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-TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1906.
PAGE EIGHT. ALBUQUERQUE EVENING CITIZEN. Canvas Shoes For Everybody TING, DAINTY IXX)KING, 1'ISIIFECT FIT- Will J- WEARING AND SO RICED THAT TO BUY A PAIR IS I.IKE FINDING MONEY. THEY ARE Tlfh COOLEoT PROP OSITION ON THE ..MARKET. LOCAL. AND PERSONAL DAY AND WEATHER. Partly cloudy tonight and Wednes day, with local thunder storms in tne orth and east portion. Is In the city from Women's White Canvas Oxfords $1.50 Women's White Duck Ox fords 2.00 Women's Gray Oxfords and Shoes Children's White Can van Oxfords $1.10 1.25 snisBnevKKav 8AUCES AND CONDIMENTS. When purchased at F. F. Trotter' grocery store, are sure to bring the right flaror to all dishes Into which they enter. This Is because we al ways procure the best manufactured We Hnd out first what brands are re liable and personally guarantee them F. F. TROTTER No. 118 and 120 South Second street GEO. W. HICKOX. T. Y. MAYNARD DURING THE DULL SEASON IS WHEN WE HAVE THE TIME TO REPAIR YOUR WATCH OR CLOCK, AND GIVE IT THE CLOS EST AND BEST ATTENTION. RING US UP AND WE WILL CALL FOR THE CLOCK. WATCHES ENTRUSTED TO OUR CARE ARB PLACED IN i'HE VAULT EVERY NIGHT. ON WOivK FROM OUT OF TOWN, WE PAY EXPRESS CHARGES ONE WA TRY US. Ttc Hickox-Maynard Co. New Mexico's Leading Jewelers THE ARCH FRONT. SOUTH SECOND STREET. is HaMHaHaaHaHBaaaaHHBaBIBBBaHSSBSHSSBSaBBSBB I ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO. jj Fourth and Railroad Avenue II ' 11 HARDWARE. HARNESS I SADDLES CHINA GLASSWARE PLUMBING A TINNING ! ALBUQUERQUE HARDWARE GO, Fourth and Railroad Avenue "' mm THE Diamond' Palace RAILROAD AVE. Diamonds, Watohea, Jewelry, Cut Glass, Clocks, Silverware, your trade and guarantee A SQUARE DEAL. We Invite Kn-d liunlng Los Lunas. Max Khrlich. the attorney at law reported seriously III. Miss Annie Altken of Mora. N. M is spending a few days In the city. At 4 o'clock this afternoon all pas sensor trains wire rep rten on time. Harrv V Kellv. of Gross. Kelly & company. Is registered ai me Aiva- rado. James Graliani McXiiry, editor of the ls Vegas Optic, Is registered at the Alvarado. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Jaranilllo of Torreon, N. M.,-are in the city today, visiting with menus. Ir. J. Ii Kraft, the dtntlst, returnM to the city today from a pleasure trip to Chicago and New York. Mrs. H. S. Willey and daughter, Miss Elizabeth, are the guests or Santa Fe friends for the week. Joe Sheridan Is doing some account- ng worn tor a. anera, treasurer and collector for Sandoval county. H .B. Mining, city editor of ' the Morning Journal, returned this morn ing from a pleasure trip south and east. Miss Agnes Seis has returned to her home at Islet a, a'.lttr a pleasant, visit n the city with her sister. Mrs. Hrown. The California limited was three hours late today on account of being delayed by a freight derailment in Colorado. It. I). Montgomery, superintendent of time service for the Santa Fe, with headquarters at Topeka, Is registered at the Alvarado. T. Y. Manyard, watch inspector for the Santa Fe on the Rio Grande divis ion, returned this morning from a business trip to El Paso. Dr. John F. Pearce left on the flyer today f-r L,os Angeles for a week's visit to his wife and Daughter, who are spending the summer there. W. D. Murray, president of the Sil ver City National bank, came down from Santa Fe, last night, and is spending the day in Albuquerque. Mrs. Motor Llneville purchased a ticket at the local olfice this morning for Chicago. Mrs. Lineville is on her way to visit her old home in Bermuda. Train No. 22 was three hours late this morning, because It had to wait at Rincon for the Silver City train. which was delayed by the heavy rain of last night. Mrs. H. S. Lutz and children, form erly of Albuquerque, but late of Santa Fe, have gone to Berkeley, Cal., to join Mr. Lutz, who Is Berkeley agent for the Santa Fe. Don Trinidad Romero, of Estancia, returned home this morning, accom panied by his daughter, Mrs. Romero, wife of Dr. F. B. Romero, of the N. T. Armijo building. The Fraternal Order of Eagles will meet tonight. There will be initia toins and an extra lunch. Vi.sliiug brothers are invited and there Is said to be "something doing." John Burk, an employe of the Lau-try-Sharp company, and a brother of Judge W. S. Burk of this city, has gone to the Jemez Hot Springs for an outing of a couple of weeks. Mrs. Bailey Nowell Is enjoying a visit from her father, J. P. Connor, who is In the city from Santa Fe. Mr. Conner is on his way to Socorro, where he is called by mining business. Dr. U G. Rice, recently of New York City, has opened offices In the Baruett building-. Dr. Rice is a graduate of the Cornell University, and for two years was an interne at the Belie vue hospital. Mrs. Oscar Goebel of Belen, is spending the day in the metropolis, visiting aud shopping. Mrs. Goebel is accompanied by her youngest son who is having his eyes treated by a local specialist. A large crowd was present at the Elks' ball room last evening at the opening of the skating rink. An or chestra furnished music, and after tne skating session dancing was indulged in. The rink will be open every at ternoon and evening henceforth. The new residence of Victor Sals, being erected at the corner of Eighth street and New York avenue, is being nushed to completion as rapidly as possible. The structure, when finish ed. will have cost $5,000, and will be of brick, with a cement foundation. There will be big doings on Frl day night at the .storeroom on Gold avenue recently vacted by the won arch grocery store. The congregation of the Mount Olive Baptist church is going to have a barbecue there for the uurnose of raising money with which to pay off the church's debts, and Rev. J. B. Bell, missionary evan gollst for New Mexico and Arizona, Is hero helping the workers of the church In their money raising cam paign. Rev. Hell continues to draw large crowds to the revival, which is In progress at the Mount Olive Bap tist church. Miss Marjorie Galloway, daughter of Mrs. Artie Galloway, of Silver City, arrived this morning from San Marclal. to loin her sister, who is i conducting the Elite rooming house. Miss Marjorie has been the guest of Mrs. Mudge at San Marclal the past week. W. n. VV.od, county clerk of . avajo county, and HilbrooK agent for the Postal Telegraph company, is in the city for the purpose of installing in the local Indian school, the son or C. E. Cooley, a stock raiser of Ari zona, who has a Navajo squaw for a wife. Mrs. Minnie Barnes, who Is spend ing several weeks in the city demon strating the uses to which St. Charles cream may be put in cooking, is hold ing forth in the F. F. Trotter grocery store this week. On Friday Mrs. Barnes will move to the Highland grocery. The city street department has been busy all day filling up the water holes made by last night's heavy rain. Dirt and gravel were being hauled throughout the day from the mesa and dumped in tne streets ami imii-. which will verv effectually fill them up until the next rain comes. "Ten Nights In a Bur Room" was the bill at the Casino last evening, a small audience, owing to the rain, be ing present. The bill is well present ed. Uttle Trixie. as Mary Morgan, scoring an individual hit, ' as did others In the cast. The bill will be presented tonight and tomorrow night. There was an especially targe meet ing of the Fraternal Brotherhood last evening, at which time Supreme Presi dent James A. Foshay was present and made a short address to Ithe Brotherhood. Suprtme President Fos uay left today lor Raton, -where he will-visit -with the Fraternal Brother hood lodge there tonlglit, continuing on tomorrow to Canada, where he goes to attend the meeting oT the Na tional Fraternal congress. Governor Hagerman has Issued an unconditional pardon to Garland Liv ingston, of Eddy county, restoring him to full citizenship. Livingston was ( sent up for two and one-half years for stealing a horse, and "the pardon was Issued before he was Incarcer ated in the penitentiary, the reasons given in the pardon document being as follows: "Because in a review of the case by the supreme court, two Judges dissented and three assented; because a petition signed by many Eddy county citizens and by eight of the twelve jurors who found Living ston guilty, recommending his par don; because the presiding judge nnd prosecuting attorney said a pardon would be satisfactory to them; be cause previous to the present charge. Livingston had borne a good reputa tion. On Display and Sale This Week Only 00 Dozen Neckties Bought by Simon Stern in New York City last week And conceded by him to be the rarest bargain in ties he has ever bought. The lot includes values as high as $J.00. All the patterns are new and all the styles the very latest. These four in hand ties on sale now at t $ J.O0 Bow Ties & String Ties worth 25c each 2 For The Railroad Avenue IBM Clothier A pair of new laces will improve the looks of your shoes -wonderfully Black, white or tan from 2 to 25c a pair. C. May s shoe store, 314 West Railroad avenue. APPLES WITH NO SEED! NO CORE1 TREES FOR SALE. N. W LGER. 124 SOUTH WALTER ST, LBUQUERQUE. The Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. ash Clearance Sale oegins Thursday. August Dtn. Great bargains to be had Women s Ready-to-Wear Gar ments. Read our large two-page ad this paper tomorrow and see the bargains In Women's Suits, Skirts and Waisis. Money Talks. LBUQULHQUE BOWLING ALLEYS 118 West Gold Avenue. Enter the competitive high score contest, t rlzes awarued August 20 to highest rollers. The Martha Society of the Luth eran church will hold their coffee at the home of Mrs. Stripe, 336 South Broadway, on Wednesday afternoon "The Store That Does Things." Our Cash Clearance Sale begins Thursday, August 9th. If you want genuine bargains l:i silks, dress goods, linens, wash goods, etc., why come to this sale. You will not be disappoint ed at the Golden Rule Dry Goods Co. The Last Week of Our GREAT CLEARANCE SALE Boys' Wash Suits Only SI. CO Boys' Khaki Sailor Suits Just the thing for vacation only 75c. Worth $1.50 1 19 Weet Cold CALL AND SEE THEM E. L. WASHBURN CO. "THE SPECIAL SALE THAT COUNTS." NEW STORE NEW GOODS NEW PRICES I I Raafee & Mattge? IB North first Street, between Railroad and Copper Automatic Phone B46 Colorado, Black 101 Hardware, Ranch Supplies, Crockery L We have made a large purchase of a superior grade of Enamelware, including the largest line and variety of Preserving Pots and Kettles Agents for Celebrated Diamond Edge Tools and Cutlery The proper place to spend your af ternoons and evenings, The Skating Rink, Second floor of Elks' building. o THE MAZE. t Whitney Company Alaska Refrigerators, White Mountain Freezers, Blue Flame Oil Stoves, Gasoline Stoves. Lawn and Garden Tools Lap robes 75c to 85c Buggy whips 10c to 65c Harness oil luc Harness dressing 25c Carriage top dressng 25c Boston coach oil 20c and 35c Hoof oil 20c Coil leather washers 05c Quart bottle linseed oil 25c Gallon can Ruddy Harvester oil.. 70c cans of carriage grease Z&c Steel wagon Jacks $1.65 THE MAZE. Wm. Kleke, Prop. IMPORTED MUNCHEN HOF BRAU, ON DRAUGHT, AT THE WHITE ELEPHANT. A NEW SHOW EVERY WEEK. Manager Davis, of the Penny Par lor, 216V4 South Second street, an nounces a change or program, new pictures and new songs every Satur day morning. A whole show for a penny. BIDS FOR PRIVILEGES Sealed bids will be received by the manager of the Territorial Fair at hU oBlce, Room 11, Grant block, up to and including August 15th, for all conces sions mid privileges, both at the fair grounds and the new town. This In cludes bar privileges at fair grounds. P. F. McCANNA. Manager. Wholesale Distributers: McCormick Mowers, Rakes and Har vesting Machinery. Birdsell Wagons, Mead Hay Presses. Winchester Rifles, Shot Guns and Ammunition. U3, ft 5, 117 South First Sireet 401, 403 NorthlFirst Street ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO XXXXXXXXXXX-XXxXXXxxx . 2Z . m. Second Admission free afternoons; evenings 15 cents, at Skating Rink. o FEE'S GOOD COLD ROOT BEER. WALTON'S DRUG STORE. We do it right. Imperial I-aundry Co. ROUGH DRY, R.R. MclNTOSH HARDWARE COMPANY Successors to E. J. POST & COMFANY Sole Agents tor the BURLINGTON OUTING BASKETS coooccoococoo See Display 1IT OurWindow ' CoinjtAjInienl f f TICKETS BOUGHT. SOLD AND EXCHANGED Annotation Office Transactions ALBUQUERQUE, 215 West Rallroao Avenue NEW MEXICO I 1 i H M M M 4 Guarantied ROSMFIEID'S, 1 18 W. R. R. At), i xix.xxi.xxiii.xii-xxxx.xxxxxxxxx.jiii C2B