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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
TUESDAY, JUNE 2S, 1(K7. fags nra, Tinixxxixxixixxxrxxxxxxrt Try our Teas We have a full line of CHASE & SANBORNS Package Teas Including Gunpowder, Oolong, Japan, English Breakfast, Ceylon-India, Orange Pekoe, Ceylon and Emperors Blend a special blend for Iced Tea. It is something better than you are now using. TRY IT MALOY'Si fxTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTXIXIXXIl INDIAN PUPILS NOME FOR THE SUMMER Eighty Indian children from the Albuquerque Indian school left on train No. 8 last night for their homes at Laguna and Acoma, Sixty-nine went to Laguna and nineteen to Acoma. A crowd of people gathered to watch the children, who were de lighted at the prospect of a ride on the cars. Superintendent Custer and the teachers at the school were at the station to see their wards oft. "These are the last to leave of those who go home for the summer," said Superintendent Custer, "the oth ers, except about seventy who will remain at the school, having depart ed on Saturday and Sunday. Those who remain at the school for tho summer are the older students, who are needed to work on the place." SISTER UNAWARE OF BROTHER'S DEATH Chief Thos. McMillin today re ceived a letter from Miss Stella K. Truslow, of Savannah, Ga., making inquiries as to the whereabouts and condition of her brother, Ira Truslow "I hate to answer a letter h&e that," said the chief. "That young lady expects a reply that her broth er is here and in good health, when he has been dead more than a week." Young Truslow came here May 21 from Deming, N. M., suffering from pulmonary trouble in advanced s(agen. and his death occurred about ten days since. . - . ( 1 IIOTKL ARRIVALS. Alvuriulo. Edwin Duryea, Jr., San Francisco; John D. W. Veeder, Las Vegas; R E. Powell, New York; J. T. Ro wen tree, Los Angeles; O. W. Stoll, Phila delphia; Charles Wade, Philadelphia; E. W. Shutt, St. Louis; B. L. Davis, Bluewater; F. D. Bull, St. Louis; T. Phukee, Denver; L. Coopton, La Junta; A .P. Meekley Trinidad; II. M. Erhard, El Paso; L. O. Venard, Denver; W. M. L. Healy, Belen; Solo mon Luna and wife, Los Lunas; Mr. and Mrs. George F. Wilson, Los An geles; Thomas Reld. E. Paso; F. H. Thompson, Los Angeles; A. Vande weert, Boston, Savoy. Mrs. E. A. Ellis, Mrs. M. D. Wll sey, San Marclal; Mrs. G. M. Adams, Bagdad, Cal.; Joe Russell and family, Los Angeles; Frederick A. Monsen, Robert Troescher, New York; Thom as Andrew, Trinidad; S. B. Ennes, Calvrn Ennes, Au tJres, Mich.; O. J. Brlnnon, Standish, Mich.; L. C. Rletx, Pineonning, Mich.; Joseph Hunter, Pineonnlng, Mich.; Earl M. Burtch, Mellta, Mich. Sturgt's. J. E. Shaw Van, J. F. Thompson, George H. Rose, Mrs. S. X. Boyle. Mrs. O. A. Tlrigucly, San Mari-ial: Julius Kalter, St. Louis; F. M. Pat terson, El Paso; L. R. Weber and party, San Antonio; L. W. Bennett, Los Angeles. (rami tVnlral. E. J. Howard. J. Doughertv, Dave Hazel, A. E. Jeffries, H. J. Park, I. Maxwell. Las Vegas; J. M. Sandova', Sandoval; Kdmundu C. de Baca, Hel en. M'troMilltun. Mrs. Guadalupe Ascurate and fum .' y. Las Cruces; J. C. Genchler and tfe. East St. Iouis; Clara A. Brown, Lead, S. D.; Miss Belle Munger, Erie, Pa.; Arthur Vance, Gallup. Crulu. J. E. Brown, El 1'aso; J. K. Smith. El Paso. Dance at Casino Wednesday night. Colic ami' Diarrhoea. Pains in the stomach, colic and diarrhoea are quickly relieved by the use of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. When In need of such a medicine, give It a trial. For sale by all druggists. Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at i'am . Wednesday night. The Columbus 8 g Hotel 8 Regular H 8 Big Dinner 8 Sunday 8 BALLASTING ROADBED STONE Contractor L. W. Lewis Has Big Work Well Under Way. L. W. Lewis, of Emporia, Kan., a well known railroad contractor, who is at present fulfilling a contract to ballast a large section of the Santa Fe road, said last night at the Alva- rado, where he makei nis Headquar ters: "We have the road ballasted above Lamy and are now working toward Albuquerque. The roadbed Is belnrf ballasted Its entire length and In many places the bed Is being widen ed and new ties put in. There will be much less llklihood of derail ments and accidents when all this work Is completed. The extensive repair and ballasting now balng do;,1- will make the road as safe for travel as a railroad can possibly be. "At Los Cerrlllos we have a stone crushing plant with a capacity of 800 yards per day, and at liaughn, on the Helen cut-off, we are setting up a crushing plant which will have a ca pacity of 1,200 yards a day. I have a contract to feallast 300,000 yards of the track on the Benel cut-off. Our crusher at Liaughn will be run ning within thirty days. "We use Inch and a half rock for ballasting as that has been proven the moat satisfactory for the pur pose." Mr. Lewis and his three daughters left today on the tlyer for the CJrand canyon. They will make an extend ed trip through California, and the coast country. On their return they Will visit Seattle, Yellowstone park and other places of Interest. They will be absent two months. PROPOSES FEDERAL TRACK INSPECTION Kansas City, Mo., June 25. Presi dent Roosevelt and the governors of several states have been asked to aid the nationa'l union of railway track men In a campaign for greater safety In railway travel. J. I. Sheppard, of f ort Scott, Kan., secretary of the or ganization, yesterday sent out a let ter addressed to the president and several governors, In which he says "If we can obtain the co-operation of all who should be Interested we will have as safe conditions for rail way travel In our country as prevail In Europe. We certainly should have either government or state Inspection of railway tracks. Some one should be held responsible to the people for keeping the tracks in proper repair. and properly patrolled. RANCHMAN KILLS OTHERS' CATTLE Santa Fe, X. M., June 23. Charg ed with having shot and killed cat tle belonging to others, Lyttleton Lewis, who has a small ranch In the upper Pecos region, In San Miguel county, was arrested by Lieutenant John W. Collier of the territorial mounted police yesterday. Lewis was arraigned before the Justice jf the peace at Pecos and bound over to await the action of the grand Jury. Heine unable to furnish bail which was placed at $500, Lewis was brought to this city last night and will be turned over to the auihorl ties of San Miguel county. An olfl cer Is expected to arrive here tonight. Lewin was placed under arrest on In formation furnished by Anthony Dockweiler. WARM WEATHER TAT A warm weather concert will be given by the American Lumber Co. band at the Traction Park Casino Wednesday night. Admission free and cool breezes guaranteed. The playing of the band this season has received the highest praise from all quarters and the great variety of the pieces in Its repertoire assures the program be ing interesting and pleasing. New pieces are constantly being rehearsed. This bancf Is the best band In the two territories and Its concerts are of a high order of excellence. Whether they play classic or popular airs, t..e result is the same, highly satisfactory. Go listen to the band on Wednesday night. Mrs. Onofela Barela de Burgos died at her residence In Pajarito In this county at o'clock Monday night, at the age of 61 years. She is survived by two daughters. Virginia Burgos de Sanchea and Yerlcita Burgos de Padilla; two sis ters, Luz B. de Metzgar, and Paz B. le Sanches; and two brothers. Ro mulo Barela of San Rafael, and Man ual Barela, of the Alrlsco neighbor hood, beside u host of friends over the territory. The funeral will take place at her late home at 9 a. in. Wednesday, In-lirnn-nl in the cemetery at Pujarlto. Cheapest accident Insurance Dr. Thomas' Edectrie Oil. Stops tho pain and heals the wound. All drug gists Sell it. O Watermelons, ice cream, cake and candy enough to feed a regiment will lie on sale at 'The Pike" next to the French bakery, Thursday after noon and evening. Music, fortune telling, tish pond, and shooting gal lery will afford everybody entertain ment. Baby buggies galore, from $2.."0 (rubber tires) to $20. Uo. f'utreile Furniture Co. "I suffered habitually from consti pation. Down's Reguletn relieved and strengthened the bowels, so that they have been regular ever since." A. K. Davis, grocer. Sulphur Spring'', Tex. Free bund concert by America. i Lumber Company band at Casino. Wednesday night. MORTUARY HOMESTEADERS WANT FOREST RESERVE TRACTS Many Applications Filed For Lands In New Mexico Timber Country. t. t. Rronson, chief forest Inspec tor for the district of Npw Mnlrn and Arizona, who has Just returned irom tne puDllc lands convention In Denver. In speaking of the meeting today said: "There were a great many forest service officials present at the con vention, especially those from reser ves In Colorado. Many questions relative to the national forest re serves were discussed by Chief For ester (Jlfford Plnchot anil others. The matter of the forest reserve land ap plied for to be listed as agricultural land and opened for homestead set tlement was taken up and It received favorable 'notice. The demand for such land Is great and In New Mex ico and Arizona alone there have been 600 applications filed. The land thus desired for homestead settle ment Is scattered on the various re serves of the two territories. We are going ahead without Investigations of the tracts applied for and have already examined 160 such tract. By next fall we hope to have examined the whole number. To show how carefully the work of examining these lands has been. It may be noted that so far the cost per claim for In vestigations averages about fifty dol lars. The work Is executed In as thorough manner possible and when once a claim Is approved by our de partment the settler need have no fear of further government Interven tion. Moment ond. "Under the homestead law, 160 acres can be taken up as a claim, but should the tract npplled for be not wholly approved for such settlement, the applicant must be content wi.-i such portion as is approved an, al lowed. Claims of this character must be In a contiguous tract and even though the applicant cannot be allowed a full 160 acres in one place he cannot make up the quota by claiming lnnd In another place. Wherever It Is possible, however, the settler Is given the preference In the cases where It Is doubtful If the land Is more suitable for agricultural or for other purpose's. It is a distinct advantage, both to the forest service and to the community that home stead settlement be encouraged on the reserves where the lund is suit able. "When the tract applied for list ment as agricultural land Is situated In unsurveyed country, the claim may be located by the system of 'metes' and 'bounds,' that is, the boundary of the claim defined from points In the natural character of the country, such as the forks of two streams, a hill or certain trees. The reserves, however, are rapidly being surveyed and all boundary questions settled. "Mr. Pinchot, chief forester, stated In Denver, that he expected to make an extensive tour of inspection through the national forest next fall, at which time he will visit the re serves in New Mexico." T PLANS IMPROVEMENTS Casino 0'ii Kvery Night Court 1 1 of duty l'rogrum Announced. The Albuquerque Traction company is making extensive plans for improv ing their lines, and also In affording their patrons a permanent place of amusement, with varied attractions and novelties. The Casino has been open every night during the past week and will be open every night during the sum mer. Manager Chadbourne said this morning: "Yt expect to make the Casino the Albuquerque summer garden, where everyone may spend an enjoyable evening. Refreshments and light drinks will be served each night. On each Wednesday and Sunday evening the American Lumber Co. band will give a concert, nfter which there will be a dance. u-turday evening the Casino will be thrown open to the local lovers of dancing. I'ouilli of July. "For the Fourth we have completed an excellent program for the amuse ment of the local residents. In the morning a base ball game will be played at the park; In the afternoon the Gentlemen's Driving association will give a racing meet. The event will consist of a typical horse race, a ladies' race anil last a children's race. The ownerse of the winning horses will receive a percentage oi the gate receipts. "In the evening commencing at 8 o'clock, we will give a brilliant .ire words display, setting off $500 worth of the latest fireworks. The array will consist of twenty different kinds of rockets, eleven bombshells and many others w hich will make a beau tiful" display. The display of tire works will last one hour, allowing everybody to witness the exhibition and also attend the opening perform ance of the Boston Ideal Comic Opera company, which Inaugflurates a four weeks' engagement that evening. Many Improvements,. "As S4Mn as we complete the new cross-over switch at Xorth Second and Tijeras avenue, we will raise our tracks eighteen inches from the Four teenth street acequla to Traction park. Some time ago the county of tlcials decided to raise east Railroad avenue from Fourteenth street to old town eighteen inches, and we were asked to comply. While the county has not started Its work, we will have ours ready within a very short time. "When the Lumber Mlll-Barelas line Is in first clans running condition, further improvements will naturally come up, but at present they have not materialized." The pape rfor the Boston Meal Comic Opera troupe will arrive here one day this week, according to a telegram received this morning by Mr. Startz. cashier of the Traction com pany. The manager of the company is Mr. Bunress, who was leading man for F. A. Wade, whose comic opera ei.rnpany opened the Casino two years Dance at Casino Wednesday nifht. Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, Wednesday night. When you feel the need of a pil take a Ie Witt Little Kuriy itlser. Sold ly J. H. OT.ielly & Co. u Free band concert by American Lumber Company band at Casino, Wednesday night. FINDS $15.60 IN GOLD IN CROP OE A Discovery Causes Immediate Massacre of Fowls In Nevada Cold Fields. Mrs. A. H. Meyer, 816 South Third street, has received a letter from her daughter, Mrs. N. M. Vender, of Reno. Nevada, stating that while pre paring a" chicken for dinner recently, Mrs. Vedder found two gold nuggets, valued at $15.60 In the fowl's crop. From the latest reports there Is not a living chicken left In Reno, which only goes to show how shurt-slghted people are. It Is ilKe Rilling the goose that laid the golden eggs, this massacrelng the chickens who accum ulate gold nuggets in, their crops. Instead of killing the Innocent fowls the residents of Reno should use the X-ray process and determine before hand whether there are mineral de posits In the crop or not. This would preserve the chicken race In Reno and prevent the people from tiring of a constant cnieken met. It Is rumored that the chickens in Nevada are becoming so fastidious that they will not scratch In ordinary sand or take It Into their crops. They demand the finest graae or gold dust. One enterprising mining man In the region of Goldtleld. Nev., Is taking ad vantage of this trait and now has a chicken ranch with several thousand chickens which he keeps scratching for him. When these fowls become of marketable size he kills them sells the meat at $2 a pound and takes out the crops of gold dust, already neatly done up In bags. Assays of specimens cropfuls of this dust show it to be 90 per cent pure without a trace of light flake gold. The aver age yield per crop is 4 Vi ounces and at $18 per ounce, the price he gets for the unrefined product, he makes an average of $85 on each chicken aside from the ten or twelve dollars which he receives for the meat. This man also gets an enormous price for eegs which further Increases his profits. Prosperous as this man is in the chicken business, still he Is not sat isfied and Is considering the raising of ostriches on his ranch because they have so much 'larger crops. STUDENT OF INDIANS Frederick Mondsen. the well known Indian writer and pulnter, who with the single exception of Thomas Moran, is the oldest student of the aborigines of the southwest arrived In Albuquerque last night from the Grand canyon. He was ac companied by Robert Troscher of Xew York City. Mr. Mondsen is making his farewell tour among the pueblos of Arizona and New Mexico, preparatory to a number of years to be spent in Europe lecturing on the American Indians. " Mr. Mondsen deplores the condi tions that exist today in the Indian department. He 'believes that the In dian should not be forced into cltl zenshlp, but allowed to live In peace on his reservation, free from inter ference and the encroachments of white land grabbers, who are grad ually cutting Into the various reserva tions. Mr. Mondsen was here sever.il weeks ago, during which time he spent some time inspecting the pueb los near Albuquerque. From here he went to San Francisco, returning by way of loscmlte .National park ani the Grand canyon. He will leave the latter part of the week for the Jemeis reservation. SPECIAL MILITIA ORDER ISSUED The following special order has been Issued from the adjutant gen eral's olllce in Santa Fe: Special Order, No. 1 i. A board of officers to consist of Major John F. Pearce, surgeon; Captain U. lluppe, first infantry, and Second Lieutenant Clarence K. Heald, lirst infantry, re corder, is appointed to meet at Al buquerque, X. M., aB early as prac ticable after the receipt of this or der, for the examination of Private Owen A. Murtner, company G., first infantry, National Guard of New Mexico, for appointment us second lieutenant of infantry, Xatlunal Guard of Xew Mexico. Private Burtner will report to this board at such time and place as he may be notified by its president. Uy command of the acting gover nor. A. P. TAHKIXGTOX, Adjutant General. ENTERTAINS IN HONOR OF GUEST A tullyho parly u given yester day iy Mrs. L'hlfehh 1, of 420 West Marquette avenue. In honor of her cousin, Miss Ksiie Gottlieb, of I'lne UlufT. Ark. After a delightful rldi about the city and va iiiity the guests were entertained at the L'hlfelder residence. Various g.miea were play ed and prizes awarded. The ladles prize was won by Miss Kstelle Iwln H'Hi. and the genlW men's prize by Walter Jaffa. Uainty refreshments were served and the guests lingered till the wee hours of the morning. Invitations were extended to the following: Misses Kena Urunsfeld, ltegina Jtosenwald. J'tty Uosenwald, Alma ltisenwald,JTeil'iy li. Abrahms, K-tcile Lewlnsoii. LIKiatt pitz, Km nia Shutz. of Silver ity. and Ksaie Outtlleb, I'llie Mlilff. Ark., Messrs. Walter Jaffa. Henjainin Jaffa, Sidney Uosenwald, Harry It. Weiller. A. Ka.be r, Max LeV. Jul:m Staab, Her man Swiezer, Walter Weiman, L. '. lumliiiicr and Mr. tee'dman. The guests were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. L. l'hlfelder. Mr. airl Mrs. I. S. Kosenrt a. l aiid Mr. a.:d Mr. Levvins.iii. Kor scratches, burn", cuts, lnstet bl'es and the niariy 1; tie hurts com mon to every family, use LeWitt s Carbolized Witch Hi' 1 Salve. ii ilj by J. H. U'K'elly At Co. A chame of your :ife to get sonic nice urllcle free. At the auction to nifht. Hickox-Maynai u (. CHICKEN XIIXXXXTXXIXXxriXXXZXXXXT g Telephone Line Between your house, store, barn, neighbors or else where. I have about 75 magneto telephones com plete, rewired and in excel lent order, can converse any distance, requires no switch board original cost $12.50 my price only $5. Requires no mechanic to connect up, Address D. K. B. 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