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ALBUQTTEItQUE C1T1ZK1T. MONDW, APIUL 20, ln. PAOE T1ITIFR. THE NEW EMIGRANT FROM RUSSIA major LEAGUE Gu. oss Kelly & Co (Incorporated) HOW TIIKV STAN 1. SCORES hi Aniciiriui Ih-mcih u,i Won. t" Lout. 1 '. c Hi. 1 I'hil: rhii-i lvtr 'lev. Va- Miiiu 4 York :t ii - i00 750 r.oo I. hi). ilia. mt . . . . I,!,, .. rusit'in 500 4'i 3 3 a 333 National l,-.ii.';n-. Ciulw Won. t'hii-ac 4 l'ittsViurB 1 Ni'v York 3 Hi kiyn - l-'hil.i.b Iphia 2 iiuKUm 1 Onem mi ! i 1 t-t l.miis 1 Lost. 1 1 1 i - .Sill) .7 5.) . ""() . r, n o .500 :oo WoUeni Itfniruo. iiibi Wnn. L"t. '.( On... ha 1000 I.ihv.r i 1 i00 i,.v i-i v :. . i kl .".00 Mm.-In .' - 2 '-" i i.i,. 1 4 .200 1,.., i, 0 4 .000 SVll IU Y 4JV.MI-S. American l.vnuuc. At Xv York 11- H. I' V.i-iiini;ttin 11 Ni York 6 11 3 liallerics: Hums. Keelcy all Siii-.'l; --wtoti ami Kleiiiow. At . "nicaso H. K C ;.s 3 - ; ,t. Louis " a ; H it;, r .-.- Walsh mij Sullivan (.'.la ii.uil 'I Silencer. At lr.-:--.i - H. K. I'liila.l.' 4 10 1 .Piisloa - 6 li.r.t. f: Dym-i-t ami fchreck W.ll , '' ft'jyrv vellls Detroit Clinic. Ii, ' J., April l'.. Dctrolt-Cleve- luiul .iistp "in'J, rain. National Lcaiiue. it M. Louis K. i... 2 3 2 1 . I V 3 6 .. aMs: Froniine n.l Hostetter Heii.i. MV. Pfci.ster and Kling. At tilddeliihia 11. H. E Boston 2 6 Philadel. Ilia 3 6 Battel ic.;: Dorner and liowerniau McQuillan and Di'iiti. At Brooklyn It. H. E New York 4 6 Brook 0 6 Batt. ri.-,-: Matthew.son and Liresna lian; 7: ir(us and Hewr. V-ft ioinult al Cincliniuli. t'incTniuur, April 19. Cincinnati Pilisburg game, iiostponcd; wc grounds. . Western 1.niuo. At Denver II. H. K Denver " 9 1'uebln 2 6 Hat! tries: liotijiinun and Zalusky Culgaeo and SniHIi. . At Lincoln ' 'Lincoln n. ii. k 3 4 Sii.nx city a 12 lotteries: KuKale, McKay and Zin run; Jaeob.son, Furchinr and Henry At Ien Moines Ii. H. K Ics Moines 8 14 Omaha 9 11 Batter ii: Meip.eg.ir, Bomar an Hopkins: Holl.nb.-i k. Noah and L. I'.i-an.l. Twelve inniny.s. AnuTi.nu Aswtciutioii. At Toledo: Toledo-Minneapolis game po.st potted ; wet grounds. At Indianapolis: Indianapolis Kansas City 6. Called oil account tif durkiifw in the ninth. Ac Columbus: t'olumbus 6, t. I'aul At lyouisvillc w-iuitee 3. UouisviUc 1. Mil MNI .MIS. AiiKM'iiun l't;uc. A Chicaifo U. 11 I- 'lii,.Mt' 0 5 tit. I.ou.fl 4 4 Batteries: White and Sullivan Jin.!, :; and Spencer. National jaiic. At St. I.uis U. II 1- fct. Bouis 3 9 CllicaK 4 9 l: i:t- vi -s. M,-.;:.,nn and Host.-tter O.. r.il ,.n. IvhnK. A ' in innati I'lti.'.u.iat! .Mtsi.u- ' ' B.itl. ::.-: l: .v lu i li. i in', . . and ;.!.- ". i: h l . 4 y Hi I McB.-an Vl"tlTll I i . 11. 1 At I J I', i : iMei.l . i: ii l 2 4 4 7 . l ii lll! eld and Z, id Smith. !i,.-iv- J .. k- m . A I l I; 11 I Si ill on r. ,.i . . . l:.,:. - II, .!!'.. At 1 i - V ! s M - Bin, .' I. r K .-. v.. ... ii i Wi. i.i in i I., I.i in I. and u ii K. . :: l .", 1 a'.,l II 1 Sal.iva: n.-. !. Viiii rn ali M'ial inn. ., 1 'I' :. ,1,1 T .., I i I.. SV 1'.. i! ! I. ' i.i : i : 1. .ii,-. lb- ::, K City 2. At .V .1 .Yankee. M.I.I. mine !. I .1.11 t. l!.l Ii b 1 . .'.: .' iimlius: ('i.uiului s. Mimic ! I - 1. Tin- I'lilKil siiilcs imi-lciiltuial .1. III.' larincr In ihikIiicc alcohol at a EASE OF MONEY IS FAVORABLE FEATURE Wall Street Continues to Show Signs of Better Times-Depression Still Acute. New York, April 20. The linancUl situation continues to labor under conflicting influences. Outside of Wall street depression is universal, and in some cases Is more acute than at any time since the panic. Within the precincts of the financial district, however, tin- tendency continues to wards recuperation. The most favor able feature, pcrhajis. is the increas ing ease of money. This tendency is always noticeable after a panic, whfii slackened trade and lower prices encourage the accumulation of idle funds, and is being stimulated by tile return of currency from the in terior an well b.s by the rigidity of a currency .system, which does not per mit of adequate contraction In times nt extreme stagnation. I'ntil the crop demands begin we are practically sure of abnormally easy money; the only offset being gold exports and the withdrawal of public funds from the batiks. It has bei-n rumored that the tieasury would .shortly make a rail for about $a0.000.000; an operation which would have little effect upon rates at this time, because the gov ernment already has about Jlfto.Oort,. OoO deposited in the banks and the, withdrawal would probably be made at points where congestion In great est. It Is not likely, therefore, that treasury operations will much disturb the money market. As for golj exports, there Is a pos sibility that we may ship gold to Upwards of dollars annually for barley and hops Lrewed, in various parts beverage whiih nourishes ITMILWAUKEE Come, of true quality. Stem, Scbloss & Co. Wholesale, Dealers, S13 West n (Vnnal Ave. if ' Milwaukee v. IMii lnicnt has ili-K'oi. ii .l un nlinliul I" ridiculously low rale. News M.iry. l'aris. S line pressure exists in the C, nitineiit.il money markets, particu larly at Berlin, owing to the issiue of new loans and a general strain upon ciedit. Kiir some reason the demands appear t fall chiell.i upon Paris, and that center naturally looks to New York, when- gold can be obtained upon the most advantageous terms. As yet, however, t he-re ale not indi i';.t:,ii. of an alarming etllux of the precious metal. Because of business depression there has been a marked decline in imports, thus permitting a continued heavy excess of exports. This. of course, is discouraging to gold ship ments; yet it lt always beat for all concerned that gold should freely go where it is nuiKt needed, and a.s we are in a position to givi. freely of our large reserve, shipments of a few millions of gold to the Continent would probably prove indirectly ben eficial through lessening the glut of idle funds at this center and reliev ing tile strain upon the other side. In March our merchandise exports amounted to over $141,000,000, com pared with $161,000,000 a year ago. This w a :l decrease of about S20.- i .mil. mm. Our importations duritin the same period were $X9,ODO,000, com pared with $133,000,000 a year ago, a shrinkage of $44,000,000. This left an excess of export for the month amounting to over $ 52.ooo. ooO, ns against $2S,."00.000 in March. 1907. In this connection it is interesting to not that during the nine months ending March our exports of mer chandisf increased $47,000,000. while u r importation declined $135,000,. OOO. General business conditions are anything but satisfactory. Here and there signs of recovery are visible, but in many cases the industrial de pression is more severe than at any time since the panic. The consump tion of merchandise Ls consequently being much retarded by the many ban. Is thrown out of employment and tile universal necessity for economy. Such depression Is. .if course, most keenly felt in the big industrial cen ters, and notably In the textile and steel trades. Wherever the necessity for readjustment has been recognized and acted upon, prosper-In are al ready improving, although no general revival of demand Is to be expected 1 00 Million paid U. S. farmers from which is of America, that crand and refreshes our nation. j have a taste I'lione 142. .talo in Bula wlilcli Mill cnatilc until the outcome of the election an cropji can In- more safely estimated l'er contra, wherever readjustment has bt-en resisted depression is at it worst. I'robably in industry Is mor depressed al tin- moment thill th steel trade, which for a bum perio luis persistently nfuse.l to lower it price in a manner that would facili tate and promote- revival. There are signs of weakening, however, in til steel market, and there is no doubt but that moderate concessions woul be helpful. Perhaps the st.-e-l mana gers have been depending upon sumption of railroad ordeis as a basis for renewed activity; but It is quite evident that the- railroads for somt time to come will postpone all im provements as far uh possible, an. until their finances are in better con dition. Certainly railroad managers would not be Justified In paying pres ent prices for steel so long as the necessity remains for the steel com panies to accept their .share in th general readjustment. Bailroad conditions are still very unsatisfactory. The (arnings of 41 roads In the fourth week of Mar. showed a loss of 15 jut rent, whil for the month of .March 42 road showed a decrease of 13 per cent. By means of stringent economy the rail roads have been able somewhat compensate for the .shrinkage; but the loss of business, if continued muc longer, will prove a more serious matter to some of the companies than was at one time anticipated. Bank clearings of leading cities continue t run about 30 per cent below bust year, which is some indication of the dullness of trade, although allowan. must be made for the fall In pric. and the shrinkage in speculation compared with one year ago. Within stock market circles, a.s al ready said, the situation shows some Improvement. The rise which has taken place Is inducing the helling o stocks by some large anil shrewd in ve.stors. though thi movement not general. Many of the ln oper ator still hold large lines of surplu stocks, for which tiny would like to lind a market. There Is no public speculation, and commission house as a rule are carrying comparatively .small lines or securities. Just now the key to the fitu .tloii is the nmni market. While present low rates of interest remain w hieli l.s likely to continue for a considerable period gii.id stocks will look exceedingly heap, even allowing for reduction In ilil idelids. M. amiliile, the power of cheap mone stock niarki hands of ski powerful kn y cannot be Ignored in t operations; for 111 the liful n it is the most own leverage f o high pii.es. H should also be l iken into i oiisi deration that in.ny of the linan. iial sthenics of our raihoads were In Id up by the panic. Coinl i 1 ions ..re i;oi bc-oiuiiig more, favorable for the ,'irr.viiig ..'it "f .sin-li plans, and li- !ni in ;a 1 leaders .. i 'i. niaik-t for th -lis their hoi-lings . . ek t lie p.illie : t" !" ;liT fi liane.. re I k.-ly t i support purp of st, nd to these is,. ,,r les.-etl-I k te.tiltht to ell.'. hie them d.-a'.s. It is that fl- ,.s,., o ,, ,),- t r nie. r in ir- II. tl I I tlietef...... ,st, ale I, p favor of a i i.il h an I Whether th. e neriellil bu s t , be .Seen. till I.-- a bl to is conditions re- ell. I'poll their Side all-powerful factor of haw i inoii. v. .'m l tilth any iinproi,. t in business or crop situation y will probably be more or less .etal The out- nine, however, is iinee; lain that we cannot but a-l- much caution in stock market rati..!,. I'urcha.seH should only olid'- on vrooil reo ,-t ion.s; an I. un til I'look becomes eonsi ie, a ,! i zl.ter. pfotits -hoiiM bi- taken up -r. It as e , t 1 1 1 , I I V .1 Tit es I'll I'lr.to WelU fMira' Wa'er ures and prevents rjiistipatlon. AsH .our grocer for lt Our shirt and eoliar orV Is P'l-fe.-t. Our "1MIMI..VI IC i'lMMI" Is the proper tu.ng. Wo lead o;hr follow. iMri;iu.L LALXimv co. Gffoss POOR HOUSES FOR SALE IN KANSAS Itei'cnt i:'iMrt Si m iwh' Tlml 'lliey Ar .Vol Ncv-4l.il and a MiiiiiIht Are Alrituly Viuiint. Top.-ka. Kan., Airil 20. hill to the poorhouse." Over the .No longer docs this strike dread to J the heart of the Jayhawker. There; in little f.-ar of reaching the stage or actual destitution in Kansas any more. The poorhouses are being forced to quit husine.su. Their doors are being closed and cobwebs are forming In the rooms. In 27 of the Kij counties in the Mate there Is not a single poorhouse Inmate. The state board of control ha.s prepared figures showing w hat class and how iftany Inmates are In the poorhouses at county expense. It has found there are 74, but that nearly all of these are the overflow of insane and feeble-minded from crowded asylums. The slate has a population estimated the first of the year at 1.300,0(10. This means that even at that only about one 1'enl.lent out of every 2. UUO is in a poorhouse. BIX'IIM: YOUKSIXF. llie (Mrt unity Is lleiv, Ba.k.Nl by .lbii.Ucrquo Testimony. Iion't take our word for it. Iii.u't depend on a stranger'.s tate-ni.-iit. Bead A lhuiU.-r.ue endorsement. Bead the statements of Albuquer que citizens. And decide for yourself. Here is one case of it; J. M. Barker, living at 317 South I'ourth street, Albuquerque, N. M. says: "lioau's Kidney Bills are en- litle.l Kive faith say I to the strongest praise I can them. I never placed much in patent medicines, but I can have d.-rivcil more benefit from Kidney Bills than from any remedy. Several years ago I I loan'. other began to notice indications of kidney Colllp aint and my condition reached the slate where I w a-s an almost coii siaut .siilT.-i.-r from pain in my back anil trouble of an alarming nature ex isie.l with the kidney secretion, on one occasion the kidney secretions -loppc.l altogether and I had to have a physician diavV it from me. At Inn: t me w a.s employe a- a lo-o-n.otive engineer and had to g:ve up tliis work, ..s tin- jar of the engine in nle tin- pain in my ba- k beyond endur lice. I suffered from pain aero-.s icy loins and In both sides over my hips ta il 1 would have to s t -l-,,in in a chur and lean my back ..ii -i m jht ..fi. e, .-,!,' ...ill nihiiig to support it. At I Would I'.'l lie I would Hot ii. .re than an hoar before ul ,1 awaken lie' A bout !;!-. months ago I learned about I'-.an'.s Kidney Bills and procured a I PI'- In a short time ei.-iy .lifli - correct.., and I have no ' all .villi my back and kid .i , ni occasions wdhout Ii U II I III ecom mended I ) .all's K; 1 -It III'. i.ey p.:: I h' in '.v -. iiu.l il al'.v w h.ltet y.s .r l' er I iti in mi ' le s;iy Fur n'.J. by I' n'er .1 k. nil ilfaier-s. Mi'.'.. urn f' - tji:.'iits f ir Price, r.n i, Pufluc., the ri.it.-.l i i .-: ii be r the n. line I-.ti. '.- iiiiil .1 1 Are you looklnif tor (omrrunKT Hf member the want coiumns of Th KvfiiliiK Citizen ore fir uur ep.j.ecia. benefit. It t.UKs to tne ;eo;:t u.u they talk to you. Wholesale G rocers Wool Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas Kelly (Incorporated) J. D. Eakln, President Q. Gloml, Vice President. Consolidated Liquor Company Buccewor to MEIjIXI A RKIN, and HAniECHI St OIOM3 1 WMOLKBALK 0MLr IM Winest Liquots and Cigars Hot kttp wrytblng In ttoek to outfit tbo most foitldtoQi bar eomploto IlnTe been appointed exclusive agx-ntu In the Southwest fop Joa. 8. st-Jillta. Wm. lemp and tsu Louis A. II. V. Breweries: Yetlcetone. -reen IllvPr, W. II. Mc Iirayer'g Cellar Uroolc, Ixmls Hunter, T. J Monarcli, and otiier brands of whiskies too numerous to mention. WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS But sell the straight article s received from, th best Winwnes Distilleries and Breweries In the United States. Call and Inspect our Stock and prices, or write for Illustrated Catalogue and Prlos List. Issued to dealers only. ooKmomcmomooKMomcmocmcmam "OLD ItEIJABLB." Lm B. PUTNEY THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS Carries ths largeit and Most Uxclunlre Stock of Staple Groceries It) the South wwt. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVENUE. 2 Albtiqtiefqtie Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex FUoia Roofing First and Marquette Alboqcerqae, New Mexico BAR POCKET FLASKS i:l OKLAHOMA STATE N.i Man I tin . r.ii.ini Wild Siuil.e Itilc KciikiIv. sa)s New l'i l.ilurc. . ; ii e' 111 lit- A l-i i :'n.- I''s i,..:. I. r i la Hi,- bo ..e 'i.i . . Til-- J' .eket -.-Ii I I III.- .-I. It,- ley- ' . I . tv i -I I ill -Ii i UK .1 II l!..-b i:.,i- l-l..t'.ll I .-t lie -I -i' ll- P tile .tU- llll " -I V itli.ll .m l 1 IVV ,ll,y ie.-ii y h i . : j i .iii-l pl.c-' r, 4 I i I ' j r 'iiiiler -lit:.- -u-fi.mrnl. Iii-l.-r tills II tlllll.'ii wi ll II .Ihc- t"i's i.rest-r:.t!..ii tn.iy .iireh;t. a in. .. i in urn i.f oi y.tli'tii ..f vvln.-ky in-tiir.-e u.i!..is nf 1..-.-1-, in- b uh. daily. N'.ivv tin- -.tt il lley u.-ii.t 1 1 Ikh retl i'l.' l .1 strict im. i. r.-t, in. hi ..f the I.i '.v by which b'- iuh-! Hint it is a ..lli'Ci I-.;- inv-iii. if a ii.ky in In ll-'1 I.- it t-. be the ' i . lie ,.li .-ins me'- j . . r - 1 1 i-i ciiry ;i b.it-t"lt.-l. Further .1 in y ,,f t he .sli.-r- l.-l'l'.f f .un 1 Ui- nt it is I'M : i h.i s. fry it I- . k. t i--l .1 V i -l It n f ..- e t.i .lli'l his . h.ky . i nt -I r tile -i t 1 il'. h' l vv i.-. - tile 1.:.. Kubv.rlhe for TTie r-nvw-n ths news. inu s;r- & Co. Chaa. Mellnl, Scrtary O. Bachechl, Treasurer. it J ESTABLISHED 117a. ALBUQUERQUE. N. M. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. UVKRT, RALE. IEKD AND TltVNSl'Ut SIAIILES. Horses and Mule nought and C chanced. BEST TOURyOL'TS IN TUB CIT Second Street between Central ti. Copper Avenue. THIRD STREET Moat Market All Klii.U of Prvh and Salt Me hU'aiii Sansaie I m-iory. I VI I. KI.IKWVOKT Masonic KuibilriK, North 'l'lilr4 trr ooKmcmomomomomcmcmcmnmcmom, j Jesso I1. M 'rri.f, of Skliipem, Va.. haj a c lose call In the spring of l'tut; He says: "An attack of pneu- , riionla left me so weak and with such a fearful cough that my friends de clare. 1 consumption had me, and death was on my heels. Then I was icr.su i le i t i try fir. King's Ne-w Dis cjveiy. It helped me Immediately arnl ufter taking two and a half bot tles I wai a well tn:ui ii!", I found out that Xe Discovery is the best it-nie :y for coughs and lung disease ! In all the world. Sold under guar antee at all dealers, ft'ic u' i J Jl Trial I bottle free.