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ATnTTQTTFRQTTK CITIZEN. tags nra. j, ei! Hotels and Resorts For Information concerning naj of the places adrvr Ueed In this column and for descriptive literature, call at The Cltlien office or write to the Advertising Manager, AlVnuerque Cltlsen. Albuquerque. N. M. LOXQ REACH SANITARIUM, Lonir Rcaoh, CaJ. A medical and eur irlcal sanitarium conducted on the great BATTLE CREEK SANITARIUM plan. Overlooks the ocean. QUIET. REFINED and MODERN. Spacious roof garden and sun parlor. Tennis and other 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. IT - sb - f . ' '.v .H I - -r ii ii tim A. JT. OTERO. Tmp. AN IDEAL SUMMER AND HEALTH RESORT. Cliff denc-on-the-Pecos Located among pine-clad hills on the Pecos river, 1H 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. We meet trains Wed nesday and Saturdays. Parties coming on days not stated kindly write me. Kates 11.60 per day. 18.00 per week. Meals 0c. Transportation from station 11.00. Mrs. H. E. Bergmann. Rowe. N. M. HOLLENBECK HOTEL A. C. Bilicke LOS ANGELES TWO NEW ELEVATORS NEW FIRE. PROOFING Fifty Thousand Collars Worth of Improvements made this season for JUvetier ce, Ccrr.fort and Safety, Headquarters for New Mexico Electric C&rs to acd from Railway Depots, also Renrh and Maintain Ie sorts, stop at our deer The Hclliafcck Hotel tafc it fv'ore t r polar 1 han Evrr BIMIM HOT SPRINGS HOTEL, T, Angeles. The most curative treat mnt lor rheumatism. Itomitiful Mt-ncry, cool ocean breeze, llot Springs water In every rMiii, no noU', no ilnst. no tips. Street car to door. Pamphlets at Citizen office or by writing Dr. ti. V. Tape. Medical Sunt. . H. COX, The Plumber PLUMBING, HEATING, CAS AND STEAMFITTING Climax Garden Hose, guaranteed the most durable. Latest things in Enamel liathroom Fixtures. .' . . Phone 1020 Albuquerque Lumber Co. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Lumber, Glass, Cement and Rax Flinlkote Roofing First and arqoette Alboqcerqoe, New Mexico I Albuaueraue Foundry 1 A W - - " R. P. MALL, Proprietor Pulleys, Grade Bars, Babbit Metal; Columns and Iron Fronts tor Buildings. Iron and Brass Castings; Ore, Coal and Lumber Cars; Shaftings. Repairing an Mima and Mill Machlnary m Mpaclalty Foundry east side of railroad track. Albuquerque, N. M. WITH AMPLE MEANS ANDtUNSURPASStD FACILITIES THE BANK COMMERCE OF LI3UQUERQUE. N-lM. Kxtends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. S150.000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA, President W S. STklCKLKR. Vice President and Cashier W. J. JOHNSON. Assistant Cashier. William Mcintosh, J. C. Haldridye, A. M. Hlackwell, o. K. Cromwell. Montezuma Grocery & Liquor Co. COPPER and THIRD Imported and Domestic Groceries and Liquors X Pure Lucca Olive Oil a Specialty, Liquor by the I Glass or Gallon, Beer by the Hottle or Case, Family J Trade Solicited Satisfaction Guaranteed. Call, Phone or Send for Solicitor. Phone 1029 STONE HOTEL JEMfZ HOT SPRINGS r ORIGINAL BATH HOUSES Stape line from Bernalillo to Jemez Hot Springs In one day. Stage leaves Ber nalillo Tuesday A Saturday TICKtTS SOLD AT W. L. TRIMBLE'S i V - iir tovJ John S. Mitchell NEW FURNITURE NEW PLUMBING 401 West Central Ave. and Machine Works J ASSEMBLY PROGRAM CONTINUES OF INTEREST rolitioal Day Tomorrow Will lrove One of the MM luU-re-auitf of All. Mountainalr, N. M., Ad?. 21. (SocIhI). ltright -weather has at last prevailed at the Chautauiua and the Indications are that the remaining four days will be even more niiw" ful than those that have paiul. The attendance yesterday wis con siderably larger than an irevItU4 day and the crowd was guvllcil ma terially by the arrivals of last nlgnt and thli morning. 7'ho pv.-vii.'u'y prepared commendable, program has been carried out each day almost to a letter. Tho platform gracing the. Chautauqua would be a compliment to the oldest and best Chautauqua of the effete east. Dr. J. C. llollina occupied the platform yesterday afternoon with the reading of "The Smoky God," written by a man by the name of Emmerson, residing In Log Angeles, and a close friend of Ur. Holllns. The story Is a fine plece of fiction and proved decidedly interesting as read by Dr. ltolllns. Dr. Kollins received a visit from Mr. Kmmerson at Albu querque a few days post and was given one of the first copies of th book to come from the press. Hev. Hugh A. Cooper, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, deliv ered his famous lecture, "I'al ssy, the Potter," n the evening. Tills morning's program opened by Itev. II. M. Perkins of Dayton, N. M , with one of his delightful lectures. T. K. Woolaey, acting inspector of for est reserves In New Mexico, gave the Chautauquans an interesting talk this afternoon on conserving the forests. The fact that Mounrolnalr Is located on the e-dge of the, Manzano national forest made Mr. Woolsoy s lecturo doubly Interesting and Instructive. Considerable Interest Is centered In the program of Political day, which falls tomorrow. Governor Curry Is going to ba present and each of the great political parties is going to be represented. George S. Klock of Al buquerque, who made the nominating speech for W. II. Andrews, delegate to Congress, will represent the Re publican party. The Democratic party will be represented by Attorney Harvey n. Fergusson of Albuquerque, one of the party's most fluent speak er, and the Socialist party will be represented by a woman, whose mmo could not bn learned today. How ever, the Chautauqua management Is assured that she will be present and ably present the claims of the So cialistic doctrine. The Chautauqua management an ticipates the greatest crowd of the ten .days program tomorrow, and ample accommodations have been made to take care of it. Kx-Onvernnr Bradford Li. Prince of Panta Fe wll deliver a lecture on the early history of New Mexico tonight. ROSWELL CADETS MAKE G009 SHOWiNG I'nltcd Stales Army Oriiit-r Says They Are KriU-lent, Well Drilled and u Manly Set. Captain Julius A. Penn, United Stutea army, who inspected the ca d ts at tile .New Mexico Military insti tute at KoMwel, has made his report. In which he commends the Institution and makes favorable comment 011 the cadets. The report describes the Institute as essentially a mil iary school in which the military spirit Is developed and matured to the greatest extent possible. Among the numerous re marks of Captain Penn about the institute are found the following: "Military duty is performed with maximum degree of zeal, and the general appearance of the cadets is excellent in every respect. The sev eral drills I witnessed pltilnly showed that the cadets were in splendid form and well ofticered by their own num ber. The alignments were very good; uress mid general appearance excel lent. Out of a total number of 137 cadets "lily two were absent; one on leave of uheiice. and one silk. The uniforms were neat, clean und well fitting, and the general effect w.is exeellt nt. The cadets w ere w ell set up, and very few were of small size. I noted only a few mistakes, but thce were minor and Infrequent errors only accentuated the excellent bearing and general appearance of the cadets as a whole, in the battalion drill both manual and close order movements were enappy and excellent. Each of the cadet ofllcer drilled the battalion a few minutes In excellent manner; each company In turn was drilled by its cadet officers, first In the manual and then in close order movement, all of which were excellent." Captain Penn fuither states in his report: "The citizens generally havo a Ju-l pride In this school. Appropri ation has be 11 made for additional buKdinga for w lilch comprehensive plans have been adopted, and with the excellent start already made there Is every reason 10 expect this t hool to maintain a high rank among Class 'A' schools. Keen Interest U mani fested by nftleers ttn.l cadets. The close order work will compare well with any of the beat schools. The ex tended imer work 1.- also very good. Governor George Curry manlfeits great Interest In this sctio.il and as it Is supported by the territory the school should continue to merit the good will of governor and citizens." Granulated Sore Fyes Oirf." "For twenty years I sufferer from a bad cae of granulated sore eyes, says Martin Boyd of Henrietta, Ky. "In February, 1903. a gentleman ask. ed me to try Chamberlain's Salve. I bought one box and used about two thirds of It and my eyes have not given me any trouble since" This salve Is for rale by all druggists. A small amount of money Invested in a pair of our Summer Shoes will give you a big amount of comfort. Etyle and wear. We are closing them nut at cut prices. C. slay's Shoe Store, 114 West Central avenue. GOOD ATTRACTIONS FOR ElKS' THEATER It Hat Joined the Silver IrniU and vt III I 'lay Some Good Coin tttnlc, Py a contract signed by Manager O. A. Matson, of the Klks' opera house, Albuquerque will be placed In the same class with Denver, ls An geles, San Francisco uu, .Seattle as a theatrical town. The contract Mr. Matson has signed Is one with Peter McCourt of Denver and John Cort of Seattle, owners of the Silver theatrical circuit, which blankets the entire west, beginning with Denver, and It will give Albu querque the same class of attractions as are given the best theaters of the cities mentioned. Mr. McCourt Is the owmr of the liroadway and Tabor Grand In -Denver. John Cort has the largest house in Seattle. The circuit which the two men control begins with Denver and circles north to Salt Lake City and takes In Pueblo. Coming south the circuit covers Trln Mad, Albuquerque and El Paso and west to the coast and up the coast to Seattle. ' , The Elks' opera house management In Joining the circuit made, held out for and secured one privilege not ac corded to a majority of the houses on the circuit, and that was that of of not confining itself entirely to trust attractions. The local management may at any time bring In a free lance attraction providing that the date will not conflict with a date held by the trust attractions. The contract will go Into effeit with the opening of the season of 1909. The attractions of the season, which opens September 7, have ben arranged for largely, and the Elks' theater will steer Its own bark this winter. THE CRYSTAL'S Although shy Charles HowLson, the whistler, the first night patrons were treated to a mighty pleasing show and one that was full of life and laughter all the way through. For some unaccountable reason Mr. HowLson, the Albuquerque boy, did not put In an appearance nor did he explain his absence by wire. Ills par ents were at every train from the west yesterday and were completely nonplussed when No. 8 arrived, last night and did not bring him. The management was fortunate, however, in nailing a vaudeville ar tist who was passing through to the coast and In securing his services in place of Mr. Howlson. The new fa vorite Is Mr. Dupont, a musical geni us who plays the most remarkable In strument known and makes sweeV music upon It. He carried both houses by storm last night. The Chamberlains, assisted by our ow n Joe Scottl and by Stage Manager Walsh, presented an Irish farce called "The Second Jeffries," which was a scream from beginning to end. liert Chamberlain makes a specialty of the funny Irishman and this act gives him a swell chance to show what he can do. Al the other char acters were good and everyboJy laughed themselves sick. The moving picture end of tha show Is above the ordinary this change and 'contains a travel picture that la Interesting, a touching stoi-y picture and two very laughable sub jects. Joe Scottl sings a new Illus trated song called "Take Me Pack ti Dreamland." A complete change of program Is scheduled for Monday. Manager Or endorff announces that if possible Charley Howlson will be put on nect Thursday. The Chamberlains, who do the Irish act, are well acquainted with the Al buquerquean, anil say that not only will Howlson draw heavily on ac count of this being his home, but upon his merits as an entertainer, also. GOLDEN RULE SALE WAS HUGE SUCCESS It Han Thirteen luy und Thousands of People Oime to lluy. That tile number "13" is no hoo doo Id proven by the success of the sulu of the Golden Kule Dry Goods company, which ran thirteen days and closed ytteiUay. The sale be gan 011 tlie tilii of the month und closed on the 2Uth, and was th-i greatest ver made by the Golden Kule Dry Goods company. Th s Is a. rather Miong statement to make con sidering the number of year the company has been in business, but tha iiiHn.ixeiiient of til'.' company La au thority for It. According to J. W. Prcstcl the sale wus even more eUoccHsful than hid been anticipated. This was what he wired Mr. Weinman, buyer for the company, who is now In New Vork buying fall and winter good. Thrt sale, according to Mr. Prestci, prove 1 1 two very material facts. One was that there Is no scarcity of money In I Albuquerque, and the other was that ' the number "13" li no hoodoo as far as sales are concerned. I Large crowds of shoppers vUlted tlio big store every day of the sale and few went away without making purchases, pay tig cah, and It ran bt ald, without fear of contrad.ctlon. that all who b lUght are satisfied w ith 1 their bargains. There was a very I narrow margin on every piece of goods offered at the sale, and In many ' Instances the margin showed on tho customer's end If costs were taken ! Into consideration. Time Ls money. Save your time wasted In darning stockings by buy ing our lilack Cat brand. They are to strong that it Is a hard proposition to wear them out. All sizes for men, women and children. Prices run from 12 He to 00c. C. May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central avenue. AUDIENCE ENJOYS AM PROGRAM Large Attendance at St, Mary's Hall It Mglit and a Good Sum Was Heallzcd. A crowd of some six hundred spec tators filled St. Mary'a hall last even ing to listen to a most enjoyable pro gram. The entire program of two parts was exceptionally well renderei and while all deserve much credit for the way they performed, a few are worthy of special mention. The stage was beautifully decorated with the national colors, while plenty of green foliage, which was collected from various members of the church by Mrs. J. Korber, gave a garden-like appearance to the scene and added much to the successful evening's en tertalnment. The recitations of Mrs. Connely were especially fine as was shown by the applause that was accorded her after each recitation. The recitation of Miss Mayme Kelly, the thlrteeti-yeai-old daughter of Marcus P. Kel ly, secretary of the Commercial club, was also very much enjoyed. The choruses and quartet selections aided to a great degree to make the even lng a most enjoyable one and their work was the subject of much favor able comment. The solos were also exceptionally well rendered and much credit Is due Mrs. Shinlck, through whose tireless efforts the concert of last evening was made such a success. It is thought that over one hundred dol lars was cleared last evening at the entertainment, which proceeds go to ward paying for the rebuilding of the new Immaculate Conception church In this city, which Is rapidly nearlng completion. Father Mandalarl Is now in Chi cago, 111., and It Is understood that he Is Investigating a new pipe orga.l which will be Installed in the new church after Its completion. BELEN AND BROWNS PIAYJERE SUNDAY rat Cut-off Town Team Will Try Conclusions With the Locals. ' The Helen baseball team Is coming to Albuquerque next Sunday to try conclusions with the Albuquerque Browns. The game will be played at Traction park and the Indications are that It will be a close contest. ThJ cut-off town team has been strength ened materially since Its last appear ance here. The fact that Belea de feated the fast Carthage team at Belen last Saturday by a score of 4 to 1 Is evidence that It la not O be trifled with, especially by the Brown ies, as they were only abli to nase Carthage by one score here two weeks ago n a twelve-Inning contest by the very largo score of 12 to 11. The Albuquerque TractUl com-, pany has put cons derable work en the Traction park diamond ) that It will present a much Improve! ccnil tlon over two weeks ago. It Is much faster and will make the game faster. The Une-up of the Brownies will be as follows: Chambers or Allen, catcher; Saf ford or Dally, pitcher; Graham, first base: Kuns, second base; Webster, shortstop; Weaver, third base; Dlck erson. Hale and Safford, fielders. Successful advertising- means a pronpcroi:s bnxlneus. The Cltlsen rt'ao.ies ail classes. BAKING POWDER STictly Guaranteed You can get it at the G. & A. COFFEE CO. To jjet our Making Towcler! thoroughly introduced, wei are giving with each pound. can, a handsome premium. C.&A. Coffee Co. 107 S 2rd St. Phone 761 Genuine American Block $6.50 per Ton Handscreened Cerrillos Lump $6.50 per ton Quallty'mnd Quaoiiiy Cuaraottao WOOD TEMCPHOXE tl W. H. HAHN & CO, "FOR CASH ONLY" If You Need for your company during Fair Week, this will be just the article for you. Steel Couches and Davenports from $5.50 SEE WINDOW DISPLAY ALBERT FABER ?$ DOES YOUR SCREEN DOOR SAGE? IF IT DOES BRACE IT UP WITH ONE OF OUR SCREEN DOOR BRACES THEY ARE l,THE BEST AND ' SIMPLEST THING ON THE MARKET FOR THAT PURPOSE Complete With Screws, Only at HARDWARE AND V W9 WWW WW WWWW WWWWWW WW OLD KELIAKLB." L. B. PUTNEY I THE WHOLESALE GROCER FLOUR, GRAIN Carries the largest and Most Uzoluslvs Stock of Btspls Oracerla la :l the 8outhwMt. FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS RAILROAD AVBNtlH. 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