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ALBTJQUEKQCE rJTIZEN. FniDAY, Jt'N'E 2,' IBOH. 'A mi an stt mm m&iz. LIE !. It These are certainly bargain days at our store, judging from the way we have been selling goods the past ten days. The people of Albuquerque un doubtedly know bargains when they see them. Cut Prices is the slogan, and the store that offers REAL bargains does the business; that was proven by the crowds of customers we have had every day since our Big Removal Sale started, and everyone went home satisfied and well pleased with the bargains they got. If there is anyone in Albuquerque who has not visited our store since this sale started, they have missed one of the greatest bargain events ever held in the town. We have maoe a success of this sale by selling genuine bargains, and in spite of the general hard times are doing more business than ever before. We will begin moving the latter part of next month aad must dispose of all of our stock possible by that time. In this advertisement we merely give you an idea of some of the extraordinary values we offer. They are not the only ones. We have lots of others, and you can save from 40 to 50 per cent on all you purchase. Don't fail to visit our BARGAIN ROOM wnich is full of extraordinary bargains, consisting of remnants of laces, embroideries, dress trimmings and articles of all kinds, which we have only a few of, aad must clo3e them out during thi.4 GREAT REMOVAL SALE. 204 W. Cold Ave. BM TRmmT 205 S. Second St Onp lot of Men's Fine Soft Fur Hats In assorted shades and colors, qq from our regular $1.75 and $2.00 line, to close, each JOC Extra quality and large Palm Leaf Fans, each 3 Boys' Waists In Blue, Wine, Black and Grays, worth 35c, each 15 Extra Bargains In Granitenare. Cups, 8c; Sauce Pans, 12c, 13c and 14c each; Lipped Preserving KetUes, 13c ami 14c each; Wawh Basins, 14c and 15c each; 2 quart Covered Buckets, 12 c each; 1 quart Covered Buckets, 10c each; 2 quart Stew Pans. 13c each; three quart Round Bake Pans, with handles, 14c each; 4 quart Pudding Pans. 13c each. We must close out our Granitenare and thexe prices are less . han half. Just received from New York a fine ns.ortment of New Style Veil Pins. Collar Supporters and Collar or Rib lion Pins, all marked down to Re moval Sale Price., from 10c to 50c , One l"t of Ladies' Black, Rib Top, Hose. A special leader, the pair. . . . A mixed lot of Men's Dress and Work Gloves, some sold for a dol- QQ lar. Big bargain, while they last, the pair . 0C Diting Stamps, good until 1914, each 50c Bottle of Liquid Veneer, worth a dollar, while they last, the QQ bottle ,..C One lot of good Heavy Glass Tumblers, to close 2 for 5 Ladle' Black Lace Hose, good quality and very pretty designs. Re- Q moval Sale Price, the pair A Don't fall to visit our BARGAIN" ROOM, where we have the odds and ends of the regular stock, and where you will get A Dollar Value for 15c or 20c Just received a shipment of ladies' Ready-to-Wear t and Plain Sailor Hats that will be sold at REMOVAL SALE PRICES Infants' White Lawn Embroidered Caps, Big Bargains Each, 9c, 19c, 48c and Up Children's Fine Ribbed Tan Hose, any size from No. 5 to No. 9!4, the pair 13c Ladies' Mercerized Lisle Thread Vests, these goods are equal to any 50c Vest on the market. They go during this Removal Sale at the sacrificing price of each Ladles' White Lace and Embroidery Trimmed Handkerchiefs, worth f .2'oc, All neat patterns, one of the biggest bargains ever offered, each.. SC One lot of Glass Syrup Pitcher regular 25c kind, to close, each. 130 All of .'our Tinware, Granite ware and Glassware must be closed out during this sale. White Table Damask, 58 Inches wide, regular 50c good4, during )Q this Removal Sale, the yard sCOC Carpenters' Aprons, nvade of heavy brown canvas, four leather Of stayed pockets. Big Value, each mwC Ladies' Round Aprons, fine white Lawn with 2 Inch hemstitch- Of ed ruffle, and hemstitched pockets. Removal Sale Price, each mOC Men's President Suspenders. The Suspender that Is worn more nn than any other kind made. Removal Sale Price, the pair OJC Ladies' White Wash Belts, assorted patterns. Removal Sale Price, fv Each 17 C Boys' Two Piece Wash Suits, pink and blue stripe, big values, the Af suit 4UC I'nbleached Celling Muslin, one yard wide, the yard 5 tl SHERMAN $ DOMESTIC WOMAN STie Finds Time to Advise Her Husband. Though, and He Kelles on Her Judgment of Men. By KUutbeth II. Gregory. Ctlca.N. Y June 26. It was Just : 8 o'clock In the morning when l called at 41J Genesee, the brown j alone residence of Hon. Jamea School-; craft Sherman, vice presidential nom-. Inee of the Republican party. I had my doubts of being admitted at this! hour, but on the contrary 1 received j the heartiest welcome. The maid ushered me Into a big, j sunny library, filled with all orU of Indian curios and interesting bric-a-j Jtrac. In a few minutes I was greeted Xy Mra. L. B. Moore, a sister of Mrs. Sherman, w ho explained that ahe was the "official prusi agent" for the Sherman family. Mrs. Sherman regrets that she cannot see you," smilingly explained Mrs. Moore, "but ehe has been ill for the past nine weeks, and the strain would be too much. Of course, Mr. Sherman's nomination U a great sur prise to us all, but since It had hap pened we are delighted. "We realize what a big thing it means for I'tica, and e have been touched by the sp.endid demonstra tion on the rt of the city. But then, both Mr. and Mrs. Sherman r born in ft ca. and it Is but natural that a certain pride should be felt. "Here Is the telegram Mrs. Sher man received," he said, as she hand ed me the following message; "Nominated; fine; nothing better except the love of family." "These words are characteristic of the man," she continued. "While Mr. Sherman has been deeply Interested in public affairs, he has never let out ride Interests interfere with hi' home life. "The only reur. t that Mr. Sher man has ever had that Mr. Sherman h'.u'd have adopted a public career is that It takes him from his home a gnat part of the time. "Mrs. Sherman Is thoroughly do mestic In her tastes und enjoys the privacy of her home. She has never cared for the gay social life at the capital, and although ahe haa spent several seasons there, she is little known in social circles. She has al way been keenly interested In her husband's career, and he has learned to rely upon her Judgment of men. She Is a shrewd student of human nature, and Is rarely mistaken in lier estimation of a person. "She is modest to an extreme, and abhors being in the limelight. She is satisfied that her husband should shine. Her husband, her three sons and her two grandchildren are the absorbing Interest of her life. "She U independent in her political views and does not always side with Mr. Sherman; she believes in the man rather than party politics. "Mr. and Mrs. Sherman, who have j known each other from childhood, are ) the greatest chums, and find much pleasure in an exchange of opinions, j "Mr. Sherman's only recreation is I golf. He is an enthusiastic playc-r I und has made some fine scores. The youngest son, Thomas Moore, is a crack player and has captured med als and cups without number. "The oldest son, sjher'ill, Is en ! gaged In the banking business withi i his father and tha second son, Rich ard fpdyke, Is professor of mathe matics in Hamilton college, from which the father and three sons were graduated." The Sherman household shelters four generations: Mrs. Ellen Sherrlll Hancock, mother of Mrs. Sherman; Mrs. Sherman herself, the son Rich ard fpdyke, and his B-months-old daughter. Ellen Margaret, the J-year-old lit tle daughter of Sherrlll, the oldest son is th pet and pride of her grand father. She Is the only person who rub s him absolutely. She lives just across the street. "M.iy I Just see Mrs. Sherman for a minute?'' I pleaded, as I arose to leave. In an attractive bedroom on the second floor I was granted this priv ilege. Mrs. Sherman is essentially a wom an. She has a kindly face one that reflects sincerity and deep feeling. Her pretty brown hair, which is streaked with gray, is worn in simple fashion. She is the type of womun who will always dress rationally and not be made a victim to fashion's w hhns. "I am delighted with my husband's nomination," she said, "although 1 did not anticipate It. I urn sure w hat ever Influence he has ever had in politics has teen for the good of all. and 1 think that it was in apprecia tion of this that he has been so hon ored." During the pat winter Congress man ami Mrs. Sherman maintained apartments at the New Wlllard hotel In Washington, where they entertain ed more or less. The principal social function given by them was a dinner party of til covers in honor of Miss Cannon, daughter of the sp.-aker. Mrs. Sherman is suffering from a nervous breakdown. MAJOR LEAGUE Hammocks, 11.50 to 15.00. 69c for a $2 framed picture with a 12 purchase. 2-hole gasoline stoves, $3. A fine assortment of Oranltewar In white, blue and gray price . low as the lowest. Refrigerators, $9.00 and up. FUTKEIXE FURNITURE CO., West End Viaduct. When you need to take something take It promptly for the stomach, but take something you know is reliable something like Kodol for Dyspepsia and Indigestion. Kodol ts pleasant to take. It is reliable and is guaranteed to give relief. It la sold by J. H. O'Rielly Company. BASEBALL SCORES HOW TIIKY STAND. American Ieayuo. CluUs Won. Lost. PC. St. Louis 36 24 .600 Chicago 35 25 .583 Cleveland 34 25 .576 Detroit 32 27 .542 Philadelphia 27 31 .466 New York 2T 33 .431 Boston 27 35 .435 Washington 21 37 .362 Clulw- Nutionul lKifiie. Won. Lost. Chicago 34 21 1'lttsburg 37 24 New York 33 26 Cincinnati 31 27 Philadelphia 2 2H Boston 27 35 St. Louis 23 36 Brooklyn 22 36 MS1SJI TT iRKMn serious FA!H?E ACHING BL0 ' DIORDEP. Mven in i.s eaily stages Catarrh is a'.::i..-,t intolerable, caused by 'ie Ktnfl'y foci. ni in the no.se, the buzzing inn-.es in the ears, the contin":il liawkiiij a;il Sj.iuitv.; " dkTicult breathing, tic. Hut when the b' ! becomes tiurui:-'l,ly polluted from the catarrhal muUrr. the influminu ion ext'.ii'ls to liic bronchial tui-s, causing boat scnis ... j.M often an apjjravatiu.; con ;h ; tno i.t.iinach is alK-rlcd, resulting in dyste. i. lo of appetite and strength. " id '.;t .f inally all tiie mucous metr.hrr.Mes ? Oe body become dis eased and tii" swii ni upset and deranged. l-'n ; ni-ii 1 1 y the kidneys and b'.:idd-r arr :ilt, Ued, and the constant passa je of trip-ire blood through the linn's, dise.''os these important members, ari l Cai.'ifh terminates in Con sri!Mliov,. O.-.tai i i; is a dtep-n nted blood d;- a , ,nit wist be treated ceil MilnV.i. -Lilly. I ,r it i., beyond the reach of b. ,il treatment. S. S. S. cures C tt.tri '" V.-ising the blood of all the impure ratal 1 1; d in itter and at the a:ne time budding u,J the entire svstein. It goes down ami attacks the disease at it.- lie.nl, in t.e en dilation, -smi removes rveiy tr ice of ti e impurity that causing the trouble. Then as rich, pure blood citculnt'-s 1hr -i Vi the bodv, the li ft1. lined lileintn : ;ii-s e. . r. r.'evi e t heal, le imu ous disch.iri - :;' ! -. ;s and r C.-ase, aridull the ni- ..... i- ibb- atlj disg symptoms o: C atari ' . appear. K. S. 5. no efpial p a rure for this disease. It refines and parifo .. the i iitirecitculat.o.i and rejMti s I he naniage done by Cat.vrh. Succiwl bo k on C.itarrh and any oiiic.il r.hic free. THE SWIFf SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA. p.c .61!! .607 .559 .534 .481 .435 .390 .379 VetU'm League. Club Won. Lost. P.C. Lincoln 35 26 .574 Omaha 35 Sioux City 35 Denver 33 Pueblo 2 4 I). 3 Melius 24 26 2 30 33 38 .574 .556 .524 .3S7 .387 VIXTKUKAY'S ;.M11S. (gn VeA JliV PUHELY VHCEITABLE National IxMitrne. At New York It. H. K. Boston 15 17 3 New York ...10 12 6 llatleries: Boulte.-, Horner and Graham; Crandall, Beecher. Malaiky and Nee.lham. Second game H. H. E. Boston 4 10 1 New York 7 7 Batteries: Llndaman and Smith; Taylor and Bresnahan. At Chi. -ago U. II. E. Chicago 7 8 1 Cincinnati 0 6 3 Batteries: Brown and KliiiKi Hubec and Schlei. At Brooklyn . H. E. Philadelphia 6 10 0 Brooklyn 0 6 3 Batteries: Foxen and Dooln; Pas-toi-hi-i, 11 ilmes and HUter. At St Louis It. II. E. St Louis 3 7 3 Pitlslnirn 4 8 2 Batteries: Lush and Ludwlg; Cam nltz, Young, Maddoz and Gibson, AniiTliwn Ijeuirue. At Boston R- H. E. Washington 1 10 1 Boston 2 16 2 Batteries: Cates and Warner; Young and Criger. At Hetrolt R. H. E. Detroit 1 7 2 St. Louis 4 7 1 Batteries: Summers and Schmidt; Powell and Stephens. At Cleveland R. H. E. Cleveland 3 6 1 Chicago 2 6 2 Batteries: Llebhardt and Bemis; Altrock. Sullivan and Shaw. At Philadelphia Tl. II. E. New York 0 6 2 Philadelphia 3 9 0 Batteries: Orth and Blair; Plank and Powers. Second Kami" It. II. E. New York 2 6 0 Philadelphia 17 1 Ifatteries: Lake and Klelnow; Bender and Smith. Western Ivikiio. At Denver It. H. E. Henver 1 4 Oj Lincoln n 6 3 Batteries: Olmstead and Zalusky; Johnson and Ktnran. At Pueblo R. H. E. Omaha 2 9 1 Pueblo I 8 1 Hall and Gonding; Fitzgerald and Smith. At H. s Moines R. II. E. He, Moines 5 12 2 Sioux City 6 11 0 Batteries: Nelson, Bomar, YVager and Hadel; McKay and Shea. AmrrUvin A.cintl"ii. At Kansas City: Kansas City 5, To ledo 4. At Milwaukee: First gime, Mil waukee 2, Ixiulsville 1. Second game, Milwaukee 4, Louisville 0. At Minneapolis: Minneapolis 4, In dianapolis 0. At St. Paul: St. Paul 3, Columbus 2 (ten Innings). Kennedy's Laxative Cough Syrup Is the one that children like so well to take as It tastes nearly as good as maple auger. It acts gently yet freely on the bowels and thereby It drives the cold out of the system. It Is old by J. H. O'Rielly Co. o-r; Hoctor Nacamull will be back Iron Europe In September and will be a his oftlce In the N. T. Armljo tuildln about September 15, 1908. j Porch riM'krrs fl.2. II.HS arid S2..V), and chairs 8V, 81.00 and 81.23. Solid oak and double riu seat; cheap, comfortable and durable. Pu irrlle Furniture Co.. west rul viaduct DeWltfa Kidney and Bladder Pills are prompt and thorough and will In i yir? short time strengthen the - Vece-5 kidneys. Sold by J. H. w w.7 Co. EVERYBODY REAH8 TIIE ALB1 QCERQUB CITIZEN BECAUSE VTt QKT THE NEWU OTRHT. Pal Pinto Wells trrnera! Water cures and prevents constipation. Ask your grocer for U. Lightning Hay Presses n Get Ready- Write for Catalog DEERING and WALTER A. WOOD MOWERS We are the Farm Machinery People and sell every thing from a Garden Hoe to a Threshing Machine J. Korber & Co. Second Street HAVE YOU A ROOM TO RENT? OR A MOUSE? 2 Do you know that people are almost fighting for quarters right here in Albuquerque, and now? An ad likethis s 5 'UK KENT Large, well furnished, well ventilated front room, modern nd sanlisry. OO Blake St. placed in The Albuquerque Citizen will secure you a tenant at the small cost of 3 times for 35c, or 6 times for 50c. Citizen Want Ads for Results it i'