aTCIUT, OCT. 'tfc-f ffM.
Your Credit is Good
C. M AH ARAM
Clothe your family on $1C0 per week
S1BW. Central Ave.
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W. D. (Spot) Moore. "Mgr.
Something- Ioln All the Time.
Exclusive Moving Pictures
. MkiR Arabian Pottery.
The Two Griefs.
The Gambler ami the IVvU.
Palermo and Its Surroundings
By Mn, Hanlon.
OooUduous Performance 8 to 10
TOD A Y
Afternoon and Evening.
The latest and best of
subjects in Moving
Pictures and Songs.
Changes all the time.
IOC tt!" 10c
ROLLER SKATING RINK
Moving Pic'ore Perfouuncj
Brgiim at g:Q. p. m.
Mr C. A. iYauk, Soiruii.
"My MotlMT-ln-I-aw Is tn Love"
The Workman's Honor"
"The Tale of a Shirt"
-412 West Centrol Ave.
209 S. rirtt St.
I MEALS AND LUNCHES
Come Id- -the eating's fine
T Ho Fancy Price Here
A Healthy Fumily.
'Our whole family has enjoyed food
ftealth since we began using Dr.
King's New Life Pills, three years
go," says L. A. Bartlet. of Rural
liouts 1. Oullford. Maine. They
cleanse and tons the system la a
gtatle way that does you good, lie
t til dealers.
Want ads printed tn the Otis
will tiring rexulm.
I A. Chauvin
itill remains at 114
South Third Street with
a complete line of 1908
Wall Paper, Paints, Oils
Jr'ersonal Attention Given to
Painting, Paper Hanging
ite U IS boutb. Third Bl
CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY
N Successors to Mel:nl Eakln
an3 Raehechl Qloml
TVHGI.KSALE DEALERS IX
WIVES LIQUORS and tIGARS
We handle everything In our lino.
Write for Illustrated Catalogue and
Price List, Issued to dealers only.
CORNER FIRST AND COPPER.
Corner meon end af
Particular people have been
pleased with I olumbng Meals for
many years. Have you tried .hem t
BLS1 iHVti iV lunrn
FOR 1HZ MONEY
Repairing Oaf Specialty
P. MATTt UCCI
105 N. 1st. Street
kll Rinds of fresh ami Salt Mesu
fctcaun Maunage frwetory.
KM IX KLEIN WORT
Waaonlo Bulliluig. Nona Third Street
Oct. 3 1.-
St. Louis) Wool. j
St. Louis, Oct, 31, Wopl un
changed. Money Market.
New York. Oct. II. Money on call
nominal; prime mercantile paper, 4 0
New York, Oct. 31. Lead quiet,
f 4.3JV4 4.374: copper quiet, 118.75
(uv 14.00; silver, 60c.
Grain and Provlnlonti.
Chicago, Oct. 31. Wheat Dec,
11-00; May, 11.03ft.
Corn Oct., 88a; Dec, 6314c.
Oat Dec, 4814c; May, 60 V4
Pork Oct., 114.30; Nov., $14.40.
Lard Nov. and Jan., 19.376 9.40.
Ribs Oct., $8.85; Jan., 18.42 hi.
Chicago, Oct. 31. Cattle Receipts
400; steady; beeves, $3.157.60; Tex
mas, $3.2&4.0; ws.iterns, $3.00 it
6.85; stockera and feeders, 12.60 4?
4.45; cows and heifers, $1.50?5 2i;
calves, $(.00 0 8.00.
Sheep Receipts i.600; steady;
westerns, $2.50 04.70; yearling., $4.u0
5.10; western lambs, $4.0006.00.
New York Stocks,
New Yoik, Oct. 31. Following:
were closing quotations on the stock
Amalgamated Copper 7914
do. preferred 96
New York Central 10514
Southern Pacific 107
Union Pacific 171
Un ted States Steel 47 hi
do. preferred 110 44
Hennas City L'vemock.
Kansas City. Oct. 31. Cattle Re
ceipts 600; steady; southern steers,
$2.8004.50; southern cows, $1,000
3.20; stockera and feeders, $2.75 'w
4.60; bulls, $2.2503.50; calves, $3. .6
07.00; western steers, $3.5004.80;
western cows, $2.4003.75.
Hogs Receipts 9,000; steady to 6c
lower; hulk of sales, $5.10?J 5.80;
heavy, $5.700 5.95; packer and
butchers, 9j.6O05.5; light, 19.00'ji
9.70; pigs, $3.7006.00.
Sheep Receipts 2,000; steady;
muttons. $3.75Si4 25; lambs. $4.25 ru
6.76; range wethers, $3.5004.(0; fed
ewes, $3.25 0 4.25.
QVIXLI3 A MUTINY
Constantinople, Oct. 31. A threat
ened outbreak In a company of Turk
ish trops attached to the garrison at
Yildii Kok w piompt'y put down
this morning with a single volley from
the loyal battalion. Three mutineer
were killed and flftetn wounded.
No. 4 and No. S from the west are
repotted on time; firt No. 1 on time,
second No. 1 at 9 p. ra, third No. 1
at 9:30. first No. 7 on time, second
No. 7 twenty minutes late, No, 9 at
12:15 a. m.
TO CURE A COLD IN OXK DAY
Takt LAXATIVE HltOMO Quinine
tablets. Druggists refund money If
It falls to cure. E. W. GROVE'S
signature Is on each box. 5c
It Is not wnat you pay tor advertis
ing but what advertising PATa
YOU, that makes It valuable. Our
cup tawaa) fair OH Si SrTta
Fifty Years the Standard. A Pare
Cream of Tartar Powder. Makes
finest cake and pastry, light, flaky
biscuit, delicious griddle .'cakes
palatable and wholesome.
No alum, no lime phosphates
NOTE. Avoid baking powders made
from alum. They look like pore pow
ders, and may raiic the cake, but alum
is a poison and no one can cat food
mixed with it without injury to health.
Immni-ulute Owniitlon Early m iss
at 7. II. gh mass and sermon at 9:30.
Evening service and conference! t
Christian tt- nice Subject, "Ever
lasting Punishment." Sun lay morn
ing service tit 11. Hun lay school at
9:45 a. m. Wednesday evening meeting-
at 8 p. m. Services are held In
Public Llbraiy building. All are wel
come. Christian South Broadway, Walter
E. Biyson. paHtor. hun.lay ch iol at
10 o'clock. Morning service at 11
o'clock. Christian EnJeivor prayer
meeting at 6;30. Evening service at
7:30. Wednesday evening prayer
meeting at 7:30,
I'.i-hI Itutlxt i ; road a ay and Lea l
avenue. John .A. Shaw, 1 pastor.
Preaching by the paator at 11 a. m.
and 7:30 p. m. Sunday school. at
9:45 a. m. J. A. Hammond, super
intendent. Young people's m etlhg at
6:30 p. m. All are cordially Invited
to these services.
Methodist KplHcniml diurch Sou ill
318 South Arno street.- C. A.. Clark,
pastor. Sunday school at 9:46 a. m.
W. C Warllck, superintendent. Les
son reviewed by pastor. Preaching
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. by the
pastor. Epworth League 6:10 p. m.
Trimble Wells, leader. Tou will be
welcomed at all theBe services.
OontrrvGutioiwl Corner Broadway
and Coal avenue. W. J. Marsh, pas
tor. Sunday school at 9:46 a. m. H.
S. Lithgow, superlntt nient. Preach
ing services at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Christian Endeavor at 6:45 p. m.
Rev. J. H. Healil, superintendent of
home mlsa ons, will preach, and MUs
Reynolds will sing at the morning
service. All are cordially Invited.
St, John's F.plKcoH,lr Comer of Sil
ver avenue and Fouilh street. R v.
Fletcher Cook, rector. All RalnU'
day Holy communion at 7 a. m. and
11 a. m. Worship with sermon at 11
a. m. and 7:30 p. m. Subject of ser
mons, "All Hallowed Saints There and
Here." in the morn'ng, and In the
evening "The Preacher of the Ages
' and the People." A solo In the morn
' lng by Mrs. McDonald. In the tven
; lng Mrs. Frank will sin "Singing n
' God's Acre." Everybody welcome.
Flint MetliiMlM EplMJopal Rev. .1.
C. Rollins, D. D.. pastor. Sunday
i school meets at 9:45 eve; y Sunday
j morning. Epwmth league at 6:30, to
which all young people are cordially
i Invited. Public worship at 11 a. m.
: and 7:30 p. m. At the morning hour
I the pastor will oftlc'ale at the sacra
I mental service, prece ded by "A Com
j munlon Meditation, ' and in the even
i lng will ipeak on "Some Things That
j At the morning service Mrs. C. A.
1 Frank will sing "My Redeemer and
My Lord." by l u k, anl at the even-
lng hour Mr. Tartwright will render
i a baritone sole. The public Is cor
dially Invited to all services.
Firnt Presbyterian Corner of Flf'h
street and Silver av nue. Hugh A.
Cooper, pastor. Servlo a at 11 a m
El Vfil TTIVTTS- Mother's Friend is the only rem.
M V H M 13 ecJy wnich relieves women of
mJm. ! m. aJsSSr much of the pain of maternity;
this hour, dreaded as woman's severest trial, is not only made less pain
ful, but danger Is avoided by its use. Those who use this remedy are
no longer despondent or gloomy; nervousness, nausea and other distress-
the coming event. "It Is worth
its weight in gold," say many
wno nave usej it.
43 s pmr Sncuav Hnuk at tJm t
S4i xiMcuu.L laviUMira 1 im.
U IW.kU RoI Ca. , AtUu. Ca.
and 7:30 p. m. Morning theme, 'The
Oreat Commission. ' Offering for
minsions. AdJre.-wes by the pastor
and iy Dr. Colbert, who has had sev
eral years' experience In foreign lands
as a medical missionary. E.en'ng
theme. "The Message of a Dying
Musical selections, morning
Organ, "Minuet and Til ". .March nt
Anthem. "Thero Is a Land of Pu e
Prelude, "I Waited for the Lord".
Song and Chorus, "Keep Sweet"...
Anthem, "Dream of Paradise". .Gray
Solo, "Like as a Hart" J. West
The Sunday school meets at 9:46
a. m. C. E. at 6:46 p. m. Strangers
are cordially Invited.
IjowIkv Iluys Intern of Adams In
French and Adams Business.
tBy a partnership- reoently formed,
C. E. Lowber", formerly of the Strong
Undertaking company, becomes one
half owner of the French and Adams
undertaking establishment, Mr. Ad
ams having withdrawn his Interests.
The new firm will start business un
der the new title of French and Low
ber on the first of November and as
both are popular young men in the
city and thoroughly capable under
takers and embalmers, they bid fair
to control their share of the busi
ness. Ever since the death of his
wife, which occurred In this city
about a year ago, Mr. Adams has
remained In Indiana, his former
home, where he Is now in the under
taking business. He now withdraws
his Interests and is succeeded by Mr.
Lowber and the business will con
tinue as heretofore.
Mr. Iiwber has. for the past two
years, bwn connected with the
Strong undertaking parlors and was
previously In the same business In
Newark, Del., where he went Imme
diately after graduating from the
School of Embalming at Boston,
Mans. For ten years he was In the
undertaking business in Newark.
Del., coming to this city two years
go for the benefit of his health. For
fifteen years he has studied the un
dertaking business as well as em
balming and today stands among the
foremost undertakers In the territory.
Mr. French hardly needs an Intro
duction In this city. For over a year
he has conducted the undertaking
business of French and Adams in a
most creditable manner and previous
to coming here was engaged in the
same business at Richmond, Va. Mr.
French Is graduate of the New
York School of Embalming and Is
well posted In the art which he prac
tices. The new firm is equ'pped with
Its own private ambulance, ca.ket
wagon, call buggy, etc., and Ftaid'
ready to serve the people of this city
In times of their bereavement. The
same location as hss formerly been
used will be occupied.
Get your material for fancy work
and have your stamping done at
Mrs. Wilson's, J08 West Lead Ave.
Becoming a mother should be a
source of J iy, t ut the suffering
intKient to tiic orJeal rru.'..'es
twiaits anticipiitiuii one of dread.
U twa winy
We arc just in receipt of a Carload of Ammunitionand
are now prepared to fill your orders for
Shot Gun Shells
Loaded with Black on Smokeless Powder,
Drop or Chilled Shot
SEE OUR ASSORTMENT AND GET OUR PRICES
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
U6J06904K3 OeJCWOeJO )KJKjK
MIS CLUB PLANS
Trams Win Enter From Las Vegas,
6nt Fe and Other Terri
Members of the Albuquerque Ten
nis club are now contemplating a
tournament to which the entire
southwest will be invited to enter.
The club numbers over fifty members
and It Is believed that their orga
nization Includes some of the best
players in the southwest. Plans are
now being made whereby the courts
will be doubled in number and in
stead of two, there will soon be four
of the best tennis courts In the west.
In addition to the enlargement of the
grounds, a beautiful little rest house
Is being planned as Is also a small
building In which will be built lock
ers for the paraphernalia belonging
to the players, each member being
entitled to his own individual locker.
Already several of the neighboring
cities have entered their names on
the tournament and among the first
of them art Santa Fe and Las Veg
as, both of whom have squads of
players deslrlous of showing their
competency on the tennis courts of
this city. No definite arrangements
have un yet been made but it is al
most an assured fact; that a tour
nament will soon, be held in. which
the players of this city will play an
Important part. Some, of the tennis
enthusiasts Jn this city have excel
lent records, some having played on
the college teams while they were
attending school. Practicing among
the home players will commence at
once and before long it is thought
that several winning teams will be
selected which will stand a fair show
of defeating any similar team or set
of teams In the southwest.
READY FOR WORK
K. II. Itlekfonl Here Says lands
Cienr From All Litigation and
Work to Start Next Year
PV IT relr.kfnril. ma.nA2cc of the
xuuiiurvs ijri&aiiuu iirujeei, wn'wii tin.
tor Its object the storing of the flood !
waters of the Mlmbres river in Luna
county for the purpo.se of irrigating .
a huge tract of land, reach- d Albu- j
querque today from Santa Fe. M.
I'lckford said that by a comproml e j
all the lands of the company had bet n '
cleared of litigation and that as soon
as possible work would be started on
the Irrigation project. The lands wl 1
be colonised and will greatly a Id to i
the population and resources of Luna
county. The people of that section
of New Mexico will be glad to hear J
that the project Is to be completed j
and that all litigation Is at an end. I
It Is not what you pay for alver
tlslng but what advertising PATS
YOU, that makes It va'uable. Our
rates are lowest for equal service.
The reason we do so much nOUGB
OKY work is because we do It right
nd at the price you eannot afford to
cv tt done at 'home.
IM'THMI, l.AI NDRY
November 5, 6, 7, 1908
Tickets tn El Taso and return at
rate of 12.00 mr the round trip. Ou
fcaie Nov. a, 4, E and 6. Keiurn
limit Nov. 8.
T. E. PURDY, Agent
i Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers
. Splendid Blankets
Ask your dealer for a
5A Blanket. They are
known the world over as
the best and strongest, and
the longest-wearing blank
ets made. Look for the 5 A
Buy s 84 Bias GInb for rt Sttbl.
Bur s (A Squara lor lha Street.
We Sell Them
ALBUQUERQUE, TV. M.
WITH AMPLE MFANS AND UNSIRPaSSLD FACILITIES
OF LBUQLJKKQUK. N. M.
Kxtends to Depositors Every Froer Accommodation
and Solicits New Accounts
orrtccRs a mo directors
SOLOMON LUNA, President
W S STklCKLKR. Vice .'resident and Cashier
VV. J. JOHNSON. Assistant Cashier
William Mcintosh, J. C. Haldridge,
A. M. HlackweU. O. K. Cromwell.
Builders' , and Finishers Supplies
Native and Ch'tago Lumber, Sl'rwln-Wllll nu Paint None Rct
trr. Itiilldlng laM-r, l'Ustur, Lime, Oenieut, flatM, Saudi, Doora, KlC,
Vxc, IXc. t
J. C. BA.LDRIDGE
& COMPANY 1
and las Vegas
J. KORBER & GO.
114 Ncrth Second 'reet
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