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MOTTY. MLV SI. 10, AMUSEMENTS -.. Crystal The a tre Will Distribute for Next Wednesday Matinee. June 2nd. 36 SETS OF IMPORTED HAND PAINTED Cup and Saucer retailed at 50c, to the first 36 ladies that are : lucky in the drawing. The China will be on display at Theatre. - -. Matinee Every Day at 2:45; AH Seats 10c Evenings 7:15, 8:15, 9:15 COLOMBO TREAT RE 5 W. B. MOORE, Mgr. Licensed by the Motion Pic tore Patents Co. I ADMISSION IOC One new reel of pictures each t EXCLUSIVE MOVING PICTURES TWO SHOWS, 8:15 AND 0:15. f Matinee Saturday and Sunday g at 3 P. M. i UX.CSTR.VTED SONGS. Carniody, Baritone Singer. MISS J UN ME CRAIG Musical Directress. Coal Coke Wood BUST AMERICAN BLOCK COALi ALL LENGTHS CEDAR AJTD PINION WOOD. MXLXi AND FACTORY WOOD. LUMP, SS.M. NUT, M.M. We'll fleate or Butt J We will meet any competltkm AZTEC FUEL CO. Phone 251. Office, Corner Granite and Fint GRAYS EVENED THINGS WITH SANTA FE IN YESTERDAY Locals Took Second Game In Series of Three at Trac tion Park Grounds. Novelty Race Nye Martin. S. Schloss, a. tipieh M. Orcenbaum. Decoration Day Handicap: Halle (Shinlck), scratch. Boone (Mann), 75 feet. Master Pelmar tSrhlnss). 123 rt. Robert S. (Trlmbl. ), 150 fret. There will also be a Burro race, providing enough burro can bo cured. B. H. Briggs & Co. DRUGGISTS I Sandias Home at Tijeras Canyon Is Now Open to thb Fi These desiring Hot or Cold Lunches or Refreshments will find the best the market affords always on hand. SANDIAS HOME Successors to SELVA PLACE L'BLIO VJAKE UP' , and take notice. THE TtToRNlON Expert Cleaning Co. Is now ready to meet any coraoe tition in the cleaning line all we male: Give us a chance to figure with you. CALL UP 460 ALVARADO PHARMACY Corner Bold Ave. and 1st St. HIGHLAND PHARMAO Occidental Building Bring Us Your Prescription The attenuated Jimmy I.opcz from the wilds of Carthage had no terror for I'an pHililla's Grays yesterday afternoon, and they evened things up fof the defeat of Saturday by scoring IS runs to the Ancients' a. And the five were a gift, though the hit column shows two points In fa vor of the visitors. The Ancients did not give Lopes the support they gave Eddie SafTord on Saturday. They were weak at every position, as the error column will show. Little Jimmy Moore, who played a star game at short Satur duy, had a bunch of butter Angers yesterday, and the same malady reemed to affeut the entire Infield. For the first three innings, both sides played hard enough to keep warm, but after the third, the boys from Old Baldy lost their voice. Even noisy Jimmy Stanton failed to emit so much as a squeak. Clancy succeeded Lopez on the mound In the fourth, and the change lent a llttlo interest to the situation, for nobody knew that Clancy was a pitcher. No body knows It yet. The Grays continued to pound the ball and the Ancients failed to stop It- . Fat Perea went to sleep on first base while Stanton hid the ball In his mit. Of course, Perea was a dead one. It was an old gag but It worked. When the eighth came Padilla told his men to lay down, get out and finish the game, but theytiad trou ble getting out even at that. The Ancients won Saturday in the eighth by laying down a succession of successful bunts. Six hits were re corded, one after another, and when the smoke had cleared away, the game was won. Little Eddie SafTord allowed but two hits, while Hidalgo was touched up for an even dozen. About twenty-five people witnessed the game Saturday. Yesterday's at tendance registered 150 paid admis sions. The same teams are battling again this afternoon, in the last game of the Ferles. Santa Fe All R H PO A E Van Berg, 3b 4 1 1 2 3 2 J. SafTord, c 5 0 2 9 1 3 Clancy. 2b & p 4 0 1 1 2 2 Stanton, lb 5 0 3 9 0 4 Moore, ss 4 1 1 1 1 4 Keeffe. rf & 21). . . 3 0 1 0 0 0 nerardinelll, cf . . . 4 1 0 0 0 0 Lopez, p & rf 4 0,1 0 2 2 Dtgneo, If 4 2 2 2 0 0 MORNING GAMES AMF.RICAN LIOAf.l F. WashingtonNew York, rain. Philadelphia. 2; Boston, 3. Chicago. 1; Detroit, n. Cleveland. 3; St. Louis, 6. NOTICK OK MIDRIFFS SALE. NATIONAL LIHGIE. New York, 3: Philadelphia, 2. 'Boston. 1 ; Brooklyn, 0. Pittsburg, 5; St. Louis. 4. Cincinnati, 4: Chicago, 1. IRRIGATION HAS ACCOMPLISHED MUCH Hut There an; still Forty Million Amu Ttuui' Can be Made to Produce. Spokane, Wash., May 31. Kegard Ing the importance of the work ot the National . Irrigation congress, which will have its 17th session in Spokane August 9-14, R. Insingor, chairman of the board of contr.il, saye: "The national reclamation act was passed in 1902. At that time then were in the government's name in the sixteen states affected, 600,000,- Noticc Is hereby given, that by virtue of the authority vested in ;ne by a certain execution to me direct ;d and Issued out of the District Court of the Third Judicial District of the Territory of New Mexico, within and for the county of Sierra, on tho 7th day of May, A. 1. lSim, upon a Judg ment entered In fald court at the May, A. 1. 1909 term thereof. In civil case No. 971. wherein II. A. W'olford was plaintiff and the American Mines Company Limited was defendant, I have levied upon and will sell t public auction to the highest bidder foi cardi, at the Mine known us the Traves mine and about one mile from the store of Tnunias Mahar. in a westerly direction, and about the same distance in a south eastcrnly direction from Andrews, on the 10th day of July, A. 1. 1909, at 10 o'clo.k of the forenoon of the said day, the following described goods and chat tels und property belonging to the American Mines Company Limited, , to-wit: One dwelling house, 28 ft. ly' 12 ft. and one room on it 12 ft. y 12 ft., one Fairbanks Morse steam Hoist complete, one Marsh Steam Feed Pump, one Cometock Upright Steam engine, one Air Compressor, and Reaciver complete, one Steam Condenser complete, one boiler, onej ooner ami engine room, tu rt. ny i ft., one Marsh Sinking pump and three telescope pump connections for this pump, and one Buffalo Llower No. 2, or so mu.-.l thereof as will be necessary to satisfy the amount of said Judgment, nter.t and costs to J j There Is no store in this 'city, where you can find as complete assortment of - Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments As you will find here. Every week we receive a large shipment of goods direct from our factory of the very latest design and style. Our prices are lower than other merchants, because, we being only a branch of one of the largest manufacturers In this country there is no middle men's prices. We sell direct from the factory to the wearer. Come in and examine our stock. A.k our prices, then compare with others. All alterations free. "No trouble to show Rood. New York Cloak and Suit Co. I 31 B South Second Stroot I MONTEZUMA TRUST CO. ALBUQUERQUE Mew Mexico Capital and Surplus, $100,000 day of sale aforesaid, viz: The cum ot Five Hundred and Fifty-one Dol lars damages and Seventeen Dollars and Eighty-live cents costs of s'u't which by the aforesaid Judgment, the said H. A. Wolford recovered against tho aforesaid American Mines, Company Limited, with Interest thereon from the 6th day of May, A. D. 19U9, at the rate of 6 per cent per .MEREST ALLOWED ON SAYIN6S OEPOSITS i 000 acres of arid land, of which ill annum, and also the coets that may was estimated possible to . reclaim accrue. Perea. lb 5 Salaznr, Sb 6 Weeks, p 5 Pena, c S Hidalgo, If 6 Gonzales. 2b 3 Alarld. ss 3 Phone ? 112 John St ' Pe Blasse. rf 4 . Up, to .data, turn-outs Best drivers Luna, cf 5 in the city. Proprietor of "Sadie,' the picnic wagon. Highland Livery BAMBROOK BROS. 37 5 12 24 9 17 Santa Fe AB R H PO A E 1 1 14 2 1 THIRD STREET Moat Markot All Klils of Freb' and Salt Meat. Meant Sausage Factory, i KMIL KLKINWORT Mnxonlci Building, North Third Street. PVRSn.NG the same course we have always fol lowed, we are using the most ex treme care in safeguarding the pur ity and quality of everything we use In our baking. We're rather proud of the reputation we've gained for sell ing good things to eat, and we don't mean to lose it by carelessness. PIONFFR I1AKKRY. 207 South 1-ln.t htrcct. i SALT LAKE CITY , and return -I3TH Tickets on sale May 29, 30, 31, 1009; final return - limit 60 days from date of X tale. Call at ticket office J for full particulars. T. E. PURDY, AGTV 5 t 43 16 10 27 14 Score by Innings Santa Fe 030 000 00 2 Barelas 124 043 0 2 s- 16 Summary struck out, by Lopez. 4: by Clancy, 3; by Weeks, 5. Two Base Hits Van Berg, Luna. Three Base Hits Moore. Hit by Pitched Ball Keeffe. Gonzales, Alarid, 2; De Blasse. Bases on Balls Off Weeks, 1; off Lopez, 1; off Clancy, 1. sufficient to support 50,000,000 po pie. By 1911 the reclamation ser vice will have reclaimed nearly 2. 000,000 acres at an estimated cost of $70,000,000. There are 40.000,000 acre of arid lands susceptible to rec lamation by irrigation. The con struction cost of the reclamation works Is returned to the government from the sale of land, th.- proceed to be again used In furthering Irri gation development. Irrigation is making a garden spot and an empire of the 'Great American Desert,' and the work of the Irrigation congress Is yet In its Infancy." George E. Barstow, Texas, is presi dent of the congress; B. A. Fowler, Phoenix, Ariz., secretary; R. lnsing'-r of Spokane, chairman of the board of control; and Arthur Hooker, Spo kane, secretary of the board of control. THfc RELIEF FUND NEARLY EXHAUSTED Of More Than S20.000.000 Collecti-d For Italy, Only IVw Thou sands Remain. Saturday's (Jaine. Barelas AB It H PO A R Perea. lb 5 0 1 11 Salazar. 3b 4 0 1 Weeks. rf 4 0 0 Hidalgo, p 4 0 0 Pena. c 2 1 0 Gonzales, 2b 4 0 0 Luna, cf 3 0 0 0 1 0 7 4 5 0 0 Alarld, ss . . . De Blasse, If 0 0 0 0 1 33 1 2 26 U Hair Dresser ana Chiropodist. . Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors op posite the Alvarado and next door .o Sturges 'cafe. Is prepared to give thorough scalp treatment, do hair dressing, treat corns, bunions an I ingrown nails. She gives massage treatment and manicuring. Mrs. Pambinl's .own preparation of com lexion cream builds up the skin and Improves the complexion, and guaranteed not to be injurious. 6he alo prepares hair tonic and cures and prevents dandruff end hair fall ing out, restores life to dead hair, re moves moles, warts and superfluous hair. For any blemish of the faie call and consult Mrs. Bambini. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIYHRT, BALK. FKMB J f TRAM8IXK8TABL rs aid Males borl SSfSl. IT TTHNOUTS m TWw CITf ..o 4 Strt betwssa Osttai Ccpr A Won't Slight a tiood Friend. "If ever I need a cough medicine (gain I know what to get," declare Mrs. A. L. Alley of Beals. Me., "for. after using ten bottles of Dr. King's X':w Discovery .and seeing Its excel lent results In my own family and oth ers, I am convinced It Is the best medicine made for coughs, colds and lung trouble." Every one who tries It feels Just that way. Relief Is felt at once and Its quick cure surprise you. For Bronchitis, asthma, hemorrhage, croup, la grippe, sore throat, pain in chest or lungs its supreme. lOo and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by all dealers. Santa Fe Van Iterg. 3b 5 J. SafTord, c 4 Clancy, 2b 5 Stratum, lb 4 Keeffe. If 5 Dlgneo, rf 5 Berardinelll, cf .; . 5 Moore, ss 5 E. SafTord, p 4 AB K H VO A E 5 113 0 0 2 3 0 0 2 2 5 1 1 14 0 2 2 0 0 2 0 1 0 2 6 0 2 42 11 12 27 10 6 Score by Innings Barelas 000 001 0 0 0 1 Santa Fe 0 0 0 0 0 8 0 0 3 11 Summary: EHrned runs Albu querque, 6. Two Base Hits Strattor.. E. SafTord. Bases on Bulls Off Saf ford. 2; off Hidalgo, 1. Struckout By SafTord. 3; by Hidalgo, 6. Sacri fice Hits Weeks. Stolen Bases Salazar, 1; penn, 3; De Blasse, 1; J SafTord and Keeffe. The races yesterday afternoon wer. interesting. The one of most Interest to the grandstand was the event be tween Lucy Bennett, owned and driven by Tietzel; Bill Nye. owned and driven by Nye Martin; Major, driven by Trimble. Lucy Bennett won with Major second and Bill Nye third Shinlck'a Hallie won the first heat from Greenleaf's McGlnty and M;- Ginty won tho second. The program for this afternoon M eludes the following entries: 1:30 mixed class; Joe (Gusfafson). Trlxie (Trimble). Bill iNye, (Nye Martin). 1:25 Mixed: Brown Hal (Berger). Major (Trimble). Lucy Bennett (Tletzel). Loi.don, May 31. Some remarka ble details of the disposition of the world's charity to the Italian earth quake sufferers are furnished by .the Daily Mail's Home correspondent. He says that although the princi pal ruined cities have not as yet be gun the reorganization of normal life, practically all the relief funds have been disbursed or promised. The president of the central relief committee has furnished the follow ing approximate figures: Belief sent by foreign countries valued at $4,780,000, of which the cash subscriptions are approximately us follows: Great Britain, $600,000; Argentina, $400,000; Germany, $400,- 000; France, $200,000; United States $300,000. The relief from other countries is not yet calculated precisely. The foregoing sums do not include pro visions from abroad, hut and war ship relief. The Italian government voted $8,000,000 and imposed sur taxes equivalent to $14,000,000, the latter being distributed over a series of years to be expended in restoring public service In the earthquake area. In addition, the Vatican received $1,200,000 from the Catholics of the world, much of which already has biyn distributed by the Sicilian and 'alabrlan clergy. The total contribu tions were $2S.020.OO0. The central committee disbursed $4,450,000 and engaged very large sums for rearing orphans and other charities which niiiMt continue for years. It has at its disposal now only $16,375. W. C. KENDALL, Sheriff of Sierra County, New Mexl 'o. H. A. Wolford, Hillsboro. N. M., Attorney for the Plaintiff. RESTORATION TO F.NTRY OF LANDS IN NATIONAL I'ORIOST. Crescent Hardware Co... 318 W. Central Ave. Phone 315 Stoves, Ranges, House Furnish- ng Goods, Cutlery ar.tl Tools, Trnn Pinf Valvoo arA Firttnrrc i Plumbing, Heating, Tin and Copper Work Notice is hereby given that the lands described below, embracing 320.51 acree, within the Manzano National Forest, New Mexico, will oe subject to settlement and entry un der the provisions of the homestead laws of the United States and the act of June 11, 1906 (34 Stat., 233), at the United States land office at Santa Fe, New Mexico, on July 31, 1909. Any settler who was actually end in good faith claiming any of said lands for agricultural purposes prior to January 1, 1906, and has not abandoned same, has a preference right to make a homestead entry for the lands actually occupied. Said lands were listed upon the applica tions of the persons mentioned below who have a preference right subject to the prior right of any such settler, provided such settler or applicant Is qualified to make homestead entry and the preference right is exerclsjd prior to July 31, 1909, on which date the lands will be subject to settle ment and entry by any qualified per son. The lands are as follows: Th S,4 of Lot 1, Lot 2. the N!i of SV& of NE'4. Sec. 3, 7 9 N., R. 6 E., and the sib or sw'i ot sniii. Section 34, T. 10 N.. R. 6 B., N. M. M.. listed upon the application of Santiago Grlego of Old Albuquer que, New Mexico, who alleges set tlement In 1895; the SKli, Sec. 4. T. 9 N., R. 6 E.. application of Utalio Lucero of Albuquerque, New Mexico, who alleges settlement in 1886; Lot 2. Sec. 4, T. 9 N.. R. 6 E., application of Melquiades Homero of Lucero, who alleges settlement In 1895, ad dress care of Hugh H. Harris, Alou querque. New Mexico. Fred Dennett, Commissioner of the General Land Office. Approved May 13, 1909. Frank Pierce, First Assistant Secre tary of the Interior. . u VALUABLE IN FORMATION. Great Sacrifice Sale 1 Of Millinery and Trimmed Hats Legal proceedings having been brought against ue, we must raise a large amount of cash in the next few days. Tills is the Op- portunity of tlie Season to buy jour mllllnefcry cheap, cheaper, cheaper. Nothing- reserved. Everything slaughtered for the ready cawh. 25 percent) to 60 percent Reduction on Every Hat in our up-to-date stock for the next ten days only. Come to us and make your money go twice as far. EVERYTHING SPOT CASH. ' CRANE MILLINER Y Corner Central Avenuo mnd Fifth Street unuoo is-LLi ot uuiiirMiii iNcoRfORA reo WHOLESALE GROCERS Wool. Hide and Pelt Dealers Albuquerque and Las Vegas THREATENED WOMAN WITH BID KNIEE OirtVcr Mad Some Trouble In Suh iluiiiK Pi-i-om-r but landed Hint in Juil. Manii- l l.asalde was fined $13 and costs in the court of Judge Craig this morning for threatening Mrs. Wu.-ii'ngton with a knife in a North Third treet mercantile establishment where the latter In company with another, woman, came to purchase some provisions. Mrs. Washington later swore out a peace warrant f'r Lasalde and he was taken to Jail In default of $2.-.0 bond. Lasalde's capture by Officer Tony Guivera yesterday afternoon was .sn National. As 'noli -as the matter W reported to police headquarters, Otr tleer Guivera was detailed to bring the man In. He finally trailed him to the Palace pool hall. LaBalde es caped through the side door while tiie officer entered the front door. The officer left the pool room Just Lur-alde reached the sidewalk and be was placed under arrest. On" tbo way to Hie cution. Lasalde showed light an,l when within a hadf blociy of the station broke away fruin the officer aiul attempted to escape. Offi cer Guivera was too quick and took his prisoner to Jail without further trouble. That there are good, better and best whiskies, and that there good, better and best methods of producing whiskies was explained by a connois seur thus: "Many people have the idea that because whisky bears the government stamp showing that it is four years old 100 proof, and botted under government supervision, it is all right. This is a great mistake. Many whiskies are made from Inferior grain, carelessly handled and runhed through the process of manufacture, meeting all the requirements of the government yet producing whisky of poor flavor. "The making of whisky is Just like' the making of uny other product. Good material, careful supervision of every detail, pure water and proper ageing in government warehouses gives whisky a flavor and nap that can be readily (distinguished. Take for lnxtunce, McBrayers Cedar Brook. MS Albuquerque Foundry&Machine Works t. A Neat Cast Iron Hitching Post is a . Civic Improvement Phone 149 To any church in the city notifying us that the gift will be acceptable, we will deliver, free of charge, two of our $5.00 hitching posts Albuquerque Foundry and Machine Works. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Chicago Livestock. Chicago, May 31. Cuttle, 20.000. Tills whisky is made by tho good old l,'u to lower, lexas beeves jj.ij fashioned method of years ago. The '. Jexas steers I4..j.'o; most select grains only are used ; we8tel n Bte" $4.50 6.30; Blockers pure water Is drawn from limestone and feeders $3.60 5.60; cows and rock; every care is exercised during heifers $2.60 6.45 ; calves $5.25 the process of making, und it is 7 60. bonded warehoused, Rood ence ca as money can buy. It Is Just as I'lKht $6.75 whisky as money an,d experi- -2H: heavy $77.40; rou an make and as good whisky' ' P'S8 $5.80 ij 6.75; bulk then aged from six to eight years in ! H"B. 44.000. Strong 5c higher. mixeu ti.3UHi' gh $7t' of sales T7.20ffi-7.40 Sheep, 12.000, Market steady. Na tive $4.004i6.60; western $4.25 4 6.70; yearlings $6.25 'ii 7.30; native lambs $6.25318.65; western $6 50 9.75. Territory of New Mexico, County of Bernalillo, In the Probate Court, in re Estate of Jacob Loebs, Notice of Hearing on Final Report of Admin . istrator. Notice is hereby given that Otto Dleckmann, as administrator of salt ptate, has tiled In said court his final report as such administrator, and the suJd court has fixed Monday, the 6th cay of July, 1909, at 10 a. m. as the time for hearing any objections that nay then be made against the ap proval of said report. OTTO D1ECKMANN. Administrator. o For the bet work on shirt nalsts patronize Hubbs I-nundry do. o Men's rubber boots, first grade, only $3.50, at C. May's shoe store, 314 West Central avenue. Kansas City Livestock. Kansas t'ity. May 31. Cattle. 11, 000. Including 4.000 southerns. Steudy; 10c lower. Native steers $5.25 fi 6.90; southern steers $4.256.40; southern cow s $2.75 ft 4.75; native cows and heifers $34r6.75; stockers and feeders $4'u5.80; bulls $3.40 Ji 5.25; calves $3.75 i 7.25 ; western steers $5.40 6.75 ; western cows $2.50 5.50. Hogs. 11,000. Strong to 5c hlghir. Bulk of sales $6.8 3 Si 7 30; heavy $7.20 'r 7.40 ; packers and butchers $7 'ii 7.35; . light $6.701 7.10; pigs $5 50 ft 6.75. iheen, 7,000. Steady. Muttons $5n 6.60; lambs $7 4i 9; wethers and year lings $4 75fu'7 50; ewes $4.25JS; Texas and Arizopa muttons $4,759 6.25. HOW "FX4 LK SAM" ORIGINATED, This familiar nickname for the United States is sa!d to have come about in the following manner: During the war of M12 the United States governmei t nt. red Into a contract with Elbert Anderson to furnish supplies to the army. When ever the United Slates buys anything from a contractor it appoints an In spector to see that the goods are up to the specifications. In this case the government appointed a man by the name of Samuel Wilson. He was a Jolly, whole-soul, d man and was familiarly known as Uncle Sam. It was his duty to inspect every box and cask that came from Elbert Anderson, the contractor, and if the contents were all right the cargo was marked with the letters "E. A. U. S.," the initials of th- ,-ontractor and, the United States. The man whose duty It was to do this marking wa something of a joker, and when somebody aske, him one day what these letters stood for he said that they meant Elbi rt Anderson and Uncle Sam. Everybody. including Uncle Sam himself, thought this a very good Joke, and by and by :t got Into print and before the end of rie war It was known all over the country, and that is how the United States re ceived the name of Uncle Fam. Des Moines Rtgister and Leader.