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AL1JUOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY AUGUST 3, 1905.
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For house, dress and street wear. Juat the kind of ahoea you need
for the hot weather. They are stylish, fit well and feel comfortable.
Their cost la only nominal, compared with their quality.
Oongola Oxfords, light or heavy aolea $1.50, $1.65 and $1.75
Vlcl Kid Oxfords, light or heavy aolea $2.25, $2.50 and $3.00
Patent Kid Oxfords, light or heavy soles .... $2.50, $3.00 and $3.50
Vlcl Kid Slippers, light soles $1.10, $1.50 and $1.65
Vict Kid Sandals, light soles.... $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00
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 us absolutely for turn
insblng the best In quality, the
best in flavor and the best In nutrition.
F. F. TROTTER
Not 118 and 12l Bouts Second St-
MAS A GREAT REPUTATION.
The Clarkvllle coal we sell princi
pally, like the Father of His Country,
na 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 onr fairness as to weight and
delivery, entitle us to your patronage.
Remember we guarantee 2,000 pounda
absolutely in every ton leaving our
yard. We also handle all kinds of
-mill wood, mountain wood and kind
ting. John S. Beaven
Both ohonti. ,
Partly cloudy tonight, with local
thunder-showers. Friday, generally
fair and warmer,
ARRIVAL OF TRAINS.
No. 1, from the east, 8 p. m.
No. 7, from the east, 12:15 a. m.
No. 8, from the west, 7:25 p. in.
Today's No. 2, fiom the west, 7:15
No. 2, from the west, tomorrow,
7:55 a. ni.
Aftor a short stay on the upper RIo
Ppcoh, Kirk Bryan returned to the
city last night.
Hon. J. M. Sandoval of Los Corrales
Is In the city. He says the river Is
practically dry at his town.
Attorney and Mrs. F. W. Clancy,
who visited friends at Santa Fe, re
turned to the city last nlsht.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Goodrich, re
siding on south Broadway, are enter
taining their friend, Mrs. Lee Hender
son, of Fictou, Colo.
R. P. Hail, of the foundry and ma
chine works, after a short stay with
his family at Hollywood, Cal., return
ed to the city last night.
Mrs. Harry Webb and children, fam
ily of an employe of the Albuquerque
Foundry and Machine works, returned
last night from their visit to Wichita,
Otto L. Rice, of The Globe store on
west Railroad avenue, has returned
from the east, where he purchased
the fall and winter stock of goods for
Miss Sarah J. Ross, matron of the
Menaul Mission school, has resigned
her position and departed for the east.
Her position at the school will be
filled by Miss Jennie Buck.
"Commodore" and Mrs. F. H. Kent,
accompanied by Mrs. M. O. Chad-
bourne, Dr. B. J. Alger and Samuel
Plckard, left on the flyer today for
San Francisco and the Portland expo
Simon BIbo, the senior member of
the ISibo Mercantile company, Is in
the city from Grants, where the com
pany conducts a big general mercan
tile business. He will return west
Mrs. H. E. Phelps, of Los Angeles,
has arrived In the city and wlil re
main here in the future. The lady is a
daughter of A. F. Karnes, deceased,
the latter for many years before her
death being a well known engineer on
the New Mexico division of the Santa
A letter received today by a mem
ber of the school board from Dr. J. E.
Clark, the new superintendent of the
Albuquerque public schools, dated at
Chicago, on July 31st., announces that
he will arrive in Albuquerque the
later part of the week with his fam
ily. Mr. Clark states in his letter
that he will spend day In Las Vegas
and a day in Santa Fe on the way to
The sheriffs office, this morning, re
ceived a telephone message that a boy
bad been shot and seriously wounded,
You know the celebrated "Karpeu" goods as far as you can sea them. Call
and see good Leather Furniture, and plenty of It.
n. iv. srooMC'is som.: rugs, furniture,
LINOLEUM, DINNER WARE,
Corner Second and Copper Avenue.
WORKS. A. P. HALL Prou,
Iron and Bran Castings) Ore, Coal and
Lumber Cam Shaftings) Pulleys, Grade
Bart, Babbit Metal) Columns and Iron
Fronts for Buildings. J J J J J J
REPAIRS ON MINING AND MILL
"MACHINERY A SPECIALTY. j
Foundry Eatt Side of Railroad Track
ADUQUERQUE. NIW MEXICO
and was lylne at the home of his par
ent oesr the Koverr.iiie.Ji Indian
school. Deputy Newcomer responded
and after an hour's Investigation pro
nounced the report a "genuine fake."
Mr. Hane1, who conducts, a poultry
ranch near the school, has been con
siderably annoyed by bad boys of his
neighborhood, and early this morning,
In order to srare them, he fired a shot
from his fix shooter Into the air.
When Mr. Newcomer found Mr. Har
ges, tho lattrr was snoring away In a
bed' and there were no boys around to
NEW MtXICO MINING EXHIBIT
AT THE PORTLAND EXPOSITION
MINERAL COLLECTION FROM 1
GRANT COUNTY ON EXHIBI
TION AT WORLD'S FAIR WILL
BE SENT TO OREGON.
A. V. Gifford, secretary of the In
ternational Miners' association has
Just returned to 101 Paso from a trip
to Silver City. Mr. Gilford paid a visit
to the flourishing mining camp for the
purpose of generating some enthus
asm for the American Mining con
gress and succeeded admirably. The
people of Grant county will have a
fine exhibit at the congress and will
send a good strong delegation to Port
land, Mr. Gifford says. Thy are
making an effort to secure from the
territorial loard at Albuquerque the
mineral collection that was on exhibi
tion at the world's fair as represent
ing Grant county. If they should fall
in this they will get together a new
collection that will make Just as fine
an exhibit and send this on to Port
land at once, says Mr. Gifford.
Strikers Shot In Porto Rico.
San Juan, P. R., Aug. 3. As the out
come of the long shoremen's strike
for an increase in wages, which has
been In procress for a month, the
greater part of San Juan was under
control of a mob between 7 and 9
o'clock last night.
The police, armed with rifles, finally
secured order but not until one man
was killed and forty Injured, three or
The police number only 100 and re
inforcements are expected today. The
mob numbered 1,000 most of whom
We always keep up the highest
standard In quality, style and finish,
In our footwear, and give values that
will appeal to you. We are offering
better shoes for the same money than
you can buy from others, but not the
same shoes for less money, as our
shoes nave distinctive features that
will make them comfortable fitters
and substantial wearers. Give them a
trial and you will be convinced. C.
May's Shoe Store, 314 West Railroad
Vermont Labor Convention.
Bane, Vt., Aug. 3. The Vermont
state branch of the American Feder
ation of I.a!or began Its annual con
vention in Barre today with an at
tendance of delegates from nearly
every local union In the state. Dur
ing the last year the state organiza
tion has made gratifying progress In
Increasing its numerical strength, as
is evidenced by the annual reports of
the secretary and other officers. Sev
eral matters of Importance are to be
considered by the convention at this
Uii.n nf Suieeta In ' Session.
Chicago, 111., Aug. 3. The leading
makers of sweets In this country are
assembling in unicago loaay, me us
soelatton being the annual conven
trm nt tho National JobltlnK Confec
turners' association. Leading whole-
aatck ripnlem are on hand from New
York, Baltimore, Pittsburg, Cincin
nati, Minneapolis, and numerous other
cities. Consideration or various sub
leeta relntine to the candy trade, will
occupy the three days of the convention.
By a Trust
The manufacturers are satisfied with a
reasonable profit ar.d give you a perfect
Daking powder lor a moderate price.
' IAVB TMU COUPONS, t
Mrs. T. I. Butts, who has been vis
iting her relatives in this city, re
turned to Albuquerque Friday, accom
panied by her sister. Miss Mary Lucas
who will visit some weeks In the
Duke City. During the absence of
Miss Lucas, the Lucas residence will
be occupied by Dr. S. Meredith Strong
and family. Independent.
George C. Bowman, who returned
yesterday after a stay of a month In
southern California, announced this
morning that he had returned to the
city to remain here Indefinitely. He
has several fine residence lots on the
Highlands, and will soon erect on
them a handsome residence besides im
proving other property he has In the
FRUITS AND VEGETABLES,
FRESH EVERY DAY AT MALOY'S.
BIBYCLES AT COST.
HIGH GRADE COLUMBIA AND
TRIBUNE BICYCLES AT COST,
FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
HOUSTON, 118 Gold Ave.
August Clearing Sales
EFFECT EVERY DEPARTMENT
IN THIS STORE
New Fall stock now on the road demands room
Now on Hand
MUST BE SOLD
To gain final clearance on all Men's and Boys' Clothing
and Furnishings, prices during thta month will be lower
than ever before.
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
Steam and Hot Water Heating
Call and Examine the BEATIFUL GOODS Displayed
In Our Sample Rooms
Hlllsboro, Texas, Aug. 3. The an
nual state encampments of Seven Day
Adventists opened today on the camp
grounds east of this city. The pro
gram covers ten days and provides
for sermons and addresses by a num
ber of noted leaders of the sect, in
addition to the customary services of
prayer and praise. The attendance is
Diamond are 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
etling them. We have some exquisite Diamond Brooches,Solitaire Rings and
Studs, and we are really selling them very, very cheap. Take a look in our
store and price them.
Watches, Tewelry and Silverware
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Farm Implements, Rumps, Ripe and Fittings
HOSE, Belting, Racking, Engines, Boilers, Steam Rumps
Harness, Saddles, Leather,
....WRITE POR PRICES....
...Largest Stock in the Southwest..
1 13-1 IS-117 South rint Street
401-403 North rirt Street
GROCERIES, FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN
AND THE BEST OF MEAT8. IM
PORTED GOODS A 8PECIALTY.
Call at No. 624 West TIJeras Road.
Automatic Phone 109.
Old Telephone 276.
The Albuquerque Transfer Co. V
f handles any old thing. Call at V
if No. 110 West Gold avenue. Au- "
tomatie 'phone 362. Bell 'phone
K 155 black. V
The Fuchr -Undertaking
Successors to Edwards e Fuehr,
307 West Railroad Avenue.
Both 'Phones. Day Of NlgM
Just received a carload of screen
doors, all sixes and new designs.
Call on us for Lumber, Glass, Paints,
Oils and Cement. Also for REM
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
Successor to John A. Lee.
First and Maniuetta.
Eo Jo POST
is such that the mere knowledge
of being Summery and correctly attired is sufa
ficient to keep one's temperature down a few
degrees. We've just received a midsummer
shipment of Light-weight Suits that we are
offering from $8.00 to $15.00 per suit.
It will cost you nothing to inspect them and may save you money and
CHAS. F. MYERS-
Autommtlo 'Phono 183.
Colorado Phono 197
ARD WARE... rbtai
DEERING HARVESTING MACHINES
Store will close Satur
days at 12 o'clock Jfo.,
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 Orders Solicited and Promptly Filled . . . . .
Albuquerque, New Mexico,
119 Wott Cold Avo.
122 S. Soeoaa St.