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AL1JUOUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1906.
sorosis Shoes (Or women
Are drawing cards'. The champing styles shown In the new models,
prove that tjiey possess all the ftraoe and beauty which has made
them famous. One particular claim about them is that they fit the
average pocket book as well as the foot to perfection.
ALL STYLES SELL AT THE UNIFORM PRICE OF
STYLE 1. Black Ki.t. narrow toe. light extension sole, military heel.
STYLE 3. Blark Kid. medium wide toe, light extension sole, opera
STYLE 9. Ulack Kid, wide too, heavy extension sole, low heel.
STYLE 27. Box Calf, wide toe. extra heavy sole, low heel.
STYLE 402 Cloth Top, round toe. light turn Bole, Cuban heel.
Remember Thanksgiving! '
It's rapidly approaching, and re
member also that our store affords
the best facilities for the selection of
the best groceries and table deli
cacies. Everything that tends to
make your Thanksgiving dinner a
source of gastronomic delight, will be
found in our stock, which lias been
most carefully provided for th
F. r. TROTTER
Nos. 118 and 120, South Second St.
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofing. Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, -. Albuquerque, N. M.
. Fair and
colder tonight. Friday,.
The Triumph of the Piano Maker
There are undoubtedly good qualities In every atandard piano, cut
THE GENUINE CHICKERING
The triumphant result of over 10 years of endeavor, li admitted to be
the standard of superiority for every good quality that aav piano
THE WIIITNON MUSIC CO.
' 114 SOUTH SECOND dTREET.
fj stationery, j
It la easy to find
Newcomer Book and Art Store
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
Our line of holiday goods ia now nearly complete.
NEW LINE OF BLANK BOOKS
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY
Records and Supplies.
' When bought right are a good investment. Our prices are right We lnvlta
you to call and examine the beautl nl diamond goods we are offering; also
WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVERWARE, ETC.
Mall orders receive special attention.
Mrs. Oscar Llfft'rlng. wife of the
general merchant at Hablual, is in the
city, the guet ut friends.
The rain of the last two days regis
ters a total precipitation of 35-100ths
of an Inch, and the rain was wet.
Col. W. M. Dergor, secretary of the
Helen Town and Improvement com
pany, is here today on business.
Mrs. M. R. Oturo and Mrs. I. L. No
land went to I.os I.uuas hint night to
be guests of Mrs. Solomon Luna.
A. A. Henry has accepted the night
management of the Graham Bros, sa
loon, and entered upon bis .duties.
Miss Besnle and Kenneth Baldrldge
returned home this morning from an
eight weeks' sojourn with friends In
Mra. K. .7. Wilson and son, family
of .one of the local representative of
the Armour Packing company, arrived
latl night from Pueblo, Colo.
Walter O'Urlen, the Inspector of
the territorial cattle tanltary board,
who was here on business the past
few days, returned to Las Vegas last
Bert W. Bryant and A.V. Testier were
initiated into the Elka ut last night s
meeting. A large number of the an-
tlered tribe were present to tako part
in the fun.
Mrs. O. C. Hudson and two daugh
ters, family of the Santa Ke section
foreman at I-agnna, returned west
last night, after being here the past
couple of days.
Prof. Clinton J. Crandall, superin
tendent of the government Indian
school at Santa Fe, and who was here
on ofllcial matters, has returned to the
The social which wua to have been
given by the Eastern Star ladies at
the residence of Mrs. A. Everlit, on
Friday evening, has been postponed
on account of the weather.
A. W. Anson, the contractor and
builder, loft last night for Los Angel
es, on a combined business and pleas
ure trip. Mr. Anson expects to be ab
sent from the city a couple of weeks.
W. J. Cardwell, who was at Sanft
Fe, yesterday, on business connected
with the Mutual Benefit Life Insur
ance company, of Newark, N. J., re
turned to the city last night.
James Bingham and Tony Ortiz will
leave in a boat, Saturday morning,
on a 'cruise down the Kio Grande as
far as San Marcial. They are after
ducks and expect to be absent several
Mr. Mirabel, a well known sheep
riauer of San Rafael, Valencia county.
today purchased the Whltten rest
dence at the corner of Copper avenue
and Fifth street. Consideration pri
vate. Mrs. E. A. Kelly, of Leavenworth,
Kan., who stopped over a day or two
to visit ner relatives, Mr. and Mrs,
Harry W. Kelly, at Ias Vegas, passed
through the city for southern Califor
nia last night.
Miss Elizabeth Brown, of the City
of Mexico, who was hero a month
with her sister, Mrs. R. F. Asplund,
left tbiB afternoon on the flyer for
Los Angeles, where she expects o
spend the winter.
The well known lecturer, Robert
Mclutyre, reached the city on the No.
2 passenger train from the west to
day and will lecture at the Lead Ave
nue Methodist chuch tonight on the
subject of "Abraham Lincoln."
Yesterday afternoon Miss Elsie
Kempenlch, the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. L. Kempenlch) gave a
party to a large number of her young
associates, at the home of Tier par
ents, No. 918 West Railroad avenue.
E. Maharam, who has a general
store at the corner of Railroad ave
nue and Twelfth street, is enjoying a
visit from Ills father, Rabbi M. Ma
haram, of Philadelphia, who arrived
this morning from California. Rabbi
Maharam is an orthodox Jew.
Mra. Alice Hayward, of 120 South
Arno street, was at home last even
ing to the ladies and veterans of the
Grand Army of the Republic. A New
England supper of doughnuts, maple
syrtip and coffee was served. An in
teresting musical program was ren
W. H. Hulvey, of Chicago, who was
here the other day and left for Blue
water, returned to the city last night,
bringing in with him witnesses who
will give evidence before Judge Ells
worth Ingalla in a depredation case.
of the Latta heirs against the govern
ment, for losses sustained by the In
diana Bome twenty odd years ago.
Special pre-Thanksgivlng services
will be held at Temple Albert Friday
evening at "7:45. Throughout the
country will be celebrated by appro
priate services the two hundred and
fiftieth anniversary of the settlement
of the Jews In the United States. Mr.
George S. Klock, the well known at
torney and able and eloquent speak
er, will deliver an address. Ra'.bi
Kaplan will also speak, giving a sketch
of Jewish activity in the United
If you wish to get more for
your dollar than a dollar
will buy elsewhere. The
suits we are offering at $15
and $18 will not last long
in the face of such a price,
for they look like more dollars than those we
ask you to pay
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
States, showing "What the United
State have done for the Jews, and
what the Jew have done for the
United States. Everybody la cordially
By refereuce to a local advertise
ment pub 11 lied elsewhere la' 'i he
Citizen, it will b seen that Madam
Gross, late of New York city, will
open on December 1, a ladles' tailor
Inn establishment in the Armljo build
ing, corner of Railroad avenue and
Third street, occupying room 28. The
lady comp to the city highly recom
mended. Tho special couucll committee on
social evlL appointed at Monday
night's meeting, will meet as soon aa
Counclhnan tlfeld. oue of the mem
bers, returns to the city. Notice will
be published in the dally papers, and
an Invitation extended to all those
who have suggestions and views to
make to the committee on tho social
R. C. SDooner. superintendent of
the Indian wui chouse at Cftcngo, Is,
In the clt the guest of James K.
Allen, superliitcdnet of the local In- !
dian school. .Mr. Spooner Is a brother,-'
of Senator Spooner, of Wisconsin, and
is presumably here for the purpose of
Investigating the advisability of re
building the warehouse which was
recently burned at the local school.
A delegation of clerks, members of
the Retail Clerks' union, called on the
manager of the Globe store relative
to closing his place of business at t
o'clock p. m., and not "16 o'clock," as
announced in the Morning Journal.
After listening to he clerks' appeal.
Mr. Rice consented, stating that he
would close the Globe store at 6
o'clock every evening, except Satur
days and pay days.
An Immense crowd was out to Col
ombo hall last night to hear the lec
ture of Walter Thomas Mills, the
socialist lecturer, regardless of the In
clemency of the weather. Mr. Mills
Icok the liberty to score Albuquerque
on the social evil question, as well as
some very unquestionably strong ar
guments on the growth of socialism
Ir the United States. The eclffs
will continue throughout the wee,
Instead of two nights, as was at first
W. B. Yeary, a prominent banker
and newspaper man of Furmersville,
Collins county, Texas, Is spending a
few days In Albujuorque, transact
ing business of a legal nature. Mr.
Yeary is from the black land belt of
Texas near the Indian Territory line.
When asked what he thought about
the prospects for Btatehood for the
territories, Mr. Yeary said that he
didn't know. There is so much poli
tics mixed up in Ihe proposition that
there Is no telling what the terri
tories would get.
Everything Men and Boys
THE PROBABILITY OW GETTING BETTER CLOTHING THAN OUWd
Qoalily-StyleFit and Price
our Fail line is second, to none. Our line, nt Mnthi.. v
national reputatlon-we can't afford to sell you Inferler gooda-we have!
to live up to our own reputation. We would be glad to have vou look!
over th ICow Vail S,,lt. , n... 6 lu nae J0 100
Prices range from $ 1 0 to $30..
SIMON STERN, the railroad clothier
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
FOR SALE Two-horse farm
in good condition. Apply 214 South J f)
Kdith street. '
Madame Gross, of New York city,
will open December 1, In the New Ar
mijo building, corner of Railroad ave
nue and Third street, room L'6. Rid
ing habila, walking skirts,, shirt
waists, shirt waist suits, fancy gowns
Remodeling, pressing, cleaning. All
work done by experienced men.
Address, meantime, 911 North Third
street. I'hone 724.
5 Signet Rings
Some or the best local talent will
appear in "The Broken Hearted Club"
and "Sarah's Young Man," December
1, at the Elks' opera house.
Subscribe for Tb Citizen and get
Are always acceptable presents for either ladies or gentlemen., We
engrave thera free of charge, and we assure you they will please.
Call and see what we have to off.ir you.
MAYNARD, The Jeweler
119 SOUTH SECOND STREET:
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M.
Robert Mclntyre will lecture at the'
Methodist church this evening on' A
"Abraham Lincoln." All pupils of the
public schools and mission schools; 6
will be admitted for twenty-five cents. ;y
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES AT LOW PRICES
l have a large stock of diamonds, big and little, and some of the
most beautiful gems ever brought, to this country, that I am going to
sell before the new year, and I will sell them cheap rather than attip
tli em to an eastern wholesale market.
henry yanuyv, the Pawn Broker
114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
isarnr uorn. for your chickens. Bet-
ter and cheaper than wheat; $1.50 per
I 100 pounds, star Hay and Grain Co.
The Opportunity club will give aa
I old time social at the First Baptist
church Friday evening. November 24.
A good time is promised to all who
attend. Admission, fifteen cents.
If you: want more eggs, feed your
hena International Poultry Food. E
W. Fee, 620 South Second street
tiESSELDtN WiLL COMPLETE
BLACK KOCK SCHOOLS
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The ladles of the German lodge
will give a MASQUERADE BALL on
Tuesday night, November 28, at the
Red Mais' hall. Masks raised at ta
Contractor Wallace Hesselden has
secured the contract for the comple
tion of several school buildings at rfre
Black Rock agency, Ariz., which were
left half finished by a contractor who
fell down on the job, and Mr. Hessel
den left last night for Black, Rock,
with a crew of workmen to take up the
work where the other' contractor left
off. Mr. Hesselden's bid was $6,000,
whlrh is considered a very good price
for the work yet to be done. The work
Is expected to require several months
even though a large force or men be
employed at It.
The one thug you don't want to
miss Is the play given by the Wom
an's club on December 1, In the Elks'
Rubber shoes, boots and Arctics, in
all sizes for men, women and chil
dren, at C. May's shoe store, 314 West
When in need of designs for
"occasions," call on us and we'll
show you what we can do and tell
you how moderate the cost.
IVES, THE FLORIST
319 West Santa Fe avenue.
Auto I'hone 718.
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Displayed in Our Sample Rooms
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL HARDWARE
Farm Implements, Pumps, Pipe and Fittings, Hose,
Belting, Packing, Engines, Boilers, Steam Pumps,
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Rubbers. Slickers, Rubber Boots
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WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW STOCK OF RIFLES, SHOTGUNS
AND AMMUNITION. WE INVITE THE TRADE TO INSPECT THEm!
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BREAD MAKERS, CAKE MAKERS.
FAMOUS( STUDE8AKER WAGONS AND BUGGIES.
MACHINISTS' TOOLS A IPEC ALTY.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
119 West Gold Ave. 122 South Second St.
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue
Albuquerque, New Mexico