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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
nirnsBAT, Arous I oooooocoooooo See Our Fine Line of Rockers Prices ranging from $1.50 to $25.00 Golden, weathered and plain oak, Mahogany and wickers. Prices and quality will suit you. Cash or payments. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. West End Viaduct ooooooooooooo MINING ACTIVE WOOL GROWERS T Large Tonnage of Ore Being Taken From Atany Shafib. In ii RAILROAD DEPARTMENT JUST HOW TWO, CENT FARES WORK Explanation of Situation Made by General Passen ger Agent. In Iter west discussing the two cent passen rate situation throughout the the general passenger agent of road has this to say re ft western cently "Leaving all legal questions In volved to our legal department, we are lining up our rates on the basis of two cents maximum In the states where such legalization has been passed. It will be a year before ail the Interstate rates affected are fin ally adjusted, but the more Import ant changes will e In effect In a cou ple of months. "A small road with a straight line might complete its tariff In two -weeks, but the larger systems have a big task on their hands. It Is mere ly a question of the working capaci ty of the rate clerks. A staff of ex perts cannot be enlarged offhand. There Is no disposilon to delay mat ters. "Much has been said of the in crease In travel to result from, a lower maximum fare. I look for no Increase worth mentioning. A spec ial rate for an excursion creates travel, but a lower regular fare will not have such effect In this western country. Least of all could such ef fect be expected in the essentially agricultural sections. "Nothing is said on the other side of the auestion. If a lower rate In creases travel, It would seem to be true, conversely, that a higher rate decreases travel. If the reduction of the higher rates to two cents brings mew travel, an advance of the lower rates to two cents would cost us some old travel. "The Wisconsin, for example, rat between many locai sta:i :i3 was 2.S cents maximum, an 1 ill iraeti-jalty it would be l.S cents under a two cent maximum. "The effect of a two-cent maxl mum in all our states on our pas senger revenue, assuming the same volume of travel as we carried last year, I believe would be the same Bercentage erf reduction In revenue as the percentage of reduction in the maximum fare, minus what we might derive from a slight increase In business. If we undertook to make the two cent fare uniform the Increase In travel that had moved at a higher rate would be an offset by the decrease in the travel that haid moved at a lower rate. It Is a nomnllcated ouestion. and predlc tlons would have to be postulated upon many certain conditions. "Travel uhnuH an increase over year ago that we regard as very fair and due to Influence entirely separ mtt from the lower rates in two cent far states. Fourth of July business was not up to expectations, but the ummer tourist and the resort move ments is heavy. There is not much in the wav of colonist travel at this period. General tratlic is excellent SAXTA I'll WII.I, INK laiu.kk mh;o motives According to the railroad Journals, the Santa Fe is soon to establish new record for heavy engines on Its mountain railroad, the latest mon liters being designed specially fur use on Raton mountain. The new engines, which are among others recently ordered by the Panta Fe. are known as Mallett compounds, and are said to be nothing less than two engines in one. The engine It built with first the cylinders like nr. ordinary compound, then eight drive wheels, then more cylindi rs and more drivers, making In all four cv llnders and sixteen drive wheels Thfse engines will be much large than even the monster decapod which nr the biggest machines now running on rails. While the weight cf the new engines will be tremen dous, their capacity will he even more tremendous. They will be used exclusively in getting heavy freight trains over Raton mountain. it Is Interesting to note in this con nection the elaborate preparations which the Santa Fe has been and Is making for handling heavy traffic over Raton mountain. When the He len cut-off wis built a great many people predicted the abandonment of the Raton line save fur local and Colorado business. The new tunnel thiough Rat n mountain, however, end the extensive woik which has been done not only on both sides of thf mountain divisions, shows that this line Is to be used Just as exten sively as ever in the past. UAItltJMAV TO CONTROL YOAKUM'S TEXAS LINE Galveston, Texas. August 1. From the evidence submitted to the Texas Railroad commission, it would, seem that Harrlman has practically won In hi scheme to add the Brownsville t ad to his Texas wstem of railroad. This new line, penetrating a fertile section of southwest Texas froai Gal veston to r.rownsvllle. has recntly been constructed. It was a Yoakum enterprise and intended to give the Frisco-Rock Island syndicate a line Into this portion of the state, hereto fore controlled by Unrrlmnn's South ern Pacific lines. The Union Trust company financed the Rrownsvllle road, for which Yoakum secured valuable concessions for its extension mio Mexico. The directors of the Pt. Louis, Brownsville and Mexico, it Is said, disagreed with Yoakum some time ago on certain policies, nnd It is stated the control passes to Harrlman through the trust company. Under the Texas laws the Southern racific, or Harrimnn. interest can not own or operate this new road, which Is a parallel line and a competitor of two other lines of the Harrlman sys tem. The commission has accumu lated evidence upon which to proceed In the matter and the Yoakum In terests pre backing the proposition. J. P. Whiteford, general round house Inspector, E. M. Panjule, di vision foreman, of Gallup: A. Lovell superintendent of motive power, of hlcago, and S. L. Bean, mechanical superintendent, of Los Angeles, made tour of the shops nnd yards yester day. w m m Wilbur Harmon, a fireman, who was removed to the Santa Fe hos pltal several days ago, suffering from the effects of a cinder In his left eye was out again yesterday. Dr. Shad- rach removed the cinder. A. Lovell. of Chicago, nnd S. I. Bean, of Los Angeles, two officials of the Santa Fe, who have been in the city for several days, left last night with K. M. Sanjule for Gallup. Water Service Foreman Geo. Ral lev, of the coast line, was in the city yesterday looking after the water ser vice In the round house and superln tending repairs. m m Mrs. II. C Buchanan nnd son, of Ohanute, Kan., will Join her husband today. He is employed in the store keeper's office. H. A. Masac will leave tonight for Gallup, to accept a position In the track department. M. R. Williams, general foreman at Las Vegas for the Santa Fe, Is in Raton on business. An engine turned over on the mountain near Jensen yeserday. No one was hurt. Chas. spending Missouri. Beaman, a thirty car repairer, days' vacation I will mall you free, to prove merit, samples of my Dr. Snoop a Restora- ive, and my Book on either Dyspep' sla. The Heart or The Kidneys Troubles of the Stomach. Heart or Kidneys are merely symptoms of 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 tven claims to treat the "Inside nerves." Also ror Dioatlng. biliousness, bad Dream i camp, or complexion, use Dr. Shoop'i Re-1 to its storatlve. Write me today for sam ple and free Book. Dr. Khoop, Ra cine, Wis. The Restorative is sold by all dealers. CONVENTION CALLED Meeting Will be Held In Albu querque October 7 and 8. Globe, Ariz., Aug. 1. Mining in the Globe district is unusually na tive at the present time nnd there is every reason to believe that the pres ent month will show a substantial Increase over June. Arrivals of min ing machinery have been very heavy, the Old Dominion alone receiving up wards of 6(1 cars of freight In a sin gle day. The influx of miners into the camp has been very large but the majority are Inexperienced. large tonnage of ore Is being hoisted at the Old Dominion mine and regular shipments are being made from the United Globe, Conti nental and Keystone group. Con struction work and mine develop ment are progressing favorably. No. cross-cut on the 15th level Is well started and should cut No. 1 sulph.de vein soon. The double-compartment winze Is over 7 5 feet below the 14i.il level and Is going down as fast as three shifts can sink It. All the lin- lortant stopes on the several levels look well and there is a steady In crease of ore blocked out. Tho Globe-Arizona company Is shipping about 15 tons of ore daily to the Old Dominion. Development work Is being carried on with good results, the drift on the lower level looking especially well. J. D. Houston recently brought In very line samples or sulphide ore from the Valencia property. The ore, which was taken from the bottom of the 80-tfoot shaft, runs 20.25 per cent coper, $10 In -gold and $3.80 In sil ver. The Valencia Is a very promis ing property and the company id preparing for active development. Excellent iTogrcss. Excellent progress is being made at botli shafts of the Globe Consoli dated under the direction of Man ager McCarthy. The Gem snart is now down over 800 feet and there Is no change In the formation, which is still doirlte. The shaft at the Mul- lory is over 700 feet deep and It Is expected that crosscuttiug will be gin at this shaft in a few weeks. Developments on the Superior and Boston property have recently been of importance, especially In the Black Oxide mine, the winze from the west drift at a depth of CO feet having encountered high grade car bonate ore. The drift is also in ship ping ore. Sinking continues in the Great Eastern and Limestone and in dications at both the shafts are en couraging. From the Arizona Commercial reg ular shipments of ore continue to bo made to the Old Dominion, Douglass and Cunanea smelters. Development work Is going ahead steadily at the Copper Hill and Black Hawk minis. At the latter preparations are being made to sink a 3-compartmcnt work ing shaft. Superintendent H. . Snell is at Duluth, Minn., and Hough ton, Mich., on mining business, ex pecting to be absent about two weeks. The Gibson Copper company con tinues shipping in the vicinity of SO tons of high grade ore to the Old Dominion smelter daily. Smelter re turns for June were the largest by far In the history of the company, which nnw has sutlicient funds to pay for the new 3-compartment shaft and for the additional machinery re quired by the expansion in operations of the company. At Florence. The Calumet Copper Mining com pany and the Hig Lead Mining com pany have been consolidated under the name of Kelvin-Calumet Copper Mining company. Plans have al ready been perfected for an iiiorea- In the capacity of the Big Lead mill from 50 to 150 tons per day. Tins, with the other fiO-ton mill of the company, now In operation, will give the new company a total mill ca iiacity of 300 tons per mill day Work on the addition to the Big Lead mill will be commenced within 30 days and will be rushed to comple linn as fast as possible. At Kelvin. The Ray Copper company's mill at Kelvin, which Is being remodeled ami the Installation of new and modern machinery Is nearly completion. The company will soon be turning out concentrates at a rate that will, with the product of the Kelvin Calumet mills and the ores and freight of the tax the 1. & K. rolling stock limit. HXXXXI1XHXTHXIIXXIXXXXIIITTT13 a crxxirmtoirxixxxxxxxxxxxxT DeWIU's Kidney nnd Bladder rills are best for backache and weak kid neys. Sold by J. H. O'Rielly & Co. Outbursts of Everett True ooprr doopty iss s-mr TOOTS IE , TOODLUflS f MUSSY AV-W Cut out that silly jargon!! WAHT west kh$touahn fSfSh ) r. One of the biggest events of the territorial fair week will be the con vention of the New Mexico Wool Growers' association, which will be held here on October 7 and 8. The oillcial call for the big convention was issued today. This is the second annuul convention of the association and Albuquerque was chosen several weeks ago as the place where It would be held, as was stated in The Citizen at the time. 1'rnniinent olil clals of the National Wool Growers' asociatlon have beer. Invited to at tend this convention and some of them have, promised to be present. The assembling of so large a body of sheep men at Albuquerque will do much to make the livestock features of the fair a success. The following Is the olliclal call: August 1, 1907. Call for the Convention. To the Members of the New Mexico Wool Growers' Association and All Others Interested In the Welfare of the Sheep and Wool Growing In dustry : Under the constitution and by-laws of this organization it becomes my duty to notify you that In accordance with the action of the executive com mittee the second annual convention of the New Mexico Wool Growers' as sociation will be held at Albuquer que, on Monday and Tuesday, Oc tober 7th and 8th, l'J07. The New Mexico Wool Growers' as sociation was formed only last Octo ber, at the largest ami most enthu.s istie business convention ever held in Nenv Mexico. It was created to look after the interests of the sheep and wool growers of New Mexico, and matters concerning the prosperity ol the Industry. Questions are now confronting the sheop growers which are of vast im portance, such as government control of grazing on the public domain, for est reserve regulations, the car short age, scab eradication, as well as the reduction of tariff on wool. These are vital, living problems and only by a strong organization can New Mexico become a factor in their elucidation. The formation of the New Mexico Wool Growers' association has met with universal approval by the sheep glowers, but the membership must be increased. All sheep growers and other persons Interested are invited and urged to attend the convention to be held under this call, to become mombers of and to take an active part in fixing the policy of this or ganization which was created for the sole purpose of being an assistance and benellt to them. Yours truly, SOLOMON LUX A, President. HARRY F. Li;i:, Secretary and Treasurer. The members of the executive com mittee of the association are Bernalillo Coui.ty J. H. Bearrup. nbriel Sanchez. Al'buquerque. Chaves County A. D. Garrett, Charles De Breinnioiid, Roswell. Colfax County Jerome Troy, Ra ni; H. C. Abbott, .Springer. Eddy County C. T. Adams, A. J. Crawford, Carlsbad. Lincoln County Jones Tallaterro. White oaks. .McKinley County S. E. Aldrich, Gallup; Clark M. Carr, Albuquerque. Sandoval County E. A. Miera, Cuba: Alejandro Sandoval, Sandoval. Mora county Joseph Holbrook, O. A. Martinez, Wagon Mound. Guadalupe County J. M. Aber- cromble, Anton Chico; Curios Cas- sus, Salado. Quay County M. B. G. Idenburg. Juan L. Sanchez, Tucumeari. Rio ArrHia County B. C. Hernan dez, Tlerra Amarillo; Toinas Uon- zales, Ahlquiu. Han Miguel County Harry V Kelly, East I. as Vegas; Secundiuj Romero, Las Vegas. Santa be County Jose Ortiz y Pino, Uallisteo; L. A. Hughes, Santa Fe. Sierra County Francisco Luna y Garcia, Monticeilo; B. F. Parks, Lak" Valley. San Juan County Jose T. Jaqutz, Ramon Jaquez, Blanco. Socorro County Louis M cRea Magdalena; Manuel S. Pino, Pino vllle. Taos County Julian A. Martinez, Arroyo Hondo; Antonio C. Pacheco Arroyo Seco. Union County Charles Schleter, Clayton; Francisco Miera, Miera. Valencia County Sylvestre Mira- bal, San Rafael; Carlos Baca, L Luii as. Torrance County Liberato Oter Willard; F. 1. Carpenter, Estancia CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES ARE NOW ON THE BILL OiXXXXXXXXOOOOOOC 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. : : :::::::::: CXXXXXXXXXJOOCXXXXXXXJC FOR PRICES LOOK AT MY WINDOW itxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxTxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxrxntxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxj IS w OM NEW MEXICO Sect Has Purchased 50.000 Acres of Land Near Springer. Springer, X. M., August 1. (Sjm'c lal.) A colony of Dunkards has just purchased a tract of 50,nuo acres of tine farming and grazing land Just east and northeast of Springer and will bring a large colony of members of their faith to develop the land. The Dunkards are considered one of the most thrifty and desirable class es and the business interests of Springer will welcome their advent. B. C, Montgomery, for many years conected with the general assembly's evangelistic committee of the Presby terian church as a singer, has on ac count of his health been obliged to move to Xew Mexico. He has been engaged by tho land agencies of Springer to represent them as a col onization agent. He will travel through the east and north where his extensive acquaintances will make him invaluable to this portion of the country as an advertising medium. The Mia.mu Land ami Irrigation company which Is composed or a number of Ohio business men, haa Just bought 20,ono acres of land west of town. The company will dl vide tile tract Into small farms and sell it to purchasers on easy pay ments. The company will also im pound the waters of the Rladdo, and will deed a water right with each parcel of land sold. The old county court house, built in the palmy days when Springer was the county seat or Colfax county at a cost of over SL'O.liuO. is fast b coming a ruin. It has not been used save by a lodge or two since it was abandoned many years ago. Rev. Francis Finley, pastor of the Methodist church of this place, re ports that the congregation is to have a new clinch building, the location of which will be nearer the center of town. The present parsonage will be sold and a new house for the minis ter will be built by Ihe side of the new church. 3. D. EaklB, President O. Olomi, Vie President. Cnas. Melinl, Secretory O. BachecaL Treaamrcs, Consolidated Liquor Company Bueeeiaors to MELINI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A CIOMI. WHOLKBALm dkalkhs in Wines, Liquors and Cigars W kp avrytblng la tloek to outfit tho most fastidious bar eomploto Have been appointed exclusive agents In the Southwest fee lea. 8. Schlitz, Wm. Lemp and 8t Louie A. B. C. Breweries; Yellowstone, Green River, V. H. McBrayere Cedar Brook, Louis Hunter, T.J. Men. arch, and ather standard krands of whiskies too numerous te mention. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. Bat sell the straight article as received bj as from te test laerlee. Distilleries and Breweries In tie United Stat a. Call and lnseeet u Stock and Prices, or write for Illustrated Catalogue and I rlea fcls. Issued to dealers only. s)os)09oejoe3oe)oeoe)oe)o)Oe)0 9 oe)OSXe)Oa)09090e)oe)oejoa)oe)otJO aper! IjCX ii io paper nnd paint your house. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt attention to moil orders. J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Go. South Second and Lead O COeK)eK)DeKeV)eKeK)eKyK 621 North First Street. Phone Xo. 482 Kodol for Indigestion and Ilyspep sia Is a preparation of vegetable acids and contains the same juices found in a healthy stomach. It digests what you eat. .Sold by J. H. O'Riel ly Co. PAIN The limit of IJ.IV. The most eminent medical seient Itsts are unanimous in the conclusion that the generally accepted limita tion of human life is many years be low the attainment possible with the advanced knowledge- of which the race is now possessed. The critical period, that ill -mines Its duration, seems to be between an and (io; tin proper care of the body during tins lecaile cannot be ton strongly urged; carelessness then being fatal to long evity. Nature's best helper afar ) trie Hitters, the scientific ic that revitalizes every body. ( u . i r.t n teed by all 5 lie. Is Klei medicl f the gists. tonic oria n drug- btinn. II you have hetd&che. U'i blood pressure. tf It's nninfnl rwriiuia with VQlUKn. Same n&USS. If you are ltileM. restloaa, ni-rvcus, lt'i blood congestion blood preisure. That surely la a ceruiinty, for Dr. 8hoop' Headaclia Tablets stop it in 20 minutes, and the tablet iluiply distribute the unnatural blood pressure. . . HniioA vniir flnintr. &nil doesn t It ffet red. ana woll, and pain youT Of course it does. It's con. portion, blood pressure. You'll find It where pain L always. It 8 simply Common Sense. Vi e toll at ' caU, nd cbeuriully recommend Dr. Shoop's Headache Tablets SOl.l) RV J. il. O'llIKIXV CO. li.uit iki:.sni'r a xi cniRoro I) 1ST. Mrs. Ramblnl, at her parlors oppo site the Alvurado 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. Ilamblnl'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. l-'or any blemish of the face, call and consult Mrs. Rambinl. W. E. MAUGEP WOOL with Raube and Mauger Office, 115 North First St. ALHUQVERQCE, N. U. Plies get quick anfl certain relief from Dr. Shoop'g Magic Ointment. IJlease note It Is made alone for I'iles, and Its action is positive and certain. Itching, painful, protruding or blind piles disappear like magic by its use. Large nickel-capped glas Jars SO cents, tiold by al dealers. Southwestern Brewery & lee Company. COAL Rent American Block, per ton.. 56. 50 Anthracite Xut, per ton $8.50 Vntliracito Ktove and Furnace per ton $9.50 WOOD DRV CEDAR PINION AXI TOHXIIJ.O. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. John S. Beaven 602 80UTH FIRST STREET. A. E. WALKER, INSURANCE . Secretary Mutual Building Assocta tion. Office at 217 West Rallreeta) avenne. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERT. SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. When you want to buy, sell rent or exchange , Household Goods Keep busy until you find Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. Albuquerque You Hon t Count tha Cost when eating our pies, cakes and pastry, for It's small in comparison with the Batis-faction 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 Horses and Mules Bought and changed. Ex- BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IX THE CITY. When in need of wisli, door, frames etc. Screen work a specialty. -103 South First street. Telephone 403. Give us your ROUGH DRY work kin iv Movirfi Monday, and get It back Wednesday rtCW mCAHU fmnnrUI TundrT Ca. If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Our work is as our name implies, and our charges are right. 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