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mi bay. MAY 7, lOt.
f TAUK MX. aMJUQUEHQUE CITIZEN. RAILROAD VUAR IN THESOUTHWEST IS NOW ON Many New Lines Are Pro jected and There Is a Kush of Con struction. Oalvestun. Texas, May 6. The great r.iilroad Interests represented by th,. ;n)d. by Harriman, by James J. Hill and by the Moore Brothel!" ore engaged In a determ ined struggle for territorial con quest in the great southwest. The striiKKlo is already having Us effect upon competitive railway building and the present year Is likely to see tnore railroad mileage constructed In the state of Texas than ever be fore in one year In Its history. This construction Is to be In the face of regulations by the state commission Which the railroads declare to be the (nost oppressive and stringent of ani mate in the Union. But the Texas territory and the entire southwest re soj full of promise and so big With possibilities now nnd in the fu ture when the Panama canal shall have been opened that no regulation by state commission can restrain the railroads fn their wild scramble af ter territory which promises rich ton nage. The statis adjoining Texas are also to be the scene of most active com petition in railway construction. French capital has been secured, fur example, for the construction of two railroad in Ok-Ahoma, and A. E. Etilwell has Just returned from Eu rope with at least $3,000,000 addi tional capital with which to finish the construction of the Kansas City, Mexico & Orient road. One of the main construction plans for the state of Texas Is by the Santa Fe, which Is about to begin the con struction of a road from a point near Plain well southeast to a connection with the gulf, thereby giving a grow ing and productive portion of the Panhandle of Texas an outlet by way of the gulf. The Rock Island-Frisco combination is figuring on acquiring the Gulf Coast road, which was con structed by B. F. Yoakum from Gal veston to Brownsville, and other Im portant projects are under considera tion. A road which Is of greater Inter , est to Oklahoma at the present time is the Cherryvale, Oklahoma & Texas promoted by W. R . Stubbs, now gov ernor of Kansas, and Senator S. M. Porter of Caney, Kan. Positive an nouncement was made from Paris during the week that the road had been financed there and would be built at opce. The survey for this road was made aome five or six years ago, but finan cially it has been a difficult propo sition. The road is to run from Caney, Kan., to El Paso, Texas, pass ing through Pawhuska, Blackburn. Btillwater, Guthrie and Kingfisher In Oklahoma, and on southwest. Wil liam Keneflck. builder of the Mis souri, Oklahoma & Gulf, which Is now In operation from Wagoner to Calvin and still building, also an nounced that he had enlisted suffi cient French capital to Insure the Immediate completion of that road on south to Denison, Texas, and north to a good Kansas City connection. The Fort Smith & Western Is 'prac tically certain to build Its line on southwest from El Rena. crossing the Orient at or near Lone Wolf, and on through Mangum to Childress, on the Colorado & Southern. W. E. Crane, first vice president of the road, has Just completed an Inspection of the proposed line and made a favorable report to the directors. The Fort Smith & Western proper runs from Plan for Summer Comfort' Don't add the heat of a kitchen fire to the sufficient discomfort of hot weather. Use a New Perfection Wick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook in comfort. With a "New Perfection" Oil Stove the preparation of daily meals, or the big weekly baking, is done without rais ing the temperature perceptibly above that of any other room in the :.-use. Another great advantage of the NEW PERFECTION ,:ck Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove is iU handsome CABINET TOP, which gives it every convenience of the modern steel range. lias an ample top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot, drop shelves for holding small cooking utensils, and is The OPERATION HER ONLY CHANCE WasCured by LydiaRPink ham'sVegetable Compound Adrian, Ga. MI suffered untold misery from a female weakness and disease, and I could not stand more than a minute at a time. My doctor said an operation waa the only chance I had, and I dreaded it almost as much as death. One dav 1 was reading now other women had been cured by Lydia E. Hnkham's Vege table Compound, and decided to trv urra f Hut taban nn a tmr.r.lA T lit urivnu x nw " " - , naKat art I nnw T TT1 MimnlntelY cured." Lena V. Hehrt, Route No. 8, Adrian, Ga. Why will women take chances with an operation or drag out a sickly, half-hearted existence, missing three fourths of the joy of living, when they can find health in Lydia K Hnkbam'? Vegetable Compound? For thirty years it has bea the standard remedy for female ills, and has cured thousands of women who hare been troubled "with such aiU msnts as displacements, inflammation, ulceration, fibroid tumors, irregulari ties, periodic pains, backache, indiges tion, and Mryous prostration. If yo have the. slightest doubt that Lydia 13. Plnkham'n Vegra tsvble Compound will help you, write) to Mrs. Pinkhara at Lynn, Mass., for advice. Your letter will be absolutely confidential, and the advice fre. Fort Smith, Ark., to Outhrie, and ac quired by purchase the St. Louis, El Reno & Western from Guthrie to El Reno. The completion of the Orient south Into Texas has called attention to the possibilities for connecting lines with that road. One connection now , well under way Is the Altus, Lubbock, Roswell & El Paso. The grade has I been completed from Altus to Hollls, Okla., forty miles, and si'Vcral miles of steel has been laid out of Altus. J Two bridge gangs are now at work ana tne contract nas oeen let ior the grading on to the crossing of the Fort Worth & Denver road. The road is being built by the McCully Con struction company of St. Louis. Altus has also raised a $35,000 bonus, to gether with right of way and other concessions, to secure the building of the Wichita Falls & Northwestern on north from Frederick, Its present terminus. Mangum wants it extend ed on north beyond Altus, and there has been some talk of an extension still farther north to a connection with the Panhandle line of the Santa Fe. Altus has a contract under which trains are to be running Into that city In ninety days. VP AGAINST IT. The three Mexicans who are to be tried thl week t Tombstone for vio lating the neutrality laws have again been Indicted by the federal ' grand Jury of this district, which means that If they are freed on the counts to which they have pleaded not guilty, they will be retained In custody to be tried again. And this is not all the Mexicans are up against, for there Is a string of Indictments against them that stretches from Tombstone to eastern Texas and If they ever leave the county Jail at Tombstone It will only .be for Del Rio, San Antonio or some other town where they are to answer to similar Indictments. It Is truly a hard game Magon and hta compatriots are up against, and It may be years before they are again free men; even If they are never con victed. Blsbee Miner. even fitted with racks for tow els. Made in three sixes, and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer's address our nearest agency. givei perfect combustion whether high or low it therefor free from disagreeable odor and can not tmokf. Safe, convenient, ornamental the ideal light 11 oot st your dealer's addresi our tearctt agency. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY llacorparsltO JOPLIN MINERS CAN FACE PANIC Missouri Zinc Production Can Be Continued as Against Lack of business. From the Joplin Daily Globe. The lesson of the 1907 panic lias clearly demonstrated that the Jop lin district can stand a severe panicky condition and continue the output of ure necessary to keep the smelters supplied. i Teaching this lesson, It would seem to the writer that Joplin producers who have conserved their ore re serves have chosen far the wisest course, for they will have ore to pro duce when the margin of profit Is wide enough to pay a fair Interest on the uncertainty of the business. In the restriction of the ore out put there Is no loss of the ore re serves, snd even a proposition of three months' pumping, without Im mediate compensation, will prove a profitable Investment In preference to a continuous production at a bare margin of profit. The ore extracted cannot be replaced and the life of no mine In the district is of excessive length. All are too short lived to have their values frittered away on low ore prices. Mexican Product. The panic has proved that the ores of Mexico cannot be produced under a flve-cent spelter market, according to the highest authority, and. corre spondence from a leading reliable source conveys the Information that the halcyon days of the Mexican pro duction are of the past a history and recollection only that the Imme. diate future has little hopes In store for an early resumption of outputting while transportation matters have be come a serious problem, except through a few months of the sum mer. The producing areas of the Rocky Mountain states practically ceased their production early in the panic, 'tscons!n, with Joplin. continuing a small output to the end of the year. In writing of the year's record of sine ore production, Walter Renton Ingalls; In the Engineering and Min ing Journal, concludes his resume In these words: In any event the ex perience ot 1907 seems to show that these foreign ores are not serious competitors of the American, duty or no duty." Mr. Ingalls might have added that no Importations of ores wer.e made except to supply a de mand In excess of the domestic pro duction. While the recent panic has proved that Mexican ores cannot be produced under a nve-cent spelter market. It might be added thereto that Mexican ores are no competition to superior grade of ores mined In the Joplin dis trict, at any price for spelter. These ores will be imported only when the domestic supply of sine ore is less than the demand ol the smelters. Another lesson the panic has forced home to the producers of the Joplin district and to the smelters re ducing the ore of this district, is the fact that the market for Joplin zinc ore rules the price of spelter in nor mal conditions of business. This means that with conservative pro duction the producers of the zinc ore of this district can maintain their own price for their commodity, with-1 out reference to any other producing area under the sun, so long as those demands are In harmony with the general business conditions of the country at large. The panic has practically passed for the mine owners of this district at least the light ahead is discernible while zinc is practically the only metal and ore Indicating a strong upward tendency at this date. Plain I$iL-Jiie.M Demand. One other lesson recently learned at least It should be learned that has a reflex In the panic, Is that with conservative production and a har mony of interests between the pro ducer of zinc ore and the producer of spelter no fighting and no antag onism but a plain, straightforward business demand on the part of the producers of ore will be met with a hearty response on the part of ths smelters, because the panic has dem onstrated that it la to their Interests. It ought to be known now to every producer that no public demonstra tion of restriction. Is necessary to ac complish results, and that if taken in hand at the right time a dozen producers can control the entire sit uation. This lesson Is conveyed in a few words. During 1905, with a strong secret organization, the producers maintained an average of 144 RS per ton for zinc ore, with unci'laln met al market; that durlrg 1906 with the inauguration of a light uniiinst the smelters, the average dropped to 143.30 per ton, while the metal mur ket was strong and steady; that In 1907. after the smokers are prac tically satixfied they have un the tight, the average price of the year was $43. t per ton, counting In the worst financial panic the country has ever known. At the end of the first half of the year the average price was S 4 6 8 2 per ton, and with anything like nor mal conditions during the last half of the year the average would have exceeded the banner year of 1905, notwithstanding the fact thnt the importations during 1907 were more than double the previous jmr. The panic should have brought a lesson t' the employes of the dis trict to be prepared at all times for a temporary or enforced restriction of output, and they should prepare for and encourage the producers In regularly establishing a midsummer and midwinter period nf restriction of from two weeks to one month, and be prepared to meet these pe riods with emu?h savings to tide them over until It Is conceded wise to resume outputtlng. 'I ust THE SPECIAL CARS Tin Hues MiMIC llrmTvcd for Them Arc Not t"w of, Jsa.v New York nnieini. New York, May 7. The fiillure of women to use the cars reserved for them on trains In the McAdoo tun nels has caused the management to confine the reservation of such cars to one hour In the morning nnd one hour in the evening. The company announced that it was found that the cars were occupied by women only during the rush hours and that even then there are more women In the unreserved cars than In the reserved. The new order also gives permis sion to men to occupy the cars re served for women if they desire to do so. The company said that this permission was granted because fre quently there would be many vacant seats in the women's cars while men would be standing up In the others. This order of the company was taken to Indicate the women did not de mand separate coaches. LAMF.XTS IXMVI'HAIdi KNKIUiY Energy spent In football cannot he recalled, writes Ooldwln Smith to the Cornell Era. commenting on the true relation of athletics to student life. He says: "I see that the number of athletes falling to pass a university examina tion Is less than it whs. The shade of Ezra Cornell will rejoice. What our founder wanted was not show of muscle, but preparation for life, in which. In the case of university men, muscle does not count for much. The force spent in football cannot be re called for study. Let us have games, by all means, but games which exer cise, not exhaust, and In which all alike can take part. "Besides, there Is military drill, good In Itself, and not to be neglected If the force of the country la to be kept In the right hands. Into omi universities the betting ring seems to have crept: never, I hope, into ours" Ithaca dispatch to New York Times NEW YIKGIXIA INBISTRY. "They have been raising hogs on a big scale, with great success and pro fit, for years In ..ew England and the western states, and I Intend doing the same thing; In the south," re marked Charles A. Tucker, of Corbln Hall, Middlesex county, Va., at the Belvedere. "Three years ago, being weary of the 'New York grind, I bought a his toric old place of 2,000 acres on the Rappahannock, sixteen miles from Its mouth, that baft been In cultivation for 200 years. On this old, run-down farm I have an ideal spot for breed ing swine and this season wilt be able to ship quite a number to market. It takes capital, and skill, and a knowl edge of modern methods to make the hog business pay, but men have done I: In the north, and it can be done just a well south of the Potomac. "The old Bystem of letting the porkers run out in the woods and root for acorns forms no part of my plan. Mine will be raised In glass- roofed pens that will be kept as clean at a parlor by constant washing, steaming, and sterilization. The ani mals themselves will be kept abso lutely clean, so as to minimize the danger of cholera, the worst foe the breeder has to encounter. Their feed will be the best grain, ground and cooked. This is the extensive pro gram, and by it a 250-pound hog can be produced within ten months, or even earlier. My ultimate design Is to raise 10,000 each year for market, and there will be no trouble In dis posing of them, for at Smlthfield alone the packers are willing to con tract for four times that number. I shall confine myself to producing animals of tho finest breed, my own preference being for the beautiful Yorkshires, of which I have at the present time over 300 handsome spec imens." Baltimore American. 1100 HKWARD. $100. The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that eclence hat been able to cure in all Its stages, and that Is catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cur is the only positive cure now known to the medical fraternity. Catarrh be ing a constitutional disease, requires a constitutional treatment Hall's Ca tarrh Cure is taken internally, acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system, thereby de stroylng the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and as sisting nature doing Its work. The proprietors have so much faith In Itf curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It fails to cure. Send for list of testi monials. Addess F. J. CHENEY & CO.. To ledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Take Hall's Pills for constltpatlon. o. Any skin Itching Is a temper-tester. The more you scratch the worse it Itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles, eczema any skin Itching. At all drug stores. Hair Dresser ana CfelropcyOss. Mrs. Bambini, at aar parlors Op- sosiu tas Alrarado ana nsxt door to Btargaa eafs, la praparad to glv taarauga aoalD traatmsnt, do aalr drasstng, traat eoraa.r bunions and Ingrown ba.11. She gives maasags treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Bambini's own oranaratiow nf plsxton WMm builds up the akin and Improves the complexion, and 1 guarantaad not to b Injurious. Bhs also reparas hair tnl and ears an prTnU dandruff and a air faU lag ant, rastorsa Ufa to dead aalr, r- movas moles, warts and s-ussrHuoji aalr. Tor any blemlaa ot the face sail aad aanaull hfra BsjsblaL MAY GET STATEHOOD BEFORE CHRISTMAS AcoonlliiK In Hamilton, It Will lie I'rcsenletl to Territories 1Chi'I j in fScrwioii. Washington, D. t'., Sfay 7. Rep resentative Hamilton nf Michigan, who probably will again be chairman of the House committee nit terri tories, believes the hill inlmltting Xew Mexico and Arizona to state- j hood will pas the House in Decern- I ber before adjournment for the Christinas holidays. He expects to : see the mensure a law before the middle of February. When the bill was up at the last session objection was raised to cer tain features of the land grant sec tions. Mr. Hamilton is now gather ing data on this subject and believes that before Congress convenes In De cember he will be able to perfect a bill which will escape the objections raised. It Is not known that Sena tor Beverldge, chairman of the. Sen ate committee on territories. Is any more enthusiastic for separate state hood than he was last winter, but a majority of the members of the Pen ate committee are favorable to tho passage of the bill, and as the next Is the long session of Congress with out the necessity of adjourning on a certain day. It Is not at all likely that Senator Beverldge will Seriously try to prevent the Senate voting -on the proposition. Tlin ttlumiri 8m4m nf Vm A Mexico meets the second Wed- nesday of each month at Odd Fellows- hall, S31 Sooth Second i street. Next meeting Wed net- J day. May 12. l0v. Headquarters at room 4, Bar- j nets building, Second and Ceo- ' tral. Phone 1079. . AU MosfWMirtans are requested to can and register. O. J. HLKAEMJEIV, Secretary. XOTICE OF SALK. Notice is hereby given that the un dersigned special master appointed by the court for the purposes of this sal wl'l sell at public auction, to the high est and beat bidder for cash, at the front door of the postoffice In the town of Bernalillo, county of Sando val, territory of New Mexico, on the 21st day of June, 1909, at 10 o'clock In the forenoon the following describ ed real estate, to-wlt: A tract of land fifty yards In length and forty-five yards in width, bounded on the north ty the. lands of Ouadalupe Gutierrez; on the south by the lands of Rafael Valdez; on the east by the public road; on the west by the lands of Rafael Valdez; being the same property conveyed to Mrs. L. Dannenbaum In seed dated June 14 18S7, and recorded on the 25th day of May, 1896, In volume 18, page 28J of the records of Bernalillo coun- ty New Mexico; said sale to be mad under a decree of the District Courtgtea,i Entry No. 6347. for 6WK. Sec of Bernalillo county In cause No.tion 4. Township 8 N.. Range E., 7910 entitled "First National Bank ofx. m. P., Meridian, has filed notice Albuquerque v. Mix. Dannenbaum, ct0f intention to make final five year al." to foreclose a trust deed given onpr0ofs, to establish claim to the land the above described property on M&yabove described, before H. W. S. 14, 1907, ana recorded in volume Trust Deeds, P. 1J et Beq. of the records of Sandoval county to secur-iof a iiote amounting on the date of sale to the sum of 8905.03. FRANK H. MOORE, Juan Antonio Alderete, of Albuquer Speclal Master, que, N. M.; Perflrlo Sandaval, of 8sw THE LATEST FREAK IN MILLINERY The wearing of t!ie single string, hat to the other, Is another millinery green metallkiscd net. posted over, of large pink roses neotllng in front, Oil VP CI CPTCIPITV OHlU LLLU I TV lUI I I 3 THE SOLUTION Mental llcnliiifi Stunts Are Not Men tal Healing at .VII. Says New Yorker. Chicago, May 7. That the Eman uel movement, new thought. faith cures, and all other systems of men tal healing utilize electricity found in the human body is the assertion of Andrew McConnell of New York in a communl'. ition here to the League of Right Living. "This curative principle can be proved with scientific exactness to be electricity," he says. "This power Is produced through the process of di gestion and assimilation and controls all muscular movements, chemical changes, and the vital organs. By this power most of our so-called faith cures are made." For the best work on shirt waists patronize Ilubbs Laundry Co. o NOTICE FOR. PUBLICATION. (Not Coal Land.) Department of the Interior, U. S Land Office at Santa Fe. N. M. April 10, 10. Notice Is hereby given that Juan F. Romero, of Albuquerque, N. M., .'who, on 190. made Home- l.otero, U. S. Court Commissioner at Albuquerque, N. M., on the 7th day June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Fllomeno Mora, of Chillll. N. M.: TO SELL AnythingQuickly You can learn who will pay good prices for the things you have to sell, at no ex pense, except for the cost of a Citizen. It's easy protitable and more dignified than the "for sale" sign way only a few peo ple will notice the sign, and they may not be interested in what you have to sell. Not only can you find a ready buyer for single articles, but stores, houses and real estate can be sold if you patronize the Cit izen Want Ad Columns Read Citizen Want Ads Every Day loosely hung from one side of the freak this year. With a crown of gold, a gold straw brim, and a row this Is a charming model. Chillll, N. M.; Prudenclo Maldonado. of Chilill, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. XOTICE FOK PUBLICATION. Department of the Interior, U. 4. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M. (Not coal land.) (Serial No. 05096.) April I, 1909. Notice Is hereby given that Robert L. Roberts, of Laguna, N. M.. who. on Nov. 26, 1907, made H. E., No. 05095 for NEtt. Section 10 Township 7 N Range 4 W N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make final commutation proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George H. Pradt, TJ. S. com missioner, at Laguna, N. M on the 10th day of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: Juaa Lucero, of Cubero, N. M.; J. Millar, of Laguna, N. M.; Virgil P. Harring ton, of Laguna, N. M ; Jamea A. Mil ler, of Laguna, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO, Register. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. (Not coal land.) Department of the Interior, U. S. Land Office at Santa Fe, n. M. (Serial No. 02683.) April I, 1909." Notice Is hereby given that Martin Ryan, -of 'Albuquerque, Ji-.M.. . Who, on Not. 5. 1908, made H. E., No. 10211, for Lots 1, 2, 3. and 4. Section 3, Township 10 N.. Range I B., N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make final five year proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before H. W. Otero. United States court commissioner, at Albuquerque, N. M., on the 11th day of June, 1909. Claimant names as witnesses: John A. Johnson, Josie A. Johnson. John Maher, Oeorge Souther, all of Albu querque, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. A