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h fAGE EJGTTT.
MONDAY, fMTOUKU 2B. I07.
Our Shoes Are Perfect Fitters
Your standing Is alTootwl ! the
kind of nlioe yon wcnr. loor IH
llnjr iriinnt won't harm j-onr charac
ter hut tlicy will hurt yonr fccllnjt.
Nowhere dic a ihtsoii nwd t.-o
more than alxmt the feet. These
much alii.l iiiomlicrs of thV body
nre continually In ne and having
to bear tiio weight of the whole hu
man Mmeture, need all the. lielp they
can get. It would he easy to make
comfortable Nhoen If that was all
0ile wnnhxl, but llicy must In
i1iwh1 a well as the feet.. We have
mild It before anil nay It again, that
no kImm- excel ours In style and tit.
Tin rye. the foot and the iMX-kot-book
are all attracted by them. Try
a pair and wee how well we can sat
Mrn't Slioes 2 00 to $1.00
tVonien's shoe $1.75 to $5.00
Shoe foe Hoys ami Girls .. $1.00 to $1.50
:; i?s NEW LINE. OF i
i JUST REO IVED 3
: yC ' 0rdCr Vrl a
jj S-fek Miss Lutz, j
; TrJjjfy' ft 208 South Socond !
I 208 Seatb Socond
DENNETT'S CURIO STORE '
109 North rirt St.
All Kinds at Indian and Uaxloan Goods. i'ho Choapasl
Plata ta bay Navajo BlankatM and Mtxloan Drawn Work'
Mall Ordarm Cara fully and Promptly rillad.
Railroad A venue
Diamond. Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware. We
Invite your trade and guarantee A Square Deal. I.. ....
Suits and Overcoats Custom
Made. Cost same as Ready
Made. Finest Fabrics. Cor
rect Styles, Perfect Fit.
ENTIRE SATISFACTION OR NO MONEY.
Clothier Qf Q PERRY, Haberdasher ijj
H 1 19 South Second Straot H
Some Plain Talk
To You, Sir, About Clothes
You are interested. We, believe in our
clothes, and we have had them made foi us
by tailors who, we tell you, are the best in
the business being Stein-Bloch who have
counted MERIT a their watchword for 53
years. These clothes will fit you, and wear
you and give you style. They are master
made pure woolen-honestly put together.
Dollar for dollar, the price you pay is met
on the level by the quality you obtain.
$18 to $30
$8 to $25
Other Good Suits for Business Wear $10 and Upwards
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
F. C. Buel, of San Pedro, Is trans
acting business In the city.
Col. W. S. Hopewell was ft passen
ger for 8anta Ke this morning.
Miss Mabel A. Smith, of Orlnnell,
Iowa, is In the city visiting friends.
Deputy t. S. Marshal Harry Coop
er left yesterday for focorro county
on oflclal business.
A. H. Harris, a prominent real es
tate broker of I..H Vegas, was In Al
There will he a regular meeting of
the Knights of Pythias this evening
at the Klks" hall at 8 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. W. It. Fay and W.
J. Pratt, of Lincoln, Neb., are in
Albuquerque to spend the winter.
Special Agent Balrd. of the Santa
Fe, nt Isleta. was In the city yester
day visiting friends and relatives.
C. H. Hiivderer, supervisor of the
Sacramento national forest, was In
the city for a few hours yesterday.
Deputy IT. 8. Marshal J. II. Smith
left this morning for the northern
part of the territory on official busi
ness. Deputy 1. S. Marshal Newcomer
left this morning for Santa Fe to
attend court, which opened there
Peter Oloml, proprietor of the Ala
mo saloon on First street, received
word this morning of the death of
his mother In Italy.
H. n. Hammond, forest ranger In
the Manaano national forest, left for
his district yesterday after a few days
In the city on business.
P. O. Harrison, a prominent den
tist of anta Fe, spent yesterday
In Ihe city and returned to tha An.
clent City this morning.
Arthur C. Rlngland. of the office
of boundrles In Washington, O. C,
Is expected to arrive in the city to
morrow on official 'business.
George Craig, Inspector of the bu
reau of animal Industry for Manta
Fe county, is In the city conferring
wun cniet inspector Dr. iMarlon
United States Marshal C. M. Fora
ker left this morning, by way of Es
tancla, for lions ell to attend the ses
sion of the United Slates court at
George Jewett .timekeeper In the
office of Superintendent Gibson at
Wlnslow, Ariz., has resigned and
gone to California. He Is succeed
ed by VV. H. White.
D. D. Bronsotv, chief Inspector In
the foret service for New Mexico
and Arizona, arrived in the city from
Santa Fe last night, but left Imme
diately tor Showell, Ariz., on official
GlfTord PInchot, chief forester In
the forest service, Is expected to ar
rive In Albuquerque within the next
two weeks and will spend a day or
two conferring with the forest offi
cials in this city.
iForest Parker, of Oanado. 'is In
the city on business. 'Mr. Parker will
leave on his return to Ganado to
night, accompanied by Mrs. Parker,
who has tieen visiting relatives In
the city several weeks.
Word was received In this city yes
terday of the death last Wednesday
of Joseph Hoefferle, one of the pio
neers or uallup, who settled at that
pdace In 1883. iMr. Heofferle was
fifty-four years of age and was well
known in this city. r
Robert T. Collins, of the firm of
.Newcomi) & Collins, of Socorro, died
yesterday. The deceased was a .prom
inent member or the Socorro Com
mercial club and also belonged to
the Socorro Hose company, No. 1.
He leaves a widow and three children.
Whan you daalro Abaoluto
Comfort In Properly rittad
Glaaaaa Conault ua.
BEBBER OPTICAL CO.
1 10 South Second St. :: Lmsi Grinding Done en Premises
IN THE JEWELRY LINE
r.HE WATCH ttERAIRINQ
OODLES OF READY
CASH IN ALBU-
Statistics Show That People
Have Seven Tl es as Much
Money as In 1900.
THE LiyiOK HABIT.
RALE HT ASSIGNEE.
I will sell at public auction all
real and personal property held by
mo as awiguee 01 diaries zeiger at
the front door of the poHtofflce, Al
buquerque, X. Jf., at 13 oclock noon,
November 4th. 1B07. For further In
formation call on or address, Frank
II. Moore. Assignee, Kooiu 9, liar
tiett Iluiltling, Albuquerque, N. M.
We now handle good, clean coke.
AIo the CreMcd liutte Anthracite
JOHN S. HEAVEN.
Colored Jubilee Singers nd Male
Quartet Frday evening. Nov. 1st,
Congregational church. Admission 60
Wednesday. Oct. 80th, 1:30 p. m.,
510 West Tijoras avenue, at the
home of Mis. K. Mandell, the hand
some furnishings of her 8-room home
will go at auction. Goods consist in
part of $65 Majestic range; (35 re
frigerator, kitchen utensils, dishes,
oak dining table and chairs, side
board, 2 wardrobes, leather and oak
rockers, Morris chair, center tables,
oak settee, French clock, rugs,
stoves, bed room suits, J75 folding
bed. 2 chiffoniers, eanltary couch,
springs, mattresses. $400 piano in
use but three months, etc. See goods
Tuesday before sale.
SCOTT KNIGHT, Auctioneer.
House slippers fur men, felt or
leather, 75 to $2. House slippers for
women, felt or leather, 66c to $1.50.
Mouse slippers for children, red felt,
75c to II. at C. May's Shoe Store,
314 West Central avenue.
DWCE. DWCE. DANCE AT CO
IiOMKO 1111,1, SATURDAY NIGHT.
GENTLEMEN tote. KMHES FHEE.
Rubber overshoes, damp feet will
walk you to an early grave. It's wise
to keep your feet dry with our ter
vlceuble rubbers. All sizes for men,
women and children. C. May's shoe
score, 314 West Central avenue.
DWCE. DANCE, DANCE AT CO.
DmiliO HM, SATURDAY NIGHT.
GENTLEMEN &. UllMES FHEE.
Peats for the Primrose Minstrels'
matinee tomorrow afternoon will be
25, 00 and 75 cents.
If you need furniture, call on Chus.
I,. Ki'ppeh-r, 317-11 South Second.
Wool f-iuged rugs $1.50 and up.
Fatrelle Furniture Co.
STAGE TO JEM EX. I,EAVE8 211
W1XT GOLD EVER MOHXIXG AT
DR. V. If. CONNER.
PIIVSU'IVN AND SURGEON
Al.f. I ItMll E DISEASES TREAT
ED. NO CHARGE 1UU CON
MIr.VHON. OIT1CE S2I N. T. ARMIJO IUILD
. 1G. Tia.EPHONE U55 AND 825.
- While the eastern stock brokers
and trust companies are having their
troubles owing to the recent money
stringency in New York, the people
of 'Albuquerque and local banks
have boodles of available cash for
Immediate use, as Is proven by the
many new and handsome buildings
now In course of construction and
the general air of prosperity that,
prevails. . A . conseryUWe estimate
shows about seven times more
money In circulation In thli section
today than this time seven years ago.
Two years ago outside residence
lots sold at from 1160 to $175, a lot.
Now the same lots are reselling at
from $300 to $500 a lot There is
no safer speculation or savings prop
osition than an Investment in a few
building lots here at the bargain
prices we will offer for a short time.
While another big proposition is
maturing, we have decided to clean
up a few choice odds and ends at
sure enough bargain prices, and
which will enable every one who has
a little money saved up to make a
very profitable and safe Investment
by selecting something Irom the fol
Terms Half cash, balance within
a year or discount of 5 per cent for
all cash.. Five to 20 acre tracts of
splendid garden, truck or orchard
lands, under good ditches, not over
mile and a half from city, only $60
to $60 per acre. Similar land else
where In- the territory Is selling at
from $125 to $225 per acre.
Twenty-two choice 60-foot lots In
University Heights from $36 to $100
Sixteen Choice 60-foot lots In East
ern Addition from $150 to $200 each.
Eleven choice "close In" lota in
Perea Addition from $150 to $250
Six choice "close In" lots In Orant
Tract from $150 to $200 each.
Seven choice residence lota In
Honeymoon Row, Central avenue,
from, $150 to $250 each.
Three lots' In Duran Sr. Alexander
Addition from $100 to $150 each.
Four - semi-business lot on First
street, from $400 to $500 each.
Seven business lots on Copper ave
nue Including corner $900 up.
One extra choice business lot on
central avenue $1,000.
One good brick residence and three
50-foot lots In Eastern Addition only
One small brick house and two 50
foot lots In Eastern Addition, only
We ore the' Owners, IVrfeot Title
If you wish we will call and show
you around In our automobile.
Surety Investment Co.
Hrondway Ijind & Investment Co.
University Height Improvement
Albuquerque fond Co.
D. K. B. SEIXERS. Manager.
Room 9. Cromwell Tiuilding.
Over E. It. Waxhbnrn Oo.'s Store.
DEATH VALLEY, CALIF.
This company is v capitalized
for only 300,000 and con
trolled by local officers, every
dollar spent being solely un
der their direction.
A recent telegram from the
superintendent says they have
HIGH GRADE GOLD ORE
in an extension of their vein. One
of the officers of the company
will leave for the mine in about
ten days. Remember until then
500 Shares for
D. KB SELLERS, Secy,
Room . . Cromwell DUIg.
B The H
5 LtAUJLK 5
ira rid I
5, 10, & 15c Store
309-311 W. Central Ave.
Cut Prices on Hard
ware, Crockery and
SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK
or 8 Inch nlckle
plated steel scis
sors worth 35c.
Large size steel coal
shovels or scoops
worth $1.25 ....
dish pans . .
All white Inside
and outside im
ported 3 quart
ipudding pans . . .
Gold fish, each.
ff' Copyright 1907 bjr
Hart Schsffher far Marx
There's a right way
to buy clothes; and a
Come In; this la the
right place; and the
right way la to And
JInrt fichaffner &
Marx name in them.
It's here; all-wool
Warranted In every
respect as to fabric,
style and make.
Our Fall stock
Overcoat Is Also com
plete. Nobby garments
at reasonable .price.
THE WAGNER HARDWARE GO.
0 THE LEADER a
g 5, 10 &5c Store J
321-323 W Central
' Aienua '
Tokay j rapes, '
Apple, all Varieties,
California Head Lettuce,
Phone 80. '
307 W, Central.
DeWitfs Kidney and Bladder Pills
relieve backache, weak kidneys, and
inflammation of the bladder. Sold
by J H. O'RUUy.
The MAJESTIC RANGE is the product of the world's achieve
ments in stoves. All the best features of all other makes have
been incorporated in this one, and objectional features elimi
nated. As a result, the MAJESTIC probably stands nearer the
line of perfection than
any other range. It
saves your fuel and
your time and produc
es heat when you want
it, where you want it,
and in quantity as de
sired, all at a mini
mum of attention. If
you have never used
the MAJESTIC, you
have never used the best.
115-717 NORTH FIRST STREET
and ? and
Ranges Ranch Supplies
Give Us a Call and Look Over Our Line
UIHIIIUnuu HKt IKUHiro X1717 niitnt ivir-i-
VV VaUK.Al 1 HE.
ALL THE TIME
IXCIUIASING IX VALCK STEAD
ILY, 15 Tit 20 PKH CKXT. WE
1IAVK FIVE lllMIU:i IHHXAII.S
WOKTH OF KMAMi STOXKH VK
WILL SEI.Ii AT IjOWI'.K PRICES
THAN THEY CAN HE HOCGHT At
VAX.V JEWELRY CO. -One
Door South of Drug Stone.
Staple and Fancy
Seasonable Fruits and
LUCOA OLIVE OIL
021-34 W. TIJarmo fhana ml
Full 2,000 Pounds
In every ton of coal leaving our .yard, and
have always made this guarantee. The fol
lowing ad, or one similar to it, appeared for
years in both our daily papers.
2,000 Pounds Guaran
teed or a Present Made
of the OoaL
We defy any individual, firm or corporation
to truthfully say that short weight was ever
given to any ot our customers.
IV Handle tieOESr Gallup.Coal, Amer
ican Block, Crested Butte, Furnace, Stove or
Nut. Also Mill Wood, Mountain Wood
Kindling and Coke.
JOHN S. BEAVEN
502 Southt Fint