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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1905.
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Live there a man with aour ao dead that ha ia not quickened with
patriotism at the approach of the Nation'. Holiday?
It will b a buty, banging, booming Birthday and every Man and ev
ery Boy will be expected to lend a hand.
Have you got all your fixings? Your Hot Weather Suit? Your Out
Ing TrouteraT Your Hat or CapT Yojr small wear?
There's aur to be something you'll want for the Day we all Celebrate,
and you know you can get it best here.
Don't wait until the last moment. Come while the picking ia good, and
you can find what you want.
We'll be closed one-half Sy on the Fourth. : : : j ;
M. MAN DELL
Fine Clothing and Furnishings
The Standard Plumb
mg and Heating Co.
ARE DOING BUSINESS AT
412 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
M ANA G E R
AUTO "MONt 71.
Ol tiZ & CO., C'ZrTtfrrslts.
LICNTNING HAY PRESSES
We have the best Mower
and Rake made for New
Runs Lighter, Longer and
Bain and Old Hickory Wagons
HARNESS AND SADDLES
J. KORBER & GO,
NOT MORE MEDICINE
But more quality In the medicine you are already taking, la usually
what sick people need and should Insist on having.
When we buy drugs, we insist on having the best, so with best
qualities and prompt service, we are In position to offer protection to
B. H. BRIGGS & CO.,
Props. A I vara do Pharmacy)
ft BTRKKT and GOLD AVK.
Claude Doane, Alleged Mu:
derer and Horse Thief
Gives Posse Slip.
HIS BOLDNESS IS ASTONISHING
This afternoon Captain J. P. Fuller-
ton and Sergeant K. W. Lewis, of the
New Mexico mounted police: Fred
Fornoff, of the United States secret
service; Ben Williams, special agent
of the Santa Fe i all way, and five
other officers, returned to the city
from Los Padlllas, where they went
last night In hopes of capturing
Claude Doane, the ex-convlct, who
is wanted for murder, and who made
a daring raid on the outskirts of this
city last Wednesday night and drove
away a number of horses.
The party reached Los Padlllas,
wheie Doane has had his rendezvous
for the past ten days, several hours
before daylight, and took their placeB
in the brush. After each man had
been placed by Captain Fullerton
they waited for daylight to come
when it was their plan to ' surprise
uoane and bis gang.
At the first peep of dawn eac'n offi
cer was on the alert, his eyes search
lng the horizon for a glimpse of the
aespeiado and his confederates. How
ever, they were disappointed, as the
crafty Doane had taken advantage ol
the night to escape further south
The posse rode up to the house where
he had been staying, and written on
the water tank of the corral was the
inscription: "Claude Doane, June
Captain Fullerton Is of the onlnlon
that Doane Is still In hiding near
Albuquerque and that it is only
question of a few days when he will
be caught napping. He said It was
probably true that Doane and a mem
uer or bis gang was at the stocK
yaids, south of this city, yesterday
The officers have by no means
given up the search and the man Is
not believed to have the slightest
cnance to escape. 1
There is just one way to
eiTM ftaruring utncti oda
Schilling's Best, at youi
Immense Muslin Wear Sale at The
Economist this week. Read the ad.
Chicken, lamb, and cream pie at
the Columbus hotel tomorrow.
Something good. ' That Is the free
lunch at Zelger cafe tonight.
Pkimbinp;, Gas Fitting, and Dra'n Laying
It will not be our fault If this year's
celebration of Independence Day Is
not celebrated. We will quickly do all
necessary repairing work so as to
have your plumbing In perfect condl
tlon for the Fourth. Why not let us
estimate on your work, let it be large
I. It.-. " V"! 1
J. L. Bell Co.
122 wear silver avenum
Automatle Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
Little Poodle Dos Ovster and
Connected with the St. Elmo Saloon. --. cr g.j 2 g f
Strictly firet-claea short order house. Good things to eat
Of EN DAY A NO NIQH1
3 CORDLLLS & SUNTAAG, Proprietors
Matinee at Traction Park Casino
tomorrow at 2:30 p. m. No reserved
seats. Admission, adults, 25 cents;
children, 15 cents. Regular show In
Telephone Subscribers, Notice.
On and after this date the Central
New Mexico Telephone company will
charge the following tolls on their
line trom Albuquerque to Belen, and
Albuquerque to Helen and Esmer
alda, twenty-five centa for three min
utes and five cents for each additional
Albuquerque to Los Lunas, Peralta
and Valencia, twenty cents for three
minutes and five cents for each addi
Subnci liters will be held responsi
ble for all tolls from their telephone.
CEN1RAL NEW MEXICO TELE
D. K. B. SETXERS,
July 1, 1305. President.
Base ball Sunday, Monday and
Tuesday at Traction Park, between
the Las Vegas Blues and the Albu
querque Browns. Admission, fifty
Matinee at, Traction Park Casluo
tomorrow at 2: SO n. m vn raorw,i
seats. Admission, adults, 25 cents;
children, 16 cents. Regular show in
List your real estate for sale with
WootUsn Wootten, 123 South Third
Mrs. Roman Romero and Mrs. E.
H. Baca are vlsltln friends In Las
Mrs. Hildgarde Omnsfeld left last
Wednesday morning for Boston to
visit her daughters for several
Mrs. M. Rhumschssel, of St. Louis.
la spending; the summer In Albuquer
que the guest of her sister, Mrs. A.
Miss Mattle "BafserT of the Har-
wood home, left Wednesday morn
ing for Connecticut, where she will
spend the summer.
Mrs. A. C. Potter of the Economist.
baa been the guest of Las Vegas
friends the past week. She la ex
pected home in a few days.
Mrs. -Charles Oruner will leave to
night, for Los Angeles, Cal., where
she will spend the remainder of the
summer with her daughter.
Mr. and Mrs. R. O. Wilson, of the
Albuquerque Indian school, left last
night for Fredonla, Kan., where they
will be the guests of relatives.
Mrs. Will Ments and son left yes
terday for Long Beach, Cal., to spend
the hot months. They will return In
the fall. Mr. Ments will Join them
Mr. and Mrs. David Weinmann an
tic! pate leaving tomorrow for the
east. Mr. Weinmann will buy dry
goods for The Economist store, while
Mrs. Weinmann visits friends and rel
Colonel R. W. S. Negus, one of
Albuquerque s social gentlemen, has
gone to New York, where Mrs. Negus
Is now visiting. The colonel and
wife will visit Canada before return'
ing to the city.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Fiant, of Mun
cle, Ind., are new arrivals in the city,
They are located at 408 South Broad
way. Mr. Flant'a mother, Mrs,
Thompson, accompanied them to the
city and will spend the summer here.
On Wednesday evening Col W. H.
Oreer, president of the Albuquerque
Traction company, was host at a de
lightful trolley party, complimentary
to Governor Otero, Attorney General
George W. Prichard and Hon. H. A.
Jastro. The party made the trip
over the entire line and were very
much pleased with their ride.
Mrs. F. L. Myers left this morning
for Wto.llngton, Kan, to Join Mr. My
ers, who was recently promoted from
Santa Fe agent in this city to train
master at that point. Mrs. Myers has
many warm friends in : Albuquerque,
and during her residence in this city
she was an active member of the
woman a club and other social or
ganizations. , , -., Hi if -
' Miss Lizzie Westerfeld 'ail J mother,
Mrs. C. Westerfeld, entertained a
few friends at luncheon at their
home, 511 Broadway, at fonr o'clock
Thursay afternoon. The table was
prettily decorated with flowers and
presented a very Inviting appearance,
Miss Bertha Loebu, added to the en
joyment of the occasion with some
fine selections on the plane.
Thursday morning at 8:30 o'clock
at the Immaculate Conception church
occurred the wedding of Miss Svlvla
Anna Greaves and Louis W. Black,
two popular Albuquerque young peo
ple. A large number of friends i.f
the contracting parties attended the
ceremonies. The newly married
couple have gone to housekeeping at
307 Roma avenue.
One of the most enjoyable social
events of the past week occurred at
the Bittner home on South Walter
street Monday evening when Harvey
B'ttner entertained about thirty of
his friends at a delightful dancing
party. The house was beautifully dec
orated, the colors of Lelalfd Stanford
university, California, predominating.
At the close of the evening dainty
refreshments were served and the
guests departed after bidding their
host goodbye, he leaving that nleht
for California to resume his studies
in the university.
Last nlcht at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Cilison, on West Coal ave
nue, Clarenrf E. Gaston, of WInslow,
Ariz., was united in marriage to Miss
Mabel F. Poore, of Boston. Mass.
Rev. George H, Harrison, rector of
St. John's Episcopal church, perform
ing the ceremony. The bride ar
rived last night at 8 o'clock from the
east and the ceremony took place at
9. Miss Poore was accompanied on
her long Journey by her cousin, Hor
ace Applegate, of St. Louis. Only a
few intimate friends of. the contract
ing parties were present. The happy
couple left later in the evening in
Superintendent . Gibson's private car,
for WInslow, where they will go to
housekeeping, the groom being revis
ing clerk at that point for the Santa
On account of the heat, the Elks
will not be required to appear in
regular costume at the funeral of
Mr. Hughes tomorrow afternoon.
GRAND OPENING AT
NEW CASINO TONIGHT
Tonight at 8:30 o'clock will occur
the formal opening of the handsome
new Traction 'Park Casino, when the
Wade Musical Stock company will
commence a ten weeks' engagement
at the summer theater. The company
arrived In this city last night from
Santa Fe, and this afternoon moved
Its effects to the auditorium. Hon O.
N. Marron will deliver k short ad
The finishing touches were put on
the Casino today, and tonight the
nnest summer garden and theater in
the Southwest will be thrown open to
the public. The advance sale of seats
has been tremendous today, and the
capacity of the building will be taxed
to its utmost
The Traction company has made
special arrangements to handle the
crowd, and all the cars will be put
Into service at 7 o'clock, so that there
will be no hitch and no one need be
The Southwestern Brewery ft Ice
company has commenced the man
facture of a special beer, known
casino urew, wnicn will be sold ex
clusively at the Casino.
and your chole of varlaty can bo oxor
elaad to tho utmott.
Nowhoro olao can you nnd much a
Nowhoro olao will you nnd qualltloo
ao carotully looked attar, or prleoa ao
Tho moat economical can find noth
ing but pralao for them.
Wo are proud of our gooda and with
you to pay ua tho compliment of oxam
I a Ing them.
WHERE TO WORSHIP.
Baptist Church Sunday school at
9:50. No other services today, or
thiough the month of July. Meetings
wun (jongregattonai church.
Chr it in r.hiirrh Xfaota In ...n
Commercial Club building. Sunday
hciiuui at ju a. m.i sermon at 11 a.
m. on "The Ideal Homo' P.vonlni,
service at s o clock. .
Highland Methodist Prenchlnir at
ii a. m. ana at x n m hv thn nuinr
J. M. Sollie. Sunday arhnnl at n-4K
a. m. junior League at 3 p. ni. Sen
lor League at 7 p. m. Strangers
First MethnrllKt Fnlu-nn.l rh..
Sunday school at 9-4R m Pro..).
ing eervice at u a, m, Class meet-
lue &L 1Z n Clark nnnn vn.A
, -" J'WW,IU
xeaUe at 7 n. m. trvAnino- vIsiA eat
a p. m. oermou Dy the pastor.
St John'a Enlaconal rhiirvKrn.
ner of Fourth street and Silver ave
nue. Holy communion at 7:30 a. m
Sunday school at 10 a. m. Holy com
munion and sermon at 11 a. m. Even
Ing nraver and sermon at a n m a
U. Harrison, Rector.
P I rt D r.l klita.! U U Y71 1. -
. .v, i 1 1 u i v m r.ina
opera house. Services conducted by
the pastor, Rev. Hugh A. Cooper,
morning and evening. Subject at 11
. m. win do, yuur struggle for In
denendenrn" Tn tho snsni.. o
m. the pastor will preach the tirst
-um oi a series on me Ideal
Home." The subjects are as fol'nwa
1. The Ideal Husband.
2. The Ideal Wife.
3. The Ideal Young Man.
4. The Ideal Young Woman.
Sundav srhnnl at Q-JK a m v,.r,-
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Read The Economist ad today.
Base ball Inniorrnv n nH nn Ufanlair
L.as vegas uiues versus Browns.
"Lest VOll fnre-pt nra aav It vet
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read today's Economist ad.
Chicken at the Columhim hntnl
tomonow, twenty-live cents.
Read The Economist
Why not go to the White Elenhant
ror that nne free luncli tonlghtr
1 TRACTION PARK
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This Pretty New Summer Theater Will Open
SATURDAY EVE, JULY 1ST
COME AND BRING YOUR FAMILY
Wade Musical Stock Go,,
"DIRECT FROM GMCA60"
Will Present the Delightful Comic Opera,
THE BEGGAR PRINCE
An all-star cast, including Miss Gertrude Hutchin
son, Miss Leila Thome, Miss Kittle Nice, Miss Addle
Mumford, F. A. Wade, O. Byron Bronti, Jay C. Taylor,
Frank Burgess, Stanton Brady, Lawrence Powers, etc,
MR. LOUIS PERL, MUSICAL DIRECTOR.
General Admission 25c
Reserved seats and tables In Palm gardens 60c
Refreshments of all kinds served throughout the
house during the performance. Reserved seat tickets
on sale from 8 a. m.. to 6 p. m. at O. A, Mataon ft
Co., stationer, 2)2 West Railroad avenue.
MATINEE SUNDAY AFTERNOON, 15 AND 25CT8.
305 Railroad Averxoe.
3 The Colorado Telephone Company.
4 MV Ah
Room 13, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get b
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Lone Distance Trans
mitters and Receivers; Wall or
uesic sets; L,ong time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
FOUNDRY AND MACHINE
WORKS. . R. P. HALL Pot.
Iron and Braai Cattings) Ore, Coal and
Lumber Cam Shiftlngii Pulkyi, Grul
Bart, Babbit MeUlt Columns and Iron
Front for Building J J J J J
REPAIRS ON MININ8 AND VALIU
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. J
Foaidrt East Side of lallrttd TrKk
. AUUQUERQUE, NL MEXICO
'We Fill .
RI6KS. aCconsistent prices
Next to Bank of Cowrce
203 West R. R. Ave.
is not what you find
when we are employ
ed to do your '. :
WE WILL WIRE YOUR STORE OR RESIDENCE.
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
At a reasonable cost
We Make a Specialty ol Electric Pumping Outfits,
SUITABLE FOR KESIDKNCES.
Eatlmatea Cheerful'y Given.
Southwestern Electric & Construction Co., SiSSSE
iWeiini & Eakin
WHOLESALE LIQUOR AND CIGAR
and O. F. C. WhlskieK, Most At Chandon While Seal Champagne, St. Loula A
H. C. Bohemian aud Jo. Schliti Milwuukee Bottled Beer, and ownera and
diitribuwra of the lvarado Whiskey. Writ for our Illustrated catalogue and
price list. Automatic Telephone 199. Salesroom 111 South Hrt ktri.
Albuquerque New Meilco.
Have You Noticed the DomesticFinish
We give on our laundry work? Try It and see how
durable it is. Notice how long it keeps its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snov and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial Latmdry Co.
T II E FINEST WHISKIES, WINES
OT CI RflO m eRANDIS c. 4
JOSEPH BARNETT. Prop.
120 West Railroad Avenue
A lunch (.hat nut hu . m.
SAUPLE AND CLUB ROOMS
Zeigor cafe tonight . .