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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. nam m RULES ARRANGED FOR SATURDAY'S GAME L POUCH IHIfFIg MAY 8E IN TFRRITORY FALSE FIRE ALARM NEARLY KILLS 'Mid -Summer, Is Here Porch Furniture Futrellc Furniture REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Life Insurance Co. Of New Mexico and Arizona It is a home industry. It keeps the money at home and makes it available to pro mote local enterprises. It wrote more business the first year than was expected. It has paid all of its obligations. It is an Old Line Legal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies established by the Laws of New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. I Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Workt X f. f. MAt-L. Proprietor Iron arid Bras Casting; Ore, Coal and Lumber Car; Shaft- Ingt. Pulley, tirade Bars, Bxnbli Metal; Column and Jroa T Fronts for Building. Wops'- on tn)nn mna mm Mmohlnory m Bpmotmlty Fn.jn.).. ' .ri nf railroad track Albuquerque, N. at. THE Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Luntisf. Glass, Gement and Hex Flintkote Rooting First an Marqutr HOTELS AND RESORTS For information concerning any of the- places adver ted in this column and for descriptive literature, call at The CiUzen office or write to the Advertising Manager, Albuquerque Citizen. Albuquerque, N. M. AX IDEAL SHIMKIt .M HEALTH HESOHT. Ctiffdcne-on-the-Pecos Lnci.tert unions pine-clad hills 4n the Pecos river, 2H miles from Rowe fitutmii cm the main line of the A. T. & S. F. Good hunting and fishing makes this the most delightful resort in Xew Mexico. We meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. In-;ie coming on days not stated kindly write me. Kates $1.50 per day. JS.Oij per week. Meals 50;. Transportation from station 11. oil. .Mrs. H. K. HerKjniuin. Howe, N. M. From S. P. depot take Brooklyn Ave. cars; from Salt Lake and Santa Fe depota take First St. car to Main, then one block north. .i'' - r v n 3 - v r t VMwrf-m -- frj. A. J. OTERO, Prop. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES TWO NEW tLZV TORS NW FlRZ'PROOriNO Fifty Thcutacd Dciiarg Wo:t'i of 1-iiptiiveinenig made this season for Ccnver.e: ce, Cti-fort a:id Kafety. Haadquarters for New Mexico Elec:rie Car to and from Railway Dejiots, also Beach and McuLtain Ile orts, stop at our dcor. Tb HolUnbtck Hottl Cai U More Popular Than Ever and wei have the hot line of SummerjGoods Solid Comfort Swing Chairs Canvas Chairs Canvas Cots Hammocks and Tents Veranda PRICES THE LOWEST Co. west End viaduct J. H. O'Rielly, Scc'y and Gtn Mgr. 1 Mbttqcierqoe, New Mexico Rifurnlsbto Riiavdeled When in' Los Angeles Stop at the U. S. HOTEL JOHN C. ALTHOUSE 168 N. Main St, Los Angeles, Cal. ElKOPEAN PUN 38c IP Restaurant Cennected Special Rates by the Week ar Meath STONE HOTEL JEMf Z HOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stae line from lleiniilillo to Jemt-x Hot Siiiiij.'S it) one (lay. Siaj.'f leaves ller nalillo Tue-wliiy A Hutiirduv TICKETS SOLD AT W. I. TRIMBLE'S so Z. Lit John S. Mitchell NtW FURNITURE NEW PLUMBING NriiiKtnit Itcfrulattotts Will Govern lonie-t Between the Pent tuid Microbe. In a game which promises plenty of ginger and excitement, the Microbe, a baseball team composed of the pill peddlers of this city, and the Village Pests, some of the fraternity whose business it is to vend security against life and death, will meet on the field of battle at Traction park Saturday afternoon, at which time the popula' tlon of the city will be treated to an exhibition of baseball. It promlres to be second only to the game recently played between the doctors and the lawyer. Captain J. H. O'lUelly of the Pests was seen In one of the local stationery tores this morning purchasing 24 copies of "ltules and Regulations for the Uame of baseball," and these w ill be distributed among the insurance players, which no doubt will give them the upper hand over the doc tors. That Is, If they can read. The pill rollers, however, do not seem to mind the preparations that are being made by their opponents, and seem confident of victory. In the coming game the Pests will be fully prepared to write up dead ones, of which there are expevted to be many, on the twenty-year endow ment plan. The living will be taken care of by the umpire. Already there is trouble in the camp of the Village1 Pests. The tiou'olo arc yesterday afternoon when a new glove was pur chased which was immediately donned by C. W. Orauner, of the Mu tual Benefit Insurance Co., who now accuses Bomcone of greasing the mit ten. Yesterday afternoon in a prac tice game Grainier was told to stand out by second bade and let the ball strike the glove so as to see that It was in good working order. Wishing to make good his position he did so, but missed Ins calculations, and alter sliding past the mitten, which he held aloft in the air, the ball alighted with quite a little force on the right optic of (J ran Her. This necessitated the immediate services of one of the pill rollers, who was forced to take three stitchefi. Today Is being spent by the Insurance ugciit in trying to find the greaser who greased the glove. Another recruit haa Just registered, oeing no other than that famous twiner, J. Porter Jones, who conies with a record t nobody knowing for what;, lie will make a very valuable addition to the game, as Porter abil ity as a ball player is recognized all the way from bsh la to ban Domingo, he being known us a good Indian in both places. At a meeting of the two conflicting teams last evening at police head quarters It was decided that ill order to avoid any misunderstandings, it would bo a good plan to adopt a set of rules and regulations for the game and after much wrangling the follow ing were drawn up and ordered spread broadcast amongst the mem bers of both aides: Rule 1. .No shop talk will be per mitted dur.ng the game and a fine of 12 cents w ill be Imposed for the first offense and 15 cents for the sec ond. Kulc 2. pire will Arguments with the um be limited to li minutes each. Kule 3. No concealed weapon will be permitted to be curried cxiept by the umpire, who uill be provided with an accident policy donated by the Pests. Rule 4. No home runs will be al lowed to be made on either team and all efforts to prevent same will bo made. Kule .'i. Anyone caught greasing the gloves or balls will be given 9! years at hard labor for the filM of fense and 1U years more for the sec ond. Kule fi. No red lemonade will be allowed on the grounds w hiie the game Is in progress, but thoso hav ing lemon to present to players will kindly leave them at the box office with name plainly written on same, which will be delivered at the slight est provocation during the game. (Signed) VILLAOU PKSTS. MK'liMKfcS. These rules have been carefully compiled -and will be Urietly enforced by the local fire department, which will be on the grounds to see that order Is maintained. Walter It. Kichey, Melville Sum mers. John J. K.inkln, pete Met 'anna, Herbert Kankin, J. H. D'Keiiy, Thomas Seward, A. Flei.-cher. li. S. Parker. M. L. Schutt, F. B. Sehwent ker, Lawrence Lee, H. A. .Slcyster, L. W. Claliea, D. C. Lab be, C. W. Oran ner, George Brewer, Otto Dleekmann, V. P. Metcalf, W. W. McDonald, K. H. Kent and W. J. Hurkett. it is from this list of players that the pests intend making their election for the final game, and those who are not on the immediate team will be kept ii the hem h in ease of trouble ar.s Ing with the umpire. MUSICAL PROGRAM AT LOOGE MEETING QuarU't and Soloist Will Kiilertalu Members of Ma-nmle Ihaly 1 his livening. A social hour will follow the regu lar meu.iug of Temple Lodge, A. F. & A. M. tonight. The entertainers will be the Temple quartet, composed of Mat-Donald, McCuJurn, Bullurd and Maynard, assisted by Mrs. D. D. Mae Donald. Kefrcshmentd will be served. Tho musical program follows: Quartet Doan Yo Cry Ma Honey Arranged by F. J. Smith I'.ai itone Solo "Urave is The Man" liisehoff Tenor Solo "The Horn of Plenty,. Hrignoli' Knciir: Souk D. D. MacDoiia! I. First Tenor. Has Solo: "Asleep In the Deep".. H. W. Petrle T. Y. Maynard. Second Baas. Quartet "The Soft Evening Breeze" For ttie bewt work on fitilrt waist patronize liublx I-aundry Co. Kevret Service Aajut Have llcn Here In JScwroh for Negro Who (it $50,000 t Kn" tit. The postal authorities nnj secret service agents of the government be lieve that the negro who stole the mall sack at Kansas City last week, securing over $50,000, Is In hiding In New Mexico. He was traced from Kansas City to Denver and it Is known that he was there ten days ago. Then all trace of him was lost. The negro's old haunts in Denver, where he waa arrested on a previous occasion, have been watched without desired results. On losing all clue to him, the secret service agent were scattered in every direction from Denver. Some were sent here. The finding of the rilled sack In the Ar niourdale yards strengthened the theory of the authorities that the negro committed the theft, and the search has been continued with re newed energy. Several secret service men have been In Albuoueroue within the past few days and the tenderloin districts have been thoroughly search, ed. The reward for the negro's ar rest has been Increased to IS. 000. 1. cal authorities are keeping a lookout , for the man. VAUDEVILLE At CRYSTAL I Vaudeville starts In nt the Crystal tonight upon the best footing it has yet started here. The booking ar rangements are now so complete that i he house knows Its shows fully a month ahead and there Is no danger of an act being held over for a second i weea or of acts being delayed and the opening shows put off. Everything Is In prime condition for vaudeville here and the management believes that everybody Is In prime condition for It Appearing tonight and for the week which ends next Wednesday evening are two very fine acta. The Great Kobzart, novel character artist, and Harry Sheldon and company In the humorous skit. Meet Me In Syracuse. Mr. Sheldon Is a recruit from the Keith forces and the Klaw and Or langer advanced vaudeville Idea. This act will attract all the fastidi ous theatergoers, once It has been seen and will long be remembered here. Mr. Robzart's work Is novel, curious and artistic. Two reels of the best moving pic tures will be shown. Including a couple of exceedingly funny ones, and Joe Seotti will offer new picture bal lads. Twenty cents will be the main price of admission the thirty cent prices of last season being done away with and the back portion of the house will be ten cents. Vaudeville acts will change every Thursday and movlntr pictures every Monday and Thursday. i SANTA FE GRAYS HERE SUNDAY What promises to be a good game of ball Is scheduled for Sunday after noon at Traction park when the Ba lelas Grays will meet the Santa Fe Grays for the third time this season. The team will be strengthened at every point where better men can he had to nil the places, and the Grays are contldent of winning the last game of ihe three against the husky team from the Ancient City. The Gray gave a very good ac count of themselves last Sunday when they beat a picked team two to one ami chances for a good exhibition next Sunday are promising. It Is ex pected a large crowd of fans will ac company the team from Santa Fe. It is hoped an equally large bunch of local rooters will be present. The Grays will go to Santa Fe July 4 4 for two games, one On the after noon of the Fourth and one on Sun day. Plans are being made for a name ai I.as Vegas on the following Sunday. masaa There is never a question as to the absolute purity and health fulness oi food raised with LI ! r- m kill A pure, cream of tartar powder Its fame is world wide No alum; no phospliatc oi lime The poisonous nature of alum is so uell known that the sale of condiments and whiskey con t.zinir.g it is prohibited by law. In x:ying baking powder examine the and t?.kc only a brand shown lo be niacin rlth cream of tartar. IrrawponMlble or Vicious Person Sum moned lepnniiirtit to Old Itwn On I'selcss Trip. Many false fire alarms have been turned In of late but the one of this morning, when the department horses were forced to make a run to the Spanish Mission church In old town, came very nearly ending disastrously to the animals. Luckily the run was made In the morning when the eun's rays were not yet at their height. As U was the horses were nearer dead thnv. All... . L. . I. .if ..lll.h.l g iuau mi'vv mien mt riwi,iu . " tneir Darn and ootn naa to do strenu ously rubbed down by the firemen. Both are still In a very precarious Condition. The cause for all this disturbance wag an overheated stove which was In the house of a native living In the immediate vicinity of the Spanish M. E. church upon which the lady threw a bucket full of water, causing a largp quantity of smoke to arise. Paasersby seeing the smoke thought the church was one tire and the alarm was turned In, which almost caused the death of the fire horses. No dam age was done and the department re. turned to their quarters thoroughly disgusted. THE CLOCK STOPPED; WHO IS TO BLAME? Affairs of Many Itanllics DIsnrrniiRtxl Through tlio failure of llie City' Time lMcee lo Hun Wllliout Winding. The official winder of the city clock has failed to do his duty, and many very rude things have been said about null aiiu tuts viuck, amw " . of the big time piece exhausted itself J yesterday an nour oeiure noon anu several newly married men living In the Highlands were late to their lunch. The domestic felicity of sever al well regulated families has been badly shaken and several stenograph, ers were late to work. This 1 what happened yesterday at noon but what happened last night Ls being suppress, ed. Several young men promised to stay not later than 11 by the town clock. The hands were still standing at 11 this morning when the first gray streaks of dawn came stealing over the mountains. Several mothers scolded but all the blame was laid on the clock. Several Irate fathers came down town this morning to ascertain whose business It was to keep that clock running and running right. The Identity of the ofllcial clock winder has not been discovered yet and the clock ls still Idle. "Whut's the use having a clock, If It Is not kept running." said a resident of the Highlands, who Is used to the vigorous clang of the hoar bell. "Hay nolds gave the city the building and Kaynolds gave the city the clock. It looks to me like the city or aid afford to keep It wound. 1 have enough trouble with my wif- without being late to my meals ar.i having her scold about It Just because that city clock is not running. We never hud any trouble with the clock when the Re publicans were In charge of the city government. Ju.t because the sewer la going to cost all the kid engineers said It would 1 no reason why the city clock should not be wound. A dead clock won't keep time." ALBUQUERQUE BAND GOES TO BELEN Will Play for July 4 at Cut-off Town Hand Will lie Out Tonight. The Grady band will go to Helen to play there during the July 4 cele bratlon, arrangements hnvlng beei perfected today. The bund will laki a number of musicians and expects ti mnke the hit it usually make. Tho 'nan, I will rilnv toniirht when Delegate Andrews arrives and will be on hand rlnrlne the reception. A con cert will probably be played Sunday evening. F3 att POWDER t Si ptS q cj n EQDO Pa IH-ligliifiilly rustic In appearance, artistic In drMgn, built for strength and durability. It meet every requirement of M Ideal porch furniture. Hickory Cralr from $2.00 upwards. COME AND ALBERT FABER f?0 L . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Knamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 CLAIRVOYAN i DeWitt T. Courtney Tlie most eminent, accurate and reliable Trance Clairvoyant In the world lias porniunrntly located In your city, and if you are In doubt or trouble call and see litm. He (rives advice upon all affairs of stfe love, law, Marrliige. Divorce, Mining. Ileal K-flate and change of all kinds. One visit will convince you of the powers of tlds wonderful' man, and that yon can obtain happiness, contentment and auocesa through following his advice. 80S Central Avenue. Kooma 5 and B. Hours, 9-.30 to 5. -- 11 1 - - Peerless Iceland Freezer "Makes the best grade of Ice Cream 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 U5-U7 N. FIRT ST. NOTICE.' Notice Is Iiereby given that a meet In; of the stockholder of The Albu querque 10a stern Hallway Company, on August 10th, 1908, at two o'clock p. m., at the general office of the company In the city of Albuquerque, New Mexico, ha been called by the Board of Director, for the purpose of taking Into consid eration an agreement f canML'taUoa and merger fit Ii luu C Bl Railway Coihtwj uv ..... que Eastern Railway Company, and taking a vote, by ballot, for the adop tion or rejection of the same, and for the transaction of any other busi ness that may be brought before the meeting. W. B. HAQAN, Secretary. Harsh physics react, weaken the liuwels, cause chronlo constltpatlon, Ooan' Regulets operate easily, tone the stomach, cure constipation. 25c. .k your druggist for them. IXJIl SALE CHEAP. Two book cases, one Mahogany setee, two heating stoves, one mu.lc B:and. Must be sold at once. Lutheran Parsonage, Corner S xth anj Silver. STAGE TO '.. LEAVES 211 WEST GOLD I VMIt.MNG AT O'CLOCK. DeWtt'j Wit h U u.y. It Is esper illy a;..d f.ir pies. Ce sm- to Bet HeWlf's. Sold by J. H. o'Rleliy Co. Coo! rnn shoes f..r men and women, neat 1ioklng. splendid fitting and wtll 'niin, Prices $1 60 and j.iiu. t;. May nnoe attire. 3' 4 West Central avenue. No furniture is in more perfect harmony with what a . porch should be than "Old Hickory" SEE OUR LINE GAS AND STEAMFITTING i 401 West Central Ave Phone I No. 74. Goods Delivered Oooji momcyrmnmcmc mrmrm Colombo Theatre 416 SOUTH SECOND OT. I'hone 471. WILL 0. HOWARD. Baritone WAGNER & LAWRENCE Id "MELLOW ORAVMER" Uood Utile Cabin Hoy Witches' Secret Students' Joke Why tho Actor Was Late Up-To Data Moving Pictures and Illustrated Songs. S CHANGtS A WEEK t Sunday, Tueoday, Friday. Adiuishlon 10c. Mutlnee Wed ncMluy, Saturday and Sunday. Children, Saturday, 6c Klo GrsiKle Vulley land Do. JOHN BORRADAILE lieu! Estate and InveMinent iilleeel Henls of City Healty orriit. Corner Third anil Gold Are. t'lione Hi . Albuquerque, N. M 'IS jo rapid Increase ta our liasla sj I due to good work and fair treat ment of our patrons. Hubb Laundry Co.