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ALHU 3UKKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1906.
PAGE SEVCN
The First Rose of Summer
1 VVs fw , WVfv
CLERKS ARE BUSY
WEIGHING MAIL
Carried by Santa Fe Trains
Running Out of Albu
querque. INTERES1ING DATA O.N OPERATION
The government weighers of the
United stales mail, who are now en
gaged in working on Santa Fe trains
out of this city, are fast getting
taings systemlzed, so that by the
time the ninety days' period is up,
they will have found a basis upon
which to determine "the railroad's
pay."
The railway mall service for the
weighing of mall is divided into four
districts, New Mexico and all states
and territories west of the Missouri
river being In the fourth district. Once
every four years, for a period of
ninety days, all mail, carried by the
trains, Is weighed, for the purpose of
ascertaining how much mail is car
ried over each railroad, so that a
pay basis can be established for the
following four years.
The amount of mail on board a
train, when it leaves Its terminal sta
tion, the amount picked up during
the run, and the amount carried
tnrongh to its terminus, is recorded,
and forwarded to the department at
. Washington. On the big lines special
weighers ar..t hfcsigned to certain cars,
imt on the branch lines postal clerks
make the record. If pouch mail Is
sent out of here as express, Post
master Hopkins makes the record.
The average amount of mail carried
per mile is thus computed, and ihe
. raflioads paid accordingly.
More Mail, Less Pay.
Contrary 'to the general opinion,
the more volume of mall carried the
Kninller the rate thereon. Five thou
sand pounds per day Is the maxi
mum for which the government will
pay, and this is carried at a smaller
Tate per pound than would one hund
red pounds. The smaner the amount
of mail handled .the higher the rate
per pound.
"Uncle Sam, in the mail depart
ment," said an employe of the local
post office, to a Citizen representative
today, "Is a royal spender, when It
comes to facilitating the rapid deliv
ery of mail, and it's the road 'hat
gets the mail to its destination quick
est that gets Uncle Sam's shekels.
"Of course, out f here, we've got
to send It over the Santa Fe, ami It
looks like a 'cinch' for that road. But
look deeper. If the Santa Fe doesn't
make what the government thinks is
fast enougn time, it Is counted against
t'.tem In their endeavor to secure con
tracts tor hauling mail out of Chi
cago. KansaH City, 'Frisco, etc., where
there are rival roads. So you see
Albuquerque mall receives as much
consideration as any other city's
mall."
More Than 35,000 Routes.
According to a recent report of the
postmaster g'eneral, there are more
than 35,i"ii routes of domestic mall
" Fervlce in operation In the United
States. The total length of these
routes is 490,948 miles. The num
ber of miles traveled a year Is 44j,
744,845. The annual rate of expendi
ture for transportation of the mull is
153,07(1,413. The rate of cost a mile
Is 11.9 cents. Of the sum expended
for domestic mall service, $31,942,1 SO
is paid to the railroads. This does not
Include the salaries of the mall
clerks, which aggregates more than
$10,(1(10,(1(10 a year. The count of the
( ieces of n ail handled in the year
1899 showed a total of 7,118,422.840
pieces of first class matter, (!,233,
5(19,885 pieces of all other kinds of
matter, making a total of 13.351.992.
725 pieces.
BUSINESS STILL KEEPS UP.
Financial Report of Santa Fe Shows
Big Cain.
According to the financial repent of
the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe
Hallway company for the month of
January,' th business handled by the
rosd W'ls fnr in excess of what it was
H'.ring the same mouth a year ago.
Tl.e gn!-"s arnings for the month
were $d, 536.985; an increase of $2,
129.211; net earnings, $2,2Sii,437; an
increase of $718,027. These figures
bring the pros earnings of the com
pany for the last sexen months,
which are the first of the fiscal year,
up to $45,137,777; an Increase of 5,
114.949, net earnings. $17,lS4.8m',; an
Increase of $3,01 0.(133.
Evidently, some one fond of th?
sound of fire aims. Is trying to create
some excitement in the neighborhood
of the viaduct on First street, by
firing a revolver. Several days ago
USE
COLD COIN
FLOUR.
which is replUe with All that la
new and original In DeBlgn and
Colors of Carpets and Ruga.
We also carry a large lino of sam
ples and can have any size Rugs
made on shore notice.
J. D. EMMONS.
Both Phone Cor. Coal and Second
Sole Agerva for Hooeier Kitchen
Cabinet.
some one flred five shots under the
viaduct and a night or two ago this
performance was repeated In the
same locality. When the yard officers
made an investigation no one was in
sight. It is thought that yard men or
some one employed In the round
house is thus amusing himself, but
should he be caught "with the good"
and fined, It will not be so funny.
MUCH CHEAP LABOR
COMING FROM MEXICO
ONLY LABOR THAT CAN COM
PETE WITH JAPANESE FOR
RAILROAD WORK,
Train No. 10 this morning carried
its usual consignment of Mexican
peons. The gang numbered about
Of ty and was in charge of a well fed,
rather intelligent looking Spaniard,
who herded his proteges in a manner
that reminded one of the fabled story
of the slave herder. A dozen boxes
of cracKerg and cheese done up in
small parcels were put aboard the
train at the local station with which,
presumably, they were to be fed until
they reach their destination. These
low-bred Mexicans are the only labor
ers who can compete with the hordes
of Japanese that are being shipped
Into the United States for railroad
work.
The Tucumacrl Times says; ' A
corps of El Paso & Southwestern rail
road surveyors are in the city, sur
veying out sidetracks and grounds
for the establishing on the division
ut this point, which is to be moved
from Santa Rbsa, In the near future.
The ground for a ten-stall round
house has been selected and the sur
veyors are now busy trying to get a
lower grade from the Pajarito creek
into TucunicMri. ,
Day Ticket Clerk Harry Fouts, of
the local st.aticn, is off duty suffering
from an Illness which attacked bis
stomach last night. Mr. Fouts par
took of some veal chops last evening
that gave him a cramp in the stomach
thaf was so severe at first as to cause
anxiety, but he is resting much easier
this morning.
David L. Mayers is t,he present
traffic manager of the Pecos Valley
lines of tho Santa Fe railway, with
headquarters at Amarillo. Tex. He
has succeeded A. L,. Conrad In that
position.
Engineer Harry Rehder and Fire
man Torrey returned this morning
from a hunting trip down the Rio
Grande river. A bulging game bag
told the tale of their success.
R. J. Arey, resident engineer of the
coast lines of the Santa Fe, with
headquarters at Williams, Ariz., will
remove his ofTlee from the latter town
(o Kan Bernardino, Cal.
W. K, Elter, superintendent of the
Rio Grande division of the Santa Fe.
was in the city yesterday from his
headquarters a' San Martial.
-
Judge Henry I. Waldo, solicitor of
the S-.mla Fe railway for New Mex
ico, has returned to Las Vegas, from
a two weeks' visit to Kansas Citv.
C. A. Tlllotson, telegraph operator,
formerly with the Santa Fe in the lo
cal office, has accepted a iosition
with the road at Grants.
W. W. Webster, connected with the
Santa Fe at San Bernardino, Bpent
yesterday in this city.
n
The Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico
Located on the Belen Cut-off of The Atchison. Topeka & Santa Fe Railway
is 31 miles south of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe systemleading east and west from Chicago,
Kansas City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico
The Belen Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
Of 1.000 butlness sod residence lots, size 25x112 feet, laid out with broad 80 sod 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake sod public para and grand old shade trees; publle school honst, cost
ing $16,000; churches. Commercial club; a population of 1,600 Inhabitants; largest mercsntile establishments In Now Mexico; the Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity. 150 barrels dally; large winery; three hotels,
restaurants, etc.
Delen Is the
ALL FAST LIMITED
The lots offered are In the center of the city, well graded, (many of 'them improved by cultivation); no
cost and wood yard, drug store, bsrnem shop, etc , etc. Also a first-class modem hotel.
JOHN BECKER, Prcsident'J
NEW ARCHBISHOP
OF NEW ORLEANS.
Dr. nienk, who is at present bishop
?f Porto Klco, has been selected by
the pope as the successor of the late
Archbishop Chapclle, who died hero-
RT. REV. JAMES BLENK.
Ically durinj the yellow fever epi
demic at New Orleans last summer.
Bishop Blenk was born in New Or
leans in 1867.
PRESSED BRICK PLANT
FOR ALBUQUERQUE
ALBUQUERQUE PRESSED BRICK A
TILE COMPANY TO LOCATE
HERE INSTEAD OF ALGODONES.
Although a pressed brick plant at
Algodones would be or great benefit
to Albuquerque, on within the city
limits would be of still greater bene
fit. This Is what will happen as a
result in a change in the plans of
the Albuquerque Pressed Brick
Tile company..
The original plans were to erect a
large plant at Algodones whom th
shale is located, and make exclusively
i'i caseu oricK, Dut upon consideration
the company discovers that the propo
sition will be more profitable if locat
ed at the seat of the chief market for
their product, which is Albuquerque,
and make the common fire clay brick
with shale mixed with adobe, as well
as manufacture ihe pressed brick. The
railroad has been interviewed and it
is found that the raw material can be
shipped at less cost than the finished
product, which Is a strong argument
in favor of a plant located at the seat
of market. There is very little or no
shrinkage in shale from the time it is
mixed until it has been transformed
Into the finished product, and this Is
another argument in favor of the
change In plans, as adobe, which will
be used in the common brick. Is found
au""li to tne city In plenty. It is
easily seen that a plant located here
would rave the haul of all the adobe
"a m tne manufacture of common
brick.
This change of nlans ,o
some time ago, but for reasons known
pnly to tiie promoters themsedves
has not been made public, though very
u klmju news ior tne peo-
? I n nf A 11... . . r
i Albuquerque, i be securing of
a site for the plant was probably one
o uy ,e news was not given
out. This land has been obtained now
and it Is understood to be dlrectlv
"-y- me machinery for
the plant has been imrnhnuorl l o
Louis, and will be put on the cars
mere witnia a few days.
Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch,
Ring Worm, Herpes, Barber'
Itch.
All of these diseases are attended
by intense Itching, wnich is almost in
stantly relieved by applying Chamber
lain s Salve, and by Its continued use
a permanent cure may be effected.
has, in fact, cured many cases that
had resisted other treatment. Price
25 cents per Ikjx. For sale by all
druggists.
T. Y. .Maynard, officii!) watch In
spector for the Santa Fe. left lant
night for a trip over the Rio Grande
division.
Afflicted With Rheumatism.
"I was and am yet afflicted with
rheumatism," says Mr. J. C Bayne
editor of the Herald. Addlngton, In
dian Territory, "but thanks to Cham
berlain's Pain Balm am aide once
more to attend to business. It is the
best of liniments." If troubled with
rheumatism give Pain Balm a trial
and you are certain to be more than
pleased with the prompt relief It af
fords. One application relieves the
pain. For pale by all druggist.
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A Citizen want ad will get the busl
nssa. Try ons.
largest shipping point for wool, flour,
EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN. EAST AND WEST,
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TRY TO FIRE STUYVESANT FISH.
A movement, backed by strong
financial Interests, is on foot to force
Stuyvesant Fish out of the presidency
of the Illinois Central railway, be
because he opposed an attempted
whitewashing of Mutual Life insur
ance officials. Mr. Fish was a mem
ber of the Mutual sclf-lnvestlga;lng
.K -4 . A.
STUYVESANT FISH.
committee, and when he sought to lav
nare tne rottenness of the management
of the company, he was opposed by,
President Charles A. Peabodv and1
other members of the committee. Some
Mutual Life director are also direc
tors of the Illinois Central railway,
notably E. H. Harrlman.
Alway Keep Chamberlain' Cough
Remedy in Hi House.
"We would not be without Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. It Is kept on
hand continually In our home," says
W. W. Kearney, editor of the Inde
pendent. Lowry City, Mo. That la
Just what every family should do.
When kept at hand ready for instant
use, a cold may le checked at the out
set and cured in much less time than
after it has become settled In the
system. This remedy Is also without
a peer for croup In children, and will
prevent the attack when given aa goon
as the child becomes hoarse, or eveu
after the croupy cough appears, which
can only bo done when the remedy Is
kept at hand. For sale by all drug
gists. NEW SPRING HATS.
In all the new and popular styles,
$2.B0 to $5.00. Simon Stern, tho Rail
road Avenue Clothier.
Try a Citizen want ad.
MENANOWOMEn.
Cm Bl CJ for unnatural
diwharTM,lnfltiimtioDv,
irritation or ulceration
riwiaMlictoi. Palulaaa. and not mmtrinl
IVANS CHEMtrn CO. gut or m:ooodi.
, ClrlOINNATI,o r Sold PmnrliU,
or anl trt plain wrapper,
bt cxpreM, frpatd, lor
1 00. or bott'ii 7Y
Circular taut on rouneaftt
T. A. Lucero
UP TO DATE SIGNS
208 WEST SILVER AVE.
IF YOU WISH TO EAT A. trnnri
I" "C
1..1TK
lunch and enchiladas on the Mexican' b fCdfctiUr CJff &
style, go to South Third street, corner '.X 120 WEST SILVER AVENUE.
or Silver avenue. No. 215. Will he
served promptly at any hour of the
night. Prices will be from 25c to 30c.
M. GRENADINO 8c CO.
STEAM CARPET CLEANING
THORNTON The Clamnmr i
Cleans everything. He Is the A
Furniture Man. Moving, pack- V
ing and chipping, unpacking and X
setting up, and is no upstart at 9
the business. There is no oth- f
er just Thornton. Both 'phones. 0
737 South Walter Street. 4
JL. A I "
B.
Room
F. COPP, D. D. S.
17. N. T. Armljo Building.
i7
wheat, wine, beans and bay la Central New Mexico. Its Importance as a
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
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WM. M.
THIRD STP.EET
Meat Market
All Kind of Freeh and Salt Meat.
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIL KLEINWORT,
Masonic Bulldiug, :ortn Third Street
Thos. F. Kclchcr
PAINTS. OILS. VARNISHES AND
BRUSHES.
Leather. Harness, Saddle, Lp
Robe, Home Blanket. Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts five year and
top leak. Cash paid for Hide and
Pelt.
W9 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Established In 1882
F. G. PRATT esco.
Sole agents for Caalno Canned Oood
Ja. Hiekln & Co.' Coffees. Im
Doden'a Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Groceries
HHUboro
Creamery Butter Beat on
Earth.
Order Solicited. Free Delivery.
214 Sooth Second Street.
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE REAL ESTATE
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Room S, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque
Automatic Telephone. 174.
A.D. JOHNSON
Sampcon wind mill, ranch pumpe
and supplies and horse-power pump
ing outfit.
Auto. Phone 308, Colorado Red 131.
PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH
Kmp warm and enjoy th oold
d.r. br win n per(oct-ttltln,
,.llorm.d.
Frost King
6r Frost Queen
Chamois Vest ;
Made of chamois, KlnforeaS
with flannel light, aoft and oom
fortablo. Mao ewrythlnB aim In thla
olore, tha vnsta a re gaarantood
U (In antlre l lafaotion,
tvim, S3. 00
FnnfcULlbt
The Williams Drug Co.
BLUE FRONT STORE.
117 W. Railroad Ave. Both phones.
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The Best Place to Eat
Pollock9 s
X 13 an m m m mm S.
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TOT A OR API
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your orders for
this line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET,
CXXX)COCOCOCXXXXXXXX)000
Cerrllio American Block Q
COAL
$6.00 Per Ton
COKE - MILL WOOD
KINDLING
W.H.Halin&Co
DOTH 'PHONES
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ILci
sand or gravel
We need a first-class
m m m ar- w - - - - v.
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
Wholesale Grocers
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
ALBUQUERQUE
GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC.
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FOUND AT LAST
Woolens laundered without ahrinklng. W 1st added to our al
ready well equipped lsundery machine wRh which ws can handle
woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them they
are Just like new. If other laundries shrink them, bring them to as
nd we will straighten them out for you.
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY
OOAf'T SEND AWAY
Albuquerque Carriage Co
Corner rittt and Tijtrmt Road.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO.
General Building ScppHes
SCREEN DOORS
Both Phones
COCOCCOOCOCCXDCOCOCOCXOOO
WE GIVE
You best satisfaction In mill
work.
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
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A, E. WALKER,
riRE
INSURANCE.
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at J. C. Baldridge's Lum
ber yard.
M. DRAGOIE
Dealers In
GENERAL MERCHANDISE,
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and
all kinds ef Fresh Meat
800 North Broadway, Corner of Wash
ington Avenue. ALBUQUEKUE.N. M.
EST.
great commercial railroad city in the nesr
bakery, tailor shop, shoe bouse. Jeweler,
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AND LAS VEGAS
CO.
Red Wagons"
BACK OF P. O.
for your vehicles and harness wis
you can buy them at home and see
what you are getting, and we are
right here to stand by them.
LOW PRICES -EASY TERM 3
Third and Marquette
IT IS NOW TIME FOR YOU TO
THINK ABOUT PLEASURE
and you should look over our very
large new stock of the latest style Car.
rlages, Buggies, Driving Road Wagons,
etc., Saddles and Harness.
SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW.
Everybody Invited to Look Through
Our Large Three Floor Repository.
. KORBER & CO.,
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO
WE HOLD UP THE IDEA
that meritorious materials and pains
taking workmanship in plumbing at a
fair price will satisfy more customers
than inferior attention to the matter
In hand Jobs secured by promises of
economy. At any rate that's how we
do plumbing the best that In us lies.
If you believe our oldest patrons yoi
will ask us for an estimate the next
time you want anything done in our
line.
The Standard Heating &
Plumbing Company
Both 'Phones:
matle, 671.
Colo
Red 284; Auto-
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FEED STABLES
Corner Second nd Marquette.
C. GRANNIS, Prep.
Auto Phone, 311. Colo 300 Red.
Day and Night Hack.
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
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N. PEACH & CO.
REAL ESTATE DEALERS
Automatic 'phone, 635. Office, 208 Mi-
West Gold ATsnue.
Ed,
future cannot be estimated.
NORTH AND SOUTH,
plumbing shoe, slsnlni mUl.
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BERGER, Secretary flfl
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