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FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
S West End Viaduct
I RAILROAD DEPARTMENT
BIG PROFIT IS
Charges That Safety Appli
ance Men Suppress Val
Washington, July 25. The charge
that jhe railway safety appliance
companies are purchasing all of the
Important inventions and suppressing
many of them is to be Investigated by
the newly appointed block signal and
train control board. This announce
ment was made today by W. P. Bor
land, secretary of the board.
The interstate commerce commis
sion has received several complaints
against the Kastern Railway associa
tion, the name under which the rail
way safety appliance companies have
formed an agreement, It Is charged,
to control the safety appliance busi
ness of the country. This association
has adopted the policy which has
enriched the Pullman Palace Car
company. It has been said that the
Pullman Palace Car company has al
ways been a ready purchaser of
everv uleentnir car devloe. and Is the
owner of thousands of patents which
U has never used and does not in
tend to tut Into operation. By this
scheme the Pullman company has
, been able to keep the railroads out
of the sleeping car business.
Will Investigate Charges.
Such a policy, it Is said, is even
more profitable to the safety appli
ance combination. By suppressing
patents it has been able to keep new
concerns out of the trade and reduce
.the expenses of manufacturing de
vices. The. safety appliance manu
facturers, it is asserted, are not seek-
ina to nut the best and latest lm
Druvements upon the market, but
are turning out appliances which will
come within the law. Mr. Borland
will begin his investigation at the
patent office in Washington. He ex
pects to find records of patents
Rranted which will either prove or
disprove the charges against the East
em Railway association.
Asked the names of concerns
which have been accused of suppres
sing safety invention. Mr. norland
named these: The Union Switch and
Signal company, the Hall Bignal
company, the (ieneral Railway Signal
ccmpany. the Westinghouse company
"The Eastern Railway association,"
he added. "Is not a corporation, but
a sort of co-operative ' association
which assumes to have as its object
the protection of its members agalnet
infringement of patents on various
lt vices. The charges against it
have been made in very direct and
damaging form and without assum
ing to puss on their merits at this
Ome, we purpose to know all about
SEW VAI.VE MOTION'
OX ALL ENGINES
One of the most radical improve
mtnts in the apparatus of a passen
ger locomotive has been invented by
Kxpert Machinist Mitchell of the
Hanta Fe general shops at Topeka,
in the form of a new valve motion
The new valve motion was placed on
i.Klne 121H. v hich Is used between
AlbU'juemue and Las Vegas on th
New Mexieo division. The engln
vai turned out of the Topeka shop
last week an 1 it arrived here Mon
2ay evening ready to have addition
al light repairs placed on her.
In speaklnz about the new valv
motkn to.ijy. Michael Weber, da
roundhouse fireman at the local
"Kxpert machinists of American
and foreign railrouds have been ex
perimenUng for years to secure
new valve motion and that an Am
erican, and especially a Santa Fe ma
t'hinlxt should Invent the desired new
valve places the Santa Fe machinists
In the foremost ranks.
"With the new motion the engln
can be speeded up to the rate of K
miles an hour anil to dale it seems t
have overcome all of the buck pres.
ure, in hooking the engine up to
train. It does not increase her lead
but a trltle, from down in a corner t
the first notch out of the center
"For something like ten years 1
comotive machinists have been try
ing to overcome the increase of lea
as the reversing lever Is hooked to
wards the center, but none have nuc
reeded, except Mr. Mitchell of the
With the new valve motion In op
eration, engine 1219 is capable of
attaining a speed of K2 miles an hou
on level ground and about 5 wit
H heavy tram on an Inclined rou
The local machinists fnt all
their spare time yesterday and tod.i
inspecting the ne a vilve mi iir n at
the full details of the new moth
are expected here soon, after hl
Ow new motion will be placed on all
of the 12UU class of locomotives.
Ington that he has been awarded a
patent on a concrete railroad tie.
Tl:is is the second patent that Fore
man Smith has been awarded on con
crete ties, and his first patent is now
In use on the Denver Tramway.
The tie that the Inventor believes
will revolutionize the construction of
railroad lines, is of reinforced con
cree that has the elasticity of the oak
tie with the added strength of the
steel reinforcement which gives It
a multiplied strength of eight ordi
nary wooden ties, in addition to a
lifetime of fifty years.
The concrete part of the tie Is cast
first, and the steel bar which rein
forces it is added later. The tie
piates are counter sunk before the
concrete sets, giving a firm attaclv
ment for the rail. All points of con'
struct Ion Is covered by the patent re
cently granted to the Inventor, ana
he is arranging to put the patent
..n the market, and have it put to a
practical test by the local railroads.
MEXICAN CENTRAL CLAIMS
liOXGKMT TELEGRAPH LINE
The Mexican Central Is installing
additional copper telegraph lines be
ween Aguasrallentes and the City of
Mexico for the use of the telegraph
nd telephone service of the road.
The itelcgrophone, an instrument
hich permits a person to faJk over
telegraph line at the same time
that a telegraph message is going
over It, Is being Installed on the Cen
tral system, and is already in use
over a greater part of the main line,
The Central claims to have the
longest circuit in the world for this
Instrument, The line from Jlmenes
to Ciudad Juarez Is 350 miles long,
and daily conversation Is carried on
between these two points by means
of a telegraphone. The company is
planning to (install the Instruments
n all trains operating over the road
In order that the conductor may be
able to talk with headquarters at any
point along the line. This system is
already in use on the Southern Pa
cific and is being adopted by the
roads of the United States.
hOt TIIW ESTER V EOltEM W
INVENTS COM RETE TIE
John Smith, foreman of the South
western yard at Kl Paso, has been
noti'icd by the patent office at Wash
DISCHARGE OF KMIUOY13
LEADS IX) A STRIKE
Chicago, III., July 25. Nearly .300
men employed in the shops of the
Rock Island at Davenport, Moline
and Rock Island have struck on ac
count of the discharge of a locomo
tive painter. The men on a strike
comprise all of the truck men, car.
penters, painters, enr repairers ana
nspectors. it appenrs that many or
the men had contracted the habit
of quitting about ten or fifteen ntin-
utcfl before the whistle blew. The
foreman tried to correct the habit
and the men were given to under
stand that to do this meant dls-
harge. In the face of this order one
man Is said to have quit fifteen mim
utes ahead of time and then not to
have reported for work for two days.
His discharge broke up the habit of
loafing and the superintendent sn,
he was willing to reinstate him.
The union, however, required that
he should be paid for the time lost
which the superintendent refused to
do. The men insisted that the man
was discharged wrongfully and ac.
corUingly went out on a strike.
SANTA EE OPERATORS
GET SALARY RAISE
The Santa Fe railroad has increas
ed the salaries of the telegraph op
erators in its relay offices, which In
cludes the up town freight ollice. The
raise is 15, giving each operator a
monthly salary of 187.60.
The reason given for tne increase,
which was granted voluntarily by the
railroad, is that It desires to reward
its employes, especially those giving
efficient and faithful service.
The raise will go Into effect Aug
ust 1st. A year ago. the relay op
erators were given a raise of J2.50,
and when it was announced by Relay
Manager Douglass that a raise of to
was to he given them, the five opera
tors here were so surprised that they
forgot to yell or utter a word for
The operators who will be benefited
by the raise are: O. C. Taylor. R.
D. liatzer, Edward Everitt, (J. Held
ler and C. Whltt.
MEXICAN GOVERNMENT M Y
m il.lt TO MAZATLAN
Mazatlan. .Mexico. July 25. Au
thoritative information hus been re
reived here that the Durango-Mazat-
lan railway will be built by the Mexi
can government. It will be the first
bin niece of construction undertaken
after the national railroad merger Is
definitely effected. It is excted
work will be started before the end
of tills vear.
Mexican International engineers
have been engaged In making sur
vevs for the Durango-Muzatlan line
during the last six years. A satisfac
tory route across th Sierra Madrcs
was definitely settled on some time
UH". This line is 365 miles long,
and It is estimated will cost 12
ftiMi.uuu Mexican currency. It will
require several million more to com
ple'.e the line.
ROADS TO RE I'l'SE CARS
NOT EOl ll'I'ED WITH AIR
1 ne r;i I'uho raiiroans nave ueen
Informed that no cars will be accept
ed for transfer over the llarrlman
lin-s in the south that are not equip
ped with air brakes. This order
effective at once, and cars not prop
erly fitted with nlr will be set out
and sent back to the line from which
they originated. The roads included
In this order are the U. II. & 8. A.
Texas and New Orleans. Morgan's
louislana and Texas, and the Louis
iana and Western.
CON'STRIfllOX WAR OVER
HARKIM AVK MEXICAN LINE
NacoKarl, Male of Sonora, Mexico,
July 25. A lively war is on here be
tween railroad construction forces on
the new line which K. H. Harrlman
Is building and the representatives
of the Kl Paso and Southwestern,
which I said to belong to the Rock
Island-Frisco Interests. The Harrl
man line Is forcing Its way through
the henrt of the town by means of
condemnation proceedings, having
destroyed more lhan a score of build
ings. It now proposes to demolish
the S0, 000 club house of the Kl Paso
and Southwestern, or Nacoz.irl, rond,
ns It is called In Mexico. The de
struction of a hotel owned by the
same Interests is olso threatened.
Conductor A. S. Eltterelm and
four passengers narrowly escaped
serious Injury, when caboose 64, run
ning north on train No. 100, was
thrown from the tracks, and turned
completely over in the new south
yards yesterday afternoon.
The accident was caused by the
turning of a switch under the Inst
two cars. The conductor Immediate
ly pulled the air brake. Mopping so
suddenly that one of the cars In the
middle of the train was pulled com
pletely off Its trucks.
The wrecking crew was called out
last night and Trainmaster Payson
Ripley with the wrecking crew soon
had things In running order.
H. W. Sharp, the newly apolnted
superintendent of the western grand
division of the Santa Fe, who with
Superintendent R. J. Parker, of the
central -grand division with head
quarters at La Junta, Colo., and Su
perintendent W. K. Etter, of the Hlo
Grande division, has been making a
tour of Inspection south and west,
returned to Albuquerque last night
and left Immediately for the north.
On account of a freight wreck,
four miles east of Wlnslow, Ariz.,
yesterday afternoon, passenger train
No. 2. due here at I a, m.. wlu not
arrive here until 6 p. m. tonight, fol
lowing the Chicago limited. As a re
sult of the wreck on the coast lines
No. 10 from Ktl Paso, was held here
until 8:25 a. m. this morning, leav
ing for the east as No. 2.
Air brake Instruction car No. 99905,
used exclusively on the Santa Fe
lines west of Newton, Kan., arrived in
the city last night. A large class of
new trainmen will he instructed In
the manipulation of the air brakes
during the several days that the car
Articles of Incorporation have just
been filed by the Wyoming Western
capitalized at $4,000,000. This is to
bo an extension of the Missouri Riv
er and Northwestern. The new road
will run from the western terminus
of the Crouch line at Mystic, 2U0
miles, to Buffalo, Wyoming.
The Union Fuclflc Is planning for
nn expenditure of $100,000 at Green
Hiver, Wyo., the improvements in
eluding a new depot, a club house for
employes, doubling the capacity of
the yards and providing for double
tracking the mul nllne to Granger, 30
"The Union Pacific now has 212.-
000 tons of coal stored, most of
which came from the mines of 111!
nols, Missouri, Kansas and Colorado
and only part of the Wyoming divis
ion is supplied by our mines," says
the general manager of the Union
Rule 15 of the east and westbound
transcontinental tariff, 3, E. and I
Q respectively, has been canceled
as it provided two rates for the same
commodity and was therefore in con-
lilct with the Interstate law.
Since the Hepburn law became ef
fective, there Is no such thing as one
road beating another. All business
now goes exactly the way It Is routed.
( ne system of roads cannot control
Harvey Moore, chief clerk In the
local Santa Fe offices, accompanied
by Mrs. Moore, who have been visit
ing friends and relatives in Newton
and other place In Kansas, have re
KJ Smith, a clerk in the motive
power accountant's office at Topeka,
who has been visiting friends In Al
buquerque, has returned to Topeka.
B. P. Phelps, of Topeka, Kas and
F. W. Mitchell, of Omaha, Neh., In
charge of the Santa Fe test depart-
nwi:t, spent last evening in the city.
Robert Ousley, stenographer to Di
vision Foreman Peach at Las Vegas,
was called to Topeka yesterday by the
Illness of his mother.
Highly Gifted Musician Meets
Death on an Arizona
Tucson. Ariz.. July 25. The dead
body of Richard Frelmannl, a pros
pector who has ben living in Tucson
and Silver Bell for some months past
was found on the desert In PinaJ
county near the wagon road leading
from Sliver Bell to the Jack Rabbit
mining camp. The man had evident
ly died of thirst on the lonely desert,
the agonized expression on his face
and the- distorted position of his body
giving ample evidence of the horror
of his fate.
Frelmnnni left Silver Bell camp
In search of work about July 1 with
the intention of walking to Jack
Rnbbit mining camp, where the Tube
City Mining company Is operating.
The body when found was in such
condition that the Indian driver in
sisted It was a dead Papago Indian.
Freimanna was about forty years
of age and left his home in Germany
about five years ago. He entered the
employment of a large organ manu
facturer and was said to be a musi
cian of considerable talent. He Is re
ported to have played in f'ousa's band
several years ago.
He has lately been a victim of a
combination of unfortunate circum
stances. In the Snn Francisco enrth
qnnke he lost his wife and three
children; In El Paso and New Mexico
he had a continuous run of bad luck
and finally succumbed to thirst and
July's heat on the Arizona desert.
CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES!
Piles get quick ana certain relief
from Dr. Snoop's Magic Ointment
Please note It is made alone for
Piles, and its action Is positive and
certain. Itching, painful, protruding
or blind piles disappear like magic by
Its use. Large nickel-capped glass
Jars 50 cents. Sold by aH dealers.
RICH ZINC STRIKE
IN MISTLETOE CAMP
Wm. F. Gordon, or Kelly, N. M
manager of the Mistletoe Mining
company, who was in the city Tues
day, states that the recent strike of
zinc ore In the Mistletoe group two
miles south of Kelly, Is proving far
better than was expected, the ore
running well In both zinc and lead
This discovery is one of the most im
portant events which has happened
In the Kelly mining district In a long
time, as It Is the first time that zinc
ore of a high quality and shipping
grade has been found so far south;
and moreover the finding at 700 feet
below the surface tends to show that
the entire camp will be a high grade
zlno producing district.
The camp has already produced
$10,000,000. largely from the Kelly
and Graphic properties.
Last week a numiber of the princi
pie officers of the New Jersey Zinc
company, generally known as tne
zinc trust, were in the Kelly camp
The fact of their making investments
there sems to indicate that they con
sider this property one of the great
camps of the world.
W. S. Hopewell, vice president of
the Santa Fe Central railway, went
to Santa Fe this morn-.njr on ofliciul
. . .
C. C. Reynolds, of the
M.. office of the Santa Fe,
terday in the city.
John Jolllffe, a car Inspector
I.us Vegas, has gone to Chicago
wed a Chicago lady.
The Charmlnc Woman
Is not necessarily one of perfect form
and features. Many a plain woman
who could never serve as an artist s
model possesses those rare qualities
that all the world admires: neatness,
clear eyes, clean smooth skin and
that sprlghtllness of step and action
that accompany good health. A phy
sically weak woman is never attract
ive, not even to herself. Electric
Bitters restore weak women, give
strong nerves, bright eyes, smooth,
velvety skin, beautiful complexion.
Guaranteed at all druggists, 50c.
CUT PRICES ARE NOW ON THE BILL
Winter's lingering in the lap of Spring did it. Perhaps you remember
that, when we expected pleasant weather early in the spring, it snowed. Then
it snowed again. And then it snowed between snows and all at the time
when we should have been selling Spring things. The short season leaves our
stock too large. NOW THINGS MUST GO. New season and new stock in
view. Plenty of time to wear light weights but short time in which to sell
them. So, here goes. The more you buy the more you'll save. That's the
whole story. : : ::::::::::
FOR PRICES LOOK AT MY WINDOW
CONTAINS HONEY AND TAR
Relieves Colds by worldnir them out of
the system through a copious and healthy
action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing- the
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
"At pleasant to the taste
as Maple Sugar"
Children Like It
For BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Tn
OiWltt'i Kidnej md Bladder Pills-Sun ind Sifi
SOLD BY J. l. OTUELLY CO.
IIAIR DRESSER AND CHIROPO
DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and next door to
Sturges' cafe, Is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
improves the complexion, and Is
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair ratl
ing out: restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of the
face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini.
See our new Double Long Staple
Mattresses. Sample on exibltion. No
better made for any price. Futrelle
W. E. MAUGEP
with Raube and Mauger
Of floe, 115 North First 8t.
ALBUQUERQUE. N. M.
J. D. Eacln, President
O. Qloml, Vice President.
I Chas. Vellnl, erretarr
I O. Bacaeckl, Trewmrcx
Consolidated Liquor Company
Success ots to
MCL1NI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A QIOMI.
WMOLCBALm OKALKHB IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
W kp trtrythlaa la Hook to patIt tb
tnott fatUdloas bar eomplttt
Have been appointed exclusive agents In the Southwest fe Jee. A.
Sehlltz, Wm. kemp and St Louie A. B. C Breweries; Yellowstone,
Green River, V. H. McBrayere Csdar Brook, Louls Hunter, T.J. Men.
arch, and other standard brands of whlsklea too numerous te mention,
WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS.
But sell the straight article aa received by us from the beet faeries.
Distilleries and Breweries In Ue United Stat a. Call aid Inspect eai
Btock and Prices, or write for Illustrated Catalofte and trie list,
issued to dealers only.
1(511 in t!
Lot mo paper and paint your
Ihiilso. Satisfaction guaranteed. '
l'rompt attention to mail orders.
J. D. EMMONS, Successor to Stacy & Go.
South Stcond and Lead q
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When you want to buy, sell,
rent or exchange
Keep busy until you find
Star Furniture Co.
214 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque New Mexico
621 North First Street.
Phone No- 482
New York, July 24. (iunda, the
prize tlephnnt of the Bronx zoologlc
al park, him qualified for a place In
the rogues gallery and incidentally
brought the honeymoon of James
Henchllff of Vauldlng, N. Y., and his
bride. Martha, io a sad and unusual
Mr .and Mrs. Henchllff paused In
front of t". unci a to admire the crea
ture's KagaolousiiesH and v-re being
intensely nnvused when the brido sud
denly exclaimed to her husband:
"Oh, James is your money safe.'
They say' New York is full of pick
Janif-s thrust his hand into his
pocket and brought forth th"1- money
designed fur honeymooning. The roll
"Sure," he said, "here it is. These
New York sharpers can't touch me."
Whether (Iunda resented this re
maik or not there is no way to tell.
What the did was to kIumiI out her
sinuous trunk, grab the bridegroom's
roll of greenbacks and swiftly convey
It to her mouth.
i:V I'HtlVK SYSH.M
Will, III: INST M.I.I. l
San M.ircial. N. M.. July 24. The
work of setting the poles bntween
this place and Itom-daK for the new
telephone line to be established be
tween this- two towns, will begin in
the near future. Some cvther means
of communication lhan that afforded
by the stage, has become necessary,
and the commercial club here has
raised $6H0 for the purpose of carry
ing on the work. The Bell com
pany hris ugreed to string the lines
and install the service providing the
local business men will set the poles.
From Chicago i Cn.t, i,..,
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Michigan jMR05 "Big Four
The Nlagars Fills "AMERICA'S GREATEST ROlltS"
R0ule RAILWAY SYSTEM"
Bad Burns Quickly Healed.
"I am so delighted with what
Chamberlains Salve has done for me
that I feel bound to write and tell
you so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton,
457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My
little daughter had a bad burn on
her knee. I applied Chamberlain's
salve and It healed beautifully."
This salve allays the pain of a burn
most Instantly. It la for sale by all
BOSTON OLD HOME WEEK, July 25. 2C, 27, 2S
Worn flllC VtiO or ST. IiOVIS ONK FA UK plus $2.00 for tf
ltOl .M Till l. A (iraiid "OLI 1IOMF. WF.IIK" Celebration ami
Kcunion. Socii Days of Public Festivities, commencing Jl'IA
Founders' Day: Patriots' Day: Clrcnter Boston Day: New Ins
land Bay: .Ma-Hsaoluiett Day; Women's Day: Military Day. Dur
ing the Seven Day HisUirie IsosTON will Ik "AT HOMF." to nil
lier Sons and Daughters, wherever residing.
BOSTON AND RETURN, July 13, 22, 23. August 6,
lo, 20, 24; Sept. 10, 14, 24, 2S,
Fare from Chicago, $24.00 Fare from St. Louis, $27.00
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS July 13, 22, 23; Aug. 0,
10. 20, 24; Sept. 10, 14, 24, 28,
From Chicago or St. Louis, One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip
CANADIAN RESORTS, Daily Until Sept. 30. '07
From Chicago or St. Louis, One Fare Plus S2.C0 for the Round Trip
Full Funiculars muy lie obtained from any Ticket Agent of the
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES
WAKHKN J. liYNCII, Passenger Traflic Manager, CHICAGO.
& Ice Company.
Best American Block, per ton.. 86. 50
Anthracite Nut, per ton 8.B0
Anthracite Stove and Furmice
per ton S9.50
A. Em WALKER.
Secretary Mutual Building Assocta
tlon. Of lice at 217. West ltllr
D It V CEP AH
TEItMS STKICTLY CASn.
John S. Beaven
602 SOUTH FIRST STREET.
You Hon t Count the Cost
when eating our pies, cakes and
pastry, for it's small in comparison
with the satisfaction you rain. The
Jay you start using the products of
our bakery will be a red letter one
on your calendar. Mark It up this
SOT South First Street
Give ns your ROUGH DRV wars
Monday, and get It back Wednesday
Imperial Laundry Co.
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERT. SALE, FEED AND
Mules Bought and Exchanged.
BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITY
Second Street, between Railroad and
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY.
When in need of sash, door, frames.
etc. Screen work a sM-clalty. 403
South First street. Telephone 403.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
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