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THE ALM1QUKRQLE DAILY CITIZEN TUESDAY AUGUST 5; 190! Low Cut Shoes at Lower Cut Prices ' f, X. To e,0,e tnem out befor fall. The ( VTrft4 dressiest shoes as well as the most I V comfortable. Not until you have on a' VyN . ji3 "r Pair oT cur Perfec fitting Oxfords can i " 3 kL"Y you PPreciate the comfort of the low FVjKIvV 3 hoe. No slipping of the heels, no feiA&V Wis W binding instep, but comfort, ease and ,ty,e- "ur window. WOMEN'S OXFORDS, $2.00, CUT TO $1.60 WOMEN'S OXFORDS, $2.50, CUT TO $2.00 WOMEN'S OXFORDS, $3.00, CUT TO $235 MEN'S OXFORDS, $3.00, CUT TO $2.25 MEN'S OXFORDS, $4.00, CUT TO $2.75 MEN'S OXFORDS T. MUENSTERMAN. !' MONEY TO LOAN. V On diamonds, watcnes, etc.; or any good security; also household goods stored with me; strictly confidential. Highest cash price paid for household goods. Automatic 'phone 120. T. A. WHITTEN, 114 Gold avenue. r CITY NEWS. 1 ). Statehood cigars, two for 25 cents. Deming, the railroad center of New Mexico. ' See the newest In ladles' neckwear M The Economist . Deming, the gateway to the beat Hrt of Old Mexico. - ... 1 Window shades In all colors and width at Albert Faber's, 305 Railroad .. Fresh Cut Flowers. . - ! ' . ,, IVES, THE FLORIST. Deming! - Don't overlook; it If 70a are looking for a sale and paying in vestment t. .. .. Mexican drawn worlr In endless va riety at Albert Faber's, 805 Railroad avenue. ' , In Deming another good Lotel is Seeded to accommodate the enormous Increase of population. ' bk Mexican drawn work we are bowing a big assortment. ' Albert .Fiber, 305 Railroad avenue. 1 The Percales we sell at 6 cents per ard are very scarce. Leon B. Stern. V 1 . . . i m - m . (III u jLTOiuiug 7 uu can ouy 101a lur fiw , a-nlch will pay yon 100 per cent la less than twelve months. . . . ! Are. your shoes beginning to look Shabby? - No need. to- wear them any longer while you can buy shoes and lfycm want to know tchat imartlii drted nwn tcear this leason, ask to tee Stein liloch Clothe." I ...(' -, S .! K r t ', E. L WASHBURN. OUR 8TOCK OF HIGH QRADE GROCERIES Is selected expressly to meet the re quirements of a discriminating trade. We handle only reliable, first class goods. We carry full lines and -can 'guarantee quality. Nothing but the best, and our prices, you know, are al ways low. Fine teas, pure coffee, can ned goods, table delicacies, etc., lower than elsewhere. J L. BELL & CO. Nob. 118 and 12") Couth Second St 8EVEN SELLERS LUCKY 8EVEN. Florsheim Oxford Tie. $3.60 to $4.00. Floreheim Southern Tie, $3.00 to $3.50. Southern Tie, solid comfort, $2.25 to $2.50. Southern Tie, plain toe, $2.50 to $3.00. Prince Alberts, plain toe, $2.50 to $2..-. . Dongola Oxfords, $1.75 to $2.00. Canvas Oxfords, best quality, $1.50. oxfords at greatly reduced prices dur ing the summer clearance sale at C. May's Popular Priced Shoe Store, 208 West Railroad avenue. Deming baa a magnldcent . school system. Deming, the coming city of New Mexico. Deming water Is chemically pure equal to Polan Springs. Deming water and pure ozone make strong and healthy people. . No tuberculosis preser valine or col oring in Matthews' Jersey milk. Deming Is a great health resort has no superior )n cjlmate for the cure of pulmonary troubles. - Peming will be the great smelter center. Two large plants will be In stalled within the year. Look Into Klelnwort's market on North Third street He baa the nicest fresh meats in the city. We are sole agents for Wheeler 4b Wlison sewing machines. Albert Fa ber, 805 Railroad avenue. Why buy high priced lota when you can get them cheap in Deming now, with certain advance assured T Agricultural lands In Deming are un surpassed for fertility, production of fruits and vegetables of all kinds. We carry the largest variety of lin oleums and oil cloths in this city. Albert Fsber, 305 Railroad avenue. o Biennial Meeting, Knights' of Pyth ias, San Francisco, August 11-22, 1902. Rate of $35.00 for round trip. Tickets on salt August 4-9, Inclusive; final return limit, September 30, 1902. F. L. Myers, agent We Have Just Placed on Sale Two Hundred High Grade j Soft and Stiff Hats Worth , $2.50' $3.00 and $3.50 2 FOR ONLY $1.50 g Broken Lots and Sizes e Only-Come aud Secure your jo Fall Hat at Once. An I o Earthquake I - Jo 1 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS. Max B. Fitch and wife, of Magda lena, are In the city. Mrs. Thomas Hughes went to the upper Pecos this morning, where Bhe will stay some time. Mrs. C. W. Jack left this morning for a three months' visit at her old home at Leavenworth, Kansas. Miss Lou Hughes left this morning for Santa Fe. where she will visit with her sister. Mrs. O. C. Watson. M. Wlsbrun, the prosperous butcher of Bernalillo, was an Albuquerque vis itor last night and returned home this morning. Miss Ida Schwaid, who has been vis iting with her mother and Bister at Denver for the rast month. Is expected home this evening. Judge Silas Alexander, a prominent attorney of Socorro, passed through the city this morning, bound for Santa Fe on legal business. Forrest McKinley, connected with Li 'lu .v . "l "nl r,e- Paaseuj through the city this morning, going rrom Deming to Santa Fe. Ernest Meyers, of the wholesale li quor establishment of Meyers-Abel company, who was at Denver on busi ness, returned to the city last night. Dr. Cleverdon, of this city, is enter taining Dr. Byrd Scudder, of Cincin nati, Ohio. The doctor stopped over on his return from Tucson to Den ver. Mrs. H. C. Tabor, who has been vis iting with her daughter, Mrs. Frank Hall, for the past three months, left this morning for Newman Grove, Ne braska. M. D. Leavitt. a newspaper man from Grand Rapids, Mich., stopped ever last night on his way to San Francisco and will remain In the city a few days. MrsHenry Lock hart will not return to the city as soon as she expected. Her physician has advised her to re main at the Pagosa hot springs for an other month. Mrs. Frank Hall, wife of the deputy United States marshal, will leave this evening for California, where she will pend a couple of months visiting at the different coast resorts. Mrs. James Williams, wife of a for mer Santa Fe engineer, is stopping in the city today, while en route from her home at San Marcial to Los Angeles, where she will visit a few weeks. H. Lowitzkl, wltn six uorses belong ing to Senator W. H. Andrews, came in from Santa Fe last Sunday and nro- ceeded south to the senator's territor ial home at Andrews, in Sierra coun ty. . Prof. A. B. Stroup, superintendent of the city public schools, and Miss Jessie McMillan were united in mar riage at Kansas City at noon today. They are expected to arrive in Albu querque in a few days. O. C. Watson, tha energetic Insur ance agent of Santa Fe, is in the city. and will remain several days. During July he lead the list of insurance so licitors in this territory in writing the largest amount of life Insurance. M. E. Porter, of the International Correspondence school, was a passen ger for Santa Fe this morning. He expects to visit other northern points before returning and will be absent from the city for a week or ten days. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hitchcock, of San Marcial, are In the city for the day. Tonight they will leave for a three weeks' outing on the Pacific coast. Mr. Hitchcock is master me chanic in the Santa Fe shops at San Marcial. Last night, the city council officially amed J. H. Bennett as the pound- master and dog license collector, and Joe Mitchell was given the position as dog catcher. Both gentlemen are rus tlers and will prove valuable officers in their respective positions, for both work under direct police protection. The manager of the Lamar. Colo., base ball team has telegraphed Har ms n Wynkoop for games in this city on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. An offer was made them to appear here. They are making a tour of the south west and have not lost a game since leaving home several weeks ago. This would be a real treat W. E. Martin, manager of the Santa Fe Central base ball team, announces that bis club will cross bats with the Albuquerque Browns at Albuquerque Popular Excursion to Santa Fe Under auspices of Albuquerque Lodge of Elks. BY SPECIAL TRAIN AUGUST 31, 1902 ROUND TRIP TICKET ONLY $2.50 Train will leave Albuquerque at 7 a. m., and Leave Santa Fe returning at 7 p. m. The train will be decorated and two fine bands of music will be aboard Elks' Baseball Game and Other Amusements atSanta Fe A committee has the sale of tickets in charge. To secure this low rate of $2.50 for the round trip 400 tickets must be sold by the 15th of August. Tickots can be procured of the following cominUteos: Frank McKee, Tkamas Hughes, Henry Urockmeier, R. W. D. Bry an and Frank McKee. First Ward C. C. Hall. Don J Rankin, B. Ruppe. Second Ward J. S. Heaven Fred Fisher, James Carroll. Third Ward Roy McDonald. F. A. Hubbi-U, J. A. Hubbs. Fourth Ward D. J. Abel, J. H. O Rielly, Frank McKee. ..-.. . . FRANK McKEE. on Sunday next. New Mexican. Ne gotiations are pending ami it Is very likely that arrangements will be made to have the strong Santa Fe team here on Sunday next. This team has defeated the Browns many times in the past two seasons, but Manager Wynkoop states that as the Browns row stand, with Sonler pitching, there Is no team In, the southwest which can beat them. A good game will re sult. A. B. McGaffey and John Lee Clarke, of the Hyde Exploring Expedition, will leave tomorrow morning for Salt Lake City, Utah, where they will have on exhibition for the Hydcs a grand tfls play of Navajo Indian blankets and curios during the Elks' convention. The display will be at the big dry goods store of Walker Bros. After the convention, Messrs. McGaffey and Clarke will go to New York, and thence back to Albuquerque. TiTe Salt Lake exhibit will be transferred back to the New Mexico territorial fair. Word has been received from Co lumbus, Ohio, of the death of John J Fielding, who with his mother spent last winter In Albuquerque. During their six months' stay here they made a number of friends who will regret to learn of the young man's sudden death. Chong Lee, who is the proprietor of the C. O. D. laundry at No. 307 South Second street, has improved his place of business by putting on wall paper and using a new coat of paint. Chong Is all right, and says he "likee Melican man." Attention Is called to the advertise ments of the Elks' excursion to Santa Fe published In today's Citizen. The executive committee met last night and perfected all details for that ex cursion. Mrs. B. A. Sleyster, who has been practically an invalid the past sum mer, was out driving yesterday with her husband. She Is slowly gaining back her health. W. L. Harris, of the firm of Harris & Jonea, proprietors of the Cabinet saloon, was at the depot this morning to meet his wife, who arrived from Williams. Ariz. J. W. Prestel, head clerk at the Golden Rule dry goods store, who was laying off yesterday on account of sick ness, Is able to be at work again. Mrs. L. II. Thomas and Mrs. D. H. Cams left yesterday for a visit at Aionzo Hubbell's ranch, near Granado, Ariz. '".jii !. R. M, Stockton, the Belen fruit raiser and ranchman, was here this morning with a wagon Joad of fine pears. W. A., Bolton, representing the Mu tual Life Insurance company, Is in the city froniJBai) Francisco. ' . United States Marshal C. M. Foraker returned , this . morning from a short business trip fo Deming. Max Ehrllch, the attorney, left this morning for Thornton and Pena Blan ca on legal matters. W. V. Wolvln. D. D. 8.. Dental Sur geon Santa Fe Pacific Railroad, Grant block. Bntt 'phones. Chipped dried beef. San Jose Mar ket. 60c The best food chopper made. WHITNEY COMPANY. Netted Gem cantaloupes. San Jose Market. Sedgwick creamery butter never dis appoints, Sue ,1b., at the San Jose Mar ket only. ' ,. Fresh Selami & Cervelatwurst at the San Jose Market. See the window display of fine pic tures and couches at Futrelle's. o Try a can of Franco-American soup, full quart tins, 25c, at the San Jose Market only. o Deming needs one Hundred new houses to supply the demand, and needs them now. This demand con tinues to grow. THE ARCADE 311 South First street. FRANK VAJO, PROPRIETOR. The best of liquors served to pat rons of the bar. Nice large rooms, everything bran new, upstairs for lodging purposes. Chairman Executive Committee. Go to the Maze for Anything You Want. Belladonna Pills 15c Munyon's Rheumatic Cure 20c Mellin's Food 45c and 65c Wine of Cardui 90c Celery Compound 90c Folding Camp Beds $2.85 Feather Pillows 95c Woven Wire Cots Il. Cotton Batts, per pound 12V4c Perforated Pie Tins ....5c President Suspenders .45c 2 pair door hinges 25c Good Sweet Corn 10c Macaroni, per pound 10c and 17c Ham, per pound 16c Premium package Oats 33c THE MAZE, WM. KIEKE. Proprietor. F. A. Jones, E. M., C. E. Consulting Mining Engineer Field assistant U. S. Geological Survey Albuquerque, N. M. Correspondence solicited. o Choice fresh fish, freBh shrimps, dressed turkeys, dressed springs and dressed hens at the San Jose Market tomorrow. o The Porter Loses. A Necessary Precaution. Don't neglect a cold. It Is worse than unpleasant. It is dangerous. By us ing One Minute Cough Cure you can cure it at once. Allays inflammation, clears the head, soothes and strength ens the mucous membrane. Cures coughs, croup, throat and lung trou bles. Absolutely safe. Acts Immedi ately. Children like It. B. H. Briggs & Co. and J. H. O Rielly ft Co. Statehood clga-s. two tor 25 cents. o Russell bage Says: Its not how much you earn, but how much you save that will enable you to take it easy in your old age We can save you money on that bath sponge you Intend to nuy and on all other toi let articles. Fine bath sponges, 25 and 35 cents. Page & Voorhees, prescrip tion druggists, second door north of postofflce. o Notice. The Rico Cafe serves the best meals in the city st 15 and 25 cents. Short orders, 5 cents up, 111 North First BtreeL BLOCK'S HOTEL ONLY FIRST CLASS HOUSE AT JEMEZ HOT SPRINGS NOW OPEN FOn GUESTS. Stage Leaves from Trimble's Stable, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at 5 a. m. J. B. BLOCK, Proprietor. THE UNIVERSITY OF - NEW MEXICO ACADEMIC, COLLEGIATE, NORMAL AND COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENTS The School of Music offers full courses in Vocal and Instrumental Music. Board and rooms at the University Dormitory, at reasonable rates. Fall term opens Thursday, Sept. 18, 1902, at 10:30 a. m. For further information, address, W. G. TIGHT, President, Albuquerque, New Mexico. Old 'Phone New 'Phone 152 59. J. W. Edwards Progressive Mortician and Em balmer. Open day and night. Calls are promptly attended to. I Also Sell Monuments Office and parlor in N. Second E. G. Garcia & Co Dealers In Sheep, Wool, Hides, Pelts Goat skins WRITE FOR PRICES ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. S. MICHAEL Dealer In- Fine Watches, Fine Jewelry. FINE WATCH REPAIRING. Repairing done promptly and by skilled workmen. 325 South Second Street. Albuquerque, New Mexico. MONEY TO LOAN On diamonds, watches or any food security. Great bargains In watches of every description. A. H. irNOW, Z09 South Second street, few doors north of rcstoffles. GENTLEMENI Our selection of over two thousand soring samples, comprising all the fashionable goods for gentlemen's suitings, fancy vestlngs, overcoats and fulldresk suits, are ready for your Inspection. Our tailoring and styles are unexcelled and the prices talk. Nettleton Tailoring Agency, 216 South Second street. I Golden Rule Dry Goods Go. ooToaoefiocTooooaToe BIG BARGAINS IN WASH GOODS BARGAIN NO. 1. t Our entire stock of Wash Goods worth from 50c to $1 a yard, your choice now.. 29c yard BARGAIN NO. 2. Our entire stock of Wash Goods worth from 25c to 50c a yard, your choice now...... 1 Bo yard BARGAIN NO. 3. 200 different patterns of our famous Primrose Batiste Wash Goods, your choice now 11 yard r BARGAIN NO. 4. A big lot of Cotton Challies, your choice now ........i 30 yard BIG BARGAINS IN TABLE LINEN, TOWEL8, 8PREAD8, SHEET8 AND PILLOW CASES. E. J. POST & CO. C F. MYERS and WM. MclNTO SH, Proprietors. HARDWARE. Banner ancl Steel Hay Rakes Eclipse Hay Presses MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED. ooooooooocxxxxxxoooc A BIG OUR GREEN TAG SALE HAS PROVED AN UNQUALIFIED SUC CESS, AS, USUAL, EVEN IN A LARGER MEASURE THAN OUR PREVIOUS ONES. AND NO WONDER. WE HAVE THE MERCH ANDISE WITH WHICH TO BACK UP OUR CLAIMS, AND IF ANY. THING WE DO MORE THAN WE PROMISE IN OUR ANNOUNCE MENTS. THIS WEEK WE OFFER A LOT OF FIFTY DOZEN NOB BY EW AND STYLISH NEGLIGE SHIRTS AT 95 THESE GOODS ARE MADE BY WILSON BROTHERS OF THE BEST GRADE OF MADRAS CLOTH. THE PATTERN8 ARE UP TO DATE AND THE COLORS ABSULUTELY GUARANTEED FAST. THEY ARE BEAUTIFULLY MADE AND WE HAVE ALL SIZES FROM 14 TO 18. THESE GOODS ARE RETAILED EVERYWHERE AT $1.25 TO $1.75. CALL BEFORE THEY ARE ALL SOLD AND SAVE MONEY. ' SIMON STFRN.The R.R.Ave. Clothier. CXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXJ Whitney 'Phones: AuL 113-115-117 South First street If uOCXXXXXX)OOCXXXXXXXXXXXXXXrXXXXXXXDCXXXXXXXXXXXXXDOOOO Buckeye Mowers , SUCCESS! cents JUST 50c The Best Food Chopper Made, Fully Gurauleed Has steel cutters and it grinds meats, vegeta tables, nuts etc. capacity 3-4 lbs. meat per minute. Can be taken apart in stantly for cleaning. Company 243; Bell, 85. Albuquerque, N. IZ.