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"AGE SIX. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. JAPS FLOCKING TU HANDLE All HERE F OM MEXICO ORE 8Y NEW SYSTEM at Evident That Some Powerful Copper Queen Company Motive Is Behind BIsbee. Ariz , Installing Alovcment. Patent Device. El Paso. Tex., July 22. Is there I I'lshee. Ariz., juiy ii. a simpie movement on foot on the part ol I ana economical system n urinous h uninu ir,ivmmiit in mane I ore irom tne xiones in me xunaie nr.nhrn Mexico and California the I and loading it in me rauruuu curs r... nf nrollmlnnrv oiieratlons lor I to oe installed ai an me uiir war with the United states ana tna; i wueen propei ue nuinu the hundred of Japanese dally com-I montn. i nis ssiem nus ueeu n imr Into the territory mentioned are I contemplation for some time and It " . " I . .. .1... ..I. .l,.. V.i.ii srents or the Kovernment preparing i as on um m mr im lor war: Twenty-eight Japanese, some with transportation to Cananea. Mexico, ami others with transportation to Vancouver. Canada, were admitted at the local Immigration station this morning. Twenty-tive were admitted yesterday. Thirty-seven were admit ted the day before, and last Saturday eisrhty-nlne were admitted. In the last two -weeks numbers varying from twenty-five to fifty have been admit ted entransit daily. That they do not go to their alleged destination la tacitly admitted even by the olllcials themselves. Most of them are vet erans of the Russo-Japanese war. lWu'W to Line. tor or much or the ore or me bar ren district that it had not been In stalled before. It, was feared by many that the fkip system would bo a failure, but It has now been proved that a solution of the difficulty has been solved. When Installed at the Copper yueen properties the new sys tem will change entirely ine present method of mine operation. In order to carry out the new plans a Nord bersj hoist with a capacity of 4,000 tons daily has been ordered. Mh nments are being steadily in creased at the Cole shaft of the Pu- Derlor & Pittsburg company and the same condition prevails at the Junc tion property. It Is expected that within a phort time the Calumet .4 In cases where the brown men I Pittsburg s-haft will be operated again nave gone to Cananea entransit they I with a full forve. have run back and even crossed the border into the United States. Three such ran the border at Douglas Sun day and are now in the jail there. Kitrhteen others, put to work by the Montezuma Copper company, worked only three days and then came to Agua Prleta, across the river from Douglas, where the Inspection olticers are keeping close watch on them lest they run the line into the Uni ted states. Work on Shaft. Work of sinking the shaft .nd driving the drifts on the various levels on the property of the CoehUe Development company is Delng pusn- ed steadily forward. There is a full force at work and developments on the company s property are of an en couraging nature. Developments at the property oi the North Blabee Development com- Five Japs were arrested at Green's Pany are very satisfactory to in nas Deen ariven zou ieei ana lor wie last 20 has been In ledge matter, which still forms the face of the drift. The lilass shaft has been sunk 4 8 feet below the level of the mass tunnel and presents a very favorable station, near Loredo, Texas, a day two ago. Fifteen have been caught and held for deportation there recent lv. There are 800 Japanese now In Juarez. Twenty of them were offer ed work by Mayor Montemayor of BASE BALL WIIKItK T1IF.Y PLAY. National Irniruo. St. Louis at Philadelphia. Chicago at New York. Clnclnnfl.tl at Brooklyn. Piltsjurg, at Boston. American I-nguo. Poston at Chicago. New York at St. Louis. Philadelphia at Detroit. Washington at Cleveland. HOW TIIKY STAND. National Ia'iikiic. Won. Lost. Chicago 61 New York 4 8 Pittsburg 48 Philadelphia 43 Hrooklyn 38 Boston 33 Cincinnati 32 St. Louis 19 21 30 31 34 45 45 49 67 Tct. .744 .615 .608 .6. -.8 .458 .523 .221 SAID PASHA" ENJOYED BY GOOD AUDIENCE Aimrii'an Irfvuo. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 53 Cleveland 48 Detroit 46 Philadelphia 45 New York 38 St. Louis 84 Poston 31 Washington 25 31 33 32 34 42 48 49 61 .631 .513 .590 .570 .475 .415 .33 .329 Western Ienmie. Won. Lost. Omaha 54 Lincoln 4 8 Des Moines 44 Denver 40 Sioux City 35 Pueblo 31 36 38 38 41 50 49 Prt. .600 .558 .537 .4 a 4 .412 .388 Juarei several days ago at $2 per day appearance. A crosscut is to oe .4.W . ....(.... , n umAl.a- n.arimttneU U.L BV ICCl W UClClllllllD 1 Juares, all hav they say Is paid them In Japan before they sailed. Suva Jans Hun Lines. Inspector Charles T. Connell. head of the Chinese inspection depart ment with headquarters atJougla arrived in the city yesterday. He held a consultation with immigration "burher.l tnid." They dimensions of the ore body first brok ke United States gold, which en in at a depth of 2 .feet The Shattuck-Arlzona Is making regular daily shipments of better than 300 tons to the copper yueen smelter at Douglas. The drift on the 900 level recently entered a body of low-srade sulohide ore which seems to ,be an extension of one of GhM hmucker of the local bureau the large bodies opened up on the and the matter of Japanese entries ",,;,,,;: along the -border was discussed. Mr. old ore .bodies . are toeing Oil further 7'.tomM.er in "bond kerned lnze Is being sunk. Preparations anxious to get Into the United States and unwilling to work when tneir owunauun wi rwu:iiou. unco I t ,,i M. t.rr-. trttai ,.f arrested Sunday and elghteen more "'"h'" hn. Y IvSTK K 1) A Y'S GAMES. National league. "At Chicago: U. H. E. Chicago 0 6 2 Boston 3 10 0 Batteries Walsh and Hart; Win ter and Crlger. Second game: R. H. E. Chicago 4 4 0 Boston 2 9 lHatterles White and Hart; Glaze Pruitt and Criger. At St. Louis: R. H. E. St. Louis 2 4 1 New York 3 7 2 itatterles Howell, Petty and Stev ens; Hogg, Newton and Kleinow. Western League. lAt Tucblo: R. H. E. Pueblo 10 10 0 Denver 0 5 4 Batteries McGregor, Hatch and Drill; Bohannon, Doll and McDon- ough. At Sioux City: it. m. Sioux City 3 8 1 Lincoln 8 12 1 Batteries Furcher, Jarrot ana Sheehan; McKay and Sullivan. At Omaha: R. H. Omaha 4 12 1 Des Moines 9 12 0 Batteries Sanders. Thompson and Bonding: Clarke and Dexter. feeond game: R. H. E. Omaha 4 5 2 Des Moines 1 8 0 Batteries Sanders and Gondlng; Miller and Dexter. are toeing made for the Installation of the new compressor and the new boiler ordered has arrived, which refused to work In Mexico and are now on the Mexican side across from Douglas, evidently waiting their op nortunltv to dodge the Inspectors, 'There Is plenty of work for them In Mexico." said Mr. Conneil. "but they seem to be unwilling to work in that country. Turn lKm n Montemayor s oner. 750 horse power from the five boil era. At the Denn-Arlzona the sinking of Its shaft Is progressing satisfactor ily and the 1.140 mark was reached last week. The bottom of the shaft Is now In comparatively soft ground, being a formation of iron and silica. On the 1,100 level three drifts are Mayor 8. Montemayo.r of Juarex ng run In , a, many direction, and stated that about a week ago he call ed twenty or more of the Japanese to his oflice and through an interpre ter offered to give them work and supply them with transportation to a smelter some nines irom j-uarez, oi' ferine them S2 ner day for their ser vices, but the Japanese said they did not want to work. The Japanese In Juarez seem to De all of them are In ledge matter. Shipments from the Calumet & Arizona properties have been slightly Increased and the shafts are being operated with practically a full force of men. American Association At St. Paul: First game. St. Paul 2; Columbus 0. Second game, St. Paul 2; Columbus 1. At Kansas City: Kansas City 1; To. ledo 12. At Mlneapolls: Mlneapolls 3; In dianapolis 1. At Milwaukee: No game; double header with Louisville postponed; rain. Because of the rnln only a small audience gathered to enjoy the per formance of "fviid Pasha" by the Bos. ton Ideal Comedy company at tho Traction park Casino last night. What the audience lacked In numbers It more than made up in enthusiasm, but this was poor consolation tor the man at the 4ox otllte. At no performance since the begin ning of the present engagement was -the applause so rapturous and encores so many as at the show of last even ing. The production merited the ova tion It received, for it is a sprightly, mirth producer from starts to linlsli. The music especially is iaihy and the humor contagious. It laughter Is good for tlie lieulth, no one who attended the oeia last night need be sick for a month. Few In the audience realized that, by reason of t lie Illness of Frank Dale, who eould not apear, the cast was considerably hampered. ine make-shifts resorted to, however, were scarcely noticeable. Miss Laura Moore as Serena had a few beautiful songs allotted to her which she sang with rare purity or tone. r W. Walters, In the part of Terrano. the. Mexican noble, dolighted the audience with his splendid tenor Mights and was encored repeatedly, as was also Miss Moore. .Miss winrreu Crowley, as Queen Altl, was both good to look upon and pleasant to near. Arraved In oriental splendor she pre sented a beautiful stage picture. A. C. Burgess, as Hodad and Byrl Har rison as Nockey made n good pair oi laugh provokers und W. H. Burgess as the vehement Kajah was exception. ally convincing. H. C. Moseley as Said Pasha and Miss Kittle Oebler as Balah also contributed their full share to the success of the piece. "Suid Pasha" Is an opera which demands the ears and eyes of the audience yet does not compel one to strain himself thinking. The plot Is slender as a thread and unravels as easily as cotton from a spool. TIvj fascinating musical numbers and de lightful comedy bits are dispersed throughout the piece with liberality and at no time does the action drag or the music pall. The chorus comes In for some strong work and in the ensemble scenes and volumes of sound Is si.ul stirring. "Said Pasha" will toe playe.l again tonight and "Pinafore" will be put on as the closing performance of the engage ment tomorrow night. Port Bryon, N. Y., has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded. Amos F. King of that place says: "Bucklen's 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. WANTKO YOCXO MAX IX)tt SODA FOUNTAIN. VANN DUUU CO. o When there Is the slightest Indica tion of Indigestion, heart burn, flat ulence or any form of stomacn trou ble take a little Kodol occasionally and you will get prompt relief. Sold by J. H. O' Hlelly & Co. o Bring us your Job work. Prices the very lowest and the work will stand Inspection anywhere. Business and calling cards a specialty. .CASINO. 20 COMIC OPERA PEOPLE 20 Tonight Said Pasha tuesday"night Farewell Performance Fra Diavalo Curtain 8:30. Trices 25c and 35c Reserved seats at Matsons. THE MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUCfQUK NEW MEXICO Capital and Surplus, $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS Constipation For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlain's Stom- well supp led with money, all of them BC" nu ,,w" v.,Lo k,, f iTnitH produce a pleasant movement of the gold, "most of it of the ,10 and 20 bowel, without any , disagreeable ef. riennm nation ann all oi ine mintage i " - - . of 1902 and 1903 Many of the Jans have grips In which they carry uniforms worn on the fields of Tain Sin and Mukden and carry with them medals of honor for gallant services on ine oaiueneiu Thev are all small, but carry them selves well and make a presentable appearance despite their pleblan clothing. Most of them are intelli gent and can speak Spanish enough to be understood when they reach Juarez, after only a week or so In &lexlco. More of the Japanese are arriving In Juarez over the Mexican Central dallv. Thev come to this port from central Mexico, whither they make their way from Hallna Cruz, where they land by shiploads. Others that land at Salina Cruz make ineir way along the coast to Guaymas and fur ther north to lower California. Those coming here purchase tickets to Van couver, Canada, or to Cananea, Mex ico, and on the strength of these tickets are admitted "o the United rUates. fio TlH'Ir Way Alone. The only qualification for admit tance at the immigration station Is that they possess a ticket to Canada or Cananea and that they are in good health. After they board the train . her thev are under the surveillance of regular inspection officers along the road for nome distance. After that they go their way alone and are not given any attention by the gov ernment until their point of destina lion is reached If it Is reached. The government has an inspection officer at Vancouver and one at Cananea and these Inspectors take note of the Japs who arrive and send their report to Washington. poucwslci BEGS FOR MERCY New York. July 22. Although he begged for mercy saying he had at einnted robbery to save him from Hiurvation. Williams Morgan. Is vears old. who whs caught rilling lefrlgerator box in a saloon today vv;m Muhiei-ted to a brutal beating by a i.o-licenian after being hot in the lfr hand durlnc the chase. The. man is in St. Vincent's hospit 1 unconscious and wllh several waip wounds, und so wtaK thai n: n.a ifL rNiver. Vainly citizens who witnessed th utlack pleaded wltll me policeman i t,.t. He onlv replied that it a ivine of helr business and continued beating the man until he was uliuost neneleiH, vi..r.ti and another man were neen by a pedestrian inside the sa Thev had broken the lock ol the front door, but had made no at tempt to take anything oui iooj ine For sale by all druggists. SILVER CITY IS BOOSTING HERSELF Silver City. N. M.. July 22. (Sne rlul) The Sliver City Chamber of Commerce is sending out a large amount of advertising matter, de scriptive of the city, Its resources and advantages. Principal among the list of good points enumerated Is the fact that Silver City Is the distributing point for southwestern New Mexico. iouoi iu nourish and strengthen your digesetlve 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. We do It right. notCR DHT. perlal Laundry Co. A cleansing, clean, cooling, sooth ing, healing household remedy Is De Witt's Carbolized Witch Hazel Salve. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. FEE'S PEERLESS HOME-MADE CAND'ES. AT WALTON'S DRUG STORE. DeWItfs Little Early Risers. Small, sure, safe pills. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. The Biggest Kind of a Change that Ever Happened to Any Magazine Has Happened This Month to SCRP BOOK THC ftCaaP BOOK tor July fa fa sued In fwo cfofia two compfefa mogartnem, each svfih its owu cover and Itm own table ol contmntm. Ono of theme mectlonm lm an ALL ILLUSTRATED maqawlue t the other lm an ALL-FICTION tnagatlne. Each lm a mammoth maga tine m Itaelf. The one prementm an overwhelming array of human Interest article and f.'fuslrationai the other an enormous tonnage of fiction 160 pagem of abmorbing mtorlem. Ten vearj I created a new type of msesiine th. ALL-FICTION magazine. Now I am creating mother .liinrt vi-the ALL-ILLUSTRATED maeaxins. Thii ii the ags of apecialuation. I he convenOonal magajin. miturl.ic of illustrations and its tmattenng of notion and its smattering or special articles, a i vith its contain L rnou-A of any one thing to make it satisfying. The ALL-FICTION magazine and the ALL-UXU 1 KA I tu masitine, joined togtthei it a uait, strengthen each other, and inak, tomething really L:g and lorcef ul and convtuang. The Only Way to Know a Thing is to Try It The two-section n-.aaiine idea Is brand-new to the world. It Is not quite new with me, however, as I have riven it, at i iid timei, four or live yean of thought It first came into my mind in resMjne to a desire to coup.e, in some way. the str?njth of the all-hction magaiine with the illustrated feature of the conventional magazine. It has been a difficult problem to work out. Now that th idea is perfected, I wish to tee what there is ia it It looks to me to be very good, but the only stay to know a thing is to try it Two Magazines for a Quarter Easy Money The price of this two-part magazine ia twenty-6ve cent; which la equal to twelve and one-half cents a ma&atine. Most ma&nzinea which were selling at ten crnf have been advanced to bite en centa. Tllli SCRAP ttOOli in two parts vieana two magazines for tweuty-Uve i t uu against thirty cents for two Ulteen cent magazine. Now Ready on all News-stands FRANK A. MUNSEY, New York Mexican Central The Standard Railway of Mexico Traverses the Republic From the north to the south and with Its branch lines reach es the most Important cities, such as Chihuahua, Torreon, Zacatecas, Aguascalientes, San Louis, potosl, Tamplco, Irapua to, Guadalajara, The City of Mexico and many other places worth seeing. The Itlehet Mlnlnjr, Lumber and Cattle Producing Iands Made Accessible by This Great System. TOURISTS Can learn of much that la Intensely Interesting and create a desire to visit the LAND OF THE MONTEZUMAS by obtaining a map folder of th Mexican Central Railway, as In It are to be found brief sketch es of plaois and things in Mex ico that, for grandeur, antiquity and historical value, have no equal In the world. Folders, rates and all Infor mation furnished on application C. F. BERNA Commerci&l Agent EL PASO, TEXAS. W. D. MURDOCH, Passenger Traffic Manager. j. c. Mcdonald, Genl. Pass. Agent. ?ITT OF MEXICO, MEXICO. Special excursions VIA Ku2 10 principal points in Illinois, rows. Kan Has. Michigan. Minnesota. .Missouri, lnrtn and South Dakota a ana Wis oonsln. Dates of sale June 15. 16. 17. 22 23, 24, 29, 30, July 1. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6. 10 il, 1Z. 19. zo, and Zl. Final return limit October SlsL With Ample Means and tTnsnrpsMned Facllltlia, Extends to Depositor Every Proper Accommodation, And 8olIclts New Accounts--Capltal. fltO, 000.00. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS Solomon Luna, President; W. 8. Strickler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J. Johnson, Asst. Cashier: Wm. Mcintosh, J. C Baldrldge. Solo mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell, oeo. Arnot, O. E.Cromwell. DEPOSITORY FOR THE ATCHISON, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RT. FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO 1 OmCMt AND DIRECTOR JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS PrMldral M. W. FLOURNOY Vica President FRANK UcKKB Cashier R. A. FROST AwliUnt Cashier B. F. 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L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERT. SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horaea and Mules Bought and Ex changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. TOTI e OR AO I Dealers In Groceries, Provisions, Ua Grain and Fuel. Fine Line of Imported Wlnea Liquor and Cigars. Place your orders te this line with us. tll-Ill-m NORTH TH -.D ST Wholesale Grocers Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS GROSS, KELLY & CO., INC. Whose Fault Is It? The plan of your new house may be corre, but unless you have good building material you're going to be disappointed "That's 'What!" "It's up to you" to Insist that every stick of lumber that goes Into your house comes from this house then you'll get the right thing at the right price very time. RIO GRANDE LUMBER GO, Phone S Corner Third and Marquette maycm999Xm m r -OLD RELIABLE. ESTABLISHED 1171. i THIRD STREET Meat Market AU Kinds of Fresh and Bait la... Steam Sausage Factory. EMIL KLIEXWOK? Maaonlo Building, North TU?d iu.. aLa. 3. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE CROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Camei th Urgeat and Most Exclusive Stock of BtaDle Qrocrte im a o t n FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVEKOE. ALBUQUERQCE. N. M found in an ice oox uemuu mc