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WIND UP SALE OF LOW SHOES
FOR MEN, WOMEN and CHILDREN
PAR AOK Al'HS
The balance of our Oxfords have to go within a few
days and we have further cut the prices in order to succeed.
We have not all sites in every line; yours may be here.
.Won't you come and find out?
It Will Pay You To Investigate
Women's C'anviw Oxfords 81.50 marked 91.15
Women's Couva.4 OxTor.U 2.00 marked 1.50
Women' Itomfrola Oxfords 1.75 marked 1.15
Women's A id Kid Oxfords 2.50 marked l.5
Women's Viet Kid Oxfords 3.00 marked 2.35
Women's latent Kid Oxfoitls 3.50 market! 2.85
Men's Canvas SImmh mid Oxford1 1.50 marked 1.20
Men's Itlnck and Tan Oxfords 2.50 marked 1.95
Men's ltlnek and Tan Oxfords 3.00 marked 2.25
Men's lilaek anil Tan Oxfords 3.50 marked 2.85
If in Need of Fixtures
g Reliance Electric Co.
Cor. 5th St and Central Ave.
We Have the Largest Stock of
Fixtures Ever Seen in the City
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
321-323 W. Central
Soon J f&Wty THmg
ST0VE ""w Hme
Attorney V. R Chambers Is in
Santa Fe attending supreme court.
Mlvuel Torres, of "Kl Defensor" of
Socorro, was a visitor here yester
day. C. A. Writiht. of the Ah-iraclo
Curio rooms, Is enjoying a short va
cation. .Attorney T. X. YVHkerson went to
Santa Ke this morning to attend su
Attorney John OritTlths and fam
ily. f Socorro, were visitors In the
Woodmen Circle meeting at 2:30
o'clock tomorrow afternoon In Odd
C. H. F.lmendorf. general manager
of the Socorro company. Is In the
city from Slmendorf.
Emillo Baca, of Socorro, was
among the Ueni City excurstonl-ts In
Judse Irra A. Abbott was a pass
enger for Santa Fe this morning to
attend supreme court.
H. M. Porter and Miss Porter re
turneo to the. city this morning from
a visit to friends nt Isleta.
Attorney W. K. Maddison Is
among the Albuquerque attorneys
attending supreme court.
Paul Dalles, a member of the John
Heeker company of Helen, was an
Albuquerque visitor yesterday.
George Cook, the well known
Socorro liveryman, and family, were
visitors In the city yesterday.
District Attorney Clancy was
among the Albuquerque attorney
going to Santa Fe this morning.
John Oreenwald, an ex-member of
Socorro board of county commission
ers and miller at Socorrj, was here
Mrs. Margaret E. Medler, who is
visiting friends in Hannibal, Mo., Is
expected to return the last of this
Mrs. John A. Hall, who had been
visiting relatives in the city, left on
train Xo. 2 this morning for her
home In Miamisburg, Ohio.
Mrs. Ella Johnson Sehlott, of Las
Vegas, will leave for Alaska on Sep
tember 1, to look after mining Inter
ests near Dawson City.
W. E. Martin, clerk of the Third
Judicial District, of Socorro, was in
Albuquerque yesterday boosting for
the Socorro county fair.
Professors Mark Johnson and C.
P. Maloy went to El Paso last night
on business for the Whltson Music
Deputy U. S. Marshal J. H. Smith,
returned last night froni a trip on
Ofliclal business In Taos, lilo Arriba
and Santa Fe counties.
F. H. Kent, a local real estate
broker, returned last night from a
two months' visit to Los Angles. Mrs.
Kent will return later.
Mrs. William Morris, wife of the
Central avenue Jeweler, left yester
day morning for Chicago, where she
will be the guest of relatives a few
A. B. Loken, time keeper for the
American Lumber company, accom
panied by Mrs. Loken, has returned
from a vacation spent In Duluth,
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Zelgler and lit
tle daughter left this morning for
AUentown. Pa., where thev will be
the guef ts of Mr. Zeigler's parents,
for a couple of months.
The committee on arrangements
for the dance to be given by the com
mercial telegraphers' union at the
Casino tomorrow evening, have com
pleted arrangements for the enter
tainment of a l irge crowd. The Elks
orchestra will furnish. the music nnd
n pleasant evening Is assured all who
attend. The bar will be closed and
no intoxicating liquors will be sold.
John Artega, 'he clever expert soft
drinks mlxernloglst at the J. H.
O'ltie-lly & Co., fountain, returned to
the city yesterday from a vacation
spent In Santa Fe and Iis Vegas.
Died. Testerdny at 1 p. m., Jesusl
t.i Arias, aged one year and five
months, daughter of Salvador Arias,
an employe of the local brick yard.
The funeral was held this morning
and the body wits burled In San Jose
The death of Lavlna E. Price, aged
SI years, occurred early this morning
at St. Joseph's hospital. The deceased
is the mother of J. It. Price, former
ly of Cleveland, Ohio. The remains
will be taken to Cleveland for Inter
ment. Mrs. Meleton Chaves, Mrs. J. M.
Chaves. Mrs. Solomon Luna and Mrs.
M. H. Otero were a quartette of Al
buquerque women, who returned to
the city this morning from Long
Heaeh. where they spent the larger
part of the summer.
Manager Oraham. of the Colorado
Telephone company, left this morn
ing with a force of men for Alemeda
where they will complete the work
on the telephone line between Her
nalillo anil Alemeda. The new line
will be completed In about ten days.
The Clifton Med" will be here next
Saturday to play Matson's llrownles
and will remain over until Monday.
Here is an opportunity for Albu
querque fans to see some sport. Clif
ton ts touted to be the best in Ari
zona. They will have to show Albu
Attorney Oeo. S. Klock Is In Santa
Fe to appear before the supreme
court on behalf of the Xew Mexico
Har association in the case against
Attorney Hittson, the Tucumcari law
ver. who Is rhnrct'il with nnrrrifej.
ional conduct ajid is sought to be
Chas. Hunt, the El Paso cattle
man. arrived from the south this
morning. After a short visit here, Mr
Hunt will go to Santa Fe for a visit
to Governor Curry. Governor Curry
and Mr. Hunt were comrades so to
speak In the pioneer days of ' Xew
Miss Ilaura, of Omahn, Nebraska,
sister of Mrs. James W. Raynolds,
who has been a house guest at the
Raynolds residence In Santa Fe for
the past three weeks, expects to re
turn to Omaha Thursday. She will
be accompanied by James, the eldest
son of Hon. and Mrs. Raynolds.
Chief of Police McMlllIn received
a telegram this morning stating that
Sheriff Frank Harnett of Oakland,
would start this morning for Albu
querque to take charge of Fred Pas
kil. the boy who stole Jewels and oth
er property from a rancher for whom
he was working In Alemeda county,
Cal., and was caught here two weeks
John Kennedy, a well known
merchant of Gallup, was an Albu
querque visitor over Sunday. Mr.
Kennedy and a number of other Car
bon City men own one of the best
coal properties In McKlnley county
which they expect to operate before
snow files this winter. The property
Is within a mile of the town of Gal
lup. Supervisor Ross McMillan and T.
H. Sherrard, a special forestry In
spector, who are making a tour of
the Pecos River. Jemez and Xatlon
al Forests and who have been ab
sent for two weeHs, will return to
Santa Fe the middle of next week.
Accompanying them are Mrs. McMil
len, wife of the supervisor. Miss
Lewis, of Xew Vork. a niece of Mr.
Sherrard, ana Miss Bennett of Phoe
nix, Arizona. The trip Is being made
on horseback and the party is re
ported to be having an enjoyable
A Majestic Range is conducive
to morality. No worry Light
expense Good results. A car
load of them on the way. Come in
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware.
Invite jour trade and guarantee A Square Deal.
When you desire Absolut
Comfort In Properly ritted
Classes Consult us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
110 South Second St. :: Lense Grinding Done on Premises
IN THE JEWELRY LINE
FINE WATCH RB.PAIRINQ
LOMMORI & COMPANY
First Class Groceries and Meats
323 South Second Phone 791
NORSE AND BUGGY
PLUNGE 125 FEET
Clothes That Are Worth More Than
GOME 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 Scuth Second 110 West Cold
H. B. Wallenhorst, Prop.
207 West Gold Phone 601
p every 1 rung in the
jj Meat Line First Class in
jj Eest Prices Possible
B - g
K Your Patronage Is Solicited
h and Courteous Treatment
h ." Assured, C
fs oramiKsn u
Family of Frank Trotter Has
Narrow Escape From
While returning from a day's out
ing in Hear canyon yesterday, Hugh
Trotter, of the grocery firm of Trot
ter and Hawkins, his wife, four-year
old girl and little baby, all had a
narrow escape from death In i
a runaw ay, i ney were riding In a
new Mingle buggy coming down the
canyon last evening when, for some
unknown reason the horse took
fright and plunged over the steep
embankment. The occupants were
precipitated headlong down the
steep incline and slid 125 feet below
the road, yet miraculously escaped
without serious Injury. The buggy
was badly smashed and the horse
received some slight bruises. Mrs.
Trotter was badly shaken up and
bruised ns was Mr. Trotter, but the
children escaped with scarcely a
The buggy was so badly damaged
that It had to be left In the canyon.
It was brought in this morning by a
native from the vicinity. The horse
was captured after the smashup and
brought home last night. The Trot
ter family were picked up by friends
who were spending the day In the
canyon and the different members of
the family were brought back In
three different vehicles.
They costthat's the kind of
clothes you like to buy.
That's the kind we sell; and
they're Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes, because that's the kind
lr. It. M. Wllllanm
H;is moved to rooms 24 nnd
4 25, Marnett Hldg. Most modern
f electrical equipment in South- 't
f west. t
We don't know just how you
feel about it; but we can tell you
one th'ng-'ycu can't find any
better clothes than these; there
are none made.
Our style 10. 15 nnd 25 Black Cat j
siecKing ior Doys nna gins are unsur
passed in wear, fit and fast color. If
you are not very fond of darning and
want the best for your money you
will buy no others. 25c a pair at O.
May's Shoe Store, 314 West Central
De Witt's Carbonized Witch Hazel
Salve penetrates the pores and heals
quickly. Sold by J. H. O'Rielly & Co.
Subscribe for Th Kvenlng Citizen
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
1 09 North. First St.
All Kinds of Indian and Mexican Goods. Vba Cboapasl
Plaea to buy Navajo Blankats and Maxlcan Drawn Work
Malt Ordara Carafutly mnd Promptly rillad.
M,iiiiiMW!j.'MsfYfTnriTMlll I Ml I Hi III
Fresh Shelled Pecans,
Walnuts and Almonds
MONARCH GROCERY CO.
Fresh Meats J
Staple and Fancy
Fruits and 1
Matteucci Brothers :
6?2-24 W. Tljeras Phone 5 1 I
FOR CASH ONLY
American Block per ton 58.50
Ccrrillos Lump e.50
Anthracite Xut 8.50
Antliraclte MLxed 90
Anthracite, furnace sizes 9.50
Clean Can Coke e.oo
LUMBER MILL WOOD.
W. II. HAHN & CO.
rsrv ffar rn-sr ri n r n . i w
iMj&2iMjiE& urn mm
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Between Central and Coppar Ave.,
We Have a Very Desirable Line of
At Best Possible Prices
Let Us Supply Your Needs foi the Fait
vv til 1 il V UUMPANY
MINE AND MILL
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113113117 SOUTH P.R9T STREET AND 401-403 NORTH FIRST STREET