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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. SMELTER TO BE NEXT Attorney General Bonaparte Takes Action Against Guggenhelms. Washington. D. f. July 8. Attor ney (icneral Hinnpiirte is conducting a vUoriiu. lTivp.-tlKtlon with a view to dissolving the OuKRenheim mnol ter trust. This Investigation, which wan personally ordered by President Koowevelt. has proceeded as Becret ly as possible, and efforts have been made to prevent the American Smelting; and Refining company the purent corporation of the wmelter trust from discovering- thHt they are about to be placed on the hot grill of the government's trust busters. These efforts, says The Herald, were unavailing, however, and the trust mnnagers know of the inquiry. The scope of the Investigation In cludes not only violations of the anti trust law. but also the relationship sustained by the smeller trust toward the railroads which traverse the country In which smelting ores ori ginate. Submitted to PrOHlilent, It is known positively that about four months ago a statement was submitted personally to President Roosevelt, in which it was alleged that the Guggenheim smelter trust at the present time approximates ab solute control of smelting In the United States; that thd trust has be come so powerful that it is able to dictate ore rates on the rail line ag gregating 30,000 to 40,000 miles, which are controlled by K. H. Harrl nian and James J. -Hill; that the In dependent miners have been crowded so closely to the wall that many of them must either go Into bankruptcy or submit to the terms of the smelter trust. It Is also known authoratlvely that the independent mining interests have been advised of this federal in vestigation, and have taken prelim inary steps toward the formation of a rival smelting corporation, and that assurances have been given by powerful Wall street financiers that the capital will be forthcoming for such an enterprise. ;iiKirt'iilH'hii liros. in Control. Ths American Smelting and Refin ing company, which was incorporat ed in New Jersey in 1889, is con trolled by the Guggenheim brothers, one of whom is Simon Guggenheim. the newly elected senator from Colo rado to succeed Thomas M. Patter son. It has authorized and issued $50,000,000 of common stock and $50,000,000 of 7 per cent cumulative preferred stock. Since December, 1903, dividends have been paid and at the present time the common stock earns 8 per cent and the pre ferred 7 per cent, as provided for in the certificates. When the American Smelting and Refining company was organized it acquired a large number of smelting plants in Colorado, Montana, Neb raska, Illinois, Utah, Mexico and: other localities, and two years later took over the plants or M. Guggen helm's Sons, In Pueblo, Colo., Mon terey and Aguascalientes, Mexico, and Perth Amboy, N. J. It also owns the control of the United States Zinc company at Pueblo, and all the stock of the American Steam ship company, which operates steam ers in the smelting trade between New York and other ports in the United States and Mexico. ScciiriticM Company. Too. The Guggenhelms also control the American smelters Securities com pany, which was organized to take over the properties of the Guggen heim Exploration company, and oth ers. and has a capital stock of $70, 000.000, the majority of which Is owned by the American Smelting and Refining company. In this cor poration Senator Simon Guggen heim Is a director. Another most Important smelting corporation controlled by trie Gug genhelms is the Federal Mining and Smelting company, with $30,000,000 authorized capital, which Is owned by the American Smelters' Securities company, and which operates under a contract with the American Smelt ing and Refining company to sell Its entire output to that concern for six years, from September, 1903. All these Guggenheim corpora tions have been adroitly financiered, so that there are against none of them any outstanding bonds, except ing $427,0011, assumed by the Amer ican Smelting and Refining company for one of the constituent companies taken over when the merger was ef fected. The smelter trust effected traffic arrangements with the Hill and Har riinan lines, whereby the traffic manager of the trust in New York, SI Kccles, must first approve an ore rate before it became effective on either of those railway systems. This agreement was not entered Into with good grace by the railroads men tioned, and their traffic mnnagers yielded, so they have asserted, only because the smelter trust has the power to divert ore traffic as it will. Rail a Standard Oil. It Is asserted by thos who have gone Into the matter that the smelter trust swung over heads of the rail road magnates precisely the same sort of club with which the Standard Oil company In former years com pelled the giving of rebates. Prominent in the officlarles of the constituent Guggenheim Smelter Trust companies are: American Smelting and Refining company, Isaac Gucgenhelm, Kdward Rrush, William K. Morris. lanlel Guggen heim. Morris Guggenheim. Solomon R. Guggenheim. Grant Schley. New York; Guy i Rarton. Omoha; J. R. Grant. Iavtd H. Moffat, Denver. .Henry I-. Higglnson. Ronton; Na thaniel Witherell. Greenwich, Conn. American Smelters' Securities com pany Senator Simon Guggenheim, Colorado; Daniel Guggenheim. Mur ray Guggenheim, M. Robert Guggen heim. New York. Federal Mining and Smelting com pany George J. Gould. Fred T. Gates. K. Parmalee Prentice. John D. Rockefeller .Tr.. New York; Charles I). Warren. Toronto. At least F0 others prominent In the ration's finances are listed among the companies' officers in a score of citi- K east and west. Intimations have been given that the g.ivernmf i t has proceeded far enough to lay the foundation for in ilictinent against members of the of ficlarles. the allegation being that they hav. been guilty of combina tion In restraint of trade. Subscribe for Tlie Cmm and gr-t the new. VICTIM GRAFTERS II Take Up Claims For Mining and Clear Olf Timber. Washington, July 8. A new way for getting public lands away from the federal government has been dis covered by the forest service of the department of agriculture. It Is de clared that H. H. Yard, one of the promoters of the Western Pacific railroad, and his assistants have al ready placed their hands upon 265, 000 acres, worth at least $5,000,000, because every acre is covered with fine timber. The departments of the interior and of agriculture, both of which have a cjalm upon the land, are col laborating on a plan to compel Yard and his associates to give up. Sec retary Wilson will go to California to be present when the Joint plan li put Into operation about August 6. The seized land Isi In the Plumas forest reserve In Vallfornla. It is as sumed by the forest service people that Yard and his associates took no tice of the rich timber growth and filed mining claims, which allows them to mine the property and give them a right to use timber found on the land in furthering their search for mineral wealth, as before placer mining can be done It Is necessary and desirable to have the timber re moved. Tliey Want Timlier, It Is believed that Yard and his as sociates care a great deal more for the timber than for any possible mineral wealth. If there Is any quantity of gold in the Plumas reserve the forest service officials are willing that it should be taken out. but they Intend fighting hard to prevent the denudation of the hills by false pretense. Yard and those In the scheme with him have been summoned to show cause In the land office at Susanville, Cal., why their mining claims should not be canceled because there are no minerals on them. The plan of cit ing claimants to show the govern ment that there are minerals on the lands Is a new one. There Is no un certainty that It will work. If the Yard plan goes through, the greater part of the forest reserves of the country can be taken up in min eral claims before congress can re peal the law. There are 145,000,000 acres of forest reserves. Secretary Wilson left last week on a six weeks' trip through the forest reserves. PORTAIES, N. M IS PROSPEROUS PLACE Portales, N. M., July 8. (Special.) W. O. Oldham, cashier of the First National "bank, -with his wife and children, returned today from a week's visit at Lakewood, N. M. Mr. Oldham is interested In the new bank at that place. The Portales Bank and Trust Co., is a naw Portales corporation. J. A. Falrley is cashier. The company Is erecting a tiank building southwest of the court house square. Wfth this addition Portales has now three banks. Hon. W. E. Llndsey and wife have returned from a two weeks' visit to Denver, Colo. Miss Nellie Carter, daughter of Judge Carter, has returned from Roswell, where she has been taking a business course In the Wolverton Business college. J. J. Meeks has under course of construction, a $5,000 residence. The building will be modern In every re spect. Quite a number of naw resi dence buildings are In course of con struction at this time In Portales. BANKS DECLARE BIG DIVIDENDS Silver City. N. M.. July 8. (Spec ial.) One of the best Indications of the prosperity of Silver City and sur rounding country. Is indicated by the dividends Just declared by the Silver City and American National banks of this city. During the past few days the Silver City National bank declar ed a semi-annual dividend of thirty per cent and the American National, which has only been established about one year, declared a dividend of ten per cent, which is the second divi dend they have made. A Wonderful Ilapciilng. Port Bryon, N. Y., has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded. Amos F. King of that place says: "Bucklen'a Ar nica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years. I am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by all dealers, 25c, COPPER COMPANY WILL BUILOJLUB HOUSE Sliver City. N. M July 8. (Spec ial.) The National Copper company operating some valuable copper mines at Whitewater In the Burro moun tain mining district, has Just complet ed plans for the construction of a large store room and club rooms. The club rooms will be handsomely fitted up for the use of the stockholders, superintendent, etc. This compny is composed of some rich ft. Louis capitalists. LAND NEW SCHEME Weill Paper! F&i rit! I ci imc p:is r ami paint your Immim'. Sal i-l, o t ion guaranteed. I'l on.pt iiiii-ntioii io mall order. J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co. OFFICERS FOUND 1GG S RETREAT Bales of Goods Found Along Rio Grande at Zara goza. El Paso. Tex.. July 8. The biggest capture of smuggled contraband on the Mexican border since the aboli tion of the free zone was made by the Juarez customs Inspectors, when goods valued at between $3,000 and $4,000 were confiscated. As a result of the capture. which was made across the Rio Grande river from Ysleta, warrants are pending for the arrest of six or eight residents of Zaragoza, the Mexican town across from Ysleta. and investigations are being made which may result in the arre-st of several prominent mer chants of Juarez. Added to this sev eral of the fiscal Inspectors, whose duty is to watch the border will probably lose their positions. SmiiKglctl by Wholesale. The smuggled articles consist of twenty-one bales of native clnamon, from the East Indian Islands; twenty-five cases of salmon, 150 cans of lard and a large quantity of miscel laneous goods. Including manufac tured laces, shawls and dry goods. The material was found In small as sortments scattered along the river bank among the tornlllo thickets anil In corrals and yards of residents of Zaragoza. It Is not thought that the entire amount of smuggled goods have yet been recovered nnd the in spectors are still searching. Smugglers I'se Hoat. The materials were smuggled across the river from the American side In a row boat and the boat was then concealed In some secret hole along the bank. The Inspectors have not yet been able to locate the boat, but the two oars were found hidden among . the tornlllo bushes near where the goods were found. The oars were not found together. Swift Ilrtrayml. According to Information received by the inspectors to the practice of smuggling goods over the river at this point have been going on for months, but has Just been discovered. It was only through an informant that the nffalr was brought to light. The Mexican government pays a bonus of 60 per cent for Information leading to the conviction of smug glers, and It was to get the money that one of the parties familiar with the occurrence Informed the officials. Aliumadn Officials Act. The informant sent word to the chief of the fiscal inspectors, locat ed at Ahumada on the Mexican Cen tral. It Is from this point that the federal inspectors are despatched for the northern border. There are sev eral hundred inspectors under the federal direction here, their duty be ing to guard the Rio Grande border and the line west. As soon as the in formation that a wholesale attempt of smugglang had been made and that the goods were secreted along the river at Zaragoza. Chief D. Paredes, of the Juarez customs ser vice was asked to despatch men to the scene Immediately, The regular fiscal Inspectors whose duty is was to guard the river could not be reached. Chief Paredes left for Zaragoza with six Inspectors early In the morning. IOcato the Goods. When they arrived at the tornlllo woods they began searching along the river bank immediately. An hour's search brought to light several bales of cinnamon, which had been hidden In the thicket and partly covered with sand. Several cans of lard were also found, together with two oars. Near the river bank are a number of adobe houses, part of the town of Zaragoza. After the goods had been found along the thicket one of the Inspectors was sent to Juarez for a search warrant. A warrant allow ing the Inspectors to search all the houses of the town of Zaragoza was given the Inspectors by Judge Pro venclo of the federal court. The search followed during the afternoon revealed the remainder of the plun der designated above. Found In Yards and Corrals. None of the plunder was found In the houses, but In the corrals and fields In the vicinity. This leads to the belief that the thing had been planned beforehand. and that the practice has been going on for a long time. From the fact that no goods were found in the houses the Inspector were unable to make any arrests, there being no proof against the suspects. I'll stop your pain tree. To show you first before you spend a penny what my Pink Pain Tablets can do, I will mall you free, a Trial Package of them Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets. Neuralgia. Headache, Toothache, Pe riod pains, etc., are due alone to blood J congestion. Dr. snoops neaaacna Tablets simply kill pain by coaxing away the unnatural blood pressure. That Is all. Address Dr. Snoop, Ra cine, Wis. Sold by all dealers. n Deafnss Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased portion of the ear. There is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused by an Innamed condi tio of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tuba. When this tube Is Inflam ed you have a, rumbling sound or Imper- reel neanng, ana wnen ii is entirely closed. Deafness Is the result, and un less the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to It normal con dition, hearing will bo destroyed forever; nine cases out ot ten are caused by Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflam ed condition of (he mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollar for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. Bend for circular free. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props, Toledo, Ohio. Hold by all Dnigglst. 75c. Take Hall family Pill for constipa tion. South Sicond mnd Lead c (KUTIUCATU OF COMPARISON. Territory of New Mexico, oflloe of the secretary, I, J. W. Rnynolds, secretary of the territory of New Mexico, do hereby certify that there was liled for rec ord in this ottice at nine o'clock A. M.. on the eighth day ot May, A. D. 1S)07. (Vrftllicato of Amendment to Articles of Incorporation of the l'gul 'l n ler Gold Mining Company, j uerva lug capital mock, (No. 4W27.); and also, that 1 have compared the following copy of the same, with the original thereof now on tile, and de clare it to be a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole thereof. Given under my hand and the great seal of the territory of New Mexico, at the city of Santa Fe, the capital, on this 8th day of May. A. D. 1907. J. XV. KAY.Nt.iLDH. Secretary ot Naw Mexico. II. P. FLINT, . Assistant Secretary. Amendment of the Article of Incur porutlon of tlto lx'gnl Tender Mining Company, l;ll iHHhtowiu N. .M. lNCUllASK OF CAPITAL STOCK. This is to certify that on February 25th, 101, a majority of the direc tors of the Legal Tender Mining Com pany Issued a cull lor a special meet ing of the stockholders of the said company to be held April , moi, at s o clock p. m., lor tlie purpose of increasing the capital stock thereof from $300,000.00 to $500,000.00, par value $1.00 each; that the notice or call for said meeting contained the purpose of the said meeting, to wit; to increase the capital stock of the said company from $300,000.00 to $500,000.00, and that said notice was published and posted as required by section 4 25 of compiled laws of 1897, under which the said company was Incorporated; that said meeting was held pursuant to Bald notice at 3951 Cottage Grove avenue, Chicago, Illi nois, on the 9th day of April, 1901, at 8 o'clock p. in., there being a quorum present. That at the time of the said meet ing, more than 80 per cent of all of the capital stock of the said company issued and outstanding was owned by residents of the city of Chicago, state of Illinois, and that O. F. Matkln, of Kllzabethtown, New Mexico, was a resident director of the said company at Ellzabethtown, New Mexico; that there were personally present at said meeting, stockholders representing and owning more than twothlrds of all of the stock of the company is sued and outstanding; that at the time of the said meeting, the entire capital stock of $300,000.00 was paid In and that said company had nj unpaid debts or other liability out standing except said capital stock. And that the stockholders at said meeting unanimously adopted the fol lowing resolution, to-wlt: Whereas, the entire capital stock of $300,000.00 of this company has been sold and issued, And whereas, the proceeds thereof have proven Insufficient to fully carry out the purpose of this company In the development and extension of its properties. Therefore be It resolved, that we, the stockholders of the Legal Tender Mining Company, do hereby .unani mously vote to Increase the capital stock of this company from $300, 000.00 to $500,000.00, and that the proper officers and directors prepare, execute and file and record this amendment to the articles of Incor poration of this company In the of fice of the secretary of the territory and the probate clerk of Colfax county. New Mexico, as required by sections 416 and 48$ of the act un der which this company is Incorporat ed. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands and affixed the seal of said corporation the tenth day of April, 1901. T. S. HCFFAKER, Attest: L. M. SMITH, Chairman. Secretary. (SEAL.) State of Illinois, ) (ss. Oounty of Cook. ) I, T. H. Huffaker. being first duly sworn do hereby certify that I was cnairman of the meeting of the Legal Tender Gold Mining Company held on the 9th day of April, 1901, at 3951 Cottage Grove avenue, Chicago, 111., and I, L. M. Smith, secretary of the Legal Tender Gold Mining Company, being first duly sworn do likewise cer tify that I was secretary of the said meeting. That the foregoing docu ment to which our signatures are at tached as president and secretary, re spectively is a full, true and complete copy of the proceedings had at the said meeting. In witness whereof, we have here unto set our hands this first day of May, A. D. 197. T. S. HUFFAKER, (Seal) L. M. SMITH. (Seal) Subscribed and sworn to before me this 2nd day of Mav, 1907. L. B. CLARK, Notary Public. My commission expires November 14, 1908. We the undersigned directors of the Legal Tender Gold Mining Com pany, being first duly uworn ?.u here by certify thai tiie capital so of. the said company of $300,000.00 was fully paid In, i- or Usi-jre April 9, 1901, and that said company had no debts or other liabilities due and un paid on said date, and that the fore going certificate of the chairman and secretary of th,j Baid company Is cor rect In substance and In fact to tho best of our knowledge and belief. In witness whereof we, as directors of said company have hereunto set out hands and seals the 10th day of April, 19U1. T. S. HUFFAKER, (Seal) F. H. HONbKHGER, (Seal,) L. M. SMITH. (Seal) Subscribed and sworn to before ma this 2nd day of May, 1907. L. li. CLARK, Notary Public. My commission expire November 14, 1908. Kudorsed : No. 4927. Cor. Rec'd. Vol. 6, Page 468. . The Legal Tender Gold Mining Company. Under the laws of New Mexico. Amendment to charter. Filed In office of secretary of New Mexico, May 8, 1 H 1 7. 9 a. m. J. W. UAYNOLDS, Secretary. Registered with the Corporation, Organization & .Management Com pany, Albuquerque, N. M. Compared O. to M. Territory of New Mexico,) (ss. County of Colfax ) This instrument "f writing was filed for record on the nth day of Mav, A. D. 190", at s .M o'clock a. m. and duly recorded In book L of Miscel laneous, page. 44.". K. G. TURTTY. Clerk of the Pr..li.ite Court anil x- otticlo Countv l-cnrder. Ity JOHN JOERNS. Depute-. Constipation. For constipation there is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom ach and Liver Tablets. They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels without any disagreeable ef fect. Price, 25 rents. Samples free. For sale by all druggists. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup C05TAIKS HONEY ACT) TAR Relleres Colds by working them out of the tystem through a copious and healthy action of th bowels. 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