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THE DA.LY CITIZEN
Where to Get
unn r to 5.00!
A. J. MALOY,
ALBrQCKBtjl K, NOV. 8fl. lv
liy in:-lrnctrt from Chase A
Sanbu-n wf are amhurieet! to ae.ll
Iava and Mocha CoCee at the
4S-cen coffee at. , .40 cenla.
40-cent toffee at. . .35 cents.
35-cent coffee at, , .30 ceuti.
30-cm'. cff. e it, , .45 cents.
5-cclI coffee nt. . .30 cents.
111 I. B&ilroa iTnllbaqosrqQS,!. I.
The Best Fillip! Hie Eesl Wearing I
Ilis Most Bs utifu) Appearing!
FOR THE LEAST MONEY? is a
CJinstion Every Lady Tries to Solve.
H TO LOAN
On piano. flrtrt-elaM fnrnltur, etA,
without removaL Aim on diamond,
watobe. Jewelry, lift insurance poli
cies. Trout deed or auy rood secur
It. Ttnns Terr Bioderats.
09 Snath Second street, Albnquer-
qna, new ex 100, next ooor 10 w ast
ern Union Telegraph office.
B. A. SLEYSTEtt,
Automatic Telephone No. 174.
BOOKS It 14 CBOMWKLL BLOCK
nr 10 eanta a dims.
tiare roar ehlrl Uaadrtod
oa bum oa Uaie.
At Us Altaqser. Ittaai Laiadry,
JAT A. HUBBS, k CO.
Headquarters for Fresh Fruit
and Vegetables in season , , ,
Fresh Fish and Dressed Poultry.
206 and 208 South Second Street
CALL AT THE
Low Prlca and Courteous TruiaatnU
W. C. liUTMAN.
FCEMSHKD BuOMS FOB SENT,
Money to Loan on Ral K. at Security.
OOlc with Matu.l Automatic Tal.phoa Co.,
L. H. SHOEMAKER.
205 Vt Gold Avcnu out toFlnt
lei ml Second Hani Furniture,
STOTIS AID 10DSXI0LD COOPS.
Furnltnr stored and packed for ship
ment Highest price paid lor secoud
baud household good.
STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES
S14 8. Baeond St
Bast od Earth.
1 hava gut uia baai S aaat alaar la to
take .u, HawUjt aa lha Coraar."
Call aa BAM HIM lor raal aatata or In
to Baosad at. aaar atallroad a..
Crockery snd g laaeware. Whitney Co.
Best ranges on lbs market. Whitney
New goods nearly every day at Mrs.
Just received a ear load ( Lemp'a beer
at Bacbeehl A ulonii'a.
Hlghaet prices paid for gents' clothing
at Uart'a. Ill bold avenue.
Tb oyster parlor at the Midland are
open uulll 10 o'olock every evening.
Mr. Albright ha engaged mere help
In the gallery to meet the holiday roan.
"Richsuiu" Can MD fioous-Fit for
king ouly at Becker' Caen Grocery.
Bee the new novelties In holiday good
at Mrs. W llaon's, 318 oolb Becund street.
Ws bava turkeys to sell. J. K. Mat
thew, lialrymau. Colorado phone Hi;
Art demtn, sllkollue, brocatelte and
tapeetrle In audlea variety at May &
"Kichelikd" Canned Gooue They
are "aungfxelgeud" ouly at Becker's
Tb usual Saturday night lunch will
b served at the Zelger Cal this evening
ttM of chargs.
There Is a beet in everything. Cer
rlllo lump coal 1 the beet. Clue trial
eonvlnoea. liahn & Co.
New stock kid gloves, noveltte tn
neckwear and hosiery Just received at
Golden Bole Dry Uoodj Co.
Ladle tailor mad suits, mads np in
tb latent style, ouly (7.b0; actually
worth 16. B. llfeld A Co.
Lace curtains and portiere left from
the slock of UfHld Bros., aold at cut Ore
aale price at May X Kaber's.
By buying Cerrllioa coal von are not
paying ttuinnbody elne's bad debt. We
sell lor Caen ouly. llaun X to.
The New Mexico Collection asenrv. of
See over Fox's jewelry store, charge
notmug uuiens tne atOiunt 1 collected
A. Hunan shoe at $5 a pair I the beet
a well a the chnapeet elioe leather on
earth, btoion Blern, the Bailroad aveuue
W e guarantee the "Richelieu" canned
good to b the equal of any goods parked
try them ouly at Becker's Cash
Reduction In the price aud fin work
t causing the "Albright Art Parlors" to
torn out more photograph than ever
before for the holiday trade.
Mr. Mehau, the dreseuiaker, ha re
turned to the city and can be found after
Nov. 7 at room 10 of lh new Hoottle
building, south First street.
Mr. Blakley Inform Thi Citizen
that lu accordance with special arrange
menu, tb student of tb university aud
U othsr schools can stteud tb Btehaoy
Let in show yon our Glove. Lot tn
fident ttiat yen will agree with ns, when
honest, eWrllng value Into our Glove a It
Too ulll think o when yon hare seen thse glove.
You will positively Know 80 When You Have Worn Them.
W hvae thee glove In hnsk and clp,
white, staple and novelty shads, al-o driving gauntlets.
They range In pries from 75c. to fl "3
Tbs mnch meaning comWnation of
It an easy tank to sell theui.
SPEQAL UNTIL SATURDAY, NOV. 19, INCLUSIVEi
Our 75c. Gauntlet
Our $1.00 Gauntlets
Our $1.00 Kid Gloves.
Our $1.25 Kid Gloves (your money
Our $1.25 8-button Swede Gloves
Our $1.75 Kid Gloves
Ballad and Opera company's concert, at
Orchestrion hall, on December , for 60
cent, which will entitle the bolder of
such ticket also to reeerved eat. For
particulars, call on or address Mr. Blak
ley. Mrs. Albright, proprietor of the Art
Parlor. I making a reduction II me
price of all work until aft t'i holiday,
ctee ber new style In phm 1 -.- (is before
ordering. 113 north lhirn l J
When you feel cold onth"'M Cry
nlghla It will pay jou to go to ' er'i
l ate and take w njritiiiig warm, li uiuy
nav you a big doctor' bill.
If yon get hungry while down town
this evening dn. p Into the Z-'lger t'nfe
and eallnfy your hunger wuti the unc
luuch that will be ou lap thrre.
Where did you gt tlioee cut little
hnby ptctureeV t 116 Gold aveuue.
lliey mak suteeu, four dlflcreul puel
lloun, for 60 oeut.
Photograph equitl In finish to New
fork City work. t only ii tr n t-n, at
.1 -Albright Art P.rioi," lUuortb
Fran Strong bitched hi handwme
ceam of blacks to a ou.ter this alleiuoon
tnd look bl motber out fur a sleigh
Pleas engage your time for elttlngs
tnd avoid waiting at the "Albright Art
Parlor," 113 nortu Third street.
Highest eaxh price paid for furniture
tnd household goods. Automatic phone
litf. 1. A. WUITTEN
Remember the auction al of house
hold furniture tomorrow morning on
west Hall road avenue
Where are you going? Why, I am go
ing to the only luuch In the city, at the
A new supply of yarn and wool sole
for slipper at Mrs. Wilson's, 21 south
W. J. Twbt and daughter, who were on
a visit to Nebraska, returned to the city
Yon do not need a sheet of sine nnder
your rang when you buy from us. W bit
Hot lamale and enchilada In Para
lie Alley, A. Caetello, with liactieclil &
Merchant' lunch every morning at the
W bit Klephant
See the new silk skirts and petticoat
at the Pboenlx.
A new and big stock of lamp. Whit
For trunks and valises, 15 outh First
Low priced steel ranges. Whitney Co.
ir von want raal aatata or Ui.aranra, rail
klkklS, 100 aauond
Another big hot lunch at Mclini
& Eakin's Saturday night
W. HESSELOEN, President.
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Hardware, Stoves, Furniture, Carpets, Crockery and Lamps.
MAIL ORDERS HAVE PROMPT ATTENTION.
OFFICE AND SALF.SROOMS, 317-319 South Second Street.
WORKSHOPS and HEAVY HARDWARE, 115-117 South Hrt Street
quote you our prices, and we feel con
we hut, that we have crowded a niui'h
Is pu i"lbl ti do.
la dred and nndreseed kid, In Murk,
a pitlr. All we ak Is to let us ebow
hlh quality, with low price will make
back if they burst) $1.00
Jack Fletcher, a particular friend of
Koh. Hear, lias arrived from Wisconsin
aud expects to spend the winter ber.
Dr. Kdwln Bwlsher, the medical exam
iner of the Germanla Life Insurance
compnny, ha returned from a trip to
II. D. Backer, proprietor of th Cash
iTi(Cf ry ht ire, who was on th sick list
for several days, was up and around his
store yesterday afternoon.
Vincent M. Baca has signed a snclal
(WHit for the German Lite Insurance
company and eip-ci to mske a tour
tlm ng'i the terillory next am k.
Time. B. Miles aud wife, hailing from
CliampHign, 111., hsve a comfortalde
rooiu at Hie tirand ( entral. I buy will
P idiHbly remalu In the city for a short
K. P. Brown, the southwestern agent
f'r tli t iiloia lo Coal A Fuel eoinptuy,
witb hemlquitrter at Kl Paso, Is lu tile
city, lie will go up to tha Madrid coal
ml lie) this evening.
Ticket for 'Fiunegan's Ball" were
lilai'ed on sale at klatsou's atattouery
tore, IWllroed avenue, this morning.
This r itipsny will app. ar at the Orctiea
trl n hall oa Thursday, December 1.
Kdward llaunan, of Chapman, Kansas,
and Vary Casey, of Durango, Colo, were
married by Father Mandalarl on Thanks
giving day. The newly married couple
expect to make their future home lu
The records of th probate clerk' office
ehow that J. W. McDonald, the poetoit re
rlerk, was married to Lucy Bates by Rev.
J. W . Roblusou, on November 17, a few
day prior to hi departure for Loe
ti'gelee, to which place bs was trans
The first mow of th season fell In
Albuquerque today and the ground I
now covered with a white m ntel of
snow. Hheep men are ail rejoicing a
thev believe that a heavy fail of snow
will make New Mexico' plain better for
8t. George Creaghe, wife and ann, R. F.
Creaghe, ara at blurge' Kuropean f mm
Lunar, Colo., arriving Isst night from
the unrth. The son will b placed In the
(Joe military Institute, while Mr. and
Mrs. Creaghe will continue weet to their
Hprlngervllr, Ailtoua, horn to morrow
Mrs. Inahella Alden. of Hlllsboro, III.,
has arrived at Han Marclal to sojourn
with her sinter, Mrs. hen W ilton, dur n?
Hie winter. Mrs. Alden, who is ami IT. r -with
a pulmonary trouble, feel muoi
encouraged at th promise held out 1 1
her for a return to health by an extei.de I
A few day ago The Citiken an
nounced that souis handy thief bul
stiden W. 11. Ilnhn' bicycle from In
front of hi residence, corner of M tr
quette aveuus aud Fifth street. The
W.R. WHITNEY, Vlce-Prcaldant.
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bicycle was returned laet night. IHriu
lft In the snrne p'a e from which It -tnken,
and Mr. Il'.lin. feeling happy over
the action of t-e ecconmnMlatlng Ihlef
('lepiiont'd to The Citi.kn tills morning
i hat It Is another evidence that sdvertln
ing In "the great religious and fiuulh
psper" accomplishes wonders.
There will be a meeting of the I 'cm
inerclal club this evening, when S"IH'
si-tlnii will p'obebly be taken on Frank
Mrl 'lure's propust ion to erect anop. r.'
l.oue In tin city. Mr McClure's plnn
l av already been noule known throng i
the column of 'Ih ITIKN, and h
Hgreo to put up a lio.Uoi) t pera hnnei
providing the cl'li-iis of Albuquerque
will purchase fViMl worth of tickets foi
he opening performance.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Co operative B'llldli g and l.oiin axsoclit'
lion will be held at the secretary's olliw
on the last Tne-dny of this, November 2t,
18119, at 8 o'clock p. m.
IGSADK AND 1 IIDKOl (,1IHKKI)
On hand and for sale by
l METCALF & STRAUSS,
J. C. FLOURNOY, S. & Tre.
The LARGEST and MOST VARIED
STOCK OF STEEL RANGES
in the SOUTHWEST,
16 Different Styles and Sizes.
Every Range guaranteed to be tli : b st
of its class.
Onr Rang s talk for th' ms-K-s and all
we ai'k is an i-pection of our immense !iiu
PRICES RANGE FROM
$27.50 to $150.00
We sell more 8 eel Ranges than all of
our competitor combined.
115 GolJ Avenue.
On December 1st we will moe into our nw store
in the Grant Building and in order to save expenses
and start with an entirely new stock, we will elose
out everything left of the goods purchased of llfeld
Bros., consisting of
Laco Curtains, Portieres, Drapery Goods,
Fringes, Table Covers, Tapestry,
Moquetto and Brussels Carpets, Etc.,
AT GREATLY REDUCED
Fire Sale Prices !
Our new Stock of Carpets, Matting, Linoleum, Blankets, Comforters, Sheet,
Sheeting, Pillows, Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, etc., Is th most
complete in the Territory aud we will make our prices a
1 was is sousisteiit with good quality In order t
get your trade.
THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS!
TABLE LINEN, NAPKINS, TOWELS, REMNANTS
OF CARFETS, LACE CURTAINS, BLANKETS,
COMFORTERS, TORTIERES and TABLE COVERS.
Follow the elite of the city to the
nicest resort in town, and spend the
evening Saturday with Mclini &
The Infant eon of J. W Glover, a
bollermaker at tne railroad shops, died
this morning from heart disease. The
iiineral will lake place from the resi
dence, ail lliinliig avenue, at 2 o'clock
to-morrow afti rnooii aud will be under
the direction of 1'nderlakef aiontfort.
Mr. and Mrs. 0 lover have tha sympathy
of the public lu their bereavement.
A barn lu the rear of Mr. Taeher'
house on south Third street was discov
ered to be on fire at 11:31) o'clock this
'iiorulng and a lire alarm was turned In
I he Hre companies promptly turned out
unit had the lire under control before it
1 ad made any cousiilersb headway, it
Is generally believed that the lire waa of
Almost a dor,'n men, charged with be
ing hoNw, were brought Into Justice
i'rawford's august presence lu the police
"ourt this morning. W llh one exception
they could all prove their title clear to
being laborers at out with fortune, so
hey were discharged. The one excep
tion to the rule was given five days on
the stree gang.
Frank Johnson, a well known car
pn'er. who h s bt 1 resiling tn Colo
rado Springs, Coin., f.r several years
tiat, has relurmd to the city, aud will
protiiihlv remain here In the future. He
Is a brother of II. D Johnson, the archi
tect. The '.Mjt't Cafe furn'shes Its patrons
with the best liquors aud cigars and
iervce the llnest free lunch In the soiilh
west. Hstnple the lunch provided lb-re
H K. Kox and wife, who enjoved
niHiitMplving w th their daughter, Mrs.
B. Mt'Ouff"? and family, at lloibrook,
hsve retiirried lo the city.
From now on tbs White Klephant Is
truing to N4t ih ll"iHt lunch that cau be
found iu the city.
(lo to tlu While Klepliu'it tn-hUlit and
be convinced thut It Is the only lunch In
Mlrts Kiuina tinning and Miss Kth'l
Carscalleij cuius up from Los Lunas yes
terday. Try the hot free lunch tlmt will be
s rved at the Vg'T Cafe this evening.
j Another big hot lunch at Mtlini
l& Eakin't Saturday night.
Next to Citizen Office;
Always Goods People
Want; Prices People
Like and Unmatched
Values. Mail orders
Filled Same Day Re
jiiNt bow many of our buying public read our advertisements. Perhaps we appreciate your liberal patronage and take
this method of showing our appreciation. Whatever the reason, the fact is here, each promise printed will be promptly
fulfilled. Reasonable quantities in each lot, but when the lot are gone no more at these prices.
Here Are the Lots.
LOT 1. Asorul lot of Waist. Skirt and Trimming
Silks, the width Is 20 inehea. The colors are plain
a d changeable. They ctmie In figures or stripes. The
actual holiest value is 75o. The price for this occasion is 65c
LOT 2. Twenty odd styles of fancy figured Dress
Stuff, all good. The widths are gtl and 3h Inches.
I he regular retail price is Xc to 60c 'JJc.
LOT 3. A bnnch of styll-di Jackets, two kinds, per
fectly tailored, proper In cut, proper colors. The proper
price is Sl.CO. The price duriug thissale Is .fi.'o
LOT 4. Just 22 pairs of part Wool Blankets, big
bliiuketH, noQ-Mhriukahle blankets, blankets tint will
give warmth an I wear, Cost you at aiy other time
ti . 10 cost you now $1.20
LOT B. A lot of fine crochet Bedspreads, hemmed,
ready for use. extra large double bed size, regula'ly
retailed at I.15, fur this time 115c.
LOT . AImuiI 38 hundred yards of havv soft
napped Outing Klunnel, newest styles, freshet color
ings used for warm nliiht shirts, day shirts used for
kills u d a doz-ii other uses not mentioned; staple
standard, ull theyeur round price 10a; this lot this time 7 '4c.
CLUB HOUSE CANNED GOODS,
None to Equal,
BELL'S SPRINGS CREAMERY BUTTER
118 Railroad Ave.
E. J. POST & CO.,
STOVES ! STOVES ! STOVES !
INO. VAN STEEL RANGES. I. X. L. STEEL RANGES.
AMERICAN JEWEL BASE BURNERS.
WONDER WOOD HEATERS, the only genuine, all
others imitations. A full line of
Coal and Wood Cook Stoves
the Finest assortment of Heating Stoves cer displayed
in the Southwest.
Repairs promptly furnished for all mikes of Stoves.
Copper, Tin and Sheet Iron work a specialty.
Mail orders solicited.
221 West Railroad Avenue.
T a 9
Bar Room Flstaraa.
The fixture orlslnallv eost over a.Vin
They are In good condition, and can be
bought at a very low figure. Just the
thing to fit np a nice little saloon with.
There la one eighteen-foot, walnut top
front bar, eighteen-foot back bar, large
mirror, foot rail, and a large six door Ice
box. Inquire of or write to H.8. Knight,
or Schneider & Lis, Albuquerque, N. M.
OH BESS), CHBBkB, CHKKNB.
N.Y. Fill Cream, lb 17'
Limbnrg, lb 15
Part Cream, lb lift
Mleoster, lb 20
German Hand, 2 for I
Tbierlnger Hand, 8 for Ill
Farmer Hand, each 6
No one can eomnet with na on cheese
In prloe, quillty or variety.
Ban Josk Market
Tfellowstone whiskey," bottled
in bond, the purest whiskey made
for medicinal purposes, at the Yel
lowstone depot, Ml south First
street Mclini & Eakio, sole
We call special attention to our big
ad. on the last page of this paper, and
would aay that we guarantee every pair
of lianan shoe sold by ns or your
money back. Simon Btern, the Railroad
DRY GOODS COMPANY.
There are Bargains here at all times, but uot such bargains as these. To
tell you why we have taken this round dozen lots of clean, reliable, season
able merchandise and mule a sacrificial offering of them would take time and
space. The why dots not Interest you; the fact tlmt we have so dons does In
Ferhups we think It Is cheap adverting. Perhaps we want to find out
at Removal Sale
Albuquerque, N. M.
Look Ahead !
When It proves of valua Is called "for
slght." It will prove valuable to you to
Improve the opportunity of our special
A cordial Invitation Is given to examine
our gcHsls and prices.
T. Y. MAYNARD, jeweleb
Tatch Iospector, A, T. Ac S. F. R. R
JAS. L. BELL it CO.
Dealers in Family and Fancy
Good Coffee, like ours. Is so necessary,
that a break fa I without it Is only half a
meal. There's so much In a really fine
cup of coffee that it make half a meal
of Itnelf. We make a point of carrying
the lljieMt Mim'Iih, Java and Brazilian
Coffee in our stock. The dignity of our
breakfast table inii'-t be maintained.
W hiitever ln'comee of the gold or silver
Mtanditril, the purity and supremacy nt
the coif e standard iiiiint be preserved.
For ourselves, we are "for coffee, and
our prime A-l coffee are for the public
KA M KIN ha. aaTaral of lha baai rauohaa
Id tha territory anl a nainbar ef elagaat
raaltlauoaa la tha city (or aala.
Ladle' Goodyear welt fin shoe at
1.60 at the Oreen Front. W m. Chap
The Most Reliable of
All Patterns Made.
Sure to Please.
LOT 7. Cane of ard wide bleached cotton, soft,
clean round thread, sold In the store regularly at Cr.
For this once 4e.
LOT X. Twenty-3ve dozen woman's Fleeced lined
Jersey Bibbed Vests, full shupd, full sizes, proper
winter weight. Yesterday' price 3."c. Till these are
gone, 2 colors 25c.
1.01' U. A case of Mali's Heavy (irav Shirt and
Drawers, warm comfortable garmeats. "Honest as tha
duv is long " Sold honestly at 000. each. Two suits
to a cuntoiusr, limit 45c.
LOT HI. Woman's Fast B'ack Hose, (1 hundred
pairs. No seams, double heels, double tiss, close gauge,
one of the best wearing HtnrkliiK-i iu our 1'ock, 15c. aud
worth it. Special for thii ev.'iit 10c.
LOT II Agoullylotof Woman's Hem Stitched,
all linen Whits Handkerchiefs, at f,jr prollt they
would cwt you 15c. Buy tli"iu now and they will cuet
for three just... 2xe.
I.oT 12. Beveial bundrel buxesof tiixsl Toilet Soap
big cukes. m kirn them. We sell them the year
around nt I Oe. lux I mil these are gone they'll cost
you four boxes for .... 25o