Newspaper Page Text
nun.w, july se, iwr. '
ALBUQUERQUE EtENINGh CITIZEN.
Tlie Good Points of 0u Shoes
Any prospective wearer can see them
at a glance. Outwardly they look good
to the eye. Inwardly they feel good to the
foot and financially they are easy with the
pocketbook. Promises are something to
be done in the future. Facts are something
done --sure, truth. We are talking facts.
Try our shoes and see the facts.
Denver. Colo.. July 2. Partly
clouily tonight and Satunlny with
hnwer In the north unci eii.it
lion! of the territory. Wnrmer
unlay, cooler In the southeast
No. 7 on time.
No. 9 on time.
No. 4 on time.
No. 8 on time.
First No. 1 and
one hour lnte.
Becond No. 1 each
Men's HUrh Hhooa ror Ires 3..V to M.OO
Men's Hltfi Slioes for Work 2M to $3.M
Men's Iiow Shoes ...SI.RO to $4.0O
Women's IlljrU Slioes 1.75 to 3.00
Women's low Shoes 1.50 to $.50
Women's Slippers fl.10 to 2..0
Shoos lor Hoys ami Girls . .tl.00 to S2.5H
If in Need of Fixtures
s Reliance Electric Co. 1
Cor. 5th St and Central Ave. jj
We Have the Largest Stock of
Fixtures Ever Seen in the City 1
W. J. Richardson, of Harny, 111.,
Is In the city.
K. R. Kllnirner, of Chanute, Kan.,
Is In the city.
C. R. Collins and wife, of Wlnslow,
are In the city.
Elmer I-. Hoff. from Hahn, N. M.,
arrived here today.
'Dr. K. S. Pratt, of Chllllcothe, Mo.,
la In Albuquerque.
J. O. McConnell, of Camp Reno, Is
In the city on business.
H. Janler, of Bernalillo, arrived In
Albuquerque last evening.
Nelll B. Field, a local attorney, left
this morning for the Pecos river.
Mrs. L. V. and Mrs. K. E. Snyder
left last evening for Is Angeles.
Leeta Crane, of Fort Wlngate, N.
M., arrived In the city yesterday.
John Jacobs and wife, of Colorado
City, were In the city last evening.
Dr. H. E. Klrschner, of thin city,
left for Estancia on business yester
Jesus Garcia, a well known resi
dent of Estancla, Is In the city on
Dr. H. E. Klrschner. who was In
Estaneia yesterday, returned to this his duties rashier
I. A. Dye, of the
Springs, returned to Albuquerque
Arthur Y. Shsrer. flight ticket
agent at the fvinta Fe depot, return
ed last night from a visit to his for
mer home m Kansas.
Thomas H. Catron, mayor of Santa
Fe, en route to his home from the
southern part f the territory, was in
1. B. Koch, superintendent of sales,
of the Amerlian Lumber company,
left for Long lleicli. Cal., today,
where he will Join his family.
J. U. Herndon. vice president of
the State National bank, left last
night for Silver City. His family has
gone for an outing to the Upper
E. C. Williams, who recently arriv
ed here from Cleveland, Ohio, has ac
cepted employment at the Albuquer
Miss Fran Hiinlng, accompanied
by Miss Erna Ferguson, is expectel
home tomorrow, after an extended
trip In Europe.
Soloman O. Baca, a prominent
sheep man of San Antonio, who has
been In the city on business, left for
his home last night.
Mrs. Bruce Kinney, wife of Rev.
Kinney, a former pastor of the Albu
querque Baptist church, left last
night for Topeka, Kan., after a visit
with Mrs. N. V. Alger, of this city.
S. E. Leonard, manager of tne
Western Union Telegraph company,
left yesterday for El Paso, where he
will install James Edwards of Chey
enne as manager of the El Paso of
Roy Fugate left Raton, N. M., last
Wednesday for Old Mexico on account
of his health, where he expects to
be greaitly benefited by the lower al
titude. Mrs. O. O. Myhrle, of Sliver City,
wife of Colonel ). o Myh'io, of ihd
First regiment. Nw Mexico national
guards, passed through Aiouquerque
this morning en route to Las Vegas
to Jo4n her husband, who Is attend
ing the encampment of the territorial
Ernest Ruth, of Raton, N. M.. has
been spending a few days In Taos,
visiting friends. During his absence
or the Nation
Domingo Lumber I attended
of New Mexico
to by Fred Roof
THE WAGNER. HARDWARE GO.
erators Is the
in the city
' . lt T Savin
tSfVI tain Ice
j gsyagyJ'l Cream
g3r,s (j Water
A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton
and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers,
Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest
company, returned from Willard this
Aliases Bessie and Mam!) Cava-!
naugh left on No. 7 this morning for
Alego Gurule, Justice of the peace
at San Acaclo, Is in the city today on
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Spencer, of
Goldlleld, Nev., were visitors in the
Mrs. It. J. Wyatt and Miss Helen
Wyult, of Westmorelund, Kan., arrlv- t
eu nere yesterday.
Dr. Romero, of Estancla, formerly
of this city, transacted business In
William Metzger, a well known
business man of Willard. N. M., Is In
the city on business today.
J. Ore, of St. LoqIs, Mo., who has
been Jn the city for several months,
left fir home this morning.
Ben Welller, who has been visiting
relatives In this city, returned to his
home In Denver yesterday.
Shep Casey, accompanied by his
wife and children, of Quanado, ar
rived in the city yesterday.
Mike Sullivan, of Denver, came to
Albuquerque Wednesday night and
has secured employment here.
H. C. Short, traveling auditor of
the Santa Fe railway, is expected to
arrive in the city this evening.
Harry Bogh, U. S. deputy marshal,
left for Doming and Sliver City touay
on business connected with the office.
Dr. J. 8. Easterday returned today
from Nokomls, 111., where he went
to visit his mother who has been 111.
K. E. L. Hase and wife left lasrt
e enlng for Denver, Oolo., to epend
the remainder of the summer.
Colonel W, S. Hopewell, who went
to Santa Fe yesterday morning, re
turned on train No. 1 last night.
S. C. Black, manager of the Postal
Telegraph company in the west, was
in the city yesterday en route to El
Max H. Montoya, of San Antonio,
left for his home last night after
transacting business In the city yes
terday. George Rose, an employe of the
American Lumber company, who has
been HI, was removed to the hospital
Deputy U. S. Marshal Forbes is in
Alamogordo this week, attending the
seclul session of the United States
Mrs. C. S. Triplett and two daugh
ters, left this morning for Thornton,
N. M., where they will remain for two
Dr. David Knapp, of Santa Fe. the
newly appointed prison physician,
was in the city yesterday en route to
president of the Institution, who has
been In the city for several days past.
"DIXIE'S" AUTHOR DIES
AT HIS HOME IN
William S. Hays. Gifted Song
Writer, Passes Away
O. H. Belltolph, Cleveland; Frank
L. Sargent, San Diego, Cal.; William,
I'lre C, and Miss M. H. Pearson,
Hnrrlsburg, Pa.! Mrs. B. Margum and
child. Frank A. Sargent, wife and
boy. Mexico City; Mrs. W. F., Mrs.
Seth Davis, Saginow, Mien.; Joe K
Swanson, Philadelphia; Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Spencer, Goldfleld Nev.; I
S. McQuade, Los Angeles; Mrs. W. O.
Jones, Ash Fork, Arts.; U W. Ben
nett, Los Angeles; Mrs. R. J. Wyatt,
Westmoreland, Kan.; Miss Helen
Wyatt, Kansas City; E. D. Randolph,
Lafayette; B. 8. Phillips, Santa Fe;
Thomas F. Gaylord. Lafayette.
F. A. Rose, H. T. Best. Los An
geles; W. D. Metzgar, Willard; Juan
M. Sanches. Cubero; M. B. Atkinson,
Estancla; J. H. Bailey. Denver; E. I
Grose, Prescott; R. E. Curry, Den
ver; Patrick Pales, Detroit; L. H.
Darby, Denver; L. Ohlln, Guam; F.
O. Ifctrtlett, Socorro; C. V. Safford,
E. E. Oldaker. Chicago; C. Bert-
rand, Kansas City; O. A.- Ren head.
New York; W. D. Reed. Belen; B.
Janler. Bernalillo; F. O. Ramsey and
wife, Emporia; Shep Casey, wife and
R. W. tfJstron, Wlnslow; Dr. K. 8.
Pratt, Chllllcothe. Mo.; H. D. Hay-
ward, San Marclal.
M. H. Longan. H. C. Smith, O.
Burke, S. Morgan, Elmer E. Veeder,
Las Vegas; H. A. Graues, M. F.
Glenn, Los Angeles; Miss Estelle
Gotscheu, Cheyenne, Wyo.
SATTHDAY'S SPECIAL SALE.
2 lbs., Creamery Butter ....... E5c
3 cans of soup 25c
12 He grade of cove oysters 10c
12 Uc grade of sardines In May
onnaise dressing 10c
2 cans of California grapes 25c
2 cans of corn beef 25c
Gnllon cans of syrun 40c
12V4c grade of baked beans 10c
3 cakes of Witch Hazel and But
termilk soap 10c
Vermicelli, per pkg 8c
Grape-Nuts, per pkg 10c
Baking soda, per pound 6c
r Win. KIEKE, Proprietor.
PICKXICKERS AKlt OTHEIIS3 SVT-:
Call at 114 W. Central Ave., and
receive FREE a folding drinking cup
with the compliments of
d II. CAIINKS, THE R. It. "AVE.
Eye Glasses and Spectacles.
Our Green Tag Sale is over, and it has been
a very successful one. We have sold most of
our summer stock but still have aew choice
things left over, which we are willing to sell at
remarkably low prices, as our fall stock will
100 two-piece suits to close
These Were formerly 110.00 and $15.00
100 three piece suits to close,
These are odds and ends worth $14.00 and $15.00
200 choice business suits to close 4 s" ff '
, All $18.00 and $20.00 and $22.00 godds.
60 dozenshirts, worth 75c, to close
50 dozen shirts, worth $1.50, to close r
50 dozen shirts, worth $1.76 and $2.00 to close 1.45
Hanan & Douglas Shoes
We believe we have the two most popular lines of
shoes in their respective classes in the United States.
For style and durability the Hanan stands alone at
$5 to $6.50, and for popular priced goods at $3.50
and $4, the Douglas shoe is unexcelled for honest value
CIMnM CTCDM The Central
tJllYlVSl JiUiUl Avenue Clothier
We do lt right. ROUGH CRT.
perial Laundry Co.
Loulsvllle, Ky., July 26. Colonel
! William 8. Hays, author of the origi
nal "Dixie." veteran river editor of
the Louisville Courier-Journal, poet,
song writer and musician, is dead at
his home in this city at the age of
70. He was stricken with paralysis
ten days ago. Colonel Hays was born
In Louisville July 19, 1837, and with
the exception of hl college days and
the time spent In the south as a wur
correspondent in the civil war, all of
his life was spent here. He wrote
more than 600 ballads, many of
which became famous.
Colonel Hays always claimed the
authorship of the original words of
"Dixie," and said that he was respon
sible for the arrangement of the
music. His version of Dixie was
written before the oulibreak of the
civil war, but the words were con
sidered so seditious that the writer
was arrested and compelled to change
them. By that time "Dan Emmett,
the minstrel, had written his song
and his publisher had it copyrighted.
While in the south as a war cor
respondent Colonel Hays became cap
tain of the Gnay Eagle, a steamboat
on the Mississippi river and while
engaged in this work he wrote the
song, "My Southern Sunny Horn-?."
For this work he was arrested by
General Butler, who was in commmd
of New Orleans. He was soon after
wards released, however. On his re
turn to Louisville Colonel Hays again
took up newspaper work, In wnlrh
he continued until his recent illness.
He is survived by a widow and two
FOR CASH ONLY
American Block per ton $.S0
Orrillos Lump 9.50
Anthracite Not 8-50
Anthracite Mixed 0-00
Anthracite, furnace sixes ".50
Clean Gas Coke , . . . . 6.00
SmlUitng Cowl. . $ .
LUMBER MILL WOOD.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
DENNETT'S CURIO STORE
tOB North rirtt St.
All Kinds of Indian and Ut.xloan Goods. Tba Chaapast
Plaea to bay Navajo Blankets and Uaxloan Drawn Work
- Mall Ordmrm Car fully and Promptly rillod.
Channel Cat Fish
Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass. Clocks, Silverware,
your trade and guarantee A 6QUAKE DEAJj.
R. Orr, Jr., who
his family In
You can save money, even on a
small salary. If you buy your living
from J. F. Palmer, First and Mar
You can save money, even on a
small salary, If you buy your living
from J. F. Palmer, First and Mar
Docs It not stand to reason tlint
an exclusive opticlun U Utter to take
tMtre of your eyes tlutn one who di
vide Ills attention?
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Imt Grinding and Repairing on Premises
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Betwoan Railroad and Ceppor A va. , Tel. 74
Refrigerators,: Garden 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 ONrAT!
Choice of all Hats in our Gold Avenue window - $1.50
Boys Wash Suits are going fast at - $1.25
SEE OUR WINDOWS!
It's the talk of the town, those
pies like mother (in law) made.
- Phone 1056 '
and have one delivered.
4c Ti'immcd Hutu
For the Next Ten Days
At I .eM Hum t'ot to Close Out
MISS V. V. t llAXF. Millinery and
ln"iiimMii l'uilors, 513
Xorlli Second St.
FANCY DRY C 0 ODS
Stamping Done to Order.
Mrs. M. C Wilson 224 W. Gold
TICKETS SOUGHT. SOLD
Assoolatlon Off loo
wihuitmisy goevjipamy 2
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
White Mountain Ice Gream Freezers j
O Jiin IIaam ami) I mivn M mil n m
baiUBii nusu (1IIU until muuuis a
Pliinihln? Hercules Powder Mine and Mill Q
Tinning High Explosives
Mail Orders Solicited
its, tla, I IT. Iran rirmt mtroot
401, dOi. North rirofUOOt
Albuquerque, Aeu Mexico
RQSENFIUU'S, 118 W, R, R. Are