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AIJIUOUEKOUI KVKNING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 25, 1905.
314 WEST RAILROAD AVt.Jfc
Our men's, women's nnil children's shoos have Just worn enough
where it is needed snug nn.i easy in the proper places. No bag
gy wrinkles of ugly Joint outlines. Instead, the perfect fitting
qualities' of our f-lioes impart a trim look to the foot. And it nat
urally follows that shoes possessing these merits sell.
Men's Press Shoes $2. 50 to $4.00
Men's Work Shoes $l.C5to$3.00
Women's Shoes $1.65 to $4.00
Women's Slippers $1.25 to $3.50
(Mrls Shoes 85 to $2.25
Hoys' Shoes $1.00 to $2.75
TIIKIVKS IX COMFORT J Tj liUY IIKR A
I See the Gas Man -Fourth and Gold Avenue
Cor. First Street and Tljera. Road
DIA M O 1ST D S
When bought right are a good investment. Our prices are right. We Invite
you to cv.il and examine the beautiful diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
This Store Will Be Open Evenings All This Week
Clothes Made Upon Honor.y.Stein-Bloch Tailors
Of Woolens Wool Tested. Theywillfityouandsaveyoumoney. Try?
122 South Second
With food preparations from F. F.
Trotter's grocery is thorough assur
nnee that you are starting the day
rlicht. This also holds good for all
other meals, as any article of food
purchased at our store can he abso
lutely depended upon for genuine ex
cellence. We thoroughly test any
goods offered ua, and retain In our
stock only those found good and
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
Finish oft Fall
with a coat of Heath ft MMlgan's
paint over your wood work where
needed. You wiil find it moat sat
isfactory, inasmuch as it will make
clean things look cleaner, and,
what is more, make them stay so.
We also have a large stock of lum
ber, sash and doors, glass, cement,
and Rex Flint Kote Roofing.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First Street and Marquette
Wj are now open for business, with
a -,ew and second-hand line of furni
ture, at 114 8outh Fourth street. In
the Gleckler building.
IRVAN A HAYGOOO.
CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE
PAIRING Harness, Spring Wagons Built to
ALBUQUtRDUt CARRIAGE CO.
This Label Stands for 5 1 Years
i of Knowing How .
Showers tonight; cooler In north
portion. Tuesday, fair.
Failed to Win Out
A poet there was In ye olden times
who loved a slur but loved In vain;
It took mine than lie earned with
To fill the star with dry cham
pagne. Chicago News.
Dr. C. F. MackiiiKton, of Socorro,
who spent last week in the city seeing
the fair, has returned home.
E. L. Krusliuic, business manager
of the Indus; rial Advertiser, wns a
passenger for lis Vegas this morn
ing. si. E. Aldtieh, a Callup merchant,
lias returned home after spending last
week In ttie city in attendance upon
Louis Millae, who superintended
tile racing program of the fair, left
litis mori-iiig f r his home on the Es
II. O. May, a leading liveryman of
Socorro, who was among the fair vis
itors from that point, left last night
for the south.
Hoy llannon, of the Dorders Under
taking company, lias returned from
a month's visit to his old home in
J. Slaughterhach and wife left last
night for Columbus, Ohio, where Mrs.
Slaughterbach is called by the serious
illness of her father.
C. N. Cotton, the well known whole
sale merchant of Ga.lup, has returned
home after taking in the last few days
of the big fair Just closed.
P. F. Hogan, the leading salootilst
of Cerrlllos, spent the greater part of
fair week in the city and returned
homo on Saturday night.
Jesus Garcia, deputy treasurer and
collector of Torrance county, return
ed home this morning, after having
spent fair week in the city.
Mrs. Livingston, mother of Engin
eer Saul Livingston, left this morning
for her home at Springer, after hav
ing spent fair week in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. B. Sellers are
entertaining A. R. Springer and wife
of Durango, Colo. Mr. Springer Is a
well known retired miuing man of
Regular meeting Mineral lodge No.
4, Knights of Pythias, at Elks' hall
tonight. Work in third rank. Visiting
Knights invited. C. O. Cushman, K.
of R and S
Mrs. F. S. Putman and children,
who were here the past few days vis
iting Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Whitcomb,
left last night on their return trip to
their home in Los Angeles
Special communication of Temple
lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M., Tuesday,
September 20, at 7:30 p. m. Work in
the feilow craft degree. Br order W.
M. J. C. Ferger, secretary.
W. IX Finney, the chief dispatcher
for the Santa Fe Pacific at Williams,
writes: "Nicely located here and glad
I came." Mr. Finney is one of the
best dispatchers in the railroad busi
ness. Policeman George Hlghbargain left
last night for Iola, Kansas, where he
will visit relatives and friends for a
few weeks. During his absence Thos.
Jordan will be the extra policeman on
Clarence Pierce, of Seligman Bros.,
wholesale and retail dry goods mer
chants of Santa Fe, who spent last
week In the city in attendance upon
the fair, returned to the Capital city
Charles E. Cook, advance agent for
the "Ramona" company, which attrac
tion Is booked for next Saturday
night at the Elks theater, Is In the
city making arrangements for the ap
pearance of the show.
The Holbrook Argus says: Mrs. W.
H. Clark boarded No. 8 for Albuquer
que, where she will enter the St. Jos
eph hospital to have an operation per
formed. Her many friends here hope
for her speedy recovery.
V. O. Wallingford, the architect,
picked up a fine specimen of the Mex
ico tarantula on North Walter street
yesterday morning. Its body measures
about two inches in length and its
legs spread about six inches from tip
Invitations have been received by
friends in the city to the wedding of
Hiss Euphemia French Davenport,
daughter of Mr. Arthur Davenport, to
Mr. William Huntington Wilson. The
ceremony will occur at the Zion Epic
oopal church in Charleston, West Vir
ginia. The bride-to-be is well known
in Albuquerque, as she has visited
here, the guest of Miss Helen Rodey.
John W. Clark, a lawyer of Wash
ington D. C, is in the city to attend
Attractive to the eye, soft and flue
to the touch, and endowed with the
quality of giving delight and lasting
satisfaction to all our new styles In
Patent Colt Shoes for men, women
and children. C. May's shoo store,
u!4 Wist Railroad avenue.
West Gold Avenue
to Important ieip
was a cla8stnM'i
i-iiien. Mr. Clark
i t'ie I'niverslty of
Mlllen of this i
1). 71. Tin:
Gordon at (ia'l
terested spi ,1
r'a 1 fair
'i't nrr.on ; -might
have !' '
icy hid t' i
Regular in' '
the old Kin.'
to the i, ,'
be present III 1
Hy order ol ' n
H. .1. Fix. -Pcnrce
Santa Fe p
at Los Luii i-.
to coming '
the positlqji "f
A. E. Col hi
ployed at tlie
suffered a v ri
'!,.ney A. B. Mc
;.j i. i , . i Imth graduated
: .n ner for J. A.
,. ,v 4 one of the In
i :. the tcrrMo
1 1 ; M.iiiijiiii'i'it. Mr.
. ; ,i ii -.lie (i.'i'l10 U Jin
i i r'li nv at 'to !no-
,,i: of the W. R. C. at
s m i'uhias hall, at
,hi .'Miw afternoon. Full
,i I. as the local dele
..ut.ii encampment will
a .;. submit her report.
I.:h n.ecceded E. A.
. : agent at the local
:;...! depot. Mr. Fonts
. :it for the Santa Fe
l it immediately prior
i NiL'f clerk at El Paso.
a woodworker ein
S ;pi Tior Pinning mill,
ins accident on Satur
fobleigh caught bis
Land In a joining machine and the
member wns so badly mutilated that
It was necessary to amputate two of
the fingers mi the hand.
The vaudeville troupe, which lias
been holdii:-' i'ir:Ii at the Casino the
n. week, lit' : .i i s morning for Las
Vcg.n. wlir t'i . y will rppear at the
I). mean op. m ii.iue. Miss Ilertha
l.oebs, of tl. s city, urc c ir panted them
as nnisiciai'. I'. e same tieup will be
Im-k the t n-iiio he-it. week.
Louis Uerman, a roof painter who
was severely burned on Saturday last
by falling fare down on the roof of
the First Nt.iional IJank building,
which had just been tarred, was re
ported as Improved today. German's
face was v. iy severely burned but it
is not bellev. il that any permanent in
jury will r. suit.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Marble, who
were married at Santa Fe Wednesday
were guests today at the Alvarado.
Mr. Marble is junior member of the
firm of Corb.tt & Marble, surveyors
and land agents at Estancla, Torrance
county. Mrs. Marble was formerly
Miss Cora Ventres, of Hartford, Conn.
Mr. and Mrs. Marble will leave for
their new liunie at Estancia tomor
row. Foreman Walter Hirchfield, of the
Diamond A ranch, of tho V'ictorio
Land &. Cattle company, accompanied
by Pat Nunn. George Upshaw, Harry
Ix'e, Frank Iluber, and several other
cowboys frmn the ranch, who were
among the best attractions at the fair
and furnished world's of amusement,
l.ift last night for El Paso, from
where they will go overland to the
W. M. Pennington, of the Penning
ton studio, llu'.i West Railroad avenue,
has been joined by bis o.d partner, A.
liruhn, who comes from Texas. Mr.
Pennington and Mr. liruhn were for
merly in business together at Dallas,
but recently Mr. liruhn has been with
Felma, the leading photographer of El
Paso. Mr. liruhn is introducing in
New Mexico the carbon photographic
work, a display of which may be seen
in the window of the firm.
N. E. Stevens, secretary of the
grand lodge of I. O. O. F. of New Mex
ico, went to Las Vegas this morning
to arrange for the 1905 meeting of the
grand lodge, which will be held there
during the present week. Grand Mas
ter Alex licwie is expected to pass
through the city this evening bound
for Las Vegas, and H. E. Rogers and
George Giegoldt, delegates from the
Albuquerque lodge to the grand lodge,
expect to go up tomorrow morning.
II. J. llagerman, of Roswell, who
spent last week in the city in attend
ance upon the territorial fair, left yes
terday for Santa Fe. Mr. llagerman
will Join Territorial Secretary J. W.
Raynolds at Santa Fe and both will
proceed to l,as Vegas In the secreta
ry's automobile. Mr. llagerman will
be one of the chief speakers at the
good roads convention to be held at
Las Vegas during the Northern New
Although the weather conditions
were unfavorable last night, quite a
large crowd attended the services at
the tent on the corner of Railroad ave
nue and Uroadway to hear Elder H.
L. Hoover, of Estancla deliver a ser
mon on "The Nature and Perplexity
of God's Iaw." The meetings will
continue every night this week and
imiMirtant subjects will lie discussed.
Questions which have been asked will
be answered. Everybody is especially
urged to attend these services, which
aie proving very interesting.
AlKMtt 7:30 o'clock Saturday even
ing an alarm of fire was turned in by
some practical Joker from the electric
T EAD THE WORLD. More Studebaker
Wagons used today than any other (3)
three makes combined. Best obtainable
wood stock used in constructing the "Stude
baker" and is seasoned from three to five
years before using. Write us for prices on
all kinds of vehicles.
Chop! Chop! Chopl
sired. Useful in the preparation of substantiate and
desserts. You need it in your kitchen every day.
e. j. tost aa co.,
In the first place, the stomach must
be made strong so that the food will
be properly digested, the bowels
opened and the blood made pure. n
the second place, we advise you to
use Hostetter's Stomach Bitters, be-
cause it has proven time and again Its:
wonderful value in all cases of stom-j
ac'h troubles. It always cures Poori
Appetite, Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Cos-,
tiveness, Bllliousness and Malaria.'
Try a bottle today.
STOMACH BITTERS 1
light plant at the mills of the Amerl-j
can Lumber company. The depart
ment made a run, but found that it'
was simply a false alarm. The de
partment, wns away from the station'
exastly half an hour and the run was i
a long and tliesome one for the norses. J
The police are now looking for the
man who turned in the alarm and if!
tie is found he will be fined for his I
fun. There is too much of this false
alarm business and the police intend
to put a stop to it.
The members of the Congregational
church will tender a reception to their
new pastor, Rev. J. W. Iiarron and
family, in the parlors of the church
on Friday evening of this week. Tha
members of the church and friends
are Invited to participate.
PRESENT YOUR FAIR
ACCOUNTS AT ONCE
irit i r t i trt t r t k t r t
All persons holding bills against
4 the New Mexico Fair association i
4 are requested to present them to
t Secretary Sellers not later than "
4 Tuesday evening. September 26,
i in order that the books of the i
present fair may be closed at
4 once. i
I PLUMBING I
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings, Hose,
Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. Write (or Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTHWEST
Tfi nnfv Short Ordir Lunch
Room in thcCity. Fine Coffee
a specify. 216 S. Second St. E
FOR WM. JENKS' ESMERALDA
HIGH CLASS FRUIT, GREEN LA
BEL, GO TO A. J. MALOY AND JAF
FA GROCERY CO.
Colonist Rates to California.
Commencing September 15 and dal
ly thereafter until October 31 the San
ta Fe will sell tickets to all points In
California at a rate of J25.00, one way
only. Stop overs allowed. Call on
any agent of the Santa Fe. H. S.
I.UTZ, Agent. Albuquerque. N. M.
E. J. POST & CO.
1 1 0 LESA T,K AND M KTA 1 1 'a
EW LEADERS IN OUR
Tiresome, isn't it, to get down the
chopping bowl and knife and prepare
something for the next meal?
But the tiresome method is cut of date.
You can do the work with Sargent's
Gem Food ChoDDer and do it
with but little labor. The
chops all kinds of food in
medium or fine pieces, as de
In handsome, new patterns, light In weight and particularly adapt
ed to early fall showers. Absolutely guaranteed water proof.
EQ to 25
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
at IjrHTTNEY COMPANY I
1 13-1 15-M7 South First Street J 401-403 North Firrt Sinet
111 tmt kadroad Ave. 107 Joulh Seiond
i o rr'ara, r v i. i
ftrS-J- CCV r7, yT - 111:
"CTEP IN" while shopping and look over
our line of choppers and other useful
articles around the house. Bargains for all
at reduced prices. Refrigerators, Ice Cream
Freezers, Water Coolers, Stoves and Ranges,
Garden Hose and Sprinklers.
MECHANICS AND CARPENTERS'
TOOLS A SPECIALTY
PROMPT DKLIVKKY ON KYhlJ Y lTKCHASK
215 W. Railroad Ave.
ALBUQUERQUE, - NEW MEXICO
poor cigars when good ones are
obtainable at the same price is
a crime. At every price from 5
cents up CIGARS
can be purchased here. This
stock is made up of goods that
will certainly please. There's
something for every man ac
cording to his taste Imported,
Key West and Domestic Cigars
of excellent quality.
Try the High Life and Little
Sultana cigar. They're low
priced, but they're good.
M. GUSSAROFF,T uteres