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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
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FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
West End Viaduct
Germany Shows Best Report
on Accidents in Entire
Berlin. July 27. Herr Guillery, an.
official of the Archive bureau of the
l'russian railway administration, has
prepared a comparative table of
statistics of those killed and injured
by railways in various countries. He
finds that both absolutely and rela
tively the railroads in the United
States are the most deadly. The
United States has more mileage than
all Europe, but even taking that Into
consideration, the United States holds
pre-eminence in proportional figures.
Out of every thousand railway em
ployes the ratio of the number in
jured each year is as follows:
United Slates, 43.6; Switzerland,
JS.S; England, 11.7; Belgium, 11 Ger
Out of every ten thousand employ
es the relative figures of killed are:
United States, 26.1; England, 12.3;
Switzerland, 8.2; Russia, 7.8; British
India. 6.7: Belcium. 4.1.
Herr Guillery finds that in a single
Tear, the fiscal year of 1902. S7,buu
persons were Injured In the United
HLates. of whom 00.000 were employ
' es, and 9,800 were killed, of whom
8,600 were employes.
In the matter of travelers Injured,
' France holds the lowest record In the
'world. The United States shows pro
portionately four times as many In
jured as Russia, twenty times as
many as Italy; as England, twenty;
Belgium eight; Switzerland, four;
FOH AIX MACHINISTS
Chicago, July 2 7. A gigantic
movement to establish a nine-hour
work day for union machinists em
' ployed by railroads throughout the
northwest, which is expected to in
clude blacksmiths and boilermakers
and embrace a total of 30,000 men,
has been launched.
The plan is being backed princip
ally by the northwest, consolidated
district of the machinists' union, al
though the blacksmiths and boiler
makers, who also have powerful or
ganizations, are looked to for active
co-operation on behalf of their re
spective crafts. The northwest con
solidated district embraces all rail
roads north of the Union Pacific lines
and west of Chicago.
A demand will be made to make
the nine-hour day effective Septem
ber 1. To this purpose officials of the
machinists' union are now preparing
formal notices to be served upon the
railroad companies at the beginning
of next month, thus giving them 30
days in which to consider the plan.
Among the railroads to be aked to
establish the nine-hour day are the
Great Northern, Northern pacific, Ca,.
nadlan Pacific. Canadian Northern
Boo line, Minneapolis and St. Louis,
Iowa Central, Wisconsin Central, Chi
cago and Northwestern, Chicago, Ht
Paul Minneapolis and Omaha, Chi
cago Great Western and Chicago, Mil
waukee and St. Paul.
firm's special goes
lllitOIGH IILII MEXICO
A novelty in the special train line
was a recent arrival In the City of
Mexico. It was known as the ' Bridal
Special, and was run over the Na
tlona) for the purpose of conveying
a party of honeymooners through the
Mexican republic on their bridal trips.
The Pullman car in which the bridal
couples rode was named "Cupid." and
it contained eight brides and grooms,
who came from various parts of the
United States to spend their honey
moons in Mexico.
On the "Hridal Special" were Dr.
and Mrs. H. G. Spt-noe of Mexico
City, married in San Antonio; Mr,
end Mrs. E. G. Holmes of St. Louis
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Evans of Chicago
Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Jones of Waco,
Texas; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Buss o
San Antonio: Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Mar
tin of Cleveland. Ohio; Mr. and Mrs.
Riley Franklin of Dallas, and Mr. and
Mrs. E. I. Thompson of San Luis, fo
tosi, who went to the United State
to get the knot tied.
J. W. Hush, one of the newly mar
rled men, was the conductor of th
Pullman car. He had Just been mar,
Tied In San Antonio and had his brlil
with him, but tried for some time to
keep his wedding a secret. When h
aw all the other newlyweds spoon
Ing, however, he gave up and, grab
bing Mrs. Buss in his arms, told the
others how it happened.
ONE imAKEMAX AMI
After holding an InvealiKaliiui of
the freight wreck whlh occurred a
Sentinel. Ariz., on July 1, the ofllciul
of the Southern Pacific have unnoun
cea mai iie rear oritKeinau on iili
the train that was hit and the engl,
ner on the extra freight that ran in
to the extra were to blame, for the
The brakeman, who was on the
I RAILROAD DEPARTMENT
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.
rear end of the train, failed to flag
the extra In time to prevent the ca
boose and three oil tanks from being
derailed. However, the engineer had
a straight track ahead and was held
to be partially responsible because his
train was not under sufficient control.
The report of this wreck Is the first
Instance of the road giving out any
Information regarding the cause and
responsibility of the wrecks that oc
cur on the line and Is in accordance
with the new policy of publicity that
President Harriman has Instituted on
In the future all accident reports
will be made public in order that the
causes of the Occidents may be known
to the public.
MERGING SHORT I.IVES
Beaumont, Texas, July 27. A mer
ger of short railroads in East Texas
and Louisiana is in progress by the
Interests under the control of E. H.
Harriman. It Is announced here
that all the short lines or tram roads
wned by the Long Bell Lumber com
pany have been purchased by the
Harriman Interests with the Intention
of building another trunk line from
the Northwest to New Orleans. While
Shreveport. La., is at present the
northern terminum of the Lake Char
les and Northern, which Is made up
mostly of Long Bell tram property, It
is to De extended further north to
connect with the proposed road which
Mr. Harriman expects to build from
Kansas City to Denlson.
This would give the Harriman lines
something with which to fight the In
roads of the Frisco-Hock Island lines
as well as the Santa Fe and the Kan
sas City Southern. The Vlcksburg,
Shreveport and Pacific lines have a
representative In eastern Texas buy
ing the short lines that would make
desirable pnnnectlon between
Shreveport and Denlson and this Is
significant from the fact that the
Flowers Interest In this road can be
taken over by Harriman at any time
he desires it.
TO CONTROL CHICAGO
New York. Julv 2 7. It Is un to the
"big three' In the Rock Island nartv
W, H. and J. H. Moore and Daniel
G. Reld to decide whether there
shall be a change In the presidency
of the Chicago and Alton railroad.
now that their party controls the
road. There was a renort revived in
Wall street today that Samuel M.
Felton, now president, who had
charge under the regime of E. H.
Harriman, may resign, and that he
mny be succeeded by C. R. Grav, vice
president of the St. Louis and San
Francisco railroad. The report, as on
a previous rumor to the same effect,
could not be confirmed.
There have been rumors airaln that
J. T. Harahan. president of the Illi
nois Central, who was made the suc
cessor of Stuyvesnnt Fish by Mr.
Harriman had a break with the lat
ter, and that Mr. Felton would be
named to succeed him. but these ru
mors have been met with positive de
nial. Just where Mr. Felton would
land, should he quit the Alton, Is in
teresting Wall street.
LITTLE ACCOMPLISHED AT
CLASSI I ICATIOX M FETING
Chicago, 111.. July 27. After ft ten
days' session at Charlevoix, the West
ern Classification committee Is said
to have accomplished nothing. Over
400 subjects were considered and no
rates were either raised or lowered
by changing the classification. There
were approximately seventy-five re
quests for decreases In rates, which
were uniformly dented. leaving a
large number of shippers In an angry
frame of mind. The question of In
creasing minimum weights was post
Trains No. 7 and 9. due here last
night at 10:50 p. m. and 11:45 p. m.
did not arrive here until 2:05 a. m.
this morning on account of the en
gine on No. 7 breaking down after
leaving Las Vegas. No. 1 due here
last evening at 7:45 p. m.. nulled in
about 10 p. m., being delayed by high
water in Colorado.
The California limited, due here at
12:20 p. m., this afternoon, did not
arrive here this afternoon until 4
o clock, lieing delayed east of La
Junta by the Arkansas river washing
out a portion of the Santa Fe tracks
at that point.
Engines 1613, for use on the New
Mexico division, and 0126 on the Rto
(.ramie division, were released from
the shops yesterday, where they have
oeen ior repairs.
Walter Meyers, clerk In the round
house, and several other clerks in the
shops, have made preparations to
leave tomorrow night for Uelrolt,
Engines 20, ,,! used on the roast
lines, were towed in last evening to
he placed In the shops for an over
Hurry Pouts, day ticket agent of
the Santa Fe. Is preparing to leave on
nis annual vacation In a short time.
Mlchtie) eber, day roundhouse
foreman at the shops. Is expecting'
nis wile and three sons from Denver.
I 11 stop your pain free. To show
you first before you spend a penny
wnat my fink Pain Tablets can do.
will mall you free, a Trial Package of
tnem ur. snoop s Headache Tablets.
Neuralgia. Headache. Toothache. Pe
riod pains, etc.. are due alone to blond
congestion. Dr. Shoop's Headache
Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing
away tne unnatural blood pressure,
mat is an. Address ur. snoop, Ra
cine. Wis. Sued by all dealer.
Survey Made From Santa Fe
Main Tracks to
Santa Fe. N. M., July 27. Prelim
inary surveys have been made for a
railroad from the mining camp of
Cowles to a P.t4nt nineteen miles
south where If built it will connect
with the main lino of the Atchison,
Topeka & Santa Fe railway. The
Pecos Copper company which is mak
ing extensive development work at
Its mines in Cowles is said to be be
hind the project. The proposed rail
road will follow the course of the Pe
W. R. Smythe of this city who had
charge of making the preliminary
surveys has finished that part of the
work, and is now engaged In making
an estimate as to the probable cost
of construction. He Is of the opinion
that the railroad could be made a
paying Investment from the very
start, as ther are a number of mines
along the route In nddltlon to those
of the Pecos Copper company. Jf
constructed the railway will probably
tie standard gauge.
Cost of Count motion Would bo Small.
Mr. Smythe stated this morning
that while considerable blasting
would have to be done In the con
struction of the line the cost would
be comparatively small as It would be
practically all side hill excavation.
According to the preliminary survey
the projected railroad will start from
a point one mile and a half east of
the Pecos siding and run along the
west side of the river until within
one mile south of Cowles when It
would cross over the west side.
This would entail the construction of
only one bridge across the river In
the nineteen miles.
The maximum grade of the propos
ed line la l'i per cent and In no In
stance would there be more than a 12
degree curve. In addition to the
freight traffic and giving a stimulus
to mining along the route traversed
the new railroad would serve to make
that region one of the most popular
summer resorts In New Mexico. The
Pecos river is one of the best trout
streams in the country and although
a large number of people annually
visit the haunts of the speckled beau
ties at its headwaters during the fish
ing season with better traveling fa
cilities this number would be in
creased many fold.
Much tire Ready for Shipment.
The Pecos Copper company as al
ready mentioned has been doing con
siderable development work lately
and it Is understood has a vast
amount of low grade copper ore al
ready "blocked out." A concentrator
will be built.
Santa Fe. N. M.. Julv 27. The fol
lowing have been appointed notaries
public by Acting Governor J. W. Ray
nolds: J. Crockett Glvens. of Central.
Grant county; Merrltt C. Meehem, of
'I ueumcarl, Quay county; David P.
Green, of Roswell. Chaves countv:
Oscar O. Gregg, of Nara Visa. Quay
Articles of Incni-tiorntioil.
The following articles of iner.rnor.i-
tl'in have been tied In tni t.llice of
Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolils:
-North American Inve-tinent com
pany. Principal place of buslnes at
JVcumcnri, Qu.i - unty. Territorial
agent, W. F. Buchanan, at Tucum-
carl. Capital stock. S250.000. divided
into two thousand, five hundred
shares of the par value of $100 each,
commencing business with $50,000.
Object, general Investment business.
Period of existence, fifty years. In
corporators. Esrom Mayers and A. L.
Parsons, of Freeport. Illinois; H. W.
Urockman, of German Valley, Illinois;
A. J. Clarity, of Lena, Illinois, and
W. F. Buchanan, of Tucumcari.
"I have been somewhat costive, but
Doan's Regulats gave Just the results
desired. They act mildly and regu
late the bowels perfectly." George
II. Krause, 306 Walnut Avenue, Al
SAME GALLOWS USED
FOR TWO BROTHERS
Towanda. Pa., July 27. Charles
Johnson, who was hanged here today,
w;s twice convicted for complicity in
the murder of his brother's wife and
niece, near here in September, 1304.
Higlcr Johnson, Charles' brother, was
separated from his wife and was com
pelled to pay her $6 a month for sup
port. In order to save the $6 and
get rid of the wife, it is charged that
Hlgler and Charles killed her and the
niece, who was living with her, and
then burned the house to conceal the
crime, lligler confessed.
Charles was hanged upon the gal
lows upon which his brother was
The drop fell nlmost at the same
minute his brother was executed for
the same crime two years ago today.
0.LJl8tr'mJ", T.?Iert wkneM. means Nerve
Ftrenrth, or Nerv Weaksett-cotlilns more. Po.
IF."" nri in ft Hundred Is. In lt-
bidden tiny little nervs that really it 11 at fault
To obacure nerve-tha Cardlat, or Urt Ntove
riTiF. J new1- n1 mu5t bv. mora power, more
natality, mora ontrolllnit, mora fcovertilrw
Jnti.'V.iihPu,tht.tl,e "cart continue
to lau, and tha atomach and kldueya aUo have
uirae ami controlling naryes.
i as s medicine, Pr,
va ha In the IM ddhe o much
the cauasof all thlj palnrul. palpltaCn,, auSoTail
Ing heart dUtreae. Dr. Sboop'a KenMrutlve thla
popular prescription to alone diructed to these
iur weaa ana at in 11.1 r,. it uwn a.:.. .. l.
II you would hara Mroiig Hue.ru, wrong db
vtUon, itrenirthtsn tbeae Ivory ua nvtMablUh
Vn ae unwind, wila
Evidently Used by Jamestown
Traders to Reward
Gallup, N. M July 27. (Special
ConTxpondcitce.) Dug up In an old
Indian grave near Gallup several
years ago was a copper medal dated
1676, evidently Issued in that year to
some one who excelled In his corn
This medal, which Is perfectly pre
served, Is .In the possession of G. R.
Burezack, of Wlnslow, Ariz. He got
It from a sheep herder several years
Another one is In the possession oi
H. H. Scorse. of Holbrook, Ariz., who
also has perhaps the finest collection
of prehistoric pottery in tne soum-1
Mr. Bauerback several years ago
offered $10 to anyone who had or
could produce another one like it.
Mr. Scorse won tne money, as a
sheep herder found this also near
Gallup. There Is still another one In
existence somewhere in the territory
but at present it can not be located
They are highly prized for they
practically prove that Indians from
out west were In touch with the east
ern coast, or that the white man in
after years traded the medals to the
Indians of the vicinity of Gallup.
Mr. Bauerlback would not part with
the one he has, nor would Mr. Scorse,
and yet they would like to know tiie
history of the pieces of copper.
Description of Medals.
On the front of the medals are the
words "Medalet, 123456789, year
Semes, A. D. 1674 CCCXXXI," with
the head of an Indian engraved In
On the reverse side are the word3,
"America, land plenty, labor scarce,
laibor reconed by the man. Jamestown
produce, corn, tobac, labor reconed
by the acre, England land scarce, la
bor plenty." There Is a large hole
near the edge, evidently used to pass
a cord through for the purpose of
carrying or wearing the medal.
Cured Three of tne Family with One
Bottle of Cliamlierluln' Colic,
Cholera and D.nnhoea Remedy.
"I purchased a bottle of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy, and found it to be all
claimed for it In the adertlsements.
Three of the family have used it with
good results In summer complaint."
H. E. Howe, publisher of the Iress,
Highland, Wis. For sale by all drug
gists. i o-
LAS VEGAS MINISTER
BECOMES SUDDENLY ILL.
Las Vegas, N. M July 27. Sec
lal.) Rev. Norman Skinner, pastor
of the Presbyterian church, Is quite
ill at his home here. Mrs. Skinner
and son are visiting in Kentucky.
Prof. W. H. Decker, superintend
ent of the Giiliup, M., scnoois. is
in the city. He will leave today for
a visit in Colorado, lie win return
to Gallup about the middle of August.
Piles get quick ana certain relief
from Dr. Shoop'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 mag'c by
Its use. Large nickel-capped glass
Jars 60 cents. Sold by al dealers.
MEN AND WOMEN.
Cm Big U for unnatural
trritfttiuna or ulcerauoni
of ttiuoom tutmbranM.
Pti Diets, and Dot aatrio
feat or poisonous.
oU by DrvUU,
or ant in plain wrapper,
bf expr, prepaid, (or
1.00. orJbottlra a.j.75..
Circular taut eo rtxjuMt.
Uiuirrniru auiu mourn anew
aout the wonderful
Tit Dew VmkIrrI Frrlnsj.
lent, it clean
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tliuintft i. fli-sale'l. ft (rw
ill farilrninr axl rtire.iinna in
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W, I M
The Niagara Fills
BOSTON OLD HOME WEEK, July 25, 26, 27. 2S
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS ON K FAHK !u $2.00 for the
ROl Nl 'l icit. A Grand "OI.I HOMK KKK" CVIchrution and
Ki'iiuion. Seven Duys of l'ulilic lestivlties eoiiuiieucliii; JULV
Founders Ihiy: Patriots' Hay: Greater Huston Pny; New F.njf
land luy; Ma-tsaelnisett lay; Womcn'N Day: Military lay. Dur
ing these Seven Days Historic KOSTON will bo "AT HOMi;" to all
lier Sons und Daughters, wherever residing.
BOSTON AND RETURN, July 13, 22, 23. August 6,
10, 20, 24; Sept. IO, 14. 24, 28.
Fare from Chicago, $24.00 Fare from St. Louis, $27.00
NEW ENGLAND RESORTS July 13, 22. 23; Aug. 0,
10, 20. 24; Sept. io, 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 S2.00 for the Round Trip
Full l'artieularii may tie obtained from any Tlefcet Agent of the
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES
T.VIUtKX J. LYNCH, Passenger Truflle Manager, CHICAGO.
CUT PRICES! CUT
CUT PRICES ARE NOW ON
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
CONTAINS HONEY 19D TAR
Relieves Cold by working them out of
the system through a cqpious and healthy
action of the bowels.
Relieves Coughs by cleansing the
mucous membranes of the throat, chest
and bronchial tubes.
"As pleasant to the tast
as Maple Sugar"
Children Like It
Tot BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try
OiWItt's Kidney ud Bladder Pllls-Surs md Stfi
sold by J. . o-mixivr CO.
HAIR DRESSER A YD CTIIROPO-
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 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.
DeWltt's Little Early Risers
Small, sure, safe pills. Sold by J. H.
O'Rlelly & Co.
W. E. MAUGEP
with Raube and Mauger
Office. US North First St.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
When you want to buy, sell,
rent or exchange
Keep busy until you fintj
Star Furniture Co.
214 W. Gold Ave.
Albuquerque New Mexico
J. D. Eftkln, President
O. Oloml, Vlc President.
Consolidated Liquor Company
MELINI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A QIOMI.
WHOLKBALK DKALKRB IN
Wines, Liquors and Cigars
Wt kp trtrythlaa In ttook to outfit tbo
most tmttldlout bar eemplata
Havs been appointed exclusive agents In the Southwest fe 3ee, ft,
Schlltz, Wm. Lemp and 8t Louis A. B. C Breweries; Yellowstone,
Green River, V. H. McBrayer's Ctdar Brook, Loula Hunter, T.J. Man
arch, and Jther standard k rands of whiskies too numerous te mention.
WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS.
Bat sell the straight article aa received by as from tie best laertea.
Distilleries and Breweries In tie United Stat a. Call aad lnsaeet ear
Stock and Prlcea, or write for Illustrated Catalog. nd i Hen Uat,
Issued to dealers only.
Ix-t mo paper and paint yonr
house. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Prompt attention to mail orders.
J, D. EMMONS, Successor to Stacy & Co.
21 Xorth First Street.
Tlest American Block, per ton.. $0.50
Anthracite Nut, per ton $8.50
Anthracite Stove and Furnace
per ton $0.50
TERMS STRICTLY CASn.
John S. Beaven
602 SOUTH FIRST STREET.
You Don 1 Count ths Cost
when eating our pies, cakes and
pastry, for It's small in comparison
with the satisfaction you rain. 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
Giro us your ROUGH DRY Wars
Monday, and get It back Wednesday
Imperial Laundry Co.
Cbu. Mellnl, rtrT
O. Bacheckl Treftnrca.
South Stcond and Lead q
Phone No. 483
A Ice Company.
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutual Building Aasocaa.
tlon. Ofdce at 217 Wen RallreM
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND
Mules Bought and Ex
changed. 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 sa.-i. door, frame,
etc. Screen work a tqx-claltv. 403
South First street. Telephone 403.
If You Want A
Telephone No. 61
Our work is at our name
implies, and our charges are
Standard Plumbing & Heating Co