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ALHUOUEHOUK EVENLNG CITIZEN
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1905.
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MEN'S WORK SHOES
THIS IS A
MEDIUM HEAVY, JUST THE THING FOR
UPPERS ARE MADE OF KANGAROO CALF.
LEATHER, EASY ON THE FOOT, AND WILL NOT CRACK OR
SKIN. THEY HAVE HEAVY SINGLE SOLES AND ONE-PIECE
LEATHER INSOLES. THE VAMPS ARE CUT FULL LENGTH
AND LASTED UNDER THE TOE. HEAVY TWILL IS USED FOR
THE LINING. THIS PREVENTS WRINKLES AND MAKES THE
SHOE COMPORTABLE. ALL SEAMS ARE STITCHED WITH EX
TRA STRONG THREAD, AND IF THEY SHOULD RIP WE WILL
6EW THEM UP FREE OF CHARGE.
Generally fair tonight and Wednes
day. Colder tonight. Warmer Wednesday.
Cap Toe Lace
Plain Toe Lace
A FALL IN CANNED GOODS.
Especially as to prices Is certain to
please you. With the Incoming tide
of fresh vegetables and fruits, we
must get rid of our canned stock fine
as It Is and our reduced prices will
make them move In a hurry. Mark
yon: 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 If you want any.
F. F. TROTTER
Noa. 118 and 120, South Second St,
The Triumph of the Piano Maker
There are undoubtedly good qualities In every standard plana, uui
THE GENUINE OHICKERINO
The triumphant result of over 80 years of endeavor. Is admitted to be
the standard of superiority for every good quulity that any piano
TINS WIIITSON MUSIC CO.
114 SOUTH SECOND OTREET.
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofi ng. . Mailorders PromptlyQFilled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
THIS 18 THE TIME OF YEAR
THAT . YOU HAVE OCCASIONAL
TH0UGHT8 OF XMAS. BY NOV
EMBER 1 THE RUSH FOR XMAS
WORK AT OUR 8TUDIO BECOMES
HARD TO HANDLE. IT 18 TO DI
VIDE THI8 NOVEMBER RUSH
WITH THI8 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 OBVIOU8 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.
D TAMO N 3D S
vVhen lought rli;ht are a Rood lnve'atment. Our prices are right We tnvltt
you to cxA and examine the beautif j diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mail orders receive special attention.
LEA Ol NO J EWELER
A. H. darnel t. of Kstaneia, was here
tli" piiBt few days on biinine.s.
Attorney II. C. (iortner of Santa Ft',
was Irani-act inx -legal business in Al
F. F. Trotter, t lit' grocer, returned
hst night from a shot t business trip
to the territorial capital.
Miss Biliweinho!:, rerently of lie-
cauir, III., lias ac.'einou a cierKMiip
it the Economist dry goods tore. .
Holy communion will he celebrated
at St. John s Kpiseopai cnurcn tomor
row. All Saln'"s day, at !:;" a. ni.
The regular monthly business meet
ing of tin) Guild wi.l be held nt I lie
Guild hall tomorrow at 2::i0 p. m.
Miss Katlu'ilne Helner, of Decatur,
III., who has been spending some time
u Santa Fe, is Uie guest of Albuquer
The ladies of the German Frauen
Veiein will meet with Mrs. John
Sehroeder, 713 South Broadway, al 2
p. m. tomorrow.
Mrs. J. C. Woodrlcli, who lias been
here visiting her son, A. W. Woodrich,
will return to her home in Chicago
W. S. Ill iV. of Denver, president ot
the E.ectric Light and Power com-
panv. Is looking after business in Al
buquerque for a few days.
Herman Hleuher, of Old Albuquer
que, lelt last nignt lor MccracKon,
Kans., where he goes to purchase a
car load of high-bred horses.
S. W. Dietrich, formerly superintend
ent of the E.ectrlct Light anil water
companies, left last night for Cali
fornia, where he will make his future
The Non-Sectarian Benevolent soci
ety will meet tomorrow afternoon at
2:30 o'clock at the office of F. W.
Clancy, the attorney, u the N. T.
Mrs. T. B. Bowen, wife of Engineer
Bowen of Las Vegas, returned home
this morning after a pleasant visit in
the city with Mr. and Mrs. .1. H. Stew
art, of 416 West Coal avenue.
Manager Fields, of the Hoimes Sup-
p'y company, at Isleta. is in the city
on business. He states his company
Intends to build a more commodious
$tnre house ot Isleta in a short time.
Carl Vogel, the general merchant
and sheep raiser of Cabezon, who Is
in the city, today received a consign
ment of ui'O lambs from tne Cabezon
district vvhlch he has sold to Colorado
Mrs. W. A. Smith and daughter,
Miss Myrtle, who have resided af. Gal
lup for a number of years and who
are well known In this city, have gone
to Bakersfleld, California, where they
will reside In the future.
The New Mexico board of dental ex
aminers will bold its next meeting at
Las Vegas on the 6th and 7th of No
vember. It will be well for those de
siring to take examinations before the
board to keep these dates In mind.
The rummage sale given by the lad
les of the Congregational church at
214 West 3oid avenue closed last eve
ning. The sale was a success In ev
ery particular and the ladies disposed
of everything they had in stock, thus
realizing a good sum which will be
placed In the church, fund.
Rev. G. L. Patterson and mother are
spending a few days In the city. Mr.
Patterson will be remembered as a for.
nier pastor of a Gallup church, and
previous to which time he Instructed
a boys' band In this city. They came
In from their old Michigan home and
rumor has It that they may reside here
In the future.
Mrs. J. A. HJbbs left this morning
for Wlllard, on the Santa Fe Central,
where Bhe will attend a house-warm
lngn given by Mr and Mrs. Wlillam
McMillen, formerly of this city. Mr.
McMUlen, who is bookkeeper for the
John Becker company at Wlllard, has
built a new house at Willard and the
opening will be celebrated by a party,
Rev. J. M. Kendrick, bishop of the
Episcopal church for New Mexico and
Arizona and El Paso, fs In the city,
isiting members of St. John's Episco
pal church. The bishop's resideuce
and headquarters are Phoenix and his
last visitation was at Gallup. He will
remain here until Thursday morning,
and then go to Santa Fe, thence to
Farmington, San Juan county.
Those who nave enjoyed "Uncle
Josh Spruceby" in times past, will
not need any urging, and to those who
have neved enjoyed that pleasure, we
can say, look In on "Uncle Josh
Spruceby" and you will know that
you have put In a pleasant evening,
and only regret that the time passed
so quickly. At the Elks' theater, to
morrow, (Wednesday) night, Novem
Former Deputy Sheriff C. E. New
comer and Deputy United States Mar
shal John Byrne have gone to San
Fiancisco with seven Chinamen who
are to be deported. The clunks were
arrested In the southern part of the
territory while trying to cross the
Mexican border Into the United States.
Three were tried at Las Cruces and
four of 1 hetn were ordered deported
by the tinted States commissioner at
Col W. M. Merger, secretary of the
Helen Ton and Improvement com
pany, wlii"1 was here the past couple
ol days on business, returned south
last nkhi. ivfore leaving for the
south, he called al. The Citizen office,
find being a printer, complimented In
high-sounding words the well displayed
advertisement of the company In this
paper. H" wns so Well pleased that
lie ordered 5, circulars to be print
ed of i lie advertisement for general
circulation throughout the southwest.
Col. John Becker is the president of
I thp roimianv.
H. F.. Ff-x, the Second street jewel
er, who went to Chicago to purchase
a tine stock of holiday goods, returned
to the city last night and was at the
store this morning busily engaged in
arranging for the goods. George W.
Hlckox, of Santa Fe, who will take
charge of the Mofe on account of a
recent purchase, after January 1, Is
taking, us he Mated this morning, a
"post-graduate course" "tofore assum
Oreste Unchechl, of tlw wholesale
liquor firm of llachecbl & Gioml. re
turned to the city last night after a
sojourn of several months in the old
country and principally In Italy. Mrs.
Bachochi and chi.dren are expected
to arrive in a week or ten days.
C. V. Fiant has been promoted from
a clerkship at the local olllees to the
position of division store keeper at
Gallup. The office Is Just newly cre
ated and will go Into commission to
District Clerk V. E. Dame and Geo
K. Neher returned last night from a
several davs' hunting trip to the Pe
cos. They report quite a heavy snow
in the mountains and game plentiful.
Clifton Hill, for years In the general
merchandise business at Isleta, has
gone to Mountainair, wnere ne win
again engage In mercantile pursuits.
I. A. Montoya, deputy under Sheriff
Perfecto Armijo. will leave tomorrow
morning for a trip to Willard and Tor
rance on official business.
November 1. "Uncle Josh Spruce
by." November 2 "The Chaperones."
November 9 Second annual ball ot
Improved Order of Red Men, at Red
$5 TO $10 SAVED ON EVERY
SEND FOR YOUR FOLKS NOW.
PAULSEN, THE RAILROAD TICKET
BROKER, WILL GET THEM HERE
CHEAP. 114 WEST RAILROAD
I PAY THE HIGHEST CASH
PRICE FOR YOUR RAILROAD
TICKETS. SEE ME BEFORE YOU
SELL OR BUY. PAUL8EN'S ASSO
CIATION TICKET OFFICE, 114
WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
"Generally debilitated for years.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambi
tion, wns worn out and all run down.
Burdock's Blood Bitters made nie a
well woman." Mrs. Chas. Freltoy,
Fresh Cut Flower.
IVES, THE FLORIST.
Stoves repaired and set up: furnl
ture set up and crated for shipment.
near ot vtaitons drug store.
L. H. SHOEMAKER,
"Drip, drip, drlp,oil everywhere"
better cook with safe gaa.
Call at 110 West Gold avenue for
embroideiy materials of all kinds
Orders taken for hand made Christ
mas gifts. Stamping done.
BOUND OVER TO
NEXT GRAND JURY.
This afternoon. H. H. Whiting, the
United States commissioner, had be
fore him one W. Custer, charged with
entering a sealed car of the Santa Fe
railway. The commissioner found the
evidence very strong against Custer,
and bound him over to the next grand
Jury of this county.
See tho window dlsp:ay of the Rio
Grande Woolen Mills at the Globe
store, then ask for those $3.50 walk
FAT MEN AND THEIR SUITS
MADE TO FIT, READY-TO-WEAR'
Life Is a continuous strife, usually difference,
for the better
Some men strive
In one direction.
Other strive In
"Some men per
Just a few years
ago, a fat man
couldn't get a suit
to "fit, outside a
shop. Today, It doesn't
and how fat a
may be, he can get
a perfect Dtting
unit, ready to wear,
right here In thl
It shows how
well some men ara
The suits are on
display In this
store. There are
dozen different patterns
$J2-o to $25S2
THE RAILROAD AVENUE CLOTHIER
A new postofflce has been establish
ed at Plnovlie, Socorro county, wltn
Jose M. Baca as postmaster.
Trvln C. Nelson has been appointed
postmps.ier at Mllagros, In Hell can
GRAND LODGE OF MASONS
GATHERED AT MACON.
Macon. Ga., Oct. 31. The lWh
Grand Ixidge meeting of the Masons
of the state of Georgia opened here
today with a large attendance from all
parts of the state. Macon Is the head
quarters of the Masons of the state,
and all their grand lodge meetings
are held here, but this year's meeting
Is of especial importance and the at
tendance larger than ever before. Ex
tensive preparations fof the entertain
ment of the vlsting delegates 'have
been made and they will be the guests
of the state fair for one whole day.
STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING
Call and Examine the Beautiful Gooda
Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
MOODY CHURCH PASTOR
WILL REMAIN ABROAD.
London, Oct. 31. The Rev. Reuben
A. Torrey. the famous evangelist, wno
Is considered the successor of Moody,
has decided not to return to the
United States, at least, not for some
years. - With Charles M. Alexander,
the revivalist, he is still in Plymouth,
conducting a successful mission there.
He intends to resign his pastorate of
the Moody Church in Chicago, to re
lieve the congregation of the neces
sity of having a temporary pastor dur
ing liis absence.
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
;f I! WHITNEY COMPANY I ift
I13-MS-117 South Fwt Street J 401-403 North Ffert Strtct
The only Short Order Lunch
Room In theOtv. Fine Coffee r
a specialty. 2 1 6 S. Second St. E
For a limited time we will give
with every 25-cent pipe, one 10-cent
package of Gold Shore plug cut smok
ing tobacco, free. Henry Westerfeld,
207 Railroad avenue.
A fine place to while away the
hours at the pool hall, No. 115 West
We offer today a men's work shoe
at $2, that looks neat, fits well and
feels easy right from the beginning.
It Is unexcelled in wear. We invite
you to examine this shoe and com
pare it with the grade you have been
getting at this price, and you'll agree
with us that this shoe Is an excep
tional good value. C. May's Bhoe
store, 314 West Railroad avenue.
0. W. Strong's Sons
Superintendents Falrvlew and
Santa Barbara Cemeteries.
' 201-211 N. Second St., Both Phones.
Or between meals, any time, hi
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. Tbey 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.... ...... 25o
Don Recardo, 2 for 25o
High Life S
Dependable, 5c Little Sultano, 5o
ii nn??iDnrc TwsBi?stnrp y
IS West Railroad Ave. -17 iouth Second St. 11. UUOOHI1UI I , T
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We offer for ten days only any vSuit or
Overcoat in our West window for Fifteen
Dollars. $tudy tne window and com
pare values. f fJ p
E. L. WAvOTBURN CO.
119 West Gold Avenue p 122 South Second Street
B. J, POST '& OO.
CHAS. F. MYERS.
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 O eat Western Heaters. The most com
plete line In the city, Jf J4l!il2llliil
AT LOWEST PRICES.
HOT BLAST HEATERS.
QUICK MEAL RANGES.,
W M ' 'r ouie SM, L i,.'u'.u 1 !'
We Have a Special Scissor
For everybody who wants to make a clean-cut stroke,
different sizes and styles to select from. Try a Wlasi
We carry many
Winchester Rifles and Shotguns, Winchester Ammunition, Colt's Re
volvers and Automatic Pistols, Studebaker Buggies and Wagons, Ecllpss
Wind Mills, STARRETT'S Machlulbt Tools a specialty.
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico