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SATlIilVW. AVGVST 28, 10.
Wind-up Sale of Summer
:: :: Shoes :: ::
We must dispose of the balance of our
Oxfords before the first of September, and
we have further cut the price in order to be
sure to succeed.
We have not all sizes in every style but
yours may be here. It will pay you to find
Von 11.00 Oxford for
tkw'g $3.50 Oxfords for
M-n $3.00 Oxfords for
Vfg'n 2.50 Oxford- for
Women' $3.50 Oxfords for
VI .men's $3.00 Oxfords for
W.wiien's $2.50 Oxfords for
Women's $1.M5 Oxfords for
Shoe Department Defies All Competition
Last Call on Low Shoes
Now is the opportune time to take advan
tage of our special bargains in all kinds of low
shoes for men, women and children. Remem
ber, our low prices continue to reign until Sat
urday night when our sale closes. So it will
pay you to make your selections here and save
money, We represent only the best makes.
20 off on all
318 W. Central Ave.
at Tijeras Canyon
Hot and cold lunches and re
freshments served. Mineral
and good pure fresh water, cold
zi Ice without ice, relieves Kld
uiey Trouble, Heart Burn, Indl
The Place to Spend an
$ B. L- WASHBURN', Vwl C. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. A Treas,
I E. L. Washburn Company
122 S. fe.UXD STUKirr.
received from the factory A large
varied assortment while they last
The Dressy Negligee Shirt of This City
Why Pay More?
All Mail Orders Promptly Filled.
Stoves, Ranges, House Furnish- X
ng Goods, Cutlery and Tools,
Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings 1
Tin and Copper Work J
L. C. Cielitz
Itooms 7 and 9, N. T. Armijo Bldg.
Note Scotch tweed plaids will pre
"1 Rooming House
M4 Sooth Second St., Corner Iron.
Ul new Iron bed. Rooms ror
rotwe keeping. Single room, $1,21
r week. No Invalid received.
119 W. fiOIiU AVKXtTE
for Men and Boy
Should you fall to receive The
Kvcnlng Citizen, call up the
Postal Telegraph Co., telephone
No. 36, and your paper will be
delivered by special messenger.
Insure In the Occidental Life.
Try Olorleta br. Phone 482.
liuy United Wireless now. Another
advance In price soon.
Col. W. 8. Hopewell was a Sunta F'e
Mrs. F. A. Huwley, of Las Ciuces, Is
Registered at the Alvarado.
Dance tonight. Elks' ballroom. Ad
mission free; 6c a dance.
llemembtr chicken dinner at the
Home Restaurant from C to 7:30, 25c.
W. H. Matton, of the forestry ser
vice, was a Las Vegas visitor yester
day. Jesus Luna, probate clerk of Va
lencia county. Is In the city from Lcm
Lunas on business.
Attorney J. A. Miller, of the. law
firm of Miller & Craige, returned from
Santa Fe last night.
lUlph Hunt arrived in the city yes
terday from El Paso and will remain
here several duys visit rtig.
Ir. W. F. Wittwer, a prominent
physician of Los Lunas, transacted
l.uslness in the metropolis today, I
Do not fail to have your hand read
by Madam llmar. She will be here
out u snort time longer, 220 W. Gold.
li. O. Jaffa, of the Jaffa Urocerv .
Co., returned last
night from a
month's vacation trip if! southern Cal
Albuquerque Lodge No. s;t, of the'
Fraternal Union of Ameri. a. will meet I
in the Odd Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock
this evening I
T-morrow the Homo Kestaurant
will serve lunch from 12 to 2. They
will serve a chicken dinner from 5 to !
:30. Dinner. 25 cts.
. U. Brown, traveling freight and
passenger agent for the .Santa Fo,
with heudciuarters at Kl Paso
the city on business.
W. S. Lowe, of the department of
the Interior, returned yesterday from
California, where he lias been for the
past ten days on business.
Madam Steward-Lamb returned on
the limited today from the east,
where she has been purchasing goods
for her millinery emporium.
Ms. Harry Dullard and family, ac
companied by Miss Helen Pratt, re
turned yesterday from two weeks'
camping trip in WMtcomb Springs.
All stone munons and cement
workers should notice the advertise
ment of the park commission of this
city, In this Issue, fo? t!ds for tw
r mining walls In the Highland park.
These bids will be opened In th
office of the president of the park,
commission, Mr. IUrtold Spitz, on the'
YOU NEED FLATWARE
A few more Knives, Forks or Spoons, or perhaps a new
Carving Set. Come and let us show you them.
KMd. 1883. TIIE DIAMOND PALACE. Central Ave.
THE WHOLESALE GROCER
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carries the Largest
and Most Exclusive Stock
In the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
San Diego '
Tickets limited to November 30, 1909
Glad to answer questions
WM. BALFOUR, Agent.
For First Class Work and Prompt Delivery
HUBBS LAUNDRY CO.
l VHJTE VAGONS Z
corner of Third and Oold. nt 10 a. m
rxt Monday morning. It Is hoped
that all those able to do BUch work
will put In a bid.
Albuquerque Lodge No. 89, Frater
nal Union of America, meets this
evening nt Odd Fellows' hall nt S
o'clock. All members are requested
Miss V,ec Kennedy left this morn
ing fur her home at Lawrence, Kan.,
ufter a visit of several days to her
cousin, Miss Mabel Kennedy of 305
W. Silver avenue.
H. L. Neff, of tile photography firm
ol porter & Neff, Is spending tiie
day in Isleta. where he is - taking
photos of the St. Augustine festivi
ties which are being celebrated there.
Dr. V. P. Kelly, accompanied by
Tils mother, Mrs. M. A. Kelly, of St.
L'Uils, are spi nding a few days here
the guests of Mrs. Allie F. Coy. Dr.
Kelly and his mother are en route to
San Diego. C'al.
li. L. Wwtcn, of 516 S. Edith
street, who recently underwent nn
operation fur gall stones at St.
Joseph's sanitarium is reported as
doing nicely and hopes are enter
tained for his speedy recovery.
A north bound street car became
derailed at the corner of Second and
Coal avenue about 9 o'clock, delaying
traffic on that line for Just six min
utes, the crew of the car righting the
cur by means of blocks of wood In thut
The loss of the ship Ohio and the
saving of the lives of more than 200
passengers speaks more emphatically
tor wireless telegraphy than any ad
vertising. There will he an advance
in price of United Wireless stock soon,
Buy now. V E. Gilbert, fiscal agt.
Attorney J. K. Miller, of the law
of Craig & Miller, is in Santa
Fe attending the Presbyterian Mis
Hlon school institute, which Ih In se
sion in the Ancient City. Attorney
Miller delivered an address before the
ll.slitute yesterday on "Arithmetic."
, l ,r1 cimrcn sun-
m", nmS ""' leciai music will
f " 7, ,
rrank and Mr. Thomas Hall
uuy is uying in the West" uy Nevin;
a nd n srinrnno s lv Mr J.v.-,.,k.
"The Kinirlnw in Cod'. A, hv
The mo (,imin f ho cUy
tory Is now b"ing compiled bv census
takers employed by the' John F. Wor-
ley company of oallas, Texas, who
company oj canas, lexas,
are getting the book out. It Is
thought that the new book will be
out and delivered some time In the
early part of October.
George Levesnuo, who has been
spending--the. past few days in this
city on business connected with tho
Dlackwell's Durham Tobacco . com
pany, leaves for Denver. After a
short stay 'In that city Mr. Levesiiue
will return to this city and aid in
the completing of the plans for "Bud
Durham" -day during the coming fair
The feature film at the Colombo
theatre tomorrow night will be "A
Child of the Forest," a film of fron
tier days In which real Indians take
part. This Edison picture Is said to
be the very best of the western type
that thin company has yet turned out.
Good pictures will be shown this
OwOwO0wO - 00OwO - Oa
of Stsple Groceries
ALBUQUEROB ,N. M.
Round Trip Rates
of all kinds
from Mesilla Valley that
melt in your mouth.
A. J. MALOY
Butternut Bread, line Cakes,
lies and Candies.
Prompt Delivery and Courteous
Hl'IUM'S AXD WIUTH. Prone.
202 East Central Ave.
t-venlng at the Colombo. Little Alica
Drummonj will slnur tomorrow as
usual, and a special program of music
has been arranged.
According to information received
through letter. Lieut. Hcald, of Albu
querque is leading the fcew Mexico
rifle team at Fort Perry. Following
was the score of the team, with 200
points as a perfect score: Heald 172,
ricrra 170, SalTon! 6S, Ames J.67.
Sharp lfiB, Knos 165, Abbott 161,
Buevcns 156, Dessauer 151, Winters
147, Head 147, and Baker 137.
The management of the CongreKa
lional manual training schools, four
miles south of town, is putting up an
other building on their farm. This
will make four large buildings on tho
premises, three of which a barn,
a residence and a school building
have been erected during the last
twelve months. The new building
has reached the second story.
The mother and family of Bernito
Martinez, the laborer from VVinslow,
who died here yesterday morning after
having a crushed limb amputated, ar
rived from the Arizona town this
morning. The body was interred at
Santa. Barbara cemetery this after
noon, after services held ut Strong
Bros, chapel. Rev. A. M. Mandalari,
of the Immaculate Conception church,
officiated at the funeral.
Superintendent Stroup has added
another to the school districts of Ber
nalillo county. It embraces the part
of the valley below town, east of tho
river, and which lies betweeen the
north end of the Isleta railway bridge
and the north boundary of the old
Patterson place or Fletcher place, as
It has recently been called. This
makes the north boundary of the new
district about three-quarters of a mile
souta of the tie plant. Tills scope of
country belonged to the San Jose dis
trict; but as much as the southend of
the new district was about eight miles
from the school house, it was thought
advisable to create the new district.
which has beer, given the number 13.
Messrs. Ilarling, duets and Bowers
have been selected as school directors
for the new district.
SKKVK'KS 1HHJ Mils. IKl.l !Y.
Funeral service for ill. Leekley,
who died in California, will be held
it thi Leekley home, 311.", South
;dith street, at :i o'clock Sunday aft
ernoon, coinlu ti (I bv llev. J. C. Rol
lins. Mm. C. A. Frank will siiiu u
sol.. Interment will be made in
Fuirview ci nietery.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFX.
FOR SAL!) 2 acres with 5-room
brick house, yard a'l fenced. Ternn
or cash. Telephone owner, 1463.
The rapid increase tn our biiHlnew
Is due to good work aud fair treat
ment t,f our putrons. Ilubbs Laundry
STAfiK TO JKMI'.Z, LKAVES 211
UKST GOLD i:KltY MOKX1NG AT
CLOSING OIT Dill liOW .SIIOI'.S.
Don't forget to attend our great
shiw special. All our men's, women's
and children's Oxfords are being sold
regardless of cost. Now is the time
to take advantage of our money sav
ing opportunity .See our window dis
play for some of the many bargains.
nosK.WVALD'S SHOF. IiRPAKT
MEXT. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO.
LIVERY SALE AND
Uoroei and Mules nought and Ex.
BEST TTON-Oufs-IX THE CITY
Second Street between Central an
And Sulphur, for Coyote and Whlt
comb Springs, for Hell'a and Dear
canyons, engage Simon Garcia' rlgi
and spring wagons or saddle horses
for your trips. Call at my store. 1X02
North Arao street.
NEW FALL GOODS
We take pleasure in announcing that our new fall lines
of Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furnishings are now being
Hart Schaffner & Marx
have made for us this season an especially attractive line
of Suits; we have also opened up a new boys' department
and are showing a nobby line of suits for
Boys and Young Men
We particularly call your attention to our nobby Yourg
Men's Suits. They are very nice and reasonably priced.
An inspection of our new goods is respectfully solicited.
Scribner's Dancing Academy
ELKS BALL ROOM
Snow Ball Party, Tuesday, Aug. 31.
J Beginners' class in dancing commences Wednesday, Sept. I
I Regular Dances, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
i 5 Cents Per Dance ' Good Music
DUKE CITY STEAM CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
101 -iu H StCONO STRUT
Mrs. R. B. Patten
Before placing your order for
your coal see us. We will make
your last winter's price ($?.!0)
look sick. We have the quulity.
Direct Line Coal Yard
All Kinds of FreIi and Salt Meat.
Steam Sansage Factory.
Masonic Building, North Third Street.
the market is
Your order de
livered by noon
I TELEPHONE 60,
LET US SAVE YOU I
That would be spent for new
clothing. We are specialists fn
Steam Cleaning, French Dry
Cleaning and all classes of Dyeing.
Ladies' and gentlemen's clotho.3,
draperies, portieres, rugs, gloves,
luces, in fact, we clean everything.
Special attention given to clean
ing and blocking hat.
We guarantee our work. Ooods
called for and delivered. Phone
Hotel Craige i
H West Silver ATenue.
Finest rooms, best location,
clean, cool, comfortable. Special
summer rates. Come.
J. A. WOOD, PROP. J
Montezuma. Grocery and
Copper and Third
Imported and Domestic Goods
Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil.
Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle.
Family Trade Solicited,
i Agent for Sin Antonio Lime. Always
Z fm. PrlnM Rio-ht.
Call Phone or Bend for Solicitor. 1
PHOVE 1029 X
3 A A A AAA A AAA A m S m mm A A A
: Columbus Hotel
The Best Place to Eat
1 1 August Sale Specials
.Men a :noes il.26 up
Ladies' Oxfords $1.25 up
Carpet Slippers S5s
Men's 75o Shirts 50e
Men's $1.50 straw Hats.. $1.01
Men's $1.."i0 Pantaloon. . .$1.00
Men's $2..",0 Pantaloons. . . $2. Oil
Sale of Tin uud I'uunicl Ware.
2 Tin Cui 5j
Hundreds of other bargain!.
CASH BUY Eft B UNION
Win. lHdilx, Prop. 132N. Slid