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JS,nV5 TWO. MOXD.tr, JtI.iT 22, 1MT. Have YOU Been In CABINETS HOOSIER KITCHEN CABINET saves more steps than a bicycle Takes tb place el a Psntry, Capbosrd and Table. Larje aisorlmenl fust received. W. V. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. RAILROAD DEPARTMENT KANSAS ROADS OFFICIALS IN SERIOUS TANGLE Two Cent Rate In That State Is Giving Much Concern. OF WAY IS s EOF E The Southern Pacific Fights Phelps-Dodge Interests In Nocazarl. trip a pprinsr which throws the door open and when the foot is removed the door uprlnits shut again. This Is considered a wonderful Improvement over the old method of pulling the door open with a chain and poking It shut with a shovel. Mr. Beltleman passed through To peka a few days ago on the engine of a Rock Island train, superlntend Ing .the firing of the engine by thl method and It Is stated by Rock Is land officials that It worked splen didly, very little smoke being visible at the mouth of the smokestack. Owing to the smoke ordinances In some of the larger cities the prob lem, of abatement of the smoke has become a serious one with the rail roads, llany have tried the brick arch method but it has not proven successful and if so simple a' method as slower feeding of the furnace will solve the problem it will mean much to the railroads. lm- Douglas, Ariz., July 22. The portant development of the 24 hours In the contention tween the Southern Pacific and the Nacozarl railroad interests at Naco sari Is that an order in the nature of an injunction has been served on the Southern Pacific representatives, restraining them from further tear ing down property on their right of way until the merits of the conten tion have been aired in the Mexican THIS JOKE WAS OX Ull Ol FJtQCE SIIOPMEX. Hanta Fe Employes' Magazine: past Considerable good-natured rivalry has be- lur 'ioi'B lime existed Deiween me an Bernardino and Albuquerque Santa Fe shops over the amount of output, and this rivalry has recently been increased by reason of the transfer of Master Mechanic Hicks from Albuquerque to San Bernardino, where he was at one time employed as foreman. During last March Albuaueraun shops broke their record by turning fourf-H. Th. order wns fflven throtlirh the district Judge of Nogales and was out 22 heavy and general repair en- eerved on the Southern Paclflo people by the commiseario at Nacozarl. The result will be to stop condemnation proceedings until an investigation is made by the courts. With both sides represented by able lawyers, as well as civil engi neers, surveyors and other employes, the Southern Pacific and El Paso gines, and the boys. In a somewhat boastful spirit, had their photo taken and sent it to Master Mechanic Hicks at Man Bernardino to taunt him on account of making a better showing than San Bernardino had ever made, Inscribing on the back, "Twenty-two neavy ana general repairs In March and this is the bunch that did it." It Houthwestern are engaged in a bat- happened, however, that March was me Banner monin lor san Ber nardino, the shops at that point also having turned out 22 heavy and gen eral repair engines. The San Bernar dino boys, therefore, arranged to turn the laugh on Albuquerque and had a group photo taken and for warded to Master Mechanic Tarlo.v with the inscription. "Twentytwo neavy and general repairs for March, and this Is the bunch of orange pick erg that did it." And, talk about the laugh It includes everything from the suppressed chuckle and the quiet laugh In the sleeve to the broad, ex pansive grin as big as the Santa Fe system. Even Master Mechanic Hicks has a naughty little twinkle in his eye as though he were very glad to be able to turn the tables on his old associates at Albuquerque. tie for a right of way through the property of J. 8. Douglas at N'aco- sari. Col. Epes Randolph yesterday re ceived advices from N'acozarl that caused him to at once wire his agents to cease further action until Southern Pacific attorneys can arrive and the matter is laid before the Mexican officials. Refuses to grit. The dispute arises over the pos session of a strip of ground through Nacozarl. which the Phelps-Dodga company claim to hold exclusively tinder concession from the Mexican government, and through which the Southern Pacific now claims to have been granted a right of way, Recently the Southern Pacific agents began the purchase of between forty and fifty shacks, owned by Mex icans, in the disputed territory, and had bought aJl but eight when they were stopped J. S. Douglas, superintendent of the Nacozarl smelters, which are owned by the Phelps-Dodge company, refus ed to sell his property, denying tha the Southern Pacific had been grant ed a concession by Mexico. Southern Pacific agents proffered Douglas ithe amount they claimed was due him for the property, which he refused. Then they notified him that If he did not accept the money and move off inside of three days they would begin to tear down his build ings. Douglas stood firm and refused to aell. On Wednesday Southern Pacific employes began to tear down the buildings Douglas had refused to sell end several of them were placed in Jail at Nacozarl. iBoth sides lost no time In tele rraphlng to their attorneys, who came from El Paso, Bi.bee and other points in the southwest, reaching Xa cozari prepared to engage In a hard legal fight to decide which railroad shall have the right of way. Gov. Ysabel was wired of the com plication, and sent Deputy Governor faramiJlo, who arrived at Nacozarl yesterday afternoon and will hear both sides, returning to his superior with the information he gathers. The Southern Pacific and Phelp Dodge company, which owns the El Paso & Southwestern branch from Douglas to Nacozarl, are both anxious to hold a right of way through Naco aarl, and their present quarrel may result in much the same struggle that was fought between the Southern Pa cine and Santa Fe for the right of way through Box canyon In Gila county several months ago. B)iOKEUM FIRING OX 1UHK ISLAM) ROVI, The Rock Island is installing a sys tern of smokeless tiring on Its en crines, especially on the passenger trains. Sam Beltleman. a man who has been studying tiring from a fH'ientitlc standpoint has been employ ed by the company to have churge of the Installation of the system of smokeless firing. Mr. Bektleman will have his headquarters in Topeka and will have a number of men working under him to teach the firemen on engines the symem of firing. This system which is being used success folly on several roads consists slm ply of a one-shovel method of firing. Instead of opening the door of the furnace and filling It with from a dozen to twenty shovelfuls of coal at once the fireman throws one shovel full at a time In and scatters it over the bed of the furnace. This will make harder work for the fireman (but will effect a wonderful saving In fuel and do away with a great null ance to the passengers and people living near the railroad tracks. To make the work of the fireman lighter the company has adopted a new patent furnace door opener This Invention enaJbles the fireman to open the door by placing hiB foot on a certain portion of the cab floor In front of the furnace door. This XEW EQUIPMENT FOR SOITHKUX PACIFIC. Chicago, 111., July 22. Reports of deliveries of new equipment show that of 4,050 cars ordered by the Southern and Union Pacific roads. 1.00S had been received before th close of the old fiscal year. Out of orders for 6,600 refrigerator cars. 2,600 had been delivered. These roads had also received 350 gondola an 1 ballast cars and 1,450 fiat cars and 625 hopper cars. In all, more than 14.000 cars, costing nearly $20,000 000, have been bought by the Harrl man lines this year. They have re ceived deliveries of 175 locomotives out ef orders for 271, at a cost of 14.200,000. in addition to providing this extra equipment, the Harrlman lines are doing an Immense amount of Im provement work In the direction of double tracking, additional sidings Installing signal systems and enlarge ment of freight yards at Important centers. Owing to the Improvements already effected, there has been an increase of 16 per cent in car mile age and of 17 per cent In train mile age. ah Mexican central flat cars, en route to Mexico from the eastern shops are being broken In on the New Mexico division at Ortiz by hauling earth and rock to that place wnere the roadbed is being strength ened. R. L. Watts, formerly chief engi neer of the Armour Packing com pany at Kansas City, Kan., has leen appointed chief, engineer for the San la re at tne Grand l anyon, lie is well known In Albuquerque. Mrs. AV. A. Jones, a clerk at the Ash Fork, Ariz., curio room of the Harvey system, and formerly env ployed In the local curio room, pass ed through Albuquerque yesterday en route eit. F. R. Frost, electrical engineer of the Santa re. passed through Albu querque last wwk, en route home from a thorough tour of the coat lines. A night operator has le n placed at the Nutt, X. M . station on th Xutt branch of the Rio Grande dl vision. 1 lie following extra brakeman are marked on the freight office board Dunn, Netf, Philips, McLcvy and lllacock. Conductor Jeffries anil Engineer Ciomwlck were dead-headed to Das Vegas last evening on No, 8. The I.a Tuna, N. M.. telegraph eta tlon on the Rio Grande division has been closed. C. G. Moore h:is been appointed as yai dnia-ster at Dt niing, vice H. H. Osner, resigned. Topeka, Kan., July 22. The San ta Fe system, the Rock Island lines and other Kansas railroads are fac ing a problem that calls for the wis dom of a olomon. Kansas wants a 2-cent a mile passenger rate and the railroad commission of that mate has addressed a letter to the legal de partments of the various railroads asking the mntter to be presented to the proper otneer lor aotion. When the western states were agi tating the passage of 2-cent passen ger rate bills the railroads of Kansas agreed to Issue a mLleage book, good for use of bearer. In the state tut a fiat rate of 2 cents a mile if tha legislature would not pass a rate law IH-niHiul for .MlUiuro Hook. The result hag been that the rail roads have sold little else In Kansas than mileage books for several weeks and the conductors have had to nave help in the collection of tickets on trains. So insistent has the clamor become that both the railroad commission and the railroads have been compelled to sit up and take notice, and as there Is likely to be a complication me meeting of the Western Passenger as sociation, called for today, nas peen postponed until July 31, and some of the passenger men have taken tllght to Kansas with the object of making a personal Investigation. Anneal to Commission. The letter to the commission reads in nart as follows: As you are aware, tne ranroaus operating in the states of Nebraska, Missouri and Arkansas have in effect a 2-cent passenger fare rate. The fact that this law Is in effect in neigh boring states and the fact that con ditions in those states from a pas senger traffic standpoint are similar to those existing in Kansas in creat Ing a general demand for the estab lishment of a 2-cenit maximum pas' senger rate in this state. The pur pose of this letter is to urge upon your company tne importance oi onslderalion oi the estaDiianment oi an emergency z-cent maximum pas senger rate in Kansas, so that Kan sas mav be placed upon an equal footing with the surrounding territory in this regard, this emergency maxi mum rate to become permanent upon the establishment of the 2-cent maxi mum rates in the states named by the courts. This action on the part of your company will avoid the pos slblllty of an order of the board es tablishing such rate and the attend ant litigation in the courts." ItcfitNO to Discuss ltuatlon. The legal departments of the roads having lines In Kansas refuse to dis cuss the situation, preferring the mat ter be first brought to the considera tion of the executives. The matter will not be considered until early next week by the executive of the Kansas railroads, as many of them are out of town anil not uuo unin Saturday, and will desire reports of their passenger men who have gone to Kansas to investigate. TRAIN'S DEKYYED liV SLIGHT ttUKlh Emporia, Kan., July 22. The trains from the east Saturday after noon were laid out by a wrecK nesir Strong City. Train No. 306, the local on the Strong Clty-Superioi branch, had a rear end collision with a drag which was Rtanding on the track be tween Neva and Strong City. The passenger rounded a curve Just be fore reaching the place where the wreck occurred and the passenger engineer could not see the train In time to stop his engine. Scott Ram sey, the engineer on tne passenger, was slightly scalded ond 1'oier ra- gan, his fireman, sustained sngni in- Jury tao his shoulder, received when he jumped upon seeing tne ireigni on the track ahead ot mm. -inree empty coal cars next to the way ear were telescoped, but the damage to the passenger is reported to be slight. Confused running orders or the over looking of the block are the reported cause of the collision. N INSPECTION TOUR General Supt. Parker Escort ing His Successor Over Western Division. R. J. Parker, the new general su perintendent of the central grand di vision with headquarters at Newton, formerly of the western grand divi sion, and his successor on the western grand division, H. W. Sharpe, at present superintendent of the Kansas City terminals, arrived In Albuquer que Sunday morning on a tour of in spection. They were accompanied by N. M. Rice, general storekeeper of Topeka; M. J. Drury, mechanical superintend ent at Da Junta; James Kurn, super intendent of the New Mexico division at Las Vegas; B. P. Phelps, of To peka, and F. M. Mitchell, of Omaha, in charge of the tests department, and A. C Haskell of the La Junta office. They were met In Albuquerque by W. K. Etter, superintendent of the Rio Grande division; I. J. Custer, gen eral storekeeper of the coast lines, and L. A. Mullanty of the Wlnslow office. An Inspection Trip. "We are on a tour of inspection," said Superintendent Parker. "You know that I relinquish the western grand division for the central grand division on August 1 and Mr. Sharpe, now superintendent of the Kansas City terminals, will become general superintendent of the western grand division with headquarters at La Junta. "I am showing him the divisions over which he will have charge. Be fore coming here we went over the Colorado division to Denver; the San ta Fe branch, and we also made a stop at Raton to inspect the construc tion of the new tunnel. Our next trip will be over the Rio Grande di vision,' Including the Doming. Silver City and other branches. Returning north we. will Inspect the Belen cut off from Rio Puerco to Texico, prob ably returning to Topeka via the Pecos Valley and Northeastern divi sion." "I never Imagined that the western grand division was so grand," eai.l Mr. Sharpe. "The scenery, along the division in Colorado and New Mexico Is certainly sublime; the climate Is fine and the cities are prosperous. The special train left this morning at 8 o'clock for the south end, pass ing No. 10, which was late, at 1s- leta. HIIXXIimXITIlXUXIIIlUllTIIIXXXXXXXIIXZIUXXXXXXXItlXXtXXXXXXXXIXXXXXIXXIIiy ?1 CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES! CUT FRIGES ARE NOW ON THE BILL oooooexxxxocxxxx Winter's lingering in the lap of Spring did it. Perhaps you remember that, when we expected pleasant weather early in the spring, it snowed. Then it snowed again. And then it snowed between snows and all at the time when we should have been selling Spring things. The short season leaves our stock too large. NOW THINGS MUST GO. New season and new stock in view. Plenty of time to wear light weights but short time in which to sell them. So, here goes. The more you buy the more you'll save. That's the whole story. : : :::::::::: FOR PRICES LOOK AT MY WINDOW Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup C0STAIUS HONEY AOT TAR Relieves Colds by working them out of th system through a copious and healthy action of th aoweis. Relieves Coughs by cleansing th mucous membranes of th throat chest rand bronchial tubes. "As pleasant to the tut as Mapl Sugar" Children Like It For BACKACHE WEAK KIDNEYS Try DeWltt't Kldnej and Bladder Pills Sure and Safe SOLD I1Y J. 1. 0'UIELI.Y CO. WEAK, WEARY WOMEN. I -earn the Cause or Daily Woes End Them. and MRS. COREY WILL REMAIN OFF STAGE New York. July 22. Uoon his re turn from Europe today, on board I -a Savoie, William Kills Corey, presi dent of the United states Steel cor poration, denied lu positive terms that he has yet rel(fned the prel dency of the trust, but was less den nlte in his announcement regarding his future plans. When first ques tioned upon the subject of his reHlg natlon. Mr. Corey's replies were eva sive, but when this was called to his attention and a positive sia.teni.cn. re quested, he said: "I have not resigned rrom me presidency of the steel corporation. In fact, 1 have come uacK eariy in the summer on purpose to go to work. 1 um not Informed regarding the details of any meetings that may have been held during my absence, and that Is all I can say upon that subject." When Mr. Corey made tms nisi Matt ment, he was seated in his Mate- room. "You may say for Mrs. Corey and mysef that ehe Is through wltn the stane for life. She will never ap pear upon the staKe again. She Is glad to give it up and 1 will be pleas ed to see this denial made prominent a I can onlv believe that the rumor was Ktarted by someone wishing to secure a little notoriety by making use of her name." When the back aches and throbs. When housework is torture. W hen night brings no rest nor sleep. When urinary disorders set in Women's lot Is a weary one. There is a way to escape these woes Doan's Kidney Pills cure such ills. Have cured women here in Albu querque. This is one Albuquerque woman's testimony. Mrs. J. R. Grubb, living at 217 South Broadway, Albuquerque, New Mexico, says: "For about two weeks my condition was so that whenever I would move around, pains and sharp stitches would take me in my loins. Further proof of a disturbed condition of the kidneys existed, evi denced by a too frequent action of the secretions from these organs, as was mostly noticeable In the fore part of the day. A lady, who had been similarly troubled and had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, advised me to use them. Procuring a box I used only a small portion and the benefit I derived was so pronounced that was given proof of the genuineness of this medicine as a cure for back ache and all ills arising from de ranged kidneys." For sale by all dealers. Price BOc, Foster-MIlburn Co., Buffalo, N. Y sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. 14. FEE'S CiOOD, coi.n t?oot REEV AT WALTON'S D Kl't J STOUfcl 3 WL. MANDELL TtTITXTXXTXXXTXXTXXXXXXlXXIXUlXXZXXXXIXHTTHTTTTITT-tTTTTTTTTTIITTTTTTTTTTTTIX HAIIt DltESSEU AXTJ CHIROPO DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors oppo site the Alvarado and next door to Sturges' cafe, is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions and in growing nails. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion, and is guaranteed not to be injurious. She also prepares a hair tonic that cures and prevents dandruff and hair fall ing out; restores life to dead hair removes moles, warts and superfluous hair. Massage treatment by vibrator machines. For any blemish of the face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini u See our new Double Long Staple Mattresses. Sample on exlbitton. No better made for any price. Futrelle I urnlture co. X00X3eX0OSK30 Weill JPepe! W. E. MAUGEP WOOL with Raube and Mauger Office, 115 North First St. ALBVQCERQUE, N. M. When you want to buy, sell rent or exchange Household Goods Keep busy until you find Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. i Albucueroue New Mexico i O0X5)0X)0O00)000K) SPECIAL SUMMER EXCURSION RATES VIA From Chicago Use "Lake Shore" Or Michigan Central The Magsrs Falls Route "AMERICA'S GREATEST RAILWAY SYSTEV From St. Louis Use "Big Four Route" BOSTON OLD HOME W Our ROrGIl DRY worn aon'shave to be washed over. Imperial Laun dry Co. Deafns Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as tney cannoi reach the diseased portion of the ear. There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that Is by constitutional remedies. leafnc'ss Is caused by an innamea conai- llos of the mucous lining of the eus tachian Tube. When this tube Is Inflam ed you have a rumbling sound or lmpe fect hearing, and when It Is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and un less the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed forever; nine cases out of ten are caused vj Catarrh, which Is nothing but an Inflam ed condition of (he mucous surfaces. We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) that cannot be cured by Hall s Catarrh Cure. Bend for circulars free. V. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props. Toledo, Ohio. Pold bv all Druggists. 75c. Take Hall s fsinlly Pills for constipa tion. . July 25, 26, 27, 28 Emm CHICUiO or ST. I.OI'IS OXK FARE ilu $2.00 for the Iloi'Mt Tltll". A t;raml "OI.H HoMI". WEEK" tVlobnttlon and Iti-iiiilon. Sewn Duys of Public 1 Vstlvitios toiiiiiiciuing JVLV 2Kth. Founder' Ihiy: Patriots' Day: fJrvater IWM011 Day; Now Eng land Day: Mas.sH,lniM"ti' Day; Woiim-ii's Day: .Military Day. Dur ing tlie-' St-vt-n Duy Historic HUSTON will lie "AT HOME" to all her Sons and Daughters, wherever residing. BOSTON AND RETURN, July 13. 22, 23. August 6, 10, 20, 24; Sept. 10, 14, 24, 2S. Fare from Chicago, $24.00 Tare from St. Louis, $27.00 NEW ENGLAND RESORTS July 13. 22, 23; Aug. c, 10, 20, 24; Sept. 10, 14. 24, 2S. From Chicago or St. Louis, One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip CANADIAN RESORTS, Daily Until Sept. 30, '07 From Chicago or St. Loois, One Fare Plus $2.00 for the Round Trip Full I'urtleulars may lie obtained from any Ticket Agent of the NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES W'AHHEX J. IYXCII, rasacneor Tronic Manager, CHICAGO. J. D. Eakln, President O. Oloml, Vic President. "1.111 S3 F- I Chas. Mellni. 9Mtn O. Bscaecai, TrMnra. . Consolidated Liquor Company Snoeetaor to MELSNI A EAKIN, and IACHECHI A OIOMI, WMOLKBALK DKALKRB IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars W kttp irtrythlng la stoek It taint lb west fMttldloat bar eomplal Hv bean appointed axclualv agnta In th Southwest ff 3m. ft. Bchlltz, Wm. Lamp and 8t Louis A. B. C Brswsrlss; Ysllowston, Green Rlvsr, V. H. McBraysr' Cedar Brook, LOula Huntsr.T.J. Man. arch, and thr standard kranda of whiskle toe numarOua t mantle. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDER. Bat sell th straight article a received by tis from tie best laerlea. Distilleries and Breweries In tae United Stat a. Call aad Insaeet ear Stock and Prices, or write tor Illustrated Catalogue and rlei fclaL Issued to dealers only. FeLint! l-et mo patter and paint your house. Satisfaction iruaranteed. Frompt attention to mall orders. J, D. EMMONS, Successor to Stacy & Go. South Second and Lead q 000K)00VD00000 621 Xorth First Street. Phone No. 483 DIAMOND Sou Ui western Brewery ft Ice Company. COAL BBaBBBBaBBBBBBBBsaSBBMBSBBl Best American Mock, per ton,. $6. 50 Anthracite Nut, per ton 98.60 Anthracite Stove and Furnace per ton $9.50 WOOD DRY CEDAR PINION AND TOHXIIXO. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. John S. Beaven 602 SOUTH FIRST STREET. a' .y EXCURSIONS You Hon t Count the Cost when eating our pies, cakes and pastry, for It's small in comparison with the satisfaction you gain. The day you start using the products of our bakery will be a red letter one on your calendar. Mark it up this day. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street Mexico City and return $40.25, June 8 to 15 Inclusive. Limit Autrust SI. 1907. Norfolk. Va., and return, 15 day limit. 158.76; sixty day. $72.90; seasoi limit, Dec. 15th, 87.45. Denver and return, $23.70; Colorado Springs and return, $20.75; Pueblo and return, $18.95. Tickets on sale June 1st to Sept. 80. 1907. Return limit Oct 31, 1907. T. E. PURDT. Agent. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When in need of sash, door, frames etc. Screen work a Hpecialty. 403 South First street. Telephone 403. If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Give us your ROUGH DRY wera Monday, and get It back Wednesday Imperial Laundry Co. Our work is as our name implies, and our charges are right. Standard Plumbing & Heating Go