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"TajjITn?' t Hotels and Resorts ' For Information concerning any of tha place ftdtvr -OmoA In thla column and for descriptive llteratmra. Mil at-Th Chlsen office write to the Advertising Manager; A-lb-iuenjue CllJT -Jlbuouerque. N. it. i' AONmW SANITARIUM. eJfiX&IKQO. CALIFORNIA Handsomest and best equipped establishment of Its kind In the west, offer at reasonable rates accommodations whWfSir superior In every respect and combine the comforts and luxuries of the home. 8an Diego Is noted for It Ten climate the year around. Write for pytloulars or secure pamphlet at - The CMtlsen tflrfce. ' " vj RARADI valley sanitarium; A well equipped medical and surreal establishment like BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM. Absolutely the only, sanitarium In 8outhern Cali fornia having a cool summer climate; every day delightfully sunny. OVER IXWKINO 8AN DIEGO BAT AND THE PACIFIC-.' ' Booklet at Cltlien office or by writing H. W. Lindsay, Manager. National City, Calif. LOMA LLVD.V SAMTAKTPM. Loma Linda, or Hill Beautiful, Is he nam of one of Southern Califor nia's most beautifully located sanitariums, near Redlands, sixty miles east f L"rf Angeles, on main line of the S P. The Battle Creek methods of treatment are carefully administered Summer prices from June to Octo ber. Send for Booklet "C." Loma Linda Sanitarium, Loma Linda, Calif. f LONG BKACII SANITARIUM, Long Itmrli, Cl. A medical and sur gical aanitarlum conducted on the great B ATT LIS CREEK SANITARIUM plan. Overlooks the ocean. QUIET, RE FIXED and MODERN. Spacious roof garden and sun parlor. Tennis and44ter outdoor amusements. Ide al place to go for rest, recreation or recuperation. Visitors welcome. Get off car at Tenth street. Special summer rates. Booklet free. W. RAT SIMPSON, Manager. v ItlMIM HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, Los Angeleei The moot curative treat sent for rtieumatlam. Beautiful scenery, cool; ocean breeie. Hot Springs water In every room, no noise, no dust, no tips. Street car to door. PamphleU a Citizen office or by writing Dr. G. W. Tape, Medical Supt. " .ftfrirf v s w.s.- .i f v;. if, dr -4 - . , . . -1 Wmm I OttCHAL tffiU a TT?zLr A BATH HOImSF iZL r - r j 4-r Wiff A. J. OTERO. Pro. A.N IDEAL SUMMER Cliffdene - on Located among pine-clad hlMa on ' station on the main line of the A. T. makes this the most delightful resort )n New Mexico. We meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. Parties oomm;ita Myfnot stated kindly write me. Katea 11.60 per day. $8.00 per week. MMTa-fOc. Transportation from station Sl.tio. Mrs, H. E. Bergmann, Rowe. N1,' M," J" HOLLENBEM HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John $. Mitchell TWO NEW ELEVATORS NEW FIRE' PROOFIN S4 of l3iprverc Fifty Thousand Dollarg Worth ol l3iprveroents made this season for uenvemer ce, tjcrrwurt ana Safety. Headquarters fS&ftew Mexico Electric Cara to acd frcm Railway Detots, also Beach and Kr.ur.tain Re sorts, stop at our door The hcUtabeck Hotel Cafe is More Fcpular 'I ban Ever REASONS-WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Lif e Wlurance Co. Of New Mexico ancfVlfizona It is a home industry. It keeps the money at home amfcrmakes it available to pro mote local enterprises. It wrote more business the firstly It has paid all of its obligations. It is an Old Line Legal Reserve Company. It writes the standard policies "tiblished by the Laws oi New York, the most exacting ever enacted. Joshua S. Raynolda, President. Albuquerque Foundry n. P. HALL, t'aritor Pulleya. Bars, Babbtt Metal; Columns and Iron FronU for IiJdlnga , Iroa awl Bnis Osattasji; Ore. Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaftings, NLt P 01 Mvif mm Mill Mmchlmmry m tpmelmlty TomLn cc rvJDroal track.; A Albuquerque. N. M. Iljf Albtiqaefqtie Lumber Co. WHOLESALE rAND RETAIL ' Lumber, Glass, Cement aid Rex Fliotkols Roofing First and Marqttctte JAlbtqorqae, New Mexico Citizen Want ids for Results M STONE HOTEL 1", ' 3 -.Stape line from Bernalillo if rfw iieraez tioi Bnrinirs in w ii one uay. orape leaves Uer- 7b&4 nallu Tuesday fc Saturday TICKtTS SOLD AT W. L. .TRIMBLE'S t TH RESORT. - the - Hecos ihL'pafos river, t'u miles from Rowe &r'SV'Prt Oood hunting and flshlna- a NEW FURNITURE NEW PLUMBING ('ear than was expected. H H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Geo. Mgt. and Machine Worki ANaVkEAI CITIZENS ASK THAT OIL COMPANY MOVE 'i They Don't Want "tank llonullt .On tMl site, KV-artiig AiuHlier May KiulMiigtr Tlwlr llomix. One of the most Important matters to come before the city council to night will be that of granting or turn. Ing down a petition of the Continental OH company to rebuild buildings de stroyed recently by fire. The company Is extremely deolrous of rebuilding on the oM locution and tne residents of the northern part of the city are equally desirou of hav ing the plant moved to a safe distance from their homes. They maintain that It was by the rarest good luck that some of thrlr homes were not de. stroyed at the time of the recent fire. Nearly every resident within sev eral blocks of the ruins have signed a petition asking the council to pro hibit the company from rebuilding on the old site, and deemed the mat ter of sufficient Importance to em ploy attorneys to present their case to the city fathers. This petition was presented at the lot meeting of the council and referred to a committee. The petition presented to the council by the oil company was alao referred to a committee. It is understood that an ffort will be made tonight to have a permit granted favoring the company. A- committee of citizens called at the Citizen office today and discuseed the supposed intended action of the council. They said that the Conti nental Oil company had circulated a report to the effect that Swift & Co., who have a warehouse near the ruins oi the burned oil plant, have no ob jection to the oil plant being rebuilt. C. H. Comstock, manager for Swift & Co., says that his company owns the building they occupy and knows positively that they would make se rious objections to having an oil tank so near oy. FRISCO PLANTbRANCH THROUGH PECOS VALLEY Carlsbad, N. M.. July 20. (Siw- clal.) The Hock Island-Frisco Inter ests .are planning a shorter line from .St. Louis and Kansas City to 131 Paso and the plan includes a cutoff from Mangum, Oklu., through western Tex as an eastern New Mexico to El Paso. The cutoff will go through the Pecos valley and will make this city one of the Important towns on the route. If built, trie new route will shorten the distance about seven hours. The 'Frisco has a line from St. Louis and Kansas City to Chlcka sna, where it connects with a branch of the Rock Island to Mangum. NiXiKO KlJiS IlAKKKD. Poughkeepsie, N, Y., July 20. Justice Morchauser of the supreme court has made permanent an Injunc tion restraining the Improved Benev olent and Protective Order of Klka of the World from using its present name and title. The order is com posed of negro men, having lodges in Brooklyn and other places. The application for the Injunction wias made by the Benevolent and Protect ive Order of Elks. T lil ltX FAKK" l'ACK.WiK. Philadelphia, July 20. Charle Wolfsohn was arrested here today on a charge of complicity In a conspir acy to defraud the Adams Express company at Indianapolis out of $10, 000 by sending a package of excelsior upposed to be worth that amount. It is alleged that it was arranged to burn the package In transit. The plot was rlM-overed by an express messen ger. Another man alleged to have been conninied with the affair has been arrested In Louisville. AKKKST Ml'KDKItKIt SOOX. Philadelphia, July 20. It Is report ed here that the police will soon ar rest the murderer of Dr. William R. Wilson, who died June 26, after drinking poisoned ule from a bottle which had been sent him by express. The wife of the man who Is suspecteii died about eight weeks ago under pe culiar circumstances. The only link missing in the chain of circumstan tial evidence being drawn around the man i the fact that he la said ta have been at work on the morning the poisoned ale was expressed. ABOUT TOWN A sever storm raged this afternoon between Albuquerque and Santa Fe ami caused some damans to telephone and telegraph wires. No serious los was reported. Mrs. Margaret Hennesy and daugh ter Alma leave this evening on the Umlted for an extended trip In the east, visiting their old home in Cin cinnati and other cities In the east. District Clerk John Venable an I wife returned to the city last night from a pleasure trip to southern Cali fornia. They were absent from the city ten days and visited San Diego and Los Angelt und all the adjoining resorts. Attorney Modesto Ortiz was arrest ed today on a complaint sworn out against him by Klavlo Vigil, charging as&ault with word. The bearing was set for 3:30 o'clock this afterloon In Judge Romero's court in Old Albu querque. J. W. Robbias, wife and daughter, and Mrs. Robblns' mother, Mrs. Tal bot, of St. Louis, Mo., are In the city visiting friends. Mr. Bobbins Is vice president and is traveling In a Rock Island private car. Tears ago Mr, Robblns waa a trainmaster on the Santa Fe Pacific railroad, with head quarters In this city. Mrs. Robblns' father for years conducted a hotel In Albuquerque In a building which standa where the Barnett building Is now located. SAYS f ASlEHS-ASE Tit iiuil JVa t4xih Trtls AVIwt feiMWId lie Ione to Insure Uhh1 Crop T. C. Garllngton, the beet expert sent here by the Santa Fe to teach the farmers of the Kio Grande valley how to rale sugar 'beets, rebuked his pupils thla morning whn he said that they had not given their crops proper attention. Mr. Garllngton displayed a beet weighing a pound and a half pulled from a patch owned by Leo nardo Hunlc, and said: "Thla very fine specimen grew al most without attention, and though It would not be ripe had It been left In the ground for sixty days yet. It Is now- as large as the average Colorado beet. I wager that beet would have grown to weigh fully five pounds, which Is a very extraordinary beet. The beets n the vicinity of Albuquer que have been very poorly attended. Some of the farmers have cultivated their fields a little and some have thinned the beeta, but very few of theth have been given anything like proper attention. The only way to grow beets Is to get busy and care for them. Some of the fields, how ever, may make pretty good yields. Some of them show splendid beets, but the farmers Invariably have neg lected cultivation." - SOFT TRACKS CAUSE . DEATH OF BRAKEHAN lie Was standing on Small Platform IlrtMtMii KiiKhie ami TcimIct, Willed loiil)kvl I'm Throwing Him I'iKler the Train. soft track ws the cause of an accident on the Santa Fe Saturday afternoon in which the life of Marion E. Haynes, a brakeman, was crushed out. The accident happened about four or five miles from Belen at a little station called Sals. Mr. Haynes was standing in the rear of the en gine when In some way trie small iron platform on which he was stand. Ing doubled up. causing him to lose his balance. He fell under the train, li.e body was In a dreadful shape when brought to this city, limbs and ribs being broken and the body being otherwise badly crushed. One sad feature In connection with this case Is the fact that the young man was to have been married In the very near future and was engaged to a young lady from Gallup. She came to Al buquerque to view the body, which will be shipped to the home of the deceased in Marlon, III., where Inter ment will be made. The body will be accompanied by J. H. Alexander, a life long friend of Mr. Haynes, who was the conductor on the train on which the accident occurred. The dc. ceased will be shipped to his home this evening on No. 8. UNION PACIFIC HAS E I'tixl Yemr Was tlie He Kver Kx-IMTlmc-ttl In Volume of HumIih-mm and lrolit. Omaha, Neb.,- July 20. Adverse legislation and adverse business nd financial conditions have not prevent ed the Union Paxitlc from making a new record In earnings. The year end. Ing June SO, although including eight months of depression, was a banner year for this road, and the prelim inary statement shows that the regu lar 10 per cent dividend was earned, with S 11,000,000 to spare. These fig ures, which are exclusive of equities in affiliated lines, show an earning on the common stock of 16 per cent. The surplus after the dividends on the preferred are paid amounts to approx. .mutely 13 1.0UD.000, which Is equal to 16 per cent of the company's 195, 4i shares of common. The tot il of gross revenues for the year exceeded 190.000,000. which marks a new record. During the year the Union Pacific has received 11,134,000 on its Southern Pacific preferred, 42,016,000 on Illinois Cen tral. Atchison and other stocks, and Jnii.OOO on San Pedro bonds. As evidence that the splendid showing of earnings Is not at the ex pense of maintenance, the report shows that the maintenance account In 1906 was $17,000,000, only $300,000 less than In 1907. MUST BELIEVE IT When Well Known Albuquerque Peo ple Till It Bo Plainly. When publle endorsement Is made by a representative citizen of Albu querque the proof la positive. You must believe It. Read this testimony. Every backache sufferer, every man. woman or child with any kidney trouble will find profit in the read ing. Mrs. J. R. Grubb, living at 217 South Broadway, Albuquerque, N. M., says: "For about two years my con dition waa such that whenever I would move around, pains and sharp stitches would take me In my loins. Further proof of a disturbed condi tion of the kidneys was evidenced by a too frequent action of the secretions from these organs, as was mostly noticeable in the fore part of the day. A lady who had been similarly trou bled, and had been cured by Doan's Kidney Pills, advised me to use them. Procuring a bos I used only a small portion and the benefit I derived was so pronounced that I was given proof of the value of this medicine as a cure for backache and all ilia arising from deranged kldneya" ' For sale by all dealers. Price 60 cents. Foater-Mllburn Co..' Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember tha name Doan's and take no other. It BANNER RECORD eGAURAMEMEACB-: li ES IEE17 QXICO 1 ft ' In Edwards Is Xn Ilia Way to ftw lork After Trip From Ne. . braaka to lactno CkttMt, v prawn by four Angora goats, Capt. Vivian Edwards has reached Gallup on his trip across the continent He started from Hastings. Neb,, and went to Oregon. Then he traveled down the Pacific coast as far as San Diego and started from there to New York. The captain Is accompanied by J. R. Johnson, a former United States' sailor on the Raleigh, who cares for the goats. Fourteen to eighteen miles i a day can be made with the team. A quantity of hay and grain Is carried, although most of the time feed for the goats can be secured along the way. The goats have shown them selves able to do the work, although they are always ready to lie down whenever a atop Is made. They travel ordinarily at a fast walk, but show a willingness to tro( each morning wh-nri the atart is made. The expenses of the trip are made by selling pictures and souvenirs and by giving lectures about the trip. Il lustrated with stereopticon views. AND PICNICKERS OUI IN FOIL FGRCE Many Albuqurrqiicans Spent Tester day In the Canyons Doves Are Plentiful. Hundreds of Albuquerqueans spent yesterday In the various resorts In the neighboring mountains and the can yons rang with the laughter of the many picnic parties who deserted the city to spend the day where the beau ties of the mountains may be viewed at close range. As early as B o'clock In the morning the Silver avenue road leading toward the Sandias was the scene of much'' traffic, consisting of single and double buggies, hay racks, mountain vehicles of various descrip tions and sizes, and all kinds of wag ons, each with a load of merry plc nlcers on their way to spend the day away from the city. Along with the plcnicera could be seen many hunt ers, conspicuous by their khaki uni forms. The dove season having open ed the 15th of this month hundreds of sportsmen visited the various dove sections In the neighborhood, and as a result of the day's sport thousands of the feathered tribe will adorn the tablea of the various hunters. Doves are very plentiful thla year and It is the opinion of many of the best hunt ers in th,!s vicinity that the season opens a little too early, aa many of the birds are still very young and many are also still hatching. The weather yesterday was Ideal and tvaj enjoyed by the Albuquerqueans. . CIIANGETCRYSl TODAY Considerable change In the splen did bill now occupying the Crystal tage will occur ton.ght. There will be two reels of iirand new moving picture subjects, a newy illustrated ballad and the two Blacks will change their selections and Dale end Carreg their songs, gags and antics. As those arUfts are all versatile the new stuff will be found Just as amusing as the material with which they kept the people laughing the first four days of the present engagement. The moving pictures this time are rtli III LT I h.l ii.cu VlUj, i , . . n hla house and are all lust out. The feat , ure picture Is called "Love Kinds a i Way," and ts the latest long feature film by the Edison company. The comic pictures are "Mr. Boozer Gets a Terrible Fright" and "The , Magnetic Removal," two of the very , best to be had and guaranteed to ( keep the audience in convulsions. , fecottl s new Illustrated song Is a pretty one and presents beautiful i slide. It is called "She's My Girl." THE MAZE. 211 South First Stmt. j Curtain 4jtre:chers $1.36 4Vi-foot Folding Ironing Boards 1.J6 22x36 hardwood Folding Sewing Table, marked yard measure, casters , 1.85 Wagon Umbrellas g.00 J 1.00 size package of Stock Food , 85 Loaded Shotgun Shells 55 2-allon Water Cooler. 1.75 Breast Strap Buggy Harness... 6.50 WM. KIEKE, Propr. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY. FOR SALE Household goods of ev ery description cheap. 200 South Broadway. FOR SALE Fine buckskin driving horse, bugiry and harness cheap. 200South Broadway. FOR RENT 4 room furnished cot tage, close to shops. 211 Atlantlo avenue. Apply on premlaes. There are still several months of hot weath'T ahead of us and It will pay you to Invest In a pair of our cool low shoes. We have a fine aa. sortment of snappy, up-to-date styles and you can get just what you want at the price you are willing to pay. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Cen tral avenue. iornovs jerset fiw for pure ice cream. lo you know that we operau 80 machine In our Dlant even Tltat's Mhy we can make and sell window frames for brick at Si ant wreen doors at ll.OO: mrch ntnn t $5.00. Superior Planning Mill. The place to get aeaon1 lumber. Superior Lumber and Mill Oo. 'a plant. Want ada printed In the will bring result. Cltlien It Is not what you pay for advertis ing, but what advertising PATS YOU, that makes it valuable. Our rates ara lowest for equal service. REFRIGERATOR!' ": ' " To close out our remaining stock of refrigerators, we will sell them at Actual Cost for 1 the next ten days . ALBERT FABER l?g . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFfTTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Hathroom Fixtures. . .. . Phone 1020 50c 50c FOR ONE CLAIRVOYANT -DeWItt T. Courtney The most eminent, accurate ami reliable Trance Clairvoyant la the world luw permanently located In yonr cltj, and If you are In dost or trouble call and see lilm. He gives advice upon all affairs of Rfe love. Law, Marriage, Divorce, Mining, Ileal Estate and changes of all kinds. One visit win convince you of the power of this wonderful man, and that you can obtain happlnems contentment and raeoeaa through following his advice. SOS u, Oentml Avniie. Rooms S and B Hours, 0 to 11 a. m., 8 to 8 p. m. Phone 749. i Phone J Peerless Iceland Freezer "Makes the best graJe of Ice Cream in the i least amount of time." SIZES FROM 1 QUART . L TO 12 QUARTS REFRIGERATORS Ice Tongs, Ice Picks, Ice Chisels, Refrigerator Pans, Lemon Squeez ers, Ice Cream Dishers, etc.,i etc. RA ABE & MAUGER II5-U7 N. FIRST ST. Bargains! Bargains! These UgM paydaya It will pay ru I to look for bargains, and rlrht here is wnere you win una ma Digffesi bargains hundreds of them. 15c sun bonnets 15c IMS shirt walata gc 50c (Iris dremes. $1.75 men's shoe $1.19 IJ.00 ladles' oxfords Sl.SS 4 large boxes matches..... c Loose raisins, lb 9o Large cans tomatoes. 10c And hundreds of other bargains at CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 Nmrtb Smemad WH. DOLiDK, Prop. 408 Wist Railroad Attou Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PUKING MIL) THK OLDKbT Ml f.lj IN THE CITY When In neert ..4 r h, door, frame, eto. 8creen vork u --neelsJtv. 400 South Flr-i ireci. Telephone 461. Highland Livery B.VMDHOOK IlKOi Phoue sue 0 John 6l Saddle Hone Specialty. lieM drivers In the city. Proprietor of "Sadie," Uie plculc wagon. S " ? i 401 West Central Ave. 50c MONTH Phone No. 74. Goods .Delivered Lommori & Co. gabVaBsnBsaMHsssI 323 S. Second St. Phon 791 NEW STORE NEW STOCK Groceries, Vegetables & Froitt Men's Furnishings Genuine Imported No. 1 Lucca Olive I Oil. Guaranteed1 PURE J J Jt AA A A A AA mmm A HOTEL DENVER Corner Secoud and CoaJ. Beat f 1.50 per day house In eity; lowest rates, week or month. American plan. Aoootn- a niodatlotui tip top. Come. a Itio Grande Valley Ijuid Ob. JOHN BORRADA1LE Real Entae and Invertment Oolleect Itenu of City Realty Off toe. Corner , Third and Gold A vat Phoue bib Albuquerque. K. mt Our work is RIGHT Tery K partmenL Hubbs Laundry Co.