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FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1906.
AiAiV JUEltQUK EVENING CITIttKN. J " 'ft 1 r RECEIVED IPs RAILROAD NOTES William boor, a clerk in Hie Simla Fe offices Ht Needles, died in tli? com pany's hospital at lxs AiikcIck tne other diiy from consumption. Jameri I). Piekard. connected wit li the train tests department of the San ta !, left for Topeka last, night where hp will make his headquarters in the future. 1 Air bnike instruction oar No. stU.W'o, of the Santa Ke system, arrived in trie city last night in eharse of 11. M. Iewias and will remain until the 2l'u of the pfesetu month. m m m W. ft. Martin, who was selected us superintendent of the new union de pot at El Paso, will arrive in that city about the 23d of the present month to assume his new duties. James V. AldrldRe, 311 North Sev enth street, can have nia witter spaniel liy csllitiR at the baggage room of the Santa Fe. The dog was sent through from Kansas City to Los Angeles by mistake and has just been returned from the latter city. The boys at the depot have made a great pet of the spaniel which Is exceptionally intelli gent. Telegra phones have been installed at El Paso, Santa Rosa. Alamogordo and Torrance, on the El Paso & Southeastern, and the management Is making every effort to make the sys tem a success, as it is thought many delays and other troubles can be averted by the use of the telegra I. J. Custers. storekeeper for the Reed Goods Galore! Rockers From $2.75 Up Spend your money where you t value received for every dollar you invM. Give us trial. Start the new year right, by buying your goods from us, and you will not go wronc. Mail orders solicited. J. D. EMMONS, Colo, phone, 177, Auto phone,474 West end of viaduct, COlt. COM, AVE. & I'd ST. been forced to give up his run and has accepted the position of up:i Inlendent of the transfer of mails iu this city, whlcn M)sition pays, as Mr. D.trrow says, ubout iiW less than his old road position. Attorney Nelll R. Field Is representing Darrow in his suit. 4 ARRESTED FOR NON- PAYMENT OF TAXES i CITIZENS OF EDDY AND CHAVES COUNTIES STRENUOUSLY OB-. JECT TO A SPECIAL TAX. plaints and the thickness of the home less canines, t s gail tllHt Catcher Ward will Immediately start a crusade against all unlicensed dogs, and a war of extermination is likely to follow, so it would be well for a. owners of dogs w),o wish to preserve their lives to observe the law and get licenses for their dogs. Indigestion Overcome. Indigestion Is easily overcome by the us,, (if Kdol Dyspepsia Cure, because this remedy digests what von eat and Rives the stomach. a rest "allows It. to recuperate and grow strong again Kodol relieves Indigestion, Reletting of Gas, Sour Stomach. Heart Rum, etc., ann enatues tne digestive organs to.' transform all foods into the kind of! rich red blood that makes health and! strength. Sold by all druggists. j Subscribe the news. M. DRAGOIE Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, ana all kinds of Fresh Meat. 300 North Broadway, Corner of Wash Ingtoa Atenue. ALBUQUERUE.N. M N. PEACH & CO. REAL Em TATE DEALERS Automatic 'phone, 535. Office, JU8V4 West Gold Avenue. for The Citizen and get i I About forty of the prominent citi zens of Eddy and Chaves eoun'ies have been arrested for the non-payment of th artesian well tax. The hearing was appointed for yes terday before Justice Poage, but an effort will be made to have the hear ing postponed until the Artesian Well I Owners' association holds its meeting tomorrow. It is probable that the cases will be taken to the supreme court, as the men do not feel that, the law passed at the lust meeting of the legislature is just in one respect, namely, that each well be taxed five dollars for the purx)se of maintaining the office of Inspector. All admit that the other sections of the measure are good ones but they think that the expense should be borne by general taxation. The section they object to is num ber seven of Council Rill 20, approved February 22, 1905, and Is as follows: "For the purpose of creating a fund for the payment of the salaries of the several district artesian well super visors, and the expenses Incident to the prosecution, in cases of violation of this statute, a license is hereby im- TO STIR UP STRIFE AND OWNERS OF CANINES WHICH BEAR NO LICENSES ARE LIABLE TO LOSE THEM A WAR OF EX TERMINATION DECLARED BY DOG-CATCHER WARD. Santa f i!,. r....,.i ... pose.i upon eacn artesian well in eactt city last night from a pleasure and I llstr of, ' 'r a"n,,m an" ft 8na" business visit to friends and relatives I hereafU'r be nlawfl'l r any person, in Topeka, Kas., and Chicago and I conPany or corporation to permit any Kankakee, 111. Mr. Custers states that j f,rtet,ifau wel' flow "r otake water he does not expect to be able to move i thT"f,'1'0m wit,hout, fi,rst navln l'ald the storehouse headquarters from this S,,J, lif'l,ns'' tl'7?fr." city to San Bernardino before the 1st 1 Th; res (!f thi? section is devoted of February to a description of the manner of col- . . I lecting such tax and the uses of same. People around Uarstow still con- :.'":"':: ,.'s,c,twi vp.r another dog story strike made in a mine there by a special officer for the Santa Fe rail road, C. W. Roach, a full account of which appeared in these columns ai the time. -Roach stales thai further investigation of the old tunnel shows that some of the ore will assav as high as $1,000 to the ton. m m The Rock Island's "Golden State Limited" passed through Albuquerque this morning about 8:30, being de loured via the Santa Fe's lines, owing to trie Southwestern's tracks between Epris and Tecolote being covered to a depth of from ten to twenty 'feet with snow, the cuts being filled to the top with the "beautiful white." Evi dently the Santa Fe is tue logical win ter route for travelers. A Frightful Railroad Accident "Clear the track and throw switches for the main ine string of loaded cars has broken loose," was the startling order that came to the railroad men of the Southern Pacific between Crafton and Colton, the other day. Front Crafton to Colton it is all down grade and two trains were known to bo on the main line near Redlands Junction. These trais were Your Friends Back East Might decide lo settle along the more about your If i hey knew neighborhood. Send us a list of their names and addresses. We will mall to 'hem our descriptive land litera ture. Why not work together in this matter? It only costs you a pos tal card. Address, Gen. Colonization Agent of A. T., A S. F. Ry., Railway Exchange, Chicago. nil"" .in B. F. COPP, D. D. S. Room 17, N. T. Armljo Building. THIRD STREET Meat Market aii Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meat. steam Sausage- Factory. EMIS KLEINWORT, Masonic Building, North Third Stret xxxrxxxxxxxxxxttxxxxxxxxix jj LUNUUN CLUB LIVERY AND H ' fEED STABLE Corner Second and Marquette. A. D. JOHNSON General Contractor " n ii yir, C. GRAINIS. Prorv Auto Phone, 311. Colo, 300 Red. w Day and Night Hack. 13 Albuquerque, New Mexlno. H ixxxxxxxxxrTrgxxxxxxxxxrTT House moving, well ma,king, water pipe laying, pumps, tanks and wind mills. Irrigating plants a specialty. Ranch deep well snpplies. Lead Avenue and First Street. PIONEER BAKERY SIMON BALLING, Proprietor. (Successor to Balling Bros) WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY We desire patronage and we guar antee first clasa fcaklng. 207 S. First Street. Albuquerque. GROSS, , KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. "" 1 an Automatic 'Phone, 308. Red 131. Colorado W. L. 7RIMBLE & CO. LIVERY. SALE FEED AND TRANS FER STABLES Horses and Mules bought and ei changes, BEST TURNODT8 IN THE CITY Second street, between Railroad and Copper avenues. Established In 1882 F. G. PRATT & CO. Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods las. Heekln & Co.'s Coffees. Im boden's Granite Flour. Staplft and Fancy Groceries Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Best Earth. I The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. 120 West Railroad Avenue Finest Whiskies Wines, Brandies. Etc. o SAMPLE A ND 0 CLUB ROOMS f) EiKS Theatre SPECIAL- TWO GUARANTEED PLAYS ARTHUR C. A IS TON COMPANY Orders Solicited. Free Delivery. 214 South Second Street. A. Em WALKER, riRE INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Associa tion. Office at .1. c Haldrldge'a Lum ber yard. TOT! at ORAM Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay, Grain and Fuel. Fine line of Imported Wines. Liquors and Cigars. Place your orders for this line wltb us. 213-216-217 NORTH THIRD STREET. FOUND AT LAST m.i i . readv well Z tnnV, ihr,nkln- We Have added to our a;. Jl "ell equipped aundery a machine wfth which we can handle woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them they IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO "Red.rF2s" occocxxxxoxoocccococxx "GOOD HORSES!" WHY NOT GOOD HARNESS? Makn matters match. If you're the pnmil posaraNor of a fine horse or t.-am fu to 1( that tht-ir equipment In In ki-!ping with their worth. We have a repuiation for turning out harnesg which Iteara critical Inspection from any vicwpolut atrenRth, Btyle, dura 1 hility, price moderation. As to the lutttT. we will he glad lo quote you com any time you ask It. Plfase ask. ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE CO. XXXJCOCKXXOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXI Much complaint has been hoard the past tew iliiys anent the number of ioss that are running about the down town streets without either doK li cense or collar on. A tight between two Uoks on Second street near Rail road avenue yesterday afternoon caused about twenty other canines to assemble for the purpose of watch ins the tight, uud it was noticeable that out of the twenty not. one of jtheni bore a collar or license tag. I At the scene of the battle, which ,, occurred between a big mastiff and a , luunuft witu nau nu j distinctive marks of any breed, there i gathered a conglomeration of canines that would have won the booby prize ai any dog show. There were little dogs, big dogs, lean dogs, fat dogs, :dngs of pedigree and dogs that, didn't know what u pedigree was; dogs that were sleek and who apparently had Immediately side triiM;..,! tvv xwilrli gs mat Had never Hail engines at "Redlands were'sid- tracked i ?.""' ? ?lhv.r f ,he l"'lmas- ns w mr.tnr enuine All Kwirehes 'V " "'"-ef 0111 ' uoK. and not one wort' nmeklv ihmwn Anrl t .ion canie ! or,1IU',n wl,h a 1B lieense. a reverse order. The uiann was caused by a push car loaded with a One of the dogs mat engaged In the! attempt to win "fistic" honors ran into a number of women who were stand ing at the corner of Second street and u ii ...... .1 . , - i imjuwau avenue waning tor a car, causing some of them to almost go into hysterics. A policeman was ap pealed to, but answered that it was the duly of the dog-catcher to look alter them, and that he had the au- few barrels uf lime, which had gotten away, and which was derailed n the first switch, a mile from Crafton. H GRADING WORK MOVING ON NEW, RATON RAILhOAD. W. L. Wattis, who has charge of Die rnn1 rant i tf tini IWah ,,,(isiti.iwi Inn company who are building the St. I ",nrl,' t". catch or kill them if they Louis, Rocky Mountain & Pacific rail- ; na(1 11(1 licenses around their road, is in Haton and a Uunue repre- i W-- sentative isited him to ask the sii,tus ! As H ''siut of in, of things about the new road. ..r. j Wattis said l he road ht graded from Preston to Crow creek and li j probably take three weeks work to j complete the grade from Preston to Clifton house. The work is well under way between Crow creek and Cimar ron, with a good prospect of it bi'iujj completed early in February. Ar rangements are now being made for the establishment of camps in Cimar ron canyon for the beginning of ine rock work, and two camps are being established between Itaion and Ues Moines and work will probably le be gun there next week as Ui siles for camps are selected and all preliminary arrangements made. RAILWAY MAIL CLERK SUES FOR $10,000 DAMAGES FOR INJURIES RECEIVED IN THE WRECK OF NO. 8 ABOUT ONE YEAR AGO FORCED TO QUIT THE ROAD. W illiam T. Harrow, a railway mail clerk, yesterday fib d suit against the Siinta Fe Railroad company for flu,'. imm) damages as a result of his being injured In the wreck of No. H at Maine station, in Arizona, about twelve months ago. Harrow claims that the wreck, in which he was "violently thrown about the car, and his legs, back and body severely injured, resulting in perma nent Injuries to himself which neces sitated him changing to a less lucra tive jHisition in the mail service," was due to the negligence of the road and itij servants. He also claims that af ter the wreck be was left lying in the cold for thirty hours, wit'antit med ical aid or at tent ion, all of which work ed to the detriment of his health, and for which he prays damages in the amuunt above mentioned. Since being injured Harrow has Jan. 12 S H A D O W s on the H E A R T H ESTHA WILLIAMS AND MLL-STtlt CAST Of ZS if 1 x,JtM JAMES M. BROPHY V (HI Mil Jan. 13 AT THE O L D C R O s s R O A D S Stats on Salt at Matson CAR LOAD SCENERY REAL ESTATE AND LOANS We Have a Snap for some one with a little money to invest. Potterfield Co. tlOW. Gold Ave. LOANS. NOTARY PUBLIC. RIO GRANDE aLUWBTOCO. General Building Sapplies SCREEN DOORS Both Phones Third and Marquette and OLD H1CK0BY WAGONS -iJ.KoittCo. WHOLESALE and RETAIL Albuquerque, N. M, B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. COOOOOOOOOCClCXDOCOCxaXXXX) WE GIVE You best satisfaction In mill work. ALBUQUERQUE PLANIN6 MILL XXJCOCOCOCOCXDCOCOOOCOCOCIC OCXDOCOOOCICOOCIOCODOOCCOC Cerrlllou American Block COAL $6.00 Per Ton YOU CAN DEPENR ON IT hang on to it that our plumbing work will give you satisfaction, notjonly as to guaranteed materials, but also as to cxpirt, skillful, sanitary installations, and alterations of your piping system. lJlease put this fact in your note book: The doctor will have less to do It the right kind of plumber does his work first. , An ounce of prevention, etc., and the ounce costs far less. The Standard Heating & Plumbing Company Auto. Phone 671. Bell, Red 2A4. COKE Thursday, Jan. II tb at 9 O'Cloek PRICES. SOe. rse. SI. 00 MILL WOOO KINDLING W.H.Hahn&Co BOTH 'PHONES XXXXXXXICOOCOCOCOCOOCOOO ! ...OUR... Tolu, Tar and Wild Cherry is not as good as a prescription from your doctor, but it Is prepared with as much care, and is the best all 'round "hit or misa" Cough Syrup we know of. The William "Drug Co. 117 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. Both 'Phones. Subscribe for the Citizen and Get the News gssiaw avsoB Bsaaata. ZtZtZZZ HST' S5a!SS Bssnor mmm taw 'vssmsr sEFzsr dsyy Rv n&r Mirff' aiLsaifc. fffaat, tantsarm Arrrsrs, rr stsan., swma .ttnaat eussza. l-. essBa, ossk t77 0 a The Future Rathod Metropolis of New Located on the Beien Cui-off of The Atchison, Topeka exico Santa F'e Railway Belenjs 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe system-leading east and west from Chicago Kansas uity, Oalveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico The Belen Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite 5x142 feet, laid out . uui who hroad 80 and 70-foot " '"'"- ' nour. waear. wine, beans and streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and Dublle Dark and arand old shaut trees mercantile establishments ia New Mexico; the Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 150 barrels daily; large winery: three hotels bay in Central New Mexico Itg Importance as a great comruercla! railroad city In the tit-ar future cannot be estimated . . LL ST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS nC SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE The lots offered are in the center of rhe city, coal and wood yard, drug store, hsrnpf hop MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH, e!l graded, (manv of thpm We need a flrBt-clan. bakery, mllnr tr,i,p. tto bouse, Jeweler, rliimblns sboo, pltu!n min modern botel. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES. IF YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO ProQirlont B M WM. M. BERGER, Secretary II i JOHN BECKER, President "LJIEP 4J,J,i;i!jMPr '' avaafwaw Am,m, tseasaa. am.n. jzt;zl zl'L ZZZZZL st! .ZZL zrr rr L"r '-.- , 11, ai, 1-in ,i aim. waa t rui 'nn ma aw, aSKr. t,tsbi aWPa TiTa trTTl TH tVTi' iTla tX&r