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AIBUQUERQUi; CITIZEX. 9aqm rrrm A Hotels and Resorts For Information concerning any of th places dyr Ikcd In this column and (or deaorlptW Utera-tur, . call at Tha Cltlsen of flea or writ to tha Advertising , Manager, . Alb;'nuerque Cltlsen. Albnquarqua, N. M. AONEW SANITARIUM, SAN OlftOO, CALIFORNIA Handsomest and best equipped establishment of Its kind In the west, offer at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and combine the comforts and luxuries of the home. San Diego la noted for Its van climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet at The Cltlsen Office. PARADISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgical establishment Ilka BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM. Absolutely the only sanitarium in Southern Call fornla having a cool summer climate; every day delightfully sunny. OVER LOOKING SAN DIEGO BAT AND THE PACIFIC. Booklet at Cltlsen office or by writing H. W. Lindsay, Manager. National City, Calif. SAN DIEGO SEMINARY SAN DIEGO, CALIF. A select School for Girls and Toung Women. Prepares for high grade Colleges and Universities. Superior advantages In Voice, Music, Art, Elocu tion, Languages, Athletics Swimming Gymnastics etc. A most superb home with attractive grounds. School opens Sept. ltth. Write for catalogue, Mrs, F. A. Woodln Bus. Mgr. ' . - k. 3. OTERO, Pray. 7 r B STONE HOTEL JEMFHOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stage line from Bernalillo to Jeruez Hot Springs in one day. Stage leaves Ber nalillo Tuesday A Saturday TICKETS SOLD AT W. L TRIMBLE'S AN IDEAL SOD1EK AND IIEALTU RESORT. Cliff 'dene-on-the-Pecos Located among pine-clad hills on the Pecos river, IH miles from Rowe station on the main line of the A. T. & 8. F. Good hunting and fishing makes this the most delightful resort In New Mexico. Wa meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. Parties coming on days not stated kindly writ me. Kates $1.60 per day. $8.00 per week. Meals 60c. Transportation from station $1.00. Mrs. H. E. Bergmann. Rowe. N. M. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW ELEVA TORS NEW FIRE-PROOFINO NEW furniture; NEW PLUMBINO Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Improvements made this season for i Coiven.er ce, CcrLfort and Safety. Headquarters for New Mexico Electric-. Cars to and, from Railway. Depots, also Beach and Kcuntain Re sorts, stop it our ccor Tht HcUiafcxct Hotel Cafe Is More Popular 1 han Ever REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD PATRONIZE THE Occidental Life Insurance Co. Of New Mexico and Arizona It is a home industry. It keeps the money at home and makes it available to pro mote local enterprises. It wrote 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 ver enacted. J. H. O'Rielly, JSec'y and Gtn. Mg;r. Joshua S. Raynolds, President. . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, KEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . Phone 1020 401 West Central Ave. T!Jf Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumtser, Glass, Cement and Rex Flintkota Boating First and Marquette Alboqoerqoe, New Mtxict Convenience - Comfort - Security Tha tal.phon. makes ths duties llfhtar. ths cares 1ms and ths worries fewer. The your health, protonff rr Utm lj I TOU NEED A TELEP HONE IN TOUR BOMB THE COLORADO TELEPHONE CO. I isrwwwwwworitcsiisosn omcmomc)mrmcimomum.mamjm m THORNTON THE CLEANER Cleans any and everything and doe it right. The best In tha outhwert. All h. asks U a trial. Clothes cleaned, repaired and pressed. Just oall up 10. Works, 117 & Walter. THE ENCAMPMENT WAS SUCCESSFUL, SAYS HAJOyUPPE National Guards Enjoy Them, selves and Learned Much Future Plans lor Guards BEST THE WOULD AFFORDS. "It gives me unbounded pltasur. to recommend Bucklen's Arnica ?alve." says J. W. Jenkins, of Chapel Hill. N C. "I am convinced It's the best salv the world affords. It cur.d a felon on my thumb, and It never falls to heal every sore, burn or wound to which It la applied, lie at all drug stores. The battalion of the New Mexico National guard arrived this morning about :0 o'clock from their ten days' encampment at San Antonio, Texas. The battalion 1, ft ifen An tonio about 4 o'clock Saturday, the 25th. and should have reached Albu querque yesterday evening between 5 and 6 o'clock. Company F of fvant'i Fe slopped here this morning from the time the special train bearing the guard arrived until 7 o'clock this morning. Company A from Lrfis Cru ces and Company L) from Silver City are lay.ng over he-re today, but will leave tonight for their respective sta tions. Major B. Ruppe, who was In com mand of the New Mexlct) battalion. In describing the trip and encampment, said: "We left Albuquerque one hour and forty minutes late, but the Santa Fe train made excellent time and got us into Amarlllo, ' Texas, on time, where we changed to the Fort Worth & Denver line, and it was this road that was to blame for our being de layed bo long in getting Into camp at Leon Springs. "This camp la far superior to the camp of two years ago at Austin. The mountains are devoid of scrub oak and the water is very good, thus elim inating the sickness of former en campments. The health of the bat talion was better than ever before on account of the favorable location. The greatest regret of the officers and the men was the lack of bathing facili ties. This is recognized by the army officers as well as those belonging to the National guard. The water supply was limited on account of the failure of two new wells to produce water; In one of them the drills were lost, and this left the camp with one well, which demanded the strictest econ omy in the use of water. "The other officers of the New Mex ico battalion and myself are unani mous in our verdet that we have never been better treated, nor asso ciated with a more sociable eel of of ficers than those met at this encamp ment. From General Meyers down, every regular officer seemed to be en deavoring to make it s comfortable and agreeable for us as possible, and we all wish thut at future maneuvers we may have the pleasure of meeting them. "The program, as laid out by Gen ral Meyers, avoided those long marches which served to make former maneuvers objectionable to the Na trona! guard and to the regulars. Our work In the morning, after the camp routine hud been finished, consisted of two hours of battalion instructions n the field under Colonel Jones, who was specially detailed as Instructor for the New Mexico battalion. In the afternoon from 3 until 5 o'clock, and ometlmes later, the battulion was In strutted in skirmish work and march- ng formation, showing the nuccsd&ry caulioa to be taken during actual Murfare The companies were pitted against each other in assaulting and taking strong positions. outpost work, sentry duty, cossack post and scouting were also included in our program. "on Thursday morning, commenc ing at ti o'clock, the New Mexico bat ta.ion uas put on the first line of rc- r.istunce representing the Blue forces against tile Browns. This was to in struct u.s how a small command can liaiiusb and delay a large advancing column. We had to retreat owing to over nelinlng forces on our front, we representing the rear guard and sup posed to protect our column from be ing outflanked. The battalion was complimented on its work, and on Friday the work consisted only of Na tional guard maneuvers in wliuli the New Mexico and Louisiana battalions fought against the Arkansas regiment. These maneuvers were also held un der instructions and umpires of the regular army, and I believe I express the sentiment not only of tiie New Mexico guard, but of those others who were there, thut this last camp was pre-eminent in its Instruction, und the officers and men actually expressed regret that we were allowed but ten days in camp. Formerly they were anxious to get home. The ftar de partment undoubtedly recognizes that men out of civil l fe cannot perform the fame hard duties required from one who makes soldiering his profes sion. "I have also to express my surprise at the lack of infraction of discipline. The nu n were well behaved on the train, and I feel satisfied that witn six more armories being constructed In New Mexico the di-Veloplllelll of the National guard should be rapid and the companies should contain liothihK but the best citizens and men who will look upon Joining the Na tional guard as a privilege and a credit. "A. I'. Tarkington, adjutant general of New Me-xioo, assisted by Col. K. C Abbott, had charge of the train going to and coming from the maneuvers. These men are both popular officers and owing to their good management the men were satisfied with their food, and being housed in tourist cars they enjoyed their trip. Oapt. L. U feld had charge of the commissary department and this was looked after in his usual business way. "Th U. ,S. Artilery band, the Nine teenth U. S. Lnfaritry band and the First Hcgiment band of Arkansas furnished the music, and even as late as taps, while resting quietly In our tents, we could hear the melodious strains of "II Trovatore" and other classical selections floating over the camp, pn Wednesday night the few Mexico battalion was serenaded by the officers and band of the Nine teenth U. S. infantry." I Major Rupp also told of an acci dent which happened on the way to the encampment. Before thn train reached Chllders, Texas.' Private Uoe brt of Company F of 8anta Fe rolled out of the -window during his sleep and it is miraculous that he was not killed. The track Is very bad st this point and the train was rocking so bdly that the young man, being small of stature, was thrown out of the window before he could catch himself. Fortunately for him the train was not moving very fat and It stopped at a siding about half a mile from the point of the accident. and by running or limping as best he could Goebel caught up with the train. Aside from the fact that his feet were quite badly torn from run ning barefooted and a few scratches from the fall, Goebel was not badly Injured. This was the only accident that occurred on the trip or during the encampment. "The road was In such abominable condition," said Major Huppe, "that Col. Abbott. Capt. llfcld and myse'f sat up until 1 o'clock until we Khould reach better track, which the con ductor Informed u would he reached when we got to Chllders. The track was wet, and with the broken ties the car wobbled so that only one ued to sea voyages could keep a footl'.ig. .Several times It became necessary for u to brace ourselves, fearing that every moment the cars would I'JH down the embankment. "The men had two pay-d.i i while n the trip. They were paid off by the United States paymive- wh'lo at Sun Antonio and on the train ieier- day thiy received their territorial py. This, with the Increase in thu regular pay, passed by the last Oonrev. wlt.i the additional pay from the frrltjry, gave the boys some spending nvirtj' and at least shorting th.sm that buth the government and tlv turrit ny Hie willing to pay them for their ser vices, even If it is only a small sum. All of the companies of the Nation al gtiaid are now starting Into rifle practice with their new rifles, and about tho 16th of August the rifle team must be ready to go to camp at Perry, Ohio, near tandusky. This as sures thoso w ho are lucky enough to make the required score another trip at the expense of Uncle Sam. The annual encampment will be held next year at Las Vegas, on the rifle ranee belonging to the guards. The maneuver encampments are held only every two years, but the boys are already looking forward with pleasure for tht time for It to come. Under orders of Governor Curry the battalion will be encamped here during the Irrigation congress. The personnel of the officers of the New Mexico battalion is as follows: Gen. A. P. Tarkington, Col. E. C. Ab bott, Major B. Ruppe, Capt. P. E. Des sauer, Co. A; Lieut. W. R. Ames, Co. A; Capt. Arthur Ball. Co. D; Lieut J. H. Frost, Co. D; Capt. O. A. Burt ner, Co. G; Lieut. F. B. Forbe. Co. G; Capt. H. E. McColough, Co. F; First Lieut. V. Vlerra, Co. F; Second Lieut. J. J. McMlllen, Co. F.; First Lieut n. R. Lane, batt. adjt.; Capt. 8. A, Mllllgan, batt. surgeon; Capt. L. II feld, quartermaster. FRANK TROTTER BUYS ! GOLD AVENUE PROPERTY uivlias Store Now Oocuplwl by J. 1 A. Kkiiuicr, Which lie W1U tXcupy Soon. Frank Trotter, the grocer, pur chased the store building at 11 Went Gold avenue, instead of leasing it, as stated In The Citizen yesterday. The price paid has not been given out, but it Is supposed to have been between 17,601) and f 10,000. J. A. Skinner, who at present occupies the building with a stock of groceries, says that the property was offered to him some time ago and that he had Intended buying. D. II. Boatrlght, who purchased the property occupied by Trotter at lit West Gold avenue, wants to move his stock of dry goods from the corner of Gold avenue and Second street to his newly acquired property at 118 by the first of the month at th. latest. This compels Mr. Trotter to request Skinner to find a new location within thirty days. Mr. Skinner had not decided on a new location at noon today but had several buildings In view. S. V. Vann & Son, who leased the property vacated by Boatrlght, which Is in the shape of an L, with en trances both on Second street and Gold avenue, will build a partition at the joint of the L. The Second street room will be occupied by a large stock of Jewelry, which th. com pany will put In. The Gold avenue room has been leased to M. W. Flour noy and D. K. B. Sellers for a real estate office. NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. TJ. N. 8 M., Department of the Interior. Land Office at Santa Fe. July 8, 1908. Notice Is hereby given that Robert Thompson, of Casa Blanca, N. M. who, on June 19th, 1901, n.ade Home stead Application, No. 7144 (serial number 0179), for NWIt NWH. 8 XW14 and NE"4 8W14. Section 14. Township 8 N.. Range ( W., N. M P. Meridian, baa filed notlc. 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 I4th day of August, 1908. Claimant names as witnesses: R. G. Marmon, of Laguna. N. M.; Louis Kowunl, of Casa Blanca. N. M.; Oorl- blo Kowunl, of Casa Blanca, N. IS Levantonlo Sarrallno. of Paguate, N. M. MANUEL R. OTERO. Register. YOUNG OFFENDERS HELD TO GRAND JURY They Will SK-iKl Time In County Jail Un lews IIiiIh'dn. Corpus Proceedings Secure Their Freedom. QUICK CLEARANCE OF OUT-DOOR I FURNITURE THE balance oi our stock of Porch and Lawn Furni ture Rockers, Chairs, Settees, in Old Hickory, Arts and Crafts, Hentwood and Willow, will be sold this week at the Greatest liargain Prices yet. Furnish your porch and lawn attractive'y and comfort ably with high-grade furniture with prices less than usual prices of inferior makes. Call and See Our Line ALBERT FABER 30S West 310 Centtal OHzmcmomcmcmzmoscimososamcm DR. CHAS. A. FRANK Physician and Surgeon ROOMS 4 AND 5 HARNETT 13L.DG. . Hours 9 to 1 1 A. M. 2 to 5 P, M, TELEPHONE 1079. 7 to 8 P. M, Bound over under $500 bonds yes terday by Judge McClellan on the charge of having Induced Lena Chaves, under 14 years of age, to go to the Vendome hotel with them without the consent of her parents, Louis Bartone, 16, and Jose Trujillo, 14, are In the county Jill to await the action of the grand Jury, which meets in September, or the return of Judge Ira A. Abbott, who Is at his home at Haverhill, N. II., and Is not ex pected back until August 16. When Judge Abbott returns, J. Benson Newell, who has been retained by Mrs. Trujillo, the widowed mother of Trujillo, will bring habeas corpus proceedings with hopes of giving the boys their freedom. Attorney Newell says that the com plaint if defective, and, according to the evidence produced at the prelim inary hearing, there is scarcely no case against his clients. Mrs. Cor netto, who conducts the Vendome ho tel, says that the children were nut at the hotel on Friday night, the time of the alleged crime, but wero there on a night previous. The sto ries of the two boys are also con fusing. Thry were together on a very few points, one of them being that the girl gave Bartone the money with which to pay for the room. The girl says that she did not have a dollar. The Bartone boy, while having a rec ord of many mischievous misdoings. Is very bright, speaking and writing five different languages. 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We are also making special efforts to get your shoe trade. If you want beat quality combiaed low price you will find It here. A beautiful ladles' $3.00 Oxford, 12.60. A neat, dres?y ladles' 11.50 Oxford, 11.20. Slippers at $1.25. HuIjIps' 50c shoes and slippers, 29r, Our shirtwaists are appreciated. We h;ive g"t a nice selection and nearly all sizes at 89o to IS. 00, regular $1 25 to $5.00. We also can show you one of the nicest stocks of granlteware at fair prices. CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 Nertb Ascent WV. DOIJE. Prop. HOTTL UE'tveR Cnr'irr Kcroiul arid Con. IW-i $1.50 T da ImjiiiW In c:t; loupst rale. or month. Anu'rlcaD plan. Auoom 4 niiHlutions Up top. Come. Out work Is HICIIT every d pwtiueut. liubt Iuiulrj (.'. ST ST. YINCENT ACADEMY BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL X For Voting Ladies and Misses. In Charge of the I SISTERS OF CHARITY Corner 6th St. and New Yoik Ave T Fur Particulars, Address Sister Sutkhior. Kin Grande Valley Ind Co. JOHN BORRADAILE Heal Est aJid IsfeniMsU Connect I ten Is of City Realty Office, Corner Tlilrd and Gold Arm, Phone Hi Albuquerque, K. W 409 Wtt Railroad 4 reuse Don't Forget Tha ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL TIIR OLDEST MILL. IN TILE CITY. W hen lit need of muih, door, frame, no. Screen work specialty, 04 ttoatn First street. Telephone 411. It Is not what you pay for advertis ing, but what advertising . PAT YOU. that makes It valuable. Oar rates axe lowest fur equal service.