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BATt'RDAV, Affit'ST . 1907.
ALBUQUEIlQflE EVENING CITIZEN.
SCOOT, HEAVIES! LION'S LOOSE AGAIN
Tn AncolM, Cal.. Aug. 3. FIs-i
tlana If all in a fidget.
Champion Jim Jeffries Is training
ng.iln. Can you blame the hearts of
other would-1e heavies for fluttering
a few ?
It Is not tho nature of a true fight
er to quit cold, anil Jeff wants to
nee how good ho Is. Acting under
the pressure of his friends, the big
fellow has taken up training at a
local gynasium. In a heorlc effort to
take the rolls of fat that have accu
mulated during three years of sltn
No doubt Is entertained liy the
champion that he can get himself l;i
condition for a hard battle.
'I will fight any white man on
earth If I can satisfy myself that I
ran get In shape," fays "Farmer"
"The only man I bar In the ring at
present Is Jack Johnson. I will not
tight Johnson or any other negro,
and that Is final.
"If a suitable purse is put up I will
meet any white fighter who think;
he can lick me." Such Is the gen
eral defl Issued by the champion.
The course of training miupped out
liy those having the big fellow In
charge Is Intended to round him In
condition so that only the finishing
touches will be necessary to prepare
him for battle.
The appearance of a foeman
worthy of his puw.h will lie the sig
nal for the big fellow to slip on the
padded mits and otart the sparrina
stunt to get lbaek to his old speed.
Hand ball Is being used as the me
dium to speed up his footwork.
The ring experts who have watched
Jeff at his work say his general con
dition Is better than ever before,
and that a couple of months' work
will put him in splendid ring form.
FOR BIG CONGRESS
Hicramento, f.il., August 3. I'rep
nrtions for the housing and enter
tainment of th" great crowd of visit
ors attracted to Sacramento In Sep
tember for the Irrigation Congress
and Interstate Kxpositlon. Is gong
forward rapidly and everything will
be in readiness on the date fixed. Al
ready ten th'iiimd rxnns have been
registered with the commilttee In
charge, nnd members feel confident
of their ability to Insure the comfort
and convenience of all visitors who
apply to them for accommodations.
A very thorough system has been
adopteil to meet the contingency of
housing visitors. Care will be ex
ercised to fee that the latter are
pleamntly put up during their stay.
This Involves a vast amount of labor
and detail, but the Hoard of Control
are determined that nothing shall
mar the enj ovment of the occasion
for n single one of the city's guests
during the continuance of these
events If there be any way to pre
Jim Jeffries, champion licnvyuHsht pugilist of tlm world, as lie opi
training ul Ia Angt-lcs.
Stat of Ohio. City or Toledo,
Lucas County. ss.
Frank J. Chenney makes onth thnj he
Is senior partner of the firm of F. J.
Chenev & Co.. doing business In the
City of Toledo. County nnd Htate afore
said, nnd that said firm will pay the sum
of ONE HUNlHtKD lI.I.Altii for each
and every case of Catarrh that cannot
be cured by the use of Hall s Catarrh
Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me nnd subscribed In
my presence, this 6th day of December,
A. D. lssti.
A. W. OLEASON.
(Seal.) Notary i'ublle.
Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken internally
and acts directly on the blood and mu
cous surfaces uf the system. Send for
K. J. CHENEY ft CO., Props..
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa
Don't use hatch physics. The re
action weakens the bowels, leads to
chronic constipation. Get Doan's
Itegulets. They operate easily, tone
the ntomach, cure constipation.
CONFERENCE OF SOCEETY FAMILY
Notable Gathering of Famed
Workers On August
15 to 19.
Gallup, X. M., August 3. (Spec
ial.) A notalble conference will be
held at the Kehabotli mission near
here August 15 to 19. The conference
is called the "Conference of Friends
of the Indians," and is similar ia
plrit to the celebrated "Lake Mo
honk conference" of Lake Mohonk,
'Many noted men will be present to
take part In too conference addreka
es. Among those on the program
Are to be found the following world
wide celebrities Kev. Dr. K. A. Tor
rey, the famous evangelist who re
cently completed a tour of the world
in evangelistic work; Van Ogden
Vogt, formerly secretary of the na
tional society of Christian Endeavor
and now one of the secretaries of the
board of home missions of the Pres
byterian church; Fred G. Mitchell, of
Los Angeles, Cal.; Kev. Thomas C
iMoffatt, of New York City; W. II.
Johnston, of Tolchaco, Arizona, head
at the independent mission to the
Among the workers of Xew Mexico
and Arizona who will take part in
the conference are the following
-names: Kev. C. H. Bierkemper, of
Ganado, Ariz.; -Miss Cecia Harteq, of
Iteheboth Mission, Gallup, X. M.;
Kev. C. H. lirodheadt, of Laguna In
dian Mission; Kev. C. H. Ellis, Mt
D.. of Phoenix. Ariz.; Rev. Frank C.
Iteld. of Flagstaff. Ariz., and Kev.
John Mordy. of Albuquerque.
Amone the topics to be discussed
will be the following pertinent
themes: 'The missionary s relation
to the Industrial and materlul ad
vancement of the India! . ' "How
much of the native language should
the mission worker know;" "The In
dian of the southwest," etc.
The conference Is an undenomina
tional meeting, and will not take up
any denominational reports or themes.
It Is to be an Independent study of
the great questions relative to the
religious and material welfare of the
Indians of the southwest.
Great preparation is being made
for the entertainment of the guests of
the conference. The railroad sta
tion at which delegates will alight for
transportation to the mission grounds
Is Zunl station. The conference will
camp and arrangements have been
made for entertainment for all who
tliniulM-rliiJii's Colic. Cholera and
liarrln-o Itcnmly, I tetter
Than Tlirw Doctors).
"Three years ago we had three
doctors with our little boy and every
thing that they could do seemed In
vain. At last when all hope seemed
to be gone we began using Cham
berlain's Colic. Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remedy and in a few hours he
began to improve. Today he is as
healthy a child as parents wisn ror.-
Mrs. H. J. Johnston. Linton, Miss
For sale by all druggists.
Subscribe for The Crtttcn and set
the new .
MEN, BEGONE! THESE ART GIRL PLEDGE
THREE SODALESS YEARS TO SPINSTERHOOO
San Bernardino Discovers
Sensation In Series of
San rternardino, Cal., August 3.
Gold, diamonds, silver, fine silks and
all manner of costly articles were ex
posed to view in the sheriff's office
yesterday, as boxes and trunks tilled
with loot from the robbers' ront on
O street, were hauled to the jail and
opened up by the sheriff.
Not In the history of- the city has
such a glittering array of plunder
been collected, and never before has
such wide local interest been awak
ened as that caused by the apprehen
sion of the burglars who for months
past have kept the entire valley In
suspense, worried the oftieers and bid
fair to continue their daring work
From the capture of Mrs. M. O.
Place has developed a sensation sel
dom equalled. Even yet many of the
woman's friends cannot believe that
It Is really she who is now occupying
a cell In the county jail, or that Mrs.
Charles E. Jones, who was taken Into
custody yesterday with her husband
and brother-in-law. Thomas Jones,
can really be guilty of the daring
series of burglaries which huve start
led the valley for these many months,
all theretofore having shared the re
spect of a wide circle of friend.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, and
Thomas Jones, erstwhile respectable
citizens, joined Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Place and Robert Hlake, alias liaker
alias Williams, in the county Jail yes
terday, being arrested as accomplices
of Ulake and the Places. The arrests
opened up new developments, Mrs.
Jones actually bringing to the jail
a sachet filled with loot much of
which has been Identified us coming
from the home of Henry J. Iteggs.
Place and the Jones men are talk
ing, but from the woman or H'.ake
not a word can be obtained, their
grit astonishing the officers.
Place has Klven the sheriff a line
on the past of lilake, proving him
to be an ex-convlcl w lu has served
a term for burglary in the penitent
iary at Philadelphia, and Place fs
using every means to unload the en
tire responsibility for the series of
crimes upon Hlake. charging that he
was the leading spirit and alone bur
glarized every house on their list.
Place explains that he and his wife
met Make in Philadelphia. They and
the Joneses were employed at the
Haldwln Locomotive works and when
Hlake was sent to the penitentiary
thev were regular visitors to his cell.
They had long been friends and had
attended the I'nitarlan church in that
city together, and all came west to
gelher two years ago.
"Kvcrylxxly Should Know."
says G. G. Hays, a prominent bust
ness man of Bluff, Mo., that Ruck
len's Arnica Salve Is the quickest
and surest healing salve ever applied
to a sore, burn or wound, or to a
cane of idles. I've used it and know
what I'm talking about." Guaranteed
by all druggists. 2iic.
, "V'W Vs
mix- w vJ ? 'ks
Miss i:iijihetli Curtis president of (Jiirl ui'llt-. li will Jiut tlicnis'les
Xew York, Aug., 3. A supreme r
test of the love .of 50 girl artists for ;
their art will be made soon on Long
Island. To qualify they must fore
go the society of man and pledgo ,
themselves to three years of spins-1
terhood. Could there be a harder I
These brave and self-sacrltlclng
spirits are banded together under the
name of the Gludes Art association.
They have bought Northport manor
for their Adamless Kden. It Is a bis
house with two acre's of ground, de
lightfully situated near Long Island
sound. (Maybe the pirates will gut
Miss Klizaboth Curtis, who has a
studio on Fifth avenue, Is the pres
ident of the ass veiation. There will
be living accommodations in the lM
manor house for 50 members and a
studio for each three girls.
Men lloilicr Tlicin.
The secret of the whole scheme
of course. Is that feminine devotees
of art cannot keep their minds on
their work while there are men
around. They've tried it and, fail
ing, have adopted the heroic remedy
of taking to the woods. It Is said
that a 12-foot steel fence charged
with unnumbered volts of electricity
may be built around the grounds.
The laws of the association do not
lay down any specific penally for thi
punishment of possible trespassers
Probably It is too terrible to be
placed In writing.
".No men allowed" .Is made plain
enough, however, in the rules. The
only exception U that he may enter
the buildings and grounds- only on
one visiting day, the second Saturday
in each month.
Any application by a colonist for
release from Hie pledge to spinster
hood will be e'lutvaenl to a reslgua
KILLS THREE IN
Toulon. France, August 3. Three
men were killed and five others
wounded by the explosion of a gun
during target practice today on board
the French training ship Couronne.
Two of the wounded are dangerously
WllKUi: TIIF.Y PLAY,
Poston at Cincinnati,
llrooklyn at Pittsburg.
New York at Chicago.
Philadelphia at St. Louis.
Chicago at New York.
St. Louis at Itoston.
iJetroll at Washington.
Cleveland at Philadelphia.
1IOW TllKY ST A Ml.
Won. Iost. Pet.
Chicago 6'.t 'Ik .742
Pittsburg 56 34 .622
New York 54 8 .600
Philadelphia 48 39 .552
Host on 3S 52 .422
Brooklyn 39 65 .415
Cincinnati 39 64 .419
St. Loui 24 . 4 .245
Detroit . .,
St. Louis .
YKSTKKDAY'S (i AM F.S.
Denver . . ,
Pueblo . . ,
Sioux City ,
At St. Louis R. H. E.
St. Louis 1 5 1
Philadelphia 6 9 3
Hatteries Karger and Marshall;
Sparks and Dooin.
At Pittsburg R. II. K.
Pittsburg 6 9 1
Brooklyn 2 6 3,
Hatteries Lletteld and Phelps;
Strlcklett and Rergen.
At Chicago R. H. E.
Chicago 5 9 0
New- York 0 4 2
Hatteries 'Brown and Moran; Mat
thewson and Rresnahan.
At Washington R. II. E.
Washington 2 5 2
Detroit 3 10 4
Hatteries Johnson, Hughes and
Ileydon; Slever and Schmidt.
Second game R. H. E
Washington 6 10 4
Detroit 12 0
Hatteries .Hughes, Falkenburg and
Ileydon; Killian and Payne.
At Philadelphia R. II. E.
Cleveland 1 5 3
Philadelphia 9 12 2
Hatteries Uhnades and Clarke;
Bender and Powers.
At Boston R. IT. E
Boston 11 11 3
St. Louis 3 7 1
Batteries Winter and Armburster;
Glade, Spencer and Stevens.
At Xew York R. H. E.
Chicago 5 10 1
Xew York 7 10 6
Batteries Altrock, Patterson and
McFarland; Doyle and Thomas.
At Pes Moines R. H. E.
Des Moines 2 7
Omaha 6 12 2
Batteries M liter and Yeager; Hall
At Pueblo R. H. E.
Puehlo 3 8 4
Lincoln 2 6 1
Hatteries (McOreager and Smith;
CIcotte and Sullivan.
At Denver R. H. E
Denver 4 7; A
Sioux City 4 8 1
Hatteries OJmstead and McDon
ough; Cortoett and Sheehan.
At Indianapolis: Indianapolis 6,
Kansas City 4.
At Louisville: Louisville 6; Mil
At Columbus: Columbus 3; St.
At Toledo: Toledo 3; Minneapolis
13. Second game: Toledo 9; Minne
ASSAILANTS POUND MAN
WITH BIG ROCKS
Santa Fe. X. M., August 3. Frank
Conklin was brutally ns.-saulted this
morning in the rear of a San Fran
clsco street saloon by llosendo Tapla
and 'Antonio Mora. His assailants
beat him over the head with a large
rock, indicting several scalp wounds
which required a number of stitches
Deputy Sheriff Alberto Garcia was
notified of the assault and within half
an hour ho had Tapla and Mora
lodged In the county jail. They will
be given a preliminary hearing on
the charge of assault with Intent to
Dr. J. M. Diaz dressed Conklln's
TOWN NOT DAMAGED
BY HEAVY STORM
Wichita, Kan., August 3 Reports
that the t'wn of Marquette in Mc
pherson county, was destroyed by a
tornado last night, were found to be
untrue when telephone communica
tion was re-established with the town
this morning. Only small damage
was done by tho wind and rain storm.
Irregularity is bad in every department of life, in meals, in sleeping hours.
but especially when it is a question of womanly haoit. not oniy is it a sign 01
female disease, but, unless cured, it will cause dangerous troubles, because of
the poisons thus allowed to remain in the system.
Mrs. Luclnda Johnson, of Fish Creek. Wis., vrltes: "I suffered for fourteen (14) years vlth Irregu
larity, causing great pain. At last I tried Cardui, and now I am cured." At all druggists, In $1 bottles.
WRITE US A LETTER
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W ...-Ml. HMLLU. W1W.tW 01 .lim.WIH.Hip.aw
IS PASSING AWAY
Coijcorso, X. H.. Aujfust 3. Augus
tus St. liauden, the famous sculptor,
is serlouslv ill at his home In this
village. Fears are entertained thai
he will not recover.
It Is unaihle to walk hut visits his
studio every day, heinir carried by at-
teridtnta, and he directs the work o
Thos. F. Keleher
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Fine Line of Imported Wlnei Llquoi
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Masonic Building, North Tul-d tr.
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
Capital and surplus. $.00,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAVINGS DEPOSITS
Willi Ample Means ami Vnsurrxmnod Facllltlta,
Extend to Depositor Every Proper Accommodation, and Solicit
New Accounts---Capital, $110,000.00.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
Solomon Luna, President; W. 8. Strlckler, V. P. and Cashier; W. J.
Johnson, Asst. Cashier: Wm. Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge. Solo
mon Luna, A. M. Blackwell. Geo. Arnct, O. K. Cromwell.
DEPOSITORT FOR THE ATCI1ISOX, TOPEKA AND SANTA FE RI.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO
OmCERS AND DIRECTOR
JOSHUA 8. RAYNOLDS Proaldeal
M. W. FLOURNOT Vic Prwldent
FRANK McKKM Cuhltr
R. A. FROST AMUUnt CaBhJr
B. F. RAYNOLDI Director
u. a. DBRoairotrr
Authorlied Capital $500,6II.H
Paid Up Capital, Surplus and Profit $26,000.M
Depository for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe riallwajr Company
A BANK FOR
ALL THE PEOPLE
ALL THE TIME
STATE NATIONAL BANK
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Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
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Tra Whose Fault I It?
ine plan of your new house may
be correct, but unless von YiavA ff-nrisl
building material you're going to be
disappointed "That's What!" "It's
up to yon" to Insist that every stick
of lumber that goes Into your house
comes from this house then you'll
get the right thing at the right price
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Corner Third and Marquette
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