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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
S.Vrt'RPAY. AVfilST 8, 1007.
2 Kansas Sweet Corn h
E"Native Green Corn
E Watermelons, etc. a
BULL FIGHT MAY BE AN
ATTRACTION OF -BIG
Management Is Securing Many
Features For Great Ter
A bull fight may be one of the
main attractions of the territorial
fair next fall. The officials are now
negotiating with a company which
elves a bull tight exhibition, which,
while the objectionable features are
eliminated, 13 a performance of great
vigor and guaranteed to thrill the
most blase spectator. No animals
are killed in the tight nor is any
blood shod, but of feats of horseman
ship and daring, there are plenty.
An exhibition of this kind by a
good company would ibe well worth
seeing and would serve to attract a
great many visitors. The affair 13
not tame, or a weaK imitation or a
real bull fight, It Is a real contest
'between men and animals and though
the bodies of the bulls are spared in
jury, there Is nothing lacking in the
way of Intense excitement. At pres
ent there are certain difficulties In
the way of securing the exhibitions,
but If possible It will be brought
A message was received this morn
ing bv Manager Hubbs from Aero
naut Joseph A. Blondin telling of a
Buccessful ascension he has lust mane
at Pittslield, Mass. Mr. Blondin has
secured a complete new balloon out
fit and Is now trying it out at Pitts
field. If the balloon proves satisfac
tory he vlll bring It to Albuuueniue
lor the fair.
A great number of small attract
tions are seeking to make arrange
merit to be here at fair time, and of
these the best will be granted that
nrlvilege. Manager Hubbs said there
was no danger of the fair being with
out plenty of free attractions, Judg
ing by the many letters on the sub
ject which arrive with every mall.
In regard to having the Parker
Carnival company here, negotiations
which were dropped some time ago,
have been reopened and now It Is
possible that this carnival company
which Is the best of Its kind In the
country, may be Induced to come
The matter of advertising the fair
Is proceeding In a manner highly
satisfactory. A great general Inter
est has been aroused throughout the
whole southwest and there Is every
reason to expect a large outside at
tendance. A number of yellow slips
bearing an advertisement of the prin
cipal features of the fair have been
left at the fair offices in the Zeiger
building, and business men are re
quested to call for a supply of these
to enclose with their out-of-town
business letters. This personal meth
od of boosting the fair will aid ma
terially in inducing people to ccmie.
The slips are furnished free of
Cor. Sicond St. mad Load Aw.
MOVING PICTURES and ILLUS
History of a I'uir of Trousers.
I p-to-diin- Studio.
Iloltby uml His Balloon.
IM rsTltATI--.lt SllVtiS:
Tell Mother I'll be Tin-re."
"Winn tlio Harvest Moon 1 Shilling
on tlu Kivcr."
i'uol and roinfortuhle. Plenty of s-ut
45 Minutes of Amuwiiu'iit.
I 250 I
i Pleased People H
5 Every Day at 8
3 Columbus jj
3 ffflQtel I
RONS OPEN TWO
Swastikas Load Up Team and
Have "Blood In Their
The Cimarron Swastikas arrived In
Albuquerque this morning with
"blood In their eye," determined to
win at least one of the two games
with AKbmjuerque today and tomor
row. In order to atone for their loss
last Saturday and Sunday.
The team, ha9 ben strengthened
considerably, and It will be surpris
ing If the Swastikas do not do some
execution when tney get started, me
team is a good one, fields well and
In general plays ball, but It had bad
luck last week. In addition to going
up against the strongest team In the
southwest, the Mcintosh Browns.
The Browns are ready for the two
games, and Manager Matson says It
will mean two more scalps hung on
his tent pole after they are over.
He dont fear the Cimarron or any
other team, not even Trinidad.
Just why the Trinidad team won't
come to Albuquerque is not plain but
It is a fact that the Trinidad papers
have ceased to mention the Mcintosh
Browns In their lengthy write-ups of
their pets.. Probatoly they remember
Trinidad's appearance here at the
fair last year when every team In the
territory wiped the Trinidad outfit all
over the field. Trinidad can play ball
at home, when she has the umpire,
the audience and other local assist
ance, but she won't come to Albu
querque. .She sent the best she had
with the Clmarrons last week and the
results are well known.
Today's game with the Clmarrons
began at 4 o'clock at Traction park
with only a fair audience. The
playing Is of a character which de
serves something better than a 200
crowd. Tomorrow's game at 3 o'clock
should be attended by at least 1,200
Market letters received by F. J.
Graf & Co., brokers, room 37 Barnett
building, Albuquerque, N. M., over
their own private wires.
Summary of Conditions.
Xew York. August 3. London
market closed today and Monday.
Judge Lamlis will announce fine
against Standard fill company of In
diana at 10 o'clock today at Chicago.
Atchison common earned per
cent more than in previous year in
spite of unfavorable operating condi
tions. Dun's Review says trade reports
from lending cities uniform In mak
ing favorable comparisons, with cor
responding week in any previous
Brudstreets says buying of both
crude and finished products loss ac
tive than a year ago, with prices
concessions more readily obtainable.
Xew financing In July smallest of
anv month this veari1-
Banks lost on week's currency
Europe mnklng no difficulties
about discounting American finance
Xew York Stocks.
Amalgamated Copper 84
American Smelters 112'i
American Car Foundry
Atchison com 91
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 57
Canadian Pacific 1"5',4
Colorado Fuel 30
Chicago Great Western 11
Erie com 22
Louisville and Nashville 112
Missouri Pacific 74l,i
National Lead !5
Xew York Central 111
Heading com 102 V
Southern Pacific 9V
St. Paul 132
I'nion Pacific 143
V. S. S 35-
l S. S. pfd 10
Greene Cananea 15
Copper Range 77
Ctah Con 44
North Butte 77
Butte Coal 23
Santa Fe Copper 3
Total sales stocks 71,500.
Judge Landis of Chicago fined the
Standard Oil Co., 129.240,000; an
nouncement made at 10 o'clock this
Chicago, August 3 Cattle receipts
3(10. Market steady. Beeves $4.40v
7.F10; cows J1.40W5.20; heifers 12.40
fa 5.40; calves 16.00 fv 7.50 ; good to
prime steers $5.80 7.50; poor to
medium J4. 50&5.76; stockers and
fteders 2.60 4.90.
Sheep receipts 2000. Market steady.
Western $3.504i 5.75; yearlings $6.00
fj 6.65; lambs $5.50 7.50; western
Kansas City Market.
Kansas City, August 3. Cattle re
ceipts 500. Market steady. Southern
steers $3.00 $i 4.85 ; southern cows
$2.25 Tt 3.40; stockers and feeders
$3.406.25; bulls $2.50 4.00; calves
$4.00 iji 6.00; western steers $4.0uiiji
6.1o; western cowsi $2.75 S 4.30.
Sheep receipts none. Market
Chicago, August 3. Closing quota-
Wheat Sept. 92; Dec. 9HI,i.
Corn Sept. 64; Dec. 627i.
fiats Sept. 43fi44; Dec. 44.
Pork Sept. $16.44.
Ribs Sept. $8.80; October $8.72 H
Lard Sept. $9.20; Oct. $9.27 la
New York, August 3. Iiead dull
$",.15'i 5.25; copper nominal 20 ft 21;
silver 6a V
St. Iiiils Wool Market.
St. Louis, August 3. Wool steady;
Kennedy's 1-axalive Cough Syrup
acts gently upon the bowels and
dears the whole system of coughs
and colds. It promptly relieves In
flammation of the throat and allays
Irritation. told by J. H. O'Rielly 4
Polishes and dressings for black,
tan, brown, white, pinK. blue ar.d
gray shoes at C. May's Saoe store,
314 West Central avenue.
Card signs, "Rooms ror Rent,"
"Board," etc., for sal at the office of
The Evening Citizen.
Our ROl Gil DRY work aon's hv
to be washed over. Imperial Laun
MANY WILL ATTEND BIG
CORN DANCE AT
Pueblos Will Do Ceremonial
Stunts at That Place
A number of Albuquerque peopk'
will attend the annual corn dance of
the San Domingo Pueblo Indians to
morrow. This Indian festival Is of
unusual Interest and Is one of ths
most spectacular Indian ceremonies
of the southwest. A number of In
dian visitors from other pueblos will
ibe present at the dance. The tribes
have reason to rejoice this peason
on account of the bountiful crops,
and this rejoicing will be manifested
In the dance, which Is primarily a
ceremony of religious thanksgiving.
Thornton, a mile and a half from
the San Domingo pueblo, Is the ela
tion on the Santa r e nearest the vil
lage. Conveyance can be procured
to go to the village. The round trip
fare to Thornton Is $2.70, and visitor
can leave here on train Xo. 10 In the
morning at 7 o'clock and return on
train 1 at 7:45 In the evening. The
ceremonies at the ipueblo will oc
cupy the entire day.
Interest in this dunce has always
been large among the white people
and as a usual thing, the corn dances
and other ceremonies among the In
dians have about as large a while
audience as Indian.
The dance at Domingo tomorrow
has been arranged with a view to
permitting Indians from many reser
vations to attend, as It does not con
flict with the dates of the other corn
dances in this vicinity. The San Do
mingos will even up scores by attenu
ing the corn dances at other pueblos
when they take place.
BOYS' BAND Will
IM A CONCERT
On Monday night the Learnard &
Lineman n Boys' band will play nt
the1 Crystal theater on the corner of
Lead avenue and Second street. The
management of the' tent picture show
has generously consented to allow
the band nil the profits of the even
ing. The band will play a number
of pieces before the regular show be
gins and will also play Inside be
tween the acts. The regular per
formance of the theater will be given
In addition to the band concert.
The tent show, which Is conducted
by Mr. Webster, who will later have
charge of the territorial fair adver
tising car on its tour of the south
west. Is nightly attracting large aud
iences by reason of the excellent per
formance given at the reasonable
price of 10 cents admission. The
proceeds of the show and concert
Monday evening, over and above
the actual expenses, will go to the
boy's band who will use it for the
purchase of uniforms. Instruments
and other necessities. The boys are
not canvassing the city to sell tickets
but they will appreciate the fact if
a large number or tneir trienus in
terested in the welfare of the band
will attend the show.
The boys are constantly rehearsing
new pieces under the direction of Mr.
Ellis, the leader of the American
Lumber Co. band, and are qualified
to provide an Interesting musical
W. A. Burger, Chicago; Chas. J.
Lick, Chicago; H. O. Reeve, Xewark,
X. J.: M. Sander, Santa Fe; G. F.
Woodward. St. Ixiuls; Mary M. Ram
sey, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. J. J. Pom
eroy, Chambersburg, Pa.; A. E. Pom
erov, Chambersburg, Pa.; W. O.
Weigh, Washington, D. C; Chas. E.
Burton, Orand Junction, Colo.; C. T.
Morse, Topeka; J. Herman rretts,
Detroit : A. . Farley, New York; L.
X. Whitcomb, Topeka; F. A. Bran
dow, Denver; Wm. A. Lamb, Den
ver; C. H. Rollins, Denver; C. U.
S. L. Friend, El Paso: Mr. and
Mrs. J. Farr. Oakland. Calif.; John
Orr, Jr., Engle; L. H. Gunther. Den
ver; O. O. Buv, Kansas City; L. Or
tego. Holbrook, Ariz.; Max Aleln,
Anton Peterson, Bisbee: C. K. Mo
Kenvon, Los Angeles; Mrs. H. W.
Hardy. Los Angeles; Wm. Hammon,
J. R. Punken. Kl Paso; J. H. Dally,
Denver; J. H. Johnson, Kansas City.
J. W. Cook, Edith. Colo.
M. R. Murray, Gallup; . H.
Cramer, Las Vegas; The Cimarron
base ball club,
RI G TALK.
Everybody buys rugs. But do you
buy a seamless? Futrelle Furniture
HAIR DKESSKK AXI) CHIROPO
DIST. Mrs. Bambini, at her parlors oppo
site the Alvarado and next door to
Sturges' cafe, is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment, do hair
dressing, treat corns, bunions and In
growing nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicuring. Mrs.
Bambini's own preparation of com
plexion cream builds up the skin and
improves the complexion. and Is
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
also prepares a hair tonic that cures
and prevents dandruff and hair fall
ing out; restores life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hair. Massage treatment by vibrator
machines. For any blemish of the
face, call and consult Mrs. Bambini.
riRST CLASS SHOEMAKER
QRKKN FRONT, lOS North rirtt
Supplies Finishing for Amateurs. X
loan Kodaks free.
On the Corner
The Leading Stationer.
Prisoner Charged With Luis
Padllla Murder. Makes
Four warrants were Issued todnv
against Benjamin Lopes, alias Juan
Hernandez, the alleged slayer of Luis
Padilla, all four complaints being for
cattle stealing, and In addition to
facing the murder charge, Lopes, will
have to stand trial for cattle Mealing.
With the charges against the prison
er here and at Roswell, should he be
round guilty. Lopes will have a good
chnnce of spending the rest of his
days In the penitentiary If he does
not receive the extreme penalty in
ine event or his conviction for mur
der. Lopez, who at first denied that he
was In the vicinity of Albuquerque at
the time of the Padllla murder, ad
mitted yesterday that he was at Los
Padillas in the year 1904 in the
month of July engaged In sheep
The prisoner maintains his Inno
cence of the murder and also of cat
tle stealing. He continues to be In
good spirits and does not seem to
worry about what the future may
have In store for him.
The four warrants sworn out to
day are all for cattle stealing In the
vicinity of Los Padillas. the place
where It Is alleged that I.opes and
his gang formerly conducted a thriv
ing ment business as the result of
butchering the stolen cattle.
During the next term of the dis
trict court three murder cases will
come up for trial. The Iopez case,
the Pettlne case, and Mac-umber case.
NEW STEEL CELLS
FOR CITY PRISON
The six steel cages for the city
Jail, which were ordered two months
ago, have -arrived, atid two of them
will be set up In the present quarters
at once. The others will be Installed
Just as soon as n place Is provided
for them. fine of the cages Is n
dark cell and will be used for serious
offenders. All the cages are built of
the best steel and equipped with the
most modern mechanical devices In
the matter of locks and sanitary ar
rangements. FUNERAL IS HELD
Impressive funeral services over
the remains of Mrs. William T.
Moore, who died July 16 at St. Hel
ena. Cal., were held yesterday after
noon at 3 o'clock In the chapel of
the Trinidad Undertaking company.
The body arrived here Sunday night,
accompanied by the husband. The
chapel was especially decorated for
occasion and a large number of
friends and relatives gathered to pay
their last respects to the memory of
the deceased. The floral offerings
were exceedingly numerous and
beautiful. Among the many beauti
ful designs was a broken wheel from
the Shriners' lodge at Raton,, of
which Mr. Moore is a member.
Rev. B. F. Lnwler was In charge
of the services and the singing was
by Mrs. McGlashan and Mrs. Yakey.
The Order of the Eastern Star, of
which the deceased was a member,
had charge of the services at the
grave. The Interment was In the fam
ily lot In the Masonic cemetery and
the grave was beautifully lined with
green. The ritualistic rites of the or
der were given in an impressive
The pallbearers were James Wil
son, Vincent Gerardl. Chas. McDon
ald, John Diury, Win. Stapleton and
Dr. John Behoar.
The deceased was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell of Ra
ton, who were unable to be presen
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Livery tnd A. c t t-t I i n jf Htublcw
311-313 Ve fellw-r Avenue. Telephone 57.
AUJtyl UlQVi:, NEW MEXICO.
on account of the Illness of the lat
ter. Mr. Moore Is a son of Mr. and
Mrs. Jonah Moore, of 315 Spruce
street, old and respected resident of
this city. Trinidad Advertiser,
For the good of those suffering
with -zpma or other such trouble, I
wish to say, my wife hnl something
of that kind and after using the doc
tors' remedies for some time con
cluded to try Chamberlain's Salve and
It proved to be better than anything
she hnd tried. For sale by all drug
Subscribe for Th Evening CHI urn.
Consult a Reliable Dentist
Full Set of Teeth
Gold lilling $1.50
rainless Extracting.. .SOo
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120 South Fourth St.
Scalp Treatment Manicuring
Children's Hair Coiling;
We manufacture all kinds
of Ladies' Hair Goods. Com
plete line of Switches, Pompa
dours. Puffs, Wigs, etc.
We carry a complete line
of Alleen Berg's Celebrated
Creams and Tonics, which are
especially prepared for this
climate. Your patronage Is re
Mr. and Mrs. James Slaughter,
Your Credit is Good
E. M AH ARAM
Clothe your family on $1.00
Wm. Wallace McCiellan
Justice of Peace, Precinct No. 12
ALBUQUKRQUK, N. IVf.
Collections made at Korber Building 124
N. second Street From 9 to 12 a. m.
and 2 to 4 p. m.
Residence 723 N. Fourth St.
Hats Cleaned and Blocked In
ny Style Panamas a Spe
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Cleaned and Pressed. Ex
press Orders Attended to
3rd St & Cold Ave.
Al -4j 1
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of GLASSES I Fit to be
C. H. CARNE8, O. O.
At YANOVS, 114 W. Central
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Santa Fe Restaurant
Open Day and Night.
Meals at all Hours. First Class Service Private
Dining Rooms in Connection. Fresh Lobsters
and Blue Point Oysters Received Daily. - - ;
Under Savoy Hotel
C. E. SUNTAAGG, Proprietor
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