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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THUR8DAY, JULY 20, 1905.
Make you feel comfortable and you
will enjoy the hot weather. Our Low
Shoet will do It
They are cool, and give rest at
every point, let the breezes about your
ankles and give pleasure.
The prices we quote speak for them
selves: Women's Oxfords $1.50 to $3.50
Women's Dress Slippers $2.00 to $3.00
Women's House Slippers $1.10 to $1.75
Men's Oxfords $1.75 to $3.50
Men's House Slippers $1.25 to $2.50
Are those that have stood the test
of practical experience. In this res
pect the groceries we sell are above
even the breath of suspicion. No
brand that Is at all questionable In
quality can find a place In our store.
Patrons favoring us with their orders
can depend on lis absolutely for furn
lnshlng the best In quality, the
best In flavor and the best In nutrition.
F. F. TROTTER
I Not. 118 and 120 South Second St
HAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
J:y, like the Father of His Country.
Us a reputation second to none, and
you know, If you've tried it, that It's'
the best ever burned. Its freedom
from Impurities, Its free-burning qual
ities and our fairness as to weight and
delivery, entitle us to your patronage.
Remember we guarantee 2,000 pounds
absolutely In every ton leaving our
yard. We also handle all kind of
mill wood, mountain wood and kind
lb John S. Beayen
ml M 1
The Delights of a
When yon go to a summer re
sort, one of the chief delights are
the wide, cool, cozy verandas where
you can sit in the shade and enjoy
a cool, delightful breeze.
You can make ynur own porch ai coxy
and comlortahlr, by shutting out the sun
with Vudor Shade. They let in the breetc
and keep out the heat. They practically
add another room to your house th
pleasant est room of all duripr the heated
tea son. You cm altvb luncheon or Ua
on a porch lilted with
with nerfert privacy. wbHeripwrne thejwM-ern-by.
You can alto have Vudor W indow
Shades adiuaied to your windowa, where
they will let in the cool breete and keep
out the heat of the aummer tun. " hey
are especially commended tor Dimcrie
and living rooms.
Vudor Porrh Shades cost from ft 56 np.
They are made in different color to har
monise with the woodwork of your borne.
You are especially requested to
view the Vudor Exhibit In our
0. W. STRONG'S SONS
UGS, FURNITURE, LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Ave.
Fair in western portion; local thun
der showers in east portion tonight
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the east, 7:30 p. m.
No. 7, fiom the east, 10:30 p. m.
No. 8, from the went, 6:45 p. m.
No. 2, from the west, 7:65 a. m.
Miss Helen Gibson has gone to the
Grand Canyon for a short visit.
James D. Lucas, the mine expert
of Cerrilloa, was In the city today.
Mrs. A. P. Hill of this city, la on a
visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.
Lucero, at Santa Fe.
Postoffice Inspector A. P. Sniltb
ers went to El Paso las,. night to look
after official business.
Miss E. Peach, of Belen, was the
guest of Albuquerque friends today.
F. C. Jolce of Socorro, was an Albu
querque visitor today.
Mrs. A. V. Skinner, accompanied by
her children, left this morning for
CreeUe, Colo., where she was called
by the serious Illness of her father.
Registrar F. E. Lester, of the Col
lege of Agriculture and Mechanic
Arts, at Mesllla Park, arrived In Al
buquerque from the south this morn
ing and will spend seveial days here
on business connected with the
Last night In Odd Fellows' hall, Ex
celsior lodge, Degree of Honor, gave a
very enjoyable dance. Music was fur
nished by an oichestra and a large
nunilxT of members and their friends
Ira B. Bennett, formerly manager
of the American Lumber company in
tnis city, but who Is now engaged In
the wholesale lumber business In San
Francisco, Cal.. passed through the
city last night en route to Chicago.
J. A. Weinman, proprietor and man
ager of the Golden Rule dry goods
store, leaves tomorrow night for New
York and other eastern centra, to
purchase the fall stock for Ills big es
tablishment in this city.
J. A. Beal, of the reportorlal staff
of the Evening Citizen, who lias been
spending a few weeks at the various
California coast resorts, has gone to
Portland, Ore., where he will spend
a couple of weeks taking In the sights
at the exposition,
Charles Blngeman, who Is In the
stationery business at Needles, came
In from the west last night, and called
at this office this morning. He Is
pretty badly wrecked from the rheu-t
matism, and will probably leave to-!
morrow morning for the Jemez and
Sulphur hot springs.
Hon. Neill B. Field, the well known
attoiney, who returned last night
from his summer camp on the upper
Rio Pecos, says Ashing Is good, and
reports Mrs. Field and her party
hugely enjoying their outing. Mr.
Field will remain here a few days at
tending to some legal matters, after
which he will return to the Pecos
U, S. 8. Hough, proprietor of the
Southwestern Emp oyment agency, re
ceived a telegram this morning from
his brother, J. C. Hough, at French
town, N. J. stating that their mother
was dangerously 111. The lady is about
79 years old.
John Sob s, sued 40 years, a health
seeker, who came here six weeks ago
from Omaha. Neb., died at his apait
ments In the Highlands early this
morning.' The funeral will be 'neld
from the Fuehr undertaking parlors
tomorrow morning and burial will be
in Falrvlew cemetery.
The family of J. E. Haines, who'
have been enjoying an outing In the
upper Pecos country, returned to the
city last nlht. Mr. Haines Is expect
ed to reach homo this evening.
Taainmastt r F. H. Smith, of the Rio
Grande division, was in the city from I
San Marcial today, attending to busi
ness connected with his department.)
J. H. Holman, an engineer on the
Bisbee line of the Phelps-Dodge sys
tem, Is In the city to enjoy a few
weeks with his family. "Mose" Hol
man, as be is more famlliaily known
In these parts, was for many years an
engineer on the Santa Fe Pacific. He
says Bisbee and other mining towns,
In which the Phelps-Dodge syndicate
Is Interested, are growing rapidly, and
everybody seems to be making plenty
AT TERRITORIAL FAIR
What better proof of itr
being a good thing? Bo sura
you get the genuine.
25 Ounces for 25 cents
8AVH TUB COUPONS
Go to the Casino tonlgfit If you
want to see the new picture machine
work. Beautiful, Illustrated songs be
tween acts, will be a feature of the
Citizen ads bring results.
Don't try to get along for the rest
of the summer without that pair of
low shoes you had decided to pur
chase. You will lose more in comfort
and satisfaction than the equivalent
of the small amount of money it
takes to buy them at C. May's shoe
stove, 314 Wfest Railroad avenue.
La't night, owing to absent mem
bers and others who had forgotten to
attend, the meeting of the executive
committee of the territorial fair failed
of purpose, there being no quorum.
Two members of the committee, how
ever, were present, and they talked
over the question of a base ball tour
nament: at the fair. It was suggested
that a purse of $1,750 be given for
the tournament, to be divided Into four
monies namely: First prize, $800; sec
ond, $500; third, $300, and fourth $150.
No entry fee to be charged, and limit
ed to New Mexico, Arizona, El Paso
and Trinidad, with only one team from
a town. All players must have resid
ed in New Mexico, Arizona, El Paso
and Trinidad on and after August 15.
No entries will be accepted after Sep
tember 1. No action was taken on
these suggestions, the two members
present concluding to submit the full
proposition to another called meeting
of the executive committee, or to
await the return to the city of Presi
dent Oreer and Secretary Sellers. The
latter is expected to reach the city
SANTA FE OFFICIALS WILL
ARRIVE FROM EAST TONIGHT
General Superintendent R. J. Parker
of La Junta, accompanied by other
high officials of the Santa Fe, will ar
rive in the city at 6 o'clock this even
ing from the east. They are on an of
ficial inspection trip of the Rio Grande
division and will leave on No. 27 for
San Marcial, where tomorrow morning
they will make a trip to Silver City.
Trainmaster F. H. Smith, of San Mar
cial, will meet the party here and
accompany them to San Marcial.
Tonlcht at the Casino, beautiful il
lustrated tongs will be sung by the
Wade Opera company between acts
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
KILLED HIMSELF ON
ACCOUNT OF ILL HEALTH
Robert Alexander, for many years
one of the most Dromlnent men In
western Missouri, where he had!
served as a deputy United States'
marshal and as a member of the Kan-1
sas City police force, committed sui
cide at Las Vegas yesterday, because
of ill health.
Alexander came to New Mexico sev
eral months ago, suffering with con
sumption In its advanced stages.
After brooding over his condition for
several days, he determined to kill
himself, rather than die a Blow death.
After closing up his earthly affairs,
he plunged headfirst into a cooling
tank at the Las Vegas hot springs.
where bis lifeless body was found a
few hours later.
STEAM CLEANING - DYE WORKS
The Albuquerque Steam Dye Works,
Just started at No. ZuB west saver
avenue, across from the poatofflce, Is
now ready for business. Dyeing of all
kinds of gentlemen and ladles' apparel
anil work ffiia.ra.nteed to be first Class.
aIho hntn rleaned and blocked. Send
postal card and calls will be made for
M'lLROY & DELEON,
Diamond arc always in order. We can talk Diamond to you at any
time. They are an investment, and a good investment at the price we are
telling them. We have ome exquisite Diamond Brooch, Solitaire Ring and
Studs, and we are really selling them very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store and price them.
Watches, Jewelry and Silverware
'The Albuquerque Transfer Co.
f handles any old thing. Call at
T No. 110 Wet Gold avenue. Au
T tomatlc pbone 3tiB. Bell 'phone
S 155 black.
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FEE'S SUMMER TAFFY AT WAL
TON'S DRUG STORE ONLY.
Monday, July 24th I
Ends the Greatest Value-Giving Sal Ever Conducted In the Two
Territories. ' J
..OUR GREEN TAG SALE..
Has been a wonderful success; more people have taken advantage
of the remarkable bargains offered than ever before, and each
and every one of them have expressed themselves as more than
satisfied with their 'purchases.
To end this week up with a cracker-Jack business:
SPECIAL 25c for any pair of Suspenders In the store, worth up
SPECIAL 50c for any Mother's Friend Waist in the store, worth
up to 90c.
8PECIAI 30c for any Four-In-Hand Tie in the store, worth up
SPECIAI 35c for any Fancy Belt In the store, worth up to 75c.
SPECIAL 15c for any Bow Tie In the store, worth up to 25c.
SPECIAL 25c for any Boy's Straw Hat In the store, worth 60c
8PEC1AL Four for 25c, for Hosiery, worth 2 pairs for 25c.
8PECIAL 15c for Fancy Hosiery, worth 25c pair.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the BEATIFUL GOODS Dlsplayeo
In Our Sample Rooms
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
....WRITE FOR PRICES....
...Largest Stock in the Southwest...
1 13-11B-117 South rirat Street
401-403 North Flrt Street
Serious Rioting in Spain.
Madrid, July 20. Serious disorders
have occurred at Seville and Salaman
ca arising out of the general distress.
Four hundred farm laborers Invaded
Seville, looted the bakeries and shops
and committed other depredations, un
til dispersed by a strong force of po
lice. A mob stormed the city hall at
Salamanca, broke into the building
and sacked it. A member of the muni
cipal council fleeing from the rioters
Jumped from a window and was killed.
The picture machine will operate
tonight for the first time at the Ca
sino, and some beautiful illustrated
songs will be sung.
. Just received a carload of screen
doors, all sizes and new designs.
. Call on ua for Lumber, Glass, Paints,
Oils and Cement Also for REX
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER GO.
Successor to John A. Lee.
First and Marquette.
GREAT ...MID-SUMMER... SALE
Is an Interesting place this week. We are
exhibiting Summer Suits at prices that
Invite you to come In. When you get In
we will show you other things of the
"Come Again19 Quality
"Come Again" Prices
CHAS. F. MYERS-
Autornatlo 'Phono 188.
Colorado Pbono 197
WHOLESALE ...HARDWARE... RETAIL
DEERINC HARVESTING MACHINES
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock Jiff..
and reopen 6 p. m.
during July and August
Mowers and Repairs
Reapers, Hay Rakes
and Automatic Pistols
Eclipse Wind Mills
.WRITE FOR PRICKS.
Mail Crders Solicited and Promptly Filled
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
119 Won Cold Avo.
lit S. Soeoaa St.