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THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1?06.
PAGE SEVEN. ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN. THiS CHANCE TO SE CURE BARGAINS IN A P. N E S S SADDLES BRIDLES LAP ROBES AND ETC. We are offering some very special prlr s on this line of goods anil it will certainly pay you to get out prices before you buy. ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO. THE ERA OF FREAK CONSTRUCTION throw-in 'hp oefupants of the waeon the ground. One of th occupants of the wagon was Mr. Pease, noting secretary and cashier of the Luna . ad company. t)f Railroads, and Engineers Are Called Upon to Per form Some Feats. FOR THE CATTLEMEN The i-'ar.t.i Fe Railroad company ".a a fore of men at work changing .tracks and enlarging the yards west j of the Doming l-po(. Several new tracks are being siuilt to nuke ro m ; for the Increasing traffic. A new pair .of scales are being l.uilt for the weighing of car load lots, the old ones i having been destroyed bv fire two MATTERS OF GtNtRAL INTEREST j f ars apo' . , I Willis Bnldiidge. a locomotive en- glnocr from California, is here on a An era ot freak ranroad nuuuing 1 ! visit to "nis Jrothor. J. C. Baldridge. upon us. Capitalists are calling upon j railroad engineers to perform marvel-' rCTTtvp fflfin UPCIll TC ous feats (f engineering. Encouraged ULl I IllU UUUU KLjULIJ by the willingmss of capital to make lavish, expenditures the civil engineers ore aoccmplishing wonders, ays thei Raihwav World. The Grand Trunk I ASSOCIATION CALLS UPON ITS wants a tunnel under the Detroit j MEMBERS TO BE WIDE AWAKE river, and it is built. President Cas-1 IN MATTERS OF LEASING PUB uatt is no long-r content to stop thei LIC DOMAIN FOR GRAZING. Pennsylvania railroad trains at Jer-1 .. t-i ,.. Vo-a, York- The cattlemen of Arizona are man Ever, more than that, thev must cross , Ifting keen interest in the forest the metropolis an.i nroceed oti a con- reserve regulations for cattle gra- (,,no,. tinn in ldi. ' ng. and the Arizona Cattle GrowCTS enoe to this wish the .engineers plan I association has taken up the matter a tunnel under the North river, a sub-! " " " i . ''V " wav across New York City, a tunnel : J"tlr with s-t U government .1o.. Vavt river !t. liridlrea 1oi' 1nP new regulation. oini.i from t.r, ll.ind. I Circulars have been sent out. to the The cost cuts little figure and the ! members of the association in whu-n work is being performed as planned. ! attention is called to two bills which JIF Harriman -was not satisfied tJiat now pending before congress, re his' trains should ma.Ue a detour U"Z laslnjr in s:me manner arour.d Great Salt Lake. :,IU the Mi- of 'h" rW domain for grazing -pur-cine cutoff results, by whieh ttie ' T? onforences -have Wn held Union Pacific trains cross that holly,-',h4Mess' Pinchot and Potter, of of water on trestles. D. II. Moffat rjta forest reserve service, and every Denver who imbibes daring as he In- "mber of the assoe at ion s asked hiles the raiv- 'atmosphere of a high;'" contribute his advice and ex,-r -altitude, conceived a bold project of , f e reaehing so ution wh ra pu.-hing a.new railroad by a direct ; be fair to all The circular Stat-, line from Denver to Salt Lake City, j t the matter Is vital to ; very- cat Undaunted by high grades, deep i e and lr.trse raiser, as. f mistakes ....,. - nuain i.n- ier.- he eon-1 are made, it will mean the driving stnicKd tunnel after tunnel through ! f "-.any stockmen out of the husi the heart of the mountains e n a Re ne Ln'- x. , never attempted in this country 1.0-f he as.oc,at,on has none much goo ti re. There is ever, in contemplation.'" its members and also for the the building of a tunnel under Beh-1 southwest t opposed the hign ra-o rlr?g Strait, to connect Alaska with: of taxes for forest reserves and it at. Siberia, a project which M-ems to be ! resent time making life unnleas-. receive I w lth greater enthusiasm by , "' for cattle rustler.. A lole.te , tihe Russians than bv the Americans.!, to the last meeting of he But perhaps one of the most won-, 'f1 ,Uve4fcS,oc ociat,on. ' .ij-f .i If on 4i,eJ ;m.arvelo,w feats of ; t,tx.1c up the matter of the reg-; SMASH AT STANDARD OHIO "TRUST BUSTER" HAS FILED OUSTER SUITS AGAINST THE BIG MONOPOLY. 11; '-'-. . s II I ZYITA.N TS. B Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Go. OF CALIFORNIA Largest Life Insurance Co. West of (lis Mississippi THIRTY EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT SHOWS: Approved Assets $10,803,293.00 Surplus to Policy Holders 946,362.06 Income for 1905 4,637,746.61 Insurance In Force 94,836,637.00 COMPARE THIS WITH YOUR POLICY. A $10,000 policy provides: W( eklyr Rick iK-nofit, Sr,(i ; weekly accident benefit. $oP; if Injured on public conveyance. $100 per week; for total disability, $10,000, in ten annual Installments; in case of death, $10,000; cash, or j rid up Insurance at. maturity. Divi dends paid annually. Annual Cost per $1,000, nt the age of 30 years $27.00 K..r farther Information, call on or address, F. B. SCHWENTKER, Manager For New Mexico and Northern Arizona. Room No. 1, N". T. Armiio Building. Auto. Phone 730 Out of Our Pocket Into Yours Our Top Buggies and Runabouts mast mors We need the flow space tor another ear. It's a time to help yourself by helping pa. RUNABOUTS, were $55.00 to $125.00; now $46.00 to $108.00 TOP BUGGIES, were $65.00 to $140.00; now $52.30 to $123.00 We are also quoting very low prices on Surreys. StanhODes. Con cords, Buckboards, spring Wagons, etc. Out of town business solicited. X Write for catalogue and price Y Albuquerque Carriage Co S Corner Flrtt and Tijeras Road. 4E04. T T.ltd", Ohio. May 10. Elected in spite of the opposi'ic.n of the big corporations, L. W. Wac':ieiihe!ner. prosecuting attorney : Lucas county, made good wtn'tt !ie Ulet ousifr suits against the Standard Oil company and seventeen affiliated concerns. Wachenheimer charges them with conspiracy and pr; mist s to fight them te the end. MERCHANT TAILORING UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE, O. BAM BINI, PROPRIETOR. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. My merchant tailoring shop la up sta.irs over No. 200 West Railroad ave nue, where I solicit the patronftgje of the public. All work guaranteed first class, as I have bad fifteen years' ex perience in the business. Suits made t. order, clothes rleancd. nressed and Bell, Ariz., was sentenced to twenty-j repaired. The specific 1 use will not five years in the penitentiary t injure the cloth. Ladies' garments Yuma. Sentence was imposed by nj,, eieaned nd walking skirts made Judge Camplx'll. Castro had nothing!, order. Give me n. trial O. BAMBINI. to say fvr himself. He took the sen tence calmly and displayed no emo tion. If Castro maintains good conduct at the penitentiary, lie can cut down his sentence nine years and nine months. A former penitentiary guard stated that for good conduct, two months are allowed the first year, four months for the three f:llowin(? years, and five months for each year there after. This would maJ-e a total of 117 months for a st-ntenee of twenty five yesrs. Inasmuch as the Mexican govern ment officials have long memories, it is very likely that they will be awaiting Castro when he is released ' why not try a 2o-ccnt bottle of Pain from the Yuma penitent iar'- Hcmnr-lBalm and see for yourself how do red a woman in Minas Prietas. In , quickly it relieves the pain. For sale Mexico they do n. t have capi'al pun- . l,y a'.l druggists. ishment. but. prisoners for serious of-j o tenses are frequently "shot while j A westtrn newspaper dedans the 'rying to escape," when being "trans- railroads are on the run. Well, what t'-rred" from one prison to ancthcr. j are they here fore, but to run? Sciatica Cured After Twenty Years of Torture. For more than twenty years Mr. J. B. Mass'ey, of 3322 Clinton St., Min neapolis, Minn., was tortured by sciatica. The pain and suffering which he endured during this time is beyond comprehension. Nothing gave him any permanent relief until he used (thaiirherlain's Palm Balm. One application of that liniment re lieved the pa.in and made sleep and rest possible, and less than one bottle has effected a permanent cure. If troubled with sciatica rr rbeumatlsm LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANS FER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE qiTY Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works t iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Crs; ihaftlan. Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit .Metal; Columns and Iron frosts lor Buildings. H$tmlr en Mining end nlll Mmehlnmry m peef Foundry east side of railroad t.ack. AJbaqseron. ft m ELITE CAFE GOOD TABLE BOARD. $t A WEEK. AT ELITE CAFE, 120 WEST SILVER AVENUE, CLOSE TO POST-OFFICE. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO. General Building Supplies SCREEN DOORS Both Phones Third and Marquettt J STEAM CARPET CLEAN f G j Cleans everything. lie is 1 X i Furniture Man. Moving, pi 1 1 I j settlnir tin. and is no unstart : v the business. There Is no other Just Thornton. Both 'Phones. 737 South Walter Street. Thos. F. Keleher PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND BRUSHES. Leather, Harness, Saddles, I.ap Dusters, Whips, Axle Oils, etc. Pal metto ltoof Paint; lasts five years and stops leaks. Cash paid for Hides and Pelts. 408 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE. railrod construction is that wbicn in new being attempted by Henry M. Flagler. This is he Florida East Coast railroad to Key West. From Homestead, the present terminus, me, road will be lengthened 126 miles, at ! promoti0ns a cost of between $10,000,000 and $12.- j 000,000. From island to island tne railroad is being extended, only t;5 ulation of intersta'e railroad rstes ! and International trade rejulationst. OFFICIAL MATTERS Forest Re- on Lincoln serves. ! J hn Ie;-r, ranger in charge of the ,..,. ,.:., ,.. -,t,,rnl fontid.v M-ineoin lores:, reserve, nas neeu pro-, lions- rt.ck embankments- and rein- m to supen-lsor of the reserve.: forced concrete arch viaducts being i Ilars Bingham. Mnney and Peter used to fill up the eps. Drawbridges " 'be reserve tw advanced of these arches wT.l require 200,100 .one grade and will therefore receive! cubic yards of sand, and 2.800 bar-' ; rels of cement. 176.900 cubic yank of , , . ... . . - stone end 4.810 tons of st.,1. Exten- Notaries Publ.c Appointed, sive d :cks and terminals wi'.l be con- The following notaries public were Ktructed by Key West for the accom- loday appointed liy Governor Haeer-tnoda-ion of huge floats and barges, man: Frank B. Coe. Oleneoe, Lin on which cars will be transported AO oln county. miles to Kavaiinn, thus- making i:, tios- sible for travelers from any point in No Increase in National Guard Com fne United States to t- conveyed to panies. Cuba -without leaving their car. In ; Adjutant General Tarkington yes-1 three years this undertaking will bejterday iiositivejy denied the report! completed. I tha. several new militia companies' "If the young me in the eatt only : were atiout to lie 'started in different knew of the vast, amunt of work that cities of the territory, is offered them in the wt I believe "There is hardly money enough fer that many of them -would cot hesitate the maintenance of -what companies to take t.eir future in their own we already have," he stated, "and in hands and 'hike' into fne country stead of new companies being formed, where work i-s plentiful, -workers few j we may have to disband some of the end -wages good," says J. Star.W Orr, i existing ones." lie also denied that' of the Harriinan lines in Clrvelar.,1 the official permission had been granted: other day. i for a troop of cavalry to be organ- I ized a-t Carlsbad. ENGINE CRASHES INTO ! : STREET CAR AT TRINIDAD. MURDERER GIVEN ,TWENTY- Eni-ine 8S on the Snn'a Fe railroad, FIVE YEARS IN PEN. Faturday nig-ht at 11 o't ! cl:, crashed' Ramon Castro, found guilty of mur into str'et c?.r No. -1. r. c'.iarge of i der in the. second degree, for the kill Motorn.sn W. J. Wi'lim s. says 'he ing of Altagracia Manzo at Silver Trtnldad Advertiser. 'IT,. side - f the str-t ff.r struck ly tbo 'HL'ine w:is ; CALIFORNIA For a change why not make that visit to Califor nia early in the season? You'll enjoy It. Visit Grand Canyon en route. Stop over and see the Petrified Forest. Ride through the country of fruits and flow ers. Attractive and inexpensive variable route tours within the means of almost every one. About one-half the usual rate. Long limit and liberal stopover privi leges. I'll help you plan a trip. Tickets on sale April 2 to May 6, incusive. The Santa Fe is the line of fast trains, modern and comfortable chair cars and luxurious Pullmans, Harvey meals, rock-ballasted track, block signals. N. B. Members of the Mystic Sl.rire and ddegates to National 'on gres of Mothers, both ro be held at Los Angeles between May 7 and 11, should take advantage of this offer. Descriptive lolder free. T. E. PURDY. Albuquerque, N. M. THIRD STREET Meat Market All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats. Steam Sausage Factory. I EM IL KLEINWORT. Masonic Building, North Third Street. Si FIGURE WITH US OH Mowers, Rakes, Vtat Binders, Hay Presses & Farm Machinery. . KORBER & CO., albuquerqUe, n. m. e--e --.? -y WE FILL LA FIESTA DE LAS FL0RES IN HONOR OF THE Imperial Council of, the Mystic Shrine 1 Los Angeles, May 21 , J906 GRAND ELECTRIC PAGEANT WITH 15.000 SHRINERS l LIVE GORGEOUS FIOKAL PAkADE DAY FIRE WORKS A WEEK OF STARTLING ENTERTAINMENT THE CELEBRATED O. F. C. WHISKEY Bottled in B. nd. TheGeo.T.StaggCo. Distillers. FRANKFORT. KY. MELINI & EAKIN Sole Agents. Albuquerque, N. M. Automatic Phone, lftit. PIONEER BAKERY SIMON BALLING, Proprietor. (Successor to Balling Bros.) WEKDING CAKES A SPECIALTY. We desire patronage und we guar antee, first class baking. 'jr, S nth First Street, Albuquerque. TO YIA.ORAOl iHab is in C.r' s eries, Provisions, Hay, (irain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines, Liquors Mid Cgats. Place your orders for this line with us. 213 215 217 NORTH THIRD STREET. At Consistent Prices "f O M K)OCXXXXX)CXX)CXXXXX)CXDOCXX)0 SCREEN TIME Is here. Door and Window screens made to order. ALBUQUERQUE PLANIN6 MILL OOCX30CXXXXXXXX3CX3O000O0OO A. SLEYSTER -INSURANCE, REiVL ESTATE NOTARY PUBLIC. Room 5, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque Automatic Telephone, 174. B. RUPPE 203 WEST RAILROAD AVE NUE, NEXT 10 BANK OF COMMERCE, o j 4j o KOCXXXCOCXXXXX)CXXlCXXiCXXX)J Wootton & Myer, Real Estate AND RENTALS Ranches and Farms Correspondence Solicited. 123 S. Third St., ALBUQUERQUE . . . . N. M. ocoooooo: RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE, LOANS. Automatic phone 451. R'om 10, N. T. Armijo Building. T Am Lucero IT TO DATE SIGNS 208 WEST SILVER AVE. A. E. VgJ.KERt INSURANCE. Secretary MutuaW Building Associa tion. Office at .217 West Railroad avenue. M. DRAGOIE Dealer In GENERAL MERCHANDISE. Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, and All Kinds of Fresh Meat. CfK North Broadway, corner of Wash ington avenue, Albuquerque, N. M. smashed in ar.d the car -was knocked off the 1 racks anil plowed up the ground for ten feet, carrying wrh n a great quantity of earth, and knock- fifiji lng down fhe switch board. , Hfl Oeorge Willlanu a::d wife, ef N'- 15 vaihi avenue, w t 'h- only )'as.-( u-'' " gers in the a- at tbe time of t lie smash-up. Ju: t as. the s!r"i t car got on the railroad track at the crossing tho trol ey raine ' ff and lett the car lie; ) ks. Win n ' c-J'.r wiis started a io'-s -!.e ti-aek, n the :;, -i rinau t.ns, me insiue was ... instance i down the tra-k and w3s ri:. :'!!. very! flowly. As it :tp;irj-.,-h-(t t.'.e cras-J ing it inert ased its speed and s'r.K-k ; the :ir wi'h territir force j Mr. W:i!i-3l!. tin t w i .saw :h. ::p pruai l.i.in eri:-'lne !'i:;l atten i.ti ii to escape from the car. Mrs. Wilii.iuis ;us just toing down tho steps at the t:mo of ihe eoilisii n and w hen the era-!: i.'i:'.o s.'.e was tl;r.wn 'o 'he gro-iri,' hti.f Mr. Williams was pitched over h r a?.. I '.; thrown t. t'ne ground with Kia: f'ree. He tell on liis ;! and v. a-- tendered nm-on-scion-. (! w - arr.cd t i the (';ir (l'T!as I. t. I and i 'r. Tlioiupsoti was summoned at otue. He npp are ! to be niff' ring treat pain, and it is feared that l.e is injured 'if rnul'y. Mrs. Williams ese.'qe l llliln.rt. The moforman n-ve" lef his ear, end was on 0,e ; ! ' r. .r-i at tl..j time tile f'r v, as struck ly '!' i'i.u". H-" was in t injured. The ft n t r;..'.'.ry : I'tini that tne t ti-r ( u :l ' ! ora ' lve was whdly ': 1 !!.: I'-r t"' a'-ei dent. ar t hi- :i,,-' ! I'.aa !". v-d a sign-1 1 that t!i ti-.e ' w.t-, cl-ar. I' Was I,',- ossil'ie t i V ' t.vt'-."'.' a' from t l.e : :it. ! :i - ::!"' gsrnsssi' "saianjr khzss sestjssp' "EBR3r BaKSB czsussr oaaa' stfzts-: rrius. r&i dS3Eth. dta&!7ta. XSMMa KikiiJttb. 11 stffWtm i- Kttaam ain 3ES 2Li 2cS EST.- Metropolis of New Mexico V The Future Railroad Liled on the Belen Cui-off of The Atchison . Topeha & Santa fre Railway if A . -i . . a 1: .1, t-ai:i i.f the 1 . Moa.iay af'-rnwui. yar.li, instantly r1 i, 1 i in. is a Js.QZ Id SI 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 eat to San Francisco, Los Angeles, El Paso and Old Mexico The Belen Town and Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite O! 1,000 businets and reside, e lote. size 26xH2 feet, laid out aim troad sn MUd 70-f t rt-ets. with alleys 2') feet wide, with beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade trees: publle school Bout, cost-I'-CGGO; churches, Commtri-ial clu'.'; it population of l.'oo lDtab!ar::s: largest mer'hirile establlshmentg in New Mexico; tho Belen Pateut Roller mill, capacity, 150 barrels daily; large winery; three aoteis, JUliurinti, etc. Belen is tt e lar?ei-t sh pping point for wool, flour, wheat, ine. beaL :itui bay In Central New Mexi. o. Its importance as a great commercial railroad city in the near future connat i estimated ILL FST LIVITED EXPFf r A I L AND FREIGHT TRAINS OT THE SANTA f ROUTE W.LL GO OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST AND WEST. NORTH AND SOUTH. Tl .'a" effered ra in tte renter of the city, well greied, (mar;v uf ttem Improved by altlvation ) ; no tand or gn' ?l We Deed s flrst-class liSkery. tailor s'oy. ihoe house. Jew eler, pluniblcf siot. sissies, m!U. i:. tii 2 d yard, d-uB n.jre. h-:e-i chop. t:e , etc. Alio a flm-class modern hotel OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LC A AND TERMS ON EASY PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS. APPLY AT ONCE FOR M''P AN0 PRICES, IP YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST L0T TO The Belen Town and Improvement Company JOHN BECKER, President WM. M. BERGER, Secretary jtCt'irSt. 'a X3fl3 "&)X3r ySS5ZSV -agy