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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. TXGM L1AJ0R LEAGUE Some Reasons Why c EMI SCORES I t4 THEY REACH MORE PEOPLE DAILY THAN YOU CAN SEE IN A MONTH CLASSIFIED ADS : r Becaav The Cttlsen la a home paper. It la either toUvcrat by wrier m the Imn a carried tenia by the bnalnesa nan when his day's work la ae and H STAYS THERE. A morning P per la asnally carried down town by the bead of the family and hnr Hedly read. I The Cltlsen la not read hurriedly, bat thorough ly, that all advertise, menta receive their ahare of attention. It preaenta the store newa Uule ahead, giving the pros pective purchaser time to plan a shopping tour for tlie next morning. T Wise advertisers patron l.e The Cltizeu because Uiey know their adver tisements are seen and real at tlie homes In the evening, and If they are offering something worthy of attention, their ad lias accomplished ita mission. I Tlie tltlxen lias never given premiums to sub scribers, but subscribed to and paid for on Ita newa merits, showing tint Its subscribers have money with which to buy uhat they want from legitimate m e r c h a nts. These are tlie people The Cftlam Invites to your store. z The Citizen employs a man whose business It Is to look after your adver tising wants, lie will write your copy If you wiHh, If not. lie w1U see that your ads are "set up" to look their best and lie will attenil to tliem from day to day. E Are you advertising In Tlie Cltlaenf Your com petitora are, and are profiting by It. Do you think conservative busi ness men are spending' money wliere they are not getting results? Get In the swim and watch your busine grow. N Is the Best Advertising Medium in Albuquerque HOW THEY STAND. American ljcogiic. Clubs Won. Lost. P. C. Detroit 48 33 .693 St. Louis 47 85 .673 Cleveland 45 34 .670 Chicago 45 36 XS Philadelphia 40 38 .613 Boston 35 46 .433 Washington ........ 31 48 .393 New York 29 61 .363 National League. Clubs Won. Lost. P. C. Pittsburg 48 83 .693 New York 48 83 .593 Chicago 47 33 .688 Cincinnati 44 39 .630 Philadelphia 38 33 .600 Boston 37 4 4 .457 St. Louis 2 62 .368 Brooklyn 29 48 .377 Western League. Clubs Won. Lost. P. C. Omaha 48 86 .678 Sioux City 4 8 87 .665 Denver 49 40 .651 Lincoln 43 89 .624 Pueblo 87 49 .425 Dea Moines 30 64 .357 SATURDAY GAMES. American League. At Washington R. H. E. Washington 3 7 0 Cleveland 1 7 1 Batteries: Smith, Hughes and Street; Warner, Rhoades and Clarke. At Philadelphia R. H. E. Detroit 5 10 8 Philadelphia n 17 j uatteries: Mulling, Willeta and Schmidt; Dygert and Schreck. At New York n 7t R. St. Louis 7 o a New York , j 7 1 mtterles: Howell and Snencer: Lake and Klelnow. At Boston T H. E. Chicago 7 1 1 Boston o 8 1 Butteries: Walsh and W. Sullivan: Pruitt, Winter and Carrigan. National League. At Pittsburg R. H. E. Pittsburg g x3 1 Hoston 6 9 1 Batteries: Maddox and tiibson: Llndamann and Graham. At Philadelphia R. H. E. St. Louis 1 7 3 Philadelphia 2 8 1 Batteries: McUlinn and SDarks: Sparks and Dooin. Second game R. H. E. St. Louis 1 a s Philadelphia 4 4 1 Batteries: Bebee and Bliss; Foxen and Dooin. At Chicago r. H. E. Chicago 5 g 0 New York 4 10 0' Batteries: Reuloach, Pfelster, Over all and Moran; Wilts and Bresna han. j At Cincinnati R. H. E. Cincinnati 4 13 1 1 Brooklyn 3 6 2 Batteries: Campbell, Spade and Schlei; Rucker and Ritter. 1 Western League. At Pueblo R. H. E. Deg Moines 6 11 2 Pueblo 1 7 0 Batteries: Clarke and Raedel; Gal-g-ano, Nicholas and Smith. i At Denver R. H. E. ' Denver 14 11 4 Sioux City 6 7 7 Batteries: Chabeck, Bohannon and McDonough; Starr, Crutcher and Shea. At Lincoln R. H. E. Lincoln 0 ( 1 Omaha 4 9 0 Batteries: Johnson and Zlnran; Hollenbeck and Gonding. American Association. At Kansas City: Kansas City 13, Minneapolis 2. , At Louisville: Louisville 8, Toledo 0. At Indianapolis: First game, In dianapolis 8, Columbus 2. Second game, Indianapolis 6, Columbus 0. At Milwaukee: Milwaukee 0, St. Paul 0. Eleven innings; game called on account of darkness. SUNDAY GAMES. National League. At Chicago R. H. E. Chicago I 7 8 Boston S t i Batteries: Overall, Lundgn-n and Moran; Graham and Flaherty. At Cincinnati Cincinnati R. H. E. .424 WITH AMPLE MEANS ANDiUNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE, BANK of COMMERCE OF L1JDQUKRQUE. N- M. Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. S150.000 omcems a no dirkctors SOLOMON LUNA, President W S. STklCKLER, Vice President and Cashier W. J. JOHNSON, Assistant Cashier William Mcintosh, J. C. Baldridge, A. M. Blackwell. O. E. Cromwell. FOR RENT FOR RENT Nice, large furnrlshed rooms. 809 S. Broadway. FOR RENT Nicely furnished front room with board. Apply Mrs. W. II. Reed, 415 N. Second. FOR RENT Nicely furnished rooms, use of bath, central. 410 East Cen tral avenue. FOR RENT 6 room brick, modern, east frontage, good location; $26.00, or will rent furnished If desired. Elder, t Armljo building. FOR RENT Large cool rooms for housekeeping. Rent reasonable. Cail at rear. 624 W. Central Ave. FOR SALE FOR SALE 25 canary birds. Apply Old Town P. O. FuK SALE Best transient and rooming house in the city. Inquire Box 44. FOR SALE Team, harness and cov ered spring wagon, cheap. Inquire L. A. Oberg,1210South Broadway. FOR SALE A fins Hardman piano, good as new, beautiful tone. A chance to possess an Instrument of unexcelled make at Just half what It Is worth. On exhibit at Wh it son's Music Store, 124 South Sec ond street. Albuquerque. 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. IX) II SALE Everything must go re gardless of cost before July 20. I need the money and tlte room, aa I will leave on Uiat date for New Y'ork to purchase a complete new stock of fall and winter goods. This Is your chance to buy new stylish goods at your own price. E. Mahar am, 610 Went OentraL BARGAINS IN ACRE PROPERTY In 6 and 10 acre tracts, within tw miles of the city limits, at $20 to $75 per acre. Also a ranch of 1500 acres, all valley land, at $30 per acre. 10 ACRE TRACTS On Fourth street, at $50 per acre. Other small tracts at proportional prices. Money to loan on approved security. Address Felipe J. Gurule, Room 19. Armijo Block, 304 West Central Avenue, Albuauerque. N. "M. Philadelphia 1 6 4 Batteries: Ewlng and Schlei; Mc Quillen, Moren and Dooin. At St. Louis R. H. E. St. Louis 4 15 4 New York 6 16 4 Batteries: Karger and Bliss; Mc Ginnity, Crandall and Bresnahan. Western League. At Pueblo R. H. E. Des Molncs 8 6 2 Pueblo 8 15 2 Batteries: Witherup and Weigert; James and Smith. At Omaha R. H. E. Omaha 6 6 1 Lincoln 4 7 1 Batteries: Sanders and Gonding; Hendricks and Sullivan. At Denver R. H. E. Sioux City 6 9 4 Denver 11 4 Batteries: Furchner and Shea; OlmMtead and McDonough. American Association. At Kansas City: First game, Kan sas City 1, Minneapolis 0. Second game, Kansas City 5, Minneapolis 2. At Milwaukee: Fir.t game, Milwau kee 3, St. Paul 2. Second game, Mil waukee 8. St Paul 8. At Louisville: Louisville 8, To ledo 1 At Columbus: Columbus 2, Indi anapolis 1. Twenty-Five Cents Is the Price of Peace. The terrible Itching and smarting. Incident to certain akin diseases. Is almost Instantly allayed by applying Chamberlain's Salve. Price. 25 cents. For sale by all druggists. Are you looking for something? Re member the want columns of The Evening Citizen are for your especial benefit. It talks to the people and they talk to you. WANTED WANTED Horse and buggy for their keep. Apply F. C. Wright, care Union CentTsl Life Ins. Co. WANTED Good second-hand safe, from 1.000 to 1,600 pounds. A 4 dress 214 West Gold. WANTED By young lad? nurse to take care of invalid, big wages not the object. Address M Citizen. WANTED Ladles to call and see our new styles In millinery at reduced prices. Crane Millinery and Dress , making Co., corner Fifth and Cen tral avenue. Ladles' tailoring and dressmaking. Apprentices wanted. WANTED To trade department store stock In the best town In Michigan, for Albuquerque proper ty. Address K. A. L., Cltlsen office. WANTED Anthracite coal miners at Madrid, New Mexico. Mines work ing full time. Apply to James Lamb, superintendent. W ANTED Mad am Steward limb wishes to engage makers and ap prentices for the fall season before leaving for New York. Apply 210 South Second street WANTED For U. S Army: Able bodied unmarried men between ages of 18 and 85; citizen of United States, of good character and temperate habit, who can speak, read and write English. For Information apply to Recruiting Of ficer. 208 E. Central Ave., Albu querque, N. M. SALESMEN WANTED Capable salesman to cov er New Mexico with staple line. High commissions, with $100 monthly advance. Permanent posi tion to right man. Jess H. Smith Co.. Detroit. Mich. WAN1L.D Live, energetic men tor 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. SALESMANFtrst class all round hustler to cover unoccupied terri tory selling staple line to , retail trade. Technical knowledge un necessary. Permanent to right man. $30.00 weely. Expenses ad vanced. Frank R. Jennings, 8alea Manager, Chicago. ONE exclusive agent for every town to take orders for made-to-measure suits for men and women; $100 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. Th Eagle Tailoring Co., Dept. $7, 212-218 Franklin St., Chl eago. AMR! TIul'S MKN WANTED Why work for small salary? You can earn $25 to $150 per day: others are doing It; you can do likewise. If you desire to Increase your sal ary and elevate yourself, write for our free book, "How to Become a Professional Auctioneer.' Address Chicago School of Auctioneering. Royoe Fldr.. Chicago. WANTED High class salesman for New Era safety accounting system for banks, merchants and profes sionals. Wonderful opportunity. Plew & Motter Co., 2516 Wabanh Ave., Chicago. WANTED A real genome salesman, a man who his ability and who will work for us as hard and eonsclen tously as he would for himself, to represent us exclusively in Arlsona and New Mexico. We have a large, well known and In every way first class line sf Calendars, Advertis ing Specialties and Druggists La- oeia ana Boxes, ana our line la so attractive and varied that each and every business In every town In the country, without regard to alse, can ba successfully solicited. Our goods are very attractive, but no more so than our reasonable prices, and w 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 $(0 to $110 per week. Must be ready to commence work at once. Commissions liberal. Our company waa organised In 1882. We are capitalized for $200,000. W state this simply to show that we are responsible and mean business. If you do. It 111 pay you to writ to write 1 Sales Manager, Merchants Publish. ng Co., Kalamasoo, Mich. Ekicloe thla advertisement with your appll cation. EVERYBODY READS THE AL BUQUERQUE CITIZEN BECAUSE WE GET THE NEWS FIRST. KILLthcCCUCH md CURE the LUNCS wi Dr. King's Nov Discovery raics run k . m a"nl- aVam ak sa r OLDS Trial Bsttle Fres AND Al t. THROAT AND IUNG TROUBLES. GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY OB MONEY IUEIUWDZIX PERSONAL PROPERTY LO..W3 MONEY to LOAN On Furniture, Pianos, Organ Horses, Wagons and other Chattels also en SALARIES AND WAREHOUSE RE CEIPTS, as low a $10 and as high aa $200. Loans art quickly made and strictly private. Time: On month to one year given. Oood remain In yout possession. Our rate are reas onable. Call and ee us before tor rowing. THE HOrSEHOI.D LOAN CO. Steamship tickets te and from all part of the word. Room 2 and 4, Orant Bldg. $03 H West Railroad Ava. PRIVATE OFFICES Open Evenings. Miscellaneous AGENTS WANTED To sell guaran teed safety raxor; prise 60c; bis; profits; every man who shaves buy one. Standard Supply Co., 2017 Whitman St., Cincinnati, Ohio. WANTED Agents, either sex, earn $60 to $100 per week selling ex quisitely embroidered pongee allk waist pattern, dresa pattern, drawn work waist. National Im porting Co., Desk D, Broadway, New Torh. AGENTS wanted for the most rapid selling household necessity ea earth. Every woman buy one on sight Send 10 cent for sample and full Information to Bale Man ager, 1$2 Brlnckerhoof Ave, Utlca, New York. HONEST AOENTS 30 days' credit New circular ready. Soapt selling better than aver. W.-tte. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. $l.i PER WORD Inacrt classified ads. In $ leading papers In U. si Bend for list The Dake Advertis ing Agency, 427 South Main street, Los Angeles. MARRY your choice. Particular peo. pie, everywhere. Introduced with out publicity; no fakes; details free. Address, A. C, box 1238, Los An galea, OeJ. AGENTS introduce SOPASTE to factories, railroad ahops, etc. Re mores grease dirt quickly; Immense aalea; amailng profits. Parker Chemical Co., Chicago. MARRY your choice. Partvcular peo. pie, everywhere, Introduced without publicity; no fakes; details free. Ad. dress, A. C, box 1838. Los Angeles, Calif.- AGENTS WANTED We want life In surance agents at various points In the territory. Previous experience not necessary. This Is an agent's company and every anen '-! n eiiuul chance, liberal contract and no barriers to recognlilon of merit and Industry. We provide the ni efficient and only practical c--t eratlve system of assisting agents. Call on or write Southwestern Un derwriters Co., General Agents, Oc cidental Life Building, Albuquer que, N. M. MALE HELP ASTHMA, hay fever sufferers, I have found a liquid that cures. If you want free bottle send six cents In stamps for postage. Address T, (lorham, Grand Rapids, Mich. 475 Shepard Bldg. WANTED Traveling men and sollo'- tors calling on druggists, confection ers, etc., covering Albuquerque inu aurroundlng territory and states, to carry our celebrated line of choco lates on good commission basis. Bowes Allegrettl, 35 River St., Chi cago. WANTED By lobbing house, men to sell rugs, linoleum, etc., on commis sion. Men calling upon small trade preferred. Comparatively little weight or bulk to sample. Care "Linoleum," room 1201, No. 108 Fulton street. New York. WANTED Salesman, experienced in any line, to sell general trade In New Mexico. Liberal commission with $3S weekly advance. One salesman earned $1,262. $2, his first two months with us. The Contin ental Jewelry Co., Cleveland, Ohio MIK WAIlM-WEATIIF.lt SALADS, One of the prettiest of the lunch eon or supper salads Is made by cut ting the tops from a green papper, re. moving the neeils with a knife or stick they burn the skin if touched with the fillers and filling the bas ket thus made with chicken or lobster salad." says Christine Terhune Her rlck In the August Woman's Home companion. -Each pepper may be plttwa on 8 "ltuc ea' and crowned '"' a spoon'ui or mayonnaise. An mer kuiuij is prepared vy noilowing a tomato and filling It with dice or cucumber, or peeling a cucumber, cutting It In half lentrthwlse. scooping out the inside and replacing this with dice of tomatoen. Serve either to mato or cucumber on a lettuce leaf, and garnish with cucumber ribbons. Thene are made by shaving the peel from the outside of a cucumber and then slicing this. Take a slice It should be rather thick and with a harp knife cut this in a spiral, as you would pare an apple. The shav ing must be very thin, as It Is not long before th seedy center Is reach, ed, and only the flesh of the cucum ber will serve for the ribbons. Cu cumber boats filled with shrimps are a satisfactory dish for a cold supper. Mayonnaise is served with thin, or a good boiled dressing. The cucumbers halved and filled with other alleed or diced cucumber, served on lettuce, garnished with cucumber ribbons and with strips of the scarlet sweet pep per cut very thin, make a good dish." 4444i tltttttttttttlUMttHM 1 YYXYXXYrXXXIXXIXTYXXXXYlM Davis &Zearing The Complete House Furnishers 203 W. Gold Are. Have the finest thing- In the oven lino fnr A una no iraonlin. Call and let us show them to you. PRICE $2.25 3 LXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX CCXXXaXXXXXXXXXXjrjnrjoCTXXXJO FOR RENT 23 room room lng honse, new and modern; will be ready about Sept. 1, 0S. FOR KENT 3 store rooms, alse 25x50 ft; good location. FOR SALE Rooming honse, 28 rooms, doing good bnatnea centrally located; reason for selling. FOR SALE Modern 8 room residence, brick, good location, on terms or cash; $4,000. Get a Travelers' Accident and Health Policy. Money to Loan. M. L. 8CHTJTT, 210 Bonth Second Street. MORE BARGAINS IN RANCHES. Fifteen acres of very good land under Irrigation, four miles north of town, well fenced with barbed wire and cedar poets; $780.00 cash. Fifty acres first class Irrigated land, three miles from the dty, under high slate of cultivation, fenced with barbed wire and. l.nge cedar posts; price per acre, $75. OU. About 100 acres of first class Irrigated land, located four ml lee north of town, 50 acres under cultivation (last year waa plauled In wheat), well fenced with four win and cedar posts, main ditch runs through land "tie perfect. Price for tlie whole iraci, for a short time only t05uo.no This Is a map for somebody. A. MONTOYA Rent Estate and Loans. Natary Public. $15 W. Gold Ave. A little forethought may save you no end of trouble. Anyone who makes It a rule to keep Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy at hand knows this to be a fact. For sale by all druggists. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that a meet ing of the stockholders of Th Albu querque Eastern Railway Company, on September 1, 1208, at I o'clock p. m., at the general offlce of th company In the city of Albuquer que, New Mexico, has been called by in Board or Directors, for th pur pose or taking into consideration an agreement of consolidation and merg er of the Santa Fa Central Railway Company and Th Albuquerque East ern Railway Company, and taking a vote, by ballot, for the adoption or rejection of the sam. and for th transaction of any ther business that may be brought before th meeting. W. B. HAGAlf, Secretary. ASOaMED ADVERTISING CLVB5 GfArtERKA CONVENTION KANSAS CITY tAVG.26.2z PHYSICIANS DR. SOLOMON L. BURTOOI Highland office tit goat w. Sli . w . Duwi. raoai 1010. DR8. BRONSOJf A BRONSKkH Ilomeoratthle Phrslelsna geona. Over Yann's Drug Office tit: Residence mi. DENTISTS DR. J, E. KRAFT Dental Surgery Rooms 9 and S, Barnett Over O'KlnlW'a Ttrnx Appointment male by 1-none Til EDMUND J. ALGER, D, D. A. OfOoe hours, 9 a. m. to 13:M p. 1 1.80 to t p. m. Anointments made by asJL SOt West Central Avenue. Ptavesa LAWYERS R. W. D. Bryan Attorney at Law Office, First National Bank lliilliltaaj. Albuquerque, N. M. - E. W. DOBSON Attorney at Law Office, Cromwell Block ' ' Albuquerque, N. M. IRA M. BOND Attorney at Law IViiKiofis, Land Patents. Copyrights. Caveats. Letter Pntents, Trade) Mnrk. Claims. 82 V Street, N. !., Waalilngton. D. t THUS. K. D. MADDISON. Attorney at Law. Office 1 IT West Gold A venae ARCHITECT F. W, SPENCER Architect 1221 South Walter. Pfaoate INSURANCE B. A. SLEYSTER Insurance, Real Estate, Notary 1 Public I PubUo Ml. Room 1$ and 14, Cromwell Albuauerque, N. M. Phone 1M A. E. WALKER 1 -'Fire Insurance. Secretary Mutual Bulkitng , 81T West Central Avenwa. VETERINARY WILLIAM B ELD EX- - .. . ... Veterinary. Surgery and Dentistry a 402 Pouth Edith Pheoe AOS. Hair Dresser and Chiropodist. Mrs. Bambini, at ner panor posit th Aivarada and nest door Sturgea' cafe, la prepared to glv thorough scalp treatment, do hatt dressing, treat corns, bunion and taw ""mil uaii. one gives maasagja irmuneni ana manicuring. a liamblni's own preparation of e piexion cream Duiids up the akin guaranteed not to be injurious. Bh iuuruv.B inn nnir.ni.tmn ibo prepare a nair ionic oat ears and prevents dandruff and hair fj Ing out: restores life to dead hatrl removes moles, wart and "'r-fli-m hair. Massags treatment by vibrate mnchinAB ITni mnv bl.mlak r. . b face call and consult Mrs. Bambini Help for Those Who Have Stoma Trouble. After doctorlne fnr attmit tmmm years for a bad stomach trouble, spending nearly five hundred doll for medietas nd A twtftr tAmm V chaned my wife on bos of Chamber 1 lain a stomactt ana Liver T hi its, which did her sa much mnA H continued to use them and they have aone ner more good than all of taa medicine I bought before. Samoa Bover. Folsom. Tnvi Thla milA Is for sale by all druggists. Sample free. fa Resolved that all orders for m supplies of any and all klnda and for all purposes be made oat si on th regular requisition blank or th Irrigation Congress pro- vlded for that purpose, and said requisition must be aimed m chairman of th auditing com- mlttee, or In hi absence by th Li acting chairman; that all bin Incurred must be properly 1 Touchered before payment and audited at any msetlnc at m SI- auditing committee, by the chairman of said committee, or la his absence by th acting 4 chairman. BERfTHOLD SPITZ, s rhalrmAB av D. M ACVHK RsriM. an GEO RGB 1RNOT k. m