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ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN.
PAGE EIGHT. 8ATURDAY, MAY 6, 1906. Buy a Pair of Our Dainty Oxfords for Women They enhanco tho beauty of your nt'w dress, bring you in aciorii with llio br'fiht sunshine of sprinp, and mak you pli asod with yourself. Their cost is but small, as compared with the satisfac tion sin 1 wear they fcivo. WHITE CANVA3 OXFORDS, LEATHER HEEL LIGHT OR HEAVY SOLES. WHITE OR $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00, $2.25 LEATHER HEEL, LIGHT SOLE .. $1.25, GRAY CANVAS OXFORDS, $2.00 TAN OXFORCS. LIGHT OR EXTENSION SOLE, LOW, MEDIUM OR HIGH HEEL $1.65, $1.75, $2.25, $2.50, $3.00 BLACK VIVI KID OXFORDS, LIGHT EXTENSION SOLE, ALL STYLES ( : HEEL $1.50, $1.75, $2.25, $2.75, $3.00 BLACK GL'N METAL OXFORD, PLAIN TOE, EXTENSION SOLE -$3.50 PATENT KID OXFORD, LIGHT OR EXTENSION SOLE .$2.75, $3.00, $3.50 LOCAL AND l'ERHONAL DAY AND WEATHER. Partly cloudy tonight and Sunday, with local showers; colder tonight; cooler weather in south portion. Sunrise, 5:04; sunset, 6:49; length of day, 13 hours and 45 minutes; sun 3 minutes fast. Moon set at 3:22 this morning. Day was bright and warm, but windy and dusty after midday. ARHIVAL OF TRAINS, Follow ins wfls the 4 o'clock report of tho arrival of Santa Ke passenger trains: ' First No. 1 At t:!h P. Second No. 1 At. ID p. m. No. T At 1 1 : 50 p. in. No. S On t Inn . No. S- 7: LO p. in. No. 4 On l lino. SAUCES AND CONDIMENTS. When purchased at F. F. Trotter's grocery store, are sure to bring the right flavor to all dishes Into which they enter. This Is because we al ways procure the best manufactured. We find out first what brands are re liable and personally guarantee them. F. F. TROTTER Nos. 118 and 120 South Second street. GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD. The Hickox - Maynat d Co. V ARE EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTATIVES OF . The Gorham Manufacturing Co. Sterling Silverware. TheLlbbey Co. Artistic Cut Glass. The W. A. Plckard Hand Painted China. Each In Its class appropriate for weddings gifts. Our stock of Diamonds "Never before so complete." 'Tis a good time for Investment, as Diamonds are rapidly advancing In value, NEW MEXICO'S LEADING JEWELERS THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH SECOND STREET. Do You Use a Fountain Syringe If not, you may a little later. It will pay you to buy it from us Satur day, March 24. Remember for one day only at the following cut prices: 2- Quart Regular Price $1.0O Our Price Saturday 65d 3- Quart Regular Price $1.25 Our Price Saturday 75c 4- Quart Regular Price $1.50 Our Price Saturday 90c They are all standard quality, but we are overstocked, and must re duce the same before hot weather. Don't forget the date Saturday, March 24 and the time one day cnly. Mail orders will be accept ed at the above prices. J. H. O'RIELLYCQ, Druggists - - Barnett Building LUMBER, - CEMENT, - SASH, Doors, Glass, Paint and REX FLINTKOTE ROOFING MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED Albuquerque Lumber Co. First and Marquette, - Albuquerque, N. M. m U S JUlll J I III I I 1 THE Diamond Palace RAILROAD AVE. Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware, your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. We Invito Subscribe for the Citisen and Get the News District Clerk W. 10. Pino h;is re turned from ir business rip to Mex ico. Bert M. Casley, rcpr, - n'.iii'.? an eastern wholesale drug linn, is call ing on the trade Jn tin: northern towns. Tin) original J. Jin Hnln. from Ho- l)ken, "N. 5.." is registered at the Alvarado, but Chief PoNc. Itossi don t know it. Steve Cnnovnn, a pr--mi nt coal op erator of Gallup, is in the city on business. He will probably return west tonight. R. C. Croswell. proprietor of the leading livery stable, of Wlnslow, Ariz,, is In the city meeting witfl the Shrinors. W. I Liretherton, manager for tibe Clarkvillo Coal company, of Clark ville, McKinley county, is registered at the Alvarado. Herman Mucher, one of the dele gates named to tho Campbell Dry Farming convention at I.as Vegas, left for that city last night. George B. Shaw, representing the Kansas City Paper house, is in the city selling supplies to the local con sumers lajid retailers of paptr. Mrs. ,1. E. Smith, wife of the drug gist and insurance man of Soccoro, who has been here tbe past week vis iting Dr. and Mrs. F A. .iones, re turns home Uiis evening. O. H. Scott has Just completed a one-story stone building for J. J. Hamilton, at the corner of Atlantic avenue and Third etremt. Mr. Hamil ton has moved in and started a drug store. 1'nitod States Marshal C. M. Fora- ker and Deputy John Wiley returned last evening from Roswell, where they have been attending the sessions of the United States court, lx.'fore Judge Pope. E. J. Harwiek and family left this morning for San Francisco, where Mr. Harwiek has large interests whlcu he Is going to look after. Ho does not contemplate a return to Albu querqiro for some months. Dr. M. R. McCrory of San Marcial was In the city between trains tnis morning en route to Colfax county. where he goes to buy Angora goats. Dr. McCrory has sold his practice at San Marcial and is' going to engage In raising goats in the Nogalles moun tains. Glenville A." Collins, county as sessor of Santa Fe county, lvas gone to Texleo where, lie will make sur verys cf public lands in that vicinity. Tho work In which he will bo en gaged is that, of dividing a township in Roosevelt county into sections. He will bo absent about two weeks. Mr. Nathan, of Snn Francisco, who died at the Sisters' hospital last week, will lxs interred Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in Fairview cemetery. Services at Strong's undertaking parlors. Rabbi Kaplan will officiate. Those desiring to attend, will kindly meet at the above mentioned iplace and time. The Citizen, in Its proceedings of the territorial encampment of the New Mexico Grand Army at Iis Cruous, omitted to state that Las Vegns had been selected as tno next place of meeting. Tho dates for tho encampment will bo announced later by Cotiimandier Brunton. Mrs. l. ParlsIswNo. 1320 South Sec ond street, this city, wants Informa tion of the present whereabouts of her daughter, Mrs. C. A. Jolley, maiden name Virginia Parisis. She resided in San Francisco, and was supposed to have been In that city before and af ter tho earthquake and fire. D. MorelLl and son Tony will leave tomorrow night for New York city, and after spending a week or two in tho mctroiwlis, they will take a steamer for Italy, where they expect to remain about four months, visit ing most of the principal cities. They will mako a trip to Mt. Vesuvius U fore returning home. Mine. Helen Modjeska. who is now playing her farewell tour, and who was seen here in two performances early in the year, was in the city last evening for a short time, en route to her home near San Diego, in com pany with her husband. Mine. Mod Jeska said thnt. this, her farewell tour, was miftiiiR with moro sucefss than any of, her former tours, and that the reception accorded here were all Mat could Iia desired. A few weeks fli-'o Mrs. Seeumilna Silvn, in Tijeras canyon, suffered aj fire, 'which prricllciilly put 1T out of bus'iiH ss. Inn The Citizen learned to-! dav Hint the In ly went to work at onli , fixin-' up. preparing to meet, the wants of summer tourists, and now; any one : topping nt. her place cn gi i all kit. ils of lunches and the best of drink.-'. Mr. and Mrs. Henry h. Alell and Mrs Will 'I'liunis hav1 returned to I rln- city from Winslow, w'l-ere they titt.ndel the ball of the Ladies' aux iliary of the llrotherhood of I ocomo tive'Kngim rrs, 'held thereon Tue d.ay evening. .May 1. Th y repoil hav ing had a most, delightful time, nnd claim thai the ball was one of the larzcsl ever held in Winslow. j Thomas .T. Curran, president of the Mogollon Gold and Co;ip t" eomp'ny, which lia.-i liirge Interests in the Mo goi',;u c!i.-i i'ic:. in Grant county, has ret ui i.i'd from an extended visit to easti rn cities, win re he wml. some tinif niyi t interest capitalists in tho properties, the company of which he Is president, controls. Mr. Curran will remain in Albuquerque for some length of time. The Albuqucrtjiio district confer once, of the Metihodist Episcopal church, south, which has been in ses sion here for several days, has been extended over mi ll Monday, and the temperance ques ion has been made the or.'l r of the day for 10 o'clock a. m. The friends of temperance are cordially invited to be In attendance, and those who will, may lake part in tho discussion of the report. Mrs. W. J. Davis, of liiis city, has received information that her bro'jher, Mart H. Dice, died Thursday night, after a few days' illness with pneu monia.. Mr. Dire was purchasing agent of ihe Coalniila, & Pacific Coal company, at Saltillo, but before going to Mexico, was a conductor on the Santa Fe, running between this city and Ias Vegas. His wife was Miss Ellen Ward, of Las Vegas. Tho Citi zen extends condolence to tto be lt aved Albuquerque sister, whose husband is a linotype operator on this i a;'.er, and all othor relatives. SPRING Is the time to plant Dahlias, Tuberoses, Carinas, Glad Ions, and Pansies. We have Plants. a Dno lot q; Bulbs and IVES, thl FLO Hi ST 119 WEST 8ANTA FE AVENUE Auto. Phone 118. We're Clothes Specialists Bebber Optical Go. It3 Gold Avenue Glasses Adjusted. Eyes Tested. LENSES GROUND ON PREMISES TICKETS R OUGHT. SOLO AND EXCHANGED Association Office I Transactions Guaranteed, ROSENFIELD'S, 1 18 W. R. R. Ave. And Have a Certain Remedy lor Every Man who is sick of buying faulty garments. What have you been paying for your clothes? $30.00-$5).oi) at your tnilor's One half of that sum for "ready mades" that disappoint you after you have worn tlieui for a while? In either event you have probably found that your suit "wilted," so to speak the first damp day you wore It; that it required frequent pressing to take out the irregularities that appeared. ' The next time thnt you nro ready to buy a suit, consult us. Make it a point to buy one of our H. S. & M. SUITS. We can fit you perfectly, and what Is moro to tin! point, tho garments we sell will glvo you a maximum amount of wear, with little attention as to pressing. Why? because they aro designed .and tailored carefully and there is no Flat-Iron "dope" used In the manufacture of them. H. S. & M. SUITS, $15 TO 5C0 Tlie Sincerity Clothes Shop REGULAR 35 CENTS DINNER, ! EVERY DAY, EXCEPT SUNDAY, AT ! ZEIGER'S RESTAURANT, FROM 12 NOON TO 2 P. M. j o Subscribe for The Citizen and get me news. STERN Ufa Railroad Avctauac CloftSilep !Wfc'Vi'liXTCl Comfortable slippers and Juliettes! for women. They rest the feet and tako tho biggest part of drudgery out of ycur housework. At the 6ame time they look neat and dainty. Prices rango from $1.10 to $2. C. May's shoo store, 314 West Ilailroad ave nue. TOO LATE 10 CLARIFY WANTED A man to milk 3 cows and do light chores on ranch. See 616 South Walter street on Monday or Tuesday morning. o L.OST Pearl sunburst pin, on Coal avenue, between High and Second strenits. Return to 519 S. High street and receive reward. o Spring lamb, new potatoes, green peas, asparagus and cream plo will be a part of tho dinner bill at tho Co lumbus notel tomorrow. o Big dinner at the cents. Columbus 23 Big cents. C inner at the Columbus 25 rtall game for the ceipts Sunday, May twenty-five cents. entire- gate re 6. Admission, TONIGHT! TON IGHT1 TONIGHT! FREE LUNCH AT THE WHITE ELEPHANT. BASE BALL SUNDAY 25c. o TAXES ARE NOW DUE, AND WILL BECOME DELINQUENT ON JUNE 1. PAY THIS MONTH. o IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY- A GOOD SUNDAY DINNER, PATRON IZE THE REGULAR FIFTY-CENT SUNDAY DINNER AT ZEIGER'S RESTAURANT TOMORROW. FOR SALE. One buggy horse, harness and rub ber tired buggy. Also one good draft horse. Apply to W. W. Strong. FIND THE CHlLKtkING STORE Wherever you go, you will find the piano store that represents dicker ing & Sons to be the best place to look for pianos of less expensive grade. The namo Chlckering is In Itself almost a guarantee of that store's methods. You may safely depend upon its ndvice as to the other maRes It handles. In New Mexico the Chlck erinir Is represented solely by THE WH1TSON MUSIC CO. TAXES ARE NOW DUE. AND WILL BECOME DELINQUENT ON JUNE 1, PAY THIS MONTH. i'!'s in grand stand on Park Sunday, May YOURS FOR THE free at Trac-C. Men's Clothing Our Stein-Bloch Clothes give you fit and style. Without either, they would be a cipher. The best cloth, the best linings and silks and velvets don't make fine clothes. But mix them like the painters colors, with brains, and they take shape and grace and beauty. The Stein-Bloch tailors for fifty-one years have been using their brains in making their clothes. Suits From SI2.50 to S30.00 Full Dress Suits for Sale or For Rent TAKING- FREE LUNCH AT THE WHITE EL EPHANT. WANTED,STOR AGE. Your heating stoves stored for the Miu.iiier. J. W. MASTERS, 118 Gold Avenue. o IF YOU WANT TO ENJOY A GOOD SUNDAY DINNER, PATRON IZE THE REGULAR FIFTY-CENT SUNDAY DINNER AT ZEIGER'S RESTAURANT TOMORROW. PROSPECTIVE BUILDERS. Member. Kurek.i In the only lime in re that will not pop, crack or - r in the wall. See tbat it is fled in your contract. HAHN & CO. . o IF YOU NEED TELEPHONE C. E. 157. A CARPENTER MAPLES, BLACK TON:gHT! TONIGHT! TONIGHT! FREE LUNCH AT THE WHITE ELEPHANT. TAXES ARE NOW DUE. AND W'LL BECOME DELINQUENT ON JUNE 1. PAY THIS MONTH. -o- The Golden Rule Clothing Store The Storo for Stye, Service and Saving Rapid Setting of Men's and Youths9 Suits m V -v. ft SUITS FOR MEN AND YOUTHS. We lave placed on sale all our Men's and Youth's Suits, that sold up to $17.50, at the extra low price of $12.50 the suit. See the. big window display of these suits. The gray is tho popular color In a suit this season. We are show ing a big line of these suits, which have Just been received from the big clothing; manufacturing estab lishments of the east. Every suit guaranteed for style, workman ship and durability. FINE DRESS SHIRTS. Wo are showing an immense display of fine Dress Shirts, with and without collars. In Percales, Fancy Madras, Brllliantine and China Silk, from 75c to $4.50 each. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. In Men's Underwear, we are showing a big line from the very low price of 50c a suit, to the very finest, at $3.50 the suit. Extra good values at $1 the suit. Will ney Company rt C O c Q o O HOSE, FLORALSETS LAWN MOWERS, RE FRIGERATORS, ICE CREAM FREEZERS, BUILDERS' HARD WARE, PLUMBERS AND TINNERS, ETC. u h- t-r 3 cf 3 o CJ X 3, It 5, M Sooth First Street 40 J, 403 North First Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO S. T. VANN, 0. D. Eye Sight Specialist Glasses fitted for relief of. poor vision, headache and nervous strain. Appointments made at Vann's drug store. M0msA !' FIRST ESTABLISHED OPTICIAN IN NEW MEXICO. PRESIDENT OF NEW MEXICO OPTICAL BOARD. xxxxxxx-xxxxnxX'xxxxxxxxxxx::xxxxxi I 119 West Gold E.L WASHBURN CO. 122 Second SCREEN TIME IS COMING. Window screens, 7 cents per foot. A I nine niado door, with trimmings, r f!.25. We are making window screens all r;.sc. together, and as strong as : "r, for i cents a 'iu ire iooi. a ' ! ii'door, 2-xti-H, or L'-Si',-8, that 1 outlast any door shipped in herei 'i the cast, together with trim- for $1.25. make the reitu:.,r hop made i r. doora that have always cost, : '' .fore $2 00 to $-.'.'j:,, fur $1.10. SUPERIOR LUMEER AND ivscmTosH harovare: company Successors to E. J. POST & COMPANY Wholesale RJ1f FftDA M $fiP Wholosalo and i ctoll trtl ULL& LC fLLa and Retail REFRIGERATORS LZIZTV EUREKA COTTON !''' -1 HOSE ICE CREAM ' ; 'V) FREEZERS lt;;'';:f"Sfe RUBBER HOSE WIPE WINDOW K'liP"1 GARDENTOOLS SCREENS ' . ip; -5, SPADES, SHOVELS GALVANIZED ' i RAhES POULTRY NETTING J;U g? GARDEN BARROWS 215 West Railroad Avcnuu ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO i i M M M H M ' M PLANING MILL CO. XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX4XX