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ALJiUQUTCItQUK KVKN1-NG CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, SEPT. H 190S.
WOULDN'T YOU FEEL AS THOUGH
YOU HAD BEEN SMOKING IF -
SIL WER WM R E
RESTAU RANTERS, ATTENTION!
Good Silver-Plated Teaspoon., 75o per dozen. Good Silver-Plated Table Knives, $1.00 . .et.
Good Silver-Plated Soup Spoon., $1.50 per doc Also Roger.' Plain .nd Fancy Tableware.
Good Silver-Plated Fork., $1.50 per dozen. These Special Price, for Fair Week Onlyr
One of the n:
tho Bislons. f
Kissinger bp I
to New Yoi ; n
Manus are t !
,,r i.-,icuo. teams that
, . : : .-1 1 1 this year Is
H i- hnvp been sold
I r.r'Tkett goes to
;n iinnly and Mc-
. m fi n at the New
r k ,vx tlie attend-
f.;c Unclish bantam-
illinc to come to
Kr. inkle Nell.
Tho $3 ad:
anco most '
N.W O O OH.O KO.O- Z'
weight fight. -.
America to i
"Twin" P ' i i. t:te new KncHsTi
mldille-weii:!'. tnairhed to fight
Tommy Bun - ."rn middle-weight,;
twenty roinii! 'i' l.o Angeles, the
RAILROAD AVENUE F VERI T T
first week in 1 t'l'iev.
iini'd from England.
it 'i ,T-m Bowker, the
'.'tit, In London, Nov-
He Is matcli'
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THE?roiTrrT;rTTr n r siTnunD .nwsnouU) referee a fight kysonby should run last in
LOOK I. IKK THIS? FOll FUN? ' A FIELD OF SEVEN?
PUGILISTS WOULD ACCEPT A REF- FOOTBALL PLAYERS SHOULD YOU SHOULD GET UP WITH A
EREE WITHOUT SACRIFICE THEIR FLOW- CLEAR HEAD, AFTER A NIGHT
KICKING? INQ LOCKS? WITH THE HOYS?
LAS VEGAS 8
Albuquerque threw their game with
Las Vegas away. With three scores
to the good and the Blues shut out
up to the sixth inning, when one was
sneaked over, the Browns went liter
ally to pieces in the seventh, and
before they eou'id collect their scat
tered wits, the Blues had piled up
even runs. The inning opened with
Katnburn striking out. laylor got a
base on a dead ball, and went to sec
ond on a high fly by Nash Into center
field. The ball struck not thirty
feet from second base, and was really
K5-5H-- A Qfa
It was a fine exhibit of back lot base
ball. Kunz finally put Brown out at
second, unassisted, on a ground ball
hit by Rathburn, and the side was re
tired by Taylor striking out. With
the exception of this Inning, the game
was a very good exhibition of base
ball. The band played a funeral
ah r lb po a e
Hale, r. f 5 1 1 0 0 0
Kunz, 2b 4 1 0 2 1 0
Pettus, c 4 0 0 10 2 0
McDonald. If 3 1 1 0 0 0
Ortiz, cf 4 0 1 1 0 1
French, lb 4 0 1 9 2 1
Randall, ss 4 0 0 1 2 0
Neher, 3b 2 0 0 1 2 1
Starr, p 3 0 0 0 1 1
Total 33 3 4 24 10 4
Edmunds, s s 5
Fanning, 2 b 5
Lyons, c f 2
Dickerson, 1 f 4
Brown, 1 b 4
Ratbbounip, 3b.. 4
Taylor, c f 3
Nash, rf 4
Cable, p 4
alt r Hi po a e
2 0 3 1
10 3 2
10 0 0
0 0 2 2
10 0 0
Total 35 8 fi 27 10 5
Score bv innings.. 1 23456789
Las Vegas 0 00001700
Albuquerque 3 00000000
Passed balls Pettus. Wild pitch
Cable. Bases on balls Off Starr, 1;
off Cable, 4. Hit by pitched ball
Lyons, Taylor. Struck out by Starr,
12; by Cable, 7. Left on bases Aibu
querque, 7; Las Vegas. G. Sacrifice
hits Dickerson, 1; Kunz, Neher.
Kunz Sneaking One While Cable
Took a Nap in the Fifth.
Kunz' ball. Ortiz made a desperate
run for it, but the pace disconcerted
him, and the ball sought the sod un
cauglit. Ortiz turnetl a couple of
somersaults, and by the time he re
covered his equilibrium, Taylor had
Rcampered home and Nash was round
to third. Hits in rapid succession by
Cable and Edmunds, sent the Brown
ies soaring skyward, and another bit
bjr Lyons, an error by Neher, and
dumb plays from first around to third
lent much impetus to their flight.
The carnage was something awful.
Ias Vegas rooters went wild, and
Col. Ralph Twltchell forgot about the
neuralgia, which has been racking his
mind, body and soul the past month.
Toox Rall L-fl
The Changes In foot ball rules for
1!05 fo." the most part bear upon
more strict Interpretation rather than
anything else that will affect the de
tail of the play itself.
legislation has been directed at
any players who are out of bounds
at the time when the ball is put In
play. No player shall bp out of
bounds at the time that the ball is
put In play except the man who is
holding the ball for a place-kick.
Under rule 6, relating to a scrim
mage, distinction has been made be
tween act of the snapper-back and
act of any other player of the side In
possession of the ball. If the snapper-back
made a motion as if to snap
the ball, whether he withholds it or
not, the ball Is in play and the scrim
mage begins. If any other player of
the side in possession of the bail
makes an attempt by a false start to
draw the opponent's off-side, and the
ball is then snapped, it shall be appended to the rule which states that
the linesman snail notify the captains
of the time remaining to play not
nore than ten nor less than five min
utes before the end of each half, to the
effect that there is no obejctlon to the
linesman giving the approximate time
to the captain who asks for it at any
time during tbe game. He may not,
however, be asked for this time more
than three times within the last five
minutes of the half.
brought back and not be regarded as
In play or tbe scrimmage commenced.
To lessen the tendency to fight for
the ball alter Its progress has been
stopped, or to steal it from a player
who has practically had It "down," in
struction is given the referee to blow
his whistle immediately when the
forward progress of the ball has been
Wnen a substitute has been sent In
he cannot run on the field and get
into the line-up, but must go directly
to the referee and report himself
before he can take his place. This
is to do away with the tendency at
times when a substitute was sent In
of having both the substitute and
the man he was to replace playing
in the game at one and the same
Coaching from the side lines Is now
to be penalized by a loss of ten yards
instead of five.
In order to make definite what a
captain might request in the way of
the giving of time, a note has been
WHAT MAY COME TO NIAGARA FALLS
THE AMERICAN F ALL As 11 LUUtio juuAi.
ill : t V'Vv I VT- "III
WJi fi u vV4 .w, i
Yolinir r'ni'i.'t slill believes he ta
'he greatest !i-!:''T of his weight and
inches In tli. world. He's find ne
trouble mak;;ie 'my one else believe
the same wnv.
Abli'-UAi LOUK A FEW KARS HENCE.
Hiiiu of America's nioht popular nat
ural attraction Is considered immi
nent by J. Horace McFarland, presi
dent of tbe American Civic associa
tion, who says that the increased use
of the Niagara falls for power mean
that so muc'u waier will be diverted
that the American fall will be left a
bare ledge, instead of a sublime thing
of beauty. In the Indies' Home Jour
nal he states that the American fall,
being higher than the Canadian fail,
will be Hist affected.
He says It has been estimated that
if tne falls are deprived of a flow of
$40,0lKJ feet a second, there will be
but a thiu trickle of water over the
American fall, and adds that, although
they are nut yet diverting near that
much water, companies on both sides
of the Niaaia have already legal per
mission to take a total of 4ihio feet
per second, and other companies are
reaching out fur riguts. Mr. McFar
land sugKesis direct appeal to the
American and Canadian government,
to avert the destruction of the falls.
Clark Orlffl'li lias taken more pitch
ers out of ti c box this season than
any other manaeer. He chases them
to the bench at the first sign of weak
Coach Rei!. of Harvard. Is train
ing the elev si on radical lines this
year. Falllm,- n the ball and break
ing through have been taliooed. as a
number of tie best men were Inca
pacltated ea:!y In 1ho season last
year by thes- tactics. The men will
be gotten In L-nnd condition before
ough work ret'lns.
Columhia indents are Ringing the
praises of Marcus Hurley, who Is
showing up as an extraordinary
'The finest set of foot ball candi
dates in ve:iri." is the encouraging
word that (nines from Cambridge.
Willie FltL'cralil and FMrllA TIan.
Ion are to battle again on the Pacific
I'oast, and the winner hopes to get a
bout with Nelson.
The Turf World Is gossiping about
the charges made against Jo'nn E.
Madden by his wife. She charges that
he raced the mare Applause as a 2-year-old,
when In reality she was a
Rlcbard Croker sends out a denial
that he is to quit the turf.
It looks as though Joe Cans could
not make the light-weight limit, 133
pounds, after all. If he fights Nelson
it probably would be for the welter
weight championship, for wblch he
fought Joe Waleott a year ago.
TtnttHno' Videin and Vrn n a f nrhoft
have fought twice. Corbett was help
J i- n-
"A RIGHT TO JAW."
less in the tenth round, and in the
second contest he went down and out
in the ninth.
The new foot ball coach at Beloit.
Wis., Is J. W. Page.
Walter C. Booth, coach at Lincoln,
putting the Nebraska eleven
through its preliminary paces.
A few "Hurry tips," by Yost: "Hur
ry up and be the first man to line up;
hurry up and get Into every play; be
the first man down the field on a
punt or kick off; fall on the ball ev
ery fumble; learn to control your
temper; hurry up when you are about
to be tackled."
At Cleveland R. H. E.
Cleveland 6 13 9
Chicago 9 10$ 3
At Washington R. H. E.
Washington 1 5 3
Boston 1 15 0
At New York R. H. K.
hiladelpbia 0 3 0
New York 1 5 2
At Chicago R.
t Boston R.
Second (lame IL
At I'hilad.dphla R.
New Y'ork fi
Second Game R.
New York 1
At Omaha R.
At Sioux City-
. u nv r
At Des Moines
Ies Moines 5
Second G.une R.
Des Moines 12
VICTIM OF VICIOUS
J. P. Diiiilavy, who was the victim
of an assault by A. A. Hine last Fri
day fvenlnif, U recovering from the
effects tbcivof, and was able to be
up yesterday, tsays the F-stanela News
Mr. Uine is held under bonds, charged
with assault with a deadly weapon.
The rase will come up before Justice
Garnett. Jim Terry, who assisted Mr.
Dunluvy, afti r rne lost consciousness.
Is charged by Mr. HI110 with assault,
and this cas,- will also come up before
WE ABE MOT READY, BUT THE PUBLICIS
The big tent the main show will open its doors about April 1, 190fi, but to prevent dlsae,nnintmnt
to those waiting first choice of the best sites on what will be the residence to
tbe city of Albuquerque, we submit the following announcement P excellence of
The Terrace Addition
During the next two years will expend nearly FIFTY THOUSAND DOL
LARS IN IMPROVEMENTS on their property covering the beights on the
east of the city. SILVER AVENUE, from its situation, and from improve
ments contemplated, together with the adjacent blocks coo,!ses the very
cream of the entire addition. WORK ON THIS SECTIff. WILL. BEGIN
AT ONCE. The Improvements planned are the grading of streets and
blocks, the construction of water works and the laying of mains, the plant
ing of trees, the building of brick or cement sidewalks, etc. In response to
a demand, and contrary to a usual custom, we will offer the best FIRST.
The blocks on both sides of this avenue, 80 feet in width, will be sold only in
Building Sites of !00xJ32 Feet
Permitting six residences to a block. No time limit for building will be
imposed, but all deeds will contain a clause prohibiting the maintenance of
factories, stores, saloons, etc. Also J3.500.00 will be the minimum cost al
lowed for the construction of residences, exclusive of yards and outbuild
ings. In addition, a building line of thirty to forty feet will be Incorporated
in the deed. In fact, this avenue will be handled with tbe Intention of mak
ing It the beautiful residence section its natural topography Justifies.
Only Sixty Sites on this Avenue
A $50 deposit will secure an option on a Bite, tho price to be determined
later by the board of directors, after the improvements are made. These
deposits will be numbered in the order received, and choice will be allowed
We are Independent for we Hold the
HEIGHTS III Yoti Know their Valtte
J. C. BALDRIDGE, Prcldent. D. A. BITTNER, Treasurer. M. P. STAMM, Sec. & Selling Agt
WOULDN'T IT MAKE YOU SICK
A"! . BvZtTn II fell II L
IF YOU WERE READY FOR AND WERE TOLD TO TAKE A AND GOT CHUMMY Wl I'll OLD
THE PRESIDENT'S JOU NICE, LONG VACATION FRIENDS FAR AWAY
AND ANOTHER FEUX)W GOl'
THtl PRESIDENTIAL ITCH
AND LAUNCHED HIS DOOM IN
AND YOU GOT nACK IN TIME
TO UK RUN OVER 11Y THE MA-CHINK.