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SANTA FE NEW MEXICAN, SANTA FE, N.M.
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1007. (ilQCES, BAhS, BUTCHERS! CARTWRIGHT DAVIS CO. N . 250 San Francisco Street Grocery Telephone No. 4. Meat Market. Tele- phone No. 49. Santa F III 6 SATURDAY SCD 0) Performances Afternoon and Evening Coming Here in the Zenith of Its Glory; Coming with Every Honor New York and Europe Can Bestow; Coming with a Twenty-One Years' Kecord of Eepeated, Uninterrupted Success The "Whole World Laid Under Contribution in Order to Present an Exhibition in Keeping with the Name and Fame of Its Owner. THE GREAT TRAIN ROBBERY 747Perf ormances in New York City-747 First Presentation Under Canvas of the One Supreme Sensational "Thriller " Without Precedent or Parallel. Arthur Voogtlin' s V. Y. Hippodrome Conception. Employing an Engine and Train of Cars A Mining Camp, with Streets, Hotels and Dance Halls. Passenger and Treasure Laden Express Car Plundered by Desperadoes. Chase by Sheriff and Posse Ovei Mountains and Prairie. Deadly Running Combat. Mysticism, Magic and Marvels of the Orient Hindu jugglers and snake charmers, enchanting Nauteh dancing girls, venerable high priests, wandering tribes of Bedouins, skilled warriors, daring Sheiks, fear less horsemen, soothsayers, witchdoctors, howling and dancing Devishers, together" with their superb Arabian, Moorish and Algerian horses, native, gorgeous cos tumes, war weapons and trappings, ornaments and religious articles, musical instruments of strange tones and curious designs, domestic utensils, desert tents of animal skins, camp and traveling equipage and other odd and barbaric accou trements, paraphernalia and appurtenances. A true and perfect panorama of Eastern life and customs. A Living Page from Frontier History Vacqueros, gauchos, cowboys, cowgirls, tribes of savage Indians, bIx hundred horses, herds of buffaloes, the cavalry of nations, hundreds of representative ex perts, veterans and celebrities of border life, battle scenes, equestrian evolutions ' riding rivalries from Cossack to Commanohe, crack shots led by Pawnee Bill' scouts, trappers, pioneers of tho wilderness, foarless rough riders. Performing in an arena of battle-size proportions tho sports, games, contests, pastimes, bat tles and gladiatorial combats of past days. Performances at 2 and 8 P.M. acdhTSBS? 2 Grand Spectacular STREET PARADE In the Morning Reserved Scats on Sale at Regul ar Prices on Day of Exhibition at Irela id's Pharmacy. WAU FRESH TOMATOES. We are offering a flne lot of Toma toes these days. lied, ripe and well flavored. Per pound 5c. Per case, 27 Dounds, $1.25. CANTALOUPES. Rocky Ford variety of Cantaloupes re in good supply. Each, 5c and 't l-2c. Both pony and standard crates 'it low prices. '"swTetorn. " Genuine Sweet Corn, native grown, fresh every day. This is fine. FRESH VEGETABLES. Our stock of fresh Vegetables con tains about everything the market af fords. Virginia Sweet Potatoes, Na tive Lettuce, Radishes, Young Onions, Beans, etc. Two big Cucumbers, for 5c. Celery, per stalk, 5c. BAKERY GOODS. Our cream and home-made Breads taste like the real thing, the kind mother used to make. All kinds, hi-'' eluding, Rye, Vienna, French and Gra ham, 5c per loaf. Boston Brown and Poppy Seed Twist ou Saturdays at 10c. Our popular price Fruit' Cake at 25c per pound Is a winner. Try our Vanilla Wafers and Almond Maca roons. Jelly Rolls, 10c. v PRETZELS. The German cracker, the Pretzel, is a most healthful article of -diet. Each one is dipped in lye and baked over an open fire on wire screening. This insures that delightful crlspiness so seldom found. We have two kinds, German and Italian. The latter .con tains carrowny seed. Per pound, 15c. MEAT MARKET. - We are now shipping No, 1 Kansas City steer beef. This is the fullest, finest flavored beef known. We are also receiving Kansas City pork, mut ton and veal. Try our fresh meat. New manager in the Meat Market. He knows his business and will try to please you if you will give him the opportunity. If you want the very best meats at tho same price, give us a trial. Fish and Oysters every Fri day. Springs and liens all the time. CANNED FRUITS. We are already offering new Cali fornia Canned Fruits. Cheaper than the fresh this year. New Preserves and Jams. Several brands to choose from. All are guaranteed to comply with the National Pure Food Law, and to be properly labeled as to contents. IMPORTED GOODS. We buy nearly all our stocks of im ported delicacies direct from the New York importers. We own them at right prices. Carry liberal stocks of the best, brands, and can therefore supply your table to the best advan tage, both as to price and quality. Personal Mention. (Continued From Page Four) Mrs. J. E. Wood who was with the Hewett party, returned last evening from the cliff dwelling region of Ra jarlto park. Superintendent of Public Instruc tion J. E. Clark left this morning for his old home at Milan, Michigan, where he will spend a vacation of about three weeks. His wife went there about two weeks ago. Mrs. T. B. Catron, accompanied by her son, Fletcher, will leave tomor row morning for New Haven, Connec ticut, where she will place the young man in Hopkin's Gramar School, a preparatory school for Yale Universi ty. Congressman Nicholas Longworth of Ohio and wife, who was formerly Miss Alice Roosevelt, will pass through Lamy tomorrow night on the eastbound California Limited. They are en route to Washington after a trip to Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Long worth spent yesterday and today at the Grand Canyon. Colonel W. A. Glassford, Signal Corps, United States Army, chief sig nal 'officer of the Department of Cali fornia, stationed at the Presidio, San Francisco, reached the city this fore noon for a short visit with friends. Colonel Glassford was stationed' here in the early eighties as lieutenant of the signal corps and in charge of military telegraph lines in New Mexico and Arizona. TJie many friends he then made throughout this and the Sister Territory, all remember him very kindly and sincerely. His visit here this afternoon was very pleasant. He is en route to Fort Omaha where he will be stationed as chief signal offi cer. Mrs. Glassford is now visiting her mother, Mrs. S. B. Davis, In Las Vegas. Colonel Glassford had a very pleasant time of it this afternoon; he called on Governor Curry, whom he knew in the Philippine Islands, and on a number of his friends. He left this evening for Las Vegas where he will spend a day at the home of Mrs. Glassford's mother and then proceed north. Minor City Topics. (Continued from Page Five.) 1 Today's official weather forecast is "Fair tonight and Thursday with sta tionary temperature." Train report at 3 p. m.: All Santa Fe trains reported on time; Denver and Rio Grande 20 minutes late; San ta Fe Central, one hour late. CIMARRON IS ENJOYING BOOM Once Famous Colfax County Town Again Coming Into Its Own Activity in All Lines. Cimarron, N. M., Sept., 18 W. IT. Jackson, of Alamogordo, Is here looking up the lumber interests of this place. He visited the timber tracts of Ponil Canon last week and reports this section of the territory furnishes the finest logging prospects in the southwest. He is negotiating the pur chase of an interest in the Cimarron Lumber Company. W. K. Christie, who has been con nected with the St, Louis Rocky Mountain and Pacific Railroad for the past two years, has resigned his posi tion, sold his property here and re turned to Pawpaw, Michigan, his old home. Mrs. Christie and daughter, Margaret will join him there in a few clays. Mr. Christie expects later to locate in the Southwest. W. F. White man who has been living on the ranch of Robert Van Houten, has bought the Christie home. ,T. M. Alvey, the president of the Tucumcari Printing Compajiy, of Tu cumcari, has been looking over the town with a view of putting in a print ing establishment here. A great many new houses are going up here both residence and business but construction work is greatly hand icapped by lack of carpenters. CHICAGO DEFEATS NEW CHARTEk Reform Measure Voted Down at yes terday's Election by Over j 62,000 Majority. Y Chicago, Sept., 18 Although 'the new city charter was defeated at yes terday's election by over 02,000 ''ma jority the supporters of the measure have immediately begun to form plans to bring about as soon as possible, re forms in local administration which they contend are necessary. Many who opposed the charter presented yesterday, show a , dispositioa to lend a hand in framing a better one. Walter Fisher, one of the hardest workers in the convention which framed the charter, said the fight for a new charter must go on. "The charter was defeated," he said, "by the usual combination of selfishness and stupidity with which every con servative reform has to contend." SANTA FE ROAD TO PAY US APPRENTICES MORE. DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTE OPENS Superintendent Connor is Well Pleased With Prospects for Ensuing Term. ; The New Mexico Deaf and Dumb Institute which is located a short dis tance south of Santa Fe was opened today for the 1907-8 term. Superin tendent W. J. Connor, Jr., when seen this morning stated that the Indica tions are bright for a very sucessful term, and the expectations are the enrollment will be much larger than the preceding term. Seven pupils vere in attendance on the opening day and the others will have arrived by the end of the week. The Territorial Deaf and Dumb In stitute is a very creditable institu tion, housed in a modern three story pressed brick building in which com fortable quarters are provided for the pupils. An additional oral teacher has been employed for the new term which makes two in number. Oral instruction or lip reading Is now in Vogue in most institutions of this kind. 1 . : Composing the faculty In addition to Superintendent Connor are Miss Elise C. Engleman, formerly of Pueb lo, Colorado, and Miss Jeanette Poole, formerly of Council Bluffs, Iowa. . Misses Engleman and Poole have both had experience as oral teachers and were highly recommended. COUNTERFEITER MUST SERVE TWO YEARS. Albuquerque, N. M Sept. 18. Dr. George U. Hall, arrested on July 2d, last,; by the local police while at work molding counterfeit dollars, half dollars and quarters, was arraigned yesterday In the district court and en tered a plea of guilty. He was sent enced to a term of two years In the penitentiary. 1 FIRE DESTROYS 50,000 BARRELS OF OIL. Oakland, Calif., Sept., 18. Fifty thousand barrels of oil In a tank at, the Oakland Gas Light, and Heat Com pany, at the foot of Jefferson street, near the Southern Pacific tracks was destroyed by fire today.' The fire started from a live eloc'tPic wire which caused an explosion. .it ODD FELLOWS TO MEET" IN DENVER NEXT YEAR- St. Paul, Minn., Sept. 18. Denver was selected todav by tho Sovereign Grand Lodge of the Odd Fellows as the place of' meeting next year. Gen eral Manley A. Raney, of Iowa, was re-elected commanding general of the Patriarchs Militant - ' ' GOOD CROPS ASSURED IN ESTANCIA VALLEY Jesse McGee, Who Owns Homestead Adjoining Townsite, Tells of Present Conditions. . Jesse McGee,, who is the owner of a homestead entry adjoining the town site of Estancia, Torrance county, was in town today on business. He made his homestead entry three years ago and has filed his final homestead commutation proof thereon, which, when proved will make him owner of the land. To a representative of the New Mexican Mr. McGee stated that the farmers in the Estancia valley will raise good crops this year. In some cases from 40 to 50 bushels of corn per acre will be harvested; cane, kaf fir corn, milo maize, wheat and oats wherever planted are doing well and will give satisfactory yields. Several kinds of vegetables, especially cab bage will make fine crops, and beans and potatoes have also done well, and the harvest will be good. During the fore part of the season It was some what dry and this was rather injurious and a drawback. During the latter part of July and August, however, the rains were plen tiful and hence good crops are as sured. Mr. McGee who has had three years' experience in the Estancia val ley believes that section has a very promising future, as far as agricul ture and the feeding of livestock for market are concerned. New Mexican Ads. bring returns. MARKET REPORT. WOOL MARKET. St. Louis, Sept. 18. Wool steady, and unchanged. CLOSING MARKET REPORT. LIVE STOCK Chicago, 111., Sept., 18. Market steady. Cattle, 21,000. Beeves $4.00 fi.73; cows, $1.255.50; Texas steers, $3.755.00; calves, $5. .750 8.00; western cattle, $4.00G.10; stackers and feeders, $2.GO5.00. Sheep. Market weak to ten lower. Run, 2S.000. Western, $3.255.75: yearlings, $5.50G.40; lambs, $5.00 5.60; western, $5. 00 7. 05. JAP STEAMER BURNS; 100 LIVES REPORTED LOST. Shanghai, Sept., 18. A Japannese steamer, said to be the Taffe Maru, has been burned three miles off Ching Klang on the right bank of Yang Tse Kiang river, 45 miles from Nanking. It is reported that a hundred lives' were lost. The New Mexican Printing Com pany keeps on hand a large assort blanks are carefully prepared In ac cordance with statute and will be found satisfactory. Reductions in prices are made to those who pur chase in quantity. Blanks necessary In making homestead entries, or final proof theron, desert land sntries or final proof thereon, coal declaratory statements and In securing mining claims also kept in stock and for sale by the New Mexican Printing Com pany. . ' CARTWRIGHT IBB COMPAHY DUDR0W & M0NTENIE FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS All Kinds of Picture Framing OI.DROW'S OFFICE BUILDING. Day Phone 35 Residence: Upper Palace Avenue (Amado Chaves House), Nights and Sundays. Telephone, No. 142. COAL N D ODD Cerrillos Lump, Monero Lump, Anthracite Mixed. Anthracite Furnace, Smithing Coal, Sawed Wood and Kindling. CAPITAL COAL YARD. Phone No. 85. Office Garfield A venue, near A., T. and S. F. Depot. DIGNEO & NAPOLEON, WHOLESALE UETJIL WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS Sole Agents for Pabst's Beer, Try a Glass of the Famous Pabst Beer. SANTA FE,.N. M., (Puovn N". 8.) (Phonb No. 6.) IT DOESN'T COST ANYTHING f I TO COME IN AND LOOK AROUND. VISITORS ARE ALWAYS WELCOME WHETHER THEY BUY OR NOT. The Biggeot Curio Store in the "West MEXICAN AND INDIAN WARES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS AT BARGAIN COUNTER PRICES. ELEGANT STOCK OF NAVAJO BLANKETS AND BASKETS JUST RECEIVED. FINEST LINE OF MEXICAN DRAWN WORK IN CITY. THIS IS THE HOUSE FROM WHICH THE GENUINE INDIAN AND MEXICAN CURIOS COME. You Can't Miss the Place THE ORIGINAL OLD CURIO STORE J. S. CANDELARIO, THE C URIO MAN Look for Old Cart on Top of Building. 301-303 San Francisco Street. Topeka, Kans., Sept. 18. Appren tices in all the shops on the Santa Fe system have heen granted an Increase of two cents per hour dating from September 1. Thls Increase Is for a ten-hour day. The Increase is entire ly voluntary, no demands , having been made on the company by, any of Its apprentices. 'I I ii - r H (Cream Baking Powder. (For half a century American, housewives have found Dr. Price's Baking Powder a, guaran- : tee of light, sweet;, pure and 'Wholesome food. t(es the nrlect biscuit, cake and breed.