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THE ALBUQUERQLE DAILY CITIZEN TUESDAY JUNE 16 1903
THE CONEESSIONS OF A WIFE LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Rflen'o Chrome ...Calf Shoes... SKe $9.50 CONGRESS, PLAIN TOE V W U u. n. a nunua ouna. UNDERTAKERS License 68, Colorado State Board of Health, Prompt and Careful Service OFFICE, CHAPEL AND PARLORS 201211 North Second t BOTH PHONES. MONEY TO LOAN On diamonds, watches, etc., or any good security; also household goods stored with me; strictly confidential. Highest cash price paid for household goods. T. A. WHITTEN, 114 Gold avenue. YOU PEOPLE WHO EAT. Attention! If your appetite Is on a strike call on D. WeUler & Co., the Gold avenue grocers. They can fix your's up. Everything to eat, always fresh; call and Rive us a trial. Wood seat arm rockers, 2.25; coo ler seat arm rockers, $2.50, cane seat sewing rockers, 11.50; cots, 11.75 and up; Iron beds, $3.75 and up; steel fold ing bed couches and steel folding beds In great variety and prices the lowest; cash or time. Futrelle Furniture Co , West end of viaduct. o Fresn Cut Flowers, IVES, THE FLORIST- You might just as well buy that pair of low shoes right now and get that much more comfort Instead of putting It off any longer. We have an assort ment and our prices are so reasonable that It will be easy to supply your wants. At least do not fall to ex amine the latest styles at C. Msy's Popular Priced Shoe Store, 208 West Railroad avenue. " you want to know what $tylih gee Stein Jlloeh SPRING UNDERWEAR Did you ever try a Union Suit?Jf not, why not? No double thickness at the waist-always snug and neat in fit and very reasonable in prices 1.25 to $2.50 Monaroh Shirts ,1.25 E.L.WASHBURN 122 S. SECOND ST. The Chrome Calf is made from choicest skins. It does not peel and the softness of its fibre makes it easy on the foot. The best oak tanned leather is used for the soles. This is a strong, well-made line of shoes ad apted to all the require ments of hard service and ha' enough "y,etobe. worn as a dress shoe. SUGAR FOR THE WEE ONE8. their parents end the whole family Is gold here of high quality, and at prices as low as anywhere In the city. Then, too, we take special pride In cur assortment of whole and ground pure spices. You'll find that It will pay you to deal with us. F. F. TROTTEB Successor to J. L. Bell & Co. .Nob. 118 and 120 South Second St. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE Has moved to the comer 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. LEAKY ROOF repaired with our Publan Roof Paint Cheaper than any other. Does not crack or run by heat. BORRADAILE & CO., 117 Gold Avenue., NOTICE. Lemp's Standard Beer at the North Pole Saloon only. Chas. Kepler, pro prietor; near postofflce. o Larue assortment of FIRE WORKS the best made at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Outside orders solicited. Don't forget to call up Bell 'phone 98 for a box of home made choco lates, Ice cream or sherbert FIRE WORKS! FIRE WORKS! ! at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Leave your orders. Tamnonn ana cnina matting In all gTades at Albert Faber's, 305 Railroad avenue. FIRE WORKSl We have received a large assort ment nf FlRfc WORKS of all kinds and sizes for Fourth of July celebra tions. Write or see us. O. A. MATSON & CO. g MONEY 10 LOAN security. Great bargains In watches of every description. A. H. YANOW. 105 South Second street, a few doors i south of Railroad avenue. 3? men will wear th Seion, auk to nobby cloths." Stetson,s Hats Young's Hats B. H. Newiee Is down from the Meadow city. B. M. McOuIro, In business at Belen, Is In the city today. John H. Hicks of Santa Rosa Is In the city on business. George Faris and G. W. Irwin are In the Duke city from Wlnslow, Arizona. W. A. DeWolff, wife and son Willie have gone to Los Angeles for a visit. Policeman Salazar, who was laid up with the measles, reported for duty last night. Rev. J. A. Norrls. wife and child, from Glen Cove, N. V., are registered at the Alvarado, Mrs. Thomas Moore of this city is In Santa Fe to spend the week with her parents, Charles L. Thayer and wife. Esqulpulo and Manuel Baca, of Pena Blanca, officials of Sandoval county, were in the city en route to the town of Sandoval. The Elks opera house In this city will be the finest one lietween Denver and the coast. It will be ready for business sometime In October. Ellsworth tngalls of this city, spe cial agent of the department of Justice in Indian depredations and other claims, is In Santa Fe on official busi ness. Roderick Stover and J. A. Heal left the city this morning for the Abo pass country. They drive overland, and will be absent from the city for a week. Prof. C. A. MagniiKson left last night to spnd his vacation among eastern relatives and friends. He will be connected with the School of Mines at Socorro next year. Chief Justice W. J. Mills of Las Ve gas, Is preparing for a visit to his old home In New Haven, Conn. He will leave the territory during the latter part of this week. . K. B. Clark and wife are in the city from Gonzales, and will visit relatives and friends for a few days. Mr. Clark Is an operator and hereafter will be stationed at Chaallender, out west. George E. Helmer, of Chicago, will be united in marriage at that city to day. Old timers will remember Mr. Helmer, as he was chief clerk under 1). B. Robinson, when the later was reneral manager of the Atlantic & Pacific. Tomorrow (Wednesday) night the general executive committee of the Central Labor union will hold a meet ing over the Cabinet saloon on Rail road avenue, to discuss the Fourth of July celebration. All members of the executive committee are requested to attend. B. Ruppe, the druggist, Fred Fisher and Charles Sadler left this morning for a ten days' trip among the moun tains. They are going to East View. Gran Quivera, the Indian ruins, Man zano and several other places. They will also visit the Mcintosh sheep ranch before returning. Here's hop ing they will have an enjoyable time. Darby A. Day, who carefully looks after the big business of the Mutual Life Insurance company, of New York, in New Mexico, returned the other day from a trip through Taos county. Mr. Day states that Taos county Is a great section for raising of sheep and that the raisers of that county are in high glee this spring over the fine condition of their flocks. Yesterday The Citizen published a small local Item to the effect that Mrs. John Johnson had secured a fund of $10 as a gift from contribu tions at the shois for Mrs. Myra Yor- chow, deaconess of the Lead avenue Methodist church, who has gone on a vacation to the Pacific coast. The item, In the main. Is all right, but Mr. Johnson objects to being a "Mrs." when he Is still in the land of single Idensedness and there Is well, it is al right. He is still unmarried. Yesterday, The Citizen announced that Sidney Rosenwald would soon go Into the dry goods business for him self. Today, he Informed The Citizen that he would le ready for business by the owning of fall. He will occupy the old IUs-nwald stand at the corner of Railroad avenue and Third street but the building will undergo during the summer a thorough remodelling. A new front will le put In, and the store room will receive new coat of paint wall paper and up to date fixtures. Sidney says the old stock of goods will le disused of as rapidly as possible and he will start out with a bran new stock from front to end. WANTED Man to care for horses and milk cows. Enquire at 1023 West Railroad avenue. Miss Howell. Miss Howell Is a reader of great power and charm, and so clothes with reality the character that she essays to portray that one forgets he Is listen lng but to the reading of other men' words, so completely does the reader sink her own personality In that of here character part. Possessed of an innate refinement that pervades every motion and accent, a voice musical, sweet and well modulated, and a per sonality as charming as It Is magnet- "I Would Have Been in My Grave Long Ago Had It Not Been for PAINE'S CELERY CONPOUND." This Is the closing sentence of a thankful nd grateful letter of testi mony written by Mrs. P. Hoffman of Kylertown, Pa. A complication of liver trouble, kidney disease and stom ach neuralgia resisted the best treat ment of an able and experienced fam ily physician. When all seemed dark and gloomy, a kind Providence direct ed an anxious husband to have his wife make use of the medicine that saves even at the eleventh hour. Palne's Celery Compound gloriously tiiumphed; It removed waste and pols onous matters from the blood, toned every organ and nourished the weak In Ulna Unu.-t.11 i.i nvpo herself to be an entertainer oi rare nuimj. one was gowned last night In a costume , made especially for this reading and copied from the drawings In the book, of the Lady Marv Carlisle, the heroine of the little story. The gown was of! white satin, heavily embroidered in roses. Her hair was arranged accord ing to the portrait in the book, with the coquettish Janice Meredith curls, caught with crimson roses, and one long-stemmed red bud nestling in the laces against her bare throat. She made a charming picture which could not but add to the effect of the read ing. The Pasadena Daily News. Miss Howell will give a dramatic Interpreta tion of "Monsieur Beauealre" at Li brary hall Friday night. Band Concert. The following program will be ren dered by the Italian band at Robinson park tomorrow night from 7:30 to 9:30: The Competitor March... J. C. Heed Mexican Polka A. Martinez Love's Spell (Three Step) Mazur ka E. Strauss All to the Good Medley Overture Mackle-Beyer A Night in Naples Waltz A La Guardia Love's Sentinel Serenade F. G .Ratbun Dixiland Descriptive v.Chauncey Haines The Stars and Stripes Forever.... Sousa PROF. RAMIREZ, DO YOU DRINK COFFEE? WE HAVE THE FAMOUS FERN DELL BRAND; HAVE IT PACKED IN SEVERAL BLENDS. OUR 2-LB. CAN MOCHA & JAVA, 85C. 1-LB. PACKAGE MOCHA & JAVA BLEND, 35C; 3 LBS. FOR $1.00. 1-LB. PACKAGE ALBION BLEND 25C. 1-LB. PACKAGE CREAM BLEND, 20C. WE GUARANTEE OUR COFFEE TO GIVE SATISFACTION OR YOUR MONEY REFUNDED. THE JAFFA GROCERY COMPANY. Jos. Badarracco is adding new bar fixtures for his summer garden and also for his Third street saloon, and will have both resorts ready for busi ness In a few days. REDUCTION SALE. All trimmed hats, street hats and shapes at cost prices at the Gilbert Millinery company, 119 West Gold avenue. o Tickets for "Monsieur Beauealre" on sale at Newcomer's. Matson's O'Reil ly's and Fox's. Fifty cents. THE MAZE. Spades and shovels 60c to $1.35 Rope, per pound 15c and 17c Screen doors $100 and $1.60 All patent medicines at reduced prices. Solid black oil cloth, per yard 30c Sun Bonnets 20c and 4"c Ladles' Undervests 7c to 25c We are making very low prices on glass fruit jars. Jelly Glasses, per dozen 45c Ralston Breakfast Oats 15c Ralston Breakfast Food 15c Good quality corn, per can 10c 10 lbs. Hominy Grits, for chickens. 2r.c Vermicelli, per package 10c THE MAZE. WM. KIEKE, Proprietor. FEW SPECIALS YOU SHOULD TAKE ADVANTAGE OF. 3 LB. CAN TOMATOES, REGULAR 15C GRADE, PER DOZ. CANS, $1.20; PER CASE, $7.35. 1-LB. CAN MACKEREL, REGULAR 2.r.C GRADE, PER CAN, 20C; PER DOZ., $2 25. 3 LB. CAN FURNDELL PEACHES. 20C GRADE, PER DOZ. CANS. $2.15. GOOD M. & J. COFFEE. WORTH 25C PER LB.; 5 LBS. FOR $100. TEAS, ANY 'VLAVOR, WORTH 75C, 60C PER LB. THE JAFFA GROCERY COMPANY. ened system. Mrs. Hoffman says: "For about four years I suffered from liver and kidney troubles and neuralgia of the stomach. My doctor could do nothing for me. My husband read about Palne's Celery Compound, one-half bottle I was able to be out of and bought some for me. After using ted. I need two bottles and can now do my own housework. Palne's Cel ery Compound Is the best medicine In the world, and I recommend It to ail sufferers. Had it not been for Palne's Celery Compound, I would have been in my grave long ago." O 9Q 9S 9Q 9 0 0 t O t Q 9Q 9 Q 95 fi 5 PREJUDICED Against Ready to Vrear Clothes Then you haven't seen the Summer Suits we are showing this season. Examine cloth, cut, fit, seams, lining, tailoring in general, com pare them with the suits of a high priced custom tailor and your prejudice will vanish. SUMMER SUITS PRICE RANGE Q10 to 02O MIGHT AS WELL BUY NOW I Binmom T h e Railroad Avenue Clothier Bids for Privileges. Parties desiring to bid for special privileges on the fair grounds during the Central Labor union's mammoth celebration, July 4th and 5th, are noti fied to present their bids to S. C. Berry not later than June 20th. No bids tor gambling privileges will be considered, as this class of amusement will be ab solutely prohibited. n Boarding by the week during the dull summer months, $3.50 to $1.50, strictly In advance, at the Chicago Restaurant, Railroad avenue. Chocolate and Vanilla Ice cream, pineapple sherbert and all flavors of fruit sundaes today. Delaney's, Bell 'phone 98. Fresh cream mint wafers today. De laney's. o Every member of the St. John's Guild is requested to be present at a meeting at the Rectory Wednesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Business of Importance to be transacted. o jh)R8 clipped and work done. I-eave orders at 21tiM North Third street. The Whltson Music company has one price on their pianos, will not ask you more than value of piano. When a salesman asks you $400 for a piano then takes $30 he confesses a willing' ness to get $100 too much, provided the customer Is not Informed. o PICNICKERS Attention. Why not go to D. Well ler & Co. for your nlcknacks when get ting ready for an outing? Everything fresh. The Gold Avenue Grocers, o Subscribe for The Dally Citizen. Dffl' Early Risers The famous tattle pills. R J. POST & GO. HARDWARE Kyffhauser Bottled Beer Brewed from Selected Grain. Bottled at Brewery. a. vann & son Highest Quality of Goods Lowest Possible Prices "THE PEOPLE'S DRUG STORE" near post or r ICE ROSen field 107 South Second St. Money Loaned tin all kinds of Personal Property. Big Bargains in unredeemed pledges. Business st rictly confidential Leading pawnbroker in the city. 107 south second J. C. BALDRIDGE Native and Chicago Lumber. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT CoversBUILDINQ PAPER Always In StocK. Morel Looks Bestl Wears Longest! Sash, Doors, Blinds, Plaster, Lint), Most Economical! Full Measurel Cement, Glass, Paint etc. First Street and Lead Avenue. Albuquerque. '! ri STARRKTTS. N flt V" -Ml Albuquerque Hardware Company 120 Wr? Best Grades.. Cctton add Rubber Carden Hose Hose Nozzles Lawn flowers Lawn Rakes A COflPLETE LINE OF GARDkN TOOLS. FERD HEIM BEER This celebrated beer Is brewed from the choicest barley and hops, thor oughly aged and is the heighth of per fection in the brewers' art Drink Helm's and you will be drinking the best. Fred Whittemore & Co., Agents, Albuquerque, N. M. I U ALBUQUERQUE We also do all kinds of Watch and Jewelry repairing at reasonable prices. Work guaranteed. Hailroad watches and French clock repairing a specialty. Eye Glasses fitted scientifically by a graduated optician. st. Rosenfield Have You Seen That Case of Fine Mechanical Tools in Our Window We Also Carry a Larg Stock ol Carpenters' Tools and te Builders' Hardware COLD AVENUE.