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FRIDAY, SEPT. , 1905.
BR I D G AC HflcC 0 s The Memory of Quality
- A AiVA WAX.
SANTA FE VICTIM
OF MORE THIEVING
Several Thousand Dollars Has
Been Lost By Railroad
THE AGENTS PURLOINED TICKETS
Santa Fe railroad officials report a
systematic scheme of- robbery being
practiced In Colorado by operators
acting as ticket anents proper. Sev
eral thousands of dollars have been
lost by the railroad In the past few
James Foster, night operator at La
mar, is now under arrest charged
with purloining railroad tickets.
A night operator, said to be Charles
Jennings, Is under arrest at Las Ani
mas ou a simi.ar charge.
Traveling Auditor W. Foster of the
Santa Fe passed through Denver on
his way to lamar, and says the thefts
are on the increase. While all the
operators and tickets agents are un
der bond, the Santa Fe Is having dif
ficulty in keeping "tali" on them.
The method is to remove tickets
from the bottom of the ticket packet,
sell the tickets and destroy the stubs.
The proceeds, of course, are pocket
ed. Since the railroads anticipate heavy
travel to the G. A. K. convention, they
say that the operators who are dis
honest will have better opportunities
to steal. When the situation became
known to the general offices of the
Santa Fe, the traveling auditor was
sent to this state to make the rounds
of the stations in Colorado.
Operator Foster is said to have se
cured several hundred dollars of the
Santa Fe's money. The travel from
Lamar Is light, and it would take a
considerable lenatli of time to secure
$20fi, for if the dair revenues did not
average v.i . i'.'v -ligation would
hnve beg':.i sio..er. Foster's arrest is
said to iiave been due to the fart that
the revenues from his office were
lower than they should have been.
The Santa Fe officials say they will
prosecute all offenders with severity.
The practice has become sq general,
not only among some of the Colorado
operators, but among eastern agents
of the Santa Fe. that the railroad is
determined to stop it. A few days
ago an Hfient in Chicago was arrest
ed for exchanging transportation for
theater tickets. The officers of the
road siy a fever of dishonesty seems
to have been communicated to a cer
tain c ass of men in the employ of the
WEEK'S WRECK VICTIMS.
KILLED AND INJURED.
Nineteen killed. 77 inj-.red in rail
road wrecks is last week's list. The
week liefure there were HO killed and
111 injured. There were sixteen acci
dents then, the most serious being that
at No-folk, Ya., win n an Atlantic
("east Line excursion ran Into an opeu
(in and shot into the river. Fifty
fhe wire killed and sixty hurt. Last
week there were Too less accidents.
The most si rious accident was at
l'.utie, Mniit., Aug. 2", w'nen a freight
struck a picnic trolby, killing nine
and injuring II. A list of the week's
llreeiiviile. Pa., Aul'. 1 .- Erie Coal
A.- Coke company's :o!!iy lino wreck-
.1 ;n mine; ntie Injured.
Unite, Mont.. An.'. 2". Nine killt d
and 14 hurt in a collision of Hutte,
Anaconda & I'aeilic :r- i-ht anil picnic
IVts'.iiru'. Pa , --Miniature
ir tir. in K n:iy' 1 I ark Jumped the
tra-ci. : I i injured.
l.ouhi!h-. Ky., Aus. 2". One killed
ur.l ! .v i hurt :u fr- '.-ht collision on
1 ,oui-viile e Na.-livilie.
Mi! A :iu'... e. An-. 20. Two killed
and twiniy injured, when a trolley
ear crashed down an embankment five
miles from the city.
W. H. Greer, Pres.
T - J , T Af.
Price is Forgotten
With the object of getting a satis
factory article you should not hesi
tate to pay a few dollars more, and
have the satisfaction of knowing that
you have the Best. A Range Is either
a pleasure or an eye-sore to the house
wife. Buy a Superior Range and
housekeeping will always be pleasant.
We have them, from the cheapest to
the Best. "Get the Habit."
J. D. EMMONS
(Successor to Futrelle Furniture Co.)
Corner Coal and Second.
Petroit, Mich., Aug. 20. Street car
trailer derailed; one kiled and six
New York, Aug. 22. Trolley car
and lumber wagon collided; 12 pas
sengers seriously hurt.
Toledo, Ohio, Aug. 20 Frelg'nt col
lision killed one and injured two.
Topeka, Kan., Ang. 23. Three
killed in a. head-on collision of freights
on Union Pacific.
Niagara Falls, N. Y., Aug. 23. Four
Ohioans Injured in rear-end. collision
of trolleys on Great Gorge route.
Hammond, Ind., Aug. 23. Engineer
and fireman of the Wabash's New
York flyer Injured when train was
ditched by jumping to derail.
Parkersburg. V. Va.. Aue. 24. B.
& O. freight train in collision; two
Killed and one fatally injured.
Mansfield, Ohio, Aug. 24. Two in
jured in rear end freight collision on
H. & O.
Vermillion, Ohio, Aug. 24. Lake
Shore trolley jumped track and was
ditched near here: one injured.
TOWNSEND WILL INTRODUCE
NEW RAILROAD RATE BILL
Representative Chas. It. Townsend,
of Jacksonville, Mich., one of the au
thors of the famous Esch-Townsend
rate making bill, has written a letter
to a friend in Washington in which
he states that he lias no reason to be
lieve that President Roosevelt has
given up his intention of calling an
extra session of congress early In No
vember for the purpose of having rem
edial railway legislation considered.
In this letter Mr. Townsend says: "I
am satisfied that some bid having for
its purpose the further regulation of
interstate carriers will pass both
houses of congress at the coming ses
sion. "I shall introduce a bill containing
the main provisions of the bill which
I introduced in the Fifty-ninth con
gress. I think, perhaps, It will be
well to particularly specify private
cars, so that there will be no question
tiint they are included in the regulat
ii g power of the commission confer
red by the bill."
SANTA FE WILL BUILD
MAMMOTH ICE PLANT
One of the largest artificial Ice!
plants in the west, possibly the larg- i
est, and one that will compare favor
ably in size with the big ice and re-'
frigerator plants in the east, is to be1
built by the Atchison. Topeka & San- j
ta Fe at Argentine, Kansas.
Pians and specifications for this
plant have." been drawn and accepted,
by the officers of the road. J. E. Hur
ley, general manager of the road, said
recently that these plans and specifi-!
cations had not reached his hands yet'
and he was a trifle unfamiliar with
the constructive details of the build-;
ings to be erected. Work is to begin '
on iliis plant right away and It will
he put up under contract. Argentine'
is the principal dace on trio western
. .men m me roaa where fruit cars and
lot tier perishable freight are iced for
'the jourmys east. So great has be
came the business of the Santa Fe In
the transportation of citrus and other
fruits from California and points
.In the south that the Icing and cold,
( ftorage facilities at Argentine have1
been taxed beyond their capacity. It
, was decided, therefore, by the com pa-
ny to erect this new ice manufactur
ing plant and cold storage houses. '
The plant will have the capacity for
' manufacturing 2on tons of ice a day, 1
; and th.-re will also be a cold sturuire
capacity of Ih.iumi tons. The plant
'Will tie equiped in the best po-s !',.
manner and will be mu-h'ri) in all its
, details. It will cost in t'c- iieighbor
hoo.l of I.'i'o.imi,-). Tins Co-t is exclu
sive of lavinu' the tracks that will be
necessary to handle the traffic at the
COUNTRY PROSPEROUS ALONG
, THE SANTA FE CENTRAL
The .-pedal inspection train of the
Santa Fe Central which on Wedm-s-
. day carried S. It. Crim-lnw. n-,-!-tiint
to the ir.-neral mana.-, r;Ciein-ral Man-n-;i
r W. S. Hopewell, of the New
Mexico Fuel and Iron company, and
ja party, of officials titer the line from
JUST ON TIHSE
Residence Lots in the Eastern Addition
1IO DOWN - mil PER
Solomon Luna, V-Pres.
Santa F to Torrance and return, re
turned t i Santa Fe Thursday even
ing. The ofrinls found the road in good
conditio Work on the Eastern rail
road of w Mexico at Wiliard is pro
gressing very rapidly and a large
number f men and teams could be
seen at work on the grade as the in
spection train passed that point- The
entire Estancia valley is in splendid
condition, crops and grass are above
the average ard stock Is showing the
effects of an abundance of feed and
water. Settlers are coming Into that
section every week and now all the
land within two ml.es of Estancia
has been taken up, and homes are be
ing bni.t thereon. The Santa Fe Cen
tral is handling large shipments of
household goods and farming machin
ery to Estancia which Is a good in
dication that the cotintry is being rap
Idl ypopulated. This road is also
handling large shipments of construc
tion material for the contractors on
the railroad at Wil'ard.
TICKET SCALPERS REAPING
A RICH HARVEST
A harvest time for the railroad tick
et scalpers has been created by the
exodus from New Orleans and other
fever infected points in the south.
The scalpers' offices In New Orleans
are besieged every day with persons
who are anxious to leave but who
want to do so as economically as pos
sible. The ticket 'scalpers have evolved
this scheme which is being worked
extensively: If a person wishes a
ticket to St. Louis at reduced rates,
he has to purchase a round trip ticket
to Chicago from the office of the rail
way itself. Before he leaves New Or
leans he is provided with' a letter
from the broker there to a ticket
scalper in St. Louis. He presents this
letter to the St. Louis broker and re
ceives in return the price paid for the
ticket less the reduced price charged
for the trip from the south. What is
left of the ticket is sold in St. Louis
to any person wishing to go to Chica
go. The price paid Includes the value
of the return half, but that amount is
refunded to the purchaser by the
scalper in Chicago.
The process is kept up until the en
tire ticket has been used up. Each
of tire purchasers saves from $2 to
$4, and the brokers clean up several
WHAT JAPAN GAINED
AND RUSSIA LOST
The mikado's empire has secured a
place among the great powers of the
Japan has wrested from Russia the
control of the Llaotung peninsula, in
cluding Port Arthur, Ilalny and the
Hlonde and Elliott Islands, thus at
one stroke getting revenge for past In
dignities and what to lier are the
prime fruits of victory.
Ily Japan's victories the empire has
forced Russia to consent to the open
door for ali nations in Manchuria.
A "preponderant influence" In Ko
rea has been secured, an influence
which admits the right of Japan to
give n;llitaryand financial advice to
the emperor of Korea.
Japan obtains the cession of the
Chinese Eastern railroad, south from
Changtfu to Port Arthur, a change of
control which will aid Japan in a fin
Japan has forced the limitation of
the Chinese concession of lsitfi. under
which the "cut off" through northern
Manchuria was built to connect the
Truns-Siberiun nnd the I'ssuri rail
roads, so as to provide for the reten
tion and ownership of the line by the
Chinese Eastern. Chinese imperial
police are to lie substituted for the
Russian railroad guards.
Tlie Japanese treasury is to receive
a liberal sum in payment for the can;
of Russian prisoners.
Japan's fishermen secure the right
to ply their trade In the waters of the
Russian Littoral from Yladivostock
north to the ltehring sea.
Japan has secured possession of the
south half of Sakhalin Island together
with about sixty-eight warships cap
DANGEROUS GERMS IN SUMMER
Strengthen the Stomach With Mi-o-na and Keep
A w-anhy philanthropist in New
nn; s pi-niis iiioiisands or i d ,ira;'vl1 '' -' :t-"ti
y mimni.-r iirovidinjr milk for the
lile-, with te ivwult that tho mo;--
''"' i' it.y di T-as.-d. Ho a;-
p.-.'.atrs i he la- t that d'tt.-jse Kcnns
are i-.pi!iiinn in tho cutiimcr nnd ti;at
' ., : liiii-h Inllst If i. pt lu-ahhv t )
: th.-ir aiu.-ka.
nl,,r pi-onl.- .! not live on a milk
cu t to insure luakh, but they can so'
str. tw'heu the s'.nnach and digestive j
uigans by tl.u Use of Mi-o-na that they
ALHUQUEIIOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
tured from the Russians or sunk In
battle and subsequently raised.
Russia has lost its position as a
ranking naval power. Its fleet in the
Pacific Is cut to pieces and its great
Baltic fleet has been destroyed.
Russia has lost her position as a
first class power .and will no longer
be able to brow beat other nations
bv her gigantic games of bluff.
Russia has been routed from the
Llaotung peninsula, from Dulny, the
Blonde and Elliott Islands and from
Port Arthur, the harbor fortress
whose strength and Hsltion gave the
czar a position of dominance in east
The southern half of Sakhalin Isl
and is lost to Russia, an island over
which a few weeks ago she had full
sway and ownership.-
Russia has been compelled by force
of Japanese arms to consent that all
nations shall have full trade facilities
in Manchuria, a privilege which she
formerly jealously withstood.
The czar's government refused be
fore the war to recognize any right
of Japan to seek Influence and trade
in Korea. As a result of the war Ja
pan is given a preponderant influence
in the Hermit kingdom, with full pow
er to advise the emperor on all mat
te: s pertaining to commerce and to
Russia has relinquished ownership
in the Chinese Eastern railroad con
necting Port Arthur with Changtfu.
This Involves a retrocession to China
by Russia of property rights, and
gives to Japan an opportunity to re
coup her finances.
The czar loses all Influence in Man
churia, a province which his govern
ment was absorbing.
Russia loses her only all-year open
port upon which she had spent hund
reds of millions.
Russia loses her military prestige,
having been thrashed to a finish by a
nation whose territory could be carv
ed out of Russia almoRt 267 times,
while the population of the victors is
scarcely one-fourth of that of the van
quished. Russia loses the respect of the civ
ilized world because of the despotism,
barbarity and Inefficiency of her gov
ernment, the debauchery of her no
bles, the Inefficiency of her officers on
land nnd sea, the brutality of her
Cossacks, the superstition and ignor
ance of her clergy, and the poverty,
superstition, brutality, ignorance, and
degredation, which enshroud nine
tenths of her people.
Russia lost $1,02ii.iii'0.000 In expen
ses of the war and $440,000,000 of
shrinkage In securities, or a total of
$1.4i',0,000,000 in money.
Russia iost 275 caiitmn and E13.000
rounds of ammunition for same; 112,
700 rifles and 28.9.ri0,0ii(i rounds of am
munition for same; 2'"!,000 men kill
ed, wounded and captured; five ad
mirals, 12,000 men, and sixty-eight
Japan Iost $t;80,(i(i0.noo in war ex
penses; 1H4,000 men killed, wounded
and captured; 1,000 nen of her navy,
and twenty-four vessels, mostly trans
ports. MERCHANT TAILOR
0. BAMBINI HAS OPENED BUSI
NESS AT NO. 209 WEST RAIL
I have opened a merchant tailoring
establishment upstairs over No. 20tf
West Railroad avenue, and solicit the
patronage of the general, public.
Suits made too order. Clothe cleaned
pressed and repaired. The specific I
use will not Injure the cloth. Ladies'
garments also cleaned, and walking
skirts made to order. Fit guaranteed.
Have had 15 years' experience in
this city. Give me a trial.
A Touching Story
Is the aavlnir from ic:uh of the taty girl
of (ii-ii. A. Kylor, Cum'"Tland, Md. lie
wrtlm: "At tho fn?t- 11 months our
llltl.. irtrl was In oVrllrilns h.iil'h
s.-rtniiH thrtuit trouble, and two physi
cians nuvt her up. v were utmost In
'l.spjiir, whf-n we r-s..:ved to try Dr.
Kirff s New llHcoverv for Consumption,
roughs ami C'oMs. The first bottle tfftve
r.li.f; after taking four bottles she wss
cured 11 ml is now In perfect health.
Ncvr falls to relieve nnd cure a rouKh
or cold. At nil dealers; wc and $1. Guar
anteed. Trial bottle free.
ft .o, w,; . f,-, ,. ;r
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, "-t-.r. '"' i-t H''"h to
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ami lliu i n i nil
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till the money if
help, js civ en
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AND THEIR TROUBLES
Old People have more of the pains,
aches anil discomforts of life than do the
young. This is perfectly natural, be
cause their blood is not so vigorous, nor
their powers of resistance so great, and
troubles that a younger, health y constitu
tion could resist often afflict them.
During the civil war I oontrncfed Ca
tarrh and suffei-Pd with its ellccts lor
many years. I tried various romedion
and dootoi-H, but with no wood rosult.
One day I tound ona of your pamphlets
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was the medicine I waa In need of and I
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I bewail to lruprove and soon tound my.
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Rheumatic pains, sleepless nights,
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with old people, ns is sometimes thoueht.
They need a medicine that will supply
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S. S. S. is the ideal remedy for Old 1'eo-
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ot all poisons
a n d relieving
old age of its
supplying a ro
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga,
Dangerous and Uncertain.
For sunburn, tetter and all skin and
scalp diseases, DoWltt'a Witch Hazel
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cure for blind, bleeding, itching and
protruding piles. It will draw the fire
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a scor. Roils, old sores, carbuncles,
etc., are quickly cured by the use of
the genuine DeWltt's Witch Hazel
Salve. Accept no substitute aB they
are often dangerous and uncertain.
Sold by all druggists.
Don't 'wait for an explosion cook
with gas the humane way.
AMERICAN WOMEN FIND RELIEF
Tbe Case of Miss Irene Crosby la One
of Thousands of Cures Made by Lydla
E. Pinknam's Vegetable Compound.
flow many women realize that men
struation in the balance wheel of a
woman's life, and while no woman la
entirely free from periodical suffering,
it la not the plan of nature that women
should suffer no severely.
Thousands of American women, how
ever, have found relief from all monthly
suffering by taking Lyriia K. l'iiikliani's
Vejjotatile Compound, as it is the mot
thorough female regulator known to
medical science. It cures the condition
which causes so much discomfort aud
rolis menstruation of its terrors.
Miss Ireuo Crosby, of 313 Charlton
Street Kast Savnunah, ia., writes:
" I.ydia K. l'inkliuiii s Vegetable Compound
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Women who are troubled with pain-
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I rh'i-a, falling, intlammution or uleera
I tion of tho uterus, ovarian troubles,
I that " bearing-dim n " feeling, cliz.i
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i prostration or the blues, should tako
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Miii Irene Crosby J
Southwestern Brewery & Ice Company
Auto. Phone 292.
Auto, 'Phone No. 316 Residence Auto. 'Phone No. 20P
Bell 'Phone No. 115
-COMMERCIAL CLUB BUILDING.
City Undertaker E5?ESF
UJ 'bv d 'e
' ITS S t T T 1 i w
gUICKEL & liOTUE Proprietors.
BAR AND CLUB
FINK K KSTAUKANT IN CONNECTION
Finest Whiskies, Imported and Domestic Wines and
Cognac. The coolest and highest grade of lager served.
Finest and best imported and domestic Cigars.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
WORKS. R. P. HALLPrco.
I The St. Elmo Finest whiskiss
JOSEPH HARNETT, Prop. , , , .
' SAMPLE AND
J 20 West Railroad Avenue CLUli ROOMS
We Fill B. RUPPE
Prescriptions 3 Bank of CDMrce
RiGHT. at consistent Prices 203 West R. R. Ave.
i..-i.!' nK.,!,!i' J?a "U. s.
Making a Hit
la what we are doing with every
one who tests Its delicious fla
vor and strengthening qualities.
There Is no warm weather bev
erage that can compare with
this refreshing drink on a warm
day.. It Is not only pleasant to
taste, but Is Invigorating and
wholesome. $3 per case of two
dozen quartes; $2 per case of
two dozen pints.
Colo. Phone 93
p w dl
The best machine
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but has been tested
and tried, and baa
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you are interested
in typewriters call
on or address
GEO. S, RAMSEY
401 W. R.R. Ave.
General Agent for
Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and
Lunibir Cars; Shaftings; Pulley, Grad
Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron
Kronts for Buildings. J J J J
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY.
Foundry East Side of Railroad Track
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