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title: 'Albuquerque citizen. (Albuquerque, N.M.) 1907-1909, October 17, 1907, Page PAGE EIGHT, Image 8',
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2XBUQUEIIQUE El EHINQ CITIZEN.
TIU-nSDAY', (TVftP.n IT. 1(K)7.
Snappy Shoes for Fall and Winter
Just heavy enough to keep out the
cold and dampness. No unnecessary
leather to carry around and tire you
out Soft and flexible to feel easy from
the moment you put them on. Stylish
and well fitting to show "off your foot
to the best advantage. We guarantee
good wear and make you the judge of
our prices & i k & &
Mrn'ii Patent Colt Shoe $. to $1.00
Mrn Viol Kill Shoes 2.50 to 4.00
Mfir lo Calf Shoo 2 2S to S.M)
Mens Sntln Calf Shoe 1.H.1 to 2.50
Women's Patent KM Slioes 8 00 to 6.00
Women's Vlci KUI Slioes 2M to 5.00
Women's TVHiRola Shoes 1.50 to 2.25
Shoes for Hoys and Girls 1.00 to 2.50
208 South Sacoad
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
321-323 W. Central
THB BEST BAR NONE
Our Great Strength
Lies in Our Capacity for Giving
Most Value for the Money
2 True, we eclipse others in the freshness of our?
offerings, in their high-grade quality, and in the
ft excellence ot our service, but we know that our w
2 patrons recognize us primarily as "the givers of $
good value." Not a bad sort of reputation,
either, we think ot ot ot ot V
5 We are showing a large variety
$ of the latest styles in
I MEN'S OVERCOATS
At $15, $18, $20. $22.50 up to $30$
Fred Hunlng Is la the city from
Juan Otero, a ranchman of Chilli!,
Is In the city on business.
'Manuel S. Panches, of Estancla, Is
In the city on business.
Dr. and "Mrs. K. M. Johnson went
to Iaguna last night on a pleasure
Carlos Haca", sheriff of Valencia
county, from. Los Lunas, Is In the
Manuel Sanchez, a business man
of Estancla, Is transacting business In
HcputytT. 8. Marshal Newcomer
left IiisCnTght for Santa Fe on offi
Joseph Holzman. a sreneral mer
chant of Corona, N. M., Is In the
city visiting friends.
Secretary Nathan Jaffa and fum
lly have returned to Santa Fe after
a short visit In the city to relatives.
O. A. Brink, representative of the
Occidental Llf Insurance company,
returned lat night from a business
trip to Denver.
Deputy U. 8. Marshal Bogh will
leave tonight for Las Cruces to at
tend a hearing of Chinese cases be
fore the United States court.
Airs. W. J. Burke returned to her
home at Wlnslow on the limited this
afternoon after having spent fair
week here wHh her sister, Mrs. S.
W. J. Johnson, head bookkeeper
at The Bank of Commerce, expects
to leave this evening on his annual
vacation and a trip east. lie will
be absent from the city several
Attorney E. V. Chaves has return
ed to the city from spending the
summer in California. Mrs. Chaves
will follow in the near future and
they will spend the winter in Albu
Miss Carrie Heydt. who has been
a clerk at the book store of Hawley
on the corner for the past year, will
leave tne last or the week ror Kan
sas City for an extended vUit to
T. M. Davy, who laid down the
ticket punch a few years aro and
took up the hoe as a means of liveli
hood and settled on a cleam near
Suwanee, N. M., was an Albuquerque
visitor yesterday. Jtfr. Davy Is sell
ing hay cut on the upland this year
for 114 a ton.
tMIss Elisa Dieckmann, of South
Third street, left this morning for
Kansas City, where she will be the
guest of friends and relatives a few
weeks. On leaving Kansas City. Miss
Dieckmann will go to Loulslana for
a visit and will probably remain in
the soufn all winter.
The California limited was two
hours late today as a result of an
engine blowing out a cylinder head
norm ot naton. The train was go
ing at full speed when the accident
occurred, (but the engine slowed
down and brought the train to a
standstill without doing any other
Arthur G. Wells, general manager
of the Santa Fe coast lines, passed
through the city this morning en
route east accompanied by his fam
ily. Mr. wells has lust passed
through a severe illness, which left
his usually robust figure short forty
pounds of weight, lie Is now on hU
way to New York for a long rest.
Horace iMiddleton, representing
the Dupont Powder company, in
Arizona, passed through the city this
afternoon on the California limited
en route from Chicago to Phoenix.
Mr. Mlddlcton was recently transfer
red from, this territory to Arizona,
and given the state of California
Announcements have been receiv
ed here of the approaching marriage
of J. H. Teasdale, traveling salesman
for the Hamilton-Brown Shoe com
pany, and Miss Mary Mabelle Hu
man, of St. Louis. The wedding will
take place at the home of the bride
on October 19th. Mr. Teasdale is one
of the most popular traveling sales
men making Albuquerque.
Reason tickets for Brotherhood
lecture course may be reserved at
Matson's tomorrow morning at 9
o'clock. Season tickets will ibe given
preierence until asturuay noon when
the board win be opened for reser
vation of one entertainment tickets,
limb Burdette, the great humorist,
will open the course Tuesday night
at the opera house.
At 9 o'clock last night occurred
the death of Miss Clarie E. Wilson,
the fourteen year old daughter of
William C. Wilson, a carpenter con
tractor residing at 418 West Hazel
dine avenue. Funeral arrangements
will be announced later, upon the
arrival of relatives from Colorado.
The deceased was well known and
popular, having lived In this city all
her life and a large number of
friends will be grieved to learn of her
Henry Brockmeler. who la in the
city from San Diego, Cal., looking
after his Albuquerque real estate in
terests and visiting his many friends
here, says that fan Diego is the com
ing city of California. Mr. Brock
meler has prospered since going
there and he says that all the other
Albuquerqueah8 that have gone there
nave done likewise. J. W. Edwards,
formerly an undertaker here, assist
ed iy his son-in-law, Is living easy In
National City, Calfl. and the head of
a thrifty grocery firm. National City
Is Just south of San Dieno. i. W.
Parks, another former Albuquerque
an holds a lucrative position with
the city of San Diego. H. (i. Miller
has a la rite rooming house and Jer
ome Mallett, formerly a druggist In
tins city, has a clerical position with
a large lumber company in Sun
Diego. Miss earing ha.s a fashion
able rooming house In San Diego.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY.
Diamonds. Watches, Jewelry, Cut (.Insx, Clocks, Silverware. We
Invite your trade and guarantee A Square Deal.
Whan you dealre Abaolute
Comfort In Properly rittod
Qlaaaea Consult ua.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
1 10 South Second St. :: Lense Grinding Done on Premises
ITM TUI? TT7VYT7I T?V T TNT7
FtNE WATCH ReXPAIRINQ
Next Irrigation Meeting Will be
-More Largely Attended
Than Last One.
The work of advertising the 1908
Irrigation congress, which in to meet
in Albuquerque next October, has
been begun in Colorado already, ac
cording to Col. D. K. B. Sellers, the
real estate agent, w-ho Just returned
from a business trip to Denver.
TChe prospect is that the next ir
rigation congress will be more large
ly attended than the one held at
Sacramento, Cul.," said the colonel
this afternoon. "While In Colorado
I received ah Invitation to make a
tour of the states of Colorado and
Kansas with the Colorado State Com
mercial association. The advertising
1 speak of as being done now is toe
ing done iby this association. Ex
perts on the Irrigation of various
products are carried on the excur
sion and at each stop these experts
deliver lectures and rTand out litera
ture on Irrigation. Each piece of
this literature has on It, 'Don't fail
to attend the nrxt National Irriga
tion congress at Albuquerque, X. M.'
.' This excursion will be on the road
several weeks and will stop at sev
eral hundred cities and towns. Frank
A. Gouty, president of the (National
Irrigation association, Is on the train,
seeing that the approaching con
gress Is well advertised."
DIAMONDS ARE TRUMPS
ALL THE TIME
IXCJtKASIXG IX VALUE STEAD
ILY, 15 TO 20 PEK CENT. WE
HAVE FIVE HUNDRED DOMjAKA
WORTH OF SMALL STONES WE
WILL SELL AT LOWER PRICES
THAN THEY CAN BE llOCGHT At
VANN JEWELRY CO.
One Door South of Drug Stone.
All the latest fall shapes Just received In both Sett and Stiff Hals.
$4.00 and $5.00
The trial of the Base of the Ter
ritory vs. Iandro Diunislo aiid N.
Micelll, charged with stealing $400
from an Isleta Indian named San
Juan Lucero, which was begun yes
terday afternoon, was continued to
day, but at four o'clock, the exami
nation of witnesses had not been
The defense Is being conducted by
Attorney W. C. Heacock and the
prosecution by District Attorney
Clancy. (Micelll, of the defendants.
is absent from the city, but the trial
Is proceeding against his co-defendant,
Dlonlsio, who, when put upon
the stand testified to the effect that
he was not present when the money
Is alleged to have been taken from
The crime of which the defendants
are charged was committed in Feb
ruary, 1!07, In the saloon owned by
Dlonlsio and Micelll on First street.
Lucero had $475 in his possession
which was half of an amount he had
recently received from the govern
ment in settlement of a depredation
claim, and on the night of the rob
bery had been drinking. The money
was taken while he was asleep.
Four hundred dollars of this was In
an envelope and when Lucero awoke
this wag missing, together with oth
er money loose in his domes.
Vnuns A tain st Oualntano Dismissed
Judge Ira A. Abbott this morning
dismissed the case of the Territory
vs. Jose D. Quintano, and ordered It
stricken from the docket. The de
fendant was charged with assaulting
his wife and the case has been tried
once, but the jury disagreed. It has
since been learned that the husband
and wife have become reconciled
and in view of this the case was dismissed.
A NICE LINE NOW IX.
Full American Cream
Black Eagle Limburger
Sap Sage, Edam
French Roquefort, loaf
Parmasan, In glass.
Grnulne Imported in Tin.
Fromage De Brie
The Sun never sets on
Aj the creat orb throwi its
rays upon tl.e revolving earrh,
it revuls, in every clime, this
world's standard of hat atyle,
beauty and character.
1 he w?ll drwed men of all
natiom knew it or its satisfac
Every Stetson bears the
We hvr Ihff SiffTton 9"t ind Dctbr
Halt in ait tb Utcitt flirlci.
Buy a Hart, Shaffner & Marx Suit
Best Clothes for the Money on Earth
$22.00 $42 GO
SIMON STERN T&ZSlL.
BENNETT'S. CURIO STORE
109 North rirst St.
All Kinds ot Indian and Maxloan Goods. Tbo Cboapost
Plaea to buy Navajo Blankats and Uaxlean Drawn Work
Mall Ordora Carefully ana Promptly-rillad.
307 W. Central.
I Fresh Meats
! ' Staple and Fancy
I Seasonable Fruits and
I LUCOA OLIVE OIL
! Mattucci Brow,
W.TIJarma Phone at
C. G. PERRY
119 South Second
115-117 NORTH FIRST STREET
l.i 'ST Small black and tan dog; nn
swers to name of "Klnsie." Re
ward for return to 116 South High
si reet .
WA.NTKl) 40 head of horses for
winter pasture, SO acres of first
class alfalfa pasture at Alameda.
od water, good fence. Terms.
II. 50 per month. Address, Brill at
Ross. Box 4 43 Albuquerque.
E. L. WASHBURN COi
KALE IJV ASSIGNEE.
I will sell at public aut-tton all
real uml mtiiu1 roH-rty luiil by
ni ns a.li.'tice of Charles Zeigor at
tlio front iloor of the lHrntollii', Al
buquerque, N. M.. at 12 o'clock noon,
NowiiiIkt 4s.Ii. IU07. Kor further in
formation pull on r address, Frank
II. Moore. Altrntf, Room , Har
iiclt RutldiiiK. Albuquerque, X. M.
io-TiMt Mccormick cures
Till; I.KMOit HABIT.
NFAV FANCY DRY GOODS AR
RIVING EVERY DAY AT MRS. M.
C. 1 1. SO VS. 221 WEST GOLD.
MVTKRHIj AMI STAMPING FOR
Ptops earache In two minutes:
toothache or pain of burn or scald
In five minutes; hoarseness, one hour;
muscleaehe, two hours; sore throat,
twelve hours Dr. Thomes Eclectrlc
Oil, monarch over pain.
Buy a pair of our Regal shoes for
men. They are recognized every
where as the best valuea on the mar
ket and as leaders in up to date
styles. Box Calf, Vlci Kid, Velaen
Calf. Fatent Colt, Iiace or Button.
Prices 13.50 and 14.00. C. May's
Shoe Store, 314 West Central ave
nue. For IioiiM-tiold (roods, rail on Ctiaa.
Ii. KrpiH'lur. 317-19 South Second.
If you haven't the time to everclse
regularly, Doan"s Regulets will pre
vent constipation. They induce a
mild, easy, healthful action of the
bowels, without griping. Ask your
(It assist for them. 25c.
Kennedy's Laxatlv trough Syrup Is
a safe, sure and prompt remedy for
coughs and colds, and is good for
every member of the family. Sold
by J. H. o ulelly.
Take PeWltfs Little Early Pills.
Sold by J. H. O'Rielly.
Furniture repairs. CI ins. Ii. Kep
pcler, 317-19 South StH-ond.
Bring us your jot) wor. Prices
the very lowest and the work will
stand inspection anywhere. Business
and ral'ing card? a aoeclalty.
Embroidery collar. Pattern given
free with the November style book
of Indies Home Journal Patterns at
the pattern counter.
IiEON I. OTKItX.
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Ranges Ranch Supplies
Give Us a Call and Look Over Our Line m
WholeBQle and Retell Hardware
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