ALBUQUEIiQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, AUGUST 14, 1908.
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s JM Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. I
r Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during
77 27G STORE WITH LITTLE PRICES
Store Closet 12:30 to 2:30 during
G R E A T TESVIPTATION
n " CONTINUES ALL NEXT WEEK
Pay Day Bargains . Pay Day Bargains
DRESS GOODS 20 pieces of Good
Brllliantine, 50 Inches wide; In black,
navy blue, royal blue, brown, cardinal
and green; would be cheap at 75c a
yard. Special Price, per yard
2.000 yards New Scotch Lawn at, per
25 dozen Lawn Kimonos, all sizes, on
Sale at 25C
MILL END SALE OF REMNANTS
3,000 yards Fine Dress Gingham Rem
nants, 3 yards to 12 yards in each
piece, all worth 1 2 1 '2 c a yard; for this
sale, per yard
2,000 yards Fancy White Goods Rem
nants, worth 20c a yard; Sale Price,
per yard Qq
200 pieces New Huron Percales, 27
inches wide, gcod quality, per yard
NEW OUTING FLANNELS 500
pieces New Outing Flannel, good qual
ity, neat patterns, at the low price of,
per yard C',C
100 pieces Best Plain Outing Flannels,
in white, cream, baby blue, pink and
red, very fine quality, at, per yard
50 pieces New Curtain Cretons, at,
per yard Qq
One Lot Women's Vesta, In extra
sizes, sold for 40c; Special Sale
One Lot Women's Vests, tape neck,
worth 12l2c; on Sals for
HERE'S A SNAP IN LADIES' HAND
KERCHIEFS 50 dozen Plain, White
Hemstitched Handkerchiefs, ALL
PURE LINEN; Sale Price, each
MUSLIN UNDERSKIRTS 200 Mus
lin Underskirts, in plain, Hemstitched,
Lace and Embroidery trimmed, full
sized; made of good muslin; on Sale,
5,000 yards Checked Apron Gingham,
good quality, at, per yard
5,000 yards Best Dress Ginghams,
worth 10c yard, see them; Sale Price
only, per yard Jq
5,000 yards Fl.ie White Goods Rem
nants, 3 to 10 yards in piece, worth
up to 15c a yard; Sale Price, yard
60 pieces Table Oil Cloth, VA yards
wide; Best Standard Quality, worth
25c a yard; your choice of patterns,
at, per yard J 2hC
60 pieces Unbleached Outing Flannel,
at, per yard Qq
300 pieces New Outing Flannels, ex
tra quality, all new patterns; Sale
Price, per yard
25 dozen Best Quality Turkish Pillow
Tops, on Sale at, each
50 dozen Misses Black, Fine Ribbed
Hose, the Topsy Brand, same quality
sold elsewhere for 20c per pair; on
Sale here for, per pair
One Lot Women's Vests, In white,
pink and blue, sold for 12c; Sale
One Lot Women's Vests, sold for 25c
each; Special Sale Price, each
One Lot Women's Vests, at, each
2,000 yards good White Waistlngs, 3
to 12 yards In each piece, worth up to
35c a yard, at The Tempting Price of,
per yard J2hC
IS AN OLD SAYING, MEAN
ING THAT YOU GET THE
For what you give. If you will get our estimate on your electrical
work, we will give you ample opportunity to secure a double
MOTORS AND DYNAMOS FOR EVERY PURPOSE CARRIED IN
Let us supply you with fans before the hot weather begins.
Fixtures and House Wiring a specialty.
PUMPING PLANTS OF ALL SIZES FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY.
' Estimate Cheerfully Given.
Cniitkuinntnrn tlnrtrin 0. Pr no tnintin n On 26 StUth
OUUllinCdICill CICulllu Ob UUIdllUUIUII uu.,
Dental Prices Reduced
I have reduced prices In all dental
work. Full upper or lower seta of
teeth from $3 up, according to quality.
Gold filling from $2 up. Amalgam
and all other fillings, from $1 up.
Gold crowns and bridge work at great
ly reduced prices. Appointments made
by mail. Dr. D. C. Labbe, of Chicago,
W. N. MACBETH .
Rooms 24 and 25 Barnett building.
Oldest established dentist li
In the jj
FREE! FREE! FREE!
With every Gas Range, two tickets to the
Casino. Best seats in the house, free pass on
cars both way. Those who cook with gas are
there on time. Show Room Fourth and Gold
Avenue. See the Gas Man.
JTOCK - MONEY - METAL WOOL
If you live on the gas mains and purchase a
Gas Stove, we set up your stove and connect
you witn tne gas
mains free of any
charge Ladies' see the Old
Gas Ranges at Cost
Man then the
Fourth and Gold Avenue.
Closing quotations Received by Levy
B;os., Correspondents for Logan
& Bryan. Barnett Building.
Amalgamated Copper 83
American Sugar 144:&
Atchison, common 90 Vi
Atchison, pfd '.103
Baltimore & Ohio 1167g
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 70
Colorado Fuel & Iron io
Colorado Southern, second 40'4
Chicago, Great Western, common 214
C. & 0 56
Erie, common 484
Erie, first 85
Louisville & Nashville 150 Vi
Missouri Pacific 104 &
Mexican Central 23
New York Central 154
Reading, common 110
Rock Island, common , 3SV
Republic Iron & Steel, common 21
Republic Iron & Steel, pfd 87 Vi
Southern Pacific 67
St. Paul 185
Southern Railway 35
Tennessee Coal & Iron 90
Texas Pacific 36
Union Pacific, common 133
U. S. S., common 36
U. S. S.. pfd 104
Wabash, common 20
Wabash, pfd 48
Wisconsin Central, common.... 28
Wisconsin Central, pfd 57
O. & W 65
American Smelters 128
RIO GRANDE SKIRTS
are now on sale at the Globe storu.
Why not go there and know that you
are getting something of real value,
and save money, besides spending it
where it Is again paid out to labor
right here at borne?
Every increase of pay rolls in
creases your prosperity and that of
jour city, yet while this is all true,
you are looking for a more fair la
bor exchange. You will be convinced
that you are getting this, when you
call and see these goods. You can
leave your order and get jwrfectly
fitting, perfectly tailored garments, at
RIO GRANDE WOOLEN MILLS CO.
WITH EVERY $5.00 PUR-
CHASE OF GOODS DURING
OUR SALE, WE WILL GIVE A
HANDSOME STERLING SIL-
B. ILFELD & CO.
A I f t t H I I e 9. 9 9. 9
Fifty dozen misses' black, fine rib
bed Hose, the Topsy brand; same
quality sold elsewnere for 20c per
pair; on sain for 12c per pair, at
the Golden Rule's Great Temptation
AMERICAN LUMBER COMPANY
LOSES VALUABLE EMPLOYE
HENRY W. WRIGHT, SUPERIN
itiNUtlMT OF LOGGING AND
RAILROAD OPERATIONS AT
THOREAU, HANDS IN RESIGNA-
Henry W. Wright, for a year past.
superintendent of logging and rail
road operations for the Amc;imn
Lumber coiiiuanv ar Thm
handed in his resignation, to take ef-
iect as soon as the company can se
cure a man to fill his place. The res
ignation of Mr. Wright came as a sur
prise to the officers of the company,
who have found in him a valuable
man, and one who thnronirhlv 1 1 n rt (a r
stands his business and always worked
lor me interests or the company.
Mr. Wright- huu fnimii that ... Aui
tude or this section Is too ileb. for
V, ! . . 1 1
mm, nun uuiing nis Biay at unoreau
his health has been Impaired to such
an extent that he found he must seek
a lower altitude. He will inn t-
California just as soon as lie can be
The Citizen is glad to announce
that the talented Albuqftenftfe. yfcung
violinist, Bruno DIeckmann will give
urn many iriends a chance 'to he
him before he lenvea th rdtir i
having studied two years in Europe
wnn me masters, he has spent the
summer at home with his parents. At
the end of September he will sail for
Europe to continue lia studies, with
rroi. Halir or Berlin.
Schilling's Best make gen
erous business. Your grocer
is generous with it. Moneyback
costs him nothing; costs no
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED Good girl for housework.
Good cook; no washing. Call at
Fifth street and New York avenue.
WANTED Two first-class earpenters.
$3.75 for eight hours. Union men
prefened. John W. McQuade.
FOR SALE Entire furniture of a 5
roora house. Must be sold by Wed
nesday. Can be seen at 503 South
MEET KNIGHT'S MIDNIGHT SUN
EASY TO MAKE GOOD
WITH CLUB HOUSE
I am ready to do house cleaning.
Mrs. Sheltoii, 1114 South Edith street.
5,000 yards Fine White Goods Rem
nants, 3 to 10 yards in a piece, worth
up to 15c a yard; Sale Price, yard,
6'2c, at the GOLDEN RULE DRY
SUDDEN DEATH OF
WEALTHY MINING MAN
H. B. BORIE, OF EMPIRE ZINC
COMPANY, OF JOPLIN, MO.,
DROPS DEAD IN THIS CITY.
H. n. Borle, agent for the Empire
Zinc company, of Joplln, Mo., who lias
been In Albuquerque for several
weeks, dropped dead on Saturday In
Old Allmqueique, of heart failure. The
remaliiB were taken In charge by O.
W. Strong's Sons, and last night were
shipped to Philadelphia, Ta., for in
terment. The deceased was very prominent
and wealthy. He had represented the
Joplin company for a number of
years, and was a heavy stockholder in
the company. He leaves a brother
and sister in the east to mourn his
0. D. STEWART FOUND
CENTIPEDE IN HIS BED
O. II. Stewart the tonsoriallst at the
Alviirado, was awakened at bis home
on lluning avenue last night by a
stinging sensation in the forefinger of
his light hand. Groping In the darK,
he touched a smooth object, which
moved. Becoming alarmed, Mr. Stew
art vaulted out of bed, and turning on
the light, discovered that his midnight
intruder was a centipede. The finger
had Ix gun swelling by this time, and
Mr. Stewart hurried down town and
aroused Dr. Hust in the N. T. Armljo
building. The iHilson deposited In the
finger was soon countet acted, and Mr.
Stewart was able to be at work this
Dr. Hust said that he knew that Mr.
Stewart hnd lots of nerve, but he did
not think he would go to bed with a
Stop and Think
for a moment What would be the use
of inviting you to our store if we did
not have the right " "
one visit under such circumstances
would be enough. But we want you
as a constant caller, so we make sure
Carpels and Rugs
that you can find no fault with
prices you cannot criticise.
Albbcft Fabef, 305 Railroad Aygritfe
w r r .
Plumbing, Gas Fitting, and Dram Laying
EYCIRSION TO SANTA FE A GO
The excursion to Santa Fe next
Sunday is a go. This was decided by
Secretary D. K. D. Sellers, of the
Territorial Fair Association, and Man
ager Frank Houston, of the Urowns,
this morning, after a consultation;
at Mr. Sellers' office. Several business
men of the city were present, at the
meeting, and ali agreed that an ex
cursion would be the proper thing. "A
large number of people want to see
the Ancient City, and this will be
a good opportunity for them," said
one of the gentlemen present. "And
then," continued this same gentle
man, "it will be sort of a picnic for
all of us."
A large number of people have al
ready signified their intention of go
ing, and H. S. Lutz has set the wires
working to get the idle passenger
coaches on the local divisions here
for the occasion. It Is more than prob
able that a band will be taken along
to play encouraging music In case the
Rrowns find the Santa Fe Central
team a hard proposition.
The fare will be $2 for the round
GOLDEN RULE STORE
ENJOYS A BIG TRADE
J. W. Prestel, acting manager of the
Golden Rule Dry Goods store, report
ed another big day and larger crowds
than ever, at the great Temptation
sale now- going on at that store. The
Temptation sale was entirely original
with Mr. Prestel, and In carrying out
the Idea he dressed several small boys
In the garb of the Great Tempter, and
kept them busy distributing hand bills
announcing the Bale.
The store is full of good bargains.
The goods are all new, and the sale
was for the purpose of cleaning up
many odds and ends which accumu
late in a large store. The sale will
last all this week.
Turkish N'ongate Is fine after a
dish of ice cream eaten at Mrs. Ful
lerton's confectionery store and Ice
6 t tit i
WITH EVERY $5.00 PUR
CHASE OF GOODS DURING
OUR SALE, WE WILL GIVE A
HANDSOME STERLING SIL
B. ILFELD & CO.
SMALL ROBBERY LAST NIGHT
Some time last night burglars en
tered the rooming house of Mrs. Mary
Scotti, at tiUU South First street, and
canied off a gold watch, some clothes
and other valuables belonging to
Charley Rossi, one of the roomers.
Rossi, who is employed as night bar
tender at the Sturges club rooms, left
his room unlocked when he left the
boarding house last evening to go to
work. He left a watch lying on the
liureal and other small valuables, not
t'flinking for a minute that any one
would uotner tnese things.
When he returned home this morn
ing he found the valuables missing,
together with some wearing apparel,
and at once reported the matter to the
otliceis. Although a thorough search
has been made of the pawn shops to
day, no clew to the thief has yet been
9. 9. M. 9. 9. 9 9
SUN, SEPTEMBER 23.
Two thousand yards of new Scotch
I.awn, at 3c per yard, at the Golden'
Rule's Great Temptation Sale. I
GIVE YOURSELF AND YOUR
FAMILY A TREAT BY OWNING
ONE OF OUR NEW BUGGIES OR
SURREYS. WE MAKE PRICES TO
SELL. ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE
AUGUST AND SEPTEMBER ARE
THE WORST MONTHS FOR CHICK
EN CHOLERA. INTERNATIONAL
POULTRY FOOD WILL CURE THAT
DISEASE. 25-CENT PACKAGE CON
TAINS 100 FEEDS FOR 12 FOWLS.
PRICE REFUNDED IF IT FAILS. E.
W. FEE, 620 SOUTH SECOND ST.
SUN, SEPTEMBER 23.
Mill End Sale of Remnants 3,000
yards of fiue Dress Gingham remnants,
o yards to 12 )ar,ls In each piece, all
worth 12'-lc per yard, per yard 7'ie,
at the Golden Rule's Great Tempta
THE BIBLE WAGON
Sold by THE ALBUQUERQUE CARRIAGE GO,, Albuquerque, NM.
TILL APPEAR IN CONCERT AT
K I, KS O PE R A II O U S K
Miss Marguerite Jenks is helping
out during the rush at the Golden
Rule Dry Goods Store.
H. C. Merger, of the Merger Marber
Spuply Company, of Denver, Is In the
city, the guest of V. F. Kwitzer of
the Ouk Margor Shop.
J. C. Maher ,aged HO years, died at
his home, 1221 South Mroadwny, last
night, after a lingering illness witli
tuberculosis. The deceased was a
railroader, coining to this city about
three mouths ago from San Marcial,
where he lias mien in tin; mp.oy of
the Santa Fe. The remains are being
held at Ilorders undertaking parlors,
awaiting advices from relatives In the
James Wright, who lives in a shanty
In tlin rear of JO. I,. Washburn's red
ilenre i n West Railroad avenue, fell
lliruuiiii the bkyiigbt of the Ma.e ttoie
tliis altt riioon, to the Hour, fifteen feet
In-low. IIt. was (itlile severely cut
u'Miiit tin- hands an. I face by glass,
and was bu.lly bruised, but not seri
ously Injured. Mr. Wright was paint
ing the roof of the Ma.o store when
: li- accident occurred.
One of the most delightful chll
ilrens' partii-s of the summer
was that given ly Mrs. D. K.
li. Sellers on Saturday afternoon
in honor of little Constance and Ilar
ndil Sillers. About twenty little folks
from the iieiglilxirhood of the Selleis
home gathered at an appointed spot
on the car line and Journeyed to the
Casino. The juvenile party took poi
sehsloa of one of the palm gardens,
chaperoned by Mrs. Sellers, and one
can imagine the amazement of tne
waiter in the grill, when she or
dered twenty lemonades and as many
Pears for Sale.
Fine, ripe pears for sale, at Wesco's
much, near the saw mill. Can be
supplied in any quantity. Telephone
No. 107, four rings.
MEET KNIGHT'S MIDNIGHT SUN
Citizen axis bring results.
M rn Li
13 IT? WELL, WE QUESSI WHEN
IT COMES RIGHT DOWN TO QIV.
ING GENUINE VALUE FOR EVERY
DOLLAR YOU SPEND FOR PLUMB
ING, THERE IS NO ONE AHEAD OF
US. IF YOU WANT TO BE IN THE
SWIM, GET GOOD, ENDURING
WORK AND 8AVE MONEY, WE
ARE THE PEOPLE TO 8EE.
J. L. Bell Co.
tZ2 WEST SILVER AVENUM
Automatic Telephone, No. 647.
Colorado Telephone, No. 78 Rsd.
The Colorado Telephone Company.
Room 18, N. T. Armijo Building.
Do you realize that you can get
MODERN Telephone Service today for
what you are paying for inferior
The only Long Distance Trans
mitters and Receivers; Wall or
Desk Sets;. Long time contracts as
you wish; Lowest rates.
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Have You Noticed the Domestic Finish
We give on our laundry work? Try It and see how
durable it is. Notice how long it keeps its finish.
We turn out linen, white as snow and free from all
specks or wrinkles.
Imperial Laundry Co.
. C. BALDRIDGE
NATIVE AND CHICAGO LUMBER
SHERMAN . WILLIAMS
PAINT Covert more,
look beet, wear long
et, most economical,
riKT BTRKmT AND COAL AVI.
BUILDING RARER - Al
way In stock. Rlaster,
Lime, Cement, Ralnt,
Glass, Sash, Doors, etc.
ALB UQ UKR QUE, N. M.
OUR COAL YARD
Is chock full of coal that will gladdes
your heart and warm your hoaM
when Its cold. Fill your bins for
next winter now and avoid the mill
American Block coal, the beat Gallop
mined. Cerrllloa Lump, the standard
beating coal. All sizes of bard coei-
Factory wood, $3.00 full load; Orea
Mill wood, 12.00 full load.
Eureka White Lime.
HAHN'S COAL YARD.
Auto Phone. 416. Colo, Phone. 44
HOLLENBECK HOTEL I
A C. BIL1CKE JNO. S. MITCHELL I
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
CENTRAL LOCATION. EXCELLENT ACCOMMODATIONS
Reasonable Prices Splendid Rastauranl
New Mexicans and Arlzonl ana spending the tummer on the
beachee are welcome to the uie .of our Ladies' parlors and Gentle
men's waiting rooms. Meet your friends there. Information and
writing materials free. Ladies. and children welcome.
All Depot cars stop at the H ollenbeck. Electric excursion and
beach cars pass the door.
HEADQUARTERS FOR NEW MEXICANS AND ARIZONIANS
CEASES TO BE GOOD ENOUGH IF IT CAN POSSIBLY BE MADE
BETTER, IS THE RULE WE WORK BY, IN PREPARING MEDI
CINES AND PRESCRIPTIONS. FOR THE WELFARE OF THE
SICK AND FOR THE PROTECTION OF OUR BUSINESS, WE PUT
FORTH EVERY EFFORT MONEY AND SKILL CAN COMMAND.
TO FURNISH THE BEST.
H. H- BR1GGS & CO.,
PROPS. ALVARADO PHARMACY
11 TRKKT and GOLD' AVE.
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