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ALliUOUEKOUE EVENING CITIZEN
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 109V
314 WEST RAILROAD AYE.
Shoes and Slippers
TJn nrselvrn are our Mmnm-at argument, why you should soicet a
pair for a Christum gift to your relative or friend. They cotn
Mne style lth userulnesB, and are pure to be appreciate.
Stylieh. (nappy Dreie Shoet $2.50 to $4.00
, Splendid, well made Street Shoe $2.00 to $3.50
' Neat, comfortable Houm 8Iippert 75c to $2.50
f I FOR WOMEN.
Dainty Dree Shoe and ttlippera $1.50 to $4.00
Stylish, perfect fitting, Walking 8hoe $2.00 to $4.00
) Elegant Knit or Felt Slipper 65c to $1.50
A FOR BOYS AND GIRLS.
Strong, Styliah, Drem or School Shoet $1.25 to $2.50
Warm, comfortable, Felt 8llppert 75c to $1.00
Babiee' Shoe and Slippers 45 to $1.25
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SANTA CLAUS PROVIDING A
for his friends will find lots of good
things on, our shelves to make merry
with for the holiday season. We will
have high grade rtilnce meat for your
plea, the finest quality of, plum pud
ding, just like hlme-made, new Leg
horn citron, fancy dates, cocoanut
macaroons, coffee, highest grade of
table butter, Queen olives, and every
thing In staple goods.
F. F. 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.
O x00004K 000
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES AT LOW PRICES
I have a large stock of diamonds, big and little, and some of the
moat 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, ship
then to an eastern wholesale market.
HENRY YANOW, the Pawn Broker
114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
Stand on a chair and you can almost see Christmas, for it's
coming. We have a store Just full of nice articles that would make
ideal Christmas gifts. Remember, no charge for packing and delivering.
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And everything in Watches, Jewelry, Silverware, etc., for Xmas
Snow north and rain south portion
tonight and Friday; colder Friday,
But Will They7
Some utatesenin of the nation
No doulit would happy he
To find a vindication
Upon tho Christmas trw.
For Holiday Wines Stern, Schloss
Stern, SiIiIohh & Co. sell Imported
Montoya and Martinez will give a
Christmas ball at the old town soci
ety hall, Monday night, Dec. 25.
Capt. R. V. Splvey, of tho Harvey
system, leaves this evening to spend
Christmas with his family at Topeka.
Miss Mary Whiting, of Old Albu
querque, left this morning for Ber
nalillo, where she will visit relatives
a few days.
P. Q. Lenimon, superintendent of the
Indian school at Ream's Canyon, Aric,
left last nlnht on hln return home after
a pleasant vlHlt of several days In the
Mrs. F. E. Slurges, of North Second
street, left on the California Limited
this afternoon' for Ixs Angeles, where
she will spend the holidays with her
son, Lloyd. t
R. P. Hall, proprietor of tho Albu
querque Foundry and Machine Works,
left the city last night for Hollywood,
Cal., to spend Chrttitmas in the glow
or his own yule log.
The Albuquerque lodge of Odd Fel
lows has placed William Biggs, a bro
ther, in the local hospital. Mr. Biggs
is recently from Moline, Has., and is
a victim of consumption.
Services at Temple Albert Friday
evening at 7:46. Tho Feast of Lights
begins this evening and lasts oile
week. Rabbi Kaplan's sermon will be,
"The Joy of Giving." Everybody is
Regular communication of Temple
Lodge No. 6, A. F. and A. M., Thurs
day evening, December 21,- at 7:30
o'clock. Election'of officers. By or
der of Worshipful Master. J. C. For
Arthur Cavanaugh, the traveling
salesman, was joined here lust night
by his family, who arrived from Colo
rado Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Cavan
augh have again taken up their resi
dence at No. 321 North Fourth street,
after an absence of a year.
Harlow Maffett, the clever full back
of the American Lumber company
team, who suffered a fractured arm in
a game with the city team recently,
expects to leave in a few days for his
home at Minneapolis, Minn.. Mr,
Maffett's Injured arm is giving him no
little trouble. .
The fire which called out the de
partment at 11:30 this morning, whs
nothing more than the burning of
some soot in a chimney at the home
of W. E. Dame, 410 West Gold avenue.
It burned up briskly at first but had
burned out before the arrival of the
A fair crowd of enthuHlasts Journey
ed to the Casino last night to wltnesB
a game of basket ball between the
girls of the University and the dusky
maidens from the Albuquerque Indian
school. The former were the easy
victors by a score of 9 to 4. Dancing
followed the game.
P. II. Rhodes, superintendent of
Pullman service, on the Santa Fe, will
leave this evening for Peabody, Kas.,
where he will spend ChriHtmas witu
his family. Since making Albuqunr
que his headquarters, Mr. Rhodes has
left his family at Peabody, but ho ex
pects to move them here about the
middle of January.
Word reached the city last night
from Gallup saying that the Carbon
City was in darkness as a result of a
part of the electric light building fall
ing down, putting the plant out of
commission. However, the machinery
was not Injured, the mtesenger says,
and the plant will be in operation
again within a few days.
I. L. Hiljbard, general superintend
ent or the Santa Fe coast lines, is on
the Albuquerque end of the coast lines
on one of his perloiVal trips of in
spection. Mr. Hibbard says thnt
things are moving along swimmingly
on the coast lines in every depart
ment. California tourist travel Is
holding up well and the freight de
partment has about all it can do.
Track Improvements are being made
all along the line.
Patrons of the Doming branch of the
Santa Ffe cannot help but notice a
change for the better In the Pullman
service between that place and this,
which Is tho result of some good work
being done by P. H. Rhodes, super
intendent of the Pullman service on
the Santa Fe, whose headquarters
were recently moved to this city. The
"Tamarac," a new car, hag replaced
the old "Hesperus," which has done
long service ou the Deming branch.
The Congregational Sunday school
will have Its Christmas tree on Fri
day evening, to commeuce promptly at
7 o'clock. Services w ill bo held in the
main auditorium on Sunday morning
and evening for the last time before
the completion of the extensive re
pairs now being made. A very Bne
musical program Is now being prepar
ed for the morning service under the
direction of Mr. Washburn. A Christ
mas concert under the auspices of the
Sunday school will be given on Sun
Do you have to mako a present tu
some baby? We carry' a nice lino of
little shoes and slippers that will an
wer your purpose. Any bigger chil
dren you want to make happy? We
can show you some shoes and leg
gings that a ro sure to please them.
A pair of our dainty Dress Shoes,
SI rap Sandals or House Slippers will
purely efctald Ah you In the good
graces of the lady you are so anxious
to please. For your gentleman friends,
husband ami wife, let u nuggest our
line or Knit. Kelt or Leather Slippers.
They are neat and romfortable. C.
May's shoe store, 314 West Railroad
THE DAINTIEST OF ALL CHRIST
MAS PRESENTS. CRYSTALIZED
FRUITS IN BURNT WOOD AND
HAND PAINTED BOXES. .
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
"Good Things to Eat."
Big bargains in millinery. All goods
must be sold by January 1, regardless
THE GILBERT MILLINERY CO.
From Now Until Christmas.
20 per cent discount on all Toys.
Dolls, Go-Carts, Express Wagons,
Children's Fur SeU, Men's and Boys'
Suits and Overcoats. Fresh Candies
Dallv, at the
CASH BUYERS' UNION.
122 North Second street.
Dance at the Casino Saturday even
ing. Musi: by the Loebt-Devlne or
chestra. Only respectable people ad
Meet me at the box office at the
Casino tomorrow night and attend the
Walters' and Waitresses' grand ball.
Prizes on exhibition at O'RIelly's
drug store window. Second street and
PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR HUY
LER'8 AND LOWNEY'S CANDIES
FOR CHRISTMAS. O. A. MATSON
4. CO., SOLE AGENTS.
Pay your poll taxes today at
O'Rielly & Company' drug store.
HOLLY, SMILAX, CALIFORNIA
PEPPER, MISTLETOE, HOLLY
THE JAFFA GROCERY CO.
WOULD LIKE TO BUY A FEW
THOUSAND GRAIN SACKS OF ALL
SIZES: CASH OR IN EXCHANGE
FOR FEED. E. W. FEE, POULTRY
AND STOCK FEED, 620 80UTH
GO TO HAWLEY'S ON THE COR
NER FOR TOYS AND XMAS PRES
ENTS FOR THE CHILDREN AND
T. ,T. Shlniek has removed his wagon
and horse shoeing shop to the large
building.,' 219 Copper avenue, three
doors wc-t of his old stand.
THE COLOMBO HALL DANCING
ACADEMY DANCES HAVE BEEN
CHANGED FROM SATURDAY TO
FRIDAY NIGHT FOR A FEW
WEEKS. JOE SCOTTI.
For Colds, Coughs, and any Throat
Affection, nothing equals Compound
Syrup of Eucalyptus. Price 60c only,
at Ruppe'8 Pharmacy.
A Christmas present of Stern,
Schloss & Co.'s Wines and Liquors
makes life seem brighter.
In the Last and Final Rush of Purchasing
In the mad endeavor to buy suitable fancy article for presents, bear In
mind that the most atifactory gift for men and boy I the practical
Wo Other Thing Cotild Give as Mttch Satis
faction as Wearing Apparel - - - -
Suits, Overcoats, Hat, 8hoe, Shirts, Handkerchiefs, Gloves, Muffler and
Tie are all suggestive.
SIMON STERN The Railroad Avenue Clothier
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 26, 1905, AT
8 O'CLOCK P. PM.
ADMISSION, 25 CENTS. SEATS
RESERVED FREE AT MATSON'S.
CONTESTANTS FROM LAS VEGAS,
ALBUQUERQUE, SANTA FE, SIL
VER CITY, MESILLA PARK AND
Two new burro carts. Call at once
at tho Albuquerque Carriage company.
Music Cabinets, Fancy China. 20
per cent oft ror cash. We will deliver
Saturday before Xmas. Watch our
large ad. J. D. EMMONS.
Combination Dook Cases and China
Closets make appropriate Xmas Gifts
for the housewife. 20 per cent off for
cash. J. D. EMMONS.
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
80UTH FIRST STREET.
It is Never too Early
TO FACE THE CHRISTMAS PROBLEM
LET US HELP YOU SOLVE IT FROM OUR FINE SE
LECTION OF HOLIDAY GOODS. IF YOU ARE INTER
ESTED IN CUT GLASS OR FINE CHINA, WE WILL
MAKE PRICES INTERESTING ALSO. TRY US.
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ALBUQUERQUH, N. M. J
119 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
Corner of Silver Avenue.
V NEW LINE OF PICTURE
MOULDINGS. HAVE YOUR PIC-
TURES FRAMED BEFORETHE 1
t HOLIDAY RUSH. C. A. HUD-
SON, NO. 118 NORTH SECOND
KODAKS. ALBUMS, SOUVENIR
BURNT LEATHER, BICYCLES,
KNIVES, RAZORS, FOOT BALLS.
BOXING GLOVES. STRIKING BAGS.
FISHING RODS AND REELS. AT
HOUSTON'S, 118 GOLD AVENUE.
Toi'et Sets, Manicure Goods, Shaving
Sets, Perfumes, Etc.
Lowneyfs - Gunther's - Whitman's
J. H, O'EIELLY CO, Druggists
A FIRST-CLASS TINNER NOW AT
J. L. BELL A CO'S, PREPARED TO
DO ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING,
TIN WORK, ETC.
Mistletoe and Holly
Pecorat Ions nre fine this year. Ours
come from the best sources. Early
orders are solicited.
319 WEST SANTA FE AVENUE.
Auto Phone, 118.
With our elegant line of
The largest in the South
west p P )p &
A fine assortment of Five o'clock Teas, Chafing Dishes, Home
Comfort and Miller Steel Ranges, "THE WORLD'S BEST." A
large stock of
Rome Nickel-Plated Coffee and Tea Pots
The finest goods made. You will not leave our' store
disappointed. The largest Hardware House in the
O .?.'?. 117 Smith First Street 1 Jn.jn.t Nnrih rr Stroot
CHAS. F. MYERS.-
Our new Neckwear and Mufflers are'now
open for your inspection. This line com
prises the swellest creations in all the new
silks, put up in fancy boxes.
SHIT OUR iAnn?
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
119 West Gold Ave.
122 South Second St.
A Few Suggestions for the Holidays'
ELEGANT CARVING SETS. ALL KINDS AND PRICES. OUR STOCK OK POCKET KNIVES IS THE MOST COMPLETE IN THE
SOUTHWEST. WE GUARANTEE OUR SCISSORS AND SHEARS, 'MADE 15Y WISS." IF AT ANY TIME THEY FAIL TO STAY SHARP
OR YOU KIND A FLAW IN THEM RETURN TO US AND RECEIVE YOUR MONEY BACK OR A NEW PAIR l. THEIR PLACE.
"GILLETTE," "STAR" AND "GEM" ARE THE BEST. THIS
ITEM IS A FINE PRESENT TO LIVE.
THE L NlVERSAL"
PRKAD AND CAKE, MAKER AND FOOD CHOPPERS
HEATERS AND RANGES
BEST MADE. ALL SIZES AND LOWEST PRICES.
AUTOMATIC PISTOLS AND REVOLVERS " "
RIFLES, SHOTGUN3 AND AMMUNITION. .
O . Cole's Hot Blast.
Mixes and Kneads
C Bread TnorouglUy M
a I In Three Minutes
I riaadt 4a aot touch the dwag h. I
1 DOtl AIM WITH NANO INHOIM AMD I
maui ttmi touo. I
I SoioBr I
I E. J. POST A CO. I
No. 215 West Railroad Avenue - Albuquerque, New Mexico