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STVI F of lhe etckin kind lhat iu
1 I Ltd way into the good graces of our
customers is a very distinctive feature of
Fashions mandates are
obeyed to the letter and every
detail is absolutely correct
and they fit, not as the aver
age shoes do, but the same
as the kind made by swell
shoemakers, at prices that
show that nothing is charged
for the swell.
Men's Press Shoes to $1.00
Men's Medium Heavy Mioos S2.B0 to $350
Men's Oxfords -2S to $1.00
Women's Press Shoes S2.75 lo $5.00
Women's Oxfords $ to $3.IM
Women's Slippers ! to $3.00
Women's dinvas Oxfords $i.W to $2.2
Children's Shoe SI. 00 to $2.50
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If in Need of Fixtures
Call on S 1
g Reliance Electric Co.
Denver, Colo., July 25. Generally
fair tonight aiul Friday except fur
locul thunder ehowers In the north
portion of the territory Friday.
First No. 1 on time.
Second No. 1 at 8:15 p. m.
No. 7 tin time.
No. 8 on time.
No. 9 on time.
First No. 4 at 5:50 p. m.
Second No. 4 at B:55 p. in.
TbiiI M. Kompenlch returned to
Mondo Chaves left yesterday for
a visit in California.
J. K. Crouch, of lilalr, Okla., was a
visitor here yesterday.
O. C. Nelson arrived here last
evening from Moolle, Ala.
J. (3. Gurcla, a farmer of Kstimcla,
spent yesterday In the city.
Miss Anna Heiltirum, of Peralta,
la in the city for a few days.
John ISooth Is visiting: friends at
his former home, Las Vegas.
M. n. Atkinson, of Estancla. N. M.,
was in Albuquerque Wednesday
Professor Hodgln and family sre
camping for tha, suuinier. lis drors
out agrtJn last night.
Eugene Busier, A. Cassldyi O. Cas
sldy, Ld. Cassldy and Lucy Cassldy, all
of Hrownwood, Texas, Arrived in the
Pen Spits, Justice of the peace of
Jackson county, Mo., with oflice iu
Kansas City, iit last evening In
A. S. Harney, traveling freight
agent of the 1). Sc II. O., has re
lun.ed to Santa Fe from a Visit at
Steamboat Springs, Colo.
J. H. Merndon. cashier of the State
National bank, accompanied by his
family left this morning for Glorleta
for a week's outing on the Pecos.
Charles J. Lnntry. In charge of the
E. P. Paldy. Seattle, Wash; Mrs. V.
L. Huberts and daughter, Santa Fe;
Louis D. Krvln, Denver; Jasper Hl
broom, Presrott; J. A. Lamb, Chica
go; (ienrge D. flpahr, Salt Lake; F.
H. Shoffel, Denver; A. J. Abbott, San
ta Fe; M. B. Atkinson, Estancla; O.
C. Nelson, Mobile, Ala.; John T.
Jones, Isleta; C. 1. Wilson, SanMar
clal; J. C. Hurke, Mountainalr; J. E.
1'lfes, El Paso.
N. Oould, Van West, la.; N. Cum
mlngs, I. N. Harper. E. It. Thornton,
Wlnslow; H. H. Bheppard, Denver;
Eugene Puster, Brownwood, Texas;
John Lletleld, E. S. and T. F. Liefleld
construction of the new Baton tunnel J St. Louis; (. Q. Kelly, MoCabe, Arl.;
of the Santa Fe. was In the city ye
lerdny en route to Baton from Cali
fornia. The regular meeting of the Wo
man's Christian Temperance Union
will be held tomorrow evening nt
the home of Mrs. Wilson, 718 Kent
CI. W. Warde, the dog catcher,
found a burro with a tine saddle
strapped on It. wandering along near
the American Lumber company plant
Manager Sikes of the Reliance
Electric and Construction company,
left yesterday for Santa Fe to begin
the electrical work on the St. Mary's
school for boys.
A. J. A'Ubott. special attorney for
the Pueblo Indians, with headquar-
Attorm-y Amado Chavez left this'1"'' Santa Fe. visited friends In
Cor. 5th St and Central Ave.
We Have the Lamest Stock of f
Fixtures Ever Seen in the City '
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
erators is the
in the city
n 1 1 1 ' w
morning for Santa Fe on business.
George I). Spahr, of Salt Lake City,
Utuh, spent last evening In the city.
H. J. Cooper, deputy U. S. mai
shal, is in El Puso on business.
Mrs. Frank Pelany left for Denver
this morning for a three weeks' visit.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Forbes was
In Silver City yesterday on business.
M. Bosh, a timber expert, returned
from Santa Fe last night on train
the city yesterday, returning home
Mrs. H. B. Ferguson will return
from the Pecos today, to receive her
daughter. Erna. who Is on her way
home after spending the past six
months In Europe.
Thomas Benton Catron, an attor
ney at Santa Fe. passed through the
city this morning en route home
from a trip through the southern
portion of the territory.
Bev. John B. Cass. Is at Mcintosh,
Hopewell returned ! N. M., where he Is arranging to or-
A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton
and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers,
Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest
Diamond, Watchea, Jewelry, Cut Glass. Clocks. Silverware.
yoar trade and guarantee A SQL'AKK DEAL.
Colonel W. 8
last night from a business trip to
Mrs. V. L. Roberts and daughter,
of Santa Fe, are visiting In the city
John. E. S. and T. F. Liefleld. of St.
Louis, arrived In Albuquerque yester
day. J. C. Burke, of Mountainalr, N. M.,
was a visitor In the city last even
ing. Mrs. B. Spit Is visiting In Califor
nia, where she will remain for some
Juan K. Fernandez, of El Paso, ar
rived in the city this morning to
8. Johnstone, dispatcher at San
Marcial, was In the city today, en
route to Denver.
II. J. Hagerman has been the guest
of his attorney, Neill B. Field, the
past two days.
Mrs. L. Kempenlch and children
are expected home from the Upper
Pecos In a few days.
Mrs. W. L. Boberts, of Santa Fe,
arrived lost night for a visit with
relatives in this city.
W. D. Reed, a business man of Be
len, N. M arrived In the city last
night on a business visit.
Mrs. A. Chavez and daughter left
for the Pecos today, to spend the re
mainder of the summer.
J. W. Anderson, the East Central
avenue grocer, will return from a
visit in the east Saturday.
J. B. Block, proprietor of a hotel
at the Jemez Hot Springs, was a vis
itor in the city yesterday.
C. E. Goodner. a prominent farmer
living near ChlllU, transacted busi
ness In the. city yesterday.
E. P. Baldy, a wealthy mining man
of Seattle, Wash., arrived In Albu
querque yesterday evening.
F. M. MeMahon left last night for
his home in Colorado Springs, Colo.,
after a two days' visit here.
Bev. George Grimm, of Santa Pe,
delivered a sermon at the M. E.
church at Espunola last night.
F. E. Bryant, manager of an ex
tensive ranch near Carlsbad, N. M.,
Is visiting the territorial capital.
A. O. O. Cooke, vice president of
the Ties Amlgos Gold Mining com
pany, kift for El Paso yesterday.
Joseph Turre. of Denver, will ar
rive tomorrow night to visit his sis
ter and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
L. W. Bennett, president of the
IVennett Indian Trading company of
Los Angeles, was a visitor here last
Ben Wei Her, a business mnn of
Denver, Colo., who has been in the
city for several days, returned home
Miss Bertha Jones, of Topeka.
Kan., Is visiting in this city with her
sister, Mrs. Harry Johnij'.i, "06 West
President Tight of the University
of New Mexico came into nhe city
I for a few hours yesterday from the
Sundla mountains, where he and
ganize a Fleshy lerian church, and lo
cate a pastor. He will also organize
a church at Montoya, N. M.
Charles Bolnkln, manager of the
John Becker store at Helen, N. M.,
arrived in the city yesterday after
noon. He was accompanied by Fred
Becker, brother of John Becker, also
Judge George Grimm, of Jefferson.
Wis., formerly of the twelfth Judi
cial district In that state. Is visiting
in Santa Fe. He is interested in
valuable mining property in the
northern part of the territory.
Mrs. Nelse Nelson and daughter,
Norma, of San Marcial, were in the
city this week, the guest of Mrs. A. S.
Klttreinx 1106 South Edith street.
Mrs. Nelson Is en route with her
daughter to Los Angeles for her
E. C. Williams, who came here
week ago from Cleveland, Ohio, with
C. W. Woodford, has accepted a po
sition with the Albuquerque Foun
dry, while Mr. Woodford has been
employed by O. W. Strong, a local
Principal D. C. Taylor, of the
Fourth ward school, and family, left
today on a wagon trip to San Pedro,
Golden and the Pecos. On the re
turn trip they will go to Santa Rosa,
where Professor Taylor will hold a
W. C. Hawkins, formerly of Okla
homa, where he was engaged in
newspaper work, but lately a resi
dent of Estancla. has removed with
his family to Montoya, N. M.. a
new and booming town on the- Hock
Island, twenty-five ml lea south of Tu-
cumcarl. Mr. Hawkins will start pub
lication of a paper, of which he. will
be editor and publisher. Immediately.
Mrs. Karl A. Snyder, wife of Karl
A. Snyder, a former resident of Al
buquerque, who has been visiting in
Ailbuouerque with her son, Herman
Snyder, left on the morning train for
Los Angeles, Ca'. where Mr. Snyder
is now enKnged in the practice of
law. Mr. Snyder was at one time
engaged as assistant counsel in the
legal department of the Santa re.
with headquarters here, but resigned
that position to take up his residence
at Boswell, N. M., where he and
family resided for more than seven
years. Miss Evelyn and the younger
children will accompany their moth
er to their home In Ios Angeles.
Bev. Wm. Meeker, a former New
Mexican, and well known to residents
all over the- territory, has recently
resigned his work as a missionary of
the Presbyterian church at Medellin,
Columbia. South America. Mr. Meek
er and wife have been in Souith Am
erica over two years. He is a grad
uate of the agriculture college at
Mesllla Park, and is also a graduate
of Wooster University and Princeton
Seminary. It is expected that he will
return to New Mexico ana that Mr.
Meeker will accept a church in this
territory, Mr. Meeker's father is pas
tor of the Presbyterian church at
Socorro, N. M.. and lis brother, Bev.
John Meeker. Is pastor of the Pres
byterian church at Alamogordo, N.
M. His sisterw are engaged in mis
slon work In the northern part of
Ira Hay. Wlnslo-w: A., G., L.. Lucy
Casslty, Brownwood, Texas; J. E.
Crosuch, Blair, Okla.; W. D. Beed,
Helen: Juan K. Fernandez. El Paso:
Stewart Johnston and wife, Denver.
William A. Lamb. W. C. Black. C. '
E. Buchert, F. P. Weber, Denver; C.
C. Beynolds, Baton; E. A. Allen, Kan
sas Cltv; H. P. Phelps, Topeka; F. W.
Mitchell. Omaha; O. W. Parrish, De
troit: W. H. North. Kansas City; p.
F. Long, St. Louis; Ben Pickering and 1
wife, Santa Fe.
Grand Central I
Dave Hazel, L. Maxwell, W. W.
Toolhacker, J. D. Flannlng, Las Ve
gas; II. H. Henderson, Cedar Ilaplds, I
Iowa; Harry Llscomb, Needles; Ira
P. Slocum. St. Joseph; E. L. Hurst, i
C. H. Strange, Ames,
Marshall, El Paso.
Iowa; L. L.
PICKNICKEBS AND OTHEUSS
Call at 114 W. Central Ave., and
receive FREE a folding drinking cup
with the compliments of
C. II. CAKNKS. THE K. H. AVE.
Eye Glasses and Spectacles.
WE CAN SUPPLY VOUlt WANTS. I
Wizzard Oil 43t3
Syrup of Figs 45c
Ponds Extract 45c
Llsterine 45c and 90c
Screen doors complete with
screen door hinges 15e
Hand mada butcher knives from
50c to 1.2ri
50 feet of high grade cotton
50 feet of high grade rubber
Wm. Kleke, Prop.
We do It right. ROtrtSH Dili. Im
perial Laundry Co.
Come in before our Great Green Tag Sale closes
and get next to some of the many Bargains we offer. We still
have a good assortment of the following goods on hand.
Hart, Schaffner & Marx $27.50 Suits,
Green Tagged $19.75
Hart, Schaftner & Marx $24.00 Suits,
Green Tagged 17.75
Sincerity Guaranteed $20.00 Suits,
Green Tagged 14.75
Sincerity Guaranteed 318.00 Suits,
Green Tagged 12.75
Sincerity Guaranteed $15.00 Suits,
Green Tagged 11.75
Reliable Suits, worth $14.00, Green
Tagged' - 10.75
Reliable Suits, worth $12.00, Green
Entire stock of Men's 50c and 75c
Caps, Green Tagged 25c
Entire fitock of Boys' 50c Caps, Green
Entire stock 50c Belts, Green Tagged 25c
Entire stock of 75c and 00c Belts,
Green Tagged 50c
Men's Fine 15c Handkerchiefs, Green
Tagged 6 l-4c
Boys Knee Pants, 75c values, Green
All our 75c Straw and Crash Hats, .
Green Tagged 45c
200 doz. 50c anil 75e Fon-ln-liaml Ties Green Tajreed 25c
50 doz. High Grade Shirts vtorth $1.50 to $2. Green, Tagged 05c
SIMON STERN KlSffiL,
FOR CASH ONLY
American Block per ton $6.50
Ccrrlllos Lump 0.50
Anthracite Nat 8-50
Anthracite Mixed 9.00
Anthracite, furnace ahm .50
Clean Gas Coke 6.00
Bmitblnc Coal. i
i rifBER MTT.L WOOD.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North rirtt St.
All Kinds of Indian and Maxlean Good. Tha Chaapast
Plaoa to buy Nawajo Blankatt and Maxleaa Drawn Work
Mall Ordarm Carefully and Promptly rillad.
loc It not stand to reason that
an exclusive optician Is Ixnter to take
Hire of your eyes tlutu one who di
vide his attention?
1 1 5 Gold Avenue
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Lrnsi Grinding and Repairing on Premises
' Channel Cat Fish
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Batwaan Railroad and Coppar Ava., Tel. 7 A
Refrigerators. Gat den Hose, Garden Tools
McCormick Harvesters and Mowers
E.L. Washburn Company
122 S. Second
119 W. Gold
The greatest sale of odd lines of fine Soft Hats; hardly
two alike; will commence Monday morning and continue
for THIS WEEK OXLiY!
Choice of all Hats in our Gold Avenue window - $1.50
Boys' Wash Suits are going fast at - - 551.25
SEE OUR WINDOWS!
It's the talk of the town, those
pies like mother (in law) made.
- Phone 1056
and have one delivered.
Sc Trimmed Mti
For the Next Ten Days
At Iai Than Cost to Close
MISS V. V. CKVNK. MtllliM'rv
IhvssiiuikiiiK I'urlors, M2
Nurdi StHNintl St.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Stamping Done to Order.
Mrs. M. C Wilson
224 W. Gold
TICKETS BOUGHT, SOLD
8 Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Mountain Ice Gream Freezers
Garden Hose and Lawn Mowers
Mine and Mill
Mail Orders Solicited-
it j, f to, nr. mouth rift mtraat
dot, 409, North rirmt Otraat
Albuquerque, Aev Mexico
BOSENFIEIU'S, II8W.R, R. Ave