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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21, 1905.
ALHUQUEKQUK EVENI NG "CITIZEN.
(Continued from Page 1.)
mond A. eave a flue exhibition on the
"Terrible Star." After considerable
delay Star was brought out from the
conal and saddled. I'pshaw mounted
him. itJ the atiin i'l w:th f.'et. a had
repufitton did Ronio pretty fine stunts
at pitching and bucking, and soon
tired when he found bis rider was
too good for him.
Frank Watklns rode "Gooseye," the
beBt bronco that haa been ridden lur
ing the week. "Gooseye" gave the
Ann-l.nv nulla a tnaslo find fhA PTflwd
went wild with applause. The animal
went through all sorts of contortions,
but failed to dislodge the giitty cow
boy, and was finally taken back to
the corral thoroughly licked. Hon
Cuba, who a few days ago failed to
ride "Domingo," made another at
tempt yesterday, and was successful.
Domingo was far from being a wild
and woolly animal, but he was bad
enough to give an interesting exhibi
tion. The best exhibition yesterday was
given on "Corkscrew." The name
suits this bronco, as he goes through
all sorts of stunts that would make
one think "ne was built like a cork
sciew. He soon tired, as the cowboy
showed no disposition to fall off, and
he was taken back to the corral.
TROOP H. GIVES VERY
Yesterday afternoon and last night.
Troop H of the Fifth cavalry, gave
two of the most interesting drills ever
seen at a fair in this city.
The way the troopers and their
mounts performed aroused the great
est admiration for Uncle Sam's men.
Lieutenant Lewis and his men are to
bo congratulated on the excellent
showing they have made.
On Railroad avenue last night the
cavalry entertained a mammoth crowd
by a drill full of interesting features,
chief of which was one stunt where
the boys stood up on tneir mounts
and went through a calisthenic drill.
Yestreday afternoon after the ball
game Troop H gave a field drill at
Traction park and a sham battle. The
rapidity wi'h which they went through
the various maneuvers was very fine
and the large crowd present was lib
eral in its applause.
AND LIVE 5T0CK EXHIBITS
Floral hall, at Traction park, is an
interesting place. The hall Is full of
fine exhibits of all kinds. Probably
the chief feature of the exhibit Is the
fruit display, Toi ranee county leading
with the best exhibit.
The display from Torrance county Is
really wonderful. It shows what en
ergy and thrift can do, and all this
without irrigation. The biggest pump
kins are from Torrance county, and
the other displays from this county
Jn the way of fiuit are also very cred
Hable.' ' Torrance -county' Bhould be
awarded first prize for the best ex
hibit at the fair.
Other exhibits are some very fine ap.
pies from the San Juan country; fine
apples from trie big orchard of H. J
Hagerman at Rosweil; fiuit from Es
panola and other sections, consisting
of peaches, pears, quinces, etc.
Merchants Have Displays.
A number of the merchants of Albu
querque have booths in Florad hall.
The J. I). Emmons Furniture com
pany has a handsomely furnished
booth representing a home. Fine fur
niture, elegant carpets and pretty pic
tures on the wall, make the booth look
like t he interior of a modern home,
and this exhibit has attracted its
share of attention.
The Rio Grande Woolen mills have
a department in which Is displayed
the products of the big mills.
The Albuquerque lousiness college,
In conjunction with Learnard & Lin
demann, Albuquerque music dealers,
has a very fine display In the east
end of the hall. The platform con
tains some fine pianos, and music Is
furnished vhile you wait.
Moon & Keleher, photographers,
have one of the most attractive ex
hibits of fine art work.
Mineral Exhibit Very Fine.
One of the chief attractions in Floral
hall Is the extensive mineral collec
tion of the University of New Mexico.
This exhibit was the one that was
sent to the Louisiana Purchase expo
sition at St. Louis last year. Dr. F.
A. Jones Is in charge of the exhibit.
Some Fine Livestock,
The Txme Willow stock farm, locat
ed at McCracken, Kan., has the finest
array of registered cattle. Two cars
of registered Herefords and Holstein
cattle fill two large pens, and during
the day fheso pens are the center of
attraction in the livestock section.
Today and tomorrow more stock will
arrive from Colorado and Kansas, and
by Saturday the largest and finest ex
hibit of live stock ever seen In the
southwest, will be at Traction park.
HUGE CHUNK OF COAL
ATTRACTS MICH ATTENTION
The big, solid chunk of coal, mined
by the New Mexico Fuel & Iron com
pany at Hasan, N. M., which is on ex
hibition at the paik, is the center of
ai traction for crowds going anil com
ing from the entrance to the ball
grounds. The coal, which is probably
tho larm'st solid chunk ever mined in
the world, sets on a platform. It is
lagged with a card bearing the in
scription: Weight, 13, null jioiinds. or
Co tons. Mined by New Mexico Fuel
Iron company, Hauan, N. M. Took
fi:st prize at the Worlds fair as the
best bituminous coal.
Kev. T. M. Connelly, It. Powell, Mil -
tun Todd ami family, V. A. Keeler and
wife, liary L. ood and J. K. i-ee-ger
are only a few of the Winslow
visitors to the fair.
I': evident V. Johnson and E. F.
Ailen, vi( e chairman of the executive
committee of the American Lumber
company, arrived from the east last
niL'iit and are quartered at the Al
varado. Mr. Johnson said this morn
ing that he and Mr. Allen were down
rn T.iiatnpsa ntisi1nf tMni.a nt till'
mill alonp. and t'uat they would pr.jb -
ably be in New M xlco two weeks.
R. J. Knowles Admits Send
ing Obscene Matter Through
GRAND JURY STILL AT WORK
.11. J. lnowies, a sinning aaiua r -1
machinist, who has been In trouble
more or less during the past year,
and who for some months has been;
out on bond, awaiting trial upon two
Indictments returned by the United
States grand Juiy, charging him with
sending obscene matters through the
United States mails, yesterday after
noon appeared before the court and
pleaded guilty. The court will pass
sentence upon Knowles later. I
Knowles will be remembered as the
man who was arrested early last
spilng by Santa Fe detectives, on the
charge of haying placed ties on the
track near llernalillo, in an attempt
to wreck No. 8, eastbound. The ties
were struck by a freight train and lit
tle damage was done, but had the
passenger train hit the ties the result
might have been a disastrous wreck.
Knowles was given a preliminary
hearing on this charge. He was under
arrest at the time, charged with hav
ing sent obscene letters through the
mails, and finding himself In pretty,
serious trouble all around, he decided
to plead guilty and ask the mercy of
Grand Juries Still at Work.
The United States grand jury was
still in session this morning. It haB
returned a number of indictments,
and It is expected that it will be ready
to make its report to the court to
day. The territorial grand Jury Is
also in session.
WOULD NOT DENOUNCE
Hartford. Conn.. Sept. 21. At to
day's session of ihe National Associn- ,
tlon ot Lite unaerwruers a mrctti-,
ened split over the adoption of a res-;
olution presented by Delegate J. J. !
Raleich of St. Louis, denouncing the
misconduct in insurance circles, was
averted and a compromise resolution
Canadian Agricultural Exhibition.
Montreal, Quebec, Sept. 21. The
agricultural exhibition, under the
auspices of the Hochelaca Agricult
ural society, opened at Rout de'lsle
this morning. The entries In the
various classes are unusually numer
ous and the exhibits are highly crel
italde. The attendance was quite
large today and many visitors from
the surrounding districts are in town
for the purpose of visiting the exhi
bition Maryland Doctors to Meet.
Deer Park, Md., Sept. 21. Several
hundied members of the Medical and
Chirudgical faculty of Maryland, are
assembled here to attend the 107tth
semi-annual convention of their or
ganization. It will open here tonight
at the Deer Park hotel. The meet
ing will be called to order by Dr. S.
T. Earle, the president of the associa
tion, who will read his report for the
past six months. Papers will then be
read by 'Doctors Frank Martin, Guy
Hunner, F. D. Sanger, Thomas IS.
Futcher and William S. Thayer.
The session will be resumed on Fri
day morning and specially prepared
papers will be read by Doctors H. O.
Rieck, Harvey W. Gushing, Frank J.
Kirby. J. M. H. Rowland and a few
others. In the afternoon the mem
bers will be the guests of the Garrett
and Allegheny Medical associations
at luncheon, after which they will
take a ride through the mountains.
At the final session in the evening,
Dr. Charles A. L. Reed of Cincinnati,
will deliver an address on "The Amer
Reunion of the Fifteenth N. J. V.
Flemington, N. J., Sj-pt. 21. The
twenty-sixth annual reunion of the
Fifteenth Regiment, New Jersey Voi
unteeis' Veteran association, opened
here this morning at the court house. I
After adjournment this noon fhV
members of the regiment and their
friends were entertained at luncneon
by the Women's Relief Corps. In the
afternoon there will be a social meet
ing and drives to points of interest in
Open Golf Tournament.
New York, Sept. 21. The open
championship tournament of the
United StateB Golf Association opened
this morning on the links of the My
opia Hunt Club, Hamiton-Wenham.
The number of entries Is large and In
cludes many of the most expert play
In the country. The conditions call
ers in the country. The conditions call
thirty-six each day. Competitors
for a seventy-two hole medal play,
day's play exceed by fifteen strokes
the score of the tenth place will not
be allowed to continue. There are
ten prizes, ranging from J2"0 in cash,
a gold medal and the custody for one
year of the championship cup, to a
small cash prize of $25. Should an
amateur win any of the prizes, his
prize will consist of a piece of plate
to the value of the cash offer.
An Insulting negro boy, sweeping
the dusty pavement In front of Yan
ow's place this afternoon, while the
crowd was thickest, was asked to de
sist until some ladles had passed,
when he remarked that, "The crowd
didn't pay him." And In reply, he
came very near having the top of his
insulting head knocked off his shoul
ders. Mr. Yanow, however, was ap
pealed to, and the necro then quit
sweeping the dust upon the dresses
of ladies who passed.
Regular Sabbath services will be
held at Temple Albert Friday even
ing at 7:4.". p. in. "The Foundation
of Jewish Religion," will be tho sub
ject of Rabbi Kaplan's sermon. Ev
erybody is Invited.
FOR RENT Two sunny, furnished
tront rooms for light housekeep
ing. 4"; North Aino.
WE GRIND OUR OWN LENSES
For the reason that we can guarantee -all glasses prescribed l.y us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
113 Gold Ave.
; Member of Board of
STOCK - MONEY MEIM WOOL
Amalgamated Copper S2"j
American Sugar 110
Atchison, preferred 15
Baltimore & Ohio 112
Brooklyn Hapld Transit G!'-&
Canadian rarlflc l"a:14
Colorado Fuel & Iron 4t14
Chicago, Great Western, com... 211
C. & 0 68i
Krie, common 6 Hi
Krle. first 83
Louisville & Nashville 153
Missouri Pacific M7
Mexican Central 234
New York Central 151
Heading, common 123
Rock Island, common 33
Republic Iron & Steel, common. . 23
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd V2Vt
Southern Pacific 68
St. Paul 181
Southern Railway 37
Tennessee Coal & Iron 88
Texas Pacific 36
Union Pacific, common 132
U. S. S., common 37
V. S. S.. pfd 104
Wabash, common 23
Wabash, pfd 43
Kansas City, Mo., Se . 18. Heavy
rains In Kansas and ! :!B8ourl lately
have Interrupted railroad mrvleo,
thereby cutting down cattle receipt
In the last four or five days. The sup
ply today Is 15,000 head, as compared
with 21.000 on last Monday. The mar
ket declined from 10 to 25o last week
on killing steers, while she stuff sold
from 10 to 15c higher. Feeders and
stockers opened the week a little
higher, but the unsatisfactory demand
for fat steers injured tho market from
the country, and these closed the week
10 to 20c lower. Western killing
steers are steady to 10c lower today
than last Thursday. A cut-off of some
1,170-pound Kansas grazed westerns
sold today at $3.05, the same prices
as on last Thursday; another Btring
of Panhandles, held over from last.
Thursday on a bid of $3.50, sold today
at $3.40. Colorado killing steers sold
last week from $3.25 to 3.!H). with sev
eral train loads at $3.40 to $3.55. Some
Texas killers, weighing 1,150 pounds,
sold at $4 last week, and prime Texas
stockers at $4, but otherwise prices
for killers were from $3.20 to $3.50.
and for stock cattle, $2.75!3.50. Good,
heavy Colorado cows F?!i at $2.50 tto
$3; heifers at $3.25; I-pjiandle cows
at $2.35 to $2.f5. a feir H heifers at
$2.80 to $3; veals. $4.r-0 to $tU0, and
canners, $1.G5 to $2.2! . Cdw demand
Is small on account o Rmall run
In the quarantine division. Parties in
the corn belt expecting to buy Block
ers and feeders this fall are being ad
vised by commission men to get them
now, expressing the opinion that later,
prives will be higher, on account of
the large demand that yet remains to
I Mutton receipts have been almost
excessive at all the leading markets
, except Kansas City. The supply here
has hardly been up to urgent require
I ments since last Monday, when there
' was a good supply. Prices have de
clined from 25 to 35c in the last week.
' mostly on lambs. The run today was
3,000 head, with a steady market.
Arizona, California and Utah Iambs
sold last week at $6.35 to $6.75 for
slaughter, and $5.50 to $f to go to the
country. Wethers and -yearlings Rell
at $4.75 to $5.25 for slaughter, and
$4.25 tto $4.fi0 for the country; ewes
$4.15 to $4.50 to tthe packers and
stock ewes, $3.75 to $4.25. It will be
noticed that fat stuff lias declined
more than stuff suitable for the coun
' try. Local prices, particularly oi
ewes, sheep and yearlings, have been
relatively higher than other markets
on account of the shortage In receipts
Kansas City. Mo., Sept. 15. Follow
ing are some sales of Panhandle cat
tle at Kansas City this week:
Monday, September 11.
J. W. French, Canyon, Texas, 221
cows, 854 pounds, $2.40.
Tulia National Bank, Bank, Texas,
69 steers, 616 pounds, $3.75.
S. T. Flores, Canyon, Texas, 97
cows, 874 pounds, $2.40; 13 heifers,
538 pounds, $2.35.
J. R. Beverly, Amartt!o, Texas, 56
cows, 908 pounds, $2.40; 119 cows,
803 pounds. $2.35; 13 calves, 239
Tuesday, September 12.
Trammell & Co., Canadian, Texas,
87 steers, 7C4 pounds, $3.20; 5G cows,
776 pounds, $2.30.
W. H. Hopkins, Canadian, Texas,
21 calves, 165 pounds, $6.
Thomas Riley, Canadian, Texas, 42
steers. 729 pounds. $4.
C. C. Shaw, Canadian, Texas, 22
steers. 762 pounds, $3.30.
A. P. Mattsberger, Hlggins, Texas,
38 heifers, 572 pounds, $3; 28 cows,
860 pounds, $2.70.
Sowder & Popham. Miami, Texas,
97 cows, 873 pounds, $2.35.
Thursday, September 14.
Cleek & Masters, Panhandle, Texas,
26 cows. 803 nounds. 12.40.
steers, 862 pounds, $3; 17 cows, 836
U. M. Hargrave, Canadian, Texas,
55 steers, 857 pounds, $2.80.
Following w re some sales of Ari
zona and California sheep and lambs
at Kansas City this week:
Monday, September 11.
Miller & ).. Flagstaff, Ariz., 1308
wethers, 8'J (loitnds, $1.85; 644 lambs,
63 pounds, $6.50; 206 yearlings and
feeders, 74 pounds, $5: 250 sheep and
yearlings, 8'J pounds, $4.75.
Mr. Modesitte, California. 1.509
lambs. 65 pounds, $6.75; 254 cull
lambs, 54 pounds, $6.
O. F. C.
Ttottled in Bond.
MELINI & EAKIN
Albuquerque, N. M.
Automatic Phone, 199.
Boarding Horses a Specialty
WHERE TO DINE WELL
SANTA re RESTAURANT
MEALS AT ALL HOURS. Quick
time, good service, at reasonable
prices. The nearest place in Albu
querque to Santa Fe depot. Open
day and night, liar In connection.
LYNN. HAVEN BAY, and BLUE
POINT OYSTERS in any style. First
street and Silver avenue, opposite de
pot. Meal tickets, 21 meals for $5.
The territorial fair Is comin';
You'll see who keeps things rollln'
All haulln, sprlnklln' will be done
By the Albuquerque Transfer men.
New Hotel and Rooming House.
Open September 11, at 821 South
Third Btreet Your patronage solicit
ed. Special rate to regular boarders.
Mrs. R. Green, proprietor.
GENERAL REPAIR 8HOP.
I have opened a general repair shop
on South Third street, back of Wal
ton's drug store, and solicit the trade
of the city. L. H. SHOEMAKER-
I A Fox No. 3 brand new $100 unre
deemed typewriter for sale cheap by
2 ROSENFIELD, the Pawnbroker
J "THE MAN YOU CAN TRUST"
5 The Largest Pawn-Broking Establishment In the Southwest.
118 RAILROAD AVENUE
In dollars and cents they cost no mors. In quality they are
superior. In durability t hey last longer. One-third batter than
any other. You are most cordially Invited to examine our new
Prices In Plain Figures S3Q and Up
Old atoves taken at a fair valuation.
THE McBRAIN FURNITURE CO., 205 Gold Ave,
FOUR REASONS Why you Miould use no other oysters.
FIRST The oyster goed direct from the shell to the carrier.
SECOND The carrier comes direct to us, with no mixture of
Ice, water, or preservative.
THIRD They are delivered direct to you by our drivers, or at
our market, with all their natural flavor retained.
FOURTH You're always safe in buying oysters from us because
we handle- "Sealshlpt" oyster o:ily. We wouldn't allow a tub shipped
oyster to come into our snore.
When you want oysters, come to headquarters, to a store that
makes a specialty of them.
2"! Wt -t Kail:oad Ave.
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WELCOME TO THE FAIR AND A
CORDIAL INVITATION TO ALL
To visit the Greatest Store in the Southwest. Without question, the
largest and best assortment of Dry Goods, Shoes, an Men and Boys
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The saving of time means comfort.
The saving of labor means esse. The
saving of money means economy. All
these savings can best attained by
Because all our oys
ters are shipped direct
from the Lest beds ou
the Atlantic coast,
direct to us In Amer
ican Oyster Carriers.
Under this patent
method, no Ice or
water comes In con
tact with the oysters,
and no chemical pre
servative Is ever used.
The Inner recep
tacles holding the oys
ters are kept sur
rounded by Ice and
are sealed, making it
Impossible for the oys
ter receptacle to be
opened until It reaches
ud hence "Sealshlpt."
Mail Order Solicited.
In Our Ready-to-Wear Section for Fair
NEW STYLES IN
Suits - Coats - Skirts
Waists - Furs - Sweaters
LONG COAT SUITS $10.00 to $15.00
A very large and well selected stock of assured styles, la
long coat effects. New and exclusive designs and materials,
comprising a wide ran 50 of colors.
THE NEW COATS $7.50 to $50.00
Long and medium length coats, the very newest models. In
Broadcloths, Covert Cl Hhs and Kersey Cloth.
SKIRTS-Walking and Dress Skirts
In greatest variety; skirts from $2.50 to $40. No matter
what kind or size you want, -we can pleaso you.
FURS-$5.00 to $150.00 Each
Greatest line of Furs ever brought to the city. We would be
pleased to have you call and look over this beauti? line.
Women's Waists, Sweater and Petticoats In Great Assort
ments and Variety,
Carpets, Rugs. Matting, Linoleum,
Curtains, Portieres and Draperies
And also a full
Blankets, Comforts and Pillows
Our prices are
Albert Faber, 305 Railroad Avgnce
Are cordially invited to mane our store headquarters,
use our telephones and city directory. Ask your frien
city abont the kind of ice cieutn we are serving.
B. H. BRIGGS & CO
Fir.-it St. and Hold Ave. Frop3.
r the Fall
. .son, new de-
Electric & Construction Co.
Electrical Pumping Plants
Of Every Description
Agents for the Crocker
Wheeler Dynamos and
Store and Residence Wir
ing a Specialty. All
work fully guaranteed.
Agents for the celebrated
"Gyrofans." See them
In European Hotel Res
taurant. We give tickets for the
Member National Elec
trical Contractors' As
sociation. 216 SOUTH SECOND ST.
The Colorado Telephone Co.
Room 18, N. T. Armljo Ruilding.
Do you realize that you can get
modern telephone service today for
what you aro paying for Inferior ser
Tho only long distance transmitters
and receivers; wall or desk sets; long
time contracts, as you wish; lowest
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladdest
your bean and warm your ho
when Its cold. Fill your bins fas)
next winter now and avoid the ruaa
American Rlock coal, the beet Gallas)
mined. Cerrlllos Lump, the standard
heating coaJ. All sizes of bard coal
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Oraaaa
Mill wood, $2.00 full load.
. Eureka White Lima.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone, 416. Colo. Phone, 4&
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