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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
E A. J. MALOY
214 Central Avenue
The place to get any
thing in the line of the
C A full line always in a
Our Prices ARE right
h Ynn know the poods
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays
and Sundays. 10 to 12 a. in., 2 to
5 p. in., 7:30 to 10::t0 p. m.
Masquerade, Tliursdiiy. Sept. 19.
Eriduy Nights Peserved for 1 'ri
val c Skating Parties.
Admission, Including Skater, 25c
LADIES I'll EE.
C. F. Allen
Galvanized Cornices, Sky
Tanks, H o t
305 West Gold
-15 Minutes of Amusement
ItcfciiNC of Port Arthur.
I've Lost My Ec (ilascs.
In the Willi Wood When the
lllue ItelU (.row.
A Thrilling March Song.
J. It. SCOTT I, Musical Director.
Everything New and F rst Class
Oj posit i Depot
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OFFICIAL PROGRAM FOR
'rospect for Sports Is Ex
The Twenty-seventh annua! terrl-nri-il
fnlr li going to lie n hummer
nnd no mistake. Everything points
In that direction. The attractions
have nil been secured. Those that
come for nionpy have signed con
tracts and thoy. thnt will come to
niakp nionpy. have made the neces
There will be an abundance of
running hordes, but the number nf
harnefs horse. to come Is not yet
certain. There Is some question nhout
whither nil the harnpsw race will be
tilled. However, the number thnt
will be filled will furnish a larger
liriigrnm than the one of the lant
fair, when there were harness races
The base ball tournament prom
ises to tie n lonjr ns thnt of last
year. There will be six tenms
if not nmrp. and the chances
Kood that there will lie more.
The Official Prntrnm.
The otliclnl nroirrani fur the sports
Just Issued by the fair association is
Harness Kaee Program.
Si'.OOO for Pacers and Trotters.
I'urse Xo. 1 2:17 pace. $1.0(10.
Purse Xo. 2 2:20 trot. $1,000.
("Denver Post" Race and Pay.)
I'urse Xo. S 2:13 pace. $1,000.
("Veuve Cllquot" Yellow Isabel
I'hampnsne Kace and Pay.)
Purse Xo. 4 2:25 pane. $500.
Pure No. 5 Free-for-All pace.
Purse No. 6 2:30 trot, $500.
Haw Hall Tournament.
The best base ball In the whole
First prize, $900.
Second prize, $500.
Third prize, $200.
Hroneo I'.u-tlnu Contest.
Wild West In the reHl West.
First prize, $250.
Second prize, $150.
Third prize. $100.
(Also a buckiiitf bull.)
Ktionliiii Itaee Program.
$2,500 for Runners.
I'urse Xo. 7 mile, $100.
Purse Xo. S S, mile. $150.
I'urse Xo. 9 mile. $150.
Purse Xo. 10 4U furlonKS. $100.
Purse X'o. 11 5 furlongs, $150.
Purse Xo. 12 Relay race. $150.
Purse No. 13 Albuquerque Derby
1 li, mil.. 4 (i n
Purse Xo. 14 4 -i furlongs, $100.
15 Relay race. $150.
lfi S mile, $100.
17 6H furlongs. $150.
IS Hanuicap 1 mile,
19 M, mile. $100.
20 mile. $150.
New Mexico Association of Firemen.
Prlae No. 1 Wet tet hose race,
Prize No. 2 Ladder climb. $30.
Prize No. 3 Double coupling, $37.
50. Prize No. 4 100- vard foot race,
Prize No. 5 Single coupling,
Prize No. 6 Dry test hose race,
IS MARRIED HERE
llriile Comes All the Way lYont Ivuu
sin City Kev. Mai-li Ties
Lawrence Hrovles, of San Mareial,
has sprung a surprise on his many
Albuquerque and San Marclal friends.
He Is now a married man. The nup
tial surprise came velerday after
noon, when Mr. Proyles and Miss
Josephine Leavill called at the par
sonage of the Congregational church,
accompanied bv the bride's mother
and faiher, and asked tu see Hev.
"We want to get married," explain
ed the groom nervously to the kind
ly pujstor, who had been approached
many times before in ust Hie same
The knot was tied, and Mr. and
Mrs. Croyles are mopping at Hotel
The groom is the son of L. W.
Broyles, a wealthy merchant and
banker of San Mareial. Until recent
ly, the young man was manager for
the Postal Telegraph company at
Mrs. iiroylts 1 the daughter of
C. M. Leavitt, a well known Santa
Fe engineer, living in Kansas City.
Mr. Brovles met Miss Leavilt several
years ago while in Kansas City on
a pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. liroylee
will make their home in San Mareial.
Mr. and Mrs. Leavitt accompanied
their daughter here and attended the
wedding, leaving on their returo to
Kansas City this morning.
IN POLICE COURT
In police court this morning four
offenders were arraigned before Po
lice Judge Ciaig. It. I;. Church, the
man who. while intoxicated yester
day noon, flout ihed an empty recei
ver on South liroadway and fright
ened a number of chool children.
va-i fined $25; William Sw if t. charged
i:h disturbing the peace, was sen
tenced to pay a tine of $10 or go to
for ten days; Andrew Frazer,
liaiKed with being drunk and disor
derly, wa- sentenced to pay a $10
fine or go to jail for ten days, ami
W'i',1 Hillings, charged uiih being
.trunk and disorderly, was given fif
te. n d.i;. s.
Japanese Vriti table Down Mat
tress, light fe.itner weight. Full size,
T.n pounds, guaranteed not to lump
or puck. Enclosed In linen1 tick, made
exnre-sly for us. Try on and you
will have no other. Futrelle Furnit
PeWitt's Carbolized Witch Hazel
Salve is good for bolln. burns, cuts.
S'Hals and fkln diseases. It is e
pecidllv good for piles. Sold bv J.
11. O'Klelly ie Co.
WHAT MARKET AFFORDS
Native Grapes Uaks Their
Appearance Melons Are
Native grapes are on the local
markets this week. Wrapps are about
the only native fruit there Is this
season, and they are of excellent
quality, t'anteloupes, which are un
usually plentiful, are selling at two
for a nickel while the native water
melon Is selling nt two and a half
cents a pound. The. luscious oyster
nas nmiie its appearance and sells
nt the modest price of 35 cents a
pint. The market prices this week
are the following:
Green gages. 15c; oranges, 60c;
bananas, 4uc; apples. 2 lbs for 25c;
pineapples. 20 to 40c; grape fruit,
10c and up: lemons, 40c up; plums.
15c; peaches, 15c; pears, 2 lbs for
25c; grapes. 2 lbs for 25c; straw
berries, 2 boxes for 25c.
Celery, 2 bunches, 25c; corn, 35c
a doz.: summer squash, 2 lbs for
15c; Hubbard squash, 10c; wax
beans. 10c; potatoes. 8 lbs for 25c;
sweet potatoes. 4 lbs for 25c; cu
cumbers. 2 for 5c: tomatoes, 5c;
mangoes, 15c; cabbage, 5c; beets. Be;
carrots, 5c; turnips. Be; green chill,
2 lbs for 15c; green onions, 2 bunch
es for 5c; dry onions, 5c; rhubarb,
7'ic; cauliflower, 10c; green beans,
10c; watermelon, !',c; cnnteloupe, 2
for 5c and up.
Sea bass. 15c: barrlcuda, 15c; rat
fish. 20c; rock cod, 15c; flounder.
15c; salmon, 25c: oysters, 35c a pint.
Reef. 8 to 20c; pork, 15 to 20c;
veal. 15 to 20c; mutton, 10 to 20c;
spring lamb, 12 Vt to 20c; ham, 15
to 19c; sausage, 2 lbs for 25c; ham
burger, 2 lbs for 25c; spring chick
en, 25c; hens, 18c; squabs, 17V4c.
SHORT OF H
Many of Them Will Have Ilrief Ses
sions Accommodations arc
Not Adequate l or At
tendance. Only two of the county school
have opened for the fall term so far.
according to A. H. Stroup, county su
perintendent of schools. These two
are at oul town and the precinct
northest of the city, the school house
In the latter place being a new struc
ture. The other schools of the coun
ty will be opened nt different times
up to the tirst of November, though
most of them will be in session by
the first of October. The funds at
the disposal of the cnuntv schools Is
still inadequate for their needs and
hence there will be short school
years with most of the schools. The
enrollment this year promises to be
slightly greater than last year.
Considerable repair work has been
done and a number of Improvements
made on various school buitldings
during the summer, but as yet the
accommodations are not up to the
requirements. A new school house
will shortly be built at San Jose.
MANY SHEEP ARE
During the present week a large
number of sheep have been moved
across the .Manzano forest reserve
anil are headed toward this city. Ac
cording to a statement made by For
est Supervisor H. H. Harris, there
have recently crossed the Manzano
reserve, two (locks of 2.0OO sheep
each, one flock of 5,01)0, one (lock of
7.000 and one flock of 8,000. a total
of 24,000 sheep passing within a
week or thereauuts. These flocks are
tiot en route to Arizona but are be
Ing moved to the ranges of new own
era who have purchased the stock for
breeding or raising purposes.
large proportion, also will be ship
ped to the markets from this point.
SATUKDAY SPECIAL SALE.
4 lbs fresh soda crackers
3 cans of oil sara;n-
Cove oysters, per can
tirape Nuts, per pkg
Pickles, per bottle ,
3 cans of string beans
12',4e grade of peas, per can..
Macaroni, per pkg .
2 cans of clams
2 cans of corn beef
3 cakes of 5c toilet soap
Eagle brand milk
Wm. Kieke, IToprlctor.
. . 1 Oc
, . vc
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Foil SALE Ranches from 4 to 60
acres each, all under main Irriga
tion ditch. Near city. Albuquer
que Land Company, room 9, Crom
FOR RENT (lood five room dwell
ing, in first class condition. Twi
screened porches; $15. Lloyd Hun
naker. 205 West f!olrt avenue.
FOR RENT 'A good 8 room dwell
ing, wdlh bath and electric lights.
Very well located. Only $30. Lloyd
Hunsaker, 201 West Uold avenue.
School children are almost as hard
on their stockings as they are on
their shoes ami unless ou enjoy
daining you will find It to your ad
vantage to buy our lilack Cat hos
iery. I'nequaled In wear, fit and fast
color. Prices range from 1 2 's to
3nc. C. May's Shoe Store. 314 West
DAVIS & Z EARING t
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ALBUQUERQUE IS MADE
Lieutenant and Six Enlisted
Men Will be Retained
Lieutenant F. W. Rail, who has
been commissioned to establish a
'niteil States army recruiting station
In Albuquerque, has leased the upper
floor of the stone building at 2"3
East Central avenue for the purpose.
The rooms are now being altered to
suit the requirements of Lieut. Rail
and In the course of a week or there
abouts they will be ready to receive
the furniture and equipment which
Is now on the way here. Two of the
rooms will be furnished as sleeping
quarters for recruits and the six en
listed men who will be assistants of
Ueut. Hail. The suite of rooms has
been leased for sucii time as the gov
ernment needs the rooms, which will
probably be for many years to come
as it Is the intention or the war de
partment to make this a permanent
recruiting point for the army.
Lieut. Rail stated this morning
that he was ready to examine re
cruits at once and that any able-
bodied young man was welcome to
call at his oflice and take the pre
liminary examination. The medical
examination for recruits will be made
at Fort Worth, Tex., to which place
they are transported free of expense.
Phe requirements for admission to
the army are rigid, the recruit must
be between the ages of IS and 3 5
years; ror the inlanirv, coast artil
lery and enKlneers, not less than o
feet and 4 inches in height and In
weight not more than 190 pounds;
for the cavalrv and field artillery
(ejicept mountain batteries) not less
than 5 feet and 4 Inches, nor more
than 5 feet and 10 Inches In height,
and not more than 165 pounds In
weight; for mountain batteries, not
less than 5 feet. 8 Inches, nor more
than 6 feet In height. For all arms
of the service the weight must be
not less than 128 pounds. The term
of service Is three years. Applicants
are required to satisfy the recruiting
olllcer regarding age and character,
and should be prepared to produce
the necessary evidence. Original en
listments are confined to persons who
are citizens, of the United States, or
of Porto Rico, or who have made
legal declaration of their intention
to become citizens of the United
States, and who speak, read and
write the English language. Mar
ried men are not enlisted except with
the approval of a regimental com
mander, or other proper commanding
otlleer if for other than a regimental
Moldiers receive from the govern
ment, without cost, rations, clothing,
bedding, medicines, and medical at
tendance. In addition thereto they
receive pay ranging from $13 to $75
a month with 20 per cent Increase
when on foreign service, and a grad
ual increase according to length of
service and according to promotion.
It is most likely that the pay of
soldiers will be greatly increased
within the coming vear for a bill is
to be introduced into congress which
provides that the pay of all enlisted
men shall be increased 30 per cent;
the nav of captains and lieutenants
25 per cent: colonels, lieutenant col
onels and majors. 20 per cent; major
generals and brigadier generals 15
per cent, and lieutenant generals, 10
Present Pav Schedii!;'.
The present pay of privates In the
United States army is i- a monm
Non-commissioned ollicers get from
$15 to $75 a month. The annual pay
of ollicers follows: Lieutenant gen
eral. $11,000; major general, $7,500;
brigadier general. $..50O; colonels.
$3,500: lieutenant e donel. $3.uin;
major, $25o0; captain (mounted!.
$2,000; captiuin (not mounted), $1.
600: first lieutenant (not mounted)
$1,500; second lieutenant (not
mounted), $1,400. For all grades un
der lieutenant general a 10 per cent
Increase is grunted for each live years
Sneeial Inducements are offered to
Pharmacists, musicians, bandsmen
electricians, clerks, bakers, cooks,
barbers, teamsters, carpenters, black
smiths, farriers, and other median
Ics. A soldier has the oportunlty
free of cost to see Cuba. Hawaii, the
Philippine Islands, Alaska, and oth
He Receive Free.
Hoard, lodgintf. clothing, medical
attendance, medicines, baths, lights,
and the advantages f schools, li
brarles, and gymnasiums with mod
ern appliances Including bowling al
leys. Full pay and allowances while sick
and while on furlough. No doctors'
A pension for life if permanently
Injured or incapacitated In line of
A steady Job for from three to
thirty years or longer If desired.
Retirement after thirty yea's" ser
vice with a jnernnicn check each
month for $33 : $7'50, according
to grade held at :1m' of retirement.
Allowance Oil )icliargc.
Whenever a soalYr Is honorably
discharged ut the expiration ef bin
enlistment, or on a unit of disabil
ity, his travel pay is ample curry
him to the place of enlistment.
Hy care and economy a soldier can
save from his clothing allowance a
considerable sum. payable to him on
A soldier can deposit his saving
In sums not less than $5 with any
Briny paymaster, ami for sums so
deposited for the period of six
months, or longer, the soldier, on his
final discharge, will be paid Interest
at the rate of four per centum per
annum. These denosiis are nonfor
feitable except by desertion.
Soldiers' Home and Retirement.
Soldiers who have served honestly
and faithfully 20 year-, or who have
been discharged for u oinds received
or disease incurred in service, are en
tit'ed to admisMiion to the soldiers'
home In the city of Washington. The
sum of twelve and
month Is deducted
each soldier on the
applied toward the
After 3" years'
men are entitled P
half cents per
oil the pay of
:ive list, to be
upport of the
service. enlisted 1
be retired, and
;-ive three-f mrt hs !
upon retirement r
f the monthly pay allowed by law
Miss 11 1 1 Ml RICK'S KINDERGARTEN
In the Woman's Club liolldlng 61 1 West Gold Atenue
Tuition. S.SU h r year, of :tn uccks: 7 .'() s r quarter of I wis,
uiyuhlc In ndvamv. MU, Ph'C.'iick Mill be ut KliuU-rgarU-u all day
Saturday, Sctlciu'cr Tih.
to them in the grade they held when
retired. $9.60 Tier month additional
as commutation for clothing and sub
sistence, and $6.25 per month addi
tional In lieu of quarters, fuel, and
light, in computing time for retire
ment credit Is given a soldier for
double the time of his actual ser
vice In China, Cuba. Philippine Is
lands. Island of Guam, Alaska, and
Certificate of Merit.
A certificate of merit for distin
guished service entitle a soldier to
$2 per month additional while In the
army, whether on the active or the
A favorable opportunity Is afford
ed for active. Intelligent voung men
of temperate habits, who may enlist
as privates and develop the necessary
qualifications, to secure promotion to
the grade of a noncommissioned of
ficer. Unmarried soldiers under 30
yeors nf age, who are citizens of the
United States, are physically sound,
who have served honorably not less
thnn two years In the army, and w-hn
have borne a good moral character
before tind after enlistment, are per
mitted to complete, bv examination,
for promotion to the rank of second
'P. 1M. L,1NVIIL,1';
STAPLE AXI FANCY fJUOCERIES
Ilcwt tirnde of Hour.
CotTees, Tens and Spices a Specialty.
Everything in market nlwnv on hand
"THE REST ALWAYS."
Phone 23H &08 W. Central Ave.
THE NEW CITY DIRECT
ORY IS NOW COMPLETED,
AND READY FOR DISTRI
BUT10N. SEND THE BOY
AROUND TO THE CITIZEN
0FPICE FOR A COPY. THE
PRICE IS $1.
SCHWARTZMAN & WITH
Meat, Poultry and Fish
211 W. Central, Tel. 328
Your Children's Eyes
DESERVE YOl ll HIGHEST COX
Neglect of them now, during their
school age when the strain is great
may menu much suffering In after
life, which is easily avoided now. Let
us examine them; we will tell you
their exact condition without charge
C. H. CARNES, O. D.
The Central Avenue Optician
1H Central Ave. Phone 452.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth
Gold Illllng SI. 60 up
Gold Crow.is $6
Painless Extracting.. . M)c
ALL WORK A HSOHTKLY GCAR
jj Beauty Parlors
H 120 South Fourth St.
t4 Hair Drcising Fdal MaiA
a Shampooing Electrolosla
Scalp Treatment Manicuring
M Children's Hair Culling
We manufacture all kinds
of Lndles' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches. Pompa
dours, Puffs, Wigs, etc.
HUM, IIMIt NETS
Sanitary French Hair Roll.
1'he new pomp Wave. All
shades to be worn under the
hulr Instead of ruffing one's
own novelties In back and aide
3 Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter,
A Line of Rubbers
ALL TIME SAVERS.
H. 8. LITHGOW
Rubber Stamp Maker
312 W. Gold, Phone, 924
IRS. COPP and PETTTT.
ROOM 12. N. T. ARM I JO F.LDG
Where to Dtne Well iZ
Santa Fe Restaurant
Open Day and Night.
Meal at all Hours. First Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. -
Under- Sritavoy I-Icattsl
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor
Superior Lumber and Mill Go.
We have the only planing mill In the southwest thnt Is equip
ped to make "Sash. Poors. Mouldings, Store Fronts and Fixtures or
anything that a first class planing mill is expected to do at reason
able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order for mill
SOUTH OF VIADUCT
Cleaning and Pressing Works
Ladies' and Gentlemen's Clothes, Cleaned,
Pressed and Repaired. Goods Called for
and Delivered. Out-of-town Orders Given
LET US CALL FOR YOUR CLOTHES
MRS. ROSE HENRY, Albuquerque, N. Mex.
109-111 W. Silver, Rear Savoy Hotel. Tel. 480
THE VALLEY RANCH
If yon want to get to a root place In a hurry, wire oa at Glor
Icta, X. M., telling ns what train yon will take and come on up.
Our wagon will meet you.
The round trip fare ui Glorleta Is $5.00; the stage fare to Uie
ranch Is $1 and the rate at the .inch Is $8 per week.
We will try to are Uiat you have a good time. The fishing Is
THE VALLEY RANCH Pecos, New Mexico
r- '-0 iry
Do you Intend buying .enlcle 1 enjoy the summer months? If you
do don't pass us by. We don't uige you to buy an expensive vehicle
we have many good styles within the range of modest Income.
Top Buggies. Runabouts. Stanhopes, Surreys and Spring Wagons of
all kinds. Don't stay away because you are not rich. Come and see
Albuquerque Carriage Co.
f TOO MUCH MONEY?
A certain man opened a checking account
with ui not long; ago. He deposited in the
Bank what cash he had, and paid all bills
by check. Before long-, he discovered that he
was earning enough and spending; too much.
His checking; account gave him a complete
record of all receipts and expenditures. To
tay, this man is saving- regularly because he
opened a checking account with us. You
can have the same experience at no expense.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $200,000
W. RATTC SON
L- i vcr x' fine I I Jot i-t 1 i r tr t-ttil lr-
I til. .11:1 Hikl Kilter Avciinp
AUiliJl ERQCE. NEW MEXICO.
Citizen Want Ads for Results
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
can't be rubbed out. Here are some:
Paint is the only preservative known
for buildings; the better the paint the
longer It lasts. The M. & P. paints
are rich In color, durable and don't
peel off. If you are painting your
house or barn use M. & P. paints.
RIO GRANDE LUMBER GO.
Corner Third and Marquette
and TJJeras Road.
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