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PAGE SIX. ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. OPERATIONS ARE ON IN FULL IT Arizona Mines. With Few Ex ceptlons Are Doing Ex cellent WorK. Blsliee, Ariz.. Sept. 1". The first of the week witnessed the operation of the Binbee mines with a full com plement of men, and prospecting la owing carried on a larger scale than ver. A slight Increase In the out put of the Denn-Arlzona, the newest producer In the district, and the gradual lncrea.e In the output of the larger mines of the district were the noteworthy features of the begin ning of September. (The management of the Denn Arlzona has been devoting Its at tention to the shipping of ore from the 1.100 level, where sloping was commenced a couple of weeks ago. The shipments are averaging up wards of SO tons. The shaft has been sunk to the 1,200 level and the work of cutting a station at this point will be commenced Immediate ly. It Is the Intention of the man agement to run a drift on this level directly beneath those on the 1.000 and 1.100 to determine the extent of the ore body discovered above. At the Shattuek-Arlzona the new compressor plant is nearly ready for operation. The output of the com pany Is maintained at 400 tons dally, 200 tons of oxide and 200 tons of sulphide. Work on the 900 level is being prosecuted steadily, the main attention being given to the opening up of the low-grade ore body which was encountered there several weeks ago. The winze on the Leon claim, which la being sunk from the 800 level, is still showing ore of high grade. CenU-ring Work. Work Is suspended on the North Blsbee Development Co.'s property In Tombstone canyon. In order to permit of the retimberlng of the shaft, but It Is expected that opera tions will be resumed shortly. Work will be centered on the ore body re cently encountered on the 50 level, and that body is to be thoroughly explored. A. carload of ore is to be shipped to the smelters as soon as a mill-run test. The Superior & Pittsburg is about to profit from its enormous outlay for development and construction work for the past two years while In the fact that all of Its shafts are now commanding the ore bodies is assurance that immediate returns in the shape of broadened reserves will attend future underground expendi tures. fifth Furnace Complete. The fifth furnace of the Calumet and Arizona is complete In every re spect and went into commission Sep tember 1. In the treatment of Su perior and Pittsburg ores, when the monthly outut of the . latter will be Increased from 1,000,000 to 1,600.000 pounds, which will probably reflect a normal scale of operations until Sour Stomach No appatlta, lost cl strength, nanrot nest, headaoha, constipation, bad breath, general d ability, tear risings, and catarrh of the stomaoh are all due to Indigestion. Kodol relieve Indigestion. This new dlicov ery represents the natural Julcea of d!gea Hon aa they exist In healthy atomaoh, combined with the greatest known tonio end reconstructive properties. Kodol for dyspepsia does not only relieve Indigestion end dyspepsia, but this famous remedy helps all etomach trouble by cleansing, purifying, sweetening end strengthening the mucous membranes lining the stomach. Mr. S. S. Ball of euvsntwooa. W. Vs.. Birr " I w troubled with sour ttomick lor twenty rra, Kodol cured n ana we ere sew eslaf rt b lor txbr." FOR ACKCMt--WIAK NIDMIV TUT wWITTt KI0NCT s.f LADDER ILLI-Ur i Mk Prepare- by . O. OeWITT OO.. Ohleaa J. II. O'ltlELLY & CO. the sixth furnace Is In readine?. The great bulk of the Superior and Pitts burg output has thus far come from the Cole shaft, opened to the 1,430 level, at which depth, the greatest thus far attained in the Blsbee dis trict, drifting has Just been com menced. The Copper Queen Co.'s smelter has adopted a new schedule as to the payment of custom ores owing to the fluctuation in price of copper. Owners of ore shipped to the soielter will be paid 75 per cent of the day's market value, according to assay. The balance, or 25 per cent, will not be paid for fourteen weeks, and then according to the prion of copper pre vailing at the time. This Is based on the theory that the present price of copper Is not liable to go much low er, and by the time the 25 per cent payments become due the price of copper will In all probability have advanced. Miscellaneous Camps. Cerbat The Cerbat Mountain Mining Co. Is about to try the leas ing system on the Vanderbilt mine and hereafter all the company's min ing operations will be confined to the Idaho and other properties. In the Vanderbllt the company hat a large amount of ore blocked out. This piece of ground Is to be let to trlbuters on a high royalty system, while the other parts of the mine are to be let out at a lower rate of tribute. The company Is operating Its mill at Cerbat and making a big success. Paradise On account of the Judg ment, given In the district court an order of sale has been made of the property of the Cochise Con. Copper Co., located In the vicinity of Para dise. The Judgment was rendered In favor of Madison L. Liirkln of Scranton, Pa., who held a trust deed for the property to secure a loan In the Slim of $22,030. The propery of the company that Is to be sold con sists of a group of thirteen claims, located in the heart of the Paradise district, and Is said to be one of the best groups in that locality. Don't neglect your stomach. At the first indication of trouble take something that will help 1!. along In it work of digesting the food you eat. Kodol for Indigestion and dys pepsia -will do this. Sold by J. H. O'Rlelly Co. Brlmr us your yon worx. Prices iho verv lowest and the work will stand Inspection anywhere. Business and calling cards a specialty. REVIEW OF COAL TRADE IN 1 Practical Complete Suspen sion In Anthracite District Was Principal Feature. AFTER TWO YEARS' EFFORT WALSH S BROUGHT TO TRIAL Chicago Railway Plunger and Bank Wrecker Must Face Jury at Last After Hard Fight to Escape. fa' I i. .. .. ... . v.,. 2 - I i ' If ' Tl -v'PAAsfcswJJv . . . ... XT "V -J :- M JOHN' It. WA1.SII. Chicago. Sept. 17 John It. Walsh, oliargfd with wrecking the Chicago ATT V. JOHN S. .M1U.KU. Washington. D. C, Sept. 17. The United States geological survey, in bulletin No. 297, says: The principal feature connected with the coal-mining Industry of the United States In 1906 was the practi cally complete suspension of opera tions In the anthracite region or Pennsylvania and In the organized bkumlnous coal-producing states dur ing the spring months, while the ad justment of the wage scale was un der way. This suspension In the an thracite region lasted from April 1 to May 14. during which period only one mine In that district was kept In operation. The amount of time lost in the anthracite region represented IS. 8 per cent of the time worked and resulted in a decrease of nearly 6.- 700,000 long tons. The suspensions In the bituminous coal-producing states ranged from albout 30 days. In some mines, to nearly 11 weeks in others. During the period of Idleness a lack of harmony developed In the ranks of the operators and the asso ciations composed of them through out the several states, and by de grees compromises were concluded with the miners and work was from time to time resumed. The most serious effect of the suspensions was the breaking up of what has been known as the Interstate agreement which had been In effect in the com petitive states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Illinois. Indiana, and parts of Ken tucky and West Virginia, and which also largely controlled the agreements made between the operators and tne miners In the southwentrn district, composed of Kansas, Missouri, Arkan sas, and Indian Territory. l to Avcratfo 1 loin. In spite of the fact that 211.304 men In the bituminous states were Idle for an average of 63 days each, and that the Idle time was equal to 13 per cemt of the total number of working days made, the bituminous coal production of the United States Increased 27,812.082 short tons over that of 1905. This increase was due to the fact that during the earlier months of the year. In spite of the suspension In mining operations, pro duction was pushed to the utmost by both miners and operators. During the nuspenslon mining In the unor ganized states, such as West Virginia? and Alabama. In the east, and in the Ftocky Mountain states, was unusual ly active, and this unusual activity, together with that following the per iod of suspension, brought the ton nage up to a normal increase over th output of the preceding year, so that It is doubtful if there would have been any larger total produc tion had no suspension of operations occurred. Shut Downs. Notwithstanding the almost com nlete shut down In the mining dls triers dominated by the' United Mine Workers for, as stated, periods vary ing from one month to 11 weeks, there was no formally declared strike, the miners being simply requested .to suspend work pending the adjust ment of the wage scale. The occa sion was remarkable for the com paratively few Instances of lawless ness, and while the chances for a peaceful settlement seemed at times far remote, the differences were final ly adjusted without governmental In terference or an appeal to aruura- tion. Car Shortage. During portions of the year the usual complaints of Shortage of car suddIv and of motive power were made 'bv the mining companies. This shortage was particularly felt In the earlier months, when mining was very active and coal was toeing hur ried as fast as possible to distant points for storage. A detailed account of the coal trade conditions in the United States dur ing 1906, by states. Is given In an advance chapter from "Mineral He sources of the United States, Calen dar Year 1906." on the production of coal in 1906, by E. W. Parker, which will soon be ready for distribution. Territorial-Topics Doming confidently expects a new big smeller. The Alamogonlo News Is raising money for u tine public drinking fountain. It Is rumored that Pmmiaster Alll- s n at ;Uue. Ariz., will soon resign, and there are several applicant for i 1 1 -i position. forthcoming trial of her husband for murder she will give testimony In many respects similar to that given York trial. From what Mrs. Wells says It appears that the "unwritten law" will be the defense of her hus band. Oraham county, Arlss., will receive 154,000 from the mines under the new bullion tax law. This Is exclu sive of the tax upon the surface property of the various companies. Mike Uncavlch, a Slavonian miner at Bisbee. was robbed of 1100 by two masked men Saturday night. They knocked him down and took his cash, escaping by way of an al ley. Lyon Hoelze and Miss Cora Belle Nelson and Lee Ward and Miss Mary Nelson, four prominent young peo ple of Ellda, N. M were united in marriage at a double wedding bun day. The territorial board of education at Phoenix, Ariz., has completed ex amination of papers of the various applicants for teacher's certificates throughout the territory. There was a total of 74 applicants examined. Gene Martin accidentally killed Marlon Osborn at Ellda. N. M., Sun day. They were shooting a beef steer when the gun, which was In Martin's hands, was discharged, the ball striking Osborn and causing his death a few hours later. The Journal, a weekly newspaper published at Safford, Ariz., for the past two years 'by Sam E. Roberts, has been sold to Revs. E. O. Qessell and C. Wardlaw, Baptist preachers, who will conduct the paper In the fu ture. J. F. lnn(, bookkeeper for the Ball Heinlmar wholesale liquor company at Tucson. Ariz., Is under arrest on an embezzlement charge. He kept money belonging to the firm, out of amounts he was supposed to have placed in the banks. Since the stringent enforcement of the antl-sptting ordinance the side walks of Phoenix. Ariz., heretofore very filthy, looik a good deal cleaner and women are not obliged to dodge puddles of tobacco Juice. A few ar rests have served to warn people and keep them on their guard. Walter Howman, a young man at I.as Vegas, has been sent to Jail for three months to break him of the cocaine habit. He raves constantly foi the drug and It Is feared Is in curable. It Is said that several Las Veg.'is boys have contracted that habit, which generally ends In in sanity. J. P. Hickman, located twelve miles northwest of town on the Mine osa draw wua In town yesterday with a large smile. He was In a few days ago and told some parties that he had some stalks of corn as large as his ankle. Mr. Hickman seemed to think his story was taken with a grain of salt. He returned home, took a string and measured one of the big stalks and found that it measured an Inch larger than his ankle above the shoe top and over his socks. Al though Mr. Hickman Is not built on the proportions of some of our presi dential aspirants, yet the measure ments referred to show that we can IF YOU WANT TO CONQUER Any disturbance of the Stomach, lir er, Kidneys or Bowels promptly we urge you to take a few 1uhpi of tlx? Hitters. It Is a.blutrty pure and for VI year has given complete satisfaction. Hostetter's Stomach Bitters tarn therefore be- cMiie a IvnisB hold remedy throughout the United States. It will strengthen the entire diges tive system, pro mote sound sleep and cure Poor ApiMtite, Indigestion, CostlvenejM, Illlloil.MlORS, Kidney Trouble or Female) Ills. Be sure to try It. 4n STOMACH ft gs&k Iffijl WITH AMPIJi MEANS AND UNSURPASSKD FACILITIES BANK OF COMMERCE of - ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. EXTENDS TO DEPOSITOllS EVERY mOPEU ACCOMMODATION AND SOLICITS NEW ACCOUNTS. CAPITAL $ 1 50,000.00 Officers) and Directors; SOLOMON LUNA, President. W. S. OTRICKLER, W. J. JOHNSON Vice President and Castilcf. Assistant Cashier. WILLLM MoINTOSII, J. C. B.VLDTtlDGE, A. M. BLACK WELL O. E. CHOMWELL. mn rilse big corn here. The corn was planted on sod about the first of July. Mr. Hickman says that the crops In the Mlneosa country are the best he ever saw. He Is well satis fied with the country, which is the best anybody can be with any coun try. 'Nara Visa New Mexican. Sasco, Ariz., located thirty miles west of Tucson, Is only a few weeks old. Its name Is formed from the Initials of the concern that gave It being "Southern Arizona Smelting Company." The Sasco smelter is built on the latest lines and Is des tined to be enlarged. The mines whose ores It smelts are at Silver Bell, Ariz., a short distance away. Mariano Barela, a well known Mexican, who formerly was engaged In the freighting business, says the Lordsburg, N. M., Liberal, but re cently has been running a little store on the north side of the track. went down to El Paso last week, and met trouble. According to his story he was in a store and made some purchases, but left the goods, saying he would be back the next day for them, and then pay for them. He asked the clerk the direc tion of the nearest street car track, and started In that direction. He met a couple of men, one of whom assaulted him, but he put up a fight and got his assailant down. The next he remembers was coming to his senses and finding that he had been hit over the head, which was badly cut, his body bruised, and his pockets cut open. He had $231 in his pocket when he left the store, and It was all gone. He could not Identify his ast-ailants, even if he met them, for the attack was at night. He telegraphed home for money, and got home Monday, feeling very sore, and probably will give wicked El Paso a wide berth after this. ALBUQUERQUE ONE DAY ONLY MONDAY SEPT. 23 FAR EAST "THE OINCE-IN-A-LIFETIME SHOW" cause thousands of depositors who had trusted him wanted to see the man h. HNk.il to he omuvc pit Into National bank, the Equitable Trust t1H room through a secret passage. Co., and the Home Havings bank, can He heard himself accused of using no longer flKht on the law. j the people's money to promote his Thin white hailed mart of 70, who j railroads In Indiana and Illinois, dreamed dreams of tailwuy empire After that lie whs spirited away, and t whom age has only come dur- , A few months later another in Ing the soul-w lenchlng days of the i dli'tment charging misapplication by ast l A'o years must go on tri-ii at I luteins of ineiio notes anil acctis- pan the bar of Justice for the wins that he Is alleged to have committed against his fellowmen and the law. There are 30 counts to the in dictments against Walsh. The shortest sentence possible on one count is five years, ami that Would probably lie life for him. For two years John S. Miller, the Oil Co., lias fought every Inch of the ground tu keep Walsh from trial. MroniC ri-lil. The f.ght began with the grand Jury, wni. h voted the first indict ment. Common citizens who are under Investigation by a federal Krand Jury do not begin the tight until they are charged with some ii'iiie. The government was con vinced that attempts were being ing Walsh of falsifying bank state ments was retuiiied. After a series ot delays, motions to quash, to an nul, to give a bill of particulars eas so exasperating that Judge Anderson once reprimanded Walsh's .in tt'lieys the ex-liankcr, closely guar. led. appeared in court again and pleaded not guilty. His defense will be largely a tech nical one. Ever since the failure of Walsli with 1 14, mo. '"Hi liabilities, E. I' M..xey, I'ncle Sam's expert bank ex umlnrr, has been working on the mass of figures to prove Walsh's gu it. As.-t. li-t. Attjs' Fletcher, Ii.Iiviih and F. S Hauchett have piled up nearly half a ton of docu mentary evidence. The government made to get to the jury so the Jur-1 is ready. There are no more pre. tvxre guarded every w nere inei . nminary mioiujiiv iii.il "a. . went: bO were '-he witnesses. make. uiui, una liiniight Into court to To years after the alleged crime hear the charsc utralnsi him. Be- j hi must answer the acciuttiloue. Artesia, N. M., is complaining; be cause there were three runaways there last week. No one was hurt in any of the wild dashes. Mrs. William Wilson died nt Las Vegas Saturday. She was born In Ohio in 134-, and was married In IStiG, coming to Las Vegas many years ago. Slverno Durau wis found guilty of killing Jos,. Zamora in November lltiifl. by a Jury at Alamotjordo last wck. Duran claimed that Zamora insulted his wife. Twenty-five thousand, eight hun dred and twenty-live dollars will be expended the coming year for the conduct of Die public schools of (iila county, Ariz. M. Hoikney, at (ilobe, Ariz., during a saloon tight, hi. I six teeth broken out. W. W. oolery is under ar rest for having performed the Im promptu dentistry wurk. Mrs. Annie Wells, wife of (leorge II. Wells, who killed Charles Uaucr on June ll'Jth. near Tucson, Aiin., while the latter was drinking with Mrs. Wills, came out today with the remarkable statement that at the ITS EQUAL NOWHERE. N. Y. Tribune "Sensation of the season." N. Y. Sun "A thriller from start to finish." N. Y. Globe "Eclipses anything ever seen." N. Y. Times "Bigaeit of new hows." N. Y. American "Mot vivid spec tacle outsids of fiction." Chicago American "Best Wild West how in all the world." Chicago Inter Ocean "Received with loud acclaim." Chicago Examiner "A great popu lar succeta." ITS LIKE NOT KNOWN. Minneapolis Tribune "So many strong features it n hard to single out the moat meritorious." Minneapolis Journal "The show Is the real article. The Great Train Rob bery caused the audience to hold their breath and gasp." Minneapolis News "Great crowds delighted. An Immensa show." St. Louis World "Best of Its kind ever given In St. Louis." St. Louis Star-Chronicle "Pawnee BUI has a great show." St. Louis Mirror "Never anything to equal it." St. Loula Republic "Young ar.d old delighted." O Hold-up oY the Rocky-Mountain Express i Direct from 747 Performance! In New York City. Employing an Engine and a Train of Cars and in Two Scenes Reproducing the moat Famous Hold-up of Early Days. A Maining Camp, with Street, Hotels and Dance Halls. Paatengera and Treasura Laiien Express Cars Plundered by Desperadoes. Chase by Sher iff and Posse. Deadly Running Combat. Cowboys and cowgirls reproducing the pastimes, hardships, chivalries and equestrian feats of the ranch. Indians exhibiting their war dances, combats, savageries, sports, encampments, horsemanship, and methods of hunting and trapping. Surpass ing artillery and cavalry tournaments by detachments from the armies of the world. .Lassoing by ch.impions. South American Gauchos and Australian boomerang tnrowers. Hindoo Juntllers and Snake-charmers, enchanting Nautch dincing girls, venerable high priests, wandering tribes of Oediuins. skilled warriors, daring Sheiks, fearless horsemen, sooth-sayers, witch doctors, howling and dincing dervishires, cannibals. Arabs, Moors, Persians, Dahomians, Aby&sinians. Zu lus. Hottentots, Boers. Kaffirs, South Sea Islanders, Singhalese Chinese, Japanese, Filipinos, Austrian Bushmen, Esquimaux Cossacks. a Grand ' Spectacular STREET " PARADE in the Morning 2 P. m. TWO DAILY PERFORMANCES :: 8 P. M. Reserved Seats on Sale at Regular Prices on day of exhibition at Matson's Stationary Store. Great Train Robbery WILD WEST FAR EAST MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUKRQUK NSW MEXICO copliai ana surplus. $100,000 INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS o H FIRST NATIONAL BANK ALBUQUERQUE, MEW MEXICO JOSHUA fl. RAYNOfcDS Prwddral M. W. FLOURNOY Vlco PrfMldrat FRANK IICKBB CuMr R. A. FROST AulsUnt Cajhlw H. F. RATNOLDI Director u. a. omromironr Authorlied CaplUl ." 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