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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 29 1903.
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.A Couple of..
A fine light weight Oxford, hand
turn sole. If your feet trouble you
this will give them rest. 82 50
Fine Kid uppers; hand welt ex
tension soles; military heels. A
splendid walking shoe, looks well,
feels comfortable and will stand
lots of wear 92.75
FOR PICNIC PARTIES
we are particularly well prepared with
many sorts of canned and bottled
goods, easily carried and takeng up lit
tle room potted meats and poultry,
bUcouits, olves, breakfast foods, con
densed milk and relishes. Let us know
your needs and pack your baskets and
hampers for you.
F. F. TROTTEB
Successor to J. L. Bell oV Co.
".Nos. 118andl20 South Second St
0. W. STRONG'S SONS,
License , Colorado State Board
Prompt and Careful Servioe
OFFICE, CHAPEL AND PARLORS
201-211 North Second St .
MONEY TO LOAN
On diamonds, watches, etc., or any
good security; also household good!
atored with me; strictly confidential.
Highest cash price paid for household
T. A. WH1TTEN. 114 Gold avenue.
Has moved to the corner of Fourth and
Railroad avenue, where we are now
prepared to furnish home-made bread,
cakes, pies, etc., of the best quality at
reasonable prices. Olve us a trial and
Corner of Fourth street and Railroad
avenue. Phone A 15-
Lemp's Standard Beer at the North
Pole Saloon only. Chas. Kepler, pro
prietor; near postofflce.
Large assortment of FIRE WORKS
the best made at O. A. Matson &
Co.'g. Outside orders solicited.
Who said anything about fireworks?
Well, we have them; all sorts, at the
No Name store.
YOU PEOPLE WHO EAT.
Attention! If your appetlta Is on a
strike call on D. Weiller & Co., the
Gold avenue grocers. They can fix
your's up. Everything to eat, always
fresh; call and give us a trial.
Fresh Cut Flowers,
IVE8, THE FLORIST
Pineapple, chocolate and Vanilla Ice
cream and cherry sherbet. Delaney's
Bell 'phone 98.
Do you remember how proud you
felt in your childhood when you put
on a new pair of slippers, especially
when they were the kind that had
It is just the same today with your
children. They will get the same
amount of pleasure. Isn't money giv
ing so much satisfaction well Invested?
We have just received a new ship
ment of Spring Heel Slippers and Ox
fords, and prices are very reasonable,
at C. May's Popular Priced Shoe Store,
.108 West Railroad avenue.
For sale A good piano; almost
new; a "Sterling"; also some house
hold furniture. Apply at 318 West
Silver avenue. If you want a good
piano now Is your time to buy; cheap
for cash. Call any day between 10
at O. A.
FIRE WORKS! 1
Co.'s. Leave your
We have received a large assort
ment of FIRE WORKS of all kinds
and sizes for Fourth of July celebra
tions. Write or see us.
O. A. MATSON & CO.
MONEY 10 LOAN
un diamonds, waicnes or any gooa
security. Great bargains in watches
of every description.
A. H. YANOW,
105 South Second street, a few doors
south of Railroad avenue.
Ed. Grunsfeld and L. L. Gatewood
have returned from iHnver, where
they attended a brnquet given to
HqultaMe Life Assurance Society men.
Mrs. Vlrtor J. Hauer, wife of tho
collector of the Mutual Automatic
Telephone company, left this morning
to enjoy the summer with relatives and
friends in Pennsylvania.
Clay Williams, who has a contract
for sinking a well on the Santa Fe
rut-off In Abo canyon, Is In the city.
He has one"" well down 20(1 feet, but
has encountered little water.
Julius Seligman of Hernallllo, has
gone to San Francisco, Calif., to attend
the marriage of a brother, Slegfleld
Seligman. The bride to le is Miss
Meta Bloch, formerly of this city.
Herman Dlneher and Geo. P. Hill
leit yeBterday morning for Trinidad,
where Mr. Hlueher will endeavor to se
cure the contract to put In the lawn
for the Santa Fe railroad at the new
Trinidad hotel and d"ot.
Miss Mabel Fox left yesterday morn
ing for Wilkesliarre, Penn., taking
along with her her two little nephews,
Tommy and Allen I.earnard. They will
W absent until September 1, visiting
Mrs. H. H. Pursell, a sister of Miss
A rumor is In circulation that the
city, on acoiiiit of the damming oi
the water on North Fourth street, will
have several damage suits on their
hands. Certain persons, who were
damaged by the penned up water, have
already consulted attorneys.
Judge Seaman Field and A. W. Wil
son, who passed through the city a
short time ago with 1125 range cattle,
came In from the north last Saturday
night, and continued south to Demlng,
where they reside. The cattle were
placed on pasture In Nebraska.
G. P. Clark, distribution clerk at
the local Santa Fe offices, is laying off
nursing a badly injured foot. Clark
was passing through the machine
shops, when by accident, his foot was
caught In the machinery of a running
planer and bruised and considerably
mangled bofore it could lie extracted.
Rev. Fredrick V. Fisher at the Lead
Avenue Methodist Episcopal church
preached a fine sermon on "John Wes
ley, the Man" yesterday morning to a
large audience. In the afternoon there
was a mass meeting at which Rev. Mr.
Renlsonn preached on "The Gospel of
John Wesley. An old fashioned love
feast followed which was conducted by
Rev. Mr .Hodgson.
The body of Taylor Dave, the Sho
shone Indian bey who was drowned
near Moriarty yesterday a week ago.
was recovered Friday night and was
buried near that place Saturday morn
ing. The body was in such a state of
decomposition that It could not be
shipped to the old home of deceased's
at Owyhee, Nev., on the western Sho
RobUon Park was crowded last
night with city folks out to hear the
and concert, and it was line. The
program was quite elaborate and last
ed over two hours. Drum Major Mike
Digneo when coBtumed in his band
uniform, is a terror to the small boy.
Iast night & number of them clamber
ed on to the band stand, but when they
saw the drum major they tumbled
uown and out and shouted, "look for
the Irish police".
Th Hlttera la
the brut known
remedv for stomal-h
I la. llr.V.
It g trt-en before
the public fur
AO yeara it hw
ly tcated. We
utge yon to try
and Kidney Ail
ments or Mal
aria, Fever and
ague. It always
Pottsville, Pa., June 29 Former
Judge Cyrus Pershing died today at
his residence In this city. He was pre
siding Judge of the Schuylkill county
courts during the trial of members of
the notorious Molly McGulres, who
were convicted tnd many executed.
TWO DECADES OF BIG SHIPS.
on of the Great Ocean I.lnara That
Have llcan Hull! Wlthla ta
l.a.l Vrn Vnn.
A striking illustration of the rnpirii
ty with which murine architecture Iihs
ueveloj.e.l during nii-nt yearn Ik to
be IiiiiI in the cHt of the old Anchor
liner City of Koine, which wnt, built
in 1-M. ami for l:j jcai enjoyed the
"lilttieti f being the Iiii-jiVm A ! -
In n tie Menin,lii). She is he.nK n. win
how in Kniriaiiil to an i.I,miiu ...it to
be broken into junk, m, llie Wash
ington Mar. It is wn'ti oiiiienliy that
olii recalls the Citj of Home 'as a
holder of records of nn, Kim!, al
though when she was in li'ir pi ,!,, h,r
Dame wa lamiliar In the people on
In. Ill sides ol the ocean. Win n e was
di-piaccu Iron, t,,, r,ink j ()jnt lf
ie h the l.ucaiiin :;nd I he ( n iiipn nia.
in IMG. there was much inuiicling ami
inntn .r liici ions that then- csm-U
would for a long time hold the head
'f the lists, lint once the era of Id;,
vessels opened it produced a inpid sm"
ceskion f ur(f(.tt hips," and during
the pnt Ave -years there has been nurh
an impetus in the steamship building
line, especially in (iermany, that the
announcement of another monster ex
cites comparatively little attention.
Just at present the Oceanic and the
(eltie are the laTgest vessels in iv
lee. and alone-side of them fh
of Koine would seem a p.vgtny,
MARY LEITER'S ELEPHANTS.
Foraaar Chicago Hrl Owna Mora of
tha Big Aalmala Than Aar
Lady Curzon, too, hat one diMinc-
fi.in that i.
- ii"iur. one i i ne pn?: or
of more elephants than any other Anglo-Saxon
or Kuropean in'the world,
for more than one of her dusky ad
mirers has sent her ladjshjp un ee.
pliant, fonielime two, 'ays London
Household Words. One of' these is an
immense creature, with the kind of
wonderful agaeity .about w hich we all
rend in school readers in the day of
our youth. Its unwieldy form, 'with
I.Rdy Curzon in a white and gidd how
dah on ilk back, is often to lie seen in
the native haaara. and when the beast
sees anything- for which it has a fancy
that article is promptly handed up to
its mistresa. One day last jear he
made a very queer present." nothing
less than a small brown lutby two or
three years old. It was the son of the
great beast's keeper, anil no sooner
did the elephant see it trotting along
with its mother than he seized it gen
tly and lifted it into the air. The next
moment I.ady Curzon was gazing in as
tonishment upon a small brown hahv
clothed in a string of beads. Needless
to say, It descended a richer and hap
NOW FOR THE WHOLE OF THIS WEEK HERE IS AN UNPARALLED
FOURTH OF JULY OPPORTUNITY
A decidedly remarkable opportunity, for it makes things lively for us during the weekand
lively for you on the Great Day. Beginning Monday, June 29, until Saturday, July 4th
We Will Give Absolutely Free
Pft worth of Fireworks with A I rt f
111 Pi Q every Boys' Suit pur- V I 1 1 1 1
UU 010 chased from us or ) lUU
worth of Fireworks with
every sale amounting to
$10.00 or over
No two ways about it you buy any Boys' Suits, or any goods to the amount of
$10.00, and we give you, respectively, 50c or $1 worth of any kind of Fireworks
Further Inducements for Independence Week are the
In the Men's Suit Section
Early this season we advertised the largest and most complete line of Popular-I'iiced
Men's Suits ever brought to the Southwest. Well! Up-to-Date Clothing"and Bio
Vai.UKs did the business. We have had the most successful Spring Season in our
history sold more suits than we ever did before. But there are lots of suits still
unsold the plums are not AM. picked. And so to make things lively we are pre
pared for the week of the Glorious Fourth with extra big suits values that shoot
out Dollar-Saving sparks worth catching.
Here's the Way the Sparks Fly:
Suit that mold up to &tB Independence Week 91S.OO
Suits that told up to SIS Independence Week SI 2. SO
Suit that sold up to SI 2 .Independence Week SIO.OO
Outing Suits that sold up to SIO Independence Week s 8. SO
Outing Suits that sold up to SB Independence Week s 6. SO
Outing Suits that sold up to SS.SO Independence Week s S.SO
smug en Ffy
The Railroad Avenue Clothier
Attention. Why not go to D. Weil
ler & Co. for your nlcknacks when get
ting ready for an outing? Everything
fresh. The Gold Avenue Grocers.
The Whltson Music company haa
one price on their pianos, will not ask
you more than value of piano. When
a salesman asks you $400 for a piano
then takes $300 he confesses a willing
ness to get $100 too much, provided
he customer is not informed.
I ..".. ""' ' '
you uunt to know vhat ttylinh turn will wear tin Seiwon, auk to 1 !
Stein llloch nobby cloths." I
Shirt Waists forlUlen 1
We have a complete
assortment in colors and
white worth $1.50 and
$2.50 which we are now
closing out this A 4 (IF
week at only... tbj) I iu ll
ZT. L. WASHBURN
Loomia. In Charge.
Washington, June 29. Secretary
Kay has gone to Newport on a two
weeks' visit to bis daughter ifirs. Whit
ney. Mrs. Hay is about to go to New
rk to visit her daughter, Mrs. Wad
sworth. Assistant Secretary Loom i a
Is temporarily Gecretary of state.
E. J. POST & CO.
Manufactured from pure distilled
water. Patronize the old reliable. The
Crystal Ice company. Both 'phones.
C. A. HAWKS,
Free Fire Works.
ItcKlnnliiK Monday, the 2Utb, till July
4th we will give absolutely FHEB of
charge with every boys' suit sold uo
cents worth of Ore works, and with
ev-ry sale amounting to $10 or more
$1 worth of fireworks. Simon Stern,
the Railroad avenue clothier.
The Fourth of July la to be celebrat
ed In great style, but you cannot enjoy
it unlega your feet are comfortable,
We have a large assortment of low
and high shoes built for hot weather
and prices are very reasonable, at C.
May's popular priced shoe store, 208
West Railroad avenue.
h s-f .-irri"
Cotton add Rubber
COHPLETE LINE OF
Simon stern, tne K&llroad avenue
clothier, offers big values In men's
suits during Independence week, also
gives away $1 worth of fireworks with
every sale amounting to $10 or over.
Frozen punch banana, vanilla and
nut creams. Delaney's, Dell 'phone 98.
Bottled at Brewery.
FERD H E I (VI
This celebrated beer Is brewed from
the choicest barley and hops, thor
oughly aged and Is the heighth of per.
fection In the brewers' art. Drink
Helm's and you will be drinking ths
Fred Whittemore & Co., Agents,
Albuquerque, N. M.
THE SHUR ON
BUT NEARLY SO
THESE ARE FITTED BY"
Sm Tm 1AsilM, Doctor Of Optics
JEWELERS and DRUGGISTS
NEAR POST Or r ICE - - ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Money Loaned On Diamonds
The safest place to leave your Diamonds, Watches
and all kinds of fine Jewelry is with Rosenfield's.
We have the most modem Hurglar-prool safe in
New Mexico. Business Strict!) Confidential.
Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing
107 S. SECOND STREET
f if r STARItETT&a J)
r - 3 A Lll
Have You Seen Thai Case of
Fine Mechanical Tools
in Our Window
We Also Carry a Larg Slock oil
Albuquerque Hardware Company
120 WkT OOLD AVENUE. ,