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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PACK TWO. BATUIDAY. OCTOBEn 1, 10T. ii il 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT iMaiMMMMHMMMMBBmHMHHMIIMi BLOCK E ATENED AGAIN Big Orders of Cars Aid Sit uation But Power Is Short. "Western and xouthwestern roads are already earing for the heaviest volume of business tn freight traffic which they have ever known. The movement though extremely heavy at the present time will be greatly accelerated by the end of the present month which' Is usually known among among freight departments as the heaviest time of the year. It la at this time of the year that the movement of grain and live stock Is the heaviest. .Large shipments of coal are also made at this season of the year. which 1s another large item In the movement of freight traffic. As a result of the extreme amount of business which is being done now the question which Is worrying the officials of the railroads at the pres ent time 1s whether the equipment of the roads will be large enough to avoid the lamentable congestion of a year ago. The movement of freight this season will be approximately 41 per cent greater than the movement of a year ago and although many of the railroads have added a great amount of equipment during the past season there is still a great deal of fear and anxiety among the officials. In fact there Is already a great deal of congestion In the yards of the different roads converging in Kan sas City and St. Louis. According to the presnt outlook these condi tions will become general all over the entire west. Need Motive Power. What most of the railroads In the west seem to lack at present Is suf ficient motive power. All -roads are making an effort to get the motive power up to the maximum. The roads which have placed orders dur ing the last year for delivery of lo comotives are now pressing the man ufacturers for their delivery as soon as possible. The Kansas Southern has made arrangements for the de livery of SO new engines within the next two or three weeks. The Frisco has ordered 100. The Banta Fe has been receiving deliver ies from the Baldwin works almost dally for the last few weeks and have placed orders for fifteen additional on burners which are expected fot delivery in time to alleviate the pre ent conditions. Buying Cars. In addition to the large orders for new motive power all the railroads have busied themselves during the past season in getting their cars and rolling stock in condition to pre vent repetition of the car shortage of last season. Practically every one of the great western systems have ordered new rolling stock, a large part or which has already been de livered and Is now In service. In all. the larger systems of the west have during the past season, ordered 37 600 new cars and about BOO locomo tives. .With most of this already in Bervice It would appear that there would Ibe little chance of a car short age this season, but It looks rather doubtful when it is known that the movement of traffic this season will be 41 per cent greater this year than year ago. 1MA1 OUTAIVS OIL FIKL, IV MEXICO, Guadalajara, Mex., Oct. 19. The Mexican Petroleum company is now supplying to the Mexican Central rail. way from its reserolrs at Kbano. Kan Luis Potosi, 6,000 barrels of fuel oil daily. The price paid for the oil by me oh ex loan central is 60 cents gold a carrel, or a total of 16,000 Mexl can currency a day. The railroad has now 170 locomotives equipped lor Durning the i-JDano on. On the Guadalajara division of the Mexican Central eleven oil-burning locomotives are In service. Oil is ibe Ing delivered regularly to he storage . tanks in Ouadalajara and Yurecuaro. IIAllKIM AN IS lXVAIHNCi JI1L1S TKKIUTOHY. Portland, Ore., Oct. 19. Interview ed yesterday regarding the Oregon and Washington railroad, a Harrl- man project designed to enter the Hill territory in the north, General Manager O'Brien of the Harriman system said that actual construction work would be commenced about the first of the year. Most of the pre- . llminary work on the road between Portland and I'uget sound has been done and matters are being shaped for the construction work. ItOCK ISLAI II AS I Tl 1 1 ) 1 1 A V N A PPK A Ii. Washington, U. C, Oct. 19. The suit of the territory of Oklahoma against the Itock Island railroad, which has been pending for some time, has been dismissed by the su preme court of the United Mates. An injunction was obtained against the road In Oklahoma on the ground that the rate on wheat In that ter ritory was higher than its rate on wheat in Kansas which. It was charged, convtituted a violation of the charter of the road. The appeal whs withdrawn at the Instance of the railroad. SANTA IT, OFFICIAL WKITIvS OF COAL PRICES. J. H. KoontJ!, general freight agent of the Santa Fe, In replying to a let ter of the Las Vegas Optic concern ing the coal situation In the Meadow City, In part says: 'In the first place, It Is unneces sary, possibly, for me to say so, but nevertheless It Is true, that the con ditions which at present confront you are more the outgrowth of an advance In the prices of coal as made by the operators and Jobbers than it Is in the freight "rates." It Is reported that J. W. Kendrlck, second vice president of the Santa Fe, who is now off duty on indefinite leave, which he requested recently, will not return to the big system. C. W. Kouns, superintendent of trans portation, has Ibeen appointed acting second vice president. F. A. Leh man, his assistant, will take Mr. Kouns' place temporarily. A box car belonging to the signal service of the tianta Fe, was destroy ed by fire in the Ias Vegas yards yesterday evening. The Meadow City tire companies had a hard time keep ing the Are from some large nearby buildings. J. H. Burke received the largest number of credit marks on the &an- ta Fe system during the past month. He is a conductor on the Albuquer que division, and was commended for his zeal In taking up scalper's tickets. It. E. Wilson, assistant Industrial commissioner of the Santa Fe rail road, is In Las Vegas from his head quarters at Chicago, to attend the farmers' convention being held in that city. F. L. Vandergrlft, publicity man for the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe railroad, Is In Las Vegas today from his headquarters at Chicago to at tend the farmers' convention. Charles J. Drury, who Is In charge of the bonus system of the Santa Fe, Is In Las Vegas today from his head quarters at La Junta on railroad business. Mrs. Conroy arrived In the city last night from Reno, Nev., to Join her husband, who Is employed by the Santa Fe. They will make their home In Las Vegas. R. J. Lyddane, claim adjuster for the Santa Fe railroad in New Mex ico, Is In Las Vegas today on busi Payson Ripley, trainmaster of the Rio Grande division. Is expected home tonight from a visit In Topeka. Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free, on request, by Dr. Shoop, Racine, Wis. These tests are Droving to the people without a penny's cost the great value of this scientific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr. Shoop's Catarrh Remedy. Sold by all deal ere. RATON GENERAL STORE IS SOLD C. P. lU-nisborjr, Retailor and Whole saler, J'lirchaMcti Colurs IiU'villC&tf. Raton, N. M., Oct. 19. (Special.) Conn's general merchandise store, Simon Cohn manager, has been sold to C. F. Remaberg, a prominent re tail and wholesale merchant of this plac. Mr. Cohn has not decided his future location or business. Hugo Seaberg, accompanied by his wire ana aaugnters ana his aged mother, left today for Denver, Colo., tor a visit. Mr. Seaberg will return after a brief stay, the family will remain for an extended visit. Rev. Samuel Magill, pastor of the Presbyterian church, went to Tucum carl, N. M., Wednesday to assist In the installation of Rev. W. H. Du Bose as pastor there. The county commissioners of Col fax county have received and acted favorably on a petition from Folsom, N. M asking for an appropriation to construct a wagon road from Johnston mesa to Folsom, the town of Folsom to pay for one-half the construction. Dr. George L. Flemmlng Is home from an extended trip to Idaho. The ladies of the Presbvterlan and Christian churches are holding a rummage sale. The ladles have clear ed close to 1150. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Walker, of Kansas City, who have been visiting .Mrs. (7. F. 'Remsberg. a niece of Mrs. Walker, leave Tuesday for their home. A weak stomach, causing dyspep sia, a weak Heart with palpitation or intermittent pulse, always means weak stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves. Strengthen these Inside or controlling nerves with Dr. Shoop's Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disappear. Dr. Shoop, of Racine, Wis., will mail samples free. Write for them. A test will tell. Your health Is cer tainly worth this simple trial. Sold by all dealers. s Is to love children, and no home can be completely happy 'with out them, yet the ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass usually is so full of suffering1, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with apprehension and dread. Mother's Friend, by its pene trating and soothing1 properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelings, and so prepares the system for the ordeal that she passes through the event safely and with but little suffering, as numbers have testified and said, "it is worth its weight in gold." $1.00 per bottle of druggists. Book containing valuable information mailed free. THE CrACri ID P.LCILATCH CO., Atlanta, Ca. Burner's fflenf CxOOOOOCOOOOOCOCOOCOCXDOOg PERSONAL Parttfjraphs W. Craddlnston. of Raton, spent last night In Uf Vigas. Romado (Inrdunn, of Chnperlto, spent the day in Las Vegas. C. L. Hodges, of Melrose, N. M., Is In I.as Vrgas today on business. Purveyor John Zimmerman, of Las Vegas, Is in Santa Fe on business. W. T Frown left Las Vegas this noon fcr Valrnf ranch at Watrous. Demetrio Triijlllo, farmer in the vicinity of OJo Callenta, is in Banta Fe. W. L. Rarclay, of St. Paul. Minn., Is In Laj Vegas today on land busi ness. Porflro Aforeu is in I-fls Vegas on business today from his home at Penasco. Camllo Montoya, of Vlllanueva, was in Las Vegas yesterday on land business. J is(( Luis Tapla wa In Las Vegas yesterday from his home at Vlllanueva. Miss Lollta Borrego, of Santa Fe, who has been visiting relatives in Las Vegas, has returned home. Eutemlo Gallegos, a well known cattle man and sheep raiser of La yuesta, is in Las Vegas today on business. Mrs. J. P. Hand, Mrs. Prlmo and daughter, Miss Marguerite, are In Las Vegas today from the Hand ranch at Los Alamos. Civil Engineer John II. Walker left Santa Fe yesterday for Kennedy, where he went to perform some sur vey work. R. A. Klstler, for many years edi tor of the Las Vegas Optic, is now at work with a surveying party In Montana. Rev. Father C. Seux, Catholic priest at Chamlta, who has been in Santa Fe for several days, left thiB morning for his post of duty. W. II. Comstock, the dry farmer, rct'irnei t. Las v'egas la3t tvenins from the east, accompanied ty pros pective buyers of mesa lands. John W. Sullivan, manager of the New Mexico Fuel and Iron com pany's mines at Hagan, is in Santa Fe on business for his company. C. iF. Spader, of Rernallllo, county commissioner of Sandoval county, and merchant of tho county seat, spent today in Santa Fe on business. Harold H. Brook, secretary of the Ramon Land and Lumber company, the headquarters of which are at Buckman, wag in Santa Fe yester day on a visit to his mother. Mrs. Belle Walker, of Raton, re turned to her home yesterday after a two weeks' visit In Santa Fe as the guest of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Addison Walker, of Kansas City, who have been in San ta Fe for the past two weeks as guests at the home of their nephew, John II. Walker, left yesterday for their home. J. Castle Rldgeway, of Washing ton, D. C, Is a visitor in Santa Fe. Mr. Rldgeway was formerly private secretary to U. S. Senator Shelby M. Cullom, and is now a United States bank examiner. C. C. Bennett, of Denver and Rob ert Pruitt, of Albuquerque, are spending the day in Las Vegas on business for the Colorado State Life Insurance company. C. D. Boucher, O. L. Gregory, M Ft. Williams and G. W. Ward, of Las Vegas, left last night for Carlsbad, X. M., as delegates to the meeting of the grand commandery, grand chapter and grand blue lodge to bo held in that city. The Misses Helpllng, of Spencer vllle, Ohio, returned to Santa Fe last evening. They spent some time there last spring for the benefit of the health of the younger sister but returned home some months ago on account of the death of their mother. Rev. Thomas M. Harwood, of Al buquerque, principal of the Spanish Methodist mission school In the Duke City, and a minister of the Metho dist church, spent the day in Santa Fe on an interesting mission. He se cured forty seats which had been used for many years In the Spanish Methodist church there, to be plac ed In the new Memorial Spanish Methodist church now in course of erection in Albuquerque. These were turned over to him by the Methodist church authorities and shipped here. Rev. Thomas M. Harwood is a nep hew of Rev. Thomas Harwood, who for thirty-five years has been identi fied with Spanish Methodist mission work in the territory. BARE-BACK RIDING BIG SPECIAL FEATURE Glowing accounts of the sensation al bare-buck riding features with the N'orrls & Howe circus have pre ceeded that snows coming visit to this section. Before last season's tour had come to a close, Norrls & Howe had determined upon the riders they would secure for the present tour if offers of high salar ies could attempt the expert bare back riders to Blgn contracts, so It was with unconcealed satisfaction that the young showmen signed con tracts from riders whose names are famous in the realm of white tents. George Holland and Rose Dockrlll are a duo of the most accomplished bare-back experts whose astounding feats have been heartily applauded by Kuropean as well as American audiences. Holland Is a somer-ault rider and Miss Dockrill is one of the daintiest and graceful equestriennes. Another charming figure upon the bare-back of a swiftly running horse is dainty Kdna Maretta who has no equal as a somersault rider; Frank Miller performs what is called a hurricane hurdle and Jockey net. Upon a pure ly bred fiery Arabian stallion. Mil ler stands upright, dashing at high est speed and leaping high hurdles and over obstacles until the wonder of it all is that he can maintain his pfrlliom and difficult position; Ed ward V. Hocuni is nnother rider who accomplishes the hazardous somer sault on the bare buck of a gallop ing horse; Dolly Miller does a high school menage act; John Curroll has the most highly educated equine in the world In his horse "Rlnnldo." The latter goes through his act with out a rein, bridle or trappings of any Rind and without word of command; Herbert Rumley is the famous rough rider and George Settler has a novel act with his six pure white Shetland ponies. The twentieth Jubilee sou- vejnlr tour of the Norrls & Rowe show will surelv be one long to be remembered. The shows will ex hibit at Albunuerque Friday, Oct ober 25th. OOKTC! OOKK1 Wo now linndlo good, clean coke. Also tile Crested KutUs Anthracite Coal. JOHN S. nEAVEN. 'S AT LAS VEGAS TODAY lugo Attcmlaiiee nt Sessions of County I iisi Utile In Thai City, the Plrst to he Held. Las Vegas, N. M Oct. t9. I.ast night was farmers' night in Las Veg as. Prof. J. 1). Tlnsley, the expert who has arranged for the first meet ing of the San Miguel county farm ers' Institute, delivered an address at the commercial club to a large audience of farmers from this vicin ity. "The Formation of County Farmers' Institutes, Their Objects, anil Benirflts," was his subject. Prof. 11. W. Campbell, the apostle of dry farming, also delivered a short address. Today the farmers have organized an Institute and propose to make the semi-annual meetings worth while. A fine exhibit of agricultural products was arranged for the first meeting and attracted much attention. MEN AND WOMEN. I'm Big U for annavtaral ta 1 1 t tert-Yl di:hrg,iflOmnmuotit, UtttrtatM U tmutiout or ulcareUioai toi w Mrtiurt, 0f mucous aieuibranM. rrMtt ChIkim. pftinlMs, mad not wtriu HEEvmCrflCJUC0. fut or Mitu&oui. ICUHUTLO. Ct. A. j r or MDt In plain wrapper, W t? "pre, prepaid, lor ?m 1.00. or X bottle Z.76. i Circular tout ea rwjuMt. Every Woman U lulr?u-d and ahould know about tn WLiiiiu-riui hOTraaMRvELWh,.rU.nssPr" If If rauniit buikihv tt-e VI It tl.. a- v-il no rftiv I... ,.A ........ .. iL.lt1 I-. Uiit. 11 ti.t 1. . 4 B-LrMia, A.W Oil V. EEN business men have for years been enthusi astic wearers of ()1EITH1S ONQUEROR SHOES for MEN $350 $ZEOO $500 mm cw mm . Sl" " Wm. Chaplin T 'J v . 121 Central Avenue r Imp s I AsuperiorV 2 m AIR TIGHT. O taoooaoaooooooaoo 1 UUIU MCdlllGI Should Remind You That You Need a Coal or Wood HEATER We have a Fine Assortment Heaters bought in car lots. Prices and quality defy com petition. Cheap for Cash or on Pay ments. "We Set 'em Up. W. V. FUTRELLE, Albuauerque, N. M. GIVE US A CHANCE To figure on that bill of lumber. Our lumber comes from our own mills located In the best body of timber In New Mexico. A large stock of dry spruca dimension on hand. Why not buy the best when It Is Just as cheap? It will pay you to look into this. RIO GRANDE LUMBER CO, Phone 8. Cor. 3rd and Marquette ooaoooaoooK3eooaoeo Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works fP. MALL, Proprietor Iron and Bras Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cart; Shaft ings, Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Column aad Iroa Fronts for Buildings. ft0palrm on Mining nnd mill Mmcnlnmry m mpoolmltv Foundry east aide of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. I O000X)OOOC000O W. o. PATTERSON Livery and Boarding Stabler 311313 West Silver Avenue. Telephone 57. ALllUyi'lUtQUK. NEW MEXICO. NORRIS & ROWE'S - HEW BIG SHOWS Eclipse Wind Mills, Lightning.Hay Presses, Walter A. Wood Mowers and Binders, Bain and Old Hickory wagons ALL klNDS VEHICLES J. Korber & Co. WBgg? Write UN for Catalogue and Prices J. D. EatlB, Pre ildevt O. Oloml, Vie Prwldeat. Cku. Well!, erCAo: O. BackeckJ, TTMrura. Consolidated Liquor Company Cuoctuora to MEL1NI & EAKIN, and BACHECHI A filOMI. Wines, Liquors and Cigars " Wm kp 0vrytblBff In J foe to outfit tho most fastidious bar eomplato Hava bean appo!nUf axclualva agents n tha outhwat fa Vac. a, Schlltz, Wm. Lamp and St Loula A. B. C Brawarlaa; Ytllawatona, Qraan River, V. H. McBrayafa Cedar Brook, Lula Hunter, T.J. Man. arch, and other standard eruide of whleklea too numereue ta mention. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. But sell the at might article as received by 11 from tie bast laertaa. Distilleries and Breweries In Ue United 6 tat a. Call aid kasaat Btock and Prlci, or writs for Illustrated C&takre aac i tie Ua. leaned to dealere only. - TC$m,gKjptfj '''''ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm CIRCUS MENAGERIE MUSEUM HIPPODROME 2JUST TWICE LARGER THAN EVER BEFORE , -RINGS Ef?iD RINGS- A NEW CIRCUS THROUGHOUT . uSm CIRCUS DAY AT ALBUQUERQUE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 PERFORMANCES AT 2 AND 8 P. HI. OUR AD VER TISEMENTS Y(UJ ARE READING THIS OME ooocxxxxxxxwoooocx Superior Lumber and Mill Go, We have the only planing; mill In the southwest that Is equip ped to make Sash, Doors, Mouldings, Store Fronts and Fixtures or anything that a first class planing mill Is expected to do at reason able prices. Write or call onus before pi acn gy a or J1 SOUTH OF VIADUCT - ALBUQUERQUE, N, M. iooooooooaaxxx)00oooo Qrr The NewsNff Troupe Russian Dancers, The Banvard Family, uLL Aerlalists Supreme, The Leffel Trio. Trampoline Bart. The Melnotte Lenolle Troupe, Wire Artists. Grand Spectacular Street Parade 10.30 a. m. THE Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flinlkola Rooting First and Marqtfette Albuquerque, New Mexico BUILDERS' AND FINISHERS' SUPPLIES Native and Clileago lumber. Kherwln-Williams Paint None Hot ter. IiulldlnK Paper, riaxUf, Mine, Cement, Glass, Sash, Doors, Etc., Etc.. Ktc. J. C. BALDRIDCE 423 South First