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THE ALBUQUERQUE DAILY CITIZEN, TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 30, 1003.
i -I i I i Porosis Shoes Four Women Women do not admire the Sorosis shoes on ac count of their dainty shape, but because they fit fit so comfortably that walking is enjoyable. Some have an idea that the price is high, it is not. They last-last so long that one pair will prove the economy over all high class shoes. ALL STYLES SELL AT S3.50 LOCAL PARAGRAPHS STYLE 1 Black Kid; medium sole; cain toe, STYLE 3- Black Kid; medium heavy sole; round toe. STYLE 9 Black Kid; extension sole;' wide toe. STYLE 21 Cloth top; light turn sole; cain toe. 00 O0"00-0 -!-J J VV1 'fit v5 COLUMBIA'S CHOICE, he 7 and the bent the world ran give In gro cery supplies, can always be bad at our store. If you will celebrate the Fourth of July at home, or In any other way, you will And a large and select stock of the lest of good things to eat await ing your pleasure at TROTTER'S. F F TFOTTEB Successor to J. L. Bell & Co. .Nos. 118 and 120 South Second St 0. W. STRONG'S SONS, UNDERTAKERS License 68, Colorado State Hoard of Health, Prompt and Careful Service OFFICE, CHAPEL AND PARLORS 201-211 North Second St BOTH PHONES. 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 16. o NOTICE. Lemp's Standard Beer at the North Pole Saloon only. Chat. Kepler, pro prietor; near postofflce. 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 goods. T. A. WHITTEN, 114 Gold avenue. Large assortment of FIRE WORKS the best made at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Outside orders solicited. Who said anything about 11 reworks? 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 & Co.. the Gold avenue grocers. They can fli your's up. Everything to eat. always fresh; call and give us a trial, o Fresh Cut Flowers, IVES, THE FLORIST Pineapple, chocolate and Vanilla Ice cream and cherry sherbet. Delaney's Bell 'phone 98. A BARGAIN. For sale A good piano; almost new; a "Sterling"; also some house hold furniture. Apply at 318 West 8tlver avenue. If you want a gool piano now Is your time to buy; cheap for cash. Call any day between 10 and 4. Dq 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 bad 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? We have Just received a new ship ment of Spring Heel Slippers And Ox fords, and prices are very reasonable, at C. May's Popular Priced Shce Store, 108 West Railroad avenue. FIRE WORKS! FIRE WORKS! I at O. A. Matson & Co.'s. Leave your orders. FIRE WORKS! We have received a large assort ment of FIRb WORKS of all kinds and sizes for Fourth of July celebra tions. Write oi' see us. O. A. MATSON & CO. rCMONEYIOLOAN On diamonds, watcbes or any good security. Great bargains In watches of every description. A. H. YANOW, 105 South Second street, a few doors south of Railroad avenue. Mrs. H. O. Strong anil babies leave tonight for Long Hach, Cal., where they will remain until September. Train New: No. 1 from the eaHt Is reported three hours late; No. from the wente will reach here about 8:35; No. 7 from the east about forty five minutes late; No. 2 In the morning rported on time. The El Paso train leaves that cl'.y several hours earlier until the washouts are repaired, hence It Is reported on time tomorrow morn ing. A. J. Sampson, the Rocky Ford sugar beet man, was here this morning. Ho had been down to El Paso and was returninlg home with nearly a hundred natives to work In the beet fields. Mr Sampson says the Indian boys who went from this city are getting along nicely. Her man Swlter, the well known manager of the Harvey museum and curio rooms, will leave tonight for New York City, where he will sail for Germany. He expects to be away for some time, and will return in the fall Manager Swltor lias many friends who wish him bon voyage across the big pond. The ladies .f the German church will hold their morthly meeting at the home of Mrs.Grundman tomorrow af ternoon. Al lahould be present. Miss Emma Rudolph has returned home from a visit to Los Angeles, where she has been visiting relatives She Is now at her old place at the Golden Rule. On the church grounds, at the Lead Avenue Methodis t church, an Ice cream social will be held tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Miss Irene Saint, daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Saint, is scheduled to leave tonight for southern California Julius Wolff, the general merchant of Cabezon, Is in the city, and was no ticed around among local wholesale merchants today. Eldrldge H. Booth of Chihuahua, Meico. Is in the city to attend the mar riage of bis brother, E. S, Booth, to Miss Katherlne Wilson, which will oc cur at the residence of T. Y. Maynard this evening. Montague Stevens, the Socorro coun ty ranchman and stock raiser, who has been here tho past few days visiting Mrs. Stevens, will go south to his ranges tonight. He expects to return to the city in a few days. The mother and sister of Chas. L. Fiinn, of WlnBlow, were here yester day visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Dell. They have been out on a visit to Mr. FITnn at Winslow and on the Pacific coast, and continued on to their home at Pittsburg, Pa., this morning. John Flnley, Jr., and family, well to do people of Cos Angeles, passed through the city this morning, en route to Elmira, N. Y., where they will spend a couple of months with relatives and friends. Mrs. Ixwe, a particular friend, met the party at the depot, and had a pleasant hours chat with Mr. and Mrs. finley. Deputy Sheriff Newcomer was at Isleta yesterday, and arrested Louis Abeltia, charged with being one of the murderers of Magdalena Montoya at Ibleta the other day. Louis Abeltia Is now in the county jail. Barber Shops Will Close. On Friday evening, July 3, all barber shops will keep open until 10 p. m., and on July 4 and 6 will be open from 7 a. m. to 11 a. m.. both days, and no work will be done outside of theBe hours. R. S. CRONE, President. J. M. HIPSHER. Secretary, I. B. U. of A. AT THE NO NAME STORE. 4 bail croquet 85c Six spools machine thread 25c Fruit jar rubbers, doz 05c Tanglefoot fly paper, 2 double sheets 05c Window Bha.les 35c, 40c 50c Fruit Jars at bottom prices. Boys, we have a good Biipply of fire works; all new goods. At the No Name Store. We have a nice line of cool shoes to make your feet romfortable during this hot weather. Canvas shoes, ten uis shoes, oxfords and house slippers. Step in and have a look at them and you will be surprised at their low prices. C. Mays Popular-Priced Shoe Store, 208 West Railroad avenue. Everything points to an advance on diamonds this fall; better buy now; they will never be cheaper. EVER ITT, "The Diamond Palace," Railroad avenue. NEWCOMERS FIREWORKS all went off last year. New stock. Same brand this year. o - Headquarters for diamonds and dia mond jewelry. EVERITT, "The Dia mond Palace," Railroad avenue. FIREWORKS. for noise, price and size go to Newcomer. BECKER BRAU. The celebrated John Becker Brau ran now be purchased from the French bakery. Leave orders at No. 213 West Railroad avenue, and delivery will be prompt. OTTO BERGER. Reliable Goods at Money Saving Prices. Adjustible window awnings $2.C5 Folding wire cots 2.00 Wagon Jacks '. 1.85 Cherry stoners..., 60c Meat choppers. . . .. .$1.35, $1.50, $1.90 A full line of fruit Jars, jelly glasses, paraflne, etc. Two half-gallon milk crocks 25c One gallon stone Jars 15c Fellows Comp. Tyr. Hypo Phos..$1.35 Mennnn'a Talcum powripr 20c One doz. Seidlitz powders 30c Porous plasters 15c Hall's Hair Renewer 90c Horllck's malted milk, 45c, 90c. $3.75 Ralston's breakfast foods 15c Two doz. fresh Kansas eggs 35c Native dried apples 05c Lleblg process extract of beef.... 30c Finest imported macaroni 18c THE MAZE, Wm. Kleke, Phoprietor. NOW FOR THE WHOLE OF THIS WEEK HERE IS AN UNPARALLEO FOURTH OF JULY OPPORTUNITY A decidedly remarkable opportunity, for it makes things lively for us during the weekand lively for you on the Great Day. Beginning Monday, June 29, until Saturday, July 4th We Will Give Absolutely Free F f worth of Fire works with f I ff Til PI Q every Boys' Suit pur- VI UU UIO chased from us or I (J) I I U U orth of Fireworks with every sale amounting to $10.00 or over No two ways about it you buy any Boys Suits, or any goods to the amount of $10.00, and we give you, respectively, 50c or $1 worth of any kind of Fireworks n Further Inducements for Independence Week are the BOOMING BARGAINS In the Men's Suit Early this season we advertised the largest and most complete l.ne of Popular-Pi iced Men's Suits ever brought to the Southwest. Well! Up-to-Date Clothing and Big Vai.UI-.s did the business. We have had the most successful Spring Season in our history sold more suits than we ever did before. But there are lots of suits still unsold the plums are not AM. picked. And so to make things lively we are pre pared for the week of the Glorious Fourth with extra big suits values that shoot out Dollar-Saving sparks worth catching. Here's the Way the Sparks Fly: Suits that sold up to SI 8 Independence Week SIS.OO Suite that mold up to SIS.... Independence Week SI 2. SO Suite that sold up to SI 2 Independence Week SIO.OO Outing Suite that mold up to StO Independence Week s 8. SO Outing Suite that sold up to S8 Independence Week $ 6. SO Outing Suit that moid up to me. bo Independence Week S S.SO The Railroad Avenue Clothier PICNICKERS Attention Why not go to D. Well ler & Co. fc your nlcknacks when get ting ready for an outing? Everything fresh. The Gold Avenue Grocers, o The Whitson Music company baa 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 $100 too much, provided the customer Is not Informed. " you irinr to know what tylih men will wear tlin Sein, ak to tee Stein lllot h nobby clotht." Shirt Waists for Men Our Flower Contest. You will remember that some time rgo we announced that we would give a large bottle of the famous and de licious California sweet pea perfume to the lady presenting the largest bou quet of sweet peas at our store, grown from the seed furnished by us. That was some time ago. and sweet peas are now In full blossom. So the lady who presents the largest and finest bouquet of sweet peas at our store, tomorrow, July 1, grown from the seed furnished by us,, will be awarded the prize. Remember the date, Wednes day. July 1. J. H. O'REILLY & CO. NOTICE. All those who hold bills for work performed on the Alameda ditch or on north Fourth street or tor material fur nished are requested to present same to County Commissioner T. C. Gutter- res, this city, not later than Thurs oay, July 2. C. F. MYERS, Mayor. R J. POST & CO. HARDWARE O We have a complete assortment in colors and white worth $1.50 to $2.50 which we are now closing out this A A Hfj week at only... y I iu U ZT. L. WASHBURN m , , ,.. M in m i . J.J Huslness la always quiet during the heated term. We are making extreme ly low prices on silverware, plated knives, forks, preparatory to ordering fall stock. EVERITT, Leading Jew eler. Railroad avenue. ICE. Manufactured from pure distilled water. Patronize the old reliable. The Crystal Ice company. Both 'phonea, C. A. HAWKS. Manager. o The Fourth of July Is to be celebrat ed In great style, but you cannot enjoy It unless your feet are comfortable, We have a large assortment of low and high shoes built for hot weather and prices are very reasonable, at C May's popular priced shoe store. 208 West Railroad avenue. Frozen punch banana, vanilla and nut creams. Delaney's, Dell 'phone 98. Best Grades.. Cotton add Rubber Carden Hose Hose Nozzles Lawn lowers Lawn Rakes COHPLETE LINE OF OARDfcN TOOLS. THE- SHUR ON STAYS ON NOT INVISIBLE BUT NEARLY SO 'THESE ARE FITTED BY" S. T. VANN, Doctor Of Optics OFFICE WITH JEWELERS and DRUGGISTS NEAR POST OFFICE - - ALBUQUERQUE, N. ht. Mauser Bottled Beer Brewed from Selected Grain. Bottled at Brewery. FERD HEIM BEER This celebrated beer la brewed from the choicest barley and hope, thor oughly aged and is the heighth of per fection In the brewers' art. Drink Helm's and you will be drinking the beet. Fred Whittemore & Co., Agents, Albuquerque, N. M. Money Loaned On Diamonds The safest place to leave your Diamonds, Watches and all kinds of fine Jewelry is with Rosenfield's. We have the most modern Burglar-prooi safe in New Mexico. Business Strictly Confidential. Fine Watch and Jewelry Repairing RosenfieldeS 107 8. SECOND 8TREET ...WHITE FRONT... Have You Seen That Case of Fine Mechanical Tools in Our Window We Al) Carry a Larg Stock ot ' Parnpnters' Tnnls ' JPS kw,".' . f W. r i j I I I ii tfuiiaers naruwaru Albuquerque Hardware Company 120 VYtkT GOLD AVENUE. 7 J