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min.VY, ArorsT s, 1007. lAf?TC TWO. noooooooooooo See Our Fine Line of Rockers FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. West End Viaduct If RAILROAD DEPARTMENT RULES AGAINST SANTA FE'S Los Angeles Judge Decides In Cruelty to Animals Case. A new and important ruling was made by Judge Olin Wellborn. Judge of the United States circuit court at Los Angeles, in overruling the de murrer to the complaint in the ac tion brought by the United States District Attorney Oscar Lawler to obtain Judgment against the Santa Fe railroad for alleged violation of the United States statute, which seeks to prevent cruelty to animals while In transit, the penalty for each vio lation being $n00 and costs. The Santa Fe is charged on spven counts with violations of the United States statute, which are consoli dated into the complaint entered March 19, 1907, against the railroad the company, claimed in the de murrer that each count should be entered in a separate complaint on the ground that the federal courts are instructed by federal statute to follow the state rules as to matters of ' pleading, practice and procedure, and that the California supreme court has ruled against the consoli elation of several counts in one com plaint. Judge Wellborn overruled the de cision on the ground that the federal statute, since It contains the words ""as near as may be followed" is not mandatory but elastic, and Is not to be strictly construed when such con struction will work serious inconven ience to either of the parties. The attorney for the railroad was Klven ten days In which to prepare the answer to the complaint. ENGINEER STEPS ON IMTCIIEH AM) IS I AKLAYZED. Southern Pacific railroad men are telling of a peculiar accident which occurred at Tucson to Harry Pen- field, one of the most popular engi neers of that road, as a result of which he is suffering much pain and ills left foot may be partially par nlyzed. sometimes a man will meet even death in the slightest accident when arwi'aer falls from a iballoon while exploring the clouas ana escapes without injury. Engineer Pentield probably thinks he belongs to the former cla.s as he nurses his wounds and thinks of how he sustained them by simply stepping into a pitcher. He was tilling a pitcher with water from a bath tub faucet and while leaning over the tub his feet slipped from the floor, and, in endeavoring to recover his balance, he dropped the pitcher. He failed to catch him Keif and fell and as he fell he drove his left foot into the Ditcher. An ugly gash was cut in his ankle and it bled very profusely, so that "when a doctor was called the latter ordered the Injured man taken to the hospital. The wound was dress ed and it is the doctor's opinion that blood (poisoning will be avoided, but that a partial paralysis of the foot will result. t)Ml CTOKS OBJECT TO Al IMIOKS ON TltAIXS Atlanta, (la., August 2. By plac ing auditors on each passenger train to assume the colelction of tickets, the Central of Georgia has stirred up a protest from the conductors, re lieved of that much of their duty The plan is to have the auditor ac company the conductor through the train and take up all tickets ami fares. The conductor will simply sig' nal the train to stop and go ahead the auditor notifying him, even, when to do this. A warm protest against the new arrangement lias been sent to the general manager. two engines IX ti rntaiu.e p Las Vega". N. M., August 2. Kn glne ISa'j which was mainline In th house yesterday afternoon marted lo lack out and the rear tank tru'ks went into the turnalile pit. The wrecker was called and put the tank (back on the track, delaying business for a few hours. The 818 was In the turntable pit at Raton also yesterday. In some man ner the engine was run Into the pit arid remained there all day yester day before it cou'd be gotten out. N. M. nice, general storekeeper of Topeka, rwas in the city yesterday. He is returning from a tour of In spection on the coast lines. J. F. Whileford, general round liouse Inspector, went to San Mar tial last night. a Phillip Bailey, Harry Aspinwall, nd Walter Maiers, clerks in the San. ta Fe offices, will leave next week (for a thirty days' visit to Detroit, Mich., and the great lakes. f"nsrine 1264 came in on, No. 7 last evening and will be used in passen ger service on the second district fur ooooooooooooo , 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. II awhile. This is one of the hnlnnre C(iinininils which nre in service In Kansas and at the Needles. It Is a more powerful engine than Is now being used in passenger service on thii division. Conductors A. F. McDonald nnd Koerjiel have been transferred from the river division to the third dis trict of the New Mexico division. I T. Scully, storekeeper, accompn jnled General Storekeeper Rice to Ual i lup yesterday. S. M. Post, of the Santa Fe. left 'last night for Williams and the Grand Canyon. BASE BALL WHERE TUFA' PLAY. National Icngm". Boston at Cincinnati. Brooklyn at Pittsburg. New York at Chicago. Philadelphia at St. Louis. Aincriinii League. Chicago at New York. St. Louis at Boston. Detroit at Washington. Cleveland at Philadelphia. HOW TI1KY STAND. National Ijcns'in- Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 68 24 .739 Pittsburg 53 34 .618 New York 54 35 .607 Philadelphia 47 3! .547 F.oston 38 51 .427 Brooklyn 39 54 .4 19 Cincinnati 38 54 .413 St. Louis 2i 73 .247 American Lcnctie. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 5 7 :t .613 Detroit 52 35 .698 Philadelphia 52 36 .51 Cleveland 54 38 .587 New York 42 47 .470 St. Louis 36 53 .404 Boston 36 54 .400 Washington 2S 58 .326 Western League. Won. Lost. Pet. Omaha 61 39 .610 Lincoln 54 43 .557 Dps Moines 48 42 .533 Denver 45 47 .49 Pueblo SH 54 .413 Sioux City 37 58 .389 yesterday games. National I .engine. At St. Louis R. II. E. St. Louis . s New York , 7 11 6 10 2 Tay- Batteries Lush and Noonan: lor. Ames and Bresnahan. At Cincinnati Tt. II. E 3 2 Cincinnati 0 Philadelphia 4 7 1 Batteries Coakley, Mason and Schlel: Moran and Dooin. Second game R. . 1 . o Cincinnati Philadelphia Batteries -Weimer and McLenn: iticnie and Dooln. At Chicago n. II t'hlcago 7 is 4 Brooklyn 2 7 1 Batteries Pfeister and Moran: scanion and Bergen. At Ifttsburg R. IT. E Pittsburg 2 10 0 Boston 4 11 2 Batteries Leever and Gibson; Fla herty and Brown. American Icague. At New York Detroit New York Bat terle.s Donovan and R. H. E. . 4 10 .36) Schmidt tirth and' Thomas. At Boston R. Boston 14 Cleveland 1 Batteries Glaze and Shaw; man. Clark and Wakefield. II. E. 22 i 7 Thlel At Philadelphia St. Louis Philadelphia Batteries Dlne-n Plank an 1 Powers. At Washington Washington Chicago Batteries C. Smith lug. Warner and Hey. and McFarland. II. . 0 h. i: 4 2 5 Spencer anil H. 8 E ' Patte Ion; 11 octir- Smith We-lcrn league At iimaha 'iniaha Dt - .Moines R. . 11 . 0 11. 16 6 Ba Merles Mc.Wely and LeBrand purer. McLaughlin and Veager. A! 1 leuver- lt H. K I lenv 7 13 2 7 Lincoln Batteries Ada ms and Zalusky Jones and Sullivan. Second gam. Denver Lincoln Batteries Dohannnn and It. H. 1 o 6 0 2 McDon ouch: stimmell and Zlnran. At Pueblo R. Pueblo 1 Sioux City o Batteries Hitch and Drill; Hams and J. Slicehan. F Wil iiierlcan xx-lat ion. At Indianapolis Indianapolis, 6; Kansas City, h. At LoulsvilW Louisville, S; Mil waukee, ti. At Toledo Toledo, 3; Minneapolis, At Columbus Columbus. 1; St. Paul. 6. Second Kam Columbus. 5; l'axl, J; called on account of darkness. CONTRIBUTION OF NATIONAL New Mexico Received Almost $10,000 For Schools During Year. Santa Fe. . N. M.. August 2 Act ing Governor James W. Haynolds is In receipt of a communication from Acting Secretary WHIas L. Moore of the department of agriculture Inform ing him that the contribution of the national forests to the schools nnd roads of New Mexico for the fiscal year Just closed is almost $10,000. The following letter from Acting Secretary Moore explains Itself: Department of Agriculture, tifllce of the Secretary, Washington. D. C. The ("Jovernor of New Mexico, Santa Fe, N. M. Sir The agricultural appropriation act for 1908, approved March 4. 1907, contains the following provision: "That ten per centum of nil money received from each forest reserve dur ing any fiscal vear, including the year ending June 30th, 190, shall be paid at the end thereof by the secretary of the treasury to the state or terri tory in which said reserve is situated, to be expended n.s the state or terri torial legislature may prescribe for the benefit of the public schools and public roads of the county or coun ties in which the forest reserve is ituatod: Provided, further, that hen anv forest, reserve is In more than one. state or territory or county the distributive share to each from the proceeds of said reserve shall be proportional to its area therein; And provided, further, That there snail not be paid to any state or territory for any county an amount equal to more than forty per centum of the total income of such county from all other sources." Amounts to $10,000. The ten per centum thus provided will be paid by the secretary of the treasury, who will determine the ex act distributive share of the territory f New Mexico. Pending this determination, the illowing report from the records of the forest service will show you the net receipts from the national for ests in your stato during the tiscal ear 1907. and the approximate (but perhaps not the exact) amount due under the terms of the act Just quot ed: Forest "fleet Ipis. . $ 5.o:,.".25 6S6.10 . 37.S4fi.77 5c 20 . 28,34 1.05 . 7,253.65 Big Burros .alllnas . . Gila uadalupo . Jemez -tncoln . . Las Animas Magdalena 2.515.50 Manzano . . . 2.538.46 Mount Taylor 1 30.65 2.749.63 1.328. 4 74. SO 6.450.08 Pecos Klver Pelonclllo . . Portales . . San Mateo Taos 1.122.99 Total $96,140.58 Ten tier cent of this amount, or $9,614.06, Is the approximate contri bution of the forests to the schools ind roads in New Mexico for the year just closed. It is with great pleasure mat i am ible to notify you of this direct con- tribution of the national forests to the counties 111 which they lie. 1 have the honor to be, sir, Very respectfully. Your obedient servant. (Signed) W1LLAS L. Mill HIE, Acting Secretary KIDNAPING OFFICIALS WILL BE PROSECUTED Washington, D. C, August 2. Antonio .Maza, the Mexican consul at Douglas, Ariz., and several oillclals will be prosecuted vigorously by the department of justice on a charge of kidnaping Manuel Suiabla, a Mexi can, who was in Jail at that place, and taking him across the border Into Mexico. Sarabla was in Jail on a charge oi larceny In Mexico, which government was anxious to get possession or nun. It charged him with conducting a revolutionary newspaper In St. Louis auainat the Mexican government. He was wanted In Mexico as a revoiu tionist. but efforts were being made to have him extradited on a charge of larceny. While these proceedings were being conducted Maza and the American ofilcers involved took bara- bia from jail, placed him In an auto- mublle. took him ucross the Doraei and turned him over to the Mexican aut horitles. Sarabla has been returned to Ari zona and will be connnea in jaw un til the extradition case has been de cided. Maza and the American of licers have been Indicted by the grand iurv and prosecution will be pusneu If Maza. is convicted a penitentiary sentence will be imposed In all prou ability. He will also lose his olliciu! standing. At this season we should eat spar hit? and properly. We should also help the stomach as much ns pos sible by the use of a little Kodol oc casionally. Kodol for Indigestion and Iiyspepsia will rest the stomach by actually digestion of the food itself. Sold by J. U. O'ltielly & Co. OIL FOUND IN WELL AT LAKE Lake Arthur. N M., August 2. A sample of crude oil taken from a uell at tills place has proved to be of excellent quality. The oil with bubbles of gas conies lo the top of the well at Intervals of 5 to 10 min utes in quantities of about a table- spoonful at a time. '1 be hulk of tne water was found in this well at 4MI feet and the oil came ill 30 feet deeper. I :iiia. For the Kjood of those suffering with eczema or other such trouble. 1 wish to say, my wife had something of that kind and after using the doc tors remedies for some time con cluded to try Chamberlain's Salve and It proved to be better than anything she had trlod. For sale by all drug ss COPPER QUEEN IS SUED FOR TAXES Arizona Attorney General Proposes to Make Mine Owners Pay. Phoenix. Ariz., August 2. There has been filed with Clerk F. A. Tritle of the supreme court quite an im portant suit which has to do with toe back taxes alleged to be owing to the county of Cochise nnd the terri tory of Arizona by the Copper Queen Consolidated Mining company for the year 1901. The cause Is in the shape of a peti tion for a writ of mandamus prayed for by Attorney General E. S. Clark against the tax collector of Cochise county compelling that official to im mediately bring suit against the Cop per Queen company with a view to compelling the payment of back taxes for the vear named to the amount of $11 1,140.37. Due Since 1001. In the petition the attorney gener al declares that the taxes assessed against the company . for 1901 amounted to a total of $122,657.09. Of this amount there was paid $14. 133.12 in 1901 and $9,132.64 In 1902. making a total pnvment of $23,265.76 nnd leaving a balance of $99,391.33. In Addition to this there are Interest, costs and penalties amounting to $11,749.04, which brings the grand total up to $111,140.37. Of this amount there is due the territory of Arizona the sum of $40,635.75, the balance of $70,504.62 belonging to the county to Cochise. The petition goes on to relate that J. N. Gaines, the collector of the county in question, has in the past nnd at present refuses to collect these back taxes nnd asks that the court compel him to do so. Attorney General Clark has asso ciated with him as counsel J. F. Wil son and J. E. Russell. COMMCNICATION. Denver, Colo., July 2S Editor of The Albuquerque 1907. Evening Citizen, Albuquerque, N. M. Dear Sir: A copy of your bright and newsy paper foil into my hands today, dated Juiy 15th, on page 5 I came acros an "item headed "Juarez Has Solved Race Question," In which an El Paso 'business man. a visitor in your city, states that the "Mexican governor of Juarez" has settled the race ques tion. In collection with this I wish to state that the man does not know what he is talking about, a thing which El Paso business men general ly do. In the first 'Place me uepuonc oi Mexico has no race question to set tie, and does not care whether or not El Paso has separate cars for white and blacks. In the second place anybody knows that there Is no "Governor" at Juarez, so that the El Paso business man Is way oft. Respectfully yours, S. H. I ritnte of Ohio, rity or Toledo, 1. liens County. sa. Frank J. C'henmy makes onth that he Is senior pnrtner of the firm or r. J. I'henev c Co., dulng business In the City of Toledo, County and State afore said, and that said linn will pay the sum of ON K Hl".NIRKl UrtLbAHU for each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by the use of liall s Catarrh Cure. KKANK J. CI1ENHY. Sworn to before me arm subscribed in my presence, this tith day of December, A. l-. 1XM1. A. W. C.I.EASON. (Seal.) Notary I'nblle. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally snd acts directly on the blood and mu cous surfaces of the system. Send for testimonials free. K. J. CHUNKY & CO., I'rops.. Toledo, Ohio. Take Hall's Family Fills for constipa tion. SHORT TALKS BY L. T. COOPER. IMPURE BLOOD. If you could see inside the stomach of most people who sutler from impure blood you would wonder that they are not suffering worse. The undigested portion of food eaten days ago is still Iviotf there, Icr menting, de caying end clogging the I4TTLK SON OF MK3. I1UN. intestines. From this disgusting mass the blood mutt derive nourishment to carry to every or gan ot the body, lhink of it. Is it any wonder their complexion is bad, their breath offensive, their bowels inactive and their health impaired in every way? Is it any wonder that they can get no relief from blood purifiers, purgatives when as fast as the blood is cleansed it is aimed gain? Try a rational treatment. Take something to help the stomach rid itself of this stagnant mass and to keep it from ac cumulating. Then see if you don't im prove. One bottle of Cooper's New Dis covery will prove my words to you. I have seen hundreds of just such cases and here's one of them; "About year ago my little son, who is nearly four years of age, suffered an at tack of scarlet fever. Soon after he con tracted what we thought was some form of eczema. Sores and blotches broke out on him and he became weak and peevish." We tried physicians and medicines but nothing seemed to help him until several weeks ago we started to give him Coop er's New Discovery and noticed an im provement almost immediately. After a few doses we noticed his appetite was better and gradually bis little face assumed a brighter appearance. His skia is now cleared up and I want to thank you sin cerely for what the medicine has done for him." Mrs. Herman liana, 623 Johnson St., Nashville, Tenn. Ask us about Mr. Cooper's famous cdicioes. We are the agents. THE J, H. O'RIEILY CO. Corner Second Street and Central Avenue. MlIXHIIHIIXXXXIXXXIIHiriITTT3 CUT PRICES! CUT CUT PRICES ARE NOW ON oooooooooooocxx 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. : : :::::::::: uoooooocxxxxxxxxxxxxxx FOR PRICESLOOK AT MY I II il II I ! M. MANDELL XtXXXXXTIIIXXXIXXXXHXXXXXXIXTXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXX:XXXXXXXX3 GIVES FORTUNE FOR A FINE VOICE Wealthy Arizona Widow Loses $250,000 by Marrying Singer. New- York. August 2. Charmed by his voice, Mrs. Frederick It. iloyt, the young widow of a Arizona min ing man, now in New York, has giv en a $ r i . ti 0 fortune to marry J. Ilumbird Uuffey, a choir and oratorio singer. Announcement of the mar riage which occurred on June 2" and which came as the sequel of a re markable romance, was made public today. "1 love my husband so much more than the fortune which our marriage has cost me," said the bride to an Intimate friend, "that 1 am absolutely happy to give it up. Had it been ten times greater I would have surren dered it Just as cheerfully." ,Mr. and Mrs. DutTey are living In a remote corner of the White lake region of the Catskill mountains. The loss of her fortune through marry ing again Is made compulsory by the will of -Mrs. Uulteys first nusuanu. who died in this city about seven years ago. It was stipulated mat me wklow should receive the income oi her $25U,lluO share of his $4(iu,0u0 es state as long as she refrained from a second marriage. Thereupon the entile revenues of Mr. Hoyt's prop erties should go to his otner neirs. Mct-ts Singer. Friends of Airs. Iiut'ley say that the renunciation of her fortune appear- I inevitable to her as long ago as .November. 1903, when for the hrst time she heard Mr. Duttey s voice a' a concert in Carnegie hall. She was introduced to the singer and found bini a sympathetic listener to tne smrv of her longing to become oriioa donna. other meetings fid- lowed and together the two attetut- .1 .concerts and operas until one evening the singer learneu ironi ioc heiress the fact that a marriage would rob her of her fortune. "I'non this discovery," said an in timate friend of the former Mrs. Hovt, "the young soloist sought to end their friendship by saying that each should go a separate way and trv to forget the other. To this Mrs. Hoyt at last assented. Only a few mouths had passed, however, before the two were brought together again quite accidentally at Lucerne, where both had gone to visit the old vilia in which Wagner composed several of his best known operas. Before they separated they agreed that neither should ever again try to forget the other." 1 will mall you free, to prove merit, samples of my Pr. Shoop's Restora 'ive, 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 J only. Symptom treatment is treating the result or vour aumeni, ana noi th muse. Weak Stomach nerves- the Inside nerves mean Stomach weakness, always. And the Heart, and Kidneys as well, have their con trolline or inside nerves. Weaken these nerves, and you inevitably have weak vital organs. Here is where Dr. Shoon's Restorative has made Its fame. No other remedy even claims to treat the "inside nerves." Also for bloating, biliousness, bad breath or comnlexlon. use Dr. Shonp's Re storative. Write me today for sam nl.i inii free Honk. Dr. Snoop, Ila cine, Wis. The Restorative is sold by all dealers W. E. MAUGEP WOOL with Ttaube and Mauger Ofnc. U5 North First St. ALBUQIEKQCE. N. U. When you want to buy, sell, rent or exchange Household Goods Keep busy until you finrJ Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. Albuquerque New Mexic I IMIIIB HI I B IIM ! I llll J. D. Eakln, President Q. Ofoml, Vice President. Consolidated Liquor Company Bueeeisors to MEL.INI A EAKIN, and IACHECHI A GIOMf. WHOLESALE DKALmtt IN Wines, Liquors and Cigars W kp everything In stock ta outfit the most fastidious bar complete Hvs been appointed exclusive agent In the touthwtsi far Ja. 8. Schlitz, Wm. kemp and 8t. Loula A. B. C. Breweries; Ysllowstona, Green River, V. H. McBrayer's Cedar Brook, Louis Hunter, T.J. Mon arch, and )ther atandard brands of whiskies toe numerous ta mantlan, WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. But aell the atnlght article u received by us from tie Vest laerlaa, Distilleries and Breweries In tfee United Stat a. CHI aad lnapaat ear Stock and Prices, or write for Illustrated Catalojua aji4 rle ttlvt, Issued to dealers only. Ixt mo pajM'r and pnlnt your house. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt attention to mall orders. J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Co. 621 North First Street. Southwestern Iirewery COAL Ilest American Block, r-r ton..S6.S0 Anthracite Nut, per ton a.5ti Anthracite Stove nnd Furnace per ton 59.50 WOOD DRY CEDAR PINION AND TOItNIJXO. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. John S. Beaven 602 80UTH FIRST STREET. You Hon 1 Count the Cost when eatli.i; our pies, enkes and pastry, for It's small In comparison with the satisfaction you gain. The Jay you start using the products of our bakery will be a red letter one on vour calendar. Mark it up this day. PIONEER BAKERY 807 South Flnrt Street Give ua your ROUGH DRY wpti Monday, and get It back Wednesday Imperial Laundry Co. PRICES! THE BILL WINDOW IIIIIIIW ! IWI ! H I II II II (4 Chat. Vellnl, ttxmixrr O. Bacaecal, Treasixcs. aper! South Second and Lead o Phone No. 482 & Ice Company. Am E. WALKER, rifts INSURANCE . Secretary Mutual Building Aaeoeta. tlon. Office at 817 West Railra aTenue. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERT, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horses and Mules Bought and Ex changed. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITY Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When In need of sa.-4i. door, frames etc. Screen work a Kpcclalty. 403 South Urst Btreet. Telephone 403. If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Our work is as our name implies, and our charges are right. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co