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ALBUQUERQUE El EN1NQ CITIZEN
SATURDAY. AUGITST IT, 100T.
Mid Summer Sale
of Men's, Women's end Children's low shoes. There Is Mill a
good deal of hot weather ahead of us and It will pay you to In
vest In a pair of our stylish Oxfords, especially nt the low price we
are offering them for.
Women's CnnvM Oxfords $1.50 nt $1J15
Women's Canvas Oxfords 2.00 at 1.00
Women's (fenvas Oxfords ?.25 nt 1.73
Wonwn's KI1 Oxfords 1.". nt 1.10
Women's Kll Oxfords 2..VI nt l.5
Women's Kid Oxfords 3 00 nt 2.35
Women's Hid Oxfords 3.50 at 2.H3
Men's Canvas Oxfords . 1.50 nt 1.20
Men's Viol Kid Oxfords 2.50 at l.5
Men's Veloiir Calf Oxford S.50 at 2.75
Men's Patent Colt Oxfords. 4.00 at 8.15
If in Need of Fixtures
5 Reliance Electric Co. I
Cor. 5th St and Central Ave.
We Have the Largest Stock of 1
$ Fixtures Ever Seen in the City I
THE WAGNER HARDWARE 00.
erators is the
in the city
T. Y. Mnnna. of San Marclnl, is
registered at the (Vaige hotel.
Attorney W. H. Chllders went to
Santa Ke this morning on law busi
ness. Miss Jettle Itosenwald left on the
limited for Ixis Anseles on a pleasure
J. K. (lllbort. a mining man from
San l'edvo, N. M Is stopping at the
' Mrs. U. J. McQuIre, of Carthage,
X. M.. Is In the city visiting and
County Surveyor Pitt Rnm return
ed last nltrht from a trip to the San
Otto Hahn. of the Harvey system
news service, returned last night
from Las Angeles.
Porn, this morning to Dr. and Mrs.
A, L. Burton, 618 Haroddlne avenue,
a boy weighing ten pounds.
Assistant t'rilted States Attorney E.
L. Medler returned yesterday from
un official visit to Silver City,
t Attorney Ellsworth Ingnlls has re
turned to the city from a business
trip down the Ric Clrande valley.
John Marshal, son of liev. N. F.
Marshal, of Carlsbnd, X. M., arrived
In the city this morning and enrolled
at the University.
H. R. Hentng, city editor of the
Morning Journal, left this morning
for St. Louis, where he Is called by
the serious Illness of his mother.
Miss Grey-son, a government teach
er for the Indians, who has been vis
iting In Albuquerque for a month,
left last night for Durango, Colo.
Trof J. E. Clark, territorial su
perintendent of public Instruction, re
turned to Santa Fe this morning after
a visit of several days In the metrop
olis. James Baca, of Santa Fe, arrived
here yesterday and attended the
Chaves-Sandoval nuptials In this city
today. Mr. Baca Is a cousin of the
Mrs. 8. P. Spauldlng anticipates
leaving the city tomorrow for a visit
to her old home nt Fenton, Mich.
Miss Mabel Spauldlng expects to
follow In a few weeks.
Mrs. Olivia Kelley and daughter.
Miss May Sara, of 222 West Silver
avenue, were passengers for Glorleta
this morning. From Glorleta they
will take a stage to the Valley ranch
for a month's outing.
T. C. DeShon, manager and a
member of the Albuquerque Carriage
company. Is In Gallup on business.
Mr. DeShon formerly lived In the
Carbon City and has a large number
of friends who -will welcome a visit
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gatchell, of
West Central avenue, expect to leave
tomorrow for Branford, Canada,
where Mrs. Gatchell's mother is re
ported seriously ill. Mr. Gatchell,
who is a machinist at the local shops,
has been granted a thirty day lay off.
Col. W. S. Hopewell, .general man
ager of the Santa Fe Central rail
way, went to Santa Fe this morning
to meet General Torrance and several
other prominent eastern capitalists,
who will arrive there today. General
Torrance and party are expected in
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TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
FOR It EXT 3. 1 and 6-room cot
tages, well located, furnished or
unfurnished. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205
W. Gold avenue.
JURORS ARE DRAWN
FOR COMING TERM
A new supply of Garden Hose, both in cotton
and rubber. Hose Reels, Lawn Mowers,
Grass Catchers. Our prices the lowest
I Diamond, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass. Clocks, Silverware. We invite
roar trade ana guarantee A byuAltfc, UftvLi.
FOR RENT Nicely furnished four
room brick cottage, modern, close
In. Lloyd Hunsaker, 205 W. Gold
List of Men Who Will Compose
Juries In This
The Jurors drawn for the Septem
ber term of l!nlted States court In
this district are as follows:
Vnltoil Ktntos (.rand Jury.
Adulpho Silva, precinct 11, Valen
Telesphor Archbbeque, prerlnct 19,
Manuel Mestes, precinct 2$, Berna
Cleofus Ranches, precinct 11, Ber
Manuel Montoya, Gallup, McKlnley
Jose Gutierrez, precinct 2, Sando
Henry Garcia, precinct 8, Valencia
Wamuel Levy, precinct 26, Bernalll
Joseph Goldstein, precinct 12, Ber
John Lee Clark, precinct 12, Ber
Julian B. Connelly, precinct 10, Va
Antonio Grlego, precinct 2, Valen
W. Brown, precinct 3, Bernalillo
John Bjrradaile, precinct 26, Ber
L. M. Ferguson, precinct 12, Berna
Jose F. Chaves, precinct 6, Valen
Manuel Uallegos, precinct 22, Va
Edward Lempke, precinct 26, Ber
P. Montoya, precinct 6, Valencia
C. Sarclno, precinct .
Ignacio Chaves, precinct 11, Ber
United KtaU-s Petit Jury.
Ellsio Martinez, precinct 28, Va
P. Jose Moya, precinct 7, Valencia
L. T. Delaney, precinct 26, Berna
O. La bat to, precinct 13, Bernalillo
Jaunlto Garcia, precinct 28, Berna
Jose T. Miraibal, precinct 8, Valen
Jose Baca, precinct 35, Bernalillo
T. Paz, precinct 32, Bernalillo coun
ty. Owen Dlnsdale, precinct'12, Berna
lillo county. '
W. S. Strlckler, precln&t 12, Ber
nalillo county. -
Jose Valdez, Fort Wlngate .McKln
William, RadclilT, Gallup, McKlnley
W. A. Van Mall, Fort Wlngate, Mc
P. Hanley, precinct 12, Bernalillo
8. Aragon, precinct 17, Sandoval
Juan Armljo, precinct 13, Valen
Estevan Jaramillo, precinct 6, Va
A. Otero, precinct 5, Valencia county.
Juan Gallegos, precinct 31, Sando
T. Gallegos, precinct 4, Bernalillo
THE MONTEZUMA BALL
Effect This Year Will be Japanese-Spread
I OS. Second St.
When you desire Absolute
Comfort In Properly Pitted
Glasses Consult us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
Lense Grinding dona on Pre misa
IN THE JEWELRY LINE'
FINE WATCH RtRAIRINQ
LAMMAUBI & COMPANY
First Class Groceries and Meats
323 South Second
E3 mKmmmm gB33SigsG&&ES3
COME ON BOYS, THEY ARE FREE
We want to sell your parents the Suit, Shoes,
Hat, Waists and Underwear for school which be
. gins September 3.
A Pair of Patented Stilts
Will be given absolutely free with boys' merchan
dise amounting to $10.00. Save your sales' tick
ets and when you have Ten Dollars Worth of
tickets, a pair will be given to you.
New Suits for boys are arriving daily, $3.50 to
E. L. WASHBURN COMPANY
122 South Second 119 West Cold
Opens up on the 10th, and
we wish to announce to the
Students who are about to
enter that Institution that
we have just received a big
J. H. O'ltielly, who was elected
innnuger of th Montezuma ball of
the "territorial fair on Wednesday
evening of hls week. Is already get
ting busy with the arrangements. He
has appointed his committees and
has peen the munngoment of the Al
varado hotel. The ball, as usual, will
be held In the large dining room of
the hotel and the spread will be
made by Fred Harvey. The decora
tions this year will be elaborate as
ever, but on a little different order.
Tha color scheme and effect this year
will be Japanese in the hotel and out
In the g-irden. Last year the spread
was served on the west porch and It
will be held In the name place again,
and to avoid the possibility of cold
weather, because of the lateness of
the season, the porches will be heat
ed by radiators. The music will be
the best to be had and of course the
remainder will be up to a standard
long established by Montezuma balls.
Mr. O'Rlelly'a committees are as
Arrangements J. H. O'RIelly, E.
,T. Alger, Ivan Orunsfeld, Maynard
Uunsul, B. O. Jaffa, H. Schwletzer, H.
8. IMckard, Felix Lester.
Reception Maynard Gunsul, chair
man; Frank McKee, W. P. Johnson,
John Lee Clarke, D. A. Macpherson,
C. M. Carr, Alfred Grunsfeld, W. 8.
Hopewell. F. A. Hubbell, Noa Ilfeld,
f). N. Marron, W. S. Strlckler, M. W.
Flournoy. M. L. Stern, A. B. McGaf
fey, Sol. Luna, G. L. Brooks, J. N.
Toffin, Dr. J. F. Pearce, Judge I. A.
Abbott, F. H. Kent, P. F. McCanna.
H. H. Collier. Dr. J. H. Wroth, E.
V. Dobson, Dr. J. B. Cutter, W. B.
Chllders, J. E. Smithers, D. O. Grant.
M. O. Chadbourne, J. A. Weinman.
J. K. Hurley, Topcka; C. N. Cotton,
J, Gallup; W. C. Porterfield, Silver
City; Jose Sena, -Santa Fe; L. C.
Heckar.Belen, J. G. McNary, El Paso,
C. C. Hall, Hollywood, CAl.; H. J. Ha.
german, Roswell; W. L. Blbo, Carls
bad; J. A. Mahoney, Demlng; Lo
Verkamp, Flagstaff; W. O. Horabin,
Thoreau; Wm. Van Houten, Baton;
John Stein, Las Vegas.
Floor H. S. Plckard, chairman;
E. J. Alger, Felix Lester. D. S. Rosen
wald, H. B. Weiller, T. N. Wilkerson.
Leon Hertzog, John Lee Clarke, Roy
Music H. S. Plckard, chairman;
Felix H. Lester, Ivan Grunsfeld.
Program K. J. Alger, chairman;
B. O. Jaffa, Maynard Gunsul.
Decorations H. Schweitzer, chair
man; A. B. McGaffey. John Lee
YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHING
We are showing some ex
tremely nice things in light
and medium weight Suits,
especially adapted for school
S. Garcia, precinct 13, Bernalillo
J. W. Prestel, precinct 26, Berna
A. Miraibal, precinct 12, Bernalillo
Jose Apodaca, precinct 4. Bernalillo
Louis August, precinct 9, Valencia
IXJO LATK TO CLASSIFY.
FOUND Gold watch chain and
charm. Owner can have same oy
proving property at this office.
Subscribe for The Citizen and get
REMARKABLY LOW PRICES
Are being quoted on the re
mainder of our summer stock
, $7.50 to $10.00 Per Suit
All of good quality and make.
We"also have a big stock of
the new Fall Suits ready for
inspection. Our lines of Hats,
Shoes and Furnishings are
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
"A 109 North First St.
Mil If lads of Indian and Mexican Goods. Tba Cheapest
Plaoe te buy Navajo Blankets and Mitxlean Drawn Work
Mali Order Carefully and Promptly rilled.
Our Black Cat stockings for men,
women and children outwear any
thing on the market. They are a
boon to everybody who has no time,
inclination or ability for darning; 12 Vb
to 50 cents pair. C. May's Shotj
store, 314 West Central avenue.
Card signs, "Ttoonia Tor Rent,"
"Board," etc., for sale the office of
The Evening Citizen.
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD
ILY, 15 TO 20 PER CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
AVORTn OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES
THAN THEY CAN BE BOUGHT At
VANS JEWELRY CO.
Ono Door South of Drug Stonp.
FOR CASH ONLY
American Block per ton. ..... .$6.30
Cerrlllos Lump S.50
Anthracite Nut 8.50
Anthracite Mixed 0.00
Anthracite, furnace sixes ...... 0.50
Clean Gas Coke 8.00
LUMBER MILL WOOD.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
1 115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Between Railroad end Copper Ave., Tel. 74
I Refrigerators, Garden Hose, Garden Tools a
McCormick Harvesters and Mowers
H. B. Wallenhorst, Prop.
207 West Gold Phone 601
h Every Thing in the
h Meat Line First Class in
oest rrices possible
Your Patronage Is Solicited
and Courteous Treatment
Wholesale and Retail Hardware
Whiie Mountain Ice Gream Freezers
Garden Hose"and Lawn Mowers
Plumbing Hercules Powder Mine and Mill
Tinning High Explosives Supplies
Mail Orders Solicited
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