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SATURDAY, MARCH 3. 1906.
AJ.H'U 3UKHQUK KVKX1NO CITIZEN. PAGE SEVEN LIS) MM FL M The First Rose of Summer fell. seen In our Carprr Room which Is replete with all that is ' new and original in Design and J Colors of Carpets and Ruga. o also carry a large line 01 sam ples and can have any size Rugs made on shore notice. previous to Its Introduction, and though these 70 are receiving more money per man than before, the sav ing for the road is also considerable. It is reported that the "bonus" sys tem has worked the same effect at every shop on the Santa Ke where It has been installed. It Is also report ed that the man who is at the head of the corps of experts employed in stalling It receives a salarv equal to that of a life Insurance rfflelal. i! "'f?ft?? W$ Both Phone Cor. Coal and Second j PTiS' Sole Agen.e for Hoosier Kitchen I "veiWF Cabinet. g M M M THiS CHANGE TO SE CURE BARGAINS IN HARNESS SADDLES BRIDLES LAP ROBES AND ETC. We are offering some very special prices on this line of goods and it will certainly pay you to get our prices before you buy Albuquerque Hardware Company M M M H M M Torture by Savages. "Speaking of the torture- to which some of the savage tribes lu the Phil ippines subject their captives, reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys," says W. M. Sher man of Cushlng, Me. "Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Hitters, three bottles of which completely cured me.' Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia. Wood disorders and malaria; and restores the weak and nervous to robust health Guaranteed by ail druggists. Price 50c. A DEEP THINKER. "I hope there'll be no coal strike." "So do I. nut if there isn't then there'll be some other excuse for raising the price of Ice next summer." RAILROAD NOTES Master Mechanic Hicks of the local Sunta Ke shops, yesterday received a call from K. M. Gillmore of the Johns-Manville company of Chicago, manufacturers of asbestos products. One of the handsomest railroad souvenirs of the year is that sent out by the traffic department of the 'Frisco. It Is a vest, pocket memor andum book, with red leather cover and gilt edges. The remains of Herman Wolff, the brakeman killed the other day at. San Bernardino, passed through here last night for Detroit. Mich., his old home, where the remains will be interred. Mrs. Wolff and child accompanied the body. General Manager J. E. Hurley of the Santa Fe, Western Superintend ent Parker, and several other officials who have been in Kl Paso attending the opening of the new union depot there, are expected in Albuquerque some time today or this evening. m Yesterday, The Eevening Citizen stated that Resident Engineer Arey had been transferred from Williams to San Bernardino. It. In now under stood, in this connection, other trans fers were made, as follows: W. H. Oliver, to bo resident engineer at Needles; E. E. Bell to be resident en gineer at Williams. These changes to date from March 1st. m m m A freight train of forty-one cars, loaded with celery and citrus fruit, from southern California, is due here this afternoon, and another train, loaded with the same "perishables," will reach the city some time tonight. Roth trains will be re-iced here, and then proceed on east. The traffic in fruit and vegetables from southern California has been quite heavy the past week or two, atul from now un til th 5 close of the early season, the railroad officials will be kept busy, running eastward fast freight trains. The Arkansas City, Kan., Traveler says: Engineer George Rain is in re ceipt of an annual pass over the east ern grand division of the Santa Fe, from General Manager J. E. Hurley. The pass is given him because he has finished his thirty years of ser vice in the employ of the road. The pass will be made out new each year. There is only one other man on the Oklahoma division who has such a pass and that is conductor Al Glazier, who runs from Newton to Purcell. There are only about twenty men on the entire eastern grand division who hold these passes. WRECK OF TRAIN NO. 4 CAUSED MUCH CONFUSION DELAY OF TWELVE HCi-RS BRINGS FIVE TRAINS INTO LO , CAL STATION AT ONE TIME. The confusion that has prevailed In the bundling or westbound Santa Fe Mains the past twenty-four hours, was caused by No. 4 going In the ditch at Floyd, Mo., a small station near l.exing'on. The east bound limited jumped tne track and rolled down a twenty five loot embankment, Imr si range to say, passengers and train crew escaped serious injury. The clearing of the wreck caused about twelve hours delay in trains. Train No. 9 reached the city about 4 o'clock this morning. No. 1 followed about three hours later, and No. 7 howled Into the local station at 9 o'clock. On account of having to wait for mail u No. 7. train No. 9 did not continue, its Journey toward 171 Paso until 9:30 this morning. The northbound El Paso train No. In was also lute, arriving at 8:25, and USE GOLD COIN FLOUR. No. 2 came in about the same time. The presence of five trains at. the sta tion at one time caused no little con fusion. SANTA. FE RAILROAD TO USE INDIAN LABORERS. Charles E. Dagenette, outing agent for the southwest, who has been in the city for a few days' visit with his family, left last night for Rocky Ford, Colo., where he goes to look after the placing of a number of Indians at work in the beet fields for the Amer ican Sugar company. Mr. Dagenette staled before leaving that he had closed contracts for the supplying of Indian laborers to the Santa Fo Rail road company on its coast lines, which would give employment to a large number of the government's charges. He said that he would re turn to New Mexico in about two weeks and establish the first camp of Indian laborers on the Grand Can yon line, which will be composed chiefly of Moqui and Navajo Indians, other camps to be established later on, until, Mr. Dagenette states, over 1.200 Indians will be at work for the Santa Fe. "BOMS" SYSTEM IS BRINGING BETTER SERVICE Always Keeps Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in His House. "We would not bo 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 is Just what every family should do. Wihen kept at hand peady for instant use, a cold may Ik? 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 as soon as the child becomes hoarse, tu even after the croupy cough appears, which can ,cnly be done when the remedy is kept at hand. For sale by all drug gists. . o Congressman Lloyd's bill to limit a man's fortune to 10.00n,0u0 Is al) right and if It becomes a law we'll obey it. QrifewDoar No other legitimate business proposition on earth will guar antee you such big profits. If you buy bonds, or put your money in Savings Banks, you can get at the most only 4 per cent. IF YOU DEPOSIT YOUR MONEY WITH US, YOU GET 12 PER CENT ON EVERY DOLLAR. We do not deal in stocks or speculate in any way. Our in vestments are sound and secure. Your money is absolutely safe. In dealing with us you do business with a regularly incor porated company. BANK REFERENCES. Mention this paper and write today for complete information. LOS ANGELES CITY REALTY CO. tie Fay Building Los Angel, California UNIVERSITY NOTES INDIVIDUAL EFFORT SYSTEM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR CUTTING DOWN OF SANTA FE SHOP FORCES. to a railroad man who a position to know, the According has been in recent cutting down of the force of mechanics at the local shops was due to the "bonus" or individual system, recently adopted by the Santa Fe, which has brought about what the offi cials of the road term, "better serv ice." The "bonus" system of pay for me chanics is a slight improvement over the piece work system. It holds out extra pay for the rapid workman and still provides that the slow, yet first class workman shall receive a regu lar scale of wages, thus meeting the approval of the employes as well as securing better service for the road. According to this railroad man, it has also played iiavoc with the em- ployes, working many ct them out of i a job. At the local shops under the new system, 700 men are doing the same work that S00 men -were doing The girls' and boys' basket ball teams will be entertained by F'rof. and Mrs. Hodgln and President TUcht this evening. Last. Monday morning, the Univer sity enjoyed a visit from Hon. lssac Bart of St. .Johns, Ariz. Mr. Hart epoke to the students at the assembly period. The annual declamatory contest, held in Elks' ball room, last Tuesday night, resulted as follows: C. M. Horton, first; J. R. Tascher, second. There were ten contestants, each one winning merited applause. ,Miss Parsons gave an interesting address to the students yesterday morning, describing, in her usual vivid manner, "The Mississippi South Sea Bubbles" and other financial monstrosities. John Law, John Blunt and Conrad Gesner were taken as representing these wild schemes. Prof, and Mrs. Hodgin entertained the Ten Dons, at the Casa del Mesa, fast Wednesday evening. A unique feature of the dinner was an electric fountain, playing in the center of the large, round table. Later, after the reading and discussion of Dr. Hope's paper on "Things Worth While," the lions were treated to a surprise, when the dining room dflors were again opened, this time revealing the wives of the members, seated at the table. Always, Rem ember the Full y axative Rromo Qt Cures a Cold bi One Day, Criptii ber the Full .Nam umiao 2 Day en every boa. 25c sMul It was a complete surprise, and Prof, and Mrs. Hodgln were heartily con gratulated upon their originality. President Garrison of Butler Col lege, Indianapolis, with his father and mother, visited the University on Wednesday. In a brief address to the students, he emphasized the value of an education in the so-called cul ture subjects, as -well as In the more practical studies. Doctors Are Puzzled. The remarkable recovery of Kenneth Mclver of Vanceboro, Me., is the sub ject of much Interest to the medical fraternity and a wide circle of friends. He says of his case: "Owing to severe inflammation of the throat and con gestion of the lungs, three doctors gave me up to die, when, as a last re sort, 1 was Induced to try Dr. King's New Discovery and I am happy to say, it. saved my life." ' Cures the worst coughs and colds, bronchitis, tonsill tis, weak lungs, hoarseness and la grippe. Guaranteed at all drug stores. 50c and Jl.uO. Trial bottle free. NEW SPRING HATS. In all the new and popular styles, $2.50 to $3.00. Simon Stern, the Rail road Avenue Clothier. A iffy.. Ely's Cream Balm This Remedy is a Specific, Sure to Give Satisfaction. CIVES RELIEF AT ONCE. !t clonnse, soothes, brnU, and protects the! diseased ir.uiubriiuo. It cures Catarrh nml irivcs awny n. Culd in tln Ib'ud jniokly. licstores tbo Bruges cf Taste mid SmeiL i-';tsy to nte. I'nutHiiis no ir.pm.ms drugs. Appltd into the nostril1.) innl absorbed. Lun:- Siz,-, CO e":t Mt I'ruagLsts or by mail j Trial Ki.e, 10 ctiutri tjy muiL (F eiy eniiTHERS. ib wirron St.: njw nrk! STEAM CARPET CLEANING t THORNTON T ho Clamnor Cleans everything. He is the Furniture Man. Moving, pack ing and shipping, unpacking and setting up, and Is no upstart at the business. There Is no oth- i er Just Thornton. Both 'phones. 737 South Walter Street. V''VSJS THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats. Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT. Masonic Building, :ortn Third Street Thos. F. Kclchcr PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHE3 AND BRUSHES. Leather. Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes, HorRe Blankets, Etc. Pal metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and stops leak. Cash paid for Hides and Pelts. 109 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Established in 1882 r. G. PRATT , CO. Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods Jas. Heekin &. Co.'s Coffees. Im boden's Granite Flour. Staple and Fancy Groceries Hillsboro Creamery Butter Best Eanh. on Orders Solicited. Free Delivery. 214 South Second Street. B. A. SLCYSTCR INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone, 174. A. D. .JOHNSON 8ampion wind mill, ranch pumps and supplies and horse-power pump ing outfits. Auto. Phone 308, Colorado Red 131. SaWPUNaWM GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. FOUND AT LAST Woelens laundered without shrinking. We have added to our al ready well equipped laundery a machine with which we can handle woolens without shrinking. When we are through with them thev are Just like new. if other laundries ahrlnk them, bring them to us and we will straighten them out for you. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. "ReBlc?o?gP0g.s, DON'T SEND A IAA Y for your vehicles and harness when you can buy them at home end see what you are getting, and we are right here to stand by them. LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Albuquerque Carriage Co corner First and Tijtrt Road. 4) 4 1 1 . PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH Kep warm ndnjoy thfcotrl days bjr w curing (tortcct-tHtiutft tftilor-mado - t nsf Frost King tr Frost Queen Chamois Vest I Ma rift of chamois, reinforced with flutmol lijfht.eoftandoom. fortabte. Like everything le In thl ftoro,the vent am guaranteed 10 sire vntim aat Ufactioiu Trie. 93.00 F011 Balk By The Williams Druct Co. BLUE FRONT STORE. 117 W. Railroad Ave. Both phones. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building SappUcs SCREEN DOORS Both Phones 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. riages, Buggies, Driving Road Wagons, etc., Saddles and Harness. SPECIAL LOW PRICES' NOW. Everybody Invited to Look Through Our Large Three Floor Repository. J. KORBER & CO., ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO. B. F. COPP, D. D. S. Room 17. N. T. Armljo Building. TOri & GRA Ol Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay, Grain and Fuel. Hue line of Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Place your orders for this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET. KXXX300COC)OOC)OOOOOOOOOCXX)e) Corrlllom Ammrlemn Block COML $6.00 Per Ton COKE - MILL WOOD KINDLING iWE 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 wo do plumbing the best that in ua lies. If you believe our oldest patrons you will ask us for an estimate the next time you want anything done In our line. The Standard Heating & Plumbing Company Both 'Phones: Colo., Red 284; Auto matic, 671. OOOCKXXXXXOOCXXXXXOCOCOO WE GIVE You hest satisfaction In mill work. ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL 8K)OOOOOOOOC)OC)000000000000I A. E. WALKER, riRE INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Associa tion. Office at T. C. Baldrldges Lum ber yard. W.H.Hahn&Co DOTH 'PHONES OCOCXDOCODCOOOOCOOOOCXDOOO IYI. DRAGOIE Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries, Clgara and Tobacco, and all kinds of Fresh Meat. ' 300 North Broadway, Corner ol Wash ington Arenue. ALBUQUERUK.N. M. T. A. Lucero UP TO DATE SIGNS 208 WEST SILVER AVE, IP YOU WISH TO EAT a good: lunch and enchiladas on the Mexican style, go to South Third street, corner of Silver avenue, No. 215. Will he served promptly at any hour of the nlghL Prices will he from 2Ec to 30c. M. GRENADINO & CO. N. PEACH & CO. REAL ESTATE DEALERS Automatic 'phone, 6S5. Office, 208 West Gold Avenue. ff aeiffiBlK jOBZSXiS. K&B&SBhk rfgntiff? -'-ii- cygraBw .sfcgoihv r8 The Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico -egs msssmn. 85 Located on the Belen Cut-off of The Atchison, Topeka & Santo re Railway .2ls3 is 81 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 City, Galveston and points east to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico The Belen Town aod Improvement Company Own the Bclcn Townsite Of 1,000 business snd residence lots, size 25x142 feet, laid out with broad 80 and 70-foot streets, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trees; publls school houis, cost ing 816.000; churches, Commercial club; a population of 1.500 Inhabitants; largest mercantile establishments in New Mexico; the Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 160 barrels dally; large winery: three hotels, restaursnts, etc. Belen Is the largest shipping point for wool. Hour, wheat, wine, beans and hay In Central New Mexico. Its Importance as a great commercial railroad city In the near future cannot be estlmsted ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EA8T AND WEST. NORTH AND 8QUTH. The lots offered are In the center of the city, well graded, (many 0f them Improved by cultivation) ; no sand or gravel. We need a first-class bakery, tailor shop, shoe house. Jeweler, plumbing shot, planing mtil. coal and wood yard, drug store, harness shop, etc , etc. Also a first-class modern hotel. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON. EASY PAYMENT8; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES, IF YOU WISH TO 8ECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO WM. M..BERGER, Secretary R X jl JOHN BECKER, President ? j'."V.'; saraa,. osfiEiS'jMSBBh