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WT.DXKSDAT, AUGUST 11, 1007. WAtM THS.K2L ii - V 4. FEDERAL POSTAL TELEGRAPH COMING Government Official Predicts That Radical Change Will be Made. Washington, D. C, A UK. 14. "Al though the federal postal telegraph may not come for some yearn yet on account of existing telegraphic commercial oondltlons and the prom ises of wireless telegraphy," said an oftlclal who has been prominent in such matters for a number of year, "all the signs are favorable for it ultimate adaption. It will be pre ceded, however, by a universal post age of one cent for letters and news papers In this country. The fact that the postorhce department does not favor a reduction of a letter postage to one cent, or a one cent transmis sion for newspapers does not count as much as may be supposed by many for the department Is no mire strongly opposed to an universal postage of one cent now than It was to the reduction of postage to two cents for letters some years since. "All kinds of dire predictions were furnished by the department against the reduction to two cents, the heav iest of all being that It would not pay. The experience of years has shown to the contrary though of course the postollice service as a business does not and probably never will pay Its own expenses.. The re duction to two cents as an Incident to the service does pay, however, and should not be complicated with the rural free delivery service which Is too new to show what can be done, though admittedly Inexpensive. The postal card taken all In all, has paid handsomely. So also has the stamp ed newspaper wrapper. QiiCHtion Answered. "Both were strongly opposed by the postofflce department for years. The strong1 argument against the adoption of the former, for It was In use for a number of years In Eng land and In Europe before we took It up, was that people would not send communications on an open card. The millions In use annually has answered that objection suttlcl ently. It happened that I was among those who argued the adop tion of the postal card as I did the stamped newspaper wrapper. I have lived to see both great successes, and I think that I will live long enough to see the universal postage of one cent go Into operation. England has tout recently adopted the universal postage of one penny for letters throughout the kingdom of Great Britain, and while I do not care mush for what they may do, this Is a very significant stand, for England seldom goes Into any operations or enterpris es unless they are very liable to pay. Congress is Slow. . "Congress has not had up the ques tion of an universal postage for gome years, but it Is not a new one by any means. Charles Summer of Massa chusetts was the pioneer In that di rection over 30 years ago. He ar gued a reduction to one cent when three cents was the letter rate and while he did not succeed, his efforts brought the postage down to two cents. I thought then and I think now that an universal postage of one cent was the thing to do then and that It would have been even a great er success than the half way step of two cents. The experience of all countries Is that a reduction of post age Increases the number of letters so that what Is lost In the rate Is more than made up fn the Increased amount of mall sent. Parcel post In universal use In Europe will undoubt edly come In time, nothwlthstandlng the opposition of the express com panies, but the preliminary step will have to be an universal postage of one cent for letters and newspapers." DeWltt's Kidney and Bladder Pills are best for backache and weak kid neys. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. TRUST OFFICIALS TO JAILSAYS GIBBONS iN'ew York, August 14. Cardinal (ribbons, who Is spending his vaca tion at Southampton, L. I., was nk ed tort.ny fr his opinion of the fin Imposed on the Standard Oil by Juilgn ljondls. The cardinal said: "The fine of $29,240,000 Imposed upon the Standard Oil company for violations of the law Is Indeed a large amount of money, but I am not prepared to say whether It Is excessive. If, however, It 4s Inade quate h compelling a compliance with he law, the InpareeraiUrm of ithe guHty officers, with Its attendant disgrace, would prove a more effec tive remedy. "Moral suasion olone will never nccompli!h the needed reformation In this direction. Many fine sermons might be preached to these men; but they would continue to accumu late millions by the same methods which are now being exposed. The disgrace of enforced Imprisonment would prove a certain remedy, ac cording to my understanding of Its eftect upon this class." APPOINTMENTS OFFICIALLY MADE TO AILING WOMEN. A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many a SulYercr In Albuquerque. No woman can be healthy and well If the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass off In the urine when the kidneys are well are retained In the body when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and bladder get Inflamed and swol len, crowding the delicate female or gans nearby and sometimes displac ing them. This is the true cause of many bearing-down pains, lameness, backache, Bideache, etc. Uric pois oning also causes headaches, dizzy spells, languor, nervousness and rheu matic pain. When suffering so, try Doan's Kid ney Pills, the remedy that cure sick kidneys. Tou will get better as the kidneys get better, and health will return when the kidneys are well. Let an Albuquerque woman tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. H. Adair, of 817 South Edith street, Albuquerque, N. M.. says: "Whether my symptoms Indicated kidney trouble or not, I was not certain, but nevertheless from, read ing about Doan's Kidney Pills I was given a desire to try them to see if they would not afford me at least some relief from the pain between and Just below the shoulder blades. While on my feet or stirring around, I did not feel the slightest inconven ience, but when I would sit down, the pain would assert itself and at times was very severe. The use of one box of Doan's Kidney Pills brought relief that warrants my having a high ap preciation of this medicine." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Mllburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. No. 25 Adjutant General Announces Staff as Appointed by Governor Curry. Santa Fe. N. M., August 14. Un der Ueneral Orders Nos. 1 and 17, Issued by Adjutant General A. P. Tarkington, the reappointment of he adjutant general by Governor Curry unl the appointment of mem bers on the governor's staff ore offi cially announced. The ordirs read: funeral Orders No. 10. Territory of New Mexico. Adiuta.nt General's Office. Santa Fe, N. M.. August 9, 1907. The following appointment Is an nounced for the information of all concerned. A. P. Tarkington to be Adjutant general, with rank of brigadier gen eral, from February 3, 1905. liy command of GEORGE CURRY. Governor ami CommnJider-dn-t'hlef. General Orders No. 17. Territory of New Mexico, Adjutant General's Office, Santa. Fe, N. M., August 9, 1907. General Orders No. 17. The following appointments to the staff of the commnnder-ln-chief. to date from today, ure announced for the Information of all concerned: E. W. Dobson, of AlbuqueTque, to be Judge advocate general, with rank of colonel. C. 1 Italian!, of Ronwell, to be wJde-de-cnnip, with rank of colonel. James W. Wilson, of Roswell, to be aide-die-eamp, with rank of col onel. Jose I. Sena, of Santa Fe. to be aide-de-camp, with rank of colonel. J. W. Fleming, of Silver City, to be aide-de-camp, with rank of col onel. Venceslno Jammlllo. of El Rito, to be aide-de-camp, with rank of colonel. fsecundino Romero, of Las Vegas, to be aide-de-camp, with rank of colonel. By command of GEORGE CURRY. Governor and Commander-in-Chlef. A. P. TARKINGTON, Adjutant Gen eral. Official: Adjutant General. The Limit of Ufe. The most eminent medical sclent 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 determines its duration, seems to be between 60 and 60; the proper care of the body during this decade cannot be too strongly urged; carelessness then being fatal to long evity. Nature's best helper after 60 is Electric Bitters, the scientific tonto medicine that revitalizes every organ of the body. Guaranteed by all drug gists. 60c. Polishes and dressings for black, tan, brown, white, plnK, blue and gray shoes at C. May's Shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. The Age of Reason A bluff may go in a poker game, but in a cold blooded business transaction, you have got to show what your hand contains. The day of guff and flim-flam and gold brick statements is passing. Men want facts upon which they can figure. We do not need to quote our circulation results speak for themselves. If you advertise in the Albuquerque Citi zen, you advertise in a paper that enters more homes, is more widely read and more enthusiastically endorsed than any other paper within the boundaries of the terri tory. Observe the trend of events, and decide if this is true. An evening paper is logically the best medium for adver tising. In the morning, men and women have time only for the headlines and important news-they have work to do. In the evening, the day's work is done, and they have leisure to read, not only the news, but the adver tisements, as well. Apply reason to this and decide if it is true. The Albuquerque Citizen has at its disposal, a practical and experienced advertisement writer, who has made a thorough study of modern newspaper advertising, who will give any assistance you may desire, or who will relieve you entirely of the preparation of your advertisements, if you so wish. The Albuquerque Citizen exercises discre tion and taste in the setting of advertisements, and the result is a well shown-up page. Weigh these advantages, and decide if they are worthy. Observe ! , Reason! Decide! THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING COMPANY CLAYTON FEELING EFFECT OF STRIKE Clayton,. N. M.. August 14. As a result of the strike on the Colorado A Southern railway, this town has an Ice famine on its hands and Is threat ened with a coal famine. Clayton has been without ice for A week ex cept for a few tons shipped In by ex on hand at the plant Is being hoarded two cents per pound in order to cover expenses. A coal famine Is threat ened and this would result In the shutting down of the water and light plant. Already the small coal supply There Is a movement on foot to or and lights are shut off at midnight In order to save coal with which trt supply the town with water In ca- the strike lasts any length of time. FATHER DEAD AT .lanta Fe. X. M., August 14. Ed ward L. Newcomer, boookkeeper at the territorial penitentiary, received a telegram yesterday afternoon no tifying him of the death of his aged father, which had cx-curred In the morning at the family home In Au rora. Illinois. He left last night to at tend the funeral, which will probably be held Thursday or Friday. The deceased was eighty-two years of age and one of the pioneers of Au rora. He was a retired banker and said to 'be quite wealthy, leaving an estate estimated at from $400,000 to $500,000. Besides the son In this city there is another son In Colton, California. TRUSTEE APPOINTED FOR SANTA FE BANK Judge John R. McFle has Issued an order appointing Percy F. Knight, as sistant cashier of the United States Bank and Trust company, as agent and trustee of the Second National Rank of New Mexico, which was for merly In business In Santa Fe. He is authorized to dispose of certain property belonging to the bank in the Interest of the stockholders and other creditors and finally settle the af fairs of the Institution. This proper ty includes the Marshal Bonanza and the Baca Bonanza mines which are situated In Santa Fe county. This action Is taken as the result of a suit entitled Thomas B. Catron and Eu gene A. Flske versus the Second Na tional Bank of New Mexico and In which Judgment was rendered in da-fault. MANDAMUS AGAINST Santa Fe, N. M., August 14. In formation was filed today in the First Judicial district court for Son Juan county by Attorney A. M. Ed wards of Farmlngton, In behalf of his clients. It. G. Graf and A. M. Amsden, who pray for a writ of man damus compelling the board of coun ty commissioners of ifchnt county to construct a bridge across the Ran Juan river, at a point eight miles above Farmlngton. The bill of par ticulars recites that a petition was presented to the board in March lant containing one ihundred signatures as required by law requesting tnat the bridge be built and which the commissioners have Ignored. The title of the suit Is the, territory of New Mexico ex rel., R. O. Graf and A. M. Arrmden, versus the board of counity commissioners of San Juan aounty. Judge McFie this afternoon grant ed a writ of alternative mandamus wrhleh was made returnable here Au gust 30, citing the county commis sioners to show why the bridge should not be built. There's nothing so good for a sore throat r.s Dr. Thomas' Eclectrlc Oil. Cures it in a few hours. Relieves any pain in any part. HURRYING PASSENGER DISLOCATES SHOULDER A. Cogle of San Francisco, en route to New York, was badly injured -at Las Vegas Monday night, but wag patched up sufficiently at the Santa Fe hospital at the Meadow City to resume his Journey last night. lit had gone from the station, where a belated train on which he was a pas senger, was standing, to get a lunch up town, the prices at the Meadow City's Castaneda being higher than he wanted to pay. as he returned, he noticed that his train was on the move and he ran for It. A porter with a truck intervened and Cogle was thrown to the brick pavement, dislocating his shoulder. He picked himself up and ran again, narrowly missing being thrown beneath t lie wheels. The train was only switch ing, and Cogle's hurry cost him Just one day's time In the hospital, beslilo his Injury. An Honest Statement A MINING SPECULATION THAT IS ON THE SQUARE Some few months ago tlio undersigned acquired control of four choice mining claims In llio Great C.Yackcr Jack Mining District, Ie4h Valley, California, ami In May lncorMrated tlio Copper lrlnoe Mining company with a capital Mock of 300,000 shares at $1.00 each. We Intended to linmr-dinU-ly sell enough trcaMiiry stock to prospect tlio property but licforo we were prepared to do so wo found indications so promising m concluded to do tins preliminary work ourselves. Since then the biggest mining men In tlio country liavo acquired nil tlio property surrounding us. Tlio claim known as tlio Peterson property adjoining us on tlio cast was hoUI for $30,000 to Morris Untflicrs, of Helena, Montana, who liavo Installed a gasoline hoist and liavo threo shift working clay and night, and are now in on linmen.so body of eopjK-r and gold ore. The cliilin known as tlio Tungato Mine, adjoining us on tlio south end of threo of our claims, vns Ia,t week sold for $150,000 to a Molilalia syndicate, the development work at that tiino having gone through over 50 feet of high grade ore. lleck and Wilwm, Goldtlctd parties, owning three claims adjoining us on tho north, hove from 300 to 400 tons of ore on tlio dump, which they are sacking for Nhipmcnt and which wimples from $150 to $600 per ton. Tlio Cracker Juck Company, lios Angeles parties owning the property on tho west of us, at a depth of 113 feet have gone through over 30 feet of high grade ore, and still are not through tlie ledge. We have concluded to sink our shaft, which is now down 40 feet, at least 100 feet deeper, and in order to raise tlio money to do so will ffcll 10,000 shares of our treasury stock at 25 cents per sliarc, and will assure tho Investor tluit not a dollar will bo wasted, as tlie management is entirely under our control and no officers draw any sulury. If we find It necessary to offer any more stock for sale tlio price will surely be 40 cents to 50 cents per si in re, as w liavo every reason to believe we have a great mine, and tliot our stock under tlie small capitalization of $300,000 will eventually bo worth anywhere from $10 to $20 per share. If so, 500 sluires that can Unlay bo purchased for tlio sum of $125, would bo worth anywhere from $5,000 to $10,000. If you deslro a small block of Uieso 10,000 sliarcs, or any other in formation, address eltlier or tlie local officers of tlio company, CILVRLES MELINI, Vice President. M. W. FLOURXOY, Treasurer. I. K. n. SKLIJTHS, Secretary. Room 9, Cromwell Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico. DETECTIVES LEARN BLACK HAND SECRETS New York, August 14. As the re sult of the arrest of several men In Paterson, N. J., for alleged "Black Hand" operations, the police have learned soma of the secrets of that dreaded band of plotters. The infor mation came from one of the men under arrest, who declared he was decoyed Into the "Black Hand." The man, George Sportalll, was Invited to become a member of a "patriotio Italian soolety," with of floes in New York. He took the in itiation, which was a hair raising performance. Drops of blood were drawn from his arm and mixed with that drawn from another member of the society. He was compelled to swear eternal allegiance and obedi ence on crossed daggers, while an other dagger was pressed against his breast. His name was enrolled in a form idable black book, on the cover which was painted, a dagger drip ping with blood. To feel strong, have good appetite and digestion, sleep soundly and en joy life, use Burdock Blood Bitters, the great system tonic and builder, TimOWX AND STEPPED OX BY JUS HOUSE. Raton. N. M., August 14. James Campbell, the 12-year-old son of J. F. Campbell, of this city, met with a very painful accident while engaged In herding cattle near the city. Tho horse threw young Campbell and then stepped on his left leg, badly lacerat ing it. Although no bones were brok en a large gash was cut In his thigh which required several stitches to close. Q PURELY o Q). Q. VE GETABLE S. S. S. is recognized everywhere not only as the best of all blood puri fiers and the greatest of all tonics, but the one medicine that can be taken with absolute safety by everyone. Young or old, those in robust health, or those whose systems are delicate ami run-down, may use it with the same good results, and equally without fear of any unpleasant or injurious after effects. Next in importance to removing the cause of any disease is the condition in which the system is left after a course of medical treatment. Medicines containing mercury, potash or other strong mineral ingredients often do permanent injury by eating out the delicate lining and tissues of the stomach, producing chronic Dyspepsia, unfavorably affecting the bowels, and so deranging the system otherwise, that even if the original disease had been removed from the svstem it is left in such a weakened and deranged condition that the health is permanently impaired. S. S. S. enjoys the dis tinction of being the only blood medicine on the market that docs not contain a mineral ingredient of some kind. It is made entirely of the Ileal ing, cleans ing extracts and juices of roots, herbs and barks gathered directly from the forests and fi'.UU of nature, under our own supervision, and when they reach our laboratory contain all their original valuable tonic and blood purifying properties. Ve offer a reward of fi.fxx) for proof that S. S S. contains a particle of r'iner .l in any form. IJeing made entirely from these vegetable ingredients ;j. S. S. is absolutely harmless to the system, and while curing disease adds lie.i':h and strength to every part of the body. S S. S. cures Rheumatism:, C.;t nrh, Scrofula, .Sores and I 'leers, Shin Diseases, Contagiouf Blood Poison, a'i 1 all other blood troubles by removing the cause and sup plying the circulation with fccalth-piving and strength-producing ualities. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.. ATLANTA. GA. For an Impaired Appetite. To improve the appetite and strengthen tho 'digestion try a few doses of Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. Mr. J. H. Belts, of De troit, Mich., says: "They restored my appetite when Impaired, relieved me of a bloated feeling and caused a pleasant and satisfactory movement of the bowels." Price 25 cents. Sam ples free. All druggists. De Witt's Carbonised Witch Hazel Salve penetrates the pores and heall quickly. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly Co. Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup acts gently upon the bowels and clears the whole system of coughs and colds. It 'promptly relieves in rlairanatlon of the throat and allays IrritaUon. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly & Co. J. C. BALDRIDGE OKA Lett IN NATIVE A NO CHICAGO LUMBER SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT Covers more, looks bast, wears the longest, most economical; full measure. BUILDING PAPER Always la stock. Plaster, Lima, Cement. Paint, Glass, Sash, Doors, Etc FIRST STREET AND COAL AVE. ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEX. A. O. BIXICKE and JOHN 8. MITCHELL Invite their friends to m.k New Mexico headquarters at The Hollenbeck Motel Lot Angeles, California Your friendship and patronage la appreciated. Courtesy and attention to guests Is a pleasure ta us. Hollenbeck Hotel and Cafe better than ever. Location convenient and desirable. Depot and beach line cars stop at the Hollenbeck door. 9omo90momomomcmomom3momomomomomooomowoiom CtOKsO)CACKMKC Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works H. . MALL. Proprietor " Iron and Brass Castings; Ore. Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaft ings, Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns as J Iroa Fronts for Buildings. Rplf on Mining mnd mill Mmohlnory m Bpoolmltr Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque. N. a. O frOtX)fX3X3X?fX00X0 Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkola Roofing First and Marquette Albuqoerqae, New Mexico Finest Whiskies Wines, Brandies. Etc. The St. Elmo JOSEPH BARNETT, Prop'r. 12 0 West Railroad Avenue 8AMFLe A NO CLUB ROOM 9