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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 25, 1003.
8 0 0 Children's Slippers and Oxfords Light, Cool, Pretty, Well- Wearing Black Dongola Slippers 8 to 11- 1.25 lHto 2- 1.35 2tofl-Tf.5 Black Kid Slippers to P-91.25 Pi to U-91.40 111 to2-S1.60 21 to 0-$2.OO ?? Kid Slippers 5 to 8-5f. OO 8i to ll-. 2q Uito 2-91.35 Black Dongola Oxfords SI lo 11-91.25 Hi to 2-91.45 ' 2i to 6-75 FOR PICNIC PARTIES AND CAMPERS we are particularly well prepared with many sorts of canned and bottled goods, easily carried and takeng up lit tle room potted meats and poultry, biscoults, olves, breakfast foods, con densed milk and relishes. Let us know your needs and pack your baskets and hampers for you. NOTED COWGIRL Visitor in Duke City-She Expects to Ride at Territorial Fair. ENJOYS BRONCO RIDING. J MIbs Blanche Dunbar, a good looking fclrl of seventeen summers. Is a visitor In the Duke city for a few days. Miss Dunbar's occupation Is that of she liked It, too. "Its better than be ing In a kitchen," she said, "and you know outdoor life Is healthy." "I came on with George King from cowgirl and the Is said to be a cracker. jack in this line of business. She hails from Holbrook, Ariz., where she works with the cowboys on a ranch. When seen this afternoon she said she had been following the business ever since she was six years old ami Arizona the other day with some horses that w.re going to Kansas, and when I got here tbey refused to give me a pass because I wasn't a boy, so I'm staying here awaiting Mr. King's return. In the fall I'm going to the territorial fair and will ride If there Is sufficient Inducement. I shall be ac companied here by Dick GribBy, of Pinto, Ariz. "I was born in Denver, and have been an orphan ever Bince I was a year old, and have lived in Arizona for six teen years." Miss Dunbar wears the cowboy hat and her hair Is cut short. She looks the picture of health and says: "I wouldn't give up this kind of life for a palace and I'm right at home In the saddle, too." F F. TROTTER Successor to J. L. Bell A Co. .Nos. 118 and 120 South Second St 0, W. STRONG'S SONS, UNDERTAKERS License 68, Colorado State Board of Health, . Prompt and Careful Sfirvioe OFFICE, CHAPEL AND PARLORS 201-211 North Second St. ' BOTH PHONES. MONEY TO LOAN On diamonds, watches, etc., or any good security; also household goods tored with me; strictly confidential. Highest cash price paid for household foods.' T. A. WHITTEN, 114 Gold avenue. WOMAN'S EXCHANGE Has moved to the corner of Fourth and j Railroad avenue, where we are now prepared to furnish home made bread, I cakes, pies, etc., of the best quality at j reasonable prices. Give us a trial and satisfy yourselves. I WOMAN'S EXCHANGE, Corner of Fourth street and Railroad avenue. Phone A 16. NOTICE. Lemp's Standard Beer at the North Pole Saloon only. Chas. Kepler, pro prietor; near postoffice. Large assortment of FIRE WORKS the best made at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Outside orders solicited. Who said anything about fireworks? Well, we have them; all sorts, at the No Name store. YOU PEOPLE WHO EAT. Attention! If your appetite is on a strike call on D. Welller ft Co.. the Gold avenue grocers. They can fix your's up. Everything to eat, always fresh; call and give us a trial. Frean Cut Flowers, IVES, THE FLORIST Pineapple, chocolate and Vanilla Ice cream and cherry sherbet. Delaney's Bell 'phone 98. Do you remember how proud you felt In your childhood when you put on a new pair of slippers, especially when they were the kind that had some bows? It Is just the same today with your children. They will get the same amount of pleasure. Isn't money giv ing so much satisfaction well Invested T We have lust received a new ship ment of Spring Heel Slippers and Ox fords, and prices are very reasonable, at C. May's Popular Priced Shoe Store, 108 West Railroad avenue. A BARGAIN. For sale A good piano; almost new; a "Sterling"; also some house hold furniture. Apply at 818 West Sliver avenue. If you want a good piano now Is your time to buy; cheap for cash. Call any day between 10 and 4. FIRE WORKS'. FIRE WORKS! 1 at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Leave your orders. FIRE WORKS! We have received a large assort ment of FIRBi WORKS of all kinds and sizes for Fourth of July celebra tions. Write or see us. O. A. MATSON & CO. rM0NEY10L0AN On diamonds, watches or any good security. Great bargains in watches of every description. A. H. YANOW, inn South Second street, a few doors south of Railroad avenue. . -.II . !.!.. moL sl " you want to know what $tynn men win wear o, ... . ie Stein Block nobby cloths? KEEP COOL A Blue Serge Suit With a Negligee Shirt With a Puerto Rican Hat With a Low Oxford Shoe WE ARE HEADQUARTERS TOR KEEP COOL GOODS E. L. WASHBURN LOCAL PARAGRAPHS Ben Welller Is at home for a few days. , Mrs. Kitty Brady, of San Francisco, Is In the city. A. J. Loomls, deputy internal reve nue collector of New Mexico, Is In the city. The night fireworks for the Central Lalor union celebration have arriv ed. Don't forget to attend the poetical social at the Presbyterian church Fri day evening. Max G. Fitch, Moss McMillan and M. K. McMillan, all from Socorro, are In the city today. William White, W. F. Hetzler, B. E. Howe and J. A. Ross, all from the Meadow Jlty are here today. Mrs.Malel Stevens-Hlmoe will leave tonight for Long Beach, California, where she will spend the summer. Mrs. F. L. Myers, who has been spending several weeks In Wichita, Kansas, has returned to her home. The young ladles class of the Pres byterian church will give a poetical social at the church Friday evening. I. S. Hoffman, of Mansfield, Ohio, left yesterday for Chicago. He has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Carter. Miss Anna Shaleen and Mrs. Harry Eshelman, of St. Paul, Minn., are in the Duke city, the guests of Mrs. John Welnzlrl. Misses Rosa Harsch and Helen Finch will leave this evening for Coy ote Bprings, where they will rusticate for a few days. Sheriff Houck, rom Navajo county, Arizona, was her - last evening. He was looking for a horse thief. He went up to Santa Fe last night. The Bachelors entertained at Or chestrion hall last evening by giving an informal dance In honor of Mrs Mrs. Mabel Stevens-Himoe. Hall & Learnard, the music dealers are giving away a small book which tells of how Jim Thomson first heard the Cecillan. It is all right. W. D. Vaughn left last evening for a week's outing in the Manzano moun talus. Mr. Vaughn Is the genial clerk in the Hyde Exploring store. Hon. Amado Chaves and son, of San ta Fe, are In the city for a few days J. W. Akera and wife, of Santa Fe, are In the city for a few days. Miss Phoebe B. Elwell left this mor ning on the California limited for Los Angeles. She will siend a couple of months at various coast resorts. The wife and children of Mrs. Hay- good arrived last night from Sioux City, Iowa. Mr. Haygood Is the clerk at the Albuquerque Indian school. Andraes Trujillo, residing on South Second street, was presented this mor ning with twin boys by his wife. Moth er and children reported getting along uicely. A notice In The Citizen yesterday afternoon stated that Mrs. I. B. Close and sinter would leave today for Dem ing. The item, In the main facts, was correct, but Instead of "Demlng" It should have read "Denver." The In telligent linotype operator has an Idea that Demlng will soon be a Denver, hence he thought changing "ver" Into ing" would make no difference to the Indies. It Is said that some live, energetic man or woman could make It win by starting a lodging and lxardlng house at Morlarlty junction on the Santa Fe Central. Frank Palmer, Willie and Alfred Mc Clellan returned last evening. They have been spending the past two weeks on the Pecos fishing and enjoy ing life. Mrs. M. A. Blgrlow, who secured the most votes In the St. Joseph's sanitar ium bazaar horse raffle held some months ago, waa given a check for $10 yesterday. No police court this morning. Invitations are out for the wedding of Miss Rosela C. Romero and Mr. Ubaldo I. Sanchez, both of Peralta, on July 6. Yesterday was St. John's day throughout New Mexico, and regard less of high waters and rains It was celebrated In almost every hamlet. The heads of many roosters and chick ens were wrung yesterday. The members of the Central high school graduating class entertained Misses Wincheck, Tlerney and Gatlin at Aca-demy hall yesterday afternoon. These young ladies graduated from St. Vincent's academy on Tuesday even ing. Simon and Solomon Blbo, two well known general merchants and Indian traders, are In the city from Grants, Valencia county. The gentlemen are here to consult the wool market, anJ today was noticed around among local buyers. Joslah Zanonie, who conducts a small grocery store and saloon on South Second street, celebrated St. John's day last night by giving a sup per to a numler of his friends. Those who partook of the hospitality of Mr. Zanonie had a fine time, and all say that he knows how to entertain. K. A. Fullinwider, who will install a lowIlng alley In the Arniijo building on West Railroad avenue, has return ed from a few days' stay at Raton. His to He Who is Cooi Laughs Best Get Into One of Cur Feather weight Suits and Laugh No use trying to enjoy this fine tummer weather In your last winter's suits It's Impossible. si Now Here are Summer Suits, 3 Coats and Pants V unline, made of the lightest f materials possible, and selling at prices ridiculously low, which j have a coolness and comfort j about them which makes them j Ideal. We can fit you, too. j Crashes-Serges -Homespuns $6.50 to $10.00 I n inflow Stern bowling alley equipment, which was 2 for thirty days in the flooded district of Kansas, has arrived and the new alley will be In operation before many days. Andrew Anson has returned from Silver City. He has been down there for the purpose of bidding on con tracts which will le let for the Im provement of the government mili tary sanitarium at Fort Bayard. Mr. Anson is a memler of the firm of An son & Holman. George Young, the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. James Young, died this morn Ing at their heme, on South Second street, of Infantile trouble. The fu neral services will be held tomorrow morning from the Immaculate Con ception church. Burial will be made at Santa Barbara cemetery. The Very Rev. A. M. Mandalari will preside. The New Mexican says: The follow ing real estate transfer is reported by the prolate clerk and ex-ofllclo record er of this county: J. T. Mclaughlin to G. L. Brooks and W. S. Strlckler, of Albuquerque, one-fourth undivided In terest in the Old Timer, a placer min ing claim in the New Placers Mining district; consideration $1. Several of the merchants of the city have donated prizes for the events to take place on the Fourth of July during the mammoth celebration of the Central I.alor union at the fair grounds. The entries are numerous and the prizes will be worth winning. They will be placed on exhibition in the stores donating them. 2 The R a II roa d Avenue Clothier Our usual supply of fresh Fish Is due to arrive Friday morning and will consist of a nice variety. Place your orders early to secure the best selections. SAN JOSE MARKET, o For Sale. L have some wagons, stock, etc., for sale. If you are looking for a good thing, have a talk with me. F. McSPADDEN. Frozen punch banana, vanilla and nut creams. Delaney's, Bell 'phone 98. o Tomorrow (Friday) at 2 p. m. Rev. Seattle's household effects will be sold at auction at 115 South Walter street. Everything will be found there adapt ed to use In kitchen or parlor. m KET. SE SEDGWICK Creamery butter- There will be some unique features at the Beattie auction tomorrow after noon. CANTALOUPES. Will receive first shipment of these delicious little melons about the first of July. They will le of the Rocky Ford variety and as fine as is grown any where. SAN JOSE MARKET. AUCTION! AUCTION!! Wanted. Boy to deliver packages around town and help around the store. Apply at Simon Stern's, Railroad avenue. FRESHFRUIT. STRAWBERRIES PEACHES I XKr AN BERRIES APRICOTS BLACKBERRIES CHERRIES RASPBERRIES PINEAPPLES CURRANTS ORANGES and BANANAS FOR SATURDAY SAN JOSE MARKET. See in another column notice of Dev. Beattie's auctlou tomorrow after noon at 2 o'clock. WATERMELONS. First shipment of the season is due to arrive on Monday, the 29th. They will be first class. SAN JOSE MARKET, The household goods of Rev. T. C. Beattie will be sold at auction at 115 South Walter street on Friday of this week, June 26, at 2 p. m. Everything will be found there necewary to the complete furnishing of a well appoint ed home dishes, cooking uteriSlls, wash tubs, Acorn steel range, kitchen cabinets, refrigerator, fruit cans, two hard coal base burners, one wood stove, chairs, kitchen, dining room and parlor, garden tools, wheelbarrow, couch, sideboard, writing desk, flower stand, dummy letter, two wicker lottes, piano, brass piano chair, parlor tete, lace curtains, shades, two oak bedroom sets, book shelves, wardrobe, twenty rugs, carpets, lamps of all kinds, hang ing, banquet, etc., bedding, blankets, etc., porch chairs, bric-a-brac pictures and other articles too numerous to mention. Notice. There will be a ten cent social at Orchestrion hall, Friday evening, June 2G, for the Wnefit of the Woman's r.o lief Corps. A cordial Invitation Is ex tended to all, especially the members of O. K. Warren post, Spanish War Veterans and Albuquerque guards. Jennie Klrkland, Kate Rawlins, Jura I.ane, Dottle Lane, Iam Warner, Norah Werner. Helen Hogan, Stasia Hogan, Alice Rutherford and 8adie Strain, committee on entertainment. ICE. Manufactured from pure distilled water. Patronize the old reliable, The Crystal Ice company. Both 'phones. C. A. HAWKS, Manager. o Boys, we have fireworks. No old stock; all new goods, nothing old. At the No Name store. 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 $300 he confesses a willing ness to get 8100 too much, provided the customer Is not Informed. 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. E. L POST & CO. HARDWARE Cotton add Rubber Carden Hose I Hi I A Best Grades.. IO I asnsaSSBSBBBaSMSaSBMSBBBBMSl Hose Nozzles Lawn flowers Lawn Rakes A COHPLETE LINE OF GARDIN TOOLS. Kvffhauser Bottled Beer Brewed from Selected Grain. Bottled at Brewery. FERD HEIH1 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. TIME -TO- PAUSE Diseases of the EYE once contracted, are hard to cure. Your safety lies in prevention. My correctly fitted glasses furnish it. Over BOO Reference Throughout tho Southweet. VANN of Optics ...OFFICE WITH... JEWELERS and DRUGGISTS NEAR POST OFFICE - - ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Rosenfield 107 south second st. Money Loaned on all kinds of Personal Property. Bltr Bargains In unredeemed pledges. Business strictly confidential Leading pawnbroker in the city. We also do all kinds of Watch and Jewelry repairing at reasonable prices. Work guaranteed. Ilailroad watches and French clock repairing a specialty. Eye Glasses fitted scientifically by a graduated optician. 107 south second st. Rosenffeld J. C. BAL.DRIDGE Native and Chicago Lumber. SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT CoversBUILDING PAPER Always In Stocc Morel Looks Best! Wears Longest! Sash, Doors, Blinds, Plaster, Lints, Most Economical I Full Measure I Cement, Glass, Paint, etc. First Street and Lead Avenue. Albuquerque. Mil ' " .' v r r r-u Mm: Have You Seen That Case of Fine Mechanical Tools in Our Window We Also Carry a Larg Stock oi ' f!arnp.nters' Tools Jk and 7 rhi"Z Guilders' Hardware Albuquerque Hardware Company 120 WT 'COLD AVENUE.