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ALBUQUERQUE CITIZEN. tJkam mm eii Hotels and Resorts For Information concerning any of tba ptaca dve UMd In thla column and for descriptive lltaratura, call at Tha Ctln office or writ to tha Advertising .Manager, Alb-'nuerque Cltlsen. Alboquarqaa, H. M. AONKW BANt TA MUM, BAN DIEOO, CALIFORNIA Handsomest and best equipped establishment of lta kind In the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and combine the comforts and luxuries of the home. 8an Diego Is noted for Its on climate the year aro"id. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at ' The Cltlsen Office. RARAOIBC VALLEY BANlTAflUM A well equipped medical and surgical establishment like BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM. Absolutely the only sanitarium In Southern Call fornla having a cool summer climate every day delightfully sunny. OVER LrOOKINO SAN DIEGO BAT AND THE PACIFIC. Booklet at Cltlsen office r by writing H. W. Lindsay, Manager, National City, Calif. LOMA IJN'D.V SANITARIUM. Lome Linda, or Hill Beautiful, Is rje name of one of Southern Califor nia's most beautifully located aanltar turns, near Redlands, sixty miles east f Loa 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 L Inda Sanitarium, Lout Linda, Calif. BIMIM HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, Loe Angelc. Tlie moat curative treat ment for rheumatism. Beautiful scenery, cool ocean breeae. Hot Spring water In every room, no noise, no dust, no tlixt. Street car to door. Pmmphleta at Cltlsen office or by writing Dr. G. V. Tape. Medical Supt. 'r u. -Mto,, ; .. i. , ,ii,n A. J. OTK1W), Pms). -7... -.-'Y,..? AN IDEAL SUMMEK AND HEALTH RESORT. Cliff dene-on-the-Pccos Located among pine-clad hills on the Pecos river, 1 mllea from Rowe tatlon on the main line of the A. T. & S. F. Good hunting and fishing makes this the most delightful resort in New Mexico.. We meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. Parties commg on days not stated kindly write me. Kate 11.50 per day. 8.00 per week. Meals 60c. Transportation from station 81.00. Mrs. H. E. Bergmann. Rowe. N. M. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES TWO NEW ILZVATORS NEW FIRE. PROOFING Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Improvements made this season for ....... Ccsv85.ter.co, Cccifart, and Safety. Headquarters for New Mexico Elecitric Cars to acd. frcm Railway leots, also Ileach and Mountain lle som, step at Our deer Tht HcUtnbtck Hotel lata is More Wpular '1 ban Ever REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Life Insurance Co. Of New Mexico and Arizona y It is a home industry. It keeps the money at home and makes it available to pro mote local enterprises. It wroe 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. . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING. HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 THE Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkote Riding First and Marquette Albtxqtserqae, New Mexico HOTEL A1UUVALS. Grand Central. L. Maxwell, Las Vegas; L. Kerney. Denver; John H. Vaughn, East Las Vegas: A. F. Toungsten, Las Vegas; n. Martlnex, Santa Fe; M. LarragolteJ Santa Fe; s. A. iiorton, jiousion, Texas; Misses Pon, Santa Fe; W. J. Hanna, San Marclal; Charles Hanna, San Marclal. Cralge, J. L. Poole and wife, Georgetown, Texas: T. H. Hewlspath, 21 Paso; Mrs. Mary Mauler, Pialnvlew, Texas; Thomas Owens, Thoreau, N. M-; A. A. Goln, Jacksboro, Ark.; D. A. Kimbrel, Ellda, N. M.; E. W. L. Bayard, Den ver. Bturgea. E. C. Schmltt, St. Joseph, Mo.; A. Menlch. Sr., Las Vegas; J. 11. Me. Cutchsn, Mexico; Mrs. W. F. Grounds, 1 STONEHOTEL ami HOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stage lino from fiernnlillo to Jemez Hoi (Springs in one day. Stage leaves Ber nalillo Tuesday A Saturday TICKETS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S John S. Mitchell NEW furniture; NEW PLUMBING J. H. O'Rielly, Sec'y and Gen. Mgr. 401 West Central Ave. Mozier, Arlx.; R. W. Hunt, Mountaln alr; Bort Wallets, Prescott. Arlx.; Al bert F. Vohs, Bernalillo; Harry Vohs, Bernalillo: C. U Ballard. Roawell; L. Trowbridge, Roawell; J. W. Bailey, Lawrence, Kan.; J. J. Jaffa, wife and son, Roswell. AlTarado, R. H. Jaffa. New York: W. M. Jaf fa, New York; Miss Peekman, Santa te; George Beuckmann. 6t. Louis, Mo.; E. Franklin, Kansas City, Mo.; W. F. Hogan, Dolores, N. M. William Archer, Topeka. Kan.; J. O. Best, Kansas City, Mo.; J. M. Levin, Kan sas City, Mo.; J. D. Puree), Chicago; C. M. Stockham, Topeka, Kan. Savoy. C. H. Vaughn and wife, Clovls; Mrs. E. Smith, Vaughn. IiOfI0. "8 JERSEY FARM FOR PURE ICE CREAM. SANTA FE DEFEATS T THE PA01LLA CLAN Superior llac Running on the lart of tlx- An4ent t'au-xxl Morrow lu Uie Mareliis Pueblo Yentcrduy. Santa Ke won from the'' Barelas Grays yesterday by superior base run ning. The hits were even and Uie errors were even, but fat base run ning gave the Ancient City bunch the winning run. Hidalgo started in to pitch for Uarelas but was hit o free ly in the first three Innings that Pa dllla saw fit to send In Weeks, who took the rubber with two men n bases and one out and retired the aide without a score. Every Inri.ng, however, the visitors continued to get men on buses and dangerously near th scoring place. It may be said to the credit of Mr. Weeks that ho pitched himself out of several very bad holes. Pettus, for Santa Fe, was dangerous all through the game. He went to f.rst every time to bat, either by hltiing or walk ing, and filched second each time without a slruggie. With Pettus out of the game, and a less dangerous man in his position behind the bat, Santa Fe and Hareiaa would be of equal strength to a toss-up. The big negro will put any team in the south west off Its feet at the bat or on bases. Old Cap. McDonald used to know the kind of a ball that I'tilui could not connect with, but no catch er or pitcher in the New Mexico brush of today has the combination. Lopez pitched heady ball all through the game and was able to pull himself out of tight places when occasion demanded until the ninth, when the clan of Padlila fell upon him for two doubles and two singles, netting two runs, and came ao near tying the score that at one time even money that the score would be tied looked like a good bet. Perea was caught at the plate by a throw from Parsons in the right field when a little faster sprinting on his part would have t ed the score. The score: llurelas Grays. Players AU H H PO A E Perea, c 4 2 1 7 2 J Alarld, ss 5 1 2 4 4 0 Hidalog, p. and lb.' 5 0 4 4 2 1 Salazar, 3 b 5 0 0 4 0 0 Weeks, lb. and p.. 4 0 0 2 0 0 Pena, rf 4 0 1 2 1 0 Xarvlce, cf 4 0 0 1 0 1 De Bla-ssi, if 4 0 1 1 0 0 Uouzules, 2b 4 0 1 2 1 0 Totals 39 3 10 27 10 4 Stinta Fc. Tlayers AU R H PO A E Stnnton l,b 5 0 0 7 0 1 J .Vanburg, cf. . . . 4 1 1 2 0 0 Tarr, ss 5 0 1 6 0 1 Pettus ,c 4 1 2 8 2 0 . l'ursons, rf 2 0 0 1 1 0 Lopes, p 4 0 1 0 2 0 J. AM ,lf 4 0 0 1 0 0 H. Alarld. 2b 4 2 3 1 3 1 Howen ,3b 4 0 2 1 1 1 Totals 36 4 10 27 4 4 .Score by innings:- H.irlea 100 000 002 3 10 4 Santa Fe 110 100 100 4 10 4 Two base hits. Hidalgo. Hit oy pitched ball, Perea. Struck out, by Hidalgo 1, by Weeks 6, by Lopes 6. Hases on balls, off Hidalgo 2, off Weeks 2. Stolen bases, Stanton. Pet tus 2, H. Alarld, Bowen, Weeks, Perea. Passed balls, Perea 2. Time of samp, 2 hours and 15 minutes. Um pire, Snapper Hale. BELEN SLUGGERS DEFEAT CARTHAGE HIGHLANDERS lleekwitli Wuh Too Klusive and the Scot is Couldn't Hit Hi" Curve. H li n. N. M., July 27. (Spoclul). The Helen sluggers met and con quered the mighty Scots of Carthage on the former's field yesterday, mak ing the victory amply secure by a score of 12 to 4. The Scots Tell on Beck wlth'g fhoots in the initial Inning for four hits, resulting in as many runs, but after the first scrimmage the twlrler for the railroad metropolis settled down and was invincible for the remaining eight Inniiiga. Crow was on the firing line, fur Carthage and was hit hard and frequently. A large and t-nthuslastic crowd wit nessed the game. The score: Belen 334 002 00 12 Carthage 400 000 000 4 Summary: Hits, Carthago 4, Helen II; bases on balls, off Crow 3; hit by pitched ball, Bock with 2, Crow 1; er rors, Carthage 11, Helen 4; strikeouts, Heckwith 3. Crow 11. Umpires, Web er and Miller. CENSOR JUSTIFIED ON "THREE WEEKS" PLAY According to ThNe Wlto Saw tlie Au llur in I'rivato Production, tlie I'luy Ih Worse Than I lie IVook. London, July 27. Mrs. Elenor Glyn save u private performance of her own dramatization of her novel, "Three Weeks," at the Adelphl the ater here today. Public produc tion of tlie play hus been forbidden here by the censor. In the opinion of those present at today's performance the censor was Justified In putting his ban on It on account of its queerness from a moral standpoint and Its bad taste. The play Is not even interesting, the critics say. Mrs. Glyn herself played the prin cipal role, the reason given for her doing so being that she was unable to disoover an actress capable of fully portraying this part. For an ama teur she did well. Mrs. Glyn has written a prologue for the play, which Is even more ex plicit and unpleasant than her book. Site has arranged for the production of the play In the I'nited States, and the performance was in the nature of a full-dress rehearsal. The house wa crowded with thoe she Invited . Place an ad. In The Citizen and watoti it work for you. SMALL BOYS .HELD ON SERIOUS CHARGE They Are Accused of AbductJmr lur. i Uen-Vei-(H.l Ulrl Iahi Friday. Jose Trujlllo and Louis Bertone, 14 and It years of age, were brought be fore Judge McClellan this morning to answer a charge made by Bartolo Chaves, who says that they took his daughter, Lena Chaves, under 14 years of age, to the Vendome hotel on South First street without the consent of her parents. The hearing was set for 10 o'clock, but continued owing to the large crowd present, ss It was feared that the girl would break down in the presence of so many spectators. The boys were placed In JU yesterday. Both have very bad records, accord ing to a statement presented to the court by W. C. Heacock, who has been retained by the girl's parents to pros ecute the case. This statement says, regarding the Bertone boy, that he has been in the county jail several times for minor offenses. On one occasion he threatened to kill his step father, Appleton by name, and nu merous times he has thrown stones at houses. The statement Is signed by the boy's mother and a large num ber of native people. The Trujlllo boy Is one of two small children of a widow woman working as a domestic at the Craig hotel. No one appeared In the court on behalf of the boys and Judge Mc Clellan appointed Attorney J. Benson Newell to defend them. The alleged abduction is said to have taken place on Friday night of lnst week. According to a statement made by Trujlllo. he and the Bar- tone boy met Lena Chaves at the Al va rail o laundry and started to go home with her. She told them that she did not want to go home, but had $1 and proposed that they go to the Vendome hotel, which they dl1. The girl paid for the room, according to Trujlllo's statement. Both ljoys pleaded not guilty to the charge made against them and a con tinuance was taken In the hearing until 3 o'clock this afternoon. 8AN0 PLAYS CONCERT Program Arranged For I-at Sunday and Postponed on Account of Italn Will Ito Give,, at the lurk. The rain last night spoiled the usual Sunday evening concert, but the Gra jy band intends to keep its prom ise of giving one concert a week and will pluy the program arranged for Sunday night at the Robinson park tomorrow night. The concert begins at 7:45 and the program Is as follows: March "American Favorite." Walta "Return of Luve." Saxophone solo A'- aielody. Mr. King Stacy. Fantasia Hungarian. (Intermission of ten minutes.) Traumerel. 1 ntermezzo Solo. Waltz "La Serenata." Selection from "The Red Mill" (by request). "Star Spangled Banner." . MAKCELLUS C. GRADY. NEW PICTURES AT CRYSTAL T01HT Two reels of new moving pictures und tx. new Illustrated song will b given at the Crystal today, together with Carrolton, the blackface coined'- , an, and the Hellefonts, European nov I city acrobats and hund-to-hand bal ancers. Some of the very latest com ic subjects out are promised and a I new Edison feature subject will be tne mainstay of the picture part, of It. .Mile. Marie Bclletfont, the little strong woman who performs this week, is the wonder of a lifetime. She holds a heavy man s weight upon her head several times during the course of the Belief outs' extraordinary act. Every one should take this In by Wedncs day light, as It is the only novelty act of an acrobatic nature appearing among the bookings for some time to come. NEW FILM EVERY NiGHT Commencing with last night's per formance the Colombo Installed an other innovation which will increase the popularity of that already popu lar theater. Hereafter one new film, containing one set or more of pic tures, will be shown every night. By this method of one new film every night, and an entire change three times a week, there will be something doing all the time at the Colombo. The show will be practically changed every night. The feature film last night was "The Ship Owner's Daugh ter," and was well worth seeing, "tielf Sacrifice," "The Airship," "Why Jen kins Wears the Blue Ribbon" and "The Hypnotist," a.l first class films, were also seen at last night's perform ance. The entire change of program, pictures and illustrated songs, will be made Tuesday night. It Can't Be neat. The best of all teachers Is experi ence. C. M. Harden Of Silver City, North Carolina, says: "I find Elec tric Bitters dona all that's claimed for It. For stomach, liver and kidney troubles it can't be beat. I have tried It and find it a most excellent medi cine." Mr. Harden Is right: lt'a tat best of all medicines also for weak ness, lame back and all run down conditions. Best too for chills and malaria. Sold under guarantee by all dealers. 60c Our shirt and collar work Is per feet. Our "DOMlSiTIC FINISH is the proper thing. We lead others follow. IMrEKLiL LATJXMIY CO. TOMORROW EVENING COMPLAINANT HELD; . , DEFENDANT FREED IXmrt IMraiilsMcil ttane and Asmcsms IXwt Against TlMine Who Filed Cliargcs Because They Wouldn't Keep Quiet. Because Fred Anaya and his wife, who were complainants In a case of aoMtult with words against John Wal ters, the baker at the French bakery, would not be quiet when he told them to, Judge McClellan this morning dis missed the case against Walters and assessed the costs against the com plainants. According to the testimony of Anaya, he and hi wife were attending a local theater Saturday night when Walters called him. a "damn Mexi can." Mrs. Anaya told the court that If Walters had said that to her she would have blacked his eye and blooded his nose. Displaying much emotion, she said that her husband had been grossly Insulted. Judge W. C. Heacock, who appear, ed for Walters, said that he did not deem the calling of a person a Mex ican an Insult, any more than the calling of a person an American. Mr. Anaya and Judge Heacock entered ln to an argument about the status of the word "Mexican." Anaya con tended that he was a Spanish-American. It was when Mrs. Anaya took the stand and said that if Walters had called her what he called her hus band she would have resented It most forcibly that the court dismissed the case. Anaya remained In the custody of the police while his wife went to seek a bond for an appeal of the case. FORMER INSANE PATIENT GIVEN NIGHT'S LODGING He Wan Reloaded Recently From Asylum and Sent to Albuquer que on His) Way to Grunt County. William Ferris, who says that his home is iu Grant county, New Mexico, and that he was released a few days ago from the asylum at Las Vegas, where he was sentenced for insanity by Judge Frank W. I'arker, appealed to the police last night for a place to sleep, and was given a bunk In the' city Jail. When released this morn ing Ferris said that he had no money but he thought that he had friends In the city who would help him. He said that when released from the asylum h was given a ticket to Albuquerque , and had seventy cents. He said that he was a miner by occupation but waa . a pretty fair carpenter and hoped to , get work If he couldn't continue hi' journey homeward. Ferris appeared to be about 66 years of age. His clothes were slight- ' ly worn but neat and clean. He , talked freely of the action of the court In sending him to the asylum, and said that though he was a little weak now he would soon be strong und able to do hard work. steel mi mi tRG REPORT Steady luumiHo In All Lines of HunI uchh Is J-'ound by the Muii agera, New York. July 27. -That there is a gradual, steady increase in progress in all lines of business was the opin ion expressed by the presidents of the I various subsidiary companies of the , United States Steel corporation at a . meeting here, according to a state- merit given out by President W. E. I Corey of the parent company after the meeting. Corey said the reports of the steel men present were uniformly favora ble. He said that about 06 per cent of the finishing capacity of the vari ous plants controlled by the United States Steel corporation were now in operation and that additional capaci ty would be put In operation as con ditions warrant. MISTOOK I.KTTKIl BOX lm A UAHUAUK C.W Dropping mail In the garbage cans Is becoming quito a frequent mistake in this city. This morning passersby noticed two natives standing by one of the large tin mall boxes which are distributed around the city to receive packages and newspapers and which were mistaken for garbage cans by tne natives. They were in a very '.l. atcd discussion. They seemed very excited and nervous and upon seeing Chief McMlllln coming down the street thev hurrledlv aunrouched him fand ;n very broken Engllh one of them U'd the ofilcc-r of the law that his irrtner, who Just came to the city from the country, had dropped ve:y valuable document by mistake ! r. i the "garbage can. "They'll get It all rijl t, said M'l' M't in whereupon thj native, thin. ing he meant-the garbage man, grew excited. The chief assured the two that the mail man and not the garb age collector would , get the letter. NfricE roit rrnucATiov. Depar.ment of the Interior, U. 8. Land Office at Santa Fe, N. M., July 8, 1808. Notice Is hereby given that Robert Thompson, of Casa Blanca, N. M who, on June 19th, ltOI, i..ad Horns, stead Application, No. 7644 (serial number 0179). for NW14 NWH. 8H N'W'4 and NEH 8WU, 8eetlon 14, Township 8 N., Range W.. N. M. P. Meridian, has filed notice of Intention to make Final Five-year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before George H. Pradt, U. S. Court Commissioner, at Laguna, N. M.. on the t4th day of August. 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: R. Q. Marmon, of Laguna, N. M.J Louis Kowunl, of Casa Blanca, N. M.; Oorl bio Kowunl, of Ossa Blanca. N, M.; Levantonto Sarrallno, of Paguata, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. li r-.i . Register. QUICK CLEARANCE , OF OUT-DOOR FURNITURE ALBERT FABER J?g g-, 1 1 DR. CHAS. A. FRANK Physician and Surgeon ROOMS 4 AND 5 HARNETT DLDO. Hours 9 to 1 1 A. M. 2 to 5 P, M. 7 to 8 P. M. TELEPHONE 1079. K3OfKJ00000000K 50c 50c FOR ONE MONTH CLAIRVOYANT-'DcWitt T. Courtney The moat eminent, accurate and reliable Trance Clalrroyant hi the world has permanently located In yoiir cltj, and If you are In doabt or trouble) call and see him. He gives advice upon all affairs of Mf love. Law, Marriage, Divorce, Mining, Ileal Folate and change of all kinds. One visit will convince you of the powers of thin wonderful man, ami that you can obtain happiness, contentment and success through following his advice. 80.1 rentml Av-niie. Kooins 5 and B Hours, to 11 a. m., S to 8 p. m. Phone 149. 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.,i etc. R A ABE & M AUGER it 5-U 7 N. FIRST ST. Bargains! Bargains! These light payday It will pay you to look for bargains, and right here is where you will find the biggest bargains hundreds of them. tBo sun bonnets 15c ll.lt shirt waists 89o 60c girls' dresses. $1.75 men's shoes '. .11.89 83.00 ladles' oxfords 81.25 4 large boxes matches 9c Loose raisins, lb 9c Large cans tomatoes ,10c And hundreds of other bargains at CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 Ntrtb Sioaad WU. DOLDE, Prop. HOTEL DENVER Corner Second and Coal. 4) Best $1.60 per day bouse la 0 nit t ! IowmsI r&tM. wwik nr A month, American plan. Aoootn- 4) v uiooauons lip t"t. come. IKi you know that we onerarj SO maiiiiiii's lit our plant every day r Tliat's why we can make and st-U window frames for brick at 91.80; screen doom at 81.00; porch swings at IS.Ot). Superior Planning Mill Our work la RIGHT it every de partment. IlubUl Laundry Co. T'HE balance of our stock ol Porch and Lawn Furni ture Rockers, Chairs, Settees, in Old Hickory, Arts and Crafts, Bentwood and Willow, will be sold this week at the Greatest Bargain Trices yet. Furnish your porch and lawn attractive'y and comfort ably with high-grade furniture with prices less than usual prices of inferior makes. Cam. and See Our Line 04090fK)SOCOSOOOtOaOAC10SOfl 50c Phone No. 74. Goods Delivered w www wwww ww ww ST. VINCENT ACADEMY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL For Voting Ludies and Misses. In Charge of the SISTERS OF CHARITY t Corner 6 1 ti St. and New York Are For Particulars, Address SlHTEU Bl'PKKIOK. Kii Gramle Valley Land On. JOHN BORRADAILE Ileal Estate and Investments Colleect Itenu of City Realty Office, Corner Third and Gold Av. Phone 545 Albuquerque, N. M i(M Wmsi Railroad 4voo Don't Forget The ILBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When In need of snail, door, frame, etc Screen work specialty. 400 Sooth Fin street. Telephone 401. It Is not what you pay for advertis ing, but what advertising PATS GU, that makes it valuable. Our rates are lowest lor equal servloa. 4