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SiDgiEg arid TalkiDg Motion Pictures
THAT Will PROTECT
AX I) A
Whistling TAIVlirUT SccncFrom
Matinee 3 to 5
Evenings 8 to II
Admission 10c and 20c
The Majestic Theater
313 SOUTH SECOND ST.
ntinvv ami s.vrntnw.
Phlladeliih a the Cradle of Liberty"
A Student's Pranks or J kc ri y d
on Hi.i Parent. '
The Little Coxswain uf the 'Varsity
"She' the Rest Girl of All."
It's a Long Ways Park to Dear OW
Open S to 5 p. m. 1 to 10:"0 p. m.
Afternoon ami Evening.
: "In the Hair's of the, Enemy"
i "A Family of Cats"
'Justice vt a llcd-kln"
i' by Mr. Joe Seoul.
Thla week we present an act en
titled "A TRAMP ARTIST;" ,lSO
The Iron Greek."
nnnrn rriTHT. mm'
I Friday Evening, Oct. 2 :
Mexican National Band
J Chihuahua, Mex.
: 40 Pieces 40 1
I Euterpian Quartette
X Of Los Angeles
Finest Male Quartette cn I
t the Pacific Coast. 1
I - 1
Under Auspices of the
Balcony scots, both concert. ,2
v , Moving Picture Performance
Begins at 8:6. p. nx.
f,' , .
Elks Theater I
"A NEWSIiOT'S HE WA RU"
"TWO LITTLE DOG.S"
VIOLIN .OLOS PY
. PROF. UMiBBS.
Morning. Af Uthjc rd Even
AOMI.St.HJM I CKNT8.
f -till remains at 114
t South Third Street with t
a complete line of 1908
Wall Paper, Pamts, Oils J
Personal Attention Given to 4
Painting, Paper Hanging
and liming t
.Mioue C'iit. Yii K'titli Third St X
J Standard !
412 West Central Ac.
preserve vom clotihag
BY THE t'REXCH IKV CIAXIAO
JKOt'JX. IU:wT JltTllOt KNOWS.
CEAILVM, TAILOit, 110 W GUIJJ.
Matinee and Night
Job. M. Gatea present
GEO. M. COIUN'S
Phenomenal Musical Hit. I
With Wm. Keough aa The Un
known. 70 PEOPLE 70
Positively the Biggest and Uoat
Famous Attraction In
34 Wests in New York
22 Weeks in Chicago
And Now Coining Here on the
Oest of a Hugo Wave of
With an All Star Cast and ths
FAMOUS AMERICAN GIKLS.
Masic Iaghter Gh-U. T
Prices. 7to, 11.00. 11.10. Z
Box Seats. tl.BO.
Beats on sale t Ustson's Trl- Z
Z day. Oct Id. e
Buy a Piano
V7E ARE IN PO ITION
,v toiufpl your home with
PHNO nd NOT U th best
tim to pi c your ordfr to that
your rhiUrea nij itirt their
music lons witn th numerous
chtu Uing opened by Albu- B
querque't be-t rrtiuc school and h
teachers. Our Prices and Terms H
wiU suit you. J r j
Beverldge Tells What Repub
lican Party Imends to
Du In tho Way of
Valley City, S. P., Oct. I. In a
P--ih on the laiilf he:e lust night
.Nnatir Hi'Vrildgo inld oC what the
KepiihM'nn party Intends to do In tho
way oi rt vision. He said In pait:
In the new tariff which we wKl
nuikc immediat. ly alter President
Tafi'a Inuuiruriitiiin we Republicans
pi opiixu tu n Ji'ct aiiku the long since
gray and toolhl.'.- tiioory or a Hrltf
for rcvi'iiuo on y and the now halt
ami crippled theory of a single pro
tectivu tariff, and adopt Instead of
either a revenue system that will pro
tect American industiy and labor and
at the oanie time win new markets
all over the world for everything that
American industry and labur produce.
It is true that It. publican Itou botis
fought against any Improvement of
the protective tariff methods of twen
ty years ago; ju.t aj Democrdti'-'
Bourbons fought and still f iht for
the revenue tariff methods of seventy
year ago. The htraiglit-out protect
ive theorists of our own purty said,
"Let us stay where we are now;" the
straight-out revenue th url-ts of th
opposition said, "Let us go back two
generation-and stjy where we were
then." Hut only ih the Repub.ican
party has there been any forward
movement toward a modern tariff r
the sUghtcdt a;udy of twentieth ceii
tury revenue conditions
Three years ago some of us "organ
this movement which deal with the
facts of today instead of the theories
of yesterday; and one of the pioneers
of this movement for an up-to-dat"
and business-like taiUI Is the man
whom this bu.-dneaa-liku and up-to-date
people will make, thi ir n xt pres
ident Wlillam II. Tart.
Six months from now we Republi
cans will build this new and model n
tariff according to the requirement
of todny. It w ill not be a tariff f ir
Maine alone, or for California alone,
or for both in combination. It w il.
be a tariff for the whole American
people considered us one vast family
or Industry and trade dealing not
among themselves alone, but deail.ig
also with ali mankind.
It will not be a log-roller's tariff on
the one hand, made by politicians
tiading votes lor this int rest or th it ;
nor a fanatic's tariff on iho other
hand, facrifleir.g all interest to an
absurd tkeory. it will be a touslne.-s-like
tariff builded on common eema
and Justice and bulla, d for the wel
fare of the American people alone.
Such a tariff can be neither
straight-out revenue tariff nor a
straight-out protective tat iff.
A tariff for revenue only means a
tax on Imports that will bring th
mmt revenue. But these are articles
like coffee, tea, chocolate, tropical
fruits and many other things wli rh
all of our people con-ume and none
of our people produce, ilot Amer
icans drink coffee, bui coifee is not
raise,! in the United State. We mut
have it, out wv must Import it; there
fore a tarilf on coffee would 'bring a
greater -revunuo than on nearly uny
other article, So a t.ir 17 for revenue
only means a tariff on cot tie a tax
on the breakfast tubie. The oppjsi
Mon proposes a rev. nue-only tar. if.
Do they therefore propose a tariff on
coifee. which would produce mo.e
revenue than any other uitiile? '."
not, the whole tirili'-for-reveiiue-only
logic is surrendered. Wi.l Mr. Uryan,
Governor Johnson or any other mem
ber of tlio opposition explain this la l
gle in their reasoning? And what !
true of coffee Is truo of tea, chocolate,
tropical fruits and scoies uf otli.-r
necessary articles like them.
That a tariff for revenue omy
means a tariff upon articles which a 1
of us consume and none of us pro
duct articles which we must hav ,
but can not raise or make, and there
fore most import is proved not only
by logic, but by experience. Holland
and the United Kingdom are the only
two modern nations that have a tarilf
fur revenue only; and both raise nio.-t
of their revenue on articles like these.
Have we lived a hundred years liid-
pendeat of England, only to begin to
Imitate her now?
Wiiy will a rev.nue-only tariff not
open new foreign markets to our
products? because it s to other
nations, "You may come into Amer
ican marki its ut our low est possible
rates of duty, but you need not let
American products into your marketi
except at your highest poisible rat'
of duty. We give y u i very trade ad.
vantage that we have to. give, but
we a-k you to give us no trade ad
vautage in retura. Suppose any man
dealt wfth other ann In that way;
suppose he endoitt' d eveiy man's no:e
ithout asking s.-i u liy; give all oth. r
bus;neiH nun every advantage with
out bargaining for si.me Wusinrs ad
vantage in r.tuin how long could
such a ma keep kmvelf out of the
bankrupt's court'.' If ail nations had
a revenue tariff there might be come
argument wl.y we shoul.l adopt the
..lll tiling; Bltseth cv h then such
& tariff wu'.d p'nee our nunufactur
i i .s and w o! kinsmen mi t ie f oreign
l'-VlJ Of WUlk UlKl .rSt.
206 WbST GOLD AVli.
Hair DresNer and CtilropodlHt
Mrs. bambini, at her parlors op
toslte the Alvarado and next door t
Sturges Cafe, Is prepared to give
thorough scalp treatment,, da hair
drewdi g, treat corns, bunions and
Ingrown nails. She gives massage
treatment and manicurln . Mrs
Bambini's own preparation of com
plcxlon cream builds up the skin and
improves the complexion, and is
guaranteed not to be injurious. She
also prepares hair tonic that enrea
and prevents dandruff and heir fall
in; out; restore life to dead hair;
removes moles, warts and superfluous
hal.. Tor any blemish of the face
call and contult Mr, bambini.
FIREWORKS DISPLAY " .
One of the Mont Ppcrtsvmlar Fea
tures Kwt Shown In Uie Went
Will be Preaenied.
The feature of entertainment on to
morrow's program w 11 be the grand
descriptive fireworks display., which
will be made from In front of the
grandstand at the exposition grounds
at 8:30 o'clock. Over 14.000 worth
of spectacular and illuminating; can
dles and rockets will be shot off, each
one describing and having to do with
the description of some of the many
irrigation projects being made by the
United states government. These
displays have "been wrought with a
great deal of rare and labor, and
are mravelous In their depiction of
scenes. A few of the scenes which
will bp presented are as follows:
Salute of thirteen aerial maroons,
one each for the original states with
America" following, flred from a
File flrlnj- of 10 three-pound ex
hibition rockets. ,
Display of 100 dragon nests In
flights of twelve and twenty-four.
Display of six fountains, covering a
space sixty feet square.
A fllsrht of twelve four-pound gold
en cloud rockets.
ia set of six pound hanging chain
A -flight of six ten-pound electric
mines fired simultaneously forming a
s'xty foot effect.
A simultaneous flight of 100 color
ed star rockets.
A magnificent display of twelve
palm trees, et fifteen feet apart.
forming a six piece effect 180 feet
A flight of six Jewell steamer rock
ets. A simultaneous fl'ght of twelve
nine-Inch meteoric shells of variegat
ed color fired from twelve guns.
A se t of six four-pound Old Glory
rockets, showing national colors.
A display of six mammoth "Devil
Among the Sailors." making a ixty
A display of s'x union batteries of
nation 1 1 colors 100 shots each.
A mriRnlfisent' display of twelve
Peacock gerbes having a ISO foot
A display of s x revolving um
brellas fire exhibition size,
A display of six floral bomb shells.
An a-cent of six four-pound canopy
ror k ts
Tl'e i'.'umlnat'.o" of the exposition
grounds by twenty-four prismlc
lights, alternating red and green.
A display of s'x electric spreader
batteries, ninety foot effect.
A simultaneous flight of thirty-six
meteoric shells, each nine Inches in
diameter In r;cd. white and blue.
A display of six twelve-inch JJeapol
lan bomb shells, each breaking three
distinct times, in midair.
One set display representing an lr
r'gated wheat field, sixty foot effect
under fire. '
A display f twelve cascades set
fifteen feet apart, giving an effect of
a beautiful bouquet 18 feet in dia
meter. Sixty mints of national col
ors. Cwie set piece In brilliant lance
rite 'Hood Night" In twelve Inch let
ters, decorated With diamond gerbee.
I ATTENTION " ;
We arc just in receipt of a Carload of Ammunition, and
are now prepared to fill your orders for
Shot Gun Shells
Loaded with Black or Smokeless Powder,
Drop or Chilled Shot
SEEOUR ASSORTMENT AND GET OUR PRICES
1 Y l ?
Mcintosh hardware co.
U00JO (JUJfOCU0eK0 (
Thar will also be lots of red fir
and other displays too numerous to
mention. The exhibition will be the
grandest and most spectacular ever
witnessed in the west.
All entrance permits heretofore Is
sued to exhibitors, employes and
horsemen, will not be honored for
entrance after 8 o'clock p. m., Oc
tober 3rd, 1908, being the close of
the Irrigation congress proper. And
all persons to whom such permit?
have been Issued will please return
the same at headquarters of the Ir
rigation congress in the Commercial
The above order Is made by virtue
of a resolution passed by the board,
and all permits issued in exchange
for those surrendered, must be coun
tersigned by Mr. Berthold Spltx,
chairman of the committee on per
mits, and all ticket takers at the
gates will not honor any entrance
permit after said date Issued to such
persons, unless the same bears the
official signature of the chairman.
By order of the board,
W. 8. HOPEWELL.
I Are You Goind on hhp.
CD " " ---
to Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Las Cruces. El Paso, Ros
well, Carlsbad, Demit g. Petrified ForeM, Prescott,
Phoenix and to Grand Canyon on sale
October 3 to 10 Inclusive
If you are, please indicate where and wheD, so I reay order
sufficient equipment to take care of you.
PURDY, Agent at the Depot
or Information Buieuu, Central Ave. entrance Alvarado Hotel
Look out for the Aztec Dance, th
ancient dance of the Conquistadorea
Hours of performance 9:00 a. m..
1:00 p. ra. and 8:00 p. m. Central
avenue, between Third and Fourth.
Our sWrt and coliae work Is per
fect. Our DOMESTIC FINISH" H
the proper thing. We lead others
IMPERIAL LAUNDRY CO.
A. .P. Martin, Kansas City; A. r".
Moore, Denver; II. JS. Cartwi ight,
Santa Fe; Sec. Romero and wife, Lai
Ve-pas; R. T. Heller, Caotzon, N. M.;
L. E. H. Endon. Wlllard; O. G. Ileum,
El Paso; R. C. Dillon. Elnclno, N. M.;
C. E. Davenport, Trinidad; M. A.
Ortiz, Santa Fe.
W. M. Wiley. Hody, Colo.; W.' M.
Deshes, Red Sands, Calif.; W. P..
Flllman, Washington, T. C; E. H.
Harlow, Point Richmond; W. A.
Combs, Kansas City; E. H. Dunn.
New York City; Richard Lermy, St.
Geo. W. Armljo, Santa Fe; R. L.
Owen and wife. Corona; P. J. Pclzcr,
San Marcial; V. C. Van Meter, Den
ver; James Tait, Blackwell, Okla.
A. E. Wills, Clayton; T. Larrlnaga,
Porto Rico; Leonard A. Hardle, ,
Vaughn; Lenclo Mosquero, Porte
Rico; Mrs. M. R. Reane, Seattle
Wash.; J. Sullivan, Rlncon; Mrs. K.
K. Glbbs, Globe, Ariz.; M. Gould,
There la a reeaott why I rJl ea
credit for less tlwui otters sell far
cash. I have no rent or other high
expensns to pay. Therefore I sell
clothing, dry goods, carpets, rnjrs and
everything in ready-to-wear garments
for men. women and children at tl.00
per week. E. MaJiaram, 616 W. Ceo-cnU.
F. H. Strong's Furniture Emporium
With the Biggest Stock of
Is Ready to
All Out of
Crockery, Furniture., Glassware, Rugs
and Housefurnishing Goods
E t Seen in the Southwest
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