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THE DAILY CITIZEN
ALMTQl'KfKjl K. MAY tl. lm
By instructions from Chase &
sanburn we are au'honzed to sell
lava and Mix.li a Coffee at the
45-cent toffee at. . .40 cents.
40-cent colTce at. . .35 cents.
3-cent coffee at, . .30 cents.
30-cent off e it ... 2 5 cents.
"5ent coffee at. , .20 cents.
El). lliTIIIEK .
fU 1. Railroad At.. llboQQerqoatI. I.
MONLY 10 LOAN
On pianos, Orat-clam fnrnlture, etA,
without removal. Aixoon diamonds,
watohee, J'Wnirr, life limuranre poll
fie. Ti tint deeds or any good secur
ity. Terms verv moderate.
tP9 Booth Second street, Albuquer
que, New alexioo. neit dour to West
hd Union Telegraph odlne.
B. A. SLEYSTEK,
THE i MAN
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOMS It A 14 CKOMRKLL BLOCS
mum & inmm
207 Railroad Ave.
N. T. ABMUU Bl'ILDLNQ.
CALL AT THE
Low Price sad Courteous Treatbieat.
Kuc 10 cent dim,
liivt your htrt lauudrled
Ami bum uu um
At tht AlbaquerQoe Steam Laundry.
Cmrmmw Col av. ud Hwoid
JAT A. HUBBS, Proprietor,
Albaqnerqufi Fish Market..
Freeh Fish, Oysters, Lobsters,
Crabs, Hhriwpa, elo. bain more
Oysters, fresh wry day lu bulk
aud cans. Headquarters tor
Dreased Poultry. Mail Order
receive prompt attentiou.
204 sad 20 Soatfe Second Street.
MEUNI & E AKIN.
Iboloh tni Retail Liquor Dealers,
Family trad upillcd Vboleeale price,
iclutveac-nufir tbt I moil Yellowstone
Wutok;, All lb standard brtnd o
SI. LOUIS ud MILWAUKEE
Bottled beer Id .tuck. K ecaot bide board tod
Steading rouin 10 Connection uid Mar bul.
tin fie.b from tli wirr.
STAPLE EDdANCY GROCERIES
214 8. Second St.
be uu fcartli.
Ire Lt:llvcry .
Tin work. w hlluey Co.
Stove repairs at Pulrelle's.
Fin stationary at Matoon'a.
Calvin Whiting, Insurance.
New lot tf stamped linens at Mrs. Wil
son'. (Juuther's candles at llawlej's on the
A new line ol Leek belts, just received,
at tue KouuoiuiHi.
Bea the bargains In new lurnlturs just
arrived at Fulrelle'a.
For Bent Nicely furnished rooms at
V1L North tteooud street.
Tue Uleet styles ot Que ladlee' low and
LUgn shoes al A. Simpler s.
Attend the special sale of shirt waists
at tne ttoouoiuisl this week.
Latest novelties lu pompadour and elds
comb, boseuwald brother.
leu's (outwear of all descriptions at
A. biuipler's cloning out sole.
Bead A. Lumbar do' advertisement and
take advantage o( ths low prices.
Wanted A girl to help In housework
and do sewing. Call al south Third
The freahost stock of staple aud fancy
groceries are to be fouud at Bell & Co.',
airs. GolJHileo, the aged mother of Mrs
Jacob M elLiuau, Is reported to be quite
111 with the grip.
Preen vegetable, fruits In seawiu.
poultry aud staple grocer lee, at bell A
IO. e. Second street.
A full assort uie nt of children's low
buliou shoe to be sold at cunt at A. biui
pler's closing out sale.
Tue Uuo lum-h aud eicellent beet
served ai Ztigr's Care is what draw.
cuHtouiers to mat fav.irli place,
If you waut a suit to order go to K. L.
naxuuuru u 1 beadqiiarier for re
liable goode, Iroiu flixu to t2S) UU.
JoebiiaH. B;uoIi1m, preeideut of the
Fir i.t Naiioual bauk, u at the liolei
Uiglilaud, Coining lu iroiu Las Vegas luet
J. L. Bell & Co., the grocers, uccfMorb
to f. r . 1 roller, are piiparrd loiurnub
everything in tiieir line al the lowest
Kor to morrow and the balance of title
wxec we will eeli our creamery butter al
i) Cdiits per pound. The Jaffa Orocer;
Warm weather haen't come In realitv
jret, but don't wony, It' coming, b,
prepared; now Is your chance. Ourkpecial
huv. voeeuwaiu vivn.
Jut received a Hue line of new bed
room Bulled, wlinti we will sell 10 per
eeul. eheaper thau the cau be bought
einewuere lu nil town. J. U. Uldeou
the Kirst street home outtlcier.
A portion of the shoes ordered ly A.
Simpler laet fall for the spnug aud sum
mer trade have junt arrived aud persoua
In need ot foolwear cau iret tba i.ii
styles at greatly reduced prices at hi
Perhaps you never bought clothlug
underwear aud furumhlug goods from
us. It will pay you to luvtwilgats our
prices and see If yon do not imv if to
00 per cent on riouiiDg mot prices. To
be hail only at ths (toliien Hole liry ttoort
Co.'s, leailers of low prices.
At a epeclsl nieettng of ths school
board held lot evening, It wm derided.
owinc to the prevaleure of scarlet fever
and other enii'HgtoiH diaeaMes to which
rhlMren are ready subj.cta. to clues all
ins wam KcnoolA sil l lbs ninth irrsde In
the hi i(h echo l. leaving onlv the tmnlls
of the upper grl of th. high ncbreil
rrm-iin at th.-ir etndlee. I he cblldren
msy return loth whil on Monday to
get their (Rk.. Tte dsv of ebbing ths
achool fur ths annual vacstlon Ih OKtiallv
Marshal Hornoff . J not a little Mt die-turb-'d
brcanae of the optuwltlon he I re
reiving in hH f IT rt 1 1 g.'t the ritii-'in to
clean 1111 thir loeini-" 4. H h had to
bring some of tliee 1 IT nders tin In ixillce
conn bntoretl ey con r-illy tielipve that
he iiiletided to 1 nloii tlie lew. "I sni
willing to noliry tin 111 once lint they
nitiit cleen lip wliNiirii'r we ete tiremleea
tht heed i,"' he renisrkel tteday, "af
ter thtt they tnsy expect arreet at any
The Utile ft-year-nlri.bny of Chsrles
Wt', the old engineer of the Hxnt. Ke
I'acllle ami el justice of the peace of pre
cinct 'in, died to day at I :: p. m. of scar
lei revi-r, at the ridtiice on wnith wai
ter street. Mr. Wagg It ut of the city
at preeent, hut haa been not I Bed of his
A lady' brown leather Doekethnnk.
containing a white silk handkerchief,
several receipt and other papers, wan
picsen np 10 old town and left at this
otll -) this owning by Jeout flarria. Ths
owner can have sums by detcilhlng prop.
erty ana leaving 0 cents for this notice.
June Is always a popular month for
weddings and doubt lee many ft our
young men have eerious lutentlon for
that mouth If so, we would advlee
theiu to see J. O. Hldeon, the furniture
man, and let him aid them in properly
outfitting ths propeaed Utile borne.
'But civilised man cannot live with
out rooks, mi sayi a celebrated poet. A
g'od cook Is a treasure Kat Hundav
dinner at the Midland reetaurant and be
happy. An excellent dinner, with straw
berry los cream, only lie cents. Bhort
caks at snpper.
Oeorge P. Bnell returned to Iis Ange
les Iset evening sfter an enjoyable vieit
ofaf-wdays' duration with his many
friends hers, where he was formerly a
rent, lent. Mr Mir 1 1 acted as caehler In
ths Bsnta Ka Pacific pay car that cams In
ths other day.
There will be a free concert at Orches
trion hall to morrow afternoon. Boversl
new pieces of mimic will be played.
Kverybody Is Invited. A deliirhtful nlace
to pass a few hours.
Yon all know whers the Zela-er Cafe la
located and only need a g -ntle reminder
that they sell good beer there and nerve a
0ns lunch frse.
Kvervthing In the drinkable, and a
One lunch on the side, can lie fouud at
lladaracco's summer garden. Call to
An experience of years enable J. L.
II-1 1 & Co. to f urnieh Juxt what tlielr cus
tomers waut. Orders solicited; tree de
livery, Jiint received, a new line of belts and
patriotic neckwear In the national colors
of red, white and blue, at The Koono
mlst. To B urrow-12,500 on Improved Albu
querque hue! neee property. Aptily to K.
W. I). Bryan, Kirst National Bank build
ing. Are yon a stranger in townY If so, and
yon would like a cool glxwt of beer aud a
delightful lui.ch call at Zeiger'a Cafe,
All bicycle rider, out on a spin to
morrow, are invited to rest up at Bidiir
aoco'a summer gsrden.
Men's, boya and children's straw hats
frm U6 cents to tl 6(1; all new goods. K
L. W aahburn & Co.
Special aale on shirts, underwear,
ox, suspenders, at the (iolden Kule Dry
Boys' era-.li suits f I 50; One. pure white
Bedford cord suits f ABO, at K. L. W anh
burn A Co. "a
A -complete line of potted meats and
delicacies for luncheons and picnics, at
When out ehopnlng don't forset to bo
to Mrs H iIhou'h, 218 eoiitti Second street.
J net received full Hue of Guhther's
Ine candles at llawley'a on the corner.
A new line of patriotic emblems and
tlea jiidt In. at the Kcouomist.
Planiei for Kent Ons Que uurlahL
Call at Whitiu s mnnle store.
Boyt' patriotic blnutes lust arrived at
K. L. Waehburn & Co.'s
W hits enamel! bedsteads, dressers and
rockers, at t'utrelie's.
JuNt think of It. Scotch organdies, onlv
4c a yard at Ilfeld's.
Novelties la our atieenswars depart-
nent. W hltuey Co.
Attend ;ae special sale this week at ths
New goods of various kinds at Mrs.
Bicycles on Installments, Halm A Co,
Lamps and trimmings. W hitney Co.
Curios aud drawn work at Mateon's.
Floor matting. V hltuey Co.
THE WHITNEY COMPANY
M'Cormiek Mowing Machine,
.... The Very Best Made.
g J . lvvwi"tnrVi'''i
v-ttf i cup n-v
! Lr-SS' 1. 1 i
r xrrw-i lit
Brass unci Iron Bedsteads,
That make you feel cool during these hot nights. They are "f". fl-l -T-(J-R
beauties, call and see them and see our styles and prices. CHILDS r J . "ill
........... ...j .j, jits auu jnnca wuiiiii me reacn oi an.
. . Hardwire, Furniture, and Crockery . .
DOMESTIC & IMPORTED DINNER SETS From $10.00 up.
TOILET SETS From $3.50 up. Each and every one of our depart
ments carry the largest stock in the Southwest.
Beginning Wednesday, May It and lasting until Sat
urday May 28. Our complete stock of Novelty Or
gandies, Dimmi ics, Lawns, Madras cloth, Percale,
etc , as well as our complete stock of White (Jocd.i
are i iclu lei'in th s stle. Every ofL-r a spei.i.il lead
er in itself. The same and belter goods than you pay
25 to 50 per cent more for, elsewhere.
Lace Striped Dluimltles. In beautiful
d's'ins.ofl slit, medium an I riaik Ad
oring. A splendid largaluat 12 l-2i
sale price, per yatd 8 l-t
A Hue of Lawu and Organdl 'S In stride,
scroll an I floral deign also In all ih
solid shades, manufactured to reiai
at 12 I 2c. Pale price, pr yard . . .8 l-3c
r Ine-it Imp irted Organde only one pat
tern of a de gn a ready 'Aixs per yard eeli
er, and a g d value at that Specls
sale price l er ystd Hoc
Mny tqually Good Values Which Lack of pate
Docs not Permit us to Mention
Come and See For Yourself.
We close at 6 P. M. every cvcniii, excepting
Saturdays and Pay Days.
THB CITT IH BRIEF.
rtrsoaal and Geaersl Psragraplu Picked
Dp Here sod There.
Kehearsal of Krmlnls, Mondsy night.
A full attendance Is desired ot all those
George t. Blunt, who was at Santa He
on bu-iuee aud ti pay his reepecls tt his
mends, relurued to the city laet night.
J, W. Lynch, who was at Marceluis,
Mo., on a vUit, came In from the north
last night and cm tinned on to (iallup.
H hlle taking your evening st roll don't
full to drop Into the Zdger Cats and get
a glaHS ot cool beer aud au appetising
Men's Christian Union at 4 p.m.. at
Odd Kellows' hall; W. J. McDonald,
leader. All members are cordially In
vited to atteud.
The ladles ot the Public Llbrsry held a
very Interesting special meeting this
morning, aud transacted aoine good bus
luetM for the beuelH of ths aeaoclatloo.
Ths horns of I), Sperry, on south Arno
street, was gladdened this morning by
the arrlal f a girl baby. Mr. Sperry Is
ons of the popular workmen at the rail
The Paletlns Kirs Innurance cam
pauy'srepreaetitative, Kd. O. Ilunhea, who
has lieen here the paat few days, left Iset
night for Las Vrgas. Ms will probably
return hers lu a abort tlms.
The Smith boys James, Harry, Fred
erick and Lawrence met an old friend,
Mrs. L. Paine, at ths depot laat night.
The lady is from Pennaylvaula. and Is
ou her way to southern California.
Wealey K. Travis, of Chlcaao. Dassed
through laat night going to llolbrook. to
purchaee cattle to till the San Curios In
dian beef contract, which lias Juet been
awarded to blm by the government.
The aherlll of Socorro couutv. H. O.
Bu'siim, who lo.ik Alfred Me iter molt, the
Mg laleiia detHit burglar to ths peniten
tiary, cm In fro u Santa He Ian night.
and continued on to Socorro this morn
Notices were served on a number of
property holders calling attention to the
dbairdered condition ot their premises ill
ths rear and ordering ths sum" cleaned
up. Olllcer Baruhlll Is perloruiiug the
II. K. Hox and wife, accompanied by J.
C. Hoi aud wife, vlaitors fiom Alchlaou,
Kan , drove out to Hear canyon, out In
the Saudis mountain, ymterday. The
visitors will rmmln here a few days
longer, aud then return to their Kaunas
On or about June 1, ths famous stages
of Waeon A Trimble will make regular
trips to the celebrated Sulphur springa,
via Thornton and Bland. The tourlats
cau leave here on the early morning ac
The Canton All Steel Easy Dump Rake,
The Rake that rmkes our competitors envious. THE IN
SURANCE 'Jaioline Stove. "The Safe Gasoline Stove." The
ALASKA REFRIGERATORS and ICE-BOXES, Save more ice
in n.; se-ison thun they rost. Our ICE-CREAM FREEZERS
w II make ice-cream while you are crushing ice for other makes.
If You Ar Going to the Mountain You ought to
see our folding camp onHits.
A line of Organdies and Dimmlties in
ths bewent fl r-tl derliis, plaids and con
ventions! dfSliMis, an linmens. aswrt-
ment to select from and goods which we
wl 1 put up sgtinet shy 17 1 2u xsm-.s In
town. Sale price 12 l-2e
A line of organdies for which you have
never paid lest tlisn 2."c a yard. Ppeclal
wis price, per yard 17 l-2c
White Orande. ous yard wide, worth
IPC per jard 8 l-4c
comodation freight train, and at Thorn
toil change ear fi r the stage, which will
Isnd them at the Sulphurs In time for
Manager Manger, the gifted war man
Ipiilator at the local Harvey house, hail
as gueet yesterday Alliert llempaey, of
v nicago, wno i tne superintendent ol
ths dining cars ou the Hue ot the Santa
Kb railway. Mr. IMmetev left this morn
Ing to vIhii a brother at Klucon.and after
a short stay there be will return north to
Mesdsmes John R. McHie. W. II II
Llewellyn and II. L. Miles, three ladies
well known In this city, have been au-
polntril delegates from the Women's Im
provement aawclatlou at La Cruces to
the annual convention of the Women's
Confederate Clubs ot the United State
to be held In Oeuver next mouth.
O. W. Strong Is still very III. at Ills
resilience, ins carbuncle on his neck
has disabled him entirely, and It Is In
the riangeroui nelghhorhiaid of the spine.
He is getting, however, ths beat of bur
Ing by Mrs. Strong, aud will doubtless
ssin lie out agaiu.
W. L. Trimble, the well known livery
man ot this city, who has a big ore
hsuling coutract up Id the Cochltl dis
trlct, la at home to enjoy the Sabbaih
with his many friend of this city and to
talk war with ths members ot ths "battle
Scarlet fever, measles and other oon-
tngtnus (Unease are reported from eev
eral sections of the city, and the greateet
precaution should lie exercised to pre
vent the spread ot the diseases sud alarm
among the people.
Mrs. H. 8. Wllley will leave to morrow
m ruing for Chlliii, ont In the Handle
mountains, where she will rem tin for a
few dsvs with a lady friend on a ranch
uear that town.
Postmaster (Irunsfeld has received In
formation that liea and Skaguay.
Alaska, hive been made money order
"Mice by ths postolbVe department.
No books will he given out at ths li
brary while contagion diseases ars so
prevalent In ths city. All holding book
will please return them.
Thoinat Dye. Jr., ths popular young
assistant of Wm Chaiilatn, the nhoe
dealer, lias been on the Hick list the paat
P. N. lludley, who represents a Howell,
Mich., merchant tailoring concern, Ih
here, and Is registered at Hturges' Kuro
Ilon't forget the Bsdaracco summer
garden to morrow A line place to visit,
especially Sunday afternoon aud evening
Charles Tina ev. ot W Inslow. cams in
from ths west laat night aud Is at the
Girl wanted for general housework
Call at 8 a, Tijeras road.
Office and Salesrooms, 217-219 S. 2ni St.
Workshops and Heavy Hardware, M5-J 1 7
S. 1st. street.
Lgiiuari in Mm rm
Uocle Sam Put On
At S1.50 to S2.50 Per Suit
Men's Linen Suits
Uoys' Cassinioro Suits.. .Sa00 to $5.00
Nobby Men's Suits $7 50 to $15.00
Our Stock, of Alt Kind;
Neckwe tr, Un lerwear
ce lei. Our Sio, k of 1
Don't fail to call en us.
tUU MANILA SOCIAL.
Th KtcdIdk a Patrlotla lurcm at th.
The patriotio young people ot the
Cougrega.lonal cliurcu aud their friends
celebrated the Uuparalellttd vlcuirv ol
Admiral Dewey al the baule of Muulla,
ust evening, u tne cnurcu parlors, ami
paid a glowing tribute to the gallant
and brave boys who so feariesaly hUnmI
oy meir guns lu spite of the hot Die from
the epani.iids, aud also to the cause ol
liberty and freedom, which our ballon Is
called upuu to deleud, lu the iulerest ol
l be neighboring Island ol Cm a.
Admiral Schley represented by P. A.
Mallhes, Admiral Sauip-uiu by wm.
bryce and the Victorious Admiral Dewej
by H 8. Lllbgow, aeeieied by three
I'liariuing youug lalies, were the recep
tion committee, and certaiuly did them
selves proud lu the manner In which
they entertained the gue-t.
The three gallant admirals were at
tired in the regulation uniform tf the
navy, aud riclaiuntious ot admiration
were heard on all eldon; as line young
lady expressed it, tbey baited "real iu:e. '
he bujs are considering wearing tlieir
uuirorms ou all drees ocoaelous.
The parlors were beautiluliy decorated
with the uatloual oolurs, aud porir nia ol
.be original Uewey draped with "old
lory" ,Pre lu abuudanee. The center ol
ttrtctlon was a model of the liag-h.p
Olymiila, the handiwork ot P. A. Matthew
JUd H. S Lltbgow, which brought four it,
many favorable oommetita. the "ad
mlral Incog." was very foud of ehowlug
his Uagshlp to the goests aud pointing
out the places where she wa hit during
the Manila engagement, although not In
jured. Au amusing feature of the eveulng was
the call for volumes ra (la' lies only ), to be
anowii as the "Oewey liuilea," by Ad
luiral Scblev, who were lormed iutoau
awkwurd unmd by Admiral Dewev ami
given their Urst lesson lu ths mystene
of military tactics, aud their euthusia-m
wss ho aroused that ther are anxious to
drill every night from how ou, and to
sei a word to the war department that
they will soou be ready to go to the
Kvervthing was of a military n store
last evening, aud a quartermaster's de
partment was established whereby each
vuwt wits furnished with refreshments
ny g'veu the countersign, "drink," and
npnu giving the niaiilo word. "Oewev"
1 1 Admiral Schley, a souvenir boat, rep
reaeuling a batlleahip ot our uavy, was
given to each one.
I ho committee In charge la Indebted
to the following for the rendition ot the
"pleiidld program, consisting of patriotic
music ami re. nations: .visa t orneii.
rs. Allen, Miss Kate Uruty aud Miss
All in all, tne Manila social wjs a tia-
triolie succeaa, and will long bs renieui
i ereti ny tnose wno attended.
Th Last or Th taaMM.
The Ust of the season ot the nierrv
monthly sociable given by the Albu
o,iieio,us Guard at their hall last even
ing prove.) to tie ai.n her staMal succesa.
llieir ability as entertainers has been
tibllshed for many moon, and last
night's eveut but proved Unit their title
as royal hints I uol wrongly bestowed.
nergeaut r rank strong came off vic
torious in the drill down.
Col. Borradaile aud Kirst Sergeant
Harding acted as judges of this Interest
ing couteet. At Its conclusion, dancing
was taken up, and continued until the
hour when ghoats ars nuppoMed to walk.
Mis liauthorn produced Hue dancing
music from the piano.
Amnug thiaie who enjoyed ths even
ing's diversion wers: Mr. an I Mrs. 1Mb
son, Luthy, Kent, Crui-si, Perkins, Hryan,
altou, Tingley and Sleyster; Meadamee
Kr wt, Pearce, Warden and Plerson;
Misses Mvers. Albright, Saint, Wllley,
Keut, Hawks, Kox, Kuns. Cameron, lluu
ing, Hawley. Kittle and Maud Hill, Km
ery, Menaul, Anderson aud Mary aud
'"ora Peltier; Mrnsra. Alger, Hifdlng,
I'axton, Spin, Sadler, Vann, K. Mellon
aid, Miller, Kepler, Matson, Medler, M
Klnney, Wilkerson, Kellogg, K'rost, Mn
II s, Rogers, Ibsith, Trotter, Mann, Kar
rlcksou aud Short.
The sixth annual couvocailou of the
missionary dtetrlct of New Mexico
ot ths Kpl-e pal church convened
at Socorro Thursday. The bishop
and clergy from various points were iu
After celebration of holy communion.
the convocation waa called to order and
mat i era of business were tran-acted relat
ing to the conduct of church admlulntra
tlou during the eusulng year.
At S p. m., after evensong, a powerful
convocation sermon Iroiu Acts in and 3s,
was preached by ths Itev. Wm. Seiby, of
Ths clerical delegates ars being enter
tained by the church people lu ths ho
pltsble fashion for which Socorro is
Ths work of ths convocation will (D.V )
redound to the advancement of the In
terests and welfare ot the church lu New
Yes, ws will continue ths sale of our
'if rent hose ous more week, at live pairs
for II. Be sure and get supplied as this
is iHwtlvely the lust week at this price.
I feld Bios.
Sieclal sals this week on all kinds ot
wmh gissls, housekeeping gcssls, at the
Goldeu Kuie Dry Goods company's at
In such a hurry that he hasn't
thought about the style of
of them. We have prepared
ourselves for an onslaught on
the largest and finest stcck of
cfoth'nj in all the latest styles
a. J luwcki fabrics, that we
txf ect will be made on it when
the public know the prices we
are selling at
Beginning- with the little fel
lows, we are showing a nice
i of Fashtr nable Miitls,
and Houety is Unex
Iats Strictly ON TO!
TH R. B. mm CIOTHIFR
GRANT OPERA HOOSE
. . ERMINIE. .
June 7 and 8.
'P'Lrr;;i'il'w'Jonol MKS MA UK I. HAW.
i r.i lll.AKLr.Y. Kenrrved .e l. l.l0.
Tick In now on isle at J. it. o Keilly Co .
Jas. L. Bell & Co.
SVp'e and Fancy Groceries.
"Do them UD. thn. htrrim ar. AtArm
The lady It right. Our dock of fruit Is th
finest, largest a d frorwit in Albuquerque.
As we carry everylhin? In season, u can
supply any fruit desired, not only of the best
quality but at the lowest market prices. You
wui save money ana be better talis led U
you order your fruit from us. whether tea-
table use or canni g purpose. Our great
summer specialty it our Iruit department.
At th t time ol the year fruit ought to nuke
up half ones living. It's one of the lew good
things one can't have too much ol.
Single comb Brown leshnrn etrmi from
select fowls, $1 for III. K. B. Holt,
61U Kelehsr Avenue.
For Rent Boarding house, seventeen
room, near Atlantic A Pacltlo shops; X
a month. W. C. Leouard.
Our Minneapolis creamery butter Inat
received fresh 20 cents per pound. The
Jaffa Grocery company.
Plumbing and gas titling. W hltoey Co.
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
y iCvsVvrs ts r"ionN
Read Every Line Match Our
Prices Elsewhere if You Can. .
A Fin 3 Assortment.
Kurt') ruling our way, j ti-t becailae ieoile flm-k to our
store bolieviug our Hluteiueiil't, ami all the froth ami foam
of newMi,i,.r aduo Using iuilulgeil ill now -a -daj'M
by others ciinnot nleiii the tide one iota. Good will Is
the griHM of our proilt ami everything we do Is In line with
Think what It means to write that and mean It.
There's a money waving truth iu every line. We ask vou
to rend our Mtore news.
25 Pieces of I'ottou Cliullle ,,.3'a'c per yard
," I ier .y .e(lllr IllllgllUIII
I leces .ew til igluiill
ii Pieces Kine TwiIIimI Suteen
rsl Pieces Kaiicy Hi gundy
ami Pieces fallen
Bicycle Suitings, New Shades
I in kinli Towels, heavy iiiulily, large size..
t beckisl Nillll-UNik, g.iod iimity S
( hi'i'ked NuinsiHik. line iiiiiluv J!i
-utlii Kibbon. all silk. No. 6, tc; No. 7. iic; No., 7e, No. 12, lie
W hiie l(eiNireutls al 4, t!."c, Toe, s. and lrc.
Marseille KeilspreaiN-Speclnl at l.lfi, $1.15. 1.35 and $1.(10
12 I'i.H-es luble Linen, handsome designs. Hpeclal. .one yard
Women'! Oxford Low Shoes
American Flags Free to All
A I M A T
A.. V I t A A. :.J 4.
Staple and Fancy Groceries!
J. vt rT irry
NONR TO K'JCAL.
118 Ilailrojvl Ave.,
0. RCHErHI. K8TABLI8HKD 1SSS.
Wbolrtste Dealer In
General Agents for W. J. Lcmp'g St. Louis Beer.
ELEGANT IlETAIL DEPARTMENT
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT.
Outsld Orders Promptly
I 107 & 109 Soath First Street, - . Albaqaerqn, N. M.
VISITORS STOP AT
THE GRAND CENTRAL
N. T. Arniljo Itulliling-.
A. OuntrAlly Xjiooeatssct ITotel,
WATSON & TRIMBLE. Props.
TbcBeMKu.nlppedTrl.We-klyFnur-Hors IHnge In the Southwest From
Thornton to the 'mou. Snlotiur Soring. I i lb Jemel Mountain. Leave
Albuu.ueru.ue oo lb 0 o'clock morning r relglit train lor Tuornton.
RODID TRIP TICKETS POR SUE
J?r,Tf lrrntiin Tnearlay. ThuriHj.y. and Satnnliy t a . m . ,n at
lll.nd 13 noun; lemve H in I .1 I p. m. and .rri Ipliur. at 0 u m
St.gr return, fiom Huh bu'Son Monday., VV rilnemlays anil rridav
t'artira leaving A Ibuotieru e ; n Siitnr.iay can Bicnd Mind lo tbe Jemel
mountain.. K1KS1' TKI1, WILL SI AKT aUOL'T JUNK lt! "m"
For Further Tart ic lars, W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
ALIIUUt'KKQI'R. N. M
809 Topper Ave.
Horw shoeing a Specialty. Vagon Repair
ing and all Other Kind, of Blaclunuth
Majaatte Steel Kangee.
Coal Oil Htoves.
DONAHOI llARDWAHI Co.
Carpets and curtains at eitra low
prices this week at the Big 8tore.
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
Mn and Uoys" Wear - pecla'.
Mens' rtitlhrlgirnn I'nderweur at
" firay Shirts and Uruwers. ... .'.
" Fancy Shirts aud Drawers '.
(This au exi'citioual value.)
" Hnest Rilbriuifan Khirts ami Drawers
r uiesi iiiKii t oioreii blurts and drawers
" HIiih Sii-HHOnlers at
" Seamless black sticks. . . "
Percale Shirts, collar and culTs nttacii'ed"."'
Linen Color shirts collar uml culTs utlached"'
Soft Hosoiii Percule shirts, sepitrale culls
Soft Hosoiii Madras Shirts, separate culls",""
Hoys' waists at 15c and 25c.
" Percale waists at 3.",e and Sue.
' Fuuulleroy w il,ts, white embroidery at
r-aiintleroy waists, Hue white embroidery
" Knee pants at
" Wash Suits at. .'..'." '
Windsor Ties, all silk, at .','
Hoys' shoes, all sizes fnnu 12 to B." Special 'at
Hoys' caps at 15c ami 25c each.
. . , 10 " "
...4c " "
6c per yard
and liKs " '
In tan and black Only SI .40
Alhmiaor.'ine, N. M.
ana aauaiaction tiuaranteed.
AT W. L TBIXBLE 4 CO'S STABLES,
ALBUQUERQUE SHOE STORE
110 KAILKOAD A VtNL'K,
r- i-A-Txtrusnn.. Prop.
LADIES' MEN'S AMD CH'LDREI SHOES
To the satisfaction of putrons. Repair
ing n atly performed. Work guaranteed.
NOTII'E lO CVCI.r.KH.
THR BlaM HilJlILK, FOB COMKOUT
HEALTH, DURABILITY AND STTLK. is sn.
perior to any other and costs less moo ey
Agency at the old town poetoffioe. on ths
STAIN RD PATTERIS
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
. . .2oO
. . lloi!
. . .tioo
" Finest SiH.iiders, best elastic. 'line huc'kles
" Sweaters, heavy iiiality ..'.'..'. "
" Kweuters. nil Wind ni
. . .'.2"
a Pulr, Worth $a to $3.15.
and Get One.