ALBUOUEHOUE EVENING CITIZEN
SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1906.
314 WEST RAILROAD AYE
Some Shoe Sense
Every shoe Is advert ined to bo the liest and cheapest. It Is so easy to
claim everything. Our message to you is thai ours is a dependable Shoe
store where exact and even Justice Is done to every customer. We do
not perform miracles or sell $".00 shoes for $1.99, but we do carry a com
plete stock and give good service tj everybody. Take one chance on us
and w e we sure you will come again.
Men's Shoes from $1.75 to $4.00
Women's Shoes and Slippers $1.25 to $4.00
Shoes r.r Hoys and Girls '....$1.00 to $2.75
Shoes for BaMes 50 to $1.25
are oelng constantly received, which
sures our customers receiving per-
tfeifi&Wtfai Pertly fresh articles. We handle only
-w ! t - ' .'1 tlie best and moat reliable brands of
" Jt!3fi! every kn(' ' f00 products, and sell
them at ted-rock prices.
F. F. TROTTER
i:: '10CHfliA ' Nob. 118 and 120 South Second St
Geo. W. Hickox
T. Y. Maynard
The Hickox -Maynard Go.
NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS
IT IS THE PLACE TO FIND EVERYTHING THE NICEST AND
THE BEST. OUR WATCH REPAIRING AND OPTICAL DE
PARTMENTS IN CHARGE OF MEN OF HIGHEST QUALIFICA
TIONS. SPECIAL ATTENTION TO ORDERS BY MAIL, AND
The Arch Front
South Second Street
. . . just in . . :
The finest candy made at any price; absolutely pure; always fresh,
healthy and wholesome. Chocolates and bon-bons, the purest of the
J, H. 0R1ELLY CO, Druggists
DAY AND WEATHER.
Fair and warmer tonight. Sunday,
partly cloudy and wi mer.
Sun rose 6:29 and aet 5:56, giving
a flay of n hours ar.d 27 minutes,
The moon will rite in the morning at
12:51. The last day of the week, Sat
urday, waa nanled for the Roman god
Saturnua, at waa also the planet Sat
urn. On this ay in 1817, the terrl
tory of Alabama was organized, to be
admitted to statehood only two years
and nine months thereafter. On this
same day in 1845 Florida was ad
mitted to statehood. There was but
little wind, today, and the tempera
ture was much warmer than yester
REPORT OF TRAINS.
The 4 o'clock report of the Santa
Fe passenger trains is as follows:
No. 3 At 4:20 p. ni.
No. 1 At 9:30 p. m.
First No. 7 At 11 p. m.
Second No. 7 At 11:1a p. in.
No. 9 At 1 a. in.
No. ft On time.
No. 4 On time.
Don't Forget to Use
FAMOUS GOLD COIN FLOUR.
Best and Cheapest.
Cement and Rex Flintkote
Roofing. Mail Orders promptly Filled.
ALBUQUERQUE LUMBER CO.
First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware. We Invite
your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL.
Walter (roelie Is in the city from
Judge I. II. McMlllen, of Socorro.
Is registered at the Alvarado.
Colonel W. S. Hopewell wa a pas
senger for Santa Fe this morning.
This evening, by express, there will
arrive here, from Denver, a fine driv
ing horse for W. M. Moore. i
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Huckel, of the
Harvey curio and news department,
arrived frjm the east this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. George h. Brooks are
now at Chicago. They are scheduled
to return to the city the last of next
C. J. Crandell, miperlntendent of
the Santa Fe Indian school, Is in the
city on business pertaining to Bchcoi
Patrick Trncv was found guilty In
police court this morning and fined
. Tracy was charged with intoxi
A base ball game is In progress at
Traction Park this afternoon, between
the city high school team and a team
from the Indian school.
David Farr, the cattleman, left this
morning for his home at Magdalena,
after a visit in the city with his
brothers, William and David.
W. Y. Walton, Roderick Stover,
Harry Benjamin and George Thomas
formed a party of hunters who left
this morning for ducks at Sabina'..
R. E. Yontz, the popular Jeweler I
and watch repairer of Gallup, after
a day's stay In the territorial me
tropolis, returned to Gallup last
Ellsworth Ingalls, special attorney
In New Mexico from the department
of justice. Washington, D. C, went to
Sun Marcial this morning on official
Mrs. RoUtrt Taylor left this morn
ing for her home at Estancla, after a
pleasant visit in the ct;y with her sis
ter, Mrs. F. H. Romero, of the Grand
If the weather conditions are favor
able, tomorrow, Sheriff Perfecto Ar
niij:, who has lieen seriously ill with
pneumonia, will be discharged from
the St. Joseph sanitarium.
.loo Padilla, saloon keeper and dep
uty sheriff In the Zunl woods, left
today for that locality, after turning
over tns prisoner, Victor Tellos, to
Sheriff Baca, of Valencia county.
Tomorrow tho First Regiment band
will give a free conceit in the Casino
building, at Traction Park, following
the usual custom established some
time ago, of giving regular Sunday
Mrs. Frank W. Parker came up from
I.as Cruces this morning to meet Judge
Frank Parker, who came down from
Santa Fe, where he had been attend
ing supreme court, as associate Jus
tice from the Third district.
The local wool scouring mill will
open next week for a two weeks' run
cleaning up the early clip. The mill
will then shut down until the mtddlp
of April, when the bulk of the New
Mexico clip will arrive to be cleaned.
The Phoenix dry goods store Is
closed today out of respect to the
memory of Samuel Schutz, who pass
ed away at El Paso last night at 6
o'clock. Mrs. B. Spitz, wife of one of
the proprietors of tho store, Is a.
daughter of the deceased.
George Leamard, of the firm of
Learnard & l.indemtinn, music deal
ers, was a passenger this morning on
delayed train No. 9 for San Marcial.
He was accompanied by Fred Fisher,
and they will do a little duck shoot
ing down the river valley tomorrow.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. LucUsinger. who
have been at Phoenix, during the
past couple of months, have returned
to the city, and will remain fo" RJU
time. Mr. Luckslnger is a great ad
mirer f liorseflesh. and while at
Phoenix h purchased a pacing filly,
with a fine record. The animal was
brought along with him. and he will
capture the blue ribbon In any kind of
a race against the animals owned by
Otto Merger and T. J. Shinnlek.
Claud Schliitt, who tins been as
sistant foreman of the local shops,
left this morning for his home ai Buf
falo, N. Y. The position of assistant
foreman has been abolished and
rather thau tnke some Inferior po
sition. Mr. Schlott returned to Ills
old home to seek a new field of labor.
Deputy United States Marshals W.
H. Forbes and George Kaseinan re
turned to the city this morning, the
former coming from Alamogonlo and
the latter from San Francisco, where
he took three Chinamen, a week ago,
for deportation. Mr. Forbes was serv
ing papers at Alamogordo.
Edward Ilarsch, of the Harsca Bot
tling works, left thls morning for
Floydetta. Texas, where he Is called
on land matters. Mr. Harsch nas a
forty mile drive across the country to
make on reaching Floydetta, and ex
pects to be absent from the city a
week or ten days.
In yesterday's Citizen It was stated
that W. Allison will soon erect a two
story, eight-room resilience at the
corner of West Silver avenue and
Seventh street. The residence will
be buib. it Is true, but by Hugh
Allison, and The Citizen understands
that when completed it will be one of
the nicest In the Third ward.
The Dixie Carnival company, who
have been "showing" here the past
two weeks, leave tomorrow for a
week's sjand at Santa Fe. Mr.
Thompson, the manager, states that
the showa .wer very well patron
ized during their stay here, with the
exception of the past two or three
days, during which the cold, windy
weather kept, people away.
Charles T. Russell, who has been
here the past three months, visiting
hiH sister, Mrs. Posey, will leave to
night for Seattle, Wash., and on June
1st, or rather the fffst steamer leav
ing that city for Aluska, Mr. Russell
will take passage for Nome, where
ho Is Interested in mining. The gen
tleman has many friends here, who
hope he will strike It rich in Alaska,
and return before tho end of 1900 a
Cases filed with the district clerk
today are entitled: Alonzo B. Mc
Mlllen and Levi R. Thompson vs. the
Santa Fe Railroad company. The
plaintiff prays that the court decree
against an adverse claim made by the
railroad company to a plot of ground
It the junction of Carroll avenue and
the Santa Fe tracks. Totl & Gradl
vs. M. Gargoura is the other case.
The defendant in this nctlon has con
Black Cat Stockings look nicer,
fit better and above all wear longer
than any other brand. This has been
proven by years of practical demon
stration. All sizes for men. women
and children from 15c to BOe, at C.
May's Shoe Store. 314 West Rail
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
WANTED One or two riding ponies.
State price and where same can bo
seen. Address "Jones," P. O. box
Notice to Property Owners.
The law makes it the duty of every
person, firm or corporation owning
or having any Interest In real estate
or other property on the first day of
March, to see that such property is
properly listed for taxation on the
assessment rolls. "Property returns
are now being received : ' the as
sessor's office. In the court house.
GEO. F. ALBRIGHT,
Chicken dinner at . the Columbus,
FOR GOOD. 8TRONG CANS AT
LOWEST PRICES PHONE OR CALL
ON ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE
Chicken and dumplings at the Co
lumbus for Sunday dinner.
TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLO
Association Off let
ROSENFIELD'S. 118 W. R. R. Ave.
DONT FORGET THE ' REGULAR
DINNER AT THE ZEIGER RES
TAURANT TOMORROW, FROM
NOON TILL 3 P. M.
V J. W. Masters,
HOME SUPPLY CO.
118 Gold Ave.
Fine Saturday night lunch, free to
all patrons, at the White Elephant to
night. , .,
"ARNOLDS BEST" HIGH PATENT
FLOUR MAKES TEETH, BONE AND
r7 SPRING I
m0 HATS V;. y
HO NME MAT MFSCO a w . mm. mi B t
One of the best Saturday free
lunches at the White Elephant this
evening. All Invited.
Don't fail to hear Dr. J. H. Garri
son, Sunday, March 4th, at the open
ing of the New Christian church.
Gold and Broadway. He is one of the
most progressive religious thinkers in
America and an eloquent speaker.
TOE GUM, AT RUPPE'S.
t " .... I
-IS A- 0
. . . THE CELEBRATED . . .
ttettim Special Besrfby
IS NOW ON SALE REMEMBER WE ARE THE EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS OF THIS HAT WHICH
EXCELLS ALL-OTHERS IN STYLE, FINISH AND LIGHTNESS PRICE $5.00. ALL THE LATEST
NOVELTIES IN NEW SOFT HATS FOR SPRING, $2.50 to $4.00.
GOLD COIN FLOUR
THIS FLOUR HAS BEEN SOLD
FOR TWENTY YEARS IN ALBU
QUERQUE AND IS THE BEST SOFT
WHEAT FLOUR ON THE MARKET
GOLD COIN FLOUR
ok n i inu, 1SOB SPRING, 1908
NOW OX DISI'LAV, Till: XKW STYLKS IX
Two and three Pieces, singlo ami double breasted in
(til the fancy coWs and new fancy shapes of the eastern
j joys' sens, aces tiiiiee to fifteen
$4 to $7.60 y
NOW OX DISPLAY,. THE NEW STYLES IN
A host of new fancy shapes, colors and designs. Featur
ing tho new Spring Patent Leather Tarn O'Shantcr
and (!olf Caps at 7.rie.
HOYS' CAPS IN ALL SIZES
35c to $1.00
NEW DOUGLAS SHOES NEW ELGIN SIIIHTS
Ufoa Railroad Avenwe ClotlhJer
ORIOLE CANNED GOODS ARE THE BEST
"'OLE I fSrf
THE BIRDSELL WAGON I
"THE WORLD'S BEST."
THE CUSHIONED DOUBLETREE SAVES THE HORSE'S SHOULDER.
113-115-117 South First Street 401-403 North First Street
Wholesal Distributers for New Mexico and Arizona.
Write for Wholesale Prices on Plows and Other Farm Implements
The largest stock west of Kansas City.
LADIES' RIDING GLOVES.
In Imrk. Guaranteed. Simon Stern,
the Railroad Avenue Clothier.
GARBAGE CANS. SEE WHITNEY
' ooooooxo aoaototototor ooo
For a moment
of YANOW, the Railroad Ave. Pawnbroker, who Is telling Diamond at
pledge prices, paying no attenjon to the recent 100 per cent raise
on them. HE INVITES INSPECTION AND COMPARISON.
INTOSH HARDWARE CO.
E. .1. POST-& COMPANY
WHOLESALE HARDWARE RETAIL
P E o w s
Y A CI O X 8
A FULL LINE OF
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and we'll i
21 5 West Railroad Ave.
E. L. WASHBURN CO.
NEW , MEXICO
119 WEST SANTA
Auto Phone, 718.
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