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tags rtv. TtHTRRnAY, 3VI.T 0, IftOft. Hotels and Resorts For Information concerning any of the place adver tised In this column and for descriptive literature, call at The Cltlsen office or writ to the Advertising Manager, Albt'iuerque Cltlsen. Albuquerque. N. If.. I! ' BAN DIEGO SEMINARY 8AN DIEGO, CALIF. ' A select School for Girls and Young Women. Prepares for h'igh grade Colleges and Universities. Superior advantages In Voice. Music, Art, Elocu tion, Languages, Athletics Swimming Gymnastics eto. A most superb noma with attractive grounds. School opens Sept. 16th. Write for catalogue. Mrs. F. A. Woodln Bus. Mgr. AONKW SANITARIUM, SAN DIMGO, CALIFORNIA Handsomest and best equipped establishment of Its kind In the west, offers at reasonable rates accommodations which are superior In every respect and omblne the comforts and luxuries of the home. San Diego is noted for Us en climate the year around. Write for particulars or secure pamphlet t The Cltlsen Office. RARAOISE VALLEY SANITARIUM A well equipped medical and surgical establishment like BATTLE) CREEK SANITARIUM. Absolutely the only sanitarium In Southern Cali fornia having a cool summer climate: every day delightfully sunny. OVER LOOKINO SAN DIEGO BAY AND THE PACIFIC. Booklet at Cltlsen office or by writing H. W. Lindsay, Manager. National City, Calif. 41 .?T3 A. 9. OTERO, Pro. STONE HOTEL JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stage line frpm Bernalillo to Jemei Hot Springs in one day. Stage leaves Ber nalillo Tuesday & Saturday TICKtTS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S AN IDEAL SCM3IER AND HEALTH RESORT. Cliff dene-on-the-Pecos Located among pine-clad hills on the Peooa river, 2H miles from Rowe station on the main line of the A. T. A S. F. - Good hunting and fishing makes this the most delightful resort In New Mexico. We meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. Parties coming on days not Btated kindly write me. Kates 11.60 per day. $8.00 per week. Meals fiOo. Transportation from station 11.00. Mrs. H. E. Bergmann, Rowe. N. M. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES John S. Mitchell TWO NEW ELEVATORS NEW FIRE-PROOFINO NEW FURNITURE', NEW PLUMBING Fifty Thousand Dollars Worth of Improvements made this season for Ocsvenier ce, Cos-fort and Safety. Headquarters for New Mexico Electric Cart to and frcm Railway Depots, also Beach and Kctittain Ke sorts, stop at our liccc Tjb MdUafxck Hotel Cafe is fVorc rcpular "i ban 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 ever enacted. Joshua S. RaynolcU, President. J. H. O'Rielly, JScc'y and Gen. Mgr. . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, GAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel Bathroom Fixtures. . . . GOMMiTTEE WANTS GOOD BASBftll I fTort Will rto Mario to Have IVwImll Tournament the lit Ever Walling on Ikwrit of tXMitrol. O. A. Matron, Ike Graham and Roy McDonald, compoMng the baseball committee of the Twenty-eighth Ter ritorial fair, held another meeting last tJght and was to have met with the board of control of the fair and con gress, but not en"URh members of the latter gathered to take any defi nite steps toward laying plans for a tournament and it Is doubtful if any thing will be done In the matter be fore next week w hen Chairman Hone well Is expected back from the east. The members of the baseball com mittee are all good fans who have witnessed many baseball tournaments held In Albuquerque and fully realize the importance of Immediate and defi nite action if the desired results are to be obtained. It Is Jusi two months from today until the opening of the Irrigation congress. Two years ago the rules for the tournament of t'v Twenty-sixth territorial fair required that players should be in the cities they expected to represent sixty days before the tournament. Raseball has always proven the leading attraction of all territorial fairs and the Im portance of It should not be sight of. REGISTERED STOCK Will BE EXHIBITED Hereford Ax'la4hm Will fcerul Number of Hulls to tlie 0n-irm-More rrise ttffcred. A HEW VAUDEVILLE SHOW TOWN MOVING PICTURES FOR TEMPERANCE WORKERS Crystal I tamo ten One Hay's Receipts to (lie IahuI Orgwilitition. Through the kindness of Mr. Oren dorff, manager of the Crystal theater, the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of Albuquerque will receive the ( profits from the seat sales next vvea nesday evening. Special films will be used for the occasion and the Crystal theater singers will sing appropriate songs of patriotism. No change will be made In the popular prices of ten and twenty cents, although the pro grams will be well worth 50 cents. The American Hereford Cattle Breeders' association of Kansas City will have on exhibition at the Irriga tion congress and during the Territor ial fair a large number of registered bulls, and they will be disposed of by public auction sale on October 7. The Colfax county people will com mence the erection of the building for the Irrigation congress In about two weeks. Lumber and other building materials have been purchased. The Santa Fe Hallroad building will be started this week. The John Hecker company of Helen has nccured from the N. K. Fair banks company of Chicago one box of each of the following articles, to be awarded for the best exhibition of cantaloupes: Gold Dust, Fairy soap, Tar soap. Puma soap and Cottollne. The 1'ecos valley people around Carlsbad are preparing to send to the congress and fair a good big display of cotton on the stalk and In the bale. They also expect to send a fine dis play of fruits and othr farm prod ucts. T. Ilualt of Las Cruces. a well ol,t , known merchant, has donated a 18- incn jonn ieere iooi-mi eumy piow, valued at $50, for the best exhibition of vegetable from Dona Ana county. FANS CAN EXPECT KOI GAME SUNDAY UrtiuiiH uml t.rnys Are Anxious fur the J Yuy and Itolli Man to Take feccoiHl of the Series. A new show all around vaudeville acts and moving pictures, will be pre sented at the Crystal tonight. As the feature attraction this time the com' pany will prorent the wonderful Ve- olette, assisted by Prof. Old, In tel e pa thy. This U considered the most mysterious act In vaudeville. Veo lette's exercises consist of mind read' Ing, answering of hidden questions and all mannet of remarkable feats. most sensational and bewildering In their effect. Before the week Is out this wonder will have all the people In town, who cun find room to get inside the tne' ater, gathering about her, plying pus sling questions. Eddio Black, the MUsourl "HI Holler" kid, la the other vaudeville number and be Is said to be a dundy. Mr. Black has a nation al reputation for his Impersonation of the genuine country kid, and never fails to make everybody laugh wltn him. His long suit is dancing, and that Is what the Albuquerque audience like, next to comedy. New and laughable moving picture and a i,ew Illustrated song completes the program. TO MAKE PARIS BE OOI. Paris. July 30. The trial of two musto hall managers and seven wo men recently arrested as a result of Senator Berenger's crusade against the exhibition of the nude on the Paris stage was ended today. One of the managers was sentenced to three months imprisonment and fined $40 and two of the actresses were given fifteen days In prison and a fine of tlu. The others were acquitted. Place an ad. In The Citizen and natch It work for you. Phone 1020 401 West Central Ave. THE Albuquerque Lumber Co WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rex FlintKote Rooting First and Mfarqtrcttc Albtsqcterqae, New Mexico X X Albuquerque Foundry and Machino Work. Jr. I. HALL. 'torftor PUtey 1slr Bar. Babktt Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts for ftBlldlngs. Iroa o4 Tli Oastxaap; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaftings, A , h l a' ' Mmchlnmry m Bpmclmlty Tinaisj Mat tc rsJUvad track. Albuquerque, N. M. i I Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and THIRD Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors Pure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the Glass or Gallon, Beer by the Hottle or Case, Family Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. Phone 1029 E. C. HOTEL AltltlVALS. Alvurndo. R. K. Twitchell, Las Vegas; R. Wilson, S. V. Pratt. Chicago; F. Moffott, New York; D. C. Thomas, San Bi-rnar,lino; T. M. Biohell, La Junta; George Sherrard. ult Lake City; V. A. Elridge. Dinver; Burton Williams, Guam, X. M ; J. U. Birdnes, Philadelphia: E. Kclsvr. Kansas City; J. P. WebfT, El Paso; E. H. Buhford, Lake ValUy; L' Monioe, Topeka, St urge. J. E. Patten, Chicago: J. A. Brod erick, Alva, okla.; M. Ballon, Silver City; B. S. Phillips, Buckman; P. C. Paddock, - Phoenix; S. A. McCoy, Belen; C. E. Davenport, Trinidad; C. J. Davis, Denver; L. E. Diuque, Wll lard; Hugo .Magy. Dallas; A. J. Bur ton, New York; Wm. Bates, Texico; R. Dunn, Las Vegas; P. Galles, Las Cruces; Lee KeinlvarUt, t. Louis; J. L. Todd. La Junta. Savoy. H. M. Elllitt, Piescott; C. Horwitx, Kalamazoo; F. F. Godding, Juniper, Ariz. W. S. Hroatthton, las Vi-gan; Wm. Harmon, Las Vegas; A. M. Dittelbach, Santa Fe; C. J. Inman, Needles, Calif.; Mrs. Walter Ingham and chil dren, Aurora. 111. t.rand Ceninil, Miss Sena, Santa Fe; J. Las Vegas: K. E Dodson, F. H. Cuter. Chicago. The Browns and the Grays are go ing to battle again Sunday and some red-hot baseball may be expected. If the steam gauge on the two aggrega tions Is recording the right kind of dope. The game Sunday will be as hotly contested as the game a week ago Sunday, or the game last Sunday, when Santa Fe put one over on the Grays. Manager Padllla says that he is sat isfied with his bunch of native and the line-up in Sunday' game will show but one change. Little Willi Pena will be behind the bat and Perea will do duty around the initial sack. There may be some change in the line-up and there may be some new faces flying Albuquerque colors. It has been whispered that Bert Graham and Charles Kunx, erstwhile Brownies, who have been making a tour with Dawson, will be home Sat urday and in Sunday's game. Graham is considered a live wire all over the southwest. Bert has learned how to connect with that long swing of his. Two home runs were his record 'n one game at El Pasd a couple of weeks ago. . .; ... Mtche'.l, Winslow; WHEN HEH HACK ACHES Womuii 1'imls All Her Energy and 111bilion Slipping Away. Albuquerque women knuw how th aches and pains that come when the kidneys fall make life a burden. Jtackache, hip pains, headaches, dlz y spells, distressing urinary troubles, all tell of silk kidneys and warn you tif the stealthy approach of diabetes dropsy and Bright's disease. Doan's Kidney Pills permanently cure al) these disorders. Here's proof of It In an Albuquerque woman's words: Mrs. L. J. Curd, living at 410 South Third street, Albuquerque, N. M., says: "I suffered more or less from pains In my back for a long time, and when I would over exert myself or take cold, I suffered se verely. That this trouble was due to kidney disease I had no doubt; In fact. I believe It was hereditary In my ca-e, as my father died with Bright's disease. About a year ago Doan's Kidney Pills were brought to my attention, and taking them for a short time I was absolutely re lieved of the pain In my back and felt better In every way. The merits of Doan's Kidney Pills were so plainly demonstrated to me that I ran with pleasure and confidence recom mend them to others." For sale by all dealers. Price R0c. Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. St HOTEL OREXA, Best tl a day house, beautifully furnished, corner Seventh and Hope streets, opposite poatofflce, oLs An geles, Calif. Notice of Restoration ' of Public Lands to Settlement and Entry De partment of the Interior, General Land Office, Washington, D. C May . 1908. Notice Is hereby given that the public lands In the following de scribed areas which were excluded from the Manzano National Forest. New Mexico, by the proclamation of the President of the United State, dated April 16, 1908, If not otherwise withdrawn, reserved or appropriated, will by authority of the Secretary of the Interior be restored to th public domain on August 1, 1908, and be come subject to settlement on and after that date, but not to entry, filing or selection until on and after August 31, 1908, under the usual restrictions, at the United States land office at Santa Fe. New Mexico: That part of the Town of Casa Colorada grant In cluded within the former Manzano National Forest; in Township one (1), Range three S), that part of Sections twenty-five (zS) and thirty-six (36) not in Seville ta grant; all Township one (1), Range four (4) not In said grant; all Township two (1), Range four (4) not in private grants; all Township one (1), Range five 15); in Township two (2), Range five (6), Sections one (1), two (I). the east half, south half of northwest quarter, and southwest quarter of Section three (3), the aoutu half of north half, and the south half of Section four 4). that part of Sections five (6), seven (7) and eight (ft), not In grant. Sections nine () to thirty-six (36), both Inclusive; In Township three (t). Range five (5), the south half of Section thirty-five (36). the east half and the southwest quarter of Section thirty-six (36); all Town ihips one (1) and two (). Range lx (6); In Township three (3), Range six (6). the south half of Section eleven (11), Sections twelve (11), thirteen (13) and fourteen (14). the southeast quarter of Section fifteen (15). the south half of Section fifteen (15), the south hair of Section twenty-one (31), Sections twenty-two (22) to twenty-eight (38), both In clusive, the east half and the south west quarter of Section twenty-nine (29), Sections thirty-one (31) to thirty-six (36), both Inclusive; all North and East. New Mexico Principal Me ridian. Warning is hereby expressly given that no person will be per mitted to gain or exercise any right whatever under any settlement or occupation begun prior to August 1, 1908. and all such settlement or occupation Is hereby forbidden. Fred Dennett, Commissioner of the General Land Office. Approved May 6, 1(08. Frank Pierce, First Assistant Secre tary of the Interior. 1 he Ice burg Kestaurant OF FOUR NATIONS at4WmTCTRALAVm. I 1 RHONE 400 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS. Table d Hote a la Carte. "The Place Where Every body Eats." Service the Best Rates Reason able "Our Meals Are Our Best AdM ALBERT LAPORTE . EMIL NEUGART Therm Satltfaetlo, In m GOOD CUP OF COFFEE We are building our Reputation on our COFFEES and can give you that SATISFACTION. QUICK CLEARANCE - - -. . OF OUT-DOOR FURNITURE THE balance of our stock ol . Torch and Lawn Furni ture Rockers, Chairs, Settees, ' in Old Hickory, Arts and Crafts, Hentwood 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. Call and See Our Line ALBERT FABER 306 310 West Central I 000)0006K30000)C0 DR. CHAS. A. FRANK Physician and Surgeon ROOMS 4 AND 5 HARNETT ULDO. Hours 9 to 1 1 A. M. 2 to 5 P.M. 7 to 8 P.M. TELEPHONE 1079. Our ANOELUS BLEND, is an Espec i a 1 1 y Satisfactory Coffee and sells for 40 Cents per lb. C. & A. Coffee Co. l07S2idSt. Phone 76 1 OX30CI0OOOOO9OCO 50c 50c 50c FOR ONE MONTH CLAIRVOYANTDeWitt T. Courtney Ttie moat eminent, 'accurate anil reliable Trance Clairvoyant la Cbe world haj permanently located In your clt, and If you are in doaM ar trouble call ciO are htm. He glvea advice upon all affairs of Bfa Iiove, I aw, Marriage, Divorce, Mining. Real Kstate and rhauRe atf all kinds. One vIhU will convince you of the powers of thla wonderful man, ami that you can obtain hnpplnem, contentment and aacceai throuKh following lila advice. 80S U Central Avnue. Itooms S and B Hours, 9 to 11 a. m., 8 to 8 p. m. Phone 749. Genuine American Block $6.50 per Ton Handscreened Cerrilios Lump $6.50 per tor. Qualltyaod Qua ttlty GuaraotaH WOOD TELEPHONE SI. W. H. HAHN & CO, "FOR CASH ONLY" P.1VIATTEUCCI MEN'S, WOMEN'S AND CHILDREN'S SHOES.... Ftae Itepalrtnc A Specialty. IOS NORTH FIRST STREET Us 113 EXCURSIONS IloHton, Mat., anl return, $82. SS, July 29th to August 3d, final limit August 19th. Limit can be extended tc September 16th. Chicago and return, 155.86. dally until Sept. 30th, final limit Oct 81st Kan uaei City i dally until Sept. list m Si. I oil In and until Sept. 30th, md return, $40. (S. 30th, final limit Oct. return, 149.65, final limit Oct. Denver and return, I IS. 70 until Sept. 30th, final limit Oct dally Slat. daily 1 0th. Phone No. 74. Goods Delivered 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 Chisek,S Refrigerator Pans, Lemon Squeez ers, Ice Cream Dishers, etc., etc. H R A ABE & M AUGER U5-H7 N. FIRST ST. FREE I FREE! We have a flrst-ciass tea suitable for Iced tea. To get you to try It we will give you with the first pound, free, your choice of a handsome dec orated china cream pitcher or plate or set of salt and peppers. We are also making special efforts to get your shoe trade. If you want best quality combiaed low price you will find It here. A beautiful ladles' $3.00 Oxford, $2.60. A neat, dressy ladies' $1.(0 Oxford, $1.20. Slippers at $1.26. Babies' SOc shoes and slippers, 29c. Our shirtwaists are appreciated. We have got a nice selection and nearly all sizes at 89c to $3.00, regular 11 25 to $5.00. We also can show you one of the nicest stocks of granlteware at fair prices. CASH BUYERS' UNION 122 North Saeoad yfU. DniiDE. Proa Colorudo Springs and return, $20.71 daily un.ll Sept. 30th, final limit Oct. list Special summer tourist rates to nu. merous other points on application. T. E. PURDT. Agent HOTFT. DENVER Oomrr Second and "!. Bet yi.SU x-r day Imu l clH : low eat rata, week or month. American plan. Acoooi- moduiions Up top. Come. Our work Is RIGHT every de parUueut. llubba Laundry Co, ST. VINCENT ACADEMY ! BOARDING AND DAY SCHOOL Fur Young Ladies and Mitwes. In Charge of the SISTERS OF CHARITY Corner 6th St. and New York Ave J For Particulars, Address Sihtkk Superior. Hlo Grautle Valley I .and Co. JOHN BORRADA1LE lUwl Kmmu and InvewvnenU Collewct llcnu of City Realty Office, Guruer Third and Gold Ave. Phone 515 Albuqucrqae, K. M 40H Wit Railroad Mvoaao Don't Forget The ILBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL TIIK OLDEST MILL, IN THE GTTTi. When In need of aaan, door, tnuna, etc Screen work a specialty. 404 Sooth First street. TetepboiM tX It la not what you pay for advertis ing, but what advertising PATS YOU, that makes It valuable. Oar rates are lowest fur aqnai aervloa.