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TIIE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1903.
3 t - WARNING Tfl UnMRffrEITC Hydrographer Newell Says Two Com panies Are Swindling Settlers. THEY SHOULD BE WATCHED. A special dispatch from Washington under date of June 22, says: Hydrographer Newell of the geolog ical survey. In rhir!p 'f : jvernment lrrlgatic: . -.ks, itturned from Denver and the west today. He Is pleased with the progress of Investigations and surveys on the Gunnison river, Colora do, project, and has directed the field party to devote much of the summpr mapping the irrigable lands situated 80 as to be reclaimed by water from the Gunnison river. Engineers are still at work adjusting the line of the canal, determining tho exact slope and diameter that will give the best results. Other representatives of the interior department have taken up the question of land titles with a view to insuring to the government all lands actually needed for its rights of way. ThesG agents are also procur ing agreements from owners of lands within the proposed Irrigated district signifying their willingness and pledg ing themselves to bear their share of the expense of getting the water through the mountains and onto their lands, as well as adjoining public lands. Mr. Newell expects to have all ques tions of land title adjusted by the close of the present season, and on the In formation gathered in the field to be able to begin work on plans for the tunnel and distributing canals early in the winter. Hydrograplier Newell alBO reports the discovery ot a new and successful money making scheme that has grown up under the national irrigation law and which Is being profitably worked throughoue the weBt. Speaking of the find, Mr. Newell said: "I was very much disheartened while west to find that associations for a con. sideration ranging from $50 to $100, are advertising by circulars and other wise to direct homeseekers to vacant public land which they say Is to be re claimed by the national government. These associations pretend that they are formed to represent homeseekers and propose to give them 'inside in formation.' They have no Inside in formation. They do not know what lands the government intends to irri gate, for no one knows that, not even the department. They simply defraud susceptible people; they are taking money for valueless service, and they are doing Injury to their victims. They are sending people onto lands that will never be irrigated either by the gov ernment or by private enterprise, and I know of an Instance where these as sociations have pointed out to three victims lands ou hillsides which could not possibly be irrigated. "I want to stamp these associations as frauds and warn all homeseekers to avoid them. One of these companies has headquarters at Omaha and an other at Pendleton, Ore., but their op erations extend over the entire arid west, and they are pretending to give 'inside information' concerning arid lands in every state entitled to bene fits under the general reclamation law." ALBUQUERQUE A FINE CITY. Editor Lapoint, of the Lai Cruces Cit izen, Has a Few Words to Say. Iast week the first time in eight years we took a run up to the Duke city, and found many new and hand some improvements. The city proper is four miles long by two and a half wide. Most of the edifices are of modern structure, and not only in its radius, but as far as one's sight can reach on all sides, it is covered with magnificent shade trees, flowers and shrubbery. The depot represents an ancient Spanish castle and covers atiout two blocks, where an elegant hotel, rail road office and all other business per V taining to the railroad company Is lo cated. The whole structure is sur rounded ly brick walks, lawns and at night is lighted by electricity. It is well worth seeing. ) The constant rains, while there, pre vented our visiting its many institu tions, woolen and saw mills and other industries; therefore had to content ourselves with lots of political gossip, and judging from talk, and taking an impartial view, the county and city will give, not so large, but a good re publican majority. Although, it was said, by the crea tion of the new county of Sandoval, and no doubt desired by a few who would like to take charge of the pie counter, that the Hulibells had seen their day. It isn't so, as Tom is the best sheriff Be'rnalillo county ever had, and the people apiear to he well sat isfied with his administration. Frank, his brother, is a newspaper man, and is Interested with the best and most ably edited Spanish paper in that Aniinh. T Tl . . , , , mi..... Jk VWUH,i iMuuri a siiun icaua. 1 lit j both own laree sheen and cattle ranch es, and employ many people. Oesides, they are both genial gentlemen, and their friends compose the majority of the city and county. Las Cruces Citizen. Chamberlain s Co'ic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. The uniform success of this remedy as made it the most popular prepara ion in use for bowel complaints. It is verywhere recognized as the one emedy that can always be depended pen and that is pleasant to take. It s especially valuable for summer liarrhoea in children and is undoubt edly the means or saving the lives of a great many children each year. For tale 1 y all druggists. ON THE BEAT. He loat the butcher every day; He beat the corner grocer. If any one asked "will you pay?" His prompt reply was "No, sir!" And any one he chanced to meet Soon came to understand He was a beat who was a beat A beat to beat the band. He !eat the bars, he beat the cars, The owner of his fiat But when he came to leating rugs, He let his wife do that. Chicago News Ladies and Children Invited. All ladies and children who canno stand the shocking strain of laxatlvj syrups, cathartics, etc., are Invited to try the famous Little Early Risers. They are different from all other pills, luey do not purge ue system. Even a double dose will not gripe, weaken or sicken; many people call them the Easy Pill. W. H. Howell, Houston, Tex., says nothing better can be use for constipation, sick headache, etc. Bob Moore, i-Afayette,. Ind., says all others gripe and sicken, while Lie Witt's Little Early Risers do their work well and easy. Sold by B. H. Brlggs & Co. and S. Vann & Son. a PLAN ROAD FOR MEXICO. Sonora, Chihuahua & Monterey Road Promoters Meet in Denver. The promoters of the new transcon tinental Mexican railroad, the Sonora, Chihuahua and Monterey, met in Den ver to perfect plans for beginning work on the new road. The projectors include such prominent Coloradoans as former Judge Luther M. Goddard, former Governor J. B. Orman, Frank P. Bertschy, George Adams and E. F. Arthur. J. B. Robertson, builder of the Mexican Central and other well known railroad men, are also interest ed. The plans of the company will not be announced for some time, though it Is stated that preparations are un der way for commencing active work. Though the route has not been defin itely decided on. It is understood that it will begin Bomewhere on the Ari zona bofder, and run southwest to Guaymas, thence east through Chihua hua to the city of Monteray. a distance of alKut 800 miles. The affairs of another Mexican rail road built chiefly by Colorado men are just about being closed up, the road having been successfully built and sold to the Mexican Central. Col. J. H. Hampson, president of the Mexico, Cuernavaca & Pacific, reached Denver Monday In his private car to attend a meeting of the directors of the road, to be held for the purpose of closing up its affairs. The Mexlco-Acapulco Construction company, which built the read, will also be discontinued, as its object has been accomplished. BRAIN BUILDING. How to Feed Nervous Cases. Hysteria sometimes leads to insanity and should be treated through feeding the brain and nerves upon scientifical ly selected food that restores the lost delicate gray matter. Proof of the pow er of the brain food Grape-Nuts is re markably strong. "About eight years ago when work ing very hard as a court stenographer I collapsed physically and then ner vously and was taken to the state hos pital for the insane at Lincoln, Neb., a raving maniac. "They had to keep me In a strait jacket, and I was kept in the worst ward for three months. I was finally dismissed in the following May but did no brain work for years until last fall, when I was persuaded to take the tes timony In two cases One of these was a murder case and the strain upon my nervous system was so great that I would have broken down again except for the strength I had built up by the use of Grape-Nuts. When I began to feel the pressure of the work on my brain and nerves I simply increased the amount of Grape-Nuts and used the food more regularly. "I now feel like my old self again and am healthy and happy. I am sure that if I had known of Grape-Nuts when I had my trouble eight years ago I would never have collapsed and this dark spot In my life would never have happened. Grape-Nuts' power as a brain food Is simply wonderful and I do not believe any stomach is so weak that It cannot digest this wonderful food. I feel a delicacy about having my name appear In public, but If you think It would help any poor sufferer you can use it. Name given by Pos turn Co., Battle Creek, Mich. There are desperts and desserts. The delicious health-giving kind are told about in the little recipe book found In each package of Grape-Nuts. Fifty Years V SAM NTOvTMBB Awarded Highest Honors World's Fair. Highest Tests U. S, Gov't Chemists PRICE BAKING POWDER CO- CHICAGO. RAILROAD NOTES. C. M. Taylor, a prominent railroad official of l.a Junta, Is In the city on business, and was noticed around the local shops this morning. The Santa Fe lost 443 carloads of merchandise by damage In the Kansas flood. It Is estimated that the losses will average $1,000 per car, of $443, 000. H. L. Huntington says that he will spend $30,000,000 to parallel the coast lines of the Southern Pacific from Los Angeles to San Francisco with trolley lines. It is reported that Harrlman In terests are endeavoring to make a compromise. Engines 841, 796, 374 and 742 have been run In off the road and will un dergo a thorough repairing. Engine 376, which has been In the repair shops some time, was turned out yes terday and is again doing duty on the Rio Grande division. Joe Richards, the cigar merchant, has at his store a gold Brotherhood of Locomotive Fireman pin, which was found yesterday in front of his place of business. The person losing such pin may claim it by calling at the Richards' cigar store. The New Mexican says: Suit was filed In the First district court for Rio Arrll county yesterday by A. B. Ren ehan, counsel for Mrs. Catherine Stephens, administratrix of the estate of the late Lewis Cooley of Rio Arril county vs. the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad company. The plaintiff al leges that deceased lost his life while employed as brakeman on the Denver & Rio Grande, and that the accident was due to the carelessness or incom petency of some employe of the road whose name Is not mentioned. The accident occurred at Lumlerton In 19i2. Damage in the sum of $1,250 is asked. ANNABLE-BAHR. Fred L. Annable and Miss Lulu Claire Bahr Married. At 12 o'clock, noon, Tuesday, at San Bernardino, Fred L. Annable and Miss Lulu Claire Bahr, were made hnsland and wife, the Rev. Mark B. Shaw pro nouncing the words. Mr. Annable is the chief clerk in Superintendent I. L. Hibbard's office at Winslow. Miss Bahr U well known In San Bernardino coun ty, having Ieen county superintendent of schools at one time. The happy cou ple will le at home in Winslow, Ari zona, after July 15. Among the guests present at the ceremony were Mrs. J. I). Stack, at one time a teacher in the Needles school; Philip C. Allen, train master of the Santa Fe at this point for a numlier of years, and Rufus Goodrich, now stenographer for Sup erintendent I. L. Hlbbard at Winslow, but for several years holding a like k sition with John Denair. MERCANTILE RAISES. Third List of Tax Assessment Raises Submitted by the Assessor. Assessor Albright, at the meeting of the county commissioners the other day, submitted the third list of tax as sessment raises, whereupon the fol lowing resolution was Introduced and passed by the board: Resolved, That the clerk be Instruct, ed to notify tho following persons of changes In their assessments for 1903. and further notify said persons that the board will meet Monday, June 29, 1903, to hear complaints on such changes: Albuquerque Hardware Co $1,000 B. J. Barcat COO tho Standard J. W. Bennett B H. Briggs & Co S. Benjamin & Co D. H. Boatrigiit Brockmeier & Cox Bachechi & GlomI E. B. Booth Arthur Everett H. E. Fox W. V. Futrelle Albert Faber 500 400 500 C00 5.10 1,200 300 1,000 1.000 1,200 1,000 2.000 300 1,000 3,000 500 500 3,000 1,500 600 300 500 500 600 6,000 250 3.000 500 1.200 1,000 250 2,000 250 750 800 3.000 200 2.800 300 Grunsfeld Bros C. A. Hudson Hyde Exploring Co B. Ilfeld & Co Jaffa Grocery Co (, Jos. T. Johnson Jacob KOrber L. Kempenlch Wm. Kleke T. Y. Maynard Chas. May Crtlz & Co J. H. O RIelly & Co L. B. Putney J. F. Palmer t E. J. Post ft Co. .' Rosenwald Bros Roihenberg & Schloss Cigar Co. Leon B. Stern Isidro Sandoval O. W. Strong & Sons J. A. Skinner Toti & Gradi S. Vann & Son Whitney Co D. Welller & Co E. L. Washburn G. Badaracco Pa X sYl 0 Why &J Pay as Much for an inferior beer i Schlitz beer cotti twice what common beer com in the brewing. One-hilf piyi for the product; the other half for itt purity. One-half u (pent in cleanliness, in filtering even the air that touches it, in filtering the beer, in ster ilizing every bottle. And it pays the cost of aging the beer for months before we deliver it. If you ask for Schlitz you get purity and age, you pay no more than beer costs without them. Ask for tu Brrwirj Betthng. Mollnl Ekln. Ill Boulli Kir.t St., Automatic Tbua &o. DM, iba4urju. ..Albuquerque's Largest Store.. ON HERE IN THE FUTURE YOU WILL FIND RARE BARGAINS FOR IT IS OUR INTENTION TO KEEP THIS ONE SECTION AN ATTRACTIVE PLACE FOR ALERT 8HOPPERS. This Turkish Towels regu- Allover Laces regular Ladles' Shirt Waists Ladies Lace Lisle ifoev lar value 10c. 60c yard regular price 76c regular 60c grade Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Pries Bargain Table Price 5 each 29 yd 25d Ladles Gingham Aprons Ladles' Muslin Drawers lawns fancy designs Ready Made Sheet regular price 25c regular 25c Quality regular value 10c regular value 60o Bargain Table Pries Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Price Bargain Tabic Prlc 18 19 P'r 8 13t 50 Children's Summer Torchon Laces in to Ladles' Stocks and Ladles' Bretelle White Vests and Drawers 31n. regular price 10 T u movers regular Aprons regular price regular 25c grade. yard value 60c 60c Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Price Bargain Table Price 12'a to 17,e 5 35 37ia ... ZS. OLIFIELD & a 300-302-304-306-308-310&WEST RAILROAD A VENUE Summer TO San Francisco and return $55.00 Los Angeles or Redondo 35.00 Santa Monica, Long Beach or East 8an Pedro 35.04 8an Diego, Coronado Beach.. 35.00 For further Information call at ticket office ' F. L. Myers, Santa Fe Ticket Agent, Albuquerque, N. M, MErUilJWlMEN. I' Bin 1 fot nnnnturi iliwhftr it. tiittnimt ii Irrttntiutis or ulctnaiiuf i.f tii nr. t a I..... rr.i (MtecW. PtihilHii. ami m.t ..L.in. fEVANSCHEMHAlOO. KeU( or p.-,(,,ui. Sold by UinnUift, or atMit In pl wrupp, I'f fatpreM, prapatd, fur 1 00. or S bottlr $3.71. Circular two ou rtMUMt "Grand Canyon Illuminated Mounts," "Lesser Platinum Prints" oa sale at Santa Fe ticket office for 26 cents. Call and see samples. F. L. Myers, agent. The Cltiren is the people's paper. It contains the news, too. DeWltt's Salve For Pile a, Burns, Sores Railroad Time Tables Denver & Rio Grande System SANTA FE BRANCH. Time Table No. 71. (Effective Wednesday, April 1, 1S03.) East Bound West Bound lo. 28 No. 425 9:00 amjLv... Santa Fe..Ar 11:00 am Espanola 1:05 pmj Embudo 1:40 pm. . .Tree Piedras... 6:35 pmj Antonlto 8:50 pmj Alamosa 3:05 ami Pueblo 7:16am Ar... Denver . ..Lv 6:20 pm 3:00 pm 1:06 pm 10:05 am 7:36 am 6:10 am 1:37 am 3:30 pm Trains run dally except Sunday. Connecta with main line trains at Antonlto for Durango, Silverton and points west, at Alamosa for Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo and interme diate points, also with narrow guage via Sallda for same points via the i.JYAL GORGE line and for all points on the Creede branch, at Pueblo and Sallda for all points east or west and at Denver for all points east. For rates, sleeping car reservations, etc., call on or address, J. B. DAVIS, Agent, Santa Fe, N. M. S. K. HOOPER, Gen. Pass and Ticket, Agt., Denver, Colo. llf a4 etrlMtif. e:Miiuri.oJ s ..QIPEGIIAIL... OUR BARGAIN TABLE CENTER AISLE VSeek's Attractive isabsisaiiixi Excursion Rates THE PACIFIC COAST Qj2 Subscribe for The Citizen. TIMF TARIF III ha rttaa SJ la Kit act Novamltar 1BOS, ARRIVE FROM THE) NOR1H. No. 1, California Express.... 7:16p.m. No. 7, Mex. 4b Cal. Oxpress. .10:06 e.m. No. 3, California Limited .... 10: 40 a.m. LEAVE GOING NORTH. No. 3. Atlantic tSinnui s-snam' No. 4, Chicago Limited 13:09 p.m. no. 8, Chicago Express 7:30 p.m. ARRIVES FROM SOUTH. Mo. 22, Atlantic Express .... 7:10a.m. LEAVES QOINO SOUTH. No. 27, Mexico Express 11:00 p.m. ARRIVE FROM WEST. No. 8, Atlantic Express ..... 8:06a.m. No. 4, Chicago Limited 11:69 p.m. No. 8, Chlcano Express 6:46 pan. LEAVE OOINO WEST. No. 1, California Express.... 3:16p.m. No. 3, California Limited. . . .11:00 a.m. No. 7, Mex. Cal. Express. .10:46 p.m. No. 7 will carry mall from the aat nd No. 2 from the west The No. 3 and No. 4 are the limited and they arrive daily. Local - freight No. 99, going south, carries passengers. F. k. MTER8. AceaL K404K4K44K4KK4K4 HOTEL CLAIRE... SANTA FE, N. M FIRE PROOF, ELECTRIC LIGHTED, STEAM HEATED, CENTRALLY LOCATED. BATHS AND SANITARY PLUMBING THROUGHOUT. LARGE SAMPLE ROOM FOR COMMERCIAL MEN. AMERICAN OR EUROPEAN PLAN- GEO. E. ELLIS, Proprietor and Owner, oeveoK4Ke4Keoeee A. E. WALKER FIRE INSURANCE Secretary Mutual Bolldlag Aaeoelajtloa Ofleeat J. O. Beidrldge'a Luster Tsrd ..Dates of Sale Every Thursday end Saturday during of May, June, July, August and I tember. Umlts November SO, 1 Stopovers within limit ef ticket and west of Saratov. Subscribe for The Cttlaea. ADVERTISE NEWSPAPERS MAGAZINES TRADE PAPERS CURTIS NEWHALl CO. toe AHaius. ci.iroai Q. Badaracco Dealer ta ttir Qeneral Herchandlse ana Liquors Proprietor ef the Summer AU Ibnaa of Country Prodaee and Bold. Goods Delivered Free to all Perls at Ue City. Corner ef Third and Tljersej AiDuquerque New If you want to Advertise in newspapers anywhere at anytime call on or write L C Dale's Advertising Ageacr SHtft MmhuiU Kniuuitrs San Fwwcisco . cat. The ICEBERG- It W. Railroad Av lae finest line of liiura All oatrons and fiiuda mntwit. ed to visit -The Iceberg. Lues, uj servea every lay. STEVE BALLING MELINI & EAKIN WHOLESALE LIQUORS eV We Beadle everytalasT -at wm Dlatlllera imta Special dlstribotora Tartar tools vtlle, Keateekr. Ill S. first Si, 1 A. 1