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ALHUOUEKOUK KVKNING CITIZEN.
MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1905.
. Every pair Kiiarantee.il to give eat is-
factlnn In fit ana wear. Prims the 5
v very lowest. X
4 rT$f Men s Patent Colt Shoes, 4
' $3.50 to $4.00 J
T . f. .Men s Vicl Kid Shoes,
1 StyllSfili 3.00to4.00 9
2 .M n's Hox Calf Shoes, $
9 $1.65 to $2.25 9
2 Fall aEd TTt km i350toAOO 2
X m-tt. . Ladles' Vlcl Kid Shoes,
2 vvi miles !2i5!?$i5?
0 Ladies' Dongola Shoes, 0
X $1.65 to $2.25 f
4 Shoes for Boys or Girls,
9 J $1.00 to $2.25 9
With food preparations from F. P.
Trotter's grocery la thorough assur
ance that you are starting the day.
rlfxht. 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
Kos. 11S and 120, South Second St.
I The Triumph of the Piano Maker
There are undoubtedly good qualities In every standard piano. But
THE GENUINE CHICKERINQ
The triumphant result of over 80 years of endeavor. Is admitted to be
the standard of superiority for every good quality .that any piano
TIIK WIIITSOX MUSIC CO.
4 114 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Ltrnifeer, SasJ ; Doors'
WJL 9 Glass,
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofi ng. Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and 'Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
homo at AtrV.-1 "i. Kan., and to the
Important tn.w- Npw Meilco. on
the Rock Islnn ! Mr. Ineall says that
Tuounicari an ; H.mta Hosa have not
made inurli t-nt'i since the boom
!i the railroad, and
THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR
THAT YOU HAVE OCCASIONAL
THOUGHT8 OF XMAS. BY NOV
EMBER 1 THE RUSH FOR XMAS
WORK AT OUR STUDIO BECOMES
HARD TO HANDLE. IT IS TO DI
VIDE THIS NOVEMBER RUSH
WITH THIS MONTH THAT WE
MAKE THE FOLLOWING OFFER:
FROM OCTOBER 1 TO NOVEMBER
t WE WILL GIVE ONE 11x14 EN
LARGED PORTRAIT WITH EVERY
DOZEN OP 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 t KELEHER, MAK
ERS OF FINE PORTRAITS.
When tongbt right are a good investment. Our prices are right We Invltt
you to Coil and examine the beautlf ui diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday;
Iters Reddow, of Callup, was tran
sacting busiiie.-s in the metropolis to
ri a v.
Contractor Wallace Hesseldon and
v,ife spent Sunday on a Visit to friends
Hon. Solomon Luna, who was here
last Saturday, went south to Los Lunas
Mrs. Frank Johnson, of San Marclnl,
Is spending a few days in Albuquerque
on a visit to friends.
Mis. K. Wood Davis has purchased
lots 1 ami 2. block 4S, in the Eastern
addition to the Highlands.
General Manager Jones of the Amer
ican Lumber company, left last night
ror the east, on a business trip.
W. A. Bayer, secretary to Senator1
W. II. Andrews, was a passenger
for Santa Fe on this morning's train.
It. P. Hall, proprietor of the AIdu-
querque Foundry and Machine Shops,
has returned from a trip to California.
A. N. Pratt, a retired capitalist, Is
In the city representing Edle lodge
No. 21, A. F. & A. M., of Carlsbad, at
the grand lodge.
The regular meeting of Mineral
lodge, No. 4, Knights of Pythias, will
be held this evening at their castle
hall In the Ellis' building.
Mrs. John Belknap, wife of the su
perintendent of the American Lumber
company, at Ketner, accompanied by
her son, Is In the city on a short visit.
Robert Dross, the expert account
ant, has removed his office from 2114
South Second street, to the office of
W. P. Metcalf, at 321 West Gold avenue.
Mike Marline., an ex-polieeman of
this city, left last Saturday night for
Mexico. He will go to work in one of
the shops of the Mexican Central rail
Pen Jaffa, of the Jaffa Grocery com
pany, left this morning on a business
trip to Chicago. Mr. Jafra expects to
be absent from the city for a couple of
Regular review of Alamo Hive No.
1. L. O. T. M., at Odd Fellows hall
Tuesday afternoon, Actober 17, at 2:30
sharp. The ladies will give .their
usual monthly tea.
Hon. Eugenlo Romero, territorial
coal oil Inspector, and treasurer and
ex-otnelo collector of San Miguel conn
ty, Is in the city from Las Vegas, at
tending to official business.
Mrs. A. L. Hobbs, Mrs. J. P. Schroo
der and daughter, Miss Mildred, of
Katon, are in the city visiting the for
mer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. Alns-
worth, 214 Garfield avenue.
John T. Bolton, head of the grocery
department of the Joyce, Pruitt com
pany of Carlsbad, Is in the city rep
resenting chapter No. 9, A. F. & A. M.,
and becoming acquainted with the me
William Shaw, a new comer from
Trinidad, Is fitting up a billiard par
lor in the rear of the Gusaroff cigar
store on Railroad avenue. The par
lors will be opened the middle of this
Mrs. Mary Wakefield, who has been
spending several weeks in Albuquer
que, on a visit to her mother, Mrs. L.
Foutz, of 1111 North Second street,
left this morning for her home at Kan
sas City, Mo.
Superintendent C. J. Crandall, of the
United States Indian Industrial school
at Santa Fe, who attended the cere
monlal session of the M'ystic Shriners,
was a passenger for the Capital City
Special communication of Temple
lldge, No. 6, A. F. & A. M., this even
ing, at 8 o'clock. Work in the E. A
degree. By order of the W. M. J. C,
Miss Oro Wagner, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. A. Wagner, of 209 florth
Second street, left Sunday evening for
lxs Angeles, Cal., where she will
spend the winter.
Hon. M. R. Otero, register of the
United States land office at Santa Fe,
returned to the capital this morning
after spending yesterday In the city,
on a visit to his family.
N. G. Dye, of Sutton, rk., arrived
In the city yesterday and will spend
several weeks In Albuquerque, on a
visit to his brother, J. A. Dye, of the
Crescent Lumber company.
Mr. and Mrs. John O'Brien left this
morning for their liome at Xenia, 111.,
after a pleasant visit In the city with
their daughters Misses Alice, Clara
and Katherlne' u'Brlen, of 208 South
Attorney Ellsworth Ingalls, of the
Indian depredation claims department,
has returned to his headquarters here
from a trip which took him to his
Ing hack and :
of the latter .
the El Paso N
mny lie mover
Charles (!. I
recently of S:
. i -sin. The people
a e thoroughly tls
:,c prospect of losing
!i-rn shops, which
i i:l Paso.
il of Las Vegas, but
isky, ()., who has suc
ceeded A. P. S:iiil!i' i of this city as
postofl'ice ii.s lor for New Mexico
and Ailzona. m lv ii in Santa Fe Fri
day evening "wr the Santa Fe Cen
tral, and In- i led the local postof
fiee on SatuHiy. It Is understood
he;e that Plieil will make- Al
buquerque hN !nnie and headquarters.
S. C. Jack!'i. formerly manager of
the Ameriear. Lumber company, came
In from south : n California this morn
ing, whore hi- went a week lago on
biiHlness. Mr. Jackson will remain
hero a few days, md then proceed to
Marshall, MicY. where he will engage
In the lumber business with his' father-in-law,
G. T.. l.amb.
Frank .Tohn.-'n. the lea-ding butcher
of San Marc!.'!, is in the city attend
ing tho grainl lodge. Mr. Johnson Is
a delegate to the grcl lodge from
Hiram lodge No. 1!), A. F. & A. M.,
which thrive in San Marclal. the
little railroad town had three candi
dates to tTie Shrine, whlcfrTJId things
V. S. Mlera. a well known stock
raiser and me: chant of Cuba, np in the
Xacimlento country. Is here today on
business. He reports his section of
Sandoval county in fine condition for
stock raising, and says the sheep and
cattle are now in prime condition for
R. M. Turner, district attorney of
Grant county, was among the morning
arrivals in the city. Mr. Turner Is a
delegate from the Silver City lodge.
No. 8, A. F. & A. M.. to the grand
lodge, which Is in session here, and
will be In session until tomoirow night.
Not the least, enjoyable feature of
Stowe's "Ten Nights in a Bar Rix)m"
company Is the program of classical
music furnished by their symphony
orchestra, under the leadership of
Prof. Raymond Hadley. At Elks'
Opera House, Thuisday, Oct. 19th.
The city council will not meet to
night, as was previously announced.
Mayor McKee postpones the meeting
until tomorrow (Tuesday) afternoon,
at 3:30 o'clock, at the office of Clerk
Lee, in the N. T. Armijo building.
Mrs, Edward N. Rich, who has been
at St. Joseph's hospital for the past
two weeks recovering from an opeia
tion, has sufficiently recovered so as
to bo able to return to her home on
North Fifth street.
Dr. L. E. Ervin is making some ex
tensive impmvements to his office in
the Barnett Mock. He has Just com
pleted installing an electric porcelain
furnace In connection with his ofaer
J. W. Chasten and W. L. Cockmon,
two new arrivals from the east, have
purchased lots 1 and 7 In blocks 31
and 32, in tho Eastern Highlands ad
dition, and will at once begin the erec
tion of dwellings.
Colonel W. II. Greer, of the Albu
querque Traction company, will leave
tonight after the fair meeting for
southern New Mexico, and will proba-
uly be absent several days.
Read the fair meeting call, published
elsewhere in today's Citizen, and at
tend the meeting tonight, up stairs
over Zelger's cafe.
A big sit,'u announcing tho "General
Arthur Cigar," was put up tor J. H
O'Rielly k Co., this afternoon.
CALL FOR BERNALILLO COUNTY
The county 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 tho funding bonds dated July
1, 1895, issued In two series, known
as A and B, respectively, consisting
of 102 bonds of $500 each, numbered
1 to 102 both inclusive, of series A,
and 13t bonds of $100 each, numbered
1 to 139, both Inclusive, of series B,
which are payable at the option of
said commissioners ten yea.rs after
the date thereof, must be presented
for payment at the Chemical National
hank in the city of New York, or at
the office of N, W. Harris & company,
In the city of Chicago, III., on or be
fo;e the 15th day of November, 1905,
and that Interest thereon will cease
after said date.
(Signed) ALFRED GRUNSFELD.
J. A. SUMMERS, Clerk.
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
New Tailor Shop.
A. J. Morelli, the well known tailor
has reopened a tailor hop on 'North
First street, where he Is ready to
clean, press and repair ladles' and
gents' clothing. Suits made to order.
Patronage of former customers solicit
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
GOETZ'S PICALILLI AT MALOY'8
When all the good features that
could be desired In a perfect clothing
store are added together
What Is the sum?
PERFECT STORE ORGANIZATION
DEFECTIVE QUADRANT BOLT
CAUSES SCALDING OF ENGINEER
The "quadrant bolt" of engine No,
850 blew out Just weBt of Isleta this
morning, and the steam rushing into
the aperture scalded Engineer Bryant
of 605 South Second street, who was
at the throttle, about the fae and
neck severely. The accident occurred
about 9 o'clock, and the Injured en
gineer was brought to this city by
Engineer Fred Leo, about noon, and
taken to the Santa Fe hospital, where
Dr. Cutter dressed the scalded por
tions. The scalds amount to blisters
and the Injuries are not considered of
a serious nature.
A HANDSOME SPOON. WITH EV
ERY PURCHASE OF CUDAHY EX
TRACT OF BEEF. DEMONSTRA
TION NOW GOING ON AT OUR
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.,
"Good Things to Eat."
l PLUMBING I
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 Fitting3, Hose,
Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
Harness, Saddles, Leather, Ranch Supplies. Write for Prices
LARGEST STOCK IN THE SOUTH WEST
113-115-117 South Tint Street J 401-403 North Fir Stt
Tli nnlw Short Order Lunch
Room in thtCity. Fine Coffee F
a Specialty. ic e c..n,i c J5
m. u u ubuui y uii
HOME MADE PICCALILLI
IT AND V
- r, a r A Trr K ruiDQ Tt
Stoves repaired and set up; furni
ture set up and crated for shipment.
Hear of Walton's drug store.
L. H. SHOEMAKER.
See the window display of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
IIS West Radroa Ave. - M South !cnd
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
of the many good things in our
stock of choice cigars. We men
tion a few others to show you
Don Florlo, 3 for 25 o
Don Recardo, 2 for 25o
High Life fc
Dependable, 5c Little Sultano, So
s, M. GUSSAROFF,7!!
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Darning stockings Is a waste of
time when you can buy new ones at
such low pi Ices as we offer them.
"Black Cat" hosiery, for Men, Women
and Children, 12'ic to 25c a pair at
C. May's shoe store, 314 West Rail
l& Smatf Clothes M
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?
Ovetcoats, $12.50 to $30
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
CHAS. F. MYERS.
B. J. POST & OO.
Now is the Time
To got your Stove Worldone before 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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omen SHU ! g-A l i; i
I J t i . . . i. R r.inii I w. I 1 m i
i ::;-...Tr-'. t ?
We Have a Special Scissor
For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut strolte. We carry many
different sizes and styles to select from. Try a Wlssj
Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re
volvers and Automatic Pistols, Studebaker Buggies and Wagons, Eclipse
Wind Mills, STARRETT'S Machinist Tools a specialty.
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue - Albuquerque, New Mexico