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Tt'ESDAY, OCTOI1FR 2, 1907. &LBUQUHE INQ CITIZEN. PAGE HVK. txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 8 P A. J. MALOY 214 Central Avenue The place to get any thing in the line ot the famous brand CLUB HOUSE CANNED FRUITS and VEGETABLES A full line always in stock Our Prices ARE right You know the goods 3 ITXXSXXXXXXXTXXXXXXXXXXXXX Home CooKing Strictly at Columbus Motel MADAM STEWARD-LAMB 210 South Second Exclusive Millinery BASE BALL HOW TIEBY STAND. National Lraruc. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago ....104 42 .712 Pittsburmg 88 57 .607 .New York 82 - 68 .547 Philadelphia . ....."18 64 .649 Brooklyn -....65 80 .448 Cincinnati 63 84 .429 Jkuston '55 90 .379 St. Louis 49 99 .331 American Lrtrue. Won. Lost. Pet. Detroit 88 56 .613 Philadelphia 84 65 .604 Chicago 85 62 .578 Cleveland 84 64 .568 New York 67 78 .462 St. Louis 81 .450 Boston 59 87 .404 Washington 47 97 " .326 YKSTKHDAY'S CiAMKS. National league. ' At St. Louis: St. Louis, 2; Bos ton, 1. At Pittsburg: Pittsburg, 5; Phlla, delphla. 12. At Cincinnati: Cincinnati 3; Brooklyn, 1. Americtui Ieafrue. At Philadelphia: Philadelphia, 4; Cleveland. 0. At New York: New York, 3; Chi cago, 1". At Boston: Boston. 1: St. Louis, t At Washington: Washington 3; Detroit, 6. NOT WHAT YOU PAY. BTTT WHAT YOU GKT IS THE TEST OP VALUE. Men's rubber heels 15c Paper oover day books 8c Hld Edge shoe polish 20c Jet Oil shoe polish 15c Folding lunch boxea - 12c All metal dog collars 15c White wash brushes 15c Tin cash or document boxes 65c Dish mops 6c Handled axes 75c and $1.19 illuck saws 60c and 65c 7-ft. trace chains, per pair 75c THE MA7.K. Win. Kleke IToprlctor. o FAIR lMX'OUATIOXS OF ALL K1MKS AT O. A. MATSON & CO. Wilbur's ll-etiicr Cure. War rant! to ipiU-klv anil olTelvcly cure all ll-U'iiiMT. Mild case cured with lutlf Imx. Severe camn may requlro llio full Imx. lrlee SOe. K. W. Fee, (IOJ-HOI South First Htreet. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE Gentleman's ticket go ing eat by way of Chicago. Ad dress C. A. B.. this oftlee. ClUTF! AND TISSUE- PAPER lECOIlTIOK IV FAIIt COIjOILS, AT 4). A. MATSON & fO. -o Are you looking for someming? Re member the want columns of The Evening Oltlsen are for your especial benefit It talks to the people and they talk to you. WAINTED 1,000 PEOPLE During the Fair, to Eat at the NEW RESTAURANT First Class Meals Quick Service 112 N. SECOND ST. Sleeping Accommodations in Connection MYERS, Proprietor cccocoeooeeoeoo FAIR VISITORS Make Headquarters with Us -The Busy Corner of the City. SEE OUR WINDOWS- Beautiful Out Glass and Hand Painted China Leather Gooda Toilet Articles The Finest Line of Box Candy in the City X. R Our (lrui? and prescription departments always In charge of expert registered pharamaclnts. J. H. O'RIELLY DRUG COMPANY PRIZES OFFERED FOR PRIZE WINNING BABIES Entries Will Close On Friday Evening Fond Parents Should Get Busy. Positively the lust chance to enter a baby for the big fair bsby show will be Friday evening of this week. Fond parents wishing to enter babies for the show should at once confer with the committee in charge. There is no fee charged to enter a baby and a number of handsome prizes are offered to the winners. As yet less than twenty babies have been enter ed and the committee is getting anx ious. There should be at least fifty infants entered to make the show a success. Mothers need not fear that the Judges of the babies will be par tial for uli the judges will be women from out of the city. Already one of the Judges has been chosen, Mrs. S. E. Aldrlch, of Gallup. The follow ing Is the committee appointed to receive entries: Mike Mandell, cloth ier, 116 West Central avenue; Dr. B. H. Brlggs and Alvarado pharmacy. I'i-Izoh: Nicest baby six months or under First prize, loving cup, donated by the Denver Post; second prize, one pair finest baby shoes, donated by the Ideal Shoe store. Nicest baby under one year and over six months old First prize, one gold medallion, donated by H. Yan ow; second prize, one dozen photos, donated by Showell and Kemmerer. Twins, six months to two years First prize, one full set. comprising knife, fork, spoon, cup and napkin ring, donated by- Arthur Everltt. Nicest baby over one year and un der two years old First prize, rattan high chair, donated Iby F. H. Strong; second prize, baby ring set with dia monds, donated by L. G. Bosenfield. Nicest baby girl from one to two year? First prize, on dozen photo graphs, donated by ShoWell and Kem" merer; second prize, one babyjs coat, donated by the Golden , Hula' Dry Goods Co. . The above prizes wMt be awarded in accordance with the following scale of points: Conformity of features 35 Disposition 15 Prettiest eyes 30 Nicest hands and arms 10 Nicest feet and legs 10 SMMlal Prizes: Baby with the best disposition First prize, one fine baby dress, do nated by S. U. Kosenwald; second prize, one extra large Jar of Horlick's Malted Milk, donated by J. H. O'Hiel ly & Co. Baby with the best conformity of features Firt prize, one go-cart, do nated by Albert Faber: second prize, baby set, donated by Williams Drug Co. Fattest baby one to two years old First prize, one Indian bracelet, do nated by the Henham Indian Trading Co.; second prize, one baby cup, do nated by S. Vann & Co. The prizes mentioned above will be on exhibition at the donor's place of business. Exhibition at Casino hall, fair grounds, Tuesdnv afternoon, October 8, 1907, at 2 o'clock. The three Judges will be selected from out of the city. Prize Exhibition. The prizes will be on exhibition at the following places: 1. The Ideal Shoe Store Co. 2. S. V. Rosenwald. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. J. H. O'Klelly & Co. L. fi. Kosentield. Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. Albert Faber. F. H. Strong. Williams Drug Co. Henham Indian Trading Co. Denver Pout. Showell & Kemmerer. H. Yanow. S. Vann & Co. Arthur Everltt. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. When at the BIG FAIR EAT YOUR MEALS AT THE Zeiger Cafe Cor. Second and Central oocoocococooo HOT BASE SAIL FOR FAIR IS Santa Fe and Socorro Enter Jolntly-Harry Hltt Will be With El Paso. There la no longer any doubt about the Quality of baseball that will be seen at the territorial fair next week. The fair association is assured of four teams and possibly five. Manager J. A. Hubbs, of the terri torial fair association, received a telephone message this morning from Socorro assuring him that (So corro would be at the tournament with a base ball team and with a large number of rooters. Santa Fe and Socorro have entered the tour nament JoJntly under the name of Socorro. The best players of the two tea-ina will be selected for the one team and these will be assisted by some professional material, the best in the business. Fans who know the Santa Fe team and the better material of the Socorro team will be cognizant of the strength of such a Joint team assisted by Chas. Hhoades of St. Louis, and Pinkerton. Jate of Fort Smith, Ark. The Socorro team will play the Hrowns on Socorro day of the fair. A special train will be run from Magdalena and Socorro on Socorro day. 1 Paso Eagles. The El Paso Eagles will be anoth er strong aggregation In the tourna ment. Headed by Harry Hltt, one of the best pitchers in the business, El Paso is coming to the fair with blood in Its eye. The team will be made up of the best players in the El Paso City league, with three pro fessionals from the Southern League and some strong material from Ari zona. Any team In Arizona la eligi ble and any players coming from the sister territory will not be counted among the professionals, though professionals they might be. Th.e El Paso team; will arrive In the city on Sunday morning and on Sunday afternoon engage the Brown ies In an exhibition game for the gate receipts. As both teams need the money this game will be con tested for equally as hard as the tournament games, which will begin on Monday. The llrmvnies. The new faces that will appear on the diamond on Sunday will be Walt Frantz and Jimmy Durham of the Louisville American Association team. Durham was here last year and the year before and pitched some mighty good ball for the Hrownles. He won for them the first money last year. However, the Brownies will have some harder pitchers to hit this year than last. Nothing in the tournament last year was as swift as Hitt of El Paso or Rhoades of St. Louis. The Browns' line up for the tour nament will be about as follows Frantz on first base; Clancy, second; Corhan. short, and Nelhoff, third. In the field will be Jreen, Kunz, Gra ham and iMciHugh. The pitchers will be Crable, Oalgano and Durham, and Frantz is necessary. Hrierly will do the catching. Silver City and WIiinIom. Silver City and Wlnslow have both entered the tournament and reports are to the effect that they are quiet ly practicing and strengthening their teams and that these two small towns will cut a bigger figure In the tournament than would naturally be expected. Both towns are In posi tion to get the best material In the southern part of the two territories besides get some first class profes sional material much of which is Idle now but not yet cold, the big league games having Just closed. Sliver City has a number of teams In its Immediate vicinity to select players from. SuhHrrlhfc for The Citizen and get the new. THE NEW SANTA FE RESTAURANT 211 Clean, Cool, Bright Speedy Service. Charles E. Suntaagg, Proprietor. mESSS CHILurttN HAVE ESCAPE A Dust several Inches deep and a pile of sand saved three small children broken limbs and more serious In juries at the corner of Gold nvenus and Sixth street yesterday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The children were pupils of Miss Phllbrlck'a kindergarten school, who were in a carry-all returning home from school, when the Fighting the Flames fire engine- made an exhibi tion run to the Elks' opera house at the corner of Fifth street and Gold avenue. The kindergarten school vehicle was on Gold avenue when the horse became frightened and ran. At the corner of Elxth street, the horse made a short turn. The vehicle tipped up on two wheels and three of the children In the carry-all went overboard. A little boy flew clear over a fence into a yard on the west side of the street and landed In a sand pile. He was badly shaken up and bruised slightly but In no way seriously Injured. The other little tots that couldn't hold on and went over the side fell In the middle of the road where the dust was thick and they also escaped with a few bruises and a bad fright. The horse ran a few blocks and then stopped. BEGUN FOR MONTEZUMA BALL Superintendent John Stein, of the Harvey system. Is In the city and yesterday held a consultation with Manager J. H. O'RIelly of the Mon tezuma ball. Arrangements for the big dance are well In progress, though it does not take place until Friday night of next wek. The prep arations were begun early so that the plans which are quite elaborate, can be carried out complete. The ball will be Japanese as first decided. All the decorations will be Japanese and the cupper will be Japanese, and there will be a Japanese dance for those who know how to dance it. The guests, of course, will come In even ing dress as In the past. Manager O'HIelly said that he did not want this misunderstood. The ball will be Japanese only so far as the decora tions and dining room set are con cerned. It will be a glimpse of the Orient for those who attend. The tickets will toe the same price as last year, and no one will be solicited to attend. The affair promises to be the swellest of the year and those who care to attend , may do so by getting tickets from the committee. EDGAR BULL DOG BITES LITTLE CHAVES GIRL The little B-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amailo Chaves was bitten on the arm last evening foy a vicious bull dog. The animal was owned by E. r. Edgar, of the Im perial Laundry, and was following Mrs. Edgar, who was on her way down town In company with Mrs. Chaves, when it attacked the child. Shortly after biting the child, the dog leaped at Mrs. Edgar and becoming alarmed, she telephoned for an offi cer and had it shot. Previous to bit ing the Chaves baby, the dog had al ways been kind and gentle and par ticularly fond of children. It had been sick within the past few weeks and It Is thought that this Illness had HfTeeted its mind and made it cross. The little girl's wound. however, proved to be only a scratch and has ben pronounced by a physician no cau.-e for anxiety. LOMMORI & COMPANY First Class Groceries and Meats Imported Olive Oil 323 South Second Phone 791 WEST CENTRAL AVENUE GOOD BIG MEALS MILLINER Y Latest Styles Reasonable Trices MISS PAYKTE3, 1 18 South Second COAL AMERICAN BLOCK. CERRILLOS LUMP. ANTHRACITE Furnace, Mixed. Nut. CLEAN OAS COKE. SMITHING COAL. NATIVE KINDLING. FOR CASH ONLY. WOOD TELETHON E 1. W. H. HAHN & GO. CHAMPION Grocery Company Fresh Meats Staple and Fancy GROCERIES Seasonable Fruits and Vegetables. Imported . LUCOA OLIVE OIL Mrittucol Bron, Proprietor i 022-2 W.Tifrf mhonm 91 ! Canned Fruits Way Up but not with us. We will sell you the Missouri Brand 2V4 lb. cans of Ceaches, apricots, plums, cherries, lackberries, Bartlett pears or grapes at 20c the can. Walter Baker's Cocoa lb can I5o. Walter Baker's Chocolate lb for JOc Large cans of Colton tomatoes 2 for 26c. x And hundreds of other bargains at the CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 North Second THERE IS A REASON WHY You should see the new and elegant up-to-date stock of goods at E. M AH ARAM'S BIB Weet Central SCHWARTZMAN & WITH Meat, Poultry and Fish 211 W. Central, Tel. B2B T.N.lvlNVi: STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES Bvt Grade of Flour. Coffees, Teas and Spices a Specialty. Everything In market always) on hand "THE BEST ALWAYS." Phone 238 608 W. Central Ave. 2 fe 1 h rJi wy WW I 8. We Have Just Received a Full Line of Carpets and Rugs Come and See Them. I OUR PRICES ARE THE LOWEST I AM Frrniir I 308-310 W. Central Avenue . . . Staab Building BICYCLES TTJIXXXHIIIIIIXimXIIIIITXIXIIXIXXlXXXXXXIIXXXXlTt a Hit UCLIAINLC M SKILLED WORKMEN FINE STOCK 3 WORK GUARANTEED a 502 West Central Telephone 151 HllITTTTTITtTtTIIIlTIIIIIIlIIITmimiTTlTlTimill Where to Dixie Well Santa Fe Restaurant Open Day and Night. Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobster and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. ; tJr-cisx &Gt-roy Hotel C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor 1. Superior Lumber and Mill Go. We have the only planing mill In the aouthweat that U equip ped to make Saah. Doora, Mouldings, Store Front and Fix t urea or anything that a first clasa planing mill la expected to do at reason able prices. Write or call on us before placing your order for mill work. SOUTH OF VIADUCT 5 OOOOOCXXXJCCOOC Inley Cycle Co. 208 1-12 Vet Gold BICYCLES SPORTING GOODS KEY FITTER REPAIR ANYTHING Kxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxh HOME g OUTFITTERS Every Thing Necessary for Housekeeping 3 DAVIS & Z EARING 2 308 W. Gold Ave. 4 C, F. Allen Galvanized Cornices, Sky Lights, Stock and Storage Tanks, H o t Air Furnaces, Tin Rooting, Guttering, etc. General Jobbing 305 West Gold Your Children's Eyes IFF2 Ili:itVi: YOl'H 1IIG1IF.ST (ON SIDKUATION. XetU'i-t of tlieiii now, during their IhkI u;e when the .train is great, may mean much suffering in aftr 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 111 Central Ave. 1'kone 452. EST IX 3; i New-Second HandRepairing. Dam aged Tires Vulcanized Good as New. F. S. HOPPING 321 South Second CLLLIKIU LUnrAP4T ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. TyXTtTXTTttIIITITx-irr The Parlalan Beauty Parlors 120 South fourth St. Hair Dressing Fetal Massif Shampooing Electrolosls Scalp Trestaeai Maokarlog Cblldrea'a Hair Caltlaf We manufacture all kind of Ladles' Hair Gooda. Com plete line of Switches, Pomps dour, PufTa, Wlirs, etc. ItFAlj IIAIH NETS Sanitary French Hair Rolls. The new pomp Wave. All Bhades to be worn under the hair Instead of ruffing one' own noveltlea In back and aid combs. Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter, Proprietors :xxxxx- Consult a Reliable Dentist Full Set of Teeth (iold lining $1.50 up Gold fro m.i a , . $6 Puiulem Extracting . . . IOc $8 AI.I. WOUK ATISOMTKLY GUAR. AATEKD. Pits. t'OPP and PPTTIT. ROOM 12. X. T. AK.MIJO UI.IMi- A SPLENDID ADVANTAGE In tlu- I.oosf. 1 I'M' 6stein of keeping luiuuntd is the foes, tlukt nm- til foini4 ran he ruled mod printed to ult your uuhIiicnm. We muWe all Mjloa and gies ot binders. an ruin uud irtnt hlii-etn to nlt your need. H. S, LITHBOW Bookbinder Phoni 924 Rubber Slams Maker 312'. Eold A 8.