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SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1905.
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ALHUQUEKQUK EVENING CITIZEN.
White Cotton Tow!s, yfttJJw
Largo Whits Cotton towels that f$Vfj&&
will wash toft and give good ser- ffif jtJ&L. vi-i
vice si 19x40 Inch a bargain tj T'jJ
fvjjv Linen Damask Towc.s.
D$Vjl?)k&A With Knotted fringe and two
bTj i'VV vl4 rowa ' open work all white and
frl( colored borders alio 22r40 inch
1A"jJ1A'Cv a 35c towel at' eacn
Albuquerque's Biggest, Brightest and Busiest Store
S IN THE LINEN BEP' T.
PRICES TO WHET
SIX GREM T DM Y
int? nPTP atttct PJAT.in ot? ta-rt.th t .mutt-nts rprjirrma AND HR A F!K in t.hr. lnhorv of Albunuerrjua. Thousands of vards of the best linen.3 to be retailed at prices
Vof -drill imnroBO tmii nt. nnru "mitV-i tVinir rom rlrci V1 o lriMtrn petst Rvfrv pynfripnr.firl h on so wife is temnteel bv a bargain in linens, for the stapleness of linen values makes real
bargains the exception rather than the rule. It was a lucky purchase by our buyer in Now York that enables us to come forward with such an offer. Every one should be
interested in this sale, especially the hotel 'and boarding house keepers, who are large users of these necessities. The values are unmatchable. Ihi9 great sale is scheduled
for one week, beginning MONDAY, JULY 10.
Full Bfgach?d, Half Bleach
ed and Turkey Red.
HALF BLEACH ED, all linen Dam
ask, full two yards wide noat
designs an exceptionally fine tar
gain, and worth 60c per y-ard, at
SO: Half Bleached Damask, at 39c
60s Half Bleached Damask, at 47c
65c Half Bleached Damask, at 55c
75s Half Dkached Damask, at 02c
FULL BLEACHED, all pure Linen
Damask, 72 Inches wide prMty
patterns finely woven and fins finish
E0c quality, at
35c Full Bleached Damask 2Dc
75c Full Bleached Damask 59c
90c Full Bleached Damask 75c
$1.00 Full Bleached Damask 85c
$1.25 Full Bleached Damask ....1.10
$1.50 Full Bleached Damask ....1-25
$1.75 Full Bleached Damask ....1-59
TURKEY RED Table Damask 56
inches wide colors guaranteed
regular 35s quality, at, per yard
T-lALF BLEACHED LINEN Nap-
kins 18 Inch narrow red bor
dar; worth 75c, at per dozen,
51.53 Napkins, at, per dozen 1.25
1.75 Napkins, at, p.r dozen. . . . J .49
2.C0 Napkin3, at, per dozen. ... 1.C9
2.25 Napkins, at, per dozen 1.95
2.50 Napkins, at, per doz;n. . . .J3.15
o.CO Napkins, at, per d3Z2n. . . .JJ.49
T..S0 Napkins, at, per dczsn. . . .H.00
4.C0 Napkins, at, per dozen . , . .JJ.45
5.00 Napkins, at, per doz:n 1-15
S5i kind, pt, per dozan 25c
7Gc kind, at, per dozen 62c
$1 kind, at psr dozen 89c
$1.25 kind, at, per dozen 98c
$1.09 kind, at, per dozen 1.25
$2.00 Full Bleached Damask 1-69
40c Turkey Red Damask 35c-
45c Turkey Red Damask 39c
50c Turkey Red Damask 45c
10c Turkey Scd Damask 55c
To we is
HEMMED HUCK TOWELS-size
18x38 inches with red border
towels that will wash up nicely Just
the towel for rooming house at per
20c Hemmed Huck Towels each lft
5c Hemmed Huck Towels each
30c Hemmed Huck Towilo each 'Ji'.ttf
35c Hemmed Huck Towels each !!.'
45c Hemmed Huck Towels each ;jj)r
25c Damask Towels each 20
35c Damask Towels each
40c Damask Towels each H'.l'tr
50c Damask Tovels each JU
tOc Damask Towels each IS
75; Damask Tcwels each ftJ
$1 Damask Towels each 85
12'ic Turkish Eath Towels each 10
15c Turkish Bath TowcIg each 13' ic
20c Turkich Bath Towels each..ir
25s Turkish Bath Towels each.
30c Turkish Batli Towels each.
35c Turkish Bath Towels each.
60c Turkish Bath Towels each.
FRINGED TABLE CLOTHS size
x1 all white and colored and
borders softfi, glossy linen 1.00
1.25 Tringcd Cloth at 1.00
1.50 Fringed Cloth at 1.25
1.75 Fringed Cloth at 1-50
S1.E0 Hemmed Clo(h3 1.25
1.75 Hemmed Cloths 1.50
$2 Hemmed Cloths 1.75
$2 Hemstitched Cloths 1X9
2.00 Hemstitched Cloths 1-90
$3 Hemstitched Cloths 3.35
3.53 Hemstitched Cloths 2-95
$4 Hemstitched Cloths 3.15
4.50 Hemstitched Cloths 3-95
i6 Hemstitched Cloths 1.95
$1.25 Turkey Red Cloths $1
1.50 Turkey Red Cloths 1.25
1.75 Turkey Red Cloths 1.50
$2 Turkey Red Cloths 1.75
FRINGED LINEN SET size of
cloth 8x10, size of napkins 16
inches soft silver-bleached linen
pretty design very special, per set
Hemstitched Linen Set soft, firm
damask 3izo of cloth 8x4, napkins 18
Inches rsgular $5 cet for
S3.50 Fringed Set at 3-50
$6.00 Fringed Set at 4-75
$5.00 Hemstitched Sets 3-95
$6.00 Hemstitched Sets 1-75
$7.50 Hemstitched Sets 15-25
$3.00 Hemstitched Sets 6-50
$10 Hemstitched Sets 7-95
11.50 Hemstitched Sets S-95
12.50 Hemstitched Sets Q.95
Silk Values 3
That Can't Be Beat
at 59c yd
Fancy Silks for Shirtwaist or Shirt
waist Suits those soft, well-wearing
silks that sold readily at eighty-five
cent3 the yard.
at 95c yd
Yard Wide Silk Pongee that will
wash and wear well. There is noth
ing better for waists, suits or coats
regular one twenty-five quality.
at SI. 50 yd
Black Chiffon Taffeta 36 inches
wioe most practical fabric for shirt
waist cuits oil bailed fast black, sold
elsewhere at one seventy-five.
BLEACHED Twilled Cotton Crash,
pA jd spjM S3U.3U! n
White Linen Crash 18 Inches wide
with narrow red border also red
and blue checked glass toweling 10c
qualities at per yd.
Published Daily and Weekly.
By The Citizen Publishing Company.
Entered at postofflce for transmis
sion through tho mails as second class
OLD PAT TE BEAU WAS
1 THE ORIGINAL CANDY KID
ONE OF THE NUMEROUS INCIDENTS OF H!S CAREER ON THE
DIAMOND WHEN BOB WICKtitt UIU SUMfc "CUN IN I v iinu.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
OFFICIAL PAPER OF
CITY OF ALBUQUERQUE.
AKHOelnteJ VrcBH, .Afternoon Dispatches,
t-arfesl C'lir J 1'ounty Circulating
'ihc Unri'nt New Mexico Circulation.
Larfst Northern Arizona Circulation.
TERMS OF" SUBSCRIPTION.
Dally by mail, 1 year in advance J5.O0
Daily by mall, one month &U
nnilv liv nrrlir. one month 60
rally by carrier, one week -0
Weklv by wall, ono year 2 00
Tho" Evening Citizen will be deliv
ered In the city at the low rate of lit)
rents per week, or for CO cents ier
month when nh monthly.
Kates for Advertising can be had on
"Of all the men who ever playel
ball, Pat Tebiuu got off more real good
thliiKH on the field than any one
else," said Jim McAleer, recently.
"One tiay in Haltimore 1 was on sec
ond when Pat bunted to first has;!.
Jack Doyle ran in close to the Hue
and iilclicd tip the ball. I was off ttu
base, and saw Doylo was going to
maho a play fr me at third, so I
l:isitati'd and start J back. Doyb;
niuiie several motions
Pat just walked down
- v. -SAM'
to tli row
the suspension expired. Compart?m
with a calendar showed that Weinier
had been banded nine daya.
i "MellovinR the operator had erred,
I wiled lleyrtler, who replied with an
original explanation. Aa Weliner Is
: a pitcher and would not be called
upon to perform for several dajti,
IKydler had doped tho master ho as
t.3 deprive him of his next pitching
! "As nine-day suspensions were not
i:;rn in vosne, 1 corrected the suspen
sion by cullhiK off six days. Sud
denly it occurred to me why lleyler
was sj mvero. lie was once a na-
r-i ...M..i..u....Nsf? jij -""' -J I
ound loyle, and wo
Subscribers will confer a favor by
uotlflylng us immediately of any non
delivery of the paper.
AH letters and remittances should
be addressed to The Citizen Publish
ing Company. Drafts, cheeks and post
clUce and express money order must
be made payable to the order of the
Automatic, 183. Bell. IB.
At New York First game U. It. K-
New York 3 4 0
Washington 0 3 2
Second (Jame H. U.K.
New Ycrk 5 11 3
Y';thhiii!:ton 1 4 ' 3
At Philadelphia It. U.K.
Hoilon 1 M 0
Philadelphia 2 7 1
At St. Louis It. H. E.
St. IxjuU 12 13 2
Clevtland 3 8 &
At lietruit H. II. K.
Detroit 1 1
Chlciivu 4 3 1
At Cincinnati 11. II. E.
Cincinnati 4 X L'
St. Louis 11 4
At New Yoik It. U.K.
New York 2 10 4
lirooklyn 7 3
At Huston It. II. i:.
poslon !i 4 u
tuiucd to the btands and yelled: "U
;heie a do. tor In the crowd?' Doyle
wanted tj bite his leg off for that bit
the groans subsided,
was a ridiculous looking
When Hob Wicker was a young fel
low, be pitched on a southern college
lear.i, and a preacher uncle called U
eo him iit-rform one afternoon.
"What are those piellminai y signs
the catcher U making?" the doinine
isked the cla.ismate, to whom Wicker
mil intrusted him.
''liiey are to let Hob know tho
'yle of lia!I tu throw," answered the
"Do y:ni mean to say, sir, that my
atpliew ami that man are conniving
.() deceive tlie batter?"
Yen night put it that way, I
"And this Is a Christian colli
dolled Rev. Mr. Wicker.
were tional league umpire, and of course
( had no particular love for a bail
Pat I player who overrides authority."
nliiv ' She was a demure young tiling, and
' ')..... I.. .1 1 ... 41... !,.!.
1 SMI III in,. c 1 41 II 1 J'IHll 411. I II n 4 4.4
1 grounds, accompanied by a shallow
It bested youth, attired immaculately
l.i the latest BUiumer togs: "Every
time the sun shines there Is the od-
gleaiu over where the third basi
looks like a
I wonder what it is. It
flash from a small look
she said to her coni-
.v NEW MEXICO at
21674 S. Second st.
522 Sixth st.
104 E. Second st.
1 fc. V
LooK for the Singer Sign
when in need of a Sewing Machine or Supplies.
Needles for all maHes of Sewing Machines
Sewing Machines Rented or Exchanged
"Once when leaving town for a rest
I didn't want to be followed by m
loiii lrom umpires of action against
jlayoiv. who fractured the rules,"
.ays Harry Pulllani, "so I empowered
John lleydler, my secretary, to sus
en 1 players, who accord ins; to the
inipirt.'s report, merited such action.
"due day later I heard f'.om the act
ing president. Ho 'had' suspended
lake Welini r, of the Chicago P am
and lnciitloi'.el the date upon
"That Is no looking glass," be re
! plied. "That is Jack Dunn's teeth.
I They're the gh ainiest things you ever
i saw, mi l when the sun strikes them
! the Hash Is almost blinding."
. "Isn't he u dear," said tile demure
lone, with a lar-away look. "I wonder
if he's married," and then she won
dered why her escort looked as it
he'd like to chew a niece out of the
Ills wiio died in 1SS7, and since her
death he lias njt taken an active part
in lite. For several months he bas
been quite feeble, and while suffering
lrom no particular disease, seemed to
gradually fade away, death coming
while at his sou l!ramble-s n sidence.
He Kit two sons. H. 1". and J. H.
Owiiby, and a daughter, Mrs. Ralph
1'ette'i.v, of Tue on, and two grand
children to mourn his death.
Mrs. Alice Coburn Hay ward, clair
voyant aud business medium, 120
South Aruo street. Otllce hours: 10
to 3 daily. Evenings and Sundays by
Do You Want Strength?
NEW TIME CARD
which ; railing.
No. 2, Atantlo Express, arrives 7:6J
a. ni.: departs 8:30 . m.
No. 4. Chicago Limited, arrive
11:59 Tuesdays and Fridays; departs
12:09 a. ni., Wednesdays and Satur
No. 8. Chicago and Kansas City Ex.
press, ai rives t : 40 p. m.; departs 7: 4.1
No. 1, Los Angeles Express, arrives
1:m p. m.: departs 8:15 p. m.
No. 3, California Limited, arrives
10:40 a. ni., Mondays and Thursdays
departs 10:50 a. m. Mondays and
No. 7, San Francisco Fast Mali ar
rives 10:30 p. m.; departs 11:10 p. m.
DR. J. E. KRAFT.
Rooms 15 and 1C Grant block, over
tho Golden Hule Dry Oooda Company.
Both phones. Appointments made by
W. N. Macbeth.
Jtooms -4 nnu 25, liuriioU building, cor-
HT Hullrcml Hvctiue and HeconU strvet,
1nu4uerque. Appointments made by
null. It ura: 8 to lit; 1 to B. Open even
nta, 1 to s.
Fresh Meats and Sausages
A Specially Fine Line
207 West Gold Aveune w
BOTH PHONES C
Edmund J. Alger, D. D. S.
No. Sutl Kailroaii avenue Olttce hours
:M a. in. to l-:li0 p. m.; 1:30 p. m. to 6
p. m. Telephone . Appointment made
OFFICE CLOSED UNTIL JULY
Bernard S. Rodey.
ATTORN UY-AT-LAW. Albuquerque.
N. M. Prompt attention Riven to oil
business pertalnlnn to the profession.
Will practice In ml courts of the terri
tory and before thtt United States luntl
Ira M. Bond.
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW, 'M V utreet, N.
V., WaBhlnifton, u. . l'enslons, lands,
pntents, copyrlfthtH, cavtats, letter pat
ents, trade marks, claims.
R. W. D. Bryan.
ATTORN K Y -AT-LA W. Al buquerque,
N. M. UtMce, I'lra. 4atlonl UanK build
J Where to Dine Wei! J
0 kJUli III V KVJIUUIUIIl
MEALS AT ALL HOURS.
O Quick Time, Good Service, at
s Reasonable Prices.
A The nearest place In Albu-
m querque to Santa Fe depot.
Open night and day. Bar In "
LYNN .HAVEN BAY .and
BLUE POINT OY8TER3 In any
9 style aj
0 First Street and Silver Avenue, m
J MEAL TICKETS. 21 MEAL8 $S J
E. W. Dobson.
ATTORNKY-AT- LAW, Office
Well block, Albuquerque, N. M.
John H. Stlngle.
ATTORNEY-AT-L.AW, Suite 1. N.
Armijo building", Albuquerque, N. M.
F. W. Spencer.
Itootnt 4S-47 Harnett building, Albuquer
pie, N. M. Automatic "phone 6M.
V. O. Waliingford.
Ttoom 2, First National Hank llulld
Ing, Albuquerque, New Mexico.
At Chicago riilsliiirn-Cliicuno e, line
Ii 1st pi 111 d on lu count of wet park.
Tv.o gawin scheduled for today.
At Pi. I'aul
lUlnnea polls ....
,n i stick a'l the tiino. There's an
easy way out. USE
I WAS ONE OF THE OLDBT
I RESIDENTS OF L0RDSB11RG
Hy tiie ibath of J. 1'. Ownl.y, nt
l.ord.-.liu. another name lias been
! added to the already Imih list of old
timers who have pa-se.l away. A
I short biography of bis life appeal. s la
; tin l.oiilsliui' Liberal, which s.iys:
i l.ordsliiiix lost one of lis oldest in
' baliiianls in the duiih of .1. I'. Ownby,
: who lias lived here 1 ver since there
:u any I.01 d- l.u: ;:. Mr. Ownby was
, ."ini mi Mi 'ai'li.s. 'I'cnu.. 7ii ye.us ano.
.Ill ls.V.'. Willi Ins yoiiiiK wi!e, lie
I ni:irli., mi lln i i-l l.i 11,1 t 11- Cap
If ymi want to Increase your Htren: h
you must ml.l to ami not t;ike from ihe
eliysliiil. In oiii.r wonU. tu fo.ul thut
uu e:it must lie dig.ste.l, nsslmlluteil
.on! :iiipiu.ii.ite,l l.y Hie mitms. l.l.,,l
mill tissues liefure bilnp exii.lliil frmn
the lnu-siines. Knilol Dyspepsia Cure
mills tu the nhvHli'iil. It irivm Bireumh
to and builils up Hlr.nRlli in Hie huiiuin
H. v.stein. It Is (ileasant to the taste ami
I . 1 1 1 1 : 1 1 .1 ... iiimI th,. unlv iMiiiliiiiatiKii uf
iliKistants thut will digest the food nnd
I'U.il.le the Hysteni to apprtipiiale nil of
Us health niul ntreiu;th kIvIiilt qimlitles.
The plllH tli.it net a.i 11 tonle nml nut
nn a iliiislle Miii;.. are. HeWltt s l.lltle
Kiiily. Hlsers. They cure Headache,
, 'miMtlpai r.iliiiiHncs, etc. Karly
Klsi-rs nr.- small, ea.-tv to tnke nnd cnny
In net a safe Hit. Maek 1 liiinllton, ho
1 te clerk nt Vallev I'hy. N. 1)., u:vb:
"Tven lu. 111. a ..I tl...aA .....4.., 11ilu ..III14
; cured m of chi-unio coiistipatiuii.' fhiod j Rrd and tourist sleeping cars for San
fur children or udultu. Suld bv all iliuir- lYanclsco.
No. 27 deparu 11:30 p. m., connects
with eastern trains
No. 22 arrives from south 7:30 a, m.
connecting with No. 2, east bound.
All trains daily except No. S and 4
No. 1 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping cars to Los
No. 7 carries through chair, stand
What's the secret of happy, vigor
ous health? Simply keeping the bow
els, the stomach, tho liver and kidneys
stronir nnd active. Hurdock Hlood Hit
ters does It.
Subscribe lor Tho Citizen and get
F. H. MY En 3. Agent.
It Is reported that the Mofllt Min
ins: & MilliiiR company will soon coin
nieiuv active development on a groilp
ot mines ut Kin.Ksion, says tho llills-
Imiio Aihueaie. It is aido .reported
thai I lie company has purchasul a
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER.
A. L. Morgan.
CONTRACTOR AND ilUH.DKR-KMI-mates
cheerfully furnished; Job work an
Pelted. Automatlo 'phone. 7J4; IShop 111
North hecond afreet. Albuquerque. N. M.
C. H. Conner, M. D., D. O.
Osteopathic physician aud eurpeon.
President New Mexico Board of Osteo
pathy. All diseases successfully
Heated. Offllce Harnett building.
Hours. 9 to 2 and 2 to 4. noth tele
phones. Sundays by appointment.
Dr. J. E. Bronson.
' The Albuquerque Transfer Co.
handles auy old thing. Call at X
9 No. 110 West Gold avenuo. Au-
tomatlc 'phone 3C2. Hell 'phone If
A. E. WALKER,
Secretary Mutnal Building Associa
tion. Ufflce at 1. C. BaldrlCiea
Dr. F. L. Schneider, B. S. D. V. S.
Veterinary 8ureon and Dentist.
Ottlca with U. il. I nuns iV Co.. the Al
tarado I'harmaoy. Hutti 'phonea.
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
FRESH EVEUY DAY AT MALOY'3
' Subscribe for The Citizen auj get
Thos. F. Kelelier
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND BRUSHES
Palmetto Roof Paint stops all
One gallon Devoes' Paint covers
300 square feet two coats.
LEATHER, HARNESS. SADDLES, ETC.
40!) YV. KAlMiOAD A V 13
LIVERY. SALE. FEED AND
Horses and Mules Uv.iclit and excbai g
ed. Address W. L. Tiimlo Cr.,
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
BEST TlI.l.MOUTS IN
SECOND STREET, BETWEEN RAILROAD
AND COPPER HEMES.