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Wolno!sliv
ila y, October I. 1903. , j
THE ALBUQUERQUE MORNING TOURNAL
FAGK THlU'.r.
r
TWELVE THOUSAND
MILES OF CARS JO
MOVE GRAIiN CROP
Enormous Yiefd of Greatest
American Industry.
STUPENDOUS FIGURES FROM
RAILROAD STATISTICIAN'S
Chicago, Oct. 3. The American far
mer Is a very prosperous individual
according to railroad statisticians, who
have figured that the grain trafilo fot
this crop year will aggregate 1,500,.
000 carloads. If all this grain could
tie hauled In a single train of freight
cars, the train would be 11,981 mllef
long, exclusive of the locomotive.'
that would be needed to move It. '
Dividing this train Into trains ol
forty cars each, there would be re
quired 87.600 locomotives, or 355 mllef
of draught machinery. Adding this
353 nil leu to the 11,931 miles of cars,
there Is a total of 12,2X6 miles.
To ho'd the cars and engines would
require nearly every foot of foui
tracks extending from New York tc
San Francisco. The necessary single
track would measure half the circum
ference of the globe.
These figures do not fully Indicate
the vastness of the wealth which tht
American farmer has taken from hi
land in corn, oats, wheat, barley ami
rye this year. The railroad men's es
timates aro confined to the grain
which will he moved to market een-
i lera on the steim roads. Probably no!
fore iarl a third of thé grain pro
duced will ever see a. freight car." The
other two-thirds will be hauled to lo-
; cal mills In wagons or be consumed
by live stock on the farms. To hold
. the corn -crop alone would call for a
: train 21,000 miles In length.
1 In this statement of agricultural
' treasure lies the reason for the un par
allelled (preparations of .western rail
roads for traffic this season. If the
farmer were not already well supplied
with ready money and were forced ti
rush his grain to market, as he ha.'
done In past years, it is reasonabh
, to suppose the railroads would b(
swamped with grain traffic.
The statisticians estimate the wheal
and oats crops of Minnesota and tht
Dakota at 82G.0OO.OOO bushels, e
which 190.000,000 bushels will be
marketed on steam roads. . They place
the yield of corn at 2,566,000,000 bush
els, and expect that 1X6,000,000 bush
els will 'be handled on freight train?
greater or less distances.
flranting that these figures are c'or
rect, there will be 173.000 carloads ol
wheat and oats from the three state
mentioned, or 4,325 trains of fortj
cars each.
The estimate of corn Is 796,000 car
loads, or 19,900 tralnloads of fom
cars each. On top of this will probablj
be 17.000 carloads of flaxseed to be
hauled from the northwest.
To haul the 1.500,000 cars of al"
kinds of grain would mean a m.ive
ment of a hundred trains of forty cari
each every day of the year.
Tills Is Traveling Some.
Engineer lia Spnrklin, of the T.akf
Shore railroad, ran the Twentieth Cen
tury Limited recently between Toleele
and Elkhart, a distance of 133.4 miles
In 119 minutes. This is the second fast,
esst record for a loaded train on an
American road. The other one wa.1
made by Engineer Cluler with the
same train. He ran the same distance
in 112 minutes. After (Sulci's run the
Lake Shore management decided tlifit
races against time were too hazardous
and prohibited the making up of ninn
than ten minutes on a division. Re
cently, the engineers have been allow
ed to disregard this order and I lie re
suit Is that record runs are becoming
of almost dally occurrence.
Santa IV Detective Dcnrt.
TjOwIh A. Rolin, a loe'al -Santa Fe de
tective, died very suddenly Sunday af
ternoon of heart disease while out
hunting on the Sunset Pass road li
company with George If. Keye.s am'
Mr. Orr, -timekeeper at the company
jiy'olTlce. Wlnslow Mail.
A NEW GENERAL
MANAGER FOR THE
LUMBERCOMPANY
Richard Jones of Michigan
Succeeds S. C. Jackson.
NEW MEXICO CATTLEMEN
OBJECT TO HARD ORDER
i:P TO SECItETAKY WILSON TO
MODIFY THE SKUVH'i; DIP
1'IXU REXULATION.
The New Mexico cattlemen aro ui
against a proposition to dip their cat
tle during the cold weather or get the
dipping u refers from Washington mod
ified, and It will be Just a bit interest
ing ti wntch the outeine. The-order
was Issued In plenty of time for the
cattlemen to have built tanks and at
tended to the dipping before the cole!
weather came. Whether Secretary
Wilson will pardon this shortcoming
Is of course largely problematical.
The Carlsbad Current in dlscussliifi
the aubjee-t says: "The cattlemen sa
there are no facilities for the dipping
of cattle, and that by the time vaU
can be arranged and the stuff gather
ed, winter will be on them and to dip
cattle at that season would result in r
great loss to them, and they want the
order so modllled Unit they van be
given until next spring to dip thcii
cattle on the ranches. They do not
complain at dipping the cattle they
nre shipping, but say It will work
quite a hardship on them if they art
reeiulred to dip cows with young calvet
as In many Instanei's it will menu the
loss of the calf. All they ask is thai
fhey be given until next spring In
whieh to prepare for the general dip
ping. The Current trusts the propel
authorities will take this matter up.
mid use their best efforts to have the
order modllled. The cattlemen i
there 1b no scab among the entile In
Eddy county, and they ask that the
department send an Inspector here t
make a personal Investigation of the
matter, and to ascertain for himself
that It Is untiueeessary for tbo sweep
ing long distance orders of the depart
went lo be carried out at this time."
THE FVEI1R.
Undertaking Company,
S07 Went Railroad Avenue.
Both Fbonec - bj or Nlf bt
Before lolling your blank tiook work
to bo sent out of the city, let iim quote
yon our prices. We make nil kinds of
fwelal rulen ami printed books. Tlie
Mkcliner company at tlio Journal.
1 1 ? r f
What part of this paper do you
suppose la the most Interesting to the
person who Is eagerly looking for a
furnished room or boarding place'.'
Is your ad In that part of the paper?
U. JACKSON LEAVES FOX
"CALIFORNIA-FOR A REST
S. C. Jackson, for a year past gener
'I manager ot the American Lumber
company, has resigned ami has turned
over the management of the big mills
here to Mr. Richard Jones, of Saull
Ste Marie, Michigan, who has been in
A lljuiiueniiie for several days making
himself familiar with the details of
the business.
It ha.-! been known for several days
past In business eircles that a change
in the management of the lumber
company was imminent, but it was not
until yesterday morning that Mr. E. F
Allen, vice chnlrm.in of the executive
'ward, who has be-en here for some
lays past, gave out the following let
ter, which contains Mr. Jackson's resignation:
K. F. Allen, Vice Chairman American
Lumber Co., City.
Tii'tir Sir: On ni count eif a de'sire on
iy part to make a change I herewith
'land you my resignation as general
natiag(r of the American Lumber
ompany, to .trike elTee-t at your
ilcasure. I wish to thank you and
ither officers of the company for the
.cry kind treatment I have always
received at your hands and to assure
von that any assistance T can give you
ir the company in any way 11 will be
i pleasure to do so.
'(Signed) S. C. JACKSdX.
Mr. Jackson's successor, Mr. Jones
'pout ail o Monday and yesterday In
he mills with Mr. Jackson, getting
lold of the course of the business and
Mr. Jackson and his family left lasl
light for California for a vacation.
Vlr. Jaekson announces that he pro
unes to go into business In a lumber
arel in Michigan, in which his father-in-law,
Mr. Lamb, will be Interested.
Mr. Jones, the new general manager Is
n experienced lumber man who has
l id wide experlene-e In the white ,dne
region around the great lakes In hand
ing large lumbere, enterprises. It is
lot known whether any other changes
.vl 1 1 follow the resignation of Mr.
iaekson in the executive department
if the big enterprise, but none are ex
pected.
Tucson, Arizona.
W. E. NEAL, 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 to1
a "dividend" at this time, but I had no knowledge upon which
te) Iwse an opinion as to the amount of the dividend. I certainly"
did not expect that it would be anywhere near the, amount you
- mention ($24.15 cash). 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.
f Very sincerely,
, ' W. V. WHITMORE.
WOULD TOU LIKE TO HAVE A POLICY LIKE THE ABOVE? WE
HAVE A FEW MORE LEFT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITS
V. E. NEAL, Albuquerque, N. M.
Qeneril Agent (or New Mexico, Arizona and Western Texas.
PROVE IT ANYTIME.
5
5y the Evidence of Alhitepici'qiie'
People.
The dally rviibmce eltize'tis right
here at home supply Is proof snti'i-
lent to satisfy the greatest skeptic.
N'o bette r proof can be had. Here Is
1 ease. Head il:
Mrs. J. Hall, of 51.9 South First st.,
says:
"Une of my daughters suffered from
lackache for about eight months or a
,ear. Sometime' It was so bail that
he was completely prostrated for a
lay or so at a time. I read about
loan's Kidney Pills in our AlbiHnii-r-Itie
newspaper and thought they
alight help niy daughter and we we'nt
o the Alvarado I'harmacy for a box.
n a remarkably short time the ined
Yine took effect and n little longer
itopped the backaedie. We are pleased
o recommend Dunn's Kidney Tills."
For sale by ail dealers. i'rice f0
ents. Foster-Milbum Co.. Huffalo. ..
V., sole agents for the Culled Slates.
Remember the name Doan's and
ake no other.
We arc receiving daily large shipments of
new, fall pack, "gopcHhings to eat."
We invite you to call and carefully inspect our large line of
Groceries. In Preserves, Relishes, Canned Meats, Canned
Fruits, Canned Vegetables, Teas. Coffee, Spices. Extract.-.
Gelatines, Farinacious Goods, etc., v.e make a social effort to
buy only the best and sell at prices that compare favorably with
the "cheap" goods on the market. In fact, wc giuthnitcc to
please or your money back..
We have just opened
Genuine Pill Tickles, large size, 4 for 10c
Small Heinz Sweet Gherkins, tier quart 25c
Small Heinz Sour Gherkins, per quart 1
Uulk Mince Meat, 2 pounds for 25c
Hulk Potato Chips, per pound : c
For Salads, Colel Meats, etc., we recommend Fcrndcll Salad
Dressing; two sizes, 35c and 65c. Ask us f..r a sample kittle
with your.next order.
Use Meadow Gold Butler, guaranteed to please.
The Jaffa Grocery Company
"GOOD THItfGS TO EA T"
Automatic Phone 211
Colo. Minna nil 202
X5he Correct Thing
in a Fall Suit
you'll be sure to find right here. This store in
Just the place to get the earliest points on
what to wear. Every new fad can be found
here as It is established fn 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 what the new
season, has brought forth. Single and Double
Breasted Suits perfectly cut and perfectly
tailored.
12.5Q,15f 18, $20.$25
JVcbv jVecRbucar
i
Wish I could call every tv.an In town to the
tolephone and ask him to come to see my
new Neckwear. The new fall shapes are
pretty, the silka are new, and my neckwear
department these days Is a sort of a
"beauty show."
Dunlap Hats. Nettleton's Fine Shoes.
A complete lino of fall Underwear In stock.
A.o fjjo and
94.00 Shoes
Danlap Hats
Aftlrion's Sioe.t
llpi&lk.te'.f 'f.
'i , rf&Wvli ' r ''' gfTlrr)-ii.?
liiplibyt '!' I
'"c washinoi0
M.MANDELL
June Clothing & Furnishings, Albuquerque
Manhattan Shirts
Earl & Wilson
Shirts
Jagtr U tulerviear
Albviquerqvie
R.oof Paint
IMPERVIOUS TO HEAT
OR COLD. CONTAINS NO
ACID. WILL NOT RUN,
CRACK O It BLISTER.
NONE' BETTER. 80LD BT
THE GALLON OR CON
TRACTS MADE.
Borradaile&Co
AKenla. 717 West Gold Avtnu
TI10S. F. KELEHER
Leather, Harness, Saddles
Lap Dutetem, Whips,
Oils, Etc
Paints, Oils and Vernlshas
One Gallon Devoea Fatnt Oavcn SM
Sejunre Feet, Two Coats, Palmctta
Roof Paint Stopa Leaks.
40i WT RAILROAD AVKSV
WM. FHRR
Wholesale and Retail Dealer In
Fresh and Salt Meats
8AI SAGE RPFX-IALTY
TOK CATTLK AND HOOS 11IGGEST
MARKET PRICE PAID.
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1 :
There's
Com fort
In smoking good cigars, we
have several different brands of
sue-h which you must have in
order to pletise smokers. We
think we can please them' nil.
Our Don Ricardo nnd La Plata
Knjrle at 15c, 2 for 25c, and our
Don llorín at 3 for 25c, seem to
mnke a hit with, most of them.
Try them e next time you com down town. Cigarette smokers will
also find their braniln at
MAX GUSSATROFF
TWO DIG STOR.ES
107 Sacoud Street 115 Rail roa. d Avenue
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I5MLE THE SECURITY WAREHOUSE mm
AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY
INOOnpOHATIO
Storlnir, Transferrlnir, Dlietrllnitlnr, etc. Ppee-Jal otoraire fcllltles feir merchants snd nmnil
fut'turers elufciriuu' Nptie-e for curlemel lots. Hctutriite) compurtmenU for furtilluee, pimíos etc
hteirutre! rules Kivuu ufHin uppllctl Ion. infest and most tip-lo-elatee WHreliousc In itoulliwtMk
Autoinutlti I'lieme tllll Colo. I'liolie, Red 261-2
Warehouse No. I, 414 416 Marquette Av.,
Correspondence Solicited. P. O. Box 2U1
Albuquerque, N. M.
Offlcei: Qr&nt Block
1
i$Sk 5 THE EeNMIST "" fil
V yjk$ figures, one do! lar t Special at liLJaai 'k-J
Mí ValU Special '-75c Albuquerque's Brightest and Busiest Store 5 cents each fW
I
Ready-to-Wear Department
si:roxi 11,0011
r.O-Iiii li C'ont Siilfs nt $15.00 These suits nre made of cheviots and
Bray mi.xuies in the desirable! doulilo-liriNinted coat style; coat collar
applied velvet. The coats nre strictly mun-tallored, half taffeta lined
ami fiiilxhrd with bone buttons. The skirts are plalti'd anil very becoming.
no-lni-li ';,t suits nt $25.00 These suits nre especially attractive,
being made 'of pearl gray worsted, In the new eollnrless coat effect,
finished nt the nee-k with silk and self-strap, embellished with many
rows of stitching; new full sleeves with cuffs; plaited skirts.
50-iiicli ('oat Suits nt $35.00 These suits are made of men's wenr
worsteds, In jrretty grays; the coat is tailor made and lined through
out with taffeta; it has the new fly front, velvet collar, self-cuffs and
bone buttons; the skirt is plaited. -
IlcniHiM'sa In the Skirt l)einrtmenl Walking Pklrls of light
weight materials being the demand, we have given special attention to
their selection. Shown are the new grays and blacks, In styles that
have fashion's approval. 1'laited and tailored styles, priced
from $1.00 to
. .$15.00
Newness lit Women's I ta In ÍimiIm So Important a garment Is not
to be overlooked by the well-dressed woman. The best that designers
and manufacturers can produce is offered our trade at prices that
make popular this department. In all rain-proof materials,
priced from $10.00 to $25.00
livening Coals Of Imported broadcloth, In white and champagne,
in three-quarter length loose-fitting moelels; lined with satin
and elaborated with braid and velvet. Special value at .$15.00
a
The New Rcady-t o-Vear Hats
Developed to a l'olnt oí Kvlrcnie Kxe clle-nce
lO.V Ol'R SIX'OND ITOOH.
The growing demand for eeirrecr, moderately priced millinery Is
nioie; man sausnea in the rich ond varied showing now ready
for the Inspection of our patrons. Specially priced at. .5.00 to $10.00
IIR FALL CAMPAIGN IS FAIRLY ON. Our well chosen steicks signal
their readiness to se-rve the people better than they have ever been
si'i-ved before. The exhibit embraces the richest, best and brightest
styli-s that were ever produe'ed as ye-ll as the conservative and less costly
creations for ordinary use. Helng leaders wo are not working on theories nor
inflating balloons with gaseous advertisements. The people want the facts.
They want the proper stocks In the proper styles In the proper variety at
the proper prices all of whie h we give them here. No words can convey
more than an Imperfect idea of the proe-esslon of style and elegance artlstlo
creations and matchless values passing from our counters to consumers day
by day. This is the result of ne e umulated knowledge of years of experience
In catering to the wants of the people of this city. Read on.
Infants & Children's Coats & Bonnets
Al'Tl'M.V 'LINKS Alti: t'OMI'LKTK
(HeCemd Klexir)
Wonderfully fascinating Is this delIghtfuTTiew showing of excfulsitely dainty
we-ars feir the little folks. Never be-fore sm h preparation here to meet th
requirements of the most exacting mammas. Withered, Imli-ed, must be the
soul that can find no de-llght In this exhibit of hundreds of "just the deurent"
little garments possible to conceive uiiel you nre welcome.
Infants' nnd , Children's New Km
broldered Silk Honnets, prettily trim
med In lace, fur and hemstite jilng, for
Infants' New Long Coals, In lii'd
ford Cord, made with large circular
rape, prettily trimmed with ribbon or
braid, $2.50, $2.75, $3.50, $1.50.
Children's New Heaver and Fedt
Hate, also New Heaver Pokes, some
I handsniflcly trimmed, from $1.50 up
to $7.50.
Children's Angora Fur and Crochet
ed Silk Honnets for $1.25 and $2.00,
Children's New Reefers nnd Coats,
white and colored, In Serge, Itreiael
cloth and Zlbedliie, made double
brensfed, belted back, sizes one to five
years, for $1.00, $1.50, $0.00 and $7.50.
A handsome new assortment of
Children's Coats In Pearskln, Hippie
Plush, Cashmere and Silk, handsome
ly trimmed and embroidered from
$1.50 up to $25.00.
Waists for Immediixte Wesxr
Early Fall demands waists of a little heavier fabric than
for summer, and here they are. Stylish, dressy fresh, natty.
Early Fall Waists In In Voile, Nun's
Veiling and lirllllantlne, best of styles
and shade, $1.75 ami up.
Waists of Nun's Veiling Htid Poplin,
plain and fancy trimming, all the
popular fall shades, $2.75 and up.
riald Waists In Silk, the best as
sortment of patterns, new stylo sleeve
and stock, $1.05.
Plaid Waists In Mohair material,
fancy shirred yoke, large sleeve- with
deep cuff, $2.(J5.
New Silks and Dress Goods
I 'ALL OF 1005
Our collections aro now completo In every detail. With
largely Increased selling space In bur DreHS Goods section we are now
In a position to serve our patrons better than ever. Style, quality,
varie ty, value that's nil you wnnt, and that's what we have to offer.
42-Inch Henrietta. In all colors, specially priced this week nt 85c.
45-Inch German Henrietta, nil colors and black, per yard, $1.00.
4'.-lnch Prunella and Melrose, all colors and black, per yard, $1.00.
All-woot Panamas, Poplins nnd all the wanted weaves.
Hroade loth. In chiffon weight. G2 Inches wide, at $1.00, $1.25, $1.50,
$2.00 unit $2.50 a yard.
The niack floods Section Irt complete In nil the wanted weaves,
such as Hroadcloth, Drup do Ele, Mohairs, Lunsdnwne, Crepe de Paris,
Ktamines, Eolienni-s. Panamas, Albratross nnd Nun's Veiling nt
nil popular prices, ranging from 50c for Albatross to $2.50 for Im
ported Chiffon Hroadcloth.
All-wool Imported Flanno.1, In neat dots figures and effective
Persian designs nnd colors,, for house gowns, elre-sslng sticiiues und
kimonos, at S0 the yard. Sl'.K WINDOW DISPLAY.
Women's Fino Gloves
The famous Trefousse, leaders In fashionable stores of nil cities;
without a peer In fit. finish ond superlative tuallty. Prices mi
higher than for other kinds. Every pair carefully fitted and fully
warranted. Many effects nnd finishes, ranging nt $1.50, $1.75 ond
$2.00 per pnlr.
Other handsome and serviceable Gloves at $1.00, $1.23 nnd $1.50.
Neck Ruchings & Ruff ilngs
We are showing a very attractive line of Neck Huchlng in black,
white and 11 shade's. In new, effective patterns. Also a full Uno of
Rufflings, In all widths, nt 10c, 15c, 25c, 3.V per yurd and up.
WOMEN'S NEW NECK WEAK
The newest production of the season lit Stocks. Collars nnd Coll.tr
nnd Cuff Sets. In lace, embroidery, silk nnd washalila material"
Special values at 35e, 60c, 75c, $1.00 nnd up to $2.00 each.
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