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T.HE PRESS PRAISES ALBINI.
Commencing Saturday, Octo-, her 16th, the Great Albini and his company Will make their first appe; ranee in this city. The following notice has been taken out of the Duluth News, headed with large letters: The Deep Mystery at the Bijou Theatre Albini makes a bedroom set grow where none grew before, j With a new mystery, the “Bridal Chamber” Albini, the Great, heads a good vaudeville bill at the Bijou this week. His act is certainly a mystery He has been in Duluth many times and the j stunt of making a girl appear in ; the trunk which has been inspect-j and tested in every way wascon sidered a marvel. This season, besides the trunk, lie furnishes a bedroom complete onaeurtained stand which has been fully ex posed btfore hestartshisillusion. To add to the mystery, there is positively no scenery of any kind on the stage. Besides this, Albi na has ins great slight ot-hand tricks, v\hich he accompanies with an amusing and rapid fire monologue. CONG Dr. W. H. Swigert of the well kn >wn firm of Swigert Bros. Opti cal Co., Denver and Phoenix, will be nere again at the Hotel Navajo, thr edays only, Wednesday, Thurs day and Friday. Oct. 27th, 28th and 29th. We cordially invite all persons having eye trouble, headaches, or nervous affections of any kind (caused from the eyes) to avail tucmselves of this opportunity and have their eves careful! ex amined and their optical work done b\ a competent, reliable and exclusive optical house. Remember the Dates and Place. HOTEL NAVAJO Wednesday, I hursday and Friday* i Oct. 27th, 28th and 29th Last trip until spring. We can sell you a pocket knife at a price -to fit your pocket book Get one before all the Post Office Store. * What “Marion Harland” Thinks of COTTOLENE. New York. December 15th, 1908. The N. K. Fairbank Company, Chicago, 111. Dear Sirs: Many years ago I discon tinued the use of lard in my kitchen aiul substituted for it—as an experi ment —COTTOL.ENE, then comparative ly a new product. Since my first trial of It. I can truly *ay that it has given complete satis faction: whether it is used alone, as •'Shortening,” or in combination with butter in pastry, biscuits, etc., or in frying, it has never disappointed me. I honestly believe it to be the very best tiling of its kind ever offered to the American housekeeper, and I am glad of the opportunity to make my conviction public. Yours truly, “Marion Harlana. PROFESSIONAL CARDS liUKBAGt and NELSON. Attorneys at Law. Notary Public Wtnslov . VrlzoM ■ \ ' ■. • - . i . i«i'. the Territory W. P. Geary, Attornky-at-Law Wiuslo v . A 4oiir ! Will Practice in all the Territorial Courtis C. L. HATHAWAY, M. D Crtii » iu the ItOOTh BLOt L iIOUIIiS 10a .ui to 12 uooi , 2 p•in . to 4 p m. . 7 p; m . tr> 8 p . n\ . DR GEO. P. SAMPSON OFFICE HOUH>: 11 to 11’ a m. 2 to -| |'. m. PD. SPRANKLE, M. I>. | Physician and Si kgkon Office: Booth Block Hours: 9 to 11 a. m. 1 to 3 p ni 5 7 to 9 p. in. Phone 13A Winslow, Ariz N.GPOY Dku.ek in I Vegetables, Fruits Also a Full Link of General i Merchandise ! Our Fruits and Vegetables art received fresh each morning, atu our prices c’ant lie beat. Buy at our stand or from our wagon ! Our Place of Business FRONT STREET Next to Arizona Central Hotel - i George F. Schaal Jeweler and Optic i j A Fine Line ofStandard Watches Repairing a Specialty j Press the Button And mail vour films to us. Al kinds of Kodad Finishing Neat lv and Promptly Done. Prict List Mailed on Request. Mishler & Walker, Potographers, GALLUP, N M. Twi > » T V/jLB!JR D. N';SB!T. « < ?V ! Above the clash and clamor that surg.-s frem i e s'rcct There con i s the rustling murmur of \v nil -swept fields of wheat. There <oi. i .. e mystic calling of moun tain pe s that rise Until their snowy mantles ire shoulder ing lie skies. | The or bards and the valleys. the meadow lands and all — They send a r iss the distance their low. insis.ent call. i The tin' le of the river where shallows s;p ash and run And toss their foaming jewels to sparkle in the sun, Tlie n. rror la' es are sending the plash ing of the oars And tang of p.ne and hemlock that crowd along the.r shores— O, down across the mountains and up along the pla'n The wind of summer bears us the mur muring refrain. There’s Some Class to This A real airship —one that flics The great game of basket ball, on horseback High-class harness arr 1 running races. The Nat Reiss Southern Carnival Co Iwo troops of the United States Cavalry Base Ball tournament. Marathon race. Relav foot race. Trades parade. Twenty conven tions, Montezuma Ball The 2:12 pace “Bull Durham” Stake SI,OOO given by Blackwell’s Durham Tobacco Co. You Will Miss It If You Miss It At the Twenty-Ninth Annual New Mexico Fair AND RESOURCES EXPOSITION ALBUQUERQUE October 11th to 16th, 1909 W. C. TIGHT, JOHN B. McMANUS, President Secretary It whispers of the loafing in haunts of sun and shade, Os watching where the treetops far down below are swayed Uy all the silent breezes; it tells of little roads Where through the purple twilight tin crickets chant their odes— And with a lilt as thrilling as that of fife and drum The good green world without the walls is calling to us: “Come!” LITTLE HENRY’S MEMORANDA. I notis that when rna does the cooking pa eats more than usual and talks about how fine it tastes. If he doesnt ma tells what a hard time wimmen have in this world. Unkel Bill says it would jar the ordinary young man to know that his best girl likes him because he combs his hair like her favorite actor. Ma spoils half the dinners he goes to by worryin’ over whether or not the people disputed about sendin' Li n the invitation. Unkel Bill says when a girl is en g gfd to a man she wonders why he i oesnt choose so v ebody else and alter she marries him she wonders why nobody else got him. It is as much * surp:ise to c itch fO’ e peop’e te irg the truth as to catch others telling a lie. Unkel PiP says it i n’t any wonder it is t:. ier to re e ler faevs than Hatr b>ecTrtrfrd y; r » $p ?c . It Jc saV. bat 11 e"• rm ' o •« s el' bis leveed to s"end -t , 0 r •, new o’rak’. < o on . co: ■ oi the - : ent i \ rav g r.t s hers