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P AGB FUCK
TtEKDAY, Al(,lT 31, 190V,
(Crystal The a tre
Every Lady Attending
Our matinee on Wednesday Next will receive
a souvenir, and every matinee a ticket will be
given for a special prize on Wednesday
(OR SWAST.KA D
Matinee Every Day at 2:45; All Seats 10c
. Evening! 7:15, 8:15, 9:15
W. B. MOORE, Mr.
The best up-to-dat
Comic Pictures at all Shows
t Two Shows
8:oo and 9:00 p. m.
Matinee Saturday and Sun
day at 3 p. m
We offer One Hundred Dollar Re
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh
Cure. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toredo.
We the undersigned, have known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years,
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions, and fi
nancially able to carry out any obli
gations made by his Arm. Waldlng.
Kinnan & Marvin,
Wholesale Drugg'Bts. Toledo, O.
Halls' Catarrh Cur,.- Is taken In
ternally, acting directly upon the
blood and mucous surfacs of the
system. Testimonials sent free. Price,
75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists.
Take Hall's Family Pills for constipation.
I ADMISSION IOC :
Pure Ice Cream
For tin hu of lit! oar
flalleioaa cream la mora pop
alar taa aver. Ay orders,
large or small, la or oat of the
' atty. praaaptly cared for, aad
Uery I goo eoadlttea.
The Matthew Dairy &
tiff N. faarta at. Pon 411.
. Oir. Second and OoaI.
Xtooaas and Board Rates
MRS. L A. CRAWFORD. PROP.
Oar work H complete. Hubbs Laun
We can supply you with the bent
wearing children's blockings aa well
as with the htrongest school shoes.
Our Black Cat brand of hosiery ii
unequalled in durability, fit and fast
color. Light. medium or heavy
weight. 15. 20 and 25 cents a pair.
C. .May's Shoe Store, 314 West Cen
The rnplrt increase in our tmslne
I due to good work and fair treat
mem i.r our patron. Hubbs Laundry
BETTER BUY THAN BAKE
Unless you wish to do it yourself, for
imopg the hired help of today there
re very few good bread bakers, so
when you get as superior a quality
of bread as Is furnished by the Pio
neer Bakery It would seem foollsii
to go to the extra trouble and endure
the "triali and tribulations" of bak
ing day. You will And our bread as
good In quality as any made. It
always uniform, white and of delight
SOT Sootb First Street.
Hie Installation of Thin Equipment
.Menus Rapid iH'M'lopmt lit or
The first, mining machinery to Oe
UK (I In the rantn,i mouo.uui d.s-J
trict was unlnnileil iium tin- .an i..-'
the local ral:road y.iiMs tii.i nw.iiiii.;
oy the W. J. Tiiiniiie liuiiei.i com-
any and placed mi wuguiis to oe
l uuied to tiie property ot the fcWHS
tka Mining company In Coyote
tanyon. The machinery consists cf
a large Webber g.u engine, an air
compressor for air dni.s, a steam
I oist, a st el dump ear, u Caampl ui
blower fore and Immense air tan,
s veral drills and a large consign
ment of steel rails and piping. The
tutlit is large inougli to unsure rapid
end deep mining at u nominal cost.
Thu shipment came In tiie name of
M. L. Uallagher, a New YorK man
who Is said to be backing the Swas
tika company and is able to exploit
the property to the fullest exi.cnt.
With the Installation of this ma
chinery in the Siindiak starts a new
era of mining for central New Mex
ico. It is t:ie first time in the his
tory of the Coyote mid Hell canyon
districts t.'iat anyone has had thj
courage to buy machinery, and It is
evident that Mr. ('ullaghcr has faith
In the proposition. All the mintnj
done In these districts In the past has
In en little more thun surface scratch
ing. The Swafctlka company adver
tises for the boring of a tunnel. The
topography of tiie country where
their present tunnel 150 feet lays is
euch that an additional 400 feet will
fcive them a depth of 600 l'eet below
the surface of the mountain and will
ulso crosscut anything wlilca may
lie between the side of the mountain
and the lower depths. The property
row a:uiW9 an encouraging ore body,
und near by the Swustlka, it Is re
l.orted, on the Ocloroon mine, there
has been found a foot of pure galena
ore. The truth of this report could
pot be confirmed toduy, but the In
formation at hand is considered quite
reliable. Beside the pure galenu are
a couple of feit of ore carrying
galena sufficient to pay. If thin in
formation 4 Is cornet there is already
a paying mine in the Sandius und the
district will soon attract attention,
which is bound lo brim? about a
thorough devtlponu nt of many ;rop-ertles.
steers, $4.40fi 6.40; stockers and
feeders, t .1.1 5 fi 5.25 ; cows and heif
ers; 14.25 ft 6.40; calves, $.00.00.
sheep Receipts 15,000; eteady;
weM.rns, 13. 004. 75; yearlings, $4-50
u5.50; native lambs, $4.76 ft 7.40.
Kansas 4'ity Livestock.
Kansas City, Aug. 31. Cattle Re
ceipts 20,000; ttteady to weak; native
steers, $4.25 i 7. SO; southern steers,
??.2MM.50; southern cows. $2.25 .
2.80; native cows and heifers, $2.00 90
6.50; s'.ockers and feeders, $2.75 &
5.25; bulls, $2.50 41 3.65; calves, $3.50
Ti 7.5C; western teers, $3.75ff 6.73;
western cows, $2.50 fi 4.50.
Hogs Receipts 11.000; 5c higher;
bulk of sales, $7.80r 7.90; heavy,
$7.80 7.95; puckers and butchers,
$7.8018.00;. light, 7.50 8.00; pigs,
Sheep Receipts 10,000; steady;
muttons, $4.25U5.25; lambs, $6. 00ft
7.50; range wethers, $4.00 'if 5.25 ;
range ewes, $3.00 'if 4.75.
'St. louis Wool.
St. Louis, Au. 31. Wool steady;
territory and west-in mediums. 23H
SSe; lino medium", 22'i24c; tine, 1J
New York, Aug. 31. Prime pap.r,
4Vi4 per cent; Mexican dollars,
44c; call money tlrin, 2U'u!',i per
New York, Aug. 31. Copper easy,
standard bpot. $1 2.60 (it 1 2.75; Octo
ber. $12.65?!'12.85. Lead steady, $4.35
i4.40. Silver, 52c.
New York Slocks.
Amalgamated Copper ,
New York Central
Southern Pacific ..........
. . . 83
. . .U'8'' j
. . .201
... 77 Mi
. . . 125H
Grain ami Provisions.
Chicago, Aug. 31. Close: Wheat
Sept., 9WHck; Dec. 94 Vic.
Corn Sept., 64 7ic; Dec, 36i
Oatfl Sept. and Dec, 36vi'i37c.
Pork Sept., $22.50; Jan.. $17.60.
Lard Sept.. $12.17'i; Jan., $10.
42. Rlbs-rSept.. $11,751! 11. 77H; Jan,
Chicago, Aug. 31. Cattle Receipts
4.500; steady; beeves, $ 4.25 u 8.00;
Texas steers, $4.00 ( 5.40; western
The New Pnstlmo Represents the
latest In Iiry Way and Will
Please IoeaJ I'eoplo.
The new Pastime theatre, which
has been under construction for sev
eral months, will be opened to the
public tomorrow evening and the
management rests assured that Albu
querque theatre goers will appreciate
the efforts of the owners to give this
city a modem theatre. The Pastime
Is far ahead of anything between
Denver and the coaFt and represents
the expenditure of much money.
The palhtcrs and decorators are
today finishing work on the interior
and the seats will be Installed before
dark. The interior is finished in gold
and green and presents an artistic ap
pearance. Many electric lights of the
newest pattern are arranged conve
niently. The seats are finished in
mahogany and are of the latest style.
Two broad aisles will prevent crowd
ing at any time. Numerous fans
make the theatre cool. Four exits
have been provided. The entrance
to the theatre is- one of the prettiest
of any theatre in the country. The
floor is of mosaic urd large mirrors
LEAMINfJ GIVEN JOB
OF BUILDING WAM8
Turk Commission Opened Bids This
Afternoon Mud lrf t Contract
for the Work.
good health, with it blessings must un
derstand, quite clearly, that it invol ves the
question of right living with all the term
implies. With proper knowledge of what
is best, each hour of recreation, of enjoy
ment, ci contempUtion and of effort msy I'ark; the following written blira were
be made to eontril..i t l.Vin r,VI,t offered: Angelo De Tulllo,' $1,800; A.
Then the use of medicines may be dis
pensed with to advantage, but under or
dinary conditions in many instances a
simple, wholesome remedy may be invalu
able if taken at the proper time and the
California Fig Syrup Co. holds that it is 1"ru, f"r 1.000.
alike important to present the subject
truthfully and to supply the one perfect
laxative to those desiring it.
Consequently, the Company's Syrup of
Figs and Elixir of Senna gives general
satisfaction. To get ita beneficial effect
buy the genuine, manufactured by the
California Fig Syrup Co. only, and for sale
by all leading druggitj.
This afternoon at 1 p. m. at the
office of IJertold Spitz, the park com
mission or this city met and In the
presence of n number of bidders
opened the bids for the building of
two :etaining walls In the Htehland
W. Anson. $1,045; Oarcla & TruJIllo,
$9!0; A. J. Johnson; $950; Thomas &
Son. $930; K. T. Lee, $575; George
?. Learning, $525. The contract was
then awarded to Mr. Learning, he be
ing tiie lowest bidder, and he was
lequlred to furnish a surety company
Don't think that piles can't r.e
cured. Thousands of obstinate cases
have been cured by Doan's Ointment.
0 cents at any drug store.
Citizen Want AO tt reauita.
B. H. Brifjgs & Co
Corner Gold Are, and 1st Sr.
Bring U Your Prescription
W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
IJVERT, SALE AND
Uoraea and Mole Bought
BEST TURN-OUTS tS THE CITY.
Second Street between Central ana)
adorn the sides, while numerous elec
tric lights are arranged artistically.
The most interesting feature of the
new building, is the operating room.
Here are stationed, In a large fire
proof sheet iron room, elevated about
eight feet from the main floor, two of
the most modern machines for pro
ducing moving plcturfs. One mach
ine, for the showing of the moving
pictures, is of the most Improved
style, equipped with all the neeeesary
accoutrements required by' the t'nder-
writers" association. The film boxes
are encased in fire-proof steel mag
azines, while the operating room Is
i equipped with automatic c'.osinar d
I tt'hlfh Bra nfiisorl In rtk no 1 1-.. ! ,
'the burniriff nf n small rotton norrl. '
AH fit thr I luotrlnal i..t.tnn- lk.Ak I 1
.... v.. . ...v . nniuA UllMUHH-
out the house if rnelo8d in conduit
and every invcnution has been taken
Cheapest accident insurance Dr.
Thomas' Kcleetric Oil. Stops the
pain and heuls the wound. All drug
gists sell it.
I BUY A PIANO NOW
i I Hill M.MiL
A PARTIAL LIST TAKEN IN EXCHANGE ON PLAYER
t PIANOS AND RENTED PIANOS
Going to Take a Trip?
If so, the following low round trip rates are
now effective and on sale daily from Albu
querque, with final return limit Oct. 31, '09
St. Louis . . 49 65
Kansas City $ 40.65
St. Paul . .$55.65
Denver 23 70
Colorado Springs 2,75
Pueblo 18 95
For further information, schedules and
Pullman reservations, call or write
Wm. Balfour, Agent
Glad to Answer Questions
You Can Find Piano Bargains Here
. , r - ., . Former Price.
. p I X. bickering BroM oak ...... $.100.00
' T 1 Itey, iiuiliog'liii.v $500.00
1 Oliver. Walnut $325.00
I yietor ; $100.1111
I Jrisso IVencli. walnut. $:12.Y00
i Schiller, niiiliognny ....... .$:M).no
1 Schiller; niahoiaiiiy $3.iO.Oo
1 ( eclllaii Pluyer, onk $275.0
I (Vfilinii PlHyer, iiiHhogany, . $250.00
I lilckerliiK Bros., oak $550.00
I Oliver, mahogany $:t25.(in
I SilinfT ItriK, IVHlniit $500.00
1 iklmlT Bros., liialiottiny, ....$ 100.00
l .fiiii, in good eoudillon . . .
1 Oitan. t'luiM'l. gMHl condition
I .Uvlna Music Box, nickel-
iii-th-Mt attachment $ 100.00
A prolltoble investment for
a public place.
1 Retina, uith Mot atta-li $200.00
1 Kcglna, ullli blot attach $300.00
K 1 00. 00
The Same Weight Twice the Bulk
Twice the Heat And No Smoke I
as Mouse Gohe
$4.7 S Per Ton
Terms of uimcnt can Im- arranged sjitlsfactoilly. Ill A PI WO
NOW. If you cnn't cull on no, telephone, or write mid our repre
sentative will cull on you. 11UV A PIANO NOW.
LEARNARD & LINDEMANN
For Thirty Days Only
August 15 to September 15
THE GAS C
EstabllslK-d 1900. TIIE SQVAItE II.'SIC DEALERS
I Ihie Golden Role Dry Goods Company
I SPECIAL ADVANCE SALE ON FALL AND WINTER GOODS
a ' . ,
Exit a Low Prices on all Blankets, Comforts, Cotton Bats, Outing Flannels and Flannelettes
Special Outing Flannels
loo i'ie.v new fill Outing Klanne'.s, good qualit.
light and dark patterns, worth 1xiZ a yard, rn
salt at 3'.C
25 pieces choice Flannelettes, select tatterns,
worth 15c yard, vary f uitable for hou;e war. fe
cial sale jr ce, per yard IOC
Fifty pairs White and Grey Cotton Plankets, full
size and good weight, at the low price, pair SOC
One lot fine Cotton Bats, extra size 7-S4 a home
comfort cotton bat. large enough for on tomf rt.
an 85c value at the special low price, each S9C
vureac oacrioce oaie vvinicer ouits ana uioaics
For women and children, at lowest prices in the history of this store. This line of snits and coats we carried over from last season and must be sold. The low prices will do it. Buy now
Extra Special-Percales 7ic yd
50opieCfsnew Percales, ass rteil colors, worth I2c
yard, your choice for this sale 7,C Yd
Sale Begins Thursday, Sept. 2nd
WE DO WHAT WE ADVER1TSE.
Extra Special-Percales 7c yd
50D pieces new Percales, assorted colors, worth 1 2 VJ c
yard, your choice fur ih s sale 7.,C Yd