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I H K ALHl'QUKRQtE DAILY CITIZEN THURSDAY MAY 21 l!M3
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Here's a Strenuous Shoe
Men's Colt Shin Shoe
SINGLE SOLE 92.29
DOUBLE SOLE 92.78
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0. W. STRONG & SONS,
UNDERTAKERS
License t8, Colorado State Board
of Health,
Prompt and Oareful Service
OFFICE, CHAPEL MD PARLORS
201-211 North Second St
BOTH PHONES.
MONEY TO LOAN
On diamonds, watcheB, 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.
BREAD, CAKES, PIE8. .
Home maae bread, canes and plea,
fresh from the oven every day. Brown
bread and baked beans, Yankee stylo,
on Saturdays. Wagon will call in any
part of the city. Mrs. Akers, 1516
Aouth Second street, Bell 'Phone 113.
A Square Piano.
It you do not feel able to purchase a
new upright piano tor your children to
learn on. why not purchase a good
square piano from Hall tc Learnard.
We will take it back in exchange for
a new upright any time within one
.year. See us about it.
Do you want a piano? If so call at
Hall & Learnard 's. that Is about all
that is necessary.
We invite every woman, who on ac
count of weak ankles Is prevented
from wearing Oxfords or Sandals to
inspect our line of hand-turned shoes.
They are almost as light as slippers
and will be comfortable for the most
tender feet Price from $2.50 to $3.50
at C. May's, Popular Priced Shoe
Store, 208 West Railroad avenue.
if u -ant to know what stylish
fZ v -B t0 e Stein Block
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MADE OF STRONG FIBRED
COLT 8KIN, WITH SOLID
80LE LEATHER COUNT
ERS, AND ONE PIEtE
GRAIN INNER SOLES;
HEAVY EXTENSION EDQE
8INQLE OR DOUBLE ROCK
OAK OUTER 80LES.
PLAIN OR CAP TOE; LACE
OR CONGRES. THIS 8H0E
C0MBINE8 STYLE WITH
THE GREATE8T AMOUNT
OF WEAR AND COMFORT.
A FULL STOCK AND
POLITE ATTENTION
are watch wordB with us in grocery
merchandises methods. We are not
constantly "out of" this, that or the
other; while serving customers. We
strive to have In stork everything you
can reasonably expect, and to supply
it promptly, courteously and well.
F. F. TE OTTER
Successor to J. L. Ball & Co.
.Nos. 118 and 120 South Second St.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE
Has moved to the corner of Fourth and
Railroad avenue, where we are now
prepared to furnish home-made bread,
cakes, pies, etc., of the best quality at
reasonable prices. Give us a trial and
satisfy yourselves.
WOMAN'S EXCHANGE.
Corner of Fourth street and Railroad
avenue. Phone A 15.
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First Street NaUtorlum.
,The First street natatorlum is
open every day from 10 a. m. to 10
p. m. Ladies and gentlemen will find
this resort first class In all Its appoint
ments. Tuesday nights will be reserved
for private parties If engaged on or be
fore the previous Saturday. For terms
apply at the office.
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Dancing will be the feature of pleas
ure at the Retail Clerks' social func
tion Tuesday evening, June 2.
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LEMP'S STANDARD
At the North Pole Saloon only. Second
street, near postofflce.
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If you need screenwork have it done
by the Phoenix Dianing mill. Gold ave
nue. Pure creamery butter, 25 cents per
pound. Blanrhard Meat & Supply
company.
If you need screenwork have it done
by the Phoenix planing mill, Gold ave
nue.
Hall & Leanard keep all thei. pianos
in tune free for one year and will make
every promise and guarantee good.
Hall & Learnard have no dissatisfied
customers, which Is worth considering
when about tJ place your order for a
piano.
For Sale.
We now have a number of square
pianos on hand all of which must be
sold to make room for new stock. If
you want a bargain see Hall & Learn
ard about it.
men will wear this Ses'".
ask
nobby cloths."
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We have just received
a full line of oxfords for
men and boys . j j j
Walkover Vici Oxford 93. SO
Walkover F.natneled Oxfords. . . ,
.. . S4.00
Walkover Calf S3. SO
Plngree Patent Vicl Oxford
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Floi-sheim I'atent Colt Oxford
99.00
IJoyk' Oxfords, Very Swell, Sizes
1 to 5 9 2. CO
Boy' and Men 'a
TENNIS SHOES
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j Local Happenings J
Jo E. Sheridan, the territorial coal
mine Inspector, passed up the road
from Silver City to Santa Fe yester
day. Major H. It. Whiting, the United
States commissioner, who was at San
ta Fe on business, returned to the city
last night.
Mrs. H. A. Lantz, of Belen, passed
through the city this morning en route
to Topeka, Kansas, where she will
visit for a month.
Matt Corrlgan. D. D., of Toronto,
Can., will arrive In the city tonight,
and Intends to open tip an office here.
He Is a friend of City Attorney John
H. Stlngle.
Regular communication of Temple
lodge No. 6, A. F. and A. M., this even
ing at 8 o'clock. Work in the E. A.
degree. Visiting brethren cordially In
vited. By order of the W. M. Rob
ert Abraham, secretary.
Ben Bllio, who arrived here yester-
clty from Laguna accompanied by Mrs.
Bibo, went to Bernalillo this morning.
He will return here this evening and
Join Mrs. Bibo, who is remaining In the
city shopping and visiting.
Mrs. Robinson and Mrs. J. H. Mat
son will give a tea Friday afternoon
at 824 South Arno street. This will he
the first social event In honor of the
new church which the Lead avenue
Methodists will build. All the ladies
in the city are Invited.
The charter for the teamsters' union
Is dally expected to arrive, a letter
from the International secretary Btat
Ing that it would be forwarded as soon
as approved by the president of that
body. The teamsters' union will be one
of the strongest In the city.
A meeting of Triple Link Rebekah
lodge No. 10 will be held Thursday
evening, May 21, at 8 o'clock. All mem
bers are requested to be present as
there will be initiation. Visiting mem
bers are invited. By order of the no
ble grand. Mary Rogers, secretary.
Married At the residence of E. I.
Johnston, on Hazeldine avenue, on
Wednesday evening. May 20. Walter
Schmld. of this city, to Miss May Rind-
lage, of Cedar Falls, Iowa, the Rev.
F. V. Fisher officiating. Mr. and Mrs.
Schmld will make their home at 311
Lewis avenue.
Fred G. Plimer, engineer of the Unit
ed States geological survey, and M. G.
Gowsell, field assistant, who have been
in Santa Fe a few days, came in from
the north last night and left for the
Gila forest reserve, where they will
spend some time Inspecting the tlra
ler of the reserve.
Mrs. James L. Sellgman and chil
dren. Morton and Beatrice, came in
from Santa Fe last night, and contin
ued west to San Francisco and Los
Angeles. They were accompanied by
Mrs. Stevenson, Mrs. Sellgman's moth
er, and will remain In California for
the coming two months.
Fletcher S. Heath, of New York City.
and Mrs. Rhoda Heath, brother and
mother of Mrs. Dr. L. H. Chamberlln,
arrived from the east last evening. Mr.
Heath, who Is a brother of former As
sistant Postmaster General Perry M.
Heath, left on the south hound train
for a business trip to the City of Mex
ico. Mrs. Heath will spend the Bum- j
mer with her daughter.
On and after Monday, May 25, the
gents' clothing and furnishing goods
stores of Albuquerque will close at 6
o'clock In the evening Instead of 8
o'clock and later as In the paBt. This
is a movement accomplished by the
Retail Clerks' union. On Saturday
night and pay day nights the stores
will be kept open late in the evening
o accommodate those employed during
the daytime.
Word cornea from Durango that Joe
P. Goodlander, who is well known in
this city as the efficient, commercial
traveler for the Myers Drug company
of St. Louis, was in that city when Day
and Hart man, the editors, fired thir
teen shots at each other without doing
any damage. Goodlander was on the
street on his way to a drug store and
kept dodging wild bullets until he fin
ally got into a place of safety.
Miss Katie Adams and Robert Lil
lie were united in the holy bonds of
matrimony last evening, at their fut
ure home on Hazledine avenue, the
Rev. Frederick V. Fisher, of the Iad
Avenue Methodist Episcopal church
performing the ceremony. 'Miss Ad
ams has lieen a resident of Albuquer
que for many years and Mr. Lillle Is
one of the efficient bollermakers of the
local Santa Fe shops. They have the
best wishes of a host of friends.
H. P. Hill, the young man who was
captured here several weeks ago by
Marshal McMlllin with stolen Jewelry
belonging to Mrs. Mary Lewis, of Las
Vegas, and who was taken back to the
Meadow city for trial, turns out to be
a hardened young criminal. At Coun
cil Grove, Kansas, he was convicted of
burglary and escaped Just before his
party was to start for the penitentiary.
The I-as Vegas officials will hold him
for trial first, and after the law is sat
isfied here he will go to Kansas.
Personal Hems are gladly received
for publication. If you have friends
visiting you or you go away on an out
ing, The Citizen will le pleased to
make a note of it. The personal col
umn Is found In all up to date papers,
and is always of Interest to somebody.
A visitor may be with you whom some
body else in town may be glad to see,
and If you go away friends who might
desire to call on you would know that
you was away and might be saved the
trouble of calling In your absence.
Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Troy, pleasant
people of New York city, who have
been spending the greater part of the
winter stopping at the Alvarado, left
this morning for Chicago. After a
short stay In the Windy city, they will
go to New York, where Mr. Troy oc
cupies the responsible position of
managing: editor of the New York
News, a dally rerlodical ownnd by Mr.
Munsey. Mr. Troy rame to Albtiquer-
que a healthseeker. He is much im-
proved as a consequence of his visit.
G. Pedroncelli, of the wholesale firm
ol Bachechi & Co , has returned to the
city after a business visit to the river
towns south of here. He says the
river Is "spreading all over creation" 1
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Illlll Illlim ueiOW llin l.uiion, mm Lunv
the water Is uncomfortably close to
the railroad track. A force of men.
however, are at work riprapplng, and
no fear of a washout at present Is
anticipated by Superintendent McNal-'
ly.
J. B. Archuleta, the school superin
tendent of Sandoval county, was here
this morning, and secured a big batch
or iob nrlntlnsr for his office which
was executed at The Citizen. This
office has the contract, attested by
Clerk Hovey, to furnish all the officers
of the new county with books and of
fice stationery, and Is rushing the work
as fast as half a dozen skilled Job
printers, pressmen, etc., can work.
The Ladies' Missionary society of
the Congregational church held a
mission meeting in the church parlors
lest night. After the meeting closed
a musical and literary program was
enjoyed. Mrs. W. J. Marsh and Mrs.
J F. Palmer read Interesting papers
on matters In connection with the work
of the society and mission work in gen
eral. Refreshments of Ice cream and
cuke were served.
Although the weather was a little
cool last evening quite a large number
of city folks turned out and enjoyed
the band concert at Robinson park. It
was the regular Sunday night program
postponed until last night on account
of bad weather on Sunday. The next
concert will occur next Sunday even
ing if the weather permits.
Mrs. J. A. Welnmann and son, Wal
ter, who have been spending several
months in the east visiting relatives,
returned home last night. They visit
ed In Philadelphia. New York and
Brooklyn. While in Jersey City the
young man underwent an operation
performed for appendicitis. He Is now
enjoying robust health.
Louis Komberg, who was a resident
of Albuquerque years ago, and who
has been here on a visit the past few
days, will be' sent by friends to Den
ver, Colo., tonight. Mr. Komberg is
not in the befet' of health, and his
friends think the climate of the cen
tennial state will prove beneficial.
Ed Rosenwald, who was seriously
ill the past week, Is reported consid
erably better today. Luclen Rosen
wald and fatheri who were here in re
sponse to a message regarding his
sickness, returned to I -as Vegas this
morning.
At Temple Albert special memorial
services will be held Friday evening
at 7 o'clock, in honor of the late Mrs.
Corlnna Florence Israel. A few
thoughts on the character of the de
ceased will be presented by Rabbi Ja
cob H. Kaplan. Every body is wel
come. o
Hear Florence Sinclair Chapin re
cite "Christmas Eve in a Mining
Camp," Library hall, tonight.
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Go to "The Dress Rehearsal" tomor
row night. Don't miss it.
The "Sultan" brand of this delicious
fruit canned is equal or superior to
the fresh goods that are sent to this
market. A trial will convince you.
We have it In the whole, sliced or
small chunks. San Jose Market,
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The dainty crystal slipper used on
the occasion of "The Dress Rehearsal"
is unique and a rare curio. It has
been asked for by several of the larg
est museums in New Mexico.
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E Sedgwick Creamery Butter. It's
the best. San Jose Market.
Hear the beautiful solos and chorus
es by our best vocalists in "The Dress
Rehearsal" Friday evening.
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DO things to eat. For picnics
outings and lunches of all kinds
San Jose Market.
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Seats are selling rapidly for "The
Dress Rehearsal. Every one will be
there.
Elks' Racing Association meeting,
Trinidad, Colo., June 2-5, 1903. One
fare for round trip, date of sale, June
1 and 2, good to return June 7th F.
L. Myers. Agent.
OSTEOPATHY NEVER POISONS
The Body I Better Without Drug.
Can You Give a rational Definition of Osteopathy 7
Osteopathy a system of theraputics, based upon a thorough knowl
edge of anatomy and physiology, enabling the practitioner to look
upon the body as a perfect living, automatic machine. There are more
defective spines on earth than paupers. Get your spines In good shape
and your chances for health will be good.
"My Sons,"
aid a great businessman, "are my
partners and they need all the
strength and courage I can give
them, ' and he forthwith paid for a
$1,000,000 policy in The Mutual
Life Insurance Company of New
York Not without the most care
ful investigation, however, extend
ing over six months. He was Con
vinced by just such facts as led the
President of a National Bank in
New York to make the curious and
shrewd provision in his will, which
is contained in "A Banker's Will."
Write for it and also for the
' account of the $1,000 000 nolicv.
" ine Largest Annual Premiums.
This Company rank
First - In Asset.
First -In Amount Paid Policy-holders
First In Age.
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I HE MUTUAL L.IKK INSURANCE
Company ok Ni:v York,
Rich ad A. McCoaov. Prrtident.
DARBY A. DAY
Manager for New Mexico,
Albuquerque,
New Mexico
1 Stephen Canovan. the popular asses
sot of McKlnley county, who was at
Santa Fe on business, returned south
last night, and Is here today.
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We have a nice variety to arrive for
Friday, Channel Cats, Barracuda. Sal
mon, Shad. Sea Trout. Rock Bass,
Flounder, etc. San Jose Market,
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The ladies ot the Prescbyerian
church will serve Ice cream and cake
in the new Barnett building Thursday
evening.
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Dancing at Colombo hall June 2.
music by full orchestra. Go and have
a good time with the Retail Clerks.
Those mantel clocks at Maynard's
are bargains if there ever was a bar
gain. Screen work" done by the Phoenix
planing mill, Gold avenue.
D. WEILLER & CO.,
Agents for tne finest brands of all
kinds of grocenes in the territory. The
Gold avenue grocers.
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Tickets are now on sale for "The
Dress Rehearsal," the best thing out.
Wood turning at the Phoenix Plan
ing mill.
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For piano bargains call at Hall &
Learnard's.
Screenwork done by the Phoenix
planing mill, Gold avenue.
Fretn Cut Flowers,
IVES, THE FLORIST
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Teasl Teas! I
Coffees! Coffees!!
Always fresh at D. Weller & Co.
the Gold avenue grocers.
Pure creamery butter, 25 cents per
pound. Blancbard Meat & Supply
company.
Hear the songs In the bright oper
ette, "The Dress Rehearsal." Go and
see how a crowd of Jolly school girls
outwit their stern preceptress. N
MONEYIOLOAN
On diamonds, watches or any good
security. Great bargains tn watches
of every description.
A. H. YANOW
209 South Second street, a few doors
north of postofflce.
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YOUR SPRING SHIRT
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should look Just a bit prettier than
any other shirt you wear during the
whole twelvemonth will If we have
the pleasure of laundering It. Not
much Bentlment about our laundry
work lots of practicality but we do
take especial pains In Spring time.
Imperial Laundry
Back ef Postofflce.
C. H. CONNER, M. D
D. O.
Bodily Comfort
Should Be Supreme
WHY NOT COME DOWN AND 8EE THE MANY THINGS
WHICH HELP TO MAKE A MAN COMFORTABLE DURING
THE SUMMER MONTHS.
THE STORE 13 FULL OF THEM, BIGGER AND MORE
COMPLETE 8TOCKS OF 8UMMER TOGS THAN WE HAVE
EVER HAD BEFORE.
Our Two Piece
OUTING SUITS
are shape retaining, very stylish and inexpensive, we have
ttiem In all patterns, In flannels, crashes, homespuns and serges,
QG.50 to Q1Q.OO
Negligee Shirt, all the new pretty effect
91. OO to 92.SO
Straw Hat, Crahe and Panama
SOc and up to 91S.OO
BELTS
OXFORDS
The Railroad
E. J. POST & CO.
HARDWARE
Just Received a New Lot of 8 Day
Striking Clocks of Gilbert Make.
ONLY
$2. SO
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WE 9ELL MORE CLOCK9 THAN ALL OTHER HOU9E9
BECAU9E OUR PRICE9 ARE RIGHT.
S. VANN & SON,
JEWELERS
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Albuquerque Hardware Company
120 WEST
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HOSIERY
Avenue Clothier
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Best Grades..
Cotton add Rubber
Carden Hose
Hose Nozzles
Lawn flowers
Lawn Rakes
A COriPLETE LINE OF
GARDEN TOOLS.
ONLY
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Have You Seen That Case of
Fine Mechanical Tools
in Our Window
We Also t arry a Larg Stock of i
Carpenters' Tools
and
Builders' Hardware
GOLD AVENUE;

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