ALBUQUEKQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1906.
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A HOUSEHOLD NECESSITY
I'-.ir'ni: ' i- fjTiiir.er months is
a i; ?r,l n fr ti :t.kh i'ne tliHt
rtally if-ris th!np, anil
dots not require much Up,
either. .Ml '.ne'e, ami outer
.-initial, iire lound In the
BALDWIN DRY AIR
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J. D, EMMONS
The FURNITURE MAN
Ccrner Second street nd Col avenue.
1 f;init;i;ir with the wovhinco of the io;til. I
iHc vat in El Pnso Tuesday, with hfttj
father, after n inspertliiK tour of thf
i Pl)clpF-l(cli:e pKiiurtics in Arizona
aiHl .Mexico, a n 1 lefi for Onlfoniiti on
the CoVien Si.tif Limited th same
I Am lvi cnrlond of peons, direct;
jfi'oi'.i M'Aieo, ranic In from the soslh
itlrs nun nine and piised up tlie roinl
for the .m et ions on the Kansiis divi
II. K. butcher, pen oral superintend
ent of transportation of the Mexican
Cent t il, came t( Kl Pnso Tuesday
night In his private ear over the Cen
tral, and wilt spend the day Inspect
ing the equipment of the road. He
was accompanied hy Mrs. Tut her.
A dispHleh troni Chicago says the
equipment of the western railroads
has become so Inadequate to meet the
requirement of traffic that some of
jthe larte corporations have leen bor
I rowing on notes from Chicago banks
ditt inn ih past wet K in order to In
I crease tlielr facilities for handling the
mum rise tonnage.
"By Their Fruits Shall Ye Know Them"
SOME CLAIMS PAID BY THE
Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Co,
C. W. WhiHiev . ,
W. R. Fisher
Joe Schnili t
.1. K. Hardline ..
K. H. Uryaiit
A. W. l uiKlas . . .
Jiob. R. Blandin . .
Conrad Snimpf . . .
ttti.. Total ilisabllily; Con. Knar.. lUlen.
(XL.Tvath; Knplneer. San Marolal.
?j .. Accident ; Hiewer, Alliuquorque.
. .Typhoid; H. H. foreman, Ciallnp.
tut. .Accident; Pumper, Gallup.
00 . Heath: Ijtborrr, Santa Rita,
mi. . Pleurisy ; Mine Supt., Santa Rita,
"it. . Accident ; Engineer. Albuquerque.
J8. .Typhoid; Tel. operator, Albuquerque
7 .Typhoid; Machinist, Albuquerque,
.'id. .Typhoid : Car repairer, Barelas.
1". .Death ; Sec. foreman, Albuquerque.
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WHAT SANTA FE
CUT OFF MEANS
EXPENDITURE OF MILLIONS OF
DOLLARS 'WILL SAVE LESS
THAN SEVEN MILES DISTANCE
BUT CUTS BIG GRADES MEANS
NEW MAIN LINE.
When the new Belen cutoff is com
pleted by the Santa Fe at the end of
the present year a new main line will
be bad. The Santa Fe propeses to
abandon Its present line from Flor
ence, Kan. to Albuquerque byway of
lva Junta, to save the climb over the
Raton Range. This road will be used
, principally for freight trains. All
through passenger trains will be mov
ed south from Newton through Wich
ita, Mulvane, and Welington to Texi
co on the Pecos Valley line. At Texi
co the cutoff that Is now being buiM
will be used as a connection with the
present main line.
The Emporia cutoff, which has been
double tracked recently and Is now
being ballasted, will officially become
the main line between Holiday, thir
teen miles west of Kansas Cltv. and
Emporia. Kas. The length of the pres
ent main line to Emporia Is 124 miles,
while by the cutoff It will be 1U9.9
The mileate of the old and new
lines ig as follows:
Present main line. .Miles.
Kansas City to Emporia M9.9
Emporia to Kinsley 173.3
Kinsley. to Albuquerque ,rS6.3
Albuquerque to Rio Puerco. . . . 34.0
New Main line. Miles.
Kansas City to Emporia 109.9
Emporia to Florence 29.0
Florence to Wichita to Texlco. . 490.0
Texico to Rio Puerco 269.3
uf the desert. It will pay the com
pany to turn the river, even though It
.cost twenty times wiiat the estimates
I have made I;.
It Is estimated that the soil ibus
deposited has covered an area com
prising 40o,0'Mi acres with ten feet
thickness of new and rich soil. This
i has been spread over lands that be
i fore were worthless because of their
'. alkaline nature. '
I It Is believed that this will have
I burled the alkali to a depth which will
forever put It beyond harm and that
' Just so much rich arable land will have
i been added to the valley.
BIG DAMAGES FOR HUMILIATION.
Total damages in the sum of $20.-
470 Is asked of the Texas & Pacific
railway In a suit filed In the United
States court, at El Paso, on removal
; f rom the district court of Ector coun
j The suit removed on motion of the
; railway company, brought by A. V.
I Wight, who declares that his wife
j was injured In a wreck on the road
I February 10. last, a mile and a half
; west of Odessa, while on her way from
i Pecos to Odessa. It Is set forth that
.the car In which she was riding was
derailed and thrown down an em
bankment, causing her serious inju
! rles. In addition to physical Injury,
! mental pain and humiliation is set
forth, declaration being made that in
the wreck her clothing was torn, soll
j ed with mud and made bloody from
j her wounds, causing her great humili
ation as there were many persons,
Iboth male and female, present.
! The list of damages claimed In ad
dition to medical attention and simil
ar Items. Include a claim of $150 to
cover the value of the clothing worn
I by Mrs. Wight, and said to have been
destroyed in the wreck.
The o;ie of the Pecos Valley &
Northeastern railroad between Tex
lco and Amarilki. Is being straight
ened and grades reduced by Wo"d.
Bancroft & Doty, w ho did most of the
earth work on the Hondo reservoir at
Roswen. i wo miles of the road, at
Bovlna, seven miles at Trio and two
at Canyon City have been changed.
The El Paso News says: K. 1).
Thompson, night collector of the news
stand at the union station, has Just
come to this city from Chicago as the
result of the automobile elopement
preceding his wedding and the de
claration of the father of the bride.
Miss Elizabeth Bauers, that the cou
ple must demonstrate their ability to
support themselves for six months.
There was a head en'd freight col
lision at Shoemaker early Wednesday
ifternoon, says the Optic, but no one
Is reported injured. Several freight
cars were badly smashed. It has not
yet been learned what was the cause
of the accident. The wreck train and
crew were ordered out Immediately
and left the city at 2 o'clock. Trains
No. 1 and No. 2 were held by the
blockade of the tracks.
F. B. SCHWENTKER,
Manager for New Mexico and Northern Arizona.
Room No. 1, X. T. Armljo Building. Anto. Phone 730
Saved His Comrade' Life.
"While returning from the Crand
Army encampment at Washington
citv. a comrade from Elgin. 111., was
taken with cholera morbus and was m
a critical condition,' says Mr. J. E.
Houghland. of Eldon, Iowa. 'T gave
hln ChBiiihoerlain'i Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Ren-edy and I believe
It saved his life. I have be"n en
gaged for ten years In Immigration
work and ttave conducted many par
ties to the south and west. I always
carry this remedy and have used It
successfully on many occasions."
Sold by ail druggists.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE", FEED AND TRANS
Horses and Mules Bought and Ex
changed. BEST TURNOUTS IN THE CI1TY
Second Street, between Railroad and
GOOD TABLE BOARD, U A
WEEK, AT ELITE CAFE, 120 WEST
SILVER AVENUE, CLOSE TO POST-OFFICE.
, WITH EVERY VEHI
CLE WE SELL.
Any part falling fcjM
nieians ot defect!?
material or workman-
chip will be made good ,
without expense to the ,
owner, Inespectlve ofi
tnio r.f ibrrfi TV (a
fully protects you as to quality. A to prices, you can't beat oura on the
same grade of goods.
Our repair shop Is In the hands of skilled men and Is equippeA wHb
all nrcepsary appliances for doing ihe highest grade or repairing on.
bolstering, trimming and painting. Ring up, wriu or call. ' i
Albuquerque Carriage Co
CORNER OF FIRST STREET AND TIJERAS AVENUE. f
Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works
MP. P. HALL, Proprietor
Iron and Brass Casting; Ore. Coal and Lumber Can; afUan
Pulleys, Grade Bam, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iroa IToaU r
mopmlrm mn Minium mnd mill KHmehlnory pt
Foundry east tide o railroad track. Albiqaeraaa, m U.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO,
Gfntral Building Supplies
"Didn't I see your 12-year-old son
running your automobile the other
"Not much. That was an automo
bile I had borrowed."
The Santa Fe is spending millions
of dollars to save this six and seven
Tenth miles. An army of men is work
ing day and night to complete the
cutoff between Texico, N. M.. and Rio
Puerco, thirty miles west of Albu
querque, N. M.
It Is asked why this vast expendi
ture of money If the distance saved
Is only 6.7 miles As a matter of fact
the Santa Fe is really spending the
money for the purpose of avoiding a
half mile between Albuquerque, N. M.,
and 1. Junta. Colo. The other six and
two-tenth miles saved is not material.
It Is the 2,000 feet difference In alti
tude between the Raton mountain, the
highest point on the present line, and
the Abo pass, the highest point on the
present cutoff that is really material.
Raton mountain is 7,tt8 feet high.
Jt takes a four per cent, grade. 283
feet to the mile, to get over it. Three
or four of the largest engines in the
world are required to get a single
train up that hill, (ilorieta mountain
is almost as bad, with 7,421 feet of
altitude. The cost of getting trains
over this mountain range runs Into
big money; in fact, so much niciey
that the epensive plan of changing the
line and building the Belen cutofT is
regarded everywhere in railroad cir
cles as worth while. The elimination
of the climl) over these mountains
means a saving of ten hours In the
movement of passenger trains.
With the completion of the cutofT
line the Santa Ke will have, with no
great difference In the grade, the shor
test line between Chicago and l.os
Angeles hy nineteen miles; between
Chicago and San Francisco by IKS
miles, and between Kansas City and
San Francisco by 129 miles.
The Santa Fe has also decided to
build a tunnel through the Raton
range at a much lower grade, and the
present tunnel through the mountains
will l.e abandoned. 'Phis route will
be used principally for freight t ruins.
NO COATLESS MAN
IN DINING ROOMS.
Tfaxeler will bf surprised to learn
tha: there is hu one Harvey dining
ni.iii! i.i :li.- mt!i- i-onn'ry where
Kii. s-s Hi t , rtuitti-d to eat w ith ut
tht ;r c.,a;.-. T:iis Nation is a: Need
ii s. wli.ie the climate is sin h that a
variation from t he pt iii ral rule is per
mitted. At aM i.tiier daces the rule
is rigidly enforced 'I'll.- rule is not
H erely a riiioticiui, bin serves to
m-iitrain the big a standard and tone
of the service.
THE SALTCN SEA IS
Ecutt-ern Fecific Will Be Enriched
Wi Waters Drain.
Vi;:ii m ' ife now n;.t ' j pildic
u i y ;ne SM'tit.e 1 1; Iv itlc company Is
so i:.io'i- . i Ti" '.! (Vj lo river
!:!. mi.l ;:. we. Mn.' l'i ! il the I'ol-'
or,, cm :-i-r out "-nr. ill' luipeiia! --
b 'he S.: .ii s. a. t
t.'avin. t-T ili.-e, tii
!'. r-t. tile p:' -IT . Il"l V. o it.-, j'l
tit over Ril l railway line.
Second, t.:e t're'lib' It'
1'iis !u--s nt ' uie Ituper al il'. v.l'ichj
is depended; 'Ipdtl the i
To r.l. !. eli .iittit:.; of 2'"." Hi'iN
'' HOW ..il' made by t!l' i.epiS.t of I
! of lb.- t'.io.! and w'lieb will be I
w ''ih tS. e..ii..ll-. 'f lic'.-l i
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i' i. ' ' - I- f-.i.iiii us a ii '' I mH'Ii a i
' i . S : t il I' lli'ir IV.ll li t ill - I
til ' ; T '.e Silt is (! .
t . '. ,. ' . I . ;, off 'ho !'!
Agent K. Edwards if tb-e Santa
Fe a: Ias d uces, is wearing his right
arm in a sling, resulting from strain
ing a ligament while lifting a heavy
According to latest advices work is
being pushed on the Orient road in
Mexico, and the connection between
the southern and northern divisions
will be made far sooner than antlci
i The railroads have completed ar
I rangements whereby visitors to the
tirand Army of the Republic conven
tion In Minneapolis August 13 to 18
will be glfen stop-over privileges for
ten days in Chicago on the return trip.
The work of construct Ing a union
depot for the St. lxuls & San Fran
cisco and Pacific railways at Okla
homa City will be commenced January
1. The new station will be equipped
with train sheds and will cost $300,
000. Walter Douglas, son of President
James Douglas, of t he Kl Paso &
Southwestern, has been made second
vice president of the road, the office
being a new creation. His headquar
ters will be at Bisliee. Ariz. He has
j been the managing director of the
I company for several years with head
j quarters at Bisliee and is thoroughly
From the Experience of Albuquerque
We are fortunate indeed to be able
to profit by the experience of our
neighbors. The public utterances of
Albuquerque residents on the follow
ing subject will interest and benefit
thousands of our readers. Read this
statement. 'Tis emphatic and con-1
vlncing. No better proof can be had.,
C. G. I.ott. for ten years station
master In Albuquerque, now retired
from active cares of life, residence;
315 North Arno street, says: 'I had!
attacks of backache stretching over ',
a period of three years. One of them '
occurred shortly before Doan's . Kid-'
ney Pills came to my notice and I :
went t.i a drug store for a box. I
knew the cause of my trouble anise,
from imperfect action of the kidneys
because of the behavior of the kidney '
secretions and their condition fully !
proved it. but what to do to check j
the trouble was a mystery. Doan's
Kidney Tills effectively stopped the'
dlcffiulty. If every one in Albuquer- :
que receives the great benefit I did :
from that remedy, kidney complaint,:
backache and trouble with the kidney j
secretions will cease to exist in tbisi
vicinity." ' j
For sale by all dealers. Price 50
cents Foster-Milburn "Co., Buffalo. N.
Y.. sole agents for the United States. ;
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. C3
Twenty Year Battle.
"I was a loser In a twenty year bat
tle with chronic piles and malignant
sores, until I tried Bucklen's Arnica
Salve; which turned the tide, by cur
ing both, till not a trace remains,"
writes A. M. Bruce, of Farmville, Va.
Best for old Ulcers, Cuts. Burns nd
Wounds. 25c at all druggists.
"I understand there was some trou
ble at Casey's wedding lust night."
"There was not. Casey and a da
go had a fight and Casey beat him up
a bit. That was all "
"Suppose he'd beaten up Casey."
"Then there'd have been trouble."
Modest Claims Often Carry the Most
When Maxim, the famous gun In
ventor, placed nis gun before a com
mittee of Judges, he stated Us carry
ing power to be much below what he
felt sure (he gun would accomplish.
The result of the trial therefore was
a great surprise. Instead of disap
pointment. It is the same with the
manufacture of Chamberlain's Colic
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. They
do not publicly boast of all this rem
edy will accomplish, but prefer to let
the users make the statements. What
they do claim Is that it will positively
cure diarrhoea, dysentery, pains In the
stomach and bowels, and 'has never
been known to fail. For sale by all
STEAM CARPET CLEAN KG
TMOItNTOM T CAr
Cleans everything. He is lie
Furniture Man. Moving, ie k
ing and shipping;, unpacking hnd
setting up, and Is no upstart at
the business. Ttere Is no other
Just Thornton. Both 'Phone.
737 South Walter Street.
Ttios. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lap
Dusters, Wbips, Axle Oils, etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and
stops leaks. Ca'n paid for Hides and
403 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
All Kinds of Fresh and Salt Meats.
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street.
KILL the COUGH
and CURE th LUNC8
0UGH8a4 60c ft $100
OLDS Free Trial.
Barest and UuicJtest Cure for all
THROAT and LUNO TB0TJB
LS, or MONET BACK.
Somebody has found a deposit of
helium In Chicago. Or Is II hellium?
A Hard Lot i
of trouble to contend with, spring '
from a torpid liver and blockaded
bowels, unless you awaken them to!
their proper action with Dr. King's!
New Life Pills; the pleasantest and;
most effective pill for Constiuatlon. i
They prevent appendicitis and tone up
the system. 25c atall druggists. ,
"Do you thlpk Vamper's new song
will be popular?"
"It ought to be. The two he stole!
It from were great hits." !
The picnic baskets for ale at the
Mcintosh Hardware company's store
are Indispensable foi outing parties.
See the picnic baskets In the Mcln
tosh Hardware company's display
STAGE TO JEMEZ SPRINGS
Never can tell when you'll mash a
finger or suffer a cut, bruise, burn or
scald. Be prepared. Dr.- Thomas
Electric Oil instantly relieves the pain
quickly cures tbe wound.
The New York court of appeals has
decided against Life's dramatic crit
ic and held that managers may keep '
him out of their thenters. It's an III
wind that blows a dramatic critic no
The unders'sned Is prepared to
make trips to and from the celebrat
ed JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS. Any in
formation desired can be secured
from George H. Moore. No. 113 West
JAMES T. JOHNSTON.
UPSTAIRS, OVER NO. 209 WEST
RAILROAD AVENUE. O. BAM
The picnic baskets for sale at the
I Mcintosh Hardware company's store
tre inoispensale for outing parties
My merchant tailoring shop is up
stairs over No. 209 West Railroad ave
nue, where I solicit the patronage of
the public. All work guaranteed first
class, as I have bad fifteen years' ex
perience in the business. Suits made
to order. Clothes cleaned, pressed ana
repaired. The specific 1 use will not
injure the cloth. Ladies' garments
also cleaned and walking skirts made
to order. Give me a trial.
A Citizen Classified ad is a good
O. F. C.
Bottled In Bend.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque, M. M.
Automatic Phone, 199.
Third and Marqucttt
Bain and Old
and price Is
want, we ak
that you give
us a ouanc
to figure wlt
J. KORBER & CO., Wholesale and Retail, Albnqcerqce
203 WEST RAILROAD AVE
NUE, KtXT TO BANK OF
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Sole agents for Casino Canned Goods
Jas. Heekin & Co.'s Coffees, Im
bed en's Granite Flour.
Staple and Fancy
Hillsboro Creamery Butter Best on
Orders Solicited. Free Delivery.
South Second Street.
L. H. SHOEMAKER
General Repair Shop.
Furniture packed and crated; gaso
line and gas stoves repaired.
Next to Walton's drug store Soutli
riO NEE BAH CRY
SIMON BALLING, Proprietor.
(Successor to Baling Bros.)
WEDDING CAKES A SPECIALTY.
We desire patronage and we guar
antee first class baking.
207 South First Street, Albuquerque.
Ton a am aoi
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay,
Grain and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wines, Liquors
and Cigars. Place your orders tor
this line- with us.
213 215 217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
0. W. Strong's Sons
Superintendents Fatrrlew and
Plot Barbara Cemeteries.
201 211 N. Second EL, Both Pnonsa.
la hers. Door and Window
screens made to order,
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
W. E. MAUGER
wltb Mauge'r a Avery, BostOD
Office, 321 Wert Cold Avenue
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE.
Automatic phone 451.
Room 10. N. T. Armljo Building.
T, I. Lucero
IP to mi SIGNS
208 WEST SILVER AVE.
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at 217 West Raliraa4
Groceries, Cigars and Tobacco, M
All Kinds of Fresh Meat.
300 North Broadway, corner of
ington art me, AJbuquerque, N.
( mi t:i II y
The Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico
Located on the Belen Cut-off of The Atchison. Topelta Santa Fe Railway
3a:3 is SI miles eouth of Albuquerque, N. M., at the junction of the Main Line of the Santa Fe ey stem 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 acd Improvement Company Own the Belen Townsite
Ig Ot l.PSO tic!ren tttl restdeii 'e i:?e :5i42 ftet. !sld out w tb r:od fcO nrt 70-toot ilrtets. witb iite 10 feet wide, w'tn beautiful lake and public park and grand old shade lrei. puKts cool on. eoei
U iiiKK: tfcurcte. Cob rj ere: a! c;j:: t .cfu'-k'ion of l.fCu HJ.s MtaL'f : Uriren mer.-entile eabi!hu.entg In Ne Mexico: tie Belen Patent Roller mill, capacity, 168 tarrels dallj; large winery; ta: o)s
.rjiU. nr. Eeleo ! t:- !.rp: n ig jc'tt fcr Jim, t -af. lani nd ti !o Our! Nw Mexico. It importance a a great commercial railroad city Intne ntar future caitot et?nst4
Jg 1 1 rMT LiMiTFD gXPBE IL MP fRElGHT TRAINS OF THE jmtt C ROUTf W.LL GO OVtR THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN. EAST AND WtftT NORTH AND IOUTH,
'fl T' tgtri ' 16 tae ceW'f-T : Ti ft graded, tmsny rf rfceii) liLj-roved tv rnltivstion : to tend or gr-l We reed a Bri-c!M tsiry. tailor stop, tat tooM Jeweler. lnmV!ig so. siAafr;
1 ka tM. orui store h'te n:-, t:c , e.c k.to s t.i'.i.in tooCtrt boiel
S CUW '""CES OF LOTS ARE LCa AND If RMS ON EASY TAVWENT6: TITLE PERFECT; WARRANTY DEEDS
- APPLY AT ONCE FOP MAP AND PRICES, IF YOU vVl&H TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS TO
d The BeSezv Town and improvement Company
uOHN BECKER, President'; WM. M. BERGER, Secretary
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