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MONDAY, JI NK 3, 19CT.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
The Best is
None Too Good
$2.50 up to $25
Fatterns to Select From
W.V.Futrelle Furniture Co
Cir. Coal and Second
One of the most highly protected
institution! In this country Is the gov
ernment railway service. When the
letters and papers come In the morn
ing few people stop to think of the
busy workers who ppend hours and
hours of wear and toll in the trav
eling postal car as it thunders on
ward through the night, bringing the
communications of commerce and so
ciety hours and hours ahead of the
schedules known anywhere else In
the world, ncle Sam has about 14,
000 railway postal clerks who ride in
especially constructed cars, and work
the mall as It rushes across the vari
ous Hates of the union to Its destina
tions. The Burlington runs a train from
Chicago to umaha, a distance of BOO
miles, that makes the trip night after
night in about GoO minutes. To make
all necessary stops and slow-downs,
and still maintain a speeed of a mile
a minute for such a distance. Is a re
markable performance. This train
consists of four cars carrying nothing
but fifty tons of mail, which is han
dled every trip. Fifteen clerks ride
in the cars to sort the letters and pa
pers while the sensational dash Is
In addition to the Burlington's fa
mous train, there are some thirty
oyier special mail trains which leave
Chicago every twenty-four hours.
This statement will give an Idea of
the national service as it extends
from every city In the union.
KKDICK FORCES IX
Chicago, June 3. It Is estimated
that between 00,000 and 100,000 men
will be thrown out of employment by
the railroads of the country before
the end of the week. Orders were
issued some time ago by the various
railroads that the forces in all de
partments must be reduced to a mini
mum. It Is customary for the railroads to
reduce their payrolls at the begin
ning of summer, when traffic Is the
lightest, and to Increase them again
as the winter months arrive. This
year the roads have issued especially
stringent economic ones, and, it is
stated, the working forces will be re
duced to the lowest possible point. It
Is expected that during the summer
the railroads will save several million
dollars In salaries and In wages.
Thousands of clerks are also to be
laid off, for it is said that the phe
nomenal business which was done
during the fall and winter, and also
during the early spring, is falling off
Instead of crippling the operation
of the railroads it is said the whole
sale discharge of men will Insure bet
OFFICIALS WILL QMT
Several resignations of the higher
officials of the railroads that are iO
comprise the Mexican government
merger system under the title of Uni
ted Hallways of Mexico are expect
ed, and will occur the early part of
June, or just about the date that ihe
formal act of merging the several
properties Into the holding company
Is accom-pllshed. V. t Martin, gen
eral manager of the Mexican Interna
tional, which is one of the govern
ment roads, has already resigned. It
is reported that he is to take a high
er position with the amalgamated
company. It is generally conceded,
as already announced, that K. N.
Brown, the present president of the
national lines, will be the president
of the United Hallways of Mexico.
t R. Hundson, who is now vice presi
dent of the Mexican Central, and is
at the head of the operating depart
ment. H1 probably occupy a similar
position with the merged system, it
TRAMPS STEAL .KHKXAL.
PA(KIX(i FROM CAHS.
El Paso, Tex., June 3. The South
ern Pacific Is having much trouble
with hot boxes on freight cars. Al
most every train that comes into the
local yards has several smoking Jour
nals, and the delay in transit caused
by the cars being Hi out Is a serious
The trouble it supposed to be caus
ed by tramps stealing the packing
from the Jgurnal boxes to build fires
with in the Jungle camps along the
The oil soaked waste makes an
ideal starter for the tires that furnish
the brakebeum tourists warmth on
th-se chilly nights. Superintendent
MctJovern has issued a bulletin warn
ing all trainmen to be on the look
out for cars from which the packing
has been removed in order to lessen
the number of hot boxes.
IlKCM SK OK ILLNESS.
The Western Passenger association
has decided to cancel its former rule
regarding extension of tickets for
passenger on account of "sickness,
delayed trains or other legitimate
reasons." This means that, once a
ticket is purchased, the responsibil
ity of the road ends. beyond the
usual care In conveying the passenger
to his destination within the time
specified on the ticket. The rescind
ing of this rule follows a decision by
the Interstate commerce commission
to the effect that "tickets sold at
reduced rates to be used within a
limited period should not be extend
ed because of sickness or other mis
fortune for which the currier is in
no wav responsible.
llltllK.ES WAsllKIt AWAY
OX TEXAS It AIl.ltOAD.
Beaumont. Tex., June 3. The Oulf.
Colorado & Santa Fe railroad bridge
across Pine Island Bayou, eight miles
north of this city, was washed away
last night. The railroad tracks in all
direction are damaged.
KOVDS AltOI !ll AI L
E(OM CLASS FAKES.
Preparatory to the reduction in
passenger rates by law, all second
class fares have been abolished on
the lines of the Central Passenger
The action wag taken at a meet
ing of tlw ratj clerks of the asso-
-iM'f!!-g. '1 tie explanation
-1 J b Ut iai.it arn. of
Ohio, Indiana and Illinois had forced
first-class fares down to 2 cents a
mile, second-class fares would he of
no further use. While the Pennsyl
vania law may prove defective, the
railroads recognize that such a law
has to come, sooner or later, and are
preparing for it. The order for second-class
fare abolition becomes ef
fective July 1.
I NIVEI5SL CONTROL MY
I EllEKAL GOVERNMENT
Chicago, in., June 3. Universal
control of the railroads of the United
States by the federal government was
predicted today by railroad men and
railroad attorneys. Within the present
generation It was declared by the
railroad operators of Chicago that
the railroad lines would be run under
the regulation of the United ' States
government. Almost without excep
tion railroad attorneys agreed with
the views presented by President
Roosevelt In his Decoration day
speech at Indianapolis.
"The time Is not far distant when
every railroad will be under control
of the United States. It will not be
many years before a railroad ticket
will be purchased like a 2-cent stamp.
A universal rate will be accorded to
every one. No special rate, pass or
rebate will be granted, and every rail
road of the United States will be
working on a fair and equal basis
that will mean good returns for every
investor Interested," was the declara
tion of a number of lines. This will
be the ultimate result of the present
agitation against the railroads of the
Hailroad officials declare that it Is
only right that big railroads, covering
miles of territory and extending
through many states, should fall un
der the direction and Jurisdiction of
the federal government, instead of
being subject to control of the state
LARGEST TIE PRESERVING
PLANT IX WOULD.
Contractors from Chicago have
commenced work In Galesburg, III.,
on what Is to be the largest wood
preserving plant In the world. The
buildings will be re-enforced ooncrete
and the yard will cover eighty acres,
with five miles of track. The works
will be used to preserve chemically
the softer woods for track ties, bridge
timbers and piling for the Chicago,
Burlington and Qulncy system. Two
million ties, In addition to thousands
of feet of lumber and piling, will be
treated in one season, and the woods
will Include all Inferior oaks, the dif
ferent species of pine, tamarack, ma
ple, elm, hickory, spruce, fir and Cot
tonwood. The plant will be in opera
tion about September 1.
SAFETY SWITCH THAT
WILL SAVE THOUSANDS.
Colorado Springs, June 3. D.
Harrington, an employe of the Colo
rado Springs & Interurban Street
Hallway company, and Carl S. Cham
berlin, a director of the company and
an executor of the Stratton estate,
have invented a safety switch device
that reduces the expense of opera
tion to a minimum and promises to
be utilized by railroads all over the
country. For some time the switch
has been in operation on the lines of
the local street car company, with
the result that thousands of dollars
have been saved. The invention is
attracting much attention in railroad
SANTA I"E PROSPECTS
FOR NATURAL GAS.
It will be but a few days now un
til the Santa Fe will be prospecting
for natural gas, for Its own benefit at
Arkansas City, Kansas, and the com
pany has made arrangements with
the Home Development company for
the use of Its drills and drillers.
Just how extensive the Investiga
tion the Santa Fe will make has not
been given out. The site chosen will
be on the company's land Just west of
the shops and the belief Is quite gen
eral that a good flow of gas will be
Engines lg and 1842, used be
tween Albuquerque and Las Vegas
were taken from the shops Saturday,
after undergoing repairs.
Tom Power, formerly connected
with Ihe Pullman service, has ac
cepted a position with S. B. Coen,
car foreman at the passenger depot.
X. M. Rice, general storekeeper for
the Santa Fe lljes, while attending
the international convention of the
Storekeepers' association at Chicago ,
recently, was offered tUe presidency
of the association for a second term, i
lint on account of i;u-i e'.isiiig dutie,
he was compelled to decline. As 'l
result the position went to J. W. Tav- '
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Passenger train N.i. :. en route to j II Enamel Bo
El I'aso Saturday niornlru. struck a I When ca
cow ali iut twenty-tive miles south of ' M , ,
San Marclal. Luckilv the cow- it mians H
The Handy Doctorin Your
round -cornered little
tcher struck the bovine sou.ireiv. I
killing It and hurling it some distance
from the track. When the train nr-,
rived In B:i I'aso at ! o'clock Satur
day morning the engine was covered '
with blood from the wheels to the
cab. The train wns not delaved.
Switch engine 2409, which has been
laid up In the shops for an over
hauling was turned out Saturday.
She was broken In yesterday and left
early this morning for Kl Paso, where
she will work In the yards.
Clarence G. McCltntock has resign
ed as timekeeper in the car fore
man's office, accepting a position
with Simon Stem, the clothier. His
successor Is John Tierney. son of
Martin Tierney, street Commissioner.
Mrs. Dan Smith, wife of Manager
Smith, of the Hopl house at the
Grand canyon, passed through Albu
querque Saturday night en route to
the canyon after a short visit In
A number of the large 1S00 class of
freight locomotives secured by the
Santa Fe for service on the Helen
cut-off, are being broken In between
Trinidad and this citv.
Engineers J. B. Englehart and P. 1
S. Maloney returned Saturday from
El I'aso where they attended court
as witnesses in a law suit against
Freight locomotive 329, used on
the Hlo Grande division, which has
been In the shops for some time,
was turned out Saturday for service. ,
Road Foreman of Engines B. G.
Lynch has moved his family here
from Las Vegas. Their home Is lo-
cated at Third street and llazeldine
carried In your vest Docket
It contains Six Candy Tablets of pleasant
taste, almost as pleasant as Chocolate.
Each tablet Is a working dese of Cas
carets, which acts like Exercise on the
Bowels and Liver
It will not purge, sicken, r.cr upset the
Becauss H Is not a "Bile-driver," like
Salts, Sodium, Calomel, Jalap, Senna, nor
Neither is it like Castor C:l, Glycerine,
or other Oily Laxatives that simply lubricate
the Intestines lor transit of the food stopped
up In them at that particular time.
The chief cause of Constipation and
Indigestion Is a weakness of the Muscles
that contract the Intestines and Bowels.
Cascarets are practically to the Bowel
Muscles what a Massage and Cold Bath
are to the Athletic Muscles.
They stimulate the Bowel Muscles to
contract, expand, and squeeze the Diges
tive Juices out of food eaten.
They don't help the Bowels, and Liver In
such a way as to make them lean
similar assistance for the future.
This is why, with Cascarets, the dose
may be .lessened each succeeding time
Instead of Increased, as It must be with all
other Cathartics and Laxatives.
Cascarets art like exercise.
If carried In your vest pocket, (or carried
In My Lady's Purse,) and eaten just when
you suspect you need one, you will never
know a sick dayfrom the ordinary Ills of life.
Because these Ills begin in the Bowels,
and pave the way for all other diseases.
"Vest Pocket" box 10 cents. "T
Be sure you get the genuine, made only
old In balk. Every tablet stamped "CCC"
TO AILING WOMEN".
A Little Sound Advice Will Help
Mirny a Sufferer In Albuquerque.
No woman can be healthy and well
if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that
pass oft In the urine when the kidneys
are well are retained In the body by the Sterling Remedy Company, and never
iirn Liie Kiuucys ttre men. jviuncys
and bladder get inflamed and swol
len, crowding the delicate female or
gans nearby and sometimes displac
ing them. This Is the true cause of
many bearing-down pains, lameness,
backache, sideache, etc. Uric pois
oning also causes headaches, dizzy
spells, languor, nervousness and rheu
When suffering so, try Doan's Kid
ney Pills, the remedy that cure sick
kidneys. You will get better as the
kidneys get better, lind health will
return when the kidneys are well.
Let an Albuquerque woman tell you
about Doan's Kidney Pills.
Mrs. H. Adair, of 817 South Edith
street, Albuquerque, N. M., says:
"Whether my symptoms indicated
kidney trouble or not, I was not
certain, but nevertheless from, read
ing about Doan's Kidney Pills I was
given a desire to try them to see If
they would not afford me at least
some relief from the pain between
and Just below the shoulder blades.
While on my feet or stirring around,
I did not feel the slightest inconven
ience, but when I would sit down, the
pain would assert Itself and at times
was very severe. The use of one box
of Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief
that warrants my having a high ap
preciation of this medicine."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60
cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo,
New York, sole agents for the United
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other. No. 25
PROPOSALS FOR BUILDINGS. De
partment of the Interior, office of
Indian affairs, Washington, D. C May
15. 1907. Sealed proposals plainly
marked on the outside of the sealed
envelope, "Proposals for Buildings,
Navajo Extension, Arizona," and
addressed to the Commissioner
of Indian Affairs, Washington,
IX. C, will be received until
2 p. m., on June 15, 1907, for
furnishing materials and labor neces
sary to construct and complete cer
tain school buildings, etc., on the Na
vajo Extension, Arizona, In strict ac
cordance with plans, specifications
and instructions to bidders which may
be examined at this office, the offices
of the "Improvement Bulletin," Min
neapolis, Minn., "Construction News,"
Chicago, in., "American Contractor,"
Chicago, HI.; "Citizen," Albuquerque.
New Mexico, "Arizona Republican,"
Phoenix. Arizona, Builders and Trad
ers' Exchanges, St. Paul, Minn., Min
neapolis, Minn., Omaha, Nebr., North
western Manufacturers Association,
St. Paul, Minn., Builders Exchange,
Durango, Colo., and Los Angeles, Cal
ifornia, the Indian Warehouses, Chi
cago, 111., St. Louis, Mo., Omaha,
Nebr., Pan Francisco, Cal., and at the
office of the Additional Farmer. For
further information address Joseph
E. Maxwell, Additional Farmer,
Leupp. Ariz., via Canyon Diablo. C.
F. LARRABEE, acting commissioner.
Mexico City and return H40.25. June
8 to 15 inclusive. Limit August
Norfolk, Va., and return, 15 day limit,
J58.75; sixty day. $72.90; season
limit, Dec. 15th, $87.45.
Denver and return, $23.70; Colorado
Springs and return, $20.75; Pueblo
and return, $18.95. Tickets on sale
June 1st to Sept. JO. 1907. Return
limit Oct. 31. 1907.
T. E. PTJRDY. Agent.
E ENDEAVOR to conduct our business on
the Golden Rule plan. We give a Man
Clothing that will satistv him and Drove to
be as represented. Clothing, that will cause him
to think well of us and make this his Clothing
store. We give a Man Clothing that will not make
us ashamed to look him square in the face the
next time we meet him. We never advertise
"$30.00 Suits at $4.99" or "The Best Clothing in
the world at the cost of the buttons."
Every patron of this store will receive a satis
factory measure of value for his money, backed
by our iron-clad guarantee of "Money back, if you
want it." We do business on the square.
M. Ml AN DELL
Agent for the
txe MmTM eo,
BEST CLARKVILLE LUMP
PER TON 18.50
BEST AMERICAN BLOCK
PER TON $8.50
FOR CASH ONLY
AFTER MAY 18
John S. Beaven
502 SOUTH HRST STREET.
W.vL. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND
O A. S I
The Manhattan Musical Comedy Co.
T O N I G II T
iThe Best Eve
There 1 no case of Indigestion, no
matter how obstinate, that will not be
cpeedily relieved by the ue of Kudo!.
Kodol contains the fame Juices found
In a healthy stomach. Conforms to
the Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold
by J. H. O'Rielty 8c Co.
RESERVED SEATS 35c.
Mule Bought and Ex
BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT
Second Street, between Railroad and
Thos. F. Keleher
PEVOES READY r AIN'T
One Gallon CoTera 600 Sqnnre Feet.
PALMETTO ROOF PAINT
Stops Leaks, Lflnts Five Year.
408 Watt Railroad Annua
Clinnihrrlnln'ii 1'aln Halm.
It Is an antiseptic liniment and pre
vents blood poisoning resulting from
a cut, bruise or burn. It also cause
the parts to heal wltnout maturation
and In much less time than when the
usual treatment in employed. It al
lays the pain of a burn almost In
stantly. For sale by all druggists.
I trii Lthe nouoH
AND CURE TH LUNC8
No breaking hi
with the foci
The flexible sole Red Cross
Shoe is co m fort a b I from
The burning and aching
caused by still soles and the
pvils of thin soles are pre
sented by the Red Cross. It
enables a woman to be on her
Feet for hours at a time with
N: St, KtJ Cmi
faun Celt Bliuttr,
' Let us fit you,
121 Railroad Avonuo
OUGHSaM 50c $1.00
OLDS Fra Trial.
Burest and ttuicJceat Cure for all
THROAT and LUNG TE0UB
LK3, or MONET BACK.
MUTT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS
0. They ovti-rome TVcakn. trr
I - Urlty an? oniUnton,titi;r vttfu
I V nct brilrt ".tinn d tnnLrn.
f T tiun." Iliey r "Lite t.vr
f & toirlrltt womnhuo1. aiding &a
UpA M lopmnt ot ortrnns and bdjr. N
si JTf knttwn remji f..r women eqnat
it "ft jK.&J thviii. lann c nu tiw.u ltl b
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FOB nkhW BY ANN bow
DON J. RANKIN & CO.
FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTAT
Automatlo Phone 411.
Room 10. N. T. ArmUo Building
A. E. WALKER
Secretary Mutual Building Aasoci
tlon. Office at S17 West Ball-a
W. E. MAUGEP'
with Rauba and Mauger "
Office, 113 North First St.
ALBCQUERQCE. N. M.
VOTI A. OR API
Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Hay
Grain and Fuel.
Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquor
and Cigars. Place your orders to
this line with us.
I18-J16-217 NORTH TH r.D BT.
AIi Kinds of Freeh and Salt
Steam Sausage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Btree
B. A. SLEYSTER
INSURANCE. REAL ESTAT1
Rooms 12 and
14 Cromwell Block.
Telephone No. lit.
Give us your ROUGH DRY wort,
Monday, and get It back Wednesday,
Imperial Laundry Co.
O CwOv0ww k
BELEN IS SI MILES SOUTH OF ALBUQUERQUE,
N. M . AT THE JUNCTION OF THE MAIN LINE OF
THE SANTA FE SYSTEM LEADiNQ EAST AND
WEST FROM CHICAGO. KANSAS CITT. GALVESTON
AND POINTS EAST TO SAN FRANCISCO, LOS ANGE
LES. AND FROM THE EASTERN AND NORTHERN
STATES TO EL PASO AND TEXAS.
1.000 BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE LOTS. 25U40
FEET. LAID OUT WITH BROAD 80 AND 70-FOOT
STREETS. WITH ALLETS 20 FEET WIDE, WITH
BEAUTIFUL LAKE" AND PUBLIC PARK a. D GRAND
OLD SHADE TREES; PUBLIC SCHOOL HOUSE. COST.
ING 116.000; CHURCHES; COMMERCIAL CLUB; A
POPULATION OF 1.600 PEOPLE: SEVERAL LARGE
MERCANTILE ESTABLISHMENTS; THE BELEN
PATENT ROLLER MILL, CAPACITY 150 BARRELS
DAILT: LARGE WINERT; THREE HOTEL9. RES
TAURANTS. ETC. BELEN IS THE LARGEST SHIP
PING POINT FOR WOOL. FLOUR. WHEAT. WINE.
BEANS AND HAT IN CENTRAL NEW MEXICO. ITS
IMPORTANCE AS A GREAT COMMERCIAL RAIL
ROAD CITT IN THE NEAR FUTURE CAN NOT BE
OS0l Otoefaseeaao i
cmiK99 m ;
COME TO BELEN, N. M.
Future Railroad Metropolis of New Mexico
Located on Belen Cut-off of Santa Fe Railway
The Belen Town and Improvement
Company Are Owners of
The Belen Town and Im
WM. M. BERBER, Sectf
A Railway Center
ALL FAST LIMITED EXPRESS, MAIL AND
FREIGHT TRAINS OF THE SANTA FE WILL GO
OVER THE MAIN LINE THROUGH TO BELEN, EAST
AND WEST, NORTH AND SOUTH.
THE LOTS OFFERED ARE IN THE CENTER OF
THE CITT. WELL GRADED (MANT OF THEM IM
PROVED BT CULTIVATION); NO SAND OR GRAVEL.
wta MStu A FIRST-CLASS, MODERN HOTEL AND A
GOOD. UP-TO-DATE NEWSPAPER.
OUR PRICES OF LOTS ARE LOW AND TERMS
ON EAST PAYMENTS; TITLE PERFECT; WARRAN
TY DEEDS. ONE-THIRD PURCHASE MONET
CASH. TWO-THIRDS MAT REMAIN ON NOTE.
WITH MORTGAGE SECURITY FOR ONE YEAR,
WITH I PER CENT INTEREST THEREON.
APPLY AT ONCE FOR MAPS AND PRICES IF
YOU WISH TO SECURE THE CHOICEST LOTS.