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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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9old Only at
Market letters received by F. J.
Graf & Co., brokers, room 87 Barnett
building, Albuquerque, N. M., over
their own private wires.
New York Stock
October cotton J 11.90
American Sugar .. .122?
Amalgamated Copper f)0
American Smelters 118
American Car Foundry 43
Atchison com 94
Brooklyn Kapid Transit 69
Baltimore and Ohio 99 Vs
Canadian Pacific 176
Colorado Fuel 32
Erie com 24Vi
Missouri Pacific 76
New York Central 113
Ontario and Western 36 hi
Pennsylvania , 123
Beading com 106
Bock Island 22
Southern Padlflc , ,T. 89
St. Paul 135
Southern Hallway 19
Union Pacific 146
V. S. S 36 hi
U. S. S. pfd 100 H
Greene (ananea 16 Vs
Calumet and Arizona 165
old lJomlnion 44 hi
Copper Range 81
North Butte 83
Summary of Conditions.
New York, July 25. American
stocks In London firm, with great
strength In Harriman Issues.
Pressed Steel Car directors met
Wednesday, but took no action on
Union Pacific and Southern Pacific
directors meet today.
Estate of the late W. C. Whitney
shows 24,900.000, largely American
Tobacco and Standard Oil stock.
Albany legislature adjourns.
Steel corporation well supplied
with ore and not alarmed at threat
ened miners' strike.
Light demand for stocks In loan
Bank of England rate remains un
changed at 4 per cent.
Fiscal year of all Gould roads most
prosperous In thetr history.
Twelve Industrials advanced .34
Twenty active railroads advance
1.00 per cent.
Kansas City Market.
Kansas City, July 25. Cattle re
ceipts 6,000. Market steady. South
ern steers 3. 504. 80; southern
cows 2.253.50; stockers and feed
ers $3. 00ft 5.00; bulls 2.754-25;
calves S3. 50ft 6.00; western' fed
steers $4. 25ft 5.00; western fed cows
Sheep receipts 3,000. Market
steady. Muttons $5. 25 ft 6.00; lambs
S6. 50ft 7.60; rang- wethers $4.75ftJ
6.25; fed ewes $4.25 ft 5.50.
Chicago, July 25. Cattle receipts
6500. Market steady. Beeves $4.60 ft)
7.50; cows $1. 40ft 5.25; heifers $2.40
415.40, calves $5.50 ft, 7.25 ; good to
prime steers $5.75 tv 7.30; poor to
medium $4. 60ft 5.75; stockers and
feeders $2. 75 ft 5.00.
Sheep receipts 11,000. Market
10 to 20 cents lower than yesterday's
opening. Western $3. 75ft 5.80; year
lings $6. 00ft 6.65; lambs $5. 50ft 7.35;
western $5.50ft 7.40.
Chicago, July 25. Closing quota
tions: Wheat July 90H; Sept. 93.
Corn July 64; Sept. 53ft"T.
Oats July 44; Sept. 39.
Pork July $16.35; Sept. $16.55.
Ijir.l July $9.12; Sept. $9.30.
Bibs July $8.65; Sept. $8.82 H.
New York, July 25. Prime mer
cantile paper 5 4 ft 6 per cent; mon
ey on call easy 1 ft 2 14 per cent.
New York, July 25. Lead dull
S5.15fi5.S5; Cupper dull, 21f22;
St. Louis. July 25. Spelter dull,
I'll stop your pain tree. To show
you first before you spend a penny
what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I
will mall you free, a Trial Package ut
them Dr. Snoop's Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia, Headache, Toothache, Pe
riod pains, etc., are due alone to blood
congestion. Vr. Shoop'a Headache
Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing
away the unnatural blood pressure.
That Is all. Address Dr. Snoop, Ha
cine, Wis. Soid by all dealers.
$1 0 FINE FOR MAILING
To Save One Cent Postage
Postmaster R. W. Hopkins has
been authorized by the postofllce de
partment to warn all Albuquerque
people using the mails not to enclose
writings in packages of the second,
third or fourth class. Any violation
of that order will subject the offend
er to a fine of $10.
The order was published several
months ago, and for a time it was
heeded, but the department Is com
plaining that various persons In New
Mexico are again sending letters and
writing to friends enclosed In pack
ages, newspapers and the like. In or
der to save one cent In postage.
Postmaster Hopkins said today that
since the order went Into effect he
has collected about $40 from various
local people, who violated the order
and were caught
To catch the offenders, all mall en
route each over the Santa Fe goes
through a receiving stall on at Kan
sas City, Mo., where all packages and
papers of the second, third and
fourth classes are opened and in
spected. As soon as the name of the
offender Is learned, the package is
sent to Its destination and the post
master at the place where the pack
age was mailed, is instructed to col
A prominent man of this city was
fined $10 for sending a letter, enclos
ed In a local newspaper to a relative.
When asked why he did -so, he re
marked, "Oh, to save a littl money."
He had to pay $10 for sending the
letter and paper together, In his ef
fort to Bave two cents.
DYNAMITE CAPS ON
STREET CAR' TRACKS
Mischievous boys put pistol car
tridges on the street car tracks near
Stover avenue and Third street. A
car ran over these causing six loud
reports In quick succession. The ex
plosions caused many people in the
vicinity to rush into the street to In
vestigate the cause. Olticer Kennedy,
who heard the shots from a distance
of several blocks, hastened to inves
tigate, but could not find the mWchlef
makers who had disappeared.
The employes of the traction com
pany say that this sort of thing has
been of frequent occurrence of late.
The boys, and It seems to be one par
ticular gang of them, take a special
delight In placing explosives on the
tracks and hiding around a corner to
listen to the reports, after which they
make their Might 'before they can be
eaugnt. ssol only torpedos are placed
on the tracks, but dynamite caps and
cartridges. The danger of these ex
plosives is considerable and residents
in the vicinity of South Second and
Third streets feel no little alarm at
the dangerous pranks played by the
boys. Particles of the dynamite caps
fly a long distance and If they become
lodged In a person's flesh are liable
to cause blood poisoning. Two
months ago a small boy In the High
lands lost his thumb and suffered a
severe flesh wound in his hand from
the explosion of one of these caps.
The police give warning that If
any boys, or older persons for that
matter, are caught placing any sort
of explosives on the street car tracks
that arrests and punishment will fol
low. ARE COMPLETED
The civil service examinations of
the forest service were completed
yesterday. Tuesday the written ex
aminations were held in the olflce of
Supervisor H. H. Harris and yester
day the outdoor" tests were held in
Traction park. A number of citizens
were present to witness the tests
which consisted of riding, packing,
surveying, pacing and estimating dis
tances and various other things along
the line of a ranger's duty.
In all eleven applicants finished
the examinations. AH of these are
western men accustomed to life In the
mountains. The class was exception
ally promising. The results of the
examinations will be reported upon
through the civil service commission
at Washington. Most of the appli
cants have already left the city.
MESSAGE CAUSES SUIT
A case styled Waldo V. Snyder vs.
The Western Union Telegraph, com
pany was filed In the district court
yesterday by Klock & Owen, attor
neys for the plaintiff. The plaintiff
demands judgment against the de
fendant in the sum of $1,600 with In
tercut and court costs, the amount
alleged to have been lost by the
plaintiff by rea.son of a delay in the
delivery of a telegram.
It is stated that on December 6,
1906, Eton L. Krelder, a stock broker
of San Francisco sent the following
message to Snyder: "Market very
low. triangle forty, wire ten points
additional margin, protect stock by
all means." This message, it is al
leged, was received at the local of
fice on lee. 6, but was not delivered
to the plaintiff until the 8th of De
cemler, thereby causing the loss of
the sum above mentioned.
Ed Kramer was arraigned before
Justice of the Peace Bomero In old
town yesterday charged with assault.
The case wan dismissed upon Kram
er agreeing to pay the costs of the
case. The complaining witness was L.
springer vutn whom Kramer engag
ed In a fight with rocks as weapons
on last Sunday night. Kramer was
put under a $200 bond to keep the
peace. Kramer swore out a warrant
fur the arrest of Springer previous
to this hearing. but promised to
withdraw his complaint. Their dif
ferences thus settled, Iht two vowed
to be friends again.
SUGAR BEET PROJECT
ON 30,000 ACRES
Great Irrigation Work In Ber-
nlllllo County Will
J. M. Murdock. owner of 30.000
acres of land, situated In Bernalillo
and alencia counties, the eastern
boundary of which la eighteen miles
south of Albuquerque, which Is offi
cially known as the "Antonio Sedillo
land grand ' Is visiting in Albuoeur-
'in talking to a reporter, Mr. Mur
"The land Is to be Irrigated, that
is the biggest portion of it, with wat
er secured from the Hlo Puerco and
San Jose rivers, and also from fifty
natural springs on the grant. The Ir
rigation project Is to be carried out
by a party of eastern capitalists who
are to spend $500,000 on the prop
"After the Irrigation project Is In
operation the land will be divided Into
3,000 tracts of ten acres each, which
will be disposed of to sturdy farmers
and miners of Pennsylvania and the
east, who will plant sugar beets on it.
"Immediately after the Irrigation
project Is completed, a sugar beet
factory Is to be erected. Cfie reason
why the sugar beet Industry will be
a pronounced success on our Prop
erty Is that there Is a good bed of
coal and limestone near Bio Puerco.
our headquarters. To operate a sugar
Deet ractory five car loads of coal and
three car loads of lime must be used
dally, and both can be secured with
out any trouble, right on the grounds.
"Beside the possibilities for a suc
cesful sugar beet Industry, the min
erals In the hills are an attractive
feature, coal, marble, and copper be
Ing found there. The waste made
by the factory can be used to good
advantage by the cattlemen living
near our property.
"Altogether, I feel certain that we
are better situated and have more
natural facilities than the Colorado
sugar beet fields. The soil Is splen
did, and all it needs is water."
A number of prominent New Mex
icans are Interested In the project
which bears all the earmarks of be
ing a gigantic success.
Chief SIcMillln today recovered the
sliver vessel which was stolen from
the Barelas church last week. He at
once turned it over to the priest In
charge of that sanctuary, and Is now
trauing the thief.
The theft was a peculiar affair.
A stranger who represented himself
at various times to be a Catholic and
also an Episcopalian minister, ap
peared at the church, obtained per
mission to enter, and when he de-
camped, took the vessel, which he
disposed of here. The. man to whom
he sold t has been found and he
promptly turned it over to the chleT.
The funeral of Mis. Mary A. Frank
was held this afternoon from the
Highland Methodist church, South,
wnn interment in ralrvlew ceme
tery, une deceased was 40 years
old and is survived by a husband and
three children, Harry and Earl
iratik, and Mrs. Hiram Bambrook.
The body of Fred Hooper, the fire
man who was killed at Helen Tues
day, was sent to the home In Em
poria last evening, accompanied by
r. liecker, a business man of Belen.
The funeral of Juan Antonio Can
delaiia, aged 63 years, a well known
farmer living north of the Indian
school, who died this morning, will
be held from the San Felipe de Nerl
church tomorrow morning, under the
auspices of the old town society. The
deceased: Is survived by a wife, one
son ana tnree daughters.
"BLACK HAND" SYSTEM
New York. July 25. Acting Dis
trict Attorney Smith and bis assistants
are uoing their best to probe deeply
Into the terrorist methods employed
against the wealthy Armenians of New
York to force them to contribute to
the anti-Turkish movement being
oraeu up oy certain fellow country
men. That these revolutionist Armenians,
who constitute a society called the
Hunchakist, do not stop at murder,
was proven by the shouting to death
on Monday of H. S. Kvhasjiam. a rich
Within four hours after the mur.
der of KvbasJIam, threatening let
ters were mailed to at least a half
dozen other well to do Armenians.
A Wonderful Happening.
The best remedy tor backache,
weak kidneys, inllamatlon of the
bladder Is De Witt's Kidney and Blad
der Pills. Their action Is tironiDl
and sure. A week's treatment for
25c. Bold by J. H. O' Rielly & Co.
JAP CAPTAIN TOASTS
Brest. July 25. In the course of a
dinner given by Bear Admiral Stock-
tun on the American cruiser Wash
ington and Tennessee last night, a
number of Japanese ofticers from the
cruisers Taukuba and Chitese. as well
as sume r rench otlicers, being pres
ent. Admiral Stockton proposed the
neann or the emperor of Japan and
the Japanese navy.
In repiy Captain TakanuU-h . of
the Taukuba, toasted President
Boosevelt and the American navy.
The Japanese sailors are still con
fined to their ships, and will not btf
granted shore leave until the depar
ture of the American squadron this
Kodol will nourish and strengthen
your digestive organs and furnish the
natural digestive Juices for your
stomach, it will make you well. Ko
dol digests what you eat. Sold by
J. H. O Kielly & Co.
CASE IS AGAIN
Judge Parker at Las Cruxes
Will Hear Motion
The case of Vincente Montoya,
plaintiff, vs. the unknown heirs of
Francisco Montes Vigil, deceased,
the unknown heirs of Juan Gonzales,
deceased, nnd all Unknown owners
of the real estate contained In the
Ainmerta land grant, comprising
some 90,000 acres lying above the
city of Alburftierque and extending
north Into Sandoval county, will e
heard before Judge Parker at Las
Cruces Saturday, July 27, In the ab
scrtce of Judge Abbott.
The case has been pending- for
over a year In .the- district court of
tiernnllllo county. The new motion
will seek to set aside the decree of
partition and to quash the service of
process by publication and to dismiss
the case, It being made bv about
eighty people of the Alameda grant.
A. B. McMlllen Is the attorney for
the plaintiff and A. A. Sedillo" and
George S. Klock appear for t...: de
fendants. Early In 1906. Francisco Montes,
petitioned to have all the undivided
land held In common. The- commis
sion appointed some time ago by
the court reported In favor of having
the undivided portion of the claim
sold, and the proceeds divided among
The Alameda land grant consists
of the 90.000 acres given by the
Spanish government to Francisco
Montes Vigil nearly two hundred
years ago in 1710. In appreciation of
distinguished military services. Iater
the grantee transferred the land to
Capt. Juan Gonznles. The claim was
afterwards confirmed during the ex
istence of the court of land claim!
In the suit of Alejandro Sandoval et
al before the court of land claims.
BY HARD WORK
The sewers in the southern portion
of the city, the outlet of which is the
Hlo Grande, but which have been
clogged up with sand and other
debris, are being put in working or
der by a force of men under Street
Commissioner Martin Tierney.
The employes of the Albuquerque
Woolen Mill, the Indian school and
the Southwestern brewery are assist
ing Commissioner Tierney in keeping
me .ortn first ana .North Second
street sewers In working condition.
It Is expected that the plans and
specifications for the new city sew
erage system will be submitted to the
city council at Its next meeting, Aug
ust 5 th.
IT OF WIFE
CAUSES HIM TROUBLE
Henry Schultz was arraigned be-
rore Justice of the Peace McClellan
this morning on the charge of rough
ly handling his wife. Mrs. Lucv
Schultz, who testified that whenever
her husband got angry he was In the
habit of mistreating her and the
children, and that he has not con
tributed a cent to the support of the
ramlly lor a year. Mrs. Schultz said
ihat she works in a laundry to sun-
port herself and five children. Schultz
claimed that his health would not
permit him to work. He was com
mitted to the -county Jail for thirty
days in default of putting up a $20u
M. B. Atkinson, of Estancla, is In
the city today on business. Mr. At
kinson states that things are boom
ing in that town, and that there is
considerable building going on. A
new bank started business in Estan
cia this week.
The contract for finishing the ar
tesian well abandoned some time ago,
has been let to Messrs. Maxwell and
Pickens and the work will be push
ed forward as rapidly as possible.
It is the purpose of the committee
which has drilling In charge, to sup
ply the town with a water works sys
tem If the well proves what is ex
pected. In the case of securing a sup
ply of good water, several other wells
will be started so as to afford
enough water ito supply the vicinity.
spi:ci.L sgc.imo. "
SAILS IllOM IIKFKT.
Washington, l. C. July 25. The
armored cruisers Tennessee and
Washington salied today from Brest
for New York. They form Admiral
Stockton's special service squadron
and have been in European waters
for some time. Later they will go
to the Pacific coast.
Use Kennedys iaxattve Cough
Syrup. Contains no opiates. It drives
the cold out of the system by gently
moving the bowels. Contains Honey
and Tar and tastes nearly as good as
mapie syrup. Children like 1l Sold
by J. H. O' Rielly Co.
TOO KATE TO CKSMFY.
LOST Card case containing ticket
to Chicago. K turned to St. Claire
h otel an 1 1 re -cjve rewa rl .
Ft lt SALE Furniture of a five-
room house. 419 West Fruit ave
nue. A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to
our health, Is the one on which we
became acquainted with Dr. King's
New Life Pills, the painless purifiers
that cure headache and bllllousness,
and keep the bowels right. 25c at all
Our ROUGH PHY work aon's have
to be wasled over. Imperial Latin
Use Kennedy's Laxative Cough
Pyrup. Contains no opiates. it
drives the cold out of the system by
gently moving the bowels. Contains
Honey and Tar and tastes nearly m
good as maple yrup; Children like
It. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly & Co,
DeWltt's Little Early Risers
.-'mall, sure, safe pills. Sold by J. H.
O'P.lelly & Co.
DOY HUNG TO LOCK
Young Offender Caught After
Robbing Gas Meter
Two lads, one of whom was ar
rested this week by Lieut. Kennedy
for stealing a baby buggy and who
was released during good behavior.
after a fine of five days had been en
tered against him. Is again In jail,
this time charged with robbing an
automatic gas meter of Its contents,
$3 25 In cash. He and the sec
ond youth, who Is also an ac
quaintance of the police force, were
spending the money when Lieut.
Kennedy arrested them last night.
As they neared the Jail, the officer
"Well, go ahead boys, you know
the way In."
The older boy darted Inside and
attempted to open the cell door In
order to get Into the prison proper,
but had to wait until the lieutenant
arrived with the keys.
During the night the two boys
amused themselves by carving their
initials on the jail door, raising
"caln" generally, and otherwise prov
Ing a hardened disposition.
The older lad will probably be
held to serve the fine Imposed lor
stealing the baby buggy, but the other
boy was released. They are about
twelve years if age.
Chief McMillln Is at a loss as to
what to do with the boys who are
brought up for petty offenses, as to
hold them In Jail is usually the means
of hardening them, and the only
course available, appears to be to
sentence them to long terms In the
county Jail or reformatory.
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loan Kodaks free.
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The Leading Stationer.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth jst -m
Gold Filling $1.50 UP V Q
Gold Crowns $6 n f
Painless Extracting.. .50c
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We carry a complete line
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Wm. Wallace McClellan
Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12
ALBUQUmRQUK, N. M,
Collections made at Korber Building 124
N. Second Street From 9 to 12 a. m.
and 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence 723 N. Fourth St.
Hats Cleaned and IMocked In
any Style Panamas a 6pe
citilty Clothing steam
Cleaned and Pressed. Ex
preas Orders Attended to
Open Day and Night.
Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. j1
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Your check book is of no value to anyone The checks
you issue are good only to the party to whom they are made.
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