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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. Wc Arc Headquarters For Matresses The Double No. 1 long staple, "Cot ton I 'aim Flticr," and the Japa noso Vegetable IHiwii," The above mattresses are made for u by special order and we guar antee them equal It not tetter than any other mattress at any price, we also have the Oster moor and a full line of the cheaper grades; we will open mattresses and Bhow you the material made W. V. Fotrelle ARE ANGRY OVER Misunderstanding as to Po sitions on Rock Island Is Cause. El Paso, July 8. Whether or not the railroad men of the Rock Island In New Mexico shall be allowed to take runs on the El Paso & South western with the same standing as they have now Is a question which threatens to disrupt the railway or ganizations of those two systems In this section. The difficulty arises from the Southwestern's having leased the 5a mlle stretch of ltock Island track be tween Santa Rosa and Tucumcarl, which cuts the number of men used on the Hock Isand in New Mexico ten crews and throws about fifty men out of work. Of course, this means ten more crews for the South western, which will provide openings for the men who are let out on the Kock Island, but the Hock Island men want to come to the Southwest ern with the same standing they have on the Hock Island, while the Southwestern mei) claim that .the liock Islund men will huve to begin at the bottom, the same as the new men. The Southwestern men say that If the piece of track had been bought, all crews running on it would have been taken by the purchasing com pany without change, but as the Southwestern has only leased the track, it is to furnish the men to work on it. ;rievance Dlscus-ed. Grievance ipen representing the Hallway Conductors, the Brother hood of Locomotive Firemen and the Brotherhood of Hallway Trainmen of the Hock Island between Tucumcari and Dalhart were1 In conference with local officials of the El Paso & Southwestern In this city yesterday, but it is understood the matter was not settled. It is said that the Hock Island grievance men want to take the question up with the headquarters of the different railway organiza tions, but that the officials of the Southwestern will not permit that. Besides leasing the fifty-nine miles of track the Southwestern has also leased twelve engines, and It Is said that It Is the Southwestern's in tention to man those engines from Its own ranks, thus causing another strong kick to come from the Hock Island men. The leased engines are freighters out of the 1.6U0 class and will be used out of Santa Kosa, eight of them between Santa Hosa and Tu cumcari and four between Santa Hosa and Carrlzazo. VSE1TL BOLT INVENTED. IIY BOILERMAKERS. Two boiler makers In the Texas & Pacific shops have Invented a flexible stay ibolt for use in locomotive boil ers that promises to make them a neat sum of money if not a fortune, says the El Paso Herald. The in ventors are Joseph Peters and John Coleman. They have .been working on their Invention for some time and have finally perfected It and received a patent on the device. The Invention is designed to con nect the crown sheet of the fire box with the outside shell of the boiler In such a manner that the expansion and contraction will be compensated, and at the same time form a strong connection between the parts. The stay bolt Is In two parts, one part be ing a holt of suitable length with a round flanged head provided with a square terminal projection. The oth er part Is In the nature of a yoke formed with a screw threaded stem which is screwed Into a thread of the "boiler shell. MEXICO ItUMSOADS xkw freight tariff. The new freight tariff of Mexico h:is been received In Albuquerque. It Is a voluminous publication of 216 pages and contains In addition to das rates 1.117 commodity rates. There is no advance or reduction In the class rates but the tariff had in be reissued to ennform to recent rul ings of the interstate commerce com nilsiun providing that all tariffs must specify all rates from and to any giv en point and they cannot hereafter he grouped. This tariff covers class and com modity rates between Kansas City and the east to the City of Mexico. San Luis, potnsl, M'nterri-v and Pachuca. P. E. Kalen. an official In the To luka oitices. was In Albuquerque yes terday. C A. Parhydt. connected with the Santa Fe offices at Los Angeles, was In Albuquerque todav. . Rrakemnn Vance Hendry; of I.n Vegas, was taken to the Santa Fe hospital nt I. a Junta Saturday i-urTer-lnfi from typhoid fever. , 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT TRAINMEN CHANGE satisfaction guaranteed. Furniture Co. George Martin, car carpenter, aud Grant Van Over, a car repairer, have been transferred to Las Vegas from Junta. AL S. Tallalferro, special represen tative of the Santa Fe land depart ment with headquarters at Toueka. arrived in Albuquerque this morning. W. G. McFarren, route agent for the Wells-rargo Express company returned this morning from a trip over the Hio Grande division. I C. B. Bosworth has resigned as agent for the Southern Pacific at Iteming, N. M., and will be succeed ed by his chief clerk, W. Hulling worth. A small braze started by native laborers near the stock yards called out the shop's fire department last night, and the firemen quickly ex tinguished the slight blaze which did no damage. After the supply on hand at present Is exhausted the Pullman company will use toilet soap manufactured in Mexico on all the cars operated In that country, a contract having re cently .been closed with the Companla Jahouera de la Laguna of Gomez I'a lucio. The Pennsylvania is getting ready to run a 'iid-lifting' 'train from East Liverpool, O., to Pittsburg. The tratn will be run only on Sunday and its mission wi.'l be to relieve the newly enforced drouth in towns along the line, connections being made direct with Tittsburg saloons. Coast line freight engine 963, used between YV'inslow and Needles in freight service, was brought here last night to be overhauled in the shops. The locomotive was run light to Hio Puerco, where It went dead, necessi tating that an engine be dispatched from here .to bring it in. . . . , A fire, which might have destroyed the storekeeper's office In the main ollices of the shops, and also that building, was discovered late Saturday night by two call boys named King and Shade. After turning In the alarm, the boys proceeded to use a chemical and garden hose, having the blaze extinguished when the local tire department reached the shops. H. A. Ensign, the New York banker who Is promoting the Santa Fe, Lib eral and Englewood road from Ues Moines. N. -M.. to Guthrie rind Okla homa City, Is having construction pushed rapidly in western Oklahoma. K. J. Albright of Hooker, states that the contract for the grading eastward from Haton has 'been let. In addi tion to the cut-offs now being con structed by the Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe. In Woods oountv. on the Panhandle branch, a cut-off is being surveyed between Shattuck. Wood ward county, and Hlggins. Tex. The Panhandle branch is being straight ened in order to take over much of me company's rant freight business westward. The water supply at Khat- iuck is to De increased to 720,000 gal lons daily. T" I . . . 1 1 . . loeuiricHi managers and booking agents win appreciate the trouble which has been taken by the Santa re ratiroad in eettlnir out Its new theatrical directory and will doubtless have frequent occasion to refer to lis pages. The pamphlet contains n list of al the towns on the Santa Fe system wnich boast a theater, and puts In tabulated form all the lnfor. mation concerning each which is es sential to the man who is s-olns- to take a show on the road. The name or tne tneater manager, the size of me stage, seating capacity and de tails of scenery arrangement, as well as hotel Information, transportation facilities and other matters of In terest to Thespians In general are all set forth In convenient form. and brought down to date as closely as poKsioie. NOTICE FPU PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, land of flee at Santa Fe, N. M., June 24, iu. Notice Is hereby given that Lucas tiailcgos, or San Rafael. N. M.. has filed notice of his Intention to make final five-year proof In Bupport of nls claim, viz: Homestead entry No fi!9S made April J2, 1902, for the WH SE. and S SW, section 34 township 5 N., range 7 W., and that said proof will be made before Sil vestre Mirabal, U. S. court commis sioner, at San Kafael, N. M., on Aug ust 0, 1907. He names the following witnesses to prove his continuous residence up on, and cultivation or. tne land, viz: Manuel Luoero, Trinidad Sabedra, Manuel Montoya, Vlctorlno Trujillo, all of San Rafael. N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. iAing I.lvc tho Kins is the popular cry throughout Euro pean countries, while In America, the cry of the present day Is "Long live Dr. King's New Discovery. King of Throat and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Ityder r infj Turro, Ma.s., says: "It r to give immediate relief I quickly cure a cough or c f Palne's opinion is shared Jorlty of the inhabitants of try. New Discovery cures and sore throats after remedies have failed; and ' and colds It's the only ' Guaranteed t.y all diuggls. jane ; 1100 Lottie free. of; BIG ROUNDHOUSE STANLEY S NEW CRUMBLES TO PIECES Ten Engines Burled In Ruins at San Bernardino. California. San Bernardino, Cat., July 8. The Santa Fe roundhouse In the lo cal yards lies a total wreck, the re sult of a collapse yesterday morn ing, a few minutes before 11 o'clock, which almost completely burled ten locomotives beneath tons of debris, damaging many of them. Fortunate ly there was sufficient warning of the coming disaster to enable almost every one In the building to escape to a point of safety before the crash came. The only mnn Injured was Engineer H. H. Preston, who was hit on the head by flying bricks, but al though painful, his injuries are- not considered serious. There has been no definite cause assigned to the sudden demolition of the building. Some of the officials were at first Inclined to think per haps a slight earthquake might have Jarred the foundation sufficiently to cause the collapse, but as no such shock was felt by any of those In the vicinity, they now believe that the building fell of Its own weight, be ing unable to stand the strain in its weakened condition. The building wasc condemned some time ago and plans have al ready been drawn for a new struct ure. Engines Damaged. Master Mechanic 1. C. Hicks was unable to -state the amount of the damage as the locomotives have not been examined sufficiently to make an estlmae of the repairs necessary berore they will be able to go on tne road again. It Is not thought, how ever, that the damage will run over $2,000 on this equipment. The building is a complete wreck, only a small portion of the north wall being left standing, and the roof remains Intact over only two of the stalls. As the building was to be razed In a short time there will be little absolute loss to the company except the Inconvenience of being without a housing place for some of Its engines until the construction of the new building. At 7 o'clock last night almost the entire structure had been cleared away, due to the unceasing energy of Master Mechanic Hicks and a force of 250 men who willingly gave up their Sunday Holiday In order to get the ground cleared oy morn inir. All trains were moved promptly, despite the fact that a large number of engines were tied up In the de molished houndhouse. ERECTED AT CLOVIS Clovls. N. M.. July 8. (Special.) The contract has been let for the construction of a con"rete coal chute and a $60,000 Harvey hotel at this place. The grading has commenced on the connection between Clovls and Cameo for the Eastern Hallway of New Mex ico. The line south of Roswell and I'ecos will start from this point in stead of Texlco, as at this time. The 18-stall round house is ready for the roof. Plans for the machine and car shops were received by the chief en gineer of the Eastern Hallway of New Mexico last night. C. E. Harris is Just completing a business block 2a by 60 feet on Main street. Dr. J. F. Scott, of Roswell, brother of K. K. Scott, city attorney of Ros well, Is putting up a two-story block on Main street. Elmer H. Olson, an engineer of lexlco, is putting up a two-story building on Main street. J. D. Lyons is 'building a two-story brick 'business block. E. W. Miers. the Clovls National bank. C. A. Clayton, M. Holnlck, and the First National bank are each erecting two-story brick business blocks on Main street. Mrs. Irene Griffith, of Farwell, has completed a fine new residence at the corner of Godding and Monroae streets. When there Is the slightest Indica tion of Indigestion, heart burn, flat ulence or any form of stomach trou ble take a little Kodol occasionally and you will get prompt relief. Sold by J. H. O Rlelly & Co. Kodol will nourish and strengthen your dlgesetlve organs and furnish the natural digestive Juices for your stomach. It will make you well. Ko dol digests wha you eat. Sold by J. O'RIelly & Co. (itT ME SEI " s. fYu TAnfJ AR THIS 13 -"v (.PLEASt ME HE KEY illintitcr li Jr, Rut i'll ti BUT GROWING RAPIDLY Ten Days' Old Town In Es tancia Valley Is a Wonder. Santa Fe, N. M., July 8. (Special Correspondence.) Willard and Es tancla, the older towns of Torrance county, have a rival In the new town of Stanley. This may be the first time you have ever heard of Stanley, but it will not be the last, and don't forget It. Stanley Is now aoou: tt ii days old, and It has a home lor eve. day of its life. These ten houses, two of which are store buildings, occupy a level piece of prairie ti miles north of Esrfanda, in the eastern part of the Estancla valley, on the Santa Fe Central railway. The townslte constitutes .three quar ter sections of land, forty acres of which are owned toy S. M. Douglass, and the remaining eighty are owned Jointly by W. C. Asher, J. A. Tarr and J. I. Hawson.- The way the town has sprung un. and the admirable site chosen for it, testify to the ca pability of the men behind the pro ject. Stanley Is only forty-five miles from Santa Fe and but a short dis tance from the San Pedro mining dis trict. Seventy teams are employed hauling coal and coke from Stanley to the mines. A large number of fine prospects have been found In the San Pedro district recently and the old mines are working night and day taking out ore, all of which is ship ped from Stanley. The supplies for all the camps In the district are tak en from the railroad at Stanley. This support alone Is sufficient lor a town of several thousand Inhabitants. To the east, south and west of Stanley are miles of rich agricultural land, which Is fast being settled up by ranchmen. New board houses, with Whining sides, dot the valley like ships in a sea of green as far as the eye can reach to the south, and more are going up dally. Stanley will be a good town, and there are openings In It for several classes of business. A lumber yard is needed very badly. The men who are leading In building the town say that they are ready to support a live newspaper. In fact Stanley affords many opportunities for men with lit tle money and plenty of energy. POSITIVE PROOF.' Should Convince the Greatest Skeptic In Albuquerque. Because It's the evidence of an Al buquerque citizen. Testimony easily Investigated. The strongest endorsement cf merit. The best proof. Read It: J. ' M. Parker, living at' 317 South Fourth street, Albuquerque, N. M., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills are en titled to the strongest praise I can give them. 1 never placed much faith in patent medicines, but I can say I have derived more good from Doan's Kidney Pills than I supposed it would be possible for me to get from any kind of medicine or treat ment. Several years ago I began to notice Indications of kidney com plaint. A year ago my condition reached the state where I was an al most constant sufferer from pain in my back and trouble of an alarming nature existed with the kidney secre tions. On one occasion the kidney secretions stopped altogether and I had to have a physician draw It from me. At that time I was employed as a locomotive engineer and had to give up this work, as the Jar of the engine made the pain in my back beyond en durance. I suffered from pain across my loins and In both sides over my hips that I would have to sit down In a chair and lean my back against something to support It. At night after I would retire I would not sleep any more than an hour before the pain would waken me; then I would have to sit up In bed and bend over In order to get relief. The kidney secretions were very profuse, and what added to my misery was a burning, scalding sensation which ac companied the secretions. About three months ago I learned of Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a supply. In a short time every difficulty was corrected and I have no trouble at all with my back and kidneys now. I am as well and strong as ever and am certain that I could take up the work that I had to give up, and could do it without any trouble. On occa sions without number I have recom mended Doan's Kidney Pills, and whatever I can say for them will al ways afford me pleasure." For sale by all dealers. Price BO cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the UnlUd States. Remember the name Doan's snd take no othr. No. 24 f HEN WHEKE ",0 HJ HAW r mxixixxxixxxxtixxixxxxxiiiixxxxxxxixixxxxxxxxiiiixxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxxxxtxxxxi SUIT CASES AND M. MANDELL OUR CLEARING XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX: Territorial Topics R. W. Turner and Miss Bessie Snovrr, of Alamogordo, were mar ried Sunday. Roswell Is preparing a big recep tion for Governor Curry on his ar rival at home. Bramlck Riggs, of Wilcox, Ariz one of the pioneers of Cochise coun ty, Is dead, aged years. Mrs. Leona Ruth Ellis died at La Luz, N. M., Saturday, survived by her husband and four children. The Indian Bcare at Fort McDow ell, Ariz., turns out to have been a fake. There was little danger at any time. The Arizona Firemen's association at its meeting Just closed at Pres cott, decided to meet next year at Tucson. Manuel Garcia Is dying at Doug las Ariz., from a shot wound In his body and Merced Santlbavas Is In Jail charged with doing the shooting. A mass meeting at Douglas, Ariz., has adopted resolutions denouncing the Western Federation of Miners and requesting It not to establish an office in that city. Hymnn Abraham, of Silver City, N. M., received a telegram Saturday, stating that A. W. Harris, a pioneer of Sliver City, died Frlduy in a Kan sas City hospital. Juan I'ltlverl, a native, was shot twice by Vldal Duran at a dance Saturday at Alamogordo, N. M. Du ran attempted to escape but his horse died from the heat and he was captured. I'ltlverl will survive. When Charlie Shepherd, head clerk In the Joyce Fruit company's grocery department, turned the cor ner one block from his home at Ros well, N. M., on his way to dinner he saw a number of children near the large Irrigating ditch that crosws the street, screaming. He ran and got to the ditch barely In time to rescue his own little girl less than 2 years old. Her little body was Just about to pass out of sight under the cement sidewalk, having floated 80 feet across the street, and passing under the bridge. She was revived by hard work. I will mall you free, to prove merit, samples of my Dr. Shoop's Restora tive, and my Book on either Dyspep sia, The Heart or The Kidneys. Troubles of the Stomach, Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of a deeper ailment. Don't make the common error of treating symptoms only. Symptom treatment is treating the result of your ailment, and not the cause. Weak Stomach nerves the Inside nerves mean Stomach weakness, always. And the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have their con trolling or Inside nerves. Weaken these nerves, and you Inevitably have weak vital organs. Here Is where Dr. Shoop's Restorative has made its fame. No other remedy even claims to treat the "Inside nerves." Also for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or complexion, use Dr. Shoop's Re storative. Write me today for sam ple and free Book. Dr. Shoop, Ra cine. Wis. The Restorative is sold by all dealers. o Are you looking tor somernlngT Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. It talks to the poople and they talk to you. 4 The Pabst Eight-Day Malting Process secures every par ticle of food from the barley grain, and the Pabtt Perfect Brewing Process transmits all of it, in predigcated form to Pabst BlueRibbon The Beer of Quality Ernest Meyers & Co., U'JIlf W. Silver Ave., Albuquerque Phone 125. b The Biggest Snap EverOfffered A Complete Line of Suit Cases and Va lues, Drummer Samples, Will Be Sold at Actual Cost g SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, JULY 6 Bad Bums Quickly Honied. "I am so delighted with what Chamberlains Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and tell you so," snys Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad burn on her knee. I applied Chamberlain's salve and It healed beautifully." This salve allays the pain of a burn most Instantly, It is for sale by all druggist. We do It right, HOUGH DRY. Im perial Laundry Co. A Memorable Day. One of the days we remember with pleasure, as well as with profit to our health, is the one on which we became acquainted with Dr. King's New Life Pills, the painless purifiers that cure headache and bllllousness, and keep the bowels right. 25o at all dealers. Special Excursions VIA TO principal points In Illinois. Town. Kan sas, .Michigan, Minnesota, .MbjHonri, North and South Dukota's and Wis consin. Dates of sale June 15, 16, 17, tt, 23. 24, 29. SO, July 1. 2, S, 4, 6, 6, 10, 11. 12. 19. 20, and 21. Final return limit October 31st Philadelphia and Return $59.25 Tickets on sale July 11, 12 and 13. Return limit July 23rd. By depositing this ticket and paying $1 It may be extended to leave Philadelphia up to and Including July 81st. T. E Purdy, Agent COAL asVHsWBB nest American Block, per ton.. $8. 50 Anthracite Nut, per ton $8.50 Anthracite Stove and Furnace per ton $9.50 WOOD DRY CEDAR PINION AND TOKNIIXO. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. John S. Beavcn 602 SOUTH FIRST STREET. When you want to buy, sell, rent or exchange Household Goods Keep busy until you find Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. Albuquerque - New Mexico W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. UVERT, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDFST MILL IN THE CITY. When In need of sash, door, frames, etc. Screen work a seclaltv. 403 bouth iirst street. Telephone 03. VALISES TTTTTTITITTTTTIITTTTTTTT TJse Kennedys Laxative Couth Syrup. Contains no opiates. It drive the cold out of the system by gently moving the bowels. Contains Honey and Tar and tastes nearly as good aa maple syrup. Children like lu Sola by J. H. O' Rlelly & Co. No breaking in needed The flexible sole Red Cross Shoe is c o tnfo rtable from he start. The burning and aching saused by stiff soles and the svils of thin soles are pre vented by the Red Cross. It enables a woman to be on her feet for hours at a time with :omfort. A stylish shoe that's absolutely comfortable If: Si, R'J Cnm taut Coll Blutitr, S400 )xfords, $3-5o ligh Shoes, $4.00 Let us fit you. WU. CHAPLm 121 RsltroMd Avnut Thos. F. Keleher DEVOES READY FAINT One Gallon Coven 600 Square Feet. PALMETTO ROOF TAIHT Stop Leaks, Lasts rive Yearn JAP-A-LAC. 408 Witt Rallfd Anna A. E. WALKER, rinm INSURANCE Secretary Mutual Building Uon. Office at 21T West Rallrma avenue. W. E. MAUGER WOOL with Raube and Uauger Of floe, US North First 8C ALIJCQVERQUE. N. M. Ton a art a at Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Bw - Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wines Liquors' and Cigars. Place your orders fc this line with us. 113-211-217 NORTH TH "ID 8T THIRD STREET Meat Market AU Kinds of Fresh and Salt Mast Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLIEJTWORT Masonic Building, North Third Btr O. A, GLEYSTER INSURANCE, RRAL EST A T T . NOTART PUBLIC Rooms 13 and 14 Cromwell Hl." Albuquerque. Telephone No. ! r r V)ith thtfootnJp ' Arm