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ftf E ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN THURSDAY HAY 21 1 90S
Engineer Guy Mapes Is back In Win
slow from an extended visit in the
east
K. McCreary, auditor for the Harvey
news service, was a passenger east
last night.
Engineers W. E. Collins. J. E. Alien
and F. M. Athona are at Winslow from
the Southern California division to
help out during the stock rush.
A new ana moaernly-patented turn
table has been put In at the Santa Fe
round house :n this city. It was used
for the first time the other day.
Mrs. Will E. Haiix, wife of Engineer
Haux. left Winslow with her children
for Cedar Rapids, la., where she will
visit her folks and look after the old
'homestead.
Dalhart, Tex., is the Ideal home of
the railroad men. Nearly every train
man and office man have beautiful
homes, money in the bank, are sober,
Industrious, contented and happy.
Edward Wilder of the treasurer's de
partment of the Santa Fe was in the
city last night between trains while
en route to El Paso. He arrived here
from the east In a private car attached
to passenger train No. 7.
Passenger men thing that the month
ef May will break all records for Cali
fornia travel. It so happens that sev
eral conventions are being held on the
coast which are attracting many thou
sands of people from the east.
Gross earnings of all railroads in
the United States reporting for the
first week of May are $7,555,311, an In
crease of 13.4 per cent over last year
and 29.3 per cent over 1901. The re
port compares favorably with preced
ing weeks and shows a continued
heavy tonnage.
The Order of Railroad Conductors
has been organized at Dalhart, Tex.,
with some thirty-five members, and are
rapidly gaining In numbers. They re
cently gave a May party In celebration
of the order that rivaled anything in
northwest Texas. The boys cleared
nearly J 150. The boys now have a fine
meeting place, and have ordered cost
ly regalia for their team work that
they will put on soon. The boys are
all C, R. I. & M. employes, and a more
-enthusiastic set of men never organ
ized. The Topeka Journal says: Several
weeks ago Maurice Todd of the office
af General Storekeeper N. M. Rice, re
signed his position. It was thought
at that time that he Intended to leave
the company, but It has since been
learned that he has been appointed to
the position of storekeeper for the
Santa Fe at Las Vegas. Maurice was
a favorite in tho office and all of the
Toys are glad of his good fortune. They
say that he deserves it. " It was also
learned yesterday that A. B. Watcher
of the same office has been appointed
storekeeper at Newton. All that Is
said of Todd applies to Mr. Watcher.
The appointments were made by Mr.
Rice.
Too Great a Risk.
In almost every neighborhood some
one has died from an attack of colic
or cholera morbus, often medicine
could be procured or a physician sum
moned. A reliable remedy for these
aiseases should be kept at hand. The
risk Is too great for anyone to take.
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy has undoubtedly
saved more pain and suffering than
any other medicine In use. It can al
ways be depended upon. For sale by
all druggists.
THE ROCK ISLAND'S GROWTH.
From 1,257 Miles in 1880, It Has Grown
to 15,500 in 1903.
The Frisco deal calls attention to
the fact that the expansion in the Rock
Island system has taken place through
the use of about every possible method
of railroad extension, says a New York
dispatch. As the old Rock Island com
pany was incorporated In 1851, the
original line may be classed among
the oldest of the granger roads. Up to
1880 1,257 miles were operated, and
during the next ten years the mileage
expanded by only 1,377. The present
management bought control of the
Rock Island in the open market in 1901
and since that time the growth has
been decidedly one of the most sensa
tional of any in railroad history. The
Rock Island's present position be
comes more Interesting when It Is re
membered that of all western lines
only two others of Importance remain
independent the Atchison and the St.
Paul.
The flrttt new mileage to come under
control of the present management
was the line constructed to El Paso.
This extension established the short
est route between Chicago and Mexi
can points. The Choctaw and the
Burlington & Cedar Rapids were next
purchased, and then a number of
smaller lines, such as the Rock Island
& Peoria and the St. Louis, Kansas
City & Colorado. Extensions In course
of construction, not allowing for the
latest acquisitions, will bring the Rork
Island's mileage up to well over 8.000
miles. Including the St. Louis & San
Francisco and various extensions con
templated to round up the system, not
ltss than 15.500 miles will be shown.
Estimates of the Rock Inland mile
age made some few months ago, or
soon after the Frisco deal was first
reported, Included the Pere Marquette
and the Houston, East & West Texas.
While the Interests in control of the
Pere Marquette were Interested in the
sale of the St Louis ft San Francisco
to the Rock Island, there Is no reason
for connecting the mileage of the Pere
Marquette with that of the new Rock
Island system. Rumors may be
heard, however, to the effect that in
teresting developments are pending In
the affairs of the Michigan road.
No reliable Information has been giv
en out which justifies including the
Texas mileage previously credited to
the Rock Island system. There are
reasons, however, for believing that at
some time in the near future the Geor
gia Central will be taken over by the
Rock 'Island to gain an outlet to the
Atlantic coast As the system stands
now. Including only the St, Louis &
San Francisco and the Chicago Y East
ern Illinois, unbroken lines stretch
out from El Paso and Denver east as
far as Chicago, St. Louis and Memphis
and from St Paul south to within
short distances of the Important gulf
points.
Traveling la Dangerous.
Constant motion Jars the kidneys
which are kept in place In the body by
delicate attachments. This is the rea
son that travelers, trainmen, street car
men, teamsters and all who drive very
much, suffer from kidney disease In
some from. Foley's Kidney Cure
strengthens the kidneys and cures all
forms of kidney and bladder disease.
Geo. E. Hausan, locomotive engineer,
Lima, Ohio, writes, "Constant vibra
tion of the engine caused me a great
deal of trouble with my kidneys, and I
got no relief until I used Foley's Kid
ney Cure." Alvarado Pharmacy.
Order of Railway Conductors.
The twenty-ninth biennial conven
tion of the Order of Railway Conduct
ors has closed at Pittsburg. At the
session Monday the following grand
officers were re-elected at increased
salaries: Grand chief conductor, E.
E. Clark, compensation Increased
from $5,000 to $6,000 per year; A. E.
Garrettson, assistant grand chief con
ductor, $2,000 to $3,000; W. J. Maxwell,
cTetary and treasurer, $3,000 to $3,
600; C. H. Vr,'kens, grand senior con
ductor, $2,000 to $2,500, and L. E. Shep
pard. grand junior conductor, $2,000 to
$2,500.
At the session the amendments were
all passed on third and final reading.
The most important were on making
the increase reserve fund unlimited,
one reducing the term of eligibility
service from 313 days to 156 days, one
repealing the law providing for a perm
anent home for disabled members.
A Nervy Brakeman.
Sam Goodall, a brakeman on the
short run between Winslow and Flag
staff, was the victim of a distressing
accident, says the Mall.
Cars were being placed on the coal
chutes at Winona, and Mr. Goodall in
coming down off the cars caught hold
of the rod across the end of the car.
The rod pulled out and he was thrown
between the cats. The wheels passed
over his left leg below the knee, pull
lng his foot off at the ankle.
He showed remarkable nerve after
being Injured .He told his comrades
to put up a ladder and he would come
down. They did so, and he descended
the ladder.
On the way to town not a whimper
escaped him, although he was suffering
Intense pain. When placed on the
operating table he did not want to
take an opiate and joked with those
around him. He finally was put un
der the Influence of ether and his leg
was amputated five inches below the
SURPRISED HIM.
Doctor's Test of Food.
A doctor In Kansas experimented
with his boy in a test of food and gives
the particulars. He says: "I natural
ly watch the effect of different foods
on patients.
My own little son, a lad of four, bad
been 111 with lung fever and during
bis convalescence did not seem to care
for any kind of food.
I knew something of Grape-Nuts and
its rather fascinating flavor and parti
cularly of its nourishing and nerve
building powers, so I started the boy
on Grape-Nuts and found from the first
dish that he liked It.
His mother gave It to him steadily
and he began to Improve at once. In
less than a month he had gained about
eigth pounds and soon became so well
and strong we had no further anxiety
about him.
An old patient of mine, seventy
three years old, came down with ser
ious stomach trouble and before I was
called he got so weak he could eat al
most nothing, and was In a serious
condition. He had, himself, tried al
most every kind of food for the sick
without avail.
I Immediately put him on Grape
Nuts with good, rich milk and just a
little pinch of sugar. He exclaimed
when I came next day 'Why doctor I
never ate anything so good or that
made me feel so much Btronger.' I
am pleased to say that Grape-Nuts
cured him, but he had to stick to It
for two or three weeks, then he be
gan to branch out a little with rice or
an egg or two. He got entirely well
In spite of his almost hopeless con
dition. He gained twenty-two pounds
in two months which at his age Is re
markable. I could quote a list of cases where
Grape-Nuts has worked wonders."
This doctor's name will be given by
the Potsum Co., Battle Creek, Mich.,
on application.
Tuesday, June 9,
!
Jooococococcococo
Great Operatic Concert
BY THE
Celebrated Italian Artistes
Silvia Puerarl
Rrlma Donna Boprano
First orlze from the National
Conservatory of Roma
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Assisted by Best
Albuquerque. Tickets
knee. nr. Brown, the company phys
ician, and Dr. Hathaway performed
the operation.
The iniured man was resting easy
tcday and will be sent to the hospital
at Los Angeles in a day or two.
Mr Onndali la a member of the
Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen and
the Masons. He is well thought of
by his associates.
The Beat Liniment.
"I have derived great benett from
the use of Chamberlain's Pain Balm
for rheumatism and lumbago," says
Mrs. Anna Hagelgans, of Tuckahoe,
N. J. "My huBband used it for a sprain
ed back and was also quickly relieved.
In fact It Is the best family liniment
I nave ever used. I would not tu..
of being wthout It I have recommend
ed to many and they always speak
very highly of It and declare Us merits
are wonderful.' For sale by all drug
gists.
Conductor Gatchel at Durango.
A. P. Gatchel, one of the old-time
passenger conductors on the Santa Fe,
is In the city for a few days. A few
weeks ago Mr. Gatchel took up a forg
ed telegraphic pass near La Junta,
made the man who presented It pay
fare to La Junta, and at that place had
the forger, an operator at Thatcher,
arrested. The case will come up In
the district court this week, and the
conductor is here at (he prosecuting
witness. ,' " " . -' -
Ben Williams of the secret service
department of the Santa Fe is here
also for the trial. Mr. Williams made
the arrest. Durango Chronicle.
A Sure Thing. '
It is said that nothing is sure except
death and taxes, but that Is not al
together true. Dr. King's New Dis
covery for consumption Is a sure cure
for all lung and throat troubles.
Thousands can testify to that. Mrs. C.
B. Van Metre of Shepherdtown, W.
Va., says, "I had a severe case of bron
chitis and for a year tried everything I
heard of, but got no relief. One bottle
f Dr. King's New Discovery then cure-
ed me absolutely." It's lntanlble for
croup, whooping cough, grip, pneu
monia and consumption. Try It It's
guaranteed by all druggists. Trial bot
ties free. Regular sizes 50c, $1.C0.
ARTHUR DOYLE DEAD.
Old 8anta Fe Conductor on the South
ern Kansas Succumbs.
Conductor Arthur Doyle, one of the
best known Santa Fe employes on the
Southern Kansas division, died Satur
day morning from a complication of
throat and lung trouble after an Ill
ness extending over eight months, at
6 o'clock, says the Chanute (Kan.)
Tribune. Mr. Doyle was taken sick
about eight months ago. His condition
becoming alarming, he left In October,
accompanied by his faithful wife, for
Las Vegas, N. M , and from there be
went to Pasadena, Cal., from where he
was brought home recently by Con
ductor Ramsey to die. It Is a very sad
case, and the bereaved wife and little
ones have the sympathy of all. Con
ductor Doyle entered the service of the
Saata Fe In 1884. His length of serv
ice and the high esteem In which he
was held by the officials and employes
all testify to the excellent record he
made.
Banqueted at 8 ant a Fe.
A delightful affair was the "smoker"
given at the Palace hotel last night by
the business men of Santa Fe, compli
mentary to General Manager W. S.
Hopewell, Senator W. H. Andrews and
their guests, G. W. Delamater, Major
A G. C. Quay of Pittsburg and Colonel
A. J. Lester of Chicago, says the New
Mexican. Senator Andrews was In
disposed and was compelled to send
regrets, but the remainder of the party
attended. The evening was pasted in
social conversation, toasting and
speechmaking and refreshments were
served. Interesting talks were made
by Messrs. Delamater, Quay and lis
ter, all of whom are very favorably
impressed with New Mexico. An ad
dress was also made by Henry Hall,
who has been traveling over the south
west for the past two months in the In
terest of the PitUburg Times. Mr.
Hall stated during the course of bis re
marks that previous to his visit to the
at 8 p. m sharp;
1
Chovallor
Pletro Duzzl
Lyrlo Tenor
From Milan, Torln and Paris
(Conservatory of Music
Local Talent of
now onsaleatMatson's
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territory he was opposed to statehood,
but that he now firmly believes that
New Mexico deserved statehood. He
spoke In glowing terms of the Pecos
valley and other parts of the territory.
When you want a pleasant physic
try Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Tablets. They are easy to take and
pleasant In effect For sale by all
druggists
o
Engineer Dougherty and Fireman
Jack Heath on engine 810 had the hon
or of bringing in the longest freight
train that ever landed in the Winslow
yards. It consisted of 125 freight cars
and came through without a mishap
In good time.
Foley's Honey and Tar Is peculiarly
adapted for asthma, bronchitis and
hoarseness. Alvarado Pharmacy.
According to a Wichita paper the
Frisco trainman from the east report
ed that orders -had been received at
the shops to paint the name Rock Is
land system over every car which now
had Frisco system. The merging of
the Rock Island and Frisco Is taken as
an assured fact by the Frisco train
men, and they are making prepara
tions to change the buttons on their
coats and get new plates on their caps.
It Is not expected that any change
will be made In the operation of the
road and the Improvements now con
templated will be carried out.
A. A. Herren, of Finch. Ark., writes,
"Foley's Honey and Tar Is the best
prepartion for coughs, colds and lung
trouble. I Know that It has cured con
sumption In the first stages." Alvarado
Pharmacy,
o
A Dalhart, Tex., exchange says: En
(ineer R. C. Stewart has been prospect'
ing in New Mexico and Is displaying
fine specimens of copper secured near
Santa Rosa. He has four claims that
indicate something desirable. Speci
mens have been sent to Denver for as
say and further developments await
result of assay. Should It be found
desirable, Mr. Stewart will organize a
stock company at once and develop the
enterprise.
Made Ytung Again.
"One of Dr. King's New Life Pills
each nlghi for two weeks has put me
In my 'teens' again" writes D. H. Tur
ner of Dempseytown, Pa. They're the
best In the world for liver, stomach
and bowels. Purely vegetable. Never
gripe. Only i5c at all druggists.
o
Last Saturday afternoon about 1:20
a fire broke out In a pile of old ties
back of the Winslow roundhouse. For
a time It looked as though the round
house and shops would go up. But
for the prompt work of the fire depart
ment, who woi-ked under great difficul
ty with a fierce wind blowing, the
town would have suffered greatly.
I Four streams were soon playing on
the flames, and the switch engine
. . . i - J i i.i. xi n.i a
puneu id wun auuiuer. i iie names
were soon extinguished.
Quick Arrest
J. A. Gulledge of Verbena, Ala., was
twice In the hospital from a severe
case of piles causing twenty-four tu
mors. After doctors and all remedies
failed, Bucklen's Arnica Salve quickly
arrested further inflammation and
cured him. It conquers aches and
kills pain. 25c at all druggists.
Over 100 carloads of steel rails and
other track material for the Santa Fe
Central railway are now at Kennedy
station. Over one mile of track has
been constructed from Kennedy sta
tion Bouth. If more laborers could be
had, track laying from that point
would progress more rapidly. There
are about fifty carloads of steel rails
and other material for the Santa Fe
Central railway in the yards of the
Denver & Kio Grande and of the Santa
Fe Railway company In Santa Fe and
about fifty more cars are on the road
and en route.
What Is Foley's Kidney Cure?
Answer: It Is niade from a prescrip
tion of a leading Chicago physician,
and one of the most eminent In the
country. The ingredients are the
purest that money can buy, and are
scientifically combined to get their ut
most value. Alvarado Pharmacy.
Of Men's, Boys9 and Youths9
Clothing and Furnishing Goods
Unquestionably the most interesting sale of this class of merchandise ever held In
the city. We quote here the regular prices, also the sale prices. Read carefully,
then you can readily see the great values we offer, for we are determined to close out
this department in order to have room for other goods.
Men's Clothing
No matter how well you are
supplied with clothing you
can't afford to pass these spec
ials without invetlgatlng their
value. Never again can you
get the value received for the
money Invested.
Regular $10.00 Suits, Sale Price,
$6.10.
Regular $12.60 Suits. Sale Price,
$8.50.
Regular $15.00 Suits, Sale Price,
$10.50.
Regular $18.00 Suits, 8ale Price,
$12.70.
Regular $20.00 Suits, Sale Price,
$15.75.
Men's Straw Hats
Regular $1.50 grade, any
where you go, made of that
kind of straw which does not
chip easily, Sale Price
st.oo
300 - 302 - 304 - 300
Summer
TO
San Francisco and return $55.00
Lot' Angeles or Redondo...... 35.00
Santa Monica, Long Beach or
East 8an Pedro 35.04
San Diego, Coronado Beach.. 35.00
For further information call at ticket office
F. L.Myers, Santa Fe Ticket Agent, Albuquerque, N. M.
MEM AID WOMEN.
I'm Biji J for annular
df:barki.lt Aitminatiom
lrriuiiuti or ulwailui
uf iiiucoub n'tmbrtu
Pulnlww, and Dot utrin
fftat or potMJtiuut.
J I U fcr Dramlata,
a or Mnt in )' wrapper,
fT I br xprM, prepaid, fur
jftl ! Oft. or 1 bottle 2.7fl.
m Circalar atnt on raquMfc
DeWltt's ffi Salve
Fop PitoSf Burn a, Sort
Railroad Time Tables
Denver &. Rio Grande System
8ANTA FE BRANCH.
Time Table No. 71.
(Effective Wednesday, April 1, 1903.)
East Bound West Bound
No. 426 No. 428
9:00 amiLv.. .Santa Fe...Arl 6:20pm
11:00 am Espanola....
1:05 pm Embudo....
3:40 pm. . .Tres Pledraa..
6:35 pm Antonlto ....
8:60 pmj Alamosa ....
3:05 am! Pueblo ., ..
3:00 pm
1:06 pm
10:05 am
7:36 am
6:10 am
1:37 am
6:80 pm
7:15 am Ar... Denver . ..Lvl
Trains run dally except Sunday.
Connection! with the mala Una and
branches as follows:
At Antonlto for Durango, Sllvertoa
and all points In the Ban Juan country.
At Alamosa (with standard gauge)
for La Veta, Pueblo. Colorado 8priaga
and Denver, also with narrow gauge
or Monte Vista, Del Norte and Denver,
Creede and all polnta in the Saa Luis
valley. At Sallda with mala Una
(standard gauge) for all polnta east
and west Including Leadvllle and nar
row gauge points between Sallda and
Grand Junction.
At Florence and Canon City for tha
gold camps of Cripple Creek and Vic
tor. At Pueblo, Colorado Springs and
Denver with all Missouri river lines
for all polnta east
For further information address tha
undersigned.
Through passengers from Santa Fa
In standard gauge sleepers from Alar
mosa can have bertha reserved on ap
plication B. W. ROBBINS. Oon. Agt.,
Santa Fe. N. M.
S. K. HOOPER. P. A.. Denver. Colo.
f Jim tut 4jtl
I71THE Evans Cm M icu C
Men's Night Shirts
Good quality muslin, made nicely
and trimmed very neat, regular 85c
grade,
45C
Men's Wash Suits
Men's Linen Color Duck Suits,
$4.60 suits, to close out
Men's All Linen Wash Suits, sold
regular at $5.50 a suit, to close out
Men's Trousers
Trousers you'll need to go with
your odd coats and vests. At this
sale you buy' two yalrs equally as
good for the same money as you
pay for one pair.
$2.00 Trousers for $1.55
$2.50 Trousers for 2.10
$3.60 Trousers for 2.55
$4.00 Trousers for 2.95
$4.b0 Trousers for 3.40
$5.00 Trousers for 3.85
- 300 - 310 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
Excursion Rates
THE PACIFIC COAST
EL2.
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TIME TABLE
la EtlaorNoinhr
1904
ARRIVE FROM THE NORTH.
No. 1, California Express.... 7:15 p.m.
No. 7. M. A Cml. RinrMi lA-AKnm
No. 3, California Limited . ... 10 : 40 am.
LEAVE GOINO NORTH.
No. !, Atlantic Express 1:80 a.m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited 12:0 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Express 7:30 pjn.
ARRIVES FROM SOUTH,
No. 22, Atlantlo Expresa .... 7:10 a.m.
LEAVES GOING SOUTH.
No. 27, Mexico Expresa 11:00 pjn.
ARRIVE FROM WEST.
No. 2, Atlantic Expresa 8:06 avm.
No. 4, Chicago Limited .....11:58 p.m.
No S.Chicago Expresa 6:46pm
LEAVE GOING WEST.
No. 1. California Rxnreaa Minn
No. 8. California Limited 11:00 am.
no. i, mox. uai. kx press.. 10: 46 p.m.
No. 7 will carry mail from tha eaat
and No. 2 from tha west.
The No. 8 and No. 4 arc tha limited
and they arrive dally.
Local freight No. 99, going south,
carries passengers.
r. aw MTER8. Agent
HOTEL CLAIRE...
SANTA FE, N. M
FIRE PROOF, ELECTRIC
LIGHTED, STEAM HEATED,
CENTRALLY LOCATED.
BATHS AND SANITARY
PLUMBING THROUGHOUT.
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM
FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN
PLAN-
GEO. E. ELLIS,
Proprietor and Owner.
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A. E. WALKER
FIRE INSURANCE
Secretary Mutual Balldtng AaeoeUtloa
Office at i. U. Bsidridge's Lambar Tar
SLJ2
Men's Shoes
Men's Box Calf Shoes, regular
$3.60 value, Sate Price, $2.70
Men's Velotir Calf 8hoes, regu
lar $3.60 shoes, Sale Price,
$2.29.
Money saving values on work
ing shoes during this sale. Bis
line to selcet from.
Men's Jewelry
Gold Plated Collar Buttons,
regular 15c each. Sale Price,
5c each.
Cuff Buttons, regular price 60o
per pair, Sale Price. 23c pair.
Shirt Studs, in sets, gold and
pearl, regular price 50c a get.
Sale Price, 18c a set
..Datea of Bala Every
Thursday and Saturday during months
of May, June, July, August and Sap
tember. Limit November 30, .190$.
Stopovers within limit of ticket aeuti
and west of Baretow.
Subscribe for The CiUien.
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Q. Badaracco
Dealer la
General Herchandise and
Liquors
Proprietor of tha Summer
All lunas of Country Produee
and Sold.
Goods Delivered Free to all Parte at
tha City.
earner of Third and Tljeraai
Albuquerque New Maxfta
THE ARCADE
811 South First Street.
FRANK VAJO. Prearlatar.
Tha oeat oi uquors serveo to saa
roni of tha bar.
Sandwiches of all klnda servaa.
Nice large rooms, everythlag araa
new, upstairs for lodging porpoaaa.
The ICEBERG
fit W. Railroad Avenue.
1 be finest Una of Liquors and Cigar.
AU patrons and friends cordially lav4v
ad to visit "Tha lee berg." Laaea U
served every day.
STEVE BALLING.
MELINI & EAKIN
WHOLESALE LIQUORS aV CMAJM
We Dandle everything :m war flu
Distillers Ageate
Special distributors Taylor at Tnrtfiaaa
Louisville, Kentucky.
111 S. First St, Albuquerque) M,

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