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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, JULY 21, 1905.
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It's getting to the tlma of tho year when everything Summery must be
put on the "retired list" to far this store le concerned; yet, two full
wearing months are ahead.
A better chance to buy Men', Boyi' and Children! Clothing, Hate and
Haberdashery for lest than actual value
NEVER PRESENTED ITSELF.
Our Suite, Top Coats, Trousers, Hats and Furnishings must vacate.
We don't want a vestige of Spring or Summer stock when we open the
Fall campaign and we won't have If we can help it.
LOOK AT MY WINDOW AND CIRCULAR.
Can you afford to miss a sale, where the prices touch your purse so
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
LINE UP FOR
El Paso Team Expects To
Wallop The Browns At
GALLEGOS TO OCCUPY BOX
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Drarn Laying
YOU OUGHT TO TRY THE HIGH
GRADE PLUMBING WORK WE DO.
TO PAY US A FAIR PRICE FOR A
GOOD JOB, WILL SAVE YOU
MONEY IN THE END, AS WELL AS
J. L. Bell Co.
122 WEST SILVER A VENUK.
Automatlo Telephone, No. 047.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
A C. BILICKE JNO. S. MITCHELL
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Restaurant
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ans spending the summer on the
beaches are welcome to the use .of our Ladies' parlors and Gentle
men's waiting rooms. Meet your frlende there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladles. and children welcome.
All Depot oars stop at the H ollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach ear pass the doof. ; ti , .
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
J. C. BA LDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN - WILLIAMS
RA INT - - Co vers more,
looks best, wears long
est, most economical,
FIRST STRCKT AND COAL AVK.
BUILDING RARER Al
ways In stock. Rlaster,
Lime, Cement, Ralnt,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALBUQUKRQUm:, M. M.
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladden
your heart and warm your bouse
when Its cold. Fill your bins for
next winter now and avoid the rush,
American Block coal, the best Gallup
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coal. All sizes of hard coal
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Green
Mill wood, 2.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 45.
Chicago and return, 15250, with final limit of October 31, or $49.76
good for sixty days.
St. Louis and return, $14.60, with final limit of October 31, or $13.80,
Kood for sixty days.
TICKETS ON SALE DAILY UNTIL SEPTEMBER 30.
Denver and return, $25.15.
Colorado Springs and return, $22.15.
Pueblo and return, $20.15.
Glenwood Springs and return, $36.15, via Pueblo, or $11.15 via Denver.
Tickets on Sale Daily Until October IS. Final Limit Oct. 31st
H. S. LUTZ, Agent A. T. & S. 1 Ry.
STOCK MONEY - METAL WOOL
All Is ready for the ball ftame at
Traction Park tomorrow afternoon,
between the El Paso team and the
Browns. Manager Houston of the
Browns today wired Manager J. Wld
ninn at El Paao, transportation for
eleven men, and the Pass City team
will arrive tomorrow morning.
A fast game Is promised, as only
recently the El Paao team was reor
ganized, and several new players ad
ded to strengthen the weak places on
the team. The opposing pitchers In
tomorrow's game will be Gallegos for
Albuquerque and Dougherty for El
Sunday afternoon Starr will occupy
the box for the home team and Wld
man for El Paso.
The line-up for tomorrow's game Is
Albuquerque. El Paso.
Pet t us c '. Kelly
Gallegos p Dougherty
French 1st. b Peck
Kuni 2d. b Wldruan
Neher 3d. b Ervin
Randall s. a J. Jaeoby
Ortis I. f. Nicholson
Coegrove c.f H. Jaroby
Quier r. f.. Cunningham
The local team baa been practicing
every evening this week and the fans
will see a good exhibition of ball to
morrow afternoon, with the rhnnees
that Albuquerque will be on the long
end of the score.
The game will be called promptly
at 2:45 o'clock. D. N. Combs will ofH
clate as umpire.
Geraldo Gabaldon Sold Watch
Intrusted To His
ATTRIBUTE CRIME TO BOOZE
8 ?SJi Af
Closing quotations Received by Levy
Bios., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Barnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 83
American Sugar 138
Atchison, common 85'&
Atchison, pfd 102V4
Baltimore & Ohio 113
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 69
Colorado Fuel & Iron 45
Chicago, Great Western, common 19
C. & 0 52
Erie, common 46
Erie, first 834
I,. & N 145
Missouri Pacific 89
New York Central 146
Norfolk . 8
Reading, common 1024
Rock Island, common 80
Republic Iron & Steel Co , 20
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd 82
Southern Pacific 64
St Paul , 178
Southern Railway 83
T. C. & 1 86
Union Pacific, common .., 128
U. S. S., common 34
U. S. S.. pfd 102
O. & W 61
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago, July 21. Cattle Receipts,
3,000; market slow to steady. Good
to prime steers. $3.505.65; poor to
medium, $3.505.15; stockef s and
feeders, $2.50ifi 4.25; cows. $2.404.25;
heifers, $2(fJ4.50; canners, $1.35
2.20; bulls, $23.80; calves, $306.50;
Texas fed steers, $44.90.
Sheep Receipts, 6,000; market was
steady. Good to choice wethers. $4.80
f5.15; fair to choice mixed, $44.85;
western sheep, $36.25; lambs, $5
7.60; western lambs, $57.75.
Citizen adi bring results.
The original Spanish hair tonic,
Hermoso polo, (beautiful hair.) Posi'
tively stops falling hair In one applica
tion; euros dandruff always, ana is a
perfect drtsbing for gentlemen and
laules' lair. For sale at 50 cents per
Uittle. Agents wanted. 410
South Edith street.
Albuquerque, N. M.
410 South Edith street.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
OTHER SHIPMENT OF DR. PRICE'S
FAMOUS JELLY SUGAR AND ICE
CREAM POWDER. IF YOU WANT
A DELICIOUS DESERT WITH LIT
TLE WORK TRY A PACKAGE.
PACKED IN 6EVEN FLAVORS.
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Thlnfl to Eat"
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Posiiiou aa cuok, camp
preferred. Address, X. Y. Z, this
j WANTED Clothing cleaned and re
paired. Satisfaction guaranteed.
I-accs and leathers cleaned. 410
South Edith street.
FOR RENT 4, 5, 9 and 10 room house
by W. H. Mc.MUllon, real estate
dealer, 211 West Gold avenue.
New York, July 21. Money on call,
steady, at 1&2 per cent; prime mer
cantile paper, 4&4V4 Pir cent. Sil
St. IMiis, Mo., July 21. Spelter,
Subscribe for The Citizen and et
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, Mo., July 21. Cattle
Receipts, 2.000, Including 600 south
erns. Market steady; native steers,
$4.25(ff5.36: southern steers, $34.35;
southern cows, $2.25tft3.25; native
cows and heifers, $3.255.25; stock-
ers and feeders, $3.254.50; bulls,
$2.25(3)4; calves, $3.855.25: western
fed steers, $35; western fed cows.
$3 Iff 4.10.
Sheep Receipts, 3,000; muttons,
$3.50(S'5.50; lambs. $5.507.60; range
wethers, $4.505.40; fed ewes, $1.25
St. Louis, Mo., July 21. Wool mar
ket steady; unchanged.
BARGE, FAT, EXTRA QUALITY
NORWAY MACKEREL. TRY ONE
FOR YOUR SUNDAY BREAKFAST.
POPULAR YOUNG LADY
MARRIED LAST NIGHT
Miss Cora Myers, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. R. B. Myers, of 215 Huning
avenue, was married at 8:30 o'clock
last night to Mr. Charles Jackson.
The ceremony took place at the home
of the bride's parents, and was per
formed by Rev. W. J. Marsh, of the
Congregational church. In the pres
ence of a few Intimate friends. The
bride was attended by Miss Anna
Sampson, while Mr. Fred Hopping
acted as best man.
Miss Myers was reared In this city,
where she has many friends who will
wish her a long and happy wedded
life. Mr. Jackson, the groom, was
originally of Noblesville, Ind., but Is
now located at Raton, where he holds
a responsible position with -the Santa
Fe railway. After a visit of; ten days
here the young couple will go to Raton
where they will make their future
The bride's father Is Mr. R. B. My
ers, located at Colon, Panama.
Ignacio Annya and Geraldo Ga
baldon, living northeast of town, were
arrested last night by Policeman Joe
haiiuar, at the instance of Juan Billa,
who charged them with stealing a
watch and $5 In money from him a
For several weeks Bllla had been
watching Anaya, as he heard that An
aya waa in possession of the stolen
watch. I,st night while Gabaldon,
Anaya and Billa were in a saloon on
Hallrrmd avenue, Billa stepped up to
Anaya and asked him what time It
was. When Anaya pulled out hla
watch, Bllla exclaimed:
"That Is my watch. Where did you
Anaya replied: "I bought It from
Geraldo Gabaldon about a year ago,
and ran prove It."
Billa was not satisfied, and Immedi
ately hunted up an ofllcer. He found
Policeman Salazar who placed Anaya
under arrest. As be claimed to have
purchased the watch from Gabaldon,
Palaver also placed that Individual un
der arrest. Both were given a berth
In the city jail over night.
In police court this morning Annya's
story proved correct. He purchased
the watch from Gabaldon some time
ago. Gabaldon himself, admitted this.
He said that Bill, while drunk, gave
him the watch to keep, and that he
forgot that it did not belong to him,
and sold It to Anaya.
"Just to give yon a chance to Im
prove that short memory of yours,
I will give yon ten days In Jail," said
Judge Crawford, when he Imposed
sentence upon him. Gabaldon was
We place on sale a lot
of odds and ends of
Your Choice at 15c each
Former price, 25c to 45c. Now la the time to lay In your supply of
Towels. Try us, and see haw much better you can do here than
elsewhere. : IIIHIIHI
305 Railroad Avenue.
PICNIC AND CAMPING GOODS.
WE MAKE A SPECIAL EFFORT
TO SUPPLY ALL PICNIKERb AND
CAMPERS WITH A COMPLETE
LINE OF EATABLES. WE MAKE A
SPECIAL EFFORT TO HAVE ALL
GOODS WELL PACKED AND TO
GIVE ONLY THE VERY BEST. OUR
LINE CONSISTS OF IMPORTED
SWISS CHEESE, BRICK CHEESE,
CANNABERT CHEESE, 'BOILED
HAM, CHIPPED BEEF, 8AUSAGE
OF ALL DECRIPTIONS, SARDINES,
POTTED MEATS, ETC. WE WOULD
APPRECIATE A CALL FROM ALL
THOSE WHO CONTEMPLATE PUR
CHASING A SUPPLY. WE WILL
GIVE EXTRA INDUCEMENTS TO
PURCHASERS IN LARGE QUAN
TITIES. THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat."
Copper and Lead.
New York, July 21. Copper, firm,
$15.52; lead, firm, $1.5004.60
WE ARE STILL SELLING OUR
FAMOUS LINE OF LIVE OAK CAN
NED FRUITS AT 15 CENTS PER
CAN, OR $3.00 PER CASE. THESE
ARE A SPLENDID VALUE AND BE
ING THAT OUR 8TOCK IS NEARLY
EXHAUSTED WE WOULD SUG
GEST AN EARLY PURCHASE, TO
HAVE THE BENEFIT OF A COM
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat."
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
Newton Creamery Butter 22c
Gloss Starch', per pkg 6c
Two 10-cent pkgs Celluloid Starch 15c
California Tomatoes 9c
Corn, per can 7c
Vienna Sausage, per can 9c
7 cans of Sardines for 25c
A 15-cent box of Toilet Soap for 10c
-lb pkg of Cocoanut 6c
1 bottle of Chowchow, 1 bottle of
Pickles and 1 bottle Catsup for 25c
H-iD can or Bauer's Cocoa 20c
Macaroni, per lb nkg 8c
We carry one of the best assort
ment of carpenters' toola to be found
in they city, and we know our prices
are absolutely right.
Wm. Kteke, Proprietor.
CASINO PROVING A
Risk and extravagance all
moffm flavannj a. tracts
by Schilling's Best goods and
Your grocer's; moneyback.
No risk is taken when you place
your order for drugs or family medi
cines with us. We fill every prescrip
tion In a careful, accurate way and
guarantee ths quality. Ask your doc
tor. J. H. O'MELLY CO.,
Free delivery In the eltv. Malf am.
ere sent out the tame day they are re-
ELKS TO VISIT
R0SWELL NEXT WEEK
On Tuesday, July 25, the beautiful
city of Iioswell, In the Pocos valley,
will be visited ly a herd of antlers
from Santa Fe and Albuquerque, and
for one day and night, at least, they
will take full and complete control of
everybody and everything In that city.
The Klks from Santa Fe, headed by
Colonel A. B. Rcnehan, will leave that
city tomorrow, via the Santa Fe Cen
tral and on reaching Torrance will
take the automobile, which cartlPS
only a limited number of passongers,
for Ros well.
The Albuquerque delegation of Klks,
consisting of R. W. I). Bryan. F. H.
Lester, Frank McKee and 11. Ruppo,
will leave the city tomorrow night, go
ing over the Santa Fe to Kl Paso, j
thence over the Texas & Pacific to
Pecos City, and from there over the;
Pecos Valley road to Roswell. Owing
to the limited time in whic h to write j
for rates In order to Induce others to
go, telegrams have been sent to (len-j
eral 1'ansenger Agent Black asking
for a rate of one aud one-third fare,
which would amount to $U.0O for the
round trip from this city to Roswell,'
and should a favorable answer be re
reived, announcement i!l be made iu
the daily papqrs tomorrow.
The object or the triii is to Instf.
tute a new lodge of Klks at Roswell. I
h.. A. ( alioon and I.. K. McGafley, of
that city, some months aeo Joined the
Albuquerque Elks, but each have been
given a demit, nnd will bctoino mem
bers of the Roswell Indue, which will .
start off with fifty members. Forty-!
eight, however, will be Initiated at i
the Roswell gathering, and the vi.nlt
inirs KlUs will fcp to it 'hat the new,
antlers start off all right.
The popularity of the Traction Park
Casino is increasing dally, and the
crowds that are attending the plays
put on by the wade Musical company,
are high In their praise about them.
Iast night "Fernandez" was put on
for the first time. It Is a comical
light opera and made a hit with the
audience from the start. The Illus
trated songs between acts, In which
Miss Kittle Nice does the singing, re
ceived many encores last night.
A GENERAL CHALLENGE
TO ALL COMERS
There Is a party In Albuquerque
who desires to back V. M. Pettis,
champion New Mexico middle-weight,
160 pounds, against any other middle
weight In the country, lie will back
him anywhere, from $200 to $300, the
contest to be ten rounds, or to a fln
lsh, and to come off before a club any
where which offers the best terms.
As an evidence of good faith, the
party win deposit a forfeit of $250
with' The Kvenlng Citizen. Sporting
papers will pleaxe take notice. All
communications shonbl ha addressed
to T. B., care of Citizen office, this
Red Raspberries, per box.. 10c
Strawberries, per box 15c J
Loganberries, per box 15c w
, Red Plums, 8 lb basket 60c
JJ Cherries, per qt 15c J
Native Peaches, per lb 5 to 8c -
j Native Apricots, per lb 5c
Cooking Apples, per lb Be
Bananas, per doz 40c
j Ice cold Watermelons, Green J
m Corn, Tomatoes, Cauliflower,
SATURDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
1 lb Mocha and Java Coffee 25e
Suger, 16 lbs for $1
'rood quality of Rice, per lb 5c
New Potatoes, 15 lbs for 25c
Choice Onions, 12 lbs for 25c
8 bars White Eagle laundry soap..25e
6 boxes Searchlight Matches 25c
C cans American Oil Sardines ...25c
3 cans Salmon 25c
3 cans Sugar Corn 25c
Aunt Jemlmas's pancake flour, pkg 10c
Kirce, per pkg lie
(rape-Nuts, per pkg 11c
2'ii lbs Price's Baking Powder. .. ,90c
Mince Meat, per pkg 8c
THE NEW YORK FAIR,
504 Railroad Avenue.
Antonio Armijo &. Co., Proprietors.
ONLY A FEW
There are only a few good cornet
bands in New Mexico, but Springer
has one of them. As the teiritorial
fair association has never recognized
a Colfax county institute, It might
be well for It to get In now and make
arrangements with the liand nere ror
fair week. You can get a guarantee
tbat there Is no better In the terri
tory than the Springer Militaiy band.
The Colorado Telephone Company.
Room IS, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Long Distance Trans
mitters and Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
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WORKS. R. P. HALL Pro.
Iron and Bnus Gastingi Ore, Coil and
Lumber Can? Shaftings! Puuey Grade
Ban, Babbit Metal Columns and Iron
Front for Building. J J J J J ,
REPAIRS ON MININ8 AND MILL
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. j j
Foundry East Sldt of Isilrosi Track
' ALBUQUERQUE. NLW NEXICt
We Fill B. RUPPB
Pr escr iptions next to Bank ot Commarce
RIGHS. at consistent Prices 203 West R. R. Ave,
is not what you find
when we are employ
ed to do your : :
WE WILL WIRE YOUR STORE OR RESIDENCE...,.
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
AT A REASONABLE COST
We Make a Specialty ot Electric Pumping Outfits,
SUITABLE FOR RESIDENCES.
Estimates Cheerfully Given.
Soiittiwestem Electric & Construction Co.,
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry work? Try it and see how
durable it is. Notice how long it keeps Its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from ail
specks or wrinkles.'-
Imperial Latmdiy Co.
COOL DRINKS TO DRINK.
WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE,
FERNDELL GRAPE JUICE,
ROSE'S LIME JUICE,
GORDON 4 DILWORTH'S BLACK
BERRY BRANDY. (Non alcholic.)
GORDON AND DILWORTH'S
BLACKBERRY AND RASPBERY
THESE ARTICLES ARE OF THE
FINEST QUALITY IN THEIR LINE
AND MAKE A DELICIOUS 6UMMER
BEVERAGE. INCLUDE A BOTTLE
IN YOUR ORDER.
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat"
Rio Grande Lumber Co. j
General Building Supplies I
Eoth Phonts. A. H. KEYN, Mgr. 3d and Marquette
CITIZEN ADS. RESULTS