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ALHUOUEKOUE KVEN1KG CITIZEN.
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Several dollars are required to eci a really pood pair of shoes
you pay too Utile, you get trah. ami if you pay too much, you are
paying for a nauie or a fad. At this store, we steer a middle course.'
We do not sell shoes so cheap that they canmrt. wear, nor do we ask
fancy prices. This Is a popular, reliable, dependable shoe store. Come
and see us.
Mens Reliable Shoes .,$2.00 to $4.00
Women's Reliable Shoes $2.00 to $4.00
Children's Reliable Shoes $1.00 to $2.50
Babies' Reliable Shoes.. .50 to $1.25
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A FALL IN CANNED GOODS.
Especially as to prices Is certain to
please you. With tbe Incoming tide
of fresh vegetables and fruits, we
niust get rid of our canned stock fine
as It Is and our reduced prices will
make them move In a hurry. Mark
you: they're Just as good and sweet
as the day they were "put Up," but
out they must go, to your great bene
fit. Hurry up It you want any.
F. F. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
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I The Triumph of the Piano Maker
mere are unaouoieaiy gooa qualities in every standnra piano, aw
THE GENUINE CHICKERING ,
The triumphant result of over So years of endeavor. Is admitted to be
Uie standard of superiority for every good quality that any piano
could possess. "
TI I K WI IITSOX L UJS I C CO.
114 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Lttmbeg,
Sash, Doors,
Glass,
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofing. Mailorders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
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ANNOUNCEMENT
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THIS IS THE TIME OF YEAR
I" AT YOU HAVE OCCASIONAL
THOUGHTS OF XMAS. BY NOV.
EMBER 1 THE RUSH FOR XMAS
WORK AT OUR STUDIO BECOMES
HARD TO HANDLE. IT IS TO Dl
VIDE THIS NOVEMBER RUSH
WITH THIS MONTH THAT WE
MAKE THE FOLLOWING OFFER:
TROM OCTOBER 1 TO NOVEMBER
1 WE WILL GIVE ONE 11x14 EN
LARGED PORTRAIT WITH EVERY
DOZEN OF OUR GENUINE PLAT-'
INUM CABINET FOLDER PHOTOS.
IT IS OBVIOUS TO ALL THAT THIS
AFFORD8 AN EXCELLENT
CHANCE TO OBTAIN A HANDSOME
XMAS GIFT AT VERY LITTLE
COST. MOON & KELEHER, MAK
ERS OF FINE PORTRAITS.
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DIAMONDS
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fou to rr: "?.v.m1- ".r right, we iBT.u
o W- U L H J J
WA TCHES.
Mail orders
diamond goods we are offering: also
JEWELRY, SILVERWARE. ETC.
receive special attention.
RAILROAD AVENUE.
E VERI T T U3A UI NO j.bwelek
LOCAL AND
PliKSONAL
WEATHER INDICATIONS.
Sunday.
Generally fair tonight and
Warmer Sunday.
ANOTHER PIONEER
CLAIMED BY DEATH
MRS. ELIZABETH BAXTER, FOR
TWENTY-TWO YEARS A RESI
DENT Or ALBUQUERQUE, PASS
ES AWAY.
Las
Dr. li. II. Hollingsworth. of
Cruces, wns In the city today.
Mr. and Mrs. Sampson are running
the Mesa Itaneh Resort ami are In
shape to receive hoarders.
District Attorney H. It. Holt, of the
Third Judicial district, was in the
oily today from -Las Cruces.
Allan O. Kennedy, a civil engineer
of Santa IV, spent the day in Albu
querque on his way to El Paso.
J. G. Sutherland, district agent for
the Amour l'nckinn company, was a
passenper for t'errlllos this morning.
W. S. Hopewrll came in from Santa
Ke last night, and will enjoy the Sab
bath with Mrs. Hopewell and child
ren. A. A. Trimble has added Rome need
ed Improvements to his premises at
the corner of Arno street and TIJeras
avenue.
Mrs. W. II. Saunders, of Isleta, Is
here, spending the dar with her sis
ters. The lady will return home this
evening.
An enjoyable card party was given
last evening by the pupils of the High
school at the home of Luele Kdie,
North Second street.
C. N. Cotton, the big wholesale mer
chant of Gallup, arrived in the city
last night from the west and spent
the day here on business.
George C. Holden and family, of
Albany, Mo., have arrived In Albu
querque and will probably spend the
witner here if they can find a resi
dence.
Edward Russell, brother of Mrs. La
Bar, the weil known school teacher,
arrived last night from his Indiana
home, and will probably remain here
during the winter.
venceslao Jaramllla, of El Klto,
treasurer and ex-ofllelo collector of
Rio Arriba county, and a leading nol
iticlan of the territory, was a visitor
In the metropolis today.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Halin returned
nome last nignt. .Mrs. Hahn from a
visit to her daughter, Mrs. F. E. Nud-
Ing at Santa Fe, and Mr. Hahn from
a business triD to Denver.
The second annual ball of the Im
proved Order of Red Men will be held
at their hall, on Gold avenue, opposite
the office of The Citizen, on Thursday
evening, November 9. Tickets, fl.
J. O. Fisher and wife of Bay City
Mich., are spending a few days In Al
buquerque. Air. Fisher was a former
congressman from Michigan and was
recently a candidate for governor of
that state.
Mis9 Elizabeth Brown of Mexico
City, Is spending a few days in Albu-
qtierque on a visit to her sister, Mrs.
It. F. Asplund. After a few weeks in
niuuquerque .miss Brown will pro
ceed to California, where she will
spend .the winter months.
inrougn an error yesterday in re
porting the proceedings of tbe Wash
ington mine case, which is now occu
pying the attention of Judge Ablott.
of the district court. The Citizen stat-,
ed that Mrs. Lockhart was the plain
tiff In the case, when In fact, Henry
Lockhart Is the plaintiff.
Edward Grunsfeld, formerly New
Mexico manager for the Equitable
Life Assurance society, but now trav
eling salesman for the Blume Cloth
ing company of New York, arrived in
the city from the east last night and
will spend a few days on a visit to
relatives and old friends.
R. G. Marraoni of Lacuna, oronrie-
tor of the stage line from that uoint
to the nearby pueblo of Acoma and
kneantada, was in the city today at-
enaing to business. He renorts that
the tourist travel to the Indian pu
eblos in that vicinity Is heavier at
present than for some years.
The Choral club of the Highland
Methodist church, gave a social last
evening at the residence of J. D.
Emmons on South Walter street. Vo
cal and instrumental music and a
floral enigma were features of the
evening's entertainment, after which
light refreshments -were served.
Robert J. Steen; who sells coffee In
he southwest for a San Fracisco
house, is spending a couple of days In
the city. Mr. Steen bag Just returned
rom Kinraundy, 111., where he was
called on the sad mission of burvinir
his father. Mr. Steen will be remem-
ered by many of Albuaueruuo of a
iormer steward at the Alvarado.
Yesterday. The Citizen published a
lipping from the Thinidad Advertis
er, stating that John U Lauehlin. the
contractor and builder, intends to con
struct here "one of the biggest busi
ness blocks" In this city. At present
Mr. Laughlin Is out of the city, but a
telephone message from his oir.ee, au
thorizes this paper to announce that
the item in the Advertiser Is a mis
take. Mr. I-auhlin has great faith in
the future of Albuquerque, but. Is too
busy these days to erect any kind of
a building for himself.
Mrs. Eliza
pioneers of
has resided
passed . avm
daughter. Mi
.. ih P.axter, tine of the
Vbii'Pierque, where she
for twnty-two years,
at the homo of her
. .lames H. Smith, 67
South Seeotiil si row, at midnight last
night after n
weeks..
The ilecoiiM
Staffordshire.
During her b
l!:im ring Illness of ten
,1 was iKirn in Dailston,
K:igland, 79 years ago.
ig residence in this city
she made a host of friends who will
extend their heartfelt sympathy to the
bereaved daughter In this her hour of
affliction.
The funeral will if cur tomorrow af
ternoon at ;i o'eiock ut St. John's Epis
copal church. I!' V. A. G. Harrison con
ducting the services. Burial will In
in Falrvlew cemetery.
RECOVtRY OF MIS HARRI
SON IS NOW CERTAIN
J. E. Haines, who returned to the
city last nUht from a hunting trip in
the Glorleta mountains, tells a thrill
ing story oi an accident, which befell
Miss Harrison, daughter of J. W. Har
rison, of l'ecos Town, about a week
ago, and which came near ending in
her death.
Miss Harrison teaches the school at
Glorleta and rides to the school every
morning from her home at Pecos
Town. The early part of the week
her horse threw her one morning and
dragged her at least a hundred yards
where she was found In a gully by
some natives.
She was terribly bruised and un
conscious and at first It was thought
that she could not live. She nvrver
ed consciousness, however, shortly af
ter being found, and her ultimate re
covery is now almost certain.
; WTfoere to Worship
Baptist Church. Sunday school at
I-Ij a. m. Preaching by the pastor at
11 a. ni. and 7:30 p. m. Young Peo
ples' meeting at RMS p. m.
Lutheran German Church Sunday
school at. a : 4 ." a. m. German service
at 11 a. m. English service at 7:30 p.
m. German school, Saturday from 9
to 11:3d a. m. G. Wennlng, pastor.
Christian Church. Meets in the
Commercial Club building. Sunday
school at 10 a. m. Preaching by the
minister, E. E. Crawford, at 11 o'clock.
Evening lecture by Pres. W. G. Tight
on "The Freedom of the Individual
Conscience in Religious Thought."
First Methodist Episcopal Church
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.; preaching
service 11 a. hi. Special music. New
choir. Sermon by new pastor, Ke.
J. C. Rollins. Epworth League, G:30
p. m. Service of song, led by S.
Houghton. Evening service, 7:30 p.
m. Sermon by Rev. J. C. Rollins.
Special music.
Congregational Church, (On Broad
way, at the foot of the viaduct.) J.
W. Barron pastor. Morning service
at !1 o'chy;. Topic of sermon: "The
Divine CaiTand the Response." Sun
day school .at 10 a. m. Y. P. S. C. E.
at 6:30 p. m. Evening service at 7:30.
The pastor will speak on "Some Facts
Established in Religion."
' First Presbyterian Church (Elks'
Opera House.) Rev. Hugh A. Cooper,
pastor. Services at n m. and
7:3o p. m. Morning subiect.
"Power Through God's Spirit." Even
ing BUbject;,, "The Judgments of Men
and of God," Sunday school at 9:45
a. m. Young Peoples' meeting 6:30
P. m. The opera house is now com
fortably "heated. Strangers cordially
Invited. I
Danclna at the Caalnn
Don't forget tbe dances at the Ca
sino on Saturday and Sunday nights.
Excellent music and a good time as
sured all w ho attend.
See tho window display of the Rio
Orande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
ing skirts.
On your way home Saturday night,
urop into we zeieer cafe, have a ro d
bottle, some of our free lunch, and go
uoiuo nappy,
o
Subscribe for Thw Clttsen and get
the newt.
GOETZ'8PICALt.Lr AT MALOY'S
Notice.
All graduate nurses of the city are
requested to meet at room 32, Bar
nett building, Monday night, October
lo, at 7 p. m. to organize Nurses' As
sociation. Those unable to attend and
wishing to co-operate please send
their names. Mary P. Hunter, M. D.
Sunday after
Admission 2b
A. A. A. vs. A. M. C.
noon a,t Traction park
cents
WHEN YOU WANT MILL WORK
DONE, GO TO THE ALBUQUERQUE
PLANING MILL.
Everybody aaya so. What? That
tbe Zelger Cafe puts up the best Sat
urday night lunch In town.
A fine place to wblle away the
hours at the pool hall, No. 115 West
Railroad avenue.
GOETZ'S PICALILLI AT MALOY'S
Dancing at the Casino.
The regular Saturday and Sunday
night dances at the Caeino will be
given as usual. Today two large heat
ers were Installed In the auditorium,
and these will make it very comfortable.
FAT MEN AND THEIR SUITS
MADE TO FIT, READY-TO-WEAR
Life la a
(or the
finings.
Some men strive
In one direction.
Other strive In
another.
Some men per
fect battleships.
Others perfect
clothes. '
Just a few years
ago, a fat man
couldn't got a suit
to fit, outside a
merchant tailoring
shop. Today, It doesn't
continuous Btrlfe, usuallydifference, how
better
any
make
big and how fat a
man is, or how
small and fat he
may be, he can get
a perfect fitting
suit, ready to wear,
right here in this
store.
It shows how,
well some men are
perfecting clothes
the advancement
of things.
The suits are on
display in this
store. There are a
dozen different patterns. Prices range
$I2'S to $252
SIMON STERN
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHTT1R
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PLUMBING
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
WHITNEY COiyiPAN v
!J3-!15-M7 3outiFlnt Street 401-403 Norti. FV Stret
MERCHANTS 0C
The only Short Order Lunch
Room in theCitv. Fine Coffee F
aspecaity. 26 S. Second St. E
REPAIR SHOP.
Stoves repaired and set up; furnl
ture set up and crated for shipment.
St John's Episcopal Church Cor
ner of Fourth street and Silver ave
nue. Services tomorrow as follows: i rf nt wilt rn' rinicr irnrA
Holy communion at 7:30 a. m. Suu-j L. H. SHOEMAKBR.
day school at 10 a. m. Morning ! o
prayer and sermon at 11 a. m. Even-1 COME TO THE RUMMAGE SALE
Ing prayer and sermon at 7:30 p. m. : at 214 West Gold avenue, October 27
All seats free. Regular monthly busi
ness meeting of the guild Wednes
day, November 1, at 2:30 p. m. A. G.
Harriston, Retcor.
Roat chicken and oyster dressing
at the Columbus hotel tomorrow.
"fcftT-ITIMMM I
(Dp) ii ) SSt and
The main facts in our new fall and
winter shoos for men, women and chil
dren are here. Good style, good fit,
good comfort, good wear. All leathers
$1 to $4. C. May's popular priced shoe
store, 314 West Railroad avenue.
and 28, under the auspices of the la
dies of the First Congregational
church. Clothing, boots and shoes
and miscellaneous articles, at lowest
prices. Home cooking and candy, la
plenty and variety.
One or the nicest places In the city
Is tho pool hall, No. 115 West Rail
road avenue. Call and enjoy yourself.
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AFTER DINNER
Or between meals, any time, tn
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
our values:
Don Florlo, 3 for 25o
Don Recardo, 2 for 25c
High Life Be
Dependable, 5c Little Sultano, 5o
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IS West Railroad Ave. iu luuth Second St
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or
We offer for ten days only any Suit
Overcoat in our West window for Fifteen
Dollars. vStudy the window and com-
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E. L. WAvOTBURN CO.
119 West Gold Avenue 122 SoutH Second Street
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CHAS. F. MYERS.
J. POST OO.
Proprietors
WM. M'INTOSH.
WHOLKSALl:
HARDWARE
IvKTAIFj
Now is the Time
To get your Stove Woik done before the rush. Quick Meal, John
Van & Pacific Ranges; Radiant Home and Perfection Home Base
Burners; Mountain Oak and G eat Western Heaters. The most com
plete line In tbe city,
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HOT BLAST HEATERS.
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QUICK MEAL RANGES.,
WICK MEAL.
3-.
QUICK MtAL
quick Pr'?----..t
Slip
We Have a Special Scissor
and Shear
For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut stroke. We carry many
different sizes and styles to select from. Try a Wissi
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Agents for 1
Winchester Rlflea and Shotguns. Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re
rolvers and Automatic Pistols, Studebaker Buggies and Wagons, Eclipse '
Wind Mills. STARRETT'S Machinist Tools a specialty.
No. 215 Weat Railroad Avenue - Albuquerque, New Mexico

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