Fill DAY, JWt'ARV 15, 1M.
HOLDS LARGE PART
OF COUNTY FUNDS
(Continued from rxigo one.)
Mi tent ion Hunters!
The House That Is Producing the Goods.
A Word to the
Ledies of Albuquerque
In order to make our matinees mure
popular, the management of the Crys
tal theater han arranged a series of
free drawings. I if f.-ront useful house
hold articles to be drawn for on earn
Wednesday afternoon, commencing
January 20, Kuch lady attend
ing a mutinee performance will be
presented with a ticket that will en
title her to a free chance. The first
drawing will be for a beautiful rock
ing chair, which Is on display at the
furniture emporium of Albert Faber,
West Central avenue.
MR. W. B. KERN, Tenor, Illustrated Songs
MUSIC BY CRYSTAL ORCHESTRA
Onrmicncinff Moinlny. Jan. IB, 1901), our evening rIiowsi
will start at 7:15, 8:13 anil :15.
Matinee 2:45 All Seats 10c Night, 7, 8, 9
W. B. Moore, Mgr.
One new reel of picture each 1
TWO SHOWS, 8 AND 9 P. M.
Matinee Saturday and Sunday
at 3 p. m.
ir It's New We nave It.
The. nrlde of Lammermoor.
School Days (Comic.)
Tlie Tyrant's Dream ( Oomle)
The Tenderfoot (Western com
edy.) Released Jan. 7th.
ROLLER SKATING RINK
George McCrumb of Denver vs.
Freddie Ix-Tarte of Albuquerque
HAT MAKERS STRIKE
FOR LABEL PRIVilESE
IlecauMi t'muiiles Refused to Let
Tlicm Iaste I'nlon IaIkMs on
IVodiict They Jlcfuse to
holder. of the territory are far in ex
cess of a reasonable c m pixiisatiop f"r
the services performed. 1 therefore,
will ilo nothing to prevent this P'g
Islatio.n im proposed by house bill No.
31, niul w ill, so Tar as lies In my pow
er, eneour.ige the passage of the fame.
Kci ling that the public are inter
ested in this matter and that they
are entitled to know what efTorts an
being made to thwart lcgl-slat on alon
the lines proposed in this bill anil
that your communleatl n !s not of a
personal or conlldentlal nature. I am
causing your letter to be published to
gether with my reply to same.
Yours very truly
JOHN K. HEAVEN',
Treasurer and Kx-ftldo Collector f r
Following Is the rucnipt given Mr.
Heuven ly Mr. 1'lnney, when the
part of the funds wne turned over
yesterday, and which may be of In
terest to sjoine oi me mx payers:
Kecelvcd or John s. Heaven, tnis
14th lay of January, 1H08, check No.
316 In the sum of sixty-six thousand
three hundred thirty-two dollars and
hrty-Ilve cents, to apply on balance
due lifi-nalillo county as shown by
books of said count together with
fifty dollars on deposit with N. W.
Harris 4 Co.. of New York city, and
a payment of twenty thousand one
hundred sixty dollars and thlrly-two
cents, made January 1, Htflfl, making
a total paid to Kdward 1'lnney. of
( ighty-six thousand five hundred forty-two
dollars and eighty-seven cents.
(Signed) "KDWAI1D FINNIC Y."
Newark, N. J., Jan. 15. Four thou
sajid workers In the hat factories In
Orange street struck this morning
when Informed by their employers
that no more union labels would be
permitted In the hats produced In the
Orange factories. It Is understood
that this OTder promulgated today
was decided upon at a recent meeting
of the associated hat manufacturers.
The entire hat manufacturing indus
try of the country may be affected.
Dunbury, Conn., Jan. 15. The em
ployes of the hat factories In this city
were notified this morning of the ac
tion of the National Association of
Hat Manufacturers In regard to union
labels as the result of trouble la the
factory of the Guyer Hat Manufactur
ing comipany at Philadelphia. No ac
tion had been taken up to noon ry
the operatives, regarding' the stopping
South Xorwalk, Conn., Jan. 15.
Seven hundred employes of the Cro
fut and Knapp company hat makers,
walked out today on the refusal of
the firm to permit the use of union
labels on its product.
Fart, from 2,000 Feet.
Mr. J. Roacli. Baritone.
DUKE CITY BAND Monday
Thursday and Saturday Nights
New York, Jan. 15. Seventy-flve
ha -factories, employing from 20,000
to 25,000 persons are affected by the
decision of the Associated Hat Manu
facturers promulgated to day to dis
continue the use of the union label In
all factories represented In the asso
IIATTLFJKI HI'S AKIUVIXG
SUWLY AT MA.ILSKIU.ES
Marseilles. Jan. 15. The battle
ship (ieorgia arrived today from. Port
Paid. The Nebraska, Hhode Island
und New Jersey are expected shortly.
All arrangements for the reception to
the ships have been completed.
ELKS' OPERA HOUSE
Evening Jdll. L3
The (leanest liahtest
and most comlortawe
At the same time
cheapest In the
end because It
waterproof Catalog frea
sT K VI-vT
New Mexico Day
At the El Paso Rac
For tlila occasion the A. T. & S. Y.
liy. will sell tickets from Albu
querque to Kl Paso and return at
for the round trip. Coi resiond
intfly low rates from all interme
diate points. Date of sale Jan. 13
and 11; return limit Jan. 17.
A vote against the sewer bonds I a
ot aaiubt Greater Albuquerque, .
WOMEN WOIIK Hl'.S-
Considerable interest attaches to a
party which was given lat night by
a well known Albuquerque woman.
It is reported that the affair included
only twenty-six women guests and
that half of them donned their hus
bands' evening irlotho. Some of the
costumea caused considerable merri
ment for not all of the women who
wore men's clothing, were of the
same proportions as the garments
and the fits were good, bad and indif
ferent. The party was a great success
and the guests bound themselves to
secrecy but like all secrete, the story
leaked out and more than one man in
the Hyde park district Is still looking
for his dress suit.
INVESTIGATE THE KI.ECTION.
Denver, Jan. 15. A Joint resolu
tion for the appointment of a com
mission to consist of two senators and
three members of the House to inves
tigate alleged election frauds In Las
Animus and Huerfano counties was
adopted by th Senate today and was
then sent to the House.
A TOWIIOAT WIUX'KFD.
Pittsburg, Jan. r&. As the result
of a peculiar accident the towboat
Dave Wood sunk at the government
Cam No. 4 In the Ohio river today.
The twenty-three members of the
trew reached the shore safely, several
having narrow escapes. While passing
ever the dam it Is supposed that the
suction caused by the boat's move
ment drew up one of the wickets,
which punched a hole through the
MAHINES HACK TO SHU'S.
Washington, Jan. 15. By a unani
mous vote the House committee-on
naval affairs today agreed to recom
mend the placing of marines on ships
of the navy, contrary to the action of
the president. This action was taken
following the taking of testimony
which has lasted several days. Admir
al Evans was the last witness. He ap
proved the recent order of the presi
dent, removing the marines from ships
ami urged their organisation into bat
talions, but still as part of the navy.
2 lbs. for 75c
BUY THE BEST
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
SEE OUR ASSORTMENT AND GET OUR PRICES
Better than home made
I for better bread
In bulk and in jars
McINTOSH HARDWARE CO.
JUST RO EIfD-TWO CARS OF
Which we sell at
prices you pay
elsewhere for in
See us at once.
J. KORBSR.& CO.
214 N. SECOND ST.
New York, Jan. 15. .Lead easy
94.15 (fi 4.20; copper weak 14WV4;
Chicago, Jan. 15. Cattle receipts,
3,000. Quiot. Beeves 94.OOQl 7.25; Tex
ans and heifers 91.755.00; calves
Sheep 8,000. Steady. Western 95.25
7.50; yearlings 96.15(9 7.15; western
lambs 95.25 8.00.
For the best work on sJilrt waists
patronize llubhs Laundry Co.
Tcftflitir of piano, mandolin and
gultur. ItaU'M rcasonaMe. IHr terms
upply WhltNou Music Co.
I'nJKs craED ix to 14 days
PAZO OINTMENT Is guaranteed la
cure any case of Itching. Pllnd, Bleed
ing or Protruding Piles In ( to 14 days
ir money refunded. SOo
Our work la RIGHT Vi every de
partment. Ilubb Ijinndry Co.
Is the day when you vote on
the Mt'ucr IXMid iHsue.
Is the date when you owe n
duly to Albuquerque.
Is the date to help make a
Is the date when every vote
4 counts for or against.
' JAM'AJIY 19
Is the dute you cannot afford
T. Purdy, Agent
Anrnne lending m kelrh and dsrintlon may
Otili-kiy ast-ertaiit our (iunnti rri whether ad
tii7t'iitiiii it pn'tmirff p'it':iiitM. Cominuntra.
iloiiakitrlcttycoiiUtlitiiliiil. HANDBOOK ou Hriienn
'ti fruo. iM'ltt nttiH'y fur oedt ing patenln.
l'd(uta takfii tlirui.'ti Ikuuu A Cu. rtW
sptcUU fiofiti, wnln-ut churns lutho
A lisndsomoty- ttutrmtn4 wklr Turvrat dr.
culiitl'ilt i t Kiiy' ifnUtio l.airiiiil, '1 'nnn, f t a
v.'-r: four montlta. ftL buid byili nwJ-Mltjm.
2 lb. cans 20c.
j Green Chili
Grain and lrovisloiis.
Chicago, Jan. 13. Closing quota
tions: Wheat May 91.05S; July
96H J) .
Corn May 60 i 61; July 61
Oats May 51; July 46.
Pork Jan. 916.624; May 916.87.
Lard Jan. 99.57 i ; May 98.77.
Kibs Jan. 98.70- May 98.90.
New York, Jan. 15. Prime mer
cantile paper 3W4 per cent; money
on call eay 1 Hi 2 per cent.
Amalgamated Copper 80
New York Central 129
Pen nsyl van la 1 3 2
Southern Pacific 119
Union Paclllc 178
U. S. .Steel 51
The reason we do so much ROUGH
DRY work l becausa we do It right
and at the pt-ice you cannot afford to
have It done at borne.
Minneapolis Rooming House
524 South Second St., corner Iron.
All new iron beds. Rooms for
housekeeping. Single room, 91-25 up.
No invalids received.
G. MORELLJ, Prop.
CONSOLIDATED LIQUOR COMPANY
Successors to Mellnl & Kaktn
and Bachechl A Gloml
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
WINES, LIQUORS and CIGARS
We handle everything In our line.
Write tor Illustrated Catalogue Rod
Price Llet. Issued to dealers only.
CORNER FIRST AND COPPEB.
GROSS KELLY & COMPANY
B VKERY !
tlown. Order one for
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, Jan. 15. Cattle re
ceipts 2,000. Steady. Southern steers
94.25 It 6.00; southern cows 92.50
4.35; stockers and feeders 93.40
5.40; bulls 93.255J 5.00; calves 93.T5
8.25; western eteers 94.006.25;
western cows 93.00 5.00.
Hogs, 9,000. Steady to 5c lower.
Bulk of sales 93.50 (Ti 6.05; heavy 96.00
4! 6.15; packers and butchers 95.80
6.10; light 9O.50ti5.90; pigs 94.25
Sheep, 2,000. Steady. Muttons 94.50
(0 5.80; lambs I6.50ii7.75; range
wethers 94.00 Ci 6.75; fed ewes 93 00
Wool, Hide and Pelt Dealers 1
WW WWW" WW
Albuquerque and tas Vegas
F. L. COLHCHN KMPLOYMENT
H)t Rolls every
212 West Sliver Avenue.
Help, all kinds, furnished on short
notice. Give us your orders if you
need help. Unemployed, list with us
If you want work.
SYSTEM AND ECONOMY
Knows that where there is system, everything rung smooih-'
ly. In order for a woman to manage her household affairs
with system and economy, she must have control of receipts
A checking account will give an accurate record of how
much is spent each week or month. It enables you to see
just where the leaks are.
Pay by check; it helps you
to keep within your income.
THE BANK OF COMMERCE
ALBUQUERQUE. NEW MEXICO
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS S20O.0OO
VELVET SKIN LOTION
Clears the Skin Quickly
$1.00 a Bottle
Write for FUEE Booklet on Suc
cessful Home Treatment of the skin
EL PASO, TEX.
This Preparation! is sold in Albu
querque at the Parisian.
Builders' and Finishers' Supplies
Native, ami tfluougo Lumber, Slierwin-Wlllluina Paint Non Better.
Uulldlug Paper, PIuMtcr, Lime, Cement, Glass, Sali, Doors; EUs.
J. C BALD RIDGE . 423 SOUTH FIRST
MONTEZUMA TRUST CO.
NEW MEXICO t
Capital and Surplus, $100,000
INTEREST ALLOWED ON SAYINGS DEPOSITS
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