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ALBUQUERQCTE EVENING CITIZEN.
R-tTt-RDir. At'OirwT 17, 10T.
Attorney General Bonaparte
Has Strong Ideas of Fu
WashliiKlnn, D. C, August 17.
For the first time In three weeks
Attorney Oeneral Bonaparte was at
has desk at the department of Jus
tice today, and the indications are
that for the next twelve days he will
work harder at trust busting than
he has done at any time since he
took up the reins here. As soon as
Mr. Bonaparte reached his office from
Baltimore, a half dozen assistant at
torney generals and other ofHclala
wfth masses of papers and docu
ments appeared for an Interview with
him. Most of the matter which they
carried, related In one way or an
other to the proceeding of various
kinds with regard to the government's
campaign against Illegal comblna
tions. Within the next fortnight
there will toe several conferences of
much importance with the attorney
general; a number of the investigat
ing officials now In the field have been
called to Washington.
(Mr. Bonaparte will leave Washing
ton on August 24, to be gone about
a month. Most of this part of his
vacation will be spent at Ienox.
Massachusetts, from which place he
has Just returned. While Mr. Bona
parte was at Lenox he was almost as
busy as when located at the depart
ment. He had with him his secre
tary, Mr. Goss, and a great many Im
portant papers were sent to mm tor
Nothing to Say.
"Will there be criminal prosecu
tion, under the Sherman law In the
Harriman matter?" the attorney
general was asked.
That is something I cannot .!!
you anything definite about. The
department of Justice is going on with
the laudable intention to prosecute
anybody against whom It has a good
case, that is a good case to secure a
conviction for a serious offense. It
doe not care about small fry or
trifling offenses or cases in which the
outlook points to an acquittal. But
this is a statement of the general
policy of the department. Concern
ing the Harriman case I am not pre
imrpd to sneak."
"A number of printed statements
leem to indicate an intention on your
part to prosecute." It was suggested
to Mr. Bonaparte.
"I am not oulte sure how much
the newspapers have Improvised on
what I have said." he replied. "Tou
generally trust them to make it bet
ter than you say; tout I have not said
anything definite in connection with
the Harriman cases beyond the fact
that they were under careful inves
tigation." Mr: Bonaparte was ask
ed the status of several other trust
cases now pendlt g with the depart
ment. There was nothing new. he
said, concerning the smelter trust.
It being simply one of the numerous
rases that are In a state of Investi
gation. He laughed when the re
ported action against the coffin trust
"I have been asked to take un the
laundry women's trust," he said, fa
cetiously; "but I haven't heard" about
the one that makes coffins." He said
he had nothing new to give out con
cerning the coal carrying roads.
MiiiKlnrii Oil Suit.
Speaking of the suit to dissolve the
Standard Oil company. Hied at St.
Louis. Mr, Bonaparte said: "I have
a, telegram! Ifrom .M'r. Kellogg, jthey
are about to take testimony on Sep
tember 8, in New York, and that will
take some little time, prubwbly, al
though lt -will (be pushed as rapidly
Do any of the recent hnppenlngs
cause you to believe that It would be
well to strengthen the Klkins law,"
Mr. Bonn parte was asked.
"The Klklns law," he answered,
"has worked pretty well so far as
I am able to notice. We had, you
know. In the Hepburn act, that pass
ed at the last session, a provision that
was Intended to strengthen the Klk
lns law, and I am Inclined to think
thnt Just at this moment we are
tolerably well provided with a law
against rebating. What we now most
need Is an energetic use of that law,
and I do not think there is any spec
ial reason to complain on that score."
Slay Attend Convention.
Mr. Bonaparte Is not sure whether
or not he will attend the republican
state convention at Baltimore on
Wednesday, tout he will be In that city
either that day or on Thursday, when
he will probably talk over political
matters with some of the leaders.
"The republicans have an oppor
tunity,' 'he said, "but whether they
will be able to take advantage of
It or not is something that the fuure
only can show."
"What do you mean toy 'taking ad
vantage,' " he was asked.
"Whether they will be able to se
lect such candidates as will enable
them to take advantage of the un
doubted dissatisfaction there Is with
the democratic candidates. I have
every reason to believe there Is a
great deal of dissatisfaction among
certain classes of democrats."
As to Candidate.
"What course should the conven
tion pursue as to candidates."
"I could hardly say anything about
that, because I do not feel that I
have the responsibility. Two years
ago I had a good deal to do with run
ning the republican campaign; but
after the Poe amendment was defeat
ed I thought I would regard myself
as a toss' emeritus. I have acted
on that principle; and as some other
gentlemen have the responsibility of
dealing with the sltuatlpn I do not
think I ought to embarass them by
any public expression of my opinions.
Both Mr. Galther and Mr. Qolds
horough are good men. Ex-Congressman
Wm. B. Baker, of Harford
county Is also spoken of for the
nomination, but I do not know how
serious his candidacy is."
For the good of those suffering
with ecxema or other such trouble, I
wish to say, my wife had something
of that kind and after using the doc
tors' remedies for some time con
cluded to try Chamberlain's Salve and
it proved to be better than anything
she had tried. For sale by all drug
New Mexico's Twenty-Seventh Annual
Territorial Fair Association
OCTOBER 7 to 12 INCLUSIVE
ALBUQUERQUE. NKV MEXICO
Wild West In the Real West I
Best riders in the territories,
among the cowmen, will attempt
to break a bunch of "outlaw''
Exciting five-mile contests by the
most nimble riders and mounts
in the southwest
A Continuous Carnival of Dangerous Deeds and Fool-Hardy Fun
RAILWAY RATES. HALF PARE OR BETTER
J. A. WEINMAN
Anastnclo Lara Is In Jnll at Tuc
son, Arlx.. charged with stealing $10
and a slxshooter from Jose Biirga.
Two men were concerned In the hold
up, but Iora was the only one cap
tured. Xora Mae Broyles, a member of
one of the most prominent families
In Douglas, Arlx.. and John It. Still
man, who was the flrwt white child
born In Hlsbee, Ariz., and a member
of one of the first families to settle
there, were married in Severance,
Kan., last Wednesday.
The Itnro.ua Hala company, of
which Surveyor Oeneral Ingalls is
the president, and which contemplates
the development of an irrigation pro
ject In the western edge of Maricopa
county, near Salome, Ariz,, has filed
In the Turn county recorder's office
a notice of water location, covering
the point at which it Is proposed to
construct a storage reservoir. The
site of the location is designed as the
"Point of Hocks." two miles below
Word was brought from Jack
Fraser's ranch near Phoenix, Ariz.,
by the searching party that Alex
Soto had been found. After the party,
which left Mesa had looked In every
possible and Impossible place, ex
pecting to find what the coyotes had
left of Soto's skeleton, they arrived
at the ranch. There they found Soto
alive and well, but with a pair of
rather tender feet. It seems that he
went In search of some horses which
Falling five full sets or about 35
feet down a manway from the 300
foot level at the Czar shaft, at Blsbee,
Ariz., and lighting on his head and
shoulders, to get off with a bad
shaking up and an lnconsequently
scalp wound, the escape of David
Ramsey, a young miner, this morn
ing. Is considered as little less than
marvelous. Ramsey who was en
gaged In his work near the head of
the manway, slipped in some manner
and fell headlong down the opening.
As he fell he gave himself up for
lost and screamed once. After going
five sets he alighted on his head and
shoulder In a pile of sulphide ore at
the bottom of the manway.
Articles of the following corpora
tions were filed In the office of the
county recorder at Phoenix, Ariz.:
Radial Bearing company, capital
stock, $1,000,0011, Incorporators, Wm.
J. Brewer, Ills L. Pierson, W. S. Paf
fenberger, H. A. Seiner; Modos Oil
and Development company, capital
stock, $1,500,000. incorporators. H.
O. Betts, O. B. Daniels, B. C. Mayo;
Massey Gold Mining company, capi
tal stock, $50,000. Incorporators, A.
O. Massey, H. J. Whltmore, Charles
Campbell, A. C. Kellogg, O. Smith.
S. A. Pawley, Dan Van Wagenen:
Consolidated Machine Company and
Iron Works, capital Btock. $5,000,000,
Incorporators, Lloyd B. Christy, Har
rv Kay, J. J. Rlggs, J. S. Jenckes, K.
W. W. Porter; St. Paul and Pacific
Timber Syndicate, capital stock, $3.
000,000, Incorporators, Bryan R.
Don, C. K. Green, J. H. Mitchell.
1 1 1
JAY A. HUBBS
FAIR GROUND PRIVILEGES
Bids will be received by the asso
ciation, at the office of "The Big
Fair," until September 1, 1907. for
the following exclusive privileges on
the fair grounds during the 27th an
nual New Mexico territorial fair, Oc
tober 7-12, 1907:
Program and score card.
Ho ft drinks, cnnly, peanuts, pop
corn, chewing gum, etc., for grand
stand and quarter stretch.
Ice cream cones for grand stand
and quarter utretch.
Bar under grand stand.
Small stand for hnmburgers, red
hots, etc., under grand stand.
And for many non-exclusive privi
leges for the grounds outside of the
grand stand and quarter stretch.
Buyers of exclusive are allowed
one stand on the grounds for each
Foot peddlers selling good on the
grounds, from stands, will be charged
live dollars ($5.00) per man.
Ten per cent of bid must accom
pany proposals for exclusive privi
lege's and an additional 25 per cent
mut be paid when bid Is accepted,
the first payment on all unaccepted
bids to be returned Immediately after
September 1, but both payments to
be forfeited to the association If bal
ance of accepted bid is not paid, at
the office of the association, on or
before 9 o'clock Monday morning,
October 7th, 1907.
The association reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
JAY A. HTTBBS.
Non-exclusive privileges for the
streets of the city of Albuquerque,
during fair week, October 7-12, 1907,
will be offered by the 27th annual
New Mexico Territorial Fair associa
tion at the rate of fifteen dollars
($15) for small stands, small tents,
etc., and twenty-five dollars ($25)
for shooting galleries, dance pavil
One half of the amout Is payable
at the office of "The Big Fair," Mon
day, October 7th, 1907, and the bal
ance not later than 10 o'clock, Thurs
day morning, October 10th, 1907.
The usual classifications will be
followed In determining what each
stand may offer for sale.
Bids on the exclusive privilege ior
confetti will be received by the as
sociation until September 1, 1907.
Ten per cent of bid must accom
pany proposals for confetti and en
additional 25 per cent must be paid
when bid Is accepted, the first pay
ment on. all unaccepted bids ty be re
turned Immediately after September
1st, but both payments on the ac
cepted bid to be forfeited to the as
sociation If balance of bid is not paid
at the office of "The Big Fair" on or
before 9 o'clock, Monday morning,
October 7, 1907.
Stands may send out foot peddlers
who will be charged five dollars
($5.00) per man.
The association reserves the right
to reject any or all bids.
The fair colors are cardinal and
No grafting, of any nature, will be
allowed. JAY A. HUBBS;
Him Pull Leather!
Though plenty attempt it, not
one buster in a thousand can stay
on a real bucking bull
"Gallo" racing, "Palitto" or native
"shinny", pony and burro races,
ROY A. STAMM
Thirty Miles of Roadbed Com
plete as Far as
Roswell, N. M., August 17 (So
dill) George M. Slaughter, presi
dent of the American National bank
of this place, returned today from
Hereford, Texas, where he was called
to attend a meeting of the promot
ers of the Panhandle Miortllne rail
way. The new line Is now graded as
far as plmmltt, Texas, a distance of
over thirty miles. The line Is to be
built through to Lubbock, Texaa, a
distance of 210 miles. The right of
way and good bonuses have been se
cured. The cost of grading Is esti
mated at $1,000 a mile and enough
of bonus has been secured to pay the
entire cost of grading, the bonus
given by the towns and country
through which the road passes be
ing guaranteed by responsible banks.
J. L. Fuqua, president of the Here
ford National bank, is president of
the board of directors of the new
railway. J. H. Ransom was the or
iginal promoter. At the meeting
held yesterday Mr. Ransom was
given a large block of the stock of
the company and the direction of the
road passes into the hands of the
board of directors,
Arrangements were made at this
meeting to bond the proposed line,
the Texas laws giving a promoting
company the privilege of bonding for
further construction after the first
twenty miles has beer graded.
This new line of railway will open
up one of the richest portions of the
Panhandle country. Mr. Slaughter's
ranch will be entered by the road
and his property will be greatly en
hanced In value. His bonus to the
road Individually was $50,000.
For an Impaired Appetite.
To Improve the appetite and
strengthen the digestion try a few
doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and
Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Seitz. of De
troit, Mich., says: "They restored my
appetite when Impaired, relieved me
of a bloated feeling and caused a
pleasant and satisfactory movement
of the bowels." Price 25 cents. Sam
ples free. All druggists.
Piles get quIcK ana certain relief
from Dr. Shoop's Magic Ointment.
Please note it is made alone for
Piles, and its action is positive and
certain. Itching, painful, protruding
or blind piles disappear like magic by
Its use. Large nickel-capped glass
Jars 60 cents. Sold by alt dealers.
There's nothing so. good for a sore
throat as Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil.
Cures It In a few hours. Relieves any
pain in any part
TOO MUCH! MONEY?
A certain man opened checking Account
with u$ not Ion? fco. He deposited in the
Bank what cash he had, and paid all bills
by check. Before long:, he discovered that he
was earning; enough and spending- too much.
His checking- account gave him a complete
record of all receipts and expenditures. To
tay, this man is saving regularly because he
opened a clucking account with us. You
can have the same experience at no expense
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
Albuquerque. New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200 000
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
Capital and surplus. $100,000
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, MEW MEXICO
omcritm and oiitmctorb
JOSHUA 8. RATNOLB8 Prwldamt
M. W. FLOURNOY Vie) Prcaldenl
FRANK lfcKU ,...Cmlii
R. A. FROST AsslaUnt Caahlar
H- F. RAYNOLDl Director
u. m. omomirotrr
Atuhorlied Capital fS09.Mf.tf
Paid Up Capital. Sorplu and Profits $25,600.H
Depository far Atcklsaa, Topeka ft Saata F Railway Company
A BANK FOR.
ALL THE PEOPLE
ALL THE TIME
STATE NATIONAL BANK
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