruce
dimension on hand. Why not buy
the best when it Is just as cheap?
It will pay you to look Into this.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO
Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette!
Albuquerque, M. ,
F. H. McBRIDE,
Agent, Santa Fe, N. M.
J l JX- ins op'-itv srtoioD nnnf
Eclipse Vind Mills, Lightning Hay Presses, Walter A Wood
Mowers and Binders, Bain and Old Hickory wagons
I ALL KINDS VEHICLES
Write s for
Catalogue and Prices
J. D. EaHa. President
O. Olomi, Vies President.
BtitteeesoTs. to .J j
MELSNI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A QIOMI. '
WMOLmmALK DKALKftm IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wt kitp ivrythlag la stock to outfit too
mt f$ildlou bar com plat a
Havt bn ppo'ntetf sxclualvs agents In tha outhwart far iaa, S.
chlltx, Wm. Camp and St. Lou I a A. B. C Brewerlea; Yallawatona,
Green River, V. H. McBrayer'a Cedar Brook, Loule Hunter, T.J. Man.
areh, and other standard arutda of whltkiea too numaroua ta mantlsn.
A , WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS.
But sell tha atrulght article as received by a from tha beat I iaarlea,
Dtatlllerlea and Breweries In tie United 6tat a Cli s.id laaaet ami
Stock and Prtwi, or write for Illustrated Cetalojao 1 n kiss.
Issued to dealers only. -irtMi
Good! Let us plan your trip
The Santa Fe has three trains
Each day-they carry the best
Equipment-HARVEY meals are
Served. You can leave today
And you'r there tomorrow. The
Fare is low, Los Angeles only
pifty dollars round trip. Ask
Jt for information, we will make
Yur trip one long to be remembered
Every comfort will be yours. Beau
fiful descriptive literature free.
T. E. PURDY,
A. T. & S. F. R. R.
Superior Lumber and Mill Go.
We have the only planing mill In tha southwest that Is equip
ped to make Sash, Doors, Moulding-, Store Fronts and Fixtures or
anything- that a first class planing- mill Is expected to do at reason
able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order for mill
SOUTH OF VIADUCT - ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. -
Albuquerque Lumber Co.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Usr, Glass, Cement
First and Marqoette
BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES
Native and Chlrairo Lumber. Klierwln-Willluiiis Paint
ter. Ilulldlna- Taper, Plaster, I J
tic, t ic.
J. C. DALDR1DGE
MOM) IV, fXTOrtFH 28, 1907.
Futrelle Furniture Go.
Everything to furnish the
house. Just received a large
assortment of linoleums and
floor oil cloth. Wool fringed
rugs from 25o and up. English
china cups and saucer and
dinner plates 7.5 cents a set.
Brass curtain rods 10c and up.
Window shades, 25c and up.
Cash or Payments
Cats. Ifellat, Utrtt&rr
O. Backseat. TTfiari
and Rex Fllnikcta Mini
Albuquerque, New Mexico
me. Cement, Glass, bash, IKkh-h, Etc..
423 South First