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FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO.
j West End
Attorney General Says It Can
Washington, V. C, August 13.
Concerning frequent requests of the
department of Justice for Informa
tion as to prosecutions of alleged
trusts and railroads, Acting Attor
ney General Russell today said: "I
am daily answering Inquiries which
Indicate that all kinds of unfounded
rumors are afloat concerning inves
tigations and Intended anti-trust suits
and prosecutions by this department.
Fortunately, or unfortunately, the
department Is quite unable to do
one-tenth as much work as it is sup
posed to be doing.
"I understand that some of these
rumors have been caused by Judge
Landis' tine, and the troubles be
tween the railroads and the states In
Michigan, Alabama and elsewhere,
particularly over state laws reducing
rates. So far as the fine Is concern
ed. It may have operated to convince
investors that such part of their divi
dends as come from rebating and
' other illegal practices will be less
certain in the future. As for the
state railroad rates and controver
sies, possibly some dividends have
been swelled by exorbitant local
"My own view Is that whether a
lower rate will lessen dividends or
increase them by increasing travel
and shipments Is chiefly a matter of
experiment. I presume It was upon
being convinced of this that some of
the railroads abandoned their pre
liminary Injunction of state law and
authority as of doubtful legality,
even If a permanent Injunction shall
be properly upheld upon full proof
and after some little time for ex
periment. 'at will doubtless be the policy of
this department to aid In the speedy
determination of all the questions In
volved In the railroad rate contro
versy by the supreme court, and in
that high tribunal the rights of all
will be safe and soon settled. When
the department shall have continued
a while longer enforcing laws against
rebating and restraints and monop
olies of trade, the result can not
fail to be a sounder and less tainted
SANTA FE HAS PLENTY
OF Olli FOR FVEL
"Our supply of fuel oil is unlimit
ed, and there is no danger of the
Santa Fe reverting back to the coal
"burning engines on the divisions
where the oil is now being used,"
aid the general manager recently.
"The road owns Its own oil field and
there will be a sufficient supply forth,
coming to last for years. Coal is be
ing used through the country where
it is most available, but oil, owing to
- Its economy and convenience, will
continue to tie used on all the tralnj
now being pulled by oil burners."
"The roadbed is not to be neglected
while the motive power and rolling
stock is foelirg Improved, and the
work of ballasting the main line is
being pushed from Chicago to the
coast. Double track is being put
down In places and more will be add
ed later. Two hundred and fifty
miles of second track Is now being
laid on the eastern division out of
Chicago, in Illinois. Much of this
class of work will be done during the
year. Tt.e Hio Grande division has
the virtue of possessing a natural
roadbed that needs little ballasting,
lut this division will receive the saint
attention as to steel and ties that the
other divisions are now getting, in
a number of places heavier Bteel is
toeing put down in place of the light
rails and the 8G-pound steel is the
minimum weight for the new main
. TO SILVER CITY
El Paso, Texas, August IS. The
daylight train to Sliver t'lty, over the
Santa Fe, that the chamber of com
merce and the residents of the ltlo
Orande valley have been working for
during the past twelve years, is at
last assured, and it will bf put on in
October, when the schedule of trains
Is made up. This statement was
(riven out by Vice President George
T. Nicholson and General Manager
J. K. Hurl-y when they were here
fcjunday with Secretary Garfield.
"We want this service established,"
aid Vice President Nicholson, "the
people of El Paso want It, the busi
ness warrants the additional train,
and I can assure you that it will be
put on as soon as we can get around
to It. You know that the passenger
traffic Is not the business that makes
the money for railroads and natural
ly we are putting forth our best ef
forts to keep up with the enormous
increase in freight movement to the
west. Until this Is well In hand we
j RAILROAD DEPARTMENT 1
JUST RECEIVED i
A large assortment of In
grains and Brussels Rugs
and Carpets and a full
line of Linoleum-Every-thing
to furnish the house
WE CAN'T AND WILL NOT BE UN
DERSOLD. CASH OR PAYMENT
will be unable to get around to the
matter of giving El Paso a better
WOIIKED OX ORDERS.
The Santa Fe Central employed a
new brakeman the other day who
was as green as the corn growing
in the Estancia valley. Conductor
Grlmshaw discovered the young
man's small knowledge of the rail
road game early on the Initial trip,
and Immediately began giving him
a few lessons. It Is needless to sny
that the other old heads on the train
were let Into the Fame and assisted
the conductor In putting the green
man on the right track.
When the train reached Kennedy,
some one said to Greeny: "Did you
get your orders?"
"No," was the answer. "Where do
you get them?"
"Why. Just go ask the agent; he'll
fix you out."
The agent had been fixed, so of
course the young man got his orders
all O. K.
The down train, upon which
Greeny was the front brakeman, met
the Curry special at Kennedy and of
court flagging had to bo done.
"Sure, you want to flag both
trains into the clear, both front and
back; haven't you done that yet?"
volunteered one of the old heads, and
Greeny Immediately got busy with
In a few minutes he signaled that
the track was clear.
After consulting his orders, the
new man got aboard the train, to
be Informed that the conductor
would like to have his shoes shined.
RATE COMPLAINTS FILED
AGAINST SANTA FE.
Washington, August 13. The Mis
souri, Kansas and Texas and Santa
Fe railroad companies are made de
fendcints In two complaints filed with
the interstate commerce commission
today by the Missouri and Kansas
Shippers' association. The complaint
against the "Katy" is that its rates
on car-load shipments of hay from
Kansas points to Kansas City are In
excess of the rates to St. Joseph
from the same points. The differ
ence Is that the former rates are
fixed by the Missouri, Kansas and
Texas Joint Freight Bureau, while
the latter are not. Shipments over
the "Katy" to St. Joseph pass
through Kansas City. The other
complaint against the Santa Fe Is
against the S3 terminal charge on
hay from Colorado, Kansas, Okla
homa and Indian Territory.
ANOTHER RECEIVER ASKED
FOR TEXAS SOUTHERN.
Austin. Tex., August 13. The rail
road commission today issued an or
der directing the attorney general to
Intervene In the present receivership
of the Texas Southern Railroad com-
tiatlV nnfl in hnva tha .w i . - , nnAl
a receiver of that property, who
Biiau conauci us afiairs under the
direction of the commission. The
Ohlert nf thin nnrtnn Is that . V.
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erty may be Improved so as to take
r ui ine irHinc mat is onered It.
It is claimed that in its present con
dition the railroad la physiclally un
able to handle much of the business
that comes to It.
SANTA FE READY
TO DOUBLE TRACK.
San Rernardino, Cal., August 13.
The Santa Fe has a large track
srane: at work rebuilding the lead
tracks In the east end of the local
yards, the freight leads receiving the
most attention. The curves are be
ing reduced considerable, so that
freight trains may be handled In and
out of the yards much easier and
with more safety. This work Is pre
paratory to the double tracking of I
street from Fourth street to High
land Junction. Work on this will
be commenced at once or as soon as
the matter of the number and style
of culverts the city wants placed tin
der the tracks is determined upon,
which will probably be In the near
J. V. Key, superintendent of con
struction for the Santa Fe on the
New Mexico Eastern railway, Is in
the city for ten days resting up and
recovering from an attack of nerv
ousness. T. E. Purdy, local agent for the
Santa Fe, left this morning on train
No. 10 fur Hereford. Texas, where
he Is called as a witness in a law
suit against the Sttnta Fe over some
cattle. The suit Is one dating back
several years, the cause emamatlng
when Mr. Purdy was agent for the
Santa Fe at Oklahoma City.
The Limit or IJfo.
The most eminent medical scient
ists are unanimous In the conclusion
that the generally accepted limita
tion of human life is many years be
low the attainment possible with the
advanced knowledge of which the
race Is now possessed. The critical
period, that determines its duration,
seems to be between 60 and 60; the
proper care of the body during this
decade cannot be too strongly urged;
carelessness then being fatal to long
evity. Nature's best helper after 60
Is Electric liltters, the scientific tonic
medicine thut revitalizes every organ
of the body. Guaranteed by all drug
"EverylxMly Should Know."
says G. G. Hays, a prominent busi
ness man of lilufT, Mo. that Buck
len's Arnica Salve Is the quickest
and surest healing salve ever applied
to a sore, burn or wound, or to a
case of piles. I've used it and kne
what I'm talking about." Guarantee
by all druggists. 25c.
Arizona Mines Yielding Great
er Output Than In For
mer Months. .
nisbee. Ariz., Aug. 13. Shipments
are going on steadily from the var
ious shafts In this section with a
slightly Increased product. Consid
erable new equipment Is being in
stalled and a number fit new ore
bodies are being developed.
The work of widening one of the
compartments of the Czar shaft of
the Copper Queen to afford more
room for pump columns and other
equipment Is progressing rapidly.
At the Calumet and Arizona pro
gress Is being made on the new ma
chine shops which are being erected
on the grounds of the company near
the Junction shaft. Shipping from
the Irish Mag and Oliver shafts is
normal. The ore body found on the
south end of the Irish Mag claim Is
proving much more extensive than
was at first thought.
Good reports continue to be heard
from the portion of the district west
of the city, which Is fast developing
into a shipping district.
Spur to Mine.
The El Paso and Southwestern has
finished the work of extending the
spur to the Denn shaft and the lay
ing of the track to the ore bins has
been commenced. The ore shoots
are now being framed, and will be
put In place as soon as the spur Is
completed. Sinking of the shaft Is
being continued and it Is now down
nearly 1.200 feet. The drift on the
1,100 foot level Is entering soft
ground with a considerable Increase
In the water, which is looked upon
by the management as a favorable
indication. This drift still lacks
about forty feet of reaching the
mark where the ore was first encoun
tered In the drift on the 1,000 level.
The drift: on the 1.000 foot level is
being driven forward, but the for
mation Is practically unchanged. On
the surface preparations are being
made for the Installation of oil for
fuel, the foundations already being
completed for the large tanks, which
are expected to arrive In the next
few weeks. Shipping will probably be
commenced from the Denn about
The Shattuck Is working with a full
force of men, and the output con
tinues to average about 300 tons
dally. The new compressor building
is well under course of construc
tion and it is the expectation that it
will be soon finished. On the 900
level the drift Is in low-grade ore,
while on the 700 and 800 the work
of opening up the big ore bodies is
Ktoauly Progress. y
At the shaft on the Warren prop
erty steady progress Is being made In
sinking. The shaft Is now down 290
feet and the bottom is In a formation
of grey limestone which is of a very
fine grain. Through this formation
runs a streak of oxidized Iron.
On August 5 the annual meeting
of the stockholders of the Copper Gulf
Development Company, was held In
Silver City, New Mexico, for the pur
pose of reviewing the affairs of the
corporation and proceeding with the
business of electing directors and of
ficers to. act during the ensuing year.
The stockholders In this company
are: H. A. Smith, H. B. Hovland,
Thomas A. Merritt. D. L. Fairchlld,
and Walter A. Barrows, Jr. At the
present time ore Is being shipped to
the flmelters at Douglas from the
Copper Gulf and already there Is a
body cantainlng several thousand
tons of 10 per cent ore In sight. The
property Is being developed under
the management of E. A. Wayne,
formerly manager of the Globe Con
solidated. GUARDS APPOINTED
FOR FOREST RESERVES
Washington, D. C, August 13.
The following guards have been ap
pointed In New Mexico national for
ets: Lou 1b F. Rudolph In PecDS
Ulver; Theodore Iwvls and Benja
min Robertson In Gila; E. O. Brise
llne In Taos, and William A. Stuart
The following appointments of
guards In Arizona national forests
have also been announced: Samuel
H. Bally In Tonto; William H. Cole
and Jacob M. Bingham In Santa
Catallna, and Walter Edwards In
State of Ohio, city or Toieoo,
Lucas County. ss. ,
Frank J. Chenney makes oatn that he
Is senior partner of tha firm of F. J.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the
City of Toledo. County and Unite afore
said, and that said firm will pay tha sum
of ONK HUNDRED litfl.l.AHS for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. l&M.
A. W. GLEASON.
(Heal.) Notary Public.
Hull's Catarrh Cure is taken Internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces of the system. Bund for
f. J. CHENEY CO., Props.,
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
tion. M tW
of the suffer
of all plea'
'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING! CITIZEN. -1
Prospects Increasing Every
Day In Districts South
Lordsbung, N. M., Aug. 13. XI In
ing In the districts south of Lords
burg Is Improving every day and has
settled down to a steady growth. The
Arizona and New Mexico railroad
has had to double Its ore platform
last week 12 carloads having been
The Superior people are shipping
from their old dump and receiving
net returns of about $200 per car.
XIr. Whemer, one of the owners, who
Is here attending to the shipping,
says the mine will e in operation
Just as soon as the September term
of court settles the tax titles, which
have been in dispute for some time.
The new plant at the "85" mine
has Just been placed In operation and
ready for work. The shaft has been
sunk 50 feet under new management
and the tunnel is In about 175 feet,
which Is being driven from the bot
tom of the canon above the "85"
claim to tap the Emerald vein, a
continuation of the great Hobson
dike, at 300 feet below the top of
the hill. The tunnel will be 600 feet
in length and will be finished In 60
days after the air drills are at work.
The property is equipped with an 85
horse power boiler hoist, air com
pressor, pump etc.
Work Ilciiig Pushed.
The Nellie Bly people are going
right along with their work showing
up more and better ore all the time.
The Robert E. Ixe owners are hard
at work. The Last Chance Is still
sinking and is now down about 300
The Viola which was the old Llat
endorf mine. Is being retimbered and
fitted up for work again. Shipments
have already been started.
The Miser's Chest, which Is the
southeast extension of the Lone
group, belonging to the Bonney peo
ple. Is making the best showing,
both In quantity and quality of ore
being taken out, of any In the dls
trlct. They opened up a new level
60 feet below the water which car
ries the finest ore yet found in the
camp, the vein is all 5 feet wide and
all good shipping ore, and has been
drifted on for nearly 150 feet. It
Is still holding out as good as ever
shipping about three cars a week
and not stoplng a pound. The com
pany Is now at work putting In a
steam plant with air compressor, etc.
for the purpose of sinking to 500
The Arizona National Guard en
campment, which closed Saturday
night, was one of the best In the his
tory of the country.
The Tucumcarl ice plant has gone
Into the hands of a receiver, while
ours, says the Santa Rosa Sun, ap
pears to have gone Into "Innocuous
District court meets at Silver City
next month, and a lunge number of
people are greatly Interested In the
coming session, especially as to how
Sunday law violations are to be treat
ed. About thirty citizens of Phoenix,
Arizona, who are interested in the
Pinal county coal fields, assembled at
the board of trade building and per
fected an organization with a view of
filing on coal claims in Pinal county
and developing the same.
Struck In the head by a timber
thrown upon him, it is alleged, by a
descending cage, C. A. Miller, aged
about SO, suffered a fracture which
with the Injuries to his chest, it Is
thought at the Copper Queen hos
pital In Arizona, will prove fatal.
There Is some talk of a company
being organized and starting a big
steam laundry at or near Safford.
If the enterprise materializes the ma.
chinery will all be of the latest ap
proved style. There is not a laundry
in operation between Clifton and
There is a good prospect that the
Arizona Copper company and tha
Shannon Copper company will be
consolidated Hiid operated as one con
cern. J. C. Hopkins, the resident di
rector of the former company, has
gone to Scotland in the Interest of
At a meeting of the Douglas, Ari
zona, school board a resolution was
passed for additions to the public
school buildings. The resolution
states that 6,000 will be expended
In this line as follows: Holladay
school, $9,u00; Davis school, $9,oou;
Drachmati school, 18.000.
That Parker Woodman, for some
time assistant mine superintendent
for the Copier Queen company. Is to
succeed S. W. Clawson, resigned to
Is an ordeal which all
women approach with
indescribable fear, for
nothing compares with
the pain and horror of
child-birth. The thought
danger in store for her, robs the expectant mother
nations of the coming event, and casts over her a
ich cannot be shaken off. Thousands of women
use of Mother's Friend during; pregnancy robs
"n and danger, and insures safety to life of mother
tific liniment is a god-send to all women at the
ritical trial. Not only docs Mother's Friend
through the perils of child-birth, but its use
stem for the coming event, prevents "morning
MEN'S SUITS GET MARCHING ORDERS
Our Men's Suits have received orders to move and move they must.
We'll make every one of them move at some price. It's good business on our
part. But, while a loss for us, it's
A GREAT SAVING FOR YOU
If you were a Clothier, Sir, and had more suits on hand than you could possi
bly sell this season would you keep them over until next year and let them et
out of style and rusty besides losing the use of the money or sell them now?
Sell them of course you would, so would any sensible Man.
That s Just What We're Going to Do
CCVuueirnt$ u'i ?er ?u .CXpect lo mother Suit of
Clothes buy It now. It will be the best investment ever made.
SEE PRICES IN WINDOWS "
take the superlntendency of all the
mine work In and around Blsbee,
Arizona, which that company has, la
the official announcement made.
A prisoner In the county Jail at
Capltan, N. M., named Lee, accused
of horse stealing, on last Friday even,
infr, while receiving his evening meal,
overpowered the Jailor, knocked him
down and escaped. He has not since
been heard of. The escaped prisoner
was recently extradited from Arizona.
JIattle McClaln was arrested re
cently at Texlco, charged with shoot
ing at Hubert Fox in a difficulty over
a claim. When the case was tried at
Texlco, Fox swore that she grabbed
his Winchester and shot at him. and
she declared he shot at her. The
case was dismissed for lack of cor
Failure to secure a franchise from
the city at the recent election at
(Jlobe, Arizona, the granting of which
would have meant the sale of the lo
cal utility plants to a lloston syndi
cate, has caused the owners of
Ulohe's public service plants to adopt
a pulley of expansion which will be
received with considerable apprecia
tion by the public.
In spite of the fear and expecta
tion that hay would fall In price at
a result of the recent action of the
Cananea company, hay shows u
srtrong upward tendency In the mar
ket. The price Is firm at $11 a ton
and there Is heavy demand. One
afford dealer last week received a
request from Globe, Arizona, for 2,-
uuu tons at a high figure.
"With the object of erecting a brew
ery thereon, to cost not less than
$50,000,- Henry Till seeks to secure
four lots from the city of Tucson,
Arizona, between Stone and Seventh
avenues. Mr. Till appeared last night
before the city council and submitted
his proposition for the purchase of
the lots to the city fathers, but final
action will not be taken until tonight.
Three thousand pounds of mall,
dUpatched from the El Paso post
office, were handled in Douglas dur
ing the month of July. This is the
result of the count of the first month
of the period of six months, ending
December 31, of this year, when all
local mall Jls to be separated and
weighed for the benefit of the statis
ticians of the .postoftice department
TWO NEW ST A It HOITKS
HAVK BEEN ESTABLISHED.
Two star mail routes have been es
tablished In New Mexico as follows:
67189. Albuquerque to Padlllas.
From Aug. 7, 1907, supply Atrlsco,
both ways, between Albuquerque
and Pajarlto, Increasing 2.75 ms.
67220. Palma to Moriarlty.
Lv P Tue and Frl 6:30 a. m.
Ar M by 3:30 p. m.
Lv M Mon and Thur 7 a. m.
Ar. P by 4 p. m.
To feel strong, have good appetite
(and digestion, Rleep soundly and en
joy me, use uuraocK mooa Hitters,
the great system tonic and'builder.
No appetite, loss of strength, nervous
ness, headache, constipation, bad breath,
general debility, sour risings, and catarrh
of the stomach are all due to Indigestion.
Kodol relieves Indigestion. This new dlscov
ery represents the natural Juice of diges
tion as they exist In a healthy stomach,
combined with the greatest known tonla
and reconstructive properties. Kodol for
dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion
and dyspepsia, but this famous remedy
helps all atomach troubles by cleansing,
purifying, sweetening and strengthening
the mucous membranes lining the stomach.
Mr. S. S. Ball, of fUveniwood, W. Vs.. uts:
" I on troubled with sour stomach for twenty lurl,
Kodol curad id end we are sow using it la mm
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W. E. MAUGEP
with Rauba and Mauser
Office, 115 North first 8t
AXBCQVERQCE. N. M.
When you want to buy, sell,
rent or exchange
Keep busy until you find
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214 W. Gold Ate.
Albuquerque New Mexico
J. D. Eakln. PrealdenL
O. Oloml, yic President.
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. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS,
But se!l the trmig-ht article a received by us front tie heat !.ni
issued to dealers onle
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Ix-t mo paper ant pn(nt yonr
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i rum pi micnuon
J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co.
D im saeona ana Lead
821 North First Street.
Torturing1 eczema spreads Its burn
In area every day. Doan'a Ointment
quickly Btops its spreading-, instantly
relieves the Itching cures It perman
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Rest American Block, per ton.. $6.50
Anthracite Nut, per ton $8.50
Anthracite Stove and Furnace
per ton $9.50
AND TOItJi 1LLO.
TERMS STRICTLY CASH.
John S. Beaven
602 80UTH FIRST STREET.
You Don t Count the Cost
when eating our pies, cakes and I
pastry, for it's small in comparison
with the satisfaction 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
JOT South First Street.
TTKSI V. A IT. VST 13, 1007.
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to mnll orders.
Phone No. 483
A. E. WALKER,
. Secretary Mutual Building Asnociat
Uon. Office at 817 West RaUreaat
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Don't Forget The
ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL
THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY,
When In need of earfi, door, frame.
CcIT'n work " "Peeialty. -103
South First street. Telephone 403
If You Want A
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. The Standard
Our work is as our name
implies, and our charges are
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