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'ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN,
Tlll'IlHDAY, KKHWAUY I. IM.
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314 WEST PWLPOADAY!
BUY OUR MEWS WORK SHOES
And get the best'valuea for your money
We are just as particular about selecting
our lines of everyday footwear as we
are about picking out the most fashion
able Dress Shoes. They must be right m
every respect, but especially so as tar as
the comfort of the foot and good wear are
concerned. At the same time they must
look neat and have enough style to oe
worn most any where.
We have a big variety with light, medium or heavy
sole, plain or cap toes, Lace or Congress.
Sli'HiM y.m fill tn riii'lvr Th-
KwnlDK I'ilisti'ii. mI1 "I1 the
I'.ist il 'Vli'sriiih '"., ifli-phmn-
N.i. 3H. ninl oiir inp"r will le
,l..iv.l-( I In S1K-Cl:ll ITll'SStMIKOr.
A. Mennett. Sr., I. in I hi- city on
High top Box Calf
$1.85 to $2.50
2.00 to 3.00
2.50 to 3.50
3.50 to 5.00
J. L. BELL CO.
Hardware - Plumbing
WHITNEY'S OLD STAND
Regardless of Cost
All Kinds of Winter Millinery
Untrimmed Shapes. 25c. Street Hats. 50 and 75c.
Trimmed Hats at less than cost
Ostrich Plumes at one-half price
Somelbig bargains. Come and see for yourself
208 South Second
Dtjunoadi, Watches, Jewelry, Cm Uln. Clocks, Silverware. We
invite your trmde and tuaranlw A Square DeaL
FUR BEARERS TRAPPED TO ORDER
Birds and Animate Mounted True to Life.
Moth-Proof and Permanent. Work Guaranteed
2I0.WEST GOLD . F. COBB AlBUQUEBQl'E. H. M,
give Style, Comfort and
Service at moderate Cost.
10 Cents a Button; $1.00 a
Money can buy
All the most
UlclielifU mfttf nt the Itii-hdiru
ifr..,-. rv Is the best in ttio eiiy.
T. 1!. ("iltl'Ml f Sint.l Ki: Is III li
VrS is nil liusilll-ss.
Kv? thiim in rt-iiiliiii'ss fur th,. l;is
siii'i pi ly
A II""' f bi-iiK In Hip
s'.n-i' of (In- .1 I IT t (irm'i.v i'iiiiihii .
C. V. SU'wnrt nf l;i V;is is mimiiI
iiiK : fw 'lay in AIIii'ii'-viii'V
pri-sseil chicken anil turkey lit
fliclii'lli'U Kinciry Frbliiy ami .Saturday-
I'niU'.l Stall's .Marshal C. M. V or
akrr I in Iji I'rurw, iiti-ncliiiit to
H. A. Sloysier, a luonilnent iusiir
imc anpnt of Albuqiieriu iriinlc a
busim-.ss trip to .Santa Fe yesterday.
.Mr. mid Mrs. Hon Bib" returned to
tlu-lr home ;u Mibn last niuht after
liminK KpriU i'Veral ila.Vs In the i-lty
K. K. Van Until ot Santa Fe. In
utteiinr nf thp territorial r-attle sani
tary huaril. Is III Tans and other sr-
inundinx towns on oftlrial business,
li-nutv I'ulted States Marshal
Hugh Ik In Santa Fe makluK Jury ser
vice fnr the March term of l iiin-a
State, court of the First Judicial district.
Albert Soell. traveling represcnta-
ii... f,r the Snuthwe.stern Kreuery v.
Ice company, pent yesterday In Uis-
Vi-nas. en route for northern
Mexico in the Interests ot hi firm.
The Lutheran league of the Lu
theran church will give a Valentine
u,,.-l,4i tiimrirrow nlKht at the cnurcn
heBinninK at S o'clock. Adml-mon iu
Stated convocation of Hio (. ramie
i-hHi.ter No. 4. U. A. M ., this evening
7-an All visltinit companion, are
cordially Invited to attend. By order
nf the H. P., Harry Iiraun, Kecie
ir-mic Tn.lter Is the only minis
.i a r.tri In the Itchcllcll kcroeeiy
Limvo vt ----
He Una been In the grocery business
In this dtv for 25 years, but the Mock
he la selling Is the fre.shest in Albu-
Major W. It. i-.iewei.yii ... -
CruceH, assistant attorney geiiei.n
.... j ,.im.ni r.t Instlre. snent Tues-
day In Santa Fe on legal business and
left in the evening for I-as Vegas on
ii I. Hrown. who directed "The
-..nlr' i,.nnnl " Klven here under
the uuspiceM of the Klk- lodge, left
iiiiinxrsi wis., accomtianieii uj
his family. Mr. Hrown was not able
... a date at 1m egas.
( A upeciul United Statw Jury will
.1 I m Veiras on next iue-
,i.,.. rhrunrv I x. for the purpose ui
ivetintinir a case which will ue
beyond the statutes of limitation be
f..r Ani-ll the reitu ar couri lenu.
ti. ,,,.iMr.. nf th case Is a secret
iviih the authorities.
ii! .1 f'.ihsnn. superintendent or tne
Albuiiieniue-Winslow dlvis.on of the
i,.,.i,. p who arrived in me cny
thi morning from a trip over his dl-
i-i.i.... wild that snow covered me
ground from Albuquerque to King
man, Arli.. and possibly rartner. n
luva M font an,l a half deep on the
San Francisco mountains from Flag
staff to Williams.
r.nriiK M. (Sreen of Deliver, rep
resenting the Hurrough's adding ma
chine company. Is stopping in me
city nuiklng demonstrations with his
adding machine. He ha one ma
chine which adds when propelled by
electricity and is considered the lat
est invention of its kind. Mr. Oreen
expects to remain In the city several
James Mccirath, a student whose
home wim 111 St. Iouls. died at St
Joseph's sanitarium at 8:30 o'clock
I:ihi nlirht. He had been In Albu-
iiuernue but a short time, coming
here for his health. Relatives were
notified today and the funeral will be
held Saturday at 9 o'clock from the
I'hurch of the Immaculate Concep
tion He will be hurled In Santa
llarhara cemt terv.
The funeral of A. i Mcllharey was
held at o'clock this morning at the
I'hurch of the Immaculate Concep
tion F.ther Vnndalarl officiating at
requiem high mass. The Knights of
Columbu. of which Mc. Mcllhargy
was a member, attended the service.
in a biulv. escorting the body from
Strong's undertaking parlors. Burial
u:w maile lii Santia Barbara ceme
In- .T. v.. Kraft the dentist, re
turned to the city last evening from
ii visit to the artesian well recently
struck near Suwanee, thirty-five miles
southwest of this city. The doctor
says that It Is an artesian well all
right. According to men he found at
the drilling plant the flow was struck
at a denth of 250 feet and at that
depth the drill encountered hard
rock. The well has not been shot
A special meeting of the Archaen
Ing'.cal society was held Monday even
ing at Santa Fe for the purpose of
appointing a committee to solicit Un
balance of the fund being raided to
defray the cost of making further ex
cavations among the ruins of the cliff
dwellings In I'ajarito park. The work
will be under the supervision or 1'ro
fessor F.dgar Hewett. director of the
American Institute .f Archaeology.
Three hundred dollars has already
The first thing In the morning you
think of Is breakfast, and the next
Is the Kichelleu grocery for breakfast
foods. Here are a few. Maple Flake.
Cracked Wheat. Wheat Berries.
lrains of Gold. Pettiohn's Breakfast
Fo.nl. Scotch Oats, Friends Oat.
Royal Seal Oata, Kigali's Manna,
Quaker Oat. Buffed Wee. Kgg-o-See.
Porn Flallk'S.br. Price's rrtrjp "Ffwui,
.-nreuuert wncm mscuiis. innem,
Italston Jlreakrat Fond, Steel Cut
oatmeal, Parched Farinose; "Cream of
Wheat, Hntnlnv lirits. ilranillnled
Hominy In packan- or bulk, together
with a do7.en other.
The ladles of the W. C. T. I, have a
surprise In stop' for those who at
tend their regular meeting tomorrow
afternoon nt the home of Mrs. I',. C.
Vaughn, 423 South Arno street. It is
very Important that all members be
present and all persons interested In
the work ate cordially Invited In iit
leiid. Refreshments will be servd
( liaiiilMrlaliis Couch Kcniedy a Fn
vnrltc. "We prefer Chamberlain" Cough
Remedy to any other for our chll-
ren," says Mr. I, J. Woodbury of
Twining. Mich. "It has also donf
the work for us in hard colds and
croup, and we take pleasure in rec
ommending It." For ale by nil druggists.
pon't let the h.my suffer from, ec
zema, sores or any itcning or ine
skin. Doan'a Ointment gives Instant
relief, cures quickly. Perfectly safe
fnr children. All druggists sell It.
FOU HKXT KKSIDKNCK VI
U02 NORTH K.MTII. APPLY Ol.l)
TOWN POKTOFI I( K.
itooMs i on IIKNT.
Nicely furnished rooms with use
nf bath, steam heat and all conven
iences. No Invalids. Hotel Cralge.
passed by Cnnpre forbidding railroad
oHrator. working more than nine hours a
day, has created demand for about 30,000
more telegraph operators than can now t
serurwi. Hallroad companies have rut rail
road wlp. Into Telegraphy Department, of
Practical Business Colleges.
For booklet, "Why l"iirn Telegraphy?"
call or address Jno. lirauglion, ITes. ut
D Pito, San Antonio, 0n. or Kansas City.
nt'SINKSS men say urtAVGIKiVS Is 1H6
BEST. TIIKKK months' bookkeeping by
liHAl'lillnVS copvrlghti-d methods equals
81 elsewhere. 15 of the U. S. COURI RE
PORTERS write the shorthand Iiraunhon
teaches. Write for prices on lessons In short
hand, llookkeeptng, Penmanship, etc., BY
MAIL or T COLLEGE. 30 dolleues In 17 Mates.
IKSITIONs secure.! or Ml INKY HACK. Knter
any time; no vacation. Catalogue 1'KKK.
Our Hats for Spring J 908 are here. We
are showing late and exclusive shapes at
l.'se DeWitt's Karly Risers, pleas
ant little pills. They are easy to
take. Sold by J. H. O'RIelly Co.
SHOULD PUBLISH THEM
IN SPANISH TOO
"The matter of publishing Ihe
proceedings of the county commis-
loners in Spanish as well as in Kng-
sh. as reuuesled bv Klfego Haca. Is
only justice to those native eitiaens
who do not read Kngllsn. saiu a
ell known native this morning.
'The Ktntement thnt all of the t -
tlve citixena of thl-s county can re..i
Onellsh Is not true. There Is one
member Of the board of county com
missioners for instance, who can not
rend English. The younger generu-
,,,o read and speak the Knglish lan
guage fluently but the older people
n a largo number of discs do not. I.
just 11s much the right or tneoe
leople to have the proceedings of
their eountv oftlcers published m
Spanish so as to know what they are
doing as ll Is the right of the Kng
lish spoajtiug population to nave
them published In Knglish.
t unit w. nf nnviMni on eartn. you
ran et It throUKh the want column
of The Evening Cltl.en. We get re
A. J. Morelli
TiUllies' illlll (ientlelllen's Soils
Cleaned, Pressed, Repaired
103 NORTH FIRST STRCIT
The Knox Hat
Eminently the Leading New York Hat
in an elegant, light, nobby style at $3.00
and $5.00. Also a complete line in all
the New Soft Hats, $3.00, 4.00 and 5.00
Twelve Cases of New Spring Shirts just
opened up: Monarch, Cluett and Eagle
makes, $1.25 to $2.00. The latter priced
Shirts were formerly $2.25 and $2.50.
These goods are well worth inspection
Dr. Vaucaire's J
Recommended by Mrs. Henrj
Symes. to develop the bust from 4
to 6 inches.
Guaranteed to be made from the
true Oalega Extract. U perfectly
The Vaucalre Formula Is a general
tonic, but It ha a specific effect upon
V- ....... D.l,,n 7K nunlu Vnr HA 1 e hv
lite UU.. . I ' C aw " ' ' - ' j ,
Highland Pharmacy and Al-1 oosK3tK)-ooooo
i rt ' ) . .. .... O
varaao rnarmacy i tu0 -ri nft hoiier nnirpc in im wnrlfl than
THE CENTRAL AVENUE CLOTHIER
WELL MACHINERY AND SUPPLIES
ite Majestic Range
Titst as soon' as an improved feature makes its aonear-
ance in the science of stove building, the idea is at once ap
plied to this range, with the result that the M.XJKSTIC of to
day represents all the best features of all makes. In addi
tion to this, it IS con- THE r.PFAX MAJr!TIrV
Twelve different styles of Machines suitable fori
an formations ana nepina, any Kina ui puwer
sired. Write for circular A.
C. P.Taneyhill, Oklahoma City, Okla.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
1 here s L.lass
Everv bottle bearing
the familiar triangular
label and everv class
that's drawn from a Blatz
keg is full of character.
Whether from Keg or Bottle
the "Cream of Quality is a
Blatz promise. Just ask for
"Blatz and ee that you get it.
tern, Schlot A Co.
Nholtulc Dealers, Albaquerqae, N. M.
. 313 W. CENTRAL AVE. PB Ht U2
I Every Tap of Work
1 Standard In Quality I
It-i,.ou tlM Ytptit ftr u'ltii-h nnr
q hiRh vrraile work may betione ,,
structed of material that
to all common purposes .
is unbreakable. It will
save vou time, fuel and S
work; and produce the u
best of results. Buy a MA-
jestic you will never 5
fiwjrsTic ihjbtic i O
I wrc en. mti. n. j J!
THE GREAT MAJESTIC.
412 WEST CENTRAL AVE.
Wagner Hardware Co.
321-323 West Central!
FOUR NIC JUTS. COMMENCING
THURSDAY, FEB. 13
Oft. C. H. CONNER
OSTEOPATHIC RHY9ICIAN ANO
All Curmbl Dfmf Trtmfd,
No Chmrf tor Comaultat.om
9A N. T. Armljo Bullolnn
lX.lcJi)ll (iU.'i mill 052.
If your eye are not right call
on me and let me fit them with
tfasses that will make them right.
S. T. VANN
DOCTOR Or OPTICS
VANN JEWTXKY CO.
One Door South of Drug Store.
TIIK FU.VXC CO. WILL PUKSENT
THE PASSION PLAY
The Original Reproduction Exactly
.s iun v.i vea at
In lU-uutiful, lluiid 'Colored Moving
10, 20 AND 30 CENTS
KHVial Matinee for CliUilren Satur
Do you know wh&t thl means? If
not ajik our driver to explain It to
IMI'IUIAI. UlMltV CO.MI.NV.
Ffill 2,000 Potinds
In every ton of coal leaving our yard, and have al
ways made this guarantee. The following ad, or one
similar to it, appeared for years in both our daily pa
2,000 Pounds Guaranteed or a Present
Made of the Coal.
We defy any individual, firm or corporation to truth
fully say that short weight was ever given to any of
WE HANDLE THE BEST Gallup Coal, American
Block, Crested Butte Uard Coal, Furnace, Stove and
Nut. Also Mill Wood. Mountain Wood, Kindling and
JOHN S. BEAYEN
502 ; Sooth First
Spying Styles of 1908
M V i
B f 1
Tust Received and on Display.
Manhattan Shirts Eatl & Wilson Shirts
Fobush & Crosscttc Low Quarter Shoes
FINE CLOTHING AND FURNISHINGS
i DUNLAP OPENING DAY, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15 i