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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FTUDAY. 3VT.Y . 1907.
See Our Fine Line of Rockers
Prices ranging from
$1.50 to $25.00
Golden, weathered and plain
oak. Mahogany and wickers..:
Prices and quality will suit you.
Cash or payments.
FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
West End Viaduct
BIG KICK MADE
Juarez Shippers Demand That
Road Move Freight
El Paso. Tex., July 26. Owlnir to
what Juarez merchants end shippers
call the deplorable and outrageous
condition of the Mexican Central
yards at that port a meeting was
held last night In Juarez by interest
ed business men to determine on
aome means of relief. It Is the Inten
Ciqn of the persons Interested to
make a public protest against con
ditions, for they assert that no at
tention has been paid by the rail
road to the remonstrances of Indi
They will endeavor to secure the
o-operatlon of business men In El
Paso In trying to force the Central
to come to time and will appeal to
the El Paso Chamber of Commerce
asking that body to lend its Influ
ence 4n the interest of El Paso's
trad as a port of entry Into Mexi
co. It Is pointed out that the cham
ber of commerce of Chihuahua some
time ago aent In a protest to the of
ficials of the road and that the tiro-
teert resulted In some measures of re-
' lief being taken. The same will be
tried here and the affair mar result
in the organization, of a chamber of
commerce In Juarez.
V ay Blockade ExlKte.
It Is maintained that despite the
claims of the Central that no block
ade has ever existed In the Juarez
yards such a condition has existed
and still exists, and that as a result
this port Is suffering Incalculably in
Ita Import and export trade, particu
larly the latter. Merchandise that
was formerly sent through El Paso
Is rapidly being diverted to the ports
at Laredo and. Eagle Pass, 4t is
The conditions of affairs here has
. Teaulted in heated protests from mer
chants all along the line in Mexico,
one dealer from as far south as Gua
nnguato, near Mexico City, having
com to Juarez recently to Investi
gate TniO the cause of delayed shlp-
aaents of material "Rhlcn tie Tiaa on i
the road for months. On account of
the delay In getting machinery to
that point it was necessary to dis
continue operations at one tf the
plants of a Inrge mining company. It
is alleged. Inquiries are said to be
constantly coming in to local deal
ers as to the cause of the delay.
KxprOKH Shipments Increase.
It is also said that many dealers
hae become so disgusted with the
delays In shipments of their goods
that they are sending great quantities
. by express. The large increase in
express shipments south recently is
aid to be due to the poor facilities
of the Central In handling freight.
C. Arguelles, the customs broker,
one of those interested In the meet-
Ins, stated this morning that all pro
tents of private parties to the com
pttny have been received with little
consideration and that some greater
pressure would be brought to bear.
The Mexican Central is trying to do
business at this port today just as It
did when the road was first built,"
he declared, "and this attitude is
mlcidal. Leaky engines, poor track
age and a few cars are depended on
to keep pace with the growing de
mands of business. All the improve
ments that the company Is making
are being made at the southern end
of the line where It is least needed.
"There are fourteen care of te
qullla and other goods bound for
Honora through the I'nited States
from the Central that have betn do
laved for over a month on uccoun
of not having facilities t mke
transfers Into foreign cars or to fur
nlsh Mexican Central cars with pro
per equipment to go through. II
llatn Holler, customs agent of th
Mexican Central, has a car load
plows that have leen in the yard
over a month unabl to get to th
customs house for dispatch. T,
Woodside has had cars of ore on the
way In the Juarez yards for two
months. Cars that come Into the
yards here touay may be held up for
fifteen day before they go out. One
witch engine Is URed by the road
to pull freight cars around on sid
ings and out of the road to let pus
aenger trains go through. If this Is
not a blockade of the yards I don't
know what Is. The sidings from
here to Chihuahua are lined up with
altk-t lacked freight and u shipper
does not know how long his goods
will be left along the road before
they can be moed."
personally In nil the districts of th
city where such men would be likely
to be found, he gave up, after hav
ing gotten only twenty-five. These
he sent out Sunday.
Mr. Sheridan has charge of nil the
employes of the road In his district.
He came here with the intention of
getting not only laborers but tele
graph operators, station agents, sec
tion foremen nnd men for almost all
classes of employment.
"They are simply not to be had,"
he said before he left. "Laborers
were never so scarce as they are now.
All the available ones have gone to
the Kansas wheat fields. We pay
top wages, furnish the men trans
portation and treat them ns well as
they could possibly be treated any
where they could work. The climate
Is ideal. We have 350 fair days n
year, but we can't get the men."
MOVE OF OWNERS
Ob' PRIVATE CARS
Chicago, III., July 26. The own
ers of private car Jlnes will try to
compel the railroads to pay them BO
cents a day for the use of their cars
instead of paying a mileage of three-
quarters of a cent. It Is stated that
there are at least 150,000 private
cars In use, and when they are being
transported they would cost the
roads $65,000 a day for their use if
the movement is successful.
At present the railroads pay the
owners of private -cars from three
quarters of 1 cent to 1 cent a mile
for every mile their cars are operat
ed, loaded or empty. When the per
diem rate ns between railroads for
the use of foreign cars was 20 cents
per day the private enr owners re
fused to accept per diem arrange
ments. The same wa true when the
charge was increased to 25 cents. On
July 1 the railroads, which ere mem
bers of the American Railway asso
ciation agreed to increase the per
diem charge to 50 cents a day. It Is
understood that the mileage basis re
turns private car owners about 25 to
30 cents a day, and to grant them
per diem would Increase the ex
pense of the railroads fully $25,000
fcl'ES HOCK ISLAND I'OH
EAT1I OP III'SHAXD
Topeka, Kan., July 26. Alleging
that her husband was killed, while
standing between two tracks, be
tween which there was but two and
a half feet of space, by a Rock Is
land switch engine, Mrs. Bessie Moss
yesterday tiled suit against the C. Ft.
I. & P. Railroad company for $10,
000 damages. Her husband, Don
Earl Moss, was a switchman in the
yards at Helleville.
The petition charges among other
things that when killed. Moss was
obeving an order from his foreman.
Charles W. Wllburt. to open a swiUh.
The men had been riding on, the foot.r
board of a coal tender of the switch
engine. When he stepped off to
throw the switch, Moss was struck
by 3 X'vltch engine which was ap
proaching from anomer uirevuun.
The sieed tr tne engine wnicn strut-
Moss was alleged to be eighteen
miles an hour, or In excess of the.
proper speed at such a time.
snry to take the utmost possible ser
vice out of every car obtainable, and
many that would formerly have been
sent to the scrap heap without a
moment' hesitation are being patch
ed up nnd sent to branch lines where
the traffic Is light, and no great stresa
will be put upon this style of equip
ment. This enables the roads to re
serve the great bulk of their new and
enlarged equipment for th main
through lines where traffic Is
TO m ii.n AIR LINE
Ti t TMCAHI TO TF.XKXI
Tucumcnrl. X. M July 26. An en
thusiastic mass meeting of the busi
ness men of Tucumrarl was held at
he court house Inst night to meet
i delegation from the towns of Tex-
ico and Farwell.
The object of the conference was
to take action in the preliminary
work of constructing an air line rail
road connecting Tucumcari with Tex
Ico, a distance of about sixty miles.
Resolutions were adopted and a
committee of Tucumcari business
men selected to confer with Texlco
representatives in regard to the sur
vey, financing and construction of
this important road.
Mrs. F. Perkins, wife of the pipe
shop foreman, will leave tomorrow
evening for Pittsburg, Pa., and Stu
denville, Ohio, for an extensive visit
with relatives. Returning home she
will stop in Paola, Kan., for a short
Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, formerly
connected with the local Harvey
curlor room, but now In charge of
the El Paso oilier, arrived in the city
this morning. They will leave to
night for Kansas City, Mo., where
they will visit friends.
The coast line work train Is pick
ing up all of the 83 pound steel rails
on the first district between this city
and Gallup, and conveying them to
he second district where they will
be laid west of Holbrook, Ariz.
E. H. Ross, traveling freight agent
for the Santa Fe at Galveston, has
been made traveling agent for the
operating department and is succeed
ed by M. B. Nllburn, heretofore so
liciting freight agent.
Max Zlmmcr, for several years pro
prietor of a saloon at South Second
and Santa Fe avenue, has disposed of
his business to accept his old position
In the spring gang at the shops.
Passenger engine 0126. used on one
of the branch lines of the Rio Gran
de division, was turned out of the
main shops yesterday. She was brok
en In this morning.
Eugene Martlneer, distribution
clerk in Storekeeper Scully's office.
who has been vacationing at the
Jemez Hot Springs, has returned to
Section Foreman Tressler, who has
been confined to his home for the
last ten days on account of sickness,
has resumed his duties In the yards.
Engine 1850 arrived here yester
day as a light train from the Topeka
general snops, where the big decapod
The Santa Fe, It Is reported, will
build a large passenger station, ware
houses and ore bins at Searchlight,
Jack Wlekham. who has been em
ployed at the Pecos river saw mill,
has Joined the Santa Fe shop force
as locomotive Jacket Inspector.
F. R. Dobson, assistant 'boiler fore
man, left yesterday for Wlnslow
where he will Inspect the boller3 of
coast line freight engine 961.
a a a
Fred Weston, for two years an em
ploy of the Santa Fe at Gallup, has
accepted a position at the local shops,
a a a
A colt was killed by coast line
freight engine 837 yesterday between
Gallup and Albuquerque.
Superintendent W. K. Etter, of the
Rio Grande division. Inspected the lo
cal shops and yards yesterday,
a a a
Engineers Clarke, Sheppard and
Herman are the only engineers on the
"oft duty" list.
a a a
J. R. Stokes, section foreman at
Blue Water, spent Tuesday with his
WHERE TIII.Y ri-W.
Hoston at Chicago,
lirooklyn at St. Louis.
New York nt Cincinnati.
Philadelphia at Pittsburg.
Chicago at Philadelphia.
St. luls at Washington.
Itetrolt at Hoston.
Cleveland at New York.
J IOW THEY STAND
Chicago . .
New York .
Pittsburg . .
Hrokolyn , .
Hoston . . ,
Cincinnati , .
St. Louis . .
Won. Lost. Pet
New York 41
St. Louis 35
Western 1 .oh cue.
Won. Lost. Prt.
CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES!
lies Moines 46
Sioux City 36
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Cincinnati 3 5 1
New York 4 7 1
liatterles Ewlng and Schlel; Mat
thewson and Bresuahan.
At Chicago R. II. E.
Chicago 8 8 1
Hoston . . 0 8 1
liatterles Overall, Kling and Ke-
hoe; Young, Koultes and Needham.
Brown and Doran.
R. II. E.
5 11 2
4 9 3
R. H. E.
R. H. E.
. . 3 9 1
Batteries Walsh nr.d
Bender and Powers.
Batteries White, Owen
Dygert and Schreck.
At New York R. H. E.
Cleveland 4 8 4
New Y'ork 9 10 1
Batteries IJebhardt and Clarke;
Doyle, Klelnow and Thomas.
At Washington R. H. E.
Washington 3 6 0
St. Louis 5 12 2
Batteries Hughes, Gehring, War
ner and Heydon; Powell and Spencer.
At Boston R. H. E.
Detroit 2 6 2
Boston 1 7 I
Batteries Killlan and Schmidt;
Winter and Crlger.
Second game R. H. E.
Detroit . . 3 I 0
Boston 2 10 7
liatterles Siever and Payne, Pruitt,
Glaze and Shaw. ( ,
At Pueblo R. H. E.
Pueblo 3 4 3
Des Moines 9 10 1
Batteries Hatch and Drill; Ed
mundson and Yeager.
At Denver R. II. E.
Denver 7 10 2
Omaha 5 8 3
Hatteries Adams und Zuluwky;
Ragan and Oonding.
Second game R. II. E.
Denver 1 8 4
Omaha 5 7 2
Hatteries Bohannon, Zalusky and
McDonough; Sanders and Lebrnnd.
At Sioux City R. H. E.
Sioux City 3 12 2
Lincoln 2 10 2
Batteries Jarrott, Bressler and
Sheehan; Jones and Sullivan.
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
Relleres Colds br working them out of
the system through a copious and healthy
action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing th
mucous membranes of tha throat, chsst
and bronchial tubes.
MAs pleasant to th tast
at Mapl Sugar"
Children Like It I
For BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Trr
DtWltt'l Kldnflj and Bladder Pills Sure ind Sifi
sold by J. n. o-rielly CO.
J. D. Eakln, President
O. Qlomi, Vic Preside'.
Cnai. Mellnl, aereUry
O. BscfcecU, Treanrea,
Consolidated Liquor Company
MCLINI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A 0I0MI.
WMOLKBALK DKALKR0 IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wa kaap avarythlng In ataek ta outfit tha
most fastidious bar aamplata
Have bean appointed exclusive agent In th South, far ?. .
Schlltx, Wm. Lemp and 8t Louis A. B. C. Breweries; Yellowstone,
Green River, V. H. McBrayer'e Csdar Brook, Loul Hunter, T.J. Men.
arch, and )ther standard tranda of whlakle to numerous te mention,
WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDER.
Bat sell the straight article as received by ns from tie best laerle.
Distilleries and Breweries In tie United 8tat a. Call aad Inspect ear
Stock and Prices, or writ for Illustrated Catalog and Irl hist
leaned to dealers only.
HA IK DRESSER AND
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 fall
ing out; restores Hie 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 extbltlon. No
better made for any price. Futrelie
cmnopo- omoaKmoaKmmoaKmotao m oaKmomouooaKjaKmomomomoso
ljet mo paper nnd paint your
house. Satisfaction guaranteed.
1'rompt attention to mall orders.
J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co.
South Saeond and Lead - o
82 1 North First Street.
Phone No. 483
HOCK ISLiAXl) C.VK
MEN AKE STIUKIMi.
Rock Island. 111.. July 26. An or
der hus been Issued by Chief Carman
F. L. Bonmus calling a strike of the
Carmen's union on the entire Rock
Island system. The order affects 2,-
40U men. According to advices re
ceived here, the order has been gen
erally rtbeyed. The principal shops
are located at Sllvls, Chicago, Horton.
Kan., Shawnee. Okla., and Cedar
Rapids, la. The Issue Is the rein
statement of K. A. Dunn, a union
painter, at Sllvls, who was discharg
ed on an allegation that he removed
his Jumper and -overalls before the
The officers of the union say that
trains on the Rock Island road are
not Inspected, as the law requires.
and they will notify the Interstate
SCllAl HEAPS AM.
Operating ofiiclals ure commenting
on the fact that their scrap heaps are
now being robbed of much material
that waa previously sent to them
with the Kreatest alacrity. The scar
city of equipment has made It neces-
.IIK VH.Y IX 1KM M
Kansas City. July -ti. K. I.,. Clus
ter, un employment agent for the
IlurlinKton, from Sheridan. Wyoming,
left KmiKts City for Omaha lat
night, after having fpent several days
here In the attempt to get men to
work on the road in the far west. He
came with the intention of sending
buck liv laborers, but u'ler working
The quality of the barley
grain, the quality of the
hops, the rabst bight-Day
Malting Process and tht
J cess make
Tke Beer of Quality
the same d
the same' y
year in and
Ernest Meyers & Co.,
is 118 V. Silver Ave., Albuquerque.
CHYIXG Foil HELP.
Iits Of It In Alb.iquer.uu Hut Dully
Grow lug Lesn.
The kidneys cry for help.
Not an organ in the whole body so
Not one so lmport4.it to health.
The kidneys are the niters of the
When they fall the blood becomes
foul and poisonous. ,
There can be no health where there
Is poisoned blood.
Backache in one of the first indica
tions of kidney trouble.
It Is the kidneys' cry for help.
Donn's Kidney Pills are what in
Are Just what overworked kidneys
They strengthen and Invigorate the
kidneys; help them to do their work
never fail to cure any case of kidney
Read the proof from an Albuquer
Mrs. E. Fournelle, living at 403 S.
Broadway, Albuquerque, N. M., says:
"I have recommended Doan's Kidney
Pills to a great many of my friends
and acquaintances, and they have
learned of a valuable medicine and,
like myself, appreciate It exceedingly.
Two years ago I took Doan's Kidney
Pills, using In all three boxes, and
was cured of pain in my back, a
trouble which I had for a good many
years. I was also greatly relieved of
rheumatism at the time and have
never been bothered with this com
plaint since. There Is no question as
to the virtue of Doan's Kidneys Pills."
For sale by all dealers. Price 60c
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo. N. Y
sole agents for the United States,
Remember the name Doan's and
lake no other. 16
FOKT If A YARD, XKVV MEXICO.
Juiy 'i'l, r.iu7. Sialed propolis in
triplicate for Extension to Water
System ( 8 75 feet 4 inch lpet at this
post, will be received here until II
a. m. August 10. i 5 0 7 . and then
opened. Information furnished on
application. I'nited Slates reserves
ri'ht to accept or r"Ject any or all
propowils or any part thereof. En
velopes containing proposals should
be endorsed "Extension to Water
System" and addressed to Capt. S.
P. Vestal, y. M.
At Kanwis City: Kansas City
At Indianapolis'. Indlannpolia 1:
At Columbus: Columbus 5; Louis
At St. Paul: St. Paul 6; Minneap
A Memorable Day.
One of the days we remember with
pleasure, as well as with profit to
nnr 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 ail
W. E. MAUGEP
with Ttaube and Mauger
Office, 115 North First St.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
When you want to buy, sell,
rent or exchange
Keep busy until you find
Star Furniture Co.
214 W. Gold Ave.
AlbuQueraua New Mexico
"sjjw IV M j"M sTIaT V Mi haaW j
A Ice Company.
The Niagara Falls
From St. Louis
Best American Block, per ton..8.50
Anthracite ISut, per ton .au
Anthracite Stove and Furnace
per ton aa.su
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
John S. Beaven
602 80UTH FIRST STREET.
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Associa
tion. Office at 217 West Kallr
BOSTON OLD HOME WEEK, July 25. 2C 7. 28
IVom CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS OXK PARK plus $200 for the
JtOlM TRIP. A t;ruml "OI.U 1IOM1-3 WKKk" CVIol.rallon hiiiI
Reunion. Seven lay of Public lcstivitW-s, commencing JILV
Founders' Iuy; Putrlots' Pay: router Boston Pay; Now Fiir
luiul lavi MiuNU'liuM'tU Buy; Women's Buy: Millmrv Bay. Bur
hue these Seven Buys Historic. ROSTOV will lie "AT HOM1. to all
her Sons uml Daughters, wherever residing.
New Arrlvuls for (lie Week.
Seamless tapestry rugs. Ingrain
carpets (large assortment) brass and
Iron beila, lliiolcuniB, lioogier Kitchen
Cabinets, China and glassware. Fu
irclle Furniture Co.
BOSTON AND RETURN, July 13. 22. 23.
10. 20, 24; Sept. 10. 14, 24, 2b.
Fare from Chicago, $24.00 Fare from St. Louis, $27.00
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS July 13. 22. 23; Aug. 0,
IO, 20, 24; Sept. lo, 14, 24, 2S.
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 J2.00 for the Round Trip
Full Particulars may 1 obtained from any Ticket Atcont of the
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES
WAKUKX J. LYNCH, Passenger Traflle Manager, CHICAGO.
August 6, j You Hon t Count tha Cost
when eating our pies, cakes and
rastry, for lt' small In comparison
with the natlsf iction you gain. The
day you start using the products of
our bakery will be a red letter one
on your calendar. Mark It up this
207 South First Street.
Give us your ROUGH DRY Wvrk
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 CITT
Second Street, between Railroad and
Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY.
When In need of aaali, door, frame.
etc. Screen work a KM-olally. 403
houth First street. Telephone 403.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Heating Co