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AJJJU 3UE11QUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1906. PAGE SEVEW fl. ff DM FH The Fitst Rose of Summer ".w- .... --- . S'y -Ji 1 Is to be seen In our Carper Hoom which Is replete with all that Is new and original In Design and Colors of Carpels and Ruga. We also carry a large line of sam ples and can have any size IluK" .nade on shore notice. i J. D. EMMONS. Both Phones Cor. Coal and Second Sola Agens for Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet. THiS CHANCE TO SE- M CUBE BARGAINS IN HARNESS SADDLES BRIDLES LAP ROBES AND ETC. We are offering some very s peclal prices on this line of goods and It will certainly pay you to gel out prices I iff ore you buy. J ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO. TRIED TO WRECK AN ENGINE FRANK MYERS. SANTA FE EN GINEER, MADE A CATCH AT OKLAHOMA CITY. zWh Cent I-ast Friday Engineer Frank Myers, of ihe Santa Fe, caught a man at Ok lahoma city, who was trying to put a piece of iron In he guides of his en gine. The man had put a piece ot iron in the guides on the engineer's side, when it was discovered by My ers. A short time later the same man returned and was trying to put. an other piece in the guides on the fire man's side if the locomotive, when the engineer saw him. Myers caught the man and held him until the po lice arrived. He was put in the Jail at Oklahoma City and Is Btill there awaiting some action by the author! lirs. Had the work not been discov ered 1j- Myers it is very likely that there would have been a badly wreck ed engine. FROZEN TO DEATH AFTER HIS FALL AWFUL FATE OF MAN BLOWN FROM BRIDGE AND WAS HELP LESS WITH BROKEN LEG. QfiEverjffioffQr No other le bus RAILROAD TOPICS H. C. Short, of the Santa Fe, was a visitor in the city yesterday from hk headquarters In Topeka, Kan. F. H. Mudge, supervising engineer for the Santa Fe on the cut-orr, left for Willard this morning, after spend lng Sunday in the city. Mrs. J. H. Hampson, wife of the senior member of the railroad build ing firm of Hampson & Smith, passed through this city yesterday morning for Denver, and from there she will go to Kansas City. m . m George D. McDill, one of the asso ciate secretaries or the Railroad Y. M. C. A., was In the city for a short time yesterday en roue west. Mr McDill is making a tour of the south western territories. About fifty Raymond-Whltcomb ex cursionists, who are just-returning from a trip into Old Mexico and other points in the south, were in Alouquer que Saturday, seeing the sights. Part of the party went to the Grand Can yon Saturday night, the remainder continuing on to their homes in the east. The Gallup Republican says: The first, of the week the office of the chief engineer of the Arizona & Colorado railroad was established in Gallup. The rooms to the rear of the offices of Dr. Stofer, in the Caledonian build ing, were selected for the. railroad of fices and the furniture was moved In Weduesday. Railroads are beginning to receive requests for cars to handle the spring movement of cattle from west Texas Reports from the freight department of the Santa Fe say that 1,000 cars have been ordered To move catle on the San Angelo division. The 'Frisco at Fort Worth has applied for 750 cars. . The wrecking crew, which left this city this morning for the Wuewater wreck, was delayed several hours by the breaking down of the engine a1 Isleta. The disabled engine had to be returned to the shops hero and exchanged for another, before the wrecking train could proceed to the scene of trouble. S. L. Bean, superintendent oi ma- ninery on the Santa Fe coast lines, with headquarters at I-os Angeles, is in the city on one of his periodical trips, noting conditions at the local shops. Mr. Bean says that it remains to bo seen whether the bonus system will prove a success, which is In part contradictory to the statement a rail road man made to The Evening Citi zen on Saturday. LARGEST FREIGHTCAR IN THE WORLD. The largest freight car In the world i being constructed in the St. Paul shops at Milwaukee. The largest freight cars in use at present are ot 100,000 pounds capacity, and they art looked upon as monstfrs. The new car will have a capacity of 200,000 pounds. It Is being built to transport a ninety-ton section of a base for a blast engine, which the Allis-Chalmers company Is shipping to Bethlehem, Pa. The car is forty feet long, has four, instead of two trucks, and six teen Instead of eight wheels. - SPECIAL OFFICER KILLED WHILE CHASING HOBOES. Special Oftieer Thomas Worden, of the Santa Fe, whose home was In San Bernard ino. Cal., was run down and instan'ly killed by a switch en gine in Seligman. Ariz.. lat Saturday, while watching hoboes and endeavor ing to prevent them boarding trains. Worden was eyeing the "vags" In tently and did not notice the swlfcn engine, with a siring of cars, which was backing lown upon him. until the engine had struck him. He was 'hrown beneath the wheels and his body horribly mangled. Death was instantaneous. Deceased la survived by a widow, three daughters and one son. A trick of fate in the death of Worden was the fact that the officer had tendered his resignation, which was to have taken effect Sunday, the day after he was killed. Mrs. Wor den was not surprised, although se verely shocked, upon being told of het husband's death, as she said she had a presentiment for weeks that he would be killed before nis resignation could take tffect. J. E. Hurley, general manager ot the Santa Fe, and his party, including a. number ot officials, were in Albu querque Sunday, returning from El Paso, where the party had been to at tend the opening ceremonies of the new El Paso Union depot, continuing on their way east Sunday morning. Among those In the party accompany ing General Manager Hurley, In his special train were W. n. Storey, chief engineer, of Topeka; H. J. Parker, general superintendent of the western grand division; F. N. Busbee, chief engineer of the western division; C. H. Gaunt, of the telegraphic depart ment; C. M. Taylor, mechanical su perintendent: W. K. Etter, superin tendent of the Rio Grande division, and a number of other officials. Mr. Etter left the party here and returned last night to San Marclal. . NEW SLATE IN THE SANTA FE OFFICES. The resignation of George Harwood as the head of the maintenance ot way department of the Santa Fe, In the local division, has caused a com plete change in two other departments in addition to that from which "ne has retired, says the San Bernardino Sun. Bob Brazelton has received the pro motion that local officials have said was coming to him, and he will fill the position vacated by Mr. Harwood. John Borden has also been deserving of promotion, and will bo advanced to the position of time keeper, made va cant by the promotion of Mr. Brazel ton. The position In the trainmaster's office will be filled by R. U Borden, brother of John Borden, who has been promoted from the position of trainman. Ik-ath by freezing, after hours of un;old suffering, was the terrible fate of Harvey Hale, 65 years old, Thurs day night, ile had been blown from a bridge and sustained a broken leg. Unable to move or to summon assist ance, he was compelled to lay silent and await the coming of death in a most fearful form. Mr. Hale was the father-in-law of H. A. Johnson, section foreman at Emery Gap, N. M., and was a section hand. He started out to walk to hla daughter's house, going along ta track, and he must have been blown from ihe Colorado & Southern rail jsiness 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 (-.peculate 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. BAN.. REFERENCES. Mention this paper and write today for complete information. 10S AKQEIES CITY REALTY CO. tit Fay Building Los Angel, California THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kindt of Frsah and 8alt Meat. Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLEINWORT, Masonio Bulldiug, :-iorto Third 8treet Thos. F. Kclchcr PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES. Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lap Robes. Horse Blankets, Etc. Pal metto Roof Paint; lasts five yean and stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and t'elts. m WEST RAILROAD AVENUE Established In 1882 F. G. PRATT & CO. sole agents for Casino Canned Goods .las. Heekin & Co.'s Coffees, Im ooden'a Granite Flour. Stapl and Fancy Groceries HilUboro Creamery Butter Best on Earth. Orders Solicited. Free Delivery. 214 South Second Street. B. A. SLEYSTER INSURANCE. RKAb ESTATE- NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 6, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone. 174. A. D. JOHNSON ALGODONES NEWS Special Correspondence. Algodones, N. M., March 3. The majority qf the farmers here are through planting their wheat crop, and a good many are planting garden truck. There will be a greater acre- road bridge near Emery Gap. in the Ke planted this year than formerly, northern section of New Mexico. The a many places where no crops could bridge spans an urroya and Is twenty , le raised for lack of water will have PE vTsaNiZNBV7vjtrsjaTNjjB sosarva sjissnh vflvarsa GROSS, KELLY &, CO., INC. Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. FOUND AT LAST Woolens laundered without shrinking. We have added to our al ready well equipped laundery a machine with which we can handle woolecs without shrinking. When we are through with them the re Just like new. if other laundries shrink them, bring them to us and we will straighten them out for you. IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO. ''cS8" DON'T SEND A VJA Y for your vehicles and harness wnen you can buy them at home end see what you are getting, and we ar right here to stand by them. LOW PRICES EASY TERMS Albuquerque Carriage Corner rirtt and Tijerat Road. feet high. Mr. Hale's leg was broken by the fall. He was unable to get to bis foet plenty of water this season. Indica tions are good for abundant crops this ytar. All classes of stock look well again, and although he probably called for this time of the year. The people loud for assistance until too weak to are much pleased with the outlook utter another sound, he was not heard, for the coming year and are corres He must have simply lain there, suf-. pondlngly cheerful, tering intensely from the cold and his j There was. a very nice wedding here Injury, until rita.b mercifully relieved a few days ago. The bride was the him of his agony. daughter of Andres Vigil, a prominent. He was not missed at his home, as sheep man and farmer of this place, it. was known that he had (darted for The young lady is a bright and well his daughters house, but when it was educated, pretty woman. The groom learned that he was not there, a searching party was hastily formed and the hunt, for the missing man was commenced. Meantime a snow had fallen and the unfortunate old gentle man had been burled completely from view. The searching party went over the bridge twice, but failed to see the body. Friday evening when Mr. John son was returning fr3.ii a Ion;; hunt he saw in the arroya part of the body, the snow hiving moVc'. dining the da v. The body was frozen quite stiff. The body was taken to and the funeral was held o'clock Saturday afternoon. Trim-lad, at 2:3') Torture by Savages. "Speaking of the torture to which some of the savage tribes in the Phil ippines subject their t-aptives, reminds me of the intense suffering I endured for three months from inflammation of the kidneys," eays W. M. Sher man of Gushing, Me. "Nothing helped me until I tried Electric Bitters, three bottles of which completely cured me.1' Cures liver complaint, dyspepsia, blood disorders and malaria; and restores the weak and nervous to robust health' Guaranteed by all druggists. Price 50c. The dale of the Hoppc-Slosson bil liard match has been fixed at March 27, in New York. It Is believed the attendance will be the largest that ever witnessed a billiard match in this country. The demand for seats Is unprecedented. The boy wonder will probably rule the favorite in the betting. Eczema, Tetter, Salt Rheum, Itch, Ring Worm, Herpes, Barbera' Itch. All of these diseases are attended by Intense itching, which is almost in stantly relieved by applying Chamber lain's Salve, and by Its continued use a permanent cure may bo effected, .i has, In fact, cured many cases that had resisted other treatment. Price 25 cents per box. For sale by all! druggists. J is the oldest son of Pedro leobato, a prominent farmer of this place. He is a young man of exceptionally good character and fully deserves his good luck. The wedding was a very pleas ant nffair and was much enjoyed by all pleasant. Peace and prosperity reigns here at present. If we can only keep one or two of our officious precinct offi cers within proper bounds. From present indications it seems that one, at least, of them will bo called to account, and taught a lesson that will make him understand that he Is a servant of the people and not their master. It will undoubtedly reduce the size of his head to something like its proper proportions. There Is something I must say, and that. Is that The Citizen Is now with out a rival in either New Mexico or Arizona; It is without question the beat paper In loth territories. Long may it reign. Sampson wind mill, ranch pump and auppllea and horse-power pump ing outfit. Auto. Phone 308, Colorado Red 131. O0000e i'WrfP PRESERVE YOUR HEALTH Keep warm And enjoy theeotd dnya bjr wearing 4 purtocl-UUing, tailor-mada . ... Frost King Or Frost Queen Chamois Veat , Mnrif) of chamois, reinforced with flannel lifht,toftand oom fortune. I.lkn everything else in thta tore, thewe, veu are miarnnleed tu givo entire ant lufact ion. Trite, S 3.0O Fob Sale By The Williams Drug Co. BLUE FRONT STORE. 117 V. KaJlroad Ave. Both phones. A Lively Tussle. with that old enemy of the race, con stipation, often ends in appendicitis. To avoid all serious trouble with stom ach, liver and bowels, take Dr. King's New Life Pills. They perfectly reg ulate these organs, without pain or discomfort. 25c at all drug stores. MEN AND WOMEN. I1 Hit for anruttuTftl Hiirbart!it,intlaniintioDft, trnf ntiuim or tilrmttoni of tii 11 i ii U H niiiniliiunn PrftMun-oiifUi. Paiiit.nt. and nt aitrin. HttVANSPHtMirALCP. jr?nt .-r ro:ootn). ClNClKfATI.C FyS Sna by ;ruRtft -V t.SeaV. Afri Of Milt I (llttin TappT, STEAM CARPET CLEANING J d f THORNTON 7 ho Clmmnmr Cleans everything. He Is the Furniture Man. Moving, pack In? flnri chlnnliicr itnnlrlitnr and setting up, and Is no upstart at 0 the business. There is no oth- er just Thornton. Roth 'phones. 0 737 South Walter Street. A B. F. COPP, D. D. S. Room 17. N. T. Armljo Building. for A GUtAOl Dealers in Groceries, Provisions, Hay, Grain and Fuel, Fine Una of Imported Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Place your orders for this line with us. 213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET. OCOCOOOOOOCOOOCODOOOOOOO Cerrlllot. ...... American Block 8 $6.00 Per Ton COKE - MILL WOOD KINDLING RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO, General Baiiding Supplies 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 rlages. Buggies, Driving Road Wagon, etc., Saddles and Harness. SPECIAL LOW PRICES NOW. Everybody Invited to Look Through Our Large Three Floor Repository. J.KORBER & CO., ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO WE HOLD UP THE IDEA that meritorious materials and pains taking workmanship in plumbing at a fair prico will satisfy more customer 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 ua ilea. If you believe our oldest patrons yon will ask us for an estimate the next time you want anything done in our line. oit inn Jt. i nu j iuiiuui u iicaiuiy vs Plumbing Company Both 'Phones: matic, 671. Colo., Red 284; Auto. sXXXXx:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOOO SCREEN TIME Is here. Door and Window screens made to order. ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL KXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOOOOOO A. E. WALKER, riRK INSURANCE. Secretary Mutual Building Associa tion. Office at J. C. Haldridge'i Lum ber yard. W.H.Hahn&Co DOTH 'PHONES 3O0O0000COCOCi0000CXX)0000 M, DRAGOIE Dealers In GENERAL MERCHANDISE, Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and all kinds of Fresh Meat 800 North Broadway. Corner of Wash ington Avenue. AL.BUQUERUE.N. M. T. A. Lucero IP TO DATE SIGNS 208 WEST SILVER AVE. IF YOU WISH TO EAT a good lunch and enchiladas on the Mexican style, go to South Third street, corner or Silver avenue, No. 215. Will te served promptly at any hour of the night. Prices will be from 25c to 30e. M. GRENADINO & CO. N. PEACH & CO. REAL ESTATE DEALERS Automatic 'phone, 635. Office, 20 lo west Gold Avenue. otmxMm rpareais. g--'yTt asssssa, ESSuEahk. d!E5Z3t. HtJt'iiH. X223kv .M. -USE COLD COIN FLOUR. The Fttttre Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico Located on the Helen Cui-off of The Atchison, Topeka &. Santa Fe Railway Bb12 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 Beten Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsitc Of 1.U00 buslnes and residence lots, size 26x142 feet, laid out with broad 80 and 70-foot streU, with alleys 20 feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trees; publle school house, cost ing 116,000; churches. Commercial club; a population of 1,600 Inhabitants; largest mercantile establlshniects la New Mexico; the Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 150 barrels daily; large winery; three hotels, restaurants, etc. Belen Is the largest shipping point for wool, flour, wheat, wine, beans au l hay in Central New Mexico. Its Importance as a great commercial railroad city In the near future cannot be estimated ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS. MAIL AND FREIGHT TRAIN8 OF THE SANTA FE ROUTE WILL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN. EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH. The lots offered are In the center of the city, well graded, (many of them Improved by cultivation) ; no tand or gravel. We neel a first-class bakery, tailor shop, shoe house, Jeweles, plumbing shoa, planing mUL coal and wood yard, drug store, barnest shop, etc, etc. Also a first-class modern hotel. OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAP AND PRICES, IF YOU W13H TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO The Belen JOHN BECKER, President Town and Improvement Company WM. M. BERGER, Secretary ill JML. 83sssswr "cratis!1 '-mssfflg tcara enrs. dfiuraifc. .garsaafc. ki 11