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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
THURSDAY, 8EPT. 28', 1905.
ARE YOU TIRED OF
ii SJ ft
If you are. let us know, and we will
be pleased to call and explain our
new. low rates for residence lighting.
SEE THE LIGHT MAN-FOURTH AND GOLD AVE.
C o v a t Ty Jf
Cor. First Street and Tljera. Road
"s CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND RE- V
TpT w ry PAIRING A
Harness, Spring Wagons Built to Q
AYyt3iX HORSESHOEING U
CARRIAGE PAINTING 0
When borgbt right are a good Investment. Our prices are right We invite
you to coil and examine the beautiful diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES. JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mail orders receive special attention.
The largest stock to select from ever shown
in the city.
Nobby Blouse Suits, - $3.00 to $6.50
Durable School Suits, - 2.50 to 5.50
Young Mens Suits, $7.50, $10, $12 and $15
Two pairs of Pants with $4.50 School Suits.
Hoys will lip Ihijs, and It Is a prob
lem to shoe tin' tn. We have the foot
inr that stands the racket with
plcntv of comfort thrown In. Made of
wear-dt f Ing leather, with good, stout
soles; built on lasts that aie natural,
neat and trim. If you can't come
yourself, send your boy to us. We w ill
fit him properly.
12 $1.25 to $1.65
to 2 $1.40 to $2.00
to 5! 2 $1.65 to $2.25
With food preparations from F. F.
Trotter's grocery Is thorough assur
ance that you are starting the day
rleht. This also holds good for all
other meals, as any article of food
purchased at our store can be abso
lutely depended upon for genuine ex
cellence. We thoroughly test any
goods offered us, and retain In our
stock only those found good . and
r. r. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
Finish off Fail
with a coat of Heath & MIlHgan's
paint over your wood work where
needed. You will find it most 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.
First Street and Marquette
are now open for butlneM, with
a -iew and second-hand line of furni
ture, at 114 8outh Fourth street. In
the Gleckler building.
IRVAN & HAYGOOO.
CARRIAGE TRIMMING AND
ALbUUtHlJUt CAHHIAUt UU.
Fair and warmer tonight; Friday
partly cloudy, with showers and cool
er In the north portion.
W. ('. Hut man and family returned
last night from an extended eastern
Mrs. E. 0. Whit son. of the Whitson
Music company, wns a passenger for
Las Vegas this morning.
Mrs. K. Adair, of 8i2 South Arno
street, left this morning for a three
weeks' visit in the east.
Temp.e Albert Sabbath school op
ens Sunday morning at 1') o'clock. All
children are requested to be present.
Prof. Geo. S. Ramsay, of the Albu
querque Business College, is In I.as
Vegas taking iu the Northern New
A. n. McGiffey, (f the Horaldn, Mc
Giffoy company, returned last night
froiii a trip to the company's lumber
camp In the ZunI mountains.
Mrs. H. G. Whltcomb left this mor
ning for her home at Wichita, Kan
Has, after having been in Now Mexico
with her son, Forest Parker, since
Joseph Perea, ceputy county trcas
urer and collector under Treasurer
Justo R. Annijo, returned last night
from a tojeurn of utveial weeks in
Dr. E. M. Clayton and family have
left New Mexico for Tulsa, Indian
Territory, where the doctor will prac
tlce medicine. The Claytons were old
residents of Gallup.
There will be a meeting of the Bro
therhood of St. 1 Viul ihU evening at
o'clock. Flection C olllcers ami
otlic important business will be in
Mrs. 13. B. Cutter, of San Francisco,
Is in the city. The lady is an aunt of
Dr. J. B Cutter, and she will visit the
doctor and Mrs Cutter for a few
Miss Carrie N. Jones left the other
evening in return to her home at
Ocean Park, Cal., after a visit of five
months to her aunt, Mrs. H. P. Beach,
of this city.
John B. McKenna was Initiated Into
the local lodge of Elks: ut last nigut's
mealing. Alter the ini'.iation cere
monies iunch was terved end delight
ful music rcnikrcc.
C. II. Gatchel, special agent for the
Germanla Fire Insurance company,
with headquarters at Los Angeles,
left for the north this morning, after
a few days' visit in the city.
Miss Bessie Baldridge and Kenneth
Baldridge will leave tonight for an
extended sojourn in California for the
benefit of the health, of Kenneth,, who
is convalescing Irom a severe attack
of typhoid fever.
C. G. Gilbert and wife, of Genosee,
111, and Mrs M. M. Gilbert and child
ren, of Fort Smith, Ark., are in the
city, en route to southern California.
They are taking in the sights of Al
buquerque today and will leave for
the west tonight.
All ladies wishing lo become mem
bers of tne Degree of Pocahontas, the
auxiliary to the Improved Order of
Red Men, are requested to attend a
meeting tonight iu Red Men's hall at
7:3U o'clock, when the roll of charter
members will be made up.
Dr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Smith, of
Farmington, Maine, who spent the
past Hummer in Albuquerque, left
last night for the east. They expect
to return to Albuquerque within the
next year and locate here permanent
ly, Mr. Smith having invested in real
estate In this city.
The New Mexican says: Mrs. W.
S. Hopewell and two sons and Mrs. J.
W. Zollars of Hillsboro, are In the
city on a visit They are occupying
the quarters of Mr. Hopewell on East
San Francisco Btreet. The ladles were
entertained this afternoon at lunch
eon by Mrs. J. W. Raynolds.
Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Matson delight
fully entertained a small party ot
friends last night at their home on
Tijeras avenue in honor of Miss Ma
bel Fitch and Mr Roy McDonald,
whose engagement was recently an
nounced. Cards were the feature of
the affair and the guests enjoyed a
very pleasant evening.
Special New Year services will be
held at Temple Albert Friday evening
at 8 p. in. and Saturday morning at lo
o'clock. A quartette in charge of Po
fessor Krebs will render the music.
Rabbi Jacob II. Kaplan's sermons will
be: For Friday evening, "A New
Leaf;" for Saturday morning, "A New
Life." Evedybody is welcome.
Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. E. II.
Harsch entertained a party of friends
Our 25c "Black Cat" stockings for
women are splendid values. Compare
them with the grade you have been
getting soniewhe, e else, and we are
sure you will find it to your advantage
to give them a trial. All black, or
with white Teet, plain or ribbed. C.
May's hoe store, 314 West Railroad
at their home on South Broadway for
the celebration of their tin wedding
anniversary The affair was a very
enjoyable one. Nothing but tinware
was used on the table, tin knives and
forks, etc., which made the dinner
II. B. Steward, fattier of John Stew
ard, a well known Job printer of this
city, has arrived hero from Springer,
N M., where In- resided for many
years. But the other day Mr. Stew
ard sold his home at Springer to the
Santa Fe railway company, as it
stood directly In the path of the new
roadbed which the company is laying
out in that town. If Mr. Steward ran
find a piece of property here which
suits hlni, he will make Albuquerque
his future home.
Robt. Dross, the expert accountant
Intends to give a series of lessons in
practical bookkeeping. His ability to
do so is unquestionable and no doubt
a good many young men will avail
themselves of the opportunity thus
afforded to improve their college
studies and their scientific knowledge
and by a few lessons in the practical
handling of accounts become efficient
and capable of keeping a set of books
to the satisfaction of any employer.
President Greer and Secretary Sel
lers, or the twenty-fifth annual terrl
torial falr,Nheld last week, are work
ing on the flnancia.1 report of the late
fair, and they hope to commence Rend
ing out checks In payment of bills ron
they will ca'l the executive f a
traded for the twenty-fifth fair In a
few days, af'er wlilrh they will ca.i
the executlvi committee together and
fra.me some kind of a report to the
G. V. Crosby, who was deputy dis
trict clerk here a few years ago, is
now In charge of the accounting de
partment of the Chicago Edison Elec
tric company. Chicago, and is report
ed doing nicely. He is son-in-law of
Judge E. B. Field, general counsellor j
of the Monon railway.
Mrs. R. J, Jobson, of Lake Valley,
N. M Is one of the fair visitors tarry
ing in the city.
J. F. Wlswell, mining and mechan
ical engineer, Is in the city on busi
ness and today met an old friend in
Hilly Sangulnette, w hom he knew here
twenty odd y ars ago when he (Wls
well) was an engineer on the old At
lantic & Pacific.
A coward, signing himself "A Read
er and a Citizen," sends a communi
cation to The Citizen on the Rabbi
Kaplan matter. He is aft aid to make
his identity known, hence bis Illiter
ate abuse has been consigned to the
All the Je.visn merchants of this
city w ill close their stores at 6 o'clock
tomorrow evening, and keep them
closed until Saturday evening at 6
George P. I.iarnard, of the music
firm of Learnard & Lindemann, and
the piano tuner, H. Jay Stone, re
turned to the city this morning from
GENERAL MANAGER'S SPECIAL
WILL ARRIVE AT FIVE O'CLOCK
General Manager Hurley's special
train was expected to arrive at 5
o'clock this afternoon. Mr. Hurley and
the following other Santa Fe officials
are on an inspection trip of the west
ern lines of the road: General Sup
erintendent K. J. Parker, Mechanical
Superintendent C. M. Taylor. Consult
ing Engineer F. M. Bisbee, Assist Pas
senger and Freight Agent F. B.
Houghton, District Freight and Pas
senger Agent W. R. Prown, Division
Superintendent Chas. Russell. Train
master W. V. MrCon.iitk. and Wm.
Colliion, ktenographt-r for Mr. Hurley
and W S. I. Barron, stenographer
for Mr. Parker.
They spect yesterday at Las Vegas
taking in the Northern New Mexico
fa, and have rpent the ei eater part
of today between the Meadow City
JEWISH CITIZENS DO NOT
UPHOLD RABBI KAPLAN
Several prominent Jewish citizens
last nlglit and this morning, voluntar
ily Informed The Citizen that they do
not sanction the vicious attack made
by Rabbi Kaplan upon the Protestant
ministers of this city, and some action
will be taken in the matter by Con
"The people of Albuquerque, Irre
spective of creed, live in harmony,"
said one Jewish gentleman, "and we
oppose any kind of race hatred."
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Fresh Cut Flowers.
A CHAS. F. MYERS.
To get your Stove Work done bi'fore the rush. Quick Meal, John
Van & Pacific Ranges; Radiant Home and Perfection Home Base
Burners; Mountain Oak and Gr.'at Western Heaters. The most com
plete line in the city.
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HOT BLAST HEATERS. QUICK MEAL, RANGES.
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SWITCHMEN MUST KEEP
RAILROAD CROSSINGS OPEN
YARDMASTER H. L. BRUMBAUGH
ARRESTED AND FINED FOR VIO
LATING FIVE MINUTE RULE.
The city ordinance, which makes It
a penalty for any yardmaster, switch
man or other trainman to allow any
cars to remain on a railroad crossing
for more than five minutes unless It
is In case of accident or fatality, Is
to be rigidly enforced hereafter.
This ruling was made this morning
in police court by Judge Crawford,
after he had fined NlgTit Yardmaster
H. L. Brumbaugh, of the Santa Fe,
$10 for negligence on his part In al
lowing a string of cars to blockade the
Railroad avenue crossing last night
for more than twenty minutes, much
to the disgust and Inconvenience of
about twenty-five or thirty pedestrians
residing in the Highlands, and who
wished to get up town.
The court remitted the fine on the
promise that in the future the yard
master would pay strict attention to
the ordinance. This nuisance has been
much In evidence of late and it is the
Intention of the court to see that It is
at once abated. Although on some oc
casions there Is an excuse, it Is more
often a case of either negligence or
stubbornness on the part of the train
men. OBSTEK. first of the season.
SAN JOSE MARKET.
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HOME MADE PICCALILLI 4
f Y V
HEN you buy "Sealshipt" Oys-
lutiiers, you get solid meat oysters.
full of flavor, clean and fresh, and no
water. Shipments received daily by
the SAN JOSE MARKET.
" - 1 PLUMBING
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 for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
113 - M5
The only Short Order Lunch
Room in thcCity. Fine Coffee
j a speedy. 2 1 6 S. Second St. E
THERE IS MONEY
In taking subscribtlons to The Four
Track News, the great illustrated
monthly magazine ot travel and edu
cation. A quick seller. Very liberal
terms. Large profits. Agents want
ed everywhere. White George H. Dan
iels, Publisher, 7 East Forty-second
street, New York, for full particulars.
Whitewash your chicken 7101130 with
Halm's Eureka white l'.me.
E!. J. POST CO.
old friend, W.
makes I'olonius say this to
his son. Good advice and
as we have no evidence that
l'oloniu.s was a tailor, we
don't believe he was adver
tising himself. However,
nowadays, "costliness" does
not mean "quality," as I'o
lonius evidently implied.
Had he lived in I905 lie
iSonii! Get ftlhie
THIS would have been
good advice because he
would get Quality, Style
While he would have a choice of goods ranging iom $15 to
$40, he would be assured that the $15 suit would have as
much style to it as the high grade, better quality, $40 clothes.
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sampl9 Rooms
- ) 17 South Tint Street J 401-403 North
$ IIS West RaUroad Ave. 167 South Second
We Have a Special Scissor
For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut stroke. We carry many
different sUes and styles to select from. Try a Wissj v
Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re
volvers and Automatic Fistols, Studcbuker Buggies and Wagons, Eclipse
Wind Mills, STARRETT'S Machinist Tools a specialty.
KIM NATHAN njOtTH CO
and Fit at a moderate mice.
poor cigars when good ones are
obtainable at the same price ia
a crime. At every price from 5
cents up CIGARS
can be purchased here. This
stock Is made up of goods that 9
will certainly please. There's
something for every man ac- 0
cording to his taste Imported,
Key West and Domestic Cigars Q
of excellent quality. T
Try the High Life and Little Y
Sultana cigar. They're low a
priced, but they're good.
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St. Mt bUOjAnUlT,
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico