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DAN KELLY IS DOOMED AS SPRINTER Injured Tendon In Ieg, Which Can not lie Healed, Prevents llrtu lom Iotiig 100 Yards In Bettor Hum 10 Seconds. y V CLASSIFIED ADS M : I ! Some Reasons Why Ufoe c Beo&uae The Cltlsen la a borne paper. It la either &UTMf j narrte a be kNN aw ! earried hone ay the business naai wheat bia day's work t atoae awl h STATS THERE. A morning pa per la usually carried down town by the bead of the family and hur riedly read. I The Citizen 4a not read hurriedly, but thorough ly, ao that all advertise ments receive their ahare of attention. It presenta the store newa a little ahead, giving the pros pective purchaser time to plan a shopping tour for tlit next morning. T i i i ! Wlre advertiser patron. Iw Hie Citizen because tlicy know their adver-tlM'iiu-iitx are seen and rend ut Um home In the evening, nntl if they are ofTering something worthy of attention, their ad has accomplished its iiiIshIoii. I The Citizen lius never given premiums to sub scribers, but Is subscribed to and paid for on It news merits, allowing tluit Its subscribers have money with which to buy what they want from legitimate merchants. These are tlie people 11 le Citizen invites to your store. z The Citizen employs a man whose businee It Is to look after your adver tising wants. lie will write your copy if you wish. If not, he will see that your ads are "set up" to look their best and lie will attend to them from day to day. W i E Are you advertising In The CiUrou? Your earn petltora are, aal are profiting by k. D 70a llitnk eoaservattvw easi ness ar are ecIi&g atoaex wiE VBT7 sot aaMnr nulajT Get ji the nrtm acd. watch 1 l. Itetnesa grow. N 1 s - hi Be; i I Philadelphia. June 2 Dan Kelly, the Oregon ("printing wonder, opposite whose name In athletic almanacs ap pears the record of 9 3-5 seconds for the 100 yard dish, may never again be seen In an important foot race. Although the world of amateur sports has never been cognizant of the fact, the truth is that Kelly strained a tendon In his right leg In the fa mous 9 3-6 second race, and has been handicapped ever since. Fate denlt Kelly a cruel blow. Tn the one rare run at Spokane. Wash., June 23, 1906 the blacksmith's son DAN KELLY. THE BAXDAOE HE WEARS OJNSTANTLY WHILE TUA1X1NQ IS SHOWN OX THE Hill HT LEU. win the mont coveted title known to amateur spurt, and suddenly became famous in college athlelles all over the world, liut while winning this rec oxnitlon he lost forever the ability to .su.stuin his reputation as holder of the world's record for the nationally-pop-u In i- loo yard dash. Kelly himself realizes, although he dues not like to admit it, that the strained and weakened tendon, and not change of climute, was responsible for his failure to finish "one-two-three" at Jamestown last year. Kelly has tried every way Imagin 11 hie to restore strength to the injured .i-ndon, but the strain set'ins perma nent. The westerner, probably could noi now do the 100 in 10 seconds. liueauMe of the injured leg Kelly will nut start in the 100-meter race in the Olympic games to be helj in London next month. The Oregon boy must be still clas sified as a great athlete, however. He will go to London to compete In the running broad jump, and stands a fair chance of capturing the honors In that event. Kelly Is now in training here under the critical eye of Mike Murphy, the great coach, who will have entire charge of the American team at the Olympic games. He has done better than i feet in workouts. The world's record is 24 feet, 7 i inches, made by M. Prinstcin 'at Philadelphia. April 2b. 1900. Kelly now hoi. is the national A. A. w. 1 ord for the running broad Jump, laving made 23 feet and 11 inches at itmeatown, September 6, 107. Though Kthy would stand no :hunce of winning the great lmt-meter ace al the Olympic games, this coun try will be ably represented by Jas. A. Hector, the young Virginia utiiver. sity flyer, who Icjped into the lime light recently in a competition at Charlotltville, Va., where he is credit ed with having run a hundred yard In a 2-5 seconds. If ICcctor cull sutatin even a tf 3-5 second reputation he will have proven the athletic find of the ctntury. He Is also working here under Murphy. "Look out for this boy Hector," says Murphy. "He ran 75 yards for nie the other day In 7 3-i seconds, and was going like a horse at the fin ish. Tha.'e e.ual to 4-5 seconds for file hundred." If Hector cannot win the lUO-meter event, either May of the L'niversity of TC110ll. Huff of lirinin ll college, Cart mell of Pennsylvania, or Robi i tson of liie I. A. A. C. may "bring home the b.con." I torn In Iowa. Our faml'y were all born and raised tn Iowa, and have used Chamber la n's CoMr, Cholera and Dlarhoea remedy (made at Des Moines) for years. We know how good it is from long experience In the use of it. In fact, when In El Paso, Texas, the writer's life was saved by the prompt use of this remedy. We are now en gaged In the mercantile business at Xarcoossee, Fla.. and have Introduced the remedy here. It has proven very successful and Is constantly growing In favor. Ennls Bros. This remedy Is for sale by all druggists. Kodol Is the best known prepara tion thai Is offered to the people to day for dyspepsia or indigestion or any stomach trouble. Kodol digests all It la pleasant to take. It la old here by J. II. O'Rlelly Co. Boys' low shoes In tan or black made on mannish lasts, just like papa s, of good, reliable materials and weil f.nlshed, $1.86, 12.00, 12.25 and II. IC. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. :V v y-"' U 1 THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE FOR RENT WAliTED rercsoxAii pnorKKin mnmiimmiiiiiiiir FOR REXT Nice, large furnished rooms. 10 8. Broadway. FOR REXT 3 room souse, 601 North Second. FOR SALE FOR SALK Uest transient and rooming house In the city. Inquire Box 44. FOR SALE Buggy and harness; good for groceries and for butcher. 905 South Broadway. FOR SALE! A fine Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at just half what It la worth. On exhibit at Whit son's Music Store. 134 South Sec ond street, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Modern house. B rooms, bath and electric lights; for sale at once. Call at 309 S. Broadway for particulars. FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, very latest model; sacrifice. Ad dress P. O. Box 178. FOR SALE 100 head of horses, B0 mares, 50 geldings, weigh from 750 to 800 pounds. Inquire Nathan Barth, Albuquerque. FOR SALE Underwood typewriter, 350, at Millet Studio, tit West Cen tral avenue. FOR SALE At a bargam, a brand new Stevens shotgun, never been fired. A high grade and thorough ly modern gun. Inquire at The Citizen office. BARGAINS INACRE PROPERTY In 5 and 10 acre tracts, within twa miles of the city limits, at 320 to 376 per acre. Also a ranch of 1500 acrea, all valley land, at 130 per acre. 10 ACRE TRACTS On Fourth street, at 350 per acre. Other small tracts at proportional prices. Money to loan on approved security. Address Feliie J. Gurule, Room 19, Armljo Block. 304 West Central Avenue. Albuquerque. N. M. BETTING MACHINES USED WITH SUCCESS Tlicy Arc IVrfcvlly Honest ami Mai lUilnct IttMikmukers Al All Track Covington, Ky., June 26 The Pari Mutuel betting machines, which are Iti use at Liitonla race track, are be ing pronounced a big success as a substituie for the bookmaker. It Is the belief of racing men had the Pari-Mutuel machines been in troduced at the New York tracks sev eral years ago, the race tracks there would not have earned such an un enviable repuiatlon and the recent anti-betting law might not have been passed. Racing men predict the machines will save the racing game in those states in which they have survived up to the present time. The inutuels, like cash registers. automatically add the bets made on each horse in every race. The racing association deduct'5 per cent from the total amount bet, and the balance Is divided among the holders of win ning tickets. There are separate machines for $2, 3 5 and $.' 5 bets, separate ma chines for betting m which hor.se will finish first, which second and which third. The man operating a machine has no chance to get away with a penny more than the 5 per cent commission, as the bettors can see on the machine just how much money has been bet, and figure for themselves what the returns io the wirinn must be. Also, as bets are made, the favorite In the betting be comes apparent on the face of the machine. When you want to make a bet. you select your machine and hand your money to the cashier, who calls off the name of the horse you are betting f:n. The operator moves the lever opposite the name of the horse. The number of bets on each horse Is reg istered In ;hls manner. Thus the machines place the bet- tiriK Kiitne on an open b.mis. Pulling horses Is a thing of the past. The more tickets bought on one horse the r-m-iller the odds on the en ry If it wins. Heavy plunirlng at the tracks is iliscmiraKed. because the public eeti wie to the "kooiI thing" and fol lows the plunger's tips. If pluner and public bet on the same horse, the odds will be so re- lured that there will be no opportun ity for the big bettor to make a "kill tng." It Is declared a large percentage of the millions of dollars taken from the public In 'he last twenty-five years has gone Into the pockets of the un scrupulous portion of bookmakers, who did not hesitate to have a horse "pulled" or "doped." lluckleii'a Amlca Salve Win. Tom Moore, of Rural Route 1 Cochran, Ga.. writes: "I had a bad ore come on the Instep of my foo' nd could find nothing that woulC heal It until I applied Bucken'a Ar ilea Salve. Less than half of a II ,'ent box won the way for me by af fecting a perfect cure." Sold unde guarantee at all dealers. Subscribe for The Cltlien and get th newa. i r ; V" T' WANTED Position In city by experi enced atenographer. P. O. box 108. WANTED Porter at tUe Southern hotel. W.YNTIU) Grain socks, brass, lead, copper, sine, pewter, aluminum, tin foU and rubber K. W. Fee, 803-004 South llrst St, Phone 16. WANTED Ladles to call and see our r.ew styles in millinery at reduced prices. UIki C. P. Crane, 613 North Second street. Ladles' tailoring and dressmaking. Phone 144. Appren tices wanted. WANTED Boarders for the Ken tucky SHar, where you can get fur nished rooms, with or without board. Rates reasonable. Table board a specialty. 823 South Third street. Mrs. Alexander Szymankal, proprietor; WANTED For U. 8. Army: Able bodied, unmarried men, between ages of 18 and 85; citlsens of Unit ed States, of good character and temperate habits, who can apeak, read and write English. For In formation apply to Recruiting Office,-, 203 E. Central Atr Albu querque, New Mexico. SALESMEN WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with atapl line. High commissions, with 3100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich. WANTED Live, energetic men for exclusive territory agency of "In dex" Kerosene Burner converts coal oil Into gas gives one hun dred candlepower burns on man tle Instantaneous seller. Write at once. Coast Lighting Company, 92n Tester Way, Seattle. SALESMAN First class all round hustler to cover unoccupied terri tory selling staple line to retail trade. Technical knowledge un necessary. Permanent to right man. 330.00 weely. Expenses ad vanced. Frank R. Jennings, Sales Manager, Chicago. ONE exclusive agent for every town to take orders for made-to-measure suits for men and women; 3100 monthly or' more " easily ' earned; sample outfit, 250 styles newest woolens, in handsome carrying case, free of cost. Opportunity to estab lish prosperous and growing busi ness without Investment. Full In structions with every outfit. Apply today. The Ragle Tailoring Co., Dept. 37, 212-318 Franklin St., Chi cago. AMBITIOUS MEN WANTED Why work for small salary? Tou can earn 325 to $150 per day: others are doing It; you can do likewise. If ynu dslr to Increase your sal ary and elevate yourself, write for our free book, "How to Become a Professional Auctioneer.' Address Chicago School of Auctioneering, Ri'yce Rldg., Chicago. WANTED Traveling men and solici tors calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque and surrounding territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basts Bowes Allegrettl, b River St., Chi cago. WANTED A real genome salesman, a man who has ability and who will work for us as hard and conscien tously as he would for himself, to represent us exclusively In Arlsona and New Mexico. We have a targe, well known and In every way first class line f Calendars, Advertis ing 8peclal:les and Druggists La bels and Boxes, and our line ta ao attractive and varied that each and every business In every town In the country, without regard to slse, can be successfully solicited. Our goods are very attractive, but no more ao than our reasonable prices, and wa know from the experience of others who have been and are now In our employ that any bright hustling man who has good average ability and is wiling to work can make with us from 360 to $160 per week. Must be ready to commence work at once. Commissions liberal. Our company was organised In 1882. We are capitalised for $200,000. We state this simply to show that we are responsible and mean business. If you do. It 111 pay you to write Sales Manager, Merchants Publish, ing Co., Kalamaioo. Mich. Enclose this advertisement with your appli cation. LOST and FOUND LOST Saturday, on R. R. Ave and Second, large envelope containing letters and papers. Reward for return to this office. Itudly Sprained Ankle Cured. Three years ago our daught sprained her ankle and had been suf ferlng terribly for two days aa nights had not slept a minute. Mr Stalling, of Butler, Tenn., told us o Chamberlain s Pain Balm. We wea to the store that night and got a not tie of it and bathed her ankle two three times and she went to sleep aa' had a good night's rest The nei morning she was much better and 1: a short time could walk around aa had no more trouble with her ankU E. M. Brumltt. Hampton, Tenn. II and 50 cents sites for sale by al druggists. DAILY THAN MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organs Horsea, Wagons and other Chattels alsa an SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low aa $10 and aa high as 8300. Loans ar quickly made and strictly private. Time: One month to one year given. Goods remain In your possession. Our rates are reas onable. Call and see us before bor rowing. THE HOrKEIIOI.D I.OAV CO. Steamship tickets ta and from all parts of the world. Rooms I and 4, Grant Bldg. 103 H West Railroad Ave. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings. Miscellaneous WANTED Agents, either sex, earn $60 to $100 per week . selling ex quisitely embroidered pongee eilk waist patterns, dress patterns, drawn work waists. National Im porting Co., Desk D, Broadway, New Tork. AGENTS wanted for the most rapid selling household necessity ea earth. Every woman buys one on sight Send 10 cents for sample and full Information to Bales Man ager, 181 Brlnckerhoof Ave., Utlca, New Tork. HONEST AGENTS $0 days' credit New circular ready. 8oaps selling better than aver. Write. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. $1.25 PER WORDTnsrtB classified ada. In St leading papers In U. 8. Send for list. The Dake Advertis ing Agency, 427 South Main street, Los Angeles. MARRT your choice. Particular peo ple, everywhere. Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1338, Los An geles, OaJ. AGENTS Introduce SOPASTE to factories, railroad ahopa, etc. Re moves grease dirt quickly; Immense sales; amaslng profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRT your choice. 'Particular peo. pie, everywhere, Introduced without publicity; no fakes: details free. Ad dress, A. C, box 1838, Los Angeles, Calif. 3210 MOTOR CTCLE OR HORSE and buggy furnished our. men for traveling, and 885 per month and expenses, to take orders for the greatest portrait house In the world. Tou will receive, postpaid, a beau tiful 16x20 reproduction of oil painting In answer to this ad. Write for particulars. R. D. Martel. Dept 127, Chicago. MALE HELP HERE'S a chance for you to make money. Our representatives make $10 a day; so can you. Immediate seller and exclusive territory Agents can carry as side line. C. F. Pennewell, Mgr., 152 Mutual Life Bldg.. Seattle, Was h In glon. $50,000.00. Territory of New Mexico 4 Per Cent Bonds. Sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned Treasurer of the Ter ritory of New Mexico, a! Santa Fe, New Mexico, until July 25th, 1908, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the following de scribed bonds of the Territory of New Mexico. Delivery to be made at New York, Chicago, St. Louis or Den Ter. $50,000 capltol Improvement bonds of the Territory of New Mexico, $25, 000 of which are to be dated June 1st, 1907, and $25,000 to be dated Decem ber 1st, 1907, due In thirty years from their date and optional on and after twenty years from date of issue; pay able In New Tork bearing Interest at the rate of four per cent per annum, payable semi-annually In New Tork. No bids for less than par and accrued Interest from date of last matured coupon will be entertained; the right being reserved to reject any or all bids. The Acts of the Territorial Leg. islatlve assembly authorizing the above described Issue of bonds were approved by Act of Congress entitled "An Act to validate certain acts of the Thirty-seventh Legislative Assem. bly of the Territory of New Mexico," approved April 1st. 1908. J. II. VAUGHN. Treasurer of New Mexico. Resolved that all orders for supplies of any and all kinds and for all purposes be made out on the regular requisition blank of the Irrigation Congress pro- vlded for that purpose, and aatd requisition must be signed by chairman of the auditing com- ml t tee, or In his absence by the acting chairman; that all bills 4 Incurred must be properly Touchered before payment and audited at any meeting of the auditing committee, by the chairman of said committee, or In his absence by the acting chairman. BERTHOLD SPITZ. 4) Chairman. D. MACi'HERSON, GEORGE ARN'OT. Kodol completely digests all classes of fond. It will get right at the trouble ind do the very work Itself for the stomach. It is pleasant to take. Bold y J. H. O'Rlelly Co. . . . . . I H YOU CAN SEE IN Davis bearing The Complete House Furnishers 208 W. Gold Av. Have the finest thing-in the oven line for a pas or gasoline stove. Call and let ua show there to you. PRICE $2.25 miiiimmiiiiimm C)CXXXXXXXXXXX)OOCXTntXXXXXXX3 FOR RENT 22 room room ing house, new and modern; will be ready about Sept. 1, '08. FOR RENT 2 store rooms, alxe 2Si50 ft; good location. FOR BALE Rooming house, 28 rooms, doing good business; centrally located; reasons for selling. FOR SALE Modern 8 room resilience, brick, good location, on terms or oah; $4,000. Get a Travelers' Accident and Health Policy. Money to Loan. M. L. SCIIUTT. 210 South Second Street. MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES. Fifteen acrea of very good land under irrigation, four miles nortii of town, well fenced with barbed wire and cedar poets; I7S0.OO csuih. Fifty acres first clans Irrigated land, three miles from the city, under high stale of cultivation, fenced with lnrled wire and large cciliir pomIh; price per acre, 875.00. Mmiiii 100 acrex of first cIbhb Irrigate! land, located four miles north of town, 50 acres under cultivation (hist year was planted In wheat), well fenced with four wires and cedar pots, main ditch runs through land, title perfect. I Vice for the whole tract, for short time only $6500.00. This Is a snsp for somebody- A. MONTOYA KerJ Entate and Loans. Natary Public. Hi W. Gold Ave. A little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyone who makes it a rule to keep Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by all druggists. KILLtheQCUCH and CURE the LUNGS Br. King's WITH New Discovery FOR CSS MP All. THROsT AND tUNG TROUBLES. 1 n 11 A Ti . . . -t ir. " 11 -n-... . .... . . . . 'LOBMONET REFUNDED. SkBS asiMMBBSir-pasVBB)MBJBBBBI ASOCWED - ADVERTLS ING CLVB5 rv m r d irA rvxivrvT itj vsi ru u-iivs jkn t ut 1 111 KANSAS CITY A MONTH PHYSICIANS DR. SOLOMON U BCRTOJf w,pb'-cl and Surgeon. Highland office II Bouth Walta 8tret. Phone 110. RS. BRONSON BRON30H Homeopathic Physicians and n.j teona. Over Venn's Drug Btora, Office lit: Residence ltl. DENTISTS DR. J. E. KRAFT Dental Surgery Rooms S and S, KarneU BuUsUaal uiucuf s arug Bag Appointments made by rnone 144 EDMUND J. ALGER, D. D. S, Ofdce hours, 9 a. m. to 13:Se a sa, 1.30 to ft p. m. ApolnlmenU made by mail. 306 West Central Avenue.. Phoae sM LAWYERS R. W. D. Bryan Attorney at Law Office, First National' Bank Building. Albuquerque, N. M. E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law Office, Cromwell Block, Albuquerque, N. M.' IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law Pensions. Land Patents, Copyrights Cnveuts, Letter Patents, Trade Marks, Claims. 32 F Street. N. M ., Washington, D. C T1IOB. K. MADDISON Attorney at Law Office 117 West Gold Arena ARCHITECT F. W. SPENCER Architect ' 1221 South Waiter! Phone) tax. INSURANCE B. A. SLEY8TER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary Public Rooms 12 and 14, Cromwell Albuquerque, N. M. Phone IM A. E. WALKER Fire Insurance Secretary Mutual Building SIT West Central A venae. VETERINARY WILLIAM B ELD EN Veterinary. J Surgery and DentiNtry a Specialty. 402 South Etlith Phone 40ft. No Need of Suffering From Rbetuna tlam. It Is a mistake to allow rheumatlasi to become chronic, as the pain ea always be relieved, and In moat ease a cure effected by applying Chamber lain's Palm Balm. The relief Croat pain which It affords Is alone worts many times its cost. It makes aleeg and rest possible. Even In cases ot long standing this liniment shooVA be used on account of the relief which it affords. Do not be discourage until you have given It a trial. Many sufferers have been surprised aad de lighted with Its paln-rellevlng eaail tlea. 25 and 60 cent slsea for sale by all druggists. Hair Dresner and ChlrtipodlsC Mrs. Bambini, at ner pariore Op posite the Alvarado and next door ta SturgeV cafe, Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do has dressing, treat corns, bunions and la ffrowlnir nulla Uh. - - ' B I . . UJMMin treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Kamblni's own preparation of com plexion cream builds up the skin an ImurnvM th. r. I . i . . vu.iiie.iim una ls ruaranteed not to be Injurloua. Staa aVlaUl nronarat a Vt I a iAni. . w . r . s"-- assail I Ilea I CUT M and prevents dandruff and hair faJ. -a ivoiurci uttj iu acAvu nur! remnvfti mnUi as.i- . - . hair. Massage treatment by vibrator machines. For any bleml-h of the face call and consult Mrs. Bambini THORNTON THE CLEANER Cleans any and everything and does) I. .i-hl W . I .... . . - . tu, ur.i in ID, OVIOWSPL All he asks Is a trial. Clothes olaaaad, repaired and pressed. Just 011 sjg, t0 Works. Ill N. Third street. CCtClaaaaaaB V(K)I.MK OP THE WORI.n I ft Meet Every Frldar Kvanlnv t At I Sham. FOREST IN ELKS' THEATER, ft id p. m E. W. Moors. C C. m D. E. Phlllpps, Clerk. g 41 West Taif In m f VISITING SOVEREIGNS WEL- COMB. iitiiiiitimuii