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fagk Firm HUH lElS) Y SlXHTo ENTITLED COLOMBO THEATER - - TONIGHT- - 66 99 noooroooocooo nmocmomomomomrymomcmcmcmcm NEW BROWN TEAM MAXES GOOD SNOWING SANDOVAL Will HAVE PRELIMINARY MONDAY SWARMS OE DAIS INHABIT CHURCH Mid -Summer Is Here Porch Furniture on4 u'ff.ihavp the hot WEDNESDAY, Jt'NB ti. HMa. 3S. Rests? AH Over? Futrelle Furniture THE r . r. .cm. ti,.i j Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL lumber, glass, Cement and Rex Flintkote Roofing First and Marquette Alboqocrqae, New Mexico KNEIPP SAXITAmiM, San Diego, Cat .A famous Institution. We cure all diseases without drugs or operation. Booklet giving Information can be had at the office of this paper or by writing to M. A. Legem, Manager, 1455-67 First S:., San Diogo, California. AGNEW SANITARIUM AND HOSPITAL IN SAY DIEGO. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA. Han Ifomest and best equipped establishment of Its kind In the west offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and combine the comforts and luxuries of the home. San Diego li noted for Its even climate the year around. Write for full particulars. LOMA LI YD A SANITARIUM. Loma Lin or Hill Se.tutifut. Is he name of one of Southern Califor nia most beautifully located sanitariums, near Redlands, sixty miles east cf Los Anire'es. on main line of the S P. The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered Summer prices from June to Octo ber. Sen.i for Booklet "C." Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. ItlMIM HOT SI'KI;s HOTEL. Irf Angeles. The most curative treat ment fur rheumatism, Hcnutiriil scenery, cool ocean breeze. Hot Springs water In every room, no noise, no dust, no tli. Street car to door. Pampldeta at Cltl.cn of tier or by urlilng Dr. ti. W. TaiK-. Medical Supt, .- ----4 I flioucqut; frounqry li 'i and (J id, Ca.'tliig" Or J tt "ii'levi. Ovale Bars, Bi-hlt Metal; Columns J i .ri t. f i Bunding. T or on Mininn ama tin Pmiriil" of rni-,-,ii truck HOTELS AND RESORTS For Information concerning any of the places adver tised In this column and for descriptive literature, call at The Ci.izen office or write to the Advertising Manager. Albuquerque Citizen. Albuquerque. N. M. From S. P. depot take Brooklyn Ave. cars; from Salt Lake and Santa Fe depots take First St. cars to Main, then one block north. v n ' ; Lir mrm w'-av.ww., ? rv i,..v . J. OTEItO, Prop. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LCS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW ELEVATORS NEW EIRE. PROOFING Fifty Tcaosaat! Dollars W.etn (if Iiii Cc;vec:erce, tcrr fjrt aad Safety. Headquarters for New Mexico Elee-.rio Cars to md from Railway Dejif. s, also Ueach and Kc.ur.tain Re sorts, stop at our dcor. The HoUenbtck Hotel Cale is More Popular 1 hin Ever line of twlh Summer Goods 7 Solid Comfort Swing Chairs Canvas Chairs Canvas Cots Hammocks and Tents awn Veranda PRICES THE LOWEST Co. west End viaduct and Machine Works -.. and dumber Cars; Shaft- and Ima mommry m ps-oatr Albuquerque, N. U. RtturnlthtiZSHS. E3 Rtmodeled When in' Los Angeles Stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE 168 N. Main St, Los Angeles, Cal. EUROPEAN PLAN 50c UP Reitiurint Connects Special Rates by the Week or Month STONE HOTEL JEMFZ HOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stare line irnm liernalillo U) Jemcz Hoi Sjirin'. in one day. Sia.'e leaves lier nalillo Tuesday .V Saturday TICKtTS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S ..J t NZ W FURNITURE NEW PLUMBING - oveinent8 made this seiisuli for Flayer Were Out for Practice Xlght riiiI Exhibited MI Kind of Talent, About a dozen players congregated at Traction Park yesterday afternoon for the first try-out for positions on the new Albuquerque Urosn'i team and some fast practice work was wit nessed by the few spectators who came out to see the boys play. Mr. Medler was on the field and was very well pleased with the showing made by the players, lie Is fully convinced that Albuquerque will soon have one of the best ball tPaitis that ever repre sented this city. Some good fielders as well as base men and pitchers were discovered among the applicants for positions but they were not permitted to work too hard last evening and will be given a Ittie practice every day until such time as they are fully limbered up. They will Immediately begin practice work for their first game with Helen which takes place at Traction park the 6th of July. As an Inducement for the boys Xo do extra good work with the bat. Leon B. Hertzog offers a fine pair of shoes for the one making the first home run during the coming season and other merchants are also pledging their support to the boys if they will only get together and do some good playing. VAGRANT CARRIED ROCK IN HIS POCKET 111 llen.son for Currying the Weapon t'-niil lie Determined I'ntil the OflU-er Arresting Hint Ap pears In Court. Because Alfred Lopez could not give any plausible reason for having u stone in his pocket yesterday when arrested on the charge of vagrancy the court this morning refused to pass upon his cuse without the testi mony of the ofticer making the ar rest, and Alfred was returned to the Jail this morning to wait until such evidence Is available. The ofticer is a member of the night force. F. A. Garcia, arrested on the charge of leaving his horse untied, appeared In police court this morning accompanied by an attorney and re quested that his case be postponed. H" sail! that he wished to summon witnesses from the country. If. L Patker, drunk and disorderly, was sentenced to work five days on the chain gang. TAUNTED A SOLDIER WITH HANDFUL OF MONEY Mei'luuile Had Money to Horn Yester day nml Even Hud Some I sit lien in IHiliec t'onrt to Answer to Drunken lie Charge. Keeling strangely prosperous with i2.mil) given him by the Santa Ke for an y. .Inhn I'arnett. a mechanic, got drunk yesterday afternoon and created a disturbance In a South Sec ond street rooming house, which re sulted in his arrest and spending the night In the city Jail. This morning In police court Harnett was relieved of $10 of his money by Police- Judge f'raig, but was returned $82, part of j which he did not know he had. ! "You are charged with being drunk land disorderly.' said Judge Craig to I Parnett ns the latter was led from the i cell and seated with a number of I other prisoners, any one of uiiom could not purchase a 5-cent package of tohaceo. "I'm guity." us the answer. The court looked at the report made by the arresting officer. It said that the prisoner had a gold watch and Mi. "Ten dollars or ten days." was the quick decision of the court, as his came across the money Item. "I have about $85 here- some place," said Burnett, apparently will ing to pay his fine. He did not know Just how much there really was com ing to him. One of the many stunts pulb-.l off by Harnett yesterday was that of tickling a $13 a month soldier undpr the chin with B $100 bill. CRYSTAL'S I AST MOVING PICTURE SHOW TONIGHT What is absolutely the last moving picture show that will be given In the house will be given at the Crystal and tomorrow afti-rnoon vaudeville and moving pictures will be the th ng there. The performers have arrived and will surely be ready for business. The farcel. t called "Meet Me in Syracuse," i.y Mr. Harry Sheldon & Co., will be a screamer. The unique novelty character work by Uobzart will be another treat. Two new reels of moving pictures will be shown tomorrow and the whole wi'l be a most acceptable com bination of vaudevM e and moving pictures Tonight "Child Slaves." "The Drunken Wheel" and "The Blue Bon net" are beli g shown tor th last time. DeWltt s Witch Hazel Eale. It Is especially good for p. lea. Be sure to get PeWlp's. fold by J. H. O'Rlelly Co. nml Will llae Mnny Witnesses Children of Valdcs to Tent if y. The preliminary hearing of Kmllt- aim Sandoval, who was arretted here yesterday for the murder of Juan Valdei, will be held before Judge Ab bott next Monday at 10 o'clock at the Bernalillo county court house-. Mr, Sandoval has employed the law firm of Klock A Owen as counsel, and It is understood has a very substantial defense to make, despite newspaper stories published to the contrary The preliminary hearing was set for Monday of next week, to give ample time for the summoning of a large number of witnesses, many of whom will come from the Nasciementlo country, in the western part of the territory. While It has been stated tha. the killing of Valdes was the re sult of political differences, it Is also i said that the charging of the crime against Sandoval also smacks with I politics, not from the point of view taken by the authorities, but from thH source of Information. The two little song of Valdes. who are said to have witnessed the killing, are stopping in this city with relatives and will remain here until after the t'.lal. Sandoval has been advised by his pttorniys to make no statement for i publication, but It Is understood that he said Immediately after his arrest that he knew nothing of the crime until he was told of It the day follow ing the killing. THREE SMALL FIRES KEEP FIREMEN BUSY None or the IUhacs Were Serious and All Were Extinguished EuHtly. The fire department was kept busy yesterday. Three tires were recorded, none of which, however, amounted to anything. Late last evening the Santa Fe Are department was. railed out to cx.lnguish a small blaze originating :n a coal car. The fireistarted near Abiij.i and the car was brought to the local yards while still burning by a switch engine. Yesterday afternoon a blaze in the yards of the- Heaven coal company called the fire orces out and :he fire, which consisted of some fine shavings supposed to have been Ignit ed by a spark of a passing engine, was speedily extinguished by the use of chemicals. The department also made a hurried run to the residence of L. T. Delaney, manager of the Western I'liion Telegraph Co., at 502 Keleher street. The fence on one side of the house had caught-Are. presum ably through the carelessness of some passer-by who Is supposed to have thrown a match near the fence. Luck ily plenty of water was handy and painters working on the Delaney resi dence formed a bucket brigade and the fire was extinguished before the department arrived. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL ARGUES FOR PEACE It i the (.rentest ( onyirss Kver 'smi eued, i'liniidiiiii I 'a si or Tells Convention. Louisville, Ky., June 24. Itev. Itoh eri Johnson, pastor the American Presbyterian church of Montreal, In an address to the I iiternatinna! sun dry school convention last night on "The Sabbath School In Relation to National Ideals," iaid: "The Sabbath school rightly appre ciated is the mightiest peace congress ever convened. Sient'y but surely It is build ng the one true temple of peace in which the nations shall yet gather to hang upon Its walls the war trumpet and the sword. So to build, in teaching that true greatness for a nation, as for an Individual, Is In ser vice not in conquest, In service of the strong for the weak, of the free for the oppressed, Is the high privilege of tha Sabbath school today, and how better, and where better, can the cause of Him who is the Prince of Peace be served? How more truly can tie advanced that kingdom whose scepter Is love-, and whose throne Is sacrifice?" . Bishop William M. Bell, of Berkley, Canf., speaking on "The Bible School I and the Pastor," said: I "Anything like a general atheism is not a possibility In the present state of development. The- awakening of a commanding Interest In, and use of, the Bible, is a matter of strategic lm .jortaiice In this generation. Effort al this point Is a direct contribution to the speedy evangelization of the world. As to moraity and character, every :fe must begin at the begin ning. Our essential need ia redemp tion. In the last analysis the author ity of Christ Is the authority of. com-pb-te human salvation. Christ is the only solution of in, character and destiny. It is emln-nt y fitting that the whole Christian world unite In the movement for placing this book of the great message on the brain and heart of the present and coming gen erations." Til KKE'S A HEASON FOU IT. $11.50 cash or $15. 0 on Installment for one of the new Mylish suits. The well-known David Marks Custom Made Clothing, sold everywhere from $18 tn $30. This Is your opportunity 'o get a suit for $ 12 50 cash or for $1.00 weekly. Come and see them E. Maharam. E1C We.-t Central For the bewt work on stilrt waist patronize Ilubba Laundry Co. He I Ins Itetalncd Conner I Itcnldcnts Around Lead Avenue and Third street Have to Dodge Tliom. For months past people living In the vicinity of Lead avenue and South Third street have been annoyed by myriads of bats, which make their appearance in the air Just t sundown but not until last evening was It dis covered thai the little winged animals had their rendesvous In the cornice work of the west porch of the First Methodist church. Yesterday evening between 7 and 8 o'clock a man walking west on Lead avenue was startled by cloud of bats which swept out from the west side of the church. It Is needless to say that the man dodged. A mo ment later another swarm swept past and then a third. An Investigation proved that the bats were coming from between the cornice and the stone wall cf the church and they came out In bunches. Several hun dred came through the crevice within a few minutes. Several other buildings In the same neighborhood are said to be Infested by bats, and while they do no particu lar damage they are a great annoy ance. They have crept In between the nulls of one residence and can be heard there at all hours of the day. The number has been growing lately and some fear is felt that they may become a pest. MORE IMPROVEMENTS FOR THE UNIVERSITY Substantial Additions Will lie Made With I'und As llc-ailt of Attor ney (jieiierul'd Killing. According to an opinion of the at torney general of New Mexico, the regents of the University of New Mexico can use none of the $30,000 to be raised by the bond issue, sanc tioned by the last legislature and re cently vallduted by the Congress of the United States, In the payment of debts of the Institution, The money must be used In making permanent Improvements. The bond issue referred to was or dered by a bill p.issed at the last New Mexico legislature. The amount of bonds to. bo Issued is $125,000 to be divided among the various education al Institutions of the territory. The University's sbare is $.10,000. At the time It became a certainty that the money would be forthcoming, the regents of the Institution borrow ed $15.0110 believing that it could be paid back when the bonds were sold. Laboring under this impression the regents had to turn down bids for Im provements because It wis feared that there would not be sufficient money tc pay the bills. The first specifica tions were withdrawn and the con tractors were asked to bid upon cheaper buildings. These Improve ments are now In course of construc tion. After the contracts had been made the opinion of the attorney gen eral was sought as to whether the hoard could lawfully use any of the money raised by the sale of bonds In the payment of debts. The opinion of the attorney general Is to the effect that all the money raised by the bond Issue must be used In permanent Im provements. Acting on this ndvien the reeent". I is believed, will cT-ry otr many t their original plans in the making of Improvements. WAITEK BLAMES WEATHEll EOII LACK OK HUi TIPS Now that the electric fans have been put in niot'on and men have stored their overcoats with the usual moth balls, and donned their straw bonnets, the waiters In the restaur ants are beginning to note the change, or rather the shortness of change, In their pockctbooks. As a reason for this "stringency In the money mar ket.' B waiter In a well known cafe lays all the blame on the temporarily forsaken overcoat, "The good old winter time Is the time with us for tips," he says. "That's the time when the. swell comes in with his overcoat on. Of course we are always 'Johnny on tha spot' when the time comes to help him on or off with It, before or after he has eaten a hearty meal, and a good healthy tip can usually be looked for. But the summer season Is h'-re and with It has come the straw hat and skeleton coat and the ordi nary patron of our restaurant thinks that It is hardly necessary to give us anything. As a whole, our tips amount to twice ai much during the winter season as In the summer, the Increase caused only by the overcoat. This Is not a new condition of affairs. I have noticed this for several years and 'for a cold wave' Is our constant prayer. So far the only cold wave that has struck our cafe In the last two or more months comes from our electric fans which are constantly In motion. Hen's your straw hat. si-: come In aaain." TOO L.VI K TO CLASSIFY. WANTKD Position In c'ty by expcrl i m ,1 stenographer. P. O. box IDS. NOTICK. All persons are hereby forbidden to haul dirt from that tract f.f land known as th- Crosson and Kennedy addition to the rlty of Albuquerque, under penalty of the law. bernahd s rooky. William Mcintosh. Owners. MHiioVS Jtrtt-FT FAIIM IUH ITKE ICE CHE-vH. Delightfully rustic In appearances artistic In design, balls for strength and durability, It meets every requirement of aa Ideal porch furniture. Hickory Urn Irs from $2.00 upwards. COME AND ALBERT FABER l?g I. H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Late.t things in Knamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 CLAIRVOYAN DeWttt T. Courtney The most eminent, u ecu rate and reliable Trance Clairvoyant In the world has permanently located In your city, and If you are In doubt or trouble call mid sec lent. He gives advice upon all affairs of life love. Law, Marrln-te. Divorce. .Mining, Heal Estate and change of all kinds. One vl-lt will convince you of the powers of this wonderful man, anil that you cuu obtain happiness, contentment and success through following his advice. :10S ij Central Avenue. Itooms 5 and B. Hours, 9-:in to S. Peerless Iceland Freezer "Makes the best grade of Ice Cream 1 in the least amount of time." SIZES FROM 1 QUART TO 12 QUARTS REFRIGERATORS Ice Tongs, Ice Picks, Ice Chisels, Refrigerator Pans, Lemon Squeez ers, Ice Cream Dishers, etc., etc. R A ABE & M AUGER 115-1 17 N. FIRST ST. Itio Grande Valley Ijiiid 'o. JOHN BORRADAILE Kcal Estate and InveeMiiciits Collect Itrnta of City Itealty Offlce, 0nier Third and Oold Ave. I'lione 515 Albuquerque, X. M NOTICE. Notice U liereby given that a meeting- of the stockholders of The Albu querque Kaotem Ilallwajr Conitany, on August luth, 1908, at two o'clock p. m., at the ceneral office of the company In the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, has been called by the Board of Directors, for the purpose of taking Into consid eration an agreement f cajL'ftlo and merger t mu iw Hallway Coni,,., v a. que Eastern Ri !, 'ompany, and taking a vote. t,y bi. . i. i r the adop tion or rej, :tton of the -j-ne, and for the t-uiisu. tlon of any oth.-i busl ner t ui may be brought h, f,,;,- the m- tut W. K. H At I AN, Secretary. FOU SAI.i: CHIMP. Two book cases, one Manogany Betee, two heating stove.-., one music and. Must be o:d at once. Lutheran Parsonage. Comer S xth and Silver. No furniture is in more perfect harmony with what a porch should be than "Old Hickory" SEE OUR LINE 401 West Central Ave. Phone No.' 74. Goods Delivered CHOvrAtcmc momcmcmomomomcAtcm Colombo Theatre 4I OltTII SEOOXD 8T. Phone 471. WILL D. HOWARD. Bariline WASNER & LAWRENCE In "Tho Private Secretary iood Utile Cabin Boy Witches' Secret Students' Joke Why the Actor Was Ite Up-To-Oate Moving Pictures and illustrated Songs. 8 CHANGES A WEEK I Sunday, Tuesday, Friday. Adinitwlon 10c. Matinee Wed nesday, Saturday and Sunday . Children, Saturday, 5c OOOSX0XOSX0C0OJQ The rapid Increase Tn our tiaafaai Is due to good work and fair treat- mem of our patrons. Hubb Laundrs Co.