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TXESDAY, JINE 25, ItOT.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. thou tsKvm 6.00 up. A targe assortment to select from. See our 45.00 Mission Bed Room Suite :: u : W. V. Futrelle Furniture Co. II RAILROAD DEPARTMENT RAILROADS MAY BUILD THEIR Establishing Plants In Order to be Independent ol Trust. Movements by the various railroad In the direction of providing them selves with shops in which to build their own equipment seem to have aroused' the various car manufactur ing concerns throughout the country to the danger threatening them of a loss of business. As a result old or ders are being cleared oft with a great deal of energy and the roads have been notltied that the car companies are ready to receive fresh orders for delivery early next year. A month or six weeks ago deliver ies of equipment ordered last year were greatly belated, and the roads were given to understand that no or ders would be booked for delivery earlier than May or Juno next year. It was this condition of affairs that set the roads talking about providing themselves with manufacturing plants capable of furnishing them with all the equipment they might need. Many Purchases. Whether the roads will abandon their intention of providing them selves with shops renmins to ue seen, but the fact remains that there will be a good deal more equipment ready for the rush of traffic this fall than would have been the case otherwise. Most of the roads appear to be ouite liberal In their purchases of new equipment. The American Car and Foundry company still has on its books orders for 80,977 cars to be de livered before he end of the current vear to the American roads. It also has booked for this year's delivery 1.000 freight cars for the Italian gov ernment's lines; seventy-five passen ger, mall and baggage cars for the Cordova Centra! road, twenty-one passenger coaches for the Guayaquil and (Julto road and seventy-five pas senger coaches for other South Amer ican roads. It recently delivered to the London Underground railway 125 passenger cars for use in its new tube. lii Orders. Orders have been placed by the Gould roads for 11,000 freight cars. The Harriman lines are having 6.000 refrigerator cars built, particularly for use in California fruit traffic. The Frisco lines have placed orders for 6.000 freight cars and the Santa Fe will supplement its present supplies with 4,000 cars, delivery of which it expects to be made within the current year. The Missouri, Kansas and Texas has orders ;daced for 3.000 new freight cars, while the Mobile and Ohio will increase Its present supply by 1.750, the Hock Island by 3,000, the New York Central by 6. 500, the Northern l'aclfic by 1.400. the Great Northern by 1.500, and the Colorado Southern by 1,100. rates roil ii rux; oiti: aki: VAitvixtJ A railroad man was explaining why a railroad company charges a higher freight rate for $500 ore than $50 ore. He had prefaced, this explanation by saying that he had much com plaint from mining men on that score. "There is a higher rate on high grade assorted ore than on low grade ore for the rea.-on that low grade ore is practically shipped at cost ami in order to come out a little ahead of the game we have to make the fellows with the rich ore pay a stirrer price. We discriminate in this way because if the man with the low grade ore did not get a favored rati? lie would not ship his ore. tin the other hand in order to make money we have to charge the man who can stand it a higher rate. In this way we encour age development and in.il is me oni policy to be pursued. 'Another thing, though the reason I have just given Is the principal one, is that the tiner the grade of ore the greater our risk." ... SANTA IK Wil l. I'KOVi: n: wtaisi.i: Chicago. June ii.",. ( ifiii recogni tion of its impending indictment by the federal grand Jury on a chaige of granting rebates to a Kansas iteet sugar ceinpany was taken by the San ta Fe railroad yesterday when Gardi ner I.athrop. general solicitor for tne load, called "ii Uisirict Attorney Sims. It is understood the Santa Fe len dere.l the government the privilege of i xa mining its book s. with such ot ti er information as ii d.swed. Ii is prol.a will I. that as ,i reopened. suit III. question "If the S mta 1 is Indict g o.-rnm ,!,;, defen iice.il in : d." sai ii v.-i lint. V his ma Mr. I-ithrop. "the tin d it a most tr o t haw nothing to ce ler." "'"his force ting rather n Foutts, day ti Fe this afteri 1 am compel!) f habit bu-in. motonoii-v" ki t ageni for noil. "Nearly ' 1 to art as gu. " IS get id II. J. ;he Sar.ta very day rdi.iii for t time up lay down somt ticket pun h iscr. Th to niv window, buy a tick bill, und fnrtiel their cliai.n-. Thm COACHES Excellence and Elegance Without . Extravagance Mission leather Seat Rockers from TT 1 am forced to hunt them up and return their money. Only this morn ing I had a case like that. An elderly lady came up and purchased a ticket to San Francisco. She handed me a $50 bill and when I laid out her change she picked up the ticket and walked away. I was busy checking up my account and did not notice it until one of our trainmen handed me the woman's change. When I hunted the woman out of the crowd and handed her the change, she actually didn't want to accept It. Such cases occur every day about a ticket office and they get tiresome." While the Salton oea has slightly receded It is still very much In evi dence. For almost two hours the Southern Pacific's fastest trains run alongside the great newly made sea, and as far as the eye can reach In many places, the blue water stretches out over what was once a desert. In places the waves, stirred sometimes gently, at times furiously, according to the whims of the wind, wash up against the very grade of the roadbed, while at others the waves are several feet away, with a very pretty lltitle beach stretch between the road and the water. Mrs. Alice I. Young, wife of Frank A. Young, chief engineer of the St. Louis, Rocky Mountain & Pacific company, died at the Miners' hospital In Haton yesterday afternoon after an Illness of only a few days' duration, age 31. George T. Peart of the Santa Fe, Raton and Eastern railway company, has returned to Raton, N. M., from a ten days' trip to Texas. His return was hurried by the receipt of news announcing the death of his wife a sister, Mrs. Frank A. Young. W. Earle Blood. In charge of the local bonus department, is In Topeka this week nttendlng' the meeting of the bonus demonstrators of the Santa Fe. Before returning Mr. Blood will visit relutives in Kansas City. a F. C. Fox, general superintendent of the Santa Fe, has announced that a large repair shop will be built by the road at Chanute, Kansas. Brakeman Franke, who was hurt last week by falling from an Incline to the ground forty feet below at Sua nee, is at the railroad hospital. Passenger engines 1200 and 121 were taken out of the shops this morning and given their trial trips. Grover C. Emmons has accepted a position with the Santa Fe as repair track timekeeper. F. Switzer, formerly A machinist in the shops, has returned to his home in Chicago. Give ill your ROUGH DRY in" Monday, and get It back Wodneidaj Imperial Laundry Co. AN0N INTOXICANT SPADvnur: W w ItTH&MAlT HOPSi la la mm 1 ilri f ' & 5 J For 12 tops of Rei Metal opt from Large Mall-Nulrine Bottles with Cold Trade-Durk or 24 (rum Split lluttlcswithBUckTrtdcataik snd 15c fur postage, we will tend one of our Vienna Art f'lalea to anyaddreaa in the United States. ANGORA eOAT IS ATTRACTING NOTICE Mohair Fleece of This Animal. Brings Top Notch Prices. Angora goats are now attracting much attention in many parts of the country, and particularly from own ers of rough, brushy land, due to the ability of the goats to readily clear and reclaim such tracts and thus ma terially enhance their value. Mohair In Demand. Mohair, the fleece of the Angora, is In greater demand than for a number of years and much higher prices are prevailing in the eastern markets than for several seasons. New Mo hair mills are In operation and great er competition is now shown In the purchase of the domestic clip. The importations of foreign Mohair this year to supply the deficiency In the home production promises to exceed the 2,625,575 pounds Imported from Turkey and South Africa in 1806. ' High Prices. Many American clips have com manded from 34c to 42c per pound this season, many of the female ani mals of these flocks shearing Ave puuiiun ttiiu me iimies vitim to iiueeii i pounds. tJoveninient Interested. I For several years the United States i department of agriculture has been advocating Angora husbandry as a very promising animal industry for this country. A recently Issued bul letin from this department entitled "Information Concerning the Angora Goat," should be in the hands of every owner of rough pasture or range land. The book may be had free of charge through congressmen or senators. It is illustrated and full of information of Interest and value to one Investigating this promising livestock industry. Numerous Exhibit. Numerous exhibits of Angora goats will be held at the Agricultural and Livestock fairs throughout the coun try this fall. At the Annual Nation al Angora Goat Exhibit to be held at Kansas City In October over 1800 is offered In premiums, being, with the exception of the World's Fair at St. Louis, in 1904. the largest amount ever offered at an Angora goat show. Big IVlzes. Prizes aggregating 1600 will be offered on Angora goats at the San Antonio, Texas, fair this year, and a larger appropriation than ever before made, has been provided for Angora classes at the Oregon state fair. The American Angora Goat Breed ers' association offers a handsome cup for the best exhibitors' flock of registered Angora goats, consisting of one buck any age, one doe two years old or over, one doe one year old and under two and one doe kid under one year old, exhibited at any Btate, coun ty or other fair in the United States this year. Remarkable Rescue That truth Is stranger, than fiction, haa once more been demonstrated in the little town of Fedora, Tenn., the residence of C. V. Pepper. He writes "I was In bed entirely disabled with hemorrhages of the lungs and throat. Doctors failed to help me and all hope had fled when I began taking Dr. King's New Discovery. Then Instant relief came. The coughing aoon ceased; the bleeding diminished rap Idly, and in three weeks I was able to go to work." Guaranteed cure for coughs and colds. 60c and $1 at all dealers. Trial bottle free. PTE'S GOOD, COT.D TttOT BEEf AT WALTON'S DRUG STOKE. There Is no case of Indigestion, no matter how obstinate, that will not bo speedily relieved by the use of Kodol. Kodol contains the same Juices found In a healthy stomach. Conforms to the Pure Food and Drug Law. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelty at Co. M ftI!ne!rIoidl The expectant or nursing mother requires added strength and nourishment. combines (he rich, erties derived from Barley-Malt and the soothing qualities of Hops. It is the most easily assimilable form liquid nourishment. Sold by all Druggists and Grocers in cases of 1 Doz. Large or 2 Doz. Split Bottles Anheuser-Busch St. Louis, Mo. Brewers of the Famous Budweiser Beer SAY "GOOD-BYE" To your stomach trouble or kindred ailments as soon ns you commence taking tlvi Hitter for It Is Impossible for them to exist any longer. This fact has been proven by thousands during the past 54 years and It Is Just as effective today. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters Just the medl e for any man or woman with a STOMACH weak or dlsor- stomach, inactive liver or weak kidneys and one bottle will prove its merit. It cures. Nausea, Cramps, Diarrhoea. Indigestion, lyHiepsla, stlveness, I'eniale Ills or Malm-lal Fever. Try a bottle to day. BASE BALL WIIERK THEY PLAY. National Ijeague. Boston at New York. Cincinnati at Pittsburg. Philadelphia at Brooklyn. American League. Cleveland at Chicago. Detroit at St. Louis. Washington at Philadelphia. New York at Boston. HOW THEY STAND. National League. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 45 12 ,7Mt New York 84 20 .630 Philadelphia 32 23 .582 Pittsburg 30 23 .566 Boston 23 32 .418 Cincinnati 24 34 .414 Brooklyn 22 35 .386 St. Louis 15 46 .247 American League. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 35 20 .636 Cleveland 36 21 .632 Detroit 30 21 .588 Philadelphia 32 24 .571 New York 25 27 .481 St. Louis 24 34 .414 Boston 19 37 .339 Washington 17 34 .322 Western Ixigue. Won. Lost. Pet. Des Moines 33 22 .600 Omaha 35 25 .583 Denver 27 24 .530 Lincoln SO 27 .526 Sioux City 24 31 .436 Pueblo 19 39 .345 YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. At New York U. H. E. Boston .10 12 5 New York 8 12 4 Batteries Dorner, Young, Brown and Needham; Ferguson, Ames, Mc Glnnlty and Bowerman. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago 4 9 1 St. Louis 1 8 2 Batteries Overall and Kllng; McGlynn and Noonan. At PittHburg R. II. E. Pittsburg 5 9 3 Cincinnati 12 20 4 Batteries Phillppl. Leilleld and Gibson; Schmltz, Ewlng and Schlel. At Brooklyn R. H. E. Philadelphia 1 6 0 Brooklyn 2 6 1 Batteries Co'-ii l ui and Dooin; Rucker and RUte. American Ixtigue. At Philadelphia R. H E. Washington 2 7 2 Philadelphia 9 IS 1 Batteries Smith, Edmondstor, JUL . cm I 4. U f-sV pH&VJSER-BUSc strengthening prop of 'XlXIIITXXIiiggXtxxXXtXXXXIlXXXiiixxXXIXXlXllIIllXlHHIIXIXlUXXXXXXXXXXHHrTfl Join COPYRIGHT 1904 WASHINGTON FASHIONABLE CLOT Ml NO. The Washington Clothing "imxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'xrxxxxi Warner and Plank; Schreck and Pow ers. Second Game: R. H. E. Washington 3 4 1 Philadelphia 6 9 2 Batteries Falkenburj and Hey don; Dygert and Schrjck. At Boston R. II. E. N'ew York 9 IS 6 Boston g 11 2 Batteries Sloore, Keefe, Chesbro, Orth and Klelnow; Winter, Oberlln, Harris and Criger. Second dame, R. H. E. New York 11 17 1 Boston 3 9 5 Batteries Kltson and Rickey: Har ris, Glaze, Jacobson and Armbruster. At Cleveland R. H. K. Chicago 2 6 1 Cleveland 3 7 2 Batteries Smith and McFarland; Llebhardt and Clarke. Western League. At Denver R. II. E. Denver 1 7 2 Omaha 4 9 1 Batteries Bohannon and Sic Donough; Sanders and Gondlng. At Pueblo R. H. E. Pueblo 7 10 0 Lincoln 3 12 3 Batteries Dickinson and Smith; Jones, Stlmmel and Zlnran. Amerienn AsHOciatlon. At 'Minneapolis: Minneapolis 5; Kansas City 4. At Indianapolis: Indianapolis 0; Columbus 5. At Toledo: Toledo : Louisville 0. At t. Paul: St. Paul 4; Milwau kee 4. TO NEW MEXICANS Washington. D. C, June 26. Dele gate W. H. Andrews announces that the following pensions have been granted to New Mexico veterans: Hyman Van Duzen, Raton, ,120 per month from Feb. 25, 1807. H. R. Whiting. Albuquerque, $1 per month from March 1, 1907. Henry Dawson, Farmlngton, $8. per month from Sept. 3, 1904. John A. Heather, Sliver City, $20 per month from April 1, 1907. Francisco Salazar, Wagon Mound, 115 per month from March 2, 1907. The following postoltlces have been established In New Mexico: Laeey, Roosevelt county, John H. Crabtree, postmaster. Dereno, Roosevelt county, John II. Jemlxon, postmaster. s npiimri irm ii nn iinanumiii'wVl 'nil ' ' , LJ the Anti-Heat Club T MEETS every Summer at this store. The A. Club Uniform is viz: One of our Single or Double Breasted Blue Serge Suits, a Straw Hat, Negligee Shirt, 13al Briggan Underwear, thin Hosiery and a Summer Tie. You'll be pleased with the Uniform. It will look well and you will not object to its price. The annual dues for the entire outfit are not high and need not exceed 20.00 or $30.00 Join the Club and adopt the Uniform and we can assure you that you'll never regret having done so, and you'll pay your dues willingly. M. MANDELL FINE CLOTHING & FURBISHING Agent For Pe Witt's Kidney ana Bladder Pill are unequaled for Backache, weak kidneys. Inflammation of the bladder and all urinary trouble. A week's treatment for 25 cents. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly St Co. Special Excursions VIA 10 principal points In Illinois, Iowa, Kon san, Michigan, Minnesota, .Missouri, North and South Dakota's and Wis consin. Uate of sale June 15, 16, IT. S3. 23. 24. 29. 30. July 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 10. u1', 1A20,.'nd Final re limit October 81st Philadelphia and Return $59,25 Tickets on sale July 11, 12 and 13. Keturn limit July 23rd. By depositing this ticket and paying II it may be extended to leave Philadelphia ud to and Including July 81st. T. E Purdy, Agent. COAL i tost American Block, per ton.. $6.50 Anthracite Nut, per ton $8.50 .niuininie stove ana Furnace per ton $9.50 WOOD jajjasjajgsn DltY CEDAH PINION AND TOKXIILO. TKItMS STRICTLY CASH. John S. Beaven 602 SOUTH FIRST STREET. When you want to buy, ell, rent or exchange Household Goods Keep bu$y until you find Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. Albuquerque New Mexico W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. COAL (nuliio American block, prr ton M.5 Cerrillos I.nmp $6.5 Anthracite Nnt $8.50 Anthracite miie! $9.00 Anthracite, stove .and .furnace sizes $8.54 Cleun C.aa Coke $$.00 WOOD. r.reen Mill WimmI, per load . . , . $2.28 IV. H. HA UN & CO. Ilotli Phone. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL Tin: oi.ii:st Mill, iv the city. lien In need of Mafi, door, fruinei, etc. Screen uork a Hcciulty. 403 South 1'irM. Mrcet. Teleplione -103. 5le COPYRIGHT 1904 WASHINGTON FASHIONABUt CLOTMlNa None Better No breaking In needed The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe M comfort able from 'he start. The burning and aching :aused by stiff soles find the pvils of thin soles are pre sented by the Red Cross. It Enables a woman to be on her feet for hours at a time with :omfort. A stylish hoe that's absolutely comfortable 8l, KtJ Cnm Coll BimiT, $400 xfords, $3-5 Ugh Shoes. $4.00 Let us fit you WFA. CHAPLIN 121 Railroad Avanaa Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY PAINT One Gallon Covers $00 Square Feet. PALMETTO ROOF PAINT Stops Leaks. Lasts Five Years. JAP-A-LAC. 408 Wt$f Railroad Artauo DON J. RANKIN & CO. FIRE INSURANCE. REAL ESTATB LOANS. Automatlo Phone 411. Room 10, N. T. ArmUo Bulldtna A. E. WALKER, rote INSURANCE Secretary Mutual Bulldlnc Assoc tion. Office at 217 West RaUreaJ avenue. W. E. MAUGEP WOOL with Raube and Mauger Office, 115 North First 8C ALHCQIERQCE. N. M. TOTI A OR API Dealer. In Groceries, Provlvlona, Ha Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wlne Liquor and Cigars. Place your order to this line with us. 213-218-217 NORTH TH r.D 8T THIRD STREET Meat Market KI111N of leh ami Salt UNk, Steam Sauate Factory. K M 1 L K LI EN WOK' Maxnrlr fiulMlnir. North Third Rtrast D. A. SLEYSTER -INSfRANf'E. REAL F.STAT NOTARY PTBLIC. Rooms 12 anr) Albuquarijue. 14 Cr'imwell Hlui'S. Telephone No. ll. HI