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2LLBUQUEBQUE ETEUlNGf CITIZEN.
TlIt'RRDAV, SKPTF.MnKU 12 107.
Shoes for Boys and Girls
The kind they need for their walk to and from School.
They are strong enough to stand the hardest kind of wear.
They fit the tender foot of a growing child comfortably and
they have enough style to please the eye of the most partic
ular people. Our prides are very reasonable.
Vici Kid Shoes, from
Box Calf Shoes, from -Patent
Kid Shoes, from
$1.00 to $1.85
1.25 to 2.00
1.50 to 2.50
Satin Calf Shoes, from
Vici Kid Shoes, from -Patent
Colt Shoes, from
$1.25 to $2.25
1.50 to 2.50
1.65 to 2.75
TUESDAY, SEPT. 17
208 South iacond
321-323 W. Central
THE BESTBAR NONE
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
Diamonds, WaUlies, Jewelry, Cut GIuhh, Clocks, Silverware.
Invite your trade ami guarantee A Square Deal.
t-uclan Rodpnwald left this morn
Inn for his home in Kansas City.
'Hon. Solomon Luna was a passen
ger for Santa Fe this mornliiK.
Miss Aline Hlxler left la?t right
for Tennessee, where she will study
Maynnrd Ounsul left on the limit
ed for (lallun, where he Is called on
Prank Hubliell returned today
from Santa Fe. where he has been
Captain W. H. Olllen water return
ed to the city last nlxht from a busi
ness trip to Manta Fe.
Miss huella A'bell, a niece of John
Heaven, left today for Pueblo, Colo.,
where she will visit friends.
K. Dana Johnson, of the staff of
the Morning Journal, left on the
flyer for a short visit to Pasedena,
S. 1. Mean, superintendent of ma
chinery on the Santa Fe coast lines,
arrived In the city today on delayed
train No. 2.
The Woman's Relief corps will
give an old fashioned eamptire at
Ked Mens hall tomorrow evening.
Everybody is Invited.
Hon. Harvy Richards, member of
the council of the late legislature,
spent yesterday In the city and went
to Santa Fe last night.
Dr. P. O. Cornish left on the Cali
fornia limited today for Flagstaff,
Ariz., where he Is called Into con
sultation on a surgical operation.
Mrs. Chas. S. Kessler left this
morning for her home at Dallas,
Texas, after a pleasant visit in the
city to her sister, Mrs. I G. Rice.
The colored people's dance at the
skating rink last night was attended
by a large crowd of people. There
was also skating, and refreshments
William C. Barnes, formerly sec
retary of the territorial cattle sani
tary board, but now a grazing Inspec
tor In the forest service, arrived in
the city yesterday.
Mrs. Jay A. Hubbs and daughter,
Jean, arrived in Denver today where
they will remain for several days be
fore proceeding to Chicago where
Miss HuiUba will enter the University
Mrs. J. H. Fenner has returned
frcm a pleasure trip to southern
California. Mr. Fenner, who accom
panied her to California, remained
I the land of flowers and Is not ex
pected home for several weeks yet.
J. D. Carpenter, superintendent of
the American Dumber company In
the Zunl mountains. Is an Albuiuer
iue visitor. The Misses Carpenter,
his daughters, who have been at
tending the Institute at Belen, arrived
in the city yesterday.
Marlon Powe. of Silver City, and
J Miss Edith Craig, of Durango, Colo.,
were married at 3 o clock this after
noon at the parsonage of the First
Methodist church by Dr. Rollins,
pastor of the church. The groom Is
a wealthy Grant county cattle raiser.
pltal ten days ago. The remains
were taken to Oallup on train No. I
today, for burial.
Ralph W. Johnson, treasurer of the
Santa Barbara Tlw and Pole Co.,
reached his home In this city today
from the property of the company
In northern New Mexico. He reports
that the company will soon have a
big shipment of ties ready for the
tie treating plant In this city.
Duncan Mctiilvray, the chief pro.
moter of the A IbU'iuerque-EstancIa
automobile line, arrived In the city
yesterday afternoon In his touring
car after a drive over the proposed
route of the automobile line. Mr.
McOllvray was accompanied by a
couple of Estancla ladies coming to
Albuquerque to ito shopping, left Es
tancla Tuesday morning. The car
broke down near the summit of the
mountains, and they experienced
considerable trouble repairing It suf
ficiently to continue the trip. Mr.
Duncan says that the new line will
be In operation In plenty of time to
bring Kstancla people to tne terri
At the big tent tonight the Nye
Dramatic company will present the
unique and very Interesting bill of
A Runaway Wife," and Introduce the
trained bear queen. Saturday night
'Teck's Bad Hoy" will be staged as
a benefit for the local lodge of For
esters. There will alt-o be given away
Saturday night a gold watch to the
most popular lady attending the
show. Keep the numbers from con
cert tickets and get the small barrel
of money that is to be given the
holder of the lucky number. There
will be no change of prices. Children
10c, adults 20c; come early to get
Rood seats as first to come are the
llrst served, and, have their choice of
TOO IATK TO CLASSIFY.
FOR RENT Three-room house with
screen porch. Well furnished, very
close In. 120, Including water and
light. D. Hunsaker. 205 West Gold
W A.N TED An experienced maker at
once. Madam Steward-Lamb, ex
clusive milliner. 210 South Second
Miss Vera Graham returned to uie
city last night from an outing at
the Valley ranch. Mis Urahma says
that huntlnjr Is fine In the vicinity of
the Valley ranch. She helped to kill
a coyote, which was first trapped,
and brought the pelt home with her
to be mounted.
Died, Florence Plcard, aged 13
years, at 1 a. m. this morning as the
result of an operation for peritonitis.
The patient was the daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Morris Plcard, of Gallup.
and was brought to St. Joseph's hos-
STVDY OIK PRICES.
1 ouart fruit cans, per doz 60c
Small lanterns 15c
Full size lanterns oc
Slaw cutters 30c
Toy carts 20c
Iron wagons. $1 to $2.50
Chair seats from 8c to 15c
Brass wash boards 40c
Glass wash boards 45c
Pall wash boards 18c
2 bars Fels Naptha soap 15c
7 foot chains for swings, per pr..75c
We carry a good assortment . of
tents and tent files.
Win. Kleke, Proprietor.
Notice of Sale.
I have this day soid my entire busi
ness situated at Jemez Pueblo, San
doval county, to L. B. Putney. I will
pay all debts and collect all outstand
Everybody's friend Dr. Thomas'
FJclectric Oil. Cures toothache, ear
ache, sore throat. Heals cuts, bruises,
scalds. Stops any pain.
Amateur C'lminidonshlp Games.
Socorro, Geronimo and Barelas
Grays will play a double-header at
Traction park sunaay anemoon
Sent. 17. for the amateur champion
shlD of New Mexico. First game will
be called at 1:45 p. m. sharp; one
price of admission for both games.
All three teams are evenly matched,
and a good exhibition of baseball can
Itching, torturing skin eruptions
dlaflgures, annoy, drive one wild.
Doans Ointment brings quick relief
and lasting cures. Fifty cents at any
Our watermelons are always
fresh from the ranch and ab
solutely guaranteednow 2
cents per pound and we fol
low the market.
We are handling the sweet
est Rocky Fords sold in Albu
querque. Try them.
MONARCH GROCERY CO.
Phone SO, 307 W. Central
C'LKAX CAS COKE,
FOK CASH ONLY.
W. H. HAHN & GO.
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
INCREASING IN VALUE STEAD
ILY. 13 IX) 20 PER CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED IKJLLARS
WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT 1XWEK PRICES
THAN THEY CAN HE BOUGHT At
VANN JEWELRY CO.
One Door Soutli of Drug Stonp.
AN EYE OPENER
A look at our new fall stock of Suits and Top
Coats will convince even the most skeptical
that it's not necessary now-a-days to pay a
custom tailor from $35 to $50 for a suit in
order to be well dressed. It can be done here
at a saving of $J5 or $20 a Suit. m
Next Time You Buy Clothes Think Farther
Than the price, and the way they look when
you try them on. Question is how will they
look in two or three months ?
If they're Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes you
can come pretty near telling how they'll look
then; all-wool and good tailoring keep shape
and cotton-mixed stuff doesn't.
We'll Show You the Right Kind
SIMON STERN SrSAr
BENNETT'S CURIO STORE
109 North Plrat St.
All Kinds ot Indian and Maxlean Goods, t'be Cboapest
Plaoa to bay Navajo Blankots and M&xloan Dram-n Work
Mall Order Carefully end Promptly rilled.
When you desire Absolute
Comfort In Properly Pitted
Classe Consult us.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
MO South Second St. :: Lense Grinding Done on Premises
FALL SUIT TALK
It is not consoling to walk down the street behind a man who is wearing
your suit in duplicate. Good dressers everywhere and all the time cling
to the custom made garments, because of their individuality. Finer or
more handsome fabrics are not made, than the ones we carry, and your
suit will be made to your absolute satisfaction in every respectotherwise,
you do not pay.
IN THE IEWELRY LINEj
PlNE WATCH RtPAIRINO
5 LQMMQRI & COMPANY
First Class Groceries and Meats
323 South Second Phone 791
CLOTHIER C. G. PERRY, HABERDASHER
119 SOUTH SECOND
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
Between Central anti Coppor Ave.,
If its new, snappy clothing yon will find it here.
Get the Stein-Bloch Habit
Our new fall and winter stock of Men's and Boy's
Clothing is almost complete mt
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
fcr Champion Grocery Co.
Qr ? I ii' li Mi'iiti, Slaplo ami I 'miry
fv ' i iiivrlfi, Nt'UMiimlilo fruit and
K- 1 622-24 W. Tijeras Phone 51 j
fy Dr. n. m. miunis
M ! Has moveii to rooms 24 and
CY)' -5. Harriett Mil. Most niort.-rn
C5 ; electrical equipment In South-
Ftl i west.
We Have a Very Desirable Line of
At Best Possible Prices
Let Us Supply Yout Needs for the Fait
WholeMale f n 1 1 Retail Unrdwcirt;
) VjfeJfi um m
7 f:47fi IMPLEMENTS and
MINE AND MILL
mi $ 4 SPORTING GOODS
FNAMFI and ;: il 14 H&.itfok itfiRSii 4?, and
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