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ALBUQUERQUE EY EXINO CITIZEN.
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I'AKAOK A 1MIH
Our School Shoes MaKe Good In Style,
Fit and Wear.
They have as much snap as footwear for ;ros n up
people. Marrish looking lasts for boys, dainty
styles for girls. They have the right shape to fit
the foot of a growing child properly.
No unsightly wrinkles, no pinching. They are
made of reliable miterials and put together in such
a way that they will stand the hardest wear and
keep their shape. OUR PRICES ARE EXTRA
8 1-2 to 13, $1.25 to $2.00; 13 1-2 to 2, $1.50 to $2.25;
2 1-2 to 5 1-2, $1.75 to $2.50
8 1-2 to II, $1.00 to $1.85; II 1-2 to 2, $1.25 to 2.25;
2 1-2 to 6, $1.75 to $2.50
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Reliance Electric Co.
never sends inexperienced
workmen on any of the jobs;
one of the members of the firm
always gives his personal atten
tion to all work entrusted to his
care. Let us furnish you with
an estimate on any electrical
work you may have.
ft HI Phone 131 502 West Central Ave.
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
321-323 W. Central
Mis V. !.. lav. of I.a J'y:i, j rg-Ist.-I'i'd
al Hotel (.'ralg.'.
T. J. Ourren. the mining m:n, Ms
In tin1 city f rum I'onney, N. AI.
Cpoiko A K.io iiKin wan a nnrth-
lnHinil pa.'srtiirer thl morning.
Au.iri y II. V. 1. lSiyin ti;n rn
tnrri" il finn a business trip tn Santa
('. T. linnvn, thf Socorro mining
man. was an Albuquerque visitor yes
tctilay. V. Q. Ilathnay. brother of Mrs.
Kyli of (.iiants, is In tho city on
Mrs. H.iiiou. of SOS Santa Fe ave
nue, wa a iiiiwiim-r for Algodones
Mrs. It. H. HrlgKs returned home
, lan evening from an extended visit
In the east.
John F. Fullerton, of Socorro, ar
rived this morning from a visit to
the Pacific coast.
Mrs. I.. A. Collins and daughter, of
, Cubero. X. M., are In the city visit
ing and shopping.
Mr. and Mrs, Joseph Harnett have
returned from un outing spent in the
; Jempz mountain.
Mrs. Max Schuster has returned
(."in Philadelphia, where she was
visiting her daughter.
Mrs. A. (irunsfeld returned to her
home here yesterday after a year's
absence In Kurope.
J. U. 1dgblll. representing the As
sociated Wool lirowers' company. Is
In the city on business.
Attorney Summer Purkhart and
wife anticipate leaving this eveniiifi
on a pleasure tr'p east.
Geo. Utter, a mining man of Silver
City, was in the. city between trains
this morning while en route, to Ari
zona. Forest Inspector T. S. Woolsey, Jr.,'
who has been In the city on olllclal
business, left last night for Flagstaff,
officer O. F. Murray, of the terri
torial mounted police, stationed at
Kettner, Is in the city on oftlcial
Mrs. E. V. Dobson and daughter.
Miss Sue, returned home this morn
ing from an outing spent on the Pa
United States Marshal C. M. For
aker returned to the -city this morn
ing from a visit to his cattle ranch
at Kngle, N. M.
J. E. Newcomer, recently with Ar
mour & Co., at Pueblo, h-'s accepted
a clerical position lu the utllce of the
lower Sajita Fe yards.
Mr. and Mrs. Max Xordhaus, who
were married in Santa Fe on the
Cth. arrived In Albuquerque last
night and are registered at the Alva
rado. Attorney H. M. Dougherty and W.
E. Martin, who were In the territory
lal metropolis vesterdav boosting Tor
the Socorro county fair returned
home last night.
Rev. W. J. Marsh, pator of the
Congregational church, has returned
from Escondldo. Cal.. where he was
called recently bv the death of the
wife of a brother.
Dr. D. It. Conner left this afternoon
on the flyer for his home at Phoenix,
Ariz., after a pleasant visit In the
city to his brother. Dr. C. H. Con
ner, the local osteopath.
H. II. Hefts, city clerk of Silver
City, passed through this morning en
route east, accompanied by Mrs.
Hetts. They are going to New York
and Boston for a month's visit.
Mrs. James Stewart and Mrs. J. E.
Franklin are enjoying a visit from
their sister. Miss Kate Hell. Miss
Hell has Just returned to the con
tinent from a year trip abroad.
iMIs Jennie t'nilg. reeognh'.ed as
Albuquerque's favorite musician for
dance and theatre work and who
has officiated as pianist for the Kill
orchestra ever since it was organized
has severed her connection with that
orchestra, and Joined a new one
which will make Its appearance In
public In the near future.
Duncan MeCllvray has returned to
his home at Kstancla from New
York, where he went recently to pur
chase automobiles for the Alibuquer-(ue-Kstnncla
nutomo1iln line. Ho
succeeded In getting the kind of cars
that he wanted and thev are on the
road now and expected in time to
have the line open by fair time.
Edward Sultz and daughter, Miss
Ionian, will leave on the Chicago
limited this evening for Uoston.
where Mr. rtpltz will study the wool
market while Miss Snltz enters Wel
iesley college for a three year course.
Wellesley college Is on of the lead
ing collges of the east for young
Miss Jane McPartland. the Cen
tral avenue milliner, and her trim
mer, Miss Fiona Oarsky, have re
turned from spending a large part
of the summer 111 the wholesale mll
llnerv houses of tilt- east, buying
goods and learning the new styles.
Hon. J. F. Sulzer, member of the
late legislature and Governor Hager
mnn'.s -appointee as chairman of the
New Mexico penitentiary hoard, re
turned to the city last night from
attending a mceing of the board held
at the Capital City.
Judge A. H. Fall, attnrnev general
of New Mexico, left last n'.ght for El
Paso after spending several days in
the city looking after the territory's
interests In the land case, which was
on trial on demurrer before Judge
Ira A. Abbott.
.Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Huchanan left
last night for Chniiute. Kan., their
old home, where they are now called
on the s-id mission of burying their
little child in th family burial
ground?. The chifd passed away
Miss Ethel Hlckey. Miss Harsch
and Miss Lucy Hazeldine will leave
on the limited tomorrow evening for
New York, where they will sail for
Europe. They expect to be absent
from the states at least a year.
Dr. It. M. Williams
t Has moved to rooms 24 and
4 25, Harnett Hldg. Most modern
if electrical equipment in South- t
Champion Grocery Co.
l-'rol. Meats. Ktaitle and Fnnrv
T lirtKvrU-H, Scn.-nalle Fruits and
m c'K tunica. s
A Majestic Range is conducive
to morality. No worry Light
expense Good results. A car
load of them on the way. Come in
When vou desire Absolut
Comfort In Properly fitted
Glasses Consult us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
1 10 South Second St. :: Lense Grinding Done on Premises
IN THE JEWELRY LINEj
FINE WATCH REPAIRING
Diamonds, Wutches, Jewelry, Cut (ilass, Clocks, Silverware We
Invite your trade ami guarantee A Square D, ill.
LDMM0R1 & COMPANY
First Class Groceries and Meats
323 South Second Phone 791
We are taking orders for these
little preserving Tomatoes.
Only 5c per Pound.
Also 25 pound boxes of the
large ones for canning.
MONARCH GROCERY CO.
Phone SO, 307 W. Central
HT isn't simply that we sell Hart Schaifner
& Marx clothes that you find it worth
while to buy your things here.
That's a pretty good reason; but there are
others. We've a lot of other things that men
wear, that are worth having, too. If you
haven't found out that this store is the head
quarters for quality stuff, you've got something
coming to you.
cm:an CJAS COKE,
foil CASH ONLY.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
Fall Su'ts for Men
Fall Suits for Boys
Fall Neckwear and Hose
Fall Styles of Hats
Come in; we're here all the time
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
CIlVirUVT CTCDTVT The Central
JimVli ULLalXn Avenue Clothier
INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD
ILY, 15 TO 20 PEH CENT. WE
HAVE riVE HUNDRED DOLLARS
WORTH OE SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT IjOWEK PRICES
THAN THEY CAN RE BOUGHT Af
VANN JEWELRY CO.
One Dour South of Drug Storp.
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North First St.
All Kindt el Indian and Mexican Ceods. Ybe Cheapest
Place to bay Navajo Blankets and Mexican Drawn Work
Mall Order Carefully and Promptly rilled.
YOUR FALL SUO
We have hundreds of the finest imported and domestic fabrics, all of them
handsome pieces, and absolutely correct for the coming season. If you want
a suit that is different from the rank and file of suits, perfect in fit and finish,
and unexcelled in wearing qualities, come in and see us. Our garments are
made by a tailoring house that has established a world-wide reputation.
They cost no more than the ready-made, and our guarantee is satisfaction or
CLOTHIER G.G. PE.RRY, HABERDASHER
119 SOUTH SECOND
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115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
jb. Between Central ant! Copper Ave.,
fc We Have a Very Desirable Line of
At Best Possible Prices b
Let Us Supply Your Needs iot the Fair d
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If its ui-u, smify clothing you will jhnl it here.
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Get the Stein-Bloch Habit j
Our new fall and winter stock of Men's and Boy's
Clothing is almost complete
We are agents for STEIN-BLOCH Clothing for
Men this is the best to be obtained $18.00 to
$32.00 per suit-- try a suit
Sam Peck's celebrated boys' clothing
the best on earth
$5.00 to $7.50 per suit
E. L. Washburn Company
H H. B. Wallenhorst, Prop.
tJ 207 Wtst Gold Phone 601
Every Thing in the m
Meat Line First Class in fi
Best Prices Possible h
Your Patronage Is Solicited
and Courteous Treatment
HI.TN E Y COM P Alsl Y
"W"lTciltt-lt5 unci It?teil Hardware
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MINE AND MILL
$ SPORTING GOODS
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113-1 IB-117 SOUTH FIRST STREET AND 401-403 NORTH FIRST STffEST