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We want to supply your demand for chil
dren's shoes and have madeexira efforts to
get together the most reliable and up-to-date
stock we ever handled. Shoes that
not only look good, but are good, inside as
well as outside. They fit well and will stand
the hard wear they are sure to be put to.
Lowest prices consistent with style and
reliability. Your money back if you are not
(IRLS SHOES: Vicl Kid, Box Calf or Patent Kid ' Uppers, light,
medium or heavy soles, lace or button S ij to 11. fl.00 to $1.H.';
11 'j t 2, 91.25 to 92.25; 2 1 j to 6. KI.25 to f-J.SO.
HOYS' rillOKS: Kangaroo Calf, Box Calf or Vicl KUl, strong
soles full length vamps S', to 13, 91.15 to 92.00; 13 H to 2, 91.25
to i25; 2S to !H. 91.50 to 92.50.
Shoe Department for
Attend our Special Left Over Sale
In order to make sure to dispose of our remain
ing numbers in Men's, Women's and Children's
Low Shoes we have decided to run these redicu
lous prices (or two days more. Don't hesitate to
come and make your selection from the largest
and most complete shoe store in the Southwest.
Our shoes determine only the best shoe making.
All Men's Oxfords $4.00 values, Special t
All Men's Oxfords $3.50 values, Special .
All Women's Oxfords Si 00 values, Special
All Women's Oxfords 93.50 values, Special . ' .
2-" Pair Women's Oxfords S2.25 values .
40 Pairs Children's Oxfords $1.!50 values, Special
TiO Pain Children Oxfords 12.00 values, Special
7 Pail- Caildren's Oxfords $2.50 values, Special
318 W. Central Ave.
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I Sandias Home
at Tijeras Canyon
Hot and cold lunches and re
freshments served. Mineral
and good pure fresh water, cold
a ice without Ice, relieves Kid
ney Trouble, Heart Burn, Indl
The Place to Spetd an
E. L, WASHBUKN, Pre
E. L. Washburn Company
122 S. SECOND STKKI-rr. . 11 W. COM) AVEXCE
Complete Outfitters for Men and Boy
93. 2 O
Stoves, Ranges, House Furrvish
ng Goods, Cutlery and Tools,
Iron Pipe, Valves and Fittings
Plumbing, Heating, i
t Tin and Copper Work
L. C. Cielitz
Rooms 7 and 9. N. T. Armijo Bid.
Note Scotch tweed plaids will pre
III Rooming House
14 Sooth Second St., Corner Iron.
Ul new iron bed. Rooms tor
rusekeaplng. Single room, . il,H
rr week. No Invalid received.
C. O. CUSHMAN, Sec. 4 Treas.
We wish to announce to
the mothers that we have
just received our
BOYS' FALL SUITS tl
consisting of natty browns
and greys, double breasted,
with two pairs of trousers
the economy of which any
mother will appreciate.
Bloomer Suits, with two
pairs of pants '
$4.00 to $6.00
Blue and Black Suits, with
two pairs of panti
Insure In the Occidental Life.
Try Glorleta beer. Phone 482.
t'nlteil Wire!cs stork will soon
double In value.
K. A. Johnston, of Santa Fc, rrgls
l red nt the Aivurndo laxt night.
Snowball party tonight at Klks' hall
loom. Admission free; 3c a dance.
A. S. Beck has returned from an
orilclal trip to the I'eco national for
est. Col. I. M. Id rtter. veteran cilitjr
f the Helen Tribune, Is here on
t'ol. M. 1.. ftern returned nt noon
today from a month's Vacation In
Traveling Auditor C'has. V. Harford
lias returned to Santa Ke from u
business visit to Albuquerque
Prof. Fayette A. Jones, the mining
engineer, left last night for Lincoln
county on a short business trip.
E. Z. Ross, manager for the. Blue
v.ater Development company, went to
lMuucwnter last night on business.
lion Solomon Luna left last evening
for Los Lunas after attending to, per
sonal business here for several days.
S. F. Miller, architect, after a visit
ot several months In Illinois and
Michigan, lias returned to Albuquer
que. Mr. ami Mrs. David Farr, of Mag
dalena, are in the city, Mr. Farr on
business and Mrs. Farr to visit
Cade Silvry. chief ' of the fceoret
service department of the Santa Fe
coast lines, arrived from the west
Miss Evelyn Trotter, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Trotter, returned
ytHterdny from a two months' visit
in lions Ftcach. Calif.
A. J. Imel. clerk to the general
foreman in the Santa Fc shops, has
returned from Mexico City, wheru iiu
spent two weeks sightseeing.
J. J. Duffy, formerly platform fore
man at the local Santa Fe freight
house, left this morning for Denver,
where he expects to locate.
The Tegular monthly business
meeting of HI. John's guild will bt:
hi Id In the vestry room Wednesday
afternoon, September 1, at 4 o'clock.
Harry B. Reed Is in the city, the
guest of his father, (leorge F. Heed,
of 7.09 West Marquette avenue. Mr.
Heed was a former resident of this
Miss Olive Corbin, chief operator of
the Colorado Telephone company, re
turned last night afti r an extended
trip which included San Franclsjo
R. I. Parker, general superintend
ent of the Santa Fe lines, who has
brrn visiting here the past two days,!
len yesiernay lor ins oe.ooju.n we,
Mrs. R. H. Hawkins, wife of Man
ager Hawkins of the Postal Tele
graph office, accompanied by her
son, returned yesterday after a few
months- vis;! In Long Reach, Calif.
J. H. l CRIcUy. general manager ot
the Occidental Life Insurance com
pany, has returned from Denvar,
where he attended the Trans-Missis
sippi congress as a delegate from .New
H. H. Ray. forest ranger on the.
Gila In the Mogollon mountains, aim
A. Johnson, ranger on the Sacramen
to forest, with headquarters in Elk
N'. M., spent yesterday in the city, en
route to Flagstaff, Ariz.
Heputy United States Marshal
James Smith returned to the city
Ihis morning from Gallup, where he
spent several days serving Jury sum
mons and subpoenas for the Septem
ber term ot United States court.
Mrs. Mann and children, family of
Judge K. A. Mann, arrived from Ala
mogordo and are living at 502 Wol
Tijeras avenue in the Chaves prop
ei'ly. Judge Mann has opened a law
office In the X. T. Arml.to building.
Miss Lillian Spitz left for Artesia,
X. M., last evening, where she goes
to instruct one of the classes in the
high school. Miss Spitz's' departure
will be much regretted by her many
friends in this city, who wish her suc
cess in her new undertaking. Miss
Ppitx is a graduate of the University
YOU NEED FLATWARE
A few more Knives, Forks or Spoons, or perhaps a new
Carving Set. Come and let us show you them.
Kstd. 1S83. TIIK DIAMOND PAKCK. Central Ave.
"OLD RELIABLE" ESTABLISHED 1871.
L. B. PUTNEY
THE WHOLESALE GROCER
FLOUR, GRAIN AND PROVISIONS
Carries ihe Largest and Most Exclusive Stock of Stspl Oroserles
In the Southwest.
FARM AND FREIGHT WAGONS
; For First Class Work
1 HUBBS LAUNDRY CO. :
of New Mexico, having received her
degree of A. R. from that Institution
last sprlnu. She recently received the
appointment of Instructor of English
In the high school at Artesia.
Simon Bibo Is In the city from
Pilm. Valencia county, transacting
business with Albuquerque wholesale
linerc-hants. Mr. Rlbo is accompan
ied by hih nephew, Lawrence Levy,
of San Francisco, who Is spending a.
few weeks in tho territory visiting
There will be a special meeting of
Harmony lodge. No. 1. I. o. O. F.,
this, Tuesday, evening ut 8 o'clock.
Wiirk In the third degree. AH mem
bers and visiting brothers are Invited
to be present. Refreshments. By
older of the N. U. N. E. Stevens, sec
retary. I. Mr. and Mrs. Mattoon, who were
uorntly married In Las Vigas, will
n turn t this city shortly, where they
will make t'.ieir home. Mr. and Mr.
Mattoon ar- Well known in Albu
querque and will be at home to the.r
f:-lcncjs after September 1.1 at 22",
North High stre -t. ' ' '
We desire to extend our thanks to
the nj;tny kind friends who so gener
ously assisted and sympathised with
us in our sad bereavement, toe loss
of our mother Mrs. J. I. O Rear,
Mrs. R. M. Ball, Eugene, , Wilber tJ
end Walter Let kley.
Mrs. Ed. Rittenstonn pass-
Ihroouh Allmo'iernue yesterday on
he r wav- l' her home at Magrialeiia,
after a visit ,f several weeks with
f'cr parents aiid other relatives f I
Slater. M'. Mr. Rittenstone has
I, ased some rich mining property in
the Magdalcna district.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Nipp. who live
about four miles north of the city.
gave a waternnlon supper to a num
ber of friends from the city last night.
Those present were Mr. and Mr. C.
O. Oushman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry
Rraun and Dr. L. H. Chamberlln.
Music formed a part of a very enjoy
The funeral o!' Mrs. Margaret Leek
lev was held fn.in the residence, 315
South Edith Street, at 3:30 o'clocn
yesterday afternoon. Rev. Rollins, of
the First Methodist Episcopal church,
officiated, and -as assisted by Rev.
Alger. Mils. C.
My Soul." A
A. Frank sang "lx-aii,
ami "Jesus. Lover of
number of beautiful
covered the coffin.
A new lnotorman on the seconti
street line of the Albuquerque Trac
tiori company's street car system, ran
a .g street car off the track at the
end of the Second street car line near
the' American Lumber company's
plant this morning. A railway tie,
which was placed at the end of the
track for a buiijpcr failed to stop
the ear and il plung'ed over the tie
und was considerably damaged. No
passengers were aboard at the time
the accident happened and none ot
the crew was injured.
MISSOURI WASTTS Til KM.
New York. Aug. 31 E. O. Troy,
deputy commissioner of Immigration
of Missouri and James R. Dunn,
labor Inspector of St. Louis, are seek
ing to make arrangements for the col
onization of a large amount of de
sirable land in their slate by immi
grants. They have heard that the govern
ment Immigration officials were hav
ing trouble In disposing of newly ar
rived immigrants, and they say that
the state of Missouri will make a
proposition to place as many of the
desirable clement as can be obtained
on more than f.UO.000 acres of land
suitable for fanning purposes.
'IIIK IXMtKST SERVICE
The forest xcrvlee has just recom
mended tile following appointments
on national forests In tnis district:
Kkther I. Frev. forest clerk on the
Cila; Charles A. Palmer, forest clerk
on the Coconino; Annie C. Jones, for
est clerk on the Preseott; Alice Mc
Millan, temporary tlerk In the dis
trict office, and Verne Rhoades, for
est guard on the Alamo national for
est. TOO LATE. TO CliASSIFT.
FOR SALE 4 room cement house
for l;i.-0. A bargain. Porterfield
Co., 2 Id W. (Sold.
WANTED A small tire-proof safe.
Enquire of Judge E. A. Mann, N. T.
MONK Y T O I.O A N -On real" e st a e .
Portcrllcld Co., 2 IB W. (Void.-
We want your
Porterfield Co., 216
ALBUQUERUE ,N. M.
and Prompt Delivery X
California Fruit !
of all kinds .
from Mesilla Valley that
melt in your mouth.
A. J. MALOY I
MM V MM V & 4 a
FRENCH HOME BAKERY I
X M'lX'I ALS
X Butternut Dread, line Cakes,
Pics and' Candies.
Prompt Delivery anil Courteous
Z Treat men t.
Ill'HUrs AND WIR.TII. Prons,
J 202 ImhI Central Ave.
Telephone 597. 1
I hereby give public notice tlrit
henceforth I will not bo responsible
for any debts contracted by Alfredo
Raca, who is also known as Fr?d
Raca. He Is 23 years of aRo, abso
lutely refusi s to do any kind of work,
but for the past two yeans he has
made in easy living by borrowing
money from my friends and obtain
ing Roods, carriage hire, etc., on my
credit wherever he has been permit
ted to do so.
"f.eneralfy debilitated for yeurs.
Had sick headaches, lacked ambition,
was worn-out and all run-down. Bur
dock Blood Bitters made me a well
woman." Mrs. Chas. Frcltoy, Minn-
Men's Shoas S1.2u up
Ladies' Oxfords $1.25 up
Carpet Slippers 33o
Men's 75c Shirts 50c
Men's $1.50 Straw Hats.. $1.00
Men's $1.50 Pantaloons. .. $1.00
Men's $2.50 Pantaloons. .. $2.00
Sale of Tin and Enamel Ware.
2 Tin Cups 5c
IInnr1iAi1f j-if nlhnii Kursalrlil
t CASH BUYERS UNION
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tm-s N SCCONO STRUT
Mrs. R. B. Patten
I Have a Talk I
Willi over the Im' l'llf
SjxU'iii of keeping accounts;
can be u.-ed to advantage in
,ioi i:n i.s.
C tST HOOKS,
All iy.e.i and styles made in
X KUinklMxik-s Ijooseli-af lH-vkvs,
X Phone 924.
And Sulphur, for Coyote and Whit
omb Sprlngii, for Hell's and Bear
L anyons, engage Simon Garcla's rigs
and spring wagons or baddle horses
I for your trips. Call at my store. 1103
JNorta Arno street.
HEW FALL GOODS
We take pleasure in announcing that our new fall lines
of Clothing, Hat.", Shoes and Furnishings are now being
Hart Schaffner & Marx
have made for us this season an especial')' attractive line
of Suits; we have also opened up a iev boy-' department
and are showing a nobby line of suits for
Boys and Young iYlen
We particularly call your attention to our nobby Vcu-g
Men's Suits. They are very i ice and reasonably priced.
An Inspection of our new goods U res; ctfuily so ici.ed.
Scribner's Dancing Academy j
ELKS BALL ROOM
Snow Ball Party
Beginners' Class in Dancing Commences
Wednesday, Sept. t.
Regular Dances Tuesday,
5c Per Dance
LUKE CITY STEAM CLEANING AND DYE WORKS
Before placing your order for
your coal nee us. We will make
your last winter's price (17.50)
look sick. We have the quality.
Direct Line Coal Yard
ill Kinds or l rcli anil Salt Meat
Steam Sausage Factory.
EMIIi KLFIN'WORT .
Masonic Building, North Third Street
! Circus Syrup i
I rr,-:zi:.'o:zr'SK.,j:,,i,::.j3 1
: SOMETHING NEW
X A combination of cane,
X corn and maple syrup. X
I Try a Can
We new on buttons. Ilubbs Ijiuii
Thursday and Saturday
Good Music !
LET US SAVE YOU
That would be spent for new
elothing. We are specialists In
Steam Cleaning, French Dry
Cleaning ami all classes of Dyeing.
Ladies' and gentlemen's clothes,
draperies, portieres, rugs, gloves.
Vices, in fact, we clean everything.
Special attention given to clean
ing and blocking haw.
We guarantee our work, floods
called for and delivered. Phone
118 ',4 West Silver Avenue. T
Finest rooms, best
clean, cool, eomfjrtal
clean, cool, comfortable. Special
( . .
J Fummer rates. Come.
1 1 J. A. WOOD, PROP.
Montezuma Srocery and
Copper and Third
Imported and Domestic Goods
Specialty of Lucca Pure Olive Oil
Liquor by the Gallon or Bottle.
Family Trade Solicited.
Agent for Saa Antonio Lime. Aways
Fresh. Prces Right.
Call Phone or aend for Solicitor.
RHOlYE tO 29
The Best Place to Eat