filE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN TUESDAY JUNE 16 19031
pumping on ranches, thus embarrass-'
Ins stock farmers who need to pump
from wells; and also preventing the
development of orchards, through the
high price of fuel.
The New Mexico legislature of last
year sought to provide some measures
to prevent a corporation that does
business through a charter privilege
from restricting trade by oppressing
merchants who may exercise a right
to buy where they can purchase
cheapest. Only competition or legis
lation can Influence the Standard Oil
company to be measurably honest In
Fifty Yearc the Standard
..Albuquerque 'g Largest Store..
He will tell you
That barley -malt is a
half-digested food, as good
as food can be.
That hops are an ex-
That the little alcohol in
beer only 8j4 per cent
is an aid to digestion.
Dut he will tell you that
beer must be protected
from germs, and brewed
in ?bsolute cleanliness.
He'll say, too, that age
is important, for age brings
Without it, beer ferments
on the stomach, causing
Schlitz beer is brewed with all ,
precautions. It is the recog- I
nized standard all the world
over, because of its purity.
Askor the Drrwery Bottling, f '
Ill Bnnth Flrt St.. An torn ml 0
'flume Ho. M, Albuquerque.
THE BEER THAT MADE MILWAUKEE FAMOUS
Now the Standard Oil Company Robs
IS THERE NO REMEDY?
From the El Paso News.
The merchants of New Mexico con
tinue to pay whatever the Continental
Oil company demands. Just because
they have not enough nerve to buy
oil by the carloads from a competitor
and risk having the ocopus' product
given away under their noses.
And the people have to pay ten
cents more per gallon for oil and gaso
line than El Pasoans pay for the stuff
although the supply often comes from
the same wells.
The company that supplies El Paso
dealers and that which controls New
Mexico territory are under the control
of the Standard Oil company and nei
ther can invade the territory of the
other, that is sold to merchants out
side of Its own territory.
Now that the New Mexico Inspec
tion law has been repealed, a New
Mexico dealer could buy from an El
Paso dealer, perhaps, and ship Into
New Mexico, raying a profit here, and
paying local freight rates from this
city but this would probably bring the
price up to the figures of the Conti
nental. And If not. the parent corporation
would probably cause the Texas com
pany to cease selling to the El Paso
dealer who should be found supplying
the New Mexican merchant.
The New Mexico general agent jeal
ously guards any infringement from
Ei Paso and is here frequently en
route up the El Paso & Northeastern
railway, or to the Pecos valley, to see
that all shipments Into the territory
shall be upon his orders.
In the Pecos valley some years ao
Independent purchases were maile
from the Colorado refinery afterwards
grabbed by the octopus, but a threat
to cut juices resulted in the independ
ent buyers mk climbing, for a price
In Texas, only thj fear of the low
price and the dread of retaliatory
legislation keeps pi ices lower than
those granted to New Mexico, where,
until at the last legislative session,
the whisper of the New Mexico agent
of the Standard was effective In main
taining inspection law; that made
the consumers pay fees. Indirectly,
and served to pr vent importations
because inspection was not easy to
secure for any independent shipment
while oil shipped in by the Continen
tal was O. k'd upon sanction by the
inspector without nctual inspection by
the official named for that duty by the
As a result of the corporation'
pKi-d. the Nevv Mexicans not only
pay t n cents more per gallon for Il
luminating fluid, than Texaus pay,
but must also pny the same extor
tionate price foi gasiliiu- used for
Fred J. Carleton Dead.
The hand of death has been busy
here In Albuquerque the past week,
lst night at 6 'oclock It claimed Fred
J. Carleton at the homo of his parents,
No. lone North Fourth street. "
The deceased was carried off by that
dreaded disease, consumption He had
come here with his mother and father
about a year ago from Lawrence, Iowa,
to see If the disease could not be
checked. But like many others he
came too late, so that the mighty hand
of sunshine could not cure him. He
was only 23 years old.
The funeral will take place at 2
o'clock Wednesday at the undertaking
parlors of J. W. Edwards. Rev. Mr.
Fisher, of the Lead Avenue Methodist
church, will officiate. The remains
will be buried In the Fairview ceme
tery. The parents of the deceased have
the sympathy of all in this sad hour
Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and
The uniform success of this remedy
as made it the most popular prepara
.on in use for bowel complaints. It Is
verywhere recognized as the one
emedy that can always he depended
pon and that is pleasant to take. It
s especially valuable for summer
liarrhoea in children and Is undoubt
edly the means of saving the lives of
a great many children each year. For
sale by all druggists.
ARRIVALS AT THE HOTELS.
A. P. Mc Ginnls, A. H. Smith, Los
Angeles; H. C. Phillips, La Junta; J.
A. Norris, wife and child. Glen Cove,
New York; G. E. Cox and wife, Wins
low; J. A. Karnheim, Boston; Jno. D.
Wilson, St. Louis; S. W. Wheelock,
Robt. Kelly, Denver; G. W. Stolle,
Philadelphia; G. W. Schmidt, Jr.,
Brooklyn; A. J. Sampson, Rocky
Ford; E. Helm, San Francisco; G.
Lippman, O. I). Banks, Arthur C. Bur
gess. New Yo.-k; J, T. Reynolds, Las
duces; R. S, Mandacy, Chicago.
Samuel Locke, Magdalena; M.
Schott, St. Louis; R. C. Vose. C. H.
Kimball, San Francisco; M. Baca, E.
Baca, Pena Blanca; I. N. Wheat ley,
Los Angeles; B. J. McGuire, Belen;
H. E. Campbell, Arizona; O. A. Han
sen, Denver; B. H. Newlee, Las Ve
gas; John H. Hicks, Santa Rosa, N.
M.; C. H. Corbett, Saginaw; Isidor
Cohn, J. H. Thompson, J. P. Good
lander, T. O. Kyles, St. Louis.
J. N. Carroll, Dallas; George Farls,
G. W. Irwin, Winslow; Will Wright,
Las Vegas; William Savey, Seattle,
Wash.; C. D. Flowers, El Paso.
Thomas Frankenhoff. Riverside,
Food Did It.
After using laxative and cathartic
medicines from childhood a case of
chronic and apparently Incurable con
stipation yielded to the scientific food
Grape-Nuts in a few days. "From
early childhood I suffered with such
terrible constipation that I had to
use laxatives continuously going from
one drug to another ami suffering
more or less all the time.
"A prominent physician whom I con
sulted told me the muscles of the di
et stive organs were partially para
lyzed ami could not perform their
work without help of some kind, so I
have tried at different times about
every laxative and cathartic known,
but found no help that was at all perm
anent. I hail finally become discour
aged and had given my case up as
hopeless when I began to use the plc
digestcd food. Grape-Nuts.
"Although I had not expected this
j food to help my trouble to my great
sin pi ise iira;e-.iiis digested immedi
ately from the first and In a few days
I was convinced t hat this was just
what my system needed.
"The bowels performed their func
tions regularly, ami I am now com
pletely and permanently cured of this
"Truly the ;;over of scientific food
must be unlimited.' Name given by
ICstum Co.. Battle Creek. Mich.
There is a reason.
I Healthful desserts are just as easy
ns the bad kind. For further panic
I u'ars see the little recipe book in each
1 pa. I. age of Grape-Nuts.
Highest Honors World's Fair.
Highest Tests U. Si Gov't Chemists
PRICE BAKING POWDER CO CHICAGO,
Day Ticket Agent C. W. Carpenter
and wife, and her sister, arrived this
morning from Newton, Kas.
Engineer Jess Irwin, after a siege of
sickness of several months' duration,
has recovered and is back at his post
Ed Bowie, of Gallup, Joined the sur
veying corps which his brother, Alex
has been working for the past year
near Congress, Arizona.
John Rcul), engineer on the Santa
Fe pacific, has received a leave of al
sence, and with his family will visit
Tojeka relatives and iriends.
Joe Ward, night operator of the San
ta Fe railroad company at Flagstaff,
accompanied by his wife, left for a few
days' visit in Los Angeles. Cal.
G. W. Dearing, of Ixs Angeles, has
accepted the position of night operator
at the Holbrook depot. He takes G.
W. Hathaway 's place, and the latter
takes the day position formerly held
by R. D. Wiley.
E. E. Clark, president of the Broth
erhood of Railway Conductors, will
succeed Carroll Wright as commis
sioner of labor. Mr. Clark is known
throughout the United States for his
efforts In behalf of the workingnien.
The gross earnings of the railroads
of the United States in 1902 amounted
to $1,588,526,037. Over a million per
sons were employed In conducting this
vast business, and they earned wages
and salaries to the amount of $010,713,
It Is reported from San Frauclseo
that the Southern Pacific will aban
don the pay car, and pay off ail em
ployes by check. If this Is done the
employes should get their pay a week
or so earlier than they have hereto
fore. T. J. Klase, of Crawford, New Jer
sey, arrived in Dcming and took a po
sition with the Southern Pacific as
clerk in the freight department. Mr.
Klase, wtho Is a nephew of N. A. Bol
Ich, sems to like this country already,
and will no doubt remain in New Mex
ico. It is announced that construction
will soon begin on the Vernon, Itoswell
& El Paso railroad, which is said to be
a Rock Island-Frisco project, says an
Austin. Texas, dispatch. The survey
from this line is now being made from
Vernon. Texas, to Alamogordo, N. M.,
a distance of about 3mi miles. At Ver
non the road will connect with the
Blackwcll, Enid Southwestern line
of the Frisco, and at Alamogordo it
will connect with the El Paso line of
the Rock Island.
The Dcming Headlight say: There
Is a well founded rumor in this city
t hat still another railroad is projected
to come to this city, and that within a
short time a road from some point in
Arizona that taps the Salt River valley
will be built to Demiug. 'Tis said tuat
the road is 1-elug surveyed and work
will soon commence. Phelps, Doilire &
Co. are teported as being the power
behind this scheme. There Is an un
limited amount of room here for all
the roads that care to build to this
j point and Iteming will extend the dad
I band to all. So let them (nine. More
Albert I-opez, a colored youth from
obi town, was In court tills morning.
He drank too much fire water yester
day, and Jmle Ciaw ford gave him
five days for reflection.
YESTERDAY'S BALL GAMES.
At Pittsburg R H E
Pittsburg 3 6 2
Chicago 0 1 1
Batteries: Lcever and Phelps; Men
e ee and Kling.
At Cincinnati R II E
Cincinnati 44 10 1
St. iMuis 3 9 2
Batteries: Ewing and Bergen;
Rhodes and O Nell.
At Washington R H E
Washington 2 7 0
Detroit 1 4 3
Batteries: Patten and Drill; Mullen
At Philadelphia R H E
St. Louis 1 3 2
Philadelphia 2 9 1
Batteries: Donahue and Kahoe;
Plank and Powers.
Boston-Cleveland game postponed on
account of rain.
At New York
Chicago-New York game postponed
on account of wet grounds.
At St. Joseph R H E
Colorado Springs 0 5 0
St. Joseph 7 144 0
Batteries: Jones and Doran; Glade
At Kansas City It H E
Kansas City 14 14 2
Denver 6 It 6
Batteries: Cable and Ullrich; Bar
ber, Bosler, Schlei and Latimer.
At Peoria R H E
Peoria 8 11 1
Omaha 0 3 3
Batteries: Olmstead and Wilson;
Milton and Gonding.
At Milwaukee R H E
Milwaukee 9 12 0
Des Moines 8 17 1
Batteries: Sworinstedt, McPhcrson
and Lucia; Cushmau and Fohl.
Columbus 4 6
Kansas City 3
IMPORTANT SCIENTIFIC DIS
COVERY. A Clinical Preparation That Positively
Kills the Dandruff Germ.
A most Important discovery has
been made after a year's patient lab
oratory work aimed In a certain direc
tion it is Newbro's Herpicide, a prep
aration that cures baldness, prevents
falling hair, and speedily and perma
nently eradi ates dandruff. These
evils are canned by a germ or parasite
that burrows into the scalp, throwing
no dandruff, as it seeks to sap the life
( f the hair at the root. There's no
l abile ss without falling or thin ha!r,
no thin hair without dandruff, and no
dandruff if the germ is destroyed.
Newbro's I lei piei.ie Is the only prepa
ration that will do the work. "lie.
stroy the can-c, you remove the if
fut." "Sold by leading drngglsts. Fend
10c In stamps for samide to The Her
picide Co., Detroit. Mich. B. H. Kriggs
& Co., special agents.
D. WEILLER & CO.,
Agents for tne finest brands of all
kinds of gioce. ies In the territory. The
Gold avenue grocers.
Those who attended our last week's muslin underwear sale will know that this sale means
another favorable opportunity to secure excellent values in high grade merchandise. The
i, greatest sale in the history of this store's sales was our sale of undermuslins, even greater
than we expected. The success was due to the fact that there are so many styles in the dif
ferent line of prices lower than lingerie has ever been sold in this city belore this event.
t able Materials, from the sheer
Organdies to the ever serviceable Ginghams, to be sold at SALK PRICES this early in
in the summer season. On account of limited space we cannot go into details as to what the
different specials consist of, or their worthy merits as special values, but you can get the
correct information and see for yourself the great values as they are displayed in our wash
goods department and throughout the store. Hy a visit to Albuquerque's largest store.
...L MLFELD &
300 - 302 - 304 - 306
San Francisco and return $55.00
Los Angeles or Redondo 35.00
Santa Monica, Long Beach or
East San Pedro 35. Oi
San Diego, Coronado Beach.. 35.00
For further Information call at ticket office
F. L.Myers, Santa Fe Ticket Agent, Albuquerque.jN. M.
irfit'ttin.t ur ulnMuiim
i.f in im on n-f mlrttnr
l':tii)!on, biitl not aatna
Kent or rw.i.otit.im.
ftwld bj llrUKfUlt,
or iit in pin. writpp',
iprBM, )trftpnil, for
I .no. r a lmitt
C ircular Mnt on rouuest-
"Grand Canyon Illuminated Mounu,"
"Lesser Platinum Printa" on sale at
Santa Fe ticket office for 25 cents. Call
and see samples. F. L. Myers, agent.
The Citizen Is the people's paper. It
contains the news, too.
DeWitt's ft",.? Safvo
For Piles, Burns. Sores.
Railroad Time Tables
Denver & Rio Grande System
SANTA FE BRANCH.
Time Tsble No. 71.
(Effective Wednesday, April 1, 1903.)
TTuu am,Lv.. .Sauta Fe...Ar 6:20 pm
U:uuaui Depanola j 8:UUpin
l:U5piu Eiuliudo 1:05 pm
3: 40 pm. . .Tres 1'iedraa. . . 10:05 am
ti:3opuij Antonito j 7:35 aui
S:50piuj Alamoua j 6:10atn
3:05am; Pueblo I 1:37am
7:15 am Ar... Denver ...I.vj 9:30 pm
Trains run daily except Sunday.
Connects with main line trains at
Antuiiilo for Durango, Kilverton and
points weat, at Alamosa for Denver,
Colorado Sin iiiKs, I'ueMo and luterme
diutu points, also with narrow guage
via Saliila for same points via the
i.vJYAL CIOIKJli line and for a!l points
on the Crcedo branch, at Puehlo and
Salida for all points cast or west and
at Denver for all points east.
For rates, sleeping car reservations,
etc., call on or address,
J. B. DAVIS,
Asfiit, Santa Fe, N. M.
S. K. IIOOI'KK,
den. I'.iss and Ticlivt, Af,-t.,
2 4 V 1'iui ft., y
.yiTHt Evans Chemioi Co.
Wt C RCINNAn.O F"t
v i'.s.- 2 r
Commencing Friday, June
- 303 - 310 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
THE PACIFIC COAST
Subscribe for The Citizen.
In BHaot', November
ARRIVE FROM TMB1 Mnnitl
No. 1, California Express.... 7:16 p.m.
No. 7,Mex. Cal. K pres. .10:06 p.m.
No. 3. California Limited.... 10:40a.m.
LEAVE GOING NORTH.
No. 2. Atlantic Express l:S0aun.
No. 4, Chicago Limited 12:09 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Express 7:80 p.m.
ARRIVES FROM SOUTH.
So. 22. Atlantic Kxprese 7:10 .m.
LEAVES OOINO SOUTH.
No. 27, Mexico Express . ....11:00 pm.
ARRIVE FROM WEST.
No. 2, Atlantic Express 8:0Sa.m
No. 4, Chicago Limited 11:69 p.m.
No. 8, Chicago Express 6:45 p.m.
LEAVE GOINO WEST.
No. 1, California Express.... 8:15p.m.
No. 3, California Limited. . . .11:00 a.m.
So. 7, Mex. A Cal. Express. .10:45 p.m.
No. 7 will carry mall from the aat
inrt No. 2 from the west.
The No. 8 and No. 4 are the limited
and they arrive dally.
Local freight No. 99, going south,
V. k. UTER3. Agent
i HOTEL CLAIRE...
SANTA FE, N. M
FIRE PROOF, ELECTRIC
LIGHTED, STEAM HEATED,
BATHS AND SANITARY
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM
FOR COMMERCIAL MEN.
AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN
GFO. L ELLIS,
Proprietor and Owner.
UecreUry Mutual Bulldlag Aseoelatloa
Offlceat J. C. Baldridfe'a Lister Tare"
0HH TIME TABLE
will be this sale of Wash Fabrics
with the thousand after thousand
yards of new dainty Dainty Wash-
..Dates of SaleEvery Tueoaay,
Thursday and Saturday during months
of May, June, July, August and Sep
tember. Limit November SO, 1Mt
Stopover within limit of ticket
and west of Baretow.
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Proprietor of the Summer
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