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MONDAY, JULY J1, 1905.
ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
I'd like to be a fine base;
I bet you that's a dandy place!
You just stand still and' catch tbe ball,
An' throw It back, again, that's all,
An' laugh right in the feller's face, .
'Cause that's the way to play first
one run. In this Inning Cosgrove,
Kuni and Pettus were retired one,
two, three. The fans were a little bit
anxious, but they were noUkept In
this mood long, as In the first half of
' the second, Gallciroa steadied down
and although the bases were full at
one time, the Drowns retired the visit
ors without allowing them to score.
It was In the last half of the second
that the fireworks began. Neher and
French earTi hit safe. With Neher on
second and French on first, Ortls
placed a pretty two-bager between
center and right field. Before t.s Ve
gas recovered and retired the Browns,
the home team bad three scores to Its
The Blues took a brace In the third
inning and hit Oallegos for several
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Louis 4 10
Boson :...2 7 2
At Cincinnati R. H. E.
Cincinnati 0 6 1
New York 3 9 2
At Pittsburg R. H.E.
Pittsburg 13 18 1
Brooklyn 0 2 0
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 3 9 3
Philadelphia 4 8 0
At Boston R. H. E.
S. Lou's v 8 14 1
.. Boston 6 7 1
At Washington - R. H. E.
Washington 1 6 2
Detroit 0 6 0
At New York R. H.E.
Cleveland 0 6 1
New York 7 12 2
- Second game R. H.E.
Cleveland 9 12 2
New York 10 15 3
At Philadelphia R. H. E.
Chicago 6 9 1
Philadelphia , 2 8 3
At St. Joseph R. H. E.
Omaha 11 11 1
St. Joseph 0 6 7
At Sioux City R. H. E.
Sioux City 1 3 0
Sioux City 1 3 0
Pueblo 2 7 0
At Des Moines . . R. H. E.
Des Moines . J 9 17 3
Denver 3 12 1
Minneapolis-Toledo game postponed,
Kansas City 0
At Indianapolis First game
s- Indianapolis t, 8
Columbus . . 6
St. Paul 1 2
New York 6
At St. Louis First game:
St. Louis 1
St. Louis 6
At St. Joseph
St. Joseph 4
At Sioux City
Sioux City 7
At Des Moines
TVh Moines 5
Kansas City 4
St. Paul 9
At Milwaukee first game
Milwaukee . .' 2
At Toledo First game
Second game j
BOTH GAMES EASY
FOR THE BROWNIES
Kunz's Sensational Fielding
and Batting Features
Senor Gallegos Delivering His "Spit"
safe hits. These, together with a few
errors on the part of the Browns al
lowed the visitors four runs and the
score then stood five to three. The
Browns caught up at the end of this
Inning, getting In two runs and tying
the score, 6 to 5.
After this Inning the game ceased
to be of much Interest. The only fea
ture arter the third Inning was a
Las Ve- three-base hit by Pettus In the fifth,
j which was stretched into a home run
by the Las Vegas players Juggling
the ball among several of the out and
Finally the Blues got tired chasing
The defeat administered by the xhe "a11 and near the last of the game
Browns yesterday was especially hu- Atkins was relieved by Captain Tay
mlllating, as at no stage of the game lor' wno Proved to be even an easier
did the visitors have even so much as I mar tof the Brownies. Fanning was
Kept out or tne game altogether by a
LOCAL FANS ARE VERY HAPPY
Saturday Albuquerque, 8; Las Ve
- Sunday Albuquerque, 14;
The much talked of reorganized Las
Vegas Blues failed to make good in
either Saturday or Sunday's games
and were easy marks for the Browns, i
The Game Sunday.
For the first three Innings yester
day the game was quite Interesting,
being full of sensational plays In
which Second Baseman Kunz was the
bright and shining star. He was al
ways ready and nothing was too hard
for him to make a try for. In the third
Inning when he pulled down a high
liner and prevented the Blues from
getting in two scores, the fans In the
grand stand rose as one man and gave
him one of the greatest ovations ever
accorded a local player. In the next
inning Kunz was accorded another
ovation when he went to bat and he
cinched himself with the fans by
knocking out a clean two-bagger. After
lacerated finger, which he received In
the game on Saturday, and to this as
Only One of Kunz's Many Spectacular
that it was Kunz in almost every play
West Point Tipton Was Oh, So Easy.
as much as anything, Las Vegas at
tributed its defeat. Although Atkins
pitched good bail on Saturday and
started out well yesterday, the strain
of two games in succession waa too
much for the gritty little pitcher, and
he was forced to retire. Then as Fan
ning was out of the game, Captain
Taylor came to tbe rescue, but hard as
he tried, he failed to stem the tide
and the game ended 14 to 5 in favor
Interesting Game Saturday.
The game Saturday was quite an
interesting exhibitions of base ball.
Although the teams were forced to
of the fourteen runs, were made by
In the first inning, the Blues hit
and he always got a hit. Two scores t quit playing twice during the game by
the severe sand storm, they finally
managed to play it out. Albuquerque
took it by a score of 8 to 6.
Captain Taylor, of the Blues, was
the hero of the day. He made a splen
did catch of a long drive by Randall
and prevented a home run. Outside of
this the game was devoid of any stir
Pi'ttus Makes a Home Run Out of a
Gallegos freely and managed to get In
The Fans are Rejoicing.
The result of the last two games
with Las Vegas, has made the Browns'
stock for the fair series soar several
points. It is expected that the team
will make a showing on the southern
trip next week that will greatly sur
prise the fans. One thing certain
Kunz will be greatly missed on the
trip, for his playing is the kind that
puts ginger in the boys and makes
them work fast.
There will be no more games here
until the team returns the second
week in AuguRt, when It is expected
three games will be played with Santa
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Alliance, O , 618 E. Patterson St.
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THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga.
NEW TIME CARD
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a. m.: departs 8:80 a. m.
No. 4, Chicago Limited, arrive
11:68 Tuesdays and Friday a; depart
18:09 a. eol, Wednesdays and Satur
days. No. 8, Chicago and Kansas City Ex
press, arrives b:45 p. m.; departs 7:46
p. m- -
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7:30 p. m.; departs 8:18 p. m.
No 3, California Limited, arrives
10:40 a. m., Mondays and Tharadays;
departs 10:50 a. m. Monday and
No. 7. San Francisco Fast Man, ar
rives 10:30 p. m.; departs 11:10 p. m.
No. 27 departs 11:80 p. m connects
with eastern trains
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connecting with No. 2, aastbooad.
All trains dally except No. 8 and 4.
No. 1 carries through chair, stand
ard and tourist sleeping ears to Los
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HAPQOOD5 (loci. Brain Brokers
917 Chemical Building. St. Laura
WANTED Carpenters, at once. W.
WANTED To Join a -car for Loe An-
gcicg by September 1. Address, P.
O. box 87.
WANTED Cook, in private family In
me country; male or female. Ad
dress, II., this office.
WANTED Plain sewing of all kinds.
Children's clothing. Mrs. E. S.
Dunn. 115 South Edith street.
WANTED A girl for general house
work. 315 South Third street
WANTED Three painters, highest
waees. C. A. Hudson.
WANTED Gentlemen's second-hand
clothing. No. SIS South First street,
south of viaduct Send address and
will calt. R. J. Sweeney, proprietor.
WANTED Use of horse and buggy
for its board, with privilege of pur
chase. 312 West Lead avenue.
i'OH KfcHvfTlve. room TioSei ?u
nlshed, with bath. Inquire at 419
South Edith street.
FOR RENT Four, five, nine and ten
room houses. W. H. McMUUon,
real estate dealer, 211 West Gold
FOR RENT A suite of three rooms,
very aesireable for party of young
men. 713 West Copper.
FOR RENT Most desirable rooms
in city, single or enaulte, with table
board. 713 West Conner.
FOR RENT Two nicely furnished
cottage flats, one with piano. Ap
ply 624 John street, east end of via
duct. Mrs. E. K. Noiris.
FOR RENT Rooms for light houBe-
Keepmg. Apply at Gold Avenue note..
From the California Limited
It Is peculiar that all of us
should compliment the Harvey
System, and yet wo do. It's a
habit and we can't help It I
am really ashamed to say any
thing further, but I can't ab
stain. The dining car service
on tbe California Limited la too
good to be true.
K. T. W.
SANTA FE IS THE WAY
The Yound Mother
has to supply Strength and Nourishment for
herself, and baby. She can meet this in
creased demand by taking
FOR SAI.E-Good, gentle, family
horse. Inquire at the Racket, Sec
ond street and Gold avenue.
FOR SALE Square Chlckerlng pi
ano In good condition. Inquire at
the Racket, Gold avenue and Sec
FOR SALE Driving horse; gentle ana
perfectly safe for woman or child
to drive. Also rubber tire surrey,
cneap. zuy liouth Arno street
ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO.
4th Street and Railroad Avenuo
STARRETT'S MACHINIST TOOLS
JENNINGS oV IRWIN BITS
MAY DOLE HAMMERS
WINCHESTER 8HOT GUNS
SMITH A WES80N REVOLVERS
AMMUNITION, ALL KINDS
HARNESS AND SADDLES
STRAP WORK, ETC, ETC.
ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE CO.
BOARD AND ROOM.
Good board, home cooking, plenty
of shade, electric light 717 East
street, near Santa Fe shops.
mvaie aetective Handles cases
does shadowing. Box 14, Albuquerque.
IV A N T E D
Wonder why people worry thle hot
weather, when they should place
their troubles with ua. We secure po
sitions as wen as nna positions.
we are etill doing buainesa at the
same number. We want your busi
nesa and guarantee to give eatlsfac
tion. Give ua a trial.
WE WANT AT ONCE
Two waiters, 2 good cooks, 1 second
cook, 3 girls for housework, 1 cham
Dermald, 2 men to take charge of
nouses, 1 man to wash wagons;
neamaiera, logmen, swampers, labor
hip to Call
Mexicans railroad work ship cast
The Southwestern Employment
Phone 195 Red Upstairs.
- 110 8outh 8econd street
For reduced rates to and from all
points go to Paulsen's Association
Railroad Ticket office. Railroad
tickets bought sold and exchanged.
MESCALERO INDIAN SCHOOL
The Tularosa Reporter states t..at
the now buildings of the Mcgcaleio
Indian school at Otero county have
Just bcfii completed at a cost of 50,
imio. Th two dormitories and the
mess liall that have been under con
struction since last .March are com
pii'ted and are now being painted. A
forty-horse power boiler Is installed
In tne basement of the mess hall, and
the two dormitories. In addition to
tne other fixtures, a power house and
dynamo have been eiocted In which
electricity for lighting purposes
generated. The dynamo Is operated
oy water power.
, Vila HON '""-Ale
The ideal Tonic and Predigested Food. This
excellent preparation supplies food for Mother
and Baby. Aids convalescence and restores
the system to sound health.
Sold by all druggists and grocers.
Anheuser-Busch Brewinij Ass'n
St. Louis. V. S. A.
(,namDeriain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy The Best
T. M. Wood, manager of the Whlta
uumy ii-w, nenjc. Am., is a repre
niaiive soutnern business man, who
diwa not hesitate In expressing his food
"i"1""" "i a wen annwn remedy. Mi
aays, "it (elves me pleasure to recom
metal I namtierlaln Chollc, Cholera and
iHnrrhoea Kemey, havlrm uaed It my
self and In my family wlih the best re.
suns, in ran i Relieve It to be the bet
remedy of the kind In existence. SolJ
by all dealers.
STEAM CLEANING & OYE WORKS.
. The Albuquerque Steam Dye Works,
Just started at No. 206 West 8ilver
avenue, across from the postofllce, Is
now ready for business. Dyeing of all
kinds of gentlemen and ladies' apparel
and work guaranteed to be first clase.
Also hats cleaned and blocked. Send
postal card and calls will be made for
M'lLROY & DELEOV,
When you And It necessary to use
salve una iJeWltt's Witch Hazel Halve.
It la the purest and beat fur Sores,
Burns, Bolls. Enema, blind, Rledlnf,
ltchinir or Protwlltiir Piles, (let the en
ulne DeW Itt s Witch Haiat Balv. Bold
by all druggist.
Turkish Nongate Is One after s
dish of Ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and ice
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.
FRESH EVERY DAY, AT MALOY'a.
Money to Loan
on Furniture, Pianos, Organs, Horses,
Wagons and other Chattels; also on
SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE
CEIPTS, as low as f 10.00 and as hlg'u
as $200,000. Loans are quickly made
and strictly private. Time: One
month to one year given. Goods to re
main in your possession. Our rates
are reasonable. Call and see us before
THE HOUSEHOLD LOAN CO.,
Steamship tickets to and from all
parts of the world.
Kooms 3 end 4, Grant Bldg.,
30J West Railroad Ave.
: ft Furniture
j cy Crockery
m l verything Needs
J . I About the House.
BORRADAILE & CO., 117 GOLD AVENUE.
Tne buyer of a chickerlnq piano can never have any regrets
over his purchase, for tie will never find a Piano of another make tnat will
compare In tone with the one he has.
To te sure they cost a little more than other good Pianos, but that
Is the inevitable result when you get the best.
WE ARE SCLE AGENTS FOR THE CHICKERING
WHITSON MUSIC CO.
3 ft ft
GROSS KELLY & CO.
'. WOOL, HIDE AND FELT DEALERS
ALBUQUERQUE AND LAS VEGAS
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ana cigars., fiace your orders
for thle line with us.
213-215-217 NORTH THIRD STREET.
Established In 1882.
F. G. PRATT & CO.
Bole Agents for Csslno Canned
Goods., Jas. Heekln & Co's Coffees,
Imboden's Grsnlts Flour.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
214 South Second Street.
Hlllsboro Creamery Butter Best
1 I U,m
i I to ft ats.
mi to st net its.
PrMl tmm tasrlaei .
I'm liisr 4J for nnuistunsJ
trritsiiiuiia or ul'ii.tiutii
ff UiUOOUl tMeliibrtVlie.
PsiulcM, uol Mint.
bui or poixiQuut.
j or Km in pi in wrappsir,
vl l7 ciprva. prepaid, luff
We are prepared to furnish on ehort notice all styles of
HIGH PRESSUSE BOILERS
Internally Fired Marine Typo Boilers.
Cahall Water Tube Safety, and Re
turn Tubular Boilers. Send, us your
Specifications for Quotations.
The Hendrie & Bollhoff Mfg. and Supply Co.
1621-1639 Seventeenth Street, DENVER, COLORADO
k - mm-w-mr V M S vr
, I have reduced pricee In sll dental
work. Full upper or lower acts of
teeth from 18 up, according to quality.
Gold filling from 2 up. Amalgam
and all other flHInga, from SI tip.
Gold crowns and bridge work at great
ly reduced prices. Appointments made
by mail. Dr. D. C. Labbe, of Chicago,
W. N. MACBETH .
Rooms 24 snd 25 Barnett building.
Oldest established dentist In the