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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, JULY S, 1908.
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ALBUQUERQUE'S
GREAT CASINO
FROM THE VALE EIGHT.
GREAT OARSMAN DROPPED
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Saturday Night to Great
Audience.
ENTERPRISE COMPLETE SUCCESS
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The Standard Pit mb
ing and Heating Co.
ARE DOING BUSINESS AT
412 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
MANAGER
AUTO ''HONE S71.
OitSZ & COm9 CrZnrdTMists.
L I G N T N I N G HAY PRESSES
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NOT MORE MEDICINE
But more quality In the medicine you are already taking, is usually
what sick people need and should insist on having.
When we buy drugs, we inelst on having the best, so with best
qualities and prompt service, we are In position to offer protection to
sick people.
B. H. BRSGGS & CO.,
Props. Alvarado Pharmacy V
BOTH PHONES
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dram Laying
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Little Poodle Dos: Ovster and I
Chop
Connected wrth the St. Elmo Saloon.
Strictly first-class short order house. Good things to sat.
Of EN DAY AMD NIQH1
CORBELLS &. SUNTAAG, Proprietors
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Live there a man with sout su dead that he ! not quickened with
patriotism at the approach of the Nation's Holiday?
It will be a bvty, banging, booming Birthday and every Man and ev
ery Boy wlil be expected to lend a hand.
Have you got all your fixings? Your Hot Weather Suitt Your Out
ing Trousers? Your Hat or Cap? Yeur email wear?
There's sure to be something you'll want for the Day w all Celebrate,
and you know you can get It best here.
Don't wait until the last moment. Come while the picking Is good, and
you can find what you want.
We'll be closed one-half day on the Fourth. ::::::
M. M AND ELL
Fine Glothing and Furnishings
COLO. U4.
We have the best Mower
and Rake made for New
Mexico
Runs Lighter, Longer and
BETTER
Bain and Old Hickory Wagons
; HARNESS AND SADDLES
J. KORBER & GO,
((rarer mnd gold avk.
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 condi
tion for the Fourth. Why not let us
estimate on your work, let it be large
or small.
J. L. Bell Co.
122 west silver avenui
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Red.
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THE MARKETS
STOCK MONET - METAL - WOOL
Closing Quotations Received by Levy
Bros,, Memoers cnicago
Board of Trade.
Amalgamated Copper 82
American Sugar 139
Atchison, common 86
Atchison, pfd ....102
Baltimore & Ohio 114H
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 72V4
Colorado Fuel & Iron 46
Colo. ado Southern, common.... 28
Colorado Southern, first 58
Colorado Southern, second .... 37
Chicago, Great Western common 20
C. & 0 63
Erie, common 47
Erie, first 82
Li. & N 150
Missouri Pacific 100
Metropolitan 129
Mexican Central 22
New York Central 147
Norfolk 85
Heading, common 102
Pennsylvania 142
Hock Island, common 31
Rock Island, pfd 76
Republic Iron & Steel, common 20
nepuDuc iron & steel, pfd 80
ssoutnern Pacific 65
St. Paul i78
oouinern Kan way 33
u. & t 87
Texas Pacific 341.
Union Pacific, ' common 129
u. a. a., common 33.V
U. S. S., pfd 101
Wabash, common 19
Western Union 93
w 63
New York Money Market.
New York, July 3. Prime mercan
tile paper, 34 per cent. Silver,
58c.
Chicago Live Stock.
Chicago. JulV 3. Pattlo Rnnolnts
15,(MI0; market 10c15c higher. Good
to prime steers. $5.256.25; poor to
meaium. jj.7&5; stockerg and feed
ers. $2.400 4.4(1- nwa to KAff, i en.
heifers, $2.504.75; canneis, $1.40
2.30; bulls, $2.254; calves, $3.60
6.25: Texas fed ntpera iisiii7n
Sheep Receipts 15,000; market
luc lower, uood to choice wethers,
$55.50; fair to choice mixed, $4.25
.io; western sheep, $4.75.
Kansas City Live Stock.
Kansas City, July 3. Cattle Re
ceipts, b.ooo, including 3,000 south
ems. Market 6c higher. Native
steers, I3.Z55.80; southern steers
I34.75; southern cows, $2.253.75;
native cows and heifers, 2.255
stockers and feeders. $2.75 n 4.35;
bulls. $2(53.50: chIvm iifton.
western fed steers. $45.25; western
Sheep Receipts, 2,000; market
Hieaay. Muttons, $4.255.60; lambs,
$5.757.20; range wethers, $4.40
5.50; fed ewes, $4.254.75.
Stock Market.
New York, July 3. The market
was very strong and active today. Ig
noring all unfavorable matter, and
showing nrower to arfvn.n,..
UKing, as was evidenced, ihe news
uoin Kussia was lather disturbing,
and the govern crop report was quite
unfavorable, but these did not oother
the market.
The list showed some Irregularity
at the closing, hut finished firm and
not far from the beat prices of the
day.
Barring unfavorable news over the
holiday, stocks should be bought on
Wednesday.
The tital sales were 826,900 shares.
SUNDAY'S FIRES
At 9 a. m.. on Rallroail nvpmto ho.
tween First and Second streets', a
Binaii waze at the rear of Williams"
drug store. No damage.
At 2:30 p. m., 402 North Second
street, an outbuilding in the rear
or
residence of Carl Hoffman.
Damage,
15.
The Volunteer Torpedo Crew.
Odessa, July 3. The Russian tor
pedo boat Emetllvy manned by a vol
unteer crew has left this port to
search for and attempt to torpedo the
batt.eshlp Knlas Potemkine, last re
ported In the hands of a mutinous
crew at Kustenji, Roumanla.
Regular meeting of Mineral Lodge
No. 4 Knights of Pythias tonight.
Election of officers. A full attendance
requested.
First-class board at 60S South Arno
street.
The Muslin Underwear sale or the
season at The Economist Read the
ad on page sl.
The Casino was opened Saturday
night with the largest attendance
ever known In Albuquerque, upon
anv public occasion.
The day had been warm, the even
Ins was cool, the enterprise was
what Albuquerque had never known,
the whole town waa out on the qui
vive to see what a summer theatre
was, and who would be there.
The Casino Itself, erected by the
Casino Amusement company, was de
signed br Architect La Dreere. It Is
a Swiss cottage, 68x135 feet In dimen
sions. A broad, but low flight of
steps leads to a front platform. At
the left end of the platform la the en
trance to the bar. Directly In front
is the entrance to. the auditorium,
having upon its right the ticket of
fice, and the entrance to the rooms
where refreshments are prepared.
The auditorium will set 800 peo
ple, being 48x80 feet, comfortably
seated with chairs. On either side
of the auditorium, and raised a
couple of feet, Is a palm garden, each
garden being 10x80 feet, and supplied
with sixteen tables, with easy-chatrs.
and accommodating 200 people In
the two. These are the reserve seats
for which you 'buy a ticket, and get
the number of your table.
The stage Is 55x35 feet, and lav
lshly supplied with the latest In the
way of scenery, which all rolls up,
InBtead of being moved backward and
forward. On each side of the stage
are dressing and toilet rooms for the
performers.
The Wade Opera and Vaudeville
company, always favorites In Alba
querque, now occupy the boards.
There are fouiteen people la the
company and each one is a star.
The orcbestra Is under the charge
of Prof. Perle, musical director,
Among the members are Prof Dl
Mauro, violinist, and LawTence Pow
ers, pianist. - -
It Is a pei feet treat to sit in the
palm garden, protected by screens
from every form of Insect, and yet
enjoying every breeze that blows
listening to pleasing music or amus
ing acting, sipping the good things
of lire, as brought, by attentive and
willing waiters.
The refreshment department Is
conducted by the Albuquerque Cater
ing company, of which Ernest Myeis
is president. This insures that every
thing offered will be of the best
quality.
There are more than twenty em'
ployes of the place, among whom The
Citizen man saw Ed. Plcard, general
manager; J. Fred Fleischer, manager
of refreshment department; Capt.
Geo. M. Cundlft in charge of the bar,
assisted by Al McDowell, Mrs. E. Van
druff and Mrs, Chas - Shirk in the re
freshment parlors, Thos. Lane in
charge of fourteen waiters In uniform,
Raymond Stamm In the ticket office
and Capt. Kass to accept the tickets
at the door.
Albuquerque can congratulate her
self on having the pleasantest and
most attractive place of amusement 1
the southwest, and certainly should
feci great gratitude to the Traction
company, especially Colonels Greer
and Sellers, for supplying so pleasing
a place of resort. The management
asserts that It shall be maintained as
a place to which women and children
may go with or Without escort, with
out fear of Insult or contamination.
Address of O. N. Marron.
Mr. Marron first stated that the oc
casion was an event In the history
and upbuilding of Albuquerque, and
spoke of the beautiful Casino and
magnificent appointments, and In that
connection, as a proof of the truth
of what Editor Hearst characterized
our city, namely: "Albuquerque is
the greatest, biggest and best little
city I have ever seen in all my
travels." He remarked that this
tribute to Albuquerque was paid even
before Colonel Greer and Colonel Sel
lers came with all of their enthusi
asm and enterprise and energy, and
gave to the city the traction com
pany, the Casino company, and the
allied institutions. The speaker ven
tured the assertion that were Mr.
HearRt here today be would become
an Allmquerqiiean and buy himself a
lot In Luna place and buy himself a
comfortable home, and like the rest
of the Albiinuerqueans, praise the
Lord for having been so good to him
as to penult him to live here. In the
course of his remarks he stated that
the people were so enthused at the
present time that tho population of
Albuquerque would leach 35,000 In
1910. He then in glowing terms, paid
a nigh tribute to the Hon. J. W
Jastro and his associates, for the en
ergy and enterprise that bave been
displayed by them glm'e their cotu
Ing to Albuquerque and becoming In
t'rested with us In her future and her
destiny. The speiker stated, further-
more, that the ha:ter of these in
dlviduals was a sufficient guarantee
to all the people that the amusements
and everything pertaining to the
Casino would be of the highest and
very best character, and that It would
be a place that all of our citizens
could attend and gain respite from
the troubles and cares of everyday
life, and that no one would have a
regret for having come, and Immedi
ately then, he wished Oodsneed to
the strangers, and on behalf of the
manaeement foimally dedicated the
building.
John S. Meeks. who visited h!s par
ents at Holder, Indian Territory, has
returned to the city, and today an
rouneed that he was glad to get back
He r.iys he attended a picnic near
T'' 1 1 fr. la company with several so-
cv yo'inir ladles, but the weather
v'g so torrid that most of his time
was trni.Ioved In monplng perspira
tion from his brow. He Informed his
folks at Holder that Albuquerque was
the home of the Amer'can Lumber
company and that the big p'ant could
not continue business until his return.,
hence he did not remain at home as
long as wished. He was pleased,
however, with his visit and found his
folks enjoying good health.
Johnny Booth, for many years In
the hack bus'ness at Las Vegas, and
subsequently In the same business
here, but who nearly two years ago
sold out to Pat McAullf and since
then engaged In a tour of the country
by buckboard, has returned to the city
and will re-engage in business here.
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CORNELIUS E. DALY.
The great Yale oarsman, who was
dropped from the 'varsity eight for
crlboing during the eliminations
held at Gales Ferry. The removal of
Daly Just before the race with Har
vard was a blow to the eight, ana
necessitated breaking up the Yale
four-oaied crew, to find a substitute
for Daly. The statement of the atlv
lete, issued after being dropped, was
that the occurrence was a "terrible
mistake.'1 and that he had no Inten
tlon of cribbing, and that there was
no necessity for doing so.
LOCAL PARAGRAPHS
The Economist will close all day to
morrow July 4th.
The regular monthly meeting of the
city council will be held at the city
hall tonight.
The public library will be closed
all day tomorrow In observance of the
Fourth of July.
There wll be fire works at Traction
park at 8:30 p. m., July 4th. Every
body Invited.
The First street natatorium will be
closed to the public tonight, as it has
been engaged by private parties.
Maynard Gunsul left last night for
Del Rio, Texas, to look after exten
sive business Interests he has there.
Regular Review of Alamo Hive No.
1, L.vO. T. M.. at Odd Fellows' hall,
Tuesday afternoon, July 4th, at 2:30
sharp.
In observance of the Fourth of July
the various banks of the city will
be closed all day, the postofflce will
observe Sunday hours and the stores
wlil close at noon.
The German Ladies' Aid society will
meet Wednesday afternoon at 2:30
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. Emll
Kllenwort at the corner of 6th street
and Atlantic avenue.
Mrs. Eva Barton and two children,
who have been the guests of N. Peach
and family In this city for the past
two months, left last night for thelr-l
home In Spokane, Washington.
Sister Mary Gertrude, formerly of
this place but now at the convent In
Trinidad, will arrive tonight on ten
days' retreat. She Is a sister of M. J.
McAfee, the contractor and builder.
Hon. M. H. Otero, the popular regi
ster of the Un!ted States land office at
Santa Fe, is here to enjoy the Fourth
of July with his family. He will re
turn to Santa Fe Wednesday morning.
Harry I Holllster, secretary of the
Pueblo Bridge company, of Pueblo,
Colo., is In the city .on business con
nected with bidding on new bridges
that are to be erected In Sandoval
county
Joso E. Chaves son of the late Hon.
Felipe Chaves, was In the city yester
day from Belen, visiting relatives and
friends. He Is arranging his affairs
so as to return to New York City In
a short time.
gan, who became a Rough Rider from
gan, who became a Rought Rider from
that point, is In the city hut will leave
for El Paso tonight. He Is at present
engaged In mining at Goldflelds. Nev.,
but is going to EI Paso on a mining
deal.
Tho board of county c HiimlKsloners
were In session at Ihe court house to
day, and the board was besieged all
day listening to objections to In
creases ordered by the board In as
sessments for the present year. The
board will not Im In sesilon tomorrow,
Word has been received by friends
In this city of tho death of J. C
Murray, formerly o fthe electrical de
partment of the Santa Fe at thl
point. He returned to his home at
Cheviot, Ohio, two months ago, and
his death will be keenly felt among
his friends In tTils city.
M. O. Blcknell, who for a number
of years was Southern Pacific ticket
agent at Demlng, passed through that
town the other day. Mr. Blcknell Is
now located In Phoenix, and is super
intendent and general freight and
passenger agent of the Maricopa,
Phoenix & Salt River Valley rail
road. Mr. and Mrs W. Balrd will leave In
a few days for El Paso and thence
to Oakland, Cal., where Mr. Balrd has
a situation awaiting his coming. Mr.
Balrd came here recently from S'lver
City and accepted a position as watch
maker at the H. E. Fox Jewelry store.
He has Just resigned the latter po
sition and wlil go to California.
Elaton E., son of Prof. F. A. Jones
of this city, and who has recently re
turned from the State School of Mines
at Rolla, Missouri, has accepted a po
sition as assayer with the North Am
erican Mining company at Lordsburg,
N. M., where he will spend his vaca
tion. The young man expects to re
sume bis studies In the fall at the
same Institution and enters as a full
pledged Junior.
A. W. Cavanaugh, who was elected
a delegate from the local lodge of the
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks, left last night for EI Paso, where
he will Join the (Juten 8abe marching
club, which will leave that city on
Thursday to attend the meeting of the
rrand lodge of the order at Buffalo,
N Y., which meets on July 10. The
club will consist of 160 members and
a Mexican band of sixty pieces, which
was donated for the occasion by Gov.
Ahumada of the state of Jalisco, Mex
ico. Warren Graham and Samuel Gordon
two well known warriors on small and
big game, will leave tomorrow morn
ing for the Jemes Hot Springs. Both
gentlemen will remain away from the
city for several weeks; and will hunt
and fish. Mr. Gordon takes along with
him a Missouri Gatlln shot gun, which
be used back In that state a few years
ago and by which he was credited
with killing fifty birds at one shot.
Ho has already promised friends here
with all kinds of game, and of course
he will keep tils promise.
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ALBUQUERQUE
WORKS. B. P, HALL Proo.
We Fill
Prescriptions
RIGHS, atlconsistent prices
WE WILL WIRE YOUR
In the Safest and Most Up to Date Manner
AT A REASONABLE COST
We Make a Specialty ot Electric Pumping Outfits,
SUITABLE FOR KESID1JNCES.
Eatlmatea Cheerful'y Given.
Southwestern Electric &
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and O. F. C. Whiskies, Moet & Chandon White Seal Champagne, St. Louis A.
B. C. Bohemian and Jos. Schliti Milwaukee Bottled Beers, and owners and
distributers of the lvarado Whiskey. Writ lor our illustrated catalogue and
price list. Automatic Telephone 199. Salesroom 111 Souib First btreei,
Albuquerque New Mexico.
Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
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 snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial Laundry Co.
"RED WAGONS"
THE
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SAMPLE ANO CLUB ROOUS
and your cholco of varloty can bo oxor-
elaod to thozutmoat. -
. Nowhoro olao can you Itnd auch a
eomploto atock.
Nowhoro olao will you Itnd qualltloa
ao carotully lookod attar, or prlcaa ao
modorato.
Tho moat economical can tlnd noth
ing but pralao for thorn.
Wo aro proud ofourgooda and wlah
youto pay ua tho eompllmont of exam
ining thorn.
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Room 13, N. T. Armijo Building.'
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for Inferior
service. v t
The only Lone Distance Trans-
J mitters and Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets; Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
Iron and Bras Castings! Ore, Coal and
Lumbal Can) SWtingu Pufltyi, GnuU
Bars, Babbit Metal) Columns and Iron
Fronts for Building, jt jt j jH js j
REPAIRS ON MININ6 AND MILLStJ
MACHINERY A SPECIALTY, j
foundry East Side ef Kailread Trick
ALBUQUERQUE, NtW MEXICO
B. RTJPPE
Next to Bank ot Comnurce
203 West R. R. Ave.-
A HOLD-UP
is not what you find
when we are employ
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Electrical Work
STORE OR RESIDENCE,
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SecondSt.
WHOLESALE LIQUOR ANO CIGAR
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FINEST WHISKIES, WINES
ANO BRANDIES, ETC.
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