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ALHUOUEHOUK EVENING CITIZEN
WEDNESU f, DECEMBER 27. 1905.
I Vr34 WEST RAILROAD AYE
Forgot to ifiiii inliiT soni- of your friends before Christmas and you
rrelvcil pri'-ntB yu iiii not expect. Vou can easily reciprocate
and miMiirc yourself iy buying a pair of our stylish slippers or shoes
an. I Mending l hem as New Year's Gift.
Or mayhe yon were (appointed lu getting that pair of shoes
0 iind slippers yon had rontited on and they come hnndy for yourself.
In eiiher case, wo are anxious to serve you. Our stocks are
0 In Kood condition and we can suit you in style, quality and price.
vlcn's Slipper 75c to $2.00
Men's Shoes $1.65 to $4 00
Women's Slippers 60c to $2.50
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Women's Shoes $1.50 to $4.0v, J
i Children's Shoes and Slippers ...,65c to $2.50 ?
Fair tonight; colder In southeast
portion. Thursday, fair.
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 mince meat for your
lles, the finest quality of plum pud
ding, JuFt like hime-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
Kos. US and 120, South Second St
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofing. Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First arid Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
UNREDEEMED PLEDGES AT LOW PRICES
I have 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 ship
them to an eastern wholesale market. ,
HENRY YANOW, the Pawn Broker
114 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE.
Probably mean, to you New Blank Books. We carry a full line
of blank book., diaries, etc., in all ruling.. (
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
THANKING THE GOOD PEOPLE OF ALBUQUERQUE FOR THE
SPLENDID PATRONAGE ACCORDED US, WE WISH YOU ALL A
A young lady In Albuquerque.
On Christmas ate so much roast" turque
That her friends now all say,
Twill be many a day
Before fcho. Is able to wurque.
1 Hans Hun so n tonight.
Hans Hanson and company here to-
M. A, Gonzales, of Ablquiti, Is In the
city on business anil pleasure.
,f. V. Key, the chief engineer on the
Helen cut-off, la( In the city today on
Many good laughs with Hans Han
son. At the Elks' opera house to
Good specialties-and lots of them,
with Hans Hanson. Will appear at
the Elks' opera house tonight.
George Arnot, local manager for
Gross, Kelly A company, loft last
night cn a bunliu strip to Magda
lena. . .',,.
Allien V. Thompson, receiver of
the United States land office at Clay
ton, Is In tfie city , on business and
The priniarv class of the Christian
church will give a tea Thursday after
noon at the hrtine of Mrs. M. K. Brain
ard, 323 West Coal avenue.
Antonio .1. Hae and daughter, Mrs.
Florenelo Martinez, of Kant a Ke, will
return north In a fpw days. They are
here visiting Mrs. Pedro M. Txihato.
There will be a meeting of the
Mesa Driving association over Zel
ger's cafe this evening. It is Import
ant that every member be present.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Saunders re
turned to their home at Isleta yester
day, after a pleasant visit In the city
with. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Hutchinson.
Miss KrniR- LU and MiBS Francis
Murphy carried away the two ,hana
some dolls offered by the Harugarl
society at Red Men's hall on Christ
According to the New Mexican,
udge Adams has returned to the cltv
'"to spend Christmas with his family
The judge was a business rinltor At
the Capital City. '
Elmer Hall, head carpenter for the
American Lumber company at Thor
eau, who was In the city over Christ
mas with Mrs. Hall visiting friends,
returned home last night.
J. R. Abell, air man In the Santa
Ke yards, was able to be out today,
after having been confined at the
Santa Fe Pacific hospital several days
with a bruised knee.
Miss Bertha Staab, sister of Mrs.
Louis Ilfeld of this city, left Santa Fe
Monday afternoon for BoBton, Mass.,
wiiere she will remain some time on
a visit with her sister, Mrs.' Louis
B. F. Adams, attorney, accompanied
Contractor Morgan to Santa Fe on
business connected with some affairs
In which Mr. Morgan Is interested.
Attorney Adams returned to the city
Misses Josephine and Sophie Baca,
of the Harwood home school, are
spending the holidays with their par
ents at Socorro. They are the daugh
ters of District Attorney Elflgo Baca,
of Socorro county.
Regular communication of Temple
lodge No. 6, A. F. & A. M., Wednes
day evening at 7:30. Installation of
officers and banquet. A- full attend
auce Ib requested. By order of W. M.
J. C. Ferger, secretary.
Guild ball, of St. John's Episcopal
church, waa the scene of a prettily ar
ranged party given last night by Miss
Helen Rodey, of West Copper avenue
It was one of the delightful young
peoples b social affairs of the season
'Miss Rodey proved a charming hos
"Woman was intended to bring Joy
to both man and nation but rule over
neither." The foregoing, an extract
from the oration of one of the young
lady contestants In last night's ora
torical contest, goes to show that that
young lady will make some man an
Hans Hanson conies to us highly
recommended by all who have seen
him and all who have played blm.
The piece Is well equipped lxth In
cast and In carrying the finest band
and concert orchestra of any dramatic
organization in the United States.
Hans Hanson will be the attraction
at the opera house this evening.
The popular music house of Learn
ard & Llndemann has Inaugurated a
scheme to organize a boys' band. The
firm proposes to furnish uniforms for
the boys and start them off with In
struments. Thursday of next week
is the day set on which boys in the
city Interested In band music, shouiJ
call at the store of Learnard & Lln
demann. John S. Beaven, manager for the
Clarkville coal yards, is in Gallup en
deavoring to discover what has be
come of several cars of coal which
have been en route here from the Car-
bun City for several days. Very
tew cars would break the oppres
slen In the coal famine fclilch lace,
the city .lust now, and Mr. Beaven
wquld fil e to have those that are com
ing to hmi.
O. P. llovey, deputy sheriff of San
dotal county, la In tho city to see Dis
trict At 'Tiiey Clancy about the ar-:
rest of .Miguel Archlbuque, who on
Chrlstnut.t day fired a pistol Into a;
group of San Domingo Indians. Arcn-
Unique U a native residing at Los
Madias. While filled with the lquor
that cleers, Archthuque was down at
Wan Domingo on Christmas, and stam
peded a tepee of Indians with a vol
ley of pistol shots. Fortunately, none
of the bullets took effect. He was
plac ed ' under arrest by Mr. Hovey,
and Is now out on bond awaiting the
action of the authorities.
Junies Boyce,' who was at Gallup
putting in a new fire box at the Otero
mine for the Caledonian Coal. Mining
company, has returned to the city. He
says' all the'coal operators at Gallup
and vicinity are complaining of a
scarcity of cars; there is plenty of
foal for shipment, but the Santa Fe
Railway company-has been uualdo to
furnish cars In which to get the coal:
to the markets.
Dr. M. K. Wylder, physician lor the,
A ... , 1
tiiit-nran Luiiuit-r cumpuuy, siaies
this afternoon that Martin I.lese, who
waa brought. In from the timber yes
terday with a knife wound In his back,
was resting easy today, and If blood
poison doesn't set in, his recovery Is
quite certain. I.lese was stabbed by
a fellow workman while engaged In a
drunken brawl. The knife entered the
W.' A. Beyer, private secretary to
Delegate to Congress W. II. Andrews,
returned to the city last evening
from Washington, D. C. Mr. Bayer
transacted business in the city today
and will leave this evening for HIUs
boro, N. M., where he will remain
until leaving for Washington on Jan
Dr. Charles H. Keyes. president of
the New Mexico School of Mines, lo
cated nt Socorro; J. A. Torres, county
superintendent of Socorro county.
and w. .1. Murray, a student at the
School of Mines, are among those in
attendance at the Territorial Educa
Joseph Killani.. aged 30 years, a
well to do farmer from near Bloom
Ington, 111., succumbed to consump
tion at the Sisters' hospital last
night. The deceased came to Albu
querque about two months ago. The
remains will be. whipped east Tor
A SHOE STORE
In The Making
The .ho.bu.lne. of this clothing .tor. ha. been built. It Is yet possible of. a
healthy, material growth. It began .mall; It expanded It I. .till building. Today
we .oil three time, the number of shoe, wc .old five year. ago.
Whyj? It grew for three main reaon, vlx., Hanan .hoe., Douglas .hoe. guar
anteed quality. Year, ago w .old any mak. of .hoe.. Now we concentrate our .f
fort. In Belling the two be.t line In their respective classes, and guarante. .vary
pair to glv. entire aatl.faction. Hanan .hoe. cell at $5.50 to $6.50. Dougla. .hoe.
ell at $2.50 to $5.00.
SIMON STERN The Railroad Avenue Clothier
m yb wmmo& t
racrr axevrxer c
We Have a Complete Line of Boy's
Overcoats from 3 to 20 Years, Rang
ing from '
3.00 to 12.50
Ask to see our Boy's Special Juvenile
Overcoat, with Military Buttons and
Trimmings at 3 and OS. GO
WALKOVER 93.50 SHOES DUTCHESS TROUSERS
E. L, WASHBURN CO.
Cottontail Rabbits, dressed
very fine, each 20c
Belgian Hares, per lb 25c
.Bear Meat, per lb 25c
Imported Frankfurters, lb.. 25c
Wesfallan Ham, per lb 50c
per lb ' 25c
Genuine Blue Point Oysters,
per pint 35c
Finnan Haddle, per Ib 25c
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTKD Girl for general house
work In family of two. Apply W. P.
Cook, 619 West Marquette avenue.
Rubbers and leeeines maka nr-nn.
tieal and well appreciated tyew Year's
gifts We have a full assortment for
men. women and. , children. Prices
range fmm 40c to $1.25. C. May's
shoe wore, 314 West Railroad ave
OUR TELEPHONE IS AUTOMAT
IC 320. CROWN STUDIO.
Three, room frame, North First
Five room brick, North Eighth
street . $20.00
Five rooms, furnished, on West
Railroad avenue . . . '. $25.00
Seven' r6om brick, modern. In
. Fourth ward $30.00
JOHN M. MOORE REALTY CO.
Thos. F. Keleher
PAINTS, OILS. VARNISHES AND
Leather, Harness, Saddles, Lai
Robes; Horse - Blankets, Etc. Pal
metto Roof Paint; lasts five years and
stop, leaks. Cash paid for Hide, and
109 WEST RAILROAD AVENUE
Attend the card party given by the
Catholic ladies' Aid society In St.
Mary's hall Friday, December 29
Cards begin promptly at 8 o'clock p
m. Prizes and refreshments. Admis
sion, 25c. Everybody invited.
Pay your poll taxes today at
O'Rielly A. Company's drug .tore.
WITH GRACIOUS THANKS TO OUR
MANY PATRONS FOR THEIR LIBER AL
PATRONAGE, WE WISH THEM ALL A
PROSPEROUS AND HAPPY NEW YEAR
MAYNARD. The Jeweier g
119 SOUTH SECOND STREET.
ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. J
HIGHEST PRICE PAID FOR
303 SOUTH FIRST STREET.
Corner of Silver Avenue.
Subscribe for The Citizen and get
NEW LINE OF PICTURE
f MOULDINGS. HAVE YOUR PIC- V
" TURESFRAMED BEFORE THE t
HOLIDAY RU8H. C. A. HUD- V
$ SON, NO. 118 NORTH SECOND
V STREET. '
Toi'et Sets, Manicure Goods, Shaving
Sets, Perfumes, Etc.
Lowney's - Gunther's - Whitman's
J, H. O'RIELLY CO, Druggists
You Will Maka Ma Mlaimmm
by Giving Urn m Trial for
Attn Ml IS P LORAL WORK
IVES, THE LORimr
319 WEST SANTA FE AVENUE.
Auto Phone, 118.
, With our elegant line of
The largest in the South
west P .V? . 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
J-5-r South First Street 401-403 North First Street
C F. MYERS
Begin the New Yearrightby using L. C. SMITH SHOTGUNS
We have a new line in. Call and see them.
Prices Carved at
Reasonable zM Low8S,Prices
119 WEST GOLD AVENUE
Auto. Phone 185 Colo. Phone 197
122 OUTH SECOND STREET 5
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