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..Tuesday, October 3, 1!05, '
THEAOUOUEROUE i.. MORNING JOI RNAL 1M "PAGE Til LI TRAIN CREW ROLLS DOWN MOUNTAIN SIDE IN ENGINE CAB Another United Verd Loco motive Tumbles. MEN SAVE MIRACULOUS ESCAPE FROM TERRIBLE DEATH That Engineer John Hawkins end Fireman Koblnson. of the Cnlted Verde railroad, are now alive is one or the miraculous features attending me capslslng of their engine Saturday afternoon about 2 n'rlrieii The Prescott Journal-Miner thus de scribes the accident: The train wat heading toward Jerome, and was at a point known as Bridge No. 17. v near Horseshoe Bend, when the engine left the rails and tumbled over on the side of the track next to the embnkment Ha8kins was severely bruised, but was not seriously injured, and did not even have a broken bone to show for his thrilling experience. Robinson was on the side of 4he cab that fell toward the upper side. He was pinned under the engine, bul managed to crawl out of a space bare ly large enough, It is said, for a Jack rabbit. He emerged from the hole a badly scared man, and was amazed to find that he had not been injured In any particular. Two Hat cars and a coke car also were derailed, but no damage occur red. Word was wired to Jerome from a signal box, and a special train left that point for the scene of the acci dent, the expectation being that there ' had been a great disaster. The train men on the special were greatly reliev- .ed upon finding that matters had turn ed out so fortunately. After some work, the track was cleared, wnd the afternoon train for the junction pulled out on schedule time, and it returned in the evening without any delay occurring. The Hasklns family seems to have been born under a lucky star, for the brother of John, who is also an engi neer, rolled down the canyon ti few years ago with his engine, and escap ed with his life. ' x TQ TUY MAY COIPLI'.U. Invention of Charles llotkin Will 15 Tested by Santa Fe. J. E. Hurley, general manager o; the Santa Fe, has arranged to havt samples made of a new coupler whirl has been Invented by Charles H. Hot kin, of Osage City, Kansas. Letter pat'iit have been granted Mr. Botkln on this coupler by the United State. and Canada. ' It is expected that th( coupler will prove a great success. 1' is simple in all respects and is not bur dened with the many and dange,rout complications found on similar de vices, says the Topcka Journal. 11 is me intention or nir. iiuney, in ter the sample couplers are made. U put them on some of the engines use', In the Topeka yards, and thereby givt them the most severe test that can l Imagined. , In yard work the new coupler .will come In contact with al' aorta of couplers and its efficiency un; der all conditions Will be tested thor oughly. i If these tests arc successful, and Mr, Hurley and the officers of the me chanical department of the Santa Fe. as well as Inventor Botkln are san guine that they will be, the couplei will be adopted Immediately by thf Santa Fe. Mr. Hotkln, the patentee. Is not a stranger to Topeka. Hi worked In , the Santa Fe shops hen until five years ago when he went tu Osage City. He has been working on the coupler for a long time and It w: only a few days ago he received the patents on it. It it is a success, and there is no reason to believe that It will not be, Mr. Botkin will make f biir fortune, as nil the railroads in the country are on'the lookout for a sim ple coupler that will do the required work. OIL RESKKVOIK AT NF.F.DLKS. Considered Dangerous to Vse Tmiks In Santa IV Yards There, ' Santa Fe engineers are at Needles Cal., this week making surveys for the purpose of drawing plans for a new oil reservoir, which will have a ca pacity of t 'Ay thousand barrels. It It proposed to Jocate this reservoir at n sufficient distance, west of the city si asVto give it gravity delivery to the shops and engino supply tanks in tht yards. At the present time the oil needed for the engines on this division it stored in tanks in the yards and it is considered that this is dangerous be cause of the great quantity of spark; from engines which are continually flying about. Some Sensible Atlvlee. It,, may be a piece of superfltioiu ndvicc to urge people at this season of the year to lay In a supply of Cham bcrlain's Cough Uemedy. It is almos! sure to be needed before winter It over, and much more prompt and sat isfactory results are obtained when taken as soon as a coldls contracted and before It has become settled in the system, which ean only be doiu by keeping the remedy at hand. Tht remedy Is so widely known and so al together good that no one should lu:s Itate about buying tt In preference ti any other. It Is for sale by all -druggists. THE jVEIIR. Undertaking Company, 107 Weat Railroad Avenue. Both Phone. IVay or NUjhl PIERCE HEARING GOES OVIR SAXTA FK TICKET OIKHK, II EI J) FOll EMBEZZLEMENT, APPKAKS IN IfMJCK ÍX1 UT. Guy Pierce, the former day clerk In the Santp Fe ticket office, who is held here on the charge of embezzling $200 from the company, was arraigned in police court yesterdpy afternoon at 3 o'clock, T. N. Wilkerson appearing as his attorney. Pierce asked for a con tinuance until Wednesday morning, which was granted. The hearing will e had Wednesday morning at 9 o' clock before Judge Crawford. Tnke your book anil ningiulncs to Mltclwier's nnd Imve tliem ncntly bound before they become damaged, or destroyed. fTlTr What part of thin paper do you suppose Is the most Interesting to th? person who Is eagerly looking for a furnished room or boarding place? Is your ad In that part of the paper? líe foro Icttliijr your blank hook work to bo sent out of the. city, let us quote yon our prices. Wo make) all kinds of HfMM'Inl ruled ind printed hooks. The MlUhncr company at the Journal. Give us a trial. We fl sure that our goods and prices will piense you. Everything Hrst-class. F. G. Pratt Co. HAILItOAH MEN! Wlien desiring TltAlX BOOK COY EltN go to MUi-liciicr'g, at the tlnumul office. Get a handsome set of ware worth $7.50 free. See the Albuquerque Hard ware Co.'s advertisement in this p.ipn for particulars. ARIZONA ROUND-UP A SADSAD SCENE Oi l) TIM Ell HAS NO PATIENCE WITH LADYLIKE PltESCOTT METHODS. The round-up in the Oro Blanco ountry last week looked not unlike a funeral procession,' says the Nogales Oasis. It was tame. Even the horses 'tnew there was something wrong and .vent about their work in a lack-spirit Tanner. The cheery Hello. Bill! How's she going?" was changed to uood morning' William. How are yoti this morning?" Occasionally an outlaw cayuse would toss his head. !ook at the peaceful looking travelers ml throw a great loud horse laugh. Men who for years had ridden the ranges with all the dash of centaurs and with defiance Hashing from their syes, sat as stiff and still in their sa.l lles ,is mutton-chopped Britishers and .vith faces more solemn. Truly, the -nango from the old., rouch-and-rearlv lappy-go-lucky bunch was great. It ouia nave been hardly greater. There were no guns in the party. Tho edict Kid gone forth that roundups would icreafter be regarded as public gath--rings and the laws of Arizona (malo-i lirtlons on tho meddlers that framed hem. mutters1 Blata Kube) forbid the arrylng of weapons at public g ither ngs. Hangers Obis and Coffee of No- Tales visited the round-up gang during i -uu t!iR uno luuiKi ine aimospnere o gloomy and oppressive that they ivere back In town three days before a cheerful expression returned to their faces. Tucson, 'Arizona. W. E. NCAL, Albuquerque, New Mexico. My Dear Sir: Your letter, with notice, has just reached me. I was aware from my policy, that L would be entitled o a "dividend" at this time, but I had no knowledge upon which to base an opinion a s to the amount of the dividend., I certainly did not expect that it would be any where1 near the amount you mention ($24.15 cask). This is nearly one-eighth of my an nual premium, $204.50. I am more than pleased with this showing. I inclose herewith check for $204.50. The present dividned, and subsequent ones unless otherwise instructed will be left to purchase additional insurance. You know we have to protect the wife and babies, even if we have to go with out a vacation ourself. I hope to have the pleasure of meeting you here soon. Very sincerely, n . W. V. WÍIITMORE. WOULD TOU LIKE TO HAVE A POLICY LIKE THE ABOVE T WE HAVE A FEW MOKE LEFT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE V. E. HEAL, Albuquerque, N. U. - General Agent !w New Mexico, Arizona and Western Texas. After the W:r. Now that peace has been declared etween Japan and Russia the entire world will have something serious to hlnk about in regard to the strength f the Japanese. In fact, a communi ng nation has sprung Hito being, witu vhich the powers must reckon in the future. If you neglect the stomach ind bowels and allow the system to ecorne weak and rundown. Nature ilwuys requires a reckoning, anil vhlch In some cases resuljs in a long. erious pick spell. You vununt afford o take chances and for tills reason we irge you to comment' takingHostet- tor's Stomach Bitters at meal time ano tied time, and give it a, fair chance to naiie you wen Again. .1 nousann.s have been cured during the last fifty vears of indigestion, dyspepsia, heart- urn, costlveness, bloating, sour stum ich, female ills or malaria by usinjt the Bitters promptly. Start today. The best Groceries nt the lowest arlees at V. Q. Pratt & Co., 211 South second sxom. Colonist Hates to tho Northwest. Commencing September l&th nnd tally thereafter until October 31st, he Santa fe will sell tickets to Blll 'ngs, Butte. Helena and Missoula at 1 rate of. $33.95; Spokane and Walla Walla, J3Ü.45; Portland, Seattle and Tacoma, $38.95. For nnrtleulars call m any agent of the Santa Fe. II. S. LUTZ. Agent, Albuquerque, N. M. We have just received a shipment of National Biscuit Company Cakes and Crackers, in bulk and packages. These goods are recognized as the finest produced and we guarantee them to give satisfaction. SPECIAL New SI.C Nabisco Wafers nil flavors, ei' package Cheese Sandwiches, per package Almond Bon lions, something new per package.... Frotana a biscuit with a fruit filling, per package Graham Crackers, per package Uneeda Biscuits, per package Uheeda Ginger Wafers, per package Butter Thin Wafers, per package Oat Meal Jrackors, per package Zwieback, per package Vanilla Wafers, per package Faust Oyster Crackers, per package Saratoga Flakes, per package City Soda Crackers, 1-lb package City Soda Crackers, 2-lb package Champagne Wafers, per .package Ramona Wafers, per package Bulk Fancy Sweet Wafers of all kinds, per pound . New Imported Figs Xiiw on the Market. 1-lb Basket Smyrna Figs 2 '.(.-lb Basket Smyrna Figs l'A-lbs Fancy Figgs, In gla ,10c . .20c . .20c ..10c . ,10c . . iVc ..10c . . 10c . .10c . .Lie . ride . .I0 . .20c , . I0f , .20c , .30c , .2.V , ,25c , . )c . fi.V 1) It I N K W HIT H 11 O C K T A A h K W A T W K The Jaffa Grocery Company "GOOD THIJVGS TO EA T" Automatic l'lione 211 Colo, l'lione Hlk 2!)2 W L Bhe Corred Thinjé in a Fall fuit you'll be sure to find right here. This store Is Just the place to get the earliest points on what to, wear. Every new fad can be found here as It is established In New York.' Every young man, every man who feels young and every man who appreciates good clothes will at once be In sympathy with our stock. Step In for a moment. See whr.t the new season has brought' forth. Single and Double Breasted Suits perfectly cut and perfectly tailored. $12.5Q.$15, jja, $20,JS25 jNcbcj JVecftbvear Wish I could call every n;an In town to tho telephone atad ask him to come to see my new Neckwear. The new fall shapes are pretty, the silks are new, and my neckwear department these days is a sort of a "boauty show." Dunlap Hats. Nettleton's Fine Shoe's. , A complete line -of fall Underwear in stock. Nelsou $ j.jo and Jfy.oo Stars Danlap Hats AV; tli t ok'1 s Shoes m.máni JELL Fine Clothing & Furnishings, Albuquerque 6 Manhattan Siirts EarU- Wilson Shirts yager U nltAmar Albiquof"qie R.oof Paint IMPERVIOU3 TO HEAT , OR COLD. CONTAINS NO ACID. WILL NOT RUN, CRACK O H BLISTER. NONE BETTER. BOLD BT THE GALLON OR CON TRACTS MADE. Borradaile&Co Atienta. 717 West Gold Avnu THOS. F. KELEHER 1 if uuiiibouf Lap Dusters, Wlilpa, Oils, Etc Axle 1 Paints, Oils &nd Vsrnishes One Gallon Devoes Faint CTn SN Square I'et, Two Coats. Palmetto Roof Pnlnt Stop IiMka. 401 WEST RAILIIOAD AVKNTTE WM. FHRR Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats RAi:SAC.E SI'KCIALTV IX)R OATTMC XUli HOGS UKJGEST MAHK10T PIUCE 1'AIO : , ft Try them e next timo you com also llnd their brands at There r 11 om jrort In amoklng good cigars, we have several different brands of nueh which you must have in order to pienso smokers. We think we can please them nil, Our Don Ricardo And Lh 1'latn Dagle at 15c, 2 for 2.k;, and our Hon riot-in at 3 for 2.V, seems to make a hit with most of them, down town. Cigarette smokers will MAX GUSSA'ROFF TWO BIG STORES 107 Secoud Street 115 Railroad Avenue STORAGE TMP QCPI1P1TY WAPCUnilQC STORAGE I Us. UUviwiil I I'll MULIIUUÜU AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY Htnrlng. Trnnsferrlng. Dlstrlhutlnir, etc. Special HUiragefiinllltles for niercliants nnd niann fai'turiTH (U'slrlnif hpace for carload lots. Sepáralo compartment for fiirnll une, plano, etc Storage rutes given uixui iippllcilon. afimt mid most iip-to-dato wareliouie li soulliwesk Automatic I'hono HIS 'Coin, l'lione. tied 2i1-3 III I .1 . fl y.1. .... A.. at 1 . . . ' .' areiioum no. 1, hi- tío marquen mv., iDuquorquo, n. iyi. 1 Grant Rlmk U 1 L. I MARK10T PIUCE 1'AIO. (iS SE THE EeNMIST "SrkiS? yg$$ and fiffures, one dollar Special at fcjiSAH value. Special.. 75c Albuquerque's Brightest and Busiest Store 5 cents each rP , I t H Ready-to-Wear Department SIX OX 1) lliOOIt SO-liicti Coat Suits nt $15.0(1 These suits are made of cheviots and jtray mixtures in the desirable double-breasted coat style; coat collar applied velvet. The coats are strictly man-tailored, half taffeta, lined and finished with bone buttons. The skirts are plaited and very becoming. r0-liicli Coat Suits at $U.V(M These suits are especially attractive, being made of pearl gray worsted. In the new tollarless coat effect, fUilshed at theiek with silk and self-strap, embellished with many rows of stitching; new full sleeves with cuffs; plaited skirts. " - r(l-iii'li Coal Suit nt $35.00 These suits are made of men's wear worsteds, In pretty grays; the coat is tailor made and lined through out with taffeta; It has the new fly front, velvet collar, self-cuffs and bono buttons the skirt is plaited. HciidiiM'SM In the Skirt Department Walking J-'klrts of light weight materials being the demand, we have given special attention to llioln selection. 'Shown are the new grays and blacks, In styles tat have fashion's approval. Plaited and tailored styles, priced from $1.00 to $15.00 Newness In Women's Itaiit, Coals So important n garment is not to be overlooked by the well-dressed woman. The best that designers und manufacturers can produce is offered our trade at prices that make popular this department. . In all raliv-proof materials, ' priced from $10.00 to $25.00 livening Coats Of Imported broadcloth, In wfclto and champagne, in three-quarter length loose-fitting models; lined with satin und elaborated with braid nnd velvet. Special value nt $.15.00 ; The New Ready-t o-Wear Hats IKveloped to a Point of Extreme Kxcellence lOX Olll SIX'OM) FLOOR. Tho growing demand for correct, moderately priced millinery Is more than satisfied In the rich and vailed sho'wlng Dow ready for the Inspection of our patrons, specially prlied at.. $5 00 to $10.00 I S IIIIIIIIIMIPWIIIW H piHM1.i,, UK FALL CAMIWION IS FAIRLY OX. Our well chosen stocks signal their Readiness to serve the people better than they have ever been served before. The exhibit embraces the richest, best and brightest styles that were ever produced -as yell as the conservative and less costly creations for ordinary use. lielng, leaders we are not working on theories nor Inflating balloons with gaseous advertisements. The people want tho facts. They want the proper stocks in the proper styles In the proper variety at the proper. prices all of which we give them i..-re. No words can convey more than an imperfect Idea of the procession of stylo and elegance Artistic creations and matchless values passing from our counters to consumers day by day. This is the result of accumulated knowledge of years of experience In catering to the wants of the people of this city. Read on. Infants' & Children's Coats & Bonnets AITI MX LINKS AH1 COMI'Ll'l'K (Second Floor) Wonderfully fascinating is this delightful new showing of exquisitely dainty wears for the little folks. Never before such preparation here to meet th'1 requirements of the most exacting mauimHs. Withered, indeed, must he th! soul that can find no delight In this exhibit of hundreds of "Just the dearest" little garments possible to conceive and you are welcome. Infants' and Children's New Km broldered Sitk Honnets, prettily trim med in lace, fur and hemstitching, for Infants' New Iong Coats, In Tlcd ford Cord, blade with large circular cape, prettily trlmme with ribbon or bra hi, $2.50, $2.75, $:t.50, $1.50. Children's New Heaver and Felt Hats,- also New Heaver Pokes, some handsomely trimmed, from $1.50 up to $7.50. ' Children's Angora Fur and Crochet ed Silk Honnets for $1.25 und $2.00. Children's New Itccfcrs nnd trials, white and colored, In Serge, Ilrond clolh and Zihclhie, made double breasted, belted back, sizes one to live years, for $ 1.00, $ 1.50, $0.00 and $7.50. A handsome new assortment of Children's Coats In Hearskln, Hippie Plush, Cashmere nnd Silk, handsome ly trimmed nnd embroidered from $1.50 up' to $25.00, Wadsls for Immediate Weeu- Karly Fall demands waists of a Utile heavier fabric than for summer, and hero they are. Stylish, dressy fresh, natty. Karly Fall Waists In In Voile, Nun's Veiling and Prllllanttne, best of styles and shades, $1.75 and up. Wulsts of Nun'a Veiling and Poplin, plain nnd fancy trimming, all the popular full shades, $2.75 and up. Plaid Waists in Silk, the best as sortment of patterns, new style sleeve and stock, $1.05. Plaid WaMts In Mohair material, fancy shirred yoke, large sleeve with deep cuff, $2,05. New Silks and Dress Goods FALL OF 1005. Our collections are now complete In every detail. With largely increased selling spaco in our Dress Ooods section we are now in a position to serve our patrons better than ever. Stylo, quality, variety, value that's nil you want, and that's what wo have to offer. 42-Inch Henrietta, In all colors, specially priced this week nt 05'. 4"i-lii( h German Henrietta, all colors and' black, per yard,' $1.00. 45-Inch Prunella and Melrose, nil colors mid black, per yard, $1,00,' All-wool Panamas, Poplins and all the wanted weaves. Hrondcloth, In chiffon weight, 2 Inches wide, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.5(1,, $2.00 mid $2.50 a yard. The Hlack Onods Section is complete la all the wanted weaves, such as llroadeloth. Drap de Kte, Mohairs, Lansdowne, Crepe de Pai ls, Ktamlnes, Folletines. Panamas, Albratross and Nun's Veiling tit all popular prices, ranging from 50c for Albatross to $2.50 for Im ported Chiffon Hrondcloth. f All-wool Imported Flannel, In neat dots figures and effective Persian designs und colors, for house gowns, iIi-cksíuk Hucques and kimonos, at 50c the yard. SKK WINDOW DISPLAY. Women's Fino Gloves , - The famous Trcfousse, lenders In fashionable stores of all cities; without a peer In fit, finish nnd superlative quality. Prices no higher than for other kinds. Kvery pair carefully fitted and fully warranted. Many effects and finishes, ranging at $50, $1.75 and $2.00 per pair. C Other handsomo and serviceable Oloves at $1.00, $1.25 and $1.50. Neck Ruchings & Rufflihgs We are showing a very attractive line of Ndk Ihiehing In Mack, white and all shades, In new, effective patterns. Also a full lino of rtuffltlig, In all widths, at 10c, 15c, 25c, 35c per yard and up, WOMF.N S MAY MX'KWKAU The newest production of the season In Storks, Collars nnd Collar and Cuft Sets, In lace, embroidery, silk und washable material'!, Speeiul values at 35c, 50c, 75e, $1.00 and up to $2.00 each. 1 1 23 Z