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ALHUOUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN.
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 195.
3 14 WEST RAILROAD AVL
Kvery pair guaranteed to give satis
faction In fit ami wear. Prices the
Men's Patent Colt Shoes,
.Men's Vlcl Kid Shoes,
Men's IUx Calf Shoes,
1V -iTh5 'iT T V - -
y jmvv.o M(,n-8 SnUn Calf Sh0lJgi
$3.50 to $4.00
$3.00 to $4.00
$2.50 to $3.50
$1.65 to $2.25
Ladies' Tatent Kid Shoes,
$3.50 to $4.00
Ladies' Vicl Kid Shoes,
$2.50 to $3.50
Ladies' Dongola Shoe,
$1.65 to $2.25
Shoes for Boys or Girls,
$1.00 to $2.25
Fair tonight. Saturday, fair, with
cooler weather In east portion.
With food preparations from F. F.
Trottlr's' grocery la thorough assur
ance that you are starting the day
right. 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
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St,
The Triumph of the Piano Maker
There are undoubtedly good qualities In every standard piano. But-
THE GENUINE CHICKERING
The triumphant result of over 80 years of endeavor, la admitted to be
the standard of superiority for every good quality that any piano
TIIK wurrsoN MUSIC CO.
. 114 SOUTH SECOND .STREET.
Lumber, SasJ; Doors'
' y Glass,
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofi ng". Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR
THAT YOU HAVE OCCASIONAL
THOUGHTS OF XMAS. BY NOV
EMBER 1 THE RUSH FOR XMAS
WORK AT OUR 8TUDIO BECOMES
HARD TO HANDLE. IT IS TO Dl
VIDE THIS NOVEMBER RUSH
WITH THIS MONTH THAT WE
MAKE THE FOLLOWING OFFER:
FROM OCTOBER 1 TO NOVEMBER
1 WE WILL GIVE ONE 11x14 EN
LARGED PORTRAIT WITH EVERY
DOZEN OF OUR GENUINE PLAT-
NUM CABINET FOLDER PHOTOS.
IT IS OBVIOUS TO ALL THAT THIS
AFFORDS AN EXCELLENT
CHANCE TO OBTAIN A HANDSOME
XMAS GIFT AT VERY LITTLE
COST. MOON & KELEHER, MAK
ERS OF FINE PORTRAITS.
When borght right are a good Investment. Our prices are right We tnvttt
you to c:ul and examine the beautiful diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
M. .1. Collins and wife returned last
night fiein nn extended trip through
Colorado mid I'tali.
Ixit 3, In Mock 37, Knstern addition,
on the Highlands, was sold yesterday
to Edward L. Carson.
Robert Kellahin, a pronilnent citi
zen of Koswell, Is spending a few days
In Allmiiuerqiie on business.
Miss Hattle Johnson ha! returned
to Albuquerque after spending tlife
summer at her home In Chicago.
John Urr, Jr.. has returned to New
Mexico f.om Louisville, Ky., his home
and will prohuWy remain during' the
Miss Lizzie Gavin, of Kansas City,
Mo., Is In the city, the guest of her
brother. C. A. Wr. Ight, of 318 North
F. H. Kent returned to town this
morning from the Hell Ca?on dis
trict, where he had spenU-a few days
looking after his mining claims.
N. W. Alger, traveling representa
tive of the L. C. Smith Typewriter
company, has returned from a trip to
the northern part of the territory.
H. W. Italian!, a Santa Fe employe,
is suffering from a broken arm, sus
talned the other night while at work
extinguishing a blaze on top of a box
John M. Wiley, deputy United States
marshal under Marshal Creighton M.
Foraker, went to Demlng last night
to look after a Chinese deportation
W. J. Hyde, the blacksmith, has
purchased lots 7 and 8, block 30, in
the Eastern addition to the Highlands,
from tho Surety Investment com
pany. Steve Canavan, the assessor of Mc
Klnley county, who took Cmrley
Harding to tho military institute at
Koswell, was here yesterday on his
return to Gallup.
Deputy United States Marshal W. R.
Forbes left last night ' lor Koswell,
where he goes to attend the October
term of the United States court, whlcn
opens there on Monday, next.
F. W. Lynch and M. If. Thompson,
of Alamogordo, spent today In the
city on their way home from a trip
to Las Vegas, where they went to take
two insane persons to the asylum.
Regular meeting tonight of Har
mony lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F. All
members are requested to be present.
Degree work. Visiting brothers In
vited. Refreshments. J. J. Votaw,
Mrs. T. N. Illnch, of Gallup, writes
to The Citizen that Mr. Hindi, 1io
went to St. Genevieve, Mo., for his
health, Is getting along nicely, but
will not return to Gallup for several
E. L. Washburn and family returned
this morning from a pleasure trip to
tho Grand Canyon, where. they went
a week ago with Mr. Wa6Liirn's
brother, who Is seeing the southwest,
and is now on the Pacific coast.
J. E. Haines, Roderick Stover, Her
bert Brooks and Fred Fisher form a
hunting party which 'will leave the
city in the morning for the upper Pe
cos country. They expect to be ab
sent from the city a couple of weeks.
Yesterday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. R. Ribera, 1517 South Second
street, Mls8 Mary Alarld and Paul
Anaya were united In mairlage, Judge
A. J. Crawford performing the cere
mony. Both young people are from
W. A. Fleming Jones and wife, of
Las Cruces, arrived In the city this
morning. Mr. Jones Is here to attend
the Shrine and the annual meeting of
the grand lodge of Masons, while Mrs.
Jones will visit friends and do some
Contractor Wallace Ilesselden has
secure d the contract for extensive Im
provements to the territorial orphan
asylum at Belen, and yesterday ship
ped a large consignment of material
and workmen to that point to begin
wont on the contract.
Mr. Alvin Wyckoff. as Joe Morsran.
In Stowe's big ecenlc production of
"Ten Nights in a Bar Room," beggars
description. His wonderful act ing in
the weird delirium scene is most re
alistic. At the Elks' opera house on
Thursday night, October 19. Admis
sion. 35c, Buc and 75c.
C. C. Crlsler, formerly of A. David-
sou & company, of Amarlllo, Texas,
is the new decorator at the store of
the Golden Rule Dry Goods company.
Mr. Crisler'8 first work in the city is
a presentation of the latest thines in
ladles' wraps, which occupies the front
window of the Golden Rule store.
James Powell, president of the Wil-
i 11am Powell company, of Cincinnati,
Ohio, accouu atiifd by his wife, spent
the day In AW'ii l"crHio on his way
home from a trip to the Portland ex
position, oiV'irnia snd the Grand
Canyon. M; I'owll's company had
an extcnsiv" exhibit of engineering
fiippHes ami '"'tis fixtures at the
Conductor .lack Murray, for many
years In tli" train R' nice of the Santa
Fe bet wen iiis city and La Juula,
came in fi cm the font h this morning
and g ar.ci'i.; loan today. Mr. Mur
ray, for the pist three years, has been
running a train on the Mexican Cen
tral, but may ic;,t a position on one
of the rose! "!' the states He wilt go
north to Kansas City tonight.
Delegate to Interstate Commerce Law
Acting Governor James W. Rnynolds
yesterday appointed George Arnot, of
this city, n deleuo to the Interstate
commerce law commission, which will
convene Ht thn Auditorium hotel, Ch -cago,
on October 2fi.
ISAAC GKMHAM TAKFi
IWO HIMSELF A WIFE
Last evening, at the Immaculate
Conception church, Rev. A. M. .Man
dalarl Joiin l In tho bond or matri
mony Isaac II. Graham, of this city,
and Miss Agnes Healy, recently of
Lincoln, III. Only the closest rela
tives and friends of the family were
"After the ceremony Mr. and Mrs.
Graham were driven to the home of
Warren Graham, a brother of the
groom, who resides on North Fourth
street, where they were the recipient
of congratulations and many pretty
wedding presents. The bride and
groom also had a call from a chlvarari
party of about seventy-five of Mr.
Graham's friends, accompanied by a
stringed band and double quartette.
Mr. ami Mrs. Graham will soon
take up housekeeping in a new brick
bouse on North Sixth street.
DID YOU KNOW
That a cup of "Duke City" Mocha and
Java coffee for breakfast will start
you right with all the world, and an
occasional sip of "Duke City" tea will
keep you right all day? Orders so
licited and goods delivered. 'Phone,
Black, 78. Duke City Tea and Coffee
company, 118 West Silver avenue.
Every woman wants a fine evening
coat, but the price has always been
too high for the greater majority. Not
so now, for If you will attend the sale
of fine coats at the Golden Rule Dry
Goods company, you will find them
pi Iced within the reach of all. See
NEW ROOMING AND
Your patronage solicited. Nice,
623 South First street.
GOETZ'S PICALILLI AT MALOY'S
GOOD THINGS TO FAT
i SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY
; CONCORD GRAPES, EIGHT
1 POUND BASKET, 40 SENTS.
3 MALAGA GRAPES
LARGE BLUE GRAPE8
RUSSET PEARS '
FIVE KINDS APPLES
CAULIFLOWER GREEN BEANS
TWELVE KINDS OF CHEESE
SMOKED MEAT AND TON
GUES SAUSAGE OF ALL KINDS
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat.
CALL FOR BERNALILLO COUNTY
The counly commissioners of the
county of Bernalillo, in the territory
of New Mexico, in the exercise of the
option given by law, hereby give no
tice that the funding bonds dated July
1, 1M5, l.siied In two series, known
as A and B, respectively, consisting
or iuz uonns or ftiuu cacn, nnmnerea
1 to lo2 both inclusive, of series A,
and 13! bonds of $100 each, numbered
1 to 139, both' Inclusive, of series B,
which are payable at the option of
said commissioners ten years after
iha rlnla thorcwf mnuf l.n nrnannffVl
for navment at the Chemical National i
hank in the city of New York, or at
the nm nf M W' Ttnrrla A. Comnanv.
fore the 15th day of November, 1905,
and that Interest thereon will cease
after said date.
(Signed) ALFRED ORUNSFELD,
J. A. SUMMERS, Clerk.
New Tailor Shop.
A. J. MorelH, the well known tailor
has reopened a tailor shop on North
First street, where he Is ready to
ciean, press and repair ladles' and
gents' clothing. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicit
SPECIAL FOR SATURDAY, CON
CORD GRAPES, PER BASKET, 40
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
Good Things to Eat.
NEW DRIED FRUIT
BULK CHILI RELISH
GERMAN DILL PICKLES
HEINZ' SWEET PICKLES
BULK MINCE MEAT
'THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.,
Good Things to Eat.
when all the good features that
could be desired In a perfect clothing
store are added together
What Is the sum?
PERFECT STORE ORGANIZATION
- I PLUMBING ljr
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
Call and Examine the Beautiful Goods
Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
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 SOUTHWEST
, 11 WHITNEY COMPANY 11
113-1 15-M7 South Fin Street J 401-403 North Fkri Street
Thr nntv Short CirArr Lunch
Room in tneCity.- Fine Coffee F
aspect. 2 1 6 S. Second St. E
HOME MADE PICCALILLI
(T 8ARATOGA CHIPS,
Stoves repaired and set up; furni
ture aet up, and crated for shipment.
Hear of Walton's drug store.
L. H. SHOEMAKER.
See the window display of the Wo
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
Or between meals, any time, In
fact, one of our "La Plata Ea
gles" is a delightful smoke. They
have a delicious flavor, and are
good clear through, from end to
end. They please the most crit
ical smoker. This Is only one 9
of the many good things la our
stock of choice cigars. We men
tion a few others to show you
Don Florlo, 3 for 25o
Don Recardo, 2 for 25o
High Life 5o
Dependable, 5c Little Sultano, 6o
M HIICClDnLT Two BlStores
IIS West RsHroa Ave. 107 South Stand St. UUOOAI1UI I , "
SUBSCRIBE FOR THE CITIZEN IF YOU WANT THE HEWS
Darning stockings is a waste of,
time when you can buy new ones at
such low pi Ices as we offer them.
"Ulack Cat" hosiery, for Men, Women
and Children, 12V.-C to 25c a pair at
U. May's shoe store, 314 West Rail
rf B7 r
which can be found only on Stein-Bloch
Overcoats, prevents the fashionable, snug
fitting collar from crocking the white linen
collar beneath it. Can you imagine an
improvement to overcoats that could be
any more welcome to wearers than this?
Overcoats, $12.50 to $30
CHAS. F. MYERS.
E. J. POST CO.
I I A RDWARE
Now is the Time
To get your Stove Work done before the rush. Quick Meal, John
Van & Pacific Ranges; Radiant Home and Perfection Home Base
Burners; Mountain Oak and Groat Western Heaters. The most com
plete line In the city,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HOT BLAST HEATERS
QUICK Mr At
QUICK MEAL RANGES.
JVff VI A I - I V
Witt: l-i jv rTc-T
tlV.TW oUKK-wy I'li uruH ;l;
We Have a Special Scissor
For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut stroke. We carry many
different sizes and styles to select from. Try a WIssi
Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re
volvers and Automatic Pistols, Studebaker Buggies and Wagons, Eclipse
Wind Mills, STAURETT'S Machinist Toors a specialty.
122 South C I MAOUDIIDM OA 119 West
i. imt iinoiiuui in uu.
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico