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Sátnrduy. October 21, 1005.
THE ALBUOUER OU E MORNING' JOURNAi; iwge Timen SAÉA. FE LIMITED FASTER THAN THE SALT LAKE FLYER Latter Goes From Chicago to Coast in 71 Hours. SWELL FAST TRAIN ; ON CLACK'S NEW ROAD Seventy hours and forty-flvo min ute from Los Angles to Chicago will be the time of the new Salt Lake route overland train It will go on December 1. T. C. Peck, assistant general pas senger agent of the Suit Lnke Route, who spent yesterday in the city on his way from Chicago to Los Angeles, gave much Interesting data regarding the train, says the Salt Lake Herald. "Itá time will be two hours longer than that of the Santa Fc flyer," said Mr. Peck, "but we know that In announcing- our schedule we will be able to carry out our promises and will not disappoint the public by delays. "From Los Angeles to Salt Lake the time wili be twenty-six hours. The train will leave this city for California nt 1 p. m., and will nrrlvo in this city from California at 3 p. m. It will ar rive in Chicago at 11:30 n. m., the third day after leaving California. "The train will run over the Silt Lake Route. Here K will drop a sleep er for the Denver and Hio Grande. Otherwise Its equipment will run right through. ! A tourist and a standard slee,er for each road will carry pas sengers tor the Milwaukee and the Northwestern lines. "The equipment will consist of a combination baggage and buffet car, In which; will be a compartment con taining a dynamo for lighting the train, tw'o tourist and three standard sleepers, a diner and an observation car going right through. The standard sleepers will bo furnished with com partments for private parties so that they may' even have their meals serv ed in these if they wish. "Of our present time schedule we can be sure when the trains .start there will be no disappointment. This year we can observe points for Im provement, and next year we will re able to fix a schedule by which all records will be broken between south ern California and Chicago." . Mr. Peck went on to tell of the re sults achieved at the trans-continental meeting of passenger agents. Among these are one-way rates to the coming coast conventions. The Arizona nnd Colorado. There is renewed1 activity on the Arizona & Colorado road. The editor of the Gallup Republican has received word that u party of surveyors have left Naco. Sonora, to locate the bridges on the Cananea line from its present terminal to the coast of the Gulf of California. The Cananea line is the Mexican division of the A. & C. road nnd Is to all Intents and purposes a Southern Pacific road.. The informant of this paper stated that there is good reason to believe that actual construc tion work will be inaugurated very Boon. . ', P Block Kignnl System. The Santa Fe yards at liatón are being fitted with the block system sig nal sorviiv which Is to be used all over the system, as soon as It can be Installed. " Yurd liiilMiror Hurt. John Hloks. a laborer in the Raton yards, was b ully cut and bruised about the face and head Monday morning, while unloading a car of twenty-four Inch tile. ..One of the tile fell on a heavy board, the end of which Mruck Hicks In the face badly tearing bis upper lip and breaking his nose. Hicks Is under the doctor's care, but will be at work In a few-days, as the physi cian does net regard bis injurie as se rious. jfc TRAIN NO. 7 HITS MAN AT FIIKXCII W. A. Singleton, of Flagstaff. Ari zona, wan seriously hurt by train No. 7, at French last night, says the Ra ton Range. Singleton, who is shipping horses to Lodge City, Kansas, stepped from tho' caboose of his train and stood so close to the track that the id iot bar or the step on Engine No. 7 struck him In the back and knocked him clown. He was broukht to th's city and attended by Df. Hart, who will send him to the hospital at Las Vegas today. Dr. Hart fears internal injuries, yet does not consider them necessarily fatal. 'FIFTY MEN LAID OI F AT SAN RF11X ARDI NO Tuesday a considerable number of men were being laid off and paid off nt the Santa Fe shops, says the San Bernardino Times-Index. " Probably not less than r0 men were paid off nnd discharged during the day, they being from nearly all departments. though most of them were from the nietal working departments. No explanation of the move was forthcoming from tho officials other than that they desired to cut down the force for a time and laid off the least desirable of tho men on the rolls. Something over $1.500 was distributed among tho men discharged. Most of the men, It I understood, expect to at once leave the city. While It is not officially stated, It Is understood th-it the company has been carefully Investigating the shops and lias determined on a policy of getting rid of the most undesirable and least efficient of tho men, thus Improving the class .of men employed here by following up this -process as fast as the shop force Is Increased. Romo Sensible Alivien. It may bo' a piece of superfluous advice to urge people r.t this season of the year to lay In a supply of Cham berlaln's Cough Remedy. It Is almost sure to ho needed before winter Is over, and much more prompt and sat (factory results are obtained when taken as soon as a cold Is contracted and before It has become settled In the system, which can only be done by keeping1 the remedy at hand. Thb remedy Is so widely known and so al together good that no one should lu Rate about buying It In preference to any other.'. It Is for sale by all drug gists. servalive estimates. It la safe to say that this capacity will have to be doubled during the ensuing year, mak ing Sliver City one of the most impor tant smelting porlits In the entire southwest. The two most recent Improvements determined upon are the 200 ton con centrating mill and the 250-ton fur nace. The latter has been shipped and Is now on tho way. It will be In stalled as soon as it reaches here, and will practically double the capacity of the strictly smelting portion of tho plant Two stacks are already In op eration, says the Sliver City Independ en. . Ground has been broken for the erection of the new building In which will be located the concentrating mill, tts location is southwest from the of fice building, on the weft side of the A. T. & S. F. railroad. Like all oth er buildings, it will bo substantially constructed with sheet Iron covering. The machinery for the mill has been ordered, and it is the Intention of the management to have It completed and in running order not later than the first of th year. Particular care has been taken ta purchase only -the most modern nnd up-to-date machinery for Installation In this department, and when ready for operation, it will he a model of aFringrmcnt and mechanical Ingenuity. Electrical power has" been decided upon for the new mill, as well as other departments refiilr-ing same, and for tills purpose there has been ordered from Ilarri.-tulrg. Pa., a 2K0 hnrso power Fleming engine which will lie (iirecuy connected with n Crocker-AVheeler generator. It has been ascertained from practical exper ience that electrical power is the most satisfactory as well as the most econ omical In the end. This Is particular ly true with reference to the concen tration process, In which absolute even motion is necessary. The mill will contnln twenty Wilftey tables1, ore bins of (00 tons capacity will also bo built to provide for the convenient storage of the ores. Tucson, Arizona. W. E. NEAL, Albuquerque, New Mexico. My Dear Sir: Your letter, with notice, has just reached rue. I was aware from niy policy, that L would be entitled to a "dividend" at this time, but I had no knowledge upon which to base 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. 1 5 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 otlferwise 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, W. V. WIIITMORE. WOULD TOU LIKE TO HAVE A POLICY LIKE THE ABOVE? WH HAVE A FEW MORE LEFT. FOR FULL PARTICULARS WRITE W. E. NEAL, Ibuquerque, N. M. Gsnsral Agent far New Mexico, Arizona and Western Texas. Try one drop of Schilling's Best lemon extract in half-a-glass of water. Try how many drops of some other extract it takes to flavoi as much. At your grocet'i noneybac SEALSIIIIT OYSTERS. None P.ettcr. They have the ihalf-shell flavor. Hud only at When In need of an evening's amusement don't fail to go to Shaw's handsome billiard and pool room at 115 Railroad avenue. - i-ixrc groceries. cornrEors TREATMENT. REASOXARLE PRI CESA COMKIXATIOX HARD 'IX) Ri: AT. V. i. PRATT & CO., 21 1 S. SECOND KTltKKT. Reforc letting your blank hook work to bo sent out of the city, let us quote you our prices. Wo mako nil kinds of siiecial ruled anil printed books, xiio Mitiimer company nt ho Journal. On your way liome Saturday nlglit drop Info the Wlilto Elephant, hnve a cool bottle, sonic of our free lunch unci X liome happy. fjitof eries; groceries; GRO CERIES. Till', FINEST I. INK OF ;o mux ix the city, at e. ;. IMS ATT & CO.'S, 211 S. SECOND ST. Inspect your library nnd select tlie volumes in need of repair, then take tliein to Mile-liner's where they can he mude good us new uta nominal cost. FREE- 'E jR. IB 5B A Handsome Silver-Plated IVmillon Spoon Free with every purchase of Cudahy's Extract of I'.cef. An experienced lady demonstrator in charge of the sales for this week only. More "Good Things to Eat" arriving every day. Just opened a full line of lleinz's Hulk Preserves, including Raspebcrry Cherries . Strawberry Pineapple Damson Plums P.lackberry Call and let us demonstrate the superior quality oi these goods. Fresh Smoked Salmon and Fresh Smoked White Fish now added to the other good things on Our Delicatessen Tables. The Jaffa Grocery Company "G007 TIIIJVGS TO EAT' Automatic Phono 211 oIo. I'liono Itlk 292 your Fall a! v,?.i??i-L'!y',-g?!J 'jifgy iiy'y '.M'??IB Overcoat Get It now. If It turns cool tonight, you'll need It. If It doesn't, you'll need It In a day or two, at best. Moderately cool days and cooler evenings are now In order. If you want c.mfort, a Top Coat Is neces sary. Naturally y tu'll want one of our Hand some Coats. The touches of tho artistic nnd skillful tailor's handiwork aro everywhere visible. Fabrics are the finest Imported and Domestic Coverts, Cheviots nnd Thibet, In all the now patterns and shades. Prices range from ÍS.00 to 330.00. My Clothing stock Is now complete. Dunlap Hats. Nettleton's Fine Shoes. A complete line of Tall Underwear In stock. hilt mm .iitH i -Jl , i$m:-mi I fililí 1 IVclsnn Sj.jo and f f .on Hkors Dnnlup Huts Net ticoil's SlinfS M.-MANDELL Fine Clothing & Furnishings, Albuquerque Manhattan Skirts EarUl Wilson Sths Jager Umlcnvrur Albuquerqvie Roof Paint IMPERVIOUS TO HEAT OH COLD.. CONTAINS NO ACID. WILL. NOT RUN, O RACK O H 3 LISTER. NONE BETTER. BOLD BT THE GALLON OR CON TRACTS MADE. Borradailc&Co Agenta. M7 West Gold Avenue THOS. F. KELEHER Ix'atlier, llanies, Saddles, Lap Holies, lloise ISIanUcts, i:tc. Paints, Oils end Varnishes m Palmetto ltoof I'alnt lasts Five Years uml Slops Leaks. Cash raid for Hides and Felts. 408 WI'-ST KAILKOAO AVF.Xl'K WM. FHRR Wholesale and Retail Dealer In Fresh and Salt Meats SAI SAfiK A RFKC I.M-TY It)U CATTI.K AM) IKKiS IlKiGKST MARKET I'lUCfc FA 11). e Perfect Satisfaction Ts a combination of contentment and pleasure. It represents about the nearest approach to absolute happiness that we mor tals can experience. A good meal will do considerable to sat isfy a hungry man but A GOOD SMOKE Is the thing that uts him at peace with the world Here's the place to get It, wheth er It be a cigar, a cigarette or a pipe. 'fry!?- MAX GUSSA'ROFF TWO BIG 5TOR.ES 107 Secoud Street 115 R.ailroa.d Avenue mm THE SECURITY WAREHOUSE 2SSSSS AND IMPROVEMENT COMPANY Slorlnir. Transferrin!?. Tist ritmt I iur. etc. Hpcclal Morwre facilities fnr merchants and manu facturers (Ipslrlnif space for carload lots. Separa tn coniparlmi nls for fiirnluice, pianos, etc Slorattu rates given upon ipllcMon. Safest, and laosi np-to-dale wiirehouso 111 soutliwuirt Automatic Plumo UIS I'olo. I'lione, ltvcliil-2 Warehouse No. I, 414 416 Marquette Av., Albuquerque, N. M. CorrcsiHiiidence Solicited. 1'. O. llox 01 OlliCes: Grant Block BIG IMPROVEMENTS AT SILVER CITV SMEllfR CJItANT COI XTY PLANT IS TO 111 OXK OF l.k;i:st IX Tin; cSOlTliwi'Xr. A plant ith a capacity of from 400 to 450 toni per day ii wmit tne i;o manche, MliiliiK and Hmeltlnsr com pany will hav at Hlivw City before the close of the present year. ESB5 i wrv-r !iyT"'rTr" -i-imti'PM'fMJ'JU'''iii:aaat'ai CillLDKKN'S IIOSIKUV SI'ITIAL The celebrated Iron clad Hose for Children, a regular' 25-cent value. Specially priced for this week at 1'Jc: H E6N - -Albuqucrque's Brightest and Busiest Store WOMI'.NS' llOSllJtV SPKCIAL Women's Black llos" with embroidered clots, and other designs, a regu lar 3T,c hose. Specially priced at Bit masera Interesting Silk Items! Colored T&ffeias A large stock to choose from. Wo carry over 150 shades and can matc h any shade of dress goods; 1 inches wide; the very bent made for the price, per yard. . .7."o Iliac k Taffeta Silk, 19 Inc hes wide, ' regular 7"c grade. Specially priced for this mile at .l)i: I'.lack Chiffon Taffeta, 21 inches wide. Specially priced at Tile Illack Taffeta. 24 Inches wlde.war ranted. Specially priced at,...8!)c One piece of 27-ln. lilack Taffeta, tin exceptional good value for Interlining. Specially priced at 9o 36-in. Illack Taffeta, regular 1.25 value. Specially priced at . , . .l)Hc; Sfirln. Hluck Taffeta, regular $1.50 value. Specially priced at.... 91. 18 36-ln. Hlack Taffeta, regular $1.75 value. Specially priced at ,$1.38 Colored and Fancy Silks . 12 new pieces of Fancy Colored Silks, just the thing for shirt waists and shirtwaist suits 75c and Sfjc values, (o In this ale . for He 21-Inch Crepe de Chine, In a good range of colorings, regular $1.25 silk. Specially urlced tit 08c DRESS GOODS .750 I A new line of plaids In wools at Plaid Mohairs. In a full line of colorings, 40 Inches wide, at.... 75c 25 pieces of li"W shades of all-wool Henriettas, 42 Inches wide, at $1.00 20 pieces of new shades I'oplln and Prunellas, all new cloths. 40 and 44 Inches wide, at, per yd. $1.00 Broadcloths The largest and most comprehen sive stock of these stylish fabrics to be found In New Mexico. We have five distinct lines and from ten to twenty-five colorings In ench lln. Priced at $1.110, $1.25, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00 utid $3.50 a yard. T&ilor Broadcloth This I a. new fabric of cotton com position not distinguishable from the high priced Wool Jirond eloths; they come In the richest deep color with effective print ings. Kultabie for drest-efl, waists and children's wear; yd. , 30c & 3.V? he Outer Apparel Store for FaJl SUSS Not since tin- beginning of this line of our business Inivn v lieanl so many cvprchslons of approval from the visitors to (hit floor. The entire weoncl riiMir Is devoted to the display and sale of DresM's for llicning. unci '.t Home" wear, Tailored .Suits, Coals, Skirls uml WnlMs, WiapiM-rs, Petticoats, Drcss-Ing Km-uiics and Millinery. The different things were iiiiu"iiall.v well chosen Oils season and with especial deference to Ihc tastes and the demands of our own c lientele, lib making our pun lia-c s, us much care anil iitlenlioii was glien to Hie details us yon yourself would give. The materials were rigjilly eliosen as to weaves, finish mid colors; the trimmings mid linings in the sume way. The dltrcrcnt Mylo models were sclcvtetl to obtnlii those which we knew would be appreciated by clisciiinliiatli: buyers. in.iti: is jrsT a faik ki:pkksi:ntatiox as to nut r.s , (SIX'OXI) 1TOOK) At .15.00 -Long and Short Jacket Suits, made of Cheviots, and Fancy Mixtures; all colors and sizes. t At 20.00 Long Jacket Suits, made of fine quality Herringbone Chev iots, with 17-gore side pleated skirt, man-tailored, black and and blues; ull sizes. At $25.00 At this popular price we show more than thirty suits, In every new style, from all the latest fabrics; the greatetit values In America. SPKCIAI, At $11.08 About twenty-five Women's Stills, In an assorted lot of styles and colors, In short, medium and long coat effects; worth up to $20.00, but being only one of a kind left we cut the prices In order to close them out. Your choice ut $8.08, i'OS'ITMKS STIIIOHT AMI HOMK DP.KSSKS of Nun's Veiling, In Reseda green, , French blue and black, tnndo full wulsts with silk girdle; pleated skirts, $19.50. HISXRIKTTA DRESSES for street and home wear In navy blue, green, red nnd blin k; made full circular skirts, full waist, lace yoke unci silk girdle, $25.00. AT $10.00 Women's and' Misses' Auto Coats In fine Kerseys and fancy mixtures; Empire ami pleated box styles; ull colors and sixes. AT $15.01) Women's and Misses' Coats, in line Kerseys, Coverts and fancy mixtures; newest Umpire and Motoring styles; all colors and sizes. AT $l.(ll Women's nnd Misses' Coals, In line Coverts, Hroadelolhs and Scotch Mixtures, many new effects In Empire: and Hux styles; nil sizes. WAISTS IOK THE WOMEX A XI) .MISSES VESTING WAISTS, special values at $1.50, $2.50, $:l.5(l nnd $5.00. LINO ERIE WAISTS, special values at $1.00, $5.00, $7.5(1 and $10.00. TAFFETA WAISTS, special values at $5.110, 5.05. $7.50 and $10.00. LACE AND NET WAISTS, special vulues tit $5.05, $0.75, $7.50 and $10.00. WOt'H., 11AT1STE WAISTS, special values at $3.50, $5.00, $0.75 and $7.50. PLAID SILK WAISTS, special values ut $5.00, $7.50 and $10.00. (SEE WINDOW) KIMONOS, DRESSING SACQUES AND WHAPPERS Hwsm.ow) Long Kimonos In flannelette, oriental patterns, plain border and large sleeve, at $1.50 Long Klmoims In velour flannelette, new patterns, sutln bind ing and cord, at $2.50 Kimonos made of flannelette, with largo sailor collar and belt, trimmed with Persian border, at $1.00 and $1.50 Kimonos In flannelette, made with yoke and border of pluln material, ut &0c Eiderdown Huth Robes of best quality matrlal, plain and fan cy stripes, large sailor collar, with sutln binding, at $5.00, $7.50, $10.00 Eiderdown Dressing Sacques, good quality materials, very serviceable colors, at $1.00, $1.50, $2.00 Silk Dressing Sucques In the daintiest colors and white, very elaborately trimmed In lace and accordion pleating, Just the thing, upwards from $5.00 Long Silk Kimonos In all colors with large flotver designs, made with yoke and borders of plain materials, upwards from... $7.50 Long Silk Kimonos In the new butterfly fun and Jap Isntern designs, made with new sleeve, bound In sutln of plain color and finished with sash, at , $12.50 New Flannelette Wrappers of good quality material, deep flounce on skirt and finished with ruffles over shoulder and braid trimming, at ...$1.00 Rest quality Flannelette Wrupers, mude In the effect of tho two-pleco house dress; very full skirt and waist, very neatly trimmed, ut $1.50 MODERATELY PRICED TRIMMED HATS In Inclusive Street mid Suit Styles. Especially prepared displays In our Millinery Salesroom at $5.00, $8.00, $10.00 Hats. The all-Important point which we wish to Impress slfll more emphatically upon every woman In Albuquerque Is the unap proachable value of each prl . Artistic designs and beautiful color effects will be seen In almost endless variety In the hundreds of practical styles. ART NEEDLEWORK DEPARTMENT Have you seen our line of choice little novejtlc's to nmke up for the holidays? They ure simply exquisite praeticul, easily made and very Inexpensive. Beautiful new Sofas Pillows, Linen Table Covers and Scarfs, etc. Buy Underwear Now! The prices were never lower, a 1- ' though later In the season they will be higher owing to the advanen in tho pi le e of eoltoil and wool. Von can se lect now from a complete Hlock. Only reliable makes in stock, such us the Vassar, i incita, Mousing, Morode, Forest Mills, llubeiis, in union suits and separate garments, for ull age and sizes from the smallest Infants to the largest extra sizes made. i Children's Knit Underwear Dr. Denton's Sleeping flarnrents. made of medic ated cloth 75i3 Onclta rulen Suits for children, all sizes, per suit. SOcj Muhslng Union Suits for children, all sixes, per suit $1.1:" Heavy Fleeced Vests and Pants, w hile only, in all sizes . . .unc: to , Essex Mill Ribbed Vests and Pants ull wool, In grey only, priced upward from 2,"m! Misses' Vests n nd Pants, fine rib bed. In whitu nnd grey, (thesn lire made to fit the miss between the ages of 13 to 16) Special per suit $1.25 Children's pants hi small rlzes only, fleeced cotton, tan color. To close these out, each only,., 10c' (Irey and camel's hair vests and pants Owing to a broken run of siz-s In this line we have reduced the entire, line, rind ull sizes go ut ttpoclal low prices. Women's Vnderwear Onelta Union Suits, colors white uml grey, slr.es 3 to 10. at . . .75c. $1, $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $3.00 Vassar I'niou Suits, In white or grey, nt .. ..2.5(1, $3.0(1 and $1.00 These are mudo In all-wool, silk and wool and mercerized. Set snug union suits, In pure white and cream, heavily fleeced, and open all the way down the front, per ult $1.80 Llghe weight all-wool vests nnd pants, groy or hite, per gar- ment $100 Heavy weight cotton, heavily fleeced back, per garment 2ac, 35o Mild COo SPECIALS Women's grey vests, all wool, nn Hhrlnkablo, regular 11.25 gar ment. To close out only 75o Women's white wool vests nd punts, regular $1.00 goods. To close out reduced to 75o From preicnl Indications and con