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w rn esda v, ArnUi ?. iw. I AMUSEMENTS Crystal The PRIZE to be drawn for Tomorrow Afternoon will consist of SI 0.00 worth of Merchandise at any store in town. Watch This Space for Next Week's Prize MR. W. B. KERN, Tenor, Illustrated Sons MR. J. ROACH, Baritone Music by Crystal Orchestra Matinee Every Day at 2:45; All Seats 10c Evenings 7:15, 8:15, 9:15 e COLOMBO THEATRE W. B. Moore. Mgr. Licensed by the Motion Pic ture Patent Co. ADMISSION IOC One new reel of picture each 'icy. EXCLUSIVE MOVING PICTURES TWO SHOWS, :15 ANT) :15. Matinee Saturday and Sunday at S p. m. ILLUSTRATED SONGS. K MISS JTCNNTB CRAIO, r Musical Dlrectn . -AXXXXXXXXXXXXXXiQOCXXXXXXXj i Pure Ice Cream For the season of 190S our delicious cream Is more pop ular than ever. All orders, large or small. In or out of the city, promptly cared for, and delivery in good condition, guaranteed. The Matthew Dairv & Supply Company i 1700 No. Fourth st Phone 450 A Square Deal! Is My Motto I will give you the square deal in fixing your watch. It pays to treat you honestly and I will do what pays me. x , J. A. GARCIA 210 WEST liOLD AVE. YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD with E. MAHARAN 518 West Central. llr-adr-to-Wcar Garments for Men and Women. A SALE OF GROCKIUES like that going- on here u not often announced. It s cany enough to offer cheap groceries at cheap prices. But we offer first class groceries at LOW QUALITY PRICES. o unusual are the values that it will be wUe for you to lay In a stock while the opportun Ity lasts. As a careful housekeeper you owe It to yourself to Judgo thf character of this offer for yourself. CIIAM1MO7kOCEIY CO. riione 51. Seventh and Tljeras ! The a tre Elks Theatre j MONDAY, APRIL 12 I Return of the "Daintily Differ ent" Pixley & Lulors' Mu sical Masterpiece The -L dui go master With an Exceptionally Clever Coterie of Comic Opera Favorites Including HAUIIV HBIIMSEN Leo Kendal Pheinie Lockliatt Fred Bailey Marie. t.randpre Jo. F. Rooney Ktta Lock hart Robt. W. Albright Marian Mark G. McKissock Charlotte Duncan And that Big. ple. Span, Saucy Bewitching Chorus of KAXOAiROO GIRLS More real musical gems More Intrinsic merit More genuine hearty laughter. Than all other musical shows combined. Prices. 75c, $1 and IX. 50 Seat Sale Saturday at Matoon. xxjoooooooocxxxjcxxxxxaxxxy NEW ORDER OF THINGS In addition to our regular meals, we serve Short Orders. Noodle, Chop Suey in all styles and other Mandarin DIkIicm, Give u8 a trial. SAN JOSE RESTAURANT Open day and night, 211 West Central. OOCXXXJCXOXXXXDOOOCXXXXXXXX HOT CROSS IU NS FOR GOOD FRIDAY That are most sought after are those made by Pioneer bakery, and their superior quality 1 a fair sam ple of the extreme excellence of our baking. we pride ourselves al.si up on the high standard of our bread which has become famous for its htallhfu! and nutritive iiualities. Our cakes, pies and pastry are unsurpass ed, being carefully made from pur est ingredients. PIOXKKR R.AKEHT. SO 7 South First St. KILLthc COUCH AND CURE the LUNC8 Dr. King;' WITH 7 fiev Discovery FDR Iouchs t'RTCT AND All THROAT Na lUWiJTnOUBI.ES. OUARAt.'IiXD SATISFACXOP- OR KOKEiT iltPO tvIDAO. 1 ABOUT TOWN I 3 Sidney Ditrth. formerly connected with the Stiite N'ntloniil hank, arilvi d in tin city last night from a six month."' visit In Los A navies and will remain hern several weeks vlsltliijj fri' tids anil relatives. Th" Mclionhell-Vivlon Conceit ; comi'.my, conipnycd . of Muymc Vlv j ion. h;tp. violin anil mandolin, and j I'olKe McDonnell, render ami Imper- ! sonator. will he at the Santa Fc rending room- Sunday nlplit, April 11. A meeting of the S nnbrero Hiding c'uii will he lielil at the home of Miss iva C. Cutler, 203 North Fourteenth street, known as the Ud Jyee place, this evening at 8 o'clock and all t.iose d' slilng to Join are urged to lie picscnt and register their names. The city at large will he pleased to learn that the Learnard & Lliule toinin Hhvm' band will give concerts in the city park Sundays, beginning May 1. The Council has voted to pay the young musicians $50 a month for tin Ir services. IS Inert McSpadden, accompanied by his wif", has arrived In the city Irom CtiicHgn and will remain a few week visiting his purents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McSpadden. Mr. McSpadden wa a former resident of Alhuiueriue but for the past three years has been re siding in Chicngo. The condition of Dr. W. II. Ilurr, w ho was brought to this i ity last .Monday evening suffering with pneu monia. Is reported as improving. Ur. Burr Is the Santa Fe surgeon at Gal lup. Mrs. Burr is also in the city, the guest of Dr. and Mrs. Colbert. William Halliran. of Hi.-b. e, Ariz., arrived here yesterday morning and will remain here a short time visiting hl sister. Mrs. O. X. Matron. Mr. Halloran, who was a former resident of this city, Is now located in Wsbee, where he Is practicing mining engi neering. The Inauguration of President Taft still holds the canvas at the Colombo theatre, and with two new pictures, "A Summer School for the Children of Paris," and "Tommy's Own Inven tion," forms one of the mist attraT tlve programs put on at this popular picture house. The Modern Woodmen of America will have class adoption at the Elks' hall tomorrow, Thur.-d-.iy evening, and all members of'the. order, wheth er belonging to the local camp or not, are Invited to attend. Twenty appli cants have been secured. There will he plenty of refreshments and a good time l promised. The four orphan rhlldren of the late Mrs. Ida JaD Smith, of Las Ve gas, left last night for the orphan home at Denver, known as the City Temple, which is In charge of the Masons. Mre. C. H. Smith, their aunt, has been taking care of them but her health failed and the children vlll be placed in the home for a jeau. , llallet Reynolds, of Lus Ve gas, administrator of the estate, win take the children to Denver. iXo serious results nre anticipated In the case of V. I. Strickland, the Santa Fe fireman who was scalded by the bursting of an arch pipe n the westbound Santa Fe limited yes terday afternoon. While he Is Buf fering from scalds about the head, neck and arms as well as minor bruises about the head received In Jumping from the engine when It was going at a speed of forty miles an hour, he received no Internal in juries and Dr. Colbert of the Santa Fe hospital hopes to have his patient out In a short time. Services will be as follows in St. John's church. Holy week: Mamnday Thursday: Holy communion at 7 a. m. and 10 a. m. Good Friday, Pas- ion service from 12 noon to 3 p. m. During the three hours service the rector will speak ten minutes n each of the seven words spoken y the Savior while he hung on the cross from the sixth to the ninth hour when he expired. Between these seven addressee there will be hymns and prayers. There will be a few mln- Plan for Summer Comfort Don't add the heat of a kitchen fire to the sufficient discomfort hot weather. Use a New Perfection Wick Bl Flame Oil Cook-Stove and cook comfort. With a "New Perfection" Oil Stove the preparation of daily meals, or the big weekly baking," is done without rais ing the temperature perceptibly above that of any other room in the house. Another great advantage, of the NEW PERFECTION V VWick Blue Flame Oil Cook-Stove is iU handsome CABINET TOP, which Pive it every convenience of the modern steel range, lias nn ample top shelf for warming plates and keeping cooked food hot, drop shelves for holding small cooking- utensils, and is even fitted with racks for tow els. Made in three sizes, and can be had with or without Cabinet Top. If not at your dealer s The R&tfb Lamp otca also between each address of si lence when any one can depart from the church, jThe, services are for nil wh. !..! to; mwlltHto .on the life an:1 sufferings, if piur Lord. jn flood Friday, the day of II in Cruciflctlon. The glory of Etcr day Is reward of the penifnee of Qood Friday. Come and be w ith Us a little while. All peo. pie fif any ni' no creed will be at Lome with us. This Is a general in vitation. Fletcher Cook, n ctor. U. II. Tain men. one of the owners of the I)i nver , Post and ow ner of the Si ltn-I'lotu cirVu;-. Joined the circus hire tills morning. Mr. Tammen gave a $1,mi) pursei.it the races held here (luring the ti rritorial fair last fall. The trial of George Harrison, col ored, on tho charge of being the pro piietir of a gambling den, was be Min this morning and has occupied th attention of the court the greater purt of the .lay. , i-htia llodgcrs, th-s tn.ln porter on trial yesterday for st riling money from a puss- nger, wus limn! tullty. RKS ARt BUSY PREPARIriG FIESTA Wholesalers Arc AUcd for Donations ami Committee Begin Work on Plans for tin- Ilia Show. The lirst donation to be received by the arrangement committee in charge of the Elks' Fierta to be given in the Elks' building for six days beginning May 10, was a t' camera, the gift of i. A. Matson. The merchnnts of the city will not be asked for per sonal donations, but will be asked to write to their Jobbers from whom they annually purchase their sup plies, asking- them to donate some thing of value for the good of the cause. Many of the merchnnts have en tered Into the spirit of the event and have written to their wholesale deal- rs asking them to contribute some thing, and the gifts will begin to ar rive very soon. There will be raffles Innumerable during that week und these donated gifts will be given us prizes. A mass meeting of the arrange ment rommittee was held In the Elks' club rooms last evening and several appointments were made. Leon Hertzog was given charge of the dances which will bo held each evening in the. spacious ball room of the Elks' building while A. B. Bets has been given charge of the side shows, of which there will be many. Other committees will be ap pointed In the very near future and work has been commenced In earn est. The rapid Increase m our boalnew la doe to food work and fair treat ment of onr patrori Hnbba Laundry. BEER IN WATER PiPE TO EVADE THE LAW (Vm-table Discovers Vniquc .Method of Providing Liquid Refrcslinici-t on Sunday , Fctaluma, . April 7. A unique method of evading the Sunday clos ing law was uncovered by Constable Husler here. While making the rounds today his investigations took him Into one of the barber shops here whose patrons would be seri ously affected by the new ordinance. He turned on tins faucet in one of the bath tubs and was thunderstruck to find that the liquid that flowed out was but the purest of lager. Further discoveries showed up the whole nature of this remarkable plan of evading the law, which Is to go into effect tomorrow. First, a system of new pipes was uncovered and when these were fol lowed to their terminal, they were found to connect with a neighboring saloon. Here they were connected with several large kegs of beer. To protect the saloon keeper a regular meter had been Installed to register the amount of consumption. address our nearest agency. iv et perfect omb u i tion heiher high ft of low it therefore free frooi disagreeahle odor and can not smoke. Safe, convenient, onianiemalr the ideal light If not at your dealer'! addri our neatest agency. CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY - (Incorporated! SELLS-FLOTO CIRCUS BIGGER id BET1ER THANJER Continued from page one.) shoulders above all the others. These horses have taken prizes and blue ribbons at all horse shows over the world. The cups they have won fill several chests. The King and Queen of England admired them In Eng land. The wagon they draw weighs t, Olid pounds, and will carry the enormous weight of fifteen tons. The harness th horses wear cost $500 a Sit. Contrasted with the big horses Is Sunday, the smallest Shetland pony n the world. Sunday is very small, but his temper is mighty. He shakes hands with his hind feet with great dexterity. Billy Wales, who had charge of the Armour Six, has charge of the big horses and the little one. Sunday can walkthrough Big Jim's collar. All of the stock with the show Is of the finest qual ity and shows the best of care. ur the animals, Agness, the 'big Bengal tigre and her three liflc cubs, are the mort attractive. The cubs ore Just at the playful ag';. Chris. Zeltz, the keeper, says they ufc too fat. H. II. Tammen, who Is one of the owners of the Deliver Post and the SelU-Floto .show as well, Joined t.ic circus today. Mr. Tammen agreed to having one of the tiger cubs being cnrinieneu .viDUquerque. Another is called Denver. The animal tent Is a circle of cages filled with growling, animated, rest It ss animals. The cage of big Bengal tigers Is an attractive feature. There are big lionB, beam, monkeys anl many other kinds of animate. The camels and elephants are arrayed in one corner of the tent. They, like the horses, are fat and sleek and com fortable, giving evidence of prosperity having spent a winter of plenty st Denveh There are over fifty Shet land ponies in the herd of llttl" horses and more than a hundred draft and acting horaes in the big stable. The vparade was on the street at the advertised hour, and it was a most splendid array of color, fine horses, big wagons, animals, horse men and a calliope. 1 he procession moved from the grounds north on Third street to Sil ver avenue, east on Silver to First street, north on First to Central ave nue and wound around through thi business section of the city for an hour. -When the head reached Third street on Central avenue, the calliope was passing along Coal avenue many blocks away. Four bands filled thf air with circus music, and everybody knows what kind of music that Is. Clever clowns lent zest to the thrill that encompassed the small boy out of school. The public schools let out for the occasion. The afternoon performance began at 2:30 o'clock and a band of human faces .animated with smiles, twenty seats wide, circled the big tent. There appeared the strongest company of actors in the world. The feats were of the kind that makes mne hod their breath. Every act was a fea ture arid Albuquerque got its money's worth at a circuit for once. TELEGRAPHIC MARKETS Chicago, April 7. On a sensation al opening wheat on the board f trade today touched the highest point with one exception in more than twenty years. First sales of May were at 1X4 to 125H. the latter being 3U cents higher than Monday's clos ing. New Tork Metals. New York, April 7. iLead firm, $44.07li; silver 60c. St. IjouIs Metals. St. Louis, April 7. (Lead firm, ti 4.07'i; spelter 4.$7. Money. New York, April 7. Call money. 1912 per cent; prime paper SV4t? 4 per cent; Mexican dollars, 44c. St. 1ouls Wool. St. Louis, Mo., April 7. Wool Market nominal; territory and west ern mediums, 18r,i!23c; ilno mediums, l"W20c; tine, 114017c. tVrain and Provisions. Chicago, April 7. Close: Wheat May 125; July $ 1.11 Ta Corn May 61; July 66i(rji. Oats May 55H: July 47H. Pork May 117. 92',; July $17.83. Lard May $10,171; July $10.25tf 10.27 '-4. llius May $9.32 ; July $9.47 Vi. Chicago I.lveMock. Chicago. April 7. Cattle 10.500. Steady 10c higher. Reeves $4.75 (ji 7.15; Texas steers $4.4.0 jjf 5.60 ; w estern steers $4.1 0 f( 5.60; stackers and feed ers $3.00115.50; cow and heifers $2 (n 5.75; calves $5.50 7. 7t. Hogs, 24.000. 5c higher. Light $6.80 U 7.80; mixed $6.90 I'd 7.25 ; heavy $6.95'a7.30; rough $6.957.05; pigs $5.75414.65: bulk of sales $7,1047.25 Sheep 10.000. Steady to higher. Nutive $3.75iJ6.40; western $3.75rf 6.50: yearlings $6.40 (if 7.50; lambs $6Si8.20; western lambs $6 ft 8 30. Stocks. Amalgamated Copper 76Ti Atchison 107 H pfd 103 New York Central 130 Southern Pacific 121 Cnion Pacific 187 V4 t'nited States Steel .., 50 pfd 113 M Kansas City IJvewtock. Kansas City, April 7. Cattle. 6. 000, including 1.000 southerns, steady t 10c higher. Native steers $ 5 II 6.75: southern steers $4.606; southern cows $3if4.50; native cowe and helf trs $2.75"'(i 6.10; stockers and feeders Welvart Millinery g 312 W. Central i?.'! 5.60; bulls $3.25iD; calves $3.75 r 7.50; western steers $4.80 tj) R.,'0; western cows $3.50 fa 5.50. Hogs, 13,000. 5c higher. Hulk of sales $6.75W7; heavy $6.9,r(W7.10; packers and butchers $6.90f(7.05; light $6.B0ir6.90; pigs $5.25t6. Sheep 6,000. 10c higher. Muttons $5.30ff 6.50; range wethers $4.504jl 7.40; fed ewes $3.50Q 6. Omaha Live stock. South Omaha, April 7. Cattle lteceipts, 2.800; market active to 10c higher; native steers, $4.75 6.75: cows and heifers, $3.25 B 5.50; west ern steers, 13.50 ft 5.75 ; Texas steers, $3.00 (if 5.10; range Cwws and heifers, $2.K0W4.80; stockers and feeders, $::.00'ff 5.50; calves.. $3.50 ui 7.50; bulls and stags, $4.OO5.0O. Hogs Receipts, 6,700; market is strong to 5c higher; heavy, $6.95 7.13; mixed, $6.90 7.00; light, $6.76 7.00; pigs. $4. 75 6. 25; bulk of sales, $6.8507.00. Sheep Receipts, 8,000; market Is steady to 10c lower: yearlings, $6.75 (W7.60; weathers, $5.76(6.50; ewes, $5.2506.25; lambs, $7.258.00. For the best work on sliirt wmlsU patronize Hubba Laundry Co. TO CTJRK A OOLD IS ONE DAY. Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if It falls to cure. E. W. OROVE'8 signature Is on each box. tie. ifyouVe never worn SLICKER you've yet to learn th bodily comfort n gives in the wettest weather MADErOP rlARDvtRV,C'i AMD GUARANTEED WATERPROOF 322 AT All G0QD STORES CATALOG fSlt (XXXXXXXXCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX) LOOK! WANTED. AT ONCM $s,ooo worth of second hand furni ture, stoves, carpets, harnene, etc. We pay highest cash prices; and bay, sell and ex change. CROWN FURNITURE AND AUCTION CO. Thone 0. 114 W. Gold xyacocyxxyocxxxxxxxxxxxxxx) Lone Star Boot & Shoe Shop Oar specialty la making cowboy boots and up-to-date shoes. First class repairing. Best rock-oak sole leather used. Twenty years' experience. I ara matter of the trade. Give us a trial. Work called for and delivered. Pltone 855. 822 W. Central Ave. Builders' and Jfel worn Native and Chicago Lumber, Sherwln-WUliama Paint Noata Building Paper, Plaster, lime, Cement, Glaaa, Sash, Doors, EM, J. C BALDRIDGE WITH AMPLE MEANS AND UNSURPASSED FACILITIES THE. BANK of COMMERCE OF LBDQDERQOK, N. M. Extends to Depositors Every Proper Accommodation and Solicits New Accounts CAPITAL. S150.000 OrriCERS A NO DIRECTORS SOLOMON LUNA. President S. STRICKLER, Vice President and Cashier W W. J. JOHNSON. William Mcintosh, A. M. Blackwe 1, Shady-Brim Turban JN the picture is shown the new shady brimmed Tur ban. It is going to be the rage this sum mer. Trimmed with great red roses and spray of leaves, trim ming set toward the back, combined with fancy brade comprise the decoration, mak ing it one of the handsomest styles we are showing. and Art Studio Open Evening Coal Coke Wood BEST AMERICAN BLOCK OOAIj ALL LENGTHS CEDAR AND PINION WOOD. MILL AND FACTORY WOOD. LUMP, $5.5. NCT, $415. We'll Please or Bust JJ We will meet any competition AZTEC FUEL CO. Phone 251. Office, Corner Granite and First THIRD STHEET Meat Market UI Kfatda of Freab and Salt Maas. Steam Saaoas-e Factory. KMIL KLKLNWOItT rWasoala Balldlng. North Ttdi-4 "tr. SULPHUR HOT SPRINGS All Chronla Disease Cured. We traat all forms or dliaase, Rhsomatlam, Dropsy, Bad Blaod, Nsryouanaas, Ulcers, Deafneos, Paralyala, Stomach aad Bladder Troubles, Strictures, t. W rmarantss tha cor of Catarrh. W gtw frea instructions on ui sf tha waters. Baths ara auto saaUa Cam or wrrta. JOS. L. DURAN, Sulphur Hot Scrinjri Nrw Mcxice WHITE HOUSE RESTAURANT 90918. First St. MEALS AND LUNCHES X Come in tha eating's fine T I No remcy Prices Hero I RICO HOTEL AND BAR MOVED Three doors north, to 119 FIRST ST. Finishers' Supplier 423 SOUTH FIRST Assistant Cashier J. C. Baldridge. O. E. Cromwell.